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

 - Class of 1959

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Slbrmzr cfldwwimalmr ik at V , I L ,LM it 'iv it-i ,' vi i,i+ossmr,wi uruuw L HIGH siiiiuoi nistifii i , l '-l xl' '-IIUM1'-I1 VI Nlbl N1 l 'Q UI HIUF l l Mr. Lewis F. Smith, Board Members: Mrs. Portia Goode, Mr. Palmer Svalstad, Mr. Rextord L. Hall, Mr. Clarence Foster, Mr. Lester Freeman, Mrs. Irma Sears, Mr. Harold Hughes. 1 :J 6 h ,X 5 5 L+ - X X' x 'N im? Q '-. R Xxx yxgx Nr 1- J. Qs Q-is LEWIS F. SMITH HAROLD G. HUGHES District Superintendent Aggigfgnf Superinfendenf A well managed school district is the result ot our efficient and responsible district administra- tion. xx X . 1-rv 5,-is I X f 'I xx? :af-rf Q 1? '3'rr5- -3 PF! ff? ' ""' Pkg x. . h xx S' -Q N 7 - a., X , ' X ' - X L .,:s X cgi, S gi Y 1 ' vi 1 .Q X . A' 1 i s fl Xt.. , L f Pi'-1. - so YKYFSQL-gg-5, , ,, ,. .-s-,yf.fJYs, : X. si' 1 X.-,. . . ...W -new ss , . X,-,x ..,,,.,.,v . . SH- Fw-'rs t-vw'-e 'feffsfff ' 'Zig-f 4 ' -':,e-xvX?'v" 11. -- gr X s 'X : fg ' i c A :N:Sb"53:r: 'IN fd -,v ,, .,,....NM- 1 -,ft . A .. . -. K ,, - - f . ,,:45.,,-w Jlqg' 4'-K .. A .eff e i , 63 C2 0ifC5C6.Q8.J44msmisfs PRINCIPALS MESSAGE This year's Senior Class is the first class to attend El Cajon Valley High School tor tour years, They are one hundred per cent El Caion, We have had many occasions during the past tour years to feel very proud of them and their accomplishments. With their tine example to follow, we are sure that suc- ceeding classes will be even better. Principal, John S. Cornelius VICE PRINCIPALS MESSAGE Congratulations to the T959 graduating class, the tirst class to have completed tour years at El Cajon Valley High School. This class is the one most responsible tor our schools outstanding record in many tields ot endeavor. This record of successful achievement in our tirst tour years is a par- ticular tribute to the class ot l959. ., .,,...i. mm... in 1, ,.,, ,mv mmm wrap, if A5 Qaf K Q P' fr- L Z b,-' .J i C. JACK SCH RADE Republican ANDERSON, SHIRLEY M. Girls' P.E. B,A. S,D.S.C. BAKER, FRANKLIN W. Driver Training S.D,S.C. BAKER, STANLEY A. Language B.A., M.A. Depauw, Stanford Faculty members attempt to make teaching more meaning- ful. An example occurred in the tall when Civics anol U.S. History classes had an opportunity to hear the 8Oth District Assemloly- BARRETT, EDW. P. Military Science 81 Social Studies A.B., M.A. lona College S.D.S.C. BASCOM, GEORGE R. English B.A., M.A. S.D.S.C. J IM BEAR Democrat qw BAUMGARTNER, ROBERT N. English A.B., M.A. U, of Chicago, U. ot Minn., S.D.S.C.g Claremont BECK, WILLIAM H. Commercial Bachelor of Bus. Adm. S.D.S.C.p U. of Wash., U.S.C. BEEKMAN, BONNIE L. Girls' P.E. B.A. U. of Iowa BIGELOW, GORDON E. English-Social Studies B.A. U. of Michigan BOSLEY, JAMES B. Agriculture B.S. U.C.-Davis Cal Poly, S.D.S.C. BROOKS, JOSEPH W. Mathematics A.B. in P.E. S.D.S.C. BUNTING, ROBT. D. ASB B.S., M.S. U. ot Idaho, Wash. State, S.D.S.C. BURGHART, VYRL D. Commercial B.S., M.S. Kan. St. Tchrs. Coll. CARMICHAEL, M. JEAN Girls' P.E. B.A. U.C.L,A., S.D.S.C. CASTRO, JESS A. Social Science 81 Language B.A., M.A. U. of San Francisco, Mo. St. Tchrs. Coll., U. ot Denver, S.D.S.C. COCHRAN, SUE E. Language M.A., B.A. Mills College, U. of Idaho COHN, ADRIAN A. English, Journalism, History B.S., M.S. U. of Wisconsin CORDRY, ROBT. C. Social Science B.A. U.C.S.B., Claremont CRAWFORD, THOMAS H. English Social Studies, if Driver Education, P.E. B.A. Valleio Coll., U.S.C.y Q' San Jose St., L.A. St. CURRY, EDITH Science B.A., M.S. Yanlcton College, U. of Neb. DAGGS, CHARLES D. Science B.A., M.A. Pomona DEWEY, JAMES R. Bus. Ed. B.A., M.S. U.C.L.A., U.S.C. DILLANE, ALLAN P. English 8g English-Social Studies A.B. S.D.S.C., San Francisco St., U.C.B. DYER, JAMES L. Agriculture B.S. U.C. Coll. of Ag. EASTLICK, M English- cia l ies A.B, J S.D.S'. . f 'lg V EDGAR, FARIS Language A.B. U.C.L,A., Claremont, U.S.C., U. of Rennes France, Inst. Tech- noloico, Mex., U. de Nuevo Leon, Mex. ELLIOTT, HARRY L. Driver Training B.S. U. of Minn., S.D.S.C. FIELDER, ROBT. H. Boys' P.E. B.S., M.S. Moorhead State, U. of ND., Gustavus Adolphus, S.D.S.C. FOSTER, EDW. C. Boys' P.E. A.B. S.D.S.C. FRIBERG, RUNA R. Math 3: Industrial Art A.B., M.A. Fresno State S.D.S.C. FULCHER, ALAN W. Language A.B. College of Pacific, S.D.S.C. GIBSON, MIA Art A.B. S.D.S.C., Stanford GREEN, FRANK T. Social Studies, Boys' P.E. B.S. New Mexico ASQM, L.A. State GROSS, HERBERT M. Bus. Ed., English 81 English-Social Studies B.A. S.D.S.C. HAYNES, RICHARD L. English-Social Studi B.A., M.A. U. of Colo. HEATON, JAY E. Social Studies A.B. S.D.S.C. HENRY, EDGAR L. Math B.S. Kan. St. Tchrs. Coll., S.D.S.C. gem HILL, VERNON W. Industrial Arts B.A. Ariz. State, San Jose State, S.D.S.C. HIRSCH, NORMA J. Homemaking B.A. U.C.B. HOLK, ERWIN Industrial Arts BS, M.A. S.D.S.C., U. of Minn., West. Wash. Coll, of Ed. HURLEY, JOHN E. English B.A. S.D.S.C.: L.A. City Collegeg N,Y. Coll. of Music JOHNSTON, JOAN M. Girls' P.E. A.B. Riverside Coll., S.D.S.C. JUMP, ANNABELLE C. Bus. Ed. B.S., M.S. U. of Iowa, U.S.C. KELL, JACK Industrial Arts A.B. s.D.s.c. a KELLERRMQQV E.. A Girls" . A.B. . it, 5 M I .4 sJD,s,c. M . I I I' .:f., I. ii. ,, .J . ng I N 1 I KIESLER, KENNETH O. Math A.B. U. of Colo., U. of Redlands KLEINFELTER, JOAN C. English-Social Studies A.B. Bowling Green St. U., S.D.S.C. KLOOS, MARY E. Homemaking B.S., M.S. Okla. E. Central St., U. of Okla.g S.D.S.C. Okla. ASM, U. of Colo. KNISS, RAYMOND English B.S. St. Tchrs. College , 4 ' LARSON, ROBIN L. Math A.B. Valley College, S.D.S.C. LEWIN, BARBARA J. English-Speech A.B., M.A. Long Beach St. 81 City College LEWIS, DANIEL Music Masters in Music S.D.S.C., Claremont LOGSDON, JOHN W. English-Social Studies 81 History A.B. S.D.S.C. LUTZ, HAROLD G. Music B.M., M.A. Redlands, U.S.C., Claremont, Pomona, Belfast U., U.C. LYNCH, JOHN E. English A.B. S.D.S.C. MANNING, DOUGLAS R. English-Military Science B.A. U.C., Santa Ana Coll., S.D.S.C. MATERN, ARMAND O. Boys' P.E. B.S. U. of Utah, S.D.S.C. MATHEWS, EDW. V. I MIQ Mom a. l If I I y f 6 Driver Educatianylllffl! f if BA IAPQQU N7 jf' .3D.St,W 'E W M 'rdf if Q51 , . ? Vi 2 F? I, JI tl MINOR, BENTON L. Instrumental Music B.A. U.C.L.A. MONTA, GEORGE C. English- Social Studies B.A. S.D.S.C. OTTERSON, GLENN Boys' P.E. B.S., M,S. U. ot Minn.g U. of Colo. Il C75 PEACE, JAMES R. English A.B., M.A. S.D.S.C. PETERSON, RICHARD E. Art Dept. BS., M,F.A., Ed. Edinboro State Tchrs. Coll., Pa., Columbia U. D. PISTOIA, RUTH K. Social Science B.S., M.S. Indiana U., Ohio State U. PRITCHARD, PATRICIA H English- Social Studies B.A. U.C.L.A,, S.D.S.C PUMPHREY, DAN English B.A. S.D.S.C. QUATROCHI, DONALD J. Industrial Arts A.A., B.A. Riverside College, S.D.S.C. L, RAMSEY, JOYCE English- Social Studies M.A. U. of Oklahoma U. of Texas, U.C.L,A. RICHES, W. A. Math A.B. Oregon State SANCHEZ, IRENE T. Spanish B.A. S.D.S.C., U. of Mex. SAWYER, MILDRED Math BS., M.A. Columbia U., Missouri State SHIPMAN, PERRY T. Industrial Arts B.A. S.D.S.C. STOWERS, JOSEPH H., JR. Science, Art, English- Social Studies A.B. S,D.S.C. v 1-24' QWQ VAN NOTE, SAMUEL E. Driver Education B.A., B.S., M.S. Pasa. College, Sacramento State, U, ot Nev., U.S.C., L.A,, Colleges in Mich. VAN ZANTEN, ALBERT L. Math B.A,, M.A. Oceanside Carlsbad Coll., S.D.S.C. WENBOURNE, EARLE E. Math 81 Boys' P.E B.A., M.A. Neb. St. Tchrs., U. of Neb., S.D.S.C. WILLIAMS, DAVID Science B.A. S.D.S.C.: U, ot Buffalo WINTERS, DONNA Commercial A.B. Augustana Coll., S.D.S.C. ZUMWALT, JAMES G. Social Studies B.A. U.C.B., Alliance Franqaise, France OFFICE STAFF. The co-operation and help the Of- fice Staff has given us this year has been deeply appreciated. Top row, left to right, Mrs. Pittman, Mrs. l.eMasters, Mrs. Peebles, Mrs, Gray, Mrs. Brad- ford. Bottom row, left to right, Mrs. Spruner, Mrs. Recio, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Bain. GROUNDSMEN: Clinton Wise, Glen Rhys, CUSTODIANS1 Ist Row: Paul Cater, Frank Toynton, Irey Thomas, Marion Pugh, Willie Ratiluff, Herbert Pittman Larry Cardinal. 2nd Row: John Muelmester, Tony Maddalena, Albert Walker, David Pyles. CAFETERIA STAFF. We have good reasons to be proud of our hard working cafeteria staff, for they are unequaled in serving good, nour- ishing food. Left to right: Charlsie Whaley, Mary McCain, Edith Donahoo, Beatrice Patter- son, Edna Triplett, Eva Martin, Evelyn Glenn, Lucille Hasha. Not shown: Paul De Nure, Ecl Holt. it X X .3 N sax Nw N S 1:5 was .,.t ff 1 , KW, 4, ll 2 l J I A 4 1: .gg Q 4 4' 'fff 1' f" . -11 9 . A 1 ' 1 z " ,W fi 4' P f . iff " ' we ,f if 4 1 W , , A 1 , ' - ff 5 ' if . QI? Sa.. LIBRARIAN. Our friendly librar- ian, Mrs. Cook, has been with us for four years. She is always willing to help students find books or information. . r ,. if ...ff Q. IL 9- . F P. E. ATTENDANTS. P. E. at- tendants are great friends of the students. Mrs. Buck and Mr. Latham are always ready to help us when we are in need of them. ... Q J ..i.- XX s 3 .r 1.Q. Mui' ,Q-Z ,,,,. - N..- NURSE. Mrs. Povenmire, school nurse, is considered both a healer and good friend. Any student can find comfort and rest in her office. J YW ,f , M61 'av Aa-H Q we M i k' aw JF! I IQ '51 ,, J Law I A 4: 0,2 , , 'Z f 4 1 ' f ' Mg' alias x F ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,.,,., , .... ..,,.,,,s.n,.w-,- ,....,......--..n-nu .uf - Mya. f w. my-mmm-mmap ,.,ga""' 0, ,,,.,,4w1,,wwfW'0, ,, ' l ,,,Wwr4-" , . , wr" , , ,, Y K 1' President Veep Advisor Benny Trovaten Sandy Ball Mr, Bunting The Student Government class, made up of the Commissioners and assistants, provides the organization and leadership for the many activities of the student body of El Caion High. We are extremely proud of the work they are doing and the zeal with which they carry out their duties. We thank you, Commissioners, for a year of devoted service. SeC"9l0"Y Fll'1G"'4CE Girls' League President Fran Wheeler Chris Nordensen Sandy Curl 1. . .,,. ji: ieie ,'-Ii Assisronfsa Bock Row Leif ro Right: Carl Sfephoni, Fred Ryon, Tom Ashley, Alon Hcirsriberger, Wcyne Morris, Dick Jeffers, Lorry Boysen. 'ro Riglir: Donna Martin, Srioron ZurbruQ9f Sondy Norris, Elaine Molsberry, Lindo Pierce, Julie Getz. ,, ' 1' ,sy '.. A ii '? I Y. A Bl A, i W - ... , .- 1, W1 ' Elfgxyjy -lf 'Q ' ' X ' '-ir l if 1 .nl b ,- X, f. i. fwsuqff f .oc 3,1 . sl- - x V, - ---' ' ---, fx " 935151: ilr::F1"' 'af 'J-2 v 4, . PX-. --,nal ' ll, ll V' M. -.1 '-- -4 . 1' , 9210! ' J '1-1 . .-- -. '- Ill W ' n".rl" l il: .viiij Ni gf! ' f iv ,His We ,ffl 1 1 7 i l lf Q it dee:- i : in 5, ' , f 4 W 1 F-I' V 1 , ' Y 'V , 1 l if ii Sponsored by Elmefs Disposal Service fr-. -qw. ,v Q51 11 rvice Boysen Front Row Left ,V .., N ml, ELECTION BOARD N., -'P 2. 4 - gf- I I 1 ' ' 1. R .5 T 4 N I ' ss.--.f.......,. - I ' . X 1, X . E. 5 fi: 5 -. If , 4 sy N X I H N X ,f Q-Q Sponsored by Dave Martirfs Masonry Supplies TICKET SQUAD POSTER COMMITTEE DANCE AND ASSEMBLY FFA PROGRAM SELLERS L Lfzff 1 ' 'FL WJ Sponsored by F razee's STUDENT COUNCIL EI Caion's first attempt at having a tvvo-party system was very successful. Atter a general as- sembly, the two conventions were held in their respective places and proceeded to nominate their candidates. The student body voted on the nominees in their homerooms. 13 su x, 9 X N x 5, 'X .jr MM ,- -ffi-..,., .... .-'X' ' Sponsored by John B. Gibson. Inc. Finance Girls' League Pres. School Service Lynda Lee Pat Fox Par Rose m W we ., , in I V Pres , Dean Heyenga, Sec, Marsha Miiclnell, Veep, Roy Hogslwed. Public Relations Publicity ATl'1l6TlCS Marilyn Monfeforie Sandy Vitior CUllUf0l Allfllfs H l'i ST l GI Q F b ug lo ey Sponsored by Hatch Chevrolet Om ms elg K sf. P- x 4. 7,4 2 xt ' we Q .LQ z 1 xx E 'lm X "0 q . ' -25:9 5' Business Manager: Angie Vitanza fjfm Photo Director: Yvonne Paris Editor-ln-Chief: Peggy Self Sig P Asst. Business Manager: Kathy Lorentz. Asst. Photo Director: Jim Van Cleave. xi, Photographers: George Thomas, Vernon Porter fy' muff' an-43-1? Sponsored by Boyd Anderson Studio ,Af-0 Advertising Manager: Carol Dwyer General WriTe'Ups: Pat Zoffka, Gloria l fs' 5-x W1 j""'T ii Y 'ur . Q 'S' 1 Art Director: Jeannie Branon lt if Eur. ow ,gl Dj B Z: , 'Q ' '-7 ea, , nf' f1'l.fl'3H ' . 3 . Advisor: Mrs. Pritchard If has Taken a lor of hard work and has cost us many anxious hours, but when i'r's all finished, we won'f remember The difficult pans. We'll only re- member 'rhe fun we've had and the pride we fel? when our Legend came our. Rennow, Linda Wilson. General Write-Ups: Ronnie Ramirez, Carol Eggerf, Gloria Saunders Q ,f fi 40? ' 1 ' V' : " G l 9 'QP "5" n isis 'wa' 551i -5 Sponsored by Clover Leaf Dairy V .r 1 Y 2 CX Managing Editor: Martha Coan Editor- In-Chief: Angie Vitanza V ff News Editor: Carol Dwyer MMQZQQKQ Photo Director: Betty Harlow 41"-x Editorial Editor: Sharon Zurbrugg Sponsored by El Cajon Valley Escrow Co. l X Sports Editor: Chuck Osterrneyer Feature Editor: Priscilla Bown Advisor: Mr. Cohn Deadlines, copy, and advertising are three key es- sentials in the production of our self-supported bi- weekly SMOKE SIGNAL. The paper has clone a fine iob of keeping the students well informed of cur- rent news and events concerning our school. Business Manager: Sally Dietrich Circulation Manager: Fran Howard ,p,, - r, Q, i,.,' 4 new-E ' .J Sponsored by Howarzfs Menfs Shop A dramatic moment in "Twelve Angry Womenf' Leslie Wright in the leading role produces a duplicate of the murder weapon. A few lqsf minufe preparations Gnd fhe The audience holds its breath and the ploy goes on' plot thickens. Sponsored by Fred B. Ragland, MD. This yecir's Theotre Arts Division under the direction of Mr. Jornes Peace, hos produced one outstanding ploy, i'Twe-Ive Angry Women." The Verse Choir hos hod o very successful yeor. We thdnk the The- otre Arts Division for its fine pertorrn- once-s. The Verse Choir performed for voricus scnooi ond civic groups, Mr. James Peoce -xi ii it 4, misc, -Q41 , 'W , 9- Sponsored by The Chicken Shack R i 27 T fllmw How Pow Wow sepf. 19, 1959 Get Acquoinred Donce A. f 1 ANNA? x xfg -ai :eg T55-f Fit Snow Bull DEC. 19, 1958 Sponsored by Girls' League Sponsored by Pacific Finance Loans Harvest Boll Nov. 26, 1958 Sponsored by F. F. A. 158 Sf 25 Shipwreck Dance April 24, 1959 Sponsored by Senior Class Shamrock Shuffle March 13, 1959 Sponsored by Girls' League 1 1 1 '11 "sa Snow Boll Dec. 19, 1958 Sponsored by Glrls' League 1? Cf-onsored by San Diego Class and Paint Company I l Choir Officers Top Row, left To right R. Barber, L. Mcudsley N. Carlson, D. Pofon, C. Jouregui, L. Smifh. Bof- Tom row, left to right. B Giles, S. Golowoy, K Huffman, R. Spefhmon M. Mercer, C. Golowoy J. Mercer. 1 I B N, Us x . elif S as .1 l ,I ,Maw W F Red and blue, Red and blue, stand forthe brave and True " 1? 5 If ,,Af J, 'F ' Q 1 ,.,. 4-A ms " , w ,, Bond Staff 32 Sponsored by Pernica,n0's Pizza Houses ,nr F. S" ix F P IQ in Ui' 5' ?G" ,,.....-I uf' Q-5' , i mcerr Bond fx MLMDQZDQD Pep Bond V '. -A, , f ev Av H15 AVE? O 1. ff A E' Sponsored by lrztvrsfate Rv.s!a1u'a1zf Supply CO., Inc, 4-""""1'.D M - 65' fl f Lindo Pierce -un Jean Momgomery EL CAJON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL BAND Under The direcfion of BenTon Minor, The E,C.V.H.S, Bond, led by moiorenes Lindo Pierce ond Jeonnie MonTgomery, puf on superior holf-Tirne shows GT oll horne TooTbc1lI gornes. The marching bond won The Sweepsmkes ovvords OT Long Beoch All VVesTern Bond Review ond The Corono lnviToTionc1l Bond Jorn- looree. The Concert Bond performed of The Music EcIucoTor's Notionol Confer- ence, Wesfern Division, CTT SGH Luke CiTy. Congrcxfulcnions! f-if 2. i .J 4, Li J.. ........... ,K v i 1 ,, Y. X-1, VJ, G ,A ,ly re ei gf' I 1 vj"9FL'f 'f-Zigi? QA , V ' K. , ' Q ' YG ai5f'7'?3f, "" 'Q - - ' ' " f ' ,f.'Q'?'f.' 1 17' 1 Q 4 f E 'I L, - r Y Q' --Q A V : www 4?11J 'W -in 5 W ' :Q f., 'S' .S ey -ki! - -lj I S. 1 - 44" "' ". . , v, wavy. f"' ' .5 1 -aa W , ' niq.,i,m-., jf 'is 'E'-5 " 1... 6' ' N 1 gd: .1 . - A . - P1 L -It . sq E X - ,Q 4 Mia ' Hi '-, X '4 fl: A - 9" .. , V ' ' 1 ' 1 ' "J ' 1 ' -f .av 'i G' JfZ'X': ' N 51 " 1 Q NT L. is 4 , ,Q , H ,Y r A Q 3 ' s -FL' - - ds E , 'X' T' , ' ,LQ 7' , 1 g , - iff- :hiv -:Q - , 1,11 . . gt ' -V ' .-.. Q 4:,"'.f f 'Mi "' V .ff -1 . A ' --A J Q9-1 - .a -wi.. "- 'i gym-I - N1 H" - Af? 'N . I' ' 1 ' Ev-L Q 'A 4 gf- 4f'fk- JN U ui I ' , .gan I ' 4 H M A , Q ' 'Q 1 '1 .,,lh '71 -huigkg rn.: . I . D 1 LQ' ' . I i 'H :+ , . ,- - .fag f 'ff' : t x E A I H ' K 4 I 1i'H 'Q wifzf 14" K A ws ,-4,. A. f 0441 CSWL Kathy Huffman Gloria Forsberg The hard Work and enThusiasm of The Pom Pom Corps have loeen shown by Their accomplishmems. The Pom Porn Corps, wiTh The band and Hag corps, won The Corona inviTaTional SvveepsTakes again This year. Peggy Self f Jeannie Branon JeaneTTe Mercer Sponsored by Ralplfs Hair Styling Salons V . KZ , is -'M--N " li X ,, i' Rr 5 5 9. sr 3. x J if . f ' ' :QL be 3 -, :Ss " ii I 1 xi 5. 4 5 I E L -..... as ,i Vx uf 1 9 ,. -4 ww 2,1 H 1' 5 2 7 L 4 3 . 4 fy V, 5-4 fiwmsgy Miss Jean Carmichael ,1 ., , . new? Wir: ' ., . .awfm ,, W, V... .., The Flag Corps presenteol exceptionally ex- cellent half-time shows at our home football games this year, The Corps members are to be commended for their hard work ancl co- operation. , ' 'Wf jfs' Lt., Karen Tobin Lt., B 1 f iw W I 1 ui., ,V VW! 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W2 ff fwefrw, , V W, 44 if 'Qc' , ,124 27214 fm by ' Z ff '5 rf 1 '3 , 0, f ,, W A ' V ,M 4 2 1 1 41, V4 , W -e ,,f-4 A .A xr A queen ra crowned. Beauty reigns. Nw 4. ' Q- A , , ggfigi ., 5 'g W 1 . A j - ff Ly lv 1 . 'l A -f if ff X, 2- I- 4 Jigkj-L 1 r 2 , 'fi ' -5+ . Q- f. 6 A' " " 47. 'Q ' 31" LYGIP'-F' ' J f""54 l A Anim '15 r' ! A. X if mari 3 Agl3iA:,AEfrTX.: , ' .iff l A . "F'?f'2J5fe . 4 , , A y fr r F? l ' -45' " . '.. , U ,V 5 ,ywgf ff V 1 4 JM- A8-L V rf' ' 'c rr. - 1 2171, I ' f, 'W .,. - -1' 'E , ' A NF if 5' ,, f rfh 1: ' 5 1 - '-'stef I ,Q I-fd - :Wai il I V 2-. V 1 ff., V Q . 4 X ff 5,1-sf x.Ww. .,-x.,.x s .X wg Qifeadous Wx ' w s Q 3 x S s X XX Q X Q Q X X .-35, y as W A Q1 N X1 K sem.- Elciine Molsberry Yvonne Poris Ccrol Robinson X ,iw -:,X,,,.S Wifh Their snoppy recl ond blue Uniforms und The enfhusiosm, our six song lecxol- ers hove done 0 fine iolo of promofing school spirit They presenfed on oufsfond- ing orrrocfion or oll games ond assemblies. ...q.-,J 5"---. Q .sy,N.,,x.,.-.......,, , ...df , . , N N- - ,ss X Y wigs Nw..- . A D. Ann Pofon Morlene Smith Ncmcie Carlson Sponsored by Cullen Kampis Shoe Store GO, GO, EL CAJON Go, Go, EI Colon Drive ond TighT The whole gome Through, Morch, Morch, dovvn ThoT field FighTing Tor The red ond blue. Drive, Drive, Through ThoT line, Fight To bring our colors Tome, Go, Go, for EI Colon And we will win The gome. dw HAIL TO THE VARSITY Hoil To The VorsiTy Cheer Them olong Their vvoy. Onvvord To VicTory, moy They win ogoin Todoy. Well give o cheer Tor The TighT- ing Broves, Long moy They reign supreme, ShouT Till The echoes ring For The glory of our Teom. ,sl 6' I . x ,' 'T I I X ll , W. K l C T f Q T ALMA MATER . - ' EI Colon, EI Colon 'I We give proise To you. ,T Red ond Blue, Red ond Blue I STonds Tor The Brove ond True. Well TighT To deTend your honor, Tome, Were proud To uphold your glorious nome. El Colon, El Colon Hoil, Almo MoTer, Hoil Y MICHIGAN STATE Smosh righT Through ThoT line of Blue WoTch The poinTs keep growing. Brove Teoms ore bound To vvin, They're TighTing wiTh o vim RAH, RAH, RAH See Their line is Weokening, vve're going To win This gome FIGHT, FIGHT, RAH TEAM, FIGHT VicTory for El Colon. VICTORY On To VicTory, Tor EI Colon will win The gome TonighT, On To VicTory, Tor EI Colon will TighT ond show iTs mighf. Worriors, Ioyol, brove ond True Worriors, FighTing Tor The Red ond Blue, On To vic:Tory, Tor EI Colon will olvvoys FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! imlfii un? TSVN Miss Anderson Don Olson ! sf fi - , 'Ti Pep oinol spiriT describes our Three cheerleaders This yeor. WiTh Their en- Thusiosm onol vigor ciT cill goimes, The spiriTs of El Cojon hove risen. Their hoircl work is oipprecicneol by The Broves. .L Y, . Don Schlege! Sfeve Jorgenson Sponsored by United Furniture Company BRAVE5 vicioiw B'B' B'R'A Vicfory Victory is our cry V-V- V-E-5 V-I-C-T-OVR-Y B'R'A '-'---- Y'E'S Con we yell ii? Well, I guess BRAVES! BRAVES! BRAVES Vidory for EI Qgionl Yes! Yes! Yes! ll - ,fl HOOPIN' AND Hoiieieim' . l-loopin' end Q hollerin' 1 Beofin' on o drum, A El Coion High is where were y from: , - E-i-c:-A-J-o-N isiowiyi 'I E-L-C-A-J-o-N ifesiefi E-L-C-A-J-O-N lfostestl ' If lPousel ll ,'- EIGHT!!! E ONE STEP WE BIG One siep, Two sfep, 'rhree sfep, We blg lClGP ClOPl We bC1Cl lClOP four, clopl All Those for Eli Colon siond up We win lclop clopl We glad cmd lclcip clopl ROAR!!! We big lclopl Bod lclopl Win lcloipl Glocl lclopl Poor ............ , they lucid , ,, , .,,,,..x . W ,.., ,.... . -4 -- - N em '- wewmvww 1,5 V+ Qfmqvolx gkWQHg,Q2Qw.S'QbX v-wise x sk N -z. 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The foorboll field ond the Truck, training grounds for sportsmen. 46 ali, 1, 1 L, , f L 4 , 5 v' 5.4, ? . :hu 91.4 W, """a ,X X J .a ' af- f I - -r .. -ffm.. , -gi , ., 44, egg, ,'L,j,,g"?5.'.5-,'.Q.'.3:.L2'. in '92, . , , . ., , f W . 'SQ 419, '?'e 1 WSI an r . . ' . . , ff-ff '-- fm, "'mu4zf,,h1-.I-J, Q 4 V A. A V. 17. ,-,,, .M 4 N J-g-N . ...Jr . - -5,-.,. - V. I -,- -, . A -.-'--ff, ' A , fi , x .W 1- 1 A '- '- '- ' 11.4 uno.. 'lf '-'-'bhp Bock row, left to rtgltt. M. Gutltrte, G Stone, F? Dtcl, J. McClun1tc, J Runner, C. Stepltoni, S Vnllovctsencuo, S, Rtvero, H Stroley, D C262 J. Emmons, B. Scltexnctycler Center row, left to rtgltt. R. Campbell, P, Blmer, B. Mtsltnus, H Hem, M Baxter, B Clwrtstmnsen, E Erursc J. Childers, B. Trovoten, L. Englant, L. Honcocl-, E. Brcttley. Front row, left or right. B. Mttrovuclw, J. Ctlb, H. Solos, B. Luloo, D Wcfers L 'C e M. Eoclcer, J, Brown, G Tlwomcts, L. Vtck, Get that mon! Coach Otterson NW'-5' 'Oy 'gb gk' 4-rt Fiji., 48 7 Spmzsowd by fozvvllls Egg and Poultry Cnmpfzny. Iwi' r P C '- The battling Braves never lost their spirit. The Varsity football team competed in the tinest Competition ever shown in the Metro League. Although they corriplled a winless record, the tearn played hard and had strong spirit through- out the season. Whether the Braves were horne, or away, they played alrnost all ot their games with the stands filled, Hey, whos onthe bottom? Coach F el ? N . , 1 Sponsored by Whirl-A-Whip In A Tub 'fjfs 22 , f n yffhf V 1 , ., 1 3 E.-. xvswf CQEJTQEUMQ Sponsored by Gilbert Townsend llnsurance :lqency ::. ni"- VWIQ B ll T13 Mor Visfo 1Cornivoll . Sepf. 26 ' ' l1j'VA14L"V ' I Q65 'K K 1 Fonfono .,......... OCT 3 Escondido ........ OCT 10 Helix ...... GCT. 17 Swee1woTer . .. GCT, 24 Grossmonf . .. O51 31 Chula VisTo .. NOV. 7 Romono ... Nov. 15 MT. Miguel .. Ngv, 21 K . W . 1 ff Nil V ,nf JJ r v . . V 'f P 1 K w 1, 1 X-V 1 2' V' b 1.4, 1 y , 3 , LLL "N df A 'tj Rf' Aj" ' f xdxf V Y L 'Q fs Zu L 'fl' YJ ' P J U Na f Jig" 'V . V ff gl v fi- 'S-.:: if :gn is ii I The J.V. Football Team had a successful season This year. They finished The season with five wins and Three losses. Some of Their wins included an impressive 41 To 6 viclory over La Jolla and 1:- 1, Q . 4 5 l I ,4,l,'U' 9 'Q y n ,y ff " Q 4 W R L 1 X Xt KX 'Q i I T in , if X . pw wfiviff A a 3410 6 victory over MT. Miguel. u 1 ,K 1 , R 3 f C0C1ClW FOSTGY Coach Castro . c,,, , ., . . W ..-A V 3frV's:,.e,qgg:5lQ5,f,, l H ff, - -Mm V' '4.,.,4,Vr,-, 1V',kf.1 , r , - " N, ,, , ' Hf1'V!fg':i1' . ,, 'LH Vfiig? . , ,','1,ififRl'Qf'l '1 . , f, "3gf?'f:'9 Tk .,. 4 The J.V. squad had a lot of members and showed much promise. ,, ,ga1.fl3, 'Qi:Q1Z.'i',"i"'. V 'IQ' ' - A. ,. 54.1. ' Q'-L'-' - ' -, - . 14 ,- V1 500' 5? ms- '. - .,,,.. V-M - ....1"'.,1g'1'Z. .Z T V V .1.V4"'li5I',,f.i 1 ' 77, - ...Mm V -VM...-fm , ' 5.51 -gig.-,:, .4 . . , . VW., , - .- 1l'f'--wwf" V .fm-?2:if-V1i"iV -1- - 4m ' bm f" Vis, ' . .ff 1 ' ff:-: V 'G 'Q?,.4?3'2- A, , Ng, , . 5" if ggi ' ' Qs i q f 6 , V --i-. V-1 ' fi . , . , ..,5'-1r?.1', "1 :f" fs" . , ' . 4.51.V,':g.5: 2 . "'- , ,.,. - fr V,,. ,, , z- f 0.1, r ,1 ,N V, V ,s,3.V pi.. gal: ' -I-127' .:." q . , I , Q- ,, A. V, ,V .. 54 is i, --V-, H ,WV ll 1, ff" 4.2 z .5 K 'f 'Ti 5.1, 75 -EG' ,-3 v 7 f, V, 1 - 4 V V A A .fl-V: .5117-T-,-?,y,Ti.,,g,,!,?I::,. 3.55, Sponsored by Dairy Mart Farms Inc. ! 4 4 Qcfwasfu The Freshman FooTball Team gained a greaT deal of experience which will be Useful in The TUTure. Under The able leadership of Coach Mafern and Coach Wenlooume, The Team played many hard fought games. 1 "Clif wwf' Couch Mgfern Coach Wenbourne T L Lefr to right: Mickey Williams, Roger Foster, Hugh Sfraley, Mike Walsh, Dean Heyenga, Mike Steffen, Larry Wanamaker, Ron Wafson, Bill Bronson, Paul Hulbert, Larry Hancock. gf3a1sQEl13aQQ Captains, left to right: Larry Hancock, Mike Steffen, Ron Watson. -L --Q, . ,.., , X i -'ll ,...u.......N,...., Sponsored by R. N. Little, Real Estate 4 if 'ff' - -'+.g,ogq N. I Although The Varsify squad wasn'T as suc- cessful as il might have been, The boys played Well and gained a greaf deal of ex- perience. Wilh The return of many Varsity players, The Team will be hard to loeaf nexf year. i 3 V Coach Motern Sponsored by Ray Kerclzefs Chevron Station I , "Q sif,-1, -,:-' J Eg' -f., .: gi N53 ,.A, if , 'Q-,ffg,ggg1"i3' 1 .9 gy, Q" 'J K ' f' 4-f5ff'39l X 'T 3 Q Captains, Bob Hoss, Jim Ruis gif . f lf. , . Q! 411321512 5 Coach Ed Foster Left To right: Wayne Carroll, J 4 olfmn Howell, Jerry Hancock, Bob Hoss, Bob Sawyer, Roy Thomas, Jim Billings, Glenn Cloes, Jim Ruis, Steve McCloney. S Q X 3 i- 91: 'J .... . -- - 25 . . 2 ,..,.:h, qw, esee asge as Q, , xg-iz X S X iv- lf 52 a 7 B5 Z A K L V ' 'L ,, a-4.1 f' pw' npcs-754-yvf-..:.Af..-.1 , S-7' 5R?"'f- -"' F7 '.' :J um' ,-,' A7714 , ,,1 Zzfgx ,Q CJQQM Coach Green 'Xf,, Sponsored by fim Brown and Associates, Realtors gm Left to right: Coach Brooks, Dave Hamren, Art Wrightson, Steve Wistock, Ronnie Watson, Paul Gilbert, Jim Phillips, Gary Decker, George Budurin IManageri. 1 ' s s r -"- mf' , neii 1. Even though the Varsity team lost a few A' at its top runners, our cross country team S , finished the season without a loss. Coach G' V"A z I X Joe Brooks predicted that the team will 'M H' fy be hard to beat next year. fi GX, , Coach Brooks Outstanding, Ron Watson Sponsored by Paris Mortuary 'W .lg , Na f ' 1' .4 4 d -. 'rg 1 X' 6 if 1 , v ul v l . fl I I 1 l I l -Q 5 .F ' L llifl A 1 Q V f y 1 0-.LC -In J J.V. TEAM Back row, left to rlglmti Don Phillips, Doug Freeland, Larry Herman, Kent Stollman, Mike MacNicl'1ol, George McKeon, Jerry Rogers, George Boerstler, Wayne Sieckmonn, Front row, left to right: Leon Wise, Alton Carroll, Mike Perry, Gary Campbell, Joe Heisler, Steve Cotter lManagerl. B A 1 N 41 I 14 . ,f . A Y 5 V, X f 4 - .V ,,'g Awami QA:i?fW,ZJ The A Track Team under The direcfion of Coach Joe Brooks led The MeTro League unTil They los? To GrossmonT in a close meeT. The Team had good balance and sTrong spiriT. i W Coach Jay HeaTon Q 1 A ' ' a v : '-r- - E-1 3 D .XE . "V XYZ , gg . I V 1 'few-Q. A '+""'t'-'22, 1 :xhff AT T V 'T " -1 mm., ' -A - -fr-1' 'Q " 'fl -Iv ,fda Qfciegw The B and C Track Teams had a very successfui season This year. Because of Their deTerminaTion To win, They finished high in The MeTro League sTandings. 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Front row, left to right: Bill Poschman lstat.l, Russ Eacker, Bill Christiansen, Dick Campbell, Paul Doering, Jim Brown, Dick Hill, Jim Ruiz, Mike Ham, Carlos Rivera lmgr.l The Varsity Baseball team showed great promise in their pre-sea- son games. At the start of the season, they appeared to be a strong contender for the baseball championship, but they ran into stiff competition as the season progressed. I ifasalorlll , . . ws Captain, Don Solomon Sponsored by Ballantyne Buick Coach Crawford ei 'V.W -.fsmga -.4 Q .,,, ,www il' ' The boys played hard and long. They never lost their drive. Ron Watson Bill Chrisransen MQJ Ron Brown Larry Hancock Gene Sfone , ,Q , V A "lf ' , ' 31,11 ' i i l j Bob Hoss Bill Brunson Paul Doering Mike Ham sew'ff1fQgapgwwg'E,:'tE KE' sig?- i2':5'5v ...Aim -x4 0 -Y i 8 . 1+ 2 s .,., .,, , .,v, . ' . 4 "l'W5Ilifi5" 'W x ' -. y l .. .. L., , L , -Q ,. ,F ., M J ' fl Q. V' 9 . . A -.4 -. ,- fl, .5 ,. 'Q . .A QW gdaiselmm The J.V. Baseball team compiled a line pre- season record including a sparkling 4 to 3 vic- tory over San Diego High. Coach Elliot, a former maior league player, felt that the team entered league play with a strong chance for tirst place. Coach Ha rry Elliot Back row, left to right: Gene Hokenson, Don Wakefield, Larry Vidano, Don Ham' ilton, Al Hinkle, Wayne Carrol, Carl Campbell, Jim Rinner, Mickey Williams, Coach Elliot. Front row, left to right: Larry Weaver lmgr.l, Buddy Nichols, Bill Clauder, Jon Greenway, Clovis Gibson, Mike lvy, Dave Smith, Steve McCloney, Chuck Spears. X s , 'L .f - Z -if -E f 59 sk Qimg, QAQJUN is' gamma 1' H fl! f ff X Tr - Q4 f'f' ' 5 i i 9. Q-,lm VAPSITY TEAM: Gary Hansen, Jim Breeden, Dave Phillips, Carmen Calcidise, Bill Mclferney, Roy MaTTox, Guy Newhan, David Sanderlin. WiTh The reTurn of many of Their leT- Termen, El Cajon's Tennis Team had a good season. David Sanderlin, one of The Top players in The sTaTe, helped To make This year's Team one of The sTrongesT in The counTy. 1 Coach Frank Green .l.V. TEAM: Jim Roller, John Wilson, Larry King, Bruce Petersen, George Norwood, Mike Bingham, Dean Heyenga, John Kimmel. .um The El Ccljon Wrestling Teom hcuol cr very successful yeor. They were in The fight for The cham- pionship Throughout The enlire seoson. The Tec1m's perfect rec- orcl vvos rnorred loy only one loss. Cllfmfimg Cooch Eorl Wenbourne Www , 1- A' President Sandy Curl 0 V A z.. 3:-L:a??5: , K h . - -.11 - G. gf:2:g,'- -A J' Veep, Peggy Self Sally Dietrich cfznnftqlwin Committee Qui!! iagire The Girls' League of El Colon Valley High School hos proved to be ready and willing to serve oth- ers in any vvoy possible. Their activities, which have included Christmas Giving, lnstalloton, and host of the Son Diego County Girls' League Con- vention, hove helped to make this o very suc- cessful year. Advisor, Miss Keller y r M ill . e N cj " if: N g. 5,5 N E 4 , Recording Sec., Nyla Ralph Corresponding Sec., Sherry Turner TFEOSUFSF, MGVlef'iE Smith Mrs. Hirsch Marian Brenner Mrs, Gibson Publicity Committee 1 s. X , .i ,AL - J. Pat-terson, J. Watson Miss Johnson 5ODdY Fisher Miss Romsey Social Committee Service Committee ,Z Z 4-ar, .fife- JOYCQ BOWGVSOX Miss Kleintelter Publications Committee Toynton Miss Keller Election Committee u-nn' mf MQ if 1 fu.. AU'n I' af' :T . I vzlxv V A V It , Linda Sue Smith Miss Winters Sharon Judy Miss KIOOS Big Sister Committee Good Grooming Committee 5-11-. ,,.. 'lj g ' .,,-.,,--145531-,'f H "gb, f ' jx: A ,Eu - 1 .Sta 'ff 'iqpl 75""'Ii5'. , j ,N Qzwassy I ,5 E3 ' '- w"1tvsze1n' ogy?-af 1-gffghn in A. ,, .41 fp-1 H ' T s ,...-.a:1f,,:,-f-,W The California Cadet Corps has again given boys a course in military training while in high school. Rifle rnarksrnanship, drills and studying military subjects were part of their program. av- ji s L v '1ln1'1" it to Bn. Crndr.-Lt. Col. Paul Riedelly Adjutantklst Lt. Dennis Tonkyro, Operations-Capt. Phil Shireyg Supply-Capt. David Wurtzg Sponsors-Capt, Douglas Manning and Edward Barrett. 'f fm-1221: 1 .i5,.,5..1,a ' Purpose: To promote high scholastic standards. award lite membership pins. Motto: Scholarship tor Service The CS F holds a banquet each year to v.-i V ,f """Hlm,4 manga name I , 1 1 wir l Iva., Vice Pres., Judie Hussg President, Sandy Bollg Treasurer, David Sanderlin Sponsor Mr Robert Cordry Not present Darlene Gref, Secretary. RWM , fa 3 . ' cw ffzrf . 5 ,Q 54 ,vi H' wi' -ii... 2'-Qiiilifw Q9-awww 196 ffvi :r zxiwu. vw The primory oiim ot the F.F.A. is the development ot cigriculturcxl leadership, cooperotion ond citizenship President, Dick DeNureg Vice Pres., Louie Londtg Secretory, Mickey Caryg Treosurer George Londt Reporter Terry Pyott Sentinel, Bill Hczrtsuyker, Sponsors, Mr. James Bosley and Mr. James Dyer. MEGABECEPS, SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club changes officers each semester. Presidents: Doss Bar- ber, Richard Bertrand: Veeps: Phil Taylor, Richard Buck: Secretaries: Arlene Landry, Gail Barber, Treas- urers: Torn Ashley, Jirn Pitchcie: Sponsor: Miss Curry. Purpose: To further interest in science. .li Lyn, .H 1 L LIBRARY ASSlSTANTS CLUB President: Robert Brock: Sec. Treas.: Donna Straubinger: Sponsor: Marian V. Cook. The library club, made up of assistants, helps promote interest in good reading and encourages students' use of the library. T, v I .Vw 1, f Lil ' i E.C.V.l-l.S. AMATEUR RADIO P r e s i d e n 1: Haalcon Magnussen: Veep: .lay Kenny, Sec. Treas.: Mike Collier: Sponsor: Mr. Quatrochi. This club's purpose is to further the in- terest in amateur radio and to help students obtain amafeu licenses. CLUB WWI L-g.. " '47"? RECREATION ASSOCIATION President: Sally Hall, Vice Pres.: Karen Sievertp Secretary Doreen Whittlerg Treasurer: Marsha Mitch- ell, Advisors: Miss Shirley Ander- son, Miss Joan Johnston, and Miss Mary Keller. Girls' sports are the main interest of the GRA. 23, .E C -SMX f K1 SEVARBS, sie. Y-TEENS President: Linda Sue Smithg Vice Pres.: Priscilla Bown, Secretary. Dorothy Toynton, Treasurer Sharon Zurbrugg. The Senior Y-Teens have practiced Christian ideas in both service projects and social func- tions. svvvrsgq QQ 5,5 ss.t A ' - NX xx Next , :Q ws .1 t Nw X if AN as W sswssyk mgkamy . W. S.. Q W M11 "VH my K was N xy'-w... :Ng f.f,I"""'s an-f.. -xxx "TAN -kung 'mms -.... .... 'Www Fifi?-'F mx... -....,,,"N 2 --..."", 7-A 'M Q... illlll 3 x T I IIII Q-... --..,, .4""'J,... NSS N , ....:. . ' 1 s C is ALPINE TRI-HI-Y President: Ronnie Rooklidgep Vice Pres.: Susan Heinrick, Secretary: Frances Peterson. Treasurer: Carol Sue Wilcoxy Advisors: Mrs. Larry Rooklidge and Mrs. Mildred Smith. High standards of Christian char- acter are the aims of these girls. VARSITY CLUB President: Woyne Morris: Vice Preg, Mike Boxier: Sec. Treos.: George Thomos: Advisors: .Armand Morern ond Ed Fosrer. Service ro The school ond ofhlerics kept These boys busy this yeor. 241 DIALECTOS, SPEECH CLUB President: Bill Poschmon: Vice Pres.: Corl Campbell: Secretory: Lindo Sue Smith: Treosurer: Tom Vogf: Ad- visor: Miss Borboro Lewin. The purpose of 'rhis new club is fo pro- more obiliry ond inferesf in The field of speech. ROMAN BRAVES, LATlN CLUB Consul: Loren Ayres, Jim Anderson: Pro Consul: Dovid Sonderlin, John Hormon: Scribo: Kofhi Moore, Jim Bosrwick: Quoesfor: Louise Win- dress, Rick Ashley: Advisor: Miss Sue Cochron. The purpose of This club is fo further interest in fhe Lorin longuoge. -?lrm JR. Y-TEENS President: Marilyn Montetorteg Vice Pres.: Lynn Austin: Secretary: Eileen Wigstromg Treasurer: Linda Long- mireg Sponsor: Mrs. Shelby and Miss Barney. This club's activities include service projects, a dance, and a fashion show. FUTURE NURSES CLUB President: Gail Barber? Vice Pres.: Rose Stone, Secretary: Carol Gola- way, Sponsor: Mrs. Povenmire. To acquaint girls with the different fields of nursing is the purpose of this group. 1 L.- .- ...... .. A Lf: .q i "ru " 12E'?Ef5f 'I- EW' fzifi-if 1. . "' sr' ' " ,1., ,,, ' fr' QI? as ati . VM- 4 12 . ,,..,x-5 pw.. li TAB BOOK CLUB Teen Age Book Club members met once a month for the purpose of gathering and ordering informa- tion. Representatives distributed TAB news and took orders. Each year over 4,000 books are purchased by ECVHS students. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The purpose of the F,T.AA is to stimulate interest in the tielcl of teaching. 5 SOPI-l. Y-TEENS iff!" r'-"-""" .,.,.1.-.T r r l-1. Cultural affairs and activities are the main interests ot these girls. 77 'K . um Lili' ikmH'fl"55'56ian,, , 421-if T-4 'wwiiiwmg Q 43 4 f' f""-'Wi ,., We of El Caion regreffully bid farewell To a dear friend. Affer many years of Teaching, Mr. William H. Beck refired aT mid-Term. He lefT behind many friends among The sTudenTs and faculTy aT The school. He conTinues To serve his communify as DirecTor of Parks and Recrea- Tion of El Cajon. We wish him success and happiness in life. I l .V v. 'I MC X X fy ff 1 , ' W 1 N El Cajon Valley High School ,io wg f '-X23 'MA' fn V 4'-f 'A if UD 'L .J 1 , , V,tf:""AF r the QAVEQ N x lr' x V ' A M JI stty . DODYHE 2? Cn 2 L E , 'r CNT R rEE,LT?"AxN'xS N Q ,M ,, H, -7 A Q 'S' 8910111213141516171819 3 , ,,11, WXxxXX,.,.1g-1g Y!! jf ,gf iff, qUfW1Q?1f'QJy WW my cn 2: mg. .. Q' pg , it Ira 'NN- X Nun X President, Carl S1ephani 4? 'x Treasurer, Dick De Nure Advisor, Mr. Monta .5 . VGGD, JUdY Patterson Secrerary, Yvonne Paris "FlrsT vvllh four" was our mono, as we were The lirsf class To complete four years aT E.C.V,l-l.S. Our successful car Washes, Senior Dilch Day, Shipwreck Dance, . "t:::9 Prom and After Prom wall always he warmly remembered as a part of our high school years. Counselor, Mr. Lundquisf V I f af" f' 7, f f' 5, ,ra lfxif Advisor, Mrs. Pisfoia Advgsofr Mr' Greta SENIOR PRIVILEGES AND CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Chairmen: Dave Gaerin and Dorothy Toynton. The privilege committee helped promote our lunch lines and senior parking lot. The cards and announcements committee helped select and order our announcements. Kiel' WAYS AND MEANS Chairman: Bob Brock The mciior activity of this committee was planning senior car washes. N SENIOR GIFT AND PUBUCITY Chairmen: Linda Pierce and Kenneth Owens These committees planned for the senior gift and publicized all senior activities kI1:'r'YQ"-' fe :Ham 'ftg-is I :maker Q , h .w,c,, we X xx " " ff ' N SYEX TYSIW 'i1L'iXbC'i"' ""' 'f ---M. sw Q -v. XQQQSAQTE -sages sf SSSQSQ ses 5535: SSRN- iiiis Sie : .- Q gsm s s -so Q Q. is x CAP AND GOWN AND BACCALAUPEATE AND COMMENCEMENT Chairmen: Sandy Norris and Susan Thompson The work of These con-lmvfees was an senrlal part of our graduation exercises, DlTCl'l DAY AND SENlOP DANCE Chairmen: Maureen Barnard and Barbara Grles Thanks ro These commirrees, we had a flne dirch day and senior dance. S. f1aif'l. , 3" .1 'Ex HE, 'U' - gxQilf X vw L, N' T 1 'W '-'HJ' 7 'f vi Q , T ,,,f::z,gMg:,, , . .. r - f 1.3. 2' , , ,, , x Q y -,.. PROM Chalrman: Arlene Landry This committee worked hard to plan an en- ioyable prom. 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' f fl: 1 -,,,4vMn ,i9,',, 'W MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Fred Ryan, Wayne Morris, Frank Viffor 'S xxxi JTMQSQMQMQQ GIRLS' LEAGUE ADVISORS SCHOLARSHIP Peggy Self .haw Fred Ryan, Cori Sfephoni, Greg Giuliani Ross Barber "' ' SPEECH Berry Turpin ,-' " "f sf zz V f . "ff OUTSTANDING BAND AND ORCHESTRA Dexter Fisher, Poss Barber RAYMOND LEE ADKINS Butch's activities at El Cajon included Football I, Basketball I, 2, and Tennis l, 2. His favorite subject during his four years here was photography. After grad- uation in June, his ambition is to become a success. i CALEB ELLSWORTH ANDERSON Analy's activities during high school in- cluded Military Science I, 2, 3. After graduation, Andy wants to attend San Diego J.C. His favorite pastimes include swimming and flying, and his secret arn- bition is to be an Air Force pilot. THOMAS ROBERT ASHLEY Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band i, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 'I, 2, 3, 4, C.S.F. 3, Science Club 2, 3, Treas. 4, Student Gov't. 4, Student Council I, 2, Frosh Pres., Band Mgr. 4, Varsity Band l, 2, 3, 4, Election Board 4, Jr. Class Council 3. BARRY EDWARD AUSTIN Barry was the President of the El Cajon Junior Achievement Company while he attended E.C.V.H.S. He enjoys playing tennis. After graduation, he plans to at- tend San Diego State to study architecture. MARGO AXTELL G.R.A. i,2,3,4, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens i,2,3,4, Nominating Convention 2,3,4, Marston Conference 2,3, Student Council 3, Election Board 3, Dance and Assembly 2 were Margo's activities. Destination: S.D.S.C. LAWRENCE PAUL BABER Larry's favorite pastime is discussions with his Civics teacher. His hobbies are swimming and running. Larry plans to attend San Diego State where he'll major in Math and Science. He was on Prom and Ditch Day Committee. 'U' PENELOPE ALLEN lMrs. Batchelderl Most of Penny's time is spent being a good wife. Her hobby is raising Siamese cats. Of all her subjects, Penny enjoyed Bookkeeping most of all. This hazel- eyed maiden will be a graduate of June. JOYCE ANN ANGUS During her four years at El Cajon, this June graduate's favorite subjects included Social Problems and Photography. Joyce enjoys horseback riding and writing let- ters. Her future plans include marriage after graduation. JAMES STANLEY ASKEY Big Jim's plans for the future include joining the Marine Corps after his grad- uation in June. Jim's favorite pastimes include working on cars and just gener- ally kidding around. To become someone people like is his ambition. MARILYN JEAN AUSTIN Concert Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Science Club 3, GRA 2, and the Ways and Means Committee 4 have taken up most of Marilyn's time. Physical Education will be her major when she enters San Diego State next fall. LARRY DEAN.AYRES Larry's first two years were spent at Oakdale High where he was very active in sports. His activities here included Spanish Club 3. Criminology will be Lar- ry's major at San Diego State following his high school graduation in June. DONNA MARIE BAILEY Donna's activities have been Y-Teens l, Ampollas 2,3, Library Club l,2,3, Nom. Conv. 3, Baccalaureate and Graduation Comm. 4, Class Council I,2. Her future plans include Los Angeles Airline College. GEORGE LEE BAILEY George's activities: Concert Choir 4, Foot- ball 2,3. Playing the accordion and read- ing rate highest on his list of favorite ways to spend sparejtime. He plans to major in science at S.D.S.C. DOUGLAS PAUL BARBER Concert Band 'l,2,3,4, Marching Band i,2,3,4, and Varsity Band i were some of Douglas' activities. His favorite pastime is speed boating. His hobby is working on speed boats. You can tell Douglas by his red curly hair. JUDITH ALYN BELA Judy' activities have included Big Sister Committee, Library Club, and Good Grooming Committee. Judy plans to go to San Diego State. Her ambition is to be- come a teacher. GEORGIA ELLEN BENSE Georgia's activities have included Girls' League Representative I, library assist- ant 2. Her favorite pastime is listening to the radio. Her favorite subjects are Photography and Crafts. JUDITH MARILYN BERRY Judi came to El Cajon from Point Loma High. Dancing and talking rote highest on her list of favorite ways to spend her spare time. Social Problems and Phys. Ed. were her most enjoyed subjects. PHILIP WILLIAM BIMER Phil's activities have been Cross Country ip Track ig J.V. Football 2, Varsity Foot- ball 4, Baseball 3,4. Playing baseball and football were listed as his favorite hobbies. SANDRA JEAN BALL Marston Conf. 3,45 SMOKE SIGNAL Ad Manager 4, C,S.F., Veep 3, Pres. 45 ASB. Veep 4, Senior Privilege Comm., G.R.A. 3, Election Board 4 were omong Sandie's activities while ot EI Cajon. ROSS GORDON BARBER Ross' activities were Concert Choir 'l,2,3, Manager 4, C.S.F. 2,3,4g Pres. of Science Club 3,4. Fishing and swimming take up much of his spare time. He plans to study Bio-Physics at San Diego State. PAUL M. BENEANTE Paul enjoys sleeping and watching tele- vision. His hobby are shooting, hiking, and reading. After graduation, he will go to San Diego J.C. and then join the Marine Corps and become a General. GEORGE WAYNE BERRY George lists hunting, fishing, raising pigeons, and mechanical drawing his favorite ways to spend time. His plans for the future include attending S.D.S.C. and later becoming an architect. TIMOTHY EDMUND BIGGERS You can always find Tim working on his car. After graduation, he plans to ot- tend San Diego Junior College and major in Auto Mechanics. His ambition, as you can guess, is to become a mechanic, WILLIAM JOHN BIRD Bill attended one other high school be- fore coming to EI Cajon High. He enjoys playing miniature golf. At the college of his choice he will major in math. His ambition is to be a pilot. 93 MAREN LEE BOGEN Maren was active in G.R.A. I, Sec. 2, Latin Club, Sec-Treas. 2, Y-Teens I,2,4, Bib Sister Comm. 2, Senior Dance and Assembly Comm, 4. She plans to attend San Diego State next fall. ROBERT H. BONNIN F.F.A. Judging, State Finals in Dairy, State Finals in Citrus were some activ- ities in which Bob has participated. Bob will attend college in Laramie, Wyoming, where he will major in Husbandry. CHARLOTTE A. BOSTROM Charlotte enjoys going to horse shows, gymkanas, and rodeos, Her hobbies are riding, hunting, and other outdoor sports. She is a .Iune graduate and plans to at- tend Arizona State. PRISCILLA ANN BOWN A.S.B. Comm. of Cul. Aff. 4, Class Sec. I, SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Feature Ed. 4, Nom. Con, i,2,3,4, Marston I,2,3,-4, Girls' League Rep. 2,3, Ampollas Pres. 3, Sev- arbs-Vecp 4, Student Council 3, Dance and Assembly Comm. 4. LARRY E. BOYSEN Larry's activities were School Service Comm. 2,3,4, Marston Conference 3,4, Track 3,4, Stuolent Gov't 4, Asst. Comm. of School Service 4. He plans to attend San Diego State. JEAN ANN BRATION Friendship Comm. I, Y-Teens Treas. I,2, Pom Pon 2,3, Lt. 4, Service Comm. 2, Marston Conf. 3,-4, Election Board 3, An- nual Staff 3,4, Nom. Conv. 2,3,4, were some of Jeannie's activities. LINDA FRANCES BOND Pom Pon 2, Student Council 3, Girls' League Social Committee 4 were some of Linda's high school activities. Her fav- orite pastimes include swimming and going to football games. CARL FRANCIS BORDENET Carl's aim in life is to be an accountant. His favorite subject is Merchandising. Carl's pet proverb is "Many receive acl- vice, few profit from it." He participated in Tennis i,2. PATRICIA ANNE BOWERS Bible Club I,2,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Alpine Tri-Hi-Y I were Patsy's activities. San Francisco State will get Patsy after she graduates from El Cajon. She plans to major in Nursing. ALICE MARIE BOYD Alice was active in Orchestra 'I,2, Y- Teens I, Bowling Club 3, Her ambition is to have a successful marriage. She likes doing anything as long as it's fun. Her favorite proverb is "Let my silence speak for me." MARY CATHERINE BRADY After graduation, Mercy Hospital will be Mary's next stop. There she will train to be a nurse. Working at the Foothills Nurs- ing Home is what Mary enjoys most. Mary is a June graduate. PATRICK EDWARD BRATTON Pete participated in the Band while at E.C.V.H.S. The subject he likes best is Concert Band. He intends to join the Marines. Swimming rates high on Pete's list of hobbies. CAROL ANN BRAWN Carol's activities: Marching Band i,2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Varsity Band 2,35 Orchestra 2,3,4, Junior Class Council 3, Archbearer 3, Senior Ways and Means Comm. She plans to study medicine at S.D.S.C. ROBERT VERNON BROCK Student Council, Ditch Day 4, Ways and Means 4 were some activities in which Bob has participated. He will attend University of San Diego where he will major in law. JUDITH ANN BROWN Judith came to us from Central High School in El Centro. Playing records and trying to play the piano takes up most of her time, To be a secretary is her am- bition. Bookkeeping is her favorite subject. ELAlNE BROWN Elaine is headed for a beauty college after graduation. Her ambition is to be a beautician. Listening to the radio and playing records rates high as Elaines fav- orite ways to spend time. MAUREEN PATRICIA BURNARD Maureen's activities have included Art Club 3,4, Girls' League 3,45 Arch Bearer 3. Going to Brigham Young University is in Maureen's plans for the future. There she will major in Art. AARILYN ANNELL BYRD Marilyn attended high school in Blythe where she participated in many activities. She plans to major in dramatics at U.S.C. in the fall. Her secret ambition is to be- come an actress. 1 it., -if 1 .Ji F- s. if MARION HELEN BRENNER Girls' League 2,3, Publicity Chairman 4, Art Club 3,4 were some of Marion's ac- tivities. San Diego .l.C. will receive Mar- ion next fall. There she will major in Art. Her desire is to be a dancer. BlLLlE FAE BROOKS Sleeping and going to Dobbs are Billie's favorite ways to spend her spare time. She is planning to attend Stephens Col- lege in Missouri to major in interior de- sign and business education. LARRY ALLEN BROWN Larry was a member of the Frosh foot- ball team and the Frosh basketball team as well as the Varsity football team 4, Photography was his favorite subject. Hunting is the hobby of this June grad- uate. LINDA LOU BUMGARNER Lynn's pet peeve is people who make rash judgement. Her hobbies are listen- ing to records and having conversations on the telephone. Her plans for the fu- ture include marriage or the Air Force. DIANNE ELIZABETH BURNHAM Pom Pon 45 Student Council 4, Election Board 4, Girls' League 3,4, Dance Comm. 4, Friendship Comm. 3, Library Assistant 4, Service Comm. 4 were some of Di's activities. Her plans include nurses train- ing at Mercy Hospital. CARMEN J. CALCIDISE Carmen enjoys watching football games, and he likes to play chess. For activity, Carmen plays tennis. The two favorite subjects of this June graduate's were Auto Shop ll and lll. RICHARD ALLEN CAMPBELL Football l,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Track l,2,4: Baseball I5 Varsity Club, Earls and Bowling Club 3 were some of Dick's activities. Working on his hotrod occupies much of his time. WILLIAM PAUL CARBONE BilI's favorite pastime is school and his hobby is reading. El Cajon Valley High was the only high school Bill attended. Social Problems was his most enjoyed subject. NANCIE JEANNE CARLSON Song Leader 45 Concert Choir l,2,3,45 El Cajon High Trio 3,45 Girls' League Social Comm5 and Verse Choir 4, were some of Nancie's activities while at El Cajon. Singing and eating take up much of her spare time. JAMES MICHAEL CARY Mickey's activities: F.F.A. i,2,3, Secre- tary 45 Sectional Pres. of F.F.A. 45 Stu- dent Council Rep. I. Playing the steel guitar and working on his truck take up his spare time, He plans to attend Cal- Poly. PAULINE BLANCHE CERNIUS PauIa's favorite pastime is horseback riding. Her hobby is raising animals. She attended Auburn High in Mass. and Kearny High in San Diego. She wants to major in Oftice Business at S.D.S.C. MARILYN RUTH CHARRON Marilyn spends much of her spare time watching television, dancing, or playing the guitar. Her future plans include at- tending San Diego .l.C. and traveling in the U.S. World History was her favorite subject. Rim KATHRYN cANroNi Rita is planning to go to Junior College to major in Business. The business courses at El Cajon were her favorite subjects. To be an airline stewardess is her secret ambition. CAROL LYNN CARDO Carol's activities included Y-Teens lp Good Grooming Comm. 3,45 Bowling Club 3,45 Arch Bearer 35 Concert Choir 45 and Prom Comm. 4. She enjoys play- ing the Steel Guitar. Her favorite pastime is bowling. ROXANNE ANITA CARLSON Soph. Class Sec.5 Leadership Conference 25 Verse Choir 4 were some of Roxanne's activities. Her major at S.D.S.C. will be education, although her ambition is modeling. EDWARD STANLEY CEIPLIS Eddie's favorite pastime is going to rodeos. His hobbies is hunting. During his four years at El Cajon Valley High School, he especially enjoyed Radio Shop. .IO ANN PAULINE CHANEY "Jo" enjoys swimming and skating. She was in Bible Club 3,4. Jo wants to at- tend a Business College and later be a secretary. While at El Cajon, her fav- orite subject was Photography. WILLIAM CHARLES CHRISTIANSEN Activities: Frosh Football, Varsity Football 3,42 Marston Conference 3,45 J.V. Base- bull li Varsity Baseball 2,3,45 Letter- mC1n's Club, Veep 35 J.V. Football 25 Nominating Convention 3,45 A.S.B. Comm. of Athletics 4. IMA JEAN COATES ANTHONY Col-IA JAMES MICHAEL CLINE "Mike" is especially fond of cars, as his favorite pastime, working on cars would imply. Mike attended El Cajon Valley High for four years. His favorite subject was Radio and Electric Shop. Jean attended Berkeley High and Gross- mont before coming to E.C.V.H.S. Her favorite pastimes, swimming, playing miniature golf, and tennis, would imply that she likes outdoor sports. Jean was in C.S.F. JACK A. COLOMBO Agriculture is Jack's field of interest. He plans to attend Lassen Junior College after graduation in June. He participated in the FFA in his junior year. ANDREW BOYD COOLEY Andy attended both Lincoln High School and El Cajon High during his four years at high school, Raising and showing dogs take up much of his time. U.S. History was his best liked subject. PHILIP J. CORNELIUS The U.S. Air Force will be the destination of this June graduate. Auto shop and P.E. have been the most enjoyable sub- jects for Phil. Hunting and working are his favorite pastimes. SALLIE KATHRYN COX Sallie spends much of her time with a certain someone. History was the favorite subject of this June graduate. She also enjoys listening to contemporary jazz. Sallie's ambition is to become a good wife. MARTHA ELLEN COAN Spanish Club l,3, C.S.F. 2,3,4, Arch- bearer 3, Smoke Signal 3, Managing Ed. 4, were "Shorty's" activities during her four years at El Cajon Valley High. She wants to attend college. Tony enjoyed Mechanical Drawing III while at E.C.H.V.S. He expresses the opinion that drafting is his special tal- ent. After graduation, Tony plans to at- tend San Diego State College. GEORGE E. CONTRERAS Being with friends and listening to rec- ords uses up much of George's time. He has attended El Cajon Valley High all four years of his high school career. His favorite subject was Woodshop. RICHARD LEE COOPER Mickey attended two different high schools before coming to El Cajon High. To become a doctor is the ambition of this June graduate. He will attend U.S.C. where he will major in math and Latin. COLLEEN CECELIA COTTER Colleen attended both Hoover and Gross- mont before coming to El Cajon. Sewing, going to the beach, and eating take up most of her time. Marriage is ColIeen's ambition. Her most enjoyed subject was History. ELIZABETH JEAN CRAMPTON Good Grooming Comm. 35 Service Comm. 45 Election Board 4, Student Council 3 were some of Betty's activities. Going to the beach and playing the piano take up some of Betty's spare time. GEORGE ROBERT CRETTON Activities: Cross Country 25 J.V. Football 3, Varsity Football 45 Wrestling 3,45 Marston Conference 3,45 Track 3,45 Let- terman's Club 354. Playing football and sleeping take up much of his time. SANDRA SHERRYN CURL Friendship Comm. Sec. lg Social Comm. Sec. 25 El Comm. Sec. 35 Girls' League Pres. 45 Arch Bearer 35 Marston Conf. 2,3,45 Nom. Conv. 2,35 Pom Pon Corps 2,35 Annual Staff 35 A.S.B. El. Comm. 45 Ditch Day Comm. 4. JIMMIE Bonn curens E.C.V.H.S. has been iust one of the many high schools that Jimmie has attended. In the fall, this June graduate would like to go to San Diego J.C. to study pre-med or something similar. HARRY G. DENISON F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Football T were Harry's activities. Working on his car is his favorite pastime. The most en- ioyed subjects of this June graduate were track and auto shop. RlCHARD WAYNE DE NURE Dick's activities included Bacculareate and Graduation Committee 45 Senior Class Treasurer, F.F.A. President 45 Senior Class Play 3. After graduation, Dick plans to attend San Diego State. SALLY ANN DlETRlCl-l Activities: Smoke Signal 35 Business Man- ager 45 Marston Conference 2,3545 Friend- ship Committee 2,35 Chairman 45 Nom- inating Convention 2,45 Senior Cards and Announcements 45 Girls' League Conv. 4. 98 ROBERT JAMES CUNDARI Senior Ditch Day Comm. and Red Cross Comm. were Bob's activities. After grad- Ugtion in June, he plans to go to San Diego J.C. and maior in Jet Mechanics. Auto Shop was his favorite subiect. JOHN WESLEY CURRIER Playing the guitar and watching TV takes up much of "Butch's" time. Los Angeles Pacific College will be the destination of this June graduate. To be an Air Force pilot is his ambition. RAYMOND JOSEPH DANNELLEY Joe has attended four high schools in- cluding El Caion. Here at E.C.V.H.S., he enjoyed chemistry most of all. Art is his special talent, He plans to major in engineering at San Diego State. JAMES LARRY DENSFORD Deny plans to attend an art college in Los Angeles after graduation in June. His ambition is to become an architect. Auto mechanics rates as Deny's hobby and art as his favorite subject. RONALD CHARLES DlCK Ron participated in Freshman Football5 J.V. Football 2,35 Varsity Football 45 Nominating Convention 35 Ways and Means Comm. 4. This June graduate listed Trig as his favorite subject. SHIRLEY ANN DONOHOE Shirley enioys miniature golfing and sew- ing. Her favorite subiects during her four years at El Caion were History and Pho- tography. Her activities included Soph- omore Y-Teens. JUDY ANNE DOOLIN Judy was an active member of the Girls' League Social Comm. and the Dance and Assembly Comm. in her senior year. After graduation in June, this senior plans to attend San Diego J,C. FRANK KAPPELMAN DRISKELL Frank attended Garfield High in Virginia and Crawford High in San Diego before coming to El Cajon. Here, he has been a member of the Concert Band and Marching Band in his senior year. CAROL ANN DWYER LEGEND STAFF 3, Ad Manager 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 3, First-page Ed. 4, Y-Teens 'I, Ampollas 2,37 Sevarbs 4, Nom. Conv. 3,4, Leadership Conf. 2, Library Asst. I,2,3p Quill and Scroll 4, Baccalaureate and Commencement 4. ROGER PENGELLY ELLIS San Diego State is Rogefs destination. His major will be Art. Working on cars and dreaming up wild customs is Roger's pastime. His ambition is to become Ford's chief designer. JOSEPH AUSTIN EMMONS Frosh football and Varsity football 3,4 were Joe's activities at El Cajon. After graduation in June, Joe's secret ambition is to retire on one thousand dollars a week. GALE ELEANOR EVANS Concert Choir I,2,3,4, G.R.A. 'l,2,3,4, have been Gale's activities while at E,C.V.H.S. Her future plans include at- tending San Diego State and majoring in Physical Education. SHARON PATRICIA DOWDALL Sharon's ambition is to be an l.B.M. operator. She plans to attend an l.B.M. school after her graduation in June. Go- ing to auto races and auto shows takes up some of Sharon's spare time. KATHRYN MARY DUKETT Kathy plans to become an NCR oper- ator after graduation in June. Photog- raohy rated high on her list of favorite subjects while attending El Cajon. To live in Hollywood is Kathy's secret am- bition. CHARLOTTE ANN DYER Charlotte likes to do almost anything but especially dating a certain someone and bowling. While at El Cajon Valley High, Civics class was her favorite subject. DONNA FAYE ELMS Ticket Squad 2, Big Sister Comm. 3, Good Grooming Comm. 3g have been Donna's activities. Her plans include at- tending a business college. English was this girl's favorite subject. GAIL ANN ESCHWEILER Gay is planning on becoming a tele- phone operator after her graduation in June. Her favorite subject while at El Cajon was Senior Homemaking. Working is one of Gay's favorite pastimes. EDWARD CLARENCE EWERT, JR. San Diego State is Eddie's destination after graduation, and Business Admin- istration will be his major. While at EI Cajon, Eddie liked History class and par- ticipated in Wrestling 2,3. 99 JAMES FIELDS Jimmie has gone to EI Cajon Valley High School all four of his high school years. He spends his spare time working on motorcycles. His favorite subject is Agri- culture. He will graduate in June. ALICE POINDEXTER FISHER Latin Club 2,35 Girls' State Del. 35 Mars- ton Conf. 2,3,45 C.S.F. 3,45 Marching Band 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,41 l'lOmeCOming Queen Att. 45 Dance and Assem. 3,45 Girls' League Friend Comm. 35 Sr. Dance Comm. 4. NANCY ELLEN FLEMING Y-Teens I5 Science Club 2 were Nancy's activities while at El Caion High. During her spare time she can be found playing tennis or reading. She plans to go either to J.C. or Business College. JAMES MATTHEW FOLSOM James was an active member of the Senior Privilege Committee. After grad- uation in June, he hopes to attend San Diego State. History and Social Prob- lems were his favorite subiects. JERRY LYNN FOSHEE Listening to good music rates high on Jerry's list of pastimes. His hobby is studying electronics. Jerry will head for the University of Southern California where he will major in electronics. WILLIAM EDWIN FOSTER Bill's favorite subiect was Auto Shop. San Diego Jr. College will get this Brave after graduation. You can always find Bill working on his car when he has any spare time. 14, 'TWV ,gp-av QF" .-.bps 'P Ni wid 3' NQHHS JOHN E. FISHBURN To ioin the Navy and see the world is .Iohn's secret ambition. He spends his spare time eating and riding motor. cycles. His special talent is being a shadetree mechanic. RICHARD WILLIAM FISHER Dick's activities: Choir 2,35 Caps and Gowns 45 Ways and Means 4, During his spare time, you can always find him either playing basketball or swimming. He plans to attend J.C. and major in Business. JEFFREY LEE FLIPPEN .Ieff's activities have included Cross Coun- try 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4. When he is not listening to the radio, he is talking on the telephone. The college of his choice is Santa Ana J.C. MICHAEL VERNON FORSBERG "Pancho," as he is called by his friends, participated in Science Club i,2,3,45 Sophomore Football5 CSF. After grad- uation he plans to attend Air Force Academy, M.I.T. and major in Physics. BARBARA ANN FOSTER Latin Club 25 Science Club 2, Treasurer 35 Leadership Conf. 2, and Arch Bearer 3 kept Barb busy. Her future plans in- clude attending U.S.C. as a pharmacy maior. Trig was Barb's favorite subiect. NANCI JEAN FOX Flag Corps 3,45 Friendship Comm. 2: Verse Choir5 Jr. Y-Teens5 Dance and As- sembly Comm. 45 Student Council 2: and in cast of "Twelve Angry Women" were some of Nanci's activities. ELIZABETH EUNICE FRANKLIN Betsy participated in Horizon Club I,2,3, 4, Treas. 2,4, Girls' League I,2,3,4, Library Asst. 2,3,4, Future Teachers 2,3, School Service Comm. 2. She hopes to attend Park College. BARBARA ANN FRY "Barb" came to us from San Diego High School this year. She enioys sailing and swimming during her spare time, After her graduation in June, she plans to attend S.D. State and maior in Education. RONALD SPENCER GEDNEY Listening to music, collecting records and old radios takes up much at Ron's time. This June graduate is undecided as to his college plans. Ron participated in Military Science I,2,3. JULIA EVELYN GETZ Homecoming Princess 4, Asst. Comm. of Public Rel. 4, Cards and Ann 4, Arch Bearer 3, El Bd. 4, Girls' League Pub. 3, Art Club, Sec. 3, Sp. Club 3, Marston Cont. l,2,3, C.S.F. 2, Flag Corps 4, Ban- ner Girl 2,3,4, Nom. Conv. I,3. BRIAN I. GILBREATI-I Brian was in Marching Band I,2, He plans to attend San Diego Junior Col- lege as a start toward becoming an archi- tect. Mechanical drawing and auto shop were his most enjoyed subjects. PATRICIA ANN GILE Ticket Squad 3,4, Dance and Assembly 3, Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Verse Choir 4, Span- ish Club 2, A.S.B. Play 3,4, Girls' League I,2,3,4, were Pat's activities. Drama and Social Problems were her two favorite subjects, DAVID NEIL EPEYMILLER Neil plans to rnaior in dentistry next tall. His ambition is to be an orthodon- tist. Neil liked his senior English class while at El Caion. He also played Fresh- m3niFoo'ball here. DAVE ROLAND GAERIN Frosh Football, Track I,2, Wrestling 4: Chairman of Ways and Means Comm. 4. Swimming and enioying the out-door lite take up much ot Dave's spare time. He wants to attend S.D.J.C. and then S.D.S.C. MARY ELIZABETH GERACI Mary was an active member ot the Dol- phinettes Hi-Y I, Girls' League Friendship Comm. 2. Collecting good rhythm and blues records is her hobby. Clerical Of- fice Practice was the favorite subiect. PAULINE LUCILLE GIBBONS Girls' League Service Comm. 'l, Publicity 2, Election Board 3,4, Good Grooming Comm. 4, Student Council 3, Journalism 3, Senior Ways and Means Comm. have kept Pauline busy here at E.C.V.H.S. CARA .IEANNE GILDEA G.R.A. I,2, Girls' League Friendship Comm. 2 have been Cara's activities. Skating, swimming and sewing take up any of her spare time. To be an airline stewardess is this senior's secret am- bition. BARBARA DAIQLENE GILES Barbara's activities, Girls' League Big Sister Comm. 4, Friendship Comm. 4, Girls' League Rep. 4, Ticket Squad 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Senior Dance and As- sembly Comm. Dancing and boating are her hobbies. MALEN .IUDITH GILLARD . G.R.A. 1,25 and Ticket Squad'were Judy's activities at EI Cajon. She had attended El Cajon for the four years of her high school career. Judy spends much of her time skating and dancing. SHARON LEE GLENDENNING Sherry's activities were Future Nurse's Club 2,3,4, Girls' League Friendship Comm. 2, Girls' League Big Sister Comm. 3,4. English and Math were her most enjoyed subjects. ELLEN CAROL GALOWAY Ellen's activities included Concert Choir 2,3,-4, Girls' League Big Sister Com. 37 Future Nurse's Club 3,45 Bible Club 3,4. To become a nurse is her ambition. Ellen enjoys teaching at church. EDWIN JOHN GOODWATER Eddy's two favorite subjects were his- tory and mechanical drawing. He at- tended El Cajon High all four years of his high school career. San Diego State College is the destination of this June graduate. LYNN GEORGE GREF C.S.F. 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, March- ing Band 3,4, Science Club 2,35 Senior Ways and Means Comm., Varsity Band 3,47 Latin Club 4 were Linus' activities. He plans to attend U.C.R. to major in math. YONA ALICE GRIZZLE Yona tells us that besides doing her studies, she enjoys listening to the radio and eating. The ambition of this June graduate is to get married. Her outstand- ing characteristic is her tallness. 507 any T5 .sf-rt I 7 t '-wx il far 'IV' 1 Y GREGORY ELLIOT GIULIANI Hunting, fishing and raising animals uses up much of Greg's time. He was very active in F.F.A. as he was on the Livestock and Dairy teams, state final judging and others. Also, he was Usher 3. NAOMI GOFF "Omens" spends her spare time listen- ing to music and cooking. She attended Poughkeppsie 'High in Arkansas before coming to EI Cajon High. Her ambition is to become a secretary or a housewife. SHARON GOLAWAY Choir I,2,3,4, and Girls' League Big Sis- ter Committee 2, were Sharon's activ- ities. After graduation in August, she plans to attend the San Diego School of Beauty to become a beauty operator. BARTON VINCENT GOULET Bart was a member of the E.C.V.H.S F.F. A. Spends much of his time doing drafting or studying astronomy. Like many other seniors, Bart has attended El Cajon all four years of high school. CHARLES G. GRILL Charles was active in F.F.A. while at EI Cajon. Agriculture was his favorite sub- ject. After graduating, he plans to at- tend Cal Poly. His future plans also in- clude running a large cattle ranch. MARY LOUISE GROSS Mary Lou spends much of her time mak- ing her own school clothes and paint- ing. She came to El Cajon from Gross- mont. It is a possibility that Mary LOU will attend a business college. WILLIAM DWAlN GUSTAFSON Gus participated in F.F.A. while he at- tended El Cajon High. He spends much of his time raising plants, hunting, and mounting animals and birds. After grade uation, Gus plans to attend S.D.J.C. GLENN ALLEN HAMBRIC Glenn participated on the J.V. Baseball team 2. He enjoys skin-diving, Auto shop was the favorite subject. To be o Navy frogman and auto mechanics are in- cluded in his future plans. BARBARA NELL HANCOCK Bobbi came to us from Kearny in Linda Vista. While at El Cajon, she was active on the Cards and Announcement Comm. 4. In any spare time, she enjoys skating and collecting records. CAROL ANN HANNASCH Concert Choir 1,25 Y-Teens 3, Girls' League Publicity 3 were Carol's activities. She enjoys skating. Drama was her tav- orite subject. She plans a possible future career as a Dental Assistant. HARRY LEE HARNESS San Diego State is Harry's destination next fall. He intends to major in Civil Engineering. This June graduate's tav- orite subjects were math and gym. Harry also likes working on his truck. ALAN RAY HARSHBERGER Alon participated in Cross Country 2,45 Leadership Conference 3, Student Govern- ment 4, Dance and Assembly 4: and Sen- ior Privileges Comm. He enjoys hunting and skinediving. 71 P x 232 'Nj E17 fi'- we 'CJ' 1' Q-Q., 421' lil 'G Q-n 195 'T'--ya MlCHAEL HUGH GUTHRIE Eating, drawing, and cars take up much ot Mike's time. Art was the most enjoyed subject of this June graduate. He has at- tended Sweetwater High as well as El Cajon. Mike participated in Varsity foot- ball. ROCKNE ROBERT HAMILTON Rocky's activities: Marching Band 'l,2,3, 4, Concert Band l,2,3,4g and Varsity Band 2,3,4. He hasn't decided which col- lege he will attend. Working on his cor takes up much ot his spare time. HELEN HAZEL HANCOCK Hazel's activities included C.S.F. 'l,2,3,4p Ways and Means Comm. 4, F.T.A. 1,27 Arch Bearer 3, San Diego State will re- ceive her as a major in Education next tall. BETTY JEANE HARLOW Bet'ty's activities at El Cajon were G.R.A. l,2, Good Grooming 3,45 Smoke Signal 3, Photo Editor 4, Pom Pon 3,45 Quill and Scroll 47 Dance and Assembly 4, and Senior Play 4. LARRY EVERETT HARPER Larry tells us that before coming to El Cajon High tor his senior year, he at- tended Roosevelt High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, during his sophomore and junior years. He plans to graduate in June. JUDITH ANN HARSHBERC-PER While ot El Cajon, Judy was active in Band l,2,3,4. Swimming and photography rate high on her list ot favorites. To be a swimmer or a missionary is this June graduate's ambition. 4 MICHAEL COLYN HARTMAN Mike participated in Wrestling, Concert Band, and Marching Band. He will attend San Diego State and U.C.L.A. to major in pre-medicine. Chemistry, fishing, and playing the trombone are favorite hobbies AUDLEY JEAN HATTON Audley was a member of the Commence- ment and Baccalaureate Comm. in her senior year. She plans to attend a college in Chicago and major in Interior Decor- ating and Fashion Design. ROGER WAYNE HELLING San Diego State will receive Roger as a major in science next year. He enjoys working on cars and coin collecting as his hobbies. His ambition is to collect enough coins to become a millionaire. KATHRYN LOUISE HERLEVIC Kitty participated in the Big Sister Comm. while at El Cajon. Secretarial office proc- tice was the favorite subject. Other fav- orites include going to the beach. To be a secretary is her ambition. WAYNE RICHARD HEYDEN Rocky, as he is called by his friends, en- joys driving his car. During his four years at E.C.V.H.S., Wayne's favorite subjects have been English, history, and auto shop. JIMMY GLENN HOUK Jimmy's activities were Football 'l,2,3.. Going to parties, driving, and working on cars rate highest on his list of ways to spend spare time. Auto shop was his most enjoyed subject. P '-H Qu-gf ,Jax WX -04 -Mr P2 "mv, an-"" tri' -117' for know ii?- if YET? WILLIAM HARTSIJYKER, JR. Bill participated in F.F.A. l,2,3,4. Future plans include attending a junior college and majoring in agriculture. Bill enjoys working with and showing livestock. Ag. and farmshop were his favorite subjects. HELEN ANN HEIDA HeIen's activities included Girls' League Social Comm. 3, Election Board 3. Her outstanding physical characteristic is her naturally curly, strawberry blond hair. Her favorite subject was Clerical Office Practice. ALTON WAYNE HENTON San Diego State is Alton's destination. His major will be criminology. Activities included Frosh Basketball, Track I, Mili- tary Science 2,3,4. Alton enjoys listening to Hi-Fi, bowling, and water skiing. KAREN DIANA HEYDEN San Diego Junior College is Karen's des- tination after graduation. She plans to take a business course. The ambition of this June graduate is to get a job in which she'll haveqto travel. LETA LOUISE HOOPER Sunny came to us from Helix. Here at E.C.V.H.S. she has been a member of the Girls' League Social Comm. 4, and Stu- dent Council. She plans to attend the University of Arizona. JOHN THEODORE HOULL John attended Hoover High before coming to El Cajon. He enjoys working with Hi- Fi. Social problems was the favorite sub- ject of this June graduate. To become a millionaire is his secret ambition. ALAN EVERETT HOUSE This former Mar Vista student will attend Palomar Junior College and major in agriculture. Al's hobbies are meteorology and sports. Agriculture rated high as his favorite subject. FRANCES ANN HOWARD SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Circulation Manager 4 took up a lot of Fran's time. As you might guess, journalism was her favorite sub- ject. Listening to jazz is another one of her favorites. FRANK STEVEN HOWARTH Being on our Track team for the last three years has been Frank's activity here. San Diego State will receive him as a major in chemical engineering. His favorite sub- ject was-chemistry. EDWIN JACKSON HUDSON .lack participated in Cross Country 3,47 Wrestling 3,4 while at El Cajon. Future plans center around U.S.C. or U.C.L.A. after graduation in June, with a possible major in Education. I KATHLEEN MERRILYN HUFFMAN Kathy's activities included Concert Choir l,2,3,4, Pom Pon 3, Lt. 4. She has sev- eral ambitions: to become a professional model, be in the theater, and later a homemaker. ROGER FLOYD HUNT Soph. Veep, Junior Class Pres. 3, Marston Conf. 2 were Roger's activities. Bowling takes up much of his spare time. After graduation, he may attend San Diego J.C. to study drafting. lin' 1?- 44 .Ii hiv' Q-ni 5 'yur ll 'Ni ,fri 34 w1zf.,,.. 4 -!y4...:,..f42 f v- 1' e-of ROBERT E. HOUSMAN Bob participated in Freshman Football. Trig and Physics were his favorite sub- jects while at El Cajon. Future plans may include Arizona State and a major in En- gneering. ROBERT DWYNELL HOWARD Bob participated in Concert and March- ing Band for four years and in Varsity Band for two years. His special talent is playing the trumpet. He plans to major in electronics at San Diego State. LARRY DEANE HOWELL Larry will become a major in diesel en- gineering at Riverside Junior College. He plans to become an engineer. Larry takes pleasure in working on cars and playing tennis. ELNA GENE HUDSON Elna participated in Girls' League and the Sophomore Y-Teens at El Cajon. "Tiny" enjoys collecting records and spending her pay check. This June grad- uate plans to become a dental assistant. FREDERICK EARL HUMPHREY Fred was a member of Military Science during his junior and senior years. Lis- tening to the radio takes up some of his spare time. He plans to major in Math at San Diego State. HELEN JOYCE HURN Helen attended Hoover High in San Diego before coming to El Cajon. Listen- ing to the radio and eating use up any of her spare time. Her future plans in- clude being a model and marriage. JESS W. ICE This June graduate plans to be a mech- anical draftsman, Jess has spent all four years of high school at El Cajon High. While here, his favorite subject has been mechanical drawing. BRUCE WILLIAM ISAACSEN During his spare time, Bruce enjoys being a beach bum and taking pictures of things on the beach. After graduation, his plans include San Diego State College, where he will major in psychology. MARY CELESTE JUAREGUI When she wasn't doing her studies, Celeste would be busy taking part in Freshman Class Treas... Y-Teens I,2,3, Concert Choir l,2,3,-4, Pom Pon 4, C.S.F. 3, Leadership Conf. i,3, Arch Bearer 3. DORIS JENEAN JESPERSON Neanie, as she is called by her friends, was active in Concert Choir I,2,3,4. She enjoys reading and singing. She will attend Brigham Young University and major in Applied Vocal. DANIEL HOWARD JONES Dan's activities have included Concert Band 2,3,4, Marching Band 3,4, Pep Band 4, Band Staff 4. After graduation in June, he intends to enter the Air Force Academy. He will major in physics and math. CAROLYN KAY JONES Jonesy, as she is known around campus, spends most of her spare time sleeping. Her future includes attending San Diego State College and becoming a beauti- cian. This senior is a June graduate. asus, W' -we "'t!!iW is .1 fd -4'-2:1 W---9' .4-.usdi 4-an PATRICIA GAY IRETON While Pat is not sewing, she spends her spare time with her boyfriend. After grad. uation in June, her ambition is to be a good wife. Pat's activities have included Girls' Glee 2,3, Mixed Choir 4, LUANNE ELIZABETH JACKSON Girls' League Publications Comm., Stu- dent Council, Senior Ditch Day Comm. "Lulu" enjoys eating dill pickles and drinking Pepsi Colas. Her ambition is to be a Navy nurse on a ship. RICHARD LEE JEFFERS Latin Club, Veep 3, Dance and Assembly 4, Election Board 4, Student Gov't. 4, Sr. Dance Committee Chairman, Senior Coun- cil were Dick's activities. He plans to at- tend S.D.S.C. LEE JOHNSON The future plans of Lee include joining the service. To live in Hawaii for a while is his secret ambition. His pastimes are listening to records and going out. Track Manager 2,3. JUDITH LYNN JONES Bowling Team 4 was Judy's activity. Before coming to E.C.V.H.S. Judy lived in Saudia Arabia for seven years. When Judy isn't bowling, she is watching TV. She plans to attend San Diego J.C. STEPHEN EARL JORGENSON Steve has participated in Cross Country 'I,2,3, Track 2,3,4, Leadership Conference 3, Cheerleader 4. Steve intends to major in commercial art at Brigham Young Uni- versity. He enjoys pole vaulting. SHARON DIANE JUDY Leadership Conf. 35 Archbearer 35 Nom. Con. 35 School Ser. Ref. Comm, 15 Dance and Assem. 45 Jr. Bowling Veep 35 Girls' League Good Grom. Comm. 3, Chm. 45 Flag Corps 45 Y-Teens 35 Sr. Class Dance and Assem. 4. SERECHO ROSE KELLEY Dancing, swimming, bowling, and skat- ing rate high on Pat's list of pastimes. Pat will major in General Education at San Diego State. Her life ambition is to be a model. CHARLES BROWN KITCHELL Chuck was an active member of the Sen- ior Ways and Means Comm. and Science Club 2 here at EI Cajon. After graduation in June, he plans to major in physics or engineering at San Diego State. DAVID CLETUS KRAMER Marching Band 2,3,45 and Concert Band 3,4 took up most of Dave's time while at E,C.V.H.S, Next fall he will enter Carnegie Institute of Technology where he will major in Architecture. JUDITH ANN LEVIS Before coming to E.C.V.H,S., Judi attend- ed two other high schools. Reading and skin-diving take up much of her time. Her future plans include attending SD.- J.C. and being a private secretary. OLGA MARY LOPEZ Like many seniors this year, Olga has attended E.C.V.H.S. since it opened. This June graduate spends some of her spare time dancing, driving, and collecting old, good rhythm and blues records. 'FE' ti inn' 'ti 'il 4.4 vf4.,s -49 TE? LUCY B. KELLEY Lucy came to us from Point Loma High. She enjoys dancing and eating when she isnt doing housework, She plans to join the Women's Air Force. She enjoys Art and Health Ed. CLARENCE PAUL KERR Buddy was active in track, football and wrestling at St. Augustine, just as he was at EI Cajon. Here he was a member of the Varsity football team. He plans to attend San Diego J.C. KENNETH LEE KNAPP When not hunting or fishing, he is work- ing on his rifles, trying to improve their shooting range, To own a cattle ranch is his dream. His favorite subject is Radio and Electric. JUDITH ARLENE LANDRY Orchestra I5 G.R.A. l,25 Science Club 3, Sec. 45 Student Gov't. 45 C.S.F. 2,3,45 Jr. Council 35 Senior Prom Comm. Chairman 45 Election Board 45 Senior Class Council were Arlene's activities. HANSCENA MARIE LIPIS Hanscena attended Abraham Lincoln High in San Diego. She takes pleasure in col- lecting letters from Germany, writing to Holland, and swimming. CHRISTOPHER E. LOWE Swimming, golfing, and riding horses rates high on Chris' list of favorite ways to spend his spare time. Concert Choir and wrestling were some of his activ- ities. He graduated in January. JAMES HENRY LOWRANCE Tex participated in Track during his iun- ior year. He spends much time skin div- ing. After graduation, he plans to attend San Diego State College in order to be- come a civil engineer. ELAINE CALVIN LUKER Elaine attended Globe High and Miami High in Arizona before coming to EI Caion. She spends much of her time housekeeping, dancing, and skating. To be a legal secretary is her ambition. JAMES COLLIER McCARTHY Jim's favorite pastime is electronics. His future includes being an electronics en- gineer and making a career of the Air Force, While at El Caion High, Jim has enioyed math and electronics. PATRICIA ANN MCELROY This June graduate likes to spend her spare time writing letters and working. While at El Caion High, her favorite sub- iect was home economics. She plans to get married. MARVIN MCGREGOR Marvin participated in F.F.A. Agriculture was his most enioyed subject. His future plans include becoming a stunt man. Much of his time is spent riding horses in rodeos. LESLIE PRICE MCKINZIE Leslie participated in orchestra and Mili- tary Science. Listening to music and play- ing the piano and guitar are pastimes which he enioys. He is undecided as to his college plans. 'fifty -xSP if-Ap "Q" 'NJ SQ 'Z 'fshfn 1 'of Tw? Q'P"f" 'bm '73 ss its-r THEODORE DREXEL LUCAS Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band l,2,3, C.S,F. 3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,4, Varsity Band 1,2,3. Composing music is a special talent of Ted's He plans to major in music at San Diego State. JAMES HAMILTON MCALLISTER This dark-haired, blue-eyed June grad- uate enioys going to cock fights and working with horses. Next fall he ex- pects to maior in law at the University of Georgia. MICHAEL DENNIS MCCORMICK Mac's activities included Frosh Football I, J.V. Football 1,35 C Track Ig Cross Country 2. Algebra was his favorite sub- Iect. San Diego State College is his des- tination. KATHARINE SUE MCELWAIN Kate's activities included Bible Club 'Ip Concert Orchestra 2,3,4, Marching Band 3,4, Concert Choir 'Ig Ways and Means Comm. 4, She plans to attend San Diego State to become an elementary school teacher. ARDATH VIRGINIA MCHONE "Ginger" finds pleasure in dancing and football games. She plans to be a danc- ing teacher. Ginger is known by her long, blonde hair. She participated in Art Club. CHARLES KENNETH MCLEOD Chuck is headed for State College neXT fall. His ambition is to be a civil en- gineer. Chuck likes to work on cars in his spare time. Auto shop was the class he most enioyed here. RICHARD CHARLES MCLEOD Cars and sports rate high on Dick's list of favorite ways to spend his spare time. Convair will be the destination of this senior. His best liked subiect was Civics. MARILYN JEANNE MAHEU Marilyn attended San Diego High and Grossmont before coming to El Caion. C.S.F. and Spanish Club were her ac- tivities. She spends her spare time lis- tening to records, eating, and painting. LOUANNA RAE MARSHALL Before coming to El Caion, Louanna at- tended Helix High School. After grad- uation in June, her destination will be San Diego State. Her maior will be sec- retarial work. DONNA LEE MARTIN Student Council 1,25 Future Teachers 37 A.S.B. 45 Future Nurses 3, Girls' League El. Comm. 2, Concert Band I,2,3,4, March. Band I,2,3,1-1, Band Staff: Marston Conf. 2,3,45 Girls' League Big Sister Comm. WILLIAM ALLAN MARTIN Bill's activities have included LEGEND STAFF 3. He can frequently be found working on cars. Next fall he will enter San Diego State where his major will be engineering. ROBERT FRANKLIN MATHEWS Bob's activities were football 1,25 Basket- ball I, Track Ig Wrestling 2. Dating and reading take up much of his spare time. The favorite subiect of this particular senior was photography. Q-vqp .Q ,,. ae' 79g 'tl 1111 5 mv df' IES 411 X X Q .. cl'CZ7" 'ur-pf 'C' "Haw Go'X mi SANDRA LEE McNlNCH Sandy enjoys listening to good music. Bookkeeping was her favorite subiect while at El Caion Valley High School. She plans to become an I.B.M. operator. DAVID DANIEL MARQUEZ Dave was a member of the N.C.O. Club 2, Ways and Means Comm. 4. He spends his spare time watching football on tele- vision. He expects to ioin the Marine Corps after his graduation. ADELINE MARIE MARTIN Addy's activities were Pom Pon 2, G.R.A. 2. She takes pleasure in collecting and listening to records. Like many seniors this year, Addy has attended E.C.V.H.S. all four years. GERALD EDWARD MARTIN Gerry's activities included Marching Band l,2,3,4. Like many seniors this year, he has attended E.C.V.H.S since it opened four years ago. MARTIN CLAIR MASON Martin wants to attend Fort Lewis in Colorado to study Forestry in preparation to becoming a Forest Ranger, He enjoys swimming, classical music, playing the accordion, and math class. ROY KEITH MATTOX Roy was a member of the Varsity Tennis Team while at El Caion High. He plans to go to Pepperdine College in Los An- geles to maior in English. His special talent is woodworking. LEWIS MARINER MAUDSLEY Lewis's activities have included C.S.F., Verse Choir, Concert Choir, He wants to go to college, but is uncertain as to which one. He enjoys participating in ac- tivities at his church. .IEANETTE KAY MERCER Concert Choir i,2, Treas. 3,4, Pom Pon 2,3, Lt. 4, Student Council Representative were Jeanette's activities at El Cajon. Secretarial Office work was her favorite subject. PETER PAUL MEZA, JR. If Pete isn't working on cars, you will find him playing the trombone. March- ing Band I,2,3,4, Cadet Band I, Con- cert Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 4 were his activities at El Cajon Valley High. ROY DAVID MEZA Marching Band I,2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Track I, Varsity Band 3,4, were some of the activities in which Roy par- ticipated. After graduation, he plans to go to J.C. or join the Air Force. JERRY L. MILLSAP Jerry enjoys working on guns, hunting, and skin diving. His most enjoyed sub- ject was photography. He believes that if you "do something right in the begin- ning, it will be right in the end." ELAINE LEE MOLSBERRY Songleader 4, Verse Choir 4, Girls' League Soc. Comm. 3,4, Marston Conf. I,3,4, Archbearer 3, Nom. Con. 3,4, Ampollas I,2,3,4, Veep 4, Sp. Club 3, Frosh Veep, Treas. of Soph. Class, C.S.F. I, Prom Comm. 4. IlO SS' 3' ..-1 1 '00 M, 'C' ,,,,. 7T"'Y ff YP"1'! r.l . ,f 40-5 Why .gasolin- N-if .gnu- f wif: Ni' tin: .1 . ,kgs-A . x I-0' 11,339 -in 'css DONALD LEROY MELVIN Don formerly went to school in Nevada. This January graduate's future voca- tion is being a policeman. While at E.C.V.H.S., his favorite subject was radio. He was active in Radio Club. JACK ROGER MERRILL Jack's activities were F.F.A. i,2,3,4, Military Science 2,3. He plans to attend Cal Poly where he will major in farm management. He enjoyed his English and agriculture classes. ROSEMARIE MEZA Rosa was active on Good Grooming Com- mittee 4. Her favorite subject was Clerical Off. Practice. She enjoys going to dances, listening to records, and collecting Rhythm and Blues records. DONALD CHARLES MILLER Don came to El Cajon High from Detroit, Michigan. He has enjoyed the subjects of science and history. He has arranged his studies so that he may graduate in January. WILLIAM THOMAS MITROVICH Before coming to E.C.V.H.S., Bill attended Grossmont and Mt. Miguel. While at El Cajon, he was a member of Letterman's Club 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Bible Club 4, Varsity Football 4. THOMAS EDWARD MOORE Sports and studying the weather rate high on Tom's list of ways to spend spare time. His future plans include the Air Force. During his high school years, his favorite subject was Drama. WAYNE ORVAL MORRIS Track I,2,3,4, Letterman's Club 2,3, Pres. 4, C.S.F. 'l,2,4, Leadership Conference 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3, Usher at Bacca- laureate were Wayne's activities. He plans to attend U.C.L.A. to major in Math- ematics. VIVIAN CALENE MUDER This blonde maiden plans to be married after graduation. She enioyed civics more than any of her other subiects. She at- tended two other high schools before coming to El Cajon. JOHN JOSEPH MURILLO John can be found working on cars or playing the trumpet. During his four years at El Caion High, he participated in Marching Band 'l,2,3,4, Concert Band 'l,2,3,4, and Varsity Band 2,3,4. JOYCE MARTHA MURRAY Dancing, listening to and buying records are on the top of Joyce's favorite ways to spend her spare time. To be a good secretary is her secret ambition. History was her favorite subiect. JULIA IRENE NEWHAN Dancing and going to rodeos takes up much of Julia's spare time. World His- tory was her favorite subiect. Her hob- bies include riding horseback and show- ing dogs. CHRISTINE DIANA NORDENSON Marston Conf. 2,3,4, Nom. Conv. 3,4, El Bd. 4, Marching Band 3,4, Sr. 'Dance and Assembly, A.S.B. Comm. of Finance 4, C.S.F. I,2, Archbearer 3, Jr. Class Treas., A.S.B. Play 2, Concert Choir 2. GARRY STEWART MOSE Garry participated in Football I, Track 2,3,4, Art Club 4. Sprinting and work- ing on sport cars takes up much of his spare time. Art was his favorite subiect. He may attend J.C. JOAN ARLENE MUELLER Y-Teens I,2,3, Student Council, Senior Dance Comm. 4, were Joan's activities. The Beauty College of San Francisco will be her destination. She enjoys dancing and water skiing. DANIEL ARTHUR MURPHY Going to horse shows and riding horse- back uses up all of Danny's spare time. He participated in Track I,2,3,4. He was also a member of El Caion's F.F.A. in which he iudged Horticulture. TERRENCE MYRON NEPHEW Terry's favorite subiects were Auto Shop and P.E. He plans to become a mechanic machinist, His hobby is taking cars apart and putting them back together again. THOMAS EDMUND NOLTE This June graduate's favorite subjects were Drama and Speech. His ambition is to go to drama school. Tom believes that money is the root of all evil, but try to live withouf it. SANDRA ELLEN NORRIS Sandy was very active in Y-Teens 2,3,4, Pom Pon 3,4, Leadership Conference .2, 3,4, Election Board 2,47 Friendship Comm. C.S.F. 2. 4, Cap and Gown Comm. Chairman 4, FRANK E. NORTHCUTT Nutcher's activities were Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3, Capt. 4, Track I,2,3,4, Football I. He would like to go to Santa Ana J.C. and then to U.C.L.A. and plans to be a coach. DONNIE NEIL OLESON Don's time has been taken up by Choir and Cheerleader 4. He says collecting old books and reading them is his favorite pastime. San Diego J.C. will be Don's destination. JOANN ELAINE ORENDURFF Jo, as her friends call her, participated in Y-Teens, 1,2 while attending E.C.V.H.S. She will head for San Diego J.C. for a maior in Business. She enioys reading and sewing. CHARLES TAYLOR OSTERMEYER Chuck's activities included Cross Country manager 2, Basketball manager 2, Track manager 27 Usher at graduation 3, SMOKE SIGNALS 3, Sports Editor 4, Marching Band 3, Concert Band 2,3. JAMES REX PALMER Buddy attended both Grossmont and Helix betore coming to El Caion High. Going to rodeos and horseshows rate highest on his list of favorite pastimes. He was a member of F.F.A. here at E.C.V.l'l.S. DOROTHY ANN PATON D. Ann participated in Concert Choir, Songleader 4, Director of A.S.B. play 3, Senior play 3, School Play sponsored by the SMOKE SIGNAL 4. S.D.S.C. is the college she plans to attend. ll2 'tl , J' ' 'U 'Wm ......,, 'R N8 49" Www: MARGARET ELLEN OBEE Bible Club 2 was one of Margaret's ae. tivities, Going to rodeos and listening to records rate high on Margaret's list of pastimes. Her ambition in life is to raise horses and travel. NANCY JUNE OLSON Y-Teens, F.F.A. 2,4 were some of Nan's activities. This tive toot, blue-eyed grad- uate spends her time riding and training horses. She plans to go to Cal Poly and major in Animal Husbandry. ELEANOR MARIE ORR Ele's time has been taken up by G.R.A. I, Election Board I, and Archbearer 3. Her interests are horseback riding, swim- ming and dancing. She plans to become a secretary. KENNETH EARL OWENS Activities: Marching Band I and Senior Publicity Committee Chairman 4. His destination will be either the University of Colorado or Northrop Institute of Aeronautics. He will be an Astronautical Engineer. YVONNE WILMA PARIS Von's activities were Nom. Conv. 'l,2,3: Bowling Club 4, Sec, I,2,3, Y-Teens 1,32 Girls' League l,2,3,4, Camp Marston 2, 3,47 Archbearer 3, Senior Class Sec.: LEGEND STAFF 3, Photo Editor 47 Song- leader 4. JUDITH REVEL PATTERSON 'lr' Clgss VGSD: Sr. Class Veep, Banner- Girl 2, Sergeant of all Girls Color Guard 3147 H019 Corps 35 Ch. Girls' League Ser. Comm. 3, Ch. Girls' League Soc. Comm. 4: Dance and Assem. I, Ticket Squad 2: Marston Cont. 2,3, KAREN LOUISE PETERSON Karen's activities were Girls' League Friendship Comm. 3 and Verse Choir 4. San Diego J.C. will be the destination of this June graduate. She plans to learn office work. DAVID CLARK PHILLIPS Dave participated in Tennis in his iunior and senior years. San Diego State will receive him next fall as an electronics maior. Dave's ambition is to be a physi- cist with special emphasis on the study of gravity. JAMES ASA PIERCE Student Council ig Marching Band l,2,3g Concert Band lg Track 27 kept Jim busy. In his spare time, he can be found cook- ing or working. This January graduate is planning to attend San Diego J.C. EDWIN LEE PITMAN Edwin was a member of FEA., Senior Ways and Means Comm. 4, and Varsity Football 4. Training horses and raising and showing fantail pigeons take up much of his spare time. DENNIS GILBERT PORTER Dennis tells us that his hobby inClUCl6S his half finished customs. His ambition is to be a mechanic. Metal shop and Auto Shop were his favorite subiects. JENNIFER WILCOX PRENN Jennie's activities were Student Council 2,3,4 and Marston Conference I while at EI Caion High. San Diego State to mOi0r in Secondary Education will be the destination of this June graduate, My c 'S.- 'V cr' in 17:71 yawn' .3-not ,415 SHIRLEY MARIE PETERSON Debate Club 45 Student Council 3,45 Dance and Assembly Comm. 3,47 Refresh- ment Comm. -4 were Shirley's activities here at El Caion High. Swimming and water skiing take up much of her spare time. RONALD VICTOR PIATKIEWICZ Ron takes pleasure in swimming and fix- ing radios. Trigonometry was his fav- orite subiect, Cal Poly will be his des- tination. He participated in Wrestling 3, 4 and Tennis 3,4. LINDA GALE PIERCE Drum Maiorette 2,3,-45 Jr. Class Comm. of Cultural Affairsg Girls' League 35 Marston Conference I,2,3,45 Senior Gift Comm. Chairmang Nam. Conv. 2,3,4g Homecom- ing Queen 4, were Sis' activities. EUGENE WILSON PLUMMER Lounging, hunting and writing rate high- est on Eugene's list of ways to spend his spare time. Mechanical drawing was the favorite subject. He attended two other high schools. GEORGE VERNON PORTER Vernon was one of the photographers on the LEGEND STAFF during his senior year. He has attended high school in Alaska. Fishing and hunting take up most of this June graduate's spare time. HERBERT ANTHONY PRICE Concert Band l,2,3,4g Marching Band I,2,3,4, were Tony's activities at El Caion. Driving his car and listening to records rate highest on his list of fav- orite things to do. 4 THOMAS ROBERT PRICE F.F.A. l,2,3,4 was Tommy's activity. He spends much ot his spare time going to to rodeos. He also enjoys riding horses and working with cars. Agriculture was the most enjoyed subject. TERRY FRANK PYATT Lassen Junior College will be Terry's des- tination next tall. His ambition is to get into Forestry work. Terry participated in F.F.A. during his junior year. His favorite subject was agriculture. BLAINE EUGENE RAMSEY Buddy, as he is called by his friends, spends his spare time driving his car, bowling, and swimming, While at El Cajon High, his favorite subject was auto mechanics. He will graduate in June. JAMES DANIEL REAL During his four years at El Cajon High School, Jimmy's time has been taken up by Band l,2,3. He enjoys listening to Rhythm and Blues records and playing his guitar for relaxation. JUDITH ANN REIDINGER Judy spends most of her spare time cook- ing and swimming. After graduation in January, her plans included marriage. Her favorite subject was physical educa- tion. Her activities were Archbearer 3. JOHN ROBERT RENFRO "Butch" was active in Bowling Club I, 2,3. He enjoys bowling and water skiing. Future plans include Fresno J.C. and later on perhaps he will become a highway patrolman, Math was a favorite subject. ,rv--1, .55 Fi C4 '4 cj? "-'SP he 'Ib iff? 5- ---ua., THERESA ROSE PRUETT GRA. Tennis lg Girls' League Big Sister Q, were Terry's activities. Writing Ienefs and playing records take up much of her time. The favorite subject was English. NYLA ANN RALPH Girls' League Friendship Comm. 2, Sec. 3, Y-Teens 4, Prom Committee 45 Girls' League Recording Sec. 4, Election Board 3,4, Pom Pon 3, Marston Conference 3, 4, Nominating Conv. 3,4. Cl-IARLENE YVONNE RAYNOR "CharIie" kept busy at E.C.V.H.S. by participating in Science Club 35 Election Board 4, Senior Comm. 4. The University of Idaho will be her destination in order to major in English. RONALD RAY REIBEL Ron is a typical teenage boy, for he likes to work on his car. He would like to at- tend some Eastern college, if not San Diego State, His activities have been Foot- ball 1,2. DORIS LORRAINE REMER "Shorty" came to us from St. Nicholas Senior High in Chicago, Illinois. This dark-eyed maiden enjoyed Gym while at El Cajon. Her hobbies are dancing and collecting records. CAROLYN LEE RICHARDSON G.R.A. I, Election Board 45 Art Club 4: kept "Chips" a busy girl. She plans to attend Brigham Young University and major in art. History and social prob- lems were her favorite subjects. VERNON TONY RIDER, JR. Tony would like to become a deisel en- gineer. While at El Cajon Valley High School, Tony took part in track activities. For recreation, Tony likes to hunt, fish, and work on cars. NANCY JANE ROACH G.R.A. 2,35 Leadership Conf. 2,35 along with her studies have kept Jane's high school years full and active. After grad- uation in June, Kelsey-Jennings for a business major is planned. EDWARD LEE ROCZEY Wrestling was one of Ed's activities while attending El Cajon High. His destination is San Bernardine J.C., where he will ma- jor in wrestling. He enjoys working on cars. ROBERTA VIOLA RUNBECK Bobbi was active in C.S.F. 2,35 G.R.A. 35 Archbearer 35 Friendship Comm, 45 Y- Teens 35 Prom Comm. 4. She plans to attend San Diego J.C. and study home- making. Sewing is her hobby. FREDERlCK WILLIAM RYAN Election Board 45 Ways and Means Comm. 45 C.S.F. 4 have been Fred's activities. He attended three high schools including El Cajon. He plans to study science. JUDITH ANN SANDERS Judy enjoys listening to good music and sewing in her spare time. Her secret am- bition is to make a whole lot of money, because she definitely believes "money isn't anything, it's everything." PAUL RIEDELL Cadet Corps i,2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 President 3, have kept "Pablo" busy. His favorite pastime is working on his model The Marine Corps holds the key to his future. CAROLE LOUlSE ROBlNSON Girls' League 2,35 School Service Comm. l,2,35 Art Club 35 Leadership Conf. 'l,2,35 Songleader 45 Sevarbs 45 Senior Dance Comm. 4 kept Robie a very busy girl. She plans to go to B.Y.U. JOHN ANTHONY ROTH Johnny's activities have been Track l,3,45 Prom Comm. 4, He plans to attend San Diego J.C. and study drafting. This blue- eyed brave like mechanical drawing and working on cars. ELAINE THERESA RUSH "Lonie" was active in C.S.F.5 Girls' League Good Grooming Comm: 'l5 Friendship Comm. 25 Social Comm. 3,45 Banner Girl5 Archbearer 3. Her destination is San Diego J.C. and State College. FRANK CEPEDA SALAS Letterman's Club 3,45 Freshman Football lg J.V. Football 2,35 Varsity Football 45 Earl's 3 have kept Frankie busy. He en- joys golf and football. He plans to study drafting at Palomar J.C. ROBERT C. SCHEXNAYDER "Cheeks" was very active in Frosh Foot- ball5 Varsity Football 3,45 Track 45 Wrestling ly Letterman's Club 3,45 Earls 2. He expects to attend Brigham Young University and major in P.E. WILMA JEAN SCHUMANN Wilma was active in the Flag Corps 3,-1. She tells us that she enjoys making her own clothes. Marriage is planned after graduation. Social problems was a fav- orite subject. RONALD A. SEERY Ronnie was active in Baseball. His fav- orite subject was Military Science and his hobby is hunting. His future plans do not include college. SAM ALLEN SETSER Sam was active in Marching Band and Concert Band. Collecting stamps, minerals, and rocks are just a few of his hobbies. His destination is New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. DIANA DELLA SHEETS Diana took part in Girls' League 2,37 G.R.A. 2. She enjoys skating, reading, and cooking. Clerical Office Practice was a favorite subject while attending El Cajon Valley High School. LAUREL ANN SHELTER Senior Ditch Day Comm. and Concert Choir l,2,3 were Laurel's activities at El Cajon. Swimming and water skiing rate high with her. She plans to attend San Diego J.C. GEORGE CLINTON SHUGARS, JR. Radio Club and Ticket Squad have been Georges activities. Repairing and build- ing radios and radio transmitters are his favorite ways to spend his spare time. JOSEPH EDWIN SCOTT Joe has been active in F.F.A. all four years. Hunting and fishing take up much of his spare time, but he also enjoys raising animals. Naturally, agriculture was his favorite subject. PEGGY ANN SELF Girls' League l,2,3, Veep 4, Pom Pon 2,3, Lt. 4, LEGEND STAFF 3, Editor 4, Y- Teens l,2,3,4g President l,2, G.R.A. lg Leadership Conf, l,2,3,4, Archbearer 3, Election Board 3, C.S.F. l,2,3,4. MICHAEL LEE SHANNON Swimming and cars take up Mikes spare time. He plans to study medicine at Broadlawns in Iowa. Gym and social problems have been this June graduate's favorite subjects. SHARON JEANE SHEARER Sharon attended Helix and Grossmont be- fore coming to El Cajon. IBM school will be the destination of this senior after graduation in June. Social Problems was her most enjoyed subject. FAY VlVlAN SHUGARS Watching T.V. and square dancing rate the highest on this senior's list of fav- orite ways to spend any of her Spam time. Photography was this June grad- uate's most enjoyed subject. HELEN FRANCES SINGLETARY Dancing and painting rate highest on Helen's list of favorite activities. El Cajon High is the fifth high school she has at- tended. To be a secretary is this sen- ior's ambition. LINDA LEA SKAINS Concert Choir I,2,3,4g Girls' League Exec- utive Board 45 Election Board 2,3 have kept Linda busy. She also enjoys listen- ing to music and singing. U.S, History and civics were favorite subjects. MARLENE ROCHELLE SMITH Girls' League Rep. 2, Friendship Comm. 2g Nom. Conv. 2,35 Pom Pon Corps 32 Y-Teens 3g Marston Conf. 3,47 Election Board 45 Girls' League Treas. 4, Song- leader 4 kept Marlene busy. SARA ELLEN SMITH Ticket Squad T7 Concert Choir lg Girls' League 25 School play 39 Drama 2,35 Prom Comm, 45 Dance Comm. 45 Leader- ship Conf. 3 have been Sara's activities. She enjoys chess and bongo drums. CHARLES ORTH SPENCER Chuck plans on attending San Diego J.C. to prepare for a future as an auto me- chanic. During his four years at El Cajon, the subject he found most enjoyable was auto shop. WILMA JEAN SPURLOCK Wilma has attended four high schools. Social Problems was her favorite subject. Collecting and listening to records rate highest on her list of favorite ways to spend spare time. JOHN ALLAN ST. CYR John plans to attend the University of San Diego where he eXP9C"5 IO malol In Business Administration. The subled which he enjoyed the most at E.C.V.l-I-5. was civics. LINDA SUE SMITH Linda's activities were Y-Teens 3,45 Choir 2,35 Girls' League Big Sister Chairman 4. Reading and collecting books rate highest on her list of favorite ways to spend spare time. REBECCA RUTH SMITH Ruth's activities have been Girls' League Big Sister Comm, 25 Bible Club 3,4. This January graduate plans to attend San Diego J.C, and later be an elementary school teacher. DON KIETH SOLOMON Sol was busy with Varsity Baseball l,2, 3,45 J.V. Basketball 2,3, Varsity Basket- ball 4g Earls 4. Future plans may include the University of California at Berkeley with a major in physical education. LINDA SUSAN SPURLOCK Concert Choir 2,3,4, ASB play 27 Senior Play 3 have been Linda's activities. Drama was her favorite subject and singing and acting are her special talents. CHARLES ERNEST STAYER Ernie was an active member of the Science Club l,2, Singing and cars take up most of this senior's spare time. To be an Air Force pilot is included in his future plans. LARRY LEE STEDT This June graduate is still undecided about his future plans. Larry enjoys work- ing on cars in his spare time. During his four years at El Cajon, he liked photog- raphy the best. ROSE' ELLEN STEELE Rose lists reading and listening to music as her favorite pastimes. Her favorite subiect during her four years at El Cajon was homemaking. Rose will be among the graduating seniors this June. CARL J. STEPHANI Science Club I5 Military Sc. 1,25 C.S.F. l,2,35 Leadership Conf. 2,35 Sp. Club 35 Nom. Conv. 2,3,45 Student Gov't. 45 Sr. Class Pres.5 J.V. Basketball 35 J.V. Foot- ball 2,3, Varsity Football 4. DIANE C. STOKES Diane was an active member of Girls' League here at El Caion. After graduation in June, she is planning to attend a busi- ness college. Her future plans also include traveling. DONNA CAROL STRAUBINGER Marching Band I,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Library Assistant 3,45 G.R.A. 35 Election Board I have kept Donna busy. She enioys music. San Diego State is her destination. MILTON NORMAN STUBBLEFIELD "Stubby" would like to loin the Navy after graduation in June. Like most of us, he has attended E.C.V.H.S. all four years. His most enioyed subject was me- chanical drawing. HELEN LOUISE TAFOYA Helen's activities included Library asst. 2,3,45 this June graduate enioys horse- back riding, swimming, dancing, listen- ing to records, and playing miniature golf. Her ambition is to be a good wife. MICHAEL ROLLAND STEFFEN Agriculture I,2,35 Basketball 2,3,4 were Mike's activities. San Diego State holds The key to his future with a possible ma- ior in electronics. Biology was a favorite subiect. LA VONNE STILLS Active in Bible Club 3,45 Veep 4, Lucy likes reading the Bible and listening to sacred music. She would like to attend Weaver Airline Personnel School and then go to Dallas Bible Institute. MELVIN EUGENE STONE "Stoney" was active in Freshman Foot- ball5 .I.V, Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Basketball 152, Varsity 3,45 Baseball l,2, Varsity 3.45 Letterman's Club 3,4. He plans to maior in P.E. FLOYD THOMAS STREETER Tom's special talents include hula-hoop- ing. Tom likes cars and has made them his hobby, During his four years at El Caion, gym rated high as his favorite subiect. WILLARD WAYNE SWISHER "Swish" came to El Cajon from Ohio. Working on cars and playing football take up his spare time. His future plans include becoming a member of the po- lice force. PHILIP LEON TAYLOR Phil has taken part in Ticket Squad ls Latin Club Vice President 35 Science Club Vice President 3,4. He will maior in science at San Diego State College. He is a June graduate. SANDRA FAYE TAYLOR Girls' League 2,45 Band 1,25 Student Council lp and Sophomore Council 2 were Sandy's activities. Her destination is San Diego State where her major will be nursing. GEORGE D. THOMAS LEGEND photographer 45 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,35 Track l,2,3,4p Wrestling 45 Let'terman's Club l,2,3,45 Election Board 4 and Dance and Assembly 4 were Georges activities. SUSAN MARGARET ANN THOMPSON Sue's activities have included Girls' League 3,45 Election Board 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Y'Teens 45 Baccalaureate and Commencement Comm. Chairman 45 ASB Nominating Convention 35 Student Coun- cil 2. JOSEPHINE PEARL TIMS Bowling Club l,2,3,45 Girls' League Big Sister Comm. 25 Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. l, were a few of Pearl's activities. Civics was her favorite subject while here at E.C.V.H.S. SHARA JEAN TOLLE Sherry's interests include music, swim- ming, and photography. San Diego Jun- ior College will be her destination. There she will major in photography and busi- ness. Photography 2.3. DENNIS OLIVER TONKYRO Dennis will enter San Diego State. While at El Cajon High, his favorite subject was history. Dennis spends his spare time playing any kind of sport. He was active in Military Science. ,Q VN-'WP Z WAYNE FRANKLIN THARP Wayne's activities have included Cross Country i,2,35 Track l,2,3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3. Going out and having a good time rates high on Wayne's list of pastimes. RITA FERN THOMPSON Before coming to El Cajon High, Rita went to three other high schools. She spends most of her spare time listening to music. She will head for Paris J.C. in Paris, Tex. PADDY E. TIDBALL Eating and dancing is what Pat spends his time doing. He would like to major in Police Science at San Diego J.C., as his goal is to be a juvenile officer. He enjoyed Soc. Prob. most of all. KAREN RUTH TOBIN Bowling Club Pres. lg Friendship Comm 'ly Big Sister 25 G.R.A. 15 Treas. 2g Latin Club 25 Flag Corps 253, Lt. 45 El. Bd. 3, 45 Sc. Club 2, Sec. 35 Sr. Play 35 Ways and Means Comm. 45 Sr, Dance Comm 4. BARBARA JEANNE TOMLINSON Babs, as she is known to her friends on campus, was active in Pom Pon Corps 3. The main interest of this June graduate is swimming. Her plans include going to work at Convair. DOROTHY ANN TOYNTON Dorothy's time has been taken up by Y-Teens i,2,3,45 G.R.A. 1,25 Girls' League 253,45 and C.S.F. 3. Next fall she will head for S.D. State, where she will major in Business. H9 VIRGIL LEE TRAMMELL Baccalaureate Usher 3, Ditch Day Comm. 4, Election Board Comm. 4, were some of Lee's activities. His objective will be Harvey Mudd where he will major in math. BENJAMIN AUSTlN TROVATEN Football l,2,3,4, Basketball i,2,3, Track 'l,2,4, Sophmore Class Pres., Nominating Convention 1,2,3,4, Leadership Confer- ence l,2,3,4, ASB President 4 were Ben's activities. SHERRY SUE TURNER Nom. Conv. 3,4, El. Bd. 3,4, Student Council 3, Girls' League Friendship Comm. 2,3, Girls' League Corr, Sec. 4,.Leader- ship Conf. 3,4, Pom Pon Corps 3, Prom Comm. 4, and Girls' League Conv. 4. BETTY MAVIS TURPIN Betty has participated in G.R.A. l, School Service 2, and Girls' League l,2,3,4. Next fall she plans to enroll at Brigham Young University, She will major in Business Management. MICHAEL EDEN VALLEY Mike's activities were Football i,2, Boys' Glee Club. He spends most of his spare time swimming or working on his car. San Diego J.C. will be the destination of this senior. WILLIAM VANCE VAUGHN Football 2,3, Military Science 2,3 were Bill's activities here at El Cajon. Math was the favorite subject of this senior. He plans to attend San Diego J.C. and major in math. KAYE DARLENE TRAXLER Kaye enjoys roller skating and bowling. Any of her spare time is spent listening to hi-fidelity recordings. After gradua- tion in June she hopes to attend San Diego Junior College. RUBY LOUISE TSCHUMPERLIN "Ruben" was active in Concert Band l, 2,3,4, G.R.A. 3, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Band Staff 3. Ruby's future includes go- ing to San Diego State. Her major will be teaching. DONALD DOUGLAS TURPENING J.V. Football, Sophomore Basketball, Var' sity Basketball were some ot the sports Don participated in. When he isn't day- dreaming, he is studying photography. Future plans are undecided. GREG LEROY UNDERHILL Marching Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3, 4, Varsity Band 3,4 were Greg's activ- ities at El Cajon. Swimming, fishing, and skin diving take up much of his time. He plans to attend S.D.J.C. CAROL JEAN VAN HORN Carol spends much of her spare time reading, listening to the radio, and tak- ing pictures. One of her special talents is playing the piano. Future plans include marriage and college. ELIDA VERDUGO Elida was a member of the Senior Dance Comm. 4 and Girls' League Election Comm. Other activities include dancing and collecting Rhythm and Blues records. Social problems was her favorite subject. LLOYD JOSEPH VICK Working on a model "A" and eating pizza are Lloyd's favorite ways to spend time. He plans to attend San Diego J.C. His secret ambition is to attend Annapolis. ANGELINE KAY VITANZA Freshman Class Council5 Girls' League 3,45 Marston Conf. 2,3,45 Election Board 25 LEGEND STAFF, Business Manager 3,45 SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Editor 4. Angie's plans include San Diego State and marriage. MELODIE CAROLYN WAITS Melodie was a member of Girls' Glee 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Pom Pon 4. Concert Choir was the subject she most enjoyed. Her ambition is to be a good wife. BETTY LEE WEBB Flag Corps 2, Lt. 3,45 Prom Comm.5 Mars- ton Conference 3,45 Dance and Assembly Comm. 45 Student Council 45 Nominating Convention Delegate 25 Y-Teens 3. She plans to attend S.D.S.C. FRANCES LYNNE WHEELER Sp. Club 35 Ampolla Y-Teens 2,3,45 Verse Choir 45 Jr. Class Sec.5 Sr. Gift Comm.5 Pom Pon 2,3,45 Dance and Assem. 45 A.S.B. Sec. 45 Nom. Con. 2,3,45 Marston 2,3,45 Concert Choir l,2,3. BEVERLY ANNE WILLIAMS Bev was an active member of Concert Choir 'l,2,3,4p Library Assistants Club 2, 3,45 G.R.A. 3,45 Senior Privilege Comm. Playing tennis and the piano are her other activities. DIANE BURNLEY VIETS Diane was a member of Alpine Tri-Hi-Y l, 2,35 Girls' League Friendship Comm. 'l. Skating and swimming rate highest on her list of favorite ways to spend spare time. CHARLES FRANK VITTOR Science Club l,2,3,45 Track 'l,2,3,45 C.S.F. 2,3,45 Graduation Usher 35 Senior Ditch Day Comm. 4 were Frank's activities, He placed first in the Future Scientists of America Contest. RONNIE LEE WATSON Baseball 2,3,45 Track lg Cross Country 2,3,4, Manager 45 Basketball i,2,3 were Ron's activities at El Cajon. His special talent is sports. His ambition is to become a bricklayer. KAREN SUE WHALEY Writing letters is Karen's favorite pastime. She also enjoys office work. The most enjoyed subject of this January grad- uate was Social Problems. She plans to work at the Telephone Co. LINDA LOUISE WILDERMAN Pom Pon 2,3,45 Frosh Council5 Dance and Assembly Comm. l,2,3,45 Poster Comm. 45 Election Board 1,45 Social Comm. 3 were Linda's activities. She would like to be a telephone operator. EILEEN MARCIE WlLLlAMS Eileen was a member of the Tennis Club in her senior year. She enjoys drawing. Her ambition is to become an Air Force nurse. German was her most enjoyed subject. EUGENE L. WILLIAMS Riding and working on motorcycles rate high on Eugene's list of ways to spend his spare time. After graduation in June, he plans to attend San Diego Junior College. LINDA VESTA WILSON Girls' League Publicity l,2, Chair. 3, Junior Class Comm. of Pub., Marston Conference 2, LEGEND STAFF 3,4, Student Council Rep. 4 were activities. She plans to attend Woodbury College. JAMES EDWARD WINWARD James spends much of his spare time eat- ing and working on cars. He plans to attend Marion Wesleyan College in Mar- ion to study Theology. Auto shop was his favorite subject. LLOYD RAY WOODWARD Taking pictures and working on his car are enjoyed by Lloyd in his spare time. Photography and auto shop were his most enjoyed subjects. He plans to be a photographer. DAVID ALLEN WURTS David was a member of the California Cadet Corps for four years. Fishing and hunting rate high on his list of spare time pleasures. He plans to attend Cal Poly. MARY CATHERINE YOUNG Cathy's activities were Y-Teens 3,4 and Girls' League Rep. here at E.C.V.H.S. Going to dances and swimming are fav- orite ways to spend spare time. She plans to major in English at S.D.J.C. WW X Nur '?.'f" IRENE LEOME WILLIAMS Art Club 3, Publicity Comm. 4, Future Teachers Club 3: Concert Choir 3,4, G.R.A. Archery Club 3 have kept Irene busy. To become a school teacher is in- cluded in her future plans. HAROLD LEON WINTER, JR. Leon was a member of the Rifle Team 2,3,4 and Science Club l. Reading and watching television offer enjoyment. He plans to attend San Diego Junior College and major in electronics. CHARLES BARRIE WOLEE Reading books on ancient history rate high on CharIey's list of pastimes. He also enjoys camping and fishing. Linda Vista Bible College and Seminary is his destination. ARTHUR WRIGHTSON Ill Cross Country 2,4, Track 2,4, Spanish Club 3, Dance and Assembly 4, Senior Dance Comm. 4, were Art's activities. Piano playing is his special talent. He has attended three high schools. DAVID PAUL YARUSS Baseball I, Science Club, Graduation Usher 3, Track 2,3,4, C.S.F. l,2,3,41 Leadership Conf. 4, A.S.B. Comm. of School Service, Sr. Ditch Day Comm. 4. He plans to attend Cal Tech. MARTHA ANN ZELESKY During her high school years, Martha has taken part in Red Cross Sec., Ticket Squad, G.R.A. I,2, Veep 3, Bowling Club l,2,3,4: Student Council 2,3, Pom Pon 4: Archbearer 3. JACK C. ZIPPWALD, JR. Jack was an active member of F.F.A. l, 2 and the F.F.A. Judging Teams. He en- joys horseback riding and raising beef cattle. To have his own cattle ranch is his ambition. SHARON LEE ZURBRUGG Choir 27 Girls' League Pub. 37 Ampollas 37 Sevarbs 47 Dance and Assembly Comm. Aj SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Editorial Ed. 47 Quill and Scroll 47 G.L. Social Comm. 47 Poster Comm. 4j EI Cajon Trio 4. MARGARET CAROLE JONES Margie's activities have included Good Grooming 2,3. Margie will attend Wash- burn University in Kansas, where she will major in Sociology. Cars and horses take up most of her spare time. EDYTHE JOY PARRISH Joy's activities were Choir .I,2,3,4g Pom Pon 2,3,47 Marston Conference 27 Verse Choir 47 Student Council 4. To act on the stage is her secret ambition, drama her favorite subject. MICHAEL O. WALSH Basketball 2,37 Track 27 Cross Country 27 J.V. Football were Mike's activities. He will attend J.C. or State next year and major in English. Mike's ambition is to get a new car. PATRICIA VERNA ZOFFKA Pat participated in Y-Teens lj Orchestra l,2,37 Science Club 37 Bowling Club 2, 3,47 LEGEND STAFF 3,47 Spanish Club 37 Prom Comm. 47 Archbearer 3. She enjoys sewing, reading, and bowling. FAITH YVONNE HOAG Archbearer 3j Choir I7 SMOKE SIGNAL photographer 4 were Faith's activities here at El Cajon. She enjoys anything to do with photography. She also likes to sing and play the piano. RONALD GARRY MARTIN Ron enjoys spending his spare time draw- ing and working on cars. This June graduate's ambition is to become an architect. He plans to join either the Navy or the Air Force. DOLORES ANN ROBINSON Having fun and collecting records are Dee's favorite occupations. While at El Cajon High she was Girls' League Rep. 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Messine . i Thomas Miller 5 V63 In 5' V GJ Jeanne Parfift -lefln M0"lT90m9"Y ' , -11 ' A if Cgrglyn Perkins Nancy Mullins l' 'K lil James Phillips Thomas Nechochea ' N 5 jr Guy Newhan 071, X ,, ' i ii- A 9' V Lewis Messia -i Q g :sl 2 5- f' R L V John Million i Ernie Moore , J, 1 -If Q.- 'J' QQ 'E 'iff F, Berry Persons BGVPGVO MU"Pl'iY v 5 Michael Phillips Keren Nelson 'Ly fkm I "f :QA f Doug Newkirlc ' Louise Newion S 044, . W ,. , in i 'fi he . 4 r VV 'wx Colie Pierce ' 1 1 1 Y Wk . x' ' ' - 2 5- X .J-. 1? 'V , I ',. l i . , V- . X JT! W ' . ev' ' fi 5 ...J n , 4. 6, k . Gary Newman Cora Noble l x I I ,435-. , if' . , 1. 8.3, ,' fs A , . . -uv, P- 1 R 1, Q gd A ..-4-. ,:' ,. ""9 ... 54 .. 'u' r -7 If Q y ' . fu f - T" Ah .-an A V4" . if 'NY ' -5 Bill Poschman P ff' K 'v H . G A X 1135 i L h ii' "1 G V V ? :ag!Y':f11:1:4,.l sv Sl I x 1 ' '1 3 ' '- -.S TG R ,Q-1.-. ,. cw '1- . .A.,, yy V 2 N nv , .. Undo pong, S Y is - -U f ,S Ronald Pfiddeii . R2 Y Q. f " ' -41 - ' , , .Q , . Q, Vx . .1 .,. 5 l 4 W Q V. Bradley Romaine ,,., I Ll 155, it -F" 1 Gary Porter Barbara Rose R K A V Q A x Quia . I ... Leroy Price Henry Salas 1 1X , fe, -r , P Rebecca Real Robert Sawders ' wg ' -- if ' , 1 ' 34 D . S h d can .1 :1,::a-QQ . wan vnih ennig C me er '- " s ' - D. L , , s i-Q , ,.,, lane Shelby - ii -l r : , . 1 J .l'- ws... f Q 'MO ' . '. 1AQi.'1 S .1 .V ' 1, I F 2 "-. ' Gary Porter Ronnie Rooklidge .y can f l -V fi' William Presley Robert Rundlett .i ' .c MJ. Rosemary Ray Pat Sauder L: , A ,Ig 1' 4. Frank Ricco Garry Schott 'J 1 Q' "" ' Loretta Shaplin , if , k x J -, y iiif .-"" -- Lorna Popp i Sheila Prater Monty Rucker , 'J .v Z if "' j i' ""i l ' ' 5- V D'Entress Ratclitt Ricky Sather v , " -:3 2 5 , - xt Q 1 .I '-y X., 1 x '-vA, u " Gloria Rennow Frances Schmidt 'X -.,u.03' .4 ,. ' 175: -... " James Rinner Norvah Seary 1' ir A X H - -. i:l,Ei' Q'i" lim Margie Polen ,4 -J ' G yi .., ca il Aline Pranter 53 v W, H K. N? 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X V X .xl Frank Textor V Roy Thomas Phillip Shirey Y A Carol Thompson Carolyn Smith A s , 1 im in A an VA Tim Timm Andrea Soldi - if O U igllffl Q Barbara Turman Q '7 Clarence Veal 3 I J , fi ns. H .X ,V i 5 Y, ' Ronald Thome Sharon Shnell ' J. Mike Tidball Chelsea Smith ,Q 1 ' - V Donald Tonkyro Alice Sorensen U X l Q 1-n James Turner Thelma Vernon Cecil Stallcup Fred Sickler ,V ' Loretta Smith ' Winefred Traughber Gl9"1ClG 5OUTl1Gfd Y' T' 'Z' Jim Van Cleave Victor Staub 'TEE' 'F' Hugh Straley ' Eg J A, L? Q S , Demell Skelton 1' 1 A A Lynn Smith A y 'VT' -131. 1 Dicne 'Hickey Ruth Spethmann 3 I 'el V3 Fred Vanderbilt Don 5feff9Y K sw xx Sondra Vino, David Straubinger J 'll ' f i K, 1 - K Shirley Swisher lK lb ' 5 'lll 3 - Edwin Slatter A Q :Mx 3 A Margaret Smith C 1 iv I ... Franklin Spirz ,,, K' l I 'i'-' 7 Anita Vasquez Joe Stephens Af ' ff V -' Evon Vittoria Larry Sturgeon X ' 4 XZ Rachael Syversrud , f Mike Tank r l V' Hg, Q1 E S GY i . Barbara Slaven -1- - ' ' ' J Sandra Smith U -rg v V l Suzanne Stacy 5: Thomas Vogt Judy Stover ., , k Qi 'rv Carol Swengles t "' Roberta Taber 9929- , 1 -in 3 Q ff? AVVS f X . - T T T .. f x i mx .1 1 A 1 t F'-f-li? A ' 1 James Taylor Rebecca Taylor l s L , , Q. .V ff, .il ' - 4, 'Q -. 'L 2" Q: s f - J .fl Q A wg' L 1 ' ii sg f ., ' V 7 J . 2 Sisisi 1. frsis ' wifi K ... L, . ss i L, J J-P 2' W w ' Xen-f iii. J J . n v , ,S-' - ." ' J ' . " , .- 'f' . f William Washkevich ' F l I Q- ll F A 1 V' 'I l A X L. -J fi M , ff' xi - . -V . ' as.. x J ' ' - . J. L, ff? ' Is Sharon Warren X A . . GX Q K ,I J A, T 1 Georgia Weedman -.ev U we 2 ii fgffl A 1 L . . N 1 -fx .. .sl I K W X ,si-Rgsgs Q t K x x , -ffm 1- -- fs ixfi 'N-'N as l . - " ' :Y W'-41 1 Larry Wanamaker gg L X .- " Genalee Websier miss? Qs. .., .. 'K+ 3 . V is: . Q.. . ' ss '- 0 ' ' h- V gig-.1 A Nix ., lg I Q: Wes W iimore Louerta Wooley N 5 'ffl' ' 1 Q 1. Leslie Wright 2 , ix Judy me ' i , ,- Q Q L Av Xl ax ' Y 2 - 'X p Xi -l six. . il 5 L A l y , gf Donald Walters x- A V Marlene Weber Q ,- . A -3-ew. A sf . f - ' Q 1,-sq . Q- f 1 Q l Ellen While 4, X A Dudley Williams Myrna Woolers 5 A Tommye Young rg ' LA, J' l X s ' hy 1' . David Walters P ff- .-.. if , , Bob Webb is: Q ' Patrick Wheeler .f ' -Q-R John Wilde E X " . Michael Williams Harry Wyqn ' X 5 I , Richard Walker A Ruth Way A S X is Judy Wesion f f I Q 3' Eileen Wigsirom ' U V 5: s . ,Q Joan Williams Pai Fox ,N ' fx N Y Larry Willingham X 5 . ' X f,m1f4.,.'f1. ', . .. V. N up -1 X Sunny Villavicencio Bing Watkins Berry Weiss Doreen Whirrler James Williams Paula Williams John Wilson Karen Wisler Pamela Wadsworth William Watson Charles Wes? Fred Wiesner Jerry Williams Ralph Williams Mary Wilson .4 SJ f-Q af hGGm EULQTL5 Algebra, geometry, trig,-you name it and 4,14 'ui' , 1 x Af' I ,gf --E, X ,X . i- we learn it. Experimentation is an important part of Science. class. Miss Sanchez pronounces for her Spanish """'fv--- '--..,,,,' 'f The Ag. department proudly displays its prize winning """' poultry. fi- fi "7 Fl if ii", 4 Inq 4 7 4-uf ' ,7 ,-,Q I 5' ,,,w.6wf an I f 1 ' 1 'i . - ' . , r - 9 - 9 7 1 ' ' ' .'v'1i9,, 'f 1:12, ' , Q 1 df ,JP if A M Q N - . 4' ,Q V, ' i '. " 1 ' . 1 , V7 5 14 ' l ,Q 'f j . ,5 I ,tuning 5 27,3 , W" 71 V fi 42 5 in I ky 1 9. Sponsored by Carlzle Medical Group og, 61 jimi' M A , ,f..' LFE' ' 1 ani' 5 Richard Buck , 4 -31 fl '. '-15' TW -A ' 1 165, ' ,. 45, -,. Kathi Moore E4 1 iff' M K Secretary, Marilyn Wallace Treasurer, Barbara Ferry Parliamentarian, Par Rose Advisor, Mr, Pumphrey Advisor, Mr. Dewey Counselor, Mrs. Mayfield Sponsored by Nelsorfs Kid Korral H, , ff 1 R l - 1 Y W ' "' T Nancy Abbiss, Judy Adams, 'Mm 12 ,. f-7' s ,,.., ,N " -al 4 ' ,Qu Kenneth Adams, Marilyn Agu- ":? X Q-f ,V ' S 4-.J ayo, Roger Alborg, Nancy Al- , " ' 'Q lan, David Allen, Donald Allen X 1. D Z 1 1 k Dath Allen, Ronald Allen, Ron- ,-: Q Q Q 3 .5 J ald Altman, Patricia Alvis, Em- ., 0 N V 5 ak ma Ames, Kenneth Andrews -gl 1 J 1: 4: '43, 'NJ Kenneth Anges, Brenda Arring B , X L' V V ton. X V - 9 - N ,,, 5 , ,I fo ' 1 , A ' V f ' -- V Richard Ashley, Bernadine Avi "' .. A N - Q J ' 1 , -1 tadle, Loren Ayers, Ruth Bailey sy U it I ' J Y vig' Roger Balser, Leon Banegas ' -5' -4 Gail Barber, Billy Barnes. X ' h S51 ' ' " W L ' ' Pearl Barnett, Janet Bayless, V A 1 .3 , , , at ' Helen Beach, Mervin Beeson, V 1' R Q 1 A' ,V Susan Bemis, Christine Bennett V ' - Y ' ga, N' 1-1 I .. T' 'PT .J ,. ,V T3 V Duane Bent, Donald Berry. k 7 -- , , V f i, r is Q ...x"'-f . . ' i l i . - fl' L, Roger Best, Steven Betcher .sf ,Q -. 5 , -. A Q - - X ' Vi Jereonne Bever, Ralph Bietz Q Q1 yt I OX, .,' 'wx' James Bigcratt, Mark Billing 'J - 77? ' 'H "4 Jim Billings, Sharon Bills. , , '- if f 4 . x .Q ' - ' 1. A ' -, i jig, 6 - - it ' 9' .. 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V " fx f '- 5' .' is A Robert Slaff, Larry Slaten, Mary ,, A fl - ls - 1 1 8 Slemmons, Barbara Smith, B. ,., , -5 3 'A Q f 7 N it Lynn Smith, David Smith, Dean- L, L4 "' V L lf, ' ' V5 ll na Smith, Jerri Smith. 'Cf '3 4 P 'X --JN, .1 - 5' . 6 7" "- Kenneth Smith, K. Edward f ?' ,W ' ' i 4, 'f . Smith, MllTOn Sl'T'1lll"Ij Nihh ' A J y A Smith, Roger Smith, Martyn X 5- "' " " - "" " " " 4 shyder, sin sohke, shhfoh J Q , 5 -f 'V+ Q? 1 -f Semmerville. L' , - fr H -..Q nice- 7 "" rn 4: ,W t Samuel Spade, Martha Sparks, 'fm' ' - ' ' ' L -- James Spencer, Henry Spirz, V CJ, W .56 'I ,wx 4 J ZA ig I I-fl :B 'R Talitha Spiry, Camille Spurlock, LJ V Kg, . 1 'rg vga' V I Myrna Spurlock, Sylvia Srebot. 'ff' ,--- , -1- ' .. ff! A.. 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WWW W! ff b E, f 'LX Beauty, color, and symmetrical design make art a Exercise, fun, and sportsmanship are the aims of the P.E. department. x 5 I y Q s t " A X. wk qt - ke? f we -' ,s sw - 1 Wx: ,Q K gp g. . -r Q -, ' :SF V- Q . es. , we ' S w Sqn .s fs--.wwmsxr ' K- . X-1. ,M 1 , X- ' jf-i ssl-X. . ' Q W tl ,X ,it-,,,,..,w ,,el- -- f ., my X .. ,mf mb K s 'Qing ' .s,. 'A" ' . " fi, N V g,,,..,,j , .i P. Tssxgex.. .. .,..-,, - R, - . , vvxf -1:ex-We f'?'sH' " - . ' 190 x ' - N sg.-P, 4-',,e,q-..,rxm,n 1. I - ..','f"fsZ'pv,,.. - V . . , .Q . . .,,., ...LV , . ,M pleasure Pfesidenff Jane STVUIEY Veep, Lois Smith Secretary, Sharon Schexnayder Treasurer, Lurlie Moore Asst. Counselor, Mr. Greta Advisor, Miss Kleinfelrer Counselor, Mr. Davis AG"-X Vikdvisor, Mr, Eqsfligk .N - X N I f :KV I Q , S K E 6 Sponsored by Hewitt and Faust M fg. Cow. asf' L X, K.. , Jan Acton, Charlene Aguayo, Donald Aguayo, Carolina Aldama, Maureen Allara, James Allen, Rita Allen, Eddie Alvarez. 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Elaine Earickson, Terry Earlywine, Gail Eastman, George Edwards, Susan Eggert, John Eggleston, Diane Eldridge, Ruth Elliott. Billie Elmer, Carl Elmer, Danial Elms, John Elson, Thomas English, Gail Erwin, Domi- nic Espinoza, Constance Eszes. Ronald Evans, Cheryl Faller, Lynda Faller, Barbara Felgate, Thomas Ferree, Rex Field, Larry Fisher, Mary Fisher. Sandra Fisher, Linda Flinn, Betty Floyd, Roger Fontes, Rosemarie Forrester, Patricia Foster, Houston Fowler, Jerry Fox. Robert Frank, Douglas Freeland, Reece Freeman, Marie French, Vonna Frenzel, Robert Fuller, Jesse Gaines, John Gaines. Rosanne Galati, Earl Goss, Terry Gaylord, Roger Gedney, Gerald Gerstin, Charles Gile, Earl Gitchel, Glenn Glendenning. l5O , , il , x rl' ' 4' ' , 1 , i l . . J R . . 1 .- ,- . - - ' , lf lf 'J Q. , , , Q Q l "" ' 4 -v ISC L lil - , ,, ,, Y 1 , i F- sp' N , Y ,gl 4 Q. J ll as ,M , ' lx JL '- r ' 1 ,WM , . . . . - . sz V ,, L . 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Andrew Moody, Luther Moore, Kathleen Moore, Gwenda Morrison, Ernest Morse, Carol Mossberger, Robert Moreau, Carl Morgan, Sharon Morgan, Lavonia Morris, Robert Morris, Agnes Morrow, Dudley Morrow, Judith Muir, Marie Mullins, Judith Mun! son. Glen Murphree, Joyce Murphy, Virgil Neumann, Robert Neutzling, Jo Nieder- houser, Agnes Nimesgern, Mary Nimes- gern, Geraldine Noel. Charles Nortleet, Ardith Noyes, Ruth Ochsner, Timothy O'Hara, James O'Her- ron, Norine O'Kane, Nathan Olmey, Vickie Olson. Walter O'NeiI, Cheryl Opocensky, Charles Ostheimer, Jimmie Otter, Kathy Owens, William Parr, Wayne Parrett, Sharyn Patstone. Sherman Patstone, Dennis Patton, Alfred Paxton, Sandra Pearson, Sharon Pender- graft, Duncan Penman, Dianne Peratt, Jim Perisho. 153 Michil Perry, Charles Peters, Marlena Peters, Pat Peters, Frances Petersen, Wil- liam Petersen, Jan Peterson, Susan Peter- son. 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