El Dorado High School - Riffle Yearbook (Placerville, CA)

 - Class of 1973

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Day by day students trod over the ground that past students and and do the same related things that their school ancestor e buildings, teachers have also traversed, walk and learn in the sam s had done. --1 K W K9 if -- 1 ,r .191 q A fy- tv' V . 1 3 Y. .J-7 fI.'f'l.2.fj-QQ, I: ,-..-,,,-.f .'---,jpg . :i'f':'-:w.:--- -.-.v ' .r1,' g '.f.8', .314 . w -,1, 3. .- .'-:T'F'P3-""1""' " ma --1"fLwn:.x X x ' 'xx 2 X T '11 D I '-'p , ,i4if+if'+ g ,sz-'.-+5--rg . ,.,..gJ, 1. , A' U - Y . .Q .1 - L' . uv z .,-,t 1 v 4 v ' v 4 W Ma' W Jn I 3,1-ff - K Mr 8 MU . ., 4' 'X ry ., x km 'B .A 1 K A 0 0 Us ,L - Mn W M , A.. ., xy? .-Q X Y Credits Editor: Mary Williams Assistant Editors: Terry Newlcirk Margaret Popadak Photographers: Tim Rowe Scott Lumsden Phillip Worthington jill Tyree L Cindy Atkins Frances Popadak i f , ,K"'V-1 J-fa 4 l ' 1-" kv an -untill!" --,,,..---Q Qmlhiiz mmm .... .... 1 Q .... .... 5 30 01gww5aTwws . . . . .50 Qgopaomows . . . .... .80 Qgpoills .... .... 1 00 gunwu . . . ..... 738 FRQMUA . . . .... 158 Mmm ..... .... 1 68 Qwmwfww . . . .... Q00 AMW .... .... ,Q 16 Whether talking on the phone or waiting for a rooters, bus, the campus provides us with a meeting place. Nearly all activities are centered around it. It is here, more than any other place, that friend- ships are kindled and memories gathered. 'QK 'sp- We will all graduate and go our separate ways, but we will never "leave' El Dorado. As time goes by visions may fade, but we will always remember quiet moments of confidence at the Senior Tree, or talking with friends while sitting on the lawn. We shall never forget our favorite moments at El Dorado. Times will change and people will change but memories will remain the same. '- B 'P '-,J A . 4 ' N ii ' 1 G .NSW 3 ER X .,F f ' "sf H -- fi . I ,I tl ...xl , L . ,-" ' I X 5' ., , I 1 A A I ,f .4 Q , ' ll' K K E' - . , ,' N '---J' f ......., -L yew 1 :- i I 'f 'N Q. 1 w U - f 1 --1 .' A F U '-5 6.4.4 4 'Yay 1 5 - - ' ri- x'iv,A'1 1-Rf ' " ' L1 I riff' I ' V V15 'Q' 4 , W 'QQ iT f' A. ' 3 A K, .' " ,H 1. 1 1 . 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These events symbolize the many activities that make life at El Dorado varied and enjoyable. enum' wiffixn W, n f E eii A , 's- fi , -f . t, 5,5 am an I: N1 LAW Q .... W- 1 .f, N 'M 'e 'f'. : ,'M 4' -' H 4 ,ni .x. ,,,,,v n A - , .' . fy gi , W --. A W A L u T ' V . , W, .Agp w ' ' 1 .f, lil!! 0800 I ICO V, .A cf' in -gf ,.,NM , 'mv i 'vu 1 Ai. W ' wmv 2 I - 1 . ,S g -, A ' Q it LLL. ,f" Q A . ,, U c u K -W .Q x ff? I sw , , - .. -.4 E 4 ,, Q f W Q 'H- Q- H 0 1: A E A 5 E if 41 J' 5 1-2 ' ls " . 'un' . Wk S 'Wx ff 4 I Qjpbwif CMAQ Cqwailffi KL' ,Zcing ggwzfag giionv ffioufivw 19" wx X. Homecoming caught stu- dents up in a flun ry of activi- ties and in a variety of moods. Pajama Day cau .. 5 X: S Q ' . ght Nancy I6 r i O'brien, Carol Rounds, Pam Robbins in some nightwear. At the teachers looked on ly as Mr. Garmire's "bobby rrs" satirized the fifties. rley Wigglesworth, Mike nson, and Katy Strangland lend their mechanical prowess the faces of jill Zaramskas, to the senior float mechanism. Dan Wzird, and others reflect The finished product is pic- the spirit of winning. tured below right. At the dance d fi','3 . -if 5 , t nl- nb fr I W ' v-Pdf A. 'X .54 -Q bv I iid! 7-Mill Qivlw at J Ott. .526 1 C X50 pc an Typical of Hi-Jinx madness, this year's celebration included the spooky haunted house and crazy class skits. There were all kinds of weirdos ranging from Mark Chris- tianson as a swingin' hula dancer to Connie Morton as a goofy clown. Shirley Gray, individual costume winner, raps with Doug 18 Activities th wil? Ah pq fnmmg rqilib-gmc I 7Q 'aKeman, as Kevin Shea, this year's honorary boy m ses with Connie Morton. Old Ma and Pa, C-Ianet d Sue Briggsj, with their modest attire, took first pl "cutest couple." The pumpkin-carving contest th the juniors as victors. '99, X R, 5, x A 5 4. . i . . 9 lx' ,f A -519-. f - T'. f ' ' . , -av , y 1 ,EV Vi if? " 4-'K' . . -1' fm f fu ,J f 5. 1 ' A i i F f .... I I- - I '1.. K yd-v.' f A , f E v W ., X, 1 if H ..-...M 1 .', ..'s . 1 Q fi? 'Rf , a- Fi 'aw-1-Q N ut- 'vs I 'gs N N ll V , 1 S I f ' 9 is N A 1 :ci 1 Y' ue" v-.,,,,,N 4 ,. ,- K Q 7 -- -4 A 4 5 . f W' ff-'-saw ne of the many activities at El do is its many football games, Patty Graf fcenterj shows a bit of the anguish that South Tahoe must have felt after we finished our game with them. I 'Ib,,s'R9ei tl' Among the many speakers that came to El Dorado this year was Sand Kross ftop rzghzj who told us about sex and dating. The General Electric foundation sent two of their representatives to the school also. Here one of them Kremer ley?j is showing us how to make rubber in 30 seconds. Not only did we have many assem- blies t is year but we had lots of ral- had rallies for the foot KW 'Q n rpuf football games, fbol- A the allies lots of different , .4 - . g 1 . .. ketball games and . I things ap ned like Sportscaster Marijane interviewing Doug Wake- man ffar IMQ and a group of beatniks fbollom rigbtj rocking out at a spirit week rally. s "" Activities 21 X43 X 'filming fpiofliifwnfu That is what nearly everyone who saw the play "Flowers for Algernon," said about it. The play was so well done that the cast received a standing ovation at almost every performance. The leading role of "Charliei' was portrayed by Kelly Gastaldi flop lmj, a 1972 graduate of El Dorado. ' W in 1 PY I if Hera ii - s Grim ,A x ' Q . 1 1 fx an V ... xx , c X3 5 ,, V., AR, -X X. ik. .1 X, 22 Activities Also appearing in the play were: Vernon Miller as Pu sor Nemur, ffar rigbtj, Kip Miller flzotlam fcjhj, who trayed Charlie as a child, and Cindy Wallen fbollom IQ Charlie's mother. HM QSM SEM, 0, QM tg 86 SIMM Awww alanrla Gladwill fTop lejtj made good use of her time her guitar on the front steps of the boys gym. fight: The students look very relieved to be able to to their classes after the school had been searched. here. a few of our English teachers display great pleasure at the thought of getting out of class. Many moods are reflected by the students as shown by their expressions. Botlom right: Some knew they had to make this time up and some didn't care. This page sponsored by CAMINO FOOD R CENTE Activities 23 This year's Christmas activities included- the Drama Department's Road Show, headed and directed by Mr. Gar- mire, and a visit by Santy Claus falias Doug Wakemanj who treated all the students to candy and other goodies from his "goody" bag. The Road Show, visited six gram- mar schools in the area, and featured two plays, "Wiggle Worm's Surprise" and "Mrs Claus' Christmas Presdentf' In "Wiggle Worm's Surprisen Cleftj Nancy Karabinus is the heroine who saves all the trees such as Nadine Hiller. """"""""""" "'Qu.,,4 " ' s s wa...-L--wwulnai Cl At the bottom left, are the woodcutters, the villians ,ring Marijane with her ax. In the play entitled " laus' Christmas Present," shown at the top right, laus CRita Hoernigj is being asked what she want: nristmas by Scott Francies and jim Stroud, the Chris ves. Santa Claus, CDoug Davisj listens craftily behinc lair. Cbottom rightj Doug Wakeman as Santy 6 'pressed his opinion about the whole idea of Christma Av J X N X 2 N IZ mbA. gs ' Q L 5 COHWIHQNILS 05,2011 Comma in 172951115 "1 Qsomdgwg QMUA inf me Qvwarfiw This year for its spring production the drama department tried something differentg instead of concentrating all of their efforts towards just one production, they broke it up into three one-act plays called "Variations" They presented them on March 15, 16 and 17th. The first of the three plays was "A Sunny Morningv starring Marijane Beig tions tree starri Righ betw hly and -Iim Feathers fTop MU. Second was "Four on a Scene" starring Rebecca Raine and Preston R fBollam MU. The third play was "It's Called Sugar ng Anne Evans and ,lim Stroud fT0p ngblj. At t some of the actors are shown making set preparati een plays. 26 Activities V nu ..,-KVM' . ....-11" S f 1, -4 -C .--QTS ff Sax: '?"'!-. Qgpvui Willy cgmpaaal ggoaliillnofi gm y activities highlighted Spirit Week this year. Top loft: Icy Skibo, Don Mosbacher and Billy Garrett get a charge f playing j.V. Cheerleaders. At the tricycle races Rich- iller and Lorna Dilts buzzed down the sidewalk while ds cheered them on. Bottom leyl' Our lovely basketball queen, Kim Wright receives her traditional roses from Lyle Herman, Dan Bol- ster stands proudly next to her as her escort. This was the highlight of Spirit Week. Bottom rzgbts Kevin Shea, jeff Burgess, Doug Wakeman, Charlie Wigglesworth, and last but not least Mark Christianson do a good impersonation of our songleaders. Q7 Activities 27 Qfgdliw WMM CM 9325 Sw, Sadie Hawkins is our school's first strike for Women's Lib. It gives the girls the opportunity to plan an evening for the man of their choice. Upper ley9: The crowd "boogies" to the music of Sparrow. Upper rlglatr The evening's festivities cap- ture the attention of Connie Morton, Marie Yurkovic, Terry Newkirk voted Lil' Abner and jim Fyfe voted "hariest 28 Activities M Es slr .y." Below 14519: Queen candidates Cherrie Inama, C orton, Pam Harris, and Marie Yurkovic, applaud as oran is named Miss Sadie Hawkins. Bottom right: 'ans and Dave Evans, in their matching costumes, ow dance. Church was ordained "Marrying Ministern for this year's Saide Hawkins. At Paul performs the rites of matrimony for Sue Moran and Phillip Harvey. r rzghts john Mosbacher, Sheri Smith, and Rick Linsen are "rocking out." rf right: Miss Boesch, straw in hand and deep in thought ponders before "Ye . Outhouscf' .3-if I3 I VK' ,S 3 4 m Q A I Q'-' il Q8 CC3tN gflilbm vim Cfwvhpllvj K ' S 4.-A -t K .. in . 1 ,, 5 wtf, , , K . ' NJ' A V,-.siege.,-.a-www-law:A , , ' , - r..,.W.a..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,u,,,,,aa., , 4 ' v' V - 'M -v f- .. ,,,. , ,, , t 15 . ,. ' nu , M, , 4, . L1 g . .ran ,V , ' l'i'T." 1 f The Freshman class arrived with the parting of the old, when the majority of the students were bidding El Dorado, as they knew it, farewell. Scared and timid they sat quietly in their comer at the first assembly as all incoming Freshmen do. But they grew bolder as the year progressed. And they will grow bolder and less timid still with the maturity four years can provide. lgfflflpg glfbhhww mb 86055 WGMHA flllll' -me ffl Quinlan fllwtiuig tffeliwilm Allen Carney Cruising in the main Jeanne Akin RnbertAllardice Sharon Anderson BreckArc1e l ll ll. Laura Albini jim Anderson Paulette Andrews Russell A" a S 532 N ae., FSI., 'Q- S . 1 - : 1 - ,Q I? "YL , 3' 'ire' N 321 X A Debbie Brink, Laurie Campbell, Debbie jobson, Lee Ann Hayworth, and Robert West were among the freshmen that fully attended the football games. 32 Freshmen 'flleb' Sandy Atkins 'lack Barber leisurely walks to class. Linda llnnfill Kirk Beane "3..,g- 6' QF Stephen Bennett Ray Bcrncl jim Berghenhollz Terry Blninclmril s-N, W' 'ilu' ri ,ass ITN "X :N.lf xv, X -.fg- B022lflll Rick Brzmsom l I Home Kafhlffn Brand Melanie Shroth takes time out to pose for the camera. Freshmen 33 Pam Brenneman john Brown Vicky Ybright scurries to class. Cgisric Bye nw lag, --., V! 1 David Carbine Rick Carlson Bob Carter QM' jim Pierce and Lee Comer gaze in wonder and awe at the many butiions belonging to Robert Hosea, 34 Freshmen Guy Charlton Bill Steve Cooper U? Qfjjf' ,- Mary Harris and Sue Duncan the ball to come flying over Q Cllblllffll Pam Cochran Q Campbell Rcncc Cocks These are mlghfl' COugf1fS?F to -nn-v if x J fr 4 1 X ig, W lx rr -, 5 QA C: Q' b . I ,, ! , -A Qy fx - . ki Erin Wilson and Sandy Atkins begin work on the float. Slmlv Cvfly Milf' DNN Sue Dawson Annclrc Dclfino Kgrrhy Dguxksglvngq Cheryl Dcloguh Freshmen 55 ,fljllling -ull' OSFILSOUL glfflghwzr aqgflllhuf K grams Barbara Dunluar T Du rrc-tt Darlene linyarr Kathleen 'fin 'Q 1 L Debbie DeMarco Teresa Dillard Curr Dilley Anim Dixon Brian Donahue 36 Freshmen ,al is Tl L v fl YT' Rvbfff DOOICY Kathey jones helps the group with the float. Cammy Douglas Bob Dowcllc Robert Duncan Susan Duncan lf' Tony Morris and Pam Cochran enjoy their ride in parade, Below: Kathy DeVorss plays at half time. museum-an QT.,- , XNF., B .- I5 . WH 4 fx! 1 Y' 1364? " S lizzcll Bnrhnrn Fnulk Cindy Figor Cheryl Farrington Debbie Filtz Terri Fish ,Joseph Fitzgerald ,loycc Fletcher Glen Gabriclson I I 'UU L .-. fi gf 1"" f ' A 1'3- W? . 15 l, V 'N 'Eli' 1 N., Tony Gauthier -lnnc Gcmmct james Gibson Kinzie Girairdin Kathy Glzms Freshmen 37 mama ga it Qian Dale Grind anticipates a fine time in P.E. Randy Graham Bret Graveline jill Granrhcm Randy Grcb Greg Green Dale Grind 'frm f Kelly Gross Marin Hainsworrh Susan Golcmon jeff Gossncr i Barbara Falk waits for the serve. Hammontls Karen Hayes Steve Henke Steve Hill Kara Houghtaling Mark Huston Hammonds Keith Hcislcr Susan Henly Henry Horton Anson House Orrin Hutchinson '47 H- 4 X ""7' wr-f ' if"' f 5 4 ga .il t A 'I the wrestling room, Chuck Zollars Elizabeth Blood and Debbie Brink engage in their early-monring warm-ups. ses to check out equipmcmi '71IiiC3lm of '76 SW! Cfwoup Q Stan Jensen Ferol Tom jcspcrson Carmen Willixtm Isaacs Debbie Ismail Richard james David jermstad Chuck Katleba Debby Kihs .an il M 1247. bl" .flbozfw You want I should break this chair over your head? asks -Joyce Below: At a class meeting, freshmen decide on class activities. 0 D013-3595.062 awagfae . n9'K9Z -,Xa 01032464 -if'f'.?f'ffJf'lf'5f'73X,,W fn ,y W Lancc Kramer Dana Krysrofe Sabra La bc son A In Karen Krause john Lair GUY I-Hn H l La QZIAZINUV Cllfzw gfqoll guy Hem me Georgette Icwis tX xl 'gn , Curtis Lomax Don Loaf ef" Kristine Mack Mark john Martin Tommy McCabe Denise Matlock David McCallister , Kathy Maxwell Teresa McDermott Above' Sue, Baufnann 42 Freshmen Doreen Klimovich, Pam cady to leave Mr. Purdy's class with sorrow and friends enjoy homemaking. McDowell Kathleen Meadows McWilliams Nancttc Mccks Meadors Scott Merkle ---Q Dixie Morclanu Kim Morgcn Kelly Moore Laurie Campbell toils in English. J Bomb scares almost became a part of thc curriculum. Freshmen 43 xl WW V, Q . 'Ke f N W-B1 i9'2Q31'if FQ' - in 5 Us , . , l' ,A 4. -.1 'i -av x ff- if Fai' NS k""vm. ' Ri if -A XX ,- ai . ' j Q , , K . n. X? 'Cy ' P Hi ku 2 fps 3-3" 'if ' 1 ,f ' 2 '55 . it , A .. E -ii: 4, , X YM ' Q L A K Q I y ? f .3-is uh : K P . kg in I . 'wwftlgf Si ' Q Mrs ' f' P' .5 xy A , 721 - 9 ., X .s-,, ,Q 1 l'1 10' egff' cape: ag-.fzo 95995969009 900906006 ,waooc I 5 , ' fg,eI7f. sagfi. 41 55" Q? A ,J 591,17 "4 ,, WW' ' Celeste Painter janet Payne Stan Paree Helen Peck Tony Pztterson Daniel Perry Ernie Peterson jim Pierce Joyce Pineda Carl jack Robin 1 I' Qs fer' C? Debbie Ismail reaches for some Some freshmen boys wait for the bell outside the gym after P.E. " in catsup with her "brown bag the hand. 46 Freshmen and Laura Redmond stand around in costume at "Hi Jinx." Rangcll ll Reed Rcichard Reinhardt Reynolds Tim Rhodes Pam Robbins Carol Rounds Preston Roundrree Madge Ruthvcn V ikd A 6- C., ,'. f I 1 K , 1 f Cheryl Rushing Gene Sargent Susan Schulrz Shiflci' SCO!! Freshmen 47 Chris Sentell Larry Sharpe Mark Shepard Vonnie Shane Kirstinc Shea Brian Shively Springer 'ifff' r 'N J Susan Liddicoat types, too . . . almost. 48 Freshmen Smith janet Payne learns to Becky Stcfanski james Taylor Sam Tcrisi Rhonda ggilbgrnov WM ffllwu Zffiwv Sing QM Gym 1'l'Lfl',TZdTf,il1Z? X'ZJ"TfliZ'In E 13"-5 ' 4lY'g 17-i -11' L sr' -GN, tri? 1-... 'Q r ur. .. . . ',. T7 gn--., Veerkamp Patricia Wehc Debbie Wheeler Erin Wilson leerkamp David Wetser Syvaina White Donald Wren ey Voss Debbie Wheeler Robert Williamson Chuck Zollars jannean Tumboo Ipfi Ven: any lafk ,lx N f K i x , ff--' . 4 nv '4 1 , 5 .... 7 , ' V 1 . Gale Abbott enjoys the snow. 1, f I 1' Freshmen 49 '-l-........1 dlwglibwllb awww Qfflhixuw fficivv 'Qui' ,m4, - L' Til? 5 ! People are often bound together by one common interest or talent . . . such is the birth of an organization. In such groups interest is cultivated, and talents developed. Consideration for others is encouraged, and the school year is made much more bearable to the student. Organizations strengthen individual character, and spawn responsibility to oneself and his fellow man. t Organizations may appear all fun, but hard work is often mingled with the good times. Many students tackle these tasks with admirable determination. Often times the only awards gained by this devotion is personal satisfaction. A great part in the history of E1 Dorado High School has been generated by the numerous organizations. Though a part of El Dorado nears destruction, the organizations which it held live on in the memories of its students. I4 f. I l The El Dorado Cougar Marching Band had some of its best talent this year with Leo Payton on trombone, Glen Cain on saxophone, and Kevin Sorbello on trumpet, all making California State Honor Band. The band also marched in the Homecoming parade and the Coloma Days parade, with Carla Pierson as Drum Majorette. 52 Organizations 9?wc!Wm1W930mLvfq,iww1li?3wt The fifty-five members of the band, directed by Mr. I- A die, are: Row 1, I to r: Ta my Miller, Faith Lun E in Combs, jean Potts, , and ,Ian Peabody 2, I to fs Luanne Pal man, Rhonda Conrad, ' Dermott, Liz Branscomb, Carol Land, and Michele R 3, I fo rx -,.. ..v. , ,By wk, T., , " , v . -. x 4 " ,- 1 1. val, 'gg .W ,, , 1 . v 1'-an ,,1:,yg,, :A m N' :-'.k , ' H . 'f.""'l,Y3' . f -'.' ' H".A2" 5 FY, K. f xwxx . -" ' 4 wf155fe?'i-J ,gg3?:2'1iE? :5f '-'rv-1-M' Q LN ,. 'S . '-"2""",' f .- """?g4-4.3 fgj,3ii4 ,, ' 1 -"' , ,.f' '25 ' by - 5' 1 ., 1 'JJ ' . K' M "ff W .W X W' ,NX . :7f'T,-I jx.f,.?'-Q 'Q s .it LIA'3 fl? :IE f , - , K b 7 ML... X A, ,.'v K 9 if-F!! lx . , A jx 'V .V K I he 1 -' ., 42 " - r :N ,1. 1 I f - 5- 2, 'R X 'I hs 7' I X - r " it ' .fic v : X ,- ' X f' ri m W .Q gf v G XE g'1g-W we f 'ff V 'Xj'jfi,6!k 4 JL- ffm ,L 21" ' ' 'YURLK Y ' 5 e . -,.. ' " QQ - V Q' ,Q f Q U f' A H, ,QF .-- 5 ,1 + ' ' 'M ,E U 1f'XLi LN Wx, I ' ,,.1 P -f yy' 1 N. , ,,. 1 4. ff ll , 'Q .Yy ' fy If ,F V It . M x XJ! N G , i "' Q 'Q . X U V K K ' Yf 4 l ' ' '71 -Q' ' . . , 4 X 4 , . . J 4 K Asif J' rv 1' "rl, I "' ' ' Q ' ' . '3' ' .WJ -'Sf ' '- " u 'an f L ach member brought a dessert dish from home. lieir other functions, they had a dessert smorgasbord The California Scholarship Federation had a large bership this year. To be in the CSF club, one must have a 3.5 grade e and a required amount of academic subjects. Th kes one field trip a semester to some place of educa d social interest. This year the club had a coke booth at one of the ll games to raise money for their field trip. As Teague, Robert Sheppard, Bob Hosea, Holly Ostiguy, Wendy Dezzani, Iviitzi Lucier, -Ianae Terry Sherb, and Brian Bradley. lflfliiil Tihfruitfs Qjofiify 'w,2wwflfO3p01fctlin1rJim lm llir Cgilivw. This club is highly regarded by colleges and universities. This year the club attended many tournaments and won quite a few trophies. In the picture to the left john Paiva discusses debate tactics with Dodie Howard as Margaret Parker, and Lorri Rosen listen in at a typical Forensics meeting. Some of those belonging to the Forensics Society are fback l. to r.j james Shidler, Terry Newkirk, Phil Worthington, john Paiva, Glen Cain. ffront 1. to r.j Margaret Parker, Marian johnson, Lorri Rosen, Lori Frye. Their advisor is Melvin Chap- man, MN l 7' "The Future Farmers of America" plowed through the year with a vari- ety of activities. Shown at right are Stan Spell, Nancy Thomas, and Russ Butler as they participated in the '73 homecoming parade. Later in the year the Farmers sponsored the annual Harvest Dance. With all the other meetings, field trips, and activities, they were very busy this year. Mem- bers werc: Row 1, I to 11' Donna Tombs, Dawn Owings, Sharon Anderson, Kelly Keller, Laura Albini, Deana Morris, Diann Mathews, Den- ise Stymeist, Terry Dillerd, Sabra Lamberson, Kathy Brand, Brian Nunns, Row 2, I to r: -Ienine Turnboo, Terry Durrett, Holly Turner, -IE Kulp, Steve Willey, Rusty Clingman, Harvey Darst, Don Marks, Rickey Hammons, jim Folger, Robert Dunear, Rvw 3, I to r: Ray Bernd, Chuck Zollars Greg Fluckey, Wayne Kolbazer, lim Rhodes, Allan Wetzel, Russ Butler, Stan Pardee, David Ali- cia, and Steve Linson. 56 Organizations f 4 X l Siam gm' rfiacwfna CMU, dlflang QGNUAR w Qlewww The El Dorado Choir gave many fine concerts during the year. On April 27th in the girls' gym they presented a pop concert which drew an appreciative crowd of music lovers. In May, the choir's major concert of the year, the Spring Concert, was received as a huge success. The choir also performed mini-concerts for the junior high schools of the area which feed into El Dorado. This gave the future choir aspirants a chance to see what they could be a part of. I to rj: Chris Sentell, Marla Mcadors, Anna Kenyon, Cindy Horton, Lill Charpentier, Pam Shepard, Lori Scariot, joycc Cundall, Maribeth Wakely, Teri Fleenor, Diana Howarth, Barbara Shackelford. KRow 22: janet Wunderlich, Sherie Gonzales, Sue Golemon, Kellie Moore, Celeste Painter, Pam Cocharan, Mickey Shenan, Wendy Flieger, Mary Foley, Connie Hoover, Leann Nichols, Cheryl Noetzelmann. fRow 3j.' Chris Hoover, im Crawford Louis Flieger jack Allardice Wayne Von Runnen, David Repetski, Nancy Flieger, Dixie Moreland, Barbara Garcia, Margaret ,I , , , Lanny Parks, Ria Worth, Carol Morrissey, and Debby Kins. Organizations 57 I 8 u is X X Q A's"- K A i 3 36 S 33 1 x " 6 15 Q ,. , . M ,H W 5 K' '-ffl ,Q was S K 5 'f- ' 'Q ua 5 will N A- JW- lp: X- ' 5 A- w 3 X QI ' 5 0 2 Q W .1 n2 L K' 10 f s 1 Q - .Si ' ' 'a R . nm. , Lrx' J 9' X S we 33: fa-f X 'L' 5 1 Y xhfif. L IW Q S-ff- r 1 Sei 5 w 1 sk . . N asufvg' A K 'P' 'N ' ' - ' WH I 's QQ X W . A 5 . vw -M - "' D fw- gg EQ ' , ,Q A. X 0 s A 1,i Y . f T Q I . A A - Asst. V NW' wx A Q I Q x Nx.f E :ggi XQ -' sfk gi ff 'iff Q8 5: Q! 1 'a-1" by vw I, :Li 0 J, 1 ,yi rw' sl 'X 'Fl-If , ?nUf ,QQ . 9" N61 HP 13 5 Xx ,f N X - 3' .4 . 5 , ff w"' f J 'f I 'xjgt-J f ' ' ,A f Q'f'V.f' 's I . 4.5 i g 'xf -, .I ,R V1 , Z 'iff .,..:,- A, 0 I A ' '-.Q . '+ ---fr - 1 Pl J. ' ,.f , gr, if '45' -' T' efchllfllfffilli Qjewiiivtzf qlD'l0Wl0U1f' tqrdbinrllonaf giwnrflffip nlie discuss plans for future projects. The members of . pose around the picnic table. They are IM lo right: eth Shackleford, Janie Carpender, Suzie Miller, Nancy man, Diane Paiva, Connie Morton, CPres.j, Dan Bol- alerie Brownlie, Mary Williams, Marion Eriksson and Thomas. Sponsor Teacher for the club was Bart Tam- My year at El Dorado High has been the kind of fulfill- ing experience that cannot be shared in the same capacity, it is an individual experience which is so great and rewarding that words can only leave fragments behind, I'm really grateful to the American Field Service for this fantastic and unique educational opportunity. I have a won- derful American family to thank for my happiness during my year abroad, as well as my parents at home for allowing me to receive this tremendous scholarship, the staff and students of El Dorado High for their friendliness, and the people of the community for their kindness and interest. lt's a year in which I have discovered many new things about myself and increased my understanding of people of the community for their kindness and interest. It's a year in which I have discovered many new things about myself and increased my understanding of people about me, and the association with other A.F.S. students has given me a great incentive to travel to other countries. Above all, it's just been so great living and being a part of a new and different community, and I shall remember and cherish my days at El Dorado and in America forever. Valerie Brownlie 3 - Organizations 63 The Spanish Club, advised by Mr. Piceno, was busy this year with their numerous rummage and bake sales. The club, though small, was deter- mined in their efforts concerning Spanish. The members were I lo r.' Paula Nelson, Marie Yurkovic, ,Ianae Stow, Karen Nicholsonn, Mr. Piceno, john Wunderlich, and Tony McGuire. The French Club has dedicated themselves to gourmet food by hand preparing dishes of French origin and culture. Their advisor was Mr. Chap- man. The members were: Scott Fren- cies, Don Mosbacher, Craig Vreeken, Mr. Chapman, Diana Card, Phill Worthington, Pat Riffey, Kirsty Tosh, ,Jinx Hall, David Cate, Mike McGee, Linda Nelson, Steve Baker, Laurie Campbell, Terry Newkirk, Ann Delfino, jim Sheidler, Dot Nun- ley, Scott McKinstry, David Holmes, janet Payne, Jeanette Webber, Sandra Tosh, Val Brownlie, Marion johnson, Doug Davis, Maribeth Wakely, Clar- isse Stetina, Kris Bolton, and Jody Ezzell. 64 Organizations 5 5- 4 -.,- X 'J J? 3 3 1 , S.. --J lid S , I 6 , f f - 'P - ' 5' ...3 'I' .. 1, . . ! . T ... , 1- 5 x . ...,-,.-- it x X -ltwvhtl' .y F emma eemiaqp quam sm Qsma gqiliuill M glwuwus El Dorado's junior Auxilliary Can- dystripers, sponsored by Mrs. joan Hughes, were very helpful to the patients at the Marshall and Mother Lode Hospitals. The Candystripers cheered up the patients with flowers, reading material and conversation while also doing small services that needed to be done around the hospi- tal. The Candystripers were: Cl. to r.j Debbie Womac, Marcia Leins, Merri- lou Eggert, Lisa Parks, Marion john- son, Tanya Halverson, Peggyjo Barn- hart, Karen Nicholson, and Mellodie Hubbard. This year's Trackettes were fl. to r.j Linda Harvey, Laurie Halcos, Bar- bara Dunbar, Carmel Arrunclel, jane Treat, Nancy Flieger, Cindy Horton, Marian johnson, and Ann Murphy. The Trackettes attended all of the track meets, scoring the placings of the track team members. 57 66 Organizations J , 'ws ,, ..,, , :Pu-4' 6 ei 1 'f . E. ,f 2 f' ' :L T .rx-'l , lA.r.',,V.,,l , .3 bil' l f 45.4 'if aj-ig vi 1 1 li! ' 'lf' 2 936966 63 Qtwmmm QM tg SEAM Block E is a club for the athletes who have earned their letter in sports. This year at homecoming, Block E sold buttons to raise funds. Mr. Lamar Fairchild was their advi- sor. At bottom: Block E members observe a rally. jun above: The camera catches jack Allardice listening at meeting. To the left are some of the members. L. to 11: jeff Montgomery, Willie Rupley, jeff Tuttle, jeff Bunch, Stan Spell, and Dan Ward. 1 .LLL i"'T"" ffalnoiwy tffulrts fcpmuiflzf Jlffow mmf Jfflqualz gifefp NJ .W-3: L 1 v4',,Q mfg' This year's library aides were numerous and helpful. A few of their jobs to check books in and out, place returned books back on the shelves, and damaged books. Belonging to this g oup were KIM to rigbtj Brenda Cross, Steve Nott Folger, Melody Hubbard, Rich Atkins, Chuck Baldwin, Bob Huffman, Mari Burleson, Diana Card, Mary Hardie, Becky Ratcliff, Diane Paiva, Peggy Ro -Iean Bye, and Debbie Betts. ,Qi 68 Organizations all gm tjlflwwlieil Qlieiw CWM, lb gat dfgoiomw to-X Club, a group of motorcycle enthusiasts bonded er by a common tie, channelled their interests in cross bike racing. This year's Moto-X consisted of Rich- orthy, Terry Hicks, Doug Veercamp, Rusty Char- Brad Bismuth, and Tim Christainsen, sponsored by ranger. Large drill team this year consisted of 31 girls and oached by Mrs. Bonnie Lincoln. Through hard work much practice the style in their routines came across as marched during pre-game and half-time of the football asketball games. The drill team also marched in the a parade and came away with a first place prize. The rs of the team were: hh. Lew! 9 Cfifioib-Qf Qiiiln WWA Svifliwswisliu uilwtilj G-fm Swim, gglliiilg Sandy Randal, Mary Lou, Sandi Butts, Lori Scariot, Chris Howell, Sue Gan ret, Captain, Row 2: Gail Wylie, Joyce Paedrone, Wendy Dezzani, Marion johnson, Terry Teaples, R010 31 Rene Murchason, Linda Neri, Jane Treat, Cindy Horton, Karen Katlieba, Terry Searle, Lisa Parks, Anita Trahan, Row 4: Cindy Sanders, Barbara Dunbar, Deana Mathews, Lynn Robinson, Lori johnson, Kathy Parker, Linda Harvey, joan Pierce, Row 5: Lynn Car- tier, Midge Deter, Edna Spcir, Nancy Flieger. ilgl' Cl ,,,Q... Organizations 69 HEUAKMIZIIIA cqnapiwl Qwgwts Tb The Baskadettes this year were Cleft to rightj Mari-anne ,Ali-vqQ,,,, Burleson, Darien Davis, Kim Wright, Paula Baer, jean Bye, Tammi Thomas, and Wendy Flieger, and Janice Manard. Fran! row: Linda Youel, Joni Edison, Gail Wylie, jill Zar- amskas, Kristi Bolton, and Mary Hardie, with Mr. Fairchild as their advisor, Cnc of the Baskadettes' jobs is to record the number of shots by each player as shown here by Tammi Thomas. Baslcadettes Paula Baer, Kim Wright, and jill Zaramskas watch the basketball game with excited interest. eg' Qjttlmt GMM FBUJAL 9Qffo'uif The '72-'73 year started out great with a stu- dent council which solved many major prob- lems. For the first time in three years a student handbook was put out. Also, the student coun- . i "' F 96.41 .--1 cil established the foundation for a House-Sen- ate system, to replace the past student council system. This year's student council also made progress in plans for a new student council building to be built next year. At bottom are the student council members. They are fleft to rightj jill Granthem, CFreshmen representativej, Miss Boesch, fAdvisorj, jeff Montgomery, CVice-Presidentj, Doug Wake- man, CCommissioner of Publicity and Enter- tainmentj, Mary Williams, CPresidentj, Victo- ria jackson, fSenior representativej, Mark Ful- ton, Uunior representativej, Denise Cook, QAssistant Commissioner of Financej, Valerie Brownlie, CForeign Exchange Studentj, Wendy O'Meara, CSecretaryj, and Dan Ward, CCom- missioner of Financej. Not pictured are Dan Bolster, CStudent Director of Athletics, and Scott Gruwell, fSophomore representativej. 71 Symphonic Band is composed of thirty-four members. This band is more advanced than the concert band. It is larger and many of its members also belong to the march- ing band. The symphonic band members, directed by Mr. Harvey Addie, who took Mr. john Terry's place, are listed below. The Concert Band, also directed by Mr. Addie, is a smaller band, however, very capable as many of its mem- bers also belong to the marching band. Members are: fR0w 1, I lo rj: janet Riley, jean Potts, Erin Combs. fR0w 2j.' Rhonda Conrad, Kathy Devorss, jennifer, Fleming, Liz Branscomb, Ray Bernd. fR0w 3 js Tom Herberer, Linda Dez- zani, Lee Comer, Greg McClaskey, Linda Nelson, Barbara Falk. fR0w 4j.' Shawn Carpenter, Mary Harris, james Nel- son, Kevin Kopping, Mike jones, fR0w 5 j: Kirk Beane, Leeann Flickinger, Robert Hosea, Mr. Addie, and David Bush. Q20 Qovwei and Qggmpgsnw 9301115 Quadra fR0w 1 I lo rj: Tamara Miller, Faith Lumsden, jan Peabody, Luanne Palkman, Peggy Puthuff. KRT 2j.- Mary Dugan, Vem Maceiko, Michelle Amo, Carol Land York Kane Kenworthy, Kathy Strickland. fRow 31' Tom Poust, Glen Cain, David Muir, Charles Qtermer, Karen Cassell, Hilary Atwood. fR0w 41' Kevin Woodrlng Doug McClaskey, Art Burkhart, Larry Hamilton, Brian Dunbar, Terry Sherb. fR0w 5j: Bill Barineau, Dave Farris, Craig Vreeken, Mike Keyser, Leo Ray Herberer. K Row 6 jf Mary Foley, john Bosch, Leann Nichols, and Mr. Addie. 72 Organizations lam, QSTIIQL 93ml QW at wfgam El Dorado Stage Band had fine talent directed by hn Terry. Members of the stage band are: L to rx a Miller, Laurie Bredeson, Faith Lumsden, Sarah Blair, Carla Pierson, -Ianae Stow, Larry Park, Hilary Atwood, David Muir, john Bosch, Mike jones, Tom Poust, Terry Sherb, Craig Vrceken, Larry Hamilton, Glen Cain, Leo Pay- ton, Kevin Sorbello, Ray Heberer, Cheryl Stermer, Doug McClaskey, Gary Woodring, Mike Keyser, and Charles Stermcr. XX ,L 1 XX XX . ! l t iv 9 gil: Organizations 73 vc, Cllib fwa esigiga Jimi, ,cami Key Club is a non-profit organiza- tion, aiding the community and school. They earn money with con- cession stands at many school activi- ties, donating the money to such worthwhile groups as the Cancer Society. They also aid other clubs to earn money. Below, Phil Harvey sti- fles an itch during a meeting in Key Club advisor Curtis Bolton's room. The club's officers talking at the pic- nic table are fbattom righlj Treasurer, Kevin O'Meara, Vice President, Phil Harvey, Secretary, Bob Parisi and Bob Huffman, President. Though their activities are usually serious, they staged a fun-filled road rally, which was opened to everyone. 7-M X . u!1" The event had quite a turn-out, as the Club members directed cars all around the countryside in search of clues. Below, Chuck Baldwin directs Racy Rita Rasin to the track, as Bob Huffman frlghtj explains the route to a participant. 74 Organizations -M "Wu 'P'm.,,, I Wig , gs"-'rfww J ' i'Vmmmw-,,, 'A K.- s lx." A v 4 0, M' .K . , Us . . J 13 A. A ini?-If -fig fan ' 4 f -Q- ,Q . -,, bv. l A -.. an X- 'V ,314 '5 Q35 eg, i . x" W J 9454 Qnfn, xi' 4- ' " ' ,' ' 'xv-., V T , :ff Q ' 4 , . X W . r ' ' 1 o h 1 i,"" 'Tm' ' I 'S Qi t y.. if 1. ,1 ' f g. f" ' , ., ' , fl ' f-. - rg 'Ms 1 - . I"+"fT W me X q-5 E 1 Q ,Q AV Y-37' "1 X Q, Q U . H4 . L W it 8 an K. - V 5 K . 1 ff' . 1 I U ,Qs .Aw ,f U, ti I f L ,..6y .N:M hV-, W V b A ' ' . -. ' .QM-'1"if'I'f"':2's"x'k': 1 L'-af " , 1 -. '- v f . ' ls- ' -1. .X - 1. W Q-.s- 1" .9 --., A--. ., , D, ig., , .qjia , .ageeh .A 5. '. . Auf. K, -.ill-I, ,' - 1 Ay pi . It b. M gh, 1, , n , . xZ.+1.h-E3 1.3,-in U, - fr. , ,- J . -'P Aff'-'fy-A A .WT ,ff-EA ' zqzdx' F" ' V 47 VA X , ' ' ' fry' '-A , N, 4 ' -KZQ I .QV J sm, B 'VM' 7 .M - - :?e'ffwX J-if wf ,l iwdgx :YN ff f ' 'N '1 x m- ,fx ff. in '--wr-w- 1 fm '."' 51 f "" y XXX . S N- I 52, fig M ,- ,-. ,F - K 1: gf ,J O C lpitfhilflfilu CMJ f0'll UI This year's President's Club was making an all-out effort towards the betterment of all clubs. They had many meetings and discussions on matters of participation, constitutions, and attendance. In this group are: to nj Erin Combs, Fresh- Lori Frye, Sophomore Williams, Student Coun- Eriksson, German Club, fbdfk row, L man Class, Class, Mary eil, Marian Heidi Burrnett, G.A.A., and Kathy Payne, Girls' League. From row: Tony McGuire, Spanish Club, Phil Harvey, Senior Class, ,Ioe Whitty, Superna- tural, Bob Huffman, Key Club, and jeff Tuttle, Block E. Al XM are pic- tured President Phil Harvey, Vice President Bob Huffman, and Secre- tary Marian Eriksson. 76 Organizations r - I - ' - is 35' . Q- f- l-.jfevwgi ,, , -SWL T' - -mfi -, dai in 'LMIQSSN K, 5. f Fu X In x 1 , . 5 X ul f I af I, Q if "Q:L.a,, A - - ff--' 5 ' Q 4 waoamaqctxab-'H-A ' 1 '14 gy, w ix V H-:f...... Qyg, f N " ,,,,.,.,,---' . - ,,.' -,A.fMy""" xxx ,. - . . 4 1 I u 6 F X .. 9- 3, .X . - K - V- 'i'i.?w"1 wg-,,,., 2 Y 5 .Sul ,nt I i.- I. C -iv . . .,' I .,,, I f 1 J I .Y """'-fx is X do fa F 924443 QWQW QM G.. The year's Riffle had its largest staff, which proved to be an asset. Increased sale and ad solicitation allowed the staff greater use of special effects. At right, teacher aide Debbie Buckingham takes roll. Photogra- phers Cindy Atkins and jill Tyree work with their equipment. Oppo- Jile page: junior Editor Carol Carter works on her lay-out. Opposite page far right: Sports editors Bruce Pickard and janet West confer with Sue Briggs on pictures for their section. Below, far IW: Mr. Prengel, Margaret Popadek, Mary Williams, and Terry Newkirk, the executive council, meet. Below right: a somewhat shy Tim Rowe hides from the camera. 78 Organizations -+5 SX .W x I 1 gb ik- .. MM- ,A 1 g i ITV F5 gif U- u y 1 ' 3 s' V f fx x f 4- I bg., V' fr .12 i it If ' :ifii d . l Q K J silk ,I 1 2: li , :"" 2 .- I f , 1,,g.m. j Lf 3 c QQ 5 4 f1 A sb Q V Q i f Q : 1., I 5 Sn 5 9 . 1 , 0 . 0 Q 0 I1 D f 0 ' 11' -X " L' Q 'bs .Au-W, Ru-1 ,L Y '- Q Q . r Q 'Q 'P Q' E P, - I . , 1: , Q , , 1 Y A 3.4 . -4 W 1 . A AN-f.. Zmwwi ddmwflbn Qgopfbnww Four years are spent within its walls But few people ever stop to look. Day after day, rushing through the halls, Past a blur of faces, a mountain of books. The memories made here must last all life long Isn't it a shame to remember them wrong? Faith Lumsden Gary Abel Tricia Allardice gr-r Hat day has many participants, including Carmel Arundel. 82 Sophomores fjopgqnwios CUZILUIV' H ws. ,V f. fix ,f -N 4..- rv Q'- X Gary Anderson Linda Armstrong Becky Arroues Carmel Arundel Judy Ault Alice Ax Yvonne Baer Steve Baker jeff Ballinger Mike Barbeau Dianne Barber Bill Barineau Wocmdy Barringcr Debby Bateman Kimberly Baremon Carolyn Mark I N .r - fl Donald B- ie ri Cheri BCL Tom Bi RF ,A Mike Brinkman Frank Brown Roxnnnaa Brown Bob Buist Diana Brown Kevin Brown Milif BIOWDC jeff Burke vw.: R71-' qv- 1' "W S. 0--Q Blaickbu rn Blackensop Bolster Kristi Tim Susan Boyer -Iudy Bradshaw Dave Brnhm pp Slides keep the attention of Mary Ehlman and Vickie Lovelace. Ugg DJ f T' Uv , 0 O RQ ,ii Z5 QOQDS 0,09 ff QBEO ao X Sophomores 85 -fl- Mari-Anne Burleson Ross Burnett Tom Butler Ray Butler Russ Butler 84 Sophomores vv bv! O7 I iq 93? X I ,- ,sf Sandra Butts jean Bye Steve Bye Glen Cain jay Campbell Qgpviif qfifffll ggooiis Stacey Carbine Fnnklin Carpenter Rusty Clingmzm Keith Com Tick C3flS0l"l David CHIC Doria Coffman Fred Cook Francean Carpenter Tim Christensen Sonya Collins Craig Coo li 'Yr' The Spirit o v 5 N .uw A S, '.-lv 1,2 rally holds the interest of many Sophomores. Corcin Paul Crawford Cornelius Linda Cross Cotricr Troy Cross inn, QQ, 'Y 9, xl? L Q The Mutt Masher captures first place in thc float contest. l Vx an-fy fr f. l fhw jeff Cross Connie Davenport Dcbrxi Davis .KN 5 Doug Davis David Decker Bryan Deming X...-V 'sa 'rr-sf 'fp Wcncly' Dczvnni Colccn Douglls Bryon Dilts Mnry Dugan Christine Dixon Carri Dunn Sophomorcs 85 Qgpihif QMIQ Cpwovidm of Peggy Graf smiles for the camera. 86 Sophomores glblvlf qplllbuih I l 'ft' -v '5-n.,., 1 l 1 i Rick Dyer Steve Eddy Laurie Edgman Mary Ehlman john Elkins 'xx Sz m England uri Escobar R lph Eslick if dy Ezzcll :rry Faifcrck A ,L jim Feather Vicky Flir Wendy Flicgcr Maude FIJ Debbie Flint Paul Floy 1 1.5 A... Lx-f. says Sophomores aren't hard working? Foley Liszi Foy Bruin Frazier Mark Gabcl Fox Scott Frazier Rick Frirzzmeir Imma Gall Fox Carol Franzi Larie Frye Billy Garret: Emi rv v If Dennis Gonzales Sherrie Gonzales Terry Gibson Peggy Graf Karen Glans Mike Greb janet Golden Scott Giuwcll Rose Gonzales Bob Guerrero Sophomores 87 Arlo Guthrie Tommy Haas Desires Haas Linda Hainsworrh SZ? Laurie Halcos Fred Hall Hamilton Hamy ,".x Y. Q lv --N.. inf 5 A , 1 -Av "Class Favorites" Don Mosbacher and Carrie Dunn show the real Sophomore spirit of friendly faces and happy smiles. 88 Sophomores Q--v D9 25 '1 xi N, jerry Hansen Lori Hanrzia Mary Hardie Marchele Harris Linda Harvey Q., .Ma Rusty Haugc Ray Hebercr Carl Henderson Greg Hemp: Mary Hcntcr bs: 11' fini 5 ,nil f 'V"'A ice Herrmann nrd Hcrzoc Lf Hcuser ric Hill y Hill ffl "-li e Diane Hilligas Diiinn Hogue Margaret Hohn Diana Howarth Chris Howell rr V -'Q' Y.,-MQ .X qw... I J ' I Dennis Hubbard Timothy Ingles Stephanie Hubbard Yvonne Ismail Kenneth Hughes Clanence jackson Steve Huntsman Debbie .Incobs Philp Husak Kathy -Iacobs Ann Murphy looks forward to a game of Field Hockey Currie -Iensen D.ivc -lcnscn Sophomores SO Sophomores Work on Projects in Art class. nun... 111, '- A" 3 R J W ,mar 'ff fiQ1'i 'vn- .1 Danehe jensen Marian johnson josephiine Keenen Anna Kenyon Mike jcnscn Norman jones Pat Kelley Robe 't Kenyon Eddie johnson Terri jones Karie Kcnworrhy Mike Keyser Zi ff Gary King Larry King Margaret Klorz Vicki Knight Pat Korzan v-.Q '. Dean Kulp Mike Kulp Tracy Ladner Valerie Laicr jeff Lamatrina t-.9 in C gilll K fgfglill QSOPKOHIOWIS Brent Matthews Tyrone Mazur L. "m' CJ ?Q , XN Lnuriccllzi l Lawson n Leary y Lenhart Lewin Lorcnclia Lewis Chcry Lillie Dale Lindstrom Steve Linson Chris Long 31 QW 'Z' -Ieri Long Rusty Long Vickie Lovelace jim Lucicr Faith Lumsden fo K Don Lusclc Burt Martlen Scott Martin Theresa Martin jean Mathcny Keith Maxam Debbie Mtfahc PQ 5-,.,. b' 2' , Renee Murchison shows off her part of thc winning float. 91 Qilopgcmwws QKZGQLWL qwevv Qgulnljwll Pat Meyer Casey Morris Robert Miller Carol 1' I Tamra Miller Dovid Fred McCollum Mike MCGee Scott McKinstry Kathy Meek Sheri Moore Renee julie McComas jim McKenzie Michelle Mead Mike Meschi Tina Moran Ann Murphy 9-...-'I tw :7S K Ymfp -+..,.,,- hs. Slides hold the interest of Bucky Skibo and Scott Gmwell. 'P""' ave w., ,,, Murr ly Na Nef Nelson Ne ri P? iv Ley Peter Nerwinski Duke Newkirk Leann Niehols Phyllis Nlrhols ,Inner Nilsen xv- Scott Gruel and Walter I-Ieuser find girl watching easier on a full stom Valerie Nomer Dean Olsonj ach' Steven Noir Diane Owings Dorothy Nunley jim Owens Dave Parrish Becky Peterson Nancy O'Brien Diane Paiva ,Ian Peabody Celine Pierre Dave O'Halloran Lorraine Parks Michael Perry jerry Pierson i x w 'TAT' 5 -s... 1 'in'- .f uf' Q. X 'PQ I. P r Q-4. 9.1.1- ,fl X X 1 Kenny Pierson Paul Porter Beclcy Rarcliffe -Iayann Pitcher Karen Powell jackie Reed Michael Pollen jim Price Karen Recd 'Q-Q, Reeves Rcinhart Repcrski Sophomores keep busy worki their float. Q37 or il' Debbie Reynolds Taryn Riffey jim Rhodes Dru jamie Richarson Kathi Paula Riclcner Mark Brenda Riffey jerry igo Ross Lupe Sanchez Cherie Savage lor Scrtriot Nixe Schell Ann Scott T7 'x Roger Scripoch Rick Sears Kathy Sentell Charles Sept Barbara Sharkleford Mickey Shecner Scott Shenefieltl Pam Shepard Terry Sherb ,Iudirh Schultz S, sig Z- 1 B f '4 1.',,,J 'Sr QQ. ', it 4' Y ,f f, .AX Etta Shumaker Jim 5im4'flY Yhrl "W Vickie Flint expresses the exuberance felt at the three olelock bell. Sopliomores 95 Steve Boswell runs a sander in shop class. Chcrly Simmons Michael Scaggs Laura Skelton Phil Skibo David Smith Shelly Smith Stacy Smith Bill Snyder Doug Spear Diane Steele Sheryl Stermer Scott Stielem William Sterns Clarisse Stetina Brent Stewart Micha Kathy Denysc Richard Terry el X f Y. S 'Ia 2 ,lil 5. wr--.,,, jean Bye escapes through the emer- Ns., gency door in her bus. Wendy Trenalone Thompson john Tumboo Holly Turner Pam Turtle james Tyrge -qua' 1 - 3 -1. rj, r, Kevin Vearer Craig Vreeken Brad Visman Nancy Wakeman Linda Vouel Eric Walker A Peggy Walker james Weidman Laurie Walton Bill Welc Edith Wehe Chris Welrer vi, if 5-il? Sophomores make plans for the coming year. Sophomores 97 julie Welter White Mane Wilbur Katheen Wheclclon Jeannie Wilkinson Whitmire Robert Wilder Steve Whiteside Linox Wilinson je -Q' fb new , Oeiblmem llCBla' Ccjwgovwf . . . cgiveiyonfi miie 1112600 l4'0'l0d' KLM df 0104811 onff . . . NVQ N 'M 1 1"' U K I Mark Berger enjoys working with Wendy Trenalonec motions for quiet while working on the switch Clay in Art Class. 98 Sophomores Keith Wright janet Wunderlich Steve williams Mike Wilson Karen Reed gathers books for her Mark Williams Martin Wrzesinski next ClilSS. vcr? 1' 'mv x ta ore class officers are: Lej? to right: Gail Wylie, Secretary, Walter Heuser, Julif Wwlmln ghil vg'Z"hl'f3'o" rer, Lori Frye, President, Kathleen Wheeldon, Vice President, and Nancy Jlm Wonhty mg ngm an, Class Representative. Sophomores 99 1 YIM gwif qlfelili .,,f,'-M 'qt A "It's not whether we win or lose, 1r's how we play the game," lu Fairchild, Piceno, Ebbe, Scanivino l They all said the Ysame -- Bur, if we lost, "Alas, Alackf' it was "20 lapw around the track." HURRAH for the meets and the games we won t 'cause going that was-. really fun' l and the ones we lost. will soon he forgot, tor the had things in life well remember not, No toatht- vu 'rc with vou thru' thick and thin' tht huh muh l--Qing get out there and W1-LIE!! t onmc Morton 1 i. Lef" Kevin O'Meara and Spencer Weston ready f kic as off at South Tahoe. Below: Bob Huffman ready t hannon Strange and Will Biggs clear way. Top Cougar defense provides path for Rusty Bolton. Cen! Shannon Strange eludes Placer defense. Bollom rigbl: gars congratulate each other after victory. I .113 'fl' lf.. x I ' Q U Q 1 C U , , 2 f,"":i R 1 .U-U: zoo: zno: n3"3 :"z,l Q l V Q v -v Q s o 1 o o 1 o o o Q 2 V ll In 1 z : M: Q z-ov: :Q-U: zoo: :Hi :..' rf ,f - ann: 2415271 ' I 'zoos gong? 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'MBV "lu if L ' ' Ei' ' ,'JAyfL' 'H' "2a. . z' atl.g " V'-In 4 Fran! row, IM Io righl: jim Meyers fAssistant Coachj, Marvin Sides, Rod Nerwinski, Wakeman, Mark Christensen, Randy Piceno, Dave Edwards. Second ww: Kurk Dollarh Stan Flickinger, jay Winkler, jeff Burgess, Chuck Baldwin, ide, Kurt Ault, Dudley Baggerman, john Vardanega, Bill Pat: Kevin O'Meara, Spencer Weston, Barry Wilkinson, jeff Boggs, john Mosbacher, Larry Reed, jack Allardice CManagerJ, Randy Dugger fManngerj. 'Hair Bruce Ebbe CAssistant Coachj, Gary Kenworthy fAssistant Coachj, Bob Huffman, R s Kozalka, Shannon Strange, Dave Herman, Don Reddin, john Riley, Phil Harvey fManLIgerj, Ken Scanavino fHead Coachj. 102 Sports ty Bolton, Lyle Herman, jim Fyfe, Phil Chandler, Will Biggs, 1523 nb '- . A-, P . ' 5' Vs . . f , I x I - lr 0 , .xii , .,. weft. 5' I 'B 7 A fx s f " 1 s54f' ' v 1 U' I x , u s if f X 0 C 4' X1 UN I uf ' ,ix , ,X . Q . 55 "' . ' I ,, fl 1 l -if N? J, Again, the weather proved their undoing, and they suc- cumbed to the Bruins 7-O. The Cougars captured a fourth place league standing and were proud to have five repre- sentatives win all league honors: Chuck Baldwin, Rusty Bolton, Lyle Herman, Don Reddin, and Shannon Strange. The '72 season proved an exciting one for the Cougars and an entertaining one for the true blue Cougar fans who fol- lowed their exploits. Rllghff Gallant Cougars charge onto field for warm-up exer- cises. Below: Bob Huffman fights for yardage as Dave Edwards blocks. Bolmm right: Pass completed to jeff Boggs for a first down. 104 Sports '40- 'ilx "V we . i , . N. X Kggf- 'I 4"'. fi 3.54 T '..,,.:m'. .. - fu as , s - A: f .."'- ' ' I - ..., N 'K -.4 . . xv Lf ' 1 . K ' ' fl?-Is'.l if 1 .. 1. ' A .-.3. . -t W- ' c. 1 N P c ,a.,,,...x.,., we wx-f-rv if-...Y B 4 - 5 ? qlle 58035 Fllfgo UT iuiappen ui, law la riglvlx Pant Meyer, Tom Butler, Bernie Shane, Ed Willey, Walter Heuser, Bill Garrett, Rick Cortez, Bill Weir, Fred Cook, Daivitl Parrish, kibo, Rick Fritzmier, Kevin Veater, ,Iciy Pierson. Swann' row: Fred Hall, Scott Shencfield, Keith Wriglit, Dave O'HaIlomn, Mike Grcb, Bah Turpin, Gee, Dave Bolster, Lee Howard, Steve Williams, jim Rhodes. Third row: Paul Van Iirclen fCoachJ, Tom Biggs, Norman jones, Pnit Kormn, Don icr, Rick Dyer, Steve Bye, Tony Iniuricellzi, john Reimers, Ray Butler, Steve Mercer CMnnagerJ, -Ion Lemenager CCtmthj, Ieonartl Wliittiiirt- fMzin- 4 X BMSB wi 1 -I Q 'X Keith Wfigllf CICHVS WW for Pat Korzan. Spirited -I. V.'s enter field in hopes of victory. Sports 105 -v A N X i '. Q . .-Q Q. ng' NE? '59 f 0 P A 57 C . Q 40 BY Blu 4 J -R .J A my , Y 1 i"g We N 5, rattut- Jia. r -div M 9,1 -1".v?'h A W gk J' "' --q.,. - f ""14'Qn-1.4, wN"""h.a. ..,, .af 4 4 mia. Qsewsom Gltllmgwg The Frosh started their league season with a 12-6 win - over Folsom. The Cougars continued their offensive, scor- ing sixteen points, while the defense allowed only six South Tahoe points. The following game against .Iesuit proved the most exciting, battling to a 6-6 tie. The Cougars came back the following week to defeat Galt, 12-8. The last game of the season ended with the Cougars falling to Ponderosa, 6- 14, ending the season with a 3-1-1 league record. Frosh ball carrier fights his way through for touchdown. Center ltjfis Cougar back moves in for the tackle during scrimmage. Belvw: Frosh ball carrier runs into tackler. .1 r' C Asst Coach K. Gastaldi, K. Carpenter, T. Hebberer, T, Kinkaid, W. Isaacs, S. Cooper, D. Parks, S. Keeler, T. - - .- - D. Wetzel, T, Patterson, B. S. Friddle, J. Nelson, Coach G. Pierotti. Middle row: D. Newton, R. Barrentinxe, D. Tavis, D. Grind, A. House, C. House, K. Creb m P. Roundtree, D. O'l-lalloran, T. Archulerta, S. Bennett, B. Shiveley, Coach D. Gautshi. Bollom row: . Greenlaw, M. Raynalds, R. Teresa oms D. Cornwall, R. Washabaugli, L. Anderson, E. Peterson, M. Dixon, B. Springer, R. Ellis. Sports 107 Qian Qvunllty Zallilill by cqrulwvlfliing This year's cross country team ended a very successful season, both as a team and as individuals. The Frosh-Soph team placed first at Mar- ysville, and the junior team placed third, out of eleven other teams, at Nevada Union. In Golden Empire League competition, the Frosh and junior teams placed third in their respective divisions, while the Varsity team captured a fourth place. Right: Keith Shea readies for a meet. Far right: Kevin Shea putting it all together. Below: Bill Langford strives to overcome his opponent. Cenler: Curt Lomax takes advantage of the slope. Cenler righl: john Horton slows for a hill. Botlom 1572: Cross Country runners at the start of a race. Bottom right: Don Arundell and Lloyd Peter- son coast down a slope. "--.i v .xNir.qQ, 'f If N .Q-'Q ' ij, , , , ,. -'I 5611. as 12 1' 108 Sports v For the first time in six years El Dorado had four medalists at the sec- tion meet, Curtis Lomax, john Hor- ton, Lloyd Peterson, and Don Arrun- dell, These runners were rated among the top thirty runners in their respec- tive divisions out of over one hun- dred High Schools in the Sac-Joaquin Section. Bill Langford leads the pack. Center IM: Lone runner "Truclcin' on." Below: Kevin Shea, Dan Bolster, and Dan Miguelgorry warming up. Top row, lzjfl In rlghli Don Arundell, Lloyd Peterson, Dan Bolster, George Yurkovic, john Horton, Kevin Shea, Dan Michaelogory. Mid- dle row: Rich Hubbel, Carl Henderson, Ken Hughs, David Cate, Ray Heberer, Mike Yurko' vic, Keith Shea. Hallam row: Rich Allardicc, Marc Ezzcl, Larry Sharp, Bill Langford, Kevin Kopping, Henry Horton, Missing from pirlures Curtis Lomax, Steve Grogan. Sports 109 BASKETBALL SCORES Oakmont Nevada Union Colfax Kelseyville Tahoe-Truckee Rio Linda Calaveras Amador Folsom' Casa Robles Galt' South Tahoe' Ponderosa' Jesuit' Marshal Folsom' Galt' South Tahoe' Ponderosa' Jesuit' 'League Games OPP. 50 48 44 60 48 56 70 31 32 59 45 53 38 71 53 46 51 54 39 32 Bari naw I-n 'Coach Vladimir, Fred Vogt, jeff "Muscles" Montgomery, Lyle Front mw I-n' jeff "Poke" Burton, Mark "The Pearl" Spindlcr, Rusty "Flash" Vardencga. Noi pirlured are: Scotty "The joker" Lumsden, Terry "Animal" Newkirk 110 Sports Herman, jeff "Lefty" Tuttle, Ray Butter, Phil "Hands Spencer "Quicksilver" Weston, Steve "Floater" jobson, john "Ripper" Rasmussen, Dan "Kirsten" Ward. f-J x 4 ,I , LY - if! nm W f" 1 n ,K 'Q .',, ,nr X F . l , . 3 sam, f I I , "' A v if 'Q 1 - i' - hm' I ay nl' 4' A Q J! 2 ' 'N . 'M SM .Q N .. X15 T x A ,, .GN W, :.' ff I 'Ti Z j Xa' MK " 6 Q . iv' s 1- -, N-.J Z X . , r K K E? R . Ke: 1. .4 1 1. 5? L if 'bi -f '-1 -.4 11 1 "' s- P5 ix ' Q25 1 5 KV 1 55? s 1 Qwawglvulw Cougars started the league sea- defeating Folsom in both Next, Galt was hosted. Even though Galt put up a tough battle, they fell to the continued pres- sure of the Cougars, but the next time around, the tables were turned as they squeezed by at the end of the game, leaving no time for retaliation. Then, South Tahoe was the host and found out they needed more than height as El Dorado battled its way to the top. The Vikings, then, came down to even things up as they held on to a two point lead. El Dorado hosted Ponderosa and found them to be of little trouble, as the whole team saw action that night. When these two teams met again, bad luck struck, for the Cougars found themselves, for the first time this season, without the aid of Lyle Herman. It took too long to adjust, for they could only pull within three points of the Bruins. Finally, El Dorado fell to Jesuit in both contests. Above: Rusty Bolton brings the ball down as Coach Fair- child signals for a time out. bft: Lyle Herman starts off the game. The Most Valuable player was Lyle Herman, Inspirational - Terry Newkirk, Improved - Steve jobson, Best Free Throw - Lyle Herman 172965 Sports 113 1 Q 0 .1 Q.- : z 5 N f N 135 . 'f .X Q 5 S S! reaches for a rebound. -4' 92oQ8wim QDMLQQ 930 ggi? ,Qmto Qwgwts Even though the -I.V. team had a 3-7 league record, they held on to their Cougar spirit, as was shown by the final two league games. The -I.V.'s showed that they were not quitters, as they fell to the Ponderosa Bruins by just two points in the second to the last game. Then in the final game of the season, the Cougars kept the undefeated Jesuit Marauders on their toes, as the Marauders could only hold on to very narrow lead, until the final moments, when they managed to increase it. Most Valuable Player for the ,I.V. Team was Gary Gru- well. Left Page: Bottom IM: Gary Gruwell tries for two points, while Rick Fritzmeir looks on. Bottom right: Ray comes in for a lay up. Below: Rudy Beaver begins his hump for the ball, as Ray Butler waits for his tip. Bottom Ich: Keith Wright avoids his defender. Sports 115 Qpwifiqflfw 7 01506 152 Kurt House takes a foul shot as Rick Branson waits. scoring 169 total points and leading the Kevin House was chosen as the Most 3 Y . Q1 X Av R . 345 A 5 . Qc' . Vx at L Q Randy Greb shoots as Kevin House and Will Isaacs look on. 116 Sports A Ilirisehoil-brings the ball down court. CMNSYO D Chr +0-C Coach Lcmanagcr, S. R. Bernd, K. House, R. Grcb, L. Paynton, D. Bush, B. Lee fManagcrj. Front row: G. Gabral T. Morse, M. Nigh, W. Isaacs, R. Branson. son, Cumbra, B. 5654 59544 54 . 99' in J X x . ., .355 22 Q24 '3aff.f. s K if ' i Qoflfxii W W I A zz in VY 'ss shows his shooting form. Kevin House watches Will Isaacs shoot. Sports 117 fr Clflfrslfmg gfiul Qltwrasw Qlwlsw Rzgbls Dudley Baggerman flips his man over. Below: Stan Flickcnger pins his opponent. Center: Fred Hall tries for a take down. Bark row: Varsity: Coach Kcnworthy, S. Fliclcenger, B. Cooper, G Front mw:j. McKenzie, S. Boswell, K. Combellack, F. Hall, K. Shea. 118 Sports :fx King, N. jones, D. Baggerman, T. McGuire, W X x f ww wi X A W,,,W ,,,,,,M , , 's Ti in 1 , , S Back row.',I.V.: J. Martin, B. West, B. Turpin, F. Folger,j. Riley. Front row: E. Nicholson, D. Olson, B. Barrentine, B. Weir, R. Linson. Bark mw: Frosh: E. Peterson, C. Lomax, M. Reynolds, M. Davis, M. Huston, A. Ho se. Front row: D. Olson, T. Lewin, P. Kassula, S. Keeler, R. W T. Rhodes. 120 Sports ms ' -4' ,S ,- i ' Q 95. .. :DN K ' s my 1 ii? , ' 5 1 :I ., Wrtx In .,,., U-I ' WN : - :ww 1 is I '-lk ' S W., ' , ' ' ,YN ' v 6 X , . .dvi Bark row: Coach Gcrncs, R. Buisr, M. Blankensop, S. Spell, R. Duggar, K. O'Mcara, J. A Mosbacher, D. Hubbard, J. Smolinski, D. Coffey. Fran! row: B. Dilts, D. Arrundrfll, J. Hamilton, K. Burton. .,,, Ig k"'u. K C3 Above: Ken Burton tries to head off a loose ball. Right: Don Mosbacher throws the ball into action. Don Arrundell was chosen as the Most Valuable Player. 122 Sports llardice, D. Parrish, B. Dcmming, D. Mosbachcr, -I Gossner, R. Allardice, M. Sides, P. Roundrrcc, D. Qiogqm ow: Coach Tamblyn, D. Davis, K. Kennedy, N. D. Howarth, R. Dugger, R. Revaz, H. Kennedy, R. B. Berno. Second row: B. Schackelford, E. Combs, S. Willey, K. Bolton, D. -Iermstead, W. Kolbezen, B. Guer- rero. Fronl row: K. Kenworthy, K. Wheeldon, C. Jenson, A. Ax, T. Korzan. Cenler lejl' Nixa Schell cuts high for the next gate. Above: Steve Willey sprays snow on the giant slalom. Leji' Holly Kennedy keeps low for faster turns. This page sponsored by H. Lee Har- mon, D.D.S. Sports 123 Qwdiapdlhi im qjlflwuj Qlpmll The Girls' Athletic Association partook this year in many sports, including basketball, softball, volley- ball, field hockey, tennis, and track. frigbtj Lorna Sambosetti skillfully whacks the ball during field hockey practice. Kopp. pg.j Bea Hill ftop !ey?j, Karen Nicholson ftop rigblj, and Heidi Burnett frenterj show their graceful form while addressing the ball. fbollom leflj Kim Veerkamp leaps into the long jump pit and Kim Veerkamp, Lori Veeter, and Margie Cabellaro jog for warm up. --uuq4p..J Bark mul, lla n' J. Hall, L. Ceccarelli, C. Wilkenson, P. Riffey, G. Hansen, S. Hann Cabellero, C. Bye, A. Delfino, K. Kenworthy, J. Baer, J, Pillow, D, Cook, S. Smith, K. Veerkamp, A. Wilson, V. Lovelace, W. O'Meara, T. Wilson, K. Steele, D. Card, 41 V. Brownlie, B. Hill, L. Till, 5tb.' R. Cox, R. Conrad, H. Peck, L. Parks, J. Smith, W. 124 Sports sv' an, K. Nicholson, L. Nelson, L. Foy, S. Collins, Znd' P. Iaw. '. Reed, K. Whceldon, jni' K. Dauksavage, L. Winkler, P. .' C. Steteria, C. Painter, K. Shea, J. Payne, P. Cachran, C. Ne zzani, L. Tindell, N. Schell, K. Parks. n . v ' x D: Iliff ' ' 5' 6 9 C ae Q gg-is g KA 'sms-X 5 'S ia. 35515 'X x 3 If -W QU NQQ. Six! ers 5 . i If . Sf S .gm .-W-M ...N can r , w IL, ff 'Y 0, ' n HQ, Q, s Q, 6 , ., ' 4, 1 ' as ,A , . ' n . ' HE 1,5 , .Q W ,,,, , J . . , ,nm x 'r fff gf .. - gd I . 4 if v 9 sl aff:- ad 1 4 Cl 53 K 'f ' Y Q, a Q , a ik LQ 1 I M-E, A x 5 N. 'N' 5 K 'ff ff l f 1 - ,R 5, QQ ig,x'1wf 5 , ff an r f3Y's5i177QQ if jg 'ff K ,... YL? x ., A XF' A 'Q :Q fy' ' f vi fi ' A .fri 5 UJJIIQJI S 1 3 4 'xi , , ,qt , g "1- Y' 8 ' , 9 igxif gg , .-nf"-"3gtE: M is 'fs Q' L 'W 2. 1 I 'Q 0-" ,T I 'Fh- lil W-.4 0 '.,,,y,,.n X. " --50 I-' 1.. ." ,, f .213 IJ, , ,. 'f' .-1.7 fr, 4. .I ' YW ", -1-Q: I' " rf" . -,Q Q, .j,,vf,' NNW- xvvi.. f La su bywkagilg. M3x,+,,:-1 , ' I , sfxqgw K wx' f v MW- gd N wh ,' I Q, ua" A f- Bark: C. Hamzdy, B. Huffman, B. Peterson, P. Chandler, S. Weston, j. Winlder, J. Ferris, D. Coffee, M. Kazolka, K. O'Meara, L. Reed, 1. Montgomery, Burton, D. Reddin, B, Vlilkinson, Coach Rucobo, Front: M. is 5. K 5 I ,AJR 'bfi Z: 11.2 '4 2 above: Three Cougars score off one hit. right: Dale Coffee practices his pitching. ,,,.v ,sf 128 Sports e. . ,, K., 'S n 2 r ...fa-Y unf- ,,,N.,,.-..f -ig ' f X. , ' 1 fw. - -Nw Q +"""' M Mw,.,,.,, .,...--1. X A . LX, M, x E .. hav -'mxmx .. . mu Q , 'Pggif Q I ....-WQAW s. x I .. W l,....1.1?' "5 X ,,,..-.f-- g 3x.y1'JfEX YZ f X Q n. X X Sivan Q 'QPU X n 3 5 ' X iv X ..,, . x 9 ,S , 1 ..wnuavu,tl- x M. X 'E .. 5, ,,M, Qk,,, J, W ,MM f f 'bv sl' ,,, ,041 1 .ar hi WF " FX ,,,mf'w Q , Jn aw w 4 Sz, A .NN I Below: Kevin Shea strives to catch his opponents. Right: Will Biggs practices his shot put. Center right: Dave Parrish long jumps. Bollom ngbl: Rudy Beaver high jumps. 'Ld azziff' ,, :Zi-r---'E fi? ,.,,,.wM--- 'ft L ' Steve Baker has a close finish. 132 Sports qw Qggowai Ccjwiil swings into action with the discus throw. xza lin .angford sets his stride. Steve jobson uses everything in the 100 yard dash. 'i 2 , , sw. . A 'Sha The pack thins out as the distance increases. Sports 133 af' I . Viv X below: Bret Hamilton is amazed that he cleared the pole vault bar. rzgbt: Ray Butler sails over the high hurdles. if N ! XYf X in f Qi N ' . ...' V7 Y we N if I x R Y 141 4 2 Bark mul: Coach Myers, S. jobson, -J. Fyfe, R. Beaver, D. Anderson, L. Peterson, S, rogan, W. Biggs, J. Mosbaeher, R. Hubbell, K. Shea, ,I Yurkovxc, B. Hamilton, K. Shea, Asst. Coach Pierotti, Middle row: M. Yurkovie, D, A ndel, R. Butler, S. Baker, R. Hebcrer, D. Cate, D. Bolste D. Mosbacher, D. Parrish, K. Hughes, B. Shane, Fran! row: B. Langford, D. O'Halla1'on, K. Kopping, B. Allardiee, R. Grcb, E. Peterson, P. Sharpe, P. Cassula, J. Martin, H. Horton. 134 Sports Rufzrsyf' X Q N l I il fi 1-sw. M. pf 1 . ' nt AA9 Q! 1 z . 1 , I ix- ' v 1 .fi fs fi f-,-J 4' f W GM :mums wif. '3' am L71L'4'9.75 ,4 f , I vnu, "e.e..'. Bark rowxj. Crawford, S. Lund, P. Donahue, B. Corson, j. Visman, R. Bolton, B. B. Buist, B. Turpin, M. Blankensop, S. McKinstry, G. Corson, N. jones. From row: Donohue, D. McDavid. Seamd row: M. Sides, R. Martinez, J. McKenzie, M. Sides, E. Grind, S. johnson, K. Lomax, M. Huston, L. Peyton, J. Y Above and right: Marvin Sides and jim McKenzie demon- stratc the swan dive. 136 Sports tl , , S. 0 ..u-nal. wimf gloom cqlll Clflfag llvgvffilbig ruce Corson comes up for air during a relay. Center Visman fires off the blocks. :ii v Q .kt Q K, . Q., , 'aivlmmcf sq' Below: Marvin Sides tucks in for a back flip. Center right: Dean McDavid comes up for air. Bottom 199: Ed Willey does a back dive, Bottom right: Bill Buist shoots off the blocks at the start of the race. O X wk... W! Sports 157 138 r fc Mb Gnwwaiiw rr WA-sf 79'- The last year to walk through the aging but proud halls -- The last chance to gaze upon the strong brick face, so familiar to all! Before you, Juniors, shall begin the destruction of this, and the creation of the new Bl Dorado High School. Though the building be changed, it is up to you, juniors, to continue the spirit and customs within, for you will inherit El Dorado. 1-gr, in 139 :pr-1 F .533 ' H 'fp J" , ,if Q 4 ,CHN . .5 . ,:,: FJ X O O 5 , , ., , ,-. , ,,,..,,.,,9 , S A . P. , y "2 E 5. u 4 x75 vu 13, ,L V ,,. QM. we 3? ' -t 'd434f'1c"" 4" 1 'L f 5x ,f p' ,, .wh 1 4 sy v' 1 sk 3 -ff, fm ,K ? o um. . WW ,g.mW 'KI wi U im Shideler does his thing at pernatural class I-Iolloween Right: Sonia Gastaldi and Payne try their hand at float mf' tr-3, ' 4o....., R- Brad Allen Gayle Albini Michele Amo Carol Anderson Don Arundell Cindy Atkins Hilary Atwood Sue bllinger Debra Barnes Kevin Barnett Peggy Barnharr Letry Barrenrinc Elaine Miller, Cathy Critenden, Nancy Ostiguy and Carol Carter work on homecoming float. YN' or-'V RI! fr f Keith Beane jeff Berhell Perry Bell Sarah Blair Kurt Berger Cliff Borcm Susie Berger Jqhn Bosch 142 juniors XX IQ' Debbie Butren Mike Braham Diane Brown .lfff Brian Bradley SUC BUS85 Kathy Brown Jeff BUf8 Bufkllim Edllit' C2H'lS0l1 Lorie Carpenter Karen Cassell Debbie Chambers George Cocks 95+ 'M Card ,Ianie Carpcnder Carol Carter Laurie Ceccarelli .lm Chance MUG' CORN vv IT -as ,,,. , , 8 The junior boys' P. E. class practice their flying lessons. Phillip Chandler Kim Colwcll Tony Clingman ,Janis Combellock juniors 145 Below: Art Burkhart plays 'cowboy while Carolyn Foy and Doug Madsen play "Riskg,, Diane Meyer and Ron Shively Denise Cook Bill Cooper Q 'I 144 juniors play keep away. Robin Cornwell Cnhy Crircnden X Harvey Durst Norman Davenport Darien Davis Don lhvis Dave DeMarco , X I Midge Allen Lorna Susie Bill v Duncan Eggcrr Elder ,lim Ellis Tony Enriquez Tina Enynrr Anne Evans Sue Evans Tina Falk Darlene Fussen Ron Ferris I aniel Fleenar Louis Flieger Greg Fluckey Judy Freeman Mark Fulton Barbara Garcia Sue Garret: , Q S Qi , , :XJ--fi f""w4 -f --u ll QI? Tb 1"-'WJ' vw lifts!! ,t gn! - V" l john Wunderlich appears intently engrossed in a book, juniors 145 Vicki johnson looks astounded as the camera catches her in her nightclothes. if ,argl ' i U, ' I v gk dis G! 5 146 juniors -'vii 7 v 12, 1 fl 1. S S rg . 1-253 f se l 3? .1 t F 41 A y , 1 1 ,4 . '1 . ,. . m Mix 'x 0 , Q., , 'v . ' 1 5 I .,.,,. '14 , B ,. . ' " 'G Q .79 Z 1: 5 :Q , Z, c C , K imiowa X pal Ln .Dlymenf Jftlli flllb A break in the action finds the crowd relieved. I g. - it vu... Mike Gastaldi Sonia Gastaldi Gordon Girardin Golemon Gray Gray 10 1 Gary Griffin Ken Grogan Steve Grogan ,Iinx Hall Class Favorites Gay Musick and Duddley Baggerman o get their pictures taken in the chilly winter winds. ,Q 4' .gcla Halvorson r Hamilton F' f. .35 Sue Hanan Dave Hanks ,aw 3 W rf' 1 Gail Hansen Gregg Harrington Gary Harp Karen Hatheway IV' 9 ' ' ,kk 0 fm, my jeannc Hayes TCIVY Hiflw Nadine Heller Eric Hill juniors 1117 gguifffimg, gzfiawoweea fpwxfws and Mm Uvulopuea Unfliafwwua gunwwa. "Look over theref, says Nancy Ostiguy to Randy Dugger and Darien Davis. ...v N N Q . . Debbie Hilligas Dody Howard Lori Honca Rick Hubbell john Horton Mclodye Hubbard 148 juniors X, X 5 X ! X fx Ruth Hunt judy Huntsman Eddie Ingram 'GY' -I fri johnson ori johnson Vicki john son "Wim did i joe Whirrey bobs for apples while others look on. iffy I ff Q 'x '- Gi" X Srcvc Knclclc Karen Kgnlclun "Oh, that's how you do it!" says john Riley. sf I IC' Sv s I' 1 l X Nl W A A . v ' Holly Kennedy W:1y'nc Kolbcccn Mfiffiil IUDS john Little Guy Lowc Stcvc Klith Mike Kosznlkc GFCH I-lllilimkll Randy Lovclgicc Aclrizmc: Luiicr juniors 149 Ssglillmjhll' qhzls gallon Kpynyiug Chas, ulrme ch Grllirfr Ccfrgogbng me Osunbhuw. Rifk Linson Larry Lundgrcn jill Malnick STU? h MSIUIICWS Becky Mcllridc SWVU Fred Lumen Doug Madsen Gary Martin Dfbbic MCAHSICY Mary McCoy Willi S.. WT'TY 150 juniors mf Brad Reed and Dave Sederquist sit in deep concentration, Who! MC? ,x Cheryl Price looks happy to be at school. , Zf. 'Y McGuire Douglas Mclalskey Diilnt' MCyCr ,Io Lynne Miller McKenzie Stephen Mercer Elaine Miller Suzie Miller Carole Minchew Cathy Moritz Dana Mitchell Dave Morris jeff Montgomery -Iohn Moshacher Benjamin Morgan Linda Mori juniors 151 glniolb CC 3311103 ,qgllbmwg GNL David Muir P' ulu Nelson Gurla Murphy Myrna Murphy Gail Newton Gay Musick Laura Nc-wron Lauie Nelson Karen Nicholson Dah! is the expression on Doug Madsen's face. 152 juniors wif You ifwg IV rv., Mike O'Hz1llomn Kevin CJVMCLIIK Nancy Ostiguy Linda Ovcller Parry Pardee 1 U. 1 I fl mf 1 x. A. Deby Larry M zlrgn Kathi Bill FC 7 s ,KK H -I f ,loan Pierce ,Inncllc Pillow Robin Porter Dave Powell Cheryl Price Becky Raine Ron Rasmussen Brad Rccsl Tcrcsa Recd Ron Rcvaz jumora 153 Karen Reynolds Kathy Richcrson Pat Riffcy john Rilty Lynn Robinson Lorri Rosen Willie Ruplcy Cindy Sanders jeff Schmikc Peggy Scorr , nr. 'FN-uw . -1 " his juniors look on at a rally. 154 juniors Kfllllivlhb Qggowf Qqrillfhuf iw David Sedcrquist Keith Shea Ron Shivcly Eula YV' ""'-., Holly Shgnnon jim Shcidler Marvin Sides Htfidi Smith Spencer Below: john Vardenaga, Guy Lowe and Doug Madsen mess with a motor! Susan Stcclc Dcnnicc Stearns Rich Stephenson Charles Stcrmcr Frances Stcvcns jim Stroud jennifer Tcagc Nita Stems jamie Stow Tim Tappan Nancy Thomas if 1.- Q--Q' ' janicc Thompon -Iody Tompkins 'T' juniors 155 Don Arundell, Vicki johnson, and Lorna Dilts sell programs at :1 foot- ball game. UL l I ' ,.., ' -uv-fr H-wa.. , Kirsty Tosh jill Tyrec Mona Vzinclcrlindcn ,john Vgirduncgn Doug Vccrkzimp Fl-gd Vogt Tony Wallace Mike Wgirrcn 156 juniors K uni0'zA CL M8019 HGQHHMA. I, 6 'U ct fs Jeanette Webber Phil Whalen :ckic Wcldy 'ank Whetstine .C janet West SPCUCCF Dale Wlmite .loc fl Wilbur BMW Wilkinson Jrmiff Williams Mark Williams 'rom Wilson Jackie Winii Winkler Debbie Womack Gary Woodring Lam, Woolew john Wunderlich Larry Yares VT- 11" Q: I 'T ?Q- f-i ii' -Iinx Hall looks bored while Janis Combellack pays attention in class. N4 lf Debbie York Vlfkl YOUUS George Yurkovic Mlkf' Yllfkovll juniors 157 Y ,,-..i- F , 5, ,,..----ff .. ,Y ,.--..,. -v I?-.4 QV- A OJ Q Aa . y , , , w, if rn' " ,iw x U" sally gli Cmfmll , ,,f A ' s , 00" 90 fl 'W "1 V, ,K . y.-, ki Q f I , f fl ll A' r ' ,ix wg' V7 5 wr 5 ' ' f f 4 0 3 d G - W Q il if ' ' A 525331 1 2 r f V X. A k 4 rfb . p , i -V , i fr , I My 7,0 M , 4.50 3 A, wfylf V 7, 2 V: wqy :gl ,557-'vist,fZjar.ff,+,,'9'g5f,,f.1V4?:-3412 -spzfnfv-.ffffle .- .s,,,"sfgv-1':,2,4 f 'e 'T' Yfggf5'?1hg:414',':af.zv ' if Q . .-i:viQf'1 ff t ,J'f '7'f:v'i. Q. ' '- is V ' ..f.l.f,..q..Qf if V Among many of the favorite activities, one usually sees a Queen and Princesses helping to bring happiness to each individual heart. They symbolize thebeauty and charm embodied in each event. With the thought of Royalty there usually comes a few tears of sadness as well as happiness, when the past Royalty leaves making room for the new. In life too, there are always moments of joy to tran- scend the sad moments which come to all of us. 60 Reigning over the 1972 Homecom- ing activities was jill Zaramskas, escorted by Dan Ward. jill was swim team captain in G.A.A. earlier this year, and a Baskadette during the fall. Most of her hobbies are sports such as snowskiing, hiking, tennis, and horseback riding. jill's goal is to work in the field of hygene. Top: Loretta Mosbacher, last yearis Homecoming queen, bestows the crown and best wishes upon jill. gwvgrgf Cqvillsv C325 Qhwaf Qluww Q5mw.f YPWMM Bcighlcy, Escort: Charley Wigglesworth Katy Stangland, Escort: Richard Miller fmt, Qlsuwm Q50pVwmM Qluws Gastaldi, Escort: jeff Bethell Jody Ezzcll, Escort: Rusty Bolton z A S tgqmgnmw Cpauuzms Pam Cockran, Escort: Toni Morris Nominees were picked by FFA and voted upon by the student body drop- ping pennies in a ballot jar, represent- ing their choice. Each penny counted as a vote for each candidate. On November 19, the night of the exciting Harvest Dance, these candi- dates waited for the big decision from Kenny Loar, FFA President. The votes were tallied earlier and Kenny announced Nancy Thomas FFA Har- vest Queen. Nancy, a junior, enjoyed taking part in Girls League and being a member of the FFA. Her court con- sisted of Princesses starting right to left with Senior, Shirley Grey, Sopho- more, Stacy Smith, and Freshman, Terry Searle. Above IM: Nancy receives the final judgment from Kenny. Above riglal: Nancy and john Evans enjoy a dance together to celebrate the victory. This page was sponsored by: I 162 Royalty JMnl'g Q Wwiueaf t .gf 5' 1' 4 3 -fm Appliance, 840 Pleasant Valley Rd. glwogiwgal gow afwilonw Jfeaiwonoill Bank of America Winners The following students are recog- nized for outstanding achievement in their specific fields. Top row: Phil Harvey - Social Studies, Cindy Wal- len - Drama, Marian Eriksson - Mathematics, Terry Newkirlc - Lib- eral Arts, Wendy O'Meara - CA Saving and Loans Outstanding Stu- dent, Mike johnson - Trades and Industrial, Fran! row: Lauri Bredeson - Foreign Language, Nancy Carpen- ter - English, and Nancy Fleiger - Music. Not included were: Kim Weir - Science and Math, Lauri Weath- ersby - Vocational Arts, Chris Carl- son - Art, Curtis Bolton - Lab Sci- ence, Kenneth Loar - Agriculture, Sherri Inama - Business, Karen Waldron - Home Economics. Mathematical Association of America Each year the Math Department of El Dorado hosts the M. A. A. math contest, open to all the students. Winners were determined by the score they received on their tests. This year's winner was Brent Stewart, fight, with a score of 42.25. Second place was captured by Kim Weir, cen- ter, with a score of 40.25, and third place winner was Steve Baker with a score of 50.5. Royalty 163 we ,Wi cw, Seniors Bill Prosch and Cindy San- ders, were chosen by the Riffle staff to rule as King and Queen of Riffle. Both were liked and well known by the whole student body. Cindy enjoyed her last year partici- pating in Drill Team, and Girls League. Lower lefif: Cindy works hard on homework to make the best of her Senior year grades. Bill enjoyed water skiing away from school, but he still remembered his past membership in Key Club. Lower rzgbl: "Hawk-eye" Prosch zeros in on the target. ,. 4 v 3. 5 ikxi fi- V ' t I'-iss 'yiavfgg ic' 164 Royalty chosen Basketball Queen. of Basketball Queen surprises everyone especially Kim Wright, Sc.. Cmgafvva eawti Qazaal ow.. On February 25 at half time Phil Harvey, student manager of the Bas- ketball team, announced and crowned Kim Wright, Queen of the Basket- ball team, Kim Wright, a senior at El Dorado, enjoyed participating as a Baskedette her last year. Top' 1417: Lyle Herman presents a bou- quet of roses to Kim, with Dan Bol- ster, her escort, close by to share her happiness. Top Rigbl: Phil Harvey looks pleased as he crowns Kim Queen. Below: Right to left is Queen Kim Wright with escort Dan Bolster, Princess Debbie Dyer with escort Rusty Harris, and Princess Pam Har- ris with escort jim Fyfe. Royalty 165 JVM, UMM WMM 994 Qlwezlhwit Nancy Thomas, who was very active throughout the year, was cho- sen by FFA members to be their Sweetheart. Nancy, a junior, was involved in many activities including Drill Team and being Harvest Queen. Top rzghf, lejf? la right: Ray Burnds, Elmer Kass, Nancy and Kelly Gross work on FFA Project. Middle rzgbtx Mr. Swenson shows Nancy the techniques of welding. Lower rzghtr Nancy demonstrates the radial saw. Top IM: Nancy stands proudly, in honor of FFA title. Lower leyi' Nancy, center, represents these FFA members. Wiki? 374' its J :N 166 Royalty ,I 'I 13's mmm This year Key Club voted unanimously for Carrie Dunn to be their Mascot. She was the only girl accepted as a member in Key Club this year. Carrie enjoyed her pastime, skiing, participating in Marching and Concert Band, or maybe just visiting with a few friends. During the school activities Carrie was usually right in the middle, taking part and showing her school Spirit. Top left: Carrie enjoys simple things at school like sitting under a tree just to think about all the things that happen each day. Lower lefi: Carrie also enjoys other things at school like visiting with Phil Harvey and Bob Huffman, Key Club Members. Lower right: Carrie and Don Mosbacher represent the sophomore's choice of Class Favorites. Royalty 167 E u ii: a , X I . I -audi' r-..,'uns...-T-M M 168 Uh. N "-xv. 1 'fi 1'- , QV xr . ,v af 1. ,Q . '.?Q iw .17-iqfib' 'W r Q. Q6 Q .J J Wap, 7-ff!" "J . 5 X A 3 ' " 'r-,.. - .. - . , -'iq - J.5.,,JP,,'w.f4. 4 F - ' 5 -I . 4' -5 M ? 'lv '. , . ' ' :I 25.1 '-.LQ7-?ffg"V""" -1 ... 4' . H' M' v . '-'L . , H' -3 1 'I 1 . 'n N ' U 'UZ k u 4 l r i ' 1 ht, ' ' . 'I -' 4 V: . G .fr . . VK. ,A .L . Q' ,, .k I r Y ,: . ,' .plxiff t' Q ,ja Aryij A I A Ia I 4 1'v l .614 ..' F..,.., ' r ' ' 1 ' ft"-7 - ' at ' Q-A""g w" ' """' ""' s -A., . W . Alle, , f- A . ,,,- 11 LM .L W:-Or 'Q -, -0 . """i. H314 bi- , 1 H.. -v-g,n,,.. P - .4 . - A.. ' 'W W fs 1 "!9'Q. 7114940 Im: t eugolfrn Qsawiimst-2 As the 1972-73 school year comes to a close, Seniors will leave behind some of the best times of their lives. But the memories will linger-memories of spirited rallies, class functions, Senior meetings, and most of all, memories of the great brick building. This is the end and yet itis the beginning. The beginning of new responsibilities, new challenges, and a new life. It is time to choose careers and to exercise the knowledge acquired in twelve years of school. The graduates will all to their separate ways, striving for their own ideals, and yet they will always be ioincd together in rememberances oi the four years spent together at El Dorado High. N f, 4? 2' ,A 'Six Hs, 5 M --ff A 31 Q' K. Q , ,W .wig . "QI, as .pg A ,fr if .5 S x-F Ki Q Q Ng s my ek. W M ff av' 'Hi ,..---1'-A' ' ,WW x , .ff ww, watt!!! . .,,.,,,,...a-vi" 490 . P r w X L ., vw - Q XS gi Ag XXX X 'Q 11-.QQQLSNQ N S ,555 I SSX? ,WAN f H, Q 5 .QI ax s mr M Q ft gf x fs as n 'ff 65' J. .QQ K ,px as ffft 'Wi-wr fr 9- , X, 4-. Q1 I .K I gl , .rv f, K Pl if Q ,, ff' eg "Wm, M ,f.. , J W Lf QQH- , 'S QQ! ,V 3 P '- I1 ,,'N L53 -W ,.,' 'mp - - -lg? Be.. V 1 ,, . , i ,, . I W i 4?.,i , tn ,N M.,- 1 , 9' zjavm X , A. . ,ft Ain Q am n wp- N 74' of , K , .. WIP' p x N, 5 . 1 v 1-E4 -: 1 -gg .sf -f , 'im ig. K fr F95 Q mwmlwm jim Fyfc fBelowj and jim Garrett fBottomj spent much time in the float mechanics. Opposite page: Debbie Buckingham really gets into napkin folding, while Tani Thomas Thomas is up to her elbows in float. 176 Seniors B da Cross Tom Daves la Cross David Davis S aron Cumbra Marie Davis Darr joan Delfino 5 I Z ww K Ng EGTA.. k Q-.si . .6 Ax k ": n S1 iw. -is : K . if ' Q-f L Alf' A N WtLL X 1 X ' X , i is X1 , X . Q .sr ' .Bi .s 4 l M ,E get A, J 'Q 'X HK k was 3' f wr 1 4 N X A Q 4 W fi .i 4. s ,fl AY , KW ff ks. ,- T'-"', far K Q , A sig -cv- md 3 Qiomi Qofqugdzd aitimim Firanzi Nanq' Flicger Mary jane Beighley, Susie Moran, Rita Hoernig, and Mrs. Dilts disperse after "Panoramic Picture." Laurie Weath- ersby, Kim Witherow and Seniors line up for "Panoramic Picture." Opposite page: Mark Christenson shows his spirit at the float. Bottom: Scott Lumsden's spirit rests as he contem- plates a game. David Edwards john Evans Marian Eriksson David Farris Keith Erwin Suc Ferguson 178 Seniors W Foy David Foy fi srx jim Fyfc Mark Gcmmct jim Garret April George ts Seniors 179 Mike Gillogly Malinda Gladwill Patty Graf Shirley Gray jeff Halberg Pam Harris Philip Harvey Dave Herman Doug Wakeman grimaces at thc cold. 180 Seniors Q, 1 ,yi ' L y , 1--1 :- W ,U -Q -0 4 Rita Hocmig Dodic Howard Gregg Hohn Dennis Howarth Denise Hilligas Cindy Horton Bob Huffman t,,i.wvw ,bg M. Qgenwus Jfzivwahgo Rita Hoernig and Tim Rowe fTopj romp on the front lawn. Dennis Howarth fB0ttomj docs the "forbidden", throwing snow balls. Seniors 181 I' . Q . Us Fai f 4 I, 1? .K ji 2324? --.A 'Q- fl' Q W up FQ, 4 'sf ' . in ga . V K .Ah nl 'K ' NR. f ,- wi' - , ,ff I , K mf. fbi Q.. T ix . C+' 35" L. HJ! if-' xxx if um, . 2 M.-N X N , K Vx, X J 2 x wx. Ji? - fl? , fw- W,W,wf,, .M E . i J W mi? 9"'?"F"" V' 7 3 51 Ig, , 5 , . 3 l f 9 I ' lr' 1 I Dv .4 a .. aw of 1 4 , Vi... fl -H' ,qw " in ly l l A , . ,,,.nu-gg, V? X-A F48 Q' aff! ,ww -f If . N 53 " -4 Q' -4 1 , -1 iffy x 'ie K N f ' . , r YK 55g X W,- fx haf-5' ' 1 EW ff? ' Y 5,1 ' A- " - 1, if oft' . ,lzv K 'ff ' " , Mpasf ' , , :1,:3.s ,zgigj'f : yum I Y. h Kim Mc Clellan Mark McKinstry af'-w ,f -1' Z, K. A I 4 Q5mw'UQ512wlmLIi Above: Because of their nice personalities, the Seniors chose Charlie Wigleswonh and Valerie Brownlic as Friendliest. The zany antics of Nancy Karabinus and Doug Walcemm flrejij caught them the spot of Witti- est, while fopp. pagej Scarlet Coan's three years of partic- ipation in CSMO and Scott Lumsden's four years of active rooting and basketball playing eamed them the honor of being elected the Seniors with the Most School Spirit. Top: One of the bountiful babes of the Senior Class basks on the dugout roof. Seniors 185 rss,-1 gut, f 41 X 'w Q., , .5 Q ni. who A., Af pw: In V, jig? 'vi-If 5 Q ' E9 L ,A af ' 'R- A , A ii if , Q Wx 'S .Vw if s Aww, 6 , K 51. .W fN K: Y L My 9 4 1' 'J - QW' Q 4 3 'Wa 1 ,sf sf A s ff W 4 5' w rr asfxf' an 1, ar- fu, Q Q nv- ... Xgfff' 3, :K+ A t. X X., 3 14 P ,., if 1455, , , 235 .hi 2 1, L? ,.if, , ,, ,L wi3'5x- W4 . YE. fr-2' A 42 4' nfs. Q.. " 1' "-Lx .meni- ...w ' I X511 ia K ,f I wb 'W' ,1 1 .g. A 4... gjwminoif 939 Cllfgs Right: The fine appearances of jill Zaramskas and Rich Miller aided in their being distinguished as Best Looking. Kim Wright and Dan Ward, K Opposite rzlgbij who, because of their outstanding personalities and participation in class activities were chosen as Best All Around. Far right: Phil Harvey's and Mary William's great ambition and ability raised them to the level of Most Likely to Succeed. Qty Ostiguy Robert Parisi john Paiva Cathy Parker Luanne Palkman Cathy Parks 188 Seniors bbie Ann Pemelton Randy Piceno V cki Perez Bruce Pickard A J. 4- V N1 0 5. ..-4 ff no ' e 'ii-ilu' Qlivwqlfvw dlffang 0-Zlilluuimg dVfonlm,s 061150 elm tg, '73 Opp. pg.: Kim ,Iensen's and Don Reddin's fine eyes for fash- on Price Don Rcddin ill Prosch Larry Reed ion helped them to become the Best Dressed Seniors. Below: Teri Becker's and Randy Piceno's radiant smiles came to their aid as Class Flirts. Right: Marian Eriksson's and Kim Wcir's achievements in the classroom earned them the title of Most Intelligent. 190 Seniors 'N ' We if fv ' .fwxq 6 pw". PSM we ww:- auf I 'B x ,N-ffm -'X 5 x 5 Gt Ay' 4w Nw 5 x ' A .v . Ms' 1 K 'ka' A x .iam Q , , 4 In 5 I' ,xy xr. 13,45 W' ' i 3 si 13,11 Lori Sicvert Makell Smith Rick Slaton Mary Ann Smith A,,.CLlI,JZ.. Il.+. AlZ.+ julie Smith Robert Smith Tap: Elizabeth Shackelford and Luanne Palkman tell Santa Claus CDoug Wakemanj what they want for Christmas. Bolloms Seniors wait patiently for panoramic picture. Opp. pg.: Richard Worthy plays "hard guy" on 50's clay during Spirit Week. fFar rzgbtj Linda Posten and Marie Davis dis- play their spirit on pajama day. 192 Seniors ,I ff Smolinski Connie Snell X nf -' W H+ Q f va 'J -f-ww n -Q , .9 K van.- '45 ig ? - 0 lag - I U L1 . ' ie , 1 ' My N X. K K Z V. t kv' 'ggi " K W Y K ff 4 mm ff ' ,pr fr' 2? Y fi ,aim 15. . .,:,, G fw V, N Arxlih K , , Q., 4 JV' 1 ,,.,,.,, A, 2 Aix 35 QQ Vcarcr Doug Wakeman Karen Waldron Cindy Wallen Dan Ward +43 N"""' --1-..... -waf- Q PM 1 ri Seniors 195 F' mimi i llkwwllwl jimi aurie Xvclter Robert Xvliipplt' Ihuck W'hec'lcr Leslie XVickstrom Seniors spent many long hours working on projects for var- ious classes. Oj1j1w'ilc' flflgf' - LM: Vicki Perez, in the soli- tude of the hall, diligently manufactured a leather belt, while Dan Fleener and Chris Carlson KFM' rigblj created ceramic artifacts. Ojymritz' ffagvf Ron Goforth made use of the cutting machine in Grafic Arts, and Wently O7Meara KB1'f0wj typecl in Switchboard. Wfhen classes were over Vicki Riffcy, Vicki Perez, Vicky Bohhit and Rich Atkins hurriecl clown the stairs. Theresa Wgiiigli Randy XVcaton Laurie Weiitliersluy' Kim Weir X. in-, x 1 Q r-. Ss, ' fi? if ,I lv x fi --N s? 1 x - V f V X'5?f 4 5144 as 'f , W l ' ,F ins ig. ,ff L -'-s.,,q Qsonwv 80155 Randy Piceno, fBotlomj Rick Dostart, jeff Boggs and Den- nis Pickard in Boy's Homemaking. Top: Class Officers, Phil Harvey, Pres., Valerie Brownlie, Kim Weir, Vice Pres., and Nancy Karabinus, Sec. Far right: Sheri Inama, Treas., is involved in much paper work. Marilyn Wilson Lynn Woolman Terri Wilson Richard Worthey Kim Witherow Kim Wright 198 Seniors 'Q'-:rf N-.1 A 'xi 4 X, '.':'s I I ll Ii 0' I '1. 'v l xflfxgae -X , f 1 bf .4 A Q -by "'9' 'xL,N- A - 1 'x N. A eq ' " 1 . "" ' iff , , . ' 00 Uilii 'lmlld ' I 1 'M' r'ic'ulum C 'orsmsue fczrrell ,711 :fy 70mA'in.v li A . r , kv x . -'I .t ' A A I .fi A W1 , u "nh 1, ss at 0 September of 1972 brought 10 new teachers' to El Dorado. Though this is the last year the main building will stand, already the new teach- ers love the building as much as we do. One said this about our school and town -- "l can see grass and trees out of my windows. That's very nice. There are many warm and kind people here. That is nice, too! lt is good to see students in the halls, on the streets, everywhere in town and to exchange hello's with them."' Q01 .QDim raw fmt gmt ii, .wwf Ocwpfilixmaf fpwgmmis Top: Mr. Cate - Superintendent. Botlom: District Secretar- ies, IM to 7'llglJf.' Mrs. Talbot, Mrs. Breauther, Mrs. Erhert, Mrs. Main, Mrs. Harris. 202 Curriculum ssner fM1ddle ley9j Mr Lung and Mrs Stripe K alj Mr fButlom ngbtj Mr. Close - R.O.P., Mr. Veercamp fBottom lejhj Mr jones Board Members: fBelow le7?j Mr. Gavin, fBel0w rzgh Go , ' . . rzgi' . , . C R. .P. O f 1 Lb' x 'L 4 if . , W :A N 'fa f 1 R ' -', X 9 u AQ! RX? exam 21 in 1 lf , I? fx , W r 'x wi X Y K - I +5 5 fs , qs 1 E ' lj ww-.,,.,,,,mg5?'N 4 'wh , J ,fn ,I . gfyifsilvuj ami gfwlguago Qepwdmif Qmrlxavlgvfwtwua Quflms Below: French - Mr. Chapman. Middle: Spanish - Mr. Piceno. 38 204 Botlom ld: German - Mr. Hempt. Below: State R ments - Mr. Luster. Middle: State Requirements Mc'Mann. Bottom: Student Government, Homemaking fomia History - Miss Boesh. 3 n I . fi-M 9? mr iw' .. .gs-QW-2 TJ' .uw -. -jx 4 I ' Xi 'i". - 'i +6 61- We W "'f i i Q ,isa . A KM, - ' 1 5 Jo 77711 His World - Mr. Holmes IxlT1CI'lC3.I'l West, Modern WOI'ld - MF. Gautschi American Govgfnmgnt .- Mr. P31-sons W - Mf- Nelson U. S. History - Mrs. Marten Curriculum 205 me Cciiriglclii .KDq2wuIlvi11nfClM5 wif ggwgg qflfilflf 6 lim olllfief wmgefsl ccfmowmoil gum Below: Literature Sports World, Eng- lish II - Mr. Frank Lambrith. Boitom Below: English I, II, and IV Gordom Purdy. Bottom righl: G IM: Mythology, Literature American West and English II -john Ax. Belaw: English I and II -- Mr. Ralph Perry. Arts, Year Book and English I Prcngel. 4 ing - Mrs. Clair Dusek ature of the Sports XVorld and English ll -f Lamar Fairchild rw: Ms. Marge Comer, Librarian samples some gourmet special from the v . . cooking class r.' Mrs. Elsie Hardy, Assistant Librarian, arrives at school. ,J 1 ,L -of " l'll1 fir il ylllllll' ii I avr LT, I ' x z Q , , , 4 R 1 -"7 A A 41 Y' 1 ,Nui V1 '21 'N Y .. 1, 1- V 1 1 cscfezzce Depczrfmenf GAaM:'12ye0fcSfuoQ121's fo Dzlscooer. Lefl fo right: Mrs. Ann Krell - General Science and Mr. Curt Bolton - Chemistry and P-T Science Life Science Beloux' Uijel Wilson, P-T Science and Biology, and Dick Mr, Norman jones - General Science and Arithmetic Warner, -T Science, Physics, and Environmental Science. im z 'J. .- 4 X .J Ra ikfi 1' 1 4 is o ' Y' i 'if' ' c . K "F 1. 3 T4 'J -....- . ..,, .. KW ,i T 208 ic, Syrf, anoffjrama ezybjueof a year vcy Addie --v Bgmd and Chorus lefl fn rilqlvf: Mrs. Mary Floyd, Art and Crafts, Tstey Art, Mr. .lim Gnrmire, Drama and Crafts. ff11:'v':r :- gygigihgs W V, , ., .N in 3 K id I Tia: . ... gr 4, 4--...av 3 qfgozzcerfs, Grea!'1'o12s, anofjjlzys. L7j7,f2cr rikqlvl: jim Estcy helps Ll student put the hnishing touches on fl vase-sort of? , , V 7 '75 ',.,Q.., dlffalfi Sbepll Qlpwl Cflflilflscls Glentzey and Mr. Lombard register students Mr. William Lombard - Algebra co 'ng school year. Mr. Chuck Marks - Geometry . Don Gemcs - Algebra Mr. Keith Glentzcy - General Math . Gale Wilson - Algebra 31 lx su 3, , .x.' A t, f, I 1 ref ' l, XR 6 l V 53 ll i I 4- 1 210 Curriculum l Blcky Se IA Y1-Uv-I' 13-eau Lv, 0 9041115 JM glows q'lf1w of JVM Sxpvniowo gem dlffv. Qgwewsovv mul cjffwf. Ron Bidstrup - Vfoodshop Middle: Mr. Ken Auto Shop Botiom: Mr. Allen seems puzzled "I Center top: Mr. Russ Swenson - Ag. Shop Top fight: Mr. spark plugs are around here." Clarence Roundtree Bottom: Mr. jess Frampton "'l0Q!ll' -"1 Curriculum 21 1 gfowmufiw, iii een. fwiiliulf mi .Am qfw.. Miss Rocha and Mrs. Ellithorpe study their adgenda at a Teachers Meeting. " ' 5' Ml5I5:?f5'5' Rffifiihx i a. -r .. .gg "- 5.2 if' ' n 'LTA' ' f ---A, , U- ,, . . ,y.i,-X nhl, ' 5 H 3 , 4,A, h ,-, A . . , ,fs A1 AQ :Q?g V., 1 ' 'i 1 hun i H fl.-I'!.:'-w ,A ........-,g1:.::-.5555 X A ' .5 ' I V 4 5 yiwzzmgg tix, Q.: V .- . 'xgfjgfgafgf in - M gf 5 5 .::::::'- -1. Q M t. M . , A ,, Maile lejl' Mrs. Geneva Fenno. Bottom IW: Mrs Mrs. Annette Ellithorpe. Mia'a'le.' Mrs. Miss Vitell. gworqowiuxi llen, Mr. Ebbe, and Mr. Scanavino registering stu- in the library. Mr. Gary Kenworthy, Mr. Bruce Ebbc. Mr. Ken Scanavino Mr. james Meyers, new to El Dorado 'mn' ,MG 730 ' n x U ami gum foepil. q'Vabai qfifiifvcgiiwv Qbiluiaills Below: Director of Special Ed. - Mr. Granger. Middle far leflt' Typing - Miss ,Iodean Mcgraw. Middle right: Book- Bebnv IW: Mr. Bart Tamblyn. Below far ngbt: Mr. keeping - Tom Millan. ley. Middle lej?.' Mrs. Ann Miller. J I Above far IW: Mr. Pierotti - Typing. Above le-12: Mr. Middle rigbt: E.H. - Mr. jon Lemenager Rucobo - Business Machines. Above: At the beginning of the year Judy and worked hard in Business Machines. 214 Curriculum F Qmwd Wd am 5vnps'iI21:iUgDwil5 bv lq7Q-73 atson - Director of Transportation rivers: Lej9 to nlgbl: Henry Traver, Malcom Kurt, ook, jim Ovellet, ,Icnifor Lenhart, Clatiny McCoy, Riley, Roy Riley. I 2 1 I 9 141518 212223 252930 Mechanics: Lej? lo right: Russ Papest, Chuck Anderson, in Bement. Cafeteria: Dj to right: Wilma Holingsworth, Linda Olson, Connie Mardis, Beverly Wlalker, Helen Barrentine. Custodians: Lek to right: Vel Kodclja, Ray Luce, Byron Thomas, Wdt Campini, Forest Harper, Robert Rigler, Burt Frumirs. Wiliam- Mr. Baine and Mr. Frymire worked to repair the needs of El Dorado. Curriculum 215 X'x9'4 Hr Q lsr, '91 X 1 8' 4 Q is , m 5 v',g,.4f 1 A .1 K -'Mi ,-IC 4 ' ff, -' N. W.. Z . . . qi. -f"", ,Ji hgrg f .Y N 'ffl S.. fm lf: ng K -'.'5?'1. 5 . afQi'3ieM P ' 5-.t.1fQA1 ', My w--j ' - ', 1-QW' if -' '-rs. i SLx'g5'ii :H ! 2, Q' "ff 1,-L ga ,i,.f:,j 1- XM - ni x fML::,fSf5'3f5 S I may , , ..,,....LH 216 1-1 ,. ,Q "fm: wi-' ..,, E. 1 I 1 what eww DEPT i 'ws 1 -W The yearbook staff of 1972-73 would like to take this space to thank the busi- nessmen and women of our community for their extensive help and support of this annual. The funds from the advertisements they run in this book help finance the Riffle, and in so doing, make it possible for the students to purchase it at a reasonable price. In light of that fact, they have supported the school in carrying on a yearbook tradition and should be shown our appreciation by our support of their business. Each student of this school should thank these devoted people, for without their support this yearbook would not be what it is Riffle Staff 1 vi A. M., 4.5.3 Q- .M mu ?""" Xl S' I ...-, Q - s S VX. Y, f aMv'? N839 nz N -an I A is . . A 0 ,- 5-, xg in -J , - AfQ,fw'? ' , gg ' 'f , "W" ' ,-. M...-fn. "1i..L.,g:"' ' :ix I 1 i i X 1 A ,N X i S 1 N 1 r- IS . lp.-4'l mo .4 o U A l I A I , ,QE .W , ia-55 I ,f 429 Placerville Drive Congralulaiions SANNE'S TRADING POST I 564 Main S'Iree+ PLACERVILLE AUTO PARTS Mr. and Mr. K. C. Biddle 5 SPORTMAN'S HALL Ifalian Dinners Pollock Pines Hwy. 50 P3132 9 i 'va . ,wggls V 53 .inte-81 ,7 ii ,315 , . ma i- , 'fn ' vi 2 , 4 1.,, ay .- .'-15 , gn ,z a .. 43:12, S5 i x , ff.n-LI- i . y ig 3l84 Cenfer "We Malte If 220 Advertisements HEDRICK AND DUNCAN CHAIN SAWS 6407 Pony Express Trail "Congra'ruIafions Class of '73" VI'S BEAUTY AND BOUTIQUE 6lI Placerville Drive Placerville, California .4 - K J' - .. s MATERIALS and STUFF Real? no n vounssu SHELL HOME S SIERRA LUMBER CO. 9l6 Pleasanl Valley Rd. " Placerville, Calif LUMSDEN RE --A X1 Ion and Warren Placerville Drive STERN CLOTHES CORRAL AND TACK SHOP EDWARD'S ELECTRIC 537 Main Sfreei Eleclrical Maierials and Service TEXACO Sfreef, Georgefown of Jim HOKANSON'S UPHOLSTERY 6I5 Placerville Drive Fine Qualify Upholsfery M E' EJ CHADWlCK'S COLOMA UNION P. O. Box 82 "Finest service since Ihe Gold Rush" -.1-v EL DORADO VANGAS 'Nl ii- 62 I Placerville Drive "Everyone's Favorife Flame" ' I X QU. - ..- I TOUCH OF BEAUTY 470 Mein Sfreei "Experts in Beauiy Care" MOTHER LODE BANK 447 Main Sfreei "Bed Wishes. Graduafesn Advertisements 221 WESTMORELAND'S FLORIST AND JEANNE'S POODLE THE CRACKED CRUCIBLE ZI:?g2fl2?Road Corner of Loius Rd. and Hiway 49 Bgsf Vvishga Class of ,BL i Handcraffed Glffs Milfon F. Parker, M.D. GREYHOUND AGENCY I337 Broadway I400 Broadway Placerville, California Placerville, California OXYGEN SERVICE AND SUPPLY 2900 Cold Springs Road Placerville, Calif. BROADWAY FLORIST I349 Broadway Placerville, California NEILSEN FERRARI P. O. Box 426 222 Advertisements Placerville, California GON WHEEL MOBILE HOME PARK Earl G. Sanderson, D.D.S. nn and June McEachern oclx Pines 644-2654 90I Spring Sfreef Placerville Success +o Each I973 Graduaie APEL OF THE PINES 5 Cold Springs Road sf Wishes Class of 73 PONDEROSA PARK GENERAL STORE Box 49 Coloma Giffs and Aniiques illnn-sun 352511 4 state CHUCK BENSON Broker I378 Broadway 622 3276 Placervulle Californ a 95667 Home Phone 622 438i RANCHES HOMES COMMERCIAL ACREAGE ww M BENSON REAL ESTATE I378 Broadway Ranches Homes Commercial Acreage DIVIDE MARKET P O Box 45 Georgelown California Nlwll,SwM1 4,41 AGW l365 Broadway "An Island of Refreshmenf' Pfflflws' mum: HER! HAVE YOU SIGNED THE PAINT SPOT l263 Broadway Placerville, California Advertisements 223 CHARLES C. HENSLEY REAL ESTATE P. O. Box 606 Diamond Springs Ph. 622-8440 Buy, Sell, Exchange i 1 If INTER-COUNTY TITLE 45l Main Sfreel' A Placerville, Calif. RALEYS I60 Placerville Drive Placerville, California 224 Advertisements W? JOE VICINI, INC. General Engineering Conlraclors P. O. 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M. . . :X :Xjfyj M- 2 '1",Y - Q QL a H In MARLENE'S HOUSE OF RENEE' Safeway Shopping Cenler, Polloclr "Congrafulafions and Besf Wishes BEA'S TRINKETS 81 TREASURES 428 Main Sf. Placerville "Bes+ Wishes Always" WALLY BEHRENS, REALTORS Safeway Shopping Cenfer Polloclr Pines -- 644 I466 COIFFURE BEAUTY SALON Pony Express Village, Pollock Pines "Congra+ula+ions Class of I973" E BACK RQQM - A W8rD INVESTMENT CO Junior 81 Pe+i9e Sims 74 Main Sf,-eef ski... sl 438 Main Sireei X I Placerville, California ZOLLAR'S CHEVRON f !AlYt'I'Il5t'IIK'IlIS "Good Luck cum of 4973" " S f ig ION BEND HARDWARE Express Shopping Cenler u Need ll, We Dorff Have ll" SUTTER MILL ANTIQUES Highway 49, Coloma Viclorian Anliques CENTER PHARMACY Slreel California . L Q , . IIA ' are f - 1 WALT GRACE SHOE REPAIR 430 Main Slreel Q "Complete Shoe Repair" Nlffk gli. lg if . 'JA ll ll "Bed Wishes lo lhe Class L. E. Shorles, MD. 905 Spring Slreel of I973" fm zv"i5'?3'7' 'I QJYKI' - I 543'-:,!""' -4 Q . I , som TRAIL MOTOR LODGE 3 1 , 1-vi f-1: 'l'97O Braodway 'BQ' 5 "'-gli , 1 M No Finer in Placerville" It . I' , X W"-.,4-xc F Z fnH5gmg:?:ifs gh Smilh Flaf 'u 1- P O rn 21 4 F 1- rn Y- C I co ffl 23 O Q "Woods of fha Wesl" ,, ,--1 ' 5 ,,,,..--- .,.--..,....- l H Anlvn'rtisc'Im'11ts J, D Q' it . 1 - V.. Ili. I WHITNEY TRUCKING CO. 5543 Davidson Rd. Placerville, California PINES TOGGERY 6494 Pony Express Trail "The Family S+ore" Daniel J. Fcrrigno Jr., MD. SY. George Medical Cenrer "Success in flue Fuiuren L. E. McEwen, DDS. 899 Spring Sfreef Placerville, California TIME 5 ii ' -- if E .. 3 V. '7 2 . i . I .'--- A i 3 .Ji gg ai 'X ii- f . E' i' 'T l E13 'A 'a '.-- E ' 3 ,E f .. ' 31-11.2 f ,- ' . Q fl? ,.--25,29 i 5 1 - "iff , 5 ,1l.fEf...w 1 1 E REL K J. l xr c u - .tv rl W' f -+5 an Q1 . '-.iff 33 ' ' V '-Q12 .LJ ll 43 "r 1 ' I ff A , ' A 1 if 'I 'f' P' A .E fl . 52 H 7 1 . ' egffirvifgiz , 3 ,... . nf E - 741' K E' ' ,-,Z wr 1 : y 1 .. A 4 1 J 4 K -Q - STOFFER REAL ESTATE ii P P 68 Main Sfreef Placerville, California , ,,..! PLACER FINANCE CORP 5 76 Main Sfreei Placerville, California BLAIR BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY I l60 Broadway Placerville, California H Ailvn'i'xiwiiicilu --.., os...,,,sL ii- '--.-, 5- ,simi- l X yr X' SNAC . .. -- --- .. X' f',k Y -L lumbq- My nun MICHIGAN CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY Camino, California Plwyllis Williams Ciirus Heiqhis "CongrafulaIions Class of I973" MCDOWELUS COUNTRY STORE Main Sfreef, Diamond Springs "Tomorrow is Yours, Good Luck" pd 4, DAWSON'S FLOOR FASHIONINGS 'I CTR. 7- 352 Main Sfreof Placerville, California f ., QW' C.. 13,5 a"M,, ,.fFf"" . f A"""i .:. FLORENCE S 435 Mein Sfreef Placerville, Calif, CDA!! Axlvwt1xc'i1'ic'11tx. 2 .. 11..,F.5,.-,.,11..'q- ,31e1vfff1-y,g'f:.5f. A, ,W ---.,'- .L ::.1.,,-.-iq . 1-A :ff x,f:,,g'gPqMf-,-gnglllw cw,:.l .A V frm. H- V 1 'H' "Af12?+1f1 if "l".2P.J,f fx 1151 1. ii., Y M:-'x"-xinwfjff' '-...':'5?tff-k'.f5t.' 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V A .gif -4. - 4 - - -f r - .1 -A f L RONT PORCH COOPER SHELL SERVICE Broadway I373 Broadway ville California Placerville, California 205 622- I 282 abrics and Nofions Good Service graIuIaIior1s" "Bed Wishes for flue I3uIure" I .V' ffl ig I Ga iw, 4A 5 . 'R f v WI" - 'I II , rI'!3'ja I 13' 496 Main, P. O. Box 552 Placerville, California CLH MOTOR PARTS bl0 Main Sfreel Evaryihing Aufomo+ive WESTERN TITLE INSURANCE CO. Q T 4 , : I. 1. I -1-1-T-lrt73"'g" ' - inf!-trawl Ar J -. , Y . ' Lil' . g f' 4' . AF i. X If' -I--'rf 1 , 553' I MURRAY'S STATIONERY . K . .. N I5 E l 'Ml 3II Main S+reef PI2cerviIIs, California .5 I I. liT-25.7" neil ROBINSON S PHARMACY 395 Main Slreef Placerville, California ALIYt'I'IINL'IIK'lII5 ISI 7 DR. CORYDON EDGECOMB, O. D. H06 Corlcer Drive "Congralulalions Class of I973" PLACERVILLE PINES CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL Placerville, California Hcongralulalions Class of l973" ROUND TENT STORE 384 Main Slreel Placerville, California il i 'xx ii"'-WM, r 2. Y' - , A X ' P' N :X5 N X V - saw .K K L vb E K li IQ , ' 'iii W fi: I 5 5,1 5 I F, 1' i" f, K , Q I V Q, A "" ' f i "3 '- 71 .H ' '+L " -ce' 'ig Q A QI' g . , I "5-9 , lun' '7:'gr'1fi' ., 3 Q , ' i .Egg .. Q,-f fl R l li A ' 1' fi E . , I U -fs A. Q CASH MERCANTILE ,.,. 4 "Shoes and Apparel for llme i V fli ff ' 'im v Enlire Family." 41 flijgqi f i . af. ,X .. - . ,. ALlv:'i'tisc'1m'i1ts HANGTOWN HARDWARE l309 Broadway Placerville. California X DONUT CORRAL 5- P.o. sox bbs Polloclc Pines DOUGLAS W. LUND I I20 Corlzer Drive Placerville, Calif. CHARLES M. BERRIDGE I I2 Corlxer Sfreef "Good Luck Class of l973" T wg. .... . HENNINGSEN AND SONS '-.jj -S " JERRY'S GAS RANCH 'fi ,I :figs 600 Placerville Drive ,. A I Pleasanl Valley Road Wife' gd, Plmfvaii-3,cf.uaf. fl' ,gig "Fm 'efupr' A 1' 4T Qi? 9- -gs PLACERVILLE MARINE MIKE'S AND CYCLE 698 Placerville Drive Placerville, Calif. . .' A foie M-rs-ff me-elf N yr A . -,,r.- . . f JS' YA:- LQ :gg get-Tannen. .M , ix SS DIAMOND SPRINGS MOBILE PARK INC. 3550 China Garden Road ALIY"I'llNL'IIK'IIl5 .Z Bas? Wlshes +o The Class of 973 A J DI VITTORIO M D 905 Sprung Sfreef QUENTIN BONSOR M D I I08 Corlrer Drive Plocervvlle Success vn ihe Fufure Q X 33 4' D 7 v I .dl 'T' 1-J 1,3 al 'DW P1 . x r 1 256 Anlvc'rtisc'n1c'nls xi 9 ND DIAMID DIAMOND NATIONAL CORP. ' - - , P.O. Box 267 Placerville ww A il, 'fl' Q' X , ,sw uw X GOLD RUSH Highway 49, Coloma - N... .sir va s . 'F , '- , x 'F' wk ,axfx x x ,. 4 . 1 4.1 A 1 . 4 .,L K3-:J -we ,QQFQU I ff.. - xx 'Q' " N Q..-N. ,N Sw. ,-3,4 'N 'b, Q..f xg xg -gg X. X W Njbist Xanax?-i R' Nix ,Q '5 Q X . ,,. .D pid ,K PHAT' -A 1 'una'-'H 50 GRAND STEAK HOUSE Box 188 Pollock Pines , . -.uw 53' Anix 4'l'liNC'IlN'IlI x 2 G7 Diamond Springs DIAMOND HOTEL SIERRA REAL ESTATE Coloma, California "Bed Food on 49" "Do Your Thing - 73" HANGTOWN MOBILE HOME PARK F, O. VARDANEGA, O. D. 309l Newfown Road 3l75 Turner Placerville, California "Lei Your Eyes See The Fu+ure" COLLlN'S AUTO ARTS A 327 Main Sfreel Placerville, California gqm ,p., T., I is A PLACERVILLE SEWING CENTER l265 Broadway "For The Best" .,.,. ,-:QL P 258 Aclvcrriscrncnts B ,,, HQ, .., 1 .. at 1 .. -A Q-Jr A., W CAMP COLOMA P.O. Box ll Coloma, California ROLANE 0 Pony Express Trail mino, California AIN VIEW MOBILE MANOR Newfown Road Wishes Class of '73" HEADHUNTERS BARBER SHOP 66 Mm NX? "Welcome fo AII" - X..- PIC 'N' EAR 433 Main Sireef PIacervlIIe, Calif HOWARD S. BLISS, M. D. 3I77 Turner Shea? "Good Luck Class of 73" THE HAWTHORNE TREE 207I Cold Springs Road "Hangin There" T IWIIAIFIIUMSIE II i afff-I I' of Lf' COWMAN f GEDRGEIVIATHIS ' V W HISIORICALPRINTS . Ivkrj f X ,7 I ORIGINALL' 'S'3"5f5Si5f.?i, , A T wu P - ,nl MPTAA E '54 ii 1 U 5 Q. I ' 7 -a gif-,r I ff E- :J ' 5 5: I I! 1 D Q ,Q '5-fllevxgwmgu D Jvwdkwlhf wfqmwniipsrw mwvxnsnw. 330 A, .5 I - A wma 'I zz-H., '56 L E0 . 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WALD. D. D. S. nr Valley and China Garden Rd. 3l7I Turner Sfreei nd Springs "Bes+ Wishes" HOSPITAL CEDAR GROVE GROCERY California Box 757 Clegg of '73" Camino, California ARNOLD S FOR AWARDS 535 Placerville Dr. Placerville, Calif. x l' MARGARET S DRESS SHOP 8 WORKlNGMAN'S STORE l345 Broadway BSS Q EMPIRE THEATER 432 Main. 633-3345 "A Family Theafer Wills a Pleasani A+mospl1ere" AV EL DORADO TRACTOR Highway 50 and Carson Rd. Placerville, Calif. Advertisements 243 JOHN J. SULLIVAN, M. D. l065 Marshall Way "Besf Wishes Class of '73" DR. PAUL WASHBURN, O. D IO77 Marshall Way "Congra+ula+ions Class of '73" I. V. ALLEN, D. D. S. IO97 Marshall Way Placerville, California H 81 H HARDWARE 5004 Pony Express Trail Polloclr Pines JEAN W. BABCOCK, M. D. IO67 Marshall Way "Good Luclr Class of '73" 244 Advertisements MQW x XX 'x K Ulla l lr 2 ,B U fi ' Q51 Q m e Qewrwr we A 'WE f .3 5 g 2 X 2 X V+ W are 6 1- ! Q 'Wil ' "' 'X 'e 'Z' ' I 9 545453 ' I ' r ' rar-' A 0 .Q gn e re..-si m gg ,Q lg? 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