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

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Customary tales of the past were faithfully attended, while dances depicting a warrior's triumph or the death of an eagle possibly aroused greater fervor. Perhaps most eagerly awaited was the proclamation of the power of the peace pipe, symbolizing the noblest hope of all the Indian nations. The legends of the past come up to meet usg building upon this experience each generation creates a new saga. These legends, reflecting our traditions, develop as we fulfill our roles in life. This yearbook is the LEGEND of 1967, a new chapter in the long tale, and you are the characters. ,,, 4 iv' I L I ,,. lt, 5 f t- , 3 fm T! fnuxc? l f 6 aw fag Y'-mf MR jOHN LOGSDON TABLE UF CONTENTS CLASSES 80 ACTIVITIES Ili SPORTS I68 I I 'v x, ,,:,,' 6 '1"fi.. Z' i.-'X Vlfb' 5 ef 'Q . - . I ' . '..,- 'fl'- , iff: "mf ' X , I .-' rf :' iX.Q.ex! QQ: li? Q. - .- N 'I Qi my W-5'-V' bl! 1 Q -L Zkkk Long ago, the Narkosa Tribe fell upon hard times as the buffalo, upon which they depended for food, began to disappear from their area. A long and tedious winter of searching out what little food there was available under the snow resulted in the death of the very old and the very young and left those strong enough to survive pale and weak from hunger. The spring brought fresh small game, and some relief but the next winter claimed still more victims. One day a stranger appeared dressed in a black robe. He told of peace and friendship which all men should lcnow. The Narkosas, having never seen such a man before, thought him to be a god who had been sent to relieve them of their sufferings. The man taught the tribe to dig in the ground and plant the many seeds that he carried with him in a strange sack. He kept the Indians weeding and Watering and caring for the young plants that sprang from the ground. When the fall came there was a large harvest and great amounts of food were stored away for winter. From that time the Narkosas sowed and harvested grain for their livelihood and were grateful for the happier and more abundant life that their friend had given them. K r 1 Yap! 1 Y 5.1 5 f A 6' Q 7 e 5: ,gf kr! 10 A FAC U,-TY MLTZZ ZgfiZfZf V I f M X x MQW -ffgwjg WM DV 1 r 1 1, 1" f ' , I " f i 4 .1 I 4 f - 7 11 V - , . I 1 I 'f 1 ' f f 1 ! j 1 . 1 I . CZQAMX WM , M Q 3759!-efzyb ,AMS wwf-Q5 Q7 W A R R! H 7 Principal Mr . Cornelius fi Vice - Principal Mr. Greta 5' .1 vast.. .ww Mr. John T. Warburton SUPERINTENDENT DISTRICT ADM! ISTRATIO In order for a school system to function effectively, it needs the experience and guidance provided by capable administrators. The Grossmont Union High School District has gained recognition as being one of the best in nation. We wish to extend our the thanks to Mr. john T. Warburton and the Board of Trustees for helping to make such an possible. honor e-ea' FRONT was Mr. Stanley McClintic ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT Robert Dryden l 1 COUNSELORS A, pull- ,. 3 X . 1 ' . X -v " 5 g time Mr. Henry-Dean of Students 4" it Mrs Marshall-12th grade ,.!P'm e if ,xx ff Mr. Lundquist-9th grade Among the "unsung-heroes" of our - campus are the class counselors. Working quietly and most often "behind-the-scenes" they seek to assist teachers, students, and parents in such a Way that each can make his fullest contribution to the development of the student. Much of the work then goes Lmnoticed, as they seek to promote student-parent and teacher- student relationships, and in addition to try to help students better understand themselves as they plan their courses each year and prepare for "life beyond high school" . Mr. Gross-11th grade Mr. Foster-10th grade I is 1 1 'E 'EX 5 1 ,rg , x .,., , , Cafblerza CL e Smfjf r by A fl 6, , '- i f 5 E L A L' ., ' of wi' Wi' ,. 4 'L -f K, - Y .. V . -. if , L. I if 1, to r.-Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Turvey, Mrs. Lepper, Mrs, Brandt, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Rappolee N. . W ' 017506 SM17' M... 5 -mm-N., ' fp. 2.491 Y. "' ' I--.. , iii 5, 'N 4' X If . l ag' 'Y E W ' L, .. ,, .hi 1 M e I MQW is HL - M f H ' :gn V. X fl? f 17, ,,,V 2 , K W ' 2 7 w ' 1 E f if V W .. L ., I L . A Zi 3 ' f Eg 4 13 - if 3 1 , , , x r -. 1 1. to r.-Mrs, Ballantyne, Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Barrows, Mrs. Coward, Mrs. Pierson, Mrs. Peebles, Mrs. Passino, Mrs. Rassmuscen Teachers' Aides G Assistants: front row-Richard Rogers, Dianne Sloan, Ruth Logsdon, Thelma Blankenship back row-Art Albanese, Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery, Bill Posch- man, Bob Trovaten. not shown: Alan Duke, Bob Smith, Bob Wat:- kins IFIED STAFF Mrs. Buckg Girls' P.E. Attendant 'fans "1 .JK V0 , 1 51, Mrs. Bain, Library Assistant I ff. CUSTODIANS E-'W f T ---1 "-vi sri 1 g .- M wE,zr??"'E 1--fn .4""' fe 1 Q-.gg b y' 'Q' JE -" M J' f.x. A ii' '34 Ia - A -- he f - -X - v fe. -A! 'V I hi , . 1 '- W ' if . Ni 'I X ' T: L . 'Y VY., y 'K ft" C, 2 n A, ff . - W3 K --5 -ai A 3' ' 'S 3 L . C A L I ' it front row, 11. to r.j Mr. Frandsen, Mr. Neutzling, Mr. Hines back row, 11. to r.J Mr. Cardinal, Mr. Trebes, Mr. Cater, Mr. Glass, Mr. Russell, Mr. Crane, Mr. Reid, Mr, Waller Mr . Slatinskyg Boys' P. E. Attendant yn-.M 3 fx- g. 'U Mr. WISE, Mr. Crozier, Mr. Mackinnon GROUNDSMEN Bartlett, Leslie Woodworking B. A. -SDSC Bosley, james Geometry, Mafha B.S, -U.C. Davis M.A. -U, C. Davis B.A. -San Jose State X jg M.A. N , w Bonme Univ. of 'Iowa Brooks, Barbara English B.A. -Long Beach State M.A. -LBSC A.A. -Long Beach St If ' A5 . J' 4 , gg? '1- :kk rr 5. 7 if" Q yi 446 Q MF' J ,335 f ff 4- Q .,k. 91 3,93 af 'K AC" Bo K V . , Health B., 7- U. of Minn. , Jos eph Engl ish e 451 U ' 4154933359 as Fulcher, Alan . .- a u, :wif h, . L ,L . ' ' :" H - :'- .'-- f '55 . ,QMS Q l M .. ,Q ia if ml . .3 3 ,g ,, h f . , h A if!! -.iii 2 V - 3 ,,. W qw 3f?"!"?3'i A ,. MM,-P...ffg:f3:9242J f gievrifag--was-fkwivg. Halliburton, Juanita English B.A. -San Fernando State M. A. -SDSC ff fit? Sv. - ,.,... . Halte, Donald Ind. Am, Boys' B. A. -SDSC 'QRS' if MQW, . gm W I ..ogm,m, : g w k . , . ' . 1: .- A ,. Nw SN.. N -sin:-c,:-. t . .- 'L pig SHPE 6' K S Hart,g ,Chard English, Geogr hy B.A.-SDSC S . H, f V in Arts, Farm Shop ff B,A. -U. of Minnesota um fw -' M,A. of Minnesota Homesley, Robertta Girls' P,E, B A ,Kwai Krattli, james W Physics, Chemistry, Math, Auto Shop B. A, -Southwest Missouri State - Lutz, Harold Choir, Typing, ' Business Law M.A. -Clairmont A -1 -swiffelfaiiiiffiie is , K Ev H: ssifliiiiiii ef: 55591. ,nw-5i'e' 1-exzifr A ilssswsaf-mffi'gs" - -- .sss I he 'Yi as-gieiflyfiif , e . ii' ww ,A . S f ,. f , .,,.,, f.. A . . wg Maize, Wendell English, Cross Country, Track B.A. -San Diego State ohn State Petersen, Sharon Speech, English B.A. -San Diego State Poly sian Povenmire, Goldie School Nurse if B.S.C, -Ohio S W University? ' ' K I Mathews, Edward ' lv Military Science, X . ceog., U.s. Hist., 'i - English B.A, -San Diego State V X rf V 3 A.: . "-.3"3'5, :game im ff, sm me flaw 5 up ,gv A.V,.Q M 1 .M1,bisgEW3 K A i f I i A xiii? my -I Y L1 35 J Q Q ' we x " - .. -- -'A-'A if 5 t - M- W 5 .::-, ::.f3::.,, :ff-gm HEL 55 ml W AS- argl 1 1 M A A-1 .-: fe - .. : AVSPX 'N' me -: 'A- flff. Q41 Bw Sf, ,H if , 5, S M ig I A 22 233 E Q 'gi ,SE I :: n: ,-- mf. S "' f:---g,.5,,.,:f:q,, L E ., ww? .57 sz , 1' S- we SN, QQ? I I , 5 .Yi X 3 '14 X, Q,7NSf Swennes, Leland Art, Crafts, B.A, -San Diego State Q 'Q Sie an Q Stone, Rolland U.S, Hist., Typing, Gen. Business B.A.-Univ. of Redlands John Algebra Tompkins, Lee Mathematics, Boys' P,E, B.A. -San Diego State 2 X ' 4 i . A 33, , , ,.,,,f11ffr21 F X' S' s 4 55 r Nif'v 1 X, 1 , 5 t sl Y 3 .A XX h -S E J , he .ill .ff ' E L I gig. 5, me Q siaxisei we 6 was W'-- --,h-A Wm S. ,,,.,. . .,.. , .L2,.1,,.l,Ax,. S . Wilma awww A, L, Va. - Elizabeth e - h s raina. W B A A ' of ann ., Qs.. A . W ' "':' :" W f-my W . S 5 3 iii- W - -fgiigwwza, W 3 fe W . -Pasadena .QL- .3 Trysla, John English, Reading B.A. -San Diego State 424313 feiigl, " - Img., ,mn A H Welbaum, Soc. Studies Math, Boys Williams, William Crafts, Wood Shop, Boys' P, E, , .....-an "' Williams, David Chemistry B.A. -San Diego State Young, .Q B S -Univ. of English, Ge Wisconsin -V ,,.. 'ah 2 if ff, ff? ' 1 3 P M Q 256 V :QQ Q 4 if ff! . . ,,ff' f'7.W ll Vf ffv dy " ' 'W 1 ff ' f ff ,lf ' ff l' lydlfrwm, l X 1' 6 , Z , 12, f f If I 4 f ,1 , I f I Q W f ' i l X ff lf, f if 7 ff ' ,fgfffl ",,gc'f ff ' ,Mx f 77' ffl, nj! f ol j . , :rx 'Q lf l J . 'v 5 'D Auroras were believed to be torches held in the hands of spirits that had come to lead the souls of men over the abyss at the edge of the world. On the other side, a land which held nothing but good awaited them . It was a land where disease and hardship did not exist even in dreams. There was never hunger or thirst. Food and X drink were in abundance for those who used the light of the xx spirits wisely. Those, however, who stood for the moment and gazed at the beautiful light as it shimmered down into the abyss, X' Qs hoping to keep it forever, were left on the earthly side A,-,QT 4 with only thoughts of what could have been had they not used the gift an "Q" of the spirits foolishly. l 62 A ,... f , S S 3... In Everything 1 SSE 5: Q Mlke Chmramonte Cynth1a Runje Mlke Remhold Cathy Garcxa n STA - Susan Mackensen TCITY I9-mes In SC1'1013St1CS Frank Barrett In Appearance Faith Janeski ,XZ 3 J DOUTS O Serv. e 01 ,...n......., In Sch lc h WQYI1 e Stan! De e Kirk ey K :Mk L X x --..--! 1 we N , ':h n I p " 51 T J! 'K if 'xr ' if ' . , n f 4 0 Q , kg V- A p 2' F , In Coquetry Larry King . av ri I ir? . irl I gil 1 I ,AQ Terry Smithey ,n f "" ' ' 33- R , .J ,,,L -W .ati 9,4-f J I f' In Compatibility Fiickvllgysdal U Y illiams X, SE IOR Q. X lx' lx 1 x M, vi V 1 Bank of America Trophy Winner TH 8 SCIENCE Barrett VW 'array Bank of America Trophy Winner VOCATIONAL ARTS Lakin DAR-Good Citizen Award Reiko Kubota Elks Foundation "Most Valuable Student Scholarship Award" Fourth Place Sherilee Roberts NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Letters of Commendation. FRONT ROW: Frank Barrett, Pam Smart, Reiko Kubota, Leslie Pugh. BACK BOY,S STATE ROW: jerry Owens, jim Halverson. NOT PICTURED: Sherilee Roberts. Leroy Woods 28 A UZIRDS Bank of America Trophy Winner FINE ARTS , ,- Roger Anderson CALIFORNLA STATE SCHOLAR- SHIP SEMI-FINALISTS: FRONT ROW: Reiko Kubota, Leslie Pugh Pam Smart, Pat Lucas. BACK ROW: Susan Mackensen, Gail Pennington, Pat Faverty, Louis Pandolfi, Jerry Owens. NOT PIC- TURED: Frank Barrett, Sherilee Roberts, Billie Riley. 7 BANK OF AMERICA ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS IN SPECIFIC FIELDS: ART, Michelle Pinneyg FOREIGN LANGUAGE, Susan jack, HOME ECONOMICS, Carolyn Florance, MUSIC, Marylee Mershon, SOCIAL SCIENCE, Pam Smart, BUSINESS, Lucia Edmondson, TRADES 8 INDUSTRIES, Walter Bentsen, LAB SCIENCE, jim Halverson, MATH, Louis Pandolfig ENGLISH Susan Mackensen. Bank of America Trophy Winner LIBERAL ARTS Reiko Kubota ui-1-11 IIIIIIIII Y Chairman: Kathy Owens DANCE G ASSE GIFT Chairman: Cathy K 30 PROM 5 N C C 4 r QD K' QYA I TT C' CALENDAR E W E BACCALA UREA TE i CARDS C9 ANNOUNCEMENTS s 1 5 S! .JL -'- irman: Linda Wheelock FUN NITE ., ii ,Eff fr 3 'ZLTQA ' Q " IW N. lA Wu.. ' ' K 0 st X Chairman: joan Warren P Mm PRI VILEGE WA YS G MEANS Chairman: Pat Speckman SE IOR HISTORY A somewhat less than shapely gentleman hamming it up in a loosefitting bikini, a lost basketball and a painted donkey's bray, a first in the world of thirsty seniors, and the thrill and excitement of a well-deserved athletic four year survivor. The Class of '67, once- sophomores, judicious juniors, are now four year courses in humanity. What is remains to be scribbled down in a histo- Happiness is. trophy, are never lost to the mind of a eager freshmen, somewhat lazy finishers of one of the most important behind is recorded and what is ahead rian's notebook. 63-64 If this guy pu1ls'my ears one more time. . .64-65 Who is REALLY buried under the senior fountain ? 65 -66 Robust beauties- Faculty Homecoming Queen 66-67 President john Wray Vice -President Karen Nagle OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer Susan Mackenson Pat Ainsley Shirley Haislip 3 . 88 Frank Barrett 3.82 Valedictorian Susan Mackenson--4. OO l Sherilee Roberts 3-80 Billie Riley Lynn Allen Margie Applegate Ron Bre an Larry Brimmer Janis Creed Susan Davis 3.79 Gene Baker Vicki Brubaker Lucia Edmondsen Tim Baker Diana Bryan Pat F averty Lorraine Bennett Donna Christensen Roger Gregory Walter Bentsen Darlene Clemmons jim Halverson l Salutatorian 1 Reiko Kubota--3.91 l Gail Pennington 3.73 Susan Jack 3. 76 GRADS jim Kenny jerry Owens Pam Smart Larry Kingsland Kathy Owens Judy Snow Carol Smith 3 . 72 John Wray 3.72 Frank Kocher Marjorie Lakin Pat Lucas Natalie Nelson 3 Year August Grad Louis Pandolfj Leslie Pugh Sharon Ricketts Rick Tysdal M ary Vierkant Linda Wheelock Leslie Shoquist is . , li: if V. W Y 25? -Q ,il - " Judy Williams FREDRICK EUGENE AGUNDES "Fred" Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: IV Cross-country 35 Golf 35 Baseball 4. PATRICIA RAE AINSLEY Future Plans: SDSC, Public Relations or Histo fy. Activities: AFS 1,2,3,4, T Vice Pres. 5 Pres.5 Class Coun- cil 1,3,45 Sr. Class Treas.5 Megebeceps 25 Girls' League 152,35 ASB Asst. 45 Archbearer 35 Library Asst. 25 Nomina. Conventions 2, 3,4. FRANK IESUS ALVAREZ .vchueyn Future Plars: Grossmont College, Architectural Drafting5 Air Force. Activities: Frosh Football5 Frosh Basketballg IV Football, Varsity Football. ting LYNN RAE ALLEN Future Plans: Bible College. reas. , Activities: CSF 2, 35 Archbearer 3. GORDON LEE ANDERSON IlAndyll Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: IV and Varsity Foot- ball. ROGER DEAN ANDERSON "Spiderman" Future Plans: SDSC, Music. Activities: Marching Band 1, 2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,45 Orchestra. 2,3,45 Band Staff 2, 35 Nominating Conventions 1,25 Usher 35 Dialectos 2,3545 NFL 2, 3,45 Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney 1. MARJORIE ELLEN APPLEGATE DAVID HOWARD ARMSTRONG "Mag" "Curly1ocks" Future Plans: SDSC, Data Pro- Future Plans: Grossmont College. cessing. TIMOTHY WAYNE BAER -1-I-im.. Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 36 ADRIANNA LEE BAJEMA Future Plans: Grossmont College5 SDSC, Home Economics. GLEN BAGGETT Future Plans: Grossmont College, Industrial Arrs. Activities: Football 13 Wrestling 1, 2 , 3 . EUGENE WAYNE BAKER Future Plans: SDSC, Biology. Activities: Megebeceps 2, 3. TIM BAKER Future Plans: SDSC. Activities: Band, Golf, Track, THOUGHT Editor 4. THOMAS GRANT BARNES H-I-omn VICKI DAIJE BAKER llvicil Future Plan: Grossmont College, Business, Kelsey Jennings Busi- ness School. Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 35 Nominating Conventions 1, 2,33 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm., Bravettes 3, Hand Lt. 4. N? FRANK WILLIAM BARRETT V-Pepper., Future Plansf SDSC. Activities: Football 2, 35 CSF 2, 3, Life Member 4. WILLIAM THOMAS BAXTER "Billy Bam" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Civil Engineer. Activities: School Engraver 1, 2, JV Baseball Mgr. 1. f SHANNON MICHAEL BALDASSINI nMike-. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business Administration. Activitisz Sr. Cards and An- nouncements Comm. JOE BATTAGLIA "Hercules" Activities: Track 3, 4. ',-' , - '49 MEDFORD CARL BEAUREGARD ..Med.. Future Plans: Grossmont College, General Courses. Activities: Tennis 2,3,4. NANClE CAROL BEDDOW "Blondie" Future Plans: Mesa College, Art5 E. C. Beauty College. Activities: Girls' League 4. VIRGINIA LORRAINE BENNETT "Lorraine" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Bravettes 35 Girls League 45 School Service5 Nom- inating Convention 35 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Y-teens 4. MICHAEL CARL BEST "Mike" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 2535 Megebeceps 2. KATHI LOU BEVER lIKad1lI Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Bravettes 3,45 Cam- pus Life 1,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm.5 Y-teens 45 Girls' League 4. LINDA KAY BENDER Business. Activities: Girls' League 1,2 45 Nominating Conventions 1, 25 Sr, Privilege Comm.5 Y-teens 45 Archbearer 35 AFS 4. WALTER ALFRED BENTSEN "Wally" Future Plans: SDSC, Engineer- ing. Activities: Cross Country 15 Track 15 Y.F.C.3 Usher 3. PEGGY LYNN BERNARD Future Plans: E.C. Beauty College. Activities: B1-avettes5 Girls' League 152,35 Tab 8 Campus. Future Plans: Grossmont College, KAREN SUE BEVER Future Plans: Grossmont College5 Marriage. Activities: Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney 25 Bravettes 3,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm.5 Campus Life 3, 45 Y-teens 45 Girls' League 45 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. BEVERLY ANN Bl-IVERS THOMAS JAMES BEVIS Future Plans: Grossmont College. "Tom" English, Future Plans: Carpenter. Activities: Sr. Ways 8 Means Activities: Football 1,2,3,4. Comm. CHARLES BLNGHAM DAVID GEORGE BINGHAM "Chuck" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Future Plans: Work. Activities: Wrestling 3, 45 Sr. Activities: Football. MICHAEL ALLEN BLEVINS "Mike" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Football 45 Sr. Pub- licity Comm.: jr. Achieve- ment5 Choir Pres. 4. Tab 8 Campus 35 Football 45 Boys' Federation 3. LINDA CAROL BOHAC 1-Dawn.. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Music. Activities: Choir l,2,3,45 Drama Club 15 Dia1ectos5 Nom- inating Convention 15 Treble- aires 2, 3, 4. MARIORIE KAY BOOKOUT lYRedll Future Plans: Dental College, Dental Asst. Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2, 3,45 Choir Staff 2, 3,45 Girls' League 2, 35 Nominating Con- ventions 3,45 Sr. Baccalaureate 21 Commencement Comm. Fun Night Comm.5 Library Asst. 1, 25 Drama Club 1, 25 Speech Tourneys. DEBORAH LEE BLAND lIDebll Future Plans: Grossmont College, Secretary. Activities: Girls' League 1,45 Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm.: Archbearer 3. is-222'?x . .--, ,W KENNETH ELTON ITTOM nxenneyn Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Nominating Convention 15 Mar-ching Band 15 Concert Band 1. SHARMIE LOU BLEVINS "Shanxi" Future Plans: Business College, Secretaryg Marriage. Activities: Tab 8 Campus 15 Roman Braves 1, 25 Bravettes, 3,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm Campus Life 45 Girls' League 45 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. DENNIS DURWLN BOND Future Plans: Siskyu College, Forestry. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,45 Wrestling 1, Z, 3. DENNIS PAUL BOWLING Future Plan: SDSC, industrial Arts. Activities: Military Science 1, 2, 3, 4. ONETA LOUISE BOYD Noni!! Future Plans: Grossmont College, Secretary, Drama. Activities: Trebleaires 3,45 Bravettes 35 Girls' League 1,25 3,45 Drama Club5 Choir 1,2, 3,45 Choir Staff 1,2,3,4. Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm. REFUGIO BRAVO Future Plans: SDSC, Structural Engineer. Activities: Cross Country 2, 35 Track 1,2,3,45 Tab 8 Campus5 Boy's Federation 3. DONALD WAYNE BOYETT THOMAS PATRICK BRADY lIDonII lI'I'on,lH Future Plans: Electronics. Future Plans: Grossmont College5 Activities: Drama Club 1,2535 SDSC. 4. """i,'? RANDALL DEAN BRIDWELL uRand,y.. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Automechanics. Activities: Football mgr. 1,2, 35 Baseball mgr. 1,25 35 Vani- ty Club 2, 3, 4. VICKI LEE BRUBAKER llvicif Future Plans: Grossmont College Secretary. Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 45 LEGEND Staff Business Mgr. 45 Sr. Privilege Comm.5 Arch- bearer 3. Activities: Concert Band 1,2, 3,45 Marching Band l, 2, 3,45 Frosh BaSketball5 Varsity Band 1,2,3,45 Band Staff 2, 3. RONALD LEE BREAN IlBhufo!,dll Futme Plans: Grossmont College 8 U.S. Air Force Academy. Activities: LEGEND Sports Ed. 3, Co-Editor 45 "C" Track 15 "B" Track 25 Varsity Track 3, 45 Frosh Footba1l5 CSF 2,3,45 Usher 3. LARRY DANE BRIMNER GORDON JOSEPH BROOKE Future Plars: Cal Westem. Future Plans: SDSC, Physical Activities: Boys' Federation 2, Education. 35 Usher 35 Nominating Con- Activities: Track 15 Nominat- vention 25 Sr. Baccalaureate ing Convention 35 Sr. Cards 8 5 Commencement Comm. Announcements Comm. Chairman. DIANA JUNE BRYAN v-Pug.. Activities: Archbearer 35 Girls' League 15 Nominating Conven- tion 35 Megabeceps5 Bravettes 3, Hand Lt. 45 Sr. Privilege Comm. LINDA ANN BUCHANAN Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,2, Bravettes 4, Sr. Pr-om Comm. KATHY SUE BUTTS "Half Pint" Future Plans: Missionary. TERRIEL ANN CARPENTER "Teri" Future Plans: Denton Nursing School of Texas, Nurse. DIANA JEAN CASTEEL Future Plans: Grossmont College 8 SDSC, Teaching. Activities: Girls' League 1, 3, Banner Corps 2, Nominating Conventions 1, 3, Bravettes 3, 4, Y-teens 3, 4, Eastern San Diego County Fair Princess Nominee, Sr. Prom Comm., Bravettes Historian 4, Repre- sentative Queen for ECVHS at Chaifey Parade, Long Beach Corps Banner 4. A HOWARD JAMES BURTON A Future Plans: Grossmont College, Music. Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3. CAROL LYNNE CAMPBELL Future Plans: SDSC, Grossmont College Activities: Girls' League: AFS, Sr. Privilege Comm. MICKEY MARTIN CAMPBELL HMOOW.. Future Plans: SDSC, Mathema- tics 8 Physical Education. Activities: Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Varsity Club 3,43 Baseball 4. ff SHIRE" ' ' !if,l.fT:?i13' V SPENCER WILLARD CASEBOLT "Spence" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Electronics. 'mf PATRICIA KAY CASIAS Future Plans: Gr-ossmont Collegeg Beauty College. Activities: Nominating Conven- tion 3. ROBERT ALLEN CHANDLER Activities: Band 1,2,33 Dia- lectos 2. RONALD GENE CHANDLER !IRonll Future Plans: Grossmont College, Electronics 8 Engineering. Activities: Sr. Prom Comm. , Golf. ALAN BRIAN CHAVES "Alfi" Future Plans: Air Force Academy GEORGE RAY CHOATE Future Plans: SDSC, Crimino- JAMES CARL CHIARAMONTE MICHAEL R. CHIARAMONTE uxjimux usuper Wopfx Future Plans: SDSC, Teacher, Activities: Football 1,2,3,43 logy. DONNA LEA CHRISTENSEN Future Plans: Grossmont College, Police Science. Activities: Roman Braves 13 Girls' League 23 Drama Club 23 Archbearer 33 Nominating Convention 33 Bravettes 43 Sr. Gift Comm. Criminology. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Activities: Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Varsity Club 3,43 4. School Service 3,43 Class Council 1,2. BRADLEY WARREN CLARK "Brad" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Civil Engineering. Activities: Football 13 Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 3. CHARLES LEONARD CLARK "Chuck" Future Plans: SDSC, Marine Geology. Activities: Tab 8 Campus 25 Sr. Gift Comm. g Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 43 Usher 33 Megebeceps 2. JANNE NADEAN CLASON "jannie" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Drama. Activities: Drama Club 1, 3, 4, Treas. 23 Nominating Conven- tions 1, 2, 33 Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney, Sr. Cards 8 Announce- ments Comm. JON cualzx "Eric" Future Plans: Grossmont College. DARLENE FULAS CLEMMONS -.Darn Future Plans: Business College. Activities: Hockey Team 2, 35 Archbearer 3. HAROLD MARTIN CONNELL Future Plans: Architecture. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Vaisity Club 2, 3, 4, Nominating Convention 3, Choir 4. GEORGE KEITH CORCORAN .-Corky.. Future Plans: Air Force Pilot. STEPHEN L. CODY "Steve" Future Plans: City College, Automotives. ARTHUR L. COWAN "Lark" Future Plans: Music, Electron- ics. Activities: Radio Club, Sr, Fun Night Comm. LDIDA ANN COWAN "Elsie" Futu.re Plans: Calif. Baptist College, Secondary Education. Activitiaz Girls' League. CHRISTINE R. COMMONIS nsamn Future Plans: Grossmont College, Police Science. Activities: Girls' Leagueg F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Future Farmer- ettes 2, 3, 4. STEVEN MICHAEL COOLEY "Steve" Future Plans: SDSC3 Cal West ern, Law. Activities: Frosh Football, Megebeceps. SHARON CORSON "Crisco" Future Plans: Raise a. family. Activities: Girls' League 1,2. SCOTT THOMAS COXON "Scooter" Future Plans: Automechanicsg J. C. Activities: Swimming Team. JOHN STEVENS CRAMPTON Future Plans: Grossmont College5 SDSC, Law. CAROL LYNN CRISPIN Future Plans: Dental Asst. Activities: Girls' League 1,3, 45 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Privi- lege Comm.5 Y-teens 4. JANIS DIANE CREED .Ilan-1 Future Plans: SDSC, Language. Activities: Tennis Club 25 Les Chevalier-s 35 Girls' League 25 Sr. Baccalaureate 8 Commence- ment Comm.5 Archbearer 3. PAULA JEAN CRESSWELL Future Plans: SDSC, Activities: Banner Corps 1, 25 Bravettes 3, Capt. 45 Girls' League 35 Sr. Fun Night Comm.5 Nominating Conventions 1, 3, 45 Frosh-Soph Speech Toumey. RAYMOND EDWARD CROSSLEY ..Rayu Future Plans: Grossmont College, Automechanics. Activities: Football 1,25 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, Treas. 4. jOE ESTEBAN CRUZ PETER CURIONE JERRY ALLEN DAVIS Future Plans: Grossmont College, Criminology. upeteu Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Band. BARBARA ELIZABETH DAVEY uBa,,bn Future Plans Grossmont College, Physical Education. Activities: Marching Band 1, 2,35 Concert Band 2, 35 Girls' League 35 Nominating Conven- tions 1,25 Roman Braves 15 Class Council 1, 35 Y-teens Em.-if 1,2, 3,45 Sr. Dance 8 Assembly Comm, 5 Sr. Snowball Princess. MICHAEL PATRICK DAVIS "Mike" Future Plans: SDSC, Spanish. Activities: Drama Club 45 Megebeceps 25 Boys' Federa- tion l, 25 Wrestling 4. SU SAN ILE DAVIS Future Plans: Kelsey-J ennings Business College, Business. Activities: Bravettes 3, 45 Archbearer 35 Girls' League 1 25 Track Timer 3, 45 Hurdle- crew 35 Nominating Conven- tion . DRUCILA LEONA DE MURO uDruu Future Plans: Oklahoma Baptist Univ. , Religion. Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,2,35 Girls' League 1, 25 Dialectos 1,25 NFL 3,4. ALENE ROSE DAWSON nRedn Future Plans: Grossmont College Homemaking. Activities: Girls' League 3,45 Sr. Cards and Announcements Comm. 1 ANTHONY jOl-EN DECKERT .VI-ony.. Future Plans: Grossmont College Criminology. Activities: IV Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 4. '16-f 9!"""F W' ANDREA DI GUGLIBLMO lVAndil! Future Plans: Cal Western, Political Science. Activities: Nominating Con- ventions 1,2, 35 Class Council 1,25 Choir 15 Girls' League 1, 2,3,45 Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney 15 Dialectos 2, 3,4, Pres. 35 NFL 2,3,45 Drama Club 2,3,45 'Tab G Campus 1, 2, 3. RONNIE W . DOMINQUFZ Future Plans' Grossmont Colle e. ' S Activities: Football 45 Wrestl- ing 4. if? LA DONNA DICK "Don.nee" Future Plans: E. C. Beauty College. Activities: Sr. Prom Comm.5 Specialties fEl Capj DENNY ALLEN DIEHL MARK DOMINQUEZ Future Plans: Grossmont College, "l-larpo" Engineering, Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: School SerVice5 Library Ass't. 1, 2, 35 Roman Braves 1. PATRICK JAY DON IVAN upatu Future Plans: Grossmont College5 UC at Riverside, Medicine. Activities: Concert Band 1,2, 35 Marching Band 1,2, 35 Varsi- ty Band 2,35 Solo Trumpet 3. 5 l l JAMES EARL DONOHOE l 1. D on., Future Plans: Grossmont College. , Activities: Track 1,2,3, Foot- ball 1. DOUGLAS K. DOWERS Future Plans: Grossmont College, Architecture. Activities: Wrestling 1,23 JV Wrestling 3,43 Varsity "B" Track 3 , 4. LARRY DRIGGERS Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Baseballg Basketball. ARTHUR MUNROE DYER SANDRA JEAN DU Cl-IARME llsandyll Future Plans: Grossmont College. Medical Asst., Airline Steward- ess. Activities: Girls' League 4, Frosh Bowling Braves, Sr. Privi- lege Comm, Nurse's Asst. 2, 3, 4. LUCIA ANNE EDMONDSON JOHN C. DUGGER Futu.re Plan: Grossmont College. Activities: Baseball, Wrestling. JOAN DZIUBA "joannie" Future Plans: SDSC, Science. Activities: Girls' League 3,43 Campus Life, Sr. Cards 8 An- nouncements Comm. Future Plans: Grossmont College, RITA JEAN EGGLESTON SUE ELLEN EISTER Seq-egg-y, Future Plans: Grossmont College, Future Plans: Navy. Activities: Girls' League 1,25 Nominating Conventions 2,3, 4, A,S,B. Asst. 45 Bravettes 3, Hand Lt. 45 Class Council 3,45 Archbearer 3, Sr. Prom Comm., Y-teens 45 L. B,Corps Banner 4. Elementary teacher. Activities: Girls' League 3,45 AFS 45 Sr. Privilege Comm.: Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Future Farmerettes 1,2,3, Treas. 4 WILLIAM RICHARD ELBERFELD nBiuu Future Plans: Mesa College, Airline Pilot. DAN RAY ENGLISH Future Plans: J. C. , Electronics, Coast Guard. Activities: Radio Club, IV Foot- ball, Frosh Cross Count:-y5 Track. SHIRLEY E. ENOS "Snoolcs" Future Plans: SDSC, English 8 Physical Education5 Marriage. Activities: Girls' League, SMOKE SIGNAL. TL. PATRICK WILLIAM FAVERTY UPN.. Future Plans: SDSC, Social Science, Education. Activities: Tennis 3,45 Nomi- nating Conventions 3,45 Cam- pus Life, Dialectos. 1 in-all .K is Q PATRICIA ANN ELLINGTON npattyn Future Plans: SDSC, Dental Asst.: Airline Stewardess. Activities: Cadet Band l, 25 Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3,45 Nominating Conventions 25 Sr. Ways S Means Comm. GAIL TI-IERESE FERGUSON Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Y-teens 2, 35 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 EVELYN CHRISTINA ELLIS IVKI-is!! Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dialectos 2, 35 N'FL 2, 3, Cross Country Mgr. 3, AAU cms' Cross Country 3, 45 Nominating Convention 2, 5 CALVIN H. ENNIS 'ical'- LINDA SUE ERWIN Future Plans: Beauty College KATHRYN MARIE FIEDLER nxadiyu Future Plans: Grossmont College, Art. Activities: Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Choir Staff 3. Future Plans: Grossmont College, BRUCE W . FITZGERALD CAROLYN ANN FLORANCE n-I-Dada RANDALL JAMES FOSTER npdndyu Future Plans: SDSC, Math. Activities: Cross Country 1: Roman Braves 2, 3. Future Plans: Man-iage. Activities: Band 1. ALFRED A . FONTAINE "Fred" Future Plans: SDSC, History. JAMES GEORGE FOUQUETTE eulimuv Future Plans: SDSC, Photogra phy . ROBERT SPRAGUE FRANKLIN -I Bob'- Agriculture S Business. Activities: F.F.A, 1,2,3, Pres. 45 Nominating Convention 33 Senate 45 Sr. Privilege Comm. CATHLEEN MARIE GARCIA HCM-hy., Future Plans: Grossmont College, Physical Education. Activities: Roman Braves lg Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 35 Girls' Leauge 1,2, Pres. 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Sr. Prom Comm.: Y-teens 35 Campus Life 33 School Service 3,4. 95' 48 if-W " ROSE MARY FRAZER Future Plans: Secretary, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 45 Concert Choir 1,23 Arch- bearer 35 Sr, Publicity Comm. STEVE RALPH FRAZER Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE IOA NN GILB "Connie" Future Plans: Grossmont Colle Liberal Education. Activities: Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 43 Nominating Conventions 2, 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 5 Y-tee WILLlAM AMES GILL J "Bill" Future Plans: Service. DALE GENE GILLIHAN Future Plans: SDSC, Civil Engineer, Grossmont College, Computer Programing. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 1, 2. MARTIN B. GIULIANI "Pinnochio" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Forestry. Activities: F,F,A, l,2,3,4, Golf 3, 4. iss wg ALFRED ERON GOODWIN MAIN Future Plans: Air Force. Activities: Radio Club 1,2,3. 1'-Aff MIGUEL ANGEL GRACIA ROSEANNA GREEN Fugm-e Plans: SDSC. Future Plans: Butler Univ. , JO ANN LOUISE GRIBBEN Activities: Girls' League 1,45 Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4, Hurdle Crew 3: Sr. Prom Comm. School of Pharmacy. UT? KATHRINE COULD -a-QQ ROGER VERNON GREGORY Future Plans: Long Beach State, Fine Arts. Activities: Usher 3, Nominating Conventions 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2,3,4g Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh- Soph Speech Tourney 1, 2, Dialectos 4. GAYLE LYNN GUSE "Goose" Future Plans: Grossmont College, History or Language, Travel. Activities: AFS 13 Copy Editor SMOKE SIGNAL 4. SHIRLEY ANN I-IAISLIP Future Plans: Grossmont College, Accounting. Activities: Banner Corps 2, CSF 2, 3, Girls' League 3, Nominating Conventions 3,43 Archbearer 3, Sr. Cards S An- nouncements Comm. RICHARD LAWRENCE HALL y.RiCh.. Future Plans: SDSC, Mechanics JAMES ALLEN I-IALVERSON 1. J im.. Future Plans: UCSD, Biology. Activities: Football 1,33 Basket- ball l,3,4, Baseball 4, Mege- beceps 2, CSF 3. KENNETH ARNOLD HAMM nHamn Future Plans: Edwards A.F. B., Mechanical Training. Activities: Marching Band, Cadet Band Hilary' DAVID EUGENE "I-Iamshan.k" Future Plans: UC Activities: Footb 2, 3, 4, Boys' Fed HAMILTON SD, Philosophy. all 4, F,F,A, eration 3. SHERRY LYNN I-IANAN Future Plans: Marriage, junior College WILLIAM I-LARVEY I-IANENBURG GLORIA MARIE I-IANSEN .IBUIH 1.610.- Future Plans: SDSC. Future Plans: Mariage. Activities: Concert Band, March- Activities: Girls' League lg ing Band. Bravettes 3. ,swift A TAF? W-an CHARLOTTE MARIE HANSON "Charli" Future Plans: L.A. School of Nursing, R.N. Activities: Girls' League 3, 4. WANDA KAY HARKLEROAD Future Plans: Grossmont College, Secretarial. i':::-'f l 5 ANN HAWBAKER BARBARA REONA HARRIS Future Plans: j.C. Activities: Girls' League lg Bravettes 3,45 Campus Life, Choir 1, Nominating Conven- tion 3, Sr. Publicity Comm. ROBERT RAY HARMAN HBCU. Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Nominating Conven- tion 35 Cross Country 3. Fai.. FRANK ELLIS HARTMAN Future Plans: Law. Activities: Boys' Clee 1, Concert Choir, Baseball, Bas- ketball, "C" Notes. Sew IAMFS FRANK HART ll --lim-I X Future Plans: junior College. 1 X .hf,. , 1. .fn " ' Q A IVUCHAEI. DONALD HARTO i , "Mike" Q X Future Plans: Electronics School in S.D. : Activities: Military Science 1, ' j 2,3,4. RANDY RAY HAWKER RAY MARTIN HAYES Future Plans: Grossmont College, Future Plans: SDSC, Music. SDSC, Medicine. Activities: Marching Band 1,2, 3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 3, 4. JACOB HARVEY HEITKAMP njayu Future Plans: UCSD, Psychology. Activities: Choir 1,2, Basket- ball, Track, Student Council, Swimming, A.S.B. Rep.' jERRIS FAYE I-IEWITT ..Jen,i.. Future Plans: Florida, Secretary. Activities: Girls' League l,2, 3,45 Nominating Conventions 1,2,3, Y-teens, Sr. Prom Comm. .Qs MICHAEL CLARK I-IENDRICKS Q-Miken Future Plans: Grossmont College, Trade School. EVA DOLORES HERNANDE Future Plans: Work, Marriage. Activities: Girls' League. --.--my ,7--r STEPHEN ANDREW HILL III "R, R. " Future Plans: Grossmont College, Engineering, Sacramento State, Science. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3, Boys' Federation 3, Tab 8 Campus, Radio Club 3, Varsity Club 3,45 Megebeceps 2. CHERYLE ANN HILTON Future Plans: SDSC, Teacher. Activities: Class Council 1,3, Roman Braves 1,25 Bravettes 4, CSF 3,43 Girls' League 1, 2,35 Tab S Campus 2,33 Frosh- Soph Speech Toumey, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm., Campus Life. KENNETH WILLIAM HOBBS uxenn Future Plans: Carpenter School. Activities: Frosh Football. JO CEAL HINDS Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Roman Braves, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Prom Comm. 3 A. S. B. Treas. 43 Y- teens, Campus Life. CAROL LYNN HINES Future Plans: Marriage. Activities: Girls' League 4, Sr. Ways Z3 Means Comm. W -fr A-writ: JAMES WILLIAM HOFFMAN lljimll Future Plans: SDSCg or USC, Political Science. Activities: Frosh Class Council, Sr. Cards G Announcemenm Comm. ROBERT LEE HORN nsobu Future Plans: Grossmont College, Architecture 8 Madx. Activities: School Engraver 2, 3 , 4. .M .. ., ' , f '.., lftwrigggg MB, MARK KENNETH HOUGHTBY "Hobie" Future Plans: Air Force Activities: Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball. , -' :gsm ROBERT GEORGE HOUGHTON HROU. Future Plans: SDSC, Law, Activities: Drama Club 2, 3,45 Dialectos 3,45 Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney 23 NFL. TOM EDWARD HORNEY Future Plans: j,C. Activities: F,F,A, 1,25 JV Football 2, JUDY ANN HOWELL Future Plans: Harding Arkansas, Religion. Activities: Choir 2, 3,45 Treble- aires 3, 4, Choir Staff 4, Hockey 2, 3, Pennant Holder 45 Girls' League 3. kT"""' JULIANNE MARIE HOWELL PAULINE HOYT Futtu-e Plans: Dancer. LEAH ALLYN HUGHES nlaeeu Future Plans: LC., SDSC, Art. Activities: Girls' League 4. BHUFORD LESLEY HUDDLESTON JR. Hides.. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Law Enforcement Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HUGH GORDON HUNT Future Plans: Grossmont College, Electronics Engineer. Activities: Dialectos. LOUIS RAYMOND IMBIMBO nlloiu Future Plans: USAF, Activities: Football. SUSAN LOUISE JACK Future Plans: UCSD, Romance Languages. Activities: Nominating Conven- tion 13 Archbearer 33 AFS: CSF5 Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm.: Sr. Baccalaureate 5 Commencement Comm. JAMES TERRY JAMES DONNASUE JANES FAITH ELIZABETH JANESKI "Terry" Future Plans: SDSC, English Future Plans: SDSC, Teacher. Activities: Frosh Football: Activities: Girls' League 1,2, Frosh Basketball: Varsity Base- 45 Roman Braves lg Nominating ball 2, 3, 4. Conventions 1, 2, 3, 43 Home- RICHARD LEO EARNEST JENSEN -.Dui-fy.. Future Plans: Air Line Flight Training. coming Queen 4. SUSAN ANNE JOHNSON -fsuen Future Plans: Cal Westem. JANET MARIE JOLLY JOHN ELLWOOD JOLLY JOSEPH PHILLIP JONES IV ll ll ll 1.1. Joe Future Plans: Service. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Activities: Mgr. Cross Country Electronics: Military. 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4. Eydie" JUDITH MARIE KARESEK njudyn Future Plans: Grossmont College: SDSC, Commercial Art. Activities: Brevettes 3, Y-teens 3, Sec. 45 Nominating Conven- tion 33 Girls' League Exec. Board 45 Sr. Ways S Means Comm. EDITH LYNN KEMP KATHE LYNN KBQNY Future Plans: Art Institute of Chicago, Art. Activities: Choir 23 Drama 2, 3. DEBORAH KAY KENNEL "Debbie" Future Plans: j.C. Activities: Campus Life, Choir 4g Sr. Fun Night Comm., Sr. Prom Comm. MICHAEL JOI-DSI KEARNEY "Mike" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Speech 2, 3, 4. PAMEIA KEELlNG Future Plans: SDSC, Library Science. Activities: Bravettes 45 Latin Club 1, 23 Nominating Conven- tion Page 2. ARTHUR GUY KI-LNDALL "Teddy Bear" ' A ' i Future Plans: SDSC, English, Music. Activities: Marching Band 15 Orchestra 1,2,3, Student Coun- cil 1,2, Soph Sec. 2, Roman Braves 1,23 Girls' League 1, 2,35 School Service 3, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. ALAN IANDON KENT HAI.. Future Plans: SDSC. Activities: Cross Country 1, 2,3,4, Track 1,2, Varsity 3, 4. Future Plans: Agriculture Teacher. Activities: r.F.A. z,s,4. JAMES WILLIAM KENNY Future Plans: UCSD, Biology. Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,2,4g Frosh-Soph Speech Toumey 2, Senate 35 Les Che- valiers 33 Roman Braves 1g Class Rep. 3, Tab S Campus 3, Usher 33 Megebeceps 15 Boy's Federation 3. LARRY EDWARD KING ..Bo.nes1. Future Plans: Architecture, Oceanography. LAWRENCE NEAL KINCSLAND "Larry" Future Plans: SDSC, Engineer- ing. Activities: Tennis 1,25 Nomi- nating Convention, Sr. Privi- lege Comm.: Megebeceps 2. HENRI K. KOERS Future Plans: Trade School, welding. WAYNE KENNETH KIRK "C. H. Z. " Future Plans: Humbolt State, Natural Resources. Activities: A. S.B. Asst. 3,45 Sr. Privilege Comm. Chair- man, IV Tennis: IV Cross Country, School Service 1, Boy's Federation, Tournament Speech. FRANK ANTHONY KOCHER Future Plans: SDSC, Engineer- in S. Activities: Track 1,2,35 Bas- ketball 2,3,4, Baseball 45 CSF 2, 33 Life Mcmbcr 43 Sr. Privilege Comm. jANET RUTH KROUPA Future Plans: Brigham Young Univ. , Elementary Teacher. Activities: Band 1,2, March- ing Band 1,25 Band Staff 2, Y-teens 2,4, Sec. 3, Y-teens State Conference 35 Girls' League 2,4. Exec. Board 3, AFS Sec. 45 Senate 3,45 SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Hurdle Crew 4. MICHAEL ALEX KWLATT "Underdog" Future Plans: Trade School. Activities: Frosh Football, Wrestling 2. REIKO CHRISTINE KUBOTA Future Plans: UC at Berkeley, SDSC, Math, Music. Activities: Concert Band 1,2 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Class Vice-Pres.: Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. 5 ASB Asst. 4, AFS 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4. .3, CHRISTINE KRAMLICH "Chris" Future Plans: Crossmont College Business. Activities: Choir 1,23 Treble- aires 1,23 Tennis Club 3,43 Hurdle Crew 3,45 Girls' League 4, Speech 2. CATH'Y ANNETTE KUNTZ ucathn Future Plans: SDSC, Social Psychology. . Activities: Girls' League l,2, 3,43 Y-teens 3, Vice Pres. 4j Drama Club 1,25 Class Coun- en 1,2,3,4, SMOKE sxcNAL Staff 2, Lay-out mgr. 3, Editor 4, Nominating Conventions 1,2,3,4g ASB Asst. 43 Bravettes 3,45 Sr. Gift Comm. Chairman: Harvest Ball Queen 43 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. CHARLES DAVID LA PIETRA "Chuck" Future Plans: Coissmont College, Architecture. Activities: Handball. 1 BARRY RICHARD IA ZELLE "Rick" Future Plans: Air Force. MARJORIE ELEANOR LAKIN "Marge" Activities: Orchestra 1,2,33 F,F.A. l,2,3,43 Future Fann- erettes 1,2,3,4, CSF 2, Girls' Hockey Team 2, 3, Archbearer 'Nye NANCY FRANCES LANE Future Plans: E. C. Beauty Col- lege. Activities: Girls' League, Tab il- Campus, Drama Club. 3. RUSS EARL LAJOIE Future Plans: Forestry. FRANCIS MICHAEL LARRABEE nnanku Future Plans: Marines. Activities: JV Football. LOCKIE SHERYLL LAUHER "Lock" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Bravettes 3, "Fairest of the Fair 65-,66"3 Girls' League 1, Sr. Ways 6 Means Comm., Nominating Conventions 1, 2. DIANE LOUISE LAWRIE "Dede" Future Plans: SDSC, Art. Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 3,43 Roman Braves 1, Sec. 2- Senate 2, Student Council, Director of School Arts 45 Nominating Conventions 1, 3, f Sr. Prom Comm., jr. Red Cross Teenaide 3,45 AFS 4. LARRY LEE LEWIS Future Plans: Grossmont College, SDSC, Photography. Activities: LEGEND Staff Photo- grapher 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh Foot- ball. DAVID ALAN LEPPER "Dave" Future Plans: Grossmont College. MARILYN IEANNE LEWIS Future Plans: SDSC. Activities: Frosh Council, F.F.A 1, 2, 4, Future Farmerettes 1, 2, 4, Treas, 3, Sr. Prom Comm. LEAH DIANE LINN LORNA LLOYD TOM DAVID LEWIS Future Plans: Grossmont College, Industrial Arts. Activities: Military Science 1, 2,3, 4, Megebeceps 2, Radio Club, Soph Class Council. MLRC,- Future Plans: Business College, Data Processing. Activities: Bravettes 3, 4, Girls' League l,2,3,4, AFS 4, Soph Class Council, Nomi- nating Conventions l,2,3, Sr. Privilege Comm., Long Beach Corps Banner 4. PATRICK WAYNE LUCAS "Luke" Future Plans: UC at Berkeley, Math. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Basektball 1, Nominating Conventions l,2, 3. SUSAN JANE MACKENSEN Future Plans: SDSC, Grossmont College. Activities: Roman Braves 1, Nominating Conventions 1, 3, Megebeceps 2, Girls' League Exec. Board Asst. 2, AFS 3,4, Sr. Class Secretary, Tab 8 Campus 4, CSF 2, 3, Life Member 4, School Service Comm. 4, AFS Finalist 3. 'ln s-iii Activities: ASB Asst. 4, Girls' League 4, Y-teens 4, AFS 4, American Field Service Student from England. 5, TERRI RUTH LINDEMANN Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. x .,..a.,, . LARRY BERNARD MACLEAN Future Plans: Crossmont College, Electronics. Activities: Radio Club 2,4, Vice Pres. 3, Boys' Federation. ,,..-du-s. yn LYNDA CAROL LOWRY "Charlie" Future Plans: Nursing. GRANT HERBERT LYNN Future Plans: Brigham Young Univ., Univ. of Colorado Forest Conservation. Activities: Megebcceps 1 Treas. 2, Dialectos 1,2,3 4 NFL 2,3,4, Tennis 3,4, Nomin ating Conventions l,3, Frosh Soph Speech Tourney. GERALD MAHONEY MARK DUKE MAKINGS Future Plans: Grossmont College, Industrial Arts. Activities: Varsity Club: Varsi- ty Football Mgr. 45 Varsity Wrestling Mgr. 3, 43 Varsity Swimming Mgr. 45 Nominating Conventions 1,2, 35 Class Coun- cil 2. LINDA JOY CE MALETA Activities: Tennis Club: Girls' League. LISA KENEEN MARQUIS Husu Future Plans: Gi-ossmont College SDSC, Language. Activities: Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Y-teens, Campus Life, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. DANEY LURENE MARTIN "Super Lu Lu" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 Banner Corps 23 Bravettes 3, Sec. 4, Student Council 1, 2,3,4, Nominating Conventions 1,35 Sr. Ways L Means Comm.: Y-teens 43 Campus Life 2,43 lr. Achievement 4. ANTHONY DENNIS MCCORMICK 1.-I-onyu Future Plans: SDSC, Physical Education. Activities: Football 1, Basket- ball lg Baseball 1,45 Wrestling 1, Varsity Wrestling 3. 4: Track 3, 4g Varsity Club: Class Council 1. 5 DENNIS DAVID MASSON "Hulk" Future Plans: SDSC, English. Activities: Frosh Football, Frosh Track. JACK RICHARD McCORMICK Future Plans: Crossmont College Activities: Track 2, 3. LYNDA LEE McCORMICK FAYE MCCULLOUGH Linny" "Fifi" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Future Plans: Grossmont College, SDSC, Teacher. Activities: Girls' League 59 TERI JEAN MCGAULEY Future Plans: Barber College. Activities: Girls' League lg Tennis Club 43 Sr. Prom S Fun Night Comm., Candy Striper 4: Nominating Conven- tion Zg jr. Achievement 4. PATRICK DION MCGINLEY Ilpatll Future Plans: Grossmont College, Science 8 Math. Activities: Roman Braves 3, 4, Boys' Federation 3. WILLIAM LEE MCMURTRY "Bill" Future Plans: junior College, Physical Education. Activities: Football 1,3,4g Varsity Club Pres. 4. JON FORREST MCKINLEY "B1ondie" Future Plans: Univ. of Mexico, Agriculture Z3 Spanish. Activities: F,F.A, 1,2,3, Sec. 4, Sr. Fun Night Comm., State judging team in Citrus, Soil, G Horticulture. PATRICK JOSEPH MCLARNEY llpatli Future Plans: Grossmont College, Police Science. Activities: IV Football. MARYLEE MERSHON IlMaryll Future Plans: SDSC, Music fi Spanish. Activities: Concert Band 1,2, 3,45 Orchestra 3,43 Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Band Staff 2, 3, 45 Les Chevaliers 33 Drama Club 3, 4, Megebeceps 2. ROBERTA ANN MEZA BENNY MICHELI CLINTON BROWN MILES nBertau ncowboyll Future Plans: Beauty College, Future Plans: Guitarist. Art School, Activities: Track, Cross Coun- A ctivities: Choir 1,2 . H .. :a':ls,..::.f-., , PAUL DOUGLAS MILLER lISpankylY Future Plans: junior College. Activities: Football 1, JV Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Nominating Conventions 1. try. SETH RICHARDSON MILLER Future Plans: Grossmont Colleg Activities: Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 1, Tennis 1, Sr. Fun Night Comm. 9 Forestry, Apothecary. , MARY FRANCES MILLIKAN Iljoell Future Plans: IBM Processing. Activities Marching Band 1, Tab 8 Campus 3. TERRY MICHAEL MOELTER "Moco" Future Plans: SDSC, Chemis- try. Activities: Cross Country 1,2 3,45 Track 1,2,3, CARALEE MORGAN "Hey Red" Future Plans: Raise Horses. Activities: Future Farmerettes 1,2,45 F.F.A. 1,2,4. KATHLEEN CAROL MORRIS 'Kathy'- Future Plans: SDSC, Veternar- ian. Activities: Orchestra, Sr. Cards B Announcements Comm. DAVID EUGENE MORSE "Dayday" Future Plans: UC at Berkeley. Activities: Frosh Vice Pres. 3 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band 25 Track 2,3, Dialectosg N.F. L. 3, Pres. 4, ASB Asst. 4. NANCY ELAINE MO SE Future Plans: Vocational School, J Marriage. Activities: Bravettes 4, Nominat- ing Conventions,Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm.g Girls' League 1. THOMAS GILBERT MURILLO Future Plans: Drafting, Design- ing, Travel. Activities: Cross Country 1,23 Track 1,29 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 3 . X? JAMES CHARLES MOSSER H im.. Future Plans: Worl-cg College. Activities: Frosh Wrestling. BONNIE JEANNE MUNDAY HBOHN Future Plans: Grossmont College, Physical Education. Activities: Band 1,25 Y-teens 3, Girls' League 3, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3. EMMET PAUL MURPHY lIMuIPhyIl Future Plans: SDSC. Activities: Tennis 2, 3, 4. KAREN OLIVIA NAGIE lINagYl Future Plans: Grossmont Collegeg SDSC. Activities: Frosh Class Sec., Banner 1,23 Bravettes 3, Flag Lt. 43 Girls' League 1,23 SMOKE SIGNAL 2, Sports Ed. 3,45 Student Council 23 Nomi- nating Conventions l, 2, 3, 43 Snowball Princess 23 ASB Asst. 3,43 Sr. Class Vice Pres., Frosh-Soph Speech Tourneyg Y-teens 13 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. NATALIE RUTH NELSON Future Plans: Grossmont College, Real Estate. JAMES LEO NIMESC-ERN uhm.. Future Plans:Grossmont College. JAY EDWARD MURRAY VERNON LEONN MURRAY "Vern" Future Plans: Cal Poly, Horti- culture. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 State Soil Team 1,23 State Citrus 1,23 State Horticulture 3,43 Sr, Privilege Comm. CYNTHIA JANE NASLUND "Cindy" Future Plans: Junior College, Secretarial. Activities: Girls' League 1 ,4. BELINDA MAUREEN NELSON "Binnie" Future Plans: Social Worker. Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Staff 2,33 Y-teens 23 Girls' League 1, Tab 8 Campus 'MQ' SHEIIA JOANN NOBBS MARTHA FAYE NESMITH "Faye-Bell" Future Plans: Marriage. Activities: Cafnpus Life, Nomi- nating Conventions 1, 2, 33 Girls' League 1. RICHARD WAYNE NOORDA Future Plans: Grossmont College, SD Law School. Activities: Wrestling, Baseball. if H-q-aim' ANTOINETTE G, NORKUNAS RICHARD NEIL NOYES CARRY LOUIS NUNES "Toni" "Racket" Future Plans: Mesa College, Future Plans: Marriage. Future Plans: Architecture5 Aviation DOUGLAS STEPHEN O'BRlI-IN HDOLXS1. Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Wrestling. NATALIE CHA RLENE OGDEN "Charlie" Future Plans: Grossmont College5 SDSC5 Beautician Activities: Dialectos5 Concert Band 2,35 45 Marching Band 1,25 3, 45 Tennis Club 25 35 AFS 1,2,35 Campus Life 45 YFC 15 Pep Band 35 Girls' League 1525 County Honor Band. JOYCE LOUISE ORENDURFF ujoy-I Future Plans: Grossmont College Business. Activities: Sr. Baccalaureate 8 Commencement Comm, Air Force. cf? DOUGLAS ALLAN O'COYNE ..DOug-v Future Plans: Grossmont College SDSC. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club. WENDELL DAVID OLSON JR. Future Plans: Grossmont College Electronics. Activities: Radio Clubg j.V Football 2535 Varsity Football 45 Nominating Conventions 3, 4. CAROLYN JANINE oscoon JERRY MICHAEL OWEN5 "Car-01" Activities: Megebeceps Treas. , Future Plans: job. and Pres. Activities: Drama 1, 2, 3, 45 Nominating Convention 35 Choir 1. 63 KATHY LYNN OWENS Future Plans: SDSC, l-listory. Activities: Tennis Club 3,45 Nominating Convention 35 Sr Publicity Comm . Chairman5 Archbearer 35Girls' League 35 Student Council , MA RIA ANGEIA PARKER if we'-av LINDA DIANNE PATTON "Charlise" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Bookkeeping. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 45 Future Farmerettes 1, 3, 4, Sec. 2. SUSAN CAROL PERRY usual- Future Plans: Marriage. Activities: Historian 1. POLLY PAGAN Future Plans: Junior College. Activities: AFS 3,45 Girls' League 3,45 Sr. Gift Comm. -4- LOUIS JOSEPH PANDOLFI "Louie" Future Plans: UCSD5 SDSC, Math. Activities: Roman Braves 1,2, Pres. 35 Sr. Fun Night Comm.5 Nominating Convention 35 Band 2,35 Usher 35 Surfing Club1,2,3,4. SUSAN ELLEN PASSAFUME Issues: Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Girls' League 1. 'IVY' DOUGLAS C. PAYNE --Rum.. Future Plans: SDSC, Crimi- nology. Activities: F.F.A. GAIL ELIZABETH PENNINGTON Future Plans: UCSD, Sociology. Activities: Girls' League 1,25 AFS 2,45 CSF 45 Y-teens 45 Senate 45 Archbearer 35 Scho- lastic Olympics 3, 45 Nominat- ing Conventions 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Council 1,2,3,45 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm.5 Bravettes 3, 45 Commissioner of School Ser- vice 35 ASB Vice Pres 45 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. THOMAS WILLIAM PETREE lVTomlI Future Plans: SDSC, Law. Activities: Marching Band 1, 2,35 Concert Band 1,2,3, IV Baseball. SANDRA JUNE PFLAUM "Sandie" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Psychology, Peace Corps. 1- MWF MICHELLE THERESE PINNEY Future Plans: SDSC, English. Activities: Grils' League, Nom inating Convention, Choir, Tennis Club, Sr. Publicity Comm. L KENNETH RAY PIPKIN JAMES LYNN PLUMMER "Ken" "jim" Future Plans: junior College, Future Plans: Machinist. Welding, Activities: Radio Club. CHRISTINE POPPOLARDO "Brandy" Future Plans: junior College, Interior Decorator, Fashion Designer, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Girls' League I,2. fy 47 'TH BILLY EUGENE POSEY NIELS PETER POULSEN IOHN WAYNE POWERS SUSAN LEE PRATHER "Susie" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Girls League 1,2, 35 Nominating Convention 3, Cheerleader 4. I "Rot Eye" Future Plans: Army, Aircraft Engineer. Activities: Sr. Fun Night Comm., Track. NANCY GENE PRICE Activities: Girls' League 4, Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm. BERNADETTE ANN PRUETT "Bernie" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Girls' League . ALSO GRADUATING Cheryl Cavanaugh Walter Conklin John Fred l-laesche Eugene Head William Dixon Horton Levina Houck John Howard Hyatt Stuart Lawrence johnson Samuel Jerry Leeper FELIX JESUS RAMIREZ "Encanto" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Engineering, Drafting, Air Force. Activities: JV Tennis 1, Varsity Tennis 2,45 Class Council Boys' Federation 2, 3. Daniel Martinez Hoyt McGarity Stephen Meyering Tina Monaghan Clyde Renfro Dale Sievert Philip Smith Eugene Howard Tucker LESLIE LOUISE PUGH "PufF' Future Plans: Nursing. Activities: Roman Braves 1, Girls' League 1,25 Megebeceps 2, LEGEND Staff 3, Photo- Editor 4, Sr. Cards 8 Announce ments Comm., Archbearer 3, AFS 4, CSF 2,3, Life Member 4, Jr. Red Cross Teenaide 4. BALVINA QUINTERO "Bobbie" 1125 JAMES RED RALPH "Ralph" Future Plans: US Army. MICHAEL JOHN REARDON "Mike" Future Plans: Navy. JOHN WESLEY REED MICHAEL ROSS REINHOLD SHARON DIANE RENN Future Plans: Grossmont College, "Mil-ce" Future Plans: Mugic. Political Science, Psychology. Activities: Concert Band 1,2,3, Activities: Concert Choir 1,2, 4, Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Staff 1,2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Soph Class Vice Pres., ASB Asst. 4, Senate 3, 4, ClassCouncil. 3,4. CHRISTOPHER REPASS Future Plans: Forest Ranger. Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3. LYNDA LEE RICHMON Future Plans: Grossmont Collegeg SDSC. Activities: SMOKE SIGNAL 2, 3, News Editor 4, Asst. Layout Mgr.5 Library Asst. 2,45 Arch- bearer 3. BILLIE EUGENIA RILEY Futue Plans: UCSB5 Florida da State, Education. Activities: CSF 2, 3, Life Mem- ber 45 Girls' League 3,45 Sr. Gift Comm.5 Archbearer 35 AFS 45 Campus Life 3,45 Nom- inating Convention 35 Scholas- tic Olympics 35 Future Teachers 4. OLGA MARGARITA REYES "Margaret" Future Plans: Business College, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Banner Corps 1,25 Girls' League 2,35 Sr. Fun Night Comm., Tennis Club. ff? SHARON ROSE REYNOLDS Activities: Library Asst.5 Sr. Privilege Comm.5 Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm. SHA RON jANET RICKETTS "General" Future Plans: Grossmont College5 SDSC, journalism. Activities5 Girls' League 1,25 Bowling Braves 15 Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 35 CSF 2, 3, 45 Archbearer 35 jr. Red Cross Teenaide 3,45 Bravettes 3,45 LEGEND Staff 3, Co-Editor 45 Library Asst. 25 Tab 6 Campus 45 Long Beach Corps Banner 4. ROBERT LEE ROBERSON .I Roby. Future Plans: Grossmont College Physical Education. Activities: Frosh Football 15 JV Football 25 Varsity Footba 2,35 Track 151V Baseball 25 Varsity Baseball 2,35 Varsity Club 2, 3. Sl-IERILEE SUSANNE ROBERTS "Sheri" Future Plans: Travel. Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Staff 45 Roman Braves 1,25 Drama Club 25 CSF 253, Life Member 45 Sr. Cards I3 Announcements Comm. TERRY DEAN ROBERTS Future Plans: Grossmont College5 Air Force. Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,2,35 Cross Country 2, 35 Track 2,35 Boys' Federation 35 Choir 4. 'fy 7' KEITH WILLIAM ROCHO "Leonardo" Future Plans: Air Force. Activities: Military Science 1,2,3,45 Color Guard 25 Rifle Team, Supply Sgt. 15 Drill Platoon. ll 1 ANTHONY PETER RODESKY 1.1-Onyn Future Plans: junior College, Physical Education. Activities: Football 1, 3, 4. BEVERLY ANN RODGERS "George" Future Plans: Business College. Activities: Girls' League 3. SALLY MELINDA ROLPH Future Plans: Grossmont College, Psychology. Activities: Nominating Conven- tion 2, Sr. Prom Comm. Yfcrvr ROBERT JOE ROOT lIRootll Future Plans: Junior College. Activities: Football 1, 3, 4. JAMES N. ROSE num.. Future Plans: Military. Activities: Concert Band, Marching Band. VIVIAN LEE ROPER Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Bravettes 3, Girls' League 3,43 Nominating Con- ventions 1, 2, 3,4. JOEY LOREN ROGERS Future Plans Grossmont College, Physical Education, UCLA. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3,43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Club 2,3,4. LORETTA JO ROMERO Future Plans: Grossmont College SDSC, Teacher. Activities Tennis Club 3, 4, NFL 4, Girls' League 3, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm., Choir 1, Dialectos 4. BETHLINE MARY ROSE ncypsyn Future Plans: Beauty College. Activities: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. FRED MICHAEL ROSENBLUM "Ishmahl" Activities: Cross Country 1,2, 3, Track 1,2, 3, Varsity Club, Drama Club 1, 2. GARY LEE RUBLE Future Plans: Political Science. Activities: Speech 3,45 Frosh- Soph Speech Tourney 1,25 Termis 1,2,35 Wrestling 15 Tab 6 Campus 1,2,3. Carousel Princess 25 Sr. Prom KENNETH RUIZ "Gran" Future Plans: junior College. Activities: Baseball 15 2, 45 Football 1525 35 Varsity Club 2,45 Wrestling 4. REBECCA JANET RY LL "Candie" Future Plans: Airline Stewardess. Activities: Banner Corps 25 Y-teens 25 Girls' League 2,3, 45 Ir. Class Sec.5 Nominating Convention 25 ASB Candidate 35 Comm. CARLOS RAMON SANUDO "Cabron" Future Plans: Grossmont College. LARRY DAVID RUIZ "Black Bark" Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball5 Basketball. NANCY KATHLEEN SANCHEZ Future Plans: SDSC, Education. Activities: Choir 1, 25 Treble- aires 25 AFS 1, 2, 45 Tennis Club 25 Smoke Signal 25 Adv. Mgr. 35 Bravettes 35 Sr. Privi- lege Comm. NORMA JEANN E RU CKER Future Plans: Grossmont College Secretary. Activities: Girls' League 1,253, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. CYNTHIA LYNN RUNIE Iicindyll Future Plans: SDSC, Nurse5 Teaching. Activities: Bravettes 3,45 Girls' League 15 Tab Z3 Campus 1,2, 3, Future Nurses 25 Sr. Ways S Means Comm. BARBARA JEAN SANDERS "Barb" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business, Drama. Activities: Roman Braves 25 Campus Life 3. J CAROL JO SCANDIN Future Plans: Grossmont College, English. I Ji RITA SCHAK Future Plans: Western Washing- ton State College, Elementary Education. CLAUDIA LOUISE SCHLECEL Future Plans: Crossmont College. JOHNNY MITCHELL SCIRE "Sea Dawg" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Acting5 Air Force. Activities: Drama 1, 2, 3, 45 Football Mgr. 4. " ""',? SANDRA KAY SCOTT Future Plans: SDSC, Art, Dra- ma. Activities: Drama Club 152,35 Y-teens 15 Tab G Campus 1, 2,3. CLEO MARIE SCHMITT Future Plans: Secretary. Activities: Tennis C1ub5 Nom- inating Convention 15 Sr. Pub- licity Comm. 5 A 'N f Y' BOBBIE JUNE SETZER Future Plans: SDSC, Elemen- tary Teacher. Activities: Bravettes 3, 45 Teacher's Prep. 45 Tennis Club 25 Nominating Convention 15 Roman Braves 1. TRUDY DAWN SG-IEELER WI-md., Future Plans: Kelsey jenny, San Diego. Activities: Sr. Fun Night Comm.: Concert Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 152, 35 Drum Majorette 45 Nominating Con- ventions 1,25, School Service 35 Band Staff'1,45 Y-teens 25 Class Council 152,35 Health Careers Club 25 Fi-osh-Soph Speech Tourney5 jr. Achieve- ment 4. M gg.-----f - ff 5 fit. if : I I 2 HARRIS FREDERICK SCOTT : W? LYMAN SHACKERLFORD ROY WALTER SHENSKI "Wolfman" Future Plans: Computer. Activities: Frosh Football. -ea mm , , l Sr.. CAROL ANN SMITH Future Plan: Business Career. Activities Girls' League 1,25 Nominating Conventions 1,25 CSF 2,35 Bravettes 4, Sr. Privilege Comm., Archbearer 3. 'wwf PHILIP LEE SKELLIE Future Plans: College, History. Activities: Basketball, Track, LESLIE JOAN SHOQUIST HLESH Future Plans: Cal Western Univ Activities: Girls' League 1, 2, 3 Legend Staff 3, Sr. Editor 49 Sr. Privilege Comm.: CSF 3,43 Archbearer 33 AFS 4, Nominat- ing Conventions 2, 3, jr. A- chievement 2, 3, 4. HENRY CHARLES SICKELS D "Hiney" A 5 Future Plans: jtuuor College. Activities: Frosh Football. BRENDA IDUISE SIADE "Teri" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Roman Braves 15 Nominating Conventions 1,25 Concert Choir 2, 3,45 Choir Staff 2, 3, 4, Health Careers Club 1, Trebleaires 3, 45 Girls' League 3. PAMELA MARIE SMART lYPamlI Activities: Tennis Club 1,2, 3, Bravettes 4, Megebeceps Pres. G Treas.g Girls' League. DIANNA KAY SMITH 71 DOUGLAS PHILLIP SMITH "Smithy" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Biology. JUDY LOUISE SMITH Futu.re Plans: Airline Stewardess. Activities: Varsity Song Leader 45 Girls' League 45 Sr. Ways 5 Means Comm.5 School Service. TERRY LYNN SMITHEY Future Plans: Grossmont College, IBM. ' Activities: ASB Sec. 45 Bra- vettes 35 Nominating Conven- tions 1, 25 35 45 Girls' League 1, 25 45 Class Council 1, 25 45 Sr. Prom Comm. 5 Senate 4. JUDITH ANN SNOW njudyr. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Girls' League 2, 45 Nominating Convention 25 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Dance G Assembly Comm. WILLIAM ARTHUR SOTO "Bill" Future Plans: New jersey, Criminology. Activities: Speech5 Frosh Class Council. MARK JULIAN SMITH TONI LEE SMITH Future Plans: Southwestern, Business. Activities: Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Y-teens 3545 Tab 8 Campus 25 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. Vocational Nurses Training. Activities: Girls' League. LYNN ROCHIELLE SNODGRASS Future Plans: Grossmont College CHARLES MICHAEL SOLOMON JANET MARY SOLOWEY "Charlie Brown" Future Plans: Grossmont Cc Future Plans: SDSC5 UCLA. English. Activities: Foreign Exchange Activities: Girls' League 7 Student from ECVHS at Seminar Megebeceps 25Futu.re Tea Hofwil, Switz. 5 Concert Bandg 1. Marching Band5 Varsity Band: CSF: Usher 3. BETTIE RUTH SPARKS "Betsey" Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Dialectos 45 Campm Life5 Nominating Convention. J PATRICIA J. SPECKMANN "Patti" Future Plans: Grossmont Colle English, Art. Activities: Class Council 3,4, Bravettes 3, 4, Class Treas. 3, Girls' League 1,2, Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. Chairman, Sr. Se, Calendar Comm. Chairman, Y- teens 2,3,4, Nominating Con- ventions l,2,3,4, School Service, Long Beach Corps Banner 4. VELORA ANN STAMMEN nldoriu Future Plans: junior College, Vocal, Art. Activities: Choir 4, Drama 3. DEE STANLEY "Dee Dee" Future Plans, Grossmont College, SDSC, Education. Activities: Class Council 2, 3, 4, Comm. of Public Relations 3, ASB Historian 4, Sr. Prom Comm. Co-Chairman, Smoke Signal 3, News Editor 4, Snowball Princess 3, Bravettes 3, 4. ,ns . A.-fy .. JEFFREY CONAWAY STEVENS "Jeff" Future Plans: SDSC, Pre-Law. Activities: Baseball. CHA RLENE ANN STOCKER v.DuSty.. Future Plans: Air Force. ROBERT W, STEVENS HREF.. Future Plans: SDSC. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. CHARLES L. SPERRY "Charlie" Future Plans: SDSC, Philosophy . Activities: Class Council 2,3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Varsity Track 2,3,4, Sr. Prom Comm. DAVID LEE STEELE "Dave" Future Plans: Military Service. Activities: Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, Sr. Fun Night Comm. RAYMOND JOHN STINTON --Ray., Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Radio Club 1. CARY MICHAEL STONE Future Plans: UCSD, Engineering Activities: Nominating Conven- tion. DENNIS DON STOVER "Hot Rod" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Automechanics. Activities: Cross Country 15 Track 25 Nominating Conventiong Winter Nationals '66 8 '67. ROBERT I. SUPINGER .. Rob.. JAMES ED jim' CRYSTAL M. STRAW "Kris" Future Plans: McConnel Airline School, Stewardessg Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Girls' League 3, 45 Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Commd Nominating Conven- tion. WARD TAYLOR F.F. 4. Future Plans: Crossmont College. A-CCiViIi6S' Activities: Track 13 IV Base- Vice Pres. ball 25 Varsity Baseball 3,4. MONTY Act TEEPLES i "Willewmes" I H Future Plans: Air Force. P, I 'f f f Activities: Military Scienceg A W Color Guard: Squad Letter. .4-..-ar 3" A. 1,2,3, Y NAN TAYLOR "Nanner" Future Plans: Marriage. Activities: Gymnastic Club 23 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Y't39l'l5-5 Sr. Privilege Comm. CAROL ANN TEMPLETON Future Plans: Music. Activities: Marching Band: Orchestra9Class Council 33 Concert Band. DARRYL EDWARD THOMPSON Future Plans: Stanford, Crimi- nology. Activities: Roman Braves 23 Class Council 1,2,33 Frosh- Soph Speech Tourney 25 Drama Club 3,49 Megebeceps 25 Nominating Conventions 1,2, 3. wane!-:uv 5 DENNILEE TIDBALL ROBERT JAMES TOCKSTEIN YYDennyIl IlBobH Future Plans Marriage. Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Sr. Prom Comm.: Activities Marching Band 1, Choir. 2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2, 3,45 74 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Staff 4, NFL. GAYLE BERNICE TOPP Future Plans: SDSC, Activities: Girls' League 1525 Y-teens 3,45 AFS 15 Nominat- ing Conventions 1,2,3. '-M913 '0-H-w-. MICKEY DIANE TOWNLEY "Mick" Future Plans: SDSC, Cosmotol- ogy5 Airline Stewardess. Activities Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 Y-teens 45 Sr. Prom Comm. QC? DAVID LAWRENCE TREADWELL HDQVE.. Future Plans: Grossmont College5 UC at Berkeley, Electronics Engineering. Activities: Radio Club 2, Pres. 3, 45 Concert Band, Marching Band. HARLAN GREY TRUMAN Future Plans: Grossmont College, General Education. CAROL YVONNE TWITE Future Plans: junior College. Activities: Girls' League l,2, Chairman 45 Class Council 1, 2535 Sr. Dance 8 Assembly Chairman5 Nominating Conven- tions 1,2, 35 Y-teens 45 Snow- ball Queen 4. RICHARD JOHN TYSDAL "Flash" Future Plans: SDSC, Math. Activities: ASB Asst. 45 Class Pres. 25 Class Council 1,2535 Cross Country 2, 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Roman Braves 1525 Boys' Federation 253. 'HA 219 439' 'K 'Y JANIS TUTTLE ",laba-waba-Hybo-caba" Future Plans: SDSC, Activities: Frosh Treas.5 Soph Treas.5 Y-teens 25 Orchestra 1,25 Marching Band 1525 Nom- inating Conventions 2, 3. SUSAN JEAN TYCHSEN Future Plans: Califomia Luther- an College. A ctivities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,35 Girls' League 152, 3,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm. Teac.her's Prep. 4. ARMANDO VALENCIA Future Plans: USC, Law. Activities: Cross Country 1,2, 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club. 75 KATHLEEN VAN HOLST 1IKadlyll Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Privilege Comm. KAREN SUE VAN VECHTEN Futu.re Plans: Grossmont Colleg Secretary, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Campus Life. MARY JANE VIERKANT Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Girls' League 1,4, Banner 2, Bravettes 3, ASB Comm. of Sales 4, Nominating Conventions 2, 3,4, Sr. Prom Comm., Homecoming Princess 4, Harvest Ball Princess 4. KAREN RAE VANDER BUSCH WILLIAM RAY VANNICE Q, Future Plans: junior College. "Bill" Activities: Girls' League 1,25 Future Plans: SDSC, USMC, Tennis Club. Intelligence Corps. SHERRY JEAN VIERKANT Future Plans: Grossmont College SDSC. Activities: Girls' League 1,4, Banner 2, Bravettes 3, Nominat- ing Conventions 2, 3, 4, Comm. of Publicity 4, Sr. Prom Comm. Homecoming Princess 4, Har- vest Ball Princess 4. KATHERINE IDUISE VOCKRODT SUSAN LOUISE VOLORE DENNIS WAYNE WAGNER "Kathy" "Susie" "Dinny" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Future Plans: LVN. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Home economics, Airline Ste- Activities: Sr. Prom Comm., Electronics. war-dggg, Sr. Privilege Comm. Activities: Choir Staff 2, 3, 4, Activities: F,F.A, 1,2,3,4, Radio Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4. Future Farmerettes 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Achievement 4, Girls' League 4. DORA MATTY WALDRIP "Dorie" Future Plans: SDSC, Music. Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2,3,4, choir Staff1,2,3,4, Trebleaires 1,2,,4, Tennis Club 2, Bravettes 3, Sr. Privi- lege Comm., Nominating Con- ventions 2, 3, 4. MARION IRENE WALKER "Ceorgeanna" Future Plans: Grossmont College Arts, Crafts. Activities: Choir 1,4, Girls' Leauge 3, Campus Life 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 4, Tab E Cam- pus 4, AFS 4, Nominating Convention 3. MERIDITH ILENE WALKER Future Plans: New York, Art. Activities: Girls' League 45 Choir l,3,45 AFS 45 jr. Achievement 45 Tab G Campus 3. 'swf' L RONALD MILES WALKER HROHH Future Plans: SDSC, History and Pre-Law. Activities: LEGEND Photogra- pher 2, 3, 45 Football 15 ASB Photographer 45 ASB Asst. 4. CHERYL ANN WALLER JAMES DOUGIAS WALTER LINDA MARIE WALTER Future Plans: Grossmont College5 "Doug" Future Plans: Grossmont College5 SDSC. Future Plans: Service. Marriage. Activities: Orchestra 1,2,35 Activities: Football 1,2,3,45 Activities: Girls' League 3,45 Nominating Conventions 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 3, 4. Y-teens 3, 45 School Service Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Drama 45 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Ways 3. 8 Means Comm. IOAN LENORE WARREN Future Plans: Grossmont College5 Airlines. Activities: Bravettes 45 Hurdle Crew 15 Track Time Keeper 2, 3, 45 Nominating Conventions 1,2, 3,45 Sr. Ways 8 Means Comm.5 Hockey Team 1,2,35 Sr. Fun Night Comm. Chair- man. RONALD WAYNE WESSEL "Weasel" Future Plans: Grossmont College Engineering Z3 Auto Mechanics. y DOROTHY SOPHIE WASHKEVICH Future Plans: Grossmont College, Business. Activities: Girls' League l,2, Exec. Board 35 Vice Pres. 45 Nominating Convention 35 Sr. Dance S Assembly Comm.5 Sr. Prom Comm.5 Senate. GAY LYNNETTE WELLER "Gaylord" Future Plans: Dental Asst. Activities Girls' League 1,2, 3, 45 Nominating Convention 35 Y-teens5 Sr, Privilege Comm. GARY RAY WESTON Future Plans: Grossmont College Activities: Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 15 Baseball 3,45 Varsity Club 3, 4. ROGER CLIFFORD WHARTON ' "Cliff" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Economics. 'Sr GLEN ARTHUR WHEELER "Stretch" Future Plans: Grossmont College, Engineering, Law, Highway Patrolman. LINDA COINE WI-IEELOCK Future Plans: SDSC, U.S. History. Activities: Student Council 1, 2,3,4, Roman Braves 1, Treas. 2, AFS 1,4, Sec. 2,3, Megebe- ceps 2, Girls' League l,2,3,4, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-teens 1, Frosh-Soph Speech Tourney, Tennis Club 3,4, CSF 3,4, SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Feature Editor 4, Bravettes 4, ASB Asst. 4, Sr. Cards 8 Announcements Comm. Chair- man, Quill 8 Scroll 4. WILLIAM WESLY WILLIAMS ' lVBiI1ll Future Plans: Grossmont College, Mechanical Drawing. Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. JACK LYLE WIILIAMS Activities: Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track l, 2,3, ASB Asst. 4, Nominating Conventions 1, 2, 3, 4, 'Baseball 4. JUDITH LOUISE WILLIAMS 1-Judy.. Future Plans: SDSC, Activities: Girls' League 1,2, 3, 4, Y-teens 2, 3, 4, Bravettes 3, Flag Lt. 4, Sr. Ways E Means Comm., Sr. Calendar Comm., Nominating Conven- tions 1,2,3, Homecoming KAREN F. WINTERS Future Plans: Grossmont College, Dress Designing. Activities: F,F,A, l,2,3,4, Future Farmerettes Sec. Pres, Girls' League 1. LEROY GRANT WOODS "Skipper" Future Plans: Air Force Academy. Activities: ASB Pres. 4, Varsity' Club 2, 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 2, Boys' State Representa- tive. Princess 4, Harvest Ball Princess 4, Long Beach Corps Banner 4. LARRY LYLE WINCE Future Plans: Cal Westem Univ. , Math. Activities: Nominating Conven- tions 1,2, 3, Megebeceps 2,3, Vice Pres. 4. DOUGLAS MONTE WOOLLEY nDoug.. Future Plans: Grossmont College. Activities: Football 1,2,3. L x JUDY LYNN WORKMAN JOHN MICHAEL WRAY Future Plans: Grossmont College, vvcunnerv CSF 2,3,4, Nominating Con- BU5if1ff5S- V Future Plans: SDSC, Engineer'- ventions 3,4, Boys' Federation Activities: Girls' League 4, Sr. ing, 1, 2,3, 4, Scholastic Olympics Fun Night Comm. MILTON WYATT "MiIt" Future Plans: Grossmont College, I IBM. CLAY YOUNG Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Class Pres. 3,45 LEGEND Staff 3, sports Editor 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, -wi 'av' 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Speech Tour- ney 1, Usher 3, Roman Braves 1. NANCY ELIZXBETH WRAY "Nance" Future Plans: SDSC, Interior Design. Activities: Girls' League 1,2,3, Exec. Board 4, Nominating Con ventions 1, 2,3,4, Bravettes 3, Y-teens, ICC Council 3, Pres. 4, Sr. Prom Comm. Co-Chair- --mini man, SMOKE SIGNAL Lypist. JULIE ELAINE YATES Future Plans: Junior College, Nurses Training, Marriage. JERRY THOMAS YOUNG Future Plans: Navy. ROGER LEE ZAY DANIEL ZIMMERMAN uldeen Hzimn Future Plans: Grossmont College. Future Plans: Grossmont College, Activities: Football 2,3,4, Math. , Basketball, Track, Varsity Club. Activities: JV Football 3, Varsi- ty Football 4. 79 DARLENE MARIE ZIMNIERMAN "Peanuts" Future Plans: SDSC, Physical Education, Airline Stewardess. Activities: Girls' League 1,4, Sr. Prom Comm., Cheerleader 4. Q Long ago the Cataskan Indians were led by a very wise and courageous chief who kept the minds of his people free from worry of outside dangers and trouble. Whenever danger threatened he would always meet it himself and protect his trusting followers. The little village survived for many years with little trouble and all who lived there grew to depend on the ruler for protection. Then one day a strange beast came from the mountains and began killing the animals of the village and threatening the lives of the village people. As always, the chief went out to meet the beast, but he had grown old and was no longer the warrior he had once been. Even though he put up a gallant battle the beast killed him and started for the village. The people ran and hid in fear. The beast walked among the dwellings unchallenged until a brave young warrior jumped out to face him. The brave had learned his lessons well from the old chief and the flight of spear was straight and true. When the feared grew to trust and obey him as they had the old chief A in T O enemy was dead the warrior became the new leader and the villagers CL A55 T CLASS OF 68 Annette Paukovits Treasurer 1227 The judicious juniors of the Class of '68' soared to new heights again this year, as they successfully completed their planned activities. The pop bottle drive started the year off right. The class showed a sense of spirit as they rallied together at the beginning of the year and proved that they are a great class. Fun activities were not left out as the class sponsored another trip to Disneyland. 82 ,.....1c-as-mf aw. Tom Abbott, Colin Ackroyd, Mike Acosta, Stanley Adams, Sharon Aggson, Karen Allen, Karen Allen Barbara Altig, Ron Andrews, Larry Baca, Margaret Baker David Bald- win, Sandi Barnard jim Barron Be arden, Sherry Beazley Mike Becker, janet Bell, Melvin Bell, Susan Bellows Mike Bisson, Bob Blowers, Sharon Board, Beverly Bogan, jim Bolda Berlin, Karen Bernard Sharon Barthelmess, Linda Bates, Marvin Bauer, Leroy an '52 me ff jerry Bender, john Bergamo, Bryan Bergland, Cathy A My ... ...- I 2 ,. :, Richard Bowen, Susan Boyett, john Brackney, Sheila , , V Bravo, Deborah Breese 4 I . 1..- ady Buckmaster, Bill Burr, 11 Carlton, Jana Cason, Bonnie steel, La Vern Castle, Brent iffin Fernando Arreola, Darrell Brintnall, Steve Briscoe, Kenneth Brown, ,Mary Brown, Barbara Broyles, Charles Broz Sandra Chase, Tom Chit- wood, Susan Clark, Valarie Clark, George Clayton, Ron Clayton, Tom Cline, . 51512, r .... Q Q jack Davis, Robin Davis, Sheila Davis, Bruce Daw- ley, Mike De Breau, jess- ica Decker, jack Deuel 'P ,S f Rick Cloninger, Walt ,f , , safer .1 Cathy Conner, George r V 'A Connolly, Keith Cook , as M ?lgge,",-' A ' ..,,,,...,,g,,i,gj-' ' H . X F- skys s David Copeland, Nancy Copeland, Leilani Cor- ' rell, Linda COX, Diana ' Crispin, Nancy Crunk 1 r S If m,l up 'A Cole, Sue Conaway, , x-iw if -,qw A r. ,gf - i E. vt, ,A 1 ' . in El A L ' ' joe Cruz, Margarita Q, - t Cruz, Cecilia Cummings, A - Sharon Cummings, Tom A A J- ' Davidson, Dan Davis in I . - , W ' ,, .. -,,. 3. - s. 'Wi , - W .ni ii A . rf jim Dew, Tom Dibler, Dennis Digenan, we 1 fbi? 'Wm gi 51 vu ' ,N Steve Dowers, Anna Drotleff, Sandra Duffy V Wards, jennifer Edwards, Vivian Edwards, jim Elark, Steve Ellis, Denny Embleton, Renee Erreca, janet Ertman, Lorraine Evans . I 84 ' 1 . f Bob Duncan, Gary Dye, Larry Dyer, Jack Ed- L, . w 1 F P Chris Faber, Alberta Fahnestock, Nancy Fere- bee, Janis Ferree, Ardis Flenniken, Sam Floyd, Gayle Ford' if 1 J 1 ff ,f e Lee Roy Foreman, Wilma Foster, Ienet Foures, Bob Fox, Da vid Franklin, Donna Franklin L Q" if A .1 Sherry Gaffney, Peg- '7 4 gy Gaines, Leslie I, Garner, Steve Gau- x " V Y tereaux, Rae Gay- V A lord, Tony Gaylord rims' if A -4 F ' Barbara Geroge, David Geurin, Toni ' X i M , Gill, Ron Gillihan, , joe Gonzales, Ed , Q, "' Goodhart Y' fri? allzgf l . fs Don Goodwin, Peggy V -, an Graham, Robert Graham A L 3 Chris Greer, Warren Q 2' , Gref, Annette Grisafi, A 'W J, lx , . PGITY Grosse Hancock Sue Haney, Tom Haney, jim Harmon, Allen Harper, Brenda Harris, Mary Hastie ?F , V V W- K ,WJ ,A ,A Craig Hagen, jamce Hales, Peggy Hall, Bob Hamman, Patsy Hanan, Barbara E 5, ,. 'Vt , ,,,,,,. , .. B .,,,, A ,af 1 ,- rr ,e 5 C Lucia Hayes,Carol Hays, Marie Hazlet, W, Barbara Henderson, Richard Henderson, jo ' Ann Hensley 85 ew 1- , P316 ,- l -B ,W -Us if . 7 baugh W., Phyllis House, Alice Howell, Terrance Howell, Cinda Hrbek, Ralph Huerta, Marsha Hunt, Joseph Huston Jackson, Bill Jackson, Alan James Paul Jeffeoat, Steve Jeffries V ' M 'E fi Steve Ihde, George lncampo, Walter , "" ' 7 .arf 1 . N i Janet Jenkins, Cheryl Jennings, Linda Jett, Delores Johnson, John Johnson, John Johnston, David Jones s, Larry Jones, Bill Jones, Carol Juberg, Tom Judd Linda Kawka, Phillip Keehan, E Barbara Kendrick J M 1, Tom Keller, Barbara Kendall " Q , 'J " if Kocher Q f W 86 Luis Hernandez Patti Herwehe Virginia Hewitt Loren Hill Robbie Hill, Carol Himebaugh Sandi I-lime David Kennel, Sue Kerley, Mar lene Kinch, Shirley King, Nalani Kittle, George Knight, Mary David Lewallen, Antoninette Lindemann, Jay Livesay, Connie Longmire, Sandi Love, Karen Lowry, George Ludtke 1 Kathy Luper, Alan Mac Lean, David Maier, jim Makey, Marl-c Makings, Carol Maleta, Claudia Mallette S., 'i u I 'f xl, 'IW !'1 5 yea' Jack Manckia, April Mansfield, Debbie Marberg, Bob Marlin, Brenda Masciotta, Richard Massena, Melvin Maston Glenda Matthews, Laura Mays, Dennis Mc Atee, Kathleen Mc Auley, Linda Mc Bride, Linda Mc Clure, Ron Mc Cormick jim Mc lntire, Steve Mc Kinley, Bob Mc Roberts, Marilyn Meadows, Bruce Mendenhall - 'Z' V , if If F3 1 -Q 1 4. . p.,,,-, wa. pk Ray Moore, Jim Moorhouse, l Moss, Charles Most, Sandi Mull, jerry Munzer, Janis Murrah Joseph Menzie, Glenn Meza, 'V Robert Meza, Georgette Miller, Pam Mills 'lv 'K' 1' 1 Don Lapping, Ada Lara, Bob Lawson, Phyllis Le Bel, Carolyn Ledak, Victor Lee, Susan Lester Warden Minor, Steve Moelter, Tina Monaghan, Kathleen Mondy, Patricia Montour, Larry Moore, Linda Moore 87 MA M fl Linda Plybon, Terry Poe, 'E 'Li' J Eric Polanski ai- P Q3-1' 'ix .., la g 'iff ' .-5.5,-5: " , H- ZH g Nelson, Peggy Nephew Berry New , , David Newton, I Jim Norberg, Sallie Norton gl , :?,:,, p HW J M f Barbara Murray, Fred Nabeta, Linda Nakashiina, Natalie J MW? v A X, Diane O Neill, Mari Oakman, 'W Sandi Olson, Mary Ann Ostermeyer V --v S, Jesse Ostler, Eileen Parsons will is ,f Annette Paulcovits Allan Perry, Barbara h , Perry, Janice Petaja, Y-., 'p , 4 W - j John Petaja, Ernie ig: ty af- K Petrosino, Jack Phelps, l'rr I A - PM , ff Q V, i f Don Phillips 1 5 II : 5 'Y ' ' 7 M ' . X ' J f ' 5 f., .M W -1 I in ilk ' Linda Prevatt, Carl Prince, Rocky Prior, David Provost 4 'Q' ,. - ,W ,.... J ' J Alina Pidermann, Anna Pike, Adele Pinney ,, M -K 4 I Marie Polenz, Joanne Porter, Judy Powers I Vicki Prust, Barbara Queen, Bob Rachac, Larry Radebaugh qi 'B if E' .uw ,, A Q if as f W W , I 88 Ronald Reid A 4 ,. X, . , e .. Dennis Rake, jo Ann Rarnbeau, Jim Reed, Leoma Reed, ,, ,Q . . Walter Rice, Kathleen Richard- son, Marleen Richardson, Parn Riley, john Rios, Linda Roach, Cathleen Roberts 3 W - 1 , ,M , -CW? .ug N af fx li - e I .TW Q Nancy Revetta, Linda Reynolds, Pat Reynolds, Bill Reynolds ,- . ' 1' , l ' ' . 4 l YU' f K sa I maxi, U ti it L . ,,,. . - . . 7 l W: rl ,IFN H . -fm fir-if , l , . iii ' " 7 t '.:'Zil f3' N ugngg . B 4 Y v K '21 I , i f 51552 lg, R Alfred Samples, Bob Sanborn, Edra Sanders e Robertson, Roessler, Rohn, Dennis Duane , Barry Karen Rosen- Q4 Steve Ruff, Yvonne Ruiz, Emily Rumsey Q , ' 1 ' ap f f 3 5. if s Mark Russell, Martin " V Rymer, Timothy Rymer ii R f ,f QE? 'li S r R iv 'H George Sanudo, Babbette Sauer, Diane Saul, Scott Savage , r , + 5- fnx , K - U d. Gaylee Schmidd-ce, Karen Schuler, Cliff Schwarz, Bob Scott 89 Keith Sears, Charles Seck- ner, Linda Seiber, Sue Sen- cenich, Huey Sessions, Rollie Sexton, Edna Shaplin b ,. A 'Q 4 at . W3 ,xx Mike Smith Philip Smith Raymond Smith, Timothy Smith, Joyce Soltau, Diane Sorenson, George Sperry 3 xr an " , ,, , , G., his 4 5 ton, Paul Sickler, Dewey Smart, Allan Smith, Bruce Smith, Dennis Smith Mary Spirkoff, Bruce Spra- gue, Barbara Spratley, Charles Staff, Cheri Stam- men, Theresa Starkey, john Steffler Wyn Stevens, Morris Stewart, Mike Stone, Sharon Stout, David Stratton Kathleen Sullivan, Mike Sullivan, john Summers, Carol Summersgill, James Supinger Cecelia Tamblyn, Cheryl Tate, Betty Taylor, Larry Taylor, Philip Taylor Steve Thatcher, Clarence Thomas 90 Linda Shelton, Marla Shel- Barbara Thompson, David Thurman, Noreen Timlick, Ed Tomlinson, Dennis Topp, Lynette Torrey, Warren Totten s f .. s ,gf Yvonne Ulloa, Maria Valen- cia, Dorothy Van Cleef, Cheryl Vander Busch, Suz- anne Van Deweghe, Donna Van Vechten, Cindy Wade Y -f' 'F ' ,Q MQ , 1. 9 4 I x if . wif se? .1 - f ,,, N, V x Q 'NI Q Cr fu fi Y ff ' David Touchstone, Roy Trent, Charles Truax, Sandi Trusty, Deborah Tucker, Steve Tuttle, Josephine Ullery Charles Weeks, Mil-ce Wells, James Wenstrom, Monica West, Paul Wheeler Rebecca Whitaker, Phillip White, Richard White, Lynn Whitten, Debra Williar Matthew Wojdak, Sheila Wolshin, Randy Wood, julie Yates, Marc Yaxley Ron Zimlich 91 sa-4 -V Sandra Walker, Frederick -B I , Waller, Esten Walsh, Robert W arnock, Dona ld Warren, Richard W atson, Vercia Watson Y , ,Wm ,ag 'Q , "Ughs" who entered our campus CLASS OF '69' "UN Harry Gullett President 'Vt' Debbie Schubert Vice President Robbyn Cummings S eeretary r B From a group of anxious little rd two years ago, the class of '69' has developed into an industrious, hard-working group. Breaking with tradition, their major activities were an after game dance and a candy sale. We all anticipate new ideas to come about next year as the sophomore class advances into upper classmen. 92 fv 17. Margie Snfiflh Treasurer 11540 if I- fi. Mr. Hart Advisor 4,8 Mr. Eastlick Advisor si EK I' tk. I ,ap "a. "ls 51' 'xl-as .-as is " sl' 5 315 is :C r Q' sg "" 325 'A Landis Bender, Gerald Benham, john Berggreen, Judy Bergren, Cynthia Bernard, .Q K 1 5 ' Q 'T' 5 A -..J .1 I' 1 Ronald Bistodeau, Patricia Blocker, Mark Blowers, Roger Bohac, Teresia Bounds, 3,7 .Lg Bonnie Cabral, Francis Agundes, Bonnie Allen, Adrienne Alpert, Mary Alva- rez, Stan Alvarez, Belinda Alvord, Barbara Amado Timothy Andreason, Brian Applegate, Karen Arnett, Mary Barham, Lori Barnes, Jackalyn Barnett, Kathlene Barney l A ii I Terry Barrett, Terry Barrett, Wayne Bar- , -lzl ,T 1 '-if wick, Thomas Bayly, Paralee Bearden Gary Betz, janet Bevers, Robert Billings, Terry Bingham, Mark Bowling, David Boyles, Anthony Brady, Patricia Brady, Victoria Bramble, Daniel Brimm, Richard Britla, Charles Brown, Richard Brown, Stephen Brown, Ruth Buell, Timothy Burris, john Butler, Cindy Byers, TJ! in f 1 Ki fe- J x fi, 1 M., t 'T 'lv 'A Laurie Carrol, Steven Carver, Darlene Castle, Robert Castle, Colette Chance, Thomas Chaves, Joseph Chiaramonte. Don Dietrich, Donna Dinkins Ralph Dixon, Antonio Dominguez, William Donoho, Robe DOW: Dillingham, Debbie i - : rt Linda Douglas, Steven Dowiat, David Downs, Robert Doyle, Paul Draper, Margret Du Planti, David Duncan, -W all., as, ,.,,,, Randy Caldwell, Virginia Campbell, Miguel Candia, Philip Cannariato, Chuck Cannon, Richard Carlson, Q-mf Carolyn Choate, Roger Clark, Stephen Clemmons, Steven Cleveland, Susan Coneen, William Conover, Dfanne De Borde, Thomas De Hart, jon De Leeuw, Gary De Monto, Robert De Walt, Gilbert Diaz 3 Daniel Corder, james Correll, Felicia Cottrell, Betty Cresswell, Nancy Creveling, Sheila Culver Robin Cummings, Pete Curione, Bonnie Darby, Veletta Dart, Anna Davidson, George Davidson, Eben Da Vinci, Jana Davis, 94 : - My , gif ' 5 , '. "' 1 ' , az I., . j' .la ,,. ' - Kevin Gallagher, Michael Garris, Tom Gay, William Geddes, Janie George, Lydia Geraldo, Steve Cilb, Susan Edwards, Stephen Eggleston, Marieetta English, Ronald Ermian, Glenna Eubanlc, Patricia Farnham, Stephen Fisher, Morris Floyd, Linda Ford, Phyllis Forror, Michael Foster, Robert Gaines, Fredric Faverty, Laura Feathers, Roy Feathers, Lynn Epperson, Sally Ferris, Sharon Fiegal, jim Finell, Carol Gill, Gregory Gossett, Mike Gracia, Debra Graham, Oran Grant, Joe Grisafi Karen Grube 9 , ,K ,Q Harry Gullett, Hargett N.- f-7 Howard Hall, james Donnia Harris, St David Hartman 'vyx Lf 3 eve Harrison, .1 K ' L Q.: : Q If 1 at .H F 9? an L l wa- 6 95 M2 F F ., M I 'Fri Donna Harvey, Crystal Hascall, Marjon Hauft, Guy Hawkins, john Head, Clyde Henderson, Charles Hennessey Daniel Hennessey, Lois Henry, Steve Henry, Keith Hensley, Craig Henton, Milton Herbyha, Ernest Herwehe f I x QQ' 1. 1 ..-an-n-.an J nf iffif Shirley Hill, Franklin Hilton, Barbara Himebaugh, Tim Hinan, Keith Hinrichsen, Duane Hobbs, John Hoffman 5 I f l Mm W. 1 Pamela Holenda, Jean Holland, Bill Holland, Scott Homan, Judy Horn, Linda Horney, Bob Horton ww gl iw n Steve Hum, Pat Hunt, Charles Hyatt, Bradley lhde, Bill Jackson, Joel Jcffcoat, Herman Jeffcoat Gary Jenner, Sherry Jennings, David Jeter, Judy Johnson, Gail Jollie, Barbara Jones, Jill Jones ' 58 J I ' r L - 'v -1 J i , Xe 4 Sf. X 'A A ' 'J H . ,.,. 5 it Marilyn Houston, Bob Houx, Mike Howard, Roger Howard, as Debra Hoxsey, Joan Huges, John Hughes 9 ,, I 1 Lorna Kane, Geni Katz, Susan Kayler, Pat Kearney, Gale Keefer, Ross Kerns Kenny King, David Klein, Kathryn Koppel, Robert Koske, Tim Kramer, Roberta Krauss Joyce Kroeger, Don Krouse, Masae Kubota, Greg Kunkel, Pat Kwiatt, Cindy Kwngler sf , ,rf ' Wfigfffg.,-,g.':fi: v 6 ,.,.,f,f ' ,- ff sv David Lockard, Marianne Long, Maria Lopez, Robin Low, Ruben Luna, Phyllis Lynn, Orval Magee Gertrude Mallette, jo Ann Manire, Bruce Marlin, Cynthia Marquis, Tim Masterson, Harry Mayfield, Lewis Mayfield Constance La Chappa, Mike Langley, Bob Lau- ghery, Jim Lawson, Martha Leaird, Patrice Lehr, Alan Linn it I fa D f" Q' x fe. K 1', f .f vs.r L Ron Mills, Linda Millspaugh, David Montgomery, Rita Montgomery, Bill Morrison, Steve Morse, Chris Mortensen, Melinda Morton, Olla Mose, Kathy Murphy, Kevin Murphy, Joyce Mylerberg Pat Neal, Vickie Neal, Gary Nelson, Gary Nesmith, Bob Nhrelington, Mark Nichols Pam Mc Atee john Mc Creedy, Ann Mc Cullough, Mike Mc Dowell, Larry Mc Gauley, Brock Mc an - if 3 5: CL '5"'i Roberts, Elizabeth Meadows Terry Mendenhall, Lorna Metzen, Wilhemina Meyers janet Michalewski, Ken Miles Gail Miller Leroy Millil-can 97 Sharon Nichols, Raymond Noyes, Marion Nutter, Pat O Dell, Carla Oakley, Suzanne Oden, Bob Ordway Kathleen Osborne, Ken Owens, Chris Pagan, Dianne Parham, Eleanor Parker ,V Sm Yvonne Parrish David Par tain Terri Passafume Robert Patterson, Stevan Pedroarena, Heather Penman Richard Perkins, 3 'hd YN7 Terry Powers, James Preston, Jackie Priddell, Angeline Provenzano, Gary Rachac, Tim Rad- mall, Vicki Rains Suzanne Ralph, Abraham Real, Linda Reid, Tommie Reid, Robert Renfro, Mike Richards, Herman Rios fm r Rhonda Petty, Bill Petty, Charmaine Phipps, Chester Pohle, joe Potoky Brian Perry, Bruce Perry, Lester Peters, Roberta Peters, Susan Peters, Judith Peterson, Margie Petrosino Aw f Af L Don Roberts, Dorothy Robertson, Vaughn Robin- son, Anthony Robles, David Rodriguez 98 K Q, 7 J-,y if S' ' - r M In-1 ' 'X rx I ,px S' "!l:J-12:55 - - -f i. E' C it uw . -S Q 3 "' 982 in W is 9 "-fb. ,N Q Juanita Sanders, Mary Sandvig, Barbara Sandy, Margaret Saul, Craig Scandin Maryann Sceniak, Lynne Schaeffer, Debra Schu- I t bert, Nancy Schuler, Chris " ,fj Scott, Pat Scott, Steve Seyler xs- Arnold Shackelford, Richard 1 Shaffer, Chris Shaw, Keith "' Shellman, Rex Shook, Albert Shoquist, Carry Shrum ' -5 C, .fl , Ffa " at , i . X C , Y smoek, Myra Skellie, Patti sioan Margaret Rogers, David Romero, Larry Roth, Nellie Rymer, Greg Sanborn, Don Sanders, John Sanders l , FT.: . xl Ra mond Simard Deborah Simmons Randy . if a '9' . v- v "" 14 kgs., -' Q. 'Kiev 1' ' M 'f fnl' ' ,Jw Q.. wi,- Clifford Smart, Carolyn Smith, Joyce Smith, Larry Smith, Marjorie Smith, Steve Smith Mike Smock Eugene Smullen, Pam Snouffer, Carol Snow, David Snyder Leonard Solomon David Sparks Richard Sparks L -rf. , Jessie Sprague, Laura Staley, Karen Stanley, Linda Starkey, Rickey Stevenson 99 ff 1-Ji as W I ,iw P L David Stewart, Michelle Stewart, Bob Stinton, Sherrill Stropes, Mary Stubbs, Bob Summers, Joe Tate, vid Temple ton, Don Thompson, Malcom Leonard Tomlinson, Thomas Tonkyro, Tim Tonkyro, Kathy Touch- stone, janet Traisi, Paulett Tschumperlin, Richard Tuttle, Vernon Tweedie, David Tychsen, Richard Ullery, Vayne Vallery, Bob Thompson, Bill Thomp- son, Bill Thomson, Virginia Tochtrop, Susan Toft, Kathy Tomberlin, ,I Ron Van Derweghe, Thomas Van Holst, Olivia Verdugo, Linda Vernor, Charles Verran -.V WL 4 100 'xx ,ff Q3 K- .,...,.i'2 Ron Watson, Bobby Welch, Richard Wells, Jerome Welsh, Otto Werner, Robert Wessel, Tom Whalen Collin Wray, Ellen Wray, Michael Yeargan, Gloria Zeller, Carol Zolle 101 Joann Vitale, Paul Vogel- song, Mark Waggoner, Tim Wagner, Marcia Wahl, Maureen Walerius, Ed Walker, joel Walker, Sam Walker, Victoria Wall, Gerald Wallace, Vincent Waller, Janet Whelply, Suzanne Wiclick, Carl Willian, David Williams, Chris- tine Wilson, Alfred Wiltforig, Nancy Wine, Richard Winters, Daryl Witcraft, Michael Wojdak Christopher Woods, ei.: CLASS OF '70' if in john Eisloeffel jerry Smith Vice President , is President e 36 '1 fb Secretary Kathy Houston Don Blevins Treasurer 1 The similarity between the anatomy of a common croaking amphibian and that of a human being was extremely easy to see at the freshman assembly early this year. The ridiculous feats they had to perform to prove their worthiness as braves and maidens of E. C.V.l-I. S. included hopping like frogs and chirping like birds. More important things awaited their exhuberance, however, and it was soon turned to the task of setting up a constitution. Nor did they neglect to elect class officers. On Monday, February 6, 1967 the class of 1970 made choices as to who would be their first leaders. No longer croaking frogs and chirping birds, no longer eager and impatient new comers, the first graduating class of a new decade has established itself well. rain Mr. Young Advisor Mr. Gonzales Advisor. John Aaron, Kahty Abel, Antoinette Acebedo, Robin Ackroyd, Kathryn Adams, Karla Adkisson, Keith Ainsley Cheryl Allen, Gloria Allen, Robert Alvarez, Barry Alvord, Ann Anderson, Harry Anderson, Jeri Anderson Mike Barnes, Tamara Barrett, Betty Barrows, Gayle Beard, Ruth Beazley, Rickey Becker, Aurora Beltran Charles Benedict, Barbara Benintende, Edward Berlinguette, Clifford Berry, Kathy Betts, Janice Bickley, Evelyn Bingham Larry Anderson, Pat Larry Armstrong, Linda Armstrong, Elizabeth Arnold, Tina Arreola Larry Baer, Susan Baier, Don Baird, Delbert Baker, Tom Baker, Mike Baldwin, Virginia Barker ,L if KN? -In Geoffrey Bingham, Richard :-, 2.31 Birchfield, Jocelyn W Blankenship, Don Blevins, Geneva Bobof, Reese Boldrick, Leona Bookout Sue Bowersox, Steve Boyd, Larry Branstetter, Mike Brimm, jim Briscoe, Sandi Bronson, Lizabeth Brown, Richard Brown Anderson, Despina Anes, l Debra Broyles, Sandi Bryan, Susan Buchanan, Walter Buckingham, Wayne Buckingham, Duane Buehner, Eddi Butts Diane Byrne, Cynthia Cabral, Deborah Cabral, Errnelinda Cabrera, jennifer Calle Alan YY Campbell, Harry' Cannon u 3 Cu Q-W a i l f F N' 1 Ns- f 1 ii Nancy Clayton, Jeff Cohen, Caren Collins, am Cleek, Gary Cloer, Kay ,- David Connell, Ricky Cooper Bill Caron, James Carpenter Nina Carr, Sandi Castillo, Terry Castle, David Castro, Ron Caulby Carol Chamberlain, Bill Chapin, Glenda Chartier, Karen Cheney, Paul Cheney, Tim Chitwood, Janice Christenson Janice Costley, Biatriz Cota, Elizabeth Creelman, Rosemary Cresswell, Debbie Crossley, Mary Cummings, Pam Curl LZ 3 ,Q 4 Pat Dams, Elbert Darby, Pat Daugherty, David Davalos, Val Davenport Richard Davey, Stanley Davidson 7 Danny Davies, Roberta Davis, Sheila Davis, Wiley Davis, Ga1'yDawley, Greg DeHart, David DeMuro Jeanie Dertolucci, David Dodson, Mike Donoho, Cheryl Draper, Janice Driggers, Gary Duncan, Kathy Durnell Kathleen Dykes, Mike Dyvig, Martha Edwards, Raymond Edwards, Vicki Eggleston, John Eisloeffel, Cathy Eister ,rg 1 3 Doug Fields, Jack Files, Collette Fisk, Josephine Flores, Daniel Fontenot, Sydney Fontenot, Avis Foster Richard Fox, Suzi Franklin, Terri Frazer, Deborah Freeman, Mary Freeman, Paula Fuller, Gilbert Furguson -sv Robert Elkins, Mike Elliott, Cheryl Ellis, Chris Embleton, Dalton Endicott, Devon Ericson, Ole Ernst Wayne Erreca, Fred Essig, Emelie Estes, Dwyer Everly, James Farley, Dennis Ferree, John Field Qv -r'4 1 Jerold Gansch, Cynthia Gautereaux, Trudie Gay- lord, Mike Geddes, Chris George, Ken Gestiehr, Barbara Gibson La Donna Gibson, Marcia Gilb, Robert Good, John Gould, Mike Graalfs, David Green, Pat Grizzle f 5 ' Don Hatcher, Clarence Hawkins, Penny Hawkins Linda Haynes, Randy Hays, Carol Head, Bob Henderson Beverlee Hilding, Steve Hirsch, Kathleen Hodge, Myron Hodge, Christine Hodgkinson, julie Hoge, Deborah Holenda, Karen Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Ann janeski, Fred Jenkins, Deborah Johnson, Donald Johnson, Mark johnson, Thomas Johnston, Charle Jones, Susan jones, Debb jorkxnan, Vern Judd, Lloyd Kaster, Diana Keefer ,,... s ie , 106 Arthur Grupe, Steve Haber, Dennis Haislip, Pam Hall, Phyllis Hall, Bruce Haney, Susan Hanson Melinda Harman, Steve Harmon, Bob Hartnett, Ken Harto, jim Harvey, Peg Hastings, Kelley Hatch Raymond Hom, Rodney Hoover, Stephen Horn, Earl Houck, Mary Hought- by, Kathleen Houston, Debra Howard, Mike Howell, David Leonard, Linda Hurburt, Michael Hutchins, Laura Hyde, Kathy Indalan, james Jack, -QA ,,.' sri.-:f-::a:ir 1 -ww --'nw -.aa 1.111 5 Q, ,M 4, 3 L f 'T-P' , , , Beverly Kuptz, David Ladd, David Lajoie, Patricia Lakin, Treva Lambert, Scott Lanahan, Frank Lancaster james Langford, Richard Lapping, Karen Lawrence, Darlene Lawrie, David Lebel, Peter Leo, Susan Lesher ft:-fam. :,g,:,' is , ,. SE 1. rw K 'rf ,Q ft .. .,, Donna Kelley, William Kendrick, Willard Kent, Susan Keppler, Frank Kessler, Kathleen Kin- caid, joseph King, Sam King, Ioan Kings- land, Patricia Knight, Rebecca Knippelmeyer, Kathy Kocher, Loura Kocher, Frank Kollath is K S .2 5 '1 Mary Lynch, Drummond Macomber Chris Maikish Patrick Makings, Shirley Maleta, Judith Manckia, Sarah Mangus David Marcoux, Robin Marquis, Daniel Martin, Fred Martin, Richard Martinez, Robert Mathews, Margaret Mathias 1 .-QR . Patricia Leuthard, Kristine Lindlan, Helen Little, Dianne Lockard, jon Long, Susan Long, Ken- neth Lonngren Wanda Lou, Cynthia Lucas, Ron Lucas, Robert Luker, Charles Luna, Alana Luper, Mark Lynch ...nf-4 ww Kathleen Moore, Mi- chael Moore, Robert Moors, Linda Morris, Janet Mosher, Karl Most, Darell Murray Susan Murray, Janice Nabeta, Gary Nakashima, Robert Naslund, john Nason, Leslie Neff, Michael New I, .,,. ,. 1: ' -:. I , A, ffl' ':.,,,:- ,K ,. I K SF, ' ' ' wxfiwt f -257 ' :KI ?11'?7Sr,f-.'I'Q5:E9'4ziT.w:Tss1i Richard Mayer, john Mc Clain, Curtis Mc Clure, Susan Mc Kinley, Kathryn Mc Master, james Mc Mur- try, Brad Mc Roberts Claude Means, Michael Mello, Brian Miller, jacque- line Millermon, David Moelter, Virginia Montoney, Dennis Moody ,gn f' Linda Padstein, Judee Pagan, Diana Parsons, Robert Partain, Mod- eral Patterson, Deana Paxton, Teri Pedersen Leslie Pedroarena, Martha Penn, Susan Pereira, Juan Perez, Richard Permetti, De- marise Peters, john Petropolis . ,na . W WY wma :-f:,:'-a:'--",' M E' I 'Ds J p, 1. my uw ,: ...fy , X' S Tim Newingham, Larry New ton, James Nichols, Alan Nickwood, Eletta Nicolet, Fred Nicolet, Katherine Nicolet Nancy Nix, Kenneth Noorda, Elizabeth Noyes, Christine Oakman, Paula Ohm, Peggy Olson, Leslie Owens 108 Mary Phillips, Debra Phipps Ron Pinegar, Glenn Pla, jean Plummer, Bonnie Pra- ther, Paul Prather 2 Sandra Pressley, Randall Prince, Helen Prink, Mary Pruett, Terrie Quick, Bob Rambe au, Michael Rarnbow Karen Rigsby, Larry Riley, Loya Rios, Charles Robbins, Glenn Robbins, Donald Roberson, Linda Robertson Robert Robinson, Chris Rohn, Pam Rohner, Barbara Rollison, Teresa Romaine, Susan Root, David Rose Shelley Randall, Sharon Raney, Cheryl Reardon, Lynn Reid, Rosalie Reilly, Ioan Reinau, Wayne Repass Jacki Rhoden, Mark Rice, Patricia Rice, Iris Rich- ards, john Richardson, john Ricketts, john Ries- sen A as -S4 Charles Rosson, Susan Rousseau, Fred Ryll, Florence Salyers, Brenda Sanders, Fred Sauer, Nancy Schuler Thomas Scott, Robert Semler, Roxie Shannon, Richard Shaplin, Carol Sharrar, Paul Shartel, Elizabeth Shelton Cynthia Sheridan, Alan Shidner, Charles Sipes, joel Skellie, Phyllis Small, Alan Smelko, Alberta Smelko David Smith, Gerald Smith, Hollace Smith, Karen Smith, Patrick Smock, Kathleen Snoddy, jon Snodgrass 2.e' - I . .LL Sh- ss 1' . 1 Tai' .i ,pf V, l Q ,,,. 5 ,kia ,Q , L Rr Q .,.. u f f . swf if fm, a s I David Stroberg, Barbara Strumsky, jim Sturm, jane Sweet, Susan Tay- lor, Cynthia Tempelton, Rex Tempelton Ed Terrazas, Susan Thatcher, Bridget Tho- mas, Ed Thomas, Pam Thomas, Dennis Thomp- son, Tim Thompson pf' 'lv tag, 1 1' s. 'hx , William Snyder, Robert Soto, Steven Spirkoff, Marsha Sporer, jo Staggs, Richard Starkey, Georgette Steffler Gary Stevenson, Nanette Stinton, joseph Stowers, Francis Straka, Gary Stratton, Gloria Straw, jan Straw 1 Q' 5 A Q' S ,I E I A, s 4 ,,, f , -I .. ,, at ,l mm... ' mg s -1 .- 1 . Lynda Tidwell Nanette Tinton Betty Tomberlin, Craig Torrey, Richard Trusty, Michael Turner, Debra Twite f' . 1 A 1 110 James Vidano, Judith Vierkant, Eva Villanueva, James Villeneuve, Katherine Volore, Michael Wagner, Barbara Walker vu James Walker, Verde Walker, Terry Wallace, Betty Waller, Earl Walsh, Shelia Wampler, Rene Wantiez Sally Ward, Maureen War- nock, Alan Watson, Charles Wells, Therese West, Leslie Westmoreland, Vance Wiesendanger Qi? ABSE TEES Williams, Robert illiams, Barbara Will- Darrel Winters, Wise, Richard ise, David Woods Woods, Marsha ooldridge, Barry Wool- , Charles Wright, Wright, joy ount, Thomas Zeller I A Debbie Armstrong, Plato Chase, Pete Faber, Marty Giuliani, Donna Janes, Randy Money, Harry Painter David Paul, Dave Riddell, Marvin Roper, David Smith, jerry Snow, Janice Tinkey fb' 7 A Z f iw-' 5 "" Q' Nw fx, wW7f yf X s X in X X xMxxf9HX1fJxxi!4x!!f Q X X4 X X - 1 i., v Yzlxlllllf 'Z if C' 7f"f ff f X X WH?w'e2+9f' 2 Wfwf f f Xxx xf 'XX ff 'V ,N f y ! ,jf' , X 1 ' Q-X! Z 4 X N X f f ff xx XX X ar Y f x X '- V X ?p 1 uf! f H ff if I tx , , X Xl X. f' X f' . xx R -. 1 I, .Y V ,. ,. I ' ,' X " X XXX X ' 540 1 X ,f!f'Wf' ,. Q X af kg51SmgE1.5i I Ng , f f 1 I 6 viii? x , XXX : 'el 'Q f 0 m J? 1 " Q Each year at harvest time the Yavapai Indians Went to the fields to work in the hot sun and gather in their crops. The labor was very difficult and the people Worked for many days to accomplish their task. At the close of the harvest time each year the bravest and hardest Working warriors would become sick and die. The Yavapai could not understand why the gods saw fit to punish them in this manner. The medicine man of the village exhausted all his skills without discovering the cause of the annual tragedy. One day he spoke to the god of the harvest and came back with this message to the people. "The god of the harvest is very angry. Each year you Work in the fields until your backs are nearly broken and your hands blister because of your toil. Do you not know that regular festivals are necessary to make your labors pleasant and more productive?" The Yavapai accepted the bidding of the god and the harvest claimedno more braves. The lives of the people became more enjoyable and the harvest more fruitful. nigga e L LUCAPAUUTERNA HAIIEMmm'1:g'+f' mr 5' r F H A In V -H VMKVVV WW' ,:' IP . , X k wwwmwwuw " - f .x L'L1-"- , ll gy., '- '- e ' , , ,I L I ' , If I ' f NM ms' .- AAIQI tt "-Q , .M.,L.L L UM L C U Rl Apt .in H H' 'W , I. ,lf-i jl xF.?d. tilyjjl I If ' . 1 duel 1' .- 3 ll S, ""i. ' I .1 !'gf" "W mt V' lryi rl ik I . 1 i n E ,.,, . KKL 4. , , if I.L, L,.,'. . N t ' t A .,,, tett e My ' r .. V -:-. -. .". r -if f. z, 1 us p ? il,. .m Zg W.il zgb Q4'.. 4 , t t r ,AAI V 1M . ,w , iitl . , a, ttt t f i 1 re M . t Q t A r L . Q er :" V ,,,,A ,A, .,., lL '- r A 2 t f-H-.:1 2 tulations to the class of '67" Cartwright Termite Coxntrol 'on Calif. "Congra 828 N. Second St. E1 Caj , g mee it 6 A Hvmf 13,9 S ' LQWAEEUF DRA? fa rViLl 1 i 51:75 SPR? S2555 ING kM1,Wnnrvf.f" , L.-- Em BHNEELBEE wgnawggggnm eau PN U 3 5 Q.. RUM Tm, ., Q., gly S - XC 2f L X L N E if V00 C A ivf . . l i? 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N -1.. il' ' ... --Q A L, LM g ,L 1. k s. - - ' M ,, gauxovwf af? ' iff! I I R A A f COLOR rf fi fm R' J' 'J V 5 Elf t rw ' 1 r , , -4 B F, K 1 L D 5 A R I E' R B f A 119 , ...Q K P' . X ,f , . . -in F 3 . E' , E., -, , f ga 1 1 eg- J ' ii 5 if F - A V g a SENIOR CORPS BANNER HIGH PENNANTS it R Q 'D ,4 . yr ' X C0 CERT BA D 5 K I I I U .V,, A . I Mk . X fi I N VALLEY MUSIC STORE 532 East Main E1 Cajon, California 120 Soloists: Tom Deen, Chris Woods, and Tim Sperry. fi K. ..A,A. W.. ,,..,,.. L,L. f1w,,,,..,.,.....,....,- TASTY BAKE SHOP 144 E. Main 444-3686 El Cajon, California Special Decorated Cakes on Short Notice. We Say lt With Music Nelhybel--Rossini---Dello joio--- El Cajon's Blue Ribbon Marching Band changes formation each Winter ready to fill the concert halls. The brilliant annual Spring Concert, tan- talizing Dinner - Concert, massive Exchange Concerts, and an educational Spring tour are all included in the highlights of the year's activities for this busy group. Under director james Christie's up- raised baton the year comes to a close with Pomp and Circumstance for Commencement exercises. 5 Soloist: Diane Sorenson AS- ? -fa .lf 'wwf x, J ' V -eil nf 'J' ' I ,A fp., Wgux jg LVL! vjw ,W ff' -ww , ,,, i: , 5, iw ,4f"'N h' 'iii' P .Y 4 1 A 'sr H, jf' . Q -3 31, n :Q I ,K ,N N-gg, J : - -A-- -.a,q.'h-V-.L Q ' 1, ,g,,g1:Z'S::-t.h, M 4,,igq ,,.,,i,q1QfS, 'xr ef' ' xe5fp1U Z, .:,g,,L ,xg wr L fx! 13:-1 ,--f- + I J u. : Z 1. 'ln A A W v--- V' Q- J Q .- - "' - yr rx: , :Y ' 22? f wr'-fi.-12 .,., .Q A wg M35 fy' ' ,wzibf -A in 5 m' wg. ixwasifigrgj ra, a ",1ii55f,,g4,gfhf:fElQHf:,L1g3wj,,frfr' W1-'13 YQf,r,M.' ' ,ffl gf- ka . 5' r ,Maxx .,, 52' fa?...L1g3f-K 1 iff- mwwg 1 f , mama: 1 A if lk E ef I 'H A . . Rf -T55 ry, I 'ARP-'f?f62'f' i Air , . Q K gr ii if f' was .W - ff 1, 5 ks ,- - ,A .,f- y " 'Q g 1-.yy fwsfzti 'ti 'QNX 5 li, -. -, safli S 15.22115 ?fQ?J . Q j s., , .Sb ,Q :.2:,. .3 Asif 3, N., l 1 .,,....,:: K "f"' maxi., ' 7'f"2-4-' V 516 4 Secretary Lurcne Martin , fe - N "EP: L 412' .......... ,rr , y ,M 5 ' si V , , fel , r X 3 l L ' , X . i 12 L 1 , 'T' r 1 4' V 235 61 6,5 me ' f f ' A Wm. A-an gre 3' 5 525 iv' 1.. ..", . v : a,. fz4',g:i2f . f - fi -4 ,IV yf:-,.,.z,-ffvqzaf, -ff, A . fr it ,S Treasurer P at Speckm an E :.i,f , F "' A, 'fa A. V W si .KN jf 5 ? wiv, , my 'Sw A A .. 'ag' 'M M 1 fi To the Bravette s, For eight years I have ha d the My t is X 1 gs 12, wfj. x if 4 ge g PM XX 3 X7 top t, girls in school -- the only had the Corps, but in the total school as editors and staff members . ,ff and commissioners officers, honor graduates -- I representative to every activity on and Song and Cheer. On this basis have been an You have been a and have impressed people communities with your diean, of wholesome youth. integral part and that of in spirit. It is obvious that you Bravette s El yourselves, and 'know that your been outstanding. I have been especially proud to have been 15 . able to state to the general public you are "my girls, " or rather, that I am the advisor to the Bravett C orps . e To those of you who will be ECVHS' this yezhx I extend best be , 1. We gf messag I ' SEQ I , .X will all con I . ff w I jf ' - "' A for success. TQ,those of marching "the year, Islmow fou Wo all oanM . 4 'H ',' 1, -QI, A', H f1Ha1W51sd. ' - fi as WK bi mv, R Q n 9 L . . , gee ,aa gf K! le Q X 4 in 4 W1 5 i r dy ' 'S 1 11 y ' 5 f S' ff' A ec ian , 'K ': X. . vt - 5 x I Q- K Sax., w ilt 5-5 I' VV.Shv if Y if X NA E . - I' ' 'K X S4 MX f gif' es 'infix t wafli K 3. 1 v' ' 5 ' x ees . . . N if 0 02 i . X . next This yeatgggllsde ax K pe ' ivy A of the most - pe V We" entire teaching ear'eeLr2Q4Y'pHrifi5ii , M, - W jk My dedication and as the finest band I5uea,eveilQiacf,f?g3 g,5,Q2!g1 556' 'gif Other years have beenie5J51'g4,?!,il?qVgfef i HO Veer has ever breegi'3Se3e5.f3i.eefifgififfffiz-5ii5fgfSL3.1b'ilEa3!Q of "Mountain Moving". of you contributed so Never have a'll Q much. Many, many I doubted as to whether you could storm of disappointment and fi in its xg .A ., Si as f ,' , ' 1 9-'K d should have known that El Cajon proud to be you are. I pledge to alley High School something spec that al. I with such aqfjsne group every El Cajon am privileged of the .future will 5 I for the qualities and you have established . The given me could not be 0? excellence and rewards you for any price. To of you, my final, "Thank Band . 5, f 5 K ir ""f'tx stie I a ,yfli I Cha H e Dire if cUor1liiCVI-IS ',, -is , 1, 'L ex iizvv- I fm. F lil me if! TREBLE AIRES Mrs. Montgomery Accompanist CHOIR STAFF CONCERT CHOIR Mr. Lutz Choir Director On December 14, students were taken from the everyday surroundings of a classroom into the world of Christmas. As the Concert Choir per formed, an air of "peace, goodwill toward all men" floated through the entire gymnasium with each note . Our Choir is not a seasonal one however, but thrills audiences throughout the year. Among the various activities on the Choir's calendar were performances at the Rotary Club on December 13, Glee Clubs on March 14, the Gross- mont High Music Festival on May 2, and a combined concert of Glee Clubs on April 25. 127 MC A DAILY DRAMA . . AA A At the first sound of the alarm clock judy awakens--fresh and eager to face another day. 7+ " .- Q' . , Ji 'M' . 'T 'Q i is idk ,J ,. a . . 1 1 If A 5-MS. as 3, i L gt its V, ' A s V ' if ' sf i , f S - Je Q A5 J' Q . :..4,., 43" ,GV ' Q . 'fs v .H Cano-cl S vp 'A , ,Umm Between classes Rick and the lastest news for gossi with their friends. PJ A W. .. .V ,V i- I 5 152 21. X : ff . 1 f Ai' Judy find time to exchange T .:,.LAb.I 4.. +21 3 Q K J 2 gf 2 52 ' E s Z-lik .0 AQ, 2 f 1 f tg! 'Zvi , Elly ,f git , 5 gi Z? Q LQ 'M ii '1 5 i . ' 35 f 2 maize.: I 8 l f 1 i X is ' I x x 5 . Q .1 2 : iw-: f E gi , I ",, 1: 5 yi .MW , X ., , l' Rick "ta11s up" with the tall corn taste of E the wrong cereal. 1 li gy F qxllgnt 5 'Q 532 'qi """"" 'Mb' i f :::, Eli 2523 25 f 5232, Q 2 l t , FQ I 5 ie ,xg ,J , J 4 t 2 EE 2 gi 3 s V Avfzazaszgf . K, f' Finding a space in the senior parking lot is not always easy. Rick sometimes has to im- provise. A budding scientist of tomorrow, or just an interested student, Rick experiments with the fundamentals of physics. .img 128 , . rg f ' it 5-kfea,-,,:ff' 'Y xiii 1 N S J i K X it "Perhaps we should join the Metrecal-for-lunch bunch. " BS t 1 n fi , Yeah, the last bell has finally rung! Rick and Judy have finished another six hours of learning, leaving with a few reminders of what is is store for them tomorrow. ln keeping with the President's physical fitness program, Judy enthusiastically participates in class sports. "We're from El Cajon and couldn't be proud- er. . ." Judy and Rick, just like hun- dreds of other students, join in proudly support- ing our school. 1 Like so many other students, Judy and Rick have to spend a few extra hours with their books to maintain their high class standings. 129 ' ' 1 - .im 1-"Eff 1 Q 2 - 2. , . .V 'I , - ,x . I .,I If 'VI ,I I 4 . -1 Q, I . "rl I V . ' ,I K' ' I ' A 1 'J fy 2 -1 .. Y A ' ' . A ,V IIV VI.. . .I V V I xI IV 5. Q 1 11 1 1 wqfsf - ' 141, E .11 1. ",:, 1. . 7 " 'M .1 1 .JN-pa' 11,1 " I .1 11 ' VV L ".Q1'. 3,11 1. 1 ., 'A -'fa I , ,Ig . 1 ..- , 1, I -1' I,, 1 - . I . . . 1' ,,.1 AWN V '. N . , 1 ' MW l 97.3" , 'W :X V an 4 1 T" y 'V , ' g W,-1 KI' 'C ff ' , 1 'M 1 ' I V11 Aw-.I , I! gf 1' A fslvix, ' I . 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I was particularly pleased to be a homecoming princess and to share in the thrilling festivities. Alnerlca and Brltauil have Hluch ln Lorna's classes, including such courses as Civics and common. There are differences of course and U, 3, History, were quits 3 Change from her Studies I hope that in accepting them we will in England- be able to shorten the distance across the Atlantic. Americans have every reason to be proud of their great nation. I am very grateful to have been able to spend this short year in the United States. El Ca- jon will always have a place in my heart. " Lorna Lloyd A member of ASB, Lorna participated in many of the student body activities and functions. Lf 1'5" -. j Every foreign exchange student fits into a very close home life. Lorna was no exception and became a very necessary part of the Kroupa family. 135 A developing ski enthusiast, Charles stays warm in the going-away jacket given to him by the class of '67, The Merz family and Charles pose behind their winter art creation. SWITZERLAND Charles Solomon writes of his Swiss family, "They are the dearest people who could ever live. They have had three A. P.S. students before me. They also are most charitable people. Yearly they donate a great deal of time and money for the sick, impoverished and less fortunate of the ENTIRE WORLD- a chi1dren's orphanage in Israel, flood victims in Italy, etc. ln every sense of the word my Swiss family is quite generous and wonderful --as are all of the Swiss people I have met." " E rl 'N X Y. ' I 1, at jk. Rm , 2 Q ' , Jig V, la? Charles frolics with "father" and "fi-iend". I S WU DERBAR Mr. Baker, advisor Pat Ainsley, president money to bring two students to El Cajon. Among the money-raising projects were Christmas card and A.F.S . share sales . The share sales drive was launched by an assembly at which many exchange students from area schools were present. The International Club members also sponsor an annual potluck to acquaint themselves with these students and with the members of the other clubs of the district. The International Club is the organization on campus which raises the funds necessary to bring a foreign exchange student to the United States . Last year the members not only succeeded in this undertaking, bringing Lorna Lloyd from England, but also raised enough money to send an ECVHS student, Charles Solomon, to Switzerland The goal for this year was to raise enough of the foreign A part of the entertainment at the annual pot- luck is provided by the foreigmexchange stu- dents. 'Zim This year has been a very good one for the International Club and it has broken all previous membexship records. HUMECUMING , ,, Queen Faith Janeski Princess jo Hinds Princess Sherry Vierkant Honorary Pr inc e S s Lorna Lloyd Princess Mary Vierkant Princess Judy Williams HOMECOMI .gzyn AV - y A i, up . fl 1.14, A f P' L , , X ' .f - ' fa? ' 1 - ,. ,p It ? A. 1 . :Q it 'DQR - XS, t , ll . 'Vg K 4, ' K 4 I V Wu? I ' , K .I eww 'Q vm ' 0 lg, I X Q f ' 5' , ,IZ ' Princess jo Hinds declared the first day of Homecoming . M.. ' ' f - ' 1: -uuu . Qi W , e week, "Crazy hats and different shoes day". Students :iz A . X X H 1 ' ,r" pg including the Homecoming court, appeared wearing -A 5 "" K K -f ' , ' B ,X 4 . ' absurd hats and mismatched shoes. . it A A , p W A .. ,. ' X - At mmf H- '+V W N I r- ,AA ..-.-.,,g.. On Tuesday Princess Faith Janesl-ci de- clared "Co1or Day", designating a par- ticular color for each class. Demonstrat- ing their school spirit, Seniors wore blueg juniors, greeng Sophomores, yellowg and Freshmen, white. "My name is Mary Vierkant, and I proclaim Wednesday dress-up day. " The Student Body and these A. S. B. members were in compliance with Prin- cess Mary's decree. WEEK ,, , V -,hi ii' igfsfsiiff' f '- , YQ. as F -, 7. U , - ,. , 4 Princess Sherry Vierkant ruled that Thursday would be .j Q ,, - H . - 1 - ' Capri Day . Girls wore long pants, and boys wore ber . mudas following Princess Sherry's proclamation. K rf "' x , , . , ,, 5 rpg? Q. A .r s A ' -K J , ,. " Q ' 'X ' ' 1 'Tk' milk - ,W - :'1Er ""' in fl :Six xx' ' . ' 1' - If at A 1 I- . ,, ,i-my ' L f 4 w 5 1 J: Z' v gl: 14' , -' -r gwgg 'ug' N, , gil-, K' '-"G fi'fil5'f'e ' my 4 . --:ff 4 ., J ' "' S x - -1' V F f .if f:?-wie'---' r -' . ,X ,4..iw' '-'e- L, . V W k - M ' ..: f -13-v E- , , T' f in-as ..ln.,., ,2,,ii-at pig - , - . 4 -- 4-waged-.. -11-v -.wiffri ' - 3,1-f.:4:'-.m r.. - - I as 21- -f"'F1'f' 4-VH" 3: -z' ,1-wliiwgxr Q .M . '- .-,f .ma 1, .,, .. - f, .., ,, "fi is - 'N-W jpg., 6:4 , J.:-azf.. ,R-,vb , wav, 1, ?q: , .gg-if , .gig vm' Z, K, - - r 'K ' 12 ,54 1 f f , WZ + L 1 Q., ,- -.fff fv a-,.. .. ,,,,, er- .-w g , -. N 1 While the audience watched in w anticipation the week's exuberant l activities were climaxed as last N year's queen, Lorie Bolda, crowned queen Faith Janeski . S y gigs f- 55 ,sf 1- 1? t - fi-If f ,ss LZ.-f " H: .- E? f 9 '.1i:::....s'erws-a-ss- EW: 55' fs, ,x-s,-A - -- , 22 ws 5 :F , Increasing spirit of Home- coming Week was marked by "Spirit Day" proclaimed by Judy Williams. Spirit rose as Alumni visited classes, and the entire Stu- dent Body attended another hilarious Homecoming As- sembly. iz, is f S5535 WW X A Lf '-'ing ji L2 ,, Q :El as K fig' , W ' Uh' 'S K 4 MMT 3 f y, ,., , ' ' 5 . Q 'ig New If rx: Wm. N 5, . X .1 n I ' ,Mk , : M, 4 14 V5 N . wr -Q! , wr p ,x- .vi " ,J lm--A 'V ez., eh' Q 'k,f'06 vw .. , ,Q y X5 Q 5 , . x,k -iffy. S. Q X we .. T 3 . 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Y 7 .1 - ik . 1 Wg 1 L hu ' . rt . ,fs 'X '-ff? .r . . ,As ,wi-',. g 5, S-L. , , A f - 1 , 52 Q i.,,,, 5 i .1 B, . K'1ia-ml--fmmi'g:-N,?55:H 'L x 20 'Y K - k fm, '6 an u fzlifgx? AQ 252 ' E 1 - 4 qv- wh. YV' " 'vet Aff 'T' V X . '7' . we: W, , - - i . , , . 5' P- W. ' T 'av . 5' ',' ' f a. ' fa' A -- . ,- ' .givjwk-xiinqh Q" L i1 - gflmfg Ak , gui, .FV I M f an ' W nf. H, .4 Q .Jxwur 1 ,3 ,Q . .h,,.,g,, ., ll. K-Xb- A H 4 Qi? J mf A91 .gy ,ggfx fx 4 f 3 3 's Q-1,e4f,l5,?V 4 pf' -1 ,xt ' Q -15' A Lge ' dr - mm: Y M- HF! "N ' ' ,, ,, g :ji t 5 4 - A ' .s V A. 'V l . 4 'V XR- x ,K .A : . .g, ,,.,. 1 J . 41,41 -sr A. S. B. PRESIDENT Leroy Woods From selling game tickets and decorating for dances, to conducting such important and necessary affairs as student elections, the A. S.B. has been constantly on the go. Under the guidance of the new advisor Mr. Buller, and A. S.B. President Leroy Woods, the members of our student government have put forth one united effort in providing us with interesting and imagina- tive activities and functions. The success of these activities and the smoothness in which they were carried out has shown the importance of a Well-organized group of student officers. 144 Q. K x S: . J' SQF HQ' Q W QE . ,W S 'S' Sig - Q gg i : : ,I ff , , was an , VICE-PRESIDENT Gail Pennington H.. Ili ti' fb S 2 E SECRETARY Terri Smithey X Q A Q wwf.. M, ex Q -WM f. W"?"M'M'+'l1w-nu. 'n'f'rff...,..,- . IQ, A ,, z 4, ADVISOR Mr. Buller Gm .Q 3' . an 145 TREASURER joCe al Hinds Hg " V i 2 5 ar-,, ' fL sf. -,,.7 'w 'llf K iff" 4 .1 PUBLIC RELATIONS john johnson fm' "i3f12QQf,g,H A, , QQ 'Y" 9 "A- 'ETQLZQ ,,,...---"yr" X W 2 SCHOOL ARTS 1 Diane Lawrie Q aw I4 LP L sg E 'CMH' ,flvvf ,Q -r .ff -M Q XXI J, -....-may Q, ,M X4 4 1 ui mai v-qv-v-'ivan-gr 1'-41 he Y' .....4hl"" SCHOOL SERVICE B111 Reynolds - .gsm it H A Q. fm' ff Q1::g?Q?E-'S ,if 'Q' ATHLETICS Larry Baca . -www,-Q IDEALISTS Party Candidates: First row, Matt Wodjak, Treasurer, jack Phelps, Public Relations, Linda Cox, Treasurer, Cheryl Tate, Sales, Adrienne Alpert, Publicity, Robbyn Cummings, School Service, jo Ann Manire, Public Re- lations, Sherry Gaffney, Publicity, Sally Norton, Publi- city. Second row, Bill Reynolds, Vice President, Alan james, Athletics, Renee Erreca, Secretary, Bob McRoberts, Athletics, Kathy Luper, School Service, Chuck Staff, School Service, Marcia Wahl, Publicity, Warden Minor, Public Relations. Not pictured: Dorrie Van Cleef, Sec- retary, Mary Ann Brown, Publicity, Mary Ann Ostermeyer, i Sales. , K l f "' State Senator Claire W. Burgener POLITICAL E 4? we 4 gag ,y i i Y M 2 a Keynote Speaker 5 I john johnson 7 Presidential Candidate f gwgt? l i ,", 2 A, rlli w . or HQ 3 A I I. Q ,S 3 'li X fi if .... . MW i Zffiiijh 1 48 Courtesy of Yardage Town 188 E. Main, E1 Cajon, California S or CON 0 1 Q Confetti, banners, shouts and speeches are typical reminders of El Cajon's spring con- vention season. This began with the A, S, B, Open House on February 23, where future governing students were informed of the re- sponsibilities and duties of being A , S. B. leaders. After petitions were handed in on March 2, excitement began building for both the Idealist and Actionist conventions. There, on April 15 and 22, final candidates were chosen and politicking began in A5 , earnest. And just as spring reaches its height 'V N N with the budding flowers, so our season of politics reached its fulfillment with A b, P W., the final election of officers on April 28. ,, Kitligteysginkeite 1 Son a ACTIO ISTS Bob Marlin Presidential Candidate ,, i . J I l " a ' - j i Party Candidates: First row, Don Krauss, Publicity, john Hodgkinson, Athletics, Perry Gross, Vice Presient, Joe Huston, School Service. Second row, Diane Soren- son, Sales, Annette Grisafi, Publicity, Roxanne Hoge, Secretary, Sharon Barthel- V mess, Treasurer, Cathleen Roberts, Public Relations, Fred Faverty, Publicity, Collin Wray, Athletics. Third Row, Debbie Hoxsey, School Service, Sue Haney, ikiflllfilf if . . . Publicity, Glenda Matthews, Treasurer, Marsha Htmt, Secretary, jim Harmon, Sales, Bill Sutton, Publicity, Steve Dowers, School Service. Not pictured: Tom if Deen, Public Relations, Peggy Nephew, Sales, Phil White, Athletics. X GIRLS' LEAGUE DOROTHY WASHKEVICH Vice-President CATHY GARCIA President .PDI ANNA PIKE Corresponding Secretary llll MISS DEWOSKIN Advisor "What you are to be, you are now becoming. . . " f" VERCIA WATSON Recording Secretary MARI OAKMAN Treasurer These words are more than just a slogan to Girls' League. At the beginning of the year this organization made the girl-type little "Ughs" feel welcome by sponsoring the Big and Little Sister Program. Two service projects were carried out in November and December. The first, Thanksgiving Giving, Was a drive to collect canned goods to distribute among needy families in the community. The other, Christmas Mail, enabled students to send greeting cards to friends without the cost of postage. Nor did Girls' League neglect the social aspects of E. C.V. H.S. They presented the very successful Fall Fashion Show and highlighted the Christmas season with the always popular Snowball. 150 ASSISTA av .. L+ s. janice Petaja Advertising -in ff' fi -IY' Q5 X N. 'S Patti Sloan TS TO THE BOARD CAROL TWITE Josephine Ullery Campus Relations ,K A an GV 2-C 94 94 'lv 74 4? 5Q 'Q as ROBBYN CUMMINGS CAROL JUBERG LORRAINE EVANS Chairman Secretary Chairman Secretary Good Grooming League Service CII? we Cn? CAROLYN LEDAK NANCY WRAY NLARI SPIRKOFF CAROLYN KOERS Chairman Secretary Chairman Secretary Publications Social I I A l uu g, I T V' - 4 K if K g I 'I' fn QE? t A? .,m,b M GINGER TOCI-ITROP CINDY WADE LINDA ROACI-I DEBBIE DINKINS JUDY KARASEK Chairman Secretary Chairman Secretary Assistants 151 ..,.........-- 1 PUBLICA SUONS fU9VER1YSUVG WW WM if xx' UH, 'wir , X ,mei 3'E3i, EMM www. , -,qw w HEX T Q EQ'-'di 1 ml, 1 Pm akyg, M q'E?155EE:5fm 4' w awdv-mn 1 U W 14 SOCLAL --4:5 vp' ,. E Q2Q1:i13lmfWWEL Y fQ,,p Y, heh 5 iM mi f1 W Rf di UL' liw 5 'w .S 21, "J I, if wp mgr ' L ug , 2 " '- 7 - JE M, MQ ,Q LEAGUE SE E E 2 Haw CAMPUS RELATIONS ,aff 'Q-Q., Wsiaaaggwll 11 M13 .15 1' , TEEQQH 'wail 5000 W GROOMING SHARON RICKETTS- co-editor DAVID FRANKLIN CAROLYN LEDAK ANNA DROTLEFF staff LEGEND f-f"""d LESLIE PUGH- photo editor JOHN WRAY- sports editor MR . LOGSDON - advisor Something NEW and diFfEreNt! Buy your 1967 LEGEND now. . . Have you seen our photographers lately? seems they must be bats, spending all that time in the cave. . .go get 'em, Puff! . . .work now, play later. . .Work later, play now! . . .Deadline Data: Photos on Nov. 45 Writeups on Nov. 103 Final on Nov. 21. . . Admiral Byrrrrrd would have. . .bought a LEGEND. . . Sales today:first lunch-Ron B. Anna D. second lunch-john W. bgzzmetre Lynette T. Tomorrow: first lunch-Linda R. Linda M. second lunch- Sharon R. David F. . .join the -end crowd, the LEGMD crowd. . . buy yours now! fwhile they lastlj I haven't seen any Writeups yet, and the Writeups deadline was 3 days ago! . . .have a nice vacation and comebackzikji and workl. . .Where did Mr. Logsdon go THIS time?'??. . . Carolyn, do you have all your photos scheduled yet'?. . . Happy Deadline? next one in I7 days!!!. . .Vic, Les S. -bkpg. office Cas usuall. . . Tremendous Turkey wants YOU to buy a LEGEND 3 more working days jansx till the end of this deadline. Let's go, kids!!. . . next bus to the funny farm leaves on Tuesday. . . . . . Scribbles from a chalkboard, unintelligible utterings bouncing off the walls. . . this is the legend of the LEGEND, the story of a yearbook. I sf S TA FF A R ww , A , 1 C .M Eff .Ri 'w ' , I J rs, Q 4 l X N gs xx K X KX I Rh x mvsnwmm X RON BREAN- co-editor X W VICKI BRUBAKER business manager LESLIE SHOQUIST senior editor LINDA MOORE copy editor ANNA PIKE- art editor .D N LYNETTE TORREY LINDA ROA CH staff 155 'D' BOB HAMMAN RON WALKER LARRY LEWIS photographers Ron McCormick, Photographer Dianne Smith, Circulation Mgr. E af- Tim Baker, Thought Editor c fl' Dee Stanle News Editor Karen Nagle, Sports Editor. Gdilbmf SPQffS 5 g 9 ' -. i fi- Ay!- , W n .K P' 1 9 "' . - ' If ' , V f ,se ff-P' ., MR. f y ' a.,v5'-'?'f'??l ' '. g ,, ' 2 J' f E 1 :2 - H M W r ,Qt S - ' nf C t , 3 r XX Linda Wheelock, Feature Editor, Diane Sorenson, Editorial Editor. Reporters, Row lg Sandy Himebaugh, Angie Provinzano, Adrienne Alpert, Sheila Culver, Joanne Manire, Bobbie Queen, Shirley Enos, Carol Contreras, Sheila Wolshin Kent Hamm. Row 23 Scott Coxon, Judy Williams, Carol Twite, Glenda Matthews, Patti I-lerwehe, Ron Mc Cormick, David Ellis. Row 35 Richard Noorda, Ron Chandler Gary Weston, jim Wenstrom, Phil White,Jim Hoffman, Bill Soto, Ted Wiklins. SMOKE SIGNAL X X , ' i ,. Cathy Kuna, Editor-in-Chief ln a high school in Tucson, Arizona, on Dec. 16, 1966, Susan Secor learned that El Cajon Valley High School was holding its 12th annual Snowball dance. Meanwhile, across the country in Patterson, New jersey, jim Newton found that the ECVHS Cross Country team was first in its division in the San Diego County area. These unusual readers were supplied through the Smoke Signal's national newspaper exchange program instituted this year. However, the primary function of the staff is publishing 1000 copies of its paper at a cost of S105 bi- weekly. Under the direction of Mr. Smithwick and Editor-in-Chief Cathy Kuntz, the Smoke Signal has succeeded not only in informing our student body, but also in publicizing ECVHS throughout the country. Xxx Marion Walkerg Advertising Mgr. Nancy Wrayg Typing Mgr. Gayle Guseg Copy Editor - Pauline I-Ioytg Layout Mgr. ,l f 1... Mr. Smithwiclg Advisor ll...-F-F ' Lfh Y, 'J' M' Q O RN Advisors: Mrs. Kuntz Q Mrs. Kroupa i Y.. Character is simply habit long continued. Plutarch In all time of our distress, And in our triumph too, The game is more than the player of the game, And the ship is more than the crew. d Rudyard Kipling NIS Advisor: Mrs . Homesley 1 J CALIFOR IA CADETS Color - ' Guard I L xi 'L ! g - Q l - in ,J ,Q rj, ., I Ah o i ' si ? l H E In the World S broad field of battle, f4""' ei , I ln me bivouae of life, Be not like dumb, driven cattle- --5 Be a hero in the strife! Longfellow Squad l lord M Squad H f Squad 111 I l 'f f ' Advisor: Mr, Mathews Officers: Bowling, Cruz, Gay- Color Guard ll ffwjg, 'REID If 1- 'K sz, i i - A x , X k'--. X A dvisor: Mrs. Cochran RADIO CLC B I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. i Patrick Henry ROMA : g B MVB 5 Latiha hodfie in nostris ordmibuslhatinae et per i a L Sediilitates Romanorum Bravium Vivit. Cantus iliffaaternaliae cantare, togas Romanas gerere, et usus Romanos aprehendere iuvant Romanos Braves ad comprehendendum populum qui loeuti sunt in lingua Latinae. A45-ima 'I-OHS NNN 160 ' Ciillf. Halte VARSITY CLL B I A Q. g 'R' RE U' He who has health, who has hope, has HEALTH CAREERS CLL B has hopeg and he everything. Arabian proverb Advisor: Mrs. Povenmire 7 Advisor: Mr . King ery It is better 'E to live one day -L R as a lion than a R R hundred years as a sheep. Q fi Motto on an Italion coin. Science, true daughter of Old Time thou art! Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes. Edgar Allen Poe SCIE CE CL B x l A 1 JW iw jr Ignorance is the curse of God, knowledge the Wing wherewith We fly to heaven. William Shakespeare Advisor: Mr. Adams CALIFUR IA SCHULARSHIP "5--F Advisor: Mr. Baseorn FEDERA T10 TAB Q9 CAMPUS BOOK CLUB As good almost kill a nun as kill a good book: who kills a man kills at reasonable creature, God's innageg but he who destroys a good book kills reason itself. john Milton Advisors Mr. Dyer Ag 111 FUTURE FARMERS AMERICA fx., M? A President A Bob Franklin KAN? Y Vice Pres. ' ' T - A hm aY1or becrewry N g my . , Semin B1 5-elif-1 IXL zfm zvf g It 1011 Mc Tregguygr g Murray Repolftef krkh Dennis Digenanig rf! President Kathy Mundy jerard Homer Vice Pres. Marlene Richardson Secretary Kathy Richardson Treasurer Sue Eister Agliyll Cwsfii Sentinel Marilyn Lewis Reporter Cathy Vockrodt i l'm going out to clean the pasture springg l'll only stop to rake the leaves away fand wait to watch the water clear, I mayj I shan't be gone long. . .you come too. l'm going out to fetch the little calf that's stand- ing by the mother. lt's so yotmg it totters when she licks it with her tongue. I shan't he gone long. . . You come too. Robert Frost NFL DIALECTUS Officers Hist. , Dru Demui-05 Pres. Q2nd Semesterj, Annette Pavkovits5 Vice Pres. , joe Hustong Secretary-Treas. , Cindy Wade 49' Advisor: Miss Petersen JAIUIHYI L OUT Oli l Speak clearly if you speak at allg Carve every word before you let it fall. Oliver Wendell Holmes O TSTA DIN G SPEAKERS Roger Anderson Andi Di Guglielmo 165 KING ASSEMBLY SPECIAL EVENTS AFS ASSEMBLY HAR VEST GIRL S LEAGUE FASHION SHOW BALL SNO WBALL 3 S 11111136 MARD1 Uigigxyz X GRAS WNVVAWV M lf! N3 A . , 'LE illfflfif ' R " e ' x. . -gi 4 if' lr T xf' K Xxx V in lil l V il x Aug, 5 44 T rtogovsog l l l,VI!.W,,cVc7?l,7, '4.,:N..M.NqXSXR i ff Q ,Ml QSNQQXL N I Every year the Kiowas and the Acomas, in order to protect the honor of their tribes, launched savage war against each other. The N conflict did not cease until it had claimed the lives of the strongest and the bravest of both peoples. Thus each tribe became weakened as a result of these annual savage wars. One day a wise chief from a neighboring tribe who had Q 0 viewed the tragic proceedings called together the chiefs of the A ' Kiowas and the Acomas and said, "Your tribes are destroying themselves ' - as a result of this foolish conflict. What do you hope to accomplish L, by your actions? Why do you not hold yearly contests that will demonstrate the skills and abilities of your warriors but will not kill them? Your desire for competition thus would be satisfied, but the games would be held inthe spirit of good will. Both ."'IA winners and losers would survive and be able to prepare themselves . W for the events of the following year. " The two warring chiefs were amazed that this simple solution in had not occurred to them. Yearly contests were arranged and the 4, tribes grew strong once more and learned to respect the S ff 1 7 fX abilities of their now-friendly adversaries. 5 Q 9 'OOQQ X Wida 49.431 Spo . R ,we- I S gi A Woods - releasing the "bomb" VARSITY iieefy, -ef Front Row: Coach Welbaum, M. Makings, R. Crossley, L. Woods, R. Dominguez, 1. Rogers, D. O'Coyne, R. Roberson, B. McRoberts, R. Zay, B. McMurtry, M. Campbell, J. Scire,CoachEl1iot. Middle Row: D. Hamilton, M. Blevins, T. Rodesky, S. Hunnicutt, S. Miller, M. Chiaramonte, D. Zimmerman, R. Root, L. Hernandez, P. Grosse, T. Bevis, S. Kraft. Back Row: Coach Wolfe, D. Steele, G. Bender, B. jackson, F. Haesche, M. Bauer, M. Bisson, D. Walter, G. Weston, W. Olsen, J. Williams, J. Johnston, F. Alvarezg.C.ogch2,lr13lte,.,, X ri D ' ix I' Coach Coach Elliot Welbauxn y 'V L I ' all Q Q , yi S S, ,K Ae ' . ' 3' C A K X- '- " ,,. CA . 'E :.N . , . W Coach Coach Halte Wolfe FOOTBALL G. Bender 'ff 171 P. Grosse i as If W ,wp .i s. I N P, 4 ill gr ,sf W 'K K 5 'iw iffaah 'Nflv 'lf Sf , E x X E5 i ,Q 3 Q Q si ,, , . an if 4? f Si .,., g ff JM ? f pw, is ' , -mf' :iz 12 M if 'wiht A f-15543131 ,, 4539? fig lk ii ii al ' ,, f , .4 will Woods met by tough defensive men, Grosse surrounded by a host of enemy tacklcrs. Q TYR. 3 f Q 9-., L f T 1. s -Y., i ,,, . .. K WEP gl lx Granite Helix El Cap Santana W, john Scire - jim Moomhouse, Hills M gf' UACTIONH "ACTION" WE WANT ACTION G. Weston e T. BQVIS S. Kraft DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD Mt. Miguel 26 - E.C. 0 Monte Vista 28 - E.C. 20 Grossmont 39 - E.C. O Woods BRA VES' OFFENSE .ff A F? M grmdmg for 3 tough yards 175 .s. Campbell aff LL. . uf' if Def. line, J. Potokyg Off Line, R. Horton, ' Val., B. MCRoberts5 Off Back, K. Barrett, Def. T. Gay, Most Improved, D. Krouse -..,,m, ,., , A - 'SQBQ ., Qin' W . kv Y Q fi' K at 5 1 ,....., 1 ,rr .5 . 'J M- all - 'll' . 3" 'K S A ll T A-.':' it 'L A' , Q- w.f, ,. --: i "-Aff. P, . if 1 , k k A ?-. .. . 2. if .A u - A Q- 1. A ' A A . h All , A i Xl guns-'gs gh ,s 'rm -ef-AA - we A , xmas . .. f '--. 1 . ' fr-""-E1 m.,, .ix Aff' .: ,jg J- 1: avgvf. . -A' A' "1"""z:, - " ' 1 ,K "-' ":h -- 9. , .eg m::H'?"""..:.-'1l.?::i' if:'?.."l7."4'f lf? f':9fu:q.,w1-A g .. W f A A A , PM 'IXTMT 'T'9f?'5:? and T A A 'vm A M ...av -.1 '-.ees Q -:Ha f-:A-if aa "-:si , -. t - .. . . , L JM.. iii, -:Q W-eg, Q Y, U- A E5 . ' t'7 V 31" X. 4' 'Miii"' Y kk H K E. 7 .. bf N ...KM I KM, SCORES W A L, Wi 4 M, .. 'A ' A W 4, W, w.Y ..,.... ... 9 x. 4 7 Grossmont 6 - , ' gr . 0, . 7 Clairemont 7 A 6 , . El Cajon l4 Granite Hills J i ,v A T , .. N U, 0 5 A A I Af- . Helix O 6 . 6 El Capitan 6 ' gif, A 6 Mt. Miguel 13 Mlil A 5Q'if'f it AA' , my wg,,gA ., A A A ' . A 6 Grossrnont l9 A . . AA 7 Monte Vista A .M 6 Hgfdagijiiiefgailb T 1. A 4 Tr FRONT ROW: R. Stinton, R. Doyle, R. Horton, T. Bayly, S. Floyd, C. Verran, K. Owens, D. Dietrich SECOND ROW T. Haney, F. Faverty, G. Davis, M. Agundes, K. Barrett, J. McIntyre, A. Embleton, D. Lockard, O. Werner, B. Mc- Roberts, THIRD ROW: K. jillson, R. Tate, T. Gay, R. Perkins, S. Alvarez, M. Russell, S. Moelter, R. Dixon, S. Smith Qmgr. ,BACK ROW: T. Andreason, H. Gullett, D. Roberts, D. Rodriguez, W. Thompson, T. Burris, R. Shaffer, B. Sprague, D. Krouse, D. Hennesse, T. Del-lart, D. Lewellan, D. Paul, R. Billings, J. Potoky FROSH FOOTBALL SCORES L L W L L L ls . 21331 L El Cajon O Granite Hills l3 Helix 0 El Capitan 19 Santana 21 Mt. Miguel 6 Grossmont 7 Monte Vista J' "f ...QQ 2 ' ff , "-' 'Q " v wb. Q1 . ... . 1 .ra 4? if V In K I ., ,B 'V M .,., VV U y Q , Jr, Q- af" jk A "" 54 I . v.ifV , I - . X 1 . L 1 'Z' ff fm Vi? l i 3.'! Y 'B lil yi AiQylYW y FRONT ROW: P. Cheyne, B. Campbell, F. Nicolet, B. Moore, J. Carpentar, D. Davies, M. Turner SECOND ROW L Berry, P. Makings, M. Elliott, W. Erreca, D. Smith, R. Becker, D. Baird, P. Chase, F. Sauer, THIRD ROW: W Kent G. Del-Iart, F. Ryll, R. Pinegar, B. McRoberts, T. jackson, BACK ROW: R. Trusty, D. Owens, M. Lynch, D. Blevins I. Langford, J. Eisloeffel, M. Wagner, R. Starkey, J. Long, H. Anderson 177 Davidson and Valen- cia approach the "pain barrier" in competi- tion against Monte Vista. is It I K ma.. A-vm Q. CROSS COUNTRY Left to Right: john Rios, joe Gonzales, Tom Davidson, Bob Lawson, Armando Valencia, Abc Real, David Montgomery 'lm-2,4 . .sq-,mfr-5415, - Q 'iggiira . s rf A,.-5, .hgxgn ff. . ' if 1' ul' C nike, - 4, 5- xg ' ,Q i A Qs gf ff. YZ J Y-W :lies Tom Davidson Armando Valencia As has become tradition at El Cajon Valley High School, the Braves' Spirit of individual pride and unwillingness to be defeated enabled the Cross Country team to capture the Small Schools' CIF Crown. The team suffered but one defeat in the entire season, losing only to the Large Schools' CIF Champions. Tom Davidson, improving tremendously this year, became the first runner at El Cajon to beat Armando Valencia since the beginning of his four-year reign over Cross ,ii xi Kgs Country competition. Crawford Granite Hills it Helix 5. 1 isre El Capitan 'A 4 Santana Mt. Miguel Mt. SAC Crossmont 4 a Coach Brooks i ' Aztec Invitational Monte Vista SDCIF Meet SCORES 35 El Cajon 42 El Cajon 37 El Cajon 44 El Cajon 37 El Cajon 45 El Cajon 104 El Cajon 35 El Cajon El Cajon 36 El Cajon El Cajon 179 21 19 f A 17 18 16 ' 4 86 21 vv i ' Znd. ' f Q 1 4 X I 47 Coach Maize Champs in Front Row: R, Brean, A. Kent, C. Smart, B. jones, R. Gill- ihan, J. johnson. Back Row: P, White, A. Perry, L. Moore B. Doty, M. Wojack, J. I-Iodgkinson, J. Phelps, T. Moelter, J. Barron. 7 at f ' r""f'2f?"ff fs A1 if ww S Rm'?4+g..,gg..2g FROSH ...ni -.W ,,,, W 5.5.5, Front Row: D, Moelter, C. Torrey, D. Newton. Back Rowr I. Ricketts, D. Fields, J. Stowers, D. I-Iaislip. SCORES Crawford Granite Hills Helix El Capitan Santana Mt. Miguel Mt. SAC Grossmont Monte Vista CIF Finals 31 15 29 15 17 15- 32- 31- 41- 3rd SCORES Granite Hills Helix El Capitan Santana Mt. Miguel Mt. SAC Grossmont Monte Vista 19 39 21 20 27 4th 27 25 El Cajon El Cajon El Cajon El Cajon El Cajon El Cajon El Cajon Granite Hills Helix El Capitan Santana Mt. Miguel Grossmont Monte Vista VARSITY - 53 El Cajon - - 43 El Cajon - - 54 El Cajon - - 72 El Cajon - - 81 El Cajon - - 64 El Cajon - - 54 El Cajon - RETURNING LETTERMEN 5 Granite Hills Helix El Capitan Santana Mt. Miguel Grossmont Monte Vista Bob McRoberts john Wray Jack Williams Gary Weston jim Halverson Front Row: J. Gonzales, J. Bergamo, R. Watson, S. Gautereaux, L. Driggers, P. Skellie. Back Row M Phillips, B. Marlin, J. Wray, J. Halverson, B. McRoberts, I. Williams, G. Weston. 182 Halverson pulls down another rebound. Wray - for a three pointer. Mgr. 's Stinton, Smart, Warnock ". . .and the score gOCS up SOYDG YYIOIC. ll Marlin and Halverson double-team. Coach Smithwick Coach Tompkins J. Moorehouse Head Manager A Halverson and Wray McRoberts for , h, h two more. gomg 13 ' Front Row: Mgr. Smith, Kollath, Green, Coach Wolf, Eisloeffel, Berry, Mgr. Sauer. Middle Row: Chase, Bingham, jackson, Leonard, Geddes, Wagner, McRoberts, Blevins, Owens. Back Row: Keith, Moors, Kent, Chapin, Armstrong, Roberson, Kaster, Pinegar. Front Row: Geddes, Barwick, Priddell, Barrett, Krauss, McRoberts, Wray, Back Row: Shaffer Luna, Low, Wood, Soto, Rodriguez. if PU CID N 'Nl F1 Mx -YS' -fi x -..- 'Q J -Stuff! 5 'es J. Sturm -- 98 lbs. A, ' i "" 'fi 'Z .W mms 1 Y A .lv ls vm wsw -1 M 4 ,f R. Watson -- 106 l 'L K au? f' :V Q ,K I A' , 3, 'Y I l , X b 1 , -, M T X K. Jiuson -- 157 ms. , fa. Q. A bs. L , Q , su , Q wk mx 2 K , 0 .1-.,, xi V M.. ' JV L, , xr 'Q , Q28 K V' if :": - x A nd :I+ Af ifwfgwzb . I li 1 M935 f , pigzgnmig - f-WU 2 A, gglsilx Jlrzllf-W , . f ...gz A ' R. Sanborn -- 168 lbs. T. Poe -- 183 lbs. R. Dominguez -- 218 lbs. 186 RESTLERS 1 'Q Q Q .' 3 0' ' A R Z2 1 S 12- ' Us 1 A 1 Q 2 5' , , ' Ewgiwgli ik ymg H iggiws , A , l 3 .,...,. ' N R. Massena -- 123 lbs. W. Williams -- 136 lbs. T. Baer -- 141 lbs. '-.nv 1 an g A ' 311 1 . ' I- iia flfis 1 'Q - . .gv5'wZsa1,5mw1sfs.:1rs-.1. gm D. Dowers -- 130 lbs. 'I87 S "r, -r 1 N Pt.. F Xf X ' X 1 1 . W, WX. X 1 1"- Q, 15iJ3.,.3t , -K I 3 ff? xwsmw - M 5' D. Bingharn -- 148 lbs Y. I-5 4 fu 9 3 - I l U Q B W l T. McCormick -- 115 lbs. I-Iilt ff' 2 Nd ,W -fd mmww Coach Hastings - LV. and Var- sity Wrestling HW . .I 14' Mgr. , john jolly W fi' x w . it 'fs Ss .QM Life . ffff em Elem ,AW- .wmy M A Ygwfliwiii Q2 , .1 ,,,, Mfff. wwf Wm 4 ff, Q My f, M. I YSBQ5 . V lf 2, . ,, , 189 ESLQ5 . 4,54 fL,m7 A,AA- Y,vf. MW f 6...".f9 5, A X A " 4 , E Q i 5 FRONT ROW: N. Trent, J. Hodgkinson, B. Scott. BACK ROW: G. lncampo, J. johnson, G. Sanborn, C. Clark, P. Faverty, D. Snyder, E. Murphy, S, McKinley .ai .-.. ' I X W y 'Q 6 P 4' , at rrrr at . V lm- ..,.. ,YWKA M V, . , A ,Q ' 1' S f .fn 4 5 , 1' N.. x , sa: , 4 'Q 45 ' 'I , E f L . an - X f- K i - I BE.. u Y 1 K 'I 'Mm l .,'- fl. -V - K- A , , .1 I - ,::N::,4' .5 l Q , , -ff-P -Q. 2 'K f I , ,. , - A ' T : 4 1 - T wha T' S' S at an T r ,, , S Q' aff-3 1 4 A """" ,nnamgsgi T f S f 3 34 5--4. 4' ff-J .::r:z:" 7' ff T at We T ' T J' mummmmmgg 1 'S " "" .. ' " S Q tv-.J Ji' gggggllz zunammmwam . .2 ' A y H, P--, ' .3 rf V minima: " ""'W'f r 222 Ariiib ' S S.. . M "' i s- 1 74, 2255 'fi M., f Fi? . , ,, F 4, . bf ,LQ I, ,bn ? I A f f' A ' ' - ,. if if V M . A A," 59.5, H ' " K 5 " ..,'1,' 5-' ,Q - 554.35 1 V 1 T - 1 , W - 3 , . 9 S 'L va. -we fy Y ,rr - T ' S. f 1 C at fl ,rRQ 1 K rrrr wwf - i , I V f had rg ,, 1. .mx , ,.,, ,M Tfli . 5 K - wif --fam ...,,,,, 1 f, 4 Q Q ,.,-- FRONT ROW: S. Ellis, J. Petropolis, M. Graalfs, R. Prince. BACK ROW: M. Wojdak, W. Barwick, C. Harris, C.Cannon, P. Hunt, H. Painter, D. Wells, S. Walker, R. Toulby, B. Alcord. 190 :ff 1' v Z Coach Williams Adi' flfo 2 . 5, OW Mice. 'ie-QXOQ. 9047, fi . 'fvi' Y 3 ? ' 49 1 3 Q erfohf 4 '12 lb .- ed, xg J RORQO 6 ff 4106 qv Cha-53q4..x,. Qg?1fZw3i3w,3Qg3iig5. SoQX'9Qe'i,lx,xQN,'5'io'5 a . ,ox 'bd " N 960' ' .CQ s 0' P ,g, fblqff '52, K' 5:1 Ofnnggufftiivgii " G 3. Lf F 0 43 1' od 050 e 06050, 3 'V 06,9-'EQ . S ,-.660 A 612. lib. . hf, 35 J. Q 1126, 194 8 Qs. M plfflf, Q W .Q T N- , . 441265 X. V it EYL Of?Jbeb3: 06 '5 Oo X3 ,V 8 J 12 f , ,5,5LW is QQ Se 'mv N W --l- ,b 41900 in V R i o QQ' ' gf I W.. 49? -gfbqaei cxxipxon 99596 gow 509 ? 2 nw,-J.., g BASEBALL v'M"" f r 'W-----Q J, 4 if-:wr ,Aw , ' JiAfw.,,,.,, 1 .af ,fwfr ' V W 'f"g... .Q H , -5 -- 4 ,u-gswy f 7 My Mgw., .A ,,, Q . , iv 7 nn 193 rffjf' F1-O W Hr D arnoc If ' I : aha 111 'O gf Q, A K L W YH! ll Hug :SV Row. G 1 bl f. GEODJIDIEI-nib: L' T OHcf2IMffy1O, all-ees: B, Z. D Pp eha elgag' Thom Ps ' S upfn On, file. gel., M 1 n n 3 H Ofnfng es, C J B. M3Ster, B 3 QRO ber Ck is R 2 T 0 . 1 ' an! W Erreca, C. NXcCXuIe, S. YN. Kent, S. Chase, KoXXath, NX. En, NX. Hum, . rkey, D. Murray, e D. Green, F. W' D. Halshp, G. Dehart, D. Sym Row: B. Snyder, S. Nichok, R. Sta acn OXsen, Y. Cheyne, 'Y . YN aHac , 44 Front Ro . FASXO eiieX Second Y . Lancaster, Back Row: Co Rice, NX. Wagner, L. Ber i Front Row: Massena, Davidson, Ihde, Wright, Stinton Second Row: Krauss, Driggers, Long, Mendenhall, Hum, Skellie Back Row: Duncan, Santos, Dowers, Brimm 1 1 K' as if Q 43 A V y""' Coach i ws- I ' ' , Tompkins 4' C. Wright R. Santos OUTSTANDING R. S WI M M ER S D, Bm, 195 Front Row: R. Brean, L. Baca, J. Battaglia Back Row: S. Samples, S. Hill, B. Ruff Frosh: Soph: jr: Sr: OUTSTANDING UNNER: ARMA DO VALENCIA His Accomplishments Lettered in track and cross country all four years CIF champ "C" 1320 with the CIF and the school record of 3:08. 7 Ran the mile in 4224.2 All-League Cross Country selection School record in the mile-4: 14. 3 Represented the Sem Diego CIF section in the state meet Outstanding All-League selection in cross country Ran the mile in 4: 12. 9 Ran the two mile in 9:10. 9 Ran the half mile in 1:53. 3 CIF two mile champ Represented the San Diego CIF section at the state meet in the two mile race All-League Cross Country selection Ran the fastest indoor mile-4: 13 . 7 Ran the fastest indoor two mile-9:O1.2 Ran the outdoor mile in 4:07. 2 Sub-four minute mile? Q Coach ' F Duke ' .. A I - V 1-A .. ....... TR A C K Maize Y., E. L'Q Front Row: D. Sparks, B. Lawson, A. Valencia, T. Davidson Back : "" " Row: I. Rios, J. Ricketts, B. Jones, I. Gonzales, A. Real W f lk H . 51 Mgr: John jolly rar' 51" FIELD Coach , Front Row: I. Bender, D. Gillihan, R. Zay, M. Bauer, D. Steele, R. Gillihan Back Row: Brooks L H. Connell, B. Tate, S. Kraft, C. Woods, B. Sanborn, S. Clemons, A. Kent, M. Maston, R. Bravo, C. Sperry, D. Mason, I. Rogers. I E TRACK Front Row: L. Dyer, R. Pinegar, L. Jones, D. Dowers, M. Stone, L. Smith, A. Perry, J. Phelps Middle Row: D. Rollings, D. Dietrich, L. Bender, D. Rodriguez, D. Schaffer, K. I-Iarto, R. Walker, I. Barron Back Row: J. Lang- ford, I. Stowers, R. Clayton, D. Blevins, S. Morse, M. Wojdak, M. Waggoner, H. Hodson, T. Sperry X ,2' -J- " S . . :' :4.'1f"-'f ' --'E if" -' - .....-.:..-f.:-..-ell" .. "TM-YW ' mann-mf """"EF"' W 2 .. ,,, Mmmf if eww M be -'-' W3?eAMs:Kl BfAWw rf1W K 1 1... he 'mm .- ..22s1.s.. A .....?f,.,,,4J- 1 ........w......4Q.zmssmm.. ff. . --'- ' 9 K 9. 3 it X... i L.- , in-pq C! 73 TRACK Front Row: D. Montgo- mery, D. Roberson, C. Torrey, R. Robinson Middle Row: Alvarez, D. Fields, D. Owens, B. Hobbs, D. Moelter Back Row: G. Bayly, I., Newton, S. Eggleston, Pridell, P. Grosse nn" x 'S f f y a,,,wn n-m ' ,lf'PYtl4'T3M'A:'n.2WW.llgWgfE3i3.5"d3'nrMMtfIMQ5i5 W-view """ L - -.--. --lli fwnwul ....... Q loaf-. N LL..L :fm ,Q fm ff .iz o ii, f 4 Front Row: T. LaRosa, J. Moorhouse, M. Langley G O Z I J Back Row: I. Potoky, B. Houx, M. Phillips, B. Billings, J. Wenstrom, F. Agundes 5 A '3 9 f -ax , vw A s l A x E Lf if at Coach Hilton - 'hus-., V fx In if . -' .1-'X "- ff? att'- . R A 1' l - , ' :' ,'qe.5i:9n 24.1 F . ' 7'w. 1 May., ll if f 1. .gfg o Best Wishes to the Senior Class LA COCINA RESTAURANT 5500 Grossmont Ctr. Dr. La Mesa, Calif. THE HAIRDO 465 N. Magnolia El Cajon, Calif. Phone 442-7744 575 E. Main St. 442-O4 THE PEARLYMAN Fish and Chips--English style fplus original English pubj 91 Best wishes from COURTESY RAMBLER 919 El Cajon Blvd. Courtesy of ACE AUTO SUPPLY 799 El Cajon Blvd. El Cajon, Calif, 444- 9445 DIAMOND MART Discount-Walk up-Save 110 East Main St. El Cajon, Calif. Courtesy of HATCH CHEVROLET 850 El Cajon Blvd. El Cajon, Calif. Congratulations Class of '67 FLOWERS BY MARGUERITE 141 South Orange Ave. 442-8885 i EVELYN WIGTON'S Smart Apparel 145 So. Magnolia El Cajon, California Congratulations to the Class of '67 RANCH CRAFT TROPHY CO. 1060 E. Main El Cajon, Calif. 442-2942 Best of luck "67" CLOVER LEAF DAIRY 984 Iamacha Rd. El Cajon, Calif. STONEY'S ROCK'N ROLL MARKET 802 jamacha Rd. . El Cajon, Calif. Courtesy of MARCK MOTORS FORD 332 East Main El Cajon, Calif. Congratulations to the Class of 1967 EL CAJON CAR WASH 690 El Cajon, Blvd El Cajon, Calif. 444-2828 Congratulations BALLANTYNE BUICK-GMC 300 El Cajon Blvd. , El Cajon 442-6671 CHAPPELL'S AUTO SERVICE Tune-ups and Brake Service Wheel Alignment-General Repairs Free pick up 8 Delivery 616 E. Broadway 442-2969 KAE'S TOYLAND 1070 East Main St., E1 Cajon, Calif. F "H " . ,S ff-N' ' W g. , N .. .iw . A, I, Q Mm sm ' ,, , Li ,,., .512 5 Of' :L,"'3 331 4 WQQ 3 KEI Cajon Congratulations To The Graduating Class of 1967 EL CAJON MORTUARY AND VALLEY CHAPEL 624 El Cajon Blvd. , .El Cajon, Calif. George Roach--President and Director Phone 442 - 667 ,N..w, 4 'Ego' ,J . S, 4 ' , g.. I , wr! ,N ,tk ik Cajon - Y 1 3 A I N x bil 2 .fx ,1i,SE3ig- ,, k o JACK IN THE-BOX K 393 W. Main sf. El Cajon Q'- CONGRATU LATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1967 FROM THE coLoR T.v. CENTER -Of- WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS CO. 7243 University Ave . 296-6516 MCMAHAN'S FURNITURE 261 East Main St., E1 Cajon GIL S JEWELRY 5 Q ffT'P ,ff'1 ,V fiwn-5 if 1 FA M l LYI RESTAURANT I PPT VAQUERO FAMILY RESTAURANT - Tu 475 No. Magnolia, E1 Cajon .W G SUPPLV ffla 42 f 4fi 4 4 Y 1 JA 5i ppl-Yf'4?T42f:gJf1fzzg g,4PaIlillEP4nai naaiia Q HARPER oFPlcE SUPPLY co. Mfg "F A11Y Off' N ds" 442 0644 W E M E1 Cahi E1 C J 1 E I A gf' A or our me ee , , f A ' 4 if 118 ast ain St. , Cajon, ' . 'P ' 1 -3 555 gon B vd, , 1 Cajon U' T E, 5 4 A .TVP ff 4 'R Di ah... ww- -.MN N T E353 I CNOMMES DES PLUMES Mwlfwww QQWWJWWMMMMWM wffwffwjfwwllfjl J WMM! WJ wwf Ami J ZZWW Www Ii... x4Cl-7X-QJYU, QL.5cxfZLQ5wLoJw,QJQ'wu, X ' QQQJQLQOLD wifvofb Q-kN ix GQ- XQCV WM' ' . EQNQQ, ' vgvlkii be M2052 fX,kC,Q., JXAJXQJQQ buh mv Km VQNNGRAU gawk 9033-'Nw . GJLW 25 awww EPILOGUE Tranquil refleetion on the events of the past is the object, the goal, of any legend. 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