Centennial High School - War Cry Yearbook (Compton, CA)

 - Class of 1966

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As this year progressed, all of us were confronted with many problems, but our lives did not end. We met each day with a positive attitude and were prepared to roll with the punches, to take victory with modesty, defeat with pride. The " 1966 Apache War Cry " will bring many of these instances to your mind with the hope that you do not slop here but will look forward to each day as a " New Horizon " . l 9n |£ ' s SuPftose To 6E 5£RV(A c foil A " wUrtT ' D-l- Oj ' iCiO. IS ID I WANT SOMETt ihiG CRE ACTIVE ( PAPEfi.— Acf tt ti t?uiti(m r iCC THAI vTooltS pLUNKcl %k VHO S PAPER IS mis? IT HAS MO KAK6 OK IT -Does Af(VoK£ RECO K((Z£ IT7 l MM ... IT ief CjTb B6 ) 5«Y G D ?A .. OtMld m CLASS DiMiilct OfjjiO iS After fhirtysix years of service in the Compfon Union High School District, the last five in the ca- pacity of superintenden ' Mr Roe E Cargille .vill retire this June after a long and meritorious career. It is not often that a district is blessed with so de- voted and capable a man as Mr. Cargille He will be long remembered by those with whom he worked and by the community he served. I ' ow 1 . bottom Mr. P»»«r H. luiardi, District Engi- neer Mn. Helen Thomp- lon, Anntant Supertn tendenf Penonnel Mr. Oovld Murlbu), Pertonnpl A»» «tr,rit Pow ? Mr Wendell Bundy, Purcha-. inq Aqeni Mr. Chorlet Ambellon. Director of Spe ciol Service . Or. Corl J turk, Aititlant Superin lendenl injtruclion. Mr. letlU W. VIen, Butineit Mnnoger and Perionnel Director t Tutsfees Row I Bo ' to-n U. Manuel Cerreo, Vice PrciHc " Mr Jeti L Robinton. ' ri rl-r ' Or (Olt M Miilt r }, Ir- ' k Mr. Joivph L Couiey. Ml W E H Knighl : .. v-f .. | ' : Our yearbook theme this year, " New Horizons " , is a most timely and historic one. Our na- tion has finally accepted the legal responsibility and the need for conscience to face up to the fact that equality of opportunity does not encompass our entire population. Federal legislation has been a factor in opening up new hori- zons, but the conscience of the American citizen is even more important to the ultimate achievement of these goals. Our theme denotes that new hori- zons are opening and must con- tinue to open for every Ameri- can, so that the full potential of our nation ' s strength may be realized in order for us to take our place historically as a coun- try worthy of immortality for its positive stand on all fronts necessary for the advancement of the human race. As the class of 1966 leaves us, it must accept the responsi- bility for continuing the efforts necessary to make our nation a strong, productive and happy one. WojvCUj Here on the " Reservation " we have many devoted administrators and teachers. One such adminsfrofor is Mrs. Dorothy P. Heilman, our Girls Assistant Principal. She may be found in her office or around campus inspir- ing our girls toward scholastic achievement and higher morals. Thanks, Mrs. Heilman for. a job well done. Mrs. Dorthy Heilman Stern but friendly, Mr. Everett Parrish stands tall in the hearts of Apaches. Mr. Parrish tackles two jobs at once. As athletic director, he co-ordinates all athletic events, and establishes sports policies. As boys vice- principal, he oversees the " braves " on the reservation. Mr. Parrish is one of the mainstays of our school. Mr. Everett Parrish 10 Af oAe WoA CouMidoits Mr. Bernard Oxhorn Co-ordinator of Activities Mr. Kenneth Washington Co-ordinator of Guidance Miss Elizabeth Bryan Counselor Mr. John Candia Counselor Mr. Arnold Feldstein Counselor Mrs. Edna Montgomery Counselor Miss Lucile Peckham Counselor n TtiM Ckejfatijts Robert Adams Jose Balderramo Richard Barron Jonathan Blott Octave Bonomo Charles Brown Theodore Carter Dennis Carvalho Laurena Chotman Maple Cornwell Chorlene Oiggs Catherine Divine Orville Duley India Elston Richard Foster n Dorothy Foster Harold Fouche Lowrence Freemen William Gill Lucien Glaudini 12 Mary Coins Filiberto Gonzales Gilbert Granger John Griffith Robert Grissom Lillian Hamlet Maxine Heath Helen Heckl Raymond Hurt Daniel Johnston Geneva Jones Leatrice Jones Marinus Jorgensen Ruth Kahn Conrad Krez Henry Lager Lydia Levin Harry Lewis Ned Lewis Barbara Maddock 13 Paul Martin roseriKuy McCoy AAercier Milcnez Edna Montgomery Albert Mudrinich (flJ k Richard Mumper Alfred Navari Wendell Page Ella Parker Lucile Peckham Hardie Pierce John Redfud Cleona Reed Ed Rice Elva Riggins % ' Robinson Aiv .j i. .i Rogers Alex Rule VyeMa Schnicv Karole Shappee Toshio Shimabukuro Lillian Simmons Kathleen Stephens Marvin Threlkeld Walter Utiey Terence Vanderheyden Aaron Wade Rubye Taylor Joseph Wade George Winner Samuel Williams William Woods William Woodson Carol Youngblood Herman Zuckerman John Condio Arnold Feldstein Patience Mosley Ida Magee 15 W CoJLhYow ii i rancat Graham, Mr . Ma rg, Mrs. U Gobbart, M Ca efeoo Sfa I Left to Right: Willie Mae Singleton, Nadine Brown (Manager), Aileen Noldon, Lola Norton, Alberta Frank, Lydia Davis, Faye Howard. Left to Right: Joe Hunt, Clarence Smith, Louis Gorro, Roy Burnett, William Shirley, Nat Jefferson, Eugene Barnes. 17 i - ite. • 1 tl ' ' . 7 v .A.r :-.-iL ' .- ti : 1 ' - 4 - -. . ' v 4 m . . ■ ■■ » Ji - ■ ' Tfijn iU( ijfpiMii AMiwte Ca4XU(£s w ' - S« u vt d w$ 0{Jtoe«« Miss Carol Youngblood Sponsor Richord Alexander President Truman Clemons Vice-President Earlene Hogon Secretary S«ufM CowKCifi ' i Paulette White Treasurer 20 KvotMii QouooMh Joseph Adame Lena Allen Claudia Adams Marvin Alien Leodis Adams Vera Allen Lloyd Aldrege Antoinette Alley Richard Alexander Donald Alley Robert Allsup Corine Armstead Sharlet Anderson Von Jo Atkins Tommy Anderson Joaquin Avila Richard Andrews Frank Ayala Troy Armand Margaret Babb 21 Bertha Badon Farrell Banks Dorothy Bailey William Banks Elvissia Bailey Kenneth Baptist Gwen Baker Ivan Beatty Joyce Ballou George Bell Martha Bell Willie Blakely Kenneth Biles Loretta Billingsley Bernadin B rdsong Mary Blake bme Bland Leon Bland Michael Bland v ' l obfc Charles Blanton 22 AJ Cojm Delores Bolton Paulette Brewer William Bonner Thomas Briggs Carol Boswell Henry Bradley William Brock Michael Bronson Otis Bradley Gabriel Brooks Jacqueline Brooks Sarah Brown Gloria Brown Vachel Brown Marcilyn Brown Arthur Browning Mattie Brown Ronald Bryant Paul Brown Beverly Buie 23 Timothy Burcheft Samuel Burleson Sharon Burnett Sue Burns Alice Butler Jerry Butler Rudyard Butler Jean Byrd Sandra Calhoun Deborah Cambell Betty Campos Mable Carrington Patricio Carlise Patricia Carter Robert Carter 1 Wanda Carroll Wendy Carroll Bonnie Coyton Petro Chavez Shirley Chappel U ft Lma m L Beverly Charles Elaine Charles Mary Charles Jackie Chase Odell Chase Lonnie Chism Joseph Clayton Truman demons Andrew Coatney Michele Cochran Danny Colbert Carrie Coleman Jackquelyn Coleman Joyce Coleman Madelyn Coleman Robbie Coleman James Collins Rita Combre Alicia Combs Johnnie Conley 25 Carolyn Connor Eleanor Copeland Enc Cornelius Joe Cowan Marvin Crayton Ronald Criss Vincent Cotton Rhoderick Courtney Janice Culberson Elaine Cunningham Aleta Cureton Melanie Curtis Clarence Daughtry Joe Davis Joan Daily Linda Davis Gussie Dancy Louis Davis Michael Daniels Rosemary Dovis 26 James Dawson Joe Diaz Jackie Day Michael Dickson Josephine De La Cruz Frances Dennis Donald Dixon Carolyn Doctor Cheryl Diaz Carol Dominguez Wanda Donaldson William Donaldson Marguerite Douglas Gloria Dredd Vickie Duren Ortho Early Rayetta Eagland Shirly Easter Pete Duffy Doralena Edmundson 27 Karen Edmond Deborah Edwards Inez Edwards Lenetta Edwards Mary Elios Judy Farley Floydrina Faulkner Ronald Fel der James Ferguson Deborah Fisher ' S Early Fisher Cherrie Fife Jammie Fleeks James Flewellen Alfred Fobbs Brenda Foley Philippa Ford Gertrude Fradiue Joe Frazier Kenneth Fuller Roxie Fuqa Montrose Galbreth Linda Garrett Marilyn Gibson Melanie Gipson Roy Gilyard Marina Gonzales Linda Goodloe Glenda Goodloe James Goree Nina Goree Roosevelt Graham Will Graham 29 Teddy Grant Joseph Grayson Keith Greene Ruby Greene Barbara Green Eddie Green Delorls Green Dorothy Gregory Margaret Gregory Fred Gray Noble Griffin Jacqueline Grinn Christine Hammond Juanito Hammond Brenda Hall Glenn Hamilton Bernadine Hammock Evelyn Hammond Juonita Hammonds Owen Hampton JO Emmett Hardman Connie Harris Wilbert Harris Patricio Horrison Esto Harris Grace Harris Michoel Horris Comilk Hort Vernoll Hayword Ralph Hoywood Kenneth Howkins Cloude Heods Avila Henderson Michael Henry Reginald Henry Cynthia Hester Mottie Hendricks Barbara Henry Alvin Hicks Edna Hill 31 Lorraine Hill Mayfleld Hill Michael H,,; Wanda Hilton Alvin Hogon J Eorlene Hogon Rhoda Hollingquesf Carl Holloway Johnell Holly Jgcqueline Hooks Brenda Hopkins Joyce Howard Chauncey Hughes James Hull Linda Humpheries }. i •. 32 Mary Hunter Thomos Hunter Ronald Irving James Issac James Hil Joanetta Iverson Linda Iwascka Alma Jackson Betty Jackson Joseph Jackson Karren Jackson Melvin Jackson Michelle Jackson Noah Jackson Robert Jackson Cynthia James Essie James George James Ruth Jefferson Gilbert Jeffries Curtis Jenkins Andrew Johnson Dorothy Johnson 33 Elaine Johnson Jacquelyn Johnson George Johnson Sonjo Johnson Betty Jones Corrine Jones Jerry Johnson Kaiser Jones Richard Johnson Leonard Jones Morvin Jones Velio Juarez Thomas Jones James Justice Wendell Jones Angenetto Kelly Cod Joseph Karen Kelly Paul Joseph Kathryn Kerlegon 34 Mable Kimble Milford King Donell Kindle Willard King Patricia Kincey Anita Knox Barbara King Warren Knox Reynard Langston Geraldine Lee Alvin Laster Mack Lee Maurice Lawson Patricia Lawson Linda LeFlore Alphanzo Leftridge Beverly King Willie Landry Carolyn Lee Donald Level 35 Harry Lewis Charles Ligons Margaret Lockeff Priscilla Logan India Lett Annie Louis Rodney Love Salvador Lucero William Lundy Jennell McCaster 36 Donald McCoy Adrian McDamel Charles McDaniel Delores McDonald Barbara McGowan Brenda McHenry Monique Mclnnis Dwaylene McKay US Patricia McLemore Ralph McNeal Lupe Maciel Julia Majors Arnold Malvery Anita Martin Phyllis Mixon Ted Masters Odell Mathieu Larry Mayfield Salvador Mejico Margaret Mendez Angie Mendoza William Middleton 37 Joan Mitchell Mercine Mixon Robert Mixon Arthur Montgomery Beatrice Montgomery Ezetta Montgomery Sally Mironda Alfus Moore i r R J •vit ly J i H E K wr Glorious Moore LaBronce Morrow James Moore Statue Mosby Peter Moore Edna Moses Roydell Moore Virginia Munerlyn « M ' Irene Monge Eugene Moore Renee Moore Beatrice Murphy 38 Bob Murphy Leticia Naiera Joe Murphy Jermone Neal Lora Murphy Jacquelyn Neely Mary Myrick Lana Nichols Bernard McGreggor Johnny Noble Clarence Nolan Patricia Noland Lvnnell Olive Linda Oliver Irene Noreiga Shirley Oliver Saundra Norris John Orr Melvin Odom Anthony Owens 39 Walter Owens •t w Howard Padgett Jeanette Page Penny Palmer Alfred Paris Lawrence Parks Patricio Patterson Craig Potton Patricia Payne 40 Renai Perkins Vivian Pendleton Gwendolyn Perry JoAnn Perry Lcioy Perry i Linez Peters Linda Pierre Thresa Pittman Diann Pledger David Poland Robert Polk Esther Pope Neenon Potts Renee Preston Renal Preslton Delores Pride Diane Queens Brenda Radford Kara Rainey Evelyn B. Ramirez Rcthal Randall Minnie Reed Thomas Reed Evorria Reese 41 Eric Reeves Sonja Riley Phyllis Reynolds Richard Rios Alan Ridley Calixtro Rivera Laela Randon Norena Rivers Jerry Riley Yolanda Rivers Frederick Robertson Chaldmadge Robinson Richard Robinson Wanda Robinson Zandra Robinson Darleen Rogers Paulette Rose Gloria Rowden Dorothea Rudd 42 Jennifer Nance Frederick Scott Diana Price Estello Scott Albert Mosely Dwight Shaw Dwight Sankey Patricia Shaw Carolyn Scott Treslyn Shelton Clara Shepherd Mattie Simpson John Shepherd Kathleen Shepherd Jo Danielle Shipp Carolyn Sholes Ronald Silas Donzell Simmons Karran Simmons Earl Simms 43 Stonley Simms Ronald Slaughter Emma Smith Johann Smith Kenneth Smith Lafayette Smith Sandra Solomon Judith Spann Vickie Spencer Melvin Stanley Sandra Stasher Clyde Sfegall Todd Stevens Gwen Stevenson Carol Stewart 44 Hernion Stewart Lmda Sugars Gwen Survine Eddie Sweet Barbara Sanders Clarence Tartt Larry Tate Darlene Taylor Elizabeth Taylor Walter Taylor Mack Theus Bernlta Thomas Gloria Thomas Ina Thomas Joseph Thomas rilt Beatrice Thompson Michael Thrash Eugene Tillman Alicia Torres Elizabeth Torres Sherry Trotter Carolyn Trucker Nye Tucker Bing Turner Henry Turner 5 James Turner Vergie Tymony Judy Turner Evelyn Thomas Loro Turner James Valentine Paul Turner Rita Turner Gwendolyn VanHook Larry Veal Allie Ventress Gloria Walker Paul Vera Willie Walker Karen Wade Gwendolyn Walter Alton Walker Carol Walton Carol Walker Raymond Walton 46 Gloria Ward Ralph Watklns Carol Webb Betty Washington Genevieve Watkins Jeral Webster Heddy White nita Watkins Jenett White Marilyn White Mary White Paulette White Phyllis White Barbara Williams Barbara Williams Cheryl Williams Clevester Williams Denise Williams Gwen Williams A7 Horold Williams Jerome Williams Leon Williams Lindo Williams Monica Williams Paulo Williams Samuel Williams William Williams Linda Willis Edie Wilson 1 U 48 Charles Woodard Ronald Wilson Ruthie Wilson Doris Woodberry Leia Woody Howard Woods Albert Wright Burrel Wright Carolyn Wright Esternola Wright Johnnie Wrighl Judith Wright Mable Wright Cheryl Wright Vernice Zomalt Marion Bee Emery Neal Kenneth Wimbush Earl Willams 49 Jock Avi la, Q graduate of Ralph Bunch Jun- ior High School, plans to pursue his academic studies in Science. At the A pa ch e reservation, he has been an ac- tive member in many orgoniza- tions. A life mem- ber of the Califor- nia Scholarship Federation, a member of the Lettermen Club, and o member of the Arrows, Jack has truly shown an interest in Centennial. Aside from his acodem- ic life, he has varsity letters in track and cross- country. He plans to major in either mathematics or physics, even- tually becoming on astrophysicist. VoJki uidtofdOM 50 Graduating as number two i n her class is Linda Iwasaka. She has been a resident of Com pton d 1 1 her life, g radu- oting on top at 139th Street School and Van- guard Junior High. On the res- ervation Linda has served as a petite C e n t e n- nette, an Arrow for five semes- ters, and a mem- ber of the Califor- nia Schola rship Federation for six. Linda ' s goal is to become a high school American History teacher. She plans to fur- ther her educa- tion at Scri pps College, majoring in history and mi- noring in English literature. Which- ever field she chooses, we at Centennial are confident that Linda will earn success for her- self and recogni- tion for Centen- nial. 51 " Cry " Itafr along wltfi SmIw TmcMQ W« f««l that oil " Avonfo Sovontot " or typical ond woHhy of hoMinfl Htit honor. At only two sfudonts : bo Mioctod, Undo IwoMika ond KoMolh laptitt woro cheton to r protont tho mighty " Avonto Sovc Undo plant to fwrthor hor oducotion at Scripps Collogo and moior in hittory. Konnoth foolt that Whil.., , mo Univortity of Sowthom California Would Im hit choico to major in phormocowNcal tdoneo. Choon and lot of Iwdi go to both thoM stwdonti • " 66 War Cry " Staff. = f.1 r Q Afxi-cWjuiu ViS Under the supervision of Mr. Richard Foster, the Junior class cabinet and officers hove worked hard together in building a mighty class. A skating party and a shebang of a dance helped make this yeor even more successful. Mr. Richo ' d Fo le Sponior Kerry Rob«rt Pr« id«nt Regino Smith Vice-Proiidonl Anrt Alley Secretary Arthur Cribbs Treasurer Boliom left lo Right Ann Alley. Tereta Moreland, Debor jti luoiLxit, Murva Williomi. Looh 0 oi Robertion. Brenda Oarnetl. Mollie Williamt, Inei Ellii. Shirley Jernigon, Clarence Drown Row 3 Manuel Monge. Jan lee. Reginald Henry, Kerry Roberti. Penny Naiel, Worrcn Brookt, Dorothy . Delorei Bmell Row ; Oorit Regino Smith. Michael Graham, Woihirtgton. 54 Row 1 Bottom: Mrs. Simmons, Cheryl Burson, Jolene Doss, Letha Gilyard, Ruthie King, Fanme Williams, Suzanne Maciel, Dennis Cox. Row 2: Tommy Kirkpatrick, Walter Mogee, Gary Brooks, Lionel Jackson, Ronald Kimble, Daniel Dominguez, Carlos Romero, Horry Sims. Row 1 Bottom: Foye Smith, Cheryl Richie, Irene Brown, Elmo Thomas, Debora Lambert, Cynthia Johnson, Lydia Glover. Row 2: Mary Ventress, Evelyn Swift, Foye Smith, Myrtle Dotson, Pot Hortly, Cecilia Willis, Wanda McGregor, Cornell Taylor, Mrs. Cornwell. Top Row: Loye Aubrey, Sandra Lucas, Chorles Jones, Jerry Smith, Maurice Bonks, Evelyn Williams, Regina Murray, Thim Eaves, Ronnie Barnett, M. Fisher, M. Smith. Row 1 Bottom: George Clark, Judy Kemp, Lillian Bell, Carolyn Wilhoms, Penny Nazel, Catherine Moore, Diane Norton, Deborah Moore, .Geraldine Major, Sharon McCord, Wanda Beasley, Louido Gilmore, Shirley Waters, Willerine Williams, Bonell Ellis. Row 2: Claude Rivers, Michoal Lucky, Dedrick Brown, Frank Stevenson, Michael Chambers, George Horpole, Kerry Roberts, Reginald Burchett, Jan Lee, Charles Dowell, Manuel Diaz, Robert Rhodes, Adrian Metoyer, Tyrone Perry, Rennoil Beard, Mr. GloudJni. 55 :i; Bow I VirgJ Carr. Dfbbie Pierce. Mar.lyn Pcrk.nj, Veronico Lone. Elamc W ' gtt. f-j i,ca Smith. Inei EIN». Pos c Stephen Row 2: Nodme Monford. Lindo Tockwood. Sondro Wil»on. Joanne Durruieau. Roialmd Chorlei. Yvonne Cole. Lucille Turnage, Jocquc Napier Row 3 Freddie Price. Chorlei Smith, Henry Johnton. John Martin, Teddy Wilcox. William Wilton, Odit Walker. Bill Lovett Row I BoHom Helen Pecters, Joan Weit, Corolyn Malone. lindo Powell, Donno Donaldson. Ruchcl Giiliorrez Moggie Davit, Mabel McCatler, Brenda Mock, Rulht McThomoi, Pomelo Adomi, Marlho lopei. Cynthia Thomot Row 2 lula Haywood, Rory Lond, Salleno Carter, Tomoro long. Nancy Brooki. Morilyn Di«on, Jocque Mooney. Ruth Duket. lindo Towler, Carol Thompion, Yvonne Myrick. Dorothy Wothington Row 3: Jetue Homilion, Jerome Fotter, Henry Juarei, Ernett Baker, Henry Ponnell, Jomei Moore, Chorlet Boyt. Robert Allen, Michael Graham, Terry Forr, Ronnie Robmion. Bruce Coutin. Wayne Simpton Row I, Bonem. Clorm A ' 3i Brendn Hinet, Karen S Albright. Imda Mi on, Mr iVTir Ann Alley, Elite Ovide, Roietia Sloughicr. Koihy Newton. Corolyn GuiHo ' y, Regmo Smith, Karen Cook Row I Johnton, levstlo Colomon. Cheryl W}tner. Ruby Cordon. Dion Rudiion, Sandra Smith, Alfred Moiort. Juonito 56 Row 1 Bottom: Jewell Wallace, Rosetta Long, Sandra Davis, Joyce Walker, Sharon Wallace, Andrea Thorton, Verda Papillion. Row 2: Maureen Crump, Elaine Peoples. Diane Ervin, Undo Fleming, Bobbie Cutley, Brenda Charles, Ann Reed, Peggy Rudolph, Rita Johnson. Row 3; Larry Hilliard, Oliver Walters, Michael Cochran, Stephen Jenkins, Jack Charles, Michael Carter. Walker Vaughn, Adrian Lawson, Nathaniel Grant, Row 1 Bottom: Roy Brooks, Leo Hurd, Welkey Hogan, Mary Lou Spears, Eddie Green, Zernetfa Scott, Patrice White, Blanquita Smith, Milton Eorle, Helen Welton, Eric Shepherd. Ruby Lockett, Yvonne Sida. Row 2: Chester Fontenot, Emma Colbert, Gregory Webster, Charles Thomas. Paul Pruitt, William Lee. Steven Ward, Violet Geeter, Diane Turner, Patricia Suitley, Mary Aldredge, Shirley William. Row 3: Angel Clegg, Deborah Moore, Reginald Nobles, James Smith, Lark E. Gibson, David Blonchctte, Ira Ford, Melinda Moss, Erma Washington, Helen Love. Row 1 Bottom: Alice Dunlap. Natlyn Fuqua, Sheryl Nelson, Wanda Mclnnis, Charles Hamilton, Jackie Hayes, Linda Thompson, Peggy Willioms, Annie Brodley. Row 2: Barbara Knox. Glonda Holl, Izanetfa Burries, Dosie Lowery. Michelle Vallery, Lillie Clay, Ella Dillon, Melvin Reagon, Marvin Smith, Victor Mitchell. Row 3; Herman Randle, Charles Ward, Craige Brown, RonalcJ Powe, Mitlon Leonard, Donald Lock, Robert Lawrence, Clarence Stubberfield, Alex Godfrey, Larry Lewis, Wright Morris, Roy Lockwood. 61 President, Connie Rivers Vice-President, Helen Green Sponsor, Mr. Barron Secretary, Sherry Prescott Treasurer, Brenda Gibbs Row 1 Bottom: Michelle Allsup, Andrea Thorton, Connie Rivjrs, Sherry Riley, Debbie Poole, Saundra Boswell, Carolyn Rogers. Row 2: Chevis Ferguson, Kathy Hammond, Violet Geeter, Denise Willians, Brenda Gibbs, Sherry Prescott, Deborah Moore , Deborah Gilbert, Dwight Goree. 63 « :« e Row I Bottom: Ceroid Ohve. Willie Whittey, Eddie Trovij. Robert McNeely. Long Reese Row 7 Florence Alexonder, Leon Bullock. Gume M Ooncy. Mory Chovii, Deborah Sanford, Chnitmo Hayei, Laura lopet. Lindo Jot nson, Jo Ann Durrlsseau. Row 3: Mildred Sancy, Frederick Watt. Jennifer Wenable. Carol Rogeri. Robert Comack. Either Allen. Edward Charles, Gerald McCowan. Keith Thompson Row 4: Roy Strom, lorry Tidwell. Chris AAcOowell, Robert Butler, Gene Taylor, Erick Mack. Tommy Johnson. Eorley Foye Fisher. Robert Burrit. Clarence Stokes. Row I Bottom Mcirvin Walloco, Wilma Flowers. Yolando Qunado. Mary Hemondci, Sherry White. Brendo Marcellous. Brenda Norwood Row 2 Georgia Williams, Annie Moulty, Patricia Cross, Carolyn Jackson, Christine Bnggs, Bonnie low ' on. Kathy Hammond Row 3 Michelle Clemmons. Eugene Austin Riley Manley, Ronald Summers, Vincent Bennett, William Diion, Oorroll Jom%, Harrison Gaston, Carlos Norwood 64 Row 1 Bottom: Yvonne Brooks. Donzella Lee, Grace Henderson, Shirley Washington, Charlesetta McGruder, Yuvenne Brooks, Archie Ivy, Pearlyne Tyson, Aidsand Riggins, Sherry Riley, Alice Horper, Sandra Sparks, Linda Ellis, Juamta Bright, Mary Noiera. Row 2: William Hortfield, Lois Smith, Linda Norwood, Charles Sims, Froncine Shepard, Norma Allen, Brenda Gibbs, Martha Borunda, Antonio Mejico, Gary Cain, Alberto Logon, Robert Brevard, Nicolette Forney, Lawrence Blanchord. Row 3: Roderick latum, Lucious Brown, Joe -Banks, Nathaniel Brown, Charles King, Jerry Reed, Edesel Garrison, Gregory Spence, Alphonso Kimbell, Otis Blackman, Paul Moore, Durwin Jeffries, Mr, Barron. Row 1 Bottom: Joe Hill, Clarice Taylor, Saundro Scruggs, Linda Young, Dianne Parmer, Helen Hawkins, Lawrence Kelly, Gregory Willis, Lucas Eddens, Gloria Lloyd, Rhoda Spann, Isaac Williams. Row 2: Mrs. Goins, Fred Browning, Rodney Perkins, Larry Green, Denise Nash, Gozzette Williams, Beverly Thompson, Glendo Williams. Willie Foster, Elaine Bolton, Janet Tillman, Renard Allen, Cecil Ashley. Row 3: Ronald Scott, Clifford Kerlegon, Melvin Courtney, Arlene Gaynor, Willie Fleets, Rudolph Johns, Vera Wise, Fred Jackson, Bernard Finley, Raul Encisco, Gerald Harvey. Row 1 Bottom: Marilyn Smith, Deborah Shelby, Barbara Turner, Deborah Gilbert, Wanda White, Mary Price, Valencia Dewberry, Brenda Hordge, Louella Edmondson, Mr. Feldstem. Row 2: Mary Cox, Sandra Roby, Letitia Foster, Mary Bledsoe, Ola Thomas, LaVerne Reed, Carolyn Hayes, Deborah Veney, Elaine Show, Ava Leflore, Herman Bonks. Row 3: Danny Porter, Don Garrert, Wilford Brown, Carol Stephens, Deborah Branch, Kathy Martin, Regina Foreman, Sherrol Williams, Sandra Arreguine, Willie Doniels. 65 Row 1 Bottom: Carolyn Tortt, Gwendolyn Dnniels, Gwendolyn SkiMern, Diono Jonei, Gloria Valencia, Gregory PiTti, Gory Younger. Robert Rooch. Row 2: Mark Cowan, David Edmond. Eddie Sanders, Joyce Groyton, Oione Cox, Brendo Manley, Otii Bullard. Timothy Shaw, Arnold Joipeh Row 3: Rod Williomt. C«org Bnggt, Alvm Word, Robort Glenn. Thomoi White. Victor Horiton, Frod Washington, Parnell Neol. Philip Tolbert. Row 1 Boitom- Maiine Bryont, Corine Womock, Lindo Woods. Denice Smith. Sandra High, Ocnise Southwell. Glenda Hall. Row 2: Juonila Galloway. Margorel Bendy. Arnold Cox, lorn Fletcher. John Scott. Nothomel McCall, Daniel Mitchell. Anthony Franklin. Janie Sanders. Victono Childs Row 3: Je rome Gray. Don Thompson. Carlyle Adams, Fernando Botello, Zethery McCrow.Collelte Bradley, Ronnie Modson. Nickey Roberts. Charles Conley. Row 1 ? - lto ' iv .luf)i,« ' r. lidUu iovr y. Dionne Pormer, Fred Browning. Helen Howkios. uw«nv« kelley. Gregory Will s. lucos Eddeni. Gloria lloyd, R ' ■ ' ■ Hioms Row 7 Ronald Scott. Rodney Perkms. lorry Green. Denise Nash. Jotelt Willionis. Beverly Thompson. Clendo WiU ' oms, Willie Fo« ! ' . U ' j ' ' 7 Dc l ' o " . Janet Tillman. Rcnord Allen. Cecil Ashley Row 3: Joe Hill. AAetvin Courtrxy, Arlene Goynor, Willie Flecks. Rudolph Johns. Vera Wise, Fred Jackson. Bernard Finley. Raul Enrisco. Jenoll Vtnney 66 Row 1 Bottom: Dorothy Gibson, Charles Cheatham, Jackie Lewis, Yolanda Beasley, Clorence Brown, Georgia Hardaway, Gloria Smith, Edward Davis, Kenneth CoMins. Row 2: Ronnie Milliard, Donald Franklin, Sylvia Burleson, Helen Green, Laretta Former, Sharon Smith, Edna Sanders, Doris Robinson, Alfred Mosby, Robert Lee, Harold Turner, Mr. Perry. Row 3: Michael Mothieu, Michele Allsup, Clyde Johnson, Thelmo Soothe, Brenda Oliney, Carol Betlnovis, Jeonette Finnie, Pauletta Vienn, William Jackson. Row 1 Bottom: Louis Cummings, Leo Powers, Meredith Wilks, Jackie Davis, Molmda Easter, Nathaniel Green Row 2: Charles Moore, Nadme Myers, Douglas Matthews, Stanley Clanton, Sultine Lewis, Reginald Bennett, Mary Ann Hutchinson. Row 1 Bottom: P ricia Bell, Connie Rivers, Irene Scott, Gloria Wall, Deborah Logan, Margie Bennett, Gwen Thompson, Barbara Grimes, Charlotte Logan, Mamie Lynch. Ro. 2: Ola Mae Sledge, Deidra Anderson, Valeria Gibson, Linda Griffin, Trudy Washington, Carol Lewis, Lena Neal, Ora Champ, Matthew Smith, Joe Criss, Miss Heath. Row 3: Michael Williams, Gerald Martin, Gary Henry, Raymond Rodriguez, Glenard Whiting, Eddie Houston, Eugene Howkins, Leonard Goldsmith, Neoley Perry. 67 % -■ m: Row I Bottom: AAofpOn Boyj. Cheryl Allen, Kathleen Nott. Peggie Pierre. Emma Bowdy, Mortha Spiket, Carol Trotter. Row 7- Mr Woodi. Brendo Cryer. Potricio Jones. Imdo Patterion. Julio Mitchell Jesjie Bo«i Row 3 Delores Fojtcr, Curt.j Wyatt Tommy Thompjon. Jimmy McCullOugh. R. chord McCoy. Juliul Williomi. Brendo Coyton, Clorio Moore Row t Bottom Darrilyn Shaw, lorry Rondoll. Lindo Cleveland. Poiricio Dovu. Delores Hamilton. Jackie Rooch, Bernol Webster, Annie Marshall. Eleanor Bennett Row ? Renee Warren. Jane Buford. Corl Moses. Carolyn Slaughter. Clarence McKay. Linda Russell. Stephanie Jackson. Victor Mepo. Joseph Olivos Row 3 1 May Poss. Donno Isaacs. Corlne Polls. Monha Gardner, lenora Jefferson. Ronald Graham. Robert Kimble, Jospeh Thompson. Clifford Johnson, fro.ik Gfonl. I I Row 1 Bottom- Barlxiro Hoynes. Camille Shocklelord. Iwilo Stewart. Sandra Reese. Mary Mitchell. Violo Majors, lindo Gorrelt. Yvonne Jones. Oelons Biliell. Sandra Modson. Mnrsha Johnson, Noncy Owens. Sharon Fryer Row 7; Ronald Brodley. Alen lewis. Will Eulsey. G ' aylis Oglesby. Kelton Nelson. Mory Ownlop. .Jonice lowe Philip Riley. Henry Morgan. Dorryl Munson Row 3i Williom HoM. Poul Webster. Reggie fotwnon. Michael Criss. Elbert OiJor llnwood Scolt. long Reese. Reggie Henry. Kermit Simons i 68 Row 1 Bottom; Veronica Robertson, Iva Anderson, Burcey Taylor, Samuel Griffin, Colton Marcholl, Barrie McCorroll, Tonyo Word, Rose Crittenden, Linda More, Bertha Clark, Anita Jones, Shirley Espntt. Row 2: Adolphus Gornett, Jackie Moore, Michael Williams, Darlene Barnes, Dwight Brown, Bernie Williams, Danny Porche, Paul Rolls, Mack Jones , Cynthia Prison, Dwight Goree, Phyllip Finney, Mary Jones, Jareotha Taylor. Row 3: Theodore Woods, Larry Fenderson, Gregory Valentine, Thomos Johnson, Larry Wilson, Chester Pitchford, Darrell McCullough, Allen Hoywood, Leonard Whiting, Royce Randle, Potricia Thompson, Sheila Wade. Row 1 Bottom; Marsha Teems, Edwina Washington, Bobbie Ham, JoAnn Evans, Ethel Hogan, Salatha Smith, Althea James, Clayton Burley, Linda Andrews, Melvin Grant, Frances Parker, Robert Pitchford. Row 2; Richard Offord, Thurman Breshers, Stephanie Hill, Brendo Cotton, Wilma Wayne, Judy Pittman, Jarma Wheaton ,Kerwin Shepherd, Beverly Polk. Row 3; Jacob Moore, Leonard Woolridge, Leonard Preston, William Burties, Charles Scats, Kenneth Bayliss, Lawrence Harris, Terrance Brewster, Fred Leftridge, Calvin Tucker, Arnold Clegg, Delores Jones. Row 1 Bottom; Brenda Moore, James Rich, Sharon Campbell, Margaret Swofford, Mildred Cross, Rita Brooks, Christine McClendon, William Brown, Diana Grim, Bernice Martin, Berthella Williams, Ronald Gobert. Row 2; Lonnie Wilson, Robert Taylor, Arthur Jones, Jonah Mills, Tommy Aldreage, Robbie Daniels, Johnnie Young, Tracy Thomas, Mabel Gilbert, Brenda Theus. Row 3; LeVern Hardwick, Percy Abroms, Betty Pitchford, Brenda Barnett, Stephanie Brown, Glenn Jones, Jock Hildreth, Anthony Shanon, Rodney Felder, Armando Castro, Joseph Wilson, James Turner. 69 ir: v ; I VI Row I BonoTi Wanda Shma, Joxe Wihiami. Daisy Ihomai. Clifton Phillipi, Sherri Preicott, imda Sneed. Elaine Moore, Roiemary Obed Row 2 Joan Ravore, Terry Gotten. Olivio Herr.ford, Claudio Woihmgton. Shirley Fmley. Cynthio Allman. Pamela Friche. Lulo Stewart, Loye Aubrey. Row 3: Mildred lindiey. Joetto Brown. Janet Chambers. Charles Pegues. Aulrey Johnson. Clara McCorler, Robert DeVouit. Estella Swam, Thomas Curchett. Row I Bottom Faye Hoywood, Verno Menry. Patricio Ivey. Frances labon. Jackie Webb, Deborah Powell. Shoron Thompson. Doris McClung. loida Crvd. Stonley Crowlord, Diane loe, Mary Winder, Eva Williams, Beverly Rowl. Mane Jupiter. Betty Jo Fuller. Yvonne Walker Jonet Toylor. Ella Stewart Row ? Charles Newhouse, Martin Criffin, Gregory Brooks. George Powell. Wayne Morrow, Benme Moore, leo Lakey. Joseph Carnnglon, Erric Borxar. Weslr. McCordon, Everett Wilkins. John Redmond. Roymond McColl. Chevis Ferguson, Arthur Cray, James Street. iJ Kuw I Solidoi M i.l«j l jmiili. K.ute i Vriyhl. Corl Cross. Miihoel Kichotdson. Sheryl Brpoua, Andre Wilkerson. Kennie Mine. Jerry Clayton. Edword Montgomsfy. Donald Brown, louise Smith Row 2 Richord Evtins. Don Wr.ght. Wmston Cooper. Poulo Roy. Audrey Sonders. Madeline Wolker. Adrian Gomel, Dicine Johnson. Arleen Nolan. Benme Fields, Sandra Boswell. Victor McKmney Row 3 Doris lewis. Jon Grohom. Rito Isioh. Domel Jones. Ronald Calvin, James Kidd. Reggie Ommond. Willie Burton, Robert Clifton. Ardreno Coatney. Robert Bell. Debbie Poole. Leonard Thompson 70 r Taking over the headdress of Spring ASB President was Kenneth Baptist. He proved to be a capable suc- cessor, executing the duties of his office in the highest Apache tradition. As assistont to the president, Marvin Jones ably assumed the presidency when the need arose. In addi- tion, he served with distinction at all district council meets Never before has the " Reservation " been graced with such leadership. 72 fAlLOffiO£RC SftC iefcCWy Monique Mclnnis TvMiSUA V Keith Green Commissioner of Activities Cora Mitchell Commissioner of Athletics Ted Masters Commissioner of Finance Delores Green |[ ndl Commissioner of Publications Joseph Adame Commissioner of Service Organizations Carolyn Connors 73 First jemeiter jtodenf body president Donald Alley wielded the council gavel with inspiration and efficiency. Ut. fCfiKKpik Baptist The office of Vice President is o very demanding one. He must preside over all meetings m the absence of the president. This year we are fortunate to hove Kenneth Baptist who con meet the needs of the office. 7d SPRiM( OFPrCER; CftC iefawtJ Mable Carrington T J iSUAJ O Ronald Wil son i Commissioner of Activities Edie Wilson Commissioner of Athletics Reginald Henry Commissioner of Finance Jennifer Nonce Commissioner of Publications Joonn Perry Commissioner of Service Organizations Manuel Monge 75 r huMb 0 K V - JU ' - ' " ' JJ ' ,;» (J " " .. ' P " ,k • ' ,, • • • 76 PimcUClUb Ken Biles Flora Ferguson Beverly Buie Noble Griffin Jackie Hooks Pat Kincey Priscilla Logan Annie Louis Yvonne Myrick Jonnie Nobol Sonja Riley Wanda Robinson Gvk ' en Stevenson Monique Mclnnis President Chouncy Ferguson Vice President Martha Mosty Secretary Dolores Bizzell Treasurer Off to a great start this year is the French Club. This organization consists of those stu- cJents who have at one time taken French or are taking it at present. The members meet to further their understanding of the French language, its history and origin. 77 J n»t« ' ! 1 ' J w ' Mljkr- A7i liM 4k i Troy Armond C«org« Clork Andrew Coalnay Meredith Cox Cheryl Diaz Rulh Edmondson Pretlon Foslei The Arrows, our number one service club, is composed of fop scholars and fop cifizens They are a dedicafed and conscienfious Mrj Monigomery group. There is no task fhat they aren f willing fo tackle or service Sponsor fhey aren t willing to give. Chauncsy Fsrguton Ediit Gr««n Linda Hunrtphriet Jom«t liftoc lindo Iwaiaka Shirlty Jermgan 80 Mnfvm JonAt lomofo long Jon L«« Joonn Mc n»ndon Sharon McCard Monique Mclnmi %ZJ£ Viola Majors Salvador Mejico Margaret Mendez Roi Milton Linda Mixon Robert Mixon Mie Manuel Monge Glorious Moore Renee Moore Teresa Moreland Jennifer Nance Clarence Nolan flmXM Irene Noriega Helen Peeters Jerry Reed Kathleen Shepherd Kenneth Smith William Smith i Brian Thompson Donna Troy Allie Ventress Sharon Wiggms Ronald Wilson PcMieit tC LfiAgufi OorUcn Ba ' nei Beverly Charlet AA«lani« Gipion Talked about quite frequently around the " Ten ■ is the Speech Club. This Na- tional Forensic Organization encourages interest in public speaking, oratory, and interscholastic debate. Mr. Grissonn who has been on the reservation only one year, has done an excellent job. To the Speech Club we soy HOW!!l Sharon McK ard Karon Potterson Zernel ' o Scoft Judy Sponn Mary Lou Speort Carol Stewart Gwen VanHookp Clevetler Williomi Earl Williami 82 Clevester Williams Fote iSi6 rx PdtiM Beverly Charles Gwen Van Hook and Carol Stewart argue a fine point while Melanie Curtis and Judy Spann prepare to iump into the debate. 83 CA MttiA Cck Wfu|3 FWe iofemv Ann Allty Frank Ayolo Wonda Beojley Karl Blankenthip Pres.aenT Jack Avilo Sallcna Cartar Michael Chambcrt Morino Gonialej Socorro Gonzales VicePrejident Linda Iwatoko CharUtto McCruder Salvador Mejico Margaret Mendez Roi Milton Treoiurer Ronald Wilson Helen Peeivrt Michelle Robnetl Kenneth Smith Pearlene Tyson Shirley Waters 84 Full of get up and go ore our C.S.F. members. The CS.F. is our Honor Society club con- sisting of those students who have maintained high academic ratings and demonstrated out- standing leadership qualities. Membership is based upon ten point scholastic achievement in classes requiring preparation and homework. Beginning her first year as a sponsor is Mrs. Johnnie Brooks, who has done a terrific job. Who knows, we may have on Einstein among us! Reginald Berchett Douglas Harris President Larry Fenderson Derwin Gefries CI m CJIuh Boasting some of the highest-powered brains on campus this year, the chess club has been a stimulating arena for aficionados of this most ancient and complex form of mental combat. Blasting away at each other over the checkered fields of battle each afternoon in room 36, the members are eagerly looking forward to more recruits and more hard-fought tournaments in the year to come. Clarence Tartt Ted Woods Future TeacWs To be or not to be . . . that is the question. The club is composed of students interested in entering the field of teaching. During the year the members are student teachers at the neighboring elementary schools learning the problems that confront all teachers. To all future teacher members we say, " Lots of Luck " ! Delores Bizzeil Kathy Flynn Geraldine Lee Clarence Nolan Diane Parmer Gwen Servine Betty Washington 85 M(cHele Allup Ivy Andtrton Chrittma Briggi Valencia Dewberry Carol Dominguez Cherrie fi ' e Cynthia Thoma Pretident Fuiute NicholcM Forney Mary Friend N ' HH f •0 ' l»f II B ' enda Charle Priscillo Chlim 1 Alice Dunlap Boi — : •■ Ello Erwm Mabel Kimble VicePrejidenI Jammie Fleekt Wo KeiuAfee t6 ' ' Pm Hard Gout Debra dlbort 12! Th |ma Grant St«phani» Haqan Juontto Hammondi GUnda Hall Alic Hicks . J SI 86 Brvnda Hoplnni B«tty Jackion Donm Jon»t Potricio Jonci Brvndo Kvlltr Anm Lvwit J4 - dij Doris McClung Stephane McDaniel Sharon McDonald ini Wanda McGregor fl Loretta McLemore Brendo Marcellus Phyliss Mason Sally Miranda Linda Moore ieatrice Montgomery Yolonda Morales Dianne Owens Linda Pendleton Gloria Periz Gwen Perry Aitheo Powell Diane Price Sherry Riley The future Homemakers club is composed of girls who plan to one day moke a career in home economics. By learning to cook, sew, and budget household money. They can look forward to a successful future! fA iFft Wanda Roberson Norma Roberts Carol Rogers Estello Scott 1 4 i6% t k Freda Stevens Evelyn Thomas Rita Turner Pearlene Tyson Martha Spike dm Fannie William Louise Smith Eva William Mary Winszer w L Sharon Wiggins Ophelia White Patricio Warline Edwina Washington Nona Walker 87 Q dOAy Row I. Bottom Allie Venlren, Aleto Curelon, Jennell McCajter, Bobbie King. Mory Myrick. Monique Mclnnij, Linei Peten- Row 7 Darlenc Toylor, Potncio Kmcey, Judy Wnght. Cynthia Jomet. Corolyn Conn« ». Jockie Doy. Roulette White. Soroh Brown. Michelle Cochron. Horriet long, Avilo Henderion Row 3; Sonja Riley, Alma Jnckion. Renee Perkini, Moble Cortington. Brenda Hall. Barlene Hogon. Joon Milchail, Alic» Hicki, Monico Williams, Shirley Mylei. Patricia McClemore. Claudia Adami, Alicio Butler Avilo L Htnderton President linez Peters Vice ' President Kathleen Shepherd Secretary Alice Butler Sergeant ot Arms jm I nesT BecoMt VKmrim of TOS auB 1 USt To HAvf TRQuHur 88 7ee is Front; Saundra Thompson, Inez Ellis, Carolyn Carrol, Cheryl Wagner. Bock: Brenda Allmond, Yvonne Myrick, Marilyn Dixon, Jackie Cochran, Sylvia Collier. IL© ft QojpkoMfJti Bottom, Row 1: Estella Swain. Helen Greene, Josie Willioms, Brenda Morcellous, Jessie Bass, Frances Parker. Row 2; Grace HencJerson, Don Linda Moore, Sherry White, Andrea Thornton, Qwen Skillern, Cynthia Allman, Verda Papillien, Darilyn Shaw. Row 3: Debra Poole, Martha Boru Wise, Joan Ravare, Jon Graham, Darlene Barnes, Zernetta Scott, Alice Harper. zello Lee, nde, Vera 89 f ies Ktatg th Wondo B«o«l»y Icoh Oioz Ruth Edmondion Sharoo McCord O«lorot Pride Dclorii Smith Donna Iroy B«tty Washington Valio Juarvz S«cr lary Jackie Hooks Vice-President Cheryl Diot President Headed by Mrs. Helen Heckl, our school nurse, and Cheryl Diaz, the Spars have participated in numerous community and school projects. Two oufstonding services the Spars rendered v rere acting as volunteer Candy Stripers at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital and serving as aides at neighboring health centers. The members hove represented us well in keeping Centennial number ONEn 90 Utt i CM) George Bell Rhodo Bowers Madelyn Coleman Chormoine Childress David Crawford Nannelte Crowford Jonice Culberson Robert Devault Gloria Dredd Melanie Gibson Linda Humphries Mary Hunter Ronald Irving Naomi Jackson iift h Cynthia Johnson Rory Land Maurice Lawson Adrian McDoniel Loretta McLemore Patricia McLemore Vjola Major: i Roi Milton Clarence Nolan Helen Peters Deborah Pierce Janice Roy Larry Richardson Sherry Riley Doris Robertson Zennetta Scott Patricia Shaw Ruth Thompson Doris Woodberry President Kenneth Baptist Vice-President Carl Joseph Secretary Sonja Johnson Sponsor Mr. Navari 95 CjpOMislvCM) Juanito Albright Sharon Campb«ll Edward Chorlct Petro Chavez Joe DiDi W.lly Ellton Nicholette Forney Aletha Jamet Geraldme lee LOS AAAIGOS UNIDOS Here on our campus we are fortunate to have such on outstanding club as LOS AMIGOS UNIDOS, our Spanish speaking club on campus. Uncier the direction of Mr. Gonzales the club went on its annual tour to Padua Hills, hod its annual banquet, and wound up the year with its biggest octivity, the Cinco De Mayo As- sembly, in which the students sang songs and performed dances traditional to Mexico, thereby bringing a greater knowledge and understanding of the ways and customs of our neighbors to the south. irti I rjiiiera Mario ' ■ Gloria rT Alicto To ' " " 96 Ann Alley Arthur Cribbs Mrs. L. Chapman Alice BuTler Aleta Cureton Irene Monge Pat Kincy Manuel Monge Melanie Gibson Valerie Gordon 1 Eddie Green Avila Henderson BtotWuwvi Nadine Mumford Clarence Nolan Debroh Moore Renee Moore Sonya Riley Kathy Shepherd 97 Bow 1. lealed Jane Buto ' d. Linda Smith, Curli» Wyott. Edno Sanderi, Judy Pitman, Oulores Foiier. Ywonne Sido. Mr Lewit. Row 2: Williom Hortfisld. Daan Pmkney, Coraen Womack, Gaorge Jenkinj, Dorii Lawit A CM) Beginning their first year on the reservation IS the Art Club. Under the direction of Mr. Lewis, the Art Club has been of great assistance to our student body. Making posters, stage props, ond learning to appreciate the meaning of good ort is their main goal. lid vdkS CotutCtfi . . . Front: Kothleen Shepherd, Alicia Torres, Cheryl Diaz, Gwendolyn Van Hook, Cynthia Thomas, Monique Mclnnic, Sarah Brown, Janet Culberson; Bock- Richard Alexander, Frank Ayola, Donald Alley, Samuel Williams, Renee Moore, Kenneth Baptist, Clarence Nolan, Chauncey Ferguson, Jack Avila, Andrew Coatney. flJblAJonk Composed of all club presidents, the Interclub Council has hod a great year. The purpose of the Interclub Council is to build a better understanding among different clubs on compus, and to know more about various octivities on campus. Under the direction of Carolyn Connors, Commissioner of Service Organizations, the Interclub Council has functioned v ell. 09 Auiio- VUaoi Oiew From Left to right: Herman Randla. Gary Spicer, Melvin Stanley, Stanley Smgleion. Tyree Hall. Ronald Roberion ityj Utyuvuj Cta from left to right Lin io PsnUlslon. Solly Miranda. Linda Garrett, Mn Anne Guberrr on. Mi» Rubye Taylor. Our audio-visual crew has brought to us o greater knowledge of bygone days os well as a glimpse of New Horizons, while the library staff, under the guidance of Miss Rubye Tay- lor, are always on hand to help us find books and reference materiol to further widen our edu- cational goals. 100 [ HtlTeiMA fsT-QOICIcli r n . HMO I OoU T KKOW Tl t t " " " " T Se HAS THCP£«tol) 6cr Rumous L wfclA o «k THAT ' S Tjtf m rmj: riL COPY FROM You P!tu 101 Jj Cm - Oavid Poland F-n vp-j . ir ' t ' tt Donno Jones I •■ J ' : " ' ' e ' lcn ' ' Archie Ivy Mike All»up V : •• Ronald Fetder A Boost o Cl Boosts Cl SioUtgut ' Clii Booite Lii MiHM KIH Hf .11 f Andf»o Thornton Manuel Monjr Michelle Alljup J.imci Hull Do ' ilena Edmonion i(AL In III itliii.,1 J Cw«n SkllUr Curtli Carter Jooneite White Rand Niblelt Joiie Willianu . ' . •:.nm Harllield ■ - i-- Vice Pfendeni Ptendent Sponsor 102 Ben AJvinculj Mike Arago«« Alicia Torrct Mrs I. Jonat Sonja Riley Gwen Ellis %h k Ouh :u, au Harold Rushing Cookie Harris Helen Green N Freddie Peace ' m Tommy Johnson ' JJ ' Valerie Gibson Shoron Wiggins Yvonne Sido Lois Jackson Jackie Webb Gerald Byous Robbie Coleman Doreen Jackson Penny Nozel Jan Grahom Cheryl Braro Freda Stevens Francine Shepherd Sharon Mack Sandra Campbell Judy Pittmon Nothoniel Mitchell kA Betty Montgomery Dolores Foster Helen Blair Rosalind Charles Cynthia Allman 103 C Mt MfiJtJ Jockl Brookt Nancy Irapkt Rote Davit Jockie Day Earl Etrrada MoMie Hcndiickt ' k Harriot Long .1 sill ' lix jd Gloria Dredd Judy Farley Alma Jackion Gertrude Fraduie Marilyn Gibson N Loweeda Giln Cynthia James Deborah Lambert Shirley Lewis Trreta Morelond Ppnny Nazel Irene Noriega Rabettee Orme ' . iS- i ik 104 Bcrtillci Ptrkini H l«n P««t«rt R rt«« Proctor landra Robmton Darlene Taylor Heddie White Barbara Williams Marva Williams Judy Wright Leaders Delores Green J Brenda AAcHenry ( : ' J! fsk Leader Mable Carrington Claudia Adams Alice Butler Carol Dominguez Shirley Jernigon Sponsor Miss Stump Judy Kemp President Pat McLemore Vice-President Poulette White Secretary Marie Brown Treasurer Linda Jwasaka 105 I? Inrl Afnnk K ntt.o M nHrrk I % :) V- ;)oboroh lambort. N ' vc Williami, louida Gilmore. Tefeio Morelond. Helen Peeleri. k Dorl.n. Toylor. Mori Brown. Gloria Dradd. Horri«i long. Bariillo Ptrklnt. Cynlhio Jomoi, Eorl Ettrodo. i t L-R, Rose Davis, Nancy Brooks, Paulette White, Alma Jackson, Rabette Orme, Barbara Williams, Heddie White. Cjsj(d (meiM L-R, Delores Green and Brenda McHenry. 107 9 R 108 V i s F Gkk Left to Right: Claudia Adams, Shirley Jermgon, Pot McLemore, Leader Mable Carrington, Carol Dominguez, Alice Butler, Judy Kemp. Uftj(w«tfes Jackie McCullough, Pris- cilla Chism. Grace Harris, JoAnn McClendon, Leader Aleta Cureton. 109 Michal Jackion Gregory Clork Jockie Coleman Ra% CU) Friendly and full of Apache spirit is the Rally Club. It is composed of Varsity Song and Yell Leaders, and has been one of the most active and energetic clubs at the Ten " this year. Our song and yell leaders were seen at most athletic events and pep assemblies, leading the Apaches through many of their War Hoots. Cheers to all of them! Moggie Dovis D Georgina Beon Karitn Wnd» Oorii Pob«rtion LO ' o Milch«ll Kathl««n Sh«phtrd Mist Stump Sponior 110 RiujtfuM S v U Tv fOy Ml R Do ■If 5 lA (iMX ViS Kneeling: Louis Williams, Arthur Browning Standing; Calixtro Rivera, Eric Reeves, Larry Richardson. Top picture: Preston Foster, Wil- lard King, Garnck Shofner. Right Picture: Teddy Grant, James Hill, Robert Cormock, Jaime Silva. t • i t % W 1 M i- ( E u{ £uHhiS -iU- Row 1 Botfom: Joan Daily, Camille Shackelford, Patricia Ivey, Michele Ally ; Shirley Ward, Elaine Bolton, Glendo Hall, Ada Sherow, Helen Alexander. Row 2: Karen Wright, Mary Myrick, Sherry White, Lynda Gunn, Clono Markham, Joyce Walker, Lula Stewart, Christine Johnson, Erma Washington. Row 3: Charles Robertson, Ronald Roberson, Clayton Burley, Terry Jones, John Redmond, Dorothy Gregory, Maureen Crump, Patricia Franklin, Melvin Reagan. 15 Boilom, Row 1 . Brcndo Oliney, Wondo McGragar, Brendo Woodman. Cathy Flynn, G«rirude laiter, Minnie Reed. Phyllis Maton. Row 2: India lott, Lindo LeFlore. lindo Young. Eorlene McGowon. Bermta Thomos. Gwendolyn Ellli. Evelyn Johnson. Gwendolyn Daniels. Suionne Macel. Row 3: Shirley Chappie. Deborah Edwards. Essie James. Gloria Brown. Diane Parmer. Potncio Moifield. Norma Yerger. Cynthia Allmon. Joan West. Row 4: Chairmame ChildretS; Elaine Moore. Diane Eunn. Lena Allen. Genenieve Wotkins, Brenda Norwood. Sandra Wilson. Cathy Hommond. Doralena Edmonson, Bertha Bodon. CWefe The Cadeftes and Drill Team are well disciplined groups thof per- form duties and uphold principles on the reservation. Under the direction of Miss Ida Magee, the Codetfes and Drill Team stand out os a banner unit wliich help and emphasize spirit here, nt th . TENi 116 :3 BS ' it M Jlr i Bottom, Row 1: Jessie Louis, Shirley Ward, Brenda Buckner (Mascot), Perlme Fradine, Mary Williams. Row 2; Jeanelt White, Janet Taylor, Izanefta Burnes, Claudia Faulkner, Sharon Fryer, Cassandra Chaney, Nonnette Crewford, Elzeta Perry, June Lee, Linda Smith. Paula Williams. Row 3: Angelina Clegg, Betty Johnson, Bartholia Williams, Patricio Lawson, Michelle Vallery, Glendo Williams, Jackie Cole, Stephanie Hogan, Wendy Brown, Bernadine Lee. Row 4: Myrtle Dotson, Barbara Smith, Willie Burton, Pheletrio McGill, Mamie Miles, Lois Fuller, Shirley Williams, Sherilyn Southwell, Sandra Reece, Brenda Coyfon, Mary Mitchell. D 7ea » Charmaine Childress Private Brenda Oliney Private Phyllis Mason Mennie Reed Company Commander Company Commander Brenda Bucker Mascot India Lott Chief of Staff Jenette White Company Commonder Paulo Williams Assistant Company Commander 117 jt j ' ,r Mo»by William Jackson Wayne Simpion Letfe iKeKS TeH Ma%Tert to the activity feast ► ' 1 One of the muit rebpeeieu oiyurnzations on connpus T J 1 is he Lettermens Club. Moscle-bound and brawny ffie y I Lettermen ore continuously on duty keeping Centennial number ONE! fl Under the direction of Coach Aaron C. Wade, the B Lettermens Club is one of the most outstanding clubs on f campus. The Lettermen are composed of young braves Reggie Henry who hove earned a letter in a varsity sport. During the year the Lettermen enjoyed such activities as their visit art museum and Farmers Market. Topping the year off is their most outstanding the Lefterman picnic. Held at Irvine Park the braves bring their squaws for a grand Arthur Monlgomery Secretary Sam Williomi (■reiident WoTpn 8 ' oolit Thomai Hunter Joe Fronkt 1)8 Alex Lewis pus Ite 1 iiol the lOn ives the H USt H ' n MWC FOR CrOfli UH£ SrifHDS Donald Alley Vice-President Sponsors ±...J F Travmeo Riley 1 I Eddie Sweet Ronald Wilson Treasurer Charles Blanton Roy Evans Jack Avialo Tyrone Perry Mr. Wade Mr. Shimabukuro Kenneth Smith Ronald Irving 119 TWH iiiAuJjS ' ZSi ftichord Alexonder Projident Tomahawk and Sweetheart Off Joe Adame VicePreipdert Henry Turner Secretary Fronk Ayoio Treojurer Pol McLemore Preiident Judy Forley Vice President Norrrto Roberts Secretary Marilyn Gibson Treasurer This year the Tomahawks, formerly o boys club, was converted into o coeci- club by Mr. Lowrence Freeman. On campus and at all sports activities, the Tomahawk boys are recognized by their green blazers and the sweethearts can be seen in their dazzling gold sweaters. This outstanding and vivacious organization provided many activities for Centennial such as after-school dances, victory dances, candy sales and provided buses for all sports activities. Mr Lawrence freeman Sponsor M ' cnnei Dickson Bohhy Midleton lorry Parkins Ronald Criss Charles McOamals aji: di 120 Joy Tvjckof !» Dorrot Noah Jockion Richa ' d Andf»w iilly lundy T04niKcduiuufks Curtis Jenkins Joe Cowan Keith Green Jonnell Holly Eugene Moore John Thomas Arthur Browning Melvin Odom Arthur Cribbs Melvin Tucker PI «•» Karl Blankenship Jonny Noble Willie Blakley Charles Woodard Leodis Adams Harold Newman Rolph Moore Manuel Monge Theodore Watson Maurice Lawson Joseph Grayson Joe Carrington 121 TCmioJiiOuujks Imet Pe ' r ' i Mab •- Debbie Fiiher Valerie Gordon JenrwII McCofter Beverly Buie Alice Hicki Nadir e Munford Cheryl Pullord Jennifer Nonce (n » j §?. w. Neenon PofU Glono Walker Cherrie File Vergie Tymony Barbara William Robbir Sandra Jone Heddi Wh.ir. n- " Cheryl Williami Grace Horrit Sarah Brown 122 Qw diil OAJtS Gwen Williams Paulette White Kaaren Jackson { tmL I Bobble King Rose Davis i 1 ' k. Judy Wright Gloria Dredd Debbie Pierce Aleta Cufeton Dorlene Taylor Yvone Davis Gwen Perry Earlene Hogan aT i9l Vernice Zomolt Jackie McCullough Vera Allen Joan Mitchell Jody Shipp JoAnn McClendon Jackie Day Mattie Hendricks Cora Mitchell Linda Humphries Gwen White 123 Gvth fiSMub .... I President Sarah Brown Correiponding Sccrtlary Joan Mitchell Vermce Zomalt Lorrine Armtleod Beverly Bui Vice President Earlene Hogon Treaiurer Secretary Jennifer Nance Publicity Manager Korran Simmoni Sue Burnt Sponjor Mri V. Schnnedej Sergeant -at -Arms Lindo Mixon Sharlet Anderson Joon Daily Bret da Folley @ Eiio Harm BrerKJa Hopkins Ruth Jefferson Jennifer Nance Sandra Norrit 124 . . . Assoctdttow Esfer Pope Karran Simmons Alberta Stephens Yvonne Brooks Brenda Gibbs Lois Moore Deborah Poole StTiLH. ' - Moble Wright Vernice Zomalf Yuvenne Brooks ' W Helen Green Eleanor Jefferson Elaine Mitchell Lorroine Mixon Marine Jupiter Clora Weston Ophellia White Patrice White Wanda White Clauciia Washington Denise Nash Zernetta Scott Paula Moore Shirley Finley Joyce Craton Joetto Brown 125 Kalhlcen Shepherd Editor in chief Clarence Nolan Asioca ' e Editor jli6 WCtA Somuel Burleson Make-up Editor Moble Carnnglon ' Andrew Cootney Chief Photogropher Rose Davis Ronald Felder Class Editor Beverly King Sports Edit or Reynard Langston Sonja Johnson Photographer Linez Peters Senior Class Editor Ivory Scott Photographer C Ct4 ' 66 ' Paulefte White Mr. J. Blatf Advisor Alicia Torres Business Manager 127 Jack Avila Publicity Joe Ada me Publicity Sellena Carter Editorial Editor William Lundy Business Manager ' I Sonja Riley Publicity Maureen Siler Feature Page Jeanette White Publicity Brendu Woodman Feature Editor Ajpo CiQiKjol Allie Ventress Sports Editor Mr. Richard Mumper Journalism Advisor Clarence Nolan Editor-in-Chief 129 To record faithfully the story of year, to preserve memories, to show the many events of The Res- ervation, the competent and effi- cient Apache Signal staff worked hard to put out the newspaper. Res. ef ' :. " ked 36 ' v, •, ■ ■ r T r M Uv. T0f Vily CViinUihohxxAJb ' f K ' Uv. Joe U cui , Ui. dujAies Biou ' K FOOTBALL SCORES Centenniol Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial Centennial 41 32 14 43 6 21 20 48 41 Jordan . . . Muir S. A. Valley Chaffey . . Compton . Lynwood Dominguez Warren . . . Paramount PLAY-OFFS 41 Servjte . . 21 El Rancho 25 Redlands Mater Dei 353 These three boys have been chosen for their outstanding contributions to the Varsity football team here at Centennial Senior High. Each of these boys have re- ceived the most honors and av ords ever given to any football player. The awards received are as follows: Mickey Cureton: All-League First Team Offense, Outstanding Player of the League, Outstanding Back of the League, AII-C.I.F. First Team, C.I.F. Co-Player of the Year, and the Outstanding Player of the Paramount game; Mickey is the only player who has received Player of the Week twice. Athlete of the Year, and High School All-American. Ted Masters: All-League First Team Offense, All-League First Team Defense, AII-C.I.F. Second Team, Most Valuable Player of the Dominguez game, and the Outstanding Defensive Lineman of the Year. Samuel Williams: All-League First Team Offense and Defense, AII-C.I.F. First Team, Co-Captain of the Year, Most Valuable Player of the Compton game, and the Most Inspirational Player of the Year. 135 C tst LfiAgufi CkuHbimtS jtonold All(» Richard Andrew! Bernard Braddy Warren Brooks Mickey Cureton Michael Danlelt lorry Davn Roy Evonj Joe Frailer Joieph Frank Fred Cray Ronald Gregory 136 C.f.P. J MJIMM -Vjp Glenn Hamilton Carl Joseph Bruce Perkins Reginald Henry Alexander Lewis Absenf when pictures were made Leonard Randle T Robert Jackson William Jockson Theodore Masters Statue Mosbey Treslyn Shelton 137 Wayne Simpion r . Stanley Smglefon Kenneth Smtih Waller Taylor Eddie Sweet Robert Ihomai Ralph Turner Ralph Watkini Ronald Williomt Samuel Williamt Ronald Wilton 138 A VtcWi, Vtctfwu, is mnj G, 144 PootbftE We made it! For the second year in a row our hard-fighting Bee Football team has brought victory and honor to the reservation, dur- ing Coast League play. Under the coaching of Mr. Thrclkeld, and Mr. Granger, these boys showed that they were able to hold their own and stay on top against odds that were at times, overwhelmingly high. Bee Football team we salute you for a job well done! SCORES Centennial 32 L. B. Jordan 20 Centennial Muir 21 Centennial 7 Santa Ana Centennial 24 Chaffey 2 ' Centennial 7 Compton 6 Centennial 18 Lynwood 13 Centennial 48 Dominguez Centennial Warren 7 Centennial 40 Paramount 176 88 CjOOSt UjOu uJ CiuUKpS ! )$i Cuj I V-i -c -t-o ' -tj ! 145 J? IS ■ji i y Piatcess UfttCfi CfiAAlngtwi Piat;Ce S . . . Pii tce s . . . PtX tce s . . . Piiitcess . . . Piiacess . . . JuiJtii U tTgfufc 147 V Wayn Hambnck Miller Chomberi Gary Kones Willie Blakely Under the direction of Mr. Johnston, a coach unafraid to try new combinations and rnethods to insure victory, our spirited and hard-fighting Varsity Basketball Team had a nearly perfect season this year. Overcoming a slow start, our boys came to life in the middle of the season to weed out the boasters and has-beens on the court and capture a coveted second place in Coast League play. Thomrii Hiinlrr Mr Johnston Vji-idi ' --1 Travineo Riley Timothy Burchett VoA thj BasMM William Hall Joe Frasier jjLLi 1 1 t mm Arthur Montgomery Donald McCoy Rov Gilliord mm l ll W T r- ■ - — — i m — tntenniol FCentennial CAntennial ' enfenniol. Centennial . Centennial Centennial. Centennial . Cen jinni 3V . CeMenmal . Centennial Ceniarin al . CerSTTimal , Centennial Centennial . Centennial. CentennialJ Centennial] Centenniaf Centennial Certenni Cenfenne Centt " I. al. Cent. ;! Ctn ' CentennJ BASKETBALL SCORES ' • Saint Antiiony ». 51 Downey : 36 .51 ' ola .44 .61 - Ver . ...76 .69 Re io%o . ..56 .72 LB Jordan . ' ■..50 . 73 Serra T- ■ ° .67 Fernim iTusen .... " ..72 .61 Burban. • • • .58 Redlan ' :. .... .56 Pacific 8 .51 Saint Bernard . . . V. ' 42 .74 Mount Carmel ... ■.58 .60 Torrance .73 .97 Lakewoc .62 L. B. Jor ion . 48 Compton .55 Lynwood . . . . T40 .49 Dominguez .5 Warren . . 65 Paramount . . - B - ' ' 71 Compton . . . . g ' . 63 73 Lynwood B ;» ' 5 .48 Dominguez I H . . .44 .69 Warren . . . ! B . . .78 .54 Paramount Botom Itow; left to Righl: Meredith Cox. Korl Blankenjhip. Michoel Chomberj. Joe Bankj, Ronold Wicki, Joseph McColl. Brian Thompion. Leonard Thompton lop Mr Fuhrer. Harold Turner. Elbert Dixon. Cheiler Fonlenot. Edword Charlei, Michael Piltj. Stanley Crowford, Dedr.ck Brown. Rhoderick Talum. McArthur Smith.. Although fhey suffered from in- experience, our spirited J.V. Basket- ball Squad kept a winning attitude when lesser teams would have given up and fallen by the way- side. Although this was a losing sea- son for the hard-fighting team, star players materialized from an otherwise discouraging picture. Among these were Brian Thomp- son and Meredith Cox, who, be- cause of their outstanding play, were oble to spark the teams mor- ale even while in defeat. Even though most of the better players of the team will be moving up to the Varsity squad. Coach Fuhrer is looking forward to O brighter season next year because the boys will profit from this year ' s mistakes and will hove more ex- perience. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Centennial 36 Centennial 44 Centennial 44 Centennial 34 Centennial 58 Centennial 32 Centennial 46 Centennial 52 Centenniol 55 Centennial 40 Compton 40 Lynwood 50 Domrnguez 36 Warren 59 Paramount 57 Compton 64 Lynwood 58 Dominguez 38 Warren 57 Paramount 42 154 I ' ' i - - Row 1 Bortom Gene Taylor. Kcnnelh Baptist, Marvin Jones, Marvin Allen. Adr.an Metoyer. Bob Murphy. Michoel Fi»her. Henry Morgon. Row 7: Lynwood -•nderton. Raymond Eagland, Clifford Montgomery. Theodore Woods, Mtchael Cochran COAST LEAGUE GAME SCORES Centenniol 45 Compton Centennial 44 Lynwood Centennial 69 Dominguez . . . . Centennial 66 Warren Centennial 53 Paramount Centenniol 52 Compton Centennial 58 Lynwood Centennial 71 Dominguez . . . . Centennial 49 Warren Centpnnial 60 Primmoimt 567 .73 .39 .35 .87 .47 .50 .47 .42 65 .42 527 Although the Bees did not win the League championship, they finished in a tie for second place with a respectable 7 and 3 record. Some of the non-gradu- ating Bees should definitely move up to the Varsity squad next season. 156 (tow t. iH: Archie Ivy. Alvin Word, Anthony Franklin. Richard Rojs. Roben Butler, Arthur Jonet Row 2 Mr Woods. William Clark. John Turner, John Martin. Clorence Wright. Dona Engluh For the first time in several years, the Cee basketball team really came into its own with on exceptional record of 15 victories, and only one loss. In summing up the 1965-66 season, Coach Bill Woods had this to say: This IS undoubtedly the best group of boys I have ever had the pleasure to work with during my coaching career — one that spans eighteen years. There was not a selfish lod in the bunch; it wos a case of one for all, and all for one " The feathered headdresses of all on the Apache Reserva- tion ore doffed to a fine squad and a hard-working Coach in bringing the Cee Coast League Basketboll Championship back to Centennial. CEE BASKETBALL SCORES Centennial 39 Compton ... 29 Centennial 40 Lynwood . ... 37 Centennial 42 Dominguez . ... 38 Centennial 42 Warren . . 2) Centennial 47 Paramount . . . . ... 34 Centennial 39 Compton .... 36 Centennial 40 Lynwood . 41 (Overtime) Centennial 64 Dominguez 33 Centennial 39 V arren ...33 Centennial 2 Paramount . . . .... (for feit) 394 302 C Bosk ibM 158 it us Pogfi is RjfiSfiw jo t tkofc . . V V P v.k ' lo 1 J67L UlQ. 7 i )4l ti ( Us-O tv; A - S - NOO CjCCA O b!. f-C ' ' ' l " ? ' " ' ' ' V iv-fli co . 1 u)ok M(n 4U U co ujooli ' ' ' ' " ■ ' • ' ) ■ ' " " ' :c ' .y, U) Oo4 i-J -f6 ' c s; P6TCci n- - o u ir ?-) ca ' " l c j-LA + un . J ic( r U,B (7 x) U C6. UJ ) y ' i- l Ln -i- (c? ' - ' olm " (?t ? -i V ' ' F ' ? ' :ii " - ■ [ ; 3. 4 ■•• .H ' :) •i ) N- V . ■Av , I " -lyU ll [JJjJ ' f 159 re UiauWV BojsfefitWi R )ydJ j P ' utvCiSS . . . R sajWa UoiifeutO ' P t tce s liUouO JUm Piotce s . . Paujfiefte U fufe 161 (S AtWeftc Associottow -( % ■ft i ! j (top row I to r| Lenoro Jefferson, Clara Weston. Linda Mixon, Jennifer Nance, Eorlene Hogan, Paula Moore, Mane Jupiter, Joyce Croyton, Ruth Jefferson, Yvonne Brooks, Mable Wright, Alberta Stephens, Karran Simmons, (2nd row I to r) Beverly Buie, Conne Armsteod, Brendo Floly, Joan Haswell, Vernice Zomalt, Brendo Gibbs, Sharon Campbell, Demse Nosh, Nicholette Forney, Lois Moore, Claudio Washington, Shirley Finley |3rd row I to r) Jo Etfo Brown, Sylvia Moore, Elaine Mitchell, Wondo White, Nodine Woodberry, Yuovenne Brooks, Mrs. V. Schmedes, Norma Allen (4th row I to r) Grace Anderson, Joan Daily, Doris Woodberry, Patrice White, Sharlet Anderson, Esta Horns, Soundra Morris, Esther Pope, Brendo Hopkins. Under the strong and energetic leadership of their president, Ruth Jefferson, the fun-loving girls of the G.A.A., enjoyed many worthwhile events this past season. Annong the cherished memories that the girls hold are those of their field trip to the Hollywood Wax Museum, that was a. smashing success; the basketball playday at Warren, and the gala banquet at the Tick-Tock, in Hollywood. Helping Ruth Jefferson with her duties were Esta Harris, the V.P., Leonora Jefferson, the secretary, Regina Smith, Darren Simmons, and Doris Woodberry, assistant secretary, treasurer and sergeant-at-arms respectively. All are devoted officers of this constructive organization. Being led by the very vibrant Mrs. V. Schmedes, the mem- bers of the Girls Athletic Association have attained many New Horizons this year! ' ■fOf J 164 " r t ' 165 dlviiies i A6v-6o M I,- V, V,- V- k . - 1 . N-f Sc We« ' N Jv-iv iC • • A, COAjCik ' B OlM (Uwdb AiAjiU ' ■ ■ JfT Jo ljiK UcCWW Gctku j nj L . . . I 17: 173 Lovely princess Sarah Brown and her escort, Rich- ard Alexander, step proudly. Radiant Gail Minters and her handsome escort, Randolph Douglas. iHl ' lUJ i ff -1 i .11 4 ' .tTr , ' ;. Arthur Montgomery is hardly sleepy with lovely Dorothy Bailey at his side. Walking proudly, Bob Murphy escorts lovely prin- cess Jackie Day. Clnuk Resewafeo ! lUodbwOS .... 1966 s u f KillO . t • " m ( !j ' " Every Negro Who Discharges His Duty Faithfully Is Making a Real Contribution " _:af t hLDERAL JUUOH William H. Hastie, 59, graduate of Amherst and Harvar Whot do you moan you forgot the music ? ? ? Beattiij 04! tfie . . . Look in my eyes Q(k d A . . . bJ • . . ut ce ie v. • . idtouous A • • • i H W A • • • cco foUi V . . • f JCW-OuS M • . • tC€ to- be. cmuMji A • • • tfceKjfeai T. . • ad t . . . obk t- • • • OQ 1 . . . (u)ag(ti . • . euouS S-12 188 190 I i •Jrtoi y pOudiiS ifCiiliJ e s. " I was born like this, what s your excuse ' — Linez Peters ■ ' But I didn t do it, Mama! — Ronald Felder " I II Spit On Yal ' — Sally Mi- randa ' Our Group Had 21 % Fewer Cavities " — Alicia Torres " OopsM I Did it again " — " So s your old man! ' Jackie McCowon Beverly Buie How do you like my new " Sweets For The Sweet French Hair-do, Honey — Pat Carlisle Edna Hill " First you put your right foot out " — Samuel Peace Debbie " Don ' t Scare me like that! Rita Combre " A funny thing happened to me on my way to the Nursery — Judy Wnght When I grow up — Odell Mathieu ■ I ' m on the boll ' — Willard King 9 Ive seen The time when flowers were fashionable " — Beverly King men Just one more for the Road — Sonja John- son 1 had better hurry before the library closes — Mr. L. C. Freeman Another hard day ip the gym " — Mrs. Y. Schmedes 1 " Hey Mow I m Starvm — Samuel Burleson " I ' ve always I joLed way darlings — Mis Stump ' Kmg of the Crib " — Paul If I doodit Im gonna get a spanking! Brown . . I doodit anyway! — Jackie Coleman " SMILE you ' re on CANDID CAM- ERA " — Karran Simmons Q JU Aclueij Meitfe Adams, Claudia Drama Club Tomahawks Flag Girl Y-Teens Adams, Leodis Tomahawks Adame, Joseph Commissioner of Publications Tomahawks (Vice-president) Allen, Marvin Tomahawks Bee Basketball (Captain) Alley, Donald ASB President Lettermen Club (President, Vice-president) Outstanding Offensive Lineman Varsity Football Team Optimist Boy of the Month Interclub Council Allsup, Michael Booster Club World Friendship Club Choir Andrews, Richard Tomahawks Varsity Football Armand, Troy Electronics Club (Secretary) Chess Club Arrows Science Club Armstead, Corine Girls Athletics Association Ayala, Frank Arrows (President) Tomahawks (Treasurer) C.S.F. Tennis Team (Co-Captain) Bell, George Latin Club Tomahawks Buie, Beverly French Club Girls Athletic Association Tomahawks Blakely, Willie Band Orchestra Choraleers Tomahawks Basketball Team Boswell, Carol Principals Honor Roll Y-Teens Brewer, Roulette Future Homemakers Brooks, Jacqueline Centennettes Future Teachers Brown, Morcilyn Centennettes (Secretary) Browning, Arthur Tomahawks Burchett, Timothy Varsity Basketball Team Burleson, Samuel 66 War Cry Staff Band Senior Council Butler, Alice Brotherhood, U.3.A. Y-Teens Flag Girl Combre, Rita Y-Teens Future Homemakers Carlisle, Patricia Drafting Club Carrington, Mable Flag Girl (Leader) ASB Secretary Homecoming Princess Football Princess Tomahawks Carroll, Wanda Orchestra (President) World Friendship Club Carroll, Wendy Arrows Cassey, Joseph Track Chappie, Shirley Future Homemakers Cadettes Charles, Mary Choraleers Chism, Lonnie Mae Brotherhood U.S.A. Drama Club 197 Cfiiufw AcAxeu Hfiitfe Clemons, Truman Vice-President of Senior Class Coafney, Andrew Chess Science Club (President) Arrows Honor Roll Tennis Cochran, Michele Y-Teens (Treasurer) Drama Club Coleman, Jackie Rally Club Tutor Coleman, Joyce Chess Club Connors, Carolyn Y-Teens Interclub Council Tutor Principal ' s Honor Roll Commissioner Of Service Organizations Cowan, Joe Tomahawks March of Dimes Fund Committee Honor Student Criss, Ronald Tomahawks Baseball Culberson, Janice Latin Club Drama Club Tomahawks Curefon, Aleta Y-Teens Brotherhood U.S.A. Majorette Leader Football Princess World Friendship Club Daily, Joan G A.A. Future Homemakers Diaz, Joe Spanish Club Doctor, Carolyn Latin Club Dominguez, Carol Flog Girl Homecoming Princess Future Homemakers Dixon, Don Tomahawks Drama Club Dredd, Gloria Latin Club Y-Teens Science Club Tomahawks Edmond, Karen French Club Forensic Club (Treasurer) Brotherhood U.S.A. Ervin, Ella Jean Tomahawks Future Homemakers Evans, Roy Varsity Foofboll Lettermen Club (Secretary) Farley, Judy Centennettes Tomahawks (Vice-president) Senior Council Felder, Ronald Booster Club Drama Club 66 War Cry Staff Faulkner, Floydrina Drill Team Ferguson, Chauncey Arrows French Club (President, Vice-President) CSF Interclub Council Davis, Rose Centennettes Tomahawks Diaz Cheryl Spars (President) World Friendship (Secretary) Arrows Brotherhood U.S.A. Science Club Fleeks, Jammie Future Homemakers Flint, Tony Science Club Senior Council Frazier, Joe Varsity Football Varsity Basketball 198 Q don y.d lW6Jtn d Garrett, Linda Choraleers Ensemble Y-Teens Principal ' s Honor Roll Gipson, Melanie Y-Teens Latin Club Forensic Club Gonzalez, Marina CSF Goodloe, Glinda Latin Club Gordon, Valerie Brotherhood U.S.A. Tomahawks Goree, Nina Future Homemakers Greene, Keith ASB Treasurer ' Tomahawks Green, Deloris Centennettes (Leader) Commissioner of Finance Y-Teens Gunn, Lynda Tomahawks Hall, Brenda Y-Teens Science Club Booster Club Hammock, Bernadine Choraleers Principal ' s Honor Roll Hammonds, Juanita Future Homemakers Harris, Esta Girls Athletic Association (Vice-president) Soroptimist Girl of the Month Harris, Michael Varsity Tennis Team Harris, Ovid Tomahawks Varsity Football Haywood, Ralph J.V. Baseball Heads, Clyde Bee Football Team Henderson, Avila Drama Club Brotherhood U.S.A. Tomahawks Y-Teens (President) Interclub Council Senior Council Hendricks, Mottle Centennettes Tomahawks Senior Council Hester, Cynthia Girls Athletic Association Hicks, Alice Future Homemakers (Treasurer) Booster Club Hilton, Wanda Principal ' s Honor Roll Hollingquest, Rhoda Boosters Club Holly, Johnell Tomahawks Hooks, Jacqueline World Friendship (Treasurer) French Club Spars (Vice-president) Hopkins, Brenda Future Homemakers Girls Athletic Association Humphries, Linda CSF Principal ' s Honor Roll Student Council Latin Club Hunter, Mary Jane Brotherhood U.S.A. Science Club Isaac, James Arrows Science Club Principal ' s Honor Roll Irving, Ronald Lettermen Club Baseball Team Latin Club Iwasaka, Linda Arrows (Secretary) CSF (Vice-president) Centennettes (Treasurer) Jackson, Alma Centennettes 199 Ce u w AcAxaie Ke tfe Jackson, Kaaren Tomahawks Jackson, Michelle Yell Leader Roily Club Jacl son, William Edward Lettermen Club Varsity Football James, Cynthia Centennettes Y-Teens James, George Band Jefferson, Ruth Girls Athletic Association Johnson, Andrew Technicals (President) Johnson, Sonjo Latin Club Newspaper Photographer Jones, Marvin Arrows ASB Vice-president Bee Basketball Joseph, Carl Rodney Varsity Football Latin Club (Vice-president) Lettermen Club Tutor Joseph, Paul Band Keller, Brenda Future Homemokers Kerlegon, Kothryn Tomohowks Kelley, Angenetto Booster Club Future Teachers Choroieers Kimble, Mable Future Homemokers (Vice-president) King, Bobbie Jean Y-Teens Tomohowks Senior Council Knox, Anita Future Homemokers Laster, Alvin Varsity Track Lowson, Mourice Latin Club Lawson, Patricia Drill Team Lee, Carolyn Roily Club Future Homemokers Lee, Geroldine Future Teachers Spanish Club Brotherhood U.S.A. Love, Rodney Track Team McClendon, Jo Ann Tomahawks Arrows Majorette Homecoming Court Football Court Y-Teens Tutor McDoniel, Charles Tomahawks Baseball Team Basketball Team McCoster, Jennell Tomahawks Y-Teens Spanish Club Interclub Council McKay, Dwoyelene Latin Club McLemore, Patricio Centennettes (President) Tomahawks (President) Latin Club Flog Girl Mason, Phyllis Jo Future Homemokers Masters, Ted Lettermen (Sgt. ot Arms) VFootboll Commissioner of Athletics All C.I F. End Outstanding Player of the Year All Coast League End 200 SetttM AcAxeue» ie«fe Mejico, Salvador CSF Arrows Lettermen Club (Assistant Secretary) AAendez, Margaret Arrows CSF Tutor Mike, Ray Principal ' s Honor Roll Mitchell, Cora Commissioner Of Activities Song Girl (Leader) Tomahawks Roily Club Principal ' s Honor Roll Tutor Mitchell, Joan Tomahawks Girls Athletic Association (Secretary) Y-Teens Student Council Forensic Club Monge, Irene Brotherhood U.S.A. Choraleers Montgomery, Arthur Lettermen Club Varsity Basketball (Co-Captain) Montgomery, Beatrice Future Homemokers Moore, Eugene Tomahawks Murphy, Joe Baseball Team Murphy, Lora Science Club Spanish Club Booster Club Principal ' s Honor Roll Myrick, Mary Y-Teens Nonce, Jennifer Latin Club Brotherhood U.S.A. Tomahawks Senior Council Arrows (Vice-president) Girls Athletic Association (Secretary) Commissioner Of Finance Noble, Johnny Tomahawks French Club Drama Club Nolan, Clarence Senior Council Interclub Council Editor In Chief Of Apache Signal Assistant Editor Of War Cry ' 66 Arrows Future Teachers Latin Club Tutor Principal ' s Honor Roll Oliver, Linda Tomahawks Moore, Glorious Arrows Tutor Y-Teens Principal ' s Honor Roll Moore, James Drama Club Moore, Renee Brotherhood U.S.A. (President) Interclub Council Arrows Moore, Robert L. Technicals Tomahawks Owens, Diane Future Homemokers Palmer, Penny Tomahawks Peace, Sameul Future Teachers Pendleton, Vivian Ensemble Perkins, Bertilla Centennettes Tomahawks Murphy, Robert Basketball Team Track Team Perkins, Renoi Y-Teens Drama Club 201 CmiM AcWu6 vi« ife Peters, Linez Y-Teeris IVice-president) Tomahawks War Cry 66 Staff Girls Athletic Association Pittman, Willie Varsity Basketball Team Poland, David Booster Club Pope, Esther Girls Athletic Association Potts, Neenon Tomahawks Pratt, Darrell Band Pride, Delores Spars Shepherd, Kathleen Y-Teens (Secretary) Interclub Council Song Girl Rally Club Arrows Editor in Chief Of the War Cry 66 Brotherhood U.S.A. Tutor Principal ' s Honor Roll Football Princess Simms, Earl Drum Major Orchestra Band Tutor Latin Club Booster Club Droma Club March of Dimes Fund Committee Smith, Johann Band Varsity Football Perez, Gloria Future Homemakers Spanish Club Reed, Minnie Cadettes Riley, Sonja Brotherhood U.S.A. (Vice-president) Boosters Club Publicity Staff French Club Forensic Club Rivera, Calixtro Rivers, Yolanda Senior Council Robinson, Richard Varsity Basketball Team Roach, Lewis Basketball Team Baseball Team Lettermen Club Shaw, Dwighf Tomahawks Latin Club Student Council Shaw, Patricia Latin Club Smith, Kenneth Lettermen Club (Secretary) Arrows (President) CSF Vfir ' iifv Foofhnll Teom Smith, William Arrows Boosters Varsity Tennis Team Chess Club Stevenson, Gwen French Club Stewart, Carol Forensic Club (Vice-president) Senior Council Survine, Gwendolyn Future Teachers (Vice-president) Drum Majorette Principal ' s Honor Roll Band Orchestra Football Princess Sweet, Eddie Lettermen Club Varsity Football Tartt, Clarence Chess Club Drafting Club Varsity Tennis Team 202 Cetu vt Acltieue Mfi tfe Taylor, Darlene Y-Teens Tomahawks Centennettes Thomas, Bernita Cadettes Thomas, Ina CSF (Secretary) Centennettes Arrows Torres, Alicia Spanish Club (President) Booster Club (President) Tomahawks Interclub Council Senior Council Business Manager — War Cry Staff Turner, Henry Tomahawks Turner, Lora Tutor Turner, Rita Future Homemokers Veal, Larry Track Team Walker, Gloria Tomahawks Washington, Betty Future Teachers Spars Webster, Jeral Forensic Club Tutor White, Heddie Centennettes Tomahawks White, Jeanette Orchestra Publicity Staff Senior Council Drill Team Future Homemokers White, Paulette Basketball Princess Senior Class Treasurer Centennettes (Vice-president) Y-Teens Tomahawks •66 War Cry Staff Wiggins, Samuel Track Team Williams, Cheryl Tomahawks Williams, Clevester Forensic Club Senior Council Optimist Club Winner Williams, Denise Latin Club Williams, Gwendolyn Tomahawks Senior Council Williams, Monica Y-Teens Williams, Samuel Lettermen Club (President) Varsity Football Team (Co-Captain) Willis, Lynda Y-Teens Wilson, Ronald Nolan ASB Treasurer Lettermen Club (Treasurer) Arrows Varsity Football Team CSF (Treasurer) Tutor Wilson, Edie Latin Club Commissioner of Activities Woodberry, Doris Girls Athletic Association Latin Club Choraleers (Secretary) Wright, Albert Band Wright, Esternola Drama Club Wright, Judy Tomahawks Centennettes Football Princess Zomolt, Vernice Girls Athletic Association (Treasurer) Y-Teens Tomahawks 203 SUPPORT 204 imsim Congratulations Enterprise Savings Loan Association Rosecrans Central Avenues Compton, California THE Set 11874 So. San Pedro Los Angeles, California Davills Sewing Basket Dressmaking and Alterations Ready to Wear 1109 East 85th Street Los Angeles, California Bus. Phone 589-8638 Esther Hill NE 6-5881 Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Class of 1 9661 From: Mr. Mrs. Manuel Torres 205 Mr. Kerr shows Linez Peters a few of their many beautiful shoes, but Linez can t seem to make up her mind. Pixyfaced Donna Iroy and handsome Earl Simms shop early for their prom attire. They seem to have found color just what they were looking for. Mr. Melvin Woods looks on proudly as Jay Tucker tries on one of their distinctive suits. Meanwhile, Mr. Woods models a sweater vest from their wide collection of sweaters. Mr Choi pioudly displays one of his many wigs from his collection of human hair pieces. Meanwhile, Alicia Torres wonders Should I or Shouldn ' t I? ' ■ CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WlFH A GROWING COMPANY H Pacific Telephone Part of the Nationwide Bell System AN EQUAL. 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Kings For Men 355 Eati Compton Blvd. Compton, California Mr Sonny King, after 19 years in Compton still enjoys showing Easter Fashions to nice young men like Carl Joseph. Jay Tucker is bemg tempted with new fashions by Ted Jimoff. Campus Stylist. J. C. Penney Co. 240 Eoil Compton Blvd Compton. California While sporting a smart looking coot. Ivory Scot ' holds up a shirt, another of J. C. Penney ' s Alway First Quality Products " . c H ,c y P .XT ' - S ' ' tr n ' ii w r i ' T -tn ' -Vv :? V ] t.V i r .,■ -m k:. ' ■

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