El Camino High School - Aerie Yearbook (Sacramento, CA)

 - Class of 1957

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JEAN GOFF . . . for her loyaITy To El Camino . . . for her devoted efforts To help all swdems We W fir ,fig zzwifijdffjw CONTAINING ji, Qlfpf VZLKQQ feffj L! Admlnlslralnon ffl L! fi Faculty School AssnsTanTs Sfudenm' Government Sporrs 1 l' Cid Ts I 424 ff Acflvmes Wffzav finahons If ,Z Mfr! usuc W1 Clubs Freshmen Sopnomores I f J Juniors Sensors Adverhsemenrs JC! ' ff f' rf , , I4 f f fi X ,f'4 , 1, I lf, I 'K 'Zark' Y I 5 ,ff ' I lf I, l l , 4 5 L f bf l ffff' f . . . c I, K ' , llfjrf ., 4 fff . f 1 fe Y f' 7 pl e I'A'l,I!yV VV' ,. f' f , ,H , ,f X Z1!5,7fA'iZ4! of A ,I A ,f Y X! 1' 4 ,,!,fLZ'L CZ' ,uf lflflf , - Aff! a7w1f5f"l VV V rw' 1 Alf " f flzlc K ,,yZ' J N . 1.1 h LM! 1 L 4: ff l ig!!! - J if !f!,,,, ,,-milf' il-g A 3,1 N . I ,Q 117' Hmmm SWA 2 if 11 1' "Qtr 4: ,Masai .ggaaslsaaa .aaaiii 9939,-fm-'-5 ill I - .T ,. V t 1 Junnvnn uinnnun: am S1713 I Jw- ----nf , 5, QQQQQ., ' . 4 6 NWI' ff kd' ., 21""......:.....f- lrf- f vt- 1111" 1 ef 1' stiff , I u I hu 0. ali ' -, ILQ THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS WORK FOR US WITH AGGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP . . . Z' District Superintendent Graduation is only The closing ot one door and the opening of another. It is very important That one door be closed that the other may be opened, Each new door gives you a new vision. Each new vision presents new problems. Each prob- lem solved gives you greater strength which in turn gives you a greater deter- mination to be a success. There is an old saying that "nothing succeeds like suc- cess." Each success gives you a greater understanding. My wish to each member ot The Class of T957 is not riches, not power, not Tame, but a wise and under- standing heart. Such a heart will give you greater riches, greater power, and greater Tame. 1 ' f WlLLlAM T. MOONEY SR. A- -f-"""' f . X DR. RUSSELL M. ESVELT Assistant District Superintendent llnstruction and Personnelj T 5? MISS MYRLE MINER District Curriculum X Corordinator GEORGE W. PALMER Assistant District Superintendent CBusinessD 1' THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE OUICK TO UNDERSTAND OUR PROB LEMS . .. The Board oT TrusTees is composed oT men who give Treely oT Their Time, Their TaleriTs, and Themselves. This giTT oT service arid spiriT on Their parT, has in couriTless vvavs, builT The morale of our sTudemTs and aided Them iri Their quesT Tor learriihg and good ciTizehship. 5 Fil 1., A MR. EDWARD F. DOLDER DepuTv Director of NaTuraI Resources .W 1 T MR. EVAN W. DAVIS MR, ROBERT H. KELSOE Auditor Shilr Foreman of Pacilic Fruit Express DR CHESTER KlLPATRlCK MR. RALPH HINSEY DocTor of Medicine ReTired A WORD FROM OUR PRINCIPAL Nrwjpf El Camuno Hugh School pupuls Teachers non certutucated employees admunustrators San Juan Hugh School Dustruct admunustratuon statt members and the Board of Educatuon marched on the Kung s Hughway wuth enthusuasm and determunatuon to make T956 57 the best uourney ever taken by the Eagles Along the hughway many obstacles were encountered The Eagles flocked on the lnduans more than a thousand strong and drove them back unto theur tepees They were overtaken by the Pacers then further ruduculed bythe Dons Knughts Dragons and Panthers However as the Eagles proceeded on theur uourney the Luons roared but turned theur tauls un defeat The Staggs charged but were beaten by the beaks ot the Eagles the Bulldogs snarled and barked but the roadway was cleared and the Wolves were crushed As the Eagles marched along the El Camuno Real they encoun tered Flame Throwers Spartans Colts and Hornets only to emerge wuth tlyung colors ot green and whute Others carrued the El Camuno Hugh School banner on the Kung s Hughway tor musuc drama and club presentatuons assemblues home actuvutues publucatuons dances schol arshup awards cadet honors essay contests oratuons andthe carnuval They held the green and whute as hugh and wuth as much prude and honor to our Alma Mater MAOZJLVZI 1 O x ,, . W .. 5 3 ll aww ' it . N, I i us, ff.- Y r.. , 'W 9 ' K, gl 1 1 T I 1 I . , . . . . . I I I I ' I I I 1 I I I . . . . , . . I I I I I I I - I I I I E O THE VICE PRINCIPALS CONCERN THEMSELVES WITH THE WELFARE OF ALL... IT has been vviTh sincere pride ThaT I have idenTiTied myself vviTh The sTudenTs, sTaTT, and enTire El Camino High School com- muniTy. My Tirsi year here has been mosT rewarding To me personally and pro- Tessionally. Through your school spiriT and your good sporTsmanship, you have broughT esTeem To our schoolg you have also es- Tablished an enviable repuTaTion Tor EI Camino sTudenTs To enioy and sTrive Tor in The TuTure. I congraTulaTe The sTaTT of The l957 Aerie upon The splendid resulTs of iTs ef- TorTs. The high sTandard of This year's book is consisTenT vviTh The high level oT aspiraTion ThaT so characTerizes all sTu- denT acTiviTy aT El Camino. The record of This year's graduaTing class and The illusrrious sTudenTs remain- ing speak well Tor The TuTure oT El Camino High School. K MR. ANTHONY BRAGINETZ Dean of Boys 4-K Q 4 Nr, ,X WJ ii if MR. ROBERT BINNS Vice Principal , 3 T f-f lr f. gb, Y'-'-Y MRS. JEAN GOEF Dean of Girls COUNSELORS ADVISE STUDENTS WITH REGARD TO THEIR PRESENT AND FUTURE PROBLEMS. MRS. MARGARET YOUNG MRS. VIOLA KAMENA-Head Counselor Senior and Sophomore Girls Junior and Freshman Girls MR. VAUGHN AUSMAN Junior and Freshman Boys f ,- it MR, CLIFTON GORDON Senior and Sophomore Boys Z 3 i fu H? 4'-en, If" is fl i 2 f 7 f 4, ts, TM W Message from the counselors . . . Throughout this century, California has led the nation in progressive programs. You are a part of that progress! Today, as you graduate, there is much evidence to prove that you have made a good beginning. The challenge of the future is before youl What part you play in the vast open regions of educational and vocational opportunities depends on your pattern for living. Only by functioning as alert, active citizens, citizens with a conscience and a heart-with courage to face your faults-and with pride in your successes-can you carry forward the great American heritage which is adding to the growth of California. A1 work 1-Y - INSPIRATION FOR STUDY- FACULTY Section Edt L d D T JudiR h d TRAINING PROMISING BUSINESS LEADERS . . na I-.: .ga ... 'sb f J' I x I I . I ' , Q n MR. LESLIE CRUICKSHANK MR. SIDNEY GOEPFERT MR. WILLIAM WALKER B.S., B.B.S., Armstrong A.B., San Jose State A.B., San Jose State College College College Q A if 1 YS. dvr 'T It MRS. PATRICIA ECKERN A.B., Fresno State College Typing typifies one of many practices to be learned in Department. the Commercial MRS. GWENDOLYN SCHMIDT B.A., University of Idaho Department Head ,L .lk '35 it . K N SX - MRS. EILEEN HAWKES B.S., Boston University M.A., Sacramento State College TEACHING THE MECHANICALLY INCLINED . . MR. ALVIN COPELAND A.B., San Jose State College 'Ji-Q' 'sf X .i MR. JOHN GAEENEY B.A., University of California at Santa Barbara MR. CECIL WATSON MR. MELVIN WINTERS A.B., Chico State College B.S., State University of Department Head J, MR. WALTER KICK A.B., San Jose State College Iowa gl .!',, -'UK MR. CLYDE SUTFIN B.E., San Jose State College Auto Shop is rated among the favorites in the Industrial Arts program which offers all types of trade instruction. -O' 'La 'Da-7' I ti. -1?-4' ,I ,dl uni- Gr -0---' 156- ig-'Y' 62 'D it xsfx xi- G2 1- Q SX, INSTRUCTING CULTURE-CONSCIOUS STUDENTS MR. JOHN BYBEE B.S,, Brigham Young University MR. EVERETT FAULKNER A.B., M.A,, San Francisco State College MR. A. LEROY HUGHES A.B., Sacramento State College MR. JOHN KANEKO B.A., M.A., Sacramento State College MR. JOSEPH PATITUCCI A.B., Sacramento State College 'S 'IZ' l ,f l 1 1 MRS. GRACE DEAN A.B., Sacramento State College Department Head x, 'i it X1 49- G.-51 aim 1 MRS. JULIA REESE B.S., University of California fi MRS. LOIS CARR A.B., San Jose State Collegep M.A., Humboldt State College Participation in a string ensemble is one phase of the combined Music, Home Economics, and Art Departments. R 'wb 'Ns PROMOTING SKILL IN ENGLISH AND . MRS MARIE DAVIDSON MR. DAVID GARCIA A B University of B.A., Blackburn Collegeg California M.A., New York State Department Head ,.yV 'Z QR Ever wondered what goes on behind closed faculty lunch doors? Members of the English Department show they're human, too! MR. JAMES GARRISON B.A., University of Washington MR. GEORGE GRIMES A.B., Sacramento State College MISS LOIS HANSON B.A., University of Nebraska MR. BEN LEAFE A.B., Sacramento State College MR. THOMAS LEONETTI A.B., M.A., University of California . FURTHERING INTEREST IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES . . -4.0 , is 'I ' -'So ,I f X 4' Y. . - Q. - Q5 - Q IF. R 3 Q an R.,..,aV Q rf Q., i if-.age 1 -I '5 "" fav T tl 13 'f' Q DR. AUGUSTIN MAISSEN MRS, DOROTHY PETTY MRS. FR. B.A., College of Musterg BS., Central Missouri A.B., Fini Ph.D., University of State College MA., Bo Fribourg State Uni MRS. IRIS NORDBERG MISS WINIFRED SHERROD A.B., University of B.A., University of California California tl ff? 'fi Q . HM. ,I I. 4. . ,a MR. EDWARD SMITH A.B., M.A., Stanford University 'ali-' I . Xa' - . Y.""V 455311-stlfs la.. it ' . L stir 'ei 5 'U 1 if 'i if I 4 i. if MRS. NADINE STENNETT A.B., Sacramento State College MRS. ALMA SPARKS MR. GEORGE STUDLEY A.B., University of Kentucky A.B., University of California txt-,X Geoff if MRS, ROXIELEE TACKETT MRS. DOVIE THOMAS A.B., University of Kansas City B.A., East Texas State College, M.A., Austin College MR. JAMES TEEL MISS JEAN WHITMAN A.B., Sacramento State B.A., University of College California EDUCATING THE TEENS IN SOCIAL STUDIES . . .4 1 . f ' 'LA ' . , 'J Ya A. MR. AL ANTHONY MR. LEROY GEORGES MRS. BEATRICE B.E., Teacher's College of B.S., University of Wyoming HENDRICKS Connecticut, M.A., College A.B., University of of the Pacific MR. ROBERT BURCELL A.B,, Chico State College ?'45' 'sf 5-.-1 5 affix- 1-fi --I ' 7' 'll A s MR. HARRY LEY B.A., University of Calif rnia at Santa Barbara MR. DANIEL MAHER Xl B,A., College of ldahof ' M.Ed,, Washington State College S Driver Training is a new and valuable addition to Department. sf . -:J ff ,L , . . , MR. GALE PHILLIPS A.B., Chico State College e Social Studies California MISS MARCIA HALEY A.B., Sacramento State College 4.55 MR. JESSE ZIMMERMAN A.B., Wayne Teacher's College Department Head . "A n?5,:,r:.- I , 3, MR. PAUL MOSER B.A., University of Louisville ADVANCING MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE AND . . I ,I MR. ROSS CLOVER B.A., Chico State College: M.A., College of the Pacific. MR. WILLIAM HUNTER A.B., University of Coloradop A.M., Western State College of Colorado .ya ,Je 'S MR. FLOYD ILJANA B.S., North Dakota State Teachers' College L 1 . ' .. I -,I 'if tj' - I I- .'l'f"'-1253 ,XT figs. DARRELL FREDRICKSON Chico State College MR. ROSS FURNEAUX A.B., San Francisco State College Department Head rkx 4 I . 1 fi if of . I , m.,,: MR. HOWARD GORDON A.B., M.A., Chico State College MR. RICHARD SOWERS B.S., Otterbein College No bones about it-Science courses this year could cause anyone to lose weight. -vs! SCHOOLING STUDENTS IN SCIENTIFIC FIELDS . . MR. MOREY MILLER A.B., University of Idaho Q'-Tal exx '-'if if ," f .jg .J , in. - 5' 1.53, 1 f gn My li '-f5f5'iJA -1, ig.:,.m-- 1 ,alt 1, I. 11- ,, 1 MR. JOHN OTTER BA., Sacramento State College rl? lf"-75 ' , . t . I, 5 , 'xt , I eff-P ' D F 3? ,wt tx' MR. HUBERT MEYER A.B., Chico State College H MR. RICHARD ROWE B.S., University of Colorado common occurence in Physics is working with scales and balances. sf MR BERNARD PARDEE A B Simpson s College M A Drake University MR DANIEL SAYLAR A B University of California .J MR. JAMES WHITMARK A.B. Sacramento State College 15 di MRS. WANDA COCHRAN B.A., Fresno State College is A' Q in . Q ,tj 4 J 1 g T" t- ,,5fl:L57, MR. J. LANE ERNST A.B., Sacramento State College X 55 i I -'I MISS WANDA ROBINSON B.A., Sacramento State College PREPARING TODAY'S YOUTH FOR TOMORROW BY . . I R 1 'Hr 2 X ' MR. THOMAS ARMSTRONG MRS. EDYTHE ROGERS A.B., Sacramento State B.S., University of Oregon College Department Head MR. FRED KRONSBEIN A.B., Chico State College, M.A., University of California Correct military behavior and procedure is stressed by the Cadet program DIRECTING THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM. af-' 4 4 X MR. ED GALLAWAY BA., Sacramento State College MR. RAY SCHULTZ ATB., University of California The physical education program is enioyed by healthy girls and boys around the clock. , x "' ff-'Q Q. 4 Q ,P' 'if ,'J' . y-v MR, GEORGE SOUZA AB., University of California l MRS, SHEILA WILLIAMSON A.B., San Jose State College x X 5-av 51 f , MRS. ENID WOHLE A.B., University of California 'A DEANS ASSISTANTS Leslie Li, her, Lynda Heard, Joan DiDonaTo, Dean T Foley and Linda Davis. SCHOOL ASSISTANTS Our school assistants sure are great, It's said you'll never find better. Their duties range from showing a film To typing a business letter. Accuracy shall be their goal And accomplishing work with ease. For nothing can satisfy them more Than doing a ioh that will please. ma of Boys Tony Braginetz, Bonnie Seyferlich, Par Q P , l , . ,fx -1 -Y XJ . I G Anmmg I :f- DEAN S ASSISTANTS Joy Hatton, Sharon Freeman Carol Keerna, Carolyn Drake, Jody Ping Barbara Collins, and Jcdy Bcivler Seated Dean of Gi' s Jean Goff. COUNSELORS ASSISTANTS FIPST RCW' Joan 91 'N 1-5, O'EQ"e Va' Caoacr Lum-t'e P'a" and Ercestne Flcc' SE ONE RO-N Sharon H'es Sharon Bone, Pear' Hormar' Cnars 'Jan' S-e Hauer' and .lo A Y-I Gres" 'HND RC-2 'Jadece "'.:Ca'c See' Ccnen Lorna ha ace Bafbara Adams Lnda Has' 'Qs ano Gal Ha" S PRINCIPALS ASSISTANTS STANDING, Clneron Mason, Harrier Butler and Judy Lyon, SEATED: Principal's Secretary Violei Banlnolornew, I ATTENDANCE OFFICE ASSISTANTS FIRST ROW: Helen Gibson, Lee Franklin, Dorine Dobek, Brenda Boeh, Roslynn Berol, and Mollie Henderson. SECOND ROW: Sandra Cannon, Marilyn Lewis, Judy Gordon, Suzy Wilson, Nedra Bailey, Roberta Haynes and Cookie Ponies. ,a i? 4 I fa? if J a 4 W , Qs, WWW ff ,lf 9b 6 if f3f Z5 ATTENDANCE OFFICE WORKERS Janet Simmons, Alice I-lewer, Marjorie Taylor MIP and Florence Tornblin. G I af fit. , VICE PRINCIPAUS ASSISTANTS Donna Owens, Edie Cohen, Carolin E Carlieia Biever, Barbara Hanson, Judy F and Foberfa Freernan. SEATED: Vice Pr Roben Binns. 2 Sonia Jerry Velva Helen Gabson Sharon Paulsen Sharon Pfenmghousen, Loss Jones and Lnbraruan Elizabeth Wnllnams. FINANCIAL SECRETARY S ASSISTANTS Berva Walden Sherry Svelfens Joelene Zlmmer- man Pat Rowe-vw Sha 1 Garrevf Sharon Gundlack, y Cnrsvensen and Marlene OH Scared, Fl- GIRLS' P. E. ASSISTANTS FIRST RON, leff to rlghr' Doranna I-Manson, Roberta Freeman, Jo Ann Scnrnldt, Eve Nllllarns, Joan Carr, Darlene Sraav, SECOND ROW: Marlene Zellernaker, Sandy Eyersole, Jacqolyn Lea, Carol Robertson, Carol Llden, Anna Capps, and Shirley Marfeson 'x 'r .T 'K f. W- I . - i 'T ,I .1 , x 1 Q - 5 BOYS' P. E. ASSISTANTS FIRST ROW, left to right Dlck Bach, Vlayne Album, Frank Wall, SECOND ROW: Elwyn Rafferty and Jirn Argame. ,- Vin AUDIO VISUAL BOYS SEATED1 Ronald Andrew, Scon McDowell, Holger Knulson, Dick Cutler. STANDING: Eddie Dickene son, Rlchard Dwyer, Phil Drew, Bill Tredinnick, Tom Harvey, Larry Prait, Elwyn Raffeny, and Advlsor W, F. Hunter. Qi' CAFETERIA WORKERS FIRST ROW, leh ro rnglwl' Jeane Pnce, Colleen Reardon Shvrley Mavteson Henry Gfadlng, SEC- OND ROW: John Carlson, Sally Kelley, .lacoolyn Lea, Bl Turner, larry Nodlwrup THIRD ROW: Rok:-en I-Ieldlabaegh Mlke Sfnlflw John Ashton, Roy Venrwa and Jlfn Sveyal-r LAW AND CRDER- STUDENT GOVERNMENT QA 1""D Gfrls Vnce KAY VON ROTZ AS 1 Boys Vice DICK HALL Comrmssroner of Publrc Relarvons Fa!! Semes!er PEGGY MEYERS Xl Commlssroner of Publvc Relahons Sprmg Semester ALAN CHAMBERS Presfdenf JOHN BELL Commnssroruer of Enrerrammenf Fall Semester BRENDA BALES GX Commrssroner of Internal Affairs ROSE MARIE TAYLOR fr- Secrerary LEE FRANKLIN -4: 11 l Treasurer TAD GANTENBEIN Commlssfoner of Enrerravnmenr Sprfng Semester JOAN MacLEAN 3 K - QX .f 5- . 4 ,, N 5' X J 5. ,Q ' I 'K ,.,,.' 'lm 'lf ,M 13 , 5, fv - 'A- LA Q TL' v ,jg -f" 1 - y ' "- i'E' C FIRST ROW- Nancy Lingenfelter, Tad Gantenbein, John Bell, Lee Franklin, Barbara Kilgore, Bonnie Konvaliri. SECOND ROW: Sharon Lingenfelter, Brenda Bales, Rose Marie Taylor, Kay Von Rotz, Wencke Klingenberg, Jan Martin. THIRD ROW: Advisor Paul Moser, Edie Cohen, Peggy Meyers, Dick Hall, Carol Cusick, and Ken Fat. EXECUTIVE BOARD And now we all should recognize this excellent group ot gals and guys. lt's our executive board that they compose. All ot These students really rate, they do a iob that sure is great As every loyal El Caminian knows. They carry out a iob with zest and never fail to do their best In each and every school activity And some day in cold December you may look. back and remember This group that did so much for old E. C. SEATED: Junior representative Lucretia Pardee, Sophomore repre- sentative Laurel Bell, Senior repre- sentative Donna Jean Niessner. STANDING: Freshman representa- tive Chris Beaty and Senior repre- sentative Bill Thielbahr, EVALUATION BOARD The evaluation board, as a rule Evaluates activities ot our school. Fromldoing their duty they never swerve And so we bestow the praise they deserve. ls' Sf" figm' xf"' . 'FQ 4' M . UK' 11 N ll.. ix. ' .. f.,- :aux-u Hbf4f9f44ff7J'H-Ah' l'.h :i ... use Q 'axiklf FIRST ROW, left to right: Peggy Myers, Eloah Jones, Linda Trussel, Sandra Dann, Virginia Young, Barb Shelden, Sabra Atherton, Judy Grant, Kay Von Rotz, Lynne Kurzenable, Sharon Lingentelter, Penny Joslin, Laurel Bell, Natalie Konvalin, Cookie Fontes, Lee Franklin, Brenda Bales, Carol Cusick, Betty Babcock, Loris Courtney, Jan Martin. SECOND ROW: Patti Maples, Patt Dickson, Bonnie Konvalin, Linda Kious, Karen Klotz, Bea Paizes, Julie Sorenson, Barbara Kilgore, Nancy Lingenfelter, Mary Gee, Jill Wilson, Jeannie Spargo, Ellen Schluter, Lillian Brundage, Toni lsoard, Sharon Spencer, Rose Marie Taylor, Barbara Hanson, Juanita Hicks, Phil Cordero, Kenny Biorgum. THIRD ROW: Priscella Joslen, Wencke Klingenberg, Carol Maples, Joelene Zimmerman, Ken Lucas, Lee Paxton, Joe Cangi, George Moschke, Rex Smothers, Doug Shearer, Larry Rackham. FOURTH ROW: Doug Duncan, Sherry Hopkins, Bill Schilling, Eddie Ursin, Dick Stiehl, Don Speich, Mike Galvin, Ed Cerwinsky, Jack Kimbro, Sam Denny, Tad Gantenbein, Pete Scatena, Keith McKeag, Ed Hauser, Pete Lucero, Ken Fat, Alan Chambers, John Bell, Earl Woodruff, Gene Espey, Tony Spangler, and John Dickerson. STUDENT COUNCIL These students are elected by their homeroom class, And a duty is on hand for every lad and lass. They strive for better relationship between teacher and student When discussing school business, their iudgment is most prudent. They keep their classes posted on each school activity And this group deserves credit, as you can plainly see. QC affix Z1 DANCE COMMITTEE FIRST RO-N Manan Caoacm, Dcrna Owens Jar' .'JIa"n, Ann CC'ncIIu5 SECOND ROW' Lwndd Daws, Joar MacLean Lean Smcer Joan D- Donavc and IoeIefe Zvfnaevnan , jan. s... RALLY COMMITTEE PES' '- E:'n Sa'C9's Na :V L" QW' 3'5" 5e':-Q J' Ka", Sze" Ee" Scnecr .,:. rf '- SECOND FSM- Nafc. '1:'gaf ,can .N L'ga"'e .:'n Be Caro Env r Q of e Kaffe n I I . I ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE FIRST ROW Barbara BInns, Lynette Pratt .Ioan MacLean, Manan Cross, Carrie Bower, SECOND ROW: BIII Turner, Toni Isoard, Barbara Hanson, Andrea WeIsIv, and Advisor CIifTon Gordon. FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEE FPS' Q .'. Sa'-:tw Camo" CVC 0 'MCM I:"- 'L' ' Pa" Sc' L-lv Pew' News SEC- CNS QC .'. Cyan "4a"sff Snwcn C, Q" Ky "1 VL" 5 " TH QD :O-3 I Biff! 5231- af: E Ca" 7 -9 vi STUDENT PATROL OFFICERS Secretary Bob Griswold, Assistant Commissioner Craig Wilson Commissioner Gay Brazil, Social Chairman B ll Turner, and Student Advisor FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Thomas, Sharon Covey, Judy Ping, Jeanette Smith, Gay Brazil, Bruce Silk, Julie Sorensen, Sherry Blanchfield, Marion Vogt, Jacque Meinzer. SECOND ROW: Joan Arbini, Pat Zentz, Robin Hatfield, Karen Miller, Bea Paizs, Requa Schultz, Gary Queale, Sondra Price, Carolyn Lundgren, Tara Lee McCollam. THIRD ROW: Christena Peterson, Sherry Wogton, Bonnie Crowe, Linda Derrick, Bette Hunt, Audrey Jerke, Anita Capps, Sue Ames, Joanne Stonesifer, Lynne Stuart. FOURTH ROW: Bill Pishek, Karl Fowler, John Ashton, Edith Abbott, Rod French, Phyllis Seeds, Mike Harrington, and Dixie Knighton. STUDENT PATROL 1 .. . , , ,, 9 77" ' ix ,,,, . 1,1 , X , 471 E ,, .p N.. ,V " Pm- 1 qwmf i' ' ' 14,11 ,. . 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SCHULTZ Varsity Football Varsity Track A 3 13, rf 'N I 1 4 Jn!!- COACHES .1- WL MR, KRONSBEIN Director of Athletics Varsity Basketball 'Hib- v"n. 6 , H--Av ..r"" ' A .--I l ft - L,-if-9 V, - vE5':w'Qvi 'GA N '1 MR. SOUZA Varsity Baseball Varsity Football QA. Nr MR ERNST MR GALLAWAY J V Baseball B BaSke'ba" B Football Varsity Swimming COACH ES PM 1 l. 54" t MR. GEORGES B My Frosh Football "A" and "B" Reserve A, I-A , ' Basketball I 1 W MR. FURNEAUX Varsity Tennis MR. BURCELL Varsity Golf "C" and "Sopl1" Basketball nr 'S V I . f D U 44 ., f 11.52 i uw! R' M Al.v f W., f . AQ --i MAISSEN Team MR. ARMSTRONG uf 1 f .-Q83 'gr MR. CLOVER Varsity Cross Country Varsity Track Varsity Golf MR. PHILLIPS J. V. Football Frosh Baseball Q fa. l r K dl kj NANCY LINGENFELTER He d Var Ty Yell Leader l JTM ARGANTE fl :J BONNIE GATOS Y. . ' QF l 5, J VARSITY YELL LEADERSy The peppy combinmielxpel head lxlxigfy yell U leader Nancy Linge and assisTa ll! Bonnie GaTos an lArgalnTe,y ,lruly s arciii rooTing secTion95?h sm hisuyeaf 0 o - OTT I T plishmenTs vv ell Tiff h'sl riQjC:lTh y can be credifed , V rnuch aid i l inigbb Thexlgood pollTan'TIQ rname T 6 ear QUT :Ts Teawred The7L,l,5J sporfsmavni ' I Troghwylhhb lmber MeTro- . Opuldrjlvy-le Qual ok' Their yell mwons ey!- l oxdfeged spiriTl an TQ jl,aTe iT simXlE4,l,They e lwsl. T fl lm T XL A lx 'U W X, , . A T ll , T, TJ ll l El lf ylf T T' Tl l 5-90-f" .Q f-A-QQHK'-3'n "ffl ..: 'Lf'- , ,- Q 1 fag- f-- F y M v sk l,,,,""'. ""l, 3.31, ,-. .H T... A I i f- -- 4 Q vw-'sun f 1i"9'Qls!Q5f5s Originality keynoted the activities ot Bonnie Konvalin and her assistants Carol Enos, Judi Richards, Donna San- ders, and Nancy Horgan. Memorable evidence ot this was the introduction ot com- ment-raising plaid kilts. Unique routines also illus- trated the theme. Yes, these songsters added lots ot spirit behind the team! BONNIE KONVALIN Head Song Leader DONNA SANDERS SONG LEADERS ,?,,,,d R W iii G,i'.-Qi-fy NA Wt NCY HORGAN JUDl RICHARDS CAROL ENOS KATHY SCOTT ,,.. wg, J SHARON LINGENFELTER Head Junior Varsity Yell Leader J. V. YELL LEADERS There is no doubt that Sharon Lingentelter and her assistants, Patti Schieck and Kathy Scott, represented the school with vim and vigor. Not only did the girls per- form vvell through all kinds ot situations at those early "B" team games-they ex- hibited a new, precise yell leading technique which created and maintained spirit among rooters and team- mates. PATTI SCHIECK -I -I 2 u. 7: Z -Ol-OCOCJONCJ-O'O 1 GSTO O Mod 92 CL UUUUU u.1u.1u.1u.zu.1 ro .Q fU 'O GJ 4- x. and sta ap VT1 footba CD .C +- C O O E E fU U put El has JOHN BRUNTON-Guard LARRY HUNT-Tackle-AH-Ciry RON WESTBURG-Tackle JOHN WETZEL-Tackle JERRY LUCAS-Halfback DICK BACH-Quarterback-All-Ciry BOB PARKER-Guard TAD GANTENBEIN-Halfback-All-Ciry LAUREN BOCK-TaCIcIe TOM GANS-I-Ialfback JIM COLLINS-Quarterback DICK GRANT-Halfback GARY FARNEY-FuIIbaCk PETE SCATENA-Quarterback STEVE NORTHROP-Halfback MARK KALENIUS-End CHARLIE SHORT-Halfback JIM NICHOLS-FUIIbaCIi BOB BAXTER-Linebacker MAC SHUPE-End BOB PEASELY-Guard DOUG BARTH-Guard JIM CLAY-End ' J MN' KVM 'L.-LL,L.fL -5...A. -M..... --.,. . .,,.,. .,,., .,......v-.,.k:. 'WWE , . V ,,,.3,i,,,,,, 1 i r - g A i J , ff. 4k..fmiHf ,W CH, . , FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Geandrot, D. Stewart, J. Effenbeck, M. Foote, T. Couch, P. Harms, F. Palmquist, J. Bernardo, G. Large, W. Wixom, D. Anderson. SECOND ROW: Coach Ernst, D. Stone, J. J. Seibt, B. Walters, D. Miller, B. Powell, J. Morrison, H. Davis, D. Cox, C. Downing, A. Helms, T. Fat, Assistant Coach Gallaway. THIRD ROW: R. Kelly, J. Johnson, S. Nuttal, M. Brown, M. Zauhoureclc, G. Long, H. Meister, R. Ventura, B. Carter, J. Burford, M. Boiko. FOURTH ROW: D. Straw, N. Green, A. Bullied, M. Dully, R. Rist, J. Nordstoom, G. Lentz, D. Dobbing, B. Meyers, E. Richey. " " FOOTBALL Courage, spirit and the will to win were the qualities that gave our school a fine "B" squad this year. Every day saw the lightweights out on the field faithfully preparing for the oncoming game. The boys were inexperienced, but a few weeks practice whipped them into a fine cohesive unit. "B" football is an experience these boys will never forget. El Camino. ..... Grant El Camino. ..... Norte Del Rio El Camino Downey .. .. El Camino ...... ..... S acramento El Camino McClatchy El Camino Modesto . El Camino Stagg .. El Camino Turlock El Camino Woodland E fU an l- . V. Football below is The J ed piclur th FD 3 TQ .Z 'O .E Q- O .C U C 3 .Q O7 .E .1 O 2 'O GJ O7 U7 D L CD .C l- N C rr: fU H2 ow .55 L+- rg- QS '03 o'o 4' 3-2 oo 58 Oul- aa ,fic -C+- Q- . CC 32 'DLE We Eu PE T33 cn ovE 3.9 'Dao EE go .c'o 4-C 'dm ,D . mf O3 3C ".o is 10 3-U Cm OL t-9 5-53 53 -CFU l-Q. 3 o .C CD 'o o o on YU 'E -O CD C 1. D -0- E FU CD -o- ff .C 4- -0- D .Q lntosh, P. Arbini, G. Muschke. SECOND ROW: aC bee, B. Knoble, B. M ib on, W. L UTT Pahlman, P. M J. ROW, left to right: ST FIR l, G, Eglevshy. THIRD ROW: D. Chase, G. Howe, Fanel J. rvey, C. Pappa, B. Beachamp, J. Frazelle, Ha L. Bacon, B. Landen, T. ing, R. Hill, R. Wiley, D. Miller, T. Landen, J McDaniels, D. Connors, M. Atlebury, M. Precobb. FOURTH ROW: M. Wa R. Lane, hillips P Coach irfield, S. Bollinger, and Fa D. V Y D Doughe Zahou ek, M. Ha ms D Ha vey W Wa I, R. Shephard, D. Boloyan, J JH ant, FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Bry R THRD ROW G Pu R. Geo ges Leroy 5 Coach QE Mana ga, D. Su on, en ka, G. Hoy io Am Christensen, R. L. Brooks, B. 00 Koske. Absen: R. M Hopkinson, and J VanDyke, J. T 0 Juan San . 3 rx I amino ,.. effa ino YT1 Ca El f I I E k Grove 33 ino m Ca EI O an -sm f E ru. ,IE Q- 54- Q E N'TC E 345 3 2-9 4- gpm :"gL4 ,U 3 4- .QCDCD "' G94- o.cE U -QS.:-gm YU!!!-0--C .CEU U5 an htm.- O X LI gm 3 ""tDU7mQ 9053: .cmaf 1-io?-ro .0330 ' x 19" PP-HL CORDERO JOE HARROD IIAII CROSS COUNTRY tr' K ft ......f.-.uhnulf .Msn BILL JAMES LARRY RACKHAM 1' DICK MURRIL RON KELLY 1 A 4, Q , 'A' A f-1 Y fy ,W J I 1' -v ...wr ...3""' , ..- A - , ' " I ' v n .51 I, L They're off! The "A" Cross Country team has established a great reputation for El Camino High. The boys of the E. C. squad have more than done their part to gain athletic prestige for our school First they achieved league and sectional championships Then n h North State Meet E C had the winning runner and the second place team They have lett some thing to aim for by future Cross Country teams Awards are ece ved ff' 4, IIAII CROSS COUNTRY MEET 'KZY' Down the stretch 1:- lm: .ng- Q" 6 ner ,f J . ,f L. 9 X X- 'J 3 Z,- 'x XX mf K NNN O f 25 5 f fgf ff 4 Sll 1 5 1 -ea 5 xr 7 'f' al ffl! xg lf ni lL O f f " l .f 4 4' at fl tn fl V l rn x ZL4"TOP ROW left to rtght C Schultz Steve Shearer Stan Ford Scott Buchanan Chff Esiabrook Mnke Euer L X1 X 'Nl BOTTOM ROW Charles Harrod Henry Gladmg Bull Case L 9 I il 4 5 , fl , Q fl I 7 ,vp -un.. A i Left to rght Dick Bach Gary Gimlen Mke McCrystle Ron Mllo J Leach Pete Scatena Jm Cay Gary Bell Gary Farney Wayne Alburn Marl n Wall ng Bob Dittman and D ck Cutler Manager Stagg Placer San Juan San Juan Metropolitan Tournament McClatchy Grant Woodland March of Dimes Tournament James Marshall Lodi NDR Stockton Grant Downey McClatchy Woodland ac Modesto McClatchy Turlock Marysville Sac State Frosh ., Grant M783 Sac ..-52 Woodland 'Denotes non-league game al' -k 4 -k A -nf 4 r sf 4 if 34 41 VARSITY BASKETBALL After a successful practice season during which they won the Consolation spot in the Metropolitan Invitational Tournament El Caminos Varsity basketball squad suffered three straight league defeats Faced with this handicap the As struggled to get back into contention but never seemed to regain the consistent ball playing that is needed for a championship team. Although they compiled a record of I i-14 the Varsity placed two members Gary Bell and Marlin Walling among the ten highest scorers in the City league. .Z x V' Go, man, go U! JZ A. . ' ' 1 'U' 5 ff' ' Il .H -' ,f6f'f,f? ,fin xg , ' .va Q' ' if 2' 5? W V .,g,, "" '. 2 1' f 4' , ll , ', M . rj, l , l ' 4,,oo X ng fry 1 9i' .. l Bell rings for two! All by himself! Look ma, three hands! 22 Tnptoe ihrough the rullps Ha' who 9095 There, "B" BASKETBALL "CO - CHAMPS" El Camino's "B" Basketball squad, led by Coach Ed Gallaway, turned in a Terrific performance this year winning T8 and los- ing only 2. This was the best record yet for an E.C.H.S. "B" team and was good enough for a co-championship in the Sac- Joaquin Conference. The team's amazing record was due to three things-hard work, skill, and teamwork. This team's fine per- formance should show up in next year's varsity squad. Placer San Juan San Juan Lodi ,,,,, , NDR ,,,,,,, Stockton . Grant a, W Downey McClatchy Woodland Sac ,ssooo,oo Modesto , McClatchy Turlock NDR .,,oo Marysville Grant ,,o,. Sac ..,, .s,.. Woodland "Denotes non-league games FIRST ROW, left to right: Captain Dave Ashcraft, Dick Miller, Mike Johnson, Tom Fat, Jerry Johnso SECOND ROW: Don Straw, Max Boyko, Ed Cerwinsky, Mike Foote, John Dickerson. THIRD ROW Bll Baker, Bill Powell, Steve Stoltz, Chuck Hagopian, Steve Harley, and Bob Graves, Manager. as sf-'R iv 56. 3" as 1 Player Jerry Johnson Don Straw Dave Ashcratt B TEAM IN ACTION 1 K lx s ui v Player Steve Stoltz Blll Powell :ma ik Q . K 'U'-Q 5 I 1 I I-egg ,C 'ae . v. . "A" RESERVE r-If FIRST ROW, leff Yo right: John Fairfield, Bob Peasley, Bill Meyers. SECOND ROW: Coach Georges, Allen Houseworfh, Lauren Bock, Jim Clay, and Wayne Wall, Manager. " " AND " " RESERVE BASKETBALL "B" RESERVE FIRST ROW, left to righfz Dave Merrifield, Mike Zahourek, Jim Kimmel. SECOND ROW: Roy Ventura, John Dickerson, John Fitzgerald, Gary Long, and Wayne Wall, Manager. ,.. ".", 4 1.1 'M' ge' 1 as h 4 I, ,ayl ,H J 1 N gg , , 1 , 4 1 w. sa? , 3 X f.,. 1' 1' 45 Coach Georges, FIRST ROW 20-Behl 15-Eakes T3-Ferris 14-Bertagna 19-Harley secomo Row 15 5 13 22-Foreman i6-Fitzgerald 1 l-Baker 17-Schulz I8-Parr SOPH BASKETBALL Grant Sacramento Woodland Norte McClatchy Grant Sacramento Woodland Norte McClatchy Mr. Burcell s comments on the season: "Basketball, as a student activity, can be iustified only on the basis of the educational value that the game may afford to its participants. With this philosophy as our guide, the "C" and sophomore ball clubs enioyed a rewarding season. Valuable lessons were learned, some the hard way, many by more satisfying means. FIRST ROW 23-Healton T9-Quick T8-Harlan i7-Harris 21-Morgan SECOND ROW 26-Tabor T5-Edwards 22-Galindo O-Butler ll-Merrifield T6-Ramos 24-Haney "C" BASKETBALL EC ..,,,,,.....,,,O T7 Grant ,.O..A...... .....v., 2 2 EC ..7,,,,,CC ,I2 Sacramento ,777. ,7,,, 2 226 EC ,a.. ,aaaaaaa,,,, 2 l Woodland as 2 ,...,aaa 33 EC ,,7..,,,.,,,,aEv 22 Norte ,77ao.,.,,,A ....,,,. l 4 EC .AEEE ,,7,, ..a,, 2 8 McClatchy ooaa, ,, 32 EC ..,,,,,,..,,,,,, 24 Grant ,7,,v,,..... ,,,,,7,7 2 l EC w7222,7. ,222,7 2 l Sacramento 2, .. 222,7, 235 EC 2,,,727,,22.,,,, 24 Woodland ,7.. ,222,,22 2 8 EC ..7,,,72.,,,,,,2 l4 Norte ,. 72.2 ,C ,,2,22 219 EC .2,, 215 McClatchy .2.. 72222, 7 ,I8 The experiences and acquaintances gained through associations with teammates and opponents were invaluable. A true evaluation of the season's activities obviously can never be obiectively measured. How- ever, l sincerely believe that each boy that participated has become a more worthy individual for the present, and undoubtedly will be a better citizen of tomorrow." ew- Q ' i' my rw ,M If M f -, 1 l,,-,-,- V , ,f -,, -. . , M . ra, a-pf-lffi' N: ,I I iq ""'N :gp-' .vw 4' . ,, , use . -Li , ., , K L v Q" r ',"' ii" 'M x ,ic fy 16 NM-1 Leff to right: Bob Davis, Dick Miller, Alan Berry, Mike McCrys1le, Jerry Effenbeck, George Large, Howard Meister, Pete Applegate, Mark Murray, Wayne Miller, and Dr, Meissen. Co-Captains, Mike McCrysfIe and Howard Meister 'ji 5 1 . LW STANDING, left to right: Coach Bob Burcell, Don Haney, Phil "Skip" King, Rex Smothers, Ken Morten, Frank Newman, KNEELING: Wayne Ashby, Mike Miller, Dave Hinds, and Coach Armstrong. Coach Burcell demonstrates the popular "Smo1hers" grab. GOLF TEAM Coach Burcell shows 1he golf squad the proper grip. M. lil" J 1 O Q J 1 , W.-M ... l"""'ll'Q' 4.-ff J . -1,,g,,, -D0 .v 1 JI? KNEELING, left to right: K. Fat, G. Miller, J. Harris, J. Dolbear. STANDING: B. Beattie, D. Barton, D. Donelson, P. Fraczek, and Mr. Furneaux. TENNIS TEAM Under the coaching ot Mr. Furneaux, this year's eight man tennis team had a good season, showing Us tennis at its best. Team competition was at its height when we played Sacramento and McClatchy. Dave shows good form. There's a hole in the racquet. Keep your eye on the ball. Follow through 1 l 5 . . f kr i T ' 5 K a , . . 1 wi R .4 . , , 'S in ...-1 'Q' ., Sis' :Ji,ii' , fm? t 4 af 1 M ff ' P' we 'A y ' "gr" , i g, ' ff my e':. , 4 'tm ,. ,' ' 'W "kt 1' "' 'V ,Z ' " I f, i sm,,f'h' A I , SENIORS Left to right: B. Simons B. l-lencken B. Evensen S. Buchanan T. Gans D. Fairfield D. Morton H. Meister UNDERCLASSMEN Left to right: J. Patterson B. Peasley J. Wetsel K, Kelly J. Deason J. Fairfield P. Applegate U 4 P 1-av If 4 f , 'W -1. fn ., - J ' ,, f -W, 'Wy ' .f .4 ' ' . rw ws, , - filly! 'V ' M-iu'V ts iff., .4 A X H- A 1,4 M, v-r-44 :ff 35 ' A "'5""Q.v gr, Y l , VARSITY TRACK A small turnout but good material keynoted this year's Varsity Track squad. Despite heavy material losses, the team turned in a better than expected performance. The future looks bright since some of the best material comes from the iunior and sophomore classes. FIRST ROW, left to right: Phil Cordero, Doug Shearer, Gary Meridith, Willard Wixom, Henry Stennett, Bill James, Mr. Schultz. SECOND ROW: Keith Dyson, Bill Knoble, Joe Zimmerman, Jim Clay, Jerry Lucas, Marlin Walling. THIRD ROW: Mike Precobb, Richard Viale, Dudley Stone, John Carlson, Tom Clark, Ron Westburg. FOURTH ROW: Al Ferrel, Dick Robinson, Mike Foote, Steve Northrup, Jack Kimbro, and Gibbie Lentz. rv-"q.4"f NWA '91 V aft :ik Lakai T lj 6-dlutk le i I Q S 'J 4? I i Q' Na-14 'WHA 1 i .tar .VH 2 5 ix.. , ' I Ax Qi .n A ' ti ". ,, .5 L C lf l l - A Ana . gi! V X wpgyx I VARSITY TRACK I if - 40- 'M 'da V ' - if , A f .rf ww . I f ' M: W Q. f" 'fi ,L r -. ' - M J 3. Q, , - ,- 1 AA v 3 Mm - W ' I ' ,1- - , A '39 , E., ' J. ' -0 " ." Lg " v ' . "'4."5" . W . rm , 1. Af. f ' """f- f 'nf' M- '77 1' .' - , , ' "' , wg. 2 ' .ff "yew fag?" M' " A "K ' ' " ' 'wi f M4142 ....wf ' Xml' , ,'S'w ' I Entering home stretch - ,, ,... 3 A w' N ' 5 4, "E: , .',,P:.,'7- Y l. Il zz W J r 'z""" ' X 1' , . . ' ""kb .1 Af' ' 'I -?A' , , A 3' ,', 1' , , Q M 4 ' ' 1. . fig ' W . Nice form, Jerry , uc- y ,,, x 0 ' . 6' 1 an .V QS as QQ 35' FIRST ROW, left to right: Dan Davidson, Dennis Davidson, Bob Helm, Stan Ford, Pete Schevierski, Jon Bernardo, SECOND ROW: Bill Baker, Jerry Price, Ralph Schmitt, Larry Northrop, Glen Pruit, Fred Palmquist. THIRD ROW: Ben Johnson, Manager, Mike Brethour, Terry Tabor, John Warass, Jim Burferd, Steve Shearer, and Russ Abbott, Manager, "B" AND "C" TRACK FIRST ROW, left to right: Dick Fenner, Dick Plesha, Bill Case, Steve Hunt, Bill McMillan. SECOND ROW: John Ramus, Fred Strand, Mike Evans, Ron McKinsey, Larry Reynolds. THIRD ROW: Bob Welsh, Harold Morgan, Ray Cox, Jim Shearer, and Henry Glading. .--1: ....-.-- o3'w V73 I F 1 ' x N ,effi , 'C wht' - all -N--xx Q ,Q ., . v V' by - if-nf -7 C' 1 v , Q ,- . 'lun i.....- LQ4"l 3 4-40.-. . ad Practice-in the rain! 3,,-,M .-nv' Q ,,, we -.3-,,- ,gn s.NA"c. . Up and over 4.31, 4 gf ".. 'C- z '4 .5 4- , 4,-R f,, ,Q , O .- -4 if -n 4 Clay winds up i , Duck the dnstance man VARS TY BASEBALL 's 25 .mis mmf "bi nh if , fe ,f A 1' 25 , 1. -Q 0 5 ' ff f :Xi ,J as 9 D M' f M E 'Q . 11 Q Q 5 I ' F- ' 1 Q ff 0, 5 ui Oi'i5P , , 1J N 4 - 5 1 - O E t 1 " 3 Q Q9 2 cz .Q A 8. Q S E if S E Q7 'R+' fl , 6 2 f x ,. S D .L L , Q1 - . Ag 'gi ' NL . ii Q ff , A Q f - 3 Q A 9 L . V. ,, J , w I 0 if '55 .Q 8 , I h 2 730 'T km-, , 5 3 5 ' 439- 2 .5010 ' K 5 Cf C i an Q O .Z E f L 93 4 3 LU rox FD LD Q .E . ua W E TE " Q L5 JS gi lg, x QP' gl , . 2 5 Ck . J 25 f Q 2 4 A X .. 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Joh sB!""' gzflf N1 N", uf "Q I5 ,nl 2 'Wifi I .A I XX ""'W fi 1 . 5 :'!,, r. l'h W X H: U t4 1 uf QWQQQQ esteem? Q 9 The rnain purpose ot the Girls' Athletic Association is to help develop citizenship qualities, skill, and co-ordina- tion in body movements, and to provide a period of re- laxation and fun. The club is based on the physical education activities. Members come each Monday and Tuesday to engage in such sports as tennis, softball, basketball, badminton, bowling, table tennis, tumbling or track and field, archery, and volleyball. Each girl strives to get points by participating in these sports. At the end ot the school year her points are corn- bined together tovvards winning letters and pins. The able sponsors are Mrs. Whole and Miss Robinson. G.A.A. DIANA IJOE Secrfvarf BETTY CZUPRYNSKI Presiderr CA'!ll.Li- BOYER Vice Pres dent CRIS PETERSON Treasarer JEANETTE SMITH Reccrder-Historiar , J ' .49 , -, I . 4 f ' A IA MRS. WOHLE MISS ROBINSON FIRST ROW, left to right: Barbara Shirley, Nancy Fisher, Cathie Rolston, Sondra Price, Rita Whitespeare, Luana Cox. SECOND ROW: Robin Hatfield, Pat Pucci, Mary MacKinnon, Shauna Robinson, and Judy Dittrich. Bowling, a favorite sport, has lust entered the G.A,A. spotlight, -.p T' T... Everybody can't make a bull's eye but it's lots of fun trying. ,Era w4,,.y Good sportsmanship plays an important part in all sports. Most g"ls go for an enioyable game of basket dk . F V it ,Lx l T QU ' hx V Q, Q., 5 y-x WA. ,1 V , Y A H J . X V' " X X ,7 Y TX .leff f N ' yy, X f if f f W Ax! A 'J-1' 57 in 'ly rxl J Y. .1 gijw v' J L' , i KL fb, HX V U, ,P 1 J, M , X L fs. 4 X 'V J J J ef Y ,QV fu f, Q m xx A J i 'JV f Y X, i J' k J hx-I , lj J x-'V 'Xi' ' ll' J lf , e. J W I X "a I x ef x fx J .ik 1 .-,i V ':.Al"J X NJ Y, " L' AV . 1 F KJ , Ji. y X 1 x X ff X T ., x T x .J x J X U V J' N x, fs ,vga +1 X x , . V ' fs: Q- ,+V MXN X - A - ,. V , N' , Xf . ,T N I N we ,, xl. f, P .X X.. .. 1, . ' . MAJ M v K' .1 X-XiJ"' A V WYXTJV . 'lx J J ' ' 'FFIAFIKS 'T T' X XJ r 'x,N' Xxxfr V ,P - .1 .Q I would like To Take This page To say Thanks To rny able assisTanT, Lyle Speegle, and To all The coaches and players who helped make This secTion possible. Thanks again. Don Haney Eagle's eye view ofthe E, C. campus-buildings and arhlefic fields COLOR GUARD - CADETS C A D E T LEADERS el!! '34 in WR MAJOR THOMAS ARMSTRONG Commandant of Cadets MAJOR EDWARD CERWINSKY Batfalron Commander CAPTAIN GUSTAV STIEHL Battalion Adyutant SECTION LEADERS 'Hn-1 ns' PHILIP DREW STEVE STORM FRANK MAGARY Personnel Publrc Relations Trammg and Opera tions H 'fi MAJOR ANDREW BOOTHE Battalion Executfve IB LARSEN Supply ,-:LW i'- sf' V' ,' 1' ' ii 5 1 1 A 1, I I I AL It Q 't V. I V. ' ' I " - - rf I L, A . 1 qt - 'S' TD' za u, . x I ',xVM M-'f,ve If V., A, ' ,gs w- HEADQUARTERS COMPANY HIGHER ECHELON MEN IN RANKS Roy Abbanat Robert Heidlebaugh lb Larsen Frank Magary Jim McKellips Bob McNairn Richard Miller Rich Prizmich Gary Queale Steve Storm Bill Turner Keith Wester HEADQUARTERS COMPANY STAFF MEMBERS Philip Drew, Anthony Lee, Robert Mayne, Bill Pishek, and Wendell Van Maane. COMPANY "A" STAFF MEMBERS Bill Bassett, Ray Clausse, Russel Cupp, Holger Knutson, Charles Lacy, Bill Moreland, Larry Rackham, Jim Thompson, and Conrad Yhnell. MEN IN RANKS Richard Allen Jim Brown Bob Castro Standley Christensen Raymond Cox Jay Crain Raymond Ellinger Donald Ellison Stanley Garcia Bill Golland Vern Iverson Benii Johnson Howard Larksen Wayne Libbee Tino Manus Glenn Nance Theodore Perry John Runyan Ronald Smith Harold Smedley COMPANY "A" FIRST YEAR COMPANY MEN IN RANKS Russ Abbott Leslie Allgier Mike Anderson William Beacham Robert Borsdorf Michael Bethour John Burch William Carr Brian Columbia Ronnie Davis John Edwards Bob Ellison Mike Hamilton Jack Harlan Reed Holcomb Bill Holland Raymond Klug George Lampman Gary Lynch Kim McKee Clyde More Richard Nelson William Nelson William O'NeaI Alexander Reidell David Rickey Ted Simard Mike Smith Dick Staples Barry Stapp Merwin Stapp Richard Stiehl Larry Struble Gerry Trimble Wayne Vroman COMPANY "B" mast YEAR COMPANY COMPANY "B" STAFF MEMBERS Ronald Allard, Alan Berry, Eugene Canales, Ted Densmore, David Jenkins, Bill Johnson, Robert Logan, Allen Moxley, Lynn Rackham, and Doug Thomas. COMPANY "C" STAFF MEMBERS William Barrowman, Marvin Capen, Richard Dwyer, Mike Euer, Andy Helms, Clair Iverson, Bob Lynch, Bill O'DaIl, Cam Wackham, and Doug Woodworth. COMPANY "C" SECOND YEAR COMPANY MEN IN RANKS Rich Andrews Ronald Andrews Robert Ashmus Thomas Beckman Edward Bender David Burden Charles Calebaugh Gary Christensen Gary Compton Donald Delong Jim Duncan Rodian Eglivsky Richard Germain Richard Gray James Hendron Francis Henter Jim Killick Tony LaParne Dale Nordlund Kenneth Osborn Richard Peterson Kenneth Reid Craig Russi Ralph Schmidt ReQua Schultz Peter Schwierske Raymond Tucker Morgan Vail Peter Wasser MILITAR -....., 1 is M. P. COMPANY STAFF MEMBERS Andy Helms, Gary Queale, Doug Thomas, Jim Thompson, Raymond Tucker, Bill Turner, a Vail. i A A N-., i Traffic is conirolled by the M.P.'s at all school functions. MEN lN RANKS Richard Allen Ronald Andrews Robert Ashmus Bill Beacham Thomas Beckman Roben Borsdorf Jim Brown David Burdon Standley Christensen Jay Crain Don De Long Jim Duncan Bob Ellison Stanley Garcia Bob Heidelbaugh Jim Herndon Jim Killick Ray Klug Gary Lynch Bob Mayne Kim McKee Glen Nance Richard Pelerson Graig Russi Ralph Schmidt Ricky Schultz Ted Simard Dick Staples Barry Stapp Merwin Stapp Wayne Vroman Peter Wassier nd Morgan POLICE "Reporting for assignment, Sir," I A 4 A if Guard relief is a welcome sight Oh! . . . for the life of an officer. John Burch RIF LE TEAMS VARSITY RI JUNIOR VARSITY RIFLE TEAM Russ Abbott Rich Andrews Ron Andrews David Burden .lay Crain "B" RIFLE TEAM BMI Beecham Ciyde Robert Borsdorf Jim Brown Jim Duncan Rodian Eglevsky Robert Mayne Rich Peterson Moore Glenn Nance BNI Nelson Rich Nelson BKII Carr Ronnie Davis John Edwards Bob Elhson Jim Killick Raymond Klug George Lampman Tino Menus Kim McKee Ted Perrr Harold Smedlev Mike Snrith Ron Smith Dick StapIes Merwin Stapp Larry Struble Gerry TrirnbIe . 7I , I Andy Boothe Blair Brink Ed Cerwinsky Gary Compton Ted Densmore Richard Dwyer Andy HeIrns Dave Jenkins FLE TEAM Jim McKeIIips Bill O'DeII Gary Queaie Steve Storm Doug Thomas Jim Thompson Cam Wickham Doug Woodworth 1 fa-- N ,erin .,., A 2 . 1 I l'1'l 'U 2 Cadet Trophies -'ry-9 if-'!'l' CADET ACTIVITIES I6tr Bavaiion Working on the Cadet Handbook for the State of California are, left to right: Roy Abbanat, Frank Magary, and Robert McNairn. WeII Co-ordinated bodies are irnporta gl 'rf mffvg nt 1- L. GF: " 0 9 1 ,N "0 I v I sv BJ" N wi The members of the CoIor Guard are, left to right: Raymond Tucker, Robert Mayne, Richard Peterson, and Morgan Vail. ww X n -3 F .1 lx b '-5' 'Tig ,i y 4: 3 HIL? K + 'A .,,' -7?-ui a l X 559- :ffl ,v-4 ' --sa. fp -f X Q' ' vf' ,. .- 1 J-r' A i. N ' ' LW A . ., "LV: Z 'A ff! - ..- A .-'mfg 3'5" -"P-fgf L H- f f - 1.5 . , i -H ,4w,,, X '- rh Q- 4 ,L I,-iV,, if, lm., ' , J ' .QW . ,62g"'a,.4a ff '15 ' 1' . . f- Q ,,..,j2 AQ-::fYl'?3:-M1 TK' H . f ' "ff ' 5 YV K .A kv -I m , ' ' ,- . t-,F 'V,f b ra.: ,,.L M . ' - A, iff ',ff,4 f -2.-iiiqif- T , 2-5, ' N" fe I A . Riu 5 1 -' '. 4? 'PL-L ,,.T. ' ' eji jf" +i, X N if ' ,--+".:'m, it XX-.P .QF-ll x html .1 .R . .4 ,Q av -1: .N-K ' H. li!" W .Arm ACTIVITIES i ""N-fm., MQM M Q4 I I Section Editor I " I Mama Wilcafe, fllgf I fIII I v II 1 "' ' - 1 I 1 II I 4 , .'II ffl, v 1 X I - ' 1 4 1' I I QI I I I I I 2 , . y ff, ff I 'I I I X II ? I 1' f , I ff CI fI fII I I I 6 I I L "1 I I h ,L Q 4, f' I I fix' , II , ' I 'L HI f If I I Af lj -'I lf! "I I ,j I IJ I I I 1 f I 1': I 1 1 Life Travels along -bumper To bumper SEPTEMBER . . . BACK TO SCHOOL . . . with light hearts we return . . . some to our first year at El Camino . . . others to our last . . . new faces . . . new classes . . . old trlends . , . familiar places . . . long lunch lines new schedules to learn pep rallues and dances the year turns another new leaf In the lsfe of The El Carnunran llll ,Lx .EN The entrance to ol E C where we spend approxlmately hours 2 mrnu es and seconds each day 1 Fast dellvery on your arrnval to school the school bus Y T.- Our busy school corrldors wnth theur traff c yarns -1 up f . L, Q, .. gifff Q4 W , f 262 f A , ff j' f K5 fm V f' 6 I X 4 fwf 1 , OCTOBER . . . Winter gradually seeps in . . . and romances begin . . . school ACTIVITIES hum with fresh excitement . . . and football season is in high gear . . . RALLIES, DANCES, GAMES, and ASSEMBLIES all add up to a terrific month . . . CLASS ELECTIONS are on hand to choose leaders . . . martians invade in Aerie stunt . . . and Don Amigo is named . . . oi Young love blossoms . . . Jr y' . A455 ,wr Xxx and rallies encourage spirit. Friend or foe of the Senior Men-Don Amigo . . . iQ --1274 , 1 Country Club Merchants present Us with our "first" scoreboard tor Eagles Field. a-up as-ft- Y' .., ,M in Class legs . . , er-ah-uh-h . . . CAMPAIGNS! Football season is wet! underway 512 .. . Qyou think of a subtitlej . ., 49 , -, Who's behind the green door . . . MAR- TIAN VNVADES IN AERIE STUNT . ,. a t NOVEMBER the annual EL CAMINIAN tashuon show V tt cut' s pretty gtrs the ttrst ntne weeks are over and those Inevntable REPORT CARDS and then I-IOMECOMINO IS here agatn Nancy Ltngentelter IS crowned QUEEN the crowd at the GAME see EI Cafn ng play TUVIOQIQ our bgyg ftght hard an we WIN I-IOMECOMINO DANCE as the tInaIe 0 enfI the perfect veekehd festtvtttes THANKS GIVING VACATION u 'O El Ca fasho s o Sega adS e W it X X' S Old and ne fash ons aI ke Entertainment was on hand too and then . HOMECOMING gp r 5.45 !'! v-:osx RO A COU T wi S S A A51 , 4 lr A uth 'Q Y I V VA -'Q-. f w Q A 1 "v f1f 4 fW" A WWW I if it A gg 5 ? gh KX My fir x P H 8' ' , v Q if . Q' Pxisiw "" U7 JhB1N I ,,- ,QQJ b k I V -' X X . YQ' uc- '!!"'lY 1 If 311 l"'w0""z' -Q ', Skits and entertainment g I 1 Queen Nafc, 5 v: 1,53-. fzrf' 4 J. 'K G C 1 ,Q C f ,M ' hcl: 1 BSC- W8 n,r'v" 1' . 4, 'T' sses O-een Nancy .. '2e"'j - ,.f'1 'alt P IGM, qv? -A' 1. " f , f . -f'..r yy! Last minute fl rush with AA- Tice? prep- BVGYTOVTS . . . 1' Exciting play by play ac- 1ion given during ine game... L..! ...- Dancers crowd the floor The evening is over and "The Sands of Time" has gone but memories remain. DECEMBER . . . DRAMA and MUSIC departments present a holiday program of "A Child Is Born" . . . beautiful and touch- ing . . . in hails a blizzard as the El Caminian presents the third annual SNOWED INN . . .METROPOLITAN TOURNAMENT . . . El Camino's basketball team captures consolation prize after a victory over Grant sPoi2rsfviANsHiP TROPHY is again awarded fa aa . . . camsrrwis PROGRAMS . . . ora Saint Nick in 'fail regalia. . .CHRISTMAS PARTIES . . . all the alumni home with stories of college . . . and finally, holidays Christmas play- "A Child is Born." Cast finale- a grand performance, Nia. 3' Preparations . ,. ntertainment , ., O a 41' er 45 -.F A Q La'--S! Entrance L3 54 Mevopolifan Tournament . . . , , .captures trophy an-... "Please don'T phone my mommy" , . . SENIOR TEACH DAY PW Q' 5 R.. is WORLD CLOTHING WEEK . .. ' X xv!! .4 Stacks of clothes for our I SNOWED INN and alumni home for the holidays , .. JANUARY . . . Back to school with a list of resolutions . . . cast chosen for SENIOR PLAY and rehearsals begin . . . posters and skits as STUDENT BODY OFFICERS are elected , , , then the first WINTER FORMAL . . . the theme "Fantasia" . . . E.C,'s basketball team triumphantly beats WOODLAND . . . and a sad farewell is paid to Brenda . . . MID-TERM EXAMS . . . and report card time ls here again , . . Brrrl It snows, Eagles bundle up in heavy woolens . . . CADET BATTALION REVIEW . . . second semester begins NEW YEARS RESOULTIONS. , , shall we keep them ? ? ? if ,,. g qv., tx x. If I--qv Gnu These are Student L45 X The final touch is added in producing "Fantasia r'f"'f'g5 -..-rr LEE !! Cf i -"WfM3C!F.9eN Y,- ng Yr ff.-il L gjf C iff, 7? 1 ',ZT'! X L If A Brrr! l1's growing cold outside if Y 4 S" , H 1 ' T5 , " I I , I f 32 I I., uv:-3" f A I Q Those last few hours -1 'U before Yhe Yes? . . . ' MID-TERM EXAMS . .. 5 if X Z M, XX ,i W H -ff -4 NUM - 3,-wr' ti, not ,xx ' A ' ' Y ,f Vi , ?',, Y ni K yn. V Z!-Qi' 5,5 4 3. 5 f' ' ' J, -iv V, T1 FEBRUARY . . . Let down after finals . . . phfttttt . . . rest period from homework . . . our country's founders give Us two days of rest . . . and romance blossoms with Va!entine's Day. . .DEADLINES begin . ANNUAL and CUB EDITION are soon nearing new activities arouse attent on KEY CLUB sponsors a successtui AFTER GAME dance and THEN DONKEYS invade EI Camino' That Long needed rest after e Bms 'S r 3 I Dead! nes and rush beg ns wwiw e sp ca day arr es if Q... th g s VALENTINES' ,.-ff I I AND THEN . , DON KEY BASKETBALL :my begins wnh a rnproamg sembly F s.. BOY I Il make that basket yet' DONKEY Ha ha Thais what he thanks' Watch out' Or down you go ' ' ' A successful landmg l I ' Come on pretty please' WlNNERSBIock E C LOSERS Eaglesmen and Faculty MARCH . . . BASEBALL SEASON begins , , . the annual MILITARY BALL is presented . . . and students take "Time Out tor Ginger," tI'ie hilarious comedy given by the SENIOR CLASS . . . Friends, Romans, and country- men, lend me your ears for we present the ROMAN BANOUET . . . the 5th annual CARNIVAL . . . food, games, excitement, and the FRESHMAN DANCE . . . report cards . . . and last but not least TWIRP SEASON... Military Ball presents "Carousel" . . . ROMAN BANQUET . . . TIME 0UT The last minute "pep" talk . . . fore show-time . . . the actors and actresses rush tl-ie make-up department be- S1 Q 'u'n 'W N I ry, if. f: Preparmg "I hope he's I'wome"-TWIRP SEASON FOR GlNGER" for vhe Freshman dance . . . 1 . v 9 . L X and the cast is greeted with f Q, applause for a show well done. I ,fa 3 J ,ns on 57596 and The refelllng of fhe excsfung 1oucHdown made by Grnger APRIL . . . C.S.F. Regional CONVENTION-El Camino hosts . . .Modeling Club FASHION SHOW. . . Crepe paper, guys and gals at the SOPHOMORE DANCE . . . Spring begins-EASTER VACATION . . . at last, some rest . . . then, JUNIOR PROM-soft lights and sweet rnusic. Regional Convention . . . ,f I ,-f" S, ' Plans were mapped for the C.S,F. O A 'A-If Q I 9: I 'ggi swf as ' gi Q-if 2.1 I 1 Chivalry is not always lost . . X P-3 41" Artist at work-don't disturb! Spring is here! Y" , Mn.. -nf' oo ce C mf x ,QW achifg 'Feet ' t fn 1 ft.,f"', j 3 .7 N, 4:4 W . Y S wi' Quo I-11 ,f 0 Q J' 'gf -X I 7 and ff' Ah-h-h-h, Easter vacation TEST . . . some long needed ,Q X .-A ,- AN-9 41 Y f, Y-v, . , Q., fx ft ,.,. ,, XA x Y. f 2 i Preparations for the Junior Prom . . , 17773 tb?--rv-.,,,,:.,. f il -.ggi 'rf MAY . . . music department presents a melodious CONCERT .... HOME ECONOMICS department Tea for the Mothers . . . doctor, lawyer, air-line stewardess, which snall it be? . . . CAREER DAY . . . Entertainment galoreedances, singers, pantomimes, in our own extravaganza, the VARIETY SHOW . . . AWARDS AS- SEMBLY . . . Drama clubs production of the season. I C, A Cappella sings! WI Q A Mother's Day Tea was a huge success fr.-P "Nowadays there is opportunity . . ."-Career Day . . . I' . i ll' Let's not forget me many hours spent rn opening our lockers . , . Re? ecmofs as ve band p!a,'s on Mil' x These boys gov a from row seat at The Varnefy Show Ag Our boys are never caught WITVTOUT when on a lonely road 9775 r 1' gasoline even 4 Q- X.:- I ,V Q-.1 ,ww ' Q fu. Freshman hopes Seasnde Trophy , . Q I M X x , . V " ' . ? . M fA ' c 1 4 . 1 H' . 5. fr.. .Q 1 I AK' Q , yr M ,. I , ' V ,xv V ' , 'M ey ' x . ' ' , is fx s Y, Xu :K , A . . X' ' - ' y I - ., V , - 1 ' 'V 1 Q. ,.:' ' ',r'7. ','. V4 9.7-.'1' 3-r '.-"9"- ...vm . ., T' '-7.. - , ' Na bf ...r A ., A , .K JUNE ...PRESS BANQUET , . .The band plays on SENIOR BALL . . . The blggesT danre of The year. , , raosTa?g C memories DGVVYVGBYG The awr . . . we can hardly believe The evening ends so quickly . . . SENIOQS make 'he nnosT OT TheTr CUT DAY . . . smrnnning, eahng, dancing, 'akrg bfcwres TUST The Tornc for our Spring Fefe . . . ELECTIONS-suse-nfs choose Thelr new Teaders for 1957-58 , , , SENIOR BREAKFAST Thunn, de! cage . . . The Tong-awa1Ted YEARBOOKS make Their debuT . . . BACCALAUREATE . . . and Then GRADLJATTCN or Bah wnh hs 5... ,. Q I 45. TA ....---E-'P' ir -ng Senior CUT Day wTTh iTs rioTous fun . . The food was "yummy" aT The Breakfast . '58 Y X .... X X . ' QV' "Uh -- ni .P VJ i 'f,, E E E H T T As he Drepare To e e .e find 9 TT harc 'Q bel eye gm I "' me ' iff Q We 4-4 After twelve full school years . . . the diploma, ment which opens the door to opportunity . . . may knowledge quide our feet and happiness smooth the road as we go our separate ways. , Sfr1Ed y Fre if dricks 'az ,AX x? 4' FL! I -, w -55.424 4 2:2 1 9 f QR ff' XX A' P I f 42 X 'H if NEWSPAPERS, ANNUALS- PUBLICATIONS Q' PUBLICATION ACTIVITIES STUDENT HANDBOOK The Student Hand- boolc has been pub- lished annually for sev- eral years as an aide to the student body in in- forming them of activ- ities, regulations, and traditions of school life. There is a section also on sports, which contains schedules of the differ- ent teams, and songs and yells. J THE HANDBOOK COMMITTEE-Left to right: Bonnie Gatos, Janice Blair, Judy Grant, Nancy Lingenfelter Ichairmanl, and Joyce Bush. Standing: Lynne Davis. 1 I M" ' 'U AERIE FLOAT , . . . , WxAl 3' 'fx . A prize winning lsecond ,. , TQ -y'mmM.ik --,-,ns placel Homecoming float was j iii. Qf":jg:g'jQ:, 13,1 517.-Lf" ,LQ Vi. 2 . V another all out staff project. Act- 1 if Q-'ff,,3,M,.rqg?" :"4 y -' I ' I ing chairman, Peggy Meyers, ec , n -1 tr-V, A f I M' - had the help of the staff and ' 6 ' .K others who were interested. I 4 A I! 3 y , ,D tr Kiki' Ytrrlngalu V ' iI1'A gt , , arson H U H ISL. 01,556 I fiiifilu Q -y r n . " S4+,g t- 17... f gag 't 's t .I Q HOMECOMING EDITION The annual homecoming edi- tion of the El Caminian was the best ever this year. Giving staff approval are Andrea Welch and Beverly Zetz. P6 SPORTS CONFERENCE Ib Larsen, special correspon- dent, Mike Kilbourn, reporter, Gary Hansen, exchange editor Cfrorn left to rightl, and Mrs. Young, El Caminian advisor, talk over the layout for the sports page. NEWS HAWKS Reporters Priscilla Huffman, Gerry Hakari, and Suzi Wilson kept busy on write ups, as head typist Cookie Fon- tes, and Karen White, from left to right, see that the typing is in or- der. an-. WX I .,,5bx inf' Ex .MSN BI WEEKL READY FOR ACTION Typists Joyce Bush and Doris Blackburn did their share of work while waiting for copy to type for Karen White, standing, edi- torial editor, and Andrea Welch, right, news editor. te!-KX rv!-,-'T F' RULERS OF THE ROOST Lynne Davis, editor, Mr. Studley, advisor, and Mimi Wilde, busi- N ness manager, have been almost entirely responsible for the high quality of this year's book. . g' MONEY MAD To raise money for a bigger and better book the Aerie staff put on a dance, sold peanuts and ice cream, sponsored twirp sea- son with the El Caminian staff, and held a donkey basketball game. Below are Jan Logan, front, and Karen Klotz, who were in on several money schemes. SALES BOOM Working on the records, left to right, are Ada Hawn, Jody Fredricks, Jeannie Cox, and .lo- anne Zimmerman. The '57 Aerie topped all other sales records with T750 books sold. 3. ,.-W4 OLD RELIABLES Keith Wester, left, and Bill Washburn, right, photo- graphed many Aerie pictures. They were assisted by Karen Edwards, center, and Linda Davis, standing. 44 SPORTS EDITORS WORK HE Sports editor Don Haney tried to help Lyle Speegle on this shot, while Dale Malchow looked on. PUBLICITY CALLS FOR ACTION Daring promotion stunts were the tad with this year's publicity section, whose famous cry was, "Remember The Martian." Searching for ac- tion Bill Pishek, section head, is surrounded left to right, by Donna Owens, Peggy Meyers, and Edith Cohen. Kr' E35 if KOPIE KORREKTERS All material tor the Aerie was copyread by Sharon Spencer, seated, and Judi Richards. ,,,,..----...-..- ADS PAY OFF Under the supervision of Judy Boloyan, right, and her assistants, George Tatterson and Pat Dennis, the Aerie staff sold S1775 worth of ads. td 'jx . ,r ', 4. v . . m ' f '.,. v- , ' 44 , "'-,,1 ul. '3. 'BN .- 1. -x --. "' . 3, . ,- - :4 1.-'F' f -4. - :+- ',-'tl :Q- '-lix .'bx ' . -otx-f' . ..- Pt' 1 .I -'nf " ' 4.5 ff -1, -'ffl' A - 1.!5jY'.""""'f, , I .,.,, ,- V . ,- , .. , V k . . -' ' '4 " " x 1. ' 'Z 'Z' f ' 143' , 1' of -gf ,,--L Q . . '4 Y 9' 4 KL r' ' - , -. . - ' -M91 S5 '- V X .9 ' ' x- ' ' . fx. ., gs-,hw 'C . - ' ' ' I ' F' ' , ' - .,44.'.' n-.- 'Q' - 'fQ. , Vf-:Sw 'QF5 ' . rg.,-q,1. w x .F ' :MA K .lsr A' . 'E' x A-rr. A ' ' ' ' 5:5 w yhul. QQ" ' If I -Q 411- ,.-- - - 3-a"x- H '-sew ' --w . - Yi - 4' ,, . - -vu - , I -4- ,54- k ' ,1 'rf l.d,qf-'riff-1 AMN " -. , ff -:H ---3' ' 1' 9, '74 ,,, , A, 1 f X H. 9 3 -3 -I. ' Wi ,x , 'I - A .,g , ,. ,.. f 4 I 3, W-. f " .fx , , 'ik in-7 1 r, J 4' I 4 . . K 'Q - '1 :Wa I4 -, ,1 , -QQ... -..-V' 1 Aw ., -V Section Editor , Sharon Spencer ' ' 1 , 1 ,i 1 . 3 X jp X ' 'i X 1 Xlif 0 y 1 J- f I I , J 1 x I I, K . l I . 1 Q ,I ll l'I lf I g ,f If lf, .7 ' I K fl X l ll . f The Redwood Empire -always inspiring. F ITS OWN smg,SmQS1HQ! ADVANCED GIRLS GLEE - Iv. F5 n 0 63 I I 4 V i A il I I I' . L -f T ROW left to rght B Outh Icaby S bunson T ar ere G or um B Bax? J Parxno B Gr S S Sternburgen C Pnerce J Shelly SECOND ROW B L Lemrnons S Foreman C Morrerson J Roach D Staat B Sanders Meyer S Hunt J Ross M Grordano J Pxngnore J Shely THIRD ROW S Rewter E Trowe B Yocum M Morgan Lesneke W SI'1IrIey D Krckerung P Curry S Pwggotf J NorYI1 M CampbeII B Hanna A Basso K Conan? D Raupp and M Epps SvveeT Swings and SOIT VuoI1ns L... SJ if H-r L C GE Q FIRS , I 1 . S , P. HUC , . R0 A , . C I , . Fry , B. AII , , er, . ' , . 'b on, G. , . , . , . ' , . A ' , . I . : . 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Melodlous harmonles and Inltnng Tunesl ecnqfllnnhn In nfl G nathan fa f, A 0 06610 'I Cx ii 71' T ROW left to ght R J I Ma son M Dann M Lane S Davis G Stewart P Peterson D Manmn A Davns I-Iartwlg S Wugton C Blake J Westover D Darby R Hurff B Loloerty SECOND ROW M Johnson B Carah J Couch urzyn M Beglez K Malony K C I an z er Sova S Cooper V Harre ans J H nt en e Goo ner Gu: :cn N Lawrence P Pauley B Gonzaes D Drlsc er Thomas FOURTH ROW B Lockwood J Momm R Cornarsh R Whltcomb R Moore J Mner M S Weubel J Dee L Donato R Rose P Sparrow G Backstrorn B Sh rley C Hansen J KIassesJ Nichols andS Yarrungton Music with The masculine Touch' OVW FIRST ROW left to ght D Rognllen D Dougerty B Welch J A hton R French K Johnson J Russell R Ellnnger SEC D ROW J Brown D Schumedt R Sautner D Hmds D Manley B Wnlllarns D Oleson M Jones C Alexander THIRD ROW S rchards J Whnte P B tler B Blake J Wulk son E Houser R Knecht P Levenberger and B Parllaman 4. J 1 ,, - . - qx A . ,. - i A f . - A4 . - ml . K k' X V ', s ' v I XX ' ' ' v V ' ! ' 5 L ' , I A I .- . ---. - L - I FIRS , ri 1 . u Ier, S4 tte , . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' 9, . ' , G. ' , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . z . , . , . , M. M , . , . , . U Iiv , L. Gome , D. Spenc , C. Gore, K. Keysor, C. t II, . , . II, S. Downlng, B. Pritten, M, Junsicker, K. Tuthlll. THIRD ROW: V, Applin , V. Andrew, T, Fame , G. Lush, S. Rosell, N. Fisher, D. Q Y Ath , . U , E. Lintn , S. Cov y, L. Derrick, S, d' , L. Ad' ', . , . , . I , . ' hl , B. . : . , . , , , , ' , . , . I , . . ' , . TS, . Di , . , . , . , , I , . , . , . ' , . A . . . . -L q 'P' ty I ,le : 2 W .- 1 'J M' ,, ' ' - i h -.7 J- N 4 figs f. N, ' I Z' If cf A ' , 4 ' 7.1 RI. V, N . 5 , ' , ri 1 . ' , . , . , . s , . , . , . , . ' . ON R' , . ' , , u , . , . ' I , . , . , , , . I . ,,-mv.. .5 K 'wr r W Q 'li MK.. A-.gr -uv ff -Q 3 ,qzbi-af M WW -M 1 u'5' PT Sensor Band sports new umforms on Eagie Fuel fkf' 1 av Nb-5 N 'Nas-ai-. su- " -L , , . .. 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" ' ' 5, ii- if! iid . ,A . ,bca ni L' ' ,. f I Q ini ft ji I .----," I . ' ',. X " 'Q' ' if 1 4 A ,L "' w " W' 'A 'fr A I: Q i - S ir' it .- 'ii :iff H Q- 1 . V 1 Ci ' T' T A l" ' 'V il .4-Q . - it . -a Wt ' ae T ' i - f fa. . W. J, - - L :- 4 . 1' I ll ' "Lf 4 . y T f 1. - 4 .I ". f P ' 2-4 4 T JT I ' s gl! X' I . " if . Y ,Y '- 'A ' - - 1 v ' A . ifs ' .L x lx' s , fi..-as I i -L .DLI . i .1 ff .. . A X if ff ' X 54 i L " in H... 9... ,J - 4,--3-' -..af-.H ., . . .- XXX xi FLUTES, le t to right: B. Kilgore, S. Stewart, J. Selby, B. Kleman, N. OPHONE: B. Cox. TENOR SAXOPHONES: P. Harper, H. Davis. McCoy, B. Buller, S. Junt, M. Peterson. OBOE: . Joslyn. CLAR- BASS CLARINETS: D. Youst, B. Lutz. FRENCH HORN 1 . n r, I ETS, irst row. J. King, R. Eclchardt, S. Piggot, D. Vihlow. Second J. Larick, B. Hiedlebaugh, J. Sherry. TROMBONES: M. Martin, row: D. Neiderloh, B. Mayne, D. Melborne, J. Crane, G. S ti r. T. Ruble, J. Kau troath, . Clark, K. Bowman, L. Bright, D. Ellison. Third row: M. Barlow, M. Vale, N. Diville, J. Denny, B. Housh. STANDING REAR: D. Witt, T. Clark, J. King, L. Martin, and D. TRUMPETS. P. Morrow, J. Castellan, P. Pitzer, R. Byrd, B. Wagner, Lesher. NOT SHOWN. G. He el inger, M. Capen, L. Davis, G. G. , . l , . , . l . O SAXOP ONES: V . H LT A UQ R K GF! VTX ood J G OD S Ne B GFTCE N sw' A, F' '55 ff, H L. Rigall, M. Jones, D. J. Niessner, B. Appling, J. Zimmerman, R. Gusfalson, G. Saurner, R. Prizmich, R. Ventura, D. Jenkins, L. Thomas, P. Lundsfrom, M. Bender, M. Sisler. FOURTH ROW: T. Riborcly, G. Jeffries, G. Raide, C. Wilcox, J. Kurz, J. Fairchild, J. Dulgar, R. Vinall, G. Hansen, J. King, L. Rackham, R. Elder, M. Sis, J. Nichols, and B. Moreland. rar? 1. , fir H. JA-L' Original Ideas-and Talent too! .' : ' ' " -.ve -Q -'. Q . . ..- 5 1 H , , K: K -:Q :.: :Y ' ' ' -4 ' -v I. 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V , I V. , Vw. . .- . ., -.V-V -...g ., .Y Ls- . 4 , -' 1. f 1 V "'v' ,K ' . Lffz' yl r -A K, 'r 0 .-,' ,,M.,V. , . -. 8. Q N 1 ln. X 'S . L Jug., -J, , - .V ' V ' fm' .. I J lx , , 3 ,. . , 9334? ' . Ilfjqvk. ' A - 5 . A 1 4. 'sc , K " x Q? sg 6 Q. ,Q-"Y . K X V, ' fl! 'U " if yu, .' as-an - 'I "J I ,, x 7 - 4' If 1 . ' I , A I rs . .21 -L-A-. . I .1711 ,- T OFFICERS, left to right: Dick Bach, Vice President, Howard Meister, Presidentg Gibbie Lentz, Secretary, and Charles Short, Sergeant-at-arms, Absent: Jerry Effenbach, Treasurer. BLOCK E. C. Block E. C. is composed' ot those boys holding block letters. The club strives to promote athletics raise the standards of true sportsmanship and to create an organization for the general interest ot the athletes who have received block letters Included in their activities is running a popcorn concession at all the home foot ball and basketball games Each year a father and son banquet IS held The lnitia tion is an exciting part of their activities A gay time was had by all under the leadership of Mr Gallaway, Mr Souza, and Mr Ernst -'rv FIRST ROW let! to ight Ron Kely Dck Bach Bill Brecht Jim Collins Gary Hansen Jerry Effenbeck Wayne Alburn Russ Pitzer Gene Copeland Ronald Millo Charlie Short Coach Gallaway SECOND ROW Gary Nance Pete Scatena Ray Vmall Ron Westburg Larry Pratt Dick Robinson Frank 'Vall Tom Gans Jerry Gedney Roger Lundblad Dick Morten Coach Souza THIRD ROW Bob Peasley Lyle Speegle Gab Lentz Gary Johnson Gary Farney Bob Parker Tad Gantenbein Tony Spangler Howard Meister Sam Wheelns and Coach Ernst 1 I .M 41... - . -- . . -Q y - - -. ,., , - ' . v, v - , b -" A - ., , ' f - . Q, 4. 3 Y 3. Q .fa . r' g l , I , , ' ' I , , f I , I - . f r V i 1 r r 1 ' ' ' ' Y E ER N,H 2 O U n. O n. l OFFICERS, left to right: Susan Dutra, Secretary, Ann Cornelius, President, Bob McNairn, Vice President, and Marion Cross, Treasurer. CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION Calufornua Scholarship Federatuon under the guldance of Mass Sherrod, has been active earning money for a scholarship to be given to an active member of the club A conference of all C S F clubs was sponsored by the EI Camlno Chapter Also Included sn thelr schedule were concesslons at the home football games, a Mr and Mass EI Camlno contest, and a booth In the carnival f"! fx 'N au FIRST ROW left to rnght Mnke Lambert Ann Corneluus Lee Franklln Lynette Pratt Jud: Ruchards Marlon Cross Karen Whnte Betty Amuoka Susan Dutra Lynne Kurzenabe Pattn Schuech Charlotte Newhall Dnanne Barton Lorranne Zube Jane Chapman SECOND ROW Carol Cusuck Gem I-lakan Sharon Pnggott Sandy Hellevvell Barbara Brnns Laurel Bell Lynn Merrlclc Ton: Isoard Joan MacLean Jody Fredrlcks Merru Sherburn Lollta Zook Margaret Netherby Judy Dnttruch lcrasher Ruby Reynolds THIRD ROW Ccrasherl lcrashert ICYBSIWBYJ Jim Larnck Dwight Pnly Ken Osborn Edward Bender John Warnock Judy Prng Barbara Hanson Marlone Martun Cathy Croker JIII Wnlllams fcrasherj lcrasherj FOURTH ROW Duck Donelson John Dmkerson Eddue Cerwtnsky lcragherl lcrashert Donald Yost Shephen Peterson Duck Hall Bob McNalrn Roy Abbanat Ronald Allard Ray Vrnall Jtm Bell Tad Gantenbeln Jean Ktng Stta Nlchols and lcrashert I X ' V M , 1. , X if In 4 ' I ' ,z ' I I - 3 fl -v 3 . b ,I N-1: .QM ' l ' A as aLl S W Q- f-'EI' I ' - ' I J"-,V ' Af I I I I x x ' 'ij . Q Q x , , ...Q " . ,' -' ef' ' I ' - " ,.. - - Q. -2? -.-- ' -5 ,v " . . - -"Nu '- I I I , I , I , , I I , I I 4 I I 1 'I I I I I I I I I r 5 I I I I ' I II , 2 I I I A A I ' I r V I 1 I f , I I I I I I I I I - I I I I I I I I , I I 1 I I A I O u.l u. u. -1 ll ll i 2 i CJ Cl! 1 1 i 1 l 1 4 LJ -.I LAJ 1.1 1 1 i L3 VJ may JUAN SAN Nsaezfe'-I' ,. ,- 4. s 3 fs QI OFFICERS left to right .ludy Griggs Secretary Bonnie Seyferlich President Ronnie Hart SHAKESPEARE S CREW The purpose of Shakespeare s Crew is to work forthe advancement of dramatics in El Camino High School and to provide interesting social activities for those interested in dramatics The club has organized a Thespian Society which is an honor society for those members of the club who have earned enough points to be admitted to mem bership Their activities included a three act play field trips to College of Pacific, and having concessions at the play productions ang K A f. FIRST ROW, left to right Barbara Collins Sandra Cannon, Lynn Merrick, Sally Johnson, Ann Davies, Jill Wilson, Barbara Kilgore, Marilyn Bond, Linda Fortner, Lee Franklin Sherry McGowan, Sandy Whaley, Carolyn Drake SECOND ROW Joan Crowe, Kate Maiorana, Mollie Henderson, JoAnne Haack, Lenore Cantrell Bonnie Seyferlnch Suzi Wilson, Darlene Gore, Cookie Fontes, Gerry Jordan, Jan Martin, Frances Maiorana THIRD ROW Lee Paxton Walt Larick, Ray Byrd Ron Hart, Craig Wilson, Scott McDowell and ArtMiller . ' fi gt , - cs ,, - - ,, f V I o V' Y 7 ' -Liivcl 3 y A X .1-"1 ff ,. 3, X- C 1 1 , i Lg F V 2 r ' S, , L x x . t I V I . 1 I l D 1 I I I I Vice President, and Suzi Wilson, Reporter. Absent: Rosemary Winterstein, Treasurer. I , . . I I , 1 4 ... ,..- -,,,. X A - 7 Wj -A , - -- . 4 , Ui LD ID GHT, YA 1 M . u 1. 'wh sf' .us A I 'Q OFFICERS left fo rughf John Faurfueld Secretary Duck Morten Presudent Duck Donelson Vuce Presndenr and Cy Culver Treasurer KEY CLUB The Key Club whuch was sponsored by Mr Kuck us deducated lo the Ideas of Kuwanus, and us seekung To provide servuce To lhe school and communuty whule encouragung unutuatuve, good cutuzenshup, and leadershup abulufy on the part of ns members The Key Club members were unstrumental un brungung us El Camuno s fursl foreugn exchange studenl thus past year A dance was sponsored by The Key Club To pro vucle money for The new foreugn exchange student The club has parlucupaled un school servuce programs, Kuwanus programs, and vocatuonal forums ,Air-I' lx a-A S.. 'X I if FIRST ROW left to rughr Jon Deagon Ruqhard DeWeun Wendell Van Maanen John Faurfueld Don Haney Bll Thuelbahr Don Nusbaum Duck Murrull SECOND ROW Lowell Thomas Larry Rackham Juuru Nuchols Duck Donelson Cy Culver Duck Morten Howard Meuster THIRD ROW Dave Durfee George Surmeuer Gary Quuale Ken Allen Donald Yost Duck Kempsler and Bull Bassett I 1 " 1 1 W' -f .- .lm 1 ,, ,,,..- ' ff- , vzrrwn 1-1-- Xl...- OFFICERS, left to right: John Warnock, President, Karen Young, Secretary, Dick Murrill, Treasurer, and Walter Larick, Vice President. N. H. S. National Honor Society recognizes high scholastic achievement, leadership, and character within the school. The club awarded scholarships to deserving members. The money for the scholarships was earned by having a concession at the games, having a booth in the carnival, and by having an after-game dance. The sponsor was Mrs. Sparks. ,cz be -Us lp, FIRST ROW, left to right: John Warnock, Dick Murrill, Karen Young, Walt Larick. SECOND ROW. Joyce Winkelman, Lorraine Zube, Virginia Young, Gerri Hakari, Karen White, Andrea Welch, Marion Cross, Ann Cornelius, Toni lsoard, Judi Richards, Carol Enos, Jean King, Mariorie Martin. THIRD ROW: Sandra Marqoiss, Jill Williams, Sandy Hellewell, Susan Dutra, Barbara Babbin, Jody Fredricks, Lolita Zook, Judy Gordon, Marilyn Soren- sen, Janet Leopold, Linda Trussel, Carol Lideri, Sandra Myers, Ruby Reynolds, FOURTH ROW: Merle Jane Relles, Carol Cusick, Betty Amioka, Jacciulyn Lea, Sandra Zimmerman, Barbara Hanson, Carol Chamberlain, Cathy Croker, Gail Lindmeier, Dianne Barton, Nancy Foss, Karen Klotz, Elinor Somerville, Leanne Johnston. FIFTH ROW: Ken Lucas, Ken Howe, lb Larsen John Castellan, Dick Donelson, Ed Cerwinski, Bob McNairn, Roy Abbanat, Margaret Netherby. SIXTH ROW: Phil Cordero, Roger Eckhardt Jim Bell. SEVENTH ROW: Rex Srnothers, Bill Thielbahr, Bob Foreman, Tad Gentenbein, Gary Gimmlin, Don Nusbaum, Ron Hart, Dizk Hall, Stephen Peterson, Jack Stiehl, and Darryl Willli- C xf' 'V X OFFICERS, left to right: Bev Mazzola, Treasurer, Charlene Gilliss, Vice President, Don Nusbaum, President, and Roberta Freeman, Secretary. SKI CLUB The purpose of Skt Club rs to encourage wrnter sports, such as skung and tobogganung The members enloyed sk: trrps at dtfferent trmes durnng the wtnter The club also had an end of the year party The club s sponsor was Mr Leafe OD "W QD '-- .' ""'7 as FIRST ROW left to rrght Mem Sherbum Jams Yenokran Elarne Ptscrotta Karen Young tcrasherl Gaul Hams Jo Klshbaugh Karen Columbua Judy Gordon Judy Greene Sandy Smart Lmda Pusher SECOND ROW Kathy Yenoktan Mary Sue Wetbel Vrckr Vertrees Peggy Van Der Volgen Leg Rrchmond Budget Davis Sally Tawge Carlteta Brever Charlene Gnllrss Judy Boloyan Larry Lmvulle Roberta Freeman Don Nusbaum THIRD ROW lcrasher lcrasherl Don Barkhurst tcrasher fcrasher Ken Allen Cy Culver George Surmeter Duck Cutler Duck Beaton .Jared Carter BEFCRE THE STCR THE CAL 1 --w,..'- ? 'FY P Q 1 on - a 15. OFFICERS, left to right: Janet McWilliams, Secretary, Roberta Haynes, President, Qfwly Jackie McManus, Treasurer, and Joyce Carter, Reporter. M fer- ' M "Hx, gf'f,.4r F. B. L. A. Developing business leadership is the main purpose ofthe Future Business Leaders of America. More interest and understand- ing in the choice ot business occupations is created. The club was busy with conventions, carnival booth, and an installation. The club's sponsor was Mrs. Eckern. FIRST ROW, left to right: Janice Moore, Nancy Van Hoose, Mary Ann Packard, Elva Howell, Sheila Cachnitt, Barbara Collins, Carole White, SECOND ROW: Jessie Winkle, Mary Stewart, Roberta Simmons, Jackie McManus, Peggy Spangle. THIRD ROW: Iris Cauagnaro, Roberta Haynes, Eacline Hazzard, Joan DiDonato, Paula Hoogendoorn, Janet McWilliams, and Eddie Dickinson. Q' L-cc Il ,iv vw- ,as ...N v 'Af-'W :Q K ,- of 5715, , Ll' t7 5, Q .'f.lA.T OFFICERS-Left to right, seated: Leona Gomez, Secretary: Virginia Ashley, Presi- dent: Kay Johnson, Vice President, Donna Bradish, Treasurer. Standing: Saundra Jones, Historian: Judy Lamb, Recorder: Gay Brazil, Song Leader: Mary Epps, Parliamentarian. F. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America Club strives to prepare young girls to properly care for their homes. Their activities included field trips, proj- ects, and concessions at home football games. The sponsors were Mrs. Reese and Mrs. Dean. FIRST ROW, left to right: Virginia Ash- ley, Marcia Rawson, Gay Brazil, Jill Wilson, Joyce Goodman, Jeanette Wil- bur. SECOND ROW: Mary Sue Blanken' ship, Kay Johnson, Mary Epps, Cathy Croker, Sandra Griffith, Mrs. Dean, and Mrs. Reese. 1 you il OFFICERS-Left to right, seated: Lucretia Par dee, Secretary, Carolyn Devme Presu dent, Christie Campbell, Vice President, Linda Harwood, Treasurer. Standing Marilyn Smith, Reporter, Peggy Gray, Histo FNA Future Nurses of America acquannts girls with the field of nursing Their activities Included cake sales, trips to hospitals and special prolects All of these activities are clone under the guidance of Mrs Stennett FIRST ROW left to right Ruth Hurff Sue Downing Carol Stovall Marilyn Nangesser Janet Coplen Marilyn smnh seny Lrbeny SECOND Row June Ritchie Marilyn Wharton Carolyn Devine Lucretia Pardee Patsy Reed Paula Clark Judy Monn THIRD ROW Claire Carmichael Robyn Levis Johanna Deats Natalie Konvalin Linda Har wood Paulette Schmidt and Delores Ullery rian, and Mrs. Stennett, Advisor 46 OFFICERS, left to right: Sheila Thomas Secretary Delia Tschopp President Jack Stiehl, Vice President, and Wendell Van Maunen Treasurer GERMAN CLUB This year the German Club has tried to develop the idea of the four "F's"-Free Fun For Fritz. Excursions, movies, and singing folksongs have been on the list of activities for the club. Big items on their schedule were a Christmas party and the initiation. The German Club has really ful- filled the meaning of the four "F'S." The sponsor was Dr. Mais- sen. FIRST ROW, left to righ Sena Thomas, Carol Cusick, Delia Tschopp Carol Waddell, Georgia Hoffman Son dra Peterson, Dr. Augustin Meissen SECOND ROW: Vern Ivenson Jack Stiehl, Frank Ferris, Phil Coleman Wendell VanMaanen, Walter Morris Ken Lucas. THIRD ROW: Vaughn Ram sey, Leslie Allgier, Horst Gumnor Ernie Rickey, Cliff Estabrook Clyde Moore, Peter Schwierzke, and Dwight Pilz. ' cv - OFFICERS, left to right: George Miller, President Jane Chapman Vice President Linda Lawrence, Secretary, and Charlotte Newhall Treasurer LATIN CLUB Latin Club's purpose is to fur- ther the knowledge of Roman cul- ture and living habits. The big activity in the Latin Club was its annual Roman Banquet. At this banquet prospective new mem- bers were initiated and accepted. The club was sponsored by Mr. Smith. FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Dur- brow, Nancy Fisher, Charlotte New- hall, Grace Lusk, Merrilee Barlow, Ellen Standley, Barbara Fish, Sue Downing, Colleen Kennedy, Diane Darby, Don Rognlien, Mr. Ed Smith. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth lngerson, Marilyn Lundblad, Marian Jackson, Jo Harding, Toni Isoard, Laurel Bell, Jane Chapman, Linda Lawrence, Judy Monn, Ardis Basso, Karl Fowler. THIRD ROW: Chris Jones, Eddie Ursin, Eddie Heal- ton, Jim Bartholomew, Wayne Kehler, Doug Shearer, Donald Yost, Dick Druker, Gary Larson, Mike Lambert, and Joe Cangi. 7 ? ? OFFICERS, left to right: Mary Egan, Secretary, Sandra Zimmerman, Vice President Virginia Young, President, and Lorraine Zube, Treasurer. LOS H I LDA LGOS The members of the Los Hildalgos Honor Society practiced Spanish and tamiliarized Themselves with the social life, the customs, and the literature of Spaniards and Spanish-Americans. Their activities included trips to Spanish restaurants and shows where the movies were voiced in Spanish. The club functioned under the supervision of Miss Whitman. X lil kr ill Milo lip I Sf if FIRST ROW, left to right: Lorraine Zube, Virginia Young, Suzi Wilson, ""' Bonnie Gatos, Karen Young, Ann Cornelius, Jan Martin, Sandy Whaley. SECOND ROW: Margaret Netherby, Merle Jane Relles, Sandra Zimmerman, Bob McNairn, Mary Egan, Barbara Han- son, and Carlieta Biever. 4.4: OFFICERS, left to right: Joan Arbini, Vice President,.PriscilIa Curry Secretary Carole Draper, President, Barbara Ott, Treasurer, Julie Johnson, Sergeant at Arms MODELING CLUB Modeling club was organized for girls who have a desire to learn the modeling profession. Professional relations and stand- ards were furthered under the careful direc- tion of Mrs. Carr. Modeling in fashion shows was the main project of the club. FIRST ROW, left to right: Marsha Dunning, Colleen Kennedy, Connie Summer, Elayne Pisciotta, Gail Mc- Natt, Sharon Bone, Jeanne Wilder- man, Bev Peck, Deanna Neukam, Cynthia Thomas, Carol Johnson, Caro- lin Sparks, Mike McNamara, Jeannie Spargo. SECOND ROW: Kay Miller, Sherry Wigton, Carole Gibson, Joni Richards, Janis Yenokian, Carol Rey- nolds, Myrna Hoffner, Patt Beaumont, Barbara Sheldon, Susan Back, Susan Proctor, Pam Sparrow, Vicky Appling, Chris Martin, Pam Gray, Carol Dern, Lynn Merrick. THIRD ROW: Joyce Zimmerman, JoAnne Morgan, Linda Ledford, Lynnette Rhoades, Kathy Koepsell, Barbara Ott, Judy Greene, Barbara Baxter, Karen Kling, Nancy Norman, Judy Barkhursi, Lois DiDonato. Judy Slorro, Jacque Storro. FOURTH ROW: Sandy Carlstrom, Penny Joslyn, Cyd Tainter, Joanne Kramer, Carole Draper, Donna Hill, Joyce Allen, Ka'hy Beagle, Renee Johnson, Julie Johnson, and Sandra Griffith, t OFFICERS, left to right: Kaye Dockter, Secretary Treasurer Judy Butler President and Carolyn Drake, Vice President. MODERN DANCE CLUB Girls who are interested in modern dance develop an apprecia- tion and enjoyment of the dance through participation in Modern Dance Club. Their activities included entering a float in the Homecoming parade and having a booth in the carnival. Special instructors came from dif- ferent places to teach the club new techniques. Mrs. Rogers was the sponsor. FIRST ROW, left to right: Kaye Dock ter, Pat Reed, Joanne Potter, Karen White, Judy Butler, Joan DiDonato Pat Foley, Charlene Hansen, Darlene Gore. SECOND ROW: Gail Tomblan Mary Neil, Janis Yenovkian, Carol Reynolds, Lolita Zook, Merri Sherburn Linda Harwood, Janet Leopold, Jeannie McDonald, Suzi Wilson. THIRD ROW Joy Hatton, Shirley Ford, Judy Brown ing, Elaine Pisciotta, Judy Green, Karen Klotz, Carolyn Drake, Joni Jones, and Connie Pierce. OFFICERS, left to right: Joyce Bush, President, Marian Capachi, Treasurer, and Sherry McGowan, Historian. Absent: Eleanor May, Vice Presidentp and Freddye Ekiss, Secretary. SENIOR PEP CLUB Senior Pep Club is organized for the purpose of creating school spirit and maintaining good sportsman- ship at all the games. The members ushered at home games and helped keep order at the rallies. The men teachers at El Camino were presented with El Camino ties by the club. Mrs. Schmidt was the sponsor. MARLENE HUBBARD Pep Club Chairman 4 J ,......nu FIRST ROW, left to right: Sandra Cannon, Barbara Collins, Donna Owens, Bonnie Gatos, Peggy Meyers, Eleanor May, Barbara Hanson, Rose- marie Taylor, Sharon Reiter, Sally Fen- ner. SECOND ROW: Joyce Bush, Ann Cornelius, Marion Cross, Marlene Hub- bard, Sherry McGowan, Nedra Bailey, Cam Galiano, Jan Watson, Bobbie Hannah, Sheila Lachnitt, Toni lsoard. THIRD ROW: Donna Colbaugh, Jan Raymond, Jackie Silva, Carol Mauer, Cookie Fontes, Pat Simms, Shirley Karoly, Sue Rylee, and Roslynn Berol. .L 5 N OFFICERS, left to right: Ruth McCormick, President, Carleen Blaser, Vice President, Judy Browning, Secretary, and Gwyneth Hildreth, Treasurer. JUNIOR PEP CLUB The purpose of the Junior Pep Club is to fi publicize all games by making "beat deals" and creating spirit among the students. The activities included taking part in the card tricks and attending all games. The club was sponsored by Mrs. Smith. I Ns FIRST ROW, left to right: Joni Jones Jeanie Cox, Linda Kious, Linda Farrall, Connie Pierce, Bonnie Konvalin, Karen Brown, Nancy Horgan, Carol Enos. SECOND ROW: Kate Maiorana, Marty Jones, Farrell Hagerty, Helen Lane, Sherry Hopkins, Renee Johnson, Gwyneth Hildreth, Barbara Baxter, Jan Logan, Shirley Ford. THIRD ROW: Georgia Bruns, Ruth McCormick, Vicki Vertrees, Sandy Dean, Rosalie Manas, Mary Campbell, Jo Young, Karen Klotz, and Joy Hatton. 1 i 1, lf Q' 'YNUQI1 A it Q XJ X- V OFFICERS, left to right: Barbara Larsen, President, Betty Babcock Secretary Linda Presley, Vice President, and Sally Sheehan, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE PEP CLUB M. Sophomore Pep Club also is organized to create school spirit and promote ac- tivities for the benefit of the school. The club sold pom poms forthe games and sold programs at the home games. Charity projects were on the club's agenda too. The club functioned under the gui- dance ot Mr. Gordon. FIRST ROW, left to right: Sallie I Sheehan, Patti Schieck, Kris Ellis, Jo Anne Morgan, Sue Foreman, Carole Walton, Sue Halcos, Betty Babcock, Priscilla Curtiss, Mary Ahlquist, Shellie Hunt, Sandie Potter, Joy Powell, Linda Lawrence. SECOND ROW: Lynnette Rhoades, Linda Ledtord, Barbara Ott, Donna Hill, Charlene Gilliss, Pat Dwyer, Patt Beaumont, Gerri Hubbard, Carole Gibson, Joni Richards, Myrna Hoftner, Barbara Davis, Leah Darr. THIRD ROW: Judi Cook, Rosie Gibson, Janet BGISGY, .lan Darroch, Kathy Scott, Barbara San- ders Lynne Kurzenabe. Loris Courtney, Kathy Coats, Sharon Raynor, Sandy Carlstrovr, Jeanne Wilderrnan, Patti Baker and Sharon Lingentelter OFFICERS, left to right: Melanie Lourargand, Vice President, Judy Green, President, and Joan Dougery, Treasurer FRESHMAN PEP CLUB Freshman Pep Club promotes and sustains school spirit. The membership t is open to all freshmen interested in pro- moting school spirit. The members attended all the games, sold programs at the games, and dec- orated the goal posts for the home toot- ball games. The sponsor was Mr. Otter. FlRST ROW, left to right: Diana Mc' Bee, Barbara Johnson, Carole Ahlquist, Jeanne Gompertz, Julie Edwards, Melanie Louargand, Judy O'Connell. SECOND ROW: Lynn Merrick, Sally Johnson, Judy Green, Anne Davies, Judy Martin, Sue Portman, Sue Hunt, Judy Johnson. THIRD ROW: Linda Fortier, Suzanne Dunk, Dorothy Jack- son, Joan Dougery, Pat Kirby, Jackie Hanson, and Linda Nightingale. f ' V ,ti-,W ro X V if re J rw ns OFFICERS, left to right: Doris Blackburn, Secretary, Andrea Welch, Treasurer, Toni lsoard, Vice President, Priscilla Huffman, President. STANDING: Dick Murrill Sergeant-at-Arms. QUILL AND SCROLL The purpose of Quill and Scroll, an honor society, is to reward the individual iournal- ism student for meritorious work. Belong- ing to this international organization widens ones horizon and increases his journalistic perspective. The club sponsors programs of interest to students who hope to make iournalism a lite career . Mrs. Young was the sponsor. FIRST ROW, left to right: Judy Butler, Karen White, Kay Boyer, Priscilla Huff' man, Toni lsoard, Bonnie Gatos, Bev Holland, Cookie Fontes, Andrea Welch, Doris Blackburn, Donna Owens. SEC- OND ROW: Carol Cusick, Gerri Hakari, Marion Cross, Joyce Bush, Sandy Whaley, Suzi Wilson, Mimi Wilde, Jo- Anne Haack, Peggy Meyers. THIRD ROW: Keith Wester, Bill Washburn, lb Larsen, Tony Spangler, Gary Hansen, Dick Murrill, and Sponsor, Mrs. Young. . 'Svc 1-o A?+'T" :N."'z www-aa-. 31 6 'Y-vw s ., f x f1..,p4,! r , . wang 1ll F' Q Y"-. ,I-,vi f+ ,' . . ,M f m nl' I' I ' ' al-f np., T if --.f ' . v A 4 ff, I We Cl 'Il v. I A No ,SC ggggyli . B fi bf ' 7' . OFFICERS, left to right: Tom Stone, President, Luana Cox, Secretary, and Rae Anderson, Vice President. ARCHERY CLUB Archery Club is looking into the future and preparing for national tournaments. Someday the club hopes to start inter-school shooting matches. Hunting is also on the club's agenda. The Archery Club is on its way to a sure success under the guidance of Mr. Miller. ft if , I MEMBERS: Rae Anders Johnson, Ray Nixon, Di fin X, xx on, Luana Cox, Jon Deason, Keith Dyson, Edwin ck Stiehl, and Tom Stone. We W n JA we . 5 ITWM I XA. V V OFFICERS, left to right: Marlene Ott, President, Gayle MEMBERS: Patty Baker, Andy Boothe, Duane Cox, Luana Cox, Karen Columbia, Sharon Crocker, Evalynn Goodwald, Judy Greene, Carolyn Hewell, Vera Hitoon, .lim Killich, Carolyn Lungreen, Carol Mauer, Tara McCollen, Richard Moore, Marlene Ott, Elaine Pisciotta, Richard Prizmich, Carol Reynolds, Sandra Smart, Merri Sherburn, George Tatterson, Gayle Vine, Carolyn Ward, and .lanice Yenokian. Vine, Secretary, Carol White, Treasurer, Lynn Hewell, Parliamentarian. Standing: George Tatterson, Vice Pres- ident, and Andy Boothe, Historian. ART CLUB The purpose of Art Club is to better the understanding ot art. The club helps other school organizations with fashion shows and other art work around the school. Under the direction of Mr. Kaneko, the students acquaint themselves with art by going on field trips to art museums and studying nature in parks and mountains. fvt . -.fl MEMBERS: Patt Dickson, Carol Enos, Bill Fletcher, Linda Hastings, Lynda Heard, Carol Keema, Ron Kelly, Max Kindall, Karen Klotz, Barbara Marshall, Judi Richards, Sandie Soliday, and Elinor Somerville. SJ xy OFFICERS-seated, left to right: Sharon Piggott, Sec' ffm! OFFICERS, left to right: Carol Keema, Vice President Ron Kelly, Treasurer, Carol Enos, Recorder Historian Absent. Barbara Marshall, Secretary, and Victoria Biggs President. FRENCH CLUB l.es Francophlles work for the ability to speak French fluently. The manners and customs of the French people were studied with the help ot Mr. Garrison and Mrs. Ricard. The club had a booth in the carnival besides all ot the other activities. As they say in France, Bonne Chance! retary, George Sautner, President, Carolyn Strother, Vice President. Standing: Gustave Steinacher, Treas- urer, and Philip Lundstrorn, Publicity. F. T. A. The teaching profession is promoted through Mr, Ausman tor those interested in becoming teachers. The Future Teachers were provided with vocational experiences through the differ- ent proiects in which they have partaken. Television panels, tield trips, and a booth in the carnival kept the Future Teachers ot America busy for the school year. MEMBERS: Carol Ann Cusick Audrey Jerke, Phil'p Lundstrom, Sandy Meyers, Glenda Peterson, Sharon PlQ9OYY. Geo'ge Sautner, and Leora Schab. Susan 5Chrader, Gus Stienacher, and Carolyn Strothers, ,Zi 4-.: OFFlCERS, left to right: Cliff Estabrook, President, Karen White, Vice President, Victor Dahman, Treasurer, Gene State Treasurer Pendergast, Secretary. Margaret Netherby, W. JUNIOR STATESMAN Junior Statesman provides its members with the opportunity to practice the functions ot our demo- cratic form ot government. i MEMBERS: Victor Dahman, Cliff Estabrook, Ronnie Hart, Lynn Merrick, Margaret Netherby, Gene Pendergast, Karen White, and The club's motto, "Make Democ- racy Work," was certainly carried out through conventions, debates, Carol Wadell. movies, and guest speakers. The sponsor was Mr. Ley. MEMBERS: Barbara Babbin, Ellen Gosselink, Sharlene Holm, Ardell Jones, Leah Snyder, and Carolyn Strother, ,J Q 5 OFFICERS, left to right: Sharlene Holm, Treasurer Barbara Babbin, President, and Ardell Jones, Secretary MUSIC CLUB The purpose ot the Music Club is to further musical interest among students. The club performed tor various activities such as fashion shows and Kiwanis Club meetings. The sponsor was Mr. Anthony. fc qi Z' MEMBERS: Richard Andrews, Edward Bender, John Burch, Mike Evans, Mike Lambert, Carol Liden, Dianne Melbourne, Patrick Morrow, Kenneth Osborne, Lucretia Pardee, Joyce Petersen, Stephen Peterson, Sharon Ripley, and Henry Slading. vi my Egifts 1: .selfi- OFFICERS, left to right: Keith Wester, President, Victor F - Dahman, Secretary, and Troy Smith, Treasurer. RADIO CLUB Radio Club promotes a general interest in electronics among the students for vocational or hobby purposes. On the agenda for activities were field trips, transmitter hunts, contests with other radio stations, fund-raising activities, and social activities. The club was sponsored by Mr. Walker. ,, 'io l id L T 2 A , '- t' '1' r' AY- J, x r. -J Y ,A , A ' 'mJ,",.. . 4-Y J T ""'1' i .far if . ' OFFICERS, left to right: Kenneth Osborn, Vice President Dianne Melbourne, Secretary, Pat Morrow, President and Joyce Petersen, Treasurer. MATH CLUB Math Club was organized for the purpose of showing the relationship of mathematics to some of the various vocations, and also help to create more interest and understanding of mathe- matics in general. The purpose was accomplished by the use of movies, solving puzzles, and by having projects, field trips, and guest speakers from related fields. The club was sponsored by Mr. Pardee and Mr. Saylar. 1 .jfg-4 1 1 1 'I ' , Y AJ J l V l 4 ' M il J' I' B -L MEMBERS1 Ron Andrew, John Ashton, Larry Bacon, George Benner, Victor Dahman, Eddie Dickenson, John Fitzgerald, Mike Galvin, Bill Gentry, Bob Gentry, .lim Herndon, Chuck Klug, Rich Lions, Ron McDaniel, Everett Moody, Alex Reidell, David Rickey, Troy Smith, Merwin Stapp, Doug Thomas, Wayne Vroman, and Keith Wester. ? Iv xr vff x Q OFFICERS, left to right: Stephen Peterson, President- Sharon Ripley, Secretary, Carol Liden, Treasurer, and Robert Heidlebdugh, Vice President. SCIENTEENERS The purpose of the Scienteeners is to promote interest in science among El Camino's students. Field trips and building proiects that would help in the different sci- ence courses offered at El Camino were included in the activities of the MEMBERS: Chuck Calebaugh, Bob Heidlebaugh, Carol Liden, Club, Tara McCollam, Rona Meinzer, Joyce Petersen, Stephen Peter- son, Sharon Ripley, Ricky Schultz, Loralee Tucker, and Pete The club was sponsored by Mr. Wwe, Clover and Mr. Meyer. FE, tml v ' 'Q' X 41? N Q ,au-i, , elif? . MEMBERS: Chris Beat Diana Be t y, aumon, Larry Drews, Barbara Garner, Robin Hattfield, Barbara Hoegstedt, Marion Jackson, James Kristine, Julie Lewis, Marilyn Lundblad, Barclay Martin, Sondra Price, Tom Ribordy, Karen S h ' - 1 . . - c neider, Kathie White, and Jim Wilkinson. W . 5-1 OFFICERS, left to right: Barbara Hoegstectt, Treasurer Chris Beaty, Vice President, Robin Hatfield, President Tom Ribordy, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Dathie White, Sec retary. THEM The purpose of "Them" is to further interest in space and sci- ence fiction. The club, under the sponsor- ship of Mrs. Davidson, wrote stories about science fiction and fantasy. I 1 fat , ' x. 9.4-I A- 2g -Mi? 'f"f - "' A - 1' -i. L . 3 5- - , , ,"' A 1:9 51:-L':.45-, A " ' , ' '- ' -4 " bw-1 '- X- - ., . 4' -ef - . . , J- , 1 - N" ,: : Q?"-1 '-'Ffh , , I E l. 1.1, V f '."'.'f822'f4?,.5ff,ff ,li .wh ' l -f '.i:4f"Q'1' , fig, - Y x -all fi .w-"-'-V ' Q 1 ' R2 -- ' X . , 1""'L '94--.2:.Q 'N-:J'?' .' '-- 4' -' , R f. - ' .1- "1 - . . 'A' ,. R R I- , M -odl""""' ' ' ' "G-o 'VN 0 ' .sa "'.1-,g,""' 11- .,.', ,. .-v f ,,, T - ' ,Q D .Y... ,Q . '.,f . Q ,x- r 'HL' ' ' I . bd..-' . 'ff l'2,g'3'u-5' TN, Q E . , ,""'-S ' ' , 5 , N I ff - .u '-VV- 'ln ., 1' - "1,',", .' ,J 'Q , . ,- . A w X, A .. 1 1 'ff' 1, ,- Avi, gin, QL .':h. A- --, ,yn . , ,sd is K if ,. 3 Q . 'fig' ax' Wsv',' A .' " wi" ix' 4 Q 3 4 ,. -w x Q- - 1 ff' ,,.R A. , N ' C- A 4 ' L'-.f -':' ff., "'- M' fa . I. ' . . --4 f- , - HUA. '- -' . .12 A Vonely roadffar from home. THE FIRST YEAR - A ROUGH ROA 4 1 CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT Jlm Klmmel President Ann Davles Vlce Presldent Prlscllla Pxtzer sec retary Carol Gore treasurer Fabulous' The greatest' Yes Its the graduating class of T960 on The move Already the freshmen have participated In many BCTIVITISS The fnrst bug event of the year was the Homecommg Parade a huge success Next came the P T A dnve an which they scored near the top The Frosh Pep Club decorated the goal posts during the football season to make the field more attractive for our eager teams At last came the freshman dance the decoratlons theme and band made the whole affair a success Thus us lust the begnnnmg of a three year climb to success for the class of 1960 The class has hugh alms and wuth guldance and coopera tlon intends to make fame and fortune FOR FRESHMEN Section Editor JAN LOGAN . ..,.gf . -Qw.wx7QL. aj N, f -f ' .uh-' gffig ,. . ,NN Q as , , 'L . . -3 'I' o. 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XX Clyde Carlson John Carlson 52 " Dawnia Carlton , Betty Carpenter ' ' f Bill Carr De Ann Carr , M, 1 I 4 Bob Castro Jared Carter 11' Todd Carter " Bill Case r v 1 Mary Chambers ' Bob Chapman A 1 Jeffrey Childress - i Dorothy Chiodo , '-Q . Ji, Stanley Christensen , ' 2 3 1 Brian Christiansen ' Clifford Clark ' Paula Clark L' l sy ' g ' Q W I r 'Q sr ' if X" "lt lust has to fit!" N79 -.Lori ,-Q HR' ,514 no -L kr ,5 W fn- 4: """ .als , 0 N., 3 Q7-r .4 ' 11 -ev 5 '17 C A E if' X ' -of x'7?7 V' l Y 1 ! nf A i . N' " f -F ? ' W ff - .v' r 'I , 'if v .A A S , V A V 'rf gd . 1 VV Q .f -f i ..-2 5 4 1. 6' - 1 Q if " ,wh Q - A w,i'a- .-,ZX ' X xiii:-5' V- . ,'i A, 22:3-,Lf it Y J'-: X -X Jr, Sandra Clem 9 A 0 'Cf , Ray Cleveland ,, V' Brian Colombia T' LH A Rita Comarsh 3 5 Sandra Cook - ' Martha Cooper X ' I k Patricia Cooper 5 -. 13 Sona Cooper f-. 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Davis Sharon Davis Carol Dean Johanna Deats Betty DeGabriele David Delong Jeanne Denny Carol Dearn Linda Derrick Ronald Devalle Nancy Deville Lois DiDonato Albert Dimmitt Tommie Dobbs Dianna Donaldson Joan Dougery Donald Dougherty Susan Downing Dick Draper Diane Drischler Marc Dully Roxanne Dunaway Douglas Duncan John Duncan Dennis Dunckhorst Suzanne Dunk Marsha Dunning Ann Dupain Nancy Durbrow John Edwards Julie Edwards Raymond Ellinger Donald Ellison Robert Ellison Robert Ellis Jerry Erb Jo Ann Epenshade Jeannette Evans Gene Eversole Sandra Fairchild Terri Farney Sue Feirl Sandra Fenner Paul Ferrari Terence Fields Barbara Fish Nancy A. Fisher Nancy L. Fisher Ed Flanders Jerry Foiena Linda Fortier Day d Foss Barbara Foster Audrey Frayelle Crystal Friedrichs Susorru Fuiiwara Roberta Foiler Richard Galindo James Galvin Robert Garnrnon Stanley Garcia Carman Gaolt Robert Gentry Mariorie Gertz Edward Gillum James Godwin Jeanne Gompertz Lindsey Goodall Sunny Goodier Evalyn Goodwald Joe Gorden Carol Gore Hal Granquist Pamela Gray Guy Green Judy Green Kenny Green Mary Grissom Linda Gudmundson Esther Gustafson Harriet Haag William Hack John Hagerty Michael Hamilton Charlotte Hansen Jaquelin Hanson Laurae Hardenburg Mary Harding Jack Harlon Michael Harms Vicki Harrell Gene Harris Charles Harrod Warren Hart Dennis Harvey Gloria Hartwig Sandra Hatfield Paula Hayhurst Starlene Hay Eddie Healton Robert Helms Sue Hemminger James Herndon Jon Hill Michele Hillyer Virginia Hirsinger '15 cra- 7' lc.. -4- 4+-n .Q lagh Ea 1 ., flfa., 1 if rim 41 ws "3 ff 'ft A Ss' 4. I f J' mA J 1 5' Lg ,fi ,, 1 iii Q ar' 25' JY, l a re? qw ,f' 'LA iw. 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George Lampman Evelyn Lane Marilyn Lane Gary Larson Bill Lawlor Kathy Lawrence Nancy Lawrence Rodney Lawson Thomas LeClaire Gary Leopold Charles Leslie Robyn Levis Bonnie Levvendon Betty Liberty Richard Lind Paul Linville Joan Livezey Beverly Lockwood Y 9 Lloyd Long Patricia Kirby Judy Klassen Barbara Kleiman Karen Kling Raymond Klug James Koetitz Merle Krieger James Kroske Karen Laeber Mike Lambert pl ' an as ' . . p,-3 1,,,. .. 'W in le 5 'vu ,. 'L I, "' 1 ,J -.v , f-Q J K L5 ' pu. f , 4 4 . .A " ' W "" - a r I l ,Q ' x ,Z Q X 1 iii-Z5 l 0541 ,Q 'fn -I ' -0' Gar Lon .- Harold Long 1' ' ' ' ' 5, . i ouarga d E, Stephen Luce Grace Lusk MelanieL n ' 0 ' , " K nl X x 1 Ronald Luttrall Gary Lynch Diana McBee Sharon McCall Nancy McCoy Ronald McDaniel A 23 A I 1 3 A F5 I, re , f- rr. 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"vamp "" I -22342 . , . apr, . ,JS 1 1 1 I j,, V Amnbhng dong wmmnherbndge THE SECOND YEAR crossed, ADDED SOPHISTICATIO 1"" CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT Bull McM1llon vnce presudent Barbara Saunclers treasurer Carole Walton secretary and Jlm Larlck preslclent The Sophomore Class has had many successful and exciting events thus year The genulne Interest and splrlt ot some 450 hardworkung sophomores became quite evudent when they showed enthusnasm nn winning the Parents Club Contest and tnelng tor thnrd place In the Home coming parade On they went to have a profitable booth at the carnuval which when combined with the collection of class dues enabled them to enloy an outstandnng class pncnlc All thus could not have been pos sable without the terrltuc co operatlon and understanding of all sponsors and all class members Make room forthe class of 59' FOR SOPHOMORES Sect1onEd1tor JEANIE COX , . 6 . V l t T 1- a., T nf X 1. 1, gl' 5 1 lf 1 , ' ,J ' C lux Ns nay Jim Aalgaard Eoifh Abbott Russ Athi" May' f-of if 3 5f J i Jo,cQ +3 if .Joe Alonzo Q Q ,aims Mary fifoerson Sal , I-fice'son Ron Awdeason D6'lE'W6 Afcreorf RICH Ar1C'e.Ng Port Andreas Marilyn Ansted Pete Asplegate Pele Arbmi Robert Ashmus Sabra Atherton Carol Ault Betty Babcock Gloria Baclmstrom Sheila Baer Bill Baker Delmar Baker Patty Baker Gordon Barkley Jim Bartholomew Brenda Bayne Bill Beacltman Kathy Beagle Patt Beaumont Thomas Beckman Doug Behl Laurel Bell Janet Belsey "-'re're LPPER lone classrtaen now' , ,Av :af wr -4 . 14? 10' f"' 19 A .3 I :. A is .6 I ,"," ' , C" ry . 1 ' . '7 D 4 1, 'IQ '4 .11 ' ' A -s I A F' ,ii 1 4' 33 ,L ' ig, . '-7 , J 1- ' Q. 34 ' ' . f SA! ,i-0" ,wi any ia-.rg -of 1-I 1 ' 'J 'r 'Y 'rf f 4 ' "' V W. 4541 I A x ' , , J ff.. A , . ,Q , .J 5, ag "?P' iff K ' B ' ' fi 5 -if l ifpfuf ii ig A ' Yi r 'O' "4 2 H fi . H . i .,-al, i x F 1 ' il' po-A They call it G.S.R. Edward Bender John Bennet Jon Bernardo Bob Bertagna Ken Biggs Barbara Binns John Bird Elaine Blanchard Jim Blankenship Lauren Bock Karen Bar-nickson Darlene Bcsnell Steve Boyers Albert Boykin Bill Brown Mike Brown Bob Bucher Barbara Budack David Burden Jim Burford Linda Burke Barry Burkhart Bill Butler Steven Butterfield Irene Byrne Jennie Calahan Mike Callnon Frank Carder Joan Carlson Sandra Carlstrorn Art Carter Bob Carter Joyce Carter Judy Cassidy Kay Castleberry Norman Cattell Mel Caurr l"s Ce.egna'o Be'neai Cedergren Jane Cnaprr-an Lynda Cnenonetlm Gary Cnrlstersen B,ll Clark Stoner C ark Jifn Clay Kathy Cgarg Steve Coats Chris Codorniz Terri Coletti Ken Comstock Kathie Conant Dennis Conners Judie Cook Janet Coplen Pat Corbett PatJol'1n Corbett Elodie Corcoran Loris Courtney Juanette Cradduck Mary Louise Craig Jay Crain Larry Crews Georgianna Crump Priscilla Curfiss Margo Dann Leah Darr Janith Darroch Barbara Davis Henry Davis Donald DeLong Shall we make il a Sophomore privilege?" 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A' 'I ,Q f " - -u 'K A Q: H , -if ' 7' E i Q, :T l. fr ' Q -.1 , E Lyn Dethlefson Bruce Dolder Carl Dolder Carole Draper Jack Driggs Dick DuFrene Mike Dully Jim Duncan Par Dwyer Tom Eakes Judy Edwards Rodian Eglevsky Claude Eisner Richard Elder Kris Ellis Beverly Evans Michael Evans Kevin Fegley Dick Fenner Frank Ferris John Fiizgerald Roberta Folk Dick Foreman Sue Foreman Gary Forfier Mark Fowler Rodney French Mike Galvin Gail Garrerf Fred Geandror Dallas Gerhard? Barbara Gibbons Barbara Gibson Carole Gibson Dave Gillette "Oh! l'll never make it to class!" Charlene Gilliss Henry Glading Caro Gledrm, Richard Gonzales Jerry Gcodrrwan Joyce Goodman Roberr Gcvdon Ellen Gosselrnk Gene Gran? Bill Graves Chris Gray Rich Gray Susan Haleos Michael Hansen Jo Hardlng Bob Harger Steve Harley Pete Harms Joseph Harris Vera Harvey Georgia Hawn Erline Hazzard George Heffelfinger Jean Helsel Gene Hendrlx Francis Henler Carolyn Herbster Diane Herzog Claude Hess Joyce Hiefbrink Donna Hill Charles Hills Barbara Hoegstedt Myrna Hoffner Phil Holland '13 '47 A 3- ,1- -1 I lf! ,yr 2 Q 5 , .- C- vd ,en vo pdf, -af I Q .5 5' Z g jf :rr ,Q 3 -0 "Bell? What bell?" Y-Q 'GT -P sv' ,X if-0 J 7' V4 l 6 2 R 7' 55:2 -r 'FY Ar 'A .X 'Z rt 7 ---v r '3' Q 0' q- 74 --, fn as I ir I ,ff vhs 'T ,-0 . Yr. ,- 9? Ju. 37' .fa 'T X f I ,Q 1 O ,..,y A -Q 4:3 ,Qin '7 I ,-Q l V., lx il 1 lr r rg. Jr .15 ni , , K rf-., ,', I ge.. -J '37 -an-. v-Jr. U 'lf' +1 Shirley Houghton Gary Howe 1-6 Elva Howell we Gerri Hubbard Barbara Huffman Karen Hullin lan: Bette Hunt ,Q Shelly Hunt l Steve Hum , N 3 7 3 1' W. 6 "5 Winnonah Hum :L 5 ' 11309 Elizabeth lngerson ' ' 3 . Marian Jackson 1" J " fr-I' I Larry Jenovino k 4 fp 17 Jim Jensen 3 3 5 i George Jeffries ., I J N I' ' ' v fl Audrey Jerlce ' " fi? ' X D J h X I x ave o nson I . , Edwin Johnson ,Q 2 if A 7, 2 James Johnson . 3 hd U. A I 1 ' f Saundra Jones "' Q Jr Cb ' ft V ' t7 John Jorgenson " , ' Penny Joslyn Q 1 .B A -J 'il rl vfpzx Saundra Judd - Phillip Kaiser 'V 'R . .3 2' he " Kay Kearney ,, I' 'Y' 4 Q A Wayne Kehler 'S "' ' al fl' ...f 'ID fs .gx Y, , 'ix ' i , were fy N y v I Ad ,pi sky -J J A lx- I l 'f-sf .'3 5- f" , .4 Q ' -3- 'Q , 2' Jim Knoble Jim Kell Phyllis Keller Ron Kelly Jim Killick Jim King James Kirsiein Kenny Knechf Bill Knoble A N4 Only two more years. it, J ,s f ,,.1.-I-f" l I X Joanne Kfan-er Lynne Kuzewalze J.4l, Lvl: Bob Lanfnff n Yon- Lan-:cfm F2a,'n3ncfLefn1 rw, L-va J -1 . , J ni Levci Bwcara Lws-an llnc1aLa.'.'ence Llfoa lC'::':'d Jac' Lew' "g Dann 5 Liz' B, l Los K5-" .Q-T15-f .'y':a,"w L 5:61- S'-am-a , "Q-Q"'c 'er Enn Lnlrier Deanna Llnyme Rich Llons Ndrliy l.cLa'gend John Lulcenbcll Mdnlyn Luncblad Carolyn Lundgren Jim Lultrall Reber? Lmz Carol Lynch Judy Lyons Eileen MacDonald John Madeere Judy Malone Barclay Mamn Jay Mason Stanley Matthews Reber? Mayne 7-4, m. 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U l . -Hi 'ir' :WY if f"Ls-, '45-, Tara Lee McColIam Rich McGuire Rodger McGuire Jackie McManas Bill McMillon Carol Meder Jacque Meinzer Dianne Melbourne Barbara Merenda Gary Meredith Wayne Miller James Monday Janice Moore Patty Moore Harold Morgan .lo Ann Morgan Pat Morton George Moschke Gary Nash Richard Nelson Tamara Nelson Charlotte Newhall Sita Nichols Dale Nordlund Dan Norman Larry Northrop Sally Norton Marilyn Nungerser Steve Nuttall Marc O'Brien Harry O'DeII Kenneth Osborn Barbara Ott Mike Owen Roberta Packer "Let's kill some time." James Pahlman Judith Palm Sherri Palmer Fred Palrnquisi Reggie Parr Kirk Parry Bob Pellonini Mike Perry Rodney Pete Chris Peterson Frank Peterson Joyce Pererson Rich Peterson Sheila Pfarinsiiel Larry Phipps Marie Piche Bianca Pino Bob Porter Mike Porter' Sandra Porter Joy Rowell Linda Presley Jim Preston Sondra Price Jim Quick Lionel Rapozo Dorothy Raupp Sharon Raynor Ruby Remrnick Larry Reynolds Lynnetre Rhoades Tom Ribordy Joni Richards Cynthia Richie Mike Riley , 1? -av .1 f 05' 5 ll' J lg 'X 'Qc '3 , ffl' , f 2- 1-v I - .4 -nf 'TTY A "You know how slow my dad is." gc. '.r 6' 1-'-Lf 3 y . L ,1 Pm' rn. f L, I P '. I ' cv ,S l i Nxf .fun l ,Q -it Yr-13: 4 ' ' 1 'v 1 D '- f . 42' J fn, ' 1? W, J 4-'17 V5 FEA' A J J 'v4u -ag, X- fq! 1 ' Am 1G "7 sl. . Q RK I wr--D 41 lv: 5 0 ' " is '-1 , ,dc 1 . 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I 9 1 ,1 14 F3 fx vu- 3 ,..q J , v f C5 5 A -- .v W ry A ,Q D3 ,u f? g s . ,ov f1 n QV, Ron Rist Barbara Roach David Robertson Nancy Rogers Birdyce Rose Cynthia Rosell Ronald Ruggles Craig Russi Pam Schiek Karen Schneider Ralph Schmidt Mike Schoen Bob Schoenhoff Dianne Schroeder Requa Schultz Clifford Schulz Peter SChwierzke Kathy Scott Jim Seibt Doug Shearer Steve Shearer Sally Sheehan Janet Shelly Judith Shelly Roberta Simmons Merrill Simpson Frank Slawson Frank Smith Judy Smith Larry Smith Mike Smith Bill Sobkowsky Julie Sorenson Beverly South Peggy Spangle Norman Spaulding Bill Spence Jim Stavahn Gustave Steinache Garry Stentzel Dudley Stone Andrew Stradan Arlen Sundseth Judy Swannor Cydney Tainter Arther Traske Eleanor Trowe Delia Tschopp Donald Tucker Raymond Tucker Ellen Twaddell Morgan Vail Emily Van Dyke Nancy Van Hoose Dennis Vanslavens Roy Ventura Carole Walton John Waraas Gary Warner Peter Wasser Bill Weigh Sheila Wells Ana Lee White Kathie White Jon Whitney Jeanne Wilderman Russ Wiley Barry Williams Ronda Wirtamen Willard Wixom John Yates Berry Yocum Donald Yost Keith Younger Mike Zahourek Joe Zimmerman Joyce Zimmerman 38- ,. P -aa -I ff' 5 ff 'Su 1 N -3 i tv swf I 1 A an 'W A pw 4 'r -5 -A O1 '31 .anti Qifaik' Hefe's an example of sow'- M . e Sophomore participation. Hey what s so mterestin X . l g feiiowsf X I X U M ?' ng! xxxx I N h.Na.., IJ, ,gg 'Q-Q, "-an Y k....fs'aaw4n 1 if-g al xl lgb ff CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT George Fuglesang preslc.lenT Renee Falla: treasurer Norman Green vice preslclenT InseT Martha Reese Tall secreTary SplrlT emhusnasm Tun and lun plaln old hard work were The Thmgs ThaT made The pasT year a rousing success Tor The class of 58 Our Terrahc Homecomung TloaT The successful carnuval booTh and The Junior assembly were Topped only by a dreamy Junror Prom VVuTh such a year vvhaT else can you expecT buT a Terr1Tuc Sensor year FOR JUNIORS Secflon EcllTor KAREN KLOTZ T ,V,, f . i Y I 1 V fr W, W y ,, T safe A ' K Q 'F l ' Q Y 5. , N Y , 'T' lv- .W ,, W M ,,.,, , f Q W ,yfy,, My j T , V . X14 ,J 0, L s . . I . I , . . . 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Roy Abbanat John Abrahamson Barbara Adams Jack Alberson Ronald Allard Ken Allen Barbara Allum Betty Amioka Dick Anderson Rae Anderson Ed Ansted Priscilla Armstrong Wayne Ashby Dave Ashcraft Virginia Ashley Mel Atteberry Karen Ausnes Barbara Babbin Larry Bacon Sue Back Bob C, Baker Bob K. Baker Raema Baggarly Joel Baginslci Molli Baldwin Diana Bandy Doug Barth Dianne Barton Claudia Bassett Clara Baughmen Barbara Baxter Alice Bayer Diana Beaumont Marsha Bender Alan Berry Robert Bianchi Bill Bishop Bing Blake Jeff Blanchfield Carleen Blaser Brenda Boeh Max Boiko Steve Bollinger Ruth Bonnickson Pat Bowlan Donna Bradish Andy Braio Ron Bright Gary Broughton Karen Brown Norman Brown Judy Browning Lillian Brundage Georgia Bruns John Brunton Alan Bullied Jan Bullock Diana Butler Charles Calebaugh FA fsliton Christie Campbell Mary Campbell Eugene Canales Lee Carlson Claire Carmichael Lonnie Carr Trudy Cartere Jack Carver Carol Chamberlain Carol Chastain Gaylene Christensen Guy Clark Torn Clark Ray Clausse Karen Columbia Gary Compton Roberta Conway Dennis Cook Frank Corbett Bob Cornell Barbara Corum Linda Cowen Karen Cowper Jeanie Cox Luana Cox Jerome Cracchiolo Barry Crockett Cathy Crocker Larry Crowe Sheron Cullen Cy Culver Bill Cunningham Russell Cupp Priscilla Curry Michele Czesla Linda Dahlquist Claudia Dale Sharon Damon Sandi Dann Sandy Davidson Bridget Davis Judy Davis Sandy Dean Jon Deason Nancy De-Massey Pat Dennis Bill Denny Ted Densmore Carolyn Devine Marilyn Devine Richard Devvein Clif Dickerson John Dickerson Eddie Dickinson Pat Dickson Judy Dittrich Dick Dobbins Ronald Dobbins Kaye Dockter Jeff Dolbear MAX, 3 .kh- -- ,LA ,f Q 1' I? 45 1 'ff t A X .. 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" -f I , Y' ,, 4' it l 4 7 lfl G 'Q 3 52" V ,. " 'T A q w. ,R 2 5 5 v A - , -Si' O , jg, Q 3 r t ' Q' f G 1 ls . ' Q - vu fo kin S -4,! .4 Q ! fe, Q as do 7 f L 'V 'Q f 4' X .f i f Tl f 1 A is A 7-In VI' 'ig If ,, - fl fav an 1- , if A ff- it n -s V 'if' f Q., e ' V' ' A + A ' " ' 23 law - len 1 " G , 'A A L Bob Green I V Judy Green an ying ,- 3 5 3 ?'-Ni ak ii? Larry Green -0- ' , ,, -1- fgc Norman Green 'V5 .r , , I , f "' ' f' G f Lg Donna Grimm if 5' . 4 "' . . .. . V 1,536 A 2' , 1 I Eergee suarlenti 0 ' A an R A lg in a unc e Sharon Gundlach i 'vfv' 7 'xg 4 P4 Carol Gurley Q " Ruby Gustafson A3 , 7 Farrell Hagarty ' Chuck Hagopian ,A vf M ri V ' K Dan Hall , 'Af Cliff Hamilton f JI ' 'O X ' K' K 1.1 . ' ' ry Alex Hannibal 'acl 'F' Bruce Harmon Paige Harper Earl Harris Sandra Harvey Lynda Harwood Linda Hashngg Jerry Harlon Joy Hatton Lynda Heard Roben Heidlebaugh Scott Hellinge Andy Helms Lee Heinminger Terry Henry Mary Herald John Herren Lynne Hewell Gweneth Hildreih Gary Hill Milne Hill Dave Hinds Theola Hinshaw Martha Hitfe Georgia Hoffman Brian Hogan David Hogge Robena Holbrook Sharlene Holm Dan Hood Paula Hoogendoorn Sherry Hopkins Nancy Horgan Darlene Houser Allen Houseworth Doranna Huartson Par Huckaby Tina Huclcaby Margo Hunsicker Judi Hunt Larry Hunt Gaylord Hutch Jill Jacobson Bob James Gary Jansrna Dave Jenkins Don Jeroe Jerry Johnson Julie JOhnSOn Keitha Johnson Mike Johnson Paul Johnson Renee Johnson Learne Johnston Carter Jones Faye Jones Joni Jones Lois Jones Manha Jones Joseph Juge Mark Kalenius Q--r 1 I 6 ' R. 0 . -P g r . f J f 75 DQ 3 ft ffimt 'Sf lim -Q L 'Q' 47 .. ' ,Q rx Q-n -.wr 3' A KN 4 'DJ ox 4, 7" r -:rf 3' is R' W' J C29 9' 4' 5 Q" JI '1 . 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Ricnard Lesszlmeur Marlene Lewis Patti Lewis Carol Liden Gail Lindmeier Dave Linville George Livingston Jan Logan Bob Lougy Ralpha Lovelace Linda Lucas Tom Lucas Russ Ludeke Ron Lukenbill Phil Lundstrom Doug Ma:Bride Jeanie Macdonald Mary MacKinnon Sandy Macliintoslw Pat Mahoney Cathy Maiorana Rosalie Manas Danny Manley Joe Manley Esther Mann Carolyn Mansell Patt Maples Dennis Marino Jack e Marliaye Sandra 'Aarcwiss Barbara '-iarsnail Pat 'Vlarttn Linda Marvin Gary Matranga Gary' Matteson Fred Mayberry i Rita Leineke Betty Lernmons Gib Lentz Ph 'V' 'Z f ix " v L' 99 'N' ei 17 x ,. -f xi 1 if 1 1. f ,L O fl li Y' aff f..-. ,-on 9.1 ...-, ri, rf' Jacque Lea Roy Lee Jaw-es Leech John Leech 1 Al Leeman Nancy Leiglwter Z 'V I as ' is hi if fi 'Q' -fy -s :is ,- -an ' ev I af 5 Q r 1 if L f I s rg I I ng fa Q- s. I "' at f' vi -1-"9 44 Av WOW gf 1 ,4- -9-I r"'4 Vi YN-'-9 ,ww 'C7 QQ' 49 X f :O 4' TN? o-9' fo " 6 16 vj -1 Q24 -or wi ls 151 .3 4 f "? 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Bob Smith Carol Smith Frank Smith Kitty Smith Margaret Smith Mike Smith Sam Smith Sandra Snyder Sandra Soliday John Solusky Elinor Sommerville David Sorensen Lyle Speegle Oran Spotts Jerry Sprague Craig Stalker Raymond Stantill Sharon Steenburgen Arr Stephan Bob Stevenson Don Stewart Henry Stinnett Steve Stoltz Joanne Stonsifer Steve Storm Jody Storro Wallace Strader Naomi Strate Don Straw Wayne Stroth .jx X 5+ I I swear l had a flat trrel John Tnhermgton Gaul Tornblnn Loretta Towner Jud: Trowe Lunda Trussel Loralee Tucker Charlotte Tyrell Delores Ullery Dale Vagle Davrd Vagle Gall Vagle Peggy Van Der Vogan Vrckle Vertrees Richard Vlale Carol Waddell Bob Wagner Donald Waggoner Marsha Walde Lee Wallace Lonna Wallace Marlin Walllng Boyd Walter Carolyn Ward Pat Ward Shela Ward Bob Welch Preston West John Wetzel Marnlyn Warton Curt Whrtaker Lowell Thomas Sherla Thomas Arthur Thompson .hm Thompson Juanxta Thompson Loretta Talmadge Sally Tawse Ralph Taylor Cynthra Thomas AA -41" I Joan Swanzy Barbara Swartz Terry Tabor 'dx Lynne Stuart George Surmeier Carolyn Strother 1 fi 1 f? fa Na ad 3 11, l 1 S Ti -1 1 '17 42 3 ,.,4 srl Q7 Sneiia Wnife Marlene N' 'ema Rlfe '.Nnnesoea'e Caro! Jw fefnef Cam Wrtknam Cari Wi :ex Ray Wir ey Leoa Jw affs Daria Wiiscn Joyce W rx ewan Dave WPT Doug 'Nr Q" Janice Yenovken Dennis Yecrnans Jo Lynn Young Virginia Young Lolita Zook Lorraine Zobe no C? P, fs- n A . -6 -4 - i 3 ff: 'O 13 ,, Q f, -s-' , 'H fl -0- '--2 '7 .fi fl , i A - is 4 3 . rv 3 A fu i ,L gt 3 ix' n 1- I fi ,, , ' 'H -0 ' P- O- :L TW? -11 3 V - . ,V Q V FIRST ROW: June Riichie, Christine Perdis. SECOND ROW: Max Kindall, Rich Hiil, Ray Wiliey. i ,,. mf i ci' 1 "Tax . f Work, work, work went into the preparation for the Junior float. x 03?-'X J, f . S' X ' X :af X U- -xx, rl ,Ar The Parade A 5 f '1 0 3 24,19 The beginning of ihe greatesi Jun- ior Prom. f nf 7 jf C Q . Q ' I . ' . . 4 P ' -I ' . A f , gl-r gan ., Hi.: 4.1 J' 4 H+ "a'Tg" """""" rf ' ml, ,W ' . -.mga f - , r . 1 ' ,Q ,g.,g.p' ' s uhuwii i if F 0 "'A gy: 4 ' , . 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June T4 T957 brungs Graduafuon The culmunaTuon of four hugh school years Fulled wuTh muxed emoTuons well proudly walk across The sTage To claum our duplomas Lookung back The Senuor Year sTands ouT above all oThers IT began aT Homecomung wuTh a TloaT We re Goung Places whuch won fursT place One day The lowerclassmen looked up from Theur desks To fund senuors Teachung uT was Senuor Teach Day March was Tull of drama as The Senuor Class presenTed Tume ouT Tor Gunger A week laTer a wonderful evenung of fun and excuTemenT was enuoyed duspens ung cokes and haTs un FronTuer Land aT The Carnuval The mosT ouT sTandung memory of The year was The Senuor Ball Tull of beauTy romance and Tun un a world of TanTasy Then came The Levu and pedal pusher escape a day of Tun and play aT The Senuor Pucnuc Funally hearTs quuckened To The beauTuTul BaccalaureaTe Servuce The pasT Tour successful years couldn T have come abouT wuThouT lead ershup a co operatuve class and wullung and TauThTul sponsors To El Camuno Hugh E er True and sTeadfasT we shall be We pledge our lasTung loyalty' I I I . . . . , ' I , . . . ,, 1 . ,, . . I I ' ' ' II ' ll ' II ' ' II ' ' II ' II ' I I I ' 1 , . 1 ' I ' - - ll 1 - 1 I I N., Y- r . Zia- ig, ig. ami WAYNE E. ALBURN Junior Class Pres, Varsity Basketball JOAN L. ARBINI Modeling Club Student of Week WILLIAM D. BARROWMAN Senior Activities WILLIAM BASSETT Honor Roll Math Club ill -,xv BEVERLY G, APPLING General Activities JAMES E. ARGANTE Varsity Yell Leader Rally Committee DAVID A. BARTON Key Club Varsity Tennis CARY A. BAUER Variety Show Honor Roll RICHARD R. BACH Varsity Fooiball Soplw. Class Pres, BRENDA E, BALES Comm. of Enter. A Cappella ROBERT E. BAXTER Varsity Football CSF GARY D, BELL Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball '12 fd I s.,:,j NEDRA E. BAILEY Pep Club Xmas Play DONALD R. BARKHURST Ski Club Honor Roll ROBERT BEATTIE Tennis Team JAMES W, BELL CSF NHS I 9. h gp , gi 2- ' .ar Air S' ,nf 5 N2 i we-'rx -- 4 -x""! L Q 2 .Q !,.,4 we -A--1 wwf' -,4 -gina qy 1: Q- ,,,..., xxx, ., xi! as is Xi J-, 'vgf 2' ok? S -.J JOHN R. BELL Pres. of Student Body Rally Committee BILL BERTOGLIO General Activities CARLOTTA M. BLACKWOOD El Caminian Honor Roll MARY SUE BLANKENSHIP FHA General Activities ROSLYNN BEROL Homeroom Rep. MIKE BIANCO General Activities JANICE M. BLAIR "B" team yell leader Homecoming Princess PENNY BLOOM GAA Junior Statesmen '35 CARLIETA A. BIEVER Honor Roll Los Hildalgos KENNY L. BJORGUM Horneroom Rep. Senior Activities JUDITH K. BOLOYAN Aerie Staff Honor Roll SHARON B. BONE Gregg Typing Award Ski Club V7 VlCTORlA BIGGS CSF Cum Laude Award DORlS A. El Caminian GAA MARILYN A. BOND Senior Class Treas. Drama Club ANDREW L. BOOTHE Cadet Major Honor Roll . 9 ,we . I JN 'fl iw!-2' af'-7 f .4-1,9 'Z' Q4 1' VQXB! QI- Q9 3' f 'K 1---v ,Y 5 if RX ?"""7 We-y -S CAMILLA K. BOYER PHILLIP BRADFORD El Caminian General Activities Honor Roll WlLLlAM H, BRECHT GAY BRAZIL Varsity Football Student Patrol General Activities Block EC RICHARD BROWER General Activities RONALD BURGER Engineering Proiects HARRIET M, BUTLER Honor Roll ROBERT H. BUTTERFIELD General Activities JAMES S. BUCHANAN Varsity Swimming Cross Country JOYCE D, BUSH El Caminian Pres. Senior Pep Club JUDY BUTLER El Carninian TVlfHi-Y RAY E. BYRD "B" Football Shakespeare's Crew You won't forget your homework again! 96 at 'le' ag, - -7 Q nk. ,xref x, BILL CAMPBELL General Activities MARlAN E. CAPACHI Pep Club Trl-Hi-Y ANITA C. CAPPS Student Patrol GERALD B. CARDER Industrial Arts -A , ,y ': zz- X .J A Qj 7 J gf -. . ,ig M ff . ij.-az' -' am I yo ' f , i i is Rh 'i 34' - gl 3 --.gi SANDRA L. CANNON Pep Club Modeling Club MARVIN L. CAPEN Drum Maior German Band Leader JOHN CAPRA Senior Acliyilies JOAN CARR Swim Club Gregg Typing Award J 'D' Faculty vs. Disney in produmion! REBECCA G. CASE Honor Roll Pep Club EDMUND W. CERVVINSKY NHS Varsivy Tennis 444 P9' ,ggi 1' Sl' NORMAN J. CASTELLAN JR. NHS Pep Band ALLEN HAMBER Senior Activities 'Q' Sqpglf Sul YT? -K! 'DK Qg .IL ZS" 3 og. '34-1. SH S-...4 ii- 1 1 'H win, ,fax-' TB?" ,-. far,- in M "WY ALAN B. CHAMBERS RICHARD C. CHASE Comm. of Public Rel. CSF DONNA C. CLARK FBLA DONNA M. COLBAUGH Ski Club Modern Dance Club JAMES M. COLLINS Varsity Football Hi-Y 3 fav 1--7 Transfer from Anchorage, Alaska ROSS P. CLARK III Ski Team Ski Club BARBARA COLLINS Tri-Hi-Y Nurses Club ERNEST E. COPELAN Varsity Foofball JAMES B. CLEMENCE General Activities RONNIE L. CLOTHIER JV Football A Reserve Basketball CHARLES P CORDERO NHS Cross-Country TONY COSTA VARSITY Baseball fa-JL PETER J. CLERKIN General Activities EDITH COHEN Aerie Staff Honor Roll ANN CORNELIUS DAR Award CSF Pres, TOMMIE L. COUCI-I "B" Football As, 8 Q17 1' 3 :ix ,NGN tg? intl I 5 tl? 'bf DUANE A. COX "B" Football "B" Track MARION M. CROSS El Caminian CSF VICTOR C. DAHMAN Junior Statesmen Radio Club LINDA L. DAVIS Banc, Candle-Bearer Aerie Staff I .Q L -ni 'Y RONALD COX Student Patrol General Activities JOAN B. CROWE Christmas Play Entertainment Corn. BRENT K. DANIELS Honor Roll Acer's Hi-Y ARLENE L. DAVIS Aerie Editor Honor Roll 1 K it Q'-,W Q31 I'-7'-.442 'Vx 'Q THOMAS G. CURTO Engineering Proiects General Activities RICHARD N. CUTLER Football Basketball ROBERT O. DAVIS Ski Team JAMES DIDION Varsity Baseball 'ZR CAROL A. CUSICK El Caminian Editor NHS BETTY L, CZUPRYNSKI Pres. of GAA FTA CARL R. DEPEW Ski Club JOAN C, DIDONATO Honor Roll Pep Club 'DG' Q if C' f Q54- .3 5,-I . ,v -A I 'O'? :ai lt! :IQ 5 ' 2 I, QI, 1 Wi'-jf 1 Al N -v 'S WILLIAM EAKINS "B" Basketball ROGER C. ECKHARDT NHS Pep Band JO ANN ELAM GAA Shield Pep Club SANDRA K. EMERY General Activities lk.. if 'S ig- 'if JULIE A. EAVIS Pres. Junior Pep Club Art Club LAVERNE N. ECKMAN General Activities KATHLEEN K. ELSE Gregg Typing Award Poetry Award DON C. ENGLISH Senior Activities 1 NJ '27 JERRY A, EFFENBECK Block EC Ski Club FREDDYE L. EKISS Sec. Pep Club German Club ROBERT A. EVENSEN "A" Swimming Team "B" Swimming Team LAWNEY J. FALLOON Varsity Track Gregg Typing Award ",A fi Q rf? I MARY F. EGAN Ski Club Spanish Club BARBARA M. ELAM GAA Pep Club HAMILTON FAIF Senior Activities JOSEPH A. FANELLI General Activities 4? I fry, ,, fm. .Q,x. v"'Tl Q? wav' -Q-nv xiii' L. ROBERT C. FARNER General Activities SALLY FENNER Pep Club ELEANOR J. FONTES El Caminian Staff Pres., Tri'Hi-Y KENNETH G. FORREST Senior Activities , iff-Y Sl wif. ll? 1 -5 1--'Y KENNETH F. FAT Senior Class Pres. Executive Board THOMAS M. FILBERT General Activities BOB A, FOREMAN NHS Honor Roll RAMONA FORTADO Senior Activities glen 5' wf"J TNI 5 SHARON K. FISCHER Senior Activities ERNESTINE A. FLOHR German Club Honor Roll CLYDE H. FRANCIS General Activities ROBERT M. FREEMAN Ski Club wiv flu 445 GUY W. FLETCHER French Club JV Baseball PATRlClA A. FOLEY Honor Roll Pep Club LEE B. FRANKLIN Student Body Sec, Student of the Week Ch SHARON L. FREEMAN FBLA Honor Roll If F 6 Cs- N ' Y7 Q' . 44- f ..-..-v 1 5? 'Q ak if Q1 L 'Na 9415 -r' '3 .3 A '27, -L47 fn QC, sf E WY7 KENNETH V FRIEDMAN Slew Club THOMAS M GANS Varsuty Swlmmmg A Cappella DOUG GILES German Club lurwior Prom Committee MAVIS GOODGAME GAA '37 1 -r-' "Y CAM GALIANO Pep Club Sli: Club TAD GANTENBEIN Student Body Treas Natlorwal Honor Socuety GARY L, GlMLEN Varslry Basknvball Block EC SHARON N GOODMAN Girls' Drill Team L, 'C' -Q BARBARA L GARNER General Acflvmes JERRY A GEDNEY Block EC Foorball BARBARA A. GONZALES Pep Club Ar? Club JUDY GRANT CSF Pepsrers as ,. x IV' Uk X. , ff' X I sf' UQ' RICHARD M. GREENE SANDRA GRIFFITH NHS General Activities CSF ROBERT M. GRISWOLD JUDY GRIGGS Senior Activities Christmas Play Student Patrol "So I couIdn't pay the bill!" l 240 'Q' 911' RODGER GROTHEER Senior Activities HORST GUMNOR General Activities GERRY HAKARI Senior Activities HARRIETT HALLSTROM General Activities Q no -it , es 4 '35-P f-.J ,cj Q 5 9 Tk "1' Y' 4 5 ANGELA GUMNOR Trees. German Club JO ANN HAACK Newstaff RICHARD W. HALL Boys' V. Pres. Varsity Football JUDY HAACK Senior Activities f iq 'UQ S 3 if K v-1 DONALD HANEY Aerie Staff Key Club CHARLENE HANSEN Variety Show Pep Club BARBARA HANSON CSF NHS MICHAEL HARRlNGTON General Activities , 9 ge.. 9 T7 ,.,, 1 Yi 3 47" 112127 BOBBETTE HANNA CSF Pep Club GARY R. HANSEN Varsity Football Quill and Scroll CAROL HARR Pep Club GAIL HARRIS Pep Club Ski Club rg an "Hurry up or well be late' RONALD HART NHS Drama Club V. Pres ROBIN HATFIELD Pres. of "Them" GAA tx? .3 X Nu V -'ith ' .41 Y' -4-ng, 5 X 'E Ad 27' T ADA V, HAWN FBLA Treas. Drama Club SANDRA J. HELLEWELL NHS CSF RONALD L. HERBOLD Senior Activities JUANITA HlCKS GAA I sa' L ' ,K -- ss U .4,. Q -J 8' ff . x L ,I ROBERTA A. HAYNES Pres. FBLA Spanish Club KAREN ROBERTSON Latin Club Roman Banque? JOHN H. HIBBERT Christmas Play Fr, Honor Roll BEVERLY A. HOLLAND El Caminian Staff Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 4.-'59-' Q. 1" Ei-:x',v . WN S W' f 3 WILLIAM R. HENCKEN MOLLIE J. HENDERSON Swimming Team Ski Club NANCY HENRY General Activivies PETER FRACZEK General Acrivifies ROGER H, HORGAN Perfect Attendance Modern Dance Club FHA PHYLLlS A. HENTER Senior Acfiviiies CHARLENE E. HOOD Homeroom Rep. Senior Teach Day ELEANOR A. HORMAN NHS Bacc. Candlebearer as -f . A I w- I . 01' Sr' , , Q 466- ig- , .J f JEAN E. HOUGHTON FHA Maiorette KENNETH K. HOWE NHS CLAIR W. IVERSON General Activities JEANNE JAY Drama Club FHA K M - 1 i s N. Xi ' 2 'iv if C? f V L ui, . , A YA ix 'F ED W. HOUSER Student Council MARLENE HUBBARD Gen. Ch. Pep Club Ch. of Cardtriclcs BILL E, JAMES Cross Country BEVERLY J. JOHNSON General Activities at 1 .-J, MARY A. HUEBSCH CSF GAA HARRY D. HUNTER Band BILL JOHNSON Varsity Basketball GARY JOHNSON JV Football Award PRISCILLA l.. HUFFMAN El Caminian Staff Quill and Scroll TONI ISOARD El Caminian Co Gen. Ch. Assemblies CAROL L, JOHP Bacc. Candlebearer Pres. French Club GERALDINE Ski Club Senior Class Q gl: QA6- ik 4317 lil BARBARA H. KILGORE Maiorette Recorder-Historian JEAN KING A Cappella Senior Band JOANNE L. KISHBAUGH Ski Club Dressmaking Award CHARLES H. LACY General Activities .ff . , . WM f '94 31312 N- 'W' dui Neff? f '-' WENCKE KLINGENBERG Exchange Student Student Body Pres. CAROL A. LA PARNE Student Council Tri-Hi-Y re 'SS Q- ht.- we- ? N" 'ii in-v vr s -ll!-12411 Alf' .Q .44 574' '., 'fr '-7 ' 'QQZP f1cfid.,fyg,y .f Q ' 1 asa A' ' . lem' HOLGER KNUTSON Norway General Activities BARBARA S. LARICK Quill and Scroll Pep Band IRL 'TEFVC '75 B -l M AY 3,495.6 Memorial PAUL A. KOEPSELL Senior Float Comm. WALTER E. LARICK Cross Country CSF K SHEILA A. LACHNITT Pep Club FBLA RONALD B. LARRABEE Science Club Sacto, Drill Team --nv' 5X "i ff" :Aff gr.: Got Q- 'bg Q4 'CTT' , '7' -JA C-'27 Z, I 1 X53 .N J IB N. LARSEN NHS Quill and Scroll MELVIN L. LA RUE "D" Basketball "D" Cross Country JANET R. LEOPOLD NHS Modern Dance Club RICHARD J. LESHER Football Team 5-Q' DENNIS J. LARSON JV Football LINDA L. LATHROP A Cappella Pres. and V. Pres. of French Club SUZANNE C. LESERER Modern Dance Club Tri-Hi-Y MARILYN C. LEVIS Senior Activities 'T' gre DENISE LAUGENOUR Senior Activities JULIE M. LEWIS Student Patrol Pep Club .IEANNETTE K. LINDSAY FBLA SI'takespeare's Crew LOIS LEDFORD General Activities ANTHONY J. LEE General Activities ROBERT L. LILLARD Varsity Football Hi-Y NANCY A. LINGENFELTER Head V. Yell Leader Homecoming Queen I 7 gg-v ,pf 4-05 . 6 -sf, XR' -'ual -My LARRY L. LINVILLE Christmas Play Senior Play BURTON LONGFELLOW Senior Activities LESLEY J. LUTHER National Honor Society CSF BEA J. LYONS Senior Activities Q Q .arg """' va X 75 5 -f ff' px ff'- X' 12 Q .EQ - ROBERT S. LOGAN Calif. Cadet Corps. Senior Teach Day JEANIE P, LOLJDEN Senior Activities ROBERT H. LYNCH Senior Activities GORDON T. MacAULAY FBLA Senior Activities ,af 1 J N , ' .bf r"15 if-' JERRY G. LUCAS Football Track PETE LUCERO Football BILL C. MACKINTOSH Freshman baseball JV football FRANK A. MAGARY Los Hidalgos NHS T iw 1, as 4...-u,,,.. Q .J 7 -at ' v N' ' N ,. if 2- I: 'T f"'Y KENNETH LUCAS Los Hidalgos NHS ROGER L. LUNDBLAD Varsity Football Varsity Track JOAN MacLEAN Comm. of Entertain A Cappella FRANCES MAIORANA General Activities . 'N rxb- M fgt ' QQ N N 'Cy ,. I -4 I x Qi' Rf X ily I SHIRLEY A. MATTESON Pepsfers CAROL V. MAUER Pep Club Art Club ELEANOR MAY ICULLENI Ski Club ARTHUR A. MILLAR Shakespeare? Crew Phovography Club ".R. ,L ,.y 1 1 ., I ff fi CJ N49 ,.,. 7 FRANK MEDCALF 54.4 5.4- View of 50 and 60 wings from the Shops. HOWARD W. MEISTER VIRGINIA MEYER PRISCILLA J. ME Commissioner of Pub. Football Pres. Block EC Pep Club FFA Varsity Ski Team Rel. KAREN L' MlLl'ER SCC. and Hist. Trl-HI-Y DONALD C. MILLER JAMES T. MILLER STUCIEDT Patrol Baseball Football GAA RONALD D, MILLO Track "A" Reserve Basketball "B" BBSIKSYIJBII LGTTEY Block EC 9 ' ' - 1 I 5- ' K ff Jive gif 4' . . , if 'B A Q Q N3 gf ' n . ' Nr 4 -7 'r .,., 1 T' I I . V' . f' Q jf' 6' I L 1 ,ju . 'Z .T , S ,. Hu- 4 ,.,.f1 .4 v"'f '-fl' ...av g Q4 TOM MITCHELL Expert Rifle Award JOAN A, MORSE Erenco Club MARK C. MURRAY Student of Week Winner Car Rodeo SANDRA A. MYERS NHS FTA 'Q w-u-,p pgs -353' -ri -J' 75. 3 JAMES J, MORGESTER Key Club TERRANCE L. MORSE Rally Cornrmttee "B" Football DlCK MURRILL C'oss Country El Carninian PATRlClA A. MCCOLLOUGH Senior Activities DICK B, MORTEN Pres, Key Club Swimming Team MARGO MOSS Ski Club MIKE MCCRYSTLE Commissioner of Pub. Rel, GEORGE S. McDOWELL Drama Club 'Rl' CATHLEEN MORTENSON Treas. GAA Student Council BARBARA A. MUNSON Junior Class Sec. FBLA SHARON D. MCDONALD Senior Activities JAMES MCEWEN Student COuI'1Cll X27 'wiht 'L' J '-:r A me NG!! 51,17 4 'r ,. 'Q Q 5 's'. 1'3-' -Silt -wh... stiff SHERRY L. MCGOWAN Senior Ball Band Com. Pep Gob JACK L. MCKEE General Activities GARY NANCE Block EC Basketball DONNA J. NIESSNER A Cappella Evaluation Board 'Q ii" x "' FTC' DARLENE MCGUFFIE Honor Roll JIM MCKELLIPS Senior Activities ARLENE L. NIELSON State Sewing Wmner BILL NOBLE "B" Basketball "B" Football PATRICK M. MCMAHON General Activities GAII. MCNATT Drill Team ,it I. A J w'Nor2DsTRoM x U ' Football JULIE NORTH Modeling Club Pep Club 127' DUKE MCMILLEN Senior Activities JANET MCWILLIAMS Sec. of FBLA PHIL E. NORMAN General Activities DONALD W. NUSE NHS Swimming Team ll '17 is-x .4 , .3545 awe ' C' N I 'O ld T17 1:-'P .5'x E7 fi, is NC.-1 DQNNA L, OWENS M. EUZABETH PARDEE Gen. Ch. SB Dances Pres. and Sec. Tri-Hi-Y JOYCE PARlSl Pep Club "We'll miss the Old Place!" Modeling Club JUDY PASCOE General Activities EVERETT L, PAUL Track Ski Team NANCY L. PAYNE Tri-Hi-Y lfafv? Ng-' X -. Suzi' 7? ROBERT W. PARKER Varsity Football Christmas Play CAROLE PATTERSON GAA LEE PAXTON Student Council JOAN L. PENDER GAA he 1 l . fn.:-x 11547 K 5 if '65 'vw-7 ,fc 1-7 .ww-4 IJ li X Sf GENE E. PENDERGAST Sec. Junior Statesman Latin Club ROBERTA PENFIELD General Activities BOB PHILLIPS Senior Activities JUDITH C. PING Honor Societies Senior Play z SHAUN PENDERGAST Senior Activities PATRICIA A. PERVIS FBLA Hobby Club SHARON L. PIGGOTT CSF FTA WILLIAM PISHEK Aerie Staff Gold Service Pin M I I fhxs "I'lI get you a date, kid!" RUSS PITZER Football HERMANN T. POPPE Senior Activities GEORGE PONZO Senior Activities ROBERT N. PORTER Winner Horseman Activities LARRY PRATT Senior Activities RICHARD J. PRIZMICH Student ofthe Week Senior Play MARY A. RASMUSSEN Shalcespeare's Crew Christmas Play JANIS RAYMOND Pep Club 'A '-.s YS? li vfii ,sf if Q LYNETTE C. PRATT Ch, Assembly Com, CSF GILENE R, PRYOR General Activities MARCIA A. RAWSON Student of the Week Pres. FHA COLLEEN L. REARDON Pep Club Fashion Show ' A E . 54' if Q 722 -Qs. ff .. 11,1 gt- , -H ?f47 'tif PHILIP B. QUINIO Baseball Student Patrol JIM RADEMACHER Senior Activities SHARON A. REITER Pep Club GAA RUBY J. REYNOLDS NHS CSF IQ? if gg: Lf LARRY RACKHAM Student Council Cross Country ELWYN L. RAFFERTY General Activities MERLE J. RELLES NHS Los Hilclagos BARBARA J. RHODES Student Patrol Drill Team V37 J T it X17 ,ao K lil YG! it- 1, - ti-3 JL li A SQQ 15:-j' DICK ROBINSON Capt. Varsity Football Honor Roll GARY ROGERS General Activities DOUGLAS H. ROMINGER General Activities SUE RYLEE Junior Prom Princess Homecoming Princess 'Fl JANET D. ROGERS General Activities JUDY RUSSELL A Cappella Choir Tri-Hi-Y PETE SAVERIEN Senior Activities H 'i?. AQ jg!!! f , gieiktl 3 gh 1 i - it 'S 'i ' ,O 5 if ,fi nigh I Senior pep and enerQY- PETE V, SCATENA Block EC Soplw, Class Treas. SALLY l. SCHUETZ Pep Club Gregg Award '!"?' LEORA C. SCHAB Trifl-li-Y Ski Club MARGARET A. SCHUMAKER Aff Club Modern Dance Club 'V ED SELLERS General Activities BONNIE L. SEYFERLICH Pres. Shakespeare Senior Play 's Crew SONJA SELLESETH Pep Club Ski Club JACK G. SHANKLAND JV Football Student Council 3 f- .6 ,'l Q gig LINDA C. SHELLOOE Treas. FNA Pep Club CHARLES O. SHORT Varsity Football Track BRUCE SILK Senior Activities ROBERT E. SIMMONS General Activities WANDA J. SHIRLEY Pep Club Christmas Program JERRY R. SHORT Reserve Basketball JACKIE SILVA Pep Club Ski Club MARGARET L. SIMS Senior Activities Panty Raid 5 'N '31 . Y .' if V K 5 vb l l I L ' XA ff' fl" s. ft. GF - I , I "-R'-FT. 3 V K PAT SIMS Pep Club Fashion Show KAREN SKAGGS General Activities JEANETTE O. SMITH Hist. GAA Spanish Club LEAH B, SNYDER NHS Student Council MARYLYN K. SMITH PNA Adv. Girls' Glee MARILYN SORENSEN NHS Gregg Typing Award View of school from the Music Building. RITA SMITH. Senior Activities MARY S. SOTO Student Activities TROY SMITH Tennis Radio Club RICHARD A. SPANGLER Pres. Hi-Y El Caminian Staff W me ,. C. REX W. SMOTHERS Varsity Golf Boys' State Rep, LORENE l. SPARGO Pep Club Art Club S--4 --.Q ,,. VV 0 xx W W-if f ' s Q , - I 5 A . E L 91'-'Q up' ' '1'7 3 -0 . 'QAM' Clu- " 'Ev' 'Cf WE? 'ug 3 i' l -J' 5 f V I. ,f55'x 1-4' ll 1 'QW S i. A-fx L. is ...af .4 CAROLIN B. SPARKS Gregg Typing Award WILLIAM F. STAINES Track Industrial Arts Award WILLIAM E. STORM Ski Tearn Ski Club RANAE R. STRAIN FBLA Senior Teach Day sx W-f Hx SHARON V, SPENCER Aerie Staff Los Hildalgos SHERRILL D. STEFFENS FHA Pep Club JACQUELYN J. STORRO Vice Pres. Drill Team Modeling Club ANITA F. STUCKEY Drill Team Pep Club a 'IF'- ,A 'x ""' -:I .-. ' g'!s'.r"' SHARRI C. STEWART KAREN M, Senior Activities GUSTAV H. STEIHL NHS Cadet Captain, CCC DEANNE SUBRY Pep Club GAA ARLENE C. TALLACKSEN Marjorette Senior Teach Day STEVENSON Pep Club Tri-Hi-Y THOMAS B. STONE Pres. Archery Club HIVY THOMAS J. SWEETMAN General Activities JAMES C. TANNER Ski Team Ski Club f- -J 'zr' fl? fi 1-1- ? 41' 'Y ii ps 0 I5 Ta 5 5. -41 Q9 -spy' "kr, GEORGE J. TATTERSON Aerie Staff Vice Pres. Art Club ROSE MARIE TAYLOR Comm. Internal Aff. Sec. Latin Club CAROLE J. TUCKER Majorette French Club WENDELL G. VANMAANEN Trees. German Club Key Club C5 ALVlN V. TAXARA General Activities NANCY L. TERRY Pep Club WlLLlAM G, TURNER Cb. Audio-Visual BEVERLY L. VAUGHAN Student Council Modeling .aqzfx E127 BlLL THIELBAHR NHS Evaluation Board WILLIAM E. TREDINNICK Student Council JEANNINE C, VERBECK Pep Club Trl-Hi-Y JOSEPH R. VINALL V, Football AllACitv Football 'Z 6-I' ,. 9' Q,,t 5'-ff: P -.4 --.4159 i -.IF M DOUGLAS THOMAS Key Club Rifle Team JAMES D. TROWE Student Activities CLEO VIGIL FBLA KATHRYNE A. VON ROTZ Girls' Vice Pres. Girls' State -5 Wt" V' 3 i' BERTA L. WALDEN Teacbefs Asst. Business Office JAMES J. WAGONER Football Baseball FRANK A. WALL Varsity Baseball Block EC "Now, blow hard!" is JOHN W. WARNOCK Honor Societies Hi-Y JOSEPH R. WATKINS Track Cross Country JACK G. WATSON Honor Roll NORMA G. WATSON General Activities WILLIAM D. WASHBURN Aerie Staff El Caminian PRISCILLA D. WATKlNS Spanish Club Art Club JAN WATSON Pep Club LAWRENCE J. WEBSTER Senior Activities ANDREA C. WELCH Honor Societies Quill and Scroll RONALD C. WESTBURG Varsity Football Varsity Track SANDRA E. WHALEY Sec. Senior Class El Caminian Staff .., i' 9141! S GWEN WEST Honor Roll Pep Club KEITH A. WESTER Aerie Staff El Caminian Staff DIANE P. WHEAT Senior Activities CAROLE A. WHITE .-. 0 Lslll 4 l L l lb . .N I , . . ,ll -i Q . , . I , .ff . I 41 "Oh no, late again!" KAREN R. WHIIE El Caminian Staff Honor Societies SAMUEL M. WHEELIS Art Club WAYNE A- WlLCOX Block EC FBLA Mech. Drawing Award Varsiyy Football Attendance Award , A 7 I A' .f ' Y V JN is . ffl R R" ', ' 59-4 ,' 1 , 50" N ' Ag it MIKE WHITE Varsity Baseball Block EC MIRIAM WILDE Aerie Bus. Manager Quill and Scroll l 1' vi 'Q--' i fl ,R 4 52-7 ,-., dsl, li 'Q ' I 4, R lv". JAMES WILKINSON General Activities WILLIAM B. WILLIAMS Senior Activities CRAIG WILSON Christmas Play Senior Plav JESSIE MAE WINKLE FBLA Modeling Club 11 11? . 8 , Vs' rf. A FK ,K !f"5 KEITH E. WILKINSON Senior Activities EVELYN J. WILLIAMS Student Patrol FBLA SUSAN WILSON El Caminian Staff Quill and Scroll ROSEMARY WINTERSTEIN Treas. Drama Club Tri-Hi-Y f" I, Nbr .i F Q., 'Yr' Y7 n 3 JAMES E. WILLIAMS General Activities THOMAS T. WILLIAMS Block EC LYNN H. WIXOM Senior Activities CAROL WOO DWARD General Activities I... X f 5 sd' -gk., A K7 JILL B. WILLIAMS CSF NHS DARRYL K. WILLIS NHS Hi-Y EARL U. WOODRUFE Home Room Rep. Home Room Alta LARRY WRAY Senior Activities 15 I' T' 'U'-"1 BERNDT C. YANELL Cadets Basketball KAREN G. YOUNG Sec. NHS Los Hidalgos GARY R. ZUMWALT Tennis Reserve Basketball MARY R. STEWART Honor Society FBLA Lx ref, , v fy? , 2 igfi g 5, T7 ALEC YOUNG Ski Club MARLENE D. ZEILLEMAKER Tri-Hi-Y JAMES HAMP General Activities DARLENE STAAT GAA I Q, . vt io- 'wiv 'i Kar' ev- A s QIV 1 ,1.,.-C l in fd N517 Q WILLIAM ZELLER DOROTHY J. General Activities DMMERMAN Class Rep. JOANNE ZIMMERMAN T,,,H,.Y Vice Pres. Frosh. and Soph. Class SANDRA L. Junior Prom Princess UMMERMAN Honor Societies FTA IN MEMORY OF MAVIS LING As we march solemnly for- ward to receive our diplomas, we "' 45 get the feeling that something T' "' or someone is missing. One . member of our class isn't with md us to graduate-for on May 5, ' l956, El Camino lost one of its if ' most beloved students, a girl who lived half her life in war he torn China, a girl who knew suf- B fering, but always somehow managed a smile. Some thought of her as a nice girl and missed her bright smile and tinkling laughter, but we who knew her remember a girl who always found a kind word or gentle smile for those who needed it. We remember a girl who had worries ot her own, but never let anyone know of them. 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Have more fun a+ any spor+ wi+h Whafever your fasfe, wha+ever your s'ryie, you will find if ai' +i1e SMART- SET BEAUTY SALON. 1? I i j if .l1..TL 'U-if , yn ,'i"1 1 7 ., ff? ' fi gf'--'fi if ' A f v-lg t 4,1 ' , ri- I ,r 'F i n T 1 fi ii T ' I . qs . L gl ., , fx . ui equipmenir from THE SPORTS CEN- N7 Y digg .rr You'lI wani every pair of shoes you see a+ GREEN 81 HEYDEN. ...rvvfi is, EF, EMIGH HARDWARE has gifis 'ro deligh+ 'Phe "young a+ Hearff' -WU' 1511" nt lil as I5 From long hair fo shori hair, fry records from JACK'S HOUSE OF Music. ILL - ,tara ir 2 W' f A soda for fwo a+ a special+y founiain, W. T. GRANTS. ig, , WM ,mph ,, an ,,,. f-M-" W of f ,f, ,, - rn, 44' 3' -. K :N 1 4 Have you go+ burnf valves, blown gaslxe+s, or any o+l'1er fype of engine +rouble? If so, lalre your problem +o +l1e AUTOMOTIVE CENTER for fasl, reliable service. L Don'+ lei' your insurance gel' you clown, gel J BURPO INSURANCE COMPANY. ai l T' , . V, , ' A l 1. 4 v Y 'l . 11,5 A A x . X -Z X 7. "Lit: xv' . 1 y , 4-gxily 'f,',"lA -1. V,--,--f...-at Q. -, . T ,.,x,.g,.-- . y: 1 - "' 'w' "XXX - 'f ful 2 X-,u!,5. , v ' A ,A . . .nx,,. . 1 ' .wav 105' " Ez: 2 'Xa T 111 : '-I . x . f- . T. .fe ,'f'.'- ' i , A1 Q 41 ' ,. , va' . -, ,-JA ri. Q., N.. ,, I... as '.s ,,' .35 K A, I , Q M 4. 3 . .0- -.""' os- 2 ,vu T, s -4 ' "Gig Y. 1. 1-7 , 3, K .lv A W... . l Q" .,A- bi: You ge+ double your money's wor+l1 EAGLESONS. I 6 Kg 13003 SIRLIN srunnos o 2 l327 J S+ree+ X. 'a?0wLmb 0 QOFQ' QF F YE MUSIC SHOPPE IOI8 J. S + SEARS Ne I ' Iso-On Arden Way off h R II F y "7rJ?Ti - V, liif SACRAMENTO .1 is-,Nl 4 ,,, ' ff 4-'- , ,, Lf A' jg, 157 i A 1' I I . r .J t 'MI small monslerous If your sporting need IS Alu-gi. ll 'Wf""I'aIre it to SACRAMEN l In 'TO SPORTING GOODS I ta A gf , . s 'D' fr .-'EEN t e-'L-'Fifa ,-,y- , ta. eds.- Alumn Recommends Telephone Career Barbara Bachmld, Class of '55 FINDS PACIFIC TELEPHONE GOOD PLACE TU GET AHEAD President, Student Council, school activities-F.H.A. Clubf phone work are certain to ap- peal to you, as they did to Bar- Pep Club, Senior Play, Fashion I bara . . . three raises the first Show commentator and Senior tees. Next came a year and a half in Sacramento State Col- lege. CHOOSES CAREER Then she chose a career with I Pacific Telephone. And now, af- ter completing a training pro- gram while on full pay, she is a lService Representative-a key Ball and Junior Prom Commit- I year for beginners . . . new, higher starting rates . . . lib- eral credit for previous experi- ence or training . . . and many opportunities to advance with lone of the nation's fastest Igrowing industries. When lyou're ready to select a career be sure to look into the varied Ijobs at Pacific Telephone - a Igood place to get ahead. telephone job involving directi jcontact with customers about' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE It's a success story in theltheir Phone Service- 1315KsrREET, SACRAMENTO making for Barbara Bachtold,l CHECK ADVANTAGES I El Camino, June '55, grad. She ' ' started going places in high These advantages of tele-I K2 P- ., ,, B ,-'S ,151 ff? F ,a , 5? 1 Q N Qazyf 1 x , A ,, , . ,,, r 4 ?'Z ' J" XX s, 9 a-A' f""x - 4 41' I . ,. 1 fa rg: zz, Y B xx. X R X .. SX., . as 1,fg,,,,, If you wanl' a haircuf, manicure, or a real close shave, you can ge+ if a+ ARDEN TOWN BARBER SHOP. if, 3 l ARDEN TOWN We are here +o sa+isfy all beau+y needs al' SALON ARDEN. A dress for every occasion, a sfyle for e girl, a+ +l1e ARDEN FASHION SHOP. ,A Y 'L 1326's , Y J 9' y . 1 3,7 x 1 lffef, ," Selling homes lo happy people is a laabil a+ JOHN WAGAMAN REALTY. Sharp! Any way you loolx a+ if, a new Chevrolel' from LEW WILLIAMS CHEVROLET CENTER. FULTON l". J E 1, I 3:- Q A if ,AQ v-. ,Z H AA f"x For Sale: 90 room man sion, spacious yard... DON STEPHENS REALTY Die besfen speisen die Sie irgendwo haben kon- en! 9CHEIDEL'S BAVARIA du Z: AVENUE -..j.l For a +errific deal on a ferrific car, Hs SUT- TON MOTORS. Any+hing and everyfhing +o keep your green Hwumb happy, a+ JACK ANDERSON'S NUR- SERY. Noniuo img liixir 'S Q 31.13-B 9 A, Q li E A C-11.93 44021 ,Q P xX px For flue fashionable ancl demure, a dress from MILES N' MILES. Comforlable living wi+l1 a home and pool by D. L. MURCHISON. GENERAL CON- TRACTOR. f""!"! ,.'JF5: f v V -..-p- Es 13- , . -v - - I, - , dl , -Z' ,,.,g13-Il' ,,...,.v-M-o-n--wg-ali .,.v W1 .,. . N, fbfxff ve. Y ,, Champagne a p p e+i+e wi+h a roo+ beer pockef .book-and a good fime 1+ COPPER HOOD. A bulls-eye wifh equip- menf from HANNON BROTHERS SPORTS SHOP. P Y I colors you wan+, from lRENE'S DRAPERY SHOP I sf - - 3. by 5 ibn R I, Dra er maferial in 'Hn 9 U ' , ' Qs-v -P P, S-' M" '41-' Y .. ' ' . 4' go .L ' V z . , H . , . For a clear picfure, any fime, all lhe lime, i+'s CUSTOM TV. l A dinner wi+l1 a Polynesi- an air, a+ +l1e CORAL REEF. ll"s no gossip +l1a+ you will 'Find only 'll1e besf in hairdressing a+ ANN BABCOCK'S BEAUTY SALON NORTH SACRAMENTO For feef wi+l1 a fufure, shoes from GLENN'S SHOE STORE. Whe+her you are an experl' or a novide, you will find good slca+ing a+ ICELAND. We are always here +o serve you and your slcaling needs. Leff +o righfz Tom Lane, Do++i Lane, Knu'l'e Leon+ini, Hazel Duggan and Loren Dil+s. OPEN NITELY lExcep+ Mondayl MATINEES-Sai., Sun., and Holidays Special Rafes +o Groups Pl1one WA-5-7077 SENATOR ROLLER DROME rx, L5-'RS ARDEN WAY ARDEN PLAZA A baslreiful of values always, a+ Affer school, affer dafes, 1 food any Hme af MlLLER'S DR MAYFAIR MARKET. 4-fm For a s+yle +ha'r reflecfs your per sonali+y, i'r's CHARLES SALON OF BEAUTY. I or smarf looking mens dhes for all occasions, i+'s 'COLLEGE HI-SHOP. , '10, D' L TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE T? H .d.,,, H5101 J, W A We have a remedy for whal- ever ails you a+ ANDERSON PHARMACY. Dainiy froclrs +o aHrac'r fhe opposife sex. PHYLLIS FASHIONS P . tl 7 ' ls:-I Reliving years of fun 'through MARION JEN SEN porfraifs. All 'rhe elegances of home from GREBITUS 81 SONS I e ! Say if wi+l1 flowers 'From +l1e VILLAGE FLOWER SHOP. rf Al i ' . Model airplane building, ar+is'rry, leafher-craff, wha'I'ever your hobby, you can find H' af +l'1e HOB- BY HOUSE. if 3.8 SSN? if Z' i ',",.. ,A Qi .msn .,z 1, 9' ,I 1, 3-i'1 Q2 vT7"i' Foofwear for busy 'feet sfyled jus? rigl'1+, from MCBRIDE SHOES. aww.- S'-iw' z For fasf, dependable, cour+eous service, i+'s TAY- LOR'S DAIRY. " FG, ,, ,V A 2, Q, ng , , . A u ' f v Y f . - ' .1 . iw ". 'ov For exo+ic, enchan+ing ireas- UI'eS +,l'OfT1 V6I'i0US COUD+I'ieS, +ry MAY GIMS ORIENTAL SHOP. '35,-,W ag The casual California look from BONNEY AND GOR- DEN. 7x L 1.7 La 'ttf d, I 'Sho I as-' Y' ffil S-.2 'P' 'Ng-I jf-h f ,mv No ma'r+er whal needs +o be sewn Necchi is besl for +l'ie job. NECCHI SEWING CENTER J , En ,Ki M :get X ' .. x -7 TOT - TO - TEEN shoes won'+ lei you srarf off on +he wrong fool. 1 ,X Wafch your favorife TV program while re- ceiving one of our specialized "flaHops" af MANOR BARBER SHOP. l if I 'Q aj. A K ,Q .....4-40-, . ,-.....,...1 . mv...-Q A beauliful dress for a lovely girl from CAN FlELD'S APPAREL SHOP. Beau+y worlc a+ Hs besf af DEL PASO MANOR BEAUTY SHOP. E "1 3 .-. ,.,.,....n I, f 1 Erom lunch meal lo sfealx, finesl meals from GERHARTS QUALITY MEATS. CARMICHAEL Painfing is a pleasure, wiih painfs from CAR- MICHAEL PAINT SUPPLY. A wise inves+men+, a house purchased from HURST REALTY. 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