Artesia High School - Ano de Oro Yearbook (Lakewood, CA)

 - Class of 1974

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COACH, WE DEDICATE OUR ANNUAL TO YOU! , . 2- , .W V..,..x,. , -sv li..4""':-?'5:?3l-:riff .'?r5i'f.:fN.-JL. : 'w ' ' ' FI- I-",3"'f1'T1 ' ' . ' - 'V-11 t:"1'4Z nfs? ' 1- -f -V - " - . . ' ' '-'-1 trh 'cf S'iIf'A.l-'sr ikw' EJ '5."' Of l 7 1 - ' , ' --c l l l r We are more fortunate than Inglewood, Palmdale and Northern Ca. Highschools, because we still have Coach Ackerman. Throughout the years Mr. Ackerman and his winning teams have brought and built the Spirit of Artesia High. Mr. Ackerman was born on May 26, 1924 in Oregon. Coach Ackerman graduated in 1942 from john High. During his years in high school he played on the basketball team and was quarterback on the football team. After Mr. Ackerman finished high school he joined the Navy and spent 3 yrs. in the Commission's office. Mr. Ackerman married his wife, Dorothy in 1951 and now has 5 children. In 1957 Mr. Ackerman began teaching at Artesia High. Mr. Ackerman was coach of the Bee Football team in 1958 and 1959. Mr. Ackerman is now teaching Algebra and is head Basketball coach. He has coached Varsity Basketball since 1959. Because of Coach Ackerman's enthusiasm and spirit, Artesia high has found pride in going to C.I.F. 10 times. Congratulations-Coach Ackerman! 2 DEDICATION hu., " ,pf--I L51 , I ' I JI . I I -142 V I I I 4 PARTICIPATING 1 iff I EI- I ' fag 3 I I in I ,I I '- III IXI I I 'I- II 4 X If ., jI IN Tr I 0-'cp 1 . wif , -'LE'-51 A I- 'I . "I if ,yi I. gf .' , . ..L.... ' 'j',. I , . 7, ,. I -I , I . , ' - , 'QM' I, ,Q I M K' :ln Y' 111 . -"NAM " . .z','.,,, ' ,,, I ' ' F ' AAL f I .1 5' I ' I ,-r,.I.'1 v I '. -V , Q , I I I I. m . In K.: -,l. , 3 Q.. Q ,, Y xrgtu-,E , j h l X V I X U I Y :I , I AI, . I I- ' " A ,QI-yza . ' 1 I - -- , I I, , I WL: x ' - I an , I IIII F I U X F X 4 I 1 I N I 'I I V I II ,Xi I N I ' L ' 'II I f I ,7..,v- . Fi, 'K mx I ' H900 .1 - - , I 'If 'i b ,,,, :Y ,ww -.-.,.-....-1, " 'g'f"'l"f""f1 fj: "- 5 ,,' y -v -:H IQ- 1-. '- v-' " X." '. 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A 1 35' --,- .f -.- A D, - ,: w Q . -rx ,I ,rx X Y' A 'QE E IQ , :LTA I F -41 ,- -,,, -.,.1v4w,i ' ei-3 -,.....,., ,...4 Lu, 22290 Q, Wg5gQWZ6 Qjfqnigf W QQ QW WE'D LIKE T0 LEAR A LITTLE Stanely Steddom Principal William Atkins Asst. Prin. Community Serv. Russell Graverer Asst. Prin. Counseling Serv. Dick Hulse Asst.Prin. Discipline Ron Waldrum Asst. Prin. Special Serv. , Leona Lewis Dean of Girls Robert Bess Counselor Rich Stanley Counselor Anita Christensen Y Mildred Griffith Counselor Art Ponce Bilingual Counselor Felipe Vela Attendance Counseling 1. Stanley Steddom 2. Robert Bess 3. Ron Waldrum 4. Elaine Montgomery 5. joyce Reynolds 8 ADMINISTRATION Counselor gfiiffffzg BIT. Oi '? 6 ,ix Q--r ABOUT YOU FOR O R FILES. -1 A it bf A S A A v rigging . . - if' 1 . E " u ' K F I , - N'-.V W fl .X 051 v-V-H 4 Louise Broucqusault loan Combs 'F Q + ' Georgina Enneman 3 . Doris Erickson i .nw z " i 1 kv" ' x ' 1 6. '. K ,ff T125 , 'QP 'r f 1 A -, ,vw - 1 ,f.,ks,5' r If-1 ' '-if .. ... Irene Escoto Vivian Ewers Ann Franks Bea jackson Kathy lenner Elaine Montgomery Meg Persson loyce Reynolds Neva York SECRETARIES 9 F l lx xxx h E'D LIKE TO Science!Health- The Science Department gave the beginning science students a variety of semester classes this year, such as Oceanography, Environmental Science, Earth Science, and Life Science. The Life Science class was made up of 95"fo labs because the students used the new "Investigating Approach" lab equipment. Math- The Math Department's goal this year was to make sure that everyone at Artesia is able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. The advanced classes tried to improve the students' skills by using the old fashion drills instead of any new, modern techniques. Social Studies- The Social Studies Department gave each student a wide selection of classes. The list began with Anthropology, going on through the minority groups and their histories in the U.S. including U.S. History and its government. The list continues with classes such as Police Science, Psychology, ' Current Affairs, and Consumer Economics. :ff-'fm f L ip. if 5' , ' f-' " ""31,3 1 Il E 9 ' l -1 lf ' . E V , .. Q, ll T " 7 T 'IO TEACHERS HELP YOU LEAR Gordon Ackerman Ron Aeberhard Al Almeida . ff 1: F" 'Sw Lb-X . U fig'-.W lv, Ken Atterbury ,LL ,pl - 'f 'W'-i Norene Beardsley -- ' y 4 , J EL Sandra Berge l ,. V ' 't ' ' x v 1 iv: xi 3 -4.11, .W L , 11.412, - .3 , ,. 'lt Qf ggi- . L' Q ff,w1,1li,1!'1i ,F john Bethel X ' Ron Bidwell wg - I, Michele Brannon -' O, I It '91 lil'-12' . r, lyjxf QM T S 44. ,X F W3 ax, Q1-t 1 ,. W E . Stan Brown K I V Y I f April Brunetti ' 1 Y , i. I Ron Bryan Q? -'7 ' ' A , fa fr an it , ,, l TO HELP YGURSELVES -PAUWMON l Q ' "lin l '. Y' 1 - -t V ,hi we R 'E' lt A V I, X, -. jg, .. ,. me N Maria Carroll William Cowan loe Curi lim Daugherty Susanna De Falla Harry Dreifus Rod Engel Robert Faircloth David Flores Anthony Guggiana Doreen Hagan Don Hardenbrook Al Hatwan Forrest Hawley john Henderson :Yung ll l 3 A M 1 Alma .Nlah-r' 71' 'VI :.'-' -' ' Ni 4A'f!!l4 1'ZF.ufi'r'c'l.'i -' 'puff 4,90 HA Nfl! 4'-'llhfvj' wwf ly! :gym 0' ffl iw' two In wyffg, fuqyv . 14 wg 'A , , ,. time 'ff "ff: iw 4, 1 I .V Q.- M nf u.. V , I r . II iw? , A . K n, J --N . n v X ' 1 v I ll 1. Gary Taira-Occupational Advisor 2. Leslie Iverson-Math Dept. 3. Don Ragland-English Dept. 4. Gary McHatton-Science Dept. 5. Frank Paredez-Foreign Lang. Dept. TEACHERS 11 English- The English Department offered many different classes throughout the year. The first semester was mainly made up of Freshmen English classes, which helped to develop their reading, and advanced English classes such as Creative Writing, Composition,.College Prep, and Research Paper. Some classes offered second semester included Folklore, Occult, Drama, Shakespear, Humorous Lit, and Dramatic Lit. Foreign Language- The Foreign Language Department consists of Spanish, French, and German. The students taking a foreign language found it very enjoyable and worthwhile, since the teachers used more than a book and a chalkboard. Each class went on a field trip that helped to enlighten their knowledge of the historical background of their country's language. Besides that, each class saw feature-length, commercial films. Q51 -.557 1, . W's'1- W1,3,N-AML. -x f Mfg, ' ' ,T ' lil XE x I , n s V T -, , P Q N-52' '.H,., - 1 . g ' l A 5 -- -M A L L F' -.a,,'. I, ' , 3 ' .V I 1 4' l rr .,...t.A. X -...-:ala Q L Ievf' . Y i ' J.. . 11' F. y .6 V 4 . 3 l- Q , . ':s' .v 1 .1 1 - . .,,, gi. a a 1 :mf F- 127:55 X . . . I 1 v li- l 4 l Z9 Joel Holmberg Harvey Hoyo John Hundley Leslie Iverson loan lellum Rich johnson Beth lolliffe Margialones Brian Kamper Louaine Klebeck Bernard Knapp George Lerner Lynn Lipani Mary Lively Dianne Malone Gi , ' T W l 27, K tl l l -s -bl as I 14-- -r Carolyn Maney Ruth Mc Clure Gayle Mc Grew Gary Mc Hatton R. Menold julie Meyer . .4 V Robert Rizzie Terry Robinson Charles Ryder 43 vlatmi' ' up ffl S1 :Tr 4 1 Girls' P.E.- Girls' P.E. offered a wide variety of activities for girls on each grade level. Emphasis was placed on improving skills and especially on the enjoyment of the game. This year G.A.A. sports were made a part of C.I.F. The girls competed in many sports in league play. Boys' P.E.- Boys' P.E. also offered a very extended list of activities in which the boys could participate. Each boy was given a choice of four or more events to compete in each semester ofthe year. Besides the regular classes, an athletics class could be taken if the student was on one of the various teams. ' Dorothy Mitchell William Montgomery . Nolan Noble Frank Paredes J.C. Penner T 'Ib' 9 X A Arthur Popp Linda Quinn Don Ragland Stan Richmond Laura Rico fp- 1. Charles Ryder- Soc. Studies Dept. 2. Linda Quinn- English Dept. 3. Margia Jones- Business Ed. 4. joe Curi- Boys P.E. 5. April Brunetti- Girls P.E. TEACHERS 'I3 I czff f , 'f ,Y Q.. CL f l - I' .L ,A gr... V: I x Business Ed.- This department is composed mostly of secretarial courses, such as typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and model office. The Business Ed. Department also specializes in courses designed for students who plan to be business majors, such as Business English and Business Law. Notehand and Personal Typing were also offered in this department as semester courses to help out the college prep students. Fine Arts- Each course offered by this department made life at Artesia more enjoyable this year. The courses included Arts, all the singing groups, Band, Photography, T.V. Production, Drama, Crafts, and Annual Staff. These classes added a change of pace to the schedule of each student participating in this department. Industrial Arts- Industrial Arts included Drafting, Electronics, Metal Shop, and Auto Shop. The only main change in this department this year was the encouragement given to the girls of Artesia to take an Auto Shop class by Mr. Shell. He said that it would save each of the girls a lot of money later in their lifes. Home Ec- The Home Ec. Department added a new class to their department this year. It is entitled "A Child and his World. The class itself worked very closely with the newly established childrens' center on our campus. Personal Psychology another of the new ways that are used to analyze a person and their mind. Besides these two courses the department includes the basic skill classes' sewing which has added lingerie and sewing with knits and cooking, which includes Coed Foods and Mexican Cooking. If Y .ea I I 51- I . Nlorman Sagara Scott Sandie Don Shell V Frank Solosky X J K t N lik- -- , K" ' Stanley Steddom Marc Sutherland , Rick Valois g .. , AI Vaught ll 1 Il I . course offered in this department, added enthusiasm because U' .X I, ' A -F L 43 I l l I I I 1 T ' r ", lf . L ,f Dianne Malone Home Ec. David Flores Industrial Arts Frank Stipe Librarian Asst. Maude Denton Home Ec. Asst. it AAS, Q V ,, aw .,,,-.I Q, N. f f-::vr-.-ft, , as-g -Eel . - l Y Cherie Vela Felipe Vela Arthur Whyte Joyce Roberts Nurse 'S-f . IT' t fi. fl v I 'vu , .g. gig :. - ly ' , '. V. , . .A J ASSISTI NG CUR TEACHERS w. 14 A hr '-,,r Q -Tifi ' - qlggsll by L QL? x I Xqllqgr ffm. I . if .U ' ,ml rf' 13 l If .1 i,."a..Qg.k . , 3 .iii ' .W , Y I 'f45, l'iqWW , L Y S x X .V X X. V "J" , ,- f ix- . L X4 .. ', J ,!.f3.,55 .93 l- lr . .a ,A ., , 6 if .V .l A V Q I l, 2 iv 'rf My l' ' is Q: ,, ' lil fb' ' X l nl' V f Lupe Ayala Maude Denton Louie Dupuy Cora Futrell Molly Isenberg lean Kelly Kay Koyama Lula Lucey Saranel Mclntyre Warren Mullinax Kathy Nelson Bea Robinson 'W ' 'N ty H Elise Rosen A Adlene Silveira , -+4 ' Frank Stipe y' E251 f argl aaa Q-mfwil ' A: ' '- ' L 'ld' 'll L A Martha Tellez ,Q ,Q 45 I ' ', BillieThornton :K ' 4 R - , A -L5 Richard Vargas ' f ' , l' ' ' PaulZiegIer ' 1, , I V, A , V " Gary Taira V X fy -- ,V , fi VA " ' Occupation Adv .. A " ' I , y "wif" 'f L - ,. lq,E?.n,,1,,f init, x f V 1 ,... . Eib- '5s TEACHER S AIDES 15 Cafeteria Workers- "Alias The Sexy Bunch." Row 1: Glen linkins, Neva Huisman, Chole Resh, Esther Trigeros, Cec St. Amant. Row 2: Virginia Bateham, Dot Cote, june Garigliano, Christa Robinson, Rose Tuttle, Annette Plaggeq Custodial Workers-"Alias The Wild Bunch." 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WEL! 1 I " ' r l A 1 l 1.13343 ,Z V B EL 1: Z7 'I , El-31...Qr.l 1 5 2 'L-Q f,.. I. L' f- ,gf U gQ K1- L1 Mx, J Q I Ll L iv , N . ,rA-H r V, " 'inf . I, , M Une, .f. 1 ,.fn .' ..L ,V ! P Q F if '1 1'!3l:1' -w J' ui, I mga O x 'ff J 1 ' 'KA-1 -Ljlwl iii QQ! T' N r If-, - , x.! ' 9 l 3 YELL The l.V. Yell leaders got off to a good start this summer earning 4 ribbons at the National Cheerleading Association's camp at Pepperdine University in Malibu. The ribbons were: 1 honorable mention, 2 outstandings, and 1 excellent. During the year the j.V. squad manages to attend an average of four games a week. They cheer at all Freshmen, Sophomore, and junior Varsity games, and help support the Varsity Yell squad by cheering in the stands during Varsity games. l.V. Yell as pictured are: Row 'l - Cindy Vandermooren, Pattie Smith, Theresa Peterson lheadl. Row 2- Carol Driskill, Karen Sell, Roxan Weber. Row 3- Cheryl Flowers, Patty Fruhwirth. IUNIOR VARSITY YELL 25 X i I l A f ill 'll 'IXS7 is 1 1 1 5 ,wr .C--W 'L'-,.-..JS" ,:4,..,, , f,-U..,PlPg.L. U 36 " 'If C' 'Sn xF'?X'i Q41 i ,V fl 1 I ,' 6 . - 'V P' 'fi- 1, 1 ,r 4 ' ' A ' 5 ru' Q li J A 'fff x"'!:a 3 K ' "v ,I . ,Q .,g,.1'- ' f-1 1 L 9 5? 5'gi"gf W If ,AV ui-. . fl 'i' A 'ax f 2 1 G Q 9 , ! .5 ,' gn ' X ff' , ? X , , . 'x, A awp, I " ' . 5 'S , ' 0- f ,iw 'lik 4 1 wif ,MASH FLAG TWI RLERS Our flag twirlers experienced a problem this year. By the second week of school their sweaters still hadnt arrived. So . . . they borrowed sweaters, from the previous flag twirlers until they could get their own outfits made. They competed in Hawaiian Gardens and Lakewood Pan American parades. They also participated in competitions at Disneyland and Saddleback. To pay for uniforms and competitions they have sold candy, held numerous bake sales, a car wash, and a rummage sale. 1. Flag Twirlers: Lorida Pasillas, Sandy Selsor, Carol Merry, Nancy lepsen, Susan Henderson, julie Zimmerman Qheadl, and Sharon Camper. FLAG TWIRLERS 29 md f Y' -I-Av. -as 4 I 52 f'nfT7 X f 1 .qu w if 4 . .- ,iw :FCS f :aj A ib Ff- - ,-,af 2 'J' M' 'L I . .'iI,,4Z': . 'I 21' L' 'nl-Lf.-in ' F-"TS f xiffrxilk -UW Q PM W 5 , Q In ,W . 1 V 1 ,ff-5' " - f .--J an .l LISTE TO THE BA The Artesia High School Band adds a great deal to many school functions, including pep rallies, football games and assemblies. ln the fall, the marching Band recieved third place in the Artesia Parade and had four halftime appearances. After the busy football season, the band entered Concert season, which included several concert and festival appearances. The Stage Band is a select group of musicians who specialize in the sou nd of jazz and popular music. Appearing at several concerts and festivals throughout the year, the Stage Band is an exciting and popular group. 1. Head drum major, Bob Lyons. 32 BAND KH 4 4- 'H -nafwl-:.',. - + .,-f, 45 -I :. 1, E X, x ft . 5 1 A X .f-.- xl . L.: ..1- , , 1 , M, F I .vf D' ,V-.. f 'ffaafnff 'Nf'-'V , ,,. , DRILL TEAM ln August, six Drill Team members attended Hibbards All-American camp at Loyola University. Although they didn't place, they did learn something very important- a Drill Team must be a team, in their efforts and goals, as well as in their movements, in order to place. Drill Team takes the place of P.E. for the first semester. During this time they practice for rallies, halftimes, parades and competitions. They also plan and carry out many money raising ideas such as selling cards, posters, candle, coco, and hosting their 2nd Annual lce Cream Social. The money is used to pay for uniforms and competitions. 1. Drill Team: Ronda Burton 13rd Leaderl, Lori Wright 41st Leaderl, Cindy Vierregger i2nd Leaderl, Virginia Martinez, Anita Rohm, Ellen Lucas, Becky Lopez, Dorothy Sanchez, Alida Imperial, Teresa Dreessen, Kandy Lee, Katey Smith, Tami Clawson, Bernice Bernal, Shirley Burnes, Sheila Williams, Linda Garduno, Diane Blosfield, Laura Ortiz, Kelly Melvin, Robin Ford, Debbie Walker, Marsha Kulas, Elizabeth Lincoln, Karen Farris. 34 DRILL BANNER BEARERS The banner bearers preceed the band carrying the banner that reads "ARTESlA" The banner bearers as pictured are: Monique Veerhoff iheadl, Mary Vanderswartz, Debbie Sutter, Sharon Lafferty, Debbie Gaskins, Kathy Dowell, and Mary Van Diggle. The flag bearers follow the band carrying the red and white flags which bear Artesia's 'A'. The flag bearers as pictured are: Lisa Irwin, Robin Garrett, Monica Trapasso, Susie Milky, Wendy Gustafson, and Cindy Callahan. ' ' Both groups are an extention of the band and as such are 7 involved in all the activities that the ba nd participates in. The activities include parades, halftimes, and a fi.eld trip to San Diego. - E ' - R T ., " Q: 'T Lf' Artesia High has had a number of "different" rallies and assemblies this year. There have been many pep rallies in the quad and in the gym. At the rallies students urged each other to support after school activities. At one rally, there was a yell competition between the football teams. At another, the pep squads performed a skit about the first days of school, from 1st through 12th grade. A 50's rally and an assembly about the History of Rock and Roll, which was given by K.H.l., highlighted still other student gatherings. The Faculty Follies, besides being funny, was a money-raising project for the Sr. Class. Even the Student Body's annual Christmas assembly had uniqueness of its own. Who could forget our own black Santa, Leslie Allen, doing his version of "The Night Before Christmas," and the Day Care children singing carols? ln all, it's been a year of "Beginnings" l w i . U 5 36 RALLIES AND ASSEMBLIES r an aru ii! ,sr J R LLIES AND ASSEMBLIES DEM' V ,lf mmf nr THRU 5-iflff '- Captain johnfKHl during the History of Rock and Roll Assembly. The History of Rock and Roll as told by David Neilstone. 50's Rally. The crowd during the Rock 8: Roll Assembly. Pep Rally in the quad. Capt. john talking to students after the assembly. juniors performing in the 50's Rally Pep Rally in the gym being led by Varsity 84 IV Yell. Mr. Cowen, Director of Activities, talking with David Neilstone. The crowd durihg the 50's rally. RALLIES AND ASSEMBLIES 37 "fh- nl T 5-4 4 ,, ,Q , ELM-Jr . TS-F31 I Y.. w3T42 l I 3' fu E -ff?-4' I 1 J' , Lflil-L'. '- 'HDI 5 -. I r , i .ati .f s' -ii Ja tklglg 6 COMMUNITY THEATRE DRAWS. .SUPPORT With the production of the warm-hearted comedy One Foot In Heaven the Artesia High Student Body made an adventurous contribution to the ABC School District. Drawing from all elements of the community and financed by the Artesia Student Body the Tri-City Community Players were formed. In the late spring The Crucible was put into production while plans were being drawn for a summer show. It is hoped that the Theatre Company will become a continuing venture and a credit to Artesia High School and the community. The Board of the Theatre: Robert Faircloth, Directory john Henderson, Technical Director, William Cowan, Chairman, Katy Gray, Student Advisor, Bernice Shepas, Community Advisor, William Atkins, Promotionp and lohn Bethel, Publicity. :u 9 li? s L.,..,, 1. Christmas Dance. 2. Russell Goddard, and Joyce Farrow. 3. Bernie Figueroa. 4. Joyce Farrow, Bernice Bernal and Bill Heckeroth. 5. Georgina Godinho. 6. Cyn Navarrow. 7. lim Whaley. 8. Actors and Actresses from Ten Little Indians. 9. Dana Lu nd, Beverly Hexem, Frank Whaley, Cyn Navarro and lim Whaley. PLAYS 39 ATHLETES RAISE MONEY Athletic involvement plays an important part in the lives of many AHS students. In order to include their parents, and also raise money for equipment and uniforms, the players and coaches become involved in a number of different activities. The first of these activities is the pancake breakfast which is put on by the football teams. lust the fact that the coaches serve as cooks makes this activity worthwhile. There are also sports banquets for each season - fall, winter and spring. At these banquets the players are introduced and Most Valuable, Most Inspirational and Most Improved players are named. Food, punch, and soft drink sales also serve to help pay for much needed equipment and uniforms. Finn'- 1. Mike Flynn and Danny Cron. 2. Students and parents at Fall Sports Banquet listen to Coach Montgonery. 3. Raising money for the Cross-Country and Football teams. 4. Mike Flowers and Shannon McCIullen at pancake breakfast. 40 SPORTS ACTIVITIES -Q L.-L-. f - 6 3 5 f gint -ish-k 752 - . I Q M Q05-Qgilli-Q J , i 3 Q... ng-wh ,- 5-, '1 1 gl l 5. T .A gr X 7.1 5 ' ' ev xx' iw .i' V f X 2 ' N I ' Q if ' 1 I N :fa ' F ' ' " - ,.:i. -lu: . 1 . -.....-, V Q., ' 'ff'-rg-.-5 A KV- ' -- .- ' ":1"'LA .if --, ,- 279 4-, U- , , J.,'M: , , r, --...P 4- ? , sfl 1 4 of w ky 1' 1 i WL .J ' ,"f' , Jn..b7yI. ,Y az-1 , .1 -1 -, 44" a:v"' r. iv V , ,.,. V, ,., -. vs , L4!sv..,, "' 'WA + J' - ,V gm 11" ' 'v-ge , ,, 4.1! ,, w . . 'n-V . FUNWEEK. .A FLOP M. Pepweek went through a major overhaul this year. ln other words it was turned into a "Funweek". Instead of each class trying to think up the best rah-rahs, the purpose was to come up with and carry out the best theme. The Senior Class took on the theme of "Pioneers", the juniors became "Storybook Characters", the Sophomores' theme was "De Nada", while the Freshmen were "Freshmen". Unfortunately only a few students participated in dressing for their themes during the week. The junior Class ended up winning "Funweek" because of their make-believe basketball game against Gahr emu 'iii . .nu ,rmyfma ffl H- . S rj fr ii 1. juniors- Paula Garza, Raydeen Martin, Debbie Prosser, Konnie Selsor, and Susan High. 2. Seniors- Dorothy Sanchez, and Nancy lepsen. Freshman- Kelly Howard, Linda Kerwitz, and Kelly 3. Alexander. 4. Freshman Skit- Ed Giron, Russell Goddard, Albert Mendibles and Mike Wright. 42 FU NWEEK w Q ,n .mix - ,AV .,, 1 f Inj -' -,kilg-:gy', ja", '. ,N -- a..g.. 5--' , . gr . w T, U .. , ., W 5, ,W H x W Scuba- There are many new clubs this year related to various areas, and the Scuba Club is one of them. The students in the club know the basics of Scuba diving, some of them are certified divers. That means that they have passed a written test proving that they are qualified divers. These certified divers have been diving at the beach and plan to get underwater specimens for Mr. Noble. Louis Dupuy is in charge of the club, but he receives a lot of help from Tom Brown, President, Dave Stebbins, Vice President, Katy Gray, Treasurer and David White, Secretary. Horticulture- President, Danny Suniga and Vice President, Mike Escher help Mr. Sagara, Advisor, plan and carry out two annual plant sales. The money from these sales is used, hopefully, for a trip to the seashore and an annual year-end barbeque. The club also landscapes residential areas so they learn landscaping as well as how to plant flowers. Ecology- The Ecology Club isn't new, but there are more and more students realizing that they must put forth an effort to help mankind. The club members along with Bonnie Rexon-President, Debbie Ciaskins-Vice President, Nancy Leake-Secretary, Bill Heckeroth-Treasurer under the supervision of Mr. Noble take overnight trips to the desert to make ecological research studies. These students are also involved in the Ecological Awareness Program sponsored by Cerritos College. To help out, they had a paper drive, collecting newspapers and any other paper from students by placing a box, tlike the one Mr. Noble is painting on the opposite pagei, in different classrooms. Photo- The Photo Club has been meeting on Wednesday evening in room 303 in order to learn how to develop black and white pictures with the use of the dark room and the drying machine. Mr. Noble has helped the ruling committee Bill Heckeroth, Don Owens, Pat Prazenica, Dennis Rutherford, Mike Shanahan and the rest of the club learn the basic skills of photography. Many of the club members take pictures and develop them for the newstaff and a very few for the annual 44 SCUBA, HORTICU LTU RE F' D ,F .-.Q , , "'v. vw 'v.f"f.1' ...fa 4. ,QHYME ? ffaiafwiil 59- 'Sian Fi' wg: LASOQL- A, ECOLOGY, PHOTO 45 Thespians- The definition of Thespian is a dramatic actor, which gives away what the Thespians are. They are the play actors of Ar- tesia High. To be a Thespian you must earn a total of fifteen points received by performing and attending plays or working back stage. The officers of the club are Cynthia Navarro- President, Robbie jackson-Vice President, Mark Pyle-Sgt. at Arms, Vickie Coleman-Secretary and Lynn Green-Treasurer. They all work hard under the direction of Mr. Faircloth. Ski Club- This club represents another one of the many interests ofthe Artesia High students. The club was organized this year and his hopes for the years to come. Next year Mr. Sutherland, the advisor, plans on showing films, going on skiing trips and "doing something at snack." Qs L.: 2 46 THESPIANS, SKI i i l .... I 'E I , l . sc..:.L4e- ..' A 42.2. 1-max 'fri' ' News Staff- Working with Mr. Bethel, the news staff did a great job putting out the District Paper. Mark Montgomery was the Editor for the first semester, Pat Prazenica was Editor second semester and Gerri Rowland was the Sports Editor. M.G.M.- This group of students represent the Mentally Gifted Minors of Artesia High. They get together and attend various theatrical plays. M.G.M. we salute you! 1. Mr. Sutherland-Ski Club Advisor 2. Thespian Cyn Navarro pictured with lim Whaley 3. Thespian Beverly Rexon pictured with lim Whaley 4. Mr. Bethel-News Staff Advisor 5. Thespians Frank Whaley, Beverly Rexon and Robert Blush. NEWS STAFF, MGM 47 German Club- Mrs. Meyers, the Advisor of this club along with Pam Amogost-President, Linda Stoner-Vice President, Tammy Melbrick- Secretary, Sandy Ernest-Treasurer, and Charlene Sikes-Historian, help to make this club a growing success. They sold bagles at snack and candy during the year to use for trips to Old Towne, Alpine Village, Ervine and last but not least a weekend trip to the mountains! Surfing Club- This is another new beginning at Artesia, the Surfing Club. Mr. Sandie with the help of Sutton Scoltock-President, and Gregg Montgomery-Vice President planned surfing trips, parties and a Luau. C.S.F. stands for the California Scholarship Federation. The members of this organization visit different college and university campuses. They find out what is needed to receive certain scholarships and what is needed for their future careers. They are also interested in school service. Mr. Stanley is the Advisor. its 'SL 'er at x T 48 GERMAN mf' is- ! ', 3 4.--..-... 1 1 C.S.F., SURFING 49 WAYS 84 MEANS, GIRLS LEAG E PEP CLUB 84 Ways 81 Means is the Girls' League financial committee and the four members, Marita Correa-President, Irene Armendariz, Barbara Albertson and Beverly Albertson with the assistance of Miss DeFalla-Advisor help Girls' League raise money for different functions. Girls' League Board consists of twelve girls, Donna Tyra-President, Maritza Correa-Vice President, Laura Yanez-Secretary, Kathy Tyra- Treasurer, lan Williams-Historian, judy Williams Sgt. at Arms, julie Zimmerman-Publicity, Vickie Beller-GAA Representative and the three class representatives: Laura Turnbull-12, Debbie Prosser-11, Cathy Hurley-10 and advisor Mrs. Roberts. They represent the girls of Artesia High. They put on the Christmas Dance and plan many assemblies. Pep Club- This group is made up of interested girls that help the Pep Squad and Drill Team cheer at the games. Mrs. Vela is the Advisor. Pioneer Hostess is self-explanatory, it consists of the hostesses for Artesia High. The girls under the supervision of Miss Berge, Mrs. lones and Mrs. Carroll helped serve at the sports banquets, helped with the Adult Graduation, Open House and helped out the Conestoga Awards. 50 WAYS 84 MEANS, GIRLS' LEAGUE PICNEER HOSTESS HELP SUPPORT ARTESIA SING A SONG lt is very exciting to be a part of the singing groups at Artesia High. The three groups, the Madrigals at the bottom of this page, Girl's Lyric pictured at the top of the following page, and the A'capeIla choir at the bottom of the following page, take part in many different activities. They hold a Christmas Concert at Christmas time and a Spring Concert around Easter time in the Study Center in the evening, while they tour the elementary and lr. High schools daily. The singing groups also celebrate Valentine's Day in a special way. They sell singing valentines and on Valentines Day, fthe 13th of this yearll they sing their hearts out to all those lucky people that get Valentine hearts from friends and . . . enemies! The profit from the concerts, singing valentines and a few candy sales aid them in taking a trip to the Orange Fair, at which they perform, and going on various tours. All of this is carried out smoothly under the direction of Mrs. lellum, advisor, Blanca Rodriguez, President, Kathy Ann Noble, Secretary, and Donna Martin, Treasurer. Hi' 15: A -. ETA: 1- if , . C lg -'gl' - 3 N Y -- W fi 'B " J Y -XLT ., Us 11" "" ,."' i N' " - 'lim ' "fy, Q ' A, it ' ,, I , ' .1,, fry., 3 ri ' ' ." T5 - P V ' ' 1' lr A lf. ,. 1,.":M:2,t wtf' N M T 1 4' wig:-Full , , ji u p - 1.71 'V ' 4 171 '.. . '2'-3,1 'f f .a. ' ' - , ' 1 1 I 5 . . . l , ... . l nl i- 1' ,ll ,twill ' limi 'll' 'ily Jill' ' if 4 I , lf 5 :um -rr. - T ' 'F A 7"", 'Lllgll - Fil' 52 MADRIGALS li up L TO LAST YOUR WHOLE LIFE LONG Los Originales- This club has had many car washes to help pay for a trip to Marineland, a snow trip, two parties for the Child Care Center and a party for themselves. Everything was carried out smoothly under the leadership of Mike Salas-President, Gracie Gurrola-Secretary, Maria Gurrola-Treasurer, Placido Alvarez-Director of Activities and Miss Bran non-Advisor. Spanish Club-Mr. Paredes-Advisor, Maritza Correa-President, Irene Armendariz-Vice President, lohn Geist-Secretary, loey Figueroa-Treasurer, and Kim Marohl-Historian have planned candy sales, car washes and sold stationary and bulletin boards in order to go on various trips, such as their trip to Olvera Street. La Raza Unida- This is the largest club on campus and it has its own newspaper staff. The officers, Ernie Cabrera-President, Fernando Rameriz-Vice President, Dana Costa-Treasurer, Dianna Arrieta-Secretary, Sylvia Martinez-Sgt. at Arms and Mr. Hoyo-Advisor, along with the members sold donuts at snack to raise money for scholarships, had car washes to pay for various trips, came up with the idea for the mural for the gym and plan on working on a mural for the Child Care Center. 1. Larry Rodriguez 2. Trini Roa 3, Mr. Paredes-Spanish Club Advisor and Maritza Correa ..-...ug up L.-.-J.,-.-....,.. V .atm , - Z . A -4- 54 LOS ORIGINALES -.1 -.' -1.1 I 4 k X' I -5 I SPANISH LA RAZA UNIDA 55 56 ART Art Club- Pam Lincoln-President, Donna Milkie- Secretary and Robert Varela-Activity Coordinator help Mr. Armendez plan bike-o-thons to the beach, a snow trip and a very educating trip to the Huntington Library to study the art work. T.V. Production- Under the supervision of Mr. Henderson, the T.V. Production crew tape the sport events, and teacher evaluations. The crew also produces and tapes instructional materials of classroom use. They are in charge of all audio equipment and responsible for the stage, its uses and settings. junior Civitan- This club's main interest is in aiding those in need such as the mentally retarded. They put on a puppet show for the mentally retarded children and acted as babysitters while the childrens' parents attended special meetings. The club is also interested in helping out with ecology. They participated in the Ecology Club Walk and used the money they raised to send a deserving, underprivileged student to a youth seminar on government and free enterprises. Keep up the good work! 1- Mr. Henderson-T.V. Production Advisor 2. Mr. Almeida-Art Club Advisor and Pam Lincoln 3. Pam Lincoln and Bill Cliatt 5.,a-5 fQ it . .slilq 'flllnlfllllii YQ5 F1 7 . . v . awp--I. s f.- ,., 1933-"'g' .1 . , Q,11.,,..- -L. -1:4 L li' 4- --1, Sf' v f ,Ax AE: KAN 65553 95 X , v . X- . ,ol X - e e e , in :- 1 - - l g s, the gu s vvere 1 p sed to do ' le r .The mem' - rs attend Laker P ' , UQiQtal Martial Arts- Every is N 54' AQ! Toj e clu .NY ust be a n w a dressing up and weart e uni 1 r the Varsity sport ic rium and beach they sel co drinks at snack and set up nquets. u der the direction of Mr. H gh-President, meet in the gym to wor T e learned judo and Karate, and assembly for the student body Cabinet- Cabinet is the main part of the The members gather daily to discuss practically which our school is involved. The Student Body Ramirez-President, Nancy lepsen-Vice Pr Secretary, and Stephanie Yellin-Treasurer Representativesp Dorothy Sanchez-Senior, junior, Laura Ortiz-Sophomore, and Ron Freshmang and the appointed cot Leslie Allen- Athletics, Konni Selsor-Rallies and Assemblies, Dianne Chesebro-Publicity, Tom Brown-Organizations, Pam Teaqu Cultural Affairs, Sherilyn Rodgers-Public Relations, Laura Turnbull-Special Services and Cindy Clarke-Parliamentarian 58 VARSITY D ,li f 2. 1. Mr. Montgomery-Varsity Club Advisor 2. Tony Millard 3. Mr. Cowan-Cabinet Advisor ORIENTAL MARTIAL ARTS, CABINET 59 Annual Staff- Many people don't realize how much work the production of the year book takes. There are many times that the staff would like to throw words and pictures up in the air and let the page go into the company the way it lands. But no matter what happens they work hard and wait very impatiently for the final results: A Great Yearbook for the students of Artesia! Lfgbi " u-,Q mi , I 42 A V 1,- ' . .Ct-'FQ ' -"-if t . l " I ffl, f if , . Ai TA 6oANNuAL STAFF 3 les X f' llnllg arg., ng.. ll 'Q NNUAL STAFF ... ORE THAN JUST A CLASS 1. Cheryl Thompson, Lori Wright and Elaine Gutierrez 2. Karen Farris and Carol Merry , ludy Williams 3 4. Paul Lopp 5. KonniSelsor 6. Peni Kruger 7, lan Mann 8. Carol Merry and Linda Fruhwirth 9. The Annual Staff lAdvisor Sgt. john Hundley is taking the picture.i ANNUAL STAFF 61 RTESIA HIGH Attention! Forward march! Hup two, three, four . .. all are familiar commands and chants of our Cadets. Beginning a new tradition this year, girls are more than welcomed into this organization. Car washes and field manuvers keep this group in shape physically and financially in order for them to perform successfully in parades and rifle competitions. Commanderlohn Grahm, 2nd Commander Bill Maupin, 3rd Commander Charles Young and 1st Lieutenant William Percival, with the advice of Captain Popp help lead the Artesia High Cadets to many first place trophys. SCHOOL'S CADET CGRPS l 62 CADETS 6 .. lv. L, i l- l I+ r-3, ' A I- V1 l ll ' l 'L . 4 I i Y L , . w:J:a-g.?.,.,,7.-,'g.,. , , - ,O - -, - -""' 7 " Miiz. '-Sf "T :rf , -se-U- l 1p-u7,,:- -.+A I N. ...ip , 'Qs if ,,..4q,.,,...,f- ara xi K K3 'fs . , K 'wx ,K gg- an a I. My Xiu, iid, . in ,, ,H ,sa 4-- In In .f ,wx . 52 W ig EXE Q.. ,, nv Carmen Aguinaga Mary Aguirre Lawrence Alfaro Leslie Allen Robert Alonzo Naomi Apodaca Nora Aragon Pamela Armagost Irene Armendariz Margie Atanacio Evangelina Balandran Randy Bangma Elizabeth Barriga Phyllis Bartheld Robert Batistic Dennis Beam B1 B Vickie Beller Dottie Benson luanita Bernal Cora Bird 2 A fin ' Bruce Blabon Roberta Black Diane Blosficld Geoffrey Brackeen f,f ,A.. 1, Larry Brandon Sharon Brandon jesse Brown Mike Brown 1 .1 -'T 1 - Thomas Brown Robbie Burns Ann Burrell Karen Burson i SENIORS6 4 l '05 K Sue Campbell jim Carlile Ken Carter Javier Castillo lan Castner JoAnn Castronovia David Chavez julie Connor Robin Byrd Ed Cabrera Vicki Cady Dennis Camire Charles Campbell Chris Campbell Glen Campbell Patti Campbell .im -54 5 , ' vig.-' u William Cook Maritza Correa jackie Cosio Teresa Cota Nancy Craft Pamela Croft joe Crawford Debra Croasdaile ,e BSENIORS Edwin Dinkcl Pc-nnio Donalhan joe Donovan Debbir? Drecsson jame5 Drcvchxhl j.1n0tDriskilj lronc Dudrtv Rich Ebbc-ls Pat Enlner Mike Eschvr Nor.1Esr'oIa jos0phEstr.ld.1 Terry Evans Karen Faris Cheryl Figueroa Bruco Finnsson 93 loy Fisher loseph Fleege lake Fletcher Nato Flores Mike Flowers Dianna Fowler Linda Fruhwirrh Ronald Gallego Yolanda Garcia Becki Garduno Vickey Gavel Joe Geist Tony Genovesi Gladys Gilley Bob Glenn Russell Goddard Nasa -F - - - 4..,,eW,-L I if ' U 'N I-5 - I .The Brains! Robert Stone 3.921 Mai' ie Atanacio 3 85 Not Pictured: S - 1 Tom Vega 3.845 Debra Croasdaiie 3.8165 Lori Wright 3.811g Richard Ebbets 3.755 Karen Farris 3.735 Ray Offerdahl 3.715 Beverly Rexon 3.68 and lames Lowe 3.67. Donna Tyra Senior Class Princess, Irene Duarte Robbie jackson and Cynthia Navaro. Nato Flores ,.i,-1 fir! 1, rf fff? 42 , ' I l , A ' if M1 - - ' I f . , i, -x I L Ig xl-fx. ' K- s- X-A ,.,,l rf' gg r r 3fQj.5-1 7 N " P .. 21? Q 3 'I X , . I vw X. I 7. xg ,.f.f'3 .Q k 'Y X -,, N 1'-' .r. 3 llffl' Or 1 ta! 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A 52 R 'Q' janet Driskill Carol Merry julian Estrada Tom Brown Ed Dinkel Georgina Godinho Lucy Gonzales Debbie Gorseth linux- Gum-rrt-1 Celeste Gozdun John Graham Kathryn Gray Della Grint 4 su 72 SENIORS Graciela Gurrola David Hauser joseph Hawley Don Hayes Elma Hegwood Darrell Hensley Gilbert Hernandez Kathie Hexum Vinetta Heywood Steve Hisey Scott Horeisi Annett Howell Theresa Hutchinson Art Holland Toni Ivins Iva lackson Robbie Iackson Nancy lepsen Robert lohnson Kathy lonte Susan Kamilar Bonita Keller Dennis Kelly Marjorie Kelm SENIORE Mike Kelm Dave Kennedy Mike Kennedy Karen Kingsbury Greggory Knapp james Krebaum Peni Kruger Thomas Kulas Vonda Lafferty Darrell Lane Regina La Paglia Linda Laughon Glenyss Leach Robin Le Faine Pamela Lincoln lim Lowe iw 6--as .ilk lohn Lucien lery Main Ianice Mann Phil Maras Kim Marohl Donna Martin Scott Martin Debbie Martinez Delilah Martinez Gloria Martinez Teresa Martinez e Margaret Mattina Fairlene Multon Guadalupe Mendez Laura Mendivil lohn Menezes Dave Merritt Carol Merry Bill Milkle Marco Millard Matthew Milosevich Mark Montgomery jo Ann Moor Tony Mora 76 SENIORS 'i1"f2: R Pierre Morales Raul Morales john Mosby Karen Mossa Sharon Mossa Marylane Mc Williams lack Mc Laughlin Carole Mc Manaway Shannon Mc Clellan Kathleen Mc Caffrey Linda Myers Wendelin Myers Cynthia Navarro Dana Nelson Pete Nieto jeanette Noll T SENIORS 17 Q- ,944 Qu .gill fl' I Wx Iris ' .. F l www 5,34 0 l. Senior Class Advisory Mr. Ryder Z. Ruby Osborne and Della Grant 2. Senior Class Counselorg Mr. Bess 4. Pat Entner and lan Williams 5. Glenn Campbell, David Chavez and Rusty Reyes 6. Mr. and Miss Howdyg Dorothy Sanchez and john Di Francesco 7. Karen Farris, Dorothy Sanchez, Laura Yanez and lanice Mann. 78 QFNIORQ sm 4 55 . ii. v, - ..1A A gf.:-11 "Wi , 'U V as ' I 11 -cf' W' ' Rig,-.f l 4 : ..l ,, lb , mf, i Lgw. it I . 0 .AH V. Q ll it ' 1 F i .f' -as ki inf ft 1 x . i , A us. 1 ,. , , u J . , I ' 'iff .lf ' gl- mf- , H .,.... I ,...,.., - , :0:'2f' -- 3'7" . a u 0 'u " - 5,91 " A' .'-o..Q, I 0.0 p - U' Q y. .- 'pi daft M' ' i.. 2 Yu" 1 ESX 2 , ,A all ' 4 - at-:, ' M- tiff, Q1 .tr ' .. ilkj-7 'Fixx 4-ny -,l Debbie Croasdaile, Elsie Silva, Debbie Sommers, and jackie Cosio. Nora Pearce and Debbie Shugart Lori Wright, lan Williams, and Carol Merry. Patti Campbell, Peni Kruger, and Debra Gorseth. Karen Farris and Robert Stone. SENIORS 79 80 SENIORS Demetria Pascual Arnie Pasillas Cheryl Paynter Nora Pearce Mike Peele Mario Peila Patricia Peltier William Percival ludy Peres Beckie Perez Mike Perrotta Cathy Piper Barbara Pope Ron Portillo Heidi Prickett Mark Pyle ,Q tiff, i ' fwftf Eddie Ramirez Eva Ramirez Gene Ramirez Hilaine Ranftle 9 Carol Ravenscroft Allen Rea Susie Reed Beverly Rexon Eva Reyes Rusty Reyes lohn Rhoden Sandra Rivera Qi Blanca Rodriguez Eduardo Romero Al Roybal Ken Russell x - SENIORS 81 fx Lynn Russell Melchor Salas Dorothy Sanchez , Mike Sandoval xy lanis Sawyer Linda Schneider 'L' Richard Schultz Karen Schultze an. -'l I 'df' Y H 82 SENIORS Diane Secofsky Sandy Selsor Terry Sericchiav William Shadoan Diane Shen Kimeko Sheppard lo Shinn Debi Shugart Charlene Sikes Elsie Silva Manuel Silva Rick Sinclair jeff Sloan Kathy Smith Paula Smith jesse Solis Arthur Sotelo Mike Sovich Robin Spohn Corden Spring 1Carl Springer 3Greg Stevens Dale Stinson Robert Stone Linda Stoner Debby Summers Kathi Swanson Delca Sweetwood Cindy Tapp Andy Tenzer Daryl Thomas Louis Torres Edward Tovar Linda Trapasso Eugene Tubbs Laura Turnbull Susan Tuttle Susan Tyler Donna T ra Y David Ueberroth lulian Waites Darrell Waller Momoyo Watlanabe Stan Weger lohn Weirick Leona Weitzel Arron Wieser lan Williams ' Don Underwood Carl Varela Robert Varela Olga Vega Thomas Vega Adolfo Velez Dennis Wade Paul Wadley ludy Williams Robert Williams Ronald Woodruff Nancy Woods Lori Wright Laura Yanez. Stephanie Yellin Leslie Yuponco Mary Ann Zabresky julie Zimmermann Robert Lyons Ray Offerdaul K . I Terry Bass g Senior Class Officers Maritza Correa, Treasurer, lim Lowe, Sgt. at Arms, Dorothy Sanchez, President, Laura Turnbull, Girls League Rep., Laura Yanez, Secretary, Not Pictured Nato Florez, Vice President. Russ Goddard, Manuel Silva, Gene Ramirez. Senior Class Advisor Mr. Atterbury. Senior Class Princess Candidates Susie Reed, Lisa Pasqual, Carol Merry, Irene Duarte. Karen Farris, Lori Wright, lan Williams. SENIORS 87 , T U ' 'Al' , I A- . l P f"1 ,ii,,,gwv 0 .- ' -, ..,,,.1 1 A V A , ' ' - ---. ,i g gi N jg, N . ., A ' ' . U 9 I If A - ' 'Z , Q , Q . -' Q Hg rr dl-4 ,ue ,cg PM L s,f,"-xiii." ' -' 4 man n -l ,. v h lltvv r. A ,g,.,:,' D . ,5 1, - , ,, 1 H-sg 'psf 54 - me 333- Q Q ggf gL jf ' ... , "V V.h.,.Q,,, 1, ....' T" ....' ' -'Q ' .. - , V V F- - A I . m . .I Q. ,. ' F.. E. x.. W ! . Y -'DQ ', -- ' wi -.., ' . . 1 ' A"i V' ' fr -ff v' ' 'EX .y I '- rf gt M I , ' ' , " 'pf'-l"f "4 J' if a qua , f v Y . 5 2' F' 6- 1' . . ll 4, : 1 ' 1' fx 'L tv f f . ri --if! " I ' ity' ' ' 0 I N" A 4 f' f ,fs YU My If Q 3 f' A Hn 1 .J ...., f -- ff 1 ,iq b -,av fha u l ll . i ' i l 21 4 ' t i i i , N ,N r ij'-L:ti5.,.1.rb 71 tt S b . tx 5 - , '. l ' .J-'1' "5 F " ' f l 9 ii ' . ' I' he fl lsiijfij?lQQifvwii'llsbea class 'unique in y c i A th HighSch0Ql.lt f t ' B ' Y b r y largest Freshman classes y J V . , y ever 05-3t'tYe1EdA.ifgrtesiaparboundary change . ' y - 'hintheclirstnrjegandiafnew high school P ' t t Iii r atedachgQlEQgetothisgr a,d4uating P l' li w Xf cla .AhighggQQfEQ3ntage.6fgthe,class . ' was lost td t,liQ'-f6iQhQ,rAtsChools within the A f 1 districtp stqds51jtsjofflless'er fortitude -' l might Imayewkdftq meettthis crisis . All Ulf t Uv not the Sgf1'l6liSXi3Qf7?l. - s f They reccgglered frorh this deciematioljllol thelrtclassjiind through the leade'rs,h'ip Oflpgrsqgns such as Gene Rami,lgez,5Dorothy and other dedicated students, they V Werreidlile to meetgrid su'ibsequ,ef1tly defeat almost all the challenges' presented throughout their four yearsgffltisflhoped thetfuture classes will lteiable' to use the'Cl'aiss of '74 as an example of how to meet adversity and ' 'change with courageiand understending. v - 'V 1 "Q-YZ' R. - V , ,. ,1- st. " LJ ' 7 vi , aff' . '?::'i'l' 4' U 'Q 334 A 1 1 1' . . i,: 5 . 0' , A a v V VCV Lf P' It 1 Y f 8 wig i 5 1 Q., gre wi ,A M, Q ,1 Q f' ' . 1' mg: V .N H .---, x -M al' 3 R I'- ,r L .0 -Q-'T H I '- I x, Q ' f 1 Q 3 -lf:'A'f4" rg , 2 ' .A' :U A "'- lm 1 Us hh. '. - ' - A 'ilu-53 'H fz 'V 4 ' 'Q L O , ,a i A Q 'F . Q, 1 .yy 'A 1-I x'! 'uf ,Sv -. I 1 v 1' fi L, + ' 1' - -. -H55 aV'1p... fn-af 1 ilu! JD If A- ' . rv . . , r - N ... ' Q . , V , . .f- . 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Rz1ulMoralcs 90 SENIORS Mike Flowers and Darrell Lane Sandy Selsor and David Ueberoth. Margaret Mattina, Bob Batistic, Sara DeLong, David Hauser. Theresa Hutchinson. Russ Goddard, Glen Campbell Rusty Reyes. 7 SENIORS 91 1 iff .j " XXGfp1..i'-54g .mT"":"...,g.....XXX3Wf1.X.wXmX f' f Tig" 'Xi' " --I ' 'L ff. lb -1 HXX' 415.1 L" -' 'X'TE'H.jfX"V"".'f "' 32',X"3+5: XX'X"+7fX.XX"'-'-- WX 'XPLMT 9' ......X X. - .-. X ., ,N .XXG5-X X-,y,XX. .e , .'.:.ff,--4. 1. I5 A . Rf "' A "7 Y ' "' .H .2-i:'f'.-'-., 5' 1' TWV? if 'A -G55 - ' ' " ' ' ' .X far ., : .L 1 .-1 , -A-V ' '--- -M XX ii, . X X , . . . X . X . X . X X X X . 4 .' W ' X X ' X W 1 3. X . X . X 1 ,-rg'-mini K 'M' W ' ' 5 w : 3" . A In 5" : "jx X 2' w fr!-V X' L.r.,QXM1-: fi 'X .X ' f .X H X! r Q, u X m ' N' '-.1 -' K ' wi.. . ' . X . - : X ,X 1 ' XTX XXX.. XXX L X 'JXV' uw .3 j :'5 wyv-,X gy.. X.e:'.?X!,....z' wif'-vVfw...' .'X5XQ?uaXwT.CQ. 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' '. 5 .,Z,, 1: .ri '- ' 'nz . , wi f 'w5fwfw Ile?.!ae-,vaf,fe12'f A W ' ' 'rflganiiini 4'5F5Lw -ai 2 - gm L "if" " ' "'f""F'.l'f'.'?Q, A 'Ulm-V. ,-rv-fisf mn-w.f'f. M i?1w.:yf M -.L1 lf f- 2, :gg-Qfvsyial It 'T 75lKQ!if1f-ifgkiigjfhnmiigg lW,QQ,4:f:V' gg if .V Y' ' -Q: A '--Q: ,gf 112. 1,-- al 1 VJ-r " ,, -..,ML.+1a 'Vww ...Ag 1 i Ve, Xml- - 54 F A Ni? f ..J.i1?iS,j5Q- '-',m.,3jg-j'i,,1A- . 1 ,r ' 5 ' , 9 I "H+ E3 I ' , 'fri x ' , nm A u mf Q , v'J1 IG1LLQ?,i'vf'+A7ziiiiCie'lfdj'?gJ L N- F Hug., - F' - 1 -xi. aaa! Tu M 3. il wir, ii.. - F. .1 Bonita Lynn Keller , Girl's Glee x New Life- ,. 'rl , Y, , 2 Dennis Kelly '- ' 1 I Majorie Anne Kelm Mike Glen Kelm Dave William Kennedy Band-4 yrs. Varsity Tennis-4 yrs. f- ' - Mike Kennedy . Karen Susan Kingsbury ' Drill Team ' N Greggory Paul Knapp , - limes Allen Krebaum Peni Kruger F.H.A. Annual Staff ' r l Thomas William Kulas Vonda lean Lafferty .Band - DarrellRay Lane 'f. Varsity Basketball-3 yrs Freshmen Basketball All Tourney Team Regina LaPaglia Girl's Lyric Drama i I I Y ,J Nl' nl Q Q yi 1 . 0 . 'L "7 7 'gf if " , 5 ' ' ' H . . , Ji' 5 . " .xc n .1 jg! " W -' D . o ' i. LV ' K 4 , Q 'fy 1 i F .P ' Q -MM L"-" i 1 " I ' of ' .5 A . 2 Qs? 'A Fu I . M V , 1 1 f Q 'N 'Q'-1 -1 , -r -. . j j - If A, W ,X -X" 9.3 . ' "7 - . .h V' F, ' 'W tlnfo-wb. F. M, -,. ltr Afir' 3. '-u D, H , "L -'f-:i5.i1niI?lfl'1"1'1',vNj., ,1 Q 'I : x xi- "Wy 3--my . -.. , V -,v , . . , ,B ffiinyiv Q v ' '34 1 QL X gp YP' ' ,I ' -r , - - . . , ' ' -if A "Q" in 'fflfksf-ff-.'-',V "'v'T!. '- " ' ' ' . ,-Q ' .- 36 1 ""0'?3w:.fv.,- ,F-' '. 'M ' , ., A- Y ft"""'Wif-+4 -N A- 1' 4 -1-' I-'V Q" ' ' , " ..L-,mllp ..-..,,.., -W, ' 'I ink. as ,fn -V , .T , - 4 . .-- .1-,T . if ,- . , 4--msg. - -w,lw41f",'.gy,f.i1 umm " - ' is .4 Q 2- 1, 4 ' 1u.JW1'-I. ff! v '--'Y ' '- ' 'f- . . ,V ' ,fy . :SHA 'Q -4 f ' 4 -1 A " ' Y '- 1" IJ: . 1 - 1 i 'I Q ' ' 392: ' r VV ., ' ' L' 'f Y 1 ' Q ' if N! ug, "' 'fum'-P 'X Ai vii'-1 ' 'Q M am-M6555-Liiii. -W-41 lyjv.. Q il ' I Varsity Yell Girl's Lyric jesse Solis Swimming Arthor Sotelo La Raza Mike George Sovich Gordon Wesley Spring Campus Life Carl Springer Greg Allen Stevens Varsity Baseball All-League Baseball Dale Marty Stinson Robert Maurice Stone Band Boosters Varsity Tennis Conestoga Medalian Linda Sue Stoner German Club C.S.F. Tennis Debby Summers Kathi Swanson Delca Ruth Sweetwood Cindy Tapp Andy james Tenzer Daryl Lynne Thomas Louis julio Torres Football-4 yrs. Basketball-2 yrs. Edward Tovar Linda Theresa Trapasso Band-2 yrs. Stage Band Eugene Allen Tubbs Laura Marie Turnbull Varsity Yell Cabinet Girl's League Rep. 96 SENIOR DIRECTORY Susan Marie Tuttle Susan Tyler Donna lane Tyra Girl's League President Varsity Yell Drill Team David William Ueberroth Varsity Soccer Conestoga Award-P.E. Don Edword Underwood Carl Anthony Varela Robert Varela Art Club Olga Vega Thomas Vega C.S.F. Football-3 yrs. Conestoga Award-P.E. Adolfo Velez La Raza Unida Los Latinos Soccer Dennis Wade Paul Lawrence Wadley julian Keith Waites Darrell Waller Stanley Andrew Weger Football-3 yrs. Basketball-2 yrs. john Weirick Leona Michele Weitzell Arron Dale Wieser Police Science Club Baseball-3 yrs. janet Lou Williams Annual Staff-2 yrs. Varsity Yell Girl's League Hist. Judy Leigh Williams Annual Staff-2 yrs. Girl's League Sgt. At Arms Modern Dance-3 yrs. Robert Williams Ronald Max Woodruff Nancy lean Woods General Assembly Homecoming Queen Lori Kathleen Wright Drill Team-3yrs. lLeaderl Annual Staff C.S.F. Laura Yanez j.V. Basketball Stat. Girl's League Sec. Drill Team Stephanie Judith Yellin Varsity Football Stat. S.B. Treasurer junior Civitan-Pres. Leslie Remo Yuponco Art Club Mary Ann Zabresky julie Ann Zimmerman Flag Twirler-2 yrs. iHeadl Majorette Madrigals a.-,..,..- ...- lil , . il ll llll 2,5 WSG A .1 . l F - r W 3, 0 ii, ' 1-l, a Q A l J I Pigilfiiilif . ' w an-i .' y M A J ' f ,E i e ! A xis? 1 I- 'f -WQWJZ ' , , di' " 'A 5 Pit - .. ' - . g ,fy ftixfe .- F V 5934. ',-'Efi CTTQ Q ADFSZ li 1. Rusty Reyes, Carol Merry and 71 Donna Tyra. 2. Ron Portillo. 3. David Pagaduan, Mike Cardinal, lake Fletcher, Mike Kennedy, Mike Garcia and Carl Varela. 4. jackie Cosio, Virginia DeBoise and Tom Vega. X 5. Iva jackson and Ann Marie D'Angelo. 6. john DiFrancesco and Mike Flowers. SENIORS 97 0 S NX , 1 o--4 1 a 5.4 as-up 1 ,. .1-1 -.1 is 1 1- X 1, KSN - l l l 49. . SENIORELLAT OF THE YEAR Of the twenty girls chosen as Seniorellas only one can become Seniorella of the Year. She is the one who can catch the committee's eyes as having the best personality and appearance. That one girl is . . , well ... the best. J, l The girl chosen as the best for 1974 was i born in Montebello, California on june 16, ' 1956. She attended Melborne Elementary School and Killingsworth junior High School in Hawaiian Gardens. She later attended 1 Tetzlaff lunior High School in Cerritos and is now a student at Artesia High School. Our top Seniorella was junior Class Princess and is now Senior Class President. She is on the Intra District Transfer Committee and the Inter Group Council. She has been on Annual Staff for 2 years L and has been Baseball Statistician for the past ," 2 years and is currently holding that position. F l I Our seniorella of the year, Annual Staff's one and only, is Dorothy Sanchez. Congratulations! Seniorella of the Year-Dorothy Sanchez-February . 1 - Maritza Correa-september Vinetta Heywood-September Cheryl Payneter-October 98 SENIORELLAS X 1 AFA 'W - Laura Yanez-October Susan Kamilar-November Susan Reed-November ' - I Linda Laughon-December ludy Williams-Decembel Karen Kingsbury-january 1 i 1 Kathaleen McCaffrey-january Kim Sheppard-February Elizabeth Barriga-March v ' ab N S- I . 4 1 W ' gl. julie Zimmerman-March SENIORELLAS Here they are! Twenty of the best! Many more girls qualified for the honor of being a Seniorello, but the faculty committee that chose them was forced to limit itself to only twenty . . . unfortunately For those girls who would like to be considered for Seniorello, may we remind you that your goal is based not on your grades, but oh'your personality and appearance. The committee watches for that little freshman girl who blossoms into a young lady during the course of her high school career. Of course, the committees's goal is to see every senior girl at Artesia become a Seniorella, especially one like Dorothy Sanchez, Seniorella for the class of 1974. Congratulatio ns, all of you! 100 SENIORELLAS Larmen Aquinaga-April Celeste' Cioldun-April 'susan Ivlvr-M.iv Sara De Long-May ,XX Irene Duarte-lune l0Y FiSl16f-IUDG ' '-, b 11.4 -V - , ,I-A ,Q --., vii vxlk 4 I ii 'xlgl-. If 5 - fu Qu, if -70 ,F ,Rd +,.'H X if ir ' 1 1 .QS wx Q.. : bf-,gg-f., - K C f ' !i5.'I'1'-1'.i'3 '. .V ' "5 . W BECUMI BECOMING 101 UNIORS 1. junior Class Officers, President Raydeen Martin V.P. Gracie Trujillo, Sec. Treas. Gracie Trujillo, V.P. Susan High, Sec. lanette 2. Montoya Stanley 3. Joyce Farrow, janet Ennis, lanette Montoya, Diana Morris, Teresa Danton, Debbie Prosser, Susan High Pam Adkins john Aguinaga Leonard Aguirre Steven Alderette Kerry Altis Barbara Amaro Suzanne Anderson ' Margaret Andrade Patty Angeledes Cecilia Apodaca Richard Aragon Gloria Arrieta Eddie Aston Don Atkinson Avila Adolph Tom Ayala Elmer Ayers lohn Babb Rosaura Baladran Alan Barbari Shirley Barnett Louisa Barriga Marty Bartee Ron Baughman Walter Bauwens Walter Bean Cecile Beckers Ruth Benson Gary Bernard David Binkley Richard Bird Mickie Bisson Carol Black Kandy Black Girard Boardman Ronald Boone Benny Bowman Pat Brady Steve Brockel Michael Buchanan joe Bulisco Doug Burson 102 IUNIORS F4- Ronda Burton Vickie Cabana Ernie Cabrera Frank Cabrera Kim Campbell Sharon Camper Sylvia Campos Cynthia Canizales Michael Caraway Robert Carlson Tom Carmona Frank Carrillo Mike Carroll Crystal Carter Diana Cartwright joy Casey Gilbert Castillo Greg Castro Ron Castro Blanca Chaidez Diane Chesebro Cindy Clark Tami Clawson Bill Cliatt Phillip Coleman Richard Coleman Vickie Coleman Pat Conroy Lori Cooter CLASS OF 1975 -L , - ,Z - g, Linh? 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I-Q7-P J'f?'f' 'ff film? f 7 9 eff vi UB if x - Q .. , tv I 45 ' I5 'L Vaughn Hetzel Gary Hewett Susan High Pam Hodges Teena Holmes Lori Holt Ann Hopkins Kathy Howard Richard Howard Elton Howe Renee Howell Paula Hunter Kenneth Hurley jackie Hutton jose Jimenez Barbara johnson X. is 5 5.1 N I.. .. .p -1 gn Ron johnson joe johnson Kim jolly Tracey jones Michael joy Sheila Kamerick Chris Kelly john Kelly Bobby Kennedy Paul Kesselring james Kirby Mike Kirby Ken Knowlton Steve Koon Shelly Krebaum Kevin Krikorian Charlie La Paglia Sylvia Landreth L... .,. mf M, - -SQ Steve Lane Kim Lantello Ted Larson Kay Lawrence Bill Le Noir Nancy Leake Martin Lee Sandra Lee Sharon Lee lim Lentz lulianne Leonard Danny Leplat Shannon Lewis Iaunita Licon Cathy Lindberg Teila Lisi Vickie Livesey Stacy Loehr Becky Lopez Paul Lopp Lynn Lovingood Alma Lozano lody Lucas Dana Lund lose Macias Linda Macias Maria Macias Martha Macias Bill Macias Mark Macknicki Tim Maher Luis Maravilla Vince Marchetti Raydeen Martin Mike Martinez Amber Maxwell Dru Mayers Steve McConnell Roy McCulloch Pat McManaway Lori Mellen Mike Melvin Romelia Menchaca Eric Merriman Donna Milkie 1. Kim Lantello, Bill Le Noir 2. Kim jolly, Bill Perry 3- Cheryl Thompson 4- Dennis Donathan ,isa-'tflk-"f'L1J':'?F A 4 - .ai 1.07 1. Konni Selsor 2. Iunior Class Advisor, Mr. Flores 3. Robin Ford 4. Ken Moniz, Phyllis Mormino Francoise Milligan Bonnie Mitchell Lesley Molineux Ken Moniz Roy Montero Eduardo Montes Randy Montgomery lanette Montoya Shirley Moor Richard Morales Diana Morris Tony Morrison jeff Morse leri Mowatt loann Murillo . Sue Anne Musick ' Edward Navarro Russ Nelson Shirley Nelson Susan Niemeyer Frankie Murguia Cathianne Noble Robin Noll Karyl O'Brien Darrell Ochoa lo Ann Oddo Keith Offenbach Ramona Olson joe Ortiz Benny Osburn Vickie Pacheco Mike Parenteau Lorida Pasillas Sharron Pepin Rebecca Perez 108 IUNIORS U! -'S I 6 f 7-iw-' 'Shes- H: -o.,,M 1. Tami Clawson 2. Dave Stebbins 3. Debbie Gunning 4. Ruth Benson, Karen Hildebrand Sidney Scoltock Robert Seely Konni Selsor Anthony Serrecchia Sharon Shaddan Ginger Shugart jerry Simkins Bruce Sinclair Alice Skaggs john Skelton Larry Smiley Kevin Smith Robert Smith Tammy Smith Oscar Solis Sherry Sowder Greg Spohn Dave Stebbins Wendy Steen Susan Stenberg Cindie Stephens Sharon Stephens Thomas Stewart james Stinson Mark Strasser Sheryl Strietzel Louie Su niga Ken Sutter Grace Sweeney jeff Tabbert Laura Tanner Pam Teague Gary Teets Irma Tenorio Cheryl Thompson Terry Thornton joe Toste 11o1uNioRs . .. W. . . -.1 . , A , ,I . '-...fl . , V . xdnf., .1 A ,A . ,N,. .-'a- , , ,. -. -I " 5,-UI f - T QQLWPXQ- ' ' . ., .. , ,we .J I Q ,I-i...g,-5 1' , ., S , 1 ,. U v 1 .. . .. 1 R,-Lv ' 'a "lst, 7 nf!! . ,L'--122 Q' ,, - N 1 , ,- L s. i .U ' 4, 1 'TQ -- " Paul Tovar Gracie Trujillo Ron Ulery Steve Valencia Tina Valle David Van Leeunen Cathy Van Valkenberg Darlene Vantrease Becky Varela joel Vasquei Arthur Vega Monique Verhoef Brian Versyp lanice Viano Bill Viayra Cindy Vierregger Maria Vigil Mary Vigil Andrew Villagrana Wayne Wager Dennis Walden Kenneth Walden Carol Walker Donna Walker Cindy Wallace Robert Waltrip George Welsch Whit Whitaker Lorri White Dwayne Whitney Mike Wilder Sheila Williams Bruce Willis Tony Wilson Sandi Winningham Bill Womack Mike Wright Angie Yingst Anna Young Charles Young l ':C""x l -.L Randy Zyski IUNIORS 'l'l'l THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1976 1. Sophomore Class Officers Vickie Ramirez Nice Presidentl Laura Ortiz lPresidentl Dana Costa lSecretaryl luanita Estrada Ureasurerl. 2. Lisa Irwin, Mike Simmons. james Abbott 4 N , .M i 1-If:-,. l 9 ' li 411 ii ' f . .. i, Charles Abs Ruth Adame Beverly Adkins Louis Aguilar Barbara Albertson Beverly Albertson Maire Alfaro Timothy Allen Edward Alvarez Placide Alvarez t Gilbert Amaro joe Amaro Gary Andrus Lorenzo Anguiano Everett Aragon Diane Arrieta Rennie Atanacio Helen Atkinson Peggy Ayers Kathy Ballard Susan Barba joel Barrow 157 ' 'll A Belinda Barrow ' V Richard Bartheld Mark Bennett f Bernice Bernal Michael Bielan ' Judith Bill 1 , Christine Bishop Connie Blosser Donnie Blosser Marie Boucher Mark Boyd Tammy Brady lay Braner 112 SOPHOMORES ...A '-CN as Yo 'tt i' 1 n - V A -'J e'l ,J QW! .. -'F 3, , 'Cf F olil? fn. , I qi pi .'-a y y f .. ' . ,. i W, l'l 'Y, 5, F t. 74 1-rl! J Mitchell Brannies Steven Broadhurst Mitchel Brown Sherri Brown Susie Bryson lill Buchanan Donna Bullock james Bullock Shirley Burns William Burrell Becky Burton Nanette Cain Cynthia Callahan Katherine Camire Cynthia Campbell Laurie Cambell lerry Canham Oscar Cano Cynthia Caraway Stanley Carlson Loretta Carmona Timaree Carney Danny Carrillo Yvonne Carrillo Daniel Castillo lose Castillo Nick Cerfogli Gary Cesean Dilia Chaidez Susan Chavez Cathy Cochrane Ruth Collins Willie Conley Sylvia Contreras Denise Copelin Angelina Corbet George Correa Dana Costa Ryan Crampton Mark Crane Colleen Crise Sharon Criswell Cynthia Crow Deborah Cunningham john D'Angelo Adilah Dahoul Larry Davis john De Haan Kenneth De Kruyf. Dan De Rosier johnette Deadman SOPHOMORES 113 Paula Deckards Timothy Deckard Andrew Del Castillo Terry De La Rosa Timothy Denind Karen Desmond Carol Devine Michael Di Francesco Anthony Dias Melinda Donathan Cynthia Donovan Paul Dorris Donal Dowell Carol Driskill David Drye Karen Dungan Debra Dunn Robin Elkins Donald Entner Richard Epping Liz Esparza luanita Estrada Roberto Estrada Roger Estrada Laura Evans Laura Fahrenkrug loni Farmer Brian Faux Audrey Fee Cheyenne Figueroa joseph Figueroa Billie Fisher Edwin Fisher Sandy Fisher Sheila Flaharty julie Flaspohler Penny Fletcher Glenn Flicker Aurello Flores Cheryl Flowers Stephen Foster Robert Fragola Vicki Francis Frances Freitas Patty Fruwirth Susan Furness Shirley Gans David Garcia john Garcia Rudy Garcia Linda Garduno Marc Garnica Robin Garrett Debra Gaskins John Geist 114 SOPHOMORES ' 'sl ia. V J' ' N lla N mi T l l -u f la 0 If . - uf, -4 H . ' tr B 1 l l t ll .A T x 5 1' A, I :dll ' I, 'x I 1 -A Fu -i -fy 7 if .7 .., .,. , Y' xx l I' 1 , L1 4--. l'-F .Q 'I .1 5 .374 . f 1-".rg-,U . YF'- I l l I- JJ D-nl -1'- Sophomores a Work! 1. Vickie Ramirez and Ms. Malone 2. Timothy Rodgers Lorinda Gomez Grace Gomzales Marina Gonzales Michael Gomzales Roland Gonzales William Gooden Vicky Goodman Debbie Green Randy Griffin Don Grigsby Vicki Gross johnny Guerrero jim Gummels Maria Gurrola Wendy Gustafson Elaine Gutierrez Wayne Hadley Robert Hagen Peggy Hale Sherry Hasha Keith Hawkins Kandy Hensley Inga Hermenau Christina Herandez Colleen Heywood Howard High Mike Hill Eddie Hodge jeffrey Holland joleen Hooker Sue Hopkins Kathy Hunter Kay Hunter Kim Hunter Kathleen Hurley Antonio Hurtado Alida Imperial Lisa Irwin Glenis jackson Dane lako Tammy lepsen Roy jimeno SOPHOMORES 115 1. Princess Candidates: juanita Estrada, Anita Rohm, Geneva White, Anna Yanez, Cindy Sanders, and Tammy jepsen. 2- Sophomore Advisor: Mr. Shell 3, Sophomore Advisor: Mrs. Beardsley. Brian johnson jeffrey johnson Stephen johnson Kevin Kane Kim Kelly Shelia Kelly Marla Kester Gregory King Ramona King Elton Kino Mike Koska Cynthia Krambeck Robert Krause William Krogslund Marsh Kulas Dawn Lafferty Debra Lane Ronald Lane Walter Le Flore Greta Leach Elizabeth Ledesma Kandra Lee Michael Leeper Suzanne Lemons Elizabeth Lincoln Carla Lind Kit Lockhart joe Lopez janet Lopp Ellen Lucas jane Lucien Cynthia Luna jodi Lund Chistine Lyons Linda Maddox Kenneth Main Deborah Mallock jerry Marsh Peter Martin David Martinez Gisela Martinez Nancy Martinez Sylvia Martinez Virginia Martinez Douglas Mason Daniel McLaughlin Kerrie McVay Norma Medina Lynn Mellen 116 SOPHOMORES 1 , 'Z tl , xl ,i ' ft? '-'-. -'Zxff' . ii- K1 Kelly Melvin john Mercer Patricia Messina Susan Milkie Cathy Miller Heidi Miller john Miller jeff Mills Richard Mirabal Michael Mitchell Gregg Montgomery Rose Moralez Henry Moreno Roy Morrison Kevin Moses Patricia Mossman Cheri Muelker Stephen Muir Larry Munson Manuel Murguia Major Murray Robert Musick Edward Myers Tresa Nicholson Anthony Nix Debra Noble Maria Nunez Thomas O'Brien Gene O'Cull Elizabeth O'Ram Larry Olin Frances Olson Katherine Olson Daniel Ortega Laura Ortiz SOPHOMORES117 1. Sophomore Football Players sit and talk on their favorite bench before class. 2. Mr. Bidwell iwith tiel shares Sophomore Spirit on Crazy Hat Day. Cynthia Parentrau Donita Parkhurst Leslie Pascual John Peele Cindy Pegram Donald Peltier Patricia Percival Susana Perez Peter Peters Theresa Peterson Mary Phipps leanny Pierce Ronny Pomeroy Pamela Potter Michael Queen Brenda Quesada Adrian Ramirez Ralph Ramirez Thomas Ramirez Vickie Ramirez Tracy Redding Bonnie Rexon Monica Reyes Fred Ridge Mary Riley Leslie Rivera Anita Roa Trino Roa Donna Roberts Manuel Robles 118 SOPHOMORES , I l 'ff i i '4 1 if W -rfw -A '4' 1 v 'lil I r F' 1 X 1 , ii J l fl 'ip ,V ti A .'-.- Y A W ' ,L Q !.1'. f. Q ..,4 A -2- TW ev RQ' V fu A , KJ Q, X , l Anna Rodiguez Leonard Rodiguez Margarita Rodriguez Martha Rodriguez Rodolfo Rodriguez Rose Rodriguez Elisa Romero Margueritte Romero Karen Root Marisela Rosas jim Rott Gerri Rowland Dale Roybal Antonio Rubio Darla Russell Efrain Salazar Hector Salazar Carol Salciunas Katherine Sampson lose Sanchez Cynthia Sanders Carol Sarvis Ronald Schacher Rebecca Schiewe Kirk Schnick David Schultze Donna Schultze Sutton Scoltock Karen Sell Dante Serreccioa Rick Shafer Wendy Sheppard Mike Sheridan Randall Shinn Kim Shootman Theresa Silva Michael Simmons David Sinnett Teri Skelton Michael Skolnick Deborah Sloan Steve Sloan Katey Smith Patricia Smith Richelle Smith Thurston Smith Gilbert Smock Gary Snider Diana Soapes Henry Solorzano Barbara Sowma SOPHOMORES 119 Deborah Standley Gregg Stapp jeffrey Starr Debbie Stephens Tyler Stephenson Frank Stone Linda Stricklett Debbie Sutter Stan Sutton Keith Swafford Richard Sweeney Bobby Tapp layne Teets Robyn Thompson ,lohynn Thury Esther Trujillo Tom Turnbull Michelle Twatte Kathryn Tyra Tina Vachon Rudy Valdez Cynthia Van Horn Cindy Vander Mooren Daniel Vandiver Diane Vantrease Anthony Vasquez Belinda Vasquez Tony Vega Cuaultemoc Vega john Viano lackquelyn Wade Denise Walch Cathleen Walker Debra Walker Vickie Walker W2 ' Q 'Tl VlZ'ti '?' F .-,EQ ' , .. ,.' T1i1 ,: ' 1- - - it , i W mmixi .ilu ,V 1 1' .N ,N -J W it 120 SOPHOMORES X '!.X". L l Flxll Q . i""'W"'i ME- Kathy Dowell A, V N Steve Gladden JJ r I 4. .J , - .le ' 'i bn"'g. - lil .:, M 1. , ,, Sophomore students enjoying snack. Sophomore Counselor- Mrs. Christensen. lames Waltrip Ianice Warren Linda Warwick Kurumi Watanabe Charles Weatherstone Roxane Weber Robert Weirick Rebecca Wellander Brent Wells Catherine Wenzel Geneva White Raymond White Thomas Willingham Scott Willis Hal Winford Danial Winningham Erica Witteman Tami Woods Lori Workman Anna Yanez joe York lack Young Diane Zavala Helen Zavala Tammy jepsen lClass Princessl in her Coed Foods Class. Sophomore Princess and Escort- Tammy lepsen and Rod Connole. SOPHOMORES 121 l,.-'M I Mt Dolores Aceves Mark Acord Mitzy Acosta Linda Agueros Michael Aguilar Leonard Agurrie Vicky Agurie Debra Aiau Theresa Albrandt Kelly Alexander Ralph Alfaro Shannon Allen Alicia Alvarez Francisco Amaro Dora Ames Charla Andreson Cathy Anderson lannett Anderson Mario Andrade Sandie Andrus Robert Anness Charles Anunciation ' Mike Archuleta Debra Amendartz john Arreta Anna Agusto Anna Austin George Babb 122 FRESHMEN - .ii ., 5, Q s 'liek LVX57. ,1.- in P ist, v li -C .Y- ." , 1 . ,-. lr :al . ' "i skwfrfi xxwvlw' Mil l f l J? 1 lil .i sin Qs. QA 'fr l if Steve Brown Tammy Brown Tammy Brown Kathy Bucklew john Bullock Cheryl Burrell Tami Bakel Peter Baltazar Ralph Barba Susan Barba Anita Barba Wendy Baker Maggie Barnett Mandv Barnett Marilyn Barnett Steve Barnhart jesse Barrina Jackie Bartee Tina Barton Kent Baughman Brenda Belcher Alma Benavides lames Bento Roberta Berg Ted Bills Tina Bilyeu Cheryl Binford Stephen Binkley lohnn Bisson Lori Blair David Bloemhof Darcy Bollinger Laurie Bonelle Eric Bonzer Ianice Bowles Barbara Bowman Robert Boyer Agustuse Brace Ray Brink Tracy Brookover lames Brown Charles Van Wynbergen Debra Lane and Tina Burton Freshmen Class Officer's- Secretary-Rebecca Peterson Vice President-Keith Lewis President-Ron Vander Mooren Treasurer-Tammy Mehlbrech Mr. Kamper-Advisor Miss Berge, Terri Ziemann, and Debbie Armendariz. Mary Van Derzwart. F RESHM EN 123 Cheryl Cabana Leisa Caldwell lacob Cancel Joyce Canham Domenic Carmona Karen Carrier Keith Carter Rick Carter Karen Caruso Kathy Cash Carol Casserly David Castaneda lose Castillo Liborio Castillo Lilia Castillo Mona Castillo Andy Castro lack Castro Leonard Castro lim Caver Irene Chavez Karen Chavez Glenda Christensen Paula Clardy Mike Clark Valerie Claus Mike Cliatt Barry Clowser Gina Cloyd Chris Connell Alice Constance Richard Contreras David Cook Tammi Cook jackie Cooter Vince Coppeto Georgette Cosio Hector Cota Marianne Cowartt Lisa Cox Howard Craig Heidi Crampton Bob Crawford Cindy Cruz David Curry Charlie Cusumano Cheryl Daugherty Raymond Davies Edward Davis Kathy Davis Veronica Davis Marie Dawes Darrell Day Lynn Dayton Dion DeBois Ricky De La Cruz judy De La Rosa Veronica De La Torre Andy DeMoville Sandra Deckard Lorianne Dekle Paula Dempsey Terry Denind Evelyn DiFrancesco Francis DeGerolamo joe Dillard Kathi Donley Richard Donley jodie Doyle james Duda Sandy Earnest Mark Egge Vicki Escamillas Teresa Espinoza Raquel Estrada Bradley Evans Robbin Evans john Featherstone Susan Feldman Timothy Ferdon Bernadine Figueroa Lori Finley William Finnsson Paul Fisher Suzanne Flaspohler William Flatley Richard Fletcher Felipe Flores Clifford Follinus Tessa Fontaine Sonya Forester Michael Foster Richard Fragola Dori Freedman Robert Freeman john Freyer Deborah Fry jaymie Fuentes 1 Dwaine Caldwell and Karen Hobby 2 Freshmen girls-study English. 3 Vincent Barbosa, Steven Boser, and Alvin Mendez. FRESHMEN 125 Farley Furumizo Sallyanne Gaines joseph Garcia Virginia Garcia Sandra Gardiner Carol Garrison Roderick Garrison Lorraine Gaxiola Benny Gebrosky Rochelle Geist David Gemina Deborah Gemina Constance George Tammy Gepford Sandy Gettys Daniel Gebeault Eddie Giron Lina Glendenning Mary Gomez Diane Gonzales Luis Gonzales Mindy Gonzales Ruben Gonzales Bessie Gonzalez Gloria Gonzalez Rigoberto Gonzalez Rudy Gonzalez Robin Goodman Anita Gordon Patrick Graham Danette Greva Bill Groom Larry Gross Laura Guerrero Michael Gunning lulie Guzman Debbie Hadley Mike Hagen Elizabeth Halloran Cindy Hardison Gyler Harris Pamela Harris Cheryl Hartzell Marlene Hattig Dawn Hauser Diane Hauser Beverly Heath Eixhard Henry Alex Hernandez Gilbert Hernandez Richard Hernandez 126 FRESHMEN 361 55 fw-f we 'Sn-. 1. Sharon Shaddoan and David Tapp 2, Ron Vander Mooren 3, Tina Stefani and Debbie Hadley. Terry Herod Howard Hill Karen Hobby Emma Hodges Patricia Holland William Holliday Linda Holmes Tamara Hooper Kent Horejsi Kelly Howard Velma Huff Deborah Hughes Ricky Hughes Pamela Hurst Timothy Hutchinson joseph jackson Isabelle jacquez Alan Jefis Elias limenez Helen johnson james johnson Mike johnson Chrisjolly Donald jones Robin jones Gary julian Daniel Kelly Timothy Kelly Philip Kern john Kerr Deborah Kesselring john Ketchersid Sally Kimel Danny King Robert King Brian Kirby Tommy Kitch ludy Koehler Philip Koon Daniel Krebaum Sharon Lafferty Denise Lake FRESHMEN 127 Rebecca Lancaster Teresa Lanni joe Larranaga Scott Lawrence Paul Laymon Patricia Le Faive Glori Leach Linda Leake Rachel Leary Vanessa Lee lames Lemons Mike Lentz Keith Lewis Vicki Lewis Kim Linton Pamela Litsey jeff Livesey Lori Longtin Eleazar Lopez Lilian Lu Billy Lucas Charron Lucyk lohn Lueders Lois Macauley Georgina Macias Richardo Macias Karan Mann Enrique Maravilla Caroline Marchetti Linda Marcoux Brian Martin Gail Martin Dolores Martinez Linda Martinez Pete Martinez George Massingill Ricky McClung james McCollister Keri McCready Everitt McDonald Wesley McKinney Robert McManaway 128 FRESHMEN Eddie Medelez Tamra Mehlbrech Alvin Mendes Brett Merrell Margie Miller julia Mills Herman Miranda Steven Moe Jacqueline Monin jenny Monin Kathleen Monro Lucille Montero Debra Montgomery Beverly Moor Nancy Morales Wayne Morales Leticia Moreno Susan Moreno Diane Morris Richard Morris Anthony Morrison Karen Moses Lenn Mossman Debra Mullen Raul Murillo Katherine Murray Margie Musick jesus Navarro Sandra Navarro Nora Nelson Donna Niemeyer Keri Niemie lohn Nieto jackie Obermeyer lo Ann Oblenis Ianette Oddo Timmy Offerdahl Tommy Offerdahl Kathy Olivas Roberta Oliver Alice Olree lose Ortiz 1. FreshmenPrincess-Paula Dempsey and escort Howard Craige. 2. Freshmen Candidates: Evelyn DiFrancesco, Susan Sanchez, Karen De La Rosa, Paula Dempsey, Irene Chavez, and Kelly Alexander. 3- Counselor-Miss Griffith. 4- MarkAcord. FRESHMEN 129 Velma Ortiz Patricio Otero Roland Page Annette Pasillas George Pasos Ray Patterson Terry Patton Elizabeth Paynter Michael Peila Ruthie Pendleton Bonita Penn Mike Pepin Tony Perrotta Johnnie Perry Rebecca Peterson Dorothy Pleasant William Prosser Moana Puriri Amelia Quesada Sally Ramirez Kathy Raphael Sharon Reasner Catherine Rechlin Luis Reyes James Rhoades Shelley Rhoads James Rhoden Glenn Rich Don Richmond Lydia Rios Jimmy Roberts Carlos Robles Debra Rocher Dan Rodeback Larry Rodriguez Susan Rodriguez Sylvia Rodriguez Antonia Rodriquez Robert Roe Timothy Rogers Geronimo Roman Armando Romero 130 FRESHMEN Karen Rosa Chris Roscom Mark Ross Brenda Rosser Steven Routh Lynne Roybal Vanessa Ruiz Angelina Salas Peggy Salsgiver Neal San Agustin Susan Sanchez Rosalie Sandoval Scott Scalas Michael Schlaf lames Schneider Roger Schnick Eva Scofield loanna Scott Susan Secofsky William Shafer Laurie Sharp Dale Shedlock Gary Shepherd Chandra Sheppard Faith Shimodoi Ray Shotts Karen Sikes Pamela Silva George Sisneros David Skolnick Bilinda Slate David Sloan Robert Sloss Debby Smith Dolores Smith .gl L lose Solano Edward Solorzano David Sossaman Rogelio Soto Michael Staggs Keith Stanley Ronald Stanley Debra Stebbins Tina Stefani Larry Stewart Henry Stokes Todd Straub Deborah Striegel Doug Summers Micheal Summers Robert Suniga Renee Sylva Valerie Tabbert Thomas Tanner Sandra Teague Cynthia Tenorio Susan Tenzer james Tippery Diane Tobler Rodney Toledo Linda Tovar Kathleen Toy johnny Trevino FRESHMEN 131 johnny Trevino Gene Triefenbach Debbie Trojahn Robert Trombley joseph Trujillo Kathy Trussel Debra Tymick john Ulery julian Valencia Michael Valero Kathy Van Camp Mary Van Diggle Richard Van Horn Paul Van Valkenburg Charles Van Wynbergen Ronald Vander Mooren Mary Vander Zwart Oran Vares Xavier Vasquez Patricia Velasco Della Vermuele Gabriel Vigil Katherine Villareal Pamela Wade Koreen Wait David Weatherstone Robert Wellander Kelly Wells Randy Welsch Clara Whte lonni White Tonni White Ray Wieser Sandra Willis Kelly Woodard William Woolsey Paul Wright Lynn Yanos Tom Yingst Eugene Young Dorothy Zavala Tina Zeimet 132 FRESHMEN xi! -1 . ,l lf: 1 H, . 'xx l '-A ,4 f . 1. I Terri Ziemann Pamela Zimmerman Ronald Zingg 1 1 fl' f RUSSELL CIODDARD TOP BOY ATHLETE Representing the guys at A.H.S., Russell Allen Goddard was selected as Boy Athlete of the year, 1973-1974. Russell was born on December 19,1955 in Long Beach. He attended Hawaiian Elementary School and Killingsworth junior High School. His high school years have been spent here at Artesia High. Russell has always been active in sports. He was on the Lakewood Pop Warner team and also played for the Hawaiian Gardens Parks and Recreation teams. He has participated in Football, starting off his freshman year on the Sophomore Football team. His 2nd year on the Sophomore team, he was captain and Most Valuable player. He played Varsity Football for two years. ln his Senior year, he was Team Captain, Most Valuable Player, and selected as back of the week for two weeks. In the area of Basketball he has played three years, on the Sophomore, l.V.,and Varsity teams. He was elected as the l.V. Team's captain. Adding to these achievements are four years of Baseball, Freshman 1 year and Varsity three years. He played third base all four years. Russell was selected as Prep All American in Football this year. After graduation, Russell plans to attend Cerritos College and then Long Beach State to major in Accounting. Congratulations, Russell! 134 ATHLETE OF THE YEAR A M P '. -:r'zv'5"' " ,V A ,X-I 5 , , .f.,v, fra-M 9' t Q- -6: - ..z. .', x 1,3- x . iii 1 1, VICKI BELLER TOP GIRL ATHLETE Representing the girls of AHS, Vicki Lynn Beller was selected as Girl Athlete of the year for 1973-74. Vicki was born on May 4th, 1956 in Long Beach. She attended Aloha Elementary School and Killingsworth lunior High School. Her entire high school career was spent at Artesia High. She has always been active in sports and has many Bobby Sox trophies to her credit. At Artesia, Vicki has had a most remarkable sports career. She has participated in many GAA tGirIs Athletic Associationl sports. They are: 3 years Varsity Basketball, 2 years All-Star, 3 years Varsity Softball, most valuable player during her lunior year, All-Star this year, 2 years Varsity Basketball, most valuable player this year and All-Star for 2 years, she was on the Track team 1 year and was All-Star for the discus throw. Vicke's outgoing personality also enabled her to become President of GAA during her senior year. GAA has a point system in which each girl is awarded one point for each practice session attended and two points for every game played. Vicki finished her senior year with over 3,000 points, more than any other girl. Even though Vicki has been extremely involved in sports she still has found time to engage in other activities which she enjoys, such as Drama and Girls Lyric. Vicki was second runner-up for the Voiceof Artesia and has hopes continuing her career in both singing and acting. Congratulations, Vickil ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 135 F LL SPORTS S-3 Q Q X, K r -3 - . 4-4' ,RT " -Q ' - T , A . ' g fargggg ' - - ,L 4 , l 5 ,' , ,V l rw- mic, ' 9" L. by . S S W ' Ii A Fall Coaches:Varsity Football- Bill Montgomery, Felipe Vela, Gary , " , ' 'jf' McHatton,Mike Flynn, Dan Cron. Cross Country- Rick VaIois.G.A.A. .--f-L,-.-.wh 4. my ' f - U Volleyball- Lynn Lipani.C..A.A. Tennis- Dorothy Mitchell. E -Q: f" "S ' -tu-. lx V- "" ' ' -- L -LZ?5'1'i --" ' L y .L of ,L -3:1 - , ' T' 'ff' 'bf f' --43-7 - '11, L, '1- 136 FALL SPORTS FOOTBALL1973 . . WHAT CAN WE SAY? No. 40 Manuel Silva, No. 41 Raul Morales, No. 70 Larry Alfraro Varsity Football team . J' 11:47 ,if Locli wed vema lfwlfa TI ltfvovw swell Go M Lorvb ' '5 wus! 1 t ,you wJ2ls' HIAWZB 711155 U-M447 lT'lTlCl.lfci9. As predicte four years ago, rtesia's football team placed last in Suburban League competition. This was due to district boundry changes of the three high schools in the ABC district. The main physical ingredients of a good football team are, height, weight, strength, and speed. Lacking all but one of these ingredients, Artesia's football team, from the start, uniformed many hours of sweat and pain to become a team. However, the team that started league with a 0-4 record, kept on hoping for the glory of a victory. Players named as backs and linemen of the week are, Linemen- Mike Flowers, john Aguinaga, john Dilfrancisco, Bob Smith, Dave Stebbins, Darrell Hensley, Bill Womack, and jack Gaskins. Backs- Raul Morales, Russ Goddard, Mark Strasser, Tim Maher, Robert Sanders, and Elton Howe. Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia VARSITY SCORES Brea Olinda Norwalk Rancho Alimitos Duarte Cerritos Bell Gardens Mayfair john Glenn Neff VARSITY FOOTBALL 137 QV vo Dan CFO!! Coach Robert Stebbins QB Russ Goddard HB Mark Strasser QB F 1. No. 43 Stan Weger, No. 41 Raul Morales 2. Pioneers entering football field 3. No. 43 Stan Weger 4. No. 82jim McDaniels 5. No. 50 John Difrancesco, No. 43 Stan Weger x 6. No. 13 Russell Goddard V' ll ,n f N t ip' s 31,3-?i?55Tf i .q'- 'i5,Cl'!f'.. .ef3L'Z'l'.iL ,Q.-f uL f - B. Montgomery Coach Phil Vela Coach G. McHatton Coach Mike Flynn Coach Q 'Y f Q-is A I -fi- 138 VARSITY FOOTBALL LA F john Sanchez HB Louie Su niga HB X Elton Howe HB Tom Vega HB Sutton Scoltock FB Steve Lane HB 95 Richard Donley HB on Gene RamirezT 15 Elmer Ayers FB 353 Manuel Silva HB Raul Morales HB Stan Weger F 3 fn i5..'UL. HUMC I E N :JSM J' ff Q! xx o .'15.2,:' ,- L Xiu. A 'lump MU!! ,N si -A.: I Q. I W 5 s Q Q . X S '1 N 1 3 v f 43, E, .,' 'nl' IAM 'I A927 QQ "5 I -rv 0. K f'i 'I IX J pg. - X 'J' 'E I M. 'L- Alfaro T BlllWomack T limDrevdahl T lackGasklns Robert Sanders HB Q1 . al! I jim McDameIs E hm Lentz E Dru Mayers E Robert Carlsen E IGHTY.. l x Frosh action, No. 86 B. Woolsey, No. 74 H.Craig, No. 24 R. Gonzales - Soph action, No. 26 E.Salazar, No. 36 G.Cesena Soph team shot, From Left: R. Garcia, D.jako, T.Cook, R. Griffin, A.Guerrero, D.Fisher, J. Witt, A.Vasquez, D.DowelI, T. Smith. 3rd Row From Left: Coach Belter, G.Cesena, D. Blosser, G.Flicker, G. Montgomery, C.Weatherstone, C.Figueroa, P. Peters, S.Carlson, G.Stapp, T.O'Brien, Coach Sandie, Coach Flowers. 2nd Row From Left: K.Man, T. Stephenson, R.Morrison, E. Salazar, A.Mendibles, P.Martin, D.Garcia. 1st Row From Left: 1. Peele, T.Rubio, j.Sylva, G. Correa, D.V.andiver, T.Turnbull, S.Fisher, T.Dias, D.Serrecchia. Frosh team shot, From Left: D.Richmond, H.Craig, D. Sossaman, L.Castro, R. VanderMooren, R.Brink, W. McKinney, B.Woolsey, R.Carter, A.Bunge. 3rd Row From Left: V.Mendelez, M.Clark, E.Bonzer, K.StanIey, T.BilIs, B.Gebrosky, M.Andrade, M.Peila, R.Sylva, M.Lentz, j.Featherstone, D. Gonsalves, l.Bartee, K.Lewis, M.Aguilar, S.Binkley. 2nd Row From Left: Coach Engle, B. Hodges, G.VigiI, P.Kern, R. Contreras, R.LJonIey, U.KeIly, G.lulian, D.Weatherstone, L. Rodriquez, D.Silva, H.DeLao, Coach Souza. 1st Row From Left: j.Yanez, R.Gonzales, G. Harris, G.Pasos, R.Alfaro, Coach Green, T.Rodgers, P.Laymon, P.Martin, A.leffs. Soph huddle Soph scrimmage line Soph action, No. 26 E. Salazar Frosh action, No. 76 H.Craig, No. 40 M.Peila. 142 SOPH AND FROSH FOOTBALL A f U4 - - 1. ,fm .. r J ' MQ, it PIO EERS Experience was gained from this year's Sophomore and Freshmen teams. Even though the loses out numbered the wins, wesaw determination in every play. During the league games,-the monkey rolls, bear crawls, and the sprints of hell week all took on a new meaning. Sophomore coaches were, Norm Flowers, Scott Sandie, and jim Belter. Freshmen coaches wereg Rod Engle, Frank Sousa, and David Green. s-1 , SOPH AND FROSH FOOTBALL 143 CROSS COU TRY . . STRIDES WITH PRIDE The year 1973 marked a rebuilding year in the cross country annals of Artesia High, the team was forced to replace four all-league performers, and almost did sos Frank Cabrera and Robert Russell lead the way. Both juniors, they had ample help from seniors, David White, and Mike Salas, juniors, Mike Wilder, Roy Montero, and Art Vega, sophs, Tony Vega, Roland Gonzales, and Henry Moreno. The freshmen team had an outstanding year and were led by Sal Camacho, johnny Martinez, and Eddie Mendez. l 4, 1' .,,.g. 3.4 , .,., -r-- Ji ' Frank Cabrera Roland Gonzales Robert Russell Mike Salas VARSITY SCORES Artesia 23 Duarte 35 Artesia 35 Cerritos 21 Artesia 21 Mayfair 38 Artegia 25 Neff 32 Artegia 23 Glenn 35 Artesia 44 Gahr 15 144 VARSITY CROSS COU NTRY Tony Vega David White Mike Wilder 'i -fw 1 ll Coach Rick Valois, Frank Cabrera, and Roland Ganzales. Robert Russell l.V. Team: Sitting- Roland Gonzales, Nick Cerfogi, Art Vega, Martin Lee. Kneeling- Gilbert Smock, Steve Alderette, Tony Milliard, Mike Peale, Elton Kino. Standing- Steve Valencia, Pat Brady, David Binkley, Greg King, .-,A ':' i ft and Mike Wilder, Mike Salas Herman Meranda Cameron Aquino Pat Conroy. I . ,Q . . CROSS COUNTRY 145 1. Robert Russell 2. Frank Cabrera 3. Coach Rick Valoiz 4. David Binkley, Greg King ,...... F! -1, 3 I in 'U'l - -P I rzlfgg ivdns 146 CROSS COUNTRY . r -s-I W .F L. 5. Roland Gonzales 6. Martin Lee 7. Start of l.V. race B. Frosh Team: Sitting-Julian Valencia, Phill Koon, Bob Wellander Kneeling-Eddie Mendez, Rigo Gonsalez, johnny Martinez, Steve King Standing- Sal Comacho, Nick Salas, Herman Meroda, Tom Lonner CROSS COUNTRY 147 T I 9 . - A Fjllleli, 4,5 , 2 . i x " J AA TENN S Spirit, teamwork and dedication were present in abundance on the Girl's Tennis team. They began the season young, raw but eager to learn. During practices on the court, each girl had to work hard to achieve a good serve and strong backhand. But, because they had confidence in themselves along with their newly developed sliills, it proved to be a challenging season. ' l -ll l ll l lil lt GAA TENNIS 149 WI TER SPGRTS Duvpfifi ri Ca .' 1 Q FTL.: . 11.5, ?,iL Q1g1g 3g P ' " " i:.1"Li E fx X W TAE: ' ' A 'E Tk. T R T , E T '- R ilffif b 1 4- -,iff A :r':,...,f-'53-g, E 'W' ,.,i.'-.E , , A gwjj ' 3- , QL Winter Coaches: Varsit Basketball-Gordon Ackerman. G.A.A y . Basketball-Lynn Lipani. Wrestling-Rod Engle. Soccer-Ken Atterbury, Dan Tolopillo. Swimming-Louie Dupuy, joe Curi. 159 WINTER SPORTS xl! lnq's-H! ll..-11--IMQ ,ixw REACHI G FUR A GOAL ln recent years Artesia basketball has gone to C.l.F. semi-finals. As the new season came to be, one had to wonder what was in Store for us this year. Coach Ackerman allowed individuality to a certain extent, but discipline was not left out in practice sessions. They were held with the force of a first class ball club. When pre-season approached, excitement was mounting, right up to our first game on Saturday against Long Beach Wilson. Even though defeat was the result, always trying is what cou nts. League games were the first step to a nervous breakdown. Close victories and defeats led the Pioneers right up to C.I.F. playoffs with El Segundo. 60-59 in their favor showed that the Pioneers had a gift really admired by other schools .,.. Sportsmanship. 1. No. 44 R. Reyes 2. No. 22 R. Goddard, No. 41 J. Geist 3. .Varsity team shot 'liibzmvta c s PM sua IWZISHLNI' SINIIFIPIBISN' M0509 55. - 'i"'f-X' ,K VARSITY BASKETBALL 151 Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia Artesia L.B. Wilson 77 L.B. Poly 68 Bellflower 44 Schurr 49 California 44 Paramount 65 Dana Hills 48 Downey 56 Paramount 62 L.B. jordan 92 Bell Gardens 55 Montobello 65 Lakewood 86 Millikan 79 LEAGUE Gahr 56 Cerritos 55 Mayfair 47 Glenn 57 Neff 63 Gahr 61 Cerritos 66 Mayfair 71 Glenn 35 Neff 47 C.l.F. El Segundo 60 1. No. 43 D. Chavez 10. No. 44 R. Reyes --rwni Tom O'Brien G Russell Goddard G David Stebbins F 'Z Addis Richmond C. loe Geist F Darrell Lane F 'l52 VARSITY BASKETBALL 4"1' David Chavez C Rusty Reyes G,F ik ',r 99 ix . fy I s N I ETA, gf , nh L ,N - c - Q6 yi 32325 1 'QI F -4 f J Q .l F, VL, 'Z K if QW!-7 f Q 902: og, 1 rbi v 441 C n-Q fflilv . --.f , 1-Q a , A , x .fx 1 A-v .7. ,. 7352 W i , x s ta il " i i 3 4' V ,71?:"l:- I ii.: .-3' J, J W Xp Wag NS, B? Q- is A r . I 'WQCCZ ' ' - W 'IA' 55' . fy' l F ,. A ' l 11215 1-' ,, F151 Q -.f , A-" -, ly., 'T iw W , EEQKNH f 1 u J 9 I I 3 1. .f we 1 , y id 4 ?7 .wt' a ,X .'-ww E23 1 V x X A65- f xrlifc. ' 4 'fi- "F ,Van V , QQ 5 . The Frosh began their 1973-74 season as a group of young sportsmen, seeking guidance and not knowing their own potential. Hours upon hours were spent analyzing basketball and what it takes to become a team. Individuals developed their powers, but much more than that, they worked at achieving a goal, something others may never know because of their unwillingness to pay the price. The leaders of the pack were Coach Kamper and Coach Templeton 1. Frosh team shot from Left: I. Bartee, B. McManaway, l. Barrigo, M. Martinez, Coach Templeton, E. Gerin, R. VanDerMooren, B. Trombley, R. Zingg, M. Clark, Coach Kamper, D. Richmond, M. Lentz, K. Stanley, Front, R. Gonzales, D. Kelly 2. No. 11 E. Gerin 3. No. 21 R. Zingg, No. 151. Barrigo 4. No.11 E. Gerin 158 FROSH BASKETBALL 1 .. ,t uw 'TEMP N sl I l 'G Q.. 1 V, -- . ,.,. -ali" i- .. wi 3 ,. ii ln 1,- 1 ' A a Yi. wt 0 -. tra-1-:isa :fi fi 4 'L .fi GAA BASKETBALL Miss Lipani's Varsity Basketball team holds the best record, and league standing, of any girl's basketball team to attend AHS. The record is eight wins and two losses and the league standing is second place. lan Viano and Donna Shultze led the Varsity team to victory against Cerritos, Glenn, Mayfair, and Neff, losing only to Gahr. Congratulations on a job well done. The junior Varsity team, also coached by Miss Lipani, turned in a record of four wins and six losses. lt is hoped that with the skill of Debbie Smith, the best all-around player on the IV team, and the other players that will move up to Varsity ranks, as well as the returning Varsity players, next year's Varsity team will be able to cinch first place. T777 L'P'l"'7':f'l T' I . QR, -. 1 H .T . 4 5511 . -, . - 4 f '-' -Q - Q , v,.9 , ...........-. - , ..5'. f rf . -V A- ..,. ,........-Q A 8' i 'A " 'J ' l 41-1-lv-1 ' l . ,N Y , 741 V---1 3 I 5---I I-ni!! v dr-FIV' '!'1'v.1.,1c 1 , . .T . . i I L, I l W il ll i ' n i 3 an gc- get .- '12 'T . YL Er A "l ie X L.. ' QQ- '1 1. V.Deboise ,x 'N 2. l.V. team shot: Back Row, B.Rosser, I. Lucien, D. White, E. Lincoln. Front Row, D. Lake, Y. Carillo, J. Pierce. Not Pictured, G. White, L. Gonzales. 3. M. Pachal 4. Varsity team shot: Back Row, V. Dubois, 1. Lund, V. Beller, 1. Teets. Front Row, l. Viano, D. Schultz, P. Hamlin, M. Pachal. Not Pictured, R. Harris 5. J. Lucien G.A.A. BASKETBALL 159 .nr V RSITY WRESTLI G . . . -NO BRAG, UST FACT A record of three wins and one loss earned a first place Suburban League rating for coach Engles' Varsity Wrestling team. Margins of victory which ranged from two to twenty four points made wrestling one of the most exciting spectator sports at AHS. Setting a fine example were team captain Manuel Silva and his teammate Mike Simmons as they represented Artesia High in CIF competition. james Drevdahl joined Manuel and Mike as members of the all-league team. 1. R. Garcia 2. R. Garcia 4:2 Rudy Garcia Randy George Tom Gray M I S'l 160 VARSITY WRESTLING Sutton Scolton anue I va X'?"' s :QQ 5.1, john Aguinaga N I 1 Dennis Donathan El gin lwfill JF 1- 4'-l ,ax , xii is ' i A FR I Darrell Hensley Tony Millard Mike Peele L r .- A 'l H a u ll, f. Mike Simmons Robert Smith Robert Wellender THE FACTS Artesia 21 Artesia 32 Artesia 11 Artesia 45 Artesia 37 Artesia 30 1. Varsity team shot 2. M. Peele 3. G. Correa Lynwood L.B. Wilson Cerritos Neff Mayfair Gahr 36 30 11 24 21 25 WRESTLING 161 H Y af! Y QQKBQ Q sw 7 X"-N i S 1 Q x 1 f 1:2551 Q W iii ligvl' Mi' 1 ' ' F SOCCER Soccer, one of Artesia High's newer sports, is still alive and kicking, even though it suffers from lack of participation and student body support. But the fact is that soccer needs fifteen to sixteen players, not ten or eleven. The hands are the only part of the body that is not used. A popular, favorite tool is the head Dribbling, throwing, trapping, running and kicking, control the ball down to the end of the field for a goal-hopefully. Our scores didn't express the team too well. If sincere support was given to this sport, like all other sports at Artesia High, this conclusion might have ended differently. The soccer coaches were Dan Tolopillo and Ken Atterbury. Frank Carrillo and Tim Cook were not available for Varsity head shots. 1. D. Ueberroth, P. Prazenica 2. R. Rodriguez u H A Sal Camacho Rick Carter julian Estrada Pat Prazenica . E: w . l , , I uJ'ft5'51f', . "-L:-. Martin Lee Tom Ramirez Rudolfo Rodriguez lose Sanchez ,x'1 . . N. David Ueberroth Art Vega Tony Vega Adolfo Velez 164 SOCCER 6-. 5 1. 1.1. ,X x Q ' ' 1 '.fN,..!-' ' ,-:v . AY-3-my ., -H ' .TS ',' ,J4 X. X ugh- ,f .." -7 Q J u 5 .311 , MT. F., ,'.-4x 1, . ,I i'-'-' ?rg::, Z, .' 'E .. 5 -A 'Si 2 SWIMMING For the first time since 1969 Artesia High once again has a swim team The team has been characterized by balance and enthusiasm There were few stars it was more of a team effort Each swimmer had a job to do and improvement of previous times was his major goal The Varsity team s claim to fame was Mark Montgomery the only member of the team to qualify for CIF prelims Hrs best events are the breast stroke and the individual medley in which he swims the butterfly back stroke breast stroke and free style The Frosh Soph team was led by Tami Ford and her back stroke At the start of the season plans were made and put into action to form a diving team. Unfortunately after only a few competitions they lost their coach and had to finish the season without a diving team. A ' s LT.:-I '-':' .ge""" SWIMMING SCORES Artesia 49 La Puente 98 Artesia 78 Santa Ana Valley 86 Artesia 55 Milliken 101 Artesia 55 Downey Artesia 66 Lynwood 90 166 SWIMMING ff' is -1-f"u ' "1 Q ,T-gfii Q ' ' STARTS OFF WITH A SPLASH 1 'I Iif 7 1, I 'II' I I' ' I I , . 4 . I. njwvxg ur.: " WT -,4- Vn I I Te" Es... all A-ai , . . 4- P . , Q F, .9 pn..- 5- fit. uv - 0- 'K . '1 , .. A fr wig 72' x. 0 ,J . .,, V r ' D, . ,,p. Varsity team shot: Front Row, K.Sel- sor, R.Ford, S.SeIsor. Middle Row, O. Solis, T.Simkins, R.UIery, T.SoIis, T. Brown, Back Row, R.Woodruf, I.Des- mond, K.HaIiburton, M.Macknicki, M. Montgomery, M.Brown. Freshmen team shot: Front Row, K.Hoersji, D.SeIsor, T.MehIbrech, T. Ford, C.Marchetti, M.SchIof, Top Row, M.Gunning, K.Carter, I. Emerson, P.Wright, D.Owens, B. johnson. T.MehIbreck, K,Carter Divers: S.ScaIas, l.Bento, R.WaItrip, I. Lucien, j,Canham, B.Martin SWIMMING 'I67 For the first time AHS has a golf team. Because the team practiced at Lakewood Country Club we were unable to take pictures. Varsity team was: K.Moniz, T. Fruhwirth, P.Martin, B. Wells, M.Melvin, B. Neato, S.Martin,1.V. team was: M.Hill, M. Boyd, D.Blosser, A. Guerrero, G.julian, B. Musick, G.White, K. Smith, V.Marchetti. SPRING SPORTS Spring Sports: Track- Stan Brown Rick Valols Baseball Norm Sagara G.A.A. Softball- Lynn Lipani Tennis Scott Sandie G A A Badmltton Mary Ann Lively. Rifle Team Col Art Popp Golf Bull Montgomery 168 SPRING SPORTS " 2f.'Q1 T'f -E :if F. . 'Y .bf .yay , . N . .fa--as-.1-lKDl535tG1i . ..., 1-. I iw. ' 'Akamai "S - "DO YOUR BEST... THE DO BETTER" l I ,I .ly , V? E ., . J U... , .A?,..,4, ,.'J. ' -ff. ,-. Q," , ' JT' U? ---A - -- ' ' f1',::v?-.'fi..-':J!!a.t ' risen t T Q T ,. y qulqgam, .V " Q' L 951- ' - I ' , A , .21 , ,QI-' V. N.: "" is ',:':9'- M ' ' -4 ' 'TU 1 'fha . -2 ,,,y'f,,. J xj ' Xie- ' W 'ff -x' ' Q' H -2 s- V., .. - I 1 ' ' ' L . , -, z ' fgfff Y. ' A ,Ni . t- -,-, .Q . , - L . . . i-we ,, w. 1 -. N. - -ff'--i at 41 'sf' gm- - ,N -' -ss - ' -,AL ,.., ,. ,1..,s- .M i-v,-'E-- ffgv- 'g,j, - -7.-'ii -' r, , y ,Q , ' "3 . ' are ' ' ' if "Do your best, then do better" is the motto of the Varsity and j.V. Track teams. Whether participating in a track or field event, the goal is to put forth the utmost effort in competition and then go back later and do better. But the satisfaction of knowing you have given your all drives everyone to higher goals. Even with tough coaches like Stan Brown and Rick Valois, each practice session had its rewards of perfection for the next race. 1. R. Vander Mooren 2. A. Hernandez 3. D. DiFrancesco TRACK 169 l.McLaughlin, D.Boyd A.Guerrero, P.Lopp, D.Asencion A.Vega J.V. Team Shot: Back Rowp M.Vargas, C.Velez, P. Conroy, M.Lee. Front Rowp A.Vega, S.Alderette, S. Valencia, P.Brady. M. Melvin A. Hall Coach Brown I. Geist 1 .u NE 'F - A A I X .. . ..- ll . , 3 . .. Sf: .Fi wh 1. ' N , . ' l " Al , Q Ml 7 lllkl 98 l , , , 1 'x i 5- .,..,,q , , X X -Q il i we a a i 'ff p f :-' ' 5 ' ,- f+f"Qul- .V , . - ,L . 1 ,,. 170 ,,,,.i, , I a lA lar' V ' ' Q-gd' ., , 9 A 2.54 - . LT""'5'- . a ., ,,:..' V .,-1-"Af , l , , V I t f ? 2 ,, - 1' W ' - lille ' ' 'Ll David Binkley David Boyd 1' , Frank Cabrera Robert Carlson Tony De La Rosa Don Di Francesco v vu-7 -..r loe Figueroa loe Geist ,f '--xx ' 'A J' ' . Zlffqg -. 5 ,f,.f'a' if ' u , I-N ff'-LC l -3 Al Hall Darrell Hensley . ' : 'Ui gr A V Fr L: 1 Albert Hernandez Steve Lane 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. X R. Gonzales D.White, D.Blinkley Soph team shot: Back Rowp R.Garcia, S.SColtock, A.Toozer, l.Morales, F.Stone, P.Asencion. Middleg G.Srnock, l.Figueroa, H.Winford, G.Cesena, A. Guerrero, G.King, Front Rowp j.Peele, D.Mason, N.Cerfogli, Q.Vega, T.Vega. S.Scoltock L.Rodriguez, R.Zingg Frosh team shot: Back Rowp D. Weatherstone, P.Koon, R. Zingg, R.Vander Mooren, K. Lewis, D.Richmond, A. Meldelez, C.Rodriguez. Front Rowp T.Straub, R.Sharma, T. Valencia, T.Tanner, D.Mendez, H.Miranda, T.Martinez, P.Keen, R.Welander. R. Vander Mooren R t A .N 0 .qu LY., ARTESI mas Q4 Tim Maher lack McLaughlin t l Mike Melvin Roy Montero l .. Henry Moreno Robert Russell ml 172 TRACK Mike Salas lohn Sanchez .:'.V 5 ' Ji' f l .....:., . -an 4 1 ' lx , 4 - ' David Stebbins julian Waites VUL. K1 l David White Mike Wilder i is 13111 .-T ?5'f?ffi" Tires - ff!!-3-, f 2 A-Ar--l ., we j ,Q '1' ,. lx, ,, i FROSH-SOPH TRACK The mile, 880 run, triple jump, discus, 100 yard dash, long jump, 220 yard dash, 120 low hurdles, shot put, high jump, 440 yard relay, 2 mile, are all fields of track that freshmen and sophomores are experiencing in this year's frosh-soph division. These boys work long, strenuous practices in cold and raining weather, and in hand-me-down jerseys. With Sutton Scoltock doing the shot put, Ron Vander Mooren, high jump, Rudy Garcia, 100 yard dash, Henry Moreno, 880- 1 mile, Tony Vega, 1 mile-low hurdles, Steve Valencia, 1-2 miles, Ron Zingg, 100-220, Don Richmond 100-220, Tim Cook, 440-880, and Nick Cerfogile 880-1 mile, the team has an excellent chance of making these practices pay off. Blowing the whistle and clocking the stopwatch are Rick Valois and Stan Brown. ,-I-" 15.4 - - -'L v'7 . 'Aff san- - FQ. 1, 5. 'Qs 5 Q tered U 1. I ' "' 1 55:2 - 4 ' , M 1 , -till are-W., , 4 1 2 i-1,-:- ' 1 s 7 s l- .. i--- .f P 'J' ' . I "A-Q' 5, . ., - ..J bSilas-allf"jE'-:gf-ft-112.4 if-has aa.- FROSH-SOPH TRACK 173 fx Q" bl" L .P 5 4 5 a ' v -viii' 7-sl 4 95 ff! A . A Q 1 I. xxx-q -5+ - ' L1 Y-.,1.r-1 , nf' swf i i. to the confidence. I BASEBALL VICTORY.. . NO DOUBT ABO T IT! Coming off a highly successful 1973 season, the Pioneers were confident about the 1974 season. Returning lettermen like Raul Morales, Dennis Camire, Greg Stevens, leff johnson, Kevin Krikorian and three year letterman Russell Goddard added more Pre-season games should really be called "getting it all together." 'f?.t5i-1,21 T ' Ending with a 2-5 record was all but inspiring, but winning five ' ' games in a row the first three weeks of league was inspiring. Pitching, one of the major factors in a winning team, came easily from Chuck Campbell, Manuel Silva and junior Tony Morrison. Coaching the big Red Machine was Norm Sagara. Ili!!! " it ' I 7 i 1. M.Garcia 2. R. Morales 3. G. Stevens In V 1 I ii 4. G.Stapp Q ' -. ,I ' M 1 N ii ill 5. K.Krikorian,G.Stevens,C.Campbell ' 6. C. Campbell ii 7. G. Stevens 8. , Varsity team shot VARSITY BASEBALL 175 1. ,M. Flowers 2. G. Stapp 3. R. Goddard 4. K. Krikorian 5. R. Sanders 6. G. Stevens 7. C. Campbell f 3, .1 H. fm-1'P? wr... e . AN, -a. ,. .z-1' -..n as Pre-league Artesia 2 Norwalk 1 Artesia 7 Bassett 12 Artesia 3 Bellflower 4 Artesia 0 Westminster 1 Artesia 2 -Bell Gardens 10 Artesia 3 Lynwood 6 Artesia 12 La Serna 3 League, Artesia 2 Cerritos 1 Artesia 6 Glenn 0 Artesia 5 Neff 0 Artesia 4 Gahr 3 Artesia 7 Mayfair 5 176 VARSITY BASEBALL ...- a.,.- i 1 A A A , . . 'V l Ti' Coach Sagara Dennis Camire Chuck Campbell Mike Flowers .4 A 'QA A U 1 A T L Q - l Q", Mike Garcia Russell Goddard jeff johnson Kevin Krikorian 1? E J U- C ff' 1. .1 1 'nl 4111-': "-., in R .1 - I if fn lp? "f l 1 S 'V 'SQ Q 4 x mv x- - 21 1 ,X ,4 :xl ,, , ' -.1 5 - fa K . -Q 1 . X A H, 'W' , ,i w K.. X. ,-,,,- .. -..Q ag-94 .in 5 Ngvhzxt' KA., i .xr 'v . I y - 0 . 4 - V...-env'--' 1 N 1 .vnfilil .Lil .-. if, Q I , 'A Q 4 .f.,..+,a V "TW -' LL -'21, I I q 1 Us l ""f""'X-',!"alnnl'.K Lf J T " 12 ' - , 'Q l I' ip, '. i f X QL A ff A i iv BASEBALL -A:- LF-., f' F , . N - A 'Yi A A SLIDE SAFE. ,J H . . . - gy 3 A S 1 ' 'A' Developing such basicskills as catching, X h,jg.,, throwing,running,and battinginanew 85 I' I Z 'L-S, teamarethejobsofjim Daugherty,coach , A, ofthe1.V.Baseballteam.InAdditionto t 4695 teaching the basics he also instills a sense of pride which gives the players the ability ki .. lf to work together in a team effort to win. With outstanding sense of dedication, each player puts out 'l00ufo effort. The teamwork that originates from each player makes the l.V. ball club a winning one. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. l.V. team shot: Back Rowp Coach Daugherty, S.Carlson, 1.Aguinaga,1.McDaniel, E.Hodge, l.Skelton, T.Smith. Middle Rowg l.Braner, R.Epping, M.Miller, R.George, D.Iako. Front Rowp l.Canham, l.Morse, C.Abs, l.Abs, C.Figueroa. Missingp M.Simmons. 1. Canham T. Morrison I. Canham The l.V. Bench l.V. BASEBALL 179 FRESHME BASEBALL A TEAM WITH SPU K Chewing sun flower seeds, wondering who in heck broke the Micky Mantle 34, the thrill of getting your first hit in league, and ofcourse checking out the freshman girls who come to watch, are all ingredients that go into the freshmen baseball team. Finding out the difference between high school ball and Little League, because you actually see your opponent arrive in a school bus. Then realizing that they are just like you, exchanging wits and strength in a game called baseball. Head splinter collector was Coach Guggiana. 1. L. Castro 'T'?Fi'7"ii, ff? W?'5"7"':5":'gl" 2. I. Castillo " 3. B. Woolsey 4. H. Craig 5. Frosh team shot, 'lst Row, T.Rodgers, S. King, l.Bisson, G. Pasus, R.Sylva, M. Peila 2nd Row, L. Castro, K.Stanley,l Castillo, l.Bartee, R. Weiser, A.leffs. 3rd Row, S.Moe,l. Livesey, S.Routh, D.Sossaman, B. Woolsey, H.Craig, Coach Guggiana 180 FROSH BASEBALL X! Pachal and Leslie Molineux. GAA SOFTBALL- lT'S THE Wl DUP Softball is not an easy sport. Long hours of catching balls, throwing when your arm is still sore, guessing where the fly ball is going to land, and running those increasingly long steps between bases are what it takes to mold and develop talent into a team. Miss Lipani has help through returning players: Vicki Beller, Thersa Danton, Carla O'Brien, Margie C. O'Brien, L. Molineux Softball team shot: Back Row, L.Molineux, K. Hildebrand, K.Selsor, KJolly, j.Lucien. Front Row, T.Danton, J. Flashpoler, C.O'Brien, V.BelIer, j.Pierce. I. Flashpoler K. lolly, K. Selsor G.A.A. SOFTBALL 181 ' ,fi f A SMASH: C. SUCCESS S C , A' l "'A A . .sr , C03Cll'1 Sandie Mark Crane Ron Gallego " F 'if . S '-fe TM rn 'ax I , 1 David Kennedy lim Lowe Tony Millard .,.. Dennis Rutherford Robert Stone Xavier Vasquez limi Ii xx V v ff N- ll ,X .F - Tennis- The 1973-74 school year again found our Varsity Tennis Team practicing on our courts in freezing, raining weather. The Varsity team coached by Scott Sandi, spent many hours striving for that perfect serve and strong backhand. Mental control as well as strategy had to accompany each player, if victory was to be won. But most important of all players had to have confidenr' in themselves. Added all together with that smashing smash, slicing serve, strengthened overhand and powerful backhand, the Pioneers continue to have a challenging season. 182TENNIS ,W JV TENN S At the beginning of the season there was no l.V. Tennis team. Then there were no uniforms and finally they needed a coach. We are happy to report that the l.V. Tennis team finally got it all together, but unfortunately not in time for us to get pictures of them. The members of the team coached by Brian Kamper are: B.Le Noir, M.Crane, G. Montegomery, B.Finnsson, R.Carter, D.McLaughlin, L.Munson, C. Cusumano, T.Brown, M.lohnson, M.Bielan and D.King. 1. J. Lowe 2. R. Gallego 3. X. Vasguez 4. R. Gallego 5. M. Crane 6. D. Rutherford 7. 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PWM WWW liar I Sp ing Sports- Winter Sp s- ootball: Russ Goddard lOffensel Raul Morales lDefensel Darrell Hensley lLinemanl Cross Country: Robert Russell GAA Volleyball: Vickie Beller Warsityl Debbie Smith UVJ GAA Tennis: Teresa Danton Basketball: Darrell 'Lane GAA Basketball: Donna Shultze Warsityj Debbie Smith UVB Wrestling: Manuel Silva Soccer: David Ueberoth Swimming: Mark Montgomery Track: lack McLaughlin Baseball: Paul Morales GAA Softball: l.oni'Cooter Warsityl Lori Workman UVB Tennis: Dave Kennedy GAA Badmitton: Olga Vega Virginia Deboise Rifle Team: john Graham 'T McDonaId's IS your kmd of place, of Hawaiian Gardens 12029 Carson St. Hawaiian Gardens California 860-4315 ba rbcrs Closed S ndav 8: Monday 9amto8pmThu.8i' 8 am to 5:30 pm Saturday .1..J I 183 d I I- I213l 865-9074 18317 P'oneer Bl d. Artesa California 90701 , L- I Artesia D C C o th, N IIBK " E U Ll 9 am to 6 pm Tues. 84 Wed. rs Fri I V I I SHERWIN WILLIAMS AUTO FINISHES Bob s Paint 84 Supply 21524 Norwalk Blvd Hawuan Gardens Calif 865 1 903 C Robert Lee Owner , . 188 ADVERTISING Dave Farr Dan Whitehead 12630 E. Del Amo Lakewood, California 90715 Bus. 213-860-8547 For all your insurance needs. PriscilIa's hair fashions 18530 Pioneer Blvd. I Artesia, Calif. phone: 865-3049 Anne Snearry Robbins Et : Cie Finelewelers 10900 Los Alimitos Blvd. Los Alamitos, Calif. 90720 'Q 12017 E Carson Hawaiian Gardens Lee s american traditional gallery GARLAND'S COIFFURES 21618 Norwalk Hawaiian Gardens Phone 865 6573 Q 'Q I , . . . V: -X . ---,Xxx l if l bf T?" - Adamson s JEWELRY 18423 Pioneer Blvd. Artesia Phone: 865-2144 The Barrel 367 Los Cerritos Mall Cerritos, Calif. Phone: 865-7669 ADVERTISING 189 BEVERLY BEAUTY SUPPLY wig sales and styling 17609 Pioneer Blvd. Artesia, Calif. Phone: 924-3411 CARSTEN INSURANCE AGENCY Bill Carsten GENERAL INSURANCE PHONE 17412 SO. PIONEER BLVD. 865-2389 ARTESIA, CALIF. 90701 ROBERT L. DONNELL Donnell Insurance Agcy. Bus- 8555445 18007 So. Pioneer Blvd. Res- 522'4'I'I3 Artesia, Calif. A ARTESIA-CERRITOS FLOWERS The Liquor Store "NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A 1:1-QWERH 11434 South St. 17822 PIONEER BLVD. Cerrit0S,Calif. ARTESIA, CALIF. PHONE:860-3712 PI"-8654455 Ed Mack's A 1 GN ld ' FIESIB 0fWa Qeligcj Servlce Cerritos, California 3 T - -B lc -L b Gllliffafrlfeses U E ARCO Delco Batteries S 84 1 Chevrolet 11900 South St. Cerritos Calif. Phone: 924-1 676 190 ADVERTISING MIKE S Restaurant Chinese and American Food LEE KONG 355 2714 12219 E Carson Blvd 355 9186 Hawaiian Gardens Ca 90716 lackfkk Hawaiian S'h0W0 Wearing Apparel Accessories Gifts 81 218305 Norwalk Blvd 1 Blk 50 of Carson Hawaiian Gardens Cal 90716 Tel 425 5243 CARSON PHARMACY BOB DAHLIN PHARMACIST 12214 CARSON HAWAIIAN GARDENS PHONE 421 8977 1 - , . 15993 Hula Supplies Ilmplements, Skirtsl, 8: Fabricsi CYPRESS FLORIST, INC. DI MARCO'S ITALIAN GIFTS AND FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 18321 Pioneer Blvd. 4114 LINCOLN Ava. C2133 596-3017 Artesia, Calif. CYPRESS, CALIFORNIA 17141 527-2941 ' 865-2677 Phone: 860-2200 C W TACUE DVM 20200 S. Pioneer Blvd. Cerritos, Ca. 90701 ARTESIA ANIMAL HOSPITAL 4 CBQILQ Cdrlflllf WI CLASSIC FRAMES -SHOW ROOM- Phone 12224E Centralia 3661 KATELLA, LOS ALAMITOS 860 6100 Lakewood C lf 3 I C-EO. SELSOR MANUFACTURED AT OUR OWN FACTORY IN LOS ALAMITOS. PH ON E: 430-7771 BEAUTIFUL PICTURE FRAMES Hair Styling 0 ll fr .fflfatuzg 1 Vatu int Phone I213I 425-2341 cf 'jgulji WATER BED ACC California Ceramic Mold Co. X35 12422 EAST CARSON STREET HOU SE Pl-AN-I-S Linda Hawaiian Gardens, California 90716 C2131 865 3'I'I0 18619 Pioneer Blvd JACK MYERS Artesia Owner Tzmm Wenholz Lumber Inc IAND HARDWARE AND THINGS, ABC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION TELEPHONES 12254 E CARSON STREET 425 0512 P O Box 1637 425 3952 HAWAIIAN GARDENS CALIF' 90716 17626 So PON ER BL B60 6604 5 LY SIA C 907 OR 860 3311 E 6248 I J . , JM If 5 I fl lilfi an ' 84 I ig- Y , - L- U - ADVERTISING 191 'SW' Hgymummmmn CYPRESS BEAUTY SUPPLY B 8, M HI Fl 8, TV Wigs - Hairgoods 4017 Ball Road 1223016 Centraila Phone: 821-0070 Lakewood, Calif. Phone: 865-1554 I 'YY- .N K, , A W a ' : S WIR I '12ff"F I E ' . ' Sf .D A X W NX BOB'S IMPER AL LIQUOR 22446 Norwalk, Hawaiian Gardens Beers Wineo Deli Residence Store 430-8753 421-1012 D ALBERTSoN'S Eooo CENTER 12554 CENTRALIA STREET Lakewoodlcallf LAKEWOOD. cAI.IF. 90715 90713 ASSOCIATED GLASS PRODUCTS CO 18521 SO. PIONEER BLVD ARTESIA CAI.IF'. 90701 R IR d Ph 865 8718 ANNIE GREEN THINGS au 0 "gm one 18613 Pioneer Blvd. ' 0 R13 Artesia, Calif. jf2'f"'f ,' IZ : grand Ezlgizxffg 192 ADVERTISING SJAQSIQ kyeiife I' E13-'fi 'lil ' I ll: lllf.:lt'llll'iIIg ' ,sf LANTING CU RLEY INSURANCE 21014 Norwalk Blvd Lakewood C3 sal 40 ,Sal sw KEN'S ROCKVIEW DAIRY 209225 Pioneer Artesia Calif , ' O W o E'-I v in ,iff ' ' U.. I I 1 ,. ' l ,:-I I I I C 1 I ' - ifililill 0 . I GA 5 D I' ' N E ' v II I I Z in : fl fv I s,fs.af fain: ' I .ii -ll-f 1 ' l , . IIM SNOW FORD 18900 Studebaker - 605 Fwy 81 South Cerritos Calif. 90701 I213D 924-5566 or I7'I4J 995-4392 BANK OF AMERICA 11752 Artesia Blvd. Artesia, Calif. ADVERTISING 193 MIME' 555-7 c9r7 6,0414 ffyp gee? ap Tffcg CZQQ7 5057915 fp jpg 2:5 - M0667 fad Wfff bf new-r l QJAJUAPC, bazuvzzif, l ag 'hr Watson Studios Sarge7 what Cin We ' 8354 Secura Way 53351235 ggggtkfitlnnual S F S ' ama e prmgs Staff of 1973-1974. I q4V, 'V O 'f fl Ffififif' ' ,. s fi U,-if 53" if ,.s 'v h::' ' EN. , . lii'13f't"ll '-.' ' ' ii? A .i BOARD OF EDUCATION Standing-L To R: Wes Backuso Gretchen Whitneyo William Watts Vince Marchetti Sitting- L To R: Bruce Youngg President' Charles Hutchinsono juan DeCordova 194 ADVERTISING HOME TOWN AUTO SUPPLY V LQ'-ll N E S90 Complete Line Auto Parts Machine Shop I Disc Brake Service 'FL' . Y , Tim jones 21619 Norwalk 'ii 6 Bob Strickland H.G., Calif. international Travel Consultants I NUNES TRAVEL AGENCY - 18640 Pioneer Blvd. Ar ' ,c rf. 'em 3' GAINES DRUGS my 865-0412 -18625 Pioneer Blvd. C21 37 860-7742 Artesia,Calif. Phonezseo-7795 ' MOTOR 84 SUPPLY 84 MACHINE BECKETT FLORAL 12430 Carson St. 11900 Carson St. Hawaiian Gardens Hawaiian Gardens ADVERTISING 195 . vm 2 J lu wb '94 ltv H gk , 0-! PEHNQE BGNATHAH UU ISE ,3'F3:'l,'5, Atrial, . - ' 1 s 'ef' f iv offs W 9 QACTNTTK C"'5LJ c, nga Sensor .L74' .if-if 'Rfb A f lk. in , gt , .9 L 'PF 73N I gl! E wi' Sw C' P' 'kd X if of " g' i m 3 'Q . Soi Q! 011 '4 31 V . r 1 f-ws, N ,pax fxlxww iz, - J Q'7fag,v1 'fnfii ... : V - '4 jg -,ff A 1. ,,,,., . - -., . A-.4 fp .ghfan 3 sq. "L 5:"'Y2? . ig' Z. I 14:-I S 8 1 . ' fe. raid X A P ' ,gf 'WV' U 1' 5, v I ' 'kv 'f--f FL! fm - - ZW' Q .a51?1-Qgflhiufd' 1'- """?f41G14 W . -,W ,gy A -:iw A . ., 3 'N' ' - L 'z WWW! I r v 9 I w 1 w I l I ,H za A. at 2 rr- 7-.5 I "- 1 ,':.' -. gd f' 'CPU ""Qr '17 :'. 2-f If-'51--F-' fin- ' Q" ji' 'H A 4"-3 fu I U. IPI . 1 J 'Q 1 'Wi in . -.. 4 .A F 3: 1- ., -.es 'Bt- '-' Tek .' ll ' "i.i'?:?1' f ' A rl "W r'. ' --Q " - A A Q33 ,it h Q 'iiigiif - 11" A:'fif" 1 - -' J 1--' 1 Q n lf" Q' -,,.' w I , JA!! A Q ,J 1 5 , ' I 'V-Q , .-.'l 'T ,ff it 'Q O irnkx. K I' pl Y' I 1 2 . . a 'v . I 5 .' 'I ' e' . .L . a PIE' fwa.. ,- E? x ' ' yy 9 - 'nm H A ii F 5 Q. E 1, 1 6- F-Y li' , ,I 81. . ':' -' ,, r " :."' ' 'L ' A 5-514, . .. , ,w W -..,,, .I W2 Q 11 3 X.X coders, c s s JL, f' J , 4 r.-..-.. . 1 'l i k , l I Horace A picture is a poem without words. lt s hard to say I love you on paper' to express the warmest feelings with a piece of cold leadg to paint bright emotions in black-and-whiteg and to confine it to a piece of paper, nine by six inches. Will you take my word for it? lan Anderson 200 CREATING Q -yu- , , , Yi rx 'Ei V M4 A one Qesy A ' - - ,L lm' 'V E ON PORTILLO ' il, V. V l ,- . . ' . in .'. , . 3 X . h my fn' + - , ,L N V , -1-.-.. ' 7'-' ' "G X. .' I-' 'Y' ' ' :sur-gg? - Iv' g ', K A . V if-r',' I 5 f r - -..g,gfJ- N 1 s' I, -.-N ' i f"' x' ,' ., A " li-Q. . " A '+A A l' 1 ' l1.yll'.,,4fljq, lil-.. ' ,. My J. if-----f ', ' , -fil5"'l'f1--i-llllllil' 'l-j."' glll lx ii -" W ' . ' W" . li,jwg.g sw- l A' A A I Q ,I r 4- - i- v af -4 i - A U ':,i,, Y rs' - nl- 'nu A , wr! Ywam ,H , " .. i.-.il.,ll:,gL,i :.i1,lg.,I,.,,. lgiif, ,J f 'sf A, , , in ' H, ,:' -, , ,., 1' 1575- , ' A '- , -1. llgw, li ,N ' " i- 1 Q-N4 jy,,. A , A 'QP' J, , , " P' 4 MTM' 1. inn, ...far Ar P, -We V -.-kv reg- " ' , 1 2 n an 1, ,rg A wk 1, ll L 1 " 4.-, .1.., - 4 , ' b -wa' fn' 'V . -fel ..-, 1. -- ' lqdzlsdl " 175 ' You lose yourself, - ,. H.. - A .- -- , . - ' -if-T 1. , ' Q. . , -"-' -1. i, '-Q 'iij fiih l. n 'iffi "'ff-, ,.F QEQ5 ., ' ":g3f'.?,-lf 1'Y'f- eg-'Y'?' 2547 grsxr Q' 4-,vw ' "lf, H. ,, A ,. fa pg,',,.. M, L- W- rim..-,. W,"Qq.,,' "Hr : 1 -f 1" ' ' ', 99134 ' :Vw is' ' 'Ir-if -ffm-451.1 .H if ..-xfmfg ' fir , 41I."'s'r A - Y -,gy -, . ,-1 - - F 4, . .l .. 5 ., '.' " - ,a-4. -V 1.3 '05 . l- V ' , ll ,., , P--JS' . - - xv ' .. ' - r af, ' ,-ua S?" ,AQ U' K P, er X W .EP 95. A , A ,, a H. ,L H JL- N eng, iw , 2, . , 12 2- fa. ' " ' .. '- 5 r P u" " .. l 'I 'Y 5. -11 , ,, '25 we ff' f f' " 5' ,pf Nd ' yfq " ,. ' h You reappear, ,Ta ' 4? ,J -.gr -N- You suddenly find You have nothnng to fear ' Bob Dylon PENNIE DONAIHAN ' i?- . -lwzfl . vm W" " g -' 5f'?"fL - :iff ' WT" -v-range: See the setting sun Touching the clouds with a love, Known only to God. Elton Howe CREATING 201 ...ln the beginning we thought we knew, But to follow we all grew With knowledge and understanding , something life is always demanding... I I l I David Hausuer -. Mx Jr, l-Y :l,5:12 ',li . ,. .,,l " Elfspg,-Q--A, 5. , iw."-fill-'Zl'f.Tp1ivf-are M, Ju' ' ,W . .. my qw,-,..fl,pq,.Jlv., . .ll " -- 1 .lmggmwngg-.,.a-I . ' agewlf - -i - 4 3 i JY 5 ,Fr I f c I-. L v., ,y 'ffl rm. if I.: ..,.- 'Ll 'P-I FL f' v. ' v, 4 .f l 3 ., L ' , 'Ia an 4' K " ' I have a blue balloon A happy tune And dreams enough to last me All through the afternoon Before the rivers run dry Before the last good bye Let us be kind to one another For we can try. So don't just throw your love about It's not too late To find out Before the sand Has all run out of the hourglass. 202 CREATING lan Anderson get-t31."la ggi all .,.,, .. -1 1 -' H -- kv- ,rm , The water is master of all nature's instruments an artist of life. Teresa Danton iN The day of sunshine The time for all new things The dawning of spring. jerry Geasland -i 3 .i fl l KARON HILDEBRAND i H l A 1 , ' l l" li! 4:4 Il ' l il Perfect petaled rose Spreading gently out to greet The new misty morn. ! T ,4k, 'xx ...V XA' N 1 . .jk T . vi I, V' Q-l s -JI Bonnie Rexon Autumn is crying weeping for sorrows to come dying at falls end Teresa Danton tiny branches bend and curl Dance to rythmic music L Charlene Slkes Whipped by angry wind CREATING 203 204 CREATING Prepare, prepare for today take along some tools, a clock of patience a chaur of tolerance a brush of lmaglnatnon a canvas of tlme, an easel of relrance, and all the colors of the emotions Start, start today set up the easel, add the canvas, place the clock, on the chair take hold of the brush set yourself comfortably let the brush dup, and experience each color which wlll come natural, at one time or another on the canvas don t push, rush, or tug at anything take things In stride allow yourself to be a part of these tools, of today n end today take off the canvas, for this cannot be reused, ever again don t worry there ll be new canvas, tomorrow and remember to check over the tools, IS the easel sturdy? IS the chair wobbly? are the colors there? IS the brush stuff? but most of all, don t forget to wand the clock Susan Hugh .,-as-,,r I 1-. p 3 ,L..Y,... ,,"2..v,5x Q :wb his 1 1 if ww A f - , X . , pg .fp . r v: n f P . f W5 :-H ,AI ,. .' .' . 15 ' ' . A 1 :fi:',.J,'L' ' fy: ' ff 1 f 5 - 'f , -,.. ,-vlqgi' M , , - 1 ' , ' ,' 1- 1 1 YL " : 'n1f2.!5i3"PTy rf 9" I - . . .- A .. A f ' -5' I '5'l'V'f'f"i' "'ffJ1?"'A " , " 5 ' . ' a . 'f'7. ' 'frllf " 7' , .3' . ' +.. - , 1- '- z- H f':' - - V - , y V" Af!-'-'x'E'Z-5-.r1,,if', grip ' 2. , . '-11 M , , v :icy . X: .xl -:K- H' ,.-.:- f v -,1- .unf . r f QU. n I ,, .-..-. . x ' . ..-.....,f. ,wtfllflv ug:---5 1 Nu... 4 -,f ,. ' ,Lvfniiu-fb LJ 1 S S i YH . :. , 1 -A-L,l"" 1" ' , ,, -55 1 L5-fa.-'A , ,j -,. r Q-. ...4 A kv "" I I I . I .gi , .rm ,-...w O ,.-1'-' ,.Y" ,ff-f :' , .-..f- -- -,-, 1 . . fi' A .,..1.:m.f"--T1 . .. 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1988

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