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

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39' 4995 Q RQ-' 1 :if-9' 551210 ,," 1 , f 1 1 5.3 V Q- 4 I965 EL CAJUN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL EL CAJUN CALIFORNIA Q Foreword enta Cf Our Years When the El Caj Valley I-Ilgh S ol rrow f1rst flew from the bow 1n n1ne en f1fty f1VG Il ar around East Mad1son Avenue was l1ttl more than a clear1n 1n a small town But for Mr Cornel1us then VICE Pr1nc1p l of Grossmont the many Off1CG workers a v members of the faculty th1s plot of ground meant many a sleepless 1ght of form1 des1gn1ng planmng and replannmg a br d new h1gh s hool for the grow1ng populace Eventually the sun rose on that spec1al September morn1ng 1n flfty f1VG and El n Valley Hlgh School opened 1ts doors to the f1rst fourt n hu e students The arrow sped by as ur nu 1 s 1ncreased lead1ng us to the use of unlnsulated unven portable rooms Yet our talents and 1ntere ts grew t o 1n ten short years members of El Cajon Vall I-I1 h Sc ol have created over twenty clubs and branche na ass at1ons on our campus we hav won 1nnumerabl cholast1c farm1ng sports d mus1cal award and ave fash1oned a new mood and frame of 1nd wh1le we progressed As tl arrow sa1ls the length and breadth of lilflfl the Splfl of the students and faculty workmg togethe ma e and 1mprove our school has made El f ajon alley Hlgh S hool the very s1ngular one lt 1S In salutlng the eople and places of our past who made our prese an future poss1ble the LEGEND traces the path of the a row through El Cajon Valley H1gh School s f1rst ten years 0 4 . A b , I . . Q- . -. , I au: . 1 ! . . . ' 1 , Q 9 . . A . . . 1 : a ' 9 . . ,. . , . . ' ' 4- - e . 1 J - 7 " 2 1 ' l 1 , . A . . g . ' a 1 9' Q . a , . l I ' I s . -, . Ll ' f 7 a . . , . I G EL CAJON UNION HIGH SCHOOL . . . Remember the old Meridian School? Probably not-- the first El Cajon Valley High School was the second story of Meridian School, located at Third Avenue, from 1894 to 1908. About this time, the El Cajon Valley Union High School pictured here was built and lasted until 1920. In 1922, the Grossmont High School District was created . . . . . .Hailing from EltCajon Valley Union High School, these graduates, Mrs. Waverly fLedbetterj jorgenson and Mr. S Mrs. Merrill Porter, look back on the memories of the class of 1916 in their old annual . . . . . This inscription appears on the bell's stand: "This bell Pratt, principal of El Cajon Valley Union High School, until his retirement in 1915, at which time it was presented by Claude V. Meyer, grad uate of that year, who presented it to the El Cajon Valley High School November 18, 1961. " was used by Prof. W. A. The first day of school came, but the furniture didn't. I'm not certain, but I think something is missing. The Braves See that basket see that rim, here's the foundation, but where s Amidst clouds of dust and quagmires of mud, both men and equipment worked tire- lessly to complete the ECVHS campus by the fall of 1955. In September 1400 Braves moved into their new alma mater. That day the buildings became more than just steel structures clothed in concrete, for from that time they have been filled with the spirit of the Braves. In a scant two years our classrooms bulged with nearly 2400 Braves as 4 portable huts were wheeled in between the girls' gym and the Arts Building to take care of the overflow. To further house our growing tribe the New Building was constructed in 1958. This wasn't enough and the year of 1960 was sad- dened by the inevitable split- ing of our school. Many Braves were forced to exchang the feathers of the Indian headdress for the wings of an Eagle when Granite Hills was built. The latest addition to our school is the gym which is used for everything from donkey basketball games and slumber parties to cultural assemblies and con- certs. Perhaps 10 years hence our campus will have under- gone even more changes, but the spirit of the Braves will linger on as long as there is an ECVI-IS. A. S. B. Pres. B111 Palmer El Cajon Valley High School as it appeared in 1956. Valedictorian Edward Stinson Sr. Class Pres. Terry Mallory Presentation of the Pipestone Indian Peacepipe to Mr. Cordry. Class E1 Cajon's first graduate, Edward Stinson When the first 1,400 students passed through the doors of ECVHS they had a diffi- cult but rewarding task ahead of them. They were to begin the history of the school by setting standards, creating annual events and selecting the different school symbols. One such symbol was the peace pipe, presented to the school by Mr. Glen O. Perkins and which now serves as a perpetual trophy of football competition with Grossmont. It was also during the first year that the present names of the school newspaper and yearbook, the SMOKE SIGNAL and LEGEND were selected by ASB advisor, Mr. Robert Cordry. Even though in its first year, our school enjoyed two major triumphs, a conference championship in cross country and a sweepstakes win by our FFA team at the Farm Field Day. The Senior class who held the first prom, "Moonlight and Roses", at El Nadadero, proudly presented their class gift, the flagpole located near the football field. Q - -Q I Q f , f- , "k- -1- , .1 -Q25 - -V ft-at - , - f f isli. if of A T A K . l I if B , , 'ff 'Sf '." i l 7 'r Q, Z 2' I . " H e k rw - K W -ww f.,,ft1:fs,g V K -Wg! joe Klucewicz and Mr. Cordry contemplate vic- tory over Grossmont High. Students swing at the dance, A LITTLE BIT OF STARDUST California State Cham pions go to Penn State. Class Christine Hem reigned as Queen at El Cajon's first homecoming. At this time the graduates of 1956 returned to their Alma Mater to attend the Grossmont-El Cajon football rivalry for the peacepipe. Political interest in this election year was stimulated by a campus wide poll. Braves reflected the national feeling that the Eisenhower-Nixon ticket would attain victory. A maj or topic on campus this year was the possibility of having a junior College in the El Cajon area. This goal was achieved in 1960 as predicted by the Grossmont Union High School Board. An El Cajon High F. F. A. team took first place in the state poultry show this year winning the honor of representing California in the National F. F. A. judging contest. The Senior Class brought this year to a close by donating the Public Address System as a constant reminder of their class. Sr. Class Pres. Bill Lowrey A. S.B. Pres. jim Edmonds Valedictorian Carla Ballantyne xp . V.: ,S V. if . is? if rv- - ' -: 1: .1 M' :x'?i'Wf:::' his Y Q, n fs 1 is X gifs' F ,. .4 - 4 - "'-' . 'fi:5fiMQ:'s'5Z?eF?'i .. .- M if .. ,':L'1g, a t , r .t . Q ii X, s rpm X A. S. B. Pres. Glen Pierce Sr. Class Pres. Roger Hall Valedictorian Paul Magnusson Valedictori ant Kitty Perry J as W t""'s ----' ' , .. ,.:, j . ..S T A X. fmisra a r " " rf, f 'Qs' Marquee keeps Braves informed. I Class 7 Our first Indian mascot was Frank Rico. "Cats Pajamas" was the annual Girls' League slumber party. Most students will remember 1958 as the year of the Asian Flu epidemic. This malady not only caused widespread classroom absences but even brought about the cancellation of a football game. There were many bright spots however, Our FFA poultry judging team won the state cham- pionship and also brought back a bronze medal from national competition. Our band began their chain of triumphs at the All-Western Band Review by capturing the Sweepstakes Trophy. The cross country team rounded out this series of victories when they came home with the state championship. It was in 1958 that El Cajon began a tradition of selecting a Brave Mascot to march with the band. Frank Rico was chosen for the honor this year. Dramatics also came in for a share of the attention. The Little Theater was ablaze with lights for many nights as th cast rehearsed for their presentation of the Broadway smash hit, "Gramercy's Ghost". A lasting heritage was provided by the class of 1958 with their pres- entation of the marquee and loudspeakers to supplement the public address system donated by the previous class. E Delegates exercise iiieir political rights. Class '59 Queen Linda is presented to the student body. Eacker's touchdown jaunt defeats Grossmont. The first senior class to begin their secondary education at El Cajon Valley High found themselves attending staggered sessions to avoid crowded classroom conditions. Operating under this handicap, communication of stu- dent activities became a problem. Perhaps this explains why the "first with four" class gave the school the Senior Booth in hopes of easing crowded con- ditions at the A. S. B. office. The seniors also provided the money for a special scholarship. This year at the Football Carnival, we played Gross- mont. Everyone cheered as Eacker intercepted a pass and ran 89 yards for the winning touchdown and victory over our traditional rival. We were politically conscious also this year, when for the first time the A. S. B. in- stituted a two-party system and con- ducted conventions for each. 9 Sr. Class Pres. Carl Stephani A. S. B. Pres. Benny Trovaten Valedictori an Fred Ryan A. S. B. Pres. Dean Heyenga Sr. Class Pres. and Valedictorian jim Breeden junior Class sponsors first Ugly Man Contest. E. C. V. H. S. boasts a sweepstakes-winning band. Class Of '60 This became a banner year for the band and Bravette Corps as they marched their way to victory. Among the many awards they gained were the Long Beach and Corona Sweep- stakes for the third year in a row. Because of their great ability, they also earned the right to perform at the Demo- cratic Nominating Conven- tion in Los Angeles in the summer of 1960. The class of 1960 brought to campus many money-making schemes to finance a gift which will long be treasured by the students of El Cajon. Called simply "The Brave, " he stands as a symbol of strength and courage for all to see. The Brave watches over the campus. 10 Braves take a fantastic lead in the first quarter. A. S. B. Pres Mike Timm Maidens tangle for championship. Sr. Class Pres. S ally Hall Class Of '61 The athletically- inclined girls this year in the physical education classes were constantly entangling their legs in Indian Leg Wrestling. You could never find this sport listed in the Olympics, but it was a lot fun for those who participated. Nineteen sixty-one was also a year of literary accomplishment. THOUGHT, a magazine containing the best student Writing of the year, was first introduced to the stu- dent body. The theatrical highlight was "The Whole Town's Talking, " a farce with a Roaring Twenties setting. But the Senior Class looked to the future and presented the school with a clock and a scoreboard to be incorporated into the plans of the new gymnasium. .. fe asrwt r ,, - ' fy , Q: 3 iq Q 1-wifi-J, f ,mm 1,::.w. '7,Y mesa, - 1 .- - liimsmfl Q' Iwfii, . YY V- ' is Jiiyif K -gfgqgufwsgvfsf if . ..,., ., L If Tgfkgflzisvif , . ', as, sm' -wx, E 1-ss 5,qggfwa.r,, fa amszixiyfgz 3fEg..:f- , avgmiiiiigfirsx fsrsfzn , , miigg 'ss 1. 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A new annual affair was also initiated in 1962, when the first Mardi Gras was held. The entertainment included night club acts, old time movies, and even a marriage booth. Who can forget our football team, which placed second in the Grossmont League, or the heart-pounding Grossmont game, when we captured the Peace Pipe by a close 14- 13 decision. Topping off a memorable year, our award-winning Braves Marching Band and Specialty Corps won the sweepstakes trophy at Corona, and for the second time in three years, gained the honor of participating in the Rose Parade. The class of 1962 left lasting evidence of their school spirit in their presentation of the Alma Mater which hangs in the gym and the glittering dome light which adds enchantment to the major dances of the year. 12 W , ,,,,.. A , , N: 7--in f Q 'la - .7 si? t - az file if fA,.g::j,3, Q - rf if .45 -if , f ,V fi?" Y fi 3 ..-ill' V if 'ii i WZ: TWG I? ' gi Mardi Gras featured a mar riage booth. Class Of '63 The year 1962-63 brought about many new additions to our campusg new fads, new faces, and new leaders, but the biggest change of all was the building of the new gymnasitun. This addition made possible many new and varied activities. Early in the year, the walls of the gym rang with shouts and laughter as Donkey Basketball made its exciting debut. Later, WEST SIDE STORY, the largest Broadway hit ever attempted on our campus, was presented before a two-night, full-house audience. The Band and Specialty Corps presented many fine halftime shows during the year, but one of the finest contained a real live Hollywood star. Mickey Mouse, Erie childhood favorite, made his first personal appearance outside of Disneyland, and performed with our band before hundreds of delighted Braves. The Senior Class of 1963 ended their high school days by donating the funds for a Senior fountain to be installed on the Senior lawn. Sr. Class Pres. Paul Cannariato i-c-k-e-y M-o-u-s-e Cement poured for gym foundation Valedictorian Doug Woodall Donkey Basketball made its appearance A. S. B. Press Alan Giuliani ' - 4 Ypifff ' 1 ig-V ' :2,,3?i A-' if 2 wig is Valedictorian Rachel Foster A. S. B. Pres. john Reinhold f 1 1 Valedictori an Ed Oste rmeyer ST- Class Pres- New voting system is installed john Kessler Valedictgfian Braves mourn death of Mt. Miguel Varsity Mike Davis Class Cf '64 Utopian or Realist? Which was your party? The spring of '64 offered ECVHS students their first opportunity to register with a particular party and then actually go to the polls to cast a secret ballot in a standard voting booth. Socially, hootenannies were the most popular activities and hungry Braves welcomed the advent of a popcorn-vending machine in the gym. Nineteen sixty-four was also tinged with sadness as we bade goodby to Charlie Logan, our custodian. No one will ever forget the LEGEND presentation assembly at which he was honored. Near the end of the year the Senior class proudly announced that three of its members had attained valedictorian status with a perfect 4. 0 grade point record. Finally, recognizing a major need of their school, die Seniors presented a trophy case to house the symbols of El Cajon's many triumphs. 14 Folk singers entertain at the hootenannies. Dedication There are always many unsung heroes in the history of any school - people who have worked tirelessly and selflessly to bring honor and acclaim to their campus. Such a person has devoted the last thirteen years to teaching at E1 Cajon Valley High School, including the three YGSIS his Agricultural Department occupied the sole building on the campus. His students have brought home numerous awards in local, county, state, and even national competition. Winning trophies, however, has not been the major accomplishment of this teacher. Rather, it has been to open new and exciting vistas in vocational agriculture. Each year, more individuals discover hidden talents and new interests under the patient guidance of this man. There is little wonder, then, that Mr. Cornelius dubs him as "Mr. El Cajon. " "Thank you" is but a small token to exchange for your years of service, but if you look into the eyes of your stu- dents, the gratitude and inspiration you see there will more than say it for us, Mr. Dyer. Mr. Dyer demonstrates proper grooming for Mr. Dyer,S Symbol of success competltlon. Senlors 17 64 Table Gf Contents Act1v1t1es 1 13 168 Scholastlcs 65 112 Athletlcs 169 204 Senior Bn rex' Aim For gg- s 3 If X '1-,J s 7: K X New Horizons f, 2 h ' 4-AQ...-' eaxh A-av-an 'X 25 Dates To , igrkgggtgiisisviesftgsegwirsgzgag isgtswsssggfesifsvsf fe-W--2 'Q fs,s:,ssapssfis:iaiifi'tigiwisffw A igymggr ,ggyigrtar-again .. ,. ig it s ,, is .. . ,f::--,s i-it ' A li 'ef 2f't i"' 259 i x i nit 5 1 ,J if fi, 5 , pg ,Tyra .Mft ' 5. 11, 92,3 ,'kk ties, I-.:.a is , aan? 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Our turbulent world of high school has come to an end. The memory of after game dances, zany assemblies, and frivolous social affairs will forever linger in our minds, while the Prom, Baccalaureate, and Commencement have left indelible impressions upon our hearts. However, now is the time for seniors to seriously contemplate the future. With a diploma in one hand and courage in the other, we will begin to unlock the treasure chest of life. Like a pirate in search of his opulence, we will seek our fortune either in marriage, work, or further education. We will have to endure a rough and tumultuous sea at times, but through determination and unceasing toil, we will capture happiness and success in the years to come. SENIOR BREAKFAST March 3 SENIOR PROM june 15 SENIOR CAR WASH January 30 SENIOR JAIL March 5 PRESIDENT Mike: Tozer Y H mf. . 3 5 ,yy Nqz, K K 2 ,, , , -ff . gf,.?,Q55g, fa: i K , - A X ,H f2 Y 'f JAKE ,fi fu 3 Q f ,, A.-' L, wwf f:ff,i??: HV 7, :Y W 'fifgjlff ix ,. 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S SECRETARY TREASURER jo A nne McAllister Rande O'Brien 18 2 3, 2 3 ww K as - 7 Lgligr iw X, SCniors 'fp Q Es 5 Iii? fm? , . 325-. 55? RESIDENT Q, M, 'fx R, fx. Q Sy in ,.z,li . Sm . r , n:2.f+:3Qg,,34gjQQ, ' R223 , -- fi H, ..f,, C, gffgxk , .Wg AL, K kk. Wi .ef , Jil? K. . L, Q - . , ,. M 'Vic Messina JH sz if? E j:iR"ffgg'j?v- mlivfiigffi-fig ,,L.M, , 5ffQfN'?g:2f.f - ff NM.. A " " ,gg 3 X 1 2 K ' 35555319 E. , Q I ' K Y Eg, H , E Q- fbi ., f i5:V W wg Y Q2 sm as x E fi Mgeexweafigff-Wggiigy 7' gym, , . V ww K N, L1 ig V 'BW , im 4. K sw 5 , me-ff M 5 I 5 -- - wi. X55 f K r me Q , ,, wi, ,i,,,, ,Ji , ,BVWM K: . .. .Y ,. .N ,QW ,mp 1555 wg, " , .fa In K fm. " 'IZWFLTETEQQQISEQYT , ,, Mg .1 if ,Q ADVISOR Mr. Dave Williams K qgggggxfxwgy U COUNSELOR Mrs. A nona Mayfield . was if 15 1: S 'ADVISQR Anglrew Simlth 'nf .1 iff as f - ' .L . 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MIDDLE ROW: Joanne McAllister, Bev Siewert, Marian Sarot, Linda Warren, Judy jones, Carol Sanborn. LAST ROW: Steve Madsen, Ellis Henton, Charley Boon. DANCE AND ASSEMBLY FRONT ROW: Kathy Blackard, Kathy Larsen, Chairman. MIDDLE ROW: Pam Belsha, Benne Hanenburg, Donna Bolda. LAST ROW: Marylou Truax, Ken Carlson. PUBLIC ITY jean Petaja, Marylou Bauer, Lynn Dorlon, Lorraine Wilson, Maria Petro olis Steve New, Pam Parsons . Brean, Sonia Harden, Donna Bailey. P Cha irmang Cheryl Cook, C ARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Dottie Walker, Wannetta Mikol, Chairman, Elizabeth Hagen, Cathy Vernon. BEST ALL-AROUND SENIORS Tommy jackson and Donna Bolda W gy R25 .A -. H., a. far ' .2ff-:sgw:g:Qf"" Lg we f Zi: Nil? MOST SCHOOL SPIRI Senior F RIENDLIEST Ib El Kerdany and Mary Lou Truax T BIGGEST FLIRT Ralph Hayes and Marilyn Garcia Tommy Thompson and Paula Solomon Celebrities MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Tim Mills and Terri Thompson OUTSTANDING ATHLETE Butch Dugger and Theresa Madison MOST SCHOOL SERVICE Ed Sturgeon and Carmen Bravo BEST PERSONALITY Vic Messina and Donna Bolda f I ,'.- ' j i Af,fQ5f53??iZf?F I Mg, 5M3N,R,f5,gL,PlI?X if x If , Y A M., ,Aw I qw, fig? YEA IEE 9 I i g KQV IM In A A 2? KES EERE 'S P I R Egimmmx ESA as A I YI sw I A I X . , , QEEEE I :Em 5 mugsnfggf ,u . 5: - - - ,-,,,RIf,yIs5A324QvfsggiqgQ4as,g ww, . ,,EIf,,I,,,E,,,,I5I,,gg,W,,,, 'uf ff? 3E,?'E,f1, Ng iii' I ,I 5 N A ,S , E., IE ,fa M QE X ,Ld I g 335 was I2 ,ggjm E E I If I, I W I A I 4 'F F I 1 Q52 F Q F 5 4 gr hi' R 21 I , 1: I I-1 its ' f'hIIq"4 I :Ass fl I ' ' . I +A Q - - , , , A N. IP, STA TE SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALIST Terri Thompson My ,LII In ::: 3 A A BANK OF AMERICA TROPHY WINNERS IN GENERAL FIELDS: FINE ARTS: Vanessa Anderson, , MATH s SCIENCE: Randi ousfaen, IIII LIBERAL ARTS: Tim Mills , at A VOCATIONAL ARTS: Becky warren g q II 5323.4 ',- , :si-I 'A'A' SN m35w f' 9 Qf45i?m --II S TA TE SCHOLA RS HIP SEMI-FINALIST Randi O'Brien fa, I Q? I . , ..,...,I-,.-, , M w i f ' ' 25,2 1 BANK OF AMERICA ACI-IIEVEMENT AWARDS IN SPECIFIC FIELDS: FRONT ROW, AGRICULTURE, jean McCullough, MATH, Donna Griswold, ART, Cheryl Cook, HOME ECONOMICS, Barbara Vick, MUSIC, Joyce Nabeta. SECOND ROW, INDUSTRIAL ARTS, Ken Lehr, SOCIAL SCIENCE, Terri Thompson, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, Clorinda Peters, SCIENCE, Pam Parsons, BUSINESS EDUCATION, Linda Everett, ENGLISH, Russell Vaughan -ftglgfi' 54,29 1 , -" V U 3 F! 22, X ,fl K 2 5 I X 5 K I Kami 2 f 22 2 2 ,ZR af, ' 2 9 i?Sir2P"U 2 X 22 P S 2 3 V' asfl.,-im,112-wi r. ,Q .. 2522, 2 2 , 32,1 fr rf I M2223 sa A m -I N 5 sf ls img A FF ff Drs w 2 +. Sass Q, 2 2 22 Q! i .,,.. , , 2 ,.., M2 2221 - ,-,- 173 QE'i?'3i5? sn 2 x rg f- gram- . . 2,,,2,.2 , 7 fgwsgzf . ,921 sw. 2 2 2 ...... :55fs2225f'a2::gsaussi::j:22:'f5!a.:'?2az,i . .2 1' , STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALIST Ray Ribicic E The following seniors have been nominated for recogni :L 5 tion in the publication "Who's Who Among Student 122 Leaders in High Schools of America". FRONT ROW: Donna Barron, Randi O'Brien, Cheryl Cook, Diane Rosmann, Randee Crockett, Paula Flood, Marilyn ,lgi -2'- Garcia, Sue Tockstein, Mary Siegmund. BACK ROW: V' " 53 Carmen Bravo, Tim Mills, Ed Sturgeon, Tommy ilii JHCRSOH- WM ",. if 1 STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEIVII-FINALIST Jack Phillips 5 s FRONT ROW: Tom Jackson, Barbara Vick, Marilyn Newman, Judy Katz, JoAnne McAllister, SECOND ROW: Luchy Valencia, Donna Barron, Cheryl Cook, Vanessa Anderson, Pam Parsons. THIRD ROW: Mary Siegmund, Linda Graf, Darlene Franklin, Darnelle Linzey, Larry Maves. FOURTH ROW: Judy McCIard, Pamela Woodall, Ed Sturgeon, George Young, Jackie Brean- FIFTH ROW: Sandy Angus, Ralph Hayes, Jim Ricketts. NOT PIC- TURED: Mary Jaeger, Brant McAvoy, Dina Katz, Harvey Arntson. Top Scholars Lana Ayres-3. 87 Randi O'Brien-3. 83 Donna Griswold-3. 75 Clorinda Peters-3. 67 Jack Phillips-3. 64 Tim Mills-3. 58 Terr1 Thompson-4. OO Anthony Mammoser-3. 56 john Hanna-3. 56 Stephen New-3. 55 26 Becky Warren-3. 55 ANITA LYNN ADAMS Anita attended El Capitan be- fore coming to ECVHS. Her activities included Smoke Signal 3, Editorial Editor 4, Girls' League Good Grooming Secretary 4. AUTUMN ANDERSON QBee -DOJ Dancing and horseback riding are the favorites of this future beautician. Autumn will go to a beauty college after she graduates in June. ROBERT JOSEPH ADKISSON fBobJ Bob, who equally enjoys surf- ing and playing the guitar, plans a major in math or sci- ence at SDSC. His favorite subject at ECVI-IS was Trigo- nometry. EILEEN MARIE ANDERSON Photography topped Eileen's list of favorite subjects in her 4-year stay at El Cajon. Her activities included Girls' League Social Committee, Sr. Class Representative, and Sr. Ways 8 Means Committee. VANESSA JANE ANDERSON QNessJ Vanessa's many activities at ECVHS included Orchestra 1, 2, 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Staff 2, 3, 4, THOUGHT Editor 4, Archbearer 35 Inter- national Club 15 Nominating Convention 3, and CSF 2, 3. JUDY ANN ALTHERR Judy's ambition is to be a sec- retary. Her future educational plans call for a Business Edu- cation major at Grossmont Col- lege. Judy participated in Girls' League lj Advertising Comm. 2. Win. SANDRA LEE ANGU S QSandyJ Girls' League Social Commit- tee 1,2, 35 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 35 Bravettes 3, Sec- retary 43 and Sr. Gift Com- mittee have been among Sandy's varied school activ- ities. Going to a business college is part of her imme- diate future. JUDY ANN ALTHOF Blue eyes are the principal characteristic of this Senior. Judy put her art talent to good use in her favorite subject, Arts S Crafts. She enjoys sew- ing and dancing and hopes to "reach all future goals. " DONALD EDWARD ANDERSON QDOnJ Don lists street racing as his favorite pastime and working on Fords as his hobby. His ambition is to own a Speedee Mart. While at ECVI-IS, Don enjoyed his photo classes most. HARVEY ALBERT ARNTSON 1-lis extra,-curricular activities included Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3,43 Varsity Band 2, 3, 4, Band Staff Head 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3. qsubp HARVEY WILLIAM ATWELL fl-lerbj This four -year student at ECVHS will continue his stud- ies at SDSC with a major in engineering. He was a mem- ber of the Frosh Student Coun- cil. THOMAS VERNON BAIRD QTomj Tom intends to become an engineer, and to prepare for this career he will study at Grossmont College with a major in mathematics. A- mong his activities have been Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. ZELVA ELAINE BARGANIER Zelva would like to attend a college in Los Angeles and study to become a nurse. Very musically inclined, Zelva likes to play her accordion and sing. She has attended ECVHS all four years. LANA KAY AYRES Lana, a four year student here, has been active as Songleader 45 Senate 2, 3,45 Frosh Class Secretary, Dia- lectos 2, 3, 45 NFL 2, 3,45 Archbearer 3. MARTIN GERALD BACA After he graduates in june, A Martin will further his studies at Grossmont College with a major in engineerin . Fishin 8 8, hunting, and rock collecting are Martin's favorite pastimes. DONNA KAY BAILEY fKidj Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 3, 45 Nominating Con- vention 2g Sr. Baccalaureate Comm, Treble-Aires 3,43 were among the activities of this music-minded graduate. FRANKLIN WINSTON BAKER Frank plans to attend SDSC and major in music. Latin Club, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band, Varsity Band, Brass Choirg Concert Orchestra and Stage Band, Band Staff 2, 3, 45 numbered among his ac- tivities. LARRY NELSON BARNWELL He will further his musical studies at SDSC. Larry's activ- ities have included Tab S Campus and Nominating Con- ventions. 28 DONALEE SUSAN BARRON This very busy student has participated in ASB Treasurer 45 Ir. Class Sec., Marching Band 2, 35 CSF 1, 33 Y-Teens, 4, Senate 3,45 High Debber Varsity, Archbearer 35 Har- vest Ball Court. MARY LOUISE BAUER QLouj Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 13 Girls' League Advertising Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4, YFC 1,2, 35 LEGEND Staff 3, Sr. Editor 45 Sr. Publicity Comm. 5 have been among the activities of this very busy student. MONTE D. BAXTER KAY ANN BEECHER QMQQChe1-j Kay will attend beauty col- Monte will further his studies lege after she graduates in at Grossmont College with a June. She participated in major in either electronics or Girls' League Campus Rela- math. Monte was active in tions Comm. , and was chosen Radio Club 1- Harvest Ball Queen this year. CAROL ELLEN BENTSEN l-ler activities have included Girls' League Executive Board 45 Miracle Worker 35 YFC 2, 35 Nominating Conventions 2, 3,45 Tab 8 Campus 25 Big Sister 2, 3, 45 League Service Comm. 3. DENNIS FRANCIS BERTRAND Dennis has two secret ambi- tions: to join the Peace Corps and to tour Europe on a bi- cycle. Dennis, a four year scholar, names English as his most enjoyable subject. KATHLEEN DENISE BING fBingoj Kathy would like to become a dental assistant, and will con- tinue to study at Grossmont College. She has participated in International Club 15 GL Social Comm. 1, 2. Kathy is noted for her pretty eyes. JERRY LEE BELL jerry will graduate in june and will then continue her studies at Grossmont College. Girls' League 1, 35 Nominating con- ventionsg Banner Girl 35 Drama Club 25 were among her activities. PAMELA DIANNE BELSHA QPam a Lamj Band and Orchestra 1, 25 Class Council 1,25 Girls' League League Service Comm. 35 YFC5 Sr. Dance 8 Assembly Commg International Club 15 were among Pam's varied ac- tivities. NANCY LOUISE BERRY Qlrishj She plans to attend Gross- mont College and major in Retailing. While attending ECVI-IS all four years, Girls' League 1, 25 Bowling Braves5 Sr. Ways and Means Comm. have been among her varied activities. MARGARET KATHLEEN BLACKARD QKathyj Kathy will graduate in june and attend college in Northern California. Attending ECVHS all four years, she has partici- pated in Bravettes 35 Girls' League Executive Board 4, Sr. Social Comm. 5 Sr. Gift Comm. FREDERICK WILLIAM BLANCHARD qRic1.p Rick plans to study at San Jose to become a Physical Education teacher. His most enjoyable subject was English Rick has included Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 2, 35 in his busy schedule. DONNA MARIE BOLDA Donna's activities have been Girls' League 15 Nominating Conventions 1, 45 Class Coun- cil 1, 35 sec. 2, Bravettes 3, hand corps lieut. 45 Sr. Social Comm., Homecoming Queen. LYNNETTE DENIS BOWYER CLVHHJ This june graduate's ambition is to get married. Lynn's fa- vorite subject was homemak- ing. MARILYN KAY BRAUCKMULLER fBrockiej Marilyn's activities have been Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. 15 Social Comm. 25 Recording Sec. 45 Sr. Ways and Means Commg Nominat- ing Conventions 1-4g Bravettes 3. CHARLEY E. BOON QTommyj A former Granite Hills' stu- dent, Charley has been at ECVI-IS for 3 1X2 years. His activities included Sr. Class Representative and Sr. Ways and Means Comm. MARIA DEL CARMEN BRAVO QCarmj Carmen's activities have been Class Council 1, 2,43 Girls' League 1,2, Corresponding Sec. 3, Pres. 45 Sr. Ways and Means Comm. 3 Harvest Ball Princess 43 Nominating Conventions 1- 35 Snowball Queen 4. 30 ALICE ROSEMARY BOOST QRoseJ Rose plans to attend Sarah Lawrence College in New York to major in art. This year she served as manager of the Cross Country Team. JACKLYN MARIE BREAN Uackiej jackie's activities have been Pep Club 19 Girls' League Ad- vertising Comm. 1-4gAFS 1,3, 45 LEGEND Staff 3, Co-Editor 4, Nominating Conventions 1- 35 Big Sister 2, 45 Frosh-Soph Speech Tournament, Sr. Bac- calaureate Comm. GENEEN ANN BOWEN 1DiPPYl Geneen has attended ECVHS all four years. Favorite sub- jects were Auto Shop and Bookkeeping. Her activities included Girls' League 1, 25 YFC 1-43 Concert Choir 1. ROSEMARY BRACKNEY QRosebudj journalism 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 15 have been the principal ac- tivities of this future Gross- mont College student. GERALD L. BREESE Gerald plans to attend a junior college and major in electron- ics. While attending high school, Gerald enjoyed Electronics as his favorite subject. BRYAN FRANK BRITTAIN Bryan will attend Grossmont College. Civics Was named as his most outstanding class3 Bryan also attended Point Loma High School. He was active in Boys' Fed eration. DARYL LEE BUERGER Daryl plans to attend Cal Poly University. His activities have been Track 2, 33 I. V. Football 33 Varsity Football 43 FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 23 Con- cert Band 1, 2. PATRICIA MARIE CALLAHAN QPatj Pat's activities have been, Girls' League Committee 3, 43 Drama Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Vice Pres. 23 Senate 23 Nomi- nating Convention 33 Concert Choir 43 Archbearer 33 Sr. Dance 8 Assembly Comm3 Y- Teens 3,4. KENNETH CHARLES BROOKS QKenj Ken names Bookkeeping as his favorite subject while at ECVHS these past four years. Ken would like to attend Grossmont College. GARY MIKE CAMPBELL QMikej Mike plans to attend Fresno State and major in Soil Sci- ence. His El Cajon activities have been Future Farmers of America 3,43 and 4-H. 31 FREDRICK HOWELL BROWN Q Derfj This une raduate has attend- J s ed Northwestern Military and Naval Academy in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and Ply- mouth High School in Ply- mouth, Wisconsin. He Was on the Wrestling team at ECVHS. PATRICIA ANN CANNARIATO QPatj Pat plans to attend SDSC and major in Psychology. Her ac- tivities have been Sr. Dance Comm3 Sr. Gift Comm. MELVIN EUGENE BROWN QGenej This june graduate plans to attend Grossmont College, His activities at ECVHS have been three years of Football and one year of Track. KATHLEEN MARY BURTON QMephistoclesj International Club 1, 23 Dia- lectos 3,43 and NFL 4 were a few of the activities of this graduate. She enjoyed Speech more than any other subject. KENNETHJ. CARLSON Ken's activities have been Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 March ing Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 1, 3,43 Band Staff 23 Stu- dent Council 13 Sr. Dance 8 Assembly Comm. WILLIAM ALONZO CARROLL QBillj Bill enjoys baseball and foot- ball and has attended San Diego and Hoover High. P. E. and English rate high with him and he plans to join the service after a june graduation. BARBARA SUE COLEMAN fBobbiej Marching Band 2, 33 Orchestra, Roman Brave 35 Library Assts. 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 were Bobby's major activities. LINDA NORDIN CARTER Linda's favorite subject is book- keeping and she hopes to follow her interest by attending Santa Rosa Business College after graduation. JOHN COMBA CCHHVJ john's favorite subject is wood- shop, although his secret am- bition is to become a boxer. A June graduate, john plans to attend Grossmont College. MARY BERNICE CHERNUS Uuniej Junie likes speech and crafts and won't let us in on her secret ambition. She tells us she looks like a twelve year old and lists "anything" as her talents. RICHARD BRUCE COLBURN QBru.cej Bruce plans to attend Gross- mont College after graduation. Football 1,2,4g Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 4, Smoke Signal 4 were among his activities. CHERYL LENNETTA COOK Nominating Convention 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3,43 Arch- bearer 35 Bravettes 3,4g ASB Director of School Arts 4 were among Cheryl's major activi- ties. 32 CLAUDIA E. CLONINGER fClaudj Claudia's activities included Nominating Convention 25 Girls' League 45 Drama 45 Senior Dance and Assembly Comm. PATRICIA ANN CORLE QPattyj After graduation Patty hopes to attend Hunter Girls College in N. Y. and major in art. Her ac- tivities included Marching Band Twirler 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, Tab 8 Campus 1,2, 3gNominat- ing Convention 1, 2, 3, Girls' League 1,2,3,4g Senate 3. FORREST B. CORSON fStevej Steve enjoys traveling and hopes to travel around the world. I-Ie spends his spare time tinkering and is interest- ed in electronics in which he plans to major at SDSC after a june graduation. GERALD GAIL CRISPIN U GUY! After jerry graduates in june, he will attend Grossmont College. His secret ambition is to fly, and he attended El Capitan in his freshman and sophomore years where he was in Football 1, 2. JOHN DOUGLAS CROSSLEY JR. 0531011117 john likes to recall old mem- ories. After attending El Cajon all four years, he will attend a junior college and study for- estry. He participated in Mege- beceps 1,25 Baseball Manager 2. ROBERTA MAY COVERT QBertj Roberta would like to become a commercial artist after her June graduation. Her activity here was Girls' League 4. KAREN SUE CUNNINGI-IAM After four years at El Cajon, Karen's favorite class was Bookkeeping and she was a june graduate. She partici- pated in Girls' League 2, 3,4. 33 PAULINE IO COX ON fPaulaj Tab 8'Campj.1s 25 Girls' League 23 Bravettes 3, 43 Journalism 3, Senate 35 Smoke Signal News Editor 45 Sr. Gift Comm. kept Paula busy in her 4-year stay at ECVHS. FRANK LEON DAVEY QThe Gutless Wonderj An active member of our band, Frank likes music and shop and plays tenor sax. His activities included Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Varsity Band 1,2, 3,4. WANDA JEAN CRABILL QBunnyj Becoming Mrs. R. A. M. is the secret ambition of this ambi- tious Senior. She plans to at- tend El Cajon Beauty College where she will study Cosme- tology. Bravettes 3,43 Choir 4, were her primary activi- ties. RANDE LYNN CROCKETT Rande's -activities included Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3,45 Bravettes 3, Flag Lt. 4, Archbearer 35 ASB Commis- sioner of Public Relations 45 Homecoming Princess 4. GARRY NORMAN DAVIS Garry plans to attend Gross- mont College and major in drafting. He participated in Football 15 B-Track 15 A- Track 2, 3. 4. REGINA MAE DAVIS CRS? After graduating in Jtme Regina plans to attend SDSC where she will major in lan- guage. She has participated in Choir 3, Manager 45 Brav- ettes 3,43 Arch Bearer 33 and Senate. LYNNE ELINOR DORLON English with Mr. Adams has been Lynn's favorite class. Her favorite astime is raisin P 8 bull terriers. Among her ac- tivities have been Tab and Campus 2, 3,45 Spanish Club, and Speech 3. HAROLD DUGG ER QButchj This sports-minded graduate has participated in many ath- letics while at ECVHS includ- 1ng Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 3, 4, Track 3, and Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. THOMAS ALAN DELEEUW fThomj Thom enjoys art and painting and when he goes to junior college he will major in arts and crafts. I-Ie lists being a philanthropist as his hobby. EDWARD JOSEPH EBBERT QRustyJ Rusty lists his favorite pastime as taking his girl places. In his four years at ECVHS auto shop has been his favorite sub- ject and he has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 34 BRENDA LOUISE DE PAUL In her four years at ECVI-IS, she enjoyed Clerical Office Practice the most and partici- pated in Pep Club, Girl's League Advertising Commit- tee, and Senior Ways and Means Committee. ION KARL ELBEL QKarlj After graduation jon will at- tend SDSC Where he hopes to DIANE LEE DONLEY QDiddlee-Pooj In june Diane will attend Grossmont College. Girl's League, Y-Teens, Specialities 3,43 and Nominating Conven- tions 1, 2, 4 have been among her activities at ECVHS. DAVID CHARLES DOTY fDavej After he graduates in january Dave will attend Grossmont College. Tab and Campus, Megebeceps, Senior Class Council and Senior Publicity Comm. , have been among his school activities. IBRAHIM MOUSTAPHA EL KERDANY uw For the past year our campus succeed. While at El Cajon he has been warmed by the friend- has been in Cross Country 1, 2, ly smile of Ib, our foreign ex- Track 1, 25 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 3, and Roman Braves 1, 2. change student. Drama, broad- casting service, school maga- zine, ASB and ASF have been among his many activities. JACKIE DARLENE ESTLICK Uackb jackie plans to attend Gross- mont College where she will major in speech. Among her activities have been Freshman Treasg NFL 3, 4, Sec. 4, and Girls' League 1. LINDA RAE EVERETT Linda has been in Girls' League 2, 45 Bravettes 35 ASB Sec. second semester, Tab and Campus 1, 3, Nominating Convention 1, 25 Sr. Prom Comm. Chairman. PAULA IO FLOOD To become an elementar . . . Y teacher is Pau1a's major goal. ASB Commissioner of Public- ity 45 Bravettes 3,45 Nominat- ing Conventions 3, 45 Harvest Ball Princess 4 have been a- mong her high school activi- ties. EDWIN LEROY FOREMAN CECU Ed hopes to attend Grossmont College and major in elec- tronics. While at ECVI-IS, Wrestling 3, Tennis 2, 35 Tab and Campus and Nominating Convention 3 have been a- mong his activities. BARBARA JO FORROR QBobbiej Bobbie hopes to become a social worker. YFC 1, 2, Girls' League 1, Concert Choir 1, 23 and Nominating Convention 1, have been among her activities. LINDA RAE FARLING Linda's favorite subject is math which may explain why she plans to major in math at Grossmont College or SDSC. FRED MILTON FORSYTH III This june graduate will attend junior college. Cross Country 1, 2 and Track 1, 23 have been his activities in high school. GERALDINE FITZGERALD QGerrej After graduation, she plans to major in home economics at San Diego Evening College. Student Council, Nominating Conventions, and Tab and Cam pus have been her activities at ECVHS. JOHN PAUL FRANCIS ' Qluhilogynistl U. S. History was john's favor- ite subject. His activities have included Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 and Track 1,2, 3,4. DARLENE ROSALIE FRANKLIN QDollyj Participation in Health Careers 2, 35 Tab G Campus 2, 3,43 LEGEND Staff Photo Director 3, Alumni Editor 45 Senate 45 Bravettes 3, 45 Archbearer 35 have helped to make high school interesting for Darlene. KENNETH ARNOLD GANSCI-l QButchj Butch lists working on cars as his hobby. Mechanical draw- ing was his favorite subject. I-Ie plans to attend a junior college. In his Freshman year, Ken was a member of the wrestling team. MARIANNE QHAROU1-'rp FREEMAN While attending school she par- ticipated in Y-Teens and Nom- inating Conventions. CAROL SUE FRONIUS QSusiej This athletic student enjoys hiking, camping, and cycling. I-Ier ambition is to be liked and respected by everyone. Sue attended El Cajon all four years. .LYNN PAUL GAYLORD Cl-IERYN RENEE' GEDNEY CARL j. GERGER This four -year El Cajon stu- Cheryn, a june graduate, likes Carl intends to continue his dent was active in the Cali- -to seyv and enjoys arts and education at Grossmont Col- fornia Cadet Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, crafts. During her four years at lege Where he will Study' and Radio Club 1, 2, 3, His ECVI-IS, she participated in Electronics. Auto Shop was hobbies are hunting and fish- YFC 3, and Specialties 3, his favorite subject. ing. RONALD DAVID FRY QRonj After graduation, Ron wants to attend SDSC or Grossmont College, Where he will major in either journalism or philos- ophy. MARILYN JEAN GARCIA fMarej Mare will attend SDSC and major in physical education. I-Ier activities were cheerlead- er 4g ASB assistant 43 junior Class Vice Presidentg Nominat- ing Convention 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 35 Choir 1, Latin Club 1g Class Council 1, 2, 3. DARLENE BARBARA GERSTEIN Darlene is a future Grossmont College student, and says her favorite subject was history. She was in Girls' League 1, Nominating Convention 1, 25 Bravettes 3, 4. BONNIE SUE GILB QBonj Bon has been active in Choir 2, 3,45 Choir Staff 3,43 Girls' League 1, 25 Tab and Campus 25 Class Council 2, 3. JEANNE ELIZABETH GREEN KNGD Y-Teens 25 Girls' League Good Grooming Comm. 3, LI, Roman Braves 15 and Nominating Con- vention 1, 3, were jean.ne's ac- tivities. She will attend Gross- mont College, and UCSD. CLIFFORD EDWARD GROSSMAN fGreat Clifij Cliff likes to work on cars in his spare time, and Auto Me- chanics was his favorite sub- ject. I-Ie bowls and fishes, and during his four years at ECVHS, he participated in California Cadet Corps. ALLAN PI-IILLIP GOODWATER Alan will attend a junior col- lege after graduation. He put his athletic abilities to work in Wrestling 13 Cross Country 1,23 and Track 1,2. LINDA CAROL GRAF A four year ECVHS student, Linda participated in Y-Teens 4, Sr. Privilege Comm. 5 Nom- inating Convention 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Staff 3, 4, Arch Bearer 3. ELIZABETH LEROY HAGEN QLizj Liz's favorite subject was Eng- lish, and she plans to major in it after her June graduation. She is a four year ECVI-IS stu- dent who enjoyed going to sports events. 37 LAWRENCE ANDREW HAGGARD QLarryj Larry will attend Grossmont College next year. During his four years at El Cajon, Larry participated in ,IV Baseball 25 and Varsity Baseball 3, 4. STEPHEN DANIEL GRAVES QStevej After he graduates, Steve plans to attend SDSC and ma jor in Astro-physics. Track 1 2,3,4, and Football 1,2, were his activities. DONNA JEAN GRISWOLD Donna hopes to attend UCLA, where she will major in Math- ematics. During her years at El Cajon, she was active in Girls' League. PATRICIA LEE HAMILTON QPatj After graduation Pat will at- tend SDSC and major in Art. At ECVHS, she participated in Choir 13 Library Club 3, and Senior Ways and Means Committee. ROD ROBERT HAMMERLY This "muscle-bound" June graduate spent much of his time racing at Romona. Rod's hobby is making artificial water for artificial flowers. JUDITI-I ALI CE HANNIBAL UudYJ Judy, a blue-eyed June grad- uate, lists her favorite pas- times as dating and buying clothes. Judy was active in Social Committee 1, 3, Nom inating Convention 2, 3, 4, Bravettes 3. BENNETTE JOANN HANENBURG fBenneJ Benne, well known for her ef- forts as Songleader 2, 3, 4, has also participated in Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir Staff 3,45 Girls' League 1, 2, 4. DELORES JEAN HARRIS QDeeJ Dee plans to major in Busi- ness Administration and Management at Grossmont College. Her activities were Drama Club, Class Council 1, 23 Girls' League 1, 2, 3,43 Senior Ways and Means Com- mittee, Office Assistant. MICHAEL LEE HARRIS QMikeJ Mike's enjoyment of wood shop will lead him to enroll in a trade school for cabinet makers following graduation. Eventually, he hopes to tour Europe. 38 STEVE RICHARD HANEY Steve, aJune graduate, has favored English through his four years at ECVI-IS. Steve will enter Grossmont College to study Architectural Engi- neering. JANET LOUISE HARSHBERGER U 21117 After two years at Grossmont College, Jan plans to attend SDSC where she will major in art in hopes of becoming a f-ommercial artist. JOHN DAVID HANNA John, mainly interested in trigonometry and engineering, has attended ECVHS four years Automobiles are his current hobby. SONIA ESTHER HARDEN fSonieJ Dreaming of becoming a pro- fessional actress or singer. Sonia has participated in nu- morous plays throughout her four years at ECVHS. Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Trebleaires 3, 45 and Roman Braves 1, 2,are only a few of her other activities. JOHN T. F. HART John's ambition is to major in 'Marine Biology. John has been active in Wrestling 1, 2, 4, Nominating Conventions 3, 4, Track 2, Basketball 2, ASB Vice-President 4. ROBERT A. HARTMAN QBobj Bob hopes to enroll at SDSC as an electronics major. Bob en- joys fishing and camping and is interested in stamps and coins as Well as electronics. He has participated in Nomi- nation Convention 1, 2, 3 and Radio Club 1, 2. GLENN EUGENE HENDERSON The sea seems to be in Glenn' future. I-Ie plans on majoring in marine biology at UCSO S and Scripps Institute of Ocean- ography. Track occupied his Freshman and Sophomore years. DANE CARLETON HENDRIX Dane will spend his extra time at Grossmont College and SDSC majoring in psychology. Dane has also attended both El Capitan and Mission Bay High Schools. CLAUDIA JANE HAWORTH Claudia looks forward to at- tending either Grossmont Col- lege or SDSC where she will major in Physical Education and perhaps go on to become a Corps Advisor. ELLIS FLOYD HENTON Ellis was a member of the Concert Choir 2, 3,43 Spanish Club 15 Nominating Conven- tion 1, 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Manager 25 Student Council 1, 2, 35 and School Service 4. 39 RALPH GALE HAYES Ralph has plans to enter SDSC as a math major. His activi- ties have included Frosh Foot- ballg j.V. Football 2, 3, Varisty Football 43 Varsity Baseball 3, 4gBoys'Federation and Varsity Club. ALAN ROY I-IERMANSON Alan, ajune graduate, would like to major in forestry at Grossmont College. Alan lists English as his favorite subject at ECVHS. KRIS JOAN HAYWARD Kris plans to enter beauty col- lege or Grossmont College up- on her june graduation. Her activities includes journalism 3, Outside News Manager 45 Girls' League 2, Publications Chairman 4. JERRY DEE HENDERSON jerry's main interests have been Military Science and Business Law. jerry was active as a Police Cadet, in Military Science 1, 2, 3, 4, and Business Law 4. GARY HOWARD HESS Gary plans to attend SDSC to attain his goal- becoming a brain surgeon. Gary has partic ipated in Frosh-Soph Speech Tourn. 1,23 AFS 1,23 Nomi- nating Conventions 2, 39 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 and Concert Band 1, 2, 3. GEORGE PHILLIP HICKS fPhilJ Talking on the telephone, dating girls, and working on cars are all important to this senior. Phil considers wood- working and boy's P. E. his fovorite subjects. HARRY ROBERT I-IORDE fBertJ Music and more music have kept this senior happy. March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Band 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 45 Band Staff Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Usher 45 have been the activities of this senior. SHARON LEE ETTA HOBBS Sharon will remember her civ- ics class as one of her favorite subjects. Sewing, Sharon's fa- vorite pastime, will help her to make her ambition of being a housewife simpler. JAMES ERNEST HUDSON Uiml Skin diving, though it is only a pastime now, will play an important role in the future because Jim plans to major in advertising and to minor in oceanography at SDSC. DEBORAH ANN HOFFMANN QNikkiJ This former E1 Capitan student includes listening to the Beach Boys' records among her favor- ite pastimes. ROBERT JOE HOLDER QBobJ Bob plans to go to SDSC and major in electronics. His goal is to become an electronic technician. Sports have form- ed the nucleus of his activities. He has participated in Foot- ball 13 Wrestling and Drama Club. ANITA CLARK HUGHES Watching for a mailman is the hobby of this one-year ECVHS student. Bookkeeping is her favorite subj ect. Anita's secret ambition is to have a happy, successful marriage. 40 FREDERICK ANDREW HOFFMANN CAMYJ Becoming a wealthy business- man and majoring in Engineer ing at SDSC are all in the immediate future of this am- bitious senior. Andy's activi- ties while in high school have been Wrestling 2, 35 Nominat- ing Convention 2. PARIS LORRAINE I-IURLEY Participation in Band 1,25 FFA 3,43 Agriculture 3,43 4-H Leader, High 4-I-Ig Farmer- ettes, and Tumbleweeds Horse Club, have all made high school complete. Paris plans to attend beauty college 'to become a beautician. ELIZABETH RUTH JOLLY WILLIAM BEN JONES JEAN P. QBERRYJ IVY Jean, aJune graduate, has enjoyed English and Civics. She had attended Abilene High, in Abilene, Texas be- fore she came to El Cajon. GERALD NATHANIEL JAMES USFPYD Jerry enjoys listening to good jazz music and practicing his trap drums. His activities in- clude Band 15 Football JV 25 Track JV 23 Varsity 33 Cross Country 35 Nominating Con- vention 3. DAVID JACKSON DaVid's favorite subject was P. E. during his four years at El Cajon. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, and swim- ming. TOMMY JACKSON QTomJ Tommy will long be remem- bered for his spirit and his ability to wrestle. During four years at El Cajon, Tommy has participated in Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 ASB, MARY LOU JAEGAR Mary has participated in AFS, CSF, NFL, FTA, Orchestra 3, 45 Bravettes 35 Class Repre- sentative-At-Large 2, 3, Girls' League 13 Megabeceps 2, 3, Senior Prom Comm. 5 Tab and Campus 2, 3, 45 Senate, Math Commissoner of Athletics 45 Team 25 Dialectos 3,4. Tennis 1, 23 Cross Country 1, 2,s. MICHAEL EDWARD JENNINGS Uviikej Mike, a vivacious senior spends most of his free time racing cars. In the immediate future his plans include going to Grossmont College. He has played JV Baseball and Basket- ball 2, 3. JANICE LYNN JETT DANIEL LEE JOHNSON Uanicej QDanJ Janice's immediate future will Grossmont College is where be influenced greatly by her interest in art. She plans on attending art school where she will gain enough knowledge to become a fashion illustrator. this graduate plans on contin- uing his education. Dan has attended El Cajon for three years. 41 i , Talking on the telephone takes up a large part of this four- year ECVHS student's life. Her favorite subject was home- making. QBillJ This student from Valley High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico enjoys fur trapping and rattlesnake hunting. His ambition is to go to college and become a government trapper. JUDY ANN JONES THOMAS ALFRED JORDAN Girls' League 1, 2,43 Nominat- qpinkj ing Convention 2, 3, and the To be a mathematician is this Sr. Ways and Means Comm. Senior's ambition as he enters have been among Judy's ac- a junior college this fall. Tom tivities at El Cajon. Her am- bition is to be a social worker. JUDITH RAE KATZ Uudvb Judy's ambition is to make as many people happy as she can. English was the favorite subject for this Senior who plans to enter SDSC this fall. TERRY JONATHAN KAWKA To go to Europe isJerry's am- bition. SMOKE SIGNAL 3, 49 and Nominating Convention 1 were among his activities. I enjoys Football and Drama. Swimming, tinkering with cars, and eating, are his fa- vorite pastimes. JIM ANTON KARASEK Uiml Jim's main interest at ECVHS has been working with cars. Possessing the talent to work efficiently with his hands, he will further his education in diesel mechanics at SDSC. JUDY CAROL KEATING Judy lists bowling as her hobby and P. E. as her favor- ite subject. Following gradu- ation she will enroll at Gross- mont College. She has partic- ipated in Tennis Club 3, 4. MAURICE FRANCIS KEEI-IAN QKillerJ To major in Electronics and minor in history at SDSC is this ECVI-IS student's goal after graduation. His favorite classes were Electronics, Auto Shop, and Mr. Kniss Civics class. DINA CI-IANA KATZ Among this June graduate's activities were Nominating Convention 2, 35 Sr. Class Council, Roman Braves 2, 3, Sr. Privilege Comm. 5 and AFS 1. A teaching degree from SDSC is the future goal of this ECVI-IS student. ROBERT G. KAUTZMAN QLuckyJ Bob lists as his outstanding physical characteristic "a beak for a nose". After attend- Grossmont College for two years his ambition is to go to Hawaii. I ANN SHARON KERNS QSamJ Ann's activities have been: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Band 1, Stage Orchestra 3, County Honor Band 3, 45 Or- chestra 3,45 Band Camp 2, 3, 4, and Solo Ensemble Festi- val 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCIS KIMMEL QBobj Bob's favorite pastimes include golf, bowling, and tennis. Tennis 1, 35 and Nominating Convention 1, have been a- mong his activities at ECVHS. ARTHUR JAMES KROUPA fl-lomerj Art's future plans consist of two years at a junior college and then SDSC. His school activities have included: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 45 and Wrestling 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. ALAN JAMES LADD fBig Aly Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 23 Wrestling 3,43 Tennis 35 Nominating Convention 1, and Boys' Federation, have been among Alan's extracurricular activities at ECVHS. This Senior Wants to major in Architecture. He will attend first Grossmont College and then SDSC. MARCIA ANNE KINCH QMarshmello Crunchy To be an R. N. from Mercy Hospital is this june graduate's goal as she finishes high school. Marcia's activities have been Girls' League, ASB Ass'tg Archbearer'3, and Sr. Ways and Means Comm. LENI CAROL KIRK The activities of this Senior have included Future Nurses 1, 25 YFC5 and Bravettes 3. Leni has enjoyed her math and history courses most. ROLAND WAYNE LAM QWaynej An ECVHS student for four years, Wayne has participated in Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, and Track 1. Auto Shop and Civics have been his favorite classes at El Cajon. 43 RICHARD ALLEN KOSIC Richard plans to attend Gross- mont College and major in teaching. Cross Country 1, Tennis 1, 33 Nominating Con- vention 1, 3, and Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm. have been among his activities at ECVHS. ROBERT RAY KUNTZ 4 Robbi ey Robbie's school activities have included: Marching Band 1,2, 3, 45 Band Staff, Nomi- nating Convention 1, Sr. Pub- licity Comm. 5 SMOKE SIGNAL, Editor-in-chief 45 Senate 45 Roman Braves 1 and Varsity Band. KATHRYN DIANE LARSON QKathyj Kathy has participated in Class Council 1, 2, 3, Speech Tourna- ment 1g Nominating Convention 1, 2, 3, Girls' League Social Comm.,1, Chairman 4, Good Grooming Comm. 25 Record- ing Sec. 3g Bravettes 3, Sr. Gift Comm. 9 Sr. Social Comm. STEPHEN LEE LANDESS A talented Drama student, Steve's secret ambition is to become an actor. Wrestling I. V. 33 Tennis I. V. 2, Drama Club 3, Vice Pres. 4, have been among his activities while at ECVI-IS. BRENT WARNER LAWSON An Auto Shop student, Brent's special talent is an ability to pull the head of a '49 Ford in 6. 8 minutes. After graduation in June he plans to attend Grossmont College WILLIAM GEORGE LEONARD QBillj After graduation in june, Bill plans to attend San Diego City College and major in plumb- ing apprenticeship. During his four years at ECVHS, Bill has participated in Football 45 Wrestling 3. CHRISTINE LEHMAN QChrisj A january graduate, Chris will attend SDSC and major in Social Welfare to obtain her goal. While at ECVHS her activities were Girls' Leagueg Publication Comm. 35 LEGEND 3. KENNETH ALLAN LEHR fKenj A future industrial arts major, Ken plans to attend SDSC to prepare himself for teaching. While at ECVI-IS his favorite subjects have been math and woodworking. DARNELLE LINZEY Darnelle came to ECVHS from Prairie High, Canada. She became active in Girls' League Campus Relationsg Tennis Clubg Concert Choir. FREDRIC G. LONG QFredj During his four years at ECVI-IS, Fred participated in Football 1, 25 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 45 Nominating Con- vention 1, 35 SMOKE SIGNAL 45 Senior Class Council. LINDA LEE LONG Linda plans to attend Gross- mont College after graduation. While at ECVHS, she partic- ipated in Girls' League Ad- vertising Comm. Sec. 25 Drama 3, 4. 44 MARGUERITE DELPHINA LEO During her four years at ECVI-IS, Chemistry proved to be Marguerite's most enjoy- able class. Dancing is her fa- vorite pastime. RUTH LYNN LINCOLN QRuthiej Nominating Convention 1, 35 Tab S Campus 35 Library Club 35 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. 5 Bravettes 45 Arch Bearer 35 have been among Ruthie's activities. Auto Shop has been her favorite subject. MAE ELIZABETH LOU qLiz3 Liz's many extra-curricular activities have included Girls' League Advertising Comm. 1, 2, sec. 3, chairman 45 AFS 3, 45 Sr. Privilege Comm. DIANA KAY LYNCH QDe Dey De De was active in Girls' League Advertising Comm. 2, 35. A future liberal arts major she plans to attend Grossmont College and become a success at something. JEAN MAE MCCULLOUGH While at ECVHS Drama 15 Girls' League 15 Nominating Convention 1, 2, FFA 3, 45 Farmerettes 3, 45 were jean's principal activities. JO ANNE MCALLISTER While at ECVHS jo Anne par- ticipated in Bravettes 45 Nom- inating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Council 1,2, 3, sec. 45 Girls' League 2, 3,45 Arch- bearer 35 Sr. Ways and Means Comm. ROBERT THOMAS MCDONELL lB0bD Bob, during his fom' years at ECVHS has been active in Wrestling 1, 35 Latin 1, 3. He plans to become a pilot after graduation in june. LLOYD WAYNE MCMURTRY This june graduate wants to attend Grossmont College in hopes of finding a career in drafting. Wayne's favorite subject at ECVHS was Chem- istry. 45 ROBERT ANDREW MCCAULEY A Naval Career is the ambi- tion of this future auto me- chanics major at Grossmont College. Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band Mascot 2, 3, 45 have been among Bob's activities at ECVHS. CARA CRISTEN MACGILLIVRAY After a june graduation, mar- riage and college will fulfill Cara's future plans. Besides participating in GTL, she centered her attention on be- ing a junior Hostess of the USO. JUDY LYNN MCCLARD Concert Choir 1, 2, Megebe- ceps 25 Big Sister 35 Tab S Campus 25 LEGEND 3, Photo Editor 45 Sr. Baccalauriate Comm. 5 Bravettes 33 Girls' League Social Comm. 15 numbered among judy's activ ities. LINDA LAUREN MCDONELL An art student, Linda plans to continue her study at Choui- nard Art School, Los Angeles. Among her activities at ECVHS was Girls' League Good Grooming 1, 2, 3, 4. TERESA ANNE MADISON QTerij Teri had Girls' League 1, 2,45 Tab and Campus 1,2, 45 Spe- cialties 35 Nominating Con- vention 2, 3, 45 to keep her busy along with the normal amount of academic work. STEVE H. MADSEN During his four years at ECVHS, Steve participated in Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 45 Senior Ways and Means Committee. GREGORY JON MAN TIFEL Gre Q sl Greg is going to attend Whit- tier junior College when he graduates from ECVHS. He took part in Track 1, 23 and Football 1, 2. ALFRED H. MARKS QFredJ Fred attended El Ca itan and P Grossmont High Schools,, along with ECVHS. He will be a post graduate. KATHERINE MAY MAGEE Qliathyj Kathy has a secret ambition of being a good wife and mother after she graduates. Frosh League Service Committee, Tab and Campus 1, 25 Nomi- nating Convention 23 and Spe- cialties 3,43 were the activi- ties in which Kathy partici- pated. ANTHONY FRANCIS MAMMOSER KTOHYJ Tony came to ECVHS from Frankfort, Germany in 1965. Tony participated in Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 25 Lettermai-1's Club 45 and Quill and Scroll 4. DANIEL WALTER MARTIN QDanj Dan has made plans to attend either Oregon State or Oregon University after his graduation in june. While attending ECVI-IS, he took part in Football and Track. 46 TONI LEE MASSON QMickij From the many activities available at ECVHS, Toni participated in Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Nominating Conven- tions 1, 2, 3, Bowling Braves 3, 45 and Senior Ways and Means Committee. WILLIAM CHARLES MANGUS QBiIlj Bill's favorite pastime is cruising Oscars and working on cars. He has not yet planned on attending a college after graduation in june. PATRICIA ANN MARCOUX qrarp Pat is a lover of enchanting music and enjoys working with needle crafts. She lists her favorite subjects while at- tending ECVHS as home- making and gym. LAWRENCE CARL MAVES QLarryj Larry has been active in Foot ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2s Prom Committee. DANNY EUGENE MEADOWS Working on cars and bowling are Danny's hobbies. He en- joys playing the guitar, and plans on specializing in car- pentry. WAYNE PAUL MILES VICTOR MANUAL MESSINA QVicj Along with Vic's normal school work, he took part in Football 1, 2, 3,45 Class Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Tab S Campus, Sr. Gift Comm. 5 Basketball 13 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 4, Track 1, 2, 3,4g Sr. Dance G Assembly, Sr. Ways S Means Comm. Chairman. ALMA MATER El Cajon, El Cajon We give praise to you RAY P. MICHAEL Ray plans to attend Grossmont College, and major in jet mechanics. I-le enjoys surfing along with woodcarving. Ray hopes to have lots of money after he graduates from ECVI-IS. Red and Blue, Red and Blue Stands for the brave and true We'll fight to defend your honor, fame We're proud to uphold your glorious name El Cajon, El Cajon, hail, Alma Mater, hail! TIMOTHY STUART MILLS JERRY ALAN MOORE Q"13"j QTimj QLeftyl Wayne enjoyed taking part in Tim's activities while attend- jerry plans to attend HumbO1dt Nominating' Convention 1, 23 ing ECVI-IS were ASB Pres. 5 State College, with a major Wrestling 1, Cross Country 1, Freshman Vice Pres., Ro- in forestry. He participated 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity man Braves Tribune 2, Vice in Freshman Football, IV Club 3,4g Treas. 4s Cross Pres. 2, 3, Pres. 45 Cheer- Basketball, IV Baseball, and Country team captain 4, and leader 2, CSF, AFS, and Varsity Baseball. representative to the Senate 4. Freshman Basketball. 47 WANNETTA MAE MIKOL QNettaj Netta will go on to Grossmont College to study business. She participated in Girls League 13 Nominating Conventions 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Council, Sr. Cards and Announcement Comm. chair- man. PATRICIA ANN MUNDAY Following graduation Pat will enroll at Grossrnont College and major in English. Cooking and reading are her favorite pastimes. fRussJ JACK LOUIS MURILLO QBrilloJ This August graduate will at- tend Grossmont College to further his interest in mechan- ics. Jack's activities have in- cluded Football 13 and Tab and Campus. DAVID NAPLE David plans on furthering his education at G. M. Training Center. He has participated in Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2,3,4g and Varsity Band 3 and 4. KATHERINE JUNE MURPHY QKathyJ Kathy intends to enroll at Grossmont College. Eventual- ly she hopes to become a nurse. Reading, cooking, and sewing are her favorite pas- times. TONY CLINE NEIGHBORS In the fall Tony will attend Grossmont College. Activities include Football 1, 2, 3,45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE AYAKO NABETA ULUCY7 Joyce's activities include Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Staff 45 Smoke Signal reporter 3,45 copy edi- tor 43 Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL CLARENCE NAPIER Following graduation Russ will enroll at SDSC and major in Civil Engineering. Activities included Football 3 and 4. WALT R. NELSON fWallyJ Through the past four years Wally has favored auto shop above all other subjects. He hopes that the future will have an enjoyable job in store for him. 48 ALAN T. NAKASHIMA fNoc-kersj Surfing is the major interest of this June graduate. In Septem- ber he will attend Grossmont College. Alan has participated in Class Council 1, 3. PAUL O. NEW Uuniorj In the fall Paul will enroll at SDSC. His activities included Military Science rifle team, Cross Country, and Track. STEPHEN ALAN NEW QStevej Following graduation Steve will attend SDSC and major in Math or Electronics. He has participated in Student Government. BRUCE RICHARD O'BRIEN In the fall Bruce will attend SDSC and major in architec- ture. Mechanical Drawing was his favorite subject at ECVHS. Activities include Wrestling 1 S 2. ELAINE LOUISE O'COYNE Elaine plans to attend SDSC and major in history. Former- ly she attended North High School, Denver, Colo. Ac- tivities included Nominating Conventions 2, 3, Library Club 2. MARILYN MAXINE NEWMAN Riding, drawing, and reading are the pastimes of Marilyn. She lists her favorite subjects as Chemistry, Algebra II, and U. S. History. GARY LEE O'GORMAN Gary will further his education at SDSC in hopes of becoming an automotive engineer. He participated in Football, Wrestling, and Track at ECVHS. MERIDA MARIA NORCISA QTacoj Following graduation Taco will enroll in Grossmont Col- lege. There she will study IBM-Data processing. She lists bookkeeping as her favorite subject. i TIMOTHY CARSON PAGE Crimp Following graduation Tim will attend Grossmomt College and major in Industrial Arts. He has participated in the Cali- fornia Cadet Corps. 49 LAURA NAN NORLIN She has participated in Mar- ching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,45 YFC 1, 25 Or- chestra 3,4. RAN DALLYN LESLIE O'BRIE.N qRandiy Randi's activities include Marching Band Color Guard 2, 3,45 Class Council 1, 2, 3, Ro- man Braves 15 GRA 1, AFS 1, Senate 2, 43 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Government 43 CSF 2, 3, Girls' League 15 Sr. Class Treasurer, Prom Committee 4, Arch- Bearer 3- Mardi Gras Chairman 7 PAMELA RUTH PARSONS QPamJ Pam's activities include Megebeceps 2, 3, 4, GRA 2, 3,45 CSF, AFS 2, 3,43 Tab and Campus 1, 2, 3,43 Girls' League 1,2,3,4g Sr. Publicity Committee, Archbearer 3, Nominating Convention 1, 2, 3s Roman Braves 1, 2. GEORGE EDWART PARTAIN "Ding-a-ling" Auto shop was the fa'vorite subject of this June graduate. George will attend SDSC after going to a junior college. He plans to major in auto me- chanics. CLORINDA JEAN PETERS "Pocahontas" Clorinda's activities have in- cluded Bravettes 3,4, Captai 43 Long Beach Banner 45 Megebeceps 2, AFS 23 Nom- inating Conventions 1, 2, 3, Archbearer, Girls' League 15 Class Council 1, 2, 3, 43 and Senior Cards and Announce- ments Committee. MARIA ALICIA PETROPOLIS While at ECVI-IS, Maria's ac- tivities included Freshman Class Councilg Girls' League 1, 2, 35 and Senior Publicity Committee. Since her favorite subject was World History, Maria would like to major in history at SDSC. I1 CONNIE LYNNE PEASLEY Girls' League 1, 25 Bravettes 35 Sophomore Class Treasurer, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3,43 ASB 45 and YTeens 4 were some of Connie's activities. DAVE VINCENT PETROSINO "Petro" The activities Dave partici- pated in while at ECVHS in- cluded JV Football 35 and Drama Club 3,4, President 4. He is planning to attend Grossmont College, to major in drama. DEBORAH FAYE PERKINS "Debbie" Debbie s special talents are cooking and drawing, which probably explains why her hobby and favorite subjects are drawing and art. Her am- bition is to become a success- ful architect. BYRON FORBES PHELPS III "Barney" This June graduate lists his favorite subject as photogra- phy. Barney will major in criminology at Grossmont Col- lege. JEAN MARGARET PETAJA "Jeannie" Jeannie was active in Girls' League 1, 2, 3,45 Tab and Campus 35 and Senior Publici ty Committee. While at ECVI-IS, Jeannie's favorite subject was Art III. ROCKLIND BARRY PETERSON HRoCkyH While at ECVI-IS, Rocky par- ticipated in Band 1, 25 and Track 2, 3. I-Iis special talents include pole vaulting, and playing the trumpet and gui- tar. 1 F RANKLINE LEE PHILLIPS llRedlI Red lists his activities as Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Var- sity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 and Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 in which he played the saxophone. JACK WARNER PHILLIPS Jack's activities have included Freshman Class Rep. 5 Tennis 1, 2, 43 Soph. Class President, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Rep., Senate 35 CSF 2, 3, Nominating Conventions 1, 2,35 Boys' Federation, ASB 4, Sr. Prom Comm. WAYNE L. POPE Wayne's activities have been Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Con.. cert Band 2, 3, 4, Varsity Band 3,43 Stage Band 3,43 Basket- ball 1. While attending ECVHS, his favorite subjects included radio and electronics. LINDA Cl-IARMAY POWELL Linda participated in Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club lg Nominating Conventions 2, 3, JACKIE LYNN PIERSON Jackie's activities included Bravettes 3,45 Sophomore Class Rep. , Commissioner of School Service, Homecoming Princess 45 Harvest Ball Princess 4, and Long Beach Banner 3,4. PAUL MICHAEL PRUETT Paul has attended ECVI-IS all four years and will further his education at Grossmont 4, Tab and Campus ls Class College. He was very talented Council Rep. , 2. in Baseball and in Art. 51 JACK WILLIAM PINNEY Jack's activities here have in- cluded Concert Band 3, 4, Varsity Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3,45 Stage Band 3,43 ' and Tennis 3, 4. He would like to major in music at SDSC and later become a professional drummer. JIM ROBERT POOL After a June graduation, Jim plans to attend vocational school. While at ECVHS, auto shop has been his favorite subject. LORRAINE THERESA POSEY fLorrieJ Nominating Convention 13 Girls' League 1, Senior Dance and Assembly Committee, were among Lorrie's activities. Lorraine hopes to become an interior decorator after major- ing in that field at SDSC. STEPHEN STEWART PURDUE QSteveJ Steve's activities include Football 15 Wrestling 1, 2, Varsity Wrestling 3,4. He plans to attend Grossmont Col- lege where he will major in psychology. DELIA MARY REAL KDS! Big brown eyes and brown hair characterize this June graduate. De was a member of the Sr. Ways 8 Means Committee, GRA 33 Girls' League 2, 3. WILLIAM ALTON REEVES QBillJ . Bill's extra-curricular activi- ties have been NFL 3, 45 Dia- lectos 3,45 Football 1, man- ager 2, 45 Wrestling 15 Roman Braves 2, 35 YFC 1, 2, 3, 4. DENNIS LEE REYNOLDS A former Helix High student and a future Grossmont Col- lege student, Dennis en'o s J Y all sports. He participated in Cross Country and Track while at ECVI-IS. PENELOPE LYNN REMINGTON FRANK WESTON REMICK QPennyj Frank was active in Marching Penny was active in Health Band 1, 2, 3,45 Concert Band Careers 4. To attend UCLA or 1, 2, 3,45 Varsity Band 2, 3. Michigan State for nurses After serving in the Coast training is her immediate goal. Guard he will work at the telephone company. RAYMOND JAMES RIBICIC RONALD JOSEPH RICCO lPxyl QRonniej Math has P1'0Ved to be RaY'S Ron hopes to become an insu- favorite subject. I-Ie was ac- lator. He was an active mem- tive in Football 1, 2, 35 Basket- ber of Football 15 Track 15 ball 1, 25 Tennis 2, 3. Baseball 3, CAROL SUE RICE Carol is noted for her different colored hair. After graduation she will attend beauty school and become a hair stylist. SYLVIA MARIE REY ES QSilliej Sylvia has participated in Nominating Conventions 2, 3, Girls League 2,3,45 GRA 35 Sr. Ways and Means Comm. I-Ier present goal is to attend El Cajon Beauty College. SUSAN MARIE REYNOLDS Since transferring from Las Palmas High in L. A. , Susie has been active in Girls' League and Sr. Dance and Assembly Comm. Sue some- day hopes to work at Universal Studios. KATHLEEN MARY RICE QKathij Kathy will study to be a legal secretary. She has been busy in Girls' League 15 Library Club 1, 2, 3,45 Bravettes 3,45 Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm. DOUG RAY RICH Doug attended Granite Hills before coming to ECVHS. I-Ie is very interested in cars and he hopes to build a dragster that can top 200 mph. DAVID BRUCE ROBESON QDavej Dave enjoys working on cars, so this probably explains Why auto shop is his favorite sub- ject. Dave played Football during his freshman year. JAMES LESLIE RICKETTS Climb Jim transferred from Taunton High in Taunton, Mass. , and has since been. active in Bas- ketball 1, 23 Sr. Privilege Comm. chairnian. After graduating in june he will at- tend SDSC and study Civil Engineering. 0 OOO DALE EUGENE RIDENS This june graduate's special talents center around mechanical skills. He will be among the many enrolling at Grossmont College next September. o' oo 000 ANDRA LEE Ros Mndvl This active senior has partici- pated in Class Council 1, 2, 35 Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3,43 Bravettes!3,4g LEGEND Staff 3, Photo Editor 45 and the Sr. Dance S Assembly Comm. ROBERT BRUCE ROHRER CBOHJYD Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Brass Choir 2, 3,45 have been Bobby's extra-curri cular activities. CLINTON ARTHUR RISNER fClintj Clint's special talent is run- ning, this explains why he was out for Track for three years, and Cross Country 2, also FFA and Football 1. Clint's fa- vorite subjects were Agricul- ture and Civics. I DIANE LYNN ROSMANN Diane's activities have been Soph. Class Vice Pres., ASB, Commissioner of Cultural Af- fairs 33 Band Vice Pres. 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3,45 Sr. Gift Comm. chairman. RUSSELL DEANE ROSS This four year student has par- ticipated in Football 25 Wres- tling 2. Russell's hobby is hunting, and he enjoys motor- cycle riding. RICHARD LYNN RUCKER QRuck, Teddy Bearj A four-year scholar, Richard has participated in Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 President 45 Stu- dent Coach5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, ASB Ass't. 4. ANDY THOMAS RYAN After graduation Andy would like to attend Grossmont College. He has participated in Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 3,4. MARILYN JEAN ROTAR Marilyn would like to attend a junior college and then SDSC. She has participated in Drama Club 25 Chairman Girls' League Campus Relations Comm.5 Sr. Prom Comm. JOHNNY KERRY ROTH fKerryJ Kerry sets his sights on at- tending SDSC and majoring in music. Kerry has participated in Tennis 1, 25 Marching Band 25 Sr. Privilege Comm.5 and Nominating Conventions. DOROTHY JANE RYAN 412-new Janey's activities have been Girls' League Social Comm. 1, 2, 35 G. L. Good Grooming Comm. 3, 45 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 35 Concert Choir 45 Sr. Social Comm. JOHN WILLIAM SALLEE fColJ John will attend Grossmont College after graduation in June, and hopes to get a good job at the same time. John is very talented in art. LEE BRUCE ROTHCHILD QFuzzy Pineapplej To embark upon a forestry service career is the ambition of this June graduate. Lee has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 45 and Wrestling 1, 2. LINDA LEE RUIZ QLynnJ Linda would like to become a hair stylist. While at ECVHS these four years, she has par- ticipated in Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Class Council 1, 3,45 Sr. Ways and Means Comm. JEANNE ANNE SAMPLES Ueanniej Jeannie would like to attend Grossmont College. Jeannie has participated in Bravettes 3,45 Sr. Class Council, Girls' League Social Committee 1, 25 Good Grooming Committee 54 4. CAROL JEAN SANBORN A successful marriage is what this june graduate hopes for. Carol's activities have been Y-Teens 3,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. 5 Homecoming Princess. DEBORAH ANN SCHENK QDebbiej Debbie will attend SDSC and major in mathematics after she graduates in june. Debbie has been active in Bravettes 3, 45 Archbearer 35 Nominating Convention 35 Y-Teens 4. WILLIAM S. SCOTT Archie To attend ciollege is this june graduate's ambition, and he plans to major in some aspect of English. I-le has been active in Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Varsity Tennis 3, 45 Varsity Club 45 Cross Country 1. MARY CONSTANCE SANTOS CCOHHVD Conny, who lists her special talent as being creative, will attend beauty college to be- come a cosmetologist. RUDY DANIEL SANUDO Rudy intends to get a degree in drafting at Grossmont Col- lege. Rudy's favorite subject was Auto Shop. He enjoyed golfing in his spare time. MARIAN PAULINE SAROT Marian has been active in Bravettes 3,45 Hand Lieut. 4 junior Class Treasurer5 Girls League 1, 2,45 Nominating I Conventions 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Treasurer 35 Pres. 45 Sr. Ways S Means Comm. PAUL RICHARD SCHLEGEL fLittle Schlegelj Paul has taken part in Track and Cross Country while at ECVHS. He will attend col- lege at Davis to study to be- come a veterinarian. CODY GLENN SEARS JANICE DIANE SERRAO RONALD EUGENE SHAFFER Cody's favorite pastime is Uanj fLancej making money Qand whose Roman Braves 15 Girls' League Ron would like to play pro- isn't?j. His future is as yetun- 1, 2, 35 Bravettes 3,45 Nomi- fessional basketball after at- decided, but he will attend nating Conventions 1, 2, 35 are tending Grossmont College. SDSC. His activities have Ianice's extra-curricular ac- Transferring from Sandpoint been Basketball 1, 2, 35 Cross tivities. High School in Idaho, Ron has Country 4. 55 been active in Varsity Club 2 3,4, and Basketball. JANIS LYNN SHELTON The ambition of this june graduate is to become an Air Line Stewardess. First of all she would like to attend Grossmont College and major in business. BEVERLY LIN N SIEWERT After graduation Beverly hopes' to attend beauty college. Beverly lists her activities as Girls' League 1,25 Bravettes 45 YFC 1,25 Y-Teens 2-45 Vice- pres. 3, Pres. 45 and Ways and Means Committee 4. RONALD LEE SLATEN This June graduate would like to attend Grossmont College and later SDSC. Ron's ambi- tion is to act. His activities were Drama Council and Sr. Privilege Comm. LYNN SHERIDAN MICHAEL ROBERT SHINKAN MARY CATHERINE This june grad would like to After graduation in june, SIEGMUND major in Veterinary Medicine, Mike would like to major in CSiggy7 and eventually become a zoo Law at SDS. His favorite class This blue-eyed Senior has P2-I' vet. c.A.A. 1-25 Arch wasdrma- Bearer 35 Roman Braves 3-45 and Publicity were Lynn's high school activities. BRIAN DAVID SMITH This June grad would like to follow his hobby of electronics and broadcasting and enter the game field. His favorite sub- ject was that of being a tech- nician for the Little Theater in Drama Class. ticipated in Annual Staff: photo editor 3, co-editor 45 Senate 45 Bravettes 3,45 Archbearer 35 CSF 35 AFS 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Nominating Conventions 2- 45 and Girl's League 354. ROBERT CRANVILLE SINGLETON QRockerj Upon graduation in june, Bob will either enter SDSC or the Air Force. While at El Cajon his activities were Band 1-35 Basketball 1-45 Track 1-25 Drama Club 45 Band Staff 35 Varsity Band 3,45 Boys' Feder- ation 45 and Auto Shop Exhi- bition at Del Mar 3, 4. GARRY DAVID SMITH JEAN MARIE SMITH Garry would like to attend After graduation this senior college at Berkeley and ma- would like to follow her am- jor in sociology. Activities bition of nursing and attend were Football 1-45 Basketball Mercy School of Nursing, San 15 and Wrestling 2, 3. Diego. Activities include GRA 2-45 Health Careers Club 35 Archbearer 35 and Sr. Social Comm. LESLIE SMITH Leslie's hobbies are reading and music. During his four years at El Cajon, he has par- ticipated in Concert and Mar- ching Band. PAULA LOUISE SOLOMON QAngelj Having special talents in acting, singing and dancing, Angel's secret ambition is to be an actress on Broadway. She has participated in Drama 3,43 and Choir 1 -4. BILL H. SPRATLEY Bill would like to follow his ambition and become a con- struction contractor. Activities were Football 1-3 and Basket- ball 1. ROBERT BRUCE SMITH QBobj This june graduate lists going to the beach as his favorite pastime and begging as his hobby. Bob's activities were football, wrestling and drama. LINDA JANE STEEL A future nurse, Linda plans to 'l is stiff ,f L.vw,r 1 . sgagaggigigsgff - r tu 11512 S .sl Fkgxmgwsfxgfi if .nesaeassrsiifszsas .s1ig ,,,sisr,1szisi .M ..:f- ff . K ' -' .T sgi3,5,E,,gg2lsg2.gf55 f, ,.u,::..,- . , 'Jn ,.y2viw:,:i?f.z.w .,,.sixis"S'1s5fff?E - .+E:" :.if.f5'Q5" :- Y J: " 3' sszgegisfig, . .ff 9 V112 ft'-.QQLNE 1 1,2f1.1sv,11z.-vw wiwiiff-1 .,,. .,fm5qgi14:1 d I 14'f3i5q'111gi 43. ' sf W' - - . , js? ,, fi S ' E lf r :iw sg ., A ,fx , fi' Y tl ,553 if ,M SHARON LYNN SMITH Qsherij After graduation Sheri would like to attend Grossmont Col- lege. Activities include Drama Club, Tennis Club, Girls' League, Good Grooming Committee, Senate Secretary, Summer Stock and ASB Sec. 4. BETTY JANE STEFFLER KB- J - D achieve her goal at SDSC. She This june graduate lists her has participated in Roman Braves 2, 35 Science Club 35 Nominating Convention 33 Girls' League Social Comm. 45 Class Representative 3. special talent as hair -styling. Betty's activities were Health Careers Club and Girls' League Social Committee. ROBETTE MARIE SNEIGOSKI This january graduate lists her favorite pastime as swimming and horseback riding. Her favorite subject was English. Activities included Special- ties. ROBERT JAMES SPARKS QMeatheadj Robert will attend Grossmont College for two years then en- roll at SDSC. At El Cajon he has participated in Football and Wrestling. DARRELL WAYNE STEWART Playing pool is this june grad- uate's favorite pastime and cars are his hobby. When he attends Grossmont after grad- uation he will major in mer- chandising. ROBERT LEE STITI-I QBobj Cross Country 1,45 Concert and Marching Band 2, 35 Track 3,43 Roman Braves 1, 25 and Wrestling 1, have been included in Bob's school ac- tivities. TIM ALLAN NSTRAUBINGER QTimJ Tim, bent on becoming an artist, has divided his time between photography and other forms of art. He has been a Library Assistant for three years, and in Band for two years. RAYMOND WILCOX STUBBS IR. CRHVJ Auto shop has been Ray's fa- vorite subject in high school. He will attend SDSC so he can carry out his ambition to be a diesel mechanic. DAVID EDWARD STOEHR QDaveJ Electronics have played a huge part in this senior's life and will continue to do so when he graduates in June to attend Electronics Technical Institution. JONI ANN SUTTON This music student plans to at- tend SDSC after graduation in june. Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, have been among her activities at El Cajon High. 58 RICHARD H. STOI-IR Nominating Conventions 1, 33 JCL 2, 3, Roman Braves 2, 3, and Senior Class Council were among Richard's activities. He will attend Grossmont Col- lege. LILLA ADA SWEAT Lilla would like to attend SDSC and major in either medicine or psychology. She has been active in Concert and Marching Bands, Band Staff, journalism, and as edi- -tor of THOUGHT. SANDRA JUNE STOUT fSandiJ Sandi has participated in Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 35 Brass Choir 2, 3, Drum Majoretteg Snowball Princess 3, Tab and Campus 3. EDDIE CHARLES STURGEON iEd7 This active senior has partici- pated as Freshman Class Presi- dent, Cheerleader 2, 3,45 Com- missioner of School Service, Senate 1, 2, 3, 45 ASB Assistant, Football 15 Wrestling, Tennis, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3,43 and Boys' State. ANTONIETA ELIZABETH TELLAN DER Q Toni ej After graduation Tonie plans to attend Texas University in Austin to major in languages. Her activities have included Drama Club and Senior Privi- lege Comm. GLENN STEVEN THOMAS QFord'sj Cars have played a huge part in this june graduate's life. Frosh Football and Auto Shop have been among Glenn's ac- tivities. DOUGLAS ARLO TOBIN Doug's ambition is to play professional basketball. Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Baseball 2,45 and Varsity Club 2, 3,4, were among his activities. SANDRA JEAN TODD QSandyj Sandy also has a special talent for making up strutting rou- tines for contest work. She plans to attend an airline training school back East when she graduates in June. LUCKY TOMMY THOMPSON Claiming to be the number one supporter of all school activities Tommy has partici- pated in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Roman BraVes5 and the Frosh-Soph. Speech Tournament. STEVEN ANDREW TOMLINSON QSteveQ By attending SDSC to major in auto engineering, Steve hopes to become filthy rich. He has participated in Military Sci- ence and has been a Library Assistant. 1 TERRI ANN THOMPSON With her fine mind Terri may major in accounting at SDSC. Among Terri's activities have been Representative -at- Largeg Girls' League 25 Ban- ner 35 Archbearer 35 and Bravettes 4. CAROLYN LEE THOROGOOD fCarolj Among Carol's ECVHS activi- ties have been Nominating Conventions 2, 3, 45 LEGEND 3, 4, Business Manager 45 Tennis Club 25 Girls' League 25 and Senior Gift Comm. SUSAN MICHELLE TOCKSTEIN QSuej Present in both Marching and Concert Bands, she also par- ticipated in Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 3, 4, and as a very able Commissioner of Sales. CORA DELORES TONG fDeDeJ This green -eyed graduate hopes to become a profession- al model. Talking, going out with Glenn, horseback riding, and swimming are DeDe's fa- vorite activities. MICHAEL BROWNING TOZER QMikej Senior Class President, ASB, and Nominating Conventions were Mike's activities, and after he graduates, he plans to attend SDSC. MARY LOU TRUAX Mary Lou's activities included Homecoming Princess 45 Har- vest Ball Princess 45 Girls' League 15 Roman Braves 1, 25 Nominating Convention 1, 2, 35 Archbearer 35 and Special- ties 3, 4. RUSSELL PARLANTE VAUGI-IAN QRussJ Russ will attend SDSC and major in Political Science. California Cadet Corps 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Privilege Comm tee were his activities. it- LUZ MARIA VALENCIA fLuchyj This active Senior partici- pated in Frosh-Soph Speech Tournament 25 NFL 2, 3,45 Girls' League 3,45 SMOKE SIGNAL 25 Archbearer 35 Senior Class Council, Inter- national Club 35 Vice Presi- dent 4. BARBARA ANN VICK DONNA KAY WAKEFIELD fBarbieJ Donna attended Monte Vista This future SDSC student will I-ligh before ECVHS. Donna major in Home Economics. favored typing as a subject and Class Council 1, 2, 35 Fresh- secretly desires to become a Soph Speech Tournament 15 nurse's aide. Girls' League 2, 3, Vice Pres- ident 45 Songleader 45 and Y- Teens 45 were her activities at ,El Cajon High. CAROLYN JANE VANNICE Girls' League 1,45 Nominating Convention 1, 35 Specialties 3, 45 and Tab and Campus 2 were her activities. MARGARET IRENE WALERIUS Margaret hopes to find a job in an office after she gradu- ates. She has been active in Girls' League 15 and Special- ties 4. 60 MYRON FRANCIS VAN OSDOLL QBudJ After he graduates, Bud will attend Grossmont College and SDSC. I-le was active in Mar- ching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Varsity Band 3, 4. CATHERINE S. VERNON fCathyj U. C. at Santa Barbara is where Cathy will continue her education after graduating in june. Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,45 Band Staff 2, 3,45 Roman Braves 1, 25 Y- Teens 45 and Senior Cards and Announcements were her extra curricular activities. DOTTIE JEAN WALKER QGidgetj Hoping to attend Arillington, Long Beach, Dottie plans to major in Religious or Bible Theology. Dottie has been active in Choir 3, 45 Girls' League, Drama Club 3,45 and YFC 3. JOHN L. WARD BECKY ANN WARREN KATHLEEN CAROLE WALKER QKathyj Kathy was active in Bravettes 3,43 SMOKE SIGNAL 3,45 Girls' League 25 Class Coun- cil 2g Nominating Conventions 2, 3, 4, and Tab and Campus 2. WILLIAM M. WALKER QBillj Bill will attend SDSC. A four year El Cajon student, Bill participated in Nominating Conventions 1, 25 Basketball 1, and was a Senior Keyman. STEPHEN ROBERT WALTER QStevej Steve enjoyed cars, football, and girls at ECVHS. Future plans include attending Fresno State College. CARROLL KENNETH WAMPLER fKenJ History and math topped Ken's favorite subject list. Ken participated in Cross Country and Freshman Basket ball in his Freshman year. LINDA LEE WARREN JOY LYNN WELLER GREG JIM WEST Long eyelashes characterize this june graduate, and making money is his favorite pastime. john plans to attend Grossmont College. He attended El Cajon High all four years, and enjoyed his speech and law classes. TOM GORDON WEBSTER Becky's activities included Bravettes 3, 4g Frosh-Soph Speech Tournament 2, Arch Bearer 35 Roman Braves 1, 25 Long Beach Banner Carrier 43 and CSF. i E i Linda, plans to attend either El Cajon Beauty College or SDSC. She was active in the Sr. Ways and Means Comm. Tom is planning to enter col- lege and major in psychology His ambition is to "rule the World. " After graduation, joy will at- tend SDSC. She was active in Nominating Convention 13 Girls' League 45 Y-Teens 4, and Senior Class Council. 61 QToothlessJ Greg is a racing enthusiast and has a fitting hobby-- working on internal combus- tion engines. He plans to at tend a trade school for me- chanics in Detroit. DONALD J. WEXLER QDonj Don plans to continue his edu cation at SDSC majoring in Electrical Engineering. His activities were Football 3, 45 Radio Club. RON VICTOR WHITE DOUGLAS FSOED,WILLIAMS JOHNNIE WILLIAMS Car are the hobb of this Q ug ' O , raciiig enthusiast.yAfter a PHI'1IiCiP9-ting in UIOST 0f.0l11Q loh-Unlge 1335 3 51390131 talent June graduation Ron plans to team sports, Doug's activities for painting and fplans tca at- attend Gross,-mont College included Football 1, 2, 3, 45 tend a college at er gra ua- Where he will major in autg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball tion. Her activities were mechanics, 1, 25 Track 45 Letterman's Bravettes 3, 4. Club 2,3 4- LEGEND Sports Editor 4. , y LORRAINE RENEE WILLIAMS Transferring here from Wilbur Wright High School in Dayton Ohio, Lorraine was a june graduate. Lorraine was a member of the Senior Privi- lege Comm. MICHAEL ALLEN WILLIAMS fMikej Mike's activities included Marching Band 15 Radio Club 1, 2, 33 Football 23 Drama Club 2, 35 Senior Ways and Means Comm. MIKEL WARREN WILLIAMS qmikey Mike wants to go into rofes- P sional auto racing some day. A june graduate, he plans to attend Southern Cal. School of Radio and obtain a First Class FCC License. SHARON ANN WILLIAMS Becoming a court reporter is Sharon's ambition. The Uni- versity of S. D. is the destina tion of Sharon where she will major in Psychology. JAMES GEORGE WILMOT Uiml After attending Grossmont College Jim would like to become a pilot. His major activity was Military Science 1, 2, 3, 4. RAY LEE WILSON Ray liked Auto Shop and spends a lot of time working on cars. Playing pool is his special talent and after his graduation, Ray plans to at- tend Grossmont College. PAMELA JEAN WOODALL QPamj Pam will go to SDSC or Cal- Western and major in teaching. She participated in Roman Braves 1, 2, Health Ca- reers Club 1, 2, 33 YFC 1, 2. TED MARSHALL WINTERS QEsquirej After graduating, Ted plans to attend Oregon State Univer- sity. He has been a member of Military Science 1, 2, 3, 4. JACK WILLIAM WISLER Being an agriculture student, jack would like to attend Cal- Poly and major in ornamental horticulture. Jack has partici- pated in Agriculture 1, 2, 3, Football 3. STEVE DOUG WOODALL QWoodyj Sports -minded Steve likes golf, hunting and fishing. He was active in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN GENE WOOLVERTON fCarolj Clerical Office Practice was Carol's favorite subject and she will major in this field. Her activities have been Girls' League 1, 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 63 4. THOMAS WILLIAM WOMACK II QTomj Tom will further his education at Grossmont College, major- ing in art. His many activities have been Marching Band 1, 2, 3,43 Track 2, 3,43 Tab S Campus 45 Nominating Con- vention 1, 2, 3. TERRY BRUCE WOZNIAK Terry would like to attend Grossmont College and major in psychology. His ambition is to help other people. THOMAS WOZNIAK QTomJ Tom, along with Terry, en- joys the distinction of being the only identical twin in El Cajon's Senior class. Auto Shop was his favorite class. GEORGE CHEW YOUNG qc. 14.9 George will attend Grossmont College to study architecture after he graduates in June. He has participated in Wrestling 2, 35 Cross Country 3, Track 2, 33 Sr. Privilege Comm. 4, Usher 35 Nominating Conven- tion 3. ERNEST FRANKLIN WRIGHT CSS-Hdvl Ernest hopes to play profes- sional baseball. His activities include Football 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3 GARY DE WRIGHT QCucaJ To become a great artist is the main ambition of this four -year student. Gary was active in Nominating Conven- tion 3, Sr. Dance G Assembly Comm. ALSO GRADUATING LAUREL BERGLAND ANTHONY C. CHIARAMONTE JAMES EDWARD DENT KATHLEEN MARGARET FAIR CAROL ANN HERRING JAMES LOUIS HURLBUT ALLAN BERNARD YOUNGWIRTH Allan will attend Grossmont College next year. Civics and P. E. top this future million- aire's list of favorite subjects. FRANK CHARLES LAWRENCE BRANT E. Mc AVOY BARRY MIKKELSON JOHN FRED MOE WILLIAM C. SMILEY SANDRA WYATT fSandieJ Arts and Crafts head the list of Sandie's favorite subj ects. After graduating in June, she will train to be an airline stewardess. LORRAINE CATHERINE WILSON HELEN LOUISE ZELLER QLouieJ Helen likes to sew in her spare time, and she would like to be happily married. Graduating in June, Helen has attended ECVHS all four years. LEONARD ROY ZUCKER Leonard's activities have in- cluded Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Frosh Footballg Varsity Footb all, Auto Shop 1, 25 Boys' Federa- tion 4, Varsity Club 4. True Rza res' Aim For 5 X N Scholastic Success I k A 1 4 i s -WMM ik., , Qrgggm . I., 1. 4 ,. 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D . Quatrochl S, Van Note 65 District Administration MR. JOI-INT. WARBURTON Superintendent MR. LEWIS F. SMITH In this tenth year of E.C .V.H.S., We the student body, would like to salute Mr. Lewis F. Smith who has been District Superintendent of Grossmont Union High School District since its formation . This man has watched our district grow from one school to seven schools. His efforts made possible the construction of E .C .V.H.S. Retiring last year, Mr. Smith left this top administrative office in the capable hands of Mr. john T. Warburton, who had been the Assistant Superintendent for the past MR. HARoLD HUGHES Several years' Associate Superintendent l t BOARD OF TRUSTEES FRONT ROW: Portia Goode, Rexford Hall, President, Palmer Svalstad. BACK ROW: George Birch, Robert Dryden at .Maw , wary X 1 5 ,.v,: Q Q wzwia wwf, ,1.mzQ-.f law? G, fir, IEE? 'sfkzigiffzis wi5,1Q,y f .--A Y... ..7' 9-0 WA ? js. eg 55 . 93552592 ,sir areas? r a flaw tfgiisisigffiliiismss ss22QE3g.rsss2s,s2fwQ?Esi Eegss,e,55sgSg.Hs232g'ZQrfs2 sims ssisiiwwsirg wrLfsg,5E.rs..ssv1fs5g?i7Eieiisit 'Sw gas sfgsswllmggws Yfxnyf rilsfixfaiws 7 K Bfiixasfissiixiffsrisilifi smllsefsrsasgsf qawsxsr si s,52,,f?zw.5555i,5, fagggagexvfgy H rr vw' z, sy.. Q Q ,fvk is School correspondence, absentees and transcripts were handled efficiently by our office staff. BACK ROW: Mrs. Barrows, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Peebles. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Camic, Mrs. Coward, Mrs. Rasmussen, and Mrs. Ba lla ntyne. performing his tasks around campus. '68 ii .51 4 sd, L51 Pi M 4. f 1 .Q Q S W T is 593555 Wg! r 71555, 'lglmfjggfti .mf Q :-- :' .::-fi-: .a'f:a ::-f 22i: n2..': .,, vig .?ik E?SgQ kiK WgggE5 QREQQVEEEEEHQ " Ql rllx 4 R ' " An a ..- ': ..13..' . - 1 ff.Q2j,,ws sis 'H 1 . .5 . f .18 Ly. ms.. - E fi ...fm ,gg-53.55515 M5 R5 T - is Q .. 5,5 a n . 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FRONT ROW, Mr. Cardinal, Mr. Neutzling, Mr. Hines, Mr. Waller, Mr. Pugh, and Mr. Cater. Hundreds of hungry students lined up at the cafeteria Windows each day this year for hot plates, box lunches and snacks. Those who serve these lunches are: L TO R5 Mrs. Triplett, Mrs. Moffitt, Mrs. Turvey, Mrs. McCain, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Lepper, and Mrs. Henry 69 im EDGAR HENRY Dean of Stu de nts A NONA MAYFIELD Senior Counselor DIANE RIDGWAY Freshman Counselor A LBE RT Va nZANTEN Sophomore Counselor MAY MATTINGLY junior Counselor Q5 4 E flssllax, ay fmw use xl l,.,l,.l WW- M nz, -W .M 353551 HX, .W ., is 'min Egxxzngmt 933 ,mm fl, ,W .Q 5, ,. if i ii vii was H my Bfillklli r-nwenxmsrsmwx mr zum 352975312 STANLEY BAKER - German RALPH ADAMS - English ni 5 if gggxwhis gh Q! LESLIE BARTLETT - Wood, Auto Shop GEORGE BASCOM - English English Dept. Head JAMES BOSLEY - Math BONNIE BEEKMAN - cms' P.E. 71 Girls' P.E. Dept. 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Head ALAN FULCI-IER - French IUANITA HALLIBURTON - English 'ff2?fs2V1fi2sWf35 ffzwzsmzrs S 2 2 5 2 f s f 5 1 3 X 3 v K s JAY I-IEATON Civics - World History Social Science Dept. I-lead NORMA I-HRSCH Homemaking I-Iomemaking Dept. Head JAMESHHTON Algebra, Trigonometry ERWIN HOLK Mechanical Drawing WGWZS A 1 556923 HERBERT GROSS Student Govt . K i'1:' i 5 f ROBERTTA HOMESLEY Girls' P. E. WALLACE IDLE Me tal Shop CHARLES KINGERY Health JOAN JOHNSTON Girls' P E ANNABELLE JUMP RAYMQND KN155 Bookkeeping Clvlcs Business Dept. I-lea d F', 4 1, I JAMES KRATTLI - Physics DAVID LEEWA YE - Spanish WALKER LINDSEY - Eng. Geog. ALBERT LAMAR - English ART I.eTOURNEAU - Typing :f5H'2: ': S : , XM'"..iE"i-f'Wis52K'!6i3QWE39r WYE, 151 E-:W 1sV?'L A B- mQ,Q1iz'f3v' , ' ,nw -- V Ww,..qQg.u.'f. Twig? f : , si .. ywqesag-5?Vsgw.wf-.N is -' ' Ee::::ai2.f:. :5,gg4, 7 1, 'if fy,12f:-f'-- ,.2, "iii, MLW Lfgiigm f sziifwgfm fe., ' T , A, 57ff:54": -: A1S?Lwgf3WQ'v1SxP153 367 . , '7kfl5'f1L "W ms. , Q f - . . . 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Head IE JOHN MALOVIC - spanish HAROLD LUTZ Typing, Choir CORNELIA MAYRHOFER I-Iomemaking EDWARD MATHEWS - Eng. Geog. DONALD QUA TROCHI Radio Shop SHARON PETERSEN RONALD OUAST - Boys' P.E Eng. Geog. PA TRICIA PRITCHA RD U. S. History KEITH RICHARD - Drama VIVIAN RUSSO Girl's P. E. N 'rf 4' STUART SMITHWICK - Eng. Geog. LYNN SCHWARTZ - Crafts ANDREW SMITH - Auto Shop E W ROLLAND' STONE - Eng. Geog. JOHN STARK - Math WILLIAM STRESHLY - English s Ugg LEE TOMP KIN S Ma th JOHN TRYSLA - English THOMAS WELBAUM - Civics DAVID WILLIAMS Chemistry Science Dept. Head BILL WILLIAMS - Wood Shop EDWARD YOUNG - Eng. -Geog. SAMUEL VAN NOTE - Drivers' Education GOLDIE POVENMIRE - Nurse I 'Q I-1 BRAZIL Artur Ramos 1963-1964 This year brought us another friend from Latin America. l-lailing from St. Anthony's High School in Brazil, Artur Ramos furthered his educa tion at ECVHS while his charm and warm smile gained not only the traditional Brave friendship, but also the respect and admiration of all his fellow classmates. AUSTRIA ECUADOR Ulrike Prusa 1961 -1962 Cecilia Luzuriaga 1962-1963 The A. F. S. program was started Short in stature, but long on friendliness, with a smile as Ulrike Prusa came to Cecilia Luzuriaga came to El Cajon from El Cajon from Vienna. Uli's warm and Quito. A participant in extra- friendly countenance helped to curricular activities, Ceci helped stretch the hand of friendship across to create understanding and friendship the Atlantic Ocean to our campus. towards her native land. Some months ago, if here I am! And where?'In the I must admit that being warm and friendly. V I was verygfortunate to chance of seeing what school Which proved to be very During this year I have really have spent here. Now that this leave behind .friends that are my memory as the most marvelous Hfgdfzz ...J-'dxgv Q21 ,Quai .XA7-N2-5 54,1 ..s..g3,g,Ag FROM EGYPT: Hello to y b thers in America. aaa. 2.3 , Z W if fi gi, ., Q , so if 5 W svn! aww 4 Budding Gcniu p The bright promise E of tomorrow can be seen rooted in experiences of the paSt. Actions seen and performed every day shape the kind of character ess- ential for a life of ful- fillment and happiness . Behold the scenes of budding genius and success . f:- - Pai-12..f -sy fisfffmfffaifesfwfwf-1'-,wt-1f, f--f t:1w-vhs, rw - X A M- W rw.. 'Q wklxw-,ffwf-aim?iiiwi--,sv ii, we'f'z,gff-wi:af-zwvgfi,az,1w:2+Qf f l ' H WW 7 .t zwv '5 r 51 Qgm::fgf2 it WN? gy 5 f. , vnlfwc AWSWN, ,gf , .. eww? 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V4 ia i 1 J' w Q x P as is F A5 Ei 41955 X 1 K Y Q , . VICE PRES IDENT Ken Snow l at ' .Ailg :'tf ' ':"' 3 SECRETARY Eileen Penman TREAS URER Betsi e Hill CULTURAL AFFAIRS Barbara Forsberg Scholastic and financial success have brought the class of '66 to the doors of be- coming Seniors. As juniors, the back- ground they received in U.S. History, as Well as other academic areas, has helped prepare them to assume student leadership. The selling of post cards, Christmas tree and the sponsoring, of dances and a turkey raffle have high- lighted their ef- fort to gain money for support of next year's activities. A little Wiser than they were three years ago, this class has done a good job in preparation for a rewarding Senior :- ia, year . ' 'S ' , r iffff' S 55 1555. Y. Y f ' , ii- E51 li -' ' ':: 5:i,i9T,- .', :li'E5" V -z gfzapg , 1.1: ikffzviii ::i-wa -:g?a,?,ye5ij:::,g-gv,: -- K 1 f i,feg. f .-i s I Steve Klng OF p ADVISORS Mr. Hilton and Mr. Smithwick 66 PUBLICITY COUNSELOR JOYCE Woods Mrs. May Mattingly FRONT ROW: Linda Gasparian, M Kay Scott, Marlene Ford, Ther- esa Thomas, Bobbie Binderim, Stephanie Prince, Virginia Vaughan. SECOND ROW: wait C Kitching, Phil Schlegel, Chuck O Bye, Wes Hodges, Tom Jones, C Bill Fields, Mike Avila, Dean H Most. THIRD ROW: Terry La R Violette, Al Perrat, Wayne A Niderost, Bill Bowen, Memo N Diaz, Gary Hansen. Per. 1 FRONT ROW: Dana Patterson, M Magdalena Goossens, Susan R, Messina, Linda,PaXton. SECOND ROW: Richard Torzeski, Karen R Rousseau, Sharon MacFadean, 1 Sam Vella. THIRD ROW: jim Q Smith, Harold Rice, Gary H Shidner, jim Messina. FOURTH A ROW: Dan Bowersox, Steve R De Breau, John Benton, jeff D Bogan. FIFTH ROW: Terry Prather, Gene Bake. Per. 1 M R S. I-I A L L I B U R T O N ST. 1 FRONT ROW: Gay Ison, Dorothy Shaplin, Sandra Harris, Linda Childers, Susan Forror, joan Penning ton, Linda Kinch, Dixie Williams. SECOND ROW: Bruno Zardini, Mike Tur- ner, Jo Howard, Debby Harper, jill Bell, Helen De Marinis, Penny Rocho, Mike Schubert. THIRD ROW: Geoffrey Portland, Tom DeLonge, Kenneth Reid, Randy Krauss, Dick Bistodeau, Tom Alborg, Mike Sagar, Ron Mangels. FOURTH ROW: Rich Arnold, Harry Keehan, Kevin Golding, Bill jerse, jay Geist. FRONT ROW Irene Good win, Connie Behnke, Eilene Tr1pp, Holly Peffer, Nora Evans, Carol Saul, Cree Hyde SECOND ROW By ron Polen, Gary Richard- son, Stan Lawrence, George Lathrop, Harold Hastings, Mike Andreason, Merlin Nielsen, Ben Real. THIRD ROW: Walt Robeson, John Pierce, Cali Dingle, Ed Fordyce, Arie DeHoog, john Houghtby, jerry Raney, Bob Menzie. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Mar- tin, Tom Davis, john Han.. Per' 2 son, Mike Peightal. M R. T R Y S L A Per. 1 FRONT ROW: Gwen Grosse, Linda Davisson, Fran Terry, Pat Bishop, Sue Brown, Marcia Gygonie, Lynda Sanders, Sandy Ferry. SECOND ROW: Darbie, Doerge, Steve DeFrate, Judi Tomberlin, Connie Carver, Shirley Miskovsky, Sherri Miller, Cheryl Means, Danny Martin. THIRD ROW: La Var Posey, Bob Dent, Gary Karnopp, Bob Stevens, Angle Battaglia, Darrel Hascall, Larry Warren, Jack Ewert. FOURTH ROW: Cary Clemmons, Ken Wikoren, Roger Clark, johnny East. M R S. H A L L I B U R T O N Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Lorie Bolda, Cindy Russell, Bobie Metzger, Gayle Barnard, Connie Cline, Marcy Reth, Claudia Brown, Barbara Forsberg. SECOND ROW: Linda Davis, Diane Menzie, Pat Mac- Atee, Sue Leuthard, Diane jack- son, Sandy Popp, Angela Currier, Theresa Erreca. THIRD ROW: Wade Horwood, Rick Iuberg, Paul Nobbs, lb E1-Kerdany, Richard Rogers, Doug McDonald, Terry Brannon, jack Chan. FOURTH ROW: Gary jones, jim Smith, Bill Swegles. FRONT ROW: Donna Eisensmith 7 Clydine Renfro, Toni Dibler, iff Pam Shephard, Shirley Pulley, ' Marsha Davis, Theresa Chase. R SECOND ROW: Richard Creed, I Bob Steele, Bob Revetta, Rich.. C ard Wessel, Ron Noel, Paul H Brannon. THIRD ROW: Archie A Rhodes, Bob Staite, Orman I-Ia- R ley, Bob Watson, Norm jones, D jim Blakeley, Richard Dingle, Ralph Schwaesdall. Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Barbara Horn, Ly- neal Dodgen, Donna Sloan, She- ela Savage, Diana Stammen, Donna Wolfe, Shirlee Bastian, Coleen McLaughlin. SECOND ROW: Tom Streenan, Sally Sey- M R S. H A L ler, Carol Savoie, Anita Orpikow- L ski, Ruth Rockwell, Cathy Mills Arlene Isachson, Grant Mitchell. THRID ROW: Norman Betten- court, Steve King, Danny Weis, john Wilson, Steve Reynolds, Tom Wallis, Don Hunt, Mike Tramel, Gary Dinkins, Charles Queen. J I B U R T O N Per. 3 M R S. C O C H R A N er. 3 FRONT ROW: Gerrie Thompson, Cindy Ramirez Helen Waters, Sally Cris- pin, Benet Foures, Pam Pla, Mary Sickler, Patty Wilson. SECOND ROW: Thorris Sutowski, Cathy Rustin, Toni O'Dell, Roseanne Smelko, Judi Bis todeau, Barbara Norlin, Sheila Truman, john Kor- chick. THIRD ROW: Bob Schlegel, Harold Butler, jim Arnett, Bob Maier, Howard Taylor, Warren Moore, Mike Hughes, Ed Johnston. ft'-4' Aviv' 1, ' 2 FRONT ROW: Con- nie Randall, Barbara Nichols, Lorraine La Pietra, Dora Quin- tana. SECOND ROW: Christine Fisk, Bon- nie Bakken, Pam Chaney, Donna War- lick. TI-HRD ROW: Phil Mathis, Joyce Suggs, Don Hunt, Richard Willet. FOURTH ROW: Art Ulloa, Ron Shaffer, Arnie Johnson, Joe Graham, Mike Fra- ler. N G FRONT ROW: Janet Zel- ler, Coleen Wojdak, Ju- dy Adkisson, Sue Bled- M soe, Nancy Keller, Ka.. thleen Bertrand, Linda Cooper, Julie Curione. D SECOND ROW: Geri R. N E Roach, Sandi Wassam, W Mary Pagan, Bonnie Kr.. E umm, Susan I-Iespeler, Y Carol Lajoie, Bonnie Hansen, Cindy Dressler. THIRD ROW: Carole Gaedke, Carol Rustin, Dee Ann Moser, Shar- man Massena, Lorraine La Pietra, Sandy Duffin, Linda Jensen, Lynne Wo- lfe. FOURTH ROW: Ca- rol Fyles, Chris Avery, H Vicki Buckingham, Charlotte Harris, Me- Pars 1 linda Mills, Vicky Cali, ' ' Nancy Nephew, Darlene 3, 6. Swisher. FIFTH ROW: Cheryl Luker, Betty Bar- nett, Linda Oates, Ran- dy Taft, Carl Dietrich. FRONT ROW: Janne Clason, Dianne Smith, Sharon Lannom, Candace Butler, SECOND ROW: Leslie Shoquist, Mary Potoky, Nancy Lane, Charles Clark. THIRD ROW: Monya Barton, Claudia Schlegel, Janis Credd, Don Boyett. FOURTH ROW: Charlene Ogden, Darlene Clem- mons, Alfred Fontaine. FIFTH ROW: Paul Miller, Ron Domin- guez, Mark I-Ioughtby, Roy Car- lin F' After two years of unending toil, the Sophomore class is ready to embark upon the intellectual and social world of the upperclassmen. .Throughout the year the class of '67 has sponsored the Nail Driving Booth and a Pastry Booth. These growing scholars through their quest for knowledge have gained enough prac- tical experience from activities, teachers, and classes, to adjust to high school life. The next years will be filled with students striving for scholastic suc- cess. l l PRESIDENT Richard Tysdal I ADVISORS Mr. Lindsey and Mrs. Mahaney 7 COUNSELOR Mr. Albert Van Zanten 1. I - -4 l is is W "' 5 it ,Ja 2.5, avg if Kg Q N , as if in .5,f,g - .m fmfvv 'va ,..-:SPEED lil? 17, 111 1, lil f 1ii9li aE,.',i 1 7 iiwilifis 'affsgss m e . as-rzileg wi + 1112 1. KM.. lisftfifrq ef fzlxel vi. iz mills 1 a s if 7 Lig. zwi?5af11 l, gasfi LFS' " Lifliifi 5 25543 VICE PRESIDENT Michael Reinhold SEC RETA RY Nina Le ekley mn, Sf ' - L' ' 7 wx ' f All f , wi 5, -vu, W5 'ff -' as if- ilwsfs fa -iwlala fi it 1 ,W M, 5' If JL - :. . ::'y.I', gl V 11 'I ' si? q 5 . , 'fu V I Tilt , Wg at ,ta 1. W . W aw, W' , .K ,Q 1 ,as ,, ,W lg, .,., .M ,. TREA SU RER Janis Tuttle I-IISTORIAN and PARLIAMENTARIAN Dee Stanley and Gail Pennington FRONT ROW: Ma- rie Parker, Berna.. dette Pruett, Paula Donoho, Debbie Kennel, Kathy Butts, C arolee Mor- gan, Rose Mary Thomas. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Wes- sel, Richard Noyes, Lyman Shackle- ford, Chris Repass, Art Kendall, Bob Scerto, Floyd Foeisch, Rick Hart- man. THIRD ROW: Johnnie Smith, To- ny Rodesky, Tom Upalvatne, jerry McDonald, jerry Eshnaur, Roger Zay, Mike Reardon, Felix Ramirez. FOURTH ROW: Dave Howell, Tom Barnes, Dennis Bond, Henri Koers. M R. L A M A R Per. 1 M R S. E L L E R Y Per. M A H A N E Y Per. 1 FRONT ROW: jo Ann Ram beau, Janet Smith, Gayla Campbell, Kathy Bever, Linda Lowry, Candy Ryll, Mary Vierkant, Shirley Ha ber. SECOND ROW: Den- nis Wells, Pete Curione, Bill Gill, Alene Dawson, Carol Elkins, Richard Hall, Mike Felley, Mike Hend- ricks. THIRD ROW: Wen- dell Olson, Louis lmbimbo Darryl Thompson, Russ La- joie, Dave Hamilton, Mike Wainscott, john Crampton, Randy Bridwell FOURTH ROW: Niels Poul- sen, john Powers, Doug O'Coyne, Doug Woolley, Larry Maclean. FRONT ROW: Sharmie Blevins, Gail Pennington, Linda Richmon, Janet Kroupa, Judy Williams, Cathy Kuntz, Carol Twite Sheila Baker. SECOND ROW: Steve Choisser, jim Hoffman, Mike Kwiatt, Le.. ah Hughes, Vicki Baker, Cheryl Cavanaugh, Dale Gillihan, Terry Moelter. THIRD ROW: Dana Barks, Jack Williams, George Gar- ris, Richard Tysdale, Re- fugio Bravo, Alan Kent, Stuard Johnston, Bob Chan- dler. FOURTH ROW: Don Melrose, David Bingham. i FRONT ROW: Margaret Reyes, Carol Hines, Polly Pagan, Judy jesperson, Margie Bookout, Char- lene Stocker, Madilyn Nutter, Lori Starnmen. SECOND ROW: jerry Lewis, Mike Blevins, Cyn- di Naslund, Vivian Roper, Linda Maleta, Dave Priddell, Al Cha- Ves, Tom Lewis. THIRD ROW: Bob Armann, jack Edwards, Dave Lepper, Larry King, Bill McMurtry, Bill Horton, Harold Connell, Keith Rocho. FOURTH ROW: Ken Hobbs, Dan English, john Fisher, David Patrick, Doug S ' ' . mith, Ken Hamm, Al Goodwin M R S. E L L E R Y Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Gayle Guse, Diane Lawrie, Leslie Puch, Linda Wheelock, Susan Prather, Lucia Edmondson, Lorraine Bennett, Shirley Haislip, SECOND ROW: Carol Smith, Susan Mackensen, Pam Smart, Sue Hazlett, Dora Waldrip, Nancy Sanchez, Linda Bohac, Carol Tozer. THIRD ROW: Patrick Lucas, Dale Shievert, Larry Wince, Charles Solomon, john Wray, Dennis Stover, Frank Barrett, M A H A N E Y Per. 2 M R. L A M A R Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Sherilee Roberts, Cynthia Ulloa, Sally Rolph, joan Dziuba, jo Hinds, Sue Eister, Belinda Nelson, Marilyn Lewis. SECOND ROW: Larry Kingsland, Bill Han- enburg, Susan Tychsen, Diana Ginos, Donna Christensen, Carol Campbell, Gary Ruble, Roger Anderson. THIRD ROW: Glenn Stallons, Dennis Masson, Bill Posey, Harris Scott, Rick La Zelle, Steve Cooley. -A, 3 ,Igw W me-' ww, pg +A J, jf, W Z vi YM 32 i. E 2 1 ? I A W M1g,...izfsf . S... I .::.. .4 M J +4 K 1 K .4 msn , .E ,Q :fs P in 5 ss? , Q Iv ,X 5' .Q Sw K H , , N wig 2 ' wr ir H M1255 we 1 . ez.. x 2 we W Y 3 i . ns F , t f Q, WQQWWW2 s J P X ik! 'll 3 X 4 lil- is 1' "W A 1 rf "r"p959iQ"15i' VICE PRESIDENT-lst Semester Shirley King VICE PRESIDENT-2nd Semester Karen Rosmann S EC RETA RY Anna Pike TREASURER Annette Paukovits Money is something a normal fresh- man class sees little ofg but the class of '68 is an exception. The year began with the Frosh striking out to earn their deserving place in high school society. They received the proceeds of the How Pow Wow for having the highest per- centage of A.S.B. cards sales. Another project for raising money was the bottle-drive with competition beween the English classes. The year ended with class advisors feeling very optimis- tic about the future potential of this class. - ii .s.sQ.'asf?w?'-gg is i s: 1 i2.fE'oiQ4Swev W' ' jg f f41525isggixI4Sggyigiggff4ss555g?fg,3rqggQg5kg!8t?!s2g5g5gEt,2 -msg " ,s 51292342 53 ,W ,, it s sz: Q QM 3 ,, Q 1: W K 1, S ,X H wil, mp, kim W sf' ef 1.m5iti?GafcwsMfw1.fw.f fs W:r:22iFQiwss'w Wir si. -. ir lreiwifrflfi Qlwivw- Miffffigiffw 1 'i1',f,,:fLg?i5iQiL',Qig?' ..,'.EL",,: D ff' x4Ez'3' 12449551 Wg, Q' Q Si Z-?ff1.ff'iQipf5ff..'Lr'?f55isz . ., ij?5ii.vffwWw-er r W 51 Qgfmgwglurshsfigsggrsfzs-Es? ,issfiisiwzlrlf sr 'E ,rs .M . 5 gf My ,jhfgv :. ,' -f,, .WL V yi .:",, 5.d::,,-:: .-,,,,:: EE x L. 5f5?l55555?f?2Ei23SfR5s5l'w522 I'23W ' f gg 5. 5,5 fi- .-:S Jifswgijk 5,3223 , klffif 1? rg Wim I :E-1f:H"Qf5 -F :-:fI:i' :"QF:.-aff?2-: A ,ie 1 L aa, f. : z:::-fa il: ia, M iffsd 1.15: ri J'-A iezfriaixssi , . 1 , ' -' f. , J . K 5 . , , Ki L af. in -l1.y,'.,11 5571 if 592, S! ' fE.5 1. ' L W V , 'fzfgig' LH 55 fl' , A .f , ' ,f y .. ' sf ...f11.1 1, kg fy fj f- .,"wf1Sr " ' ,,,.,, .5 , A.,, i .. ., Y 5 . of 4 'f 3 if 7 V 'Q w , P354 g3h:i,gV, Aj' , rg? ':, . C - -'Ex ' T ' ' f r .giiiil-:fQ"' '7 75 'lrsiggl john johnson ADVISORS Mrs. Logan and Mr. Eastlick COUNSEDOR Mrs. Ridgway FRONT ROW: Edna Shaplin, Pam Riley, Mary Oakman, Vercia Watson, Susan Haney, Sandy Chase. SECOND ROW: Vicki Prust, Kathy Blankenship, Dawn Spears, Beverly Hughes, Sandi Peters, Georgett Miller, Bonnie Ward, Annette Grisafi. THIRD ROW: Don Anderson, john Hor- ning, Larry Dyer, Monica West, David Touchstone, Philip Tay- lor. FOURTH ROW: Steve Franklin, Steve Ihde, Warren Totten, john Hodgkinson, Bob Sanborn David Thurman. FIF.. Per. 1 TH ROW: jim Cochran, Rick White, Denny Ernbleton, Ray- mond Smith. FRONT ROW: Jessie Decker, Linda Jett, Sue Kerley, Shanna Watts, Marilyn Marks, Noreen Timlick. SECOND ROW: Lour- des Zarnmarripa, Kathy Hodina, Kathleen Richardson, Yvonne Ruiz, Beverly Bogan, Carol Summersgill, Becky Donoho, Cathy Barnwell. THIRD ROW: Allen Harper, Pat Linnan, Ricky Booe, Van Freeman, Stan Adams, jim Makey, Blaine Miller, Gene Atkisson. FOURTH ROW: Charles Broz, Morris Stewart. FRONT ROW: Cynthia Walvatne, Phyllis Le Bel, Dianne Record, Mary Spirkoff, jo Ellen Miller, Judy Powers. SECOND ROW Marlene Richardson, Carol Himebaugh, Sandee Walker, Kathy Farr, Diane O'Neill, Linda Schicht. THIRD ROW: George Knight, Gary Boylan, George Inoampo, Ronnie Gillihan. FOURTH ROW: Bill jones, Dave Rasco, Steve Dowers, Dave Stratton, Larry Taylor. FRONT ROW: Cathy Conner, jennifer Ed- wards, Micki Hatch, Vivian Edwards, Sheryl Queen, Patricia O'Coy- ne, Beverly Nelson, Linda Bates. SECOND ROW: Linda Reynolds, Carolyn Koers, Donald Phillips, David Cassity, Doug Wright, joseph Menzie, Dawnelle Lin- zey, Pamela Holder. THIRD ROW: Tony Gaylord, Randall Buck- master, Gerald Bender, Keith Sears, Nick Missman, Paul Carlton, jim Davis, johnny jon- es. FOURTH ROW: Bryan Bergland, Ro- bert Hamman, Bruce Sprague, Steve Ruff, john Long, La Vern Castle, Wyn Stevens. M R. M A T T H E W S er . 2 M R. Y O U N G Per. 1 M I S S P E T E R S O N Per. 2 FRONT ROW: Barbara Hender.. son, Dorie Van Cleef, Josephine Ullery, Sandi Trusty, Gloria Doyle, Charlotte Olson, Lynn Purtee, Diane Saul. SECOND ROW: Linda McBride, Leoma Reed, Peggy Hall, Pat Heyer, Sharon Barthelmess, Linda Sei- ber, Theresa Starkey, Susan Conaway. TI-HRD ROW: Bruce Mendenhall, Robert Griswold, john johnson, Bill Reynolds, Mike Sponsler, Bob Fox, Robert Gilly, Michael Sullivan. FOUR.. TH ROW: Don Warren, Harold Rohn, Bob Lawson. FRONT ROW: Robbie I-Iill, Carolyn Ledak, Cora Gainer, Maryann Osterrneyer, Sallie Norton, Chris Faber, Margaret Baker, Annette Paukovits, SEC- OND ROW: Delores johnson, Peggy Nephew, James Bolda, Alan james, Steve Hunnicutt, Melvin Maston, Mike Bisson, Karen Rosmann. THIRD ROW: Ernie Petrosino, Mike Horning, Tony La Rosa, Craig Hagen, Ken jillson, jose Gonzales, Law- rence Baca, james Gossetti. FOURTH ROW: Steve Tuttle, Gary Mantifel, john Petaja, Alan MacLean, Tom Cline, Ken Serabia, Warren Cref. FIFTH ROW: Dave Maier, Phil- lip Keehan, Mark Boufford, Fred Nabeta, Larry Moore, Steve Kraft, Tom Davidson, George Bear. FRONT ROW: Sue Powell, Judie Coleman, Peggy Gra.. ham, Lynda Plybon, Rita Basey, Gail Chaffin, Esten Walsh, Mary Hyatt. SEC- OND ROW: Sandy Davis, Maria Rios, Cece Tamblyn, Peggy Gaines, Lupe Loza, Alice Cota, Marilyn Mea.. dows. TI-HRD ROW: Rod I-look, Ken Brand, Keith Cook, Danny Diaz, Steve Ellis, Dave Ellis, Pat Fer- rand, Tom Dibler. FOURTH ROW: LeRoy Bearden, Bill M R. S M I T H W I C K Sutton, Gary Burrows, Den- Per' 2 nis Rolling, Ted Hop. FRONT ROW: Kathy Ras- mussen, Dixie Williams, Maria Shelton, Emily Rum- sey, Diane Sorenson, Mar- gret Fisher, Susan Bellows, Alberta Fahnestock. SEC- OND ROW: Carol Juberg, Donna Van Vechten, Becky Whitaker, Connie Long- mire, Claudia Mallette, Janet Ertman, Lucia Hayes, Steve Jeffries. THIRD ROW: George Clayton, Ed Tomlinson, Jim Norberg, David Provost, Skip Sam- ples, Larry Dykes, Phil Smith, Tim Smith. FOUR- TH ROVV: Mike Acosta, Mike Stone, Frank Need- ham, Bob McRoberts. M R. L I N D S E Y Per. 3 M R. S T R E S H L FRONT ROW: Lynette Torrey, Janice Petaja, Linda Moore, Anna Pike, Janis Ferree. SECOND ROW: Tom Kell- er, David Frank- lin, Bob We aver, Y Scott Baker. Per. 2 W i FRONT ROW: Carol Holcomb, Linda Reed, Sue Clark, Barb Thompson, Janis Murrah, Ka- thy Mondy, Karen Petros, Cheryl Ti- ce. SECOND ROW: Barbara Murray, Leilani Correll, Sandy Duffy, Su- san Glaze, Gloria Ruiz, Carol Renn, Barbara Kendrick, Brenda Masciotta. THIRD ROW: Den- nis McAtee, Kathy McAu1ey, Agatha McCormick, Tom Judd, Gerard Ho- mer, Dennis Parks. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Santos, Paul Sickler Mike Wells Karl Prince, Allen , Smith, Walter Jackson, Colin Ackroyd. M I S S P E T E R S E N Per. 5 WZ mgmm.-13,3 ET, M FRONT ROW: Barbara Scott, Cynthia Homes, Terri jones, Carol Contre- ras, Sandra Dominguez, Barbara Spartley, Deborah Breese, Robert Mellecker. SECOND ROW: Tom Haney Dennis Karnousky, David Vargo, Martin Mace, Ver- non Lopez, Dennis Rake, Glenn Meza, Fred Waller. TI-HRD ROW: Tim Sperry, 5 Robert Graham, James Guy, james Mays, Randy Wood, Ian Livesay, Er- nest McAllister, FRONT ROW: Cindy Wade, Ka- thy Berlin, Diane Crispin, Tina Monihan, Leona Lawrence, Jim Reed. SECOND ROW: Rene Erreca, Kay Stout, jinny Stover Linda Roessler, jessica Decker, Elana Valencia. TI-HRD ROW: Sandy Olson, Lorraine Hobbs, Marcia Hunt, Marie Hazlet, Sheila Davis, Susan Stocker. FOURTH ROW: Martin Rymer, Carla Ricky, Joyce Whatley, David Copeland, Warden Minor Janet Foures. FIFTH ROW: Clifi ford Scharz, Dan Davis. All Bra res' Aim For . . . si N KX ' X N .facial Ana' ,ferriee Achievement 5 fi asf: -ff: f 1 W1 F1 . -gg, ff? v4 4 1 2 A ., , 3 5 i W I w.....x,......m 5 M., 3 N,,5.A X I . M i? k Wim f -J: . A . W 'M H V' .gp Q . 3" 'Y .M . V .asfxm '-, . 'q ,W Q ,kv -P: H, 5- MJ, PM, , it fi gf 1 1 ' wi' 1 4 ' ,., M. ' ,s Ukwgvmu, W ww my , V 1, 3 ' ,E in '?f .E W e'LmQiif1'.l'Mu+ea,?5wM-W v,wf,,,f.::h ,Eff bhzf.. 5 1 w wf WW' Wm : L W v-Q-raw :lf , M ' 35? K mf fi ff mrzqfigfrwx f. 51 1 , -M HW I .1 f' ,X 'lx . .,, .V '- :1'9""". -. H A ' :A ' M' R , - wifi- 'Q,:: 1 V- - aw Pads -. 1+ .fCV'35.-:x:1Ifm 'H'l: ' 1 3 ,1-' 'ff X QW ' wf ie' 'E::95::':i?:F'9'f'i:' ' " .":2f.'f-'Eli'--'i-3::v'IS , ' " "1 ' " - I-: 3 W "-:ff--:.,.f3Q 'Il-5 f Q Q H 1 1.:".. a:'3fQa1f5":5-3 if 'ifffiiffi' WWE- 7-3 K fi' :kd 2 " 1 31, " LQ t Wx A F!- XE We 2- 7 .lm Q W 1 gg 1 Miisi ti l were ,tina 5mssHS2wff'gi 1 55235 gt Q ,, ,..- 2 i f Hin Q 3 QW ? 1 Wm at wh? sgiiisfggf, ,tx so '55-'56 But I don't want tisilggfg to look like Yul Brynner ! at ,zip V 31 '- .-"ff?.3 L , S ll I Tsil iw ti 1 1 1 Lh A 1 9 www 51'-:Vw .rw w stg f - '56-'57 Varroom. . .you say? '59-'60 cot 3 light? '60-'61 DANGER. .. Diamond Back Slinky ! H., '57-'58 Pipe Line. '58-'59 When are we going to get a new heat- ing system? '61-'62 Those cheap X Hobie Strings' '62-'ssl Like, You Like, Qfvieizi n,.n, . 'Q 'Y-M.. ' fiifiilihvzle-LT:'igeiiblsilfii'' ' '63-'64 No, I don't have 9. rabies shot! '64- Does it bite? '65 I-lang Five ! We Like, They Like. Throughout these past ten years the following Pads left their indelible impressions . 1955-1956 Butch hair cuts 1956 1957 Motorcycles and Black leather jackets 1957 1958 Hula Hoops 1958 1959 Trash Can Fires 1959 1960 Cinnamon Tooth Picks 1960 1961 Slinkics 1961 1962 Yo Yo's 1962 1963 Flipping Bottle Cups 1963-1964 Blowing Bubbles 1964-1965 Skate llourds and Wiggle Qlicllicsj Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Signatures Concert Choir ' Mr. Lutz Choir Director . . . . .Start the day With a song. . . . ." This is exactly what our 118-member Concert Choir does first period each morning. This year will provide many happy memories for choir members - the successful Christmas program they presented, the pride With which they represented our school in district fes- tivals, and the diligent practice they put in to perfect every performance. Under the direction of Mr. Lutz, our 1964-65 Concert Choir received the musical training and invaluable experiences which prove to be so beneficial in the years to come. 116 Mexodic MQmOfiCS Choir Staff Treble -Aires E Long Beach 2nd Place Long Beach 1956 ' 3rd Place !957 T en Years Ram Game Half-time Corona Sweepstakes Long Beach Sweepstakes 1 958 Corona Sweepstakes Long Beach Sweepstakes 1959 Invitation to Music Educators Nat'1. Conf. Autumn Band Review Sweepstakes E1 Monte Sweepstakes Corona Sweepstakes Long Beach Sweepstakes 1960 Autumn Band L Review lst Place Corona Sweepstakes Long Beach Long Beach H lst Place Honor Band ' 1962 1961 Success Hawthorne Swe e psta kes Long Beach Sweepstakes 1963 Long Beach 2nd Place El Monte Sweepstakes 1964 E1 Monte Sweepstakes Autumn Band Review lst Place Arcadia 2nd in class Huntington Sweepstakes Long Beach lst in class 1965 Concert Band As El Cajon High School moved into the Winter season, the last strains of stirring marches are heard and our musical groups devoted themselves to more formal Works Strings, Woodwinds, brass and percussion all combined smoothly and efficiently to produce the living sounds of our Concert Band and Orchestra. Throughout the year these outstanding groups presented concerts and performed at assemblies. Their season was climaxed hy two major events, the Spring Concert and the annual concert at which a special outside artist performed with the Concert Band. Orchestra 120 121 Color Guard Drum Majorette: Cathy Vernon Under the direction of this year's pre- sident, Harry Horde, the band staff gui- ded the band in all business and social affairs including the annual Evening in Paris dance. This year the varsity band introduced a new tradition. Not only did they play at football and basketball games, but they sparked enthusiasrn by playhng school pep songs on the morning of football ganws. Providing a moment of inspiration be- fore each.Hxmballgaine, the color guard proudhfpresentedthe Hag. Much of the honor of this year's band can be besunNed.upon,h4r. Chrisde, the man who spent so many long hours to carry on our tradition of award-Winning bands . Flag Banner Ba nd Sta ff 1956 Jeannie Woelfel 1957 Sharron Palmer Flag 1957 Bonnie Weaver Hand 1 959 Gloria Forsberg l 1 POITI POD. 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Q 'ii3ii'., Q09 801,95 lg g , - Q9 5E X55 51115 'T z ii Ps w e - Ei : ,liE5!":5 B ti? -if at 5iriX,if?? f4fJff TM r s s ws, A whistle is blown and suddenly all disorder becomes order. The 1965 Bravette Corps composed of eighty girls is ready to step off. All stop talking, find their places in line, and come to "at ease. " Clorinda Peters, Captain of the Corps takes her place at the point of the arrow and Marian Sarot and Donna Bolda, Hand Corps Lieutenants, along with the Flag Lieutenants, Rande Crockett and Claudia Haworth help to form the arrow head. Another whistle is blown and the corps snaps to attention. The music begins and the Bravettes step off in unison. Legs are lifted high and faces are clothed in smiles. The Bravettes revealed their new princess style uni- forms trimmed with red solid sequin arrows at the Football Carnival. As the marching season progressed, this busy group could be seen adding sparkle to th.ree halftime shows and the Band Jamboree. Climaxing their season, the Bravettes marched in a band competition at Arcadia and in the Mother Goose, Huntington Beach, and the Toyland Parades. Z E Treasurer Donna Barron Past Advisors MR. CORDRY '56- '57 H, .W,,,wrr .,., Aw. ffwlgisri'wifi'-fwzx7w?is?s.: xr - Wews'lmmewmsgqgswZ' " fa: 'f'4fF? :' ' 'Za I-.--ff' X .,,:: ,,,..,,., .., ,, 1-,..- xr-Mr L, A .er 'F I iff? is if Riizfiix 1 L' :Wx ,R .W x 1 1- ,r WSW V S R 151: .:--" 1 MR. BUNTING , Vlz' 4' 3?'A3'2Ssi'i :?Kf91"ff?'?53Y?'A5'N3'i'iLSTLQQVSRW'95539'55j??fi9wM3'WlY3 f'5'rr5f?Xl553' 3525?-sraezisgs523Q5is22Q522Q23Q53Qrss2Q25Qis2552sri?sig37wri?mE,?f5rsw?rfr3vgiGss, 212ggRQsQ252sgire2igiegZQ?m,a?gQg'ssPggwg3sQfQ35p Lei f? fr' fr ' M, WRX' 23871 ,fwiqx ,Ayr L4H?ff'gAf?56,r V ' ' 'W i Lfpfrmj' -5 fif: we '-91 swf' if 1:5555 M M, , A ,SMX .Wx,.r,WQs, W, w.rS.,5.M,r,i s,r. ,K-,GM A , N 3, ,, N Q' Vw if . wx-W , f- fr' ' MR. HAYNES '61-'62 fm www :sz fp, 5 5isEm,grQg5S62Si?Egss?ZF.5l Z wr., A r ,WWE Nw' 15- 'Q QC? 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HERBERT cRoss '6s- '64- '65 3353 . . r y my RH :pg-3 639: ,ff rf Iszvafs.sv-ff:w-Wy:' fiwsumf .153 ff. . .-9-:, eg: A 'fem Dgggifwgm-R Wnwsaa fsgsrfgsggv rziiizrfifwz W H Q : ,J ,'g,,.':g:jf:f:a'::.:E:- gg .1 w S' s-Sta: . . . -,-, , W s,,r, Q 1 Z X 3 z K - , wx, i ' ' V li - ' ' Sw . wigai,rgqws:Qr,:?,53is,si.,-52, 613,iffQ2?wgQfimiS2.1, . r yvrwgw 5i?ikkm?K.ii3csr-15P21iH2ffisxE:i?i5fav55iis5LJQTYW'L-fi?, r ' Secretaries Sheri Smith, First Semester JOhn Hart Linda Everett, Second Semester Vice-President School Service jackie Pierson Dixie Williams l Assistants Cultural Affairs School Arts Cheryl Cook BACK ROW: Ib E1 Kerdany, Mike Tozer, Richard Rucker, Mike Schubert, jack Phillips, Steve New, Connie Peasley, Marcia Kinch, Marilyn Garcia. FRONT ROW: Linda Everett, Eddie Sturgeon, ' ' ' , Paul Nobbs, Diane Rosmann, Randi O'Br1en A constant center of activity on campus is the Associated Student Government Building. The A.S.B. class performs all governmental affairs and forms a network of channels which sets El Cajon High School in perpetual motion for the entire school year . The various tasks performed by the different commissioners help to keep El Cajon's stu- dent government running in a harmonious fashion. This entire effort is coordinated by A.S.B. advisor, Mr. Herbert Gross. The smooth operation, and imaginative fulfillment of activities speaks for the efficiency of this organization. Publicity C Paula Flood Sales Sue Tockstein Athletics Tom jackson Public Relations Ra nde Crockett Hail To Legend Staff The part of keeping things runnin smoothi and efficienti S Y Y was the exacting job of the LEGEND editors. These students spent countless after-school hours devoting all their energies supervising production of nine fine memorable annuals. Congratu lations! Mg? g m Q.-,mamma aan WWE W 5 -:-:,: -fa . ,, S:X:fs-fail? :::.":-,.': -. LAWS i fr Q91 'MILK-',ff,i ,rr 2' uf,.?Erl1Q7ff L- f 75 .ag 5 f E ' gl ,- 551355 1f92,5zii1': 'fr f ' X asa. diy, 3 is Sandy Rogers 1957 Bonnie Weaver 1958 Peggy Self 1959 Carol Eggert 1960 Shirley Lewis 1961 Mary Reinert 1961 Bev Brannon 1963 Carolyn Wells 1963 Jeanne Cline 1964 132 Z Diane Hoffman 1 956 i i Kathy Lorentz 1960 1 Barbara Treadwell 1962 Gi1Gi11en 1964 The Editors Smoke Signal Producing the newspaper on a busy campus such as E1 Cajon was no easy task. A lot of work went into each issue. These editors proved to be good managers of a very active group. So we, the LEGEND, pay tribute to the past editors of a great school newspaper. Hail! Miriam Wilson 1956 Cal-o1Webb 1957 Disa Christiansen 1958 Angie Vitanza 1959 Tom Vogt 1960 Jayne Cox 1961 Robert Owen 1961 Janice Phillips 1962 Mary Crossley 1963 Dave Parham 1964 133 F J J . 5.-very ' S . 'I rv g a I t A .. J lk- 2, i -,x:. K Mfg K ff 5 w 1 J' A if r 5 fra is gi W 5 L55 gm fi? Sw? 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Maybe this is why the LEGEND Staff, together with Co-Editors Jackie Brean, Mary Siegmund, and Advisor, Mr. Logsdon have so many headache To insure an accurate record of events for the past ten years, the LEGEND Staff combed the area for information. During their search, it was learned that the alumni were scattered around the globe, some of them serving in the Peace Corps deep in the jungles of Africa. For every disappointment, however, good luck came our way and everything worked out for the best. We hope you enjoy looking upon these ten years of memories which started with the solemn dedication of this wonderful institution. Who can forget the zany assemblies, the mounting excitement as we played a rival school in a championship sports event, or that unforgettable week of Freshman Initiation? We hope that we have successfully captured the spirit of these events for you! Tl-IE LEGEND STAFF s! SIVIGKE ADVISOR-Mr. Kniss Circulation Manager-Cindy Clark, Adver- tising Manager-Rosemary Brackney, Typ- ing Manager-joan Pennington Feature Editor-Kathy Walker, Editorial Editor- Anita Adams Thought Editor- Vanessa Anderson CUB REPORTERS: BACK ROW: Tony Neighbors, Dave Strurnsky, Vanessa Anderson, Cheryl Means, Cathy Kuntz, Richard Colburn, Wally l-lirsh, and Nikki Smith. FRONT ROW: Fred Long, Lilla Sweatt, Linda Hum, Nancy Sanchez, Wanda Crabill, and Linda Richmon. A STRAIGHT FONGUE FOR A STRAIGHT TRIBE The group of students seen here became abnormally harried as they worked around the campus covering all news events. Busier now than ever with the new Weekly Smoke Signal, these able souls were led through flood, fire and famine by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Robbie Kuntz and ADVISOR Mr. Kniss. They have done a smashing job producing for the tenth consecutive year, the informative SMOKE SIGNAL. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Cartoonist-john Butler, Sports Editor- Kent Hammond Copy Editor-Joyce Nabeta News Editor-Paula Coxon 137 Robbie Kuntz Photo graphe rs: Ricky Hartman and Wanda Crabill Alumni Song 85 Cheer "El Cajon, El Cajon .... " So the first strains of our Alma Mater issued forth upon the night of our Tenth Anniversary Homecoming. On October 16, the Song and Cheerleaders of El Cajon's past and present assembled to cheer our team on to a pulsating 20-20 finish. Alumni included Micki Mason, Ginger Davis, Theresa Washkevich, Linda Rodriguez, Karen Wade Ayers, Kathy Vaughn, Janet Rose, Gail Westmoreland, Mike Acord, Ronnie Walters, and Donna Walters . GER1 ROACH BEN NE HANEN BU RG Song Leaders Z0 l f+:1ff.zw,:m vfffs lm A- 4 i-:ggf-:ga . fffgzg- f,f:,f,q,1p "sf: QWV, 7'f'i H?Ti,l. 19,--IQ H ,'I1E,f'ssi:5 in ' I I z , - effifi mx- fmfw I f f m m - f - - l ' , '?9n.":- ..,EE1-. E- -- ' - ffm MR. BARTLETT Though our song and cheerleaders are in the limelight at various activities throughout the year, We often forget that behind them is a strong hand to guide and train them. just ask any one of them, and they'll'tell you "Mr, Bartlett is the greatest!" It must be a hard and tiring job,- but one look at our precision squads, and we realize how much spirit and school pride has stemmed from this one man's energies . BARBIE VICK LORI BOIDA IANA AYRES ED STURGEON SAM VILLA Cheerleaders MA RILYN GA RCIA "El Cajon High School can't he beat!" Know why? Because, Win or lose, El Cajon's spirit never dies. At pep rallies, assemblies, games of all kinds, and wherever and Whenever our enthusiasm needs a boost, our song and cheer leaders are there to reassure us that the El Cajon Braves will always "Fight! Fight! Fight!" for honor and respect for our great school. 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This question was answered when Donna Bolda was crowned the tenth annual Homecoming Queen of El Cajon Valley High School. Queen Donna was welcomed at the football game by four of the past homecoming queens. The highlight of the evening took place when El Cajon High Students and alumni gathered in the new gym at the Homecoming Dance . 143 I "Incoming freshman. . ?" "So what if you did finish your hot dog first?" "No, no, Myrtle! You sit down like everyone e1se." "Get on the Beauty Bandwagon of higher education. " I " E1 Katraz, our Alma Mater Past Leaders Of G L Kathi Moore - '61 Myrna Wuelfing '62 Carole Moore - '63 Pat Fox - '60 F Sandy Curl -. '59 Sally Wolcott - '64 Growing, Growing, Growing. That is what Girls' League has been doing for the past ten years. The persons pictured on this page have played a tremendous part in this growth. 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A, I D V E R T I S I N G Q C A R M E P L U A S T 1 0 N S E E 5 s G 0 G O R D 0 0 M 1 N G Thespians n Parade "Taming of the Shrew" 1964 "The Man Who Came To Dinner" 1963 f "Out of the Frying Pan" 1964 Miracle Worker" 1964 "West Side Story" 1963 "Girl Crazy" 1962 "Taming of the Shrew" 1964 Rehearsing was a hard and time consuming job. Many after-school hours were spent work ing hard to turn out these outstanding produc- tions . The students could never have achieved their outstanding performances Without the ex- cellent instruction of Mr. Baumgartner, Mr. Peace, and the current advisor, Mr. Richard. " Our Town" 1964 3. This year the drama department has changed the tradition of three major plays per year and presented only two, THE GLASS MENAGERIE and BYE, BYE, BIRDIE. This reduction has not made their schedule any less hectic, however, as they have also presented numerous one-act plays throughout the year, including Tl-IE MONKEY 'S PAW, Tl-IE STILL ALARM, IMPROMPTU, and many others, plus a special presenta.. tion of SPOON RIVER. This active group often visits presentations of other high schools as well as college and junior college productions. These extra curricular activities are high-lighted by frequent trips to the Old Globe Theater, and all are intended not only to provide enjoyment and entertainment, but also to increase the young thespians' knowledge of the varied and exciting theatre World. l Advisor--Mr. Keith Richard EXECUTIVE BOARD--Claudia Brown, Sec. 3 Steve Landess, Vice Pres.g Janne Clason, Treas. 5 NOT SHOWN--Dave Petrosino, Pres. 3 Les Bangs, Historian. 152 GLASS MENAGERIE Dave Petrosino . . . Tom Dee Harris ..... Laura Paula Solomon ........ Amanda Steve Landess ..... jim BYE, BYE, BIRDIE jim Hutton ..... . . . Conrad Birdie Kim ....... ...... D ee Harris Albert . . . ......... Ken Snow Rosie ......... Theresa Madison Mayor ......... Charles Solomon Mayor's Wife ....... Janne Clason Ursilia .......... Claudia Brown Mrs. Peterson .... Paula Solomon And many others. Future Farmers Advisor , Mr . Dyer Chuck Bye, Reporterg Mike Campbell, Vice-Pres.g Jim Smith, Pres., Carl Dingle, Sec.g Brian Giuliani, Treas.g Ed Fordyce, Sentinel. The Future Farmers of America, a nationally acclaimed organization, is one of the largest clubs on the campus of ECVHS. This year, the FFA brought home honors for contests involving parliamentary procedure, public speaking, and soil judging. They also submitted many prize-winning exhibits in the Los Angeles County, El Cajon, and Del Mar Fairs. Recreationally, the FFA once again had a banner year, sponsoring such events as a skating party, a swim party, the annual Har- vest Ball, and the hayride at the Mardi Gras. Advanced Agriculture Members Students conducted the planting of trees near the New Building to provide more shade trees for our campus. f America Agriculture I Members " N 'IQ'-r N 9 :J l f A 1 651100 ,PA Ao- va A 1' " all Z 5 'v u f+fc-M095 Xx x U 6 i Da,-V1 Buel-ge, FFA students again continued their tradition of sponsoring 2nd Place Agriculture Public the Havfide af the Mardi GHS- Speaking Contest, Southern Calif. Award-winning students brought home many honors to ECVHS this year. 155 FRONT ROW: Mark Homer, jean McCullough, Carl Dingle, Ed Fordyce . MIDDLE ROW: john Meyering, Ed Murray, Brian Giuliani, jim Taylor. BACK ROW: jim Walker, B Franklin, Les Huddleston. ob Y - Teens Marian Sarot, Vice-Presidentg Bev Siewert, President. This active club is sponsored through the Young Women's Christian Association. They Advisor Mr . Bascom participated in many community projects, such as collecting food at Christmas time. Their social activities included joint get- togethers with other clubs and organizations of different schools. The best possible high school liter- ature is offered MAdVgS0ft through the Tab rs' am and Campus Book Club. Every month repre- sentatives from each English class meet to find out which paperbacks will be for sale at reduced prices. Truly great literature, such as GONE WITH THE WIND, A TALE OF TWO CITIES, and JANE EYRE has been offered to our students this year. 156 Encouraging young people to further their knowledge of science is the main purpose of this club. Miss Curry, their advisor, has arranged many interesting eventsfor the students. Among these were field trips to the La Jolla tide pools, the Laguna Mountains, and the Santee Lakes. The Science Club has also hosted guest speakers who gave specialized and informative presentations. ' Pam Smart, Treas.5 Richard Rogers, Vice- Pres.g Pam Parsons, Pres.5 jan Harman, Sec. The Laguna Moimtains became the subject of an interesting study for Me gebceps. Science club members examine the shore of Santee Lake. Megebeceps xi Advisor Miss Curry One of the most active clubs on cam - pus, Roman Braves, con- tinued their oloservance of Latin customs this year un- der the guid ance of Mrs. Cochran. In the fall they Roman Braves The Winter season saw the Roman Braves travel to Gros s mont Center where they sang carols in Latin. At their monthly meetings they celebrated var ious Roman Sponsored festivals. This Latin Week, busy Organ- preparing iZalIiO1'1 culmin- showcases dis ated lfhlfilgq la S and ear Wllj 'E G holldiliga tea D' ' I 1 y ninth annual for the faculty. iane Lawrie, Sec., Linda Wheelock, Treas. Latin Banquet. l The annual Latin Week was highlighted by the ban- quet which was attended by many Latin students. Students relive and celebrate traditions and ceremonies. Advisor Mrs. Cochran 158 The symbol of the ECVHS Roman Braves. An experiment in ham radio operation. Advisor George Lathrop, President. Boys who have earned varsity letters have con- tinued the traditional Letterman's Club on campus this year. The boys participated in com- munity service, giving tur- keys to needy families at Christmas. The highlight of the year Was the sponsorship of the Pipe line at the Mardi Gras. - 9? 6 The Pipeline was well received by Mardi Gras goers A dvisor Mr, Quast Tim Pge: Batallion Executive Officer, Russel Vaughn: Batallion Commander -a X gn Q xx 'D' Advisor Mr . Mathews 8 V ,. ,L 2nd Platoon lst Platoon Few students realize the hours ex- pended in school service by members of the California Cadet Corps. These' busy students presented colors at major ECVI-IS events, provided parking services at all football games, acted as guards for basketball games, and represented our school at the massing of the colors at Helix in honor of Washington's birthday. Our Cadet Corps also placed second in the district rifle match competition for both 5- and 10-men teams. This year mem- bers of the CCC trained the Safety Patrol boys at El Cajon Elementary schools. The cadets take great pride in displaying the flags of our nation and our state. Rifle practice has made our team from ECVHS the recipient of many rifle team awards. Daily practice is necessary for pre- cision. Z ' I I ,KF . . gait f L 7 2 as 'U ' I 'I -if isfiffigzmi , f i i' 1 s ,... ,. ' ' 7 Q W' ,P N, . . ., ,, Mi is .sl . i .. 1 .V - - ,,: g, ir i, YM W irgi ilifjj- Q Sm 1 ' -'ff .i fsgzwt ,ii 5 A Q-2 .5'2,eiffiefizgsgggf3sg,rfi gs? , .,.. .fn 1 - "I .g A ,X if f 'L .xii x Y sw ,jjv'7?'i'5" Mkz miss, 'ix igqfiw "" :JH 4 ' A fc M N, 4, gin! if ,A If 4 , K ,sri s,.. ,ifrmifgfsiig -im .. 1 i M nr Bri, , wx ,af He, f- is sw-:wx-'mi fps 5. -: rf. '2' ' 1 F' 43? 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Throughout the year, they have raised funds Assisting the librarians, these students help make our research center a better t0 Supp01't 3 fgfeign exchange place for study. Their duties include shelving, mending, and checking out Student by Selling Christmas books. They also give students information on any questions they may have cards, cook books, and pizza at the Mardi Gras. In addition, they sponsored the selling of AFS stocks, which greatly aided the support for a student next year. Luchy Valencia, Vice-Pres., Linda Wheelock, Sec.g Pat Ainsley, Pres. Mrs . Mayfield Mr. Baker Mrs. Ellery irls' Recreation Association Advisor Miss Beekman The newly formed Gymnastics Club and the Tennis Club together compose the Girls' Recreation Association. The Tennis Club members play competing groups at schools throughout the dis- trict, While the Gymnastics Club meets to help girls develop their skills in tum- bling. Under the direction of Miss Beekman and Mrs . 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An overall sweepstakes standing of 4-th place was achieved. 2nd Place, Oratorical Interpretation, SDSC Open Both the Dialectos speech club and the National Forensic League brought honor to our school this year as they participated in and won awards in many speech events. Among these were the Palomar Novice Tournament, the Mount Miguel Interpretational Festival, the Whittier Speech Tournament, and the SDSC Open Speech Tournament. Since many of these contests were held out of town, money had to be earned for traveling expenses. This was accomplished by the two car washes held during the year. The NFL is made up of speech stu- dents who have gained honors by partic- ipating in competitive tournaments. Dialectos Ken Snow Andi DiGugglieli lst Place Lions Club Boys, Federation Ke n Snow, Presidentg Bill Reynolds, Vice-Pres A new organization on campus this year, the Boys' Federation has par- ticipated in many activities beneficial to the school. Highlighting these were the painting of the lunch benches and sponsorship of the Mickey Finn, jr. nightclub at the Mardi Gras. The boys have adopted a constitution and have temporary organizing officers. The motto of the club is "Boys of today . . . Leaders of tomorroW." Finishing touches are added to the club's first service project. Live "burlesque" at the Mickey Finn, Jr. 166 Advisor Mr . Young Cheerful Chirographers Scfmewfm Athletic Bra res' Aim For K AQ X ,Af 4 fe - Q N Pbyrical Excellence Mx f-4 5 5 W .mf ' 1 ,S+ I 24.17 L. iz?-fs? Foot5a11 Hall Of Fame A DON MAGOFFIN- 1956 O DICK MAGOFFIN- - IVUKE DELONGE-1964 BOB I-IANNASCI-I-1958 ..AP'f' BOB CI-IRISTIA N- 1963 ARNIE JOHNS ON C ENT ER BOB WATSON TA CKLE im.: ED EBBERT GA RRY S MITH D OUG WILLIA MS GUA RD TA CKLE END W 'W .1 Q This year the Braves had one of the best scoring offenses ever at El Cajon. It was sparked by the running of Rick Blanchard, who set the' Grossmont League scoring record with 84 points . We also boasted one of the finest defenses in the league. The Braves finished fourth in the league standings, with a 4 win 3 loss 1 tie record. They racked up 155 points to their opponents 92, and in six of their eight starts they out-played and out-gained their opponents. The Braves got off to a booming start by romping over La Jolla 26-6, but the next game they bowed to Grossmont 13-12 in the traditional peace-pipe game. The next game the Braves met the co-league champions, Granite Hills, and set them back 21-0 ....... . ...... . . . . . . ' ani- , A :i f f E! if wiki ., '- " gm, P 2, .Anfi- m in I fgsxwf ' .vV"'2, '- a if . 5 Qu ' .img -V J , 5 A ll WF 0 s- Q , tg ifwiffff-14 isa ' fu-5 A' g '3"53?".Lx-f if .5-te 5,44 M - ' 1 -' .' " - Rick BLANCHARD F HALFBACK Probably the most exciting game of the year was the Homecoming game with El Capitan. With only seconds left on the clock the Braves tallied the tying touchdown. Wright's conversion attempt was good and the game ended in a 20-20 deadlock. The Braves ripped the Monarchs 21-0 in their next encounter. The hopes of a championship faded when Mt. Miguel defeated El Cajon 20-14 . The team racked up their high game of the year when they defeated Hilltop 34- 13 . In the season finale the Scots of Helix moved past the Braves 20-7, on a muddy, soggy turf. The many key performances by the Braves made this grid-iron season one of the most exciting ever witnessed at El Cajon. RON SHA FFER END -mi "-wt it MW " WY W ', .V A is . A, T gg .1 541 ,.ii?jZ:,.-a l S fl -1 '53 M, . .-,L , K, , 5. Q , .W 'gm .k ' 1 Q .wwf 'ww' -'a2v,.,'-'M -'ff' 5 - - "V ".ufq.,,w- f - ' 1: 11. 5 WNW, Wits a2ag,"ff.,,, ' N521 Rift'--. V , , . - Z wma '1-gkgga. K ., wfglif- aissfffsf 'H 4 A ifvt- .. . . 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Cross Country l Hall Of Fame Clarence Hamren- 56 Wofford 57 Varsity 5 E1Cajon-28 Hilltop-40 and Crawford-52 E1 Cajon-25 Oceanside-44 and Escondido- E1 Cajon-31 Grossmont-28 E1 Cajon-31 Point Loma-28 E1 Cajon-19 Granite Hills-39 E1 Cajon-18 E1 Capitan-46 E1 Cajon-28 Monte Vista-27 E1 Cajon-25 Mount Miguel-34 E1 Cajon- 19 Helix-42 E1 Cajon won their race at Mt. Sac. and placed third in the Aztec Invitational. . : f .nt :Xff?,.A,.vxX .. r . sifg i ilfbsii " ' .... .-gh :'j3,fu:E S' ,........,-w ,--0 I -f - ,.,,.,....- ..,......- -13, " " A2932 - ,, +i"': ' wr -fSf.6M -ii. Aifefiff - -:f ' . :.::- . :: as :, Q51 mx :w if fs? ES -- M is-NVQ to n.t r 1 v- 522 2hfii:.lSf s2zz:'w1 can ,, " . vw gm M522-.gg zfifxifiifkgsig- Abi.-Sifle., . ,W ., NWS. ,-Agp ,,.xN.A5i,uw ,gwipms-,ini - . 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COACH TOMPKINS mmm -x uf ,QQ .ug 1339- ,, . Y. -x Ms 1. 3. .3 x QKKQQIQ W., .. 5 ... E QW 2542. ...-.-.RFS ERE? E Q x 1199 3, fe. ,Q ,- -MW +4 .Q 2, Q, ,aw . 2. ,.., .... fax xm V --wx 1. 1 EzA5z4. ziiiui' biz? x , . x fm ,Q , Y COACH FOSTER TOP ROW: W. Cole, B. McRoberts, B. Ruff, R. Wqod, B. Marlin, I. Dew, M. Maston, L. Castle, Mgr. BOTTOM ROW: M ' ' J. oorehouse, Mgr., T. Davldson, R. Watson, J. McIntyre, I. Gonzales, S. I-hldreth, A. JamGS, L- K1'HUOChVi1, T. Smith, Mgr. . E v E E 2 5 i Z 5 Q 9 E E 2 , 5 5 1 Dan Robeson - 157 lbs. Bill Williams - 106 lbs. Tom Jackson - 115 lbs. Cary Dinkins - 123 lbs. El Cajon - 25 Clairemont - 17 El Cajon - 40 Crawford - 10 El Cajon - 10 Mount Miguel - 34 El Cajon - 14 Monte Vista - 26 El Cajon - 17 Lincoln - 22 E1 Cajon - 20 Helix - 19 El Cajon - 29 Escondido - 17 El Cajon - 22 Crossmont - 16 El Cajon - 26 Granite Hills - 15 El Cajon - 28 El Capitan - 12 Tony Neighbors - 136 lbs Butch Duggar - 148 lbs. Bob State - 168 lb W -M Vi? 5: My ,tgwp M. 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M, 5 a Act1on Frosh Baseball Hall Of F ame Russ Eackgg - 62 Bob Christian .. 63 Dave Nuttall - 64 K is 'lake -- , f -f , ,. A I 3 f. E . , , -,gf 1 l.Ga,1:y1Bganstetter - 61 1 lg 1 " a, ' S 1. ., L, L gig xy 2?kiQegf1W1.fQ1 , KiQ'2aQswLivZ"L1U,, . if W ,, . figs. Swiiiflf HSQQIKQESQQ iw' 'siggiggli S S ,..w.Ul,fy-Ugwf X igigfgralwp ., nl isiliifzfif X N ,wsu '-fw,.rg-'gwgiz fsxz:s:fzQalz waiszg S S 5552! '-zfiii?fisiiillsfiigssggsifkif . 'MsiaQ37Q33'W?559S5fZi Wvs1'av-fak??A-aw-1 45243 :g S W'2gS5fas1ist?iz 525 'l.l 'Hs lisixa ., lal. S,,5, ,--. l,- I l,-l LQITV 60 X -a:?Qs5x?las1la55zs1a:9aff 'Segal B111 Chnstzlansen .. 59 Gary Hokensen - 58 11m Portlock - 57 Alan Hall - 56 : 1 X :paw ' 5 . +V. ':, .' -'A Wig:-i-.ev141591753-fv'fYS5511V .. is sSfA,'4a!l2fL? , l5+11:4zl'f.0125fw A, . 6 .. ,ll,ln N A L .. ,..,. 3, ' ff f K : V Mikal:-Q 'giigfss-'2g2sg,sa1'f1i is ' S" Z - ,.. 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To Climax the tenth anniversary at El Cajon, Coach Elliott's varsity baseballers tied with Grossmont for the league champion- ship. The baseball co-championship was the first of its kind ever at El Cajon. The Braves' overall record was 8 wins, 3 losses, and were rated number 2 in San Diego County's top ten. Even more excitement was added when the Braves defeated Sweetwater 4-2 in the opening game of the post-season playoffs . In the second game, the Braves led San Diego 6-2, but in the end, bowed to the Cavers 7-6. With this loss, ended one of the best, most rewarding, and most exciting baseball seasons ever played at El Cajon. 93152. . . . ' ' ' ' TESEIQSEESBESK, ' ' ' -V ' I ' , " . , ,. , ' . " ,,.v 'I igffyigg ' . g? KH 'Q I ' ' ' . 1-F"-:"::?':' :. :::::::-.'.," ' . I . ,. 4. I., I I -. , X :-I'i3sEiIas:ff:sal'. 1 5512- - zs.' "H 5 f- I M ff" j'f5LA.k, 'll??L? 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Sincere ly, '65 LEGEND Staff LEMON GROVE PAINT 81 BODY CO. Wheel Alignment- OFFICIAL Balancing BRAKE Brake Service STATION Body and Fender Repairs 7315 Broadway Clarence P. Scheidle Lemon Grove, Calif. Phone 463-2512 titwilglf 1 nleo . 1 ..:1 . .-.- Q - L' A .ooo 6 ji , .i?ffQg: ,.,1w ' z. L 6' o'l"f' B' Q- m1o" A A .?'i!i?fEgfeE 3 ,, ' congraruiations to the Graduating ciass of '65 EL CAJON MORTUARY AND VALLEY CHAPEL 624 El Cajon Blvd., El Cajon, Calif. George Roach - President a-nd Director Phone 442-6677 204 GIL'S JEWELRY 130 East Main - El Cajon JACK-IN-THE-BOX EL CAJON BEAUTY COLLEGE 140 so. Magnolia, EI Cajon West Main E1 Cajon Sir, 2? I gala I Congratulations Class of '65 Good Luck Class of '65 ELM'S CLOTHING gl SHOES SATELLITE DISCOUNT CORNER -Since 1936- Corner of First and Main Courtesy Courtesy Of BALLANTYNE BUICK 300 EI Cajon Blvd - E. C . BOYD ANDERSON STUDIOS -,1 MCMAHANS 261 E. Main Phone 442-8891 Congratulations To The Class of '65 MAIN STREET CAR WASH 111 So. First Street, El Cajon L Courtesy of ACE AUTO SUPPLY 799 El Cajon Blvd. - El Cajon DAVIS MARKET 1152 West Main El Cajon VALLEY MUSIC STORE 530 E. Main El Cajon, California Congratulations to the Class of '65 WM. R. LEWIS REALTOR 790 E. Washington El Cajon Good Luck "Grads" EL CAJON THEATRE El Cajon Courtesy of DIAMOND MART Discount jewelers Courtesy HATCH CHEVROLET 850 El Cajon Boulevard El Cajon, California Good Luck Graduates KAE'S TOYLAND 1070 E. Main St. - El Cajon CERAMIC TILE SERVICE Paul R. Way 444-9073 THE HAYSEED 456 N. Magnolia Ave. Phone - 444-3129 STONEY'S ROCK 'N ROLL MARKET 802 jamacha El Cajon SKIP'S BICYCLE SHOP 238 W. Main St. El Cajon Sponsored by VALET TUXEDO RENTAL SERVICE E1 Cajon Courtesy of Flowers by MARGUERITTE Compliments of R. L. WALTERS CO. PRINTING B 910 E. Washington Ave. E1 Cajon Congratulations to Class of 1965 AKKEN'S NEW 81 USED FURNITURE 557 El Cajon Blvd - E. C. -444-6744 HERFF-JONES CO. Class Rings and Announcements ALAN ARCHARD, INC. 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