Arroyo High School - Arroyan Yearbook (San Lorenzo, CA)
- Class of 1964
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All Hail to Alma Mater dear,
We raise our voices loud and clear,
To Arroyo brave and true
Our hearts are filled with praise for you
And we will keep our banner high
So memories will never die.
All hailArroyo banner high
We praise our colors to the sky
To Alma Mater rise or fall
Our loyal spirit lives for all
Throughout the years our faith in thee
Will linger on for all to see.
Arroyo is classes and the time between them.
Arroyo is games and sports,
Arroyo is teachers and administrators.
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Arroyo is memories.
Arroyo is buildings and trees and flowers.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Faculty ond Administration . . .
Student Life . . .
V Seniors .
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"Mr. John Searle entered a highly honored profession-teaching."
Once upon a time in Ramon, Oklahoma, there
was a boy who was very active in student govern-
ment, in fact, he was elected President of his
senior class. The boy grew up, and being a time
of great conflict, he entered the Air Force where
he served as a "B-29" and "B-17" gunner during
World War ll. After the War the young man re-
turned home and continued his formal education
at Oklahoma A and M. Later he went to Chico
State College and Oregon State College where he
acquired his B.S.
Upon graduating from college, this man, Mr.
John Searle, entered a highly honored profession
-teaching. For five years he taught at various
high schools in Roseburg, Oregon. ln his fifth year
of teaching, Mr. Searle went to Arroyo, a new
high school in California. He worked in the ln-
dustrial Arts department, helping students acquire
the technical knowledge needed to succeed in
One day, Mr. Searle was asked to become the
Director of Activities, and he said "yes." From
that time on, hours of his time and the time of
AOP students was spent in preparing all the
paper work involved in the running of school ac-
tivities. ln his' additional position at Arroyo, Mr.
Searle became the advisor to student government
and helped to make it one of the best in the dis-
trict. The financial situation of the Student Body
was his concern, the counting of money, keeping
accurate books, and planning fund-raising func-
tions. Student Body officers worked closely with
Mr. Searle in carrying out their ideals and he al-
ways instilled them with further inspirations.
For all the problems, planning, and prayers
Mr. Searle has gone through during his half a
decade as Director of Activities and his seven
years as a member of the Arroyan faculty, we
dedicate this yearbook to him. The activities pic-
tured in this Arroyan stand as a monument to the
dedicated and successful task Mr. Searle has done.
Next year Mr. Searle will be the Dean of Boys at
the new Marina High School. Their gain is our loss.
Mr. Searle cmd AOP students spend much time "in preparing
all the paper work involved in running" the student gav-
Mr. Searle "helps students acquire the technical knowl-
edge needed to succeed in business."
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ing "no" diplomatically . . .
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ordinating activities . . . con-
ferences . . . planning a lec-
ture . . . correcting a paper
. . . making a test . . . being
an advisor . . . listening to
noise . . . teaching . . . learn-
ing . . . running a school.
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BCARD OF TRUSTEE
Mr. Paul D. Ehrel
Concerned with the welfare of schools and stu-
dents within the San Lorenzo Unified District are five
private citizens who compose Arroyo's Board of Trus-
tees. This board, new to Arroyo, work hard at hiring
teachers, establishing courses of study, improving text-
books, and controlling the budget.
Through the Trustees' competent work their high
aim to offer the best available education to the indi-
vidual student is obtained with a variety of classes and
extracurricular activities. During the past year the
board has had a very successful year and deserve our
gratitude for a iob well done. May there be many
more worthwhile years for Arroyo, the board, and the
San Lorenzo Unified District.
HARD-WORKERS T0 MAKE ARROYO THE BEST
Mrs. Cornne K. Anken
Mr. Roherl G. Amrine
Mr. Ralph Van Norfwick
DOSTS IN ADMINISTRATIO
E TAIL RESPONSIBILITY
Meeting each Monday, often until late hours, the Administrative Council deliberates ond processes a
great deal of important school business.
Assisting Mr. Orear in an administra-
tive capacity and the making of local and
state reports is iust a part of Mr. Roose-
velt Bergmann's, the vice-principal iob. It
is through the work of Mr. Bergmann that
students are offered transportation to
school. He must see to it that substitute
teachers are present when and where
they are needed. At the end of the school
year it is his responsibility to help in the
taking of an annual inventory and to pre-
pare the budget, over which he will have
control the following year. ln addition,
Mr. Bergmann is a member of Administra-
tive Council and is chairman ofthe Curric-
ulum Committee, where many important
decisions are made regarding courses of
study at Arroyo.
DEA OF GIRLS
Working with the faculty, students, and par-
ents to help those enrolled in Arroyo make a
positive adiustment to school life is iust one of
the many activities which fills the Dean of Girls'
hours. Mrs. Workman works with other guidance
personnel on the district level in an attempt to
help solve some of the problems plaguing today's
teen-agers, on the school level she works for the
welfare of the girls at Arroyo. The dean also
serves as an advisor to the Girls' League and the
chairman of the Scholarship Committee. And, in
addition to all her other activities, Mrs. Workman
finds the time to attend all school functions.
DEA GF BUYS
Attending all school activities and registering
student cars are iust two of the many functions
that come under the auspices of the Dean of
Boys. In addition, Mr. Batz helps in the registra-
Q. f' tion of new students, and with the co-operation
of the parents and faculty, helps students to suc-
ceed in the difficult world of today. It is his re-
sponsibility to see to the welfare of all the boys
on campus. Mr. Batz is also the advisor to the
Boys' League and a student council committee,
and, along with the Dean of Girls, is a member
of Administrative Council.
Teaching is the most respected pro-
fession in this world today. Adults, known
to us as teachers, mold our minds and
instill in us a sense of values, values
which set a high standard on how well
we do in the world of adults and the
way we accomplish all we desire.
Our parents entrust us to teachers
with the knowledge that we are in ex-
cellent hands. From the age of 5 or 6 to
l7 or l8 they influence our tastes, be-
liefs, and set a precedent which we must
live up to throughout our lifetime. From
these very special people we are taught
how to communicate to others what we
see, feel, and think. We learn to reason
and to recognize beauty in its many
Teen-age years are our most impor-
tant. These are years when we acquire
the qualities which stay with us the rest
of our lives. During this time we are de-
livered into the competent hands of our
Arroyan faculty and treated as adults in
a business world. We obtain more re-
sponsibility and our teachers have given
us the most important gift we have ever
known-the gift of knowledge and the
ability to use it.
Mr. Gappmayer and Coach Oden watch the action at a basketball game.
AB-Fresno State Mr. Adams Jr.
Industrial Arts BA-University of California
Metal Art-Plastics Social Studies Counselor
BBA 6. MAAM Francisco
BA 8- MA-University of Denver
English I 8. 2-Senior Literature
Industrial Arts-Radio Electronics
Mr. Orear and Mr. Weiner pay for their lunches
in the teachers' cafeteria.
B.A.-University of California
M.A.-San Francisco State
A.B.-San Jose State
B.A.-University of California
B.A.-San Jose State
B.A.-Briar Cliff College
French l 8- 2--Spanish l
B.A.-University of California
M.A.-San Jose State
A.B.-University of California
M.A.-San Francisco State
B.S.-Northwest Missouri State
M.A.-University of California
A.A.-Pasadena City College
A.B.-Literature 8- Freshman English
A,B.-University? of Michigan
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B.A.-San Jose State
Mrs. Deffley R.N.
P.H.N.-University of California
B.S.-University of California
A.B.-University of Southern Califo
M.A.-College of Pacific
A.B. 8- M.S.-Knox College
B.S.-Brigham Young University
B.S.-University of San Francisco
M.A.-San Jose State
Boys Physical Education
A.B.-San Jose State
B.A. 8l M.A.-College of Pacific
Boys Physical Education
A.B,-Santa Barbara University
M.A.-San Francisco State
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Girls Physical Education
B A North Dakota State
M S University of Oregon
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BS-Oregon State University
BA-Oregon State University
BA-San Francisco State
BA 8- MA-University of
BA-San .lose State
AB Bu MA-Munich University
MA-University of California
AB-University of California
BA 8- MA-College of Pacific
BS-Iowa State University
MS-University of Illinois
Mr. Oreor, principal, during a teachers' meeting, addresses teachers on new instruction methods.
BS-University of Michigan
Math 8. Physical Education
BA 81 MA-University of
BA-San Jose State
BA-Saint Mary's College
BA-University of California
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Mr, Wilson, Mr. Runyon, Mr. Moser, and Mr.
Sloan listen to a speaker at a teachers meeting
in the library.
MA-University of Colorado
BS-College of Pacific
AB-University of California
Senior Literature 8- Composition
Geometry l 8- 2-Advanced Math I Sr 2
American Literature--Freshman English
AB K MA-University of California
MA-San Francisco State
BA-California College of Arts 8. Crafts
Art, Photography 8- Crafts
Math l 8. 2-Boys' Physical Education
Fine Arts Area
Life Science l 8. 2-Industrial Arts
MA-San Francisco State
BS B- MA-Oregon State
AB Bi MA-San Francisco Slate
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BA-University of California
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BA-University of California
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MS-University of Idaho
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Speech 8. English
Mr. Anderson checks lhrough his daily mail.
BA-San Francisco Slale
Mrs. Marian Bonwell
Mr. Angelo Lallusso
Mrs. Mary Ann Spencer
Mr. Rolyn Willel
THE DILIGE T SEVEN
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Ready to serve, Mrs. Jensen, stands waiting to help the next
Cooking for two thousand people is no
easy task, yet eleven hard-working women
do it five times a week. Under the super-
vision of Mrs. Rupe, ten women must pre-
pare economical, well-balanced and ap-
pealing meals that will keep the students of
Arroyo going through the rest of the day.
In addition to planning nutritious hot meals,
the cafeteria staff also makes and sells box
lunches and sandwiches as well as running
the snack bar during both lunch periods.
The most monumental task the staff has is
cleaning up the kitchen and dishes after
preparing all the food. For all their work
the cafeteria staff has truly earned a hardy
thank you for a job well done.
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Papers ankle deep all over the patio, chairs on top of tables,
apple cores in the planters. Sound famiilar? lt doesn't because
of Arroyo's unsung heroes, the maintenance staff. These people
do everything from sewing on buttons to helping candidates put
up campaign posters. Under their supervision comes the Lost and
Found, keeping rooms in as close a semblence of order as possi-
ble, and sweeping the patio clean for a new onslaught of trash
the next day.
Arroyo's public image is built upon the hard work of the
maintenance staff. We all owe them a debt of thanks for their
help in making Arroyo what it is, a fine school.
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Chatter on the patio . . .
banging lockers . . . pencil
sharpeners . . . rustling pa-
pers . . . drumming fingers
. . . clicking lypewriters . . .
foreign languages . . . whir-
ring power saw . . . splash
of water . . . crackle of po-
tato chips . . . pounding on
the apple machine . . . drop-
ping silverware . . . rapping
of gavel . . . motion for ad-
iournment . . . music of the
band . . . yells, whispers . . .
laughter . . . crying . . .
slamming doors . . . melodi-
ous voices . . . mimeograph
machines . . . bells . . . si-
lence. These are the sounds
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Counselors: left to right, standing, Mr. De Lorenzo, Mrs. Carey, Mr. Loye, Mr. Greenspan, seated, Mr.
Goppmeyer, Mr. Adams, Miss Bissell, Mrs. Koudakiian, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Cooley, and Mr, Sperber.
Arranged to give students a broad base
of knowledge to draw upon in future years
are the varied subiects offered in social
studies. Freshmen are first oriented to the
school by their social studies teachers and
then oriented to the world through geography
and ancient history. Sophomores spend their
time learning medieval and world history
while maintaining their hold on the present
by studying driver's education. Juniors work
at obtaining a thorough backgorund of Ameri-
can history, while Seniors study the Constitu-
tion, civics, and family living.
During four years of social studies, current
events are studied to keep students aware of
history in the making. Social studies is aimed
at developing a better understanding of the
world in which we live and its people and to
give the citizens of tomorrow a realization of
their responsibility toward their country and
Mark Rowe and Devvy Dittmur examine one of the mony color
ful bulletin boords of Mr. Adom's classroom.
SOCIAL STUDIE . UNDERSTANDI
Giving vocational aid, social and academic
guidance, and teaching are some of the many
duties of counselors. Hours of their time are devoted
to teaching, helping to plan futures by developing
student's skills to the fullest, providing information
concerning vocational possibilities, and aiding with
academic and social problems. Every day of the
school year, counselors assume the roles of teach-
ers, instructing their students in the various areas of
social studies. Counselors have well earned their
positions as some of the most importanat people in
a student's high school career.
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Carol Sponn, Carole Anderson, and Jeff Close study world geography
in their sophomore social studies class.
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Mr. Thompson demonstrates to Lynn Davis the art of shifting in
the Driver's Training trailer.
Bob Richardson and Sandy Robinson point out two
of the early presidents to their social studies class.
PHE WORLD A D OURSELVES
LANGUAGE ARTS. .MEA
Jim Lockhard learns the principles of poise and proiection while deliver-
ing a speech in his public speaking class.
Communication is one ofthe most impor-
tant aspects of our lives, yet it is also some-
thing most frequently taken for granted.
The telephone, radio, and television would
be impossible to use without the spoken
and written word. Without advanced lan-
guage studies, both foreign and native,
communication would be rather primitive
by our standard, and without language
teachers, these advanced studies would not
Excellence in the oral and written ex-
pression of all Arroyans is the purpose and
concern of the Language Arts department.
The faculty of the Language Arts Area is
dedicated to bringing to life literature and
languages in order that the students of
Arroyo may more fully appreciate and take
part in the colorful world in which we live.
The teachers of the Language Arts depart-
ment share in the enthusiasm and interest
all Arroyans exhibit in their classes of lan-
guage and literature.
Among the many courses offered in our
Language Arts Area are: freshman.Eng-
lish, sophomore English, directed reading,
American literature, senior literature and
composition, and publications, the class in
charge of the yearbook. In our foreign
languages, the area offers three years of
either French, German, or Spanish.
Brian Swimm and Debbie Landingham
offer the answers to questions asked in
their German class.
Miss Rambo's American Literalure :loss reads in preparation for c discussion.
Reading a Spanish dialogue for lheir class is Pam Bruening
l and Tom Bell.
Mrs. Powell helps some members of her senior Iilercllure class.
Members of the drama class rehearse a szene from one of their many stage productions.
Mr. Hart directs a practice in A
FI E ART . THE WA
Practice, the necessary task af all members of advanced orchestra.
Gateway to the path of appreciation is the
Fine Arts department. Opened to all students,
Arroyans need but their own initiative to travel
the way which will be the most rewarding for
them. Teachers in the Fine Arts department pass
on to their students the rich cultural heritage of
the world and the knowledge to appreciate it.
Those interested in the world of music are
offered an opportunity to play in either the
school band or orchestra. lf their interest lies
more in singing, they may ioin Girls' Choir, Mixed
Choir, or the high-rated A Cappella Choir. For
selected seniors there is the opportunity to study
the seven maior arts-painting and sculpture,
drama, literature, dance, architecture, music, and
oratory-in Humanities. The drama courses not
only teach the fundamentals of the subiect but
put them to practical use in presenting two pro-
ductions yearly. Journalism classes also apply
their acquired knowledge by publishing the
school newspaper. The art and photography
courses are designed to aid students in creating
and capturing the beauty of the world in which
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Nancy Teachworth lays out page three of the Christmas
issue for the Dry Gulch Gazette.
Jim Lencioni and Mike Woodzell examine negatives for their
MATHEMATICS A D SCIENCE
Jerry Glenn and Robin Dunning work with a delicate balance scale
Miss Bastian's General Science class study the phenomena of nature.
Beauty is a word that few would
use to describe science or mathe-
matics, but in this modern age daily
lives would be quite dreary without
them. There would be no cars, radio,
television, telephone, or any of the
magnitude of electronic devices used
and taken for granted every day.
The goal of the math-science pro-
gram is to give students a neces-
sary competency in mathematics and
science for their daily lives, and for
those who are capable, sufficient
training for advanced work in college
and industry. The types of science
and math courses offered at Arroyo
are many and varied.
Gary Crevello, Kathy Halverson, Nancy Harvey and
Jan Hummel dissect a shark in Physiology.
JIAKER OF THE FUTURE .
Among the science courses offered
are general science, composing the
main points of the various sciencesg
chemistry, the science dealing with
the composition of substances, biol-
ogy, the study of life organisms, and
physics, the science dealing with the
properties, changes, and interaction
of matter and energy. ln the mathe-
matics department general math,
algebra, geometry, intermediate and
advanced mathematics are taught.
Along the way in the science and
mathematics courses, teachers hope
that some -of the beauty and logic
of the subiects will shine through, giv-
ing students a full appreciation of
Working on a proof in Geometry is Dennis Atkinson.
Sharon Peacock works on a problem in Advanced Math
with the assistance of Steve Weeks.
Mr. Casson helps a few of-his Algebra students
BUSINESS EDUCATION . . PREPARATIO
Miss Bissell helps Christine Kral as she works on her A.O.P. proiect.
Arroyo received third place
among the twenty-eight high
schools participating in the Ala-
meda County Civil Service Examin-
ation for Clerk-Typist or General
Clerk, When ten of Arroyo's stu-
dents passed the test and were
placed on the eligibility list, this
high rank is due largely to the su-
perior Business Education courses
offered at Arroyo. The Business
Education area has a two-fold pur-
pose-offering courses for informa-
tion, personal and vocational use,
and the giving of background edu-
Sandy King receives instruction from Mr.
Skeen in office machines.
OR TO ORROXYPS I DUSTRY TODAY
Members of Mr. Alvord's typing class practice speed and accuracy.
Taught during the first year, shorthand,
typing, and business machines are primar-
ily for personal use and pre-vocational
training. The second year, these courses are
for Business maiors. Other subiects, such as
general business, business math, and busi-
ness English serve as background material
for all students.
With sixty to seventy per cent of all high
school students planning to work after
graduation, the more skills the individual
possesses, the greater the opportunity for
a iob. Therefore, the Business Education pro-
gram endeavors lo give a large, varied,
and useful curriculum.
Mrs. Meyer's retail class industriausly work on an examination.
Dave Erlmann works an example for his Business
INDUSTRIAL ARTS . . . TRAINING FOR A JOB OR ENJOYMENT
Storing props under the stage is iust one of Rich Boell's iobs in stagecraft.
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Stage and sound crafts, mechanical drawing, auto shop,
woods and metals, and plastics are just a few of the many
courses offered in the Industrial Arts department at Arroyo.
Some of these courses are quite advanced, while others are
designed merely to give the students a basic concept of the
The teachers of the Industrial Arts department try to teach
the boys at Arroyo both the vocational and practical aspects
of a subiect. Many students find the instruction in these subiects
invaluable in the working world while others study this field
for pleasure and hobby. Whatever their reason for taking the
course, they find them interesting and very rewarding.
In Auto Shop, Ralph Ivie, Gary Butler, and Ken Safer gain practical ex
perience by working on a car.
HOMEMAKING . . TOMORROW'S HOMEMAKERS TODAY
The future homemakers of our nation
are being trained now for their important
iobs through the homemaking department
at Arroyo. They are learning and gaining
experience in such fields as cooking and
sewing, as well as budgeting, nutrition,
and decorating. They learn many of the
things they will need to know how as to-
morrow's homemakers while enioying them-
selves as they make clothes, various deco-
rations, such as Christmas wreaths, and
Subiects in the Homemaking department
include four years of homemaking, senior
homemaking for those seniors who have
not taken a homemaking course before,
and needlecraft, in which the girls learn
how to crochet, embroider, and knit, mak-
ing interesting garments and obiects with
their new skills.
Barbara Hatton, Nancy Hazlitt, Georgian Sullivan, and Sybil Dornsife
proudly display their handiwork in Needlecraft.
With the help of Elena Brown, Miss Jeffers gives her homemaking class
some tips on haw to buy material.
Kathy Brown and Karen Erlmann learn
the art ot setting an attractive table in
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . . VARIETY AND
VERSATILITY IN SPORTS
The Girls' Physical Education program is
designed not only to give girls an oppor-
tunity to develop their physical capabilities
in various sports but also to give them a
chance to increase their social skills when
working in a group. Starting in their Fresh-
man year the girls go through an array of
old and new sports. Designed to present
something for everyone, the courses in-
clude flag football, basketball, softball,
archery, tennis, trampoline, swimming, and
golf. Girls who have a high degree of skill
in a certain activity may be chosen as a
student assistant, helping classmates in an
official capacity. The new leadership class
for Juniors and recreational games for
Seniors give girls an opportunity to be ac-
tual teachers in a classroom situation. These
are iust a few of the many facets of the
Girls' Physical Education program.
Senior girls practice the techniques of playing basketball dur.
ln Modern Dance, girls learn to express themselves through movement.
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . . THE DRIVE FOR
A better program for physical fitness for
the youth of America is being stressed all
over the country, and the Boys' Physical
Education department here at Arroyo is
endeavoring and succeeding to meet the
demands. It is extremely important to avoid
the trend to become lazy and uncondi-
tioned in a nation in which little actual
manual labor is necessary and in which
more and more leisure time is actually
available to the average citizen. With this
in mind, the Boys' Physical Education de-
partment endeavors to see that the young
men of tomorrow are conditioned and as
fit as they should be.
To this end, the Boys' Physical Educa-
tion area offers such courses as tennis,
football, basketball, handball, and track.
In addition, for the health and safety of
not only themselves but those around them,
a first aid course is given.
Seniors Jim Savattone, Bruce Hume, and Bill Van Meter
develop their basketball skills in Boys' P.E.
Coach Golenor directs a drill in dribbling during
Boys' P.E. offers the male population at Arroyo an opportunity to study
the true art of wrestling.
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The bull, alias Linda Wilbonks and Kathy Wilcoxen, ramps along the
sidelines during the San Lorenzo game.
STUDE T LIFE
What is Arroyo? lt's rallies for games,
concerts three times a year, Junior and
Senior Shows, dances, frolics, hops, proms,
balls, fiesta, newspapers, student govern-
ment. It is sports-football, basketball,
wrestling, baseball, cross-country, swim-
ming, tennis, and track . . . meetings-
club, class, student and executive coun-
cil . . . elections--queens, class and stu-
dent body officers . . . sales-pickles, cup-
cakes, pins, yearbooks, carnations.
But Arroyo is more. lt is classrooms with
their mistakes, tests and information, sea
gulls rising from the field in a whirl of
white wings and descending on the cam-
pus at noon, students yelling on the patio,
and quiet in the library, yell leaders and
song girls, varsity teams, student body offi-
cers, teachers and administrators working,
planning, and practicing long after the
sounds of the day have faded in the halls.
This is Arroyo. The big, the little, the
celebrated, the unpublicized, the work, the
leisure. All work together to make Arroyo
what it is.
HE RTBE T OF ARRCJYO
Full of the Christmas spirit, Student Body Secretary, Sharon Peacock, helps decorate the Student Gov-
Kathi Spicer, a iunior, enioys one of the delicacies that can be
obtained at lunch time.
During a sane moment of the Powder Puff Football
Game, the Senior boy yell leaders, Gary Schellen-
berg, Denny Baron, lim Wilson, Doug Eveleth, and
Bob Bozeman, catch their breath.
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Sophomore Class Queen
Presentation of the 1964 yearbook
queen and court at this year's C.S.F. Vic-
tory dance offered the answer to a very
intriguing question: Which class had sold
the most yearbooks and thus insured their
class queen the position of yearbook
queen? This year the honor went to the
senior class queen with the freshman, iun-
ior and sophomore class queens coming
in second, third, and fourth, respectively.
Junior Class Queen
Freshman Class Queen
Junior, Pai Lyons, iells Sanla Claus, beiier known as
Mr. Ward, her wishes during Ihe Christmas Ball.
X Language clubs presenied "A Foreign Affair," for
1 all Arroyo siudenis to enjoy on January 10.
December 20 was the evening Dons, surrounded by ihe fesiive decorations of "MisIIeloe
Magic," danced lo the music of Vhe dance band. D1 S : I u
Couples, Leslie Farwell and Tom Jackson, Bobbie Rowe
and Gary Schellenberg, eniay 'he Christmas gift Boys'
ond Girls' Leagues gave io Dons, ihe Chrisfmas Ball.
RROYCTS SOCIAL GATHERI GS
Everyone was offered a sociable evening, as well as an opporiuniiy io
mee! Gorsev Yilduru, Ihe foreign exchange student, al the Welcome
Dance on Seplember 27.
Freshman, Joyce Terpck and senior, Drake
Trumpe, have a privoie conversoiion dur-
ing ihe Chrisimos Ball.
HIL RIOUS HIGHLIGHTS A
Jim Kinkade is sen! sprawling as he goes one way and his donkey another.
Gary Schellenberg and Mr. Brian siruggle man aguins! man and mon
against bees! during the donkey boskeibull game.
FHE DC KEY BASKETBALL G ME
Manual Navarro and Jim Savattone struggle valianlly
to maintain their precarious position on their mounls'
Standing from left to right are seniors Doug Eveleth, Jim Wilson, Steve
Weeks, Denny Baron, Mike looney, Jim Kinkade, lkneelingj Manual
Navarro, Bob Ross, Jim Savaltone, and Gary Schellenberg, all members
of Block "A" 's donkey basketball team.
Gary Schellenberg, with ball in hand,
charges toward his basket during the donkey
With both ball and beast firmly under control,
Coach Oden heads down court for his basket.
HOMECOMI G QUEE
A D COURT
Former schoolmates greeting one another, ex-
yell leaders and song girls once again in front of
the rooting sections, an exciting football game, a
tearful queen, and a dance were iust part of the
activities taking place on October 25, I963. Home-
coming, an annual event highlighting the football
season, saw the Arroyo Varsity defeat the San
Lorenzo Varsity on the Bourne Memorial Field and
the crowning of Linda Fox as Homecoming Queen.
The dance held in the gym that evening was ci fit-
ting finale to CI wonderful day planned by Mega-
Miss Linda Foster
Miss Davene Robertson
Miss Bobbie Rowe
Miss Lolly Lizotte
Miss Linda Fax graciously accepts the honor of Home-
Lolly Lizotte, Charlene Dallas, Bobbie Rowe, Linda Foster,
Davene Robertson, and Queen, Linda Fox added grace and
charm to the halftime activities.
Ex-head yell leader, Lynda Metcalf, ioins past and present rally squad members in promoting
school spirit during Homecoming activities.
Returning to earth in the body ol Mr. Farnsworth, Joe
Pendleton attempts to convince Max Luvene lDan Bar-
donl, his one-time boxing manager, that he is really Joe.
The final scene in "Heaven Con Wait" linds Joe Pendleton fkcy
Aquirrel being aided by a friend, Lefty lBob Swartzl, and a
doctor lBill Murrayl.
A serious discussion us to what is to be done wilh Joe Pendlelon lkay Aquirrel, who was collected
before his time, takes place between Miss Jordon lDiane Hughesl and Messenger 7013 fDilyn
, I, ns, .
Homer lDan Bordonl, famous Greek poet, gives Hippolyta lGorgette Perryl, queen of the Amazons
and Pomposia lPat Collinsl an example of his poetry.
MEANS OF EXPRESSIO
Twice a year the second year drama class
presents a spring and fall play. Both plays
this year were comedies produced in A-plus
fashion. Much ofthe credit for the plays' suc-
cesses is due to the director, Mr. Ward.
"Heaven Can Wait," presented on Nov-
vember 14 and 15, is concerned with the
plight of a young fighter, .loe Penleton, taken
sixty years too soon by Heaven. The entire
three acts are spent in a search for the body
of the supposedly deceased fighter.
Warrior women and Greek heroes shared
the Arroyo spotlight on April 16 and 17. The
three-act comedy, "Warrior's Husband," was
a spoof on the ninth labor of Hercules-the
search for the girdle of Diana possessed by
the Amazon Queen, Hippolyta. Further com-
plications were added by the romance be-
tween Antiope, Hippalyta's younger sister,
and Theseus, a Greek soldier.
An Amazon warrior, Antiope Uudy Nelsonl is carried into u Greek
camp by Theseus lRay Aquirrel, u Greek warrior, in the third act
of the spring play.
USIC GRGUPS PERFOR
A y be-if
Sixteen members of A Cappella formed a special group of Modrigal singers that performed at the
Shakespeare celebration and "Voices of Spring."
Mr. Phillips directs the concert band during the spring concert.
Four concerts are presented annually at
Arroyo for those who enioy the musical
area of the Fine Arts. During the holiday
season the concert band, Girls' choir, and
A Cappella choir performed both old and
new Christmas songs. The orchestra, con-
cert band, dance band, and A Cappella
choir also presented a fall concert and
later in the year the instrumental groups
presented the spring concert, "Strictly ln-
strumental." In the spring A Cappella,
Girls' choir and Mixed choir put on the
"Voices of Spring" with a new sound
being added by the newly formed Madri-
FHROUGHOUT THE YEAR
During lhe spring concerl, Bob Smilh performed a
Fred Mellen, a sophomore, perlormed o piano solo during lhe spring
Jerry Lillie, Bob Duley, and Clif Acuff, all members of
dance band, performed at various :oncerls lliroughoul
lhe school year.
Marilyn Heeszel attempts to knock over the milk bottles and
win o prize at the German booth at the Fiesta.
Nancy Tangren and Bill Rice smile sweetly for the
camera before being dunked in the Senior dunking
booth at the Fiesta.
LA FIESTA-A SCHGOL CARNIVAL
A day of fun in the sun was offered to
all the participants of the 1964 Fiesta.
The event, organized by the Executive
Council, was a highly profitable one gross-
ing close to 'S300. There were the tradi-
tional Fiesta booths and contests, with the
.lunior class winning the class competition
and spirit iug for the third straight year.
Monica Ortiz, a iunior, reigned as Fiesta
queen. Closing the Fiesta on a different
note this year, was Music Club's hour long
Freshmen, sophomores, iuniars, and seniors gently toss raw eggs back
and forth during the Fiesta at the Egg Tass contest.
ln commemoration of the great
Bard's 400th birthday, the Lan-
guage and Fine Arts Areas held
a special Shakespeare Celebra-
tion. The cafeteria staff baked a
12' by 12' birthday cake which
was served to all at lunch. During
an assembly in-the-round, Mr.
Weiner played the role of Shakes-
peare and acted as moderator
for the entertainment presented.
Others present were Shylock from
the "Merchant of Venice," the
mad Ophelia, Macbeth, and the
three witches from "Macbeth,"
There was also a touch of comedy
added by the production of
"Wash the Blood off my Togo."
Bonnie Barak, Judy Parkhurst, and Kathy Brown present a bewitching scene from
"Macbeth" at the special Shakespeare assembly.
SHAKESPE RE FESTIVAL-
A BIG BIRTHDAY P RTY
Danny Bardon does a gripping rendition at the Shylock
soliloquy from the "Merchant of Venice" to commem-
orate Shakespeare's 400th birthday.
Mr, Ehret, school superintendent, with sword in
hand, prepares to cut Shakespeare's birthday cake
with Mr. Orear's assistance.
Jim lockard, president elect, gives an acceptance speech at the
CS.F. Victory dance.
The moment of truth-the announcng of the new
student body officers begins,
Beginning on Monday, April 27, and
lasting through Thursday, April 30, an un-
usual disease known as election fever
gripped the Arroyo High campus. Walls
were covered with campaign posters of all
different shapes and colors and even the
students looked like walking election ad-
vertisements. The conclusion of the cam-
paigning came on a Thursday when all the
nervous aspirants gave their campaign
speeches in a student body assembly.
Climaxing the hectic week was the C.S.F.
Victory dance where the victors were an-
Eileen McCown announced at "Candidates Ques-
tion" the yearbook queen and court, who were
lfrom I. to r.l Diana Cava, senior and yearbook
queen, Elena Brown, freshman queen, Pam Thomas,
sophomore queen, and Chris Densmore, iunior
RAYERS, A D POSTERS
From April 27 to 30, students were continually reminded of lhose aspiring c student body
Fun and excitement were the keynotes of the evening at "Condi
Added to the usual sounds of iuicy
apples, crackling potato chips and crum-
pling paper was a different sound heard
during certain Fridays of the year. The
cause of these different sounds? Rallies,
of course. Starting on October 4, noon
rallies were held to promote school spirit
for the football and basketball games.
Filled with songs, yells, and skits, rallies
proved to be a valuable asset when creat-
ing school spirit.
Normally song girls, Barb Poole ond Janet Wachtler, along with yell
leader Maureen McLaughlin, lead the yells during a noon rally.
RALLIES PROMOTE SCHOOL
For a change of pace, yell leaders Yvonne Gutierrez, Nancy Tan-
gren, Joni Mocek, and Diana Cava, trade places with the song girls
for o day.
SPIRIT . .
"Victory, victory," is the .cry of Barb Poole
and Janet Wachtler as they oct as yell
leaders for a day.
SALES-SOMETHI G FOR EVERYO
Murshu Alameida and Georgette Perry avail themselves of
the plump doughnuts offered to them at a Music Club sale.
l5, on th
A vast array of assorted every-
thing was offered to the Arroyo Dons
at the various sales held throughout
the year. For the food fanciers there
were numerous cake, pie, and cup-
cake sales, with a dash of variety
furnished by the Music club's Easter
eggs, Megaphone's gingerbread,
and the Seniors' traditional pickles.
For those who preferred more tan-
gible products, there were the class
pins and Dons pins, Christmas cor-
sages, red carnations, spirit ribbons,
Helping to add a touch of
Christmas corsage sole.
big, green, iuicy pickles at the Senior pickle sale May 14 and
The sole sophomore of the rally squad,
Star Nordstrom, performs o routine at a
Gary Schellenberg leads the Seniors in one of their yells during the Powder Puff
The spirit-packed Senior Bomb was ready to explode at the Powder Puff Football game.
Helping to goin support for their fellow Block "A"
members at the Donkey Basketball Game are Dennis
Peterson Danny Schubert and Greg DeVore
Behind the scenes of the Spring Ploy, Pat Leach helps
Kathy Shadduck prepare for her entrance.
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Recuperating from the hectic first periods of lhe day is
sophomore Jerry Stevenson during his lunch period.
Seniors and Juniors alike lry for the ball during the
Powder Puff Football game.
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an aura of excitemenr.
Warming up for lhe game lo come is lhe Senior Powder Puff
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Commissioner of Clubs
lynn Baker presents a report concerning Christmas ads for the
school paper to Student Council.
STUDE T GGVER MENT
N On the first Friday in May, students of Arroyo
vote for Student Body officers. This year, how-
ever, soon after school started a vice-presidential
election was held and a constitutional amend-
ment was passed making the Commissioner of
Clubs a Student Body officer and a voting mem-
ber of Executive Council.
Upon the shoulders of one appointed and' six
elected Student Body officers rest the responsi-
bility of keeping student government running
lt is the President's iob to preside at Executive
Council and Student Body assemblies. He must
co-ordinate all the activities of student govern-
ment and perform a thousand other odd tasks of
which only the President is aware.
Presiding at Student Council meetings, bring-
ing requests from there to Executive Council and
performing any other duty that he may be called
upon by the president to do is the responsibility
of the Vice President.
Clarance Moore, Sonny Persking, Ariel Chavez, and Joan
Ostrom, student council representative, listen attentive-
ly at o student council meeting.
Responsibility of seeing that a record is kept
of all Student and Executive Council meetings,
distributing copies of the minutes to all who are
entitled to them and writing the correspondence
of both councils and the Student Body rests with
As is to be expected the Treasurer has the
iob of keeping track of all the money spent by
the Student Body, along with presiding at Finance
Committee meetings and arranging the Student
Body Card sell.
Acquiring campus improvements and keeping
the campus clean is the goal of the Campus
A scrapbook of the year's activities and a
written account of the history of the school year
is made by the Historian and presented to the
Commissioner of Clubs, an appointive office,
represents all the clubs in Executive Council,
presents their requests, and presides at Inter
Club Council meetings.
Meeting every Thursday to act on, business
brought up in Student Council, class and club
requests, and budgets, is Executive Council. Com-
posed not only of the aforementioned officers
but also the presidents of all classes, Boys and
Girls League, Megaphone Club and Block "A",
Executive Council is the apex of student govern-
It is the council's responsibility to see that all
extracurricular activities are properly planned.
The diligent work of these leaders makes student
government the effective and rewarding organi-
zation that it is.
Row l ll. to r.l: Suzellen Darden, Ken Strom, Linda Baker, Kathy Halverson, Lindo Bradshaw, Dovene
Robertson, Norm Cheever, Charles Schuerman, Sue Schotborn. Row 2: Judy Souza, Pot Ponce, Gail
Guthrie, Madelyne Hoover, Sharon Kimball, Nancy Perry, Susan Mohaney, Lindo Roberts, Ann Jamison,
Rob Dailey, Daniel Vaughan. Row 3: Cherie Leonard, linda Poznanavich, Fred Hartley, Pat Fierman.
"The meeting will come to order." These are the
words spoken by the student body vice-president
every Wednesday in the library as student council
is called to order. Organized to give Arroyo stu-
dents an opportunity to work in and take advan-
tage of a democracy, student council has the ex-
acting task of systematizing the schooI's activities
for the year.
Based primarily on our national legislature,
student council offers a place where student opin-
ion may be voiced. A representative is elected
from his social studies class every semester. lt is
the representative's responsibility to present his
class's point of view at student council and report
all transactions to his class.
As in Congress, student council has standing
committees. Most of the business brought up has
either come from or is taken to one of seven com-
"The meeting is adiourned." This marks the close
of one of the most important governing bodies on
Rosemary Corrie is one of the A.O.P. students privileged to
work in the Student Government Office.
STUDE T COUNCIL
Members of the student council calendar committee discuss the placement of next year's activities.
Row l ll. to r.l: Cherie Leonard, Linda Poznanovich, Joan
Normandin, Jean Schnagl, Kathy Souza, Nancy Teachworth,
Lynda Bradshaw, Davene Robertson, Norm Cheever. Row 2:
Fred Hartly, Leslie Farwell, Nancy Besson,' Beth Landagin,
Nancy Perry, Sherry Hart, Martha Hammer, Kathy Halverson,
Gail Guthrie, Sue Schotborn, Row 3: Tom Jackson, Suzellen
Darden, Pat Ponce, Ken Strom, Art Tollick, Pat Tiernan, Sharon
Kimball, Charles Schuerman. Row 4: Mary Frances Friel, Linda
Roberts, Rob Dailey, Janet Wachtler, Larry Trumbo, Ora
OICE OF OPI IO
Inter Club Council ll. to r.l Row l: Judy Souza, Eileen McCown, Sue
Souza, Kathy Wilcoxen, Laura Halpern, and Janine Grundel. Row 2:
Lindo Baker, John Agraz, Gary Schellenberg, Dan Montoya, and
Inter Club Council is a newly formed
organization on campus this year being its
second in existence. The council was pre-
sided over by Commissioner of Clubs Ei-
leen McCown and its membership was
composed of all the club presidents. The
council offered the club presidents the
opportunity to learn more about their role
in student government and gave them the
chance to express their opinions. To help
aid clubs next year in advertising their
activities, this year's l.C.C. instigated an
appropriation of S285 to buy a bulletin
I.C.C. A D EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
EXECUTIVE BRANCHE OF
Mr. Searle adds his comment during an Executive Council meeting
while Block "A's" president Gary Schellenberg takes notes
Student Body President Peter Karikos reads a communication
during an Executive Council meeting.
Every Thursday, during one class period,
sixteen student body officers meet to dis-
cuss the business engaged in the previous
day at Student Council. It is the respon-
sibility of these people, the members of
Executive Council, to discuss and analyze
the budgets, request forms, and activities
planned during the school year. ln addi-
tion to their traditional iobs of planning
the Freshman Orientation Day and Wel-
come Dance, the Council also undertook
the preparation of this year's Fiesta.
STUDE T STORE-ARROYCTS
Students take tull advantage ot the student store during their lunch periods.
Every day during both lunch
periods the student store is open.
The store sells candy, popcorn,
soft drinks, school supplies,
decals, pennants, and pompons.
Operation of the store is in the
hands of students under the di-
rection of Mrs. Schwoyer the ad-
visor. Working in the store is re-
garded as an A.O.P. class and
each student receives either one
credit or 'free hot lunches for the
Operated by students, the student store offers a variety of items
to prospective customers.
Dan Norvelle and Gary Schellenberg operate the stu
dent store during lunch.
Boys' League President
Steve Weeks takes nominations for the vice presidency of next year's Boys'
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Every girl's Utopia is Boys' League,
the largest organization on campus
with every male student enrolled at
Arroyo a member. The purpose of the
League, as stated in its procedures, is
to promote character, responsibility,
and school service. To work toward the
fulfillment of these goals is the Boys'
League cabinet, composed of a male
representative from each social studies
class and all of the League's officers.
lt is the responsibility of the cabinet to
plan the many and varied activities of
the League. A list of these activities
shows the important part Boys' League
has in the student life of Arroyo.
Boys' League helps the PTA with its
pancake breakfast. Both Girls' and
Boys' League co-sponsor the Thanks-
giving Food Drive and the Christmas
Ball. Boys' League also sponsors the
traditional March of Dimes Drive and
presents a scholarship to the outstand-
ing Senior boy of the year.
SERVICE TO ITS SCHOGL
Front row: Terry Kish, Jeff Close, Mike Gallagher, Rob Sater, Paul Steele, Charles Schuerman. Back
row: Hal Throolin, Steve Keil, Steve Weeks, Bill Van Meter, Rob Daily, Ron Anderson, Russ Collenberg.
Jerry Moore escorts Ferol McKean down the
runway at the annual Girls' league Fashion
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Baker, Pal Ponce, Judy Sousa, Nancy Dulcher. Row 3: Donna Schriber, Karen Rademacher, Janine
Grundel, Peggy Pelers.
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Ariel Chavez on lhe arm of Dennis Pelerson walks
down the ramp at lhe "WorId's Flair."
Helping the needy families of the area enioy
Thanksgiving with a complete turkey dinner, is one
of the many worthwhile activities sponsored by
Girls' League in coniunction with Boys' League. In
addition, Girls' and Boys' League work on the tra-
ditional, festive Christmas Ball. Strictly for the girls,
the League presents an annual spring fashion
show, planned to make every girl dream of a new
wardrobe. At the end of the year Girls' League
gives a S100 scholarship to the outstanding senior
girl of the year.
Besides planning and promoting extra-curricular
activities, Girls' League attempts to maintain a
standard of friendship through their "big sister"
program and tea. The League also provides the
girls of Arroyo an opportunity for leadership by
participation in the Executive Council of Girls'
League, composed of female representatives from
each social studies class to plan the League's
FOR GIRLS O LY
Betty Semple describes Kathy Lahti's nightgown at the Girls'
League Fashion Show, "Warld's FIair."
Girls' State Representative
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Megaphone Officers are, from leff lo righl, Pa? Collins, Phyllis
DiSlanislao, Pal Clarke, and Pauline Sfalne.
Firsl Row, left la right: Sfcr Nordslrom, Yvonne Gulierrez, Mau-
reen McLaughIin, Toni Gudge, Joni Mocek, Bonnie Mann, Nan-
cy Tangren, Barbara Poole, Cinda Olesen, Janel Wachller,
Diana Cava, Linda Ghigliazzo. Second Row: Pauline Stafne, Pal
Clarke, Pal Collins, Phyllis Di Slanislao, Rosemary Corrie. Third
Row: Linda Hoos, Darian Gahl, Monica Orliz, Joanne Luian,
Sybil Dornsile, Cherie Leonard, Leslie Farwell, Jane Segale, Mol-
lie McCarlhy, Marcia Alameida, Judy Hendricks, Jackie Walson,
Madelyne Hoover, Chris Gernerf, Janel Hallmark, Pa! Lloyd,
Nila Nicholas, Joan Oslrom, Lolly Lizolle, Linda Poznanovich,
Pal Chiaflala, Nancy Rogers, Georgia Fernandez, Maureen
Ryan, Linda Ealmon, Karol Evins, Cherl Hein, Lonnie Mellberg,
Karin Haskell. Fourlh Row: Charlolle Heath, Ann Guzman, Mary
Frances Friel, Sandi Nelson, Gabi Remenyik, Jeanne Hormell,
Mary Baird, Toni Sila, Cheryl Lima, Karen Carmack, Barbara
Emerson, Sharon Quinla, Cathy Grohs, Cathy Swifl, Nancy Ha-
gen, Linda Savage, Joy Herndon, Diane Franson, Connie Mc-
Bride, Gayla Gaylord, Celia Slram, Sue Burbank, Sally Odell,
Eileen Weaganf, Linda Roberls, Ann Jamison. Fiflh Row: Gail
Guthrie, Tina Hasson, Kalhy Woods, Linda Ferreira, Linda Too-
ley, Pat Shills, Barbara Dennis, Carolee Townsend, Kay Slegnar,
Susan Mahaney, Vicki Kinkade, Jane Cuffle, Pam Gard, Cheryl
Gernerl, Michele Magario, Dee Dee Lizolle, Janel Simpson,
Sherie Lance, Lynda Medeiros, Kalhy Larson, Arlene Wiley,
Marlha Derher, Hillary Jigour, Gloria Truiillo, Penny Pappas,
X CLUB FUR SPIRIT
Diana Cava, Nancy Tangren, Joni Mocek, and Maureen McLaughlin practice yell leader routines after
Promote school spirit-this is the goal
of Megaphone Club. To achieve its aims
Megaphone teaches the yells and songs of
the school, sells spirit ribbons, and holds
noon rallies to generate interest in the
Every Monday after school Megaphone
holds practice for girls desiring to be yell
leaders, song girls, the Bull or Matador.
In the spring of the year, fifteen of these
girls have their dreams fulfilled when try-
outs are held for positions on the rally
The big activity of the year for Mega-
phone is the annual Homecoming Day,
filled with parades, a dance, coronations,
and alumni. Megaphone also plans the
election of a queen and court, halftime
activities and the dance for the graduates
of past years.
Megaphone members learn the spirited yells of the
Cinda Olesen, Diana Cuva, Nancy Tangren, Joni Mocek, and Maureen Mclaughlin, in fooiball season
outfits work iogether as a unif.
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Star Nordstrom, Yvonne Gutierrez, Toni Gudge, Bonnie Mann, Borbczro Poole, Janet Wachter, and Lindo
Ghigliazzo add vivacity and ond color to the games.
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Maiorettes Vicki Kinkade, Chris Doran, and Sandy Kaufman
are the hard working, high steppers of Arroyo.
Starting in front of the band, head held high, a flash of silver,
these are the sights seen before every football game and at half
time when the Arroyo High maiorettes come to the field led by
state champion, Chris Doran. Behind her comes Vicki Kinkade, a
Freshman and Sandra Kaufman, a sophomore.
These three girls, often taken for granted, add color and
spirit to the football games with their well executed routines. They
have maintained the high standard set in previous years while creat-
ing an even higher precedent for next year's squad.
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president Danny Montoya and vice-president Eleni Hytopoulos hold a private conference.
Music club, one of the largest and most active
organizations on campus, contributed greatly to
increasing the appreciation that Arroyo Dons have
for the fine art of music. The club sponsored both
a fall and spring concert and also held a hoote-
nanny this year at the Fiesta.
Every music class elects a representative to the
club, and from the representatives come the club
Easter egg sale, doughnut sale, and dance was
sponsored by the club to augment their treasury.
with their musical activities, an
Music club members intently listened to the plans of their
Easter egg sale.
Mr. Phillips and Mr. Harl, music club advisors,
are always willing lo give c helpful suggestion.
Eleni Hylopoulas acls as the presiding officer of a music
, club meeling wilh lhe assislunce of David Boolh.
Leslie Farwell, David Baolh, and Cheryl Benz have a friendly chal during u music club meeting.
L to R, lst row: Kathy Rusk, Marilyn Wilson, Sue Piper, Mike
Looney, Dave Booth, Tammy Rosecrans, Dan Bardon lPres-
identl, Sharon Little, Sharon Bottarini, Maureen McLaughlin,
Kathy Nelson. 2nd row: Annette Rodrigues, Judy Radovich,
Dan Montoya, Cheryl Benzl Treasurerl, Betty Will, Kathy
Brennan, linda Geisinger, Betty Semple lVice-presidentl,
Leslie Vanderpool, Barbara Hamby. 3rd row: Janice Taylor,
A CAPPELLA CHOIR UPHOI
Judy Eckstein, Eleni Hytopoulos, Kitty Collins, Ken Christian,
Jim Griffin, Rod Smith, Mac Humphrey, Allen Honda, Bonnie
McDonnell lSecretaryl, Leslie Farwell, Colette Robinson. 4th
row: Kristine Larson, Ariel Chavez, Lillian Lizotte, Toni
Mills, Harry Brown, Jerry Hardy, Verne Shrewsbury, Tom Bell,
Bill Spirou, Caroleen Otterstetter, Glenna Dunn, Cathy Kyle,
Not pictured: Bob Goodwin, Annu McCoy.
The A Cappella Choir performs at the Christmas Concert, this year held in the gymnasium, Overflow
audiences in previous concerts in the cafetorium forced moving the Band, Girls' Chorus and A
ONG RECORD OF EXCELLENCE
Capturing an "excellent" ll rating at the year's
California Music Educators' Association Music
Festival held at Alameda High School, the A Cap-
pella Choir once again upholds its eight-year
tradition of excellence. The Fall Concert in No-
vember, the Christmas Concert in December, car-
oling in the halls and at a nearby hospital, as-
sembly programs at Barrett and Bohannon
Schools, assemblies at Arroyo in the fall, Christ-
mas and spring seasons, the Madrigal Singers at
the Shakespeare assembly, "Voices of Spring,"
the spring choral concert, the Hayward Area
Choral Festival, with Dr. Lee Kielson of Hayward
State directing, and all former Hayward Union
High School District schools in attendance, the
Fine Arts Showcase, the Senior Recognition Tea,
the Senior Baccalaureate services . . . all these
performances assured a busy season of choral
activities which were well-received by audiences
throughout the school year.
MIXED CHOIR AND GIRLS CHORUS-PREPARATION
FOR A CAPPELLA
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vocal class offered at Ar-
royo for girls who want to
become members of A Cap-
pella. After a year in
Girls' Chorus, those stu-
dents who have the talent
and desire may ioin the
Mixed Choir, which is one
step below A' Cappella.
Both choirs have the op-
portunity to display their
talents at the school con-
cert with Girls' Chorus per-
forming at Christmas and
Mixed Choir at the spring
Mixed Choir: first row-laudenslager, Ortega, Herndon, Alameida, Sita, Bordeaux, Sawyer,
Quirk, Blumenthal, Vance, Berry, and Hoefler. Row two-Strozyk, Santos, Speas, Emerson,
Bazo, Angelo, Allen, Brokaw, Vigars, Buckmiller, and Kinder. Row three-Mahoney, Smith,
Hull, Nimmo, Baumback, Steinbrink, Kahn, Banghart, Foss, West, Brown, Johnson, and Kyle.
Row four-Fetterman, Roberts, Larson, luian, Utt, Schnagl, Mangrum, Knowlden, Starr,
Tausheck, Bodine, Gaylord, McBride, and Dixon.
Girls Chorus: first row-Skrable, Knight, Johannes, Doxsee, Jozaitis, Zoggas, Delasco, Chalifoux,
Franson, York, and Baldwin. Row two-Grimmel, Pickerrell, Brockway, Dalke, Leimbach, Sylvia, Hanson,
Pappas, Pruyn, Segnle, Johnson, and Jager. Row three-Evans, Lloyd, Levakis, Kennedy, Wilson, Eng,
Werk, Bridges, Carpenter, Tooley, Mermod, Savage, and Young. Row four-Wolfe, Downer, Ornellas,
Kratft, Hallmark, Strom, Lngebrigtsen, Taylor, Lema, Shilts, Camuffo, McKellar, Alaniz, and Hart.
Dance Band: row om+Lusk, Foster, Acuff, Duley, Gaylord, Oieda, Booth, Atkinson, Lillie, and Cuftle.
Row two-Decon, Hall, Lockard, Moore, Moss, Smith, and Just. Row three-Romero, Gallegos, Voss,
Schubert, Nelson, Spirau, and Baptist.
A DANCER'S DELIGHT-"THE TVVILIGHTERSN
Bill Spirou in his duel role as a member of dance band, he
ls both an instrumentalist and a vocal soloist.
"Cherry pink and apple blossom
time." "Tea for two, cha, cha, cha." These
and other familiar and popular songs
are provided at dances, concerts, and
music assemblies by Mr. Phillips. Being
a member of the group, however, in-
volves more than daily going into a
classroom. Besides playing at school
functions, the band is hired to play at
other schools and activities. This year's
band, one of the best in Arroyo's his-
tory, attended the first Northern Cali-
fornia Band Festival where they received
a "superior" rating.
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During the entire football season, the red and
black uniforms of the band could be seen provid-
ing the entertainment at halftime. The band also
added color to the opening game ceremonies and
furnished the music for some of the song girl rou-
tines. For the length of the football season, mem-
bers of the band spent their A period class time
on the field marching. With football over, the
band, as a class, still continued to play under the
direction of Mr. Phillips at all the concerts. Climax-
ing a very successful year of playing was the rat-
ing of "excellent" for playing and "superior" for
sight reading at the band festival.
Rick Baptist, an outstanding trumpeter, plays a
solo at the Spring Concert.
The concert band lbelowl under the direction of Mr. Phillips
performed during "Strictly lnstrumentaI," the spring concert
During the Christmas Concert iabovel
e concert band adds to the festival
cclvnties of the season
l KEXCELLE 'i RATI
Mr. Phillips has the responsibil-
ity of not only teaching students
the necessary musical and tech-
nical knowledge needed to per-
form in an orchestra but he must
also form them into a competent
performing group. His hours of
hard work and the work of the
members of the orchestra was dis-
played at the spring concert,
"Strictly Instrumental." Further
proof of their hard work was ac-
quired at the music festival where
an "excellent" rating was ob-
tained in both playing and sight
Orchestra is one of the more active classes on campus, perform
ing at the spring concert and school assemblies.
Under the direction of Mr. Phillips, the "excellent" rated orchestra performs during the spring concert,
Committee trom left to right, first row, Barbara Emerson, Judy Souza, Roberta Swanburg, Peggy
Peters, Gdrsev Yilduru, back row, Jeff Close, Bonnie Richardson, Carol Urgolites, Mrs. Carey lAdvisorl,
Norm Cheever, and Kathy Wilcoxen.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT
TOWARD WORLD PEACE
Jeff Close and Peggy Peters learn more about the world at
an A.F.S. meeting.
Upon her arrival at the San Francisco Airport,
G3rsev Yilduru was greeted not only by her
American family but also representatives of Ar-
royo's Foreign Exchange Student Committee. From
that time on the committee was industriously em-
ployed in introducing Gorsev to the school. The
committee also had the iob of seeing that the
"exchange" exchange student from Rio Vista
Union High School, Mary Hadgimattheou, a na-
tive of Greece, was made to feel at home. Help-
ing the adult committee in obtaining applications
for host families and American Abroad candi-
dates is also part of the student committee's iob.
OUR PERSONAL AMBASSADOR
F ROM TURKEY-
Gb'rsev took a trip with her American family to the
scenic, winter wonderland of Lake Tahoe.
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entered the portals of Arroyo a 5'
3", dark hair, dark-eyed, 17-year-
old maid from Istanbul, Turkey. This
young girl, Giirsev Yilduru, had re-
ceived an American Field Service
Scholarship, and was here to learn
about the American way of life.
Coming from an all girls school
where students wore uniforms and
no make-up, Giirsev was introduced
to the hodgeepodge clothing and
color of a typical American high
school. Following this school year,
G3rsev plans to return to the uni-
versity in her home town.
Gorsev Yilduru stands atop a hill over
looking Izmir, Turkey.
Gorsev lin center with dark glassesl and a group at friends at a beach party.
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Don's club members Elaine Heezel, Laura Halpern,
Advisor, Mr. Carl
Margolin listen to u guest speaker at a meeting.
Following the disastrous Alaskan
earthquake on March 27,
appropriated S20 of their
a CARE package to the
This is iust one example
while activities of Don's
the Don's club
money to send
of the worth-
club. Now in
its second year of existence, the club
actively works at raising money for
charitable organizations in the commun-
ity and nation. The money is raised
through sales, the Fiesta,
and the oper-
ating of the student book store after
Junior Elaine Heezel conducts a discussion during a
Don's club meeting.
DON'S CLUB . . .
DO FOR OTHERS' NEEDS
STAGE AND SOUND CREWS-BACKBONE OF
Row l: Richard Boell, Kurt Tella, Danny Bardon. Row 2: larry Swingselh,
Ron leal, Don Campion. Row 3: Mike Gamboa, Dennis Brill. Row 4:
Jim Barlow, Barry Poole, Jim Acheson. Row 5: Clarence Moore, Denny
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Mr. Jorden's heaven, the Professor's
time machine, and the Yama's court room
all owe their existence to the stage crew
of Arroyo. This class makes all the props
for the school plays and works exten-
sively on the scenery for the Senior and
Junior show. The crew is also in charge
of the lighting for all of Arroyo's stage
"Testing, one, two, three, four. Test-
ing." This is the theme song of Arroyo's
sound crew, whose iob includes the re-
cording of the sound tracks for both the
Junior and Senior shows. The sound
crew also works at all school productions
and assemblies to insure that the audi-
ence is able to hear the audio portion
of the program.
Row l: Tom Poe, John Souza, Jim lencioni, Bob Patoai. Row 2: Randy Young, Bob McNeal, Jim
Castle, Mr, Anderson.
DRAMA CLUB . . . ACTOR
Kurt Tella, President
Mr. Word, Advisor
Drama cIub's own version of u Roman orgy - the spring ploy,
ORKSHOP GF ARROYO
Danny Montoya, Bill Murray, and Dan Bardon rehearse a scene from the spring play, "The Warrior's
Conversations of the past and present, with
and without accents, can be overheard at any
time when one attends a drama club meeting.
This club works diligently at presenting as pol-
ished a production of the fall and spring plays
as possible. This year's 'fall play, the comedy
"Heaven Can Wait," was a brilliant success as
was the spring production, "The Warrior's Hus-
Ray Aquirre and Kathy Shadduck have a friendly chat
during a brief break of rehearsal.
band," a play which took full advantage of leap
year in its theme. Besides working at the dra-
matic arts, the club took several field trips to
study theatrical productions and improve their
Drama club members actively participate in the club's affairs.
At the end of the fall, spring,
and winter sports outstanding
athletes are awarded with a
Block "A" during the sports as-
semblies. Membership in the so-
ciety takes more than physical
dexterity, however. The boys
must maintain a satisfactory
scholastic and citizenship record
in order to keep their block.
Seen at all the assemblies and
sport activties, members of Block
"A" help to see that suitable
conduct is observed by all. The
Senior members of Block "A"
have the added task of acting as
ushers at the Senior Show.
To raise money for their treas-
ury, the society had the conces-
sion stand at all the night bas-
ketball games. They also spon-
sored the very profitable and
comical Donkey Basketball game.
Led by president Gary Schellen-
berg and a fine core of offices,
the Block "A" society was a
great credit to themselves and
LETTERME PRO IDE SER I
Block "A" left to right: row one-R. Miller, K. Strom, J. Bradford, R. Wadsworth, J.
Limo, R. Lusareta, J. Churchill, G. Butler, B. Corral, T. Hawkins, D. Dzuhur, G.
J. Gideon, R. Truiillo, J. Accardo, R. Wilson, B. Ross, M. Navarro, J. Savattone, F.
Clapper, D. Baron, and H. Brown. Row two-D. Aiello, B. Priddis, H. Abrams, S.
Borges, J. Allison, S. Weeks, R. Kirkland, B, Bruce, J. Glenn, J. Reddoch, F. Hino
Jim Wilson demonstrates his own version of horsemanship during the Donkey Basketball game.
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IJ. Hall, F. Monloya, R. Hill, D. Argyres, R. Curringlon, C. Brolherlon, D. Crawford, B.
L, J. Davis, B. Kowalewski, B. Bozeman, and D. Silva. Row lhree-M. Taylor, R. Smilh,
renson, M. Lisowski, J. Butler, B. Perry, L. Trumbc, J. Hardy, L. Slege, R. Anderson, J.
I, T. Jackson, D, Baslin, J. Lillie, G. Ballard, J. Lockard, J. Gaylord, D. Schuberl, J.
70 THE SCHOOL
Most af lhe Block "A's" lreasury came from lhe profils of the conces-
sion slands that they sponsored al all the nighl boskeball games.
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As a result of a successful publicity
campaign and membership drive, German
Club became the largest foreign Ian-
guage club on campus. Through group
participation, discussions, and the co-
operation of its members at meetings, the
club put to constructive use its large mem-
bership. Member's interest was stimulated
by.a subscription to the German news-
paper "Unsere Zeitung" lOur Newspa-
perl and work on the foreign language
clubs dance "A Foreign Affair," co-spon-
sored by French and Spanish clubs.
Janine Grundel relates to French club the sights ol
Elaine Heezel and Roberta Swan discuss an article appearing
in "Unsere Zeitung" at German Club.
A question concerning French customs is answered by Janine Grundel during a
French Club meeting.
Seated left to right: Linda Koch, Glenis Hanson, Mary McKone, Laura Helpern. Standing:
Audrey Garmella, Elaine Harvey, Kay Getlman, Mary Philips, Pat Ponce.
Starting a year of activities
for Spanish club, was the instal-
lation of the new club officers
at La Morena. Then, the members
of the club, any interested stu-
dent who has one semester of
Spanish or more, had an oppor-
tunity to view slides of Spain
and Bolivia. The members also
studied the coins and clothing
of Bolivia, helping to fulfill the
club's purpose of familiarizing
students with all aspects of the
Spanish-speaking world. Spanish
club also prepared the entertain-
ment and bids for the Foreign
Language Clubs dance.
During a Spanish club meeting, Linda Koch and Pat Ponce
discuss a pamphlet on Bolivia.
AMIGOS DE LOS PAISES ESPANOL
Recognizing and applying out-
standing scholastic achievements
is the goal of the California
Scholarship Federation. Life mem-
berships and the recently initiated
scholastic blocks are some means
of academic awards.
During the past year C.S.F.
members actively participated in
many school activities, demon-
strating their motto, "Scholarship
for service." The federation also
handled several fund raising proi-
ects, the class pin sale, basketball
concessions, a Fiesta booth, and
the Victory dance in May. Club
members visited Stanford Univer-
sity and attended the annual Re-
gional Conference in Fresno. Ac-
cording to tradition, C.S.F. ush-
ered at Baccalaureate and gradu-
ation and led the graduation pro-
cessional, ln each activity, club
members tried to make their schol-
arship work for both the school
Miss Oakman and Miss Rohn offer helpful information to C,S,F.
president, Sue Souza.
C.S.F. members are informed of the proposed excur-
sion to Livermore.
C.S.F. members have an informal discussion before
the convening of the meeting.
2H club members hold an impromptu meeting.
Many patients at Fairmont Hospital
had their day greatly brightened when
members of Arroyo's Healer's and
Helper's Club took a field trip to the
hospital and served cake and punch to
the patients. The club also had guest
speakers, films, and other field trips to
stimulate the interest of young men and
women in a medical career. Members
were invited to explore the opportuni-
ties and requirements of various medi-
cal fields, grow as individuals by work-
ing together, and learn about the
community in which they will soon par-
ticipate as informed citizens and pos-
sibly medical personnel.
Club members of Healers and Helpers discuss one af their many fund raising sales.
Seen with the advisor Mrs. Deffley, school nurse, are Healers and Helpers
Club officers, Jan Hummel, secretary: John Agraz, president.
B.L. .-I DOCTRI ATIO TO
THE BUSINESS WORLD
Officers, Row I: Pam linnsten, President: Beth McCune, Sec-
retary. Row 2: Judy Lombardo, Vice President: and Glenda
Developing competent, aggressive business
leadership is the goal of the Future Business
Leaders of America. To achieve this aim the
club encourages members to work on indi-
vidual proiects and participate in the co-
operative efforts of the club which include
the selling of football programs and the
sponsoring of a booth at the Fiesta. F.B.L.A.
also offers its members an opportunity to
acquire more knowledge of the business
world through the use of guest speakers and
films at their meetings.
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Sand, Glenda Matson. Front row: Mary Galeck, Kathy Kindblad, Linda Buchhloz, Patty Davis
Karen Thorp, Beth McCune, and Sandy Guidry.
F.T.A.-EXPLORI G A FUTURE
Members of F.T.A. are I. to r.: Kathy Smith, Sharon Roe, Penney Brugger, Laura
Halpern, linda Margolin and Sandra Hartzie.
Sandro Hartzie, F.T.A, Vice President.
conducts the business of the meeting
during the absence of the president.
Future Teachers of America was organ-
ized to create and further an interest in
the teaching profession among students.
Through the club, students had the oppor-
tunity to explore teaching with the help of
capable advisors. Discussions, lectures,
movies, and field trips helped prospective
teachers to learn more about their chosen
One of the highlights of the year's ac-
tivities was the Future Teachers' Confer-
ence at California State College at Hiay-
ward. The Conference offered everyone
who attended a very worthwhile experi-
ence and a chance to see the new Cal
State campus. F.T.A. clubs from the entire
area met to compare and exchange ideas,
to help the clubs 'become more effective
in carrying out their goals.
Kathy Smith, an F.T.A. member, aflers her opinion
during a discussion while another member, Sharon
Under the guidance of Mr.
Charles Runyon, amateur photog-
raphers had an opportunity to
study their art in depth. Club
members studied many varied
methods of photography, learn-
ing about depth and color. Pic-
tures of a variety of subiects were
taken to develop and perfect
skills, with many club members
entering some of their work in
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Jim Castle, Randy Caselman.
Jim lencinoni inspects his print as he takes it out of
Bill Rice takes negatives out of developing fluid and checks
Under the direction of Mr.
Hunter, Arroyo produces a liter-
ary magazine annually. The pro-
duction statf is composed of
members of Don Beat who have
the responsibility of iudging and
evaluating each student submis-
sion. The best of the short stories
and poems submitted are then
printed and sold by members of
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Standing Iett to right: Donna Dell, Donna Barker, Janice Gomez, Dorothy Horn. Seated: Judy Souza,
Sherri Vincent, Reita Kiger, Carolyn Campbell, Karen Curlett, Connie Priest, Linda Faster, Kay McPhee,
Judy Hicks, Lynn Baker, Tony lego, Penney Brugger, and Nancy Teachworih work on an
issue of the Dry-Gulch Gazette.
Norm Cheever-Spring Edilor
Lynn Bo ker-Fall Editor
Every two weeks, as faithfully as clock-
work, the school newspaper staff publishes
the Dry-Gulch Gazette. Unknown to the
readers, however, is the time, tears, and
tirades that precede each issue. All edi-
tions, whether the one page cub edition
which the staff feels will never make the
press, the eight page Christmas edition and
all the ads, or the memory-filled Senior edi-
tion, are created only through hours of re-
search, proofreading, pasting up, and a
dozen other tasks. Upon the shoulders of
the iournalism staff rests the responsibility
of seeing that an accurate picture of stu-
dent life is reported to its readers.
IMENSIO -DISCER ME
Sue Schcltborn Lynn Baker, Judy Hicks. Second row-Penney Brugger, Chris Russell, Norm
FIRST ROW, l.efl lo Rlghl: Pal Shannon iFreshman and
Sophomore Class Edilorl, Sue Schalborn lSenior Class
Edilorl, Sue Sparacia iEdilor-ln-Chiefl, Eileen McCown
lCopy Edilorl, Karen Vigars fFacully Edilorl, Ariel
Chavez iBusiness Manager, Junior Class Edilorl. SEC-
OND ROW: Bill Rice lPholographerl, Cynlhia Harrison
fAssislonl Junior Class Edilorl, Chorleen Darden lOr-
ganizalions Edilorl, Linda Buchholz ISfudenl Life Eclilorl,
Barbara Poole KAN Edilorl, Cynlhia Hill lAssislanl
Sparls Edilorl, Marilyn Gales ICurriculum Edilorl, Vickie
Allison lSporls Edifcrl, Jim Lencioni lPholographerl,
Mr. Harl lAdvisorl.
'RESER ER OF MEMORIES
Creating a yearbook that will have as
much meaning today as ten years in the
future, is not an easy task, particularly
when added to the task is the necessity
of seeing that all events of the school
are accurately and completely covered,
and then presented in an appealing
manner. Dedicated to seeing that the
iob is well carried out is the l964 Ar-
Under the outstanding leadership of
the yearbook's advisor, Mr. Hart, the
entire staff was able to meet the tre-
mendous pressure placed upon it by
deadlines and the heavy burden of its
It is the responsibility of every mem-
ber of the publication class to see that
every page of the yearbook, including
the division pages and the index, and the
cover meet the standards that the class
and iudging systems have established.
They must also make the Arroyan a book
which is a valued possession to all those
who own it.
The hurried editor-in-chief, Sue Sparacio, approves pages for the
Sports editor, Vickie Allison, holds a consultation with
photographers Bill Rice and Jim Lencioni
Art editor, Barbara Poole, consults with
Charleen Darden on pictures for the year-
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The overpowering size of the gym . . . long
halls . . . enormous patio . . . complicated locker
combinations . . . confusing class changes . . . stu-
dent hadbooks . . . new yells . . . class colors and
school traditions . . . hero worship of the Block
"A" . . . the Senior Sanctuary known as the Stu-
dent Government Office . . . the thrill of beginning
something new. This is a . . .
September 9, l963, the first of many dates
for the class of '67, lt was on this date that the
freshmen received their first glimpse of Arroyo
High School with an introduction to the Adminis-
trative leaders, student body officers and rally
squad. Soon after Orientation Day the freshmen
THE FRESHMAN CLAS
FUT RE LEADERS
became involved in school activities with the Fresh-
men Tea and their dance on Valentine's Day. Hard
work, new experiences, and successful activities has
given '67 the ability to meet the challenge of their
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A D COURT
Midway through the month of
April, the class of '67 held nomina-
tions for their class queen and court.
Each girl nominated was interviewed
by the freshman class council. From
the interviews came a slate of five
candidates which was submitted to
every freshman social studies class
for voting. The results of the election
were announced at the C.S.F. Vic-
tory dance on May 1.
Queen: Elena Brown
HE RTS IN H RMO Y
Highlighting the decorations of the freshman dance was the huge heart of hearts
centerpiece hanging from the ceiling.
Rhonda Davis, one of the two general chairmen for Hearts and
Harmony, sells tickets at the entrance of the dance.
Between dances students gathered around the heart-decorated
For a unique touch, the freshmen used a iuke box to provide the
music for Hearts in Harmony.
Diane Lizotte, cloakroom chairman, checks
St. Valentine's Day had a special meaning for
the class of '67, That was the day the freshmen
took the cafetorium of Arroyo High School and
transformed it into a ballroom for their Freshman
Frolic, "Hearts and Harmony". The theme was
carried out by the use of a large heart centerpiece
and hanging around it smaller hearts with musical
notes on them, red, white, silver, and pink were
used to accent the decorations. A touch of origi-
nality was added with the use of a luke box to
furnish the dance music.
the wraps of the entering students.
February 14 was the day
freshmen opened the doors
of the Freshman Frolic to
FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL
FALL SEMESTER, I-r: Dole Heath, Deno Yoder, Dee Dee Lizotte, Chris Gernert, Sue Jefferis. Row Two:
Jay Clopper, Keith Moore, Mike Johnson, Ken Lunders, Roberto Young, Karen Anselmo.
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notes to take buck to her social studies class. informed closs.
participation constitutes an
THE LEGISLATI E ASSEMBLY OF 67
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SPRING SEMESTER, l-r: Barbara Emerson, Jane Segole, Janet Fernandes, Mary Bridges, Michele Mer-
mod. Row Two: Janet Simpson, Christine Gernert, Linda Alaniz, Roberto Young, Jerry Griffen, Ken
lunders, Keith Moore.
Mrs, Berman, class advisor, gives helpful information to
Early in their high school career fresh-
men are initiated into the workings of a
democracy. Elections of a representative to
Freshman Class Council is held in Septem-
ber and January. These representatives,
chosen by their scholastic and citizenship
record, have the responsibility of acting as
the link of communication between their
class and their council and helping to or-
ganize the activities for the year.
The smaller campus und buildings . . .
relief of not being the youngest . . . iar-
gon of a foreign language . . . driver's
ed. "litters" . . . football for boys and
Q girls . . . ioy of buying a class ring . . .
Q 5 growing class unity . . . feeling of belong-
l ing . . . choosing a show chairman . . .
impatience for the coming year. This is
a . . .
f SOPHO CRE
SOPHOMCRES A CLA
WITH DRI E, SPIRIT
A D LE DERSHIP
Charles Sch uermun
Sherry Dearing Arlene Wiley
A successful year for the class of '66 was gained with the help of competent
officers. Beginning with the sale of Don's pins, the class went on to other sales, and
the Sophomore Hop, unhampered by the date, Friday the l3th. The sophomores
reached the pinnacle of their year when they bought class rings and became nearer
to being upper classmen. With the leadership they have shown, their Junior year should
be very successful.
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THE SOPHO ORE CLASS
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In the spring of the year, each sophomore
social studies class nominated a candidate
for the position of class queen. Following
the nominations, each girl was interviewed
by class council as a means of iudging the
aspirant's intelligence, poise, and personal-
ity. From the interviews came a list of the
five girls whose names appeared on the
ballots submitted to all sophomores for vot-
ing. Culimnation of the election came on
Friday, April 13, when the queen, Pam
Thomas, was crowned and her court was
introduced at the Soph Hop.
Vous NAVEZ PAS DE
PGM Th0W'0S, S0Ph0m0l'e, feigned 05 CIUSS Sealed is Pom Thomas, Sophomore queen, wilh Iasl years
queen during Vous Ndvez pas de Chance. Freshman queen, Connie Hanson on her righl, and the courl
QL lo Rl Hillary Jigour, Gayle Gaylord, and Lonnie Melberg.
Members of every class enioyed an evening at Vous Ndvez pus de Chance.
Arroyo's dance band, the Twiliters, provided the music for the Soph Hop.
Friday the 13th was a day filled with supersti-
tion and bad luck. The sophomores, however,
turned it into a night filled with dancing and fun
at the traditional Soph. Hop. The sophomores took
'full advantage of the date, beginning with the
theme Vous Navez pas de Chance, which means,
You're Out of luck. The cafeteria was gaily dec-
orated with cracked mirrors, four-leaf clovers,
horse-shoes and an ivy covered wishing well, used
as a centerpiece of the dance floor. The color
scheme was of the cool greens, purples, blues,
and whites, to highten the bewitching affects of
the decorations. Dance music was furnished by the
outstanding Arroyo dance band, conducted by Mr.
Couples dance around the good luck wishing well at the Soph
Friday the thirteenth didn't scare people
away from '66's class dance.
OPHGMORE CLASS COUNCIL
Front Row,,I to r: Susan Baumback, Margie Salinos, Kay Stegner, Suzanne Jacobs, Susan Guidoni, Ed
Torres. Back Row, I to r: Marilyn Brown, Martha Dreher, Jane Pinto, Chris Tcusheck, Burt Winn, Paul
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With the recommendation of their teach-
ers and respective cleans, each semester,
sophomores are elected as representatives
to the Sophomore Class Council. These
representatives, along with the class offi-
cers, help plan the traditional activities of
the Sophomore class. They keep their re-
spective social studies classes informed on
the progress being made on activities and
help '66 gain the experience and knowl-
edge necessary for the next year as upper
'f Security of being an upper-
classman . . . Carnation sale
. . . panic and chaos of the
show . . . trepidation and ex-
K citement over the Prom . . .
P running for Student Body Of-
fices . . . hours of homework
. . . losing to the seniors in the
powderpuff football game . . .
taking the Iowa and I.Q. tests
UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS A D COUNCI
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President Jim Lockard
Vice-President Paul Klass
Treasurer Tammy Rosecrans
Secretary Vikki Eschmann
On November 2 the Juniors began a year
of activities with the traditional carnation
sale. Following the sale was the Powder Puff
football game, the first in Arroyo's history.
The game took place on December 5 and the
Seniors defeated the Juniors I6-8.
After months of hard work on the part of
class officers, the class council, and chairmen,
the Juniors proudly presented their show,
"Time Has Come," on February 6 and 7, and
the Prom on April 3. Then there came a day
composed of tears over the graduation of
school officers, varsity team members, and
idols, and a day of ioy over the switching
of class rings and the realization that the
Senior year had begun.
BACKBONE GF CLASS ACT I IT IE
FALL CLASS COUNCIL
Leif to righl: Valerie Benlon, Melanie Brix, Prudy Wolfe, Judy Hendricks, Margarel Knupfer, Ann
Jamison, Linda Bien, Elaine Heeszel, Annelie Rodrigues, Gail Grimmel, Terrie Foss.
SPRING CLASS COUNCIL
Left lo right: linda Poznanovich, Tina Hasson, Karen Rademacher, Terrie Foss, Ann Jamison, Kathy
Bliss, Leslie Farwell, Judy Hendricks, Veca Newcam, Monica Orlii Janice McCormick, Georgia
JU IOR CLASS COUNCIL I ACTIO
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Janice McCormick, Cynlhia Merrill and Monica Orliz.
Helping to plan the Junior Show, are The class council represenlafives
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Boslram, Danna Dulcher, Nancy
Buller, Timothy Gates, Marilyn
Carlson, Pal Holvorsen, Joan
Coplan, Eddie Hinoiosa, Richard
Costa, Carol Izak, linda
Crawford, Phil Jackson, Raberl
Cromwell, Chrisfine Klein, Dennis
Doinsifer, Sybil Lalham, Donald
"TIME HAS COME"
Backstage, Juniors watch, wait, and wander as their show, "Time
Has Come" is presented.
"Time Has Come" came on February 6
and 7 in the Arroyo High Cafeteria. Be-
ginning the show in a splash of color was
the unique time machine, then, came thirty
acts showing the wide range of talent in
the Junior class. Climaxing the show in a
very effective manner was the finale in
which the entire cast sang the songs "Six-
teen, Going on Seventeen," and "Auld
Lang Syne," both with slightly different
lyrics composed by a Junior.
The show was well received by all who
saw it, and much of its success is due to
the hard work of Kathy Halverson, general
chairman, Bobbie Rowe, director, and all
the other chairmen.
Kathy Halverson and Bud Eckert rehearse their lines Congratulating one another on a iob well done, in the Junior
backstage of the Junior Show. show, is Karen Carothers and Terry Foss.
In lheir exclusive creaiions from Tin Pan Alley, Mary Zickefoose, Sharon
McRighf and Marilyn Wilson, prepare for their promenade in lhe Junior
Bobbie Rowe, director, ond Kolhy Halverson general choirman, discuss
los! minule details of the show on opening night.
Madelyne Hoover and Jackie Walson 'Wiptoe
Ohrough lhe iulips" during the Junior Show.
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Couples Bill Blake and Davene Robertson, followed by Mike
Sarton and Glenyce Hanson, enter the fanciful world of Aqua-
Friday afternoon of April third
found approximately twenty iuniors
feverishly decorating the Arroyo
High gym to transform it into Davey
Jones' Locker for the Junior Prom
that evening. The committee's work
proved to be a complete success
with the entire room being turned
into an aqua fantasy. A fountain
greeted the entering couples, and
on the far side of the room was
another fountain of cascading punch
at the buffet. Suspended above the
food-laden table was a beguiling
mermaid and for the dance floor
centerpiece there was a charming
pink octopus. For additional at-
mosphere there were fish nets and
treasure chests. The dance was a
all who were hungry or thirsty.
The Junior Prom buffet offered palate pleasures for
Eleni Hytopoulos and Cathy Parker with their escorts enioy u refreshing 'W
moment at the Prom. Juniors groan, giggle, and grimcice over
their Prom centerpiece, a pink octopus.
NIGHT TO REMEMBER
"A wonderful evening" was the verdict on Aqua-Lusion to the delight of those who worked on the
Beautiful flowers for a beautiful girl-Chris
Densmore, iunior class queen.
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Queen Chris Densmore and her
Georgie Fernandez, '65's sophomore
queen, crowns lhe new class queen, Chris Mike Taylor lead off the first
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following her coronallon.
The fairesl of the iunior class, the queen and courlg lslunding I. lo nl Elaine Heezel, Lolly Lozolle,
lsilling l. lo r.l Tommy Rosencrans, Chris Densmore, queen, and Leslie Farewell.
Pot Howe and her escort stand in front of the picture backdrop at the Junior
A waltz, a cha cha, and the twist were
offered to all the dancers at the Junior Prom.
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After three years of waiting, '64 reached
their ultimate goal. Beginning with the election
of Senior class officers in their .lunior year,
plans for a rewarding, fun-filled, last year
began. Through the diligent work of officers
and representatives during school, vacations,
and hourly, almost-weekly meetings, the Senior
class participated in worthwhile activities.
Starting the year off was Senior Sock and
Silence Day. Jump ropes, jacks, and stuffed
animals were replaced with high heels, suits,
and hats on Senior Dress-up Day. On .lune 4,
the Recognition Tea, honoring all the hard
working students of the Class of '64 was held.
The annual display of Senior talent in "last of
the Red Hot Yamas" was a huge success as was
the Senior Ball held on May 22. On .lune 9,
Arroyo was offered peace and quiet as Seniors
exchanged ivy-covered halls for ivy-covered
hills, on the annual Senior Picnic.
ln the gathering dusk of June ll, the class
of '64 left their Alma Mater. Through hours of
fun and work Seniors gained in their hearts a
lasting impression of their school - Arroyo.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PROMOTE
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VlCE PRESlDENT SECRETARY TREASURER
Ken 5ll'0m Susan Schatborn Gary Ballard
FALL SEMESTER lr Diana Cava Debbe Ross Chrns Kral Marilyn Heeszel Drone Siafne Row 2
Joan Anderson Merllna Yoder Regina Paslor Pat Shannon
CLASS U ITY
SRRING SEMESTER I-r: Marilyn Heeszel, Kris lurson, Rosemary Corrie, Danny Montoya, Susan Freiias,
Diane Siafne. Row 2: Trudy Woods, Nancy Hazlifi, Barbara Guenther, Regina Pastor, Behy Semple,
Cynihia Harrison. Row 3: Bill Heslin, Joan Anderson, Sue Heifner, Diana Brown.
"LOOK FOR MORE FROM '64"
Allred, Palricic Jane
Andersen, Carol Jean
Anderson, Donna Jean
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Senior Class secretary and vice presidenl, Sue Schalborn and Ken Slrom hgh!
over lhe caveled class prize,
Gary Schellenberg holds ihe prized Senior Bomb.
Bice, T. Gorden
Baron, Dennis Beale, John
Bedard, Vaughn Beggs, Belly
THE SENIOR BGMB
BLEM OF PIRIT
Bravo, Virginia Ann
Brugger, Penney Kaye
Busse, Janice Marie
Caton, Margaret Ann
Cava, Diana Lynn
Chavez, Ariel Maria
Cochran, James f
Coggins, Laura Louise
' Senior Class advisors, Mr. Glen Smith, Mrs. Anita Barton, Mrs. Laura Hooper, Miss Lois Bastian,
and Mr, Nick Athos, discuss future class activities.
Collins, Palrlcia Lucille
Corral, Burl Wayne
Darden, Charlene Ann
Darouze, Jeri Lynn
Davis, Pafricio Ann
DeRosia, Darby Dawn
SENIORS WORK AS WELL AS PLAY
Wiih Gary Schellenberg, senior, pocketing the profits, Shirley Haworih, senior, musl work
harder earning money at the siudeni siore.
A serious discussion of world lileralure is conducted by Mr. Wilson during
a typical day in Humoniiies.
Edwards, June! Ruth
Erlmann, Karen Eschen, Karen Eugina, Margie Evans, Sieve
Eveleih, Doug Faggari, Judith Blair Falcone, Joseph FUf1fli'19, Cufhy
Fargo, Lorraine Ferreira, Dennis Fischer, Carl FlOreS. Jerry
Fosier, Linda Foster, Mike Fox, Geruld FOX, linda
Glocksen, Evelyn Carol
Seniors picnic on ihe patio during Senior Sock and Silence Day.
Gudge, Arieen Anhoneiie
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Gundell, James Gustafson, Irene Halpern, Laura
HClfm0f0l'd, PUUI Hansen, Hal Hardy, Bruce
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Ron Hill dozes off during a quie! momen! of Che day.
lurlley, Fred '
lclllon, Barbara Ann
luughn, Gwendolyn Sue I
eifner, Susan Moe
eilman, Donna Ronnelle
einbuch, Cynfhiu June
nry, Pulrick , 'x
nsel, Henry I V
Hicks, Judilh Lo
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ughes, Donna Jean
rmanis, Karen ludyfhe
aquin, Harrie! Marie
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Krnl, Christine Ellen
Kruger, Bonnie Jo
Kyle, Catherine Anne
Just, Paul Kalamc, Julian Karikas, Peter Kell, Steve
Kindblad, Kathleen King, Sammy King, Sandy Kinkade, Jim
THE SENIOR SHO
Lahti, Katherine Anne
Lane, Judith Ann
SGMETHI G FUR E ERYO E
Davene Roberison and Verne Shrewsbury as Marsha and John, have a
iouching and comical park scene during the Senior Show.
Lynch, Jane! Karen
McCauslund, Vicforia Ann
Leonard, Lindo Anne
Locke, Charlene Diane
Seniors Davene Roberson and Ron Kirkland enjoy the fresh air while eating lunch on the patio.
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w Mailho, Ron
Maine, Audrey Elizabelh ,
Maison, Glenda Karen
E IORS PARTICIPATE IN CLASS
At Senior Class Council,
lo lheir classes.
represenlalives lislen atlenlively in order lo make accurale reports
Meyer, Dorothy May
Mills, Toni Lee
Moniz, Marilyn Marie
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Murphy, Joyce Ann
Jan Rowe, Campus Commissioner,
eats his ice cream carefully to keep
the campus clean.
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Parodi, Heidi Pastor, Regina
Patterson, Cynthia Peacock, Sharon
S NIGRS E JOY
THE PLEASURE OF LIFE
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Person, Judith Ann
Philips, Jerry Dean
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Pontes, Barbara Poole, Barbara Poole, Barry Post, Susan
Pratt, Doug Priddis, Bob Priest, Connie Pritchard, Don
THE SANE, SENSIBLE
Chris Russell, Bob Ross, Ron Reddick and Steve Weeks converse over cu case while the iury evesdrops.
Robarge, Mary Lea
Roberison, Sheila Moe
Robinson, Linda Heidi
Louise Lewis, Suzanne Griffin, Diono Cova, ond Carol Andersen show lhol football
is not necessarily reserved for boys.
Roll, Ted Jon
Rosse, Deboro Dole
She"-Mk Peggy Sheeis, Beverly sheline, Frank
Silva Elnzabefh Ann Simpson, Karen Smilh, Darryl
Smiih Lenora Claudine Smiih, Pai Smiih, Rod
wsbury, Verne Jr. Silva, Ar!
Smiih, Karen Smiih, Kaihle
Nh, Sharon Ann Smith, Shelly
Louise lewis and Suzanne Griffin, seniors, run foward lhe play during the powder puff
SENIOR FEMININE FATALES PLAY
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5U9hI'Ue, Carol Sullivan, Leslie Swartz, Bob Swingselh, Larry Sylvia, John
Tangren, Ndhry Taylor, Janice Lorraine Taylor, Mike Taylor, Pam Taylor, Ron
Mr. Norman Hanson, senior counselor, ponders a problem.
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TEHCI, KUY7 Terpck, Alberl John Thedick, Belly Thomas, Kulhy Eileen
Tl'-9hf"C'n1 Allan Tilley, Melvene Tilslrom, Glenda Tinagero, Mike
TIPTOFM Affhllf Todd, lee Tompkins, Burbcrc Tosh, Judilh Ann
Turner, Diana Lynn
Wagner, Carol Ann
Whitehead, Judy Ann
Willis, Patricia Ruth
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Woodzelle, Rick Yilduru, Gorsev Yoder, Merlena York, Margaret Young, JOYCE
Young, Randy Yulzy, Calherine Elaine
Kollerer, H. Kenneth
SENIOR CLASS QUEEN
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Ouf-going queen, Bonnie Munn, crowns Diana Cave, Senior Class Queen,
during the ccronuiion ceremony of lhe Senior Bull.
Queen and her court with their escoris.
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time out for a laugh while working on
Senior Ball decorations.
Diane Stafne and Mr. Wilson, advisor, work hard to prepare the gym for the "big
Couples dance through the billowing clouds
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George Crozier, wish the 5enior's a wonderful and
memorable night at their Senior Ball.
On May 22 at 9:00 p.m., the clock chimed and
the doors of "Heaven on Earth" swung open.
Two hundred and twenty-five Seniors and their
escorts walked through pearly gates and down
one of two sloping ramps that stood next to a
white, marble fountain pouring angel hair. The
four walls each depicted a different scene - one
was of the rising sun, another of the sunset, a third
of the northern lights, and the fourth of colorful
rainbows. ln the center of the dance floor stood
a dream ship resting on clouds that floated up to
At l'l:O0 p.m. the queen and her court walked
to a platform for the Coronation. With a beautiful
angel smiling down and standing behind them,
last year's class queen Bonnie Mann crowned
Diana Cava Senior Class Queen.
On May 23, at 2:00 a.m., the clock chimed and
the doors closed. The Senior Ball of 1964 was
over. The Class of '64 was one step closer to
The Queen's court wallzes to the dreamy music of the evening.
"Heaven on Ecr!h" proved to be o nostalgic evening for all.
Lou-Earl and his band provided ihe heavenly music ul fhe Senior Ball
F110 HEAVE Diana Cuva and her escorf, Willis Leighton, dance to
c very dreamy Vune.
Couples dance around the "Dream Ship".
Diana Cavs says "thunk you" lo the Seniors
afver her coroncliicn.
Jumping rope, senior spirit ribbons, yelling, ring-around-the-
rosy, the senior bomb, silent stares, and the battle cry, "Seniors-
Be Seen And Not Heard!" were the sights and sounds ofthe Arroyo
campus on October 23, 1963.
Every year during October, Seniors act as if the state of sanity
did not exist during the traditional Senior Sock and Silence Day.
They play nursery school games, wear silly clothes, and ignore the
other students. For under-classmen it is a day of undeclared war
spent strenuously in trying to make a senior "blab."
October 24, those seniors who talked were forced to wear a
badge of shame-a sign with the word "heard." Those who man-
aged to contain themselves were awarded a sign with the word
This chaotic event might be described by Freudian psychologists
as a reversion to childhood caused by a subconscious rebellion
against an impending adulthood. To the seniors, however, it was
a day to have fun and to distinguish the Class of '64 from the
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jump rope during the zany Senior Sock and Silence Day.
Renee Ragain, Nancy Teachworth, Sylvia Gerards, and Dilyn Dearing try their hand at iacks.
Susan Scholborn and Noncy Teachworlh laugh of lhe cmlics occurring on Senior
Sock ond Silence Day.
A cross-seclion of sane l?l seniors on Senior Sock and Silence Day.
Dcvene Roberlson is the Furm-
er's wife during a game of
"Former in Ihe Dell."
General Chairman, Ariel Chavez,
takes time out for a friendly chat
Time: The future
Place: A courtroom
Plaintiff: The Yamas
Presiding iudge: Steven Weeks
Bailiff: Bob Ross
Procecuting attorney: Chris Russell
Defense attorney: Ron Reddick
Verdict: A most unorthodox courtroom drama, better known as
the Senior Show, "Last of the Red-Hot Yamas." Presented under the
quise of attorney's evidence were the acts, which was a means of
carrying out the theme.
This annual display of Senior talent had a great deal of unusual
variety to it, along with the traditional girls' and boy's chorus lines.
Following an example set by the class' Junior Show, the boy's chorus
line served a duel purpose. The line was not only a moment of light-
hearted spoofing about the Beatles, but was also a means of over-
throwing the tyranntical iudge-last of the Yamas.
Standing as public testimony to the hours and months of prepara-
tion, the Senior Show owes much of its success to the hard work of
all the people and chairmen connected with it. ln particular, much
credit goes to the general chairman, Ariel Chavez, and director,
Sally Towslee and Evelyn Glocksen, both professional dancers perform a jazz dance to "Steam Heat
An outstanding example of precision was the Tiller l.ine to "Opus L" by Glenn Miller.
DF THE RED-HOT Y MAS
Adding on Oriental flavor wus the ian "Chino DolI" chorus line, first oct of the Senior Show.
A comedy hit of the show was the folk song parody by Katherine Robinson, Kathy Fanning,
X Sharon Dolan, Cheryl Benz, and Colette Robinson.
Director Drake Trumpe gives last minute in-
Defense Attorney, Ron Reddick receives cl reprimand from the iudge structions to the cast before opening af "lost of
Steven Weeks in the red-hot Yama's court room. the Red-Hot Yamus".
Knock, knock! Who's there?" Rosemary Corrie ond Nancy Tangren in Ohe
Las! of Ihe Red-Hoi Yumcls".
Following two gripping Shakespearean soliloquies, Danny Bordon, accompanied by
bcngos, reciies his own bee? poetry.
Flashing red and silver chcruderizes Sally Towsiee's mp dance, "PuMing on the Ritz."
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Susan Freitas shows her limba ability to fallow seniors.
Under the leaden, grey sky of June
9, five hundred seniors anxiously
looked forward to a day of complete
abandon at the little Hills Ranch.
While the weather may not have been
all that was desired, for a picnic, it
did not daunt the spirit of the Class of
At the picnic many fearless moun-
tain climbers were to know a moment
of fear as they slid down a mountain
of mud. After wallowing in the seas of
brown ooze, many gathered by the
fire to dry out - until a cloud sprung
a leak. Another means of warming
up was to go swimming - the water
was cold, but numbness soon set in.
At 5:00 the buses returned and
headed for home loaded with seniors
who were worn, wet and weary. lt
didn't matter though, they had had
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California State Scholarship Finalists: Peter Karikas, Catherine Kyle, Kathy Lahti, Steven
Weeks. tNot pictured: Brent Schlottmanl.
American Legion Citizenship Award: Davene Robertson and Gary
Arroyo High School Student Body Scholarship: Kathy Lahti, Steven Weeks, Joyce Schreiber. lNot pic-
tured: Robert Priddisl.
Chrisand Russell: California Savings and Loan
John Agraz: Healers and Helpers Medical
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Susan Souza: Daughters of lhe American Revo-
lulion, Good Cilizenship Award: Arroyo High
Girls League Srholarshipy Cabrillo Club Scholar-
Cynlhia Harrison: Kiwanis Nursing Scholarship.
Sieve Keil: Arroyo High School Facul-
ty Wives Scholarship.
Bill Van Meier: Wesl Point Appoinlmenl.
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California Slate College al Hayward-Honors al Enirance:
X Joyce Schreiber and Bruce Hume.
Fred Hartley: Dolphin Foundolion Scholarshipp Engineering Week-
Zone Winnerp Nalional Meril Scholarship Finalislsy Purdue Univer-
Bob Priddis: Sociely of Exploration Geo-
physicisls Foundation Scholarship, Brigham
Young Universily Scholarship.
Norman Cheever: Son Lorenzo Press Club Award:
San Francisco Press Club Award: Parent Teacher
University of California-Honors At Entrance: Norm Cheever, Kathy Wilcoxen,
Bruce Hume: Lion's Club Clancy Boyer Schol-
Cheryl Benz: Arroyo High School Parent
Teachers Association Award.
Arroyo High School Boys' League Scholarship: Steven Weeks and Peier Korikas.
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Wamen's Club Award,
BeNy Semplea Arroyo High School
Teachers' Association Scholarship.
Kathy Wilcoxen and Fred Hartley: Arroyo High
School Bourne Scholarshipy Bank af America
Peter Karikas: Alameda County Sheriffs Citizenship
Steven Weeks: Frank H. Boren University High School Scholarship: Uni-
versity of California-Principal Candidate NROTC.
Bank of America Trophy Winners: Kris Larson, Fine Arts: Fred Hart-
ley, Math-Science, Kathy Wilcoxen, Liberal Arts: fNot pictured: Har-
riet Joaquin, Vocationai Artsl.
laura Halpern: San Lorenzo Teachers Association
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Awards: Kathy Wilcoxen and Peter Karikas.
SENIOR CLASS AWARDS
Linda Fran Baker
Norman Paul Cheever
laura Joan Halpern
Frederick Charles Hartley
Katherine Ann Lahti
Robert Charles Priddis
Joyce Ann Schreiber
Susan Ann Souza
William Harley Van Meter
Steven Brian Weeks
Kathryn Ann Wilcoxen
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A different sight was seen on the Arroyo cam-
pus April l5. lt was the day when the Class of
'64 showed to all who attended and worked
at Arroyo that the Senior class was composed of
young men and women. Senior Dress-Up Day, a
traditional activity, gives the class of graduates
an opportunity to attend school in their "Sunday
best". Following the normal school day, there
was a special tea held in the library for all the
seniors, senior counselors, and administrators.
Eileen McCown and Penny Brugger lill up on punch during
the tea following Senior Dress-Up Day.
RECOG ITIO TE -
FOR SENIOR ACHIEVERS
The Madrigal singing group was the highlight of the afternoon tea.
A traditional event at Arroyo is the P.T.A. Sponsored Senior Recognition Tea.
Held on June 4 in the school cafetorium, the tea was a means of rewarding all the
members of the senior class who had done an outstanding iob in academic, athletic
or extra curricular activities. The parents of those being honored were also invited
to the tea. Entertainment was provided by the Madrigal singers, directed by Mr. Hart.
Parents and students enioy themselves during the recognition tea.
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SENIOR BRE KFAST-
BEGINNING OF THE E
Coffee cake coming fresh from the oven, frying bacon, scram-
bled eggs, and hot chocolate - these were the smells that waffed
across the patio on the morning of June ll. At 7:30 a.m., the
graduating class was lined up outside the school cafetorium wait-
ing for admittance into their last class activity. During the meal
entertainment was provided by Danny Moore alias Jonathan Win-
ters and the Canaan Singers, a folk singing group. Presentations
were made to all the chairmen of the various senior activities held
throughout their year. Following the meal at 9:00 a.m. was the
rehearsal for the graduation that was to be held that evening.
Those sitting at the banquet table look over the Senior Class with varied expressions.
The preseniuiion of the graduating Class of 1964.
Counselors, udminisircfors and guests during the grcduaiion ceremony.
The Class of '64 proceeds ioward
In the gathering dusk of June 11, 1964, five hundred
and forty-nine seniors stood watching, waiting, and remem-
bering. They remembered how they had first come to Arroyo
with trembling knees and a small band of equally timid
friends. Now all those that stand around are friends but
the knees are still trembling though for a different reason.
They remembered their Freshman class dance "The
Twilight Zone", their Sophomore dough-nut hole sale, their
Junior show, "Take Five", and all their senior activities.
They remembered the day of the donning of childish outfits
and how they had thought that the time between then
and the putting on of graduation robes would have been
ln the morning they had sat at the Senior breakfast
and laughed and ioked. Especially humorous were the
Senior Wills that had been distributed that morning. They
had finished eating and sat waiting to go to graduation
rehearsal. A note of farewell was added when the foreign
exchange student was given her graduation present from
the senior class. They waited to leave yet they longed
They watched and noticed those who ioked the most
about graduation were now the quietest. Here and there
a tear glistened, a lip trembled, a smile faded, and the
nervous chatter ended as the first strain of "Pomp and
Circumstance" floated through the air. A sigh was heard
and they began the processional.
This was the Class of . . ,
OF THE NEW
OUT OE MANY"
Linda Fran Boker
QQ "THE PRICE OE
Der George Karikas
TRIBUTE TO SENIOR COUNSELORS
Soothing iagged nerves in the first hectic weeks,
teaching the varied curriculum in social studies, lend-
ing a helping hand, and guiding along the right path,
this is the role of a high school counselor. In the
senior year, however, their role takes on added
dimensions. Information concerning college entrance
requirements, military obligations, and job opportu-
nities must be passed on to counselees. In addition,
there are hundreds of forms to be 'filled out for stu-
dents that require scholastic records and personal
recommendations. This year the important task of
being a senior counselor fell on the shoulders of
Messrs. Faulman, Finch, Hanson and Loye, all of
whom carried the burden well and did an outstanding
The Class of '64 was richly possessed of all those
qualities which transform buildings of stone and concrete
into a warm community filled with light and life.
Ours was the rebellious spirit which invited change
where change was necessary, which forged new paths,
and envisioned new frontiers.
Ours was the creative mind and questing spirit which
rejoiced in laughter, song and friendship, and conveyed
that ioy in countless ways.
Ours was a generation upon which a great burden
was placed by the forces of history.
Ours was an era touched by a great tragedy and
a great promise.
And of that rebellious spirit, that lay in living, that
burden and that tragedy we have forged a hardwon
Today we must say good-bye to all that was, Some
will say it with a smile, some with a tear and all will
say it with pride. Yet say good-bye we must for although,
"The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
4, We have promises to keep,
f li j. - W: And miles to go before we sleep."
' Q Chris Russell
Q Senior Class President
Thank you for
dances, the elections, the rallies,
fiestas, the clubs, the friends. '
Thank you Arroyo for the memories.
The Class of 1964
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Front, left to right: B. Blazek, R. Anderson, D. Scott, G. Burnett, Coach Gastineau, D. Baron, D. Dzubar, D. Mederios,
Schellenberg, D. Silva, J. Bradford, M. Whitley, J. Wilson, B. J. Gaylord, G. Bobo, R. Dailey, L. Trumbo, G. Cardoza, T.
Bozeman, J. Hardy, D. Eveleth, A. Hinaioso. Back: Mgr. D. Jackson, J. Perry, J. Glenn, J. lockord, Coach Oden.
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Arroyo . .Valleio 6
Arroyo . .DeAnza 6
Arroyo . . .Tennyson 7
Arroyo . . .Mt. Eden 'l4
Arroyo . . .Sunset 19
Arroyo . .San Lorenzo O
Arroyo . .Castro Valley 7
Arroyo . . .Hayward l9
Football proves to be the favorite outdoor com-
petitive sport of the American people. Strength,
speed, skill, and good timing make up the core
of the game on the field. Fast thinking teams
decide in a split second the necessary play needed
to score a first down or touchdown.
A perfect example of fast thinking teamwork
was the game against Hayward. ln the last eight
seconds of the game, Hayward made a touch-
down but our skillful defensive blocking prevented
them from making their conversion, resulting in a
close victory, of 20-19, in our favor.
Football is a rough and tumble game and
casualities do occur. ln Tennyson game at the
beginning of the year, two of our most promising
players were iniured. Archie Hinaiosa acquired a
dislocated elbow and was unable to play until
the last two games of the season. Jerry Gaylord
received a bruised ligament in his hip and didn't
participate in the next two games.
This outdoor sport instills in the man of tomor-
row qualities which he will need throughout his
life. He learns sportsmanship, fair-play co-opera-
tion, and mutual respect for his fellow players.
In this season we tied 7-7 with our long time
rival Castro Valley and won games through the
use of skill and team work. In our game with San
Lorenzo we scored 24-0 in our favor, yet winning
wasn't the only important factor to our team and
school. lt was how well we played the game and
how well we accepted our defeats in a sportsman
The boys this year have represented our school
admirably and should be commended for it.
Tackle 206 lbs.
Guard 195 lbs.
Quarterback 170 lb
2nd Team Defense 2nd Team Offense
Guard 170 lbs.
Halfback 173 lbs.
Fullback 185 lbs.
2nd Team Defense 2nd Team Offense Honorable Mention
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End 176 lbs.
Halfhack 160 lbs.
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Linebacker 158 lbs.
Tackle 175 lbs.
Fullback 170 lbs.
Tackle 174 lbs.
Tackle 177 lbs,
Halfback 147 lbs
Halfback 146 lbs
End 162 lbs.
Cenler 180 lbs.
Fullbuck 160 lbs.
End 157 lbs.
Guard l53 lbs.
End 160 lbs.
Center 'I79 lbs. 'fn .
Jim Locknra fl
Hclfback l67 lbs. in :N X
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Denny Baron and Jim Lockcrd fighl lo keep lhe Sparlons from making a firsl down.
VARSITY FOOTBALL . . .
Jim Lockard is tackled by Caslro Valley opponents as Denny Baron 1321 and Gary Schellenberg 1621
race to his rescue.
Rusty Anderson IIHJ sprints io Jim Perry's Arroyo's line Oockles Hayward's ball carrier and li!
aid as Hayward players Iackle him. erally knocks him flying.
Larry Trumbo 1731, Jim Lockard 1401, and Denny Baron 1321 tackling Caslra ValIey's bull carrier.
Rusiy Anderson 1311 tackles Tennyson's ball carrier as Gary Schellen-
berg 1621, Bill Blazek 1301 and Dave Dzubar 1601 come to his aid.
. . . BUILDER OF
Archie Hinoiosa carrying lhe ball only seconds
before receiving a badly dislocated elbow.
. . PLACES THIR
Row l, left to right: P. Tavares, J. Matson, F. Angelo, R. Bryant, T. Norman, W. Arnold, G. Carlson, C. Jones Row 3
Knowland, L. Wescolt, G. Fulton, A. Thomas, B. Perry, L. L. Pagni, R. Murphy, M. Wyne, C. Oliver, B. Ronad
Pappas, J. Bell, M. Valenzuela, R. Sargent, Row 2: J. Evans, Jordan, A. Honda, B. Katen, S. Cervone.
R. Latham, R. Lange, B. Mardar, J. Wales, V. Carrera, J.
Coach Golenar Coach Thornock
Terry Norman Jim Bryant
Captain Most Valuable
l963 found the Junior Varsity Football
team with a record of 4-3 a large im-
provement over their Frosh-Soph. total of
l-5. A hard fighting team, they won 70
points and allowed their opponents only
46 points. lt was with this determination
that the J.V. team won third place in their
division of the H.A.A.L.
Arroyo . . . . . .Mt. Eden 2
Arroyo . . . .Tennyson l3
Arroyo . . . . . .Foothill O
Arroyo 19. . . . .Sunset O
Arroyo . . . .San Lorenzo 6
Arroyo 6. . . . .Castro Valley 13
Arroyo l9. . . . .Hayward 'l2
A referee Dukes u look of
'he adion during o Junior
Hard-hiiiing aclion during u Junior Vorsily game on Bourne Memorial Field.
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during the San Lorenzo game.
Arroyo moves in to tackle the ball carrier, 40, while the San lorenzo players rush to help him.
Mark Valenzuela, 62, rushes in to help the Arroyo hall carrier being tackled by u San Lorenzo
and Harold Spear was chosen most valu-
Row 1: B. Currier, J. Davis, C. Acuft, C, Marsh, L. Sees, L. Bobo, Metzler, M. Rowe, M. Curlett. Row 3: Coach Borbier, P. Barry
B. Stone, T. Smith, M. Ferriera, J. August, W. Weyant, K. P. Collins, M. Garello, C. Sefier, H. Spear, M. Reece, M
liborio, P. Croyle. Row 2: J. Cirini, B. Voltz, S. Scott, S. Agliono, Nielen, J. Bowers, G. Know, R. Burruss, M. Carlson, T. Dunn
P. Brown, D. Bishop, F. Freitas, B. linda, E. Martinez, K. J. Stevens, Coach Orognen.
5 J 1 5' A season record of 3 wins and 4 losses
2. 'V Q, i' .Q was acquired by the Frosh-Soph Football
team which was coached by Coach Bar-
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Harold Spear 263
Ernie Martiniz shared the honor of captain,
Tom Dunn was elected most improved,
Arroyo . . . Mt. Eden
Arroyo ,. Tennyson
Arroyo .... Foothill
Arroyo ..... Sunset
Arroyo San Lorenzo
Arroyo Castro Valley
Arroyo . . . Hayward
VARSITY CROSS COU TRY
Front, left to right: J. Churchill, R. Boulton, T. Hawkins, B. Hume, J. Bronco, J
Sovoltone. Row 2: J. Allison, M. Lisowski, P. Kloss, B. Priddis, J. Cochran. Back
M. Siligo, B. Von Meter, F. Hinoioso.
With a very limited amount of spectators turning out to watch
the members of a team running their hearts out to obtain victory
for their school, cross country is o sport of very little glory but
much personal satisfaction.
Arroyo's Varsity Cross Country team did a very good iob repre-
senting the school this year, a iob of which we can be proud. They
placed second in the H.A.A.l.., and lost only two of their league
meets. Two boys, John Churchill and Jim Savattone, were chosen
as all-league selections.
All League Bruce Hume
Jim Savattone Most Improved
Bob Priddis Jim Cochran Jim Bronco
Bill Van Meier Tony Hawkins
Paul Kluss Mike Lisowski Rob Boulion
.V. CROSS COU TRY
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Row 'I: B. Van Meier, F. Hinoioso, R. Whaley. Row 2: R. Yoder, R.
Siraiford, G. Glocksen.
Row I: G. Hernandez, M. Anderson, J. Allison, B. Benz, M. Siligo, C. Schuermon, B
Moriimer. Row 2: B. Riva, R. Garcia, G, French, S. Reeves, J. Hosino, R. Gregory, L
Gundell, R. Beale, A. Halverson. Row 3: B. Glocksen, R. Suggs, P. Susaeff, R. Hughey
J. Griffen, T. McGinnis, C. Addison, M. Sonnenfeli.
John Churchill cnd Jim Savallone lead lhe pack during 'he Hayward cross counlry meel.
John Churchill and Jim Savallone run hard on the heels of lhe leader at
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-A TEAM WIT
Left to right: D. Bastin, G. DeVore, G. Ballard, J. Gaylord, R. Dailey, J. Stevenson, D Schubert D
Peterson, R. Anderson, S. Desimone, J. Accarda. Center Front: Coach McCaslin.
53 .... . . . Livermore
49 .... ...... E ncinal
51 .......... Mt. Diablo
43 ...... Bishop O'Dowd
33 .... . . Washington
52 .... ...... S unset
51 .... . . . Tennyson
68 .... . . . Mt. Eden
39 .... .. St. Joseph
54 .... . . Newark
43 .... . . Mt. Eden
41 .... . Hayward
. . . . . Sunset
. . Tennyson
. . . . Alumni
. . Mt. Eden
. . Hayward
. . . . Sunset
. . Tennyson
Jerry Gaylord Gary Ballard Rob Dailey
Captain Most Valuable Most Improved
DRIVE AND DETERMINATION
BUNNY Sflwberl Rusty Anderson Dennis Peterson
Steve Desimone Jerry Stevenson Greg DeVore
Arroyo's Varsity Basketball team started and ended
both the season and the Hayward Tournament with wins.
The elusive lady luck, however, was not quite so benign
the rest of the time with the team compiling a 2-10 record
for the league play and a 5-20 record for the season.
High spot of the league play was the exciting, 68-65,
victory over Castro Valley, when they were the second
place team in the league. High scorer and most valuable,
Gary Ballard, scored a total of 226 points, an average of
11.6 points per game. Greg DeVore had the leading free
throw percentage. The team was lead by Coach McCasIin
and captain Jerry Gaylord.
Jerry Gaylord leaps through the oir in an attempt to stop c
Rob Dailey ond Jerry Stevenson try to pre-
vent the Monarchs from scoring.
A GAME OF SKIL
Rusty Anderson is blocked by o Tennyson opponent while
trying to moke o basket.
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left to right: B. Koten, J. Glenn, l. Pogni, C. Helpurn, W. Johnson, B. Rolslon, M. Lisowski, G
Carlson, T. Hudson, M. Whitley. Front center: Cooch Golenor.
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Captain Most Valuable Most Improved
. . St. Joseph
. . . . Foothill
. . . Ml. Eden
. . Hoyword
, . . . . Sunset
. , Tennyson
. . St. Joseph
. . . Mt. Eden
. . Hoyword
. . . . . Sunset
. . Tennyson
Arroyo's Junior Varsity Basketball team
ended the season in a tie for fourth place
in the H.A.A.l. Under the direction of
Coach Golenor, the team finished with a
5-9 record in league play.
A close 48-40 defeat to the last place
Tennyson team marked the close of the
season, but the team amply defeated the
two top-rated teams, Sunset 60-43 and
San Lorenzo 57-42.
Jerry Glenn was voted team captain,
Bruce Ralston, most valuable player, and
Mike Lisowski, most improved player.
Tom Hudson 315 and Bruce Ralston -324 try for a rebound
at the Sunset Junior Varsity basketball game.
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two points during a game with Sunset.
Paul Tavares attempts to take the ball away from
a Tennyson opponent.
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SKILL AND CHARACTER
Front row: M. Rowe, B. linda, T. Elliot, M. Ferriera, T. Teigen, D. Green. Back row: Coach
Brain, D. Allec, E. Kandler, R. Butler, D. Scott, T. Gerton, T. Dunn, J, Clapper.
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Rhett Butler Bob linda Tom Elliott
Captain Mast Valuable Most improved
Arroyo ..... Pacific 27 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . . . . Washington 33 Arroyo
Arroyo . . St. Joseph 26 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . Newark 45 Arroyo
Arroyo Mt. Eden 44 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . ..... Hayward 49 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . . . . Castro Valley 49 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . ........ Sunset 43 Arroyo
Arroyo . . . . . . San Lorenzo 47 Arroyo
Under the guidance of Coach Brain,
the "B" basketball team was able to
achieve a third place tie with Foothill in
the H.A.A.L. Only Hayward and Castro
Valley finished above the team. The over-
all record was 12 wins and 6 loses with
a 9 and 5 seasonal record. Rhett Butler
was chosen by the team as their captain
while Bob Linda and Tom Elliott received
the honors of being voted most valuable
and most improved, respectively.
50. . . . . Tennyson 33
49. . . .. Foothill 32
66. . . .... Mt. Eden 46
53. . . ..... Hayward 66
44. . . . . . Castro Valley 64
41... ....... Foothill 51
55. . . ....... Sunset 46
55. . . . .. San Lorenzo 33
64. . . . Tennyson 41
FOR THE ACQUIREMENT OF SKILL
FYOM Row: J- RUSSell, K- BOUDI1. B- MUUOI, M- Holland, Row 2: D. Peterson, J. Accardo, B. Love, J. Souza, T.
B. Muro, B. Colletti. Kucqlg,
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Organized for the shorter boys and played in
the fall of the year is "C" and "D" basketball.
These teams are composed of those boys who feel
their height is not sufficient for them to play on the
Varsity or Junior Varsity. Under the auspices of
Coach McCaslin the "D" basketball ended the year
Ken Boltr Joe Russel
Most Valuaul Most Improved
with a co-championship. Losing only their first game
to Mount Eden, the team went on to a 6-1 record.
The "C" team was able to compile a season of
2 wins and 5 losses, giving them a seventh in the
'Dv BASKETBALL-CO-CHAMPIONS OF H.A.A L
Ffonf Row: T- P9UlfClSl1. T- GUN1, R- RCllSl0n, J- KUM9, Back Row: Coach McCaslin, D. Silva, D. Vaughn, A.
J. Smith, M. Ross, J. Bunin, J. Clapper, M, White- Jorgenson, T. Elliot, V. Castellano, J. Gideion, D.
lleud. M. Foster. Allec, T. Woodfield, D. Eckstein.
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Dove Allec Victor Castellano
Captain Most Improved
.. Mt. Eden 21
. . . . . Tennyson 26
San Lorenzo 37
Castro Valley 23
. . . . . Hayward 30
. . . Sunset 42
.. Foothill 40
Arroyo 13 ..
Arroyo 25 ,.
Arroyo 23 ..
Arroyo 29 ..
Arroyo 23 . .
Arroyo 26 ..
Arroyo 2l ..
. . Mt. Eden
WRESTLING-AN OLYMPIAN SPORT
Row I: R. Wilson, R. Truiillo, J. Fern, F. Montoya, B. Videll. Row 2: G. Hernandez,
C. Mann, M. Navarro, M. Looney, J. Lillie. Row 3: J. Davis, T. Roll, K. Strom, F.
Manifest, J. Perry. Row 4: Coach Barbier, L. McDonald, D. Dzubar, L. Trumbo,
.. . . . , . Clayton Valley
. . . . .. Castro Valley
. . . ....... Sunset
. .. .. San Lorenzo
. . . . . Tennyson
... . . . Foothill
Leading the Varsity Wrestling team to a
thirteenth place finish in the state were captains
Manuel Navarro and Ray Truiillo and Coach
Barbier. Both co-captains and Jeff Fern were first
place winners at the H.A.A.L. Tournament, Ray
Truiillo also duplicated his feat of acquiring the
state championship. The team compiled a 4-5 re-
cord 'for the season, handsomely defeating Clay-
ton Valley 29-'I6 and winning a well 'fought match
from Castro Valley by one point.
Coach Barbier Ray Truiillo MCHIUBI NCVUYYO
ARROYCTS VARSITY MATMEN
John Davis Frank Manifesto Bob Videll
George Hernandez throws his opponent at the H.A.A.l. Tournament.
J.V. WRESTLING-A PREPARATORY TEAM
Front row: G. Ingles, L. Steger, J. Beale, B. Tella, E. Torres. Row 2: S. Matthews, J. Carothers, B.
Mardar, R. McGregor, R. Lumly. Row 3: M. Kral, L. Westcott, P. Dickson.
Training boys for the Varsity Wrestling team is the
goal of the J.V. Wrestling team. The team does not vote
for a captain, most valuable, or most improved. Their
wins and loses are not important, except as an indication
of ability, since no league standings are calculated.
Coach Barbier was in charge of the team, which
ended up with a 3 win-7 lose record, They defeated
Marimonte with an impressive 41-6 score. The Mt. Eden
team fell to Arroyo's matmen by 12 points and the 'final
match, against Foothill, also ended in Arroyo's favor.
25. .. . .. Fremont 27
41 . . . .... Marimonte 6
15... .. Clayton Valley 30
32. . . .... Mt. Eden 20
26. . . ..... Hayward 28
14. . . . . . Castro Valley 34
18. . . ........ Sunset 25
18... . .. San Lorenzo 27
22... . .. Tennyson 32
23. . . . .. Foothill 20
VARSITY DIAMO DME
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Top row: G. Shipee, T. Hudson, R. Sargent, D. Schubert, D. Abrams, D. Silva, R. Kirkland, A. Hinoiosa, B. Corral. Bottom
Baron, B. Blazek. Row 2: G. Butler, J. Perry, M. Foster, J. row: D. Eveleth, J. Truiillo, G. Lima, J. Wales, Coach Thornock
Gaylord, C. Jones, R. Christenson, G. Manslrum, J. Gideon, H.
While being deprived of first place in the H.A.A.L.
- they finished second - the Varsity Baseball team did
gain the league batting championship, out batting their
closest competitor by forty percentage points. The team
also had two other league champions. Burt Corral had the
top batting average and Jerry Gaylord had the best pitching
record. Doug Eveleth was chosen captain with Dave Silva
being picked as most improved and Jerry Gaylord as most
valuable. As in the past years, the team was coached by
PT RE SECOND PLACE
San Jose State lFl 2
Univ. of Cal lJVl 4
Bishop O'Dowd 12
Mt. Eden 2
Castro Valley 2
2nd Team All League
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Gary Butler us he hiis a home run ui the Sunset game.
Denny Baron us he rounds 'he base on his way home
. . BASEB
Coach: Joe Golenor
Captain: Steve Desimone
Most Valuable: Jerry Stevenson
Most Improved: Bard Madsen
An 8 win-6 lose record placed the Junior
Varsity Baseball team in the H.A.A.L., one game
behind the first place Sunset. Steve Desimone was
valuable, and Bard Madsen was awarded the most
captain, Jerry Stevenson was picked most
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INISHES SECO D
Paul Tavares pitches u strike right over the
Arroyo man scores o run os his teammate happily watches
Arroyo man attempts to get his Sunset opponent out.
A single for lhis Don gives the team hopes of geiling another run.
This Don hil a double, bul made il lo a third base on an error.
This Dun slows down and holds ol third
THE FRESHMA BASEB LL TEAM
Top row: Coach McCaslin, B. Linda, D. Bogue, J. Stevens, D. Bottom row: M. Ferreria, J. August, T. Tigon, T. Elliot, M.
Scott, D. Collins, T. Dunn, R. Hughey, J. Messleback, J. Hoffar. Rowe, J. Sewell, D. Silva, J. Englebritson.
Bob Linda was captain while Chris Ward was
the most improved and Jim Sewell was the most
valuable player of the Freshman Baseball team.
Under the guidance of Coach McCaslin, the team
won 11 games, 9 of which were in league play,
and lost 5.
Captain: Bob Linda
Most Valuable: Chris Ward
Most Improved: Jim Sewell
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Arroyo 8 ....... .......,.... H aywqrd Arroyo Castro Valley
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Arroyo 7 ....... .,... S an Lorenzo Arroyo .... Tennyson
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For the first time in Arroyo's history, one of the school's track and field men
has been eligible for the State Finals. The sole representative of Arroyo in the State
competition, Jim Lockard, placed first in the North Coast Finals. Steve Cuneo was
the only other Arroyo man at the North Coast event.
The team placed first in the H.A.A.L. and the relay team was the league relay
champion for the fifth time in the past seven years. One of the motivating forces
behind the team's success was the close relationship the boys had formed between
themselves and their coach, Coach Orognen.
Steve Cuneo was chosen as most improved, Jim Lockard as most valuable and
track captain, and Dave Dzubar as field captain.
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Arroyo's hurdlers placed very well ai H.A.A.l..
Bruce Hume had u large lead in this H.A.A.L. event.
eo ohempis fo clear the 12 foot mark.
NY VICTORIES WERE ACQUIRED
Rick Wodswcrlh clears the bar with plenly of room left over.
Dave Dzubur, H.A.A.L. shotput champion is trying for a
place of the A.C.A.L.-H.A.A.l. meel.
Jim Lockard of Arroyo is in second place in lhis high hurdle event.
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Row 3: J. Allison, 5. Garner, G. Mandala, G. Jordan, K.
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5: S. Spear, S. Acheson, C. Reeves, J. Hicks, P. Croyle.
Arroyo's "B" high hurdlers also took a firsi place H.A.A.L.
Top row: Coach Oden, Larry Steger, B. Kowalewski, D. Peterson, Turnbull, R. Lusaretta, 1. Sylvia, S. Kowalewski, S. Fanger
J. Sheline, B. Hatteroth, C. Brotherton, J. Lopez, G. Bobo, B. B. Jablonski, T. Stromp, C. Oliver.
Rice. Bottom row: M. Taylor, J. Hall, S. Weeks, R. Smith, F.
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Eight out of twelve varsity swim records fell
before this year's team. ln league competition the
team did very well against schools who had access
to a pool all year, they did not fair as well. Steve
Fanger, a iunior, was chosen most valuable with
seniors Dennis Peterson and John Sylvis chosen
most improved and captain, respectively.
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R. Beale, B. Martin, D, Bishop, J. Carey, M. Dordahl, L. K. Moore, B. Riva, H. Johnson, D. Dunton, and D. Edwards.
Boone and J. Foss. Top row: B. Benz, E. Jacobsen, D. Eckstein,
Captain: Bruce Colletti
Most Valuable: Bob Bordeaux
Most Improved: Jim Carey
A fourth place finish in the H.A.A.L. was
achieved by the "B" Swimming team. Trained by
Coach Oden, the team broke 4 of its ll records.
Bob Bordeaux was chosen most valuable, Jim
Carey, most improved, and Bruce Colletti, captain.
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Mr. Collins' first year of coaching resulted in his
Varsity Tennis team achieving second place in the
H.A.A.L. The nine man team, seven of whom were
seniors, acquired a 7 win-5 loss record for season
play. Dennis Argyres was chosen captain, Jim Byrd
was most improved, and the most valuable honor
went to Doug Crawford for singles play and Ron
Hill and Ron Mailho for doubles play.
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Left to right: Coach Collins, R. Mailho, J. Byrd, D. Argyres, B. Hunt, D. Crawford, P. Steele, P.Dixon, B. Britton, V. Liotta, D. Aiello
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This 1964 Arroyan stands in memory of Linda
Walters, John Stephan, Michael Dunn, and Michael
Nichols. They will remain forever in the hearts and
minds of those who knew them.
kai, Mike 133
Abrams, Howard 98, 180
Abrams, Karen 180
Abshier, Connie 180
Abshier, Larry 133
Accardo, Jerry 98, 180, 268, 276
Accardo, Phil 115
Accardo, Robert 154
Accosta, Jenelle 180
Acheson,James 95, 180
Acheson, Roberta 132
Acheson, Steve 115
Acuff, Cliff 55, 87, 88, 114, 263
Adams, Don 114
Angelo, Frank 133, 260
Anselmo, Karen 155,128
Anthony, Carol 154
Antons, Mr. Alf 15
Apodoca, Linda 154
Appiano, Diana 154
Archer, Peggy 115
Argento, Sue 115,125
Argyers, Dennis 99, 154
Arimborgo, Barbara 133
Arimborgo, Genevieve 181
Armstrong, Suzanne 133
Arnett, Linda 181
Arnold, Denise 115
Arnold, Eddie 115
Arnold, Kathleen 154
Paul 88 154
Adams, Mr. Eldred 15
Adams, Mr. Harry Jr. 15, 28
Addison, Chris 266
Agliano, Sal 114, 263
Agraviador, Mr. John 25
Agraz, John 68,103,180
Arnold, Tari 115
Arnold, Wesley 133, 260
Asp, larry 154
Athos, Mr. Nickolas 16, 185
Atkinson, Dennis 35, 133,146
Aguirre, Raymond 52, 53, 97, 180
Aiello,Dennis 98, 180
Akins, Mr. Carl 25
Alameida, Marcia 61, 74, 86, 154
Alaniz, Linda 86,115,129
Alaniz, Robert 89, 154
Allec, Dave 133, 275, 277
Allen, Cassandra 133
Allen, David 86,133
Allen, Diane 180
Allen, James 115
Allen, Mark 133
Allison, Jim 98, 264, 266
Allison, Vickie 110, 111, 180
Allred, Patricia Jane 180
Allred, Shirley 154
Almeda, Carolyn 167
Alvord, Mr. Myron 15
Alworth, Linda 115
Amadio, Renee 133
Amato, Mike 133
Ames, Mr. Max B. 15
American Field Service
Amundsen, Susan 89,154
Anderson, Carol Jean 180, 206
Anderson, Carol 29, 133
Anderson, Donna Jean 180
Anderson, Doug 115
Anderson, Frances 133
Anderson, Mr. George 15, 22, 95
Anderson, Joan 179, 180
Anderson, Lyle 115
Anderson, Mike 133, 266
Anderson, Pat 133
Anderson, Robert 154
Anderson, Ron 133
Anderson, Rusty 99, 180, 254,
255, 258, 259, 268, 269, 270
Atkinson, Ed 133
Atkinson, Robert 87, 88,181
Auer, Barbara 181
August, Joe 115, 263
Autrey, Carole 181
Bachmann, Karen 154
Badgett, Linda 133
Bailey, Dave 115
Bailey, Tom 154
Baird, Mary 154
Baker, Diane 133
Baker, Lee 154
Baker, Linda Fran 65, 66, 68, 72
Baker, Steve 88, 115
Baker, Terri 115
Baker, Val 133
Baldwin, Terry 86, 115
Bale, Klete 154
Ballard, Gary 99,178,181, 268,
Ballau, Lynn 181
Banghart, Steve 86
Baptist, Ricky 87, 89, 90, 133
Barber, Denette 133
Barbier,Mr. Richard 16, 263,
Barclay, Sherl 115
Bardon, Daniel 52, 53, 57, 84,
95, 97, 181, 225
Barker, Dave 106, 115
Barker, Donna 107, 154
Barker, Kent 154
Barkery, Pat 115
Barlow, Heather 181
Barlow, James 95, 181
Barnes, Fred 154
Baron, Dennis 43, 49, 98, 182,
254, 255, 258, 259
Baron, Doug 154
Barrera, Grace 115
Barry, Pat 115, 263
Barstad, Kris 88, 154
Barton, Mrs. Anita 16, 185
Bassinger, Kathy 154
Bastian, Miss Lois 16, 185
Bastin, Dick 99, 154, 268, 269
Batz, Mr. Irving 14
Bauch, Mr. Edward C. 25
Bauer, Jerry 133
Baumback, Sue 86, 133,146
Bazo, Elvira 86, 115
Beale, John 182, 281
Beale, Rich 115, 266
Beardsley, Mike 115
Beggs, Betty 182
Belcher, Peggy 133
Bell, James 133, 260
sen, Milew 115
BeIl,Tam 31, 84,182
Bellew, Denise 154
Bellinger, Penny 154
Bellinghausen, Gary 182
Beltran, Antoinette 115
Blumenthal, lynn 86,133
Bly, Ed 1 15
Bobo, George 98, 155, 254, 255,
Bobo, louis 115, 263
Bodine, Darol 86,133
Boell, Richard 38, 95, 182
Bogue, Dan 115
Bogue, William 182
Bohrer, Gay 182
Bolton, Ken 183, 276
Bond, Linda 155
Bonetti, John 115
Bonwell, Mrs. Marian
Boone, Larry 115
Booth, David 83, 84, 87, 88,183
Bordeaux, Bob 86, 133
Borehardt, Bob 133
Borges, John 98, 183
Bossi, Steve 134
Botash, Aita 134
Botash, George 183
Bottarini, Shuran 84, 88,183
Boulton, Robert 183, 264, 265
Bowers, Jerry 263
Bowers, Mel 134
Bowser, Thomas 183
Boynton, Mr. James 16
Bozeman, Bob 43, 99, 183, 254
, Margaret 133
Mrs. Ramona 16
Andrade, Paul 154
Angelo, Art 86, 133
Barker, Stephanie 181
Barker, Susan 154
Benz, Cheryl 83, 84,182, 223
Berg, Ray 1 15
Bergman, Mr, Roosevelt
Berman, Mrs. Elaine 16,129
Bertilson, Mr. Servert 25
Besson, Nancy 67, 72, 154
Bice, Garden T. 182
Bice, Richard 154
Biehn, Lynda 151,155
Biehn, Mike 133
Billings, Gail 133
Bingaman, Ron 115
Bishop, Doug 263
Bishop, Jack 115
Bissell, Miss Victoria
Bivens, Renee 133
stair, Bill 133
Blazek, Bill 99,155, 254, 255,
Blinn, Dick 155
Bliss, Kathy 151, 155
16, 28, 36
Braaten, Rod 183
Bradford, Jack 98, 155, 254
Bradford, Kathleen 134
Bronco, Jim 183, 264, 265
Branaugh, Sam 115
Bravo, Virginia Ann 183
Bremner, Lynn 115
Brennan, Kathi 84, 183
Brennan, Sherry 155
Brian, Mr. Bates 16, 48, 275
Bridges, Bonnie 115
Bridges, John 183
Bridges, Mary 86, 115, 129
Bridges, Shari 134
Briggs, Bob 115
Brill, Dennis 95,155
Brittman, David-Stephan 183
Brix, Melanie 72,151,155
Brockway, Donna 86, 115
Brokaw, Christine 86, 134
Bronstein, Ron 134
Brooks, Clark 155
Brotherton, Craig 99, 167
Brown, Diana 179,183
Brown, Ed 155
Brown, Elena 39, 45, 58,
Brown, Harry Harper 84, 98
Brown, Joanne 134
Brown, Kathee 39, 57, 183
Brown, Marilyn 86,134,137,
Brown, Pat 116
Brown, Phil 134, 263
Brown, Philip 116
Brown, Robert 116
Bruce, Bob 98, 183
Bruening, Pam 31,155
Brugger, Penny Kaye 105, 108,
Bryant, Bob 134
Bryant, Jim 155, 260
Buchholz, Linda 104,110, 184
Buchholz, Sue 155
Buchmiller, Marlene 86, 134
Buchmiller, Steve 116
Buckert, Janet 134
Bunin, Jerald 116, 277
Bunio, Tom 155
Burbank, Dan 134
Burbank, Sue 134
Burchard, Ed 116
Burchfield, Deborah 134
Burlingame, Carol 134
Burnett, Donald 184, 254
Burnham, Jim 184
Burris, Phil 184
Burrus, Rich 116, 263
Busse, Janice Marie 184
Butler, Bonnie 184
Butler, Gary 38, 98,184
Butler, Jim 99, 184
Butler, Rhett 116, 275
Butler, Susan 116
Byars, Tom 116
Byrd, Jim 155
Cabral, Mary 155
California Scholarship Federation
Callaway, Sue 134
Callenberg, Russ 134,146
Calvert, Virginia 155
Camaro, Jany 184
Cambell, Carolyn 107, 134
Campbell, Denise 155
Campbell, Janet 134
Campbell, Terri 116
Camper, Sue 155
Campion, Donald 95,155
Camufto, Carol 86, 116
Cardona, Mike 155
Cardona, Rita 184
Cardoza, Gene 99, 155, 254
Carey, Kathy 155
Carey, Mrs. Maxine 16, 28, 92
Carl, Mr. Ted 16, 94
Carlsen, Eugene 134
Carlsen, Ray 184
Carlson, Barbara 184
Carlson, Christine 134
Carlson, Garry 134, 260, 273
Carlson, Morris 263
Carmack, Karen 116
Carothers, Jim 155, 281
Carathers, Karon 72,155,168
Carpenter, Beverly 86, 134
Carpenter, Dale 134
Carpenter, Susan 134
Carrera, Vince 134, 260
Carrera, Art 184
Carriger, Larry 155
Carrillo, Christine 185
Carrillo, Glen 116
Carter, Garry 134
Carter, Karen 155
Carter, Nick 116
Caruso, Kathy 116
Casson, Mr. Frank 16, 35
Castaneda, Gonzalo 155
Castellano, Vic 116, 277
95, 106, 155
Castleman, Randy 106, 134
Castro, Tom 185
Caton, Margaret Ann 185
Caufield, Janet 185
Cova, Diana Lynn 44, 58, 60, 74,
75, 76, 77,179, 185, 206, 214,
Cava, Greg 134
Cazone, Dean 167
Cervone, Steve 134, 260
Chadbourne, Karen 134
Chadbourne, Mary 116
Chance, Donna 156
Chappele, Suzanne 116
Chartier, Kathy 156
Chavez, Ariel Maria 65, 72, 84,
110, 185, 222
Cheever, Norm 64, 66, 67, 68,
92, 108, 185
Chetham, Kathlyn 185
Chiaftala, Pat 74, 156
Chitwaod, Bob 156
Christensen, Paul 156
Christensen, Ron 156
Christian, Kenneth 84, 185
Christie, David 156
Christie, Linda 134
Chard, Caroline 134
Churchill, John 98, 185, 264, 267
Ciglar, Frank 156
Cirini, John 116, 263
Clabough, Linda 134
Clabough, Sally 116
Clapper, Jay 98, 116, 128, 275,
Clark, Candy 116
Clarke, Pat 74, 156
Clauson, Steve 167
Cline, Charlene 116
Close, Jett 29, 92, 134
Clough, James 156
Cobb, Laurie 134
Cochran, Grace 116
Cochran, James 185, 264, 265
a, Christine 116
Cody, Mr. Herbert L.
Coggins, Laura Louise 185
Colletti, Barry 134
Colletti, Bruce 135, 276
Collier, Pat 156
Collins, Kahleen 84, 186
Collins, Norman 116
Collins, Patricia Lucille 53, 74,
Collins, Mr. Robert 17
Collins, Stephen 156
Colloran, Richard 156
Colson, Cheryl 135
Colyer, Lela 116
Conahan, Connie 116
Conklin, Pot 116
Connelly, Pat 135
Conrad, Jim 135
Conroy, John 156
Cook, Sue 135
Mrs. Mary 28
Cooper, Bill 186
Cooper, Curtis 116
Cooper, Ronnie 135
Corcoran, Mike 116
Cornish, Mr. Buford 25
Corral, Burt Wayne 98, 186
Corrie, Rosemary 66, 74, 179,
Corron, Bill 156
Corso, Ron 186
Costa, James 116
Costanzo, Robert 186
Cox, Steve 156
Craig, Tom 116
Croney, Kathleen 135
Crawford, Douglas 99, 156
Crawford, Phil 156
Cretser, Kathy 156
Crevallo, Gary 34, 186
Crommelin, Stanley 167
Cross, Suanne 135
Crowell, Tom 186
Phil 116, 263
Cruff, Joan 186, 224
Crumpacker, Charlotte 156
Cuddihy, Mr. Carl T. 25
Jane 88, 135
Richard 87, 89, 156
Steve 89, 186
Harry 116, 263
Karen 107, 186
Currier, Bill 116, 263
Currier, Gary 186
Currington, Rick 99, 186
Curtis, Kathleen 116
Curtis, Lee 156
Cutright, Julie 116
Dailey, Bob 66, 67, 135, 254,
255, 268, 270
Dalke, Vicki 86, 116
Dallas, Charlene 51, 64, 186, 21
Damato, Dee 156
Damgen, Ed 116
Domonte, Jim 116
Darden, Charleen Ann 110,
Darden, Suzellen 66, 67, 135
Dorouze, Jeri Lynn 186
Davidson, Linda 156
Davies, Pat 156
Dovilla, Toni 187
Glen 88, 135
Davis, James 187
Davis, Jeff 116, 263
John 99, 187, 278, 280
Lynn 29, 135
Patricia Ann 104, 187
Rhonda 117, 126
Day, Jim 187
Deacon, Don 87, 89, 117
Dearing, Dilyn 52, 73, 187, 220
Dearing, Sherry 132, 135
Decena, Glenn 135
DeCruz, Bob 135
Delfley, Mrs. Helen 17, 103
Degler, Mr. Eugene 25
Dehne, Connie 135
Dell, Bob 117
Dell, Donna 107, 135
DeLong, Robert 156
DeLong, William 156
nzo, Mr. Frank 17, 28
DeMarco, Bobbe 117
DeMarco, John 156
DeMattei, Gary 156
Demens, Susan 117
Dennis, Barbara 135
Densmore, Christine 45, 58,
153, 156, 174
Densmore, Gale 156
Densmore, Kathie 117, 125
Dent, Dave 117
Dent, Jack 156
Depae, Jerry 156
DeRose, Steve 187
DeRosia, Darby Dawn 187
Desimone, Mike 187
Desimone, Pat 156
nesimonef sieve os, 135, zen,
Deutsch, Barbara 135
Deutsch, Lester 157
Deutsch, Marlene 117
Devaney, Tim 188
DeVoll, Don 157
DeVore, Greg 62, 188,
DeVore, Jim 157
Dias, Harold 135
Dias, Pal 117
Dickson, Greg 135
Diehl, Barbara 157
Dilallo, Mike 117
Dillashaw, Linda 135
Discher, Carl 188
DiSlanislao, Phyllis 74, iss
Dislefano, John 117
DiThomas, Bob 135
Dillmar, Devvy 28, 117
Dixon, Linda 86, 135
Dixon, Pal 157, 169
Dobrunick, Karen 157
Dolan, Sharon 188, 223
Dolan, Tom 135
Don Beal 107
Donnelly, Sue 157
Donohue, Joan 157
Dons' Club 63
Doran, Chris 81, 88,117
Dordahl, Marly 117
Dornsife, Sybil 39, 74
Dornsife, Terry 135
Dowell, Bob 117
Downer, Marsha 86, 135
Downing, Gloria 188
Doxsee, Carole 117
Doxsee, Kalhy 86, 135
Dreher, Mariha 135, 146
Drengacz, Nancy 117
Dubin, Shelia 117
Duley, Bob 55, 87, 88, 188
Dumas, Phil 135
Dunbar, Rich 135
Dunlop, Fred 135
Dunn, Bob 135
Dunn, Glenna 84
Dunn, Tom 117, 263, 275
Dunning, Robin 34, 157
Duplessis, Laura 117
Duicher, Nancy 72, 109
Dulra, Marlene 157
Dullon, Charles 117
Dykes, Ken 188
Dzubar, David 98, 157, 254, 255,
259, 278, 279
Dzubar, De Laree 117
Dzubar, Jan 157
Eades, Mark 157
Easiland, Lorenzo 117
Ealmon, Linda 135
Eberle, Linda 135
Eckerl, Bud 157, 168
Eckslein, Dave 117, 277
Eckslein, Judy 84, 188
Edingion, Slan 89, 117
Edwards, Barbara 117
Edwards, Don 135
Edwards, Janel Rulh 188
Edwards, Lynda 108, 188
Edwards, Marvin 157
Eggers, Jan 188
Eggers, Joan 135
Eggeli, Jerry 135
Elde, Calhy 117
Eldridge, Calhy 117, 125
Ellinger, Greg 157
Ellinger, Linda 117
Elliolf, George 188
Ellioll, Tom 117, 275
Emerson, Barbara 86
Emmons, Calhy 117
Enderlin, Sallie 135
Eng, Bodil 86, 135
Engel, Rich 135
England, Chris 117
England, Russell 157
Engle, Edward 188
Engle, Tim 117
Englebrelson, Sleve 117
Engles, Gene 157, 281
Enlrekin, Gary 135
Eppenberger, David 117
Erlmann, David 37, 157
Erlmann, Karen 39, 189
Erneslo, Marlene 135
Escarcega, Rulh 117
Eschen, Karen 189
Eschmann, Vikki 150, 157, 170
Eskridge, Jack 135
Eugina, Margie 189
Evans Charles 135
Evans Kaihy 157
Evans, John 135, 260
Evans, Mike 117
Evans, Pai 86, 157
Evans Sleve 189
Evans Tom 136
Evelelh, Doug 43, 49, 99,
Everill, Rory 157
Evins, Karol 74, 136
Faggari, Judilh Blair 189
Falcone, Joseph 189
Falk, Nancy 157
Fanger, Siephan 157
Fanning, Calhy 189, 223
Fanning, Suzanne 117
Fargo, Lorraine 189
Farish, Darion 157
Farwell, Leslie 47
151,153, 157, 174
Fassler, Ellen 136
Faulman, Mr. Ben 17
Febredo, Madalene 157
Febrero, Vicki 1 17
Ferguson, Dick 157
Ferguson, Sleve 136
Fern, Jeff 136, 278, 279
Fernandes, Janel 117, 129
Fernandez, Eva 117
. 67, 74,
Fernandez, Georgia 74, 151,
Ferreira, Dennis 189
Ferreira, Linda 136
Ferreira, Mike 117, 263, 275
Feiierman, Dorelhea 86
Fellerman, Laurie 136
Fiedler, Carol 136
Field, Lynda 157
Fierman, Pal 66
Finch, Mr. John 17
Fineman, Marlin 157
Fink, Barry 157, 170
Finney, Gerald 117
Fischer, Bruce 88, 136
Fischer, Carl 189
Fischer, Sharon 157
Fisher, Jan 136
Fisher, Tim 157
Fisk, Roberta 136
Fiske, Julie 136
Florence, Connie 136
Flores, Jerry 189
Follz, Bob 117
Fallz, Connie 157
Fonlan, Doug 157
Ford, Sidney 136
Forsyth, Rocky 157
Foss, John 86, 117
Fosler, Linda 50, 107, 189
Fosler, Mark 117, 277
Fosler, Mike 87, 189
Fosler, Nancy 158
Fousi, Roger 158
Fox, Gerald 189
Fox, Judi 136
Fox, Linda 50, 51, 89, 189, 21
Fraga, Carolyn 117
Franson, Diana 86,117
Franz, Doug 117
Fredrickson, Charles 117
Freeman, Joni 190
Freiias, Frank 117, 263
Freilas,Susan 179, 190
Friel, Mary Frances 67, 158
French Club 100
French, Gary 117, 266
Fry, Palricia 158
Frye, Richard 190
Fuenles, Deanne 190
Fulion, Gary 136, 260
Furiado, Linda 136
Fulure Business Leaders of
Fuiure Homemakers of America
Fulure Teachers of America 105
Gage, Helen 117
Gage, Marsha 167
Gahl, Darian 74, 171
Gainous, Dilbert 190
Gainous, Tonis 158
Gainous, Wilberl 190
Gaipa, Toby 158
Galecki, Mary 104, 190
Galecki, Shirley 117
Gallacher, Mike 117
Gallegos, Bob 87, 89, 158
Galli, Bill 117
Gamboa, Mike 95,158
Gamboa, Sharron 136
Gamez, Susie 190
Gappmayer, Mr. Louis 15, 17
Garcia, Greg 136
Garcia, Linda 158
Garcia, Linda May 158
Garcia, Rodrigo 117, 266
Gard, Pam 136
Gardner, Larry 190
Gardner, Ran 136
Garello, Mike 117, 263
Garner, Sieve 158
Garrison, Warren 158
Gassoway, llo 136
Gaslineau, Mr. Phillip 17, 254
Gales, Marilyn 110
Gaischel, Tim 190
Gaudelie, Paula 158
Gaudelie, Phillip 190
Gaylord, Gayla 136, 143,144
Gaylord, James 86
Gaylord, Jerry 87, 99, 190, 254,
255, 268, 269, 270, 271
Gayhard, Dianne 190
Geach, James 136
Geisinger, Linda 84, 158
Geisinger, Pal 117
Gengo, Sleven 117
Genovesio, Kalherine 117
Genovesio, Kalhleen 117
Gerace, Fred 158
Geraldo, Bob 158
Gerding, Vieda 136
German Club 100
Gernerl, Cheryl 117, 136
Gernerl, Chris 74, 128, 129
Gerlon, Ray 117, 275
Gellman, Calherine 101, 158
Ghiggeri, Diane 167
Ghigliazzo, Linda 74, 78, 79, 190
Giachino, Annelle 158
Gibb, Jimmy 158
Gibbs, Linda 117
Gideon, Jeff 89, 136, 277
Giese, Greg 136
Giese, Linda 117
Ginler, Joyce 160, 190
Giorsello, Mr. Michael 17
Girard, John 136
Girala, Bernie 158
Girls' League 72, 73
Girls' Recrealion Assacialion
Glazis, Gary 158
Glenn, Jerome 34, 98, 167, 254,
255, 272, 274
Glocksen, Evelyn Carole 190, 222
Glocksen,Gene 136, 266
Glocksan, Bob 118
Gloske, Carol 136
Gobel, Peggy 190
Golenor, Mr. Joe 17, 41, 260,
Gomez, Janet 159
Gomez, Janice 107, 159
Gomez, Paul 136
Gonsalez, Xavier 118
Gonsalves, Charlene 159
Gonsalves, Norma 108, 136
Goodwin, Bob 159
Gordon, Kathy 118
Gordon, Sheryl 159
Goringer, Steve 1 1 8
Gostrad, Maureen 136
Gouveia, Sharon 136
Grace, Lewis 136
Gram, Marilyn 159
Gramoglia, Mary Ann 191
Garnse, Fred 136
Grant, Randy 159
Granzaw, Jack 136
Grasher, Janet 159
Gray, Jack 191
Green, Terri 136
Greene, Dan 118, 275
Greene, Mary 159
Greenfield, Rhoda 159
Greenspan, Mr. Stan 17
Greer, Harry 106, 191
Greer, Peggy 118
Gregory, Ron 88
Gresham, Richard 191
Griego, Karen 159
Gritfen, James 84,191
Griffen, Jerry 118,129,159, 266
Griffin, Jill 191
Griffin, Pennie 118
Griffin, Suzanne 191, 206, 209
Grimmel, Gail 86,151
Grohs, Catherine 118
Gruggel, Ernest 191
Grundel, Janine 68, 72, 73,100,
Gudge, Arieen Antionette 74, 78,
Guether, Barbara 179, 191
Guidry, Herb 136
Guidry, Sandi 104,191
Gulbransen, Una 192
Gullett, Roxie 192
Gundell, James 191
Gundell, Louis 266
Gundlack, Lynn 136
Gunn,Tom 118, 277
Gustafson, Irene 192
Gustafson, Kevin 136
Guthrie, Gail 66, 67, 159
Gutierrez, Yvonne 60, 74, 78,
Guzman, Ann Louise 74,159
Guzman, Joe 118
Hagen, Nancy 118
Hagesbusch, John 137
Haglund, Kristal 118
Hale, Stephani 159
Hall, James 87, 88, 89, 99,159
Hall, Kit 118
Holliday, Diane 159
Hallmark, Janet 74, 86,118
Hallmark, Jim 137
Halpern, Charles 137, 272
Halpern, Loura 68, 94, 101,
Halversen, Alan 266
Halversen, Kathy 34, 66, 109,
159, 168, 169
Halvorson, Leo 118
Hamm, Gloria 137
Hammer, Jerry 159
Hammer, Martha 67, 118
Hammond, Sharon 159
Haney, Bob 118
Haney, Patricia Ann 192
Hankins, Valerie 137
Honnatord, Paul 192
Hansen, Hal 192
Hansen, Miss Thelma 17
Hanson, Connie 86,137,144
Hanson,GIenyce 101, 159, 172
Hanson, Mr. Norman 17, 210
Hardy, Bruce 192
Hardy, Carolyn 118
Hardy, Jerry 84, 99, 159, 254
Harenda, Martin 137
Harms, Tanya 159
Harris, Ed 89,118
Harris, Gracie 118
Harris, Joyce 167
Harris, Ken 137
Harris, Linda 193
Harris, Ray 193
Harrison, Cynthia 110, 179, 193
Harrison, Kathy 118
Hart, Pam 86,118
Hart, Sherry 67, 118
Hart, Tim 88,159
Hart, Mr. Tom 18, 32, 83,11O,
Hartley, Fred 66, 67, 193
Hartley, Rich 118
Hartzie, Sandra 105, 193
Harvey, Elaine 101,137
Harvey, Linda 155, 159
Harvey, Nancy 34, 159
Harwin, Sharon 137
Haskell, Karin 74,159,171
Hatterolh, Bill 137
Hatton, Barbara 39, 193
Haubner, Fred 159
Haughn, Gwendolyn Sue 193
Hawkins, Anthony 98,193, 264,
Haworth, Shirley 187, 193
Hayne, Chris 193
Haynes, Richard 159
Hazlitt, Nancy 39, 179, 193
Healers and Helpers Club 103
Heath, Charlotte 74, 159
Heath, Dole 118,128
Heckman, Garry 137
Kedrick, Linda 159
Heezel, Elaine 94,100, 151, 153,
Heezel, Marilyn 56, 179, 193
Heifner, Susan Mae 179,193
Heilman, Donna Ronnette 193
Heilman, Jeanne 118
Hein, Cherl 74, 137
Hein, Ken 118
Heinbuch, Cynthia Jane 193, 194,
Helland, Sandy 193
Helms, Claudio 159
Henderson, Don 137
Hendricks, Judy 74,151,159
Henry, Chester 137
Henry, Patrick 193
Henry, Paula 159
Hensel, Henry 193
Hensel, Natalie 159
Hensley, Mike 118
Hernandez, George 137, 266,
Herndon, Joyleen 86, 167
Hernon, Linda 137
Herrera, Gloria 118
Heslin, William 179, 193
Hess, Gary 159
Hewitt, Glen 194
Hicks, Jim 118
Hicks,Judith Lorrain 72,108,194
Higbee, Dennis 159
Higgins, Sue 194
Hildebrand, Christine 159
Hill, Cynthia 110, 159
Hill, Jim 194
Hill, Mr. Nugon 25
Hillman, Carol 118
Hillman, Dale 194
Hills, Aleta 137
Hills, Rusty 137, 167
Hillyer, Harriet 194
Hilton, Paul 194
Hinaiosa, Frank 98, 195, 264, 266
Hinaiosa, Richard 254, 259
Hinds, Christine 118
Hinds, Kathleen 137
Hineline, Kathleen 137
Hinkley, Mrs. Della 23
Hiscock, Gail 159
Hoetfer, Judy 86, 195
Hoeffer, Ron 195
Hoeffer, Sharon 118
Holt, Carol 195
Hotfar, Joe 159
Holland, Carol 195
Holland, Mike 137, 276
Holler, John 195
Holmes, Carol 137
Holmes, Ken 159
Holmes, Mike 160
Holmes, Steven 118
Holthusen, Karolyn 137
Homer, Jean 195
Honda, Al 84, 160, 260
Hooper, Mrs. Laura 18, 185
Hoos, Lynn 74,160,171
Hoots, Dave 137
Hoover, Madelyne 66, 74, 160,
Hopping, Karen 118
Hormell, Jeanne 160
Horn, Dorothy 107, 160
Horner, Kerry 88, 160
Hosier, Linda 118
Hosino, John 118
Hough, Joyce 195
Howard Carole 160
Howard Clarence 118
Howard Kathryn 137
Howard, Nancy 160
Howard Shirley 160
Howe, Patricia 155, 160, 174
Howell, Douglas 195
Hawry, John 118
Huord, Cheryl 118
Hubert, Mr. George 18
Hubins, Gary 160
Hudson, Tom 160, 272, 273, 274
Huges, Gary 160
Hughes, Diana Rhea 52, 195
Hughes, Donna Jean 195
Hughey, Randy 118, 266
Hull, Karen 86,137
Hume, Bruce 41,195, 264
Hummel, Jandyne 34,103,137
Hummel, Jeff 118
Humphrey, Malkalm 84,195
Hunsucher, Harma 137
Hunt, Charles 119
Hunt, Rex 137
Hunt, Ricky 137
Hunt, Robert 195
Hunter, Mr. Quentin 18
Hushour, Michael 160
Hytopoulos, Eleni 82, 83, 84,
Ingebrigtsen, Linnea 86, 119
Irwin, Linda 160
Ivans, Barbara 160
Ivey, Ralph 38,195
Jablonski, Bob 160
Jackson, Chris 119
Jackson, Joyce 119
Jackson, Tam 47, 67, 99, 160, 25
Jacob, Nancy 119
Jacobs, Sharon 160
Jacobs, Suzanne 137, 146
Jacobsen, Kristi 119
Jacobsen, Eric 119
Jager, Vicki Lynn 86, 119
James, Randy 137
Jamison, Ann 66, 151,160,171
Jamison, John 195
Janier, Mrs. Marie 24
Jaramillo, Audrey 137
Jeffers, Miss Joyce 18, 39
!Jetferis, Susan 119, 128
Jennings, Bill 137
Jensen, Dave 137
Jensen, Diane 195
Jensen, Ron 137
Jensen, Vicky 160
Jensen, Mrs. Virginia 24
Jermanis, Karen Judythe 195
lJewell, Annette 137
Jewell, Rebecca 137
Jigour, Hillary 137,143,144
Joaquin, Harriet Marie 195
Leonard, Linda Anne 80, 198
Johannes, Jean 86,119
Johnson, Jacki 86,119
!Johnson, Julian 119
Johnson, Larry 195
Johnson, Mike 119,128
Johnson, Pamla 119
Johnson, Paulette 86, 137
Johnson, Roger 196, 220
Johnson, Sharon 119
Johnson, Wayne 142, 272
Carey 98, 160, 260
Jones, Kathleen 119
Jones, Marilyn 119
Jones, Robert 161
Jordan, Gary 137, 260
Jorgensen, Alan 119, 277
Jorgensen, Gail 119
Jory, Mike 137
Jozaitis, Linda 86, 161
Just, Paul 87,196
Kahn, Mike 119
Kahn, Steve 86,137
Kalama, Steve 137
Kandler, Ed 119, 275
Kaney, Mike 119
Kaplan, Phil 161
Karikas, Peter 64, 196
Katen, Bob 138, 260, 272
Katterhorn, Karen 88, 138
Katzer, Steve 1 19
Kaufman, Sondra 81, 88,138
Keorn, Kirk 119
Kearn, Martie 138
Keil, Steve 196
Kelly, Anana 119
Kelly, Karin 138
Kelly, Susan 138
Kemp, Leslie 119
Kemp, Marion 138
Cennedy, Joyce 86, 119
Kennelly, lynn 138
Cern, Jane 161
iernodle, Sherry 161
Cerns, Richard 196
Kevorkian, Randall 119
iiger, Rieta 107, 138
Kimball, Sharon 66, 67,138
Kimmich, Mr. lawrence 18
Kindblad, Kathleen 104, 196
Kinder, Gerry 86, 161
King, Sammy 196
King, Sandy 36, 196
Kinkade, Vicki 81, sa, 119
Kirby, Donna 119
Kirby, Donna 196
Kirkland, Ron 98,196,199
Kish, Terry 161
Kivett, Sue 138
Klass, Paul 150,161,171, 264,
Kleinsasser, Ron 161
Kline, Linda 119
Kneelond, Mike 138
Knight, Dorothy 86,161
Knobles, Robert 161
Knott, Mike 119
Know, Gary 119, 263
Know, Gary 119
Knowdlen, Rod 86, 138, 260
Knowles, Abe 119
Knowles, Miss Joanne 18
Knowles, Randy 119
Knupter, Margaret 151,161
Koch, Linda 88,101,161
Koenig, Miss Mariarie
Kollerer, H. Kenneth
Komenshy, Linda 161
Konstantopoulos, Mrs. Anna 18
Korber, Mary Ann 196
Koundakjian, Mrs. Mary 18, 28
Kouts, Gloria 138
Kowalewski, Bill 99, 161
Kowalewski, Steve 196
Koxlowski, Mr. Alex 23
Krafft, Roni 86, 119
Kraft, Mr. Richard 18
Krahnke, Steve 161
Kral, Christine Ellen 36, 119, 196
Kral, Martin 138, 281
Krugger, Bonnie 196
Kucala, Darlene 196
Kucala, Tom 138, 276
Kunze, Jim 119, 277
Kyle, Catherine 84, 196
Kyle, Nancy 86, 116
Lache, Karl 161
Lachica, Rudi 104, 196
Lackey, Jack 161
Lahti, Katherine 73, 197
Laines, Eladia 114,119
Lambkins, Mrs. Laverne A. 25
Lambrechts, Rich 138
Lance, Sherie 161
Lane, Judith Ann 197
Lane, Mrs. Reatha
Lange, Ron 138, 260
Langston, Candy 138
Lara, Dodie 161
LaPlant, Fred 138
LaPlante, William 161
Karson, Kathryn 86, 138
larson, Kristine 84, 179, 192
Larson, Paul 197
LaRussa, Mr. Angelo M.
Laskosky, Dan 161
Lassegues, Rene 119
Latham, Ronald 260
Latham, Waleen 138
Laudenslager, Helen 86, 138
Lauderdale, Denny 95, 197
lawrence, Barbara 138
lawrence, Doug 138
Lawrence, Joaquin 119
lawson, Terry 197
Layne, Lee 197
Leafe, Edith 161
Leal, Karrell 161
Leal, Romald 95,161
lee, Elaine 38
Leech, Patricia 62, 197
Leffler, Craig 138
lego, Tony 108, 197
Leimbach,Shawn 86, 120
Lema, Cheryl 86, 120
lenchanka, Doll 161
Lencioni, James 33, 95, 106,
1 10, 1 1 1, 198
Lenhardt, Arlene 138
Leonard, Cherie 66, 67, 74, 161
Lependorf, Barry 138
levakis, Charann 86, 120
levakis, Peter 138
Levey, Linda 120
Lewandowski, Anita 142
Lewis, Dave 198
Lewis, Jeanette 120
Lewis Louise 198, 206, 209
Lewis, Lynn 120
Lewis, Sandra 138
Lewright, Juli 161
Liborio, Karl 120, 263
Linda, Bob 120, 263, 275
Lindevald, Kitty 138
Lindevald, Peggy 120
lindsten, Pamela 108,198
Linn, Lisa 161
Lindquist, Mrs. Betty 18
Lindquist, Pam 120
Lillie, Jerry 55, 87, 99, 161,
Lisowski, Mike 99,138, 264,
Little, Becki 198
little, Sharon 84
Lizotte, Diane 120, 127, 128
Lizatte, Lally 50, 51, 74, 84,
153, 161, 174
Lloyd, Pat 74, 86,120
Lockard, James 30, 58, 87, 89, 99,
150,152,161, 254, 258, 259
locke, Charlene Diane 198
Loehrer, Frank 198
Lombardo, Judy 104, 198
Londagin, Beth 67,198
Long, Crittie 138
Looney, Michael 49, 84, 99,198
Lopes, Norma 161
Lopez, Joe 161
Love, Bob 89, 138, 276
Lovell, Kathleen 138
Lowen, Debbie 138
Lowther, Bob 138
Loye, Mr. Jack 18, 28
Lucas, Paul 120
Lucas, Russ 142
Lucas, Scott 88, 138
Lucero, Anita 120
Luecke, Keith 138
Luehmann, Pam 161
Luian, Jeanne-Marie 198
Luian, Joanne 74, 86,161
Lumley, Keith 138
Lumley, Kerry 120
Lumley, Rocky 161, 281
Lunders, Ken 120,128,129
Lusareta, Ron 89, 98, 161
Lusk, Sandra 138
Lusk, Stan 87, 89,161
Lynch, Janet Karen 198
Lyons, Bob 138
Lyons, Pat 46, 161
Macabee, Miss June 18
MacCaskie, Dennis 138
Mactadden, Terry 120
Mack, Mr. Frank R.
Macklem, Penny 199
Madole, Nathan 109, 161
Madsen, Bard 161
Madsen, Mr. Robert 19
Magario, Michele 120
MaGee, Sharon 198
Maginnis, Tim 120, 266
Mahan, Milton 161
Mahoney, Sue 66, 86, 138
Mailho, Ron 199
Moillot, Jan 200
Maine, Audrey Elizabeth 200
Maine, Steve 139
Makofshy, Mrs. Elizabeth 19
Mallicoat, Sharon 142
Manger, Linda 161, 170
Mangrum, George 86, 161
Manifesto, Donna 120
Manifesto, Frank 161, 278, 280
Mann, Bonnie 74, 78, 79, 200
Mann, Commodore 200, 278, 279
Mann, Pam 161
Mantineo, Rich 139
Marcellino, Gene 139
Marcus, Alan 200
Mardirosian, Marty 120
Mardar, Bruce 139, 260, 281
Mardum, Mark 139
Marelick, Phil 139
Maresh, Joe 139
Margolin, Linda 94, 105, 200
Maria, Linda 139
Marks, Jacqueline 200
Mars, Bob 162
Marsh, Carl 120, 263
Marshal, Greg 139
Marshall, Bob 139
Martin, Carol 200
Martin, Florence 120
Martin, Linda 162
Martin, Linda 162
Martin, Mary 120
Martin, Robin 120
Martinez, Bob 120
Martinez, Ernest 89, 120, 263
Martinez, Gloria 120
Martinez, Johnny 162
Martinez, Mike 139
Marvin, Mr. James B. 25
Marziano, Michael 139
Marzoline, Gilbert 139
Mason, Joe 120
Matson, Glenda Karen 104, 200
Matson, Jim 139, 260
Matthews, Bill 139
Matthews, Roberta 120
Matthews, Steve 162, 281
Matzen, Ron 139
McAlister, Jim 139
McBride, Connie 89, 139
McCarthy, Mollie 74, 114, 120
McCaslin, Mr. Boyd 19, 268, 269,
McCausland, Nicholas 198
McCausland, Victoria Ann 198
McClure, George 120
McCollom, Paul 199
McCormick, Janice 151,162
McCown, Eileen 58, 64, 68,110,
McCoy, Anna 162
McCune, Beth 104, 199
McDonald, Len 199, 278
McDonald, Ora 67, 120
McDonnell, Bonnie 84, 194, 199
McDonough, Sheila 162
McFunk, Mike 120
McGee, Curt 162
McGreggor, Ted 89, 199
McGregor, Randy 162, 281
McKaskle, Carolyn Suzanne 162,
McKean, Ferol 139
McKean, George 199
McKellar, Elinor 86, 120
McKim, Mr. Robert 19
McKnight, Sharon 162, 169
McKone,, Mary 101, 162
McLaughlin, Maureen 60, 74, 75,
76, 77, 84, 199
McMahon, Lawrence 120
McMeekin, Mrs. Margaret 19
McNally, Mrs. Billie 24
McNally, Dennis 120
McNally, Patrick 199
McNeal, Bob 38, 95,199
McNeal, Wanda 139
McPhee, Kay 107, 120
McWilliams, Rich 120
Mead, Susan 139
Meadows, Cathy 120
Meadows, Donna-Lynne 201
Medeiros, Dennis 120, 254
Medeiros, Lynda 139
Meeska, George 139
Meeske, Marie 139
Meiiome, Danny 88,162
Meints, Marilyn 120
Mellberg, Lonnie 74, 139, 143,
Mellen, Fred 55
Mellen, Rick 139
Mello, Marilyn 120
Mello, Sandra 72, 200
Mendenhall, Barney 162
Mendonsa, Ron 139
Mermod, Michele 86, 120, 128,
Merritt, Cynthia 162
Messelbeck, Jim 120
Mestas, Ken 162
Metcalf, John 139
Mettier, Ted 120
Metzler, Kevin 89, 120, 263
Metzler, Lynnmary 104, 201
Meyer, Dorothy May 201
Meyers, Mrs. Armalee 19
Michel, Keith 139
Middlekauff, Vikky 162
Milano, Earline 162
Militello, Dan 201
Miller, Brenda 120
Miller, Judy 162
Miller, Rich 98, 201
Miller, Steve 139
Miller, Timm 139
Mills, Toni Lee 84, 201
Mingus, Gary 120, 201
Mitchell, Irwin 139
Mocek, Jenny 121
Mocek, Joni 60, 74, 75, 76, 77,
Mohr, Rich 139
Moniz, Larry 201
Moniz, Marilyn Marie 201
Montagomery, Robert 162
Montgomery, Sue 121
Montoya, Danny 68, 82, 84, 97,
Montoya, Fred 99, 201, 278, 279
Montoya, Mike 162
Moor, Mike 162
Moore, Carolyn 162
Clarence 65, 95, 201
Moore, Jerry 81, 89, 201
Moore, Tim 201
Moreira, Marcia 162
Moreland, Carol 162
Morley, Jessie 201
Morris, Mickey 162
Morrison, Jim 121
Marte, Greg 139
Mortimer, Blane 139, 266
Moser, Mr. Maynard 19, 20
Mosher, Mrs. Susan B. 25
Moss, Edward 87, 89, 202
Mulder, Anne-Marie 139
Mulligan, Terry 202
Mulock, Yvonne 202
Muninos, Kristina 121
Munoz, Bob 162, 276
Muro, Robert 202, 276
,Joyce Ann 202
Murphy, Rick 130,260
Murray, Kathy 121
William 52, 97, 202
lub 56, 82, 83
Mustard, Cheryl 121
Muti, Lucia 121
Nash, Juanita 202
Navarro, Manuel 49, 98, 202,
Neall, Margaret 121
Neely, Howard 121
Neill, Gerry 162
Neill, Pamela 202
Nelson, John 87, 89, 202
Nelson, Judy 53, 202
Nelson, Karen 121
Nelson, Kathy 84, 162, 165
Nelson, Kathy 162
Nelson, Marilyn 121
Nelson, Robert 162
Nelson, Sandi 165
Nelson, Steve 121
Newcombe, Vada 151, 162
Newport, Jim 202
Nicholas, Anita 74, 121
Nichols, Mike 139
Nickle, Sue 162
Nimmo, Lynne 86, 202
Nobre, Sandy 121
Nobriga, Ray 162
Nordman, Mrs. Delores 24
Nordstrom, Star 62, 74, 78, 139
Norman, Ron 139, 260
Norman, Terry 162
Normandin, Joan 67,121
Norville, Daniel 69
Oaker, John 202
Oakman, Miss Wendy 19,102
O'Banion, Bruce 121
Oberhart, Craig 139
Odell, Sally 121
oder., Mr. wan 15, 19, 49, 254
Oftedahl, Alt 121
O'Hare, Jerry 202
Ohliger, Linda 121
Oieda, Dennis 87, 162
Olari, Bob 139
Olesen, Cinda 74, 76, 77, 162,
Oliver, Charles 140, 260
Oliver, Jerry 202
Olson, Gail 162
Olson, Glenn 162
Orear, Mr. Frank 16, 19, 57
Orivellas, Fay 162
Ormsby, Dick 140
Ornellas, Connie 86, 140
Orpha, Escarcega 121
Orognen, Mr. John 19, 263
Ortega, Estelle 86, 140
Ortiz, Monica 74, 151, 162
Ortwein, Pat 140
Ortwein, Robert 140
Osotsky, Lewis 121
Ostroff, Paul 121
Ostrom, Jaan 65, 74,160,162
Otten, Sandy 202
Otterstetter, Caroleen 23, 84, 202
Otterstetter, Susan 140
Pagni, Louis 140, 260, 272
Paiva, John 121
Papillon, Kathy 140
Pappas, Lesley 162, 260
Pappas, Penny 86, 140
Parke, larry 162
Parker, Cathy 162, 173
Parkes, Miss Martha 20
Parkhurst, Judith Ann 51, 202
Parodi, Heidi 203, 224
Pastor, Regina 179, 203
Patonai, Bob 95, 203
Patonai, Richard 162
Patterson, Cynthia 203
Patterson, Dan 121
Patton, lynn 121
Paulo, Nancy 121
Pavao, Rod 140
Pavlakis, Nancy 163
Pavlakis, Tom 121
Peacock, Mary 140
Peacock, Sharon 35, 43, 64, 160,
Pedersen, Cheryl 163
Peiley, Steve 121
Peffley, Jack 140
Perez, Jerry 203
Perkins, Kathleen 163
Perreira, linda 163
Perry, Bill 99, 163, 260
Perry, Georgette Marie 53, 61,
Perry, Jim 99, 163, 254, 278,
Perry, Katherine 140
Perry, Nancy 66, 67, 121
Pershing, Sonny 65, 163
Person, Judith Ann 203
Peters, Judy 140
Peterson, Al 203
Peters, Peggy 72, 92, 163
Petersen, Allen 140
Petersen, Dale 121, 276
Petersen, Dennis 62, 203, 268,
Petersen, James 140
Peterson, Arlene 121
Peterson, Dennis 140
Peterson, Donald 203
Peterson, Janet 163
Peterson, Sue 140
Petrash, Paula 140
Petrash, Randal 121
Pfefferle, Bob 121
Pfeifer, Shirlee 121
Philips, Pat 121
Philips, Sue 140
Phillips, Jerry Dean 203
Phillips, Lorne 121
Phillips, Mary 101, 163
Phillips, Mr, Thomas 20, 54, 83,
90, 91, 145
Photography Club 106
Pickerell, Leonard 163
Pickerrell, Deborah 86, 121, 163
Pickett, Brenda 121
Pickett, Michael 163
Pierce, Nancy 121
Pina, Teresea 121
Pinto, Jane 140,146
Piper, Sue 84, 163
Pippen, Tom 140
Pitts, Mr. George
Poe, Tom 95, 203
Poindexter, Judy 140
Ponce, Pat 66, 67, 72,101,163
Pond, Linda 121
Ponder, Kathy 121
Pontes, Barbara 104, 204
Poole, Barbara 60, 74, 78, 79,
1 10, 1 1 1, 209
Poole, Barry 95, 204, 220
Post, Susan 204
Poteet, Jennie 88,163,171
Powell, Miss Helene 20
Powell, Mrs. Joyce 20, 31, 108
Poznanovich, Linda 66, 67, 74,
Pratt, Doug 204
Pray, Jean 121
Prestidge, Robert 163
Price, Steven 163
Priddis, Bob 98, 204, 264, 265
Priest, Allison 163
Priest, Connie 107, 204
Prior, Barbara 121
Prior, Sharon 163
Pritchard, Don 204
Pugh, Barbara 122
Pugh, Lois 122
Quinn, James 167
Quinta, Ron 205
Quinta, Sharon 122
Quirk, Rich 86, 163
Rademacher, Karen 72, 151, 163
Radovich, Judith 84, 205
Ragain, Renee 205, 220
Ragle, Pat 163
Ragust, Zandria 205
Rahn, Miss Edris 102
Raimondi, Rita 163
Ralston, Bruce 163, 272, 273, 274
Ralston, Mike 122
Ralston, Ronald 122, 277
Rambo, Miss Marcia 20
Randauo, Kerry 122
Rasmussen, Pam 122
Rathbun, John 205
Rathbun, Norman 205
Ratmon, Linda 74
liallie, Marie 122
Ray, Ada 163
Read, Leonard 140
Real, Steve 122
Reaves, Vicki 205
Reckas, Pete 163
Reddick, Ron 204, 205, 222, 223
Reddoch,John 98, 205, 278, 279
Reece, Myron 122, 263
Reed, Neva 122
Reed, Raleigh 163
Reel, Arlene 122
Reese, Mrs. Erma 24
Reeves, Cyril 122, 266
Reeves, George 205
Remenyik, Gabriella 163
Renkens, Bill 163
Renkens, Garry 122
Renkens, Mike 122
Rice, Kathlene 122
Rice, Nancy 140
Rice, William 56,l10,111, 205
Richards, Miss Doris 20
Richardson, Bob 29, 163
Richardson, Bonnie 92, 109, 164
Richmond, Alfred 167
Richmond, Nancy 122
Richmond, Victor 140
Rickheim, Mr. Ervin 20
Rife, Terry 164
Ringwood, Dennis 205
Ritter, Linda 164
Riva, Bob 122, 266
Rivera, Mrs. Eloise 20
Rivers, Janet 122
Robarge, Mary Lee 205
Robbins, Diane 140
Roberts, Gary 164
Roberts, Linda 66, 67, 86, 140
Ruxton, Ross 164
Ryan, Mr. John Jr. 20
Ryan, Maureen 74, 140
Ryan, Pat 207
Ryan, Tom 207
Sacrison, David 164
Safer, Ken 38, 207
, Davene 50, 51 , 64,
66, 67,197,199, 205, 214,
Robertson, Sharon 122
Robertson, Sheila Mae 205
Robinson, Catherine 205, 223
Robinson, Colette 84, 205, 223
Robinson, Linda Heidi 205
Robinson, Sandy 29, 164
Robison, Karen 206
Rocha, Ronald 89, 164
Rodgers, David 122
Rodrigues, Annette 84, 151 , 164
Rodrigues, Cecil 164
Rodrigues, John 122
Rodrigues, Victoria 122
Rodriguez, Pam 140
Rodriquez, Sandra 206
Roe, Sharon 105, 164
Roelenes, Lynn 140
Rogers, Dave 140
Rogers, Nancy 74, 164
Rogers, Phillip 122
Roll, Ted Jon 206, 278, 279
Romero, Bill 206
Romero, Sammy 87, 89, 164
Rose, Patricia-Ann 206
Rosecrans, Tamara 84, 150, 152,
Ross, Bob 49, 98, 204, 206, 222
Ross, Debora Dale
179, 206, 214,
Salaz, Ruth 122
Salinas, Margie 140, 146
Sanchez, Sandy 122
Sand, Karen 104
Sands, Ken 207
Sanford, Bruce 122
Santen, Dave 122
Santos, Vivian 86, 140
Sargent, Richard 164, 260, 262
Satariano, Dennis 207
Sater, Bob 140
Sater, Deanna 122
Saunders, Linda 164
Saunders, Mark 122
Savage, Linda 86, 122
Savattone, James 41, 49, 98, 207
Sawyer, Greg 86, 122
Schatborn, Susan 66, 67, 72, 109,
178, 181, 207, 221
Scheid, Dave 140
Scheid, Randy 164
Schellenberg, Gary 42, 47, 48,
49, 62, 68, 69, 98, 99,181,
187, 207, 254, 255, 258, 259
Scheuller, Dennis 207
Schillings, Connie 207
Schlenke, Mrs. Mary 23
Scheley, John 207
Schlottman, Brent 207
Ross, John 122
Ross, Mike 114,122, 277
Ross, Sharon 140
Rothacker, Sandi 164
Rowe, Bob 122
Rowe, Bobbie 47, 50, 51, 160,
164, 168, 169
Rowe, Jan 64, 203, 206
Rowe, Mark 28,122, 263, 275
Rowley, Kathy 206
Rowley, Pat 122
Runyon, Mr. Charles 20
Rupe, Mrs. Peggy 24
Rusk, Kathy 84, 206
Rusk, William 164
Russell, Chrisand 178, 204, 206,
Russell, Joe 88,164, 276
Russell, Pam 140
Russo, Dave 140
Russo, Joyce 207
Rutherford, Norman 207
Schmid, Sandy 140
Schmidt, Paul 207
Schmudde, Glenn 164
Schnagl, Jean 67, 86,140
Schneider, Don 122
, Joe 140
,Sheila 107, 164
Schram, Sharon 207
Schramm, Ken 122
Schreiber, Joyce 72, 208
Schriber, Donna Christine 72, 208
Schroeder, John 164
Schubert, Dan 62, 87, 99, 208,
Schuerman, Charles 66, 67, 132,
Schuerman, Rose Mary 122
Schulmeyer, Mr. Harold 20
Schureman, Margie 122
Schwaar, Mr. Walter L. 21
Schwoyer, Mrs. Pauline 23, 69
Sconyers, Connie 140
Scott, Dennis 164, 254, 275
Scott, Mandi 164
Scott, Steve 122, 263
Seaman, Kathy 140
Searle, Mr. John 6, 21, 68
Searle, Pam 140
Sebold, William 207
Sees, Larry 122
Segale, Jane 74, 86,122,128
Seibold, Jeff 140
Seidell, Herb 208
Seideman, Elliott 140
Selvidge, Mrs. Laura 23
Semple, Betty 73, 82, 84, 179,
Serrao, Mike 122
Setterberg, Sue 140
Sewell, Jim 122
Sexson, Mike 208
Shadduck, Kathy 62, 97, 208
Shadduck, Ross 140
Shaffer, Cathy 122
Shannon, Patricia 110, 179, 208
Sharp, Larry 164
Shattuck, Peggy 208
Sheets, Beverly 208
Sheets, Dean 122
Sheline, Frank 208
Sheline, Gary 122
Sheline, John 164
Shepherd, Greg 140
Sherrod, Bob 122
Shetterly, Nancy 164
Shields, Sandra 122
Shields, Sue 164
Shilts, Karen 164
Shilts, Pat 86, 122
Shippie, Greg 164
Shrewsbury, Verne Jr. 84, 197,
Shumway, Randy 140
Siligo, Mike 140, 264, 266
Silva, Art 208, 220
Silva, Barbara 122
Silva, Dave 99,122, 277
Silva, David 140, 254, 255
Silva, Elizabeth 208
Silva, Richard 164
Silver, Joanne 122
Silver, Joye 164
Simpson, Janet 122,129
Simpson, Karen 208
Sinclair, Diane 164
Sisney, Sue 122
Sita, Toni 86,164
Skeen, Mr. DeWand 21, 36
Skinner, Nancy 122
Skrable, Linda 86, 122
Sloan, Mr. Robert 20, 21
Small, Jan 122
Smalley, Gayle 122
Smith, Andy 164
Smith, Mrs. Beverly 21 , 28
Smith, Darrol 164, 208
Smith, Elaine 140
Smith, Gail 123
Smith,Mr. Glen 21,185
Smith, James 123, 277
Smith, Karen 208
Smith, Karrol 89
Smith, Kathleen 105,208
Smith, Lenora Claudine 208
Smith, Linda 123
Smith, Marian 123
Smith, Michael 123
smith, Millie 123
Smith, Nancy 140
Smith, Pat 86, 208
Smith, Pat 123
Smith, Robert 55, 123
smith, Rod 84, 99, 208
Smith, Ruth 140
Smith, Sandra 123
Smith, Sharon Ann 208
Smith, Shelley Eileen 208
Smith, Terry 141
smith, Ty 123,263
Smithson, Sandra 123
Solomon, Raeia 209
Sonnentelt, Dan 123, 266
Sonnenfelt, Mike 123
Soria, Sandra 209
Souza, Jack 276
Souza, John 95,164
Souza, John 164
Souza, Judy 66, 68, 72, 92,107
Souza, Kathy 141,167
Souza, Mike 123
Souza, Susan 68, 102, 209
Spanish Club 101
Spann, Carol 26,141
Sparacio, Sue 110, 209
Spear, Harold 141, 263
Spear, Steve 123
Speas, Cathi 86, 141
Spence, Ron 209
Spencer, Mrs. Mary Ann
Sperber, Mr. Stephan 21, 28,141
Spicer, Kathi 43, 164
Spicer, Susanne 123
Spirou, William 86, 87, 88, 209
Spoor, Sharon 123
Stafne, Diane 179, 209, 216
Statne, Pauline 74,165
Stansell, Danna 165
Starr, Michael 86, 165
Stayrook, Evelyn 141
Stayrook, Robert 209
Steele, Howard 209
Steele, Paul 134,141,146
Steffens, Cammy 123
Steffens, Stephanie 165
Steger, Larry 99, 165, 281
Stegner, Kathryn 141,146
Stein, Sydney 141
Steinbach, Bill 86, 210
Steinbrink, Mark 123
Steinwandt, Cheryl Lynn 210
Stern, Bruce 165
Stevens, John 141, 263
Stevens, William 123, 165
Stevenson, Eileen 123
Stevenson, Jerry 63, 99, 141,
268, 269, 270
Stever, Karla Dianne 210
Stillings, Janice 165
Stokes. Carolyn 165
Stratford, Robert 210, 266
Stone, Bill 123, 263
Strohm, Mrs. Ann 23
Strom, Mrs. Anne 23
Strom, Celia 86,141,143
Strom, Kenneth 66, 67, 98,178,
181, 210, 278, 279
Strozyk, Elizabeth 86, 165
Strozyk, Eva 165
Stubbins, Marcia 141
Struempf, Rich 141
Suffner, Ann 141
Suggs, Marlene 165
Suggs, Rich, 123, 266
Sughrue, Carol 89, 210
Sullivan, Georgian 39, 165
Sullivan, Leslie 210
Sullivan, Terry 123
Sullivan, Thelma 123
Summersett, Mrs. Lois 21
Susoeff, Dave 141
Susoeff, Phillip 123, 266
Swanburg, Roberta 92, 100, 165
Swarts, Bob 52, 210
Swartz, Mike 123
Sweet, Peter 123
Swift, Cathy 123
Swimm, Brian 30, 165
Swindell, Sandi 165
Swingseth, Larry 95, 210
Sykes, Donna 141
Sylvia, Janice 86,141
Sylvia, John Anthony 98, 210
Sylvia, Rosemary 123
Syvertsen, Carole 165
Tangren, Nancy 56, 60, 74, 75,
76, 78, 210, 224
Tandowsky, Mr. Richard 21
Tausheck, Christine 86, 141,146
Tavares, Paul 260, 273
Tavis, Adam 141
Taylor, Janice Lorraine 84, 210
Taylor, Jim 141
Taylor, Michael 175, 210
Mike 99 165
Taylor, Nancy 86,123
Taylor, Pam 210
Taylor, Rich 123
Taylor, Ron 210
Taylor, Ronnie 123
Taylor, Steve 123
Teachworth, Nancy 33,108, 211,
Teigen, Tom 123, 275
Tella, Bob 141, 281
Tella, Kurt 95, 96, 211, 220
Terpak, Albert John 211
Terpak, Joyce 47, 123
Thomas, Alan 141, 260
Thomas, Eddie 141
Thomas, Kathy Eileen 211
Thomas, Pam 45, 58, 141, 143,
Thomas, Ray 165
Thompson, Bill 141
Thompson, Don 123
Thompson, Mr. Howard 29
Thompson, Mark 141
Thompson, Monty 141
Thornell, Alton 141
Thornock, Mr, Verl 21, 260
Thornton, Judy 141
Thorp, Karon 104, 165
Throolin, Harold 123
Tierman, Pat 67, 123
Tilghman, Allan 211
Tilley, Melvene 211
Tilstrom, Glenda 211
Tinagero, Mike 89, 211
Tipton, Armand 211
Tipton, Arthur 211
Todd, Lee 21 1
Tolandi, Harrison 141
Tompkins, Barbara 211
Tooley, linda 86, 123
Torres, Bill 141
141, 146, 281
Torres, linda 123
Torres, William 141
Tosh,Judith Ann 211
Towslee, Sally 211, 222, 225
Trent, Mr. Ross
Triplett, David los
Truiillo, Gloria 141
Truiillo, Juan 211
Truiillo, Raymond 98, 165, 278
Trumbo, larry 67, 99, 165, 254,
255, 259, 278, 279
Trumpe, Drake 47, 109, 211, 222
Tumelson, Anita 165
Turnbull, Fred 98, 211
Turner, Diana Lynn 211
Tuttle, Mike 165
Tye, Mr. Ross 21
vunmeief, Bill 41, 21 1, 264,
Unternaehrer, Rolf 165
Urgolites, Carol 92
Utt, Carol 123, 165
Utt, Linda 86,141
Utt, Susan 165
Valencia, Cheryl 165
Valen, Becky 165
Valens, Bob 141
Valenzuela, Mark 262
v6nc6, Linda 86,141,146, 147
Vancil, Mrs. Celia 24
VandenBas, Jan 165,171
Vanderpool, June 165
Vanderpool, Leslie 84
VanKerrevroeck, Ellen 141
Vanlandingham, Debbie 30, 211
Vanous, Mr. Marvin 21,152
Vaughan, Dan 66,141, 277
Velasco, Mary 142
Vening, Nick 123
Ventresco, Barbara 165
Ventura, Irene 123
Vicker, Margaret 142
Vickers, Mr, William 22
Videll, Bob 212, 278, 280
Vierra, Maydene 142
Vierra, Steve 142
Vigars, Karen 110,165
Vilas, Mrs. Sally 22
Vilchek, Steve 166
Vincent, Elaine 212
Vincent, Liotta 142
Vincent, Sherri 107,142
Voecks, Bill 142
Voll, Vicki 142
VonRothstein, Howard 124
Voris, John 124
Voss, Jerome 87, 88,166
Vournas, Dino 106,142
Wachtler, Jan 60, 67, 74, 78,
Wadsworth, Richard 98, 166
Wagers, Bill 212
Wagner, Aldyne 166
Wagner, Carol 212
Wagner, Greg 124
Wagner, Marvalle 132,134, 142
Wagner Mary 166
Wales, iim 166,260
Wales, Mary 124
Walker, Cheryl 142
Wallace, Dixie 142
Wallace, Frank 212
Wallace, George 212
Wallace, Jackie 166
Wallace, Roberta 142
Wallis, Doug 212
Wallis, Steve 166
Walter, Ed 166
Walters, George 124
Whaley, Gary 212
Whaley, Ricke 166,169, 266
Whalley, Cheryl 166
Whalley, Lyle 124
Wharton, Don 124
Wheeler, Jerry 166
Whitacre, Linda 142
White, Mike 89, 124
White, Mildred 142
Whitehead, Judy Ann 212
Whitehead, Mike 124, 277
Whitfield, Tim 142
Whittaker, Mike 124
Whitlley, Mike 166, 254, 272
Whysong, Mariory 142
Wicklitfe, Ron 212
Wilbanks, Linda 42, 80, 212
Wilcox, Bruce 124
Wilcoxen, Kathy 42, 68, 80, 92
Wilder, John 141
Wiley, Arlene 132,142
Will, Betty 84, 89,166
Prudence 86, 151, 166
Wood, Carole 213
Woodard, John 142
Woodtill, Larry 166
Woodland, Lucille 142
Woods, Kathy 166
Woods, Trudy 88, 179, 213
Woolcock, John 142
Woollry, Don 166
Woolley, Don 142
Woolley, Ron 142
Worden, Nita 166
Workman, Mrs. Jo 14
Wright, Claudia 142
Wyman, John 142
Wyne, Mark 142, 260
Walton, Ron 124
Walton, Vickie 166
Wangberg, Jim 212
Ward, Chris 124
Ward, Linda 142
Ward, Mr. Wayne 22, 46, 53, 96
Ware, John 212
Warmerdam, Louise 142
Warren, Roger 166
Watson, Bob 124
Watson, Jackie 74, 166, 169
Way, Candi 166
Weagant, Eileen 124
Week, Faye 142,146,147
Weeks, Steve 35, 49, 98, 204,
212, 222, 223
Weiner, Mr. Harold 16, 22
Welton, Dwight 142
Wergeland, Mr. Jerrold 22
Werk, Cheryl 86,114, 124, 125
West, Frank 86,166
Westcott, Leonard 142, 260, 281
Westcott, Loraine 212
Willet, Mr. Rolyn
Williams, Ed 142
, Margo 166
, Mike 124
Willis, Patricia Ruth 212
Wilson, Eileen 124
Wilson, Jacqueline Leslie 212
Wilson, James 43, 49, 98, 99,
Wilson, Judie 142
Wilson, Marilyn 84, 166, 169
Wilson, Mike 166
Wilson, Mr. Perry 20, 22, 188,
Wilson, Rich 98,166, 278, 279
Wilson, Sonny 213
Ybarra, Spike 166
Yilduru, Giirsev 47, 92, 93, 21
Yoder, Dena 124, 128
Yoder, Merlena 179, 213
Yoder, Mike 142
Yoder, Roger 166, 266
Yonan, Sharon 124
Yool, Steve 166
York, Jere 166
York, Margaret 86, 213
Young, Joyce 213
Young, Randy 95, 106
Windbigler, Diane 142
Winder, Mrs. laVerne 24
Winn, Burt 142,146
Winkler, Eileen 213
Winzenried, Bette Ann 213
Wold, Marvetta 124
Young, Roberta 86, 124, 128,
Yutzy, Catherine Elaine
Yutzy, Jack 166
Zaremba, Laurie 167
Zelonis, Bob 142
Zelonis, Mike 167
Zickeloose, Mike 167, 169
Zierau, Eldora 167
Zimmermann, Mario 142
Zitterkapf, Sondra 167
SENIOR ACHIE EMENTS
Abrams, Howard Varsity Base-
ball 4, J.V. Baseball 3, C8-D
Basketball 1, 2
Abrams, Karen Junior Show 3,
Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council I
Abshier, Connie Girls' League
Accardo, Jerry Varsity Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, Track 4, CLD
Basketball 4, Cross Country 2,
Honor Roll 1
Accosta, Jenelle Girls' League
Acheson, Jim CGD Basketball
1, Stagecraft 3, 4, Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4
Agraz, Jo hn Healers a n d
Helpers 1, 2, 3, 4, Fiesta 2, 3,
4, Honor Roll, Spanish Club 2
Aguirre, Raymond J.V. Foot-
ball 3, Spring Shorts Play 3,
Fall Play 4, Spring Play 4,
Varsity Track 3
Aiello, Dennis J.V. Cross Coun-
try, J.V. Track, Tennis, Cam-
pus Committee, Honor Roll
Allen, Diane Girls' League
Allen, Paul Boys' League
Allison, Vickie Yearbook 4,
Campus Committee 3, Mega-
phone Club 2, 3, Student
Council 3, Decorations-Senior
Allred, Patricia Junior Show
3, Junior Prom-Decorations,
Girls' League, Drama Club 4
Anderson, Carol Junior Prom
-Decorations, Senior Show 4,
Junior Show 3, Senior Ball-
Cloakroom 4, Megaphone 1,
Anderson, Donna Class Coun-
cil 2, Junior Show, Senior
Show, Megaphone Club 1, 2,
Anderson, Rusty Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 4, Varsity Basketball
3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Block
Antons, Anita Girls' League
Arimborgo, Genevieve Girls'
Arnett, Linda Girls' League
Atkinson, Robert Advanced
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band
2, 3, 4, Music Club 4, Senior
Show 2, 4, Secretary 8. Treas-
urer for Dance Band
Autrey, Carole Girls' League
Aver, Barbara Senior Show 4,
Baker, Linda California Girls'
State Representative 3, Ga-
zette Editor-in-Chief 4, Schol-
astic Block, Life Member C.S.F.
1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Gen-
eral Chairman 3
Baker, Ran Boys' League
Ballard, Gary, Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3,
4, Senior Class Treasurer 4,
Block "A" Secretary-Treasurer
3, 4, Football 1
Ballou, Lynn Girl's League
Barak, Bonnie Class Council
3, Fiesta Committee 2, F.H.A.
1, G.R.A. 2, Girls' League
Bardon, Daniel Junior Show
Director 3, Fall Play 1, Direc-
tor Fall Play 2, Fall and Spring
Play 3, Fall and Spring Play
4, Swimming 2, 3
Barker, Stephanie Megaphone
Club 1, 2, Class Council 1, 2,
Junior Show, Girls' League
Barlow, Heather Girls' League
Fashion Show 3, Powder Puff
Football team 4, Megaphone
Club 1, 2, 3, Future Home-
Barlow, James Block "A" 2,
Track 1, 2, Junior Show 3,
Senior Show 4, Stage Crew
Baron, Dennis Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3,
4, Honor Roll 4, Block "A" 3,
4, Senior Show 4
Beale, John Boys' League
Cabinet, Christmas Dance 4,
Senior Ball 4, Varsity Wres-
tler 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4
Bedard, Vaughn CGD Basket-
ball l, B Basketball 2, Junior
Beggs, Betty Student Council
2, Class Council 1, Junior
Show 3, Fiesta Committee 1,
Marching Band 1, 2
Belcner, Thomas Boys' League
Bell, Tom A Cappella 3, 4,
Senior Show 4, Music Club 3,
4, Boys' League
Bellinghausen, Gary Boys'
Benz, Cheryl Megaphone Club
t, 2, 3, C.S.F. t, 2, 3, Music
Club 2, 3, 4, Class Council 1,
Girls' League Board 3, 4
Bice, T. Gordon Track 3
Boell, Richard CGD Basketball
1, 2, Senior Show 4, Fall Play
4, Spring Play 4, Stage Crew
Bogue, William Boys' League
Bohrer, Gay Student Council
3, Megaphone Club 3, Junior
Show, Senior Show, Girls'
League 1, 2, 3, 4
Bolton, Ken Boys' League,
Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2,
J.V. Basketball 3, Track
Booth, David Music Club
Treasurer 4, Student Conductor
3, 4, President of Advanced
Band 3, 4, President of Dance
Band 3, A Cappella 3, 4
Borges, John Track 1, 2, 3,
4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4
Borgo, Janal Treasurer ot
Healers and Helpers Club 4
Botosh, George Bays' League
Bottarini, Sharon Girls' League
Senior Show, Advanced Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2,
Boulton, Rob Vice-President-
Boys' League 3, 4, Block "A"
4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Track
and Cross Country 2, 3, 4,
Dance Band 2, 3
Bowser, Thomas Tennis 1, 2,
3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Boys'
league, Block "A" 3
Bozeman, Bob J.V. Football,
Varsity Football, Powder Puff
Football Game Yell Leader,
Braaten, Rod Junior Varsity
Baseball 2, Frosh-Soph Base-
ball 1, C8-D Basketball 1, Var-
sity Baseball 3, J.V. Basket-
Branco, Jim Varsity Track,
Varsity Cross Country, Junior
Show, Senior Show, Black "A"
Bravo, Virginia Girls' League
Brennan, Kathi Girls' League
Bridges, John Boys' League
Brittman, David Editor of Don
Beat 4, Fall Play 4, Boys'
League, F.T.A. 1
Brown, Charlie Boys' League
Brown, Diana Library Club 3,
Class Council 4, Junior Show,
Brown, Harry Varsity Tennis
3, J.V. Track 2, Senior Snow,
Junior Show, Block "A" 4
Brown, Kathee Honor Roll,
F.H.A. 1, Class Council 3,
Shakespeare Festival 4
Bruce, Bob Block "A" 3, 4,
Varsity Track 3, 4, Boys'
Brugger, Penny Gazette 4,
F.T.A. 2, Student Council 1,
Class Council 3, C.S.F. 1
Brusseau, Jeanne Senior Show,
Megaphone 1, 2, 3, Class
Council 2, 3, Student Council
1, Powder Putt Football 4
Buchholz, Linda Junior Show,
Senior Show, Yearbook 4,
F.B.L.A. 4, Spanish Club 3
Burnett, Don Football Mana-
ger 4, Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Burnham, .lim Boys' League
1, 2, 3, 4
Burris, Phil Boys' League
Busse, Janice Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4
Butler, Bonnie Girls' league
Butler, Gary Baseball 1, Var-
sity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football
1, J.V. Football 2, 3
Butler, Jim Track 4, Boys'
League 1, 2, 3, 4
Camaro, Maria Joan Foreign
Exchange student for Senior
Cardona, R-ita Girls' League
t, 2, 3, 4
Carey, Linda Girls' League
Carlson, Barbara Girls' League
Carlson, Ray Boys' League
Carrero, Art Boys' League
Carrillo, Christine G i r I s '
league 1, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone
Club 3, 4, Student Council 1
Castro, Tom Boys' League
Caton, Margaret-Ann Girls'
Coutield, Jan Megaphone
Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Show,
Decorations Chairman - Home-
coming Dance, Decorations
Chairman-Junior Prom, Drama
Cova, Diana Honor Roll, Stu-
dent Council, Class Council,
Yell Leader, Choreographer -
Chavez, Ariel Senior Show
General Chairman, Honor Roll
2, 3, 4, Junior Show 3, A
Cappella, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3
Cheever, Norman Student
Body Vice President 4, Ga-
zette Editor-in-Chief 4, Don's
Club President 4
Chetham, Kathlyn Class
Council 1, 2, Megaphone Club
1, 2, Don Beat 2, C.S.F. 4
Christian, Kenneth Boys'
Churchill, John Varsity Cross
Country 3, 4, Varsity Track
3, 4, Block "A" 3, 4, Boys'
Cochran, Jim Track 4, Cross
Collins, Patricia Honor Roll
4, Fall and Spring Plays 4,
Megaphone Club Vice Presi-
dent 4, Student Council 3, 4
Cooper, Bill Gazette -Sports
4, Boys' League
Corral, Burt Varsity Baseball
3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4,
J.V. Basketball 3, Block "A"
3, 4, Boys' League
Corrie, Rosemary Student
Council 1, 2, 3, Class Council
1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Squad, Jun-
ior Show, Senior Show
Corso, Ron Junior Show,
Costanzo, Robert J.V. Wres-
Costoneda, Gomato Spanish
Crevallo, G-ary C.S.F. 3, 4,
Fiesta 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
Crouse, Karen Class Council
1, 2, 4, Junior Show, Senior
Show, Megaphone Club 1,
Modern Dance l
Flores, Gerald Cross Country
DiStanislao, Phyllis C I a s s
SENIOR ACHIE EMENTS J
Crowell, Tom Boys' league
l, 2, 3, 4
. Aff, Joan Junior Show, Sen-
ior Show, Senior Ball-Decora-
tions, Student Council I, 4,
Megaphone Club l, 2, 3, 4
Cuneo, Steve Varsity Track 4,
Junior Show, Block "A", Band
2, 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee
Cunha, Joe Baseball l, Track
Cunha, Stephen Chemistry
Club 3, 4
Curlett, Karen F.H.A. 3, 4,
Honor Roll 4, Girls' League
l, 2, 3, 4
Currier, Gary German Club
2, Honor Roll i, Boys' League
Currington, Rick Boys' League
Curtis, Robert Cross Country
l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Wres-
tling l, 2, Christmas Dance l,
Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4
Dallas, Charlene Student Body
Historian 4, Homecoming
Queen 3, Senior Class Public-
ity Manager 4
Darden, Charlene Student
Council l, 2, Yearbook Staff
4, Honor Roll l, 3, 4, Decora.
tions-Senior Ball 4
Darouze, Jeri Senior Show,
Senior Ball, Megaphone Club
3, 4, Girls' league
Davillo, Toni Megaphone
Club l, Senior Show Commit-
Davis, James Varsity Cross
Country 3, Block "A" 3, 4,
Student Council 3, Track 3
Davis, John Block "A" 3,
Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Davis, Patricia F.B.L.A. 3, 4,
Junior Prom Decorations 3,
Senior Tea 4, Sophomore Hop
Day, Jim Boys' League
Dean, L. Marie Girls' League
Dearing, Dilyn Girls' League
DeRose, Stephen Boys' League
l, 2, 3, 4
DeRosia, Darby Dawn Senior
Show, Junior Show, Senior
Ball-Decorations, Junior Prom-
Decorations, Senior Tea-Dec-
Desimone, Mike Boys' League
3, 4, J.V. Baseball 3
Devaney, Tim Boys' League
DeVore, Greg Boys' League
Discher, Carl Boys' League
Council 3, Junior Show 3,
Honor Roll 3, 4, Megaphone
Club Secretary 4
Dolan, Sheron G.R.A. l, 2,
3, 4, Art Club l, 2, Red Cross
Council 3, 4, P.E. Assistant
2, 3, 4
Downing, Gloria Girls' League
Duley, Robert Senior Show,
Junior Show, Music Club l,
2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, 3,
4, Honor Roll 4
Dunn, Glenna A Cappella 3,
4, Honor Roll 4, Girls' League
l, 2, 3, 4, History Club l
Dykes, Ken Boys' league
Eckstein, Judy F.B.L.A. 3, Pub-
lic Speaking Club 3, Mega-
phone Club 2, Freshman Frolic
'l, Sophomore Hop l
Edwards, Lynda L. Student
Council 2, 3, 4, Gazette 4,
Art Club 2, 3, Donbeat 3
Eggers, Jan Megaphone Club
4, Girls' League 3, 4
Engle, Edward Boys' League
Erlmann, Karen Girls' League
Board 3, Class Council 2,
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Girls'
league l, 2, 3, 4
Art Club 2, 3, 4, C.S.F. 2,
G.R.A. 3, 4, Senior Sock and
Karen Junior Prom,
League, F.B.L.A. 3, 4
Margaret Girls '
Evans, Steve Boys' League
Eveleth, Doug Frosh Baseball
l, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Frosh Football I, J.V. Foot-
ball 2, Varsity Football 4
Faggart, Judy Girls' League
Falcone, Joe Class Council l,
Freshman Track l, Wrestling
Fanning, Cathy F.T.A. 2,
lions Club Speech Contest,
Runner-up Cal Speech Festival
4, Girls' League, Senior Show
Fargo, Lorraine G. Girls'
Ferreira, Dennis J.V. Football
2, Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4
Fischer, Carl Boys' League
l, 2, J.V. Wrestling 3, "B"
Swimming 3, CGD Basketball
Foster, Linda F.H.A. 4, Jun-
ior Show 3, Spirit 8- Morale
Committee 2, Megaphone 'I
Foster, Mike Baseball 1, J.V.
Baseball, Varsity Baseball 3,
4, Block "A" 3, 4
Fox, Jerry School Photogra-
pher 4, J.V. Tennis l, Boys'
league l, 2, 3, 4
Fox, Linda Girls' League
Fruman, Joni Class Council l,
Spring Play 3, Fall 8- Spring
Freitas, Susan Honor Roll 4,
Class Council 4, Megaphone
3, Junior Show, Girls' League
Fryer, Richard Football 1, J.V.
Football 2, 3, Boys' League
1, 2, 3, 4
Fuentes, Deanna Girls'
Mary F.H.A. l,
F.B.L.A. 4, G.R.A. l, 2, 3
Ganious, Delbert Boys' league
Ganious, Wilbert Bays' League
Gardner, Larry Boys' League
Gatschet, Tim Boys' league
Gaudette, Philip J.V. Tennis
l, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, "B"
Track Team l
Gaylord, Jerry J,V. Football
l, Varsity Football 2, 3, J.V.
Basketball 2, Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 4, Block "A" 3, 4
Gebhard, Dianne Fashion
Show 2, Senior Show, Mega-
phone 3, F.B.L.A. 4
Ghigliozzo, Linda Songgirl 4,
Student Council 4, Class Coun-
cil 3, Megaphone 3, Senior
Show, Honor Roll 4
Ginter, Joyce Senior Show,
Megaphone 4, Powder Puff
Football 4, Honor Roll 3, 4,
G.A.A. 3, 4, P.E. Assistant
Glocksen, Evelyn Class Coun-
cil 2, 3, 4, Script Chairman
Senior Show 4, Choreogra-
phy Junior Show, F.B.L.A. l, 2,
Goble, Margaret Megaphone
l, 2, 3, Fashion Show l,2, 3,
4, Class Council l, 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council 4, Junior Show
Gramaglia, Mary Ann Mega-
phone l, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3,
Junior Show, G.R.A. l, 2, 4,
Powder Puff Football Game 4
Gray, Jack Track Team l, 2,
3, 4, Block "A" 3, 4, Cross
Country l, 2
Greer, Harry C8-D Basketball
l, Baseball l, Photography
Gresham, Richard Boys' League
Griffen, James A Cappella 4,
J.V. Cross Country 4, Senior
Griffin, Jill Megaphone Club
l, Fiesta 2, Girls' League
Gruggel, Ernest Boys' League
Guenther, Barbara Class
Council 3, 4, Student Council
4, Honor Roll 4
Guidry, Sandi F.T.A. 2, 3-
President, Art Club-Vice Presi-
dent, l, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Mega-
phone Club 3, Junior Show
Gulbransen, Una Girls' League
Gullett, Roxie Honor Roll 4,
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4
Gundell, James Class Coun-
cil 'l, Track l, 2, 3, Cross
Country 2, Public Speaking
Gustafson, lrene Senior Show,
Class Council 4, Finance Com-
mittee I, 2, Student Council
l, 2, General Chairman-Fash-
ion Show 4
Halpern, Laura C.S.F. Life
Member, President - Spanish
Club 4, Vice President-F.T.A.
3, Secretary-F.T.A. 4, Orches-
Haney, Patricia Ann F.H.A.
Girls' League, Girls' Chorus
2, Girls' Activity Assistant 2, 3
Hannaford, Paul Honor RoII4
Hansen, Hal Boys' League
Hardy, Bruce Honor Roll l,
2, 3, 4
Harenda, Stephanie G i r I s '
Harris, Linda Megaphone
Club l, 2, 3, Student Council
l, 2, Junior Show 3, Girls'
League l, 2, 3, 4
H-arris, Ray Boys' league
Harrison, Cynthia Student
Council 3, Class Council 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Girls'
Hartley, Fred C.S.F. 4, Stu-
dent Council 4, Assembly Com-
mittee Chairman 4, Election
Committee Chairman 4, J.V.
Hartzie, Sandra Girls' League
Hatton, Barbara G.R.A. l, 2,
Hough, Gwendolyn Sue Girls'
Hawkins, Anthony V a r s i ty
Cross Country 4, Varsity Track
4, Block "A" 4
Haworth, Shirley Girls' League
Haynes, Chris Boys' League,
Boys' Chorus l, Mixed Cho-
Haxlitt, Nancy Honor Roll 2,
4, Class Council 4, Student
Council 3, Junior Show 3,
Senior Ball Committee Chair-
Heezel, Marilyn Class Coun-
cil 4, Powder Pull Football
Game-Committee Chairman 4,
Senior Show 4, Speech Festi-
val 4, Dons' Club 4
Heifner, Susan Class Council
4, Junior Show 3, Senior Show
4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Art
Heilman, Donna R. Honor
Roll 3, 4, G.R.A. 2, 3, 4, Pow-
der Puff Football Game 4,
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, P.E.
Assistant 3, 4
Heinbuch, Cynthia Senior Ball
-Ticket Chairman, Senior Pickle
Sale Chairman, Junior Show,
C.S.F. l, 2, Student Council
Helland, Sandy Girls' League
Henry, Pat Frosh Football 'l,
Track 3, Drama 3, 4, Boys'
SENIQR ACHIE EMENTS
Hensel, Henry Boys' League
Heslin, William Varsity Track
3, Class Council 1, 4, B-Track
2, C-Track 1, Frosh Football 1
Hewitt, Glen Boys' League
Hicks, Judith Girls' League
President 4, Assistant Editor of
Gazette 4, Class Council 1,
Student Council 2, Executive
Higgins, Sue Girls' League
Hill, Jim Boys' League
Hill, Ron Block "A" 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, C Bas-
ketball 2, Cross Country 2, 3,
D Basketball 1
Hillman, Dole Boys' League
Hillyer, Harriet "Don Beat"
-Art Editor 4, Gazette 3,
Dons Club 3, Science Club 1
Hilton, Paul Boys' League
Hinoiosa, Frank Cross Coun-
try 3, J. V. Cross Country 2,
J.V. Track 3, Block "A" 4,
Hoeffer, Judy Student Coun-
cil 1, Girls' League, Mega-
phone l, 2
Hoeffer, Ron Boys' League
Hoff, Carol Student Council
1, 2, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3,
Junior Show 3, Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop Dec-
Holland, Carol Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 1
Holler, John CLD Basketball
1, 2, Senior Ball 1, Class Coun-
cil 3, Bays' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Hamer, Jean Girls' League
Hough, Joyce Girls' League
Howell, Douglas Boys' League
Hughes, Diana Fall Play 4,
Spring Play 4, Spring Show 3,
Junior Show 3, Secretary-Ger-
Hume, Bruce Varsity Track 3,
4, Varsity Cross Country 4,
C.S.F. 2, 4, Class Council 4,
Senior Show 4
Humphrey, Malcolm Frosh-
Soph Football 1, Swimming 1,
A Cappella 4
Hunt, Robert Varsity Tennis 3,
4, Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Ivey, Ralph Gymnastics Team
1, C Basketball 2, Boys' League
Jamison, John Boys' League
Jensen, Diane Girls' League,
Megaphone Club 1, 2, Music
Jermanis, Karren-Judythe Girls'
League 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2,
3, Bank of America Certificate
Joaquin, Harriet Student Coun-
cil 1, Girls' League, Freshman
Dance Committee, Pep Club 1,
Student Council 3, 4
Johnson, Larry Boys' League
Johnson, Roger Boys' League
Just, Paul Varsity Track, Var-
sity Cross Country, B Track 2,
3, Senior Show, Junior Show
Karikas, Peter Student Body
President 4, Student Body Vice-
President 3, Varsity Baseball 3,
C.S.F. 1, 2, Lions' Club Speech
Contest Winner 3
Kalama, Julian Boys' League
Keil, Steve Bays' League Cab-
inet 4, Campus Committee 4
Kerns, Richard French Club 1,
Kindblad, Kathy Megaphone
Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, Spanish
Club 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Senior Show
King, Sammy Spring Play 3,
4, Megaphone Club 1, Girls'
King, Sandy Girls' League
Kinkade, Jim Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 2, 4, Block "A" 3,
4, J.V. Football 2, Frosh Base-
Kirby, Donna Tennis Club,
F.H.A., Girls' League, Badmin-
Kirkland, Ronald Varsity Base-
ball 4, Varsity Track 3, J.V.
Football 3, J.V. Baseball 2, B
Klam, Patsy Girls' League
Koller, Erv Senior Show 4
Korber, Mary Ann Girls'
Kowalewski, Steve Varsity
Swimming, Boys' League Block
Kral, Christine Class Council
4, Senior Show 4, Spring Fash-
ion Show 4, Powder Puff Foot-
ball Game Committee 4, Mega-
phone Club 3
Kruger, Bonnie Junior Show,
Senior Ball Decorations Chair-
man, Megaphone Club l, 2
Kucala, Darlene Class Council
1, Honor Roll
Kyle, Cathy A Cappella Choir
3, 4, Scholastic Achievement
Block, Senior Show 4, Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Finalist in Cal-
ifornia Stote Scholarship Cam-
Lachica, Rudi F.B.L.A. 4
Lahti, Kathy Senior Show 4,
C.S.F.-Life Member 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Ball Decorations 4, Sen-
ior Sock And Silence Day State
Lane, Judith Girls' League
Larson, Kris Class Council 4,
Junior Show, Senior Show, Hon-
or Roll l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella
Larson, Paul Football l, Track
2, 3, Crass Country 2, Boys'
Lauderdale, D e n n y Boys'
League, Stagecrew 3, 4
Lawson, Terry B Basketball 1,
Gymnastics Team 1
Layne, Lee Boys' League 3, 4,
Sound Crew 3, 4
Leech, Patricia Spring Play 3,
4, Fall Play 3, 4, Drama Club,
Megaphone Club 1, 2, Girls'
Lego, Tony CLD Basketball 1,
2, 3, Gazette Staff 3, 4
Lencioni, James President-
Photo Club, Sound Crew, Year-
book, Boys' League
Leonard, Linda Matador 4,
Megaphone Club 3, Senior
Show 4, Junior Show 3, Junior
Lewis, Louise Megaphone Club
l, 2, 3, Powderpuff Football
Team 4, G.R.A. 3, 4, Science
Club 1, Decorations for Class
Dances I, 2, 3, Senior Sock
and Silence Day Committee
Lima, Greg Varsity Baseball
3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, Boys'
League, Block "A"
Lindsten, Pamela Girls' League
Little, Becki Junior Show 3,
Senior Show 4, Junior Prom 3,
Student Council 3, A Cappella
Locke, Charlene Senior Show,
Junior Show, Student Council 1,
2, 3, Class Council 1, 2, 3,
Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3
Loehrer, Frank Boys' League,
Lombardo, Judy Girls' league
Landagin, Beth Student Coun-
cil l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Show 3,
Senior Ball 4, Finance Commit-
tee 1, 2, Assembly Committee 3
Looney, Mike A Cappella 4,
Block "A" 3, 4, Vice President-
Block "A" 4, Wrestling 1, 2,
Luian, Jeanne Art Club 1, 2
Lynch, Janet Girls' League,
Art Club 2
Macklem, Penny Girls' League
l, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2
MaGee, Sharon Class Council
2, Girls' League Fashion Show
3, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3,
Mailho, Ron Varsity Tennis 3,
4, Cross Country 2, 3, C.S.F.
2, Block "A" 3, 4
Maillot, Janet Megaphone
Club 2, Girls' League Board 3
Maine, Audrey Girls' League,
Honor Roll 2,4, G.R.A. 1, 2, 3,
4, Senior Show, Senior Boll
Mann, Bonnie Song Girl 4,
Junior Class Queen 3, Honor
Roll, Student Council 3, Senior
Mann, Commodore Varsity
Wrestling, Varsity Tennis, Var
sity Football- Manager, Bo,s
League Cabinet, Senior S'1ow
Marcus, Al Boys' League, Art
Club 1, 2, Track 4, Photogra-
phy Club 4
Margolin, Linda F.T.A. 2, Don
Beat 3, 4, Don's Club 3, 4,
Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Marks, Jacqueline Megaphone
Club 1, F.H.A. 2, Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4
Martin, Carol Megaphone Club
1, 2, 3, Class Council 1, 2,
Girls' League Cabinet 3, Senior
Ball Decorations 4
Martinez, Johnny Boys' League
Matson, Glenda Megaphone
Club 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. Treasurer
3, 4, Class Council 2, 3, Honor
Roll, Senior Ball Decorations
McCausland, Nick Boys' League,
Cross Country l, 2, Art Club
McCousIand, Vicky Junior Show,
Junior Prom, Powder Puft Foot-
ball Game, Art Club, French
McCollom, Paul Boys' League
McCown, Eileen Commissioner
of Clubs 4 Junior Show-Gen-
eral Show, Senior Show, Junior
Prom, C.S.F.-Lite Member l, 2,
3, 4, Class Council 4
McCune, Beth F.B.l.A. Secre-
tary 4, Honor Roll, Class Coun-
cil 3, Senior Show, Megaphone
Club t, 2
McDonald, Len Block "A",
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior
McDonnell, Bonnie F.T.A. Pres-
ident 3, 4, Senior Show 4, A
Cappella Choir 3, 4, Honor
Roll, Girls' League Board 2, 3
McGreggor, Ted Boys' League
McKean, George Boys' League
McLaughlin, Maureen Yell
Leader 4, Fiesta Queen 3, Jun-
ior Show 3, Fall and Spring
McNally, Patrick Boys' League
McNeal, Bob Sound Crew 3,
4, Boys' League 3, 4
Meadows, Danna-Lynne Mega-
phone Club 2, 3, F.H.A. 1,
Class Council 1, Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Ball Decora-
tions Committee 4
Mello, Sandra Megaphone
Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Show, Sen-
ior Show, Girls' League Board
1, 2, 3, G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Metzler, Lynnmary Band 1, 2,
3, 4, F.B.l.A. 3, 4, Senior Show
Meyer, Dorothy Class Council
3, 4, Student Council 1, 2,
F.H.A., Girls' League 1, 2,
SENICR ACHIE EMENTS
J.V. Track, Frosh Cross Country,
J.V. Cross Country, Black "A"
Mills, Toni Honor Roll 3, 4,
A Cappella 3, 4, Junior Show
3, Senior Show 4, Class Coun-
.ll 2, 3
llingus, Gary Boys' League l,
, 3, 4, Class Council 3, Ger-
nan Club 3, Spanish Club 2,
hess Club 'l
Mocek, Joni Yell Leader 3, 4,
Student Council l, 3, 4, Honor
Roll l, 4, Class Council 3,
Moniz, Larry Bays' League,
Frosh-Soph Football l, J.V.
Moniz, Leonard Boys' League
Moniz, Marilyn G.R.A. 3, 4,
F.T.A. 4, Don's Club 4
Montoya, Danny Boys' League
Montoya, Fred Varsity Wres-
tling 2, 3, 4, Block "A", Track,
Cross Country l, 2
Moor, Michael Frosh Baseball
l, Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, Art
Moore, Clarence Cross Coun-
try 2, Track 2, Senior Show 4,
School Band 3, Concert Band 3
Moore, Danny Senior Show 4,
Moore, Jerry Boys' League I,
2, Sophomore Class President
2, J.V. Football 2, Student
Council l, 3
Moore, Tim Boys' League
Morley, Jessie Girls' League
Moss, Ed Band 2, 3, 4, Dance
Band 4, Senior Show
Mulligan, Terry Track l, 2, 3,
4, Cross Country 3
Mulock, Yvonne Girls' League
Muro, Robert Boys' League
Murphay, Joye Ann F.H.A. l
Murray, Bill Junior Show 3,
Fall and Spring Plays 4, Drama
Club, Boys' League
Nash, Juanita F.H.A. l, Girls'
Navarro, Manuel Wrestling
Team Captain 4, Varsity Wres-
tling 3, 4, Block "A" 3, 4,
J.V. Wrestling 'l, 2, J.V. Foot-
ball 2, 3
Neill, Pamiela Girls' League
Nelson, John Boys' League l,
2, 3, 4, Senior Show 4, Dance
Band 3, 4
Nelson, Judy Fall and Spring
Plays 3, 4, Junior Show 3,
Drama Club 3, 4, Girls' League
Newport, Jim Boys' League
Nimmo, Lynne Girls' League
Norcup, Fran Senior Show 4,
Junior Shaw 3, Student Coun-
cil 2, Junior Pram Decorations
3, Homecoming Dance Decora-
tions Chairman 4
Norvelle, Don Boys' League
Oaker, John Football 1, 2, 3,
Track 2, 3
0'Hare, Jerry Football 'l, 2,
3, 4, Boys' League 2, Swim-
ming 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3
Oliver, Jerry Girls' League
Oliveria, Louise Girls' League
Otten, Sandra Girls' League
Otterstetter, Caroleen Senior
Show 4, Junior Shaw 3, A Cop-
pella 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, Music
Parkhurst, Judy Shakespeare's
Parodi, Heidi Student Council
l, 2, 4, Fiesta Booth Chairman
2, Junior Show, Senior Shaw,
Megaphone Club I, 2
Pastor, Regina Girls' League
Patonai, Bob Boys' League
Patterson, Cynthia Megaphone
Club President 4, Sophomore
Vice-President, Senior Show,
Peacock, Sharon Student Body
Secretary 4, Junior Class Secre-
tary 3, C.S,F. 2, 3, Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Show 4
Pedro, Sheila Art Club 2,
F.H.A. 2, Megaphone Club l,
Perez, Jerry Boys' League
Perry, Georgette Girls' League
'l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2,
Honor Roll 4, Rally Club I,
Spanish Club l
Person, Judy Art Club 'l, 2,
Honor Rall 2, Girls' League l,
Peterson, Alan German Club
I, Gymnastics Club 1, Wres-
Peterson, Dennis Varsity Bas-
ketball, Varsity Swimming, Stu-
dent Council l, Junior Show 3,
Donkey Baskeball Yell Leader.
Peterson, Donald Boys' League
Philips, Jerry J.V. Basketball
2, Most Valuable-J.V. Basket-
ball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4,
Block "A" 3, 4, B Track 3, 4
Poe, Thomas Senior Show 4,
Junior Show 4, Sound Crew 2,
3, 4, Model Railroad Club l
Pontes, Barbara F.H.A., F.B.L.A.
Poole, Barbara Song Girl 4,
Junior Show, Senior Show,
Class Council 1, 3, Honor Roll
Poole, Baron Fall and Spring
Plays 4, Junior Show 4, Shake-
speare's Festival 4, Stage Crew
4, Boys' League 2, 3, 4
Post, Susan Girls' League
Pratt, Doug Boys' League
Priddis, Bob C.S.F. l, 2, 3, 4,
Block "A" 3, 4, Senior Show 4,
Varsity Cross Country 3, 4, Var-
sity Track 3, 4
Priest, Connie F.H.A. 4, Honor
Roll 4, G.A.A. 4
Pritchard, Donald Cross Coun-
try 2, 3, Track 2, 3, History
Club l, Boys' League
Quinta, Ron Art Club I, 2,
Spanish Club 4, Healers and
Helpers 4, Honor Roll, Boys'
Radorich, Judith A Cappella
3, 4, Senior Show 4, Girls'
Ragain, Renee Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, Class Council 1, 2, 3,
Gazette Staff 3, 4, Megaphone
Club 2, 3, Junior Show 3
Rapp, Patricia Girls' League
2, 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee
4, G.A.A. 3, Honor Roll I, 2, 3
Rathbun, John Boys' League
Rathbun, Norman Boys' League
Raugust, Zandria Student Coun-
cil l, 2, Class Council l, Mega-
phone Club I, 2, 4
Reaves, Vicki Girls' League
Reddick, Ron Varsity Baseball
3, J.V. Wrestling 3, Senior
Show, Junior Show, Spring Play
Reddoch, John Football 2, 3,
Varsity Wrestling 3, 4, J.V.
Wrestling 2, Varsity Track 2,
3, 4, German Club 2, 3
Reeves, George Boys' League
Rice, William Boys' League
Secretary 4, Art Club Vice-
President l, Swimming Team l,
2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Var-
sity Wrestling 3
Ringwood, Dennis Boys' League
Roborge, Mary Lea Girls'
Robertson, Davene Student
Body Treasurer 4, Finance Com-
mittee Chairman 4, Student
Council 2, 3, Assembly Com-
mittee Chairman 3, Senior
Robertson, Sheila Mae Girls'
Robinson, Catherine Senior
Robinson, Colette A Cappella
4, Music Club 4, Senior Show
4, Don Beat 2
Robinson, Heidi Girls' League,
Robison, Karen Powder Putt
Football Team 4, Girls' League
Fashion Show 4, F.H.A. 4,
Megaphone Club 3, Girls'
Rodriguez, Cynthia Girls'
Rodriguez, Sandra Powder
Puff Football Team 2, Class
Council 4, Senior Show 4,
G.R.A. 2, 3, Art Club I, 4
Roll, Ted Boys' league, Block
"A", Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track
1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3
Romero, Bill Football 'l, J.V.
Football, Track 2, Boys' League
Rosales, Sandi Girls' League
Rose, Patricia Girls' League,
Junior Show 3, Senior Shaw 4,
Megaphone Club 'l
Ross, Debora Senior Ball Gen-
eral Chairman 4, Senior Class
Queen's Court 4, Junior Prom
3, Class Council 3, 4, Junior
Ross, Robert Campus Commis-
sioner, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4,
Student Council, Class Council,
Rowe, Jan Campus Commis-
sioner 4, Varsity Tennis, Honor
Roll, Junior Shaw, Block "A"
Rowley, Kathy Healers and
Helpers Vice President 4, Fiesta
2, 3, Honor Roll 4
Rusk, Kathy Girls' League
Russell, Chris Senior Class
President, Junior Class Vice
President, Foreign Exchange
Committee President 2, Gazette
Staff 4, Senior Show
Russo, Joyce Girls' League,
Class Council 2, Student Coun-
Rutherford, Norman Varsity
Track 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, 3
Ryan, Pat Girls' League
Ryan, Tom Boys' League
Savattone, James Varsity Cross
Country 2, 3, 4, Junior Class
President 3, Junior Show 3,
Senior Show 4, Block "A" 2,
Safer, Ken Auto Club 4, Boys'
League l, 2, 3, 4
Sands, Ken Boys' League
Santen, John Boys' League
Satariano, Dennis Boys' League
Secretary 4, Girls' League Trea-
surer 4, Stu'dent Council 1, 2,
3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Ga-
zette Staft 4
Schellenberg, Gary Varsity
Football 3, 4, Block "A" Presi-
dent, Executive Council, J.V.
Football 2, Frosh-Soph Foot-
Scheuller, Dennis Football 2,
3, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Block
"A" 3, 4, Boys' League l, 2,
3, 4, Concession Worker 3, 4
Schilling, Connie Girls' League
Schley, John Boys' league
Schlottman, Brent French Club
Schmidt, Paul Boys' League
Schram, Sharon Girls' League
Schriber, Donna Girls' League
Committee Chairman 4, Fiesta
Decorations 4, Honor Roll 4,
Senior Sock and Silence Day
Committee 4, Powder Puff Foot-
ball Game 4
Schreiber, Joyce C.S.F. Life
Member 4, Senior Breakfast
Chairman 4, Junior Show 3,
Senior Show 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, 4
Schubert, Dan Varsity Baseball
3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4,
Block "A" 3, 4, Honor Roll 4,
Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Seibold, William Junior Show,
Student Council, Drama Club,
Boys' League Cabinet
Seidell, Herb Boys' League
Semple, Betty Junior Show,
Senior Show, Music Club Secre-
tary 4, F.T.A. Treasurer 3, Class
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion
Show Commentator 4
Sexson, Mike Senior Ball Com-
mittee 4, C8rD Basketball 2,
Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Shodduck, Kathy Senior Show
4, Junior Show 3, Fall Play 4,
Spring Play 3, 4, Megaphone
Club 1, 2, 3
Shannon, Pat Class Council
1, 2, 4, C.S.F. 4, Senior Dress-
Up Day Chairman 4, Junior
Show Ticket Chairman, Year-
book Stott 4
Shattuck, Peggy Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. l, 2, F.H.A.
2, Megaphone Club 1, 2
Sheets, Beverly Jean Junior
Show, Dons' Club, Senior Ball,
Sheline, Frank Boys' League
Shrewsbury, Veme Wrestling
3, 4, Track 3, Senior Show,
Junior Show, Student Council
Silva, Art Boys' League
Silva, Elizabeth Girls' League
Simpson, Karen Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club
1, 2, 3, Student Council
Smith, Darryl Boys' League 1,
2, 3, 4
Smith, Karen Girls' League
Smith, Kathleen Girls' League,
F.B.L.A. 4, F.H.A. 4
Smith, Lenora Claudine Girls'
League 3, 4, Senior Boll Dec-
orations Committee 4
Smith, Patricia Girls' League
Smith, Rodney Varsity Swim-
ming 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella
3, 4, Student Council 4, Senior
Show 4, C8-D Basketball 2, 3
Smith, Shelley Girls' League
Solomon, Raeia Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, Class Council 3, 4,
Junior Show 3, Senior Show 4,
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4
Soria, Sandy Honor Roll, G.A.A.
3, Junior Show, Senior Show
Souza, Susan C.S.F. President
4, C.S.F. Life Member, Junior
Show 4, Inter-Club Council 4,
Victory Dance Clean-up Com-
mittee Chairman 3
Sporocio, Sue Yearbook Ed-
itor, 4, Class Council 1, 2, 3,
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Show 3, Senior Show 4
Spence, Ron Junior Show,
Gymnastics Team, Boys' League
Spirou, Bill Dance Bond 2,
3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Varsity
Track 3, Music Club President
4, Bays' League Cabinet 4
Stafne, Diane Class Council
4, Dons' Club 4, Senior Ball
4, Book Store Manager 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, 2
Stayrook, Robert Track 1,
Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Rail-
road Club Secretary-Treasurer 2
Steele, Howard Boys' League
Steinbach, Bill Boys' League
Steinwandt, Cheryl G i r I s '
Stever, Karla Dianne Girls'
Strom, Kenneth Wrestling 3, 4
Senior Class Vice President 4,
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Class Coun-
cil 3, Block "A" 3, 4
Sughrue, Carol Honor Roll 4,
Advanced Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Fashion Show 3, Senior
Sullivan, Leslie-Girls' League
1, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 1
Swartz, Robert Wrestling 2,
3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Spring
Play 3, Fall Play 4, Spring
Play Stage Manager 4
Swingseth, Larry Boys' League
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Show 4,
Spring Play 4, Fall Play 4
Sylvia, John Block "A" 3, 4,
Swimming Team 3, 4, Honor
Roll 3, Boys' League Cabinet
4, Student Council 3, 4
Tangren, Nancy Sophomore
Queen 2, Head Yell Leader 4,
Junior Show, Senior Show,
Class Council 1, 2, 3
Taylor, Janice A Cappella 3,
4, Senior Show, Music Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 3,
Taylor, Michael Boys' League,
J.V. Baseball 3
Taylor, Pamela Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, Girls' League 1, 2, 3,
4, Megaphone Club 1, 2
Taylor, Ronald C8-D Basket-
ball 1, 2
Teachworth, Nancy S e n i o r
Wills Chairman 4, Girls'
League Board 4, Student Coun-
cil 4, Gazette Staff 4
Tello, Kurt Boys' League
Terpak, Albert Senior Show 4,
Boys' League 3, 4
Thedick, Batty Girls' League
Thomas, Kathy Senior Ba ll
Committee, Girls' League
Thompson, Tom Boys' League,
Baseball 1, 2, Football 1
Ticoulat, Colette Girls' League
Tilghman, Allan Frosh - Soph
Track, Junior Prom Decorations,
Girls' League Fashion Show Es-
Tilley, Melvene Megaphone
Club 1, Junior Show 2, Girls'
League 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Show
Tillstrom, Glenda Girls' League
Executive Board 1, Girls'
League 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll
4, Megaphone Club 1, G.A.A.
Tinagero, Mike Boys' league
Tipton, Armand Boys' League
Tipton, Arthur Boys' League
Todd, lee Railroad Club 1,
Boys' League l
Tompkins, Barbara Class Coun-
cil 2, 3, Student Council, 1, 2,
F,B.l.A. 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4,
Megaphone Club 1, 2
Tosh, Judy Honor Roll 3, 4,
Senior Show 4, Junior Show 3,
Senior Ball 4, Girls' league 3,
Townsend, Linda Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, Para-Med
Towslee, Sally Megaphone
Club 1, 2, Class Council 1,
C.S.F. 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,
Truiillo, Juan Boys' League
Trumpe, Drake Senior Show
Director 4, Gazette Stuff 4,
Class Council 4, Cross Country
1, Honor Roll
Turner, Diana Lynn Honor Roll
1, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, 3,
Senior Show 4, Junior Show 3,
Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4
Vanlandingham, Debbie Senior
Show 4, C.S.F. 2, German Club
4, Dons' Club Vice President 4,
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4
VanMeter, William C.S.F. Lite
Member 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cross
Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3,
Varsity Track 1, 4 Block "A"
Videll, Bob Varsity Wrestling
3, 4, Class Council 2, Block
"A" Constitution Committee 4,
B Track 1, 2, 3
Vincent, Elaine G.R.A. 2, 3, 4
Wachtler, Jan Song Girl 4,
Senior Show, Megaphone Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Record-
ing Secretary 2, Student Coun-
Wogers, Bill Track 3, 4, Block
Wagner, Carol Girls' Leag
1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show 3
Wallace, George Boys' Leagu
Wangberg, Jim C.S.F. 4, Hon-
or Roll 3, 4, Science Club 1,
German Club 4, Junior Show 3
Ware, John CGD Basketbal
1, Swimming Team 1, 2,
Block "A", Boys' League
Weeks, Steve Boys' Leag
President, Boys' State Repr
sentative, Varsity Swimmi
Team, C.S.F., Senior Show
Westcott, Loraine F.H.A. 1, 2
F.B.L.A. 1, 2, Megaphone Club
Whaley, Gary Varsity Track
3, 4, J.V. Track 2, J.V. Cross
Country 4, Boys' League 1, 2,
Whitehead, Judy Girls' League,
Class Council 1
Wickliffe, Ron Senior Show 4,
Class Council 1, 2, 4, Chem-
istry Club 2, 3, C.S.F. 1, 2
Wilbanks, Linda Bull iSchool
Mascotl 4, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Jun-
ior Show 3, Honor Roll 1, 2,
3, 4, Junior Prom 3
Wilcoxen, Kathy Foreign Ex-
change Student Committee
Chairman 4, Rally Squad 4,
C.S.F. Life Member, Senior Sock
and Silence Day Chairman 4,
Scholastic Block and Star 2, 3,
Willis, Patricia Senior Show,
Megaphone Club, Class Coun-
cil, F.H.A., Girls' League
Wilson, Jacqueline Leslie, Girls'
Wilson, James Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Block "A"
Wilson, Sonny Boys' league
Winkler, Eileen Anne Girls'
Winzenried, Bette F.H.A. 1, 2
Wood, Carol Girls' League
Woods, Trudy Girls' League 1,
2, 3, 4, Junior Show 3, Senior
Show 4, Class Council 4, Stu-
dent Council 3, 4
Woodzelle, Rick Frosh -Soph
Football 1, Frosh-Soph Swim-
ming l, Photography Club 3,
4, Yearbook Stott 4
Yilduru, Gorsev Foreign Ex-
change Student 4
Yoder, Merlena Senior Show
4, Class Council 4, Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Art
York, Margaret Girls' League
Young, Joyce Junior Sh aw,
Music Club, G.R.A., Girls'
Young, Randy Sound Crew
President 4, Junior Show 3,
Senior Show 4
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