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

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so fl fb' Us MMM 04 Sggxor Editor: Joann Hinlcle . A dv 'fr f Q Business Managerijexjy Ramsey P ' ' h ,A ,Q 4 ity'-k,.Sp6rts Edgar: Glenn Breitonstein L 'KV pup, ' W H h , N, gg , V ' A my ,V 3 ' Q,dy:rIiQ1ror: Amta W A , 1 4 V A M Editors: Darlene Franklin "' 'W ' l h 1 l W W' Mary Siegmund as f L W K Rhotographers: Al Parish ' 2 Rl: - ff Brian Collier 'W Q jf ,W "mls 'yd 1 1 M3 Adfm: Mr. john Logsdon , 'QW' ' div. , Q , my 4 ...... n as ' 1: Q' ff'-' M . . ages no qv M 'Mm l vs H2 VLVV K Wi A , A-X P .Am 1. ow, A Legend is a story . . . a record of human experiences past and present. It is a memory book bound with the spray of foam from a summer beach party and the golden light of an autumn sunset, the crisp blanket of snow atop a distant mountain and the first blush of spring on an April day. . . So too, goes our school legend. From a summer of informal classes, sunglasses and tans, we move into autumn and the opening of a new school term. The fall is marked with the roar of excited foot- ball fans, the flush of eager freshmen, and the round of new classes, new friends. Gradually winter descends upon us, scattering the brilliant leaves and greying skies with the soft strains of a Christmas dance, the close of a semester, and the flurried action of challenging basketball teams. Soon we greet the Spring. Another season, another memory. Besides the varied action offered by baseball and track, this is a very special time of year for the Seniors of El Cajon Valley High School for now they must bid their Alma Mater a sad farewell. . . Exuberant Juniors turn their rings and the Sophomores prepare for that mighty leap into uupperclassmanshipf' With the exodus of the graduates comes the entrance of another freshman class, and the exciting cycle whirls into motion once again, this time with a new cast, a new future. . . This legend is a memory of that cycle . . . a story of your school. . is your LEGEND, 1964 "To Season, and a time to every piuipbse under theheaven if A Win wh fa sw Summer, favorite season, is marked most WL , ff h h frequently by the mystical spell of the 17 -waz 5 .55 is 5.1 s'.,. 81:45 ik ifi ii- iifafng -W ocean which draws students by the thousands to its sandy shores. Sun and wilrwigfl and the sparkling foam of the surf is the unbeatable combination that captures and holds lma wk y ns as the three monthsyg of ,h,,ssg,.:.s, M L, i.-r..,,.,srH , a X k wrjsffr ii is s"' S 21 A f Q I' A, ' S N L- i im fi 4 " A .Q fzvl .,,s ' ' esrs ' ' , iifw . V .- 'figgg w av ,. 1, fe -.. K .gg ' maya? . , Q fxgw :. . fepgmggd J. vi .MA r t NNT, M 52.5. S ' 5. . gr J ., , Mmm' VH? r 1? xg, V ,J J , f. , 1 , qi X 5 W, S 9 ' J " 4 vi X , if Mi , "KM, , . A . , 1 warkfm-Q Affrfyjx is 1 if ,vm i Q if f f ' is N K A ,. ' P-w.w'L 5 , , . 'e2!Efii1L5S:f'- -m,mWm,.WMimWMm,i, - 9 X Q .,,,gM, K HM .Z ' iw v,-- md' ii A The constantly fluctuating thermometer charactersitic of Winter, heralds an approaching holiday season. School activities reach their peak with basketball games, after game dances, Christmas mail and the annual Snowball. However, many students still find time for ajaunt into the mountains where that strange white stuff called snow is found. Whether they go on a holiday or on a day when they are home "suffering" from a cold Q which they won't have until their returnj all students enjoy W the rare pleasure that "going to the snow" offers. , 1 3'F?m N AM f,. ll J i it ,ai an f ,Maw 'wwwwwww ' Q I i r ,.f ga i .5 Q. J K ' , ms-, as 'I 'K Ill an epidemic of a restlessness for summer. vacation, by all, is spent in a variety of ways. Wwmm Many take it as an opportunity to visit the Magic Kingdom to the kNorth where we once again find ourselves believing in the 'fantasy of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs as well as Sleeping Beauty and many others. Returning home with happy memories, the students are ready for the end of a full year of inside and outside activities at our year-round school. auf' E5 G1 f ,vid . f ,Q 1 X 1 t .W 4 ,gf L' Aff' ag f if 4 1 .. X321 in bf ll W KY P K A A QQ ig, ,. X xf as wi, l'f' Q 3 K if ' 5 5 , . 15, " . yr R ,v , X W1 V A 2 V f? ' fa Charles Logan is affec- tionately referred to as "Charley" by everyone asso- ciated with El Cajon Valley High School. He's always willing to lend aid in decorating and setting up for dances, the Mardi Gras, and other school-sponsored activities. His favorite greeting is a "beep" from his cart while traveling down the hall. El Cajon students and faculty will notice the vacancy left by his retirement next year, and wish to express their thanks by dedicating this book to him. Dedication 'lil A-ffmwm: Q, .V wmmk.. -mn ff i ' ..'- Y' '1 ' Y - Ifillfi 'ELSFEQWELSS s-:qgg"',g .Eiga:gif:s?'f:,:'q:.'-::.::: g1j5f f - EflP-f: fT:.. -- Q...1L.N -- ' .. -1, fe' Q ' fix, i U1 .g f , ig, . ,, Q 5 Q X mm. U- . .-A y. QW? ,UL R fi min k Q . , as H'MESg5ggG, 55 f fx, H X2 'X H M Q1mw?ggv,g : Yg: Q 22 X3 5 Xxx 3? , XS A Q jj, ,sz29212529351zsfegsggkggy qw? . Hwmgmimggwrsg msw aia ffm XA M.: , . ,,,..,,.,A.M f-1 vga :gmfsmfwwg 1Qgi?3g5gg2af -fr-'v' '1FM-1:11m1mx,:9fgHAg2ns . , va .e5ff-ff" gyszfi Wm,-Weigqs, .ff f M--.w.1w1sm1 A .,v,...,U., P, is f If, .111 fx IX Q Table of Contents of the Faculty Classified Staff Summer Activities A.S.B. LEGEND SMOKE SIGNAL Specialties Band Concert Choir 22-25 26-27 28-29 30-33 34-35 36-37 38-41 42-45 47 Freshmen Sophomores Activities Band Theatre Arts Royalty Song and Cheer Foreign Exchange Sports 50-57 58-63 64-65 66-67 68-69 70-73 74-75 76-77 78-89 E! Cajon Legend of 1964 Academics juniors Clubs and Organizations Sports Activities 92-95 94-99 101-107 108-115 116-117 Girl's League Sports Activities Seniors Autographs Thanks and Appreciation 120-123 124-135 136-157 138-182 185 184 It takes an outstanding and experienced person to meet the innumerable problems of a rapidly expanding school. That is why Mr. Cornelius, our "Big Chief," is such a popular leader here at El Cajon Valley High School. Due to his excellent guidance and complete understanding, each student considers him a personal friend. Despite his authoritative position as chief dis- ciplinarian, our vice-prin- cipal's main concern is the student body's proper guidance and development. Mr. Greta's primary duty this year was to assist students in their school work and extra-curricular activities and at the same time help them to prepare for the future. Dimfid Adminifmzfion The students of El Cajon Valley High School are proud to boast an administration that has successfully conquered the numerous problems confronting this 363-'64 school year. Due to their year-round guidance, the ,64 graduates will forever retain a pleasant memory of their formative high school years. For this reason, we, the Associated Student Body, would like to extend Mr Lewis Smith our sincere appreciation for their fine support. Superintendent Mr. Harold Hughes Associate Superintendent Mr. Leon Lessinger Assistant Superintendent Mr John T Warburton Board of Trustees Assistant Superintendent Front Row: Portia Goode, Rexford Hall, President, Palmer Svalstad. Back Row: George Birch, Robert Dryden. Counselors y sw---...-.-t... . V,v, M i - K ' ,- "4 n. EQ Mr. Henry Senior Counselor 5 iii' if -. AlAW:l5if3i Mrs. Mayfield . junior Counselor h g Mrs. Mattingly Sophomore Counselor " ........... To err is human ........ . This our counselors know only too well. On a typical day in our counseling office you may find Mr. Henry counseling a busy Senior, Mrs. Mayfield phoning a worried parent, Mrs. Mattingly going through her files, and Mr. Haynes writing out a call slipgfor a forgetful Freshman. Our counselors were the first people to return to school in the fall. They made sure that new students were in the right classes, tangled with the IBM machines, and attempted to relieve the tension in overcrowded classrooms. During the fall, winter, spring, and summer, these people are always on the job helping students make plans for the finest education possible. Mr. Haynes Freshman Counselor Summer Summer is a smile, broad, unrestrained, A heartfelt smile, so warm, unfeigned. The teeming earth beneath its glow Breathes and responds, and row on row, Blossoms nod their genial heads And stretch their toes in earthen beds. -Molly Elaine johnson .M W, mf mi! Y ' V xl uv.. K ' .V , W 'A tbl 'W as-sv ,.... ' .,.,,, ,-mn. I af -7 L.,, , Y M pw is ., , , - .- ,.,L W W, ,, A ,,,C,, .walk 5 K ,W , A - ' Ny- wx Mu... ,M M W , f...,. . - .,- " " W: t. -f ' 'ww ., ,W mf- Q -WMS --N. 1 ,L .gf , ' ADAMS, RALPH P. shippdniburg State BAKER, STANLEY A. B.A., M.A. DePauw U. Stanford U. BROOKS, BARBARA J. B.A., M.A. Long Beach State College F.: Faculty BARTLETT, LESLIE K. SDSC CASTRO, JESS A. B.A., M.A. U. of Denver BASCOM, GEORGE R. B.A. M.A. S. D.S.C. Brigham Young U CHRISTIE, JAMES F. B.M.. M.M. Butler U BROOKS, JOSEPH B.A. S.D.S.C. CORDRY, ROBERT C. B.A. U. of Calif. Santa Barbara CURRY, EDITH M. B.A., M.S. Yankton College U. of Nebraska DEWEY, JAMES R. B.A., M.S. U.C.L.A. U.S.C. BEEKMAN, BONNIE L. B. A. U. of Iowa COCHRAN, SUE E. B.A., M.A. U. of Idaho Mills College 5-x f A ,-.. DYER, JAMES L B.S. U. of Calif. Davis Cal Poly BOSLEY, JAMES B. B.S., M.Ed. U.C. Davis COOK, MARIAN V. B.A. U. of No. Dakota Montana State Iowa State EASTLICK, THOMAS L. B.A. S.D.S. C. ELLIOTT, HARRY L. B.S. U. of Minnesota Faculty V ' ' '-" -1 . . 1':-25.52 Q, A I it .4 2 H I is FULCHER. ALAN B.A. S.D.S.C. FOSTER, ED C. B.A. S. D.S. C. K0""n'i GEHRKE, WALTER R B.A. U. of Utah f-'At GIBSON, MIA o. B.A. S.D.S.C. X 1 . W .. . GROSS, HERBERT M B.A. S. D.S.C. HALLI BU RTON, HAYNES, RICHARD BA MA Colorado U. HEATON, JAY E. B.A. S. D.S. C. HENRY. EDGAR L. Kansas State College HEGLAND, SHERIDAN N. JUANITA G. B.A. San Fernando State College B.A.. M.A. Stanford U. HILTON, JAMES C. B.S. S. D.S.C. HOFER.' JACK E. Montana State ,xg X HOLK, ERWIN B.S., M.A. U. of Minnesota IDLE. WALLACE S. D.S. C. College HIRSCH-BNERMA JA HOMESLEY. ROBERTTA L, U. of Caiif. at 5.3133 Santa Barbara Faculty JOHNSTON, JOAN M. B.A. Riverside City College S.D.S.C. KINGERY, CHARLES J. B.A. S. D.S.C. JUMP, ANABELLE C. U S C LINDSEY WALKER B S. D.S.C. LUTZ, HAROLD G. B.M., M.A. Clairmont U.S.C. LOGSDON. JOHN W. B.A., M.A. S. D.S.C. KNISS. RAYMOND A. B.S., Ed. Lock Haven State College LAMAR, ALBERT B.A. S. D. S. C. LEEWAYE, DAVID O. B.A.. M.A. Colorado State LYNCH JOHN E S. D.S.C. MA'I'I'INGLY. MAY B.S., M.A. U.S.C. Oregon State MATHEWS. EDWARD V. A.A., B.A. San Diego City College S.D.S.C. 24 LYONS, DONALD W. B. S. M. E. M.B.A. Purdue U. Indiana U. MALOVIC. JOHN M. B.A., M.A. Ball State Teachers College Cal Poly MAYFIELD. ANONA B.A.. M.A. Occidental S. D.S.C. POVENMIRE. GOLDIE B.A.. R.N., M.A. White Cross Hospital Ohio State S.D.S.C. to PRITCHARD. PATRICIA S B.A. U.C. L. A. QUAST. RONALD V. B.A. S.D.S.C. SCHWARTZ, BEVERLY B.A. U. of Calif. at Berkeley U.C.L.A. Faczzlzjf RICHARD. KEITH L. Indiana State . Teachers Col. RAVENSCROFT, JULIET U. of Calif. at Berkeley QUATROCHI, DONALD J. RIDGWAY, DIANE D. A.A.. B.A. Riverside City College S D S C U. C. L.A. STARK JOHN J B M S U. S. Military Academy U. of Wisconsin SMITHWICK, STUART D. B.A.. M.A. U. of Calif. at Berkeley STRESHLY. WILLIAM A B.A. U. of Calif. at Berkeley TOMPKINS. LEE C. B.A. S. D.S. C. Pomona College SMITH. ANDREW G. STONE. HOLLAND C. B.A.. B.D. U. of Redlands McCormick Theological Seminary S. D.S.C. WELBAUM, THOMAS A. B.S. Ed. Ohio State U. VAN NOTE, SAMUEL E. B.A., B.S., M.S. U.S.C. Pasadena College ' Central State TRYLA. JOHN E. College. Mivh WILLIAMS, DAVID B.A. B.S. S.D.S.C. S.D.S.C. 25 VVILLIAMS. WILLIAM J. B.A. S. D. S. C. Claysfed OFFICE STAFF Front Row: Mrs. Peebles, Mrs. Barron, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Ballantyne. Back Row: Mrs. Goward, Mrs. Barrows, Mrs. Bain, Mrs. Casner, Mrs. Pearson. The unity and efficiency of many of the functions and activities of our campus depends on these five groups of the Classified Staff. Each group has its own particular service which it accomplishes daily. From the programming and feeding of students, to the cleaning and perfecting of the grounds, the Classified Staff is an indispensable part of our school. CAFETERIA STAFF Left to right: Julia Lepper, Velva Turvey, Jessie Mainess, Thelma Marshand, Edna Trip- lett, Marie Henry, Mary McCain, Ruby Moffitt. mfjf Fixx' if -if . ra f fu CUSTODIAL STAFF Sears Frandsen, Larry Cardinal. Back Row: Donald Bendinelli, Paul Cater, Ad Bennett, Leo Waller, Arnold Henderson, Chas. Logan. XXX .W ' s , A, I' T54 GROUNDSMEN l ln. W . ., lx ' ll Ralph Crossier, Marion Pugh, Clinton Wise. I -- gi V s - F , To ' , .SW 1Z:' l '1'5sETr X 'fab' F , F F94 'Q If A., l 'ix P.E. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Buck and Mr. Slatinsky 27 Front Row: Ira Hines, Walter MacKinnon, , Summer A .5 . 1 3 Z ffl- ., r y L "'-Q. Ordinarily, people think of summer as a lazy time of the yearg however, you could see busy people at El Cajon High nearly every day during last summer. The administrators and A.S.B. were planning for the coming year and the library was organizing the text books and keeping the library available to summer school students. The incoming Seniors were having their pictures taken for the Incomparable '64 Legend, and the Specialties Corps and the foot- ball team practiced for their coming season. In reality, what appeared to be a lazy summer was actually a season of preparation for the coming year. 28 ctiviiiey ' ' X Q , Q i !g Lx A? P iq! if rkr, ' Y vb r v- 5 i ' ' A'iift A7 ff if M' 1 I , f I 'P T x Q " X fl. ,4 " A X V. A ' f '11. A u , .I ' L ,A 1 Qfyi 4 i if i E ll3l! Congratulations and thanks to the El Cajon Valley High School Associated Student Body for their support in our school's activities this year. Everybody did his part in helping El Cajon High represent our community and maintaining itls high standards. QAM Out of the harried confusion of the ASB office has come many mem- orable and exciting activities rang- ing from Homecoming Celebrations to Election Conventions. Thanks to the hard work of the ASB olhcers, commissioners, and assistants under the guidance of Mr. Herb Gross our '65-'64 school year will forever linger in our memories. The A.S.B. Assistants are: Dennis Ayres, Craig Tys- dal, Gary Kirk. Second row: Glen Breitenstein, john Kessler, Richard Hill. Third row: Sharon Cassity, Mike DeLonge, Elynda Merrill. Fourth row: janet Rose, Suellen Dowell. CNot pictured, Kathy Pearsonj Many successful extra-curricular activities took place at El Cajon Valley High School this past year. These activities in- volved several students in all grades. It is the business of student government at E.C.V.H.S. to plan and carry out the extra-curricular program. It requires good, dedicated leadership to do the job. The school can be justly proud of the leadership shown this past year and the accomplishments attained. I am very pleased to have worked with such an outstanding Z ,Wfff group! 7 s..,,,x Vw Y ,M l . ,V ww. 5 S 2 2 F 2 'V ,. 3412 ,su93s5w?2S5f?igS1 f mum A.,. QM ,f M Q iwsgiskg W Wy N35 ,fi A E ,, 1, Q VK lla-Y' ' my . . .,,. V, , ,-., , ' fi f i. i 'I . ' ' , . fb? aa. ., "Q-1 H . ..,,. - , 1-M 5. ,Sgr f A ' ' 35 f A N52 k' " fi Lia.: 12: ,V L E, I S' 4 H L. , :- K x ' IQ ' "k" ' V w -. 4--0+ - ' A ' L' --.....-Q--V -.. -.-v, wg ,. ,. 3..,,,,..:::...... -g--1--ar ,vi I , . ff '::-:P::...:::I::E?2.2'.:.'t" A S95 Z . - ' ' 3:5333-3Z2g:.'1 - i 1 . .W l ..-V: . " -1, , if M va' iz - " W A ' mm. 1 S ' A Q ,A .. ' 9' 1 3 ' V 5 Q f . 53 4 A - , ' QQ gg- 11 48 QQ QM? W t - 4 ' :::.x L 1 V x L : Janis Gates A Commissioner of 'Sales Arts f as vans, , M 3,5535 Yiifi in if-'-1515? V 'fsk ' 2912 Q C ommisfianenf Vicki Lenihan . . V Commissioner of Finance W Yfgzk' if-5. if I 7my2gswfmr i 'ff' 5 gil A Zi C. ' i . sw 1 5'2" X 'rf , gs V J x I i 5, f--:2i?M?f ' ii - 1 if 5 Us N? ,C 1 4,5 W' - . ,D C N. ' f' , f - M-ffsfziw, , Ml Commissi u Sgz T i -film 3 saefgizlm as ff is R? ' . H H A Us :is .Ps ff , as - . thletics t 5 W V , r .era , fs- 4 I . 3 fiijvg Diane Rosmann VL,n'-i 5, A, Y L 'U 1 3 Commissioner of Cultugal Affairsiggff 5 ,A . L V L - A -g 55 A V .N ,,.. L ' ., ,,Vk VK A Ron Walters Commissioner of Public Relations -ff Courtesy of Santa Maria Motors L Q was vw f ESQ . ,, 34 Legend CO-EDITORS N-.MM It is A impossible to conceive the many hours of toil and labor that have gone into this annual, but the tedious work cannot possibly compare with the excitement, anxiety, and pride that fills the staff when the books arrive. Gil Gillen, Jeanne Cline, and advisor, Mr. John Logsdon have guided the staff in the production of the Incomparable Gil Gillen Jeanne Cline Sfdf '64 LEGEND. It is with great pride that we now Q W present the '64 LEGEND staff. V ' t, it I f 'Q, Q , A is at ' e"'s W D K Z , X , ' C if t .U Joann Hinkle, Senior Editor Brian Collier, Photographer " ' C Anita Coulon Art Editor Allen Parish, Photographer 34 4? 6 Mr. John Logsdon, Advisor Glenn Breitenstein, Sports Editor Photo Editors Darlene Franklin and Mary Siegmund, ff! Bev Ramsey, Business Manager was Q Assistants, Front Row: Andra Roe, Judy McClard, Jackie Brean, Mary Lou Bauer. Back ROW! Christine Lehman, Doug Williams, Carolyn Thorogood. 35 4 -1-Q... S- it 3 - xi , .oamw , WW, aa 3 -we . , .- , .M W WEEKS? W1'i'g?3i?3iS5f" fS' ,,,,,w3Ea211w,f3?'5f f2Q?Sseew,m51i3.f2 EWEEFQYS. in :ii Qwwfveiiiwaw g . , Yam . 'egvissgqt rim W' 'Yfwagr-L.. AESW YE 2355 w,5,3g,gg gggggw ,w ,,S.3,Q 15 ? ul . GQ- I ML sw- wages een f fa.. ra, ,G ga. a A - we gang 5. W W, as Q Q , Ma. 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A Q3 m..i..2. 2 2234? rf-222222 ifjsrwtpf e2 2:12 is Feature Editor-Marlo Hills, Editorial Editor- Sherry Sorrenson 2 ' 2 2 .M , .2 21, ,W V., M12 2 'Q ing 315.226, H-at 'lfilfi 4, 1 Qi 2 2 5 5553 5 , 12 Vt. 2, 5 3 2 M mveiie Cmiby- ANARROWOFACTION S "Are they ever going to an- nounce the awards?" 3 , Y, Y toriang Wanda Conaway, Treasurer. K " is Red skirts and white ,blouses at Chaffey. Early morning on the bus. M 3 L A , m Q , 4 x " - w .. k f 4 K V , " af ' M ' A -1 , 0 G 5 ' A" ' d f n 1 M n Whew! OFFICERS Anrta Coulon Secretar ' Beck Moreno, Hzs- What, no smile? .: , BRA VETTE LEADERS , , W , gylggvz V li liqzzqyz bZ .A , I -THE POINT OF THE ARROW sr X . ,af R Miss JOHNSTON 4 .41 in I Q K W if gh , I Advisor gl U, r R . N' 'Bs 45 DONNA RAAB MANETTE MICHEL Flag Lieutenant Flag Lieutenant 15 z - i 'A w L'VLl1 , XX MARILYN DEW I as i' 9 Captain 3 5 y XNYI PT - WL' KAI 'li I Z ,Q :lz I X KATHY PEARSON I Ni L Hand Lieutenant ' ' 3 v I Z I is sqm: 1 K e ft Q It Q 7 yi I JOANN HINKLE Hand Lieutenant E r if Q 5 2 ni I L h J lk. 5 a T4 ,E i r' L E . ri . f, 3' K. La 1 3 i. IQ fi S F v E rg 5 V1 Q. sg. Q V 22 Q 'Q vs if r 1' ,. lb vm 5' Si' J gs C! E -I 'S E 4' L ' 1 i if I F! -I N.. .MH ,uilil-,. -M ,h,..,,,, ,WW WM M., .M .. ..,,,..,..,a-M.-,M. W. ... ,,., .1,a,...N. U,..,., ,.,v-ns,,,-, Mui- ,. ..,,.,, ,. BAND STAFF . 1. 5. Q. -is 1, 525 -A -I -Jil , . ,K,,. , I BAND DIRECTOR: aiet Mr- Christie ..r,-Syl My pwl, V, mj,jj,,.jFkQ,gi 'QL 'iff "'ff'w ' if ' i sf .Q - -'-" 'irq ,,... gf .:-. ..,as-:--,ff F f i as agp r f 3 lavage W 6 2 tx I K ,rum ,F as sg, gl Y, ,sr gt s E ff 'Sv S H ,1M-Biff 'R+ if r 45, S f i ii. t, as 3, , , M ' LL :X , , .z32j.M, . ra I, ,.,,w.'fZy mfzg, wx-1-we -. ws: -. :ws IJ' , 'lf nggcie 4 is W -F W -wa,x,:,,r r ,, is . ... is 5 'N we as 1' iwfigsi K 5 is 2 Q3 s Q -r ,J M s Y. xy S- sr E sr K sf , SEQ, E, 3-as 75- in ff A J 5' fffv -Egifts it :gg-gif P , J 9536 by ,R Jun k ,gfi , , was H j is ref, M fff5'ff'raf ' , A ra ,fi it in .43-, H-P EL CAJON BANNER Karen Nagle, Paula Cresswell, Rober- ta Gibbons, Terri Thompson, Jerri Bell, Sharon Jeffries, Sylvia Reyes, Pam Maxfield, Melinda Mills, Lola Mac Fadean. New additions to the marching unit this year were the pennant corps with their colorful flying flags and a banner composed of girls other than Bravette corps members. The parade banner included representatives from the ninth through twelfth grades who were responsible for creating a first impression of El Cajon in the minds of thousands of parade spectators. It has been traditional, however, to send a flag banner to Long Beach as the corps do not march in the event. Ten juniors and seniors carried the feathery El Cajon banner and earned 25 out of a possible 25 points from both judges at the All Western Band Review. 42 DRUM MAJORETTE Sandy Stout Wm eiyeiff V: rl, . - twig: I -435 COLOR GUARD: Wannetta Mikol, Sonia Harden, Ran- di O'Brien if VARSITY BAND TWIRLER: Patty Corle FLAG CORP BANNER: Donna Raab, Jeanne Samples, Rande Crockett, Manette Michel, Paula Cox- on, Annie Moreno, Claudia Haworth, Karen Stewart, Janice Serrao, Mari- lyn Dew, jackie Pierson. ff f? 4-A Y -f 'il'-22':.f sr- l- 3 f 1 'J : 4, "" t k- .' 2 w K Y., Eg ,xt 511 ,I- ...Sf f ' 'erm 2, s fi? Q sv 8. 5 U www Y. sg, f-D U - ,, 1' ls: N.-fa iii? 12,1 V' fl V ' I. sais N - A -5:3 r fb QQ-3 f .4 1 r my ,'-X I, ax X ed!! haf 'XX A-Q53 ,. .N . r -hm Q5 X fb gm fi? ,. . 5 JD' 44'f'Z':,x X RX! 5: ,g , Q, - wi af" OR A fresh, clear sound appeared on campus during the 1963-64 school year at E.C.V.H.S. The biggest and best choir we have ever had, over 70 members, was responsible for the agreeable melody. The opening of school last FALL found hopeful young vocalists eager to join their voices to bring honor to our school. The hard work and extra hours Put in by the Choir Staff which is guided by Choir Manager, Elynda Merrill, kept all of the choir functions running smoothly. Among these events were the Christmas and Spring Concerts given for the benefit of the Braves and Maidens at El Cajon, several District Concerts and Festivals, as well as presentations for a number of community groups and clubs. New this year was a Solo Concert in the SPRING featuring individual singers, duets, and other small groups. Of course none of these concerts would have been possible without the able direction of Mr. Harold Lutz. Besides using his ear for music and his director's baton to shape Mr' Lutz the sound he desired, Mr. Lutz also designed the newly-constructed risers which were used by the choir at all rehearsals and school performances. E.C.V.H.S. would like to express its appreciation to the members of the Concert Choir and also wish continued success to future El Cajon Choirs. 1 i " f, ,. ., ,, I- V it 7 i "'. In . W N, 1 . Q,-'ve Y .ww ,My WW ..,, ,,. 'V' A -,u ills l A T 'X V.,. , -W , , X W I 5 ' 4 e Ng? R- 5 X ,Nw , 5 5 xp, 1 3 W2 46 ,. Fai? 'f"?s Choir Cafldlds ChOlr Staff - FIRST ROW: Sonia Harden, Donna Bailey, Loretta Bolda. SECOND ROW: Benne Hanenburg, Paula Solomon, Connie Randal, Bonnie Gilb. THIRD ROW: Walter Nelson, Sharon Porter, Regina Davis, Elynda Merrill, Margaret Easter. FOURTH ROW: Ken Snow, Ellis Henton. 47 Now the summertime is over and the autumn days are here- The richest, rarest, ripest days through all the whole long year. For October skies are bluer than the skies of any June, And the earth is brimmed with beauty on this smiling afternoon. There is not the simple sameness as in summer's robe of green, For gay colors, bright and vivid, sparkle in the harvest scene. Fa!! x . X V7 x, ff ' I 1, Q- 4 3 as ' fg 'it+'ik't?sf3?"4'4 f all AV A M 225543 t ,PgQs5',2' ,, f .w my 1 - if Yi I 2 QQQYJ 2936 X9 Q J. asv -svaivh A T THE BEGINNING . . . 5, 2 'fx ,AQ www- 98 0' :Fifi .V-a7 ' 'Q fl, w,.,.r.s - wi I 1. 'Q X ,, s wkft R w , il, 1 if 1 Fall brings more with it than brilliant leaves and chilly skies, it announces the beginning of a great adventure for the 9th freshman class of E1 Cajon Valley High School. Nervous, but eager for the future and its rewards and responsibilities, these "frosh" faced the first hectic week with much pride and spirit .... May this same spirit guide them successfully through the next full and memorable four years. 50 if S, DFA GREAT. .. 3 'Q ww 'J' Q-" 3.-5 reshmen As school opened in the Fall, Freshmen found themselves caught up in the usual whirl of activity with initiation and orientation. Gradually, as things calmed down, the Freshman Class was able to take great strides in social and academic development. The English and Geography Seminars, offered for the first time, gave Freshmen the opportunity to do private research and study. In addition to the scholastic activities of their first year in high school, the Freshmen also enjoyed a successful year socially, highlighted by the sponsorship of a booth at the Mardi Gras and their traditional Freshman Dance. FRONT ROW: Janis Tuttle, Treasurer, David Newton, President, BACK ROW: Mr. B. Williams, Advisor, Marjorie Applegate G11 David Morse, Vice-President, Karen Nagle, Secretary. da Ortiz, Representatives-at-Large, Mr. T. Eastlick, Advisor. 'Qi Z R. L Per. 1 Sz 2 I N D S E Y ,. -ILL.- 1 1 FRONT ROW: Gay Weller, Linda Richmond, Carol Lewis, Gail Fergason, Sharon York. BACK ROW: Crispin, Nancy Hart, Mickey Townley, Larry Kings- Susan Prather, Bruce Sheppard, Jim Hofeman, Pat land, Steve Meyering, Greg Papstein, Rick Lazelle. Donavan, Dennis Stover, Bob Chandler, Jon Mc- MIDDLE ROW: Susan Tyschen, Deborah Record, Kinley. Barbara Dawson, Susan Ditler, Kathy Kuntz, Marlyn Per. 1 8: 2 FRONT ROW: William Gill, John Jolly, Sandy Alice Fontenot, Christene Baldwin, Janet Jolly. Scott, Bernadette Pruett, Bethline Rose, Pauline Gar- BACK ROW: Carol Rogers, Steve Frazer, Henri cia, Gilda Ortiz. MIDDLE ROW: Bruce Fitzgerald, Keors, Bob Franklin, Alfred Goodwin, Peter Curione, Lyman Shackelford, Bill Williams, Pat Lassabe, Rob- Tom Horney, Bernard Houlihan, Martin Guiliani, erta Gibbons, Margaret Reyes, Marguerite McGuire, Per. 1 8: 2 FRONT ROW: Bill Vannice, Joe Battaglia, Fred Lynda Pothier, Joan Kenney, Karen VanVechten, Agundes, Rick Noorda, Vern Homes, Carlos Sancida, Joyce Orendruff. BACK ROW: Don Sanford, Ken Patricia Marberg, Judy Sadulski, Donna Penn. MID- Wheeler, Doug Smith, Jim Taylor, John Meyering, DLE ROW: Billy Hanenburg, Sam Leeper, Channis Ed Murray, Dave Wells, Russ Lojoie, Alene Daw- Laffey, Dave Hamilton, Jamie Rogers, Mike Colvin, son, Linda Maleta, Trudy Scheeler. M R. S M I Per. 1 8: 2 T H W I C K FRONT ROW: Cynthia Ulloa, Lucy Sandaval, Nat- Winters, Linda Kings, Lurene Martin. BACK ROW: alie Ogden, Janne Rucker, Ken Pipken, John Hyaht, Wes Young, Hoyt McGarity, Jim Walker, Larry Jerry Davis, Ken Bottom, Steve Lemboke, Jim MacLean, JoAnn Meeks, Pat Ellington, Chris Com- Hart. MIDDLE ROW: Byron Moyes, Mike Wain- monis, Barbra Sanders, Susan Volore, Terresa Kitch- scott, Larry Smiley, Jack Edwards, Carol Twite, Bon- ing, Claudia Schlegel. . . nie Munday, Dee Stanley, Terry Hocott, Karen Courtesy of BT21521921 12323503531 Per. 2 Per 2 fa.,-M FRONT ROW: Ava Hernandez, Levina Houck, Socorro Machado, Mike Blevins, Armando Valencia, Robert Roberson, Floyd Foelsch, John Scire. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Lane, Debbie Kennel, Joyce Ladd, Ken Ruiz, FZ WG'-I-H-Iwbfrri Jerry Eshnaur, Robert Root, Dave Hinkle, Mike Tem- ple, Roy Shenski. BACK ROW: Judy Ross, Charlotte Hanson, Tony Rodesky, Chuck Temple, Bob Supinger, Jim Donohoe, Ken Brand, David Howell. WZ Ddibgbfr-1 Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Pat Ainsley, Jack Berry, Linda Wheelock, Ronney Cooper, Refugio Bravo, Randy Foster, Jim Pixler Larry Brimner, Richard Tysdal, Dale Gillihan, Janne Cla- Chuck Strand. BACK ROW: Shirley Haislip, Sheila Baker son, Cleo Schmitt, Chuck Clark. MIDDLE ROW: Cheryl Pat McLarney, Sally Hull, Dave Treadwell, Steve Hoff Cavanaugh, Brenda Slade, Faye McCullough, Mike Powell, man, Steve Hill, Bill Posey, Karen Bever. W3 UZDfr-'Cdr-ni Dominguez, Monya Barton, Wayne Ritayak, Louis Imdim- FRONT ROW: Glen McPhee, Doug O'Brien, Steve DeLong, John Crampton, David Armstrong, Mike Kwi- att, Bill Soto, Barbara Krumm, Joyce Whatle, Loretta Romero, Margie Bookout, Darlene Zimmerman. MID- DLE ROW: Carolyn Elkins, Connie Gilb, Peggy Preece, Pat Taft, Kathleen Vanholst, John Powers, Judy Workman, Roberta Meza, Sandra DuChyrme, Vivian Roper, Barbara Krumm, Oneta Boyd. BACK ROW: Mike Hendricks, Tom Louis, Danny English, Lonnie Hatfield, Mike Smith, Joe Rogers, Jerry Young, Harold Connell, Frank Alvarez, Robert Armann, Johnny Par- sons, Bill McMurtry, Ken Hobbs. f-Q 77-,Tl S5575 2033 ...g1P-l-1 552121 l-:Timo rn 'Ug US' xmas O:E.cn QEWE' V' P-n .. O mai: H F5259 Efnffii U, o Zrgl 3.3-4' vgmf U5 255 O vi 9-4 'CJ ga gU3....r1 52.557 CDF r H P 22552 35:3 V' D- -mn 252 in ...ai Eames rar? wgmo- Pggp 5F22 :H': A157 Qwz some me Cr' Q- 'O 9:33 ggi' Egg? E Sag: z Dm 520 :JSWU-'5 - :lc w'5Q ogg'- IJP1g3g ZZUQQ Z Him '5'H::m 3' gi. PSF?- 4 YU 22 1'4!'D ai? 'Umo- n-N W l1'lIJl"-ID-Z U12 Per. 2 v-It-i1ODUncn:t-ncjasm Per. 3 l FRONT ROW: Peggy Bernard, Diana Bryan, Annette Allison, Kathy Beuer, Carol Hines, Barbara Harris, Polly Pagan, Judy jesperson, Frank Taber, Nathan Dubois, Sandie Pflaum, Tom Murillo. MIDDLE ROW: Jan Coates, Terry Smithey, Dorothy Washkevich, Lynn Rae Allen, Sherry Vierkant, Mary Vierkant, David Hill, X taht! Doug Woolley, Allen May, Sherry McBride, Irene Kenner. BACK ROW: Nina Leekley, Lynn Snodgrass, Nancy Price, Doug O'Coyne, Dennis Kreiter, Larry King, Gary Weston, Gary Nunes, Mike Harto, jack Williams, Steve Hampshire, Larry Ruiz. vm-irriei-1202 Per. 3 N, FRONT ROW: Terry Lashier, Susan Jack, Cathy Garcia, Carol Maichok, Bill Elberfeld, jim Steinhoff, Steve Cooley, Grant Lynn, Steve Choisser, Med Beauregard. MIDDLE ROW: Sue Perry, Nancy Mose, Sharmie Blevins, Sharon Reynolds, Karen Hansen, Alan Kent, Gary Stone, jim Ken- X ' it 33 I FRONT ROW: Teri McGauley, Linda Galloway, Debbie Schwank, Leah Hughes, Gordon Brooke, Steve Shewmake, Wally Benson, Terry Moelter. MIDDLE ROW: Diane Lawrie, Donna Christensen, Cheryl Hilton, Pat Lucas, S T R E Per. 3 S H L E Y ney, Richard Gonsalves. BACK ROW: Rhonda VanHou- ten, jo Hinds, Diana Ginos, Paula Cresswell, Kathy Vock- rodt, Mark Houghbty, john Wray, Terry Kas, Barbara Vunder, Sheri Roberts. Brad Park, Al Wallace, Harlan Truman, Larry Falls. BACK ROW: Janis Tuttle, Frieda Landolf, Debbie Bland, Dennis Diehle, Dennis Masson, Russell Klein, Ray Cross- ley, Mike Reinhold, Glen Baggett, Don Boyett. PHZOP-Iw Per. 3 fn., f5 FRONT ROW: Ron Wessel, David Santana, jim Plum- Tom Wolvatne, Ron Barker, Mark Makings, Toni Pay- mer, Dennis Davenport, Linda Buchanan, Rita Basey, an, Ricky Hartman. BACK ROW: Tom Barnes, Felix Richard Noyes, Maria Parker, Anna Reydaga. MIDDLE Ramirez, jerry McDonald, Roger Zay, Ron Dominguez, ROW: Dennis Wagner, Leland Adams, Nan Taylor, jim Gaines, Mike Reardon, Dennis Bond, Paul Miller. l Z 1' FRONT ROW: Douglas Dowers, john Prak, Mike Da- vis, Darry Thompson, Randy Bridweel, Larry Driggers, Richard Hall, Candy Butler, jim Chiaramonte, Cindy Naslund, Rose Frazer. MIDDLE ROW: Chris Poppo- lardo, Sue Passafume, Francis Larrabee, john Duager, Evelyn Briden, Andy DiGugglielmo, Cynthia Runje, Per. 5 P53 mgrr1,1I2,'v-153 FRONT ROW: Sue Eister, Leslie Pugh, Reiko Kubota, Larry Wince, Frank Barrett, Cathy McCutcheon, Gayle Topp. MIDDLE ROW: Pam Smart, Bonnie Lawton, Lucia Edmonson, Vicki Brubaker, Leslie Shoquist, Pat Speckman, R. E A S T Per. 4 L I C K Diana Casteel, jackie Pericone, Lynda Lowry. BACK ROW: John Wrightson, Dave Coleman, Carol Brewer, Tom Brady, Dick Wassam, Mike Ward, NieLs Poulsen, john Risher, joe Cruz, Paula Donoho, Seth Miller, Ed Denure. M R. S T R E Per. 5 S L I Y Linda Patton, Leah Linn. BACK ROXV: Marylee Mershon, janet Solowey, Sharon Ricketts, Carol Tozer, Charles Solo- mon, Bob Houghton, Wayne Kirk, Dale Sievert, Carol Smith. FRONT ROW: Carolyn Florence, joan Smale, Clayre Weiss, janet Kroupa, Ray Hayes, David Nash, George Garris, Mar- jie Applegate, Belinda Nelson, Barbara Davey. MIDDLE ROW: Janice Creed, Susan Davis, Karen Nagle, Faith Janes- ki, Pamela Keeling, Janice Cordaro, Carol Keppler, Heloise it. Slekman, joan Warren, Milton Wyatt, Anderson. BACK ROW: Harris Scott, Charles Sperry, Roger Gregory, David Morse, Tim Barrett, Dan Fitch, Robert Tock- stein, james Halverson, Terry james, Dennis Bowling, Ronnie Brean, Bob Thomas. Tom Petree, Roger M I S S R A V Per. 5 E N S C R O F T FRONT ROW: Gary Ruble, jim Ralph, Leon Smith, Nancy Wray, Gloria Hansen, Margery Lakin, Carol G0rd0n Hum, Jerry Owens, Louis Pandolfi, Cynthia Osgood. THIRD ROW: Glen Saallons, Bill Horton, Gray, Dora WHldfiP, Janet NU55, Caml Campbell- Don Melrose, Leroy Woods, David Newton, Mickey MIDDLE ROW! Gayle GUSC, Judy Williams, John Campbell, Bobbie Setzer, Christine Kramlich, Susan Roybal, RCU Walkefs Mike Johnston, Gail Pefmlngmfl, Mackenson, Cyndee Rickert, Mary Ann Potoky. M R. W Per. 3 E I B A U M FRONT ROW: Sally Rolph, Lori Stammen, Sharon Lan- bury, Betty Sparks, Ben Micheli, Tim Baer, David Priddell, nom, JoAnn Cribben, Fay McDowell, Sharon Renn, Kathy Ben Thayer. THIRD ROW: Charles LaPietra, Keith Rocho, Kenny, Cheryl Waller, Linda Bender, Sherry Hughey. MID- Tom Bevis, Jim Nlm'-355-Zeffl, 106 Jones, David Palflfk, Gene DLE ROW: Charles Howell, scott Dixon, Ed Pulsifer, vefi Tucker, Dave Bingham, Bill Baxter, Randy Hawker- Peterson, Darlene Clemmons, Sue Meisinger, Susan Salis- F E S f'Xtil,- FRONT ROW: Caroline Morgan, Charlene Stocker, Nancy Judy Karasek. BACK ROW: Candy Ryll, Emmet Murphy, Sanchez, jerris Hewitt, Vicki Baker. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Doug O'Coyne, Fred Woolston, George Wallace, Don Holt, Doug Walter, Pat Dege, Belinda Stout, Linda Bohac, Mundy, Richard Cox. 57 R H M E N Sophommfey The Class of 1966 has defied the traditional lethargy that usually besets most classes in their Sophomore year. By daring to be different, the Sophomore class has experienced great success this year. Two of their unique activities have been the selling of Christmas trees for the junior Chamber of Commerce and picture postcards of the school. In addition, they sponsored the annual Sophomore Dance, a Sock Hop, and manned a booth at the Mardi Gras It appears that the Sophomores have entered into their high school careers with the true spirit of Braves. President, Mike Schubert, Darlene Swisher, Historian. Lareg Mr. Smithwick, Mr. at large. 3 E e L Linda Davis, Bonnie Hansen. BACK ROW: Dave My- ers, Richard Arnold, john Clements, Bruce Wray, Ke- vin Golding, Earl Helmer, june Brewer, Cathy Mills Kathy Bertrand, Marcy Reth. R. L A Per. 1 M A R FRONT ROW: Don Hunt, Bruce Swank, Gabrielle Ison, Darlene Swisher, Vicky Buckingham, Donna Sloan, Debbie Harper, Kathy Morgeson. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Alborg, jim Lenihan, Brian Acord, Nikki Smith, Patricia Keehner, Carol Fyles, Penny Rocho, M R. L Per. 1 Y N C H FRONT ROW: Connie Cline, Janet Zeller, Diane Stam- men, Cindy Russel, Geri Roach, Nancy Turbin, Bobbi San- ders, Patty Anger. MIDDLE ROW: Eileen Penman, Donna Warlick, Sandy Popp, Linda Carlson, Carolyn Savoie, jean fa. ,. W B.. 1: fe, FIRST ROW: Charlotte Harris, Diane Forshaw, Anna Owens, Lora Lincoln, jane Fletcher, Pam Nash, Linda Schaefer, Judy Tomberlin, Jill Bell, Sandy Ferry. SECOND ROW: Bruno Zardini, jim DuB0rd, Dianna Kings, Jan Womack, Shirley Warren, Miskouski, Shirley Haughawot, Sharon Sparling, Kay Doughty, Hurley, Carol Barnett, Sandy Harrie. BACK ROW: Mark Homer Don Hodgkinson, Don Westerfeld, Mike Shubert, Mike Tramel, Annie johnson, Glenn Martin, Tom Streenan Jerry Shirey. M R. S T E S H E Y Gary Kwaresboro. THIRD ROW: Phil Schiegal, Greg Thomas, Wes Hodges, Ray Sutton, Alan Nephew, Byron Polen, Guillermo Diaz. BACK ROW: Mike Peightal, Larry Bill Bowen, Ron Schaefer, Tom Shea, Arley Johnson, jim Ridens, Richard Rousseau. Per. 1 X .......a Coffey, Craig Smith, Mike Sagar, Linda Childers. THIRD ROW: Ron Talty, Terry Sussan, Mary Had- ley, Sandra Nunes, Linda Oates, Arlene Isachsen, Sally Seyler, Steve Ulsund, Norman Bettencourt, Tom De- Longe, Joe Graham. FRONT ROW: Susan Hespeler, Jeannie Smith, Nancy Keller, Gayle Barnard, Jim Wooliscroft, Dick Bisto- deau, Grant Mitchell, Kenneth Reid, David Jeffcoat. MIDDLE ROW: Shirlee Bastian, Lorie Bolda, Linda Jensen, Linda Kinch, Joyce Suggs, Paul Nobbs, Mel WZ CCOZKH Per. 2 FZ Per. 2 ZO'-iw B1 FRONT ROW: Charlotte Cannon, Melinda Mills, Kathy Joanne HOSUQ, Caf0lYf1 521-ll, Dan Martin, Jim Smith, War Rohn, Marilyn Cook, Becky K1-ick, Carol Campbell, Susan ren Moore. BACK ROW: Kerry Brookman, Merlin Nielsen Bledsoe, Theresa Thomas, Judy Adkisson. MIDDLE ROW: La Var P05255 Tom Mldlel, Harold Buflefi I-af1'Y Ruff John Diegnan, Joe Verdugo, John Eskew, Cheryl Means, Mike Cruz, VHUCC Jones, DOH Caflwfl- wZDfUIP FZ Per. 5 sina, Donna Fontaine. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Creed, Gene WHISOH. Paul Peelef, Dave C3mC1'0Il- Rake, Jim Messina, Sam Vella, Gary Shidner, Mike Garcia, FRONT ROW: Thorris Sutowski, Judy Bistodeau, Vaughan, Fran Zulkowski, Linda Dakis. BACK Lorraine LaPietra, Anita Orpikowski, Sandy Wassam, ROW: Ben Real, Jerry Raney, .Tom Jones, John Anna Lara, Julia Curione, Sue Brown, Sandra Allison. Houghtby, Larry Hargreaves, Gil Meachum, Carl MIDDLE ROW: Kathy Rustin, Linda Christensen, Chiaramonte, Jim Towner, John Burgess, Jim Hunter. Sheila Taylor, Sherry Miller, Nora Evans, Virginia ,wt Eg' FZ' an-l 'fav U50 'E D? on U5 SQ ms-4 DO 5.57 D QS? V PN W 552 E . we we. sw: MV I-'II gn!!! 551 nfl- D2 Ze FDC Chi-1 .. W E0 O: N 'se ?i ve D rv? fb an SW P 5 O 5? N :T Em W? fm 21,5 F 5? 0-Q U'-cn mm DD 92 fbi- - ww O U-Z1 S0713 cn7100'Z1W Per. 5 FE EOZKIH Per. 5 i fl, .IB S m, 2 FRONT ROW: Pam Maxfield, Sandra Mallette, len Peratt, Rob Maier, John Slatinsky, Richard Ken- Cheryle Markle, Pam Watson, Gwen Grosse, Bonnie drick. BACK ROW: Harold Bryan, Bob Menzie, Krumm, Dian Batson, Connie Behnke, Mary Sickler. Dave Anderson, Gary McGinnis, Orin Peterson SECOND ROW: Carol Bubel, Benet Foures, Sheila Randy Taft, Bob Weston, Ken Wikoren, Terry La- Clark, jack Ewert, Ray Davis, Harold Hastings, Al- Violette, Mike Freyler. 5 'Pl-'wr-4PUv-I F53 Per. 3 FRONT ROW! Laffl' Pi9I'C9, Mike Tllfflef, Chris AVCYY, Edmondsen, Mike Kitchings, John Hanson, Pat Gay, John Toni 013911, Carolyn Rusfin, Jail Easton, BUSY Hill, JOYCC Haislip. BACK ROW: John Ozark, Wally Hirsch, Roger Thomas, Gary PCTCISOII, Dean Most. MIDDLE ROW: IOC Clark, Eddy Johnston, Mike Whittles, John Weaver, Wayne Ymlflgwifih, Chufik Bye, I-CH Wilson, Ronny Falls, Steve Niderost, Bob Dent, Paul Schauble, Gene Gillard. S0773 Per. 4 IAWOODUUJ FRONT ROW: Barbara Forsberg, Kay Batchelder, Diane Bakken, Sandi Witcraft, Diane Menzie, Sue Lauthard, Donna jackson, janet Wooters, Dorothy Shaplin, Marilyn Elliott, Wolfe, Karen Matthews, BACK ROW: Steve King, Terry Joyce Howard, Barbara Nelson, Frieda Taylor. MIDDLE Brannon, Dave Strumski, Danny Weis, john Wilson, Randy ROW: Jim PCI1'0D0liS, Jack Butler, Vera Keller, Bonnie Krauss, Steve Reynolds, Ken Snow, Bill Jerse, Ray Sheriff. PZ wbgww Per. 4 FRONT ROW: Frances Terry, Nicki Fontaine, Judy gle, Mike Avila, john Bevis. BACK ROW: Richard Hobbs, Roberta Randall, Stephanie Mclvain, Bonnie Marrs, Tom Davis, Bob Allen, john Webb, Gary Kar- Lawrie, Lynda Bordenet, Sharon Finelli. MIDDLE nopp, Bob Schlegel, Ruben Real, Johnny East, Bill ROW: Bill Moebus, Walter Robeson, Cree Hyde, Pat Fieds, Howard Taylor, Dora Ford, Ralph Schwaesdall. Wilson, Sandra English, Sharman Massena, Carl Din- Z R. L Y N Per. 4 C H , Q -'Q FRONT ROW! R0dflCY Bryant, MafShH Davis, DOUGH Eisefl- Noel, Robert Revette. BACK ROW: Steve DeBreau, Don smith, Coralee Eaton, Sharon MacFadean, Ollie Martin, Ann Jaqkson, Gary Meiginger, Bob Steele, Archie Rhodes. Prak, Harold Rice. MIDDLE ROW: joe Holder, Michael Richard Nesgel, Preston, Mike Wentz, Norman jones, Richard Willet, Ron M R. ,Ii Per. 5 M A R FRONT ROW: Barbara Norlin, Sandra Duffin, Sheila Tru- George Lathrop, Gary Hansen, Phil Mathes, Bill Nelson. man, Libby Garcia, Helen Waters, Kay Atkinson, Linda BACK ROW: Dennis Smith, Ed Fordyce, Phil Forman, Catalda, Carol Lajoie, Carol Gaedke. MIDDLE ROW: Ron- Cary Clemmons, Kent Hammond, August Swanson, Steve nie Pulsifer, Chester Alan, Glendol McClure, Fred Rolph, Sherwood, Mike McDuffee. M R. L Per. 5 Y N C H l X, FRONT ROW: james Arnette, Linda Hom, Charlene Ferebee, JoAnn Ford, Sharon Jeffries, Chris Sarot, Doug MacDonald, Phil Brownlee. MIDDLE ROW: Alan Brassch, Marie Elliott, Angela Currier, Pat McAtee, Gary Dinkins, Roger Topp, Doug Roper, Richard Altman. THIRD ROW: Greg Thatcher, jim Smith, Lynn Wiengand, Bill Eastman, Jim Nuss, Jess Carreon, Harry Keehan, Bob Stevens. BACK ROW: jack Chan, Gerald Kitt, Bill Swegles, Tom Callahan, Gary jones, Bob Hoxter, Mike Davis, Victor Anderson. Per. 6 Per. 6 FZ "45UUPUOC'5 FRONT ROW: Kay Fisher, Linda Paxton, Cindy Ra- Thompson, Connie Randal, Ruthi Rockwell, Terry mirez, Pamela Pla, Laurie Miller, Cindy Dressler, Pam Thompson, Betty Barnett. BACK ROW: Angel Battag- Chaney, Glenna Rich. MIDDLE ROW: Vicky Call, lia, Richard Walton, Wes Dye, john Korchick, Darrell Toni Dibler, Sandy Fuller, Marsha Wygonik, Gerrie Hascal, David Meyering, Royce Lincoln, Lynne Wolfe. at im.- FRONT ROW: Lyneal Dodgen, Barbara Horn, Cindi Clark, Delores Moser, joan Pennington, Sally Crispin, Lois Con- Marianne Dineen, Karen Passafume, Debbie Ackroyd, Nancy statz. BACK ROW: Rich Rogers, Wade Horwood, Brian Nephew, Linda Owens. MIDDLE ROW: Bruce Smith, Jo- Guiliani, Victor Moberg, Ricky juberg, Dixie Williams, hanna Hinds, Theresa Erreca, Nancy Stone, Mary Brotherton, Joyce Woods, Loyett Borger, Mary Pagan, JoAnn Theis. wmwOZOI10w Y-8 Q 6 , , 9 5 'Jr I ii FRONT ROW: Sue Farley, Sandy Fuller, Corie Forsythe, Linnea Lawrence, Mary Millikan. BACK ROW: Bob Menzie. Anita Orpikowski, Susan Fororr, MIDDLE ROW: Beckie Craig Smith, Chuck Queen, Jimmy Burke. Brown, Sherry Miller, Connie Yount, Colleen McLaughlin, 63 FZ wzwdw Another Tremendous Half-time Show Fa!! Crowning Another Queen .S , :fb o , 64 We Goltum Peace Pipe Braves On The Warpath Acfivifiey N i l .'A . ' , it si If .xt I il 5' . i. Q! ' s Li .,, I 7554 nn Beauties Of The Harvest Ball Who's Got The Ball? 65 Freshmen Are Getting Bigger I The Girls' League In Action 1 n 5 K I m P 4 i X i 1 --H v f11m11wv11l.. .ummm 1,111 ,1 1 Y , 1. 1 1 L 11111111 1 1 1 11-,1A.:f1w:1,a11:: , 11 -11 1 , ,, 1 1 11, 5 vw , f , w L W EQWLR , +13 Mr. Keith Richards, Director "On stage everybodyll' With these simple words the wheels of a finished production are set spinning and an audience may find itself caught up in the hilarity of a comedy, the tenderness of a drama, or the action of a fast-paced musical. Drama at El Cajon reached a new high this year with a year-round program highlighted by fall's "Miracle Worker the winter production of "Out of the Frying Pan," and "Damn Yankees," Spring's presentation . . . Aki' "" NMIRA CLE WORKER" JP at L V V as a , . 01.51 , +--ffl ' fs,...,1: vu - 7 l t 11 -1 V u CAST LIST: Dr.-Larry Castillo, Kate-Judy Buehner, Keller- Wayfne Thornton, Helen-Carol Roberson, Martha-Carol Bent- son-Janne Clason, Percy-Walt Kitching, Aunt Eve-Mlilynda Mei'- rill, James-Ken Snow, Dr. Fenway-Les Bangs, Annie-Jerry Eastman, Viney-Pat Muney, Blind Girls-Carol Bentson-Janne Clason-Susi Eastman-Wendy Richard, Voices-Gary Wright-Mark Richard-Ann Lakin-Janne Clason. 68 5? MMM' if F! K iff TRY-OUTS ' ws' fieiffhig Q es X 9343 H - ,val "OUT OF THE FR YING PANH -Drama Club Robin Clear, President i , gd , :- i 1 'i is fi 63 i. l 1 . , 5 . E I t ' v 4 4, T CAST LIST: George-Les Bangs, Mrs. Garnet -Margaret Easter, Ncmrmzln-Wayne Thornton, Muriel-Claudia Brown, Kate-Elyncla Merrill, Marge-Alice Clason, Tony-john Reinhold, Dottie-Donna Warlick, Mr. Coburn-Mike Phillips, Mr. Kenny-Glen Porter, lst. Cop- Dave Petrosino, Znd. Cop- Walt Kitching. ' "lf" 1: " 2 - f X " We mg Cow? s ' 3 A K . E ' , ' r ah , 5 l I M ' a . Q '2f 1'F : w 1. . A 11? Q 1:1 n in if A I , gf fwfr M. -I Pgfncess Gail Westmoreland 2 , Q? 2 i 2 ? L Q ., f ,iq .1 .W Y wg ww ww 'Lf , fwwm, ff, ""1F:'HA ,Lf 25 ww .. 1.- MQM' ' Mi - f. Y . . Q45 M , " ,Awww ' X 'M' 1 , ., 4- J, .NL ' Aga' wk' 4 ,W Homecoming From the first day of Homecoming Week to the night of the game and dance one could find Queen Marylou and her court in the midst of activities it is-,f c ima-ff Snowball y This yearls Christmas Season was highlighted by the Girls, League annual dance, Snowball. The Snowball court was chosen this year by the gym teachers and the Girls' League. At the dance the final decision was made by a panel of alumnae and Cheri Munday was announced as Snowball queen. Cynthia Ulloa Freshman Princessg Sandra Stout, junior Princessg Donna Walters, Senior Princessg Dixie Williains, Sophomore Princess. Sponsored by The Fashion-158 East Main, El Cajon Mother oose Princess .nfs an For the first time in the nine-year existence of our school, an ECVHS girl was chosen to reign as Princess of the Mother Goose Parade. Three of the nine finalists, Benette Hannenburg, Eileen Tong, and Sandra Lewis, were El Cajon students. At the Coronation Ball, Benne was crowned Princess, and Eileen named Maid of Honor. H mfvesf all One of the most anticipated dances of the year was held on November 27 in the new gym. From the first note of music to the last, the Harvest Ball presented by the FFA was a huge success. This season's dance was climaxed by the presentation of Queen Eileen Tong and her royal court. Accepting honors as Harvest Ball Princesses were janet Rose, Barbie Lee, Karen Paukovits, Kathy Vaughan. l ' fn A s . , x V f' Y , I Lf gg? 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Flipping Of the C0111 J, -f . 1 Q Vi it K Z 1 f ,-m,L. iiaigiw g 4 ' 'vii' 'V ' f, mt " ,Wgii t !Qffi75'?Nf3+f t:'fWH f2'lt1 all f' M k -N ' ' :AJ P -T' ' v - 1 A -- i- -" , - R- - -- v , M4 - 4. ,, :2Q5Lf1?2'4I V -,:f.5g.,,:?lQA,,Q ' fl fax. Lrpgjjfgfqgl :1g,, ' ,5,gff:iwg:4gf'-.,e,..:.7,s ,. "?,Q.11'fm V ,L jffr' gag: a f 2 Introducing the El Cajon Braves! 71:- Touchdown Bound . . . Half time pep talk , . Compliments of Valley Shell Motors ame gets underway Punt return Football - 1963 my Q 58" T, Defense in action Victory for El Cajon . . . Hail Alma Mater, Hail! Vamizy Football QE jfigww Ib, 'M 702, " WWE lid XQQQX ffZ M N5 MJ QQW 26? W W WWW W ww MQW QM QW' 'gjqffud WSMAV CWEMHK WW M Q50 WH S AQMMJQW QW W,.,f'QMf M M WV! gawk W M fwigffvawdf Q Q XUHQW XUy,w'5fY!,4?4f1fc i7,A9MnfI.a1v QL ' r -rwefazrgsr -f. Y iff 1 1 s. , , 'v A . ., . ,, Mlke DeI.onge . ' S? A LA M4f'.r.T -lr if 1 A, ,xml-A.,., -w ,K . X -V f whfer ' A .- 3 f :X Q - xwv.-ya.1.A fe - .gf-P .'i:wEe Jikximhe -wi R65-??5:fXf,g Lititi if Gary Klf1Cald Gary Smxth 11 P, N. Terry Peters at y, Dave Nuttall 4'XblfQfV"1 5 'k4X'?El?"'7g,f' ffvifffif' Back s Q51 Quarterback 1 I .R Y.qy M Guard La , X t + 1 it l is 11 wg 'ax g .1 .1wA My kr Ktt msg Ralph Vockrodt End Al Miller Middle Guard Bob DeWinter Quarterback Tom DeLonge Back Ernie Wright Back Arnie johnson Tackle ohn Shoemaker Phil Stewart Center End ...W .,.,,.-,.-..,.....,.... ,. ,, e W Ed Ebbert Tackle John Stark Back Larry Maves Guard Chuck Shewey End S +5 ,e fafffrfsgt . fam. ,AE P Dwight Stanley 'MZ Back -'wt g f , -Si i'- gi, V 341' 'V " gg Q A Wayne Lam Center Larry Grosse Back Steve Walter Tackle Al jordan Tackle T s Don Mathews Back George Marion Tackle vzfifr-M'fwl"'flgL ,?"'l?i 'L V . P si-1 my N L- x K 1 , X Www. wwmunmsa ' in ,didn . N , .- . lk. VK Q Mike Whittles Center Tom Baird End , ii C. C. X 5, x 5 'Swift ,V ws., f v 'MM 9 a H .x M4 V ,., gm ' 1 'z 'gf mvks, A .mi K, ,,.,fWm , 'f1,v3jQ3-if ' . sy-el,-W-.-fa.L . ,, 1 ' -rfb. rp . ,,ff.L,5,Al,,k C -Q see -Q., f 4 M V ..v. H -,mfa-.- -W N , 4151.1 f 1 Larry Sanders Tackle Coach Ed Foster Coach Wm. Streshly Bob Graham Mgr. . x Q uma, ., ...V 'B , :ann , Q 91581 sf . T1 4 4 Aw-f , ,ww s w mtl 1 ' 1.45 iw a. QQ 'add ,f . ' 11 X 5 -f ,Wee ,K ,,Xjw51?rg h . gan 11 . yr Asst. Coach Walker Lindsey Don Doyle Mgr. may W, Y Ek an , 'E fl ,. ..,, , i Q '-N,,.Mw 5 1: K Z - .. . ,, if :1fMg"'f1 if-73", F", A rw ,jeu 'jr-L. - E, A +V .E-Q 5:Lfrg4:,ja 641' .LJg'rgg't,-,i-M - ALM Xvf. rfsdffawsfrf ff ia Y Ili f ,s X 'T 41 ' N f ,Q gs 3 7. 4 rf. 1 xi' 3 f .- 2 x n at -31" 4 'f' , jg . f ff G . fn. . ,.,,.y,x 'A Ii V f ., ' C W 'ff 7 T wg Wayne Th01'nt0l'1 gag 5 avg . i H af .i ,. ,A f,i,f2g,ma5niLm Mgr. m33,jf,,,X,: ,Z VI , 73'.bfMl,W,M3.-g. g . . , , ,Wim A gg:ggfQ,,: ,E ni l. ' "' 22, -seg.r,f,,','ri4iw.:Lr-i5- .S u w Q 2 v Q 2 5 5 a Roger Detty Tackle Ken Kratochvil Back .au V- A? , ,f . 'fr S.: Mike Baranick End John Houghtby Mgr. zmzmf Varsity 4 gs M5-X 4. I 3 I L' ii ' :', mv Mi-. x 'L I . . 2, Ik J V, , .. Ni,-TI' M ., ,V kf.., -:-- A 1' A S272 N K 1 F :Q as N, C SA.. 5 ... PL, ... :::. 4 52, f J' 1 mf M . I rn! if Sm We ' ft fi' in-f ft ' issrii in f Q t ,S . f , xl wivllfii fywfinfniiteiizmleag qw. .i E mi geglmifyak . ... -- if-.-.em " --N ff-' ' 'M' . g f ...aff , Bottom Row: R. Sparks, K. Wikoren, G. Meachum, M. Schubert. H. Hastings, B. Spratley, -I. Messina, R. Hayes, J. Nuss, V. Mes- sina, M. Heishman, j. Bevis, M. Garcia, D. Burger, W. Hodges. 2nd Row: R. McGinnis, W. Moore, R. Taft, S. King, R. Rousseau, R. Barker, L. Rothchild, C. Clemmons, B. Leonard, A. Kroupa, B. Best Back Ralph Hayes M.V.P. - Capt. Victor Messina Most Improved Mike Schubert Captain 4.6 jim Messina Best Lineman 86 Steele, R. Ribicic, M. Davis, M. Harris, D. Hodgekinson, D. West- erfeld, T. Jones. Top Row: G. Christian, J. Benton, J. Ridens, J. Shirey, B Wray, D. Petrosino, B. Holder, N. Bettencourt, S. Mad- sen, M. Freyler, R. johnson, J. Graham, G. Jones, J. Burgess, R Schirmer, B. Swegles, R. Top. Coach Quast Coach Elliott Fresh Football El Cajon 18 Helix 20 :,::5 .:.,, El Cajon 19 Grossmont 6 :,: El Cajon 6 Granite Hills 14 E1 Cajon 15 Monte Vista 7 .ojli , In - E1 Cajon 12 Mount Miguel 14 .. 1, V El Cajon 26 El Capitan 20 P Q S E1 Cajon 6 Escondido 0 Coach Gerhke Vljl -' s.. e .f as Coach Fulcher sl i fe,fc' L I- C -, .fzfffff .iff -,'. ytjii f e '-P 55 F ,. 4.553 yii' '?i.l'?fig3i' 15 . 1 'jietej ji' Q If ' -w V, ,kl., ,-l. , . ', I 3 5 ? V K JS! , xl . P il, .V nal N,'15"' mg -N zr.: Q' V ' ,. - V , 9... ...M at 1 f F - . , . -'l: T f . . museum inlay ? 1 92 ffffq smfiagfe ' 9 . , ' 1' "'?M?11??f 'F,TiT...s 1 I f N - , . s 1 1 -I N- ' , . '- ' ,-5 'g J' V . .fran . ....t..r"'a Vjnnz ,A a .3 y 'ky-gqffgg i r 7 ,1 'P vstlxw at A, U if f it :,v U -N I x . ii ' fi . . a f me we 41 e r fp 1 .e f. . A , - -, ' A. ' s A t' f.. -' ' L. ' , ' TF I rr- 914 l. . L 1 rs"'YV L' i f ' 1 A - 'ii ' ir I A i Q '- f fi A .1 3 - . .!1Him19se6ef9-.Size XFW if 'H' ef'- f 'a a'P,i.f-'gig?i.xQ?gf5 .Ji is 1.2kfm5f.1TV2ff .i52'Q1Si:e-,ZA W .L P P lg '- : etceat 1 L We is ttele f 1 Q. ve- W . 1 W er .6 25.65 'T ' liivi' ef vu. it xii,-fy-TT gf - L fig, . 1.-TT I.. fu.?,5!'wif.'S4:ifai?""iifi'?f'ftfi?l." 'W Trai? 5 AE? 'Kas - ' .. Front Row: L. Ruiz, F. Foelsch, R. Brean, T. James, G. Garris, J. Williams, R. Roberson, K. Van Wolfswinkel, J. Dugger, M. Chiar- monte, K. Ruiz, S. Millerg fMgr.j 2nd Row: D. Hinkle, B. Posey, B. Clark, P. Lucas, T. Barnes, L. Imbimbo, G. Baggett, D. Woo- LeR0y Woods Best Offensive Back Roger Zay Capt. Best Defensive Lineman ley, D. Howell, R. Shenski, 3rd. Row: D. O'Coyne, G. Weston, T. Bevis, H. Connell, J. Rogers, R. Dominguez, S. Hoffrriann, T. Kass, R. Crossley, fith. Row: D. Patrick, D. Masson, M. Houghtby, P. Fisher, L. Woods, R. Zay, S. Hill, M. Campbell. Doug O'Coyne Ron Dominguez Best Defensive Back Best Offensive Lineman I. 1 Varsity ., i l ' i.1flM1gfy..ff: 5, - I , ,gm-ulgys 4-,gi -Pbifgaef 1 lg 1 ' x - 3 ,fi g5g2,Me.gmfw , - V: -'11 :,,,4.,s:si:g,gra3rgf" -, 1, rgsaewggsie is - 3 1 1 ' mfs. 5 K 1 5 'rw -W, Wa-f15?flia,mrz' ef 'fir' iii' ff75'1i2fSAf'fiiS5 ,TE '23C,j'f35? ? ? ': , if M ' " rltssgfif' "HW H' '?si:e:Z ., "im , 1' J gf-3s's9'H 'A "-'Q 2:-lisiij in .F-Elisifhv , . . 5 - -- - .,,, 1 I A, -or JN, A V L , 6 -:s'f-- -r gy , fy W W . - ' ,wg .. .. I W-ff-HSQ ' H , i . , K if N155 f . n .-. , 7. -. , ,,1g3sSf!s3 ef.,,,.:2f am: ' wwf! Armando Valencia jim Smith Dennis Reynolds Clint Reisner Chllfk Sffang 9. ,A Coach Brooks A if il rr: 4 5 5? 5 RW wg, J J -1 , ' N. K . ,-e,yg,mk--ar. 1 W W ef,-M - V: 5, : 2, ',iqv: g a,-. Q .. :V--1 - rv:-a5'.,.L-.. .V QW: ' -' 1 R K, K , ,K i g, s 5 2 Q W 5 R J e,Si5wTtf,?Kgggd ,... Bm, if f 2, 9 gi Ugg is S , Q 'gr Y YA. 435 A siif5Z4LTgi :SHQ1s1'a,.e?QQg.z 15: 7 V 15 if 315: i f ,ri ., . Xe Q ggi MX -I' scarf! 5 1 -v "" 1 Us J K: 23 X aww sg, E 176 4141, S isa Q s Q Q 1, 5 K N li h 1, 5 I '3 12 Paul Isaccson Jo Bob Mc Allister hn Francis jffalfh' Dennis Schlegel John Slatinski fl gf r1",1,1w A ills! W I vgw,-fmilkzifzigkr ,A 5 , - -. gr -1, , 4 . - ..-V Rr ls. , 151 ,Sa e,,Qg1isi5kg u .2-Vw mer if , gffreal w V. 1 ,gy -5, .. :r +Gw,,f,f,'-vm v f-sefnjr. .Vw-f .V , ,L H - - ,apr Q - fm Top Row: M. Hughey, R. Real, G. Mitchell, T. jackson, G. Young. Bottom Row: B. Real, B Bonamo, R. Roberts, B. Speckman, P. Hendricks, W. Miles. .4 ,.,.. wry L, .MJ T. Moelter, G. Brooke, R. Stover, D. Gillihan, J. Jolly. 89 mL,m..L , Now the frost is on the pane, Rugs upon the Hoor again, Now the screens are in the cellar, Now the student cons the speller, Lengthy summer noon is gone, Twilight treads the heels of dawn, Round-eyed sun is now a squinter Tiptoe breeze a panting sprinter, Every cloud a blizzard hinter, 7 Rain spout sprouteth icy splinter, Willy-nilly, this is winter. Winter Ogden Nash A CA DEMICS Besides cooking and sewing, the homemaking classes provide ideas for Christ- ' mas gifts and decorations. Mr. Brooks takes time to explain the mystery of a geometrical theorem. Students who wish to improve their academ- IC standing are offered a course in speed reading. Mrs. Homesley demonstrates to her golf class the technique of teeing off. Mechanical Drawing is a great help for those going into professions such as engineering or architecture. Using a recorder in the study of a language helps a student to learn and benefit by his mistakes. Mr. Kingery and his advanced photography class admire another perfect set of negatives. 93 The large sectional maps present in geography classrooms give students the opportunity to dis- cover the new lands and cultures. Checking experiments daily and tab- ulating conclusions are indispensable procedures when studying biology. ,rf'V" L. The Board of Experts in Mr. L0gsdon's U.S. His- tory class wait expectantly for their first question. zmimfs CHILD OF THE PAST CHILD OF THE PRESENT CHILD OF THE FUTURE This statement has been brought to life for the Class of '65 in its junior year. They have been studying their American heritage of history and literature, thus learning from the past. They have lived from day to day in joys and disappointment, working for their class and their school, and they have turned their eyes to the future, preparing for college and future vocations. As a result of their experiences this year the junior class looks to a glorious Senior Year. FRONT ROW: M . :ntg Luchy Valencia, Presidentg Donna Barron, I dvisor BACK ROW- Repre- sentatives at Large: K . . dra Roe. K' .,.: f'. Q 1: Q iii? X. 9 T Per. 1 I Per. 7 Per. 1 M R S. H A L L B U R T O N 1 FRONT ROW: Ron Fry, Toni Lewis, Luchy Valencia, Parsons, Paula Flood, Mary Randi O'Brien, Tom Jackson. Cloninger, Jonan Sutton, Leni Paula Coxon, Janice Serrao, Sandy Angus, Jeanne Sam- ples, Becky Warren, Mary Jaeger. BACK ROW: Rick Blanchard, John Hanna, Jack Phillips, Bob McDonell, Steve Madsen, Tom Webster, Ron White, Tom Thomp- son. Carol Sanborn, Pamella Lou Truax, Donna Bolda, MIDDLE ROW: Claudia Kirk, Wanda Crabill, Terri Thompson, Sandy Todd, FRONT ROW: Fred Marks, Silvia Reyes, Linda Ruiz, Lyn sythe, Bill Smiley, Pat Harrington, Alton Walvatne, Rod Ham- Bowyer, Tony Chiaramonte. MIDDLE ROW: Jack Murillo, merly, Tom Gundy, Darrel Stewart, Phil McKitrick, John Tom Wozniak, Bob Kimmel, Russell Ross, Dave Robeson, Bill Crossley. Smith, Dave Jackson, John Comba. THIRD ROW: Fred For- FRONT ROW: Cheryl Cook, Marilyn Rotar, Geneen Bowen, Diane Donley, Dru Coleman, Anne Moreno, Janis Shelton, Paula Blake, Cheryn Gedney, Liz Lou. MIDDLE ROW: Ken Wampler, Steve Haney, Jerry Jordan, Linda Powell, Sue Ken- ney, Jean Smith, Linda Warren, Kathy Magee, George Abbott, Larry Coleman, Frank Wheeler. BACK ROW: Jim Pool, Herb Fitzgerald, Dave Doly, Gary O'Gorman, Steve Walters, Ray Michael, Paul Schlegel, John Sallee, Ray Wilson, Art Kroupa. FRONT ROW: Cliff Grossman, Ken Brooks, Bill Spatley, Helen Lopez, Mike Heishman, Gerry Wozniak, Don Anderson. MIDDLE ROW: Ed Ebbert, Lynn Gaylord, jerry Henderson, Mike Williams, john Word, M FRONT ROW: Claudia Haworth, joy Weller, Barbara Vick, Anita Adams, Carol Bentsen. SECOND ROW: Pat Cannarioto, Jeanne Nelson, Jackie Pierson, Connie Peasley, Sandy Stout, Rande Crockett, Andra Roe, Clorinda Peters, Cara MacGillivray. THIRD ROW: jack Penny, Brent Law- Bull R. R Per. 2 C H A R D jim Turner, Thom Deleeuw, james Wilmot. BACK ROW: Steve Woodall, Don Martin, Steve Thomas, Doug Tobin, Tom jordan, Tim Page, Walt Nelson. Dave Naple. M R S. H A I.. L I Per. 2 B U R T O N nings, Larry Maves, Bob Sparks, John Hart, Ernie Wright. BACK ROW: Ken Gansch, Steve Tomlinson, Alan Herman son, Bill Speckmann, Brant McAvoy, Danny Hammersten, Don Wexler, Bob Singleton, Ron Schaffer, Garry Davis, Robby Kuntz, Bruce O'Brien, Steve Graves. l 1 M son, Brian Brittain, Garry Smith, Gary Hess, Mike jen- R. R I C H A R D FRONT ROW: Bill Scott, Paula Solomon, Sheri Smith, Mari- lyn Brauckmuller, Eileen Anderson, Carolyn Vannice, Elaine O'Coyne, Wayne Miles. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Shincan, Meri- da Narcisa, Elizabeth jolly, Sue Queen, Kathy Larson, Brenda DePaul, Larrie Gibb, Autumn Anderson, janet Harshberger, Steve Landess. BACK ROW: Harvey Atwell, Clint Risner, Jack Wisler, Leonard Zucker, Richard Barney, Brian Smith, Harry Horde, john Francis, Dennis Reynolds, Dan Meadows. Per. er. S r.5 M FRONT ROW: Marilyn Garcia, Pat Galloway, judith Katz, Linda Everett, Theresa Madison, Donna Barron, Debbie Schenk, Donna Bailey, Diane Rosmann, Ann Kerns. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Dent, Bob Adkisson, Sue Tockstein, jean McCullough, Pam Belsha, Kathy Ver- s non, Mary Lou Bauer, Linda Graf, Vanessa Anderson, Lilla Sweatt, Kerry Roth, George Young. BACK ROW: Artur Ramos, Harold Dugger, Stephen New, Mike Tozer, Robert Rohrer, jerry Moore, Larry Barn- well, Franklin Baker, Harvey Arntson, Bill Reeves. R S. H A Per. 5 L L I B U R T O N M R. K N I S S FRONT ROW: Alan Nakashima, Judy Altherr, Pam Kenner, Dawn Whittles, Marilyn Kuptz, Nancy Watson, Tom Womack. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Logan, Eddie Foreman, Linda Steele, Marian Sarot, Nancy Berry, Doug Rich, Jim Cantrell. BACK ROW: jim Dedrick, Monte Baxter, Bud Van Osdoll, Bob Holder, Bob Hartman, Kerry Brookman, David Petrosino, Randy Gunnerson, Steve Corson, Richard Rucker FRONT ROW: Patricia Mundy, ckia. MIDDLE Katherine Murphy, Kathy Rice, Mary Perez, Marie Williams, Karole Rice, JoAnne Man- ROW: Nora Moses, Jackie Estlick, Sharon Hobbs, jerry Bell, Patty Corle, Rosemary Brackney, Paris Tschumperlin, Conny Santos. THIRD ROW: Rudy Sanudo, Carl Gerger, Rocky Peterson, Ellis Henton, Don Schultz, Bruce Colburn, Bob Wilson, Larry Haggard. FRONT ROW: Ruth Lincoln, Benne Hanenburg, Jo- anne McAllister, Bonnie Gilb, Laura Norlin, Ralph Hayes, Pam Woodall, Joyce Nabeta, Lorraine Posey, Kathy Blackard, Wanneta Mikol. MIDDLE ROW: Karl Flbel, Glenn Henderson, Dan Johnson, Patty Callahan, Kathy Walker, Darlene Franklin, Chris Lehman, Mary FRONT ROW: Darlene Gerstein, Marguerite Leo, Pepi Colvin, Jean Berry, Judy Althof, Sonia Harden, Judy Jones, Sherry Porter. MIDDLE ROW: Dick Kosic, Frank Remick, Sharon Williams, Carolyn Thorogood, Regina Davis, Judy Hannibal, Sue Fronius, Fd Partain, Wayne Siegrnund, Judy McClard, Tim Straubinger, Jerry Sa- dowski, Fred Long. BACK ROW: Ray Ribicic, Mike McAtee, Ken Carlson, Bill Walker, Doug Williams, Cody Sears, Robert Stith, Jerry Crispin, Ron Slaten, Phil Stewart. McMurtry. BACK ROW: John Tomberlin, Frank Law- rence, Frank Westbrook, Jim Ricketts, Les Smith, Russ Napier, Andy Ryan, Frank Phillips, Byron Phelps, Den- nis Bertrand. FRONT ROW: Dee Harris, Robette Kleinhans, Margarette Jarrell, Sandie Wyatt, Donna Cameron, Leslie Chytrus, Karen Cunningham. MIDDLE ROW: Tony Neighbors, Steve Pur- due, Kathy Burton, Sheila McNary, Diana Hart, Mary Davis, Beverly Siewert, Alan Ladd, Bob Kautzmann. BACK ROW: Tom O'Brien, Dale Ridens, Lee Rothchild, Don Fletcher, R0- land Lam, Mike Campbell, Wayne Pope, Terry Cook, Greg Mantifel, Bill Smale. Per. 4 M R. T R PEI. Y S L A Per. 5 - 1 Per. 6 Per. 6 ww! ZSPDUEOOO FRONT ROW: Roberta Covert, Vilma Hayward, Hel- en Zeller, Sue Rawlins, Cathie Chinn, Cheryl Kissel, Delia Reyes, Margaret Walerius. MIDDLE ROW: jean Petaja, Debbie Hoffman, Linda Farling, Dottie Walker, Pam Greer, Janey Ryan, Dana Bell, Sue Frisbey, Dar- 4 lene Williams. BACK ROW: Carolyn O'Connor Deb bie Perkins, Ken Lehr, Allan Youngwirth, Greg West jimmy Elkins, Les Bell, Gerald Breese, Michelene Wis tock, Judy Comba. 'A FRONT RQW: Lorraine Wilson, Judy Keating, Marilyn Toni Masson, Marcia Kinch, Lynda McDonnell Patriua Newman, Toni Tellander, Carmen Bravo. SECOND ROW: Hilmilwn, Marianne Hariluff, Linda I-Ong, Sue Hines Maria Petropolis, Dina Katz, junie Chernus, Laurel Berg- Jeanne Green. BACK ROW: I-ann AYU55, Eddie Sturgeon land, Lynn Doi-ion, Jackie Brean, Diana Lynch, Brenda Terry Kawka, Richard Stohr, Bob Smith, Tim Mills Ted Ward. THIRD ROW: Lynne Sheridan, Zelva Barganier, WiUt6rS, RU55e11 Vanflhnnsliliznbefh Hagen. V""'i X 1 FRONT ROW: Carol Nelson, Roxanna Kennedy, Pat Henry, Gerri Fitzgerald, Andy Hoffman, Tom Baird, Gary Wright Teresa Madison, Sandra Holt, Linda Best, Sue Hines, Judy Aleita Burchard, junie Chernus, jones, Vic Messina. BACK ROW: Dede Tong, Ronnie Rico, 99 Mr. Matthews, Advisor. Calzjhmia Cadet C0505 Steve Guthauser, Dave Parham, jim Reeves. This body of male students has supervised the parking of cars and provided guard service for important activities throughout the year. iff 1 S T PLA TOON FRONT ROW: J. Wilmont, J. Cruz, J. Plummer, A. Prak, K. Rocho. BACK ROW: T. Winters, J. Reeves, B. Nelson, G. Lynn, N. DuBois, T. Page. 2ND PLA TOON FRONT ROW: R. Gunnerson, J. Fitch, M. Davis, T. Lewis, D. Bingham, A. Wal- lace. BACK ROW: R. Nelson, R. Vaughan, M. Temple, D. Bowling, C. Grossman, M. Harto. Future Farmers of America Officers, Tom Roberts, Ralph Vockrodt, Dan Walker, Daryl Buerger, Alan Mayo. Advisor, Mr. Dyer Approximately 70 students participate in this national organization that is composed of over 300,000 boys and girls interested in agriculture. Throughout the year FFA has participated in the L.A. County Fair judging Contest, ADA Milk Marketing Contest, Co-op Marketing Contest, State Finals Citrus judging Contest and Buckel's Field Day judging Contest under the direction of Mr. Dyer. They also sponsored the Harvest Ball, the Hayride at the Mardi Gras, and various livestock shows at the El Cajon and Del Mar Fairs. 4 Calwmia Sclaolcmlagb Federation Offering the possibility of scholarships C.S.F. promotes diligent and enthusiastic participation in all scholastic activities. - M, M, f 4 Mr. Cordry FIRST ROW: Randi O'Brien, Jeanne Smith, Dorothy Acton, Anita Coulon, Eileen Brig- ham, DeDe Davidson, Patty Treadwell, Bil- lie Sue Grady. SECOND ROW: Vanessa Anderson, Mary Siegmund, Richard Ainsley, Robert Mooney, Janis Gates, Suellen Dow- ell, Bob McAllister. THIRD ROW: Bar- bara Foysberg, Doug Baughman, JoAnn Popp, JoAnn Wallace, Becky Warren, Eddie Sturgeon, Richard Hill, Dave Parham, Bill Butler, Bob Smith. Mrs. Sarot FRONT ROW: Beverly Siewart, Marian Sarot Laura Evans. MIDDLE ROW: Dixie Williams Carol Sanborn, Pat Callahan, Vicki Lenihan, Lynn Berry, Patti Treadwell, Penny Jones. BACK ROW: Bobbi Sanders, Dorothy Shaplin, Chris Sarot, Geri Roach, Karen Nagle, Patty Duffy, Nora Evans. Besides frequent socials, this group is active in community volunteer work. , Youth Fe! owfhib Group Y.F.C. affords students spiritual as well as social growth through its varied activities. Advisor, Mr. Van Note Y.F.C. affords students spiritual as well as social growth through its varied activities. 5 4 H?" 5' 0 M7 3 1 Q . p les" ' , 8 iw. f , :J irons . .f - .. 1 wa' , W , ' jgfl' .' fx U J 1 Advisors, Mr. Quatrochi Roelio Club s ,yew uf' and Mr. Holk Each year this club participates in a National Horizon Club Field Day Contest in which the best transmit- ter gains national recognition. These girls coordinate their efforts with the Campfire Girls' Association. Mrs. Mayfield, Advisor FRONT ROW: A. Ramos, P. Ainsley, P. Treadwell, L. Lou, R. Ainsley. BACK ROW: D. Baughman, M. Siegmund, P. Parsons, A. Munzer. Mrs. Acton, Advisor Benne Hanenhurg, Margaret Heibeck, Nancy Houghtby, Dorothy Acton. American Field Service A.F.S.'s main goal is to improve foreign relations through personal contact with those of other countries. Future Teachers This organization affords its members an insight into the rewards and personal ex- periences of the teaching profession. "" if . tttt J -'t' :.-e,' . .tb G- -Skill-...Rumi LV - Miss Ravenscroft Jo Ann. Wallace, Penny Hart, Sharon Cas- srty, Vicki Lenihan, Judy Buehner, Jackie Brean. -""u'2'., 'CEP rw .fe as 'Q H ealth Careers ML ,H e t ,,r, . r 'gd Mrs. Povenmire FRONT ROW: DeDe Davidson, Linda Benson, Patty Wilson. BACK ROW: Nancy Houghtby, Darlene Franklin, Jean Sonith, Brenda Slade. l l Informative speakers and educational programs help further our students' interests in medical pro- Tab ana' Campus Each month this club provides ECVHS students with the best literature available in paperback form. Ai' V, S: 4' xt. ' 't sv H59 ,gl . Q QM "Qi 51 if 35. 5?-in , 47 Mr. Bascom, Advisor FRONT ROW: G. Abbott, A. Vella, E Foreman, D. Bistodeau, T. Murillo, G. Ru- ble. SECOND ROW: D. Kings, J. Comba V. Buckingham, S. Brown, B. Hansen, L Dodgen, S. Popp, S. Blevins, D. Franklin R, Lincoln, N. Lane, C. Twite, J. Sadowski THIRD ROW: L. Humm, J. Manckia, M Narcissa, P. Parsons, A. Orpikowski, J. Wooters. FOURTH ROW: S. Mallette, V. Lenihan, B. Krumm, J. Carlson, S. Stout, N. Erwin, P. Keller, L. Everett, T. Scheeler, A. Diguglielmo, Petaja, M. Heibeck. Mrs. Cook FRONT ROW: C. Chinn, T. Hobrecht, K. Batchelder. SECOND ROW: R. Lincoln, L. Borger, A. Adams. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Cook, S. Rawlins, J. Carlson. BACK ROW: B. Collier, G. Gillen, J. Tabor. atiomzl Forensic Libmvjf Club -ag,-f f , P Lf .sf ls? flffff' Through the work of these assistants, E.C.V.H. maintains the most efficient and well organized library in the district. Only students earning enough points through Dis- trict Speech Competition are members of this national organization. Mrs. Brooks FRONT ROW: Claudia Brown, Jeanne Cline, Sandy Shively, Sue Hines, Linda Hol- land, Jayne Rice, Kathy Burton, Tina Pen- man, Karen Paukovits, Diane Suggs, Jerry Eastman, Mary Jaeger. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Suggs, Artur Ramos, De De Davidson, Lynne Dorlon, Alice Clason, Sharon Cassi- ty, Elynda Merrill, Diane Rosmann, Lana Ayres, Patti Treadwell, Carolyn Martinez, Jackie Estlick. BACK ROW: Bill Reeves, Wayne Thornton, Carl Sencenich, Bill Swe- gles, Ron Walters, Chuck Shewey, Bob Kroll, Robin Clear, Bob Graham, Bill Utter, Randy Roberts. I I. ,. ww 2, 5,8- 2 FIRST ROW: Lorraine Wilson, Sharon Cassity, Joyce Suggs, Alice Clayson, DeDe Davidson, Carolyn Martinez, Lynn Dorlin, Dianne Ross- man. SECOND ROW: Sandy Shively, Jeanne Cline, Kathy Burton, Sue Hines, Karen Pauko- vits, Mary Jaeger, Robin Clear. THIRD ROW: Robert Mooney, Randy Roberts, Chuck Shewey, Bill Reaves, Bill Speckmann, Bill Swegles. Dialectos Throughout the year our speech club has turned out the top speech competitors in the district. egooecqis as 9 , Miss Curry FRONT ROW: D. Stone, P. Parsons, M. Heibeck, G. Lynn. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Dent, Frieda Taylor, Mary Siegmund, R. Rogers, D. Parham. BACK ROW: J. Ben- ton, R. Ainsley, D. Baughman, R. Arnold, J. Wilson. This club is designed to help further the interests of scientifically-minded students. Q. Girls' Recreation Association .J sw it if ii iv, yi . Miss Beekman FRONT ROW: Judy Keating, Karen Ham- bric, Sally Hall, janet Smith, Pam Smart, jane Foster, jean Smith. BACK ROW: Delia Reyes, Sylvia Reyes, Carla Forbes, Diana Hart, Grace Kings, Donna Moebus, Pam Parsons. This club helped to promote a competitive, yet E friendly, spirit between schools. gg Q, 1, is , Mr. Quast Advisor J FRONT ROW: john Stark, Rick Blanchard, Steve Stropes, Don Mathews, Craig Tysdale, Mike DeLonge, Wayne Miles. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Quast, George Marion, Doug Tobin, Doug Williams, Gary Kincaid, Joe Queen, Bill Butler, Gary Hartsell, Dennis Reynolds. BACK ROW: Dwight Stanley, Steve Slatinski, Walt Gullett, Butch Dugger, Mike Hill, jim House, Bob Watson, Rich- ard Rucker, Irvin Lynn. This club is open only to athletes who have earned their letters in competitive sports. Roman Braves W y Mrs. Cochran Latin Club is a very unusual club because of its purposes and activities. Meetings are presented on classical civilizations and ancient costuming is not uncommon at the meetings. In May the club does the impossible and turns the clock back 2,000 years presenting a banquet with reclining couches, costumes, slaves, gladiators, music, food-everything but the wine! This year Roman Braves added the celebration of a Latin Week to its list of activities. The purpose of this organization is to interest students in the fields of classical literature and history and to correlate the Latin World and language to the modern world showing their effect and benefits today. Our Latin Club participates in State College Language Field Day where projects are exhibited, skills of Latin are tested, and plays and skits are produced. R Zll dn C70 ' X". s. . Mr. Kniss Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for High School journalists, has been formed as an ECVHS chapter. Members of this club were selected from the Smoke Signal Staff on the basis of scholastic ability and achievement in Journalism. K . t . i rf-fa - ep -, ii 5 175111 If' 5 ! " as wwf' Va nity Basketball 59 eta? 46? 57,0342 5 95' if Mfg .Q QM 3 S92 fb.4,ff4W4M1 RWM QMUBJMLQ M 74a M7 Www 108 Doug Tobin Most Valuable With many returning lettermen, this year's Varsity Basketball team has shown tremendous improvement over previous seasons. Some of the highlights of this season included a runner-up position in the Consolation Bracket of the Kiwanis Basketball Tournament. Also, the triumph over arch-rival Granite Hills for the inter- school trophy provided the spectators with many thrills. Next year-'s team, although losing joe Queen, Ken Kratochvil, Craig Tysdal, Chuck Shewey, and Bob DeWinter, can expect much from Doug Tobin, Tom Thompson and Doug Williams. Tom Thompson Captain Best Defensive Player Norman Bettencourt Most Improved Coach Gehrke O ing..- .ii joe Queen Best Offensive Player Most Free-Throws Compliments of Me-n-Ed's Pizza Parlor 84 El Cajon Shopping Center Va nity v 40 Up and over! Tobin gets' em w h e n t h e y count! WOO:-1 P-KCO PJOH1 Hill'-I wr-ICEOP-'r' Racing through for two V Tizzy rips for two! Panama kid hangs tough! ,,4--5 XJ P- 4 f,,,.......,N l "3 T JE' .- i ff'-N A N --....., ,nh sz? -...... s .Q---f' lst Row: W. Hirsh, D. Doty, R. Sutton, L. Ruff, J, Haislip, J. sen, N. jones, T. DeLonge, K. Hammond. Nuss. Top Row: R. Schaffer, B. Singleton, C. Sears, S. Mud- warn lst. Row: D. Miller, L. Ruiz, K. Ruiz, j. Williams, T, james, R. Shenski. Top Row: Conch Foster, D. Patrick, M. Houghtby S. Hoffman, B. Thomas, R. Briclwell, 2nd Row: F. Alvarez, G. Westimn, T. Barrett, M. Campbell, J. Wrayf, j. Rogers, J. Kas D. Melrose, T. Bracley, L, Wfoods, R. Zily, C. Strung, P, Lucas, Ill Vanity Wffefzfling Tom jackson Alan Ladd 95 lbs. 105 lbs. Tony Neighbors Dave Nuttall 129 lbs. 155 lbs. Steve Purdue Don Westerield 114 lbs. 122 lbs. Jim Loh 140 lbs. X , V? TA y y v I -Qi f. BRAVES. 1 2 , K 'Q Art Kroupa Bob Mooney 156 lbs. 167 lbs. Coach Streshly Clairemont-18 Coronado--18 Helix-23 Grossmont-31 Monte Vista-24 Kearny-14 Granite Hills-21 Mt. Miguel-28 El Capitan-13 Butch Dugger 147 lbs. Larry Sanders 182 lbs. El Cajon-27 El Cajon-30 El Cajon- El Cajon-11 El Cajon--14 El Cajon-25 El Cajon-27 El Cajon-12 El Cajon--56 Richard Rucker Heavyweight Coach Hilton Tom Jackson Outstanding jim Loh Tony Neighbors Dave Nuttall Butch Dugger Courtesy of Howard's Men's Shop-108 E. Main Wreyilem Richard Rucker 5 , W .V K ,, im . . no ,.,., ..- , if ky QA Z ,K J -,, .. as Zh 4, A Courtesy of East Cajon Barber Shop f . - Fmvh Wrestling Front Row: Doug Dowers, Bill Scott, Gary Dinkins, john Bob Holder, Arley johnson, john Digenen, john Stark, Ron Hart, Steve Landess, Walt Robeson. Top Row: Randy Krauss, Dominguez. Bottom Row: David Howell, Doug Dowers, Alan Dominguez, Tom Barnes, Charles Solomon, Mike Chavez, john Dugger, George Garris. Top Row: Ron Richards, Floyd Foelsch. an., ' as Courtesy of Elco Self Service-410 El Cajon Boulevard-El Cajon 3 Winter P'-5 M-ze ir ,mae ,,,1-,mzwQmmwwfwAf.f 1.ww-wmw K Q ff. N KLLK Ja! " Af' Y ly Compliments of Lindy's Cleaners-564 El Cajon Blvd. X Activities 1 S I IE A ft S gr colored mittens all signify this season of Winter. During these chilly months of the year E.C.V.H.S. sponsors their annual Snowball and Evening in Paris dances, while our athletic calendar includes wrestling and basketball. The Junior Class Hootenanny and the Bravette slumber party were among other social activities this year. Highlighting this winter season was our third annual Mardi Gras featuring the Pipeline and the Golden Nugget. .Wg 4 4 N' B Courtesy of Gil's Jewelry-118 E. Main Frost-bitten noses, warm furry collars, and brightly- X If I? v Nxfggt .,, if fo f Q l c, -0' swf! Ihr Ex li .sw X.. YW Sprmg Do you hanker for April showers, Or a rareiied day in june? Give me a grade-A May day, And please deliver it soon. I am weary of branches naked, Creaking like lovelorn cats, The earth underfoot half baked, And the sun overhead ersatz. Send me a balmy zephyr To play me a rigadoon, And I'l1 gulp of my grade-A May day Till my hiccups hammer the moon. -Ogde n Nash Girls' League Every girl enrolled at El Cajon Valley High School is a member of one of the most influential organizations on campus, Girls' League. Upon joining a committee, a girl finds herself involved in many differing activities ranging from the painting of posters to the collecting of canned foods for Thanksgiving Giving. Girls' League is responsible for informing all girls of the proper dress and good grooming standards Their reward is the satisfying feeling PRESIDENT of promoting friendship throughout the SALLY WOLCOTT school and community. SECRETA NN BROWN LOU A KATHY LAR TREA S U RER DIANE SUGGV ADVISOR: MRS. RIDGIVA Y RECORD Km . , - 50c1AL.- ire, The social calendar of L El Cajon High School students is studded with activities put on by this busy committee, xi Girls' League Assistants Cindy Russell and Marie Cannon . , . . Wa.. , is 4 J 21 I fl x In ii . as yin ,I ' ft i 4, 1 P , 'Sw - V Q 'M H S . tlutt 4 . C it .fig C, 4, Jim t 3 3 5 gt as V ' - ' 1 31 ffiixif . ' Q 5 K. U, ' ,':,V4 K .19 '-' " 3 ix? if K A iv 1' - ' is , 3 . M K t ' A ' .tx Hx i Aw 'N sw' 1- fl is V. C Q I W' X . , ' 'i iv WEB? , 5 V Tu From the Snowball in December to the Question Mark dance in May, a round of varied and exciting events is offered for everyone's enjoyment. PUBLICA TIONS: Every two weeks Girls' League publishes its news- paper, Teepee Talk. Through it, girls are kept up-to-date on coming events, fashion trends on campus, and the activities of each of the six Girls' League Committees. GOOD GROOMING: Good Grooming is one of the most important committees in Girl's League. These girls are responsible for making all girls aware of the good grooming standards of our school, by means of our Good Grooming Week, class assemblies, and fashion shows. 'l"""'5' lg'-I LEAGUE SERVICE: Few people realize the work and organization that go into the Big and Little Sister picnic, White "E," ff' axtl the selection of Kings and Queens L I .Magi ,.kV. L, ,rrk 3 1 A wawsswigiwlwmg r.,, for the dances. The League Service committee is quite aware of the time spent as they plan these events. CAMPUS RELA TI ONS: Every month finds new students arriving on the ECVHS campus. The purpose of this committee is to welcome them by sponsoring Friendship teas, which orient them to their new school. ADVERTISING: Paint brush, ruler, eraser-all are used by the Advertising committee. Also, Campus Relations has charge of the sports banquets held at the completion of each of the major sports seasons. The publicizing for all Girls League events is in the capable hands of this energetic group of girls. El Cajon ,, ,, ,, ,, El Cajon ,, ,, ,f El Cajon as u El Cajon 1964 Varsity Baseball Schedule VS. Mar Vista Kearny Morningside Morse E1 Centro Clairmont Helix Grossmont Granite Hills El Capitan Lions Club Tournament VS. Crawford Monte Vista Mt. Miguel Mar Vista Helix Grossmo Granite El Capitan Monte Vista SDCIF i 5 ng .igii . . 1 ' o n -N, ii ,- E, S A in . uf.. Q ,, ' i if , i 5 5 2 ' S , we fi 1 A -. ggi' f ov M y ln an :sk Coach Elliott qga' ,Ni W 5' Z Q l -N 'Mi iii D ght Stanley v f a fl A 'ffl Al Hamilton bbll 4 . .2 2 B 5 94 -Iv b -if ' piggy . - t l 'V-559 4,,V ,Q I W if ,', Marv Nielson Clover Leaf Dairy-jamacha Road-E1 Cajon ol ? E fl S JM :ark Va nity aseball ,ff 3, E in I 8 .,f L WA N ,Q fm H2 X E twsfqf WNW A 3 I img , , M ,K f 1 J 'L ' I 571' fs- 5 V 3 f Q R X 2 HZ u.- Q : Q 5 CL: , 13, , ,gg - 'ft .LW , I A M 233 v 1 r 'vi' ff' ii- '. 1 ' . -' A f L - Q- k -14 ' ,S f f Q, , ' y" A F ' V .-A g 0 . S -- f. . ' .Z S 1.45" u".54,, 4us 7V s. . Wil , . ,, an--,Q A ' -.. Q . 1, - an ' ,V ' A Fm vy!V k 5-qi' I ,,w'f:fT-ja-ff V V ,L N A -ft A :jk-1' -"'W15f'?' .K 1. 'L Q" ' X .J-'ik-42-,Q-5 , . .. . .. ' 6 ' 'FWfQ11:QE.-2:5 A E... -3, y e as .lu if . A , WS-Ebwfwffmukg xf-. . vvwb WWW QW fwff JAMNMO Q Compliments of Ballantyne Buick-300 El Cajon B1vd'. 5 M YW Q rv-wan-.,.4,,,, if X . 3 15 Action . . . EL ff! Q ,ff ef 4 ' M faf k Avyiygj, . ,. F m if X if . gl I Courtesy of Vic Holeman Texaco-6085 Lake Murray Blvd. 1 .-I-""' w 59? 5 . Q mfs ,,,pjA9" an X ,,hk .-Q... 7-"W, mf Top Row: D. Hodgkinson, J. Hurlbut, C. Clemmens, J. nings, K. Ruiz. Front Row: R. Sutton, C. Chiaramonte, R. Moore, D. Williams, S. Woodall, B. Watson, B. Baxter, Ricco, L. Falls, G. Meachum, M. Garcia, L. Ruiz. Mgr. 2nd, Row: M. Heishman, J. Ridens, R. Falls, M. Jen- . 1 ,. 1 if 3' V, war K . -K , .,... - , ...g. ..,,.. .,.... .. -,,.,.. ,.. ,,... -, .... .....,.,..,.. W... ,.... ' .f-.M-MM .Wu "" if 'i.. '5 5 ff, f, all 'Tai W 7 1 ' ' ff' '-f ,. C Vi . 7 .1 L JY A 3 C .go . fa' ,Q ,Q , .5 A . C +1 ' X , - y . Q .xr f Vw- 5' LQ.- wx- . ui ' .ff 54 J. nf-.F ,W 3m.wrm,g V . . . .. -Kill K M , , . M., , 'N , . ' -f 's ., , W- . ,uw I , Q . yawn ., 1. ,,, . , , Q V Courtesy of Foster's Old Fashion Freeze-1340 N. Second Street-E1 Cajon H' I! Track Top Row: Coach Quast, J. James, D. Gillson, P. Schlegel, J. Francis, R. Stith, D. Mason, A. Mortenson, A. Miller, B. Speck man, K. Gildea, D. Schlegel, S. DeBreau, S. Hill, Coach Brooks Znd. Row: H. Haley, B. McAllister, R. Perkins, G. Davis, S Slatinsky, B. Swegles, R. Gapen, D. Reynolds, D. Mathews, C. Risner, P. Isaacson, R. Peterson. Front Row: T. Womack, S. King, J. East, P. Hendricks, I. Lynn, A. Valencia, W. Gullett, W. Miles, C. Strang, J. Smith. Coach Brooks Coach Quast DEFENDING LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 129 fa'-fegf:s'-ifsigi -- . .nz-,f.fV" A fi ,. J, A A ,syn-v .. rm "K ,g.,...--J,g::4m5.alx ani .. fgi' .1. g by A I V ,pw - 1, we 1 .. .uhiy Akwgarvi if-9' wi W E'avi'.f'., Hiisfwsiifi al i? .yx, ian 51 fy M p wg 5 lw am gw, f 1' Y Dennis Reynolds Larry Turner Walt Gullett Ken Gildea A ,,,, K A K f, if . A ,'Tv'?':-VTP' f X 1 7 f Q K ,f w - 7 , . ---- 1 .. - ,Q -geo 5,353 ' - is A E M -1- L, X s , . P3195 Gary Davis ' f- E ,Q 7 , X ' A h 1 V- . '1 - ' ia-' -gli' vi!" ,:,.v. .. 3.11. K , f. di ,. 4 1 ' ' '---riff ' . QESQQLGQL' if ik Y , 'Tiff' " g he -V -. W' w.,,,,, K . , ,hsw f 1 f s"s ' f H K 1- 'Q Jim Smifh Al Miller Don Mathews 2 .. J If :1:.w ' n K f N, J, i .idgimvi o Ak Y i DQ, .H , f M fi ni . R00 P9rkif1S Irvin Lynn Paul Hendricks Clint Risner Ozztsmndzng Sponsored by E1 Cajon Auto Parts-1192 East Main Cindermen fp in if Action .IL I , S y R k R 11M k - jamacha-E1 Cajon Davis Meat Market-1152 W. Main "B" Track fo. if Top Row: J. Rogers, J. Verdugo, G. Wfeston, L. Woods, R. Marrs, Kitching, D. Hascall. Front Row: B. Nelson, J. Messina, R. Real, C. Sperry. znd. Row: B. Horton, D. Evans, R. Lou, P. Best, M. V. Messina, S. Graves. MCU TVJZCIQ We , Top Row: D. Steele, R. Supinger, S. Hill, D. Melrose, H. Connell, man, B. Clarke, D. Gillihan, D. English. Front Row: M. Hughey A. Kent, R. Bravo, J. Donahoe, R. Brean, D. Wassam, T. Moelter. G. Young, G. Mitchell, R. Roberson, W. Bentsen, T. Murillo. 2nd, Row: G. Brooke, C. Smith, B. Real, L. Ruff, T. Jones, S. Hoff- sw. b CHARLES ROSS BILL BUTLER DOUG BAUGHMAN BOB KIMMEL Varsity Tennis JACK PINNEY COACH LINDSEY A xl BILL VIDANO GARY DINKINS GARY OSGOOD LYN N WEINGAND ROBIN CLEAR . Va nity Tennis Coach Lindsey F hw, . . 3 . . FEE Top Row: G. Karnop. B. Graham, R. Ribicic, G. Sussand, J. Portland, B. Elberfeld. Front Row: G. Streenan, P. Brownlee, D. Dowait, B. Scott. 'Y' 4.45" 4-WW iii' ttf' Sponsored by Safari Oil Company ,,,,,...,..-,-'A ,,,.,,,...-N--f-- Track Spring Graduation ig. ,ii . Q - - .Q .. L Q 'ii' N g,L '.f. 5 King Pat Contestants ' 'wi C A ' V A 'A 3 In March a dread epidemic strikes the El Cajon 5 g Ai Q , 1 "'i 453, Valley High Schol Campus. You can recognize the 3' M 0 JJUx C 2 ,fy VVVVV yy V r,i, victims of this disease by their display t A i'i' ' i'i -i" 'iiiy W 5 of such symptoms as wandering minds and vacant e - stares. W y u if Q, A cure for this malady, commonly known as Spring ' ' ig '- ' Fever, is to be found in outdoor activities. Thus, A 'A' - , . ' Track, Tennis, and Baseball are prescribed at this -i s N time. Q , f A more acute form of this disease is di B T Fl C Senioritis which strikes only a very C f ' mvene ryouts - ag mps select group of students, the upper classmen. This tends to be a lingering illness finding its final cure only on June Graduation Day. Courtesy of El Cajon Foursquare Church, 311 Highland-Everyone Welcome Activi i. HY Baseball Senior Fun Night K 1 xiii R.. x . P Q5 g A 'Q Q 1 i ff' Z l k lsr i ' Q ,Rg'f" ' f ' S nf . 4, an f- l f 4 I I 5 qjl ll bww 1 1 , 'Ag ' N' f' ff N , - W n A ' W ilfnj-ll x I H . . j r - aw, ,K 7. nf I ' ' l fx . . . :f ' 431 , 1 LEGEND DlSIfIbUIl0H A 4 4 N , 4,AA K I v' K ' ' f l MW A , 235-14 X A " 1 5 ' , 1 A on pl , fn Bravene Tryouts - Hand Corps A M , rtuary, 624 El Cajon Blvd., El Cajon--442-6677 E1 Cajon Mo .- . K 2312 5. z f .guffggifk 1 ,, f 'X f 'M ,LVVL H -,zf,::, A -msn' 1' , ,,.,, L ' . K 1'-QLig1""' QL Qzggagggg 1 Q, . sflff5Q5i'f, .f-4531 1 ,,L,,L 3 1, ,fV, ' ,L mfnga, x , V ,,,,.,, 'if' ,iff "SV f. , W 5 wg, ff. .P ,f 'fu-ww, . ,yi Hpwffffv ,, , ?,-,A,,, U we ,,,- . . E '.,. K. V, ffsl wg -,-, -.,,A.W,, fe- , -1 7,548 M,.s'f V ff' 'l'3k"5E2 e e ,ffm ' ,2"?irq, mi'1fQ k ' '- 'iifzi .,,, f M A, A 1. W . Qmww,-A I - AyiMA f Sf fl'-'G 'Via' a t6lk,E2,i?'fVi'5' Vd'i'i1',fQf'1' f 1, ' e,,f,,Jcf ilk, A, , + . - ' 1 - - mfwwf , " 'ag ? f ' 4 gf'-' ga 111 fs..5f5i'l,1lff1r:' xy aw M' fp? Q gy gr... as Hi Q . Q, f 7' ' iff? mm f 1 ' , ,,., u,., . 1. 4 Rf f if I 1 , Q f 3 'll . . AQ-Q 19' ! L.: K 4' ,, M325 june, 1964. To us Seniors, the ninth graduating class of El Cajon Valley High School, this month brings about the Hnal act of a drama that began four years ago. The campus was different then, newer and somehow larger with the absence of the gymnasium. As Freshmen, we endured a humiliating yet treasured week of initiation that ended with our being accepted into the "tribe", We were launched into a whirl of football games, dances, sock-hops, and class budgets. We were introduced to English-Social Studies, to Algebra, to a foreign language . . . and to each other. When summer arrived we "frosh" were well on . . From Freshmen to Sophomore seems mighty leap. This year we took an active part in initiation and settled to some serious planning both scholastically socially. The Mardi Gras was instituted and the class of '64 played its part with the sponsorship of the successful dance We saw the construction of the beautiful new gymnasium and the spirit of expansion caught on Sixteen-the golden age, brings new driving licenses and other new responsibilities . . . the Sophomore year meant growing up . . . juniors . . upperclassmen. Most of us realized for the first time how little time we had left at E1 Cajon. We sponsored a picnic at El Monte Park and once again put on a successful dance at the Mardi Gras. We worked at the El Cajon Fair and tackled our studies with a fervor renewed when we saw this year's Senior Class prepare to make their exit. As Archbearers and Ushers, we watched them take that final trip down Graduation Road and realized that soon it would be our turn. Our school took on a special importance . . . it became a dear friend . . . Now the moment is here, We are the Class of 1964 . . . the Seniors. We have the football games and dances and Mardi Gras and classes and exams of four years all behind us. A new episode of life is suddenly open to us. For some it will be more school, for some a new jobg many will go into the armed forces, while still others will marry and begin raising families. But for all of us our high school days will long be remembered. The tears, sighs, joys, pains, grins and grimaces experienced in these last four years will never be forgotten. We've benefited much from Fl Cajon. It has in a very real sense witnessed our growing up, our awakening to a world that will very soon be ours. We are the generation our late President Kennedy described in his stirring Inaugural Address of januarv 20, 1961: "Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans- born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage . . ." The torch is passed, the world lies before us. To the class of 1964 are given the keys to a rich and glorious future , . . to a rich and glorious America, land of the free, home of the brave . . . L i L11 A wi... t?r.'i'.J5Swfi.ilfX 111 - ual? M Senior C0f72172iitee5 L.-4 Ways and Me iwwpky .gf , , 56. Z q...,,khm S. Gif: Comminee Chairman: joe Queen s Cha. lrma ans n- C ' 'Q pmmirr Vnkx Top 99 P Commiuee Priviiege Chairman: Craig Tysdai 2 K Q nee muy ommi and Asse ,wet Rose W Dance Chairmwi '59 C . Oilgratulatxons to the Class of f64 ffofn C . al0fl Travel Bu reau B ' . Cbairm Commxuee n . ace Mwwxf. 'ima Penrna K' 515 3 'fi' mmee Pro shawn chairman' ft 1'w- M.w,t: Q, '- ' A 'I . "' 2 ' v 4 .E 5 119 F n m Com Cassini , 354. 5 t iff? xfP'tl'f A l Cards and - Announcements Chairman: Ali - Publ ' -' C17-izfmazf ry COUNT: itt Fernando 2,2 te Clason 12 Cap Cha SP0nS0fed by Iilld Gown C0 . ' I Ulflllttee Hman' -len? Fastlna Il -YN: Commencement Committee Chairman: Ben Ramsey , Furnifu han 5 MCMa re Store R IN APPEARAN John Kessler Eileen Tong Dennis Ayres Karen Paukovits CE Senior sm F we if ai 3 Cou IN PERSONALITY Corky Miller Mike Hill Gail Westmoreland Ginger Davis rtesy of Engravers Corporation Stand-outs IN CITIZENSHIP Fernando Ruiz Richard Ainsley Mary Lou Bolda Dorothy Acton IN SCHOOL SERVICE Parry Treadwell Craig Tysdal janet Rose Ed Ostermeyer Sponsored by Valet Cleaners WWCYWIN fi?-A, Armin in Sehelezmhgb and Achievement ""Fl'D0 Dorothy Acton-4.00 Mike Davis-400 Ed Ostermeyer-4.00 CO-VALEDICTORIANS Craig Tysdal-3.86 Anita Coulon-5.85 Janis Gates-5.84 J0al1n Hirlkle-3-81 Richard Ainsley-3.78 Billie Sue Grady--3.76 Suellen Dowell-3.75 FRONT ROW? DOUEIHS Baughmafl, Patricia Tfefidwelli Susan Smith, Richard Hill, Marilyn Dew, Eileen Brigham, Beverly Stone, Elynda Merrill, Florence Snyder, Dede Davidson, Diane Ramsey, Tina Perlman, Vemelle DeLafa, Joanne Wallace, Suggs, Midliiel Phil1iPS, J0hU Ke5Slef, David Parham, Alan Jeanne Cline, Sally Wolcott, Vicki Lenihan, fNot pictured: Mortensen, Daniel Walker. BACK ROW: Bob McAllister, Bob Robert Kl-011, Bill Butler, Pal Rusgello Congratulations to the Class of '64 from Herff-jones NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: FIRST ALTERNATE TO THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY: Bill Butler. X X ., . ,,v,fs:,v u-,lb . T Kiki-F,f2'f"3"! 4 W 'Nw' X .- -T ,,,:A,,'ar'f'w' Ib. 'V' ,wrt 4 ,. K' HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW: Anita Munzer. DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD: Sally Wolcott. .S 6- O " NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CERTIFICATE WINNERS: Dave Parham and Suellen Dowell. BOYS' STATEQ HARVARD PRIZE BOOK CLUB CERTIFICATE OF MERIT, HONORS AT ENTRANCE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CALI- FORNIA AT RIVERSIDE: Craig Tys- dal. W E BANK OF AMERICA TROPHY BANK OF AMERICA CERTIFICATE WINNERS, SPECIFIC FIELDS: FRONT ROW: WINNERS, GENERAL FIELDS: Homemaking, Pam Schenkg Music, Dorothy Actong Language, Dede Davidson, Business, FRONT ROW:, Liberal Arts Ed Os- Judy Moore. BACK ROW: Industrial Arts, Jan johnstong English, Dave Parham, Art, fefmeyefl Vocarwnal Arts, Dim Walk- Pam Brockg Math, Doug Baughmang Science, Richard Ainsley. er. BACK ROW: Math and Science, Craig Tysdalg Fine Arts, Bob Smith. The Valley News-Your Home Town Newspaper-613 W. Main HEIDI HELEN ABBOTT TERRY ANN ABBOTT DOROTHY JANE ACTON WILLIAM H ALEXANDER DANNY CHARLES ANGOTTI BILLIE JO ARMSTRONG RICHARD WARREN AINSLEY JOHN ALBERT THOMAS ALEXANDER HEIDI ABBOTT . . . is a January Graduate who will obtain a degree in social welfare at SDSC . . . was active in Concert Choirg Girls' Leagueg Drama Club, Spanish Club . U. S. History was given as a favorite subject . . . will always remember winning the Peace Pipe . . . TERRY ABBOTT . . . major activities have included Girls' League Comm., Executive Board . . . will be attending a junior college and majoring in a secretarial or business field . . . enjoyed Mr. Adams' classes . . . DOROTHY ACTION . . . will attend SDSC to prepare for teaching the handicapped . . . took an active part in Concert and Marching Bands 1,2,5,4g Orchestra 5,4g Latin Club 1,2,5g CSF 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers' Club 4, Horizon Club 1,2,3,4g Archbearer 3 . . . RICHARD AINSLEY . . . has participated in Science Club, Vice Pres. 1, Pres. 2,39 GUHSD Science Club Fed., Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 3,4g AFS Pres. 3,45 Health Careers Club 23 Radio Club Treas. 1, Vice Pres. 25 Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm . . . plans to become an electrical engineer with BSE . . . will not easily foret the Snowball . . . JOHN ALBERT...was active in Marching Band...favorite teacher, Mr. Lutz...wants to attend college and study law . . . transferred from Beth Page High School in New York BILL ALEXANDER . . . has worked in Auto Shop 1,2,3,4 . . . would like to enter the field of Auto Mechanics . . . enjoyed being in Mr. Smith's classes . . . DAN ANGOTTI . . . will never forget making the Varsity teams in Baseball and Basketball . . . included Basketball 3,4, JV 2, Frosh 15 Baseball SA, JV 2g Football, JV and Frosh among his activities . . . liked working with Coaches Gehrke and Elliott . . . plans to work for a year before getting married . . . JODY ARMSTRONG . . . would like to be a business major at Grossmont College and SDSC . . . was active in Girls' League Comm. 1,2 . . . named Mr. Kingery as favorite teacher . . . DENNIS AYRES . . . has spent high school years working on Nominating Conventions 53 ASB 45 Football 1,2,3,4g Basketballg Baseballg Varsity Club 3,4, Sec. 4 . . . future includes attending SDSC . . . 1 TOM "ALEXANDER" ALEXANDER . . , hopes to enter the service and go into the elec- tronics field . . . attended high school in Bristol, Pennyslvania . . . lists his favorite teacher as Mr. Kingery . , , HAROLD AI WELL . . . future plans include attending Grossmont College . . . enjoyed Auto Shop classes . . . is a four year student . . . PAT AUBREY . . . will never forget graduation day . . . wants to become a beautician and then marry . . . has participated in Girls' League 1,2g YFC 1,2,5,4g Nominating Conventions 1,2g Sr. Prom Comm . . . RAY AVILA . . . came to El Cajon from Phoenix, Arizona . . . Cross Countryg JV Baseball 2 . . . will easily recall Graduation Day . . . indicates Mr. Hegland as most-liked teacher . . . JOHN BALLINGER . . . future Dairyman . . . finds favorite instructor to be Mr. Dyer . . was active in FFA . . . has attended ECVHS all four years . . . MEL BARNES . . . lists his favorite teacher as Mr. D. Williams . . . will continue education in junior college . . . played on JV Basketball team . . . JACK BARTLETT . . . transferred from Hawaii during his Freshman year . . . was active in Calif. Cadet Corps as member of the rifle team . . . plans to attend JC and go on to SDSC . . . DAVE BATTAGLIA . . . will long have fond memories of Freshman Initiation Week . . . ambition is to become a foreign language teacher . . . was active in Spanish Club 23 Sr. Cap and Gown Comm . . . DOUG BAUGHMAN...was active in Science Club 1,2,5,4g JV Tennis 1,2g Usher 3g AFS l,2,3,4g CSF 2,3 . . . will major in aeronautics or electronics as he furthers education . . . EDDIE BEALER . . . future points to becoming retail merchandise: . . . enjoyed Mr. Kingery's classes . . . has previously attended Escondido High and El Capitan High . . . has been active in Varsity Track and Choir 4 . . . HAROLD W. ATWELL PATSY RUTH AUBREY RAY W. AVILA DENNIS LEE AYRES JOHN O. BALLINGER ME LVIN EUGENE BARNES 'vlwary JACK DALE BARTLETT DAVID BATTAGGIA DOUGLAS LYNN BAUGHMAN EDWARD RAY BEALER ROY BEYER . . . has attended ECVHS only one year having transferred from Sweetwater . . . hopes to join the army after graduation . . . is interested in wrestling . . . MARY LOU BOLDA . . . will long remember being Homecoming queen . . . participated in Girls' League 1, Class Council 1,3g Bravettes 53 Nominating Convention 1,2,3g Drama Club 2g Sr. Prom Comm . . . GLENN BREITENSTEIN . . . Class Council 1,2,3,4g Vice Pres. lg Girls' League Good Grooming Award 1,23 A.F.S. 1, Football 2g Baseball 1,2,3g Nominating Conventions 1,5,-4, Sr. Gift Comm., LEGEND STAFF 3, Sports Ed. 45 World Banking Seminar 4, . . . were among his activities . . . plans to join the Air Force and later obtain a college education. EILEEN BRIGHAM . . . enjoyed being in Concert and Marching Band 1,2,3,4g Band Staff 2,3,4g Library Club 3g Class Council 4g Latin Club Ig Girls Varsity Band 1, 25 Smoke Signal 5, Copy Editor 4, Future Teachers 35 Nominating Convention 1,2,3g Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm . . . MARGARET "MUGGINS" BUECHEL , . . participated in Concert and Marching Band 1,2,3g Band Staff 2,3g Sr, Publicity Comm .... plans to work as secretary after graduation . . . JUDY BUEHNER . . , future includes becoming an English teacher , . . active in Girls' League 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 2g Drama Club 3,4g Future Teachers 5,4g Tennis Club 2,35 Smoke Signal 3, Sr. Prom Comm .... remembers most "The Miracle Worker" and "Westside Story" . . . JUDY BUELL . . . enjoyed her Freshman year . . . activities around campus were Girls' League 1,2,3,4g Nominating Convention 1,3g Class Council 1, Sr. Commencement Comm . . . intends to go to a junior college . . . SHARON "LITTLE ONE" BURNETT . . . indicated school activities as Class Council 1,2, Girls' League lg Nominating Convention 2,3,4g Bravettes 3,4g Drama Club 3,43 Spanish Club 2g SMOKE SIGNAL 3 . . . wants to become a registered nurse . . . ELAINE BURNHAM . . . Girls' League 1,2,3g Pep Club 2, A.F.S. 2g Nominating Convention 1 were among her activities . . . plans on attending junior college . . . will be a dental hy- gienist . . . SHERYL BURNS . . . enjoyed her class in Photography . . . ranking high in her memories is the day we won the Peace Pipe . . .will pursue a career as a homemaker . . . MARY LOU BOLDA GLENN ARTHUR BREITENSTEIN NANCY EILEEN BRIGHAM MARGARET ANN BUECHEL JUDY SHEILA BUEHNER JUDITH ANN BUELL ADA MAY BUIE SHARON LYNNE BURNETT ELAINE GAYLE BURNHAM SHERYL JEWEL BURNS 'Qt-Q-,R--Y' IVEY WAYNE BELL CHRISTIANA-LYNN MARGARET C' BERRY PATRICK RAY BEST ROY LEONARD BEYER SHERIDAN LOUISE BINGHAM JAMES ROBERT BLACK MARY KATHERINE BLISS PAMELA ANN BROCK LOU ANN BROWN LEE ANTHONY BUCKINGHAM IVEY BELL . . . is a four year E1 Cajon student . . . shares mankind's dream of wealth and success . . . LYNN BERRY . . . has participated in Girls' League 1,2,4g Spanish Club 2g Sr. Dance and As- sembly Comm., Convention Page 1, Delegate 2,35 Student Council 1g Senate 4, . . . future plans include college . . . PAT BEST . . . was active in Track 2,3,4g German Club lg Science Club 1,23 . . . plans to be an automotive engineer after attending U.S.C. . . . his favorite teacher was Mr, Hegland . . . SHERRY BINGHAM . . . dreams of being an Air Line Hostess . . . was active in Girls' League her junior year . , . has fond memories of the El Cajon vs. Grossmont peace-pipe playoffs . . . JIM BLACK . . . graduated in january . . . enjoyed playing J.V. Football 2,3g . . . intends to continue his studies in junior college . . . MARY BLISS . . . most memorable moments of high school were during Freshman Orienta- tion . . . enjoyed working in Girls' League lg Pep Club 25 Specialties 45 Sr. Publicity Comm.g . . . will attend beauty college . . . PAMMIE BROCK . . . has hopes of attending college and majoring in Interior Decorating . . . her extra-curricular activities were Girls' Leagueg Drama Clubg Tab Book Clubg Sr. Dance and Assembly C0mm.g . , . LOU ANN BROWN . . . will long remember becoming Girls' League Vice Pres. . . . plans to attend BYU to earn teaching credentials . . . enjoyed being in Specialties 54 Girls' League Executive Board 2,3,4g Sr. Commencement Comm.g AFSg Future Teacher's Club . . . LEE "BUCK" BUCKINGHAM . . . would like to play on a college football team while continuing his education . . . was active in Football 1,25 Varsity Club 3,45 Wrestling 1,2g Nom- inating Convention 5 . . . ADA BUIE will never forget the many happy moments during Homecoming Week was active in Girls' League lg Tennis Club 2g Ticket Squad 43 intends to further her education at Grossmont College... RUTH J. BURTON WILLIAM RUSSELL BUTLER JOHN XVILLIAM CAMPBELL MARIE ANTOINETTE CANNON JANET CARLSON SHARON LEE CASSITY i"""" LAWRENCE THEODORE CASTILLO JR. SUSAN DIANE CATTON SIMIN PATRICK CAVANAGH ALICE MARIE CLASON K RUTH BURTON . . . will enter college and major in social work or psychology . . . among her activities are Latin Club 1,2g Nominating Convention Ig Marching and Concert Band 1,2,3, 4g Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Sr. Gift Comm . . . easily recalls winning sweepstakes at Long Beach All-Western Band Review '62 . . . "WILD BILL" BUTLER . . . says that he intends to be a free-lance philosopher . . . will long remember helping found the Student Forum of Human Rights in Dec. of 1963 . . . active in Class Council 1,2,3g Sr. Gift Commg Tennis 1,2, Varsity 3,49 Varsity Club 45 Cross Country 2: Senate 4g Mardi Gras Ass't. Chairman 4: CSF'1,2,3,4 . . . JOHN "'SKIP" CAMPBELL...will enroll at S.D.S.C. and major in history...Football 1 JV 2, Varsity 3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2g Student Council 1,2 .. . MARIE "COOK" Cannon . . . remembers the Girls' League having a successful Mardi Gras in '63 . . . was active in Girls' League 2, Executive Board 3,4g Bravettes 4g Y.F.C. 2 . . . enjoyed being in Mr. Gross's class . . . hopes to go to business college . . . JANET CARLSON . . . active in Choir 1,2,3g Girls' League Comm. 1,3,4g Tab and Campus 3,44 Nominating Conventions 1,3,4 . . . favorite teachers Mrs. Halliburton and Mr. Streshly . . . plans on going to J.C.. for two years and then becoming an airline hostess . . . SHARON "HOPALONG" CASSITY . . . hopes to become a high school teacher after attending the University of Calif. at Berkeley . .. activities include Future Teachers 3, Pres. 45 Sr. Prom Comm. Chairmang ASB Asst. 4g Nominating Convention 1,3g Dialectos 45 Color Guard 1,23 La- tin Club 1 . . . SUE CATTON . . . attended Hoover and San Diego High Schools . . . enjoyed Mr. Lyons' class plans to further her education and travel participated in Class Council 3g SMOKE SIGNAL 4g Sr. Cap and Gown Comm . . . SIMIN CAVANAGH . . . enjoyed Mr. Quatrochi's technical electronics class . . . active member of Radio Club . . . ALICE CLASON . . . participated in Drama Club 2,3,4g Treasg Dialectos, 2,3g Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm. Chairman . . . will attend Grosmont College . . . MARY ANN COLIA . Student Council 2g Girls' League Comm 1,25 Sr. Carwashg Sr. Gift Comm: SMOKE SIGNAL 4 . . . favorite class proved to be Shorthand . . . DAVE COOK . . . plans to become a police officer . . . member of Cadet Reserves . . . has many memories of Miss Curry's classes . . . LARRY CASTILLO . . . had role in "The Miracle Worker" while active in Drama Club . . . wants to join the Navy and then become a Postman or El Cajon Police officer . . . Mr. Rich- ard was favorite teacher . . . ROBIN CLEAR . . . Drama Club 3,4, Historian 3, Pres. 4g Class Council 5,4 . . . will attend J. C. for two years and hopes to enter the Pasadena Playhouse . . . Mr. Lyons is his favorite teacher . . . DEAN "SHORTY" CLIFT . . . enjoyed Wood Shop for three years as well as Mr. D. Wil- liams' teaching methods . . . will never forget a trip with wood shop to the furniture mart in L.A .... was member of Prom Comm . . . plans to become a mortician . . . JEANNE CLINE . . . will be among many registering at college next fall . . . active in Library Club Sec. lg Girls' League 1,2, Executive Board 29 LEGEND Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-editor 4g Drama Club, 2,3,4g Jr. Class Treas.g Arch Bearer 3g Dialectos 4g N.F.L. 4g Sr. Prom Commg Quill and Scroll 4 . . . listed August 20, 1963, among most memorable moments . . . BRIAN COLLIER . . . will attend Grossmont College or S.D.S.C. to study photography and Business Administration . . . will then join the Air Force . . . favorite teacher is Mr. D. Williams . . . has been active as LEGEND Photographer 3,49 ASB ass't. 4g Library Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4g Sr. Ways and Means Comm . . . BILL COMMONIS . . . will someday become a hairstylist . . . names Mrs. Schwartz, and Mrs. Halliburton as favorite teachers . . . was active in Sr. Dance and Assembly Commg Tab and Campus 23 Latin Club 1 . . . WANDA CONAWAY . . . puts Miss Johnston at the top of favorite teacher list . . . enjoyed participating in Bravettes 3,4, Pres. 4g Sr. Publicity Comm . . . will enter Grossmont College . . . MICKIE COON . . . attended El Capitan for three years before coming to El Cajon High . . is active and interested in F F.A ..,, BOB COPELAND . . . will attend junior college . . . will always remember Mr. Smith as his favorite teacher . , . kept busy in Auto Shop 1,2,3,43 Wood Shop 1,2 . . . VALERIE "JO" CORDELL . . . Miss Johnston has proved to be her favorite teacher . . . will make a career as Beauty Operator . . . enjoyed being in Bravettes 3,4g Sr. Commence- ment Commg Girls' League 1,2,3,4 . . . ROBIN FRANCIS CLEAR DEAN HARLEY CLIFT JEANNE C. CLINE MARY ANN COLIA BRIAN B. COLLIER WILLIAM MACK COMMONIS WANDA MARIE CONAWAY DAVID ALLEN COOK LAURA MARGARETTE COON ROBERT G. COPELAND VALERIE JOLINE CORDELL PAT DANA . . . her favorite subject has been Agriculture . . . school activities were Ag- riculture 3,4g F.F.A. 3,4g Girls' League Comm. 1,2 . . . plans to attend Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo . . . MIKE DAVIS . . . future plans are to continue his education at Reed College in Oregon and to have a successful marriage . . . lifetime member of C.S.F. . . VICKI DAVIS . . . transfered to El Cajon from Martin High School in Laredo, Texas . . . enjoyed the SMOKE SIGNAL Staff and Girls' League . . . intends to become an airline stew- ardess after high school . . . GINGER DAVIS . . . was active in Girls' League l,2,3,4, Exec. Board 2,4g Senate 2, A.E.S. 4g Songleader 45 Baccalaureate Comm., Class Council 1,2,3g Tab and Campus 1, Nominating Convention 1,2,3,4 . . . to attend Kelsey Jennings Business College is her plan for the future . . CLIFF DETTY . . . hopes to attend Grossmont College . . . participated in Basketball, J.V. and Varsityg Baseball, J.V. and Varsity, Class Council 2,3 . . . will never forget the first day of his Freshman year and his first day as a Senior. . . ROG DETTY , . . will remember Coach Streshly as his favorite teacher, . . enjoyed Football 5,4g Wrestling 3g Track 4, Tab and Campus 1,2, Auto Mechanics . . . wants to con- tinue his schooling in college . . . MARILYN DEW . . . activities include Bravettes 3,4, Captain 4g Girls' League Comm, 1,23 Medix 1,23 Sr. Ways and Means Comm . . . vividly recalls the l963 Bravette Banquet when the Captain's Whistle was placed around her neck . . . to graduate from the Calif. Hospital of Nursing is her ambition . . , ranks Miss Johnston first among her teachers . . . FAY DILLON . . . plans to be married after high school . . . Mr. Heaton is one of her many favorite teachers . . . will remember certain special events in her sophomore year . . . KAY DILLON . . . future plans include becoming a nurse , . . Mr. Logsdon was her favor- ite teacher . . . JOHN D'INTINO . . . hopes to attend Cal Poly and major in electronics . . . transferred from Mt. Miguel in his Sr. year . . . Baseball and Wrestling have been his school activities . . . MICHAEL RYAN DAVIS VICTORIA L. DAVIS VIRGINIA CHERYLE DAVIS CLIFFORD ALAN DETTY ROGER LEE DETTY MARILYN ELIZABETH DEW ROBERT LEE DE WINTER ,t 552345 ysiff fx .mf ' in FAY ETTA DILLON KAY ELLEN DILLON JOHN ALBERT D'INTINO ANITA BARBARA coULoN Josie A. CRAVO GEORGE N. CULP PATRICIA ANN DANA DARLENE R. DANZ DEEANN DAVIDSON JAMES ALLAN DAVIS CARLOS R. DE LARA VERNELLE DE LARA MICHAEL EDWARD DELONGE ANITA COULON . . . was active in Girls' League 1,21 Bravettes 3,43 Sec, 43 Quill and Scroll 4g LEGEND Staff 2,3,4, Art Ed. 3,43 Nominating Conventions 1,31 Archbearer 3 . . . plans to attend S.D.S.C. majoring in Art . . . wants to become an interior decorator or com- mercial artist . . . JOE CRAVO . . . will continue his studies at a junior college and later at college. . . trans- ferred to E.C.V.H.S. from Crawford in his Senior year. . . GEORGE CULP . . . transfered from El Capitan High to spend his Sr. year at El Cajon . . . his activities include Sr. Cap and Gown Comm, and Drama Club...he hopes to join the service and further his education there . . . DARLENE R. DANZ . . . graduation will be among her special moments in high school . . . has participated in F.F.A. 2,3,43 Farmerettes 3,43 Tab and Campus 2, 3 . . . future plans in- clude college . . . DEDE DAVIDSON . . . her many activities include Concert and Marching Band lg Latin Club lg Nominating Convention 1,21 C.S.F. l,2,5,4g Health Careers Club l,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 39 Class Council 2, 5, Commissioner of Cult, Aff. 2g Archbearer 31 Dialectosg Science Club Historian 33 A.S.B. Vice Pres. 4 . . .aspires to become a physician... JIM DAVIS . . . plans to attend Grossmont College . . , has enjoyed Tennis Club 33 Sr. Ways and Means Comm .... Mr. Bill Williams is his favorite teacher . . . will remember receiving his J.V. Tennis letter . . . CARLOS "JAP" DELARA . , . is interested in going into the oriental food business . . . would possibly like to have his own Chinese Cafe some day . . . VEE DELARA . . . Her extra-curricular activities have been Tab and Campus 1,2,3g Girls' League Comm. lg Spanish Club 23 Archbearer 33 Privilege Comm .... is looking forward to a career in nursing after high school . . . MIKE "THE BULL" DELONGE . . . will rememlw' Mr. Streshly as an ideal teacher . . . has been active in Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,5,4g Vlfrestling 13 Baseball 2g Varsity Club 3,43 Nominating Convention 2,33 A.S.B. Campus Relauuns Comm.g Sr Prom Comm.3 A.S.B,3 wants to attend college after high school . . . BOB DEWINTER . . . transferred to El Cajfr from Morse High in San Diego . . . plans to attend S.D.S.C. and become a C.P.A .... efjfys sports and has played Football 43 Basketball 43 . , . Mr. Gross is his favorite teacher. . . SHARON LEE DOCKUM CHARLES F. DONIVAN QUIK.. MICHAEL WADE DOUGHTY SUELLEN DOWELL DONALD JAMES DOYLE Ji' LINDA CAROL DRYMAN GREGG BURTON DUFFIN PATRICIA SUZETTE DUFFY JAMES MICHAEL DYE MARGARET MOYA EASTER 3 SHARON DOCKUM . . . was El Capitan student for three years . . . has been active in Cadet Band and Girls League . . . CHUCK DONIVAN . . . plans to go to Grossmont College and major in Police Science . . . participated in Tennis, 1,2,3,4 . . . MIKE DOUGHTY . . . involved his percussion talent in Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Marching Band, 1,2,3,4, Varsity Band, 2,3,4, Orchestra, 4 . . . remembers most participation in Long Beach All Western Band Review . . . also participated in Nominating Conventions . . . SUSIE DOWELL . . . intends to become a psychiatrist or a social worker . . . found time for A.S.B. Assts, 4g Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Executive Board, 39 Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,4g Science Club 2,3, Sec. 3, Senate 2,3,4g Sr. Publicity Comm., Latin Club 1,2g Y.F.C. 1,25 C.S.F. 1,2,3,4g Arch Bearer 3, Medix 1 . . . DON DOYLE . . . attended Salem High School, Ohio for 2 years . . . helped manage J.V. Football 3g Varsity Football 4, Varsity Basketball . . . LINDA DRYMAN . . . was a member of the G.R.A. Tennis team . . . is a two year trans- fer from Granite Hills . . . will someday attain success as a beautician . . . PATTI DUFFY . . . would like to become a dental technician . . . enjoyed her art classes . . was active in Y-Teens, Tab and Campus, Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm . . . JIM DYE . . . wants to attend a business college . . . participated in Marching and Con- ceft Bands 2,3,4g Varsity Band 3,43 Band Staff 3,4 . . . went to Mission Bay High School as a reshman . . . PEGGY EASTER . . . intends to go to Westmont Christian College . . . was active in Drama Club, Girls' League 1,2,3g Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Sec. 45 Bravettes 3g Nominating Conventions 2,3,4 . . . REGENA "REGGIE" ELBEL . . . participated in Bravettes 3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Girls Leagueg Spanish Club 2, Y.F.C. 3,45 Band Staff 2, Nominating Convention 25 Science Club 2 . . . will earn credentials in Elementary Education . . . GREGG DUFFIN . . . is going to college to major in music . . . applied percussion skills in various Bands . . . Cadet 1, Concert 2,3,4g Marching 1,2,3,4g Varsity 1,2,3,4g County Honor 3,43 Band Staff 3,4 . . . also took part in Track lg Drama Club . . . JERRY EASTMAN . . . is determined to teach the mentally ill or physically disabled . 1. . was in Dialectos 4, Vice-Presg N.F.L. 3,4g Drama Club 4g Sr. Cap and Gown Comm. Cha1r.g Class Council 4g Senate 4g Nominating Conventions 2,3 . . . BETTY EDWARDS . . . has fond remembrances of the 1962 Senior Prom . . . hopes that the coming years will enhance her marriage with happiness and success...was a freshman at Granite Hills . . . JIM EDWARDS . . . wishes to acquire advanced education at the Air Force Academy . . has attended El Cajon for four years . . . BOB ELBERFELD . . . included Tennis among activities . . . has future plans in Real Estate, Mechanics or Engineering . . . is a four year El Cajon student . . . JOAN ENDICOTT . . . names Secretarial Office as most enjoyable class . . . participation in campus activities includes Bravettes 3 . . . NANCY ERVIN.. .centered campus activities around Library Club lg Sr. Ways and Means Comm.g Tab and Campusg Class Council . . . lists Mrs. Halliburton as favorite teacher.. . LAURA EVANS . . . enjoyed her business courses . . . participated in Y-Teens, 3,4, Pres. 4g Sr. Ways and Means Comm. . . . hopes to become a secretary . . . CONNIE EZELL...plans to go to modeling school and then get married...participated in Bravettes 33 Sr. Ways and Means Comm.g Nominating Conventions 2,3g Girls' Leagueg . . . transferred from Jetton High School in Paducah, Kentucky . . . BARB FEARS . . . plans to get married . , . especially enjoyed her photography class . . Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm .... - f i '39 JAMES THOMAS EDWARDS FLORENCE REGENA ELBEL ROBERT CHARLES ELBERFELD JOAN LEE ENDICOTT NANCY ELLEN ERVIN LAURA JEAN EVANS CONNIE JEAN EZELL BARBARA JEAN FEARS . S - -VsxiishleigiYEr'i:5k:1f:.J' .EI JERALDINE MARIE EASTMAN BETTY JANE CFEARSJ EDWARDS JANIE FOSTER . . . had interests in Y.F.C., Vice-Pres. 1,2,3,4g Tennis Club 1,2,3,4g Girls, League Comm.g Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm.g AFS . . . will always cherish the award she received as most outstanding girl officer of San Diego County Y.F.C.'s . . . hopes to go to Business College and later become a youth director . . . AL GAPEN . . . shall not forget playing his first trumpet solo in Varsity Band . . . was active in Concert, Marching, and Varsity Band, Orchestrag Freshman Track . . . hopes one day to direct a band . . . JANIS GATES . . . campus interests included Drama Club 3,4g Bravettes 3g C.S.F. 25,45 Girls' League Comm. 2g Tennis 4g THOUGHT Asst. Editor 4, Nominating Conventions 2,3,4g A.S.B. Commissioner of Sales 43 Senate 5 . . . GIL GILLEN . . . will attend S.D.S.C. and later plans a career in art . . . served El Cajon through LEGEND Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4g SMOKE SIGNAL, Art Director 4g Sr. Privilege Comm.g Quill and Scroll 4g Library Club 2,4g Nominating Conventions 3,4 . . . BILLIE SUE "WlLLY" GRADY . . . participated in Orchestra and Marching Band 1,2,3,4g Band Staff 2.3.4: Latin Club 1,2g A.F.S. 2,3,4g C.S.F. 1,2,3,4g SMOKE SIGNAL 1,44 THOUGHT 4: Senate 2: Medix 1,2,3g Quill and Scroll 4g hopes to become a doctor of psychology after attending S.D.S.C. and the University of Michigan . . . BOB GRAHAM . . . activities included Y.F.C.g Student Manager of Varsity Football 2,3,4, and Varsity Basketball 23 Concert Choir, Dialectos 4g Latin Club 1,2g Sr. Privilege Comm.g Varsity Clubg Nominating Conventions C.S.F.g will attend college . . . WALT GULLETT . . . received trophies for being most inspirational and valuable Cross Country runner . . . participated in Varsity Cross Country 2,5,4, Frosh lg Track 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4g Nominating Convention 2,3g Science Club 2 . . . will either become a coach of high school athletics or enter a field of engineering . . . STEVE GUTHAUSER . . . participated four years in Calif. Cadet Corps and Science Club . . . will never forget our victory over Grossmont . . . plans to go to a college and then Navy O.C.S. for a commission in the service. KAREN "BEANS" HAMBRIC . . .liked being in Mr. Williamls class... enjoyed Tennis Clubg Class Council 23 . . . will never forget when the El Cajon squad edged out Grossmont for the Peace Pipe . . . RALPH ALFRED GAPEN JANIS M. GATES GIL EDWARD GILLEN BILLIE SUE GRADY ROBERT JAXON GRAHAM LAWRENCE KENNETH GROSSE WALT LINN GULLET STEVEN HENRY GUTHAUSER KAREN GAYLE HAMBRIC Mini '57-Q JO E. FINK CARLA FORBES HOLLY CAROL FOSTER JANE AGNES FOSTER KATHERINE ANN FOSTER RICHARD T. FRY RICHARD WALLACE FULLER DOUGLAS EARL GILLSON SHARON LOUISE GLAZE NANCY N. GLENNDENNING JODY FINK . . . plans to return to Texas and do church secretarial work .I . . campus activities included Marching Bandg Orchestra 4 . . . will easily remember El Cajon capturing "Peace Pipe" from Grossmont and Mr. Mathews, her favorite teacher . . . CARLA "GRANNIE" FORBES . . . will happily bear in mind numerous friends and enjoy- able activities at E.C.V.H ..,. wants to work as a dental assistant after college . . . HOLLY FOSTER . . . listed major activities as Class Council lg Girls' League Comm. 2,Q,4g Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,4g Sr. Commencement Comm .... will never forget Graduation Day or Mr. Cordry . . . plans to attend Grossmont College and then San Diego State . . . KATHY FOSTER . . . will earn nursing cap through a nursing school . . . has deep respect for Miss Johnston . . . was active member of Class Council 25 Girls' League Comm. 2,3,4g Sr. Privilege Comm .... RICHARD FRY . . . hopes to go on to college and study forestry . . . was an active four- year student . . . DICK FULLER . . . will improve artistic skills at Grossmont College and S.D.S.C. to prepare for profession as commercial artist or illustrator . . . participated in j.V. Football as Mgr.5 Mgr, Varsity Football 2g j.V. Football 5g Wrestling 1,3 . . . DOUG GILLSON . . . participated in Marching and Varsity Bands . . . influenced most by Mr. Kingery as interests center around photography . . . transferred from Fredonia High in New York . . . SHERRI GLAZE . . . will obtain a secretarial job after graduation . . . remembers Mr. Cordry's classes and appreciated his teaching methods . . . NANCY GLENDENNING . . . plans a career in photography and possibly marriage . . graduation exercises will be high among favorite memories . . . - LARRY GROSSE . . . hopes to attend Grossmont College and then possibly go into Archi- tectural Drafting or Industrial Arts . . . was part of j.V. Cross Countryg Trackg Latin Clubg j.V. Baseballg Varsity Clubg j.V. and Varsity Footballg Nominating Conventions . . . ALAN ROBERT HAMILTON DIANE LYNN HANCOCK BARBARA LEA HARDY PENNY ANN HART GARY ROBERT HARTSELL GEORGE J. HAVERLY MARGARET ANNE HEIBECK EVONNE FAYE HELLING PAUL M. HENDRICKS SHERRY ANN HENRY AL HAMILTON . . . future plans include attending Grossmont College . . . was active in Baseball, Football, and Wrestling . , . will remember Mr. Bascom as his favorite teacher... DIANE HANCOCK . . . will easily recall Graduation Day . . . wants to enter Grossmont College . . . participated in Class Councilg Bravettes 35 Sr. Prom Comm. . . . BARBIE HARDY . . . plans to become a secretary and then marry . . . main activities were Girls' League 1,45 Bravettes 3,4 . . . names Miss Johnston her favorite teacher . . . "PEN" HART . . . hopes to become a Dental Assistant and then marry . . . will remember the day she and a friend walked mistakenly into the boys' restroom . . . was active in Girls' League 1,2,3g Spanish Club 2g Future Teachers 3,45 Prom Comm.g Bravettes 4g Archbearer 3: C.S.F. 2,3 . . . "DUDE" HARTSELL . . . extra-curricular activities were Football lg Baseball, j.V. 1,2, Varsity 3,43 Varsity Club 4g Nominating Convention 1 . . . plans to attend Grossmont Col- lege and then San Diego State . . . GEORGE HAVERLY . . . took part in Football lg Band lg Sr. Prom Comm., Wrestling 1g Radio Club lg Nominating Convention 1,2 . . . chooses to become eligible for an accountant position . . . EVONNE HELLING.. .likes Miss Johnston as a teacher and advisor . . . among her activi- ties were Girls' Leagueg Bravettes 3,4g Y-Teens . . . experienced many memorable events during Bravette marching seasons . . . PAUL HENDRICKS . . . likes former legislator Mr. Hegland . . . Wants to attend Gross- mont College and then S.D.S.C. . . . enjoyed being in Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 2,3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4 . . . SHERRY HENRY . . . hopes to enter San Diego School for Medical and Dental Assistants . . . will remember Mr. Bascom and his English Class . . . participated in Girls' League 1,2,3g Bravettes 3, Sr. Cap and Gown Comm .... MARLO HILLS . . . holds Sr. Prom and Graduation Day high among treasured memories . . . will enter Grossmont College . . . names Mr. Kniss as favorite instructor . . . Bravettes SQ SMOKE SIGNAL 3,4, Feature Ed.g Girls' League 2, Pep Club 25 Quill and Scroll 4g Sr. Prom Comm.g School Service Comm. 4 . . . MARGARET HEIBECK . . . centered activities around Science Club, Tteas. 2,5, Pres. 3,4 ...plans to further her education at Grossmont College...and then transfer to a four year college and major in physics . . . favors Mr. Larson as best instructor . . . GERALD "BOB" HICKS . . . wants to move around when graduated . . . will remember his freshman year . . . enjoyed being in auto shop and art . . . MIKE HILL . . . will remember most when he discovered girls and passed biology . . . was active in Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,33 ASB 45 Football 2 . . . enjoyed being a part of Mr. Williams' class . . . RICH HILL . . . remembers most acting as usher at Graduation of 1963 . . . has been active in Sr. Prom Comm.g Football 23 C.S.F.g A.S.B. asst. 4g A.F.S .... future plans include going to college to train for Electronic Engineering . . . JOANN HINKLE . . . LEGEND Staff 3,4, Sr. Ed. 45 Bravettes 3,4, Hand Lieut. 4g Class Council 1,2,5,4g C.S.F. Life Memberg School Service Comm. 2g Archbearer 53 Sr. Ways and Means Comm.g Quill and Scroll . . . places 1963 Bravette Banquet first among memorable events . . . will attain teaching credentials as a math major at S.D.S.C .... has deep respect for Miss Johnston . . . TONI HOBRECHT . . . hopes to attend college majoring in business or psychology . . . enjoyed being a Part of Mr. Leewaye's class . . . includes Sr. Ways and Means Comm. among campus activities . . . PHIL HOCO'IT...can easily picture his first day as a Freshman...future plans are to enter a junior college or college . . . enjoyed Mr. Kingery's photography classes . . . BERNIE HOFFMAN . . . will remember Mr. Larson as his favorite teacher . . . plans include going to S.D.S.C. and majoring in engineering . . . LINDA HOLLAND . . . plans to attend S.D.S.C .... activities included Concert Band 1,2,3,4g Marching Band l,2,3,4Q Band Staff 2,3,4g Y-Teens Sec. 4g Future Teachers 3,4g Girls' Leagueg Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm.g Dialectosg Latin Club 15 Nominating Conventions 1,2,3g SMOKE SIGNAL 3,4g Thought Mag. 45 Class Council lg Tab and Campus . . . will remember Mr. Minor and his sweepstakes winning band . . . TERRIE HOMAN . . . attended Yuma High School for three years . . . plans to attend beauty college . . . remembers the fun she had washing cars at the senior car wash . . . GERALD HICKS ' MICHAEL WARD HILL RICHARD LESTER HILL MARLO MAEJEAN HILLS JOANN CAROL HINKLE TONI R. HOBRECT PHILLIP DAVID HOCOTT BERNARD PAUL HOFFMAN LINDA MARIE HOLLAND Mw- wr'--w TERRIE HOMAN PAUL ISAACSON . . . major sports activities were Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4 . . . has attended ECVHS all four years . . . JUDI JOHNSON . . . future education major wants to attend JC and Stephens College in Mo .... was active in Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4g Nominating Convention 1,2,3,4g Class Council 2,43 Sr. Privilege Comm .... came to ECVHS from North Hollywood . . . JAN JOHNSTON . . . enjoyed being in Auto Shop . . . attended ECVHS all four years . . . after graduation plans to find a well-paying job . . . PENNI JONES . . . will always remember meeting many wonderful people her first day at ECVHS . . . future airline hostess . . . Mrs. Ridgway heads list as favorite teacher . . . Girls' League: Sr. Privilege Comm.g Choir . . . is a former "Matador" . . . ROGER KELLEY . . . took an active part in Football 1,2,3g Basketball 25 Auto Shop 1,2,3, 4 . . . came to us from Mt. Empire High School . . . WILL KELLOGG . . . came to El Cajon from the San Diego Military Academy . . . is espe- cially interested in Auto Mechanics . . . NAN KENNEY . . . Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Marching Band 2,33 Sr. Gift Comm.g Latin Club 1,2 . . . wants to major in chemistry or biology at Redlands or Santa Barbara . . . lists favorite teacher Mr. Haynes . . . easily remembers Braves capturing Peace Pipe from Foothillers . . . GARY KINKAID . . . major activities were Football 1,2,4g Baseball 2,5,4g Nominating Con- ventions 2,3g Varsity Clubg Sr. Prom Comm .... names Mr. Cordry as most-liked teacher . . . wants to attend Grossmont College and then go to a larger college . . . PETER "CANADA" KING . . . main activities included Concert and Marching Bands . . . hails from Toronto, Canada , . . will register at SDSC next fall . . . GRACE "SMILEY', KINGS . . . was active member of Tennis Club . . . enjoyment of sports resulted in PE becoming favorite class . . . future secretary names most memorable moment as graduation day . . . JUDITH E. JOHNSON JAN BARRY JOHNSTON PENELOPE OAIL JONES ROGER VIRGIL KELLEY WILL LEWIS KELLOGG NANCY CAROL KENNEY JOHN KESSLER GARY MICHAEL KINKAID PETER DAVID KING GRACE LUCILLE KINGS 'im PAUL NELS ISAACSON PATRICIA J. JACKSON CRAIG DAVIS JIROCH ,J CHARLES OTTO JOHNSON "Ci ff NANCY HOUGHTBY . , . activities include Latin Club 1,2g Science Club 2g Health Careers Club 1,2,3,4, Pres, 45 Horizon Club 3,4 . . . intentions are to become a nurse . . . is a four year student . . . JIM HOUSE . . , will never forget Graduation Day . . . JV Football lg Varsity 2,33 VHFSIIY Club 3,4...intends to go to JC and become a cabinet maker...Mr. Williams and Mr. Gehrke are high on list of favorite teachers . . . AL IHDE . . . future plans are to travel . . . came to us two years ago from Grossmont High . . . PATTI JACKSON . . . plans to enter SDSC . . . was active in Concert Band 3.4g Marching Band 2,3,4g Girls' Varsity Band 2,41 Sr. Prom Comm.g Nominating Convention 2,3,4g Girls' League 4 . . . can happily recall her first participation with the band at Long Beach when El Cajon came home winners . . . CRAIG JIROCH . , . lists favorite instructor as Mr. Williams . . . participated in Spanish Club 2g Science Club 2g AFS 43 Sr. Privilege Comm.g YFC 1,2,3 . . . sets hopes on becoming a sociology major at SDSC . . . CHARLES JOHNSON . . . plans to become a serviceman after graduation . . . enjoyed Mr. Kingery's classes . . . SANDY JONES . . . Bravettes 3,4g Girls' League Comm, 1,2,3g Sr. Cap and Gown Comm. . . . places Bravettes, first place at Hawthorne among happiest memories . . , favorite teacher was Miss "J" . . . will attend Grossmont College . . . PATTI KASTER . . . favors English as most enjoyable subject . . . plans to major in business at Grossmont College . . . activities include Class Council 25 Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4g Sr. Commencement Comm.g Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,4 . . . PATTY KELLER . . . will always have a fond remembrance of high school graduation . . future plans include becoming a secretary . . . enjoyed Mrs. Ridgway's class . . . JOHN KESSLER . . . wants to attend college and medical school . . . will never forget the excitement of class elections . . . has participated in CSFg Usher 3g Senateg Sr. Class Pres-S ASB Ass't .... has been at El Cajon all four years . . . NANCY MARIE HOUGHTBY JAMES ROBERT HOUSE ALLEN RUSSELL IHDE SAUNDRA KAY JONES PATRICIA R. KASTER PATRICIA ANNE KELLER GARY MARTIN KIRK RONALD OTTO KITTEL KENNIE LEE KRATOCHVIL ROBERT H. KROLL DAVE HENRY KUNKEL ANN MAUREEN LAKIN RONALD CECIL LANE RONALD JAMES LANGLEY BRUCE LAURIE ELIZABETH ANN LEAIRD GARY KIRK . . . will long remember giving a campaign speech to the future Sr. Class . . . wants to major in English at SDSC . . . appreciates Miss Curry's teaching methods . . . activi- ties include Class Council lg Nominating Convention 2,3,4g Tab 8: Campus 59 ASB asst. 4: Sr. Publicity Comm.g Senate . . . RON KITTEL . . . among his activities were Football lg Student Council 1 . . . lists his favorite teacher as Mr. Bascom . . . intends to go on to JC . . . hopes to visit Hawaii . . . KEN "KRAWLING" KRATOCHVIL . . came to El Cajon his Senior year from Colton, Cali- fornia . . . will continue his education in a junior college . . . has been active in Football, Basketball and Baseball . . . BOB KROLL . . . enjoyed Mr. D. Williams' Class . . . centered activities around Drama l,2,3g and Speech Squad . . . is a January graduate . . . DAVE KUNKEL . . . was active in Marching Band and Concert Band . . . intends to join the I.C. Training School . . . ANNIE LAKIN . . . centered her activities around choir . . . plans on attending Cabrillo junior College . . . lists Mrs. Schwartz among her favorite teachers . . . RON LANGLEY . . . Coach Gehrke first among his favorite instructors . . . was active in Basketball and Cross Country. . . hopes to attend junior college . . . BRUCE LAURIE . . . enjoyed Auto Shop . . . dreams of traveling to far places . . . will long remember Mr. D. Williams . . . LIZ LEAIRD . . . was active in GRA . . . names Tennis Club sponsor, Miss Beekman as favorite instructor . . . wants to attend junior college and take business . . . SANDY LEWIS . . . lists Mr, Hilton as her favorite teacher . . . transferred from Pacific Beach in her Senior year . . . was a member of GRAQ Tab and Campusg Sr. Commencement Comm .... represented school and community as Mother Goose Parade Princess last fall . . . RON LANE . . . first day of high school will be clearly remembered . . . was a member of Track 2 . . . plans to go into the army and on to college . . . BARBIE LEE . . . participated in Girls' League 1,55 Cheerleader 2,4g Class Secretary 5.4g Har- vest Ball Princess, Homecoming Princess . . . ranks being elected to the Homecoming Court among her treasured memories . . . hopes to become an elementary teacher . . . DICK LEE . . . wants to help people, perhaps may fulfill this goal by going into Civil Service . . . enjoyed taking part in class activities as council representative . . . VICKI LENIHAN . . . was a participant in Girls' League 2,5,4g SMOKE SIGNAL 2,5,4, Feature Ed. 3, Managing Ed. 4g ASB Commissioner of Finance 4g Bravettes 55 Sr. Privilege Comm.g Nominating Convention 1,2 Y-Teens 5,4g Tab and Campus 25 Library Club 3g Arch Bearer 3 . . . is interested in attending college and majoring in journalism . . . MIKE LITTRELL . . . represented El Cajon through Football 2,53 Basketball 2 . . . his ambi- tion is to become an electronics engineer . . . was impressed by Mr. Smith's classes . . . LYNN LIVESAY . . . participated in Girls' League 1,53 Nominating Convention 5, Drama Club 4: Sr. Privilege Comm. 4g Tab 8: Campus 4g Senate 43 Concert Choir 4. ..plans to go to Grossmont College . . . Ends two ideal teachers in Mr. Richard and Mr. Castro . . . "MIDGET" LOH . . . centered campus activities around Football 1,2,5,4g Wrestling 1,2,5,4g Varsity Club 2,5,4 . . . will long remember Mr. Bascom for his college preparatory methods and teaching skills . . . DWIGHT LONG . . . formerly resided in Washington . . . was a participant in JV Football . . . will attend Humboldt State and major in Fisheries . . . RONNIE LOU . . . among his extra-curricular activities were Football lg JV Basketball Mgr.g Track 2,3,4 . . . is hopeful in that the future may bring him wealth . . . MIKE LYNCH . . . came to ECVHS from Lincoln, Nebraska . . . plans to work in the forestry department . . . his favorite teacher is Mrs. Halliburton . . . BARBARA ANN LEE RICHARD WILLIAM LEE VICTORIA LENIHAN SAUNDRA JEAN LEWIS MIKE D. LITTRELL LYNN ANN LIVESAY JAMES WI LBUR LOH DWIGHT DANIEL LONG RONALD H. LOU MICHAEL VINCENT LYNCH IRVIN LYNN is interested in sports and was active in Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4 . . . will continue his education at Oregon State . . . JIM MAGEE . . . Mr. Williams proved to be his favorite teacher . . participated in Foot- ball 1,2g Track 2g Nominating Convention 2 . . . will further his education at college . . . ROBERT MARTIN . . . transferred from El Capitan where he lettered in track . . . plans to attend JC and then go on a mission . . . CARRIE MARTINEZ . . . wishes to become an elementary education major or a secretary . . . member of Girls' League 4g Class Council 1,2,3,4g Dialectos 2,3,4g Drama Club 4g Spanish Club 2g Senate 2g Nominating Convention 2,35 Senior Play . . . JOE MASTON . . . wants to just go on living . . . participated in Football 1, JV...liked Mr. D. Williams, class . . . ALAN MAYO . . . Mr. Dyer tops list as favorite teacher . . . active member of F.F.A. . . . will attend San Diego State for two years and then go to Cal Poly at San Luis for two years . . . ELYNDA MERRILL . . . activities include Drama Club 3, Vice Pres. 4g Dialectos 2,3,4g Con- cert Choir 1,4g Sec. 2,35 Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4g Archbearerg Sr. Cap 84 Gown Comm. . . . will go to Grossmont College and study dentistry . . . KEITH MESECHER . . . will never forget getting out of Miss Curry's biology class . . . en- joys Mr. Hofer's class . . . plans to attend a college in Los Angeles . . . AL "CORKY" MILLER . . . will never forget the time he scored two points for Mt. Miguel's basketball team . , . Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3,45 Basketball 1, Varsity 2,35 Track 1, Varsity 3,44 Sr. Dance 8: Assembly Comm .... will further his education at Grossmont College . . . KEN MILLER . . . active in Football 1 . , . enjoyed being a member of his Auto Shop and U.S. History classes . . . will attend Grossmont College . . . easily remembers his Senior year . . . -MIZER . . . has attended high schools in Escondido, Calif. and in Galesburg, Mich. . . . will join the Air Force or go to junior college . , , activities included Football 1g Marching Band 1,2,3g Concert Band 1,2 . . . Mr. Brooks tops list as favorite teacher ROBERT EUGENE MARTIN JR. CAROLYN MARIE MARTINEZ AARON JOSEPH MASTON ALAN LEE MAYO ELYNDA JANE MERRILL KEITH E. MESECHER MARION MANETTE MICHEL wiv' --Wav ALBERT EDWARD MILLER KENNETH JAMES MILLER 'KW' JOHN ARNOLD MIZER DONNA JEAN MOEBUS in-f"' -04 yt. iii-1 F3319 IRVIN RONALD LYNN BOB DEAN MCALLISTER TRUDY LU McCLURE LOLA JEAN Mac FADEAN JAMES WILLIAM MAGEE MACK EDWARD MALETA JERRY LEE MANNUZZA GEORGE GREGORY MARION JOHN FREDERICK MASTON DON L. MATHEWS EDRIS RENEE MAYNARD BOB McALLISTER . . . will study psychology or dentistry at Univ. of Calif. at Berkeley or SDSC . . . active in YFC 1,2,3,45 Science Club 1,2,3,45 Cross Country JV 1, Varsity 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4g Sr. Prom Comm.5 Choir 1,25 Honor Choir 35 C.S.F .... TRU McCLURE . . . active in Student Council 3,45 Bravettes 35 Frosh-Soph Speech Tourna- ment 2 . . . enjoyed Mrs. Jump as a teacher . . . plans to get a job with the telephone com- pany and later get married . . . LOLA "SHORTY" Mac FADEAN . . . Pep Club 25 Nominating Convention lg Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Tab 8: Campus 45 Banner Corps 45 Sr. Cards and Announcementsg Class Council 4 . . . will further her education at Grossmont College majoring in Business Systems . . . MACK MALETA . . . favorite subject was Technical Electronics . . . centered campus activi- ites around Radio Club . . . will join the Navy . . . "BIG RED" MANNUZZA . . . will make the Navy a career . . . attended San Diego High School before coming to El Cajon . . . where he was active in JV Football 2,3 . . . GEORGE MARION . . . transferred from Carlsbad High School . . . active in Varsity Foot- ball . . . will attend a junior college . . . will never forget Graduation Day . . . FRED MASTON . . . may join the Navy . . . favorite teacher was Mr. Mathews . . . will always remember the day he got suspended. DON "UNCLE DUNCLE" MATHEWS . . . enjoys Mr. Cordry's class . . . active in Football 1,2,45 Cross Country 35 Track 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,4 . . . will further his education and get a job. "EDDIE" MAYNARD . . . wants to attend beautician school and get married . . . enjoyed Band 15 Band Staff 2. MANETTE MICHEL . . . will be a physical education teacher after graduating from JC and SDSC . . . Bravettes 3,45 Flag Lieut. 45 Banner 35 Archbearer 35 Girls' League 2,35 Sr. Pub- licity Comm .... being chosen Flag Lieut. highlights memorable events . . . favors Miss Johnston as an instructor and advisor . . . DONNA "'DROOPY" MOEBUS . . . appreciates Mrs. Halliburton's teaching abilities . . . lists marriage and a career as a beautician as future goals . . . among campus activities was Concert Choir 1,2,3,4 . . . THOMAS JOSEPH MoLLoY SANDRA SUE MONDY GARY J. MONETTE ROBERT FRANKLIN MOONEY JUDITH ANN MOORE LARRY EUGENE MOORE LARRY EDWARD MOREHOUSE REBECCA E. MORENO GORDON PERKIN MORRIS ALLAN DAVID MORTENSEN TOM MOLLOY . . . plans to be a fulltime bachelor . . . an El Cajon Student for two years, Tom last attended john Marshall High School in Cleveland, Ohio. ..has enjoyed Football 3, and Auto Shop . . . SANDY MONDY . . . an enthusiastic Agriculture student, wants to attend Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo . . . has participated in Farmerettes, Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Agriculture 1,2,3,4 . . . accordingly, Mr. Dyer is her favorite teacher . . . GARY MONETTE . . . a transfer from Granite Hills . . . enjoys Football, Basketball, Base- ball . . . plans to enter the Navy and then into Electronics . . . ROBERT MOONEY . . . will always remember the events highlighting his four years at El Cajon . . . plans to major in Business Administration at SDSC and UCLA . . . JUDY MOORE . . . her many activities include Girls' League Comm. 1,2, Executive Board 32 Medix lg Tennis Club lg YFC 1,2,3,4g Class Council 1,2,3,4g Treas. 2,4g Senate 2g Drama Club 43 Sr. Ways and Means Comm.g Homecoming Princess . . . will attend college and major in Business Administration or Business Teaching . . . LARRY MOORE . . . wants to further his education and then join the Air Force . . . MHICI1- ing Bandg Varsity Footballg Trackg Baseball are among his school activities . . . Mr. Minor was a favorite teacher . . . BECKY MORENO . . . will remember winning honorable mention trophy for photograph entered in the Del Mar Fair . . . her extra-curricular activities have been Girls' League Comm. l,2g Pep Club 25 Spanish Club Vice Pres. 2g Nominating Convention 2,3g Bravettes 5,4, His- torian 4g Class Council 2, Sr. Publicity Comm.g lists college among future plans . . . GORDON "TORCH" MORRIS . . . will remember Mr. Smith and his Auto Shop classes . . . dreams of one day opening his own welding and speed shop . . . participated in Metal Shop 1,2,3 and Auto Shop 1,2,3,4 . . . AL MORTENSEN . . . among his activities were Track 1,2,3,4 Football JV 2,39 CSF . . . wants to study Law Enforcement in college and join the Highway Patrol after graduation . . . CHERI "'CHIP" MUNDAY . . . her many activities have included Concert 8: Marching Band l,2,3,4g Girls' Varsity Band 2,45 Band Staff 3,4g Future Teachers Club 3,43 Co-Editor of Fresh- men Tom-Tom lg Smoke Signal 3,43 Senate 45 Quill 8: Scroll 4, Sr. Class Vice Pres .... plans to go to college and become an English or Physical Ed. teacher . . . LARRY MOREHOUSE . . . transferring from El Capitan, Larry has been a student at El Cajon for 2 years . . . intends to go to college and become a Veterinarian . . . Frosh Footballg Varsity Football 3g F.F.A. 3,43 have been among his major activities . . . SANDY MORTENSON...will summer in the South Pacific and attend business college in the fall . . . lists Girls' League Comm. 1 and a Sr. Committee among her activities . . - Mr. Bascom is her favorite teacher . . . holds Graduation Day high among her memorable moments . . . CARRIE "MOSTIES" MOST . . . plans to go to beauty college and later become a home- maker . . . will remember the year we beat Grossmont 14-13 . . . Mrs. Jump has been a favorite teacher throughout her high school years . . . BOB MULKINS . . . has enjoyed Varsity Track and Sr. Cap and Gown Comm .... hopes to major in math and science at S.D.S.C .... has attendd both El Capitan and Granitee Hills before transferring to El Cajon . . . NITA MUNZER . . . has been active in Latin Club 1, Scriba 2g Girls' League 1,2,3,49 Executive Boardg AFS 3, Sec. 4, Archbearer 59 Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm .... hopes to attend college and major in Education . . . DANNY MUSE . . . has participated in Latin Club 1,24 . . . plans to attend JC and then go to a trade school . . . Mr. Kingery is among his favorite teachers . . . EDDIE NAKASHIMA . . . will attend JC and possibly go on to S.D.S.C. . . . BOB NELSON . . . will always remember when he broke his leg while pole vaulting in Track 3,4g . . . hopes to go to college, major in electronics and become an Electronic Engineer. . . RON NELSON . . . activities have included Military Science, Rifle team: . . . thinks gradu- ation will be his most memorable moment in high school . . . a favorite teacher is Mr. Bascom . . . college is a future plan . . . JOYCE NEWTON . . . a January graduate, Joyce plans to go to college and maybe into the Air Force . . . her school activities have included Girls' League 1,43 Exec. Board 2,3g Bravettes 3g Library Club 1,23 Nominating Convention 2g . . . will always remember the Arcadia Com- petition and the Snowball of 1965 . . . SANDRA LEE MORTENSEN CARRIE FRANCIS MOST ROBERT C. MULKINS CHERI ANN MUNDAY ANITA ANN MUNZER DANNY WAYNE MUSE EDDIE Y. NAKASHIMA ROBERT BRYAN NELSON RONALD GENE NELSON JOYCE ANN NEWTON DAVID "LANCE', NUTTALL . . . was active in Varsity Club, 1,2,3,4, Varsity Football, 45 jr. Varsity Football, 2,3g Varsity Wrestling, 1,3,4g Baseball, 2,3g Varsity Baseball, 4 . . . GARY "GEORGE" OSGOOD . . . hopes to be a court reporter or go into business admin- istration . . . was in Cadet Band, 2, Concert Band, 3,4, Choir, lg J.V. Tennis, 2g Varsity Ten- nis, 3,4g Y.F.C., 1,2,3,4g Marching Band, 2,3,4 . . . ED OSTERMEYER . . . plans to attend college and major in either History or Pre-Law . . . participated in Nominating Conventions, 2,3,4g Senate, 43 Latin Club, 1,2,3,4g First Consul 2,3,4g Usher, 3g A.S.B. Director of School Arts Service, Sr. Publicity Comm.g C.S.F.-Life Mem- ber . . . BONNIE "BONEY" OWENS . . . enjoyed her Clerical Office Practice Class . . . hopes to become a beautician . . . SANDIE PAXTON . . . plans to go to Junior College and then college . . . was an active member of Girls' League Comms .... enjoyed her bookkeeping class . . . KATHY PEARSON . . . plans to enter secretarial field at Grossmont College . . . centered campus activities around Bravettes 3,4, Hand Lieut. 4g A.S.B., 4g Soph. Vice-Pres.g Sr. Prom Comm .... DOTTIE PEIRCE . . . wants to continue her education and have a successful marriage . . . went to Crawford in her soph. year . . . was a member of Girls' League, 1,3g Student Coun- cilg Sr. Commencement Comm., Nominating Conventions 1,3 , . . DON PERATT . . . participated in Y.F.C. Quiz Team 2,3g Y.F.C. Club 1,2,3,4g Sr. Privilege Comm.g Library Ass't. 4 . . . RON PERKINS . . . plans to go to college and become a lawyer . . . was active in Track 2, Varsity 3,4g Cross Country 3,4g Varsity Club 3,45 Latin Club 1,2 . . . TERRY PETERS . . . hopes to attend Grossmont College . . . will always remember the game El Cajon won with Grossmont. . . was in football all four years . . . GARY DEAN OSGOOD ROBERT EDWARD OSTERMEYER BONNIE LEE OWENS .Q SANDRA LEE PAXTON KATHRYN LOUISE PEARSON DOROTHY MAE PEIRCE CHRISTINA PENMAN DONALD E, PERATT RONALD LEE PERKINS TERRY ROLAND PETERS MARVIN LEE NIELSEN RONALD RUSSEL NIELSEN DOROTHY ANNE NORWOOD DAVID SAMUEL NUTTALL VICKI LYNN OLSON KATHLEEN ELIZABETH O'REILLY JAC E. OSBORN DAVID ALLAN PARHAM ALLEN LEROY PARISH KAREN SUE PAUKOVITS MARVIN NIELSEN . . . hopes to go to junior college . . . played Varsity Football . . attended Lincoln High School before coming to El Cajon . . . RONNIE NIELSEN . . . plans to attend junior college . . . remembers the Mardi Gras . . is a four year El Cajon student . . . DOTTIE NORWOOD . . . is a four year El Cajon student . . . Plans to go to Western Apostolic Bible College . . . VICKI OLSON . . . would like to work in a secretarial or clerical position , . . transferred from North Phoenix High School . . . enjoyed her Office Practice Class . . . KATHY O'REILLY . . . intends to go to San Diego State College and major in fashion de- signing . . . participated in Nominating Conventions 1,23 Health Careers Club 3,43 Cap and Gown Comm. 43 Soph. Class Councilg Dance Comm. I,2Q Girls' League 43 Drama Club, 43 . . . JAC OSBORN . . . was in Football, 13 Varsity Football Mgr. 21 Nominating Convention 39 Cheerleader 43 A.F.S. 3g Student Council l,2,3,43 . . . wants to go to Kansas State University and major in veterinary medicine . . . DAVE PARHAM . , . wants to go to college and then travel . . . SMOKE SIGNAL 3,4, editor-in-chief, 3,43 Calif. Cadet Corps-Cadet commander, 1,2,3,4g C.S.F.3 Quill and Scrollg Sr. Privilege Comm.3 Usher, 33 Senate 43 Drama Clubg A,F.S ..., AL PARISH . . . will attend Grossmont College and later San Diego State . . . plans to major in Industrial Photography . . . Gained experience as LEGEND STAFF photographer . . . KAREN PAUKOVITS . . . future plan is college . . . was a member of Student Council 1,2,3,4Q Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,43 Social Comm. 1,33 Good Grooming Comm. 2,43 Chairman 41 Dialectosg N.F.L. 3, Pres. 43 Senate 43 Harvest Ball Princess 4g Latin Club lg School Service 1... TINA PENMAN . . . wants to become a doctor . . . was active in Class Council lj Concert and Marching Band 1,23 Orchestra 1,21 Nominating Conventions 1,2,3Q Dialectos 3,43 C.S.F.3 N.F.L. 3,43 Sr, Baccalaureate Comm., Chairman . . . MICHAEL WAYNE PHILLIPS PATRICIA KAYE PIERCE RONALD EUGENE PINNELL KIM NORMAN POOL GLEN WILLIAM PORTER , , NICKI CAROLYN PORTER tin MARY LUELLA POWELL JENNELL MAE PRANTER ROBERT PRATHER RICHARD LEE PULSIFER MIKE PHILLIPS . . . would like to become a professional singer . . . was active in Frosh- Soph. Speech Contestg Senate 21 Drama Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 5g Usher 3g Nominating Conven- tion 2,45 Choir 3 . . . PATTY PIERCE . . . activities included Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Girls' League Comm.g Student Coun- cilg Class Council 1 . . . RONNIE PINNELL . . . participated in j.V. and Varsity Footballg Varsity Club . . KIM "RALPH,' POOL . . . plans to attend junior college . . . GLEN "GABBY" PORTER . . . activities included Dramag Speechg Latin Clubg Tab and Campusg Baccalaureate Comm .... will join the Air Force and attend college . . . "NICK" PORTER . . . will always remember initiation as a freshman . . . future plans in- clude beauty college or j.C .... was very active in Girls' League Executive Board 5,4 . . . JENNELL PRANTER . . . plans on employment and marriage after graduation . . . centered campus activities around Bravettes 5,45 Girls' League Comm . . . BOB PRATHER . . . centered school activities around Auto Mechanics . , . will always re- member Mr. Smith . . . hopes to go to junior college and major in automotive mechanics. . - DICKIE PULSIFER . . . was a former El Capitan "Vaquero" . . . plans to attend junior college . . . BEV RAMSEY . . . plans to attend San Diego State and then a Los Angeles college with a major- in English . . . activities included Freshman Class Treasurer: Nominating Conventions 1,3g Class Council, 1,2 Treas. lg Latin Club 1,2g Archbearer 3g LEGEND STAFF 3,4g Business Manager 45 Sr. Commencement Comm .... MARY ANN POWELL...was active in Girls' League Comm...received an award for Junior Achievement . . . plans to attend J.C. after graduation . . . will easily remember our Football victory over Grossmont . . . transferred from Mar Vista High School in Imperial Beach . . . JOE QUEEN . . .hopes to attend college and later become a coach . . . will always re- member Mr. Castro . . . took part in Football 1,2g Track lg Basketball 1,2,3,4g Sr. Gift Comm. chairman 4 . . . DONNA "RABBIT" RAAB . . . participated in the Nominating Conventions 1,3g Archbearer 35 Bravettes 3,4, Flag Lieut, 4g Future Teachers 4g CSF lg Girls' League Comm.g Sr. Gift Comm . . . plans to attend college and major in Physical Education . . . dreams of a trip to Europe . . . will always remember Miss Johnston . . . ART RAMOS . . . our foreign exchange student from St. Anthony's High School in Brazil . . . will always remember November 22, his first day at ECVHS . . . enjoys parties, dancing, sight-seeing, talking and making friends...was an active member of AFS...intends to study electrical engineering in Braiil . . . RANDY RANDOLPH . . . will go to San Diego State College for 2 years, then to Davis University for 4 years and major in veterinary medicine . . . activities included Football . . BARNEY REARDON . . . participated in Military Science 1,2,3,4g . . . plans to attend Gross- mont College . . . RONNIE RECLA . . . transfer from El Capitan High School , . . will attend junior college one year and then Fresno State College . . . participated in FFA . . . JEAN REDDING . . . will attend San Diego State College and Study business administration . . . was active in Girls' League Comm . . . JIM REEVES . . . participated in the Calif. Cadet Corps Rifle Team . . . plans to attend Biola College then on to missionary work for Jungle Aviation and Radio Service CJAARSJ . . - JOHN REINHOLD...intends to become a minister, doctor, or a lawyer...will always remember highlights of homecoming night . . . activities included ASB Pres. 43 Football 1,2,3: J.V. Basketball 2,35 Wrestling 1,4g Sr. Comm.g Speech Contests 1,2g Nominating Conventions 1,2,5,4g Banking Seminar 4g Y.F.C. 1,2, Pres. 3,4g . . . JOSEPH MELLON QUEEN DONNA LEE RAAB H ARTUR DINIZ RAMOS BEVERLY JO RAMSEY HARRY FRANKLIN RANDOLF BERNARD RUSSELL REARDON RONNIE L. RECLA JEAN MARIE REDDING JAMES ALDEN REEVES JOHN DAVID REINHOLD l M H! 2 DON RICKERT . . . aspires to travel to the South Pacific . . .hopes to attend Orange Coast College . , . favors Mr. Cordry as well-liked teacher . . . JIM ROCHE . . . transferred from Crawford High . . . will never forget when Freshman Varsity Gymnastics'Team won honors in San Francisco . . . lists favorite teacher as Mr. Castro . . . wants to go to JC and become a draftsman . . . "STEVIE" ROCKWELL...Pep Club Sec. 2g Girls' League Comm. 2,4...ambition is to marry a rich and successful man. . .most memorable moment was when she met an aspiring young artist . . . BILL ROMERO . . freshman initiation will be high among memorable events . . . wants to go into Forestry or a singing profession...included sports among his activities...enjoyed Mr. Mathews' method of teaching . . . BOB RUFF . . . has attended ECVHS all four years . . . intends to go to a 2 year college and then to college for a Master's in Engineering . . . will never forget when the Peace Pipe was won. . . "CHICO" RUIZ . . . future Chemistry and Physics teacher plans to attend SDSC . . . Mr. D. Williams tops list as favorite teacher...had memorable first day on ECVHS campus as foreign student . . . participated in varsity Basketball 4g Sr. Publicity Comm. Chairmang Science Clubg AFS . . . attended high school in Panama . . . PAT RUSSELL . . . intends to become an electronics engineer . . . sports activities included Football 1,2,3,4 . . . will always remember playing in first Varsity game last year . . . Mr. Quatrochi was favorite teacher . . . PAM SCHENK...favorite subject was P.E .... Senior Prom will never be forgotten . . . Class Council 3,45 Girls' League Comm.. .intends to enter L.A. General Hospital for nurses, training . . . BOB SCHIRMER . . . most memorable moment was when ECVHS captured the Peace Pipe from Grossmont . . . Manager of JV football . . . wants to work in the field of art . . - DENNIS SCHLEGEL . . . heads list of favorite teachers with Mr. D. Williams . . . has been active in Trackg Cross Countryg Latin Clubg Usher . . . memorable graduation day leads to SDSC . . . JAMES ROBERT ROCHE STEPHANIE LEE ROCKWELL BILL ADAM ROMERO ROBERT MARVIN RUFF -' FERNANDO MIGUEL RUIZ PATRICK MICHAEL RUSSELL LARRY WAYNE SANDERS PAMELA ELAINE SCHENK ROBERT H. SCHIRMER DENNIS C. SCHLEGEL POLLY REYNOLDS . . .has been an ECVHS student for four years. . .names way as favorite teacher . . . J . . . sician 1,2,3g Concert Mistress 43 Orchestra Teachers Club 4g Spanish Club 2, Sr. Dance 1,2,3,4...will easily remember being chosen JANET "TIGER" RICHARDSON . . . wants ess . . . remembers the winning of the Peace Club and Drama Club . . . POLLY ANNA REYNOLDS JAYNE ANN RICE JANET EILEEN RICHARDSON DONALD M. RICKERT CAROL JEANNE ROBERSON RANDALL PATRICK ROBERTS ROSEMARY ROBINSON JANET KATHLEEN ROSE CHARLES ALLEN ROSS LANCE HAVEN RUBLE 'Q-Q. Mrs. Ridg- Honor Mu- 3,4g Future Conventions to portray "Maria" in "West Side Story"... AYNIE RICE Concert and Marching Bands 1,2,3,4g Girls' Varsity Band 2,45 3,4g Dialectos 3,45 Drama Club and Assembly Commg Nominating to attend College and become Airline Steward- Pipe in 1961 . . . was active in Health Careers CAROL ROBERSON , . . will never forget choreographing "West Side Story" . . . intends to continue dancing for a few years . . . will then marry and teach dancing . . . Drama Club 3,49 Sr. Dance and Assembly Commg Girls' League Comm 4 . . . RANDY ROBERTS . . . will go to JC and then to a dental school . . . took part in Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g NFL 3,49 Dialectos 5,4g Tab and Campus l...liked Mr. and Mrs. Brooks as activities show . . . ROSEMARY "SHORTY" ROBINSON . . . plans to attend Mt. San Antonio and then invest in a business firm . . . graduation day will be among treasured memories . . . participated in FFA and Farmerettes 2,3,4g Nominating Conventions 1,25 Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3g Girls' Livestock judging Team 2,3,4 . . . JANET ROSE . . . Class Council, 1,2,3,4, Sec. 23 Comm. of Cultural Affairs 3g Nominating Conventions 1,2,3g Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm. Chairmang Girls' League 1,5g Songleader 4g ASB ASST. 43 Homecoming Princess . . . future includes attending SDSC . . . appreciated Mr. Larson's teaching skills . . . CHARLIE ROSS . . . wants to enter SDSC . . . names Mr. Castro as most-liked instructor . . . graduation day will always be remembered . . . Tennis, JV 2 and Varsity 2,4 among his ac- tivities . . . LANCE RUBLE . .. plans to go to Hawaii after graduation...was active in Frosh Football . . . is former St. Augustine High School student . . . LARRY "SLIMY" SANDERS . . . has been active in Football and Wrestling , . . intentions are to go into the service or play football . . . DONANN HELENA SECKNER CARL A. SENCENICH WAYNE LAWRENCE SERABIA MARY ANNE SHAPLIN STEPHEN MICHAEL SHEPARD JOHN THOMAS SHERFEY JAMES CHARLES SHEWEY, II 4? SANDRA LEE SHIVELY JOHN MICHAEL SHOEMAKER DONANN "DEE" SECKNER . . . plans to take a Civil Service test in May which deter- mines eligibility for government jobs...may then take a job as a meter maid...ranks Mr. Lynch high among good teachers. . . CARL "BUTCH" SENCENICH . . . hopes to attend J.C, in order to study Business Law . . . will never forget November 22, 1965 . . . previously attended Chula Vista and Hilltop High Schools . . . was active in Drama and N.F.L. . . . WAYNE SERABIA . . . will go to Grossmont College for two years, then on to a university . . . Mr. Bartlett was his favorite teacher . . . our victory over Grossmont in 1961 is not to be forgotten . . . played J. V. Tennis for three years . . . MARY ANNE SHAPLIN . . . is looking forward to a career as a psychiatric nurse . . . activities included Red Cross Volunteer, Health Careers Clubg Horizon Club . . . Los Angeles County General Hospital, School of Nursing, her immediate goal . . . STEVE "SHEP" SHEPARD...will major in music or art at San Diego State College... favorite instructor was Mr. Smith...becoming a mighty Senior, his most memorable mo- ment . . . CHUCK SHEWEY . . . wants to become an Indian elephant trainer or a circus clown . . . number one teacher was Mrs. Brooks . . . Dialectos 2,3,4g N.F.L. 2,3,4g Varsity Club 3,45 Var- sity Eootball 2,3,4g Varsity Basketball 3,4 . . . SANDI SHIVELY...will be a San Diego State College student next fall...Girls' League Comm. 1, Executive Board 23 A.F.S. 1,24 Nominating Convention lg Sr. Publicity Comm., A.S.B. Commissioner of Publicity 43 Dialectos 3,4 . . . JOHN SHOEMAKER . . . will pursue a career in the oceanography field. . . was Grossmonter as a freshman . . . favorite instructor was Mr. D. Williams . . . Wrestling 1,2g Nominating Convention 3, Varsity Football 4. SCOTT "STAR" SMILEY...would like to enter S.D.S.C. and major in Business Adminis- tration or medicine . . . favorite teacher was Mr. Kingery . . . is especially interested in Photography I and II . . . Library Clubg Junior Achievementg Health Careers . . . qv 'FD JOHN SHERFEY . . . especially liked Mr. Heaton and Mr. Idle . . . future plans include a branch of the service . . . Calif. Cadet Corps 1,2,3 . . . "BUD" SINGLETARY . . . plans on entering the service and college after graduation . . - Mr. D. Williams and Mr. Logsdon were his favorite teachers at E.C.V.H.S .... major ac- tivity was Auto Shop . . . JEANNE SKELTON . . . wants to become a legal secretary . . . most memorable moment was T.P.C.C. Day . . . Marching and Concert Bands 1,2g Orchestra 1,23 Band Staff 2g Latin Club lg Sr. Prom Comm .... MARY "KASEY" SMELKO . . . is going to attend college, but will leave for Europe after graduation . . . A.S.B. Mascot 3g Class Council lg Sr. Cards and Announcements Commg Girls' League Comm. 1,4g Nominating Convention 2,3 . . . BILLIE JO "CASPER" SMITH . . . especially liked Mrs. Halliburton . . . will easily re- member singing at the Mardi Gras . . . participated in a Girls' League Comm. 4 . . . pre- viously attended Pacific High in San Leandro, California. JIM SMITH . . . lists being on a league championship track team as his most memorable event . . . participated in Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4g Nomi- nating Convention 1,59 Senate 35 Library Club 3 . . . BOB SMITH . . . is going to become a professional musician . . . will never forget attending the 1960 Democratic Convention with the band . . . Concert, Marching, and Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Band Staff 2,3,4g Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Y.F.C. 3 . . . BILL SNODDY . . . would like a career in the field of foreign languages . . . has been an El Cajon student for four years . . . FLORENCE "SMOKEY" SNYDER...will attend Akron University in Ohio and major in mathematics . . . was active in Bravettes 33 Nominating Convention 3g Girls' League Comm. 4g Sr. Cap and Gown Comm.g Archbearer . . . SHERRY SORENSON . . . would like to major in journalism or secondary education in college . . .Marching and Concert Band 1,2,3g SMOKE SIGNAL 3,4, Editorial Ed. 43 Sr. Prom Comm.: Future Teachers 3,43 Treas. 43 Girls' League Comm. 45 Nominating Conven- tion 2,3 . . . JOE WADE SINGLETARY , JEANNE LEE SKELTON ,ef MARY M. SMELKO LOUIS SCOTT SMILEY BILLIE JO SMITH AMES ALLAN SMITH t -ff , 'atv J ROBERT LEWIS SMITH WILLIAM HAWS SNODDY FLORENCE ELIZABETH SNYDER SHERRY LYNN SORENSON PHYLLIS "MOMSlE" STEWART...will always remember T.P.C.C. day...was active in Girls' League 1,2g Nominating Convention 2g Bravettes 3, Sr. Ways and Means Comm.g . . . plans to attend Grossmont College . . . STEVE STROPES . . . has participated in Varsity Cross Country 1,2g Track 1,23 Varsity Club, Science Club 2,32 Nominating Convention 3 . . . will continue his education at Grossmont College and then a university . . . DIANE SUGGS . . . hopes to attend SDSC . . . N.F.L. 1,2,3,4g Dialectos 1,2,3,4g Girls' League Comm. Treas. 43 Senate 5,45 Concert Choir lg Student Congress 3,43 C.S.F. 5,4g Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm.g have been among her high school activities . . . JIM TABER . . . was a member of the Library Club . . . plans to further his education . . . recalls many incidents when reminded of his English II C class . . . LEN THOMAS . . . most memorable moment in high school was being elected Soph. Class Pres .... was active in Class Council l,2, Pres. 3g Football 1, J.V. 2,5, Varsity 4g Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Track 5,4g Dialectos 1,2,3: Nominating Convention . . . MARIE THOMPSON . . . favors Mr. Streshly as most-liked instructor . . . plans on becoming an art teacher . . . among her extra-curricular activities were Class Council 4, Sr. Cards and Announcement Comm.g Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4g Nominating Conventions 1,2,5,4g . . . SUSIE THOMPSON.. .will attend Grossmont College part time . . . lists favorite teacher as Mr. Hegland and favorite subject as Civics . , . will long remember Freshman Initiation at El Cap. which she attended for three years . . . JIM THURMAN . . . was active in Football 1, Varsity 54 , . . lists Mr. Kingery as his favorite teacher . . . may further his education at J.C. . . . JOE "ELGIN" TIPPS...among his activities were Footballg Cross Countryg Trackg Auto Shop, . . . will go on to college and major in Architecture or Auto Mechanics . . . easily remembers his favorite teacher, Mr. Brooks . . . MARGARET TIPPS . . . was active in Drama 2,3,4g Girls' League 1,25 Tennis Club 45 Nominating Convention 2g . . . will long remember her senior year . . . especially liked Mr. Richard, Drama Coach . . . STEPHEN LEE STROPES DIANE SUGGS JAMES ROBERT TABER LEONARD GALDING THOMAS MARIE THERESE THOMPSON SUZANNE CAROL THOMPSON rt' WWW! WILLIAM WAYNE THORNTON JAMES WILLIAM THURMAN JOE E. TIPPS MARGARET CATHERINE TIPPS fl 'Q 'J ffbwfta' 3 DWIGHT ALLEN STANLEY LYNN STEVENS KAREN ANN STEWART PHYLLIS ELAINE STEWART MERLE DAVID STONE SUSAN ILENE STONE DONNA MARIE STRANG SUSAN MARY TAYLOR QWECKBACKJ MARTHA EMILY TERRY JAMES ALAN THOMAS DWIGHT STANLEY . . . Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Sr. Prom Comm.g Varsity Club 3, Pres. 41 SMOKE SIGNAL 44 were among his high school activities . . . plans to attend Grossmont College or San jose State and major in Physical Education . . . LYNN "STEVIE" STEVENS . . . was a member of Girls' League 1,25 Bravettes 3,4g CSF 3 . . . hopes to attend San Diego State to study Business Administration , . . . ' KAREN STEWART . . . was active in Girls' League 1,23 Bravettes 3,43 Sr. Cards 84 Announce- kffx ments Comm .... has hopes of becoming an elementary teacher . . . will long remember f' her favorite teacher, Mr. D. Williams . . . ured memories . . . SUSAN STONE . . . has been active in YFC l,2,3g Future Teachers 3,45 Library Club Vice Pres. 3g Frosh-Soph Speech Contest 13 Nominating Conventions 1,2, Candidate 5 . . . hopes to attend SDSC to become an English teacher . . . graduation will be among her most treas- DONNA "DON" STRANG . . . will always remember being chosen jr. Princess of the Snow Ball . . . her future plans include getting married . . . a transfer from Grossmont, she has been at E.C. two years . . . SUSI TAYLOR CWECKBACKQ . . . Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4g Nominating Convention 1,2,3,4g Sr. Dance 81 Assembly Comm. were among her activities . . . will make Housekeep- ing her career . . . MARTHA "TERRY" TERRY...participated in Girls' League lg Nominating Convention 1,25 Sr. Cap and Gown Comm .... will attend junior college and enter the Secretarial Field . . . JIM THOMAS . . . dreams of playing professional hall , . . was active in Football 1,25 Bas- ketball 1 . . . WAYNE THORNTON . . . will long remember his role in the "Miracle Wcxrker" . . . was a member of Cross Country lg JV Football 3g Class Council 3g Mgr. Varsity Football 4g Drama Club 4g Dialectos 4 . . . MIKE L. TOCI-ITROP EILEEN LORRAINE TONG VICKI LYN TOPP PATRICIA ANN TREADWELL WILLIAM j. TSCHUMPERLIN LARRY BARTON TURNER CRAIG STEVEN TYSDAL SALLIE EMMA ULLERY WILLIAM A. UTTER MIKE TOCHTROP . . . enjoyed his Auto Shop classes with Mr. Smith . . . won't easily for- get Freshman Initiation . . . Wrestling 1,2,3: Auto Shop 1,2,3 . . . EILEEN TONG . . . future plans include two years of college followed by a career as an airline hostess . . . enjoyed French with Mr. Fulcher . . . Girls' League Comm. 1,2,35 Harvest Ball Queen 4 . . . "VIC" TOPP . . . Class Council 1,2,3,45 Girls' League Comm. 1,2,5,45 Spanish Club 25 Science Club 25 Tennis Club 25 CSF 13 Pep Club 25 AFS 3,4g Senate 2,35 Nominating Coenvntion 1,2, 3,45 Archbearer5 Sr. Ways 8: Means Comm. Chairmang Y-Teens 4 . . . PATTY TREADWELL . . . AFS Foreign Exchange finalistg ASB Secretary 45 Sr. Baccalaureate Comm.5 Senate, Secretaryg Dialectosg CSF5 Y-Teensg Marching, Concert, Girls' Varsity, and San Diego County Honor Bands5 Band Staff5 Orchestrag Class Council, Vice Pres. 35 SMOKE SIGNAL, Copy Ed. 35 Archbearer . . . BILL TSCHUMPERLIN . . . plans a career in Forestry, continuing his education in this field after spending some time in the service . . . lists Mr, Bill Williams as his favorite teacher . . . Band l,2,35 Varsity Band 1,2,3 . . . CRAIG "TIZZY" TYSDAL , . . Class Council 1,2,45 Comm. of Cultural Affairs 15 Sr. Privi- lege Comm. Chairmang CSF Life Memberg ASB 3,45 School Service Commissioner 35 Varsity Club 45 Latin Club 1,2,55 Varsity Tennis 3,45 Varsity Basketball 45 Boys' Stateg Senate 25 Harvard Prize Book Club, Good Grooming Award 35 Nominating Convention 2,3,4 . . . SALLIE "KITTEN" ULLERY . . . future plans include a happy marriage and a family . . was active in Girls' League 25 Tab 84 Campus 2,35 Nominating Convention 2,35 Sr. Bacca- laureate Comm .... BILL UTTER . . . will always remember his part in "West Side Story" . . . is looking for- ward to college at SDSC with a major in geology , . . activities included Tab 84 Campus 1,25 Track 23 Dialectos 3,45 Drama 3,45 SMOKE SIGNAL . . . KEN VISSER . . . attended Granite Hills High School before coming to El Cajon . . . plans to continue his education at Cal Poly . . . was active in FFA . . . LARRY TURNER . . . is looking forward to a college education . . . receiving his first varsity letter among his most memorable moments . . . also attended high school in Louisiana . . . activities included JV Track 23 Varsity Track 3,43 SMOKE SIGNAL 3 . . . BRUCE VACLAVEK . . . was active in Auto Shop 1,2,3 . . . plans to advance in the field of auto mechanics through attendance at a technical school . . . favorite teachers were Mr. Smith and Mr. Kniss . . . KATHY VAUGHAN . . . Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 44 Sr. Prom Comm.g Student Council 2g Songleader 4g Nominating Convention 1,2,3 . . . future plans include Gross- mont College and SDSC . . . BILL VIDANO . . . regards Mr. Larson as his favorite teacher . . . will attend Grossmont College . . . enjoyed Varsity Basketball and Tennis . . . RALPH VOCKRODT . . . activities were JV Football 2,3, Varsity 4g Varsity Club 4g FFA 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4 . . . is planning a college education at Cal Poly . . . 472177 SHARON WALES . . . plans to continue her education at SDSC . . . activities were Latin Club 1,29 Girls' League Comm. 23 Drama Club 2g SMOKE SIGNAL 4g Sr. Gift Comm., Fu- ture Teachers Club 4 . . . DAN WALKER . . . will attend the University of Calif. at Davis to major in Veterinary Medicine . . . lists agriculture as his favorite subject . . . has been active in FFA 1,2,3,4, Pres 4g Senate 4 . . . DARLENE "SMILEY" WALKER . . . favorite teachers were Mr. Matthews and Mr. Cordry . . . is looking forward to marriage after attending El Cajon Beauty College . . . was active in Girls' League 2,3 . . . ROBERT WALKER . . . during his four years at ECVHS has most enjoyed his Auto Shop classes with Mr. Smith . . . JOANNE WALLACE . . . will always remember being chosen a member of the Bravette Corps . . . is planning a college education and a career in elementary education . . . activities included Bravettes 3,45 Girls' League Comm. 13 Sr. Cards 8: Announcements Comm.g Arch- bearerg Latin Club lg Future Teachers Club 3,4 . . . BRUCE WARREN VACLAVEK KATHLEEN VAUGHAN WILLIAM GLENN VIDANO 8-il Vin.. KEN S. VISSER RALPH WILLIAM VOCKRODT SHARON ANNE WALES -f-ef" DANIEL ALAN WALKER 45.43 DARLENE MARIE WALKER 7 .aff ROBERT JAMES WALKER JOANNE WALLACE BILL WEST . . . future plans include enrollment in a college . . . enjoyed Mr. Williams' classes . . . dances at ECVHS will be among fondest memories . . . is a former Helix "High- lander" . . . DARCIE WHITACRE . . . intentions are to go to either Reed or Pomona College and then marry . . . has participated in Drama Club 2,3 Girls' League Comm. 2,3g AFS 2g Sr. Gift Comm .... LINDALEE WHITE . . . plans to attend IBM and PBX school for two years . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Heaton . . . activities included Tennis Club . . . BETTY WHITEHEAD . . . activities included Concert Band 2,3,4g Marching Band 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Girls Varsity Bandg Orchestrag Brass Choir 5,4g Girls' League . . . college is listed among future plans . . . ANN "LIZY" WILSON . . . hopes to become a golf pro at 18 and finish up at SDSC . . . almost blowing up the Chemistry Lab will be among never-forgotten memories . . . lists Tennis Clubg Language Clubg Dance Comm.g Glee Club as major activities . . . SALLY WOLCOTT . . . will enter Concordia Teachers' College in Nebraska and major in U.S. History . . . Bravettes 3g Girls' League Comm. 15 Executive Board 2,3,4, Recording Sec- retary 3g Pres. 4g Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm. were just a few of her campus activities . . . MICKEY WOODARD . . . has indefinite future plans . . . holds Graduation Day high among memorable events . . . RUTH YOUNG . . . future plans are to go to beauty college . . . has played on the Girls' Tennis Team . . . went to Granite Hills in her Freshman Year . . . MARIO ZARDINI . . . came to the U.S. from Argentina . . . is working now as a ma- chinist . . . DOROTHY MARGARET WHITACRE LINDALEE WHITE BETTY JEAN WHITEHEAD ANN ELIZABETH WILSON SALLY WOLCOTT MICHAEL L. WOODARD GLENDA CHERYL YOUNG RUTH NAOMI YOUNG MARIO ZARDINI Nm..- -pf is ALSO GRADUATING PAM ACKROYD JACK ALTHOF SANDRA BLAKE GARY GIBSON BONNIE GIEBE KEN GILDEA C DONNA RAYE WALTERS RONALD R. WALTERS JAMES A. WEAVER 'fir WILLIAM RAY WEST Q GAIL DEAN WESTMORELAND 'X RICHARD HASTINGS WHEELOCK III MICHAEL ALAN WHELPLY DAVID MILES WILL JANIS CCARTERJ WILLIAMS SHARON ELLEN WILLINGHAM rrvr HILL oN PORTER ARL SEWARD jncr TONAHILL RBARA TROUT B WALSH DONNA "WALT" WALTERS . . . activities have included Cheerleader 4 . . . being chosetf as Senior Princess at the Snow Ball will be among treasured memories , . . wants to attend Grossmont College and SDSC to become an astronomer . . . Mrs. Jump tops list as favorite teacher , . . RON WALTERS . . . will enroll at SDSC . . . has enjoyed History and Speech classes . . . ASB Comm. of Public Rel. 4g Cheerleader 3,4g Senate 5,4g Class Council l,2,3g Dialectos 3,45 NFL 3,45 Sr, Dance and Assembly Comm.g YFC 1,2,3,4 Choir 33 Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,4g Footballg Basketball . . . running for elections and participating in skits will never be forgotten . . . JIM WEAVER . . . is former Monte Vista "Monarch" . . . plans to take an apprenticeship course in Machinery, Plastering, or Mechanics in the Air Force . . . Auto Shop was favorite class . . . participating in Wrestling and Football . . . GAIL WESTMORELAND . . . will never forget being chosen as songleader . . . has par- ticipated in Girls' League Comm. 2,34 Songleader 4g Sr. Privilege Comm.g Homecoming Prin- cess 4 . . . dreams of becoming a Secretary or an artist . . . enjoyed Mr. Fulcher's classes . . . RICK WHEELOCK . . . activities included Frosh Footballg Trackg Nominating Convention 3g Dialectos 33 NFL 5g Class Council 43 AES 5 . . . Mr. D. Williams ranks high on list of favorite teachers . . . future includes attending Grossmont College . . , MIKE WHELPLY . . . plans to major in either engineering or architecture at SDSC . . . says homework was major high school activity . . . will always remember Graduation Day . . . DAVID "WILLIE" WILL . . . wants to attend Grossmont College, SDSC, and a medical school . . . Class Council 1,2g Wrestling 1 were among major activities . . . JANIS WILLIAMS . . . transferred from Grossmont as a Senior , . . hopes to have a long and successful marriage . . . SHARON WILLINGHAM . . . major activities included Class Council Secretary lg Nomi- nating Convention 1,2,3,4g Girls' League Comm. 1,2,3,4 , , . treasures the Senior Prom most as an unforgettable event . . . ' CHERIE YOUNG . . . hopes to attend JC . . . enjoyed Mr, Kingery's classes . . . will always remember Graduation Day . . . has been active in Girls' League 25 Class Council 2g Bravettes 5g Sr, Ways 8: Means Comm.g Nominating Convention 2 . . . 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