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

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ttk [ 1 TEABLT WE ' RE FOCUSING ¥ •r:. -y., . tt-i bP- WeYe Focusing on OU . . . The . . . WE ' RE FOCUSING ON YOU STARTING THE ROLL pages 2-12 L(FE IN THE SPOTLIGHT pages 13-46 PROJECTING ON ATHLETICS pages 47-104 ARTESIA ' S TOP MODELS pages 105-142 MEET THE MODELS pages 143-182 ENLARGING OUR MINDS THROUGH ACADEMICS pages 183-200 LOOK WHO IS DOING THE DEVELOPING pages 221-224 THE ACTIVE ARTESIAN pages 201-220 ANO DE ORO. 1983-84 UO LUME 29 ADVISOR: PAT BENZ CO-EDITORS: KAREN MORRIS CINDY COLLINS Focusing on . . . h The Artesian. JL f ocusiMG on . . . FRI€MDSHIP Whether it was laughing together about our French teacher ' s sag- ging nylons or crying on an available shoulder, our friends were always there. Whenever we had news to tell . . . such as the latest " score " friends were there to lend a listening ear, as well as to offer ad- vice. We saw each other at school, but still spent an hour on the pnone the same night (anything to avoid our homework]. It was our friends who lent us lunch money stood up for us, sent us balloon grams, we knew they could be counted on. Friend- ship was indeed a precious gift, and one that we the Artesians are thankful for. Focusing on , Friendsnip. ;( page. 1. Gina Thompson, Shelly Walker, ind Lawshawn Gary give Eric Wilson a little friendly love. 2. Michelle Rose, Linda Ken- nedy, and Dale Sailor ask " Who savs three ' s a crowd? " Right page: 1. Ralph Malrfenado and Carla Davenport share a common interest in heav ' metal music. 2. Dionne Wheel asks Shanna Harness, " Isn ' t this going a bit too far? " 3. Rose Madrigal and Margie Martinez are buddies for life, 4. Juan Ramirez, Mike Lucero, Juan Martinez, and Sal Rosas have a friendly conversation at lunch. Focusing on . . . q Friendship. O 1 ■ .:■ ■ - s .,-«l ' f •i. .?-• Vi , , , FOCUSING ON Working You rushed home from school, and peolod off your sense of identity and searched through the hamper for your cleanest polyester uniform. Welcome to tlie world of work an im- aginary neon sign flashed through your mind. Ugh! you asked youself why do I do it! For many the expenses of a car, gas, insurance, and maintenance, was enough to keep anyone in debt. A treasurea wardrobe lead some to the world of work, where they discovered how valuable clothes were to them. Others went to work just so they would have money for the weekends. Whatever the reason, it was a big part of man ' afternoons and was a big part of many Artesians ' lifestyles. Whether your job was som- thing to tolerate or enjoy, it was a source of income for us all. For many Artesians life was expensive. Mi Amore ' s Pizza 20149 South Pioneer Lakewood, CA Ph. 924-0559 1. Waitressing at Farrell ' s keeps Susan Malletti ver ' bus . 2. Dusty Sale bags groceries at Alpha Beta. Right; 1. At Captain Andy ' s River Town. Lisa Biffi helps a confused costumer with bill. 3. Caught in the act ... of sneaking ice Daryl Brown is cornered. 4. Busy behind the counter at 5-7-9 is Lucy Johnson. Focusing on . . . Working. Kxusncofi Dmimg 555-1212 RRing! Ester: Hello? Huhurl: Hello may I please speak to Ester? Ester; This is she. Huburt; Hi! This is Huburt, you know, the guy who sits behind you in Trig. Ester! Oh hi Huburt, aren ' t you the one with the solar- powered calculator? Huburt; Yeah! Ester; Okay well the homework for tonight is page 306 Exercises . . . Wait Ester I don ' t want to know the homework I sort of wanted to ask you something, I was ' uh, well uh, wondering if you ' d like to go out with me this Saturday night? Ester; Well Huburt I was uh, planning to study for my AP Biology test while I babysit my niece, but why not? Huburt: Geez you mean ou will? So I guess I ' ll •e picking you up around 5:00. Ester: Hubert, isn ' t 5:00 a little early? Huburt: Ester you should know that the library closes at 7:00 on Saturday night! 6 Focusing on . . . Dating. m u ••N A V " " i 1. Out on ;i (late Valerie Moura, displavs lici- fiiilfinj; Idlcnl to Mike Lau. 2. Jamie Deyoe and Michelle Nolands, slian: an Artesian Lunch together. 3. Mairied al ' tei ' just six mon- ths. Tracy Hanson and Tong Tugashsi slrare a huniorou,;i moment, from their honeymoon. )ust |okin)j ... it u.is a remake of the NewKwed Game in Ms. lirannon ' s S lanisii cdass. 4. A passionate kiss is shaied h - Floyd Leach, .jrul Lori Siratt. 5. Movie)Joers Robert Gerison anil Joanna Agular have fun M ' fti ' iM seared. ' Ml ' Mary Patoru-n l-RaQRelle Parsons Modern Cleaners 21501 South Norwalk Hawaiian Gardens, Calif. 90716 ( «H FOCUSING ON . . . Spirit You stayed up Almost all night making confetti for the big rally the next day. After all it was class competition and you wanted your class to be the proud owner of a spirit stick. The alarm went off but you slept through it. 45 minutes later an excited parent ran into the room and shouted " Wake up. Wake up " you ' re gonna be late for school. You jummped out of bed, put your school colors on, and dodged a passing car to make it to the ralley on time Whew. You reach the gym just in time to catch a glimpse of the Pioneer Patrol as they finished their routine. The commissioner of spirit Patty Flowers an- nounced the start of class competition, you scream- ed and yelled so loud, you suffered from laryngitis the entire week. 2 6 Left page: 1. Varsit - Cheerleaders practice hard before the big game on Friday. 2. Melissa Bar- tolome shows her school spirit at the rally with the ).V. Cheerleading mascot. 3. The gift to 21 proved that he is loved. Left page: 1. Artesia High School Proud Footb all team shows great confidence at the pep rally before the game. 2. The junior class shows their enthusiasm, as they try to win the spirit stick. 3. Sanford Brown recieves his good luck gift from the cheerleaders, as Vic Malone and Mike Shafee peer into it. 4. At the rally Able Najm wants to prove the football players are the loudest. 5. Spirited fingers sway along with the alma mater. 6. " 1, 2, 3, pull! " grunts the Artesian men in a tug-of- war game at the lunch pep rally. Focusing on . . . Spirit. 9 ' poe ' Sn ' Jt 07t... Day; Any typical Friday SeiVm : An Artesian weekend. The bell to your last class had finally rung. At last, one more week is over and what are weekends for anyway to celebrate of course! You went home from school, put a load of wash in the washer, fixed yourself a snack, and sat down in front of the tube. Hey it ' s Tom and Jerry! Suddenly the phone rang, you answered it with an annoyed hello (after all they did interrupt Tom and Jerry!) A friend wants to know about tonight. Well, we could go to a pardee, cruising, or dan- cing. But however we chose to spend our weekends, we the Artesians, never seemed to get enough. P ue 1. Where did we spend most of our weekends? 35 ' ; ' ' ( Drive in movies. 207, Atliome 15% Parties 147f Friend ' s House 10% Mall 5% ' At work 1% Fishing 2. What did you spend most of your money on? Food Arcade Gas Shopping 3. Our 1 choices are . . Parties Shopping Beach Dancing Concerts Movies 3 1. While shopping with friend Florabell Fortin, Jayme Davis ad- mires a coat. 2. Kathy and Sean Keep get up early to watch Richie Rich. 3. Dancing at Old World is Steve Petty. 4. Getting ready to catch a Killer wave is Jeff Simmerman. 10 6 « - gke Selticov gets an early start on his chores. ' ibbing for the prize pizza is Linda Mar- : 3. Displaying skill at competition is lie Morairty 4. X ' ideo king. Rich Immer- vorksJflLhgaLhjs tup scor " ' " W Weekends. fOCUSIMGOM MlR CLeS The Artesian Nerd Control Staff searched our campus for that one ideal nerd whom we changed in- to Artesia ' s heart- throb: Shane May! He had a total makeover from head-to-toe. First we got rid of the glasses, and gave him contacts. Then came a nice clean shave. Afterward we order him into the shower, and gave him a quick lesson on Fashion! A miracle? Well, almost. 12 Focusing on . Miracles. H.1 ?k silos a 1h ::jBE! fa LIf € IM TH€ . . . SPOTLIGHT Yes that ' s you, an Artesian Celebrity in your own time! And being an Artesian you have what it takes! Look at you, talk about active. The Arte- sians took the cake for involvement, spirit, talent, etc. And it was Artesians like yourself that made our school an exemplary one. We were offered a wide variety of activities in which to partake in and become more involved. Fashionable? Of course, being in the spotlight re- quired fashionable at- tire! But with fame came responsibility for Arte- sians and responsibility and achievement go hand in hand. Way to go Artesians . . . we ' ve got it made! 13 f ocusiMG on... ft SHIOMI BLe RT€SIF nS The styles and fashions of the year numerous, were with each appearin unique. Eac very style ones and I represented personality preference. However you dress- ed it was probably following a trend or showing a flair of certain originality. Some popular items were Converse All-Star High Tops, panadores, karate shoes, and Gotcha shorts. Clothes were an important part of your look but ac- cessories accen- tuated it and pulled it together. By wear- ing dangling ear- ings, wrapped hip belts, breaking jackets, unique jewerly, wide belts, and thin ties, Arte- sians set themselves apart. Even though we knew Artesians most everyone tryed to stay with the idea of being fashionable. 14 Focusing on . . . Fashionable Artesians. I iS° T- Left page: 1. Fiona Laws displaves her fashionable outfit. 2. Rosa Estrada shows her playful pose. 3. Bruce Gardener is the surfer of the 90 ' s. 4. Artesians proudly show their Converse high tops. Right page. ' 1. Ar- mondo has a very distinct st -le. 2. Nancy Marez shows her unique style. 3. Lynell Russell shows her very well put together outfit. 4. Mario Willis wears Converse to touch off her clothes. Focusing on . . . ' 1 r- Fashion. J. 16 Focusing on ' . . . Music Feature. WHM ' S UP in MUSIC? Imagine yourself lying on the beach. The hot sun toasting your body, the salt air is breezing through your hair. You listen to the waves coming in and the people nearby. Ah, you think to yourself " this is the life. " You came equipped for your day-long beach escapade: 1 beach chair (with the Mickey Mouse watch strapped to the arm so you could perfectly time your tan), 1 favorite green and orange Modern Art interpretation of a beach towel, 1 bottle of Han- sins soda, 1 Big Slick, 1 issue of the latest MaoamoiseJJe or Hoi VW ' s magazine. 1 bottle of suntan oil and your prize get- toblaster! Well, now, the beach wouldn ' t be the beach without some tunes, now would it? Whether you tuned into KMET, KROQ, KLOS, KUS, KIQQ, KKHR, KUTE. KBIG, KLAC, KNAC, KNOB, KDAY, KFI, KBRT or the Mighty Six Ninety you could always rely on your radio to give you the sound you desired. Whether it was relaxing or headbanging, it sure would have been a long and boring summer without it! Left page: Ernest Mclntyre, Zany Hijjar, Max, Rene Duran, Brad Fitzgerald and other Artesians display some musically in- fluenced fads. Right page: 1. " Boy " Ge orge made a definite impact on music and gave new insights to those who admired him, 2. Johnny Rotten — a well known face in Punk Rock. Focusing on student life . . . Music Feature. 17 1 LOOK GROUND RT€SI Almost anything went on at Artesia High School. Talk about variation in fashion, many went for the latest trends, others remained con- servative, still some craved uniqueness. There was a wide variety of fashion at Artesia High School. Every Artesian dress- ed the way they thought looked best. HUMGRY KIDDieS You anticipated all day to sink your teeth into some liearty Artesian food! Hungry? Maybe not? Many Artesians spent their lunches in (fifferent ways. Ranging from going to the library, sneaking off campus, attending club meetings, or going home. Many Artesians " shined school food and ate elsewhere. " Did some students find Artesia ' s closed campus policy a challenge? If not what tempted certain adven- turous Artesians to sneak off campus to Yogurt Plus, Taco Bell, an abandonded house or the park? Yet for others they were content to eat at their own special " spot " whether it was in front of the library, in the P.E. locker and computer rooms or at the victory bell we enjoyed ourselves, our friends, and for some our Lunch!! What you said about Artesian food: " Ifso.k. " " The cafeteria is just Munchos and Hostess, but the hungry hangout has radical pizza. " " Don ' t ask. " " I like the fries with mustard on ' em! " " I ' d rather go hungry. " The only thing that tastes good is the stuff from the vending machine and then it costs 45c for a Snickers. " FOOD FI HT! n rj Focusing on lunches . . . ZiU Student Life. arie Real in- on h sand- ' : at ffi|ich is Gerado ' Gon- :s up from his [ana wants to Tawnv Taylor Right page: s the library ite places on if break danc- lesians practic- iring lunch. 3. hile someone Focusing on . . . r) Shident Life. Z 1 .jMmttftmmjasiiittm Q n Focusing on familiar faces Student Life I 24 Ff MILIf R F RTesim Fi ces? Test yourself on how well you know these Artesian students. Can should know just how good you you recognize these faces? are with matching faces and After taking this quiz you names! Answers on page 252. 26 Focusing on familiar faces ... O Q Student Life. ZiO ■■••■y-»x.: :. v.;. ' . yA. . yv,v.v.v 24 Focusing on afterschool . . . Student Life. YOUR OUT FOR TH€ DI Y! As the day lingered on and your last class arrived you anticipated for the bell to ring. At last you thought, you could go home and do your own thing. Whether you chose to remain at school or go to the ibrary to finish your homework it was your time (finally) to spend how you chose (unless of course you had detention). Some spirited Artesians went to athletic events such as basketball or baseball games, swim and track meets. while others practiced for such events. Then there was the daily crisis of getting home! Some walked, mooch- ed a ride, or called home, while the lucky and few drove home in their cars. At last, your home! You kicked back, wat- ched T.V. talked on the phone or hit the sack! Sound nice? Well for some of us with jobs it sure did! Yes, those afterschool hours were bliss now weren ' t they? Left page: 1. Friends: leff Hartwick, Joe Coelho, Kathy Bennet, Julie Cogswell, and Kelly Kinyon kick back at Rico ' s Pizza. 2. Stephanie Luczko and Patty Marx listen to Seerena Van Heerdt talk about her favorite basketball E layer. 3. Mark Jackson displays his unique talents with his ike. Right page: 1. Lorenzo Avila, Rick Kizzier, Scott Wakimura, and John Sonza spend a leisurely moment talk- ing to some friends. 2 Keeping stats after school is Kathy Dias, Michelle Carlson, Jonell Neff, and Joanne Byrd. 3. After a hard practice Jason Armenta gets an ice cold coke from 7-11. 4. Stan Schack is excited to get out of school. 5. Michelle Miller smiles at the idea of going home! Focusing on afterschool . . . Student Life. 25 TH€ Df Y Of THG M SQU€RI D€ For most people Halloween is a day to dress up in a spooky costume and to others it is a day to live their fantasies. Here at Artesia High, students entered the school grounds dress- ed in a variety of costumes. There were walking pumpkins, flying bumble bees. and television ' s tough guy Mr. T. Each in- dividual ' s costume adds a touch of the person ' s personality. Although these people looked strange for tnis one day it was a relief to know they were our friends and teachers of Artesia High School. 1. Showing his famous gold is Vince liminez. 2. Bug-a-Loo Gail Spangler is caught swarming in the Artesian bushes. 3. Feline Heather Halloran hungri- ly crawls toward her lunch. 4. Mysterious ghost of death, Chris Fassett, spooks Artesians. ry rj Focusing on Student Life . O Halloween 1. Trying to escape the gates of Artesia High is Neil Bennet. 2. Taking a scenic view of the Arte- sian campus is Rashe Soliman, Arada Vorachard, and Laura Hernandez. 3. Showing the sweet side of hersef is Andreana Franco. 4. Showing the new addi- tion to the family is Steve Estrada and Ela Patel. 5. Vicki Spear picks Tweety, Mary Flately, as her first victim. Focusing on student hfe .. . O Halloween. Za J 1 MIGHT TO Looks are not everything! Maria Alvarez: The moment they announce my name as being freshman princess, I was so surprised! I did not think I would have a chance for this great honor. I just wish people would stop treating me differently now that I am princess. They react as if I am very special when actually they are the special people. Caroline Rioja: I was very honored for being elected for sophomore princess. My family and friends helped me a lot through this experience, and I am very grateful to them for be- ing there when I needed them. It has been a great year for me. I wish every girl could experience being princess for a year as I have. Lori Johnson: Being able to represent thi junior class as their princess wa a great honor. It was for them tha- I was nominated. I wish I couk thank each person individually but since I can not I will do sc now, " Thank You Junior Class! " i 28 jcLKsing on Student Life Homecoming. R€M€MB€R 1. Placido Alverez escorted Maria Alveraz to the Homecoming ceremony. 2. Caroline Rioja and father |aime Rioja enjoyed the night ' s festivities. 3. Lori Johnson with father Alnn Johnson stopped to watch the Homecoming activities. 4. Tiffany Clark, Pattj ' Rocha, Lisa Garcia, and Veronica Reynada thank everyone. 5. Veronica Reynada shows pride in being queen. " I was overwhelmed with tears of joy, when I was crowned Homecom- ing Queen. It was beyond any dream I could ever hope for. It was a most memorable and excitable event. I will always treasurer in my heart the memories. " " I would like to thank my parents and sister Valerie for being very sup- portive, my boyfriend Ted for en- couragement, and all my friends for making this all worth while. But special thanks to the student body for making me their 1983-84 Homecom- ing Queen! " Focusing on Student Life .. . QQ Homecoming. t tJ WinT€R ROS€ A very magical thing oc- curred in the Long Beach Hyatt Regency ' s spacious new ballroom, on December 19th, 1983. It was the beginning of the " Winter Rose " , Artesia ' s annual Christmas Dance. The evening was filled with excitement and romance, with a little aid from Romantic Rhythm and Kalva Productions. As the evening con- tinued you could see couples dancing, talk- ing, eating, and at one very special moment you could see a very excited Snow Queen and King. That special honor went to Carol Bradshaw and Lee Unas. At the end of the evening you could feel the happiness radiating out of the sponsors Girls ' League, at the success they had created at the " Winter Rose " i 1 - ,ik m ■k i " „, 1 k 1 i " i ' ' 1 M y r i fc i • jBLi 1 I i ' Fi ' my f r 1 1 1. Denise Quan and Mark Luedtke dance to the grooving beat of the D.]., at the Winter Formal. 2. Helen Moon and Denny Vong dance together, but each are thinking different thoughts. 3. Robert Tyama and his girlfriend tal e a relaxing break from the exciting activities of the Christmas Dance. 30 Focusing on Student Life . Christmas Dance MOI e YOUR f€€T Dances — when some 1. Vincent Valdez and Gilbert Morua combine their si ills producing a terrific show for the spectators. 2. Scott Yamagucni hand spins on the dance floor. 3. Danielle Muse and Jerry Willington do the popular freak at one of Artesias open dances. 4. Danielle Brooks and Terry Newbill prove their talent as thev dance the E.T. across the floor. people heard that word, they thought yuck! Others thought alright another dance at Artesia. These are not your regular school dances where everyone had a date and the D.J. only played slow songs. No way! Not at Artesia. This year introduced us to three new varieties of dancing: breaking; and the E.T. Each dance has a dif- ferent mystique about it and the favorite of most Artesians was break dancing, which involves acrobatic moves, and strong backs. Out of all our dances, the New Year ' s Jam, was the most successful. It had two D.J. ' s, and also a breaking contest. This year proved to be a great year for dancing. m ,«L» ; i ' 1 1 j y fimt mj msoM H K r ■■Ki}; itrr ff; 1 Focusing on Student Life . . . Dances. 31 1. In between cheers, Sharon Rech, has time to relax. 2. Cindy Williams encourages the crowd to be spirited. 3. Doing a rare dance routine at a rally is Janice Forfar. 4. 1983-84 Varsity Yell Squad, Front Row: Janice Forfar, Cindy Williams. Middle Row: Tufany Clark; head. Back Row: Sharon Rech, Chris Fourneir. 5. Trying her hardest to get participation during class competition is Chris Fournier. 6. Head cheerleader. Tiffany Clark, shows the crowd what it takes to be on Varsity Yell. 7. Awaiting the out- come of the football game are Janice Forfar and Sharon Rech. 32 Focusing on student life . . Varisty Yell. PR€CISIOf1 What is a football game or pep rally without Varisty Yell? Quiet! Once they were chosen for the squad, they never had a mo- ment to spare. They were either buying treats for the players, painting spirited signs, or attending all varsity games. The squad consisted of Tiffany Clark, Christine Fournier, Cindy Williams, Sharon Rech, and Janice Forfar. This year at camp the Var- sity Yell showed what spirit the Artesians had gaining a " Superior Trophy. " Focusing on student ... Q Q VarsiU ' Yell, O J SUP€RIOR What do you get when you see dancy steps, Fast moves and skillful talent? You get the 1983-84 Song squad, that ' s what. Mary Woo, Ravy Lu, Linda Martinez, Michelle Ankle, Sinetta Hover, and Laura Fisher did routines like " Maniac " , " Rock It " , " Freak-a-zoid, " and ' ' Boogie Down. " Their inter- pretations proved what hard work and long practices ac- complished. To set their spirits high, they came back from cheer camp with a " Superior Trophy " and a " Superior Banner, " ready to show the Artesians their stuff. 1. Song head, Mary Woo, leads her squad in a great routine. 2. During an Artesian rally, Laura Fisher shows her talent. 3. 1983-84 Song Squad, Front Row: Ravy Lu, Mary Woo, head; Michelle Ankle. Back Row: Sinetta Hoyer, Laura Fisher, Linda Martinez. 4. At the Homecoming rally, Sinetta Hoyer shows her excellent poise. 5. Posing for the crowd is Linda Martinez. 6. Showing the Artesians her dancy steps is Ravy Lu. 7. At one of many mor- ning rallies, Michelle Ankle waits for the next count. q A Focusing on student life . Ot Varsity Song. Focusing on Student Life ... OTZ Varsity Song. O O D€LIRIOUS Why does the head line read " Delirious? " Because it describes the way things happened for the Pep Flag squad. Things happened so fast that in all the mix ups, they occasionally ended up slightly Delirious. Be- ing the first squad in seven years was not easy, not by a long shot! They learned all they could at camp, gaining a Unity plague, a Superior trophy, and to top it off they were the smallest Pep Flag squad there. Once back at school they experimented and came up with more great moves. Then they com- bined all they had learn- ed and put on an awesome show. Although it was the first year for all, they proved that with a little effort and Unity, anything was possible, even being a number one squad! Left page; 1. Head Pep Flag leader. Chris Vega, performs during a rally. 2. Yuko Sonodo, eagerly watches the varsity game. 3. At a home game Rose Williams urges the crowd to participate. Right page: 4. 1983-84 Varsity Short Flags, Front Row: Rachelle Parson, Chris Vega, head; Rose Williams. Back Row: Wendy Meyer, Yuko Sonodo. 5. Wendy Meyer concentrates on perfection at a morning rally. 6. Rachelle Parsons watches the next plav at a ].V. football game. 7. Rose WiUiams and Chris Vega at a J.V. game. 36 Focusing on student life . Varsity Short Flags. Focusing on student life ... q ry Varsity Short Flags. O After winning several awards during cheerleading camp, it was obvious that the J.V. squad was united. Their two ' ' Superior Trophies " and one " Ex- cellent " award was just the beginning of a suc- cessful year. According to Robin Williams, head cheerleader, the squad showed great unity throughout the year. They seemed to over- come most of their obstacles just by sitting down and discussing their problems. Since they had this unity, they were able to perform under pressure and get everything accomplish- ed that they had set out to do. 1. Showing the team how it ' s done is Robin Williams. 2. 1983-84 Junior Varsity Squad, Front Row: Patty Flowers, Mellissa Eckroad, Illiana Nunez, Erin Karst. Back Row: Robin Williams; head. 3. Showing the latest moves with her arms is Patty Flowers. 4. Ready to spring into action is Illiana Nunez. 5. Showing her graceful style is Mellissa Eckroad. 6. Giving support to her home team is Maria Ar- chuletta. 7. Keeping time by clapping her hands is Jennifer Borcnardt. 8. Showing her spirit is Erin Karst. 38 Focusing on student life . I.V. Yell I MBITIOM Though they were the youngest and could not participate in cer- tain activities, the Freshmen yell show- ed much enthusiasm. To begin their year, they won one " Superior " ribbon and two " Excellent " ribbons. Head cheerleader, Marcy Washington ' s most memorable moment was getting to know each of the cheerleaders in- dividually. The squad put a lot of effort into their cheers to pro- duce a good show. 1. 1983-84 Freshmen Yell, Front Row: Amber Dineess, Jenny French, Missy Carter, Min Kang. Back Row: Mina Lee, Debbie Ham, Marcy Washington, head: Linda Matsamoto. 2. Marcy Washington, head cheerleader, shows what frosh is made of. 3. Debbie Ham is ' caught right in the middle of a cheer. 4. Keeping her arms perfectly straight, Min Kang shows her skill. 5. Missy Carter practices to achieve perfection. 6. Amber Dingess smiles to encourage the team. 7. |usl before her game. Jenny French practices her cheers. 8. Mina Lee keeps perfect time with her cheer. 9. Linda Matsamoto, during a lunch rally, impresses the crowd. Focusing on student life . . . Freshman Yell. 39 MI RCHIMG TO M€W GOP LS. They were talented, loud, and hardworking, and when you ' ve got that your bound to come up a win- ner, and that ' s exactly what the Artesian Band was WINNERS! They took first place in Colton, and second in Savanah. Prac- ticing not only made perfect for the band but it also conformed it ' s members into close friends. They practiced everyday during 5th period with Rifles, Drill Team, and Dance Line and then again on Weds, nights from 6:00-9:00. Per- formances at Dodger Stadium, Disneyland, rallies, and half-time shows made all the members that feeling of self-satisfaction, and that alone made it all worth while! Left page: 1. In perfect time are Terry Yun, Allen Letcher, and Paul Diaz. 2. Dan Castro doing what he does best. 3. Jeff Garza in Action. 4. Santa Jeff Johnson waves goodbye to his faithful raindeers. 5. Drum major Andrew Spurr. Right page: 1. Guy Graham knows where to go to get his uniform clean! 2. Rosanne Carbajal, Jeff Salisbury, Karin Semaan, and Sal Gonzales give their all at halftime. 40 Focusing on student life . Band. Front Row: Carolyn Salisbury, Sandy Ah-yoa, Dora Williams, Tami Brown, Cusey Lopez, Liz Gonzalez, Michelle Ankele, Tina Ma, Chris Kiltz, Kim Edmonson, Laurie Mulhearn, Tessie Asuncion. 2nd Row: Andrew Spuur, Charlene Christensen, Debbie Patterson, Carrie McAllistef, Saundra Chaffin, Dina Rodriguez, Susan Tully, Tammy Chapman, Theresa Wingate, Trisha Townzen, Tanya Black, Helen Moon, Sa rah Lewis, Roberta Chew, Kim Tow, Jeff Garza. 3rd Row: Dan Castro, Rosanne Carbajal, Noel Nichols, Paul Deas, Allen Letcher, Jeff Johnson, Mike Tully, MeHnda Garcia, Scott Burrell, Charlie Berthon, Donny Choe, Terry Yun, Victor Sanchez, Sean Cowell, Bryan Linden, Sal Gonzalez, Kathleen Mulhearn, Nolan Noble. 4th Row: Jessica Bernal, Gil Rosas, Eleanor Padilla, Susan Lind, Ernest Mclntyre, Jo Lee, Tina Schweitzer, Zonia Vasquez, Melissa Cecil, Raghida Semaan, Ann-Marie Salas, Carol Chavez. Missy Mosqueda. 5th Row: Fay Clamor, Lupe Trevino, Oliva Ortiz, Frank Nold, Tim Alder, Jon Walls, Jaime Alcala, Gerry Aguire, Martin Flores, Jeff Salisbury, Julie Patino, Mario Fletcher, Martie Castillo, Linda Sobek. 6th Row: Caroline Rioja, Jesus Mendoza, Anita Garcia, Karin Semaan, Clyde Jones, Jean McGuire, Jim Watson, Ava Gplton, Allen McCabe, Todd Takeshita, Syndee Summers, Eric Nasa, and Lynell Russell. 7th Row: Rhonda Hammond, Andy Mclntyre, Gary Edmonson, Paul Tapia, Joey Jacobs, Ross Hales, Jay Christensen, Sharon King, Michelle Martinusen, Guy Graham, Cindv Castro, Gil Waldo, Carol Bradshawl. 8th Row: Laura Murray, Bobby Rodriguez, Will McAllister, David Dye, Tim Woens, Joel Hensley, Jorge Lopez, David Martinusen, Benito Ramirez, Gary Jewell, Ricky Franco, and Mandy Dubin. 41 SmriDIMG TML Always act- ive is a good word to describe the Tall Flags squad. Practic- ing for halftime shows . . . ralhes . . . and competitions. It seem- ed hlce practicing was endless that and per- forming. Yet, they still managed to stand tall at competitions and bring home various awards for their school. Friendships gained and the thrill of competing . . . and winning made it all worthwhile. Front Row: Sandy Ahyou, Roberta Chew. Tammy Chap- man. Trisha Townsen. Kim Tow. Second Row: Lori Mulhern, Sarah Lewis. Sandra Chaffin. Dina Rodriguez, Theresa Windgate. Third Row: Carey McCalhster. Debbie Patterson, Tanya Blaci , Andrew Spur. Leaders: Tessie Ascusion, and Carolvn SaHsburv. 42 Focusing on student life Tall Flags. Right page; 1. Showing how their routine begins Carolyn SailslDury, and Tessie Ascusion. 2. Carrie McAlleste practices before a game. 3. Sandy Abyo gives a smashing performance at a rallie. 4. A lot of practice is needed to get perfect preci- sion. Left page: 1. Tall flags, and other units show their spirit by doing the Alma Mater at a rallie. 2. Tanya Black knows the routine with ease. 3. Tammy Cbatmen practices on the football field. 4. Another long hard practice for tall flags. 5. Awaiting their turn at the rally is the tall flag unit. Focusing on student life . . . Tall Flags. 43 coMG on . . . BCM IT! What ' s bigger, strong- er, and better than ever before? You guessed it Artesia ' s very own Rifle Squad! Performing v ith the band was a major function of this squad but they also performed at rallies and half time shows to such routines as " Mas- querade " , Come on Feel the Noise, " and " Beat It. " Talk about winners! These girls won in every competition they entered, and they never placed lower than second. Led by co-heads Carol Bradshaw and Rhonda Ham- mond the squad gave their all, way to go girls! 1. Caroline Rioja at an Artesian halftime. 2. Co-head Rhonda Hammon in action. 3. An excellent perfor- mance by Mandy Dubin. 4. Fay Clamour, is confident of her halftime performance. 5. Laura Murray and Linda Sobek concentrating on their moves. 6. Co- head Carol Bradshaw. Front Row: Laura Murray, Fay Clamour, Mandy Dubin. Back Row: Linda Sobek, Susan Banuelos. 44 Focusing on student life . Rifles. STILL BI BieS! What ' s only 2 years old, somewhat large in size and usually spotted in red, white, and black? The Artesian Dance line! These girls spent long hard hours preparing for competition and half-time shows. This effort paid off in impressive per- formances. Co- captains Liz Gon- zalez and Michelle Ankle led the eight other girls with their routines. Dance Line worked with the band on the field and during competition, but on- ly eight of the ten girls performed on the field. Yes, Dance Line did quite well, but that really isn ' t a sur- prise! Now is it? i- -j ..- 1. Dance Line doing a formation. 2. Frustrated Kim Edmonson doesn ' t understand why she decided to be in this skit. 3. Chris Keltz iieeps in balance. 4. Head Liz Gonzales is right in step as usual. Front Row: Casey Lopez, Tina Ma. Tammy Brown, Mickev Stanford. Middle Row: Liz Gonzales, Michele Ankele. Back Row: Dora Williams. Man, ' Woo, Natalie Franks. Chris Kiltz. Focusing on student life . . . Dance Line. 45 TH€ M€W sensMion Have you heard of the new club on campus. ' It is Pioneer Patrol, a dan- cing club for anyone who likes to dance to funk music. They have perform- ed for Artesia High School games and rallies, and make-up their own routines. This newly added performing club is very entertaining and gives us a chance to enjoy funk music. 1. Mario Willis and Shana Powell posing proudly by the victory bell. 2. Cookie McAdory gives Mario Willis the look to start the routine. 3. Ingrid Pestano is showing Angela Newbell the right way to pose for candids. 4. Kelly Richardson and Rhonda Wofford, getting so hyperactive that they can- not sit down. 46 Focusing on . Student Life. 4 Front Row: Shana Powell. Second Row: Kelly Richardson, In- grid Pestano, Rhonda Wofford. Angela Newbell. Third Row: Mario Willis, Cookie McAdory. Projecting on Athletics Athletics were a channel of student life in which many students could ex- cel in. You experienced self-satisfaction that came from giving it your all for yourself and your school. Not to mention the pride you felt when you or your team proved victorious. After all we did excel in team sports. The Boys ' Vs. Football and Basketball teams went all the way to GIF! While the J.V. and frosh teams were ieague champs Artesia ' s Fast Ladies kept up their respectable reputation as they went to GIF for the 11th year in a row. Water Polo also was back stronger than ever and with a renewed in- terest in water sports. All this took effort! Not to mention hours of hard work and en- durance for many Artesians. We projected on athletics by planning to give our all in all of our athletic endeavors. 47 Left page; Coach Flowers rests after a hard day coaching the " Fast Ladies. " 2. Coach Phillips is exhausted after a hard practice. 3. Coach Montgomery gives a pep talk at the homecoming rally. 4. Coach La Rosa gets news from the newsbox and spreads it to the team. Right page. 1. Coach Guz- man gives the game plan. 2. Coach Guegiana gets ready to give the foot- ball team a " real " workout. 48 Focusing on athletics . Coaches. : M :: 1 ' «»-r » ' M.«-5S?l ■HT- ' 1 ' tf r Im ■Umi P B ' K; j Bfi ' tf Sfl ! ■■ B M ,- «J§ v-:v SN ; —• .»■ ' — r- ' t m L ( f L y B ' S — - y ' ;i8 wlm More Than Just a Job Coaching is a hard job that just not anyone can do. Tak- ing both time and pa- tience, a coach must teach and guide athletes to excel in the sport they are par- ticipating in. Inside that tough exterior, a coach is a concerned person who cares for each player. Although coaching is not all peaches and cream, it is very reward-ing and a challenge. Focusing on athletics ... C Coaches. j The First String After playing four years of football Shannon Jacobs was voted all league and most valuable offen- sive player as well as all area southeast player. He played three years of varsity and passed for ap- proximately 1400 yards his junior year. Although Shannon was best known as be- ing the varsity starting quarterback for two years. He also par- ticipated in two other sports, basketball and baseball. Four years of basketball, in- cluding two years of varsity, finally brought him the title of all league. Lastly, the three years of baseball brought him plenty of pleasure and recognition. We would like to congratulate Shannon Jacobs on his out- standing achieve- ments. Shannon Jacobs 50 Focusing on athletics . . . Athlete of the Year. in Pioneer Atliletics Shelly Bowcutt was Shelley Bowcutt voted athlete of the year because of her outstanding abilities in basketball and soft- ball. Basketball was Shelley ' s most re- warding sport. Her remarkable four years of varsity basketbal l has brought her the honor of all league and all C.I.F. player for three years in a row. Shelly was also voted the 1984 most valuable plaver in basketball. Shelly ' s athletic career went on to play three years of Softball including one year of varsity. The 1983-84 year- book Staff would like to congratulate Shelly Bowcutt for the outstanding achieve- ment in Artesian Athletics. Focusing on athletics ... n -1 Athlete of the Year. J- Left page: 1. Don Ward is ready to stop his Gahr opponent. 2. The offensive for backs in actions. 3. A victorious game brought Simon Seaman, Eric Schulte, Scott, and Ron Flowers to the victory bell. 4. A spirited football team has high hopes for the homecoming game. 5. An Artesian huddle. Right page: 1. The hero of the Artesian football team Shannon Jacobs (mvp). 2. Fale Manu carries ball. 3. Bill Parker in action! 4. Defensive players Fale Manu, Troy Patterson, John Deyoe and Sanford Brown use their strength. 52 Focusing on athletics . , Varsity Football. " Tower of Strength " Open your ears, can ' t K ou hear it, the elmets crashing . . . players growl- ing, roaring fans, Cheerleaders yell- ing chants, arguing between the coaches and referee, cussing be- tween members of the opposite teams. These are the sounds of the Arte- sian " tower of strength, " otherwise known as Artesia ' s own Varsity Foot- ball team! Yes, we were loud but the " Big Red Force " was on the move so watch out! But only a football player knew the feeling of having a six ft., 200 poundlinebacker after you who will kill to get the ball. Focusing on athletics . . . Varsity Football. 1st Row: 30 Marty Saltikov, 31 Fale Manu, 86 Vic Malone, 10 Kyle Beeson, 21 Omar Aguirre, 54 Rudy Lopez, 24 Vance Anderson, 11 joe Santos. 2nd Row: 81 David Vela, 21 Steve Estrada, 23 Don Ward, 42 Matt Piohia, 52 Ralph Hart- mann, 51 Rick Lazada, 32 Dan Santos, 64 Jim Rubin, 43 Abraham Najem, 44 Greg Arnold. 3rd Row: 83 Lee Urias, 82 Scott Combs, Coach Montgomery, Coach La Rosa, Coach Vela, Coach McHattan, 88 Mark Luedke, 53 Robert Toyer, 69 Dan Gawer. 4th Row: 73 Troy Patterson, 76 David Ramos, 67 Elias Ohayon, 41 Darryl Alexander, 40 Kevin Stewart, 70 Eric Shulte, 74 Bill Parker, 34 Baltazar Andrade, 77 Simon Seeman, 87 Sanford Brown, 14 Darren Cropley. 5th Row: 62 Scott Rabicin, 72 Nasser Dahdul, 75 Keith Shulist, 12 Shannon Jacobs, 50 Pete Arzola, 13 James Walker, 85 Ron Flores, 22 Guy Montgomery, 33 Mike Sheffy, 78 John Deyoe. J [O ■• " % 54 Focusing on athletics . Varsity Football. Varsity Was United! Excitement was in the air as each player pulled together and gave their all for the team. With 7 returning all leaguers Shannon Jacobs, James Walker, Vic Malone, Fale Manu, Sanford Brown, Keith Schulist, and David Vela, the Artesian force went to GIF. The team was led by Shannon Jacobs who was the Suburban League Offensive Player of the Year in ' 82. (Not to mention the best passer in Artesia ' s history.) He was often seen praying before each game. It was large- ly Shannon who boosted the Big Red team ' s average to 22.6 points per game. It was not until Shannon got sacked and suffered from a broken collar- bone that the team ' s success began to falter. Left page: 1. Ron Floras attempts to block an opponent. 2. After the game the Big Red Force is optimistic about going to CIF. 3. Guy Montgomery punts the Ball. 4. Bill Parker goes after the opponent. Right page: 1. Rick Lozada gives a skilled kick. 2. The Artesian defensive line. 3. S. Rabion, D. Ward, T. Patterson, S. Bfown and K. Schulist rest after an exhausting play. 4. Don Ward goes for the ball. Focusing on athletics ... p- [- Varsity Football. O J League Champions The 1983 version of the Artesia High J.V. Football team was one of excitement, surprise, and togetherness. With great satisfaction of an overall 9 and 1 record, and a perfect 5-0 league mark, this was a fine co- ordinated machine. Coaches Weiss and Guggiana, with aid of assistants Goddard and Raphael, molded this group of fine athletes into a solid team. On offense the [.V. Pioneers were led by the crunching runs of Al Rodriguez, Tim Armenia, and Peter Chen. Quarterback Scott Wakimura found his favorite recei er Todd Gug- giana (30 catches and 7 touchdowns) for man ' big plays. Opening big holes for the backs were leading blockers Vince Castillo, John O ' Brien, and Rob Barger. Jess Oiler won two big games with his fine field goal kicking. To be successful in football, vou have to have a strong defense. The j.V. ' s defense bent, but would not break. Top tacklers were linemen Greg Rasar and Steve Smith; Hnebackers Ron Flower and Rene Duran; safeties Dave Walls, Rich Kizzie, and Mike Perez. Blending their athletic talents with a great attitude, this year ' s J.V. squad proved that thev were all winners. ' f - Row 1: V. Castillo. A. Hajjar, M. Mills, S. Hoffman, L. Hulse, R. Jewell, G. Rasar, A. Rodriguez, L. Vadlong, J. O ' Brien, [. Oiler. Row 2: L. Campbell, T. Jones, R. Thurston, S. Wakimura, P. Chen, M. Perez, [. Rodriguez, D. Walls, S. Smith, S, Gracian. Row 3: R. Barger, T. Guggiana, E. Pino, S. May, " T. Medina. Row 4: ]. Quan, R. Immerman, Coach G., Coach Wiess, C. Tratter, Coach Raphael, Coach Goddard, R. Duran, M. Or- tiz. Row 5: C. Advincula, K. Raphael, S. Lee, T. Dunn, R. Kizee, E. Mark, T. Armenia, L. Avila. Row 6: A. Arrieta, D. Alford, K. Anderson, B. Hammond, G. Sanchez, R. Flower. 56 Focusing on Athletics . I.V. Football. 1. Quick off the snap, Lorenzo Avila is eager to ward off threatening Hnemen. 2. Excellent on defense, Rene Duran wrestles his opponent to the turf. 3. After a touchdown, Korey Raphael embraces the ball. 4. Behind the line, Scott Wakimura smothers his rival for a loss. 5. Peter Chen com- pliments Tim Armenta on a touchdown run. Focusing on Athletics . . l.V. Footbal 57 HaMaaWMttMiti«ii£«i w Top Row: Chuck Giodeti, Bruce Roos, Jamie Deyoe, Ray Estrada, Eddy Pierce, Paul Asbury, Brian Smith, Manuel Lopez, Victor Matos. Second Row: )oe Roberts, John Urias, Kenya Smith, James Llamas, Ron Fisher, Craig Malanzo, Rick Ramos. Third Row: Robert Ayres, Jose Renada, Coach Brown, Coach Stapp, Coach O ' Don- nell, Brian Smith, Jack Williams. Fourth Row: Rodger Dawes, Bill Ayers, Jimmy Moreno, Eric Ander- son, John Shackleford, Raymon Anderson, John Shackleford, Raymon Aragon. Fifth Row: Tony Henson, Kevin Reggis, Mar- tin Vega, Jason Armenta, Wilford Figeroua, Stephan Casio. Bottom Row: Kevin Kansaki, Max Young, Daniel Bugay, Chris Clark. -f 4X 58 Focusing on Athletics . Freshman Football. Undefeated In League Football hopes were bright for the freshman team at the start of the season. And bright they proved to be, as tne Pioneers roll- ed to an overall 9-1 record including an undefeated league record of 5-0. A record that brought a Suburban League championship to a team that deserved the praise of Coach Stapp and his assistants Bill Brown and Dennis O ' Donald. The Pioneers gave every team trouble, in- cluding a talented Cerritos which handed Artesia their only loss of the year. The potent of- fense vuas led by the running of Vic Matos, and the passing of Brian Smith. Rounding out the attack were Jason Armenia, and John Urias, who did the receiving. Equally as strong was the defense which was led by Jamie Deyoe, Jim Moreno, Bruce Roos, and Ron Fisher. 1. Ray Certeza returns a kick-off for a gain. 2. Quarterback Brian Smith races back to throw another complete pass. 3. Striving for yardage Brian Smith in- ches past nis opponents. 4. Breaking through the Hne Bruce Roos, Jamie Deyoe, and Ricky Ramos rush for the quarterback. 5. SaiHng into the open, Daniel Bugay sprints down the field. 6. Awaiting their next play the offense takes a breather. Focusing on Athletics . . . Freshman Football. 59 WIMNIiG COMBIIiMIOM Artesia Varsity Wrestling has been doing very well this year. The wrestling team has won every match with the exception of Mayfair. Here are the names of the varsity wrestlers: Bill Parker, Mike Davidson, Randy Davidson, Gus Banuelos, Robert Copeland, Bill Furnish and Dino Elipulus. Bill Parker is the Team Captain and League Champ. He was also awarded " Mr. Olympian " and " Most Valuable Wrestler. " Bill Parker also holds the school record for falls with 21. Mike Davidson was awarded " Most Improved " and Robert Copeland placed 6th in 2A CIF. All the Members contributed a lot to the team this year. Junior Varsity Wrestling is at its best! The Bottom Row: [on Davidson, Mike Peterson, Philip Madrid, Dino Elipulus, Bill Furnish. 2nd Row: Philip Jackson, Richard Rodriguez, Mike Butcher, Mike Davidson, Roger Warner, Richard Strong. 3rd Row: Coach Phillips, David Valvuerde, Max Young, Wolf Schlicht, Robert Copeland, Coach Engle. 4th Row: Tim Shimkus, Ray Aragon, Randy Davidsion, Gus Banuelos, Denny Furnish, Guerimo Palamo. Top Row: Greg Generis, Jamie Deyoe, Joe Nazarowski, Bill Parker, ana Chuck Guidotti. young b ut talented Frosh Soph J.V. team had on- ly one loss to Mayfair, but as far as their other op- ponents, Artesia had " pinned " their way to se- cond place in Suburban League. The team was led by two outstanding wrestlers: Max Young and Wolf Schlict. The other team members were: Jon Davidson, Mike Peterson, Philip Madrid, Philip Jackson, RaJph Rodriguez, Mike Butcher, Roger Warner, Richard Strong, David VaJvuerde, Tim Shimkus, Ray Aragon, Guerimo Palamo, Greg Generis, James Deyoe, Joe Nazarowski, and Chuck Guidotti. 60 Focusing on athletics . Wrestling. Left Page: 1. Another victory for Bill Parker. Right Page: Gus Banuelos in pinning position. 2. Mike Davidson checks out his opponent. 3. Jamie Deyoe in a perfect star- ting position. Focusing on athletics ... o -1 Wresthng. D JL HPir - j " J ) ■ J p K ' - ! . , ■ 3 1 ' j r -- ■ ,-f . J Ik ] i1 41 k. .: .«fc. 62 Focusing on athletics . Wrestling. Left page: 1. Bill Furnish is trying for the pin. 2. Mike Daviason controls his opponent. 3. Wolf Schlicht makes a great move as it costs his opponent an arm and a leg. 4. Dino Elipulus after an impressive victory. 4 Right page: 1. Preparing to attack is Max Young. 2. Randv Davidson reacts calmly as his opponent attacks. 3. Bill Parker studies his opponent before an attack. 4. Sprawling for defense is Tim Shimkus. Focusing on athletics ... O O Wrestling. U O SPIKe IT! Spike it! This term probably went through the Varsity Volleyball team members ' minds a number of times through the season. During the games the players waited for the other team to try to spike it so we could return the ball and score. The Varsity team did not do as well as an- ticipated but they did maKe Artesia proud with a fourth place tie in the League. The team pulled together when it was needed and worked with all their efforts. The team was in conten- tion for GIF play-offs except they had a little bit of misfortune in their last few games and were unable to attend the play-offs. In all, the Var- sity volleyball team had a challenging season and ended it with a rewarding standing in the league. Top Row: Lynetta Smith, Tina Davis, Kristine Verdugo, Michelle Thomas, Coach Kamper. Bottom Row: Lisa Verdugo, Madelyn Quijano, Stephanie Wade. Left Page: 1. Giving the girls a few suggestions is Coach Kamper. 2. Getting ready to hit the ball is Tina Davis. Right Puge: 1. Try- ing to get that special edge on the ball is Kris Verdugo. 2. Michelle Thomas shows the form for a serve. 3. Teammates are overjoyed because of the victory over their opponents. 4. Lisa Verdugo decides to use a different st ' le to hit the ball. m lo u fl i? " " " " ' 64 Focusing on athletics . Varsity Volleyball. llMp sli tfi» iriists d Ar ; Focusing on athletics ... CiVZ Varsity Volleyball. D O JUMP In the game of Volleyball you can not stand around, you have to run, bend, stretch and of course jump. You have to time the ball and set it up for your teammates and that ' s just what the J.V. team did. The J.V. team was a relatively new team this year as many of the team members had not worked together before. The team had a suc- cessful pre-season and ended the season plac- ing fifth in the League. The team members made new friends and gained valuable ex- perience as the season progressed. The team may have a promising future. Front Row: Kim Bumcrot, Maria Rodriguez, Janet McKay. Middle Row: Denise Quan, Shawna Hunt. Michele Coins, Lisa Bjork, Margie Martinez. Back Row:.Couch Eiden, Barbara Boyd, Colleen Snanks, Serena Vanheerdt, Jackie Gritton, Rose Madrigal. Left page; 1. Putting extra effort into fier jump to hit the ball is Colleen Shanks. 2. Coing down on one knee to insure the hit is Jackie Gritton. Right page: 1. Keeping her eye onthe ball is Serena Vanheerdt. 2. Getting ready to bump the ball is Janet McKay. 3. Bumping the ball to one of her teammates is Maria Rodriguez. 4. Some team members get ready to set the ball up. 5. Lisa Bjork prepares to come in contact with the ball. 6. Showing the right form is Margie Martinez. 7. Going down low to hit the ball is Valery Morua. 8. Michele Coins waits anxiously for the ball. 66 Focusing on athletics . J.V. Volleyball. Focusing on athletics ... O rr J.V. Volleyball. U Ability With an impressive league record of 8-2, the Varsity Boys ' Basketball Team won the Surburban League Championship for the second consecutive year. Leading the team offensively were Kelly Rasar ana Stacy Sugimura with strong support from guards Mike Datcher, Shan- non Jacobs, and James Walker. These plus center John McAfee pulled together to surprise a lot of people by com- ing out on top. The key to this year ' s suc- cess was Coach Ackerman ' s ability to teach the players now to play together as a team. 68 Focusing on athletics . . . Varsity Boys ' Basketball. 56 Artesia vs. Mayfair 44 48 Artesia vs. Norwalk 42 42 Artesia vs. Glenn 57 43 Artesia vs. La Mirada 41 58 Artesia vs. Bellflower 63 54 Artesia vs. Mayfair 53 70 Artesia vs. Norwalk 61 55 Artesia vs. Glenn 44 65 Artesia vs. La Mirada 63 48 Artesia vs. Bellflower 45 Left page: 1. John McAffee leaps for another jumpshot. 2. Rob Garrison out jumps opponents to get a shot off. 3. Shannon Jacobs shoots from outside. Right page: 1. Kelly Rasar does a jump shoot. 2. Mike Datcher hoops from the top of the key. 3. Under the basket Jimmy Rosas makes an outstanding shot. Focusing on underclassmen . . . Varsity Boys ' Basketball. 69 Basketball With a Bang . . . 70 Focusing on athletics . . . Basketball. M ' AV 7a ' -.■ .« .,«-. • » Focusing on athletics ... rr ' i Basketball. 1 20-2 in League Winning the Suburban League Champion- ship, the Fresnman Basketball Team in- creased their record to seven championships in the past ten years, Thanks to the coaching of Mr. Johnson the freshmen went 10-0 in league. The backbone of the 11 man team included starters Brian Smith, Jason Armenia, Kenya Smith, and Kenny Serrano. Dominating the boards was Victor Matos who averaged over 11 rebounds a game, while the high scorer of the team, Darren Bass had an average of 22 points a game. ■ n{ M Front Row: Coach Johnson. Kenn ' Serrano. Bruce Roose. Victor Matos. Kenya Smith. Brian Smith. Darin Bass. Back Row: Jason Armenia, Jack Williams, Danny Bugay, Wessley, Mike Bohanne. rj r Focusing on athletics . . . Zi Freshmen Bovs ' Basketball 6 Left page: 1. Victor Matos goes up for the rebound while Jason Armenia and Brian Smith anxiously await the result. 2. Overshadowing his opponents Bruce Roos has no problem re- bounding the ball. Right page: 1. Brian Smith takes a shot for an easy two points. 2. Daniel Bugay goes up for a jump shot against La Mirada. 3. Avoiding an opponent Kenya Smith eyes the basket. 4. Really getting up there, Victor Matos hits a bankshot. 5. Darren Bass takes aim before shooting. 6. Ken Serrano lets loose with another two pointer. Focusing on athletics . . . Freshmen Boys ' Basketball. 73 nee Again The Fast Ladies successfully defended their Suburban League crown for the fifth consecutive season with an im- pressive 10-0 record. Coach Flowers, whg was named Coach of the Year by the Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame, had only two returning players, Cathy Beadle and Shelley Bowcutt. But these two teamed up with Leslie Babcock, Tammy Dupuy, and Michele Thomas, to lead the team to a respectible 20-4 overall record. 74 Focusing on athletics . . . Varsity Girls ' Basketball. Front Person: Yronda McAllie. Front Row: Michelle Thomas, Tammy Dupuis, Stacy Anderson, Shelly Bowcut, Cathy Beadle. Back Row: Carla Wilson, Beckey Pass, Shelly Schack, Terri Grit- ton, Leslie Babcot, Cerise Snuggs. V V H l r . I H K: J K j B m .. ' .jfli 1 Left page: 1. Leslie Babcock proves to be the aggressor in this jump shot. 2. Cherise Snuggs sinks one after the other. 3. Stacy Anderson, Tammy Dupuy and Cathy Beadle wait for the decen- ding ball. Right page; 1. Cathy Beadle tries for two. 2. Shelly Bowcut anticipates the outcome of her shot. Focusing on athletics ... ' 7 [T Varsity Girls ' Basketball. O A Solid Effort Finishing third in league, the Junior Varsity Girls put forth a solid effort. With strong performances by Valerie Morua, Margie Martinez, and Lanetta Smith, the J.V. Basketball team ended with a 7-3 record in league. Helping to round out the team were Carmen Snuges, and Barbara Boyd! With each game, they im- proved, preparing them to move on to higher levels of com- petition in the future. Sliyna Wilson, Chalise Kleinhans, Barbara Boyd, Lenatta Smith, Carmen Snuggs, Valarie Morua, Michelle Coins, Janette Anderson, Francine Hinostoroza, and Coach Kamper. 76 Focusing on athletics . J.V. Cirls ' Basketball. Left page: 1. Showing her unique style, Lanetta Smith closes her eyes before shooting. 2. Out hustling her opponent, Margie Martinez fights for possesion. 3. Carmen Snuggs out manuevers an opponent for two more points. Right page: 1. Valerie Morua in a tight spot. 2. Barbara Boyd puts one up from the outside. 3. On the fast break, Margie Martinez drives to the hoop. 4. After outrunning her opponent, Michelle Coins goes for the lay-up. Focusing on athletics ... rjrj J.V. Girls ' Basketball. Soccer Kicks . . . Focusing on athletics Soccer. Their Way to Victory! ' ■• ' «♦ Focusing on athletics ... rrQ Soccer. O Getting on the Ball Artesia High ' s Varsity Soccer team was selected very carefully by coacn Ellis, the team par- ticipated in long hours of practice to succeed highly in competition. At each game every one of the Artesia soc- cer players a lot of concentration and strategy to overcome their opponents. Left page: 1. Florencio Lugo trys vigorously to make a goal. Right page: 2. George Perez uses some technique in getting the ball to a teammate. 3. Asuncion Gonzalez dribbles the ball down to his goal. 4. As Florencio Lugo gets ready to kick the ball, his opponent looks a little worried of Florencio mak- ing a goal. 5. Raul Aguilar hopes to score a goal. Front Row: William Hartiinez, Efrin Soto, Edgard Alvarado, Asuncion Gonzalez, John Knott, David Lugo, Eddie Mejia! Not Pictured: Tim Duncan. Back Row: Saji Perez, Florencio Lour, Raul Aguilar, Coach Ellis, Richard Ibarra, Pedro Arechia, Ralph Davislou, Ernie Tweebeeke. 80 Focusing on athletics . Soccer. ■«„ Focusing on athletics ... n ! Soccer. O J. A Surprising Season A famous player named Yogi Berra once said this of a baseball game: " It ain ' t over, ' til it ' s over! " How true this adage pertained to the 1984 varsity baseball team. Returning only three starters from the previous season, Coach " G " and Coach Weiss had to mold a new unit. The early pre-season found the Arte- sians searching for the right combination. The hitting and fielding of seniors Guy Montgomery, Dave Vela, Chuck Rodriguez, Jeff Grant and Jim Rosas carried the Artesian nine in the early go- ing. As league began, new heroes developed, especially the play of sophomores Todd Gug- giana, Mike Lau, and Gunnar Seedborg. The turning point for Artesia seemed to be the Bolsa Grande Easter Tournament as the Arte- sians took second place out of sixteen teams. Returning to league play, the Artesians got hot and managed to gain a CLF " . berth. Everyone contributed, particularly Ty Ortiz, Kyle Beeson, Vic Malone, and Kelly Rasar off the bench. As the play-offs started, Artesia could only dream of reaching the semi-finals like last year, but the odds seemed against the Artesians. Miracles do happen, as the Artesia unrated nine shocked Capo Valley (the number one seeded team) 5 to 3 to advance. Guy Montgomery spar- kled on the mound. Clutch hits by Rosas and Rasar pulled off the upset. Game number two of the plav-offs found the Artesians trailing Irvine in the late innings, but Todd Guggiana and Jeff Grant came through with big hits to pull out a victory in eight innings. The Artesians stumbled in the quarter finals 2 to 1, but nothing can take away the memories of this Cinderella team of 1984. All league honors were gathered bv Guy Montgomery (pitcher], Jeff Grant (IB), Jim Rosas (OF), and Todd Gug- giana (catcher). This was truly a trying, but en- joyable, season for the " Team " and its supporters. 1 2 82 Focusing on athletics . Varsity Baseball. ■ T- i iLS, b 7 P sn 1. Jeff Grant holds off on a bad pitch. 2. Guy Montgomery turns the double play. 3. Dave Vela applies tag to stop a Canyon rally. 4. Jim Rosas powers the Pioneers in the C.I.F. play-offs. 5. Vic Malone swings for the fences. 6. Chuck Rodriguez turns the double play. 7. Sophomore catcher Todd Guggiana gets bowled over, but makes the putout in C.I.F. action. 8. Gunnar Seedborg follows through to throw a curve at the opponent. 9. Coach " G " and Coach Weiss encourage the players in the C.I.F. play-offs. 10. Varsity Team Members were, Front Row: Ty Ortiz, Todd Gug- giana, Kyle Beeson, Vic Malone, Ray Martinez, Dave Vela. Second Row: Steve Davidson, Jim Rosas, Lee Urias, Chuck Rodriguez, Jeff Grant, Kelly Rasar. Back Row: Guy Mont- gomery, Coach Tony Guggiana, Coach Keven Raphael, Coach Howard Weiss, Mike Lau and Keith Schulist. Focusing on athletics . . . Varsity Baseball. 83 Strategies That Worked Competitive was the key word for the J.V. Baseball team. Coaches Goddard and Raphael used many combinations of players to form a unit which ended 13 and 10 for the season. In the early part of the campaign, the youthful Pioneers were led by pitchers Gunnar Seedborg, Scott Smith, Joey Brazil, and Ron Gossett. As the league play began, it was the bats of Steve Rett, Ron Flower, Shane May, Mike Fulop and Tim Armenia which carried the team to many vic- tories. The fine glove play of Rod Benson, Ron Salts, Rob Axton, and George Franco kept the Pioneers close at all times. Off the bench came solid support from athletes Albert Hernandez, Tom Smith, and Bill Smith. Focusing on athletics ' .V. Baseball. 4 5 6 7 1. Tim Armenia readies himself to get another hit. 2. Shane May puts the crunch on Norwalk runner in a league game. 3..I.V. Team Members were, Front Row: George Franco, Scott Smith, Steve Rott, David Smith, Ronnie Flower, Joey Brazil. Second Row: Gunnar Seedborg, Mike Fulop, Shane May, Tim Armenta, Korey Raphael, Robby Axton, Rod Benson. Back Row: Coacn Terry Goddard, Ronnie Gossett, Ron Salts, Albert Hernandez, Tom Smith and Coach Kyle Raphael. 4. Shortstop Ron Gossett makes it look easy. S. ' Steve Rott goes on to steal another base. 6. Second baseman, Ron Flower, makes the tag to stop an opponent. 7. Scott Smith makes a running catch for the out. 8. Joey Brazil fires one past an opponent. Focusing on athletics . . . J.V. Baseball. 85 hampions! The ' 84 rookie crop looked good. The freshmen athletes of Artesia topped off a great first year by winning the San Gabriel Valley League championship. By going 10 and 0, the young Pioneers took the title for the school ' s first time. To be a winner in baseball, vou need strong pitching. The flexible arms of pitchers Brian Smith, Bill Karn, and Darren Bass tamed the op- ponents. Strong defense to support the pitchers were infielders Jason Armenia, Ken Serrano, Tony Henson and Bruce Roos. Outfielders Keith Wiley and Jack Williams contributed with many fine catches. The key hitters all season for the Frosh Pioneers were catcher Vic Mates, out- fielder Jaime Deyoe, and second baseman Jeff Denham. Coaches Raphael, Bowcutt, and Shoulders took great pride in this team, and hope that they will continue to improve and contribute to the Artesia baseball program. 1. Brian Smith watches as Ken Serrano throws out another opponent. 2. Bruce Roos handles a throw from Jeff Denham to stop an opponent. 3. Freshmen Team Members were, Front Row: Jack Williams, Tony Henson, Jason Armenta, Keith Wiley, Kenny Serrano. Second Row: Jamie Deyoe, Brian Smith, |eff Denim. Darin Bass, Paul Asban,-. Billy Karns. Back Row: Vic- tor Matos, Coach Bob Bowcut, Coach Keven Raphael, Coach Rich Shoulders and Bruce Ross. 4. Catcher Vic Matos fires to Jason Armenta to nail a Cerritos runner. 5. Champion Freshmen team members celebrate another vic- tory. 6. Jamie Deyoe stretches to beat the throw for his championship team. 86 Focusing on athletics . Freshmen Baseball. . " ' i ' 1 Leaches Sporting Goods 12113 E. Carson Hawaiian Gardens, California 90716 (213) 865-3542 Focusing on athletics ... 0 7 Freshmen Baseball. O Play Ball From the superior coaching of Mr. McHatton the 1983-84 Varsity Softball team came in first place tied with Mayfair. To help them with their vic- tories was the outstanding pit- cher Estela Gutierrez, super clutch hitting led by Carmen Mar- tinez, the good all around batter Tammy Dupuy, and great defense led by Shelley Bowcutt. In GIF, the team lost to Glen- dale Hoover 3-0 in quarter finals. They beat Brea in second round 5-3, and beat St. Lucy ' s first round 3-1. 88 Focusing on athletics . . , Varsity Softball. Left page: 1. Practicing for the next pitch is Shelley Bowcutt. 2. Timing the pit- cher is Stacy Costa. 3. Waiting for the next pitch is Michelle Guthery. 4. Front Row: Nadine Marquez, Margie Martinez, Vrronica Reynada, Cathy Dias. Mid- dle Row: Michelle Guthery, Carmen Martinez, Stacy Costa, Cindy Guidotti, Carol Bradshaw. Back Row: Mr. McHatton, Tammy Dupuy, Jamie Leeburg, Shelley Bowcutt, Estela Gutierrez. Right Page 5. Showing her strength is Estela Gutierrez. 6. Awaiting for the next bat- ter is Carol Bradshaw. 7. Showing her running ability is Carmen Martinez. 8. Showing the other team what a catcher is made of is Tammy Dupuy. Focusing on athletics ... Q O Varsity Softball. Oo 1. Giving the team some support is Jamie Leeburg, Veronica Reynada, Cindy Guidotti, and Nadine Marquez. 2. Waiting patiently to hit the ball is Cathy Dias. 3. Watching the game intensively is coach McHatton. 4. Carmen Martinez and Tammy Dupuy eagerly await the next play. 90 Focusing on athletics . Varsity Softball. Catch It The 1983-84 Junior Varsity team could be thought of as two teams. The reason for this was because the team consisted of eighteen strong players. Some of the players to help the team were the MVP on defense, Melissa Eckroad, MVP on offense, Denise Quan, and the overall MVP Korey Forchione. " Due to a rash of in- juries, we were unable to win, " said coach LaRosa. The team finished second in league and lost the championship in the last game. Front Row: Melissa Eckroad, Caroline Rioia, Erin Karst, Rosemary Bernel, Francine Hinestroza. Middle Row: San- dy Zamirippa, Diana Gonzalez, Bobby Hoffester, Lisa Guidotti, Korey Forchione, Patty Flowers. Back Row: Rachelle Parsons, Aaron Earnest, Valerie Morua, Lanetta Smith, Rhonda Caron, coach LaRosa. 2. Contemplating the situation, coach LaRosa makes a wise decision. Focusing on athletics ... n " 1 I.V. Softball, y 1 L€T TH€ eb ' GriTS BeCIM! One thought that was probably in the minds of the track team members was " Let the events begin. " As the girls ' team came in the first in Suburban League and both the boys ' team were Tri-champs. The women ' s track team did exceptionally well this year. It had overall strength in all the events. Throughout the season the girls worked hard and by their markings going up they proved it payed off. There was only a few seniors on the team which means next year ' s team may prove to be promising. As for the men ' s teams they did just as well. The Varsity team was strongest in the field events such as the shotput, discus, triple jump and also the 440 relay. Where as the frosh- soph team was strongest in the distances such as, the mile, 2 mile and 880. The teams im- proved throughout the season with the payoff being a victory over Norwalk. This year the underclassmen gained a valuable experience, giving them a good chance at a pro- mising standing next year. :; Men ' s Varsity 84 A.H.S. vs. Glenn 50 61 A.H.S. vs. Belinower 74 96 A.H.S. vs. LaMirada 38 71 A.H.S. vs. Norwalk 65 73 A.H.S. vs. Mayfair Men ' s Frosh-Soph 62 85 A.H.S. vs. Glenn 47 78 A.H.S. vs. Bellflower 47 67 A.H.S. vs. LaMirada 68 70 A.H.S. vs. Norwalk 65 119 A.H.S. vs. Mayfair 11 T fSSSSSSs SS v ,, ' 2Vjf V Left page; 1. Coming down for the landing is Kelly Richardson. 2. Chris Advincula and Jeff Quan wofk together for the handoff. Right page: 1. The expressions on Mike Bohannon ' s and Randy Smith ' s face express just how tired they are. 2. Clearing the bar is Becky Pass. 3. Caught in action is Kevin BraoDurn. 4. Greg Razor shows how an Artesian throws the shotput. 5. Ingrid Pestano makes a successful jump. 6. Bill Hammond puts all his ef- forts into clearing the bar. 7. Pushing to keep ahead of her opponents is Elsie Mallari. Front Row: Jeff Quan, Terry Williams, Mark Luedtke, Mike Dimalanta. Middle Row: Louie Gonzales, Greg Razor, Eric Schulte, Sanford Brown, Andre Wood, Kevin Bradburn. Back Row: Coach Huffman, John O ' Brian, David Pope, John McAfee, Jarvis Crawford, Gary Delahunt, Coach Todd. Coach Mullenix. 92 Focusing on athletics . . . Men ' s and Women ' s Track. — J.. .s. ®. 8» ' ' Front Row: Kelly Richardson, Michelle Seifert, Danielle Brooks, Leah Smith, Monica Leudtke. Middle Row: Lennetta Smith, Arada Vorachard, Laura Hernandez, Elsiei Mallari, Cathy Beadle, Rosha Soliman. Back Row: Leslie Babcock, Shelly Schack, Becky Pass, Sharon King. Front Row: Steve Mayes, Rodolpho Cruz, Abel Gomez, Jim Watson. Middle Row: Bill Hammond, Rich Immerman, Chris Vastano, Mike Bohannon, Randy Smith. Back Row: Coach Huffman, Ramon Araeon, Joe Roberts, Chuck Guidotti, James Lamas, Jako Crawford, Fiquel Palomo, Coach Todd, Coach Mullenix. Focusing on athletics . . . Men ' s and Women ' s Track. 93 Get Set, Go One could easily spot the Artesia High Cross- country runners prac- ticing after school. Their grueling run of 4 to 8 miles a day went far beyond the required 3 miles needed for the meets. Although punish- ment led to rewards the victories were sometimes few. The girls ' team was more victorious because they placed second in the league while the boys placed fifth. However, both teams showed substantial games in league finals by their respective second and fourth place standings. Had their season not been plagued by in- juries, both teams would have had many more triumphs. The dedica- tion and patience of Coach Sandie and Coach Flowers en- courage the team through a challenging season. Front Row: Jeff Cordova, Andrew Garcia, Mike Dimalanta, Steve Mayes. Back Row: Coach Sandie, Louis Gonzales, Ron Geotz, Steve Davila, Kevin Bradburn. Not Shown: Isadore Garcia. 94 Focusing on athletics . . . Men ana Women ' s Cross-Countr ' Men ' s Suburban I .ea£;ue ' ; ' IG Glenn vs. AHS 39 : 26 Belli ' lower VM. AHS 30 ; 25 Mavfair VS. AHS 3{.l ■ 39 LaMirada VS. AHS 20 1 49 Norwalk VS. AHS 15 1 Women ' s Suburban League i 44 Glenn vs. AHS 14 ' 36 Bellllower vs. AHS 22 i 1, 37 Mavfair vs. AHS 18 I 42 LaMirada vs, AHS 10 ; ' 28 Norwalk vs. AHS 36 1 1. Danielle Brooks has endurance. 2. Mary Flatley displays exhaustion. 3. They ' re off. 4. Waiting for the meet to start is Mike Dimalanta. 5. Isadore Garcia starts to practice early. 6. Hills are challenging for Shelley Shack. 7. Steve Davila slows down for a turn. Focusing on Athletics ... Q C Men ' s and Women ' s Cross-Country yjU ennis Is Their Racket Through spirit, teamwork, and dedication this year ' s girls ' ' Varsity ' and Junior Varsit ' teams proved that tennis is their racket. The teams had started off with a slow start but eager to learn they soon began to improve greatly. During practice each day the girls worked hard to achieve a good serve and a strong backhand which helpea greatly during the matches throughout the season. The girls ' challenging season did not compliment their efforts but future years prove to be promis- ing for all of them. This year lhey were able to get valuable practice and develop better skills. Both teams were able to handle the challenging year because " Tennis is their Racket. " 1. After a smashing hit by Arada Vorachard, Lori Hernandez backs up in case of a return. 2. Knowing this point can be the game point Suzzette Wheeler gives it her all, 3. Getting ready to return a serve is Socheata Vong. 4. Rashe Soliman dashes to the end of the court to get the ball. 5. Showing good form in hitting the ball back to her opponent is Minthu Pham. 6. The long tiresome game shows its effects in Angle Tong ' s expression. 7. Bracing herself for the final contact between the ball and racket is Tamaki Moruoka. 8. Marie Padilla licks her lips in anticipa- tion that the set is almost over. 96 Focusing on Athletics . . . |.V. and Varsity Girls ' Tennis. Varsity Team Junior Varsity Team Front Row: Minthu Pham, Socheata Vong, Kelly Tong, Front Row: Kim Taing, Marie Padilla, Angle Tong, Shirley Tran Truong, Nisei Vorachard, Back Row: Coach Ryder, Yip, Tamaki Muruoka. Back Row: Rashe Soliman, Coach Mary Moon, Susette Wheeler, Arada Vorachard, Laura Phdlips, Auseelita Ibarra. Hernandez. hocusing on Atiiletics .. . QiV J.V. and Varsity Girls ' Tennis. J Artesia ' s Athletes 98 Focusing on athletics . Pioneer Athletes. in Action Many memorable moments during this school year had to do with sports, so the yearbook staff thought it was necessary to fill these two pages with some of them. These pages possess pic- tures of just a few of the line athletes that produced the pride of the Pioneers and the spirit of Artesia. Congratulations athletes for making the 83-84 year a great one. 1. Ron Flores — Varsity Football 2. Ronnie Gosset — [.V. Baseball 3. Darin Bass — Freshman Basketball 4. Carmen Snuggs — J.V. Basketball 5. Stephanie Wade — Varsit ' Volleyball 6. |im Rubin — Varsity Football 7. Michelle Coins — Freshman Basketball 8. Leslie Babcok — Track 9. Joe Rossilli — Water Polo 10. Fale Manu — Varsity Football 11. Chris Verdugo — Track 12. Able Najm — Varstiv Football 13. Jamie Deyoe — Freshman Football 14. Rene Duran — J.V. Football 15. Mike Sheffy — Varstiy Football 16. Todd Guggiana — Varsitv ' Football 17. EliasOhavon — Varsih ' Football 18. Valarie Moura — J.V. Basketball 19. Eddie Pierce — Freshman Football 20. Shellev Shack — Track Focusing on athletics ... QQ Pioneer Athletes. JyJ ™. « : Y. SSjj - " 1 % ' n -T • -; COMP€TITIOn Serious training and hard work are important in all sports, but to become proficient in swimming takes something extra. A swimmer must have an extra amount of stamina to be the best, and Artesian swim- mers had just that. The Artesians competed as individuals and as a team in various pre- season events. " inn Focusing on athletics . . . -LUU Swimming. 53SE» -3£ P - ■ .■ » b5 ' ; Focusing on athletics ... ' 1 H " 1 Swimming. J. U -L ports in 1 Water polo is a rugged, tough, exciting sport; which combines the coordination need- ed for basketball, the roughness of football, and all under the restric- tions of water. This year. Coach Guz- man recruited a first year water polo team. Despite their inexperience, several brave boys who had never played water polo before, came foreward. Also a new assistant, all American Omar Menchaca, arrived to put some of the strategy together. Sometimes facing teams with four or more years of ex- perience, the pioneers fought with intense relentlessness and earned the respect of their opponents. 1. Coach Menchaca explains that they need one more point to win the game. 2. StruggHng to score a point, Steve Dezzo must also watch out for the approching op- ponent. 3. Scott Edholm — trys to get the ball to his teammate Chris Fasset. 4. Henry Vielegas tries to pass the ball to his teammate before an opponent takes the ball. 102 Focusing on Athletics . Water Polo. " Focusing on Athletics ... -i -» q Water Polo. 1 U O eeing Off This year ' s golf teams had a trying season. They were placed in the 4A Moore League with schools like Milliken, Lake- wood and Poly. Thus making the competition that much harder. The Artesians struggled but made it through the year with a little help from a returner named " Sidney Tsai (best player). In the words of coach Curi, " We have a very weak, inexperienced, young team. Wins are hard to come by but the future looks bright. " Good luck in the seasons ahead. " ' Top Row: Scott Young, David Dye, Jeff Bellew, Manual Sanchez, Coach Curl. Bottom Row: Sidney Tsai, Terry Yun, Randy Redman. 1. Top; Randy Redman chips up toward the green. 2. Bottom: Terry Yun swings for the bunker. i 104 Focusing on athletics . . . Golf. »S9 . .JIBI jS.. i«« WS.:3)C» 8EST-; ;:ii p- ■ " yrjiitijp 9 jaVfcia sav " grace before I l - I i|T%an Lbone shares with ms friend Valarie Roybal. Artesias Top Modles There we were finally up there ai the " ton. " Experiencing such Senior rituals as . . . exchanging Senior por- traits and memory cards . . . taking the SAT . . . getting our scores back . . . taking it over again . . . filling out scholar- ship, financial aid, and college applications for some . . . suffering from terminal Senioritis for all . . . lets not forget about ordering Senior announcements . . . cap and gown . . . Senior shirts . . . Panoramic pic- tures . . . going to the prom . . . senior picnic . . . Ditch day . . . Grad Night , . . waiting . . . and waiting . . . and waiting. How did we feel? Anxious, sentimental, happy, confused, restless, excited and maybe even scared. But what were we afraid of? Were we wondering if there really is " life after high school? " There we were at the end of a twelve year long path, wondering who we would walk with at graduation that final step . . . Graduation. 105 Seniors are , Candid! Alas here you have it, the Artesian top models caught in the act of everyday Hfe! And a busy one at that! Seniors, for the most part, took advantage of being on top of it all and for many this was too much to handle. We ' ve come so far to get here but it took forever to get to the final moment. Whether we wanted to hold on to our years at Artesia with a firm grasp, or run down the road of life on to a bigger and better (?) world whicn lies ahead, whatever the case, we the Artesian senior class made a difference Artesia High, and our " time ' Artesia made a difference us! 1. ]amie Leeburg investigates job op- portunities. 2. Sam Prendiz is eager. 3. Nadine Marquez is determined to win the dance-a-thon. 4. Armondo Hernandez is getting ready for his oral report. 5. Well if you ask me, says Andrea Peastories. 6. Colleen Moore and Laura Webb enjoy a basketball game. 106 Focusing on seniors . Senior Candids. Senior- eye tus! It never fails, every year the entire senior class is hit by a mysterious epidemic which no drug, or ar- tificial stimulant, has been known to com- bat. Yes, you guessed it, senioreye ' tus! So let ' s see how good you are at finding those who were struck ill! Answers on Page 252. Can you Reveal Them? Focusing on seniors ... " I Q ' T Senioreye ' tus. J. U Hometown Auto 21619 Norwalk Blvd. (213)865-6267 More things will come to pass and more things shall we see visions not of what we are but what we ' ll one day be help the hungry, stop the pain let us learn, let us gain let us step out of the rain and into the brightest light — James Chamberlain I can ' t cry the tears aren ' t coming oiil I can ' t feel the sadness all about I can ' t see a reason to be anything but happy for what lies ahead of me Anonymous 108 Focusing on seniors . Senior Poetry. i ' ree and creative thought as well as personal freedom are the result of personal endeavor and are not the products of reliance on an oppressive system orproti — Dan Passage y wast You are . . . You are the answer to all the questions that I ask, You are the solution to all the problems that I have You are the sun that hides all tne rain, You are the laughter that hides all the pain. You are the pillow that I lie on. You are the shoulder that I cry on. You are the smile that hides all of my tears. You are the hope that hides all of my fears. You are my joys and my sorrows. You are my todays and my tomorrows. You are my past, future and present . . . You are my thoughts which are so pleasant. You are all of my good times that have no end . . . And best of all . . . You are my friend. — Ted Yeager Left page: 1. Kim Edmonsen just can ' t wait to get out of school. 2. Dressed in tough at- tire, Patty Rocha is on your trail. Right page; 1. The unde- scribable Dan Passage! 2. Carolyn Salisbury poses for her admiring fans on a rock climb- ing trip! Focusing on seniors ... ' 100 Senior Poetry. -LU Seniors of Cathy Beadle And the recipient of our female senior of the year goes to a young woman who has been active in Girls ' Varsity Basketball, track, cross country, French Club, and AP classes. She has received such awards as the Ron Waldrun Scholarship, Christian Teachers Association awards, Writers award, and Press Telegram award. She plans to attend Westmont College and is interested in becom- ing an English Teacher. Congratulations Cathy!! 110 Focusing on seniors . Cathy Beadle. the Year Mm Kevin Smith To hold the title of class valedictorian is quite an honor. Although behind the honor lies long hours of hard work and deter- mination. And for Everette Kevin Smith long hours were hard to come by. Having been active on Swim Team, Water Polo, Annual Staff, CSF, and Leader- ship. He was also Grand Conastoga winner , in- volved in AP classes and the recipient of many scholarships and grants. Congratulations, Kevin, we hope for your eternal happiness and success! Focusing on seniors . . . Kevin Smith. Ill eptember: Kevin Smith Melinda Garcia October: Andrew Spurr Tiffany Clark Erik Schulte yoo Kim December: ' Carol Bradshaw Chris Fassett January: % Wj " :,. Armando Hernandez Leni Uelasquez February: M KimLance " Scott younss sijfc w.-; ' " r? T ' ' , i. - March: Vie Malone Fay Clamor April: %. l Guy Montgomery |Lisa Garcia May: JoeFiiSueroa Cathy Beadle Alvin Bautista " " Dan Passage Liz Gonzales Conssratulations and Good Luck! Srs. of the Month Being a Senior of the Month is not an easy task. It takes tremendous hard work and dedication. A Senior of the Month must maintain a high grade point average, despite their trying academic courses. Extra curricular ac- tivities were an important part in the full schedule of ' ' r Focusing on seniors . . . 1 1 Z Sr. of the Month. these seniors, because thev took pride in their school. Seniors of the Month were recommended by their teachers, counselors, and coaches as exceptional students. How ' s that for pro- ving themselves? Senior Best Best Body: Ravy Lu, Jimmy Villaescusa Best Personality: Jae Oh, Cindy Williams Most Lovable: Carol Bradshaw, Sanford Brown, Yoo Kim Most Successful: Cathy Beadle, Peter Lee Best Looking: Veronica Reynada. Cutest Couple: Chris Four- Guy Montgomery nier and Lee Urias Focusing on Upperclassmen ... ' 1 ' 1 Q Senior Best. J. J. 0) Remember When . . . Gregory Agee Omar Aguirre Gladys Agustin Our freshmen year which started with en- thusiasm. It was a whole new beginning on the Artesia cam- pus. We won the first rally class competi- tion. It was proved that the class of " 1984 " was a big part of the Artesia. We were on our way to show that we ' re number 1. Remember When . . . We took a big fur- ther step into the Artesian ' s life. We were no longer the newcomers. Throughout the years, we were involved in various activities to show the pride of red, white, and black. Remember When . . . We participated academically and socially to make the senior year more meaningful. The senior year was filled with good times, determination, and hard work. The senior class looked forward to Senior Award Night, Grad Night, and finally the Graduation. The great accomplishments came not through ease, but by facing and meeting many obstacles valiantly. Richard Ahlgrim Zaslene Akalski Tamara Akers Darryl Alexander Maria Luisa Alvarado Maria Refugio Alvarado Concha Aragon Focusir Seniors Gina Aragon Michael Archuleta Vivian Aristigue Pedro Arzola Tessei Asuncion I " 1 A f o ' V ing on Upperclassmen Richard Avalos Kimberly Babb Leslie Babcock Rene Bagaygay Ta Nia Banks i ' liif Robert Bastardi Alvin Baulistj Catherine Beadle Neil Bennet Seniors Are Intelligent Carol Bradshaw Susan Basilio Karen Bernstein Carl Bricker Sanford Brown Dan Foster and Joe Figuroa studies different kinds of algae in A.P. Biology. Focusing on Upperclassmen . . . Seniors. 115 jSS l Susette Bryson Froilan Bugay Randy Bumpers Antionette Burgonio Kelly Burton Nora Calderon Seniors Are . . . Demonstrative Vibiana Carrillo Filberto Castillo Kathy Kathy Zelena shows her friends, Kim Larson, Dusty Sale, Green how to fly. Irene Castillo Maria Castillo ( aI liia Castro Maria Castro Saundra Chaffin [ohn Chaidez -1 -1 O Focusing on Upperclassmen . -L jL O Seniors. Kyeong Chang John Chaparo Alicia Chavez Arnold Chavez Melody Chen Roberta Chew Maximilian Cobo Scott Combs Anna Contreras Carol Contreras Sylvia Cortes Deanne Cox Jennie Cuellar Steven Davidson Cheryl Davis Tina Davis Vern Davis Mayra Deas Phuc Viet Do Loretta Dominguez Barbara Doumad Kim Edmondson Jorge Encinas Gloria Espinosa Focusing on Upperclassmen ... -1 -1 IV Seniors. J. JL Mariann Frohlich Isadore Garcia limmy Garcia Lisa Garcia Marcela Garcia Melinda Garcia Doralily Gonzalez Elizabeth Gonzalez Rosa Gonzalez Jeff Grant LisaGrenleaf Kathy Greene ' 1 -1 p Focusing on Upperclassmen . Seniors. Seniors Are . . . Expressive During lunch, Simon Seamon sliows his affection for AHcia Chavez. -- - m Sharon Ham Rhonda Hammond Connie Hannon David Hansen Tracy Hanson Wendy Harkins Kelly Harless Christy Hayes Yvonne Hanson Armando Hernandez Efren Hernandez Julia Hernandez Focusing on Upperclassmen ... -1 -1 Q Seniors. J. J. U Seniors Are . . . Mechanical When you have a problem with your car, t.ike it down to Bob- Daniel Hyatt by Garsky. Suzanne Islas Shannon Jacobs [iraphone Jirasirinuphan Daryl lohnson Jeffrey Johnson Luci juhnson In Kang Christopher Karandang Kathleen Keep Christine Kiltz David Kim Paul Kim Stacy Kim Yoo Kyong Kim 1 " 7 n Focusing on Upperclassmen . . . -L U Seniors. John Koinzan Roger Koops Kimberly Lance Kimberly Larson Kenneth Lau Ji Lin Lien Rav ' Lu Russell Lobue Yen Long George Lopez lorge Lopez Ricardo Lozada Monica Luedtke Lisa Ma Natibidad Magallon Victor Malone Nadine Marquez Focusing on Upperclassmen . . . Seniors. 121 1 BH l- Linda Martinez Luis Martinez Jevonna McAdory John McAfee Wallace McAllister Raymond McGill f ' At Petra Medina Heriberto Mejia Danielle Mickle [on Moberly Guy Montgomery Deborah Montoya Le Roy Montoya Mary Moon Colleen Moore Karen Morris David Mulhearn Sandy Na |ohn Noall -ion Focusing on Upperclassmen -L Seniors. Diana Ortiz Ty Ortiz Seniors Are . Aware Dawn Otterson Hyon-Chong Pak Thomas Paleced Daniel Passage — Tl -J 1 V I " Virginia Paluso Dee Patel Troy Patterson Margaret Ferryman Kimberly Pino Lisa Ma concentrates on her A. P. Biology lecture Adrian Ramirez Sandra Ramirez Sonia Ramirez Kelly Rasar Shan in Rech Veronica Reynada Focusing on Upperc assmen . . . Seniors. 123 Valerie Roybal " O A Focusing on Upperclassmen Seniors Carolyn Salisbury Mike Saltikov Angela Sanchez Mercedes Sanchez Dawn Sandberg Julie Sass Valerie Schaffer Kecia Schuhmann Keith Schulist Erik Schulte Simon Semaan Mee-il Seo Tommy Stewart Kevin Stricklett David Sun Richard Tafoya Kim Taing Robert Tamayo Focusing on Upperclassmen ... ' IOC Seniors. JL O Ho Tnlong Tran Truong Sidney Tsai April Tullis Ernest Tweebeeke Librado Urias Nancy Warner Laura Webb Larry Wells Susette Wheeler Carolyn Whitaker 1 9 R Focusing on Upperclassmen . JLZjU Seniors. Seniors Are . . . Hun£(ry Scott Combs needs a big meal to satisfy his appetite. Jayodom Woranitikosol George Yeager Jay Yeom Su-Iin Yi Chul- Young Yoon Christopher Young Scott Young [ulie Yun Aldredo Zamarripa lohanna Abney, Mel Adams, Ernesto Aguilar, Darryl Alexander, Kathryn Alvarez. Matias Alvarez, Gerardo Anderson, Michelle Ankele, Greg Arnold, Arnold Avalos. Jose Barajas, Marylou Cable, Michael Capito, Brian Carswell, Pheng Chea, Pheng Chhuen Chea, Eileen Corona, Benny Corrales, John Czernek, Randolph Davidson, Andrea Destories, Daniel Foster, Darren Fouquette. Irma Galliardo, William Garcia, Ronn Goetz, Lourdes Gonzalez, Miguel Gonzalez, Jung Sim Kang, )ung Yun Kang, Michel Killian, Euy-Iin Kim, [oseph Kim, Roger Kirby, Karen Klingeiser, Dong Le, True Le, Floyd Leach. Mi Chung Lee. Mi Sun Lee, Carlos Lopez, Jorge Lopezdearriaga, Anthony Lubina, Florencio Lugo. Don Madrid, Fale Manu. Renita Marez, Rosario Martinez, James Mason, Uronda McGauley, Danny Moreno, Javier Murguia, David Park, Dinesh Patil, Saul Perez, David Ramos. Jeff Reed, Ahchara Roongphongsriku. Jonanthan Santos, Stanley Schack, Dolores Segovia, Lori Siratt, Bryan Smith. Scott Smith, Efren Soto, Donald Stout, [ohn Stucky. Romualdo Torres. John Vastano, Antonio Vazquez, James Walker, Chung Wu, Joseph Wu, Yvonne Yoo Noemi Zavala Kathy Zelena Focusing on Upperclassmen . . , Seniors. 127 Teacher ' s Pet: Tiffany Clark, Joe Rossilll Most Spirited: Ted Yeager, Sharon Most Humorous: Arnold Chavez, Kathy Rech Greene Best Dressed: Valery Barden, Larry Wells Focusing or Senior Best, ' I O O Focusing on Upperclassmen , Most Radical: Karen Morris, Kathy Biggest Flirt: John Koinzan, Alicia Chavez Keep, Omar Aguirre Leadership Front Row: Kevin Smith, Yoo Kim, Peter Lee, Armondo Hernandez, Nadine Marquez, Fay Clamour, Carol Brad- shaw, Luci Johnson, In Kang. Back Row: L. David Hansen, Lisa Garcia, Joe Figora, Mike Selticov, Mary Woo, Mercedes Sanchez, and Kim Lance. A.S.B. Offlcers: Leni Valequez, Ravy Lu, Tiffany Clark, and Joey Roselli. Leadership is a very important aspect of our school. Being in- volved in leadership means a lot of time and dedication. You also know exactly vi hat is going on w itn your school. Leader- ship is hard work but the revi ards pay off. Right page. 1. Joe Figueroa and Tiffany Clark share a moment, they both receive a Con- astoga Award for leadership, 2. Peter Lee, Joe Figaroa, and Mike Saltikov work at the April Fools dance. Focusing on seniors . . . Leadership. 129 130 Focusing on seniors Senior Prom. This Dream Will Last Forever. The day was May 12, 1984, and this was no ordinary day. If you were to look around your neighborhood, you may have seen limosines, nice cars, formal wear, or you could have seen Harvey picking thorny roses and tying them with twine. About an hour later, Harvey gets into his car and quickly drives to Hermenia ' s and rings the doorbell. All at once you can hear the confusion in- side; " Oh no he ' s here already; Mpm help, my zipper ' s stuck, and I lost my shoes. " Finally Hermenia came out with her florescent green dress, and they were ready to go to the Senior Junior Prom: This Dream Will Last Forever, 1983 84. Once there, they discovered they had missed din- ner (on accou nt of be- ing on the wrong freeway) but arrived in time to see Rick Lozada and Luci Johnson crowned King, and Queen. Despite slight problems, the 1983 84 Prom was a success for Harvey and Hermenia. ....h m Nina ' s Bridal Boutique 11849 Artesia Blvd. Artesia, CA 90701 9 1. Posing for the camera are DJ ' s Poorman and Sam Freeze, and their fans Kathy Keep, Renita Marez, and Heather Halloran. 2. Taking a break from the crowd are Cathleen Sullivan and Tim Nilson. 3. Sharing their dance is King Rick Lozada and Queen Luci Johnson. 4. Chris Ad- vindiua shares a dance with Madelyn Quijano. 5. A relax- ing moment is stolen by Maria Castillo and her date. 6. Hail, hail, the gang ' s all here as Mellisa Bartalome, Madelyn Quijano, and Tessie Ascuncion show off their cute boyfriends. 7. Showing off their beautiful dates are Ernie Tweebeeke and Gus SoUas. 8. All worn out from ex- citement Eun Jin Jo and Je Hyun Cho await for what lies ahead. 9. Showing the latest fashions at Nina ' s is Kim Churchill. 10. Steven Smith, Lisa Verdugo, Lillian Arzola, and Scott Wakimura are excitedly awaiting what the night has in store. Left page: 1. Getting down is Lynn Gillan. 2. Joey Rosselli is having fun at the Senior Picnic. 3. Mary Woo asks her friends, " Are we having fun yet? " 4. Steven Chi and Jojo Bugay show where their talent has. 5. Daren Fouquette thinks, might as well jump!!! Right page: 1. Okay everybody say CHEESE! 2. A day in the Hfe of an Artesian Senior. 3. Lunch anybody? 4. Telling all about his true feel- ings is Arnold Chavez. 7. Time for a friendly discussion!! 132 Focusing on seniors . Senior Picnic. Senior Picnic What ' s a day away from the classroom designed for entertainment only? Equipped with facilities to eat, play, dance, col- lect autographs, talk, laugh, and of course, hold egg fights (yes egg fights!). Why the Arte- sian football field, and the guests of honor you ask? Artesia ' s finest, that ' s right, the seniors of course! Seniors were nearing the end and boy what a way to celebrate! Focusing on seniors ... -1 Q Q Sr. Picnic. J.OO Seniors and Mickey Grad Night 1984 was fim S . filled with fun and ex- citement. Many Seniors enjoyed riding rides such as Space Mountain, The Matahorne, or maybe you enjoyed a more mellow and quiet ride with that special someone. Grad Night is a time to share the happiness of gradua- tion. Oh, and let ' s hope no one forgot to get their souvenirs. Focusing on seniors Grad Night. Seniors Are Rewarded At last we got to model our caps and gowns in front of proud parents, teachers and friends. Did you guess graduation? Guess said Senior Awards Night you were correct! At this event, various Artesians were acknowledged for their efforts and achievements. Many grants, scholarships and trophies were ac- cepted by seniors who proved that by apply- ing yourself to something success is bound to follow. Seniors, you ' re a good act to follow! Right page; David Hansen ac- cepts his award with pride. 2. Seniors are recognized for their efforts. 3. Huong Ngo is con- gratulated by Mr. Noble. 4. Nisie Vorachard is ready to receive her award. 5. Kevin Smith receives another award. 6. Lisa Garcia smiles wih hap- piness. 7. Peter Lee en- thusiastically accepts his award from Ms Clisby. Focusing on seniors ... ' 1 Q C Senior Awards. J. O «J Seniors Move on . • . Wake up! Remember today ' s Graduation practice. What a day it was . . . waking up early only to drive out to Gahr to practice at Rants stadium. Yet we noticed the growing excitement and or apprehension amidst. We hurriedly passed around our memory books and class cards to soon-to-be- scattered friends. " Oh no, you mean I have to wait until 8:00 pm to get this over with? " you thought to yourself. But we managed to make it there in time to nervous- ly assemble in the gym. An excited (and united) Artesian crew managed to make it to our seats. We prayed together and cried together, but most of all realized together that we were of Artesian breed and would always hold on to our Artesian memories. Left page: 1. Sharon Ham and Dan Passage think back on the year. 2. Artesians stand up proudly for the benediction. 3. Susette Wheeler and Robert Valdez discuss the future. Right page: 1. Wally McCallister receives his diploma with con- fidence. 2. Enjoying the ceremony is Marty Alvarez, Chares Berthon, Jorge Lopez, and Rick Villameal. 3. Izzy Garcia was the last Artesian of 1984 to receive his diploma. 4. Baltazar Andrade can ' t wait to get his diploma. 5. An excited Michelle Carlson receives her rose. 136 Focusing on seniors . Graduation!!! Focusing on seniors on seniors ... -1 Q fy Graduation!!! lo A Senior Directory Agee, Gregory Pete — I thank my friends and Artesia High in my academic achievements, which some day will be helpful in my ma- jor of Cosmetic Plastic surgery. Agullar, Ernesto Aguirre, Omar Agustin, Gladys G. Ahlgrim, Richard — 1 yr. Frosh Basketball; 6yrs. Part ' Hard, Akalski, Zsalene M. Alexander, Darryl Alvarado, Ma Luisa Alvarez, Kathryn L. Alvarez, Matias Alvarez, Socorro Ammons, Robert Anderson, Gerardo Anderson, Vance Andrade, Baltazar T. Ankele, Michelle E. Antonio, Adrian G. Aragon, Concha Aragon, Gina Marie Arnold, Greg Arzola, Pedro M. — 1 yr. |.V. Foot- ball; 2 yrs. Varsity Football; 2 yrs. Track (f-s| and 1 yr. Varsitv ' Track. Asuncion, Tessie — Honor Roll; 3 yrs. Tall Flags; (Leader 1 yr.); Con- estoga Nominee. Sarah. Dina, Roberta, Saundra WE MADE ITU Good Luck!! Love vou Mom and Dad!! Avalos, Arnold Avalos, L. Ricky — 1 yr. Annual Staff; 1 yr. School Site Council; 2 yrs. International Club; junior Representative; President of Delta Hawaii Club; I Semester Com- puters; Honor Roll 2 yrs. Artesia has been a home for me as well as a school. Meeting my girlfriend Ann Marie has made it that much better. Thank you Artesia, for the memories. B Babb, Kimberly Ann Babcock, Leslie Bagaygay, Rene Barden, Valerie M. Basilio, Susan Bautista, Alvin — I thank all my friends and teachers, especially my Dad. Sons of Wisdom ' 84. Beadle, Catherine A. Beeson, Kyle — Accomplishments: None at the present time. I plan to attend Harvard and major in law. Goodbye all you unfortunate fools. The Beast finally breaks out. Bennett, Neil Bernstein, Karen L. Berthon, Jean Bess, Douglas Leon Billman, Karen Ann Blakeney, Sheila Louisa Bowcutt, Shelley Lynn Bradburn, Kevin L. — Freshman Basketball; 3 yrs. Track and Field; 10th Grade — Frosh and Soph — Field Event M.V.P., 11th Grade Year. Part of the 1600m Relay School Record, 12th Grade year. I would just like to say I am really glad I am graduated from high school, it ' s great. And thanks to Mr. Ducan, Mr. Huffman, Mr. Sandie and Mr. Todd, for being good track and cross-country coaches. Bradshaw, Carol Ann Brown, Sanford Bryson, Susette A. — 3 yrs. Mat Mates; Leadership, Comm. of Spirit, Jr. Class Rep. 1 yr. Thanks Mom and Dad. I made it! Road Trips Thanks A.L.L.W.B.R.C.C. and G.P. I ' ll miss you. HO " 84 " See ya I ' m gone! Bugay Jr., Froilan S. Bumpers, Randy Earl Burgonio, Antoinette M. Burton, Kelly — My plans for the future are to become a cop, and to come back to Artesia and bust my Senior Homeroom. c Calderon, Nora Calva, Vincent S. — To my friends, teachers thank you for a great four years. It ' s been real, I wish I could do it again, maybe then I ' ll get it right. Camper, Brenda Ann Campos, Felipe J. Candelas, Beatris Capito, Michael J. Carlos, Benjamin Carlson, Michelle M. — To my best buddies Connie, Erin, Marcie, Trish, Bobby, Baldo. I love you all. Thanks for being there for me. K.I.T. 84 Cranks. Carrillo, Vibiana Carswell, Brian Castillo, Filiberto Castillo, Maria Q. Castro, Cynthia Castro, Maria Teresa Chaffin, Saundra Kay Chaidez, John H. Chang, Kyeong Mi Ju Chaparo, John R. Chavez, Alicia Marie — 1 yr, J. ' . Tennis; 1 yr. Varsity Tennis; 1 yr. j.V. Softball. Thanks Faci and C ' n- di, mom and dail couldn ' t do it without you! Paul stay out of trouble. Chavez, Arnold G. Chea, Pheng C Char Chea, Pheng Chhuen Chen, Yueh-Yun Mel Chew, Roberta Ann — Hi Saundra, Sarah, Tessie, Dina! We made it to graduation! This last year has been great! Especially on flags. Love ya Manny and Ms. Husband. Cho, Young Hui Churchill, Kim S. — (7-6-66) 1 yr. j.V. Tennis; 1 yr. Girls ' League; 2 ts. Honor Roll; 2 yrs. Tall Flags. I plan to attend the field of Theatrical Arts. Good Luck in the future to all my senior pals, and thanks Kyeong, for being the best friend I could ever have, jainea and Katie stay sweet. Chy, Kimchhay Clamor, Fay L. — 3 yrs. Band; 1 t. Rifles; 3 yrs. Girls ' League; Junior Repesentative; Senior Represen- tative; CSF Member; Principal ' s Honor Roll — 7 Semestrs. Mom and Dad — I did it! It ' s been a wild year. Clark, Tiffany Ann — Freshman, junior. Student Body President; Freshman, J.V. 2 yrs. Varsity Cheerleader 2 yrs.. Site Council 4 yrs., Principal Honor Roll, 6 Semesters CSF. LICR Major: English. Cobo, Maximilian W. Cobos, Gloria Ann Combs, Scott A. Contreras, Anna M. Contreras, Carol L. — 1 yr. Frosh Yell; 1 yr. Varsity Yell; 4 yrs. Mat- mates (pres.j: 3 yrs. J.V. Football stats; 1 yr. Varsity Basketball stats. Ha-Ha. Look mom and dad I made it. Thanks for putting up with me through the years. Love ya all. Corona, Eileen J. Corrales, Benny Cortes, Sylvia Czernek, John Mitchel 138 Focusing on seniors . . . Index. D Davidson, Randolph L. Davidson, Steven M. — 2 rs Baseball, Football, Golf. I plan on |ihi ing for the Dodgers farm team, the Albuquerque Dukes, ' .P. of the I.C.LI. Club. Go Dodu.Ts and Angels. Happy trails to all. Davis, Tina Marie Deas, Mayra E. — I plan on studying Dental. To all m - friends, I ' ll miss you all. Thanks Mom • Dad for all your support. Rick, I Love ' ou! Destories, Andrea Do (David), Phuc Doumad, Barbara Duarte, Charlene D. E Edmondson, Kim Rene Encinas, Jorge F Fajardo, Aura S. Fajardo, Martha }. Fan, Yi-Lin Fassett, Christopher — 4 yrs. Swim Team |3 yrs. Captain): 4 school swimming records. Water Polo: Cross-Country. Thanks Mom and Dad for all. Good Luck to all. Love ya. Fietzek, Paul E. Figueroa, Joseph S. Flores, Ronald D. Forfar, Janice E. Foster, Daniel Allen Fouquette, Darren J. Fournier, Christine A, Franco, Richard John Franklin, Jarnea — 1 yr. French Club; 1 yr. Special Friends. To my two best friends I could always talk to, goodbye K.C. and M and M. Thank you Mom for putting up with me and my high school days and little sister carry on where 1 am leaving off. Frohlich, Mariann G Galliardo, Irma M. Garcia, Isadore — AHS L Wei! school is finally out but I wish it wasn ' t because " I am going to miss all of you! " I love my Mom and Dad. Garcia, Jimmy M. Garcia, Lisa Rene — Active partici- pant of many clubs and organiza- tions throughout m - years at Artesia. Hope to attend college and eventually do something I enjoy. Tlianks ever ' one!!! Garcia, Maricela Garcia, Melinda Ann — Editor-in- Chief of Pioneer Express; Co- Editor of Focus; Band; Drum Line: Jazz Band; French Club; Interna- tional Club; CSF; Honor Roll: Senior of the Month for Sept.; Lakewood — Hawaii Teenager of the Month for July; Conestoga Award Nominee. To Karen Yun, Ms deFalla. and Mr. Cowan . . . Thanks for all your help and support. Garcia, William Garrish, Lucille Garske, Jr., Robert H.— 1 yr. I. Football; 2 yrs. J. ' V. Tennis; 2 ts. Varsity Tennis; Honor Guard. Good luck to Artesia High in the future. Garza, Jeffrey W. Gilliam, Andrealynn Goetz, Ronn H. Goins, Tracy — 2 yrs. Cosmetology-. Thanks Mom and Gene — I love you! My bestest buddies — Kathy and Vib — it was great! Good luck duder! And to Bobby — you ' re so- meone very special to me. Gonzales, Louis Gonzalez, Doralily — Ive been an active participant of Girls ' League. I ' ve accomplished my goal of atten- ding the college of my choice in the fall. Thanks everyone. Gonzalez, Elizabeth — 3 yrs Girls ' League: International Club 3 yrs.; Dance Line 2 yrs.; Spanish Club 1 yr.; Honor Roll 4 yrs.; CSF 3 yrs.: Senior Class Representative; Com- missioner of Rules. Thank you to all who have helped me through my years at Artesia. Especially my family, teachers, and all my friends. Good luck everyone. Thanks. Gonzalez, Lourdes Gonzalez, Miguel Gonzalez, Rosa Maria Grant, Jeff Greene, Kathy Ann Gritton, Teresa Guido, Shelly — Thanks to all my friends especially Dee, Mercedes, and Mary, to Mr. Campos and to my parents for helping me through school. And thanks to a special friend Shannon, ALL. Guidotti, Cynthia Gunn, Carinn Gutierrez, Balbina I LOVE YOU, H Hall, Matthew Ham, Il-Kyu Hammond, Rhonda Ann Hannon, Connie L. — 1 yr. Varsit Swimming; 1 yr. Swim Club. To all Artesians, time flies so make ever ' - day a great one. Michelle, we made it. To my best buddies, K.I.T. 84 ' Cranks. Hansen, David Melvin — Senior Representative in Leadership; Co- Editor of " Pioneer Express " ; Kiwanis Club Student of the Month Award; Conestoga Medalist in English; Conestoga Finalist in Social Studies; Junior Represen- tative; J.V. Tennis Team; Honor Roll. I ' ve really enjoyed my four years at Artesia High. I ' m especial- ly thankful for the friendships I ' ve established with others. Thanks for everything. Hanson, Traci L. Harkins, Wendy Lynn Hayes, Christy Lynn — 1 yr. Volleyball; 1 yr. Basketball; Presi- dent of French Club — Sophomore Year; Special Friends, 2 yrs.; Boys ' Freshman Basketball Stats, 3 yrs.; 1 yr. Frosh Baseball; Rockclimbing. I would like to thank my parents for helping me, and my friends Col- leen Moore, Laura Webb, and Denise Moore. And aver ' special thanks to Ms. Miller. Henson, Yvonne C. Hernandez, Armando — CSF. — 5 Semesters; Tennis 3 yrs.; Junior and Senior Class Representative; French Club 3 yrs.; Mayo Club 2 yrs.; International Club; C.S.F. Awards. After graduating from UC Irvine with a bachelor degree, I hope to enter the U.S. Air Force Academy for Officers. Then pro- ceeding to find a career in the Science Field. Hernandez, Julia L. — 1 yr. Interna- tional Cluij; 1 yr. Girls ' League: 1 Semester C.S.F.; 1 yr. French Club. Going to Cerritos College. Good Luck to all my friends. Thanks; Nellie. Marie, Kathy. Love to you all. Love you mom and dad. Focusing on seniors . . . Index. 139 , le ; vera, Margo Luisa Herzberg, Lisa Kay — Dad and Mom I did ill I love you and thanks for bein ; so understanding. Kevin, Lisa, Kim. I love you. Hoadiey, Gerald Wayne — Varsity Letterman — Swimming: Con- estoga Award Nominee — In- dustrial Arts; Class Clown — 4 yrs.: Quarters Champ — Shannon [acobs Partv. Hev everyone we made it! SO LET ' S PARTY!! P.S. keep trv ' ing Rod because I ' ve still got the troph ' . Hoffstatter, Candy Lee Huizar, Baldomero — 4 yrs. Perfect Attendance; 1 yr. Cal-Soap and Auto Club. See ya around and good luck seniors 84 ' jams! U.T.I, here I come. Huston, Lisa Hyatt, Daniel Islas, Suzanne I J Jackson, Mark Lionel Jacobs, Shannon Jirasirinuphan, Jiraphone — 1 yr. In- ternational Club; 1 yr. Girls ' League; 2 yrs. Tennis; Honor Roll. I plan to attend College for two years then transfer to University ' . Thanks to all my teachers, friends, and families, just remember I love vou all. Johnson, Daryl Scott Johnson, Jeffrey Alan Johnson, Luci Anne — 1 yr. Tennis; 2 yrs. International Club; 1 yr. Cal Soap; 3 yrs. Girls ' League; 3 yrs. Leadership. Maddy, Rose, and Melissa — thanx for ail the great times, good luck with your sweeties. Hey fay-fay we made it! and to ' Virgil, I love you babe! K Kang, In Kyung Kang, Jung Sim Kang, Jung Yun Karandang, Christopher Keep, Kathleen Kiltz, Christine Kim, Euy-Jin Kim, Hong Ki Kim, Hyo-Soon Kim, Hyun (Dave) Kim, Yoo Kyong Klingeiser, Karen Koinzan, John Koops, Roger Lee L Ladieu, Leonard Michael Lance, Kimberly Larson, Kimberly Lau, Kenneth Laureano, Shirley Lawrence, Angela Marie Le, Dong ' Van Le, True Van Le Flore, Jean Leach, Floyd Lee, Erickson Lee, Hang Bok Lee, Hea-Hyun Lee, Jae Suk Lee, Mi Chung Lee, Mi Sun Lee, Piper Lee, Young Jenny Leeburg, Jamie — 1 yr. |.V. Basket- ball; 2 yrs. ].V. Softball; 1 yr. Varsi- ty Softball; Conestoga Nominee; All-Sta r Goalkeeper in Interna- tional Germany Trip 1 yr. Editor of School Newspaper " Focus, " Honor Roll. Future: Major in psychology ' at Biola University; Assistant Coach for Millikan High School Soccer, Dee Martin, Kerri, Becky, Larry Nisie, Lily, Carolyn, Chris, Andrew, Lisa, Armando, and Mrs. Brannon, you ' re wonderful. I love you. Watch out for ARTHUR. Lenoir, Andrea Lewis, Sarah Anne — Tall Flags, 2 yrs.; CSF, 2 yrs.; Honor Roll. Good Luck Tessie, Roberta, Diane, and Saundra it ' s been fun. I ' ll miss you manny. Lien, Lin Lobue, Russell — 3 yrs. Swim Team. Thanks mom and dad. Mr. Robin- son keep up he good work. Long, Yen Lopez, Carlos M. Lopez, Jorge Lopezdearriaga, Jorge Roland Lozada, Ricardo Lu, Ravy Sreng Lubina, Anthony L. Luedtke, Monica S. — I have par- ticipated in Track and in the future, I plan to attend Cerritos College and become a Dental Technician. M Ma, Hyun-Jung Madrid, Don Magallon, Natibidad Malone, Victor — Football 3 yrs.; Baseball 1 yr.; Track 1 yr.; Football All League 2 yrs.; All Area 1 yr.; Honor Roll 5 Semesters: Conestoga Award Athletics. Congratulations Class of 84. We ' re 1. Have fun at Taco Bell. I wish all the teachers and Mr. Quarles and Mrs. Clisby good luck next year. Manu, Fale Marez, Renita Marquez, Nadine Martinez, Linda C. Martinez, Luis Martin McAfee, John Lindsey McAllister, Wallace S. — (Born 2-28- 65] 3 Years Honor Roll; 1 yr. Varsi- ty Golf; 2 yrs. Christian Bible Studies; Nominee for Conestoga 2 yrs.; Accepted to U.T.I, in Pheonix, Arizona. Thank you all, to the facultv ' and students for being pa- tient and considerate in teaching and helping me. I thank God, our mighty Lord, for the Bible studies. May God be with you all and may we rejoice in the glorious Kingdom. McGill, Raymond — Well it looks like we made it. Now it ' s time to party. I plan to continue my educa- tion later on in my life. Mejia, Heriberto Mickle, Danielle C. Montez, Arthur R. Montgomery, Guy Keala Montoya, Deborah Montoya, Le Roy Moon, Jung Sook Moore, Colleen — j.V. Swim Team 2 yrs.; Special Friends 2 yrs.; Pres. of French Club, Soph. Yr.; Boys ' Frosh Basketball Stats 3 yrs.: Rockclimbing. 1 want to thank my " parents, " Laura and Christ ' . And to all the friends I made here, it was fun, but I ' m glad to get out! I can relate, kussh! Moreno, Danny Morris, Karen Ann — 2 vrs. Annual Staff, Co-Editor of the " ARTE- SIAN; " Pioneer Express; Hwa- Rang Club; Basketball Stats, thanks Cyndee and Ms. Benz. Mulhearn, David J. Muth, Rann 140 Focusing on seniors . Index. N Na, Yong Sin Najm, Ibrahim Nava, Eimelda M. Newmon III, John B. Ng, Ted L.D. Ngo, Huong Nilsen, Timothy Noall, John Nold, Betty Diane Queen, Robert O Oconer, Donald P. Oh, Jae Hoon Olague, Corine Olsen, Donald Ortiz, Diana Noelia — Au revoir! Unbalanced corner people! We made it! Diana, Yvonne, Mimi, Diane, Sylia, Margo, even Kim!!! Thanks mom and dad and God! Loving Rick always!! " 84 " Ortiz, Tyrone Otterson, Dawn Maxine Pak, Hyon-Chong Palecek, Thomas W. Paluso, Virginia Park, Yong (DavidJ Parker, William C. Passage, Daniel F. Patel, Dipika (DeeJ — Thanks Shelly and Merc for the good times. You guys are really great and I love you. Thanks for everything Mom Dad. Thanks Mr. Campos. Luv ya. I plan to go to Cal. State Dominquez Hills, and major in computer Science. Patil, Dinesh Patterson, Troy Allen Perez, Saul Ferryman, Margaret — 3 yrs. Honor Roll: Pres. of Pet Assistance League Conestoga Art Nominee. Thanks to Ms. Brannon and ever ' one in the 500 crowd, especially Bye for never. Remember " Your life is as good as you make it. " Pino, Kimberly Piohia, Matthew — I would like to give my thanks to all my friends and teachers who helped me through my years at Artesia. Thank you. Prendiz, Samuel Q R Ramirez, Adrian Ramirez, Sandra — I would like to thank all my teachers for getting me through the year and also all my friends for being there. I would like to thank Patty C. for being a best friend anyone could ever have. Take Care. Ramirez, Sonia Dee Ramos, David Rasar, Kelly Joe Rech, Sharon Marie Reed, Jeff Reynada, Veronica D. — Freshman 1 yr. Artesia High Band; 2 yrs. Girls ' League; 1 yr. Modern Dance; 1 yr. Dance Production; 2 yrs. Softball; 1 yr. J. v., and 1 vr. Varsity. HOMECOMING QUEEN 84 I plan to go to 2 yrs. J.C. college then transfer to University. I will suc- cessfully accomplish my goal as an Anchorwomen at UCI. Thank you Mom and Dad for everything you ' ve done for me. I love you always. Thanks to all my friends for giving me the best four years of my life I love you all. Rioja, Camilo Rios, Lupe Rios, Maria Roberts, Kimberly — It ' s been fun Dina, Yvonne, Mimi, Diane, Margo, and all the crazy people in the 500 building. Thanks mom and dad. love you always Jimmy. Robles, Daniel Rocha, Patricia — I ' m Patty Rocha, and I had fun in Dance Production 82, 83, and now 84. And thanks to all my friends for nominating me your Senior Princess for " 1984. " Thank you Mr. Hernandez for everything. Rocher, Susanne — 4 yrs. Honor Roll; 2 yrs. B.S.L. to Mom, Debbie, Syndee, and Danny; Thanx for your love and understanding. I love you all — Syndee your turn will come! Mike, Wendy loves you Rodriguez, Armando Rodriguez, Dina Diana — Thanks and lots of love to all my teachers. Good luck in future to Sarah, Saun- dra, Roberta, and Tessie. Good luck to Bobby. Rodriguez, Jeannie Rodriquez, Charles Roos, Brenda — International Club; CSF. Rick love you forever! Steph. I ' ll miss you! Friends Forever, Bree. Rosas, Jaime .Rossilli, Benita Lynn — 1 yr Varsity Yell; 2 yrs. Mat Mates. Thanks to all the HO ' s I ' ll miss you. G.L.larry.(GQ manJHello Mike Capito. See ya Free HO ' s I ' m outta here!! Rossilli, Joseph — Associated Stu- dent Body Vice-President; Interna- tional Club 2 yrs.; French club 1 yr.; Varsity Swim Team — 1 yr.; Varsi- ty Water Polo 1 yr. I plan to attend Cypress College to achieve my AA degree in Business, then transfer to UCLA to achieve my Bachelor of Science. Roybal, Valerie Rubalcava, Sonia Rubin, James Rubio, Richard — I didn ' t ac- complish much. This school is only a stepping stone for me. I ' ve been on the honor roll for 4 years and had a Conestoga nomination a few times. Here ' s something, I never had a blue slip, loads of detentions, but never a blue slip. I ' ve never been in athletics because some of the coaches play favorites. Other than that, I really enjoyed being at this school, both the atmosphere and the people. Rusting, Carol Sale, Dusty Salisbury, Carolyn Kay — 3 yrs. Tall Flags; 1 yr. Leader; 2 yrs. Rockclim- bing; 1984 Conestoga Nominee. My love and thanks to my parents and friends. We made it!!! Saltikov, Mike — Band Freshman and Sophomore Year; J.V. Football — Junior Year; Representative for 2 years. I ' m really glad to graauate because the ladies in college are totally outrageous. Focusing on seniors . . . Index. 141 Sanchez, Angela Sanchez, Maria Mercedes Santos, Jonanthan Sass, Julie Schack, Stanley Schnhmann, Kecia Schulist, Keith T. Schulte, Erik Damian Segovia, Dolores Semaan, Simon Nazih Seo, Mee-Il Shehan, Brian Joseph Shin, Yun A. Silva, Irene Simmerman, Daniel T. Siratt, Lori Jeanett Smith, Everett K. Smith, Kimberly Sue — I did it Dad and Mom. Thanks everyone. Thanks Steve, we ' ve been through a lot; school, our relationship, but we made it! I love you all. Smith, Leah M. — 4 yrs. Chorus, 2 yrs. President; Drama 4 yrs., Treasurer 1 yr.; Thespian 3 yrs.; 2 yrs.. Mat mates; 1 yr. Varsity Track, 1 yr. Voice of Artesia. I wish all the future students luck in their years here. Special Friends 1 yr. Smith, Scott M. Sollas, Gustavo F. Sonoda, Yuko Soonthornratan, Torpol Soto, Efren Spuur, Andrew — 3 yrs. Band; 3 yrs. Jazz Band; 1 yr. Tall Flags; 3 yrs. Drum Major; 4 semesters CSF; 1 yr. Tennis. The pleasantly perverted shall rule the world one day. Stewart, Tommy Roy Stout, Donald John Stricklett, Kevin Matthew Stucky, John Sun, Tai- Yuan Da T Tafoya, Richard A. Taing, Kim Muoy Tamayo, Robert Thap, Phalkun Thorosian, Lena Anoush Tippet, Jonathan Lee Torres, Romualdo Townzen, Tricia Marie Toyer, Jr., Robert Lee Truong, Ho V. Truong, Tran — 1 yr. J.V. Tennis; Most Inspiration; 1 yr. Varsity Ten- nis; 4 yrs. CSF — Golden Bearer; 3 yrs. Principal Honor Roll. Atten- ding Cal State San Francisco, ma- jor in nursing. Tsai, Sidney — Awake our mind with heart to understand that future is our own hands. The rest is just for walk more far. TuIIis, April Lynn — It ' s been real! My accomplishment was getting thru this place. God Bless you all. R. Flores, you make me laugh. Tweebeeke, Ernest Dirk U Urias III, Librado V " Vaca, Sonia Valdez, Robert F. — J.V. Football, Sophomore Year; Four years seems like a long time but it ' s not. You realize it at Graduation. Thanks to all my friends family, Leon, Baltazar, Wend, Charles and Special thanks to Deanna. Vastano, John Vazquez, Antonio Vela, David Allen Velasquez, Leni — Honor Roll — 8 Semesters; CSF; Girls ' League; In- ternational Club 3 yrs.; Varsity Tennis (M.V.P. — 82); Junior Class Rep., A.S.B. Secretary — 84; Honor Guard; Conestoga Award Nominee; Youth Appreciation Week recipient. After graduating from Artesia High, I ' m going to at- tend UCLA and major Biology, my goal is to be a dermatologist. We all have the power to control our destiny. Velo, Yvonne Verdugo, Kristine — Varsity Volleyball — 3 yrs. ( 1): JV Soft- ball — 2 yrs.; }V Basketball (League Champs); Madrigals — Girls ' Chorus; PAL Club Volleyball Club. Bye Lisa, good luck! Villaescusa, James T. Villarreal, Richard A. Vorachard, Nisakorn (NisieJ — 1 yr. JV Tennis; 3 yrs. Varsity Tennis, 2 yrs. MVP. I yr. Most Improved; 3 yrs. International Club, 1 yr. Secretary; 3 yrs. Girls ' League, 1 yr. Treasurer; CSF; Honor Roll. Future plan: To attend and major in Fashion Design at FIDM. Thank you my buddy, Mary, sis Arada, and my fav freshman. Vu, Linh K. „ . , w Wade, Stephanie Ann — 3 yrs. Varsi- ty Volleyball, 1 yr. JV; 2yrs. Basket- ball; 2 yrs. Softball; 1 yr. Track. I love you Partick Schlaf! Thanks Mom!! Ward, Donald V. Warner, Nancy Jean Webb, Laura Ann Wells, Larry K. Wheeler, Susette Whitaker, Carolyn A. White, Jason Eugene Williams, Cynthia M. Williams, Rose Alice Winningham, Patrick Earl Winovitch, Alice Gail Woo, Mary Yung-Li — Junior Class Rep. (82-83); Senior Class Treasurer (83-84); International Club 3 yrs.; Girls ' League 2 yrs.; French Club 1 yr.; Korean Club; Special Friends; JV Tennis; Varsity Song (82-83); Varsity Song Head (83-84); Dance Line (83-84); Nominee for a Conestoga Award (Mathematics); Principal Honor Roll; CSF; Lakewood-Hawaii Elks Teenager of the Month. Thanks to my family and teachers for their support. Also thanks to all my friends for being there when I needed you. Good luck and I ' ll miss you all. I love You! Mary Woo Wood, David Andrew Wu, Joseph Y Yeager, George T. Yeom, Jay Yi, Su-Jin Yoo, Hae Yong Yoon, Chul- Young Young, Scott Yun, Julie J. Zamarripa, Alfredo Zavala, Noemi R. — 2 yrs. Honor Roll. I plan to attend Cerritos, ma- jor in Business. Good luck to all the Corner people in the 500 building. Thanks mom and dad. Zelena, Kathryn J. — Ac- complishments, HA! Oh well forget that. After high school I plan to at- tend Cypress College and major in Business, Mom and dad thanks for everything, I couldn ' t have made it without you. Good luck to all the gang; Kim, Kathy, Kathy K., Casey, Becky, Robin, Val, Adreanna, Sheila, Heather, Anne, and Mayra. Peter thanks 4 everything, I love , you very much! Ms. Griffith all I can say is thanks, you ' ve been a great friend. Thanks also to a very understanding English teacher in P5, Loveya all! Dad, I ' m outta here. 142 Focusing on seniors . . . Index. n Hyatson is working ha " .R. card. . »• _ «i -. ij . , k " Jf[ -tk Wii )iB?(m» imbley thi _test. J ™lf meet tAe ' 7ft UeU Bewildered, breathless, and anxious, Artesian underclassmen watch out! As a freshmen at first you were confused, but soon got into the swing of things. You were eager to go to the football games, and dances were very much apart of this new " grown up " lifestyle; Although, you weren ' t as eager to recite Jaberwocky in front of your speech class. As a sophomore you were more content, but left breathless by resuscitation Annie. Many Sophomores were the proud owners of their new class rings. The most exciting thing for many was getting their Drivers License, (even though it was just a provisional). Along with your drivers licence, you gained more freedom, and your social life expanded. As a Junior you became anxious for your Senior year. Now when you walked down the halls, the teachers began to recognize you, by name. Remember the flash ' cards for English 3, to prepare you for the Scholastic Apptitude Test. Your Junior year you probally went out on your first official " date. " 143 Your Junior year was a year to remember. This was the year you could finally invite so- meone to the Prom in- stead of someone in- viting you. This year you realized just now much things meant to you, things you would be leaving behind. You ' ve already taken Driver ' s Education and probably got your license and put it to good use by now. Some of us had to jug- gle a job, school and of course a social life. Whatever made your Junior year a special year it will always, surely be one to he remembered. Primarily Plants 19216 Norwalk Blvd. Artesia, CA 90701 [213)860-7778 Adams, Meltorme Alcala, [ulian Archuleta, Maria Bae. Richard Advincula. Chris Alder. Tim Archuletta, Mike Bagaygay. Ethel Aguilar. Anthony Alexander, Darryl Auvaa. Hipa Baldonado, Ray Aguilar, Ernie Alvarado, Edgard Avila. Lorenzo Barajas. Raul Aguilar. Xavier Amoranto. Analyn Avilez. Sara Barden, Larry Aguirre, Ben Anderson. Gail Ayers, Bettie Barger. Robert Aho, Kim Anderson. Stacy Babb. Kim Barron. Ronald 144 Focusing on underclassmen Juniors. After eating a new kind of food for lunch Alice LaRosa doesn ' t look well. Sli M Barron. Ronald Baty. William Benham, Casey Bartelome. Lissa Bell. Dana _ Biffi. Lisa Bignell. Brian Bonar. Darryl Burgonio. Alexi Carey, lennifer Chapman, Ryan Blasini, Luis Bricker, Tammy Butler, lulie Carlos, Frank Chapman. Tammy Brown, Darryl Byrd. lo-Ann Cash, Vernon Chavez, Lourdes Brown, Gailene Campbell, Laura Castillo, Emma Chavez, Norma Brown, Tami Campbell. Ron Castillo, Leticia Chang, Linda Brunk, Vince Carbajal. Rosanne Cecil, Mel Chen, lohn Bunton. led Cardenas, [immy Chamberlain, lames Chen. Yueh-yun Focusing on underclassmen . . . luniors. 145 Chen. Ingrid Chen. Peter Chew. Howard Cho. [e-hyeom Cho. Ki-ho Chou. Yuline Chu, Ava Chu, Christine Cobos. Sandra Coelho. Joseph Coeville, Regina Comes. Lisa Copeland. Robert Cornejo. Glynn Comejo. Vivian Comwell. Cindy Couarrubias, Lisa Cradler. Shawana Crang. Kenneth Croxen, )udy Cueto. Susan Cueva. Fransisca Cuellar. Nadine Dahdul. Nasser Datcher. Michael Davidloo, Ralph Davila, Steve Davis. Diana Deas, Paul Deaton. Amy Delahunty, Gary Deleon. Diana Delgado, Awilda De Yoe. |ohn Dias, Cathy Dill. Bobby Do. Lan Doumad. Barbara Draffen. Natalie Draffen. Noelle 146 Focusing on underclassmen , luniors. Duda. Becky Enfield. Tracy Feld. Robert Fuentecilla. Rosa Garske. Gary Gonzales. Guillermo Griebe. lamie Han, William Dupuy, Tammy Escandon. Diana Fernandez, Ruben Gabriel. Yvette Gawer. Daniel Gonzales, joe Guerra, Maryluo Hanna, Terri Enfield. Stacy Esparza. Sergio Fisherr. Laura Garcia. Anita Giacomi. Greg Gonzales, |esse Guerra, Christina Hartwick, leff Estrada, Rayann Flatley. Mary Garcia. Lennette Gil, lanet Gonzelaz. Ruben Guiza. Saul Heang, Sunnary Estrada. Steve Flores. Sergio Garcia. Maritza Glass. Charles Graham. Guy Gutierez. Estela Henagar, Eric Evans, William Ford. Ralph Garcia. Sandra Gomez. George Gray, Chris Hales. Ross Hensley. Joel ■ Fairbanks. Eric Franco. Andreana Garrison. Robert Gonzalez, Asuncion Greenwood. Mike Hall. William Hernandez. Lourdes Focusing on underclassmen ... A Tuniors. ±T:i Hiu. Hong Holmes. William Horessi. Rebecca Hrellano. Fernando Hurtado. Jorge Iribe, Ramon Kim, Phillip Kizzee. Richard Hoffstater, Vicki Hong, Grace Hoth. Brian Huang. Ciiiming Ibarra, Ricardo Jackson. Mark Justice, Sonya Holeman. Tom Hong, Tina Hoyer, Sinetta Hudgins. Pam Ibraar. Angita Jewell. Gary limenez, Raquel Jo. Eun-Jin Johnson. Ben Johnson. Lorri Keels. Stacey Kim, Chin Kim. Edbard Kim. Laura Kim. Susanna Knott. John Kuan. Gladys Kurtz. Linda Lara. Angelina Laws. Fiona 148 Focusing on underclassmen . . luniors. Le. Khai Licon, Maria Lopes. Christine Lugo. David Macdonald. Don Mann. Charles Mark. Eric Martinez. Angel Le. Liz Lien. Chen Lopez. Cecilia Ly, Minh Macho. Robin Marcoe. Ron Marrs. Terry Martinez. Bertha Lee. Maple Lim. David Lopez, Maria Ma. Tina Malana. Paul Mares. Bryan Martinez, Angel Martinez, Carmen Lee. Steven Lin. Lee-Chun Lopez, Maria Martinez, Chris Leonen, Regina Lind. Paul Lotts, Linda Martinez, Estela Letcher, Allen Liu. Grace Ludnck. Susan Martinez, lacob Lenthal. Elisa Loper. Tammy Luedtke, Mark Martinusen, David Focusing on underclassmen ... - luniors. -L Maruoka, Tamaki Mcllvain, Danny Moore, Dinise Neen. James Oliver, Dawn Ortiz, Olivia Paluso, Micheal Pass, Rebecca Mala. Lelicia McKay, Margie Moriarty, Rachelle left, lonell Orgeron, Elizabeth Padilla, Eleanor Palato, Elena Patel, Ela May, Clint Men, Sophab Moralez, Manuel Ng, Ted Omelas, Diane Pae. Yon-Su Park. Leslie Patel, Mamta McCallisler, Willie Mendez, Sandy Morris. Kathy Nmon, Savonn McCall, Larry Molleti, Suzi Morrison. Corie ODonnel, Todd McClain. Bridget Moncovich, Charles Motter. Kristine Ohayon. Elias McCoy, |eff Monterrojas, Ana Najera, Paul Oliver, Ammie 150 Focusing on underclassmen , Juniors. f (S Perez. Lorie Pham, Tuyen Quan, |eff Ramirez. Frank Range], Frank Rios. Maria Romero, Cinthia Rowlands. Cathy Pham. Cuong Phillips. Michelle Quezada, Maria Ramirez. Arman Rangel, Sylvia Roberts. leff Romero. |avier Rubalcava.Sonia Pham. Triet Phipathanananth. Quijano. Madelyn Ramirez, limmy Raser, Greg Robinson. Bill Romero. Rowena Sales, Angela Pribul Qintwilla.Pat Ramirez. luan Renteria. Fernando Robinson. John Romines, Chris Salazar. Lupe Pilapil.Troy Raboin. Scott Ramirez, lulia Richardson. David Rodriguez, Bobby Rosas. Sal Salazar, Robert Pope. David Rael, Annmarie Ramos.Hank Richardson. Kelly Rodriguez, Ruben Rosenbauer. Todd Salsgiver. Lisa Pugh. Susan Ramirez, Adrian Ramos. Rocio Rioja, Annmarie Rodriguez, Maricela Rowl, Twila Saltikov, Marty Powell. Shauna Focusing on underclassmen ... Juniors. _L Sample. Kim Sanchez, Manuel Sanlana. Irma Sauceda. Martin Schwietzer. Tina Sherdsuriya, Paul Smith. Rick Stephens. Melissa Sanchez. Alfie Sanchez. Preston Santos. Marrissa Schaeffer. Sheila Serrano, Rossana Shin. Yuna Smith. Steve Sweeney, [oe Sanchez. Angie Sandoval, [avier Satterwhite, Clete Scheider, Craig Seo. Mee-Il Shim, Ke- Young Silva. lerry Singsong. Rogelito Slauson. Sandy Smith. Cindy Snuggs, Cerise Somers, Syndee Song, lulie South. Laura Stenberg, Byron Sugimara, Stacy Sughrue, Coreen Stout, lohn Stewart, Sheri Stewart, Kevin 152 Focusing on underclassmen Juniors. Tapia. Esperanza Taylor. Tawny Taylor, Trent Thap. Kachana Thomas. Danil Thomas. Michelle Thory. Mark Tidwell, Jeri Tiemersma, Lori Tierney. Lisa Tiscareno, Ralph Torres, Rebecca Thompson. |odie Trevino. Lupe Truong. Bao Turn ball, Janet Ulery. Barbara Umemoto, Glenn Ung, Lykeang Vallin, Salvador VanLoom, Micheal Vasquez. Elsa Vasquez, Zonia Velo. Yvonne Verdugo. Lisa Villegas. Enrique Vipana. Sandra Volkmar. Anthony Wade. Donny Waldo. Gil Wallace. Deborah Walls. David Warden, Tracy Wharton. Ted Whilaker, Carolyn White. Debbie White, Wendy Williams. Dora Williams. Terry Wilson, Amber Focusing on underclassmen ... -i C Q Juniors. JLOO ( amen S Aguirre, Carmen Alexander, Marcie Alnidera, Leopoldo Amaro, Gilbert Amera, Doug An, Mi-Young Arzola, Lilian Asher, Gary Austin, Douglas Axucenas, Jeff Banda, Nora Baneulos, Gus Barrows, Alvino Bass, Wayne Birdsong, Wendy Blabon, Anthony Blasini, Luis Brown, Kamecia Callahan, Jo- Ann Candelas, Patricia Carlos, Jose Castro, Maria Cattoni, Sharon Chen, Eugene Chen, Peter Chu, Pei Ching Cobos, Gloria Cordova, Karen Corona, Rosario Costa, Stacey Cousineau, Lee Cropley, Darren Dang, Chanh David, Jude Davis, Carolyn Davis, Daniel Davis, Marcello Dawson, Rickey Delossanlos, Jesse Denman, Shawn Dezso, Steven Dowmad, Barbara Draffen, Natalie Duarte, Charlene Dunn, Sean Dunn, William Espinoza, Gloria Gallardo, Fred Garcia, William Gardner, Bruce Gary, Rhonda Gastelum, Edna Gineris, Greg Goetz, Ronn Gonzales, Louis Gonzales, Sandra Gonzales, Lourdes Gracian, Guitlemo Guthery, Michele Guz, Denise Guy, Donna Ham, Jane Ham, Jung Hambly, John Harris, Knris Harlman, Ralph Hernandez, Cathy Hickey, Tony Hinlo, Emmalyn Hong, Jung Hong, Song Hsiung, Alex Huff, Kelly Ibarra, Angle Ibaria, Jose Kayaban, Gina Kilmer, Kim King, Sharon Kueon, Young La Rosa, Alyce Lacy, Brenaa Lakeman, Leeny Leflore, Joe Leach, Gail Lua, Ramon Malone, Alvin Manansala, Rodolfo McGraw, Chesley Mclntyre, Andy Medina, Petra Mendez, Sandra Mendibles, Steve Montecino, Mike Moreno, Leond Nava, Eimelda Nguyen, Ai Nieto, George O ' Brien, Bruce Ortega, Lisa Pak, Hiyon-Chang Parks, Craig Perez, Joel Pham, Huyen Pham, Thuy Pitaknarongporn, Chantana Pitniam, Rita Porter, Arvis Pruitt, Cindy Reed, Jeff Reyes, Phillip Richardson, Renee Rios, Lupe Rivera, Raymond Rodriguez, Tony Rosas, Jaime Rott, Brenda Sanchez, Berta Savior, Minette Scnack, Stan Schreiber, Elly Sievers, Mary Shifflet, Norene Smith, Nadine Swafford, Kevin Tafoya, David Thaiuiadhana, Kusa Tong, Shuiu Vares, Diane Vu, Truong Wade, John Wade, Stene Williams, Shelly Wilson, Carla Wood, Andre Woodley, Suzzy Wylie, John Yang, Kuei Yarg, Perng 154 Focusing on underclassmen , Juniors. Paul Deas and Mike Tully New West Real Estate 19145 Bloomfield Avenue Cerritos. California 90701 Bus. (213) 865-7272 (714) 821-0730 Focusing on underclassmen . . . Juniors. 155 They were not seniors yet, but they were not freshman either. They were the 500 students in the Sophomore class of 1984! They were the middle class, on top of all things, such as Driver ' s Education. Since they were no longer new students, they were no longer frightened of new clubs and new experiences. Most sophomores began to mature, realizing they were not children any longer, and could make their own deci- sions. These sophomores were eager to find the key to the doors of the future. They searched for knowledge and the know-how of success. Comics Vol. Ill 21505 Norwalk Blvd. Hawaiian Gardens, CA Phone 865-4474 Acevedo, Diana Aguirre. Tyrone Alvarez. Angelica Anderson, leannette Agbunag. Rosallv Agustin, Arnel Alvarez, Rosemary Anderson. Melanie Agee. Paul Ahvou. Sandra Amaro. Guadalupe Andrews, jeniene Aguilar. Art Ahn, Christine Amaro. Lorenza Aoki. John Aguilar. loanna Alexander, Marcie Ames. Maria Arcenas. Antoinette Aguire. Maria Alford. Derrick An. liu-Hwan A re en as. Aurora Aguirre. Aurelia Allen, Ron Anderson. lason Arechiga. Pedro 156 Focusing on underclassmen , Sophomores. Arment. Tim Arrieta. Art Auva ' a, Loa Arreola. Sergio Avelar, Carolina Avila. Juan Axton. Robby Baca, Noreen Bagaygay, Jannette Bellew. Jeff Bagaygay, Rene Baker, Rachel Balles. Steven Barrera. Oscar Barrozo. Adele Bass, Brian Benson, Jason Benson, Justin Benson, Rodney Bernal. Jessica BIzck. Cindy Black. Tonya Blackstock, Brad Blakeney, MicJiael Birdsong, Wyndi Book, Tammy Borchardt, Jennifer Bos, Anita Boyd. April Boyd. Barbara Bracamonte, Alicia Brazil. Joey Brooks. Danielle Brooks. Renee Brown, Bryant Brown, Greg Focusing on underclassmen ... ' I C n Sophomores. -L O Brox, Roscoe Cambell. Leroy Carillo. Yvonne Chang, Fred Chea, Eng Chen, lames Chen. Steven Chiang. Wen-|uei Bnickman. Michelle Cambell. Shannon Casillas. Rosa Chang. George Chen.Chia-Neng Chen. leff Cherney. Ken Chin. Wayne Bucci. Karen Cambell. Tracy Castaneda. Alfred Chang, lames Chen. Iven Chen, Shu-Huei Chhor. Kim Chiu, Chin Yong Bugay, [anet Campos. Patricia Castillo, Martie Chang, lohnny Butcher. Mike Carlos, Armando Castillo. Vincent Chang. Susan Butler. leff Caron. Tammy Gerte2:a. locelyn Chavez. Martin Cajudo. Noel Cha.Iin ' 1 C p Focusing on underclassmen . , Sophomores. CoUette, Michelle Collier, Vicki Collins. Cyndee Contreras, lulie Cook. Charles Cooper. Lisa Cordova, leff Corona. Rosario Corrales, Ice Cox, John Cox, Wex Crawford, Scott Cromwell. Chris Croys, Kevin Crozer, Scott DaBoub, Alvaro Dagarag, Raymund Dasero, Frank Daniels, Danny Davidson, Michael Davis, Danny Davis, Nathaniel Dawson, Rickey DeArmond, Deena leeuw, Dave Deleon, Chritina Denman, Shawn Dezso, Steve Dimalanta, Michael Dimmel, Sher Do, Sean Dose, Edward Dovel, Brian Dubin. Mandy Dunn, Ty Duran, Rene Dye, David Eang, Sokunna East, Wendy Eckroad, Mellissa Edholm, Scott Edholm, Vennetta Edmondson. Gary Estrada, Manuel Estrada, Maxwell Esteban. Ronaldo Evans, Stacy Faust, Ralph Eliopulos, Constantino Fierstein. Chuck Estrada, Alicia Figueroa, Dolores tj LDCiTA Focusing on underclassmen ... ' 1 C Q Sophomores. J-Ov? 64 «we KMre Figueroa, Mary Fletcher. Mario Flowers. Patty Fortin, Florabei Furnish, Bill GaHndo. Lisa W Garcia. Maribell Geist, Laura Fisher. Kim Flett. Christine Flowers, Ronnie Franklin. Kyle Furnish, Dennis Gailardo. Lucino . Garcia. Maritza Gil. Ramon Fitzgerald, Felton Flores. Marco Forchione, Korey Franklin, Kymberly Fulop, Mike Gailardo. Sergio Garay. Teresa Garcia, Abel Garcia, Amelia Garcia. Andrew ' Garcia. Pauline Gardener. Lisa Garza, James Gastelum. Claudia Gebrosky. Wayne Girard. Monique Gomez. Jose Gomez. Martha Gonzales, Enrique Gonzales. Gilbert 1 R n Focusing on underclassmen . -LOU Sophomores. onzalez, Maria Greaves, Ernest Hajjar, Ali Hawayek, Charles Hernandez, Raymond Hofius. Becki Huang. Chris Huizar. Gilbert onzalez. Sandra Green, Sheila Hajjar. Zayne Hepworth, Lance Hernandez, Sergio Hofmann, Sanford Huff, Kimberly Huizar, Roselva onzalez, Sara Guggiana. Todd Halloran. Heather Hernandez, Albert Herrera. |ana Howard, Sharron Hughes, Jeannie Hulse, Leroy onzalez, Sonia Guidotti, Lisa Ham. Christene Hung. Chia-Cherg ossett. Ron Gullickson, Jason Hammond, Bill Hurtado, Maria racian, Saul Guzman. Frances Hanson. Kierstin Huynh, Anh racian, Guillermo Hackett, Stacey Harness, Shana Huynh. Hung Focusing on underclassmen ... -1 C " 1 Sophomores. J.O-L S t tA tt ne one Mike Perez is stunned as he finds out some interesting in- formation from Scott Wakimura. Ibarra. Adam lenkins. Antonia Jolly. Kala Karst. Erin Kim, Kelly Kim, Susan Kinyon. Chris Kuo, Ray Immerman, Rich lewell, Robert Jones. Thomas Keep. Shawn Kim. PhiHip Kim, Tae-un Kishiyama. Kris Kwa, Danny Ines. Charles Jimenez. Michelle lou, Euna Kelly. Mitzi Kim. Si Kim. Yu-Yong Kg, Yoona Kwo. Ming-fan Islas. Raul limenez. Vince jurewicz. Tom Kelso, Rita lacobson. Lynn lohnson, Kim Kaing, Kimlowg Kikuchi, Koji [ackson. Phillip Johnson, Darrin Kale. Kenneth Kim. David Jen. Lien-Cheng Johnson. Pat Kang, Chrissy Kim. Karen -100 Focusing on underclassmen . Sophomores. mce. Randy mderos, Richard iwrence, Margret Laws. Mark Lau. Lesli Lau, Michael Le, Vinh Le. Phuoc Lee, ]o Leon, Rebecca Leonardo. Zeus Licon. Miguel Lin, Alan Lin. I-Cheng Lin, Mike Lin, Robert Lind, Susan Linden. Bryan Litkei. Shawn Liu. Jack Liu. Jane Liu. Sheng-Wen Liu. Wei-Chieh Long, Louis Long, Louie Lopez. Alejandro Lopez. Anthony Lopez, Casey Lopez. Norean Lopez. Sonia Lopez, Valerie Lovetere. Kim Lua, Martin Ly. Seang Maae, junior Macedo. Matt Maldica, |ackie Mangune, Aileen Manu, Irene Mariscal, Laura Marshall. Neil Martinez, Samuel Martinez, Whilliams Martinusen. Michelle Mastergeorge, Richard May. Shane Madrazo. CaroHne Martinez. Margie McAllister, ( rrie Madrigal, Rose Martinez, Martha McKay, Cindy Focusing on underclassmen . . . Sophomores. 163 MCKay, Janet Medina. Tony Meyer, Wendy Mirasol, Merick Moon. Helen Montez, Teresa Murray. Laura Navarro. Eddie McKinley. William Mendoza, lesus Milian, Orestes Miyahira. Pam Moore. Dodi Moralez. Reno Muse, Dane Navarro. Oliberto Medina. Helen Meraz. Yolanda Mills. Matt Moe. Raymond Moore, Stacy Morneau, Shawn Morua, Valarie Montely, Feleiciann Mulheam, Laurie Murdock, Mike Myer. ]ohn Myer. Don Napier. Leslie Nava. Rita Nazarowski, Ice Nevel, Amber Newbill. Angela Nishimura. Kenji Nunez. Illiana O ' Brien. loh n -10 Focusing on underclassmen -LDt Sophomores. yConner. Shelly Oroto. Tang-Bok Parsons, Rachelle ) ' Conner, Sherry Owens, Tim Patel. Meeta )elschlaeger. Clayton Padilla, Marrisa Patino. Julie h. lae Pak. MiKyong Patterson. Debbie )ller. less Pak. Sung-Hwe Perez, Mike )rtiz. Michael Palecek, Tony Pest, Darlene )rtiz. Yvette Palomo. Guillermo Pestano, Ingrid Peterson. Melinda Petty. Steve Pfister. Kimberly Pham. Huyen Pham, Mingthu Pham. Tung Phillips, Marlynn Phipathanananth, Pribul Pimanmas, Panudda Pimanmas, Parinda Portillo, joe Pitaknarongporn. Sam Probasco. Lynda Pioquinto, Corina Purser. Lisa Putnam. Darcie Quan, Denise Quimby. Linda Quintero. Fransisca Focusing on underclassmen ... O [ " Sophomores. JL O S y l fu nc one Pat Johnson and Shelly Shack are sharing a friendly moment. Rafala. Lucy Ramos. Delia Rioja. Caroline Rodriquez, Maria Saiz, Daneil Sanchez, Frank Sandoval, David Sauceda. luan Rafala.Tony Raphael, Korey Roberts, Michelle Rodriquez, Maricela Salisbury ' , leff Sanchez. Gus Santos. Danny Sayre, Bridgette Rami. Rachana Redman, Brian Robles. Angelique Rodriquez, Ralph Salts. Ron Sanchez, Vince Santos. Darlene Schack, Shelly Ramirez, Benito Reyes.Manuel Rodriguez, Albert Romero, Gloria Ramirez. Maria Rhee, Laura Rodriguez. Guadalupe Rott, Sieve Ramirez, Maria Rhim, Eric Rodriguez, loe Rubalcava, Haidee Ramirez. Rosalie Rice. Mellisa Rodriguez, juanita Russell, Lynell 166 Focusing on underclassmen Sophomores. Schierer. James Scott. Vanessa Segovia, Maggie Seifert. Dana Serrano, Wigberto Shanks. Coleen Shen. Nancy Shih, George Shih. Lily Shimkus. Tim Shiroma, Machele Silva. Stella Simmerman. leff Slingbaum, Bill Smallwood, Robert Smith. David Smith. Lanetta Smith, Scott Smith. Suzanne Smith. Tom Snelhen. Kim Snuggs. Carmen Sobek. Linda Son. Steven Soto, Norma Soto. Teresa Spangler, Gail Springer. Laura Stevens, Larry ..Stevenson. Michelle Stock, Lisa Strong, Richard Sun. Donald Sung, Edward Tafoya, Adriana Taing. Kim Touch Tarng. Tung-Huan Tello, Elizabeth Tena. Jose Thainadhana, Kusa Thap. Phalkun Thompson. lay Thurston. Robert Thury. Doug Tiscareno. Rigo Tovar, Michael Trahan. Consuella Trahan, Michael Triebold, Evan Tongsuthi, Paul Tong, Kelly Tower, Wayne Focusing on underclassmen . . . Sophomores. 167 S 64o « M5 4 one . ' • pp I r l -r - B ' H " " T. v H k IJ 1 4 H B P . ■ " ' 1 m i M l.mK B M Tow. Kim Tully. Mike Uchinuma, Yuichi Valdez. Vince Valles. David Vasquez. Victor Villalobos. Junior Yang. Kuei-Hua Tu. Connie Tully. Susan Ung, Jerry Valencia. Susana Vargas. Richard Vazquez. Eiasmo Vivas. Rosa Yang. Kuei-Ju Tuciter. Terrance Turner. Tabby Vaca. Tina Valle. Alfonso Vasquez. Oly Vega. Bernice Vega. Christine Vega, Judith Viayra. Valeri Vo. Chuyen Vong. Socheata Vu.Le Yaffee. Mike k Yang. Cliff Yang. Peggy Wakimura. Scott Walker. Rachelle Warner. Roger Watson. James 168 Focusing on underclassmen . . . Sophomores. ( €imen€i SA f Abrego, Stephanie Aguilar, John Arellano, Fernando Avelar, AmaHa Baeza, Patricia Banuelos. Susan Canoy. Donna Canoy, Mary Caro, Shelly Carreno, Miguel Castillo. Lillian Chork, Melanie Christensen, Linda Chu, Pei Hua Clemmer, Bryan Cogswell, Julienne Contreras, Margarita Cordova, Jeffrey Cornwell, Cindy Davis. Kendall Davis. Mike Delk. Russell Driggers. Seymour Duarte. GuiUermina Esparza. Luis Fajardo. Jorge Flores. Joel Fowler, Pete Garcia, Arthur Gurule. Diane Hernandez. Jose ' ennings, Phong ensen, Jamie Kurtz, Doug Lara. Angelina Lara. Fransisco Lauro, Jorge Lay. Leslie Lee. Johnathan Macias. Patrick Maldonado. Ralph Mares. Bryan Marez, Nancy Marez, Lisa Ann Martin, Patricia Mcquire, Vernon Mcquire, Jean Mendoza. Daniel Moncivas. Tina Montano. Jolin Montero. Leticia Navarro. Eddie Ochoa. Pabel Ongloo. Edmund Ortiz. Marta Palato. Elena Pastor. Tina Pedroza. Victor Perryman, Glen Reed, Bryan Renterin, Fernando Richter, Frank Rios. Jesus Rivera. Melissa Roderiguez. Carmel Romero. Jocelyn Ruiz. Eduardo Salas. Manuel Schlieht. Monica Scott. William Seedborg. Gunnar Shifflett, Jacalene Siratt. Phillip Stevenson. Jackie Taylor. Trent Thompson, Jay Ulery. Barbara Vasquez, Erasmo Vidana. Sandra Vivas. Gerardo Wang. Li-Chan Wells. Tamara Whitehead. Tina Winchester. Deanna Whingate. Theresa r t TI m ' V H V ' ' ' . H m - - 7--j H Ik - . 1 ttH -V ir jll -y ■ m M Wawg. Ki-Chung Wicklund, Shaun Wood, Robert Yu, Kelly Wawg. Lilian Wiley, Patrick Yeom, Jenney Zavala, Alfred Weeden. Christine Williams, Mark Yeubanks, Frances Zendjas, Herman Weimer. Sheryl Williams, Robin Yi, Hon Weimer. Vicki Willis, Mario Yoo, Helen West. Jeannie Woo, David Yoo, Steve Wheel. Dionne Woodley, Sheryl Young, Katiiy 11818 Artesia Blvd. Artesia, CA Phone 402-2065 Focusing on underclassmen . . . Sophomores. 169 For the Freshmen, enter- ing High School was like entering a new world. They came in concerned about how to find their classes, nervous about what the seniors would do, and how to unders- tand new teachers. They were inex- perienced in taking final exams, and hav- ing the responsibility of earning credits. As the weeks went by things became easier. They met new friends, found their way around, and got involved in school ac- tivities. The class of ' 87 has shown great spirit and support for Artesia. Family Dentistry 1012Norwalk Lakewood, CA Phone 860-8828 Acevedo. Larry Alaniz, Daniel Amoranto, Aimee Aragon. Raymon Acevez, Alicia Alcava, Jaime Anderson. Eric Aragon. Roberta Acosta. Alan Aldeguer. Sonya Angquico. Rod Arboledo. Danny Advincula. Eric Alexander. Mike Anguiano. |esus Arce. Lucy Aguilar. Raul Alexander. Tammy Anselmo, Anna Arechiga. Arturo Aguirre. Gerald Allen. Tiard Anthony. Richard Arenas, Robert Aho. Dianna Alvarez. Maria Aquino. Pedro Armenia, lason 170 Focusing on underclassmen Freshmen. rrey. Theresa Asbury. Paul Avalos. Lauro Avila. Marcela Ayres. Richard Barajas. Victor Bergman, Sue Bos. Hutch rroyo. Martin Auvaa. Loa Avila. Denise Ayers. Billy Babb, Nancy Barnes. Lloyd Bernal. Rosemary Bouma. Mike Badovinac, Amy Bass. Darin Bjork. Lisa Branham. Adam Baeza, Rosa Becker. Cinnamon Black. Randy Brown. Todd Bale. Pak Benavidez. Eleanor Bohannon. Michael Buckley. Donna Bakker. Mark Benavidez, Elizabeth Boolen. Scott Bumcrot, Kim Balicanta. Nemesia Bennett, Cathi Bose, Alan Focusing on underclassmen ... ' 1 H ' 1 Freshmen. JL JL Bunn. Marshal] Carlos, Maria Castro. Maria Choe, Donny Clark. Kim Colton, Aua Cook. Rene Cota. Jennie Burrell, Scott Carlos. Sal Certeza. Ray Cherney, Bill Clearer. Wesley Contreras, Ernie Cordova, lennifer Cousineau. Tod Burton. Randv Carlson. Chris Cesena, Christine Cheung. Charles Coleman. Barbara Contreras. Margarita Cosio, Stephen Cowell, Sean Bushman, Amy Caron, Rhonda Chavez, Carol Choi. Tim Cabrera, Candi Carter. Melissa Chavez. Elena Chon. luanita Candelas. {esus Castaneda. Marty Chen. Alice Christensen Cariin. Pat Castillo. Raul Chen. Chien-Chin Clark. Chris 179 Focu sing on underclassmen . . . ± Freshmen. Cruz. Rodolfo Daboub. Claudia Delossantos, Depsi Dose, Ed Elzenga. Brian Evans. John Fisher, Ron French, Jenni Cueva. Lydia Daverport, Caria Dena, Martin Douglas. Marc Esparza. Alex Feld. April Floras. loel Fallen. Tiffany Cureton. Wesley Davis, layme Deyoe. lamie Driskel. John Espinoza. Eileen Fernandez, Nikki Flores. lose Galan. Chris Davis. Jerry Dingess, Amber Dupard, Dametrius Espy, Trayon Fernandez. Theresa Flores. Martin Callardo. Maria Davis, Sandra Domingo, Carmencita Durfee. Robert Estradav Raymond Ferri. John Flynn, Connie Garcia. Armando Dawes. Roger Dooley. Michelle Earnest. Erin Estrada. Aesa Fietzek, Lisa Foy. Darrell Garcia. lason Deaton, Tim Fastin. Vicki Euragquin, Wanda Figueroa. Wilfred Franks. Natalie Garcia, Marcy Focusing on underclassmen . . . Freshmen. 173 Lisa Gonzales, Laura Sailor, and Ann Marie Salas have their eye on the new guy in school. Garcia. Maria Gawer, Cherie Gomez, Irene Gonzalez, Diana Gonzalez, Gilbert Graham. David Guerrero, Ceriann Ham. Debbie Garcia, Marisa Coins, Michele Gomez, jose Gonzalez, Enrique Gonzales, Melinda Gray. Chris Cuiaotti. Chuck Han. Sandte Gary, LaShonne Gollelte. Johnny Gomez. Victor Gonzales, Gerardo Gonzales. Salvador Grabbel, Sue Griebe, Ceri Gritton. lackie Gross, Tim Guerra, Nick Gutierrez, |oeseph Gutierrez. losie Guzman, Martha Guzman. Silvia Hall, Valerie Hansen. Terry Henson. Tony Harris. David Hawver. Eddie Hayden. Becky " 1 V A Focusing on underclassmen . . . JL TC Freshmen. Hayden. ]o Hernandez, Gerardo Herrera, Martin Hong, Soo-Yon Ibarra, Maria lackson. Pete limeno, Don [ohnson. Doug Haywood, Jamal Hernandez, )osefina Hert. Clifford Hunt. Shawna Ibarra, Ronald Jacobs. loseph lirasirinupha. Phichit Johnson. Sheryll Kerteza, Ray Hernandez, Laura Herzberg, Aimee Hurtado, Victor Irving, Scott Jimenez, Sal lo. lae lones, Lovie Hendrix, Raechelle Hernandez, Martin Hinostroza, Francine jorquez. Frank Henson. Tony Hernandez, Nellie Ho, Garry jorquez, Nina hieredia, Timothy Hernandez. Susana Hoffstatler. Bobbie lurado, Monica Kernandez. Chuy Hernandez, Tina Homes, Pete Kan, Sokum Focusing on underclassmen ... ' I " 7 CT Freshmen. J. O Kang, Min Kilmec, Sean Kuan, Lisa Lee. Grace Lopez. Raquel Loya, Victor Kansaki. Kevin Kim.Chul Lacy. Cynthia Lee. Mina Loredo. Bertha Lu. Sylvia Karn. Bill Kim. Key-Yup Lamas. James Lee. Sang Young Lothyan. Nancy Lua, Martin Kashersky. Sandy Kim. Monica Eddie. Laurl Levario. Mario Kassoff, Chris Kilchell, Penny Lawrence, Nicole Lin. Albert Kennedy. Linda Kleinhans. Chalis LeFlore. Willie Lopez, [ackie Kent, Janice Knolls. Mickey Ledbetter. |ason Lopez, Manuel Lua. Salomon Lyons. Scott Luczko. Stephanie Macdonald, [odi Lugo. Maricela Madrid, Phillip 176 Focusing on underclassmen Freshmen, Magallon. Mercedes Manz, Mike Mason, Gary Mcl lvain. Sean Meraz, David Morales. Lalo Murphy, Eddie Nevarez. Lori Mallari. Elsie Marino. Julie Masqueda. Missy McMackin, [ohn Meyers, Robert Morales. Miryam Myllo. Charlene Newbill. Terry Manio, Michael Marquez. Carla Mata, lose Medina, Herlinda Milazzo. Craig Moreno, (immie Nasu. Eric Nichols. Noel Marquez. Maggie Malos, Victor Mejia. Lorena Min. So Young Morris. Keith Navarro, Irene Nichols. Seth Marrs. Chandra Matsumoto, Linda Mendoza, Francine Montero, Tyrone Morua. Gilbert Navarro. Sandra Nieto. Becky Martinez, Bertha Mayes, Steve Mendez. Nanette Montez. Lina Mota. Alma Nazarowski. John Niles, Donovan Mark. Patty McAndrew, Dennis Mendez. Victor Moore. Ana Munson. Wendy Neuave. Mike Ninette. Clarissa Focusing on underclassmen ... ' 1 " 7 " 7 Freshmen. JL Niyarepola, Nirosha Nunez. Martha Obueg, MeUza Orteha, Fehpe Padilla. Manuela Parker. Cherly Pedroza. Victor Phillips. Kim Niyarepola. Ranesha Nunez, Rosalba OHvas. Delia Ortiz. Amador Palomo. Fidel Parker. Marie Pen. Yoseda Pierce. Eddy Nold. Frank Nurow. Shawn Orozco. Steve Padilla. Adelaida Parker. Belecia Parsons, Rob Partlow. Gary Pasch. Shelly Pasillas, )esus Patriarca. Cheryl Penham, leff Penick, Debra Perez, George Perryman. Kim Peterson. Mike Pilapol. Stephanie Pino. Kelly Pinon, James Plascik. lulianne 178 Focusing on underclassmen . Freshmen. Alpha Beta Shopping Center 3303 Vz Artesia Blvd. (at Carmenita) Cerritos, CA 90701 (213] 404-1987 or (714) 821-9111 3. Michelle Ramirez. Mario Ramsdell, Shannon Riggs. Kevin Roberts. lim Rodriguez, Leticia Roos. Bruce Russell, David er, Valerie Ramirez. Rosa Real. Yvonne Rios. Gustano Roberts, loe Romero. loel Rose. Michelle Ruthorford. Arron ;, Lisa Ramirez, Rosalva Reeves. Fred Rivera. Becky Rodriguez, Bobby Romero . Steve Rubio, Maryann Salas. AnnMarie tt. David Ramon, [ohn Redman. Randy Salts. Vikki , losie Ramos. Amelia Remulla. Giselle Sanchez, Victor irez. Regina Ramos. Elvia Reyes. lulie Sanders. Rob irez. lose Ramos, Ricky Reynada. lose San luan, Edwin Focusing on underclassmen ... ' 1 ' 7 Q Freshmen. A. J Schamel, Heidi Schrader. Stacie Schreiber, Elly Scott. Angela Segui, Alex Semaan. Karin Semaan, Raghida Seo, Hyuk-Jae Serrano. Ken Serrano, Orlando Shadic. [eff Shields, Callidassi Shih, Betty Shimkus, Joan Shishido, Sandy Silva. Raul Singson, Ferdinand Sizelove. Philip Slauson. Dennis Smith, Brian R. Smith, Brian Smith, Connie Smith, Kenya Smith, Loretta Smith. Naolne Smith, Travis Soliman, Rasha Soto, Ramona Soto, Ramona Spears. Vicki Spuur, Eric Stackhouse, Lori Stewart, Kenny Stroud, David Tai, Henry Takshita.Todd Tang, Daniel Tapia, Monica Tapia. Paul Tena, lavier 180 Focusing on underclassmen , Freshmen. tsil€ f ' A hap. Viborith homas, Danny homas, Eddie Thompson. Gina Tippet, Misty Tiscareno. Art Topia. Monica Torres. Carmen Torres. Eleazar Tourula, Sherry Truax. Stephanie Trujillo, Robert Truong. Myliem Trotter. |ames Tweebeeke. Rodney Urias. )ohn Vaca, Victor Vales. Kim Vallverde, Navid Vanderhyde. Nikki Varheerat. Serena Vasquez. Barbara Vaslano. Chris Vaughn. Robert Vega. Imelda Vega. Martin Vela. Carlos Verithia. Tap Viking, Lorraine Vilaidaraga, Tina Villa, Regina Vongsapoj. Ruja Vorachard. Arada Walker. Shallie Walker, Raymond Waiis. Ion Wang. Chi-Kwang Whitaker. Michelle Whitaker. Pamela Wiley. Keith Williams. Ken Wilson, Eric Williams, Micky Washington, Marceile Williams. Shawn Wofford. Rhonda Wood. Kathryn Yamagucui, Scott Yi. Si- Yon Young. Max Yoo, Angie Focusing on underclassmen . . . Freshmen. 181 C M€RF SHY Abott, Michele Abney, Catrina Abuleg, Meliza Aguirre, Maria Alihasan, Asharf Alvarado, Fernando Amaro, Guadalupe Arenas, Fidel Argomaniz, Rosalina Chaudo, Noel Caldwell, Valessia Campbell, John Carter, Kim Castro, Ray Chang-heng, Ming Chavez, Carlos Chen, Hung-Hwei Chung, Chin Clark, Delores Claro, Alfredo Craford, Jako Czernek, Laura Davidson, johnathan Demone, Tracy Denham, Jeffery Diez, Able Draffen, James Espinoza, Eileen Estrada, Laura Etrada, Rose Fabi, Jocelyn Fisher, Danny Fitzgerald, Bradly Foster, Denise Gallardo, Sonia Gambos, Renee Martin, David Martinez, Christina Martinez, Jaime Martinez, Kristi Martinez, Linda Martinez, Richard McCain, Erick Mclntyre, Ernest Medelez, Louis Medina, Tony Mesa, Victor Miller, Michele Freshmen happy. Moe, Raymond Moore, Kathrine Morales, Eulalio Mosqueda, Melissa Mulhern, Kathleen Neal, Robin Nicholas, Johnathan Nicholas, Noel Nicholas, Sefph Ninete, Claressa Ogden, Kirk Ornelas, Luis Orsillo, James Ou, Chi-Way Pae, So Yong Parker, Brian Predo, Camilo Peregrina, Rafael Perez, Alicia Prez, Veronica Piascik, Julianne Pitugnarongphor, Virapol Pruitt, Benjamin Ramirez, Berandine Ramirez, Mario Ramo, Kim Razo, Edwardo Reyes, Edward Richardson, Mickey Richter, Frank «»- Robinson, Clint Robles, Yvette Rodriguez, Robert ry Rosas, Gilbert yV Sailor, Laura ' Schlicht, Wolf Schrader, Stacie Scott, Angela Segui, Joe Segura, Delia Settle, Darrell Shackelford, Johnny Shadrick, Sherrie Smith, Houston Snider, Steven Streng, Heang Serng, Sothy Stafford, Sidney like Maria Alvere? are Stanton, Clark Stout, Nicole Sung, Edward Sung, Thanh-Phuon Thompson, Jamie Toledo, Alaina Torres, Sal Trevino, Claudia Tuaila, Suafanu ' u Tully, Michael Ungaro, Mark Van Camp, Christy Villanueva, Martha Vivas, Francisco Yu, Le Wade, Teri Walls, Johnathan White, Calvin Williams, Jack Wilson, Shyra Wong, Nim Wu, Nancy Wyrick, Cora Yeager, David Yun, Terry Zamarripa, Sandra Zavala, Wendy Zickefoose, Paula i 1 ft 9 Focusing on student life . JLO Freshmen. Enlarging Our Mind Tlipougli Rcademic Focusing in on . . . school, doing our best, excelling, be- ing recognized for our efforts, experiencing that self- satisfaction from our achievements, and the sor- row that came with our disappointments. Alas, this was the life of the Academic Artesian. How did one manage to handle all those solid classes, hours of studying and homework, extra-curricular activities and still avoid ulcers? Good question! But many Artesians managed to do just that and we should be ever so willing to give them that little pat on the back. These were the students who decided to make the most of their years here at Artesia, and what better way of making the most than do- ing your best? Yes Artesia was a great opportunity place to excel at. Our nigh academic standards and pro- grams not only encouraged students to do their best out gave them the feeling that Artesia High was " up there " academically. Being selected as an exemplary school of California due to: an over-all improved grade point average, high CAP scores, higher percentages of Arte- sian graduates attending col- lege, more Artesians enrolled in college prep classes, high participation in staff development, exessive cur- ricular activity, and commen- dable involvement in com- munity activities brought pride to the Artesian students, and in turn to their own acedemic progress. 183 An Unforsiettable Event It only happens once a year. An unforgettable event was held at Artesia High School. The Conestoga Award Night. Selected Arte- sians experience the thrill of participating in this special night. On this event, those who gave extra effort to their classes plus school services and activities were selected to be the nominees. The win- ners received certain awards such as trophies, certificates, medals, and of course one person received the Grand Conestoga Award. There was one trophy and two medalists in each category. The Grand Conestoga winner this year was Kevin Smith who had achieved a G.P.A. level beyond 4.0 all four years. His plans include to study Electrical Engineering at U.C.L.A. All in all, it didn ' t matter whether they won the Grand Conestoga Award, medal, trophy, or certificate. It will always be an unforgettable night to be remembered. Kevin Smith and Ms. Clisby 184 Focusing on academics . Conastoga. En£flish Foreten Language i David Hansen i ' ' " r?i ' Cathy Beadle Sharon Ham School Service loe Figueroa Tiffany Clark Melinda Garcia Home Economic Greg Agee showsjfc in receiving the award Alice Winovitch Susette Wheeler Business Kim Lance Sharon Rech Candy Hoffstater Focusing on academics ... " IOC Conastoga. JLOO Tiffany Clark expresses congratulations to Leah Smith Instrumental Music I i .1 Plclur AvoHobl Guy Graham Andrew Spurr Jeff Garza Vocal Music Paul Lind Yun Shin Tamaki Maruoka Drama Um Samuel Prendiz Scott Young ii «L« Edward Alvarado Diana Escandon Keith Schulist Thap Martha Zamorano leff Garza Kim Edmondson 1 p fJ Focusing on academics . . . Conastoga. Industrial Education Floyd Leach aiting anxiously is Shelly Bowcott, Cathy Beadle, and esilie Babcock. Social Science Kenny Lau Daniel Hyatt Pictura Not AvollobU Kathy Beadle Daniel Passage Mathematics Picture Not P ' ' " ' Availoble ' ° ' Available J Melody Chen - ' Wm S 1 1 For Hair People 16525 South Belflower Blvd. Artesia Ph. 920-7114 Focusing on academics ... ' 1 Qiy Conastoga. J-O Pli sicai Educataion Dance Drill i Frolian Bugay Arnold Avalos Carol Bradshaw Picture Not Availoble Tiffany Clark Picture Not Available Lisa Garcia Boys Athletics Bill Parker Eric Shulte Girls Athletics Shelly Bocutt Cathy Beadle N§ Leslie Babcock i Science John Deyo waits his turn to be congratulated. 1 R ft Focusing on academics . , Conastoga. We ' re School of the Year! As Dr. Eugene Tucker, Superintendent of the ABC Unified School District pointed out, we have shown tremendous improvement in academic achievement with an in- crease in the number of students in Advanced-Placement courses and the number of students going to col- lege and receiving scholarships. Tim Murphy, a consultant for the Los Angeles County Office of Schools, is the one who recom- mended us to the state, said, " The school has shown tremendous growth over the past four years in standardized test scores, especially in spelling and math. " Our school ' s Right page: 1. Intellectual minds at work in Chemistry class. 2. Artesians study hard to improve their academic minds. 3. Artesias ' towels are a hot item because Artesians are full of spirit. 4. Ms. Mara Clisby says, " Darling I knew we could do it! " ew leadership and campus sp irit have improved. The staff is also very in- terested in using high technology to educate students, including Cable Vision, interactive video and com- puters. Artesia also has tremendous community involvement at the school, more than one thousand parents attended our last " Artesia Lights Up the Night. " We are very proud to be a part of Artesia High School. The students would like to thank Ms. Mara Clisby for her special talent to be an above average principal, and all the staff for 100% of support and help. Focusing on academics ... ' 1 on School of Year. lOzf Rcademic Rssociations CSF is California The Upward Bound Club Scholastic Federation. In order to become a member, you must earn at least seven points in our academical classes each semester. New members are selected every semester. There were 105 altogether in the club this year. If you are a graduating senior and have been enrolled in the club for at least five semesters with one of them in senior year, you are announced as a Seal Bearer. It is an honor to be recogniz- ed as a Seal Bearer. The club provided the tutoring that was needed on campus and recognition to many individuals were awarded thru $2,000.00 in academic scholarships. was an excellent pro- gram that was provided and sponsored by California State Univer- sity at Long Beach. There were eighteen members on this cam- pus this year. They were selected througr ney lugh ap- plications with at least two faculty ' s recommen- dations and finally they were interviewed for ac- ceptance. They had to maintain their G.P.A. of 2.5. or higher to remain in the club. The main purpose of this program was to increase the number of minorities in the colleges. The members took different classes in CSULB on weekends or during summer to get familiarized with the college atmosphere and to make the transition easier. The program had an857i success rate. 1st Row: Peter Lee. Elaine Fan, Mee-Il Seo, Julie ' I ' lin, Sii-jin Yi. Christine Ham, In Kang. Yoo Kim. 2nd Row: Kevin Smith. Ravy Lu. 3rd Row: Kim Lance, Mary Woo. Leni Velasquez, Lisa Garcia. Hong Hiu. De ' C. nehorah Wallace. Karen Yun, Grace Hong. Not Pictured: 12th grade; Alvin Bautista, Cathy Beadle, Melody Chen, Tiffany Clark, Sharon Ham, [ung Yun Kang, H ' o-Soon Kim, Lin Lien, Lisa Ma, Huong Ngo, |ae-Hoon Oh. Daniel Passage, Brenda Roos. Phalkan Thap. Tran Truong, Sidney Tsai. 11th grade; Rosally Agbunag, Edgard Alvarado, [ulie Butler, Kenneth Craig, Mike Greenwood, Margo Gutierrez, Hui-Chen Hsiao, Susanna Kim, Gladys Kuan. Chen Lien, Grace Liu, Marie Lopez, Rodolfo Manasala. Estela Martinez, David Martinusen, Tamaki Maruoka, Yon-Su Pae, Chantana Pitaknarongporn. Melissa Stephens, Michele Thomas, Angle Tong. Bae Truong. Chung Wu, John Wylie. Mae Lan Yoon. 10th grade; [o-Young Ahn, Janet Bugay. Florabel Fortin. Ann Van Huynh, Erin Jo, Sophia Kan, Philip Kim, Yu-Yong Kim. Ming Kuo, Zeus Leonardo. Jane Liu. Rachelle Parsons. Panudda Pimanmas. Parinda Pimarnmas, Lily Shih, Christine Vega, Lilian Wang. Wendy Yang, David Woo. Kathy Yang, Jason Yang, 9th grade; Daniel Bugay, Juanita Chon, Jocelyn Gabi, Salvador Gonzales, Sandi Hann, Soo Yon Hong. Jae Hvun Jo, Sokjon Kan, Min Kang, Key Kim, Monica Kim, Lisa Kuan, Grace Lee, Wendy Munson, Beck ' Rivera, Sandy Shishido. Eric Spuur. Tung-Huan Tarng. My Leim Trong, Kim Valles, Tina Velaidaraga, Le Vu, Max Young, Terry Yun. (Names in L Bold are S T the Seal Bearers! 190 Focusing on academics . Academic Associations. Rptesians Hre Rcademic Right page: 1. In Drafting Robert Meyer works hard on his project. 2. Mrs. De Fallas A-P English class works as a group. 3. Simon Seamon is sure of himself in chemistry. 4. Scott Young knows how to program. 5. Russell Lo Bue wonders wnat kind of formula he came up with. Focusing on academics ... ' 1 O -1 Artesians. J. U JL Top Stories of 1984 The terrorist massacre of peacekeeping U.S. Marines in Lebanon was the top story of 1983 by a vote of Associated Press newspaper and broadcast member editors. The top 10 stories of the year had a heavy foreign flavor, reflecting U.S. concerns and actions overseas. No. 2 in the poll was the downing of a South Korean airliner by Soviet jets. No. 3 was the U.S. — led invasion of Grenada as part of a tougher Reagan policy in Central America and the Caribbean. The U.S economy, which was the top story in the 1982 poll, ranked fourth in 1983 as inflation abated, unemployment drop- ped and deficits rose. Editors turned overseas again for their fifth choice — the deployment of U.S. missiles in Europe and the breakup of talks with the Soviets. Sixth was the anti-nuclear protest in Europe and the concomitant freeze movement in the United States. Three stories in the top 10 were solely domestic: The economy, the weather (9| and the resignation of Interior Secretary James Watt (10). The list: 1. Marines massacred in Beirut terror bombing. 2. Soviets down South Korean airliner. 3. U.S. — backed invasion of Grenada. 4. American economy: Inflation down; unemployment drops; deficit rises. 5. Missiles deployed in Europe; Russians break off talks. 6. Antinuclear movement in Europe, nuclear freeze drive in U.S. 7. Lec h Walesa wins Nobel Peace prize. 8. Menachem Begin resigns in Israel. 9. Weather: Winter storms, spring flooding, drought and hurricane plague U.S. 10. [ames Watt resigns as secretary of interior. Runners-up included: " The Day After " and the impact of that television movie the split in the Palestine Liberation Organization; the Washington march commemorating Martin Luther King )r.; the assassination of Philippine political Leader Benigno Aquino; the disappearance from puolic view of Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov; and the Australian victory in the America ' s Cup. Votes were tabulated by awarding 10 points for a first choice down to one point for a 10th choice. Thus, the Lebanon-Marines story tallied 3,504 points to 3,442 for the Korean plane downing. The only close counts were 33 points separating the anti-nuclear story and the Walesa Nobel Prize and the 60 points between the Begin resignation and the weather. 192 Focusing on academics World Events. 1. BEIRUT, LEBANON — Rescuers prepare to lower a U.S. Marine on a stretcher to safet ' after being trapped in the wreckage of the U.S. Command Post. Terrorists used a dynamite laden vehicle to blow up the building in which hundreds died in the blast, Oct. 23. 2. CHARLESTON, S.C, OCT. 26 — A KISS — An evacuee of Grenada pauses to kiss the ground aft M landing at the Charleston Air Force Base. Many medical students from the United States, were flown to safetA ' after the U.S. troops invaded the island. 3. BEIRUT, LEBANQN, APRIL 19 — An Ameican Flag and a U.S. Marine standby as rescue workers sort through the ruins of the American Embassy in Beirut, after being hit by a bomb, killing manv and wounding over one hundred. 4. NEWPORT, R.I., SEPT. 26 — The Australian 12-meter yacht Australia II, (KA6|, leads U.S. Liberty in the fifth leg of the 25th America ' s Cup, enroute to the first ever foreign in the 132-year-oid event. 5. WASHINGTON, D.C., NOV. 14 — Little Lee Woo, age 4, yawns after the long trip from Korea on Air Force One, with 7 year-old Ahn Gi Sook as they stand with President and Mrs. Reagan. The children were brought here by Mrs. Reagan for heart surgery. 6. HOUSTON. TEXAS ' — Astronauts Sally K. P.ide " and Guion S. Bluford made space historv. Ride was the first woman to go up in space on Shuttle Flight Seven, and Bluford was the first black into space on Shuttle Flight Eight. 7. PAINSVILLE, OHIO — Mishleen Abi Ghanem Earle weeps on the casket of her husband. Navy medic Br ' al L. Earle, after burial services here. Earle, killed in the Oct. 23rd bombing of Marine Headquarters in Beirut, married the 17-vear-old Lebanese girl just six davs before the attack. 8. MANHASSET, N.Y., MARCH 28 " — Todd and Nancy Tilton hold their test-tube twins Heather lean (left), and Todd MacDonald, the first test-tube twins born in the United States March 24 at the North Shore Universi- ty Hospital. 9. PACIFICA, CALIF., MARCH 1 — The pounding Pacific Ocean tides are eroding the coastline south of San Francisco, forcing evacuation of part of the Pacific Skies Estates trailer park. Focusing on academics , . . ' 1 O Q World Events. 1 C7 O Lata Nights Behind the Cover It is said the Artesians actually originated from the Olympia Brewing Com- pany. An Artesian was a creature that was known very little about. This en- couraged curiosity in all the people who heard about these " Artesians. " Not to mention Cindy Collins and Karen Morris. They decid- ed (along with their staff) to tackle the task of explaining to the Artesian population exactly what an Artesian was. They decided to do so in a publication called " the Artesian. " This magazine was a year long assignment focusing on the Artesian ' s academics, extracurricular and social activities. Sound easy? Hardly! Our year-long view in- cluded a year-long list of problems. Like losing half the staff due to failure to meet assignments and Karen and Cindy tem- porarily getting kicked off the staff because of prob- 1 6 m s with the underclassmen section. Ah yes, we learned that per- sistence pays off, and with the help of Mrs. Clisby ' s various " rescues " , " the Artesian " arrived. So here you have it, our definition of " the Artesian. " ' Sure hope we brought you a little more in focus! FACULTY Left page 1. Dionne Wheel, Kim Pfister, Renee Brooks, Tom Smith, and Andrew Garcia help pass out autograph pages at awards night. 2. After a hard day behind the covers of the Artesian, Karen Morris, Kim Pfister, Cyndee Collins, and Dionne Wheel relax in their own sorta way. 3. Ted Yeager is a spirited annual staffer. 4. In Kang is shbcked by Karen. 5. Katie Cho is intrigued by a good idea. 6. Daniel Saiz is looking tor his pictures. Right page: 1. Ms. Vallefuoco is a very hard- working, busy lady. 2. Tom Smith can ' t wait until he is " finish- ed. 3. Richard Avalos is focusing on you. 4. Daniel Robles, Andrew Garcia, Renee Brooks, Karen Morris, Ted Yeager Cyndee Collins, Kim Phister, and Tom Smith have a good time in the yearbook staff room. 5. Darin Johnson, Dionne Wheel, and Shana Harness say work can be fun. 6. Karen Morris and Cyndee Collins finally let loose after a late night deadline. 7. Andrew Garcia cleans out everyone ' s locker to tind his copy written on the back of a grab bag. 8. Yoo Kim straightens her pictures. Focusing on . . . Yearbook Staff. 195 EHpressing . . . On the new Express, M.G. tells all! For the aspiring news magazine writers at Artesia High, it is truly a privilege to actually have a school paper to work on. Our previous paper, Focus, which con- sisted of approximately five consistent staff writers even- tually deteriorated due to the apathy and lack of student body and faculty support. Therefore, in the school year of 1982-83, the Artesian cam- pus experienced an entire year without such a publication. Finally after realizing that Artesia was about the only high school in the district without such a publication, with help from Assistant Principal, Nancy Krause, and our soon-to-become ad- visor, William Cowan. Together we worked to revive our campus paper and staff; only this time it was called Pioneer Express. As a result of our efforts, Artesia developed a journalism class with well over forty students ... a far cry from the previous five student staff. The enthusiasm of the entire staff has helped put forth a quality publication that well fulfills a news magazine ' s purpose ... to inform and entertain. Pioneer Express, has restored, in some ways, the lost school spirit along with the support of the stu- dent body and faculty. The success of Pioneer Express was largely due to the fact that it was run almost entire- ly by the students, along with tne supervision of our ex- cellent advisor, Mr. Cowan, we had a great year! 1st Row: Ann-Marie Rioja, Melinda Garcia, Adreana Franco, Yvonne Carillo, Helen Medina, Suzanne Smith, Casey Lopez, Sidney Tsai, Patty Flowers, Christina Ausbroole, lohn Aoki, Ramon Gil, Eric Spuur, David Graham. 2nd Row: Bridgette Sayre, Mr. Cowan, Lorenzo Avila, Clyde lones, Mike Perez, Karen Morris, Chris Vega, Wendy Meyer, Gail Spangler, Shana Harness, Mario Willis, Shannti Thompson, Yvonne Henson, Nancy Babb, Guy Graham, David Hansen, Karen Yun. 3rd Row: David Dye, Shannon Campbell, Mark Lans, Theresa Montez, Michelle Collette, Andrew Garcia, Chris Fassett. 4th Row: John O ' Brien, Rich Immerman, Yvette Ortiz, Jeronna McAdory, Pat Johnson, Shawn Keep, Vivian Garbalosa. Not Shown: Joel Hensley. 196 Focusing on academics . Pioneer Express. Left page; 1. Shana Harness and Gail Spangler listen to a very amusing suggestion. 2. Guy Granm (Assistant Editor), David Hansen (Co-Editor), An- dreana Franco (Treasurer), Melinda Garcia (Editor in Chief), Karen Yun (Assistant Editor). 3. Pat Johnson gives his advice for the next issue to Melinda Garcia. Right page. 1. Joey Roseilli likes Adreana Franko ' s work. 2. Mr. Cowan always has an answer. 3. Mario Willis works hard on her story. 4. Guy Grahm is amazed by Suzane Smith ' s story. 5. Patty Flowers hopes she can finish her story on time. Focusing on academics . . . Pioneer Express. 197 Leaders Take Charge Mr. Homeburg. Front Row: Ray Certeza, Stephanie Pilapil, Mina Lee, Maria Alverez, Amber Dingess, Debbie Ham. Back Row: Carol Chavez, Min Kang, Missy Carter, Missy Mosqueda, Jerry Aguirre. A.S.B. Vice President: Joe Rosilli, A.S.B. President; Tiffany Clarl Commissioner of Activities: Patty Flowers, Commissioner ! Athletics: Shelly Bowcutt, Commissioner of Spirit: Chris Fornie|| A.S.B. Secretary: Susan Cueto, A.S.B. Treasurer: Ravy Lu. Remember those buttons, badges, creative posters, and eye- catching banners scattered around campus. This was all a part of campaign- ing for leadership. It was a lot of hard work just getting into leadership. Once you do get in though it ' s worth it. Whether you ' re student body president or a freshman represen- tative, you had a lot of responsibility and trust put upon you. Leadership puts on the majority of school activities and dances. Every class unites together to make their activities a " hit. " Leadership is a very important part of Artesia. 198 Focusing on academics . Leadership. Gail Sophomore Class Officers, Front Row: Robin Williams, Spangler Linda Sobek, Helen Moon. Lenetta Smith Sophomore Class Advisors: Gilbert Campos and Nancy Miller. Second Row: II- liana Nunez, Aileen Nargune, Janet Bugay, lohn Aoki, Charles Ines. Third Row: Venetta Edholm. Shelley Schack, and Patty Flowers. Left page; 1. Oliva Ortiz works at the Artesian Car- nival. 2. Charles Inez listens attentively at a leader- shin meeting. Right page; John Aoki puts up the sign with some assistance. 2. Lori Johnson and Robin Williams take notes at a meeting. Junior Class Officers, Front Row: Lori [ohnson, Chris Advencula. Steve Estrada Marty Selticov, Micheal Datcher. Jeff Quan. and Michele Thomas. Back ' Row: Michelle Stafford, Ela Patel. Melissa Bartelome. Leslie Park, Lennett Garcia, Su.san Cueto, Olivia Ortiz, and Estella Manriquez. Focusing on academics ... ' 1 QQ Leadership. X Jk) Sacramento Students That moment came again when two outstanding students were chosen by their counselor to represent Artesia High School for Boys ' and Girls ' State. Peter Lee and Tiffany Clark were elected to go on this exciting and memorable trip to California State University. Sacramento during the first week of summer. The also found the electorial process very exciting, because it was held just like a real state elec- tion. The steps are very com- plex and one mistake can cause disqualification. Elections such as running for office, voting on assembly bills and carrying out meetings at city and county levels were an exciting ex- perience. Peter and Tiffany learned by doing. They got in- volved with government issues and experienced the slow pro- cess of change. They were im- pressed that anyone could run tor an office, become involved in judicial issues and vote for the candidate of their choice. In Boys ' and Girls ' State each bov or a girl is assigned to a city area as a resident. They are divided into political parties; either Federalist, Whig, or Tories, rather than Republican and Democrat. They also developed their own party platform and discussed their issues which they had chosen. All of their elections was carried on accor- ding to the existing laws of California applicable to govern such elections. Peter Lee V Tiffany Clark 200 Focusing on Academics . Bovs ' and Girls ' State. ;;;4 ■ ' ■ht±. Andreana De jStorie the big play s-.. r. Robinson Asswes i jj jjmiKb ' that this yearyretrearwill be i , and exciting! Jeanie Ande TH€ I CTII e Talk about variety on the Artesian Campus, whatever your interests were there was probably a club for you. Some of the new addi- tions this year were La, Raza Unida (meaning the united race], Pet Assistance League (P.A.L.), Chinese Assistance, and Surfing. Active clubs such as Drama, put on a number of successful plays. While P.A.L. helped helpless animals with projects like working at the cat house. Special Friends, another active club, pairs up youngsters from the local elementary schools with our |r. and Sr. students. Almost all Artesian clubs had one thing in common they had fun- draisers such as: selling carnations, M M ' s, suckers, renting booths at the carnivals, car washes, and fundraisers at Artesia Lights Up the Night. The reason behind such fundraisers was to financially sup- port their cause. There were 19 clubs in all (all official but one) with club meetings ranging from twice a week to once a month. 201 OPeniMG MIGHT TH€SPIfM1S Artesia High School has seen many opening nights but this year tops them all. Artesia produced two plays, one was " You can ' t take it with you. " A romantic comeay about two lovers who are kept apart by their families but in the end they decide to live their lives together. The other play was " 1984 " which was based on H.G. Orwells book by the same title. Most of the cast was members of the schools Drama and Thespians Clubs. These clubs helped the members get a better view of a theatrical pro- duction. The clubs new advisor was Mrs. Hulse. She kept the year in- teresting and promising for the production. DRI Mt Diana Nold, Yvonne Henson, Mrs. Hulse. Paul Lind. Diana Escandon, Front Row: Paul Lind, Terry Newbill, Jackie Colston, Diane Nold, Jennie French, Joan Shinkus, Natalie Franks, Mary. Second Row: Samuel Prendiz, Diana Escandon, Yvonne Henson, David Grahm, Luis Blasini, Charles Ines, Janis Hulse. Back: Jorge Lopez. 202 Focusing on organizations . opening night 5 6 Left page: 1. Barbra Mowhatt an d Jorge Lopez are caught in the act! Right page: 1. Maid Carla Wilson begins to clear the table. 2. Father Charles Ines is quite shaken up. 3. Oh here comes that dingy romantic Diane Ornales again. 4. Tax col- lecter Richard Vargas tries to get a hold of Diana Escandon. 5. One faithful advisor Jan Hiilse. 6. Luis Blasini models an extravagant pose. 7. The grand finale. Focusing on organizations . . . Opening Night. 203 SSISTIMG CLUBS Out of the many clubs on campus there were three that specialized in assisting its members. They were GAL- SOAP, French and a new addi- tion to the clubs section this year was the Chinese Student Assistance. The California Student Op- portunity and Access Program, CAL-SOAP, which was design- ed to motivate and prepare students to attend institutions of higher education. CAL- SOAP provided tutoring to its members in math, science, english, and math reading and also test preparations. The Members also participated in campus tours throughout Southern California. It also assisted in providing informa- tion about attending college to its membes. The French Club was another club that helped you as it assisted you in learning about the French culture. The club had field trips and other excursions that lead to a better understanding of the French lifestyle. The members had a love for a variety of French topics which led to an interesting year. As for the new addition, Chinese Student Assistance, which like its name assists Chinese students. The members helped one another to overcome all difficulties they may have encountered in living, studying and mainstreaming in a very com- plex environment. The club assisted in maintaining needed Chinese communities and it did so well that it has a promising future. CHinese stud€mt t ssisTmc€ Front Row: Steven Yung, Chen Lien, Grace Liu, Angie Tong, Ingrid Chen, Lily Shih, Toi-Ling Idsu, Yu-Pei Liang, Melody Chen, Henry Gary Ho. Middle Row: Mrs. Kung, Mrs. Lin, Lin Lien, Betty Shih, Yu Lino Chou, Hui Lion, Esther Chen, Allen Wong, Elaine Fan, Piper Lee, johney Chang, Jaak Liu. Back Row: Rex Yang, Charle Wu, Alber Lin, Steven CenChen. 204 Focusing on organizations . . . Assisting Clubs. join TH€ fRenCH CLUB f MD join TH€ funi Advertisement f RenCH CLUB Front Row: My Lien Truong, Catherine Webbs, Yoo Kim, Karen Kim, Julie Yun, Raghida Semaan, In Kane, Lisa Garcia. Back Row: Hardenbrook, Laurent Sirgy, Armando Hernandez, Andy Wahab, Allan Wahab, Charles Hawayek. C L-SOhP Front Row: Lisa Ma, Art Garcia, Jarnay Franklyn, Dorolilia Gonzales, Elizabeth Gonzales, Emmalyn Hinlo, Sasan Basilio, Lisa Garcia, Lennette Garcia. Back Row: Mr. Hernandez, Mitra Ashtari, Armando Rodriguez, Jose Gonzales, Baldomero Huizar, Sidney Tasi, Dan Robles, Max Cobo. Left page: 1. President of the French club, Armando Hernandez enjoys a laugh at a meeting. Right page: Elizabeth Gonzales of Cal-Soap enjoys herself at the carnival. 2. Chen Lien listens with interest at a meeting. Focusing on organizations ... Q O C Assisting Clubs. U O Keemc in ST€P One thing the Dance Production did was that they were able to keep in step. The pro- duction was directed and supervised by Ms. Gerard. It was choreographed and directed by Ms. Naumescu and also Mr. Darren Brown. The production prov- ed to be successful from the roar of the audience. The production had a routine which con- sisted of all male members and the popular break danc- ing. The presentation of the routines ranged from the heavy metal to a breaking and pop- ping look, which all came together to make it a success. Left page: 1. Trying to get Sanford Brown ' s attention is Linda Martinez. 2. Caught in an action pose is Lisa Garcia. 3. Dana Bell, Twila Rowl, Kim Huffand and Mario Willis. Right page; 1. Doing the Bunnv Hop to a catchy beat is Dana Bell, Kym Franklin, Cristine Kiltz, Diana " Deleon, Lisa Garcia, and Lennett Garcia. 2. Beginning their dance is Antoinette Arcenas, Rosally Aubunag, Kym Franklin and Jeannie West. 3. The Grand Finale. 4. Proving they can act as well as break are Marshawn Elliot, Earnest Mcln- tyre and Randy Bumpers. 5. Dancing to the beat of " Magnetic " is, Suzanne Smith and Zayne Hajjar. 206 Focusing on organizations . Dance Production. Focusing on organizations . . . Dance Production. 207 em iROMMenmL CLUBS Two clubs at Artesia could be catagorized as en- vironmental because of their purpose dealing with tne environment we live in. We have the Pet Assistance League, a new organization and the Horticulture Club. Horticultural is a club that provides an activity outside the class and lets you see the results of your work. In the club the members and ad- visor share a mutual in- terest in plants and their environment. The club endeavors to stress the relationship between man and his dependence on the Botanical Community. The club has had plant sales as fundraisers and they proved successful. As for the Pet Assistance League, P.A.L., it is one oi the newer clubs on the cam- pus and also one of the most active. It promoted an awareness concern- ing the welfare of animals. It offered the opportunity to everyone that cares about animals to gather and exchange ideas. It has raised money by having sales at Christmas and Valen- tines Day. The money raised was then donated to an animal related shelter. On a trip to the Long Beach Zoo, the club was inspired even more in their cause and got new ideas for future fundraisers. HORTICULTURG Front Row: Denise Ponce, Dora Williams, Tony Medina. Back Row: Kevin Stricklett, Lisa Herzberg, Scott Crozier, Mr. Cox, Ernie Aguilar. 208 Focusing on organizations . Environment Clubs P.M. Front: Eric Wilson. Front Row: Michael Datcher, Lisa Greenleaf, Suzanne Smith. Margo Perrvman, Lucy Rafala. Back Row: Jean- nette Anderson, Michelle Roberts, Ms. Brannon. Left page: Jeannette Anderson observes a rare bird. 2. Showing how gentle she can be with the lamb is Margo Ferryman. Right Page: Mrs. Brannon and Jeanette Anderson ' s expressions show just how much they are enjoying themselves. 2. Lucy Rafala looks interested as to what ' s inside the bin. 3. Michelle Roberts and Gordon Smith find this animal pin fascinating. 4. Mr. Cox wants to make sure his plants are in good health. Focusing on organizations . . . Environmental Clubs. 209 GIRLS ' L€hGU€ The Girls ' League was more of an organiza- tion than a club. It sponsored some of the more important events at Artesia, such as, the Christmas Dance " Winter Roses, " which turned out to be a success. It also picked and spon- sored the seniorella and seniorfella of the month. They were able to have a few other fund raisers, which made their year a prosperous one. The purpose of Girls ' League is to promote a high stan- dard of leadership, appearance, and con- duct within its members. It also develops the interest in school activities and further the spirit of friendship. Front Row: ]anet Bugay, Denise Quan. Helen Moon, Aileen Mangune, Zayneb Hajjar, Arada Vorachard, Rasha Soliman. Middle Row: Mrs. Garver, Kim Taing, Christina Deleon, Gladys Augustine, Robin Williams, Bridget McCain, Lorri Johnson, Lucy Johnson, Fay Clamor, Carol Bradshaw, Ravy Lu. Lenni Velasquez, Diana Deleon, Nisie Vorachard, Yoo Kim, Mrs. Branch. Back Row: Karen Kim. Antoinette Arcenas. Kim Fisher. Melissa Eckroad, Fiona Laws, Tawny Taylor, Jeannie West, Venetta Edholm, Elizabeth Gonzales, Lennett Garcia, Mary Moon, Mario Willis. QHr» Focusing on organizations . i. J Girls ' League I LL THfM YOU CMBC JOIM TH€ GIRLS ' L€ GU€ Advertisement Left page: 1. The cake that was presented at the Christmas dance expresses the girls pride for their club. Right page: 1. President Luci Johnson pins a rose to Snow King, Lee Urias. 2. Members attending the dance pause for a picture. Focusing on organizations ... O ' 1 ' 1 Girls ' League, i JL JL IMT€Rf1 TIOMhL CLUBS At Artesia we have many different nationalities and this may be why students join- ed such clubs as Hwa-Rang, Raza Unida and the Interna- tional Club. They may have also joined to become friends with someone from a different culture and to also set familar with different lifestyles. A new club that began dur- ing the year was Raza Unida which in Spanish translates " Race Unitea. " The club pro- vided encouragement of the student body and promoted unity among all. It was one of the only clubs with a high chicano participation. It had socials and fundraisers that proved the future the club is promising. Another international club is Hwa-Rang, which in Korean means " Flower Youth. " The purpose of the club was to pro- mote friendship and mutual understanding between Korean speaking and English speaking students. During the year the club had fundraising activities and every year also sponsors a Korean basketball team to visit Artesia. One club we cannot forget is the International Club itself which was one of the largest clubs on campus. The club was for students who wanted to meet and make friends with people who had different lifestyles and backgrounds. The members were able to observe and appreciate the dif- ferent cultures in the club also. It had fundraisers activities which were successful because everyone worked together. Rl Zh UMIDt HWI -RWIG Front Row: Susan Cueto, Olivia Ortiz, Stella Silva, Sandra Cobos, Becky Torres, Paul Tapia, Mr. Gil Campos. Second Row: Socorro Alvarez, Angle Alvarez, Martha Nevarrez, Sergio Flores, Frank Range!, Illiana Nunez, James Garza, Rosanne Carbajal. Front Row: Jay Yeom, Jae Cho, Mr. Kwon, Jay Oh, Tina Lee. Jane Ham, Laura Rhee. Middle Row: |in Kim, Chulong Yun, Mark Shim, James Lee, Sandy Ha, Peter Lee. Back Row: David Park, Su-Jin Yi, Julie Yun, In Kang, Jamia Pak, Yoo Kim, David Lim, David Kim, Paul Kim, Julie Chang. IMTem TIOMM CLUB Front Row: Arada Vorachard, Tina Velardarza, Ravy Lu, Lenni Velasquez, Mary Woo, Peter Lee, Charles Ines, Emmalyn Hinlo. Second Row: Laura Hernandez, Mary Moon, Liz Gonzalez, Nisie Vorachard, Yuko Sinoto, Susan Basilium, Vanesa lang. Third Row: Joe Rossilli, Mr. Gonzales, Lisa Garcia, Rasha Soliman, Karen Yun, Mike Saltikov, Len- nett Garcia, Jojo Jirasipon, Christina DeLeon, Paul Tongsuthi, Ramon Gil, Lin Vu, Chan Pitaknaronzparn. Fourth Row: Elsie Mallari, Catherine Wood, Julie Yun, Armondo Her- nandez, In Kang, Yoo Kim, Eric Rhim, Karen Kim, Eric Wilson, Parinda Pimmanar, Tamaki Marnoka, Susan Cuento, Craig Schneider, Olivia Ortiz. On Top: Pat Johnson, Jeannie West, John Aoki, Rosalie Agbonag. Left page: 1. Addressing the Hwa Rang members at a meeting is Mr. Kung and Jae Cho. 2. Frank Rangel takes a moment to chat with a friend. Right page: Some International Club members enjoy themselves at one of the clubs fundraisers. 2. Julie Yun sings at last years Korean basketball game which the Hwa- Rang club had sponsored. 3. President of Raza Unida, Olivia Ortiz smiles at another member. 4. Some members of the international club tries to add a little color to Mr. Gonzales ' s face. Focusing on organizations ... O ' 1 Q International Clubs. J. O CHORAL CLUB The Choral Club could be thought of as one of the loudest clubs to be heard on campus. The club did not always go around yelling or screaming but instead (hey sang in perfect key. The club enabled the members to have fun while they sang. It also helped them learn how to perform at a concert. During the year the club had fund raisers such as car washes, bake sales, and one of the more popular ones was when they show- ed their skills and sold singing Christmas and Valentine cards. Left page; 1. Ms. Jellum plavs the piano during rehearsal for a concert. 2. The Choral Club at their best. 3. Evervbodv stays in perfect key during a concert. Right page; 1. Performing " a duet is Eun Jin Jo and Laura Kim. 2. During rehearsal Valerie Porter, Yvonne Yoo and Francis Yuebanks trv to get the song perfect. 3. Leah Smith performs a solo. © _J mJi 214 Focusing on organizations . Choral Club. First Row: Shawn Denman, Jeff Garza, Kim Edmondson, Martha Zamorano Robert Tamayo, Done Soo Suh, Cheng Fon Lin. Second Row: Sandie Han ' Danielle Mickle, Sandra Davis, Cheryl Gawer, Kala Jolly, Mi Chung Lee Kel- ly Richardson. Third Row: Sandra Ah- You, Janet Bugay, Leah Smith, Carolyn Davis Laura Kim, Yvonne Yoo Hae Yong, Lori Tiemersma, Lovie Jones Fourth Row: Valerie Porter, Christ Jungham, Jo Eun Jin, Patti Rocha, Valerie Barden, Marylou Guerra, Jenny Young Lee. Last Row: Kim Clark, Josephine Tuh, Irene Manu, Kimberly Huff, Rebecca Hayden, Eileen Espinoza. Focusing on organizations ... n -i i- Choral Club. Z 1 SKILLfUL ORGMIZIMIOMS There were two organizations on cam- pus that were more skillfull than anything else. One organization was the Mountaineer- ing Society which took members on rock climbing trips. The other organization was the Surfing Club which took to the ocean for their skill. The Mountaineer- ing Society proved again to be a success with four trips. The trips were in November, February, March and May. The participants were taught the basic skills of rockclimbing, such as falling and rapell- ing. Some recreations for the weekend were volleyball, hikes, joke-telling, and Mr. Noble ' s chili. As for the Surfing Club, it was a new organization on cam- pus. One thing that all members shared was a mutual interest and enjoyment in the skill of surfing. Most of the members during the year would get together and go to the beach and spend a few hours of enjoying surfing. SURF CLUB Front Row: Philip Sizeluv, Brad Fitzgerald. John Chaidez, Mike Lobue, John Deyoe, Dev Gardner. Back Row: Kathy Keep, Danny Simmerman, Heather Holloran, Joey Brazil, Doug Thury, Robert Garrison, Bruce Gardner, Lena Thoro- sian, Janice Forfar, Anne Contreras. -Jl- 216 Focusing on organizations . . Recreational Organizations. 1 -= moumtnuggrimg SOCIGTY V. Left page: 1. Rapelling down on the side of a rock is Fung Jo. 2. Joey Brazil knows how to control his knee board. Right page: 1. Rock cHmbers are scattered about the rock. 2. Two adventurous cHmbers are on their last climb down at dusk. 3. Heading for the waves is Danny Simmerman and Joey Brazil. 4. Many surfers from the Surfing Club try to catch the wave. 5, 6, 7. Do you recognize any of these familiar faces from a few of the rock climbing trips? Focusing on organizations ... O ' 1 7 Recreational Organizations. J. CR€P W€ CLUBS The Silk Screen and Art Club of Artesia High are perfect examples of creative clubs. Both of these use their imaeina- tion and artistic talents to help them turn out their finished projects. The Silk Screen Club was based on producing and selling its produc- tion. It designed and printed its own emblems which could be printed on a piece of clothing that you desired for a small fee, this making the printing itself a sort of fundraiser. They also had another fundraiser during the year selling candy. The money rais- ed was used to purchase items for the scnool that capital outlay wouldn ' t allow. The fundraisers and the production from silkscreening made it a successful year. The Art Club was to further the members in- terest in the commercial and finer arts. It provid- ed areas of specializa- tion that was not offered in regular art classes. The club designed and made posters, brochures or illustrations that were needed by the school, in doing so they showed their support for Artesia High. SILK saeen iin 5 Front: Ernie Greaves, Dave Wood, Jamie Griebe. Mid- dle Row: Greg Giacomi, Sheryl Weimer, Charles Ines, Pat Johnson, John Aoki. Back Row: Eric Rhim, Paul Ton- suthi, Ralph Faust, Luis Blasini, Don MacDonald, Al Almeida, Danielle Muse, Ramon Gil, Cindy Pruitt. HIGH bunvjuu Left to Right: Anthony Lopez, Mr. Whyte, Edward Doce, Mark Williams, Linn Jacobs. 1. Two Artesians look with great interest at some of the Silk Screen productions. 2. Painting a project is Ramon Gil. 218 Focusing on organizations . , Creative Clubs. l OLLGYBML MHL€TIC CLUBS Two athletic clubs at Front Row: Denise Quan, Janet McKay, Maria Rodriguez, Madelyn Quijano, Lisa Verdugo, Margie Martinez. Back Row: Colleen Shanks, Tina Davis, Michelle Thomas, Kris Verdugo, Mr. Kamper. Lennetta Smith, Stephanie Wade, Rose Madrigal, )ackie Colston. Artesia High were the Mat Mates and the Volleyball Club. They l)oth had fun in what they did even though they dealt with athletics differentlv. The Volleyball Club plays its games for the enjoyment of its members. The members consisted of the Varsity and Junior Varsity team members. Mat Mates was a club that supported the wrestling program. The members were willing to give up some of their time to assist the wrestl- ing matches. The members were willing to take stats and run the snack bar as a means of assistance. Mat Mates and the Volleyball Club mav have been based on dif- ferent bases but they were there to have fun. m m €s 1. Getting ready to serve the ball is Madlyn Quijano. 2. Mat Mates smile as we get ready to score. Front Row: Susan Pugh, Lillian Arozola, Lisa Verdugo, Dennise Moore. Back Row: Sandra Vidan, Cathy Rowlands, Christine Lopez. Focusing on organizations ... O ' 1 Q Athletic Clubs. Zilcl SPeCII L fRI€MDS Artesia High School Special Friends is made up of students who voiunteered their time -on an ongoing basis with selected elementary school pupils in the district. They were part of a district organization of Special Friends and attended a special training seminar during a retreat in the mountains early in the school year. They planned and carried out activities with the elementary school pupils and visited or con- tacted the elementary school of of the younger pupil on a regular basis. Special Friends and their young friends have participatea in many activities together during the vear in- cluding trips to the park, beach, zoo, sporting events, shows and library. Participation in Special Friends has resulted in the enrichment of the academic and social well-being of both the high school and the elementary pupils. Front: Lynn Gilliam. First Row: Sylvia Cortes. Yvonne Henson. Jarnea Franklin, Rose Williams. Laura Webb, Christv- Haves, Colleen Moore. Second Row: Sam Prendiz, [immy Cardenas, Angle Salas, Leah Smith, Martha Zamorano, Kim Henderson. Third Row: Karen Morris, Cindy Guidotti, Rhonda Hammond. Carol Bradshaw, Fay Clamor, Susette Wheeler, Dust ' Sale, Terry Robinson. Last Row: Vic Malone, John Koinzan, Mary Woo, Sanford Brown, Scott Combs, Ann Con- teras, Vibiana Carillo. 1. Scott Combs trv ' ing to avoid the photographer. 2. Displaying her thoughts of having to unpack is Christy Hayes. 220 Focusing on organizations . Special Friends. Look Who L Is Doing H the Developing I The Artesia High School faculty had great goals of raising it ' s academic standards. They wanted to increase student test scores and a decrease in student drop-outs. One way they tried to im- prove was by the back- to-basics movement. This meant more reading, writing, and homework issued out. Not only more basic work like math, and english, but all this work helped the students to improve their reading, grammar, writing, spell- ing and other subjects. With all this work the students were able to get high grades on their tests. The honor of being nominated for best school of the year gave the developers recogni- tion for their various constructive developments. The Artesian developers pledged to take definitive action to bring about improved educational We have as traditionally hundreds of programs. a district, involved teachers and staff members in the development of cur- riculum, selection of textbooks and cur- riculum materials, in serviced tcaining of staff members, and raising of expectations for our students . . . 221 Constantly Busy Students, at Artesia, were challenged by required high standards of career choices and in- However, Administrators and Counselors en- stitutions of higher learning. In order to meet couraged all students to improve their academic those standards, requirements were increased skills. To help students meet those requirements, from 200 to 220 credits. The additional units were their assistance was essential, taken in Math, Science, and Fine Arts. Mani Clisby - MA MA Principal Nancy Krause — MA Assistant Principal |oe Quarries — MA Assistant Principal Bob Burdick — MA Assistant Principal Bob Bess — MA Counselor Misty Griffith - MS Counselor Hilario Hernandez MS Counselor Howard Kwon — MA Counselor 222 Ruth Morvay — MA Counselor Focusing on . . . Facutlv. Nolan Noble - BS Activities Director Norm Flowers — BA Athletic Director Brian Kamper — MA Assistance Athletic Director 1. Mr. Hernandez discusses Susan Pughs future with her. 2. Mrs. Clisby ana Mrs. Krause discuss a few last minute matters. 3. Mr. Burdick listens attentively during a faculty meeting. 4. Mr. Quarries and Mr. Kwon enjoy an early breakfast prepared just for faculty. 5. Mr. Noble looks over the chaotic mess on the football field. Focusing on . . . r r r Faculty. ZiLj J You Wanted This When??? I Keeping a large school running sufficiently takes a lot of hard work. That hard work came tion all the help they gave faculty and students from the Administrative Staff. Taking care of the throughout the year, shows us how rewarding a phones, files, typing, and paper work, not to men- team effort can be. Ann Wells SIP Clerk Val Santos Cafeteria Marcie Wilson Cafeteria Adelene Felix Woman ' s Gym Attendant no I Focusing on Facult ' . Warren Mullinax Men ' s Gym Attendant Irene Bonner ROP 1. A very surprised Jeri Howard jokes about being caught by a camera while eating. 2. Doris Erickson takes a minute from her work to gather her thoughts. 3. Gail Pekrul and Helen Tnorvaldson greet everyone with a winning smile. 2 Ron Gaut Pool Attendant Irene Barach Bookroom Clerk Helen Thorvaldson ROP Elise Rosen Senior Library Clerk Ethel Yamaguchi Account Clerk Ray Bunch General Maintenance James Whiteley Jr. Utility Man Placido Alvarez Campus Security Raul Morales Campus Security Focusing on . . . O O C Faculty. LkUiKj Reliability School is a place to learn at. It is a place to get knowledge and understan- ding. But to get these things you need reliable teachers. Teachers who you know will sit down and explain a lesson over again if you do not understand it. You need people who really care. Reliability is one word that can be used for our Artesian Staff. 1. " Ta da! " sa ' s Greg Brown after he and Mr. Campos finish a short skit for the class. 2. Two students Tom Smith and Carlos ask Miss Bran- non for help on the day ' s lesson. Ken Atterbury — MA Social Studies ■ ' " - si ■D i f fm •»• i J i 226 James Baird — BA Industrial Education Focusing on . . . Faculty. Noreen Beardsley — MA Librarian Pam Branch — BS English Michele Brannon — MA Foreign Language Stan Brown — MS Math Eileen Collie — BS Science Gilbert Campos — MS Foreign Language Nokaleta Cardriche — MA FntJiish Dan Castro — BA Fine Arts Bill Cowan — BA English Stephen Cox — BS Science Domingo Cruz — BA Foreign Language Focusing on . . . r ryrj Faculty. ZjLj J Knowledge I To get a good education students need Knowledgeable teachers. Teachers who have a Knowledge can make a big difference in the wide bacKground of learning. They not only outcome of a student ' s education, have their major but many more skills as well. Right page; 1. Tiffany Clark reads a paragraph of her book to Miss DeFalla. Left page. 2. Mr. Engel explains to Denise Quann what you must do in order to pass the Drivers ' Ed test. 3. Jim Watson watches attentivel ' while Mr. Hat- twan shows him the correct way to add up gas mileage. 228 i;. ' r,il,l Hills HS Science Focusing on . . . Faculty. Rod Eng — M.- Science Robert Faircloth - Fine Arts •MA Maria Fierru - Matti i Laura (jarver — MA English M E n ■ Jeane Gerard Physical Education Paul Gonzales — MA Social Studies Tony Guggiana — BA English [ohn Guzman — BA Guidance Center Don Hardenbrook — MA English Brooke Harms — MA English AI Hatwan — MA Science Focusing on . . . O O O Faculty. ZZU Communicating Communication is getting a message to another person, whether it be speaking, sign language or signals. One thing that every school needs is communication between teacher and a student. If you do not have com- munication between the two parties then you can not get a message through to the other per- son. Because Artesia teachers and students have such good communication between each other that makes our school one of the best in California. 1. Mr. Stonebraker points out the different countries on a map, 2. Mrs. Hulse and Paul Lind take time from their busy schedules to talk over their drama class. ( ent S Hawley MA icial Studies i m X. L I ii: 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 |oel nolemberg — MA Special Education Harvey Hovo — MA SIP Coordinator Scott Huffman Science 230 lanis Hulse — BA Social Studies Focusing on . , . Faculty. joy Husband — BA English loan lellum — MA Fine Arts Rich Johnson Math Beth Jolliffe — MS English Janet Linn — MA English Suzan Kung — MA Diverse Language Mary Langston — MA Special Language Vince LaRosa — BS Physical Education I Doreen Lorand — MA English Ted Marquez — BA Math Carolyn Maney — MA Business Focusing on . , . Q Q ' 1 Faculty. Zi O JL More Homework Oh No!! Last year the ABC District announced IAIi .stiulcnls won; to receive an extra amount of (Klucation, broaden their skills, and horizons, homework. This was to hedp improve their Tanya Black O O O Focusing on . Faculty. Focusing on . . . O Q Q Faculty. iLj(j(J Dedication A Dedicated staff is what makes a Succ(!ssfiil. smooth riinninj school. At Artosia High, we had a (ledicatod staff. ' I ' hcn ' kept out school running throughout the year. Our school revolved around these people so . . . THANK YOU STAFF! 1. Luci Johnson ,isk.s In si. ' i ' hnr jradc in Mr. Hardenljrooks l- ' rcncti cla.s.s. 2. Mr. Johnson ,in(l Phillip Sizelove shijw lidvv iiiucli Inn .ilj cfir,] cin !)(;. 3. Alwiiys kc(qiin bii.sy i.s Mr. Rizzie. Kill Mi]nl ;(im(.Ty — MA I ' lni ' Arts Kluine Lin — MA Home Kcoiuimics Marilyn Wishihira - BA Physical Eiliicalion t;ail IVkrul - MA Nurse |im Penncr — MS Special Education O O 4 Focusinj on Faculty. John Phillips — BA Science Ramona Reyes — BA Home Economics Laura Rico Child Development Center Chris Rivera — BA Foreign Language Robert Rizzie — MS Business Terry Robinson — MS Social Studies Charles Ryder — MS Social Studies Focusing on . . . Q Q C Faculty 0) O Patient Learning at Artesia is made possible by I patient teachers. These patient teachers take Artesia High should be very thankful to have time out of their busy schedules to help such a wonderful, caring, and patient staff, students comprehend our studies. Students at 1. Mr. Whyte explains to Tames Chamoerlin that scrib- bling on a folder is not exact- ly art. 2. Ali Hajaar asks Mrs. Cardriche for a few sugges- tions on books to read for a report. Jay Stapleton — MA Science Marie Takagki — MS Diverse Language O O O Focusing on Doug Shell — MA Work Experience Chuck Sherard — MA Industrial Education Barbara McCullough — BS Physical Education Vern Stewart - BS English Dian Stonbraker — MA Home Economics Hal Stonbraker — BA Social Studies Rick Valois — BA Math Al Vaught — BA Industrial Education Cherie Vela — MA Social Studies Faculty. Bank of America 2155 East Carson. Hawaiian Gardens (2131865-6221 Felipe Vehi - MS Physiciil Ecluciilion Pal V.illefiioco - BA Malh Carol Wallace — MS Business Art VVhyle - BS Fine Arts Focusing on .. . O Q ' 7 Facultv. Lj J Greatly Artesia High has a great staff. They contribute a lot to a student ' s education, typing, filing, and organizing to working with Everyone knows though, that a little help is need- students on a one to one basis. Their help is ed once in awhile. This is where our wonderful greatly needed and appreciated. Adult Aides come in. They do everything from 238 Focusing on Faciilt ' . Appreciated 1. Sophia Ramirez. Manuel Garcia, Robert Agular. Otha War- ren, Phil Murillo, Willie Torrez, Patrick Renshaw, , — Custodians. 2. Nancy Nelson shows what an Aide is all about. 3. Freda Glines, Kija Han, Ofelia Otero, Samphan Thap, . — Diverse Languages, ESL. 4. Pauline Hein, , Pam Lush — Special Education. 5. |an Rosenberg, Ofelia Morgan, Arlene Crouch, Elizabeth LoBue — Math, Home Economics, Science and Social Studies. i Use ui» European Tailoring and Cleaning 17705 S. Pioneer Blvd., Artesia (213| 924-5364 Focusing on . . . O Q O Faculty. Zucl Left page: 1. An Artesian bus is ready for the J.V. Softball players. 2. An Artesian crew is hurrying to beat that afternoon rush. 3. Coaches Stapp and Howard discuss the outlook for the upcoming football season. Right page: 1. Dana Bell and a friend model their sports car. 2. Tawny Taylor and Briget McLain wait for their ride. 3. Donald Ward and Abe Najam are ready to bail! OACi Focusing on closing . . , Rnd They ' re Off . . . Setting: the Artesian parking lot. A home for a variety of different means of transportation. Waiting, yes always waiting, for their owners to return and steer them towards their destination. Whether it ' s the same place every day or a new adventure, our cars were our means of transpor- tation, and also a reflection of our own per- sonalities. Whether you were the proud owner of a sports car, cute little VW, or a clunker, it was yours (unless, of course, it was mom ' s and or dad ' s unused toy). They all shared one thing in common: they all were a very important part of life for the Artesians and feeling needed made their wait all worth the while! Focusing on closing ... Q I -1 Lazy? You let out a long, drawn out yawn, now don ' t forget to stretch. Whew, that test is finally over and was that ex- hausting? Well con- sidering the amount of energy used up studying for it, you snould be ready to enter a 10k marathon! But you been bit and there ' s no stop- ping you now, you ' ve got that bug terminal laziness or better known as " spring fever. " Yes, it ' s hot outside but does that mean you had to grab your bathing suit and head for the beach because you forgot about that big biology test? And let ' s not forget the sacred telephone, our escape from the world of ooligations and responsibilities into that world of gab! At least then you could recuperate as you call it. As you took a look around the Artesian campus during these last final weeks, you realiz- ed you could keep coun- ting the days and take it easy, or pass! 242 Focusing on closing . Lazy Artesians. Left page: 1. Efren Soto and Marty Alvarez " kick back " and enjoy themselves. 2. Stephanie Wade takes a break from volleyball after an exhaustins match. 3. An Artesian ponders over a difficult problem. 4. Alex Hsuing, Art Arieta, and Pau Malana are too lazv to start home after a day at school. 5. Gail Leach gets distracted during her final. Right page; 1. An ex- hausted Artesian naps in the library ' after studymg all night for his Spanish final. 2. Artesian ' s Fast Ladies relax after tak- ing a team shot. Focusing on closing . . . Lazy Artesians. 243 c sunneR scenes When you think of summer, you usually think of the beach fun and the opposite sex, but there is more to a summer. Such as a summer job, to get a little extra spending money, or maybe summer school, to catch up or just to enlarge our minds. Many Artesians such as cheerleaders, foot- ball players, and band came to school to con- dition and get ready for the big football season. And let ' s not forget the annual staff who had to come back and finish this year- book. A really spec- tacular thing about this summer was that the 1984 summer Olympic games were held in Los Angeles. tti ff ' ' ' y ' Agustine working hard at her summer job summer games. 5. Mr: Brown Mr ValLflnH Mr r k " , ' Young Pak are some of the cheerleader who have onracdct n KiUrera.L?£rdfinT ' ° ' ' ' whaf ,!°es S T. 9d.A ?°cusing on closing . Tl Summer Scenes. uru Health Care Health Care . . CHARTER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 21530 Pioneer Blvd. Hawaiian Gardens Congratulations Class of 1984 and Good Luck! DEL C HIROPRACTIC HEALTH CENTER This C ard entitles the bearer to a free consultation and examination, Pius: 207f off ail ser ices N o hablo Kspanol entiendo sus problemas 402-8243 402-8244 11867 ARTKSIA Bl 1) AKTESIA, ( A. ' 070l I t M I k I I M c I I I K II I 1 1 I M 1 N I ( , I I s 1. Rosally Wirza. 2. Charles Inez. 3. Tammy Book. 4. Charlie Barnes. 5. Lisa Fietzek. 6. David Gram. 7. Barbra Boyd. 8. Chris Verdugo. 9. Amber Navel and mom. 10. Dev Gardner. 11. Ann Marie Rioja. 12. Lisa Caldwell. 13. Roberta Aragon. 14. Todd McDaniel. 15. Barbra Doumad. 16. Tracy DeMone. 17. Demetrius Dupard. 18. Steve David- son. 19. Marie Parker. 20. Deanne Cox. 21. Bobby Garske. 22. Marlene Phillips. 23. Rick Lozada. 24. Crystal Cchaft. 25. Brenda Roos. 26. Vance Anderson and Troy Patterson. Answers from Page 23 LOnS G. TAYLOR, D.D.S., INC. DENTISTRY 18507 PIONEER BIVD. ARTESIA, CALIFORNIA 90701 Phone 865-3635 865-7688 KLAUS WAGENER, M.D. Emergency Physician CERRITOS URGENT CARE Doctor on Duty 19151 Bloomfield Avenue Cerritos, California 90701 |213| 402-6707 246 Focusing on ads . Health Care. Health Care . Bus. (213) 402-9196 402-9197 DR. EUGENIC C. CASTRO General Dentistry Office Hours: Mon. to Thurs. 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Fri. to Sat. 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Lim Plaza 21010 Pioneer Blvd. Lakewood. CA 90715 - iii " T CARSON DENTISTRY T MICHAEL J C HAN . D.DS.. M.S. 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Groominsi . . . iBo£ !2:iEcSaxto THE9 BARKERS Hair Cutting for Women and Men (213) 924-1282 18317 Pl9n er Blvd. i«1«ila, CA 90701 Closed Sunday 4 Monday 9 to 6 Tuoi. thru Friday 8 to S:30 Saturdoys VOGUE HAIR DESIGNS 11324 South St CFRRITOS. CA us Phone 924-3331 NEXT TO TOYS " R • Men Women ' s Hair Design 213)924-3272 JON • STEPHEN SALON 20141 So. Pioneer Lakewood, California Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. -8 p.m. • Sat. 9 a.m. -5 p.m. • Sun. 12-5 p.m. MARCI SPELL — Owner (213| 865-6635 1 DEL AMO BEAUTY SUPPLY 11811 Del Amo Blvd. (at Pioneer) Cerritos, CA 90701 Mon. -Sat. 9-6 Sun. 12-5 A r i tr " A CUT ° $6. Haircuts Open 7 Days Hours Mon - Fri 10-8 Sat 9-5 30 Sua 11-5 12523 Carson St Hawaiian Gardens. Ca 90716 (213)402-111 l TEN PENNY NAILS Joan E. Wallace (213) 420-8316 BEVEPLY BEAUTY SUPPLY 17609 PIONEER BLVD ARTESIA.CA 90701 (213)924-3411 NO AWJrjTfwtNl N£CESS4BY wGMIIT cM ccnTiins M l lS ._f J HAlR.l.iTTtWS 68 LAKEWOOD CENTER MALL Lakewood. California 90712 (213)634-0054 Mon -Fri9 00 9 00 Saturday 9 30-6 00 Sunday 11 00-5 00 No Appointment Nacvssary Focusing on ads ... O C ' 1 Grooming. OJ. Religious Home Answers from page 107 l..BrendaRoos 2. Troy Patterson 3. Chris Fournier 4. Robert Toyer 5. Danielle Mickle 6. Peter Lee 7. Fay Clamour 8. Linda Martinez EMMANUEL CfljRCH ■:-i I - E: I 11844 E. Centralia R|. I kewood (213) 865-21)65 (213) 860-4718 (213) 431-1223 DOWNEN ' s GARDEN CENTER Power Lawn Equipment — Sales Service 2 Blocks East of 605 Frwy, Carson-Lincoln off Ramp DENNIS DUSKI 11837 East Carson MIKE DOWNEN Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716 252 Focusing on ads . Religious, Home. CHRISTIAN TEACHfP CAMPUS LIFE 3759 Atlantic (213)424-0776 Home« Automotive . . . .AUj ' ' .. ' °art:. W APPLIANCES T. V. JERRY FRAWLEY 1 86 1 2 PIONEER 8LVD 213 865-0269 ARTE5I A, CA 90701 Auto Paints Coated Abrasives House Paints Hardware BOB ' S PAINT SUPPLY 21524 S. Norwalk Blvd. Hawaiian Gardens, California 90716 (213)865-1903 Plumbing — Electrical Supplies C. ROBERT LEE Owner 2243 " 7 NoRWAUK Boulevard lic. no. zssses HAW AIIAN GARDENS. CA 9C71S ARMSTRONG FLOOR COVERING LINOLEUM Carpet, HARD A■OOD. Draperies. Wovenwood. Mini Blinds Bestile and Marlite DON ARMSTRONG (213) 421-84 34 PAM ' S LAWN SERVICE PAM TOM MORLEY (213) 402-3679 AOTOMRis Electrical BOB STOCK Rewjring • Plastering Re-Modeling Additions (213) 860-9106 Framing Concrete: Finish WORK Work 2 Blocks East of 605 Freeway COUSIN JACK ' S MATTRESS AND FURNITURE 11929 Carson Street Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716 (213)860-6403 (714)522-4833 Focusing on ads ... Q C Q Home, Automotive. 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Roberta A, Aral. Shinichi Arboleda. Oanny Arce, Lucy Arcenas, Antoinette S. Arcenas, Maria A Archuletta, Michael N, Arechiga, Arturo Arechiga, Pedro ' ellano, Fernando llano, Jorge G. Arenas, FidelR, ' Argomaniz, Rosalina Anas, Robert ' Armentit, Ia.son Armenia, Timothy Arnold, Greg Arreola. Sergio Arrey. ' tTtcreso Arrieto. Arthur Arroyc. Martm Arzole. Lillian M AiTolo.PedroM. 85 i). ' J3 69 3 04 69 9 06 68 n 07 69 5 10 68 : 04 ea 8 24 66 85 12 24 66 87 S 31. 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Tangella Asuncion, TeHieE. 87 12 06 68 84 5 25 66 40.42.114 Ausbrooks. Christina 86 12 30 67 Avalos, Arnold 84 12 03 65 127 Avalos, L Rkky 84 3 16 66 115 Avalos. Lauro 87 10 21 69 171 Aveiar. Amelia C. 86 12 31 67 157 Avila. Denise A. 87 2 04 69 171 Avila. Lorenzo 85 9 21 67 25. 56. 57. 142 Avila. Mart:ela 87 2 22 69 171 AvUez. Sai L 85 4 10 67 142 Axton. Robert M. 86 1 14 68 85, 157 Ayers. Betty I Ayers. Wilfiam 85 2 08 67 142 87 12 28 68 58, 171 Ayres. Richard 87 7 29 69 68, 171 Azucenas. Jeffrey V. 85 1 28 67 Babb, Klmbca A. Babb. Nancy M. Babcock, LniUe Baca, Esther N. | Badovinac, Amy L. Baeza, Patricia Baeza, Rosa Bagaygay, Ethel G Bagaygay. )annene G. Basaygay, Rene Bailey. Charles P Baker. Rachael Baklcer, Mark A, Balacy. lulio BaUanado. Ray D. Bales. Steven R. Balicanla. Nemesia H. Baltazar, NJnoR. Banh. Cuong Banuelos, Gustavo Banuelos. Susan BaraJas, Mario Baraias. Victor M. Barden. Larry M. Harden, Valerto M. Barger. Robert f. Bames, Lloyd L. Barrera, Oscar A. Barrett. Sean A. Barron. Ronald F Barrows, Alvino Bartoiome, Melissa Bastlio. Susan Bass. Bryan K. Bass, Darin N Bass. Wayne Baty. Wifliam Bautiita, Ahrln Beadle. Catherine A. Becerra, Luis Beewn, Kyle Bell. Dana A. Be lie w. Jeffrey P. Benavides. Eleanor Benavidez. Elizabeth Benham. Casey L. Bennett. Catherine Bennett, Neil Benson, |ason H. Benson, Justin Benson, Rodney R. Bergman. Sue A. Bemal, lessica Bemal Rosamaria Bemstebi, Karen L. Berthon, Jean C. Bess, Douglai L Biffi, Lisa Billman, Karen A. Bjork. Lisa M. Biomsen. Kathtine Blabon. Anthony J. Black Cindy L. Black Tonya akeney. Michael }. filiceney. Sheila L. ' Blasmi Luis Bohannon, Michael W. Bonar, Darryl D, Bone, Alan G Book. Tammy L, Boolen. Scott A, Bouma, Michael j, Bowcutt. Shelley L. Boyd. Barbara A. Bracamonlt, Alicia L. Bracamonte. Rodolfo Bradbum, Kevin L. Bradsbaw. Carol A. Bradshaw. Kenneth Branham, Adam P. Brazil, Joseph N Brooks. Danielle V Brooks. Renee R Brown. Darryl Brown. Gailene Brown. Gregory A Brown, Samora Brown. Scott D. Brown, TamilynS Brown. Todd A. Bnjckman, Michelle R 84 7 13 66 . 87 8 21 68 ;,M 6 16 66 1 13 68 2 02 66 2 13 67 1 25 69 11 30 68 4 09 68 3 19 67 3 20 69 4 16 66 9 08 67 8 20 68 7 27 68 4 02 69 12 01 68 7 06 69 10 03 66 2 10 66 9 01 65 1 05 67 7 30 66 9 11 69 11 01 69 2 19 66 9 01 68 6 24 68 10 18 67 8 13 66 3 25 67 4 20 69 5 11 67 5 22 69 7 04 68 3 10 69 8 23 69 8 21 66 2 13 68 1 27 68 3 09 68 9 14 66 5 28 66 12 27 68 11 10 69 12 30 67 12 13 67 9 16 68 7 20 67 9 19 67 12 08 67 12 01 66 7 10 68 4 23 67 7 22 69 6 30 88 60.61 44.69 142 9. 131, 145 115 157 72, 86, 99, 171 145 115 69.74,75. 110. 113. 115 54.83,115 145, 239 104 171 171 145 25. 171 :1 27, 115 ■ 157 157 85, 157 171 115 30.40,43. 89, IKl 115 Bnink. Vincent J. Brywjn, Susotte A. Bucci, Karen L. Bugay. Daniel Bugay. Janet Bugay, |r. FoUan S. Bumcrot. Kimberly A. Bumpers, Randy E. Bunn, MaiBhall H. Bunton, Jen L. Burgonio, Alexis F. Buigonlo, Antoinette M. Burrell, Scott Burton. 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LiUia Cartllo, Maria Q, Castillo. Martha Castillo. Raul Castillo. Vincent Castro. Cynthia Castro, Maria B Castro, Maria L. Castro, Maria T. I. Raymund il. Melissa A .„. Jocelyn t erteza, Raymond Cesena, Christine M CfaaBIn, Saundri K, Chaldei,IahnH Chamberlain, James D, Chang. Fang-Ming Chang. Heng Ming F, Chang. Hyo (James) Chang, Kyeong Ml Jn l hang, Su Wen Susan Chang, Tson (JohnnyJ t haparo. Joan R. Chapman, Ryan Lee Chapman, Tammy Chnrei.Allcl«M. Chavei. AmoM G. Chavez. (Carlos Chavez, Carol Chavez. Elena Chavez, lesus 1, Gfaavez. Loanies IC Char J. Chhuen Chea, Pheng Eng El Cheatham, Frank E. Chen, Chien-Chin C, Chen, Hsueh-Ming S. Chen, Hui-Cheng 85 5 05 66 145 84 5 30 66 116 86 12 04 67 158 87 3 13 69 58. 69, 73 86 9 09 68 18, 158 84 12 20 65 116 87 12 18 68 171 84 10 23 65 116 87 4 19 69 85 11 10 67 145 85 9 11 67 145 84 10 21 66 116 87 12 07 68 84 5 20 66 116 87 2 09 68 87 11 27 69 86 10 31 68 60,158 85 6 25 87 145 85 2 23 67 25, 145 2 24 69 8 03 68 7 09 87 3 07 86 85 87 12 26, 84 87 85 84 85 87 85 86 85 86 87 85 85 85 87 86 84 87 87 87 87 85 87 85 84 84 85 86 84 85 84 86 87 84 87 87 4 10 65 8 11 69 3 30 67 5 17 66 2 18 69 3 27 68 9 01 67 9 19 68 1 30 67 9 17 68 9 26 68 84 11 15 65 84 1 10 66 84 11 12 64 3 14 69 7 28 66 5 28 67 84 11 28 66 85 11 02 67 85 4 10 67 5 05 67 1 29 69 6 15 68 2 26 66 85 10 22 66 85 11 15 67 1 01 69 8 18 68 2 07 69 2 03 66 7 20 67 1 07 69 10 08 67 6 24 66 11 08 68 11 30 66 87 11 21 68 87 2 13 69 5 06 67 4 17 68 2 07 68 9 12 68 1 11 67 8 22 65 1 03 66 3 20 67 8 14 67 1 27 66 86 11 29 68 87 12 27 68 2 29 68 7 18 66 87 10 13 68 85 7 21 67 84 11 20 65 87 6 20 68 7 06 67 l Oe 68 12 22 68 11 19 69 8 08 66 84 10 10 60 85 7 19 66 7 18 67 4 10 69 6 18 68 1 04 66 2 01 68 5 23 68 84 8 29 66 85 10 22 67 85 11 18 67 4 01 66 4 18 66 1 07 68 9 20 89 87 11 24 69 86 10 13 68 85 7 30 67 88 7 26 67 ,8» ll 03 6f »» ' je 12 J 84 8 14) 86 11 27 67 86 10 10 68 87 « 2« 69 86 3 14 68 86 10 13 66 158 lie 127 40, 1 5 4 116,131 40, 158 S 56, 158 40, 116 , 40, 145 19, 158 59 158 ii 1167 14 23; 4W42,43,; it! jm A Chen, Hung-Hwei 87 11 02 68 Davis, ierry L. Davis. Marcello E. 87 9 24 68 Chen. |en C.(leffl Chen, Shlh-Vim 86 7 02 68 85 1 04 67 85 12 28 66 146 Davis. Nathaniel 86 9 04 68 Chen, Shu-Huei 86 12 16 66 158 Davis. Sandra 87 10 27 68 Chen, Yueh-Yun Mel 84 3 18 66 tl7, 145 Davii,TInaM. 84 1 01 66 64.117 Chemey, Kenneth E. 86 12 13 66 158 Dawes, Roger De Armond. Deena L. 87 7 24 69 58 Chemey, William ;. 87 11 02 68 86 9 26 68 159 Cheung, Charles |. Chew, Howard R. 87 1 24 69 De Leon. Cristina 86 6 26 68 159 85 9 22 67 146 Deas,MayreE. Deas. Paul 84 12 10 65 117 Chew, Roberta A. 84 6 02 66 40, 42, 117 85 5 11 67 40. 146 Chhor, Kim Hong 86 12 24 68 Oeaton. Amy C. 85 10 31 67 146 Chhun, Serey V. 86 8 10 68 Deaton. Timothy S. 87 5 12 69 Chhun, Thavry 85 4 04 ee Delahunty. Gary 85 6 27 67 146 Chiba, Shigemi 86 1 09 67 Deleon. Diana 85 1 11 67 146 Chin, Chih-Yang 88 2 18 68 Dclk. Russell D. 86 9 10 68 169 Cho, Jeh Yeon Cho.VoungHui 85 9 25 65 131, 146 Delossantos, Jesse R. 85 3 04 67 84 1 11 66 117 Delossantos, PeMi R. Demone, Tracy D. 87 8 24 69 t B Choe, Donny Mofc 87 3 28 69 40 87 3 09 69 39 Choi. Brian 86 1 12 68 Dena. Martin C. 87 12 12 68 Choi, lung Woo 87 2 19 89 Denham. Jeffery A, 87 6 28 69 86 " Jt! m ' Chon,Juani{a Chorale. Melanie 87 8 20 69 Denman. Shawn L. 85 8 22 67 159 V i!jlP ' 86 10 11 68 Destories, Andrea 84 2 14 66 Chou. Yu-Line 85 9 07 65 146 Deyoe. James D. 87 1 03 6 9 58. 59 ' 60. 61. 66, ' 99 Christensen, Linda L. 86 8 25 67 169 Deyoe.iohn S Dezso. Steven A, 85 1 05 67 52. 54, 146 Christensen IV, )ay M. 87 12 31 68 40 85 7 12 66 100. 102. 159 Chung. Chen-l 87 6 17 69 Dias. Catherine 85 6 14 67 25. 69. 90. 100, 146 Chung. Ming Chae Chiiicbm,iam 87 9 20 67 Diaz. Abel 87 5 26 68 84 7 06 66 117, 131 Dill, Robert 85 4 20 66 146 Chjr, Ktanchhay S. 84 2 02 65 117 Dimalanta. Michael ]. 86 8 13 68 Clamor, Fay L. 84 10 31 66 40,43,117 Dingess, Amber M, Do, Phuong Viet 87 11 05 69 Clark, Curtis C. 87 2 06 69 58 86 3 01 68 Clark. Delores 87 5 09 69 DoJDavldlFhucViet 84 1 11 65 117 Clark. Kimberly D. 87 6 06 69 Domingo, Cannencita 87 10 06 68 Clark, TtBany A. 84 6 30 66 29, 32, 117 DomJiuuex, Loretia Donaldson, Denise 84 1 23 66 117 Claro, Alfredo 87 12 10 68 86 4 29 68 Cleaver Jr , Wesley R. 87 8 20 69 Dose, Edward A. 88 1 06 68 159 Clemmer, Bryan L. 88 11 08 67 Douglas, Marc D. 87 9 02 69 Cobo. Maximilian W. 84 5 16 65 117 Doumad, Barbara S. 85 7 07 67 117, 146 Cobos. Cloria A 86 12 06 65 Dowell, Ben L. 86 8 13 68 Cobos,Sandni 85 11 30 67 146 Draffen. James 87 12 11 69 146 Coelho. Joseph CoBswell, hiUenne Coleman, Barbara K 85 2 25 67 25, 146 Dnskel, Johji E 67 5 15 69 86 7 08 68 25 Duarte, Charlene D. 84 7 05 66 87 8 21 69 Dubin, Mandy L. 86 4 17 68 40. 44. 159 Collette, Michelle 86 4 30 68 159 Duckworth, Darren 66 7 26 67 Collier, Vicki L 88 9 20 68 159 Duda, Rebecca M. 85 6 10 67 147 Collins. Cynthia C. 86 9 16 68 159 Duncan, Timothy 86 4 16 68 Colton. Ava R. 87 12 31 68 40 Ounn, Sean E. 85 7 18 67 Colton, Clarence 86 12 10 67 Dunn. Tyrone W. 86 12 07 67 56 Comh ScottA. 84 5 20 66 54. 117 Dunn U. William H. 85 10 12 67 Clomes, Lisa A 85 9 08 67 Duong. Hung Anh 66 5 02 68 Canli«rai,AiiiuM. 84 6 27 66 117 Dupard, Dametrius 87 7 26 69 Conlmat, Carol L 84 6 07 66 11 7 Dupuy, Tammy R. 85 12 06 67 69. 74, 75, Cootreras, Ernest III 87 1 21 69 88. 89, 00, 147 Contreras, Margarita 86 7 06 66 169 Ouran, Laura 85 5 12 67 Contreras, Mona L. 86 6 19 67 Duran, Rene D. 86 10 18 67 56. 57, 99. 159 Contreras, Susana 86 3 20 68 Dnrfee, Robert A. 87 2 27 89 CoofcCharlesR 88 6 24 68 159 Dye, David S 86 4 11 68 104 Cook, Rene L 87 9 10 69 (hooper. Lisa D. 86 4 04 68 159 f .■ Copeland, Robert 85 1 04 67 60. 146 Cordova, Jeffrey A. Cordova, Jennifer A. 86 12 25 67 159 j m f-l 87 9 13 69 H Comejo. Vivian E. 85 3 21 67 148 J-J Corona, Eileen J. 84 12 18 65 Corona. Rosario 85 8 01 67 159 Eang. Sokimna 88 10 10 68 159 Corrales, Benny Corrales. Joseph 84 3 02 66 Earnest. Erin M 87 5 12 69 86 11 13 68 169 East. Azalia W 86 10 25 67 159 Cortes, Sylvia 84 6 23 66 117 Eckroad, Melissa D, 86 9 06 68 38. 91, 159 Cosio, Stephen E. 87 12 01 69 Edholm. Scott A- 86 3 19 68 102. 159 Costa, Stacey 85 1 26 67 89 Edholm. Venetta L. 86 3 19 68 159 Cota, Jennie V, 87 1 16 69 Edmontlson. Gary D. 86 11 30 68 40, 117, 159 Cottle, Ricki G, ■ ' «} 86 4 24 68 84 5 12 66 40 Cousineau, Lee A. 85 9 18 66 Eliopulos. Constantino D. 86 8 14 67 60,63. 159 Cousineau. Tod 87 2 10 69 Elliott, Marchand 86 3 25 68 Cowell, Sean 87 11 12 69 40 Enfield. Ste J. 84 11 04 65 117 ■■ ' ■ ' ' Cox. Brian 85 11 16 67 85 5 01 67 147 Cox, Wesley A. 86 1 21 66 159 Bscandon, Diana B. 85 1 24 67 147 .. CradJer. Shawana D. 85 8 30 66 146 Esparza Jr., Luis 86 1 02 68 159 Craig, Kenneth J. 85 10 16 67 146 Espinoza, Eileen F, 87 7 26 69 ■ Crawford, ako 87 3 19 69 Espy,Travon 87 1 20 70 Crawford, arvis 85 6 02 67 Esteban, Ronaldo 86 4 14 62 Crawford, Scott 86 8 30 67 159 Estrada, Alicia 86 12 25 67 159 Cromwell Christopher Cropley. Darren M 86 2 16 68 159 Estrada, Jose M. Estrada, Laura E. 86 6 19 68 159 ::■ 85 12 14 66 54,156 87 1 01 69 Craxen, lady L. Crozer, Scott C. 85 8 27 37 146 Estrada. Mark 86 4 11 67 86 2 24 68 156 Estrada, Ray A. 85 8 03 67 100, 147 Cruz, Rodolfo 87 7 04 68 Estrada. Raymond Jr. 87 5 24 69 58 Cuellar.NadineM. 85 11 22 67 117 Estrada. Rosa 87 8 18 69 Cueto, Susan A. 85 8 21 67 146 Estrada. Steven 85 2 04 67 27, 54, 147 Cueva, Francisca »5 K m He 146 Eurasquin. Wanda 87 8 02 69 Cueva, Lydia T. Cureton. Wesley A. 87 6 29 69 Evans. John P. 87 10 26 69 67 10 08 69 Evans. Stacey 86 1 18 68 Cm-nek, John M. Czemek, Laura 84 5 04 66 87 8 08 69 Czemek, Stanley 85 11 26 67 %s- „ , D D ' Asero. Frande A. Daboub, Alvaro G, Daboub. Claudia |. Dahdui. Nasser A. R. Daniels, Danny A. Datcher, Michael Davenport Carla DavidJoo, Ralph Davidson, Jonathan Davidson, Michael Davfdaon, Randolph L. Davfcbon. Steven M. Davila, Stephen A. Davis. Carolvn Davis. Daniel Davia Diana L. Davis. Jayme 86 7 07 66 159 86 6 30 67 4 19 69 159 87 85 6 20 67 54. 146 86 5 07 68 85 8 10 67 68.146 87 1 21 68 3 85 3 16 67 146 87 9 20 69 60 88 9 15 68 15,60,61,63 84 2 12 66 60.63 84 2 02 66 83,117 85 4 28 67 146 85 2 14 67 85 12 18 66 85 12 18 66 .148 87 3 02 69 10 Fabi, Jocelyn G. Fairbanks, Eric B. Fajardo, Aura S. Faiardo. Jorge A. Fajardo, Martha T. Fan,Yi-Un Fang, Chien-Wen Fassett, Christopher Faust, Ralph T. Feld, April K. Fernandez, Ponhawaddey Fernandez, Theresa M, Ferri, John C. Fieretein, Charles B, Fietzek, Lisa M, Fletzek, Paul E, Figueroa, Anthony Figueroa, Dolores Figueroa, Joaeph S. Figueroa, Mary L. ■j 2 19 69 85 7 30 67 147 84 4 27 65 117 86 10 13 66 169 84 2 26 64 117 84 4 17 66 117 86 5 08 68 84 7 19 66 26. 117 86 3 24 69 159 87 4 08 69 87 6 12 69 87 5 06 69 87 10 09 69 86 1 21 68 159 87 3 07 69 84 12 23 65 117 86 7 21 68 86 9 09 68 159 84 8 18 66 117 86 9 01 68 160 Finieioa. Wilfred Fisher. Danny M. Fisher. Kimberly K. Fisher, Ronald Fitzgearrald, Bradley Fitzgerald, Felton M, Flatley, Mary Fletcher, Mario M. Flett. Christine S. Flores, loel Flore5,}ose Flores, Marco A. Flores. Martin Flores. Mel P. Floras, Konald D. Flores, Sergio H. Flower. Ronald Flowers, Patricia A. Flynn. Alexandra K. Forchione. Korey J. Ford. Ralph L. Forfar, Janice Fortin. Florabel Foater. Daniel A. Foster. Denise Fouquette, Darren J. Foumler, Chrtetine A. Fox, Darrcll Franco, Andreana Franco, George Franco, Richard ), Franklin, Jamaa Franklin, Kymberly Franklin, Jr. William K. Franks, Natalie A. French Jennifer Frofalich, Mariano Fu. Hsueh-Ling FuenteciUa, Rosalinda F. Fullen. Tiffany R, Fulop, Michael Furnish, Dennis A. 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Teresa 86 10 15 67 160 Garbalosa. Vivian 86 3 15 68 Garcia. Abel J. 66 11 24 67 18,160 Garcia. Andrews. 86 8 29 68 160 Garcia. Anita 85 10 10 67 40. 147 Garcia, Armando 87 6 15 68 Garcia. Arthur 86 11 23 67 169 Garcia. Dawn 85 12 05 66 Garcia. Denise 86 10 20 67 Garcia. Frank 85 11 27 66 iGarda, Isadora HI 84 9 14 66 118. 134 Garcia, asonW. 87 10 28 69 Garcia, immyM. Garcia, LennettC. 84 2 13 66 118 85 11 30 67 147 Gait:la, Lisa R. 84 6 02 66 29. 118 Garcia, Marcy A. 87 4 27 68 Garcia. Maria E. 87 1 23 69 174 Garcia. Maribe! R. 86 1 18 68 160 Garcia, Maricela 84 10 26 66 118 Garcia. Marisa 87 8 15 69 174 Garcia, Maritza 86 6 03 67 147. 160 Garcia, Mellnda A. 84 5 19 66 40. 118 Garcia. Pauline 86 11 29 68 160 Garcia. Sandra L, 85 7 07 67 147 Garcia, William 84 11 26 65 Gardner, Bruce T. 85 10 31 67 Gardner. James 86 8 13 68 Gardner. Ronald D, 87 1 12 69 160 Gairiab, Lucille 84 8 04 66 .118 Garxison, Robert 85 5 21 67 69. 147 Garske, Garry L 85 4 11 67 147 Garske Jr., Robert K 84 3 26 66 118 Gar a, James A. Gana, Jeffrey 86 12 02 67 160 84 1 10 66 40.118 Gastelum, Claudia J. 86 1 25 69 160 Castelimi. Edna V, 85 1 29 67 Gawer. Cheryl 87 11 04 68 174 Gawer. Daniel 85 1 13 67 54.147 Gebrosky.WayneA 86 4 02 68 160 Geist. Laura 88 8 24 66 Giacomi, Steven G. 85 3 24 67 147 Gil. Janet 85 3 19 67 147 Gil. Ramon 86 2 02 68 160 Gmiam.Andrealynn 84 V2O 66 118 Gineris. Gregory 85 11 05 67 80 Glass, Charles H. 85 7 22 67 147 Goelz,RonnH. 84 7 01 65 127 Coins. Michele 87 9 14 69 76. 99. 174 Coins, Tr acy Gomez. Abel 84 12 22 65 118 87 11 29 68 Gomez, Irene 87 11 16 68 174 Gomez, oige 85 12 10 65 147 Gomez, ose 86 7 22 67 160 Gomez, oseG. Martha A. 87 9 26 68 174 Gomez. 86 10 17 67 160 Gomez, Victor 87 11 29 68 174 Gonzales. Asuncion 89 8 15 86 147 Gonzales, Gerardo 87 11 26 68 174 Gonzale s, GuiUermo 85 8 30 65 147 1 : , 66 na ■i-i s 24 ee 40.46.116 36 12 24 65 66 ii 02 «a m 3 11 65 111 87 4 30 69 lao SV 6 05 69 37 3 31 68 M 5. ' 07. ' 6ii 127 S ' i 9 28 66 lie SS tV 16 67 161 M» ' - S8 1 18 63 161 " j ' ;f 86 7 01 68 16 ' . r. jVj 36 11 03 68 66,99.161 HpR ;)jj 86 9 09 68 56. 161 ; Oav ' id W 87 3 31 69 174 Grchant Guy W 12 31 66 40. 147 GrantJefT Gray. Brian C. M 6 13 66 82, 83, 118 »S 6 14 67 H IBH B Gray. Michael 86 3 14 68 : a H Gray. Rolland 87 6 15 69 itS HM Greaves. Ernest T. 68 5 08 68 161 Green. Sheila D. 8« 7 24 68 161 Greena, Kalhy A, 84 7 17 66 118 GroenleAf, Lisa 84 6 22 67 118 Greenwood, Michael L. 85 2 09 67 147 Grlebe, Geraldlne G. 87 12 23 68 174 Griebe. amieL. 85 9 13 67 Grltlon, acquellneM, 87 3 19 69 174 Grtnoii.Tei«MM. 84 7 14 66 110 Gross. Timothy W. 87 11 25 68 Guerra. Mary L. 85 5 15 66 Guerra. Nlclt 87 3 16 68 174 Guerrero. Gerl-Ann 87 12 27 68 174 Guflglana.Todd GuHo.SheUyL. 66 8 18 68 56. 82. 83. 99. 161 84 6 26 66 119 Guldotti, Charles 67 3 06 88 58. 60. 174 GnldoM, Cynthia M, 84 8 22 66 69.90,119 Guldom, LUa L. 86 2 14 68 91, 161 Gulza, Saul K 10 10 66 Gulllctaon. lason C. 67 2 28 68 119. 161 Gluil ,Culiiii 84 6 24 66 119 Gunno«, Victor 87 4 18 68 Gumey, Derek 87 3 04 68 Guthery, Mlchele M. 85 12 02 87 89 Gutierrez, Balblna 84 9 13 65 119 Gutierrez. Estela 85 8 09 67 68.89 Gutierrez, loseflna 87 9 06 68 174 Gutierrez, loseph 87 1 12 69 174 Gutierrez. Margot Guzman. Martha 85 6 14 67 87 10 61 69 174 Guzman, Silvia 87 9 12 68 174 H Ha, Thuan Due Hackett, Stacey Lynn Hallar. Ali Haljar. Zayneb Hales, Ross Hall. Kimberly H U,M nhaw Hall. Valerie K. Hell, William Halloran, Heather A. Ham, Debbie Hun. n-Kyu Ham, lane ]. Hain lung C. lohn M. ■ Bill RhoBiUA, Han. Hyun Sun San Han. Wonschlck Hanna. Ten L. Huiium.CoDni«L. H«iiMn,D vl lM. Hansen, Terry M. HaruoQ, Kierslin A. Huuon. 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Remon 66 9 14 6 " Ifil Hernandez, Susan a R, 87 5 24 69 175 Hernandez, Tina S. 87 5 04 69 175 Herrera, iana M, 86 5 09 68 161 HerT«ra,Marf[oL 84 3 26 66 120 Herrera, Marnn ] 87 7 14 69 175 Hert CUfford 87 1 28 69 175 Herzberg, Aimee L 87 5 31 69 175 Henhtrr . LUa K. 84 4 13 66 118 Hinio, Emraalyn Y 85 6 10 67 Hinostroza. Francine M. 87 11 16 66 76.91 Hiu. Hong Ky Ho, Bing- long Le Hoadley. Gerald W. 65 10 07 66 148 86 7 06 66 14(1 84 9 19 68 118 HofEslatter, Bobbie L. 87 10 16 69 91.175 Hol Uiner, Candy h. 84 4 17 66 118 Hoffstatter, Vickie L 85 5 15 67 148 Hofmann, Sanford 86 4 19 68 56. 161 Hoieman, Thomas ! 85 6 25 67 148 Holmes, [ames L. 87 7 07 68 175 Holmes, jerfv L. Holnies. William 87 12 15 68 175 85 1 30 67 148 Honiere8.PeteE. 87 12 16 68 175 Hong, Grace Hae Ky 86 10 13 67 148 TMIlHiififlnBnHpftwiM 85 2 16 67 pgH SBS Ki. 87 0 28 69 175 hXI " " - 87 1 28 69 86 10 01 67 Horejsi. Rebecca S. ■■■ ' ss 2 06 67 148 Hoth. Martin L. 87 1 22 69 176 Houser. Mark A. 86 5 02 68 Howard. Sharron 86 5 14 68 161 Hoyer. Sinetla 85 10 31 67 34 ' Hsiao. Hui-Chen 85 10 14 65 HdunftAlexV. 85 2 25 67 Hsu. ■fti-Ung Huang. Chi-Ming 85 85 2 21 86 3 08 67 148 Huang. Chien-I 86 9 03 68 Huang. Huiy-Ling 86 3 07 67 Hudguis. Pamela A, 85 6 06 67 148 Huff Kelly A. HuJf, Kimberly S 85 12 08 66 86 10 04 88 Huff, Miles 1 87 11 22 89 175 Hughes, Jeanie F, Huizar, Baldomero 86 12 26 67 161 84 12 16 65 118 Hulzar. Gilbert 86 11 16 68 161 Htiizar. Roselva 86 6 07 67 161 Hulse, Herbert L 86 2 28 68 181 Html. Shawnanada M 87 6 12 69 175 Hurley. |effery V 87 1 01 69 175 Hurlado. Jorge Hurtado Maria E. 85 6 18 67 148 66 3 28 68 180 Hurtado. Victor R. 87 12 12 66 175 Huston, Lisa E. 84 4 10 66 lie Huynh. Ann V 86 9 01 69 160 Huynh. Hung V. Hyatt, Daniel L. 86 10 29 67 84 7 18 66 118 Iurewicz, Thomas ustice, Sonja La Sha 86 7 07 68 85 1 05 67 148 K Ibarra, Adam Ibarra, Angelita Ibarra, lose M. Ibarra, Maria Ibarra, Ricardo Ibarra, Ronaldo Immerman. Richard Ines, Charlea V. Islas. 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Christine 64 4 10 66 46. 45. 120 Kim, Chin Hong 85 2 25 67 146 Kim, Chul Dong 87 2 13 68 176 Kim, Euy-Iln 84 10 08 86 Kim, Hong Kl 84 10 11 65 118 Kim, Hyo-Soon 84 » M a5 116 Kim, Hyim (Dave) »4 m 182 Kim, loseph Joo H. Kim. Key Yup 84 87 8 19 69 17«- Kim. Laura 85 1 29 66 146 Kim. Monica 87 4 15 68 176 Kim. Phillip 86 1 08 67 162 Kim. Si Hyon Kim. Soo f. 86 12 12 66 162 86 1 17 68 162 Kim. Sun Kyung Su 85 3 17 67 148 Kim. Susanna 85 2 14 67 KIm.TaeUn 86 8 29 67 Sim, Yoo Kyong 84 7 12 65 120 Kim, Yu Yong 86 J 22 6J King, Sharon 85 11 02 67 40 KinyonjChristopher Kitchell. Penny K. 66 3 08 68 162 87 3 14 69 176 Klzzee. Richard 65 1 10 87 25. 56. 148 Kleinhans.ChallsK, 67 5 18 69 176 Kllngelser, Karen M 5 14 86 127 Knott. |ohn T 85 11 01 66 148 Knotts. Charles W 87 3 23 68 167 Knotts. Mary H. 87 5 31 60 167 Knutzon, Todd 86 7 26 66 1| Ko. Yoon Hee 86 3 05 67 W Kolnzan. fAhn D. 84 1 09 66 ?121 Koops. Roger Lee Ku. Ruen-Chie 84 85 9 13 66 5 18 66 ' 121 Kuan. Yun Haing 85 10 16 66 148 Kuan. Yun Ting -.•:■ 87 12 06 68 Kuo. Chlen Hung 66 6 23 68 162 Kuo. Ming Fan 66 6 04 68 Kurtz. Litida R. 85 4 22 67 148 Kurtz. Merlon (Doug) 66 11 15 68 Kwon. Young Iim 66 2 29 68 Ladleu, Leonard 84 9 13 66 121 T Ut, Hsin-Min 87 11 03 69 1 Lakeman, Leeny 85 7 15 67 1 Lamas, lames Lanes, bmbarly 67 1 28 69 56. 176 J 84 3 10 66 121 ackson. Mark 85 8 10 65 25. 148 Lance, Randy L Landeros, Klchard L. 86 2 17 68 ackson. Peter D. 87 5 26 69 175 86 12 30 67 ackson. Phillip 88 2 17 68 60.162 Langworih, Denise M. 87 3 17 68 176 acobs, loseph A. 87 9 15 68 175 Lara, Denises D 87 12 02 69 176 Bcobs. Shannon M. 84 8 06 66 50. 54. 120 Lara, Eduardo 87 10 26 89 176 acobaon. Lvnn M en. Lien-Cneng 66 5 17 67 182 Lara. Francisco 66 3 20 67 86 4 14 68 182 Larson. Kimberly K. 84 12 28 65 121 ewelLGaryR. 85 12 01 66 40. 146 Lau, Kenneth A. 84 2 17 66 ewell Robert 86 2 06 68 56. 182 Lau. Michael 86 10 07 68 imenez. Michelle D. 86 11 14 68 182 Laurvano. Shirley La%vTence, Angela M. 64 5 31 67 121 Imenez. Bahrador 87 5 02 69 175 84 9 02 8S ' 121 imenez. Vincent 88 10 29 66 26. 162 Lawrence. Margaret I- Lawrence. Nicole Z. 86 9 15 86 imeno, Don A. «7 6 26 69 175 87 9 17 69 176 iraslrinuphan,jirBnhQn« Iraslrinuphan. Phichit 84 12 15 66 120 Laws. Fiona % 1 14 67 148 87 9 13 80 Lews. Mark 88 11 25 67 0. Eun A. 88 7 20 66 162 Lay. Leslie 86 2 24 68 a, Eun [In SjIaeHyun 66 2 12 67 131,148 Le, Dong V, U. KhJ Bruce 84 9 04 66 127 87 3 21 69 as 1 19 66 149 ohnson, Ben 85 9 02 67 148 Le. Phuoc Tht ga 10 02 64 ohnaon, Darrin R. 85 2 10 68 162 Lft True Van M 1 01 68 127 Dhiuaii,Datyl8. 84 B 26 ee 120 U. Vinh Vlnoont 88 6 18 87 ohnson, Douglas M. 87 4 27 69 LBnare.[a«Blr. Le Flore. Joseph Le Flore. William R. 84 1 18 M 121 ohnson. Jeimy A. ohnaon. Kimberly G. 84 1 29 66 40. 120 86 6 27 67 86 1 09 68 162 «7 11 12 69 176 ohnson. Lorri 85 6 27 67 28. 29. 148 Laach, Floyd Leach. Gall Yvonne 84 11 28 66 127 (dauoD, Lud A. 84 4 28 66 5, 120, 131. 234 86 12 00 66 ohnson, Patrick G. 88 11 23 67 162 Ledbetter. }a2on 87 4 03 69 ohnson, Sheryll 87 6 06 69 175 Ledesma. Ignacio 87 7 31 68 olly.KalaM. 88 11 12 66 162 Lee, David SS e SO 67 ones, Lovie E. 87 9 08 89 175 Loo,ErlcksonY. 84 5 04 65 121 ones, Terri L. 68 2 17 68 Lee, Grace Yon So 87 2 07 69 176 ones, Thomas 86 4 22 83 66. 162 LM,HantBak L«e,HaSiyun IU 84 7 27 66 ones. Ir., Clyde W. 85 2 16 67 40. 146 84 10 21 65 ortjuez, Frank V. 87 6 25 60 176 Lee, Henry 87 1 01 69 176 oiquez. Nine M. 87 9 10 68 176 Lae, fas Still 84- 9 18 66 121 LI m Lee. jo-Hyun Los, MlChuog 86 84 3 09 67 9 23 64 Maiquez, Nadlne Marr, Karen Lynn 84 6 25 66 66 7 24 67 91.106. 121 Muse, Danielle Muth.RanD 86 84 11 21 67 12 10 66 31.164.218 Lee. Ml Sun 84 9 23 67 127 Marrs. Chandra 87 6 09 69 177 Myllo, Charlene 87 12 31 66 177 Lee. Mina 87 11 01 68 Marts. Terry 85 3 18 67 149 Lee. Piper 94 6 14 65 121 Martin. David 87 9 17 69 Lee. Sang-Yong 87 3 02 69 jMILl.. Martinez. Angel 85 6 20 67 149 Lee. Sung Bok 85 11 21 67 sB sSMi Martinez. Bertha 86 4 26 67 149. 177 ■ L T Le«,Yoiig Jenny 84 12 28 64 121 ■■■ : - ' Sfc. Martinez. Carmen 85 4 02 67 68.90.91. 149 l Lee. Yon-Sik 87 4 18 69 Martmez. Christina 87 10 19 68 149 Leebura. Jamie A. Leigh, Ifussell P 84 12 11 65 89. 90. 106. 121 Martinez, Donna 87 9 22 69 86 7 01 68 Martinez, Eslela 85 3 07 67 149 Na,YongSin 84 12 12 65 122 ;I«llolr, Andrea D. 84 7 04 66 121 Martinez. acobA. 85 1 11 67 149 Naiera. Paul 85 9 27 67 150 |Lean. Rebecca 86 4 03 67 Martinez, aime Martinez, Kristi L, 87 4 24 68 Najm, Ibrahim 34 8 28 67 9.54.99.122. 134 ,239 Loenardo. Zeus 86 1 28 68 87 2 08 69 Napier. Leslie 86 2 09 68 164 Leonen. Regina j cher. Allen 85 1 08 65 149 Martinez. Linda 87 12 31 68 Nasu. Eric 67 8 11 69 40.177 85 12 02 67 40. 149 Martinez, Linda 84 4 23 66 34. 122 Neva, Elmelda 84 11 11 65 122 Levario. Mario F. 87 5 29 66 176 Martinez, Luis M. 84 11 11 65 122 Nava, Rita 86 5 06 68 164 Latoli.SarahA. 84 3 04 66 40. 42. 121 Martinez. Margie 86 4 29 68 3. 66. 76. 77. Navarro, Irene 87 4 24 69 177 Uang. Yu-Pei 88 2 09 84 91, 163, 219 Navarro, Oliberto 86 11 04 68 164 Llcon, Alfredo 86 2 06 67 Martinez. Martha 86 8 31 67 163 Navarro, Sandra 87 6 15 69 Licon, Miguel 87 8 05 68 176 Martinez, Raymond 85 6 28 87 83 Nazarowski, Joseph 86 5 21 68 60. 164 . Lien. Chen 85 6 30 67 Martinez. Richard 87 8 20 68 Neal. Robin Ann 87 11 19 69 ; L Uen,Lln 84 8 10 65 121 Martinez, RoMrio 84 3 06 63 Neff. Jonell Ten-i 85 7 03 67 25. 151) fc|k Lim. Kun Young in. Bor-Hsiu Rob 85 10 27 65 Martinez, William 86 10 05 66 80.163 Nevares, Lori 87 7 21 69 177 T; s«.- 86 6 24 68 Martinusen, David R. 85 1 05 67 40. 149 Nevel Amber 86 11 10 68 164 Lin. Cheng Fon 87 3 08 68 Martinusen. Michelle M. 86 4 03 68 40. 163 Newbill. Angela 86 6 08 68 164 Lin. I.Cheng Lin. Ming-Chang 87 12 08 67 Maruoka, Tamaki 85 3 15 67 150 Newbill. Terry Newmoo 01. John 87 8 09 69 31.46.177.202 87 12 10 68 176 Mason, James D. 64 1 27 65 84 3 30 66 122 Lind. Paul 85 8 11 66 149. 230 Mata. Encamacion 87 8 15 69 Ng.TedLD. 64 2 06 64 122. 150 Llnd. Susan 86 3 04 68 40 Mala. Leticia 85 4 05 67 150 Ng. Tom Loon Tun 85 9 16 66 Linden. Bryan 86 4 20 69 Matos. Victor 87 8 23 69 58. 59. 72. 73. 172 Ngo, Huong 84 4 21 66 122 Litkei. Shawn J. 86 8 03 67 Matsumoto. Linda T. 87 9 20 69 39. 177 Nguyen. Ai 85 5 29 67 Liu. Ching Chuan 86 3 24 68 May. Clinton 85 9 17 67 150 Nichols. enniferL. 85 1 14 67 Liu. Wei-Chieh 86 9 13 68 May. Shane Andre 86 10 30 68 56. 85. 163 Nichols, ohnathan 87 4 18 69 Liu. Yueh-Chen 85 5 04 67 Mayes, Steven 87 6 08 69 177 Nichols. Noel Coy 87 11 09 69 40. 177 Lo Velere. Kim L. 86 9 18 68 McAndrew, Dennis 87 9 27 69 177 Nichols. Seth 87 6 26 66 177 Lobue, RusmU I 84 9 04 66 121 McCain, Eric 87 3 16 69 Nielsenjoel Nilien, llniothy 85 8 19 67 Lomeli. David 87 11 08 69 Mclntyre, Ernest 87 7 05 69 64 4 09 88 122 Long. Louis Vade 86 9 19 68 McMackin. John 87 10 07 69 Ninete, Clarissa 67 10 28 69 177 Long, Yen 84 8 18 64 121 McAdory, Jevonna McAfee, }abn L. 84 4 10 66 46. 122 Nino. Brenda 86 6 29 67 Loper. Tammy L. 85 11 04 67 149 84 8 19 66 66, 60, 92. 93. 122. 134 Nishimura, Kenji 86 7 01 66 164 Lopes. Christine 85 12 03 67 149 McAllister. Carrie 86 10 26 68 40. 43. 163 NoalLIohn Nold, Betty D. 84 11 22 64 122 Lopes. luli M, 86 6 24 68 McAllllter.WallacsS, 84 12 28 65 122 84 10 05 66 202 Lopez, Alejandro Lopez. Anthony C. Lopez, Carlo M. 86 3 03 68 McAllister, WUIiam 85 3 11 87 40. ISO Nold. Franklin 67 4 23 69 86 8 29 68 McCabe, Wayne A. 86 9 16 66 40 Nunez. Illiana 86 9 24 68 38. 157, 164. 199. 212 84 7 01 64 McCall, Larry 85 11 20 66 150 Nunez, Martha L. 87 7 31 69 Lopez. Cecilia M 85 6 06 66 149 McClain, Bridget 85 9 19 67 150. 210. 239 Nunez. Rosalba 87 8 21 68 Lopez, lacqueline 87 3 23 69 176 McCoy, Jeffrey McGill, Raymond McGraw, Chealey 85 6 26 66 150 Nuon. Savonn 85 1 04 67 150 Lopez, orge 84 «( 27 66 40. 121 64 11 21 66 122 Lopez, Manuel 1 87 i «8 69 58 65 5 06 67 Lopez. Maria D. 88 10 12 67 149 McGuire. lean McGuire. Vernon 86 11 21 68 40 Lopez, Maria E. 85 7 07 ee 149 86 7 06 67 f - Lopez, Raquel 87 3 21 69 176 Mcllvain. Sean 87 11 03 68 177 1 1 Lopez, Raul R |r 85 11 10 66 54 Mclntyre. Andy 85 12 02 67 40 V Lopez. Rosa M 87 10 28 68 i McKay. Janet A. McKay. Margie Medelez, Louis 66 5 31 68 66.164.219 Lopez, Sonia 86 5 20 67 86 12 16 66 150 O ' Brien. John 66 2 07 68 56. 92. 164. 196 Lopez, Sophia V, 86 3 26 68 87 7 20 69 O ' Conner. Sherry 66 4 29 68 165 Lopez de Arriaga. Ci jssandra66 10 27 67 40.45 Medina. Herhnda 87 1 01 70 177 Ottonnell. Robert T 85 12 17 65 150 Lopez de Arriaga. J iraeiL 84 4 21 88 127. 134 Medina. Senaida 86 3 01 68 Oconer, Donald P. 84 9 15 66 122 Loredo. Bertha 87 12 11 66 Medina. Tony 87 11 29 66 56. 164, 208 Oelachlaeger, Clayton 86 8 17 68 165 i Lolhyen, Nancy L. 87 4 04 69 MeJla.Herib irto 64 2 01 66 80, 122. 177 Ctalen,Kirk On,JaeHoon 87 12 21 68 Lotts, Unda L 85 12 21 65 149 Men. Sophan 85 4 03 64 150 84 8 10 65 113.122.212 S«M Loya. Victor A, 87 1 29 89 176 Mendez. Elisa 86 4 18 67 OKJae 86 8 15 67 165 M f! : Lozado, Rlcardo 64 8 01 65 54. 121 Mendez. Nanette 87 6 01 69 177 Ohayon. Isaac 85 12 21 66 99. 150 Lii,Ravy 84 12 05 65 64.121 Mendez. Sandra 85 8 28 67 150 Olague, Corine 84 6 30 66 122 Lu. Wang-Su S. 87 7 25 69 Mendoza. Frencine 87 2 09 68 177 Ohvas, Delia 87 9 04 69 Lua. Martin 88 8 17 67 Mendoza. Jesus Meraz, Yoianda 86 12 30 67 40 Oliver. Ammie 85 10 01 66 150 am Lua. Salomon 87 2 01 69 176 86 10 29 68 164 Oiler. Jesse 86 12 08 67 56. 165 % 9r Lubina, Anthony L) Lucero, MichaelA. r, 84 3 17 66 127 Mesa. Victor 87 4 09 69 OUen, Donald 84 5 08 66 122 J W 66 4 19 67 3 Meyer. Robert B, 87 10 10 69 177 ' ' -i " Omelas. Luis 87 2 28 69 Luczko. Stephanie 87 3 23 69 25. 176 Meyer. Wendy M, Mlckle. Danielle 86 8 30 68 36. 184. 196 Ometas. Mercedes 85 9 16 67 aB HBB UL Ludrick, Susan H. 85 8 13 67 149 84 9 27 85 122 Orozco. Esteban 87 2 18 69 m " Luedtke. Mark 85 6 05 67 30, 54. 149 Milazzo. Craig 87 3 03 69 177 Orozco. Rebecca 86 11 22 66 i ? V t Luedtke, Monica S. 64 7 26 66 Milian. Orestes T. 86 11 01 68 164 Orsillo. James 87 10 17 68 flV ' te Lugo. David 65 4 18 67 149 Miller. Michele 87 1 30 69 25 Ortega. Andrew 85 12 06 66 SKjv Lugo, Florencta 84 12 23 65 127 Mills. Mathew 86 9 04 66 56,164 Ortega. Elisa 85 9 17 66 » Lugo. Marjcela W. «7 4 16 69 Min. So Young 87 1 20 69 177 Ortega. Felepe 87 2 13 69 18 Luna. Edmo 87 5 08 69 176 Mitchell. Russell 86 7 27 66 Ord z, Diana N. 84 9 20 66 123 Ly. Seang Lyies. Mfchele R 86 1 05 86 Miyahira. Pamela 66 9 26 66 164 Ortiz. Martha 86 3 03 66 fc, 87 2 23 69 176 Moe. Raymond P. 67 7 07 68 164 jSi Ortiz, Michael 86 6 24 66 56 165 ' Lyons. Scott 87 2 21 69 176 Molletti. Suzanne 85 12 09 66 5.150 m Ortiz, Olivia 85 3 27 66 40.150.199.212.213 Moncovich, Charles 85 6 02 67 150 iP Ortiz, Rosa 85 12 21 66 Montero, Tyrone 87 7 05 69 177 % Ortiz, Tyrone 84 10 15 65 82. 123 Montez, Lina 87 6 13 69 177 Ortiz, Yvette 86 6 24 68 165, 196 Tk JT Montez, Teresa 86 11 01 68 164,196 f ttenon. Dawn M. 84 1 01 66 123 k I Montgomery. Guy Montoya, Deborah 84 8 03 66 54. 82, 83, llSy 22 Ou. Chi-Way 87 2 24 69 1 Vx 84 8 09 66 , Owens. Tim M. 86 4 08 68 40 Montoya, Le Roy Moon.Helen 84 12 14 65 122 W Ma, HyUB-lung 84 11 20 66 123 86 3 30 68 19, 30, 40, ■4 ' Ma. Tina 85 12 20 67 40. 45. 149 , , 164. 199. 210 i MacDonald. Donald 85 1 05 67 149 . Moon, Jung Sook 84 6 20 66 97. 122. 210, 21» 1 r» j — MacDonald. |odi 87 12 31 68 176 4 149 ' S 163 w Moore, Anna 87 7 08 68 177 Hio H«H.....W]dKS!nteu J J n Macho. Robin 85 10 15 67 Moore. Catherine 87 5 30 69 9Bt fXtr2 XBKSimiBtifSffSnX ' j.: J . m HE Macias. Mark 65 5 24 67 ::;:Maore, CoHoen 84 7 24 66 106,122,220 k w Madrazo. Caroline 6 4 04 68 Moore. Dinise 85 7 14 67 150,210 PadilU. Adelaide 87 12 16 68 ■ Madrid, Don 64 6 25 66 127 Moore. Dodi 86 9 03 68 164 A l«as5 . Padilla, Eleanor 65 2 09 66 40. 150 Madrid. Phillip 87 2 19 69 60.176 Moore. Stacy Marie 86 2 23 68 11, is« ' H5L«» ; Padilla. Manuela 67 4 07 68 Madrigal. Rose M. Magallon. Mercedes 66 4 21 66 3.66.163,219 Moralrty. Rachelle 85 6 04 67 t. Pad illa. Mariasa 86 8 26 67 96,97.100.165 67 10 22 68 177 Morales. Eulalio 87 7 25 69 177 i W " P e. So Yong 87 8 16 67 j MaiaUoo,NaUblda( 1 64 11 23 66 121 Morales. Mir am 87 11 05 68 177 Pee. Von-Su 85 11 27 67 15»- Malana. Paul 65 8 02 66 149 Moreno, Danny 84 7 27 65 Pak, Hyon-Chong Pak, Mi Kyong 84 12 29 65 123 Mallari. EUe 67 7 21 68 93. 177 Moreno, Jimmie 87 1 01 69 58, 59, 177 86 8 12 68 165 Malone, Victor 84 5 07 66 0,54.82,83,121,220 Momeau, Shawn 66 10 14 68 164 ■ Palate. Elena 66 11 28 67 Malpica. lackeline 86 4 26 67 163 Morris, Karen A, 84 10 07 66 122, .leS. 220 Palecek. Anthony 66 10 08 68 165 Manansala. Joey 85 8 11 88 Morris, Keith 87 12 18 68 128,177 Palncek, Thomas 64 9 25 68 123 Mangime. Aileen Manlo. Michael 86 t M m 163, 199, 210 Morrison, Lorita L- 85 11 11 67 150 Palomo. Guillermo 66 11 27 86 60. 165 w 87 11 88 69 177 Morua. GiJbert 87 10 23 69 31, 177 Palomo. Fidel 87 10 18 69 93 , Mann. Charles 85 4 03 67 149 Morua, Valerie 86 6 05 68 66, 76, 77, 91, 98, 163 Paluso. Michael 85 6 16 65 160 T Manouchehri. AH 85 5 21 68 Moaqueda, Melissa 87 3 04 69 40, 198 Paluso, Virginia 84 8 04 66 123 Oiv ' Manu,Fals 84 12 13 65 52. 54, 99 Mota, Alma A 87 7 29 67 177 Park, Leslie 85 6 13 67 ISO, 199 Menu. Irene 86 1 02 68 163,215 Motley, Felelcianne 66 ... 6 17 68 164 Park. Yoni (David) Parker. Belecla 84 3 23 66 127, 212 Manzo. Leonal 85 6 10 66 Motler, Kristine 85, B 19 67 150 87 2 05 70 Marcoe. Ronald 85 8 20 66 149 Mowatt, Barbara! Mulhsam, David J. 81-1 22 67 203 Parker. Brian Hayes Parker. Cheiyl Dlann Parker. Kendra 87 2 13 69 MarocRenlta 64 12 01 65 127, 131 84 2 18 66 122 87 10 04 68 Marin, Jose 86 2 27 67 Mulheam, Kathleen 67 4 24 69 40 85 8 06 66 Mariscel l ura 66 8 15 68 163 Mulheam, Laurie S. 86 4 27 66 40, 42, 164 Parker. Marie 87 5 05 69 Mark, Eric 65 6 02 67 149 -... -w Munson. WetldyR. 87 3 04 69 177 Parker. WUIiam 64 6 10 66 52. 60. 61. 63, 123 Mark. Patricia 67 3 11 69 25,177 ' Murdock. Michael 86 2 01 68 164 Parks. Craig 65 6 68 67 Marquez, Magdalen 87 10 26 69 177 Murray, h xira 86 11 28 68 40 44.164 Panuns, Rachelle 66 10 05 68 36. 91. 165 ;r,f2mBmria 8U 8 14 89 jSSB BS M W7 6 07 89 rsSSl KB K Bm 87 8 10 68 Fass, ReMHI V 85 8 11 67 75, 93, 150 ? 8Mg«, Daniel ' 94 8 11 66 123. 134 PkE«1. Ooe 84 3 08 68 123 Pslol. Els 85 7 03 97 27. 150. 199 FaEel, Mamla 85 8 15 96 150 Poial. Mela 86 6 20 99 165 F til,DlD«h 84 10 02 65 PaHno. lulle M. ee 7 04 96 40. 105 Patriarca, Cheryl 87 9 05 99 Pattereon. Debra A. 88 9 13 99 40, 165 Panerson, Troy A. 84 3 27 99 52,54. 123 Pedroza. Victor 87 10 14 98 Penick. Debra A. 87 12 16 99 Fenninglon. )oseph 88 12 11 98 Peralta. Aaron 85 9 07 97 Paredo. Barbara 88 7 19 99 Peredo. Carallo 87 8 19 90 Peregrine. Rafael 87 9 28 99 Perez, AUcla 87 8 18 69 21 Perez, George 87 5 09 99 80 Perez, loel Perez, Lorie 85 9 30 97 85 4 20 97 151 Perez, Michael 86 6 23 99 56. 162, 165, 196 Pens. Saul 84 9 29 95 127 Perez, Veronica 87 12 25 69 Perryman, KImberly 87 9 04 99 Feiryman, Margaret 84 11 12 99 123, 203 Pesquelra. Robert 88 1 27 99 Pest, Derlene 88 12 08 67 165 Pestano, Ingrid PetorBon. Mellnda 88 5 24 68 46. 92. 165 86 3 21 99 165 Peterson, Michael 87 10 01 99 60 Petty. Stephen Pfistor, KImberly A 88 3 09 08 10. 185 88 4 05 66 165 Pham, MlnhThu 88 6 11 66 96. 97. 165 Pham, Quano Huyen Pham, ThuvNgoc Pham, Chris 85 85 5 16 67 9 20 96 151 151 85 12 30 86 151 Pham, Tung Nugyen 86 6 05 68 195 Pham, Tuyen Phillips. KImberly A. 86 11 09 87 151 87 9 24 69 Phillips. Marlynn 86 9 27 98 165 Phillips. Michelle Piaaclk. JuHanne Pllapll. 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Uiura Saiz. Daniel C, Sales. Angela Sales. Ann M. Sales. Annmarie Salazar. Robert Sale, Dusty Salisbury, Carolyn K. Salisbury, Jeffrey Salsgiver, I.isa Saltiicov. Marty SalHkov. Mike Salts. Vikki L Salts [r., Ronald R, Sample,, Kim berley Sanchez, Alfred F Sanchez. Angela Sanchez, Francisco Sanchez. Gustavo Sanchez. Manuel Sanchez, Maria M. Sanchez. Preston Sanchez. Victor Sanchez. Vincent Sanders. Robert Sendoval. David Sandoval. Javier Sanjuan, Edwin Santos. Danilo Santos, lonanlhan Santos. Marlssa Sass,)uUe Sass. Sandra Salterwhile. Clele Salvat. Keian Sauceda. luan Sauceda. Martin Sayre. Bridgetle Schack. Shelley Schack. Stanley B. Schaefer. Sheila Schamel. Heidi Schlerer. jemes Schlicht. Monica Schlicht. Wolf Schneider. Craig Schrader. Stacie Schreiber. Elly Schuhmann, Kecla Schulbl. Keith T. Schulte, Erik D. Schweitzer. Tina Scotl. Angela Scott, Vanesstf " Scoll, William SeedlKirg. Gunnar Seevers. Mar ' E Segovia, Dolores Segovia. Maggie Segui. losenn Segura. Delia A. Seffert. Michelle Semaan. Karln Semaan. Reghida N- $«maan, Simon N. Sen. Ilyuk lae Sflo, Mm-ll Serrano, Kenneth Serrano, Orlando Serrano, Rossana Serrano, Wioberto Settle, Darrell L. Shackelford, [ohnny L Shadic. Jeffrey ShadricK. Sheri L. Shahmohammad. Majid Shanks. Coleen K, ShflfTey. Michael L Shehan, Brian ). Shen. Nigh Chun Sbifflett. lacalene Shifflett. Norene Shih. Hui-Chl|Lily| Shih. Wan-Chi Betty Shih. Ying-Yu Shim. Kejoung Shimku5,Ioan Shimkus,Timm " Shin. Yun Shiroma. Micbele S, Shishido. Sandy A. SUva, lr«ne Silva. Stella Slmmerman, Daniel Simmerman. Jeffrey Simons. Shelly A Singson. Fpniinand Singson. Rogelito SIratt, Lori Siratt. Phillip SirgV ' . Laurent Sizelove. Phillip Slauson. Dennis SlaiMon, Sandra Slingboum. William 1, Smallwood. Robert Smith. Brian Smith. Brian Smith. Connie Smith. Cynthia Smith. David (. Smith, Everett Smith. Hnu,ston Smith. Kenya Smith, KImberly S. Smith. 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Loraine K Stafford, Michelle Stafford. Sidney Stanton, Clark Stenbei . Byron K Stephens. Melissa A Stewart. Kenneth Stewart, Kevin Stewart, Tommy R. Slock. Lisa M. Stout. Donald |. Stout, John Stout. Nicole Stricklelt, Kevin M, Strong, Richard C- Stroud, David Stucky, John Sugimura, Stacy Sun, Dong Soo Sullivan, Cathleen Sun, Donald Sun, Tal-Yuan David Sung. Edward Sung. Thanh-Phuon Sung. Lillian Swafford. Kevin R- Sweeney, |oseph E. Tafoya. David Tafoya, Richard Tai. (3hih-Hung Taing, Kim M. Taing, KimT Takeshita, Todd Tamayo, Robert Tang, Ting- Yu Tapia. Rsperanza Tapia. Monica Tapia, Paul Tamg, Ming Yu Tamg, Tung-Huan Taylor, Tawny Tello, Elizabeth Tena, lavier Tena, jose L. Thaiwadhana, Kusa Thap, Kachana Thap, Phalkun Thap, Vibolarith Thomas, Edward W, Thomas, Michele Thompson, Gina Thompson, |amie Thompson, Shaunti Thoroslsn, Lena A. Thurston, Robert Thury, Douglas Thury, Mark Tidweil, jeri Tiemersma, Lori B. Tiemey, Lisa M. Tippet, JonaUian L. Tiscareno, Arturo Tiscareno. Rafael Tiscareno, Rtgoberto Toledo, Alaina Tong. Angle Tong, Kelly Tongsuthi, Paul Torres. Buenaventura Torres, Carmen Torres, Eieazar Torres, Rebecca Torres, Romualdo Torres, Sal Tountla. Sherry A. 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In this building there is a classroom, a room filled with students, desks, books and a teacher teaching science. Yet, there is an emptiness and an unoc- cupied space. It is not Mr. Bryan ' s room that is unfilled, it is the small, special space in the hearts of Mr. Bryan ' s friends. May that space be filled and occupied with memories an thoughts ofjiim forever. t e We, the Artesian Staff, would like to dedicate our ef- forts to the memory of Ron Bryan, a man who dedicated 30 years of his life to us . . . ;; 64 M . 4 » IHaJ ' iot ' ' 7 -, u - . HO rm v ■ .( ,V r -r LDCiTD5 -f , x: ' v HAVMllAKI r. J We ' re Focusing on you rrrcR H


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