Eisenhower High School - Aquila Yearbook (Rialto, CA)

 - Class of 1975

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J x 5' .AL f2f4.! fs e .A ,!A f'I ' A Students ended their summer vacation, with class registration for the coming year. They had the task of selecting their classes and teachers, which proved to be confusing for sophomores, and easy for upper classmen. Due to changes in registration procedures, long lines were eliminated because bus pass, locker assignment, and ASB card sta- tions were outside of the gym area. Counselors were in the registration area offering their help to any students who had schedule problems. Senior Portraits were taken at Eisenhower during the summer months. With the beginning of the new school year, the rainder of the portraits were taken. Retakes were scheduled for those who wanted them or were on the bad canaster of film. Seniors began the many money spending tasks by selecting the portrait packages they wanted and could afford. TOP LEFT: Sophomore Dawn Nelson attempts to organize her schedule. ABOVE: Mr. Cassan helps students with schedule problems. FAR LEFT: Juniors rush to get their classes. LEFT: Kim Berry poses tor portrait dur- ing August shooting. activities 13 The confusion ot the first week of school was broken with the annual hello hop. Ted Brown from a local radio sta- tion, KFXM provided the music with titties records. They danced to such tunes as "Bock Around the Clock" and 'tAt the l-lop." There were various dance contests and records were given away as prizes. Doreen Flores and Jerry Flowers won the twist contest, while Chris Chavez and Bill Greeley won a dance contest. Bandy EII took the prize for lip-syncing to 'tThe VVitchdoctor," and Susan Clark tor dancing. Everyone combed back their DA's, put up their ponytails and had a swinging time. TOP: Carol Flosensteel and her guest, Stan Harper show what a great time the 50's were. ABOVE: Couples enjoy twisting away the night. RIGHT: Ron Talbott and Pam Meyers bop to the music. Hypnotist George Sharp amazed many with his outstanding performance. Students volunteered to participate prior to that day, so all was set up and waiting for Mr. Sharp. l-le caught the attention of the audience by proving his hypnotic powers. Soon the participants were transformed from frightened children, and beauty queens to the romantic Romeo and Juliet. The spaghetti feed was given in honor of our fall sports. The football, water polo and cross country teams were served by Azurettes. All the pep squad groups performed and showed their support for our teams. The booster club sponsored this annual event as in the past. Q is l w. gt? o. .HW . my .W Y K, y. TOP LEFT: George Sharp describes his next hypnotic sug- gestion. ABOVE: John Inman and Randy EII enjoy conversation. LEFT: Bee cheerleaders perform at spaghetti feed, activities 15 4 2 f ' 'Sf L g ..,,.:'1 fi.1fr1vE?Z.-' QQ 4- fx A , Q 1 TE Xrg if V L, ff Q1 555 fi! 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BOTTOM: Members of American Field Service repre- sent different countries in home- coming parade. activities 17 ,wbla in f,,...,,-.,,4+.,.- Q4 f 4 ' V '. 4 .J 'W . w 1 fi .4 24 , fx . 2 1119 ie za ga' W7 "W EM f 'MLW Jr i cess Robb 18 activities IH 1 The coronation ot the 1974 football homecoming queen went to Arlene Aragon. The crovvd waited in anticipation as Dave Bohrer, ASB president announced the winners. Pep squad then rushed to present roses, necklaces and crovvns to Arlene, Sheri and their court, Lauri Gnehm, Bobbin King and Teri Sauceda. The queen and her court then reigned over the game and at the homecoming dance held that night in the cafeteria. "Eagles alive in 75"' was the theme for this years homecoming. .ff TOF' LEFT: Bobbin King in-parade around stadium. ABOVE: Home- coming court and their escorts. BOTTOM LEFT: Sheri Stephan and Craig Rucker enjoy home- coming dance, LEFT: Queen Arlene Aragon and her escort, Tony Borg. activities 19 FllGHT: Homecoming queen Arlene Aragon honors James Taylor as powder puff king. BELOW: Jan Johnson gains yardage for junior-sopn team. BELOW RIGHT: Vicki Burrows pulls the flag off Jan Johnson. Z .Ak 20 activities The powder puff football game sponsored by the senior class had an added attraction this year, a halftime crowning of a powder puft king. James Taylor was chosen by the student body to reign. The girls were separated into classes, seniors - vs - juniors and sopho- mores. ln the first halt the junior-sophs scored a touchdown, out the seniors came back in the second halt and tied the score. Although efforts were made by both teams they failed to change the 6-6 tie. Q . TOP LEFT: Second Prince Jim Fawcett awaits crowning of king. LEFT: Chris Ftoland kicks oft for junior-soph team. ABOVE: Girls give 1t0'Ma effort ln the rough and tumble action. activities 21 TOP RIGHT: The young man QScott Kil- many asks permission from his mother fCindy Praterj to go to the land of the gods, ABOVE: The young rnan and his mother look through the book of knowl- edge. RIGHT: FRONT, Carol Rosen- steel, Tim Carnahan, Cindy Goyette, Cindy Prater, Bill Greeley, Nancy Meek. MIDDLE: Connie Carlton, Sue Clark, Julie Cline, Lauri lvans, Cally O'Donnell, Ylva Wilnes, Danny Welch. BACK: Nancy Pytlik, Suzie Veveryus, Charles Donovan, Ron Whittiker, Cindee Jones, Scott Kilman and Larry Scott. 22 organizations The years first drama production was a one act play, "The Forbidden Place." It was a play based on the short story, "By the Waters of Baby- lon." The play was a seri- ous story about hovv society could end up it there was a nuclear war. 7 Ei E it 1. li Z M. , W9 'Z' WE OWE OUR HS HERE WE CHERlSHED Y WE PLEDGE C WHEN TWlLIGl SML ACROSS OU T One of our many assem- blies this year included the trampoline assem- bly. National champion and olympic vvinner Judy Johnson and l-larold Cotes gave a fine per- formance tor the student body. Many vvere amazed at the dangerous stunts that they per- formed. With trampoline being a popular class, many students could appreciate Miss John- son's skill and coordina- tion. At an assembly given by Paul Yearout, he discussed sex, morals and human relations. l-le also remained on cam- pus the full day discuss- ing vvith students his vievvs and theirs. TOP: Judy Johnson shows her skill lumping rope as she does a back flip. FAR LEFT: Paul Yearout addresses students at one of the years assemblies. LEFT: Harold Cotes and Judy perform an expert stunt on the trampoline. activities 23 1 1 1 iii. Many hardworking hours were spent by the soph- omore class in preparing for basketball home- coming. Since it was held on valentines day it seemed an appropriate time to choose a queen and court. Randy Eil, ASB secretary ot state was the master of ceremonies and announced the win- ners. Carol Bahnsen was tirst announced as soph- omore sweetheart, followed by the crowning ot Carol Glazier as junior darling. The queen tinal- ists were then escorted across the basketball court. Wendy Uhl was named first princess. Tears and cries came from Paula Tapp as she was announced basketball homecoming queen of 1975. iii TOP LEFT: Queen Paula Tapp and escort James Taylor enjoy dancing at the homecoming dance. ABOVE: The queen and her court, with escorts, pose for a picture at the dance. FAR LEFT: Carol Glazier is escorted by Doug Hood during halftime. LEFT: A happy pep squad congratulates the team after a hard fought win. activities 25 t -f. , .,,, V ' 591' , wi nli 4 if A f. , ,ifwi Q i lm? tif 'iw fig? ,Y j fy' A y 1 Y ' f 5 j Y Q ,, 's 1 . W 1 1 gg W, 9 fix I . , 4 f 3 n 0' 'O , I Hp. Q g . QA ' 'If 1' .- X 1" , .V ,wa V, Q. x . k vi" .'x Q I -f T 11"'1'iiZ"1'1-Uinfs S 1 f. f-13:6-if, iw? fm - fx ff xx ,rf-QQ 35. J? mm- W," gig Q' 311' I 4 v +599 4 Y 1, nfl 4 'f A., .fi 2 - ,- ,, -J ,J 1 a I My w 5 :iq , ' . :Q 55,21 1 5..- ffz , 6',:5'p:x 4 .5 ' A -I V Vwtiwf-Q'-'3.,. f rv . - .fy -I ,A ,, ,,. f , - nf'-x' ' ., f" 2 I , Q, 'FM . , G 3 1 3 iff- , ,QQ :gf-,,h':,:f 1.551222 KA, yfa,-,M 1 j' Q -ci Q 5 1 'W 3,4514 f'!",f'Q-.Q .V ' lj-1.3 . V, 59 W ' iff' - -5,55 I 4 , 5 . in, - . .. .qw-ff 1' 1. , 1 ,- ,f. ,. W ,Ls ' , A V, . A . , ,A J., t 4. 0 A . w , Ek ,Q -' 1,2 3 Q, . vf j. 4 -f-1 " s. A, . n A , ,,M.- w .4 15' I .4-, M . .xhp , ygi., 0.4. , . giigi-I Aa ix, 3: if S ,f T Cv 'gif . Q 507. 241, 'fLr"' Q' -:Q - .4 , - , g v 4' v f?"1 1v" 'F QQ, ,, ,, -V fffi, ,. , 41: , 1 - ,212 , 5.6, V ,.,, , . ' 1' -.Y ff' .. , J.. ,V ,g,. A, V. ,. , . ,wi 1 1 u ugh. fi: I - , , -,.'..0 . . -Q Senior class officers provided the student body the opportunity to send the someone of their thoughts a carnation on valentine's day. They sold three colors, each with a special meaning, red - "I love you," vvhite - "l'm thinking of you," and pink - "you're sweet." A total ot 435 carnations vvere sold which made a oolortul Campus on Feb. 14. QT' ' ' Q M.. . ,..,,1,y. cii Q wma-.nf 1.-,emu ' 'M ,f TOP LEFT: Danette lviendonoa gives Mike Masoetti his carna- tions, which were handed out during third period. ABOVE: Susan Bowman takes orders for carnations during Iuhch. LEFT: Dale Worrell looks puzzled as he receives carnations from secret admirer. activities 27 RIGHT: Playing an original com- position, Lori Click captivates the audience. BELOW LEFT: Jack Rucker sings one of his own num- bers at the festival. BELOW: Play- ing his guitar, Tony Goodwin auditions for the folk festival. This years Winterful Folk Festival was held on February 19, in the Eisenhower gym. There were a variety of per- formers, many of whom were students and some alumni. Those performing were carefully selected after many rehearsals. Highlighting the program were performances by Gary Frisbie and Jack Rucker, both former students of EHS. lt proved to be entertaining for all those in attend- ance, 1 w lf',,-.C 3 ,V ,.. .9 "1 5. il! r . .. '.pn 'll an 'S 1:5 C . 0 fl .Q Sf r' ' 1 Z" 5 5 f-1,5 --4 K S at it " Q Q V -Q 4 S S 9, 7 I YL Y 'f fl -rv' A Drama Competition vvas held at Ramona high school in which EHS drama students competed. There vvere many different categories vvhich the students began preparing for 5-6 weeks ahead of time. Scott Kilmah placed third in individual serious, while Phyl- lis Palmer and Joyce Pey- nolds took second in group serious. Sue Veyveris, Janice lvans, Pon Vvhittiker and Wess Snovv placed third in group humorous. First place vvas taken by Nancy Meek and Jay Cox. Overall El-IS placed third in sweepstakes B-..., "N Nw 30 activities t -f Q ,, ,,,, 2 a, 4 fa I' 'A'r 4 t . xg, m Q , . V Y V :ff TOP: Nancy Meek and Jay Cox do scene from "Felfters People." ABOVE: Acting out their part ln "JB" are Ftandy Childs and Bill Greeley. RIGHT: Scott Kilman becomes involved in his dramatic scene. 'SJ at 2 rf ,g 2 - , 3155,-hy Many different activities were held during Black History Week. All during the week members of Essence went to classrooms and told short biogra- phies of accomplished black persons. Wednesday was soul food day vvith the serving of fried chicken and greens. A lot of time and effort vvent into the production of "The Little Ham," vvhich was per- formed on February 13. The activities ended with a dance held in the cafeteria. E Q Q . t 3 5 s K . TOP: John Carson portrays the role of a detective. LEFT: Miss Dob- son Clvlarilyn Cunninghamj leaves the store disgusted after finding they don't have any snuff. ABOVE: The girls attempt to separate Leroy and West Indian from fighting due to an incident over shined shoes. activities 31 Confetti filled the air on Feb- ruary 28, the date of the annual Mardi Gras. Booths were set up by AFS and the different language depart- ments, selling a variety of foods. Many enjoyed dancing to the music of Straight-Up. There were also many games and contests. Debbie Mathews and Jeff Kessinger vvon the dance contest, vvhile Jan Lambert and Joe Bridge took first place for the best original costumes. "fr 2:4 ' 5' 1 I. 1. '- za I gy I Wh X X .f y 32 activities TOP: Linda Bunn was startled when a cascarone was busted on her head. ABOVE: Participants in the costume contest paraded around the dance floor, RIGHT: Jan Lambert and Joe Bridge were surprised when announced as the costume winners. The Eisenhower choirs presented their Pre- Spring Concert on March 1 1 . VVomen's con- cert choir, A Cappeila, and madrigal singers were among the groups that performed. The groups began preparing for this concert in December after their Christmas program. Under the direction ot Mr. Robert I-iemstreet many spiritual and con- temporary numbers were sung. TOP1 Diane Anderson and former student Ron Patterson sing the duet "Come to the Waters." MID- DLE: The A'CappeIIa Choir per- forms "Summer Me, Winter Me," LEFT: Mr. Hemstreet announces the next number to be sung by Madrigal singers, activities 33 Azurettes presented the traditional girl ask poy dance Alana Aloha on lvlarch 15, 1975. A romantic atmosphere vvas encountered upon entering and crossing a bamboo bridged Friends grouped at tables provided a night of friendly conversation. Couples danced to the sounds of the rock band Shimmery. Fresh fruit and punch were pro- vided in keeping vvith the Hawaiian setting. Swift! TOP RIGHT: Fiuepan Barraza assists his date Judy Wilson with her chair. ABOVE: Dennis Vasquez, Beth Ann O'Neil, Dan Dickenson and Laurie lvans listen to the music of Shimmery. RIGHT: Couples enjoy the dancing at the Alana Aloha. 34 activities Student council again provided tne tun and excitement of Spring Madness.During tne week ot April 14-18 many diffent activities could be entered during Iuncnes. A tug-a-vvar, pie eating contest, vvater bucket tnrovv, and Cni- nese fire drills were among the fun filled activities. ln tne quiz snovv as much as S100 could be vvon. All in all approximately S250 were given avvay. lt was a very successful and profitable vveek for many students. t :Gif . - " ,..1.-4 -Fw. 'M' TOP: Bo Tneadore, Julie Baxter, Kim Berry and Ruth l-lemstreet race around their car during tne chinese tire drill. ABOVE: Work- ing nard to win the tug-a-vvar are Brian Held, Glenn Dobbs, Tim Nelson. LEFTz Cindy Stark and Aryea Gottlieb get totally involved in the pie eating contest. activities 35 The theme "This Magic Moment" expressively set the mood for the junior-senior prom. With the romantic set- ting ot the tamous Queen Mary in Long Beach, many cou- ples enjoyed a night ot dancing to the lively music ot "Your Kind ot People." This celebrated social event ot the year took place on April 26, presented by the junior class. This night will be remembered by all those enjoying the romantic evening. S' TOP RIGHT: Couples dance to the romantic music ot "Your Kind of People." ABOVE' Susan Bow- man willingly helps Keith Gulla with his boutoniere. RIGHT: Keith Gulla and Susan Bowman enjoy a quiet moment alone 36 activities lj. 5 -M5 45 23,-f , . , ,QV I., ,, fifl 2 , " an "AQ ff ' Q Jah,-, - ' , .V I 23 ' f im' , ' Q -- . 4 P 'H A ,bu 9 5 Q' A ," ,il pw--4, , fig? , There are many ways to use art to express an emotion or idea. Students were given an opportunity to do just that in the Fine Arts show put on in the Ike gym, the week of tylay 27. Original and outstanding pieces of pottery, painting, jewelry, wood, craft, printing and metal works were dis- played. For the first time the PE department participated with the art, industrial arts, and homemaklng in putting on the show. The homemak- ing had their fashion show and PE performed dance and gymnastics. A program was held to present awards to win- ning projects. lv.,-wx 38 activities TOP: A variety of projects were made bythe ceramics classes. ABOVE: Different types of jewelry made by students were displayed and some sold. RIGHT: Kelley Bird puts finishing touches on wall hanging. IN v 0 u 4 4 QVQQQLLQ: f ,Q , . . T 5 t f ft if . . x' ' E ffm 125- .Rt F1 Q-13, . - - WUQSJFZ. Ng 'r 3ff:g5:fff,'93 ' sv ga g Stand on nllls ot long forgotten yesterdays 131 tr A Pass amongst your memones told returning ways 'X A J As certain as vve walk today A Press over moments leaving you. t S, Q '-VX "1 N We-.-rs. t wg- - xg Q x' is A . A ,. .ff,,,-.f, W- ' V . 5.5, ,, -. -f yylv , -, .Q'f.l:," t-"S-frj,,1,'NI ' bf-sas Q ' ' ff in 1 x 1 84 , a?" E: t tm: 1'-5212- we . is ' 1 ix K, fi - a 1 gg V nl U , 51 Q if 9 ' Y 4 4 V X 2 5 , W! '- 7 , f 4g4,ZQ,1 :Z g :ggi lvlost Valuable: Balph Sanchez Sportsmanship: Dennis Crow, Dana Thompson Most Improved: Dave l-lood, Bill Smith Captains: James Fawcett, Mike lvlascetti CBL Team: Bon Lott, Balph Sanchez, James Fawcett Most Outstanding Sophomore: Fton Lott lke's varsity football team showed potential at the beginning ofthe sea- son by having a 2-2 pre- season record. The first win came from Long Beach Jordon 27-11. Then an upsetting loss to Thousand Oaks, 18-13, in a penalty riddled game where two scores were called back by penalties. lke came back with a 23- 13 victory over Indio, but lost to Santa Barbara 34- 14 the following week. ln the league opener, Eisenhower faced Chaf- fey and won with a strong 14-6 score. TOP: Football players have meal together before game with San G. LEFT: Jim English awaits referee's call on a crucial play. ABOVE: James Taylor fights for extra yardage. sports 41 42 sports lt was the first defeat of Chaf- fey in lke's history. The eagles then faced San Gorgonio, but V lost in a 24-10 battle. The most disappointing loss came when Fontana defeated Ike, 7-6, in a strong defensive effort where the eagles gave up only 146 yards rushing. Eisenhower was defeated by a large margin in a 34-6 loss to Redlands. The homecom- ing game was a heart stopper as Ike came from behind and tied the game with a two point conversion. Coach Daluiso i felt that the team was better than the record indicated. SKID FRONT ROW: Bill Hornsby, Steve Morales, Keith Gulla, Nate Miller, Denny Buskirk, Andre Wilson, Dana Thompson, Ron Kruger, SECOND ROW: Steve Blumenthal, Robin Townley, Ralph Sanchez, Bill Smith, Luke Howard, Jeff Gianni, Steve Carroll, Ron Lott. THIRD ROW: James Taylor, David Vincent, Jim Fawcett, Mike McBride, Mark McLelland, Lance Riggs, Dave Ellis, Gary Thornton. FOURTH ROW: Lowell Beers, Dennis Crow, Mike Klein, Gil Yzaguirre, Burgess Hallums, Allen Wyand, Mike Mairs, Chuck DeSadier. BACK ROW: Mike Mascetti, Doug Hood, Jim English, Randy Estrada, Mike Matthews, Albert Harris, Dave Hood, 1 in LEFT PAGE, TOP: Defense charges through to block Jordon punt. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: Kicker Steve Blu- menthal attempts extra point at the game against Indio. BELOW: Jeff Gianni sacks Chatfey quarterback. BOTTOM: Steve Morales gets a pass oft before defense comes through. MQW? X UNQQ N? .. L., ,Q- W i rr., .. .-v- HS 'V' tttt 1 1:43:53-3:,...g, --f'- 'f '-f" - I Of- r - ' '-:- 1, QfCt0ftt1f .. ..... btt' 31:1 ..,. . get San 1 ts rome .2ii2?F ' -- 55-1' Redta wst .1 1-1? , 2. .,'21.f1,-N' V .... . at --"' - "' . ESM' ' 5 4 E "5y,lwHs.'. . -' '.'f-'ff .,sL:J.-.'25565i. I L, mm 3 ra sports 43 Junior varsity football had an impressive beginning with tvvo vvins against l.B Jordon and Indio. After a series of setbacks to Redlands, Chaf- fey, and San G., they received a forfeit victory from Fontana. Again facing Bedlands they lost. Then put out a final effort against Pacific, but failed in a 19-18 contest. Coach Beu- pert felt the reason for the losses was the lack of a con- sistent team. Players from varsity and sophomore teams were part of iv's only on game days so they were not used to playing together. Outstanding players were Phil Deam, Byron l-larris, Ted Lund, Gene Bay, Kevin Scalf, Allen Wyand, Ken Cain, Dave Elkins and Dan Finneran. Out- standing sophomore players vvho played for iv's were John Carlberg, Jay Edvvards, Bill Matlock, Pick Poole, Fritz Bobinson, and Mike Sanzone. .44 . -. Q waz? Q-"4 easier " P' 'f .if,ff.,, ff' . . . rf . A H ff' . L .... .. . . ty., J, A I 'if i fQ,. 1 ., ,.f it Z 44 sports si f reg, 1. S.. , ., .1 1-agfvx as flip f, N Q-U '- M 1. l 1 at W. -nd' -3 2 it R f VZ .lf 3' ' N '55, ,Me , l LEFT PAGE, TOP: Byron Harris tries to make his way thru Fied- lands tacklers, BOTTOM: After catching the punt, Val Hanson begins hisjourneythrough the on-coming terriers. MIDDLE: Coach Hoak leads the jv's in warm-up exercises before the game. FllGHT PAGE, LEFT: Defense shows disgust after allowing a touchdown. ii gp1g,2,f,fQf ,U 3 f ' 2' 4 f .4 , l if 1 WV, Q' ,, , hifi ,-1 fi! 7 lit ,fr few T 1 f W r' Q 1 5 1 ,, 'f if ff 91 , n . fu "C ibn' f ,M A . Wffywfmf-,ffy iff , A 'iff ,f QW., ,. , l7':?'3Z?f4 I ' ' ' y .,,j,,y:,e:,f,,..z :g ,I gjyg, My , FRONT ROW: Coach Hoak, Jerry Morrone, Danny Finneran, Jim Meloon, Dave Green, John Haggerty, Ken Cain, Coach Fteupert, SECOND BOW: Robert Bates, Byron Harris, David Elkins, Val Hanson, Bob Carlberg, Kevin Scalf, Bob Harkey. BACK BOW: Tony Bohannan, Robert Dilworth, Maurice Hall, Willie Lipsey, Gene Flay, Allen Wyand, Ted Lund. sports 45 This year the sophomore football team had one major problem. They were lacking unity. The backs, ends and linemen refused to work as a whole. Jay Edwards, Reggie Tatum and Rick Bachelor pro- vided our offensive punch. Offensively and defensively the line was tied together by Dave Martinez, Mike Sanzone and Rick Poole. John Carl- berg and Terry Cox pulled the team together with inspiration and desire. Overall the team showed improvement from the beginning of the season to the end. This year the sophomores compiled a record of 3 wins 5 losses and 1 tie. According to coach Fel- lows the most important objective was to begin each Monday with a new outlook, -- we 1 ' 4 F-1 v-if hun' ........- NSXN-.rw ,,.. ...Mi at I ' UQ u S: 1 5 4- 2 A . Y ll wr t " 'I QI' 0 V ,E f '1 l if H "' -a - s r, C , V tv 'V , Q w l .fi ty, J Q " t H P 12? fp 1--. -wa 1 FRONT ROW: John Carlberg, Matt Oliver Goldsborough Purnell Keith Hensley Terry Cox Ray Overstreet Joe Mansion Radd Wal Fogg. SECOND ROW: Coach Costa, Mike Sanzone Rick Bachelor Michel Bordes Fritz Robinson Reggie Tatum Randy Baird Jay Coach De-Sadler. THIRD ROW: Coach Fotia Gordon Reiber Marty Florez Danny Green Paul Claude Tim Spears Roger Carter Bill Matlock Coach Barker. FOURTH ROW: Coach Fellows Ron Chavez Ed Biellelt Dean Laurenson Glenn Reyes Thom Gilbert Joel Sherwood BAC ROW: Manager Dave Wayne, Brian Heiner Duwayne Erwing Alonzo Spikes Tom Gowdy Kevin Bigham Rick Poole '1 LEFT PAGE: Defensive linemen converge on a Fontana runner, throwing him for a loss. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: Jay Edwards soamp- ers down field with punt return. BELOW: Reggie Tatum recovers loose ball against Palm Springs. BOTTOM: Ouarterback Fritz Robin- son throws down field to Kirk Fogg. T - l 117 1 a ...qq V 1 K EHS OPP LB Jordon 20 20 Th Oaks O 16 Indio 42 6 Palm Springs 12 6 Chaffey 13 34 San G. O 30 Fontana 6 8 Redlands 14 44 Pacific 26 14 won 3 lost 5 tied 1 SDOTTS 47 48 sports The JV runners sparked by James Caulkins, Jim Baker and Bruce Borg ran their way to a 5 vvin 4 loss season. ln a team effort the JV's shut out both Cajon and Fontana. The team also pulled out an impressive victory over San O. lvlr. lvleader's basic objec- tive vvas to prepare the JV team to assume the duties ot the graduating seniors. Other fine runners included: Steve Barrera, Joey Jimenez, Tony Borg and Bay Thompson. TOP LEFT: Jim Baker leads Chatfey down to the wash. TOP RIGHT: David Bokon begins his trip back to Frisbie Park. FRONT BOW: Bay Thompson, Steve Barrera, Joey Jimenez. BACK FZOVV: Mr. Meader Dan Clegg David Bokon, Jim Baker, Bruce Borg. 1974 junior varsity cross country team. ' in, ,.,, .ps gs. if- " I "L W nl!! -v.,f Q. if Q ,-11. fzziii' 'Q.2l2:E'.' T T N,5,,,,,. Jr' f J.V. Cross Country H' - -w'1115?b,., - -sf jaw , ' 1 ,N Q gilt i ii s1si,,5ii.gr,gA -4 fi ' ' - '- ,Ev rv U E 1 .,.,' H ,f 'g::- f' az- :A I .ni V. ' 1:1-iff? 'Hi ' .Wm .,,,, V V if .,v .,,, ' ' ,,,, - :fd ,.,.f,-,'ww-.f:f,,g'g,, V -QW i'4t49f34fi" 5v'J , f Q'i 3515. -2:1--.f - ' Q , ABOVE: Tony Borg beats runner from Chaffey to the finish line. BOTTOM LEFT: Steve Barrera strides over the rough terrain. BOTTOM RIGHT: James Caulkins extends his lead over an oppos- ing runner. sports 49 50 sports Top runners Larry Taft, Norm Potter and Andy Alejandre led the varsity cross country team to a most impressive season. The team recorded a 5 vvin 4 loss mark. Larry Taff, voted all league runner, established many new records. Among his achieve- ments, Taff shattered Fonta- na's course record vvith a time of eleven minutes and eight seconds. The team was boosted by .lack Garcia's never ending desire to improve himself. This year as a team effort the Eagles shut out three opposing teams. -A -.-a .Q Q ,1 pl :vs 1 x 5' s T , 1, 1 ,V 4- , .kay , , 'TIL , -, I V , ' 1' is 4 ' , 5 4 I-Q ,L T T1 92,3 asf fm, 1- .im a , - A 1 gr", , ' 'KWAN 4 f' i "1 ,J 35' P, ,gjsamvsnrvwff " Fill. U 'tidy' 14 f, , ai TOP: Norm Potter works his way up from the tough terrain. ABOVE: Jack Garcia and Gonzalo Reyes pace each other down to the wash. RIGHT: Larry Taff and Norm Potter lead all Chaffey runners, il u ', 'im r X f I ,, if 1 if 1'-f , M' 7 .55 , ,, . M, if A 'L 7, on V f, ,,,, -W-wr -. - 'swf , 1 1 , 4, ,V ,, f l 1 1 u f ,, f M if fn H , W' ,J V, Aj,',,m v7,,?,22,.,,W,,,v,7 , , ,J .Zi All 5 lri ,, M95 , ft y , 3 ,,,,, Z QV! VAIVV4 ,tt ,X f- ,',' x' f , , it ,, we hqf, , .A If 5 ra ff wwf f. .X .fm , iwtii , yi' 3 '?ng?"3Wif"13j,,,4" 2 ,, gt ', '94 5' H, ?W 12, 'H ' 1 'G C Hfgyffvfaf .fa tart, Wiz, i. ' , 2 ' M " Lf fi M ,j gwf 5 ,ry f 214136, fluff, f,,d,,,:lVi,,yVzww4, . F-. F M '5.f,1,zh7,,' an , ni ' ,, f ,,' , 1 1 ,wfim"f K d f ' -Q ' It ,' 71,9 JT , ' ' 4 'i V' ' " ,1 .. A if ' f 1' 'Q' T ff ' V 7 7 W . . ' ' .,.. JM' f j. 7-0 ' wtf 'QQ g FRONT ROW: Gonzalo Reyes, Andy Alejandre, Norm Potter, Bill Groeneveld. BACK HUVV: coach lvleader, Kerry Brown, Arron Chavez, Larry Taft, Jack Garcia, James Caulkins. LEFT: Bill Groeneveld turns on the speed against Fontana Steelers. RIGHT: Andy Alejan- dre heads to the finish line. ,V .,r, . , 1 2311312 1 r'r r l T r M. .1 if , Erz f -11251: . If N' rr . , ,r,tt ,., W . 5-K ,,:-, I A f, J' , a Q,i!1,' " ' w - 1,5 . .. fr., Y 12..- 4WV,Z5,-V :5..4,v,-'- . gh: , . ,, ' , at I V. r d ,Mg ' xi , K! Ei, .- was , ,Rv ,152 , GLYZIQH ay , we A 5 ts 6? 1 fr A4 X4 ,ik my fa ex, :Ki 2 ff gy? Q. 4' T 5 EI it ,yi s 3-M Qew 5 Q , l if V -, if ' l, ,Wo . Most Valuable Larry Taft All CBL Larry Taff Most Improved Jack Garcia Most Inspirational Jack Garcia sports 51 52 sports f., , ,...,, ,, AM ,J .. 4 -- 1' 4 'iff' ff ,T A ABOVE: Andy Alejandre Iengihens his lead. TOP RIGHT: Bill Groenveld strides down tothe wash. RIGHT: Kerry Brown prepares for his battle against the wash. 4- imfyiifeffifiafi N,.,-,ww-, -QM: " 'ff'-WWfQiJif"'11 " f Z -4. f. V ' vi-w4"'mv . ff fl 4 4 1 - D in ,Af 1 f , VM , , ,,,, W , - f 4 'r J' w. 'avgifff ,far V V ' ' , ff , W.. , ' M -V'-M ,, A f , Q ,,,,, , , 2, Z7?"Q'+,?, 1 y rf? C f fy if ,V 'Ziff , .,,,,1,,4 f v VA ,M 4 . frag-2: ' 74 l .fffijai ii"4L"',f? 4, fl 4 fMfi1'f3 ,f J " V M L,i-V Most Valuable: Alan Sharp Most lmproved: lvlatt Coulson All CBL Team and Captain: Bob Coonrod, Sec. team With a combined team effort varsity water polo worked to a 8-8 season record. A starting team ot Kim Froke, Dave Ftohrer, Norm Broholm, Bob Coonrod, Bob Gordon, Alan Sharp and Matt Couslon proved them- selves through a tough season. The most excit- ing and best played game was the 6-5 victory over San C. in an over- time situation. Another well played game came earlier in the season against Ramona with a score of 6-4. Bob Coon- rod proved valuable by TOP: Coach Tom Smith talks with team at half-time. MIDDLE: Alan Sharp swims ball down to make his shot. BOTVOM: Bob Coonrod yells "green ball" before throwing it in play. sports 53 UF 54 sports - , , """"9U51i'-wifi' ' , fft , ii. NET' 7 'if'gi"" 7 A N V ,3 n '. ,vs in Giving up only 158 points during the season. A great if defensive effort by Kim Eroke and Offensive effort by Alan Sharp proved that Eisenhower would never give up. Ike's new water poio ooaoh, Tom Smith came from Rialto Jr. High to give his coaching and ideas to the Eisenhower Eagle team. ip-. ,.,w:5e.,...,.. ,V , 3- , T :,.,, 1 .. ' A 1 fl' 1 ,Wa y V . W ,, , ,-.,v-4--n I ,,,,N,.,.,....,.f.,-M-4--if-.f-V-vf-v -f 'v A L i FRONT ROW: Waiter Christensen, Jon Edwards, Kevin Ivey, Matt Coulson, Alan Sharp, Bob Gordon, Dan Caudle, Gilbert Villavazo, BACK ROW: Randy Mclntyre, Norm Brohoim, Kim Froke, Dave Rohrer, Mark Muckenfuss, Scott Carnahan, Bob Coonrod, M 1 ,. me btqv M , ZW ,. wM: , .1,, 'W G I JAM! ,M ww ,,,,, ' My N 1 S ' iv-wi ,LJ A A -- l,QfwW'at n -.,a::aa,.,,3,,,Mf Q A a, N ffwqim ' V X W n.,- , ya JL ,, Wwfafm ' 31 K Q.. ,git ,':?x'M5,g,i,,:L:M,,,.,f H - ' 4 Q W ' . ' l"' ' ' V'Wf:W,'x. ,,.,.,,, 1 . .. , ji., sf, A, - K- t. .X i ,Q U A .w,,,,,,w, 1 'ti W"-1 , 1 1 -A .W ., jf lm ,QQNAVJ t , 1 I N ,ITV N . A . , ..-.f I ' 'ag ,. V , , fm. ' 'V'-,"""'w . ' Q, , "' 1 1 'lf' .fhygf , Wh .,., ,, , EHS Poly Tourney OPP lndio 3' 'VV' ' ' 16 ' Ramona 51, J Alta lioma 'al 'l7 Arlirlstbfi Sgggfoeirney 1 M 9 ' ' A 59m0'l3 11+ ,r Pacific Montclair 1, 4,3 Caicn 'T 'Til Alta, Loma 6 Gltatfey O San G. 6 Redlands O Won B ,, 6,5 19, 12 4 3 21 4 1 3 1.6 24 ,, 5 16 Lost 8 ,mmm W1 i 1 7 f' I I 1 fmiri- U ' .,,,,Mw-QW, ,V . nw, LEFT PAGE, TOP LEFT: Dave Rohrer makes crucial point against Ramona, TOP RIGHT: Bob Coonrod goes high out of the water to block point attempt by Fontana, RIGHT PAGE, TOP: Matt Coulson awaits ball vvnile guarding San Gorgonio player, ABOVE: Over outstretched hand of an Arlington player, Kim Froke looks for open man. sports 55 Sophomore water polo team: Joe Bridge, Bill Garner, Dave Kock, Mark Greeley, MVP Karla DeSadier, Most Improved, Blake Simonson, Jim Tipton, Dave Collins,Captain, Jerry Taylor, Don Sunderland. KXQX Q xg W i i i 3 it rq,, .,., 3, V A . . .X .. 1 vw , ,,,,,?,m,W V X .. M .t m lift ,V , 'Li , . ,IH mwyaf, , f W 3 i -fi it g V I hw, , ,p Mufsfxi. M i ' ,, ,mm .-.A ' J' 'V' Af? V N V' . K Q 1 1 ,.,gwV'Q - -P 'Ham Although the sophomore water polo team only won two W , .W games, they provided Eisenhower spectators with quite a bit of excitement. lnexperience and lack of unity caused most of the team's losses. The sophomores, however, did put all W. their skills together in a well played game against Pacific, which they won tO-3. Mark Greeley led the team with his fine offensive and defensive play. Many fans came to see .T ,, y , MM,-. ,Jil V - e 1 Karla DeSadier, Eisenhower's first girl to play water polo. , ,,,,i- ' , --,I gdqmx, She helped the team with her spirit and ability. The team tin- , ished the season with a 2 win 7 loss mark. Coach Tom , , . .-gr.. MK A Smith said that he expects the sophomores to aid next 'ft year's varsity team. , , TOP: Blake Simonson swims toward opponents goal, RIGHT: Gilbert Vilvazo . keeps the ball away from a San G. player. 56 sports 'md funn me 'A 4, 'ld 17" I -. m-- ff 3 waffle xx. F E LEFT: Mark Greeley protects the ball from opponent. BOTTOM: Karla DeSadier and a Cnatfey player go after loose ball. Sophomore Water Polo EHS OPP Fontana 1 O Ramona 4 10 Pacific 10 3 Montclair 6 12 Cajon 1 13 Alta Loma 11 20 Chaffey 4 14 San G. 3 10 Redlands O 9 Won 2 l.OSi 7 .--l 11- -n M, , I "T 211' , 4 . V , ..., f W A lu 'g2ii5ffgZ,1 , .,, I V ,,M,M,,,,,,, V fu. A 1 ,V ,aww-fee . 1. ' 1 ,W V 1 er r 4 v e a T e . , 1' 1' A A .ffm ,f y M 1 fwefff, ,De sr ff'-" 5, , Q, fl 4' I I ff , f ,, t4.A,f:Mf,.f .. , w,1Q,f,.,,., 44, 1 ,-lf' sports 57 58 sports e ,i t...,...,g,i2iIf,ii!i5iW ,, itil This year Mrs. Cox had only three returnees to vvork with in building the GAA Tennis team. Among them were Janet Johnson, Ginger Miller and Stephanie Ballard. With the excephon ofone Mayer Mrs. Cox expects the same teantnextyean Top mnqes mayersJanetJohnsonand Stephanie Ballard led the team wnh expenence and abHHy.Theh 2 WHL 8loss inarkis very decehnng as many ot their matches were very close. The team topped oh then season vwth an inwpressive victory over Cajon, in theirtinal match. EHS OPP San G. 1 8 Pacific 1 8 Fontana 4 5 Redlands O 9 Cajon 2 7 San G. O 9 Pmwc 2 7 Fontana 5 4 Redlands O 9 Cmon 5 3 won 2 lost 8 ,rye -wan.-Ma . an-f.......,.a-f.....,.,,, ,. . H M r H-1. ' '-.1 x., .A .gLs"'f'4"- 'P' 2 ' , ,..1.--t,.,, ' 1. bi f it . 5 A. ,Q 4 s 4 v "' A 1 i '.,,e Q inc , ,,,H ., , ,A J X I ' 'riff .f 'Y 1' : ' lf. .-1' vb 'Hi , gr- .. , In M r 54,1 Ji., .Ag .3 ,v , fl 'M Y vwfwf L, Wffw B' ' . f f f ,K f :4f..,.. f nf: +4 al l I1 WJ,ft3a'w' fi rr Wifflffnfff V M Lf , QL L, , 3 f f , My yr rwvdlllnlam: , ' 4 ' 1 fwgf-.'5gw.,.,, iff 'cwtm . A H 1' HV., lp.: f - ffyf 1 v hs ' 1'4 , f " ' y gyng V , V ,f Af . ,iAi.r Q K LEFT PAGE, LEFT: Sue Veyveris prepares for a net shot. BOTTOM: Nancy Jozens eases up on second serve against a Cajon player. RIGHT: Janet Johnson leaps high for a drop shot. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: Lori Bullard places a shop down the line in a doubles match against Redlands. RIGI-IT: Ginger Miller aces a Pacific player. na- ERONT ROW: Linda Bunn, Lori Andersen, Karen Tao, Karen Gilyard, Kathy Rivera, Kathy Muckentuss, Lori Bullard. BACK ROW: Mrs. Oox. Dawn Nelson, Nancy Wilson, Sue Veyveris, Nancy Jozens, Stephanie Ballard, Ginger Miller, Janet Johnson, Vanessa Nieto-Gomez, Penny fleisher. sports 59 Skill and enthusiasm were displayed by the GAA Volley- ball team, coached by lvlr. Kremer. The varsity team ended with an overall record of 4-8 and placed fourth in the CBL. Vicki Burrows held the highest total serving points of 72, was named MVP and captain. Also named cap- tain vvas Denise Scott, vvith Prisilla Serrano most inspira- tional and Kim Brandenburg most improved. The JV team had a record of 5-7 and tied for fourth in CBL. Sue Ser- rano vvas lVlVP, and a team captain. Sonia Gerth also a captain held the highest num- ber of serving points of 53. Beth Lee was most inspira- tional, and Denise Smith most improved. I, ,..,:,,,..,,, V pi' .'ffsf'Qisfl'-?-'wifi 'f'frrf41:.f.f 5,1-M--tw -Wvz. ,4, , ,.. ,Q ., -are 'f.f1., .,-qw:--,y. , ,3,g,-MAL. 5-gg.,-Wg .vw -:w-'- ..- Q-,--1-1: ms, -"1 uns :...ri ,,,... . ..,,.-t..,. -ng. .i ,,-in ,: 033, M, 5 .Wa 35 ww 1 4.-nf. - .'.f1":L':1.:-.-U 'W aw' iff .f 7'-Iii'--2 235' ,X -' .MQ - g- "gf 1 ' Wiif-i'f,kl.f:f' ,, wwf. .31-if . . A 'A f f . x iff 3F"?1gf..f.-+ 4 A 1g.'13'f.. .. jf if .V ,y-my -vp,-1. W, ,.J4f,,,4f , f. -,Q .v2,-:req . f . 60 sports - '-. Q vnu :vnu L........... LEFT PAGE, TOP: Denise Scott spikes the ball against San G, BELOW LEFT: Kim Brandenburg makes a great effort and saves another point. BELOW RIGHT: Serving the final point in the game against Cajon is Karen Yarling. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: Laurie l-llatt returns serve to the Pacific team. BELOW: Setting the ball for a spike is Vicki Burrows. K 3 If - K W' 'Q E lw9i9,4f4"' l 'Y :J i' 5 l i nmol nas 1, in T 7 ' vu I 5 T Q f ' , nn: , faq 5 5. 1 f . 5, Q .. I I i " i 5 , 14: "N"""f""'u" """ ' W., Q 'Qi-. "' , I W Q f'-s-fn. x 5' ,. I.. "-' : , , , , ,, fl ,,- fRONT ROW: Josephine Cedeno, Julie Roberts, Denise Smith, Sheri Archer, Beth Lee, Yvette Mansion, Laurie l-liatt, Vicki Burrows, Mona Nilkin, Karen Yarling. MIDDLE ROW: Lupe Cedeno, Pam Crans, Jeannette Serrano, Linda Cox, Jan Guzik, Sue Serrano, Angie Moultrie, Dhristy Steele, Denise Scott, Laurie Sanchez, Kim Brandenburg, Priscilla Serrano, Coach Kremer. BACK ROW: Karen Elgan, Marsha Ruff, Sandi Metz, Sonia Gerth, Shirlee l-lart. sports 61 A winning attitude and a desire to play hard brought the sophomores a most respectable season. The abil- ity to out run their opponents with the tast break was a major factor toward their suc- cess. Top players were: Frank Sauceda, Bart Book- hamer, Mike Moses, Bruce Curry and Tom Tannery. Tom Oxendine and Matt Wagner showed the most improve- ment throughout the season. The most hustle and desire was shown by Mike Moses. With fine support from par- ents, cheerleaders and fans the sophomores shot their way to a 19 and 3 season. 3 A I , l. A A-A-,Qg,i.a'1- js' an ' V ' est' . ' 3 3 K' r ,W gif: xx 1' ' x - I Q haf. s ABOVE: Tom Tannery concentrates on a rump shot against Ftedlands. RIGHT: Mike Moses tips ball to awaiting Bart Bookharner. 62 sports Front row: Dale Smith, Bruce Curry, Jim Ferguson, Frank Sauceda, R. B Peters Steve Miranda Terry Powell. Back row: Coach Anderson, Tom Oxendine, Tom Tannery Matt Wagner Pat Men dez, Dave Zavala, Bart Bookhamer. 59" LEFT: Tom Oxendine gets the tip on jump ball, BELOW Bruce Curry lays in two points as a Terrier watches help lessly. BOTTOM Frank Sauceda pre pares to set up a play Poly Montclair Rumdoux San B. Redlands Fontana San G. Pacmc Chaftey Redlands Fontana San G. Pacific Cnaffey Redlands Fontana San G. Pacific Cnaffey Won 19 ' x . , 5 .. , xl . , ,S R 1 m 5 ex ,Q N ri. 3 'ri ,x x W ' 'S S . -,gwwiqm .sen :git ,fm W N rv, "' J ".W 5 Q . Q! 1 K F l p .EN A. 35, ' A , ,,L, s ,K 13 ,PK n '- I 2: 1' 5 iz 44 V- f If 19 ff ,, , ..-a '11 . ' 'N ,y ' 1 4 gg, ' Q 15 1 ' ai ' il bf' gf lf v ! x , ,,, -1 1. ,-.fdu3mx2--""' -'.f .K 9, 1 f .5554 ,-, . ,xmi if BELOW: Tom Fley goes lor a quick basket against Cnalley. 1 ff l 1. ront row: .Jon Nevvlee, Dennis Pulsifer, Yogi Hopkins, Fritz Robinson, Danny Thompson, Mike McCoy, Maukrice l-lall. Back row: Walter Alexan- ar, Pat Phelps, Tom Rey, Ray Rios, Alonzo Spikes, Jack Brooks, Randy Beasley. 3 l I sports 65 uw lill XX"F'7lll is .1 J ,l1'ii-,ijji tt! ,M The first halt ot the varsity basketball season turned out to be rather disappointing. However a winning attitude was always present on the team. Tryouts were held for three days in November. lvlr. Boehler picked the team that he thought would do the best job. The Eagles put together their best team effort in an exciting homecoming victory over Fontana. The team was led by Dennis Vasquez, Fton Lott, Randy Peterson, Paul Tyler, Dave Bucker and Jim English. Dave Rucker sparked the team with his inspiration and desire to win. lVlr. Ftoehler summed up his season best when he said, "The boys had nothing to hang their heads for after a game as long as they knew that they gave their best." ABOVE: Paul Tyler goes for two against Redlands. TOP RIGHT: Dennis Vasquez puts the move on a Fontana Steeler dur- ing homecoming game. 66 sports 1 x ' 'X mg f xx sf Q . ae R L Front row: Tom Fellcetta, Curt Vvieler, Mike Wolf, Pon Lott, Ed Butler, Dave Pucker. Back row: Paul Tyler, Dan Hopkins, Jim English, James Gray, Bill Dickinson, Fiancly Peterson, Dennis Vasquez, coach Fioehler. sl i we .S 'S' Hman! J 1 .N -v-' ' 1 f -, Q., , zz, -.M . 55,65 gf, s Despite many setbacks the varsity wrestling team managed to have a winning season, with a record of 7-6-1 - lke's matmen took third in CBL. During the Victor Valley tournament an unfortunate accident occurred in which Kurt Simonson suffered a serious neck injury. Jeff Gianni remained undefeated dur- ing the regular season with a record of15-O. In CBL finals Jeff Gianni took first, Steve Blumenthal and Mike Mascetti placed second, Mike Inglis, Dale Lina- burg, Jim Fawcett, Chuck Chaple and Mike Myers placed third, and Bobert Cox placed fourth. Steve Blumenthal and Jeff Gianni advanced to CIF finals, with Jeff Gianni advancing to the state meet in Bakersfield. .ff BELOVV: Jim Fawcett attempts to turn over opponent for pin. BOT- TOM: Mike Mascetti makes intri- cate move to put Redlands terrier on his back. A MVP: Jeff Gianni Most Inspirational: Chuck Chaple Most Improved: Steve Blumenthal Team Captains: Jeff Gianni Jim Fawcett CBL: Jeff Gianni, Mike Mascetti, Steve Blumenthal, Mike Ingles, Dale Linaburg, Mike Myers, Jim Fawcett, Chuck Chaple CIF: Jeff Gianni, Steve Blumenthal STATE: Jeff Gianni sports 69 70 sports ...,.,..l-, w '-"'-'- mem: Jeff Gianni srruggres to gem opponent on his back. BELOW: Fon- tana man shows frustration before being pinned by Rueben Barraza. -.Quads Rumi -ur--'H ,,-.f'7,-,, Lx.- bruce fha :A "ff-K ' ,,.' 2 13, 'j I T21 BELOW: With the advantage at 'the end of the Period, Steve Blu- menthal takes the up position. . ,, I ff aww? 1 ,f f, .W 42' ' " ' ff 1 f 4-K fy if i fp?" 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Back row: Steve Blumenthal, Mike Mairs, Mike Mascetti, Mark Leon, Jeff Gianni, Mike Myers, Chuck Chaple, Rueben Barraza, Coach Kremer. sports 71 Front row. Robert Brown, Don Bilyou, Jerry Cox, Phillip Florence, Roy Fulton. Back row: Joe Scalf, Kevin Bigham, Ted Reiber, Dan Baker, Kevin Scalf, Dennis Escamilla, coach Kremer. During the season coach Kremer brought his JV Wres- tlers a long way. More than halt his grapplers were soph- omores. Coach Kremer praised his young matmen for their fine improvement. Among the top wrestlers wereg Reuben Barraza, Den- nis Escamilla, Ray Overstreet and Kevin Bigham. The wres- tlers looked to Reuben Bar- raza as their team leader. The most improvementthis year was shown by Kevin Bigham. The team ended the season with their finest match, a 36- 38 loss to Redland in which 2-4 points were forfeited to the opponents. Kevin Bigharn, Roy Fulton, Ray Overstreet, Ted Reiber and Kevin Scalf will all return to help build next year's varsity team. RIGHT: Joe Scalf holds opponent from Pacific in a head lock. 72 sports Q S E fagawaaaw wwf ., ff,,i.wifffffff fiwiagyaaf , .L M ' 1 ,,wim0:265iify,2Z,W 4 1 V ,,, , wr: 4414? "MV EHS OPP Moreno 15 Colton a 33 Charter Oak T 142 T Ramona AA" 42 M36 Coachellavi A 15 48 is p 9, 57 40 1 8' lnm0w,jx ,ii T, 63 coiipn T ly 30 'V 33 f' FOhfah3f'-7 428 36 Q San G, 7 "1 f"'fi2O 40 Pacific ..g,f V,f, 42 Redlandsfj, ' 'A ' V,i,TiM, a-85i, WQW2"T' 'A' HTNMTO A310 tif' ffl TOP LEFT: Dennis Escamilla goes for the pin against opponent from Redlands. LEFT: Phillip Flor- ence in the up position awaits sig- nal from the ref. to be-gin. ABOVE: Ftueben Barraza after victory against Colton. nd? ini- sports 73 Front row: Paula Lugo, Grace Bracarnonte Denise Bicondova Maria Flores Ladonna DeJong Fthonda Lynch Lauri Sanchez Kathy Hub bard. Back row: lvlrs, Kremer, Linda Taylor Tanya Glass Tena Alexander Val Tanguay Sharon Laughlin Sandra Weeks Jan Johnson Jill Steiner, Beth Lee, Mr. Bigham. The GAA track team was put through a vigorous condition- ing period prior to the open- ing of the season. The young team was full of fervor and eagerness to do their best. Through dedication, individ- ual effort and self discipline each member vvas able to do her best, which in the end helped the team as a vvhole. Beth Lee, Eisenhovver's fine hurdler was the team's leader. Other outstanding participants vvereg Jan John- son, Sharon Laughlin and Linda Taylor. 74 sports 6. W ,f7t,,,,' 71,37 " QW, ,Vw fywwqf A ff Av ,. , 'Q Q , 5 ......,,... .W LEFT PAGE: Grace Bracamonte practices for her distance events. RIGHT PAGE, ABOVE: Jan Johnson throws the eight pound shot. TOP: Tanya Glass hands the baton to Tena Alexander as they practice for the 440 relay, LEFT: Beth Lee clears the low hurdles with good form. 5, ,ny W ., mf , fy'-'M"'i M, sports 75 . ,,n,-- Both GAA basketball teams had a good zone defense this year that proved hard to pen- etrate. The shooting ability of the team, overall was good. The varsity team consisted of 12 players vvith the starters being, Vicki Burrovvs, Kim Brandenburg, Sonia Gerth, Karen Gilyard, and Gloria Gurber. The JV team con- sisted of 15 players, with the starters being Linda Cox, Trudy Evans, Hilda Rosas, Tami Russell, JoAnne Saidan. TOP LEFT: Karen Gilyard makes her free throw attempt. TOP RIGHT: Going up forthe rebound is Mona Wilkin. 76 sports I ,M 5 at Q Us !y 9 i 'll' ,W . 3 1 I 'r 4' F he l --I - mv iAlllli'Jl Ii5iHtHiM1HIAl?l lDi4ElJiR 5 ul1itlJHNU Whitt i f-'ft - M I ur YEAIZIIS, FOR HSENHOWER HIGH OUR DEAR OLD ALMA NIIITER WE OWE OUR BEST T0 IHEE. 'IIS HERE WE SPEIIT OUR CHERISHED YEARS' 91-A ilflf RAP! Midi ?AltI?iG ERAVELY PLAYING , RAISE YOUR COLORS HIGH WE ARE PROUD OF YOU AND TRUE TO EISENHOWER HIGH W 1 - wt PL out tr , Hrri uoiir 'V al iv, ,ou ' lt Front row' Robin Wilson, Sara Wold, Mona Wilkln, Vicki Burrows. Second row: Dayna Gerth, Chris Rolan, Kim Brandenburg, Gloria Gruber, Sonia Gerth, Angie Moultrie, Karen Gilyard, Penny Fleischer, Third row: Coach Perkins, Lauri Sanchez, MaryEllen Duran, Becky Fawcett, Barbara Rodecker, Tami Russell. Lisa lvlarkott, Trudy Evans. Back row: Josephine Cedeno, Hilda Rosas, JoAnne Saindon, Jan Guzik, Shirlee I-lart, Linda Cox, Beth English, Julie Clayton, Coach Blarike, I , W, 91- 5: if 2 ' 1? 3. N iv sg 'G 4 ii HY '- as f, ' 4. fgiizfgiifiii ll f ' f A . ,. A ,fi 5 U5 ,f k gi.,.,? 1 2 ,1 J .,, ,A J '- r, A, " .. V. WM W- mf,wMM,,,W,,g -.w..,,,m ' WKV1 ,Wf- f,f,"Wd4 'Why ,,4,,,,WffwfM x 'QW . ' ' , , Wamfvffww ff :V ' f -5 K w,4,, ,,. I 1. ' 1 ABOVE: Vicki Burrows dribbies the ball down court. LEFT: Sur- rounded by Cardinal players Kim Brandenburg passes the bail to Sonia Gerth. sports 77 According to Mrs, Cox, Eisen- hower was blessed with the strongest sophomore group ever this year. The tennis team was filled with spirit and enthusiasm. lt was the first year that the net men played a triple round robin. During the season there was only a varsity team. Any person not making the varsity team was given a chance to challenge varsity players for a starting position. The team as a whole improved vastly throughout the season. Kurt Lackman showed the greatest individ- ual improvement. Brett Peter- sen led the team in hustle and desire. Other fine net men wereg Jon Newlee, Jeff Barret and Mike Guzy. Cie. ABOVE: Mike Guzy hits a torehand shot at the baseline. TOP RIGHT: Ken Streater exhibits hustle in his attempt to return a lop. BOTTOM RIGHT: Darren Cramer hits a powerful backhand against San G. 78 sports Fl Q n Q :PA-fi-.J l .4 A.i.n-A l l I I K K . K -V'-qv' vvvvvvvv, 1--f-............,, I -1 -Q-f-1 ' "'1?5 ' -F l 1 i 4 f ,argl gggg :lll if ' at M W it mm' x f - .Y 'I ik 1 i .1 t 9 3 ,hh +1.1- iv TOP: Mike Guzy aces an oppo- nent from Cnattey. BOTTOM: Brett Petersen uses unorthodox but effective style in hitting a vol- ley against Redlands. 'H t F Flubidoux Montclair f Burrows! Colto ,, a if Redlands -4 Fontana San G. Pacific X Chattey Q Redlands ., - s - Fontana San G. ' Pacrtiglm , Chaftey 5 Y Redlands ,M , Fontana Gan G. Pacific I Chaffey I -.1-. .--.1 xx '. 'E l -1 E V Front row: Jett Barrett. Galen Stearns, Tom Dominick, Andy Alvarez, Aryea Gottlieb, Brett Peterson. Back f rovvi Darren Gramer, Mike Guzyi Ken Streater, Mri Van Horn, Craig Corbin, Kurt Lackman. Jon Holguin. gh Mrs, Cox, Not pictured: Jon Newlee, Bart Booknamer. Frank Duran and Matt Coulson. 4- ' .pf , ,,..,.-.-Q-v-Q-.--o-fl rl "1 'A 4' sports 79 BELOW: Andy Alvarez hits a spin serve. RIGHT: Jon Newlee hits a two handed backhand shot. BOTTOM: Ken Streater places a soft drop shot against Fontana. , I g- . V1 f.:- ar' J A I 4,1 . V. 1, .gil . t -' 43 t 1 ik Q f ,- ru . i . . . . fi V r . 1 x t . Ali'-511 'V' K rx ,t p1 -1 t I A ' W ' ,Q ,-C X - E ,c u 1 . . 1 fm ,V . V, n , . . gg X ',, 1,--4.1, tilt ftfxvil' 1 - x' Aff! . 1 '.' .' I. rirtzifs' ' ft ft' 5 1' Vi' ,242 if, 1 ly if l.?l, 'f.:1f 21 . " LN ,Q , SQ, def .QQ 80 sports -s y Y. L.,.v. -1-an-an-n-vnu 11' r WMGW4 Ynllfglpwgkk -9...a.-w 4 x-'i 9-P"'2 . W 'Q '- x ., X V -uv Y i an-'7?'f ar sz m ff . G f X , A , kwa -,-v TZ" . A , O I fi BELOW: Kurt Lackman returns a baseline shot. LEFT: Jeff Barrett hits an overhead smash. BOT- TOM: Jon Holguin places a cross court volley as doubles partner Ken Streater watches. r sports 81 z 'gffli' 'K , 1 ,. ., ., 1 M'-'ma ag T a ,X , , . 1, T ft iff , Lf" - 532237 355 'ff 1 1, - A. , 1 1 " V rf if, f .1 , K , 1 4 1 1 I , pervas- fnnmaaw dun 82 sports ABOVE: Kurt Lackman follows through after hitting an overhead smash. TOP RIGHT: Jeff Barrett returns a deep lob. RIGHT: Frank Duran returns a deep baseline shot. 4 J qyqngrfffvvk xx ..t""t5".',',K ,,,.f...t1v: .-f 4-aa...p,w .X Y -1. 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I WV. ,C f 'uf.,vmT:iQA.'i:, T V ,titfftift 1 0'-I zyw ' , L ' ,Q , ttf, , 5,-fi - . .M 1, ' ' --,s 4, N , 'Y TOP RIGHT: Alan Sharp wins the 100 yard breast stroke. ABOVE: Kim Froke practices the back stroke for the relay team. RIGHT: Starting the 100 yard butterfly is Robert Gordon. iw , A ,f ww.- 4,,e.,,6, ff,,.ffW1,,,..s!-n, I ' rg f W 41 W V. ,x " 39857: ' ' .Lf f 5'v,wf9f' , W., .fm wb, we ,,, A .1 -.--n-valign -W., - Although small in number the Eisenhower varsity swim team placed fourth in the league. The season was shorter and the CBL finals were held in March. Kim Froke continuously placed first during the season ln the 50 and 100 free, earning a place in CIF competition. Fle also traveled to Ft. Lauder- dale Florida during April to participate in the Y Nationals. Other outstanding swimmers were Mark Muckenfuss, free style, Bob Gordon, butterfly, and Alan Sharp, breast stroke and IM. These four participated in the relay team which placed second in CBL. . 5 lead in the relay. ..,, ll l.ll ,yl Colm, . it 1001 l,1,. L , ,35 T eng T H 1,. 1,., T Pacific A .f M , W -. San B. . . Fontana Chaffey Redlands ,ff 1 Z f f ' won3 iostef .fi' nv-rf f ...t.. 1...f'A Q A as ., Front row: Lee Eubanks, Joe Bridge, Kevin Thomas, Steve Perkins, Randy Mclntyre, Robin Rutledge, Stan Murra, Gerald Taylor, Bill Matlock. Middle row: Dave Nehem, Jon Edwards, Joe Scalf, Alan Sharp, Arnie Edgcomb, Ed Goble, Blake Simonson, Matt Coulson, Steve Plummer, Back row: Bob Gordon, Kim Froke, Phil Brandenburg, Ed Warren, Don Sunderland, Craig Webb, Dan Dickenson, Mark Muckenfuss, Grey Roney, Coach Johnson. won3 lost6 sports 85 LEFT: Mark Muckenfuss takes a li 86 sports .-.---I--1 V,,,x..,,, U 'I '7?kM:w-' mf ---- , - ,. K. .,.,, rs, .- 'i':rl'1 4417-lgf. ' A .,,, f V 7 L A .im ..,,:.4.p. V.,-4"-. QV .w . . ,,,,,,,,., .,V ., " -W f' fm. .L we-Q,i.Af, I N f nat.. i ', M3 J f A .A,,.,4fa'-. V V V ,V VV , ,V , 15 JA W , A 1 QAM in Q .,, . ,V V. . as XV 'wg p . . 32, . .iVkV.V.VV V ,V VVVVVWVVV V V - N ' 'Q-as TOP: Ike swimmers end practice with sprints. ABOVE: Randy Mciniyre swims the tnird lap of the 400 relay. RIGHT: Coach Johnson discusses times during the Redlands meet. M WW f, .,,4,,,,,, V-.www ww. W""f"'n:w1f ? 'iff ,,mf.f.... wwflwh af nv? if-W A- 3 f , ' if W W ,Wh 5,4424 ,141-, f N V' ,, , We ' LEFT: Jon Edwards finishes his last lap in the 500 free, BELOW: Blake Simonson begins in the 50 yard breast stroke. sports 87 The varsity golf team started its season with hopes of repeating as CBI. champs, Spirit quickly declined as soon as the golfers found out that they could only have the use of El Rancho Verde Golf Course twice a week. This somewhat hindered the game of many of the golfers. The team was sparked by the play of Tom Behwald. Other fine golfers includedg Steve Eas- ley, Luke l-loward, Bro Oorosu and Allen VVild, 88 sports ABOVE: Ed Knsher lines a long putt. ABOVE RIGHT: Sam Howard drives his tee shot down first fairway. Os ,' , 1 , UM ' fa wr I' rf" firiw H , 1 , if W ., , knew W ,, M WW, In ,Q ,nw 2" VIZ", - I ""'36 may Front row: Clyde Streeter, Phil Murphree, Tom Flehwald, John Burnach, Sam Howard, Back row Bro Corosu, Phil Alpert, Luke l-loward, Bill Mills, Allen Wild, Ed Krisher, Mr. Violette. LEFT: Clyde Streeter lines up his putt for a par. BELOW: Allen Wild taps in his snort putt. Varsity Golf EHS OPP San Berdo 204 240 Colton 213 231 Indio 217 201 Redlands 211 212 Fontana 221 249 San G. 210 208 Chaffey 214 214 Redlands 205 210 Fontana 207 235 San G. '-234 209 Cnaftey 224 209 Redlands 21 1 202 Fontana 213 256 San G, Chaffey sports 89 . ,iff I - i ,va Q? Lu' 90 sports a 4 , 0 . Ylang 'in LEFT: Luke Howard crunches his shot off the second tee. RIGHT: Bro Corosu lines up his birdie putt OH the eighth green against Rubidoux. . s T . ,, uh ,nuns -ww XX .2555 W "r'ES""N' f. -L H was m,em::,.,N:..fx , g k I W, ',,.h,A7f.,..rs- - 1. . 3s .H 'sw ,N h . X in .fl hlifxf Wx. 'WW A group quite often tor- gotten are the statisti- cians. They attended all events tor their sport and kept track of score books and records. lt was a very important job that often went unrecog- nized. TOP: Front row: Sherrie Johnson - basketball, Danette lvlendonca - football, baseball, Ruth Hem- street - football, baseballg Helen Kasperick - football. Back row: Danette Miranda - basketball, Donna Richards - vvater polo, svvimmingg Julie Baxter - foot- ball, track, Teri Longhetti - foot- ball. LEFT: Danette Mendonca, Julie Baxter and Ruth l-lemstreet keep stats at a junior varsity foot- ball game. sports 91 1 ,it 4 A' Miss Blanke felt that her girls fielded one of it's best soft- ball teams ever. The girls were led at bat and on the field by Vicki Burrows, Gloria Gruber, Sonia Gerth, Robbin Wilson and Angie Moultrie. The girls looked to their most valuable player, Vicki Bur- rovvs, as the team leader. The team was blessed vvith spirit, enthusiasm and most impor- tantly fine talent. Angie Moul- trie and Sue Veyveris pro- vided inspiration, desire and lots of hustle. T -3 - WW 'mf ,M vgp , ,E ,Y I za . ' Z, A . 4'ifKvf'6i4 ., , l ,V V V ,.,, W , ' ' . I ' V , 'V ,.. , A 1, I K 6 I 44 if? . . ' -,1 ',f,4 . ' 0' , X af .' 1 ' . " It l rx O . 'Y-. ,f - 12 A N if f T , , NNI ,hu -Vu ww" 14? x f ,,,..,,......,.....,., , ,I , -. ..h.., .- s. ... .. -we 5, ' Q A-. - T A. r f 1 ' as-.-1'..' '1-45, ,, ,cj W- Q 152, as U,-A , ' , 1 .' 2- -- ' WT- '-A---Q---f' 'fri'-14-4 W .. ' , . ,Q . , ' s wf - -K' -,:"'7"30f? . -45-- 'f '- - " ' , ,gg.,5-4, ,A-,-?i?,",g1-Qgf5 r:..,-:f,,..,, - 4 ' ".-. as m"""" H' ....'-K , - . .'7.ps-1',gQrt' , V. -, 'f '-4, ," 'L-4 . ..-ef?-I -, . 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ABOVE RIGHT: fm gmggsf Karen Gilyard chases a pop fly, '2M7L'!,.J f41jfir??ff7.gg ff Borrorvi morn: sara vvoid ,L fields a sharp grounder. fr-fifwf f, ' -2' ,W 'V 2 gj jff' , f ' ,,V i,A4,i ni - ' 4 ,f it . ' "' .fy ',,,,-.QQ " :.gLMg,'j A2 Z .J -ew ' pi ' r r A' ff' :ar . i r tr A-fffsr r, - T . ue, 1, ,pg jf, ' r gt, 1 ? f 'tj41,f5nja,i4g'3gk,Qbi:4A , ,Q 37 " f V , , ,,,a-T . 5, ff V. V, it ,H V--i"'f'5 w.w af'.:v u , , Fc A fr 9'4" ,f,,:.1s5-Jain'-':"Zfa-"t3fff14i1tf Ai i24'f1+im,9?1f' r' "V an., it ly: H V tj. A as 3 , -avid, x .. 4, ,,.u -- -2- ,fn X' :CZ ef4.N"'ir'-5 Z :nfl "2ae."w7W T' V - ' --dqplffg' ,Q -git-L--4 .J Jw." ' -, u"ur -4 - , I, W. ,U -.4-1 'Q .240-4,y,i,1tfw rg 92 Sports , ,' .,Lg,f',,?w,t ,Ll H 4,3 - -,Q fr-:2""'Q.' ' " ., . V V- Q , I 3 1 V- 'VL' Y , 'qu su ,V ,'u'f'w, 4,41 Nfl' 1.1 bfi 1 ' is 57 1 '- . , mf' " , ""fffa 'fffzg JW ' F as .5"+o" , 33. , N .. f . yr - Ysw Q t I.. . iz l-S' F V ,N 'N' t .. . K- - 3 .A :KAY-Qex.t.. for -f. Il - f ., it' ' L 'ff "ii 3 T jj' ,,.1,i3g,2' ,. ' Y N ? , t " - Y' ' P vi ' -3, av .r 11' Lf, we g gi. - 'sfgfigj T Pima i Q.. . be N .Ql T , Q ,. i ' nf? P " .gf , 'Q' i . q -' l ie? 'Ez' ' '555vx.E"'2f4.,fgEJ?Qt.' ,' QF' - " I s , X .Q M, Q , r 1' 'Q N 0? , ,. s P T K N Q- 1 5 "' , ., , M L A its W: wq sf ,, ,x,.Kf - 'Hi 1-' . '4' 'ki ,f i .. 1 - xx, ,- . A,-42.1, - 1 -mls 1 , WV, fi, ' pgf , t. f I nz, , 4 Q I 5 v Q"ZW'if L, , ' ., 11? I 1 f wtf? ' ,4,,. ffl fi, 4 . 1,,. i ,T f FA! , .ff .f A , I 4 , Z 9 14: M ' , 5 W 4,6 , ' , v 4' X , 14' f i TOP LEFT: Sonia Gerth tires the ball to home plate. TOP RIGHT: Angie Moultrie delivers pitch to the plate. LEFT: Karla DeSadier finishes strong in the butterfly against San G. The GAA swim team was again coached by Miss Spears. This year CIF allowed two weeks prior to the season for inexperienced swimmers to practice. The team was evenly balanced between new and experienced swim- mers. Outstanding swimmers for the year were Karla DeSaider, butterfly and IM, Janet lvans, tree style, Pam Long and Sherri Graham, breast stroke, Sandi Metz, back stroke and free style, and Laurie lvans, back stroke. The swim season was longer this year because the team met each opponent twice. Sm is .L 1 21" ai. "' . ' ..,. an W T. 1- Apaswy-,..s b 'CX .f, ,GM 4K .e Q xsan- ..-.,u,... .. 1 Q. ,-, N., ,M , 1- f 1- ., - "' fag - '-1'2" "'- --. M--xr? 53' '-M, 'Tx , "nv V ' VM. W ,... ""3r .,,. , , , 5 , ri.. "' 14 E , X, 2 f 1 4 if -V 1 ,f H ,iz O I if y o 'JJM z ' 1 2 1 , . 1 P' . f I 4 f X 5 I 9' , , 'ff f- , , .. , swf 'I nwfwdwmffff' .3 " ""HVW2'1+ f V, ,, .3EjgV. - A- :hi V r ,W 5.52 ff of vw? 1. fu ff A WWW i ,M 2- ff 4 , M, . LQ ? M f W X wi 411 . 7: 'rf A I ff if , 5 Q, Un' 4. " 1 f M . ,it ffm r Q' J .1 "I K ' 1 , ' ' ,. Wy' V1 ,fthiafl , 1 ,T 4 A '-'A fin 'ami' . . 'Y'-fu 1 ' f - ' - ff. ' if 3' ' ' TOP RIGHT: Girl's work on sprints during practice. ABOVE: Sandi Metz works on her back stroke form. RIGHT: Finishing strong against San G. is sophomore Pam Long. 94 sports ' i W: 43, wk :Vis .V 1, 'K' an ff Front r yard. Back row: coach Terry Blanke, Nancy Long, Jami Whitbeck, Stephanie Ballard, Sue Veyveris, Trudy Evans, Becky Fawcett, Angie Moultrie, Linda Cox, coach Butch Timmons, Not pictured: Lisa Apo- doca, Yvonne Allen, Nalita Burket, Venus Beamon, Lynn Higgenbothern, Bernice Morales, Deloras Mor- eno, Shella Nash, Alice Tindall, Winona Vandestine, Gloria Gruber, Valery Tanguay. 1975 Girls Softball Team. , ovv: Robin Wilson, Terri Velarde, Hilda Rosas, Dana Martinez, Viki Burrows, Sara Wold, Karen Gil- lt www I NASH I l mir. u-4 W -1-nl , """'K' Front row: Robyn Huyck, Nora Morman, Sue Cripps, Vickie Keegan, Jeanette Serrano, Sandi Metz, Lolita Cortez, Sherry Sapronetti. Middle row: Nancy Sheperd, Julie Clayton, Regina Miller, Janet lvans, Randi Blanc, Pam Long, Ann Logsdon, Carolyn Tipton, Christie Steele, Laurie Gorsline, Priscilla Serrano. Back row: Asst. Coach Mrs, Karen Elgan, Laurie lvans, Beth English, Barbara Rodecker, Donna Richards, Shari Graham, JoAnn Brundage, Hilary Blair, Connie Forbush, Karla DeSadier, Debbie Garcia, Cindy Richards, Suzanne Serrano, Janet l-larris, Coach Fran Spears. BELOW: GAA swim team prac- tices back stroke starting before the first meet. sports 95 96 sports The sophomore track team seemed to do vvell, despite the fact it lacked strength and depth. George Davis placed continually in the 100 and 220. Rob Black had a mid-season best of i0'10" in the pole vault. lvlaurice Hall had a time ot 54.2, in the 440 at mid-season, and with a time of 2114.6 Bruce Borg usually placed in the 880. Although small in numbers the team brought home their share of victories. ABOVE: Sprinters Mike Bordes, George , Davis, and Jay Edwards sweep the 220. 5 V. 'lf' " V 4, WIS: we 15294, Q U in 4 ,v MMA if 1. ' ia TOP RlGHT: Maurice Hall finishes hard in the 440, RIGHT: Jim Baker hurdles to victory against Redlands. ..l, ' ,, M ,ii 1-pi 1 "' ' fir: V, A J , , Q - 1 to I 4 Gpjnuuvfw Q-V-manova .WW ' I an W, ' . gl Wu I 1 1 OPP 19 76 V2 28 24 94 26 N . b W .rv - is J u s 5 5 - M..-ww E N-5. Z Y' S. 1 .- ,xx ' . x 'pq EHS PiusX 91 Q Colton!Ap. V. 66V2 A ' ' Serra 84 Fontana 93 Redlands 24 San G. 81 Pacific Chatfey Won Lost Front row: Ray Fulton, Joe Rereze, Doug Pickett, Pete Fishering, Michel Bordes, Jay Edwards, Robby Black, Jon Reise, Steve Wallace. Back rovv: George Davis, Alonzo Spikes, Dave Koch, DuVVayne Erwing, Craig Campbell, Maurice Hall, Todd Snuey, Lalvlont Carroll, Dan Clegg, David Elkins, i TOP LEFT: Tony Bohannan makes a final effort in the shot put. TOP RIGHT: Running his leg in the relay is Mike Bordes. sports 9? x, l Jkt , 5 ..-f,.aHS-ah, .. 4,-M ' - v " , ti' , Th' " 'aff Tia me V . 's ' "' maj i T Q 1 .gff W K . A QM ' " f f - I 98 sports This year's jv track team broke more records than other years. l-lugh Jackson had fine times in the 100 and the 220. Tim Nelson jumped 5'l0" to break the jv high jump record. Middle distance man, Gene Pay, brought in many victories in the 440 and the Long Jump. Mid-vvay through the season the mile relay team had a time of 32462. Many jv's moved up to the varsity before the year was over. TOP LEFT: Brian Carson jumps his way to victory against Serra. TOP RIGHT: Putting all effort in the shot put is Dennis Escamilla. PlGHT: Making their last lap in the mile are Joey Jimenez and Ftoy Fulton. s-nv' ii . W, t N. ,wt XWH im . X , . f ' -. A '41, ' ' ,l "7f'Qwf ...Z ,,,f - W' M" at . T .. .. . . f T .1 b ff' . to K an -f+-2,5 I , ,V-my " 9.41. I H . WW ' ff 4-Q, 2 lp aww - 'awww " . V we M"""1'4wzni ,nv XX Xn va,.,.W3w ' -nr' - T,,.,...... LEFT: Brian Brovvnbridge makes his way over the hurdles. W OPP Front row: Joey Jimenez, Clinion Franklin, Kevin Vidal, Dennis Escamilla, Bill Buggies, Bay Bailey, David Lookin. Back rovv: Bob Glaubig, Jess Ornelas, Robert Taylor, Paul Claude, Mark Chaney, Brian Brown- bridge, Jugh Jackson, Gene Bay. sports 99 1 00 sports The 1975 varsity track team had little depth, and a few individual stars. Jerry Flowers held the most points at the end of the season, placing consistently in the high and low hurdles, and the high jump. Flowers at mid-season held the school high jump record at 6'7S4". Held and but had a personal best of 6'10S4". Held and Heney had good marks in the pole vault and Butler placed continually in the long jump. Chuck DeSadier put the shot 54'3fB4" at mid-season with Joe lvlango close behind. The relay team faired well, and sprinters Walt Alexander and John Car- son brouth in points for the 100 and 220. Sophomore Ted Lund proved to be promising with a mid-season best of 2105.5 in the 880, Long Distance men Larry Taff, Norman Potter and Kerry Brown showed strength and determina- tion in the mile and two mile. Through united effort the team brought home many victories. f.. .- ra 3 tr 'W VZ X-. -.was 'y . . Y ' ,H in 2 Ngtll ' plll "'!'rnu- xl xXx' i ABOVE: Jerry Flowers glides over the hurdles for a victory in the 330 lows. 5, ,L V -M' f 'S Y TOP RIGHT: Brian Held clears 11'6" at the meet against Fontana. RIGHT: Wal- ter Alexander hands off to Dennis Hogan in the 440 relay. +,.wh.:...- , ...nn .X , A 1 .. ,,r - ,, a ' N .ka M' ,i l i Q i i A 3 Y fiw- Front row: Bob Grove, Norm Potter, Ted Lund, Steve Nelson, Kerry Brown, Jack Garcia, Mike Wolf, Bay Plaza, Mark Heney. Back row: Kevin Ivey, Dennis Hogan, Bill Clark, Walt Alexander, Joe Mango, Jerry Flowers, Chuck DeSadier, Dave Hood, Williams Smith, Dennis Crow. TOP: Jerry Flowers clears 6'0" in his one and only jump to win at the San G. meet. LEFT: Kerry Brown proves his strenght in the 2 Qellg + " W -Q R If ,Q dv ck "' L 1 ' w ear " My ff' 'Jfw-w1f",, " jf' 4 ,:,.-, 53 XV 9 , , V ,,,,, M ,Q ' p V , , 4M f S if ' 30 W , 4 fri V4 mn YH .. M 9 W 6""'ySMlQ7 . ,gf - . , . 4 - fl 421 R t 3 1- ,.,V V mile run against Pius X. 1,. ,L San G. S3 Pacilic, V 'Chalfey T' " ' F 4 Won Lost 5 , M4., sports 101 mi V , 'i 9 I wif'-v ...mul ns-we mv, ...wh L' T 1 5"?"i R- ,""' .. I 1'1" ' ' f Sw 1--7 ' " - ' Es .s -v- -' . vl-J "" . 4 ""..a.,- baggy' , . fel ,L - bin -A ' -V 1... . . ,NO . - .. , . U. M..- -. - . In Munn , ,I TOP LEFT: Dennis Hogan makes his move on the third leg during the44O relay. RIGHT: Chuck DeSadier moves with power to receive a win against Redlands. ABOVE: Making his winning leap at the Fontana meet is Mike Wolf. TOP RIGHT: Middle distance men Gonzalo Reyes and Ted Lund pass the half-way mark in the 880. 102 sports Fig I 'at Q. ., 4 6 j N , va its . 2 -Q V A Y is . if-Z., .5..f."i"5! ,,,-11"-" .V l - l l i I Q42 1 i , X V I J 14 ...:A......- . , 4 4 U ,4 "' dt 3 .5 T " x D 4 fs-7. L. T s f - 'H' - ,,. - 3:--r f tj ,,. 'P X 'E f .'. sf " l , , JL. ' "' lf' .im 0 'MQ' - af - 5 A. 3 U ' " iii-LQ' ' , 5' A . -fi ' ' ' r ' ' ' ., --.. : A 'J ' -"l f" . 5 " "eil-is A ,V ...ii -Y v,,. "Z', . 'T '."'- '1:- I if H "," Q -4, -- MMT? :Aff - - , , - U : -QW ,'.f ,, i ,gi a V . ww H V - , T saggy' , V , a f fm Saw W is' WE WM' 'f I W3 Wit Front row: Leonard Martinez, James Taylor, Steve Morales, Robin Townley, Keith Giulia, Chuck Chaple, Bill Hornsby, Jerry Sanchez, Andre Wilson, Jeff Oliphant, Back row: coach Mayne, Ralph Sanchez, Bob Hudson, Dave Rucker, Terry Lizotte, Tim Melia, Dennis Vasquez, Mike Nelee, Ron Lott, Pat Gomez, coach King. 1975 Varsity Baseball. "This year's varsity baseball team was the best in Eisenhovver's his- tory," according to Mr. Mayne. The team had a slow start this year due to injuries to James Taylor and Ralph Sanchez. Team captain Tim Mejia along with Bill Hornsby, Keith Gulla, Ralph San- chez and Steve Morales spearheaded the offen- sive attack. Vllith an excellent pitching staff consisting of Dave Rucker, Dennis Vasquez, who pitched a no hitter against San G., Jerry Sanchez and Bob Hud- son and their fine defen- sive play the Eagles put together another great season. ABOVE: Andre Wilson tags up after a long fly by Tim Melia. TOP LEFT: Dennis Vasquez fires a fastball in the no hitter he pitched against San G. sports 103 4 I --' Mfffa. 'F' ' ,,..,, ,mf . I Ji I , A f',,,,,, 4 - V- " ,Q , - ,,.,,,fy2vg V' . - ng, g, J A a ,.-,f,f X . , . J., 1. 43' 4' -,A ve 2 I ww .f . v J 1 .,,. .E . ,W W M ,A .Q -ff' 3, ff- " 7 ,. V- ',?'l4gAff.' ,fi A uv' ' .,- , nga" ,ff"' ' L nl " .Q 'V Il" IO4 sports Q, I . W,,,,4fyM. 4 ' 1 ' ' 1"7-e V .J 7 ' mn ' " f ,, W' W ., gl ' ' .. 1 m, Challeyh' won lost TOP LEFT: Keith Gulla slaps a single up the middle. TOP RIGHT: Tim Mejia powers the ball to deep center. ABOVE: James Taylor holds onto a hanging curve from Dave Rucker. I f ' 4, Q55 gy J 459 146 'T A Z,ywifg2MMI Z, Q, , r y rgez : W , 4, A w f':V'L,7rL,2Qw-g,:wt'f J' , , 1 M5 ,4 4 I WM, 2 'if 1, 14 Agfa, ga , 7 4 , ff 1 , 1 f T X4 A , ff if J , , 4, ,, f ,,f.,.Q.!,. 1-:lam 1 , Wi,-. '1'-15:51:15: '1'lf'f "gh" 'i:2'31g?3, ' 1 O X 1 6 2' 'f 5 1 u 1 , W . ' , ' ' ' 4 if f f' , v M, , 7, 5 2 ,a ' .L ,, ' , X' , 4 4 1,7 .1 f , 4 v , 4 f f 1' ' 1 W f y .lf 2 ? " . .. Q f 4 mi ' ' wi T I i , i i i 1 T N. 1 Wi ABOVE: Robin Townley gets a big jump on Pacific pitcher as he steals second base. TOP: First base coach Pat Gomez looks to coach Mayne for signals. BOTTOM: Dave Rucker rears back to fire a fast ball against Chaffey. sports 105 The JVs opened the season with tive quick wins. They lost their first two CBL games by only one run each. The team hustled and played with never ending desire to win. Ron Krueger, Billy Pare and Ron Macias all helped the team with clutch play and spirit. Big bats vvere, Randy Peterson, Ron Krueger, Joe lvlejia and Bobby Dusair. Top defensive players were Tom Rey, Ron Krueger, John Haney and Randy Guzik. ABOVE: Bobby Dusair slaps a single down the third base line. TOP: Randy Peterson delivers a pitch against Fon- tana. 1 O6 sports Front row: Billy Pare, John Haney, Tom Rey, Bobby Dusair, Randy Guzik, Nate Miller, Back row: Gregg Torrance, Ron Macias, Ron Krueger, Randy Peterson, D. L. Hopkins, Glenn Horton coach Costa, not pictured Joe Melia, 1975 JV baseball team. ' f l My v ,Q fi - .9-Q ,--'--fn v- 1- Q-.GNN ,Q,,.-1.9Bh-Qtr -.---, , ...ih-55,-QQ. is ,, b . ' - glmi-5 , t..:w.1-' "" --+:.f-.-'+'4..efare-41-.W r -t-. - V 'X r .Q -yew' M tqvm ,'Q.:..fS . . 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TOP FtIGHT:Fior1 Macias dives back to first base beating an attempted pickoff. BOTTOM: First baseman Tom Rey tags out San G. runner. A-ms H I ' sports 107 Xt' 5, Y FAX-iefifaat V .. t. With a very optimistic outlook at the beginning of the sea- son the sophomores opened with four straight vvins. The team played with a great amount of pride. Coach Hoak described his players as a very cohesive unit. Top play- ers vvere, Tom Tannery, Steve Aragon and Yogi Hopkins. Highlighting the season, Fton- nie Jones pitched a 6-O no hitter against Chaffey. . X 1 .. ,M l O8 sports 4 -214.-aww at As.. ,- ABOVE: Steve Aragon slides safely to second base. TOP RIGHT: James Meloon drives the ball into left field. ,524 , , , , Front row: Yogi Hopkins, Steve Aragon, Frank Sauceda, David Martinez, R, B. Peters, Dennis Pulsi- fer, Steve McGarry, Flonnie Jones, James Meloon, Back row: Carlos Perez, Brandon Lozano, Tom Oxendine, Tom Tannery, Fritz Peterson, Louie Jimmenez, John Fiorito, coach Hoak, -HB1 'i's,'P'.-fflmf -e M' ,i"'1,,u5a "-1.' f . -S ., , t, T 'gr' " f ' ' ?'f7fff f, , , ,, ' 1 1 ' V fr? , X T, im, 0 i " T , f if . , J '.,' " 1, .f-. gg,"'f+1Q,,i" A , V .H .V I I -,.,. N 41, ' T 4 Q, ,J .. l EHS oPP Riverside Poly 5 3 San Berdo 23 3 Fontana 9 3 Redlands 8 3 Fontana 3 4 San G. 17 5 Chattey Redlands Fontana San G. Chaffey Redlands Fontana San G. Chattey won lost TOP LEFT: Brandon Lozano warms up against San G, TOP RIGHT: Steve Aragon attempts to beat out a bunt. BOTTOM: Yogi Hopkins moves to third against Fontana on an infield nit. sports 109 46259 '1 ,cw 1. N, QQ, 4 2 iw W, Lorie Click the 1974-75 mascot used a different technique in raising spirit at pep assemblies and games. ln the past, our mascots have done acro- batics and yelled with the cheerleaders. Not in Lorie Click's case. She dwelt on the idea of being a comedian. She also yelled with the crowd instead of with the cheerleaders. The mas- cot had a variety of out- fits none of which copied our school's Eagle. lt was the combination of all of these qualities which made Lorie one of the most unique mascots we ever had. W .L ,r t -,I i , x X is TOP LEFT: Lorie Click demon- strates craziness by perching in a tree. LEFT: Mascot yells with the crowd at a home football game. ABOVE: Lorie shows natural abil- ity for humor, posing with a son- gleader. -.4 ,gf organizations 111 MWF mf ff-V , ..,,1,'. Q , 6 , 1? IY. " ,fic 'fue' F 4 1 g 5.5. 'x ,L 1 L , 5. they J' A . gil, ., 1: -' , ' "uv , , ,Q ! YH, 1, . 5 , 'ni I w a 1 N W 4 wha E52 D'-'im lf ,A :MQ ' 1 -. A' K ,f s r .nw Q nf, Q fi Q ' 'if 4 f HV. H!! f""' ,. mu Us , I 6 ff In v ...K 1 . WM. ...f 1 vm x Nix 45:41 f 'rf 9 1? Aw. t , " :,,. I.. V, Q ,M Q Q w .V ' W f'X'Il" N3 .W .,., . V E .. .., V, fs The junior varsity cheer- leaders expressed their enthusiasm by performing at pep assembliesthroughout the year and supporting the JV teams during their sea- sons. They started practicing " u v X! , ff M aff S before school began in Sep- tember. To raise funds the JV's had pizza sales and car vvashes. During homecoming they invited cheerleaders from past years to cheer on the team. They decorated the school with signs and posters to raise school spirit of the students and players. F: W. 7.51 dl' ' -e ' we . . ,,,a. F ,W . ,. ,T Si5"'??f5 nr +I -' ' ' v'-" .all"" :r A N, H M P - " V ,fi '-g ,,..7 ..A- "g-!'f.......fl'.4 114 organuzations if -,sux LEFT PAGE: TOP: Junior varsity cheerleaders show their spirit after a touchdown against Indio. BOTTOM LEFT: Cindy Lawyer leads chants during the .JV game. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mary Kauimen Cheadj and Geri Mejia Ceo-heady pose in one of their routines. RIGHT PAGE, ABOVE: FRONTg Geri Mejia. SECOND ROW: Patti Demerest, Mary Kaufman, Cindy Lawyer. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Chavez. BACK BOVV3 Lisa Nor- they. LEFT: Patti Demerest fin- ishes the cheer "who we going to yell for." organizations 115 Q ABOVE: FRONTg Wendy Knowles. SECOND ROW: Tammy Church, Patti Gnehm, Mira Wever, Nancy Casson, Doreen Ray. RIGHT: Wendy Knowles Qheadj leaving the court after cheering at pep assembly. RIGHT PAGE TOPg They cheer on the basketball team. BOTTOM: LEFTQ Tammy Church Cco- headj shows her spirit up in the air. RIGHT: The Bee's cheered at the pep assemblies, 116 organizations ibm The Bee cheerleaders started the year with summer school where they made up cheers for the sports, for the com- ing year. During this time Tammy Church broke her leg while learning a stand. They tried to vvork in more stands to give their performance vari- ety. They joined vvith the other groups in raising money to pay for their different outfits, organizations 117 The Songleaders started off the school year with a different and unique style which they brought home from sum- mer camp. Gradually, they changed back to their original style ot songleading. This pro- vided various types of interesting routines. They kept up tradition by per- forming "l3e True To Your School" at the homecoming assembly. This year the Songlead- ers concentrated more on getting the crowd interested, in order to bring out more spirit. rssnp..-..., organizations 119 BELOW. Dawn Gordon snows excitement over recovery of San Gorgonio fumble TOP RIGHT: After stepping up onto ladder, Peggy Stephan prepares to cneer. BOTTOM: Pam Meyer, Paula Tapp, and Sheri Stephan perform under strobe Itghts at a pep assembly. RIGHT PAGE: TOP LEFT: Head flag twrrler, Shen Stephan, performs ata pep assembly. TOP RIGHT: Flags do a routune to "Skin Trgnf' at one of our pep rallys. BOTTOM: FRONT ROVV: Pam Meyer, Snerl Stephan, nead. SECOND ROW: Paula Tapp, oo-nead. THIRD ROW: Shavvnie Slebert, alternate, FOURTH ROW: Andrea Latinatron, Dawn Gordon, BACK ROVV: Peggy Stephan, 120 organrzatrons finl- it ,, fl Ni ,.V, XM, .N , In A 1t,m.'f?5fm, By adding comedy, the Flags made their rou- tines more entertaining than any previous years. As a new addition to the group, each girl had a small ladder with her name printed on it. They used these at football games and assemblies to stand or sit on. At one ot the many pep assemblies they performed one especially outstanding routine which mim- mioked the 1960's era. organizations 121 77 ' T 122 organizatxons X.-4 N--.- LEFT PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Varsity cheerleaders and mascot cheer on the football team at a home game. TOP LEFT: band members faithfully play at basketball home- coming game, BOTTOM LEFT: Flags perform at halftime with band, BOTTOM RIGHT: Drill team performs In stands during time out at basketball game. RIGHT PAGE, TOP LEFT: Billie Jo McCrary returns to position to cheer, after a touchdown is scored. TOP RIGI-IT: Jodi Daven- port and Billie .Jo McCrary pres- ent Mr. Keegan with trophy won at songleader competition. MID- DLE: On homecoming night, pep squad awaits attempted field goal. BOTTOM: Varsity cheer- leaders clap for points scored at basketball game against Pacific high school. ff' . ' "Jia,-mc mv:-qfgp UWM!!- E bww U r 11"- N, ff MII' Q ,, ' Ae wx, Eff! J, ,,f ,w,:,', -A+ , , M, 9 -qt, ' in . .4 f' ,-T' ,4 ,, N ff ' , ,- 1. - ,f ASQ., .U ,A" 1'!!j'v Q , W ' ,f ,. x J,. 1 x 14- 4 " . , ,, .,: v.. 4 I . ul, z ? '3 1 Q ,, . 4' , , I f-sa 4 W. 1 f f f'i..v" ,w I 6 'ai 2g?f,1ffQl:, ..,. ' ,, 49+ wgL'uz'v:w ' ,- ,,fn,-A 4 xv u XY if ,Ivy v' .WM .I K, ,Z 1, ,J 4, 41 s 4 72' 444 3 f W! ,ff ,5 QI L Q. ' 2 2 3 L ll U'- , 0 J ' 0 01. . .nf -' .wwf 'f 1,-1, .f.L ff ' . , '24 'A 4 v lf, f fl 'V , 1 L! , ,V 3 ef mf' f ,e , A , ' A ,f 5 , f , nib! If-Ei 'Q e -Q' 213 .1 ff ,- 4 , 1 ul X4 r Q, -v- 3. 130, f 1 - n, ' 1 , f M, ABOVE: FRONT, Chris Nikon- chuk, Denise Watts, Doreen Flores. FIRST ROW: Renee Heft, Nora Hernandez, Michelle Moore, Debbie Whiteaker, Gay Bauman, Janice Zrelak, Debbie Clevenger, Luisa Estrada, Kristy Koenig, Cheryl Frazer, 'Doddie Northing- ton, Gail Inge, Pam Long, Ava Reed, Julie Webb. SECOND ROW: Toni Perkins, Jenenne Simpson, Debbie Campbell, Judy Howell, Kelly Johnson, Dolores Cuevas, Rachel Carranza, Paula Brisette, Renee Pilson, Freda Reed, Laurie lvans, THIRD ROW: Glynnis Mower, Carol Bauhnsen, Lynette Callier, Kerri Allen, Terri Palmer, Ann Dudzinski, Donna Rey. BACK: Darla Alexander, Rachelle Welcher. LEFT: Ava Reed, Pam Long, Laurie lvans, Darla Alexander perform at foot- ball homecoming assembly. organizations 125 The Wrestlerettes had something different planned for every match. They decorated pillow cases for the wres- tlers to sleep on before the first wrestling match. For the second, they made care packages which consisted ot cheese kisses and little packages ot honey, tied with a green ribbon. They organized another match that was called "Mother's Night" which honored the wrestlers' mothers, by giving them corsages and having them sit with the wrestlers. They also had a "Father's Night" toward the end of the season. Other activities ot the wrestlerettes included making ties for the wrestlers out ot their skirt material, and toilet papering the wrestlers houses. 126 organizations 1' K"- -gn-n-I fXx ff' "W I LEFT PAGE, TOP: Front row: Priscella McClure, Priscilla Ser- rano, Charlotte Goode, Cheryl Broberg. Middle row: Mary Burr, Debby Lyles, Sheri DuSair, Edith Schmidt, Patty George, Back row: Lori Bullard, Alice Martinez, Sherri McGuire, Pam Crane, Kathy Card. BOTTOM: Charlotte Goode and Alice Martinez excit- edly observe away match against Fontana, FtlGHT PAGE, TOP: Edith Schmidt, timing, works together with Sherri McGuire to signal the end of the period. MID- DLE LEFT: At the Fontana wres- tling tournament, Cheryl Broberg keeps score. MIDDLE RIGHT: EHS Wrestlerettes converse with Fontana scorekeeper. BOTTOM: Pam Crane and Priscilla Serrano keep track of points scored while cheering the team on to victory, 'N I lv ,A V I M I I , .ff if 2 I 2 ff I ' Y 5 1 W .Wm I Vi Z A 2' fi i 5 3 . J ,f rf ffw g If , , j .I r , , J - -V 1 ,27 if organizations 127 This year the Madrigals performed at many different con- certs, festivals, shows and personal appearances for local organizations. Each member was in some other group or auditioned personally for Mr. Hemstreet. There were sev- enteen members inthe group. 'E .mv 128 organizations ,I I 2' if 113 rf , ,f 4 'Mizz' 12 'I-rw , , - 4 ng M, 41728 5 k 'Jiffy-.52?,,1? 'L' -, W Q,-w7,:A'a4fv,fZI' :Yi ' ' MEAN 1 f, 'r , fi2?V3L42fzf'Y,2ta:zgw QLTWP? -f . ii, OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Madrigals had a new approach for a concert they sang around a Christmas tree with Santa Claus. TOP RIGHT: Becky Cabrera prac- ticing her singing ability in the classroom. BOTTOM: Students discuss and look over music piece. ABOVE: Front row: Tim Teachout, Paula Tapp, Wes Snow, Becky Cabrera, Danny Cano, Cindy Fiacco. Second row: Jay Edwards, Fiuth I-Iemstreet, Bo Theodore, Gayie Oillin. Back row: Don Beasoner, Debi Matthews, Dave Evans, Carol Glazier, Paul Nama, Teri Pteasoner. RIGHT: Madrigais practice for the spring concert. organizations 129 LEFT PAGE, TOPz The alto section ot A Cappella, Front row: Cheri Johnson, Danette Mendonca, Arlene Aragon, Leigh Fansler, Kathy Ricks, Middle row: Dorothy Dowling, Mary Ekaitis, Tara Loper, Sue Veyyeris, Cooky Gesek, Ruth l-lemstreet, Angie Moultrie. Back row: Chris Chavez, Edie Bradbury, Julie Baxter, Nancy Jozens, Gayle Ouillin, Teri Reasoner, Jackie Murphy, MlD- DLE: Bass section, Front row: Ron Long, Mike Westtall, Chris Rutledge, Jeff Polk. Middle row: Gary Langham, Tim Teachout, Don Reasoner, Robert Lipsey. Back row: Dennis Lucas, Dalton Gibson, Greg Roney, George Davis, Willis Whitlock. BELOW: Members of A Capella choir rehearse for upcoming concert. BOTTOM RIGHT: Robin Crow- ley watches carefully tor the direction ot Mr. l-lemstreet, RIGHT PAGE, TOP: Soprano section, Front row: Ava Reed, Michele Lorenz, lrene Ledesma, Karen Yarling, Paula Tapp. Middle row: Becky Canary, Katie Smith, Judy Wilson, Robin Crowley, Shawnie Siebert. Back row: Julia Green, Betsy Bacon, Carol Glazier, Sandi Brzovlc, Becky Cabrera. MIDDLE: Tenor section, Front row: Richard Ferrin, Robert Brown, Fred Blaser. Middle row: Paul Nama, Dan Cano. Back row: Jay Edwards, Eddie Petersen, Bo Theodore. BOTTOM: A cappella choir practices tor Christmas Concert. 130 organizations A Cappella a selected group of 62 students, performs four and eight part music. To get the year off to a good start they had a workshop at Running Springs. The retreat gave them a chance to get out of the classroom to an informal situation, so they could get to knovv each other and work on music for upcoming concerts, Dur- ing the school year they put on many concerts and festivals, such as: Christmas festival in Azusa, Christmas con- cert at Community Bap- tist church. Southern California Vocal Associa- tion festival in Fullerton, the traditional Disneyland concert, mid-winter and spring concerts. A'cap- pella also went on tour to San Diego, and attended a workshop at Cal State San Bernardino under the direction of Dr, Svvan. organizations 131 The women's concert choir performed three part music. There were thirty-live mem- bers selected from those auditioned by Mr. Hemstreet. This year the group was much stronger than in the past. The girls usually advance to A'CappelIa. They performed in the Christmas, mid-vvinter, spring, and Festi- vals Concerts. E 132 organizations 152 Q I l l l i 4 X ijt'-2 I li bl . , K 1 7 i W. i 1 r K , A1 J H A. 2 , i , rf ' e l l l l- l , l l .l OPPOSlTE PAGE, TOP: The group practices for the up com- ing festival. BOTTOM LEFT: Womens concert choir practicing for the Christmas concert at Flialto Community Baptist Church. BOTTOM RIGHT: Judy Howell examining her music before she begins to sing. ABOVE: Front row: Peggy Hem- street, Debi Neri, Nellita Burkett, Barbara McDowell, Debbie Mille- son, Judy Howell, Karrie Graham, Carolyn Tipton. Second row: Cindy Heckler, Michele Lofton, Lyn Dee Hamilton, Mercy Bena- vente, Lisa Daniel, Phyllis Palmer, Jody Behrman, Bonnie Dawson, Alice Tindall. Back row: Joyce Fleynolds, Paula Fraizer, Cherryl Anderson, Cindy Hinkleman, Glennys Mower, Crystal Tyus, Pat Garcia, Diane Anderson. LEFT: Mr. Hemstreet Singing with the girls while rehearsing forthe mid- winterconcert. organizations 133 ii Mixed Choir vvas open to any student interested in vocal music. They sang a range of classical to pop music. They didn't spend a lot of time per- forming. In training tor A'CappeIIa and Madri- gals, they dealt with voice production and vocal sounds. if ' lvluan. Q ri ,, WUKUWV ' ,' 1667 ' , f :ff 10554 f' ff, -.-' any , Z f .ffm XF-if 2, 'Ka t-1 LEFT PAGE, TOP: Those in mixed choir are, Front row: Kim Shiery, Nancy l-lempenius, Penny Mer- riam, Laura Witman. Middle row: Jeanette Patrick, Sharon Gentry, Douglas Lanier, Kelly Breen, Debby Allovvay, Back rovv: Cindy Jones, Debbie Mclntosh, Daniel Corona, James Vasquez, Georgia Stachura, Karen Carroll. BOT- TOM: Mr, Hemstreet directs the mixed choir as they practice. RIGHT PAGE, TOP LEFT: Sharon Gentry studies music to be sung. ABOVE: Georgia Stachura, Kelly Breen, and Karen Carroll discuss problems with notes in one of their songs, LEFT: Girls section works separately on their part during class time. organizations 135 ,-sw f -my , fu- +411 i , yi wie ' , " MA. , r . FY- Al,'Qt"" , it Nr ' ' A 5' ' -. w g, ' af - y. ii, . 2 ,. K. ,. 1. W 'i w. 1 , K t X , 'r 14 ,via 'Y , The band was dedicated and well disciplined. lt showed in that all of the members were willing to spend fifteen hours a week in band. At the end of the season they had put in almost 15,000 man hours preparing for their shows. They won sweepstakes at Arvin, so it was all worth it. Being a part ot the band was not just an easy You had to work for it. lt meant rehearsals a week before school started in August. lt meant having sweat dripping down your back in September. It meant noon practice sessions with your section or perhaps the whole band. lt meant tired, aching muscles at the end of practice. The band was a very proud organization. There were 135 peo- ple in band which included flags and shields, drill team, and the band proper. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Front row: Wendy Crowley, Julie Sutherland, Cindy Richards, Diane Richards, Donna Arnce, Dayna Mitchell, Sylvia Ornelas, Jackie Fowler, Margie Uribes, Cindy Ornelas. Second row: Nash Briones, Jerry Buza, Rod Carlson, Joe Florez, Dale Worrell, LaMont Carroll, Bruce Curry, Dan Yost, Bill Wiyninger, Back left file: Donna Pierce, Phyllis Palmer, Rob Love, Eddie Peterson, Rick Barker, George Tucker, David Jaramillo, Mark Lange, Wendell Brenner, Don Jaramillo, Tim Hamilton, Debie Wagner, Todd Robinson, Joyce Reynolds, Mark Brissette, Tim Phelps. Front left tile: Rosalie Mendoza, Glen Knoles, Linda Hansen, Monique Bowman, Jackie Anderson, Leigh Fansler, Jeff Polk, Mike Alvarez, John Burnash, Stephenye Noyles, Nancy Sansom, Marc Brunton, Bill Robertson, Steve Desrochers, James Dean. Back right file: Norma Morman, Joni Sheppard, Shelia McClullan, Cathy Phelan, Ed Multord, LaRosa Beamon, Nancy Shepard, Tim Lardy, Dave lnlow, Renita Crocker, Bob Glaubig, John McDowell, Jerry Davis, Diane Sutherland, Greg Dettinger, Dan Tratton. Front right file: Denise Bicondova, Kathy Heath, Robin Huyck, Kathy Cox, Cheryl Henderson, Kim McGee, Mitchelle Rudolph, Bob Lancaster, Richard Ingram, Mark Walker, Rueben Barraza, John Carter. Center: Judy Wilson, Dale Donnelly, Marty Nikonchuk, Tammy Nelson, LEFT: The band presents their trophy, after win- ning sweepstakes at Arvin, to their school. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: The band performing an intricate routine at the homecoming halftime. K '- organizations 137 x,,,,t ,M , 138 organizations -:H LEFT PAGE, TOP: Drum majoreftes areg Judy VVilson, and Tammi Nelson, BOTTOM LEFT: l-lags, along with band, perform at halftime at lke's home game against Pacific, BOTTOM RIGHT: Drum Major Dale Donnelly leads band off the field after performance, RIGHT PAGE, TOP: Drum majors are: Marty Nikon- chuk, and Dale Donnelly. ABOVE: Shields march into position to spell out Eisenhower, at one of our home football games at lhe Orange Show stadium. organizations 139 This year different than the past years stage band played more swing and rock music They had twenty-four mem- bers, Stage band was a com- muhity service pahd, they played at such places as the Miss Rialto pageht and at pop concerts. 140 organizations 4?15 -1.7: A Q' J "'f ' . 3 ,xv X 1 23,2 I u'i5"Agu J E I- r, gl OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mike Baylus and Rich lngram play their solo at rehearsal. BOTTOM: Mr. Roberson discusses the different music parts before the attempt to play it. ABOVE: Front row: Steve Desrocher, LaRosa Beamon, David lnlow, Neil Fox, John Oar- ter, John Burnach, Stephanie Noyles, Rich Ingram, Mark Bris- sette, Mike Baylus. Back row: David Jaramillo, George Tucker, Mike Walker, Jim McGee, David Robinson, Don Jaramillo, Marty Nickonchuck. LEFT: The group is practicing the songs for the Miss Rialto pageant. organizations 141 LEFT PAGE, TOP: The flute section: Front rovv: Leigh Fansler, Stephenye Noyles, Glenn Knowles, Kim McGee, Joni Sheppard. Back rovv: Kathy Cox, Cheryl Henderson, John McDowell, Kathy Heath, Robin Huyck, Rhonda Lynch. MlDDLE: The percussions sec- tion, Front rovv: Jerry Buza, Joe Flores, Nash Briones. Back rovv: Dale Worrell, Bill Wiyninger, Bruce Curry, Lamont Carroll. Not shovvn: Rod Carlson, Dan Yost. BOTTOM: The saxophone and french horn section: Front rovv: LaRosa Beamon, Jerry Davis, Nancy Shepard, Renita Crocker, Tim Lardy. Back row: John Burnach, Mike Alvarez, James Dean, John Carter, Bill Robertson, Marc Brunton, Marty Nikonchuk. Not shovvn: Robert Lipsey, Dave lnlovv, RIGHT PAGE, TOP: The clarinet section: Front rovv: Dale Donnelly, Michelle Rudolf, Rob Love, Rosalie Mendoza, Linda Hansen, Jackie Anderson. Back rovv: Ed Mullord, Denise Bicondova, Moni- que Bowman, Eddie Peterson, Bob Lancaster, Jett Polk, Chris Bishop, Wil- lis Whitlock. Not shown: Cathi Phelan, Bob Glaubig, Nancy Sansom. MIDDLE LEFT: The trombone and baritone sec- tion, Front rovv: Greg Dettinger, Rich Ingram, Mark Walker, Steve Perkins. Back rovv: Dan Trafton, Mark Brissette, Todd Robinson, Scott Zygutus, Steve Desrochers. Not shovvn: Tim Hamilton. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mr, Roberson relaxes and listens to music after a hard days work. BOTTOM: The trumpet section, Front rovv: Don Jaramillo, Dave Jaram- illo, Dave Robinson. Back row: George Tucker, Rueben Barraza, Mark Lange. Not shovvn: Wendell Brenner, Rick Barker. EHS tgus EHS EHS EHS QH-S' X. L EHS 2 X The 70 members ot the concert band were cho- sen through auditions by the band director Mr. Roberson. They per- formed at the spring con- cert in May, in addition to a combined oonoert with junior high school bands in March, and e park concert. At Fontana, March 8, and University ot Redlands, March 20, they competed tor rat- ings ih festivals. organizations 143 Eagles Eye published their newspaper bi-weekly. Through objective articles they informed students of what was happening on the campus. Ten top journalists from Eisenhower were sent to Valley College, then on to the Southern California competi- tion to test their skills against other schools. The eagles eye was also used by college pro- fessors as an example of fine journalism. 4" 144 organizations 'XL' M.. "'fi,. rms:-ln-.1 A P915 'N Clwu WA f uf f gf. M 'hw-ef . all -mg dfzj., 4, 4. 111 . - ' 1' asf-emit I ' Y- ..- H - ' 41' . .. ...,,..,..,,.,,,,.,,,,...,.,..,w,. .,Z,,.,,,,.JJ25i1. ,..4f,,.w'.. -UM-WMM'-"" """ 4. , , .:: . , ,,,., . A B M FFTIH-Ti! I OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Denise Becondova and Lori Beach finish with last minute touches. BOTTOM LEFT: Laurie Munson's working dili- gently for her write up. BOTTOM RIGHT: With her two years of experi- ence Mandi Ferguson editor of the Eagles'Eye, ABOVE: Newspaper staff: Front row: Mike Lyons, Nancy Jozens, Don Richardson, Mandi Ferguson, Andrea Latanation, Jeff Cook. Back row: Wayne Simoneaux, Bon Talbott, Lori Beach, Corri Windsor, Bill Greeley, Lau- rie Munson, Laurie Wheaton, Mrs. Miller, Denise Bicondova. LEFT: Jeff Cook smiles with satisfaction as he finishes newspaper layout. . .,.,..4d organizations 145 The new annual staff, consisting of 17 members, tinished last year's supplement during summer school. They were also taught the fundamentals ot Working on a yearbook. By the decisions and hard work ot the editor, Hilary Blair, a nevv and unique cover vvas decided upon. ln order to allow equal coverage to all organizations and sports, the opening section was shortened. The book, like other things, was effected by the economy and increase in prices, The eight pages originally intended for the index were given to the ads section in order to bring in more money to finance the book. 146 organizations LEFT PAGE, TOP: The 1975 Aquila staftg Front row: Hilary Blair, editor: Kathy Muckentuss, photographer: Dennis Cox, pho- tographer: Mona Vllilkin, photog- rapher, Sylvia Sanchez, classes, Cyndi Stark, clubs: Judy Strout, organizations, Back row: Doug Hughbanks, photographer: Pam Long, organizations: Carole Mra- zik, photographer: Aryea Gottlieb, sports, Ruth Hemstreet, classes: Danette Mendonca, activities: Julie Baxter, sports: Kathy Olsen, ads: Holly Blair, faculty: Mary Kautman, ads. BOTTOM LEFT: Julie Baxter draws up layouts for the sports section. BOTTOM RIGHT: Judy Strout prepares copy to be proofread by Mr. Muckenfuss, the annual advisor, RIGHT PAGE, TOP LEFT: Crop- ping a picture ot a Wrestling match, is Aryea Gottlieb. TOP RIGHT: Facing the usual frustra- tions ot a deadline, Ruth Hem- street works late hours on classes section. LEFT: Hilary Blair assists Holly Blair in counting caption. BOTTOM: Greg Martinez and Kathy Olsen put class mug shots in order. House of Rep's 75' had it's problems. In fact the prob- lems and conflicts were the sole reason that most of the bodies' plans and activities fell through. l-lovvever, from problems, come progress and solutions. The members of the house can be proud of the fact that from the chaos they inherited a strong constitu- tional framevvork. lt was left to make next years house an important, active, and vital part of Eisenhovver's campus. Another area of concern that caused untold problems for the representatives vvas the issue of "campus beautifica- tion." But instead of dropping the issues, members made progress tovvard clean-up projects and obtained more trees for the quad. To high- light the year, members decided to undertake a major money making project that would provide funds for-stu- dent desired improvements on campus. The project turned to be Eisenhovver's first bike-a-thon. 148 organizations I ,h1..L-,M i SB OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Diane Jolitf and Valerie Tanguay are pondering over a topic at house of rep meeting. BOTTOM: Members listen and discuss at the meetings. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: Dave Robinson flashes a smile before the meeting. BELOW: Thea White gives her point of view during the meeting. BOTTOM: Front: Bart Bookhamer, Tim Carnahan, Debi Neri, Joe Bridge, Wendy Uhl, Ron Talbott, Kathy Pate, Margaret Metz. Middle rovv: Danette Miranda, Pam McCreary, Mike Klein, Larry Tannery, Tim Thornburg, Thea White, Terry McDowell, Dee Donnelly, Becky Tallman, Joni Sheppard, Dave Robinson, Back row: Karen Garretson, Angie Dougette, Diane Sutherland, Julia Sutherland, Danya Mitchell, Valerie Tanguay, Diane Jolitf, Romeo Lugo. 5 i I f . N.. ,ri .,,, rt 'f f f organizations 149 ABOVE: Front row: Danette Mendonca - sr. class social chairman, Judy Strout - annual rep., Susan Bowman - sr, class sec., Wendy Uhl - sr. class v. pres., Helen Kasperick - soph. class social chairman, Peggy Watts - soph. class sec., Vicki Keegan - jr. class social chairman, Valerie Watts - histo- rian, Middle row: Edith Schmidt - afs, Marsha Ruff - Jr. class sec., Laurie Gnehm - dir. pep and assemblies, Jodie Barnes - soph. class v. pres., Kathy Ouillin - asb asst. sec., Bill Greeley - dir. fine arts, Pam Holloway - jr. class treasurer, Laurie Hiatt - asb sec., Jan Lambert - speaker pro- tem, Laura Gunther - sr. class pres. Back row: Dave Robinson - speaker of the house, Chuck Mineo - dir. of pub- licity, Cheryl Broberg - sr, class trea- surer, Randy Ell - sec. of state, David Rohrer - asb pres., Russ Ingram - dir. of industrial arts, Luke Howad - jr. class pres., Mandi Ferguson - news- paper rep., Dave Ellis - sbv pres., Mr. Sam Fellows - Advisor. RlGHT: Chris Chaves votes yes during a meeting while Kim Froke contemplates the issue. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Laurie Hiatt takes notes while David Rohrer lis- tens intently to committee reports. BOT- TOM LEFT: Dave Rohrer ponders ques- tion posed by Randy Ell. BOTTOM RIGHT: Judy Strout, Randy Ell, Russ Ingram look over the agenda before the meeting 150 organizations is... iw T 5 .,,.-- M, .LDL +P' Qs., Student Council con- sisted ot representatives ot all three classes, the main organizations, and the ASB officers. The student council members attended summer school to work out the budget for the coming year. At that time they also held a retreat in the San Bernar- dino mountains to get acquainted. Their two major activities were the car rally and Spring lvlad- ness. The members also flew to Sacramento to talk to a few senators and assemblymen about the district problems in Rialto. organizations 151 Sacramento vvas the destination ot student council on January 28. Their stay at the capitol vvas highlited by visits with Senator Stull and Senator Ayala. The time was spent discussing with the Senators, physical education being a required course, and the financial situation ot the Rialto school district. After lunch, the group toured the historical Sutters Fort and the governors mansion. A Chinese din- ner vvas enjoyed at a smorgesborg en route to the Sacra- mento airport. It proved to be educational and fun tor all those involved. S tuttfiuzclt AK Hn F .if",, ff? 1 'lg ,SX Y- 'N Y'-S'-4 5' Huggy 4 TOP RIGHT: Dave Robinson, Mandi Ferguson and Kim Froke depart from plane in Sacramento to begin the days activities. ABOVE: Chris Chavez, Chuck Mineo, Bill Greeley and Scott Carnahan converse over lunch. RIGHT: Judy Strout feeds pigeons at Sutters Fort. 152 organizations fl "Wiki FAR LEFT: Senator Stull addresses students in the committee room. LEFT: Senator Ayala explains senate procedures, BOTTOM: Bill Greeley, Randy Ell, Laurie Gnenm, and Dan- ette Mendonca view the San Bernar- dino county display in the hall ofthe capitol building. Ol'Q6lllZ8llOT1S 153 if 5 ' g4f , v V '51 M, . 7 ' N 4 N. inf X .K X '- LEFT1 Mr, Violette brings out an inter esting point about traffic safety BELOW: Miss Spears gets in the hallovv een spirit. egg- 156 faculty TOP: Mr. Don Brassfield - US history, California history and government, Mr. Robert Costa - 4 societies, study hall, traffic safety, Mr. Sam Fellows - mar- riage and family, student government, Mrs. Elayne Davison - crafts. BOT- TOM: Mr. Paul Muckenfuss - color and design, drawing, painting, arts and crafts, annual, commercial illustration, Mr. Willard Both - ceramics, Mrs. Genevieve Wexler - Arts and crafts, color and design, painting, drawing, Mrs. Mary Williamson - color and design, arts and crafts, drawing, ceram- ics. This year the art department participated in various activi- ties such as the annual scho- lastic arts show at l-larris' Co. in Ftiverside and a fine arts week exhibit in cooperation with the homemaking, indus- trial arts, music, and PE departments held in May. Art works were sent to a display for the opening of the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands. The commercial art class took a field trip to the Art Center school ot design in Los Angeles. A new gas kiln was installed to increase the number of projects that could be fired and to give them a different finish. New jewelry classes made it possible for students to design and cast various pieces to wear. RIGHT: Mrs. Williamson looks on as Dawn DeVault demonstrates skills. BELOW: Mrs. Greeley and Jerry l-llebo find English fun. its L K .. . 1 af H, . ., x -gr-0' 1. ..-W .. Q -:Q J ,Fx ,., , ri e , 1 i 6 nf' 3 Wi its it T ., , A' ' l' If ,, ... A , , ., 1 it k ,gf VT .5 , new ll ' . lr, 'W 1. :A J G ,.i , ,". f , 3 f-ff". 'VI' ' ' " ' ' 3 , A " .,' l ., .',' - W ' ' I l Ja. .. .Lak ,fl , 1 TOP: Mr. Charles Grande - you and the law, humanities, European history, Mr. Jim Grisham - US history, Mr, Dean Kelley - world geography, com- munity lab, you and the law, Mr. Sam Kirk - you and your money, econom- ics, US history. MIDDLE: Mr. Randall McKay - black history, US history, 4 societies, Mr. Harry Meader - US his- tory, problems of democracy, you and the law, sports pe, Mr, John Montgom- ery - 4 societies, world geography, Mr. Jett Perkins - problems of democ- racy, 4 societies. BOTTOM: Mr. Roger Reupert - US history, Mr. Leo Sauls- bury - 4 societies, teacher assistant, cross age, Mr. Willie Schmidt- US his- tory, sociology, Mr. Doug Smith - psy- chology. New teachers in the social studies department this year were Mr. John Montgomery and Mr. Robert Costa, who taught traffic safety as well. They were certainly a credit to this department. Student council this year got a taste of what goes on in higher coun- cils. They took a field trip to Sacramento to watch the state senate in action. LEFT: Mr. Grisham believes that it is helpful to know your geography when studying US history. faculty 157 RIGHT: Santiago Rodriguez and Mark Chaney await help from Mr. Hanna. The business department tried this past year to individu- alize their programs to meet the needs of each student. To increase the variety of offered courses, a one-semester course in office machines was added last year. A new business teacher was Miss Terrye-Ellyne Blanke, who taught introduction to busi- ness and advanced typing, and also girls' PE. TOPQ Mrs. Pauline Brigham - math I, geometry, algebra Zftrigonometry, Mrs, Elaine Camp - math review, SST math, algebra, Mr. Leonard Collton - office machines, typing, office productions, Mrs, Evelyn Cone - accounting, type ing MIDDLE: Mr. Sam Edwards - introductory algebra, math 1, algebra. Mr. Jon l-lanna -introductory algebra, geometry, algebra Zftrigonometry, Mr. Bill Hayes - geometry, algebra 2ftn- gonometry, Mr. Dean l-lousel - intro- ductory algebra. BOTTOM: Mrs. Marcie Klettenberg - typing, recordkeeping, notehand, Mrs, Wanda Mahoney - algebra Zftrigonometry, trigonometry! mathg calculus, computer math, Mr. James Mitchell - typing, Mrs. Mane Smallwood - shorthand, receptionist training, typing. NOT PICTURED: Miss Terrye-Ellyne Blanke - typing, intro- duction to business, girls' PE, Mr. Bill McAllister - SST math, algebra, boys' PE. Fifa 11, ,,. -, i14tg.iggfi",i A L M , , , if 'W fl f rr if Z' ff! ' Y fry, 4 ' fir' f wi , ,W , 5 QQ.: f "' Lt 'W rf I 'X I Y 5 'W "'ti5,l rf f 'fig' 2,1 ' wr xt wh mf. .. z 2 , i M ' . f x tl V 'le' 3 xxkir-3,f X' fl I ski! if N .fs Mig' rr vdf Klan 'J 4..,.f.v'v TOP: Mr. Floyd Cannon - physics, electronics, Mr. George Fleming - biology, Mrs, Brenda l-lolen - medical careers, Mr. Ftoger Massaro - chemis- try. BOTTOM: Mr. Gordon Nicholson - biology, lab biology, Mr. Ron Froehler - biology, life science, sports PE, Mr. Carl Sitzman - biology, lite science, Mrs. Karen Wardell - medical careers. Even though medical careers had only tvvo teach- ers, it was a very active department. Students vvere given cardio pulmonary resuscitation training, and those who successfully com- pleted the training were granted a certificate from the Heart Association. There vvas a standard first aid course ottered both semesters. A classroom at St. Bernadines hospital made possible the involvement in hospital inser- vice programs and increased the availability ot speakers. Field trips vvere taken to vari- ous places such as Patton hospital, and the Easter Seals Society. Throughout the school year, the science department had speakers come from various places to speak to science classes. A chemist from the APOD was on -campus vvith a slide-discussion program about air pollution. A repre- sentative from the Linde cor- poration came tor a lovv temp- erature-cryogenic demon- stration and discussion. As for field trips, some of the sci- ence classes vvent to the Los Angeles Science-lndustry Museum, and lab biology classes took several trips into the Chaparral areas to make an extensive study ot plants. ABOVE: Mrs. Wardell uses the board to give a lecture about blood to her medi- cal students. LEFT: Mr, Cannon watches over as Larry Herkelrath and Rob Love construct and test an elec- tronic circuit. ff, .,,,f,Vf,4,,,,.af. rf 'VI' gg? I I M0 qi ,yy ' ig, ' f MW "People are vvithout doubt the most important part of the formula that makes a school district effective. Students, teachers, classified employ- ees, and administrators all have responsible roles to fill in insuring that Rialto schools provide a meaningful, educa- tional program. No person has a more important function than the superintendent. The board of education is proud to have played its very impor- tant role by the selection of Mr. Robert Williams for that position. His leadership has already brought about many positive changes throughout the school district of Rialto." A. Longhetti TOP. The 1974-75 Rialto School board - Mr, Ernest F. Garcia, Mrs. Doreen Baylus, Mr, Richard R. Adams, Mr. Anthony Longhetti, Mr, Alan F. Battag- lia. ABOVE: Mrs. Maggie Busch - child care, nursery school, Mrs. Nina Clark - foods, Mrs. Judy Curtis - interior decorating workshop, Mr. Robert Hem- street - a'cappella choir, vvomen's concert choir, ballad and folk singing, madrigals, mixed choir, Mrs. Judy Mal- ody - foods, Mrs. Frankie Thorsted - interior decorating, needlework, Miss Nancy Uhl - sevv knit, clothing, tailor- ing, Mrs. Marge Weatherby - marriage and thefarnily, clothing, nursery school, needlework, interior decorating work- shop, vveight control. Not Pictured: Mr. Larry Roberson - instrumental music RIGHT. Mrs. Weatherby assists student in marriage and the family class. 160 lacultv ig, El 1 1 Q P -,r 7 1 iff, TOP1lv1r. Ernest Cann - drafting, wood, Mr. Bill Crum - traffic safety, Mr. Robert Gieniec -traffic safety, lvlr. Sid Giloreath - welding. MIDDLE: lvlr. Roland Hoeppnewood, carpentry, Mr. Paul Jacobson - printing, Mr. John Knippel - traffic safety, Mr. Tod O'Do- herty - traffic safety. BOTTOM: Mr. lvlilt Smaha - traffic safety, Mr. Clar- ence Vanaken - small engines, Mr. Harry Violette -traffic safety, remedial PE, MP. Willie Wilkin - traffic safety. Not Pictured: Mr. Armand Messer - study hall, welding, drafting, metals, Mr. Alan Parker- metals. ln traffic safety there was an integrated curriculum which involved classroom, simula- tor, and behind-the-wheel in one semester. l3ehind-the- wheel was graded separately from classroom, and students got either pass or fail for behind-the-wheel. This grade didn't affect the academic grade in the classroom. The entire semester course was worth five units. Besides the new name "traffic safety," there was also a new 17 place simulator to replace the 12 place unit. The six dual-con- trol car fleet consisted of four matadors, one chevrolet sta- tion wagon, and one chevro- let with a stick shift. LEFT: Scott Carnahan receives instruc- tions from Mr. Parker on how to cut metal with a special machine. 162 faculty Front row, Margaret Wothart, Fttta Race, Bernuce Haynes, Bea Thome, Lyoua Curnett. Back rovv: Dons Moffatt, Alma Archambault, Norene TaY' Ior, Lrtlran Thomas, Nancy Barvaus, Mary Kray, Elmura Fortnush, Lou Oldham. The 1974-75 cafeteria workers, ff y at if 2 age Q 1 wx , , , V- 2 , it 5' 2' 4' f 3 4 4 af Q 4 A f egg, ' rlyi ' 7 7 "': '-f".r 1 ' . ..,r f ,...,, 7' 7 A ra 4 I ,K r x ,-Q, Effld' ' V' xv Z" 1 1 4 j74,mfv"" , V, +1 t Akgigi- Vx, 'Nl' v' The 1974-75 custootans, Front row Bert Mrscho, Marty Thome, John Daiplaz, Joe Jones. Back row: Geor Hrram Cheeks, Hank Berry, Kohter, Joe Hull, Loryn Watkins ROW l: Mrs. Audrey Carruthers - sec- retary, Mrs. ldabelle Conroy - secre- tary, Mr. Harry Craig - special educa- tion social studies, crafts, vvork experi- ence, Mr. James Duncan - learning disabilities. ROW 2: Mrs. Dorothy Elder- kin - nurse, Mrs, Pat Fox - librarian, Mrs. Peggy Freeman - secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Fromn - secretary. ROW 3: Mrs. Marilyn l-lalbrook - secretary, Mrs. Shirley Harbeson - secretary, Mrs. Florence Haslam - secretary, Mrs. Marjorie Krist - librarian. ROW 4: Mrs. Dorethy Lantis - secretary, Mrs, Helen Lavin - secretary, Mrs. Edie Lindsay- secretary, Mrs. Sharon Long - secretary. FROVV 5: Mr. Leon McGarrah - special education english and math, work experience, Mrs. Marjo- rie Fiavvlinson - secretary, Miss Karol Smith - libraryfmedia center, Mrs. Avonellle Tierney - libraryfaudio vis- ual. A government grant issued in 1971 made the library of Eisenhower high school a model high school library. Our library had non-print materials as well as books. There vvas a vvide variety of tapes, records, film strips, slides, and art prints. Not all of the library materials could be checked out, but the majority of them could. The library provided students vvith a vving for quiet independent study, and also a typing room for typing school assign- ments. The library was always open during all school hours and a fevv hours atter each school day. LEFT: Mr. Duncan points out the mean- ing of a word to .Jerome l-larris. faculty 163 The racial problems that took place at Eisenhower forced the principal, together with the assistant principals, fac- ulty members, and district administrators to enforce a new disciplinary policy. Dur- ing this time, Albert J. Keegan resigned from the duties of principal and took on another administrative job. Lynn Pletcher served as interim principal until Mr. Jan Button was appointed principal in Feb. Mr. Pletcher became an administrative assistant, and he, together with Mr. Button and the rest of the educa- tional staff worked to make Eisenhower high a more worthwhile school. The counselors decided to try something they had never done in past years. The plan was to call in seniors individu- ally to tell them how many credits they had and how many they still needed in order to graduate. They would also give seniors nec- essary information about col- leges. Counselors went to the junior highs to give ninth graders the necessary inform- ation on pre-registration and high school. TOP: Mr. Button, newly appointed prin- cipal, converses with Mrs. Conroy, his secretary. TOP BOW: Mr. Bert Cassan - counselor, Mr. Robert Cisneros - counselor, US history, chicano studies, Mrs. Helen Dollahan - assistant princi- pal Ccurriculumfinstructionj, Mr. John Dowd - counselor. MlDDLE: Mrs. Mary Hodson - attendance counselor, Mr. Albert J. Keegan - principal, Mr. Harold Kinser - assistant principal Cpupil personnel servicesj, Mrs. Joann Kuiper -counselor. BOTTOM: Mr. John Myerchin - counselor, Mr. Lynn Fletcher - reading, childrens litera- ture, survival, interim principal, adminis- trative assistant, Mr. Walter Wohlers - assistant principal Cadministrative ser- vicesj, Mr, Charles Zupanic counselor. Not pictured: Mrs. Peralee Knight - counselor, speech, reading. 164 faculty O00 32.9 DQ! LQ!! O00 Eff' 'fw MVQ 7 ' L "' J v ,I f, 5, 3 i -. j A T T , 5 r J Y , ' w'T'6"T7- f wig:4'f ' . 5 f me-...... ' M2 -3 ff . .- A ' ffslffi j if iv it f f ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Tannery, policeman! counselor, demonstrates how finger prints are made. ABOVE MIDDLE: Mr. Snookel, crisis counselor, listens intently to a student during a group ses- sion. ABOVE: Mr. Cook, sports trainer, tapes the foot of a player to reduce the chance of ankle injury. TOP FtOVV: Mrs. Lynn Cox - PE, Mr. Richard Johnson - PE, sports, Mr. Richard King - PE, recreation. MIDDLE: Mrs, Barbara Kremer - PE, Mr. Jeffery Kremer - PE, sports, Mrs. Doris McCafferty - PE, sports, Mrs. Charlotte Probst - PE, drill team. BOTTOM: Mr. Don Selnturier - PE, Miss Fran Spears - PE. Not pic- tured: Mr. Mike Malody - life science, PE, sports, Mr. Mike Mayne - PE, sports, A standard grading system was formed for all PE classes by combining those of the girl's and boy's PE depart- ments. During the first semester ot the school year, there was planning to offer PE as all co-ed, and during the second semester, all junior and senior PE classes were oo-ed. A jazz dance class and more leisure time activities were added to PE curriculum. faculty 165 FllGl-lT: Mrs. Grace Calderon - Span- ish, Miss Emma Gilmetti - French, Spanish, Mrs. Siv Ljungvve - German, math 1, Miss Cardiad Mejusto - Span- ish. In the foreign language department each language had many activities ot its own. Spanish club had its Christ- mas trip to Las Posadas, and visited Olvera street. French club ate at Robaire's restau- rant in Los Angeles, and pre- sented 'lCinderella" by Thompson Marionnettes. German club vvent to Alpine Village, and all of the foreign language clubs sponsored the annual Mardi Gras. There was planning of nevv one- sernester courses for next year, Spanish for travelers, bookless German, and Italian it enough students are inter- ested. BELOW: Mrs. Castro, security officer, directs traffic in the student parking lot before school. BELOW RIGHT: Mr. O'Brien, security officer, checks James Calkins' ID. RIGHT: Students listen in as Mr. Anderson, security officer, talks on his radio. 1.--1' init-nuananuuaa I -T.. Irvs '. 'r' fd N .L N- .I ...::::::::::1:-273 'Ts ' N N PSA-1 '. 35533255255 ' ' ' iii . fife' A2212-ffff:-' l ' -S if f 166 faculty hh.. TOP ROW: Mr. Richard Bushong - English lOA and lOR, Mrs. Dorothy Bussone - English 10A and lOR, American Literature, Mr. David Camar- igg - work experience, SECOND ROW: Mr. David Daniels- English 10A and lOR, composition, modern poetry, Mrs. Paula Ervin - legend, drama, M.. George Foster - English l0A, 1OB, 1OR, and AXP, junior honors, Mr. Dwight Giger - English 10B and lOR, vocational English, Bible as literature. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Eva Lenard - Eng- lish lOA, college review, mythology, Latin, Mr. Frank Mason - English 1OA, TOB, and 1OR, sports in literature, Mrs, Mary McDaniel- English tOB and 1OBC, mystery writing, Mrs. Joyce Miller - Eagle's Eye, individual read- ing, public relations, journalism. BOT- TOM ROW: Mrs. Anna Marie Rodriguez - English tOA, 1OAC, and 1OR, women in literature, Mrs. Bonnie Rucker - English 1OAS and AXP, Brit- ish authors, Shakespeare, Mr. Don Stark- vocational education, Mrs. Joann Wyckoff - English 10B and lOR, youth culture. Not pictured: Mrs. Nancy Greeley - American heritage, science fiction, reading, Mrs. Vassie Kyritsis - English 1OB, mythology, readfwrite. There were two new teachers added to the English depart- ment this past year, Mr. David Daniels, and Mrs. Paralee Knight, who was also a part time counselor. Some ot the English classes went to the Los Angeles music center to see MacBeth, which was the first play that some of the drama students had ever seen. Students were given the opportunity to compete in various drama competitions as well as speech competi- tions. There were many new English courses this past year such as myths of love, women in literature, and modern poetry. FAR LEFT: Mrs, Rorabaugh, matron, takes time oft from her duties to pose for a picture. LEFT: Mr. Bargmann, audio visual instructor, sorts and arranges films, faculty 167 AFS Camerican field servicej is a worldwide organization which works to promote understanding and peace through an interchange of liv- ing and learning experiences. Over the summer of '74 Laura Gunther, senior, lived in Sri Lanka CCeylonJ as an afs stu- dent. Sri Lanka is a small island below India. Laura came to love and respect the villagers ot Ceylon. She recalls that there was always that ready smile and friendly love generated by all. Although she was unable to speak the language of Sin- hala, there was little trouble communicating for "the lan- guage ot love is universal." While in Ceylon, Laura partic- ipated in various activities such as Sinhalese weddings, a funeral of a village man killed by a cobra, and Bud- dhist ceremonies. She also learned the importance of the horoscope in the lives of the Sinhalese people. ABOVE Laura is examining the original rice paddy, before processing. RIGHT. Typical picture ofthe Sinhalese children of Laura's village in Ceylon. Laura is dressed in the sari, native dress of the Country 168 faculty "AFS is brotherhood. We are here for just one year to make our message good." During the school year, Eisenhovver had the privilege of hav- ing the attendance of an afs student from Coal- cliff, Australia. Her name vvas Edith Schmidt. She found the people she met here in the US to be very friendly. She vvas pleased that the Americans she had come in contact vvith had shovvn a great inter- est in Australia and her afs experience. EHS was much larger than her school in Australia, which had approximately 900 students. She said that bands, drill teams, and cheerleaders were things unknown to Aus- tralian schools. School here was confusing for her at first, but once she got accustomed to it she enjoyed it very much. During school she was involved in many activi- ties such as student council, bowling club, afs club, and vvrestlerettes. LEFT: Edith poses for a picture with the Nelsons, her American family. BELOW: David Fiohrer and Edith discuss a pamphlet in stu- dent council. CSF CCalitornia Scholarship Federationj held its third annual Christmas tree sale in December. The trees were on sale at Stater Bros. on Foothill Blvd, for ten days, Dawn Gor- don headed the Christmas tree committee. During school hours, parents of the club members pitched in their time to help sell trees. During non school hours, club mem- bers put a lot ot time into mak- ing the sale a success. The money raised was used to provide scholarships tor deserving senior members. RIGHT Jan Guzik shows her excite- ment, having just sold another Christ- mas tree BELOW: Grace Bracamonte and Aryea Gottlieb show oft the large assortmant ot sizes and shapes of trees onthe lot, V if mx if V ,IEW 'A g We t'i ZKT , f ' 1 r ,Q 'mt ' s . V E X it V. A ...- vt V l . .kill 'T . M "T iq' .,,, f . f if Z1 I E . Q5 5 4,-i'f'ffi4v ' W The second period phys- ics C class taught by lvlr. Cannon performed the research, design, and contruction tasks in- volved in building an electric car. During the first quarter of the school year, planning and de- signing ofthe car took place. Actual building of the car was started dur- ing the second quarter. The basic motor and frame for the car were bought from a salvage shop. Other parts were obtained from junk yards, and still others had to be purchased from local automobile parts shops. Robert Gor- don and Randy Ell were the project directors for the electric car. The elec- trical portions were di- rected by Robert Gordon vvhile Kim Froke took charge of the mechani- cal part. Director of the structual division was Mike Baylus. The third period physics C class build a wind-powered generator. lt was built to put on top of the "K" building. The Santa Ana winds caused the fan to rotate, which made the generator operate. The operating generator producted electricity, and the rooms in the "K" building were supplied with this electricity. Pat Gomez and Ken Lum were the project direc- tors for the wind genera- tor. Director of the elec- trical division was Steve Stark. Lowell Beers was the director of the me- chanical division. Direc- tor of the structural divi- sion vvas Mike Newlee. ABOVE: Walter Christensen con- centrates on welding parts of the car correctly. LEFT: Robert Gor- don atteps to lift the car's frame so that welding can be done on difficult places. curriculum Each year, the senior that has achieved the highest grade point average in the senior class holds the position of valedictorian. The valedicto- rian is selected to deliver the valedictory speech of the graduating class at com- mencement. This year there were two valedictorians. Lowell Beers and Laura Gun- ther, who both achieved a grade point average ot 4.0. The graduating class of Eisenhower high school gives its congratulationsto these two outstanding students and wishes them a prosperous future. TOP: Lowell Beers, 1975 valedictorian RIGHT: Laura Gunther, 1975 valedicto rian. 172 curriculum A' 1 educatio, 7 5 7 ofyam c: gjggfruw-'vs-as -- g 4, I 7 ., vcd The senior second in scholarship receives the position of salutatorian. The salutatorian pro- nounces the salutatory oration at the annual commencement. This year the salutatorian was Kim Froke, who achieved a grade point average of 3.97. The graduating class gives its congratu- lations to him also. LEFT: Kim Froke, 1975 salutato- rian. BELOW: The 1975 valedic- torians and salutatorian pose for a picture together. F. 174 curriculum The Scholastic art show was held at Harris' Co. in River- side sponsored by Scholas- tics. Many Eisenhower stu- dents displayed their art works in the exhibit, which was held from Feb. 15 to March 1. There were three basic awards given to partici- pants: certificates of merit, gold keys, and blue ribbons. Ginny Egan and David Book received blue ribbons, the highest recognition, for their pictures. Art pieces that received blue ribbons were sent to New York to be entered in the National Scho- lastic art show. TOP: Ginny Egan shows her first-place painting. RIGHT: Christa and Kerry Brown admire a drawing at the exhibit, BELOW: Mrs. Williamson and Paula Lugo study the craftmanship of weaving works. .A i V H ' -is , x . f- f J exif Y fl f ,iff X Q f wi. N1 pq +5 A -- if gif if do is ,isfkifwfi " .il D 'N WZ. AI AV iq yr.-F i 2- - fslxf ' 5 5'l"p'-.E.i5'VA ,G 'f u H" f ,. Qi 41, .nw-1 r . Usa ' 'VH' F if Lili if 15452 f Cgffi' 41 gi E if 'xi tl '3 -il ,i This past year a world of construction class was taught by Mr. Hoeppner. Included in the activities of the class was the building of a vvood shed. The purpose of the build- ing was to acquaint the sophomores with the many different phases of construction. These included framing, electri- cal vviring, insulation, painting, plumbing and application of shingles to roof, and tile to ceiling. The room vvas something that could be used for any purpose, namely a bedroom, workshop, or storage shed. lt was made to be sold, with the money obtained going back into the wood classes fund to be used for a similar future pro- ject. The construction was basically for experi- ence. This experience vvhich the students gained might help them decide what area of con- struction or industry they would like to go into later in life. LEFT: Steve Lozano measures while Don l-larrls waits to ham- mer. BELOW LEFT: The world of construction class works on the framing of the shed. BELOW RIGHT: Norbert Luther works on a section of the frame. curriculum 175 176 cIubS el :mm A av V111- f ,-W, Q aw 539177 M, , , , 1 A s 1-1 L W lflzgnsy I fix :gm Mila ill' 5, an .Hn , II .. -if , H has irggiaviif s ,ff lu, 'z ' vafaw ad . N 1, A 5 1 ig 11 M 3 Q 4 f. 11 3 American Field Serv- ice, better known as AFS was a club organized to make students better aware of other countries. During the past year they held and participated in many activities such as bake sales, car washes, and the AFS weekend, where foreign exchange students from local areas came to join them for the traditional dessert. The Sponsor was lVlr,F2oth. TOP: club officers: Laura Gun- ther, Jan Lambert, Jett Kessinger, Grace Bracamonte, Edith Schmidt, Jan Guzik, Cheryl Mey- ers, Linda Bunn. RIGHT: Laura Gunther and Edith Schmidt dis- cuss upcoming activities. ABOVE: Foreign exchange stu- dents come to Fiialto tor week- end. Good times and service pro- jects started the year tor Azu- rettes. Their first project was building their homecoming float, which vvon second place. A fevv of their many activities vvere serving the football players before the games, and collecting toys and games at Thanksgiving and Christmas for needy fam- ilies in Rialto: Their fund rais- ing activities included car vvashes, candy sales, and bake sales. Their biggest event was the traditional Alana Aloha. ABOVE: Eileen Gomez, Club President. TOP: Eileen Gomez serves football coaches before a game. RlGHT: First rovv diagonally: Laura Gomez, Shannon Tovvnley, Julie French, Nancy Rollings, Terri Watkins. Middle rovv: Eileen Gomez, Sue Hall, Becky Gomez, Pam Holloway, Kristi Farmer, Back rovv: Geri Melia, Lisa Graft, Nanci Long, Annette Crandell. Danhette Messenger, Nancy Casson. Not Shown: Jean Aguilera, Julie Aguilera, Cathy Pate, Julie Streeter, Heather Graham, Mary Gal- van, Cheryl McKinney, Jacki Graft, Andrea Latanation, Paula Taop, Vikki Thompson, Karen Stull, Billi Jo McCrary, Patty Demerest, Terri Velarde. ABOVE RIGHT: Club Officers: Geri Melia, Service Chairmanx Shannon Tovvnley, Director of Publicity: Sue Hall, Social Chairman: Nancy Rollings, Histo- rian: Kristi Farmer, Treasurer: Terri Wat- kins, Vice President: Eileen Gomez. President, 5.sifST3ngms5omvwfz1fof5Mp. wegbwewwffvrwgwig nwwwgmg M15TbJQwuA,50TVL0j,0EVwwQufUwwnwuxA1b0. wmwdm MMM uA wbdwvwuiwwngmfub. ew1lrvwAfJ6U2vzfWLwvw1xjo1f1vvcfL419. www WGMHWTLM QMWAMMQ mms as Mwgdmwhwdgwmk. The Key Club was a service club sponsored by Kiwanis Club, East Rialto Their ser- vices included a beautifica- tion project, and the sponsor- ing of their Annual Mutt Show. To increase the money in their treasury they sold posters in the fall and mistle ,-11:-1-,- T A I 1:1 iff' toe at Christmas time. They also had car washes. Mr. Camarigg who is a member of the Kiwanis Club sponsored the group. RIGHT: Joe Herzog receives charter from Ken Flores. Lt. Governor ot Key Club International. BELOW Front row: Joe Graziano, Randy Ell, Joe Herzog, Dave Rohrer, Chuck Mineo, Bill Groe- neveld. Middle row: Dave Robinson, Drew Kleibrink, Kevin Ivey, Allen Wild, Aryea Gottleib, Tom Dominick, Toby Gottleib, Paul Moores, Dale Donnelly. Back row: Ken Benadict, Mike Guzy, Jeffery Barrett, Robert Gordon, Dale Conjurski, Mr. David Camarigg, Spon- sor . ,. nv' H . 4: LC gn- M ,uw gg, 1-if, MCS. mf- I"- uv I ..4--vmgg-,,,, f , f-iggilfzfffx-': , - . Fu A Jfiifil'-Q'e'Q 9' 'Inf Q, it V1 i,,,, . tf v-wmv. -L 1' 1' -lf' -4 We X 79191 ' T- -' fff ' ---of f Jaya? 't1:,.,,,-my f, ef.,F4,.gsi,-.gimgsi--4 4161- .. ' 'QL-'R' f ' ti' ,V fr sg we-12. fi' ' " .,i!,e':2?.5iii'fL'1aQiis.. TOP: Denise Scott looks at crowd while doing Essence perform- ance. BOTTOM: Essence Drill Team performs at football home- coming parade. Essence, formerly BSU took a new name hoping to gain better under- standing of their club. They participated in many activities during the past year. These activities included a dime a dip dinner, pep assem- blies, and homecoming parade. Each year black history week is held. Dur- ing this vveek they invited speakers on campus, had a cultural day, a soul food day, and a fashion shovv. To vvind up the year they took a trip to Magic Mountain. They extended their love and appreciation to Mr. McKay vvho faithfully stuck beside them throughout the entire year. Clubs 181 Each year girls are nominated by teachersfor outstanding leadership and academic work. They are called Soho- bans. They did many service projects such as babysitting the deaf children, making tray favors for childrens hos- pital, and serving at the Wom- en's Club luncheon. During Christmas time they had an alumni banquet, and invited members from the past years. Their fund raising activities included sucker sales, bake sales, and car vvashes. Their biggest event of the year vvas the traditional faculty feed, where each girl invited a member of the faculty. The club sponsors were Mrs. Mahoney and Mrs. Dollahan, vvho helped the girls with all of their activities. XTIXAI :Am J lit' 'TY' ' ,. if " roiig J 4 ' l""7 Ak I cn , ,.,, . t 4? ,,,, 4 v ' A .gk M ,V , W -4 'Q -iv . -- -i . mmm, ,...,,,,,,, 'Mun' min " 182 cubs Wi, -lv ABOVE: Sobobans group picture, Front rovv: Julie Baxter, Danette Mendonca, Mandi Ferguson, Val Watts, Wendy Uhl, Denise Bicondova, Grace Bracomonte, Hilary Blair, Laura Gunther, Nancy Jozens. Middle row: Candy Patton, Joni Sheppard, Margaret Metz, Christy Riley, Terri Carranza, Melody Crouch, Lelsa Clark, Dawn Gordon, Judy Tishkoff. Back rovv: Patty George, Shari Graham, Donna Purtee, Nancy Pytlik, Kim Brandenburg, Wanda Mahony, Susan Wright, Donna Dyell, Jan Lambert, Doreen Assuma, Judy Stout, Lauri Hiatt, Linda Bunn, Julie Clayton. TOP: Club Officers, Front row: Margaret Metz, Terri Carranza. Back rovv: Regina Miller, Val Watts, Judy Tishkoff, Christy Riley, 111- Ac 'Iwo ,pn JU? Z1 E4-1? . ,W VICA or Vocational Clubs of America, was a club designed iorvoca- tional students. Members of this club vvere able to further their skills in his ovvn individual areas. During the year they attended competition at Fullerton Jr. College and a California State Confer- ence. All vocational areas can be involved in the club. VICA group pictureg Front rovvi Mike Sparks, Bryan I-larris, Jim Boyd, Doug Veers, Bryan Andrew. Back rovv: Mark Sowell, Larry I-lerkelrath, Jerry Anhorn, Mike McBride, Dennis Crow, Mr. Gilbreath, Sponsor. Not shown: Mr. Messer Sponsor, along with Mr, Gilbreath. if ICC group picture: Front rovv: Peggy Watts, Mandi Ferguson, Val- erie VVatts, Tern Carranza, Patty George. Alice Brzovic, Leisa Clark. Middle rovv: Karen Carroll, Judy Tishkott, Chris Lukens, Eileen Gomez, Mike Klein, Doreen Florez, Syndi Prater. Joe Bridge. Back rovv: Steve McCarry, Eduardo Medina, Steve Crist, Dave Ellis, Randy EII, John Inman, Kevin Ivey. ICC or Inner Club Counsel was an organi- zation which vvas used for communication be- tvveen the Clubs and Student Council. Itvvas directed by Dave Ellis and his officers. clubs 183 184 Clubs Sen-tettes vvas an organized service club sponsored by Mr. Dean Kelley. Their many projects included collecting canned goods at Christmas, helping needy families in Bialto, going on easter egg . ,, y hunts with hospitalized chil- ,,, ,g . . 3' " 'T - 1 dren and helping with the Q,,, '5,,fj,4f jf W Q dime a dip dinner. They also f 1 Q21 uf' hosted the Miss Ftialto Pag- , I "yr, -1 , T ' 'if I - ' - ,Mt ,J of eant and helped with civic Wim? . I K mi, light opera. To raise money ' for these services and activi- T fit rag., , , - L , 1 J i ties they had bake sales, car A washes, and vvent on an egg sale. They really appreciated , Mr. Kelly's co-operation and help throughout the year. V' -'fl A5 E - , wi, Wi, .'. ,iv A -33 r TOP: Sen-tettes Club Officers: Donna Johnson, Sargeant of arms, Dannette Miranda, Social Chairman, Marilou l-lornbeck, Service Chairmang Chris Lukens, Presidentg Lisa Quihuis, Historian, Teri Sauceda, Sargeant of arms, Mr. Kelley, Sponsor. Not Shown: Laura Lazano, Treasurerg Priscilla Serrano, Secretary, Leslie Floyal, Vice Presg Gloria Vasquez, Chaplain. BOTTOM: Front row: Pam Perchan, Kim McCormick, Cathy Bonnano, Cathy Oliva, Debbie Martin, Beth O'Neil, Lisa Northy. Middle row: Kelly Bird, Danette Miranda, Kay Cee Meeks, Gloria Bradley, Teri Sauceda, Sandi Metz, Donna Johnson, Vanessa Neito Gomez, Veronica Broholm, Lisa Quihuis, Karen Yarling, Chris Lukens, Jeannette Ser- rano, Mr. Kelley. Back row: Sharon Preciado, Ginger Miller, Robin Gruber, Shannon Clark, Dayna Mitchell, Marilou l-lornbeck, Connie FOV- buch, Sue Serrano. ,Q f 4 v , rf, Hs , N 1, fb ' ,Q 1 Sm. 9 1 ,9 1 1435i .val 11044425 21,0429 v aff -y v, xkflzfff fqw 1, ",, , N ., , . ,Y A ,V Zh fix we ,112 Q4 -fr Q? 6 2? , .V Q ' 'zfi "1l"L'A, 1 fm U' , 4" 7 AJ , f 4, 1 4 ,nf Q' 4 4v,'ya,'Lf . w, , '14 v1,,"f,w , Q 'L7,,,,A f .- if :'w',a'9f ive 1 ,' zf fiiyh f, may ,Q g,j'4',,f fi LQ uni ffff,-,,f 4s y M. , 4 ,' 5 ,J 4 ,af J J, ,Q ff,,n'f1u ff,'4,,,,'?1, Q W nw' M 1 1-,f. Walt, ,1 , , Q, , f ,gy-mf, rf, 1 M :44 1- 1 , 1 ,, . 'mf 1 X4 ,f, f MMVI, Avy, 9 Mf, .- "s'1"'a f 2, 4, 4 ' ffzfniif y,,'4"z"1' 4,,,, v4 '24 , , 1 www 54' ax ,lfeitfql 22,9214 4 9 4. "Af" fzf, fe f 1 , , D V ,az 4 I ' 1 A 1 4 as mf + The French Club was a group organized trom French classes and other persons interested in French. lt was a rather small group but they were active in many areas. A tew ot the Stu- dents in the club took in AFS students during the AFS week- end. They had car washes and bake sales to raise money. They held a French marionette show which was delightful. Their tra- ditional event was the Mardi Gras, where they set up booths for refreshments, games, and a fun time for all. A great thanks to Miss Gilmetti tor her hard work and effort. BELOW: Members of French Club watch with amusement as students throw darts at balloons l 186 clubs The Eisenhower Bowl- ing club was a club designed tor those stu- dents interested in bowl- ing or those wanting to learn. Each week you would tind them hard at work trying to get good enough to "beat the teachers." Front row: Cyndie Maxson, Pat Motfitt, Cindy Harmon, Kathy Kroepll, Robbln King, Sharon Taylor, Mr. Knipple,C1st Semester Sponsorq Back row: Gus Mendoza, Joe Thomp- son, Tim Hamilton, Chris Short, Terry McDowell, Drew Klei- brink, Steve Crist, Dave Greenburg, Randy Ell, Rick Barker, John Inman. NOT SHOWN: Peggy Williamson, Christy Riley, Edith Schmidt, Harold McGinnis, Diana Edmonds, Mrs. War- dell, Sponsor. The Leo Club or mini lions club was sponsored by Mr. Schmidt. During the year the club held many activities. They sponsored a film festival which featured several horror films, They had clean up days several times which included not only picking up trash, but helping with other work that needed to be done. To raise money they had a pizza raffle in which three prizes were given. The money from this raf- tle was used to award two members of the club scholarships. The two selected were Mike Smith and Eric Lenz. W4 TOP: Dave Ellis, president puts stamp of approval on vice pesi- dent, Mike Klien, ABOVE: Leo club group picture: Front row: Mark Hall, Toby Gottlieb, Joe Bridge, Jerry Hollis, Sam Howard, Mike Klien, Aryea Gottlieb, Eric Lenz. Back row: Greg Groshong, Ray Thompson, Gary Fields, Dave Ellis, Mike Smith, Jim Drage, Luke Howard, Bob Grove, Bruce Campbell, Rick Boetler, Mr. Willie Schmidt, sponsor. LEFT: Club officersg Dave Ellis, presidentg Mike Klein, vice president, Eric Lenz, treasurer, Mike Smith, social chairman, Aryea Gottlieb, secretary. Clubs 187 Thespians were a group of students who worked very hard to put on a good shovv. No matter what situation they were in, they stuck with each other to the end. The one show they did was "The For- bidden Place." When they were not Working as a group, they supported drama in every vvay they could. They supported the spring play, and buiit sets for ail plays. Qualifications to get in to Thespians were ten points or one-hundred hours ot vvork in some extracurricular activity besides drama. Some ot the things they did together included going skating and jumping on trampolines. 188 Clubs CSF or California Scholarship Federation vvas a club organized for those students vvith a 3.6 average or better. During Christmas time they sold Christmas trees which profited them a great deal. They also held bake sales, sucker sales and car washes. Their big fling of the year vvas a trip to Disneyland. The Club officers included Leisa Clark - President, Alice Brzovic, Judy Tishkoff - Secretary, Regina Miller - Sergeant of Arms, Aryea Gottleib - Trea- surer, and Mrs. Kuiper - Sponsor. Much thanks to her for her help. .' 4 l ,W M I ..,V 1, ABOVE: Front rovv: Terri Carranza, Alice Brzovic, Grace Bracomonte, Denise Bicondova, Randy Knowles. Second row: Cindy Gunther, Toby Gottlieb, Bob Cox, Dale Donnelly, Ellen Moore, Regina Miller. Third row: Chuck Mineo, Jan Lambert, Kathy Mitchell, Aryea Gottlieb, Jan Guzik, Becky Gomez, Linda Bunn, Evelyn Davey, Kay Chec, Mr. Schmidt, Sponsor. Back rovv: Leisa Clark, Joe l-lerzog, Stan Murra, Lowell Beers, Randy Ell, Judy Tishkoft, Cheryl Meyer, Danny Gunther, Virginia Lambert. TOP: Members listen as president discusses upcoming events. ABOVE LEFT: President Leisa Clark, trys to deliver an important message to the group. clubs 189 Even though many people did not know about Hermanos Unidos, it did exist and was very active. Their activities included hosting Senator Ftueben Ayala's birthday party, a trip to Magic Moun- tain, and the Cinco De Mayo dinner dance. To raise money for these activities they held car Washes, bake sales, sucker sales, and sold benefit tickets. They held their meet- ings each vveekend at the homes ofthe members. l TOP: Eddie Medina displays himself proudly in front of car washed by Her- manos Unidos. ABOVE: Doreen Flores shows her kindness to a small boy by cleaning his face, RIGHT: Club Officersg Rosie Savadra, Doreen Flores, Eddie Medina, Hilda Roses. They played a big part in helping out the club. 190 cubs - zip. 675: u f-X ,mem f ikj V-Q KL N, I A ,WHA . an.. ..a w. ., Q n The Spanish Club spon- sored by Miss Mejus- to was a club which included students from Spanish classes and any- one interested in Span- ish. The biggest event they participated in was the Mardi Gras. They helped by making cas- carones to sell and by crowning the king and queen of this festivity. The queen turned out to be Dawn Fancisco, who crowned her king Mark Brandenburg. They fin- ished off their big eve- ning with mexican food and a dance contest. It was a fun time for every- one. TOP: Spanish club sells Mexican food at the Mardi Gras. The newest club formed during the year was the Blazier Ski Club. Spon- sored by Mr. Bob Costa, they went on many ski trips and had great fun. The one which proved to be the most successful was their trip to Mam- moth Mountain. Students and parents who had never skied before in their life tried it and thought it was the best thing they ever did. RIGHT: Front row: Mr. Costa, Joel Sherwood, Dana Williams. Middle row: Tim Brown, Ft. B. Peters, Alan Bodifer, George Darda, Bill Matlock, Shannon Clark, Tom Dominick. Back row: Mike Finizo, Kevin Carr, Janet Harris, Steve McGarry, Kenny Keyes, BOTTOM: Steve McGarry, Mr. Costa, and B. B. Peters get together in front of a cabin in Mammoth. clubs 191 gl 3111i F 1 7' iaf ,,!A.n." , Q if L ' 'EX 1' as ' . 1- 5,1 MW , - . Q r Ls? Y x . - J w Zvffiy 1. , I7 j-V NAL W ., N z me gf 55. 5..' ,g fi? , , . ! I 4 4 L ,Z gy- f V ffl-.x M ,fx .f , 7 , ?v?501man 4 -' , 4 , , W , - f 4. , sf 12 "f Yi , W 10 f 'Q 1 Q , . b I 'W kv .DMV l,1lv,At'x' W . 3 , ig! ! sf v ,H,.4-my ff, . ' ., ' V F, ,, . , " rg' Q : ' j,m, 1, ' I -, ,. 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Nancy Aaron Richard Abernathy Patricia Adams Jean Aguilera Julie Aguilera Sherry Aldret Andrew Alejandre Deborah Allen Pamela Allen Victor Almaguer Andrew Alvarez Lisa Alvarez Gordon Amerson Cherryl Anderson Dana Anderson Cindy Andrews Jerald Anhorn Flobert Apodaca Arlene Aragon Diana Arbuckle Janet Archambault Sherilyn Archer Richard Arias Christina Armitage Donna Arnce Scott Athearn Daniel Baker Deborah Baker Marsha Baker Pamela Baker seniors 193 Michelle Baldwin Brian Barker Flueben Barraza William Barrett Cherie Bartholow Thomas Battaile Debbie Baucom Gaeleen Baumann Julie Baxter Michael Baylus Lori Beach Valerie Beam Bradley Beard Lori Beeler Lowell Beers Teri Belden Keith Bell James Belohovek Kevin Bennett Lorene Benza Kim Berry Rebecca Berry Marci Bethurum Flobert Beyloos Carol Bianchi Debbie Biel Karen Bigham Hilary Blair Baenetta Blankenship Darrell Bledsoe 194 seniors H. 'Nb L .ff 'WJ' 7- ' 5 qai Q? -Q4 Www? aft' 'QT 'IT' AX is fel NTN' 'IV '15 'Rfb-'v KN GPS' 9. Scott Blink Rhonda Blizin Kaleta Blough Martin Bocanegra Blythe Boden Ronald Bolar Robyn Borden Anthony Borg Donna Bourgoine Mary Bourgoine Mary Bowman Robert Bowman Susan Bowman Kathleen Bracamonte Edith Bradbury Gloria Bradley James Bradshaw Timothy Brady Mark Brandenburg Stephen Branham Mark Brissette Cheryl Broberg Craig Brock Jeffrey Broeker Norman Broholm Danile Brookins Eugene Brown William Brown Mark Brownstein Jo Anne Brundage seniors 195 Kevin Brunton Marilyn Bruton Brenda Bryan Denise Bryant Bay Bryson Alice Brzovic Bose Bumphus Demita Burgess Alvin Burkett Valerie Burkhauser Mary Burr Vicki Burrows Cynthia Burton Nancy Bushey Denny Buskirk Jerry Buza Flonald Cable Valentine Calaycay Bruce Campbell Allin Cann Judy Cantarini Jennifer Cardiff Carl Carlberg John Carlin Kenneth Carmean Scott Carnahan John Carpenter Teresa Carranza Priscilla Carrillo Rachel Carrillo 196 seniors 5r'vv-Q Steve Carroll Steven Castano Kathy Castledine Jolene Castro Lucy Castro Lupe Cedeno Kristi Cesstord Christina Chavez Preston Chavez Christopher Cherniss Ronald Chigbrow Randall Childs Debra Chrisman Walter Christensen Dolores Christmas Janet Cisneros Leisa Clark Susan Clark Julie Clayton Karen Clegg Lori Click Dennis Clore Kenneth Conness Rita Conrad Edward Cook Jeffrey Cook Robert Coonrod Joanne Cooper Joanne Cothern Mark Coulombe seniors 197 John Cox Linda Cox Pam Crans Elizabeth Cripps Patricia Crocker Dennis Crow Wendy Crowley Brian Cruz Rosario Cuevas Elizabeth Cunningham Marilyn Cunningham Mark Cunningham Rebecca Cunningham Audrey Curtis Loraine Daniel Karen Danielson Theresa Dadey George Darcla Jodilynn Davenport Steven Davenport Gregory Davis Maryalice Davis Rochelle Dayberry Anita DeArk Stephan DeBranch Randall Delbert Alex DeLaRosa Rachel DeLaRosa Mark Demaio Denise Demiclio 198 seniors '54 KN SQL? Y 'JP s 'MI If .Iii 'rm QA, 'Winn Robert DeSantis Michael Dietz Phyllis Dillon Robert Dobbs Richard Dominick Dale Donnelly Cynthia Donohue Denise Donovan Alice Dorado Vinceen Doyle James Drage Anthony Dragun Lisa Duncan Kathy Dunkel Sandra Duran Sheri DuSair Edith Eastwood Elizabeth Edie Lillian Elias Randall Ell Donald Ellis James English Sylvia Enriquez Gloria Estrada Manuel Estrada Mary Estrada Margaret Eubank Susan Eubanks Norma Evans Debra Evvers seniors 109 Sandra Fairburn Lee Fansler Darrell Farley Kathleen Farlow Kristi Farmer Cynthia Fawcett James Fawcett Amanda Ferguson Celeste Field Linda Fieldse Karen Finneran Dorene Flores Joseph Flores Richard Flores Gerald Flowers Kari Forbes Patricia Forster Carmela Foulk Jacquelyn Fowler Peter Fox Kimberlyn Foy Bruce Francisco Susan Freed Timothy Freeman Julie French Kim Froke Arnold Fuentes Raymond Gade Susan Gade Mark Gagnon 200 seniors w. fff' 13" ,Xu 1 v--'nv iff cz: 1" Ll: AA' .,., fr: 'Q' if .I Neff XTX w--4, -ry-f Q:-1'1- -I' Q- ,..-qs 'X if Mary Galvin Delia Garcia Jack Garcia Timothy Garcia Vera Garcia Debbie Garcilazo Karen Garretson Cynthia Gentry Sonia Gerth Jeffrey Gianni Dalton Gibson Mark Gilbert Tracy Gilbert Rhonda Giles Donna Gillespie Donna Gilliam Milton Gilyard Chandra Glass Laurie Gnehm Brian Goddard Eileen Gomez Patrick Gomez Ralph Gonzales Corinne Goodspeed Anthony Goodwin Dawn Gordon Robert Gordon Aryea Gottlieb Tobi Gottlieb Cindy Goyette seniors 201 Linda Grabner Lori Graft Crystal Graham Delbert Graham Randy Grant Denise Gray William Greeley Julia Green Denise Grenslitt Paula Grim Robert Grove Ernest Guillen Keith Gulla Laura Gunther Gilbert Gutierrez Steven Hale Susan Hall Pamela Hamada Elizabeth Hamilton Gerald Hamilton Kenneth Hamilton Regina Hamilton William Hamilton James Hamman Regina Hancock Cynthia Haney Deborah Hankey Paul Hannah Rebecca Hansen Sharon Hansen 202 seniors 4-14 fi-2 V fs ,aint Wg-if QUIT , 'Tyla' .,,-.-svn" wr- fu 1:5-1' ,"'i : 'UQ- Sharon Hanson Virginia Harbert Corrine Hardman Cindy Harmon William Harps Elton Harrell Kathi Harrell Tim Harris Robert Harrison Chris Hawkins Susan Hays Patricia Heard Phillip Heft Gary Heiner Brian Held Ruth Hemstreet Kim Hendrickson Richard Henriksen Larry Herkelrath Frances Hernandez Guadalupe Hernandez Nora Hernandez Patrick Herron Joseph Herzog Mary Hippenstiel Terrence Hlebo Thomas Hobbs Ginger Hodgson Kevin Hoeppner Marcia Hoffman Sel'llOTS 203 Dennis Hogan Chris Holbrook Rory Holladay Andre Holley Donald Holm Crystal Holman Douglas Hood Maxie Hooks Cathy Horenburg Marilou Hornbeck William Hornsby Brian Hoy Gweyn Hynek Karen Inge Frank Ingram Russell Ingram John Inman Kim lram John Jackson Rebecca Jacques Robert Jamieson Donald Jaramillo Debra Johnson Donna Johnson Linda Johnson Milton Johnson Patricia Johnson Rocky Johnson Shawna Johnson Tekla Johnson 204 seniors Tony Johnson Cynthia Jones Dale Jones Debra Jones Ted Jones Teresa Jones Terry Jones Darlene Kaminski Thomas Kaney Mary Kean Patricia Keefe Daniel Kennedy Mark Kennedy Robin Kershow Kevin Kesterson Lynda Keys Diana Kidwell John Kilman Bradley King Kurt King Robbin King Robert King Douglas Kingry Janet Klaers Michael Klein Vicki Klovski Gregory Knowles Michele Knudsen Judy Kobs Kathleen Kroeptl seniors 205 Susan Lamb Jan Lambert Rebecca Lane Andrea Latanation Cheryl Lawson Beth Lee Dennie Lee Wayne Lee Eric Lenz Mark Leon Ronald Leyva Jean Linaburg Jeri Lindberg Terry Lizotte Celeste Lockwood Colleen Long Terri Long Christine Loukos Paul Lovan Ona Love Robin Love Richard Lowe Laura Lozano Christina Lukens Kenneth Lum Rick Lumley Carrie Lutes Debra Lyles Susan MacDougaII Bruce Maire 206 seniors 'it- 'rc' lrjfr' 4-if Michael Mairs Joseph Mango Linda Mann Yvette Mansion Michael Manzano Mark Markley Richard Marshall Dave Martin Debora Martin Alice Martinez Dana Martinez Leonard Martinez Michael Mascetti Sharon Mascetti Christopher Masotto Michael Matthews Sharon Matuszek Cynthia Maxson Micheal McBride Lisa McCain Virginia McCleery Leslie McCoy Pamela McCreary Flobin Mc Dermott Floss Mclfann Lynne Mc Grail Sherri Mc Guire Cheryl Mc Kinney Rene McNair Jacquelin Mecier seniors 207 Eduardo Medina Timothy Melia Danelle Mendonca Sharon Merlen Vickie Merlen Dannette Messenger Floxane Metcalf Margaret Metz Pamela Meyer Dorothy Meyers Leticia Meza Bruce Miller Debra Miller Kent Miller Flegina Miller William Mills Harry Mincer Charles Mineo Danelle Miranda Kathy Mitchell Cindy Milton Patricia Moffitl Ronald Monreal Ellen Moore Jeannette Moreno Chris Morris Teri Morrison Regina Mower Carole Mrazik Kathleen Muckenfuss 208 seniors alum- Eff' ig-yr' g,..,. 12,6 YIWTP ii J w--wr, .ig ri' NTS? 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Wa' Sherry Reed Ronald Reitf Cynthia Renick Gonzalo Reyes Joyce Reynolds Susanne Rhoades Gary Rice Laurie Rice Steven Rice Lynne Rich Diana Richards Donna Richards Kathy Ricks John Rigg Robert Riggin Cristy Riley Anna Rios Deborah Roark Debbie Roberts Stephen Roberts James Robertson David Robinson Barbara Rodecker Evelyn Rodgers Santiago Rodrigue Rocky Rogers David Rohrer Nancy Rollings Carol Rosensteel Leslie Royal seniors 911 Craig Rucker David Rucker Bambi Ruebe Mark Ruggles Patricia Rund Rosalie Saavedra Ruben Saenz William Sagona Daniel Sanchez Debra Sanchez Lauri Sanchez Ralph Sanchez Wanda Sanders Jeri Sauceda Teri Sauceda Ronald Savage Edith Schmidt Denise Scott Patricia Sease Priscilla Serrano Lisa Shaw Glen Shiery Michael Short Geneva Sh uey Cheryl Sias Sandra Siebert Shawnie Siebert Gloria Sierra Shernf Simon Kurt Simonson 212 seniors 50' LG' L..,-J ,-ff 9123" P1 rr:-w -fit:-p ss, ,vyg A,-. 'fwfr kay my my zqwa Lynetta Sipos Peggy Skeen Mary Anne Skinner Joe Skipper Christine Smith Hope Smith Paula Smith Rodney Sowders Helen Spruill Martin Squires Trudy Stanton Vicki Stapleton Steven Stark Clayton Steele Daniel Steele Jeribeth Steele Flebecca Stengel Sheryl Stephan Danette Stockman Carl Stockstill Teresa Stone Elizabeth Straigw Cheryl Straka- Kurt Strommer Theresa Stryker' Karen Stull Kathleen Sundholm Steven Szypusz Lawrence Taft Ronald Talbott seniors 213 James Tanner Wayne Tanner Larry Tannery Paula Tapp James Taylor Sharon Taylor Steven Taylor Timothy Teachout Milton Theodore Chris Thomas Carol Thompson Patricia Thompson Penny Thompson Vikki Thompson Thomas Thornburg Garry Thornton Jill Thurman Margaret Tindall Judith Tishkotl David Titgen Merry Tobiska Mary Ann Torres Robin Townley Jamie Townsend Bonnie Tucker Vernon Turner Anita Tye Paul Tyler Nola Tyree Wendy Uhl 214 seniors tr 'fm 'C+ -3 Qfi C? sn-:gas VII," -lu-iii iw. .mill iii ll Steven Vanfrank Alan Vannorstrand Dennis Vasquez Michael Vasquez Betty Jo Veres John Vigneault Darlene Visbal Jeffrey Voss Debora Wagner Cindy Walker Tena Wall Mary Walsh Toni Ward Melba Warren Tamara Warren Stephanie Wasson Cyndi Watkins Teresa Watkins Denise Watts Valerie Watts Steven Webster Sandra Weeks Dirk Weening Merrie Weiler Sandra Wessel Linda Westfall Patty Westmoreland Laura Wheaton Ronald Whiteaker Karen Wiggins seniors 215 Margie Wiglesworth Allen Wild Debra Williams Dianna Williams Scheryl Williams Patricia Willis Andre Wilson Cynthia Wilson Herbert Wilson Judith Wilson Raymond Wilson Corri Windsor Laura Witman Suzanne Wold Ronald Wofley Sheila Woodward Ronald Wright Susan Wright Diane Wyand Gilbert Yzaguirre Andrew Zagon Charlene Zanone Michael Zeidler Pam Zimmerman Cathy Zmudka 216 seniors Senior class officers started the yearlwith many money raising pro- jects. Among them were the selling of charm suckers, styrofoam foot- balls, megaphones, and refreshments at moto- crosses. Hours were spent on the class float with the theme "senior alive in 75, "which won first place. Below: senior class officers: pres, Laura Gunther, vice pres, Wendy Uhlg sec, Susan Bowmang treas, Cheryl Brobergg social chairman, Danette Men- donca, were strong lead- ers of the 'class of 75.' 'r l ,ff a.. 218 seniors Aaron, Nancy Abernathy, Richard: football 2, 35 baseball 2 Adame, Susie Adams,Patricia Adornetto, Michael Aguilera, Jean: azurettes 2, 35 soph cheerleader 15 jv cheerleader 2: gaa track 1, 25 varsity Aguilera, Julie: azur cheerleader 3 ettes 1, 2, 35 song leader 2, 35 gaa softball 1 Aldret, Sherry Alejandre, Andrew: house of reps 2, lettermans club 2, 35 track 1 , 2, 3: cross country 1, 2, 35 key club 2, 3 Allen, Deborah: ecology club 1 , 2: treas Allen, Pamela Almaguer, Victor Alvarez, Andrew Alvarez, Lisa: drill team 1, 2 Amerson, Gordon Andersen, Christie Anderson, Cherryl: womens concert choir 35 drill team Anderson, Dana Andrews, Cindy 1,2 Anhorn, Jerald: vica 1, 2 pres. Apodaca, Robert Aragon, Arlene: a capella choir 35 womens concert choir 25 mixed choir 1 5 drill team 1 5 varsity cheerleader 3,head 5 jv cheerleader 2,co-head Arbuckle, Diana Archambault, Janet Archer, Sherilyn Arias, Richard Armitage, Christina Arnce, Donna: shiel concert choir 2 Athearn, Scott Babb, Jon Bacon, Betsy Baker, Daniel Baker, Deborah Baker, Marsha Baker, Pamela Baldwin, Michelle Barber, Lynn Barker, Brian ds 2, 35 womens Barraza, Rueben: concert band 35 marching band 1, wrestling 2, 3 Barrett, William Bartholow, Cherie Battaile, Thomas Baucom, Debbie: bs Baumann, Gaeleen: 2,35csf15 u 1, 2 csf 35 house of reps 35 drill team 1, 2, 3 Baxter, Julie: annual 2, 35 a capella choir 35 womens concert choir 25 drill team 15 sobobans 35 lootball stat. 2, 35 track stat. 2, 3 Baylus, Michael Beach, Lori Beam, Valerie Beamon, Marvin Beard, Bradley Beaudoin, Renee Beeler, Lori, jocks 1: sec. 3 Beers, Lowell- csf 1, sen-tetts 1, 25 2, 33 football 1 , 2, 3, spanish club 1, 2 Behrman, Kim Belden, Teri Bell, Keith Belohovek, James Bence, Paul: orchestra 1, stage band 2, 3 Bennett, Kevin Benza, Lorene Bercia, Mark Berry, Kim: a capella choir 35 womens concert choir 25 mixed choir 15 drill team 1 Berry, Rebecca Bethurum, Marci Beyloos, Robert Bianchi, Carol: song leader 35 sen- tetts 2, 3 Biel, Debbie Bigham, Karen Brunton, Kevin Bruton, Marilyn: class rep 1: eagles eye 35 gaa track 15 swimming timer 1 Bryan, Brenda Bryant, Denise: eagles eye 3: spanish club 1, 2 Bryson, Ray Brzovic, Alice: class rep 1, 25 csl2, 3 vice pres. Bumphus, Rose: mixed choir 15 house of reps 1, 2, 3 Burgess, Demita Burkett, Alvin Burkhauser, Valerie Burns, William Burr, Mary: wrestlerettes 2, 3 Burrows, Vicki: gaa volleyball 1, 2, 35 basketball 1, 2, 35 softball 1, 2, 3 Burton, Cynthia Burton, Randall: eagles eye 2, 35 track Blair, Hilary: annual 1, 2, 3 editor, sobobans 3 Blankenship, Raenetta: pep club 3 Bledsoe, Darrell Blink, Scott Blizin, Rhonda: csf 1, sen-tetts 3 Blough, Kaleta: annual 25 House of Reps. 2 Bocanegra, Martin Boden, Blythe Bolar, Ronald Borden, Robyn Borg, Anthony: lettermans club 2, 3 vice pres., football 15 track 1, 2, 35 cross country 2, 3 Bourgoine, Donna Bourgoine, Mary Bowman, Mary Bowman, Robert Bowman, Susan: class officer 3, sec.: student council 3 Bracamonte, Kathleen Bradbury, Edith: afs 15 a capella choir 1, 35 french club 15 track 1, 25 volleyball 1 5 field hockey 15 softball 25 spanish club 2 Bradley, Brian Bradley, Gloria Bradshaw, James Brady, Timothy Brandenburg, Mark Branham, Stephen Brissette, Mark: concert band 1 , 2, 3 vice pres5 marching band 1, 2, 35 csf 1 , 2, 3 Broberg, Cheryl: class officer 3, tres5 wrestlerettes 2, 35 student council 3 Brock, Craig: lootball 1, 2 Broeker, Jeffrey: eagles eye 3 Broholm, Norman: water polo 1, 2, 35 swimming 1 Brookins, Danile Brown, Eugene Brown, William Brownstein, Mark Brundage, Jo Anne 15 cross country 2 Burton, Ted Bushey, Nancy Buskirk, Denny Buza, Jerry: concert band 1, 2, 35 marching band 1, 2, 35 stage band 1, 2, 3 Byers, Paul Cable, Ronald Cagle, Ronnie Calaycay, Valentine Camarena, Wanda: hermanos unidos 1, 2, 3 Campbell, Bruce: leo club 2, 35 football 15diving club 1 Cann, Allin Cantarini, Judy: class rep 1, 25 jv cheerleader 25 pep club 25 basketball 15 track 15 swimming 1, 2 Cardiff, Jennifer Carlberg, Carl: class rep 1 Carlin, John Carmean, Ken: student council 1 vice pres., 2 dir, of industrial arts Carnahan, Scott: drama 1, 2, 35 house of reps 2, 35 speaker of the house 35 swimming 1,35 water polo 1, 2, 35 thespians 2, 35 student council 3 Carpenter, John Carranza, Teresa: csl 1, 2, 35 house ol reps 25 icc 3: sobobans 2, 3 pres. Carrillo, Priscilla Carrillo, Rachel Carroll, Steve: football 3 Castano, Stevan Castledine, Kathy Castro, Lucy Castro, Jolene Caudle, Daniel: water polo 1, 3 Cedeno, Lupe: gaa volleyball 3 Cessford, Kristi Chaple, Charles: football 1: baseball 1, 2, 3: wrestling 1, 2, 3 Chavez, Armando Chavez, Christina: a capella choir 3: womens concert choir 1, pres.: class rep 2: drama 1, 2, 3: icc 3, dir. of activities Chavez, Preston Cherniss, Christopher Chigbrow, Ronald Childs, Randall Chrisman, Debra Christensen, Walter: csf 3: house of reps 3: swimming 1, 2, 3: water polo 1, 2, 3 Christmas, Dolores Cisneros, Janet Clardy, Gregory Clark, Leisa: csf 1, 2 historian, 3 pres.: french club 1, 2 secftreas, 3 pres.: icc 3: sentetts 1: sobobans 2, 3 Clark, Robert Clark, Susan: drama 2, 3: house of reps 3: thespians 2, 3 Clayton, Julie Clegg, Karen: marching band 1 Click, Lori: azurettes 2, 3: marching band 1: bowling club 1: mascot 3: gaa basketball 1:track 1 Clore, Dennis Cole, Roseann Colunga, Maria Conness, Kenneth Conrad, Rita Cook, Edward Cook, Jeftrey: eagles eye 3: football 1, 2: wrestling 2: vica 3 Coonrod, Robert: swimming 1, 2, 3: water polo 1, 2, 3 Cooper, Joanne Cothern, Joanne: csf 1, 2,3 Coulombe, Mark Cox, John: drama 2, 3: thespians 2, 3 Cox, Linda: concert band 1 , 2: marching band 1, 2: gaa softball 2, 3: volleyball 3: basketball 3 Crans, Pam: wrestlerettes 1 pres., 2: womens concert choir 1: eagles eye 2: wrestling stat. 1, 2: gaa volleyball 1, 2 Cripps, Elizabeth Crocker, Patricia Crow, Dennis: football 1, 2, 3: track 1, 2, 3 Crowley, Wendy: marching band 2, 3: shields 2, 3 capt: bowling club 1: gaa track 1, 2, 3: basketball 1, 2, 3 Cruz, Brian: marching band 1 Cruz, Cynthia Cuevas, Rosario Cunningham, Elizabeth: bowling club 1: eagles eye 1: tennis 1, 2: gaa basketball 1, 2, 3 Cunningham, Marilyn: bsu 1, 2 drill team capt: mixed choir 3: pep club 3 sec. Cunningham, Mark: swimming 1 Cunningham, Rebecca Curry, Vivian Curtis, Audrey Daniel, Loraine Danielson, Karen Dadey, Theresa Darda, George Davenport, Jodilynn: songleader 1, 2, 3 head: sentetts 2, 3 Davenport, Steven Davis, Gregory Davis, Maryalice Day, Denise Dayberry, Rochelle Dearen, Gregory DeArk, Anita DeBranch, Stephan Delbert, Randall DeLaRosa, Alex: iootball 1, 2, 3 DeLaRosa, Rachel DeIgado,Carolyn Demaio, Mark Demidio, Denise Desantis, Robert Dietz, Michael Dillon, Phyllis Dilworth, Robert Dobbs, Robert Dominick, Richard: swimming 1,2 Donnelly, Dale: marching band 1, 2 sec, 3 drum major: concert band 1, 2, 3: csf 1, 2, 3: swimming 1: key club 2, 3 Donohue, Cynthia Donovan, Denise Dorado, Alice Doyle, Vinceen: bowling club 1 : house of reps 1 Drage, James Dragun, Anthony: class rep 1: csf 1: ecology club 2 treas: leo club 2, 3: speech team 1, 2: tennis 2 Duncan, Lisa Dunkel, Kathy Duran, Sandra DuSair, Sheri Easley, Stephen Eastwood, Edith Edie, Elizabeth Edward, Michael Ege, Patricia Elias, Lillian: class officer 2: hermanos unidos 1: jocks 1: soph cheerleader 1 EII, Randall: asb officer 3 sec. of state Ellis, Donald: als 3: csf 1, 2: leo club 2, 3: letterman's club 2, 3: football 1, 2, 3: track 1 L student council 3 Endicott, Elton English, James: letterman's club 2, 3: football 1, 2, 3: basketball 1, 2, 3: track 1 Enriquez, Sylvia Estrada, Gary Estrada, Gloria Estrada, Manuel: basketball 1, 2: football 3 Estrada, Mary: drill team 1 , 2, 3 Eubank, Margaret Eubanks, Susan Evans, Norma Ewers, Debbie Fairburn, Sandra Fansler, Lee Farley, Darrell Farlow, Kathleen Farmer, Kristi Fawcett, Cynthia: clas rep 1: csf 1, 2: tennis 2 Fawcett, James: house of reps 1, sgt. at arms: letterman's club 2 sgt. at arms, 3 pres.: football 1, 2, 3: wrestling 1, 2, 3 Ferguson, Amanda: csf 1, 3: eagles eye 2,3 editor: icc 3: sobobans 3: student council 3 Fernandez, Grace Field, Celeste Fields, Leslie Fieldse, Linda Finneran, Karen Flores, Dorene: marching band 2, 3: eagles eye 3: drill team 2, 3: hermanos unidos 2, 3 Flores, Joseph: concert band 1, 2, 3: marching band 1, 2, 3: stage band 2, 3 Flores, Richard Flowers, Gerald: house of reps 2, 3: track 1, 2, 3 Forbes, Kari Forster, Patricia Foulk, Carmela Fowler, Jacquelyn: shields 2, 3 Fox, Peter Foy, Kimberlyn Francisco, Bruce Freed, Susan Freeman, Timothy French, Julie Froke, Kimzcsf 1, 2, 3: letterman's club 3: swimming 1 , 2, 3: water polo 1 , 2, 3: student council 3 treas: key club 2, 3 treas Fuentes, Arnold Fuerte, Sid Gade, Raymond Gade, Susan Gagnon, Mark Galvan, Jamie Galvin, Mary Garcia, Arturo Garcia, Delia Garcia, Jack: football 1, 2: track 2, 3: cross country 3 Garcia, Timothy Garcia, Urben Garcia, Vera Garcilazo, Debbie Garretson, Karen: class rep 1: csf 1, 2 vice pres: house of reps 3: seniors 219 220 seniors sobobans 2, 3, gaa tennis 2 Gentry, Cynthia George, Louis Gerhard, Gary Genh, Sonia' gaa track 2, 3, basketball 2, 3 Gianni, Jeflrey, letterman's club 2. lootball 1 , 2, track 1 , wrestling 1, 2 Gibson, Dalton Giguere, Patrick french club 2, 3 Gilbert, Jane Gilbert, Mark Gilbert,Tracy Giles, Rhonda Gillespie, Donna: bsu 3 Gilliam, Donna Gilyard, Milton Glass, Chandra Gnehm, Laurie: house of reps 1: varsity cheerleader 2, head, soph cheerleader 1 co-head, pep club 2: sobobans 2, 3, gaa track 1, 2, dir. ol pep and assemblies 3 Goddard, Brian Gomez, Eileen: azurettes 1, 2, 3 pres, icc 3 parliamentarian, jocks 1 , iv batgirl 1 Gomez, Patrick Gonzales, Ralph Goodspeed, Corinne Goodwin, Anthony Gordon, Dawn als 3 hist,Csi 1,2 hist,, 3, ecology club 1, 2, house of reps 2, flags 3, sobobans 2, 3 hist. Gordon, Roben: swimming 1 , 2, 3, water polo 2, 3 Gordon, Sherida Gottlieb, Aryea: annual 3, cst 1 , 2, 3, house of reps 3, leo club 2, 3 sec, tennis 2, 3, key club 2, 3 Gottlieb, Tobi Goyette, Cindy: drama 1 , 2, 3, thespians 2, 3 treas. Grabner, Linda Graft, Lori Graham, Crystal: bowling club 2, 3 Graham, Delbert Grant, Randy Gray, Denise Greeley, William annual 1, drama 1 , 2, 3 hist, house of reps 3, thespians 2, 3, eagles eye 2, 3, french club 1 , 2, 3 hist, student council 3 fine arts dir. Green, Julia Green, Phillip Grenslitt, Denise Grider, Carlos: wrestling 1, 3 Grim, Paula Grove, Robert' leo club 2, 3, track 2, 3, wrestling 1, 2 Guillen, Ernest Gulla, Keith: letterman's club 3, football 1, 2, 3, baseball 1, 2, 3 Gunther, Laura: class officer 3 pres Gutierrez, Gary basketball stat. 3 Gutierrez, Gilbert Hale, Steven Hall, Susan, house ol reps 13 azurettes 1, 2, 3, soph cheerleader 1, sobobans 3 Hamada, Pamela Hamilton, Elizabeth Hamilton, Gerald Hamilton, Kenneth Hamilton, Regina Hamilton, William vica 3 Hamman, James Hancock, Regina Haney, Cynthia hiking club 1 Hankey, Deborah Hannah, Paul Hansen, Rebecca Hansen, Sharon Hanson, Sharon Harbert, Virginia Hardman, Corrine Harmon, Cindy: bowling club 3, pep club 3 vice pres, track 2 Harps, William Harrell, Elton Harrell, Kathi Harris, Tim Harrison, Robert Hawkins, Chris Hays, Shaun Hays, Susan. sen-tetts 3 Heard, Patricia Hein, Phillip Heiner, Gary: eagles eye 2, cartoonist Held, Brian: class rep 1, house ol reps 2, letterman's club 3, track 1, 2, 3 Hemstreet, Ruth: annual 2, 3, a capella choir 1, 2, 3, madrigal singers 2,3, iv football stat. 3 Hendrickson, Kim Henriksen, Richard Herkelrath, Larry Hernandez, Frances Hernandez, Guadalupe Hernandez, Nora: drill team 1 , 2, 3, sobobans 3 Herron, Patrick, vica 1 Herzog, Joseph Hippenstiel, Mary Hlebo, Terrence Hobbs, Thomas: house ol reps 1, basketball 1 Hodgson, Ginger Hoeppner, Kevin Holfman, Marcia Hogan, Dennis Holbrook, Chris Holladay, Rory Holley, Andre Hollman, General Holm, Donald Holman, Crystal Hood, Douglas: letterman's club 2, 3 sgt at arms, lootball 1, 2, 3 Hooks, Maxie Horenburg, Cathy Hornbeck, Marilou: csf 1, 2, 3, sen- tetts 1, 2, 3, sobobans 3 Hornsby, William, football 1, 2, 3, baseball 1,2, 3 Horvatinovich, Kenneth Hoy, Brian Hoyle, Danny Hughes, Robert' letterman's club 2, lootball 2, basketball 1, 2, baseball 1, 2 Huie, Mike, nfl 1,21 pep club 1 vice pres, 2 sec, lootball 1, 2, wrestling 1, 2 Humpert, Michael Hurley, Karen Hynek, Gweyn Inge, Karen Ingram, Frank Ingram, Russell Inman, John: bowling club 3, track 1, 2, 3, house of reps 1 , student council 3 dir. ol activities lram, Kim Jackson, John Jacques. Rebecca Jamieson, Robert Jantz, Cory Jaramillo, Donald concert band 1, 2, 3 pres., marching band 1, 2, 3 pres stage band 1 , 2, 3 Johnson, Debra: cross country 2 Johnson, Donna iv cheerleader 2, sen-tetts 2, 3 sgt. at arms Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson JOi1t1SOl'l , Linda, drill team 1, 2 , Milton , Patricia Rocky , Shawna Tekla Johnson, , Tony Jones, Cynthia Jones, Dale Jones, Debra Jones, Ted Jones, Teresa: bsu 3 Jones, Terry Kaminski,Dai.-ei ie Kaney, Thomas Kashak,Chris Kean, Mary: drama 1, drill team 1 Keele, Patricia Kennedy,Daniel Kennedy, Mark Kershow, Robin Kesterson, Kevin Keyes, Kenneth Keys, Lynda: eagles eye 2 Kidwell, Diana Kilman, John: wrestling 2, 3 King, Bradley' water polo 1, moto- cross team 2, 3 King, Kurt King, Robbin: a capella choir 2, womans concert choir 1, songleader 3 King, Robert Kingry, Douglas Klaers, Janet Kleespies, Mark Klein, Michael drama 3, house ol reps 3 speaker pro tem, icc 3, leo club 2 vicepres, 3 pres, letterman's club 2, 3, football 1, 2, 3, track 1 , 2, german Club 2 Klovski, Vicki Knowles, Gregory Knudsen, Michele: azurettes 1 , 2 Kobs, Judy Kohler, Dennis Kroepll, Kathleen. bowling club 3, pep club 3 Krueger, Steven Kushner, Tami Lamb, Susan Lambert, Jan: womens concert choir 1, 2, lolk choir3, csf 3, house of reps 1 , 2, 3, sobobans 3, gaa bowling 1 Landrum, Luther Lane, Rebecca Latanation, Andrea' azurettes 3, drama 2, 3, eagles eye 1, 2, 3, flags 3 Lawson, Cheryl Lay, Richard Lee, Beth: soph cheerleader 1, wrestlerettes 2, track 1, 2, 3, volleyball 3 Lee, Danny Lee, Dennie Lee, Wayne Lenz, Eric: french club 1, leo club 2 treas, 3 treas, nfl 2, 3, speech team 2 pres, track 2, 3, key club 2, 3 Leon, Mark Leyerly, Tommy Leyva, Olga Leyva, Ronald Linaberg, Jean drama 2, drill team 1 Lindberg, Jeri: house ot reps 2 Lizotte, Terry Lockwood, Celeste Long, Colleen Long, Terri Loukos, Christine Lovan, Paul Love, Ona Love, Robin Lowe, Richard Lozano. John Lozano, Laura Lukens, Christina. class rep 1, house of reps 3,icc 3 vice pres, sen-tetts 2 hist, 3 pres, bowling team 1 Lum, Kenneth Lumley, Ricky Luna, Gabriel Lutes, Carrie Lyles, Debra, womens concert choir 1, csf 1 g mixed choir 1, drama 2, house of reps 2, 3: drill team 1. wrestlerettes 2, 3, pep club 2 MacDougall, Susan Machacek, Kevin Maggart, Linda Maire, Bruce Mairs, Michael Mango, Joseph Mann, Linda: a capella choir 1, 2, womens concert choir 1 Mansion, Yvette, bsu 1, 2 hist, 3: class rep 1, house of reps 1, 2: gaa soltball stat 2: volleyball 3: bsu drill team 1 , 2, 3 Manzano, Michael Markley, Mark Marshall, Richard Martin, Dave Martin, Debora: jocks 1: jv cheerleaders 2, soph cheerleaders 1, sen-tetts 2, 3: swimming 1 Martinez, Alice, house ot reps 2, wrestlerettes 2, 3 pres Martinez, Dana Martinez, Leonard: baseball 2, 3 Mascetti, Michael: lettermans club 2, 3 sgt. at arms, football 1, 2, 3: track 1, wrestling 1, 2, 3 Mascetti, Sharon: drama 2, house ol reps 1 , 3, drill 1, 2 Masotto, Christopher Matthews, Michael: lettermans club 2: football 1 , 2, 3, basketball 1 , 2, 3, baseball 1, 2, 3: track 1 Matuszek, Sharon Maxson, Cynthia May, Petra Mayoral, Richard Mazola, Louis McBride, Michael: football 3, vica 1, 2, 3 pres, McCain, Lisa MmcCleery, Virgina McCoy, Leslie: bsu 3, basketball 1, 2, 3, baseball 2 McCreary, Pamela McDemott, Robin McFann, Ross McGrail, Lynne McGuire, Sherri: wrestlerettes 3 McKinney, Cheryl McMullen, Kevin McNair, Rene Mecier, Jacquelin Medina, Eduardo Melia, Timothy: class officer pres. 1, 2, football 1, 2, baseball 1, 2,3 Mendonca, Danette: als 3, annual 3, a capella choir 3, womens concert choir 2, mixed choir 1, class officer 3 soc. chair, sobobans 3, iv football stat 3 Merten, Sharon: mascot 1,2, track 1, 2: swimming 1 Merten, Vickie Messenger, Dannette: azurettes 2, 3, house of reps 1 Metcalf, Roxanne Metz, Margaret: csf 1, 2, 3, house ol reps 3: sobobans 2, 3: speech team 1, 3 Meyers, Pamela Meyers, Dorothy Meza, Leticia Miller, Bruce Miller, Debra Miller, George Miller, Kent Miller, Regina: csf 1 , 2, 3, house of reps 1, 2, sobobans 2, 3 treas. Mills, Vlhlliam Mincer, Harry Mineo, Charles, dir o1pub.3 Miranda, Danette sen-tetts 1, 2, 3 Mitchell, Kathy csf 1, 2, 3 Mitton, Cindy Motlitt, Patricia: bowling club 3 Monreal, Ronald Moore, Ellen Morales, Bernard: football 1, 2, 3, baseball 1, 2, 3 Moreno, Jeannette: hermanos unidos 2, 3, mecha 1 , spanish club,2 treas. Morreale, Joseph Morris, Chris Morrison, Rhonda Morrison,, Teri Moruzzi, Roy Mower, Regina: womens concert choir 1, a capella choir 2, 3, drama 1 , 2, 3, :thespians 2 treas, 3 vice pres, Muckenfuss. Kathleen: als 1, 2, annual 3, a capella 1, 2, csf 2, 3, ecology club 1, sobobans 2, 3, basketball 2, 3, tennis 3, swimming 2, 3 Mulligan, Thomas Murdock, Vicki Murphy, Jacklynn: a capella choir 2, 3 vice pres, womens concert choir 1, 2, folk choir 3, mixed choir 1 , drill team 1, 2, 3 2nd lt, coln. Myers, Bruce Nava, Lydia' shield 1, 2, hermanos unidos 1, house of reps 1 , gaa baseball 3 Nece, Catherine: azurettes 1, 2: class rep 1, eagles eye 2: sentetts 3: football stat 1, moto-cross team club 3 Nehring, Susan Neigel, Edward Nelson, Steven Nelson, Timothy Newlee, Michael: house of reps 1, basketball 1,2, 3, baseball 1, 2, 3, german club 3 vice pres. Nikonchuk, Martin: stage band 1 , 2, 3: concert band 1, 2, 3, marching band 1, 2, 3 drum major, track 2 Nikonchuk, Michael Noon, Jonna Noyles, Stephenye Odenbach, Stephenie Oka, Michael Olague, Jean: eagles eye 3, ecology club 2, hermanos unidos 1, 2, 3 Ornelas, Cynthia: shields 1, 2 capt, 3 lt, csf 1 , gaa basketball 1 Orona, Jeanette: ecology club 1, hermanos unidos 2 Ortega, Lucille Overstreet, Marianne' concert band 1, marching band 1, drill team 2: baseball 1, swimming 1 Owens, Diana: sobobans 3 Palmer, Marcy Palmer, Phyllis Parker, James Parker, Nicole: sen-tetts 1, 2, 3 Parks, Patricia Parr, Rodney Parras, Gene Pate, Cathryn: azurettes 3, csf 2, fta 1, 2, volleyball stat 1 Pate, Ralph Patolina, Carl Patton, Debra Pava, Bill Pearson, Linda Peraza, Timothy: water polo 1 , moto- cross club 2, 3 pres. Perchan, Pamela: sen-tetts 3 Perez, Dorina Perez, Robert Perkins, Toni Perse, Paula: sen-tetts 3 Peterson, Valerie Petsas, Kathryn: flags 2: gaa baseball 2: gaa track 1: back packng club 1 Phelan, Cathi: concert band 1, 2, 3, marching band 1, 2, 3 Phelps, Kathy Pochatko, Ray Poirier, Robert Porter, Mark Porto, Drew: class rep 3, house of reps 3, moto-cross team 2, 3 Potter, Norman: letterman's club 2 treas, 3 treas, track 1 , 2, 3, cross country 2, 3, key club 1 Potterton, Wanda Potts, Susan Poulos, Patricia: ecology club 1, 2, house of reps 2, drill team 1 Prater, Cynthia Preciado, John Pruiksma, Robert seniors 221 222 seniors Pulsifer, Rae Purtee, Donna Pytlik, Nancy: womens concen choir 1, mixed choir 1 , csf 1, 2, 3, drama 2, 3, drill team 2, pep club 1 , 2, sobobans 3, thespians 3 Quick, Roy: chess club 2, cross country 1 Ouihuis, Milo Ouillin, Katherine Raub, Victoria Ramsey, Dana Ray, Deborah Raymer, Shawn Reasoner, Donald Reasoner,Teri1 madrigals 3 Redmond, Linda, drill 1, 2, 3 Reed, Sherry Reed, Ava Reed, Melissa Reitf, Ronald Renick, Cynthia Reyes, Gonzalo Reynolds, Joyce: shields 3, womens concert choir 3, drama 3, track 1 Rhoades, Susanne Rice, Gary: football 1, 2 Rice, Laurie Rice, Steven Rich, Lynne Richards, Diana: marching band 3, shields 3, a capella choir 3, womens concert choir 1, 2 Richards, Donna: bowling club 1, pep club 1, basketball 1, 3, baseball 1, 3, water polo 3 manager Ricks, Kathy Rigg, John Riggin, Robert Riley, Christy: bowling club 3, csi 2, sobobans 2, 3 vice pres. Rios, Anna Roark, Cynthia Roark, Deborah Roberts, Debbie Roberts, Stephen Robertson, James Robinson, David: concert band 1, 2, 3, marching band 1, 2, 3, class officer 2, csf 1, 2, 3: house of reps 3 speaker pro tem, speech team 2, tennis 2, 3, student council 2, 3, key club 2, 3 Rodecker, Barbara Rodgers, Evelyn Rodgers, Roy Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Joseph Rodriguez, Santiago: concert band 1, french club 3, track 2, cross country 2, swimming 3 Rogers, Rocky Rohrer, David: afs 3, csf 1, 2, 3, icc 2 vice pres, 3, swimming 1, 2, 3, water polo 1, 2, 3, student council 2, 3 asb pres, german club 1, 2, 3, key club 2 pres, 3 Rollings, Nancy Rosenleel, Carol: mixed choir 1, drama 2, 3: house of reps 3, gaa basketball 2 Royal Leslie: jocks 1 social chairman, sen-tetts 1, 2 sec, 3 vice pres., baseball stat 1, 2, 3 Rucker, Craig Rucker, David: football 1, basketball 3, baseball 1,2, 3 Ruebe, Bambi Ruggles, Mark Rund, Patricia Saavedra, Rosalie Saenz, Ruben Sagona, Patricia Sagona, William Sanchez, Daniel Sanchez, Debra Sanchez, Lauri: mixed choir 2, basketball 2, volleyball 3 Sanchez, Ralph: football 1, 2, 3, baseball 1, 2, 3, wrestling 1 Sanders, Wanda Sarr, Raymond Sauceda, Jeri: sen-tetts 1, 2, 3, jocks 1, track 1 Sauceda, Teri: sen-tetts1, 2, 3, locks' 1 1 track 1 Savage, Ronald Schmidt, Edith: als 3 foreign exchange student, bowling club 3 vice pres, wrestlerettes 3, student council 3 Scott, Denise Sease, Patty Sebelius, Kurt Serna, Arthur Serrano, Priscilla: sen-tetts 1, 2, 3, spanish club 3, gaa volleyball 1, 3, basketball 1, swimming 3 Sharpe, Tracy Shaw, Lisa Shiery, Glen Short, Michael Shuey, Geneva Sias, Cheryl: wrestlerettes 1, 2 co- head Sieberf, Sandra Siebert, Shawnie: a capella choir 3, womens concert choir 2, annual 2, mixed choir 1 , flags 3 alt, drill team 1 , swimming 2 Sierra, Gloria Simon, Sherry Simonson, Kurt Sipos, Lynetta Skeen, Peggy Skinner, Mary Anne Skipper, Joe Sluder, John Smith, Alice Smith, Christine: eagles eye 3 Smith, Hope Smith, Michael Smith, Paula Smith, Terry Sowders, Rodney Spruill, Helen 5: ' eww .V wwf.. fm , ,Q si' fir- V NM' 4 .w jf ga -Zvg, . '- ' ' . xl: ' rs f Squires, Manin Stanton, Trudy Stapleton, Joey Stapleton, Vicki Stark, Steven Steele, Clayton Steele, Daniel Steele, Jeribeth Slengel, Rebecca Stephan, Sheryl: flags 1 , 2, 3, spanish club 3 Stephenson, Betty Stockman, Danette Stocksfill, Carl Stone, Teresa Straight, Elizabeth Straka, Cheryl Straka, Teresa Streeter, Julie Strommer, Kurt Stryker, Theresa: drama 3, eagles eye 2, ecology club 2, 3 pres, french club 2, 3, icc 2, speech team 1, 2 vice pres, 3, basketball 1, bike club 3 Stull, Karen Sundho,lm, Kathleen Szypusz, Steven Tatf, Lawrence Talbott, Ronald Tanner, James Tanner, Wayne Tannery, Larry Tapp, Paula: flags 3 co-head: azurettes 2, 3, bsu 1, a capella choir 1, 2, 3, madrigal singers 2, 3, class rep 2, 3, house of reps 1, 2 recorder, sobobans 3 Taylor, James Taylor, Sharon: bowling club, pep club 3 Taylor, Steven: football 1, 2, track 1, 2 Teachout, Timothy Theodore, Milton: a capella choir 1, 2 pres, 3, madrigal singers 1 , 2, 3, track 1 Thomas, Chris: concert band 1, 2, marching band 1, 2, creative writing 3 pres: stage band 1, track 3 Thome, Martin Thompson, Carol Tl1OmDson, Patricia: gaa basetball 2, 3 Thompson, Penny: drill team 1, jv cheerleader 2, varsity cheerleader 3 Thompson, Vikki: class officer 1 sec, jocks 1, baseball 1, azurettes 2, 3 Thornburg, Thomas Thornton, Garry: letterman's club 2, 3, football 1, 2, 3: house of reps 2: wrestling 1, 2, 3 Thurman, Jill Tindall, Margaret Tishkoff, Judith: afs 2, 3: csf 1, 2, 3 sec: sobobans 2, 3 soc. chairman Titgen, David: mixed choir 1: water polo 1 , 2 Tobiska, Merry Torres, Mary Townley, Robin: football 3: baseball 3 Townsend, Cindy Townsend, Jamie Tucker, Bonnie Turner, Vernon: mixed choir 1 : eagles eye 2, 3 Tutt, Shirley Tye, Anita Tyler, Paul Tyree, Nola Uhl, Wendy: class officer 3 vice pres: csf 1, 2,fta1: house of reps 33 sobobans 2, 3: student council 3 VanFrank, Steven: track 1, 2, 3 Vannorstrand, Alan Vasquez, Dennis: football 1: basketball s1, 2, 3: baseball 1, 2, 3 Vasquez, George Vasquez, Michael Vasquez, Richard: stage band 1 , 2 Vazquez, Magdalena Veres, Betty jo Vigneault, John Visbal, Darlene Voss, Jeffrey: moto-cross team 2, 3 Wagner, Debora: house of reps 1: soph cheerleader 1 : varsity cheerleader 2 Walker, Cindy Walker, Jim Wall, Tena: class officer 2 sec, ecology club 2: sobobans 3: gaa basketball 2 Walsh, Mary Ward, Toni Warren, Melba Warren, Tamara Wasson, Stephanie Watkins, Cyndi Watkins, Teresa: azurettes 1 , 2, 3 vice pres. Watts, Denise: class rep 1 : csf 1, french club 1: house of reps 1, 2: drill team 1 , 2 lt. col, 3 col Watts, Valerie: afs 2: class rep 1: csf 1, 2, 3: sen-tetts 2: sobobans 2, 3 sec: student council 3 hist: german club 2 Webster, Steven Weeks, Sandra Weening, Dirk Weiler, Merrie Welch, Ronald Wessel, Sandra Westfall, Linda: eagles eye 2: drill team 1, 2: sobobans 3 Westmoreland, Patty Wheaton, Laura Whidden, Mark Whiteaker, Danny Whiteaker, Ronald: csf 2: drama 2, 3: poetry 2 Wiggins, Karen Wiglesworth, Margie Wild, Allen Wiley, Robert Williams, Debra: bsu 1, 2, 3 Williams, Dianna Williams, Scheryl Willis, Chris Willis, Patricia: bsu 1, 2, 3 vice pres. Wilson, Andre: football 3: basketball 1 , 2, 3: baseball 1, 2, 3 Wilson, Cynthia Wilson, Herbert Wilson, Judith: marching band 2, 3: shields 2: a capella choir 3: womens concert choir 2: folk singers 3: csf 1, 2: baton twirler 3 Wilson, Raymond Windsor, Corri Witman, Laura: bowling club 1: mixed choir 1 , 3: drama 2 Wold, Suzanne Wolfley, Ronald Woods, Raymond Woodward, Sheila Wright, Ronald Wright, Susan: csf 1, 3: sobobans 3 Wyand, Diane: gaa 1 , 2 Yost, Daniel: concert band 1, 2, 3: marching band 1, 2, 3: stage band 2, 3 Yzaguirre, Gilbert Zagon, Andrew: jocks 3 Zamora, Jorge Zanone, Charlene Zeidler, Michael Zarbok, David Zimmerman, Pam Zmudka, Cathy Zrekak, Janice Zuno, Martha Zygutis, Scott: concert band 1, 2, 3: marching band 1, 2, 3: eagles eye 2 seniors 223 Ana Acosta Marie Albert 'X 1 '- Tena Alexander Walter Alexander Kathleen Allen in fda. ,Ili Kerry Allen Sharon Allen Sherry Allen Debra Alloway Alice Almaraz Andrew Alvarez Eric Alvarez Michael Alvarez Philip Ambrose Lori Andersen " ' , ." . 'T 4 'A an ,' a 'K ' "fl f. . ' A 45' f v 1 , 7 , 1 , Y , ,, - i- r My-., .,4 , , ' ilu, a,' v . , ' fm W, , A Y .. fl ,A , V ,,. ,W A gym' We g ,, , A 4,,.,,,,,,4 4 ' ' t' I f ,, 11' 'KM W ff '. 1 ff - fl x Q, f"'4G, ""',':JJ1 , fu , YN ' , ABOVE: Mark Muckenfusis works to cut down his butterfly time. RIGHT: To find additional research for his classes Gene Ray makes use of the Rialto public library. 224 juniors Bernice Bingham Kelly Bird Christine Bishop Melinda Blackbur Bruno Anderson John Anderson Patricia Anderson Richard Anderson Steven Anderson Steve Andrews Louie Arellano Judi Argo Becky Arnce Ken Ashworth Doreen Assumma Valeria Austin Robin Bailey Bobbin Bailie Cheryl Baker Daniel Baker Karen Baland Stephanie Ballard Janet Ballejos Richard Barker Jeffrey Barrett Karen Barrett Deborah Barton Ron Batcha Larosa Beamon Randy Beasley Michelle Beery Laurie Beedie Dawn Behnke Nancy Beightol Bruce Belden Kenneth Benedict Jeff Bentley Martin Berg Denise Bicondova Lynn Blumenthal Steven Blumenthal Anthony Bocanegra Bill Boden Mary Bombek Brian Boteler Philip Bowers Gerald Bowman Thomas Bowman Grace Bracamonte Gloria Bradley Kim Brandenburg Nash Briones Paula Brissette Brian Bristol Jack Brooks Brenda Brown Kerry Brown Lisa Brown Brian Brownridge Cheryl Bryan Connie Bryson ABOVE: Toby l-loft and Nancy Jorgenson stop for a few moments after school has ended RIGHT Dur ing metal shop Mark Sowell and Gary Hawkins take a break behind Mr. Parkers desk QA? Sandra Brzovic Lori Bullard Linda Bunn Dale Burlord Karrie Burmeister Kathleen Burton Terence Buscarino Caron Buskirk Edward Butler Wayne Byers Elisa Cabral tvlaria Cabral Tony Cabral Rebecca Cabrera Frances Cahill Kenneth Cain Jovita Calderon James Calkins Lynette Callier Dommi Campana Debra Campbell Sandra Campbell Jerry Campos Cherie Canada Rebecca Canary LEFT: Students gather at lunch tor tun, classes 227 228 classes Emilio Cano Michael Card Kathryn Cardiff Craig Carlin Eugene Carnell Cecilia Carranza Henry Carrillo Michael Carris John Carson Cynthia Carter 'C' RIGHT: Students in print shop decide on which type of print to use. John Carter Wendell Casson Jose Castaneda Katherine Cech Joseph Cefalu Patricia Chaftin Mark Chaney Phyllis Chavez Richard Chavez Anthony Cherniss Kevin Christensen Scott Christensen Betty Christiansen Maria Cinko Marla Clark fb 1 Y- Y' JL Lf 44444 Ill!! Dolores Cuevas Richard Cummings Paul D Arca Angela Daugette William Clark Julie Cline William Colfer Sharon Coffman Kathy Cole Tonna Cole Dale Conjurski Eric Contrekas Yolanda Contreras Michelle Cook Occonna Cook Craig Corbin Catherine Corcoran Wilma Cordle Lolita Cortez Matthew Coulson Dennis Cox John Cox Annette Crandell Debra Crane Danni Creed Steven Crist Gregory Cross Melody Crouch Robin Crowley LEFT: Bill Groeneveld and Shirley Hart dis cuss viewpoint of a story in English. classes 229 230 classes Gvvenette Davey Debra Detelix Richard Delatorre Ophelia Deleon Patricia Demerest Ann Demers David Denton Charles DeSadier Tina Desoto Michael Dettinger Davvn DeVault Mary Dillon Jeanette Dobler Tina Donovan Cynthia Dowd Dorothy Dowling Harry Drake Sally Drake Donald Dudzinski Laura Dunn Thomas Dunn Robert DuSair Richard Dye Donna Dyell ABOVE: While walking to their next class, Kim Brandenburg and Jan Guzik discuss different matters. RIGHT: Lisa Ouihuis, Sandy Metz and Debby Garcia take advantage of a sunny day to eat lunch outside in the quad. V . M , ,I A x 4 .1 7 5 I - V7 - ' . . N 0 Z'-Ap: 5 t 1. PN V ICH if- .T 'I 4 s' A ,pta W, , .r 44 . ff J 'WT ' if txf , ,Q , - . 'l 5 O Y 1 s 1 ef 4 5 fir ill E 'H ul, wry W, ,V gg i S . l . , , " ' If' f ..,, mm ,,,,. ., ,, ' ff gg! , l Azarias Foulk Rebecca Fousl Dawn Francisco Gail Fraser Bonnie Earle Diana Edmonds Waite Edmonds lrene Edwards Jonathan Edwards Michael Ege Mary Ekaitis Francis Elick Phillip Elliott Floy Ellis Shari Emanuelson John Erlil Dennis Escamilla Lisa Espinosa Diane Evans E John Evans John Fanning Jody Farr Thomas Felicetta Floberl Fenwick Douglas Fellel Cynthia Fiacco Amy Field Gary Field Daniel Finneran Penny Fleischer Daniel Fleming Karen Flood Phillip Florence Jeanne Flores Melody Flores Vera Flores Marlene Florez Roxanne Flory Lisa Forster classes 231 Marie Frederick Shirley French Donna Fritz Lisa Fromm Cecelia Gabaldon Philip Gagnon Peggy Gaines Debra Garcia George Garcia Patricia Garcia Cynthia Garrett Steven Garrett Michael Gaughron Kenneth Gaumond Richard Gentry Patty George Karen Gesek James Glambosso Susan Gibbons Gary Gilbert John Gilbert Voncille Gilbert William Gilbert Deeanna Gilbreath Karen Gilyard Chandra Glass Robert Glaubig Carol Glazier Debra Glore Richard Glunt Gary Goebel Pamela Goings James Golden Pamela Golden LEFT Linda Bunn and Shirley Hart take time to have a couple of laughs OPPOSITE PAGE David Nehem stops at Becky Arnces, locker between Anthony Gonzales Patricia Gonzales Nathan Goodly Gary Goodwin Richard Goodwin Tobi Gottlieb Christian Grace Lisa Graft Heather Graham Katherine Graham Sharon Graham James Grant Shirley Grant James Gray Robert Graykowski Joseph Graziano David Greenberg Robert Gribbin Ann Gripton William Groeneveld Gregory Groshong Gloria Gruber Sylvia Guerra Terry Guerrero Daniel Gunther Janelle Guzik Michael Guzik Randall Guzik Michael Guzy OPPOSITE PAGE: Students watch cheerlead- f ers during homecoming pep assembly, i RIGHT: Richard Lind rushes quickly out of Mr. Reupert's history class, 234 classes Robin Hagbloom Kevin Hagus Mark Hall Burgess Hallums Irene Hamilton Robert Hamilton Timothy Hamilton Donald l-laney John Haney James Hanson Vicki Harlander Albert Harris Byron Harris Gerald Harris Stephany Harris Robert Harrison Shirlee Hart Gary Hatfield Timothy Hawkins Randy Haynes Michael Heath Renee Heft Brian Heller Emily Hernandez Louis Hernandez v-. M Vickie Hernandez Paul Herrera Laurel Hiatt Robert Hill Steve Hindahl Jerome Hlebo Allan Hodges Toby Hoff Jerry Hollis Elaine Hollman Pamela Holloway Cheryl Holthaus Randall Holylield David Hood Robert Hooks Danny Hopkins David Horenburg Claire Horrocks Glenn Horton Luke Howard Sheral Howard Kevin Hoyle Pamela Hudson Douglas Hughbanks Margaret Hummel Mark Hunt Michael lannone Gail Inge Michael Inglis Janet lvans Kevin Ivey Bell Jack 236 classes Beverly Jackson Hugh Jackson Donald James Jose Jimenez Cheri Johnson Eric Johnson Janet Johnson Mark Johnson Melissa Johnson Sally Johnson Tami Johnsor Diane Jollifl Angela Jones Terry Jones Douglas Jordan Nancy Jorgenson Frank Juarez Mary Kaufman Tamara Kean Victoria Keegan Jeffrey Keithley Jeffrey Kessinger Mitchal Kimball John King Vicki King Rick Kingsley Glen Kinion Colleen Kirkpatrick Wanda Kirschinger Drew Kleibrink James Kline Randy Knight Timothy Knutson William Koch Edward Krisher Laura Kruger Ronald Kruger Monica Kutch Kurtis Lackman Sharon Lambert 'wr' ln fl iris' ig f e My Q2 K 1 Nr Ash LEFT: Carol Glazier and Dave l-lood sit and talk for awhile during their lunch period, BOTTOM: Jamie Gray takes his daily walk to his next class, ff X I V i Diane Lang Mark Lange Tammy Lange Gerald Langham Norman Lanier Kathy Latson Robert Laughlin Esther Lebert Lori Lecompte Gary Lee Gary Lehmer Julie Lester Jerry Lewis Trena Lewis Wendell Leyerly Jennifer Liffiton Dale Linaburg Richard Lind Sherry Lindsay Roben Lipsey David Lofton Ann Logsdon Nanci Long Ronald Long Tara Loper Veronica Lopez Michele Lorenz Loretta Love Karen Lowe David Lugo Stephanie Lukens Richard Lum Vivian Lutz Leonard Lynch Rhonda Lynch David Lyons Michael Lyons Duncan MacGregor Ronald Macias Ruben Madrid Rudollo Magallanes Opal Mann Ray Mariedth Rebecca Marko Lisa Markofl Roman Marquez George Marshall Gregory Martinez Ruben Martinez Deborah Mathews Ronald Matuszek Shelley McAllister Donald McAlpine Tamry McCauley :,lJrtf -4 1 , 4 ma, ,-1 -..,,,- i,1,:,,i.,.,:: BQ I 4 . ,, 4 1 6' N Anthony McClintic Patrick McCormick Michelle McCoy Billie Jo McCrary Barbara McDowell John McDowell Terrance McDowell Dee McFadden Randy McFarland James McGee Kimberly McGee Paul McGowen James Mclnnes Randal Mclntyre Martha McKay LEFT: Walter Alexander sits and lets his mind relax during lunch. H' L' X J , Pamela McKinney Sheila McLellan Mark McLalland Joyce McMillan Edward Mclxlorton Brenda Mead Timothy Meahan Enrique Medina Nancy Meek KayCee Meeks RIGHT Julie Roberts puts finishing touches on her ceramics project. Geraldine Mejia Jennifer Meloon Charles Mena Arturo Mendoza Richard Merten Rhonda Metz Sandra Metz Cheryl Meyer Ginger Miller James Miller Nathaniel Miller Pamela Miller Debra Milleson Joann Minter Dayha Mitchell Darren Moore Joyce Moore Marjorie Moore Michele Moore Paul Moores Diana Morales Danny Moreno Matthew Morgan John Morin Sally Moses 4:1 '1 lfffw? 17" i' a Af fb-X Z 5 ' 1 fgt l 'H-.gi A .-f J, ,f A " f W .F , MM ,,, - ,,-, ., - A wi " V, gl. . ,- w f Douglas Moss Carrie Mossein Sherri Mott Angie Moultrie Jimmy Mountz Mark Muckenluss Edward Mulford Diane Mulligan Robert Murphy Stanley Murra LEFT: Stopping to talk before going to lunch are Lon Mun son and Kim Brandenburg Dennis Myers Michael Myers Lydia Naya Bernadelt Navarrete Raymond Naylor Ted Nece Sylvia Negrete David Nehem Robert Neigel Sharon Nemec Deborah Neri Vanessa Nieto-Gomez Christine Nikonchuk Paul Norlen Lisa Northey Dorree Northington Maureen Ohara Antonio Olivares Tony Olvera Michael Onken RIGHT: Katie Smith and Debbie Milleson put ideas together tor a project in Mrs Williamson s drawing class. QA- M Mike Orman Sandra Overstreet Ted Palmer eriiy Pare Alton Parrish Rodney Patrick Candice Patton Steven Pearson David Peeden Heidi Peltier Donna Perkins Rosanna Perry Lori Peters Todd Peters Barbara Peterson F -' ---wx C I LEFT: Cheryl Meyer and Linda Bunn finish the day by going to the buses. socialize during lunch in X, - ea J 3 gi BELOW: Studen the cafeteria. Randall Peterson Conny Petty Donna Pierce Michael Pilson Linda Pittman Raymond Plaza Jeff Pollard Katrina Porier Erick Potter James Potter Wayne Powell Sharon Preciado Denise Price Julie Price Gayle Quillin Debra Rangel Patricia Rangel Jerry Ray Thomas Ray William Ray Hobert Ray James Raya ts eat EIR d classes 243 244 classes Allreda Reed Sherry Reed Craig Rehm Thomas Rehvvald Thomas Rey Johnny Rhoades Tony Rice Rebecca Richards Don Richardson Carlton Riggs Sylvia Riley Richard Riojas Raymond Rios Gary Robbins Gregory Roberts Julie Roberts Tammy Rogers Steve Romero Rudy Romo Hilda Rosas Bret Royal Bryan Rucker Pamela Ruddell Marsha Ruff Paula Sabo Joseph Sabolick Valerie Sanchez Nancy Sansom QM? ABOVE: Mark Sowell finishes up his project in metal shop LEFT While playing volleyball in PE class, Denise Price hits the ball over the net. Jeanette Sanzone Lavinia Satterfield Joseph Scalf Daniel Schneider Michael Schvving Larry Scott Marcella Seeman Mark Seeman Raymond Sermeno Jeanette Serrano Alan Sharp Cinde Sharp Nancy Shepard Joni Sheppard Michelle Sheppard Angela Sherman Ann Shocklee Billy Shoemaker Andrew Silva Wayne Simoneaux classes 245 Jennene Srmpson Deslree Slngletary Kathy Smallay Jane Smallwood Becky Smlth Davld Smrth Denise Smith Kathryn Smith Ann Snavely Janet Sonnler Sharon Spears Tim Spellman Lisa Squires Cynthia Stark Chrlsty Steele OPPOSITE PAGE Alan Sharp adds comment to dlscussnon RIGHT1 Students during Mr. Reupert's hlstory class try hard to stay interested after takrng a test. 246 classes R'-rr .Hpqy ,v ,A A r. ,fa --V f' . J - , 5 if .im Q , . :J-7 1 L wif Donald Steele Jeanette Stiel Robert Stone John Stovall Jeanne Stovvell Judy Strout M, r n ,, W ' " ' .1 W , 4 1 N -A .I -.qi an tl, 1 Diana Sutherland Julia Sutherland Paulette Sveum Valerie Tanguay Stephen Teel Diana Tennell Kevin Thomas Michael Thomas Dana Thompson Greg Thompson Raymond Thompson Timothy Thornburg Timothy Thurman Gary Tieroe Renee Torquato Gregory Torrence Shannon Tovvnley Danny Trafton Robert Trautman Della Trombatore Gustavo Ulloa Tanya Underwood Marjorie Uribes Fluben Varela Gloria Vasquez Judith Vasquez Michael Vaugh Freddye Velarde Terri Velarde Linda Venegas Suzanne Veyveris Kevin Vidal Craig Vidargar Gilbert Villalvazo en, ',. Valerie Vincent Theron Vines Scott Vizard Debra Wagner Summer Walk Richard Walker David Ward William Ward Edward Warren Patricia Washington his Debby Watkins David Wayne David Weintraub Danial Welch Rachelle Welker Russell Wellington Connie Wessel Phillip West Deborah Whiteaker David Whitley Susan Whitling Willis Whitlock Tammy Whittaker Steven Wieler James Wiles Fred Wilkerson Mona Wilkin Gale Willhite Christopher Williams David Williams OPPOSITE PAGE: Linda Bunn and Tobi Gottlieb roll down Riverside Ave. during homecoming parade, LEFT: The server is Jennifer Meloon during a volley- ball game in PE, classes 249 250 classes Laura Williams Peggy Williamson John Willis Blanche Wilson Nancy Wilson Wendy Wilson Gregory Winlermute Gregg Wisdom Donna Wogatzke Lisa Wold Michael Wolf Johnny Wood Roberta Woodward Shane Woolsey Verna Wortham 4.-s' -v-rf Kenneth Wrobleski Karen Yarling Kimberly Yeaney Thomas Yost Michael Young Debra Youngblood Charles Zanone Michael Ziedler Carl Zingler Tom Zmudka Janice Zrelak Cynthia Zuniga ,al 1. W. C, Q 1 - , .- "?iiffF "" ' 1 ' . , ' 'fir .' L K - r4.r ,"Q'7f1Z5:7.:f.f 5f"fI 27' ' U ui. y H '--M 'Hsl The class of '76's main project vvas to plan for the jr-sr prom. A lot of hard work and time was put into the planning of the prom vvhich vvas held at the Queen lvlary. Other class projects were the junior class homecoming float with the theme of "eagles have alot to live, '76' has alot to give" and a bake sale held dovvntovvn. With the moving of the vice president, Dana Thompson, a special election was held for the office. Kevin Ivey assumed the duties of the office. ABOVE: Officers were Kevin lvey, Vice Presidentg Vicki Keegan, Social Ohair- mang Pam l-lollovvay, treasurerg Luke l-lovvard, presidentg and Marsha Ruff, sec- retary. , bcasuifs J Bteiztlnijs at Q 252 classes David Aaron Sonio Acosta Diana Aguilar Rudy Ahumada l-larry Aiken Melanie Akins David Aleman Darla Alexander Natasha Allen Yvonne Allen f -X! , if: fr ' 1 4-ue ' Jflf. ,-.., . 0 S f I W f , . ff gm t V , 1 fj 11' ,Q Z I 1 x Josephine Cedeno works on lessons in typing. Sheila Allison Benton Alloway Chris Alvarez Dean Alvarez Diane Anderson Sheri Andrews Victor Anselmi Lisa Apodaca Steven Aragon Linda Archambault Julius Archie Jana Argo Mitchell Arnett Steven Ash Penny Ashby ,,,,,,,7F g , , I Wwffw '. , ,Ay ww ,7 2' X 3 'Ni 'l-fs w H' N D Q'-Iv' W-Wi 432 ' " " fi Q: on ., " ,,f. , .M rg, llll ik Tina Ashton Kathleen Athearn Larry Averett Frank Ayala Anthony Baccari Rickey Bachelor Mary Bacon Carol Bahnsen Raymond Bailey David Baille Randall Baird Gayle Baker James Baker Danny Bakker Lester Balcom Nicolette Baldwin Denise Ballew Gary Bancroft Kimberly Barbour Jodie Barnes Steve Barrera Timothy Baskett Robert Bates Gary Battaglia Kathleen Bauerlein Tamera Bay Kyle Beach Venus Beamon Scott Beard Frederick Beasley Michelle Beaudoin Jody Behrman Raymond Belcher Betty Bentancourt Lori Bergen Edgar Bielfelt Kevin Blgham Donald Bilyou Ricky Bissonnett Robby Black Kevin Blackburn Holly Blair Flandi Blanc Jay Blankenship Allen Bodiford Brenda Bogie David Bokon Teresa Bolar Ernest Bolger Kathleen Bonanno Bart Bookhamer Michel Bordes Bruce Borg Michael Bowman Monique Bowman Bobby Boyd Terry Boyd Carla Braden Virginia Bragg Shelly Branch Kelly Breen Wendell Brenner Joseph Bridge Marie Brier Donald Broberg Veronica Broholm Denise Brooks Teresa Brooks Bruce Brown Christa Brown Kim Brown ,"+.. as H i Qi , xi 1 . 4 -Q ef -qt vw 'xy .s a fl Lf -X - 4, r I5 ui ., .Am , 3 xx lx i 't X , 8 gy , .M Q x r. Hx AY' JJ .. a V ma... f vi 'vb 1'-v Robert Brown Stephen Brown Timothy Brown William Brown Steven Brownstein Victor Brundage Jerry Bryan Lloyd Bryson William Burda Nellita Burkett Jill Burright Vicki Burton Amy Buscarino Kim Butler Bradley Bysegger Elizabeth Cabral Maria Cabral Vicki Cagle Donna Calderilla Cynthia Caldwell Antonio Camacho Susan Camp Cheryl Campbell Craig Campbell Leslie Campbell Nancy Campbell Wesley Canedy Gwendolyn Cannon Daniel Cano Kathleen Card Janet Cardiff Patrick Cardoza John Carlberg Robert Carlberg Robin Carlin Rodney Carlson Charlotte Carmena Timothy Carnahan Kevin Carr Rachel Carranza classes 255 Andrew Carreon Elizabeth Carrillo Karen Carroll Lamont Carroll Brian Carson Floger Carter Patricia Cass Nancy Casson Lisa Castano Josephine Cedeno Robert Cervantez Kimm Chadwick Carl Chandler Aaron Chavez Maryann Chavez Ronald Chavez Kevin Chigbrow Chris Chilcoat Steven Christensen Tamora Church Shannon Clark Chris Clarke Daniel Clegg Debra Clevenger Carol Cottman Cora Coleman David Collins Miguel Colunga Edmund Comeaux Kathleen Connolly Allen Conrad Martha Contreras Jeannine Cook Steve Cook Robert Cooper Linda Cornwall Mark Courtney Thomas Couts Moses Cowart Kathy Cox '7' T - 4 iff' fm fc? 92 " ywi 4 1 . 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N X 'F lfgefb' ' Terrance Cox John Coz Ronald Craft Lori Craig Susan Cripps Ftenita Crocker Karen Crosby Sharon Cross Ivan Crump Patricia Cuevas Chris Cunningham Bruce Curry Michael Cutler Delisa Cutter David Dalton Lisa Daniel l Joann Daniels Craig Davenport George Davis Mike Davis Kelley Dawson Phillip Deam James Dean Vicky De.lager Joseph DeLaTorre Flavia Delgado Michael Dennison Brian Derrick Karla DeSadier Rhonda Dial Dan Dickinson Gayle Digioia Patricia Dillon Roberta Dilvvorth Randi Divens Paul Dobler Robert Doerr Thomas Dominick Lynellen Donnelly Timothy Dowd classes 257 Margaret Dowling Marguerte Dragun Thomas Drake Ann Dudzinski Michael Dunn Frank Duran Ruben Duran Ruben Duran Rose Durbin Dawn Durham Mr. Violette and Gordon Reiber talk during class. 258 classes lvtaryellen Duron Debra Dutchover David Earl David Easley Arne Edgcomb Jay Edwards Karla Edwards Patti Edwards Elizabeth Ehrlich Robert Ekaitis David Elkins John Elkins Troy Elliott Carol Ellis Cynthia Ellis Ll l Vx' , rfglix l i V i I Q, '44 . , ff '3' vii f 1 5 fi ' 4 l' X x L2 , .3 have a serious ,ff-O ,W 1 D Q' J L 1 i ' 'ffai 'Pia ,V .. , . ,.,, - f - .-af 151' 6' ' E V -gr E r,,, P' 'if 1. fb' 43' , if -. 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W ink if A l x 5:,- wx I Q 'S ,vs I K Q 5-.- 1 Su... cw, I Teri Emery Michael Erdmann Duwayne Erwing Arnulfo Escamillo Rita Estrada Karl Eutsey Cheryl Evans David Evans Mark Evans Trudy Evans Ronald Farmer Becky Fawcett Debra Fekete James Ferguson Lorenzo Fernandez Richard Ferrin Kathleen Fiacco Andrew Fields Lisa Finch Mike Finizio Ruth Finnegan John Fiorito Julie Fisher Peter Fishering Mark Fister Maria Flores Lauren Flowers Kirk Fogg Connie Forbush Ryan Forrester Mary Fotia Tammy Foulk Ronald Fox Clinton Franklin Karol Franklin Crystal Fraser Cheryl Frazer Jimmy Fuentes Roy Fulton John Gaffney Ruin Gallagher Maria Gallardo George Gamboa Leticia Garcia Pamela Garcia Patrick Garcia Paula Garcia Robert Garcia Terry Garcia Mary Garden William Garner Ludell George Dayna Gertn Paul Giambattista Veronica Giarnbattista David Giambusso Randall Gilbert Thomas Gilbert Andre Gust Tanya Glass Keyle Glinsey Margaret Glunt Patricia Gnenm Eddie Goble Cnerise Goins Lois Goldie Laura Gomez Rebecca Gomez Andrea Gonzales Catharine Gonzales Elizabeln Gonzales Michael Gonzales Tina Gonzales Suzanne Gonzalez Charlotte Goode Joyce Goodloe Mary Goodwin Rene Gordon Laurie Gorsline Tnomas Govvdy J W Z K 45' in--. 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'V -4 fa V 5 Q X V It V 1 . 4 , J' ' i . i f AV 'Q '3 ' V .tl V WV 'Y H Y' 5 7 Sophomores enjoy eating inside on a cold day Jackie Graft Karrie Graham Robert Graham Mark Greeley Danny Green David Greene Rennie Griep Cynthia Griggs Michael Grove Robin Gruber Chythia Gunther Joan Guzik John Haggerty Susan Hagmann Pamela Hale Ronald Hale Donna Haley Catherine Hall Maurice Hall Sherri Hambleton Jimmie Hamilton Lyndee Hamilton William Hamilton Bret Hamlyn Karol Hamman Rita Hamman Linda Hammond Tina Hancock Jalene Haney Devyayne Hankey classes 261 Sophomores prove that they don't knovv enough to corne in out of the rain. ..,,,, ,,,,, ...v., ,W,,. ' '. 1 , - M. .V Linda Hansen . , i I 1 . 4. A. Randal Hansen 'A -f Vaughn Hanson ,V 51 Dt Denise Hardman f ' 1 f Larry Harrnon L .V 1 A f it' if if ' H , A N Robert Harmon Donald Harris it Janet Harris James Harrison ' .. S ,Q lvlaryHarmon 'Z x 15- 1 5 K l Donald Hartvvill Gary Hawkins Diana Hay Kerry Haynes Kathleen Heath 4 FL.,- 'xx .,,, 2 f 141' ' 1 G , f r 2 i 'fr 'S-T ff. 0 i f 4 "X'?f 1' f: ,vc 0 1 , , 4 fe, 4 , '11, W, f X' ,wif fm' 4 f fV f W 'W W W r j, I W ' Vllu :E N V K i'1 "--. ' Q :PW Cynthia Heckler ' , 16? ' W 4 Brian Heiner Sl ,. f- , L ., Cathy Heller , , R U 'I ,L "" Nancy Hempenius if -5- -1 'Q f-f' V ' -' Margaret Hemstreet I I , Aly M ' M Q ' ' . fra :ri Andrea Henderson , A i i I , , Cheryl Henderson 1 I -- s A N - 2 V Michael Henderson , A Michelle Henderson i A ' ,gi Charline Henry L X K 6 4i:5A 1,ff ,. . avi xl5c,xs. , 262 classes f as N 1 .bw-. w f 1 W - -' A1 -f ' 'mfr-H' 2 'Vs S ir X H I i I V- V- ,f ' '1 , 6 V, , ,Q A ' If' ,KK H V Y QA.. ,x . P1 L WK - l i f 4' 4 ir J : ,f' A JK' l H , 1 " X , Qc , if ' K . fi. ff Q as - I ll 'vw . th -,Q , - iw? ie ' .- j"j,' f I L- . L. fs ,W p M , Keith Hensley Annette Hernandez Margaret Hernandez Reggy Hernandez Ronald Hernandez Danny Herrera Thomas Herzog Regina Hiener Lynn Higginbotham Harold Hild Cindy Hinkleman Donnell Hitchcock Wayne Hogan John Holguin Laverne Hooks Randell Hopkins Deborah Hornbuckle Gregory Horton Samuel Howard Judy Howell Kathy Hubbard Trina Hubbard Robert Hudson Rodney Huitt William Husted Robin Huyck Deborah Hynes Steven Inglis Richard Ingram David lnlow Judy Inman Kathy Isaac Dale Jackson Nancy Jackson Sheila Jackson Tina Jackson Trudie Jackson Michael Jacob David James Sonia James classes 263 Cynlhla Jamlson Dayld Jaramlllo Denny Jararnlllo Della Jasso Yolanda Jefferson Chnsline Jellrles Anlla Jensen Mark Jessup Cynthla Jlmenez Louie Jlrnenez Andrea Johnson Cheryl Johnson Herbert Johnson Pamela Johnson Paul Johnson Randy Joles Cynlhua Jones Davrd Jones Jeanne Jones Lucille Jones Ronnle Jones Sherrle Jones Linda Joyner Mary Kaberlein Lynn Kadlec Rose Kaler Leslie Kallemyn Kenneth Kaney Helen Kaspenck Melinda Keele Shelly Kennedy Brenda Key Stephen Krng Mark Klrschlnger Kalhenne Klss Ellzabelh Kleln Cheryl Knlflen Karen Knlghl Floberl Knowles Wendy Knowles W! um 9 J -1' y,f fr r ATM " ff: l, Richard Knudsen l-lugh Knutson David Koch James Koch Kristy Koenig Katherine Kopa Floberta Kriner William Krueger Stacy Kuhns Julie Lally Deborah Lamb Mary Lamb Virginia Lambert Cathy Lambrlch Robert Lancaster Michelle Land Jerry Landrum Florence Lang Cindy Lange Douglas Lanier Timothy Lardy Jeannine Lasley Diana Latson Sharon Laughlin Dean Laurenson Dorn Laurenson Cynthia Lawyer Larry LeBlanc Rita Lechuga Debbie Lee Lorraine Leen Denise Lees Juliet Lewis Ruby Leyerly Joseph Lineberry Willie Lipsey Ray Little Toni Little David Locklin Victoria Locklin classes 265 Michael Loder Michele Lolton Pamela Long Theresa Longhetti David Lopez Juanita Lopez Ronald Lott Andrei Love Susan Loyd Brandon Lozano Dennis Lucas Dina Lucero Paula Lugo Romeo Lugo William Luitwieler Larry Lumley Ted Lund Randal Lunger Norbert Luther Karen Lyons Sharlotte Macdougall Patricia Magallanes Steven Maire James Malachowski Karen Malley Joseph Mansion James Mapes Darlene Maret David Mariana Cherie Martin Shirley Martin Amelia Martinez David Martinez William Matlock Steven May Rhonda McCauley Priscella McClure Catherine McCombs Douglas McCormick Kimberly McCormick l' 1.2157 ,tt U 'Cu Gu- fzg' W I -Q , :Fi 1 v-S Q I," 4 v'-- ..Z,, V, - , 35 7 ' YXTW ,QQ I I "' ft! If X Z9 4 w, l iq? I . miie -4 . Wm wk' 'xi 2 ' ' W lr-fl , Ve 1 gy, , ,,,. , .,: , .. ,, 4 , ,Q- . ,t 1 rr , 7 ll fy 4 Ai, If , 'Vhgpf Holly Blair works on history question during tree time, sw. W ... , A5 , ,7 V ' ,iz Kim McCoy Valerie McCurry -1 A ..,, Q John McDowell I Kristi Mclintee ,4 L' Q' A ' M , E Z A .A ' A Stephen McGarry ' 12- I gl V Harold McGinnis ,N -- Debra Mclntosh y ' ' 9' Helen Mecier ' A L ' M Cl' I V- 'V' S ucia e ina X ' 2' ,1 "'i . it 'iifiiia V 1 it ' 'ft- i'fe ' fi Sandra Medina 'V , , Joseph Melia . " ' Javier Melehdez WL James Meloon ' fn .mu Gus Mendoza ,,,:,L, 1 X, V I " . Flosalie Mendoza as y - Melanie Merrifield A, 5 'E -.- ,,,- , Deborah Metz P 1 'ff Mark Michel A T . Ei? Steven Miranda ' K , -rt! ,- Z! If L", ' .- ig Carol Mitchell Elizabeth Montez Richard Montoya Stella Montoya Debra Moore Debra Moore Walter Moore Janet Moores Bernice Morales Dolores Moreno classes 267 Dorothy Moreno Nora Morrnan Ricky Morris David Morrison Mark Morton Everett Mountioy John Mountz Glennys Mower Richard Murellson Carmen Murillo John Murphree Jayne Murra James Myers Mark Meyers Shella Nash Arthur Nava Lawrence Negrette Dawn Nelson Lavonne Nelson Tammi Nelson Maria Neyarez Jon Newlee Kenneth Nobles Kathryn Nolte Sherry Norcross Linda Nordyke Cindy Nuss Kyle Nyswonger Catherine Odle Stephanie Ogden Jeffrey Oliphant Catherine Oliva Nancy Olivas Matthew Oliver Kathleen Olson Mark Olvera Ruben Olvera Beth O'Nell Diane Orrnan Deborah Ornelas 'P--p '-.I K '. ' ff V' as , f . w 'fv , tj? 5' ' 1 N 4 'T A ' ,' X fb pu, .4 I ,A i 'X 1" an,- ,Z ,fix 1. fa V M , 7:y,r'g,, f3"q,g: 've ,Q-..., ,lf f , W f s gr, I . f 5 f Erlinda Ornelas Jess Ornelas Katherine Ornelas Veronica Orosco Mary Ortega Rose Ortega Marlene Ortiz Susan Otersen Raymond Overstreet Charles Owens Milton Owens Thomas Oxendine Sandra Pacheco Debanie Padilla Sherrie Palmer Sylvia Palmer Terri Palmer Joanne Paris Jetlrey Paszkiewicz Charles Patterson Madilyn Patterson Samuel Pearce Susan Pearson Karen Peck Ronald Peel David Pellegrine Carlos Perez Helene Perez Joseph Perez Tad Perez Steven Perkins Michael Perrone Richard Peters Neil Petersen Edward Peterson K. T, Peterson Sheryl Peterson Chris Phaecencia Timothy Phelps Albert Pickett 270 classes Rhonda Pierce Beth Pierzina Renee Pilson Michael Pina Rudy Plaza Steven Plummer Jeffrey Polk Richard Poole Jeanine Potter Karen Potter Terry Powell Shen Price Ronald Pruett Cynthia Pula Dennis Pulsiter Goldsborough Purnell Christine Quiroz Mark Rahhal Cindy Raub Doreen Ray Jeanne Raymer Jerry Raymer Keith Raymond Dean Reed Gordon Reiber Jon Reise Donna Rey Glenn Reyes Dennis Rice Cindy Richards Dalenda Riggin Dale Rile- Sophia Riley Theresa Rios Steven Roberts Bill Robertson Fritz Robinson Todd Robinson Jesus Robles Mamie Rodgers ,Qs ti 2? A , Va.: ' xfi, YZ? A? Qt, if 4, ,f- .vjk 3. gs 42- P41 1 V 0 I 414 l 1 .-LW' 1 Practicing to be the best in their choir are Peggy l-lemstreet and Cindy Heckler. fi X l ' f 7 , M -' M r'-' mf: ' V 'r In 1, on-A . rf 'Hilti .,,2.,, A ' I V. 1 . ' , Q7 1 ,ag , ' -2. - i t..' 7 ' I r f ,ff 1 L L 2 v 'Zi . 'f frsl, 1 fs 4 an ' ' P 1 1 4 4' g - 1 ' f-'fix 1' 41,14 . 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Merri Winebrenner Tony Wiscovviche Richard Wise . Fiulhann Witman N V- William Wiyninger , i ' Sara Wold ...Q I . A x 4 f Qi i it 1 y ,Y f Q ia! Jon Wolharl .A . f i I . ,.A, .A .M , .. xl! V Laila: ' ffl. I James Woner -V fi.. ,,, Julia Woodfield V ' Stephen Woodson ' M fr rf- Dale Worrell . 'f , X ,L " ' 'fi-: David Wright '- ' f W W, f ' riff! Z, in I iff I A Q. .i.,. .i,, .Y Allen Wyand 'W Ronald Wyrner ' 9 Jeffrey Yeales V " ' -N' ff Sylvia Ynda i ll Gregory Youngblood gf- W ' ,Q 95 ff' . 1 , . L . i gg, 'zz Parnela Zank David Zavala Marcia Zedalis Rosalyn Zee k ,i Danny Zibell 'Q ,xx ,Q Q. lb UEISSGS The sophomore's biggest event vvas the basketball homecoming. This event proved to be successful. To raise money for this event, they sold suckers, had a bene- fit drawing, a car vvash, and a bake sale. This vvas the first year a sophomore class ever entered afloat in the parade for football homecoming. As members of student council, the officers spent a day in Sacramento touring the capitol. The class was sponsored by lvlrs. Rodriguez. Class officers: Cindy Gunther, treasg Karla DeSadier, pres, Helen Kasperick, soc, chair,g Peggy Watts, sec., and Jodie Barnes, vice pres.g discuss final plans for basketball homecoming. classes 279 is Jr 'Un 55- X X .Sl M. yi 1 Q, V 1-0 lg 1Qf!W"'f5 ,,, T' i. 2 1 4 ,m ,r .' Hr, P , " A A V' ' ., F av g -Ay: ' r i f . ,lv 1 at M f 4 . 9- ,.2M.,,, fwltfwr W ,MS , X2 N M ' V Y . uf" ,rj I X. Y 'f I fvmyzz 1 2 3 I ' . MW, .b ,. 1 75 ,gf 'ww' ' ,W A ,X ,-0, it 'ff' -1 ,.,,, , ,-.44 4 ' , Mi ,. ,WQQAL .f,wg:g4,,,f,4 lt ,' Jun RIGHT: Be a winner everytime, get it together at HarIey's sporting goods 401 VV. Highland. BELOW: For the best mechanical work it's Ervin's Auto- motive 407 VV. Rialto Ave. , 7,3 Q S S 1-X9 sa Mm - 3 l x 0 .. vs 'sf' 'sf s A - 5' P? Y . . . , - LEFT: Protect yourself with State Farm Insurance, 444 N. Willow. BELOW: Serv- B ice your oar at Arco Ray's 280 Baseline. BOTTOM Halsey Machine, 1485 S. Wil- lovv. gf" A Qi- 5? , Q nfl, 1 - WM, QW Blat' H ' - .J 3' 'Q -W' 5 741 9' '41r,', 'Ceann iggqiif , Q A V23 A Jef' 54' Z' 1 O! -1,9 ' ' 41, 13" , Ii-ffl ' , K vi yi, 4 fd' rl. , ., ...fit 4.,.,.,. ,,,. 1., FG. C0- aos 283 rs Q Wee' Q W? 1 .233 t4,,!,. - wg J 17 I' J "fra ' ..:,.' 5 4 4 1? 4323 f U l LEFT: Whether We old or nevv you can get parts for your car at Downtown Auto Parts 202 S. Riverside. BELOW: For the best selection of paint supplies see the man at Pittsburgh Paints 134 S. Riverside. ads 285 286 ads F ,f-' 'VA-If ,fl r 'V w "--3 F7181 5 M. K- ",'7"i -N, Q , E if 1 W M 09 I' 1' f 4 ff fl 1 r 4 . v, , ' F71 ii'-I' E I :- ' . on ,dnl af? if ,Ai ,4 . H., ., -.,.,..t.s.-v N., I -.J '- :A -if -f ,Q A rv., -1. iw , I .. v, ,att . X tml! ,I LEFT RAGE, TOR LEFT: For the best Chinese food around, go to Bings Cathay lnn 949 VV. Highland. TOR RIGHT: Put a new look on your face with glasses from Dr. I. Rosenberg 130 Central City Mall. BOTTOM LEFT: Don't let the gas prices get you down ride a motorcycle fromCycIe Circle 2357 Cabura St. and save. BOTTOM RIGHT: Get your prescriptions filled by a qualified pharmacist at the North Rialto Drug 173 E. Baseline, RIGHT RAGE, TOR: For fast fill up service N. Rialto Mobile Station at 116 E. Base- line. ABOVE: Want a new look in hair styling? Come in to Alycia's Coilfures 178 E. Foothill. ads 287 ll K Ill K Bin Mmm- , ' ABOVE: For supplies in beauty come to Clair's Beauty and Barber Supply's at 224 S. Palm Rialto. RIGl-lT: Get your cakes, doughnuts, pies eto. at the Sierra Bakery 456 VV. Foothill. FAR RIGHT: Things go better with Coke. Try it and see. Coca Cola 449 E. lvllll St. 288 ads Tx A T 'Ta G BAKERY 'x LEFT: Get quick service at your friendly 7-11 Store 1833 River- side. BELOW: Come in and relax at the Tik Tok Coffee and Cocktail 1235 Riverside Ave. I i Y 290 ads RIGHT: If your in need of shoe repairs or would like to buy nevv ones go to Frontino's shoe repairs at 222 E. Foothill. BELOW: Brighten up your day or night with Lane 0'Lights 629 E. Foothill. BOTTOM: First American Title Insurance Co. 323 Court St. San Bernardino, 889-0311. r T : ,ir :WI 'N 4 I f I 5 A f V! Q 7,1-A ' ' '-i"'t7' '. U' t ,f if 1 ftp, if. H , Qu 'I R" V 5"" if-:V 1 '11 L J, iff, ' nf W9 21: - l-'il 'si' .uzzericazg P 'LYLLU EULLDL1ig ' 'N-. N03 CAM- L y M71 iii liii ll f . 1 ,. t -- ,, r -V A ' T - f4""- .err miirlfi' f f his ,i Q-,SMQEN fp ff 1 h1""'a'l"-sue-' If A . 1 R A C-QQ ABOVE: For great service on foreign cars contact Tony the Greek car service at 121 N. Cactus. LEFT: Dress up in style and color with Dannette's 210 E. Baseline. ads 291 292 d Q.. xx ak ' t Q K 1 , ,-., V! ii ,,, an Pf6SQji!x if ,J - 'gf H Congratulations to the Graduating Class from Harris' 'JZ ,LUTQ 9 1 jltlilt MNCE1905 L A v- , I ,pw a 3 g 2 ff, 5 W if IV ' :V .z ' , ff 2 'K 1 'Q ,K hw . ,N K-.N 'Qu ,- Q4 1 ...W J O ,LJ gqnsullli' 'cn' . , -W-mv Q A gm A V . LEILIJ AAA. ' 4 44 Q, , . . -.J 'dw T' Taz 11.11 4 1' ' 5,4 Q ,, , s l Il-'F' if alxmm . yxglf, TOP LEFT: For name brand entertainment go to SIiter's TV in Central City lvlall. TOP RIGHT: Agape Gift Shop has all the nand made crafts tor reasonable prices. 865 E. Foot- hill 874-3501. FAH LEFT: Harris' Co. Central City Mall, San Bernardino. RIGHT: Don Borg Tires has what you need. 2043 VV. High- land. ads293 A, l t s J TOP: For your college educa- 4 tion save at Bank ot America at 170 E. Baseline Rialto. RIGHT: lf a house is what you're trying to find keep Fred Dowd Realtor in mind at 447 VV. Foothill Rialto, 875- 4353. 294 ads Print-Ad PRINTING ond ADVERTISING O U A L I T Y CUSTOM PRINTING Commercial and Social Announcements Telephone 875-7723 136 S. RIVERSIDE AVENUE RIALTO, CALIFORNIA 92376 TOP: Go to Print-Ad for ous- tom quality printing at 136 S. Riverside, Rialto 875-7723. MIDDLE: For your complete look come to Henriette's Salon Aesthetique at 1620 E. Highland Ave. 882-5515. 1. Deep skin cleansing, 2. Teenage skin care program, 3. New breed of hair stylings. BOTTOM: For after school fun come to Fon-Ri Bowling Lanes at VV. Foothill 875- 0550. ads 295 1, E 1 1 2. ,A --ew 7.4, 0...-a-f--"""" 296 ads VQVY--.J sxxb' 3 K-gklxxxbxxgxxt' .K . N. N k, ,, .,.x.s.,A,-5, Y Q V3 Ng 5, ,Xb s ,Nf w rf 4g'!sV" 298 ads kr, 'Kia , Cf IX V 511.1 . i'f-'X af, K, -3442 r'-X ff ig, f Kg Kinq' KINGQN CMHMLS .. Row . 5 OW ,L,1- f Q "C1? LEFT RAGE, TOP: For excellent dining and cocktails try King's Row, 231 VV. Foothill, Rialto. MIDDLE: Got the picture? Get it at Cliffs T.V. 116 S. Riv- erside, Rialto, BOT- TOM: If you vvant a nevv look go to Rose's Beauty Salon 255 VV. Foothill Rialto. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT: When prom time or special occasions are near, rent your tux at D'Ar- ca's Tuxedo Rentals 889 N. 'O' San Bernar- dino. BELOW: John- son's Hardware at 115 S. Riverside, Rialto, is the place tor all your building and home repair needs. I ,.l' -r" 't"""iii N ' "t'f1t't'r" .y UF Q ads 299 A I A ff-. .,,. r -V ,..., ,..N..,.. . 300 Ads LEFT PAGE, ABOVE: Taylor Printing 102 N. Riverside, Rialto is the place to go for all your printing needs. RlGl-lT: For the finest in beef and groceries, go to Bert's Market, 100 S. Riverside Rialto. RIGHT PAGE, TOR: For the finest in T.V. and stereo appli- ances go to Dillon TV and Stereo 515 VV. Rialto Ave., Rialto. MIDDLE: Get in the svvim. Use Don's Pool Supplies 407 E. Foot- hill, Rialto. BOTTOM: For good looking clean and pressed clothes use Addie's Clean- ers, 138 S. Riverside, Rialto. i 1 A . 4 -,. H l .1 1 x 4 ' W .4 1 'L 1 . s., Zi- ,. . ff ' f f " ' 'qv w e mg J ,. 'E Q 'Nr ,m X .:- MM.,?.'3 Ads 301 302 Ads BELOW: For all your banking needs it's The Bank of Califor- nia, 190 W. Foothill, 875-5700. BIGI-lT: Whatever your mirror or glass needs are to to Rialto Glass and Mirror Co., 522 W. lst, Rialto. BOTTOM: Alfred and Fabris Studios for portraits, weddings and special occasions. 3012 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. 1560 N. Lilac , Pastorzdames A. Manson P First Baptist Church of Rialto 222 Bloomington Pastor: Gary West Bethany ofthe Cross Buelow Church Cactus and West Etiwanda Pastor: J. Dale Brock , .9 ' t 'Grace Lutheran Church . 539 Acacia St. ' . St. Thomas Moore Church' 221 E. Easton St, L 'z Rialto Baptist Church' 224 W. Etiwanda Ave. Seventh Day Adventist Church ads 303 My f VJ- KVI H 304 ads 1,-.,:,!..,. in wifi' harm IIIQTIHIQHS Wm' WL-My I WVVI WL Q V W ,,,,,,,,,,, H .... . ,,,. 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