Eisenhower High School - Aquila Yearbook (Rialto, CA)

 - Class of 1964

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Karon Allard . . . Pam' Loudon Linda Perry Holly Hunstad Michele Derrick . Barbara Koch Judy. Carruthers Linde Williams J 2 My Q, +,.w ,Sf sew 'GS xii LIZ M? 5 l 'Where desertsanrls, 'i and mountains, Meet beneath the " western sky, l 'Tis there my heart forgyer yearns, Q For Eisenhowertlighl Our d'ealr'old Alma, mater, l Weowe ouerefbest to T Thee, , ,QQ ,Q ,. ,V 5.1-. t ,When twilight shadowg , Y T W h9f'ilQYY5' ibm' loyalty, ji' fall A T Affbss 4 . I e 1 We ,, ' The golden sun is ' sinllingo in the Thy memories and clear shall then comeinto view. Dear Eisenhower High we Iovelthee best. W t V K Egg. A. the alma mater royal in victory and so j progd in defeat, the lonely nights, 3 Fw., hz Q , I g I the laughter, 'K E - fm .45 X X' -.,. Q ww' ' 'H , fi friendship, the meaning of spirit Qi? we urfubilions, wg I 6 1 ,S I div' 4 W' X ,L i Sa L ' 2 g 1 fu- M- A. yu AJ sf 2, Wk Aw, 'Www 5 , K 46 . W. ,,,,w,W1 .w ME W f -Aw'1:awv Enefwnxv 5 'Y f if 4. W' ,LALR W f the preparation for moments lo come. sw 5 WW f 1 DEDICATION FACULTY STUDENT GOVERNMENT SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES 3 If Aev.1:::,.I1.-1: ,,E.,E,v:- -v-V NK mwydg ,.., Q, In f- I wg. Q f SPORTS I' A A FI 1 ,H , A HI M I T E ' ACADEMICS I TS . -- ACTIVITIES -EI KC I T lg gzbqz zz, 5 .I,. , ' L, M M ,..,....,. CLUBS I 4' ADVERTISEMENTS i w , 1 " , Q K I I . 1,51 M-Q.. W- QM , . IW 7 1 4 K H QTVR,"-""-S. fs wks If K wi - 'M M. S Q Y M 5 F lp, 2 ,N ..-. U 1 .I -L 5,-ar! C I J' K 6540s. v. ff tr J ff k .pa-may M, ., ...,.,.,,..,,,, tl mmmm aww , ,ww Q ,ff , ,b"k ,QW ,fa if 4 fifm ., i Q , 4 1422, fig? DEDICATION From playing a bass fiddle during his Chicago college days to instructing art and super- vising the assembly of a California high school annual, Don Smith has brought a unique spark to everything he does. Through deadlines, minor crises, major crises and a welter of confusing details he has helped us and stimulated us to new ideas and accomplishments. The Aquila Staff' would like to dedicate the i964 Aquila to our teacher, friend, and advisor, Mr. Donald E. Smith , i 5 i r 91 eo-..s. ...Xxx xg .1-ff' WE iw if li 2 ma W , if 1 V ,- 'sfffy K, iii? ww... 'S-. N , 262: X2 46 sh V 2 5 9 . hx K , gy xg-,fwfr .e Q , I , S nug- .f W ,k, A W. , '? Q' - . W 1' :J Y, In W gif' 6 gig.. - A ' iiWV'if 1 '5 ig , iq iiiia, X HQ 1 . Sm.. , . Nag ,, 1 -. ., 2 ,g.,,1L,,g ,sz ,A -Y -M aw 7 .,1Mf'-Ly ,- . .. U, M 7 A - 5? -iv? A 1 W ,y ,-'-. 1,- Q 9' K 1 2' S l ,vpn , 1 JI' , P, U57 ffvl W 1-1 K , ' ' Q k . . v Y' P A '2fs':2?V+ 52 I' N52 we fi- - - " 'lx 2:2 ,am - L Lilwiv 2 UW E ,1j"'w L if W QMS fl 19 M Jf lydilj f'Llf?ff' ff WM y j W qKifLZ,gffL7 H 'N .r""' L 'z W i QV? J? 45 QM? WEE wwf, wwf ,. .. , X . . gg, f ml AVE? 4, Pgsffilff 4 4. a-12, , ' ' 129g585?5w 72, 5 'f 'ii' K " Tiifiii-if -if: . 'A V V' xiii 221 'fvljwisg y x -r W ' . 1' X . N si mm L . MT. RYQF1 GDC 1 w w , 4 4 Mr. Cook V Mrs. Dollahan Mr. Schumacher Vice-Principal Vice-Principal PRINCIPAUS MESSAGE The Class of 1964 has several characteristics which describe it. The first which comes to mind is enthus- iasm. The students of this class have been behind the school in all of its endeavors ever since they entered in the fall of 1961. lt has been through the leadership and loyalty of This class that Eisenhower High School has in its fifth year reached maturity. We have always been able to depend upon the members of the Class of 1964 to face issues with the utmost of integrity and to solve their problems with a clarity of thinking that is exceptional for young people. Your school is very proud of your achievements and we know that you will continue to represent your school and your family in ci high quality manner as you pursue further schooling and further vocational endeavors. It is our hope that you will continue to hold knowledge and scholarship in high esteem as this is the stuff from which greatness flows. 13 Pauline Brigham, B.S., M.S., MacMurray College, Illinois University, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics. MOMIJ Tqahuzes, Mawr MATH AND SCIENCE Clifford Eagles, B.S., M.S, Oklahoma State Universi- ty, Biology, Lab Biology. Lloyd Leary, B.S., M.A., Thiel College, Penn State University, Math, David Medved, M.S., B.S., Edinbors State College, Univ. of Miss., Lab Bi- ology, Biology. Judy Mercer, B.A., Univ. of California, Univ. of Hawaii, Biology, English. Clarence Reise, B.S., May- ville State College, Colo- rado State, Iowa State, Algebra, Math. Jerald Siperstein, B.S., University of Minnesota, Macalaster College, Long Beach State College, Chemistry, Math. Wanda Smith, B.S., Illinois State Univ., Univ. of Ore- gon, Geometry, Math. Wayne Stoddard, A.B., M.S., U.C.L.A., Univ. of Redlands, Oklahoma State Univ., Algebra, Geometry. Virginia Cereceres, B.A., Maxine Feeney, A.B., Son Diego State, Spanish, English. Vera Murguia, A.B., S.B.V.C., Long Beach State, Spanish. I4 M.A., Univ, of Wyoming, English, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Harry Page, M.A., B.A., University of Kansas City, English, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Emma Gilmetti, B.A., M.A., Pennsylvania State, U.C.L.A., French, French Club. John Rasmussen, B.A., State University of Iowa, Univ. of Calit., English. Gene Harkin, B.S., M.A., Ball State College, Eng- Iish, Cross Country, Track. Sylvester Scray, B.A., St. Norbert, Journalism, Eng- Iish, EagIe's Eye. Luciano Johnson, B.A., Univ. of Calif., Claremont Grad. School, Latin I, II, III, American Field Serv- ice, Latin Club. Earl Nesse BS., Univ. of Minn Physical Science, Counselor B Basketball. Leonard Lardy B.S., M.A., Dickinson Stare, Montana Sfate Univ English Jun- ior Class Sponsor. i Blair Uhl, B.A., MA., Doane College, Colorado Stafeg English. lemme. Jesse Mercado, B.A. M.A., ElT0f'l MO5l19l', B-Av: l--A- University of Redlands, State, U.S.C., English. U.C.L.A., French, Spanish, Spanish Honor Club. Richard VonGrabow, B.A., M.A., Ball Slate Teachers College, U.S.C., German Club. . 'vl G L 3, S fr1srQ-h2i f in if ' gi , . Q Q HSA if I 4 Q' 1' 'wif' sg ,ff 4, W f js 1 Q 'Y' lx ' , sf' .Er M-9.,7- . . H .1 QA w f'2 . 6- Y 5 z 3 ' ,, 'A 1 H I Y 1 LYS f, :Q A' 'T W' ' Q. g rn ev? 555 F U' ' 2'25 3 c: ra ' Q. ET 2 JP ITS? gi gp UU Il T C I' Qegw ?Q33 ' ' ' ' 3 3 2 3' 0 9- 5 0 22' 3 3 2 5 ' 14 o Z4 .. 32 PU co N 3, Q rv . U- 2' 3 5 2 3 5 C 5 3 2 Q 5 Q E 5 F fi P F N4 5 ' m?g3g 31 5' C P o QSENE U' 5 Z cn iecs? 52525 'P 2. - C' F S Q 5f2P EOQW o F 9" 'U 2, ? - .,, Q , g' 3 Q 5. F2 CEU n. 71' gf : W . -U gym S53 2 59 2. 3 3 3 E2 JP Q 1 1 . .f. yrmgwim ,fgimeru-4 f f--f Z ' . . ' Tgil Vfmvngr vienna lk' M55 Q1 il 1',gg9tQsg f,s.s..f'.ew-fswww-.r ,,,. ,Q --fig l 1 A ETWF1 wi, 9 , 5999 emma .vrv 5523'- ?J.i3 P' -fekikeiwgi Pf5 hffi?fH1 5 :f :rl',ll"l ld lMmETl P1Er1 E5 C l,ijf EZ Ti ' .gii lifli rv-'E E 1 3 - - 'T' we r's T fjafgl mezrs ii r me: Norman Daluiso, BA., Colo. College, Univ. of Redlands, Boys P.E., Ski Club, J.V. Football, Var- sity Track. PHYSICAL ED. John Dowd, B.S., Linfield College, Boys P.E., Coun- seling, Lettermen's, Stu- dent Council, Basketball, Diane Eastman, A.A.y B.A., Chattey College, Univ. ot Santa Barbara, Girls P.E., G,A.A., Drill Team. Richard King, B.A., Univ. of Calif., Univ. ot Colo., Boys P.E., Drivers Train- ing, B Football, Varsity Baseball. Richard Marsh, B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin, U.C.R., L.A. State, Boys P.E. Football, Track. Charlotte Probst, BA., M.S., Slippery Rock State College, Colorado State College, Girls P.E., Drill Wanda McCUllogh, B.S., Univ. of Oregon, Girls P.E. Mary Scott, B.A., Sacra- mento State College, Girls P.E., G.A.A., Drill Team, Leadership. ll, HOME ECONOMICS lo Geraldine Crank, B.S., Univ. of Idaho, Home- making, Sr. Red Cross Club. Chin Ock Mitchel, B.S., Oregon State Univ., Girls P.E., Swimming, Leader- ship. -Milt Smaha, B.A., Univ. ot lllinois, Western Michi- gan Univ. Univ. of Red- lands, Boys P.E., Drivers Training, Letterman Club, Varsity Football. Thania Griffiths, B.S., Miami University, Home- making. John Conzelman, B.A., M.A., Columbia Univ., World History, Sophomore Class Sponsor. SOCIAL SCIENCE Lois Coon, A.B., M.A., College of New Rochelle, Cornell Univ., U.S. History, English. C re ent tive. if iii gf' fr it Mb AMJCQL . Mary Gottleib, B.S.-M.A., Penn. State Univ., Senior Problems, Sobobans. Elena Johnson, L.L.B., B.A., George Washington Univ., School of Law, World History, Hi-Tri. Edgar San Diego Tory, LA George Hardesty, B.S., M.S., Kansas State of Pittsburg, U.C.R., U.S. His- tory, Junior Class Sponsor, Jacqueline Kieser, A.B., Drury College, U,C.R,, Washington Univ., World History, Azurettes. is- S.B.T.A. Patrick Eagan, B.S., M.A., Univ. of Madrid, Spain Regis College, Senior Prob- Iems. George Hayward, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Pittsburg, U.C.L.A., Senior Problems. Thomas Morelli, A.B. M.A., Dartmouth, N. Y University, Univ. of Dela ware, Senior Problems Raymond Olson, B.S., Univ. of Montana, Kansas State, U.S. History. World History. Lee Schultz, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver, Clare- mont, Psychology, Key Club. BUSINESS ED. Marcella Bienapfl, B.S., Mankato State, Univ. of Minnesota, Business Eng- lish, Typing, Better Busi- ness Club. Marilyn Hanson, B.A. Gustavis Adolphus, Typ ing, Better Business Club. Carl Fishel, B.S., keeping, Math. Richard Bristow, B.S., Brigham Young U., Book- keeping, Typing, Math, Future Teachers. Bert Cassan, B.A., M.A., Eastern New Mex. Univ., Univ. of Aslo, Univ. of New Mexico, Univ. ot Washington, Bookkeeping, Typing. U.S.C., Book- Mary Harkins, B.S., M.A., Akron Univ., Kent State, Typing, Office Prod., Bet- ter Business Club. of Arkansas, Stan ford, Math, Counsel lnter Club Council. Gloria Meiers, 'B.S,, M.A., Notre Dame, Hunter Col- lege, U.C.R., U.S.C., Short- hand Typing, Better Busi- ness. Mary Hall, A.B., Univ. ing, Girl's League, Custc Judd Fisk, Harry Wineland INDUSTRIAL Ernest Cann, B.A., San Francisco State, L.A. State, Mechanical Drawing, Gen- eral Shop. Secretaries Bottom Row: Anne Sumpter, Maribelle Krup, Charlene Brill, Winifred Newby, Gladys Belanger. Top Row: Beatrice Lee, Dolores Quacinella, Vada Meade, Kay Parke, Mary Jo Perkins. John Drew, B.A., San Francisco State, U.C.R., Claremont, Mechanical Drawing, General Metal. l Anson Thompson, B.A., M.l.E., Chico State, Univ. ot Riverside, Industrial Arts, Counseling, Jr. Class Sponsor. clians Sesario Lopez, Dorothy Rorabaugh Ernest Haclsell, A.B., M.A., Friends Univ., Northwestern Univ., U.C.R.,English,Drama, Thespians, A.F.S. ARTS Edward McKay, B.S., M.A. Eastern New Mexico Univ. Woodshop. Joseph Vidal, A.B., M.A., indiana State, Spanish, Print Shop. Orville Gilbert, B.S. M.S., Saint Cloud State, Man lfato State, Drafting, Elec- tronics. Kemlym Crouse, B.A., State Univ. of lowci, Arts 81 Crafts, Sentetts, Junior Class Sponsor. FINE ARTS Douglas Emerson, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Missouri Music. William Priestley, B.A., M.A., Occiden- tal College, Choral Organizations. Judy Robinson, B.A., U.C.R., L,A. State, Speech, Drama, English, Speech Coach. I Jr.-Sr. Prom. Donald Smith, B.S., MS, Northern Illinois University Claremont Grad. School Annual, Art. Cafeteria Workers Elizabeth Price, Virginia Corral, Helen Malone, Peggy Dawson, Beatrice Bonelli, Mary Cunningham, Jo Del Gigante Lilian Thomas, Jean Walsh, Bernetta McCormick. Katherine Eshelman B A E - Art Institute of Chicago 1 Tuma: was ' Ralph Thomas, BA., San Diego State College, At- tendance Counselor. Avonelle Tierney, B.S., M.S., Drake University, Li- brary Science. JUNHUREHGH Betty Anderson, B.S., Wiley College, 8 Math, Math Club. 'J Sub . ref- ' lf" 1' . . . . . i 'fbi ' ,simt isi -V ., ,tt fuaggw f ut , . Que:-: im z-.ggi es M C 5251-t ' -i f,,:... "ffl 'S'lc at g':z4t:'si I 1' ':-:C 1f'sm.4"iei.i'5Ei yi . , x , f.-sgge, ,ff,,yz,fi:"fQ1g?si ' V , . Charles Butler, B.S., MA., Univ. of Michigan, Math, Letter E Committee. 20 BGGTHCG BOVtfW6lli Randall T0Yl0V Sylvia Holland Walt Fenwick CGfET9I'iC1 MGHGQSY SECUVLTY Officer School Nurse Head Custodian Mr. Al Keegan Junior High School Dean Judson Fisk Equipment Manager FACULTY W. Kenneth Baker, A.B., MA., Manchester College, Wittenberg College, Gen- eral Science. Sam Curtis, B.A., M.A. usc., LA. smie, s, 9 Social Living. ' l L lwwl-fists Normaiean Hilclen, B.S., Univ, of California, San Francisco State, 8, 9 So- cial Living. Gordon Nicholson, B.S., Univ. of Redlands, Univ. ot David Kasperick, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Arizona, L.A. State College, Social Living, Page Boys. Dean Kelley, A.B., S.B.V.C. Univ. of Redlands, Socia I Living, Assembly Chairman. Joann Kuiper, B.S., St. Cloud State, Social Living, Cheerleaders, Department Chairman. Charles McNeal, B.A., llli- nois State University, 7, 8 Science. Ronald Nicholson, B.S., Pennsylvania State, Univ. of California, Algebra, California, 7, 9 Science. Rosalie Orrick, M.A., South- west Texas State College, 8 9 Social Living. Don Seinturier, A.A., B.S., S.B.V.C, U.C.L.A., Boys P.E. f V7 ,X xsl I 2 I ,I . ' '- '1 . M. I N' ' "4 . i 5 1 '. il, ""' x. 1 N :S . w. N ' xy J , . 1 X .ff A i','i 4 N , .,,, 5 , ,, L. 5 , ff H M, .I , sg l X 1 Q li. NY 1 In A 4 ' K .E , f i' '- -' fs N , X I I ,ASQ A I Pat, Smith, B.A., Univ. ot Iowa, English, Publications. Robert Vinge, A.B., Indiana Univ., English, History. Math Club. Paul Pletcher, B.S., a State Teachers College So cial Living. Paul Williams, BS., San Jose State, Science, Diplo- mats. W VU' fm , 3? , is lv dm an nf my 499 an nm. an x ily X V! Q 41 A-up-V 1 ff ,Ms f. -x. -.f v 'yy 1' a arf' 1 if 'ur 5 Min' 1 He 'av ,w i V Q, . VH, 5 fwsfgiiwi E ig, W W 21 W. ,V Q. if . .... '45 1 5 P, . A-f X Q-3955. WY . A ,M Q 1 wi, 4 WM Va xL2Q 1. 4 'r , M . ,., + f .wi 1 rf L, , fm, ' -I Q M 4, fi 'N 3 f J' L , sw, 31 Y wi . 1 STudenT governmenT links The sTudenTs cmd odminis- Trc1Tion. Through lowmolking groups such Us House of Represenfdtives, lnTer-Club Council, ond The STudenT Council, Eisenhower High School is cible To express opinions for change ond progress. This yeolr The por- TicipoTion in school governmenT was keen. IT was con- sidered dn honor To be selecTed cis o represenTciTive. ln previous yeors There seemed To be cm lock of inTeresT in many Types of ocTiviTies. When This feeling becomes evidenT, iT is Time for on reiuvenoTion of ideds ond ideoils. This hos been such 0 yeolr. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES STUDENT COUNCIL Eurleen Hn umonw over ' ' .fffvf-fJCZ1f 1334 W gxgv M M, AMW if ffwf . Q 9 41 5 vxfgfvp M 'ff ,L , N CQRUSQXL' IQAAA - A V 4. r A A 4, I 77!VulYX u f6fQfz,C9 ,A iaw, My I 'W f" 5 f s 6 ' ' ,, f M V' ,, W bm,, . A 145944 17522 0-My ,44e"m1ff5f? 5 me it my K . as mm, ' WS ,wb "gl -f gs 1 . vv ,X 'ww f I 1, -ag: A xi 1 in wah , 1 ':.: , :ig f 1 A ' , '::"f + .qi ,,99w,-3 ' X 122 W Q 'lt 'S ggi wwf 33 WL if 3 V 8 6 S 5' , ,, 2 5 , ii .ik , 3? gif? M Mg, if A., QW -:K' 'W' i QW 1 4: W9 s 5- - . MW ,L- fn ,W Q if B90 'r V 1 .g' I 'I I QaiwQpealzs... "The Spirif of '64." Time and again Those words have crossed The paThs of our lives. Each new Time They broughT added significance To Their already deep sTained impres- sions. WheTher scribbled aTop a mimeographed newspaper, yelled and cheered aT a pep rally, hopefully uTilized in a campaign speech, or simply exchanged by friends as They opTimisTically discussed The fuTure, Those words always conveyed The same meaning. NOT only was iT greaT To be an eagle, buT iT was even greaTer To be an eagle in The Class of '64, wheTher sophomore, junior, or senior. Yes, for mosT of us, high school was a ioyous and memorable Time of life, We were in an age of anxieTy and discovery, yeT we were also in a carefree age. We were carried on an exciTed and TurbulenT sTream, rushing away from childhood and crashing on inTo maTuriTy. We musT now look ahead To our fuTure aims wiTh opTimism and courage, anTicipaT- ing each new day as a challenge and advenTure. LeT us always realize and absorb The impacT of each new experience, for some day, or even now, we mighf be looking back To Soy, .-Where has iT all gone?" The Rough, ReclT'ww SepTember, 1961 . . . June, 1964. ThaT has been our high school life. There have Than As sophomores we wafched Mike Malody, Dennis Hancock, and Joe Parker whisTle John Blair, Debbie Hamre, Connie Holmes, Susie HosTeTler, and Eileen GarreTT were our played a Ten-minuTe, non-sTop solo . . . surfing was a sporT, noT a religion . . . Bill PoTTer, Susie HosTeTler, Frankie Marquez, Susie Kingry, Linde Williams, and Dixie, class . . . firsT aid kiTs were The rage , . . everyfhing was "Soupy Sez" . . . our junior' of The besT and The firsT held in The new gym . . . Those from RialTo Jr, High were finally As seniors, Tom MacDonald, Jim SToTler, Harry Bain, and Jimmy SchmidT were The Lynn Couch, Bill Dobberpuhl, and Sheila Coble became senior class officers . . . a car could all-nighT vigil over The class floaT . . . everybody yelled aT The firsT pep rally and The . . . The sighs of relief when The lisT of graduaTing seniors was posTed and worries abouT And Then . . . The long walk down The aisle which leads To Tomorrow . . , The mixed The hand which signifies The end of our high school career . . . These have been full years . . . alThough we will Travel forward in Time and gain sTill remains!! ,swim Tlwfmfm Adams Rose Adamson Richard Alejandre Sharon Adams Barbara Allen Carl Allen Kenneth Allred Karon Allard Karen Anderson Kathy Andrew Melodie Andrews ++ , PE. af Raspmg Gvwew Pmioclf: Holly Andrist Randy AMONG Sheri Applebee John AYVBS Marsha Bacon 32 Vlfkl BGCOH Helene Baerd David Bailey Harry Bain Carol B0l4e" l l Sylvia Barbrick John Barcroft Mary Barraza 1 Robert Barth Dane Bartholow Judy Bass 3 Patricia Bence David Bennett Pat Bischoff I I David Barrienfos Don Bauer John Blair Richard Blair Steve Bland Bernardette Blazovvich Ted Boehler Karen Bollinger David Boostrom Jerry Booth Florence Bordon Sydney Bowen Janet Boyd BILL MULLINS OST IJKELYTNJ SUCCEED Jon Bradley Tom Bradley Cheryl Brady Lee Brandt Harry Brehm Cheryl Brycinr Del Burdick Jerry Burley Patricia Burnett Elizabeth Bustamente Don Button Christine Cardiff Rodney Carey Judy Carruthers Marcia Cassera Kit Sinn Chan Diane Chesebro Dale Churchvvarcl Janice Clark Gary Clavio Dan Cloud Sheila Cable Barbarci Coe Paul Colquitt Gary Collins Gary Conditt Ed Congdon JUDI WYANT Linda Connell Patricia Conners Robert Conroy Clyda Coovert Tony Cote Lynn Couch Terry Cowart Gary Cox ROY Cox Steve Cox Jerry Cutler BEST LOOKING DAVE MEHL I Barbara Daley Barbara Davis Robert Davis Marianne DeGeorge Don Demaree Tom DePaolis Michele Derrick Daniel DeSellem Orbie Dickinson Diane Dingman Bill Dobberpuhl Jennifer Docis Gail Donahoe Linda Duncan Greg Eckler Brenda Donson David Dresser Jackie Durbin Phil Dvorak Christine Dye James Eastwood Robert Edie Richard Elliot Susan Epps Lois Farley wr- f -B5 vx' QP r X, Nw JB R ff,, 1 ,T.,W rf N Q',ff,,,, ww :',v ,.. ,LEW W , r 'L, V 124 1' ' 'k.' f "ff M- HY Vfsfnf , ,Ria vw' A,.w-X':P+f-ervw 'W V 1- f--17'w3,3Q,f,Q . k ' 1 - - mf, , Qffiisy ws m L ' ' ' Ag .gugsfr - X - f ,4, ,J y.V,,5f5 ,, , f 1'5,kw'f,5i.g L,, ,W Q . 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ADAMS, THURMAN A Cappella I,2, Wrestling 2. ADAMSON, ROSE Art Prod 3. ALEJANDRE, RICHARD Speech 3, Football 2B, Track IV, 2V,3V, Cross Country 3V, ASB Under Sec ot State 3. ALLARD, KARON BBC Hist 2, Pres 3, Rally Ca. 2, Annual Fine Arts Ed 3. ALLEN, BARBARA Art Prod I, Orchestra I,2. ALLEN, CARL Football 2V,3V, Track IV,2V,3V, ASB Vice Pres 3, Diplomats 2, Pres. 3, ICC 3, Lettermen 2,3. ALLRED, KEN AMASON, BETTY ANDERSON, KAREN GAA Publicity Ch 2, HiTri 3, Rally Co 2,3, A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee I,2. ANDREW, KATHY BBC 3, GAA I, Rally Co I,2,3, Sobobans 3, Thespians 3, Girls' Glee I, Drama 2,3, Drill Team 2. ANDREWS, MELODIE AFS 3, Gabriella Mistral 2,3, Prom Co. 2. ANDRIST, HOLLY Rally Co 2. ANTONE, RANDY Band I, Drama I,2,3, Thespians 3, Galt I, Football 2B, Tennis I, 2,3. APPLEBEE, SHERI Girls' Glee I, Latin Club I, A Cappella 2,3, Women's Ensemble I, Drama 2,3, Thespians 3, Speech I. ASHBY, HARLAN Tennis 2, Wrestling 2, AYLOR, CHARLES AYRES, JOHN Latin Club 2,3, Band I,2,3. BACON, MARSHA GAA I, Rally Ca. I. BACON, VICKI GAA 3, Sen-Tetts 3, Rally Co. I, 3, Drill Team 3. BAERD, HELENE GAA 2, Sen-Tetts 3, Drama 2. BAILEY, DA.VlD Gabriella Mistral 3. BAIN, HARRY Drama I,2,3, Track I,2, Crass Country I. BAKER, CAROL Drama I, Drill I, Newspaper 2, Editor 3, ASB Newspaper Ed 3, Prom Co. 2, Future Teachers 2, Les Copians I,2, Program Ch. 3, Sen-Tetts 3, Sobobans 2,3, AFS I,2,3, CSF I,2,3, HiTri 3, Thes- pians 2,3. BARBRICK, SYLVIA GAA I, HiTri I,2,3, Rally co. 1, 2,3, Sen-Tetts I,2,3, Annual 2, Pram Co. 2. BARCROFT, JOHN Figureheads I,2, Vice Pres 3, Radio Club 3. BARRAZA, MARY GAA I, Sports Manager 2, Art Prod 2, Girls' Glee I,2, Choir 3. BARRIENTOS, DAVID EARTH, Bos BARTHOLOW, DANE Football 2B, Track 2B,3V. BASS, JUDY BAUER, DON Figureheads 2, Latin Club 2, Rally Co. I,2, Tennis 2,3. BECKER, VALEEN BECKMAN, MARY Thespians I,2,3, Art Prod I,2,3. Drama I,2,3, BENCE, PATRICIA HiTri 3. BENNETT, DAVID Figureheads 2,3, Football IB. BISCHOFF, PATRICIA BLAIR, JOHN Soph Class Pres, Senior Class Pres, Drama I,2, Prom Co. 2, Football IB,2V,3V, Basketball IV,2V,3V, Baseball IV,2V,3V, Student Coun- cil I,3, CSF I,2,3, Diplomats Treas I, Pres 2, Sec-Treas 3, Ger- man Club 2, Thespians I,2,3, Let- termen I,2, Treas 3. BLAIR, RICHARD BLAND, STEVE Band I, A Cappella I,2,3, Drama 3. BLAZOWICH, BERNIE BOEHLER, TED Ambassadors 2, Figureheads 3, Key Club I, Gabriella Mistral 2, Vice Pres 3, Wrestling 2V,3V, ASB Sec of Curriculum 3. BOLLINGER, KAREN HiTri 3, Thespians 2,3, Drama I,2,3, Newspaper I,2,3, Speech I. BOOSTROM, DAVID BOOTH, JERRY BORDON, FLORENCE Orchestra I,2,3, Girls' Glee 2,3. BOWEN, SYDNEY German Club 2, Hist 3, Rally Co. I,2, Art Prod I,2, Basketball Court 3: B Cheerleader Co-Head 2, Va'rs'ity Cheerleader 3. BOYD, JANET GAA I,2,3, HiTri 3, Rally Co. 2. BRADLEY, JON BRADLEY, TOM BRADY, CHERYL Basketball Court I, GAA I, Vice Pres 2, Sen-Tetts I,2,3. BRANDT, LEE Key Club 3, Lettermen 3, Football 3V, Baseball 3V. 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FISHER, DIANE Girls' Glee I,2, FISHER, SHARON BBC 2, GAA I,2, Co.'I,2,3, Drama I,2, I,2, HIT: FLETCHER, SHIRLEY BBC 3, GAA I, Rally Co. I,2,3, Thespians 3, Grrls Glee I, Choir 2, A Cappella 3, Drama I,3, Drill 2. FLOWERS, STEVE FOSTER, LORI Prom Co 2, Drill Team I, co-capt 2, Capt 3. GALLAGHER, PATRICIA Girls Glee I, Choir 2,3. GAMBOA, PAUL GARDNER, CLARENCE Gabriella Mistral 3. GARLAND, MARGY Azurettes 2, Social Cb. 3, Gabriel- la Mistral I,2, Sec 81 Pres 3, Girls League Treas 3, Rally Co, 2,3, Sobobans 2,3, B Cheerleader Head 2, Varsity C-o-I-lead 3, ICC 3. GARRETT, EILEEN Soph Class Social Ch I, Drama I, Prom Co 2, ASB Sec at Promo- tions 3, AFS I,2, GAA I, Les Cop3ans I,2, Rally Co. I,2,3, Sen- Te'ts I,2, Hist 3, Sobobons 2,3. GEBHART, MARY GENTRY, WARREN GERDNER, DEANNE GERMAN, RICHARD GIVENS, DIANE GLASSER, TOM Key Club I,2, Vice Pres 3, Wres- tling 2. GLAIJBIG, SHIRLEY CSF I,2,3, HiTri 2, Treas 3, Latin Club Activities Ch I, Sobobans 2,3, Newspaper 2,3, Prom Co 2. GLAZE, BRENDA Thespions I,2,3, Drama I,2,3, A Cappella I,2,3. GONZALES, DAVID Choir 2, Pres 3, A Cappella 3. GONZALES, JOSIE Drill Team 3, Prom Ca 2, ASB Sec ol Alumni 3, Gabriella Mistral I, Hist 2, Pres 3, Rally Co. 2, ICC 3. GONZALES, MILTON GOSS, CHRIS Drama I,2,3, Thespians I,2,3. GRABOWSKI, JOHN Football I, Basketball I. GREER, JEFF GRENSLITT, GLEE HiTri I,3, Rally Co. I, Girls Glee I,2, A Cappella 3. GRIMALDO, ERNEST GRISAFE, RITA Thespians, I,2, Vice Pres 3, Drama I,2,3. GROSSMAN, PAT GLJIMMOND, RICKI Rally Co. Sr. Representative 3, Sen-Tetts 3, Thespians I,2, Treas 3. GUNN, CARL Lettermen 3, Baseball IJV,2JV, 3V, Football 2B,3V, A Cappella I, 2,3. GUZIK, BILL HADLEY, STEVE Art Production 3. HALDER, BOB A Cappella I,2, Football IB, HALL, JOANN HiTri 2, Social Ch 3, Prom Co. 2. HAMBLIN, STEVE FOQQEQII iB,2v,3v, Track 1B,2v, 3V, Diplomats 2,3, Lettermen 2,3. HAMILTON, DON HAMMICK, MARILYN Girls Glee I, Drill Team 2. HAMRE, DEBBIE CSF I,2, Gabriella Mistral I,2, GAA I, Girls League Council 3, ICC 3, Rally Co. I,2,3, Sen-Tetts I, Treas 2,3, Sobobans 2, Pres 3, Annual Ed-in-chief 3, Saph Class Vice Pres I, Prom Co. 2, Student Council 3. HAND, DAVID Speech I,2 HANEY, PEGGY GAA 2,3, Rally Co 2, Drama 3. HARRIS, JOYCE HARRISON, BETTY Annual Stall Artist 3, Girls Glee I, A Cappella 2,3, Womens En- semble I, Rally I,2,3. HELDT, KEN Figureheads 3, German Club 3, Football lB,2V, Track IB. HELDT, MARILYN Speech 2. I-IELM, JACK I-IENDRICKS, ROBERTA A Cappella 2,3. HENDRY, WARREN Figureheads 3, German Club 3. HERNANDEZ, ANDY Diplomats 3, Lettermen 3, Drama I, Football 2V,3V. HERR, DALE HEssE, JOHN Key Club 2, Senior Representative 3, Art Prod I, Football IB,2B,3V. HESSKAMP, JAMES Lettermen 3, Track 2V,3V, Cross Country 3V. HILL, MARC Science Seminar. HITE, JANE GAA I,2,3, HiTri 2, Rally Co. 2, Drama 3, Prom Co, 2. HOBSON, VEDA Azurettes 2, Treas 3, GAA I, Rally Co. I,2, Art Prod 3, Drama I,3, HODGE, JEFF HOFFMAN, PAUL A Cappella I,2, HOGLE, PAT GAA 2, Point Keeper 3, Rally Co. 2,3, Art Production 2. HOLCOMB, LEE CSF I,2,3, Frgureheads 2, Vice Pres 3, German Club I,3, Tennis I,2,3. HOLECEK, CAROL HOLLISTER, VICKI ASB Under Sec of Actrvities 3, CSF 2: Gabriella Mistral I, Sec 2,3, GAA I, Treas 2, Vice Pres 3, ICC 3, Rally Co. 2, Chairman 3, Sen- Tetts 3, Sobobans 2,3. HOLMES, CONNIE Azurettes I,2,3, BBC 2, Treas 3, Girls' League Vice Pres 2, Pres 3, ICC 3, Les Copians 2, Soph Class Treas I, Basketball Court I,2,3, Flag I, co-head 2, head 3. I-IONEYCUTT, JANICE HOOD, MIKE German Club 2,3, Lettermen 2, Vice Pres 3, Senior Class Vice Pres 3, Track 2B Co-capt, 3V, Wres- tling 2V,3V, Cross Country 2V. HOOVER, EARLEEN GAA I, HiTri I,2, Future Teachers I, Les Copians I,2,3, Rally Co. I, 2,3, Sen-Tetts I,2, Social Ch 3, Drama I, Drill Team 2, Prom Ca. 2, ASB Historian 3. HORN, JIM Key Club 2,3, Lettermen 2,3, Football IV, Basketball 2V, Base- ball IJV,2V,3V. HOSTETLER, SUSIE Soph Class Sec I, Junior Class Sec 2, Prom Co. 2, ASB Sec of Interior 3, AFS I,2,3, Newspaper I, CSF I,2,3, Gabriella Mistral 2, Sec 3, Girls' League Publicity Ch 3, Sobobans 2, Sec 3, Academic Bowl 3, Rally Co. Soph Represent- ative I, Jr. Repres. 2,3, Sen-Tetts I,2, Sec 3. HOWARD, ANNA HiTri 2, Drill Team 2,3. HUFFMAN, CARO,L Girls' Glee I, Drill Team 2, Prom Co. 2. HUGHES, JOANN AFS 2,3, CSF I,2,3, Figureheads 1,2,3, GAA I, Les copions 1,2,3, Rally Co. I,2,3, Sobabans 2,3, Thespions 2,3, Drama I,2,3, Drill Team, Prom Co. 2. 1 ,r.. ,-L HUNT, SHIRLEY Drama 2,3, Speech I. HUSTEDT, ANN CSF I,2, HiTri I, Vice Pres 2, Pres 3, ICC 3, Drill Team I,2, HUTCHINS, NORMA Girls' Glee I, 2. HUTCHINSON, MIKE Speech I, Basketball IJV, Cross Country IJV, JACKSON, DIANE JEHUE, GARY JETER, LARRY Art Prod I,2,3, Football lB,2V. JOHNSON, JERI CSF I,2,3, Latin Club I, Rally Co. Vice Pres 3, Sen-Tetts I,2,3, So- babans 2,3, Drill Team I,2, Prom Co. 2. JOHNSON, KIM JOHNSON, SANFORD JOHNSON, TERRY CSF I,2,3, Diplomats 2,3, Figure- heads 3, Les Copians I,2, Band I. JONES, GARY JONES, JACK JONES, ORVILLE JOSI, DON Diplomats I,2,3, Art Prod I. JUNG, JAMES KAMINSKI, JACKIE AFS I,2, CSF I, Vice Pres 2, Pres 3, GAA 1, lcc 3, Latin Club i, Les Copians 2, Pres 3, Sen-Tetts 2,3, Rally Co. 3, Sobobans 2,3, Drama I, ASB Treasurer 3. KASHAK, DAVID Lettermen 3, Football IB,2B,3V, Baseball 2JV. KEBORT, MARYLYNN Girls' Glee I, Choir 2,3, Drama 3. KEITHLEY, BEVERLY KELLY, STEVE Lettermen 3, Football IB,2V,3V, Basketball IB. KEMP, TOM KENNEDY, RICHARD Art Prod 3, Baseball 3V. KILLGORE, TRUDY Girls' Glee 2. KING, SHERYL Drama I, Prom Co. 2, Azurettes 3, Les Copians I,2,3, Rally Co. I,2,3. KINGRY, SUSIE Junior Class Publicity Ch 2, News- paper I,2,3, Prom Co. 2, ASB Sec ol Publicity 3, Girls' League Council 3, ICG 3, Rally Co, Soph Representative I,2,3, Sen-Tetts I, Sec of Publicity 2, Pres 3, Sabo- bans 2. KINNIKIN, MARY ANN GAA I,2, HiTri I, Rally Co. I. KISS, ADRIANNE Azurettes 2,3, Rally Co. 2, An- nual Clubs Ed 3, A Cappella I,2, 3, Basketball Court I, Drill I,2, Prom Co 2, KLEIN, JOHN KLING, DAVID Annual Art Ed 3, Art Prod I,2, KNECHT, BARRY Latin Club 2. KNOWLES, MARION Girls' Glee 2, A Cappella 3. KOCH, BARBRA AFS 3, Thespians 3, Annual 3, A Cappella I,2,3, Drama I,2,3, KOCH, ROBERT KORTE, GENE Latin Club 2, Tennis 3. LAIR, LARRY LAMB, CHERYL AFS I,2, GAA I, Girls' League Social Ch 3, HiTri I, Rally Co. I, 2,3, Sen-Tetts 2,3, Sobobans 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Lt. 3, Prom Co. 2. LAMOREAUX, KATHY Girls' Glee I, Choir 2, A Cappel- la 3. LANE, PAT Baseball 2JV,3V. LAW, BEVERLY BBC 2, GAA I,2, Rally Co. 2,3, Sen-Tetts 3. LAWSON, PHYLLISS HiTri 3, Womens Ensemble I,2, Girls' Glee I, Sec 2, A Cappella 3. LECHUGA, PAUL Key Club 3, Art Prod 3, Band 2, B Cheerleader I, Track IC, Cross Country I. LECKENBY, VICKI BBC 2, Vice Pres 3, GAA 2, Pres 3, ICC 3, Prom Co 2. LEE, DORIS A Cappella I,2,3. LEENY, MIKE Diplomats 2, Sgt at Arms 3, Ger- man Club I,3, Lettermen I,2,3, Football IV,2V,3V, Track IV,2V, Tennis 3. LEIFHEIT, RANDY Key Club 3, Art Prod I,2, Foot- ball 2B. LEON, KATHY Girls' Glee 2,3. LEWIS, JOYCE AFS 3, Choir 3. LEWIS, LARRY German Club 3, Key Club 2,3, Letfermen 2,3, A Cappella I,2,3, i' I- i L Unsuspecting Juniors pay the penqlfy for parking in the SENIOR ROW, No one under 4 admitted unless accompanied by someone over 4. LEWIS, WILDA LIGHTFOOT, GLEN Key Club Treas I, Vice Pres 2, Pres 3, ICC 3, Prom Co 2, Foot- ball 2JV, Baseball 2JV. LIMON, KEN CSF I,2,3, Key Club I,2, Letter- men 3, Speech 2,3, Football IB, 2V,3V, Baseball 2JV. LLOYD, GEORGIA GAA I,2, Sobobans 2, Band I,2, Prom Co, 2. LOGAN, MIKE Key Club 3. LOLLIS, DAVID CES 2,3, LONG, RENA LOPEZ, RUTH Art Prod I, Girls' Glee I,2, Choir 3, Drama 2,3. LOUDON, PAMELA AFS l,2, csE l,Q, Gabriella Mis- tral I, Rally Co. I,2,3, Sen-Tetts I,2,3, Annual Academic Ed 3, Band I,2, Prom Co. 2, Speech I. LOUKAS, DEBORAH BBC 2, HiTri 2, Rally co. 3, Drill Team 3. LOWE, ROBERT Drama I,2,3, Speech 3, Track I, Wrestling 2, Cross Country I,2, LUBINSKY, LARRY LYDA, MARY Drama 2. MacDONALD, TOM MADRIGAL, ANGELO Football IB,2V,3V, Baseball I,2, 3, Diplomats 2, Vice Pres 3, Lel- termen 2,3. MALLOTT, STEVE MARQUEZ, FRANCES Azurettes I,2, Future Nurses 2, Pres 3, HiTri I, Chaplain 2, Art Prod I, Choir I, Junior Class Vice Pres 2, Prom Co. 2, B Cheerleader I,2. MARSTELLER, NEAL MASTERSON, NOREEN HiTri 2,3, Les Copians 2, Sen- Tetts 3, Thespians 3, Girls' Glee I, A Cappella 2,3, Women's En- semble I,2, Drama 2,3. MAYNARD, CAROLYN MCALISTER, LINDA GAA 3, Rally Co, 3, Prom Co. 2. McCOLLUM, GLEN DA McCORMlCK, GARY MCDONNELL, LANETTE Drama I,3, Prom Co. 2. MEFALL, SUSIE BBC 2, Drama I. McGOWA.N, LINDA CSF I,2,3, Rally Co. 3, Sen-Tetis 2,3, Sobobans 2, Alumni Sec 3, A Cappella I,2,3, Drill Team 2, Prom CO. 2. MEDLEY, GAYLE Band I, Choir 3, Drama 3, Bas- ketball I,2,3, Tennis 2,3, Ambas- sadors I,2,3. MEEK, MARGARET Azurettes I,2, Pres 3, Girls' League Council, ICC 3, Les Copians 2, Sobobans 2,3, Annual Actly- ities Ed 3, Varsity Cheerleader 3. MEEKER, CHERYL GAA 2, Sec 3, Rally Co. I,2,3, Spanish Honor Club 2,3, Art Prod I,3, MEERS, BETTY Girls Glee I. MEHL, DAVID Football IB,3V, ASB Sec of State 3, Diplomats I,2,3, Lettermen 3, Stizrnarks 2,3. MELCHOR, NICK MENDOZA, BETTY Drama 3, Speech 2. MENNINGER, DAVID A Cappella 2,3, Newspaper 3, Academic Bowl 3. MEYERS, SANDEE Annual I,2. MIMS, CAROL A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee I,2, HiTri I,3, Rally Co. I. MINTZ, GAIL MlNtz, STEVE MOHRLE, WILLARD Diplomats 2, Art Prod 2,3, Wres- tling 2,3. MONK, CAMERON AFS I,2,3, CSF I,2,3, Diplomats Sec-Treas 2,3, Gabriella Mistral I,2, Treas 3, Annual Photographer 3, Newspaper Photographer 3, Prom Co. 2, Track 2V. MONTAQUE, PAM GAA I,2, Drama I, Speech I,2. MOORE, DENNIS MOORE, ROBERT MORGAN, LINDA AFS 2,3, Ambassadors I, HiTri 3, Latin Club 3, Rally Co. 3. MORGAN, SKIP Figureheads I,2,3, Les Copians I, 2, Newspaper Sports Editor I,2,3, Football Mgr. IB, Amateur Radio Club 3. MOSHER, SUSAN Future Teachers I, Sec 2,31 HiTri I,2,3, Band and Dance Band I, Sec 2,3. MOTE, PHYLIS Choir 2,3, Girls Glee I, Drill Team 2, Prom Co. 2, Sen-Teits ,2,3, Hi- Tri I, Womens Ensemble I. MOYER, CAROL Azurettes 3, Gabriella Mistral 3, GAA i,2, HiTri l,2, Rally co. l, 2,3, Drama I,2,3. MLJLKEY, WILMA AFS 2, Girls' L Rally Co. 3. MULLINS, BILL Annual Sports Ed 3, CSF I,2,3, Treas 3, Figureheads I,2,3, Latin Club I, Letterrnen I,2,3, Golf I, 2,3, Academic Bowl 3. MUMMERT, CONNIE GAA I, Girls' Glee I, Choir 2, A Cappella 3. MUNDKOWSKI, CHERYL Speech 2, Stizmarks 3. MUNOZ, MARIA MURPHY, LOUISE Rally Co. I, Art Prod I. MURRAY, PAULA Newspaper 3. MURRAY, STEVE Diplomats 2, Key Club 3, Letter- men 2,3, Track IC,2V,3V. MYERS, SHEILA A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee I,2, GAA I. NEDIIK, ROBERT NELSON, JUDY CVBRIEN, DENNIS Wrestling 2,3. O'BRYANT, KATIE HiTri 3, Latin Club I, Les Copians 2, Rally Co. I,2, Art Production 3, Prom Co 2. OLLSON, PAM OLSEN, LINDA ORTIZ, BEN Diplomats 2,3, Band I, Football I, Golf oYAs, BRENDA Gabriella Mistral 3, GAA I, Drama I, Flag 3, Drill Team I. PAINTER, CHARLES PAINTER, KEN AFS 2, Diplomats I,2,3, Latin Club I,2, Basketball I, Tennis 2, 3. PALTRIDGE, BILL PAREDES, BEVERLY A Cappella I,2,3, Newspaper I. PARKER, EMILIO Art Prod I,2, Drama I,2, Foot- ball 3V, Wrestling 2. PARKER, JILL Azurettes I,2, Sec 3, HiTri I,3, Girls' Glee Sec I, Pres 3. PARSELL, JIM Diplomats 2,3, Lettermen 2,3, Football 2V,3V, Track IB,2V, Tennis 3. PATTERSON, LARRY Tennis I,2,3, Wrestling 2, Cross Country I,2,3, Lettermen I,2,3. PATTON, BERNARD PAZ, XAVIER PENNELL, PAT PERKINS, EVELYN GAA I. PETERS, CLAUDIA Azurettes 3, Rally Co, I,2, Band I,2, Choir 3, Varsity Cheerleader 3, B Cheerleader 2, Prom Co. 2, Stizmark Sec 2. PETERSON, KATHY Womens Ensemble I,2, Girls' Glee I, A Cappella 2,3. PIERCE, MIKE Latin Club 2. PLACENICA, MARGARITA PLASTER, DARLEEN POSADAS, SANDRA I German Club I,3, I-liTrl I, Rally Co. I,2,3, Drill Team 2, Prom Co. 2. POTTER, BILL Newspaper Sports Editor I,2, Foot- ball 2V,3V, Basketball IV,2V,3V- Capt., Baseball IJV,2V, Student Council 2,3, Junior Class Pres- ident, ASB Pres 3, AFS I, CSF 2, POWER, JOHN Basketball 2B,3V, Track IB, Base ball QJV. I PRESCOTT, MIKE Football 3JV Co-Capt. PRICE, JIM ASB Sec of Industrial Arts 3. PRICE, MARTHA HiTri 2, Publicity Ch 3, Sobobans 2, Welfare Ch 3, Newspaper 2, Asst Ed 3, Prom Co. 2. RADKE, LEONARD RADKE, MARIE RADKE, ROBERT CSF I,2,3, German Club 2,3, Latin Club I. RATZLAFF, CHERYL BBC 2, HiTri I, Rally Co. I,2. RAU, LYNDA RAY, GARY Basketball I,2,3, Track I, Base- ball 2,3. RAYDON, LYNDA Thespians 3, Drama I,2,3. RAYMOND, DOUG REICHARDT, DENNIS RICE, ROBERT RIDGE, DEANNE AFS I, Azurettes 2,3, BBC 2,3, GAA I, HiTri I, Rally Co. 3, Bas- ketball Sophomore Darling I: Pom Pon 2, Co-Head 3, News- paper I, Speech I, Prom Co. 2. RIEDEL, CAROL Girls' Glee I. RILEY, TONY RIPPLINGER, CAROL ROBERTS, DAN Football 2V,3V, Basketball IV,2V, Baseball I,2. ROBINSON, JUDY ROGERS, BETTY Girls' Glee 2. RORABAUGH, LINDA CSF I,2,3, HiTri I, Social Ch. 2, Vice Pres 3, Latin Club 2, Sobo- bans 2,3, Drill Team 2,3. ROSE, ARLEEN Rally Co. 3, Sen-Tetts 3. ROSS, MIKE Future Teachers Vice Pres 2, Vice . MCBAIN, GORDON MooDv, srAN I-litri 2,3, sobobms 2,3, Drill 3, Gabriella Mistral 2, Treas. 1, Pres 3, A Cappella I,2, Bond I, Rally Co. 2. Tennis Coach 2,3. Team 2,3. Lellefmen I,2,3, V'Ce Pres 2'3- tf - f . , i wftrttff'-. .. 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SCMITT, FRANCINE HiTri 3, Girls Glee I, Choir 2,3 SCHMITT, JAMES Latin Club I, A Cappella 3, Var- sity Cheerleader 3, Track IC,2C,3C. SCHMITT, MARLENE Prom Co. 2, BBC 3, HiTri I,2,3, Rally Ca, l, 2,3, Girls Glee I, Choir 3. SCHMITT, WILLIAM Football 2V mgr, 3V mgr. SEGER, JON Newspaper Sports Ed 3, Baseball Mgr 2, ICC Pres 3, cil 3, Academic Bo Student Court- wl 3, AFS I, CSF l,2, Pres 3, Figureheads l,2, Sec 3, Lettermen 2,3. SHELBU R, SANDY Rally Co, I,2,3, Art Prod I, SHIRLEY, TERRY Rally Co. I, Thespi 3, Speech I. SHORT, JAY Golf l,2, Capt 3. SILVER, BEVERLY ans 3, Drama Girls' Glee l,2, A Cappella 3, GAA 2. SKINNER, ROD Drama 2. SKIPPER, ADRIAN SLAMAL, BOB Diplomats I,2,3, Lettermen 2,3, Newspaper 3, Pram Co 2, Base- ball 2V,3V, Stizmarks Vice Pres I, Pres 2, Pres 3. SLAYBAUGH, BETTE CSF I, Chorus 3, Drama 2. SMITH, CHARLES Drama 2 SMITH, CHERYL Future Teach, Future Nurses 2, Vice Pres 3, HiTri I,2,3, Sabobans 2,3, Band I,2,3, SMITH, RAE JEANNE Ambassadors I, CSF I,2,3, Future Teachers I, Pres 2, Pres 3, Les Copians l,2, Sobobans 2, Band l,2, Pres. 3. SMITH, WAYNE SMITHLINE, DOUG German Club 2,3, Latin Club I, Gall I,2,3, SMOLIN, ROD Drama 3, Prom Co 2, Speech 2, Football 2B, Tennis I, Galt 2,3, ASB Under Sec of Interior 3, Thespans 3, Diplomats 2,3, Rally I. SORRELLS, CAROL CSF I,2,3, GAA 3. SOWDERS, CAROLYN SPAULDING, VICKI Azurettes I,2,3, Girls' Glee l,2. STAGG, RAY Art Prod l,2, Wood Shop I,2,3. STAHLMAN, SHERRY Drama I,2,3, Student Council Speaker of the House 3, Rally Co, I, Thesprans I,2,3. STANCLIFF, CHRIS A Cappella I,3, Drama 3, Speech I, Ambassadors I. STARK, CHARLES Thespians I,2,3, Drama I,2,3, Track I , Speech I ,2,3. STEAD, DIANE GAA I, HiTri I, Rally I,3, Thes, pians 2,3, Drama l,2. STEMWEDEL, GAIL Gabriella Mistral l,2, Rally l,2, 3, Art Prod 3, Pram Ca. 2. STEVENS, PAM Rally Ca. 2,3. STEWART, KEITH STEWART, MARSHA AFS 2, Future Teachers l,2, Ga- briella Mrstral 3, HiTri 2, Hist 3, Latin Club Sec-Treas, I, Sobobans 2,3, Choir 2, Drama I. STILES, DAVID A Cappella I, Football 2V,3V, Track IB,2V,3V. STIPES, MIKE Key Club 7, Sec 3, Lettermen 2, 3, Baseball lJV,2V,3V. STOCKWELL, KATHRYN Art Prod l. STOTLER, JAMES Diplomats 2, Band l,2, A Cap, pella l,2, Treas, 3, Drama 3, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Wrestling 2 STOUT, NEIL STREET, RITA Natl Honor Society. STRONG, SUSIE SWAIN, SHEILA SWANN, MARIE SVVARTZ, MARILYN HiTri Sr. Representatiye 3, Girls Glee l,2, A Cappella 3, Drill Team 2,3 SZCZESIAK, JACK Wrestling 2,3, Cross Country 2. TAGGART, PAMELA Football Princess 3, Basketball Court 2, B Cheerleader 2, Varsity Head Cheerleader 3, Prom Co. 2, Student Council 3, GAA I, Rally Co, l,2. TARLTON, JIM Art Prod 2. TAYLOR, DON Football 2B, Track 2B. TAYLOR, PATTI GAA I,2,3, HiTri I, Rally I. TAYLOR, TERRY GAA 3, HiTri I, Rally Ca. 3. THOMAS, TOM Band I, Football 2V, Track 2, Wrestling 3, CSF I,2,3. TIERCE, GLEN TOMLINSON, DALE TOWNSEND, JUDY TOWNSEND, LINDA Annual Senior Ed 3, Girls' Glee Pres I, A Cappella 2,3, Prom Co. 2, Ambassadors I, CSF l,2, 3, Sobobans 2,3, Womens Eri- semble l,2. TOWSON, ALAN Thespians I, Vice Pres 2, Pres 3, Golf l,2. UKLEJA, DIANA A Cappella l,2, Drama I, Octet 2. ULLOM, LISA ULREY, MARSHA A Cappella I,2,3, Drill Team I, yrmrosscrsi, JAN GAA I, Treas 3, Rally Co. I,2,3, Drama 3, Prom Co. 2. VAUGHN, GARY VERES, WILLIAM WADLEY, DENNIS Key Club 3. VYAITMAN, GREG Diplomats 2, Lettermen 2,3, Bas, ketball IJV, 2JV, Track IB,2V,3V, WALKER, GARY WALKER, JACK Lettermeri I,2,3, Thespians 3- Drama 3, Newspaper l,2, Speech I,2,3, Golf I,2,3. WALLER, DALE WALTERS, LARRY Letterrnen I,2,3, Art Prod I, A Cappella 2,3, Track IV,2V, Base- ball IV, Cross Country IV,2V,3V WALTON, DORIS WARFORD, JUDY WASSON, EDDIE WATSON, CAROL JEAN Prom Co. 2, Tennis I, AFS 2, Gabriella Mistral 2, German Club 2, Rally CO. I,2,3, CSF 2,3, Hi- Tri 2, Sobobans 2,3, Ambassadors 2. WEBB, BARBARA Drama 3, Speech 3. WEICK, BRIDGETTE German Club 2, Sen-Tetts 2, Art Prod 2,3, Drama 2. WELCH, ELLEN WHYTE, RICHARD WIGGINS, DENNIS Wrestling 2. WILLIAMS, DIXIE AFS 2,3, Girls League Sec 3, l-li- Tri I, Sec-Treas 2, Room Chairman 3, Rally Co. I,2,3, Thespiarts I, 2, Sec. 3, Band I, Junior Class Treas 2, Drama 2,3, Prom Co. 2, Speech 2,3. WILLIAMS, MARGARET GAA I, Hist-Recorder 2, Publicity 3, Rally 2,3, Prom Co, 2, WILLIAMS, ROZALINDE Azurettes 2,3, Girls' League Soph. Rep Jr. Representative, Sr Rep- resentative, HiTri l, Annual 3: Junior Class Social Ch 2, Drill Team l,2, Prom Co. 2. WILSON, JAMES Diplomats 2,3. VVITKAIJCKAS, MARION A Cappella Sec I, Sec 2, Sec 3, PamPon 3, Drill Team 2, CSF I 2 Rally Ca. 2,3, Sen-Tetts l,2, Vice Pres 3, Sobobans 2, Vice Pres 3 VIIOHLERS, SUZAN CSF I, Sec 2,3, Future Teachers 2, Gabriella Mistral 3, Womens Ensemble I, Rally Ca. 2,3, Sen, Tetts I,2,3, Sabobans 2, Program Ch 3, Annual Junior Ed 3, ACap, pella I,2,3, Pram Co. 2, ASB Sec retary 3, Student Exchange to Tachikawa, Japan, VVOLHART, TERRY AFS, 2,3, Les Copians l,2, Drill Team I,2,3, Speech I, WOLLEMAN, GARY WOOD, RUTH Band 3, Drama 3, Speech 3. vvoops, oriyio WOOLVERTIN, GEARY Track IB. WOOTEN, JOHN Lettefmen 2,3, Band l,2, Foot- ball lB,2V,3V, Basketball 2JV, Baseball 2JV, Wrestling 3V. . WOOTERS, DALE Band 2, Wrestling 2. WRIGHT, GEORGE WRIGHT, DICK Diplomats 2,3, A Cappella I,2,3, Tennis 2,3, WYANT, JUDIE Azurettes 2,3, Les Copians l,2, Basketball Court 2, Basketball Queen 3, PomPon 3. YATES, ROBERT YORK, JACKIE A Cappella 2,3, Girls' Glee I, AFS 3, HiTri 2,3, Latin Club I, Sec 2, Rally I,2,3. YORKE, BETTY S. Speech l,2, Gabriella Mistral I. YOUNG, MANLY Letterman 3, Baseball 2V,3V. ZENFT, MIKE Football I. that try men 59 A A Vi gl 1 ww wwf? JLMQZWKQWMKMM ' j Q V A Y ' New Qiffgggf X X 451' VJ 3 mf U I! s M 's W- ff fvfvab Qi, , Yaffiyfj M Q' V f AY q , PUIAIV M2 E k 9 LJAUI fi W! f M 1' ' n VV 'AVW'-! 4 KM Q' I ' if Xw , R XX 7 jf 1 . A. X1 I would like To Thank all The members of The Junior Class for making possible everyThing we have accomplished This year. WiThouT Their avid supporT, which we had in such abundance we would never have been able To accomplish all we did. Also I would like To give a special voTe of Thanks To our sponsors, wiThouT whom all work of The Junior Class would have been in vain. EveryThing ThaT The Junior Class has done To raise money This year is iusT a prelude To The Prom, The proiecf on which all This money will be spenT. AT The Time, when This message is prinTed in The annual, work on our Prom will have iusT begun, however, I am sure we can expecT The same enThusi- asTic suppon' which has made our projects so successful. Bob Rhoades Vicki Sprang President Secretary THE CLASS "Big Yeafv The class of '65 is on iTs way . . . boughT beauTiful class rings This year Juniors in fooTball, cross counTry, baskeTball, wresTling, baseball, Track, Tennis, Junior drum major, mascoT, pompon, flag, "B" cheerleaders, and drill . . . special Thanks To Mr. Lardy and Mr. HardesTy, our advisors . . . hope 62 Junior Class Representarives Row 1, I-r, Pam ParleTTe, Bill Irby, Dottie Roberfs, Tom Edmonds, Peggy Rosenow, Sharon Price. Row 2, Joe Luzenski, Dale Leach, George PosT, Don Campbell, Russell Carfer, and Maureen SchmiTT. John Baron 1965 lm - Tillie Guillen Tina Cozzo Michael Duncan Social Chairman Vice President Committee Chairman . . . put on asuccesstul cake sale . . . of course, can't forget the Tremendous Prom . . .Juniors were in everything . t and golf . . . Juniors in social-service clubs, honor clubs, language clubs, A Cappella, band, annual, and newspaper . Team . . . another exciting year ahead . . . can't wait until we're Seniors , . . loads of thanks to everyone for being so helpful we did something tor EHS this year . , . it's done plenty for us! Junior Class Student Council meeting Tuma Sandy Adams Everett Ahlbom David Akarn Becky Alexander Jim Alexander Lee Jay Alexander . zdmyg ' ki' Qslfiidfyif -is 1- ' I: "N 4:53-L, ,Pl Jacquetta Allison Dan Ammann Pam Anderson Pat Anderson Robert Anderson Stephen Arnold David Atkinson Eugene Audrey Sherry Baber Rob Bader Curt Bailey Susan Bailey mi 'S 'H 'Ti l 'A - Q' , ,:.:vj.,. .V -va E. 'V' Bonnie Bain Deborah Baker Everett Baldwin Michael Barbera Mary Anne Barnes John Baron Regina Barry Douglas Bartells Sheryl Bates Lynda Battenfield Don Beals Chuck Beimer Tony Belloni Aaron Benner Teri Bennett Billy Bergan Marilyn Berryhill Ralph Bishop Anita Blaylock Don Blecker Gary Board Jo Anna Bolzcmiicsrt Rick Boite! Cathie Bolding Ray Book Brenda Bools Steve Boostrom Jim Bourland Mary Bowden Carol Bowman Qtaggms Ow, WanpeaLm1dfDistofdndfb5flwMFwl5 1 -,--' :Sa - 1' " 5 121 ,g.,g,e.'.L.,.fj ' 1f ' X il U y ' V lv ,Xm My Jdwqglwll vip B Wi btlxjw WMM My y W VJ U 'yy Ulu Qty jk llwijlliwlrx ilfkllfkw l Carol Boyd Jimmy Boyd Christie Braksator Sharon Brandt Linda Britton Charlotte Brooks Paul Brown Sandy Brown Mike Budner Nancy Bull Donny Bump Dale Bunce Jake Bunn Sharon Burton John Busby Susan Bushet Lois Bussone Tom Butchko Thomas BUTTON Vicki CClmGiOr1i Don Campbell Janey Campbell Mike Cano Russell Carter Cheryl Castro Steve Caudill Patricia Chance John Chapman Mike Chauvet Linda Christelman Chris Cristiansen Theresa Cipollone ?! H75 hm 51. www Cheri Clarendon Joyce Clawson Ron Clements Darlene Clemons Junior Class cake sale l fb' I Ken Colbert Charles Coleman Jerry Coleman Leah Cooper James Copeland Richard Corbin Chris Cote Marc Courtney Vicki Courts Donna Cowan Kathy Cowan Carolyn Cox Cecelia Cox Tina Cozzo Gary Crabtree Joe Crance Elfreda Crosby Jayne Cunningham Sandy Cunningham Pati Curran John Dahl Randy Daneke Karen Daniels Darlene Darda J Q 5 E 5 J is W ,- 5 K E Kenny Darrow Bev Daughenbaugh John Davis Nicholas Davis Howard Davison Sharon Daws Francis Dawson Donna Day Mickey De Courten Sherrel Deibert loma De Maree Gary Demerest After saving for years, Juniors are buying their class rings. OwepiugTlvwuglvafQuieb 5 Lynda Demidio Linda Dennett Howard De Witt Dee Dee Diebold Ann Dillard Bob Dimattia Wilma Ditchcreek Cliff Doenitz irrrr J - D ' illi ' riirr J H-'if' EE Q' .wif 11' Mm., M Mfg M fit Glenn Donson Jim Driggs Karen Drott Richard Dumouchelle Michael Duncan John Eagan Barbara Eason KENNY Easton Kathy Eastwood Thomas Edmonds Sherry Edniondson Betsy Elder Billie Elford Laura Eltord Bill Emerson Rod EFUS . we L. . 13 , Kurt Endler Judy English Marie Es Lynn Evans Richard Evans Rick Evans Jerry Farr Doreen Feer David Feist Ken Felkel Ann Marie Finn Danny Finnigan Greg Fischer Sandi Foley Virail Forker Michael Fowler Susan Fraley Earl Francis Dean Frandsen Jan Freeman Lynn Friedrich 3, :iff ,- .. 7 Penny Friedrich fi , 1 J am A2 Lu EC 5 W fi Www Qi' f wr M , Nga? 9 : e Xu K V s gtg, A 5 Ai w e 4 X Agn X Q- N , Kafhy Ga rringer GasTineau inda Giancola Hollis Giger Paula Gilbert Tom Gleason Frank Gomez Lawrence Gomez Wayne Gondos Linda Gonzales 3 5594, Roberta Greenwood John Grenfell Q S.,-,za imwf-, ...i Nz.. .5 few + f 11.1 -wggsiii. A- fl is-S,1i,:y-fiflilifuri f ., x..'1 5:21. 1 Qkikfsx ,1'ii'Lf'5'-1ii.ilsf3l'fp1'f 1 ,111 IfL:9i.3f Lf-w e ' K T if ,qi -W mae- e-- ,.,f.i.,l3gf.f Q X i 1 Wi' 15' may ,. .. jig., a n 2 :QQ l, ,,.... H -',' , . ,. ,M Wa? SM I , Q 1' he Q in E 1- 1 l X QS! we Q rs El f ll, ' vm ll! is Q as . .. q: 1g:f:.:Q,: iz 3 l 'W 7 we Q , ,Q Q T Nia? Hag! S 5 ' Qi X Bob Grimes Suellen Grimm Dennis Grondin Doug Hacker Donna Hafer Charles Hahn Clifford Hakes Terry Hamel Glen Hampton 4 Tillie Guillen Nancy Haesloop 32 2 sm ig if use Heirs Q E lsxfis W, 1 Hi 5 x ,Q ff- 2 uf ,Xa i ixpiim 2 iii, jgnifif 3,5695 S M ,W E, S , gg, L3 Egixi mg J Q .4 if 8 4 1. L, , i if Greg Hall Carol Haney i Carol Hanzlicls lunching. Juniors work busily on 1964 Prom Jadifh Harrison S 5 K L S i i W K A :gsiygg 9 . W. M y . .Tian r er S ESL f 6 Y ,Lfi -A ' q fi 1 is A 5? . 5 i l 2 fr ,fgigx . .1 5 F 5 y X '5 up-L i, 4- ,N K if M 3 . . .. , V iw 5335 A 'rea' ' f ,S ., ..i. vw X i2f 4Q?igjsQj,1 " , .. 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Charles Halliday Sue Hanson Victoria Hardman David Harsh,man Charlene Haskell Marsha Hawk Ted Hawken Michael Hawkins Sandra Hayes Lynnette Held Cindy Helt Edward Hemrner Neta Hendricks Claudia Heneise Allen Henninaer Phil Henzel Tony Hernandez Linda Herrington Bill Hicks Larry Hickey Ron Hill Phil Hillman Daryl Hinman Judy Hitchcock Roland Hlebo Linda Holman Diana Holt Kitty Holt Melvin Honl Nancy Hood Jess Hopkins Sam Hornsby Peggy Hotard Ken Housman Sharon Howard Ray Hoy Cathy Hughes Robert Huningto Lanette Hunt David Hyman Ray Iadice Janet lglenart Eddie Ignotes Bill Irby Sharon Jaccard Larry Jarott Jirn Jenkins Craig Johnson Danny Johnson David Johnson Patricia Jonnson Robert Johnson Jim Johnston Bruce Jones Carolyn Jones David Jones Henry Jones Karen Kappert Charlene Karl Ron Keith Darlene Koontz Tim Keyes .lan Kino Shari Kina Joy Kinnikin Beverly Kleiber Faith Kochoff Bruce Kovacs Marianne Kylcer The Junior Class again sponsored several stomps This year, raising money for this year's Prom. The ex- hibition of native grace and talent lasted over three hours, attracting surfers and non-surfers alike. Be- sides the money for admissions, profits from the selling of refresh- ments also went into the Prom fund. The hard working Junior Class par- ticipated in several other proiects throughout the school year. ffmefigs' .. 11 . . I I k .- '-'- . stef Beckie Laguna Virginia Lamoreaux Judy Lampman Brian Lane Linda Lane Toni La Scala 71 P Carol La Tourneo Deanna Laxamana B'llY L0 mon Dole Leach Fred l- Cla' S l- Jim Lehner Harold Legfhner Lynn Levlg Judy Lewns Larry Lewus Pat Llmon Sue Lynn Laura Lisfon Larry Lloyd John Luton Joe Luzenski John Lyons Karen Malinka Lydia Martinez Terry Martinez ohn Mathews Mnke Mafhuor Nuckolene Mafnch Ron Marfhews Llnda May Jerry Mazzol Kathleen McCorGw Ted McDonald Mnke McDowell Pamela Mcl-arland Judy McGowen George McGregory Jim Mclnernv Joel Mclnnls I I 5 Sandy McKinley Bob McKinney Kathie McNair Potrick McNelis James Meadows MGVY Medlin Dick Meclrcno .iafg legit Z , R l 9 ,Z X 1' X l sjf?Qf 'ffllffif-" 'vfk ' Nick Melchor Ralph Mestlin Chester Metcalf Karen Meyers Donald Miller Pom Mille' RU55el Miller swf? W gl.t gikkfwlw ',-- 1 a ifiiifzifi . J' M bl ' M I Mike Minton Claudia Mitchell Monica Mitchell Tom Mitchell Pam Mix lm O ey Mllqe Omec w 0lc.l2w.g Aswu S , I dw P ' Lot Qclwol- Edward Monroy Roemary Montaque Linda Montgomery Madeline Virginia Mooney Mary Moore Morris Morton Dennis Mowbray Maryann Mulkey Montgomery 1- 4 119535, em? fine X Dale Murray John Nanny Barbara Nelson Rocky Neptune Fred Nichols Hg! Noqk Gloria OBrien Larry Ollson i 5? 4 me +1 ll l i ':"EfffQ?i9?V ' fe " V, f' HQ AWZ 1 h A fe- , 1 1 ,4,,fw, Mfzg, if . ,f f mmwwegww s'2.'2M'2.S'M'f"if'k-ri' if H rv ,.,,,,'F0 M Q Wg, we G54 1 ifwrfaktwifh warm M 1 .1 Shirley Otterbeck Ann Page Cindy Palmer Pam Parlette Allen Patee Gayle Patterson Shirley Pearo Sharon Pedro so f , it i Sm 't +5 K N 2 hx l P 'ii me r i use wiv my io W X X 1 Robin Pellisier Par Pennell Mike Piehler Dianne Piehler Suzanne Pierce ' NJ XJ Ji A, NY Nl xo SN X of r l vxxkl Qqywx' ' v B' Ry I RMZVCX ll Sharon Pierce Bob Pingle Billie Polkow Roy Polmun Cynihia Polverini lvl-,J W W R A r, Q RV lv if ,flxp Cl Y rbi all Rf xiii Susanne Pooler Linda Porfer Tom Posaclas George Post Sharon Price owl Sandi Proufy Sharon Purile Sue Putnam Rick Quiring Patricia Rachford Bonnie Raddafz Margo Raffle Irven Roger Marla Rainloolt John Ramaley John Ramirez Kriss Randall Bill Rangel Fred Ranson Ray Rauch Carol Raykowski Richard Razo Stevie Rea Cheryl Records Donna Reeves w Jxfx SR! ,, 3 A ff ' 3 N 3 N 5 " it l N ,Ar lj li ix l 'ii i O i 1 Q S f lx gl, 3 4 X A i ss Y 'H i J S! , it , J 3 i i SVXR N3 X is ui Y X vi R ' 4 xc xi jst Q H P 5 i Q i X we yr tix X FST Xxx Wil fs N X, X NJ Q xi N Q . ig Nl 5X l N l -l it X XX l l 1 l N J R5 W R X. 4 f 'RJ .1 l J lx xg S it-A x if AN X Q RX ml V X X l g Q m x, i cy ix N sr li X J f , Y , ul if yi i Sc N o 'A Nl N mx, X R x 1 N i J Q sgg S33 ...r 'X NJ J 'J i Y N li RJ l 1 M Li N Ki Cl ffl Qi XS Xi Ni it X1 'i in i 3 Rs Elizabeth Regan Steve Reilly Phil Reyes Bob Rhoades John Rice Glenn Rice Steve Richard Roger Richardson Sharon Ridge Glenna Ridling Dennis Rieger Patti Ringstad Carole Roberts Dottie Roberts Marcia Ross Virginia Rohr Robert Rohrer Andy Rollins Pat Romero Peggy Rosenow Anita Ruano Jerry Russell Gloria Sanchez Wanda Sanders Sarah Sanford Dave, Sawyer Rita Scaff Bob Schaeffer Vicky Schiemann Sue Schimke WJ . i , i J I xi ,g IN 'lf . 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A rr ffwg, T T i , ,V T L ' -' llii T .. f J T J ,rg , W g li gs . 83,5 w A. 1,54 ' I it :' 5 r ' ' ,V ef4:svzaEQ?5l?4'Yf??evlfk:f?33h-QJQLQQSSWSJSQIMZTQQ Jeff Shrocids 1 f- ,,,. sg W si fi: -3 12 at 11- In V T P , 1 f V Sf' wx H? X fs 1 tml- ' 5 A tg it TS fl , J .R '33 qs 9 R , , if is Kristine Smith MVN W we fy s. , 'IS was . Bob Spring Allen Stovall Dick Simmons Sam Simpson Tony Skrobecky Dan Smith Jim Smith Judy Smith June Smith Margie Smith Richard Smith Tim Snell ' ' f ff, - ' fi- S .. ' 'M " , " f1ll3fiS5fi7f5'f T T ri I , ,ip ' . 55" W :. Jim Squire Joseph Squires Diane Staats Kathy Sorensen Wayne South Gary Spisak Vicki Sprang I f ,s ff I . lrh- ' it 4 T. N ,P f in ,sl ., V A .I , f K 21, 55- Wi K .-tr ,ics K S ' -1- ffl' 4 S at tcrsr S A A ,fi , -:Z ' :P ' Vicki Stauss Gary Steidle Joan Stewart Keith Stockwell Ellen Stover Sherrie Strecker Terry Street Sherry Sutton Virginia Szypusz Margaret Taormira Clark Taylor June Taylor Ken Taylor Nancy Toylor Ruth Taylor Spirit! Spiritl Let's hear it! 8' This year's Junior Class has puT TorTh a maximum efTorT in school acTiviTies. PicTured here are Carol Boyd, Peggy Rosenow, head cheerleader, Gayle PaTTerson, and KaThy Garringer parTicipaTing in Their TavoriTe pasTime-cheering The "B" Team on To vicTory. NOT picTured is Margie WiTkaucl4as. They were presenT aT all home and away games To cheer The Eagles on To vicTory, encourage school spiriT, and promoTe good sporfsmanship. The Team, under The able supervision of Coach Wohlers and Coach King, broughT vicTory and honor To Eisenhower. Many of Those who played on The "B" Team were members of The Junior Class. Bob Thomas John Thompson Linda Thompson rsl Bill Thoms Jim Thorpe Tanya Tipfon Cathy Toman Carol Torrez Colleen Townsend Linda Trail Duane Trippler Alan UpTergrove Pepper UpTon Sfan Urban Rollinda Vaccard Mary Valdez Mike Valdez Norma Valdez Edward VUI'1dlV9f Richard Van Koevering Julie Vargo David Vasquez Linda Vaughan Linda Villines KaThleen Vinson Beverly Voll4arT Bill Wcckefmf-m i dw Donna Wadley Pat Wagner Gary Walker Kay Walker Doris Walton Marybeth Ware Fred Waters Jerry Wessel Steve Western Chris White Mike White Katrin Wiese De De Wildoner Mike Wilson Glenn Wimer Jeff Winter AwAvmwgef Dag iw Sleepy-eyed at 7:00 or Junior starts the day. Helter, skelter, rush and roar! Slam, bang and out the door! First part of the day-friends to meet with lots to say. Our lunch period is really a mess and it's partly our fault, we how can we miss. Busy as busy can possibly be and now at night it's time to meet. We meet with friends and members with books on a shelf. One out of many this day has been, yet each holds something new. And then they're gone and l..i.w sw-A ., M-Q ,,.. GGVY Wlsdom M0VQle Wlfl4C1UCliGS John Wol D2 Wooters Ronald Wright Virginia Wright Chris Yokel Gaye Yates ' f-VfQli71 . if - P if ' 5 . , i " te,f.fi.iiiis4 :Zi A. ' sq. til , fs., in - ,LW ,: Joe Yenerall Carl Yetzer Jim Yocii Mmm Yoder Tommye Young ieobeii Youngs Jfzxep ' jd id, 0-,ok LA, 0. . 031,11 ' .Af L11-'21s-Qfifilf fi CW, I I 04,0-Q, 0. ,0,g,iQvi,.fw.M. ieifiioifi zfimiidio iw. zfiwqski Mike zivicii Cp , G-by-QA! 2 My auction Ao, Liiltciwecu Uiwlw ' i iM has , P9 - jig ui. cps' period isn't really a drag- it's iust that because of last nights homework, we re fagged. Lunches he are the best confess. Spirit! Spirit! we all yell, as our guard dribbles the ball. When practice turns out as good as this, at game time, united-to sell things and raise funds to make us most delighted. Home again to work and delve-to pass a test bless my soul-we're Seniors before we know. xxx Xx X 5. H , 'X X03 xg, may X 'NR . it N xx LX X bi Jane AbboTr Jon Adkins Kenny Adkins arrl n Ain e Gu Alexander Mike Allard L nda All I feel The Sophomore Class of 1963- 1964 was really a Tremendous success. This year we had some grear aThleTes along wiTh some fine scholars, Our un- dying loyalry To our school and our infallible spiriT are Two oTher outsrand- ing characTerisTics. The combinafion of These essenfial qualiTies has led us only To prosperiTy. l'm sure Thar The Sophomore Class of Eisenhower High School has lefr noT only our school, buT The communify of RialTo someThing of which To be proud. Marianne Pasquarelli Johnnie Alfsfarf David Ambrose Carol Anderson ner Andes r' Michael Arbuckle John Armendares Jean Arnold Nick Arnold Rosemary Arrieta Karen Ashursi George Atchison Sandy Blair Sally Bacon Thea Bradley Secrefary Treasurer Social Chairman CLASS OFFICERS Sheila Atchison Marlene Aufrey Philip Bachman Sally Bacon Janise Baker Robert Baldwin Lyn Barker Joe Baron Linda Barry Dawn Bartholow Margaret Bass Paiti Bauer Greg Beam Larry Beaver Linda Beckett Donna Beelner Christine Behncke Linda Bell Talmadge Bell Cheryl Benner Cindi Benner Patricia Bennett Tom Benson Lynn Benway Robert Berman Bill Bernier Gary Bessey Larry Biggs Joann Billingsley Bill Bischoff Harold Bishop Vincent Black Sue Blackwood The Sophomore Class candy sale was a Tremendous success. Sandy Blair Walt Bland Maurron Blizin V Chuck Book John iioursikaris Edie Bowden Tomiiiy Bowen Jim Bowman Beverly Boyd Ken Boyd Rosemary Bracamonre Raymond Bracken Thea Bradley Henry Bragg Linda Braksafor Linda Brandt Stephanie Brashears Cliff Brauff Kris Breen Ruth Broeke Steve Brower Gary Brown Sandy Brown Sue Brown Janice Brownbridge Dana Brubaker Linda Bruno Barbara Buscemi Frank Buschbacher Miles Bush Janis Buss Susan Button Bill Byrd Tim Byrd Frank Cagle Linda Campbell Paul Campbell Cora Cannon Bill Carlson Lynette Carr Ken Carrigan Jan Carruthurs Doug Carter Ralph Carter Brent Cartwright Sandi Castro Donna Castrvita Rachel Chapporo Sandy Charlton Janna Childs Virginia Christiansen Edward Churchward Connie Cipollone Donald Clark X I NO i ff X KU If -..-ML. Sophomores register . . pick up their ballots . . . Sandy Clark Tim Clavio Cindi Clements Debby Cobine David Coe Richard Colvin Fred Corner arbora Compton Guy Cook Sheila Cooper Linda Corley Robert Corley Arthur Cornelius Ralph Cornelius Danny Cossel Peggy Cowart' Jeanette Cox Judi Cox Tom Cox Steven Crane Butch Croy Mike Creech Tam Crosby Andrew Curtin Blaine Dahlstrom Bonnie Dalager Craig Daniels Cherylee Davis 86 deliberate . . , and elect Their officers. TlwQtagnambB0ueaesso6v F-imlb , Donna Davis Kenneth Davis Roberi Davis Ruth Davis Lynn Dawley Harold Day Mike Deal Linda Deiberf Carroll De Maree Patricia Demarse Judy Demmelrnaier Brian De War Pamela Dickau Kathryn Deikhoff Pam Dilger Marilyn Dirnaitia Cheryl Dingman Kenefh Diftus Tralfon Doan Darlene Dodson Sue Dodson 87 3 Diana Douglas David Douglass Sue Dowd Jim Dudleston Gary Dunbar Bob Eales Linda Eder Sandy Embrey Cleopatra commits suicide and Caesar is murdered in the Forum as Mr. Mary English Bruce Erickson Susan Estrada Todd Evans Kenneth Everhart Darlene Faccone l?On Fahrenbruqh Pat Faulkner Karen Faust Pat Feer Claudia Felicetta Sheryl Ann Fellwock Jim Fergusson Becky Fields Beverly Filiger Ester Fink Barbara Fischer Grace Fisher Mary Fisher Joann Foley Michael Forster Louanne Fowler Richard Fowler Steve Fox Steve Fraidenburg Russell 'Frazer Charles Frisbie Sandra Gamloetty Darlene Gamboa Ernest Garcia Gilbert Garcia Raynelda Garcia I fi e Morellis, Mrs. Kiesers, and Mrs. Johnson' s third period Sophomore World History classes look on. Edward Gardner Judy Gaumont rlri W friir , -- fkggf-, "" - ,K , ,ff fwlzziv' r . si lsiggsfg- 5:4 S Q ,, K . r se L' ' iii . 151, izi' ' 154' ""?S51'.,15ff,, if '- -vi wifi if ' fri. :Q :iii L7 if 1: 2. . - L41 ,i lfz Q ' . f:5g.:':.f2:f,a. ,. K-fl? 'Ig . -..i55i. :' 7 '--T ' ' f if lizgiflfze, S:-el ui' K' ' K6 ..,,. . Don Gilbert Jim Gilbert Ron Gentile Kathy Gentry 14 -r3.1:g?p ::,. : ,reg 'ww- ' I Ms ,aa-Qaiqgifii..--:iff m f. g. .x 5Wr, ws,f f-,f-- M 19- -ESQ- L .re-W ,fr-gm., i.. A r 'S ,iggjalmz rg, - "S" fi .sm do ..,r,. 2 :J A355 55931 2 M if fi 7? eu 4 ig Sig S, fi J Tom Gillen Larry Gentry Ronald Gentry Barbara George :WALss.,:ggs a.,im,., sf f ,T -M-' me-1-1:5-ure, f--,rim f .-'Mia ,,fiQ-ea., ff-f+-f,-- , . -,im, ,sg or ,i ff.. 'sm W. zz: .e-silk -if wi.. i 11 , fi -.gas . 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Q. dw ml N,....L Q ...fig A kk is Q , 'fn Vi. ' g E , f 1 2 3 52 , r Z. x- bw - a s - ., ah .M D f l M ram -,X A y f A, A 5 . --ir' 'L ,. 1 LLZL 'lf .. J .f ' p X., "ia X",,L 1 V- r ' wa' Q , fiviq L P J s.. is B wi , Alan Johnson Diana Johnson James Johnson Janet Johnson Mark Johnson Diane Johnston Barbara Jones Elizaberh Jones Janet Jones Sreve Jones Dave Jordan Virginia Jurka Ed Kashak Barbara Kaulman Randall Kaufmann Carol Kelley I V if J. 'l 5- : K I 5 Q. A -Q, - as gk 3. ig . " 42 . '. J. r - - - K Ikk, . W, " A Bill Kent Jim Killgore Ray Kin Marty Klimitis Robert Kling Kerry Klipp Pamela Klug Jim Knepshield 92 through a hectic lunch hour with 23 'VD fewer cavities, aw , L sw Z. Tkk -L. 'X p zf 'V l "" i' i' L ' W W Ay? we . 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A f .357 - - - fs., S . V , ' n 1 ' - f r r W " , ' l f " it ' ' A ' '. ' fffff wi '1 1 any ' ' ' n ww 5 UI'tdG PGVTOH Stpnm Doeters Patti Pelchy Barbara Perez "7 ,. f H - - A A ',,- .-v- i 5 1- L, ,L,L it - 3 '7-- 2,24 1 5 -,W . i Q r, X, ist is ' A R S X f 9 , .n gi I, in 132 5 -.2527 JW? If W nz Yi nntnffz fr: J I A .ii-115 Q. , ff M L-.lnlin Perez Rocki Perez Linda Perrv Don Peters Mark Peters Junnrn I lilb Mari Porter Sally Power 5415, , 11 wt , .,...l ,V -it .,.,,. , in 5 , Ken Radtora Douglas Petersen Larry Philippi Linda Phillips fit . xy .. . - '- .r k ' :- rg avi, 5 Lf 'P - ,, 5- 5 , tx V at P yn r tn 1 ,W -V t ' ' Q' W Y M-.1- fflvrasi h -5 V L ff - - - n . wid Jose Piacencia Doug Poe Roselia Ponte K A iii! V,Vr i ..V- x A P Q. r it H Q' " ' gg , 5515 3 2532 I . 'Z r fggnggeg-5551214 1 V rss Atv, A T., In N53 S K I 3 V A 5 If A Q 1 ' Fiiie Potter Frnacr Drwwnii KI'iS i"Ot"""' Linda Pruitt Sylvia Pruitt Stephen Raddatz . ,. , .nr - zu., :,, P 1 sf 2' : .-a, ,- mfs P 2 tin, fvfxiiih' ' . f , QETLSW im. , iii' ,f rw ,, Q-sernw. ,... n nn Q n,.. ,, , . W, K n W K Q K any gf ,K n ' inurence Radke William Rarnaley Cneryi Kamey I-I ,ilwu ogfine Students enioyed Sopho 1-'GR ' , , F I.. -, ,ring f'.fQ,Tf:-25,5 'W I A nf "1 ' - f S. ,."Ef'::"4f"'n Margaret Ramirez sopnne nxangen Patrick Karden Pat Reeve f M, 2 f 4 as 'Q 1 2 fe if , f X . ,.:. , " .g g i ' ' 7 2 5 3 K Q a 1 "nun,-.inn TIME IN MOTION The potter of kitten feet padding on soft pillows, The motion ot a summer breeze whisper- ing through willows. Shrouded in mystery, depth and wonder, causing minds ot great men to wither and go asunder. Serene as a Christmas night is serene. Constant as beating hearts til all at last depart. With tears and laughter tiring the soul, agents of the inevitable work upon our hearts. With quickening steps as years go by, our old friend time finally does tly. ' AM Jennifer Short Gordon Shrader John Sias Linda Sibley Steve Sikorski Bob Skinner Francis Sladwick Marilyn Slaybaug Carol Smith Chris Smith Debbie Smith Duane Smith James Smith Mary Ellen Smith Mickie Smith , afBUacl2f- Richard Smith Ron Smith Sharon Smith Sherry Smith Richard Smolin Doug Snell Wayne Snyder Cawin Sorenson Carol Steidle Donna Stewart Marilyn Still Pat Stockwell Kathy Stoker Carolyn Stordeur John Stout Lynne Strawser James Street Toby Street Joe Strigle Karen Stringham Angela Stroud Sandy Stull Ann Sutherland Calvin Tanner 98 ...K ,.-N K 'T - ..fm.,A W, . Q1 X1 A inf f ,xg fw 35,433 . W X- 4 in V. N.. ,W , f ,,,...k ki., emi' is 'V rr,. . .W . ,1 . J f :Vw ,Y A ,, , 4' W- ,Q 'N.ffn.,i ' ol' ,Sf M-w.,x.,.. I WH, A , . WH an I Janet Tate W1-ff 'T ' Tom Teefer Dave Tayfor 5 ' JH- 5 Q. 55 fr, ,f , fn if Q ni 4. f Q 4' f w L Qs it S ig' X ,. J 'I 'f,5g,..,- 'ir jr X53 1 Q if 9 Dan Thomason Robert Thompson Sieve Thompson Jackie Thomson Joe Thoren Richard Thrash Carol Thurman Sharon Tingquist Bob Tinker Pam Tipton Harlan Tissue John Todorvich Frances Toofhman 99 'Z K , RG if 0 is -' 1 1 iii Mike Tudor Mickey Ukleja Barbara Unruh Charlie Upham Mike Upshaw Sherry Upshaw Linda Uptergrove Art Valencia Robert Vanadestine Stanley Vanderveen Christine Vasquez Bill Vaughn Robin Vaus Allan Veldman Terry Vidana Cindy Viero Beverly Vinson Bill Voeller Susan Voight Richard Wackerman Joseph Walck Charles Walker Lynne Walker Ronald Walker Shirley Walker Bill Wallace Kathy Walsh Danny Walters Mark Walters Susan Walters Carol Ward Jimmy Warford Caren Waxham Diane Weintraub Carolyn Wessel Ron Wesr Jean Wheat Michael Wheat ,,, ..,, .5 amz: ff, v f If 14 257922 lease 'ws If A.3Qzss?5siS5is3i:2 'l'9QfEilisQTL7 ' ie: n wgsi wi :fig 'L M11 ' 1 , .. . . :?E9I:Qf: f"?'l:'-- . effliff-i'l'h evi5 5i? l ruff? . : K' K f 2' '- ' In -is f::i7:sig'w21ff1-ff 1 iran- i- ,F .J f :gas Hu 20 ff r Y' 2 , ' - ' In s12es211Tl52i fm ' Afwisrsfvg , " - jf. Leanna Williams Leonard Williams Mary Ann Williams Verna Wolharr Linda Wood Ron Wooten Greg Wilcox 5 Y W , i -4. rw 5 Mi. l V kffffi " :iff ' . ,.,,, 5157 Y! "3 ' rf - 1 Q, sl'iQlLi2ii93ixi E, ' -V -Hi :S1?sgjgil'2,,f:fY V f 111' " . Neal Williams Moire Wilcox Barbara Williams Gary Williams Jim Williams f ff' T 1 L is ,, f K 'Z sz f- Q5 2 ,V I. s -- V . X Sandra Willis Kay Wilson Tom Winrer Cherri Wisner Mike Working Paula Wright David Yarberry K, Barbara Ybarra Gary York Hal Yorke Cheryl Young , ,, ,, 3 ,, ,, 11 ,V . QM in fl 1 . , y Lorna Youngs David Young , -,full Q ' 5 A212 .f - ' g rif ' ' . 'Rf .ij . . ,, 1: .'7',, 1 , Karl Zenff Irvin Young ,,.f" , ,I ,W . ,.,V ., 2 15, L . ,, Eugene Zepek Underclassmen gladly perform errands for seniors, 1 3' ii lOl VARSITY F 00 J Row 1, I-r, Dove Mehl, John Blair, Carl Gunn, Tim Scheppers, Lee Brandt, Dave Stiles, Bob McKinney, Pepper Upton, Emilio Parker, Angelo Madrigal, Jim Wooten, Andy Hernandez, Jim Lehner, Jim Parsell, Steve Hamblin, Mike Mathiot, Steve Kelly, David Kashak, Duke Elliott, Dan Roberts, Steve Reilly, Bill Couch John Drew Coach Dick Marsh lO4 VARSITY S Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower O O i8 19 6 20 7 35 T3 3 if -as-. W1lE1 1 . .. 5 l 5 E n TBALL 1963 l Yoch, Chuck Aylor, John Hesse, Carl Allen, David Jones, Ken Limon. Row 2, Greg Furnas, Mike Leeny, John Grenfell, Tom Gleason, Steve Mintz John CORE BOARD Fontana T3 .. . Colton O .. Rubidoux 6 . . .' Bonita O ... Claremont 20 . . Upland 6 .. Montclair T4 . . Corona 6 .. Chino O With an overall record of five wins, Three losses, and one tie, the T963 var- sity football season could be termed as successful. This placed the Eagles in a three-way tie for second place in the Tri-County with Upland and Montclair. The defensive unit, which proved to be the mainstay of the team, was able to keep the opposition to an average of one touchdown per game. The of- fense, relying mainly on a hard running game, racked up a total of H8 points during the season. Elected to the all T.C.l.. team were three linemen . . . end Bill Potter, tackle Steve Hamblin, and co-captain Steve Mintz at guard. Dan Roberts, Angelo Maalrigal, Emilio Parker, David Mehl, and co-captain John Blair received hon- orable mention. Coach Milt Smaha E . f . f ., kwa? -44 i S4 X i Xi 2 gm -0 -- kiwi fe 4 ik . ,W w ENSE I 5 A u V 1 , Ap if J' x 5 - ' ' A 1 fsfgliv A M . ' 'W - . g-iflii ,Q , X , -x Y gf -,QW 1,5-vt, f' 5 3 S wwe? mf , v fa -v., W., K,-f' v-,.1 Ky I mf is if ff "IO7' 1 will I X Q F 'K .Lf 1 x :H W6 T 37 ENSE Q.. Wh we s v A sk 1 l 4. J! ., sw 109 .,W..1 3 i s ! ! M-ff wmunnn-mama-:ww-r ,Q-1-W-1-H-f ff.- .1-fl ,--f M. X.fv1m-f. n1'f-w- -. . I .S 'osadas, Chris Hart, Ron Clements, Bill Irby, Charles Painter, Dave Nohlers, Jim Knepshield lmgr.1, Terry Street, Mickey Ukleia, John itanley Urban, David Douglas, Nick Davis, Bill Kent, Joe Yeneral, eller, lrven Rager, Carvel Schmidt. team had a deceptive record Coach Walt Wohlers C0055 DlCl4 King EHS EHS EHS EHS SCORE BOARD Fontana O EHS 6 ..... Colton O EHS 19... .. Rubidoux 6 EHS 26.. Bonita 20 EHS 6 ..,... EHS 7 ....,. Chino .Claremont 13 Upland 7 Montclair 6 Corona 6 A great "B" team effort produces a blocked kick. ,iii one tie. Chino and Rubidoux, county League, outscored Coach total of only thirteen points. ence, which caused many mis- the team from a better record. scored an average of 11.4 performers on offense were lrven Roger, Bob Gire, voted Irby, selected as the outstand- the campaign, against Mont' a "hurry-up huddle" which team, after scoring nineteen of the game went on to have ico-captains Jim Johnson and on the defensive unit, which age of only 8 points a game. Outstanding back Bill lrby Co-captain Jim Johnston r,-we , - f,,,iW Q H , U i s jf., 1- "ff, Q Z- T :iii-3111 'Q' Row i, l-r: Mike Shelly, Sandy Cunningham, Jeff Winter, Mike Prescott, Dennis Grondin, Fred LeClaire, Terry Crecelias, Danny Walters, Bob Vandestine Jim Greg Wilcox, Harlan Tissue, John Stout, Chuck Beimer, Marty Slack, Randy Daneke, Bill Bernier, Richard Dumouchelle, Tom Haggerty Paul Wesley Jim gl 3921 f if -14222.-Vi-fff il s, 5 H7357 i s 4, , Q, , .. , i. Z Bw in We f ,Af-,,,ii,1 " L57 AW if ,,A, ,,,. 3 Q, ,,,.,x ,, ,ii ,,,, , ' V 751. fififii if-1 S way 1 ies ,A , i M S nd C nnin ham brin s down a ass it i W. C1 Y U Q , Q , -, V ffm L . V ., V 'lil' il 5 J C, , C C C life J ?QiA.,,, Mfrs, .miw-We :Q 1 f M.,-. .- f nm ,L Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower see ? me ,Ks if , " , .' A ' k -,,fsgg.- fs ff . ffm C .Q fi .w--- ,.-. A, -V e -e ., , . .. F, T- . 5 ,, C E "" V. ,, '- , , ,y st, ,.hL ,siet12wtfVs' .gM,r3.. ,sMss.,,,,.,,s.,, Ak,,k ,WM A V .I 5- , -, -- 1 , fzf f 1 iifrhg 70- ' mfg' Jenkins Mike Jacobs, Ralph Bishop, Tony Belloni, Roy Polman, Brian Dewar. Row 2: Coach Norm Daluiso, Chester Metcalf, Don Campbell, Craig Johnson, BOARD Colton 6 Norte Vista 7 Upland 26 Claremont 32 Corona O lforfeitl Palmdale 20 Coach Norm Daluiso's hard working T963 "J.V." team was well-balanced in every depart- ment, The offensive unit relied on the ground gaining abilities of co-captain Mike Prescott, who won high scoring laurels, and Bill Bernier. The equally strong aerial game was led by co-captain Don Campbell at quarterback, with Sandy Cun- ningham and Martin Slack serving as his targets. The line, spearheaded by sophomore tackle Paul Wesley, who was voted lineman of the year, ate forded superb protection for the backfield maneu- vers. Dennis Grondin and Wesley were key men in the staunch defensive line, Backing the forward wall were Roy Polman, Brian Dewar, and Bemier. Sandy Cunningham stood out in the effective de- fensive backfield. Overall, the most encouraging aspect of the season was the emergence of excellent soph- omore and junior varsity prospects. 'lull' ..."5 - ,id sham 538 , J W, I f , H6 gf Q17 3 i ss Qi? -W ,J S2 4 5. 5 5, 'ik ig f':iQfYf2, 1,- qgf 5 sank Q Ag Q, . .f.k' K " . -S. 1 -,iL , zi- 1 funn I .f. E EQ. , Aan f, MWA 2 .if-2 -gag iwgggggggaevmzigv, K ' CG .fe x Jfyb ff 'F ga x 13 Y , 1 2 9 W kgs r 5:13, F I Q-an -LL A Q K :ff L 'F -y mm L ,,. . sf 43' K K, x f 45' 1 . A '33 X 4 Er , S Q gm, , J , ,yiexk z M8 f .FU . gi if f' IH 4 , Q , f e -:Q-fn 1 ,. TMI 3 , 121-2e:i.sfi3 ,nqf b:'?PW!5 MSSQL 1013501 .bn-up fu-nav". :I-' lil -TL g WU :jg Q, 'F' 'Qt 3 K 5 N awards were received by Bob McKinney, 1964-65 CDPfClI1a'BlII in N.. 'ts-" ii if Ng.. most inspirafionalpi Gary Ray, best sportsmanship: and John Blair, best player. Qrry Olson, lmgnl, Row' Q, Gary Roy, Phil Dvorolc, John Blair, Bill Poffer, Mike Mofhiof, I . EHS EHS , EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS SCORE BOARD ...........,............ColTon ...Pacific ...SBHS ...FonTc1nc1 .....Aquim:1s ....Alumni ....TempIe City ...Pomona ....Mor1Tclc1ir ...Clairemont ....Uplcmd ...Rubidoux ...BoniTo .....Coror1o ...Chino .....MonTclc1ir .... ....CIoremon'r ...Uploncl .... ....-Rubidoux Bonim' ....Coronc1 .....Chino fs n Powers Guard K '-, . G ry Roy l2O Forwo rd Coach Earl Nesse QQ 99 Coach Earl Nesses "B" baskeTball Team, which ToughT To a Tvvelve win, eighT loss record during The season, was somewhaT erraTic. ATTer sTarTing vvell, The Eagles suffered ha midseason leTdovvn due To a rash of illnesses and injuries. Hovvever, The squad came loack in The second round of Tri-counTy compeTiTion To achieve a league record OT seven vvins, and seven losses. A high poinT Tor The "B's" was in laTe season compe- TiTion againsT ClaremonT, when They scored an all Time "B" high oT 69 poinTs. Junior Dale Murray vvon high poinT honors vviTh a ToTal of 223, which included a one game eTTorT OT 3l poinTs. CapTain Ernie Gallienne, who collecTed 220 poinTs on The season, had The highesT average vviTh l3.6 poinTs per game. A sTandouT on The defensive boards was Gary Walker, who spurred The Team laTe in The season. These plus mosT of The eleven oTher "B" leTTermen will reTurn nexT year To parTicipaTe in varsiTy acTion. SCORE BOARD EHS 40 .... .... C olTon EHS 53... .... Corona 50 EHS 55... .... Pacific EHS 45... .... Chino 58 EHS 4l . .. .... Aquinas EHS 28... .... MonTclair 34 EHS 35... .... MonTclair EHS 69. .. .... ClaremonT 58 EHS 50... .... ClaremonT EHS 54... .... Upland 42 EHS 5l . .. .... Upland EHS 38. .. .... Rubidoux 59 EHS 47... .... Rubidoux EHS 51. . . ... ....BoniTa 45 EHS 44 .... .... B oniTa EHS 57 ......... .... C orona 39 EHS 53 .............. Chino 64 . Captain Ernie Gallienne Xi. xilx Q --... Q 3 2 1521 reaches loose bull. 3 3 S SMR ' L s x...,,f Wide openi Jim Sqdi for two. in "-:I cg W drugs down a rebound x..., x... A2 'U Ilf If ID H a 'S E. 3 U1 - E. I9 C3 'L . 5,4 5 0 'S 8 5' o T "', O Q: U 2 0 Q 3 C -. -. n 1 S. 5 , 6' of i '13 1 i I I I 5 4 sg, E51 ff 5 Q Sa f - if .4 wh Cf 2 Q? rekfzlb-'Y'2g:f'mn.vw1 .ptr , we r x 2' ' pr ' t:w.g.f ,ii Y w.+,rg-K,-fwffy' ,, :sv ,yy I.. fqfrffpkli ,,,-av r- v,,.,,,-Lam, - ,453 igriggiif Swv, f a A A, -f" ' 'T '- lfkbove, leftl Karl Henry l22J shows the style that set a school cross country record of 9:53. lAbove, rightl Henry and captain Richard Aleiandre l23l set the pace l as they did all season, Although Aleiandre and Henry consistently placed one-two, the inexperienced tearn locked depth to back them up. However, Coach Harlcin's cross country squad, with C1 two win, five loss league record, clinched cm fifth place T.C.L. berth. Coach Gene Harkin f -I SCORE BOARD 4 EHS 17 ..... iaubidoux 46 EHS 36 ..... upiond 25 ' EHS 33 ..... Bonita 24 EHS 20 ..... Montclair f 35 A EHS 34 ..... Claremont 23 EHS 38 ..... Corona 23 EHS 34 ..... crime 24 Captain Richard Aleiandre 1, ' L' WRESTLING Z-'aw af E V I 1 55 an 1-' ASColovComes w!1m,QaNo1w Po'rfer,VfNick' Kdnnefh Jackson J . Gcsfineau, Lowe. .Letter "H" Heir To rightl Jim Thorpe, DqQe,Leo'ch,,and Pam Hcslseth. Letter Qboirom CLHQYYPHGQUS, Larry Muzzolu, Brion Ciork, Cmd w,f., i Sm'Tth,'Josep1'w Wclck, Greg Cessforc Courtney, -Dem Milis, Carolyn Wesse, 5' IS Bom o6Tfrw'S Qlleuwg .fn : 'Sl - . ' 6 ' , l ji fy ., is ig - i -f , . . 2 , K T is 53 - afar . V : .,.L,, ,E -A .V y 4-f-'Mr ,Ei 'Ui- rm- Tf Mike .Ross Cancer! Erector The Eisenhower l-ligh School Music DeparTmenT Takes pride in irs insTru- menTal members. None can deny ThaT our Pep Band adds much To rallies and games. The year of The Eagle awakens To The TacT ThaT our Pep and Marching bands bring honor To our school. The con- cerT orchesrra up- holds iTs ouTsTanding qualiTy ThroughouT The years. We are reminded OT The awards received by all The bands in daily and TesTival parTici- paTion. Special crediT is commanded Tor Vir- ginia Mooney, Drum MaioreTTe, Rae ,Jeanne SmiTh, Pep Band leader and or- ganizer, Mike Ross, concerT direcTor, The Band officers are Rae Jeanne SmiTh, Presi- denT, Greg Eckler, Vice PresidenT2 Susan Mosher, Secreraryg Paul ColcquiTT, Treas- urer, and Mike Ross, ConcerT Direcror. l-lere'sTo conTinued success and sTirring perTormances in all of Eisenhower l-ligh's TuTure. T27 ,iw 4,35 wmv f Qi ' 1 L R 1 w '4 3 if , A , ."L-- -gt LJ" x ,E cruz N by Q at 1 Q I .,., .. 3 A ,gm -2 , fr. E It , it i' y , ,tj i. , qs: A is .ff Sayle Patterson, Nick Davis, George Wetherly Jr,, Tom Hruska, Put Iackson, Elizabeth Jones, Hollis Giger, Virginia Mooney, Nancy Holt, Jim Thorpe, Charles Knadler, if 3 8 1, , A fi W M gf I X gs ' Judie Thompson, E. H. Potter, Hal Yorke, Don Mills, Marc P. Courtney, Smith, Bryan, Clark, Larry Mauola, Greg Cessford, Torn McGregor, Joseph Walke. Fourth 4 x-we W "iff-' 13? ' A Qii j . ' 4' " - 'ff 5 ' 5 l 2 iffllfl D , . v'f ' ,,,'f', Q f's3Q5 f?1l' gf fe Ni i f 5' , si , F af Q -f a 5 Q il f I ji Qirar L? , Ha 5, :.rf'1: ,:,:',,K'..-: garmin:-,r, .rr ,. 13,-if .mm-,ni , Qfilrap-r me g p.:e-.rm ',,.f-:r:qg:5g,r:.:-. H ., 3 ' 3 or K, '1fi'Q:.g. " i ni E Wife? es. 'ua-"W Z- 1 Y WW- ,,' 5- !,,'E 5 "'i if W , , m ,QAI , ,,-aziifigii-X .E s 'lk Q' 5 gy 4-if 5w gshf'i: 1 'M 2 . ,,,, ff' iff and Ronnie Mr. Emerson ' ,Q i'i'K ,:-wfe in ' 5 r 4 H ' Q ,E T, T, ,ik s V ,.: yi -A We-fl ,. K I .. ,X ihgri V T at Q,,,g,,,,, ,gL gh 1 'Q ,,,g,, -. .. Q 3. ,Q 3 ll, X " allrgfw it 14' 5 sw as H1515 ring V? QREMV' 'lax -no 4 Q- if mg, .wvaigg E 1 ,W 2 i l A CAPP 1 W , 1. 1. lat,-fis11v",5w" siflzsa ,, , , - ' K V ,N ' df -5 'milf fi Jai. "ii ' l' 355 2535522344221-it . - K K First Row lleft to rightl1 Marylynn Kebort, Pat Gallagher, Nancy Holmes, Suzon Wohlers, Dorie Lee, Sheri Applebee, Noreen Masterson, Judy Rust, Steve Mummert, Marian Knowles, Jane Cunningham, Brenda Glaze, Diana Ukleja, Potti Bauer, Susan Goodman, Bill Ramaley, Doug Bartells, Duke Elliott, Jim Kiss, Sandy Blair, Jocquie York, Jackie Fischer, Julie Vargo, Marilyn Swartz, Don Gilbert, Dovid Gonzalez, Tom Teeter, Bob Baldwin, Allen Stovall, Carolyn Jones, Carol Mims, Glee Grenslitt, Marcia Ulrey, Larry Lewis, Jess Hopkins, Tim Snell, Doug Snell, Richard Wright, Virginia Jackson, Roberto Ee ' , if ft LW? 5 Sig fam! K QV hr re ttggngie Secretory Elliott .L i' A 5-1. -. fi, . ii , :A K .L I Tl ' - ,T-Si::'t6?i2l G M :i1':::': .1 V, I .,:- k .,-- Qi., 5. 2 , 7- i, -1: aft: K g 'ftiskg-Z. Marion Witkauckcis i mwfssxxaer YW ELLA CHOIR Bland, Larry Waliers, Jim Schmiff, Jim Easfwood, Bev Parades, Barbara Koch, Michele Derrick, Linda Lane, Donna Long, Rufh Davis. Second Row: Connie Sfofler, Gary Cox, Linda McGowen, Linda Townsend, Shirley Flelcher, Kandi Frost, Beverly Silver, Third Row: Kathy Lamoreaux, Sheila Myers, Adrianne Jerry Gustafson, Mary Ann Barnes, Karen Anderson, Phyllis Lawson, Karen Butfress. Fourth Row: Therysa Lockwood, Donna Reeves, Carol Stephens, Hendricks, Stephanie Fehn, and Kafhy Peferson. hug Qlwuts andfwlflspwss First Row llett to rightl: Edie Bowden, Sally Bacon, Barbara Compton, Cathy Hawkins, .loya Uhler, Terri Vidana, Sandy Staull, Marie Estes, Gaye McShane, and Lauia Biford. Second Row: Barbara Buscemi, Sandi Castro, Jill Parker, Lynette Carr, Terri Wolhart, Pat Bennett, Lynne Strauser, Terri Bennett, JoAnn Valentine, and Linda Corley. Third Row: Glenda Slackin, Paola Wright, Jackie Thomson, Carol DeMaree, Marilyn Berryhill, Beverly Filiger, and Linda Glanvilla. PHHRI Q First Row liett to rigntl: Bette Slaybaugh, Larry Lewis, Eddie Gardner, David Gonzalez, Ken Davis, Bill Wackerman, Tom Teeter, Mike Valdez, Harold Bishop, John Wallace, and Diane Staats. Second Row: Claudia Felicetta, Ann Sutherland, Mary Bauaza, Pat Pennell, Phyllis Mote, Barbara Eason, Beverly Vinson, Judith Harrison, Penny Lewis, Linda Braksator, Judy Smith, Patricia Stockwell. Third Row: Chris Appleton, loma DeMarco, Paula Wright, Francine Schmitt, Sue Dodson, Elaine lvy, Florence Borden, Carol Raykowski, Linda Thompson, Linda Sibley, Fran Wood, Chris Vasquez, Karen Faust, Mary Lockwood, Sharon Burton, Sharon Weeks. T32 z 5, ,- 5 1 .ff new ,, ,, if .Wy . my 3 '-fm-..,mW,, W M W Q I33 5 X 2 1' , x f k,x,-- ., M H 1 .1 5 v 2 wa L,,z. IWQ -l,,1 - 5, 'm,..-11,-swf 2-9-- -izi . . Y, . , 7221 . ,, s .. -: viii . .sm -. Q-, - , 7 Q ' 'snuff ' 7. . ,..,. : J' as ,- F, rg' R , : 'WT' A :::::E:5a. gf 1 , 1 , - A 3 'K h--- - ...Jw H X- . .K FQ? .S 5-V .-fk ,Q ,fi 2-C5323 .f"5f'i5si'?' . yi ' vi, eww "' ng 5 ' . Y'f" ': F:g'1 ,::.-i.g,.P.f!22:wid,-1-.u.aIx:. :.1ffffmffgm53"fs'ffsSpg222,P7ff A-., 'i' ' . .W asf is W 'K ik x 4: . gg ,f:3:a' i' - .li slr www' W. ..fL,A. -ivzs' Milf- " ,- qffmwilfzff' ' 1g?7f'5Ns,!wf5m' 3' 3r i'??iW35M. A , .s ,Q my Q . ,'x,Q-ffxgfmfffff -, S Qi J - wwwf '--,. ir A- : 3 ' V- 'ff Q 2 f 5 Q, ,N J gg: E rw if 135 ,,,, ii. 2 ' fm lli f l The Eisenhower High Under The olireciion of Mr, presenTeol Two oufsranding able Crichton" was a fine performance wiTh such Charles Siark playing Lord Brockhursr, and Danny nephew. Needless To say The play abouf for days afrer by The "Our Town" was presenieol feawre issue in The summer Mr. Hodseli Drama Department Director f Q4 is 5 - 7323? 1' 1. 1 ii, .i wi' . sm' .wZf'C..: . ,mow .fs-e-:E f.:.,,. f d v Uf ".'-Wai! LI -' rvggiw--za -11.9 m., ., ., . Y' 5 .7 ' . . K. .- .A I 6 r f J 2 I . A " s"Y3i'51 -' " . W , X -5 "' is x ,X 1 sv . 4 L, 'v b M lr 1 5: in ' lug I ,Nl Q' 'A ff 91 K-1. 2 if ' 44 1 1 'Y 1- K -, A, -,.:..s1:.--,-N411 W lfr S35 '- ' fs ,,.,.-JK" School Dronmo Depdrfme-nT l-lddsell ond Mrs. Robinson pldys This yeor. The "Admir- exomple of Tolenl ond oulslonding chorodrers ds Chrichfon, Rod Smolin ds DeSellem os Brockhursfs wos o success ond Tolked sTUdenT body. in April dnd will be on supplement Mrs. Robinson Drama Deporlmenf Direcfor M f ff L 'r---f ,Ms 1 Kdirin Wiese , . . and , . . Pcitricim Johnson, 1964 Scholosric The pen cind ink drawings here were rendered by siudenrs in Mrs. ESIWEIITIOUYS ddvdnced drr cldss dnd Mr. Sn1iTh's iniroducrion To Ari cidss. A 5' ,Wiki i I I p F 'AU 74 V I1 Eff! 55- Arr Award winners. Katherine Donald Kemlyn Eshelman Smith Crouse Adv. Art Aff DesIgn Art I Art I Annual Crafts Ceramics Arf I In S. FK ,V .- Il . .J I I III iff' ,I J I D ,B . V FI E ARTS DEPT ' .4 Confem I dryi 53' fl Speech Squad: FirsT Row lleft To righTj: Lynne Walker, Mary Ann Pasquarelli, Barbara Fischer, Barbara Kaufman, Lyn Barker, my coiwwiwgimi 'X ir Jean Wheat, Joe Srrigle, Bob Henderson, and Talmadge Bell. Second Row: Jennifer Short, Dixie Williams, Sheryl Grim, Gail Doncihoe, Barbara Webb, Kennerh Radford, Gary Bessey, and Charles Hickey. Third Row: Ken Painter, Charlie STN" Debare Team. Ken Limon and Gail Donahoe. Charles Sfark Ken Limon l.lOVTlS Club Winner Li0n'5 Club Winner Mrs. Robison :ke Massengill, and George Mcliiernan. Aside from Tesfivals, Those inTeresTed in Speech have a chance To compeTe in conTesTs sponsored by various organizaTions. Rewards Tor "excellence" range from Trophies and monerary awards To Tours of The UniTed STaTes. l Gail Donahoe Joe Srrigle 305 Berman American Legion Exchange Club Qpfrmysfs Winner Winner 5 s E Z 1 L 5 f Z 2 i 4 2 2 i i is Wouew into 0LT'v1w. For the first time, the body has become subordinate to the mind in the world of sports. The "Challenge Bowl" team which pits the mental acumen of one team against another was instituted at Eisenhower this year. ln competition, the Eagle Var- sity Scholars fared well against teams such as S.B.l-l.S., Fontana, and Pacific. Representing the Math Depart- ment, Mr. Plimleys squad of five competed with the best in Southern California and placed second in their division. This was the first time an Eisenhower math group had brought such a distinction to the school. Joe Baron and Jim Alexander Mad l-latter participants WW 7y,,,1lqe,5 il MU ta""t.,J'l' ' I ff 1 ., if , 4 ,K f 1 N by-Jon 'Segerhond Bill Mullis ofthe Leap Frog Relay Team V 'z 1 N A W. . Scroy Advisor T 9 T, 'Hen A2 WRITING 5 ors res Q In fx ISEHM 1.1. A ,J -as -if if i Q' L... M 4' fmt 5 RECOLLECTION By Dave Menninger We were all only ten or eleven years old, and we did not really know. The U. S. Army post located at Wurzburg, Germany, was Leighton Barracks. My father was not in the Army, he was a maior in the Air Force. But the radar base at which he was stationed, some seventeen kilometers out of Wurzburg, had no housing facilities for dependents. So during the three years of my father's tour in Germany we lived at Leighton, which did have housing. The housing area reserved for those officers holding the rank .of maior or above was called Lincoln. lt was situated on a small hill overlooking the city. At one end of the area there was a playground for the dependent children. lt had a slide, swings, sand-boxes, and a merry-go-round, the type which you propel yourself by running alongside of jt, pushing it, pushing it, then iumping on for the ride. It was a fine playground, and we used it a lot. Sometimes groups of German children would come up from the bottom of the hill, where they lived, and use the playgrounds equipment. They did not have one of their own. They were not supposed to enter the bounds of Lincoln, a chicken-wire fence had been put up by the Army to let the German kids know they were not allowed. But somebody had trampled down a section of the fence, and they came anyway. The military police knew about it, but they stayed away from the area as much as they could. They did not seem to want to tell anybody he could not use the playground. We did tell them. It was not always. Sometimes, when we had other things to do, we left them alone. But there were days-warm summer days-when we all got together, boys and girls, and sauntered over to the playground and the Germans. At first we would lust stand around, watching them, talking among ourselves. They would go on playing on the swings or slide, not paying us any visible attention, conversing with each other in their abrupt, Teutonic tongue, which we could never understand. It would go like that for some minutes, we standing around while they were having a good time. Then one of us would want to swing. Then we would all want to swing. And we would want to use the swings the German kids were using, "Why don't you go home?" somebody would say. "Get out of here." They would stop talking and look at us. "Raus mit you," we would say. "Raus, raus!" They would not move. They might say something defensive, they might not. It did not matter. "Raus, raus, raus!" Back and forth the swings would sway, the riders casting lazy shadows on the ground. "This is our stuff! Beat it or we'll call the M. P,'s!" Back and forth, back and forth . . . "Nazisl Get out of here, you Nazis!" "Nazis! Nazis!" "Sieg heil, Nazi! Sieg heil!" "Hey, look a Adolph! l-leil, Hitler!" "NAZIS!" Their shoes would begin to drag in the dirt. The swings would stop. The Germans would get up and begin walking, by one's and two's over the fence, down the hill, to their homes. We would stand there by the fence, grinning at each other, the dust still in the air beneath the swings. They'll never come back, we would say. Never. But they always did. Because we were all only ten or eleven years old, and we did not really know. 143 S . Q 5 i E e Yves , ll Alli5rfUl'i'lYtB0lC!l!'19 - K jf Judy Currufhgrs Michele Derrick ,Fcidullx Eclilor V Creuliife' Writer Business Manager - W' --nni -,.i5f,?.sii,ip:- s eee s I Holly Hunslad lndex I NNUAL i The annual statt is proud to announce the formerly top secret information ot what determines greatness in an l8O days l203 hrs. 39 min. 20 sec.J, made l7O visits to the Financial Secretary, used lOO gallons ot gasolineg made 87 waste basketsg devoured l7 boxes at No Doze, inhaled l7 boxes of Sleep-eze, knitted 7 sweaters, used 5 quart bottles of lessly acquired l parking ticket, boast l fixed typevvriterg and took revenge upon l annual advisor. l44 64 STAFF ,,, fk, ml l 4 4 'lr - , ,4 'Q' Y -E' V ' f W 5 lf, -v, ,am a ,434 A , ,iw "' 'r N .yn 1:25 -in ,,., j H it li-lil yyfk' l lf' . .,," , 2 I 5 n ! an 4 E annual. While working on the annual we had 14,784,000 heartbeats, sneaked 704 cokes, made 216 phone calls, spent visits to the library, burned 50 quarts of oil, wore out 27 pairs of shoes, demolished 28 Cut up annuals, filled l9 brim full glue, stole 4 sheets of stamps, wove 3 pot holders, maneuvered 2 engagement rings, crocheted l table cloth, effort- l45 1 'X Q E K 3521 is sw 21 ii Xa 5 X Q in . '32 R. xxx: , V-1 jigd Mi, .JN7 AA YQ-4 Lx ?'QQbQfSS3s 5?,b'5 A3,v 5w 5mmL'X -Q - gljf X E Rf' 2 ' Vinh .5 N X 0 Kxb 3+ I? Q X ., ww .gn ,iff A - Y N 'J s H , -J 4 "' XYQKQQ x . ,X . -3 :iZ5f'N Fw X M A , J I v-.9 N. Q 3 x Xxij X 1, K, 1 X, J Nj Y 93 'i W N XJ Q 'gifw-A L' is ' WF , xx xy 1 ? 1 W Wm ,Awww rl X.. ,NYY 'S 5 5 ef K 5 X: 5 1 Q Q s e 5 2 Q i X Q X 2 2 5 5. i f K 1 K i Q 1 X Who... will... ff... be...? M N 8 A Princess . . . and Then . . . Q lovely Queen . . . Firsf Princess Veda Hobson, The anficipafion is over . . . FOOTBALL H0 ECUMING 1963 Princesses Sharon Adams, Chris Cardiff, and Pam Taggart. 149 Loughfer . . . Pride . . . Tears. . . wi 5 1 7 if ff' .3 2 ,sf f -A :gd - . T' si The court . . . The Queen . . . Senior Princess Jennifer Docis BASKETB LL HOMECUMING 1964 Anticipation . . . 150 Appfehemion - - A Sophomore Darling Sandy Blair, Junior Darling Sharon Howard. .-fikffi 121522 ki? E ogcum in ful brow As The 'rmoiisfs were escorfed onfo The floor, T e was C1 definite of oppre- hension, Court 'Hfwa ble ...I 5 5 if fs ii S ES Lx 62 .H ,Q if gs Si 5 S gf Q 25 if 'A 1, , iki ,f 5' ,Q 1 ' ,-L- i J A. ,, .,,.. 9535 H ' ' if .K gi ,NQ . W Q, r 2 af 5 1 3 .QF ' Q' . ,,,f E -a.....,. Q is M 1 , if ,xt 41 sw iimjp , fgsrfgiigig ? sv 5 A Egg Q, U , 'ij B .. 'i in w-, I Eg A, ya: fig T H? 'Y f Jfwmfx, qu a 5 2,1 4 K' 5 X Wm 1 mf, my I -ff 1222: ME-4.1, M554 M. , K WL uf Q , 1 ,, f X Special notice must be given to the pom-pon, and flag routines and the precision with which they were carried out. They stand out above those in the past years. .ar - "T The pep band was indispensable. Its music at the games and the atmosphere it provided was an integral part of the spirit of 1964. Rae Jeanne Smith did a wonderful iob of directing the band. fi' 155 id their part to uphold enlHUSi4dshf fh is year IFE ' 'H wfwgaifzrqg ' ggwsffzzf-'-f. -, sf ,,.i?fg.ggr335-zxffaxyeggggg. . Ie: xi,g 1-wx-msn " r mu, ,num bw-is .ff Fx 5 j ll 1 9 Y i 555 A Dehsie ' sharp team marches in very intriguing with much appreciation by ihe crowd, PM Lf AWARDS Drill Team Awards Drill Team Awards Aquila Presentation -.i-. "B" Basketball Awards "B" Football Awards ' Va rssfy Football Awards ,sr 'ff' 1 ?ff.+,sc- ,..- "B" High Point M 81 Mrs Semfurmer ilk ,O ' 15 AA V 'Sly' Awards Banque? Winter Awards Banqur Coach Dowd E-mc3 I "B" Basketball BANQUETS "B" Basketbal! Award .f"' Pledge of Allegiance fl' Invocation Homecoming Courts Mr. Cook Annual Awards Indusfrial Arts Jour Gmpplers j Y ldornonwakirng Award She leorned . . . Eisenhower High School wos lucky to have been oble to sponsor on exchange student os wonderful os Kit Sinn Chon from Molcxysio. Kitty mode herself ci port of Eisenhower, ond Eisenhower occepted her with smiles. With her wonderful personolity, canol the wonderful smile she hold for everyone, Kitty hos token o port of dll of our heorts. i I I Y She listened . , . She laughed . . . 'l6O She lived . ,. ond she loved. FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT KIT SINN CHAN MALAYSIA E 2 Kit Sinn Chan in her notional costume. H! sw? Q, , ...t.,..,.,. .. 4 7 ,tw , 7 ,-:F - . - we1-gs--1:f,e1.5g.gs.Q,.m-15- f-M . . V - ., , 1 t, ,,., v,.,, , Lk,. ,my -- ,Ai M, -J 1f1,,:1,: ft . .. 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The best part of our stay in Japan was visiting the schools and meeting the During the week we spent at school, we were able to attend a traditional Japanese on the following pagel, and go to Nikko where we visited Kegon Falls, Chuzenii. -fe fy-ft-1-fi-x. -... ,..- ,-4:e,...,,. ,, -e.......,..A -,.. J-. people was no than talking swith customs, and exchanging ideas. r " ' MmOur,actuaI trip began June 27th, when Peter E w i 1 bus into 'the l.os Angeles International Airport. After a ,brief stop in Anchorage, we were the airport by, Mayor Sakurai of Tachikawa. able to meet 'our papa-sans and mama-fsans., g The first dayblwas spent with any airforce streets of Tokyo, we5noticed the, preparations My papa-san, Mr. Suzuki, owned a large The following day we began our tour' of V office, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Kokusai theater, and Kabuki, a Japanese 'U it L 'W 'illt ' 'J' ..f.: i I 1 i w w i i r l 1 . is not Japanese Yokahama, Toshogu Shrine lake. 5 avg vf ff r 3 a ' uf if 6 Q 'in +5 0 R Q 's Y' in 'J F , ff My E 2' 5. ' we am- J' M 'P 3 X ,M ,. 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Rofer Johnson ourogrophs fcibiecioth, is This Ringo? i - Overconfidenf sfudems buy 1964 groduafion announcemems. Cars line up To drag on E.H.S.1rack. MF. P14119 CJGCICIYGS G "hGil"'0'dC1Y- Juniors busily do nothing on Prom. Garbage in our Trash cans Hail! Hail! The gangs all here, Juniors freely display blank decorations. For-head? if lf? 435. 1 3 X ,H fi 55 , iw MW 9 Sw, mg 'EF raw Elm Row if Christine Cardiff, Janise Baker, Becky Alexander, Mariorie Witkauckas, Judie Wyant, Margy Garland, Maggie Meek, Veda Hobson, Carol Moyer, Pam Taggart. Row 2: Nancy Holmes, Pat Loving, Ann Page, Colleen Townsend, Tina Cozzo, Charlene Karl, Pat Burnett, Linde Williams, Mary Ann Williams, Karen Malinka, Marsha Bacon. Row 3: Sandy Blair, Adrianne Kiss, Marsha Schwichtenberg, Kathy Andrew, Claudia Heneise, Glee- Grinslitt, Claudia Peters, Kit Sinn Chan. me 3: 1' ' E A 4 Vi PQ K , 4 4, i -,Q . as M -I . A H " " r i' .svgg - W' f? W ., is, yas: - , , tf,s1-ws-H W' A , N . .?w,,, f f H A , . I I . K K 7. - . - 54, f fy I- .qgaizqiffgin W - v, . N . wif' is M 1. .asi'2i+,?i 'r P gg V Veda Hobson Margy Garland Maggie Meek Claudia Heneise Jill Parker Treasurer Social Chairman President Service Chairman Secretary T72 " A. X l DIPLOMATS ' -l Row l: Carl Allen, Tom De Poalis, John Blair, Mike Leeny, Ken Limon, John Baron, Mr. Paul Williams. Row 2: Duke Elliott, Larry Lewis, Gary Cox, Don Josi, Curt Bailey, Rod Smolin, Bob Koch, Paul Gonzales, Angelo Maolrigal, Steve Caudill. Row 31 Roy Cox, Chris Heart, Steve Hamlolin, Jerry Burley, Ken Painter, Dave Mehl, Cameron Monk, Jim Williams, Marc Johnson, Mike Chauvet. Row 4: Jim Wilson, Jim Schmitt, Ben Ortiz, Terry Johnson, Jim Parsell, Dick Wright, Jess Hopkins, Bill Voeller, Mickey Ukleya, Don Campbell, Greg Wilcox. Carl Allen Tim Scheppers lst Semester Pres. , if '11 John Blair 2nd Semester Pres. Duke Elliott Sgt.-at-Arms John Blair Vice-President Sec'y-Treas. i v pk 'tural 3 1 ., 1 ii K1 J r M' 1 .X he i. .V I fr if-, 'V 1, Steve Hamblin Rod Smolin Bill Bernier Vice-President Sec'y-Treas. Sgt.-at-Arms l73 Rovv ir Wilma Ditchcreek, Dottie Roberts, Debbie Smith. Row 2: Neta Hendricks, Roy Polman, President, John Rice, lrv Rager, Rae Jeanne Smith. l 3 i 5 2 Row iz Joan Zavvaski, Karen Kappert, Debbie Smith, Jackie Haughey, Caren Waxham, Marybeth Ware, Mrs. Luciana Johnson, Row 2: Diane Staats, Suzy Wohlers, Kit Sinn Chan, Dixie Williams, Sheila Coble, President, Rickie Guirnmond, Lorna Youngs, Candy Hogan, Pat McGowan, Gayle Patterson, Catherine Lockwood. Row 3: Mary Ann Williams, Linde Williams, Nikki Matich, Linda Maas, Christie Braksator, Jacquie York, Ruth Davis, Jane Glass, Barbara George, Kathy Gentry, Judy McGowan, Pam Parlette. Row 4. Susan Fraley, Billie Jo Polkow, Mike Massingill, David Coe, John Pitts, Cameron Monk, Linda Britton, Jo Ann Hughes, Lynnette Held, Linda Morgan, Susie Hostetler. 174 ,ena- Rovv 1: Phyllis Mote, Susie Hostetler, Lindo McGovven, Marion Witkauckas, Susie Kingry, Eileen Garrett, Earleen Hoover, DeDe Wildoner. Row 2: Baerd, Suzy Wohlers, Rickie Guimmond, Noreen Mosterson, Stevie Rea, Pat Romero, Pam Parlette, Carol Baker, Gayle Patterson, Heather Ferrell, Kaminski, Peggy Hotard. Row 3: Jeri Johnson, Pam Loudon, Bev Law, Sheila Coble, Pam Miller, Vicki Sprung, Peggy Rosenovv, Christie Braksator, Barbrick, Vicki Bacon. Row 4: Debbie Hamre, Vicky Hollister, Judy Cox, Vicki La Mar, Nancy Heasloop, Patsy Limon, Kriss Randall, Lynn Couch, Rose, Pat Conners. Heleen Jackie Sylvia Arlene l Hi fc Marion Witkauckas Susie Hostetler Linda McGowan Vice-President Attendance Sec'y Secretqry Z Susie Kingry DeDe Wildoner Eileen Garrett Eorleen Hoover President Treasurer Historian Social Chairman 176 s Row 'lx Fred Martinez, Jim Johnston, Mike Stipes, Jim Horn, Glenn Lightfoot. Row 21 Robin Pellisier, Gary Clayio, Mike Logan, Tom Glasser, Dennis Wadley, Robbie Bader. Row 31 Mike Mathiot, John Grentell, Mike Waclley, John Hesse, Skip Morgan, Bob Davis, Randy Leitheit, Greg Hall, Steve Murray. ni Tom Glasser Vice-President 'CW 1, x fs v '-'nas 354, f Jim Horn Glenn Lightfoot Mike Stipes Bob Davis Sgt.-at-Arms President Secretary Treasurer Row 1: Josie Gonzales, lst Sem, President, Ted Boehler, Judy Carruthers, Margy Garland, 2nd Sem. President, Tom De Paolis, Catherine Lockwood, Christine Cardift. Row 2: Carol Moyer, Suzy Wohlers, Ginger Rohr, Susie Hostetler, Gail Watton, Mary Layman, Candy Frost, Marybeth Ware, Claire Shimizu. Row 3: Kathy Mullins, Cindy Benner, Ann Page, Ruth Davis, George Past, Cathy Cowan, Marsha Stewart, Pat Chance, Bill Wallace, Regina Berry. Row 4: Cheryl Meeker, Bill Dobberpuhl, Bill Hamre, Richard Koch, Cameron Monk, Kris Randall, Jackie Haughey, Linda Grounds, Pat Bischoff, Jamie North. CLUB Row l: Phil Bachman, John Baron, Mike Leeny, Lee Holcomb, Lynn Couch, Patsy Limon, Sydney Bowen. Row 2: Mr. Richard Von Grabow, Dennis Mowbray, George McKiernen, Bill Vaughn, President, Pamela Smith, Mary Layman, Verna Wolhart, Pat McGowan, Kit Sinn Chan, Peggy Rosenow. Row 3: Doug Peterson, ,Billy Bergan, Bob Vandestine, Mary Miller, Debbie Smith, Cindi Clements, Linda Lewis, Janis Buss, Carol Hanzlick, Joan Zawaski, Chris Appleton. Row 11: Jim Knepshield, Hal Yorke, Jim Fergusson, Fred Waters, Bob Radke, Jeremiah Farr, Warren Hendry, Ken Heldt, Lynette Held, Vicki Sprang. l78 Row iz Christine Cardiff, Suzy Wohlers, Judy Rust, Marion Witkauckas, Linda McGowan, Debbie Hamre, Susie Hostetler, Martha Price, Heather Ferrell Row 2: Cherrian Felicetta, Michele Derrick, Eileen Garrett, Jeri Johnson, Carol Baker, Stevie Rea, Pam Parlette, Marybeth Ware, Louise Loyd, Peggy Rosenovv, Neta Hendricks, Ann Page, Row 3: Jennifer Docis, Jo Ann Hughes, Vicky Hollister, Tony La Scala, Cheryl Smith, Diane Staats, Judy McGowan Gayle Patterson, Kathy Andrew, Christie Braksator, Cathy Cowan, Shirley Gloubig, Carole Roberts. Row 4: Gail Walton, Wilma Difchcreek, Linda Townsend, Margy Garland, Maggie Meek, Colleen Townsend, Claudia Heneise, Karen Malinka, Pam Olson, Jackie Kaminski, Marsha Stewart. P f -2' 'Y W HZ A if W e Y if , , M X -E X s 2, 1. X if F 5' Q 0, ,W K 1 ' 4, Q C UH i PV . 'A' is E' Y? 3, 'ffge 16 Marion lWitkauckas Susie Hostetler Judy Rust Suzy Wolqlers 'mf Princess Scribe Wampum Maiden Harvest Mgiden L xi ,rLgu".- N 2 - , - . ., 3 fi 1 ' H 2 ' ' . S ' if , if ' 51.- 3.35 1 gg . u i gm i ii Jem 3 .E it be . J 1, 5 xr rr-' - fi , it "' M 'r r i - - K , .,,,,,.L c, f ' fi - ,, ' J ,, 5 1, QV , .., I r 'W' c. N ' J - ' K A :ji . I K A :k.k fl. i, ki. 2 gi ,EV Y , 1 ,N K , 5- ggt. CS., r , ii , c , ,gf 5 ' ' V ' ' . , 5 . iii- ik' ' r ' XS 12 '- Q w - ,- . lp4. 'i31kif' ' i, ' 1 . c, 4 f c JQIV3 va E ' Ki X Q , K Debbie Homfe l'l9C'Tl'19" Ferrell Martha Price Chris Cardiff Linda McGowan 8 AWOVC' SUN Goddess- Sunshine Maiden Memory Maiden Alumni Maiden l O Row if Mary Layman, Jackie Kaminski, Suzy Wohlers, Linda Townsend, Lorna Youngs, Jon Seger, Lee Holcomb, Tom De Paolis, Bob Henderson, Gayle Patterson. Row 2: Carol Sorrells, Jeri Johnson, Linda McGowan, Jackie Haughey, Michele Derrick, Candy Hogan, Catherine Lockwood, Pat McGowan, Judy McGowan, Pam Parlette, Rae Jeanne Smith, Bob Radke. Row 3: Susie Hastetler, Bill Potter, Gail Donahoe, Shirley Glaubig, Heather Ferrell, Jo Ann Hughes, Barbara George, Linda Rorabaugh, Joan Zawaski, Carole Roberts. Row 41 Cameron Monk, Bill Vaughn, John Blair, Jim Knepshield, Bill Harnre, David Coe, John Pitts, Morton Blizin, Joe Baron, Kenneth Lee Jackson, Hal Yorke, Bill Dobberpuhl, David Lollis, Terry Johnson, Bill Mullins, Q' 1 C, s,,c is-can V T3 J.: 13 'ii s lil . -Wiki ,S f Q l.,- 'fl ,Aw 06 Bill Mullins Treasurer J-wr umxr' h pr W 5 V ,qw " 2 :., 2 M 5 5 F W 2 1 6, Jon SGQSV Carole Roberts Jackie Kaminski President Vice-President Secretary T81 Row lt Jan Van Fossan, Cheryl Young, Linda Connell, Margaret Williams, Vicki Leckenby, President, Clyda Coovert, Susan Button, Lorna Youngs, Linda Barry, Nancy Haesloop, Sandi Prouty, Lynda Montgomery, Ellen Stover, Moire Wilcox, Mickie De Courten, Kathy l-lughes, Nancy Holt, Claire Shimizu, Sheri Hoover, Linda Lewis. Row 2: Carol Sorrells, Vicky Hollister, Cheryl Meeker, Donna Pawloski, Emily Ortiz, Marlene Autrey, Gail Watson, Sandy Posadas, Debbie Smith, Pat McGowan, Ruth Davis, Jan Childs, Judy Cox, Kathy Diekhoft, Lynn Barker, Cindi Clements, Carol Smith. Row 3: Lynette Held, Carole Roberts, Patty Demaree, Janise Buss, Linda Rogers, Cathy Hawkirs, Judy McGowan, Pat Romero, Jamie North, Verna Wolhart, Marilyn Slaybough, Donna Haeferf Marsha Hawk, Barbara Eason, Linda Beckett. Row 4: Glenda Glackin, Sharon Hoover, Jane Hite, Becky Fields, Holly Hunstad, Shirley Long, Johnnie Altstatts, Candy Hogan, Catherine Lockwood, Kathy Gentry, Cindy Viero, Joan Stewart, Linda Trail, Sheri Strecker, Vicki Courts, Linda Villanes, Terri Taylor, Vicki Stauss, Row l: Margy Garland, Treasurer, Dixie Williams, Corresponding Sec., Connie Holmes, President, Stevie Rea, Vice-President. Row 2: Mary Ann Williams, Soph. Rep,, Nancy Holmes, Soph. Rep., Maggie Meek, Azurette Rep., Susie Hostetler, Publicity Sec. Row 3: Cheryl Bryant, Recording Sec,, Carol Boyd, Jr. Rep., Sheila Cable, Historian, Debbie l-lamre, Soboban Rep., Linda Williams, Sr. Rep, i82 Row iz Vicky Hollister, President, Marion Witkauckas, Rickie Guimmond, Earleen Hoover, Jo Ann Hughes, Jackie Kaminski, Karen Anderson. Row 2: Suzy Wohlers, 'Susie Hostetler, Linda McGowan, Jeri Johnson, Carol Boyd, Dottie Roberts, Nancy Leitheit, Kathy Walsh, Judy McGowan, Sharon Purtle, Louise Loyd, Linda Potter, Kathy Garringer, Patti Bauer. Row 3: Debbie Hamre, Susie Kingry, Bev Law, Eileen Garrett, Peggy Cowart, Judy Cox, Jan Childs, Jane Glass, Pat Romero, Carole Roberts, Lynnette Held, Linda Sibley. Row 41 Helen McNelis, Mary Porter, Grace Fisher, Pat Burnett, Pam Tipton, Glenda Glacken, Sharon Hoover, Holly Hunstad, Thea Bradley, Jeanette Cox, Janise Buss. Row iz Lynda Raydon, Sheri Applebee, Barbara Koch, Danny De Sellem, Brenda Glaze, Gary Cox, Jack Walker, Rita Grisate. Row 2: Allen Towsen President, Mary Beckrnen, Chris Goss, John Blair, Dottie Roberts, Dixie Williaihs, Rickie Guimrnond, Shirley Fletcher, Vicki Stauss, Charlie Stark. Row 3 Kathy Andrew, Ann Page, Pat Bischoff, Diane Stead, Ann Reagan, Tina Cozzo, Jo Ann Hughes, Noreen Masterson, Rod Smolin. 183 Row 1: Sue Hanson, Jacquie York, Sheri Hoover, Barbara Perez, Linda Britton, Marybeth Ware, Marsha Stewart, Kathy Sorenson, Martha Price, Jo Ann Hall, Shirley Glaubig, Billie Jo Polkow, Mickalene Matich, Dixie Williams, Pam Mix, Linda Bruno, Carol Mims, Karen Anderson, Linda Rorabaugh, Marilyn Swartz, Sharon Brandt, Penny Lewis, Linda Lair. Row 21 Vicki Schiemann, Suellen Grimm, Sheila Coble, Michelle Lower, Linda Martinez, Francine Schmitt, Patti Bauer, Nancy Hubbs, Carol Bowman, Linda Perry, Nancy Leifheit, Peggy Cowart, Kathy Walsh, Ginger Rohr, Janise Buss, Sandy Maloy, Thea Bradley, Darlene Darda, Pam Parlette, Sharon Jaccard, Julie Vargo, Monica Mitchell, Dee Dee Diebold, Beverly Vinson, Pat Vince, Linda Phillips, Daun Bartholow. Row 31 Corinne Schmitt, Mary Porter, Sue Volkhart, Verna Wolhart, Carol Smith, Vicki Sprang, Peggy Rosenow, De De Wildoner, Chris Appleton, Jane Abbott, Margo Raffle, Sue Blackwood, Linda Brciksator, Christie Braksator, Tina Cozzo, Linda Maas, Faith Kochotf, Betsy Elder, Becky Alexander, Kathy Garringer, Janet lglehart, Janice Brownbridge, Sherry King. Row 4: Sharon Tingquist, Glenda Glackin, Grace Fisher, Cindi Clements, Linda Lewis, Lyn Barker, Marlene Autrey, Emily Ortiz, Holly Hunstad, Marie Estes, Sheri Davis, Dana Brubaker, Ellen Stover, Moire Wilcox, Sue Bailey, Barbara Nelson, Mary Ann Mulkey, Linda Grounds, Glee Grinslitt, Susie Mosher, Cheryl Smith, Sylvia Barbrick, Jennifer Docis, Linda Morgan. . 43 me lit "'!P"f , L - I -f , -3.1, K ' eff" ' A 1 1' i, 1 V J .J il l' -5 " Z ' " 1 H ' v- -1 , si f 4. . - V l W3 ., fx W ki,- ll ' ' K .4 W if si ,- s , W aw t y 1 i ,I Q i A r K . .. Amt l'lUSleClT Billie Jo Polkow Shirley Glaubig Nicolene Matich PI'SSldGVtT Secretary Treasurer Publicity , V., ga w k' -W-Wm IQ . 2 X ' if rfirliwiiil l l i Martha PI'iCe Mary Beth Ware Joanne Hall Linda Bruno Co-Publlflily Chaplain Social Chairman Sophomore Representative A l S 2 " ' l f "H rrp it 4 .- -. r liiffigs 'i 5 , A , 3 3 ,-, . DeDe Wildorter Marilyn Swartz Linda Britton Dixie Williams Junior R9P"e59nlUllVe SGYWOV RGFN'eS9FIT0TiVe Representative Chairman Room Chairman 184 Row 11 John Wooten, Jim Hesskomp, Richord Koch, Mike Sfipes, Duke Elliofr, Sfeve Homblin, Mike Leeny, Jim Horn, Tim Scheppers, Lee Brandt, Corl Allen, John Bloir. Row 2: Sieve Richards, Roy Polmon, Ronnie Brehm, John Grenfell, Mike Hood, Pool Brown, Jerry Burley, Greg Hall, Jim Lehner, Angelo Moclrigol. Row 31 Ken Pointer, Joy Shorf, Jock Wolker, Phil Reyes, John Rice, Pool Brown, Richord Aleiondre, Mike Arbuckle, Korl Henry, Bill Potter, Row 41 Sieve Kelly, Jim Yoch, Dove Mehl, Bob Pingel, Greg Woitmon, Jim Porsell, John Hesse, Bob Dovis, Tom Gleason, Steve Murroy, Bob McKinney, John Ramirez. Ki R f . J. Q 5 A I Q X A - ' ,rig k 5 R if ii' fig, fi K 1 My Ax . ,Ni katie? 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Rovv 2: Phil Reyes, Bill Schmitt, Tony Riley, Ed Sorenson, John Barcroft, Stan Moody, Virgil Parker, Ronnie Lowe. L86 in ,ff r 1 ,is ,H WY Row l: Carolyn Stordeur, Mary English, Susan Button, Donna Mosley, Janet Johnson, Marilyn Still, Linda Brandt, Sandy Garnbetti. Row I: Debbie Hamre, Sobobans, Margy Garland, Spanish, Maggie Meek, Azurettes, Jon Seger, President and C. S, F., Jackie Karninski, French, Vicki Leckenby, G .A. A, Row 2: Bill Dobberpuhl, Figureheads, Carl Allen, Diplomats, Susie Kingry, Senfletts, Sheila Coble, A. F. S., Vicki Hollister, Rally Cornrnittee, Josie Gonzales, Spanish, Tony La Scala, Latin, Richard Aleiandre, Lettermen. 187 M4. 5 3 M Q, E N' g 1 E r an r n. 'H I I ' fi n-'rf QE f""'3 5"? 5 sip .fb 1.,..,. 'W QJA Hg ' lefwhf .ff be Q sf W W... 531 ,. f A -E, .., .,.., 1 ---l krkr V K k W ' " .... H ,L W, .. M .ESSQWMWMM 1 M W' " 'X' Q ,,,. x v- .tw A, 1 !"'6X:,L ,DL J! ft cf L if J fm J fb' 'vlfffy F ci X wb 7 if few V? iid! ,X X buf Lf . 5 fl" , fb 'ji JV' J 'L ,P , 'I V 3 ,fa fl! 7 L IVF- L, J' Lyn! fb I 4 I , , fffft uv' 'j ff K yew? i ,grief 'J f f Your Aquilo Staff hos ke-pr us hcird pressed for Q most oufstonoling yeor- book! Now The Time hos come To soy we have been hoppy To serve you This yeor, ond we hope you will coll us in The fufure whenever you ore in need of porfroifs, or commercial phofogro- phy- TomBe1wwuL 189 LANE O'LITES 629 E. FOOTHILL mf-mo, CALIFORNIA A worm's eye view of the Lone O' Lites. P' Q SQL - 5 '43 IW. I ga. "9 :IQ .gf COCA-COLA 499 E. MILL SAN BERNARDINO, Kling CALIFORNIA goes better with Coke! Hot-Dog Blolr shows off hts unnque surfing style. HARLEY S SPORTING GOODS 4OI W. HIGHLAND SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA 0 Comeron monkeys with cameras AL HANCOCK CAMERA SUPPLIES 437 FOURTH STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA The TTn1e ls l kgh+, The Oppor+uni+y Is Plovv, For Employmen+ NNH+h 14 Fufure - PACIFIC TELEPHCNE Now that you've learned how to shift, Carl, get out and pick up the transmission. DON MUTH FORD lI5 E. FOOTHILL RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 192 LUKE 8. VONDEY JEWELERS 309 N. "E" ST., SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA IT's the lovely Orange Blossom Ring! Don't mind the gun--iust stick the ring in the bag. Qwmmgq n ,.,1 ..-'W Mm. W mn- Josie is engaged in her favorite extracurricular activity - shop- lifting. She doesn't seem to realize that the little, old lady is actually the store detective. SAWYER'S IO5 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 'Dfw I.: -nf , 'YJ g,,,...w4'M"' fr' I I jdesiw-M ME T0 S VE nm : asain Home of the illustrious 5- I eagles, for a year of I outstanding achievement I 6? and with best wishes in years to come. I alll. ' S n- Home ollIllIlZIIllesi's most l '1?::f:1::i:5:3:' I? 255WHffM7'fWf'!6LWwfzfdwfp M4 fiffffmwajs -L f- ' - f11-- f' - - N5 Yeah, now that I get a closer look at it, it does say.i06 degrees! SANTE FE FEDERAL SAVINGS 7OI N. "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA Run Gee, Dad, why did you put th drinking fountain clear out here BILL KISS UNION OIL DEALER 3rd 8g ARROWHEAD SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA t up the flag pole and see if anyone salutes. I93 ilrwum-M For compact cars, Baseline Auto Ports recommends The Suzy model driver. BASELINE AUTO PARTS H58 W. BASELINE SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA 194 I 2,- .ffzw Xllxgluv I x X Fx . if A if X H N X 'I-1 X ' 'X . , XX. K. X ON ll , I I ALROE 3iO N. "S" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA fi ,fi . X Ma, Ib I 'I I 'S XJ 'I 1. I ii -Q...--fi 'xv-'of' I ii gill Ili I RIALTO CLEANERS 236 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA , X After receiving her senior key, Che ricln splits our from Grand Jeweler GRAND JEWELERS 435 N. "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA I I .5 I? f' R A - X iw, Q . X f' I : . xi I I.-f . I I Ill I S D'ARCA MEN'S WEAR 2l4 E. BASELINE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA L. .. OO. O O Og 020 I 91470 FOSTER'S FREEZE 466 E. FOOTHILL RIALTO, CALIFORNIA is -.I 4tI'1e only way To fly. KELLEY'S MOBIL SERVICE 200 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA QISEQI I -X, fg:jI .fn i IX T xy I' 'X mv, Sf' I RIALTO FLOWER SHOP 160 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA x f IX Q33 'N II F III Cl J ff COX WILSHIRE SERVICE 201 W. FOOTHILL usie os e er S H f II Tries her hand of b ing cm ierk. 31 FLAVORS ICE CREAM RIALTQI 211 E. FOOTHILL CALIFORNIA RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 50.5. V I 'sa- I fe I 9 0 2.- "' !b , . 9 ' I 5 5 s'- ODOOOBQR I. --A . , lg ' 9 Q 0. s ' . . . I x ' v. Q- lv' 0 A s xv' 1 DE ROQUE BUICK COMPANY 1036 N. "E" ST. SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA .I IZ' .J - -91-'ifzfjr ffm I-'V fII'II I III Ir' G3 I -I I QQX . Inlhxfl II,5,1g,. I X NII' 'ix 1 'III-:Pg I xfvgf JL . .f I I, f L , .. x In ,I . id ur: .r mmm N" I I FRIENDLY CHEVROLET 110 E. FOOTHILL RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 195 CAUDILL'S FLYING "A" SERVICE 885 E. FOOTHILL AT PEPPER RIALTO, CALIFORNIA . W,,.,, 5 v,,,,, v,,..,, ,. . A . Avf-www, 7,W,, ,mr MZ, ,.,L,i. :, I , ,,V.,,L,I V, giiiify, I W, vry. ,,,.,, I Mi ,.., I ,-,, L. ,IAL ,I . . , LIERS 452 "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA X5-Ax, i Y'---X . T x ,OCX Ex' 'xbxli-LAN A my A - ,. - I if I IiF9f:fifAQ fl, I " if I -X M.-. ...A EA,, .- it 1 ,tzfwgj I ' 'lg X I me We--A if FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY 323 COURT STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA T96 L, .E-,.--,,mQJ I What? You mean you have to have a motor? WILLIAM'S MOBIL SERVICE 3291 N' "E" STREET Here's Ted, following directions in his usual proficient manner 5ANC2E,i'X,2EH,LNO' JOHNSON AND soN II5 S. RIVERSIDE, RIALTO, CALIFORNIA .1 5 I OF sAN Bermmomo AMERICAN NATIONAL I L e RIALTOVBRANCH V 1 . A' ' 4 '4 . 55. M. fin., A Helga f' , I y , S Cherrian, like countless others, seeks relief of headaches brought on by her favorite problems teacher. V NORTH RIALTO DRUGS lr's a fine place to put your money, but please leave your Pamriacs out Of The lobby- I72 E. BASELINE RIALTO AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK CAL,FORh3,A DOWNTOWN RIALTO ON RIVERSIDE AVENUE if W I GEORGE BENSON 5674 SYCAMORE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA ROSKINS 483 "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA NORGE VILLAGE 202 E. BASELINE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 'I97 i,1u1ur'2u STOP! ! Not ouf the front door of the show room. PRICE MOTORS BASELINE AND "D" SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA 198 SEVEN-UP moo N. "H" sr. SAN BERNARDTNO, CALIFORNIA Oh, Bill, you're understandably proud - you've shown great prog- ress from the days when you strung beods Together. l LARSEN T.V. 212 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA DICK JONES PHOTOGRAPHY 384 W. HIGHLAND SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA MRS. MOOS 350 W. FOOTHILL RIALTO, CALIFORNIA LLOYD'S SIGNAL SERVICE 2706 FOOTHILL SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA Hey guys, Iook or what Dowd fought us. I PRATT BROTHERS 381 W. HIGHLAND SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA . 1-:A I . S :YI I -I ig 1 W 32 K fv X, +55 A g 5 4 hai' bl 'T ,I-wr 5" ' A I it-sig,-1 K ' I IIS' ff A Carl Iikes Iooking at clothes, bur that girl . . . LANGS 314 N. "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA ALPHA BETA 154 E. BASELINE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA OWENS PHARMACY 136 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA BENJESTORF'S DEPARTMENT STORE 114 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA M 8. M JEWELERS 110 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA FERGUSON'S BEAUTY SCHOOL 291 "E" STREET SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA "Oh, Jackie, do you think they could do that much for me?" 32:53 1 wi sh x 'SI -x 791 ' x, I 5 . 9.1 I I I I Eerwie, meenie, min ie, mo, where'd Thor copy of "Hand Jive" go? NORTH RIALTO RECORDS BASELINE AND RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 199 I Wi f-1' ' 4 'JV' ,,,, Fi A . .541 '--, Well-known, unidentified mar. cases Bunk of America. BANK OF AMERICA 170 E. BASELINE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 200 SQUI BB CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 5629 N. SYCAMORE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA SAN-HI LANES 1500 W. HIGHLAND SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA DAVE COOVERT 214 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA THE BROTHERS GUTH 1146 N. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA -..f-'flgf 1,-f ,D-'H' ff' .M - We .L-M., fu, m L me mann-mmm ff' RIALTO T.V. 8: RADIO I64 S. RIVERSIDE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA MODE 'O DAY I7243 W. FOOTI-IILL FONTANA, CALIFORNIA COOLEY HARDWARE 383 W. THIRD ST. SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA FONTANA FLOWERLAND 8667 SIERRA AVE. FONTANA, CALIFORNIA If 'I if Cherrion Tallies up her points for The shoplifting champion- ship. RALPH'S VARIETY STORE I 90 E. BASELINE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA QOI I i GEN ER L INDEX We Page ---- Introduction .... Table of Contents ...... Editor-in-Chiefs Message . .. Dedication .... . . . Administration . . . Mr. Ryan's Message . . . Faculty ........... Student Government House of Representatives .... A.S.B. Presidents Message . . . Student Council ......... . Seniors ............... Senior Class Officers ...... . Senior Accomplishments . . . . Juniors ................. Junior Class Officers .... Sophomores ................... Sophomore Class Officers . . . . Sports Va rsity Football ..... "B" Football ........ .. Junior Varsity Football .... . . . Varsity Basketball ...... "B" Basketball ............ . . Junior Varsity Basketball ...... Cross Country and Wrestling Fine Arts and Academic Band ............ Choir ............ Christmas Program .1 .1 Drama ........ 4 Art Department . Speech and Festivals 1'f's eic, . p,-,, ,,1111t,11-W " ll , ,. 6,7 .gf 7 . .g8,9 ',H1l35H . ' . .QQQQ7 . .3263 111 ,elffem A u,,,1, kr . . .82283 1 0421 O9 1 lOfal 1 1 1 i2Q l 13 1 17 1 19 lQQ12l2l i2QiQi23 1345135 i362l,Q7 138- i A395 149-141 A fl, 11 it Yl31f!11rw11 f kens ......... Annual . . Activities Football . Basketball ....... Cheerleaders . . . Flag Twirlers Pom Pon . . "B" . . Drill Team Awards . Exchange . Tachikawa . B, C, D, E Eisenhower .... . . . . . Clubs Azu rettes . . Diplomats' Ambassadors A.F.S. ,... . B.B.C. .... . Figureheads Sen-Tetts .. Key Club . . Spanish Club German Club . . French Club Latin Club Sobobans . . C.S.F. .......... G.A.A. ......... Y 1 . . . .gig . l42-l43 H14-i115 l48-149 i5O-l5l l52-l53 ...l54 ...l55 ...l56 l56-l57 158-T59 ............l6O , F, G, H lol-l7O ...l72 ...l73 ...l74 esess ....l74 ...l75 ...l75 ..,l76 ...i77 ...l78 ...l78 ...l79 ...l79 ....l8O . .... l8l ....l82 Girls' League Board .... .... l 82 Rally Committee Thespians H1-Tri ........ Lettermen .... Ski Club ..... Ham Radio lnter-Club Council . .... 183 ....i83 ....i84 ....l85 ....l86 ....l86 . .... l87 ....l87 Advertising . . . I . . . .l89-201 ln Memoriam .... 208 Atchison, George . .. Atchison, Shiela . . Atkins , David ., Autrey, Marlene . . Aylor, Charles . . . Ayres, John . . Bachman, Philip . . Bacon, Marsha . . Bacon, Sally ... Bacon, Vicki . . . Bader, a .,., Baerd, Helene , . , Bailey, Curtis .., Bailey. David .,., Bailey, Susan . . Bain, Bonnie ... Bain, Harry .... , Baker, Caroi. . . . Baker, Deborah . . . Baker, Janise ..., Baldwin, Everett . . Baldwin, Robert . . Barbers, Mike . . . Barbrick, Sylvia . . . Barcroft, John . . , Barker, Lyn ..,... Barnes, McryAnn . Baron, Joe ..,... Boron, John . , Borraza, Mary .. Barry, Linda Barry, Regina .. . Bartells, Doug ., Barth, Bob ..,.. Bartholow, Dane . Barthalow, Dawn . Bartz, Dan ..... Bass, Judy ..,.. Bass, Margarei . . . Bates, Sheryl ,.... Battenfield, Linda . . . Bauer, Don ....,. Bauer, Patti ..,. B3 Beals, Don ...,.. Beam, Greg ,.... Beaver, Larry , . . Beckett, Linda , . . Beckman, Mary . . . Beelner, Donna . . . 179 182 3 131 175 18 82 157 B2 2 , 26Q Alf 'ishl' ' '6 .32, 27,142, 180, 72 O 32 A9 8 5 .79 O 4 O 9 7 3 7 '57 132 176, 164 U64 172 ...,...64 ...H83 .,,..64 ,..33,176, . ,33,176, .,.ss,1a2 .,.64 131 179 1811 186 184 131 ...83 ,' 575, '1B3Q'1'ri4, . f fsd Beknike, Christine . ,. ,. . . ,. Beimer, Chuck . . . Bell, Linda .... Bell, Talmadge . . . Belloni, Toni .,.,... Bence, Patricia .. Benner, Aa ron .,.. Benner, Cheryl ,... Benner, Cindi ,,. Bennett, David ,....64, 157, 57, 184 185 187 184 .84 .84 .84 .34 185 143 184 .65 .85 1' if 65, 178 1 54 173 .85 155 .85 ,65 184 184 184 182 .65 .65 ,65 .65 .34 175 .65 .85 ......35 .....,B6 172,183, .....1B4 . ...66 .,.66 .,.86 ...86 .....B6 ....112 .,....66 ..66, 130 ..66, 112 ..,,,,66 ..,86 I it Q , , X ,V ,,., - , . ,f-, . 5 . , .. . .. , .- ., S S s i 5 Q 2 ? S 3 Mehl, Da on a ph hesrer Waher Jody Karen Mary 1 vid .27 94 127 44 104, 35, , 173, 185, 150, Page, Anne ., 155, 172, 1 192 Patterson Larry Patron Bernard Pawloslru Donna Paz Xavier Carol Tom Susan .. Jill Nanny, John . Navarrete, Sylvia Neal, Richard .,.. Nedlik, Robert ., . Neil1, Pat Nelson, Barbara . , Neptune, Lyle .... Neptun, Terry .... Nichols, Fred .. Nock, Hal ,....., North, Jamie ....., O'Brier1, Corrie .. O'Brier1, Dennis . . . O'Brien, Gloria .,.. O1Brien, Thelma . . . O'Hara, Joyce .... Ollson, Larry . .. Ollson, Pamela ., Olsen, Linda ,. Orr, Ronnie ..,. Ortiz, Beniornin . Ortiz, Emily . . Osborne, Greg . . Osrrowski, Bo rba ra . Orierbeck, Shirley Oyas, Brenda .. . .....46 .,4q 73,117.127 74 .....95 9 141, 4 171 7 Zgiifges ..., ,143,178 ..45,157 Pea ro Shirley Peeters Steve Pelchy Patricia Pellrssier Rabin Pennell Parncia Perez Barbara Perez Melvin Perez Rockle Pclman, Posados Post, Potter Potter, Ellis -,., Powell, Ernest .. Powell, Kris .,., Power, Sally Power, John .. Prescott, Mike . . , Price, Jim .... Price, Martha ., Price, Sharon . . . Prouty, Sandra . Pruitt, Linda Pruitt, Sylvia ,.,. Purtle, Sharon .. Pumom, Susan , . . Quiring, Ricky . , . Rockford, Patricia Raddotz, Bonnie .. Raddatz, Steve . Radford Ken ...,27 7 - 1 183, 175, 110 119 41 185 128 .47 143, .62,74 .74 .74 7 9 2 Radke, lzlorence .. .. . .. . .. Radke, Leonard .. ...,......, ,. Raclke, Robert .. 173 Raffle, Roger, Rainbolr, . . . . . Ramaley, Romaley, ...74,1 U,48,1B3 ,...74, 132 .. ..,.,.,, .43 ........... ,74 74 57,179,18O,186 .. .,.. 156,157 .......74 ......1...96 .. .... 74 130 179,183 ,75,105 .,...97 ......97 . .... 75,12a,1a5,1a6 .,.26,62,75 120,122 ,....,.......97 ,75,122,143,174,185 .,....75 . .,......., 97 ..,..,97 122,183 .,....75 .,48,155 ..... .. ....75 . ...., ..,.. 75 ,......4a ........75 . ..,. ...4s,1a6 79, '4'126,127,12ef129 ......,......75 ......,.75, 48130 ...oz ff75' 110 180 .48 48 128 .75 .75 ,97 .75 .49 179 ......75 . ,49 ,.,...75 .49,104,150, 97 11 0, 185 123 ,.,49, O,13L Marsha .... ..26f4df56, 175, j'7bQ ....,.97 ......49 ,.97,110 .....1a6 ...49,97 .75,1a4 132,134 152,155 173 ...49 .. 97 ..,,..75 ......97 .75,615Q 154,172 ..,...75 ......75 ...97 ....,,97 141, 181, .76 143, 187 ......49 ..76 ..76 ..,97 ......97 112, 126 ..76 120 128 ......97 U76 f O Richard X 'lt W-Win 056' 4. 262 H5 1' Thirty days of mourning lw '- . . . for a great President . . . Because we are part ot the new generation and we play a large part in the "new frontier" . . . Because we are concerned with lite and death . . . Because we want freedom, peace, and de- mocracy tor the entire world . . . Because we have known two great Presi- dents . . . In memoriam ot the late President John Fitzgerald Kennedy Our generation will strive to follow his famous words: "Ask not what your country can do tor you, ask what you can do for your country." TAYLOR PUBLISHING CQMIPANY , 255, T aww jJMQ+WMwW,gM,a4,zMwWM,,,,J, 1f"4fff0K1..fzf Mobi X I 4 K X pg Xxx 3 i, 3Zd35i?gA7w1WWfDCQjiaZZgjM1ZQiLbU5L W QWEMMWQH 'I 154134, S 65 Z www, fic, cafwfbb Jmfufmficad ff M iw? awww Mwvwy Macaw it yd, Iibkxliqivrfjlhgc, !! 2? Qii3TNi?llljQi3i T32 lliiiiwf fa yylf 4? .:- ' X " ' ,W f fm Q ,,.. 4 ,,,gy',v,Q - -' 'n f M lm ! Nb . . 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YNV1 R351 , ,jj f V , k3?w.,, fri ,.! .F mfg ,V ij M Q gs if EPR if 4 way AT' if 5 Rl Q y Hmj4.J Ay m' 5. X3 Yi-I 34 ,mA1, A h f . - A T , ' X V. 3 I 2153 V21 M f 5 55 3 fl ,. UJUJ I A K ' 'NA ' M V ' VERY iwfe. Q K V137 2 "' E X 1 f ,. vi! il ffi! . 2 f- :WU ,f 73 fx EQ "' x - O in l X 8? Af . , my -N K 1 3 " 3 NS N 'N U3 u.: 1 1 'fm ' 0 5 E S m X " X A W i P E Q RM! 6 f" 3 S . t c ' .,..,, A F- F- K, ,'V1,,L K . ,f I V X .- K . I V K K NE xg 'Q C E XQ ,R , , E E L NN. L A Q' K E fn. ,X fa, N 'Q , X A Ei: Q A,MyM,M , V X V g LU ' -.Xb ' .W L',r MLW "Wy , Zim . ..,. . N h Lf' NM' 4.'G 332 ' ' " q Q: Q Q . XE: Cl., ?""' ' , M M N. X, Q 'M U' I? A -Q' Qs .J- CV :vc-7 This year many per- ? VARSITY as Norman Daluiso Row l, l-r: R. Polrnan, A. Rollins, J. Hesskamp, R. Alejandre, M. Hood, D. Murray, l. Roger, Head Coach D. Stiles, J. Pitts, K. Henry, M. Wilber, M. Slack, S. Reilly. Karl Henry Sportsmanship T.C.L. Champ John Grentell sonal and school records were b ro k e n. Track meets were highlighted by consistent double wins by Mike Hood in both hurdle races, con- sistent wins by Richard Aleiandre, and those boys who, it not in first place, were consistently in second and third. The most memorable meet was that with Bonita. Before the relay, one point separated both teams. Richard Aleian- dre, with a smart move, won the relay and the meet by about a toot. SCORE BOARD EHS 46 ..... Claremont EHS 62 ...... Montclair EHS 67 ...... Rubidoux EHS 55 ...... Bonita EHS 69 ...... Chino EHS 43 ...... Upland EHS 35 ...... Corona B-1320 3109.9 School Record B-l32O 3:O9.9 - . .-.. .Q-5 - Q S .... T. W- . M,-.,.. S., 5. 1: - 0 3. ' Most Valuable Field School Record s.p, 5o'Q" if ,f""""-N xt' Mike Hood Most lnspirational School Record 180 LH 20.2 rf ., Q -...W T. TRACK i . "WJ fi.. , . y Hg ...FAH A rw 9 1 ,ia Q W .. ... . fg, N .,. 33 e . Y X we 'Q ii T4 .. r . 2. , f'-. . . . ' 'ies' E Edmonds, B. Koch. Row 2: J. Ellerbroclc, J. Grenfell, R. Book, L. Alexander, C. Allen, Richard Aleiandre Captain High Point Man Most Valuable Track l.C.L. Champ School Records ee Mile 4:24.l Mile 4:24.l 220 2l,6 I 880 M566 Row l, l-r. D. Smith, D. Brown, M. Tudor, M. Arbuckle, R. Cox, T. Hernandez, S. Peefers. Row 2: J. Yeneral, B. Eales, S. Fox, D. Waliers, T. Palmer, B. lrby, G. Wisdom, J. Driggs, S. McKinley. R. Zamudio, P. Bachman, D. Thomason Palmdale: Allen, lst, Discus H Corona: Aleiandre, lsf, B+l32O K Chaffey: Aleiandre, Qnol, open 880 .'.... .. W Y, A . Henr, f, ' 880 W 'PTH CIF Prelirrls:SAlQCalhldTe, lst, varsity 3 mile Henry, lsf, B-T320 0. - CIF Finals: Aleiandre, 4th, varsiiy ' - mile ,l Henry, Qnd, B-1320 E State Exhibition: Henry, 3rd,B-i320 W PM TM' School Record ,,,. LJ' 20.10, 1 k .. 'gf l iff. 4118! Under The fine Ieddership oTCoc1ch Dick King ond The did of nine reTurning leTTermen, The 1964 VdrsiTy Bclsebdli Tecrn ToughT To o crediTdble 8-6 record in The schooI's Tincil yedr OT Tri-CounTy Ledgue cornpeTiTion. The Eogles, dided by The fine eTTorTs oT Mike STipes I.354J in boTh hiTTing ond piTching depdrTrnenTs ond The fine iobs shown by Bolo McKinney 1.3511 ond Mcinley Young i.344J, proved To be on poTenT Torrnulo in This, "The Yeor of The Eogle" 5Tipes, McKinney, and Young won spoTs on The All-T.C.L. Tecim. VARSITY SCORE BOARD Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike .......Coronc1 O .......RubIcIoux 5 ....,..BoniIo 7 .......CI'1ino I .......MonTcIc1ir I6 .....,.Corono 8 .......Rubidoux 2 .......CIoremonT I .......BoniTc1 I .......CImino O .......Mor1TcIc1ir 5 .......UpIcmoI 3 .......Coronc1 Uplcmd J. V. SCORE BOARD 3 I9 3 Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike Ike ....,..RUbidoux .......CIC1remon'r 6 .......BoniTo 4 .......CIwino O .......MonTcIoir 9 ,......UpIc1nd 2 ..,....Coror1c1 4 .......Rubioloux 3 .......CIc1remon'r 2 .......BoniTo 4 .......Chir1o 2 .......MonTcIoir I Upland 3 IOR VARSITY BASEBALL ivyff ss ' am ' I . 5 , I I , 1 . ,rf lk' ' IQ! If W' 1 'I ng I 4Q?V""W:wII I I ' fl I f , A x 8 E .f X, XI SSN 'j fl x f , x I R X . I .3 f,,-45 I ww, I I ,P ef,-43, Iflikv' "ff, Doug Smithline lseniorl 37.3 avg. . 2,513 f Joy Short fseniorb 37.7 avg. at ..,A, 4 5 , ' IQA ,, 7 k,,k I , ki, -5, - 24 F ' . X Gary Hiliobidel Isophomorel 38.5 avg TE S 7 vi A :fax if H? ww a ' 7 uw S rv TEAM Tom Benson lsophornorel 39.2 avg. Ike 204 .......,... ClaremonT 225 Ike 185. .. MonTcIair 221 Ike 200... Upland 214 Ike 203. . . Corona 243 Ike 197. .. Rubidoux 241 Ike 196. .. ClaremonT 206 Ike 201... MonTcIair 250 Ike 201... Rubidoux 222 Ike 208. .. Corona 246 Ike 205... Upland 201 Eisenhower's phenomenal golT Team easily capTured The T.C.IQ. crown Tor The second year in a row wiTh a nine and one record. The Team wenT on To The C.I.F. champ- ionships and came in TiTTh, with Doug SmiThIine Tying Tor Top honors in The enTire Tourney wiTh a one under par round oT sevenTy. Eisenhower golTers seT Two big records This year, one being a ToTal Team score oT 185 Tor nine holes-an Eisenhower record and a T.C.L. record. The oTher record was a Three under par 33 Tor nine holes manu- TacTured by The Team's Top member, Doug SmiThIine. Alan Towson lseniorl 39.5 avg. TEAM SCORE BOARD Ike .... . .FonTana 6 Ike .... . .Redlands 4 Ike .... . . Pacific 7 Ike .... . .CoITon 6 Ike .... . .Corona 5 Ike .... . .Rubidoux 4 Ike .... ..CIaremonT 7 Ike ....., BoniTa 7 Ike ...... Chino 7 Ike ...... MonTcIair 0 Ike ...... Upland 6 Ike ...... Corona 2 g Ike ...... Rubidoux 2 Ii " Ike ...... ClaremonT 7 VN .... ' V1..... .,.. Ike . . . . . .BoniTa 7 Q 2:s'. 111: -:.': ..2 Ike . . . . . .Chino 6 g... , f slrl I Ike ...... MonTcIair 4 I I I I ..,, . ... , Ike . . . . . .Upland 7 Even Though The Tennis Team had an unsuccessful season, Their Three and eleven league record, which Tied Them for sixTh place, included Two upsef vicTaries over rivals Corona and Rubidoux. Coach SeinTurier IisTed his Tive Top players as, John Ramirez lJr.l, Joe Baron lSoph.l, Bob Pingel l.Ir.I, Jo'hn Baron lJr.l, and Jerry Burley lSr.l, Mike Massengill lSoph.l and Jim Knepshield lSoph.l were also IisTed as an ouTsTanding doubles 'Team. High hopes are held Tor nexT year as There are six reTurning leTTermen. FONTES ROMAN AE i 6 5111 403, E ,' liz' ' Ck W fi, fy I ' a I Q, T ix!! L ' W 3 -. 55 Z .: .:k, 1- K f 5 , 1 , ,.:, W R, P "AA ?,V .W, X m 5V,QWfi's ' 43, ' 1 ig.. A I Q i RW 5 .Ai , b i ' M , ' ,-,. 'E' my V .R ,.. - Ti .,Q,A. '.LL QvgfINJ99 BOARD 1 J J X x K , SENIOR ASSEMBLY vm ,VWTELV tofliaw Voledicroricm Jackie Komrnski Let Performance Exceed Promise 'Lf fb? -A wr? ' ' x tiff' ff Ta, : 14- J L ,.,, Sify 1,5 . Wuds As? ,JF 4? F l 52 3 f. X th A 4 M g 4 Q -,,.,, - M Solufoforicm Bill Mullins "":A kg ,, Looking Forward in Refrospecf A Eg? 3 5 E. gifs .nm ' ,G .f V - , , .Q ,Lf , ..- Et I S N E Y L A N D


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