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

 - Class of 1976

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El Dorado High School Rifflc 1976 Volume Z9 Credits: Editors: Vicki Ybright Jennifer Bennett Julie Sherb Photographers: Dan Perry Greg McLaskey Stan Silva Jeff Beauchamp Scott Todd 5 r""""""'F'IlInn T-..-.Q New J VMI 1 shy V' 4 22 , I I i Q4 41 Theme StudentIAfe Freshmen fXthletics Sophonuxes Campus Life Juniors Pionors Seniors Clrganizations Closing Community Life Table of Contents Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 4-5 12 34 50 92 112 138 156 172 202 236 264 Opening 3 The Spirit of '76 as Portraycd by a Man Who Was the Spirit of '76 . . . Ben Franklin Writer-Publisher- Statesman-Diplomat Scientist and Inventor Ben Franklin is the Perfect Example of the Spirit of '7 6 u if Am, 4 A , , .T ,f 4 4. v v f Q! 4 .PW 1 4 A -vkzfaf I f 1 2 xg' Y V V: S "'N , ' ff? v W. " t f r 1 , fxy ,lf 5 S if "W . L .M NX J if K E 4 5 . Q Agn 'L W4 A wifi? Q - V ., ,, .mg .rt fig.. -Y Ab 4 x , ,Q Hu' 1 x,,,'l M, 'gwdrfhhffri' 13 wx-Y wiv 2 . Q W' ' N N 'img ' A s 'L 1 2 2 e ' X m. x ,Li , '.-'Y To be content look backward on those who possess less than yourself 1 . 'fy' tg ljgfss 'fe ix -tm, ,J WV st , Q t n sa Q -'Ex f Sl:- O, ni to -- "-. e tue :wits R l y L QQ Ill' not forward on those who possess more bfi x W- . .. W m s I U Great beauty, great strength, and great riches are really and truly of no great use: a right Heart exceeds all. mum Opening ll f Y 'Z l . ,3 f . u 9 . Y ' l D ,,, I 'Y 1 L' 3 ' 15 ,Q .1 -M, ,Q Q .R an -, ,a my 'E 'T A ELT? PL 1 ag , , A 4 " . . 3 A J wh f 3 if N il V Q ' If Kmfu 2 I Q Q , i O , ' 15 J.. 1 Q "" 923. 4 "-" ,lmff 'I ' 1 U m " ':. , 1 F Q ur 9,m . W, . I , 'TW 6 42, . - ' f 1 19 1 fi ,ml .f W 1Q 5. . ,. 'I I 1 -- 19 n'q '- :.'2 -. , fix? 'K 4 Cs if' .,. , A , ' 'SK V ' ' ' ' ':, .. V... H ,M " 3 Y .2 V X, .A Zig 3. ,w:,, I ,fr ,LQFT 'I 3 t ' 'sa' 9'9- i .' . N M? : 3 1 .9 o 53 EPi!l14!uh.x.l lf f' fy" ,, in fg as -nr-1.-, .- .,,... "ws ' Q' ---. " ' Q My . 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The Spirit of '7 6 Ruled Over D i 1 Spirit Week Q i v i f 55115 J Hivlu-v-....,. ,. . r -A Li it wt t 1 42.3 Opposite page, top: Kathy Tomlinson and Ramona Jennison challenge Batman, Laurie Chambers and Robin, Peggy Horton. Center: Pat Brown prepares for his lunch . . . Leeann Flickenger. Left: John Martin and Sally Ceccarelli demonstrate their skill in the apple dunking competition. Below: Janis Helms shows her teeth. Joyce Vandendugenbille and Kara Howard enjoy being "living dolls." Below: Melissa Escobar dons a Snoopy costume for Cartoon Day. Bottom left: Lynette Rowe and Nancy Framton clown between classes. Bottom right: the "sexy legs" contest attracts pennies from onlookers. Student Life 15 Mice Took Cake In Float Competition in 'J 3151 'x , - , Q w . .t t if!-Et, ff if i i ., if ? " Mi g-lit. wus. ,,,- i i '14 - , 7 ' AZ . , Q 3' -l Considering the fact that the classes were only given three evenings to work on their floats they accomplished a great deal. The Frosh effort was rewarded by first place in the competition. Seniors followed close behind with second. juniors and Sophomores held up the rear with third and fourth places. The floats were built at the County Fairgrounds and had to be built sturdy enough to survive the rough trip down the backroads to Ponderosa for our Homecoming game. Opposite page: Top left: Freshmen mice scurry around America's birthday cake. Top right: Seniors Tom Kinkade, Dave jermstad, and Dean Demel recreate a scene from the "Spirit of '76". Lower left: Uncle Sam, Rich Revas, admires the presents that the junior class gave to him. Lower right: Betsy Ross sews the Sophomore float together. Top left: Freshmen, Cari Chanin and Cindy Knecht, discuss the future plans of their winning float with a friend. Lower left: Alumnus, Terry Schroth, and Juniors, Jesse Gossner, and Scott Todd work on turning some paper napkins into the "Spirit of '76" float. Q.- p . Student Life 17 50,5 Friday The theme of this year's Homecoming activities was "Happy Birthday America". Monday was Red, White and Blue Day. Tuesday was cartoon Day. Wednesday almost everyone got into the act for Farmer Day. Even though Thursday was a minimum day many spirited students came dressed as monsters. Each day there were special activities during the one hour lunches such as apple-bobbing, and a sexy legs contest. Right: The drummers of the Cougar Marching Band keep up the beat of the afternoon Homecoming parade. Below left: The band accompanies the choir as they sing "America" during their first Homecoming Halftime program. Below right: Frank Todd, "The Fonz", takes inventory of his female admirers on 50's Day. 18 if :rr 1 Friday's activities started with people coming to school in their folks' 1950's attire. Floats were judged in the morning by local businessmen. A rally followed sixth period to help the football team prepare for the battle that night. The parade through town brought many spectators, but not as many as the football game rounded up. The final event for the day was the Homecoming Dance, held in the Ponderosa cafeteria. Left: The Commissioner of Entertainment, Joy Fletcher, leads the Homecoming rally. Lower left: Margie Caballero, Robin Spear, and Ray Neff start Homecoming day with one of Seniors to Washington's many pancake breakfasts. Lower right: Dan Salshury shows his skill while practicing for the hula-hoop competition. Student Life 19 Boys oined Hi-Iinx Activities This year an added flair was a welcome addition to Hi-Jinxg boys were allowed to come and enjoy the festivities. The main attraction was a spook house that was very effective until some of the guest demolished it! The evening included many activities such as apple-bobbing, a pumpkin carving contest, and a costume "show". Special awards were given to the most original costume and to the best dressed couple. The admission price for joining the fun was an old toy that was to be given to a needy child. Below: The illustrious "Doctor" W.T. Kinkade grapples with his schizophrenic "patient," David Jermstad. Right: Peggy' Mosbacher creates a good scare as she enters the gym. Bottom right: Melissa O'Meara and Kris Peterson dry off after the apple- bobbing competition. i l li ,gf ff Kelly and Erm Raced to Fmxsh m Hypnohst Rally The student body was honored to have hypnotist, Gene Clark, entertain them in an assembly. Gene used his powers on several students that volunteered to be subjects. The assembly was not a mandatory one, but it had a far better turn out than most. One of the high points of the demonstration came when Kelly Shepherd and Erin Combs speeded along in their imaginary cars while hypnotized ltop leftj. Above: Hypnotist, Gene Clark, explains the fundamentals of his profession. Left: Many juniors find that the hypnotism works on them also. Student Life 21 S Ja Y QA. . 4, 'ff' Wife' sf l,Q,s5,,zv' i ' F A 1. il ,, M S .. ,S TN. -W 43 ,?9figk'gg": .af 5 6 fx I'-'N H f w '?' : 1 3 xv L A Q35 3 2 . gg cf. iff' A1m -,a,L- Aw, .W ,Q N aww E if 'S x 1 2 R X 9 5 g 'ii - K - w i W N-Y ww., T. A X Q w Q fa-.ig lfl + as fs s ff ' ' , 5' t . A Q K , ISE! i, -W ' S 'M ...: X ' 4' ,Y K. 12 ' fi "': , l . i f ew I. K' Q 5 2 a ' . 1 4. i tb i ni , mb 64. 2? WA i 1 . Z lx ll,.,, ,, -Y 3 X X E X N This year the band and choir joined the drama department in their fall production, "We Hold These Truths". The play was a combination of narrations, songs, and slides, that told the story of America's past. It included dramatizations of key historical events, and satirical sketches. The Cast was directed by james S. Garmire. David Green conducted the band and Babs lVlcGaughey directed the choral groups for the presentation. Opposite page: Top left: Band members appear from their place backstage after the performance. 'liop right: Preston Rountltree introduces the play, "We Hold These Truths." Lower left: Ray Bernd and Andy Thomas begin their act "Blood on the Saddle." Lower right: Cast performers, Cami Young, Celeste Painter, Tracey McClintock, and Diane Bush sing during the finale. Left: Swing Choir members harmonize in one of their acts. Lower left: Sara Klotz accompanies her solo with guitar. Lower right: Mike Scariot, Jim Nelson, Jim ffggart, and Rick Nelson sing a historical boating song. M 42? 5, wif, 255: ' 1 Q ,kv, wg v , ,W ,J g. W X . i X -. . . E1 4 1 xiii? 395 5- SW X X X X t- X 5:55 k .L Q - P X, X- - Xx E. .XX X N -fsew .- . XX.: - .X --i . f 511' . ' LH' ,. +3 X XX? .Q eff f Q. -qi ir e m ' S Y . W X S isp Q . 4 4 A R The Drama department put on the play "Lil' Abner" during May in the Discovery Playhouse at the fairgrounds. Below: Connie Jones, David Sharpe, and Debbie Ismail talk over different parts of their scripts. Top right: The cast of "Lil' Abner" poses for a picture. Clockwise: Bottom left: Connie Jones, Kathy Highley, Cary Parks, Debbie McVicar, Tom Lind, Ardis Thorton, Kim McVicar, Dan Perry, Terry Schneider, Mary Harris, Tammy Stotler, Mike I-laddok, Les Shenefield, David Sharpe, Ray Bernd, julie Nichols, and Debbie Ismail. Bottom right: The members of the cast watch as Dan Perry and Mike Haddok enact a scene from the play. Middle right: Drama students enjoy a moment between rehearsals: left to right: Terry Schneider, David Sharp, Tammy Stotler, Mike Haddok, and Dan Perry. 3 26 fs QW? Y? it X- i X Actors rovrded Enhghtcnmcnt or Others Two actors came from Ashland, Oregon to demonstrate the different aspects of acting to El Dorado High School students. Left: A trouper performs a pantomime for one of the many groups that gathered to watch the artists. Below: An actor outlines the rules of a word game. Bottom: A class listens as one ofthe actors compares television with a play. Bain Student Life 27 'N Hp,-1 Raw :N 5-S? X E X. . 5 X we K . m XS S azz Concert Ended Winter Season The Jazz Band held a concert in February to finish up the winter concert season. The members enjoyed performing for their parents and friends. Top right: Mike Gonzales joins in with the other trumpeters to highlight a song. Middle left: Tuba player, Chris Miller plays his best for a good performance. Bottom left: Mike Mazzuchi watches for a cue while playing the drums. Below: Ron Fritzemeicr concentrates on the score. X N Student Life 29 Sadie "Rocked Out" Above: Erin Combs and Greg Steed exchange rings after being "hitched". Above right: Kathy DeGray "rocks out" to music played by 4'Roundhouse." Right: Curt Lomax enjoys a slow dance with his girlfriend Jody Edwards. Opposite Page: Top left: Sandy Griffin has caught the "Boogie Fever". Bottom left: Freshman, Chris Delfino dances on the hay covered floor. Top right: Maryin' Sam, Igor O'Reagan, rejoices after joining David Mclntire and Chris Stahl. Bottom Right: Melanie Nichols is deep in thought during a slow dance. 30 'F task gl A -5 X Xa .ww -- x - -N N +5 X X WTS W QS Miki .' -Qi, BW x . SS . i X S' vw X N155 emembcr . . .? ... rocking out ... construction confusion . . . lunch on the lawn . .. the karate demonstration life at the portables dressing in your Sunday best unauthorized snowball fights fun at the football games cruisin' . . . chaos at registration? 32 Q K, , z xii: ' X wx F5 KF wi Wk.. is N ft t 19, h 5 L' ' X' A 11.155-S Q i . e X T'-, M gtg V! i. 5 ,Q - gg. X A s i Xllkxkr x fiifw X g T s . S-Q Q Q .xgxx A . .t 5. 1 if .fa IA .?f' x iw. . i.: QNX ,gg .mA, J 5- 'Nr-1 .JKXA wi Q 3 x iw, Q K X1 W ,.,,X.Nwwwww.wWQ.Mww.kw .N is-ff 5 5 g ,. Alwxggm x S ix ,-, 1 . ' ,Y -. . Q 2 :ww - QR E Q, giq:.,5 ,gi Q, .ku 3 X 4 Student Life 33 Www 1 l' ' A 5 a Q I' 1 Gam.. x + , an :G if 93212355 ff -' .,.,, - .Q 'fii' - aw, ,M Q 4. Freshmen Cot Involved With High School Activities v. Jeff Abel Charlene Anderson Mike Allen Kevin Anderson Kim Ames Lorie Anderson James Amstutz Marci Angus 5 u l 2 f "' X1 Q ' X X 5 PM XE . . gi-x , , A David Armstrong Janelle Ashworth John Ax Karen Bach Q5 Q 'e -t 3 ' we I - it X.-- '-- , i t X K e st f Q 'G- N ,,. ,,:, l"13'h 1 K ' 'ff rik.. 1 fer: i t .,,..: f Steve Bacoccinl Eli ' B' ker .ss c .1 Laurie Baker Bret Bulln 6' an -Q if: it f'il'?ac. S ' --ef 3 A 12, Q ,O Q at s s 2 as P. s 5.15 is-Q so e A fe, Q - it A z , N, . 3.3 gs- ,sv -+ A i 1 in '- , ' .I , ' 5 J I , is L . 4 , "X fi . nge- f:-A M W t We X Fx E- ,-it -Q, e tus X. it -A r f . Nr 1 rrc.l, K is .. f X ee-' it - f it .i s Y 1 s f ii X Tr' 1, Top left: Jennifer Scott and Janelle Ashworth look at a piece of hair under the microscope in their science class. Bottom left: Karen Pardee, Dawn Van Bebber and Kathy Nervins wait for their next class. Bottom right: Tom Darr looks proud of his project in metal shop. -N. at-we N ' I - - - -. Q ,,,. X . -. 1 - X.. .W . 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Freshmen 37 Freshmen ook art in Spirit Week Activities Top left: Cheryl McDavid, Candy Kyburz and Susan Winje show their spirit by dressing up as farmers on farmer day. Bottom left: Sue Blair, Marie Morris and Kathy Walsh watch the hairy legs contest during the hour lunch. Opposite page: Top right: Ralph Langford takes time out to pose for the camera in his monster mask. Bottom right: Chris Montalbano, Becki Prengel, Tracy Eby and Lori Bruce are among many freshmen participating in a rally during spirit week. ,pie :S er ,tt X X es XX X -S digit. X- X ,t L - .gk S A " s XX a . if Q. . Q' ,- v- ' J T5 t .i or , :LX X i 's I: ':'- . RLI wg? K X X R -S ,,,. ' - X Q X33 X Y toss i f .Lf 3 3 - . L L. kb.' I 35 i A Q N 5 bjjgj t .. tjij- K NL .tt is , , . L Q -,f .,, X s 1 2 . L r, Y 5 qjg A i' I X fl- 5 K E. Xf ' 3 esi . e X B: - XX Xt to , ...., . - X. X t t Pm t X X U .J ".. J :a ssi -er-xiiuflr 1:55-:il B352 .'fl-flglv' 1 .ijwi ' ' ft Eaters - is X - NL - at Lg V X ' 5 " ' f , 4 -. 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Kevin Collett Mike Compton Kay Conley Iolynda Christopherson Sherry Cornelius Russell Cleland Beth Corson Alison Clement Kitty Couch Stephen Cocks Steve Cuthbertson Carl Dumoude Tom Durr Aaron D Ilona Da :Avis wson Joel Dawson Doug Day Chris De llino Tim DeRyan Kurt Dickson Nancy Dodson Joel Drcnnun Curtis Duvall Kathy Eddy Bob Hlwnrds Jody Edwards Serena Eisenhower -. h. R wx X QX X X S We KJ t 5 . X r- Ng. - ..- Af . 4 i . .' my rv s. X X t .F -. .. S ? XX QXX fi - - ,- X Monte Elliol Bob Ellis Tom Enright Scott Ervin l -van ' .. . Q . 1 N-up 5 iz Q . X x X X XX X X X Us Q X X r. iSiS3 X X X X N X S lL-- - as ivy f'vtNs X X, ,, XX! -- X - . - . rw ,X ' XM gfr s-- V- X. -Agway .S 'Is 145,23 - Q- . 4 - ' A -59" .gfii Y tw ' ,,, - . . 'L . . X 'Q . X , - Q-X XL 5 ' x MISS-F x ' X .X 5 I in Y I 'EN SXE X in 5 XX r , - -SSX Xwf -K vcr f . fxiwslw -X . a s X- X R in K ' i 'Li V: t l Qc. . X 'X' X kg. 4 G -5- -.ri - K -W-fi.-i - is- -' . .XX GA X 04? gg '.Nn.gg L 12- X- ' .X X- 5 X V. 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David Henley James Hcnnings Brett Herren Daryl Herren Susan Hill Chris Hillmer John Himmel Deborah Hitch Sandra Hokanson Darin Holbrook Gary Hood Dorothy Hoover Shirlee Hopkins Paul Hubbard Richard Huffman Chris Hughes Laurie Hunger Mall Huston Kathy Hyder Sheila Jennings Carla Jensen Bill Johnson 1 5, , s gi- 1 fl t A . . V. ., All :. 'LT .. f f: fi 5 K 1 3, 5 Q e k u . , J. vt .jg E ., W. E 4 te i t P if mk- - ,I 2 ..,. if is ' M .4 s. 5. ' A ' F- 9' I F 3 X t - ..L- . i th sf -1 i w x . ' ' A K ,, X i . X i t 5 , -f--- . t J sz " " 5' 'ig gf ' ' P ,. Q A ' ss. X X . " 2 ' 5 5 5 , 2 J' Q , ' I i K so X e Q - '-. -, J 'J-'if i 'f I' L. K il ii . i S Q 'yj-M J, P, sf Q S . ss, 1 ss'-:ws at Qggfii?f" w g1.- - Xj .est 1 :seine :silk - 2 , K to if S tt K fi . ' 1,4 - N .., . S K, , w ev ' '- 1 Sift 5 at ,LLL- s . i f' 4 ' A Qs L . ..,, ' 1 X K N. ,ft . i 1' 7, 5 se . .. i --.. L f . . g X N J H- K Q, K . ,Ei sr t K, . . X 3 . s , iw L ' RY hi' ev I - f 1- Y . L' "' , 'K . . , -V - , , I .N T ' 1 'r io .X kk .. gf, i Q ,V - 'Z - J s. 1 . K, .1 s N: X i s 'G Carol Johnson Dan Kelly Betty Laird Jody Lehman Janeene Johnson Kathy Kenworthy Lori Lancaster Mike Lenhart Jim Johnson Cheryl Jones Connie Jones Jeff Jones Frank Kawa Kevin Keller Renate Kernes Cindy Knecht John Kopp Peter Koszalka Candy Kyburz Charlotte Lnier Ral ph Langford Molly Langley Tammy Larson Eric Larusson Lar Tm ry Lees cy Lees Rich Lcverette Leane Linson James Little Denise Loeken Carolyn Louher The Godfather ex Qpposite page: Top left: The freshmen show their spirit during the parade. Top right: Freshmen ride their winning float at the homecoming football game. Above: Mark Nieolls, Sandra Griggs, Susan Schneider, and Mark Netherda work on the float after school. Top: Cindy Knecht and Cari Chanin dress up as maseots of their float. Freshmen 41 Freshmen Displayed Skill V A "" 5 . -, 'QM r, .' 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X i , -V , aid is ' . , V 'will' f' ' ' ' A l ' X ik, V' K R :,, V ' ge V, , ' ll - . if N , A K gr r' r 4 , fri V A '- ' ex if ff - ,Ve I s Cherly MeDavid Keith McDonald Tom Melintarfer John McGowan Knthy Mclntire Karen McKenzie Tom McKinney Debbie McVicar Jeannie Mclohn Christine Meyer Anna Millagan Chris Monlabano Tim Montgomery Michelle Montgomery Mike Mooney Maria Morris Bill Mott Kenneth Moulton Laurie Myers Dessal Nefl' Jim Nerwinski Mark Netherdzi Kathy Ncrvins Mike Nicholson Nils Nilson Randy O'Hnrri Vickie O'Ne:il Wade Oppliger Melvin Orr Alice Owens Karen Pardee Steven Parker .W K I r Amber Parks Sid Pearson Martin Peterson Kim Pine Laurel Patterson Jim Paltz Philip Petlyjohn Tina Pine Wendy Payton Leslie Pereira Mike Phillips Pat Pineda Lynn Pearson Beth Perry Cathy Piazza Becki Prengel A N- ,ai eff . Opposite page: Top left: Lisa Mooney works on the vault P V H' f V L while jennifer Scott reaches out to spot her. Bottm left: 1 t ig YI?" Perry Potter works on the weights during his P.E. class. . 5 A , 'P ' N V I ay, Below: Chris l-lillmer takes a free shot in her hockey game ., gt" -P is i' P f Y P ja , after she has been fouled. will Q i A fm , t rr- .. . "j -N F H E 5 , - emgff K ,j Q 5 ef PP 1 3 P li A .,.- Frey - -ex KK f--',v' 'P l - A Q it if K K P l f' K t ff1,.'K , 'ii ,Kev ,Y K . , i K 'V , , "'i' 1 1 tle - KKK? ., X K Pg 5: KK ,io .1 W K . - g f ' ,,, , Q, Y, K Q v P af- PW WP 4 P P l we if ef Q r at 1 ' 5 f- t, PP"P . M. cw Qilgfif KL Kf it K KK-'L N 'M 5 Pi ix -.D gflfg- '- 4 :stir ff SP. an s. sm ' .. W' A ' PP "i. P . .X KKKK'- K1..:,KfKgK . -- K . A , ,K K.- . K Q Q" i -S2ilF5-.fi V V f X .rt I ' ' :tk 6 'T , l r Jie figs W .44 W .af t it ,. W ,.:. r.tt new A , . ..,.,,t, . , .. Nt-its. P , M ' ,Q Zglfrf my KC: fs 3 K ft 4'V' ' it.. K QSSJ ev W 'A K K. I, P ed., r W, f. -A P ,- t x KL 'qs KK ,. r,tf'L71egg5j'. r .s.3 . -brr is 1 J' i " " Marty Price Dwayne Randolph Polilo Rodriquez Jeff Rudnick Steve Prince Gary Redden Teri Rodriqucz Chris Sage Geri Purcell Mike Puthuff Nancy Reed Sue Ricks Bob Rosauer David Ruddock Cindy Sandboln Manuel Sanchez Freshmen 43 Freshmen Enjoyed heir Free ime During un Below: Wendy Wlrite and Julie Hamner discuss their homework during lunch. Bottom left: Tony McAfee looks hungry while Steve Frost enjoys his orange drink during lunch. Bottom right: Chris Sage takes time out for a picture while eating his lunch. Xi S ' if S' E: H xi Ju ewxqwf .fi ,J .,r A , , , .,5,v.f,,w1,.':, fra, r yrs rump., ,ff 5 V- ', we ' fsiwrggzf- w'-Qjk,- , f ' rzqgifgqf, , , 'A , , M, 'we' 3' f Q Jw, ,f 'xg 7. - . f 'r vf "' i me , , f ' y ff is 'fW.1,1,-f f'-5' ' ,, J, 'i eric V r . 'M t, H In 3,0 , ,W 'V ,if V , ' 'W wwe' 3 sm, '+m,w,..r-,Q-g"'m',me-3 , I f . 'I - 1' . ,. f. vu-wg ew-'il , 5 'Ma 'P' F' " K -' if vnu M., 4 ,W ,,. 3 Q, Q 4 w 2 .M A e ',,, ...Mp S 44 Ricky Sanders Kolin Sorbello Glenn Sauls X is. -.sift K i 5 , 'st . - fb, 4 hff i as Tammy Scarrow Cindy Schamun Mark Shepherd - V S ' . " ws -I . 'Tx :E ' i , Q X f? I 4 Scott Sherrard Jennifer Scott Shelly Schlappi Mike Shcennn Susan Schneider Ward Shidcler ' 5 is XY - Q Me: X . . st i K NR S . X f K K f 3 s.2 'is ' 13 5 ei' :.1:k - r . 1 E ef r his t s fs X F Su e X 1 is i Ss :X Q ' 193' 1 -.ess S? l' Q- s W , ,,t as R XX vM,,,,.,....- ..-W' ,D t ' 3 hw ,A S X. f S' . K X. iff! ,W-f X fd Q XXX M S 1 P-sa . 'fx V t R .v X m Tues. nMon gi ...J , W V ,Q EK Y l ai. M . fu '- gi ,cf 'af " f , , " i ,X 4 1. eg 4, 1 v ,, ,gl ' , I gm 4 T is T f Q ,fe if 1 4 1 ' -3 ' tv- N, 1? 5 jr' 1 -, lil In A if sa A3 f , - ' ff 1. 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W" 2 -vffpxzt ig'-?fSf:'?.q.'i-1 f"i.'.g.'. it.'-,1,:, ,-in f w-,,-,t.':4.-- .. .Qx - .,,"s-- ,km SX' ,A 5 .4,g,gx.. . -.',:,,'-.sf ., . ' wg. " 'H '.3s,t..- gk Hg. s.,-. . 5, 'WZ-.nj wi" 'JNMV .,N,,. w X,-M' - -jf-gt' Q- " Q -, Mr at , - 4' t -5 YT' s i Z XL., ,gi Top: Freshmen boys talk and eat their lunch during lunch time. Bottom right: Cecil Hayes and Tony Trujillo watch the people go by while eating their lunch. Freshmen 45 Jill Thurlo Sara Torres Tammy Tramposch Jeff Todd Robby Tones Toni Trujillo Michelle Toombs Wayne Townzcn Kelly Turpin Dawn Van Bebber Janet Van den Dungen Bille Lori Vanderlinden x athy and Andy Captured Class Favorites I i F5 x S355 -'L -as A' A- ' of ba W Q- . . h -M-. Q , A A 1 ' S ta A Q ,sg W RQ. fs ' .f . ffm 1 3 . ' wi T - A ,SQ 5' 1 S A .. . a ri is-A , t . ' ., ' if i . ,.'i4..vtg gi I 1 A X, f A ' . H1 7 1, gr H I wfi-was . 1 A 327 fi i i i ' - " 1 , .vs , wt :-f . - Q . ..V - . t -- H . V , 511 I i. 'Lkk 5 WT . W ,, tx, X K was Q.: 1- K ,Jn X, , .. X K H i t , g ' 't 1 ' R - " -1 fi ' . i ' 13 R b . FQ Nb A . s Emi W f a A Above: Freshmen class officers relax after a meeting. Top right: Cathy Mclntire and Andy Stroud were chosen Freshmen Class favorites. Left: Andy Stroud, Kathy Eddy, and Mark Netherda discuss their coming meeting. 46 W ,XX K Q SME ll 5 .sex X X s li lg? ss st N ,H im is 5. ik A emi, RW yi, Roy Vansant Dale Waldron Mark Wulshaw Candace Wcllx Kathy Vary Linda Walker Joe Walters Kelly Wentz Debbie Waldon Kathy Walsh Eric Welch Cathy Wcxl L 'x xx? + X x . N. ,,., A - . S X Y r ff: f. 1, 'L X"t X Q -Q E I t k.h Q. ,X Nei at A 6 X t iw -. . .. w Q . S X .gs 1 ' 5' il A it ish H M' V Q sl! 1 Lxgyf Q xl s ,Y ., i I i K " ' 5 K .. . L, -. tt.. 4, 3' ' Q. ti- t 4 - s tt K i . , N t Q ,ss I N wk? .. . M Y h 1 r Q M N Q h 3?' 5455 . 'Q 1 ' " 1 sl. This page: Top left: Freshmen enjoy the rallies. Middle left: Larry Lees spends his lunch girl watching. Bottom left: Speckles captures the hearts of the sehool. Middle right: Becki Prengel dreams during her English Class. Freshmen 47 3? Top left: Wade Opplinger and team leave for their football game. Bottom left: Kelli Beane daydreams on the bus towards home. Top right: Freshmen attend the many rallies willingly. Bottom right: Heather Hamilton and Carol Johnson are absorbed in the 50's rally. Opposite page: Top left: Freshmen girls talk during nutrition break. Middle left: Chris Delfino, Jeff Sly and Tony Yurkovie look drowsy after a long day of practice. Bottom left: What goes up must come down. Top right: Gary A A Hood looks happy before his game. 5' .ew 't' 'fafivsz , 525 'Wal l i Q - X 3 Q "ei Qi ' 2. 53 i' we . ' -E "tv Q ' - Q , E L ., in if is A K i at . 'Q ' an J Q s Q t I I - if 5 . . 'lil L is - s 5. 1 . B K NA figgg E .ret et I . K .K it ' S - 'r - ' i ' xi f K K ' X SK .X -' , F K 5 -F 'S - 5 5 - ls , L E, , - R K .3 . Terri Weston Kris Wheeler Wendy White Jackie Williams Tammy Wetsel Lauri White Suzanne Willey Robin Wills 48 This page sponsored by: BENO'S 1426 Broadway Placerville, CA 622-8280 ' xxx ' K. L S ' .X ft Li Qi X Q X. X , e. . 5 Q Q S is X X s--ex X s Q u-3' M ' sv . ki f 3 YN, in new ,, ,. af "v j A 'uf gffii WWW YL wweww 1 I fl , ,S gy! wi gr::.i,- 4 Freshmen Showed any Faces S X . ee,eee X xe-. . sg, - K -X New wx. sig x X Q X s if ,J k, r A Q ii, gi , Y.-' ' . A Q 1 mpgs-'gk . A Q. ,,, , fm -N ' ,1gs5, jf,5s:.ai Q A X K K, 4 , ., 1 M I I f W X - sage -3.1 A ff., N. x - Q A - if -- 'f . x A is -' - ,4 Vi I ' s Wim ' X X ' A 3 - ' Q X is S X wr it Lflria 95, 8 H 4 51 5 4' W .film-lk" .gtk f ewes .Xia is ,Nh ' 9 rrwmvgggif - mmwmw W , t , I ,V H, I -f if . , M M , I w 1 'ee' s " ' ff' ,fl . .WW I X 1: : W f K , s H lu f :,v,..f f- 4 V sem? A J A YV ' is --swim X" si nz e I A W . . f as .s .ni 4 Y ,xg . .T:,: 4' :fx 1' 1 - ' I ' I V- . ,. g, . t..,KLrW . ,i , X 5 J cf- X' -, 'suv !, . , Skipper Wineger Diana Wynn! Lisa Willweber Debbie Wilson Jeff Wilson Lisa Wilson Susan Winje Michelle Wix Charles Wootton Brian Yates Mary Yates Tom Yciscr Dawn Young Bany Youngmnn Tony Yurkovic God Zilla Freshmen 49 ualveynauruu nn , iuundlusln-ar rusluhqn.-a WX ff 1. -I -,mf 'F Qi W ,Q 54 N S S 5 Q X fwgawa' ww I f www Football, A Season of Frustrauon Courage and lnsp1rat1on Below: John Martin, a fine fullback, watches the game intently from the sidelines. Bottom left: The team physician, Dr. R. Riley, sits and carves with wood, while the Cougars do battle with the South Tahoe Vikings. Top right: The Cougars, down at the line of scrimmage, getting ready to make a first down. Middle bottom: Kevin House, the No. l receiver in Northern California, catches the ball in warming up before the game. Bottom right: Dave Mclntire boots the ball for the extra point, as David Botenen hopes. 52 s Q. mme My R 'ya-sf f i , X ' Wg . , i X ,fic-V 2: 'Z . XE fs - . ., S' f is X . Q igfgs f-Q Q, Q. g X. 1,5 r A . -3. .2 f fi' vs. -VQSQ X P- 'Zwxi . spy - X X :fu , x- X ' V kiwi ' - V 77 ' 'A Win- tx kv . . , , . , , Q W, wa if fl. X f- 9 :.'- , 4 x QS, 6 RA X., '+L W ,x ...Q 'Qu' 'S'w,X. 5 x sn ',"' '.q..h,' 3 K . 1 i -L S X A X Q .xx FQ Iunior Varsity Ended Season With a 7-2 Record I Opposite' pagc-2 Far It-fr: lcrry 'lluttlc gains yardagt- lwfort- ht- gt-ts tackh-tl. Bottom It-fr: ,l.V. Coachcs givc instructions to a playa-r during time out. Uppcr right: 'ltcrry 'ltuttlc looks for an opcn rt-cc-ivt-r ht-forv making tht- pass. Bottom right: 'I'Iu- ,l.V. Cougars arc down on tht- lint- of scrimmagv ri-arly to makc thc touchdown play. Lt-ft: Bill Pt-arson, and Ray Hitch show diffc-rt-nt cxprc-ssions as thcy watch tht- ganna 'lthv j.V. Football tt-am had a ri-cord of 7-2. Tha- yt-ar was a good ont- for tht-m and most will lat- rt-turning nt-xt yt-ar for anothvr winning st-ason as tht- varsity tt-am. ,l.V. tcam mt-mln-rs: C. VVcathcrman, P. Goycttc, P. illoshachcr, R. Fritzmit-r, D. liakcr, T. 'l'uttlv, S. Turn:-r, B. Bt-ckcr, Coach Bolster, li. Pt-arson, Coach Watson, M. Compton. Row two: G. Cunningham, 'l'. VVt-ir, K. Thomas, R. Hitch, M. Hawkins, li. Cartcr, l,. Kc:-lt-r, D. Powt-ll, Nl. Nt-ri, Coach Van Brocklin. Row thrvc: K. Grcnnlaw, R. Savagc, B. Uann, K. Postcn, C. Martin, R. lfowlcr, 'lf ilost, R. Gay, C. Yatcs, nl. Sainanit-go, R. Torre-s. Front row: li. Kofm-vt-c, D. Vit-rra, C. Ura-nnvn, B. Glatlwill, G. Rafnson, M. Glaclson, Dc- V Skinncr, C. joncs, T. IVIQ-yor, S. Gonzalt-s, B. Harris. hyv"""'l' :Xthlctics 55 Freshman Cougars Finished 3-2-1 Below: Chris Delfino gets good yardage with the help of Mike Phillips. Bottom right: Barry Youngman, having good potential as quarterback for the Freshman, goes back to pass as Marty Peterson and Mike Phillips block. Cougar Freshman Football Team: Top row: Coach Terry Beavers, M. Duncan, S. Sherrard, M. Peterson, C. Russess, A. Davis, R. Ludlam, B. Yates, Sly, T. Uarr, M. Phillips, B. Rosauer, Scambler, B. Flllis, Coach Keith Fflder. Row two: T. Montgomery, B. Mott, C. Uelfino, B. Youngman, T. Yurkovic, B. Stahl, B. Fliekenger, B. Bishop, B. Collett, G. Hood. Row three: B. Slate, A. Stroud, C. Gillihan, Fredendall, D. Ruddock, Harlow, W. Oppliger, G. Ford, U. Husted, johnson, G. Reddin, M. Coner. Front row: F. Hanses, S. Pearson, M. Elliott, Nerwinski, T. Maslan, B. Christof, J. Jones, T. Cleland, D. Bishop, M. Donohue, C. Wlootton. Missing is Coach Don Pearson, and Coach Ray Martines. Dean Crundy standing behind Coach Elder was out with a broken arm. 56 P Q- a iss .se Top left: Freshman team memhers look on anxiously us they wait to get into the game. Middle left: Gary Hood starts the game with a flaring kick, as the rest of the Cougars follow up. Bottom left: Gary Hood, Mark Duncan, and Boh Slate ehuckle about a play which took them down into the mud. Top right: Barry Youngrnan hands off to Chris Uelfino, :is 'liy Maslan watches for a hloek. Bottom right: David Bishop gets warmed up before the game as he does dozens of situps. fn , .4 S to . NWN X t ' s fktllleties 57 4 Top left: Front row, S. Kremer, D. Hannon, R. Wilson, G. Burch, Middle row, P. Kozalka, M. Nicholson, Roberson, M. Mooney, M. Colins, Last row, Agular, K. Mellow, D. Mclntire, T. Davis, Moore, K. Carlson, not pictured, K. Sorbello, Coach Pacieno. Top right: Jeff Moore uses his backhand at the net, while Ross Wilson is ready for the backup. Middle: Tim Davis does a overhead serve. Right: Jay Agular uses his forehand in an attempt to hit the ball over the net. 58 Nctters Swung lnto Season W! S . 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E Q Q- bf W -.., FL ,t,X7i Q it W Q, LE " S , ' i . , ,L f f .Ti ':Q:" ' S gf' Y Y ki' 'l'i "L': if I Z .Kg --,- vt.. Tennis had a successful season with 5 league wins and 3 losses. They ended the season in second place. Shirley johnson, Shannon Stroud, and Gayle Cate had fine seasons and went to the league championships. Top left: joy Fletcher attempts in vain to return the serve. Top right: Shannon Stroud uses her forehand to return the ball. Center left: Shirley Johnson waits patiently for her opponent to come on the court. Center right: Jenny Wright waits for the return of the ball. Center: Kris, Gayle, and Joan listen to coach Pacino's instructions before the match. Bottom: Tennis Team. Front row: Candy Kyburz, Kathy West, jeanelle Ashworth, Cheryl McDavid, and Carol Johnson. Second row: Kris Peterson, Shannon Stroud, Shirley Johnson, jenny Wright, Joy Fletcher, Gayle Cate, .Ioan Ashworth, and Coach Pacino. 'K T - ,R X 'Q , mt I ...Q . K Q ,Ai S -Ft 5 s A ' lx fl Boys' and Girls' Teams Ran Cross Country Top left: Curt Lomax out-runs his opponents in the race against South Tahoe. Top middle: Tina Helm runs the last stretch of the race. Top rightg Ed Nicholson sprints the last 50 yards to win the hoys varsity race in the Tahoe Invitational. Middle left: Jennifer Ludlam pulls ahead of her opponent from South Tahoe in the last stretch of the race. Middle right: Steve Able, Jim Hansen, and Marvin Taylor loosen up before their race starts. Bottom left: Larry, Billy, and Ed, practiced hard and it paid off in their races as they always placed in the top 10. 60 qu X N.. Q. ws Y, ,MW , Q., ,Q .Q F meg! at ii-ik.-fix -K Qusc as kkhh r ., X ,, .,.. -iff-if. N N 4 A s X W 1 . . . M t ..K,j K - g, K 1 - .tg W'- KN. K Ka 2 ig? S.. fsgxffa M -' i . i, ...Q K . , K it 'Tk .. ,mi ,AK ' .V .:, ARL? viii .. -ii' 4' st . ' ' K .-M 1-Y " KM is .tix - -7 K' Kmh . .K - - KKK, A Q ---- 7 'f 'lf 9 W aft 3 fs t Nyc K, A X K f K at N-.K QP? 1. H, .,, ' H . - - Q... KK 5 ,.,.....,.1.,,-S. K .KK .fa wx" t gt..- .Q K KK K K KK NW K,, K a , ly .K. ay ,gsfff .TV " 'K ll j 1, an ' "t 5' X f - vga . K K -gash. si. X-m1is.f ., . Q -fx iS-6.5 ., 4 "E, xr X ' ' Q- 4 K 5,5 . l 'sat f 3, 6. , K ,. . . 7' 5, vw ,Woof . +4 5 as .wa X, ,N 0 e --.-......m,,... -nn-an .,,....... E S 2 X.. ...... Top left: Coach Steed gives instructions as to which heats they will run in. Middle left: Klolin Christopherson, shows her style as one of the top j.V. runners. Middle: 'lierry Christopherson ran for the girls Varsity team and had a fine season. Middle right: David Ayres had a fine season racing, in spite of this heing his first time racing. Bottom left: Coach Steed gives instructions to the timers and score keepers. Bottom right: Billy Kloe Langford fights hard in the race at the South Tahoe lnvitational. -N, c K + . .Kagwws Q . Q -cw--,. Q s N . .. ...W . , ,F . . K . VK was K wc ft? .Q W . c - .. Q N A A . Qcaaw .tt - N ,gs - K-'st 4. - sfmfsss -Q Q K I 'f' -. t, . X . . . fc ... . .W L K -A fssw-Q3,s.t..2 -- as .. s as A . -Q- Q l ts. . ' wi c "Ns sf T' a. - 1. 1 to . f 5 ,... K .4 , - X K K ' at ...sv .s. V t , -.ac A -Q .X . Athletics 61 Top right: Jack Pratt and Craig Weidmer open the way for Ron Bolton to dribble clown for a goal. Middle left: Marco Venegas fights his way through his opponents. Middle right: Preston Roundtree watches Dave Neitzel take a penalty kick. 1975 Soccer Team, Front row: D. Henley, Roberson, M. Mooney, P. Roundtree, E. Larusson, T. Borem, M. Sidley. Znd row: Pratt, H. Hopkins, D. Buist, S. Parker, E. Baker, R. Atkins. 3rd row: D. Herron, C. Harmon, L. Salisbury, D. Neitzel, C. Arundell, C. Jennings. Back row: M. Venegas, B. Lane, J. Greb, R. Allardice, M. Stewart, Gossner, T. Abbott, Coach Gernes. 'I' Wi ig faffifi -1, .. tv if gf . if Z . 5 ZAZ V K .. W' -ek.: fm ssswti -k , W 3. ft' '54 Soccer ook Sth In League Q5 Mayes. ...ff ew A ww Q The season ended with 5 wins and 9 losses. The highlight of the season was the Rio Americano tournament. Even though the team lost, they played their best games of the season. This year's team captains were Robert Allardice and Brian Lane. Selected best all around Manuel Sanchez and Brian Lane captured the title for all league and honorable mentions. Top left: Soccer involves a lot of running and jeff Gossner and Robert Allardice proved they could handle it. Top right: Mike Greg shows us his form in passing the ball to a teammate. Middle left: Mark Stewart dribbles the ball down the field in hopes of scoring against Jesuit. Middle right: Preston Roundtree throws in an overhead pass. Athletics 63 The girls ended their season Varsity Bumpcd heir Way to Victory undefeated for the second year in a row. Because of her skill and great personality Lynn Ostogy was selected most valuable player. Top right: The varsity team always had fun cheering on the J.V. team to victory. Middle left: Valerie, Jerri, Shelly, and janet listen intently to Coach Vitell's instructions before the big game against Edison. Middle right: Mrs. Ellithrope took over for Coach Vitell during the game against South Tahoe. Bottom: Team-front row, Jeri McCoWan, Melisa O,Meara, Jo Foy, Joyce Cundell. Middle row, Coach Vitell, Lynn Ostogy, Shelly Andis, Jana Rosevere. Back row: Chris Ostogy, Denise Bye, Janet Scott, Joan Reynolds, Caroline House. Em lst in GEL Girls' J.V. played to the best of their ability and took lst place in G.E.L. Julie Welter, a graduate senior and player from last year, coached them and did a greatjob. Top left: J.V. Volleyball Team. Front row: Theresa Meeks, Nancy Ervin, Lisa Howarth, Chris Meyer, Patty White. Middle row: jenny Garret, Connie jones, Pam Lahiff, Nina Fisher, Katie Morris, Julie Hamner. Back row: Coach Welter, Beth Corson, Sherry Cornelius, Meg Campini, Velma Lumsden, Karen Gangelhoff. Middle left: Many of the parents and students helped out by keeping score for the game. Middle right: Members of the team sitting out gave their support to the team on the floor. Bottom left: Sherry bumps the ball to her teammates. Bottom right: Teammates watch Nina Fisher practice her serve before the game against Ponderosa. Y fe li -if Athletics 65 C---Q-4 Nine Cougar Racers Went to State Meet W, ,V , 1, lf' awww unaw- Ski Team Members: Back row: Coach Ed Newell, T. Maslan, C. Chappell, L. Keeler, D. Baker, J. Harn. Row Two: G. Helm, S. Stroud, M. Netherda, T. Enright, R. Bolton. Row three: P. Mosbacher, L. Webber, S. Netherda, L. Howarth, A. Delfino, Manager, R. Revaz. Row four: D. McDavid, R. Jennison, G. Wheeldon, K. Peterson, D. Jermstad. Front row: L. Stahl, E. Combs, K. Howard. Missing: M. Christoph, M. Collins, E. Baker, M. McCoy, E. Laruson, M. Bauchamp, S. Teresi, B. Gladwill, K. Thomas. Top right: Erin Combs, the No. l girl racer for the Cougars, races at state in both slalom and giant slalom. Middle left: As a first year racer, Kris Peterson places high in most all races throughout the season. Middle right: David Baker gets down low, as he received many points for the Cougars. Bottom right: Erin anticipates the next racer, as Kris and Lisa feel for the one that just passed by. 66 f-as f . Top left: The Cougars were led through the season by the excellent coaching of Ed Newell. Coach Newell was not a teacher at El Dorado, but took a lot of his time and effort with the Cougar racers to have a winning team and take second place in the "C" division. Top right: Lisa Stahl looks good through the top gates, as she races down the Slalom course at the state meet. Middle left: Christian Chappell, races at the state meet as a freshman, taking 13th out of 75 racers in the Giant Slalom. Above: Greg Wheeldon pulls through the 14th gate while gaining speed. Bottom left: David Jermsted, a senior, races his fourth year for the Cougars doing a fine job. Racers who attended state in Giant Slalom are: Christain Chappell, l3thg Joe I-Iarn, 32nd: Erin Combs, l8thg Lisa Howarth, 20thg Kris Peterson, 32nd, Romona Jennison, 40th. Slalom: Joe Harn, 25th, Dave Jermsted, 26th, Greg Wheeldon, 29th, Kris Peterson, 18th, Romona jennison, 32nd, Lisa Stahl, 38th. This page sponsored by H LEE HARMON, D.D.S. 3173Turner Athletics 67 Placerville, CA 622-4188 iii .f it ii 1 ta f r sas i W f ff: rwilze' Y Ak f ge 44 T , ,W at Q 'gf 4 , F 1 T , . ,'1'G i 5 ,c, Mfr M yxgf' 1 as was-' S i-agvaignfwew-'::f 5 f 1 a 1 A if , A , 1, ,214kf,irf1j'?e x -. fav-??J .'fv-g.."" ,2,.+f1., . ,JL X H - ' 1' , , . ,+ K ' it a wa, f-3wsz,1i'rKfieax1a fa , K '2 L fy V M :gy r, fmL,rwfr1Y'rJ,,,ggg,,, ,,,A,,,5,m ke xygglyj- ,fy , - .aw , 1 2 1 - HY tif W ' 22 I" ' .5 ' ' M132 131'53.".0a:3.C' :.5wSg1'5 " 3 : 1 , ' 431532 5 ' 5+ ni l X 'I T: .eff gf , 2 ,,.:,.,:.,3, ggi a 3 V A gin' - Q f U f - geffi T 5 :ir f"1.p1'-mx ' fa Q Slug! if4g if 3 r K in : arf , , V iii ggi A' e 35 3' li 2' I . B KP , at F 2 5 f ,, jr fe fr M, at 5 i. K I ' A 'Qs 15 ff F! 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V, -Yel p 'V i lah ' ' taffs at 1233538 Q fa afffJ,.,,,, ini,n , , , FW? . , , , A it ,,,, ,,, ,,,.. , ,,,, L,,,,, ,W ,K , 1 - A The boys ended their season with 15 wins and 8 losses. They participated in thru. tournaments including the T.O.C. They took third in the annual Gold Dust Tournament, and second in the Woodland tournament. Highlight of the season was the victory against Jesuit. We were the first team to break their 82 game winning streak. It was a long hard fight with Marshall for the second place spot but our team came through and captured it by beating Marshall in a play off game 49 to 47. Top left: ohn Shepherd shoots over the opposing team, Jesuit, for a quick two points. Top right: Glen Gabrielson controls the rebound as Kev-in I-louse, Terry Tuttle, and John VanSant position themselves and block out a Folsom player. Bottom right: Kevin House has a fast break and drives to the basket for a layup as Dave Mclntire and Glen Gabrielson come down to help. 68 ow Ao xiii 4 MX mcse GDR' if l'iXg3.Li.'P,f, X , iw ig' A iv w . .- f Lf 1 if 1 E . l . H saxsfigigjzeg V t PM 1+ M im I QUE' QOH BELV? .Ja ei DUI? Z .lf ivpqggt HQOR 4802 ,iff 21 . QUE' 4 4 Q44 as , it 3 Q. 2 Ei fi 'is 1 is .. ..ii Top: Front row: W. lssacs, K. Mellow, Hamn, M. Witherow, M. Piekley, VanSant, Sheperd. Back row: D. Mclntire, T. Korzan, K. House, Agular, G. Gabrielson, T. Tuttle, S. Christof, Coach Golomb. Far left: Glen Gabrielson shoots for two. Middle left: Terry Tuttle dribbles down the court in hopes to pass off to an open player. Left: David Mclntire shows his shooting form. Above: john VanSant leads john Hamn, Ken Mellow, and Mark Wirherow in a song before the game. Athletics 69 B5 rm: T ' it 25 ASW N .Ig WA bs l wr ' Q K X X X X 'LX - ,K N fx! A ,-Q N s fo? . A QB .XB , - 'A S Q Girls' Varsity Took Champ1onsh1p 4th Strzught Year It was a long hard season for the 15 girls who made up the girls' varsity team, but despite injuries and elements beyond their control, they ended the season with 22 wins 3 losses. They were champions of the Gold Dust Tournament, and took second place in the Dorothy Spec Tournament at Davis. For the fourth straight year they were champs and were invited to the tournament of champions. 74 Z1 '7"S ' El Dorado Opponent --A- AAAA,7:,i.l t 3 ,1g.fQE-f. 26 ,,,. f 1: mmaicoieg. l . f ... Soiiiflifsfifaiihvf A i l . so ri e if A i A :.i: 66 47: l lip ' ,T S2537 , '-f- tm ,. . ,,,,,. ,. lc. .wr em- -S'f'2??Zf' 1 . . . lo, ,,AL is , , ., ijt?,.f.a1i,1,11:i2y:g f, J .31-ffiifffll 5 lf., ,vigil-ff'i fi Law, ,.,,ggf.,tg ' 5 Q 1149: iiiaiiisfbfs ,fMig,,g?ir 35355 zrffikifgff - fwwflf 4 Opposite page: Top left: Erin Wilsciii gives Joan Reynolds a victory hug. Above: Rhonda Conrad, who was injured towards the beginning of the season, came back and played in the first game of the T.O.C. She is shown here after a quick fake to her opponent and an attempt for two points. Top center: Melissa O'Meara shows her form in her fantastic jump shot which scored many points for the cougar cause. 'Fop right: janet Bethel, 6'3', shoots for two. Bottom: 1976 Cougar Team: Front row: S. McClellan, Fletcher, G. Cate, J. Foy, Rosevere, P. Whitt-. Back row: Reynolds, M. O'Meara, E. Wilson, Bethel, Coach Vitell, C. House, R. Conrad, K. Oakes. Top left: Joy Fletcher and Rhonda Conrad lighten a serious moment when the team is four points behind. Above: Gayle Cate goes in for the layup. Middle left: jo Foy dribbles around a Folsom player. Far left: Erin Wilson shoots over her opponents. Left: Miss Vitell's excellerated effort as Varsity Coach was well rewarded when she received the "Coach of the Year" title from G.E.L. Athletics 75 Girls Took 2nd in League lt was a fun and exciting season for the girls who made up the .l.V. team. They worked hard at practice and played their best at the games. They ended the season tied with Marshall for second. Prospects look good for the next year's varsity team as the girls move up. Right: Front row: D. Hitch, Coach Rocha, L. Pierro, Campini. Middle: C. Meyer, K. Kalivitch, C. Marco, C. Locher. Back: M. Campini, K. Carrick, K. West, L. Wilson. Middle right: Debbie Hitch concentrates on her free throw. Bottom right: An exhausted, Karen Carrick, wipes her face as she concentrates on the game. Bottom: Chris Meyer controls the floor on a fast break to the basket for an easy layup. 6 Q-,QR A6 V-X i P04 i' S Wrestlers Piled To The Top Below: Junior Varsity: Top row: A. Stroud, B. Flickinger, G. Cummington, S. Sherrard. Bottom row: Coach Flickinger, J. Seambler, R. Ellis, B. Nichols, Coach Jones. Bottom: Armando Samaniego holds his grip tight. Right: Varsity: Berthelot, D. Andrews, M. Sanders, R. Samaniego, Martin, Harlow, M. Elliott, Herzberg, A. Samaniego, M. Davis. Middle right: Mike Sanders contemplates his next move. if' 1 X y X I -'---.-....,,,M .tx ul A rx . - l A ,. M 1 ,,,, .,. Ns. :kits sw ..,f-sect X A... . :gg . ,W-N' Top left: Ricardo Samaniego raises his hand in victory after a hard match. Middle left: Paul Fluclcy gets ready for his opponent. Bottom left: Various schools stand around the mat at the annual El Dorado Wrestling Invitational. Top right: El Dorado's team lines up at the tournament. Above: Chris Jones shakes his competitor's hand before their match starts. The Cougar wrestlers did very well this year. junior Varsity pinned down first in the league. Varsity placed a close second to Ponderosa. Atheletics 79 Above: Ron Bolton does his thing in the long jump. Top team picture: Back row: S. Pardee, J. Gonzales, K. Carpenter, T. Fulton, B. Langford, B. Hargrove, D. Parks, E. Nicholson, M. Greenlaw. Row two: Coach Meyers, T. Reinecki, D. Nitzel, D. O'Halleron, L. Morgan, D. Botnen, L. Sharp, M. Dixon. Row three: Coach Renoylds, K. House, A. House, P. Cassulas, K. Beane, M. Venegas. Front row: S. Berk, D. Baker, J. Baker, P. Cova, T. Abbot, R. Bolton. Middle right team, J.V.: Top row: Coach Renoylds, M. Peterson, A. Samaniego, M. Sanchez, K. Greenlaw, K. Harris, P. Rodeiquez. Row two: Coach Meyers, T. Davis, Sly, E. Davis, M. Ellis, R. Fritzemier, S. Berk. Row two: P. Mosbacher, D. Taylor, A. Stroud, R. Torres, D. Ayres. Front row: T. Yurkovic, G. Hood, C. Delfino, R. Ludlam, D. Malcam. Bottom team picture, Girls: Top row: J. Scott, Coach Meyers. Row five: P. Nerwinski, J. Foy. Row four: J. Sherb, D. Vanbebber, K. Carrick. Row three: L. Rowe, K. Peterson, K. Petersen, Rosevrare. Row two: K. Elam, K. House, K. West, M. Reinecki, K. Hill, Front row: D. Douglas, J. Christopherson, D. Foy, T. Christopherson, C. Hughes, M. Hughes. Opposite page: Top left: Marco Venegas four foreign exchange student from Costa RicaJ hands the baton off to Tim Fulton in the 440 Relay. Middle left: Mr. Hadley, our race starter, fires the gun high in the air to start the varsity high hurdles. Bottom left: Chris Delfino flies around the second corner going strong. Top right: Tony Yurkovic jumps in the JV 330 low hurdles with tremendous strength. Middle right: Erin Davis pulls ahead in the 440 against Amador. Bottom right: Karen Carrick, Marie Morris, Janet Scott, Jo Christopherson, and her sister, Melanie, show off with their individual expressions of keeping warm. 80 rack Team umpecl for Joy 1 . fi. .QQ .- 'L GSM -.-4' 1,73 .. A . H-A QQ uqqpm Q--.Q-...... ,. .....---Q-5.2-'XX' Q L ,Www A K .1 S K X Q TK Q -Q A ,K Z ...',-.1 S ,,.... I N 4 "M xlap - . X' -regu- Athletics 81 wg S wr -' I, 5: Q X 82 .N Jw M. , , S EW gif gtxm - V A ' Q. N" 5 7 ,L 1 .' 5 A 1'2- if k Q .Y A Nw XS. S Qnekg '3- .ggnfly .sb ag S-. i ,Rik QR KS S .Q ..h, Yk.. K . s I mmg!A 22 . ts 1 f .M .. . --W.: X K - 1- : i-I53ifE55sf+'1g Kgs X s Hs.. . +' kg.. we . ,Nt .. W N . -fe .M X .M 'wxsexaf' z S.. ..,ggg,.sS4i if . sf . ,A g , L N fkfxfisisinseigk ' . . . . K gg 3 , qua- . -I -A' is .ft 2: ...., - ge - . Opposite page: Top left: jo Anne Foy takes a spill on the track, but always has Margie and Sally to comfort her. Middle left: Dana Foy and Terry Christopherson run their way to victory while Pete Cassula watches as they pass by. Bottom left: Lynette Rowe, a fine athlete, runs the low hurdles having good form and fast speed. Top right: Janet Scott flies into the air to get a lot of yardage over the sand pitts. Middle right: Terry Christopherson bundles up on the hill waiting for her turn to compete. Bottom right: Peggy Nerwinski runs with all her might to get out in front. Above: Top left: Tom Abbott gives a good push and clears the high jump bar with enthusiasm. Middle left: Andy Stroud runs hard and gets speed to go over the pole vault bar. Bottom left: David Baker, Tom Abbott, and Larry Sharp get warmed up for the Varsity high hurdles. Top right: K. Scanaviono, N. Van Brocklin, T. Beavers, and L. Harrison are just a few of the timers, getting together and posing for the camera. Middle right: Larry Sharp gives a very tired expression after running his race. Above: Anson House winds up to throw the discus. Athletics 83 .QW Below: Janet Riley does one of her better falls into the pool. Below left: Sue lssitt is ready to go in her take off position. Top right: Shawn Netherda swims the 100 freestyle with great strength. Middle right: David Thomas gets good air before completing his dive. Far middle right: Gordie Helm takes a deep breath during the 100 breaststroke. Bottom righk: Kevin Corson pulls ahead in the 500 freestyle. 84 Swimming Team Floatecl A , V V -- -V r '13 . . , F., . M...-n-l0""'W on New Power ...ff 9 I S 3 5 2 E l EX 3 .. it KLXA -J Q if NNN I ...R lb A 'yn 5 KJ' , 11,1 , SS AX ,E A .f Fe- ei . Saeed! -lf. X 3 3 'Q t 4.. f Top left: Bill Gann tucks tightly to make his dive come out smoothly. Middle left: Kevin Kenworthy flies off the starting block with tremendous strength. Bottom left: Cheryl McDavid shows her stroke in the 100 freestyle. Top right: Back row: Coach Kenworthy, T. Donahue, K. Kenworthy, S. Berthinier, J. Mayfield, D. McDavid, C. Rassmussen. Row three: M. Netherda, M. McCoy, S. Gavin, D. Thomas, M. Donajue, G. Helm, C. Lomax. Row two: L. Keeler, T. Gruwell, K. Corson, R. Spear, B. Donahue, V. Whitaker, Front row: Harrison, B. Gann, B. Christof, M. Huston, M. Christof, B. Stahl. Above: Back row: Tammi, M. Angus, J. Walden, J. Johnson, E. Wilson, J. Bethal, K. Bauch, Cundall. Row three: N. Willey, S. Carpenter, M. O'Meara, Riley, lsitt, S. Netherda, N. Garrett. Row two: Coach Kenworthy, J. Edwards, J. Ashworth, C. McDavid, S. lsitt, C. Stahl, K. Tomlinson, L. Bauch. Front row: L. Dezzani, M. Huston, S. Willey, B. Corson, K. Kenworthy, L. Winkler, L. Wilson. Athletics 85 Girls' Softball roved Girls Wcrcn't So Soft 'af T 3 f , 1 :,' if vnu, ,. , M Team: Top row, L. Pereira, T. Vogt, K. Long, S. Johnson, P. White. Middle row, L. Ostiguy, S. Andis, K. Morris, G. Cate, J. Fletcher. Bottom row, D. Locken, C. Ostiguy, P. Lahiff, Hammer and C. Meyer. 1, W. s. . few' , N YZ .,33Q4351f Z 1 f V ' WWW ' : , .Q 711 ft. my fi' '- MX X K ,TWV . H A .gi , ji .N K ll -"ie ff., . ww.. K , -4 ,..,,1j-jgQzqtgrfffJ:..,,.if4hz.t ,, ,W - i- f - ig M. 'gtg - 3 . ' N? ti'e tete . t g ito. . . ' ' A '-.- . . giiilM'l"f?5"if1 9 . f pg PM t. L, A A -...uw i'ng.,P.vzW,w - . A fit .,,ao. et. Q .,ow..ff X.M--. 'iff 7... u 'ni LL'.- 15'-:M if .1.:gn.s.g, .. wx- . -, -. .. . f .SFW 'H ,, fwfwwsi -wt-.f-...E . . ' -f We' ' -- , . . ' A Ni.. Q Q FWW.. it M if t - '--' at 'I , -Q ' .2 in MJ' W3P1au... .4. 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Middle right: Gayle Cate attempts to hit the ball and bring the runner on third home. Bottom right: Pam Lahiff turns and makes a quick snap to catch the runner off base. This page: Top left: joy Fletcher circles first on her way to second. Top right: Pam Lahiff and Julie l-lamner warm up between innings. Middle left: Katie Morris swings hard in an attempt for a base hit. Above: Shirley Johnson slices at a low ball. Bottom left: Gayle runs up on a ground ball. Atheletics 87 Varsity Baseball Featured Big League Action Top left: A Ponderosa man tries to steal off of the pitcher as right: Curt House, the number l pitcher for the Cougars Scott Friddle brings him back to first base. Bottom: John bends down far for his fast ball pitch that got many men out. Hamm, the Cougar center fielder, cuts at a slider pitch. Top 88 Below: Stan Meyers runs into home base to receive another point for El Dorado. Bottom left: Top row: Manager, R. Lenhart, S. Meyers, S. House, S. Meyers, C. House, T. Korzan, D. Cornwall, Coach Watson. Row two: Cumbra, R. Washabaugh, J. Van Sant, T. Morris, B. White, -I. Shephard. is Front row: M. Nigh, W. lssacs, Hugo, Hamm, M. Bauehamp, S. Friddle, G. Yaple. Top right: Scott House swings with strength to hit a fast ball pitch. Bottom right: Ted Korzan reaches to catch a fly hall with Greg Yaple hacking him up. - if H 9523 . i X ' -.zf , X wfbtieaixxi 424' i if 'K M iss? R , .x , K X' i K .1 W., 5 at, " I i:,...f e M f fl ,Wifi , Ax., ,., Hu rf -'FK' M MT N . 54 "sig " ' Sports 89 IV Slid And urlcd To Diamond Victories 5 S. wi ' M X .EW ' fl' S ' .Q it E igi k I as . ' ..,.. , A-3,3 Ls J . F if V, - W..... .r ..-.,w Ms-iff . - F: KJ fff.: N mh.1, K... J ., q.,i mW,1, ,.,. QXIA A t if t. . at ,L " t . i L ' s . . A F gf vegii--f.f-T' ,fz+?t.'w.f.f'.1v w esexmf- A J ami? -if 'Q .it va W , A Top left: Front row, C. Drennen, B. Youngman, M. Neri, T. Ingles, Barnes, S. Frost, F. Pierson. Back row, K. Dunn, T. Tuttle, C. Escobar, B. Pierson, M. Washabaugh, G. Hayworth, H. Muluchi. Top right: Terry Tuttle, our no. 1 pitcher, fires a fast ball. Above: Gary Hayworth slides into third. Far right: Harry Maluchi waits for the throw to first in time to get his opponent out. Right: Barry Youngman snatches the ball just in time to get the third out against their Folsom opponents. 90 'xo -X as.-"K"2"' K3kiQfsi9-S A '-fS"N4J .4 Yr-. Sirk, s..-,,-1.1 aa e..t.Sg..-Q-sf.. xt. --...N-w'.w-s ...gif s Y - 5 ' LA.' twig ,nr a it :sf .. 4. S e -. sfggtgggs, x-'sayin ' 1 i'f7?N5 K' s - sf S X' fgegifg 3"?'31.,.g..,t-.5 Q9 X' 31 1: s .e ft if 5 .N ,. . Q,X, , V ,M -ar g: - a g? P tk ,i4..s3st4 . 1 . 'w--AMY. iie:"f'if '- U '."x:9eY,, is .. .LIN sv . -'if-fff' Sill 5f"i?'?Q"'i?FF"f5Wsx?s f . liixiff rg , if as sg, - . :rig f tv , Y.-,. f A tai, - N it' ' .i .. K -Q' pw f-wi S-+'i3'TE.?e H+ We e - A. - .ff ' ifsfx. -150:63 .1 Asif'-.13 S. f N :views .. sf- 'K vw... is - -. 2 yr. c ." 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Middle right: jeff Jones and Wade Oplinger wait in line after Craig Gillihan, to wash their golf balls. Bottom: Front row, C. Gillihan, J. Jones, C. Wright, G. Wriglit, W. Qplinger. Back, B. Wier, S. Christof, S. Wise, B. Yates. . Q' t l' f 535' M.. 5, 5'-K'i,'. .z .x 'T 1-1 2'-.nj gf ' K I mm A4 Fdltor Marcie Huston J 1. W I v ,WM-Y-'gl 'X' We elk? 4 Active eople Made Spirit Week appen A, 5322 ,f 94 Sophomore i,,,,'i-Q, 'M , A , I ..,,.. M jr inf, A Av y , ,W ,ll .5 y X X is - I X Q , K fix 5 Q K iw. 3 7 . , e ft r - fi.: - Q- in l 2 ix Qu? Q 1 N o -. . Steve Abel Michelle Adair Dennis Ahlstrom Bob Akin Janie Albusche Q, .,.. , :,k: iw 6 ei .QL 'F is Q i.'- Q3 F Y' Steve Allen Kevin Allison Cindy Ames Lynette Ashby Cary Avery w is A ' X X if -r X M ,. ..,. Lori Bach David Baker Lynette Ball Robert Hall Dave Bandy Laura Barnett Terri Barnett Doug Bendlc Bruce Becker Gary Bence Tami Benner! 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Top right: J.V. football players entertain the crowd with their impression of the cheerleaders hello cheer. Middle right: Terri Edwards gets into the swing of things as she ties for second in the hula-hoop contest. Opposite page: Top left: Jill Brown and Cindy Butts dress alike on Cartoon Day as Pebbles. Bottom left: Sandy Bever sits on the sophomore float which despite all their hard work and enthusiasm received last place. Top right: A group of liillbillics Rachael Hoover, Jennifer Ludlam, Kim Stover, Tammy Stotler, and Kim Meschi stop and pose for the camera. Sophomore 95 Sophomore Classes Involved Everything From Goats to inecones Below: Gary Hayworth, Katie Morris, and Steve Able work quietly in their English ll class. Right: ln Biology Armando Samaniego and Larry l-lerzberg discuss the classification of pinecones and needles. Opposite page: Top left: Chris Jones shows his artistic ability in making a clay figure. Bottom left: Kevin Wentz and Craig Escobar sharpen a Tool in their shop class. Top right: ln her horsecare class Georgia Purcell practices goat tying. News . .,,,,, We 1 is. W W Q , s I 1 4? 'lfi Y? ' f fi v -, i J f-- I if ,i ' , 1 . at .15 1 H ff! At' fe I V' W ff , l, A ,,g?:41'1gg ,.f f., gi fi' saga f if ff? 6,195 f 1, af. ,gi get 'K ' M ' ' figs 5 lla -. , , Us rank! if at if rf ii ii AM ' K A vieflai it Eu, L Karen Carrick Colleen Carter 96 fwvswa .W .Q L l as , 1 5 K if fr , I 3-,sv-., Wi A . Q 5 QA , i Q ' Wifi? A fs., ,v 'rr '- Jw nf Gu ,1 'nl . if.. ?1?....gf.:-W .,.-. ,A ... we f 2 r 1 f 'N as -sn , .J si .. r '- , I . . .,., . - V . mf 2114 ' '-A .., .W L.,,g., . , 7 ' f ' giiiiggri- if L. 1 fziv f l C2 A- Q 'W' 1 is '- K ' 1. .x ' ' . .V asv' . - :eye ,gina f va, - lic. 05 .i U 'F ' 'Ylt"S,f?3,i I N W , , 2 ik X . -fi . ,. is . sag? .t .. r . .- ' - f Eire? .Q : . . 71: :' . ' i . xiii X ' if ., ,z f at ff A-iw? .pizza xx is , . .ar , X , . 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Bottom right: Tina Helm warns her friend about the prying eye of the camera. Opposite page: Bottom left: Sophomore class favorites were Terri Edwards and David Baker. Terri was a j.V. cheerleader and Basketball Homecoming Princess. David was involved in sports and sophomore class Treasurer. Top right: Sophomores gather, after school, downtown to wateh the Homecoming parade. 1 Q , 1 i si . ig. . 5 1 ' 6 K 1 Q 4 . . me . , .... W V f H fig? . . .e-5.-Q . -s as-xx - aging 'E ily I ' ', " . eff ' ii if. fan W vi ' Q , A ' W . 'l ii i . 1 'ff Jli s si 'vi fi ' ii , if' '-. . f X 5 if fer: N' isiiufgzw 25.5 f .. 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M V , - Q X ' 2 wi .4 Jennifer Loving Tim Lyons Chxis Martin Mike Mazzuchi Royann McCormick Jennifer Ludlam Gilbert Maggard Karen Matthews Ribin McAtee Matt McCnwn Velma Lumsden Michelle Malta Diane Maxwell Tracey Mzflinlock Bruce McDowell Sophomores lOl hysical Activities Attracted Sophomorcs Below: .I.V. Football team gets together for the Homecoming Parade. Top right: Erin Amstutz adjusts her snorkel in her scuba diving class. Bottom left: Boys listen to their P.E. teacher give instructions about gymnastics. Opposite page: Top left: Karen 'l'omlinson bounces on the tramp during P.E. Bottom left: Jeremy Lamberson shows his strength while lifting weights. Bottom right: Terri Noetzelmann practices setting up a volleyball. MM Wm .viii . L an W , , :TE i s A ff " .V V ., c w.,5:,gz ff xx V ra 5 ,efiift iesi , KQV' .V H "xt - 4- r . David Mcliindley David McNeil Robert Meeks 102 gxjrv .vw , fl . r 2: . 35 nw il . ,fr Teresa Meeks Kim Meschi Lisa Metcalf V: ,, ,I ' 374 fa .wwiw T' 21,51 3 ,. Jlzviitt '- ., Af, 5 X, W, QQQZJA! 95. QQ S W 3 4' 4 .. ,, g , ii V . ag 3, .' 1312 is Ht., .' ' ,. ix , I i H Y' -if is , 1. if in Tim Meyer Tim Miller Kurt Mikkoia John Ninchew Chris Miller Lisa Mooney 2- :Sit i K if git... if 'Q Q be S 1 wx x X xxx s it we as Q 2 ,t A f H - 'w fifii-fiaf. f my ww" 6 ,Q if I t x X 1 A N x 1 ,-,. K xg I K xx Q XX Q f xx rw Qs R f' Q 5 L L q 1 , F QR. N , Q -we 535,15 261. wg rw 1 ' 1 ' K A. ,, ' M' W H 4' " f A 53 K ,,L , E1 "' nw , ' , f 5 1 -., . ,jf ' M " fi, ui A ,- , . f 24 ra -,, 4 x -- ' . 25 A -L :g f , L ng n n n - A' ng ka Q5 Li, .. .. I - Y -. ,K 3 1- 14: . Q , I A A w x , 5 . V f f - , t Q Fred Oranje Chris Ostiguy 104 Donna Owings Robin Palmer Bob Palen Sheryl Palmer Carolyn Parks Marvin Fenner 'FUN Kieran Perry man Mike Pfost Bill Pierson Fred Pierson Leslie Pierson Becky Pippin Lydia Pippin Kevin Poslen .- J . ag Perry Potter Dale Powell David Pratt Teresa Provance ii f ,, ., - ' ' 5 N . ,i . ,X 9. '- X X ... A ' . .P 3 Q, L ...Q sf f - 25531, - ' A .. .:j, ?"a." Q ' l x I tw f H s 0 gf 0- . . .- .- + N wr' it Patti Quintano Georgia Purcell R ft Steve Ravatieh Marty adke ' H if? I 111 i gg N ., -gg tk A sis if X . . 1 Q, N L. 54 k . is . -1:35 Q s' . YQ , L 5:35 Es. as li , if Rik? . Sophomorcs Showed a aricty of motions Opposite page: Top left: Fred Locken is entranced by one of the intriguing rallies. Middle left: Tricia Voudy is dumb struck by other costumes on Farmer Day. Top right: Sophomore English makes it easy for Carol Young to be distracted. Bottom right: Karen Carrick discusses her next play in a basketball game. This page: Bottom left: Adriana Nicolls shades the sun from her face during lunch. Top right: While sewing Lynette Ashby finds something to giggle over. Above: Ela Cannon dreams of her future at Gold Bug Mine. Sophomores Sophomorcs Socializcd uring unch Below: Farmers Donna Douglas, Kim Stover and Kim Meschi feast on the snack bar food during lunch. Right: Jim Rudolf kicks back after a nutritious cafeteria lunch. Bottom right: Ann Proto enjoys her lunch before going on to P.E. Opposite page: Top: Craig Drennan, Kris Wheeler, Karen Everhart and Mike Neri talk about forthcoming dates during lunch. Middle: Carolyn Parks and Pam Grover enjoy their nutrition break in the cafeteria. Bottom: Students find it comfortable to lounge on the lawn while eating. X , . ' 5 if -JS J. 'Xi' i sph' r -f EM WVIA I g m m,J5M,D,f,T A , 2. .. ,I ' ' ,Q V 'B' im- 411-W f ilgf ix, il fm 25 ,V ,.. 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If Corrine Ross Jim Rudolf Sherrie Sala Danny Salisbury .,1-:1Q5f,.,2Rl:?-33eQi5:':'i: rrrl A " 1, s vi? , 3: - Q .iii 2 A: gt ' 254 ' ' was 3 575 I '- V ,f W . ,, 5.25 . , . ,Q X M , "ve Armando Sumanicgo Lisa Schweitzer , ii ' Psi KF' i st Les Shcnclicld Rich Savage lieth Sbntell Cindy Shidclcr Tawnyzn Schudy Valerie Sclzer llrurgc Silva Karen Schunumd Linda Shackclford Jerry Silva , 7 i fi 5 N 9... . g .,, X "' '- -Y Q, ge ' Q-,A - A 'Q L aj 'si 'I' . 1 nga. ' I Q , f" , 1' 'N 'M . :gag . . r 'N x "ir 55 '43 L' , ,, , , .. Y, 4 QNX .Y . H, . ' f If I. N r X 5 if B fig- J .. KA f nal as V' me ' 1 v-K ,- f, we g g , - 1. r me ' 'xf A ir if Greg g - , L . 23- it mf" " X- -Wv Z Qlii ' W 'f r iv W X ' gf is , . ,fLf,u Q:-an -y Q r, - v - A X L. 4 x Q A L. wi A N, ami 4 Q xi R Q if ff X, X 1 ,. assi' . A f E A--. S Q' T, ,ap ix, 1 W, . 4 fa 51 X L S A XX .L wi t L 'X X i K , X S .L N 6 ,ww 3 A ' F .. r N k Mn al X f X X F . 5 X 5 R. by xi Top left: Boredom strikes David Eshe and John Minchew during lunch. Top right: The mob, Ted Jost, Sean Gavin, Richard Logan, Chris Martin, and Bill Gann take a short cut to class Bottom right: Beverly Stebbins spends her time listening to her radio. YW- MN, Q ' .ii If A :ir , fs f V -S '73 34 Q iiiiff ' - J ' if , ' ,, -my A 4 ' S ' ' A l A X' i" e 1 i'-i . f A fi ,iii 'afar . ,, ,. fb, r- ' ' U ,f -a i sf f X ' f , s Il ? s, 1 f 5 ,f A V 4,322 L, ' if 7 ffl- .3 S, 5 'fr' r .ff "' , , it W ff 5 f if 5 K,,. . 1- i ,V .V Ml is H. ,f f L, 3 fk rg, I ,Q -.Wx " Ht R I 1. fiff 'Lf Q Vickey Skaggs Scott Stems Kim Stover Louann Sleep Stephen Smith Robin Spear 108 Beverly Stebbins Richard Stebbins Tammy Statler Brent Stovffer Robbie Suggs Edward Taber Mesa ' H3 isa Qi , f Y W 5 ieiigizfi 1 .' ,,,,,, V W A Iffli . ' ' L' in I QA-1 ,,, ggi , mf w , ' 'il . Marvin Taylor Greg Teasley JoAnn Tcresi David Thomas - --fs M. :.g5:-5:35, : ww it et. . X ,ff W.-K I , , s l Ken Thomas Mark Tomlinson Scot! Turner Terry Tuillc Ron Thompson Judy Trczxl Shirley Turner David Vain Bcbbcr Karen Tomlinson Kevin Trusscll Connie Turncy Chris Vain Dyke 5, :yy ,vp gg, 7, -, 353-0 'ffl 7 'F t Y X ,.. i E 5 Z 1 Y fdfaf W f 1 ye 1.- , . : :sms XL.. ,,. , is. X . ' . rt X is st Ss f . Y I. s N- ' ss 5 . ' - as .. yrrryr s ,Q 3 F x 7 i .A ,e x K- X. ,. ' -, .I f 1 ' K 5 x f - 43 K ' E . N , M L Ei L X N, P riii X i Q f 1, s - so si fx .N - rx . Q L3 L! i ' ' K it N' , sm 2 f 1 Top left: Melanie Nichols and Linda Roberts assist students in signing up for classes. Bottom left: Kieran Perryman smiles when she realizes that class is over. Above: Lou Ann Sleep, Bob Kofnovec, and john Dochter take time to order their class rings. Sophomore 109 WN-ub,,,W 1 . '.:, if I 5 i Ioycewaldon Micahwallon Craig Weidmer Melissa Weil 110 x in SX 1. ., . ki 4 V l wx-. kr is w 5+ .K S, sf x Tim Weir Carrie Weldy Kevin Wentz Dawndclcc Whcclcl X , Q X N X? nv ? . S 'Q Q N X X e pg .ts 3 I 4 S, 1. w --... X N it S Q Q . - 3 '- is M Q . . C is ab K x S S M ' 'a x f' --"- t -,.,, .N , . f :,,:s - K' -'i 3 2. ii if- 8 i E i- Mike Wheeler Cathy While Patty Whitt Clara Whitney Cara Williams Deanna Williams Theresa Willson Bobby Winje Creati ity Struck Sophomorcs ,f F Opposite page: Top left: Sophomores mold their clay into creative pots. Top right: Greg Teasley carefully paints his project in his woodshop class. Bottom right: Ron Witherow signs up for his P.E. class at semester break. This page: Top left: Dirk Benson, Corrine Ross, and Cory Reeves work on newspaper layout in media studies. Middle left: Kelly Kofnovee alertly listens to her typing instructions. Bottom: ln the gym Lori Bach and Adriana Nieolls wonder what class will win the competition. Below: Armando Samaniego assists Robert Reed with his homework. :t': ots' , , W" 7 V- J .fi i ii ' ., 1 i f ,. We . i: s s '- . xi f I 3- A T ii 1 Q if . ix., : .- cr Q... gy N fs: A, 1 ' Q11 ' X T A .ra 1 r 2.13 Q sg: L QW- X L ik M ' ,fi Ei t y ' : f Q . .... X J.. -reg . - ., . .tb M. . . - . se- J- w - tes. f as v. z .X ' t ks 3 is X g 1. , 1 Y, if A ,ff i l s 7, E ' v K H , 'fp M' 4, X Q I ' . "e ' , 1 if t o 33 3? ' 'A' 3 fx? A " ,. - -W i X W' Q ik J ' J X '-.3531 ' , - t f . JA , D 55: Q K "i ' F i. fl .life s X ' .ss t o P f . s . I it ,nn , .f,: .EL at 3, . My L 'sf' 4:5 ' ' Ron Wirherow Mark Woolman Greg Wright Joe Wunderlich Teri Vo t Derek Vgoss Tricia Voudy Stacey Vrcckcn John Wunschel Dave Vicrra Robert Vegan Heidi Vogel Charlie Yates Carrol Young Marta Zangarr Zip Sophomore 111 fig ,gym xx A N 4 1 Q ,.,, i Qi ffsffw l 4 ' ,4. 5 9 x if 5 f Y K , , "'.1,,, 3 fs im-1-and x .1 MIME' 1 I 8 Q0 .NV x' A x avi, Sf'f v f, . 1:4 1 4 1 'ah'- 59033. llll' 25 Q, .493 TWU J ,gl , W ,- EZ, . gc . zQf'm,,sU V ' ':+f'Q,Ef ' QE1'5f5W,f - 'yffegiia 1 ' fig: - A H I " A '- ' -Vuvwkfm-2? A V E - V K,'fTi?1emw1 A V' ' ' ' V5'fg'k.'V" A2'1f,VirfizlA V 'f if 5 V+ 'N .f.,, 2 ' V V ' t 5EghVf15gs2VyV5fj545V'fzj2H .5 fi: ww- , 4 'A v1gS54fifuf,w.wV 2 'fu f'5V,5ie9gM,fy3V2 Qrge A wgwgw . .mf,g,,., .K V M .... MW f A 1 Vw, . J' VV V, , . A v 1 Q: E W.. YT fkmxlff 2 ff . . iii A i.i,,1?.M XI! ,gflif I 3511? V 'fi . M .. V A af V V.. Umm, iq' 1' ,, SL .R A 1 M1545 ' 'rx Q 3? V f- ks, ' 1' ff ,ww 5 .V 25545 ff ??V,f.fw X., f K XY' ' M-2 ',!Ziii.1Is ggggff ,' iw :Ha QE ' ww. ,Q in .21 ky Qs' 5. . fy 33 5 , k V1 i .fha 4QK'e'A wi 54" ibfg' i. . is i 6 ' s yi gf Vina!! YY fa fan. Inwm K -Q J. + in 2 ... Mkifigxif A 'L7 ', , - V A -,.m...A,. F51-ffQf9,f':i2,f-1-,X 'TEV' ..:s ':'I"ff."s -' N' 'f V ' ' ' .- f,,'3.u-" ' H -' . ' U.:dfgr.:-i..'isS:':'f5:'4n.V:.: "fm J ,. 4 J. V Af. 1. -V sg -fV af is 5 v, Q Administration Guided School hrough A Year of Change N-NN Top left: Al Veerkamp, Margaret Stripe, Delores Garcia, and Mike Tarlton discuss an important issue at a board meeting. fnot shown is John Gossnerj Above: Mrs. Wilkinson, our first woman principal, talks with Mr. Aldea, assistant principal, and Mr. Hadley, the acting vice principal. Top right: Our District Superintendent, Mr. Cate looks up from his busy schedule. Middle right: Mrs. D'Ooge worked hard as the principal's secretary this year. Lower right: Administrative secretaries got together for their group picture, Lila Starkey,'Mary Bareuther, LaVela Kerns, Cindy Meyers, Bonnie Pittman, Freddy Clark, and Mary Ann Metcalfej 114 .xx SCDN 1' X ,seeks 5 - S ' Q-... Wx ww Upper left: Mr. Say, District Business Manager, seems to be swamped with work. Middle left: Mr. Tuttle, District Psychologist, smiles for our photographer. Lower left: Mrs. Charlton, Instructional Assistant, and Terry McQuillon seem indecisive about what to do next. Upper right: Mrs. George, our finance clerk, poses in front of the window of her old office in the white house. Lower right: Robert Kitrell, the district curriculum coordinator, takes a break. Campus Life 115 Counseling Staff Cave Students Good Advice Top left: Ms. Brown calls the parent of a troubled student. Bottom left: Carolee Arundel demands service from Erin Gavin and Denise Bye in the new counseling office. Top right: Mr. Tamblin makes a list of his conference appointments. Middle right: Mr. McGauhey helps Kim Borders straighten out her schedule. Bottom right: Mrs. Caruthers, the district nurse, is finishing some work here at El Dorado before moving on to her duties at Ponderosa or Independence. . 116 f ,- l w g X t ,sg .. I ,. A I tt .testi 8. .... ssee "N--......g,,,,m ,rl 101112131415 171819 20 2122 24 25 26 27 28 29 wa Wal U. 5 'lt if seg, .A ,.......--- Y R ig' .,,, iff 'X auf AL "L -af Top left: Mrs Fickle Clenches her fists, but smiles bravely at a desk load of work. Middle left: Mrs. Koskela looks up some vital information for student records. Bottom left: Cindy Jones works industriously to help the counselors. Top right: Mrs. Hendriks phones a student's home to make sure he is sick, not truant. Bottom right: Mrs. Brazelton and her aid work on the day's attendence problems. Campus Life 117 L A, .x V 9 L ,4 jf ..............-...Q-.-W-N .... . A .,k. - kkkk Wk .. XL- fn X.,g X . : Q T t M M? K ll8 xl . , K, m,.. VL fix WWI' W . 'f. N R' 'st 5 . v t. .- F s 5 . sv.-4n0"""" BE. Began New Co-ed Classes In 1975 Congress passed a law that would go into effect January 1, 1976 not requiring juniors and Seniors to take P.E. This action resulted in the creation of a new coeducational program to encourage students to continue their physical education. Bottom left: Mr. Beavers appears to be looking at the game from two different points of view. Middle left: The coaching staff discusses their problems over a snack. Left: Mr. Myers, Mr. Kenworthy and Mr. Scanaveno take a break from their coaching duties. Below: Miss Rocha always has a smile for everyone in the morning. Opposite page, Bottom left: Mr. Kenworthy and Kathy Tomlinson do the jitterbug during the 50's dance. Middle left: Coach Watson takes advantage of his position on a cold day. Top left: Coach Elders surrounds himself with affectionate football players. Bottom right: Kurt 1-louse and Pete Cassula converse with Miss Vitell about their paddle tennis scores. Middle right: During arena scheduling Coaches Kenworthy, Myers, Scaneveno, Watson and Elders take on new students. Top right: Mrs. Ellithorpe demonstrates her rope tying ability. l A Campus Life 119 wmwmwxwww- rf A ,li fx 1 it S gsm.. :L ?f'g5,V jf, ..Qf 1. A 4 1 1 was Science Dept. Stimulated Individual Experimentation Opposite page: Top left: Mr. Wilson lBiologyl emphasizes a point. Middle left: Mr. Denega fLife and General Science and Biologyj explains about nocturnal animals to his Life Science students. Bottom left: Mr. Warner K P8cT Science and Physicsj ramrods an experiment. Top right: Mr. jones QPSLT and General Sciencel concentrates on student work. Middle right: Mr. Van Brocklin lP5LT and General Sciencel lectures to his students about the many uses of certain chemicals. Bottom right: Students seem to enjoy working with a battery in their P8cT Science class. Top left: Jeff Johnson and Debbie Hunger work in a chemistry lab. Bottom left: Mr. Bolton lChemistry and Physiologyl turns into a mad scientist on Monster Day. Below: Students listen quietly to Mr. Warner's lecture. Bottom: Freshmen examine a specimen under the microscope. a 11-if ff 231' Q fag. . Q . 'iv : Q ,X agaiigig f 1 , if QNX .s an 451' KNEE Campus Life l2l nglish Featured Diversity X 1 2 gfmgiii, f x ' 4 X X x Xw, V 2 5 Ig '5'4FxN:zs1lr .t Z ' .xx f Y -7 W 1. . vm e,,,,.,, I ,F M, ' ,. ,f-' 1, :git . , X J Viv. '17 I ,,,,1. 1 , '3 W nf 7 A ,fn " , , f AV ,, , H V, ff ff? X' ' ,f I 15 1 3? Ea- 332- ' A Q91 ig Z. ':j,:12fg., If Sig? ily- ,. gwexgfwz--.Q1g . -- 3 P.. w A ..... :Q X . 'W-f - -:Aw-wwe-.,,......,.,..e .. 5 ' S ii . fm . ff -si S' E . . X X X . X X X 5 Q X3 Y SS Opposite page: Top left: Freshmen demonstrate their tremendous enthusiasm for English. Middle left: Mrs. Gibson is caught doing her homework at the last minute. Bottom left: Mr. Lambirth looks like he just Kung Fued Richard Lenhart. Top right: Mr. Perry, jennifer Bennett and Janice Christensen examine the fine features of Aphrodite. Middle right: Mr. Purdy visits English lll classes to recruit students for his English IV. Bottom right: Mr. Fairchild's Freshmen joel Dawson, Mike Donahue and Lynette Ball seem absorbed in doing anything but work. Top left: Ernie Marinoni, guest speaker in Literature of the Sports World, shows Peter Cova how to box. Lower left: Miss Huffman returns homework to her sophomore English class. Top right: Mr. Fairchild looks like he's waiting to lure unsuspecting students into his classroom. Above: Sometime, somewhere, when you least expect it Mr. Prengel will get you. Campus Life 123 History: A ast to Remember, A uture to Mold Below: Mr. Gautschi fU.S. History Mini courses and Psychologyl is shown with his son, -leff who picks him up after school. Right: Mr. Nelson lU.S. Historyl smiles for the camera. Middle left: Mary Harrison studieslduring Mr. Nelson's history class. Bottom left: Mrs. Dusek lU.S. Historyl looks up at the camera in the library during nutrition break. Opposite page: 'l'op left: Mrs. Golomb llfjschologyl listens to one of her students. Middle left: Mr. Parsons fAmeriean Governmentl lectures his class. Bottom left: Terry Finney, District Attorney, speaks to one of Mr. Parson's government classes. Top right: Mrs. Martin fCalifornia History and U.S. History Mini coursesl helps one of her students who doesn't appreciate her help. Bottom right: The History department works to please everyone during arena scheduling. 124 MM-N., Ki., MS hw X W Eff-AX "fy YN' vw iw.-svbbbe N S XX sf X ,x..X.1...W,W,.,5,f.m1-5 f A 1' mf" Campus Life 125 Business Courses Helped Train Tomo1row's Executives Below: Stacey York and Mr. Fickle debate over an error. Right: Mr. Wilson looks up from his work. Bottom: Beginning typists concentrate intently on their work. Opposite Page: Top: Mrs. Harrison, who teaches shorthand and Mr. Harrison, who substitutes, enjoy a Seniors to Washington breakfast during spirit week. Middle: Miss Reed psychs herself up for third period. Left: Mr. Millan takes time out from typing. 3 X 126 -Q9 N. anguage Courses Helped Make a Bilingual Bicentennial '55- J.. if waive gi x X is if it l aa 5 5 it i f at ik 5 l Qi? Q x it ik! X is .1 Middle right: Our German teacher, Mr. I-lempt, and his German students seem to be amused by the book he was reading to them. Lower left: Mr. Chapman, who teaches mini courses and French, talks with an unseen person. Lower right: Mr. Piceno reads the daily bulletin in Spanish to his Spanish II class. Campus Life IZ7 From Spheres to Soccer Math Covered It Top left: Math partners, Miss Boesch and Mr. Lombard strike their famous poses. Above: During the faculty soccer game, Mr. Glentzer and Mr. Denega guard Ed Marchini while Mr. Gernes sneaks in from the side. Top right: Mr. Marks wants to make sure that Vesta Edwards and Robert Lee get the point. Right: Mr. Gernes explains all about graphs to his geometry class. Opposite page: Top left: Mr. Galloway and one of his students seem to find something amusing about a paper. Top right: Mr. Glentzer helps Kelly Shepherd. Bottom left: Mr. Galloway, Mr. Lombard, and Mr. Wilson set an example for students by paying attention at a teachers meeting. Bottom right: Mrs. Galloway, who also teaches English and German, helps a pupil. 128 MT.. if 1 ' ' ' mb-ff-""' SWL M-0' Wk I ,A mcg: "...- 5 V V Campus Lift' 129 Fine Arts Stressed Creativity Y x ss 41 l, , .Ri tt i if if -I ,.""' K W9 if .-. uw 4 3 ji X iv-- lu , . rc. 5 ,MN 7 J. 5 bf' I " L 4 ig. A' ji ii I X , . ictr l b My If I 3 K' M., rf' at "' K- 71- Opposite page: Top Left: Mrs. McGauhey sings along with her choir. Middle left: Miss Tetsell examines a pot made by one of her students. Bottom left: Mark McGee is a little messy, but seems to be enjoying himself at the wheel in his ceramics class. Top right: Mrs. Floyd is surprized by the photographer at nutrition break in the homemaking room. Middle right: Mr. Green directs his band while Leonard Payton accompanies him on the piano. Bottom right: LeeAnn Flickenger, Kelly Shepherd, Cammie Young, and Kathy Tomlinson relax in their drama class during the second week of school before any of their productions begin. Top: Drama students seem to be amused by the book their coach, Mr. Garmire, was reading to them. Left: Sue Beighley paints busily away on a project in her art class. Above: Mr. Golomb kicks back during nutrition in front of one of his masterpieces. This year, the fine arts classes stressed not only creativity, but also the bicentennial spirit. Patriotic art projects along with the dramatic production of "We Hold These Truths" helped brighten the year with a little red, white, and blue. Campus Life 131 Below: Mrs. Fenno lsewing, Money Management, and Your Job and Futurej helps Judy Treat with her garment. Right: Mrs. Whalen fCooking, Co-ed Foods, and Bachelor Livingl sees some food burning. Middle: Homemaking students seem to be a little doubtful about their creation. Bottom: Mrs. Chappel, the high school equivalent to a Yard Duty, is kept busy herding students safely across the street. Far right: A clothing student carefully irons a tape measure. NQX f lr. . L.. it Departments and People Met Special Needs i .wi-Y so Top left: Mrs. Miller lspeeial Educationj helps Victor Whitaker and Tom Wong with their studies. Middle left: Mrs. Volstedr lApplel discusses an assignment with one of her pupils. Left: Mr. Luster gives Mr. McMahon a funny look. They make learning to drive safely fun for Sophomores. Top right: Mr. Steed fApple and Special Edueationl helps officiate at one of the many track meets. Above left: Mrs. Hardie, the Assistant Librarian, prepares a book to add to the library. Above right: Mrs. Comer, l-lead Librarian, reads the morning newspaper during nutrition break. Campus Life 133 Shops Above: Mr. Bidstrup discusses an intricate procedure with Ron Statina and Ron Witherow. Upper right: Mr. Jones and one of his students work on engines. Right: Tim Donahue and Mr. Frampton pour some hot metal. Opposite page: Top left: Two metal Shop students work busily on a project. Middle: Mr. Roundtree clears up a problem. Bottom: The Rhinestone Cowboy, fMr. Mainl demonstrates goat tying with Gretel the goat for the benefit of his horsecare class. Top right: Mr. Swenson takes a wedge from one of his shop girls. Middle right: Bob Rosaur watches impassively as his friends work on a welding assignment. Bottom: Mr. Mulligan gives us his Monday morning blank stare. 134 ...aegis Sis .XX l si K Ns. X t 2 N' E- .' ,L 'Mi X" 'Q ,L :W if: E Y 4 A 2 uf. , NX X, l W mf . 3 fSSO'Nsm SN vw, ,f...., 'Q'-1-nr if Campus Life 135 eachers and Staff Provided Fun 6 Dedication Below: Mr. Denega finally gets a girlfriend that's just his type. Top right: Kitchen staff members Ola Parker and Beverly Gann prepare a nutritious cafeteria meal. Middle right: D. Grause and K. Winn carefully paint our new curb. Opposite page: Top left: Mr. Scanivino shows some students how to play a game of cards. Middle left: Dave Gautschi and Mike Denega get it on at the hula hoop contest on 50's day. Bottom: Registration day is a mad scramble for both students and teachers. Top right: Mr. Prengel zooms for another great yearbook shot. Middle right: Mrs. Veerkamp is awarded a special plaque for fifty years of dedicated service. She has taught in all three facilities occupied by EHS over the last five decades. Over El Dorado county's tricky roads in all sorts of weather, the buses usually got through. Above: Drivers are: C. Larson G. Larson, L. Lawrence, D. Pratt, M. Kurtz, E. George, L Hamman, R. Rothlisburger, B. Crane. Not Pictured: V. Cook R. Gilmour, B. Hanson, P. Smith, C. McCoy, R. Riley, P 136 Riley. Custodians were, above: E. Palmer, V. Codella, B. Shory, F. Harper, B. Pully Chead custodianl, and B. Comely fmaintenancel. This supporting staff met the trying challenge of moving in '76. Qvsw., nkfw XL 'W' if 1 X? N "" Q X S ' 35 vi" A Lk Nag 1 - Q9 K ,S F K S X K .3 5 ww' .ENS 5 Q is. P 5- ifi 'fr r s its 5 4 is it x i X e hw . 5 f g .- . 1 ' if . gy. , 4' 251 3 Yb -fk I - l In f s' .K fx. Q Q ti gk ' ,Ig Mvf' ax my ,ty SFKWE. 5 4 Martians, Farmers, Rallies and ur Flag Contributed to Spirit Week . -If 1: :NIL t wg 5 a S J e.,e X s F' wg Q X X X Q W M Y . N get "Y -. :.. e .X 'Q f ,Z 5 A T! . -gf: W X' , , """' S leans, 4. T' . 'fSv'iQ, S ?" -3, , , . 5 K f fi. 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'TL i' 3' X U SM X il Jackie Bryant Sue Buckingham Jack Buster Denise Bye Kathy Caballero Sally Carpcnder Tim Carpcnder Elaine Carter Pain Cassuln Gayl Cute S . age ' X. is w S , Fl B ' ' ff 'X 1 'Wy J vc M 1, .- ,. 91 9, Q W t.'4wQ,.1iif2Liff5lQ: S . i- . . 3:12, it - 4 u Q' Q 1 5 ff if t ey : r. e Q , nf' gas K . K A 8 P k . jk 0 salty cmmlli Laurie Chambers Cindy Chance Gay Cheney Paula Christensen :asf-:iff , vt i Y f ,,.. .. .... 3 ,... f.,t.,.Xi9 X S I 1 .Q ' :QQ si?" ' l X is t x Q NAS X N X Q an .. X x . A ig, 1, ep.. 1 f t T 9 ' S 'sf' .- :ET ' ' 'si . 'jill 1 gs s 2 . in XX ,at is and Katie Riley Bottom left: Farmers, Kathy Tomlinson chat about their fall crops. Top right: Our rallies are so great that they even attract students from Ponderosa. Above: Sally Ceccarelli leads Jenny lsitt, Stacy York, Tammy Stotler, Peggy Horton, and Laurie Chambers in the bunny hop during the 50's Day sock hop which was held during one of the hour lunches. Opposite page: Top left: Kathy Sharpe and Erin Bamberry dress alike on Monster Day. Bottom left: Cindy White looks concerned about the day's activities. Top right: Sally Ceccarelli and Stacy York proudly display the flag made for the junior class float. J uniors 141 Mark Christof Paula Conn Allcn Cochran Pal Coleman X X as Q X xx A X XS S X si X x S. .hs -QM Ex: ,al I, X .M I. Q X K 'K if A s.?w+.s.,:' ' N-....,.,g1 . X N 5 X iii X 1 f' :sw 2:3--2.1: Yi . "ry: gi , . as mr Mark Collins Steve Cook June Cornelius Kevin Corson Pete Covn Michelle Cowan Rod Crcaion Judy Cundall 11 ..,,.. ,,,.. s .,,,,, i r ss.,, , K X X A94 N Q, X - .Q-Z Q A T- A in ' A X-sl, ss w . I r' ' k il 1. 1 Q' 5 B -i,,ws" W, Q.,-5 , ' F -X 4' ' s 3 7 K M' . if ..,,., f . . ., . as Egg' wg-W, - sf . egg Q y 5 or I - . f ,. ge A A .Q r ' . pg-, Qs is . ,YN-M-Dix' . 3 .,.s .X Rosa Darden Ronald Dam' Gene Davis Tim Davis as S Sf-3 .s ' i X 'Sy . X 5 - . X ei Y :X 'mf x v. 5 "N , ,-if X ,I Q f. X N x hx tt X X Y X A? 'N . .. S , . Q N X Y El' A S f K X l K Kathy DeGr:iy Mike Dehekkcr Bob Dclxman Bch Dickson Sue Dilley .A- ii 1 ss! :. Q .at Q f - o-Q 't X gf sg, 1. ,L 6 . 1 fp- 1 . 'F :gig 'sm Q . A g .gg iw .Ls j N .. .N . .. . . i . f f is. Q - X 'Es w if . - . ffm t A We .0 1"- Q s- ':, sw-N . .. .. - f x V Q , 5? -. if s -, gi - ..,.'- gt o .1 Q . . X. A A 3,1511 5 2 ' X... ..... . '35 S 55 SE 135555 left' Donason Cameron Dorman .lim Egger! Ion lilledgc B elli Elliot! iii Pal Elmer Bob lflicger David Eshe Paul Fluckey Mxuy lisllck Mark Forni David Fisher Joanne Foy Bob Fisher Jesse Frampton utrition and unch Broke the Monotony of Classwork 1' Ng Top left: Sally Carpender, Dana Foy, Kathy Tomlinson, and Katie Riley enjoy a quiet lunch on the lawn. Top right: David Melntire seems to be having trouble getting Chris Stahl's attention during nutrition break. Above: Chris Mikkola remembers he forgot to do his Sth period assignment. Opposite page: Top left: Polly Schell and Janet Bethell continue listening to their friends while they finish drinking their milk. Bottom left: Jose Gonzales feasts on a pizza from the snack bar for lunch. Bottom right: Kris Kramer looks after the books of some friends while they wait in line for their lunches. J uniors 143 ,mmwa.,NN W is G uniors Illustrated Cheerful utlooks Q K X of ff 2 is eizr .:l,. .Q." z 1 gg ,2,. ,tl,t. , Above left: Kevin Kenworthy and Diane Shane exhibit the personalities that won them class favorites. Above: Joe Berthelot recalls the answers to last period,s test. Bottom right: Jim Eggert, Patty White, Kathy Sharpe, and Brian Heuser chuckle over the gossip of the day. Opposite page: Top left: Robin Dwyer and Peggy Nerwinski enjoy the last few minutes of nutrition break. Bottom right: The 1977 junior class officers: Gayl Cate, Tieasurerg fenny Isitt, P.T.S.A. Representativeg jenny Wright, Presidentg Jesse Gossner, Vice- Presidentg Nanette Willey, Secretary. lohn Freeman Randy Fritzcmeicr L' cl F In 2 IOS! Diana Galland Don Garrett Erin Gavin David George B G'bb B3 l Cl' Kathy Gillihan Jose Gonzales Michael Gonzales Roberta Gonzales Jesse Gossner Brent Grunlhcm Pam Gray rn, Pamelln Gray Jeff Grcb Tammy Griggs Dawn Grogan lohn Gullcy .aa sw' - - K H ' 5 V . Q 2' ::,,'sZ'H, - 'Eli :3:Q'-ITE - '- :fir ,Y aa , l -as .., ,yt . 51 ,1 2 ? -- 'f s. . U5 A "wg war I 4 6 ,, . .f1f,. 'A f gl V- ,f-- 73,-5. W, it I .N , -X if A V K , 5 K fx g . 3, ,A n f t ? as 2 X , ' I '-ii: fe W ,, " af , Sinai 121: 'M' gg,Q'g,jgy,., . X 4 -' .J 2 Q ' K Nr. an ' 2: JY' ,S y , A gk al l 5 , - Q gap- K x-agffi :: Q-iggg -33 y H35-sr e .,,. 1 W, l'ft ' - if , A if af- ff' 1-1-3 -A y A ,s i ' ir' '- iw iw . Pm - ale S N -M ' a , 5 - A l, X gll. L . . if -,Nt :gf-5 Q' . fx Q .aj f V V L t ,A 1,1 ,I 'i' , I: 331 F fA ,"l' 'V V ' 'X' ' L ' ,zij " """ " Eff, gi: 'i as 1 ilk H MLA gm, . fn .vl- QW Q l , LL T? M QV. Us V , .Elk A at sa W a. Y' a j X V v lvji 'X 1 '53 ' 1' Q. . 1 X , Q. v 1 1 lim. gn. f If Rod Hadden Cheryl Hall Julie Hall .lon Hamm ,xv J an K' wx f X N R 5 . xl ' : fw N ..-f 'x N' f f 'fa' 5. Li. I 492 X - - .3 .X K 5 . l i, X .l Keith Hammonds Cindy Hamp Don Hanan Gwyn Hanses it ik If . ... it is-gi . Z1 , ' i I f K .... I Q K, '52, H' iw' -if Y yy . Q N ' N314 O N Q 3 A S ' x Denise Hanson Bill Hargrove Mary Harrison Diane Hawkins :Q " K 2 l x f f E . ,v 3 . till' Ev J i L l' A f""' , -f' X ' Q. f .- g . if 'N x N N XX S we S zizi ,A. ., ..Qg .2 - -3 . 1 my X 5 'liigilifi-fi a z Kathy Hayes Diana Hendcrson lcnnifcr Henderson Brian Hcuscr Kathy Highlcy Chris Hill Salina Hinz Michael Hokanson 2. K Roxanne Holmes Steve Herd Peggy Horton Carolyn House Scoll House Melody llovcndcn Karen Hover Carol Howard N x XS if X af. . . . fv- ii 1 5 . , 3 I 5 X 3 ' C l M . X Q X 'sys - ' a . ' .. .:,Iu ai .Q - as . I 'U vi f . al ...a.. . Q . Q X E 5 - . 1 if-as K X . Y 5. 5. PK AE ' "1 if . L. : ,. Xa 1 . k X 5 . K 1 K., , X X X 0 Il , Kara llowurd Rex lluffman Mary llughcs .lcrry Hugo mi. .- . YS-11 an " X N 'Q K5 2 , . v . ., , iz. . X K X . 5 sl' a .. X -- 'xi Q6 , s H 4 Qi ., . ag K x 5 Q .. mg, -333' E X- x E' s Sf lf . ii' .. 'i 8 1. sig f 1 -. ,..f..,. XE ? W- F . an it K . 5 .-,.--...N ,, - X ly -.ii . A -ir -Xi. mix. Juniors H5 5521 X X - - :-sg Aktggk-E-,Xgii Debbie Hunger Susan lsitt Curt Jennings Mnrcie Huston Liz Italiano Jenny lsitt Valerie Jacobs Patti Jeremiah Ramona Jcnnison :st was s:.:es..X ? iW .E 7 . pg Q , Q 55 KX .Q 'N S S, we X X X N X s, X Erik Johnson Jeff Johnson Knri Johnson Top left: Sue lsitt thoughtfully regards the new school. t. .,..,,... - X b A A ' 'f ' fs. ' 1 'Y , ' 'FFF'-'i -5 as I YL. ' N 'f f 2 1 ,. f S851 N5 .J aw f - N sv N -' -'-::Xv-RS'SAS- X - ' , .5 Y if ,E .... JA, , a is sf' " ' 5 nf 3- i??Q : xi ' k ' X, f R f', - f X i . W n - .. - ' , Q . ,L X X D E3 h kk HX so t Q :.:.':5l"2 -is X w 1 f . El. Y ,is EE Q .1 7 'X K .. N.. 1 - pal? . - x .. - Q gs ' fl . R X ' .. , ' ' K 1 if ' t S I' 1 : QR. ' fi - Above: Bill White laughs with his friends. Bottom right: Chris Whalen is in a hurry for her car keys. s - sms - - . P' t K g ip S Lisa Johnson Shirley Johnson Cindy Jones Renee Ioncs 'uri s .- Sheri Kaehcle Cathy Karrasch Kevin Kenworlhy Andy Kenyon ss 0 .. r, . i f gp X f - ,iii a Z .. 5- 5 me. . K I x t 5 , H Vins . fs, -. fe Y ""': i FRFE J Hr jar Pat Kinkade Elsie Kirkland Kris Kramer Kim Knccht N 5- , ' 3 3 . he N X X Ek X? ' 5 Ui z in i . t 5 is f f is 5 James Laird Debbie Kerza Crissy Lindstrom Katrina Ludlum uniors Displayed ifferent Facets of heir emperaments 7. S 5 X . I Top left: Randy Miller displays his carefree attitude. Top right: Jerry Baker, Pete Cova, Tim Davis, Kevin Kenworthy, Randy Fritzemeier, Ken Moore, Diane Shane, Robert West, and Curt Jennings watch the exchange rally seriously. Above: Pat Kinkade d0esn't seem to appreciate Jeff Greb's humor. 5 E 2 lr EE -J juniors l47 v r www i We I VN I . film ze Y Top left: Judy Cundall shows her enthusiasm at a football game. Above: Karen Peterson, Amy Sauls, and Lori Schledewitz blend with the crowd at a football game. Top right: Kathy Hayes is surprised by the activities at the 50's day rallv. 5 s 5. 7' 53? S X Qs 3 gil Xb Q ss it X21 :ft xx eb NN NX - S il X E X kk S , X 5 js x E' F5521 . ' :. " ' BT' : is -t.--t if ' " 111' iiztaf.-Q 3 J gi S 5 Q It Q Q of X A SX-Q 1 S Fl ll? iff? . "'yii "rx X .5 . -if . will :- fx- e ,QW nl -K sf A. K Nw X se x x NX xl '- ft s -wx N Q 3 f Sharon Maceiko Steven Mack Laura Maniaci Phyllis Mank W gi ps. 1 so 'R 7 X it .1 , if lf' R E ...K .kie . kk . 'T Q ss -4 Ed Marchini Helen Martin Paula Maxwell Patty McAfee 9 X l X 1 is S Q . G5 X5 .. .,... B E X I Q ' , "" s w t ' 9 X of-as A , fr zts , X I 1 Q 1 . E v Jeri MeCewn Marty McCoy Cindy McDermott Scott McDonald Mark Mtgee Penny Mdluirc David Mclnlire Carol McKinney Connie McLaskcy Terrie McQuillan Kim McVicar Kenneth Mello gg M it n Z i 11, 'Q ' uf Charlie Melohn Phillip Mielke Chris Mikkola Randy Miller - A i ., A ff , at N -L . eh l az f ' ' . v".?'1u Jerry Minton Cheryl Murphree uniors Gave All at Events Ken Moore Steve Myers Roberta Monis Lauxi Neff .- .,. 9, ,,-we ... we Q. 4 i 1' .F N ,I fr fl 0' ' K L fs: - . - we 5' A r 3' 5 Q l I-N4 as all :drill .L hx M" 51 5, fl A M .. . ga is me f , ,N :- , -j - 515,229 , 5 ' K an to 2 t' o 9 X 0 wx Xxx ri ul. 7 V . l - , A 4 3, -.Ll fe, -- Left: Mike Scariot helps raise money for Chanson, our advance choir, by working in the concession stand at a football game. Above: Carol Goleman, Trudi Ward, and Steve Posten "watch" at a football game. juniors I49 uniors oiled in Classes NY: , Ng. 3 'i sz 'S s ss - if - :. s ss S R -L. ss ff X sssgg Ns Ein N VN. if... 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Mary Pclcrson Langley Pratt Bill Reading Joan Reynolds Mickey Pincklcy Sandy Pratt Kirk Regal David Richerson Nancy Pitcher Iohn Popcjoy Steve Poslcn Susan Pratt Vern Prince Chris Rasmussen Susan Reinhard Tom Reinecke Rich Revaz Katie Riley Meredith Riley Tim Roth an-6 ss Qpposite page: Top left: Scott McDonald sleeps during math. Bottom left: Tina Burkhart, Amy Sauls, and Kim Knecht observe while Mr. Main and Mr. Knecht get the goat ready for demonstration. Bottom right: Greg Yaple solves his assignment in genetics. This page: Top left: Chris Stahl finishes her biology. Top right: Lorna Payton performs a difficult experiment in chemistry. Above: ln drafting elass Tim Carpender drafts plans for a house. Juni ors 151 Seolt Salamy Ricardo Samaniego Mlkc Sanders Evelyn Snntens , ,5Tf744iLl-,z bg Y 2 ty ja I E' 1555 , M H new A Fred Snntcns Marilyn Sartor Amy Sauls Tnna Savage Mike Scariot We 2 J li 3 y r r M K if If-N, K Q 1 i 4,e, i . 2551 Wm .V fy gnu rt A , , Wwfivz' sf, lisa U, A 0 A, 'S 'X if? ' ,,,lrt.l- ix 1 V, 5 V , VY , 5 l f "" , ,Qt A ,.- ., 1 ' 'lb Y Y Y V VW , , - Y?" A ' , , W Xt :fm , . 1 'ff S., r S , if . ji f x ggi Q I , f . ..,, I 2.. , Jeri Senmbler Mary Schnmun Pollv Schell Lori Schlcdcwitz Innet Scott Steve Seal Diane Shane Russ Sharp Kathy Sharpe Jshn Shepherd :., . vw ' ff . lil? " 5 X ,, --gr wx MQW ,QQ -ft -sa , 5 . . ' N M, K! vw ez 5 A -, a . , 5 S 1 , ,rf I ,W ,W ,z l 1 it , fi- q..,r S -,, ,I ,. ew..-f Q 0 . ' - . V. 4, I " - ' ii: ' Y , s. 3 'Q 1 - ' wb ' 44, - f , V- 2 'Mg 'f4Sgf,?i?C?j,w Qffgw, Q -r ef it X X ,. . xL,. 'Q X NX gs I . may P ,, X X tt gg, Q s. . r r 4 Q ,. 5 X L id? ' , A s Julie Sherb Steve Sherrnrd David Shiery John Shoemaker 4 t NS L. X N 5 s N Q it 5. 2 ss' SN st an fs if 1 Q f X Dan Shultz Dave Sprong Chris Stahl Lisa Stahl -cy so . so s sg.-1 -, 5 ss: -- : K i E -t K, Q:-as . X i 2' Q Q -- is s I S 'Y as sf' K .ix t' 2 . 111 W . A' Y 11 , ,ses A F Lzffilifi sifs- Duane Steele Joanna Stefanski Ron Stetina Mark Stewart U - , is its gig 15,5 K . ff.: Z 5 Harold Still Cary Stover Edith Stukalo Lori Taylor ccreational Games Inspired nthusiasm Among uniors Opposite page: Top left: Lori Taylor balances on the uneven bars. Bottom left: Gayl Cate and Melissa O'Meara clown around in the locker room. Bottom right: Leon Fehey takes a break in P.E. This page: Left: Joan Reynolds and Tom Abbott play rummy in recreational games. Below: Ron Stetina positions himself to smash the ball in ping pong. juniors 153 Tim Teusley Andy Thomas Mark Thompson Frank Todd Kathy Tomlinson 4' my 4, Qi? rg 2 f gg 5 K if . 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M fx 1 ,-cf . f ,,.4 -P: -si: . uniors Varied Activities uring School Year Opposite page: Top left: Mark Christof hitches a ride from Paul Fluckey. Middle: Kara Howard ropes a goat for agriculture competition. Bottom: Joyce Van den Dungen Bille listens to Larry Morgan while he tells her the total Danny Salsbury owes her for Dynamints. This page: Top left: Valerie Reed, Kevin Wentz, Kathy Hayes, and Julie Reynolds sign up for classes. Top right: Tina Burkhart and Kim Knecht demonstrate their western equitation. Above: Students sprint around the car in a Chinese fire drill. Juniors l55 QP rm' Z Q RW ,X,,' gf-1.-Qr.1f: :gh gig, 1' an 5-giqggf Q N ,,., 2 5 rj'.5'.5 2 M ,fwwfn -. - f,,k V, M, . , hf as my I ' 0' Nets ,4 ...rfx,f dpi 1 ffl? '.::g.':rf. ,., V, x ' .HV ' 'eq H."ww , -A, ,ff ,Y 'Y ' ,fi 91 . ,,, in 'a"n -' Q -S - , K gl ' ,J - + . :ff :f .5-, 4 f.-2h',4""-" . . H .qftyz V 'V fy' 1: A ,ff in ,W Uv .V " 5' Y ,ag 6 ,V gmt l, ,mx ,. If 1 wwf Min, 1,5 5 . 3,54 L . - ww gif? qw-V -. 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Bottom: The "kitten" is caught walking late to one of her classes. 160 W Kathy Counted Her Pennies and Won The Harvest Dance was held the week before Thanksgiving, in the Boys' gym. The student body "elected" the queen by putting pennies in bottles marked with the girls' names. The girl with the most pennies by the end of the day, Kathy Mclntire, was the new Harvest Day Queen. Left: Kathy Melntire receives flowers honoring her as Harvest Day Queen. Below: jill Brown, Joanna Stefanski, Kathy Mclntire, and Jean Potts patiently await the final announcement. Honors 161 Meridith Riley Spent Year ln Brazil Meridith Riley was chosen to go as an exchange student to South America. She spent her exchange in a town just North of Rio de Janierog Campos, Brazil. Top right: Nleredith looks at a last minute Chemistry lab. Below: Yuji from japan, Larse from Sweden, and Raulf from Tunesia visit with Nancy Frampton during their overnight visit to Placerville. Opposite page: Kara Howard, a junior, was chosen by the members of FFA as the elub's 1976 Sweetheart. Top: Kara admires some beautiful flowers. Bottom left: The best dressed people at Sadie Hawkins are Brian Springer and Pattie Quintano. Bottom right: Steve Abel, Kara, and Jeff Bert look up a word. fxmrf aid jg ggi -fs ix sw., - 43 'WA Y' aff yr? H as f nm . , VJ X2 4--f-- 1 - ,3.'l" ar W f.,wW N W. N, .-Q -r M YL s - K O X Q3 QNX z 1. ,YK QNNX, F , ssewgx This page sponsored by: KENSCO 366 Placerville Drive is .5 JEQR . ff .sri N ff' i wwf 'Ns X 75 1 2 3 1 Q, V5 Opposite page: Top left: Janet Van den Dungen Billie parades in front of the crowd with her escort, Brian Christof. Bottom left: Jenny Issit swishes along with Tim Davis. Top right: jean Potts tries to keep a straight face while walking with her escort. Bottom right: Terry Edwards and Brian Veerkamp walk quietly around the gym. This page: Top: Basketball Homecoming Queen, Ann Hamilton and Pete Cassula show the suprise of victory. Stan Myers bites his lip because he wanted Jill Granthem to win. Bottom: Terry Searle is escorted by Marcol Greenlaw during the one-hour lunch assembly at school. Honors l65 Placerville, CA 622-1516 Marco Fits In With His New American Family Nobody can imagine how great was my experience at El Dorado I-Iigh School. When I came here I just knew that I was among great people. And I wasn't wrongg my experience during the year showed me that I was right. All the people that were around me, like my family and my friends, made something special for me, giving their friendship, the greatest thing that I could get. It is difficult to express the feelings with words, but I want to say to my friends that I feel happy to be their friend, and to those who I couldn't meet and thatI was open to be their friend. An important part in my experience was A.F.S. They put all together to give me and another A.F.S. student the best experience, and full of happenings that have taught me so much. The last thingl have to say is that I will never forget my family, my friends, my A.F.S. experience, and the great year at El Dorado I-Iigh School. f 1252- ew 223, Z 4 Marco Venegas, our A.F.S. student from Costa Rica, attended El Dorado as a senior this year. I-Iis host family, the Mclntires welcomed him warmly and helped make his stay in Placerville a very pleasant one. Top right: Marco enjoyed time spent with his host sister Kathy and brother David. Above: Family portrait, Debbie, Kathy, Marco, David, Mr. and Mrs. Mclntire, and Sharon. Right: As a new student Marco observes his fellow classmates. 166 E1 Cerrito Students Visit El Dorado -.J est Those El Dorado students who participated in the weekly exchange program made many new friends when they spent a week in El Cerrito. In return they housed El Cerrito students for a week. One of the activities these students attended during their stay was the annual Harvest Dance. Top left: Kris Peterson and Kathy Gwinn study pictures in Kris' yearbook class. Middle left: Rosanna Misa doesn't seem to think English IV is too interesting. Bottom left: Carol Leitch tries not to pose for the picture while she waits for Mr. Purdy to start class. Top right: Becky Rorem lets some of her craziness shine through. Above: Erin Wilson describes the plans she has made for Nancy Leitch's stay with her. Honors 167 Students Honored For Sports fi Song Top flight skiers received recognition at an awards banquet held in March. Right: Erin Combs most valuable girl skier, Joe Harn most valuable boy skier, and Ramona Jennison most improved skier. Below: Lisa Stahl signs antique ski given to Mr. Newell from the ski team. Opposite page: Top: Most accomplished singers auditioned and made the 150 voice Northern Sacramento Valley Honor Choir. They performed at Encina High School November 15, 1975. Students from El Dorado who were in the Honor Choir were: Back row: Luke Lowery, Kris Sentell, Randy Fritzemeier, David Bush, Jim Eggert, Joyce Atkinson, Mike Pfost. Middle row: Ramona Jennison, Kathy Jones, Sue lsitt, Julie Sherb, Mary Hughes, Joyce Cundall. Front row: Dorene Eslick, Steve Obrian, Julie Nichols, Rick Nelson, Kathy Sharp, Rosa Darden. Outstanding athletes received awards for their achievements in their respective sports. Varsity Football: Robert West outstanding back. John Shepherd most improved. John Martin Blue Star. Kevin House best all around, outstanding lineman, and all league. Tony Morris most inspirational. junior Varsity Football: Kellert Greenlaw most valuable player. Cross-Country: Terry Davis outstanding frosh-soph. Bill Langford most improved varsity runner. Eddie Nicholson outstanding boys runner. Tina Helm outstanding girls runner. Diana Henderson most inspirational runner. Girls Tennis: Shannon Stroud most valuable player. Volleyball: Karen Gangelhoff outstanding junior varsity. Lynn Ostiguy outstanding varsity player. Soccer: Manual Sanchez most valuable player. Varsity Basketball: Kevin House most valuable player, Jay Aguliar most improved. Will Isaacs most inspirational. Junior Varsity Basketball: Marvin Penner most valuable player. Left: Wrestling honors went to Mike Sanders outstanding wrestler, Ricardo Saminiego most inspirational, Ron Vardenega most improved wrestler. Honors 169 Bank of America Honored Superior Achievement Four students from El Dorado High School were selected to compete in Bank of America's 1976 Achievement Awards program. Top left: Bruce Braginton, Fine Arts: Mark Johnson, Science and Mathematics: Jill Granthem, Liberal Arts. Not shown: Jean Potts, Vocational Arts. In addition twelve other seniors received certificates of merit for superior performance in specific study fields. They were: Thomas Kinkade, Arty David Bush, Laboratory Science: Eric Bost, Mathematics: Chuck Zollars, Agriculture, Cristi Bye, Business: Curtis Lomax, Trades and Industrial: Melanie Schroth, Social Scienceg James Young, Foreign Languages: and Celeste Painter, Music. Opposite page: Top right: Preston Roundtree is also in soccer and he received his merit for Drama. Top left: Terry Searle: Home Economics. Bottom left: Elizabeth Branscombg English. Above: Jill Granthem types an essay. Bottom left: Mark Johnson works on a chemistry assignment. 170 s,,:r','j"'..f+-,....--:--J si 7 : sei Hi B 'Nxxxy V ri e f I ssist iss atriotic Essays Nerred 3 Finalists Velma Lumsden, jill Granthem, and Elizabeth Branseomh were the three finalists in an essay contest. Bottom left: Velma Lumsden and Jill Granthem discuss their essays. Middle: .lim Young seems to have plenty of help by 'liom Kinkade, David Bush and some others translating the Declaration of Independence into French. i ,Q ,N X X IW K, j var 1 7 V fimff. my Mmwm , i Af:-1 , ,, - I N. 6 : 3 if- .M AWN , , ,.,. Af,:.,,X 1 Yr. il M -Q -xr . N. - P 3 .lvfyi f'ff3'kL- 13-of-1-Q Q E Q 5 1 S 2 3 S. k V i 2 E E 3 is 5. 5 2 R 5 X 35 Q Q E S 3 3. S Q. N E E 173 Af K i ri w A Laura Albini Sharon Anderson Leslie Armstrong Sandra Atkins Robert Allardice Breck Archer h Russell Atkins Joyce Atkinson I 174 Seniors Showed Their '76 Spirit at Games and Rallies Jenny Barney Jeff Boskins Robert Barrentine Susan Baumann Opposite page: Seniors solemnly gaze at the hypnotist rally. Left: Terry Searle smiles at her friends, Margie Caballero, Barbara Dunbar, Anita Traban, Anne Delfino, LeeAnn Flickenger, and Pam Robbins who dressed up for 50's Day. Below: Nancy Frampton, jim Young, Sherry lVleClellan and Robert Allardice work in the concession stand to raise money for Key Club and the Senior class. 9. w . I f . l,- Kirk Beane Jennifer Bennett James Bennett Scott Bennett Seniors 175 Jim Bergenholtz Terry Blanchard Ray Bernd Randy Bishop 176 Elizabeth Blood Barry Bozarth Kimberly Borders Bruce Bragington I ff a :swf - Q. Kathleen Brand Pam Brenneman Elizabeth Branscomb Debora Brink Indecision Netted Serendipity for Class Float Opposite page: Top left: Melanie Schroth, Julianne Loving and Anita Trahan work hard on their class float. Bottom right: Kevin Kopping, Dave Jermstad, Kirk Beane, Dean Wright and Tom Kinkade work on the base of the Senior class float. Top left: Jim Young, Dave jermstad and Tom Kinkade display their spirit during the Homecoming activities. Ken Burton Marige Caballero David Bush John Calanchini Cristie Bye Richard Carlson Seniors 177 Seniors repared for Graduation Right: jim Nelson fills out graduation announcement order forms. Opposite page: Dutch Jensen having been measured for his cap and gown watches as Deane Morris is measured. as A he is sw, fd , S , W l X N Vx .rrs. C i : I A .FN 'Wa Myrna Carnahan Kathy Chandler Renee Cocks Erin Combs Kevin Carpenter Guy Charlton Sandy Cody Lee Comer - Peter Cassula Steve Christof 178 ram E mi ap:-gn if 'iq C ""i Rhonda Conrad Joyce Cundall Annette Deltlno Kathy Devorss Steve Cooper Kathleen Dauksavage Dean Demel Linda Dezz ani David Cornwall Matt Davis James Cumbra Sue Dawson 1-niors 179 E 2 F ..... Mark Dickson Anita Dixon Darlene Donaldson Bruce Dorman Teresa Dillard John Docktor Brian Donahue Ron Dostart 180 Cammy Douglas Barbara Dunbar Robert Dowdle Katy Elilman 15,4 - Class Officers Created Zany Moments Opposite page: Top left: Tom Kinkade, class president, probes a problem. Top right: This year the Senior class was represented by Vicki Ybright, Vice-president, Tim Fulton, Representitive, and Sue Baumann, Class Treasurer. This page: Seniors in English IV don't take English as serious as Mr. Purdy would like them to. 'im Tim Ellis Barbara Faulk Patty Fahey Cindy Figor Barbara Falk Debbie Filtz Seniors 181 i l Seniors Applied Themselves Below: Anson House thinks hard to determine which of two multiple choice answers Mr. Parsons will accept. Right: Richard Lenhart eagerly presents a solution to a problem at S.'I'.D.C. meeting. 'A.,.:v--5... vl' hwv Terri Fish Jennifer Fleming LeeAnn Flickinger Benjamin Franklin THHYH F1Sh6r Joy Fletcher Cindy Foster Scott Friddle Nancy Frampton Timothy Fulton l82 XASST4' ' X N . - E-A .qlll"Q 5 All Seniors Rccicvccl An "A" In Lunch! Top right: Ron Dostart and Kevin Carpenter have a morning snack before they have to go to their next class. Opposite page: Bottom left: Bruce Bragington and Cindy Palkman seem to like to eat lunch together. Top right: Dave Jermstad and Ernie Peterson look as if they are enjoying the food from the snack bar. ' . Jeff Gossner Bret Graveline Rendy Graham Marcol Greenlaw Jill Granthem Dale Grind 184 AIM' IQQZZQ: Kelly Gross Ron Haas Kurt Haas Tanya Halvorson Ricky Hammonds Mary Harris Joseph Harn Leann Hayworth ef' . .hwy C X -sa-4: -1- K V g-f.K,5y4s- . R ' " S 1, .K 'Q' Q, -iff: -- ..fif.-- we its! Gail Heagey Lisa Herman Steve Henke Teresa Herzog fir'- i X Seniors 185 5. f ww Q 1 L13 X . A , " ' GV' 2 Mark Huston Diane Jamison Deborah Ismail Victor Jensen These Seniors Really Stood Out With Good Looks and Legs Opposite page: Left: Larry Morgan and Sandy Atkins show why they were voted on having the "Best Legs" by the Senior Class. Top right: Robert West and Jean Potts Captured the title of HBest Looking" out of the Senior Class. This page: Below: Lee Comer listens intently in his English class. A. f -z Q x David Jermstad Michael Jones Mark Johnson Stan Keeler Kathleen Jones Carmen Kennedy Seniors 187 188 Gino Klare Kevin Kopping Doreen Klimovich Ted Korzan Rick Klimovich Karen Krause Lisa Kettman Thomas Kinkade Tom Koerber, Tami Kmsich This page sponsored by: GERALD M. ROBERTS, D.D.S. 245 Placerville Drive Placerville, CA 622-0811 'UU MV Kit.. Dana Krystofek John Laier Students With the Mostest Cot Honored by Classmates Opposite page: Bottom left: Kevin House and joy Fletcher work to show why they were awarded "Most Athletic" by their fellow classmates. Kevin has won many honors in basketball and football and Joy has gotten recognition from her basketball abilities. Top left: Erin Combs and Jeff Gossner received "Most Spirited" in the Senior class. Erin is a cheerleader and Student Council President. jeff is involved with a lot of school activities and plays soccer. Middle left: Liz Rogers and Brian Lane have some free time and areenjoying some sunshine on the lawn. f S Yew amber., Brian Lane Henry Lee Bill Langford Robert Lee Ava Lawson Richard Lenhart Seniors l89 Seniors Welre Active In Ag and Shop Classes e Susan Liddicoat Robbie Loar Randal Long Kristen Mack Barbara Lillie Cllffis LOm21X Julianne Loving Tonia Mahnke 90 Steve Manske Jim Mayfield Marty Mathews Gregory Mcldaskey Dean McDavid Diane McWilliams Kathy Maxwell Sherry McC1e11arr Bruce McDonald Marla Meadors 'fili fl wwf . X w X 3 in x ,I :ri- ,li R fs ,Z Opposite page: Right: Kelly Gross, Laura Albini, Cheryl Noetzelmann, and Kyle Mack intently watch a lesson in goat tying. Left: Kelly Gross displays her authority in AG class. This page: Left: Curt Jennings questions Dean Wriglit about how a distributor works. Above: Ernie Peterson carefully puts a carburetor back together. Seniors 191 Below: Ron Dostart, Nancy Frampton, Steve Burke and Sue Baumann look as if they like to swim in P.E. even if it is during a cold season. Right: Steve Henke is just waiting to get the ball returned to him during a volleyball game. Opposite page: Top left: Swimming was a big activity for Seniors. Here Peggy Puthuff and others enjoy their P.E. class. Top right: Jennifer Bennett is anxiously getting into the water to practice her scuba diving. .. " an - Kathy Meadows A Krista Miller Sue Midstokke Kellie Moore 192 P.E. Kept Seniors in Shape Dixie Moreland Deena Morris Larry Morgan Tony Morris fx ' x x r 5. -f +4 ,- i K "k Q A, ' V S Nwei K M If., l Cf "'- ...ix Peggy Mosbacher Linda Nelson Boone Nicolls Cheryl Noetzelman Jeffrey Myers David Newton Mark Nigh Karen Oakes James Nelson - Edwin Nicholson ff Seniors 193 Seniors Stood Out In School Activities a.c.,,.+,.,.,.,......,.......,..,.,.............,,....,,,a,h..r ..ii... .,.. r r ,. . ,r W 5 . . A I . , W W, i Dan O'halloran Celeste Painter Cindy Palkman Myrna Parker Dawn Owings Richard Palen Lisa Park Don Parks 194 Janet Payne Dan Perry Leonard Payton Ernest Peterson Jim Piazza Helen Peck Colin Peto Joyce Pineda Stacey Pitts David Poole J' XXV W'-I"'t"ffi 1" Q o', 3' n . 4' . -qw t X 'Q gil ,, an 'eaavifc Q ,'.....uv mf is mx Opposite page: Top left: Mark Johnson enjoys his huge lunch. Top right: Because of their flirtatious attitudes, Curt Lomax and Cheri Humphrey were almost unanimously voted the "Class Flirtsf' Left: jim Young and Sue Goleman were voted the "Most Witty" because of their gift of gab. Above: Tim Fulton and Dave Jermstad attempt to join the crowd at the lunch line. Seniors 195 mv Cari Potter Jack Pratt Jean Potts Peggy Puthuff ,W N 0 ' A ,Hue 1 if VXA, wk, kid. 196 Cindy Randolph Becky Rauch John Rosh Laura Redmond gg 'nr' t. Linda Redmond Mimi Reinecke Russ Reed Janet Riley Unique Seniors Singled Out by Classmates Opposite page: Bottom left: Because of their tasteful attire Melanie Schroth and Steve Christof carried off the "Best Dressed" title for the senior class. Top right: Robert Allardice and Jill Granthem got the "Most Intelligent" award for their scholastic achievements. Both Jill and Robert are California Gold Seal Bearers. Top left: Kevin Carpenter thinks about his government test. Pam Robbins Preston Roundtree Marie Rosauer Lynette Rowe Carol Rounds Midge Ruthven Seniors 197 Seniors Cot v Involved ln School Activities Right: jim Bennett and Rhonda Wolfe watch the 50's rally during spirit week. Opposite page: Top left: This year, in Mr. Parsorfs government class, severalg students staged a mock trial about a burglary. Here, Cammy Douglas, Robert Allardice, Dona Krystoferson and Jeff Gossner are shown with the judge. Bottom right: Doreen Klimovich is caught posing for her Senior picture. t are X Gene Sargent Melanie Schroth Shlrley Scott Chris Sentell Abby Sauls Sue Shultz Terry Searle Yvonne Shane 198 Judy Smith Brian Springer if 6 Larry Sharpe Roxanne Shipherd Mark Shepard Kathleen Shumac Kelly Shepherd Stan Silva Don Spear Becky Stefanski Seniors l99 Mira Van Der Hoeven Brian Veerkamp Lori Veater Marco Venegas Time Was Used Wisely by Many Opposite page: Top left: Brian Veerkamp reads a book on the lawn during his free period. Bottom right: Peter Cassula and Lori Anderson are busy trying to figure out their classes for the year. A pr v t -- 2--xfw U . sm . 'li' 1 ' Sea .1 N N Shannon Stroud Anita Trahan Sam Teresi Mark Turpin Donna Tombs Cathy Valdez 200 5 , g Q:f ,4 f E 1 ,f ' f' Mg: -- "5 N f ' we ae, M Q 1 1 ' X 7 ff' kfgsek A24 if 4 Q, 4?-ff t' - - yi V.. "' ,E X ,.'u'f:"" - x , V ' x f X , f .1 "1 fl X S R1ck Washabaugh Leshe Wheeler Patty Wehe Vic Whitaker .32 ff M Q-2532525 .s...,,M -.11 . . P. ? if X , fr x 0,3 . .. . -a . '-H V .. , li -I L ' 5 W x 1 :uf ., , ,L,i .. . wma-N 8235343 1 ' Q . A ,f , ' - af r .,j df" 'ony Olly. only llgg. UDDI' Oli' ll!-71" n.n.""' Student Council Adapted to Changes in nvironment Many students other than officers took an active interest in Student Council. Due to construction the Student Council met in numerous locations in an effort to keep the student government functioning. Top left: Debbie Weston looks over the minutes of the last meeting as Tony Morris signs Paula Cooper's petition for next years' Student Body Vice President. Above: Erin Combs presides as Student Body President. Top right: Robert Allardice and jeff Gossner, Executive consultants to Student Council, discuss administrative policy. Middle right: Annie Delfino, joy Fletcher, Sandy Beaver, jim Mayfield, Sue Dilley, and Shannon Stroud go over some problems during their free period. Right: Some of the Student Council officers and helpers are: Paula Cooper, jim Mayfield, Sue Dilley, Robert Allardiee, Tony Morris, Boys' Director of Athletics, Shannon Stroud, Girls' Director of Athletics, Linda Frost, Assistant Commissioner of Finance, Sandy Beaver, Debbie Weston, and Erin Combs, Student Body President. 204 mp' - 1 ,Ai , ' aww .x - ' yi Leadership lntcrlockcd to rovidc Unity Top left: Members of the Presidents' Club arc: jill Granthem, lnterclub Council, Erin Combs, Student Body, Sandy Beaver, Sophomore class, Sue Baumann, American Field Service, Ray Bernd, Future Farmers of America, Richard Lenhart, Radio Club, Robert Allardice, District Governor of Key Club, Tom Kinkade, Senior class, and Jeff Gossner, Key Club. Bottom left: PTSA members help out at registration. Top right: Student Council representatives include jenny lsitt, junior, Mary Harris, senior, Melissa O'lVleara, sophomore, and Eric Baker, freshman. Organizations 205 California Scholarship Federation was a group of spirited, hard-working students. These outstanding students proudly accepted the honors which the organization awarded them for their scholarly achievements. Members worked to gain community recognition of the Scholars of El Dorado High School. Through the Scholar of the Week program, community and school were able to recognize and appreciate some of the outstanding students among the El Dorado Student Body. Top: CSF members were: Back row: Jackie Tammi, Candy Kyburz, Kathy Kenworthy, Beth Corson, Terri Harrel, Sue jessen, Diane Bush, Robert Fisher, Chris Wright, Rod Creason, jeff Gret, Pat Kinkade, Linda Nelson, Joe Yurkovic, David Bush, Andy Thomas, Mark Johnson, Front row: Kara Howard, Marcie Huston, Kris Peterson, Leah Arroues, Liz Branscomb, Mary Harris, Bruce Braginton, janet Riley, Sue Baumann, Mimi Reinecke, Richard Lenhart. 206 Clubs Provided for Intellectual and Spiritual Needs s N1 + 5. The Bible Club met during hour lunches and discussed Bible related topics, heard religious leaders speak, and worked to promote interest in the Bible. Left: Members of the Bible Club are: S. Bergenholtz, K. Schumann, L. Shakleford, S. Sala, P. Grover, R. Wolf, B. Prengel, C. Howard, J. Cundall, Bennett, P. Midkie, M. Canahan, K. Jones, P. Puthuff. The Mentally Gifted Minors program aimed at improving education and stimulating students to investigate new avenues of learning. Each member was required to spend sixty hours on some qualitatively different learning experience. This year MGM attended the Renaissance Faire in Novato, the Dickens Faire in San Francisco, lectures on Cosmic Frontiers of Relativity at UC Davis, the California Association for the Gifted Conference at San Diego, the Natural History of the Sierra Nevada at Kirkwood Meadows, plus numerous plays and concerts. Below: MGM members are: Back row: M. johnson, R. Fisher, Greb, T. Kinkade, A. Thomas, D. jermstad, L. Nelson, R. Lenhart, N. Willey, Young, D. Bush, L. Payton, V. Lumsden, S. Sala, S. lessen, K. Highly. Front row: R. Nelson, R. Creason, T. Tuttle, K. Greenlaw, D. Bush, D. Baker, C. Helmer, Tammi, B. Braginton, S. Vreeken, and L. Stahl. AFS Fostered Understanding Via Exchanges -R The American Field Service hosted a foreign exchange student from San Jose, Costa Rica, Marco Venegas. El Dorado students involved themselves by participating in two, one week exchanges with Walnut Creek and El Cerrito High Schools. The club sponsored many activities such as cross-country skiing, picnics, bowling, and various pot-luck dinners. Meredith Riley was chosen for a year exchange to Brazil. She left in early February. Above: Meredith Riley finishes some science work before taking off for Brazil. Top right: Members of A.F.S. are: Meredith Riley, David Baker, Lisa Herman, Melanie Schroth, Sue Bauman, Nancy Frampton, Sherry McClellan, Jeanne Akin, Richard Lenhart, Cari Channan, Sue Pratt, Steve Burk, Sue Jessen, Carolyn Parks, Cindy Akin, Mary Frampton, advisor, Mr. Warner, Diane Henderson, Carolee Arundel. Bottom right: Advisor, Miss Huffman, Kris Peterson, Linda Nelson and Richard Lenhart wait patiently for an A.F.S. meeting to begin. ,, ,fr , r.,f afafaw, 9feWs?s!f3'35tWa fa Wwafwg "' 4 1 ,affwvffa , W was iw. ,,,, . , V , ,,., E ,AS 208 This page sponsored by: CENTURY 21 - COLOMA REALTY 237 Placerville Drive Placerville,CA 622-8060 Radio Club Fought Red Tape to Be Heard X, ,ap-uns-e The Radio Club spent most of the year getting their equipment together and trying to get an FCC license. Complicated regulations, technical data, and paperwork hampered the effort, They put together some experimental tapes and worked on speech improvement. Top left: Claudia Craig and Laura Nelson watch as Richard Lenhart demonstrates the use of some radio equipment. Bottom left: Radio Club members are: Jeanne Chatterton, Tom Kinkade, Richard Lenhart, Lisa Schweitzer, Claudia Craig, Laura Nelson, Jim Young, Linda Nelson. Top right: Linda Nelson, Jim Young, Tom Kinkade and Lisa Schweitzer fake a broadcast on KEHS to make sure the equipment works properly. Organizations 209 Key Club Observed 50th Anniversary Right: This year Diane Shane was chosen Key Club Kitten. Here she is shown admiring some photographs. Below: Key .Mmm hum Mxwxywa, ,r rv, at Asrie f is 2 rrrr Q tj 're M . i 231 api ,C ta 5 ,gi . 1 ' fgrep a1g.fz-Zlefgsiiigg Clubbers relax before their meeting is called to order. Bottom right: Mr. Steed who is the Key Club advisor is shown with Robert Allardice, Lt. Governor of the California-Nevada Hawaii District and Jeff Gossner, Key Club President. Opposite page: Top left: jeff Gossner is shown pouring over the anniversary goals of his Club. Bottom left: Key Clubbers reveal what really goes on during their meetings X 5, . This year the Key Club celebrated its 50th Anniversary. The major objectives for this year were to observe the Anniversary, to keep up with the Awareness programs and the Younger Years- Greater Years. Key Club International reached a great milestone in its development. Fifty years ago, the first Key Club grew out of the idea that it is better for man to care for others than to care only for himself. Now there are over 3,600 Key Clubs which cover a continent, and the idea of caring is becoming universal. Key Club has always been an organization' with goals. Many of the goals have been attained, but many of them have not. The problems that they fu I ' seek to solve are still here, and the people they seek to serve still need their help. Below: Members are fstandingj Mr. Steed, Advisor, Mark Christof, Kirk Beane, Phil Mosbacher, Marco Venegas, Robert Allardice, David Baker and Tom Abbott, fseatedj Ron Bolton, Jesse Gossner, Don Parks, Jeff Gossner, Terry Tuttle, and Steve Christof. - mi"""""-N-N-...,. NL, GN i Ai' Ti 'ae fe Organizations Zl l Candy Stripers, Library Aides Cave Service Clubs Spurred Interest In Math and Foreign Language Opposite page: Top left: Candy- striper, Cindy White, takes a cart load of books and magazines around to patients at Marshall Hospital to keep them entertained. Bottom left: Mary Schamun takes a pretty bouquet of flowers to some lucky patient. Top right: Candy-stripers smile sweetly for their group picture. Top row, Cynthia Schamun, Jackie Byrd, Georgia Purcell, and Geri Purcell, Bottom row, Robin McAtee, Michelle Maita, Sue Winje, Terri Halcos, and Nancy Dodson. Middle right: Mrs. Harris, Candystriper advisor, helps Cindy White and Mary Schamun make Easter baskets to brighten the Easter Holiday for the patients. Bottom right: Steve Christof, Phillip Mielke, Jeff Young, june Cornelius, Carol Young, Laurie junger, Paula Cooper, Theresa Herzog and Sabra Samberson made the library a place of organization. This page: Top: This years Math Club members were: Back row: Ken Wilkins, Charlie Melohn, Dave Bandy, Thor Farrar, Mr. Marks, and Tim Lyons. Middle row, Karl Guthzeit, Greg Davidson, Dave Van Bebber. Front row, Linda Nelson, Robin Palmer, Carol Young, Corrine Ross and Sue Gillespie. Middle: Members of the French Club were: Janet Riley, Cari Chanin, Sue Pratt, Debbze McVicar, Stacy Vreeken, Lisa Schweitzer, Carol Young, Laura Nelson, Melissa Weir, Jim Young and Dave Bush. Bottom: Mrs. Galloway was this year's advisor for the German Club and the members were: Chris Ostiguy, Carolyn Park, Mary Frampton, Melanie Christopherson, Becki Prengel, Sue jesson and Lori Schledewitz. Organizations 213 Through Rain or Snow or Sleet or Hail the Cheerleaders Never Failed Gpposite page: Top left: Varsity cheerleaders cheer during a rainy football game. Bottom left: Erin Combs and Sue Dilley try to enthuse the crowd. Top right: This year's Varsity cheerleaders were Sue lsitt, Sue Dilley ltopl, Erin Combs, and Cheri Humphrey. Bottom right: Sue Dilley and Sue lsitt present awards during a football rally. This page: Left: Kelly Kofnovech and Terry Edwards lead cheers at a .l.V. football game. Middle left: j.V. cheerleaders attempt to practice their cheers. Bottom left: Terry and Kelly cheer along with the Pep club. Below: J.V. cheerleaders, Terry Edwards, jill Brown and Kelly Kofnovech. Organizations 215 .- ,ow in ,, 4 , ,N J . 77? ,, g .Q M ,f , . jk . K QQ. -1 . 4 "fi Q- .lu ff. , . JM, ff . 'If ,wah ,. W if f 7 .,,,,f-J' fm ,sf yi " 4 S , S , 1 S S :V V611 ' '. P' :2Af-uw.. Q YQ: sl ,,k.A,,,,. ,,. Auf' " ,. .44 M K N Exuberant Personalities Rallrcd School Spirit A Opposite page: Top left: Marie Morris and Kathy Mank do a cheer before the student body during a rally. Bottom left: Mascots, Roberta Morris and Kathy Gillihan, clown around while practicing a routine, Top right: Marie Morris and Kathy Mank split to show their freshman cheerleading pizazz. Middle right: Kathy and Roberta jump for joy at the end of a football game. Bottom right: Kathy and Roberta joke during half time. This page: Top left: Song leaders prepare to do a skit during a rally. Middle right: Song leaders salute the flag before a game. Bottom left: The Pep Club supported the cheerleaders and appeared at all the games to root our teams to victory. Top right: Back row: Gail Gabrielson, Mary Anne Caballero. Middle: Mary Peterson. Front: Darla Fish and Tricia Voudy. Organizations 2 l 7 is ,VZX Sui? 4. As Always CSMO Enhvened School Sp1rit QPU' aisgxlml..-,A.m A J,!XY':.- ,J S - ' . ffl-ww' WX: .. Opposite page: Top left: Mary Peterson, Marianne Caballero, Kathy Gillihan, and Sue lsitt cheerfully try to rally school spirit at one of the football games. Top right: Varsity cheerleaders display the "Star Spangled Banner" at our home games. Middle right: Varsity cheerleaders and the crowd go wild after the Cougar touchdown. Bottom left: Darla Fish goes through h'er routine for the 50's rally. Bottom right: CSMU shows their enthusiasm for our Homecoming parade. This page: Above: The 1976 CSMO after several tries and a great deal of giggles build a pyramid for amused onlookers. Left: Terry Edwards and her colleagues don football apparel for one of our better rallies. Organizations 219 a' a f ...wt X ,.,, . . .. , t The Future Farmers of America proved to be a profitable club for many this year. At their annual Harvest Dance they made over 15300. They were very active this year with concessions at the football games, offering popcorn for all. This year's F.F.A. members are pictured below. Front row: Mr. Mulligan, Mr. Main, Ray Bernd, Sue Buckingham, Joanna Stefanski, Rusty Atkins, Karen Pardee, Greg Davidson, Kara Howard and Mr. Swenson. Second row: Jim Johnson, Rich Ludlam, Matt Huston, Bobby Winje, Chuck Zollars, Robbie Williamson, jack Pratt, Sue Knige, Georgia Purcell and Clay Higgins. Third row: Betty Laird, Steve Nunley, Bill Williams, Bret Graveline, Steve Mack, and Duane Steele. Fourth row: Melody Reichard, Sue Winje, Tina Pine, Kelly Gross, Laura Albini, Peggy Goggin, Mimi Reinecke and Greg Zollars. Fifth row, Jody Pehman, Geri Purcell, David Fellows, Mark Huston and John Popejoy. Back row: Carole Goleman, Trudi Ward, Michelle Wix, Joyce Van den Dugen Bille, David George, Rachel Hoover, Katrina Ludlam and Chris Hoover. N 1 I my ,..... S x t N 80. 1 My-1 Qpii rf' Fr. . oundcd-up Another car Opposite page: Top left: The 1975- 1976 F.F.A. officers are: Kara Howard, Viee Presidentg Rusty Atkins, Sentinelg Greg Davidson, Treasurerg Ray Bernd, Presidentg Joanna Stefanski, Seeretaryg and Sue Buckingham, Recorder. Top right: Mr. Main, this years' F.F.A. advisor, watches some club competition with Kristen Mack and Kim Knecht. Above: Kim Knecht and Beth Sentell show their ability as horseback riders. Middle: Mr. Main discusses some projects with club members. Bottom: jackie Bryant, joanna Stefanski and Sue Buckingham represent F.F.A. with their float in the Homecoming parade. Organizations 221 Below: Vicki Ybright demonstrates the art of cropping pictures. Top: Peggy Mosbacher and Cathy Valdez chuckle over the pictures that Rich Revaz and Kris Peterson picked for them to use. Middle right: Photographers Greg McClasky, Dan Perry, Geoff Voss, Stan Silva, and Scott Todd discuss enlarging a picture. Bottom left: Leah Arroues thinks about a picture for her section. Bottom right: Kim Knecht crops a picture to be used in the Campus Life section. Opposite page: Top left: Members of the Riffle staff are: Beauchamp, S. Silva, G. McClasky, J. Sherb, Bennett, K. Knect, C. Valdez, M. Peterson, B. Stefanski, M. Frampton, P. Mosbacher, J. Fletcher, R. Revaz, K. Peterson, L. Rogers, D. Perry, A. Dixon, C. Williams, M. Houston, L. Arroues, V. Ybright, and Mr. Prengel. Top right: Vicki Ybright, Jennifer Bennett and Julie Sherb check over a final sports layout before sending it to the publisher. Bottom: Mary Peterson and Mary Frampton write copy for the Freshmen section. The Riffle staff was forced to workin a hallway most of the year. The west end of the business wing hallway was converted into a makeshift classroom to house the yearbook class. Frequent interruptions, extremely cramped conditions, destruction and break ins by vandals, and construction and noise by workmen further disturbed working conditions. When the new building was opened, confusion prevailed over most of the staff's activities. Through it all, Vicki Ybright held the staff together as editor. ln spite of the problems, the staff produced this bicentennial edition of the Riffle. - 'D M? f.. iff 222 M Unusual Habitat Created an 'Yum ,YQ ' Ai V ' E. X Q HSN if Pa at "" gl' 5 .. 7- : a X X, .... ff - -f , f tt.. f t "1. E' X fir' ' ..,. , .h Q K. Sx R X J ff? SX EX X 5 it Sig -X Q SS? X X X as X X Q aa Xi Y W 3 QNX xx X k t I 9' 4 Q ,J 223 Seniors oinecl Bicentennial Fun in Washington D.C. Seniors to Washington, D.C., was started in 1975 by students who wanted to take an in depth look at their government. The trip was so successful that some of this year's seniors decided to carry on the tradition. About thirty seniors left in April and spent a week in Washington, D.C., learning more about their government through personal involvement and contact with the institutions and leaders that shape American democracy. Activities in Washington included meeting with government officials and political personalities in 6, R ,ff iplfllgililifi 224 seminars, going on sightseeing tours, visiting Washington's famous monuments, and exploring places of interest such as the Smithsonian Institute and the Library of Congress. S.T.D.C. worked on various fund raising activities such as pancake breakfasts, cleaning the football field after games, car washes, bake sales, and a dance. KCRA's television Channel 3 gave the seniors the extra push needed to bring the project to a successful finish by having members of the group appear on "Morning Line" on February 6. , nwffwifs. , ' ni. , M 1 ,fdggwee f" '75 N is '59 5,55-. 'L Oppositv page: Top lt-ft: Cooking sausage if om- of Dave Nt-wton's tall-nts contributing to Scniors to VVashington. o tom lmft Branstomh hold tht turku xxhih X nki Yhrlght and I Young drux ritfl tit tts Rtnu Cotlts st ins t in iudnnu tht ur ri it I 1 mai and V P monthly flea niarktt Bottom right uh adn or unc L apcronm a Parsons, talks vi ith I om lxink idt shout priu of 1 nn w 1 w Many studtnts hmlp tht lt ing, in omuoming paradt I Somm mbc rs of rt um auman n l 4 Branscomh David 1-rmstad Margu- Jallc ro Kathy Valdtz i' ' -n iart Brian l'1nm- prcsiu-nt Qhm-rry CCIQ-llan I'i c a Nc s A - 'nnvtt E oy Flctcllcr Ray 1-rr i A 'ini- 'vy Xnita rahan 'Vl'1ryH'1rris, 011-rs. .-Xhovv: - nit- ' H 't Shannon Stroud hc-lp out 'tt om- of many pancake- hrvakfasts. Organizations 225 Block E And G.A.A. Fostcrcd Physical Fitness The members of the Girls' Athletic Association were involved in many activities. Among these were bowling and skating parties. The girls went all the way to Sacramento for their skating parties and had lots of fun. They also participated in various sports activities such as field hockey and volleyball during hour lunches. Right: Mrs. Ellithorpe is the GAA advisor. at lf: 226 Block E had several fun experiences this year. They attended a Stanford-Cal football game, went ice-skating in Sacramento and sold shares to Bennett Park to raise money for new bleachers. Left, Block E members attend one of their fascinating meetings. Middle right: Mr. Meyers is the advisor for Block E. Below: Left to right: T. Christopherson, Bethel, S. Netherda, P. White, P. Mosbacher, D. Botnen, R. Jennison, P. Moshaeher, Riley, E. Combs, M. O'Meara, K. Carrick, R . Samaniego, L. Ustiguy, S. Stroud, D. Mclntire, M. Reineeke, K. Morris, L. Rowe, M. Hughes, Scott, K. Petersen, R. Allardice, L. Sharpe, Gosner, Foy, A. Delfino, Fletcher, G. Cate, and Ashworth. Right: Cross Countryettes, Judy Cundall and Katrina Ludlam kept correct Statistics all autumn long. Top left: Statisticians carefully watch their stop-watches as Richard Ludlam plunges across the finish line. Middle right: Kelly Kofnovis daydreams While Jennifer Ludlam takes finish line stats at a track meet. Lower left: The 1976 Trackettes were Kari Johnson, Erin Bambery, Terry Searle, Erin Amstutz, Miclielle Wix, Carol Young, Joanna Stefanski. Front Row: Debbie Heagey, Rhonda Wolfe, Joyce Cundall, Jennifer Ludlam, Rachael Hoover, Katrina Ludlam, Melissa Weir, Joyce Van den dugen Billie. Lower right: Diane Henderson and Joyce Cundall hold the finish line string at a track meet. if Ka can 228 XX We K . Statisticians ccorded For oad, Track, And Field Upper left: Michelle Wix cautiously measures the triple jump. Below: Terry Searle, Joanna Stefanski, jerry Baker, and Erin Amstutz talk as they take stats and try to keep warm during one ofthe many chilly track meet days of the 76 season. X rrree I 0 X if . j ' ' e ,f X if sf R. Q .K X , j Nl s gf E s ,L w I Lmfyl 'Q "w'!4! i fx ' w f 3-E-fi. A x Nw '4 9 V Q . wig -V Ni 3' -K gk 'x x .f 5 .N bw .L 145 fi' 2 I Q QQ gs f .. 3,7 El Dorado's bands were under the direction of Mr. David Green for the first time this year. The bands entered many contests and rated well wherever they played. ln addition to all of the school's football games, the band marched in various parades. Top Left: Band members help raise the spirit at an assembly. Bottom Left: Mr. Green directs his new pupils. Top Right: Saxophonist, Lorna Payton, practices for the jazz festival. Bottom Right: Jennifer Henderson marks time While the rest of the band plays at a game. Qpposite page: Top Left: Dave Pehner and Bruce Bragington are glad to get off the bus after the long drive to a game. Bottom Left: Members of the 232 Beginning Band are: Director, Mr. Green, Karen Petersen, Karen Ganglehoff, Marty Ferrill, Dale Waldron, Cindy Palkman, Dan Perry, Richard Stebbins, Beverly Stebbins, Connie jones, Christine Ostiguy, and Tina Pratt. Top Right: Members of the Jazz Band are: Lorna Payton, Kevin Keller, Cindy Knecht, Dan Perry, Mike Lenhart, Wendy Payton, Mike Mazzuchi, Leonard Payton, Sue Pratt, Mike Gonzales, Mary Harris, David Pratt, Bill Bishop, Marc Nicolls, Ken Mello, Andy Thomas, Mark Woolman, Boone Nicolls, Stacey Vreekan, Ray Bernd, Chuck Weatherman, Carl Harmon. Bottom Right: Mike Gonzales skillfully plays his trumpet. 5 i uw pull ku- gal ,,,.. 'F' .M--f cr U W, ix r 4, .ng Wo Choirs Developed lnto Five El Dorado High School had five singing groups- Chanson, Girls' Glee, Triple Trio, Swingfjazz Choir, and Barbershop Quartet. The groups participated in many activities such as football halftimes, concerts with the band, a fall production with band and drama, concerts for community service clubs and organizations, and a combined concert with Ponderosa's choir. The choirs and small ensembles as well as soloists competed in festivals at Sacramento State University and Chico State University. Below: Mrs. Mc Gauhey directs during one of many l-lour Lunch rehearsals. Top right: The El Dorado High School Girls' Glee. Back row: Sue lsitt, Mary Hughes, Doreen Eslick, Patty Quintanto, Kathy De Gray, Leah Arroues, Cindy Carlson, Maggie Jones, jenny Garrett. Middle row: Patty Jiles, Kim Elam, Tina Bell, Terrie Williams, Ramona Jennison, Royanne McCormick, Lisa Metcalf. Front row: Jess Vierra, Tammy Griggs, Sherrie Sala, Kelly Turpin, Shirley Turner, Sherree Long. Middle right: The Girls' Glee and Chanson combined to sing "America" at football homecoming. Bottom right: Triple Trio: Julie Nichols, Sue lsitt, Gail l-leagey, Shirley Johnson, Diane Bush, Colleen Painter, Judy Cundall. l 234 i s e Aijwxf giiiifl' Top right: Barbershop Quartet: Mike Scariot, Jim Nelson, Jim Eggert, Rick Nelson. Middle left: Swingfhlazz Choir: Back row: Mike Scariot, Jim Nelson, Jim Eggert, Randy Fritzemeier, Rick Nelson, Mike Pfost. Front row: Joyce Cundall, Joyce Atkinson, Julie Sherb, Kelly Shepherd, Celeste Painter, Kathy Sharpe. Bottom: Chanson: Back row: Julie Nichols, Gail Heagey, Karen Oaks, Randy Fritzemeier, Jim Nelson, Bruce Braginton, Jim Eggert, Sara Klotz, Colleen Painter, Sue Pratt, Middle row: Joyce Atkinson, Kathy Jones, David Bush, Luke Lowery, Mike Scariot, Steve O'Brien, Celest Painter, Kelly Moore, Front row: Rhonda Rarker, Shirley Johnson, Joyce Cundall, Rick Nelson, Mike Pfost, Tom Lind, Judy Cundall, Stephanie Varozza. Top right: Kathy Sharpe performs in the fall Production, "We Hold These Truths." SN, ,eb il N l 9 Q WR Tw'- Qi sg 4 in .2 . 5-3. 3 .gf niggaz. Hd-Q Q S J ,iv Q- W., W. if S5 xi -'isa f-,qi 7.5 RWD? 5 8 X 5 S .. 5? A EY 2 3 5 , 'Si- . ' 'gk ' if 4 . 1 32,7 1 Lf ' .fi fi X L 525522 ' Q 1 Q M Y 3 S ik ,Am gf! S. 2 ,X m .ff -. A X? .ig 2 L. . , ,Q K M , s ik if 5 AN 3' R . 1, A ss 59 . l f f . M , 3. ,,,.,, , . . UQ? , . . 1 ga W Q 9 . . 5. L Q A 8 , 'N' 'W S fqxw Q My ki?- L W gfgazwgm g. Q.: Q ani gi gi si' xi' ,qu ii! eil x 52 52? -S S-.. Business As Usual -l W, ' A rrp' A I lacervillc Bumed' .4 -3 y ss M r f . in , sf , mf f -11, T 'ff L' 2 :arm M - ' rl' l . s A M fe s . ,wr 1 Q ' 4, ,"fk lvl .V h,-s . M y .24 .1 Yi ' .f"ZfJ"" '. H ,. f 'War , " -. '1"f wa. W1 -I f ffm 5 I , . fl V' if ' V i My 4 H U .5 Z.. f . '. sir, , M ,, ,,ss, e H" w a 1' . "Nia-1'-Y fr . .' . 'S '4 ' E r r , f' . L A -n 0 i t I .-W' ' W V." r i is f i 'A' 'F ' . ' '51 ef-fm .- "Z ' '- fa!-ff A wb , ,,., V, ,,.. ' " . ,,,. "fl ' Q "fff ff+. ' . ' V H 4.44 t s if r s e 'W "' " 1 , n ' -ffiff V TW if 7 , W, V , -, . ' ' 3,45 , ra wig. f Q a M", ,, - . ',,' I up V A,-l 'G 1 f fi i at V 1 ...y e 3 Seven AM VVednesday morning October l, 1975, students on tlie way to early morning classes sighted a gigantic plume of dark grey smoke burgeoning a tliousand feet in tlie air. Placerville Fruit Growers Association was burning. 'lille fire set by an unknown arsonist raged out of control causing police and firemen to eordon off the area and close Highway 50. As the fire swept from building to building devouring tliem in flames, tlie Fire Department concentrated its efforts to keep the fire from crossing tlie freeway to tinder-dry grasses and foliage. Placerville fire units toiled all dayg many extra units from as far as Sacramento came to aid local firemen, and borate bombers dropped fire retardant into tlie heart of tlie blaze. By evening tlie fire was contained but the remaining mass of cliarred wood, twisted steel, and crumbling concrete smoldered for days. 238 .Nm f X 'N aw I may have a ood job for you. a raise to S402 after 4 months. We'll also give you a chance to travel. Or a head start on college through in- service educational opportunities. With theArmy payingupto75fZ,ofyourtuition. lf you're interested, give me a call. You'll not only be doing a good job for yourself. You'll be doing a good job for your Country as well. SSG CHUCK ANDRE 100 Placerville Drive lln the Fairgroundsl Placerville, CA 95667 622-8500 Join the people who've joined the Army. In fact, the Army has over 300 different jobs you could applyfor and probablyget. lf you qualify, we'll guarantee your choice of job training in fields like con- struction, computer programming, in- telligence, eiectronics, communications, or many others. We'll pay you a starting salary of S5361 a month Cbefore deductionsj. With W- 6 2. W1 5 Box 36, Diamond Springs, Luft: Um- cniiinuinity Community Lift- 239 Top: SSG Chuck Andre, ARM Y RIfCRUl'I'lfR, l00 Placi-rvillv Dr., lllart-rvillm-. Millrlli- It-f : A u in Wolff and Cath ' Valclx-I at HOBBY HU' i, . v 4-. .f wow: C YS FROS' ' ', Merchants ro ided Services and Supplies S Q gmt, s..s. f Y. ' ni is ' X s-g'x'iTixx .s T' N ,e if- xs A ss, :Msgs M .5 .X Nwwmwems - S -Qs R Kim ss- si? seee in - A LLIL .. - N X K. s,.1k5Xs, we XL fog Q- jsiigiw X sg, Q . . ,Q s as A 1 ses, 5 - ., -- ss, ' ' Q X :,:. , Q Gy ,- s . ,. s.. A .WN -Swv We Opposite page: Top: Jennifer Bennett shows Diane and Vonnie Shane a bottle of cologne at ROBlNSON'S PHARMACY, 359 Main St., Placerville. Bottom left: Cathy Valdez talks to Mr. Gellete about one of the many new cars at PATTERSON MOTORS, 55 Placerville Dr., Placerville. Bottom right: HANGTOWN SWEETE SHOP, 440 Main St., Placerville, is famous for it's homemade candy. Left:'One of the friendly waitresses waiting to welcome you to DENNY'S, 232 Main St., Placerville. Bottom left: Plants get careful attention at SLEEPY HOLLOW NURSERY, l7l Middletown Rd., Placerville. Bottom right: jennifer Bennett, Leah Arroues, Mary Frampton and Cathy Valdez have a comfortable Conversation on a soft sofa at DlLLENGER'S, 262 Main St., Placerville. Below: WESTERN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, 573 Main St., Placerville. -,W Q3 C I 'X fs- monies.-t - - K F .--a 4 . ,3,7,Es 51, ESS- fi fn., X, sk. ,- , X-.K Community Life 241 I si Businesses Fulfilled Many Needs of the Community New . 5 .. A E 'J If 3' X- 1 f 'Q ' Ds X .. 'N DQYSUPPLY -J 15 -. - iii ix 51 4 S x ew Q.. t S.. I A E . No? New fl 'II ' I I 'J Jaxx I A ::. ln um 'ef . smitten I , .., . 4?3?.. ff 'Ya G51 PIIIUIGTIYF HHUH F mums Sons neil!!!-T ,,,,,,, owl' X , . ING.. Ms fgs3Tglllg2liffY,2?fi??i fffi - 5 Og.-"" X Left: AL HINDS AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP, 640 Main St. Placerville. Middle left: john Parker at CUSTOM AIRE 8: RADIATOR SHOP, 555 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom left: A shop to buy very nice clothes, OFF BROADWAY, 1245 Broadway, Placerville. ' Opposite page: Top left: 7 DAY AUTO SU PPLY, 694 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom left: Jennifer Bennett is being shown some of the many carpet samples at DAWSON'S, 352 Main St.Placerville. Top right: Mary Frampton and Leah Arroues show one of the flower pots at PLACERVILLE FLOWER 8: GIFT SHOP, 248 Main St. Placerville. Bottom right: B811 AUTO BODY SHOP AND PAINTING, 1600 Broadway, Placerville. l wuqg-.,, -43 i 358 Placerville Dr. Placerville HANGTOWN PH ARM ACY 1341 Broadway Placerville FASHION TRE E 1428 Broadway Placerville 3191 Turner St. Placerville BEN FRANKLIN 598 Main St., Placerville Congratulations Seniors Congratulations to the Bicentennial Class of '76 Community Life 243 UNITED FARM AGENCY REAL ESTATE THE MEDICAL ARTS PRESCRIPTION SHOP HENDERSON INSURANCE AGENCY Businesses Stressed SCTVICC W1th Style Below: Jennifer Bennett tries on a pair of shoes at CASH MERCHANTILE, 400 Main St. Placerville. Right: Ralph with one of the super Kawasakis at MIKE'S CYCLE, 698 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom left: A few of the many parents that attended our school football games. Bottom right: Busy at work with one of her special hair designs at, IRMGARITS HAIR DESIGNS, 640 Placerville Dr. Placerville. 244 I .SWE HANGTOWN BAKERY ALL OCCASION CAKES 385 Main St. Placerville, Ca. 95667 WALLY BEHRENS, REALTORS Serving the Area Since 1960 - Pollock Pines, California RADIO S HACK 1430 Broadway Placerville LEFT:Craig Buchanan and Brian Veerkamp at CLUSIAU'S RENTALS AND SALES, 511 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom left: Mark Stewart, Martin Yablonovsky and Terry Tuttle at MARTIN J. YABLONOVSKY, "CHIROPRAC'I'OR," 426 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Below PLACERVILLE POLICE ASSOCIATION, 489 Main St. Placerville. HARRELL MOTORS, INC. FORD 126 Forni Rd. Placerville, Calif. 95667 THE HAWTHORNE TREE Placerville -Hang in There- EL DORADO .POOL SERVICE 7530 Green Valley Road 622-3279 Community Life 245 Q x I a N .. Q Qx. - H .. . Q f . - R ,ig k . fl 1 .L i K gg .Q . . 35 . is V 'f A 5 .. .i W in i ' xg Qs, N.. xv Li? K W . W .. -'F 'W It 1. .. QQ ,My N I A A Q X v. Ni . S.: r i X , x x 5 5 L ' ' ii sl. . '.Jf"' W f X .x-- , , .7 tx . I N A. , A -Q.: i- 5 L . . . " -1. A . .- 35 .- Y ----- ' x, A . ..l:-1-,fE?:.,. w .N xNw.:.....,.. X 1 H. ":.': ' V ,H ' .iff W " . .,.. - - ' f .5:f.:..a.. ., 586 N, . 'NWN ' 1 Q . ,... g g W - kb N, 1 L . N.. M . .... , ,Q-NN, -A Q - - ,.... . A f Ti: f S - A Q QSQN-,1.-T. ,QM5-Q .11-.fp-. X, Nw Y -sm. -- .. i . . P Q. - 3 A S , Q 1 X e' 1 w . mx E S . ,. . 2. Q Q 3 we QQ x Q N""'ilr-N. Qi fu. 1 i i i a Q. Qt- i 9 Ns. Q Q Q S Q X .Sk .K 1 5.1 3. IR ...- Opposite page: FIFTY GR.-IND S'l'Ii.-XKHOLTSI-I, ILO. Box ISS, Polloek Pines. This page: Top If-fr: C0l,I'f'I"I'If'S COIFFURICS, 4172 IC. l'lm-nszmt VaIIey Rd., Diamond Springs. Top right: l,U'l'Z LINCOLN NIICRCIIRY, 715 MainSt.,Placerville-.RigI1t:C.-XIVIP COLUINIA, I'.O. Box I I, Iiiglnvaly 49, Coloma. LL-fr: Pl,.'XCI'fRVII,I,If DRIVE SHELL, ISO I'I:u'ervilIe Drive. SPORTSIVI ANS H ALL RESTAU RANT Where Good Food Has Been Served Since 1857. Also has Apple Stand Community Life 247 Below: FROSTER'S OLD FASHION FREEZE, 567 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Right: ,Having fun at HANGTOWN HARDWARE, 1309 Broadway, Placerville are Richard Lenhart, Linda Nelson, Tom Kinkade and Jim Young. Middle right: The reliable servicemen at WILLIAMS AUTO PARTS, 107 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom right: Cathy Valdez and Jennifer are served a cold glass of water by one of the waitresses and a Tahoe couple looks on at VESUVIO'S, 351 Main St. Placerville. Opposite page: Top: The TIRE EXCHANGE, 1540 Broadway, Placerville. Bottom right: Jennifer Bennett and Cathy Valdez look at one of the tool boxes at C 86 H MOTOR PARTS, 610 Main St. Placerville. Bottom right: Real Estate Saleswomen and Mr. Lumsden at LUMSDEN REAL ESTATE, 163 Placerville Dr. Placerville. 7f1..sf-ff? ft I 2 03319 EQ M 55331 .ff ff? .f" Y i f? ' if i f r'-e' af' "1 ',,.- 3.31 ff, ity , S 2 , .., I . , , . Q I f 1 A aww I En.. 248 'l Egg. . X of Ssfisbssggagistigs Ss f I an I Firms Met Personal Needs . t an . 2 e ee .eeeMMM 3 WWMNAV N - ww: we - mem K , Q i 5 N N .v 5 5 N E ew 1::, 515, g "" 2 M - A X A X D WR Q 4 A 1 -if . 6? Q I if ,VJ Llfwg N ESTATE Community Life 249 Men and Machines iMadc Business Boom Top: Tom Kinkade, Jim Young, Linda Nelson and Richard Lenhart at GOLD RUSH RESORT, P. O. Box 149, Coloma, CA. Above: Recovering a chair at PONY MATTRESS Sc UPHOLSTERY, 6012 Pony Express Trail, Pollock Pines. Right: HANGTOWN WHEELS, 677 Placerville Dr., Placerville. Opposite page: Top left: DIAMOND NATIONAL, 150 Eorni Rd., Placerville. Top right: BUCKHORN MACHINE SHOP, 737 Main St., Placerville. Bottom left: VAN GAS, 62l Placerville Dr., Placerville. Bottom right: PLACERVILLE PRESS, 694 Main St., Placerville. A Wa.. 250 'iq v-Qi S 1 .v-"""i Q ii ga .' YN. K . i im WSF? X sais Yr S SNS N 'b 2 f 'K J i 53-511 iff! 31,wf'e:4fStssf2S F B 61 W SIQRVIC If Auto Dismantling Pollock Pines, C.-X : is """""lNllnu Www-1mx.,.k,,.,.. ' - - 14. -wan Cnniinunity Lifv 251 mployecs Strivcd For leasant Service Right: 15-MILIQ PUST, 0.306 Pony Fxprvss Trail, Pollock Pinvs. Bvlow: W'.'Xl,KIfR'S IICWI-1l.ICRS, 460 Main St., Plan-rvillt-. Bottom tight: IN'l'ICRfCOL'N'l'Y 'I'I'I'LIf COMPANY, 596 Main St., Plan-rvillt-. Opposite pztgv: Top lt-ft: Tlflff P.-UNT SPOT, IZKJS Broadway, l,lz1cm'rvillt-.Top right: THE FRONT' PURCH, 1297 Broadway, Plact-rvillt-. Bottom lt-ft: NIURR.-XY'S S'l'nX'I'lONERY STUR .ill Main St.. Plan-rx'ill4-. Bottom right: R.'KLEY'S, I60 Placvrvillm' Ur., Plan-rvillc. JNQQU' 5535186111 Q CM.!'FOR8l'A vsbsr H 1 .. - A b E A "" , FU LLER BRUSH Witt-rc' Bruslfs art- Bt-st! 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Box 406, Diamond Springs Placcrvillc COITlITILlI1lfj'I,ifl' 253 F N I w 'fkme Yi wwe 'fe Businesses et Needs Opposite page: Top: P,-XSSl'f'l"l'l'S QUALITY MEATS, 6216 Pony lfxpress 'l'rziil, Pollock Pines. Bottom left: Mary Harrison joins Snoopy at KEN CUl,l,lNS MOTORS, l-H2 Broadway, Placerville. Mirlille riglit: 'lilllf BEAUTY BOU'lilQUlf, l.i0l Brozulway, Placerville. Bottom right: SlfCURl'l'Y l'.'XCIlflC NATIONAL BANK, 447 Main St. and ldllll Broadway, Placerville. This page: 'liopz MOUN'li:XlN MOTORS, 3033 Sacramento St., Placerville, Middle: Bl..-XIR BROTHERS LUMBICR CU., llb0 llrozulway. Placerville. Bottom: QU:Xl.l'l'Y SHOP, 379 Main St., Placerville. Below: l"l,URl'iNCl'i'S, 4.35 Main St., Placerville. ! 1 mf ., N W .... . ZW' f f 2 l :?"'f.1".r-.r-lrf.f.r-.r-.r-.4-,i- ,. J. fl 1 Y Firmiliiilf e DR. BERIDGE D.D.S. l l IZ Corker Placerville Community Life 255 eoplc And laces ade It Happen Place-rvillv irivrclizmts provitlvd a Yaris-ty of products and services to vnablv an-11 rcsidcnts to liavs- good tliings liappcn. lic-low It-fr: jlM'S liUlLlJlNG SUPPLY, 660 Placrrvilla- Ur., Placcrvillr. Right: K-5 TRAININCI ST.-XBl,l2, 4-X21 Lum-man Rd., Placcrvillc. Bottom la-ft: jvnnifcr llcnnm-tt, Cathy Valdvz and Le-ali .-Xrrour-s rids- invisilvlc liorsvs at CLll"'l'ON AND WARREN, 574 Placvrvillv Dr., Placvrvillr. Middle right: Richard Lvnliart, ,lim Young, Linda Nelson, Tom Kinkade and Carol Young wx-lcomv you to PIUNEIQR DRUG CO., 1267 Broadway, Placerville. Bottom right: jim Young, Carol Young and Linda Nvlson look at plants and flows-rs at BRO.-XDW':XY l"LORlS'l', I3-W Broadway, Placcrvillv. Posivs To Pcrk You Up. , i ' 5 IH i A . W ..,. , ,, W ., I s E , is , fffg N. . . 3 ,...,, yi V Q Vw .,z:""-5 ii! ish: .- f fhvv M M. l 256 Community Lift- El Dorado Savings And oan mployccl El Dorado Graduates 5 A W J 445153 A ag Sze 'f : E 'R S X. wa' as - H e. fi! 'Y Dressed in their uniforms are graduates from El Dorado High School: EL DORADO SAVINGS AND LOAN, 310 Center St., Placerville has Elaine Council-l968, Lynn Bridgesgl970, Ann Wilson-1969, Hazel made it a policy to hire local high school graduates. The seven girls shown here Dewberry-l96l, Sandy McCoyAl97l, Debbi GruberAl967, and Karen all graduated from El Dorado High School. Sagasar-1970. Community Life 257 Nuigglg a W 2. Q M. W,W2s-Nw-rw' w ir E Q X M.- W Rf. 5 iw H xg 5 Q: S Y 3 'j Q3 -f Ni' 'SSVQHS X X Q xanax -9- X my N A W M ,Q . . EQ V Q 1 X , g .L ,Q g 3 N -L + X' we , . F . i Q 5 - -f-if .KL- 55,5 -5E:iEja'i.g1,k5.- ir. A FQ gg 'Ld. A 1 f -A f p 9 1, ' f f 1 " viva - 1-"i .-,' 55 -2HfA'1-xvQihs'iQ-kgs? 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Ink' -U3 VV f F 2 ' f imma! Oppusiu- page: SKIN N ICR HROTH ERS Placvrvillm-. Above' It-ft: -Margin' Cilhallvru, -IHIIVT right: Cathy Vzilclrz slmwa um' uf tht- trucks :II CONST- CU" 11.0. BUX 403 lnlacvrvilli.. This Scott, JOZIIIIN' FoyandCindyQllaxtu-t:f1km-:thru-:lk HENNINGSICN X SONS, O00 l'Izxrm-rvillv Ur., paggv: Top: PURKICYS, 2740 Highway 50, at A CSL W, U65 Broadway, Placs-rvlllv. Almvs' Planta-rvilh-. Community Lift- 250 ocal Businesses ept Cougars In Fine Style This page-: Right: ROBERT G. LAND TRUCKING, IS67 Martin Lam-, Placvrvillv. Iii-low If-ft: COMBELLACKS in IXSS, 399 Main St., Placerville. Bt-low right: FRANKLIN HEARING AID CO. INC., 460 Main St., Placerville. Bottom: PLACER FINANCE, 76 Nlain St., Placerville. Opposite page: Top: VREEKEN SHELL, l5l Main St., Placerville, Bottom: ARIAN'S, 469 Main St., Placerville. CAL SIERRA PROPERTIES Thank You To The 54 Main St. Class Of "76" Placerville For Making Our Community Congratulates A Better Place all El Dorado's To Live In. Bicentennial Graduates Al Williams, CHIEF OF POLICE Good Luck Class Of "76" OXYGEN SERVICE AND SUPPLY BAERS DRY DIGGINS PHARMACY 2900 Cold Springs Road 1341 Broadway, Placerville Placerville SPORTSMAN'S HALL RESTAURANT BANK OF AMERICA Where Good Food 6490 Pony Express Trail Has Been Served Welcomes all El Dorado Grads. Since 1857. Good Luck in 1976 Also Has Apple Stand Serving the Area Good Luck Bicentennial Class Of "76" Depend ON us, more Californians do. -gms: X MOTHER LODE TIRE 3943 Missouri Flat Rd. Placerville HOLLY'S BEAUTY SHOP. Specialize in Guy's 8: Gal's Styling Sc Haircutting Good Luck Class of "76" WILLIAMS SL SONS BUILDING SUPPLIES 1900 Coloma Road Placerville JOHN A. NERWINSKI D.D.S. 941 Spring St. Placerville CUSTOM COLORS 137 Placerville Dr. Placerville, Calif. SALIS BARBER SHOP 193 Placerville Dr. 622-9878 BANK OF AMERICA Placerville Best Wishes Class of "76" LA VERNE'S BEAUTY SALON Safeway Shopping Center Pollock Pines, Ca. CHAPEL OF THE PINES Cold Springs Rd. Placerville Community Life 261 Area Provided All Necessary Scrvtces Placerville Serving our new friends in the foothills. 348 Main Street, Placerville, 626-0700. David C. Thomas, Vice President and Manager Ralph Venturi, Assistant Manager arol Russell, Assistant Cashier Top left: Mrs. Willits shows one of their new chain saws at WILLITS SAW Sc TOOL CENTER, 673 Placerville Dr. Placerville. Top right: PROSPECTOR REALTY, 136 Main St. Placerville. Above: RIVER CITY BANK, No Charge Checking. Right: SKYCREST MOTEL, 6080 Pony Express Trail, Pollock Pines. 262 NN- THE ounb fl?mlmle l ' R Glhe plate where families meet l 512 main Street at Bedford Placerville, Ealifornia Rall HSI B22-2259 5 Your Memories 1976 Remember . . .? . . . putting the library back together. . . trying your line at the welcome dance. . . raising money at concessions. . . typing with ten thumbs. . . viewing past glories in the trophy case. . . building star spangled floats. .. scrounging snow for an iceball. . . 266 u QNX :el k . K E X TV , Using ur New School . . . . . . waiting for the busses. . . standing around during a false fire alarm... leaving the school, praising three o'elock. .. hurrying over the Crosswalk. . . using What's left of the covered eating area... taking nutrition break on the new balcony. .. piling on the busses... driving home... and everything stopping at the end ofthe year. . --......... ,-......,, x E 268 5 3 QQ 3 , 14 33- 5 F553 g Y, ' + .:4v,4 A 1 1 7 ' C 2 sf, Sv' ,fy . new durln The XM suvf gs 3 X bgswnsnl . 5" X X X X S X 1 Ev X as x 9 if 9 270 N2 -B ,Vx :X ssavvcw 98 4U'1"L"Em NNQI- ,afggl 5 ww f? 22 23: ITL. ' ' f f H biA?f wigg, 1:2 Q. , .,,nf,, ffm-Lg? 2? FT 3 25,2 A ,I me Q gf, - ' ' 1 1 E 2 ww " 'F W' A s ir we gil? 3545 2 :,51+.f7W, g- 1- :bf Q 22s5fMf?f ,WWE 1 AVS' '3 1 :ii , ,, ,NL 272 1 A Q Q 4 J Q 5 X Ex J sw 271 .E Y :Eff va- V, ' cams Z 4 V' L W gsxkqiv,-.3 A V 1 LQ ggggfk N 4. L, A . Eff " A 3 ' ' 1. 2 K . 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