El Cajon Valley High School - Legend Yearbook (El Cajon, CA)

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Q- L v 'i., .. Q 'Hn- Deor Mom ond Dod, ' A u who hove dome The ' ond oppreciohoh to yo , VViTh our sincere devohon ' from The irwTorTT of The pcisT, mosT To make us vvhoT we ore: forming us forvvcird To The youTh of Todoy, ond Tiholly To The oduiT of Tomorrovvg guiding our every move spirifuoliy, physicolly, drid morollyg Torgewihg your desires ond vvohTs Tor us your chiidreng We, wiTh iriexpressible grdfi A nd Dod. Tude, dedicoTe This ci nnuol To you, Mom o Sv OVZWOI' Q2 X ox S- ofi E R Xxx xg 4 X S l it 'F il , l X X X is x 1 x X ff' ,I 5 l vw t 1 4140" li 3 1 S lls- fir' 5 , Q gay, 1 'E X! k lr 2 lt seems that it is an unwritten law in the planning of an annual, to base it upon a definite theme. We have broken that law this year because there is no exact theme to follow, but merely the desire to show and try to make you, the students of El Cajon Valley High School, realize the closeness between your homelite and your school activities. I hope you will carefully consider this thought, as you turn through the pages of this, your yearbook of 1957. -Editor c ivi ies r g Ad tration A t 1 O g Y Zabfe of Golzfezzfs SQOTTS Sponsored by RAY KERCHEIFS CHEVRON STATION afimz I , o Ever Ieadjngggfg o i K ' '1-'. .-4 W wt. , ,V ,,4wl'P L- A Mulindf Where do all books and desks come trom? - Who keeps the budget? The Board ot Trustees takes care of all these things. We are proud to say we have an efficiently and well run school district. The members of the board have the interests of the community and the school at heart. Let's get behind them and show them we appreciate their work. Sponsored by La Mesa Blue Print He calls himself "the Warden," but it is a well known tact that he isn't as tough as he Thinks he is. Mr. Morell has done a superior iob in helping to keep our school one ot the most respected schools in the county. He may rule us with an iron hand, but he is loved and respected for doing so. We give him loud applause for a iob well done. Friend as well as principal is Mr. Cor- nelius. He is loved by students and fac- ulty for his sincerity and warm smile. Being behind all school activities and helping the students when they need help are what makes Mr. Cornelius so popular here ot school. There aren't many schools who can claim such a wonderful leader who is both "boss" and "friend" FM 'NJ' ANDERSON, SHIRLEY BAKER, STANLEY BARRONS, JOHN BECK, WILLIAM BEEKMAN, BONNIE BOSLEY, JAMES BROOKS, JOSEPH BUNTING, ROBERT CLARK, PAUL BAUMGARTNER, ROBERT CARMICHAEL, MARY COHN, ADRIAN COLLARD, JANE COOK, MARION CORDRY, ROBERT CURRY, EDITH DAGGS, CHARLES DEWEY, JAMES at Dom, MARY f . DYER' JAMES I ' EAstucK, THOMAS . I I ...,pr: L EDGAR, FARIS "OUR FACULTY" Friends, advisors, and educators of ECVHS are the wonderful teachers. They are dedicated to the good they can do forthe student. Our teachers are among the best anywhere. We have courses from auto shop to music, and journalism to ag., as well as the "3 R's." The stu- dents are proud to know that they will be entering the world after graduation with the best education possible. Sponsored by BLACK DIAMOND MARKET 4653 Y? - ..,,..M- These girls try 0 Iittle of their cooking talent, hoping for the A few of Mr Doggs phystcs students seem qunte best, interested In thus perplexung expernment w- -'P FIELDER, ROBERT KNISS RAYMOND It , t Q I ,' . If ,no Q I . s.,s X9 X Q R Ng 9 X is ..., X if I J My Y ,Q ,M-r K E I f-.ix I I GIBSON, MIA GREEN, FRANK GRETA, FRED I-IANSEN, CATHERINE HEATON, JAY HENRY, EDGAR HIRSCH, NORMA HOLK, ERWIN JUMP, ANNABELLE KLEINFELTER, JOHN LUTZ, HAROLD MATERN, ARMAND MINOR, BENTON MONTA, GEORGE OTTERSON, GLENN PEACE, JAMES PETERSON, RICHARD PISTOIA, RUTH PRITCHARD, PATRICIA PUMPHREY, DON Sanchez, Irene Spencer, Robert Stewart, Joan Teater, Dwight Van Note, Samuel Quantrochi, Don Ramsey, Edna Riches, Waldo Roloff, Leland Van Zanten, Albert Wenbourne, Earle Williams, David Zumwalt, James With flying fingers these girls practice their secretarial work. i4 l 6. 6 This photographer looks like he's really enioying his work NURSE When the cry of "help" is heard, Mrs. Povenmire, the school nurse, will be coming to help. Any unfortunate "Brave" or "Maiden" who has been iniured or is sick will find the attention they need in the nurse's office. 4 CAFETERIA STAFF Fine foods, as well as nutritious foods, are the specialties of our gourmet, Mrs. DeNure, and her efficient staff. Every day they pre- pare a meal that is not only de- licious, but is varied in menu. OFFICE STAFF All secretarial work and communica- tions go through the office. Mr. Cornelius' and Mr. Morell's needs are taken care of by these busy workers. They are the workers be- hind the scenes. Sponsored by INTERSTATE RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO. I5 LIBRARIAN Text books, pleasure books, ond reference books, all go through the hands of Mrs. Cook and her assistant, Mrs. Bain. They take care of all school books from the Ice Age to the Atomic Age. ...sf GROUNDSMEN AND CUSTODIANS Keeping our nice green grass beautiful and our attractive school as sparkling clean as new is the job of the custodians of our proud school. Thanks to them, we now have one of the nicest looking schools anywhere. P.E. DEPARTMENT If you need a safety pin or a band-aid for that scratched 6, M, knee, you will find what you are looking for by asking either Mrs. Buck or Mr. Latham. They are the friends and helpers of all ECVHS students. ,' Q- Sponsored by DAIRY MART FARMS INC. I6 J r 1 cfivifies is They sacrificed so that we could enioy J im Edmonds President M A.S.B. COMMISSIONERS The organization of committees and seeing that everything is running smoothly, is the main pur- pose of our faithful and reliable A.S.B. Commis- sioners. ' They are elected by the student body for their capability and reliability. This year we have had a group who have done a superior iob. Our school has grown to be one of the best schools anywhere in its short life of two years. We can give great thanks to our commissioners for this. They busily work for the good of our school and the improvement they can make. Barbara Austin Sharron Gregg 5UndY Kmsln Secretary Finance School SefVlCe 'X Jennie Larson Vice President Mr. Cordry Advisor rggf- X ff , X .5-1, f . x . K, ff' equi' 1. M l A. Q? 2 ,'2?55'iTf2f - ' i 1 Shel a Hirsc y lf l l f f . Girls' League lk :aim 4 N I g - 'V ji , A Jenny Belle Sinclair Cultural Affairs Bob Patchett Bob Manis Publicity Athletics and Attorney General 154, POSTER COMMITTEE REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE M lu-B Dances, games, election . . . If you have enjoyed any of these, school services committees and Student Council are to be thanked. Under the director, Sandy Krasin, Committee mem- bers have been seeing to many details of school events. Student Council representatives bring forth the ideas and opinions of all students concerning school activities. TICKET SQUAD STUDENT COUNCIL Sckoof Service Dance and Assembly Progrgm Sellers ff EQZIZ A lot of worry and painstaking care goes into this annual pub- lication. A capable staff Takes pictures, does write-ups, organizes pictures, and the most tedious iob of all, keeps everything going according to schedule. MVS- Pflfffhcfd At the end of the year, all the hard work is forgotten when a Advisor beautiful annual is published and presented to the students. Remember, annual staff, hard work pays. X -5 G 1 . 0 , if r sb... Gary Hokenson, Assistant Sports Editor, Marlene Quick, Classes, Bingo Miller, Sports Editor. Karen Wilson, Publicity, Linda Price, Art Editor. Don Woodward, Photographet, Joyce Dyar, Photography Editor. 22 S faff Sandy Rogers, Editor-in-chief Alfred Cruz, Gene Martin, Photog- raphers, Rose Wisler, Janie Breeden, Liz Ed- r wards, Senior Write-Ups. riff' FB. Margie Fears, Classes, Bonnie Weaver, Clubs, Cathy Carol Lueker, Business Manager, Roberta Stewart, Assistant Business Manager. Frank, Advertising. Sponsored by BOYD ANDERSON PHOTO STUDIO Q..-q Q. C i xx K xx S Mr. Cohn Advisor , n LqIZ6L Q lt's a two-week grind and a last minute rush to get our bi-weekly news- paper, the Smoke Signal, published. Its editor and staff have a deadline, and there is a tremendous amount of work to do before a paper is ready to be printed. There are stories to get and to be Written. One large re- quirement is to have a "nose-for-news." Thanks, Smoke Signal staff, tor a wonderful paper. :Q c""'- Q r Ncncie Cummins Nelle Anne Mylrea Charlotte Leeper Mark Cassidy 40' .Q 0 -OQX K 9 Q Q f --ies ,,.,,4.-nw' 1 vw' 6 g-,nv"' 0 ,a-gnu 5.,nqa. mwlmw 'NV' Q "1 POW 4 ir.-I BA Ad' 4 Pt, , "Nw , , Q " w'-2,551 an N b A . 4- ...--9 .-' J Amin sl fu 1 -wr. bf a N, P 'N mx' I ,534 1 Kke campaign en 5 . . , 1 fin Darlene Sneed, a hopeful nominee for Girls' League. Janie Breeden, a candidate for Commissioner of School Service. Move forward with Gary for Prexyf' The ASB campaign season began with the signing of petitions and the placing of posters all over the school. Next was the big campaign assembly where all the candidates for the commission gave their speeches to win the students' vote. Following the campaign assembly, the ASB Convention was held to establish who would be the candidates for ASB president and vice-president. Then the final step the election, and finally, the results. Congratulations, new commission, and best of luck next year! Darlene DeBolt running for the office of ASB vice- president. O " 6 . an ril . . . ffm fwcfors merqe Q its gw xiii? xl QNX i r :gi s tsl '57-'58 A.S,B. Vice President, Darlene DeBoIt Glen Pierce, A.S.B. President for '57-'58 Congratulations, New Commission! Sponsored by EL CAJUN MEAT CO. - Fine Meals 9? 9 if 6... 1? 'X Pl G! "Will the villainous Simon Darkwoy break down the hero, Truman Pendennis, and capture his lovely Prudence Hope- well?" This question kept the audience in high spirits during the tall production of "Love Rides the Rails." The spring production was "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Hank Bennett touched a live wire which knocked him back into King Arthur's time. The audience en- ioyed this humorous play about an attempt to moderinize the court. Sponsored by PARIS MORTUARY Stop!" cries Sandy lBonnie Weoverl as La Fay lLinda Piercel cuts the wire. They were Cough, unaware while busily preparing for the big opening night. uicc , Gael .l ii i l l 'Q' 'Q .Q-is l i These pictures were all taken at a rehearsal, to show to you the real happenings behind the scene. Sponsored by TROPICAL AWNINCS, INC. 31 N' 5 'EPTER 1 C -1-df Q X -h L ' 1 fx" it S539 'slllt' km' 1- Qt K A gl W N 'Q' . -0 e fx nf ,, -' ' , R J? , 1 MP J AFM 'sf .,. .3 Q., 4 , Q I .l 1 I 6 757 FEBRUARY: Shipwreck Dance, Faculty Basketball Game. MARCH: Freshman Dance, Shamrock Shuttle, i'Evening in Paris" Dance, Good Grooming Week, Election Assembly, Nominating Convention. APRIL: Spring Drama Production, Easter Concert, Military Ball, California Public Schools Week, Roman Banquet. MAY: Choral Concert, Legend Leap Dance, FFA Banquet, Spring Concert, Junior Dance, Ditch Day, Senior Prom. JUNE: Baccalaureate, Commencement, Last day ot school. 1 -IOW POW WOW .i L A LITTLE BIT OF STARDUST HARVEST BALL A LITTLE BIT OF STARDUST Sponsored by MARCK MOTORS FORD DEALER 41 SHIPWRECK DANCE SHAMROCK SHUFFLE SHAMROCK SHUFFLE SHAMROCK SHUFFLE Sponsored by ELCO SELF SERVICE reasure ommfs , s ever orqoffen "Say, Elaine, how about you - uh - I mean could you - "It's a good thing Walt can't that is, why don't you go to the - uh - prom with me?" see me now!" "Here's hoping . . . SENlOR PROM As the excitement rises, last minute prepara- tions are being made forthe big night. Your date finally arrives, and then you are off to the long anticipated and planned Senior Prom. The memorable evening has at last begun. Sponsored by EL CAION VALLEY FLORISTS mf.. Dining ot your favorite restaurant ond driv- ing to Bolboc: Pork ore next. Then, to dreomy prom music, you enter the lounge of the Officer's Club for Q wonderful eve- ning thot will hold pleosont memories for- ever. "Moments to remember . , PROM COMMITTEE Sponsored by WILLEY STA TIONERS , as fha music Harold Lutz Choir Director Lyric music, harmonizing voices with beautiful quality, is what is heard from our choir every time they sing. Under the direction of Harold Lutz, the choir is gaining in experience and num- bers. They now rank among the tops in the area. Spnnsorvrl by STATE FARM INSURANCE AGENCY S fha air. . . In their blue and scarlet robes they have sung at a Christmas concert, Spring Concert, and on several other occasions. Three ot the best mem' bers of the choir have ioinecl to form the Girls' Trio. They sing at special affairs and whenever there is an opportunity. Choir Trio, left to right: Carol Dreis, Dottie Daniels and Sharon Palmer. SIJUIISOFCIZ by CLENVIEW SUPPLY COMPANY z 7 xv 'A' 'I 5 . :Wh . v-P ,.fFE'f6 ' -- sg- , , ,f wr,- 6 xv- . 1 A ' Iv K4 f N .g ' A ,Q is i f -.' XA, linda Pierce Band Maiorette it Led by our twin maiorettes, Jeannie Montgomery and Linda Pierce, the marching band has done outstanding work this year. Beautiful pageantry at football games is what they excel in. Long will be remembered the show performed at the homecoming game. It was really beautiful. They were classed the fifth best band in the All Western Band Review this year at Long Beach. We are all proud of our band and think it is an outstanding organization. .' "' ,4 ,.., H. l x 1 l lx, f 1 "Hn Jeannie Montgomery Band Maiorette VARSITY BAND AND CONCERT BAND Proudly clad in scarlet and blue, the ECVHS Concert Band has made quite a name for itself this year. Receiving a superior at the County Music Festival, they traveled to Morningside High in Los Angeles to play at the regional festival. The Concert Band has presented many fine programs this year and has made our school very proud of them. The group that has played at foot- ball games, basketball games, and assemblies this year has been a new band in the red and white uniforms, doing a great iob for us in keeping up the school spirit. - CONCERT BAND . .... WN E3 ..t. T Wk x K K Q K. , gy xv Mr. Minor Director 1 ' if l i A . . Vi 1 Jl I. I iq J .Q-V' 55...-f' 'N--1' S-P' Spmzsurml by FOSTICIVS OLD FASHIONED FREEZE 11f?1ig,ii:t ' iw' x t Y 1 Y' 'f 'M W-f S ,t 'ie 4, J . W-32 P. t all .l it tstss S -.., S, 1 A sl' . l in O RC H E ST RA is S 1-..., 'Y' 5.-fb " ' .Q Instrumental Dept. Staff The orchestra has represented us well this year. Much improvement has been made because of their active participa- tion in concerts and music festivals. Someone has to do all the work con- nected with the marching and concert band, so a staff is appointed at the end ot the year to do the next year's work. Such jobs as band manager, librarian, uniform manager, and equipment man- ager, are a few of these iobs, Sponsored by OZZIE MUSIC COMPANY ,S+ Qx x Five big shows righi in a row . . . mciny hours of long praciice, hard work, and good cooperation between all, helped To make up our pom-pon and flog corps. A lot of credit goes To copfains Bonnie Weaver, pom-pon, ond Sharon Palmer, Hog. These two really deserve praise for a job well done. The performances Thor The Two corps put on proved Thar They are something To be proud of. Lieurenants Mary Ann Noble, Margie Fears, Marlene Quick, and Virginia Ruiz, and Captain Bonnie Weaver. Sponsored by FRAZEFS EL CAJUN 191 Q "ll"Z' 1 Q - Lteutenants Jeanette Rush and Molly McLaughlin, Captain Sharon Palmer. 'ii iff Miss Carmichael Advisor Sponsored by BENTER BROTHERS, INC. SONGLEADERS Our songleoders reolly hove done ci fine job of keeping up the spirit of The crowd, of our gomes ond pep ossemblies. Their pep ond enthusiasm hos shown fine cooperation between Themselves and our school. Q, X 1 ' hY' xo y-NSC Y Purceii. and Sha , Nunf' , Leww. MMO Conch. T5 nn Sonilixeode ,I- x p,,:..,s ' 'vw X -xv ,:.....-.NJ v - . spwbma by WILPAC MANUFACTURING COMPANY : 4. ., VAS' we 'G is 2 K W 3- me ,+ Y W f .41 X ,. '1 H 'K -i 'Q ts Y-M uf. .i l 3' semis s A 1:B..f,.w...w. if ' s i ,e -if" Q? ' s 1 Gels Vw! 5 -gh + .., M Q as 'EQ A N 'W J '., P1 'EX ,Q , L.m?i LR, h - Q-.U X M w Q N-?'f" f -um 1 ,,c, 1' W' 1 UG59' 1 ...- -1-ii 1 l 51 4 r ,av K Y N A .W , Map:-vgwQ':,x 5 M M.. Ms, 'S x Q J' 'Q 4' ,, n fr ' ,r 9 . ,A ,.,W7 , O - x x W, ix a 'x .aff Q . x wu- 'hw gr 4., me G1 Q' xxx 1 I S SERVICE COMMITTEE BIG SISTER COMMITTEE Chair Virginia Ruiz Louise Rundlett f y 7 gli' 5 EKLQLLZ Pres. Shiela Hirschy, Vice-Pres. Anita Lewis, Sec. Sandra Rossman, Treas. Nancy Purcell, Sponsor Mrs. Hansen. To serve loyally, and to preserve carefully the ideals of citizenship and school spirit in El Caion Valley High School, to establish tor each student a sense of responsibility which not only begins, but finishes each task, to establish good fellowship and loyal friendship with-and tor-each member of the league, and to work unceasingly for the high stand- ing and progress of the girls of El Cajon Valley High School, are the main purposes of this tine organ- ization. Some of their many activities include: Big Sister Playday, Good Grooming Week, Slumber Party, Thanksgiving Assembly, Christmas Giving, Shamrock Suttle, and their Installation Dinner. The Girls' League is based on: "What you are to be, you are now becoming." . so , FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEE Cl'l0'V CUf0l Sfepllon' Chair. Claudia Suman . S bi H ...W i i i QV? v-"M X Sheila Hnrschy President Mrs. Hanson Advisor PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Choir., Carolyn Kurzke L, . v A few of the many activities this organization has participated in are: rifle competition drill competition, leadership school for cadets summer camp, and Camp Pendleton field trip C.C.C. OFFICERS Battalion Commander Maior Bob Standring, Battalion Executive Officer lst Lt. Harry Kittrell, S-l Officer lst Lt. Leonard Patzer, S-2 Officer Sgt. Douglas Marshall, S-3 Officer MfSgt. Dick Hart, S-4 Officer Sgt. Keith Gaden, A Co. Commander lst Lt. Harry Kittrell, B Co. Commander 2nd Lt. Glenne Bowers, Sponsor, Capt. D. E. Teater. They have also performed many voluntary services for the school, such as football and basketball voluntary service guards, and color guard for assemblies. . ' .,. us. ...iv 1 C "Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to serve and living to serve." To help promote rural life with boys and provide a wholesome outlet for their energy is the purpose of the F,F.A. 'im W , vw --- , . . . . 4. -----no---A X , ...ia FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA F,F.A. OFFICERS: Pres., Dick Magoffin, Veep, Jack Small, Sec., Jerry Crews, Treas., Don Whited, Reporter, Harold Matsumto, Sentinel, Don McKee. Sponsors, Mr. Dyer and Mr. Bosley. "ls, 'I Their activities include annual Harvest Ball, Parent and Son Banquet, and El Caion Fair 53 rm-uw' The California Scholarship Federation purpose is to advance scholarship at El Cajon Valley High School. 54 ,+L C.S.F. OFFICERS Fall Officers: Pres., Dick Magoffing Veep, Gloria Hunsbergery Sec., Linda Vittorg Treas., Barbara Austin. Spring Officers: Pres., Sharon Gregg, Veep, Tom Odorng Sec., Sandi Rossmang Treas., Carolyn Kutzke. The Sponsors are Mr. Edgar and Mr. Greta. Some of their activities include: C.S.F. District Convention at Cal. Western, C.S.F. S.D. Section Convention at U.C. Riverside, and the Grossmont District C.S.F. Banquet. --......,L., FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Pres., Elaine Molzahn, Veeps, Linda Smith and Kathy Clark, Sec., Nancy Russell, Treas., Charlotte Leeper, Sponsors, Mr. Barrons and Mr, Baker. To further the interest in the business field of the future is the aim of the FBLA. They have participated in many club activities. SEVARBS Pres., Carol Stephani, Veep, Vivian Piatkiewiaz, Secs., Barbara Austin and Judy Johnson, Treas., Carol Scott, Sponsors, Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Green. This club is affiliated with the YWCA. Their activities included a fall fashion show, YWCA service proiects, and a recog- nition ceremony. EARLS Pres., Bill Kidder, Veep, Walt Dyer, Sec., Glen Pierce, Treas., John Doren, Sponsor, Mr. Green. To create, maintain and extend throughout the home high standards of Christian character is the purpose of this club. Their activities included "A Little Bit of Stardust" dance. 55 i l AMPOLLOS lSOPH Y-TEENSI Pres., Peggy Self, Veeps Elaine Molsberry and Maureen Galyn, Sec. Pat Giles, Treas., Margo Axtell, Sponsor, Mrs. Johnson IYWCAI. To grow as a person in friendship, with people of all races, is the desire of this fine service club. The "Sock and Rock Hop," plus YWCA activities, kept these girls busy this year. W 9 l VARSITY CLUB Pres., John Millum, Veep., Gary Hokensong Sec.-Treas., Bob Manis, Historian, Bobby Con- treras, Sponsors, the coaching staff. To further interest in Varsity sports and to support all athletic events is the purpose of this club. Membership is composed of Varsity lettermen- SCIENCE CLUB IMEGABACEPSI Pres., John Musgrove, Veep, Frank Vittor, Sec., David Yaruss: Treas., Georae Johnston, Sponsor, Mrs. Curry. This club has tried to promote scientific attitudes and interest in the students by various programs, proiects and field trips which pertain to science. . w.m,.,....M JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE OF EL CAJON Pres., Peggy Self, Veep, Philip Taylor, Sec.-Treas., Maren Bogeng Sponsor, Mrs. Curry. The goal of this club is to promote interest in the Latin language and to further the under- standing of the ancient world societies. Each year they have a Roman Banquet. ALPINE TRI HI-Y Pres., Marie Bradshaw, Veep, Marilyn Stille, Sec., Mary Lou Spires, Treas., Marcine Bostrom, Chaplain, Merilu Wilcox, Sponsor, Mrs. Bradshaw. To create, maintain and extend high standards of living are the purposes of this club. Their activities included the March ot Dimes Campaign and other community proiects. FROSI-l Y-TEENS Pres., Ruth Ann Spethman, Veep, Dorothy Miles, Sec., Carol Eggertg Treas., Judy Bessmeyer, Sponsor, Mrs. Servick. The main principle of this organization is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing the ideals of living to which they are committed by their faith as Christians. GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION Pres., Sandra Admireg Veep, Martha Zeleskyg Sec., Maren Bogang Treas., Karen Tobing Sponsors, Girls' Phys. Educ. Dept. The G.R.A. tries to stimulate an interest in girls' sports and to emphasize the educational and social as well as the physical values of sports and recreational activities. 58 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUB Pres., Patricia Belshag Veep, Nancy Russellg Sec,-Treas., Beverly Williamsg Sponsor, Marian V. Cook. The purpose of this club is to encourage the reading of good literature in E.C.V.H.S. Among their activities they were hostess for the mid-winter conference of the San Diego County Library Assistants. ng...- aulx G.R.A, Officers: Veep, Martha Zeleskyg Sec., Maren Bogan., Treas., Karen Tobin YOUTH FOR CHRIST Pres., Don Fiesta, Veep, Margaret Foster, Sec., Zona Long, Treas., Zona Long, Sponsor, Mr, Van Note. To help young people live a Christian life at home and at schoo lis the purpose of Y.F.C. ATAYA HORIZON CLUB Pres., Judy Milsten, Veep, Joyce Murray, Sec., Lois Lee Wilson, Treas., Ethel Stuver, Sponsor, Mariners Club, Presbyterian Church. The purpose of this club is to develop a sense of responsibility and to be courteous and help others, Some of their activities include school service jobs and the annual Horizon Club Conference. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Pres., Sandy Krasin, Veep, Nancy Russell, Sec.-Treas., Carol Lueker, Sponsors, Mrs, Mattingly, Mr. Williams, Mr. Peace and Mr. Bunting. The purpose of this crgaization is to acquaint interested students with the teaching profession and to encourage them toward college CCI TEBFS. ,Lf ,,., Lf, 1 -... if v mf r T"i'R " ash J 5 141 U' ' -n. ip.: f 'x fig -Q Ssfgissis .S,. .ag ,N s. N X K S R fm . 'if 5A. 5: .f- A " 5' if if' . 5 Y . fx any E856 UUY WXGDYYXX 'i it . 'fi g ali. QL 'Qif' f1:,x-:gf -,'fQf':'f '7 xgsflgw , xl, ,Q , K- Q., yrgfgrg 5' po nfs AVL 1? ya' , 4 . uf ag: 5' fr Q 4 I 4- ,T '1 . N 4. , will, U f 7 X sz .Y 3,1 'M' ' E Y . --9 ,Qs ffl m.W. Rv ' . . I ' U 'F' A ' 2. - , "X f .J . fx ff 3,,,,.,. xwlf W - , , ,K x .ji-. - , ' , A :QI ,f ix' 'W im: . ,J ""TEver cheering us on . -m,,.,..,.... .. 5, Q ks . , , ...JH ghofbaff 6 Coach Fielder arsify Coach Otterson Completing their season with a 14-6 victory over Grossmont, the Braves of EI Cajon ended with a 4 win, 3 loss, I tie season. Head coach Glen Otterson and line coach Bob Fielder guided the Braves through their first win- ning season since the start of football here at ECVHS. At the end of the season four members of the Braves squad were picked for the All Metro League team. These boys are: Dave Barrus, Bob Manis, Dick Magoffin and Joe Klucewich, who was also the league's leading scorer with 66 points. We look forward to next year with bigger and better hopes for another winning season. El Cajon 6 ................. Helix 24 El Cajon 13 .... .... S weetwater 13 EI Cajon 33 .... .... G rossmont 12 El Cajon 32 .... .... C hula Vista 14 EI Cajon 14 .... .... P oint Loma 6 EI Cajon Helix 38 El Cajon 6 .... .... S weetwater 24 EI Cajon 14 .... .... G rossmont 6 Sponsored by RENE-AL BEAUTY SALON 4- W pw.. Q24 ANZ! A I, ,,A- i1m1lH.P"5i'x Joe Klucewich K. 1-'T f vk 1, 9' .4 Bobby Contreras Q rf.-9 Dick Mogoffin Charlie York Dick STUCGY A Q . if ln nc . 4f"1::. I 1 .slr K ,Q I6 , Q11 i, ff! A .o 9, vr . 1 o ' Qfffi 1..l'2'fGl,j R A X x , 3 3 A A L " x in fa' ofa-1-'Wg'-J' ,I 'iii r, r jr ai, F'-7'ifgL,fo sf-.,.M rf - ' A f ' .e5N.Y'.'u.iff'+.,-V 4' if V ' Herman York lW'.IShfS!IiZ 6 ' Bob Mcmis ' , Dove Ba rrus John Nelson Jon Millum S 1" uMY't'93 I v-X fri T 1 'LS' . ... fi QM SENSE? 'N " ' . D : Q My 1' ' N jr.: . ,, r--aw . L . 1 I L 'Q ZW? Y 4 ' IST' Q' " 1 D- , 'fl ' r- . . . ' "' -I .. . ,-.W ' 559 vii QQ- r Q... '.. , l f ' x ' N . .1 . f 'Sh 1 K ' Q viii' , 1' ' , K' A . 2' mfa-f ' gf, ' ' Q I Coach Wenbourne J.V. FOOTBALL 'lBuilding cmd gaining experience for next year's varsity" was the motto of this year's ECVHS Jr. Varsity footballers. Coached by Earl Wenbourne and Dwight Teater, the J Vee's gave their opponents battle after battle. Although their season ended with- out benefit ot a win, the Jr. Braves gained the necessary experi- ence next year's varsity will need. Terrific battles were put up against Sweetwater, Helix, and Grossmont. - Coach Teator Sponsored by ART DINOLEUM AND TILE FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Climaxing their season with a 7-O victory over Grossmont, our frosh squad ended with a 5 win, l loss season. Coach Bob Spencer commended Pat Mallory, James Rinner, Don Patterson, and Dave Goedker for outstanding play and team spirit. These tour, teaming with Jerry Fisher, Billy Brunson and Jimmy Brown in the backfield, kept the opposition with only one thought in mind: "Anything Can Happen." Coach Spencer JeV'Y Flsllef Outstanding .fi Jim Rinner Outstanding h I A . l L . -. ' I Q ,.., - g . . ,QQ :A , W - . , , - f gil i . X 4 'st'.'X.'f "V" ' .. 'C . . - -.N A. , i - , -W f sv. , we xxx FT' 'if , -- 5- . . V- .,. V. r' -w -ef. Q. a'if95"fN1w'-'V-427' H .Q-gs--E s, . u 1 ' .M Q f',N' 'V '...'+g if s"s?'..i'f'H-E' f-rlfk X'f 2-1' f . 'Fx ' ' .l .un .A-i.'v W .f Q' . XV" K"f.g,'-M7 v' j5:94s,1gS.5f"gfQSl5,aqi:-Nmfj, ,if-'xx , lfffg, n., ,xx -5 h ,hi wha y , .. x ' 5'is1,4:i.s V.-S.. 'i5"Y1' 5f?'3,g:,ll"ffati--vlmfif QSM, ff-A -' 'U Q A-"5 A Z4 - . s-3, K Q is wf'f-Q ".1+rS"- x , , 1'- ' f . E B - 5 4. ret- -:E-tm-fat-'los-.21tf.-.M-,f':.5 2 FH VP-.. f er- v M'-W .sf . Sponsored by HARPER'S MARKET and SERVICE STATION 6 I E iqkfg W en vicforious . . . Left to rnalv: G. Thomas, J. Warner, B. Hulburd, J, Portlock, K. Clark, G. Halgren, D. Stacey, G. Hokenson, E. Moreno, J. Klucewiclw D. Maqoffm, managers C. Osfermeyer, J, Blue, and J. Kimmel in back. y ,L Cael Halgren Y 4 Bobby Conlreras K -l Q .gf 1- up Jo? Klucewiclw J ,J I Jimmy Portloclc J f ll Duck Stacey Pav Noyes Ron l-lalvorson my Kenny Clark NX f J r KN li J N an wr .N Q, xl l 64, Sponsorffrl by CRAIC'S UPHOLSTERINC cQ FURNITURE CO. rave in defend. . . VARSITY BASKETBALL In his first year os head Metro coach, Ar- mond Mcztern should be complimented for the many hours he worked with the teom. Although our seoson's record vvasn't very impressive, the Matern '5' had tour wins over Grossmont, Mar Vista, Escondido, and Lo Jolla. Led by Bobby Contreras, the Braves squcld showed fine spirit in victory os well os in detectt. Gael Halgren, Jim Portlock, Joe Klucewich, and Dick Stacey will be missed as next season rolls around. Coach Matern Halvorson leaps and gets the ball away from Helix. An attempted shot by Halvorson against the Foothillers. Joe Klucewich is ready to back Bobby Contreras with plenty of Braves' teamwork, Sponsored by BILL REYNOLDS CHEVRON STATION "B" BASKETBALL By dropping The San Diguieto Mustangs, our "B" Basketballers won their first game This year at ECVHS. Led by Coach Bob "Cannonball" Spencer, the Bees showed Tre- mendous fight and The will to win. With victories over Sweetwater and Grossrnont, and much valu- able experience, they brought their season To a close. Jerry Peters and Larry Hancock were elected captain and most valu- able players ot This year's squad. Coach Spencer Jerry Peters li M Lo rry Hancock Outstanding O .1 Outstanding I tl. 1 l 1 Sponsored by THE SPAID COMPANY F- REAL ESTATE BROKERS FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL TEAM FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL Coached by Dwight Teater, this year's Frosh-Soph team gained much valuable experience and needed seasoning that ifvill help the Varsity in the years to come. Most ot the members ot the squad started the season with no game experience at all, but eager to learn, they had a good starting five by the jnd of the SGGSOFI. ar , Roy Thomas Outstanding Roger Foster Outstanding Sponsored by ARROW SURPLUS STORE IQD' I X 1 Max Cheney Outstanding Tl-tey're off and running! This year's ECVHS Brave harriers, coached by Joe Brooks, finished the season with a very impressive record. A strong Chula Vista Spartan group handed us our only loss when the final score was 28-27. Led by iuniors Max Cheney and Bill Hudson and freshman Terry McWilliams, the Braves represented our school in true Brave fashion, showing good sportsmanship, team effort, and fine spirit. Coach Brooks Bill Hudson Outstanding Left to right-Back row: B. Hudson, W. Tharp, F. Northcutt, R. Paris, T. McWilliams. Front row: J. Wofford, W. Maize, B. Snyder, M. Cheney. Sponsored by PERNICANO'S PIZZA HOUSE iv: l I fini Z in .Al X 1 l QQ QB W Joe Drouin Outstanding .-rf uvd, THC? Won the fro h JR. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY The junior Braves of this year's cross country team had an excellent season and, lust like the varsity, had the determination it takes to build a winning team. Coach Joe Brooks, in return for his work with the boys, received the same output as the Varsity-a winning team. Next year we look forward To a winning team also, because our J.V. team was made up mainly of sophomores and iuniors. P y at Mount Sac. , rf. Leon Opolski lOutstanding 1.59 123: 6 lasik vs E. J.V. Cross Country team in action! Sponsored by T. H. BARKDULL, LICENSED SURVEYUR I Third row, Left to right. D. Olney, R. Radley, S. Marecko, J. Worth, B. Hudson, R. Paris, W. Leach, T. McWilliams. Second row: B. Haisch, P. Cornelius, B. Hayes, T. Odom, B. Goulet, F, Northcutt, M. Cheney, First row: H. Landis, F. Hampy, J. Wofford, B. Gartley, B. Snyder, and B. Schenayder. .ff Q 2, . 4 tt' , A great vault by Bob Haisch. Coach Joe Brooks "A" TRACK The "A" track team, although weakened by loss of several outstanding seniors last year, made a fine showing under the expert guidance of Coach Joe Brooks. Probably the closest meet and the hardest defeat to take was The loss to Grossrnont by a mere l l!5 points. Led by lettermen Ron Paris, Harry Landis, Max Cheney, Bill Hudson, Jack Wofford, Joe Rubidoux, Bill Hayes, and Roy Radley, our Brave thinclads were one of the powers of the Metro League. l Grossmont breaks through the tape. "B" TRACK This year's "B" tracksters were led by several sophomores and iuniors. Ron Stacey and Randy Gartley in the broad iump, who were consistent Ground 20 feet, 'ed The attack. Joe Rubin Randy Gartley's broad jump helps to bring victory for El Caion. doux in the hurdles and George Thomas in the pole vault were big reasons why this team was a powerful representative of El Caion's track team. 1 'U Q Q J 5? , 1 X . ..1-s. I no 7' 3, as vi ' ,,.. l ,. Q vii? 'K' W1 43iI"I ' uni! R Back row, Left to right: G. Mase, P. Mallory, R. Campbell, W. Morris, S. Holliday, W. Dyer, D. Murphy, J. Pierce. Middle row: H. l-lem, D. Schlegel, J, Fisher, F, Vittor, R. Wolher, Goedker, E, Pitman. First row: A. Polloch, W. Thays, J. Phillips, J. Drouin, R. Stacey, R. Lewis, J. Bilkey. Spmzsorvrl by IVIEACHUIWS FURNITURE STORE 'slr B ' X 5, ml B n-Wie - 3 V . , ' sf ' 'lg Q A srrs B K Am - mr, ,.... "C" TRACK TEAM Although losing several top notch performers Leon Opolski in 660 was another big reason why to the "A" and "B" squads, our "Cs" were this year's Cs were successful. Coach Joe Brooks outstanding in several events. Bob Synder was devoted much time and labor, and the end outstanding in the 660 and also the Pole Vault. results were well worth his time. Sponsored by PRANTER'S FOOD MARKET fl An outstanding hurdler, John Fishburl 'Vx no Q ' ,,,- , i:'s.,++?-S14-5 '- i- v"l--v-,,,...-'--'f !lQ.'. 'f-W' . - .' 1 . . f . " , ,, r . x' I I Q N 5 - ',.-'-- N . ..- -Y -f 'W 4. - V A ' x ,,,.,-- - ' .. X mx . . X 1 f -X f . Q. 1 . X, .ga .HH--""""f'7"' ' 'A A ' Q... ,, ,Qi W.. ,,,. - V . ,-.- K -. K x., . - L, -g...,. Lrfggaff--LF-53. . . K Ay..wf- 5, 3.1 ,Lx:- .N gi .K .lv - "' 'S 'Y' 'A " 2J1.iS.QQ-"H Q..- 1 M- .,. '13 .ffl-f --4' . -'.L .1.5'q,f. ' L," C Ui. NEWS? V1.4- N v Ny: N.. X Q gm 2:5 -W ,gg N s-,.,.. ... ' Y PI' Z? . F M Q R... K 1 k,,,,.-'W X - .mx Jw , 4' .. 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K' Q ,A al ,,,ro,.sf so Q i---f M- VARSITY BASEBALL Varsity baseball coach Bob Fielder, though lacking in abundance of seasoned material, has come up with a "varsity" 9 well worth his time and effort. ln their first league outing, Grossmont tell victim to the Braves by the score ot 19-O. Seniors Bob Contreras, Jim Portlock, Jim Warner, and Lou Watts will be missed after graduation, but a fine group of sophomores and iuniors, led by Rusty Cook, Gary Hokenson, Jerry Peters, and Bill Christianson, will continue on next year. Spmzsored by HATCH CHEVROLET DEALERS NK, I I 1. J' ! ig .J .-1 I x '- x ' 1 , I Ml' l Bock row, left to right: P. Hulbert, B. Rousseciu, F. Ricco, G. Hombric, J. Kumke, G. Stone, I. Bourell, J. Rinner, B. Brunson, R. Hall. Front row: J. Carroll, J. Brown, L. Sturgeon, P. Merrill, R. Hogsed, B. O'Neil, H. Harness, L. Hancock, ond B. Honncsch. ,.. - 5 27' .... . xi A ' -.. --vs J.V. BASEBALL ln his first outing os o boseboll cooch, Glen Otferson should receive 0 por on the buck, not only hos he come up with o solid Tecnm, cr feom mode up mostly of freshmen ond sophomores, buf he has fielded on Team which hos carried on The spirit ond fight of The previous J.V. feom. e+T l 5 Coach Green Left to right. D. Davis, B. Mclierney, D. Millsap, M. Weeks, B. Shirey, A. Merrill, J. Breeden, L, Lueker, J, Koppang, Searle Turner, and Coach Green, Y W Wg. . - F" ,. Q . Ps li 2 fi? 5525 Searle Turner sends The ball 313: flying over the net, Ag-.. - 1 Q3 'fl J.V. Tennis Team VARSITY AND .l.V. TENNIS This yeor's Tennis teams were under The direction of Coach Green. The varsity will lose Three varsity players This year, Turner, Koppang, and Leuker, but have two up and coming freshmen To Take Their place, Breeden and McKerney. All in all, The Teams had o preffy good season. 79 1 'S Ckcmks fo flze Ceann X on Skov av Sl Caj0n,5lC"1lOn ' Lfe give frazse to you, Rel ana lvlul ,Relana blue Jiang! for the Brave anhfriue. l ' f' Atta aeiem -jowlwmfr in Us ll LQ Amer A OU l ' Ueyefrouh fo ryohollj ry OIIOLIJ' i e V ma Ten naw Q YL CL CClilonrllla'll"d.ll no Cl C0510 1 Mgfsxx' TO THE BRAVES ' that represent our great school . '. . no matter what the score . . . what the disadvantages We of the Legend staff of El Caion Valley High School wish to express our most sincere con- gratulations for the fine showings, and tor the great sportsmanship displayed by all the teams of El Caion. Someone once said "That nothing great is achieved without great labor, that solid accomplishment rests on hard work." This quotation hqs been proven by all the teams . . . you, the Braves, came through, with great odds against you . . . May you always keep this attitude through your lives and keep the "candle burning" so that others may follow your path of Victory for your students, your teachers, and your school. Sponsored by I. FRANK'S ELECTRIC o XM? if D I x N qu . 'mf Q . V . Qi "'lrp"' I x W y - , X V Q XX. A o . w .- Q . . I , . - . Q ' in Q - . . 14 f 5 ' -. .g t if , ix 1 "K e 1 Vg. N iz 9,5 . v as me . 'B .f' . I- i'!CQ'g -im. 3- 'l X i V' 'f.,kXf i A Rlixg ' ' is 1 EL in as Q. K A t kiwi A x e iqft A ' 'T ' x I o K c Remember all their help and encouragement . A Law. H ,,..1..k...,....,, , ,.. Theres something about graduation that makes one want to weep and to be cheertul at the same moment ...' 'And we say not good-bye, but 'au-revoir'. You have reacnea one ot tne first steps in your knowledge of life." bk 'N xlkm q rf' Lite is so short . . . and we have so many things to accomplish . . . in so little time. You are to ddermine hovv your future is to be governed. May you walk steadfast at all times with a never-ending urge to make life a happier and more intriguing event . . .. -1u-- , i S. ff , 77 ZYZLOVS I fff 57 'Q' X ,I ll 1" Q X X t o 1 -:liz , X I-'fs Z 'X4 r - 1 -.. X. V9 .. - 2, ggx 15? ig Z Ni .U , i ff , J. X X l .- lk .A , C e l I X l Q-S 6 Mrs. Mayfield Counselor qs- ls 3 ,12- u Dave Carlson Treasurer Linda Vitfor Cultural Affairs Karen Wilson Publicity -sz L i V . ,..l H-M1 SENIOR GIFT DHCH DAY Clzcmks fo flzese commiffees 84 simon PIN CARDS AND ANNOUN Sponsored by BLAINE BAKER OVERHEAD GARAGE DOOR CO. CEMENT5 lv... FIN DANCE AND ASSEMBLY ANCE Pmvnsss AND Pusucvrv or aff flze successfu! Senior evenfs awglxll ..,..J" CAP AND GOWN BACCALAUREATE AND GRADUATION , I ZIZLOVS --5 Spirit Lori Ashford Bingo Miller Most Likely To Succeed Sharron Gregg Jim Edmonds X x Personality Jon Oleson Joe Klucewich oice Looks Bill Lowrey Anita Lewis vxl I .L 'x mi g , vs u i N1 N N O 8? x N X N 1, Q1 X wk xx Yi' Q Q 3 3 . Q 5 s E , f ' 4 5 . 4 5. I . ,Q I Ad f X x A R: JA A Q m Vg 3 K Mfg, I x . .+ nk y Q - , A-1 -. N: "wk 4. 1 '- 'ff . ' .1 W Q ...xvfxk wr' ' fklkik , " W xfllil 'K F, .A pw fr vkdxrbq w. ,M rl.: ,Ls I - Pi...J:.h "bill"n IQYMYS A' gr RIFIWV K.. -Zur! Q,' kay' , Q V v.. g1,1 Y f I 1 yn, f lyviw, f ' ..X.- , -g if K ini -- - rf f K f - fy 'W A A i?4f5Qfgj,e -' 'Zi' 3' 1 1 . - K J' 5 .fi . ,. Q 1 f , AROL N CHOOL Because of interest in a Carolyn Was AWARD A outstanding par'ricipaTion and number of school activities, for The rnosf outstanding in of-3 95 . ,MW N Bank of America Award Math and Science Jim Edmonds Bank of America Award Music and Arr Judy Siraubinger Wdl' Daughters of the American Revolution Sharron Gregg imzers Bank of America Award Liberal Arts Gloria Hunsberger r"" M-W Bank of America Award Industrial Arts Dick Magoffin Bank of America Certificate Winners: Torn Odom, Math, Mary Hunsicker, Artg Carol Webb, Social Scienceg Mary Ann Noble, Businessg Nancy Fisher, Home- making. ALLEN, WINFORD COLIN Reading and mechanics are 'Woody's" favorite pastimes. Agriculture is his favorite sub- iect, and after graduation in June he plans to major in ag. at Texas A 81 M. I ASHFORD, ESTHER LORRAINE Cheerleader 4 . . . Choir 4 . . . Jr. Achievement 4 . . Prom Comm 4 . . . Dolphi- nettes 3 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 3 . . Jr. Choir 3 . . . were enioyed by "Lori" BAKER, JOSEPH ROY "Joe" took part in: Marching and Concert Band I, 2, 3 . . . Pep Band 3 . . . Orch. 2, 3 ..CSFl,2,4...Jr.Sr. Play 3, 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3 , , . Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . Stage mgr. ASB Play 4. ALEXANDER, FRANK CLINTON Frank says that his favorite pastime is school, but he also enjoys fishing. He will attend San Diego JC to major in math and mechanical drawing. ANDERSON, DAVID LAURENCE To play saxophone profession- ally is "Pinky's" ambition. He has been in Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Band A . . . Soph. Basketball 2 . . . "C" Basketball . . . He enioys working on cars. AUSTIN, BARBARA "Barb's" activities were: Mar- n Conf. 2 3 Class Treas . . . ASB SEC. A ...PromComm.3,4.., Arch Bearer 3 . . . Ditch Day 4 . . . Election Board 2, Ch. 4 , . . Se Varbs Veep, Sec 4. ANDERSON, BEVERLY MAE "Bev's" activities: Cheerleader 3, 4 . , . Election Board 3 . . . Kaoselles 2 . . . Student Council 1, 2, 3 . . . Prom Committee 3 . . . Pep Cats . . . ASB Convention I, 2, 3 . . Se Varbs 3, T ATKINS MARY ANNE Mary Anne plans to attend S D. State to be a teacher. Her activities were Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . Pub. Ch. 3 . . . Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. 3 . . , Student Council 3. BAKER, REX O. Rex participated in FFA I, 2, 3, 4 . . . His hobbies are water sports and dating. He also favors mermaids and mojoretts. He plans to attencl Cal Poly. . ALLEN, JACK RAY FIELD Jack attended Tech High in Texas and Mar Vista High in Imperial Beach before coming to El Colon. His hobby is boat racing and girls. ANDERSON, STANFORD GERALD "Stan" seems to like any- hing connected with cars and electronics. He plans to attend State College and major in electronics. His fa v o r i t e pastimes are cars and girls. BAINUM, BEVERLY KAYE Maiorette 2 . . , Arch Bearer 3 . . . Girls' League 3, 4 . , . Prom Comm 3 . . . Latin Club 3 . . , Assembly Committee 3 . . . Pageant 2 . . . were among "Bev's" activities. BARRUS DAVID EARL Football I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soph baseball 2 . . . Pageant I, 2 . . . Track 3, 4 . . . Speech Squad3...Drama4... Band I. Dave would like to attend S. D. State college. BETTS, CHARLES ROGERS "Chuck" took part in FFA I, 2, 3, 4 . . . J. V. Baseball 3 . . . He plans to enter Col Poly after graduation and major in agriculture. His ambi' tion is to be a rancher. BALLANTYNE, CARLA JOAN Playing the piano and dancing are among Carla's favorite pastimes. CSF 'l, 2, 3, A . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . She would like to major in psychology at Redlands. BEARBY, LAURIE HOPE Laurie was active in Pep Club 2, 4 . . . Dolphinettes 3 . . . Se Varbs 4 . . . G. L. Pub. Comm. 4 . . . Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . . Choir 3. She plans to be a telephone opera- tor. BARRY, VIRGINIA ROSE "Girtny's" activities were: Flag Corps 3, 4 . . . Election Board 2, 3 . . . Girls' League Election Comm. 4 . . . Student Council 2 . . . Her ambition is to become a nurse. BISHOP, ERVIN WILFRED CSF . . . Wrestling 4 . Football 4 . . . Track 4 . . Marston Conference 3, 4 . . Earls Hi-Y . . . Election Board . . . "Sonny" hopes to moior in ag. or engineering at college. BARBEE, MILTON MAJOR Milt will probably join the Air Force after graduation. Among his activities have been: Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 2, 3,4...FFAl,2,3,4.. Wrestling 4. BECKSTEAD, HENRY FRANK Henry enioys reading, and raising rabbits is his hobby. After graduation he will at- tend Mt. Sac Jr. College in Pomona and maior in animal husbandry. 'Q' BLAKE, RICHARD LEON "Dick" is one guy who can really dance up a storm, as dancing is his hobby. He was active in Dukes 2 . . . LEGEND STAFF 3 . . . His ambition is to be a mortician. BLISS, BEVERLY JEAN "Bev" plans to attend Business College to study to be a secre- tary. She was active in Con- cert Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls' League Rep. 3 . . . Latin Club 2 .... Red Robe Choir 2. BONNEY, STANLEY CARL 'Stan's" ambition is to travel around the world. While in school he participated in cross country. He is undecided as BOONE GLENNA VONDENE Vondenes favorite pastime is driving and riding in cars . . Her ambition is to either be an airline stewardess or ge Y to his college plans. married after she graduates. BOYD, RONALD ALVIN Ronny would like to attend either San Diego State or S. D. Junior College. He enioys drama. His activities included: Basketball . . . Track. BRIMNER, DONALD WAYNE His activities included March' ing Band l, 2, 3 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Military Science l, 2 . . . Honor Cadet 2. San Diego State is his destination. BOURGEOIS, LOUISE JANET Skating seems to be Louises favorite pastime and someday she wants to be a professional skater. Typing has been her favorite class at ECVHS. BRAWN, ALLAN B. Skin diving rates high on "Al's" list of favorite pastimes. He also enioys fishing and hunt- ing. During high school he participated in FFA 'l, 2, 3, 4. CARLSON, DAVID JEROME 'Dave" participated in Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sr. Class Treas. 4 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Prom Comm. 4 . . . Senior Gift 4 . . . Finance, Priv. and Pub. Comm. Ch. 4 . . . He plans to attend S. D. State, CALLERY, MICHAL CLAUDE "Mike" has a talent for draw- ing, his favorite subiect has been art. Like many Braves, he attended Groosmont two years and came to El Caion for his final two years. 96 l BRADY, JOHN HOWARD An electronics course at S. D. Jr. College or SDSC is "John- nie's" destination after grad' uation. He attended Kearny, Grossmont, and El Caion. He enjoys working on cars. BURTON, RICHARD Athletics has been the field in which "Dick" has had the most interest. He has partici- pated in Football I, 2, 3 . . . Basketball l, 2, 3 . . . Base- ball l, 2 . . . His ambition is to "work". CARROLL, JO ANN Jo Ann's activities were Song- leader 4 . . . J. V. Cheer- leader 3 . . . Foothill Echoes 2 . . . Smoke Signal Ad. Mgr. 3 . . . Election Board 3 . . . Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. Sec. 4 . . . Prom Comm. BOWEN, NORVAL MAX Photography rates high as his favorite class . . . Square dancing as his hobby . . . Visiting his girl friend, "Max's" favorite pastime. BREWER, SHARLENE Girls' Glee 1 . . . Concert Choir 3 . . . Smoke Signal 3 . . . were among her activi- ties. Sharlene plans to grad- uate in January and to be a private secretary, CANIS, EVELYN BARKER "Evy ' s" activities: G. L. Friendship Comm. 3, Big Sister Comm. 4 . . . Se Varbs 3 . , . Science Club 3 . . . Her favorite pastimes are being with her husband and skating. fe CHAVEZ, MARY VERA Vera's activities were ASB Play 3, 4 . . . Jr,-Sr. Play 3 . , . Girls' League 2, 3, 4 . . . Se Varbs 3, 4 Pres 3 , . . Prom. Comm. 3, 4 . . . Election Board 4. She wants to join a Mau Mau Tribe. COKER, WALTER OWEN "Walt" enjoys cars and hunt- ing. He has the strange ambi- tion to "stay" single. His favorite subject has been auto shop. He participated on the Dance Comm. 4. COPELAND, PAUL ALLEN "Big Al" took part in: Pep Band and Orchestra 2, 3 . . . Marching and Concert Band I, 2,3...ASBPlay3...Jr. Sr. Play 3 . . . Marston Conf. 3 . . , Fall Play 4 , . . Ditch Day 4. CARRUTH. BEVERLY GUENDYLON Photography is "Bobs ' hobby and also, her favorite class. Reading is her favorite pastime . . . She plans to attend junior college. Her ambition is to be a beauticiari. CHILSON, RICHARD LEE "Dick's" favorite pastime is working with livestock and he plans to attend college and major in agriculture. He was active in FFA 2, 3, 4. COMO, BARBARA ANN "Bobbie's" activities included Kaoselles 2 . . . Student Coun- cil I . . . ASB Conv. Delegate 2 . . . She plans to get married after graduation. Driving and swimming are her favorite pastimes. 63 'er CHERNUS, MICHAEL WILLIAM "Mike" plans to attend both EI Camino .I.C. and UCLA, to major in P.E. His ambition is to be a physical education coach. l-le has for swimming. Comm. 4, special talent D i t c h Day COLBY, EDWARD SPENCER "Ed" plans to enter the Mili- tary Service, Navy, after grade uation. His ambition is to play professional baseball. His hobby is all sports and he likes to watch and eat. COPELAND, PATRICIA ANN Water skiing and roller skating are "Pat's" hobbies. She would like to attend State College for a secretarial course. Her activities were: Ticket Squad 4 . . . Senior Dance Comm. 4. CAVIN, JAMES NEAL "Big Jim" plans to attend both S. D. State and Whittier College. He has special talent for talking and exercises it in his favorite subject, Speech. FFA 2, 3, 4. CISCO, NOAH MAE A major in Science and Math- ematics at San Bernadino College is planned by Noah . . . She enjoys skating and dancing. Physics is the subject she likes best. .is jj R -6 U COOLEY, KATHLYN FRANCES "Kitty" came to El Cajon from Monte Vista, Colorado in her Junior year. She participated in: Band I, 2, 3, 4 . ,. Science Club. She hopes to at- tend S. D. State College. 5' fl? COXSEY, NORMA JEAN Norma's activities were Prom Comm. 3, 4 . . Marston Conf. 3, A . . . ASB Play 3 ...SeVarbs3,4...G.L. Election Comm. 3 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Ditch Day Comm. A. COX, ALVIN LLOYD Listening to music is "Alvin's" favorite pastime . . . Diving is his hobby . . . Earl's Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . His activities . . . Plans to attend San Diego State College. CREGO, GENE ALVIN Bowling I, 2, Veep 3 . . . Blade and Edge 1, 2 , . . Choir 3, 4 . . . were some of Gene's activities. He enioys 'W swimming, bowling and camp- CURTIS, NAOMA LEE Naoma came to El Cajon from Hoover in her junior year. Her ambition is to be a model. She took part in Girls' League while at ECVHS. DREIS, CARROLL LYNNE Frosh Songleader . . . Dolphis nettes Tri-Hi-Y 3 . . . Choir 3,4...Trio,ASBRep... Red Cross Rep . . . were Carroll's activities. She likes clancing, singing, and being hvpivvi COYNE, MARY EDNA Fun for Mary includes parties and dancing. Cooking her favorite dishes is her hobby To become an airline steward- ess is her ambition after gradue ation in June ing in his spare time. DITTO, BARBARA LEE "Barbi" came from El Centro for her senior year. Her acti- vities were GAA 'l, 2, 3 . . . GRA 4 . . . Tennis Club 2, 3 . . . Girls' League. She plans to graduate in January. DEEN, JULIA ANN Julias activities: G. L. Elec tion Comm. 4 . . . Concert Choir 3, 4 . . . Biology Club 3..:G.L.Rep.4.,.Sr. Pin and Cap and Gown 4 . . . Cards and Announcements 4. 4 DREW, JOAN HELEN COX, STEVEN EVERETT Science Club 3, 4 . . Smoke Signal 3, Circulation Manager 4 . . . were some of the actis vities "Steve" enjoyed. Geo- logy is his hobby. He hopes to attend a middle-sized college. CREWS, JERALD BRUCE 'Jerry" enioys agriculture FFA l,2,3,4,Sec4...He plans a farm engineering major at Cal Poly. Getting along with Mr. Dyer is his special talent. DOREN, JOHNNY LEE Football 1, 2 . . , Earls 3, A . . . were among Johnny's high school activities. He plans to attend either Palomar Col- lege or San Diego J. C. after graduating. "Joannie's" activities w e r e Pom Pon 3, 4 . , . Se Varbs . . . Senior Pin and Cap and Gown Comm. 4 . . . Horizon Club 2 . . , Blade and Edge. EACKER, NANCY JANE An airline stewarcles is what Nancy would like to be after graduation. English has rated tops with this maiden who al- ways has a pleasant smile. She was active in choir. EDWARDS, ROBERT CHARLES "Chucks" favorite pastime is working on his dragster, and cars is his hobby. After grad- uating he plans to attend San Diego Junior College. EYSKENS, HENRY A. Henry is uncertain about his plans for college, His hobby is working on his car. Business English and Business law were the subiects he enioyed most. DYAR, JOYCE SUE Joyce participated in: LEGEND STAFF 3, 4 . . . Smoke Signal Staff 3 . . . Prom Comm. 3, 4 ... Ditch Day 4 . . .Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3. .. G. L. Big Sister 3, Social 4 . . . Foothill Echoes 2. EDWARDS, ELIZABETH ANN "Liz's" activities: Band 2, 3, 4 Staff 4, Varsity Band 4 . . . Orch 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF4...SeVarbs4... Sr, Gift 4 . . . Sr. Pin, Cap and Gown 4 . . . Election Board 4. ELSON, lNA JEANNE Ina's activities included: YFC l,2,3,4...BCindl,2,3 ...CSFl,2,4...GRA3, 4. . .Smoke Signal 3 . .. Arch Bearer 3. San Diego State is the college she will attend. EDMONDS, JAMES DOYLE ASB PRES. 4 . . . Football l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball l, 2, 3 . . .Tennis l, 2, 3 . . .Mar- ston Cont. 3, 4 . . . were Jim's activities, To attend S. D. State, majoring in engineering, is what he plans. ELKIN, ROBERT DAVID Following graduation "Dave" plans to ioin the Navy. His favorite pastimes are cars and T.V. He took part in FFA while in high school. EYSKENS, ROSALIE ELIZABETH Listening to Elvis Presley is Rasalie's favorite pastime. She hasn't decided about college yet, but she would like to have a career in modeling. DYER,WALTER CLELL JR. "Walt" plans to attend S. D. State for an engineering maior. Earls Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . "B" Bas- ketball 3 . . .Track 3, 4 , . . Cross Country 4 . . . J. V. Baseball 2. EDWARDS, RICHARD LEIGH Working on cars is "Dick's' favorite way to pass the time. Auto shop is his favorite sub- iect. He hopes to attend San Diego Juior College after grad- uating. EWlNG, PHILIP Collecting antiques is "PhiI's" hobby while FFA l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dance and Assembly Comm. 4 . . . were his activi- ties. He plans to attend Cal Poly after graduation. FISHER, NANCY CAROLYN Nancys ambition is to become a nurse. She plans to take Nurses' training, at Mercy Hospital, in San Diego. Her hobbies are painting and drawing. GALLOWAY, LEE DAVID FFAl,2,3,4...was "Dave's" main activity. He en- joys, hunting, fishing and skating. His secret ambition is to become a roller derby skater. GODWIN, JOHN UZDOWSKI John speaks Polish, German, Russian, Czech and English. He enioys Classical records and stamp collecting. He wants to become an X-ray technician. Glee Club 4. FEREBEE, DOROTHY JANE "Little but mighty" describes Dottie. Her activities have been F.B.L.A. and Se Varbs. She plans to attend Junior College for a commercial maior. FOSTER, MARGARET ANN "Marge" came to El Cajon from Murrysville, Pa. Girls' Glee 4 . . . Newspaper Staff 2 . . . Girls Basketball team 2, 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3. GLAZE, JANICE MARIE "Jan's" ambition is to go to Europe, and also to become a model. She may attend Junior College following graduation. Her favorite pastime is listen- ing to records. FOOTE, LAWRENCE DWIGHT Rocks, rocks, and more rocks are Larry's favorite way to pass the time. He especially enioys hunting for rocks. He is not sure about College plans. GAVIN, RITA MAY Rita enioys drawing and art. After graduation, she hopes to attend Porterville JC for an art maior. Later she would like to become a commercial artist. GREGG, SHARRON ROSE ASB COMM. of FINANCE 4 . Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . Prom Comm 3, 4 . . . Jr, Class Veep 3...ArchBearer3...Se id Varbs 4 . . , CSF I, 2 Veep 3, Pres. 4 . . . Sr. Gift Comm. A . . . were among Sharron's activities FINNIN, LAWRENCE EDWARD Larry came to El Cajon in his Senior year from New Castle Penn. He enjoys flying and is proud of his red hairl After graduation he may attend U.5.C. FULLER, ROGER WlLLlAM Standing on the corner watch- ing the girls go by is his favorite pastime . . . Ambition is to ioin the Navy . . . Work- ing on cars, his hobby . . . Military Science 1, 2, 3, 4. Sv 'S GODBOLD, ROBERT D, Deer hunting is "Bob's" favor- ite way to pass the time. He hopes to major in engineering at Brigham Young University. He participated in: Track 2, 3 . . . Cross Country 3. HALGREN, GAEL MARTELL A career in science is Gaels ambition. He will attend SDSC next fall. Activities include: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baccalaureate usher 3 . . Election Board 3. HARTMAN, GEORGE ALLEN "Lonesome's" hobby is work- ing on his car, and auto shop is his favorite subiect. His am- bition is to take an apprentice- ship in Drafting. HAGEMAN, CECIL To be a secretary, is CeciI's ambition. For this she plans to attend Secretarial School. Collecting records is her hobby and attending jalopy races is her favorite pastime. HAMBRIGHT, ROBERT LEE "Nothing is so serious that you can't smile," or at least for i'Bob." Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 4 . . . were the activities he took part in. HAMMOND ROY EDWARD "Having a good time" is how Roy likes to pass the time. After graduating in June, he hopes to enter the Armed Services. He enioyed Auto.Shop HARTMAN, JACK ARDEN "My car comes first" according to Jack. He enjoys both work- ing on his car and skin diving. Among his special talents he includes talking in class. HAISCH, ROBERT REID "Bob's" favorite pastime is swimming and skin diving. He participated in Track and Cross Country. His ambition is to travel to every state in the U. S. i-:Lil HAMPY, FRED WILLIAM Cross Country 3, 4 . . . Track 3, 4 . . . were Fred's activities After graduating he will at- tend San Diego Junior College. He would like to become an electronics engineer. i , HEIDA, JOHN HOWARD FFA 3, 4 was what this six feet, six inches tall blonde took part in, at ECVHS. His future plan is to attend Cal Poly and maior in dairy hus- bandry. HATFIELD, JOAN GIBSON "Joan" participated in: Class Council 2 . . . Student Council . . . Girls' League 4 . . . Maiorette 3 . . . Frosh-Soph Y-Teens. She plans to attend business college and then be a legal secretary. 'Num' HEIMBERG, CLAUDIA E. Claudia came to El Caion from Sweetwater High. After Grad- uation she hopes to attend California Hospital School of Nursing, Arch Bearer 3. HAYES, JOHN ALBERT JR. "Bill's" activities were Track 1,2,3,4...AsBPIQy3 . . . "C" Basketball l . . . Jr. Sr. Play 3 . . . Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . His ambition is to ioin the Air Force. HEM, LYNNE, CHRISTINE CHRIS" is ECVHS' first Home- coming Queen. She participated in Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sec. 3 . , . ASB Play 3 . . . Floral Arch 3 . . . She plans to attend S. D. State utter graduation. HULBERT, PATRICIA ANN "Pat" plans to attend college tor one year and then become an airline hostess. Bible Club Reporter I, 2 . . . Pres. 4 . .. GRA 4, Veep 3. I JENSEN, KENNETH RAMON "Kenny" has the ambition to always be happy. After grad- uating, he hopes to major in engineering at San Diego State College, His hobbies are trains and horses. lO2 HEISLER, JUDITH MAE "Judy's" activities included: Smoke Signal Ass't Editor 4 . . . G. L. Publicity Comm. Pub- lications A . . , Se Varbs 3, A . . , Quill and Scroll 4 , . . GRA l, 4 . . . Finance, Privi- lege and Publicity Comm. 4. HIRSCHY, SHEILA LYNN Songleader 4 . . . G. L. Pres, 4 Election Ch. 3 . . . Jr. Class Sec . . . Se Varbs Pres. 3, Veep HELM, WANDA YVONNE Wanda participated in: ASB Play . . . Girl's League Good Grooming Comm. 'l, 2, 3 Ch. 4 . . . Election Board l, 2, A . . . Ass't Director of Play 4 . . . Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . . Torchetts 2. 3 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Prom Comm 3, 4 . . . ASB Comm. of GIRLS LEAGUE 4 . . . Hi -Debber Board 4. HOLMES, ROVENA PAYE "Beany" likes the proverb "Life is what you make it". One of her favorite pastimes is going to the beach with her husband and another of her favorite activities is dancing. Q HUNSBERGER, GLORIA RUTH Concert Choir 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 3 . . . Science Club 3 ...csF1,2,3,4...Elec- tion Board 3, 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Bacc and Grad 4 . . . Gloria enjoys writing poetry. HUNNICUTT, ROBERT LEE Going to the beach is "Bob's" favorite pastime . . . His ambi- tion is to make a certain girl happy . . . Has special talent in art . . . Active in Cadet Corps. JOHNSTON, GEORGE W. George enjoys his science courses. His ambition after graduation is to be successful in the profession he has chosen. He is known around school for his red hair. HUFFMAN, KATHERINE YVONNE Day dreaming is one way Yvonne passes her spare time. Her ambition is to become an Airline hostess. She partici- pated in CSF 3. 'S HUNSICKER, MARY FRANCES Hobbies are painting and sketching . . . Fine arts major at an art school her future plan . . . Ambition, to become a professional artist. KEENAN, EVELYN ELAINE Elaine's ambition is to be a dental assistant or an airline hostess. Her activities were Student Council I, 2 . . . Girls League. She likes dancing, Swimming, and cooking. JOHNSON, JUDITH LYNNE Rodeos and horse shows are .ludy's favorite ways to pass the time. She claims that talk- ing is her favorite pastime. Her activities included FFA. KELLY, BARBARA JANET Listening to records and danc- ing are tops with "Barb". After graduation she hopes to work in a bank or telephone office and to marry . . . Glee Club I, 2, 3. KADAU, GAYLE WYN Gayle enioys music of all kinds. She participated in: Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council alternate 4 . . . Elec- tion Board 4 . . . Dance and Assembly 4. KIDDER, WILLIAM HUGH "Bill" participated in: Prom Comm. 3 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Earls Hi-Y, Pres. 4, Sergeant of Arms 3 . . . Mar- ston Conf. 3 . . . Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . . Delegate 2. KLUCEWICH, JOSEPH B. ".loe" participated in Frosh Football . . . Frosh-Soph Bas- ketball . . . J. V. Baseball I . . . Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 . , . Varsity Basketball 3, 4 . . . Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Letter- man's Club 3, 4. KELLY, EMMANUEL MACK The South is where "Mike" is from. He plans to attend Cal Tech and become an archi- tectual engineer. His ambition is to become a scienctist, KING, JERRY LEE Jerry's favorite pastime is girls. In his spare time he enioys working on cars. Auto Shop is his favorite subiect. He has special talent in the field of Off. r the KIGER, PATRICIA VIOLA "Pat" formerly attended Pasco High in Pasco, Washington. After graduation she hopes for a music or business career. She participated in Band I, 2. KOPPANG, PHILLIP GERALD Tennis 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross country 4 . . . were among the activities "Jerry" enioyed. He will major in engineering at college. He is a talented tennis player and he also en- ioys golf. KENNEL, ROGER DONALD Roger's favorite pastimes are cars and painting. He has at- tended schools in Missouri and Idaho, also GHS and ECVHS. He plans to graduate in Jan- uary. KING, TYLA FAY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Treas 2 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Girls League Good Grooming Comm. 4 . . . "Ty" wants to attend Pasadena City College. W3 KUDRNA, RICHARD O. "Ricks" favorite pastime is playing baseball. He partici- pated in Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 . . . He plans to attend State College after he graduates. LA PEE, JO ANN "Jo's" activities were Frosh Songleader . . . Student Coun- cil 1 . . . Mamselles 2 . . . Dolphenettes Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 3 . . . GirI's League 2 . . . She likes music and dancing. LAWSON, MARILYN JEAN Dancing is "Little DumpIing's" hobby . . . To marry after graduation, her ambition . . . She attended Grossmont, El Caion, Hoover, then back to ECVHS. KRASIN, SANDRA MARLENE "Sandys" activities were ASB Comm. of SCHOOL SERVICE 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Mar- ston Conf.-3, 4 . . . CSF l, 2, 4. . . Bacc and Grad. 4 .. Girl's League 2, 3. LANDIS, HARRY Football l . . . Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Wrestling 4 . . . were Harry's activities. In his spare time he likes to hunt and fish. He wants to maior in engineer- ing at State College. LARSON, LARRIE ALWIN Sports are "Larry's" favorite pastime . . . Basketball and Sr. Class Play his activities . . . Maior in chemistry at Riverside his future plan . . . Acting his special talent. il KUl'ZKE, CAROLYN A. CSF l, 2, 3, 4 ...GRA l, 2, 3, 4 .. .Poster Comm. 4 . .. SeVarbs3,4...G.l.. 1,2 Pub. Ch. 3, 4 . . . Art Club 4 . . . Marston 3, 4 . . . Prom Comm 3, 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Bacc. and Grad. 4. LARSON, JENNIE VELMA ASB VEEP 4 . . . Jr. Comm. of Pub. . . Pom Pon Corps 3... Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . CSF 3 . . . Student Council Pres. 4, Sec. 3 . . . Alpine Tri-Hi-Y Treas 2 . . . Sr. Gift Comm. 4. KRASIN, SUE MARILYN 'Sues' activities were Girls League l, 2, 3 . . .CSF l, 2, 4 . . .Marston Conf. 3, 4 . .. Arch Bearer 3 . . . Election Board 3 . . .ASB Conv. 3 . .. Bacc. and Grad. 4 . . , Horizon Club 3, 4. LANGE, WILLIAM FORD i'Bill" took part in: Earls Hi-Y 4...Baseball3,4... Marston Conf. l, 2, 3 . . . ASBPlay4,..Band2,3... Soph Veep. He plans to attend college. LA SUER, JC JC participated in Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Band 4 . . . His favorite sub- iect was Marching Band. His future plans are to attend the School. Army's O f f i c e r s Candidate LEARNED, DAVID ARTHUR "Dave's" favorite pastime is finding excitement . . . Ambi- tion is to marry a rich, beauti- ful woman . . . Working on his car is his hobby . . . Football 2. LEWIS, ANITA MARLINE Anita's activities were Pom Pon 2 . . . Duchesses 2 . . . Cheer- leader 3 . . . Songleader 4 . . . GirI's League Veep 4 . . . Hi Debber Coordinator 4 . . . Inter-Club Council Veep 3. LONG, ZONA LE Reading the BIBLE is her favor- ite subiect . . . Her ambition is to be manager of a nursing home . . . Participates in church activities. xi LUEKER, FRANCES CAROLYN "Carols" activities were Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon 3, 4 . . LEGEND STAFF 3, Business Mgr.4...ASBConv,3... Senior Gift Comm. 4 . . . Cards and Ann. 4 . , . G. L. Service Comm, 4. LEEPER, CHARLOTTE KAYRENE Charlotte was active in F B LA . . . Election Board . . . Se Varbs . . . Smoke Signal Busi- ness Mgr. 4 . . . Favorite pastimes are dancing and watching TV. She plans to be a secretary. LIVINGSTON, JAMES RUSSELL 'Jim" participated in Earls Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . "B" Basketball 3...PromComm.3... Ditch Day 4 . . . Sr. Pin and Cap and Gown 4 . . . He plans to attend Mortician's school to Q become a mortician. LORENTZ, DAVID He plans to enlist in some branch of the service after graduating . . . Hunting and skin diving are his favorite pastimes . . . Career in the Immigration Border Patrol his ambition. LITTLE, BOBBIE JEAN Homecoming Queen Attendant 4...SeVarbs4...Prom Comm. 4 . . . Senior Pin and Cap and Gown 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Were Bobbie's activities. tv. LONGMIRE, LESTER ROY "Les" plans to attend S. D. State College and maior in engineering. He took part in Earls Hi-Y . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . His ambition is to retire. LUEKER, LOUIS ROY "Louie" participated in Tennis 2, 3, 4 . . . Program Sellers 3...FFA2,3,4...His favorite pastimes are playing tennis and taking care of live- stock. He plans to attend Cal Poly. LEONARD, EVELYN LOUISE Going to Star-Light Operas is 'Evie's" favorite pastime. She took port in Spanish Club I . . . Glee Club . . . Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . . Se Varbs 4 . . . GL Publication Comm. 4. LOCKHART, NANCY ROSE "Nan" has the ambition of getting married after grad- uation. She enioys eating, sleeping, and listening to re- cords. Speech has been her favorite subiect. LOWREY, WILLIAM WATSON The Annapolis Naval Academy is where "BiII" hopes to go after graduation. His activities were: Senior Class Pres. 4. . . Jr-Sr Play 3 . . . Earls I-Ii-Y 3, 4..,PromComm.3... Election Board 4. MX MAGOFFIN, RICHARD IRWIN "Dick's" ambition is to be- come a rancher . . . A maior in agriculture at Cal Poly is his future,plan . . . FFA I, 2, Veep 3, Pres. 4 . . . Football I, 2, 3, 4...Trackl,2,3,4... Basketball 4. MARQUEZ, JERRY DEE Jerry's future plans are either to loin the service or attend junior college. His hobby is collecting records. Tennis and social problems rate high with him. MARTIN, MILDRED ANN Ann hopes to become a secre- tary a f t e r leaving school. Among her favorite ways to kill time are tennis, swimming. and reading. Flag Corps 4. MADDALENA MARSHALL ANTINO Sleeping is Marshalls favorite pastime He enioys bookkeep ing as a sublect He hopes to attend San Diego State College and major in Busines admini- stration after graduation. MANIS, JAMES ROBERT "Big Bob" plans to attend USC and the Air Force Aca- demy. Football 3, 4 . . . Let- terman's Club, Veep 3 . . . ASB Comm. of ATHLETICS 4 Track 3, 4 MAGUIRE, DARYL RAINS Graduating in Jan. and marri- age is what the future holds for "Butch", She participated in ASB Ticket Squad I . . . Girls League Publicity Comm 3. MARTIN, BASIL DAVID Dave's activities: M a r c h i n g Band 3, 4 . . . Senior Prom Comm. 4 . . . His secret ambi- tion is to be 6' 3". He hopes to attend S. D. State and maior in architecture. MARTIN, GORDON EUGENE Music and photography are "Gene's" m a i o r interests. Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orch I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Photo- graphy 3, 4 . . . Varsity Band 4 . . . he plans a music maior at college. MARX, JACQUELYN ".lackie's" favorite pastime is riding horses. She took part in Frosh Glee . , . Ensemble . . . Her ambition is to be a good housewife. MAGNUSSEN, RALPH MORROW His ambition is to be a ranch owner . . . writing, making friends, and cooking are his Plans to special talents . . . major in engineering at Berk- ley . . . Football I. MANNING, CARMAN JOY Red Robe Choir 2 . , . El Caion High Choir 3, 4 . . . FBLA I, 2,3,4...RedCross3.,. "Ccrm" enioys swimming, dat- ing, and business work. She hopes to attend J. C. MARTIN, MARGARET IRENE Big Sister Comm. 3 . . . Tri- Hi-Y3...SeVarbs4... were among Irene's activities. Her ambition is to be a good secretary. She enioys swimming and listening to records. McELWAIN CAROL ANNE Music rates high with Carol She plays flute and piccolo in our band and orchestra She participated in Concert Band Marching Band 3 4 Bible Club 2 MATSUMOTO, HAROLD FFA 2, 3, Reporter 4 . . . CSF I, 2 . . . were among I-Iarold's high school activities. He is un- certain about his plans for college. He enjoys all his sub- lects, MILLER, ARTHUR B. "Bingo" was active in Track I, 2,3,4..,FFAI,2,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF 4 . . . Cross Country I, 2, 3. . .Football I . . . Con- cert Band 2,3 . . .Marching I . . . Cadet Band I, 2. 12' MONTIJO, CAROL LOU Carol plans to graduate in June. Art was the subiect that she most enioyed during high school. She is uncertain about her future college plans. MCLAUGHLIN MOLLY IRENE Corp 2 3 4 Lt Star Dusters I 2 Student Council 4 Molly enloys at tending football and basketball games She hopes to attend college somewhere in Califor- nia. MILLUM, JON T. Jon has been active in Foot- ball 2, 3, 4 and Letterman's club, He likes cars, football, De Molay and dating. His fu- ture plans include attending USC, McKEE, DONALD LEE "Don's" future includes attend- ing J. C. and then Cal Poly. His ambition is to be a poultry farmer. He participated in FFA I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sentinal 4, 425' MILLER, MARIE JOSEPHINE Before coming to ECVHS, Marie attended M a s o n City High School in Iowa. She likes to activities dance. Among her were: Girls' League . . . Art Club. t I MORRISON, DIANE MEEK Eating while she reads is what "Dee" likes to do most . . . Listening to semi-classic music Es her hobby . . . ls a house- wife anol hopes to become a good mother. MCCAN, CAROL ALIECE To be a professional singer is Aliece's secret ambition . . , She has special talent in art . . . Design is her favorite sub- iect , . . Dancing and singing are her favorites. MCNAMARA, PAUL DOUGLAS Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Var- sity Band 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 2, 3, 4 . . . Band Manager 4 . . . were Paul's activities. He hopes for a career in the Air Force. MOCKLER, VIRGINIA ELLEN Listening to Dixieland iazz re- cords tops "Ginger's" list of 'favorite pastimes. She also en- ioys just generally "having fun". Ginger was a member of our Marching Band 4. MURRAH, JEANETTE HAZEL "Jan" likes listening to Rhythm and Blues and dancing. She took part in Dolphenettes Tri- HI-Y 3 . . . Frosh Songleader . . . Her ambition is to be a secretary. NELSON, SUSANNE ALICE "Sue's" ambition is to go back to New York for a visit after she graduates. Her favorite pastime is roller skating. She was an Arch Bearer 3. ODOM THOMAS BURTON To get his PHD in nucear physics at either Stanford or UCR is "Tom's" ambition. His ac ivities were: CSF 2 3, 4 ...Track 2, 4 . . . Radio Club 2 . . . School Service Comm. 4. MORRISON, RONNIE DEE Track I, 2, 3, . . . Basketball 3 . . . Baseball 4 . . . were some of Ron's activities. After graduation he hopes to attend a vocational school where he will maior in electronics. NAPIER, SHERRY YVONNE Listening to the radio is what Sherry enioys doing most. Be- fore coming to EI Cajon she attended Oceanside and El Centro. She plans to get married after graduation. NICHOLS, MARCIA Laughing and having a good time is what this cute girl likes to do. Like most other seniors she is a ex-Foothiller. She says her favorite subiect is P.E. MYLREA, NELLE ANNE Nelle Anne participated in: Prom Comm. 3, 4 . . . Smoke Signal 3, 4 . . . G. L. Pub. Comm. 3, 4 . . . Poster Comm, 3, 4. . .Poster Comm. 4 . .. Art Club 3, 4 . . . Se Varbs 4 . . . GRA 3 . . . Senior Gift 4. NEWKIRK, BARBARA DE ETTE "De's" activities in c I u d e dz Homecoming Attendent 4 . . . Marston Conf. I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Election Board 'I, 2, 3, 4 ,... Choir Pres 4, Treas 3 . . . Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . G. L. Pub. Comm. 3 . . . Sr. Dance Comm. 4. OLESON GERALD LEE Jerry was active in Varsity Football 3 4 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Senior Ditch Day Comm. 4 . . . His future plans include attending college. MURPHY, BILL Marching Band I, 2, 3 . . Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . were among BiII's activities. He hopes to maior in art and music in college at Pasadena. He plays sax and piano. NELSON, JOHN DAVID "Splinters" agrees with the old proverb that states: "No intelligent man can afford to disregard women"'. Football I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom Comm. 4 . . . Baseball I, 3, 4. NOBLE, MARY ANN Sevarbs 3 . . . Pom Pon 3, Lt. 4 . . . Dolphinettes 3 , . . Prom Comm 3 . . . Marston 3... Ditch Day Comm 4 . . . CSF I . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Cards and Ann. 4 . . . G. L. Service Comm. 4. I PALMER, JERRY LEE Eating is Jerry's favorite way to pass the time. This year he played cymbals in our fine marching band. His activities have included Band 4 . . . Orch. 4, , A . PATZER, LEONARD ELBERT Attending rocket tests his favor, ite pastime . . . ambition is to be either a rocket engineer or theoretical physicist . . . active in Science Club and CSF . . . plans to maior in physics. fu I I PURCELL, NANCY JEAN Nancy's activities included: Songleader 4 . . . ASB Play 4 . . . Girls' League Treas. 4 . . . J. V. Cheerleader 3 . . . Pom Pon Corps 2 . . . Duchess- es 2 . . . Walker Scott Council Rep. 4. OLESON, JANICE GAIL 'Jan's" activities: Sr. Class Sec.4...SeVarbs3,4... J. V. Cheerleader 3 . . . Conf cert Choir 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . Prom Comm. 3, 4 . . , Bacc. and Grad, 4 . . . Kaoselles 2. Nb PALMER, ROBERT LEWIS "Bob" was active in: Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . March' Band I, 2, 3,4 . . . Jr. ing Sr. Play 3 . . . he hopes to attend State college, where he will maior in physics. "Ron's" activities were Student Council I 2 . . . Football 2 ... Cross Country I, 3 4 . .. ck 'I . . . Letter- n's Club I, . . . Pep Club 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF 3 . . . Bowling Club 3, 4. I 3 PARIS, RONALD DAVID Tra , 2, 3, 4 l ma 2, 3, 4 PORTLOCK, JAMES A. To play pro baseball is "Jim's" ambition. Fishing and hunting are his hobbies and baseball his favorite pastime. Basket- ball 3,4 . . .Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 . . . were his activities. PIATKIEWICZ, VIVIAN RENEA Assembly Comm. 3 . . . Big Sister Comm. 3 . . . Election Comm. 4 . . . Se Varbs, Veep 3 . . . Refres. Comm . . . Ditch Day 4 . . .Senior Gift 4 . .. were among "Viv's" activities. QUICK, JAMES EUGENE Jim enioys music. Concert Band 3, 4 . . . Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Band Staff 4 . . . Varsity Band 4 . . .Latin Club 2... Student Council 4 . . . Jim prefers the Air Force. PALMER, CAROL IRENE A nursing college is Carols distination after she graduates from EI Cajon. Her favorite subiect is Chemistry. She was active in Frosh Glee Club I. PATCHETT, HAROLD ROBERT "Bob's" activities. ASB COMM. of PUBLICITY 4 . , . Poster Comm. I, 2, 3, 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF 3 . . . Football Mgr. 3, 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3,4 . . Baseball 3. PRICE, LINDA LOU Linda was active in LEGEND STAFF 3, Art Editor 4 . . . Girls' League Publicity Comm. 3, Ch. 4...FlagCorps4...She plans to attend San Diego State after Graduation. RIDDLE, PATRlClA CAROLE Alpine Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 . . , Maiorette 3 . . . were among Pat's activities. She enioys swimming and is a talented baton twirler. She would like to work as a typist. ROGERS, SANDRA MCDONALD "Sandy's" activities were Ditch Day 4 . , . Arch Bearer 3... LEGEND STAFF 3. Editor-in- Chief 4 , . , G. L. Social Comm, Sec.4.,.CSF2,3,4... Prom Comm. 3 . . . ASB Conv, 1, 3, 4. RUNDLETT, LOUISE EMMA Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3 . . . Prom Comm 3 . . . Jr. Sr. Play 3 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Sr, Dance Comm. 4...FBLA2...G.L.Big Sister Comm Chairman 4, RADLEY, ROY ARTHUR Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 3, 4 . . . Letterman l, 2, 3, 4 . . . He likes girls and science. After graduation. he wants to study to be an engineer. ROBERTS, TONI LEE Going to parties and traveling are Toni's farvorite pastimes. ROBERTS, BILLY LEE Billy plans to graduate in January. His ambition is to eventually become the best husband possible, Radios are his hobby. FFA 2. Her activities were Dolphinettes Tri-Hi-Y 3 . . , Concert Choir 3, 4 . . .She would like to be an Air Line Hostess. RUIZ, ERNEST MANUEL "Ernie" plans to attend S. D. State following graduation. His activities were basketball l, 3 . . . Smoke Signal 3 . . . Sports Editor 4 . . , Quill and Scroll 4 , . . Prom Comm. 4. ROSSMAN, SANDRA KAY "Sandi's" activities: Girls' Lea- gue Sec. 4, Big Sisters Comm. Ch. 3 . . . Jr. Comm. of Cul- tural Affairs , . . CSF l, 2, 3, Sec. 4 . . . Marston Conf, 3 . . . Concert Choir 3, 4 . . . Prom Comm. 4, Ch. 3, RUSH, JEANNETTE MICHELLE Flag Corp 2, 3, Lt. 4. . . Kao- selles 2 . . . Dolphinettes 3 . . . Homecoming Attendant 4 . . . After graduation, "Netta" hopes for a good secretarial iob. She enioys writing letters. REAL, STEVEN ABRAHAM 'Steves' ambition is to be- come some type of an en- gineer. He has not decided which college to attend. Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . .Football 2, 3,4 . . . Basketball l. ROGERS, LAURA JO Pram Comm 4 . . , Ditch Day 4 . . . were some of Laura Jo's high school activities. After vi graduating she would like to become a telephone operator. RUIZ, VIRGINIA MAE Virginia participated in: Stu- dent Council l, 3, 4 , . . Pom Pon 2, 3, Lt 4 . . . ASB Conv vention 3 . . . Dolphinettes 3 . . . G. L. Serv. Comm. Ch 4 . . . She hopes to do office work, SAROT, DOROTHY KATHRYN "Dot" attended Mt. Empire High Sciool and while there was active as maiorette 2, 3 . . . Track Queen 3, Girls' League 3. She wants to be a real estate salesman. SCOTZIN, PATRICIA "Pat" attended both Helix and GHS before coming to ECVHS Student Council 3 . . . De- coration Comm. 4 . . . Girls' League 3 . . . Mamselles 3 . . . Art Club 2 . . . Traffic Conf. 3. SHRUM, LAWRENCE RICHARD Track 3, 4 . . . ldlers 2 . ., have been among "Larry's" activities, He plans on an aero- nautical engineering maior at San Diego State College. He is a water ski fiend. RUSSELL, NANCY CAROL Her ambition is to become a lawyer and for this she will attend S. D. State. Bacc and Grad. Comm. Ch. 4 . . . G. L. Friendship Comm. 4 . . . Li- brary Assoc 3, A . . . FBLA . . . Y-Teens. SCHREINER, ROBERT LYLE "Bob" plans to attend USC, it possible, and maior in en- gineering. His favorite pastime is listening to the radio. He participated in Spanish Club 3. SHIPMAN, WENDY Student Council 2 , . . Flag Corp 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Concert Choir 3: Veep 4 . . . Prom Committee 3 . . . G. L. Service Comm 4 . . . CSF I, 3 . . . Arch Bearer 3. SATHER, CARYL JEAN Art is the subiect Caryl enjoyed most. She also likes to dance. Her ambition is to become a model. She plans to graduate in June . . . Blade and Edge, l. SENKLE, MARY MACKS Mary Ellen is a January grad- uate. Marching Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Band 3, 4 . . . Christmas Pageant 2 . . . Stu- dent Council 4 , . . have been her activities. SKOGLUND, KAROLYN ANDREA "Kay" attended three other high schools including the school on the hill. She enioyed: Choir4...Gleel,2,3... Band l, 2, 3 . . . Drama l, 3 . . . Cheerleader 3. SANDERS, THOMAS EDWARD "Tom" participated in Choir l, 2, 3, 4 ,... Boys Glee l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Basketball l, 2 . . . His favorite pastimes are swimming and sleeping. Jr. College is the college he will probably attend. SCOTT, CAROL JEAN Activities: Se Varbs, Sec 3, Treas. A . . . G. L. Election Comm. 3 . . . Assembly Comm. 3x. . . Prom Comm. 3. . . Ditch Day Comm 4 . . . G. L. Soc. Comm. 4 . . . Arch Beor- er 3. SHIVELY, CHARLES CLIFFORD Auto Shop and Photo Shop are the subiects "Chuck" enioys the most. He also likes crazy music and pizza. He does not plan to attend college. SMITH, CHARLES CURTIS To meet Jayne Mansfield is "Gabby's" unusual and inter- esting ambition. He enioys hunting in his spare time and photography is his favorite subiect. SMITH, RICHARD EDGAR "Dick's" favorite pastime is working on his car. He seems to have a special talent for building cars. His ambition is to work for the Ford Motor Co. STARR, ALLAN GRAY Basketball I ,... Baseball I . . . J. V. Football 3 . . . were among Allan's activities. After graduation he will attend Cal Poly at Son Dimas to maior in Soil Conservation. SINCLAIR, GENEVIEVE BELLE J. V. Cheerleader 2 . . . ASB Nominating Convention 3, 4 . . . ASB COMMISSIONER of CULTURAL AFFAIRS 4 . . . Bid Chairman Jr. Sr. Prom 3 , . . Se Varbs 3, 4 , . . Student Council I, 2, 3, 4. SMITH, LINDA MARGARET Activities were: Helix flag corps ,..F.B.L.A .... Veep4 . . . Banner Girl 4 . . . GirI's League Rep. 4 . . . Bacc and Grad. Comm. 4. Her future includes a business career. STACEY, RICHARD E. Palomar J. C. is the school "Stace" will most likely at- tend after he graduates. His activities were Football 3, 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . , and tearing Joe's car apart. SMITH FRANK RAY Smlttys ambition is to be- come a crooner . . . His hobby is his car . . . Favorite pastime is meeting new friends . . . Member of Headsmen. SMALL, JOHN REGINALD AG has been Jack's maior time consumer. His activities have included FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Veep 4 . . . J.V. Baseball 3 . . . Dance and Assembly 4. Cal- Poly is his destination. SPETHMAN, JANET EMILE lanet's activities: Student Coun- cil 3 . . . Marston Conference 3 . . . Spanish Club Veep 3 . . . Inter-Club Council, Sec 3 . . . Sevarbs 4 . . . Concert Choir 3, 4 . . . Election Board STEPHANI, CAROL LOUISE Girls' League Publication Cn. 4 ...Se Varbs 3, Pres, 4. . . Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . CSF 3, 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . Post- er Comm. 4 . . . Cards and Ann. Comm. Cn. 4 . , , were Carols xactivities. SMITH, RICHARD ALLEN JR. "Ritchie" enioys both cars and motorcycles. His favorite sub- iect is art. Other high schools he has attended include: Mon- rovia-Duarte, Newport Beach and Chula Vista. STANDRING, ROBERT CLIFFORD Marching Band 4 . . . Concert Band 3, 4 . . . Calif. Cadet Corps I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Heads- men B I, 4 . . . were Bob"s activities. He plans to make a career of Military service. STILLE, MARILYN LOUISE Tri-HI-Y 2, 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon 3 . . . were among Marilyn's activities. She hopes to attend a dental school where she will study to become a dental as- sistant. SUMAN, CLAUDIA JO Claudia's activities included Christmas Pageant 2 . . . Prom Comm 3 . . . Pom Pon 3, 4 . . . Girls' League Election Board 3 . . . Friendship Chair- man 4 . . . YsTeens I, 2. THOMAS, MARY SUE Mary likes always to be going places. Her ambition is to be- COl'l"le GFI lf1i6I'iOf CleCOfGiOY. During High school she parti- cipated in Se Varbs 3, 4. STEPHENSON, JACK DAVIS Working on cars . . . going out with girls are his favorite pastimes . . . Football and Basketball Mgr. 2 . . . Military Science I, 2, 3, Honor Come pany Commander 3 . . . Heads- men Pres, STONE, WILLIAM THOMAS "Bills" hobby is working on cars . . . Favorite pastime is going to the beach . . . Plans to join the Air Force after he graduates . . . Basketball 3. THIBODEAU, WAYNE LEE Wayne's favorite pastime is driving his hydroplane. Foot- ball I, 2, 3 . . . Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . were his activi- ties. Auto Shop rated high as his favorite subiect. STEWART, LOIS NOYES "Whither Thou Goest, I Shall Go." Writing letters to her husband, who is in the Air- Force, is this dark brown-eyed gal's favorite pastime. Ambi- tion to be a good housewife. STOBBS, BARBARA ANN "Barbs", the cute girl with the long dark hair, enioys both eating on holidays and being with a certain person. Her future plans include marriage. SWENSON, LILY ARLENE Sewing and cooking are Ar- lene's hobbies. Before coming to El Caion she attended Douglas High in Arizona. She Plans to graduate in January ...Band I, 2, 3. Counsil 3. ..Sevards 3, 4 . .. THOMPSON, DANIEL Science Club . . . Smoke Signal . . . were some of Dannys activities, He hopes to attend college and major in chemistry. Speech and foreign language are his favorite subjects, STRAUBINGER, JUDITH ELLEN "Judy" took part in Band I, 2,..CSF2,3,4... Pagent l, 2 . . . Latin Club I, 2 . . . Election Board 3, 4 . , . Poster Comm. 4 . . . Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4, Girl's League 4, THOEN, SHIRLEY CAROLYN Buying clothes and driving her car are "Bunny's" favorite pastimes. Homemalcing has been her favorite subject while attending ECVHS. She hopes to be a model. TRUBAN, JOSEPH EDWARD 'tJoe" would like to attend San Diego State College after graduation. He hopes to be- come a physicist or an engi- ner. He participated in CSF 3 . . . Graduation usher 3. VAN HECKE, RANDALL K. "Randy's" favorite pastime is working on his car. His future plans include attending Cal- Poly and becoming a cattle rancher. He was active in FFA 2, 3, 4. VITTORIA, MARVIN SAMUEL "Vic's" favorite pastime is try- ing to play the ukelule. His ambition is to become a fi- nancier. He plans to attend San Diego State and maior in Business. THOMSON, DEREK KITCHENER "Scotty" came to E C from Mission Bay High and before that Edinburgh, Scotland. His hobby is playing bagpipes. His ambition is to be a rancher. TURNER, PRISCILLA ANN Art is her hobby . . . Favorite pastime is horseback riding . . . She plans to atend college and maior in art . . . Ambition is to become a commercial artist. VILDIBILL, WILLlAM OSCAR Both sports and parties are en- ioyed by Bill. His ambition is to be a success. Football 2. 3 .. . Cross Country I . . . Letter- mans Club 3, 4 . . .Track I, 2 . . . Prom Comm 4. TSCHUMPERLIN, MARY ELIZABETH Band l, 2,. 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Sevarbs 3, 4 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Orchestra 3 . . . Dance and Assembly 4 .. . Bacc and Grad. 4 . .. Horseback riding is Mary's hobby. VANDER STOEL, JAKE PETER Sr. Class Pres 4 . . . Jr. Class Veep 3 . . . Marston Cont. 3, 4...PromComm.3,4... Election Board 4 FFA 3 4 . . . Choir 2 . . . Senior Gift Comm. Ch. 4 . . . Were Jake's activities. WADSWORTH, CAROLIN ELIZABETH "Carol" came to EC from Hoover High. While at Hoover, she participated in Y-teens. Her hobby is foreign cars and her ambition is to be a secre- tary. TISUE, PATRlClA GAIL Prom Comm. 3 . . . Dance and Assembly Comm. 4 . . . Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. 4 . . . Cards and Announce- ments Comm. 4 , . . were among the activities "Tish" took part in. TURNER, SEARLE B. A pre-med course at San Diego State is Searle's destination after graduation. During high school he participated in: Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross- country 3, 4 . . . Lettermans Club 4. VITTOR, LINDA KREBS Sr. Comm. of Cultural Affairs 4...FFAl,2,3,4... Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3 . . . CSF . . . Grange Essay Contest were among "Linda's" activities, WARNER, JAMES GARY "Jims" hobby is athletics of all types. He plans to attend S.D. State and maior in P.E. Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Letterman's Club 3, 4. WEBB, CAROL JEAN Editor, Smoke Signal 4 . . . Se Varbs3,4...CSF3,4... Poster Comm. 4 . . . Marston Conf. 3, 4 . . . GL Publication 4 . . . Arch Bearer 3. . .Grad and Bacc. 4 . . . Cap and Gown and Senior Pin 4. A WILKINS, EDWARD DOUGLAS i'Dougie's" hobbies are hunt- ing and fishing while physics and geometry are his favorite subiects . . . His ambition is to become an engineer. WALCUTT, BARBARA ANN Skating is i'Bobbie's favorite pastime . . . She plans to enroll in S. D. State and maior in mathmatics . . . Highlighters . . . CSF . . . Girls' League . . . Y-Teens . . . were her ac- tivities. WATTS, LOUIS WESLEY "Lou's" hobby is sports and his activities in high school prove it. They were Track T, 2, 3 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Basket- ball 3 . . . His ambition is to be a millionaire. WHEELER, ARTHUR LE ROY JR. "Roy" or "Wheels" as he is called took part in Football T, 2 . . . Baseball 3, 4 . . . His favorite pastime is dating and eating. He plans to ioin the Air Force. WATSON, LARRY EUGENE Listening to good music is Larry's favorite pastime, During high school he participated in: Marching Band T, 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 3, 4 . . . Varsity Band 3, 4. WESTBROOK, ROBERT CURTIS An engineering major at River- side U. is "Bobs" future plan. He likes mechanical things and won first place with an en- gineering proiect, in the Science Fair his ir. yr. WILSON, KAREN JANET Activities: Sr. Comm. of Publi- city . . . LEGEND STAFF 3, 4 . . . G. L. Poster Comm. 3 . . . ASB Poster Comm 2 . . . Mar- ston Conf. 3, 4 . . . Arch Bear- er 3 . . . Sr. Finance, Priv. and Pub, Comm. Ch. 4. WALKER, LESLIE JO ANN Tall and quiet describes this girl . . . "Jo's" favorite past- time is listening to the radio . . . After graduating in June she plans to get married. WEATHERLY, FLOYD JAMES His ambition is to become an airplane pilot . . . Favorite pastime is reading . . . Foot- ball and Basketball were his activities . . . Floyd came here from McCall High in Donnelly. WHITED, DONALD WALTER "Don" has been active in the agriculture department and plans to continue in this line by entering Cal Poly after graduation. FFA l, 2, 3, 4 . .. Treas 4. WOFFORD, JOHN CLARENCE "Jack's" hobby is taking color pictures . . . Favorite pastime is swimming . . . Plans to at- tend college and major in biology . . . Cross Country, . . Track . . , CSF, WRIGHT, GARY SMITH Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Band 3, 4 . . . Senior Play 3 . . . Artizans 2 . . . ASB Con- vention 3 . . . Band Staff 3, 4 . . . Gary especially enioys playing and listening to pro- gressive iazz. 6 WINTERS, ALlCE JANNETTE Going out and having fun is "Shorty's" favorite pastime. , . Future plans are to attend iunior college and become a dental assistant . . . G. L. Big Sister Comm. 4 . . . Bacc 8. Grad 4. WOODS, EDWARD THOMAS According to "Ed', having a good time is his favorite way to pass the time. Auto Shop is his favorite subiect. He is an August graduate. YORK, CHARLES WILLIAM Football and photography rate with "Sarge" who has spent much of his time in both of these fields. Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . Ditch Day 4. WOOD, ELAINE MARIE Elaine eriioys swimming and "iust everything." Among her activities have been Girls Lea- gue3...Por'nPon3,4.,. She hopes that marriage is somewhere in her future. WUELFING, NANCY SUE "Nan" plans to attend J. C. and later get married. She was active in Student Council 3 . . .Smoke Signal 3 . . .Se Varbs 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon 4 . . . Concert Choir 3. WISLER, ROSE LOUISE Activities included. Prom Comm 3, 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF 3, 4 . . . G, L. Election Comm, Sec 4...Jr.Council3...G.L. Soc. Comm 3 . . , Cards 8. Ann. 4 . . , Election Board 4. WOODWARD, DONALD SEWELL "Don's" activities were March- ing Band 2, 3, 4 . . . LEGEND STAFF 4 . . . ASB Conv. Dele- gate I. He plans to attend S. D. State or ioin the Air Force after graduation. Photo- graphy is his hobby. f- - 5-, I in s -' 1 R Q, ,,. E Q4 kj QW .1 ,. ,,, ' V .71- fm " ,f X M . 1 fx .7 - ilQfL A --x. f ffm!-.,3bi.?:Qi. Qixl,-Pihaih 1 K J wi . V , JJ MF?f-vim411f'.M'i1'i3wf9i:fJ?ilLw'.e::.n-2-.-1.Phamv1i3iQl,, uw :ff ,. sn ,Q-m,.uw 'N fb K i ,Q !'c ... ' if - f. , . 'ca' ,nab Bill Baker President Darlene DeBolt Vice-President Becky Burris Secretary Roberta Stewart Treasurer Bonnie Weaver Cultural Affairs Janie Breeden Publicity Disa Christiansen Publicity Mr. Davis Counselor Mrs. Cook Advisor Mr. Henry Advisor rr , n LLIZLOVS Z W Ada mson, Robert Admire, Sandra A ' ' Ahles, Linda -3 Q, . 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'al L' a i Harper, Eddie A ' - 'T' X 1 ,Q Harpster, Ronald L -r l Harvey, Merle - A K J in I AX ,. '-.mo x A - ,L , ,Q Heckel, Terry " - Heido, Carol O ',, ,, Heinzmann, Norman l ' Helmken, Almira 'J Q K Higgins, Phil , wjx Hinchman, Judy .J ,gm ' . X LLSJ-ak' . 4 lc - g -gowemgc v Hoag, Sharon Hokenson, Gary x -D Holeck, Robert L , t V Q Hollenbeck, Larry L Homon, Dave ' Q x it 1 I Hopper, Glenn e - Hoxsey, David ' Hudson, Bill t ' ' it " ' 'l 7 A Hulburd, Bill -.af 'fi ' Hunga, Rose 'wA f A s K ,Q 'V Jackson, Donetta Jennings, Kenn A - Jensma, Richard A R A e Johnson, Judy 4 Johnze, Carol -Q L .Eta ' l J Johnson, Jonny 1' it - ' Johnze, Brent X Kelly, Joan 13 'ls A 'R Kelly, Linda 1 -, 'Q Q , ,N Kennedy, Sheila 'f' gg' V7 :Q K Y , . , x X X is Q K Kennel, Judy K " , Keyes, Dave - ' Kibbee, Carlton X . 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W., Sex I Wilson, Lois Wilson, Penny Winn, Jerry Wistock, Chick Walter, Brian Watson, Sue Weatherly, Edwin Weaver, Bonnie Weeks, Mike Wells, Raymond Whitmore, Jackie Wilcox, Merilu Williams, Sherry Welder, Richard Benny Trovaten Roger Hunt President Vice-Presldent Mr. Dewey Sponsor li iv l fl Aziz A E9 Adkins, Raymond Aguayo, Ethel Allen, Penny I 'P ra A - Anderson, Caleb vj 4 ' " Arce, Henry "ff KI V3 wlh.,.Ax'xx TM A ' I -'Q Angus, Joyce Ashburn, Kenny Ashley, Tom 1' Askey, Jim W4 A Austin, Barry I' Q .rl ,, J . A W. T2 Austin, Marilyn A Axtell, Margo Ayres, Elora I '7 43 1' Bailey, Donna v ' I. .. Bailey, George '17 I 'qf Q I i Q , Q 'xXx . Baldwin, Arthur A ' ' Barber, Douglas Barber, Ross I ,,:, Q , Blflkef 50"'dY Barnes, Dennis I 2 Barnes, Sharon Sli -75 ' Wuuggj V " . A 1 , I ,I 0 X .f ' Beckstead, Joyce , A ' KA' I I I- Bela, Judy ' Bell, Monica f 2 B0Gfd, -les-Sie Bellknap, Andy 9 I N B09e"'f Mflfen Benfante, Paul W -fr 'Y' Il sd . , It . 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