Armijo High School - La Mezcla Yearbook (Fairfield, CA)
- Class of 1970
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Captured within this volume of the 1969-'70 La Mezcla is an angle.
Though often small in size, this angle extends into enormous depth.
This is the angle of vision.
The angle of vision reflects the past memories and the future plans
of each student at Armijo. The vision of opportunity is forever reflec-
ting upon students and increasing its angle by both past memories of
the school year and future opportunities.
Each phase of high school life contributes to the total angle. The
angle of vision, social life, athletic ability, scholastic standing,
guidance, and an alert community, combine to a full circle of the
As you turn the pages of this, your 1969-'70 La Mezcla, may you
increase your angle of vision and view a new and broadening future.
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VXBLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword. . . . . .
Table of Contents
Reflections . . . .
Alma Mater . . . .
Honors 8: Classes .
Music 85 Drama .
Organizations . . .
Administration . .
Supporters . . .
Ending . . .
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Your hearts know in silence the secrets of the days and the nights,
But your ears thirst for the sound of your hearts knowledge.
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The Indian is the school mascot: the laurel wreath is the ancient award for
the victory the "A " is for Armijo, and it encioses a gavel, representing student
governmentg the book of knowledge and the torch of intellect, representing ed-
ucation, and the geometric figure representing "the first. "
The bows and arrows are symbols of competitiong the ribbon shows Armijo's
year of establishment, 1891.
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Every year our Freshmen and Sophomores get together
for a battle against the classes. Tug-of-war, sack races and
egg rolling are just a few of their tasks. This year our
Freshmen defeated the Sophomores.
1. I thought you hatched them from the other end. You're right, they're not done yet. 2, Here 's
mud in your eye - whoops, it isn't mud! 3. Together we stand, divided we fall. 4. You're pulling
my leg! 5. The Freshmen can't beat us. They just can 't. 6. Hey Barb, where you going with that
bat in your hand? 7. Weight of life,
It is the voices ofspirit
that frees us and joins us
with the wind in a perpet-
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At our rallies everyone yells the cheers
as our pepsquad performs their routines.
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Varsity Cheerleaders. . . Rhonda Holt, Tena Graham,
Marsha Craig, and Barbara Manifold
Freshman Cheerleaders. . . Debbie Jameson, Sue
Valeriote, and Joyce Jackson
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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. . . Freida Silva, Darlene
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Pom-Pom Girls. . . Pam Dickson, Susan Tagudin, Charlene Boyce, Doreen Fraticelli, Marsha Hart, and Debbie
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FOOTBA I-ICMECOMING I 969
Homecoming week, 1969-70, included Peanuts Day,
Color Day, Costume Day, Mourning Day and Clash Day.
Homecoming Float Theme was "Happiness Is. . . " Silent
concentration on victory was enforced before the rally. The
offenders led by Norman Selle were duly acknowledged as
Friday was election day for the queen and her court.
After school the parade bore the winnfng Senior Class Float,
2nd place Junior Class Float, and lst place club float by FFA
past the judges.
The football game that night saw a IV victory over Galt
and a not so triumphant varsity game. During half-time,
Barbara Manifold was crowned as Homecoming Queen. She
welcomed attendants Marie Campanale, Pam Peterson, Gail
Brown, and Ginny Yarborough to her Court.
Afterwards, the dance was well-attended with music by
Homecoming Queen: Senior Attendant:
Barbara Manifold Ginny Yarborough
Junior Attendant: Sophomore Attendant: Freshman Attendant
Gail Brown Pam Peterson Marie Campanale
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Freshman Attendant: Kathy McClelland
The Varsity scored a victory over the Faculty by a
one point leadg 62-63.
The Faculty was behind by four points going into
the fourth quarter, scoring only three more points than
the varsity in the final period, giving the varsity its
win. The final shot for the varsity was made by Bob
Prize was awarded for most unique outfit. . .
Sharon Shorter, Missy Oliver, and Mike Loebs.
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November 21, marked the first day of the Armijo
mating season. The L'1 Abners were captured by Daisy
Maes in the hitchin booths with Marryin Sam. After
gettin' hitched, the guys and gals danced by the light of
the moon to the vibrating voices of the Krystal Fliers.
Mammy Yokem's cookies and kickaboo joy juice were
served as a reviving refreshment.
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Susan Staats and Mike Keen.
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Urbanik and Gale Francis moving in.
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14 vs Wash.
14 vs Marshal
14 vs Vanden
14 vs Davis
16 vs Vaca.
8 vs Galt
20 vs Fairfield
Jerry Hatcher assistant coach, Bill Fuller head coach, Bob Miller assistant coach.
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1st Row, Left to Right, H, Vargus, E. Gomez, C. Morris, A. Holt, D. Hom, I. Grayer, J. I-Iolquin, W. Yarborough, D.
Ladd, R. Brewer, 2nd Row, L. Calbert, B. Osborne, A. Grant, E. Urbanik, F. Bryson, R. Tharp, K. Kreuter, W. Tharp, I.
Page, R. O'Quinn, Back row, D. Garcia, B. Terry, M. Abney, S. Stellina, M. Bechtal, G. Francis, L. Glashoff, J. Nutting
G. Grant, G. Martin. Not pictured Dan Stemmler. Managers: Brent Wilson and Scott Gregorson
Four Armijo football players were selected by Delta League coaches as members of the 1969 all-league team.
The men honored were Allan Grant, George Martin, Joe Page, and Woody Yarborough.
Grant headed the Indian list of distinguished players. Allan, who finished as the league's leading ground gainer with
1091 yards fhe was also 12th in Northern California totalsj, joined the all-league backfield.
Martin, a junior, was selected as an end on the offensive unit. Page gained his berth as defensive tackle, while
Yarborough was honored as an all-star linebacker for the second straight year.
Two more players were in addition selected as honorable mention. They were Fred Bryson as a defensive back and
Gary Grant at end.
ALL -CIT Y PICKS
Nine Indians landed on the mythical all-city football squad, four on offense, five on defense.
ln the backfield, Al Grant represented Armijo, with line duty carried out efficiently by Indians Ioe Page and Gary
Grant at tackle and Mike Abney at guard.
Defensively, Armijo had two linemen, in tackle Gale Francis and end George Martin. Linebackers Woody Yar-
borough anf' Eric Gomez plugged the hole, with Fred Bryson playing a back.
PAGE HONORED AT BANQUET
Joe Page, a 5-11, 185 pound lineman, who came on strong in the second half of the season was named Armijo's
outstanding football player at the annual Fall Sports Banquet.
Page played at both offensive and defensive tackle positions most of the year, but was particularly strong on defense
in the last five games when the Indians posted two of their seasonal victories.
Six other men were awarded honors for their play on the varsity team by coaches Bill Fuller, Bob Miller, and Jerry
Bob Tharp was named the top defensive backg Woody Yarborough was selected the outstanding linemang Allen Grant,
the phenomenal junior tailback garnered the outstanding offensive linemang Eric Gomez won a plaque as the top player
in Armijo's 20-0 blank of Fairfield, and Don Hom was given the Ed Hopkins Scholastic Award for his 3. 83 grade point
LEADERS IN SEASON QIZXTUQTICQ
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Bryson 64 215
Urbanik 28 129
Osbourne 36 39
Gomez 3 61
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Martin 18 266
Urbanik 3 107
Grant 4 49
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Tharp 16 674
Grant 11 460
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Grant 8 127
Tharp 6 85
Holt 2 46
TACKLES 1 5
Yarborough 77 80
Gomez 61 58
Martin 50 48
Francis 40 48
Page 42 44
Glashoff 42 41
SCORING Q 341
Grant 7 2
Martin 2 3
Urbanik 2 1
Osbourne 2 1
Yarborough 1 0
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1stRowg L. to R.: P. Iacobo, P. Dominguez, G. Walker, C. Vig, R. Henderson, J. Aveytia, R. Fancher, D. Seale, C
Andrews, K. McGee. 2nd Row: Coach Bingamon, M. Dillman, P. Hudson, P. Lippolis, D. Empting, F. Cereda, E. Asker
neese, D. Mattos, M. Cordy, L. Schulz, R. Smith, Coach Healy. 3rd Row: A. Thompson, W. Williams, B. Simpson M
Mason, R. Graham, S. Cunningham, S. Wilson, R. Kimball, R. Lei, S. Berger.
KIM McGEE . . .
Armijo's frosh-soph team ended its 1969 season with a final 3-5-1 win-
loss record, which included three impressive victories and several very close
The jayvees battled to a scoreless tie in their first outing, against a tough
Kennedy Club, then opened the Delta League season with a 16-O blank over
Marshall. The junior Indians dropped the next contest narrowly, but came
back with a 22-0 shutout of the Vanden Vikings. The next win was a lop-
sided 44-l2 whitewashing of the Galt Warriors, followed by a near win a-
gainst the undefeated Fairfield Falcons, ending the year,
Freshman Mike Cordy led the Redskins with his play at quarterback, Cordy
a fine passer, scrambled successfully often and was the team's punter. An-
other freshman, Kim McGee, helped the squad greatlyg as the leading rusher
and defensive linebacker, Elihu Askerneese, Dennis Mattos and Steve Berger
were three more ground gainers, and Pete Dominguez provided a capable
foot for kickoffs.
Richard Fancher, Frank Cereda and often, McGee, caught the majority
of Cordy's passes. Outstanding defensive players included Shayne
"Earthquake" Cunningham, Pablo Iacobo, a standout last year on the Frosh
team, and Jose Aveytia.
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The freshman team had a winning season, coming out with a better win-loss record than any other
fall sport: a 4-3 mark.
The Papooses won their first two games, against Marshall and Galt, but dropped a close contest to
Fairfield, 6-0. They clobbered Washington in their next match, 39-6, and finished the season with a
22-6 thrashing of the Vanden Vikings.
Sam Garrett was the leading rusher, with 340 yards and 29 points, and was the offensive back of the
year. Quarterback Dean Henry passed for 104 yards, and Chris Wakefield, in his role near the end of
the season, threw for 110 yards.
Wakefield also rushed 193 yards, scored 27 points and made 35 tackles, giving him the title of
outstanding defensive linebacker. Ken Templin received the most valuable offensive lineman, and
also played defense, getting 37 tackles. Larry Haynes, outstanding defensive lineman, with 37 tack-
les, was also the team's kickoff specialist.
Steve Piontek won an outstanding back award with 200 yards rushing and 65 yards in caught passes.
Ed Davis was the defense's leading tackler, with 40, and received passes for 50 yards. Pete Staple and
Joe Caruso were the other leading pass receivers, with 128 yards between them. Steve Ramirez and
Phil Darnell shared the punting duties, but Ramirez kicked 159 yards to Darnell's 81.
Other defensive standouts include Ed Kirshenman, Henry Castillo, Bill Allen and Eric Nelson.
FINAL STATISTICAL LEADERS
RUSHING ATTS YDS. AVG.
Garrett 79 340 4. 3
Piontek 3 7 200 5. 4
PASSING Arrs coM YDS. M 9
Wakefield 23 5 110
Henry 10 3 104
RECEIVING NO. YDS TD
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Piontek 2 65 1
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Davis 26 14 40
Haynes 24 13 3 7
Templin 21 16 37
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lst row, left to right, Haynes, Garrett, Morris, Jason, Piontek, Ramirez, Allen, Staple, 2nd row, Coach Keeter, Richardson, Davis
Derrick, Castillo, Caruso, Wakefield, Templin, Cordova CMGRJ, 3rd row, Denison, Nelson, Flynn, Williamson, Brooks, Kirschen
mann, Lippolis, Bohr, Grasse, Machado, Sockwell, Darnell, Pena, Coach Petty, Not pictured Cruddup and Henry.
7 vs Galt
0 vs Fairfield
39 vs Wash.
6 vs Davis
6 vs Vaca.
22 vs Vanden
Delta League Second Place Champs
WRESTLERS HAVE SUCCESSFUL SEASON
1969-'70 was a year of firsts for Armijo wrestling. Led
by captain John Silva, the team finished third in the strong
The ll win, 10 loss record marked a new high for our
John Silva, 123 pounder became the first Armijo League
hampion. He also captured titles at the Esparto, Solano,
ind Del Campo tourneys, and placed second at the Fairfield
and Sac-Joaquin Sub-Sections. John was fourth in the Sec-
tions and became the first Indian to travel to the Nor- Cal
Indian Will Benda and Joe Honey won second place
honors in leagueg John Cameron, with a season record of
20-8, and Chris Husted, 22-3, both captured titles at the
Esparto Tourney, and each was third in the league compe-
Senior Joe Holquin was honored as "Most Inspirational
Wrestler", while John Silva was "Most Valuable" and Joe
Honey was "Most lmproved"
Kneeling fL-RJ: George Honey, John Cameron, James Brooks, Pedro Owens, John Silva, Joe Honey, Will Benda
Chris Wakefield. Standing CL-RJ: Coach Cortese, Mike Donahue, Rufus O'Quin, Hector Vargas, Larry Haynes,
Scott Ledford, Joe Holquin, Chris Husted, Shayne Cunningham.
Coach Cortese looks on with unrestrained apathy
Rod Mineer puts his move on an opponent.
Get off my back!
A handshake instead of a kiss?
JUNIOR VARSITY FINISI-IES IN FINE FASHION
The junior varsity compiled a great record of 11 wins against only four
Led by "Most Valuable Wrestler", Charles Andrews, and "Most Improved'
Chris Wakefield, this team promises to make next year's wrestling team even
more exciting and successful.
Andrews finished with a respectable 10-6 record, and Wakefield was 9-7.
Other top wrestlers were Greg Day, 5-8, Mike Garrison, 6-4, and Ed Mc-
Kneeling fL-RJ: Phil Bock, Charles Harper, Greg Day, Charles Andrews, Lance Stephens, Mark Jason.
Standing fL-RJ: Sam Pethers, Rod Mineer, Ed McGi1vray, Harold Tracy, Mike Dillman, and Mike
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Back Row: fL-Ry J. Graf, R. Duffy, G. Brant, R. Skinner, G. Martin, F. Vaughn, R,
Ham, G. Williams
Armijo's basketball team this year was led to its 9-17 record by junior forward
Martin scored 477 points during the season, bringing his career total to 909
points. George also led in rebounds, but in both categories was followed by Gary
Grant, 6'7" junior center, garnered 306 points, and played second only to
Martin in rebounds,
The Indians took consolation prize in two tournaments this yearg the Ander-
son and Benicia Invitationals.
Armijo beat crosstown rivals, the Vanden Vikings twice, once during coach
Hopkins' 500th Armijo game. Fairfield High, Delta Champs, beat Armijo twice,
but not without a truly spirited fight.
OO CH HOPKINS WINS sootlv GAME
Ed Hopkins, "Mr, Basketball", has earned
that title over a period of thirty years of
coaching that sport at Armijo.
This year, a significant event took place
against one of the Indians' newest and most
despised enemiesg Vanden High.
Coach Hopkin's 500th game at Armijo.
The game was a victory for the Indians, as
they clobbered the Vikes, 68-56. Mr. Hop-
kins has compiled a 293-222 record over
the course of 25 years of coaching fthree in
Only once since he first started have the
Indians finished under .500.
Varsity Basketball Statistics:
Martin 1 87
Grant 1 01
Tharp 1 O8
Martin sets up play which tallies two
more for Armijo.
Aitkin lays one in against Fairfield
behind Davis defenders for
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Tharp drives around Fairfield player.
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Front QL-RJ: Mike Hrabovsky, Tony Vadayog mgr., Mike Dickson, Back CL-RJ: Coach Vaughn, Fred
Hearn, Kerry Kreuter, Ron Lei, Lonnie Spencer, Chris Tatham, Ron Lourant, Brad Baker, Larry Day, Gary
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The papooses finished their season with a 5-9 record. Paced by Clarence Smithey, with
148 total points, Armijo came out on top of Fairfield and Vanden. Smithey played with the
junior varsity, as did Lonnie Spencer. Mike Perez was the team's next high scorer. The squad
shows a great potential for next year's junior varsity team.
Front fL-RJ: Jeff Hopkins,
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Mike Perez, James Brook,
Bob Morris. Back fL-RJ:
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This year's cross country team, coached for the second year by Ernie Drake,
strived for "individuality", and it got it.
Two runners, John Silva, and Will Benda, wound up with the highest honors
for the season. They both went on to sub-sections and qualified to go on to the
Sac-Joaquin meet, where they did very well.
Terry Brenna, a sophomore, ran very well as a varsity harrier. Steve Swener-
ton and Warren Smith were the only returning lettermen from last year's team.
Jim Vaughn and Steve Kightlinger rounded out the varsity runners, while Nelson
Howard, Dave Wolfe, Charles Harper, and Jeff Hopkins 1nade up the junior varsity
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John Silva fleftj and Will Benda Crightj took top
honors in this year's cross country team.
Silva, a senior, has participated in cross country
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out his high school career for his work in track and
wrestling. John holds many records and titles in each
lndian Will Benda, a junior, promises to add
spark to next year's team. Will also participates in
wrestling and track.
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Jason Lewis, Bob Morris, Eric Nelson, John Pena, Steve Palfey, Mark Patterson Dennis Richardson Scott Sagert
TENNI MEANS AGVION
John Sadler, Andy Paine, Dennis Mattos, Steve Swenerton, Harold Tracy, Jerry
McGee, Henry Yee, Hubert Methner, Bill Toranto, Nelson Howard, Jim Hines,
Kevin Cole, and David Wolfe
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I think of morning class and of my
chair always waiting for me even when
I didn't show up.
I don't know why I didn't go except
that the day was more beautiful.
Some classes were better. In history
every word stood out to me,
black on white.
My mind was elated by images and
I think of it still more. Noons
by the cool dimness of the den.
I listened to the beat awhile and
to a friend,
but again I listened to the
"sounds of silence" and
found myself alone and crowded.
Edna Manteca Elias comes to Armijo from a school in Mexico
called Escuela Secundarea Federal "Martires de 1906 She lived in
Cananea, Sanora, Mexico. In Mexico she was one of a family of
Edna came to the United States to learn English and stayed with
her aunt and uncle until they went to Spain, Now she is staying with
Mrs. Christenberry. Fairfield, as a town, and Armijo, as a school,
are both good places to Edna and she is glad to be here.
In the future Edna plans to be an English and Spanish teacher in
Mexico, but right now she enjoys sewing, cooking, dancing, and
horsesg but in her words: "l think l like to do everything! "
Edna says that the teenagers here have more freedom than in
Mexico and she also says that she will always remember the people
here at Armijo whom she found friendly and helpful.
Carlos Monteiro is a Brazilian from the school called
Colegio Diocesano Santo Antonio. He plans to be an agrono
mist and came to Armijo to study American Agriculture and
join our FFA, besides learning better English. Carlos speaks
Carlos thinks Armijo is a good school. He finds the
Agriculture classes interesting and the teachers pleasant.
The Agriculture classes, he feels, will be very helpful to
his future as an agronomist in Brazil.
At home Carlos is kept busy working with his horses and
sheep, and raising crops for himself.
The teenagers in America are similar to those in Brazil,
according to Carlos, and when he goes home he will remem-
ber the ice cream, the hamburgers, Armijo, and the Hervey
family, whom he is living with.
Hubert Methner is an exchange student from Germany
who came here to broaden his experiences. He come to
Armijo from the German school called Niedersachsische
Heimschule Wolfenbuttel. He thinks that German and
American students are similar.
Hubert's interests include photography, tennis, traveling,
soccer, and art. He is the youngest in a family of three boys
He is now staying with the Sumner family and when he
goes back to Germany he will always remember the first day
he spent here.
HONORS AND AW EDS
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Bank of America Award -
Don Hom Science and Math.
Bank of America Fairfield- Suisun
Award - Liberal Arts. Award - Boy of the
Bank of America
Award - Vocational
Bank of America Award
Bank of America
Award - Social
Bank of America
Award - Music.
Bank of America
Award - Mathematics. Ruby Tom
STUDENT AWARDS Wm-I NO PICIUPE
BANK OF AMERICA AWARDS BOY AND GIRL OF THE YEAR AWARD
Bernard Scholl - Trade and Industrial Arts Presented By
Larry Benedict - Drama FAIRFIELD- SUISUN EXCHANGE CLUB
Jennifer Paine - English Steve Swenerton
Denise McGraw - Business Kathy Harris
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Football 3 yrs. Future plans - Physical
GAS 1 yr. Future plans - Private Secre-
ALEXIUS AIU, JR.
Football 2 yrs. , Baseball 1 yr. Wrestling'
2 yrs. , Block A 1 yr., Art Club 2 yrs.
Future plans - teacher.
FFA 2 yrs. Future plans - Law Enforce-
Formerly attended Vanden High School,
Fairfield, Ca. Future plans - college.
CSF 1 yr. , Science 84 Math Club 1 yr.
Drama Club 4 yrs. , Campus Life Club 1
yr., Central Comm, 1 yr. Future plans -
work with diesels .
Band 3 yrs. Future plans - Psychologist.
Basketball Homecoming Queen Attendant
- Freshman Year.
Hockey, Softball, Badminton 3 yrs.
Spirit Club 4 yrs., Deca Club 1 yr. Cen-
tral Comm. 2 yrs. , Freshman Cheer-
leader, Pom Pon Girl 1 yr. Mascot 1 yr.
Sign Carrier 1 yr. Football Homecoming
Queen Attendant - Junior Year.
Spirit Club 3 yrs., "S" Club 2 yrs. Cam-
pus Life Club 2 yrs, , Science SL Math
Club 1 yr, , CSF 4 yrs, , Spanish Club 2
yrs, , Deca Club 1 yr. - state pres. ,
Central Comm. 3 yrs. , Pom-Pon Girl 1
yr. FFA Sweetheart-Junior yr. Home-
coming Attendant- Soph. yr.
Future plans - Photography.
Football 1 yr. , Wrestling 1 yr. Block A
1 yr. Future plans - Law.
Formerly attended Redwood High School,
Visalia, Ca. Future plans - Pharmacist.
Spirit Club 3 yrs., Campus Life Club 1
yr. , Deca Club 1 yr.-state officer.
French Club, Central Comm. 2 yrs.
Future plans - Business Administration.
Future plans - Engineering or Medicine. 4
Spirit Club 3 yrs, , Spanish Club 2 yrs. ,
International Club 1 yr. Formerly at-
tended American Academy, Halandri,
Athens, Greece. Future plans - Regis-
Spirit Club 2 yrs., Pom Pon Girl 1 yr.
Sign Carrier 1 yr. Future plans - Nurse
Spirit Club 3 yrs. , GAS 1 yr, , Flag
Twirler 1 yr. Future plans - Fashion
Football 1 yr,
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , French Club l yr.
Future plans - Private Secretary,
General Activities .
GAS 1 yr. , Deca Club 1 yr. Future plans
- Dental Assistant.
Football 1 yr, , FFA 4 yrs, Future plans
Motorcycle Racer, Welder.
Football l yr. , Baseball l yr. Band 3
yrs. , Block A 1 yr. Future plans - Data
"S" Club 2 yrs. , Science 8a Math Club 1
yr. , CSF 1 yr. Future plans - teacher.
GAS 1 yr, Future plans - Art.
Track, Volleyball 1 yr. , Spirit Club 1
yr., Home Ec. Club l yr. , GAS l yr, ,
Future plans - Beautician.
Future plans - Aircraft Maintenance.
Football 3 yrs. , Baseball 2 yrs. , Cross-
country 1 yr, , Spanish Club 2 yrs, , Ski
Club 3 yrs.
Future plans - Telephone Operator.
Future plans - Forestry or Oceanography.
CI-IERYL DA VIS
Formerly attended Fairfield High School,
Golf l yr,
International Club l yr.-president.
Future plans - Law or the Arts.
Hockey, Softball, Volleyball 2 yrs. ,
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , GAS 3 yrs, , Spanish
Club I yr. , Sign Carrier l yr. Future
plans - homemaking.
LINDA MARSHALL DOUTI-IIT
Home Ec Club 2 yrs.
Hockey l yr. , Spirit Club 3 yrs, "S" Club
2 yrs, , GAS 4 yrs. , Alpha Iota 1 yr. ,
International Club 1 yr., Soph. Senator,
Central Comm, 3 yrs., Sign Carrier 1 yr, ,
Flag Twirler 1 yr, Future plans - Women's
Future plans - Computer Operator,
WAYNE CRAFT gr. 5
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Wrestling 1 yr., Golf 1 yr. Future plans - 4 yn
ERNEST CROSSON ' Nr!
Football 1 yr, , German Club 2 yrs.
Cross-country 4 yrs., Track 2 yrs.
Football 2 yrs. , Golf 1 yr. , FFA 2 yrs.
Formerly attended Satellite High School,
Satellite Beach, Florida. Future plans -
Football, Track, Tennis 1 yr., Basket-
ball 2 yrs., Block A 2 yrs. , Frosh Senator,
Junior Class officer, Central Comm. 1 yr.
Future plans - Law.
A Cappella Club 2 yrs, , Future plans -
Hockey, Swimming 1 yr. , Spirit Club 1
yr. , GAS 1 yr., Head of Flag Twirlers 1
yr. Future plans - Dental Assistant.
Future plans - nurse, homemaker.
Spirit Club, GAS 1 yr, Future plans -
Football 4 yrs. , Basketball 1 yr., Base
ball 2 yrs. , Block A 2 yrs, Frosh Sen-
FFA 2 yrs.
Drama Club 2 yrs Future plans s
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FFA 3 yrs. , Future plans - Agriculture.
Drama Club 4 yrs. , A Cappella Club 3
yrs. Future plans - Navy.
International Club 1 yr, Future plans -
Track 1 yr. Future plans - Air Force.
Science and Math Club 2 yrs. , Science
and Math Honor Society 2 yrs. , French
Club 1 yr. , CSF 3 yrs. Future plans -
Basketball 1 yr. Future plans - College
Hockey 2 yrs., Spirit Club 3 yrs., Home
Ec Club l yr, , "S" Club l yr., GAS 2 yrs.
Drama Club 4 yrs., Campus Life Club 3
yrs. Future plans - NUrse's Aide.
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RICHARD HA M
Basketball 2 yrs. , Golf l yr., Block A l
yr. Formerly attended Hogan High School,
Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, GAS
2 yrs. Formerly attended Hogan High
School, Vallejo, Calif. Future plans -
Future plans - Aeronautical Engineer or
Football 2 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs., Base
ball 3 yrs. Future plans - Professional
Formerly attended E, W. Clark High
School, Las Vegas, Nevada. Future
plans - Modeling.
FFA 1 yr., Spanish Club 1 yr. Future
plans - Agricultural Engineering.
Science 84 Math Club 1 yr., Astronomy
Club 1 yr. Future plans - Paleontology.
Drama Club 1 yr., Junior Senator.
Future plans - Counseling.
Spirit Club 4 yrs., Latin Club 2 yrs.,
FFA Sweetheart-Senior Yr. Central
Comm. 2 yrs., Cheerleader 3 yrs., Pom
Pon Girl 1 yr. , Basketball Homecoming
Queen Attendant - Junior Yr. Future
plans - Physical Ed. Teacher,
Volleyball 1 yr., Drama Club 1 yr.,
Spirit Club 1 yr. , Home Ec. Club 2 yrs. ,
GAS 2 yrs. , Campus Life Club 4 yrs.
Future plans - nurse's aide.
Hockey 1 yr. , Spirit Club 3 yrs. , "S"
Club 2 yrs., GAS 3 yrs. , Science 84 Math
Club 3 yrs., CSF 3 yrs., Spanish Club 2
yrs. , Alpha Iota 2 yrs. Future plans -
General Activities .
Football 4 yrs., Track 1 yr., FFA 2 yrs., 5'
Block A 2 yrs. Senior Senator. Future R -' '
plans - Agriculture. ' K'
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Football 4 yrs, , Baseball 2 yrs., Wres- ' A .,' I sf
tling 2 yrs., Block A 2 yrs. A , 5 V . I
5 Spirit Club 1 yr., Deca Club 1 yr., Deca
Queen. Future plans - Secretary
Hockey 3 yrs., Volleyball 3 yrs., Basket-
ball 2 yrs. , Softball 1 yr., GAS 3 yrs.,
Spirit Club 2 yrs., CSF 4 yrs., Science
84 Math Club 1 yr., Central Comm. 1
yr. Future plans - Physical Ed. Teacher.
FBLA 1 yr., Deca Queen. Future plans -
Spanish Club 1 yr. Future plans - Com-
puter Programming .
Future plans - IBM Data Processing.
Spanish Club 2 yrs. Future plans - Social
Volleyball, Badminton 2 yrs. , Hockey 1
yr., Drama Club, Spirit Club, Science
86 Math Club, Stylus-Literary Club.
Future plans - Teacher.
Track 1 yr. , Band 3 yrs., FFA 4 yrs.,
Chess Club 1 yr. Future plans - Agricul-
ture, Veterinarian, or Air Force.
Hockey 3 yrs., Softball 2 yrs. , Track 2
yrs. , Basketball 1 yr. , GAS 3 yrs. , Spirit
Club 2 yrs, , Art Club 2 yrs, , Sophomore
cabinet officer, Central Comm. 3 yrs,
Future plans - Veterinarian.
Cross-country 1 yr. , Band Manager 1 yr.
Future plans - Mechanical Engineer.
Football 3 yrs. , Track 1 yr, , Wrestling3
yrs. , Block A 2 yrs., FBLA 1 yr.
Spirit Club 4 yrs. , Varsity Cheerleader 1
yr., Basketball Homecoming Queen At-
tendant-Soph. Yr, Future plans - Secre-
Football 2 yrs. , Key Club 2 yrs, , CSF
3 yrs. , Spanish Club, Science SL Math
Club 1 yr. , German Club, Math 84 Sci-
ence Honor Society, Sophomore Senator,
Junior 84 Senior Class President, Central
Comm. 1 yr. Future plans - Accountant
Home Ec Club 3 yrs. Future plans -
International Club 1 yr. Future plans -
Track, Softball, Volleyball, Hockey 2
yrs., Basketball 1 yr., GAS 4 yrs., Spirit
Club 4 yrs., "S" Club 1 yr., Alpha Iota
1 yr., A Cappella Club 4 yrs. , Madrigals
2 yrs., Central Comm, 3 yrs, , Mascot 1
yr. Future plans - Music Teacher or
Football 2 yrs., Wrestling 1 yr. Formerly
attended Grant High School, Portland,
Ore, Future plans - College.
CA THI JONES
Spirit Club 1 yr. , Art Club 2 yrs, Future
plans - Fashion Designer.
Hockey 1 yr, , GAS 3 yrs., Spirit Club 2
yrs. , Central Comm, 1 yr, Future plans
- Physical Ed. Teacher.
DA VID KELLY
Future plans - Homemaker.
Cross-country 1 yr, Future plans
Spanish Club 1 yr. Future plans - Drafts-
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , GAS 2 yrs. , Madrigals
2 yrs., Freshman Class Secretary, Central
Comm. 1 yr. Future plans - Teacher.
Football 3 yrs., Basketball 1 yr. , Base-
ball 4 yrs. Future plans - Business.
Volleyball 86 Softball 2 yrs.f Badminton
4 yrs, , Basketball, GAS 2 yrs. , Home Ec
Club 1 yr., Drama Club 2 yrs. Future
plans - Theology.
Deca Club. Formerly attended Mills High
School 84 South Sumter High School in
Florida. Future plans - Singer, Entertainer
Band 2 yrs. Formerly attended Dover Air
Force Base High School, Dover, Del.
Future plans - Music Teacher
Softball 1 yr. , Home Ec Club 2 yrs.
Future plans - Homemaker.
Formerly attended Porterville Union High
School, Porterville, Calif. Future plans
- Law Enforcement,
Volleyball 2 yrs. , Hockey 81 Track 1 yr. .
Band 4 yrs., "S" Club 2 yrs. , GAS 4 yrs. ,
CSF 1 yr. , Central Comm. 2 yrs. Future
plans - Physical Ed. Teacher.
General Activities .
Baseball 1 yr., FFA 2 yrs. . Key Club 3
yrs. Future plans - Wildlife Conservation.
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Wrestling 2 yrs. , Block A 3 yrs. , Spanish
Club 1 yr. , Art Club 2 yrs. Future plans
Football 1 yr , Track 4 yrs. , Wrestling 2
yrs. , Block A 2 yrs, , Science SL Math
Club 2 yrs. Future plans - Pollution Con-
trol Engineer .
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Wrestling 2 yrs, , Block A 2 yrs. Art Club
3 yrs. , Central Comm, 2 yrs, Future
plans - Connnercial Artist or Art Teacher.
Drama Club, Spirit Club, GAS, Science
8 Math Club, Spanish Club 1 yr., "S"
Club 2 yrs. Future plans - Stewardess.
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , Central Comm, 4 yrs.
Future plans - Mortician.
JONA THA N LA NG
Band 3 yrs, , Drum Major, Key Club 3
yrs.-Secretary, CSF 1 yr. President,
Freshman 85 Sophomore Senator, Junior
Class cabinet member, ASB Vice-
President, Central Comm. 1 yr. Future
plans - Architect or Teacher.
General Activities .
General Activities .
Hockey 2 yrs., GAS 4 yrs., Spirit Club 3
yrs. , "S" Club 2 yrs. , Spanish Club 1 yr. ,
International Club. Future plans - Peace
Drama Club I yr.
General Activities .
Future plans - Secretary.
Drama Club 3 yrs. Future plans - Nurse's
Spanish Club I yr., International Club.
Exchange student from Mexico. Future
plans - Teacher.
GAS I yr., Home Ec Club I yr. Future
plans - Beautician.
GAS 3 yrs. , Science 85 Math Club, CSF
Spanish Club 2 yrs. , International Club
1 yr, Future plans - Nurse.
Hockey 1 yr, , Softball 1 yr. , Basketball
1 yr., GAS 2 yrs, , Spirit Club 1 yr.
Future plans - Nursing.
Spirit Club 4 yrs., "S" Club 1 yr., CSF
2 yrs. , Russian Club 2 yrs., 1969 Football
Homecoming Queen, Football Homecom-
ing Queen Attendant-Freshman yr. , Cen-
tral Comm. 2 yrs., lunior Varsity 8s Var-
sity Cheerleader, Pom Pon Girl 1 yr.
Future plans - Physical Ed. Teacher.
CORNELI US MA NIX
General Activities .
Hockey 2 yrs. , Softball 1 yr., GAS 2
yrs. , Spirit Club 2 yrs. , Campus Life
Club 1 yr. , Science 86 Math Club 1 yr.
Future plans - Nurse.
Future plans - Navy or Law Enforcement.
GAS 1 yr. Formerly attended Napa High N
School, Napa, Calif. Future plans - X
Special Ed. Teacher.
Future plans - Electrical Engineer.
Baseball 1 yr, , Cross-country 2 yrs. .
Band 2 yrs., Key Club 3 yrs. , Sopho-
more 81 Junior Class Vice-President.
Baseball 2 yrs., Campus Life Club 1 yr,
Future plans - Mechanic.
Hockey 2 yrs., Track 1 yr., Home Ec
Club 1 yr. , Deca Club 1 yr. Future plans
Football 1 yr. , Track 1 yr., Deca Club,
Future plans - Machinist.
FFA 1 yr. Formerly attended school in
Wolfenbuttel, Germany .
Hockey 1 yr. , Spirit Club 3 yrs. , FFA 1
yr. Future plans - Dental Lab Technician.
Volleyball, Spirit Club 2 yrs. Future
Plans - Interior Decorator.
Football 3 yrs., Baseball 3 yrs, , Block A
2 yrs. Future plans - Chef or baseball
Future plans - Wildlife Conservation.
Photography Club 1 yr, , Industrial Arts
Club 1 yr. -president. Future plans -
Underwater Research Photographer.
Band 3 yrs., Drama Club 8 yrs., Spirit
Club I yr, , Alpha Iota l yr. . Majorette
Deca Club. Future plans - Mechanic.
Formerly attended Dan McCarty lligh
School, Fort Pierce, Florida. Future
plans - Secretary, Homemaker.
Football 2 yrs., Wrestling 3 yrs. , Band
2 yrs, , Block A 2 yrs. Future plans -
Football 1 yr., Art Club I yr., Inter-
national Club l yr. Future plans -
Marine Biology, 103
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , "S" Club 3 yrs. , GAS
1 yr. , CSF 2 yrs., Science 86 Math Club
2 yrs., Spanish Club 1 yr. , FBLA, Inter-
national Club, Senior Class Secretary,
Central Comm. 2 yrs. Future plans -
Football 4 yrs. , Basketball 3 yrs. , Block
A 2 yrs. , Key Club 2 yrs. , Central Comm.
1 yr., ASB President.
Hockey 1 yr. , Volleyball 2 yrs., Softball
3 yrs., Band 4 yrs. , "S" Club 3 yrs.-
secretary, GAS 4
Club 1 yr., CSF 4 yrs. -secretary, Cen-
tral Comm. 1 yr. , Junior Senator, ASB
Basketball 2 yrs. , Tennis 1 yr. , Block A
1 yr., Deca Club 1 yr. Future plans -
yrs. , Science gc Math
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Spirit Club 4 yrs. , Spanish Club 1 yr, ,
International Club. Future plans - Public
FFA 4 yrs.
Future plans - Armed Services.
FFA 2 yrs. Future plans - Airman.
Drama Club 1 yr., Spirit Club 2 yrs, ,
Spanish Club 1 yr, , International Club 1
yr. Future plans - secretary.
Future plans - Draftsman.
General Activities. 5 A
Football 4 yrs. , Baseball 1 yr., Band 3
yrs., Block A 2 yrs. , Freshman Class
President, Central Comm. 1 yr.
FFA 3 yrs., Spanish Club 1 yr. Future
plans - Radio Broadcaster.
Formerly attended Amarillo High School,
Amarillo, Texas. Future plans - Stenog-
Campus Life Club 1 yr. Future plans -
GAS 1 yr.
Hockey, GAS 1 yr, , Spirit Club 1 yr.
Future plans - Clerk-Typist.
Cross-country 3 yrs., Track 2 yrs, , Block
A 1 yr.
Future plans - Secretary.
Football 3 yrs., Basketball 1 yr., Track
2 yrs., Deca Club, Central Comm, 1 yr.
Future plans - Engineering.
Football 3 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs., Base-
ball, Golf, Tennis 1 yr., Block A 2 yrs, ,
Key Club l yr., Central Comm. 1 yr.
Future plans - Architect.
Hockey 2 yrs. , Volleyball 2 yrs., Basket-
ball 1 yr., Softball 1 yr., GAS 4 yrs.,
Spirit Club 3 yrs. , Art Club, Central
Comm. 1 yr. Future plans - Art Teacher,
"S" Club l yr., Sophomore Class Secre-
tary, Central Comm. 3 yrs. Future plans
Future plans - U.S. Fish 82 Game Dept,
4 yrs Band 4 yrs Future plans Music
Football 1 yr Basketball 1 yr Block A F
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Football 1 yr., Basketball 4 yrs. , Cross-
country 1 yr. , Track 2 yrs. , Tennis 1 yr,
Block A 2 yrs. , Spanish Club 1 yr. Future -
plans - History Professor. jf
Band 4 yrs, , Spirit Club 1 yr.
General Activities .
Football 2 yrs., Baseball 2 yrs, , Block A
1 yr. Future plans - Press Operator.
Football 4 yrs., Baseball 2 yrs. Future
plans - Navy, Machinist's Mate.
Hockey 2 yrs., Softball 1 yr. , Basketball
1 yr., GAS 4 yrs., Spirit Club 3 yrs.,
Home Ec Club 1 yr., Spanish Club 1 yr.,
International Club, Alpha Iota. Future
plans - Interpreter,
Track 3 yrs., Block A 2 yrs, , Central
Spirit Club 2 yrs, Future plans - Data
Spirit Club 1 yr. Future plans - Court
Football 4 yrs. , Track 1 yr. , Wrestling 1
yr., Block A 3 yrs., Key Club 3 yrs.,
Future plans - Aeronautical Engineering.
Football 4 yrs., Basketball 4 yrs. , Block
A 2 yrs., Key Club 2 yrs. Future plans -
Football 4 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs. , Block
108 A 2 yrs. Future plans - Craftsman.
General Activities .
Latin Club. Future plans - Computer
Football 1 yr. , Cross-country 1 yr, , FFA
4 yrs. , Key Club 3 yrs. , Junior Senator.
GAS 1 yr., Home Ec Club 1 yr. , Spanish
Club 1 yr. Future plans - Social Work.
Football 3 yrs. , Baseball 4 yrs. , Block A
3 yrs., Key Club 2 yrs, , Sophomore Class
Vice-President, Central Comm, 2 yrs,
Future plans - Stock Broker.
Football 2 yrs, Future plans - Draftsman.
Cross-country 2 yrs. , Tennis 2 yrs, , CSF
4 yrs, , Science 84 Math Club 4 yrs., Chess
Club 2 yrs. , International Club 1 yr,
Future plans - Scientific Research.
stone High School, Limestone, Maine
Future plans - nursing
Future plans - college
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"S" Club 1 yr. Formerly attended Lime- yi
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Volleyball 1 yr., Basketball 1 yr. , GAS
1 yr, , Home Ec Club 2 yrs. , FBLA 2 yrs
Central Comm, 4 yrs,
Hockey 1 yr. , Track 1 yr. , GAS 3 yrs.,
Band 4 yrs. , "S" Club 2 yrs. , Central
Comm, 2 yrs. Future plans - Physical
Future plans - Office Clerk.
Band 4 yrs, , Spirit Club l yr., Inter-
national Club l yr., Honor Band 4 yrs,
Future plans - Chemist,
MA RY TRUIILLO
General Activitics .
IA MES TURNBO
Drama Club 4 yrs., Deca Club l yr.,
Art Club l yr. Future plans - English
KEVIN VALCOUR '
FFA I yr., Central Comm, l yr. Future
plans - Ornamental Horticulturist.
Future plans - Theology.
GAYLE WEA VER
Home Ec Club l yr., Central Comm, 1
yr. Future plans - Nurse.
Spirit Club 3 yrs, , Photography Club I
yr., Central Comm. 3 yrs. , Fall Cabinet
representative, Yearbook Editor, Pom Pon
Girl 1 yr., Sign Carrier 1 yr. 'Future plans
General Activities. I
Cross-country 2 yrs
Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Gym-
nastics, GAS 1 yr., Drama Club 2 yrs. ,
Spirit Club 4 yrs. , "S" Club 2 yrs.,
Spanish Club 3 yrs., International Club 1
yr., Deca Club Queen, Central Comm,
1 yr, , Junior Class Vice-President. Fu-
ture plans - Social Worker.
Football 1 yr., Basketball 4 yrs., Base-
ball 2 yrs. , Track 2 yrS. , GO1f 1 yr.,
Block A 2 yrs., Key Club 2 yrs, Future
plans - Statistician.
Wrestling 3 yrs., Industrial Am Club 1
yr. Future plans - Naval Officer.
Football 4 yrs., Track 3 yrs, , Sophomore
84 Senior Senator, Freshman Class Vice-
President, Central Comm, 3 yrs,
Drama Club 3 yrs. Future plans - Dra-
Wrestling 1 yr.
Football 1 yr. , Basketball 3 yrs., Deca
Club 1 yr. Future plans - Armed Services,
Spirit Club 2 yrs. , Home Ec Club 1 yr.,
Human Relations Comm. Future plans -
Hockey 3 yrs. , Volleyball 2 yrs., Basket-
ball 1 yr., Softball 1 yr, , GAS 3 yrs.,
Spirit Club 2 yrs., Central Comm, 1 yr. ,
Mascot 1 yr., Sign Carrier 1 yr. , Foot-
ball Homecoming Queen Attendant-
Senior Yr. Future plans - Teacher.
Football 4 yrs. , Basketball 1 yr, , Base-
ball 2 yrs,, Block A 2 yrs, , Key Club
2 yrs., Senior Senator, Sophomore Class
President, Central Comm. 1 yr.
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MUSIC AND DRAMA
I think of light shows, of laughter and one-
room tripsg their popularity grows.
Of ballets, concerts and dramas, all com-
pleting the sensual communication. And I was
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Front Row: CL-R5 Beth Anderson, Lana Neese, Mitzi Joraskie, Marlis Mallory, Diane Marriano, Lucy Gellet, Debbie Davis, 2nd Row:
QL-RJ Jan Sanderson, Carolyn Simpson, Karen Lim, Betty Ellsworth, Jane Mopas, Paul Grable, Allan Shoupman, Karen Thurn, Carolyn
Lovardi, Debbie Wiseman, Jenny Paine, Evelyn Tipton, Mark Harvey, Bob Slackg 3rd Row: fL-RJ Jadelle Yee, Margaret Gilbreath,
Toni DeCoster, Georgette Garret, Nancy Roberson, Diane Smith, Debbie Joraskie, Kita Abara, Lillian Jorgenson, Jim Hendrix, Doug
McCabe, Tim Wright, Molly LaPlante, Don Hervey, Sharon Berg, Linda Berg, Andy Paine, Ron Lacroix, John Sadlerg 4th Row: CL-RJ
Anita Velez, Debbie Courtney, Steve Hilliard, Eddie Cross, Paul Ortega, John Kessel, Gary McCoy, Ron Holland, Back Row: CL-RJ
Barry Kidd, Jim Bennett, Rick Denton, Kevin Jones, Mike Loebs, and,Director-Mr. Ray Lindsay
IN LCDNG BEACH
Band Aid, John Hornback,
makes a last minute touch-
up on Nancy Roberson's hat.
Director, Ray Lindsay, explains the parade route to the
band's drum major, Mike Loebs.
Long Beach is the biggest parade in all of California for band
competition. A total of seventy-four bands attended the review this
year. Armijo is especially proud since its band traveled the farthest
distance to attend the Review.
There were five divisions and five trophies for each division.
Armijo's band placed fourth in its division which is very fantastic be-
cause this puts us about the 15th best band in all of California. We
also did better than the band in 1966, placing fourth. Our band def-
initely showed the most spirit and displayed the most bright and color-
ful banner in the entire Review.
Only the best bands are invited to Long Beach. Armijo's band was
very proud to display her banner and school name because it is and
always will be the PRIDE OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.
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Armijo tied for fourth place with "Das Palos" in
Long Beach. Both drum majors are awaiting the
decision of the toss to see which band gets to
take the trophy home.
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In December the A Cappella, under the direction
of Miss Delany, presented a very successful Christ-
mas program. The remainder of the year, the A
Cappella practiced and enjoyed participating in the
activities which followed.
Front Row: CL-RJ Kathy Berg, Nona Gould, Donna Glasgow, 2nd Row: QL-Ry Becky Tinsley, Lori Hoxi,
Jane Kyle, Cathy Hornback, Paula Ward, Robin Brouseg 3rd Row: CL-RJ Alice Jackson, Beth Anderson,
Debbie Easterwood, Sharon Ham, Kathy Dowlingg 4th Row: CL- Ry Nathan Cagle, Bruce Croft, Bill Gaither
Steve Salamon, Gary Bailey
Majorettes: Cindy Mueller fleftj and Gin-
ger Decoster frightj
The Flag Twirlers were one of the highlights of
Armijo's annual Homecoming Parade.
AND Tl-IE BEN
Marching proudly in front of the band, the Majorettes
and the Flag Twirlers did an outstanding job this year. All
of the girls worked hard in preparing themselves for the
halftime performances, the Long Beach Band Festival, and
for many local parades.
On November 1, 1969 the Armijo Drama Club proudly presented the
COMEDY REVUE. The first part of the show was the work of the students.
They thought up the pantomimes and the improvisations on their own.
The director, Mr, Siegfried, acted only as a guide.
The second half of the show was a production of part of Shakespeare's
play "A Midsummer Night's Dream". It was about the misadventures of
a group of brmgling players who try to do a play for the Duke. Once
again Shakespeare proved to be the greatest.
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For me there was a special kind of
Going from day to day, moving always upward,
fighting challenges, defeating tasks, some
defeating me. Always I came. lt was for me,
a special kind of Loving:
This year's student government has done quite a bit in the way of student relations. Several programs were initi-
ated to liven spirit around Armijo,
The first major one 'was the Senate's request for a girls' "Pants Day", and the District approved a new dress code
which allowed not only pants for girls every day, but loosened restrictions on boys' styles. The Senate established a
trash can painting contest to color up the school, and also took over the after-game dance to add more revenue to
The Student Body President, Bob Osborne, was re-elected to a second term. Bob enjoys a position as High School
advisor to the District Board of Supervisors: a new office created this year. Mike Loebs, Vice-President, was also
re-elected to his post as president of the Senate. Jenny Paine, who served as Secretary the first semester, was suc-
ceeded by Karen Thurn.
The senate had only three members which have not served in the Senate before. Then the mid-semester elec-
tions were held, a first for the Senate, brought about a bill passed in the first term, Only one new Senator was
elected, Jenny Paine. She replaced Woody Yarborough, who resigned. Jenny, who served as a Senator her junior
year. The other veterans were: Ed Urbanik, another senior, who was a Senator his sophomore year, Warren Smith,
a junior with three years' experience, and Jadelle Yee, a junior who served two years. Warren was the President
Pro-Tempore and Jadelle was Parliamentarian.
The other senior Senator was Larry Glashoff, Robin sparks was the remaining junior. The sophomores were:
Shane Cunningham, Paul Grable, and Ed Cross. Henry Yee, Andy Paine, and Susan Flynt were Freshman representa-
Ivan Collier, a history teacher, was a new addition to the Senate this year. He served as advisor, not related to
the Administration, but acting as a liaison. This system worked out fine and is planned to be continued next year.
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Juniors: J. Yee, W, Smith, and R. Sparks
Karen Thurn Secretary - Spring
Mike Loebs Vice-President - Fall and
Jenny Paine Secretary and Senator - Fall
Bob Osborne President - Fall and Spring
missing is W, Yarborough.
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Below: fL-RJ E. Urbanik and L. Glashoffg
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O. Prather, Vice Pres.
.T Hendrlx Pres
L Ledford, V1ce Pres
G Epps Sec
Juniors: G, Grant, Pres.g S. Staats, Sec.: S
Gregerson, Vice Pres.
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ley, S. Pugh, K. Thurn, A. Kansaku, J. Paine, O. Prather 3rd row Mrs. Valladao, M. Hind-
man, T. DeCoster, C. Simpson, B. Tracas, M. Oliver, A. Jackson, Miss Kendall, Mrs. Bur-
"S" Club, made up totally of girls is affiliated with the Fairfield-Suisun
Soroptomist Club. The "S" Club planned Christmas parties for the aged, helped
the handicapped, mental retarded, aided the school, and strengthened the bond
of friendship between each of the members. These projects and many others have
been accomplished through the qualities of service, leadership, and friendship
which are the established goals of the club.
Members: D. Stemmler-Pres.g B, Osborne-Vice Pres.: M. Loebs-Sec.g D. Sumner-Treas.,
Terry, J. Silva, G. Grant, B. Scholl, W. Smith, W. Benda, D, Garcia, S. Cunningham, Mr. J.
Tomasini and Mr, Raynard CKiwanis Coordinator and Advisory
The Key Club develops initiative and leadership,
provides experience in working together, serves the
school and community in many ways, and prepares its
members for useful citizenship.
Members: B Humma, E. Flores, C.
Samo, D. Vanwieren, F. VanDiemen
I. VanDienem, F. Gonzalez, B.
Heinsch, V. Lang, B. Anderson, D.
White, R. Nocchi, H
LeMol, B. Dickerson,
Prather, C. Bush, M,
. Spencer, C.
D. Humma, O.
Bishop, L. Griffin, V. Bannerman, G.
Garrett, D. Iesch, G.
Perlmutter , J . Russell,
M. Bautista, L. Lowe
, M. Lopez, C.
Lang. Advisors: Mrs.
Mills and Mrs.
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lst place - D. Sumner Cfar lefty
2nd place - J. Frost fmiddlej
Advisor - Mr. Jim Ignatieff
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FFA Chapter Sweethearts
Tina Graham Sr.
Stephanie Liebowitz Jr.
FFA MEMBERS: Front Row: fL-RJ D. Sumner, P. Shigocirg 2nd Row: fL-RJ Mr. Tyler, D. Elsie, D,
Hervey, D. Boehme, D. Stumpg 3rd Row: fL-RJ Mr. Ignatieff, H. Williamson, K. Jansen, C. Banks, M
Biddle, T. Graham, S. Liebowitzg 4th Row: CL-R7 C. Monterios, I. Walsh, R. Kimball, L. Shultz, D
Rassmusgen, S. Brown, Back Row: fL-RJ M. Lozano, S, Hendrix.
MEMBERS: M. Harvey, B. Torento, R. Nocci, I. Conway, D, Wolfe, O, Prather, F. S11va F Benda M
Hindrnan, N. Howard, Advisor Mr
Sec. M. Hindman
Vice-Pres, O, Prather
Pres. M. Harvey
Reporter J, Conway
MEMBERS: fL-RJ Front: B. Blackley, W. McMillan, S. Gribble, L. Biggs, R. Corpstien, back
J. Crain, L. Cuthbert, Mr. Biggs-Advisor, D. Biggs, C, Salinas
A group of students was motivated to do something positive toward encouraging
ethical and spiritual values at school. Four years ago they formed a club for the pur-
pose of encouraging this in some practical way, some living way, on the campus-
the "Campus Life Club".
How does the club get practical about this? It has invited many speakers from dif-
ferent walks of life who could be counted upon to encourage proper values to come to
Armijo and contact students through meetings and discussions. It has encouraged stu-
dents to demonstrate these values in school life, and, in its first year of existence, its
members caught a vision of actively helping others in a finanacial way too.
This vision became reality last school year when the little boy from Vietnam pic-
tured on this page became the recipient of monthly support of 5510. O0 from the Campus
Life Club. This takes care of his needs. Your need may be to join this positive think-
"Train up a child in the way
he should go: and when he is
old, he will not depart from
lst row: D. Jolliff, R. Moatz, R. White, A. Jackson, S Pugh 2nd row R Holt M Hart B Hollrday C
Sandoval, G. Brady, F. Silva, P. Vanguardis, D, Bradley I Jackson 3rd row S Valeriote M Craig D
Fraticelli, M. Bautista, S. Vallero, L. Gollinger, B Cordodor S Howard R Garcia 4th row B Manifold
P, Tagudin, T. Grant, G. Woods, G. Vidal, K, Rennie S Boehme I Miller J Gardiner C Cook 5th
row: L. Gutherie, L. Ledford, S. Kuropatkin, R. Boyce D Jemison R Sparks, G Brown, M Aitken J
Gardiner. 6th row: C. Boyce, S. Flynt, K. Magness T Tiscornia J Smith M Farris C Graham R Davis
D. White. 7th row: C. Low, M. Sparks, I. Zamoyta M Robbins L Spradling N Lei D Goss P Olshef
ski, A. Parrott. ADVISOR: Miss Meek
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The Letterman's Association consists of boys who have
earned their Varsity letter in sports. On November 26, the
Block "A" sponsored a Pizza Party at the Straw Hat, in which
all the guys could bring their favorite girl for fun and food.
The big event came January 30th in the Armijo gymnasium
when Joan Shelly was crowned the first Block "A" Sweet-
heart. Other candidates were: Shirleen Pugh escorted by
Joe Holquin and Barbara Manifold escorted by Jim Smithey.
Joan Shelly and her
escort, Dan Stemmler.
Ioan was crowned the
first Block "A" Sweet-
Block "A" Members: CL-RJ
S, Baracoso, T. Brennon, J. H01
quin, D. Garcia, L. Glashoff, G
Grant, B. Osborne, Ron Cortese-
Advisor, D. Stemmler, K. Kreu-
ter, J. Smithey, E. Skinner, R.
Evans, R. Lanham, C. Morris,
Middle W, Benda, E. Gomez, B
Advisor: Mr. Day
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Astronomy Members: fL-RJ
T. Brennan, J, Graber,
R. Slalski, M, McGee,
The Science and Math Club is an organization that promotes
activities such as: individual research, science projects, and
field trips to help the member find a better understanding in the
fields of science and mathematics.
The highlights this year were:
15 The elections in September for club officers and the
25 ln September an astronomy-interested group formed the
Astronomy Club and elected officers in October.
35 The club entered a float in the homecoming parade
titled "COMPUTER V1CTORY".
45 A field trip to the Bay Area Science Fair in San Francisco
and to the planetarium in the Golden Gate Park was taken
on April llth.
55 Another field trip to Dillon Beach and to the Audubon
Ranch occurred in May.
5? Students assisted the Science Curriculum Coordinator
with the Science Demonstration at the elementary schools
75 A Biology Club was organized at the beginning of the
OFFICERS AND ADVIS ORS:
Back: S. Ledford, Vice-Pres.g Mr. Browng S. Swenerton,
Treas.g Mrs. Potosnak. Front ftop5 M. Baptista, Sec.g W.
Benda , Pres.
Science and Math Club
fL-R5 T. Brennean, I. Gra-
ber, H. Yee, W, Benda, S,
Swenerton, F. Benda, S,
Ledford, R. Nocchi, R. Skal
ski, N. Perrin, M, Bautista
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Members: Betty Belfiore, Teri Blankenship, John Angoco, Gerna Gae Bartenbach, Chris Caulfield,
Linda Conner, Darryl Edwards, Ginger Harper, Teri Harris, Darlene Johnson, Michael Love, Eddie
Murchie, John Perez, Harold Salas, Peter Strybos, James Turnbo, Michael Wagner, Regina White,
Debra Grout, Kyle Bourne, Dan Lane.
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D,E,C.A. Sweethearts fL-R5 Teri Harris,
State Pres.-B. Belfiore
State Sec.-T. Blankenship
Regina White-Queen, Ginger
Back: L. Connor-Sec.:
H. Salas-Sargeant at Arms
Front: T. Blankenship-
Juniors in G.A.S.
C, Zak, N. Peterson, K.
Coughlin, B. Tracas, J.
Jones, C. Vargas, M, Silva,
L. Jackson, D.S, Williams,
D: Fraticell, L. Lei
Sophomores in G.A.S,
F. Silva O. Prather
M. Hart V. Lang I. Hernandez
J. Vaughn P. Tagudin
Seniors in G.A,S.
'7-J. Shelly, J. Paine, A. Jack-
son, G. Yarborough, A. Kansaku
K. Harris. O-S. Ham, K. Mag-
ness, J. Lawley, C.Jesse, S.
Gardiner, K. Thurn
CL-Ry Front: D. Craven, S. Valeriote, 2nd row C.
Jesse, N. Bennett, F, Silva, D. Scott, J. Jackson, J.
Kuropatkin, 3rd row M. Bautista, D. Joraskie, L. Led
ford, V. Bannerman, J. Vaughn, 4th row C. Vargas,
Jackson, L. Jackson, S. Ham, K, Coughlin, V. Jones
5th row J. Lawley, S. Gardiner, N. Peterson, A. Kan-
saku, 6th row M. Turnbo, J. Paine, K. Harris, G.
Yarborough, K. Magness, 7th row K. Ward, M, Hart,
D. Fraticelli, C. Zak, L. Lei, S. Zak
D,s. Williams .JJ
L. Ledford P, Tagudin J. Kuropatkin
I. Paine V. Bannerman J. Shelly
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Hockey fBackJ: J. Vaughn, C. Vargas, J. Shelly, 2nd row L. Lei,
A Jackson, N. Peterson, K. Magness, I. Lawley, K. Thurn, C. Zak,
S. Gardiner, V. Lang, G. Yarborough, K. Harris, A. Kansaku, I.
IV-Varsity Basketball fRightb: Managers N. Peterson, I, Paine,
K. Magness 6th row I. Vaughn, G. Yarborough, D. Fraticelli,
5th row J. Jackson, S., Ham, 4th row D.S. Williams, D, Ioras-
kie, V. Bannerrnan 3rd row N. Bennett, A. Kansaku, L. Led-
ford 2nd row F. Silva, K. Harris, I. Ktuopatkin lst row K.
fL-RJ L. Jackson, A. Kansak
A. Jackson, D. Fraticelli, L.
Lei, Manager N. Peterson, V
Jones, K. Coughlin, I. Jack-
son, S. Ham, K. Harris, G.
fBackj D,S. Williams, J. Jackson,
5th S. Ham, V. Jones, K. Coughlin,
4th S. Zak, L. Lei, C. Zak, 3rd
M. Bautista, L. Jackson, K. Harris
2nd G. Yarborough, D, Jorskie, C.
Jessie, lst D. Fraticelli, M. Hart, S,
Valeroite, D. Craven, F. Silva
fBackJ M. Turnbo, C, Zak, D. Frati-
celli, L. Lei, J. Paine, C. Jesse, N.
Peterson 3rd A, Jackson, L. Jackson
S. Ham 2nd D, Ioraskie, G. Yar-
borough, N. Bennett, L. Ledford, V.
Bannerman lst K. Coughlin, J.
Vaughn, F. Silva, J. Jackson, D.S.
Williams, I. Kuropatkin, K. Magness
Chain Chain Chain
The Soul Rally held in Armijo's gym February 13th marked the climax of
"Black History Week." The former Natural Soul, not the Black Heat played many
features such as: "Chain Chain Chain", "Funky Mule", and "Thank You For
Letting Me Be Myself". Along with the Black Heat, a group which has since
broke-up and joined the Black Heat, played between dance routines and cheers
put on by the Black Students of Armijo.
The Master of Ceremonies was the talented LD. Jackson.
We hope this event continues through the years making Armijo proud of the
Black talent it holds.
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Working on the basis that a student can be taught nothing, but must learn anything
he hopes to master, instructors nevertheless fulfilled an essential and demanding role
as they directed daily class sessions. Young minds needed intelligent guidance, a dis-
cerning comprehension that emphasized important ideas and brought about understand-
ing. A teacher's work was never done, menial tasks outside the classroom were part
of his responsibilities. Still, time was reserved for students' problems, for lighthearted
laughter, for the further enrichment of his own mind.
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Assistant Principalg married and four childreng University of
California - Berkeleyg degrees - A.B. and M,A.g hobby -
Assistant Principal and Director of Activitiesg
married and two childreng San Francisco State
Collegeg degrees - B.A. and M.A.g hobby -
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Principalg married and three childreng Southwestern Col-
lege and San Francisco State College: degrees - B.A. and
M.A.g hobby - hunting
Board of Supervisors
L-R: Mr. Fogleman, Mr. Wood, Mr. Simond, Mr. Am-
brose, Mt. Grace, Mr. Nelson, and Mr, Scally
Librarian: married and five childreng San Jose State College and
University of Oregong degrees - B.S, and M,S,g hobby - fishing
Counselorg married and two childreng
University of California - Berkeley and
San Francisco State Collegeg degrees -
B,A, and M.A.g hobbies - golf, swim-
ming, and camping
School nurseg marriedg Sacramento State
Collegeg degrees - R.N., P.H.N. and
B,S,g hobby - fishing
Library Clerk Typistg married
and four childreng Solano Junior
Counselorg married and two
childreng State College of Iowa
and Fresno State Collegeg de-
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Counseling Secretaryg four childreng
hobbies - bowling and the outdoors
Assistant Principa1's Secretaryg married and
two childreng hobbies - sewing and reading
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Receptionist and Switchboard Operator for the Dis-
trictg married and two childreng hobbies - hunting
fishing, and hiking
Mrs . Mclntosh
Mrs . Powers
Principal's Secretaryg married and one childg Pratt Busi-
ness Collegeg degrees - cert. Secretarialg hobbies - sew-
ing, reading history, and gourmet cooking
Mrs . Wilson
Attendance Clerkg two childreng
Armijo Adult School - Businessg
hobbies - bowling and sewing
Band Directorg singleg University of
Montana: degrees - B.M. and M.M.g
hobbies - sports and cars
Art - Mathg singleg Montana State
Collegeg degrees - B.A. in Art and
P,E.: hobbies - sports, painting,
drawing, and hunting
Art - Chairmang singleg San Jose State Collegeg
degrees - A.B. and M.A.g hobbies - painting, read-
ing, traveling, and hiking
Design Crafts: singleg University of
Southern Californiag degree - B.A.:
hobby - everything
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Choral Musicg singleg
degree - B.E.g hobbies
sports and music
Industrial Arts - Mechanical Drawing
- Yearbookg married and two chil-
dreng Utah State University and
Indiana State Universityg degrees -
B.S. and M.S.g hobbies - photog-
raphy, gardening, and camping
Industrial Arts and Dept. Headg married and four children
University of Oregong degrees - B A and Master of Ed
hobby - farming
English and Writingg rnarriedg
Wheaton College and University of
Chicagog degrees - B.A. and Masters
D.g hobbies - free-lance writing
Mr . Scherr
Englishg married and two children Central State College
degree - B.A.g hobby gardemng
Drama and English married and two children
Arizona State Umversrty degree B A hobby
Englishg singleg Tuscu-
lum College and E.
Tennessee State Univer-
sityg degrees - B.A.
and M.A.g hobbies -
music and traveling
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Englishg single: Tuskegee lnstituteg de-
gree - B.A.g hobbies - reading and
Englishg married and three children: San Francisco State Col-
legeg degree - A.B.g hobbies - cycling, drawing, reading,
running, traveling, and eating
Englishg married and two childreng Seattle Universityg degree
- B.A.g hobby - sailing
Englishg married and two childreng University of
California - Berkeleyg degree - B.A.p hobby -
Mr . A nderson
English - Chairmang married and six children: University of Nebraska
hobbies - painting and traveling
Englishg singleg University
of California - Davisg de-
gree - A.B.g hobbies -
guitar, singing, sewing,
Englishg married and one
childg University of Cal-
ifornia - Berkeleyg degree
- B,A.g hobby - word
Spanishg married and three childreng San
Jose State College and Arizona State Uni-
versityg degrees - B.A. and M.A.g
hobby - fishing
Spanish II, Ill, IV, and District
Foreign Language Coordinatorg
,qt Oregon State University and V
NDEA Instituteg degrees - B.A
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French and Latin - Dept. Headg mar-
ried and four childreng University of
California - Berkeleyg degrees - A.B.
and M,A.g hobbies - music and
German and Spanishg marriedg University of California -
Davisg degree - B.A.: hobby - sports
Graphic Arts - General Math: married and four childreng
Chico State Collegeg degree - A.B. - Industrial Artsg
hobbies - hand crafts and photography
Disuibutive Education - Coordinatorg married and one childg
Chapman Collegeg degrees - A.A. , B.A. and M.A.g hobbies
- D.E.C,A. Club work, bridge, reading, football and boxing
Business Educationg singleg Southeastern State
College - Oklahornag degree - B.A.g hobbies -
bridge, skiing, and reading
Business Education - Chairman: married and two childreng
Colorado State Collegeg degree - B.A,g hobby - snow skiing
Business Educationg marriedg Uni-
versity of California - Berkeley and
Stanford 8: Armstrong College: de-
gree - A.B.g hobbies - knitting and
Business Educationg singleg College
of the Pacific: degrees - B.M. and
B.A.g hobby - symphonic orchestra
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Agriculturep married and one childg
California State Polytechnic College
degrees - A.A., B,S. , and M.S.g
hobby - waterskiing
Agricultureg married and one child: Fresno
State Collegeg degree - B.S,
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Physics - Chemistry - Chairmang married and two childreng Pasa-
dena Collegeg degree - A.B,
Biologyg married and two childreng Moorhead
State Minnesota, University of Iowa, Air
University Alabamag degrees - B. E. and M,A
hobbies - sports, hunting, and fishing
Scienceg married and five childreng University of
California - Davisg degree - B.S.g hobby - farm-
Chemistryg marriedg University of
Nebraskag degrees - B,S, and M.S,
Biologyg married and five childreng Ore-
gon State Collegeg degrees - B,S,, M,S,,
and M,A,g hobbies - fishing, traveling,
and beach combing
Physical Science, General Math, and Cross Country Coachg married
and three childreng Pacific Universityg degree - B.S.g hobby -
Math, Business Education,
Coachg married and three chil-
dreng East Central Oklahoma
State Collegeg degrees - B,S.
and M.T.g hobbies - tennis
Mathg married and seven childreng
University of Portlandg degrees -
B,S, and M.S,g hobby - fishing
a nd '
Math - Agricultural lnstructorg married and three children:
University of California - Davisg degree - B,S.g hobbies
hunting, boating, and sports
Mathg married and three childreng Carleton College: degrees - B.A.
and M.A.g hobby - prayer meetings
Mathg married and three children: University of California - Berkeley
degrees - B.S. and M.A.T.g hobbies - fishing and photography
California - Davisg deg
rees - B.S. and
Secondary Credentialg hobbies - sewing,
Home Economicsg marriedg California State
College - Long Beachg degree - B.A,g hob-
bies - sewing, antique collecting, furniture
refinishing, reading, and sports
cooking , and aquariums
Home Economicsg singleg degree
Physical Education and State Requirementsg
married and two childreng California State
Polytechnic Collegeg degree - B.S.g hobbies
- sports and girls
Physical Education and Coachg married and four
childreng University of California - Berkeleyg d
gree - A,B,g hobby - sports
Physical Educationg singleg Sacra-
Physical Education and Coachg marriedg Sacramento
State Collegeg degree - B.A.g hobbies - hunting and
mento State Collegeg degree - A.B.
Physical Educationg engagedg Oregon College
of Educationg degree - B.S.g hobbies - swim-
ming and reading
. iifi Mr. Cortese
Physical Education and
Coachg married and two
childreng Linfield Col-
lege - Oregon: degrees
- B.S, and M.E.g hob-
bies - hunting, fishing,
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Physical Education and Mathg single
San Francisco State Collegeg degree
- B,A.g hobbies - skiing, water ski-
ing , and fishing
Physical Education and Mathg marriedg San Francisco
State Collegeg degrees - A.B. and M.A.: hobbies -
hunting, sports, wrestling, and swimming
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Mr . Crow
Historyg married and four children:
University of California - Berkeleyg
degrees - A.B. and M,A,g hobbies
- photography, gardening, hiking,
Historyg married and three children
University of California - Berkeleyg
degree - A.B.g hobbies - fishing,
art sculpture, and painting
Historyg married and five childreng
University of California - Berkeleyg
degrees - A.A., A.B., and M.A,g
hobbies - bridge and autograph col-
Historyg married and seven childreng
University of Redlandsg degree -
B.A.g hobby - helping others
State Requirementsg married and two
children: Chico State Collegeg de-
gree - A.B.g hobby - fishing
Historyg married and five children,
Sacramento State College: degree -
A.B.g hobbies - golf and team sports
Governmentg marriedg University of the Pacific:
degree - B,A. - Political Scienceg hobby - sports
Historyg married and two children:
Sacramento State Collegeg degrees -
B.A. and General Secondaryg hobbies
- hunting and fishing
Psychologyg married and three chil
dreng Chico State College: degrees
- A.B. and General Secondaryg hob
bies - hunting and fishing
Government and Historyg married and
two childreng Sacramento State Col-
legeg degree - B.A.g hobbies - golf
and being a grandpa
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Special Education and Coachg singleg
degrees - B.S. and General Second-
aryg hobby - sports
Special Educationg singleg University
of California - Berkeley and Under-
graduate-Graduate work at Krakow,
Poland, Krakow Universityg degrees
- Masters in History and Slavic Lan-
guagesg hobbies - music, hiking,
Nurse Aide Instructorg married and two chil-
clreng John Peter Smith School of Nursingg de-
gree - R.N.
Nurse Aide Instructorg married and four childreng
University of Oregon, degrees - R.N, and B,S,
L-R4 Mrs. Bristow, Mrs. Cannon, and Mrs. Shoulders
L-K Mrs. Fritts, Mrs. Hayes, and Mrs. Terry
L-R: Mr. Browning, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Rivera, Mr, Martin, Mr.
Rubio, and Mrs. Downey
L-R: Mr. E. Sorlano, Mr, D. Sorlano, Mr. Stathoff, Mr. Vose
and Mr, Munoz
The Ariniju Yearbook Staff would like to ex-
press their appreciation for the help received
from unrninunity businesses in their support
tinwiiimi the 1970 La Mezclzi. Wfitlmiit their
willingness and ensoperzition, the expense of
luiihlishing emild have never heen met.
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CUSTOM SENIOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS
IN NATURAL COLOR
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We wish to take this opportunity to congratulate you
on having reached one of the most important events in
your life . . . graduation from High School. Your friends
and relatives should all be remembered with your photo-
graph at this time. We are most anxious to make this the
finest portrait you have ever had. Ample time is taken to
assure a fine selection of poses of each individual photo-
graphed. The materials used in making these portraits are
the very finest. All our work is done by skilled craftsmen
to insure complete satisfaction at all times, and it is un-
We will answer any questions you might have to assist
you in every way possible.
School 8. Yearbook Photographer
3755 Alhambra Ave., Martinez, Calif., Telephone 228-1909
Babcock's Shell Station
Hwy. 80 Iiastside
Bernie's Barber Shop
1367 North Texas
Straw Hat Pizza
1803 North Texas
American Auto Stores
1732 North Texas
AI's Art Service
1125 North Texas
Busy Bee Transmission
Air Base Parkway
Witt's Barber Shop
Doug's Barber Shop
1468 North Texas
"Our Best Wislues To The Class Of '70"
This page is for senior signatures,
compliments of Photography By NENNI 81 Co
P, Bullington R, Bullington G. Garrett R. Golden D. Herrmann I. Hopkins I. Jackson
P, Komnick C. LoVardi K, McEwen H. Methner C, Monteiro G. Norton R. R-HSCO
M, Rios D, Scott S, Sagert M. Sellers S. Thomas D,White M. Zamora
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Years are fragn1entary things seen unsteadily and
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This was ho exception-, a year of responsible acts and
irresponsible thoughts ' '
Questions which dissect and metaphors which unite
Take it or leave itg it was the year. . .
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