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

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"ONE MUST CHANGE ONE'S TACTICS EVERY TEN YEARS IF ONE WISHES TO MAINTAIN ONE'S SUPERIORITY." -NAPOLEON I EL TESORO ARAGON HIGH VOLUME 10 SAN MATEO, CAL. mix? 5 M L 11 7 Ni 5 ' ' 1 " 9 5551 'mis gf We af' Tffliiaww vG3?gQnK -WMSEQWN i fem: bi w1wh5 Wvg3.iFQa N,iyf' fmiiffiwu 4fg?3??g 'A": MTE 5iggQ5,g,,m,. Q, ig f ,f liz 'Vg Lf Mi AW ,iig'm?h??gi?5iiiil'Ii' at 5 K Vkjy , y, in ., 3 AGON1961 R . AA BEGINNING" W WWW mm' I 1961 1961 1966 1970 1967 "We shall all be changed, In a moment, In the twinkling of an eye. " --I Cor. 15 "It is sufficiently clear that all things are changed and nothing really persists, and the sum of the matter remains absolutely My ag , ji ' '-" ,, ,AQ the " yiaa "Bacon it 9' Q :-'tQ 'tir Ya, it Zi-tif: 1970 .If wif. E . 5 WHRQH Halal 2 1 X ,E 1315! A fi Q , -i ,':' , Ai ya ' , 9 9 A '--mi5k:'i"P'! Tv g W' 9 - ' 1 , . a ' E l n i XZ' V 1970 1966 641-"!"',i 'K H ,. ,,,,MWm it M f "'----..,. 1968 A 4 ul -nu, Jie-e-mu' xg Ina. RQ F2 1 . r 1 all . it til A 1968 "They must often change who could be constant in happiness or wisdom. " - - C onfuc ius ,..,-.. --1'-1' f - .. , ..,, ..1aMm,i,.,,v.-M ,, N'-.c 1970 1...m ARAGGN 1971 "Progress is impossible without changeg and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything." - -George Bernard Shaw , W ifiy' .fm ,Mg wg 'T' is 111 H x W I if 'W I' P iffy g Ky .X, Q gg F v as 2 1 ' L W, W, v M 'Q A if jk W -f 1 1 x, 'Rf- "Times change and we change with them. " --Holinshed my Wim a 2 1? " Eidmrtg "This doth fit the time. " --Shakespeare 8 W U , 'WQMIQW , :Q :Si :V Y V Vkvq ' jf! , fm, Q TL! Y ssnwasmx, 'WL 1 3 486 K' " ei, Qin, " fl "' ' 5, :,, ' if , m A , f , ffwwmmy W , . , SL a 1? K 1968 "EZ2. ff?f Dhone I 1971 "People themselves alter so much that there 1971 is something new to be observed in them forever. " - -jane Austin ll BASEBALL X969-70 Wlmlty Ba5aXoaXX HNYETBAU. 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My NMA V K-as , ia, , I - 1 A ww, Q 't4U4"rv. x lvl. 1' " ,Q , Y s 9 . rece 4 4 1 ' ' f- L L' A. ...dn so W 4 and ,T as ..K, I, , N 3 na. 2 if 5 is 2 I if 4 we g A. 24 R Q K My as td ' uf ,,fp,,Lf5,,,i,,,gls,,-ww4N,v: 'L fa-4. k -'V " -A-y --W4-Q, .V Y' 1962 Q ,, Aragon's Girls Swim Team has remained undefeated throughout the schoo1's ten-year history, with the exception of one unsuccessful meet. The secret of success IS constancy to purpose." "Success, remember, is the reward of toil. " Dlsraeli --Sophocles llll-nll..1l-XIII.-xrunnn-....-. ,. X 'Q Senior Bow Day 1961-1967 Varsity Cheerleaders - 1961 Hr F4 Qf f my ' I4 1964 "Time it Was, And what a time it wa It was . . . A time of innocence, S, A time of confidences. :" S Long ago . . . it must be . . I have a photograph. Preserve your memoriesg They're all that's left you. " - -Simon 81 Garfunkel """""++w-MW W., i fame we an ji-it W u -i-' W! if X M , Nw f, i fiwvglhlll M ' Xa a l MW. Q l af . fa f 'fr "af,-if-alw wi- H Y ., XMI his Marching Band 1961-1968 'I Q It I., II If T I s S . 1...-. fx- I . ,,,,,,Y -rrfr . +nng!!a!! E I i .rp X I ' F I, ff? I I ,E H , E ff If 5? E32 SRE' W ..,, ' 1.1 x , , ,,l96l ..-wp-life 'ffl 'ff if Tiki gg,ggggggsas?asaasa "TIME, TIME, TIME, SEE WHAT'S BECOME OF ME WHILE I LOOKED AROUND FOR MY POSSI- BILITIES. I WAS SO HARD TO PLEASE." -SIMON 84 GARFUNKEL Memories of Past Presidents . . . When Aragon was only a growing skeleton of steel and concrete, one of my friends jokingly bet me Iwould not run for Student Body President. Itook up the bet without giving it any serious thought. But the closer elections came, the more seriously Itook the joke. I began thinking that if I really wanted to be president, and if I worked hard enough, I had as much chance as anyone. Iworked, and the joke changed into reality. I had become Aragon's first Student Body President. I enjoyed the job so much that when Iwas a senior, I again wanted to be Aragon's student leader. I now realized that I had a talent for public speaking, that I had a way of conveying sincerity, and hon- esty to others, and that I thoroughly enjoyed the competition of elections. The competition was stiff. My victory was not easy, but my greatest desire was successful, to be the Student Body President of Aragon's first graduating class. Looking back I can see that high school changed me. The friendly joke was a stepping stone. High school was an awakening period. I discovered desires and talents that I had not realized I possessed. I knew that if I wanted to be something different, or wanted to change my personality I could. I knew I could be who and what I wanted to be. Now time has changed me. I feel myself becoming older. It's odd, because to me I'm still that "crazy guy who drives to school in the old Model 'A' dump truck. " Ihave grown older because I have had to accept responsibility. Responsibility, that nasty word that people nag and threaten you with, does not just happen. Responsibilities are accrued with desires. Marriage has brought responsibility, so have children, the service, my job, and most important of all happiness. Because of responsibilities we are forced to grow up. We have to adapt to new situations. We are constantly changing. Aragon was my first introduction to responsibilities. I have been accumulating them ever since. I have graduated and I have changed. I have reached some of my goals, and others are still far off in the haze of the future. Aragon was my beginning. Running for president kindled my desire to be the best in whatever I do. I am constantly trying to develop my abilities. I'm grateful to Aragon for the opportunities it offered me. I am still on my way to my future, growing, expanding, changing, and always striving to improve. Thank you for the challenge, Aragon, and good luck to you, your students, and your dedicated faculty. --Clifford R. Glidden You asked for memories from high school. Unfortunately, memories are sometimes trite and sometimes hard to enjoy for anyone except those persons who experienced them. You asked how Aragon helped me. I would say that I might not have made it through college and might not have advanced as far in the military and civilian business Worlds if I didn't have the experience of having the teachers of Aragon for my high school education. The teachers there can relate to students a wealth of experience far beyond the minimum curric- ulum requirements. If there were one thing that I would say to high school students today, it would be that they should talk to their teachers. Teachers have a wealth of information to give to those who have the interest. - -John F. Coltart john Coltart Bryan King I I Mr. Rittenour's timeless "Good morning, I your morning announcements". . . Mr. Bell's exercises in pantomime . . . Early morning Practice in verbosity at Executive Board meet- I ings . . . Yes, my memories of Aragon are vivid and my experiences were, on the whole, pleasurable. But I cannot honestly impute great I significance to my four years at the Don-dom. I think that our personalities are largely de- termined by our earlier years and our world views by our later ones. Aragon was to me as a pleasant pause in a journey: one that offered some trees to scale and some to fall from--a last resting place before We move out to find-or make-our place in the World. I As Robert Frost Wrote: The Woods are lovely dark and deep, But I have promises to keep And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. - - Bryan King 1963 1971 .,,. i'ti1i f fif . I ,iuwwlwvllfl XJ KW WW wx ,wlienwwf ,, , " lull' 1 we li lll lwlfle, wx Jwvll l ' l l llll lwul,,.1,,,, 1 . H an 2 , ,ll X l ll is.. ii' . V we Wfxlw. W35il:ll in w r, f t 'iyl,,.93a, ,al Q., will V " will rw lwlsiilwrwltllllifwlwl yi " li ,N if ' W ' 'li lnafwa. llWNlfwil.l,,i ' J:"liWllwuiwili' fl:'!Q1 .i'frM,: +w.w'lww "A' ' ' W " VW " ll Aragon was a part " ' of my life, a four -ww' 1,149-N F -um ' .Q fi . , ,- - -5453 JA.-21:9 + ef year piece. I can now look into the past and see myself as a person who ,,or r rew a reat deal ? i it g g SJ' but also a person who has a deal more to grow. You will find contradictions to days gone but one A if. .' f -A ,M M. ,uw ll, in ' x 'll fly gp K, My 'X i mma Mill' W il .30 ' W W1 My l ve-MW lt., w w in .lv x-:1 frlnt,t 'il ,. ' W' ',uv,'WF'liil -ulftjy 'villain ww if SW i ' Q, ll i v Q3 Qi, W' 2 3 w.- ml A M vi h W. Mlm Q25 terday for today 1970 can not reject yes- becomes yesterday, as does tomorrow. Get it on! Today everyday. Peace. --George Eisenberg 1965 When l remember Aragon, I am deeply dissatisfied, even angry. lronically enough, I am perhaps most dissatisfied about the fact that lwas once student body president, for I currently see that "achievement" as a symbol of what l now reject about my growing- up-in-America. To be sure, l am most angry at my- self, for more sensitive souls would not have been caught up as long as I was in the fundamentally un- critical process which was my high school experience. However, my dissatisfaction must extend to that basically uncritical process, itself. Aragon: an un- critical process? For me, yes. CThere may have been teachers during my years at Aragon who were encouraging radical questioning of commonly accept- ed social values and of the nature of education, itself Q l only regret that Iwas so oblivious to what they may have been saying. J Aragon did not really help me to see the bloodshed, agony and stupidity in the worldg Aragon rather helped to program meytoward what our society labels. 7'nuccess", which seems, always achieved at the ,expense both of othenfrnenf and of one's own human realization. Todayyl non-violent revolutionary, 5 refusing to cooperate, the draft, refusinglto pay war-related taxes, in a community dedicated to fworking for truly QZBVQ-fi lutionary social change. Only indirectly--perhaps way of reaction--did Aragon help me to be what now. But perhaps things are different now at I hope so. p -p X L If I may use the vernacular of the day, Iwould say that high school for me was a very straight experience. The highlights of the year were always the evening ball games and dances like the Grid Classic or Senior Ball. We went to class most always and listened to KYA at one hundred decibels whenever we could. Our daily routine was occasionally spiced by a class prank. I must confess however that my time was used more to prepare for college than to live and enjoy each moment. I say that somewhat regret- tably since I am sure that drinking beer with my buddies in the bushes would have been more fun than studying evenings. In fact, as a senior, I began to fear that I had thrown the four most carefree years of my life into the library and had shut the door on better things. And yet I have no real regrets. I have found since then that almost no time was ever wasted studying. I am frustrated now by being unable to learn fast enough to keep pace with my inter- ests. I appreciate Aragon now as a place where Iwas able to learn, for one reason or another, at a time when Iwas not smart enough to see myself the value of my own education. I hope that students today are taking advantage of the new scheduling to explore and develop their talents and interests. I fear however that they are revelling in newly found freedom, as I once longed to do, but fortuitously never did. - - Bruce Allen . 965W I remember once trying to describe the phenom- enon of American High School, and especially Aragon High School, to a group of Turkish stu- dents while waiting for a ferry to Rhodes from the Turkish mainland. After a bit of reflexion, I remarked that High School was for us a sort of market place of ideas and center for development in a miniature model of our particular civic culture. We readily assume roles, work with others, and even come to have an appreciation of literature and scholastical material in High Schoolg but the main function of our public high schools seems to be the development of a struc- ture within which the many segments of our society can meet, interact, compete, develop, and enjoy each other. I remember High School as four years of in- volved "residence" at an institution which served as a center for encounter of different elements, a sometimes stage or market place where ideas were traded and roles acted out in a structural model of our society. Aragon was a place to make friends, experience a certain amount of civic oriented life, gain an introduction to the world of learning, and develop as a person be- fore being booted out into the world to find a place in society and to begin a more specialised role. --Randy Linehan j 1967 7 jg a. tif '. I7 K W V 3 W. ,N fYvwjwi'ivjf3-5? 4' M ii i I I I it "M, - I " all Y ll I Wim.. it miwn""""" ll 1971 5 3 fi K . S, ,K M. A1971 ji A high school is a testing ground for ideas, along with a training ground aimed at perfecting the pres entation of these ideas. But this could describe any educational unit. But in high school there is a pres- ence of blissful security and friendship which are the natural product of the system. The faculty and students are on a closer relationship which makes the exchange of ideas a pleasure, not a chore. High school is the place where you should get involved in as much as you can, realizing that this involvement is on a limited scale. Try to better understand what A 6 Aw is present around you. Become aware of the vastness of possible educational endeavors. Aragon was my it high school. I enjoyed my four years. I hope all the things offered to me are still available to the student seeking an exciting four years at Aragon. '55 --Hugh S. Robertson III '35 Studying at: University of Stockholm Advanced Institude of Glacier Studies Cultural Geography Major He writes his family: I am now writing my thesis on rock and soil erosion. I have spent many hours in the Archives of the Royal Academy studying maps from the 18th Century and comparing them to new flight-photography maps. We have just completed a study of hydrology in connection with water power in northern Norway. 1967 I imagine this must seem strange to you to see that I am so involved with science and technology after my interest in English and Humanities at Aragon. How- ever, directions can be changed at any time if the basis for study is broad and sound enough. - -Bruce j. Mayor Although I am only two years removed from Aragon, it seems I could be no further away from my high school days than I am at the present--separated by thousands of miles and years of tradition in Wien, Austria. This distance quickly diminishes whenl think of my Aragon years. Aragon was an experience in learning, maturation and friendship from the time I entered in 1965 to the time I left in 1969. Aragon did most of its growing during this time and being a part of this maturation was what I remember most. My class was fortunate to experience high school at its dynamic best--from the typical six period per day school to the atypical and much more progressive system of modular scheduling. One only attends high school once. The more diverse his exper- iences are the more prepared he is for future endeavors. I thank Aragon for this diversity. 20 --Bob Burmeister lt is as senseless to revel in the nostalgia of bygone days, as it is to predict the future of a decadent and outvvorn institution. All those who would seek to remodel our dead educational system without attempting to breathe new life into its basic concepts and idealogies are doomed to failure. The role of education in America must be reexamined. The smooth running of our educational system presupposes acquiesence to the rules, regulations, and idealogies of the system. How long can students and teachers alike continue to be manufactured products, churned out by a dead institution as trained recruits, ready to take their place in the "norm" of society. Students have already cried out for Free Speech. Achieving that, they have cried out against a long list of ills in our society and in the world. This was all valid and all very necessary. But now we find that everyone knows what the problems are, although nobody really knows how to instigate the necessary reforms. This has produced a two fold phenomenon with great ramifications. First, students have been left with a feeling of impotence. The ramifications of this have either been to increase the intensity of their frustration--resulting in mass indiscriminate violence, or an almost manic depression--evidenced by completely dropping out. Perhaps the more sensible students have realized that the only way to overcome this feeling of impotence is to become better equipped as individuals, to develop their higher senses, to express their creative and spiritual individuality, to sharpen their intellect, and then, once prepared, work productively for those changes and reforms which are so necessary. It is my personal opinion that the first and most important reform must be in education. This is primarily where my efforts at Aragon were devoted. Unfortunately, not much was accomplished, both because of a passive student body, and a long history of rules, regulations and idealogy which went far beyond the grasp of a few inarticulate, intellectually inept students at Aragon High School. But it was a start, and it shall continue. Students are crying now not just for Free Speech, but for freedom. Academic freedom. Creative freedom. Spiritual Freedom. The freedom of joy, of life. There is now a strong social consciousness present among students in America. Hopefully, it will be strong enough to show the people of America not only where they have gone wrong, but also, to help rebuild that which is now decadent or destroyed. But students must also realize that a strong social consciousness is totally without value unless it is accompanied by an individual or inner consciousness. It is relatively easy to change the world, it is not so easy to change yourself. The most difficult work we can do is to develop our inner selves. "What would it profit a man to gain the world, but to lose his own soul?" Peace in the world will only come when there is peace within ourselves. This is the role of modern education. This is our challenge. --Bruce Bendure Being out of Aragon for only three months I cannot say what my one impression of high school is. That impression may begin to come only when I've had 1970 enough time and gain enough wisdom to bring together and evaluate the many memories of high school. I sadly suspect, though, that when the time does come when I will be able to say what high school meant to me, I will View it A as a nearly tragic misuse of four years. I had as much tif not morel fun than I I anybody else and I don't mean to say that I didn't learn anything, it is just a pity that so little of that fun and learning took place in the school itself. I'm tl afraid that I'll view the lack of challenge and compassion tin the curriculum, not the facultyb as perhaps the most serious shortcoming of my four years. I'll probably see high school as having done an admirable job in preparing me for college but as having done little to prepare me for living. Despite the poor impression of my high school years I am sure that I will be thankful for the opportunity to have gone to Aragon. At Aragon there were people who recognized that education must change and who were doing something to change it. When Iwas there, Aragon was some distance ahead of a system that was miles behind. Hopefully the community will allow these people to continue the change that may bring Aragon closer to a place that will make people not only better students but, possibly, better people. --Doug Kaplan One of the more important things my experience at Aragon taught me was society's law of selection: it's not survival of the fittest but rather those who fit! Four years at Aragon Sr now one year at UCSB have attested to the validity of this idea. Peace gl whatever , --Rocky Mills 5 fm Q1 if xi Njxw-.,? I Q ff 5 A A kjwi 5? s an ',,,,,,,,, , Q . ,,..,,.,.,...-n-K E U4 H Q 4 1 N pw.. V f I 9 sl" sHouLn AU LD ACQUAINTANCE BE FoRooT. .. one: two: four: rfb Ben Denton joseph Leddy Virginia Meding Richard Bell Norman Arslan Robert Brandeberry Harold Bowman Helen Studebaker Audrey Harrison jean Clarke Arthur Pettinicchi Harold Fearon jack Lee Kenneth Allen brrnond Heacock jack Shackleton Robert Rittenour Harry Therkelsen William Larson Earl Connolley John Mahaffy Henry Warner Charles Bennett Harry Egan not pictured: Greta Ahlvin Cherryl Anderson Helen Brown Roger Cantaloube Manuel Continho jean Glover Robert Knees Audra Longley Downing McKee Herman Nadwornick james Price Helmut Seifert Wayne Taylor The staff of the E1 Tesoro is proud to dedicate its 1971 edition to the dedicated staff who have been at Aragon Since its opening in Ianuary, 1961. W "One change always leaves the way prepared for the introduction of another. 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A Y ,A K -,Agri-. y AQ ,ffm f nw, wi wwf ' N A . gQW,f"m"524v, f ,,,:1:x L' "3 . -, A, .sf . 1 69? .A Ms- , A , , lp , - f mpg. in s,3f,1rYf':L- , V .qgy f,fgf'3-fm, A ,yu ,z f' 7 ,W-.,,m, H- 'rv 4 ff N- 4'-+V Aww 'Riff :- 1 '.Nf'Q+Ew??N,F:y",' 5.-lk, 'gg H.1',z,1i 1: f,i','?U. "Ha "'i'if':",.4.' ,751 l..'5E' ' J- 3305+ ' gQ,.!,-' gg! :gif 1 ,f ., X: - ,.g3.gf. jx. .Sl ..5:,'.,f pity, 1' ' -,. -Y , . ,cz v"f"'. 315.455, ,Q ,-.' -gg-Q2 I Tm.. 3- 'T 4 A if M ,.'J,-Q-'zrwf-' 21147 1 A' ' J if - W1 " V' f'1f:f,'f""4'. i'L:X5gZ!1s411?f'x f?59':,3-ww Y m,4v'i2'g1,p,f IJ. Q. YQ' I- as R,, ,Q-:1Y.g,f4,L K W fr V f, 5: ,I ,f ' gfgx, 'i5..,Jn.,. 1 ,my " A 1 My "gaiQ.Q"1" 'n f- gf., 1,31 ,-vi- fy., ,Q 5 W' fr ',f'iif?i,q3,f-Ky .Y . 'QQ Z' ?': -'tiifp-,,ff'5 ,ffff".'1'57 nfimwg 5:ff.1'f13Q5?'f3 ' 'ei izfi?-mmf,:f..f.w' 15m,w 'ff,fff w+'f"fw": Q EREEDOM SAD E95 AND PARTING i,1w-M25 ilswwg, ., K, if , ,W .,,., A, ,ff . 5 -. M V. , ,. K V , ., Jkiqn 'As Q . X if x 'if f 7 I M . Q... , 1 9 W W " .f 2 , ' 4 iff? X . V P, vQ.'!K'1j-12"'ff"'f, qw-1 I ' , ,,.,,. ,.,, , Q M.-f.,,..,. N-WA. 15 MW-W , W.,.,gV Q ,H M f-w.M,.N. G ' lu if Student government's role should be that of a body repre- senting the students to the ad- ministration and the community, and to carry out Worthwhile ac- tivities for the students. lf the students get behind and support student government, it can then carry out these functions effectively. Bill Cassada, Student Body President above: Bill Cassada, Student Body President Commissioners: Steve Godwin and Patty Martinelli-Student Involvementg Lori Silverstein-Silver Swordg Tom Flavin- Publicityg Val Ferguson-Rallyg Tim Hau-Human Relations, Tracy Gerber-Publicity, Bruce COX-Orientation, not pictured: Bill Lewis-Rallyg Marc Dummit-Foodg and Fred Bongard-Better Government. r45 . , A ' a . rf ..- n if FALL STUDE TGGVER ME T Student government has gone through cer- tain changes this semester that are meant to improve its workings. Due to the ina- bility of getting a quorum last year, stu- dent government this year is made up of the executive board and a reg. room rep- resentative. Due to this semester's legis- lation, a new change that will go in effect g if iff? 4, 'K mf We MS? tt.' 'J-'5'f'5 -5 g . S V. 8 U next year will be the election of the Pres. M5703 for a full year term. Innovations this year f i e p jfglfg g' are student discounts at San Mateo stores Q f gg, "i l for students owning a student body card, if Q, get X the formation of a student store, a re- 5 'Q-if -L 'Q 4 drawing of the contract between the vend- gif' e t, N Q ing machine company and the students, ggi, 9' iri i W ,.:,, and complete student control over the H Q budget. y l f L, fi i 'T' below: Molly Newlon, Secretary , if M L A A , J i itsl i ff' ZF- l 5 Q' 552 " If fi'1 tiff: , f 2 -- y ' ' ,T , -L f i ' I, I J . ,. ,Q it, my , eva? ,, 5 l --.,': A' v Q, I K "Y It- Zvi i, f i-'T 'Xl' above: Mike Anderson, Treasurer below: Allen Becker, Vice President 3 V' , " ' ,.. if " V fill i Q FW , M tff, M ,W A A A V L, A 2 wfa55Sf1if,3"'i'tasfgueisQfg it I ' F LL CLASS CFFICERS 1970 The main goal during my term was the raising of funds for the class treasury. Our planned fund raising activities included concession stands at football games, a candy apple sale and a Fun-Nite. Many thanks to all those students who were will ing to help their class. Randy Fong, junior Class President rightg Diane Yamauchi-Vice President Pam Ward-Elected Representative, Alison Cohen-Secretaryffreasurer, Randy Fong President The main objective for the freshman class was to unite all the freshmen in our class. We also wanted to get acquainted with the new people and ideas here at Aragon. We hoped to accomplish this goal as soon as possible so that all freshmen would enjoy their remaining years here at Aragon. Donald Higashioka, Freshmen Class President rightg Kandy Kane-Treasurer Donald I-Iigashioka-President Connie Cummings-Secretary Andrea Zigman-Vice Presi- dent. not pictured: Eileen Him-Elected Representative The goal of the Sophomore class this semester Was to try to bring the students of the school closer together through our various activities. We felt that if We could get the student body together, the feeling of school spirit that has been lacking in the past few years would be promoted. Bruce Cox, Sophomore Class President rightg joey Brandstetter-Vice President, Cary Yamauchi-Secretary!Treasurer. not picturedg Bruce Cox-President and Chris Kohlbry-hlected Representative During my term as senior class president, our activities were quite successful, but I feel that most of the credit goes to the spirit and unity of the class of '71 itself. This year's senior class was fortunate enough to have reserved a night at Disneyland for our Grad Nite, and because of this the rest of our year's activities were directed towards the raising of funds for the trip. Shelly Cerasaro, Senior Class President right: Tori Keizer-Vice President, Shelly Cerasaro-President, Janet Gabrie1-Secre- taryfTreasurer, Ruth Allen-Elected Rep- res entative . FDREIGN STUDENTS Youth For Understanding has a student from Denmark, who goes by the name of Henrik Christensen. Henrik is enthused by the number of activities that the average American can do outside of home and school. However he does feel that Americans have three very immediate prob- lems: those of internal violence, the war in Indo- china, and the overwhelming pollution. "They must be solved in that order, for one feeds into the other. " When asked about Denmark, Henrik re- fused to answer because of the unfairness of com- paring it with the United States due to the differ- ences in customs, population and the sizes of the countries. "I appreciate the American school sys- tem, especially flexible scheduling, not because it is easier to study but because it is better for communication between students and teachers. " Finally, he wanted to thank the teachers for the time spent in helping him understand his courses. B145 International Christian Youth Exchange is spon- soring a student from Hong Kong - Tim Hau. The school Tim came from is liberal by Hong Kong , standards but conservative compared to Aragon. Tim loves flexible scheduling because "commun- ications between students and faculty are close. " Advocating the ideas of free speech and the system of democracy, Tim does not like the racial discrimination and the high cost of living. An official photographer for the El Tersoro, Tim contributes to Aragon's school spirit. Interested in Math, he goes to after-school Math contests and attempts to tutor those who need help in Math. Tim plans to return to Hong Kong, make a detailed study of the differences between the kg United States and Hong Kong, and then come back to the Americas to attend a university. Being the elected vice-president of the Human Relations Committee, Tim could be well quali- fied to do this. , 4'1-t........ i we w elf' -1' AX Q YJ Y 39' gg ii' '-Ast it ff Ig, ttfffp 3 1, ,SW Mm,A. Zsvf. H' 'fi ew' . -.E,."f: :? f I ikfhif' zfjgi ' PE' I . if'-S . l x . :gi , if " ii, K .wJQR,3r53,,f MW-I --jg,jf- Q G L we A rt fa ,h -Q, . ,,,,.M,L, ,,, ., mf .I Q' - M ,WW .V I ' I ... E 1 ,ng ,H f Lmk' istaanifsrslfv iw? Q 'f aff Qu ' rhqfr "?'ff-fi we . , jpg, fi, . ,fr "What it means to be an 'I. C. Y. E. Exchange Student' There are no words to say it . . . It is a discovery of people, a discovery of myself I learned to say: 'Friend, wake up . . . open your eyes . . . I didn t know you were sleep- ing. . .' Aragon is the most fantastic school I ever knew. It is a wonderful experience. I am very happy to know you and I shall remember you. Shalom-Peace-Paix-and people 'let the sun shine in . . . the world. " --Helene Germa1n WE? Mr. Kersnar, Heather and jane Hunt .Am f, i '1 Y vii , E I . wan.. 3 ,VM N My Bill Vorce, Dai Crisp and Harold Spice III 36 Mrs. Knight Mr. Leddy and Latin students Ei S X Demse Delorme I , .fa Vi AUTUMN CASUALS S teve G andolfo ,X X in! f-'wi S J, is L f i 2' i s :.. yzu' , - ,:.- A E L-'L iiij it if fx J is vxhrx ifiw E ' ce Scien Q ,MW ,.V.::,, ,V i lf C 2 iilyge I - I - 1 1 E SCIENCE Q1 to TJ FOR, LANG. fl to rj MATH fl to rj SGC. SCI. Q1 to rj ENGLISH Q1 to rj I Dave Wee Qsupj Travis Craig Qsupj Eileen Costello Travis Craig Eileen Costello fsupj Travis Craig Liz Wolfe Bob Weiss Qsupl Dave Wee Qsupy Laura Merlo Norman Landes john Rosenberg Qsupj Mark Nagumo fsupj Jeff Brouws Katie Voice Alison Cohen joel Greene Carole Grannis Martha johnson Don Coppock Robert Kirchner Qsupj Sharon Plumley Mark Pasternak Mark Nagumo Martha johnson Sam Hasegawa Gregg Harvey Travis Craig Wynne Prindle Carole Grannis Mark Nixon Qsupj Eileen Costello Qsupj Chris Aoki Laura Merlo Qsupj Richard Troeger not pic: Tom Earnest not pic: not pic: Dave Chin HOT: pic: Sally Vaughn fsupj Dave Chin Marc Dummit Qsupj john Sheehan fsupj Marc Dummit Mark Nagumo Matt Pavone john Sheehan Qsupj 1 i iiii 1 gm S.., Foreign Language C2 cfm q:mi'!xi'1U U 4.1M i U00 SOTROS , C 0 m f Representatives to and Girl State: T Craig and Shelley Cerasaio A mwyww . above: Q1 to rj janet Fohner, Sue Engman, Marcia Drucker, Sally Vaughn, joan Taber, Casey Carhart, Bill Lewis, Kurt Peterson, Greg Sylvester, Ken Evans, Laura Sangmaster, Mr. Mast. Not pictured: jim Brown, Nancy Nolte, Pat Dillon, Lilita Cohen, Fred Bongard. below: Casey Carhart, Marcia Drucker, joan Taber, Mr. Mast, Ken Evans, Greg Sylvester. 'Q . 4 ' B .150 I ,QQ ,aa W4 l S ,sf , 5 rag 3 A. 5 fe Li ' :M- ff, f 4-- 0 0 is iw 2, H , 'fq .ff E 2 K Q' a Jil , A . ggi? 52, Z, A . 'E is ff ' ff? We Q 5' 'Q it Q? . ,. ,L ' 4 Y' ws S W ' QL "Aragon's newspaper, the ARISTO- CRAT, is designed to inform the total school community about stu- dent, faculty, and classroom activities. We are avoiding Writing that which has news interest for only a small minority. --Mr. Lloyd Mast left: Mr. Mast and Sally Vaughn. below left: Sue Engrnan and Ken Evans. EL TESORG 1 T. 2, I fb: 'N-'Z , , 431,-f ....f-"di liz Wolfe and Carole Grannis, Editors Glimpses of the past often help to illuminate the future and, hopefully, this tenth anniversary edition of the EL TESORO will give Aragon's staff and student body some perspective on the decade of change that has been Aragon's story up to the present, and this insight will allow those concerned to draw their own conclusions as to the next ten years of Aragon's existence. --Mr. Robert Parker 42 N Mwisiw jane Galbrait Jeff sun !' I Y 43.15 riff' Qi if 5 zgagff .f,- f Q 417 Q' 'Z I .,h, fin 4 1ery1I-loo, and julie Ilgenfritz Mr. Parker, Advisor ,,-.,,,..,-H M ad photographer row: 1-Rich Kurianowicz, Carole Grannis, Liz Wolfe, Pat Dillon, 2-jane Galbraith, Carole Grainger, Sue Lafferty, Renee de Wolf, Terry Bartges, 3-Cheryl Hoo, julie llgenfritz, 4-Marc Primiani, Steve Diehl, Tim Hau, Mark Eisenberg, 5-Dale Quedens, not pic: Fred Bongard, Mark Lorenzato, john Rosenberg, Val Appleton, Greg Martyn. 1 . 1 'W 1 Q as I Q .T wif Mark Behm and David Wee V1 Allen Becker, Eric Van Dorn, jeff Mayor and julie Quater U wig, in -5 Mil' ' , - Mr. Glancy and Steve Shane . "" 'A " 3 ii, .:.,,-:,::1!..m:,,n:,za,sf v -+Ig,gy3m1 -fimffmffigge-f,3,:fg,W- K fair? 755153 if If A 757Lfff4'l55f'?l94Lf7I?5 -54553 new I i I J' A f ' Ff'zY43F-?'fQQ-,"5vj iiSjf5f2l?eff3f?i3Y5, zn lf,, ,,'3,, K , , M ., ,,.,, , Wi., V Q ., -2-:-rf 52fz.a.xZ,.,M , , 1. ' V ' ,ffm M V55'527M77fi4:Lf'fimiWJ ff' WW' 'A f?'f'-T-'5-fwfr -fm-',,'l"'f1?t mt? -fvlfwm-ivy. i..,1'jiZi6-qywl Lrfnbx ' I IH' ?"'P1DD"v'v12 www--'1vwrP4!.C7,I3J-1M Dwwvfvffgf-4 .ww W- a. . . Miss Moy 7 - JEQQEZWQ1 '12, 1- 3, PACIFIC RELATIONS "Those who say don't knowg those who know don't say". Hindu sage Led by jane Moy and john Clancy, Pacific Relations, a new course, allows studenis to explore various aspects of eastern culture. Different art, religion, and philosophy has been Studied. The class went on a camping trip this fall and students experiment- ed with music, yoga, tai chi and cooking. 45 Man is slowly killing the earth and killing himself along with it. Man has become a cancerous growth upon the earth and multiplies without limit. Be- cause of our great numbers and the stresses we place upon the environment to keep us full and "happy", we produce far more foreign matter than the earth can handle. The situation, however, can be alleviated by nature if we learn to live harmoniously with nature. A swift and radical change in man's attitude towards himself and his environment and a change in his living habits are necessary to save us. The question is whether we are willing or able to change quickly enough. --Russ Dehnel On Oct. 3, 1970, members of Aragon's Conserva- tion Club and other interested students partici- pated in "Youth Walks for Survival" to dramatize their role in the war against pollution. David Stoney from Hillsdale and Russ Dehnel from Aragon near the halfway mark of the march. YW' fp 3 U , 3 5 N ,M Russ Dehnel Qwith pad and penj and Cheryl Cummings check Aragon students at beginning of march. f ey jenny Saundexs looks back at Peggy Simms, Marchers at the Marin end of the Golden Gate bridge. I E I STUDENT INVOLVEMENT I COMMISSION 5 The purpose of the newly formed S. l. C. is to fight the apathy that echoes through the halls of Aragon. Our main objective is to get the students interested and involved in many different aspects of our society and environment. Upon observing that many students waste time and energy doing nothing, we want to channel this energy towards new and different aspects that the students would find appealing. We have found that it is impossible to tackle this problem without some cooperation from the students, and we have yet to find an overwhelming amount of cooperation-but we are confident that the situation will improve as the year progresses. - -Patty Martinelli Dick Glasson' Steve Godwin' Patty Martinelli' Commissionexs' Steve Godwin 8 Patty Martinelli Gwen Shultz, Tori K61Z8l Katie Voice, Renee de Wolf, Liz Wolfe I I I 3 ,K----M Q. Fall Schedule of Events Sept 29 Candidate for State Assembly Gregorio to speak in Little Theater Craig did not attend Oct 26-30 International Week - speakers representing various countries Mon Denmark Tues Ethiopia Wed japan Thurs India Fri Brazil Oct.. 22 Candidates Night-candidates for School Boardg Mrs. Ann Benner, Mr. Ike Tribhle. Dr. J. 'any 14 ,553 Zyfw , r,kL Www! gm, ?."'....4, , . . ,, W, is. 1 ki- nw -wang Q Oct. 22 Mr. Ike Tribble, Mrs. Ann Be anccg Dr. joseph Craig , W t 5 Q i .fu yj 0,2 LA. ,' ,, t iffiiv ..-mtfiiw i if ii- ,,,M- H iz efaihulx ' Af"t , 1 I-auf' 'ii' f P iii'-'i!4t"'4f+"u-'f S 5 wi ' 'L f ' cf' as 155' ffsvza Wim? nnerg candidates for School Board. Not in attend- ,N , K , 1 HUMAN RELATIONS CGMMISSIGN P 2 2 3 E Q Q 2 2 s It is the desire of the H. R. C. to promote the fullest participation of all students in the educational, governmental, and social aspects of the school community and to provide each student equal service and protection by the governing body of Aragon High School to the end that all students may seek and find in the school an education not prejudiced by individual differences of race, religion, color, ances social position, or place of birth. try The H. R. C. has initiated comprehensive programs in human relations in an effort to: --promote faster and better intergroup relations among students, --provide the student with the background and understanding that will make him a more productive citizen in a multi-cultural society, - -reduce student-student, student-faculty, and student-administration tensions in the school commun- ity. The activities of the commission are varied in that the H. R. C. supports all activities of existing school organizations. U , --W. Williams OPE HCUSE 10 'I4 - -joseph joubert if in left page: right page: 1" upper left: Mr. R. Bell lower left: Mr. A. Anderson center: Mrs. C. Zaro Mr. W. Williams upper right: Mrs. S. Powell lower right: Mr. P. Fisher upper center: parents lower center: Mrs. J. Cotter E 'P A 'GP' .,,-W fifizwi .'-. af f fgis? 1z.iAfg541ii21iE, -SW H-igzzmfg Q2 ' ,wig K H1 4 5 A gif: 'ew , E Q, f ff sl M gg fy 4. 'C R15 in , ,Sigma fx , Y S M A s.. 3 J k "ZH , Sa L: Jkitiiv ' :YW wxf - . , I L Y, 11525 ' f A -525 .54 Q ww U in 1 iw x ' ' as sw gf -fm . iv gi-Q:rg-wrz,9s..1Qf2w,-M Q fr ,N J K i EX I . , , y- . . hi him'-u,. '- 53 2 "miie, . if VS' Qawzfwm- 5 . xr,751 Waliefiflf ' H x . if lzwfiikwkm ' f x ff slmw 1,54 ' 1 531-if .,.. - Q- srgzfifffsg. f :H-ff cg wg 1 fx dwg 5 , , 1, g, N M ,, J, , 7.,,A., ,, L7f,i ,W 5 21 Q 7 ' 3553? 45 , ma SWL' . 'ln 33? ' K V, .Q . ,,,i 1555 Q .J X1 A ,J 'E yi? A 21 A :wanna 4 wks Q" Rf' .Q 1, M215 wgfgfsggiatfeg AH f N if ' MLW GA Vx Cn October 31 and November 20, Mrs. Knight and Mr. Bell's advanced drama classes put on plays in the Little Theatre The purpose of these plays was to give the school an idea of what the students are doing in their classes. There was no admission charge. Brooke Knight directed 3 PENNY OPERA, a play by Bertold Brecht. There were two performances and both drew a full house Also in the play, but not pictured below are Don Galindau, Diane Dillon, Chris Hyink, Barbara Levine, Kathy Palmer, and jen Wolfe. jennifer james was the Mrs. Knight, Andy Hansen, Paul Goldrath, Gary Wong, Greg Everhart, Gina Freschet, and john DiQuattro. Lisa Trafficante, Andy Hansen, Judy Pratali, john DiQuattro, Jill Coleman, Jody Quinby, and Vicki Adams. below- Sue Zieker, Rich Wistrich, Carol Selvey, Vicki Adams, Phyllis Austin, Marcy MacDonald, judyPratali, jill Coleman, and Pam Share. E if julie llgenfritz, Eileen Garrett, Pat Noe, and Tom Paoli above- Sue Lively, Pat Mullane, Mr. Bell, Amy Hipshman, Lynn Sapiro, Jim Patton, and Patti Heselton below- joan Butler, Cecila Nutley, Dwayne Ellison, T Sue Fordyce, and Elise Kuhl W V , - ,Q 1. 'C it "' ff , X , we ,java ,gr J , 6 9, it ,1 + .ps I iff, 7 , in 5, 'if J Jlkaqi ,J - Il H 5 .ag 2 K' 4 ,L ii 7 ,Q at 'K t is I 214, l I If A im Young, Cathy Clarke, THE TRE D Y The Persecution and Assassination of lean-Paul Marat as Performed by the inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marguis de Sade, a play by Peter Weiss, has been described as "the most exciting and powerful play of this century. " Under the direction of Richard Bell, the advanced drama students gave a fine performance. Also in the play, but not pictured are john Sullivan, Linda Maxwell, Gene Marey, Candy Merrian, john Pope, Gail Wakeman, Sue Watts, Don Wentz, and Harold Mergatrod. Music was supplied by Jim Bousecker, Tim Palrang, and Eric Van Dorn. 9 3 i GRA SWIMMING Over the past ten years, Aragon's Girl's Swim Team has had an outstanding record, losing only their last meet this year against Hillsdale C68-763. Every year a number of nation al records have been broken. The prospects for next year's team look great and with the student body's support they will go on to another 10 years of victory. . K www I W Mft Wherein C-RA TENNIS Gail Bianco Bindy Burns Devin Callaghan Katty Cognetto Jill Coleman Mary Ellen Eichner Sue Ernest Sue Diehl janet Fohner Lori Gradinger Jeannie Hong Mary Hooper Debbie johnson Martha Johnson Betsy Jones Karen jordan Laurie Kaplan Crystal Knapp Barbie Levine Rhonda Press Meg Rasnick Hildy Richardson Camille Rogers Nancy Schoeppner Sue Schoeppner Laurie Scott Patty Smith Ioan Taber Pam Thivierge Denise Weeks Malvina Whitmore Kim Yoshiwara Pat Bass Phyllis Austin Under the coaching of Mrs. I. Tribble the Girls Tennis Team has improved a great deal. The players agree that working on strategy has made it a Whole new game. This year they came out with a record of 3 wins and 2 losses. Barbie Levine , Pam Thivierge Mrs. Tribble addresses the tennis team 3 .,. 12 ..r""N . ,,,, y M 4 ' M M ' ,z 1- M , 51.53191 W' W .. .1 uw.. W .,.g1 .w g f.'1 ' 1 , Ron Wilkinson Rich Foley with the ball 'D" team row 1: G. Shaw, K. Saroff, P. Shaw, W. Yoshimoto, M. Arruda, B. Moroney, B. Nelson, S. Wirgher, L. Wong, VI. Shijo, R. Zucker. row 2: J. Saunders, R. Handley, K. Sakamoto, M. Drury, D. Collison, E. jones, C. Yamauchi, R. foley, R. Wilkinson, D. Yee. 61 above: john Sheehan above: Keith Sellers wigleben and john She ARAC-ON UNNER TAKES'ISTI MPL Although Aragon had only a fair Varsity season as a Whole it had an excellent individual performance by john Sheehan, who took first place at the MPL finals. Other Varsity runners this year were Bob Ewigleben, Keith Sellers, and Brent Chalmers, who as a team took fifth place in the MPL. The jVs, , led by the "fighting lrishmen"-Craig Rosenbaum, Dave Chin and Keith lmamoto-took third in the MPL. Frosh-Soph team standouts were Kevin Hanson and jeff Brouws While Greg Milakovich and Bill Dewes headed the Frosh team. below: Steve Lee and friend above: Brent Chalmers lst row fl to rj-F. Elliot, B. Merslich, G. Milakovich, T. Gardner, B. Dewes, D. Eisenberg 2nd row- K. Hanson, C. Imamoto, J. Regello, C. Greer, I. Best, H. Fields, I. Brouws, B. Lee 3rd row-D. Chin, J. Martin, R. Giles, I. Atkinson, D. de la Rocha, G. Lape 4th row-P. Anderson, S. Lee, P. Boyd, B. Ewigleben, I. Sheehan, K. Sellers Sth row-Mr. Daskarolis, C. Rosenbaum, B. Chalmers, K. lmamoto. not pictured: P. Baumgardner, M. Dummit, D. johnson, I. Martyn, T. McCourt, S. McHugh, B. Wright, N. Yoshiwara, J. Zunich ,DSA hug VARSITY, 1. . CHEERLEADERS AND POM-Po GIRL Crisp autumn Weather, Crowds expectant, hopeful. . On the field, cheerleaders And Pom-pon girls Transform the croWd's enthusiasm Into electric support for The Team. Tears, suspense, then exultant yells As Aragon scores a touchdown On a thirty yard pass. JG-A A E- t,du 5? 5 Through the football and Basketball seasons, Q' Aragon's cheerleaders A gy And Pom-pon girls .M ,.a.....-M A Unite the school and 512 Create the Spirit that is H A----:: .E Aragon. .. J . ,.,, ., ,ff , Varsity Cheerleaders fwearing sweatersj: Colleen Davidson, Pam Short, Molly Newlon, Eileen Noyes, Jody Quinby, Karen Mendelson. Pom - Pon: Qwearing capesj Sue Bauter, Cathy Hennessey, Nancy Colagiovarmi, Lori Musante i junior Varsity: Q top to bottomj Vicki Camerotto Nancy 1 ' Butler, Marie Pert, Jan Ewigleben, Bruce Cox, Iddi Cradinger 64 n actlon ' ' Q- xh kf'k li ,K -N., . 5 - f iq f 1 .J J S'-in , .f ,,,,, f" A Q. f J 5 H W- lg f. .mx K , N, im I "N, 'IKE 3' S--. V ,4- .ff-""'M TN n' I g! ,V W 1 B 51? ,E I ,wvzv Wk I mWx,i9,, ,fa MX xv ' K V , L ,. ,1',L - L.. 'L:' Sie? . .,,. ,f1?57f-gE2,5f4Mw'3- f ' A' zvgwwmaxwa-mffspawivk K' v ,,.,.,,.,.-as---I as , J ' 'f Ilvwax n lx X 1 0 nf R s rc" X gg-:A N V ' fm ff, nfl gay? ,qw iw, V, , ',: .V ,ii 'V 7 N www' XL ,,. ,, -ff: 'll A sH0vv GF 5P1RlT W' e-'il W Finishing the season with a record of six wins and one loss, the sophomore football team won second place in the Mid- Peninsula League beating Half Moon Bay Q22-OJ, Hillsdale Q17-65, Mills Q27-61, Crestmoor Q35-85, Capuchino Q20-181, and Burlingame Q12-OJ, while losing only to San Mateo by a score of 24-15. The Chris John Anderson and Scott factor in the The team will to the varsity next year, where Dons hope to improve on their year record of eleven wins and a great :., M ,i . 3.5, V ., - 5- .sf -f fi? :,- ' 9 a at i rW-' , . r-i ii., "-"- ' . gif ,. ,.,,2 V.,7,.,J, Z ' M ' Z ' ff SOPH TE ro, -G.rAnderson,gf2 ':', Y . D. Bow, I. Qabriel5ii'D. Alla etta, N. Stiles, B. fi . row 2- D...Ig,M.gen,QX. D- Horton, S. :,.' , C. Kohlbry, .irr . . Kielty, A. McDonough, DI. "' ahagh: A. Cabal Naffziger, I. Stevensg ow 3-Larry LaBorde, W. Sturtevant, D. Maxwell, , K. Strain, J. Brand etter, D. Galindau, S. Leslie, P. Fairchild, S . T Breaux. , hatcher, M. Geyer, S. Albert, D. Parker, I. Capella, Richard 5. Us ufef at 5 55. iiw f ' It M' 1 Q 5 492 ff ?'f'I.QlL 2 Emi FROSH A D SOPH FODTBALL time it goes out on the field, the m ' - an football team has 1m through the excellent coaob SHUI' Gorden and Robert the able quarter Morrow. The improved to a for football Www Mr Gene Garden . H W row 1-J. Michelin, G. Dittebrandt, L. Stull, R. Wallen, R. Loeb, S. Tong, TSii11?5hi, K. Weeks, S. Ferris, G. Atkinson, G. Kirlcpauick, G. Nagumo.'fow 2-M. Bernardo, K. Perez, H. Pegueros, R. Hudnell, P. Thompson, J. Stewart, V. Ferguson, R, Silva, ff. Williams, M. Campana, D. Vorce, D. il D. Moore, S. Harvey. roxfg-Bob Grassmyer, S. Braden, R. Hosier, J. Maggi, Heredia, D. Robertson, T. Kells, S. Asvitt, I. Scardina, C. Rogers, D. Morro T. Ferfis, I. Reeves, I. Mullen, K. Tanner, P. Barnes, Gene Gorden V V Aragon Westmoor 35 7 Serramonte 20 O jefferson 8 38 Mills 1 3 14 Crestmoor 6 O Capuchino 8 14 Burlingame 20 6 San Mateo 15 O Hillsdale 14 0 fn Sill? H Q ig D' fi? ..-1 in 1 .4 5 "" 1 ' Q Q K K X A ,Q 73 5 x 4 2 1 - A w' 4 .fi ff V, Q il 68 ,f A 5 mv ,gg ,i V .f "-f. 7 V S- f- Hs'ga!3'L1 1 5. K " 4 F., - I f I A 7 j: -124444,--L, -"1 1-R ae.. Q, , -, -Q 'Q-M ' ' . 4 2 ww ? " H f i I vp 1 . ii " . ,,.z 3, 353 K: . 1. 3: -rf. '-' 1' . in M ing H jf, , g f h i W, , V '- f i 3 . Y Oi' row 1: G. Komisarek M. Jordan R. Smith J. Nimmo I. Schaub N. Springer T. Matisi B. Goldman R. Takahashi E. Craig B. Dietrich row 2: S. De Santis M. Baldwin D. Regello C. Merrill I. Biksa J. Elward B. Popin P. Schouweiler D. Matisi M. Chorpening T. Burch M. Debusk it Q J , 42 165 ! d ' Ai 1 ' J R T 1 Y .X A ' " f 4 4 row 3: T. Reagan T. Aviles M. Elliott R. Noyes T. Strain G. Geranios B. Kelley D. Graham T. Marcelle B. Lewis S. Jeffers R. Allen not pic: R. Church R. Glasson R. Hause 'I d ,..,, l A ff W 5 il VARSITY FOOTBALL This year's team is a good blend of young and old with an older experienced line and a young talented backfield. Despite this diversity of age on the team they are a very close knit unit and should give any opponent a very tough battle. - - Barry Goldman mm ...J R Haagg in ff'F'f'+m. .K .01 .., L :" X K " A if! wit gig? 'ii 's V John Capella fleftj and friends. John Biksa 72 5 X1- M... unq- Dave Matisi f12j on handoff to Ross Takahashi with jeff Schaub Q61j blocking. 'if' ""'3'24'3"x'x4'+? 'QT t 1 wg wc- 1 bi? it?-4 ln,xx3'agf,xL 522' '1??'4i3:5:-337' 12355K x"fi17W- lx IN. ' M ' Jki 499 4 .k.r 3:11 ' A 2 k"A P ..V, 1 V f ig Q W 321- -EZ Siilf- f A Q 3 , X114 f63j Tony Burch- Tom Aviles with the ball HI LLSDA LE CAM E Hillsdale-14-Aragon 0 www gwfisissfpww, ,K Vkwyfs W W, , h . E W WWDMWW 5 48 5 I . 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The candidates nominated by the ootball team were: 'aige Turner ,aurie Scott Larbara Potter ody Quimby enny Koehnen anet Hitz Iolleen Davidson ashawn Blatter ue Spencer left: Jody Quinby and Bob Mohr far left: Cathy Hennessey fu l Wa T ' W' "4 , -- . :54.,q?4, W" - A N PRINCESS QUEEN PRINCESS JODY QUINBY BARBARA POTTER SUE SPENCER fy, ..,,. W A V I W i rerd 3 . 1 1- I .-,, 7:4 V I V x V rs sf Sr e f xi E K 1961 WI TER 'N U' f-. ind ' ' "" " 4 , QV.. ui -1 ' x ' KLM - Nadu . , ,., , ""4""fa Quran, . s-K-in A .I .s- -5 Q , .,.- .., ' f , Q gg " ' ' A 4. I Q, fv-l'm'f', if K' , ff A '!"Y"'vv,15,.-gy, - 1 4,--1 4"x' - Lf,1k,.i'.'f' ' 4 .gr Nl, K' f 'N f X .,,, V V ,. 4 M' V ,, . fwvem 'swf -, L w FW 41' -A A "WEL .,,, .. 1. ' mf. 4' ' ,MQ ' ' WT. 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SS XXV x -itxx AMR. X K i l Marcia Stevens and Larry Frakes E is, A vi :NA +.A68am,.Am vm. , n We ,fi V A 5 I 5 5 QV 4 xg if k ,Lk A , W .. A J f M if f' 'J ang Q' get K JW If e, jen Wolfe and Bonina Cohen M. A EW. . WM vw:-gm.. Wmmwmsv k , , xxx KM Y ' A wfwffiiifi Wynne Prindle Bryann Morgan i vw 's i 'Ei i '! 1 4' 5 Nw r E i f I m Q ' Kathy Oesterwinter Sonja I-Iaga and Linda Maxwell if 1, W, if f , ef A Q 'X Q 2 f 4 1 , a,,1 I f Y M WINTER vvoRK F ENGLISH AND SOC A- RESOURCE CENTER: L S TU DI E S fS5riZ?ZfrEff.SOE" BRARY J M wwf T I - K ffZ'11Qf 1'f f5 53? lf ix 25 6 lb 2 E4 55:32 ' REQ' 'Q E 5 , 'iw Aga ii. z . Q - LF,- QA . K Q . K' Q ,aa Mr. Pettinicchi - Librarian l am not a teacher: only a fellow travellor of Whom you asked the Way. I pointed ahead - ahead of myself as Well as you. -Shaw TUTORIALS English Math Foreign Language World Ge ography Top right: Colleen Davidson tutors a Student in math. Bottom: Mark Eisenberg tutors many students in World Geography Bottom: jill Coleman tutors her students in English. Next page top right: Nancy Nolte tutors students in English. sas ma .,.:. """"'5' 1 my 3 ini gi i 85 'Y' ' ' .,,,. ' Q L, , .W ,. ...,. . . . V- .- .7 .M www, L , on - K mm, . .:., Avlvg WTA N K A I K V , ' " E ,,:, I M lb , n --- 1 'ff:':.'- 'E 1 E, 'fl .. :ff aaa' f. 1 ' 1- ' l ,. Q". f3"f- Jgrfil '. W 1-ffiii: "gk 1 ., , 1 A A' J Q f l' ffl U W :-, W . A V A A K 3 F ,kQgg,. ,.L 4 f -L -- wk L,.,, W N ,L W gl "- 3 J , gkww 'EM 5 fl J V ,gm H33 ...., f Y, f V K : ' ff 1 l ,K M. 4k.,. ,W , Ji M ,Wm K, 3 Q 3 Vvrk J in V7 ,Ik do f above: Human Relations trip bringing good will to the County Hospital l,x ff" 5 Nga :ming n L -V ' 'L-cgggygjirfdblx - ' aiFSanf0.sTu 2-737 'Kwon Me. C.-FF EFCM 86 J 1 ...., . WM,K ,k,fAij: ' V' .-ffff ax A J 'AIUJHZ Mm! la.9m N-riff ,, Jiiimsmxga iizigl K, ,.. ff ,,h , X 2466 CONCERNS For some must Watch, While some must sleep: So runs the World away. -Shakespeare LATIN CLUB Clayton Greer Rich Troe ger Melissa Harvey Chris Hyink Audrey Hongo Scott Kunitani Linda Gibbons Mr. Leddy Norm Landes Bob Seyranian Craig Imamoto Cole'Crews ARAGON BIBLE CLUB "When God has meaning, life will too. For God loved us so much he gave us his son, jesus. And anyone who loves and believes in him will never die but have eternal life. " jerry Hunt, Tom Hunt, Jean Torp, Audrey Hongo, jeff Carter, Lyle Schmidt, Tony Burch, Bill Taylor, Jack Contreras, Diane Schmidt, Randy Brown There are no uninterest- ing things, there are only I TEREST GROUPS --Chesterton PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB RECYCLING COMMITTEE Lora Bolyan David Wee Carole Grainger Russ Dehnel not pictured: Debbie Wittwer John Munroe Roger Welch Mary Kaye Patton wav' Wh. 4 S FIELD TRIPS Government .-nh X .pr w .' Q V, x w, 4,-A nw av 'I -N 4. S ., ,V , asw - gw ff ' Technical Drawing World History lim of ,I Us ak., S D 4 V, .V 11115, 5 , f x M ,k,f i .K V 3, -,LZ L K x 2 :L,..,. fm bin 3 ff 543385 L LL was KRW Mwwwxvi ' ., Qs-"gi f Y r 5 4 K 4 N' M PM' K 6 XQx?,d wr fe 1 x , WNAQ. A ii, -L V H. -. 3194511 ff ML, 5 ff , any Y k A X .xx L ii 47,9 , ,,,, + Wg gg .Z .4-1 + 3 X K X s E 53- LLQI - Q., fx ff K1 791. 15 '1 L 1, Lx M 9 L, L ,L F '11 "L: , ,f2112f,,'w - if L ,K ,sg 'ggi fr, L, giE ?3tig2k :ijTjQl ,L2 13, , L, 5i'f 7f k' ' gf? I ' L ' f' x: ILIIQW-wf5f'yLA?7 34.11, -fc: L . I ' ' ' , A , 'L fry . M L, 2 -S fy L L 'wh W fi V y, f V' Av ' f f:Mj?'FgfY A 4211- K ff'51-2:-qgiLf2?LI-f1f"f Z Q 'Ta i ff 5 2 ' ' lTLT'? -3 - zgf fifiififffkil, K 'iffffi rif e.-M . va - 1 ' - L - ff k ,s,:ff,1,f.- :v '- gm' - L- 1.1 5: , x L L Lk YL V -' , .rf A f K ,, ,L W V 5 fm, f - - -51545135 ag ,QLLL 3 36 f '- 2 - :M V V- : ' - ' WS L L . L .L LLQ L W- A 5 A , wr - H, pe' 1, ' x " ,w":'QzQ.i: U slr: K -ser' K 'iw L ,V . :JL I K z .Z'Eff x':'5:-'ch-.,J.', '--if' 5-If' L sie? L " Q ' - 9315715 - Lv zgv . - LL K ggi 1 - , ,- -' - fv-New K K " ' 'Ki ,Lv .- L. ..-,1L - ,..,.. L , L: f f , f Lf , L , X 4 L Lf 1' ' Z Q ,X s A Vw f L x Q f 4 YX jA 'KW....f f L w L X X Q J s L 3 I L , f , f L I a Af ,f 1 ' iq A 6- A- FS I gvwvfy E Y S E 3 Y wk 5 5 2 f XR Y - ,f XM, R , X . R 'W x X 2 2 ' X I ,ffm i J K., ki 2 X-f L f J MORE HAPPENINGS , Decorating the resource center lThe great tri- cycle race - 'Winner-Durk Edwards ICutest male I 'teacher's leg contest 2 E 2 1 f mm mmm 523,429 ya, 'JZLQ L2jaiifj3ZQ?afJ THE cumous SAVAGE jjj, aaiilljaifm W Ujdfjf '7L0 b4ca"771C'4f On December 4, 6, and 7, in the Little Theater, Aragon M students presented The Curious Savage, under the direc- :ii PZ 34 1 tion of Mr. Bell. Mrs. Knight produced the show and Gina 1 5 Q Freschet was the student director. 7 WM dp 9 P577 Amy Bakewell justin Bell jim Brown Casey Carhart Cathy Clark Andy Hanson Amy Hipshman Chris Hyink Marcy MacDonald Patty Martinelli Tim Young Lily Belle John Thomas jeffrey Doctor Emmet Mrs. Savage judge Samuel Mrs. Paddy Hannibal Fairy Mae Florence Titus Miss Willie 12 Ge 9 gwilf' M9 C fu Jun ' - Afffs:',.E..s - 39:59 ' L. Iii: , 1 , --"1:?wg:,i2f "aims K will :v:a:H 1ei:i' . ,-ri" f 1,.i:'-f.l?Et5ifPL-' 25:85 .7 1 if W-',1::S'f'r? iff? K Q +55 4 ' F-TS? T i' a ' ,S l 5 J E T af , 4' W 1 Q 4, 4 , ksxmsif msg ,Q gs , Egxggagf Q ggfaisaigi , S Ewa 1, MADRIGALS A CAPPELLA . ln the first year on campus the choir numbered approximately 35 freshman and sophomore students who rega I 0 singing a m r e a e 1 a v v '. ' a - i ous art. About 12 largely untutored string players formed the beginnings of an orchestra. After two years, student leadership was beginning to become effect ive. Increasin l throu h th ears the instructo has de ended u on mature outstan ing junior an senior stu ents w o ave set t e pace or younger musi- cians in elevating our musical standards and performance level. I feel that m groups of the previous two years established a record of achievement that will frema-in-auchallen e to our music students in succeeding years--a challe e which the A Cappella Choir, Orchestra and Madriga Singers o ' - ave met with purposeful enthusiasm. --Ben Denton Ara on's 'rst year, 's , s owe ' 5 pieces in the school band. Throughout t - course of ten years, we have added to the total, and we currently have a 96 piece band. Flexible scheduling has brought added improvement -- 3 different performing grou sz concert band intermediate band and sta e band and mini classes indpmprovisational techniques ancfin jaizhand theory-- all attrib- uting to the improvement of " Aragon Banda " --Mr. Elmer Revelli STAGE BA 'F-if? f , ORCHESTRA . 1 Q.. 1 2 1? 2 3 2 B y K M 5 Q A 2 5 ii li STAGE BAND Q1 to rj one: L. Thivierge, M. Hailer, S. Naffziger, B. Murphy, K. Jenny, J. Rose, R. Bleimeister, J. Martyn, T. Bartges, D.Dierkes, S. Brown, two: R. Herns, S. Weiss. M- Stf1ff01'5-ni, G. Lape, three: I. Rosenberg, B. Weber, A Kojimoto, C. miller, E. Haeusslein, T. Palrang, S.Ferris, E.Van Dorn, C. Ng, B. Giles, not pic: P. Boyd, G. Kane. ORCHESTRA flto rj one: M. Nagumo, B. Franklin, K. Yoshiwara, C.Batey, B. Gureritch, S. Higaki, S. Weiss, M. Stafforini, E. Haeusslein, two: J. Greene, I. Weber, S. Van Dorn, S. Smith, D. Chin, L. Blutman, M. Chiossi, C L. Leinhard, L.Ragent, K. Naffziger, E. Van Dorn, T. Palrag, three: S. Brown, R.Weiss, Ben Denton, J. Carter, S. B. Wolf, T. Jones, K. Oesterwinter, C. Klinger, N. Hodgins, G. Kane, R. Herns, B. Weber. 97 Vagt, Martyn, RFQ , .0 ,-ff'-wi .. Y, ... ,.. ...H-0 M N A -M ,V ' . ... N- ,J .mg N... dw- - .m,-'9f'A . 5 'M L' .,.,,A .. .A .. I W. K. -f K 4 M . K ' , , .' ' ' K' :,. - ,..,Q,fjjif'IYYVf 'iff 3224- 'ff ugiifi g w K K, Z Ik In in .,. . in ,, Hwmwwmrwuwow .A -' "f1'X'Q ml M V .. . g V K I A K , .UWM -HX f-W .,, J. y 'V MMM M ' K K ' w If , , 2. , , . 6, M- V " ' C , Q' K' ., ' WMM ,.., , I, ,, h .. In .V I 8 an I ,Y , ,,Vg I AL Vk,V. Lk V. in I K 'f-' ,.,,. ...M A W A. JA.. .,A.,,,,...-Q, f"'--.MJ g A . V K K.-Af-'M' H" M - ' ...qw M - X, 45- pm... .N .. , A , 5 ., f - I -M -4, .,. ...MM M' K! j -- If fm fm 1141 'f if -1 K 1 A-H-mfdx., M. ...A-.mwvk K' i W-v"" ,.,,......m.-+...-..,- - I ,,.. Mm' -- 'K .- M K A , , M ,M V K 'M W' M ...N W L',- wr.-,m.,.,.,,,.,..M, , .,,,,1.,. is . A ,K ht" if--vfflfw-vw ,W ,MA-., ..,.,.4. .. ,W-...Mfzf ..A,.,.m,.W.M,. w..-..... ,,..M..... , ff Y umm-,..it-wa,.,. H-V w W ""'W' 'K M " W wm...,.M.W,,,.,. ., .V . , ., V . -- ' .I V ET , , ,w,.,. ,. ,,,, , , :L V L2gLmGWN,,NhM,,,,iig,?g,m,w,iT,Z, ,,,..., W, ,, .V . , ,X ' .MP 4 af- E Q4 1 AL., An unusual event took place on February 5 of this year. Aragon had its tenth 1 W un.-and birthday and birthday cake was served to all students and faculty. I suppose for those teachers who were on the original faculty at Aragon, there were indeed some nostalgic memories, but unfortunately, some 900 students who represented its first ninth and tenth grade classes were not here to participate in its celebra- tion. What happens in the aging process of a school? Traditionally, its student body gets larger, its faculty grows in number, gets older and retires, the building is expanded as needed, the school's colors and mascot become well known, and its graduating classes begin to have anniversary parties. But something significant has happened at Aragon. There is more mutaul respect and friendly relationship between students and teachers. Students are involved in constructive activities in the school and the community. Teachers are develop- ing new curriculum, much of it to be used in small group seminars where the teachers play a secondary role and students talk so that they may learn from each other. They are encouraged to help the faculty make decisions as to the impor- tance of time, study materials, and what is important to know. Learning, par- ticipation in activities, and acceptance of responsibility are goals sought by stu- dents at Aragon. Our aging at times has been painful, but always productive in our attempt to prepare for a future that at times seems impossible to comprehend. --Kenneth G. Allen Principal O for a living man to lead! That will not babble when We bleedg O for the silent doer of the deed! One that is happy in his height, And one that in a nation's night Hath solitary certitude of light. -Phillips ,Sz www Q A ,K K L Lx,L 5 58 my X was ji ,gf ,i.1 L,,. '- 4: + M,- ,, , pr 1 34' 'ik 1 y' ? 'ff-f, i L 1, X ? '.' lv O' 1 I I IIIIII M f E 5 1 E if 1' 5' gf , 2, Q f su 5 2 Hi Sis? x,. m y xiii CH l fT' t f'2?f'? T' B. Q.. ' si X ,551 ..,. .fi 3 5 if 5 -. v.-. 'if 2 Q 3 2? wwf Sam f i . V72 .Vw G,vlff' 'f- 1.35 ? ig I 'r-f'f r SX. sq Xl P G W Qy ! 3 1 I I ki is 3 I, QJHQ. 1 ii -: 'Act I IW below: Kathy Donovan and Santa Claus Williams 1 f .f il V ' " f 5' ' 'Q CHRISTMAS FORMAL A F - 5 if Q , SHS sf Y. . is 4 2 s A 1 f ik M ,A L Iwi AKV. Q J, 4 J. 4, y R K NRE Q S 2 ., 'sd 1 1 7. V, Y ,, 3 xi .Ml X " f A x ks A un - if X.. .,.. ie . f. ip Si J ,h.V -g AWE : fa , X 5 f gf' k7Mf1'?f1wffW, K 3 5, , . t.A.V 1 f'M i 'S f2, x W w -5 -K 'K ,Aww ', A 'Hg 3. L , Q mf ,sag KD JL 3 A. xi' f 4' V .. L 2 ,,.. gg - ISS ,,.. K ,'- I -K I A V, , Iggy L As W I A f 5 ,Q V ,wr A wi: .Ls A lui K I 3 A , 2 - ,gt M . 7 . EH! "' - v. if . V ip '91 "' ,5.1:f,us9. S f ' 1 , i Q 4' Q ,I s of- L 5 iff' aww, ,x 4 'Q G , g ANN? ,I-3 5 is -I """ df FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS lt is the glory and good of Art, That Art remains the one way possible Of speaking truth, to mouths like mine at least. -Browning Cynthia I-Ierns gmawwamwfrwwzm-M4 A g Qikw iiwwffg, - QW Q Q 191335 ax K 'QF ,Q 5 ,,, 5 ,ws 1. --.ax.... 5 1 'NTT' A oqiiiw g 3 X ,.-,v -B f E av '. f N xx' Sl . o N , P? , fy? 'fafwln-w dill' y ,.... A -lx .'f:x k.x- 61 KW if teve Godwin below: jill Coleman, Mark Eisenber ,g was mm W-..,f ri 1. , W' uw' Basketball Team Gymnastics Team . , A-,. 2 viii -'..- ,, ,, , H1 :1.f225sQ?2121 - -Us I 7 sw., se. 59 -is ,1 1 Q- as , is sf U2 Wig , 4 mm EW 4 as , iw we T' X N r .V A , ,a,. J C Q Q . UE his 5 W5 f- V N' Y F1 O . .236 F, .S - ,jf . S Q .f,.. .. "sr, . . , t , L. 5 1 . nm I Xia. T , ma aae ':" YDS hiW3E5'f3 - lf KHHSEQS and if f f arek T Below t' Sue and Cry T KI19-PP esss s at Va saif Diane Dillon 2 : yvigfii.-6:3 f -iiszigdlsaiss-Qiiwfgg 51 so 3 ,Z ., W 8' qs fi, Volleyball Team ' W. Football Team 125551211 H2 A 12 5 2 55 - as 2 E vt 1 .qailkxf -www s 1971 Soccer Team E, r Q Above: Dave Allazetta and Alan joslm have a ball. Below: Dave Graham gets caught in a squeeze play. 4 ,le A VQ : A '-: i felee . W . M 11 x was as W -' ., M .Au , e ' r leel f f , ffljillli -1 l5ff.E:,fsi,:Q . ' 'fl ,,L' f'ii1f" f,.1Z5-X753 :1f1f55'Ii.'Tff'ffff'1'1'1v 1-'f K ,. -,-f ' fwfr . mrfgaxarfw if .. T Vis- .riff ,Hi f,l'i,1ffis2 'iizpffj 1' 'lf -igilfff-:fsfisim -- W, W 4w.,,.m.58?? . aw. W . . . Jw Zi, ., -,-, . W i ,Magi Q... as Al, :qlf a 5 wr ra. wg M H , . x , Maia W if: 3 32- a rf " 1 ggi ,QQVS W5 -,I W A as s WF' af mwisa :.w?J'Sm.f ax ,X ,S W.: am S, A 9 aww? 2 W qw , ez - R, ,awww L1,yg.tg,yQ,..1f,fr.,. ,.f,,,,,.f... fi U2 I -'11+evw1'mssA- as t W s ' 5f"ffei2f1g:,r -' - . - 1- wr EW ' 1--we ,,,,'k,l,,.z:f M: , M - aw , :.,,e.,,- : .,1f...a..,a..w-ww - 4- -- . . 4 eww Wi- ---'--' ---mv-11 N ' ' ' wi .., Q.. i w- , - Wim S WWW . swans? mi ....V. - 'A ew-won-v,,,,:w-M SOCCER: 1971 The 1971 soccer team, under the illustri ous coaching of Nick Delsurgio, became Aragon's only undefeated vars ity team in the 70-71 season. The team was led by leading scorers jeff Atkinson and Steve George While Bob Smith and Sal Galioto provided the necessary defense. With most starters returning next year, Aragon's soccer team looks most promis ing. upper left: top row: J. Stevens, B. Chalmers, G. Anderson, D. Graham, T. Marcel, D. All-azetta S. LaPlant, S. Grisolio, I. Atkinson, Nickolas DeLurgio middle row: G. Atkinson, S. Kunitani, J. Best, D. Page, S. Naffziger, F. Greenly, R. Fitts, R. Ginquia bottom row: J. Contreras, S. Currier, S. Lee, S. George, j. Cavanagh, D. Page, M. Primiani, R. Monge. ' llisiifaZ?T22s??!?'ff'Fffwgiemisiasigi.1,'fwf'..s.ufPiitSffS 4' f .mv-. ,kv ,Q . yu D V H... - 1. , , fu k 4 4.1 ,. r.e.,M,.-.. .1 , 4 , mg, wa, -we. 'bf 'f""V' , g1S"""'i.,,r'rh"'9"','4fJ-,- 1 , ' - W l W-we-wr ffl 'V . 'A .. W . , V' , 'r"'vm. .M ' L w""eM1f Q w 4.4 .. 5 gasp, wma 2 Y- '7U?'55'44?isv "5.'mav'H"' 4f"Kf'-mifll-asf -- u,QL',"l'ffgapT' 'Y 'QQ M Af K , l 5 M ' 'fr 5 . yy K Q,,q.tgw-MA.. . - . 1 5 J W, W 0, 3 N1 W ., W mfwgwu K 6 . - -E .JT ,V ir-5 , ,. 5 Z My .ff ,A -M J 5 f u ,f'35'0gibf2g,,f""rf' ,Q '-A W. .TN 3 ' ,gr ff, Q .' G ff' 6-fn - 'Q . , f+,,l,f .. , ?1i6f' .T I 57,159 fl' Jlw A 1,,f,, ,4 'ip5f!"' adj , - .f -. I 5. msg , ,, . f. L' -wage, V if " 'U' we Z ar ab , gs? 5 ,. ,v,, I K maya V L rd f, -- -, f , 1. f. 1, 4? w bw. A , f ', J, 14 , ,, 3, VL f 3'v5"efH Y -Hr? will if Q f H Q, 4- , r,,'W,mkZf1:i1i,'?j 9 W 3 , fu .kiywl ? V X . , ' f ,,. above: jack Contreras prepares to head the ball. below: Bob Smith "bobs" the ball. g. an Maw, X :Pam-nnPm.ls , l we "'N below jeff Atkmson and Sam Gahoto Q VARSI ' Varsity: fl to rj row 1: D. Kirchner, N. Springer, C. Phillips, I. Duff, L. Wong, I. Payne, M. Kirchner. row 2: T. Kehoe, I. Elwau J. Biksa, Coach Wilcox, J. Schaub, T. Matisi, P. Boyd. FROSH-SOP! Q AM " --V .... sf F E ? Q Q if ,-.V -,v WRESTLI Frosh-Soph: fl to rj row 1: A. Yasunaka, G. Kreitum, M. Duncan, B. johnson, L. Stull, R. Siepser, S. Duncan, L. Taylor, H. Field. row 2: P. Fairchild, D. Parker, T. Earnest, F. Rochex, K. Cameron, K. Westfall, S. Harvey, M. Agoff, M. Chorpening, W. Smith, J. Stewart, Coach Breaux. WRESTLI A -w- up - M VARSITY Crestmoor Burlingame Hillsdale San Mateo Mills Capuchino FROSH-SOPH Crestmoor Burlingame Hillsdale San Mateo Mills Capuchino .rw 39 31 15 34 14 37 24 19 We 37 26 36 if af 4 ff Aragon 14 26 48 19 39 18 23 24 Won 16 28 20 . R. -lgkk - aw, ,,.-sf ' ,1 , V ff1ggj3.j':f "cc J V A. ., K, .,,, A , , t I :Sf . I i 51 , . -I .x,.Q.'-'1n'L'. MPP N 315, 3 ' , . ff ..,,xmiif:422 n..x:' . L'f2,g'-'2...,.wi1.f,Rf,aa ff.. . " M-. ,. A., ' abimgfagw-.ia -' " .. '- Egg Q13 . ,J H ' Q ' wx n" 1- fy-5412 .1 , - , ' F A wf 'fii'w sm-Q., . - 'Ps-axis A .5521 ,iw f 9" J -. S .- f eil - f ' . 3f'V'1H f' TQQ7r'Mf is 53 -' lv ' 'Fi -at : .fii ,Q -1- 1' ff-ti' , J" Y Sf: -1? F?" ' Af' , T45-,P "5.,' Eb" " ' . ' ..f9': f'- f ' , ff' - 'sg' 5' ' ', ,.:'r' if - 45? IfTfar'Q33f' '9"1' 1 h35"f"- .1 ' ' - F5 ia 37 5' ."'2'if7 fini?-f w ' M9 5 1-Q2 2" sm Sa- 1 . .+1'f- .f. f- fwziafefl- -- - T im Eif' .392 1. .. a' -Ni x sf i' ' ' "f?Pa:.iifEQ.-ffQ'3Zi1fa51J?'vi.1r?',lwf-SEG! 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E' 'M 1 -- f,.2p-' B-1 'fr.v'3ev,-EE' '?i2""G:3?5, ,g egg'-,g,...' ,wg .4 '-fm -r 1 rf, ' iff "V f 'f s' -232 , , - -ce sSmifi?f,y5?"2E A-2-. ., , 29 ,, L: aw' prim, , , ., .ggi ,.4- -v-513 52, f..:wf,.f ai ,wg . M J-.. 'r ww., ai . ...g Q, , V. ' ' 1 A -, " - '1-if e ' ' '- 155 14, V-:L-a- am' ,- F 91 ii: 532' MM Y 5 R- ,ii , W I W. L,.LL f' ,,,.:eulf wr es . W 6 F32 .W 7 ,, ff,U.4.ega2' , Q K ' 5 W, A , -. 7 ,?A,?g5 .,,h, X I ki - wil ro' ,qlv ' fs :f E52 ff' Q., 'K Q 3? H Jr V ai K FW:-Q in ,q c MQ? 5 A I li A H T' 'W W , if N 1971 Aragon Varsity Basketball Team fstarting from center of picture and going clockwisey: Bill Lewis, john Coulding, Tim Sunderland, Dave Robb, Mr. Diaz, Peter Popin, Marc Nelson, jack Zunich, Lenny Meehan, Greg Sylvester, Kurt Peterson, Tim Barnard not pictured: managers Marty Swalwell and joel Casburn 116 San Mateo Hillsdale Mills Cap Crestmoor Burl Kurt Peterson Honorable Ment1on B111 Lew1s All League l I7 X. f .fr i X W u SPR -s..,W, " llnn. T' I V YW, 5 9 ? 'iw 1. x 14.11-,... . aw. J. 'H ki .N W ig, :V ,, Ji., 1, .. mil- ,. -"' Ag ,aw 1 H 4' mi 1 1 A ww. M w -1.6- fmff, . ,A wr' ,K .1 e- ax' i ' in -4 qw I , 'K ' 'h 'g5'f'5, 'V+ f was ' W 9? W""F""'--.' .Lfid 1 X We, N ,g M .1 K, ,XA f 114 fm 42 1'-?"'4 T mfw' l '1": -2-AA2 i .- , -I , -' .- gi: ,,..,..., M f , 5 K W f E ' MQQMW MQ- SPRI G 1 Q51 x J 62 W ', 'Q '11 ,, ,-W v wx 1' 1.9 ka., 1 ,V , A, , 4 -1 ,K i it fans- ' - vm., W V. ,"'N ', ., 5. Q "' Q5"'j"f-k. ' QV ' Y, V .'Q'?W,., 'Q' Q Jar., , HLt,m, 'A ' w'?t,1'S,'3M::7 'ig gm - , W. Q ,uw V ,-A ,X in .vig 0 ' . ,, A arg KI wi ,omg Vx, 'g 5. -1 -.QW 'gm K N K , A, '91 I .Y i '90-ui W we 'Q mlm Q 4- ,A W M-iii Anvil M it A A a . T M LW: , 14 , , x . is x fifuaxfkfk ' Gentle Spring! - in sunshine clad, Well dost thou thy power display! For Winter maketh the light heart sad, And thou, - thou niakest the sad heart gay. -cl O'rleans 'G 4 'K -' 1 + . , , K , , - :ri A t.,,,,p, 4 x ,,fLtg, - . , 4 ,X ., ,V A I W ' W A gg, g 1 " A .+-. A yn' . qt" 1 5' I 7 ag X ' '3"fp1ay 1' fi, mi Q K 'F '12 4,3 '1 nf' . f s f glhtiw has iw -t f- ,Q K t it Ny,,g, f, gf! Z , I 1 JM,4"i-. 3 I' 1 ' far w-1" 5 f 1 il ". ' li if Q'-f.af'J if ' ' fa U' ' 3? is in 6 Y ' V fl 'W 4 'f if-3, fa, . f ,...,- ' 'Q ft ary' N sf, Ui ,at 4 - 1 U - " y . A M i"V i My 4411, i , .H fi ' 5- , , Ai'-el "', . '5 W 'ws -f 1 A 'K ,M 'qv-EK an V . 4 4 0 , fi 1 W tv ,LLM 'Q ,' , J .wt ,., IN' f 'Z' f' A Q Q N aut, 2 4' www' ' if' The most important function of student government is to involve stu- dents in relevant activities Which tend to create school spirit and prepare students to become active citizens in their community. Weekly bands, musicians day, kite day, Aragon's l0th anniversary party, and such activities created spiritg While Black History Week, supporting the CSM tax election, ecology activities, and other school community services Were aimed at student awareness. Starting a student store, redecorating the lounge, and Working for district permission to advertize in school publications Were some lasting achievements realized by Student Assembly. It was an experience which I shall never forget. Good luck 81 farewell Michael H. Anderson Spring Student Body President 122 SPRING OFFICERS fl to ry Right: Commissionersg Denise Weeks-Elections Tom Flavin-Announcements Tracy Gerber-Publicity Sam Dunham-Electronics Lori Silverstein-Silversword Gary Siepser-Creative Thought Not pictured: Fred Bongard-Radio station Steve Jeffers-Activities Craig Merrill-Activities Karen Mendelson-Rally Travis Craig-Food Marc Dummit-Food Bruce Nixon-Curriculum Norm Arslan-Fund raising jim Patton-UASB Patty Martinelli-SIC Steve Godwin-SIC Russ Dehnel-Ecology 1 4, 5 M, N W K' ' 5' La fu ,lui as w 3 ,sg -H543 If H an 1 ,Q I B 3 5 X qu as 1 1 A ffifi Ill V EX xlillfw sf 5. M V4 lx , .,,,M,, QQ Tk ev .. 1' K V' if Linda Cassada Student Body Secretary F nib... ff' 'QQ' SENIORS Senior class president for two semesters-another first for Aragon high. Actually a lot of activities were planned for the second semester during the first, and I felt the obligation to see their completion. It's quite an experience trying to please all the people all the time-it can't be done. But I hope I have pleased all of you at least one time or another. Adios mis amigos de '71, Thank you Shelley Q1 to rj Molly Newlon-V. P. , Amy Bakewell Secretary, not pic: Shelley Cerasaro- President, Tim I-Iau-Treas. , Bill Vorce- Elected Rep. JUNIORS ln gaining funds for the prom in April, the junior class suffered a serious setback from the cancelled fun-nite in February. But We had other planned ac- tivities such as the Great Tricycle Race, a car Wash, a date on May 21, and of course, the candy apple sales. I only Wish that more juniors would have got- ten involved and con- cerned in their class. Randy Fong fl to rj Randy Fong, Pres. , Kathy Donovan, V. P. , joan Small, Sec. , Kristel Sellrnan, Elec. Rep. not pic: Alison Cohen, Treas. P R I SOPHOMORES We are ending our third year under flexible sched uling. Aragon is still somewhat "the great ex- periment", but in many Ways xve've reached a point far beyond experi- mentation. We can all, teachers and students plike, take much pride in lour school. F F I Dinah Pres chet E R ftop to bottomj Dinah Freschet, Pres. , Tim Feder, Elec. Rep., Pete Schouweiler, Treas., Pam Share, Sec. not pic: Tracy Gerber, V. P. .3 y l Mi Spirit and apathy are two Words constantly in use in dealing with school government. My belief is that "student government" has an identity crisis. What is its purpose? What should our objectives be? Many questions are being raised. My hope is that we will begin to answer some of these this semester. We have a great class and We're off to a beautiful start. My hopes for the coming years are high. 74! Andrea Zigman FROSH Q1 to rj: Sec. Cindy Hanrahan Pres. Andrea Zigman Vice Pres. Cindy Lee Elec. Rep. Kandy Kane not pic. z Treas. Cindi Levin KY DERSVSARAGO TWGDERS Jill oo 9 -I I ,941 above: Mr. Therkelsen, Mr. Breaux, Mr. Bolin, Mr. Wilcox, Mr. Herbinaux Qand friendj below left: Mr. Willard, Mr. Bolin and Mr. DeLurgio below right: Mr. Breaux puts one in as Mr. Taylor fpartially hiddenl and Mr. Wilcox look on. M We .,.:o.o 3m W l, if Q I Mrs. Hickey fabove lefty does her thing as Mrs. Powell and Miss Meding Qabove rightj watch. We GNC S Hoa Q 3 . f M.. ,,,, "QF"-'I-'Hump'-...,,,,-......W, , 4 My Min Vwkyh H ,,......-my-+v above: Mr. Rydingsword, Mr. Ray fgetting the tipj and Mr. Silva. below: Mr. Williams below: Mr. Burke ff fi w 6 4' , "" A, YN- XR wmmi, K.. f Si.-. S' 1 SE NIORS ,yy 3,51 A59 js I 'Sie saw idk 9 X ggi f X . fr-f. gym. .f nf-. , .div 1W'!.N:.ff, ' MST' xi J. , ,R 3, ,Q . ' 'all' an M, K -mvxwmf . 'wx y T .41 Terry Bartges and Margo Facchin Sue Zieker jim Hesketh and Karen Rucker Serene I fold my hands and Wait, Nor care for Wind or tide nor seag I rave no more 'gainst time or fate, For lo! my own shall come to me. -I. Burroughs ,g 'fi f AN K Ni 5 fr if 33 t --.. , C O 8 V, - . 151 055-rfvff' fat QM! I t ,Q X, :Qu 4' M figs! , Q, ,Q W if 5 Jf3?i3??kf?9432f:s fz3u,42i fu K 3 W Ni, , lk i i . F it 31 3. . :,.,g ' .M ,W- bove: Tori Keizer, right: Peter Robertson, below: Steve Lee 1555? 2 -.iifwffil-11' -521. , 03 - e".' We :fm Y Q iifsf ,'-' f - 1 ' iff 1 . ,Q K' M. ww , if ,993 ea' ,gg - 'uf I 11. j F. -1, J -he - H . A 2 132 , , i K gig? : '35 1 2.51-W ,J " Q ,1 'E EE , . A-V f ' ii i ' gf ya i y: 2:2 ci' :k,g.xfn'i SENIOR POLL 1971 No one respects a talent that is concealed. --Erasmus -l- . ,, gif :sr A. , ,,, ..,, mg, .555 . I , ,... 2 Ziyi ' PM ..4- '.,g.1-ntl? Q . W IE c 5 S W ,,,, M1 I ' -1 ' lf a. ,auf I! gt P far left: Couple of the Year--Mike Elliott and janet I-Iitz left: Most Spirited--Karen Mendelson and Alan Yee center: Most Individual-- Russ Dehnel and Alison Petty ' 9 A . ff- A g 4. lvww ff ,Lk . Q . A , K , ' 11 figfqw 3 ,JJ-V ' 3 , ,,. g A - 4? YJ,- f' Y 1 gy -9 , f K W-.Wylx :z My . iq, begs' I 5 Y, 7 I. . AM' L ,gg-vfzr. , jj-:Q Nb 1 F K ., , M if .L Z E. ,T iw .1 WW: H- ,. -' ,Nr , , x rx 1, 1 ,fl ni N 'A af, S lf, .f Q K , y r f u 1 5 Q I in -sd, W ' A ' A Q s .f i MLW , X lj :X f GH E - 'F Vx ,I ,LV " 77 QW r E, Shyest Kay Fuller Dick Taylor af, center: Most Likely to Succeed--Shelley Cerasaro, Barry Goldman, and the White House. top right: Most Athletic--Tony Matisi and Sally Vaughn bottom left: Most Intellectual--Carole Grannis and Travis Craig Bottom center: Most Talented--Rich Wistrich and Nina Coslow bottom right: Most Reliable fsomeone you can count ony-- Liz Wolfe and Marc Nelson K -"- 'vs V ' K WY M fsmmql 13-4 ff' , in .f - A-.1 'K 5' X 5-wg N 3--s. 1 , qv-mimi-1,fv4A'-F-'i?lQ'i'v? f W ' g ,f A 5 -- f z 7 f w S, L P New f M o f 3 5 l f 77 I , V, y . il A . as V, 3, go il ,WMS LA. uf-A-W-.....,f , -.-.-,,,......,,,f p K Y 9 f E .--H-"""" ,,,,,..,.-M-f Q X? Jr? .. , 55'Ei!:-EE ., X,g,.,qi wfwsggfggzgs, eff ,, 4, -- - Qi ' allay 1 ' , , . f f 3 3 N ai 'vig i f ,J SN. 32011 W7 T if ff , W 2 M 2 l eigyz. ' ' if 4 Nw 4 if if iam g X FEW' 3, 3 firm 'YQ 9 ' H ,gwwfi ., Ai uz " lr WN above: Most Admired--Greg Komisarek and Patty Martinelli top center: Friendliest--Lilita Cohen and Lyle Schmidt top right: Most Generous--Steve Godwin and Sue Zieker bottom center: Wittiest--Ginny Sweatt and Kurt Peterson bottom right: Most Conservative--Denise Weeks, Richard Nixon and Fred Bongard not pic. : Most Liberal--Arm Hyink and Larry Frakes 136 MTF LINC I-3 . 3 A ,ff ,QQ J X. 4. ggjd xx! ..f-' 'V' right: Biggest Flirt- -Terry Bartges and jan Eller lower left: Best Smile--Ron Noyes and Sue Spencer lower right: Most Expressive Eyes--Molly Newlon and Steve Jeffers far right: Best Looking--Craig Merrill and Barbara Potter far right bottom: jolliest Laugh--Dick Glasson and Claudia Batey 0 ,dh Let us not overstrain our talents, lest We do nothing gracefully: a clown, What- ever he may do, will never pass for a gentleman. --La Fontaine bers Grids, Christmas Formal '69, big games, best friends, Clarence and 'bunky', weddings, showers, the B. G., and many special mem ories with G.A. "Is that all there is?" ELIZABETH AGI-LASSI ALFRED AGUINIGA iff HELEN AGUINIGA KEN AJURIA JIM ALDERMAN TANIELA ALIPATE RICH ALLEN--Rich remembers Aragon-Mills- soph, Candlestick with the ABC and Coors, Burger, Big Three's with the DeLurgio, cooking, API, NBC , tires, the pumpkin comandoes, and Christmas trees. RUTH ALLEN via JOSEPH ALTIERI--"O royal subjects of Aragon, Beware! He who is known to be wise, claims little. He who claims to be wise, knows little. " Wm LORA ANDERSON MICHAEL ANDERSON MARILYN AEDO --Marilyn remem - ua-"W RICHARD ANDERSON JACKIE ANKELE VALERIE APPLETON--Val recalls rainbow, Sir Richard, Rogue River and Mariners, Pebble beach, Euro '70 and friends. "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. " Rm .fl ...ff 'KW CARL ARNOLD NORMAN ARSLAN RONNA ASHLAND--Ronna will W" always remember the "B.G. ", SKNAB, Yac, formals, receptions, and most of all, August 20, 1970 and a certain someone in Philly. ,pw-f DONALD BASS CLAUDIA BATEY PATTY BECHTOLD--"Both pain and ecstacy carry equal weight and importance, one is the thin thread that leads you through the other. " IW' 4 JEFFREY ATKINSON AMY BAKEWELL--Amy remembers the L. H. C. , slumber parties, Eden Roc, Yosemite, a fantastic sophomore year, 48 hours, beach house january '69, Junior Prom '69, Hawaii, Banff, Savage '70, and wonderful friends. KENNETH BALL LAURA BANKS BARBARA BARANISHYN--Barbara will always remember Europe '68, Mariners, skiing, Funny Farm, D.M., D.F., QL.F. j 2. "Life's experi- ences cannot be measured by quantity but by quality. . . " DIANE BARKER--Diane remembers great friend- ships with the Mad Mouth, a beautiful affair with "the man", and wishes to continue it in the heart of her property in Dallas. STEPHANIE BARR OWEN BARTEL TERRY BAR TGES--Terry remembers the band and Grand Canyon, Saturday football games in the mud, soccer, Kurianowicz, bad food and Spanish. QNX. T555 p ,,,,,a BARBARA BENNETT--Barbara remembers little pizzas, fun nights?, mileage, 2nd best, graceful flights, open you.r eyes, special trades, shepherdsllsale, parties, Mutley's, camping, Temple City, farstoned, laughing and lst graders. ESTI-IER BERMANI CATHY BIASOTTI SHARON BLACK SI-IELLEY BLACK BASHAWN BLATTER LARRY BLOCK CONNIE BOLLS LORA BOLYAN--Lora believes the greatest pity she has is for he who has lived through others' eyes 5 for he knows not his own tune, only the music of others. 5 WM' ALLEN BECKER JOAN BEIRNE--joan remembers a lot but she's not going to tell anybody. LESLIE BENELLI FRED BONGARD--Fred remembers the calculus, the biology, the chemistry, gone but not forgotten, and many things yet to come, none easy, but all similar to his experiences now only memories. GAYLE BOTTIMORE--Gayle remembers parties on the front lawn, soph year, beach at night, Dave, the yellow baby one, Froolys and Idaho. Her plans include mav- eling and going to S. F. C. C. PAUL BOYD SUSANNE BRANDAU--Sue remembers the tank, night games, Serra, "Bottle of Wine, " cigars, GRA, 5-1-70, a truck, the JP, summer '70, Chumley, rallies, confetti, senior spirit?, a nickname, powder puff, and friends. SUSAN BRANDENBURG RAYMOND BRENDER 47- 'Y-G-f E , ,,,,,1 ' QQCPMM ERIC CARLSON NOEL CARLSON ALLAN CARPENTER f?l .p v. .f A wr 1 CHRISTINE BREWER STEPHEN BROWN GREG BULANTI ANTHONY BURCH H?63j--"Man: seeks peace yet makes war, craves love yet enjoys hate, thinks himself wise yet his story proves dif- ferent, refutes God, when will he learn?" NAGA BURIOVOY MARIANNE BURNI-IAM RONALD CAMERON--Ron remembers a S20 '53 Nash, Mr. Ikuma's Superman Problems, and of course he could never forget What's her name. JIM CAMP GALE CARLI--Gale remembers "the blue bomb", Friday nights, Football games, powde puff, "Those parties", izona, 3f2O!70, A Capella, concerts, 201+ hours, a bus ride, "the tank", rallies, skiing, and friends. T577 inf- M- I 5 4-39+ DENNIS CARROLL JEFF CARTER--jeff's advice IS 'open your WILLIAM CASSADA PATRICIA CATOMER RICK CELOTTI--Rick remembers Mr. Keuter's junior English, big parties, and back home in the gym - "71" rules. SHELLEY CERASARO--Shelley remembers Bayou Country, shad fishing, Tahoe has heavenly moguls, Cheerleading, Delicage Dego Decision, counseling, my senior amigos, that cowboy, the great American critic, Menees IV, outside the frame, and P,M. happiness. DEBBIE CI-IARLIP MILTON CI-IIN CLAIRE CHIOSSI CATHERINE CHRISTEN TOM CLARK PETER CLAUSEN SEAN CLINTON JOHN COGGINS .Grimm MICHAEL CARUSO self to the Lord, because He can make your life more beautiful and exciting than you have ever imagined. " If A q,,,...1 f . , -f, fn , RZLJ Sake P-aj A Hr? K SEQ si IS Sia- we- 55.15 wa f . ,, igfggyxg f- 'ff ' . f.,:mg,1e::k wr.: 5 dwg-2 ' if X ,.agiii-A - - vi' , : ': ': g5?:iQ3w ' ,Y 'f V?Li?lA. A R157 .111 er ei 2: me mm gag e If-.il-: I , : F X3 will IW . ':-1555.::' ::sI- ,:- -3 Lf.. -:. .-: :Y I Ji Vi' ww. Q LILITA COI-IEN--"Lita" remembers grow- ing up and understanding. . .we must abandon our security and face an unknown future. CATHY COLLINGS--Cathy remembers her sophomore year, an SS. OO broken scapdish, and the Airport. BRIAN CONDON Qin ,M 1 fix .ingxw QU-'iw' K? -X . 'V an . . ar' Cf ' JUDY CORNELLIER CONRAD CORPUS NINA COSLOW SHARON COX TRAVIS CRAIG--Travis remembers all the work and last-minute feelings of impending doom. M ICI-IELE CR ISTE JOSEPH CUA CHERYL CUMMINGS DAVID CUNNINGI-IAM MIKE CURRAN FOREST DARRENOUCUE TOM DAVENPORT and Fred? !? LORNA DE GUZMAN 216510. DAN DE LA CRUZ HELEN DEMICHIEL STEVE DESANTIS--Steve recalls Berryessa, the Byron Boys, swimming in the summer, and among other things -what's her name? His memory is short, so - you can't Win for losing. "Good-bye". JOE DEVITO RENEE DE WOLF--Renee remembers two blondes, a tall one and a short one, that hold strange contests, Oh Chumley, 20 miles, somebody deceivingly sweet and innocent, and being a clod in chemistry. JEFFREY DIAS DENISE DIBETTA STEPHEN DIEHL LAURA DI QUATTRO--Laura remembers frosh year, 4-27-68, Fishie, 8-3-70, the tank, 9-14-70, "buzz", Sue's bar and grill, Ki-Ki, chumley, rallies, and the spirited class of 71. MQW COLLEEN DAVIDSON--Colleen re- members "j.V. 's", snails, typical Molly, Colleen times, I.P. -Grid nominations, C.N.O., B- Stxeisand, V-cheerleading, crying- laughing -always cheering, "l'Ve got Church" competition, Basketball, sailing, special 1524, "Whole Bunch', RUSSELL DEI-INEL--Russ feels that this is not Russ Dehnel, it is student 'V-...a4F' fm, PM vw ,1-' DEAVRA DIXON--Deavra remembers basketball '70, memory lane, Sausalito with Marcia, trips to beaches, "doerky", far-out friends, yellow river, football, and oh-thank you Laurie. BARBARA DOOLEY--Barbara would like to extend her most warm and sincere thanks to Mr. "Big Ben" Denton and "my wonderful friends who made Aragon worthwhile and bearable. " CLAUDIA DRUCKER --Claudia recalls rise and fall '67, a song, zoo, Grid '68, 17 roses, 5f17!69, jr. Prom '69, 774769 and aftermath. . . T. P. - ing with Nolte, Spain '70, a scare- crow, Badooley, Acapella, Arizona and goodtimes with john. ,os 3, .ab . YK! CLAUDIA DRURY--Claudia re- members laughter and tears, true friends, parties, basketball games, crazy times with the Gang, Christmas Formal '68, Junior Prom '68, Clearlake '68, a certain red Opel and always Marty. IVIARC DUININIIT SAMUEL DUNHANI aug, it i we CAROL FERGUSON--Carol remem- bers a fifteen step friend, a fifteen mile friend, an empty side, a driving hang -up, many new friends, a few lost ones, a special friend and a future wedding. VALERIE FERGUSON WILLIE FERNANDEZ is NAN DWYER JAN ELLER CLARK ELLIOTT MICHAEL ELLIOTT JOHN ELWARD--john remembers participating in Varsity Football and wrestling. MAXINE ENGELMAN--Maxine remembers Leos quacking in the woods, Chinese letters, air- planes, Hallonites, 10B with R S T, games people play, Agoura, tell-tale diary, mad wheels, and important friends. JOHN EVANGELHO KEN EVANS--Ken recalls Kurt P. 's party, "roofin it during one of my inebriated spells," Molly's strangle hold, the broken axle, Bil1's Shava, Mr. Rittenour, the Fish, and Buzzi. MARGARET FACCHIN--Margo says thanks to the gang for making this year the greatest. She will always remember the parties and that I I weekend at Chico. l'Be good toMr. Sunshine, . . 'Wir BARBARA FRANKLIN DAVID FRIEDER--"If I am not for myself, who will be? If I am only for myself, what am I? If not now--when then?" KAY FULLER--Kay remembers conquering the candy bar trade, "Bubbles on the Ranch, " ski trips, drive -ins, quack-outs, driving lessons, learning the ABC's, pumpkin pies, and her amazing friends. JANET GABRIEL--janet remembers May 22nd, 1970, Superman, barely making 20 miles, major truth session, the Far East, Tori's cabin, Central Park and. . . Roberta Drive! DAN GALLICK BARBARA GALT--Barbara remembers the Triumvirate, day camp, summer '70, G many great friendships. "What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. " WILLIE GALVAN SHARON GARMAN JANICE GASTON--jan remembers JP Queen Nominee, Eden Roc Year, L. H. C., pom-pon, A natural High, M.N., A. M. , G V. F., Yosemite, the beach, drive-ins and parties, and her 'ole job. Fred??! ldii 'Q BRUCE FIFE GEORGIANNE FORMAN " ' CHRISTOPHER Foss--chris remembers A fi Joint Sessions, '69 Big-Little Game, Sausalito, the road to Carmel, and Good Friends BECKY GATCHEL--Becky remembers formals, good friends, fun nights, football games with "the gang, " but most of all 11f1f68 and all the special memories with Steve. ANDREA GIAMO--"Love is the law of life. To love is to fulfill the law. And to fulfill the law means eternal peace and everlasting happiness. " CHARMAINE GILL--Charmaine will never forget her Freshman year, Pee Wee's, I. T. E, I. P. and all the gang. She plans to live a happy S long life with Dan. RICHARD BROOKS GLASSON--"Between the desire and the spasm, Between the potency and the existence, Between the essence and the descent, Falls the shadow. " MICHELLE GOBBO--Michelle remembers "the bench", the El Camino, "navel", a Camaro turned Porsche, "snicker-doodle day", and Scheme Airways flights to Berkeley. "Book-em!" STEPHEN GODWIN flu , YN 4 'fl 'r 'ir -w ' I tr? ily 71154 twa- 'Dx ' 13, 2 uf JEFFREY GUILLORY BEVERLY GUREVITCH GEORGE HADRES vp, ,is BARRY GOLDMAN--Barry remembers Buck Shaw Stadium, Aragon 14 Cap 8 fNailing Hernandezj, Butkus, Sugar Bear, Bar, Cheerleaders, Tackle Eligible, some Women, and too much respect! RUTH GON ZALEZ--Ruth will always remem- ber parties on the grass, Michelle's house, semester at Hillsdale. Her future plans are to live a long and happy life with Lanny. CHRISANNE GORDON--Chris remembers being drenched in the rain at CSM, the city, art, six months in a cast, and most of all Mr. Latin for his help and kindness. JOHN GOULDING--john remembers Buck Shaw Stadium, Basketball, john Lyman's Cabin, Sue and gre at times with her, great people, and good times. DENISE GOULET CINDY GRAHAM STEVE GRAHAM--Steve remembers "Fish and Toads", obligations, drama, blowing Mr. Ikuma's mind, amateur lapidary, 1ack's credit ratings, and haunting the English Office until Pay day. CAROLE GRANNIS--CJG remembers the triumvirate, Bobbsey twins, following and being followed, fumigating me House, laughing too much, embarrassment, almost and then, adventures with 5452, and friendships. "Suum Cuique . " DAVID GUIDO fig fx iwwil ' it .F V 1 ,av- L ,M i J? TED HANEY DEBBIE HANKINS--Debbie will always re- member Disneyland, 8f26f69, 102 letters and being so far apart from that special some- one, Danny. JEFF HANNAN--Jeff remembers Willie Williams standing in the shadow and leav- ing to Mexico on his cycle during finals Week in his junior year. ANDY HANSON--Andy will never forget the Drama department and all the weirdos in it fMr. Bell and Mrs. Kj, P.B. for coming, the brushoffs from C. H. and the "showdown" over Marcy. Thanks C. C. and crud. PHIL HART SAMUEL HASEGAWA--Sam remembers Chemistry, racing down from C. S. M., a German, a Dutch, a Swede, and also some real smart guys. TIM HAU--Tim remembers HRC, Math contests, Yearbook, Photography, "Mad House", American "soccer", Pete Lawrence, Willie Williams, "lronside", Heline, Norm. "Study for the love of learning". NEIL HAYES--Neil remembers many stones, Swings, what to do with the cans, Lady Alcoholics, 1f1!7O, a dead 52- Friends to turn to, My Brothers, and Lynn, Happy Trails to Carry On, "For what it's worth. " NORMAN HAYES SALLY HEAD CARL HECKIVLAN PAM HENRICKSON me SONIA HAGA--Sonja remembers nine in a locker, Karen, '68 football games with bench gang, 9f27f69, X-mas formal '69, and being "happy together" with Tim. CAROL HAHN--Carol remembers many new friends, football and basketball games, muddy walks, ski trips, just Friday nights, her junior year,"the tank", lectures in the L. T. and Disneyland. MARK HAILER--Mark remembers the band, Arizona, classes, reg rooms, friends and talk during his stay at Aragon. 'fb- A-' P ' v..f'f' ' W' Wx ig 3 ,gl . Y' liar' ,rin -nv, 5... L gl 5 'VICE' acl?"-' jf-.. V? -qt., 'fx .L ,,.,..,. ,..,,.., W .,,., .,,,.r,. , . 'wif' 352122-is . .:"f-are - RICK I-IERNS--Rick thanks his friends, "Those who prepare for all the emergencies of life before hand may do so at the expense of joy". JANET HITZ AUDREY I-IONCO--"Meanwhile these three remain: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love. " 4-M 1"- fx fix JOHN HOOPER CONSTANCE HOPKINS--"in time of all sweet things beyond whatever mind may comprehend, remember seek fforgetting findJ" e. e. Cummings CINDY HOSIER ELIZABETH HOWE--"Los que saben no dicen, y los que dicen no saben. " LISA HOXVE ROBERT HURST ANN HYINK KIETH IMAIVIOTO PATTI IWASA--Patti remembers beach parties, spring conferences, out of town meetings, basketball games, long talks with good friends, being too short and the Japanese gang. MAR TIN JAFFE HERMES JAMES JENNIFER JAMES--Jennifer remembers Susan, Mr. "Bemidji", Swenson's History Seminar, Butch and Sundance, Rozanne, the Bolt Brothers, Mr. Parker's "Shylock", and a wonderful sophomore memory of Prospere Bijl. KARIN JANIS--Karen remembers her Sophomore year, summer '70, "Duck", Lula's Waterskiing lessons, chairlifts, turtlenecks, "Magic Christian" interruptions, Chico Fraternity and growing up. "What- ever's right, Gang". STEVEN JEFFERS--Steve remembers conquistadores and Dons, Big Mark mer '70 -Dinnerand Wolfschmidt, People-KE and SS, a yellow rose, STEVE JENNY--Steve Emembers colleagues in the library, Delta C lub . Beautiful People-SC and PM, Special Friends, "Everybody get Together. . ." boating, flying with the Pioneer RIC yvvffgv 4 , 1 "Nr Cabrillo, SBCL Champs '68, Football- ' HW ' ' L, rv Q W v and Bone, Transition, PIP '70, sum- r.i- VM' I TOR -ALF JOHNSON--Thor remembers the 25' band, Where's my sandwich. . . ?, Heavenly? and Squaw, Halloween. . . , smoky and Almanure, gymnastics, Oregon, and the combination of moose steak and Dalua. DANA JOHNSON DEANNA JONES MICHAEL IOR DAN I-IIROKO KAMIO U 'Yau-.rvxi t is 3 'iff , , Wi.. if I 1 - 'ft fs it A 3.91 EVADEEN KEILLY--Evadeen remembers the daily hassle, weekend adventures, Vancouver I white sno-caps at Tahoe, friends you could depend on, "a-jaX" to G,R,A,, my camaro and the greatest day of all, April 16, 1970 - Mac and she, forever. Wx ' ,M 'figfyf VICTORIA KEI ZER --"Finally, brethren, fare - well. Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peaceg and the God of love and peace shall be with you. " NANCY KELLER--Nancy says thank you - through loving has the universe revealed it- self, and she will tell it, and think it, and live it and breath it, GEORGE KELLY so-5. ff' 5 .Egg T.. 'af' it ELAINE KILGORE--Elaine recalls animals, people, philosopher, England twice and ' Garfunkels, Baseball games, G.B.V. and an ' red, yellow bug-beach-Judy, accidents, ' 'F cars, letters, love, wedding eternally U-Iollis and additionj, and the future. F' DAN KINKAID ROBERT KIRCHNER--Robert recalls lost band music, two poor imitations, sea-weed and other delicacies, a 7:40 class, and the old silent library gang. fw' Q Y n , sv vm. CHRISTINA KIRCHNER HEIDI KIRCHNER DAVID KIRKBRIDE Ykgf R LAURA LAMBERT DAVID LANDECK FRANCINE LANDES 1" Q Yin MARK KIRCHNER--Mark remembers Rip, Sam and Link, the Huff, the inseparable three, Millie and the Dime, the Hick from Borger, the clan, the mouse and Klondike. DANA KIRCHNER--Dana remembers I. V. foot- ball - 5 weeks late, Mars, stare-downs, the Dallas Boy-Boysg the mouse and little one. JENNIFER KOEHNEN--jenny recalls S. M. ski trips, beach parties, Tahoe '70, trips to Chico, hippless, Hey jude, good times with the gang and most of all October 4, 1968. GREGORY KOMISAREK--Greg remembers Keuter, Polk, Powell, Rianda, Fisher and all the unhungry teamers, and remembering. He says the people, the places and the subjects have enchanted him through -out the four years. BARBARA KRISTA JEFF KRUPP--"Cherish the good, learn from the bad, and always strive for understanding. " IOANNE KUBOTA RICHARD KURIANOWICZ SUSAN LAFFERTY--"Look up and not down. Look forward and not back. Look out and not in. Lend a hand. " vi Y xi- Q , , , r" " :ii 'fa '95 "1 v w Wm Am 1-aff if M ,I .Q we - gy f -12' - 1 we 21: ggi ' R wif-2 ,mfg are gba ,af R,w,RRi'w.,.m n- A ifwwvx I I " it -- ,Q J.. V, 1. -1. I. W R '52, M - 'T 'Z A . few? Hz- 'i H , Ag I. R i f RICK LARSEN I fn-RN, my . GREGORY LANG NANCY LANGE GARY LAPE I If LARRY LA 2 ZARESC HI DENNIS LEAHY .."':: 5i 1WfP3'- ek 1 222 3 --:laying 35,551.5 ' Ziff iw F:-is :-,,ZH5"'55i: W E R Q? is E Rfi? z?iegf2Rigw ,mz-R' .fe W .fe Q 411 'dx li A Sig jf va R , R y rea, 3 4 ai .3 ,gas Eau 1,55 My ,Z was 'Rl wi 2 ie ga RB, Q ,R WM we gags, QI, RRR R , isggimgag V ,.-me .asifi f fm, I mf ww V ,2,,,,,, .. M EW ' X ff ms. ', R OBIN LEDDY -4:'i.,,. if .f DEBORAH LEE STEVEN LEE BARRY LEVEY BILL LEWIS--Bill remembers 68-69 Varsity B-bali champs, B-bali party at end of 70 at Lyman's cabin and Mr. Diaz, swimming with the crabber and other eerie things, VaI's party and his good friend, the Fish. MARTA LIENHARD N. 32? IRQ w f W ws, 31 as P15222 ,N P22225 ww, R, -. Y , M., Zark K :I vw ,wh mf V ,ggi Q51 ii, in I .. . . ., ,IE .. , nv , 3 N X r R mum su. ,v mr. - , ,Rs ,, Nw? MQ R We 'S' if F E82 VIRGINIA LINDWALL--Ginny remembers graduating early, cutting home management lecture, P.E. with Connie and Karen, and most of all, the big day with Skip, jan. 31. PETER LOCI-INER PATRICK LONERGAN KAREN LUST PHIL LYON--Phil remembers the willingness of teachers to cooperate with the students and help them. "When one finds meaning in life, one will have found God. " MARCIY MACDONALD an ,, , 6 ai, Q1 , ry, ,, 4 . fy- 1 Qi . , M 5, -A ' ' I' fi we CQ 2 LIN MCELROY LEONARD MEEHAN--Len remembers the football games he went to and didn't see Blood Sweat EL Tears Fillmore Basketball pumpkins, Funnites. He says to make your Senior year the best, for when you leave, all you have left are memories. KAREN MENDELSON--Munchkin remembers Monsanto, a fantastic year with Bobo, cheri amour, green sweatshirt, freshxnan gang, I. V., snails, one big l-cill, forest rangers, Varsity cheering, Ross, favorite cousin, Highlands, high hopes and Fred? !? as 3 ! ini, 'M 1, 1 7 , ll..- ALLEN MAHNCKE PATRICIA MARTINELLI--Patty remembers hey jude, cheerleading, delicate dego decision, shava, a nice jew, inside and outside the picture frame, workshop, good people and Thoreau, old friends '70, indulging, red licorice, jet plane and Beep. ANTHONY MATISI GREG MARTYN JEFFREY MAR TYN ELIZABETH MCABEE--Betsy remembers the bench, naval, Steve, the El Camino, a blue volkswagon, Foster City, Belmont, Tracey's for lunch, a white cadillac, and friends. HOWARD MCCARLEY--Howard remembers a lot of things he 'd rather forget. PAT MCCARTHY KATE MCELHINNY ,,4..f- LANA MICHNO PENNY MILLER PETER MILLER MICHAEL MONCE SUE MOORE--"Remember, feet are for walk- in on whether or not you are doing the walk- S ing. Bye forever. " WALTER MOORE BR YANN MOR CAN ANNE MUSANTE--Anne recalls insane LHC parties, Eden Rock, a fantastic CNO, Disneyland '69, summer '70-Yosemite, I. P. '70, letters, dinners, screwdrivers, mistakes, a night picnic and Grid '70, LINNEA MYREN KEN T NAFF ZIGER MARC NELSON ALBER TO NEVARE Z i I 45 1 , ,I 5 remember the girl with the yellow tavern, i bathroom gang, high times with Paula, special memories with Dave and a certain mini-chopper. 2 CRAIG MERRILL f DENNIS MICH K' --,:-1,.."' 'WT WT! ..,:- 1 ,gz-, -1':' a 3I'- 3-fi I ,. - ' "'ii' rzf' rr' 2 'fin :1-r1 i ciii ' I'i " ,,,. ,W 'iw S we wr, fx yi? , 5, 1 I 't V' sr we , ik ff X X QE N 91 6 QE 1 If T N E Q s.,7 M 4. I , -1 - M ,. - .-.I .- -i .. -' -s rm .,...,... W D V, A 3,' 1: Y, M-ws ,W 'f'.:H:.IVril"ZEa25'!IY43E:3':E'rr' W ' fi . e" ?2 , rr f EIT'-1 ' fig' gr IJ: E rp I HI ,4L,l...,...r, 1 s s 3, :"'!'x CYNTHIA MERCIER--Cynthia Will always MOLLY NEWLON--Molly remembers I. V. and Varsity cheerleading, snails, twin- Colleen, 1, P. queen nominee, toe shoes, summer 70, beach, drive-ins, blondes, Ollie, LHC, CNO, Eden Roc, Cornelius Husker, letters and wonderful friends and Fred? !? DEBBIE NG--Debbie's memories include unscheduled time, "Teen Yee Moe Fooing", yellow-powered "soul", 88O's, runners, D. C., "dudes and dances with the S.M-G", "2612. . . weasel" and forever-Russell. NLARCIE NIEDERREITER 'WHY .xf1fM:!rv 'Uh H 23, ex ff dm A ff' 1' gm. 9-u.. F' ?r CHRIS NIERI NANCI NIESE--Nanci remembers all the times with people, changing, a strange bus ride in the summer, S.G. 's yellow, and doodling. JEFFREY NIMMO PATTY NOLAN NANCY NOLTE--Nancy recalls dance, drama, skiing, yearbook, newspaper, rallies, parties, friends, Napa, summer '69, candy bars, certain corner, and her eternal love to Mom, Nick, Mark and especially the Squad. RON NOYES--Ron discreetly recalls being robbed from the cradle, Moskowaskowitz corners, RGR, "1-oofin' it", Buzzwald, Byron's Boys, the Deuce, Berg, Plank, and the incomparable Komo. JIM OBLEY JAMES o'HERN SONJA OLSEN KELLY O'NEILL GERI ORCHARD--"A time to be born, a time to die" yet always time to love. For all her joys at Aragon she thanks "mon petit ami" Dennis, and always, Elizabeth. STEVEN OSMUNDSON KATHERINE PALMER--Kathy thanks faculty friends, and will miss, but not forget many familiar faces. I-ler advice to freshmen is "it's not forever, let the sun in! Peace. " TIM PALRANG DIANE PAOLUCCI--Diane recalls cruising in a Robin Egg, friendships, Cipollina, special memories, long tall-cs, Friday night, cry me a river, and the show must go on! DAVE PATTEN--Dave remembers his uninhibited friends at the rail, the different world in the library and highway 1. DOLORES PEAL DANEENE PECK MIKE PECKLER--"Aragon is a nice place to visit, but... " MARK PERRIN--"School--a distorter of imag- ination, a diversion from natural ideals and values. School--an institution dedicated to maturing, controlling and educating. School-- it's been a trip" ELLEN PETERS--Ellen remembers playing see- saw with Steve, a year at UCLA, Dance Concerts, Ellen's Eyes, Buns, Patty, bruises from june 12, '70, and the best is yet to come W eff MARY OUDIZ--"Love is our law. 4 Truth our worship. Form, our ' .'idi manifestation. Conscience, our guide. Peace, our shelter. Nature, Q "i ' 5 'if 1 1 our companion. Order, our attitude. Beauty, perfection .... 'C . f if GAIV Life." ,L we -Q DUNCAN PAGE--Dunc remembers: Football and "The Bench", Mars and staredownsg good ol' Mr. Howard, the Bobbsey twins, Dana and getting even, and forever Becky. CHTUSTOPHER PAGELS ! ' .nu Q is X ..., 4, if 337 : l f 1 V K.. My - KURT PETERSON--Kurt recalls solvent properties, 432, lucid rap sessions, college applications, and great friends. Sweet baby says, , J 5 pw. -'sn KZTT7' "The past is but the beginning of the beginning. " ALISON PETTY BOB PIERSON lx f yds. ww 'Wk acr"w. '95- eternity!" GR EG PR ICE DON PULPANECK BARBARA POTTER--Barbara remem- bers Grid Queen, friends, pom pon, May 2, 1968, a blue corvette, Laguna Seca, Santa Cruz, Nevada State Beach, and most of all the love and experiences with Skip. "For those who love. .time is 'Ssfsw 'jim ' 4--. J DALE QUEDENS JODY QUINBY--Jody remembers: Swimmers fT.H. Q, Aptos 69'--"White Florescene", B. Knight--"Beautiful", Tahoe--wet pants, Texans Shadfish, Cheerleading with TT, no no's and midgets, Grid Princess, Nov. 22, hoodlums, and always Bob. Fred!?! SUE RAPP DONALD REGELLO ROZANNE RElNKE-- Roxanne will remember David and his cars, the library gang, jennifer and her hopefuls, humanities seminar, las senoras Briggs y Cotter, crafts and Sue, and Citsalp International. DANIEL RICCI DAVID ROBB--Dave recalls night football games SM b-ball game, Yew St., Woodstock, Kurt's party, Leroy's parties, Bud, bust, Trinta, fun- nites, CSM, basketball, and especially the Base- ball Championship. BRUCE ROBER TSON--Bruce will always remem- ber the rail gang and of course the one and only Mrs. Noyes. Don't forget, "only you can prevent forest fires. " PETER ROBERTSON--Pete recalls Monterey, San Diego, Foghorn, Y. R. --725, Nov. '70, big red balloon, sunroof, Los Banos, the week JEFF ROBISON GREG RODOLARI LAURENCE ROGERS that was, the many quarters without his car. I I 2 W , K I , 7 5 , 'gk A .ff RICH RUFSVOLD , MICHAEL RUSH BECKY SACKETT--Becky remembers jude, B. C. , her family of friends and many changing forces: "Love is the law, Brother. Peace unto you. " TOM SANS KRISTAN SARCONI CONNIE SAVAGE--Connie remembers good times, PE, close friends, learning to accept things as they come. Connie plans to have a lot of good friends, and hopes to be with S. D. DORIS SCARBOROUCH--Doris will always re- member the trips to Mexico, Reno-and now she's finally married, thanks to Mrs. Studebaker, Yacqueline, and the "B,G. " YACQUELINE SCARBOROUGH--Yacqueline remembers Doris C., her new sister-in-law, Ronna, Laura, Shackelton, Rianda "B.C. ", She plans to spend her entire life with Tony S. JEFF SCHAUB Xin f 4-1. Xi I TED ROSS--"Man is controlled in society by fearg destroy fear, and you destroy society. " Dig it! NORMAN ROTHE KAREN RUCKER ' '-mi df .f"' '-pu-, L . f,,f W sz , Qin ,ff w ,e2iiZ3IL:v'??g 5X5"s4Tw. , , ' ":'l""i :3: l'ilH' I' lf ':I's'?'IA U PAULA SCIIICK LYLE SCIIMIDT--Luke 1: 79 "Christ came . . . to give light to those in the darkness of die shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace. " STEPHANIE SCHMIDT CHRIS SCI-IWERIN LAURIE SCOTT KEITH SELLERS 'Q1"" LORI SILVERSTEIN--Lori remembers "Always trying to find someone, but they never seemed to be around, " Oz-Rich, Claudia, New Year-s,'7O, and Hop'in off to L. A. "Take what comes and forget what doesn't. " BOB SMITH ROBERT SMITH--Rob remembers a few short but great friends, non-friends, Spring '70, football, roundball. "It is not how much one has, but how much one enjoys that makes happiness. " Tw ix CAROL SELVEY ROBERT SEYRANIAN JOHN SI-LEEI-IAN STEPHEN SHANE SCOTT SHANE DIANE SI-IEFVELAND--Diane remembers GRA Disneyland, Thanksgiving -New Yrs. '69, Ramblers, Chrissy-poo, Hawaii, LP. and 7 A.M. , Raydelle and Larry, i'Don's Rule?, puffers football, a revival, boozer's house, tutoring, double dates -eh Sue?, and rallies. "Happiness is like potato salad, spread it around and you'll have a picnic. " REBECCA SHORT GARY SIEPSER SANDRA SILVA 1 .- . - i B v A , 1 'gs' V' it . ig N ,- HELDI SROKA--Heidi will always remember parties on the grass, Browse, jerfle, and Anklebones. Her future plans are to love and live a life of happiness with Bob. KRIS STAHLMAN DEBBY STEVENS--Debby will always treasure four years at Aragon for knowledge, activities, and most of all, those fabulous friends, "Nothing is a waste that creates a memory. " HELEN STEVENS MARCIA STEVENS--Marcia will always remem ber one sophomore funite, El Granada, airport escalators, Mutley's, Newport Beach, and most of all, Wendy, for always being there. WARREN STEVENS--Warren remembers daring cross -country travels on the Ciao, the natives of Calistoga, 1595 Tarrytown, Carmel, J S G's, Sha-na-na, and twelve ounce Pepsis. KAREN STEWART MYRON STUMPF--Myron remembers "Maynard G. ", Baseball, CCS, a Reg. friend, Hillsdale Lunch, Gus, "12:OO noon", june '68, special tears, "A beautiful feeling", Lonely jr. S Sr. Yrs. , and warmth Z3 happiness with Heidi. GARY SUNSERI VIRGINIA RUTH SWEATT--Ginny remembers Chi-isunas Formal '69, library '70, Arizona friends, dance club, Berry Creek and long talks with Cathy, A Cappella S Madrigals with Mr. Denton, caroling in S.F. and a special rose. BECKY SWEETLAND--Becky wishes she could remember what she can't since what she re- members she'd rather not. She apologizes to those who never did and still can't understand her. GREGORY SYLVESTER--Greg remembers Var- sity Basketball 8 Mr. Diaz, his corvette, "Tildy," Red, Mt. Oly, Mr. Rittenour, a certain accident, Drive -ins with huskers, john Lyman's cabin 8 the b-ball party, S Sweet Baby Kurtis P. me ROBERT SMITS--Robert remembers the motor cycle trip he and jeff took to Mexico and Arizona summer '70 and all the Parties he went to with Lucy SUSAN SPENCER--Sue remembers Tarrytown Street, really special friendships and good times, Grid princess and 1 yellow rose, carnations, red balloon, S hamsters A promise for keeps! A lot of happiness HAROLD SPICE--"Keep your left up, your right in the nape of your neck. You don t earn your manhood beating Kersnar in GO' QHW GFS if 5 NANCY SYME--Nancy remembers unpredictable times with "the gang", all nite trips, Santa Cruz, Laguna Seca, week end in Chico, Rocky Racoon, certain class, nite swimming, skiing at Tahoe, Lulabell and Funny Face. MARILYN SZTO--Marilyn remembers Grid '67, parties, dances, soul bands, "Go-go dancing", "SSO", "The Rickshaw Runners' "Sad Girl", "Sukiyaki", Roadrunneis and a 442, "Mrs. Oldsmobile", Jimmy and always Brian. ROSS TAKAHASHI x A i DAVID TAMURA DICK TAYLOR IAN TAYLOR--jan will always remember the wfparties on lower campus, tree swing, and Michelle's old house. She plans to live a long and happy life with Bill. BRADLEY TEBO--Brad remembers baseball 4 years, championship 70, party, miscellaneous sports, C. -tease -Weird-M. , beach, T. P. -cop, 2 other freaks-"goosed", flexibility, "Not me l", and good friends. SHARON TENDICK--Sharon remembers Boulder Creek, Yellow Creek, grasshopper, OESC, beaches, Sausalito, detective, Grid '67, dubees laughing, Budweiser, drunks, leaving campus, falling, dams, 4 years of waiting, and her sister Joan. MARIE TESSIER DAVID THOMSEN SALLY TIBBS--Sally remembers a "Pattern, " "Symbolic Silver", special clays, cruising in a robin egg, funnites, 11-1-68, long talks, tears, feelings, and junior year. JOETTE TIZZONE LORETTA TOGNETTI MIKE TROY PAIGE TURNER DAVID UTIGARD SHARON VAN DORN JOAN VAN IDERSTINE--Joan re- members 2 lost years, Ants in the sand, gymnastics with S. L. , B,R,, Jan. 17, 1970, a certain green VW and always Ken. DON VANKIRK KAREN VANN ION VAN ZANTEN--jon will never forget TRACK, Miss jackson, Mr. Brandeberry, and his influence on him, but most of all, Colleen, and their special relationship, "Beware of the creek" good-bye, Fish. SALLY VAUCI-IN--Sally remembers walking to school for four years, the "Lf, Tank" to the beach, D-land, Dodge Ridge on Tuesday, Alma St. , paper hassles, trying to understand, dichotomier, dreaming, and Hawaii. WILLIAM VORCE DEBBY WALKER DALE WANG--"Though I speak the tongues of men and of angels, I am not of charity. I am but of sounding brass, or a tinkling cym- bal. " I-IEIDI WATKINS COLLEEN WATT SUSAN WATTS JEAN WEBER PATTY WEBER :UK YM,-7 DENISE WEBSTER --Denise remem- bers 3 forgotten years, Thanksgiving Ski Trip, A special friend, experiences with P. S. and friends. DENISE WEEKS STEVEN WEISS Y"""'r 'iw QN ALAN YEE--Alan will always remember good ole' C S D B-Ball, Schwimming, Charle P's Physio, Charle C and the H. R. C. jr, Prom, I-Iillsdale's Lunchtime Inc. , car wreck, ice machine. . .My head is hot? BARBARA YEE--Barb remembers Europe, Orient, South America, tearful talks, Patti Playful, Summer '70, "Anytime", dances, "Good for Something," "picky! picky! picky! " and all her wonderful friends. KIMBERLY ANNABELLA YOSHIWARA--"The stone which the builders rejected as worthless Turned out to be the most important stone. " --Matthew 40:42 7 V A 'd--' A BECKY WI-IITEI-IEAD RICHARD WISTRICI-I--Rich remembers Marcia, Grid 69, Scarecrow, Mrs. Knight, Arizona, Madrigals, Acappella, and of course, his special friends. "When the gift has been given, spend your entire life undoing the wrapping - then the present will be more meaningful. " ELIZABETH WOLFE--Liz remembers love for Bear, May 6, '70 and the happiness it brought, and good friends. "We are shaped S fashioned by what we love. " PHILIP WONG RONALD WOO--Ron remembers I-I. B., C. B., LG., and R. S. fnot necessarily in that orderj, the American Studies class fwhat a gasp, and Word for the people: Shanti. ' WENDY WOODRUFF--Wendy remembers cabins, dams, Boulder Creek, ropes wing, weasels, Tea hill, Perfect Alcoholics, Budweiser, parties, apartments, 1046 N. Kingston, special friends, trucks, thank-youMarcia, 1f1f7O--find' happiness Tom. LAURA WOODWARD--"Living is not seeing, to see is to be alive, but only when others see with you. " ROBERT WRIGHT PAUL WUSLICH--Paul remembers helping Mom with the P. T.A. and being in the sports program I-Ie plans to go to the University of Iowa and return home to start a wholesale paint business. GS., 49' K 1 PA TTI YUEN --Patti remembers Orient Summer '70, Masker- "Keep the Faith", "OOO Baby Baby," big brother's wisdom special friendships, Porsche 912, being together, and "somebody loves you. " SUSAN ZIEKER STEVEN CORVELLO MARK MCCARTY ABSE NTEES W Bob Acosta Jerry Adlin Robert Allyn Paul Barnes Andrew Barrows Byron Bilteau Cheryl Brandeberry Timothy Burns Bill Carlin Ted Carlson Henrik Christensen Roger Christensen Cathy Clarke Dennis de la Rocha Patricia Dillon Michael Dipuma Michael Dolgushkin jeffrey Douglas Kenneth Dowse Edith Earley Hilton Farris joe Fee Tony Feliciano Larry Frakes Kevin Gavin Helene Germain Peter Gilmour David Graham Richard Grimaudo Steve Grisolio Jim Hesketh Mike Howard jay johnson Judy johnson Bruce jordan Q Q P an y ,. . , .. .. -.1" 1: :-'5 5 " A ezrz 1 -v::-. :.- as is-re: as S ' ':"-' 5 r ' fr': M.W,..-,..n..,,a.,.-.,. M. ,B .. ,P . M .. is , aw.- H., M. ,, 7 RONALD DEMARTINI STEVEN I-IELLMAN REID GOYETTE i, ' ., U GA RY STRACH ABSENTEES Albert Kem Linda Knapp Kathy Krug Peggy McCurdy Kelly McGowan Donald Nystrom Keith Olsen Neil Ostrofe Debbie Row Thomas Robin Craig Rosenbaum Fred Saavedra Mark Seager Danny Shevchuck Thomas Siebenthal Kathi Siegel Mike Smith Vern Sturtevant john Sullivan Debra Sutter Una Tavake Lloyd Thivierge Tim Tolkach Kirk Trafficante Richard Troeger Glenn Tuccori Dean Walker Pamela Wallace Jeff Webbb Kim Wenner Nathan White Kirk Williams Robert Williams George Yamane Roseanne Young -1961 'Rl -5250- . -'vu ' 1 .. ' mm' 'Mt u iii, ff: ,?.g.,, 'A . 3-' '.-2-L+, " -'H f.-A-I'?.'w - '-Wir:-I-2 ru .'..:'.' nc.: v. -gk YQIZQIQTQIHQL, , '. . . . , , , . . W'-'. .-.wg ,.j.Qg.jr.' IB' ' Huw. - ,,.,.h.:.,. an ,, ng " T-1'-QQ I i 'n,'w"w"u -1 1 ,,-'M 'w:.j,fw. S1::u:u2:':'n .g.g. I-1. , " 41" 'Q ,,.,v -, , " .M 2524" .-ZH3-,N M,-:Qing-35" . .uv g.g,L,:.'.-g . 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I 13,4 f is ar. - - g fr i if a 5, f 4 r Il 52 S - 'X 1 Tom Daly Mike David Mike Davies Laura Davis Linda Debusk Bill Dewes Jay deWolf Glenn Dittebrandt Judith Dittman Ann Doherty Richard Droese Mark Drury John DuBois Marc Ducasse Scott Duncan jean Duranti Kristine Duron Vern Dutcher Mickie Egan Randy Eisenberg Forest Elliott Sharon Ellis Rita Encoyand Lynda Errington Pat Espinoza Mike Farbstein Tony Farris jeff Ferrario Scott Ferris Cathy Firpo Larry Fisher Charles Frakes Karen Franco Beth Fuller Paul Galvin Francesca Ganino Dawn Garces Ricky Garcia Steve Gardner Terry Gardner Kirk Garrett Bee Gault Tracey Gill Pam Glinden Kirk Godfrey Gary Goodspeed jennifer Goulding Rick Graham David Granzella Janice Gray Stanley Green Nancy Grimaudo jessica Ertel Dale Guenther Diana Guido Leon Gurevitch Cathy Hagan Setsuko Hagiwara Karrie Hanashiro Paul Handelman Rich Handley Cynthia Hanrahan Laura Hansen Dave Hanson Melissa Harvey Scott Harvey David Hasegawa Marcia Hause Larry Haushahn Gilbert Henderson Pat Heredia Cynthia Herns Sue Hewitt Donald Higashioka Marybet Hildebrandt Nancy Hilton Eileen H111 Nora Hodgins Ricardo Hudnell Mary Hurley Noel Hydorn Bruce lnn Kinne Ito Mike lzumi Steve Jaffe Lynda Jenny David Johnson Mike Johnson Deborah Jones Ethan Jones Robyn Jones Charlie Joyce Glenn Kalaveras Susan Kalinin Noriko Kamio Kandy Kane Joseph Kapp Sue Kemp Nancy Kirk Steve Kirk Gregg Kirkpatrick Julie Klinger Leslie Kohn Janell Komisarek Steve Kotake Dawn Krieg Brian Krowel Diane Kubota Jane Kujiraoka John Kwasney Bob La Plant Bill Learn Art Lee Cindy Lee George Leishman Bonnie Leong Cindi Levin Beverlee Levine Jill Lewis Joanne Liebes Lori Lienhard Mary Lintini Ron Loeb Jim Maggi Maura Maguire Cindy Mahan Bob Mahoney Jackie Malone Dane il Manina Tony Maniscalco Pamela Martin Laura Massa Sally Masterson Sandra Mathews Kathy Maxwell Joyce Mayers Jennv McAbee Kathleen Meehan Bob Mendelson Jody Merrill Bob Merslich Joey Michel in Greg Milakovich John Milke Mark Moon Brian Moroney Dave Morrow Anna Mosca Barbara Moulding John Mullen Liz Mullins Michiko Nakahira Andrew Naylor Brad Nelson Nanneetta Nelson 1974 w'1'11,,-1 - -YiPzg5,::- is an A ' Z., q Q ' is A ,.1 . , H 'J , tr E., ,ik il 5 Q - W W f i ,, . . i i ff , 3 . 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BSENTEES Mike James Sandra Johnson Tom Kells Richard Kershaw Ricky Kutulas Rick Lawton Dicran Lazarian Ben lopez Shawn Lovelady jackie Malone Cynthia Mijares Bob Milward Terry Moeser Dave Moore Linda Moran Sherry Moreno Don Vorce Phil Waddingham Kenn Weeks Tina Morgan Elliot Morse Bill Murphy Glen Nagtuno Mark Ostrand Janet Passey Deanna Rodolari Suzanne Seager Manuel S imao Debbie Sisneros Sue Sliter Wendy Stagnaro R. Takushi Donna T Neal Allen Angelie T P. Vince Victoria 1974 Steve Waxman Bill Weber Alan Weinstein Karl Westfall Lynne Whiting Ricky Wiesenborn John Williams Steve Williams jim Wilson Jeremy Witt Diane Wittwer Vicky Wood Tina Wright Kenna Wurtz Douglas Yee Richard Yee sf: www-ww-eq ilillllilli Y ADMI NI STRATI OP FACULTY :vi u,...,......f, Q W , .gs uw- - .,...4..,,, ,Wm , ' , ,M l +53 3 Q . '1 5 JT! I 45 -QV , . VN 4, aw ff 4 If A 1 9 ' ef""' 'Fl va, 'ms N.: ..-'OV' ! awfmmwmw wmmfazmxm wygiaigmilii ,. WW. ,Wi war me ,MW , in -- JM, ,.-ffw' It ? 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She prefers the Vending machines to the old-style cafeteria as dish Washing is eliminated. AT ARAGON SINCE ITS OPENING: Helmut Seifert, Herman Nadwornick, Manuel Cantinho, Roger Cantaloube. 1 I 2 E INSTRUCTIONAL MATERI OFFICE STAFF: Marian Cepernich, Inga Schwartz, jean Glover, jean McLaughlin, Bazzani. , Margene Noyes, jean Brady, Eleanor Stegeman, Lillian Jennings. I ,I LI' f'4"'-1' M -1, ' W , During Aragon s ten years, both the A as Ng student body and the building have ' A - fi grown, causing an increased Work- ,, M., - - ,ix The staff agrees that most of the students are "nice kids", but feels they could help out more to avoid the it r C litter problem and also show a little F X A more understanding and respect for ' T the maintenance staff and its job. AINTENANCE STAFF: Helmut Seifert, Elwin Nelson, Marie Salabert, Herman adwornick, Manuel Cantinho, john Dispenza, jim Carlson, Roger Cantaloube, dward Dickey, Charlie Nutter, Peter Soto, George Moore, Charlie Banks W "FK wssf' EPARTMENT: Dorothy Clark, Dixie CAFETERIA STAFF: Beulah Silveira, Mildred Gill, Greta Ahlvin, Verda Garbo. , i.,.r, if :.. ...:A II - . Q M V V ,5'i:.,:' . ,F H - ,i', ii l 93 STU DE T SERVICES Helen Brown and Alane Larsen, Counselors. standing: Ann Chase, School Nurseg Jean Franceschi and Robert Latin, Counselorsg Dr. Arthur Traphagen, School Psychologistg Downing McKee and june jackson, Coun- selors. Sharon Beatrice Mangold Fiedler v"""" 'K-.. BUSINESS W When Aragon opened for business, the Business Department opened with two full-time staff members, Mrs. jean Clarke and Mr. Ormond Heacock. Students had the choice of three business courses. This year four additional faculty members round out the department- Miss Anne Fife, Miss Electa Pohle, Mr. Tom Harney, and Mr. Lloyd Mast. And today's students at Aragon may enroll in over a dozen business courses either for personal improvement or as vocational preparation for full or part-time business employment. -- Ormond Heacock of HOMEMAKI C This year the Homemaking Depart- ment has gone through a change in curriculum. We have included courses such as Boys Foods and Art X of Living. The Homemaking course is no longer offered--in its place are Clothing 1-2 and Foods 1-2. This way, students have the oppor- tunity to elect one or the other course for an entire year. The ever popular Senior Home Management f"Senior Sex"j course is still offered with no lab. --Helen Studebaker ! ! l XY irir i-1 ta 2555 mv 522 '28 1 ,gk lg? , 1-,W,,.,,,W . M... ' ' .i 'V' i ow ua 4 am A... - x. L 'r 41 , ,zm l 2 3 4 fi 9 DQ il 24 5 K H O8 5 5 4 i 2 K X Q MATH fl to rj Michael Burke Sue Ellen Powell Miriam La Rogue Pearl Morgenstern Allen Anderson james Herbinaux Earl Connolley Charles Bennett p W MM : fnot picturedj: "' - V Kenneth Allen 'www Edward Diaz Robert Grassmyer john Mahaffy Henry Warner There have been considerable changes in the mathematics department over the last decade. I believe the math dept has accommodated to the changes taking place in our society, especially the changes in the attitudes and life styles of the teenagers. The math dept has designed courses for the students who haveiarithmetic difficulties: a basic math course Cwhich is individualizedl and a general math course. We have a course in mathematical topics which lets the student do his "mathematical thing" and arrangements have been made with CSM for qualified students to take calculus. ln addition, district math contests are held for students who are interested. Thus, the math dept offers a Wide range of opportunities for each student to fulfill his needs and interests. --james Herbinaux Fo keep pace with the chang- ng science picture, Aragon 04 las innovated, supplement- 'I 3, ed, and adopted many new if rrograms. Examples include is p hem Study, BSCS fyellowj, E x SCP, PSSC, Biology 3-4. l --William Larson fl to rp Robert Brandeberry William Larson Arthur Il-:uma N orman A rslan H ar old Bowm an Qnot picj: Harold Fearon ire Harold Huffman W 'M' S rr 195 X K -1 2-:---.-.am-5-:. -: .L -f W 34 'fr-Y -72"-.L fl to rj Barbara Bilek Richard B ell Li nda Torkelson Virginia M eding Robert Parker Peter Drob ac Scott Kersnar jack Shackleton Jerry K eut er James Price Grace Thom asf Van Joseph Leddy 5 X . nie ' ' 3 i L .Q-f. 'JA rr D " 3 l Leif H' if, In 1 A . K , Q, , 535- 1 g 'ig Y 1-I ' f t fx- kg 31,171 f Ten years ago, Aragon's Foreign Language department had 6 teachers and 644 students. Only the most excellent students continued to 5-6 and 7-8. The language classes were small but made a lot of noise. Now there are 8 language teachers and over 1000 students. Most freshmen begin in 3-4 and 602, continue into the advanced classes. We have large team -taught classes and small conversation groups. Language classes still make a lot of noise. --J. Cotter Looking back over our ten years as a school, the English staff can find many happy memories in terms of our associ- ations with students and teachers alike. As a department we are fortunate in that we have many teachers who have been with us from the beginning helping lend continuity and tradition to our school. Mr. Rittenour, Mr. Lee. Mr. Knees, Miss Meding, Mr. Bell, Mr. Price, Mr. Shackleton, Mr. Drobac, and Mr. Parker are the old "veterans" of the department. joining the staff a little later were others who have been with us for many years - Mr. Fisher, Miss Farquharson, Mrs. Ricks. Our "new-comers" include these young and "vibrant" teachers: Mr. Keuter, Mr. Kersnar, Mr. Murgo, Mr. Breaux, Miss Bilek, Miss Torkelson, and Mrs. Knight. We are all proud of our school and our department which through these ten years has tried to make English exciting and meaningful to all Aragon students. H --jack Lee ' i fl to rj Jack Lee, Phillip Fisher, Katy Farquharson, and Brooke Knight. SAFETY ED Safety Education is the study of driver education and training, narcotics 84 drugs, alcohol, smoking, home and community safe- ty and first aid. These units are taught with the hope that "Knowledge Gaps" will be bridged so that future endeavors may take place with maximum benefit to the individual and society. - -Wayne Taylor lto rj Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Coodhue, Mr. Taylor, Mr, Yerkes, Mr. Yukovitch. 75 if 45' EROSPACE Aragon's Aerospace Department is "up in the air. " With the inclusion of "live" flight and the acquisition of Snoopy's "Doghouse, " students have an opportunity to test their knowledge in actual situations. In addition to "live" flight, flexible scheduling has contributed greatly to the success of the aerospace program, pro- viding many opportunities for "In-depth" learn- ing in the many phases of the program. The next ten years Will see an increase in the value of the program as the aerospace courses con- tinue to offer a background for technical fields and provide a sound goal for continuing educa- ffl! . 4 L...e i , f E Clyde Huffm afn A..-at Earl Arthur C omio lley 114-um 3 tion. --Earl Connolley I R T S Richard Dale Keith . Ruppel Bassmagn Kennedy In the past 10 years the changes in the E content of Industrial Arts courses at V A in ,gig--4' Aragon have been many. In all areas f - We have attempted to update equip- ment and curriculum to keep abreast of changes in industry. The metals area has strengthened its Welding and foundry course content. A number of teachers have come and gone in the Industrial Arts areas, but each has left his mark of excellence in teaching each individual area. We are now moving into programs of more individualized instruction for the student. --Richard Ruppel 2?-'fa .4.....,,,t,,,,,r. isa ' 5 air V- 1, f 3 3 , L Dan V S Pet M Lacyl. 5 - a t . if STUDIES fl to rj Carl Rydingsword john Clancy jane Moy Arthur Welch Gay Swenson Harry Eagan Not. pic.: james Dunstan Lawrence Hyink Britt Williams Only Mr. Eagan and Mr. Hill re- main from Aragon's original Social Studies department. More than twice as many different courses are now offered in this subject area than were open to the early Aragon students. The Social Studies department has Worked with team teaching, lecture, and small group work since almost the beginning at Aragon. Many of the "innova- tions" employed at Aragon when flexible scheduling was intro- duced have heen practiced in the teaching of Geography, History, and Government at this school for ten years. The department has made a constant effort to re- vise and update its course con- tent and methods of teaching so as to make its efforts of more value to Aragon's students. --james Dunstan SOCIAL il xx SXXXXSN. Nl, Y. ff I W 4, dw Q H w ian .1485 P.E. Aragon's physical education depart- ments have been blessed by three recent additions to their teaching staff. The first is Nick Delurgio, a recent graduate from Stanford. Along with his teaching duties Mr. Delurgio is also the coach of the soccer team. New teachers for the girls this year are Leta Bakke, a graduate of UC Berkeleyg and Wilhemia Tribble, a graduate of the University of New York City. Both the girls and boys PE depart- rnents try to make physical educa- tion a succession of skillsg with the boys going from C's to A's and with the girls starting off with two years of basic skills in all sports and then progressing to selected sports in the last two years. S ? Q 5 fi 1 above: Larry La Borde above: Sonja Doerksen, Audrey Harrison, Margaret Thompson, Mary Ellen Hirsch, Leta Bakke, and Wilhernia Tribble below: Ron Bolin, George Wilcox, Bill Daskarolis, and Gene Gordon not pictured: Nick Delurgio 5 r below: Charlie Polk 2 r 5 t 5 at if . W eww' ' , . , ,A-V Q ,K ,Sl QE' Mk? ,Q Lfz., ' 12,7 wg? 3515, W- -- W ,.k. W it , I ., s, ' . above: Donald Crawford below: Walter Ray, Henry Rianda, and Dick Jamison ART A D MUSIC This year the band, under the direction of Mr. Revelli, and the orchestra and choral groups, under the guidance of Mr. Denton have arranged for the various specialized groups in the music department flviadrigals, jazz Band, etc. J to per- form in invitational concerts and competitions. This is in addition to the always excellent Fall and Spring concerts. Art department courses have expanded this year to include such things as filmaking, environ- mental sculpture, macrorne, and new pottery techniques. A system where teachers through- out the district make slides and tapes demon- strating art techniques for use as supplementary teaching aids is also being developed. And last but certainly not least the art department gained a new teacher, Mr. Walter Ray. below: Ben Denton and Elmer Revelli R '1f'?-.if -- 201 ..Qui..2'3.....'W - e 'V fx A Q ,1-2 M41 fy iixgdf ijlgii f X-??D742fQk2r4-ell. H' ,Q U ,If QW ,fu Wy, 5 Ex ' , , W sf V? Y ,U X N fam jf! X! X M 1 f X J RA X! 67 J fflrrw DH f mfg? ff ,f .ff 7 N t X' E y W JN Q52 V s X? my V If ff xlw xg J L yd A x IM? ialblxxml 5 rig? 4 f xp M f"'V XV' I I LXM1 f ff 1 .T ,J- ,fff Q rj ij fxfx vw X M' jj Q,ff ! Q we x X V' 2 ' N in -X 1 J :WD if ix 15 X gj4Lj,? xx X LX, W YQ fw 1 X V! 6 W ffx Kxjg, VYY- jig ,X-fy fbi, N XJ WK Nix W ex Q f 7 l wftw J gf M Ga IR EATIVITY 1 Q X M .Ei Q 1 ,Z ,H 4 2- Q . gr ' , fag, " .., PM ,.., g 5 5 3 I X , K KM V 177 ff!! ., fxridif A 5 ' ' if ' n f:w 4 X. ,k'f X IK 1 4 1 we 'QM fgtzf ' i N W 11: sf!! ffi, . fx , 1 ' M-U-Q. 4 ,V-H ,' A0 ' A 5-:L 5 N - CQ l 4f X . Q fi QQ f kg P i7 X PEACE ONTO X-X TRQQBLED Womb "In the creative state man is taken out of himself. He lets down as it were a bucket into his subconscious, and draws up something which is normally beyond his reach. He mixes this thing with his normal ex- periences, and out of the mix- ture he makes a work of art. " -E.M. Forster i saw a ship sailing on the ocean and decided it was the ship of dreams and hopes and love. the ship had no flaws nothing to make it stop. the dreams kept flowing and tht hopes and love of mankind came to me. i watched the ship, it was white and the mast stood above all and it reminded me of God. then the ship slowed down as it approached my world. my world of disbelief and no respect. i kept watching the ship and wanted it to come to me and take me away from here slowly did it turn and sail away back from where it came i suppose but it sailed away. vi-may vu 1"""""' fr ' 'fi . f , - ,L ,iw w-f an W ,,,. ai? iw I 1,-5fwQgWv1?Efv'f W, , a-HQ, VVVL I , Q - XV 7:f'y?f,"gMf: ew, , .. 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".'f,ra t X' 1J5.L xw - , -gp..-, ...,f. a lnside a soap bubble it is all Very clear for anyone to see that the World is made up of blue skies and green grass and bright starshine yes its all right there in color crayon scrawled by an impatient childish hand for what sensible grown-up would ever dream of puttin a tree here or a flower there or making the sky so blue and the clouds Whimsy-riding sea and sands, holding hands and the patter of tiny wheat on sun soaked field for fruited plain, if you preferb l'll have mine with cream and sugar, please your life is not a dreadful disease X only a splinter on mother nature's finger and you Will fester and grow until finally you are covered by the cosmic Poem by Susan Smith First place art work by Don Van Kirk 207 bandaid X ,iv ,-.ma --M . VHF- , if wg' s cf- 'W 1153. Q' f"'?4 A Q if ,E H 3.3L J EERE PM E 4 My V ' . .Qi P R' F., . ' O M E? , 5 a M. ff' .ffha 1. , 32.3-f':, ,PLS .- ti- t ,-5:3 :Qfglg M' 'M-fq"'f -Efw"7":'f'9f.ll-1.1 .i'i't'f. 1"5l.:f5' ff W 'W tif: 'A ,ff figiixiiitfgi iatlqfi- f.s-'i.g,-.-- Aiifjf-iff-4 ff""sn.,1y4,:b- -9' f is Q f w:ab.i:..i P -at fit 1:-P pi -f .-fu M . , ,V f. x ' A H 5'-,ral-1,' 1 ."", mfg, ,g Aw' fm el oia1lffedTi'1Y f'f15AE5.HfTQ if 'f' and Washed moonfkdrop 'soQ:ArpVfs"iQ,J1Jof1'HF1kHif5f?Qf ' gf '09 of half-dreams and ilnmide beds Eof deeisiZi1f E ' A ,my Sqrrowr is joy to the falling leaves covereqT"', A t Q P "iH2:i:Y1nsQ'1i glo P , unciemeach pasisinglmomehtgijf'4"Yj,4.l: "M w ilwh, ft -f-other ways? thiel y 'P ' fS'1i1sf,gai-4'd1g'a11f4amfe1fl':.i., smgggdmniwn Gfhorwhov ofa-1f1ghvugrg,ama1ng,e4' to torment my brain ' 12-'ffl ' ' w'i K ' reaching into-eternity to grabta piege f me my eye caught glimmer of a glista hope N, H sg W Ja' Fw h athedain the 'dafrkpegof hopwig .fy P it . , ' ., . 4- M ,.,,Dg -Q3 bg, , -W I ' ' - I 5 alted K 'jr-V ,. A A 1 -'gig' ,L 4, 'wif t 5, 35? " V Y X , Q 4 - W we 3 -' Q, W 5' 'R , M4 , .filo nHB9"i?gM,f ,K g gh V 'I f Y ,, w In Ki K I ali M.-L K 6 I M Q2 ,wk N :V ig, new I k, ' "' , PM 8 4- fan' 0 . . ' K, V I X 'M , ,ji ww t Jive ' W W V . .af ' o zz, f x Y, P P 'iff 2. P s W., . -Q f gh 1 be above: Photograph by john Rosenberg Iighfi Photograph by NO1'1T1aD L3HdGS Poem by Susan Smith Poem by Gary Siepser Z9- xx 208 And I would know that everything was all right But that was before The day I knew what pain really was Years of innocence go by Days of flying kites and white ocean waves To the children of these days there is left A hope A prayer A tomorrow When we write of our innocence And white ocean waves But we will know our kite flying days are gone art Work: Catherine Firpo poem: Don Coppock ss a sun ars G 1 ering lf gi.-'MQW QW, EW. 'W 'f if an Ya Wvss' R3 gxbde Q if it 5, xg Lvifffvsnf . kvxflfww V - bg v QV' va, 'Wa 31" by XG ev if If B 935 two flags EAA. S mud blood? right, iled -- the same way photograph: Marc Dummit poem: Diane Lazzari A little child Why are the And the answered And the child again Why are And the The Then answered Because sing so sweet . . . why? to be one of God s creations asked of the with men are answered in it brings pain to oth philosopher: i as one of God's creations pain to other meng then why did goes unanswered H012 1, aw . 963 Ofj An empty pen scratches empty epitaths from my empty soul to your empty mind between us lie the empty eons of eternity. Iwanclered lonely as. . . as a teardrop in a parade, as a foot amidst a forest of as a serpent in the The world is full each emptier OHS HIC from frorn 212 above: photograph by John Rosenberg right: photograph by Larry Weinhoff poem by Susan Smith poem by Tori Keizer my ambition. ulterior motive, to leave. es how Itriedl ' right foot left foot right foot in a forest. 25' -'aw-W win- gg E , f lx i mme, ,X - z w.,,,x , N.-.N-.M w-..m,l.N,,,W'M ,, Z 1 5 there am I - in a forest. to my f,,J"'K0... Qisgiii' JJPQFEG' Wgsifyx SM sz- wigfgg s , 'J 'Z X - ' , 4 ' K NA t z ,. I .1-,,.,mqv WAV, I s. , , . we f - 6 First place poem by Gary Hook Photograph by Norman Landes if if as Us lf - R' Do they have a democracy? schools? medicare? urban housing? taxes? most likely not. funny. . . but I've never seen a dissatisfied ant. . Photograph by john Rosenberg Poem by Tori Keizer 217 DEX SENIORS ACOSTA, BOB 166 ADLIN, JERRY 166 AEDO, MARILYN 140 AGHASSI, ELIZABETH 140 AGIIINIGA, ALFRED 140 AGUINIGA, HELEN 140 AJURIA, 140 ALDERMAN, JIM 140 ALIPATE, TAXIELA 140 ALLEN, RICH 71, 140 ALLEN, RUTH 33,140 ALLYN, ROBERT 166 ALTIERI, JOSEPH 140 ANDERSON, LORA 140 ANDERSON. MICHAEL 31.122,14O ANDERSON, RICHARD 63.140 ANKELE, JACKIE 140 APPLETON, VALERIE 43. 140 ARNOLD, CARL 141 ARSIAN NORMAN 122,141 ATKINSON, JEFFREY 63, 110,141 BAKEWELL, AMY 94,124,141 BALL, KENNETH 141 BANKS, LAURA 141 BARANISHYN, BARBARA 108,141 BARKER, DIANE 141 BARNES, PAUL 166 BARR, STEPHANIE 141 BARROWS. ANDREW 166 BARTEL, OWEN 141 BARTGES, TERRY 43,96,97.130,138, 141 BASS, DONALD 141 BATEY, CLAUDIA 96,97,139,141 BECHTOLD, PATTY 141 BECKER, ALLEN 31,44,119, 142 BEIRNE, JOAN 142 BENELLI, LESLIE 142 BENNETT, BARBARA 142 BERMANI, ESTHER 142 BIASOTTI, CATHY 142 BILTEAU, BYRON 166 BLACK SHARON 142 BLACK, SHELLY 142 BLATTER, BAS!-LAWN 75,142 BLOCK, LARRY 142 BOLLS, CONNIE 142 BOLYAN. LORA 89,142 BONGARD, FRED 3O,4O,43,122,137, 142 BOTTIMORE, GAYLE 142 BOYD, PAUL 63, 96, 97, 112, 142 BRANDAU, SUSANNE 143 BRANDEBERRY, CHERYL 166 BRAINDEINBURG. SUSAN 143 BRENDER, RAYMOND 143 BREWER, CHRISTINE 143 BROWN, STEPHEN 96,97.143 BIIIANTI, GREG 143 BURCH, ANTHONY 70, 73, 88, 143 BIIRIOYOY. NAGA 143 BURNHAM, MARIANNE 143 BIIRNS, TIMOTHY 166 CAMERON. RONALD 143 CAMP, JIM 143 CARLI, GALE 96,104,143 CARLIN, BILL 166 CARLSON, ERIC 143 CARLSON, NOEL 143 CARLSON, TED 166 CARPENTER, ALLAN 29,143 CARROLL, DENNIS 144 CARTER, JEFF 88, 96, 97, 105, 144 CARUSO. MICHAEL 144 CASADA, WILLIAM 3O,96,144 CATOMER, PATRICIA 144 CELOTTI, RICK 144 CERASARO. SHELLEY 33, 38, 124, 134, 144 CHARLIP. DEBBIE 144 CHIX. MILTON 144 CHIOSSI, CLAIRE 144 CHRISTEN, CATHERINE 144 CHRISTENSEN, HENRIK 34, 35, 166 CHRISTENSEN, ROGER 166 CLARK, TOM 94.96,144 CLARKE, CATHY 57,166 CLAUSEN, PETER 144 CLINTON, SEAN 144 COGGINS. JOHN 144 COHEN, LILITA 4O.136,145 COLLINGS, CATHY 145 CONDON, BRIAN 145 CORNELLIER, JUDY 145 CORPUS, CONRAD 145 CORVELLO, STEVE 166 COSLOW, NINA 134,145 COX, SHARON 145 CRAIG. TRAVIS 38, 39, 89, 122, 134, 145 CRISTE, NHCHELE 145 CUA, JOSEPH 145 CUMMINGS, CHERYL 47, 145 CUNNINGHAM, DAVID 145 CURRAN, MIKE 145 DARRENOUGUE, FOREST 145 DAVENPORT, TOM 145 DAVIDSON, COLLEEN 64, 66, 75, 84, 86, 146 DE GUZMAN. LORNA 146 DEHNEL, RUSSELL 46,47,89,122,133, 146 DE LA CRUZ, DAN 146 DE LA ROCHA. DENNIS 63, 166 DEMARTINI, RONALD 166 DESANTIS, STEVE 70,146 DEVITO, JOE 146 DE WOLF, RENEE 43,48,58,108,146 DIAS, JEFFREY 146 DIBETTA, DENISE 146 DIEHL. STEPHEN 43, 146 DILLON. PATRICIA 40,43, 166 DIPUMA. MICHAEL 166 DIQUATTRO, LAURA 146 DIKON, DEAVRA 146 DOLGUSHKIN, MICHEAL 166 DOOLEY, BARBARA 58, 96, 104, 108, 146 DOUGLAS, JEFFREY 166 DOWSE, KENNETH 166 DRUCKER, CLAIIDIA 96,146 DRURY, CLAUDIA 147 DUMMIT, MARC 30, 38, 39, 63, 122, 147, 204, 211 DUNI-IAM, SAMUEL 123,147 DWYER, NAN 58, 96. 108. 147 EARLEY, EDITH 166 ELLER, JAN 138,147 ELLIOTT. CIARK 147 ELLIOTT. MICHAEL 71,133,147 ELWARD, JOHN 70,112,147 ENGELNBAN, MAXINE 147 EVANGELHO, JOHN 147 EVANS, KEN 40,111,147 FACCHIN, MARGARET 130,147 FARRIS, HILTON 27,166 FEE, JOE 129,166 FELICIANO, TONY 166 FERGUSON, CAROL 147 FERGUSON, VALERIE 3O,67,132,147 FIFE, BRUCE 148 FORMAN, GEORGIANNE 148 FOSS, CHRISTOPHER 148 FRAKES, LARRY 79, 132, 166 FRANKLIN, BARBARA 96,97, 104, 119, 148 FRIEDER, DAVID 129,148 FULLER, KAY 133,148 GABRIEL, JANET 33,148 GALLICK, DAN 148 GALT, BARBARA 148 GALVAN. WILLIE 148 GARMAN, SHARON 148 GASTON, JANICE 28, 65, 86, 148 GATCHEL, BECKY 148 GAVIN, KEVIN 166 GERMAIN, HELENE 35,166 GIAMO, ANDREA 148 GILL, CFLARMAIN 148 GILMOUR, PETER 166 GLASSON, RICHARD 48,71,139, 149 GOBBO, MICHELLE 149 GODWIN, STEPHEN 30.48. 96. 104, 107, 122,137,149 GOLDMAN, BARRY 70, 134, 149 GONZALEZ, RUTH 149 GORDON, CHRISANNE 149 GOULDING. JOHN 116,149 GOULET, DENISE 149 GOYETTE, REID 166 GRAHAM, CINDY 149 GRAHAM, DAVID 166 GRAHAM, STEVE 149 GRANNIS, CAROLE 39,42,43,86,134, 149 GRIMAUDO, RICHARD 166 GRISOLIO, STEVE 110,166 GUIDO, GEORGE 149 GUILLORY, JEFFREY 149 GUREVITCH, BEVERLY 96, 97, 149 HADRES, GEORGE 149 HAGA, SONJA 81,150 HAHN, CAROL 150 HAILER, MARK 96,97,15O HANEY, TED 150 HANKINS. DEBBIE 150 HANNAN, JEFF 150 HANSON, ANDY 56, 94, 101, 150 HART, PHIL 150 HASEGAWA, SAMUEL 38, 150 HAU. TIMOTHY 30. 34, 35, 43, 86, 124. 150, 215 HAYES, NEIL 150 HAYES, NORMAN 150 HEAD, SALLY 150 HECKMAN, CARL 150 I-IELLMAN. STEVEN 166 HENRICKSON, PAM 150 HERNS, RICK 96,97, 151 HESKETH, JIM 130,166 HITZ, JANET 75,133,151 HONGO, AUDREY 88,151 HOOPER, JOHN 96,151 HOPKINS. CONSTANCE 151 HOSIER, CINDY 151 HOWARD, MIKE 166 HOWE, ELIZABETH 151 HOWE, LISA 96,104,151 HURST, ROBERT 151 HYINK, .ANN 137,151 IMAMOTO, KIETH 63, 151 IWASA. PATTI 151 JAFFE, MARTIN 151 JAMES, HERMES 151 JAMES, JENNIFER 151 JANLS, KAREN 152 JEFFERS, STEVEN 71,122,138,152 JENNY, STEVE 152 JOHNSEN, TORALF 96,152 JOHNSON, DANA 63,152 JOHNSON, JAY 166 JOHNSON, JUDY 166 JONES, DEANNA 152 JORDAN, BRUCE 166 JORDAN, MICHAEL 70, 152 KAMLO. HIROKO 152 218 KEILLY, EVADEEN 152 KEIZER, VICTORIA 33.48,131,152 209, 217 KELLER, NANCY 152, 215 KELLY, GEORGE 152 KEM, ALBERT 166 KILGORE, ELAINE 152 KINKAID, DAN 152 KIRCHNER, ROBERT 38, 100, 152 KIRCHNER, CHRISTINA 153 KIRCHNER, HEIDI 104.153 KIRCHNER, DANA 96,112.1S3 KIRCHNER, MARK 96,112.153 KIRKBRIDE, DAVID 153 KNAPP, LINDA 166 KOEHNEN, JENNIFER 153 KOMISAREK. GREG 70,136,153 KRISTA, BARBARA 153 KRUG. KATHY 166 KRUPP. JEFF 153, 200 KUBOTA. IOANNE 153 KURIANOWICZ, RICHARD 43,153 LAFFERTY, SUSAN 43, 96, 153 LAMBERT, LAURA 153 LANDECK, DAVID 122,153 LANDES, FRANCINE 163 LANG, GREGORY 154 LANGE, NANCY 154 LAPE, GARY 63,96,97,104.1S4 LARSEN, RICK 154 LAZZARESCHI, LARRY 154 LEAHY, DENNIS 154 LEDDY, ROBIN 78,154 LEE, DEBORAH 106,154 LEE, STEVEN 131,154 LEVEY, BARRY 154 LEWIS, BILL 3O,4O,114.116,117.154 LIENI-IARD, MARTA 154 LINDWALL, VIRGINIA 154 LOCHNER, PETER 154 LONERGAN, PATRICK 154 LUST, KAREN 155 LYON, PHIL 119,155 MACDONALD, MARCY 56, 94, 101, 155 MAHNCKE, ALLEN 155 MARTINELLI. PATTY 30.48. 94, 122, 136,155 MARTYN, GREG 43,96,155 MARTYN, JEFFREY 63, 96, 97, 15S MATISI, ANTHONY 70, 112. 135.155 MCABEE, ELIZABETH 155 MCCARLEY, HOWARD 155 MCCARTHY, PAT 155 MCCARTY, MARK 166 MCCURDY, PEGGY 166 MCELHINNY, KATE 155 MCELROY, LIN 155 MCGOWAN, KELLY 166 VLEEHAN, LEONARD 116,155 MENDELSON, KAREN 64.65, 66,86 122,133,155 MERCIER, CYNTHIA 156 MERRILL, CRAIG 54, 70. 75, 122, 139, 156 MICH, DENNIS 156 MICHNO, LANA 156 MILLER, PENNY 78,101,156 MILLER, PETER 27,156 MONGE, MICHAEL 156 MOORE, SUE 156 MOORE, WALTER 156 MORGAN, BRYANN 81,156 MUSANTE, ANNE 156 MYREN, LINNEA 156 NAFFZIGER, KENT 96, 97. 156 NELSON. MARC 114,116. 135.156 NEVAREZ, ALBERTO 156 NEWLON. MOLLY 28, 31, 64. 66, 67, 124 138,157 NG, DEBBIE 157 NIEDERREITER, MARCIE 157 NIERI, CHRIS 157 NTESE, NANCI 157 NTMMO, JEFFREY 70, 157 NOLAN, PATTY 157 NOLTE, NANCY 40, 84, 157 NOYES, RON 71,138,157 NYSTROM, DONALD 166 OBLEY, JIM 157 O'HERN, JIM 157 OLSEN, KEITH 166 OLSEN, SONJA 157 ONEILL, KELLY 157 ORCHARD. GERI 102,157 OSMUNDSON, STEVEN 157 OSTROEE, NEIL 166 OUDIZ, MARY 158 PAGE, DUNCAN 110,158 PAGELS, CHRISTOPHER 158 PALMER, KATHY 158 PALRANG, TIM 96,97,158 PAOLUCCI, DIANE 158 PATTEN, DAVE 158 PEAL, DOLORES 96,104,158 PECK, DANEENE 158 PECKLER, MIKE 158 PERRIN, MARK 158 PETERS, ELLEN 158 PETERSON. KURT 4O,114,116,117, 136,158 PETTY, ALISON 133,158 PIERSON, BOB 158 POTTER, BARBARA 75, 139,159 PRICE, GREG 159 PULPANECK, DON 159 OUEDENS, DALE 43, 159 OUINBY. JODY 66, 64, 65, 66. 74. 75, 101.159 RAPP, SUE 159 REGELLO. DONALD 70,159 REINKE. ROZANNE 159 RICCI, DANIEL 159 , ROBB, DAVID 116,159 ROBERTSON. BRUCE 159 ROBERTSON, PETER 96, 105, 131, 159 ROBISON, JEFF 159 RODOLARI, GREG 159 ROE, DEBBIE 166 ROGERS, LAURENCE 159 ROBIN. THOMAS 166 ROSENBAUM, CRAIG 63,166 ROSS, TED 160 ROTHE, NORMAN 160 RUCKER, KAREN 130,160 RUPSVOLD. RICH 160 RUSH, MICHAEL 160 SAAVEDRA, FRED 166 SACKETT, BECKY 160 SANS. TOM 160 SARCONI, KRISTAN 160 SCARBOROUGH, DORIS 160 SCARBOROUGH, YACQUELlNE16O SCHAUB, JEFF 66, 70, 73, 112, 132, 160 SCHICK, PAULA 160 SCI-IMIDT, LYLE 88,96,105,136,16O SCHMIDT, STEPHANIE 160 SCI-IWERIN, CHRIS 161 SCOTT, IAURIE 59, 75, 108, 161 SEAGER, MARK 166 SELLERS, KEITH 62, 63, 161 SELVEY, CAROL 56,161 SEYRANIAN, ROBERT 88,161 SHANE, SCOTT 161 SHANE, STEPHEN 45,161 Sl-IEE!-IAN, JOHN 39,62,63,96,161 SHEFVELAND, DIANA 161 SHEVCHUCK, DANNY 166 SHORT, REVECCA 161 SIEBENTHxL, THOMAS 56,166 SIEGEL, KATHI 166 SIEPSER, CARY 123, 161, 213 SILVA. SANDRA 161 SILVERSTEIN. LORI 30, 123,161 SMITH. BOB 161 SMITH. MIKE 166 SMITH, ROBERT 70,161 SMITS, ROBERT 162 SPENCER, SUSAN 7S,138.162 SPICE, HAROLD, 36,162 SROKA, HEIDI 162 STAHLMAN. KRIS 162 STEVENS, DEBBY 162 STEVENS, HELEN 162 STEVENS, MARCIA 79,162 STEVENS, WARREN 162 STEWART, KAREN 162 STRACH, GARY 166 STUMPE, MYRON 162 STURTEVANT. VERN 166 SULLIVAN. JOHN 166 SUNSERI, GARY 162 SUTTER, DEBRA 166 SWEATT, VIRGINIA 96,104,129, 136. 162 SWEETIAND, BECKY 58,108,162 SYLVESTER, GREGORY 4O.114,116,162 SYME, NANCY 163 SZTO, MARILYN 163 TAKAHASHI, ROSS 66, 70, 73. 163 TAMURA, DAVID 163 TAVAKE, UNA 166 TAYLOR, DICK 133,163 TAYLOR, JAN 163 TEBO, BRAD 123,163 TENDICK, SHARON 163 TESSIER, LINDA 166 TESSIER, MARIE 163 THIVIERGE. LLOYD 96, 97, 166 THOMSEN, DAVID 163 TIBBS, SALLY 163 TIZZONE. JOETTE 163 TOLKACH, TIM 166 TRAEEICANTE, KIRK 166 TROEGER, RICHARD 39, 88. 166 TROY, MIKE 163 TUCCORI. GLENN 166 TURNER, PAIGE 75,163 UTIGARD, DAVID 164 VAN DORN. SHYRON 96,97,164 VAN IDERSTINE, JOAN 164 VAN KIRK. DON 164, 206 VAN ZANTEN. JON 164 VAUGHN, SALLY 39, 40,41, 135, 164 VORCE, WILLIAM 36.124,164 WALKER, DEAN 166 WALKER, DEBBY 164 WALLACE, PAMELA 166 WANG, DALE 164 WATKINS, HEIDI 164 WATT. COLLEEN 164 WATTS, SUSAN 164 WEBB, JEFF 166 WEBER, JEAN 96,97,164 WEBER, PATTY 164 WEBSTER, DENISE 165 WEEKS, DENISE 59,108,123,137,165 WEISS, STEVEN 96,97,165 WENNER, KIM 166 WHITE, NATHAN 166 WHITEHEAD, BECKY 165 WILLIAMS, KIRK 166 WILLIAMS, ROBERT 166 WISTRICH, RICHARD 56, 96, 104, 134 165 WOLEE, ELIZABETH 38,42, 43,48, 86, 129,135,165 WONG, PHILIP 165 WOO, RONALD 165 WOODRUFF, WENDY 165 WOODWARD. LAURA 165 WRIGHT. ROBERT 63,165 WUSLICH, PAUL 89,165 YAMANE, GEORGE 166 219 YEE, ALAN 133,165 YEE, BARBARA 165 YOSHIWARA, KIM 59,97,108, 165 YOUNG, ROSEANNE 166 YUEN, PATTI 166 ZIEKER, SUSAN 56,94,130,137,166 juniors adams, vicki 56, 170 alchimisti, paul 174 allen, bruce 174 amato, michael 96, 170 anderson, Chris 170 arro, susan 170 arslan, virginia 174 ashland ronna 170 atkinson, scott 170 aviles, thomas 71, 73, 174 baffico, jude 170 bailey, karen 174 baldwin, mark 70, 170 balliet, robert 170 baranowski, nancy 170 barksdale, lucy 170 barnard, tim 116,174 barnes, karen 170 barravechia, michael 174 barroso, odett 170 barry, charles 174 bass, patricia 59, 96,108,170 baumann, richard 170 , baumgarclner, patrick 63, 170 bauter, susan 64, 65, 86,170 bazzani, john 174 bechtold, patricia 170 becker, anne 170 beerman, Carl 170 behm, mark 44, 170 belock, david 170 benelli, gordon 170 berliner, deborah 170 biksa, john 70,72,112,17O bleimeister. rand 96, 97. 170 bloomfield, ellen 170 bolding, richard 174 bomgardner, Carole 170 bonnell, jeannine 170 borges, therese 170 bossingham, robin 170 bourla, aline 174 bradford, peter 96, 170 bragg, robert 174 bramblett, lynn 174 brandeberry, sue 170 brandstetter, hymie 170 brennan, timothy 174 brice, maurene 174 brittain, Craig 170 brown, alan 170 brown, david 170 brown, james 90, 94, 174 brown, randall 88, 170 Abroyer, william, 170 brundage, janet 174 bullard, brian 96, 170 burns, belinda 108, 170 burns, deborah 108,170 burroughs, howard 174 Callaghan, devin 59, 108, 170 Camp, jeffrey 174 Carey, thomas 170 Carhart, herbert 40, 94, 170 Carli, nancy 96, 170 Carpenter, jane 170 Caruso, mary 174 Casentini, linda 170 V Chalmers, brent 63, 110, 170 chan, michael 96, 174 Chelone, anthony 170 Cheney, Katherine 174 Cherry, mark 170 Chin, david 38, 39, 63, 97,170 ching, doreen 170 Chong, gary 170 Christensen, roxanne 174 Christiansen, diane 170 Church, robert 71, 174 Clabaugh, james 170 clark, timothy 170 Codoni, terry 174 Cognetta, kathryn 59, 96, 108, 170 Cohen, alison 32, 38, 108,124,170 Cohen, tracey 170 Colagiovanni, nancy 64, 65, 86, 96, 104, 170 Coleman, jill 56, 69, 85, 107, 108, 170 Colquhoun, gary 170 Contreras, jack 88, 110, 174 Cook, richard 170 Cooley, joan 170 Corvello, Carol 170 Coyne, elaine 170 Craig, erick 70, 170 Craig, patricia 174 Cramer, michael 174 Craviotto, dennis 174 Crews, Cole 88, 170 Crispell, sue 174 Crutchley, Valerie 170 Currier, stephen 110, 170 Curtis, randolph 170 dahlen, paul 170 damico, marianne, 96,170 david, dennis 96, 174 davis, Shelley 170 deantoni, dave 174 dearmon, carol 170 debusk, michael 70, 170 dehnel, kathe 174 delancey, jeffrey 170 demartini, alan 170 denni, kathryn 108, 170 diehl, susan 59, 108, 171 dietrich, brian 70, 171 diquattro, john 56, 171 donald, robert 171 donellan, Cathy 171 donley, linda 171 donovan, kathleen 58, 103, 108, 124, 171 dooley, Charlene 171 dor, kevin 171 douglass, ross 171 drucker, marcia 40,96,105,108,171 drysdale, mark 171 dubray, edward 171 dubreuil, andree 171 dunchmann, robert 171 duff, john 112,171 duffy, martin 171 edwards, paul 171 egan, sally 171 eichner, mary ellen 59, 108, 174 eisenberg, david 63, 171 eisenberg, mark 43, 85,107, 171 elliott, kim 105,171 ellis, daborah 171 ellison, eileen 171 english, robert 174 engman, susan 4O,41, 58,108,171 eriksen, mark 171 emest, suzanne 59, 108, 171 espinoza, sherlyn 171 everhart, gregory 56,171 ewigleben, bob 62,63,171 fasolo, bob 174 federighi, mark 171 fernandez, Wilfred 174 ferris, david 97, 171 finerty, barbara 171 finkes, kerry 174 fister, david 171 fohner, janet 40, 59, 108, 171 foland, denell 174 foland, randy 174 fong, randall32,124,171 freni, anee 171 freni. paula 171 freschet, gina 56, 171 freschet, maureen 171 friedman, gary 174 fuller, kim 171 fuller, robert 171 furtke, mary 174 galbraith, donna 121,171 gaibraith, jane 42,43, 96, 108, 174 galioto, salvatore 174 galloway, lisa 174 galvin, dana 171 gandolfo, stephen 37, 174 garman, sandra 171 garrett, eileen 57, 171 garrison, scott 171 gebhardt, mary 58, 108, 171 gee, john 174 george, steven 110, 171 geranios, george 71,171 giaimo, glenn 171 gibbons, linda 88, 171 g-iles, ronald 63, 174 giles, bill 96, 97, 174 glasson, susan 171 glinden, anglea 171 glud, joanna 171 gocke, diane 171 goodier, deborah 171 goshorn, meridith 171 gould, robin 171 gradinger, lori 59, 174 graham, david 71,110,171 grainger, carole 43, 89,108,171 green, jon 171 green, william 174 greenley, frederick 110,171 griggs, joe 174 grove, carl 171 gumina, vincent 171 gunn, paul 171 haberlin, jean 171 haeusslein, ernest 96, 97, 171 haganey, pamela 171 hall, Connie 171 hall, terilee 171 hamilton, donald 171 hansen, judy 171 harlow, susan 96, 174 hartmann, stanley 171 harvey, gregg 38,171 hausafus, craig 171 hause, robert 71,174 helldorfer, nancy 171 hennessey, catherine 64, 65 henrich, joan 96,171 hewitt, rick 174 higaki, sharon 96, 97, 104, 1 higgins, cathy 174 hipshman, amy 57, 94, 174 ho, lois 174 hodapp, steven 172 hopkins, cindy 172 hoshiwara, david 172 hoskins, keith 172 hosokawa, audrey 172 hunt, heather 36, 172 hunt, jane 36,172 hunt, jerry 88, 96, 172 hunt, tom 88, 96, 172 hutton, rodney 172 ito, arids 174 ivany, susan 172 iwasaki, tomie 172 jemelka, jacqueline 172 jenny, kenneth 96, 97. 172 ,66, 74, 71 johnso johnso johnso jones, jones, jones, jones, jones, n, debbie 59, 174 n, gene 174 n, martha 39, 59, 96, 108, 172 betsy 59, 108,172 linda 96, 172 pamela 172 steven 174 tauna 96,97,172 jonson, dawn 172, 174 ,l0YC9f geoffrey 172 kalaveras, virginia 172 mekisich, john 172 merrill, drake 175 merwin, margaret 172 mich, nancy 172 michno, lana 175 miller, catherine 172 miller, craig 96, 97, 172 miller, kirk 172 miller, marilyn 173 miller, salli 169,173 johr, constance 173 kambic, sally 172 ka.ne, gary 96, 97, 174 kehoe, thomas 112,172 kelley, robert 172 kelley, william 71,172 keltie, rosemary 172 kem, danny 172 kinkaid, stephen 172 kirkbride, leslie 172 klingensmith, shelly 108, 172 klinger, carol 97, 172 knapp, crystal 59, 96, 108, 174 kojimoto, alan 54, 97, 172 kolb, merry 172 kong, jim 172 kott, douglas 172 kramer, kay 172 kraviotto, dennis 172 kresa, william 172 kuehn, randall 172 kuhl, elise 57, 172 kunitani, craig 60, 96, 174 kutulas, robin 174 langi, mele ana 172 lanzini, brian 172 lasala, angela 172 leary, steven 174 leblanc, rita 54,172 lee, stephen 63,11O, 172 lennon, john 172 leslie, lewis, lewis, lewis, lillard patricia 96, 172, 204, 205 duncan 172 maddaline 172 robert 71,172 , steven 172 lindeman, leslie 172 litke forrest 174 lively, logan, sue 57, 172 thomas 172 lorenzato, mark 43, 174 lowenstein, laurie 172 lucia, joanne 174 magnani, mike 175 maguire, eileen 172 mahnke, lynn 172 maier, teresa 172 mangan, don 175 maniscalco, carl 175 marblestone, alan 172 marcus, patrick 172 marey, gene 172 martinez, barbara 172 mathers, nick 172 maxwell, linda 81, .172 mayers, janet 172 mazloum, gerald 172 mccaman, george 175 mccarthy theresa 172 mccarty, marty 175 mccarty, pat 175 mccourt, joseph 63, 172 mccurdy, debbie 175 mcdermott, patrick 172 mceachern, jean 172 mcgallian, kelly 175 mcgowan, kerry 175 mchugh, scott 63, 172 mcilmoil, virginia 172 mcrae, debi 172 mcvey, james 172 monge, richard 110,173 moore, richard 175 morse, douglas 175 mulhearn, michael 173 mullane, william 57, 175 muller, jeffrey 173 mulligan, wayne 173 munroe, john 89,96,173 musante, lori 64, 65, 66, 173 nagumo, mark 39, 97, 173 nakahira, emi 173 nakanish, gary 96,173 nauss, karen 173 neakrans, laurie 96,173 nelson, douglas 173 nelson, william 173 ng, craig 96, 97, 173 niese, gary 175 nixon, bruce 120, 122, 173 noe, patricia 57,175 noonan. kathleen 175 noyes, eileen 64, 65, 66, 173 nuckcls, terrence 173 oatham, ramona 58,108,173 oberg, beth 108,173 obrien, james 173 obrien, terry 173 ohmes, frances 173 olson. roxanne 173 oneill, jim 173 ono, diane 173 orchard, geri 173 osharow, sharon 173 oshaxow, sheila 173 ostrand, sheryl 96, 173 page, david 110,175 palmer, david 173 paoli, thomas 57, 175 pardini, carol 173 parker, james 175 parker, michael 173 parker, tom 173 pasternak, mark 39, 175 patton, james 57,122,173,174 patton, mary kaye 89, 96, 175 payne, joseph 112,175 pederson, molly 173 penirian, lesley 173 peralta, linda 173 perkes, carolyn 173, 174 peterson, rebecca 173 peterson, teresa 173 pfrommer, james 173 phillips, brad 173 phillips, gregory 173 phillips, stephen 173 plumley, sharon 38, 108,173 pohmajevich, sharon'175 pommier, donald 173 pope, john 175 popin, peter 115,116,175 post, gwendolyn 96, 173 press, rhonda 59, 86, 96, 104, 108, 173, 175 price, suzanne 175 primiani, marc 43, 110, 173 priola, george 173 quater, julie 44, 173 ragent, lawrence 96, 97, 173 re, kathleen 173 220 reagan, terry 71,173 reeves, april 96, 173 richardson, douglas 96, 175 richardson, hildred 59, 108, 175 rizzo, barbara 173 robb, deborah 173 rodolari, renee 173 rodriguez, barbara 173 rogers, candice 175 rolfe, cameron 89, 173 rosario, richard 173 rose, william 175 rosenberg, john 38,43, 76, 97, 105, 173, 208, 211, 217 ross, debra 96, 173 rothe, lloyd 173 rowland, wendy 173 sander, mark 175 sandstrom, suzanne 173 sangmaster, laura 40, 173 Saunders, jennifer 46, 173 schnecker, terry 175 schneider, linda 173 schoeppner, susan 59, 108, 173 schon, neal 173 schull-een, terry 173 Schultz, gwen 48, 86, 173 schultz, sheldon 173, 175 schweitzer, edna 173 scott, kimberly 108,175 scott, lynne 173 sebastlani, patricia 173 sellman, kristel 124,173 seymour, dana 174 shaalman, carolyn 27,106, 175 sham, russell 175 Shaw, clayton 175 shaw, lincoln 175 shepherd, paul 174 sheridan, carol 174 sheridan, james 174 short, pamela 64,65, 66, 67, 174 siebenthal, denise 174 silagi, robert 174 sims, peggy 46, 58,108,174 sisack, stephen 174 skale, sandra 65,66, 86, 174 slajchert, margaret 174 small, joan 124,174 smith, mabel 175 smith, millicent 174 smith, patricia ann 59, 174 smith, patricia jo 108, 120, 175 smith, richard 174 smith, susan 96, 97, 107, 174, 207, 211 spath, mark 174 Springer, neal 70, 112, 174 spiller, charlotte 174 squier, barbara 174 stafforini, mark 96, 97, 174 stalzer, margaret 174 steele, steven 175 steiner, myrl ann 175 Stephenson, robert 175 stevens, peter 174 stine, jeff 42, 175, 205 stireman, linda 174 st martin, lynn 174 stone, judy 175 stowers, dan 174 strain, tom 71, 175 stull, denise 175 stull, michael 175 Sullivan, jo anne 174 mnderland, tim 116,174 swalwell, william 116, 174 sweatt, craig 174 taber, joan 40, 59, 108, 174 tavake, kelela 175 taylor, don 174 ,,g 208 thorsen, jon 175 tomooka, johnny 175 tomsky, rosalind 175 towne, nancy 174 trafficante, lisa 45, 56, 175 troche, donald 174 unga, salome 174 van dorn, eric 44, 96, 97, 175 vaughn, pamela 175 velasquez, irma 175 venturelli, debra 175 vertrees, victoria 175 voice, kathryn 39,48, 96,104,106,175 wall, margaret 175 ward, beth 175 ward, pamela 32, 175 wasserman, bruce 175 washington, roy 175 webster, anthony 175 wee, david 38. 39, 44, 89, 175 weeks, renee 175 weinhoff, marla 86, 175 weiru'ob, leonard 175 weir, james 175 welch, roger 89, 175 Wentz, donald 175 white, kathy 58, 108, 175 whiting, lisanne 58, 108, 175 widener, thomas 175 Wilcox, michael 175 wilke, jeannine 58, 108, 175 Wilkinson, tim 175 Williamson, mil-ce 175 winn, james 175 winters, shawn 175 witte, terrye 175 wittwer, deborah 89, 175 wolf, rebecca, 58, 96, 97, 104, Wong, leslie 61,112, 175 woo, sharon 175 worden, stephen 175 worrell, karen 175 wright, gary 175 wright, james 175 wright, russell 175 wyant, dennis 175 yaksitch, joseph 175 yamauchi, diane 32, 175 yalman, pam 175 yee, alan 175 young, timothy 57, 94, 96, 175 zavagno, patricia 175 zeiter, david 175 zierolf, bob 175 Zimmerman, daryl 175 zunich, jack 63,116,175 so pho mo res abolofia, mary 176 abrams, jay 180 adlin, steven 180 aedo, viviana 89, 176 agoff, michael 60, 112, 176 albert, steven 68, 176 allazetta, david 68, 110, 176 allen, david 180 alvord, sandra 96, 176 anderson, byron 176 anderson, garth 68, 110, 176 anderson, rollin 180 aoki, christopher 39, 176 aragon, thomas 176 arslan, sylvia 180 aught, victor 96,104,180 austin, phyllis 56, 59, 89, 108, bacheller, patrick 180 ballowe, julie 176 jbaptista, loretta 176 108, 175 176 barker, ma.rian 176 barkley, cynthia 176 bartges, nancy 176 bass, thomas 176 batey, david 96, 176 bazzani, deborah 176 bearss, marylou 176 belkin, deby 176 bell, julie 176 bello, carol 176 bennett, bert 176 bennett, eric 180 berens, diana 180 bergstrom, carol 176 bermani, dennis 176 best, james 63,110,176 bianco, gail 108,176 bieniek, richard 180 black, william 176 blatter, rochelle 96,176 blutman, lisa 96, 97, 176 boling, jeffrey 176 bourla, jack 176 bow, d. 68 brandstetter, joe 33,68, 176 breidenbach, ellen 176 brewer, jack 176 brorsen, chris 176 brouws, jeff 39, 63, 176 brown, bruce 60, 96, 176 brown, william 180 brupbacher, gail 176 burger, janet 180 burtch, adam 180 butler, joan 57, 176 butler, nancy 64, 176 butts, cheryl 176 cabaluna, arthur 68, 176 camerotto, vickie 64,176 capella, john 68,176 cappa, david 176 carlin, kathleen 176 ca.rlson, eileen 180 carothers, kathy 176 casburn, joel 116, 176 cassada, linda 123, 176 cavagnaro, william 68, 176 cavanagh, james 68,110,176 chappuis, debbie 180 chavis, deborah 176 chelone, richard 176 chiossi, maria 58, 96, 97, 108 chorpening, mark 70. 112, 17 christensen, brian 180 Christensen, corine 180 cinquini, renato, 110,180 clansky, deborah 176 clark, kevin 176 coggins, christopher 176 cohen, bonina 79, 176 cohn, sara 176 collison, daniel 61, 96, 180 connolly, gwenn 176 Copeland, david 180 coppock, donald 39, 176, 210 coppock, shelley 27, 180 corollo, mark 180 Correa, renee 176 cosgriff, michael 176 costello, eileen 38,351,176 cotton, rhonda 176 , 1 6 cox, bi-tice 3o,33.64,96,1o4,17e craig, carey 176 crisp. dai 36,176 crowson, linda 176 currington, dorothy 100. 176 daniels, susan 176 davies, catherine 176 davis. deana 176 davis, donald 176 davis, stephen 176 delorme, denise 176 denike, lisa 177 devita, katherine 180 diebert, michele 177 diehl, stacey 177 dillon, diane 58,108,177 dodd, dan 177 dowse, mary 177 ducasse, annette 177 ducasse, paul 91. 177 dumler, april 180 duncan, mark 112, 177 earnest, thomas 38, 112,177 eliopoulos. william 177 ellison, dwayne 57,180 enders, scott 180 engelman, mark 177 epperson, kim 180 ernest, debbie 177 eskra, jan 177 evans, charles 177 ewigleben, jan 64,177 facchin, jeanne 177 fairehnd, paul 68, 96, 112, 177 farbstein, john 89, 177 feder, timothy 60, 125, 177 felix, laura 58,108,177 ferrario. cynthia 180 field, harold 63,112,177 fields, sally 177 fitts. russell 68,110,177 fitzgerald, daniel 180 fitzsimons, sharon 177 flavin. tom 30, 122, 177 florez, marleen 180 foley, richard 61.177 fordyce, lila 57,177 foreman, tosia 177 foss, diane 177 fouch, burns 177 freschet, denise 177 freschet, dinah 125,177 fry, patricia 177 furtado, eduarda 180 gabriel, john 68,177 galas, alex 180 galindau, dan 68,180 galvin, david 180 gammon, ann 177 garcia, gloria 177 garcia, miguel 177 gault, roy 180 gerber, theresa 30, 122, 177 geyer, mark 68, 177 geyer, scott 68, 177 gheno, tony david 180 gibson, steve 177 gilbride, bryan 180 gioardo, cathy 177 gogol, sue 177 goldrath, paul 56, 60, 76, 177 grabowski, lee anne 58, 96, 177 qradinger, jodi 64, 177 gracly, timothy 89, 177 grannis, roger 96, 177 greene, joel 38,96,97,177 greer, clayton 63,88,177 qribble, cliff 180 haga, karen 177 hagan, scott 180 hamilton, murray 177 hands, jeff 177 hansen, david 68, 177 hansen, kevin 63, 180 harrington. jill 96, 177 harrington, joan 96, 177 harris. debra 177 harris, mike 177 hart, richard 60, 177 huyes, chris 177 hazen, martha 177 heckman, corinne 96, 177 heisinger, michael 180 hellman. donald 177 hemlock. debra 180 heselton. patricia 57.177 hill, james 177 ho, lu san 177 hodgins, Clifford 177 hong, jeanne 59.108,177 hoo, cheryl 42,43, 177 hook, gary 177, 216 hooper. mary 59, 96, 108, 177 horine. sharon 177 horton. david 68, 177 hubbard, james 177 hydorn, kirsten 180 hyink, christopher 88, 94, 101, 177 ilgenfritz. julie 42,43, 57, 177 imamoto. craig 63, 88, 177 indemiill, suzanne 177 ito, arianne 180 jackson, barbara 177 jackson, janet 178 jennings, katherine 178 jerome, sherri 27, 180 jerome, susan 178 johnson, brad 112,178 johnson, bruce 178 johnson, debra 108,178 johnson, robert 178 jones, stephen 178 jordan, karen 59,108,178 joslin, alan 178 joy, brenda 181 kaplan, laurel 69. 86, 108,178 keiles, kathy 178 keilly, kevin 178 kerr, james 178 kiel, kevin 178 kielty, kevin 68,178 killin, james 178 kinkaid, debbie 178 kiyomura, ann 178 kluberton, katie 178 kohlbry, chris 33, 68, 178 kolomvotos, penny 181 kreitem, george 112,178 krupp, ellen 178 kunitani, scott 60, 88, 96, 1101178 kunz, marianne 178 lake, larry 178 landeck, dan 178 landes, norman 38, 88, 89, 178, 209, 216 121 la plant, stephen 110,178 larramendy, james 178 lawson, gary 178 lawson, janet 178 lalzari, diane 96,178, 211 leahy, kathleen 178 leary, philip 178 lee, bruce 63,178 lee, kevin 181 lee, susan 178 lent, patricia 181 leonardos, cheryl 178 leslie, scott 68, 178 levey, joanne 178 levin, cori 96, 104,178 levine, barbara 59, 108,178 lillard, linda 178 lively, bonnie 178 lobatto, carl 181 loomis, marilyn 178 lorenzato, stefan 96, 181 lyon, elizabeth 181 macdonald, steve 178 madsen, lisa 96.178 mahan, sheila 178 mahncke, karen 58,108,181 maier. marsha 178 maneatis. jim 178 manuel, gary 178 marcelle, terence 71.110,178 martin. Craig 178 martyn. steve 97. 178 massey, gregory 178 matisi. david 70, 73, 178 maxwell, david 68, 178 mccabe. carol 178 mccarthy, dan 178 mcclung, paul 178 mcdermott, martin 178 rncdonald, devon 178 mcdonough, alan 68, 178 mckay. Catherine 178 mckinnon, denise 181 mckinnon. diane 181 mcmurdie, nancy 96,178 merlo, laura 39,181 merriam, Candace 178 merrill, scott 178 miller, Collette 178 milward, james 178 minto, jay 181 moore, debbie 58,108,178 moore, george 178 morgan, gary 178 morgan, paul 178 moroney, eileen 178 mortensen, rudy 178 mortensen, steven 178 morton, paul 60. 178 mose, jeffrey 178 murphy, michelle 181 murphy. dianna 178 murphy. matthew 179 murphy, ralph 179 murphy, sherrie 179 murray, jeffrey 179 musante, george 179 naffziger, scott 68, 96, 97, 179 nash, kathy 181 nash, william 179 nealson, donna 179 nebon, michelle 181 nelson, robin 179 nevarez, giaciela 179 newton, sara 179 ngai, Curtis 179 niederreiter, paul 179 nielsen, karin 181 nixon, mark 38, 179 nutley, Cecilia 57,181 nye, lorca 181 oconnor, dennis 179 oesterwinter, kathy 96, 97, 81, offield, kim 179 ostertag, Cornelia 179 page. patricia 179 paiva, diane 179 panelli, wilma 179 parker, don 68, 96,112,179 pearce, melinda 179 pegueros, edward 68, 179 penn, robin 96,179 peralta, mike 179 perkes, brad 179 pert, marie 64, 179 peterson, shawn 179 petromilli, robert 181 petty, karen 179 pitton, craig 179 pittam, Craig 181 pope, peter 181 popin, william 70, 179 post, nancy 179 pratali, judy 56, 101, 179 prindle, wynne 39. 88. 179 purdy, russell 179 pyle, ion 179 rasnick. margaret 59, 108,179 104.179 rathbun, lisa 181 raubitschek. lee ann 89. 17 regello. james 63.179 roberts, ken 179 rochex. frank 112.179 rogers. Camille 59.108,179 rojo, robin 179 romeo. josephine 181 rosario. angela 179 rose, jonathon 96, 97. 179 rothe, lynn 96, 179 rucker, david 68. 89, 181 9 saavedra. Charles 179 saccheri, alexis 179 salzman, steve 179 samuelson. linda 181 sangmaster, bridget 179 sapiro. lynne 57.181 schick. gene 179 schnecker, Collette 179 schoeppner, nancy 59. 108. 179 schouweiler. peter 70, 125. 179 schuddeboom. joan 179 Searle, michael 181 serra, agnese 179 shaalman. richard 179 share, pamela 56,125,179 shields, paula 179 shima. rodney 179 shock, bryant 181 Shoup, edward 181 shoyama, julia 179. 214 siepser, randy 112. 179 singer. betty 179 smedley. Clifton 179 smith. wayne 68.112.179 solem. danny 179 spece. frances 179 spencer, debra 179 spivey, linda 179 staiford, karen 179 stafford. michael 60, 179 Stanford, Cynthia 179 stanley, Chris 181 stelling, david 179 stevens, james 179 stevens, john 68,110,179 stevens, mike 179 stewart, alan 179 stiles, nicholas 68, 179 strain. kelly 68, 179 sturtevant. wallace 68, 180 sunseri. angela 78, 180 sutter, deberah 181 swan, tom 180 syme, robert 78, 180 tamura, karen 181 taylor, jeff 180 taylor, wayne 60, 180 taylor, william 88, 180 thatcher, steven 68, 180 thivierge, pamela 59, 96, 105. thomsen, mark 180 tong, byrant 68, 180 torp, jean 88,180 tsukamoto, brenda 180 tyo, peter, 181 valenson, debra 181 van duyn, Catherine 180 vasquez. lori 181 Vaughan, deanna 180 viglione, mary beth 181 vincent. berkeley 180 wade, andrew 181 waite. Carla 108,180 wa.keman. gail 96. 180 walker. Carolyn 180 wallace, kevin 181 ware, david 96. 180 waters. diane 180 watson. katherinc 180 108,180 webb, jerald 180 wehb. steven 181 weber. jakobene 180 weber, kathy 180 weinhoff. laurence 60, 180, 213 weiss, robert 39. 96. 97,181 west, gene 181 westphal, barbara 181 wetterer, steven 96. 181 whelan. kelly 181 white, deborah 108,181 white, mike 181 whitmore, malvina 59. 108, 181 wiggins, randi 181 wilkinson, ronald 61, 181 williams. judy 181 williams, sheryl 181 wilson, denise 181 wilson. michael 181 wilson, scott 181 wirgler, scott 61, 181 wise, steve 181 wolf, Clancy 96, 181 wolfe, jen 79,101,181 wong, gary 56. 181 woodward, theresa 181 wuslich, melissa 181 yamaguma. leslie 181 yamamoto, deborah 181 yamanaka. yoshiye 181 yamauchi. Cary 61,33,181 yasunaka. arlie 112,181 yee. daniel 61,181 yee. merritt 96, 181 freshmen abbott, danny 182 ahrams. rick 186 ackaert, tony 182 acton, veronica 182 albert, jeffrey 182 alcantara, rose 182 alchimisti, Cindy 182 alexander, dale 182 alexander, leila 182 allen, pat 186 allgire, russell 182 alvarado, mario 182 amard, john 182 appleton, neva 86, 182 arro, jim 182 arruda. manuel 61.182 asvitt, steve 69, 182 atkinson, gregory 69, 110. 186 attard, anthony 182 baker, stephen 182 balco, david 186 ballard, walter 186 ballowe, jack 182 baranishyn, audrey 58, 108, 182 barnes, peter 69,182 barnes. terence 182 baronian, helena 182 barrett. kendra 182 ba.rry, thomas 186 bartels. diane 182 basler. david 182 bates, gary 182 baughn. mark 182 bazzani, sherry 182 becker, chris 182 behrn, david 182 helock, jill 182 beltrame, joy 182 bender, laura 182 benelli, brian 182 bennett, debbie 182 hernardo, mike 69, 182 222 bird. david 182 black, kim 182 bobsien, ron 182 botelho. christine 182 braden. steve 69,182 brandstetter. vic 182 brennan, jane 182 brennan, patricia 182 brown. julie 182 broyles. bob 186 burch. wayne 182 burgdorf. john 182 burger, teri 186 Cabaluna, mindy 182 cameron, ken 112,182 Camerotto, cindy 182 campana, mike 69, 182 capobianco, john 182 Carbray, teri 186 Carlson, teresa 186 Carrasco, jill 182 Carruth. sue 182 Caruso, kimberly 182 Cary, Christian 182 Casentini, stephen 182 Charlip, steve 182 Chase, robert 182 Chatigny, frank 182 Chew, andrew 186 Childress, frank 182 Chin, gayle 182 Christensen, glenda 186 clansky, jim 182 clark, dehorah 182 Clement. louise 182 cole. ann 182 colquhoun, sue 182 Condon. patricia 182 concepcion, roger 182 Copeland. charles 182 Cotton. leah 182 Cowie, Craig 182 Cox, alison 85, 182 Cox, shannon 58,108, 182 Coyne, donald 186 Craig, stuart 182 Cramer. Constance 182 Crary. karen 182 Cummings, Connie 31. 120, Currier, sharon 182 Czellecz, glen 182 daly, thomas 183 david. michael 183 davies. mike 183 davis, laura 183 debusk, linda 183 dewes, bill 63, 183 dewolf, jay 183 dierkes, dan 97, 186 ditterbrandt, glenn 69, 183 dittman, judith 183 dodd, patti 186 doherty, ann 183 dolgushkin, greg 186 donald. patrick 186 droese. richard 183 drury. mark 61.183 dubois. john 183 ducasse. marc 183 dumler, jill 186 duncan, scott 112, 183 duranti, jean 183 duron, kristine 183 dutcher, vern 183 egan, mickie 183 eichenbaum, rudy 186 eisenberg, randy 183 elliott, forest 63,183 ellis, sharon 183 encoyand, rita 183 ernest, fred 186 182 rrifngton, lynda 58, 108, 183 rtel. iessica 183 spinoza, pat 183 arbstein, michael 183 arris. tony 69, 183 erguson, vincent 69, 186 errario, jeff 183 erris, scott 69, 183 irpo. catherine 183. 210 ish, jeff 186 isher, larry 183 rakes, charles 183 ranco, karen 183 ller, beth 183 allick, catherine 186 alvin, paul 183 anino, francesca 101, 183 31-955, dawn 183 arcia, ricky 183 ardner, steve 183 ardner. terry 63, 183 arrett, kirk 183 ault, bee 183 avin, vince 186 ill, tracey 183 linden, pamela 183 odfrey, kirk 183 olden, mike 186 oodson, renee 186 oodspeed, gary 183 oulding, jennifer 183 raham, rick 183 anzella, david 183 ray, janice 183 reen, stanley 183 rimaudo, nancy 183 enther, dale 183 ido, diana 183 revitch, leon 183 agan. cathy 183 agiwara, setsuko 183 anashiro, karrie 183 hanclleman, paul 183 handley, rich 61,183 hanrahan, Cynthia 125,183 hansen, laura 183 hanson, dave 183 harvey. melissa 88, 183 harvey, scott 69,112,183 hasegawa, david 183 hause, margie 183 hayes, margie 186 henderson, gilbert 183 heredia, pat 69, 183 herns, cynthia 106,183 hewitt, sue 183 higashioka, donald 32, 183 hildebrandt, marybet 183 hilton, nancy 183 hitz, eileen 32,183 hodgins, nora 97, 183 hosier. rick 69. 186 hudnell, ricardo 69, 183 hurley, mary 183 hydorn. noel 184 inn. bruce 184 ito, kinne 184 izumi, michael 184 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payne, patti 185 peck, tonya 185 pegueros, henry 69,185 perez, keith 69, 185 phillips, laurie 185 pledger, rae 185 ports, dawmeme 185 power, kathleen 185 ragent, jesse 96,185 reeves, jim 69,185 regello, michael 185 reinke, sheryl 185 remedios, robert 185 richardson, john 185 robertson, david 69, 185 robinson, cliff 185 robinson, dirk 185 rochex, christine 185 roderick, joy 185 rodolari, deanna 187 rogers, charles 69, 185 rolley, linda 185 romero, bruce 185 roper, richard 185 ross, leslie 185 rosset, vicki 185 rothe, lori 185 russell, donna 185 rymk, yvonne 185 saggau, charles 185 sakamoto, ken 61,185 salmons, ray 185 samuelson, mark 185 santos, michael 185 Santos, odette 185 sarconi, mark 185 saroff, ken 61,185 sasano, lynn 185 Saunders, jim 61,185 scardina, joseph 69,185 schmidt, diane 88,185 Schmidt, jim 185 schneider, gary 185 schoeninger, cheriss 185 schrader, judy 185 schrater, jackie 185 schuetz, bill 185 schwinning, victoria 185 seager, sufanne 187 searles, rebecca 185 serra, 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