El Paso High School - Spur Yearbook (El Paso, TX)

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This school year, the elev- enth aniversary after the fiftieth year of our school, or perhaps more notably, the first anniversay after the sixtieth year of our school, was marked by the presence of a new assistant principal, a new senior class, a new junior class, a new sophomore class, a new freshman class and a new eighth grade class, a new United States President and more immediately, a new tardy policy which was abandoned after numerous complaints from par- ents and students. The cry that a student should not be denied an education because he is a few min- utes late to class prevailed over teachers' demands to reduce the ever-increasing number of tardies. This was not a year of land- marks or important historical events, but a year to reflect on the images and traditions which clarify and shape our existence. The en- rollment was 1,800 students, an in- crease of 200 over last year. The pencil sharpeners still work only in the typing classes and invariably fail to work in the math classes. We still have desks carved with "Jose, CSR Class of '38." We did well in sports with the football team taking third place the first year they were part of the 1-AAAA District. Several track stars put us on the all-state map. ROTC's battalion commander be- came the first brigade commander for the entire city in years. And, lest we forget, 1976 was the year cafeteria lunches were served in baskets. 18V ty Q05 fpfo 11" 's 5 nwP'N"' ff-Q' HY p . '1 I3'L 1 'L UCLLU Travel European Tour Adds Culture To EPHS Students On June 25, 1976, fifteen stu- dents from El Paso High and stu- dents from various other El Paso High Schools departed from El Paso and began their Foreign Study League tour of Europe, chaperoned by Mr. John Doran and his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg. The group's first stop was Ma- drid Spain. Today Madrid is a cos- mopolitan center with wide ave- nues and magnificent parks. After spending three days in Madrid the group's next stop was Rome, Italy, where the aroma of past civiliza- tions still lingers over Rome's many ancient ruins. The students then traveled by bus to Florence Italy and then by train to Wangs, Switzerland. July 9th through July 13th were spent in the city of a million lights, Paris, France, where they visited the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Versailles. The final stops were Amsterdam, the Netherlands and London, Eng- land. 20 Variety PICTURE ONE: The London Bridge as seen from roadside. PICTURE TWO: Stu- dents from EPHS in Europe, Kaylee Bren- nand, Annette de la Torre, Janice Gold- farb, Hector Guerrero, Cindy Jacques, Vir- ginia Lopez, Kathy Malooly, Paula Mowad, Donna Nickey, Lisa Oppenheimer, Donna Rosen, Steve Sambrano, Karen Tovar, Lau- ra Veytia and Mr. and Mrs. John Doran. PICTURE THREE: During their four day stay in Paris the group visited the Eiffel Tower. PICTURE FOUR: Elisabeth is painting a picture of her brother. PIC- TURE FIVE: Elisabeth hopes to pursue a career as a doctor. PICTURE SIX: Elisa- beth studies for a last minute exam. A WL Elisabeth Hagen Likes Contrast Elisabeth Haga was a foreign ex- change student who attended El Paso High School during the 1976-77 school year. Elisabeth, who came from Oslo Norway, was very impressed by the southwestern surroundings she en- countered in El Paso. "The reason I like El Paso so much is because the climate and environment are com- pletely different from Oslo," she said. In her spare time she cross country skiis, paints and jogs along the streets of Mission Hills. Variety 2 Entertainment ...tt sr 1 : "X -rf :::..:::::...- :::::::::::: P, . ::::: .:::: "::::z::::: A ZZZEEZZZZZ -rvvid' Z' yu :: 1 4 ' :" :: -- . ' 7 Y: Z1ZZZ 'fL7ff . : WJ.. +, gi-:Yr ::::: 'xr 'asf :::::::: l I ' -. ::::::::::: "::::f X if 'Ti1f'fk':::' 'zzz 1:::i ' ' W x: 1 zzz, :::::, f Qt 5,-5, Azz: .... :::: V3QX!FMuggEEfF Let Us Entertain You A variety of entertainment was available in many forms to stu- dents and the public this past year. Movies such as, "The Omen," "A Star is Born," "All The Presi- dents Men," and "King Kong" were hits among El Paso High stu- dents. "All the Presidents Men" received top awards from the New York Film Critics and the National Society of Film Critics, which awarded the movie picture of the year. "Taxi Driver," a movie deal- ing with intense violence and "Network," a movie about the in- fluence of television on society, were also two award-winning films. "Roots," a novel made for TV, was the most watched television series of all time. It was based on Alex Haley's non-fiction novel, "Roots," and displayed a realistic portrayal of negro slavery. Home Box Office KHBOJ a pay television network which features uninter- rupted movies less than a year old, foreign films, sports, specials, and children's films was another form of entertainment offered, Barbra Streisand, who received critical acclaim for her perfor- mance in "A Star is Born," was 22 Variety HLDERNESS AMEX able to produce another top-ten musical hit. The theme from "A Star is Born," "Evergreen," was chosen best song of the year by the Golden Globe Academy. According to the Cashbox Magazine's nation- wide survey, other top-ten hits of the year were "Tonight's the Night," Rod Stewart, "You Don't Have To Be A Star," Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing," Leo Sayers, "Car Wash," Rose Royce, and "Love Me," Yvonne Elliman. Top-ten albums included "Hotel California," The Eagles, "Wings Over America," Paul McCartney and Wings, "Frampton Comes Alive," Peter Frampton, "A Night On The Town," Rod Stewart, and "A New World Record," Electric Light Orchestra. Musical groups who payed a vis- it to El Paso were The Eagles, Blue Oyster Colt, Bob Seger and The Electric Light Orchestra. Compiled by Publisher Weelky, various bestselling books were, "Passages," "Roots," "Trinity," "Raise The Titanic," and "Sleep- ing Murder." A STAR IS BORN WILDER R STRE K 1 0 A All! . 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', 2 f . f - a , 1- ,, W 4 'rnssrsw 1 - A -:gym -V2 , , ' I. . 45.1 xg if Fashions ' if i- I Gauchos, Short . f'o. H our Preoazl oo 26 Variety Gaucho pants, jumpsuits, tunics and bulky sweaters were all stylish clothes seen throughout the school year. Bulky sweaters and Levi's set the mood for a typical cold football game while gaucho pants were comfortable to wear to school. Throughout the year t-shirts and jeans remained the most popular clothing for the males at EPHS. :gg 3 A FW "-."!'- ua ,,,. xiaxn . vw Q- 2'iE?".: 1 V ' Q 55' ' fi' K f' tx I f w ra g PICTURE ONE: A t-shirt reflects what one student feels. PICTURE TWO: A dou- ble-pierced ear creates a new unique style. PICTURE THREE: Laurie Schwartz swings into the Igorthy Hamill haircut. PICTURE FOUR:.,Racy I-Iaddad'y!nodels the popular gaucho pants and boots. PIC- TURE FIVE: Yvette Fry is in tune with a long stylish tunic. PICTURE SIX: Patricia Beltran is comfortable in a pair denim over- alls. Q-fm., ,,. v A Variety 27 Vehicles CB's, Jeeps Make It Big Many Tigers were seen driving to school in vans, 4-wheel drive trucks, jeeps or rebuilt cars from the nineteen fifties. Within many of these vehicles were the popular CB radios which seemed to be the rage among high school students. 28 Variety And F urzously cal of standard mtenors PICTURE TWO CBS are a blg 10 4 PICTURE THREE Exhaust plpe s add to the appearance of a van s extenor PICTURE FOUR These are just two of some of the trucks dnven by tlgers. PICTURE FIVE:VV1ctor Ramlrez uses his Bronco for both four-wheeling and driving to school. PICTURE SIX: James Jurados 1956 Chevy is now a collectors 1 m. ' PICTURE ONE Thzs van mterlor xs typ: They Drive Fast l Talent Tracks 543 i .Q-is x .iii T al- -- , AN ii I -.I .. .sights : I 1 L 'g'i,...M , L, ,p r-:rg -Spa lj y 1 , - ' "2-T:-.' ' Q Q6 . V tg.. . Q -. K -gli .1 get far! f 'Eg' 'Z 2 ' A -1- Ceramic Savvy A "Working with clay has taught me patience and, although ceram- ics is a time consuming hobby, I enjoy it immensely," said senior Laura Rodriguez. During her ju- nior year Laura was enrolled in a ceramics class and she became in- terested in ceramics. Laura began making pinch pots, coil pots and vases. "A friend had a kiln that was not in use and thought I would appreciate the results of using itj' said Laura. Since last year Laura has made various mugs, planters, ash trays and other ceramic ob- jects. 30 Variety His Heart Is In His Engine ' Inspired by the mechanical tal- ents of his two uncles who own automotive mechanic shops in Mexico City, Johnny Berumen wants likewise to own a shop. After Johnny graduates next year from Technical Center and El Paso High, he plans to obtain a one- year degree from a school of auto and diesel mechanics in Phoenix, Arizona. Flip Over Kim Strass 4 A future in international gym- nastics competition and a spot in the 1980 Olympics are part of Kim Strauss' goals after only four years of training. When freshman Kim, was ten years-old she enrolled in a two-week summer gymnastics pro- gram at the Y.W.C.A. Kim was a fast learner and decided to try out for the Sun City gymnastics team. She made the team when she was twelve and since then she has com- peted throughout the Southwest and has earned the reputation as being one of the best gymnasts in the state. A member of the Sun- beams Gymnastic Club, Kim works out daily from 6:30 to 9 p.m. This past November Kim compet- ed in the Phillips '66 Bartlesville Invitational Meet where, from a field of 73 gymnasts, she captured first place on the balance beam and second best all around gym- nast. I- Up, Up And Away v "Building a rocket requires pa- tience and the right materials at the right time," said sophomore Brian Maddux. At least four times a year for the past four years Charles Abernathy, Allen Gilmer, Ronald Stubblefield and Brian have been launching homemade rockets. Model rocketry is a safe hobby which requires the use of lightweight materials, pre-loaded solid propellant and an electrical ignition system. Building a small rocket costs any where from sixty cents to 83. Large rockets cost as much as 320. Q . ' , A P " I I 4 A rr C C Q.. -....- ,.: ..f.- axf' ,,,,..,x.,.g . - an 1- . .4,- , - .YM f ,.-,k,ff...r.5f-, 1, g , olxx -1 Bart Loves Art v When most three year-old chil- dren were scribbling in coloring books or drawing stick figures, Bart Ochoa was drawing excep- tional pictures of girls. Bart's drawings are now much more so- phisticated. He focuses on drawing things which relate to reality and abstract drawings. The media he uses to create his art winning drawings are pen and ink, pencil and charcoal. Bart, a sophomore, served as art editor of the Creative Arts Magazine and his design was featured on the cover of the ,77 magazine. . ...s.f, . ,M ,I Head Over Heals A Witnessing the skateboard trend in his neighborhood, freshman Charlie Hart watched the crowd but after two years of practice the crowd is watching him. With the S100 Charlie saved during the summer, he bought the equipment to build the two skateboards which he daily rides up and down the hilly sidewalks of Kern Place. P D' f . 25 . . U .,.M... , if X , L 2 1 to . C r , , p gy, ,N -fa ' x rx, 4 i X , . . . . P. K Variety 3 N 32 Distinctions 1 TLII il tl 33 lu -4 Azz EPHS Boy Steve Sambrano Steve was very active in R.O.T.C. He was Drill Team Com- mander and District 1st Brigade Commander with the rank of Colo- nel. Steve was a representative to the American Legion Boys State, and he went to the Texas Nuclear Science Symposium, was a mem- ber of the Junior and Senior Na- tional Honor Society, a Student Council Senator and on the Stu- dent Advisory Board. ,N xx, N, All , gm ge t u 34 D1StlHCt10HS in-if - '---" mm- New -' xxx 1 'Y Nw-N if kgs t A 375 M im ...El .wx 4 1-1- . ' , l -1--.., i I iii W ' Fkff . r'.'i..'-ffrg., s N, 'mis , , ' , '. rv' 1, 15 3 ,tvffsf ' EAS .v. . If z ,es All EPHS Gzrl Jane Rathbun PICTURE ONE: Steve Sambrano All E.P.H.S. Boy. PICTURE TWO: Steve in dress uniform. PICTURE THREE: Steve takes R.O.T.C. seriously. PICTURE FOUR: Steve and Jane at a Student Advi- sory meeting. PICTURE FIVE: Steve prac- ticing rifle drill. PICTURE SIX: Jane Rathbun All E.P.H.S. Girl. I was genuinely surprised t say the least and I really feel hon- d to have received the title said Jane Rathbun. Through the years Jane has been honored as Optimist Youth of the Week, Senior Student Council Senator, Student Advisory Board Representative, Student Council Councilman at Large, Junior class president, member of A Choir Ju- nior and Senior National Honor Society Honor Roll and Golf Sweetheart. It was a coincidence that Steve Sambrano and Jane were in the same class when they heard the an- nouncement that the faculty had chosen them E.P.H.S. Boy and Girl. Jane turned around and shook hands with Steve who was very surprised also. 35 Distmctions .N ,N .. . , . , Q 19, Wg ? w,,,,A fzgihjqs QW:,, ,g 3, ggi? wavy, , I 2 QE Xa x W W We gm NW ,Maw ,W KE. , X Jkt my by if JM . ,,,, vgm v'wQQQrWwW?4?J3i?l4PiE?QwLf M5PQS:gwMiA'SfwZgwgf,S J , f w XA 5334 A A 2 P 3-xg -R T33 . Wi . 1 ff-in ,-'Eg - , A k ,L " J ' N fi ry Q, qv '. . is tvs Qfiigj 'if 121535 G2 nf 1 A isa . w'M, WM,.ML a,.,-4-m ,,,,WwmI, T, bg 195 f 1 Q4 . . I -,lx as :1, ,V g k W Y ' wo - .4 ,, A 6 . 5 N- ' " , jzf. 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PICTURE FOUR: Sophomore class officers: Joe Flores, vice pres.: Laurie Schwartz, yell leader: Robbie Rosen, yell leader: Steve Campos, pres.: Annette Cor- dova, sec.: Shelly Carr, tres. PICTURE FIVE: Freshman class officers: Patsy Flo- res, yell leader: Sandra Chavez, sec.: Carlos Veytia, pres.: Ginny Kerr, tres.: Pearl Mo- linar, vice pres.: Yvianna Aguilera, yell leader. PICTURE SIX: Frosh. pres. Carlos Veytia takes out his anxieties on a camera. N 38 Distlnctions Sophs., Frosh Begin To Show Potential I , I ' 'vv'3m,' I ,U L M, ', ' gy K 2 D 3 Scanlon Heads Council 40 Distinctions Senior John Scanlon was elected by the student body to serve as president of Student Council. John was a member of Senior and Junior National Honor Soci- ety French Club and Senior Com- puter Seminar. Honors John has received inf clude Varsity Track Letterman for three years, Scholastic Letter Win- ner for three years and Select Scholar Honor Roll member. John said he sees good potential in the Student Council but when people don't care enough to go to i Qi.. E' 1 QP' i l 3255 2 T . 2 'fi' .rf i i , me the meetings, report back to their fellow students, give ideas or work at all, there is no possible way Stu- dent Council can succeed. John said, "People make Student Coun- cil and people wreck Student Council. It is up to the students to decide what they want to do with their Student Council." One project completed at the be- ginning of the year by Student Council and the Art Department was the completion of the wooden tigers. They are spirit boosters that were placed in front. of the varsity athletes' houses. ghd. lot e T var 3 i 1 ' - if " , ., r fs: 1.lL" " l ' ff:- l Q 55423441 l l l John Scanlon ,A rt l .- I i i I. J Q J if if 'L l l v 4 Q i X, 5? !l!lIs 259' - ,N --afiiff' is va 3 Manny Malone A ,.. Malone Leads Assisting John was Danny Ma- lone. Danny has been in the Senate for four years and in the House for one year. He has also been presi- dent of National Junior Honor So- ciety and received a scholastic jacket. Danny was a representative to the Bilingual Committee and student leader of ESSA. Helping John and Danny were: secretary, Karen Tovarg treasurer Mike Scanlong porgram managers, Anne Duncan and Charlotte Dug- gan. , Reps Dist Senators v They Care Susan Strelitz Junior Senator Bobby Nevarez Junior Senator -wwf 'ns-D.---'po Senator N Gzllett Sena or Monica Rivera Freshman Senator Virginia Lopez Freshman Senator Distinctions 43 ESAA, Advisory Board Reps . E.S.A.A. fEmergency School Aide Actl, is a federally funded program designed to promote bet- ter multicultural relations. E.S.A.A. committee members sponsored Student Teacher Switch Day in February and a Spring Workshop for E.P.H.S. students. The Student Advisory Committee is composed of a group of students from each high school in E1 Paso, who meet monthly to discuss school policies and problems with Mr. J.M. Whitaker, Superinten- dant of Schools. Representing E1 Paso High were, Jane Rathbun, Steve Sam- brano and Andrea Plaza. ,Ar , .o Mm i ,.,,, s .s ...S li ii as qw l --q. A ' I Gi li .sv sf V, ii ii, iii 44 Distmctions I, A T ',45',, J1,oi,i,i ' , ,..f.M0z Q . 45,1 4' 'V' swf? ,Ks y - 1 '1- . . . Optimists Help School Two students from each classifi- cation were chosen by their respec- tive classes to represent the stu- dent body at P.T.S.A. meetings. There purpose was to report to the P.T.S.A. what the students want and need. Optimist Award Winners were chosen by Student Activities Di- rector Mr. John Doran, for their contribution to the school. Not shown are: Steve Sambrano, Pat Salcido, John Scanlon, Jane Rath- bun, Karen Tovar and Martha Cardenas. PICTURE ONE: ESSA committee, Pat Sa- lazar, Austin Cleveland, Miss Betty Garcia, Shirley Hodson, Mrs. Gloria Pena, Danny Malone, Terry Calderon. PICTURE TWO: Student Advisory committee, Steve Sam- brano, Andrea Plaza and Jane Rathbun. PICTURE THREE: Sophomore P.T.S.A. reps. Rachel Rodriguez and Valerie Gillett. PICTURE FOUR: Optimists Bobby Ne- varez and Sandra Saucedo. PICTURE FIVE: Eighth-grade P.T.S.A. reps. Stacy Cantrell and Nancy Haddad. PICTURE SIX: Junior P.T.S.A. rep. Bobby Nevarez and Senior rep. Delia Melendez. PICTURE SEVEN: Mr. John Doran and frosh rep, Ana Mares. Distinctlons 45 Top Five From Each Class Receive Letter is i W 'ff' '1' '1. u The top five students from the senior, junior and sophomore classes were chosen for their aca- demic achievements. They were awarded a scholastic jacket. 46 Distinctions ,lp f"F, Y gs 'Skipf Pena, Anderson Take Top Honors n I , , f 43.3 xxxzknv .' "?.. 1 PM PICTURE ONE: Steve Chew, Leslie Sohn, Danny Malone, John Scanlon, Dolores Chavez, Mike Scanlon, David Sidransky, Lisa Oppenheimer and Danny Garcia. PICTURE TWO: John Scanlon's letter shows he has been in the top five for four years. PICTURE THREE: Mary Scanlon, Tricia Pitchford, Valerie Gillett, Christy Cornwall, and Brian Maddox. PICTURE FOUR: Top Tiger Tamer, Coach Skip Schmulbach. PICTURE FIVE: Top Tiger Tamer, Mrs. Gloria Pena. PICTURE SIX: Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Evelyn Anderson. Distinctxons 47 All-States Prove Winning Capabilities PICTURE ONE: Frank Armendariz, all state wrestler. PICTURE TWO: Danny Flores, all state wrestler. PICTURE THREE: Lisa Chavez, all state choir. 48 Dlstmctions N ir, , . x If . I .nz 1- -'fvi455.1 If-,,,Qi'-"i 'W ,? ' fri "i?'T:fzg'1 si In .V JUG :,,. -4g-'Ver 3 3755 5' ,L '. 'ijjk 'Man 2 PICTURE ONE: William Fox, all-state choir. PICTURE TWO: Victor Norman, all-state track. PICTURE THREE: Charles Mitchell, all-state wrestling. Distinction 49 gg . Q Delia x elendez ffl j K A ' F Most Beautiful Girl Melanie Robberts "Dream of a Life Time" was the theme of the 1976-77 Most Beauti- ful Pageant, November 17th. Pre- liminaries were October 21st to choose 20 finalists from 64 contes- tants. The contestants were chosen from second period classes and dif- ferent clubs. During the finals the 20 girls, who were seen in pantsuits and formals, walked to the sounds of Aspen. The entertainment was the Susan Francis Dancers The Pageant was sponsored by the or chestra and assisted by Mrs Deb ble Hartman The 10 finalists were Dawn Caruthers Diane El llot Sandra Garcia Leslie Hardie Elva Holguin Della Melendez Melanie Robberts Becky Salcldo Nancy Villa and Letty Villarreal : , ' - Y Y Y Y Y Y 7 PICTURE ONE: Bonnie Chavez and other contes- tants give Melanie a hug after the pageant. PIC- TURE TWO: Aspen performs during the pageant. Distinctions 51 W fy? A 3' ' si . e ff im, M , "' , 3 1-'fx L ' W1 , A xffv- ,gwgfqf V Q 5 . -s, 35 .. ,HMV W X A, A , . 'G I V : fi 5 Q A I if - 1-QQ 22 :iffy ' f "Rik ffl, i 'ff' f .... 2 "rx . MQ' 3,-f fp ,gl A Y . 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Serving as lady-in-waiting was Patricia Salazar. The ball was December 11th at the Lamar cafeteria with Chess- man performing. The princeses were Senior Ros sana Rosales Junior Cynthia Aguilar Sophomore Patricia Gar c1a and Freshman Leticia Rocha Escorts to the queen and lady in waiting were Steve Sambrano and Raul Lueveno as 8 60 Dlstlnctions FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Senlor prmcess Rossana Rosales Jumor prmcess Cynthxa Aguxlar Sophomore prmcess Patr1c1a Gar cla and Freshman princess Letlcla Rocha ' 1 y v y y ' , . I -'ti 1 x Distinctions 61 ., 'V 'N""3 A Chosen Few Not for all-around achievement, but for superiority in a particular field, the Spur staff salutes these chosen few. Faculty members from each department selected these students to be recognized as out- standing in particular academic areas. PICTURE ONE: Charles Abernethy, Sci- ence PICTURE TWO: Rudy Delgado, In- dustrial Arts PICTURE THREE: Lisa Op- penheimer, English PICTURE FOUR: Stephanie Carr. Speech and Drama PIC- TURE FIVE: Jamie Fisher, History PIC- TURE SIX: Pete Reiquam, Art PICTURE SEVEN: Frank Sifuentes, Home Econom- ics n2 Distmctxons it url 6 xi. Q 59,4 I 7 Distinctions 63 4 gf 2 as M f 3 155 4 gif K is H' f Mm, La is mv., 'f uf su vw' AW 2. :Ml .W N N PICTURE ONE: Julia Kell, Business PIC- TURE TWO: Steve Chew, Math PICTURE THREE: Steve Sambrano, R.O.T.C. PIC- TURE FOUR: Lisa Chavez, Music PIC- TURE FIVE: John Scanlon, Modern Lan guages PICTURE SIX: Romelia Olivares V.O.E. PICTURE SEVEN: Alfred Torres D.E. 64 Dxstmctions W 45: E N f g fix .Q is "1 V - 4 s, . ,, iw 1 I k ,L .- ' 5, 2 . A , n X I ff .fr 'Vi , Sf: i k flflf 4. ' A 'F . wssw is if t, 4 95. Nix . x A-4 .. ,,,, ., 'Q 'f A X M Ag I i - S ..,..........,,,..,.W., - qs ' Q 6 Distinctions 65 QLUUJ and 97 ,jlv ia 6 C7 U1 HG' fffm Qowoaf K M Qjfwb Q L- Lv Drum Maj0rs,"Mqj0rettes, Set Band s Pace u The Varsity Band was lead by Head Drum Major David Vijil and Junior Drum Major Melanie Robberts., Both drum majors at- tended summer band camp at Texas Tech University in Lub- bock, Texas. The majorettes were Sylvia Or- tiz, Susie Cuaron,'Racy Haddad, and Elma Maser. They had a number of uniforms and routines. Last summer they attended twirl- ing camp in Portales, New Mexi- co at N.M.S.U. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOMQRacy Haddad and Sylvia Ortizg TOP-Susie Cuaron and Elma Maser. V PICTURE TWO: Drum majors Melanie Robberts, and David Vigil. ' V Q Band Officers Achieve Goals ix. r 63 Q -1 PICTURE ONE: Band Marches on to sup- port the football team. PICTURE TWO: Five year band member Tita Flores per- forms at half time. PICTURE THREE: Band Sweetheart, Sarah Edmunson. PIC- TURE FOUR: Band officers are FIRST ROW-Richard Morado, secretary, Yolanda Alva, vice-president, Annette De La Torre, sergeant at arms, Tita Flores, president, Ar- lene Bedoya, librarian, Lupe Morales, ser- geant at arms and Micheal Kasner, treasur- er. SECOND ROW-Ernie Delgado, cha- plin, and Danny Williams, sergeant at arms. PICTURE FIVE: Majorette Sylvia Ortiz takes a break during the football game. PICTURE SIX: Annette De La Torre turns to take a glimpse at the Bowie game. ,J Unity 69 V. Unity 70 Beginning, And B-Bands Look To Varsity PICTURE ONE: Beginning Band members are: FIRST ROW - John Hidalgo, Tom Johnson, 'Manny Anchondo, David Wil- liams, Sabrina Tyner, Andy Flores. SEC- OND ROW - Stacy Cantrell, Gloria Do- minguez, Tina Zuniga, Ana Gonzalez, Eve- lyn Aguilar, Mary Alice Rios, Aaron Ma- donado. PICTURE TWO: B-Band members are: , FIRST ROW -- Alberto Peralta, Sandra 'I Chavez, Ruben Bernal, Tomas Munoz, Sharon Bleck. SECOND ROW - Barry f Boetto, Patsy Flores, Patricia Quintana, I 7 Linda Arce, Gerogina Griffin, Terry Ga- 1 lindo, Sylvia Torres, Elizabeth Delgado, f lv, ,,,,,,jf'2:f'1ff,EQgf' i,,,,,:'- '11 ,nm ., ,.,..,1,a,, ea .m,,f,,. nf . fi Henry Carrillo, Lorenzo Salcido. , llllllllllliillliiiluwiuiluilcaaaaaaus g iiliiirlilsllisilliiuiiniii'ili'iiii?i2iiifi4?i'ti' ...W . . Q., it f""'N i W my ' f""' fx ' I f-I we fi if r . o I-wi , 1 fx f , i r ...A 1 .a....- r , 4 , ,, . ,,-. ..4 ' 1 4 f gwfff , , ' e - . .. , -... -. .,.., W . . .....- Y.. . . .WM .-. ,, -,., - . . f.. , , , ' ' ' my N"""'i ' M..-M, , :xref-y--G1 5 A - -M 'T eg,QSzfSr::.Q.e.,1aa me W I J fwwwurx ra 1. MGH Q as ff, ll wif?-T YT C fl Blulw -rv: -., ,xxa x , W , 3 'X i 531' . - S ,fe ,W ' ,. ' A ' . ,ff-9' 1 i,,,::..af Play That Funky Music, Stage Band L L PICTURE ONE: Stage Band Members, are: FIRST ROW - Eddie Gonzalez, Ray- mond Perez, Larry de la Torre, Jose Car- denas, Ernie Rodriguez, Diane Torres, Sarah Edmundson, Gina Paredes, Leticia Lopez, Rosario Campos, Laura Venegas, Richard Morrado and Tita Flores. SEC- OND ROW - Martin Cardenas, Susie Strelitz, Ricky Ayoub, Bernie Carrillo, Steve Ginn, Charles Patterson, Danny Wil- liams, David Vijil and Christine Bostick. THIRD ROW - Bobby Madrid, Raul Si- fuentes, Ricky Campos, Marcos Hernandez, Jay Ramirez, Carlos Perez and David San- chez. PICTURE TWO: Charlie Patterson plays with feeling. 104-Strong Band Steps Lively, fx .11 ...ll Varsity band members are, FIRST ROW- Rosie Campos, Sylvia Martinez, Theresa Levy, Lori Venegas, Helen Salazar, Jean- ette De Anda, Lettie Villareal, Gilbert Perez, Victor De Anda, Kyle Neil, Richard Morado, Bernie Carrillo, Ernie Rodriguez, Diana Torres, Karen Tovar, Marinna Cha- vez, Theresa Ramirez, Nancy Haddad, Inez Barron and Norma Payan. SECOND ROW-Band directors Mr. Jesus Salcido, Mr. Ernesto Alviyar, Drum Majors, David Vijil and-Malanie Rohberts, Saul Gonzalez, Lupe Morales, Arlene Bedoya, Yolanda Alva, Nora Harp, Frances Lovelady, Tita Flores, Martha Clemente Majorettes are Racy Haddad, Sylvia Ortiz, Elma Maser and Susie Ciiaron. THIRD ROW-Susie 72 Unity Serrano, Belen Serrano, Claudia Dwyer, Belinda Roman, Otilia Montes, Cindy Co- lunga, Thelma Badillo, Hilda Dominguez, Sylvia Armendadiz, Gina Paredes, Pat Payan, Annette De la Torre, Raquel Garcia, Elizabeth Torres, Leticia Torres, Letty Lo- pez, Susanna Corona, Sarah Edmonson and Veronica Salcido. FOURTH ROW-Jesus Sanchez Delia Silva, Irene Zamarippa, Mi- chael Kasner, Tony Tafoya, Gloria Domin- guez, Victor Bustillos, Ricky Ayoub, Steve Ginn, Monica Kerr, Natille Davis, Rene Ro- sas, Christine Bostick, Sylvia Patterson, Rosario Campos, Susie Beltran, Amanda Bedoya and Audrey Bedoya, FIFTH ROW-Greg Barron, Robbie Rosas, Rich- ard Roman, John Rodriguez, Raymond Gardea, Victor Valdez, Fernie Campos, Leon Eckery, Charles Patterson, Ramon Perez, Martin Cardenas, Eddie Gonzalez, Larry De La Torre, Juan Fernandez, Wil- liam Kelsey, Roweena Flores, Jose Car- denas, Janet Hartgraves, Fernie Campos and Felipe Zamarippa. SIXTH ROW- Samuel Kupfer, Jeff Skelton, Paul Leslie, Ernie Rodrigu . ' atamoros, Rich- ard Duarte, Douglas Clay, Marcos Hernandez, avid Sotelo, Sammy Dominguez, Jena Johnson, Joy Ferguson, Ricky Ayoub, Carlos Perez, Johnny Vijil, Raul Sifuentes, Inocencio Rosales, and Jeff Gibson. Travels Widely And Entertains Brightly 'A , ..- .sg ,. nn- X P-Ki-... ' ll Q WM Rain, snow, sleet, or hail, the E1 Paso High School Tiger Band was at every Football game performing during the game. The 104 member marching band was directed by Mr. Jesus Salcido and Mr. Ernesto Alviyar. This year the varsity band received a second division rating at the Annual Marching Band Contest at the Sun Bowl. All high school bands from the E1 Paso and Ysleta Indepen- dent school districts participated. During marching season the band practiced every Monday thru Friday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. and sometimes at night from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Such long hours of prac- tice were necessary in order to memorize the music and learn the various kinds of marching rou- tines. During concert season the band played at the feeder elementary schools and gave their annual Christmas concert here at school. They also marched in several pa- rades including the New Years Day Parade. Unity 73 Orchestra: In Tune Q, , I IQ- l 9 Q 5 . I if I el 2 y y f cog, ,X PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Leslie Sohn, Elizabeth Zubiate, Joyce Ward, Ruth Corona, Jose Ramirez, Brian Maddux, Sara Griffin. SECOND ROW-Pat Canales, Judy Gonzalez, Barbara Pope, Rita Baca, Violeta Canales, Arturo Flores, Eddie Frias, Lourdes Ramirez, Jay Butler. THIRD ROW-Vicky Rascon, Becky Hernandez, Yone Juarez, Connie Caire, AMelanie Rob- berts, 'Lettie Villareal, Martha Clemente, Saul Gonzalez, Nora Harp, Yoly Alva, Steve Ginn. BACK ROW- Ricky Campos, Danny Williams, Carlos Garcia, Micheal Kasner, Gena Johnson, Joy Ferguson, Clayton Gu- tierrez, Victor Jordan. PICTURE TWO: Brian Maddux plays a tune on his cello. 74 Unity With The Times s 5 I f I 5 I f l 1 I fl E , l 5 Z f S 11,4 I The Varsity Orchestra was made up of 30 players and was directed by Mr. George Leon. They played at the beauty pageant and present- ed a Christmas concert at the U.T.E.P. School of Nursing. At the contest March 5th they participated in stage orchestra and ensemble. The whole orchestra also competed. Some of their fund-raising pro- jects were bake sales, an enchilada dinner and a candy drive. The money they made paid for their trip to Tempe, Arizona. PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Orchestra Officers, Pat Canales, and Vicky Rascon. BACK ROW: Judy Gonzales, Yofie Juarez, and Ruth Corona. PICTURE TWO: Or- chestra Sweetheart Vicky Rascon. PIC- TURE THREE: Varsity Orchestra mem- bers practice for a spring concert. e B-Orchestra Fzddles Whale They Learn Q v if 1 it fi 2 E 76 Unity The B-Orchestra consisted of 14 members from grades eighth, ninth and tenth. The beginning or- chestra members hope to go on to varsity orchestra. They helped in the candy drive during the spring to raise money for the varsity or- chestra. PICTURE ONE: Dee Agan, Guadalupe Murillo, Virginia Macias, Dana Patterson, Palmira Villanevue, Laura Villanevue, Nancy Menchca, Rebecca Rejon, Sandra Ayala. BACK ROW: Andrew Andow, Jene Chavez, Cody Morton. PICTURE TWO: Mr. George Leon directs the B-Orchestra. A Four Officers Lead Choir Of Forty PICTURE ONE: SITTING-Lisa Chavez, Racy Haddadj STANDING'A1ex Leal, Madeline Howell. PICTURE TWO: Choir sweetheart, 'YRacy Haddadf PICTURE THREE: Choir members gather around Mr. Hawley to practice a tune. PICTURE FOUR: Becky Ramirez, and Sherri Uecker practice their music while Cindy Jacques quietly thinks to herself. 2 p "'--.,-.A 7 I , Q 4 Y . 1 i f R ' Ex ' ! 7 ali W, A Ly gf, I. 1 'Q I x I x Q I Qgf"IZ ' ' ' 3 ' -T, 'Aft :QP A We 78 Unity . Varsity Ch0ir1Sings Out With Enthusiasm I ' 1 Under the direction of Mr. Rich- ard Hawley, the members of choir participated in a concert in Janu- ary, a festival in March, entered competition in April and an Ari- zona State University contest in May. William Fox and Lisa Chavez were chosen all state vocalists. PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE-Madeline Howell, Larry Verbitsky, Lisa Chavez, Tita Flores, James McCoy, Alex Leal, Eloise Gonzalez, Francisco Balasas and Pat Pe- droza. ROW TWO-Pat Garachana, William Fox, Paul Williams, Maria Martinez, Joey Nevarez, Rolf Brown, Sylvia Cano, Racy Haddad, David Sanchez, Joey Haddad, Tim Bowington, Patty Luna, Julia Nunez, Becky Ramirez, Laura Provencio, Iris Kaim, Sherri Uecker, Cindy Berry, Nancy Jo Stevens, Luis Ramirez, Eileen Arre- dondo, Lizette Savedra. ROW THREE-Ar- turo Trillo, Tom Burton, Dennis Hicks, Charles Mitchell, James Jurado and Cindy Aguilar. PICTURE TWO: Busy at work Cindy Jacques takes time out to hum a tune to herself. . 2 S A,-zu. .ve -- MNA ,ff 4935 ' ' fMadrigals 1 Create Top Sounds The Madrigals won first place in the Solo and Ensembles competi- tion. William Fox was nominated by a panel of judges as the out- standing male vocalist in E1 Paso. PICTURE ONE: Madeline Howell relaxes in the dining room. PICTURE TWO: Mr. Richard Hawley, sponsor, looks at pictures, while Rolf Brown stands by. PICTURE THREE: ROW ONE4Rolf Brown, Laura Provincio and Dennis Hicks. ROW TWO- Madeline Howell, Lisa Chavez, Racy Ha- dad and David Sanchez. ROW THREE- William Fox and Alex Leal. N F-.QQ F' afi- x 5 1 f MW! Unity 79 Deadlines Will Keep Us Together A new darkroom, new adviser and new classroom were three ma- jor changes which affected the Spur staff members. Work on the long-sought darkroom began the middle of the first quarter. The staff moved in November from room 312 to a convenient first- floor classroom which adjoins the new darkroom. The staff incorporated a natural, down-to-earth theme in this year's book by eliminating many posed studio photographs and replacing them with candid pictures taken in familiar places. An emphasis on people-oriented pictures rather than thing-oriented pictures domi- nated thepages of the book. :-. Q ff 5 rr ' 421 l 80 Unity 2 I 1 t 'Wm Ln. PICTURE ONE: Yoli Villalobos studies a girls' volleyball page lay-out. PICTURE TWO: Staff assistant Laura Ro- driguez and Editor Andrea Plaza discuss Laura's pottery at an afternoon school work session. PICTURE THREE: Sylvia Ortiz looks at a picture for a page lay-out. PIC- TURE FOUR: Miss Debbie Norris, adviser, listens to a staff member discuss a lay-out problem. PICTURE FIVE: FRONT ROWA- Staff Assistant Debby Kupfer, Ad- viser Miss Debbie Norris, Distinctions Edie tor Emily Blaugrund. BACK ROW - Sports Editor Allen Gilmer, Classifications Editor Belen Fematt, Photographer Jim Schwarzbach, Editor Andrea Plaza, Unity Editor Sylvia Ortiz, and Sports Editor Yo- landa Villalobos. x xx X I is x ,rv ,f im' -is vga 5 Unity 81 We D0 It All For You, At The Pub Room uiymu' Ill 82 Unity 'flff' PICTURE ONE: An overhead view of advi- sor Miss Debbie Norris's journalism desk. PICTURE TWO: Emily Blaugrund reviews a Distinctionslayouts. PICTURE THREE: Andrea Plaza attempts to take a picture of herself without breaking the camera. PIC- TURE FOUR: Carlos Veytia gets very up- set with a camera Creative Arts Encourages Literary Growth Much of the support and contri- bution to the Creative Arts Maga- zine was provided by twelve cre- ative writing class students taught by Mrs. Emily Gunning which is offered second quarter of every year. The magazine contains stu- dents' poems, stories and photos. The members had doughnut sales to help toward the purchase of the Creative Arts Literary magazine. vi -X ,A i,.,,,,.. is ,ji , X:-.Q-n-"' .el PICTURE ONE: Members of the Creative Arts Class are FIRST ROW-Bart Ochoa, Donald Lloyd, Becky Salcido, Becky Mur- rillo, Eloise Gonzalez and Leslie Sohn. SECOND ROW-Terry Calderon, Allen Roth, Laura Bohne, Teacher Mrs. Emily Gunning and Lynn Thompson. PICTURE TWO: Lynn Thompson looks over poems for Literary magazine. PICTURE THREE: Members of Creative Arts class take a break to laugh at a short story. PICTURE FOUR: Terry Calderon reads material for the Creative Arts magazine. I . All The TatZer's Men Consisting of fifteen members and advised by Miss Debbie Nor- ris, the newspaper staff published the Tatler every two or three weeks. First quarter the staff was made up of five members and ex- panded to fifteen members second quarter. Eloise Gonzalez headed the staff the first part of the year and Patri- cia Mares succeeded her. Isha Rod- gers and Laura Rodriguez contrib- uted cartoons to the paper. PICTURE ONE: Art Pastrana listens to one of Miss Norris's lectures, PICTURE TWO: Elva Holguin considers a features page layout for the Valentine's issue of The Tatler. PICTURE THREE: Editor Pat Mares corrects a page dummy. Extra' Extra' Tatler s All About It C O 0 , 1 PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE-Tatler Staff- ers are Dolph Seyffert, photographer, Allen Gilmer, news editor, Doug Cuaron, photog- rapher, and Jim Schwarzbach, head photog- rapher. ROW TWO: Amy Pope, reporter, Rebecca Murillo, reporter, Jenny Shipley, reporter, Debbie Saucedo and Raquel Ro- driguez, reporters and advertisment sales persons, and Sandra Ayala, reporter. ROW THREE-Susie Villardell, advertisement manager, Angie Truman, reporter, Pat Mares, editor in chief, Art Pastrana, sports editor, and Advisor Miss Debbie Norris. PICTURE TWO: Tatler staff mem- bers, Allen Gilmer, Raquel Rodriguez and Debbie Saucedo listen during a staff meet- ing. PICTURE THREE: Becky Ayala orga- nizes class identification cards. "Suicide Drill Teamv Enjoys Taking Risks The Boys' Drill Team competed in four scheduled drill meets this year. Commanded by Col. Steve Sombrano, the drill team was made up of sixteen members and four alternates. Squad Leaders were: first squad, Major Raul Lue- vano, second squad, Major Manuel Ponce, third squad lst Lt. Donald Lloyd and fourth squad, Plt Sgt. Sergio Ponce. The four drill meets were the Burges Invitational, EPHS Invita- tional, Irvin Invitational and, most important, the Annual Revue and Drill Meet in May. According to Sgt. Major Allen Gilmer, "The Ti- ger Drill Team has long been known for its rifle manipulation and the complexities of its move- ments. This, plus a great risk fac- tor in the 'do or die' rifle throwing, has given way to the emergence of the 'Suicide' Drill Team nick- name." PICTURE ONE: Boys' Drill Team mem- bers are FRONT ROW-Raul Luevano and Manny Ponce. SECOND ROW-Mario Li- con, Harven Comer, Chuck Vilardell and Ronald Stubblefield. THIRD ROW-Froy- lan Hernandez, Arturo Perez, Steve Som- brano, Frank Lozano and Allen Gilmer. FOURTH ROW-Miguel Delgadillo, Ramon Nieto, Kenneth Schillinger and Ernie Del- gado. BACK ROW-Donald Lloyd and Ser- gio Ponce. PICTURE TWO: The ROTC Boys Battalion is inspected during DAI in- spection. PICTURE THREE: Manny Ponce and Raul Luevano stand at parade rest during DAI inspection. B6 Unity vw. . We , 1 2-as 1: af if sia vw-W, ff :r:vviw3,iQ. ,, . M-asm-fr. sw' x 51114 3 ill . M., 1. I., v-.i -N,..,,,,,., ,, WW -.J --ag-if f iw: gn: V. s, 1,-A , if .44-5,y.,..:gg Girls Drill Team Uses P -J in? New Steps The Varsity Girls Drill Team was made up of twenty-six mem- bers. Major Rosanna Rosales was the commander. Squad leaders were lst squad lst Lt. Cindee Aguilar, 2nd squad Major Sylvia Almanza, 3rd squad lst Lt. Lupe Reyes and 4th squad Lt. Col. San- dra Hidalgo. There were eighteen new members and eight old mem- bers. Some of the new sequences that the girls did were "ripple present armsf' "knee present arms," "dancing step" and, the most com- plicated sequence, the "CT se- quencef' PICTURE ONE: Edna Arredondo awaits the inspectors during an AFI inspection. PICTURE TWO: Girls Drill Team mem- bers are FRONT ROW-Sandra Hidalgo, Lupe Reyes, Rosanna Rosales, Sylvia Al- manza and Cindee Aguilar. SECOND ROW-Pat Pedroza, Connie Beltran, Eliza- beth Salazar, Charlene Juarez, Edna Arre- dondo and Martha Ituarte. THIRD ROW- Irma Soto, Veronica Contreras, Carolina Campos and Bertha Ramirez. FOURTH ROW-Sandra Porras, Berndette Pedroza, Pat Salazar and Kim Hinojos. BACK ROW-Pat Garcia, Frances Acevedo and Sylvia Delgadillo. -viie K V ,z f,te2iji'j: Q 'lilac -- ,.f Unity 87 RUTC Creates ew Learning Experience PICTURE ONE: Girls Color Guard mem- bers are Irma Duran, Maria Ramirez, Irma Soto, Edna Arredondo and Martha Ituarte. PICTURE TWO: Boys Color Guard mem- bers are Froylan Hernandez, Arturo Flores, William Veck and Chris Aguirre. PICTURE THREE: Rifle team members are Charles Abernethy, Tom Burton, George Ledesma and Frank Lozano. 88 Unity Hidalgo Heads Tigeress Battalion , S Girls Battalion members are: FIRST ROW: Sandra Hidalgo, and Rossanna Rosales. SECOND ROW: Irma Soto, Pat Salazar, Frances Acevedo, Carolina Campos, Edna Arredondo, Sylvia Almanza, Pat Pedroza and Bertha Ramirez. THIRD ROW: Pat Rosales, Lupe Reyes, Cindee Aguilar, Eliza- 1, , 'MW 'EF . yvnvwqwimxf 1-yfquuunwnne -v--'mm beth Juarez, Pat Garcia, Maria Ramirez, Yolanda Villalobos and Pat Garcia. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Betancis, Martha ltuarte, Yvonne Harris, Sylvia Delgadillo, Carmen Valdez, Marinna Parker, Estella Reyes and Irma Duran. FIFTH ROW: Irma Porras, Connie Beltran, Pat Villalobos, Ve- ronica Contreras, Rita Parker, Debra Galle- gos and Alma Ceniceros. SIXTH ROW: Elizabeth Salazar, Kim Hinojos, Patrica Martinez, Martha Valdez, Yolanda Payan and Rosario Chaveria. Unity 89 ,- Sombrano Commands City- Wide ROTC K.- N .' W I i 1 TE "T 'W l K""'P""""""" . -ff WY' 925: - 4 12" rw., ...ff-we M iz If ,W . , , sv s. -,gi if ru.: .N i PICTURE ONE: Boys Battalion consists of FIRST ROW: Steve Sombrano and Raul Leuvano. SECOND ROW: Ralph Valadez, Tom Burton, Charles Abernethy, Javier Flores, Jorge Ledesma, and William Gor- don. THIRD ROW: Ernie Delgado, Eli Gar- 90 Unity cia, Kenneth Schillinger, Ronald Stubble- field, Miguel Delgadillo, William Caffery and Allen Gilmer. FOURTH ROW: Ruben Bernal, Mario Licano, Brian Maddux, Frank Acosta, Gerardo Aguirre and Wil- liam Hocking. FIFTH ROW: Harvey Comers, Arturo Perez, Alfredo Ituarte, Ra- mon Nieto, Eduardo Campos, Robert Ve- lasquez, and John Rodriguez. SIXTH ROW: Jose Sifuentes, Frank Lozano, Wil- liam Villareal, George Hall and Robert Perea. T Officeris Club Plans ROTC Activities -f O X I A .5 1 x f mv. The ROTC Officers Club was PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Lt. Col. Sandra Hidalgo, Lt. Col. Steve Sombrano. Very aoovo tbl? .year lo plannfog SECOND ROW-lst Li. Irma som, Major the Annual Mllltary Bally Which Pat Salazer, lst Lt. FrancesAcevedo, Major WHS 011 DSC!-Ilflbel' 11 at Lamar gylvia Alrllgcanzia, Cari liz Jsarez, glajor ossana 088 es, s t. upe eyes. Sooool' Throughout tho Year the THIRD Row- lst Lt. Esther Moreno, Offlcers Club had many fund'f315' Capt. William Gordon, Major Ralph Vala- ing projects to finance the Military del, lst Lt- Patricia Pedroza, Sgt. Maier B all Bertha Ramirez, Major Raul Luevano, Ma- ' I . jor George Ledesma. FOURTH ROW- 1st Leading the 0ff1C6I'S Club are Lt. Carolina Campos, Sgt. Major Allen f President Lt. Steve Sgm- Gilmer, lst Lt. D0l'l8l-d Lloyd, lst Lt. Maria branog Vice President, Major Raul Ramirez, lst Lt. Cmdee Aguilar, Major , Tom Burton, Capt. Charles Abernethy. LL1eVaI103SergeaI1t at ATmS,M3J01' PICTURE TWO: lst Lt. Cindee Aguilar Manny Ponceg Secretary, lst Lt. gives e Cheerful Salute- Maria Ramirezg and Treasurer, Major Martha Puentes. 2 Distinctions 91 nm.. i Y 1 NJHS Maintains A Average The National Junior Honor So- ciety consisted of 85 members who were in the eighth, ninth and tenth grades. In order to be a part of the club a student needed a 90 grade average, a record of good citizen- ship, service to the school and leadership. They sold candy to raise money. The N.J.H.S. members stuffed en- velopes for the American Heart Association and painted the letters on the field during homecoming week. Induction into the society was during the spring here at school. The officers conducted the induction of seventh-graders at Mesita School. PICTURE ONE: Patricia Licon, Tricha Pithchford and Venessa Ruiz stuff enve- lopes for the American Heart Association. PICTURE TWO: ROW ONE- Patricia Pitchford, Mary Scanlon, Judi Wallace, Adele Burrows and Annette Cordova. ROW TWO-Venessa Ruiz, Laura Smith, Vallerie Gillet, Letty Salcido and Martha Briseno. ROW THREE-Gilbert Tovar, John Cole- man, Steve Lovelady, Christy Cornwall and Patty Dent. ROW FOUR-Joe Motes, Brian Maddux and Charles Arroyo. ROW FIVE- Mr. Carlos Aguilar, Lynn Slater, Steve Campos and Mrs. Frances Cherry. PIC- TURE THREE: Mrs. Frances Cherry has a discussion with her NJHS club members. PICTURE FOUR: ROW ONE-Virginia Lo- pez, Jeremy Ahouse, Ginny Kerr, Monica Rivera, Ann Bohling and Christine Koehler. ROW TWO-Lee Emery, Pam Ta' bor, Pam Grunberger, Belinda Roman, Sandy Hernandez, Kim Strauss and Patri- cia Licon. ROW THREE-Tommy Davis, Sean Briant, Patsy Soto and Cindy Avila. ROW FOUR-Cindy Kelsey, Ben Gonzalez, Oscar Garcia, Paul Leslie and Hiram Ga- lindo. ROW FIVE-Leticia Valdiviez, Cindy Zatz, Denise Neill, Jeff Gibson, Ramon Gardea and James Bell. Unity 93 Caution Genius Passing The members of Senior National Honor Society revised and updat- ed the amendments to the consti- tution which included setting a higher grade point average of 90 for membership, established a maximum amount for dues and generally updated the constitution to comply with the quarter system. To raise money the club sold booster ribbons and donated a poster which decorated the gym during homecoming week. The members also sold candy canes at Christmas and supported the Ju- nior carnival by sponsoring a bake shop booth. PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE: Jamie Fisher, Danny Garcia, Holly Gehring and Janice Maranto. ROW TWO-Carol Jacobs, Viron- ica Campos, Stephanie Carr and Lisa Op- penheimer, ROW THREE-Leslie Hardie, Diane Elliott, Albert Gavaldon and Leslie Sohn. ROW FOUR-Jaime Nanez, John Scanlon, Steve Sombrano and Cathy Good- man. PICTURE TWO: Leslie Sohn observes carefully as the adviser gives club instruc- tions. Unity 94 I Q . s ,MJ H 452343 D E Enhances Buszness Education .1........---.........- -J-'Tw Directed by Miss Hilma Joyce, Distributive Education was a two- hour course which gave students an opportunity to work while going to school. Students went to school the first part of the day and worked in the afternoon in various jobs. The club raised money in var- ious projects such as their annual sale of Homecoming mums, boo- tineers and garters. PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE-Kim Meehan and Mr. Miller. ROW TWO-Dawn Car- uthers, Juan Stockmeyer, Debbie Marcee, Sylvia Burrola, Danny Lopez, Nancy Dav- enport, Isela Solis, Rosario Gutierrez, He- len Gomez, Lisa Brockmoller, Javier Flores, Blanca Ayala, Nora Harp, Alma Rosales and Belen Melendez. ROW THREE-Mike Brothers, Roger Robinson, Ray Ortega, Al- bert Torres and Rosemary Hernandez. ROW FOUR'Laura Bohne and Katherine Shutes. PICTURE TWO: Miss Hilma Joyce discusses student competency re- cords for D.E. Labs with D.E. students. Unity 95 D.E. Provides Working Experience I 1 96 Unity 'Ng-.Q I PICTURE ONE: Isela Solis skims over a D.E. report. PICTURE TWO: D.E. sweet- heart and beau Dawn Caruthers and John Duncan. PICTURE THREE: This is one of the homecoming mums which D.E. sold as fund-raising project during homecoming week. ..l.,.- Y L I. 3 r 1vl1p 29111 ' HI . .4-:. X, U11 ,- ,,a .A .J PICTURE ONE: Olga Nanez and Dawn Caruthers feel the texture of a product sold by D.E. PICTURE TWO: Mr. and Miss D.E. are Alfred Torres and Belen Melen- dez. PICTURE THREE: A mirror reflects a typical D.E. class. Unity 97 VOE Junior Lab Makes Fresh Start The Junior Office Education As- sociation Local Chapter Officers were Patsy Coronado, president and Ronny Welch, vice president. Irma Campos served as secretary, Terry Hernandez as treasurer and Yolanda Villalobos as historian. Cindy Maser assumed the task of sergeant-at-arms. Club members participated in the annual OEA Contest March 11th and 12th at Eastwood High School Candy canes, suckers, confetti eggshells at the junior carnival, booster ribbons, baked goods and merchandise from catalogs were sold in order to raise money to buy OEA patches, pay membership fees, send two officers to a leader- ship conference in Alpine and fund the banquet held February 21 at the Civic Center. 98 Unity PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE-Mrs. Estela Loy, Cindy Maser, Yolanda Villalobos, Ter- ry Hernandez, Irma Campos, Ronny Welch and Patsy Coronado. ROW TWO-Norma Tafoya, Terry Hermosillo, Romelia Oli- vares, Margaret Gill, Belen Fematt, Marina Reyes. ROW THREE-Rosa Ortiz, Sylvia Gomez, Mike Rayas, Cruz Sarabia, Rose Marie Cadena. Irma Soto and Rozzana Natale. ROW FOUR-Becky Ramirez, Letty Hernandez, Trina Barragan, Herlinda Macias, Alma Maser and Susie Martinez. PICTURE TWO-Patsy Coronado, presidentg Ronny Welch, vice president, Irma Campos, secre- tary, Yolanda Villalobos, historiang and Cindy Maser, sergeant-at-arms. X S , ,., Vs ' - VOE students received on-the- job training in office occupations at Fort Bliss, Certified Public Ac- countants, El Paso Radiology, In- ternational Water Boundary Com- mission and other offices. Providing classroom instruc- tions in office procedures, typing, ten key adding machines, electric calculators, mimeograph machine and human relations, the VOE co- operative program prepares sen- iors for lifetime careers in office occupations. Through the Office Education Association, OEA, students have opportunities to develop many leadership skills. Officers for the local chapter VUE Seniors Prove Work Capabilities were Yone Juarez, president, Elma Maser, vice presidentg Mary Helen Molinar, secretary, Rosa Elena Trejo, treasurerg and Mercede Martinez, historian. Members had a banquet in Feb- ruary at the Civic Center. The OEA Contest was held in March. They ushered at the Civic Center on Trans-Pecos Day. They sold balloons at the junior carnival in November, candy ap- ples and Christmas candles. PICTURE ONE: TOP TO BOTTOM, FIRST ROW - David Torres. SECOND ROW - Mary Helen Molinar, Mercedes Martinez, Anita Acosta, Bertha Kell, Mar- tha Puentes. THIRD ROW - Elma Maser, Yone Juarez, Laura Cabello and Laura Gonzalez. FOURTH ROW - Adelina Si- fuentes, Maria Elena Florez and Rosana Rosales. FIFTH ROW - Laura Rodriguez, Pat Canales, and Alicia Rodriguez. SIXTH ROW - Maria Diaz, Maggie Espinoza, Rosemary Murillo and Josie Martinez. SEVENTH ROW - Yolanda Hernandez and Yolanda Calderon. PICTURE TWO: Yone Juarez, presidentg Mercedes Mar- tinez, historian, Mary Helen Molinar, secre- taryg and Elma Maser, vice president. Unity 99 Future Teachers Look 100 Unity Toward Tomorrow Members of Future Teachers of America had many speakers at the meetings. The speakers came so members could get acquainted with the various fields in education which are offered to the prospec- tive teachers. The members had bake sales, messages sales and the biggest project of the year was to sell "Purty Pads" in order to earn money for the State convention in San Antonio. Tlgey served as guides at open house in January. sr. ...K 9 2 2 1 , 1 Y , -.Af-ldj? and Debby Rene Kupfer. T PICTURE ONE: Officers of FTA were: Ro- zanne Natale, President, Debby Rene Kupfer, Secretary, Miss lgatrice Garcia, Sponsor, l iifldistori ' Ricky Vi- lalva, Treasurer an S ir y odson, Vice President. PICTURE TWO: FIRST ROW- Abie Jack Kupfer and Gena Natale. SEC- OND ROW-Susie Perez, Miss Beatrice Gar- cia Rozanne Natale Shirle Hodson ia ROW-Debbie Jette, Bertha Avila, Ricky Villalva, Dolores Chavez, Rosemary Car- dena and Vicky Rascon. PICTURE THREE: Abie Jack Kupfer carefully counts the money from lollipop sales. Era? W? il ,X K X owl O ble 9 L' Nm v-7 X., 'l The number of members of Fu- ture Homemakers of America has gone down from 85 to 12 during the past five years because of the lack of continuity in the quarter system, said Miss Seaney, sponsor. The club sold popcorn balls, baked goods, and they had a Christmas party. The members celebrated National FHA week where they had a different project each day of that week. PICTURE ONE: ROW ONE: Susan Mor- etto, Julie Kell, Yvonne Chavez, Vivian Jor- don and Christy Galindo. ROW TWO: Stephanie Ekery, Pam Tabor and Jackie Jordon. PICTURE TWO: Vivian Jordan smiles after hearing a new recipe. M ex-Am Investigates Culture 102 Unity During the year The Mexican- American Club invited a great number of speakers to their meet- ings. The members sponsored bake sales, candy-apple sales and booths in both the Junior and Spring Fiesta carnivals. Sponsor Gloria Pena said, "Considering the apathy among high school stu- dents, Mexican American Club members are interested, hardwork- ing young people whom I really en- joy sponsoring." PICTURE ONE: Mexican American Club members are FIRST ROW-Christine Koehler, Becky Holguin, Sergio Franco, Joey Arteaga, Arthur Jordan and Abie Ro- sas. SECOND ROW-Sonia Mendez and Denise Mendez. THIRD ROW- Arturo Arias, Robert Olivas, Yviana Aguilera, Stel- la Ortega, Christy Galindo, Vivian Jordan, and Virgina Lopez. FOURTH ROW-Gil- bert Perez, Arturo Gonzalez, Danny Lopez, Adele Coverty, Becky Muela, Adviser Mrs. Gloria Pena, Pat Payan, Cathy Goeldner and Karen Tovar. PICTURE TWO: Sonia Mendez works on confetti eggs for the Ti- gerama in March. 'S "'- 1 3319, . ,. , .4 , . g , K' . 2 vnu- w l Theater Of Arts, Outlet For Talent -J-.,,W I f-""" Q H-. if ,, 1 "The Speech and Drama club is a very fun and educational club," said member Christine Shipley. The members learned how to per- form, and in November they spon- sored a night of one act plays. These plays included "The Apollo of Bellac," "Stranger with Roses," and "The Last Word." The club entered many tourna- ments and almost every member participated. Their sponsor, Mrs. Becker is new at El Paso High. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM ROW: Tim Bowington, Jennie Shipley. MIDDLE ROW: Sylvia Ortiz, Suzie Villardel, Steph- anie Carr, John Cha man, Alan Guard, Carole Campos. TOP : Bibi Salazar, Jose DelValle, Shelly Carr, Mrs. Shirleen Becker, Christy Garcia, K.C. Lerner, Steve Hinton, Tricia Pitchford, Angie Truman, Christine Shipley, Carmen Stubblefield, Gracie Briseno and Lettie Martinez. PIC- TURE TWO: Adolpho Villareal saws wood for a play production set. PICTURE THREE: n and Donald Lloyd repair a chair for a one act play. Unity 103 Art Honor Draws Upon Creativity Although it was a small group, the members gave their time to many art projects for the school, such as the background for the beauty contest, several exhibitions displayed in the cases and painting the football field for Homecoming. "A person is not required to be an artist to join the club." Instead she said, "Be creative and have cre- ative ideas." To earn money for the club, the members sold caramel apples. President Pete Reiquam said, "With a willingness to work, we will learn to appreciate art more. Get into Artf' Art Honor Society members are: SEATED- Debbie Kupfer, Iris Kaim, advisor Mrs. Debbie Hartman, Collen O'Connor. STANDING-Chris Aguirre, Irma Rodri- guez, Lettie Villareal, Nancy Villa, Laura Jackson, James Jurado, Mary Ramirez and Steve Hinton. UP IN TREE-Jenny Shi- pley, Pete Reiquam, Ted Aikman and John- ny Hughes. 104 Unity 5.. ,L .ef I 1 34 45" I I P,,..-'- Artists Show Off If ' Qgwf ' I Many Talents rv ' 'I-X ," rim, . 4. ' ---..4..bA If all n 'un-...- Xa 1 LN- ..., 3 ...pu- Q V't 'Qt f W K PICTURE ONE: Pete Reiquam tries his skill at water coloring in Mrs. Debbie Hart- man's art class. PICTURE TWO: Lettie V illareal adds detail to her painting. PIC- TURE THREE: Iris Kaim and Ricky Mor- ado delve into the medium of tempera. Unity 105 Kalevala Provides Forum For Expression For the first time, Kalevala and the creative writing class combined to produce the literary magazine which was distributed at the end of the year. According to Mrs. Emily Gun- ning, sponsor of the club, the club and the class combined because creative writing was offered only during second quarter. Kalevala members began work on the magazine in September, long before the Creative Writing class began work on the magazine. Kalevala members sold maga- zines for S1 and patron ads to pay for the magazine. They also col- lected and wrote stories for the magazine. Meeting after school on Thursdays, the ultimate goal for members was to enter a writing in a national contest for creative writ- ing. Members wrote stories, poems and shared ideas with the group at the meeting. Sophomore Bart Ochoa's design was chosen for the magazine cover. The theme was Insights-Outlooks. 106 Unity 1, A,., .,.' i"' K ff l if PICTURE ONE: SEATED-Mrs. Emily Gunning and Bart Ochoa. PICTURE TWO: STANDING-Elaine Hirsch, Bertha Avila, Lynn Thompson, Monica Martinez, Leslie Sohn and Judi Hirsch. PICTURE THREE: Cover contest winner, Bart Ochoa, dis- cusses his viewpoints. PICTURE FOUR: Lynn Thompson edits a short story for the Literary magazine. x 'Y xg? , Ss k"s,XXX,NX xjxxx I ,fu , ' XL fi I Q1 4 , s .. r P- -f -f . .X Y K. '--. L. , 'ff .Z , r "-1-Q.. .. - 1, l iqhmf' -'--.-..., -...xwsa -- if W. French Club's Play Receives Fourth Place Placing fourth in the Tourna- ment of Plays, the French club also competed in the speech festival. The play, "De leau sil vous plait,', which was written by french club students, received fourth place among a field of elev- en schools. Fund raising consisted of bake and candy apple sales. French-speaking guests enliv- ened the meetings. Officers were, Partricia Pitch- ford, presidentg Joe Motes, vice presidentg Martha Briseno, secre- tary. PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Chachi Walker, Martha Briseno, Patricia Pitch- ford, Lisa Prendergast, Marcella Saucedo, Monica Rivera, Beverly Brennand, Annette Cordova. MIDDLE ROW- Sonia Mendez, Sandra Cyr. PICTURE TWO: Joe Motes, French Club Vice President, works on a speech for the spring tournament. PIC- TURE THREE: Laura Jackson and Col- leen O'Connor prepare for the annual Mod- ern Languages Tournament during a March after-school meeting. ,-'I X ,:T1w, . Z W -::s16,.'1a- f N, x F. 2 H- Umty 107 Orchesis is the modern dance club. Members were picked by au- dition by Mrs. Mary Ellen Rob- berts, sponsor. The members in the dance performing group were students who have an A average and are top dancers. The club en- tered a Dance concert February 25 and performed for Spring Fiesta April 23. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM TO TOP- Madeline Howell, Deanna Rivera, Michelle Stafford, Lisa McAlmon, Sarah Griffin and Vanessa Ruiz. PICTURE TWO: Madeline Howell and Vanessa Ruiz practice in danc- ing class. PICTURE THREE: Michelle Stafford gracefully concentrates on a dance step. 108 Unity , ...ii "ii L Lettermen: A Chosen Few 5 Y -I PICTURE ONE: Coach Willie Vasquez sponsor of Lettermen's club. PICTURE TWO: ROW ONE-Joe Werthmann, Tony Soto, Arthur Trillo, Frank Armendariz, Charles Mitchell, John Chapman, Joel Gay- tan, John Scanlon, William Kern, Victor Norman and Ricardo Sifuentes. ROW TWO-Tom Valdez, Joey Navarez, Andy Amaya, Mike Hernandez, Andy Olive, Bob Licon, Mark Zimmerman, David Sotelo, Gilbert Perez, Rafael Flores and Louie Gar- cia. ROW THREE-Ray Lueveno, Israel Ad- jemian, Gauthier Gonzalez, Eddie Frias, 1. .ll " mls 2 Frank Sifuentes, Lencho Guillen. Tim Bow- ington, Paul Zacour and Bobby Smith, ROW FOUR-Coach Willie Vasquez, Steve Lujan, Ruben Perez, Robert Hinton, Ra- mon Ochoa, Armando Tarin, Armando Va- ladez, Damon Crossland, Gabriel Ortiz and Coach John Swisher. ROW FIVE-Alan Gonzalez, Pilo Ramirez, Bobby Morales, Danny Flores, Luis Alvarado, Mario Garcia, Ruben Del Toto and Henry D913 Rosa. ROW SIX-Javier Marquez and Oscar Al- varado. PICTURE THREE: Member Tim Bowington smiles with pride. Unity 109 Teen Involvement Counczls Youth Making monthly visits to sixth grade students, Teen Involvement members visited Houston, Lamar, Mesita and Vilas Elementary Schools. "On their visits they talked about values clarification, decision making and communication skills," said Mrs. Yolanda Nesom, sponsor. Students in the Teen Involve- ment Program participated in training workshops at the Educa- tion Center under the direction of Mr. Bob Onich. Training sessions were held once a month before the presentations in order to prepare each student for his presentation. 110 Unity Y ,gi If Visiting Mesita were Emily Blaugrund, Andrea Plaza and Dolph Seyffert. Jay Butler, Cindy Jacques, Iris Kaim, Sherri Uecker, Letti Villar- eal and Terry Zuniga went to La- mar. Attending Vilas were Nancy Davenport and Anna Pimental. Robert Nevarez and Elizabeth Zubiate went to Houston. Donna Nickey went to Houston and Vilas. PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Elizabeth Zubiate, Iris Kaim, Emily Blaugrund, Cin- dy Jacques and Mrs. Yolanda Nesom. BACK ROW-Robert Nevarez and Jay But- ler. PICTURE TWO-Andrea Plaza gives a presentation on values clarification to sixth grade Mesita students. Trainers, M grs Dirty Workers Of all the many unsung heroes here, the hardest working are prob- ably the managers and trainers. The managers duties are to issue equipment and keep scores and stats. The trainers are the medical crew for the team and assist the team doctors. PICTURE ONE: Basketball managers Art Pastrana, Luis Melger and Mike Adjemian. PICTURE TWO: Football Managers Mike Scanlon, Arthur Trillo and Ray Luevano. Trainers Tommy Del Torro, Tim Chapman and Robert Abdou. ff X Unity 111 11 2 Action e l 3-IQ? I X 1.4- 'vnu' Y . 4 J' I f ' 4 ,Q ..'. V 1- " 'r ,A A T s ,W pw fr K ,JJ V N. ,- ,nz ,. "' 15 ., 'Nw f f 'N . . , av., - . . Q' 35, 1 22 .. w . M 'V ig.. 5. ,.I'f7gl'!S2 ' 4" -L . 9 is. Y Spirited Varsity Cheerleaders Top Them .9 ljff'I4, Fifi if KE' -fwfr. 'r JUG :fs I 9 All 4, 'K sy . ?v qi , ta 3 1 , .aah W , A v . . K' K 'f 1 :asv ,ef i - ' A 4,5 1. rl, fi, jf?-fu , 5 We , '5 U' W Q., Qffobi' If 'QRQ' 1 5 "' '-,Lg-,,:,.f it . mit : , ia, .Mm .t m SWIM Q. 6 . A168533 1 gl v' w,,w. i I M fs . W 4 if i 5 is la V,- Y Y x .. lb! '39 xv 5 Q 4 'lx I 5 TE K 'fa 39,1138 vki'21"l.-. v "' ai-A-t M 133 525 xs-TW Jaraiig 7 . JI S A7 N Via? Q, 59 Cindy, Berry, Blanca Espinoza, Janice Maranto, Delia Melendez, l-'at Saleido and Sylvia Zarzosa led the 'l'igers at some of the inost spirited and rousing assemblies in years. 'l'he girls att.euded two camps during the summer to polish their cheerleading skills. 'l'hey attended an Andress camp and a Portales, New Mexico, cheerleading camp. 'l'hey received an excellent ribbon their first day at the Portales Camp and superior ribbons on oth er days 'l'hey also received the spirit award for being the friend liest and most spirited squad. 'l'he cheerleaders brought home t.he newly created National Fheer leaders' Superstar award and the traditional spirit stick. I.isa Uhavez was chosen the mas cot by the varsity cheerleaders and two teachers. l'llf'l'lllil4l UNE: 'l'igei' Mascot llisa 4 'havez helps cheerleaders lead yells at a game. l'lC'l'llHl'I 'l'W0. Varsity cheerleaders con- gratulate fellow cheerleader and reigning homecoming queen Janice Maranto at t.he homecoming assembly. Plt"l'llRE 'l'l'lRl'll'I: Varsity cheerleader Blanca Espinoza waits for her cue during an assem- bly. PICTURE FOUR: Sylvia Zarzosa leads team to victory over Bowie. .-lu l J. V. Takes Top Honors V , f i as Cheering for the girls Varsity sports on Tuesdays, Thursdays some Saturdays and for the Varsi- ty football team during the third quarter, the junior varsity cheer- leaders were Aurora Dominguez, Linda Jordan, Lynn Thompson, Lettie Villareal and Concha Zar- zosa. Being third all-round squad and receiving two first place ribbons and a second place ribbon at the Andress camp, they went on to win two excellents and one superior ribbon at the Camp of Champs at Portales, New Mexico. They also garnered two clean sweep awards and a spirit stick. 1 16 Action ! I. an V ' 1 PICTURE ONE: Lettie Villareal is helped by assistants at the Andress camp during the summer. PICTURE TWO: BOTTOM - Lettie Villareal, Aurora Dominguez, Lynn Thompson. PICTURE THREE: The junior varsity cheerleaders entertain during a pep assembly. 99 ? X ,. ,W B-Team Cheerleaders Spark Excitement ' K .... 5 , "Y . K 7 -N., mn-f ,,, ff . , .4-. . Jv'i:""" A ' 'Z pi' l,:Fk"'l1'w5, vm? L-'H QI., S5 5-'km Irma Acuna, Liz Maser, Becky Salcido, Sandra Saucedo, Elsa Uribe, and Suky Valdez were the B-team cheerleaders. They were awarded a third place ribbon the first day, second place ribbon the second day and a second place rib- bon the final day of the Andress cheerleading camp which was sponsored by the NMSU Aggies. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM - Becky Sal- cido, Suky Valdez, Liz Maser. TOP - San- dra Saucedo, Elsa Uribe Irma Acuna. PIC- TURE TWO: Cheers inspire the crowd at an assembly. Suky Valdez, Becky Salcido, Elsa Uribe and Liz Maser perform. Action 1 1 7 Freshmen Cheerleaders Build Up Spirit ,w 1 .. -' I Q """' X "- - I -au .ag ww 'V' - - - K . .. 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Yn""f:'f41l.?ilf7E7f'4-1?f'.1 fi-EQ' K' 4. if' "1 P-"i5?5'f'3'E is-1if3,"R1'f.::i:: .- -L-.f'..:ifJ5-'-fluffy glii Freshmen cheerleaders were Cindy Barron, Alicia Calderon, Ginny Kerr, Pearl Molinar and Lela Sanchez. They were awarded a first place, two second places and a third place ribbon along with a trophy at the Andress camp held during the summer. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM-Lela Sanchez. MlDDLEaPearl Molinar, Cindy Barron and Ginny Kerr. TOP-Monica Rivera and Alicia Calderon. PICTURE TWO: Ginny Kerr claps on. 118 Action Eighth Grade Led By Bright Cheerleaders Last fall Evelyn Aguilar, Kina Griffin, Gina Natalie, Ida Salcido, Sylvia Torres and Gloria Vargas were selected the eighth-grade cheerleaders by U.T.E.P. cheer- leaders. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM - Gina Nat- alie. MIDDLE - Gloria Vargas, Evelyn Aguilar, Ida Salcido and Kina Griffin. TOP - Sylvia Torres. PICTURE TWO: Gloria, Evelyn, Ida, Sylvia and Gina perform a rou- tine during an assembly. Action 1 19 B-Team Football 5 Freshmen Football o l I uf 'HW KSA L W .wqszygvqaaw 120 Action i , 2144: , '- . ef. Q- 555.15 1 " ' '- .-if-.Ja if 1-f12i!:'T' sz ,. ,Q 1 .5r,,,:, .. N U S ii - 2" . '25, -gs.-,aqui A gf' ..-3 ,. fm., mg., .5 . 52,5 .1 -mqxi . ' .J-, '?L:.gi?:kZ "'4 . 2 . w':u,v,,, ' A 'p, f' A -5' -s ttf? 1' ease? ws... gk A 1' . 1" . an . +c'.2'c,s5iQH: 1 -11 -3 si :5'5-l1'E?f2- E339 . 5 .419 'w' 'E pi f ' 'z 6 4 - I ' ' ' u J L, " ,feat 55' Ji. .A ' ' . m A A, ff ti 0 an I if dit. Y . fn .1 ' 4. ' z'- -A . 4 'P Qzefa5'a55'2 s safiifj 'Stag Y tl r . if Y-fwi4 . . e,' 5 - 1 . , ' 77 , if 4 - DIDHEIBEIFIHID Eighth Grade Basketball Coldwell 22, EP 545 Magoffin 50, EP 435 Crockett 45, EP 515 Ross 42, EP 445 Hen- derson 47, EP 395 Terrace Hills 31, EP 525 Moorhead 31, EP 615 Bassett 26, EP 345 Ross 28, EP 405 Henderson 52, EP 475 Ter- race Hills 53, EP 555 Moorhead 27, EP 435 Bassett 33, EP 36. Girls' Varsity Basketball Andress 44, EP 385 Jefferson 45, EP 415 Burges 31, EP 355 Jesus and Mary 34, EP 475 Burges 29, EP 325 Lydia Patterson 42, EP 365 Coronado 35, EP 375 Austin 47, EP 425 Jefferson 43, EP 505 Irvin 48, EP 535 Andress 49, EP 425 Burges 31, EP 325 Bowie 33, EP 825 Coronado 48, EP 565 Austin 29, EP 475 Jefferson 38, EP 465 Parkland 58, EP 285 Ysleta 46, EP 515 Riverside 45, EP 345 Eastwood 60, EP 405 Ysleta 40, EP 375 Parkland 71, EP 315 Eastwood 72, EP 305 Socorro 37, EP 475 Anthony 39, EP 365 Bow- ie 32, EP 475 Irvin 37, EP 46. Girls' B-Team Basketball Jefferson 41, EP 375 Parkland 38, EP 195 Ysleta 21, EP 345 Riverside 32, EP 215 Eastwood 47, EP 465 Irvin 57, EP 425 An- dress 27, EP 305 Burges 55, EP 435 Bowie 50, EP 435 Coronado 62, EP 505 Austin 46, EP 355 Jefferson 47, EP 445 Irvin 38, EP 275 Andress 34, EP 275 Burges 64, EP 385 Bowie 27, EP 305 Coronado 71, EP275 Austin 45, Girls' 8th Grade Basketball Coldwell 14, EP 275 Magoffin 32, EP 375 Crockett 9, EP 125 Ross 26, EP 205 Hender- son 20, EP 375 Terrace Hills 17, EP 38. Varsity Cross Country Odessa Meet, 1st5 Gadsden Meet, 2nd5 Can- utillo Meet, 5th5 Burges Meet, 3rd5 Bel Air Meet, 5th5 El Paso. Meet, 4th5 District Meet, 2nd5 Regionals, 4th, , Freshmen Cross Country Gadsden Meet, 1st5 Canutillo Meet, 2nd5 Burges Meet 3rd5 Bel Air Meet, 3rd5 El Paso Meet, 4th5 District Meet, 1st. Girls' Cross Country El Paso Meet, 9th5 Burges Meet, 6th5 Canu- tillo Meet, 10th5 District Meet, 5th, Varsity Wrestling Eastwood 44, EP 155 Coronado 30, EP 365 Gadsden 30, EP 225 Burges 65, EP 05 Irvin 41, EP 185 Las Cruces 55, EP 35 Jefferson 24, EP 335 Las Cruces, Mayfield 46, EP 175 Andress 15, EP 385 Carlsbad Tournament, 5th5 City Meet, 4th5 State Meet, 9th. EP 345 Jefferson 51, EP 37. Varsity Volleyball El Paso over Juarez, El Paso over Ysleta, Bel Air over El Paso, Anthony over El Paso, El Paso over Eastwood, El Paso over Burges, El Paso over Andress, Coronado over El Paso, El Paso over Irvin, El Paso over Austin, El Paso over Bowie, El Paso over Jefferson, Burges over El Paso, El Paso over Andress, Coronado over El Paso, Irvin over El Paso, El Paso over Austin, El Paso over Bowie. B-Team Volleyball El Paso over Juarez, El Paso over Ysleta, E1 Paso over Bel Air, Anthony over El Paso, Eastwood over El Paso, El Paso over River- side, Burges over El Paso, El Paso over An- dress, El Paso over Coronado, El Paso over Irvin, El Paso over Austin, El Paso over Bowie, El Paso over Jefferson, El Paso over Burges, El Paso over Andress, Irvin over El Paso, El Paso over Austin, El Paso over Bowie. Eighth Grade l Volleyball A El Paso over Lincoln, El Paso over Crock- ett, Bassett over El Paso, El Paso over Hen- derson, El Paso over Moorhead, Guillen over El Paso, Coldwell over El Paso, E1 Paso over Ross, El Paso over Terrace Hills. Action 121 BB Wins Tiger Tournament The varsity basketball team started their pre-district season by winning the EPHS Invitational Basketball tournament December 4 by beating Amarillo Tuscosa 49- 35. EPHS ran a zone defense the first half but switched to man-to- man the second half because of Tuscosa's highly effective outside shooting. The team held opponent scoring during the tournament down to 35 points, on the average, with 37 points being scored in the cham- pionship game. The team celebrated their first victory after they skinned the Juarez Liebres 63-38. The team then slid by the Ysleta Indians 44- 42 with five seconds left in the game. In semifinal action, the team beat the Parkland Matadors 37-33 following Luis Alvarado's amazing 25 point scoring spree. 122 Action 'Qs-,1r!"' he 2,-f 'Wi- 1 --s -5 V .,...,....a-..---M 2 '-. 5 'YN ,fl IG , l fl 4 X li S i 1-NNT X. TIGERS 3' L E iv' ' '-' 5 L PICTURE ONE: TOP ROW-Mike Adje- mian, Hector Torres, Mando Valadez, Os- car Alvarado, Luis Alvarado, Pilo Ramirez, Joey Nevarez, Tony Saucedo, Javier Mar- quez, Art Pastrana, Coach Truman Wills. BOTTOM ROW-Coach C.D. Jarvis, Jimmy Coverty, Jay Butler, Oscar Torres, Hum- berto Antunez, Charlie Ronquillo, Victor Enriquez, Ramon Ochoa. PICTURE TWO: Oscar Alvarado dunks a shot against the Andress Eagles. PICTURE THREE: Char- lie Ronquillo attempts a free shot. PIC- TURE FOUR: Victorious Tigers celebrate their Silver City tournament win. PIC- TURE FIVE: Mando Valadez goes up for a shot. Action 123 Tigers Take T-Bird Tourney The varsity basketball team won the sixth annual Coronado Thun- derbird Invitational Tournament with a victory over the Riverside Rangers Q46-341 in the Thunder- bird gym. The team went into tournament play by defeating Lydia Patterson Institute 53-25. In semifinal play the basketballers sneaked by the Andress Eagles 55-53. PICTURE ONE: Oscar Alvarado puts up a shot. PICTURE TWO: A tiger runs down the court. PICTURE THREE: Tigers pray for a score. PICTURE FOUR: Charlie Ron- quillo sets up an offense. PICTURE FIVE: Charlie Ronquillo tries to outdodge an op- ponent. PICTURE SIX: Coach Jarvis gives a pep talk to the team. 124 Action 1 '-5 tw 153 ,Wi 'Vi-'51, si' . 1: I ? Q I Q 2 l ' it i ' - I :- if . A AIM! 2 9 It . S' S 2 E i :FW 'T I Q I , -as-. 1 va' 1-4- 1 ........,.W.... ..- -......,..-----...,..,. V"f-L'f-dj' ."-bw' "UHF I S -4 F -nv- f-',wi:w4-L-spgs - no ' Hon nam' 'W A r 22 . Q N, , , J X X r . " A F. N LQPLL ' v 5 ' ef X x 2 ., 365 A ,m 1 M x a J Q! . .dj QM g 'WT' f ' ' -vffgvj . -gg 1 Q -all 1.. 7 .W , , W, TIGERS ' N, 5 W w 1 lJ5'ifZ'fw" . 1 - X' f- -:',-:1i2fi- L. , , L, L,,L Y, .E 'S l ,Q 'Z Ss-, xvfggw as .vi ff, - " 1-"-X ,gf-. ww V vi--.W , we vw-- 'y:v.f. gg? K f,:f:'a1i4wm.bM, L ASQ Action 125 ,MM 3 B-Teamers Take Fourth B team Basketball finished a very good year under the direction of Coach Truman Wills. The B- team ended fourth in district play. The leading scorers were Ricky Briones and Javier Marques. PICTURE ONE: Eddie Duran Attempts a free-throw. PICTURE TWO: BOTTOM ROW - Mario Villanueva, Henry Moreno, Eddie Duran, Bruno Romero TOP ROW: Martin Barragan, Luis Rojas, Don Cop- page, Javier Marquez, Phillip Cervin, Me- lissa Mier, Coach Truman Wills. PICTURE THREE: Don Coppage shoots the ball over a Jefferson opponent's head. PICTURE FOUR: Ricky Briones shows tension in this shot. PICTURE FIVE: Rickey Briones and Luis Rojas block an opponent's shot. ,Nw ,, ff mg E 126 Action fir 'J-X :ug- nv -ffw f 'mira I! H 'ff' 'D - '4- P4: I I Zum . u 4 . x -2 , Action 127 J. V. Shoots For Varsity Freshmen and eighth grade bas- ketball ended their seasons and, at the same time, worked their way toward varsity. The eighth grade squad was under the direction of Coach Bill Rivas. The freshmen team was under the direction of Coach Enrique Orona and ended 3-7 in district play. , o gm. ff'-'i 3-V 2' - ...M r 128 Action -A :fb 6 sl,- W-.',, X4 1 s. 5 X' If ,Q ' Q PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM ROW- Tommy Davis, Victor Hernandez, Mike Martinez, Jose Ribail, Rudy Alaco, Jose Izquierdo, Ja- vier Barron. TOP ROW-Johnny Vijil, Ja- vier Lopez, Felix Adame, Paul Williams, Eddie Lopez, Charles Hart, Raul Sifuentes, Coach Orona. PICTURE TWO: Paul Wil- liams tips the ball to Javier Lopez. PIC- TURE THREE: Javier Flores hopes for a basket. PICTURE FOUR: The Silver Foxes fight over a missed tiger shot. PICTURE FIVE: Joe Izquierdo tries to outdodge a tall opponent. PICTURE SIX: Steve Fierro at- tempts a free throw. PICTURE SEVEN: BOTTOM ROW- Jesse Olivas, Jorge Abrego, Ben Guerrero, Robert Reason, Tony Defoya, Ramona Escapita, Michael Hinijosa, Victor Bustillos. BACK ROW- Coach Rivas, Jose Alonzo, Rene Maldan- ado, Bobby Salazar, Jose Hernandez, Sergio DeHaro, Enrique Vega, Frank Munoz, Juan Zamarippa. PICTURE EIGHT: Tiger De- fense tries to block a shot. Action 129 Girls' Varsity Ends Season Second In Dzstrzct Capturing second place in the 1- AAAA District with an overall re- cord of 6-1, the tigeresses leaped into second place in the first Lydia Patterson Invitational Tourna- ment, held January 9. Team mem- bers deservingly earned all district titles. During the Lydia Patterson Tournament Estella Tarin round- ed up the all-tourney foward title. Rita Alvarado captured the title of all-tourney guard. District Title members were Es- tella Tarin and Anita Solis: Patri- cia Torres and Lulu Chavez re- ceived honorable mentions. Coach Frances Foreman headed the "ben-gals" to their second place victory. Andress took first place. 130 Action PICTURE ONE: STANDING, Mrs. Fran- ces Foreman. SEATED are Sarah Saucedo, Patricia Torres, Anita Solis, Lulu Chavez, Bertha Murillo, Ceci Norman, Rita Alvar- ado, Sandy Hernandez, Herlinda Macias, Luz Corona, Debbie Dixon, Ana Mares and Lupe Rodriguez. PICTURE TWO: Pat Torres looks out for a team member. PIC- TURE THREE: Basketball players closely guard an Austin opponent. PICTURE FOUR: Ana Mares shoots the ball with hopes of its being a successful shot. PIC- TURE FIVE: Austin players attempt to reach Estella Tarin. PICTURE SIX: Ana Mares shoots the ball while the opponent tries to block it. wr-V+--vq .Q '1 9 9 1' Y Q ,, wa: in y 1 , i A- . , l 1 'U mn I is 1 wk I ? 1.- .1 55 ,wr-, rf x I A h., .......m... Mx , - ,I 4: 1 5 . ,ff -A' A LWV, af' 'P 4 N Actlon 131 wi B-Team Encounters Tough Competition B-Team basketball players hit hard ground after meeting tough competitors. They ended their sea- son with an overall record of 4-16. PICTURE ONE: Martha Macias, Veronica Medrano, Rosie Perez, Terry Muriga, Dolo- res Almares, Debbie Fierro, Barbara Araujo, Hilda Hernandez, Cindy Avila, Es- tela Ortega, Martha Cardenas, Bertha Cal- dera, Lorraine Hernandez, and Rosa Perez. PICTURE TWO: Lorraine Hernandez ca- tiously dribbles her way past the Austin opponent. PICTURE THREE: Martha Cardenas seeks out a receiver. 132 Action 1 l W 'k v , , ,Indy -aa af . --""f 1:2 -5 ' S- if -'- ---.Ng ,'-, ,.'fg,r:f'3uw 'K , ,, sf , 5' P "turn:- .rf A ,wwf flt af t,:.:: J 5 if-, Q . - ggi : s 2 T V -3' R I H I7 - -. I Tigeresses Finish Season In Third Place The eighth grade basketball team which was directed by the Coach Kevin Sherlin completed their season with a record of 9-4, placing them in third place in dis- trict play. 2 I 2 II I I I PICTURE ONE: Coach Kevin Sherlin deeply studies the techniques used by an- other basketball team. PICTURE TWO: FRONT ROW-Gloria Vargas, Gladys Mendoza, Virginia Macias, Gloria Dominguez, Eva Salcido, Nora Villa and Terrie Galindo, scorekeeper. BACK ROW-Letty Chaparo, Lupe Murillo, Alicia Herrera, Cynthia Hernandez, Letty Lue- vano, Linda Arce, Sylvia Torres and Evelyn Aguilar, Manager. I I ll I I ll I 51: Q 'N-.1 Action 133 Gridders Third In Hard Season Varsity gridders enjoyed a rela- tively good year this year in dis- trict competition. Before they be- gan their district season, they played three non-district games, losing all three. The tigers won a scrimmage against Ysleta however, to help mellow their other defeats. At the homecoming game, the ti- gers won their first game along with their first district game. They beat the Andress Eagles 18-13 to open the season on a good note. The gridders lost the second game against the Coronado T-birds with a score of 28-8. EPHS could not be kept down for long however, and demonstrated their recuperative ability by defeating the Bowie Bears 7-0. After this defeat, the Bears went straight downhill to end their season in obscurity. They kept up their juggernaut by defeat- ing the Irvin Rockets 20-14. The next game stopped varsity dead in their tracks however. The Burges Mustangs easily ran over the Ti- gers 51-6. Dissappointed, the varsi- ty bengals lost to Jeff with a dis- heartening 14-13 loss. The grid- ders went on to end the season by losing the claw to Austin during El Paso's first snowstorm of the sea- son with a score of 23-15. 'ffiyiffl--"f.fjf f , PICTURE ONE: TOP ROW-Manager Art Trillo, Raul Aguilar, Andy Amaya, Joel Gayton, John Chapman, Sergio Delgadillo, Mike He y Morales, Israel Adjemian, Jorge Herrera, David Dean, Tom Curlin, Ruben Perez, Carlos Perez, Coach Enrique Orona, Coach Hector Munoz. MIDDLE ROW-Ray Luevano, Eddie Frias, Tony Soto, Jaime Romero, Frank Si- fuentes, Damon Crossland, Lencho Guillen, Steve Lujan, Bobby Smith, Gilbert Perez, Mario Garcia, Hector Muela, Alan Gonza- lez. BOTTOM ROW-Mike Scanlon, Tom- my Valdez, Art Reyes, Gustavo Franco, Nick Bowington, Tom Bowington, Charles Mitchell, Guardy Gonzalez, Mando Vala- dez, Tom Koehler, Manny Moreno, Coach Willie Vasquez PICTURE TWO: Alan Gonzalez, Mando Valadez, Damon Crossland and Frank Si- fuentes ready to attack the opponent. PICTURE THREE: Coach Swisher and trainer Robert Abdou giving attention to Damon Crossland as the opponent looks on. Www 134 Action I MI WM p 1 , -Q55 Q 1 ' A .fn SW L 'wf-Q--.-.-ux-., 'Sp K , jK'P-g-'ex-5 X, f ., -. . -af.-pw--' Nr-f . , ,- 4 ' .M U. f +5 f swf W . vu, -,4,.,v- -4243. 1, V . ,V maj, 1 .,-Q. ,Wfwaq . ,.,,,Y MX A U V., . . ,,W, MH '.0f ,ff's"Yvi.'1, iffy 'ia' 5 A ,. .M ., , A vi , sa, A W Qi-Q .' .,4V V, "H -". -- f ,'A af, "4 '11 I X " ' , 4,-xv I ' ,x .,, , Q Ja' .vi : 4"'s0w.- '- -vi L' ' mn - V A , L ' Eyed V 2 W' L if , ,A V ,f Action 135 District IAAAA Good To Tigers Varsity football opened their season in 1AAAA this year with a lot of peope predicting a bad year for the Tigers. Indeed, these prophecies looked true before the Tigers began district play. The Ti- gers began district by first defeat- ing the Andress Eagles. The Tigers were stopped by the Coronado T- birds with a 28-8 loss. The Tigers did not let this defeat get them down however, and proved this by defeating the Bowie Bears, thus breaking the Bears undefeated rel cord. It was straight downhill for Bowie after that game and to a lesser extent for the Tigers. Three losses and one win closed the sea- son with the Tigers in third place. PICTURE ONE: Tiger offensive line rea- dies itself to hit the Burgess defence. PICTURE TWO: Sergio Delgadillo looks worried. PICTURE THREE: Rusher Damon Cross- land takes the ball from Mando Valadez. PICTURE FOUR: Varsity cheerleader Cin- dy Berry looks with anticipation to the next play. 136 Action cf W. 1 ' l sf --if A 7 t. Z,,f 'N . -A ff. - ,, , L 14' -.4 -wg 'gags' I , - o ggsw l T if M uxavl 4 4... K .ag " 3- I V -W--V, 'if.,ff we ,l h YQ 4' :5',:x,i-.wtvg wif. Q W 5, NX . as - so vm. . , ,A . ...A . , W f A L J, . 1 ::ybi,,M .M . , , ,JM -4' -' sk- f ,W , , ' ?1 9 .Pm . 3 e f 'fad . "W 'M 1, rg .,f,s:.,-ml. wi - , , In f. ly We ,A L f ,':'-ff- 2' - i:'e"i" , r.. -, , gfqwwafkf' vfe N s f Jr. "J 'Q ' ' I . -- e ww., ff E' fx ' I Ut. gg: 4-5 . ,, J ' 'ff . 'fl-. . . .ig""f., - -i'?f,tf'! 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El Paso's good players were given places in all-district, illustrating the outstanding team we had this year. PICTURE ONE: Rusher Damon Crossland tries to break a Coronado attack with help from Andy Amaya and Jaime Romero. PICTURE TWO: Andy Amaya attacks Coronado player. PICTURE THREE: A Tiger pileup on a Coronado ball carrier. PICTURE FOUR: Tom Koehler and Gus- tavo Franco go into a game. PICTURE FIVE: A ref runs in after a Tiger defensive play. Action 139 JV Gridders Varsity-Bound B-Team football readied them- selves this season for next year on varsity. To be on varsity, a person must play one season of JV foot- ball. The 76-77 season did not go very well for the JV gridders who won only two games throughout the season. However the bitterness of earlier defeats were wiped out by their two wins against Burges and Coronado. PICTURE ONE: TOP ROW - Coach Schmulbach, Muskie Segoviano Ricardo Carbojal, Victor Bustos, Peter Martinez, Carlos Ibarbo, Juan Duran, Tuffy Cleve- land, Tony Molina, Valentin Sarellano, Larry Alvarado, Tony Jurado, Roberto Sanchez, Tony Salazar, Coach Wills. BOT- TOM ROW-Manuel Gardea, Henry Moss, Joey Haddad, Stanley Matthews, Francisco Guerrero, Joe Roberts, Rudy Torres, Kiki Hernandez, Luis Ramirez, Luis Flores, Beto Saucedo. PICTURE TWO: B-Team gridder tries to outdodge an opponent. 140 Action -- me -s ' h tif' 51,2 I , f ig .ig , ' T 55? Alf X ,44- ,Q-J ff SF' O ,Q J s s f-+ s 'cfvow we-ty yn K li ' -f -:asv 2 K K, - fn... Q g -41' l Nowhere Else To Go But Up Eighth grade football ended their season by winning two games. This years squad practiced after school in the small football field. PICTURE ONE: Leon Gegorian attempts to rush for some additional yardage. PICTURE TWO! TOP ROW- Jesse Reyes, Coach Revas, Felix Macias, Adrian Nanez, Jose Berumen, Steve Adjemian, Victor Guallordo, Tued Muller, Lenny Marcus, Coach Audato. MIDDLE ROW- Leon Ge- gorian, Ben Guerrero, Angel Moreno, Jaime Chacon, Jesse Olivas, Frank Munoz, Louie Lozano, Chad Hood, Juan Puga. BOTTOM ROW- David Lepe, Arturo Garcia, John Herrera, Ruben Lopez, Ramon Escapita, Justin Roby. 1 x , . if Ill ' ff? 4 w WB' 1411 M90 . - Action 141 M.-f" 'NS' 142 Action K. X 3 xi' i Y. y ,si 4. ' - Tennis Does Doubles-Duty The tennis team was over-all a younger team than groups in the past, according to Coach Brian Gil- ley. Several outstanding players boosted the team but the group lacked depth, he said. PICTURE ONE: Bobby Gonzalez wel- comes a forehand with relish. PICTURE TWO: FRONT ROW - Bobby Gonzalez, David Rathbun, Steve Hoy, Jimmy Wade, Jamie Fisher, Anabelle Montoya, Frances Lovelady. MIDDLE ROW - David Aboud, Joy Ferguson, Erin McKinney, Carrie White, Roberta Bargman, Holly Gehring, Jackie Weiner, Carol Jacobs, John Corbin, Oscar Ontiveros. BACK ROW - Craig Ly- ons, Shawn McKinney, Dino Chiechi, Steve Lovelady, Sergio Montoya, Robert Abdou, Laura Scott, Terrilia Elias, Isha Rogers, Coach Brian Gilley. PICTURE THREE: David Aboud takes a serve on home. PIC- TURE FOUR: Craig Lyons waits his turn to join a run-around during an afternoon work-out. PICTURE FIVE: Jimmy Wade lobs the ball over the net. Action 143 PICTURE ONE: Carrie White returns a lob during practice. PICTURE TWO: Steve Hoy starts to laugh after winning a point. PICTURE THREE: Annabelle Montoya returns a drop shot as Roberta Bargman waits for her chance. PICTURE FOUR: Os- car Ontiveros uses his backhand while warming up before a game. Ti e W gf- frg2gav"f: :Z-Z ,fiwf , - f 1 4- 'f'-I5fT-w'- iz , v Mgt,-neg?'g, :- -x:"C7i's"'7 E if? 'figif . 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Q VW' I 1 vir' 7 I 1' , X4 V C334 iff? as ,," ' f I I A .R elr Ei' - I iff rj, is Q Y 4 Z Y Y , 'Y ,Q yx X ' Jri' be - , 3 rv? fgfiifzf,2?'3fT'Qf?5QZigK.w26g2Qfrigfff-X34 XX 4 I 'Y MX' X114 Y xi X lv - YUVWX 14 il! xfx 1 . . 1X 144 Action 1 1 g ' uma' Tennis Nets Winning Season vga, . J ff -5:4 , Ni 1 if ' A ' " ... . ,, ' ' Fr " X' ' . 11 3 gg ., V ,N ,... it , . vs Hn, YA 1 - -ff' , 1 V' 'xy - R ..- 9 ,W - I I-1 'f ' , 'gs-..,,?.-If. 1 " - A ff A A Y- . K '- , 'fl Q ,. K 4. vs H " R in , r I 3' it-I-19 r x 3 X C . ' I ,., iq.-I-a'r1 I .l 'X Z , N A ' as -T 'E W I. 4. b jf . 5. X , A W .4n-- ,. X ex v - N3 -1 A B Q 'f ,-, t x K 7+ Ft ,1 I f , ., .-' W ' H 4 "f"- 7x f 9 I X 3 1,,x,k'x 9 ' it I f "4- 1 f X . - if gh .. 3 A 1 f V,.e:,je., . J - S' f ., .,, f-ii I : ., if 'El' ' ' 'I 3 E inquire. I . I f,"'f 5 r'fw'1,1, f,L:' L Ln 1 PICTURE ONE: Charles Arroyo tries to anticipate his opponenfs serve. PICTURE TWO: FRONT TO BACK - Top Six Girls Francis Lovelady, Holly Gehring, Terrilia Elias, Jamie Fisher, Laura Scott, Carol Ja- cobs PICTURE THREE: Top Six Boys Sergio Montoya, Shawn McKinney, Steve Hoy, Oscar Ontiveros, John Corbin, David Aboud 3 A V Action 145 LL 146 Action . Q." :A 1 V 41-3 :' f Rs.- .X x ,...g , ,J 8... Nw., -IAQ .-.-J--X-N-"W+" Matmen Wrestle Against Considerable Opposition in ,ff Varsity and B-team wrestling team members enjoyed a good year under the direction of coach John Swisher. The teams had the best record they have had in two years with the varsity team ending with 4-4 record and the B-team ending with a 3-5 record. Varsity did well in state competition by winding up in tenth place, the second highest place by an El Paso school. The members of the team who went to state were Senior Frank Arman- darez, Sophomore Steve Campos, Senior Danny Flores and Senior Charles Mitchell. The team captains ths year were Danny Flores and Charles Mitch- ell. PICTURE ONE: An opponent demon- strates his version of "Face-masking" to- ward an opponent. PICTURE TWO: B- team, BOTTOM ROW-Bobby Kinsey, Vic- tor Bustos, Danny Tarin, Carlos Hernan- dez. TOP ROW-Rene Escandon, Jaime Compian, Kiki Hernandez, Carlos Ibarbo PICTURE THREE: Moses Centena wres- tles to win. PICTURE FOUR: Varsity wres- tling, BOTTOM ROW-Shorty Gomez, Fer- nie Mora, Blake Alvan, Danny Macias, Mo- ses Centena, Danny Flores. TOP ROW- Juan Duran, Steve Campos, Luis Ramirez, Camillo Martinez, Charles Mitchell, Frank Armandariz, Lorenzo Guillen. PICTURE FIVE: A tiger grappler reaches for an oppo- nent. PICTURE SIX: Charles Mitchell is declared winner. Action 147 Junior Varsity track began their season under Coach Dan McKillip and Coach Rudy Licon. The pur- pose of Junior Varsity track was to train the members so they can be- come varsity members. The Junior Varsity also competed in local track meets. PICTURE ONE: Jorge Villarreal winds up before a shot put. PICTURE TWO: BOT- TOM ROW - Ricardo Cortez, Robert San- chez, Arturo Flores, Luis Ramirez, Joe Flo- res, Guillermo Velasquez MIDDLE ROW: Coach Rudy Licon, Chuck Etheridge, Jesus Saldana, Carlos lbarbo, Raul Herrera, Er- nesto Vasquez, Gerald Carbajal, Coach Danny McKillip TOP ROW: Rudy Molina, Jorge Villarreal, Francisco Guerrero, Dan- ny Esquivel, Camillo Martinez, Rudy Torres, Armando Gallegos Ifslll ll K J B-team 07' 'i 'viii ,gag ,K rg ' , -' www., .W si we ..--f , :NHT QU? Ll-u if-when f-1-A EiE.!5!H1'1?J5iiF55 if WTQWZ SSISPFMNWQEHEI 'itiiiiiiiigxifzii T3 3!EI?l55Z1'lS"Js?5E5E'5?5'S?C?? N 55535155 553251 EERE! HBKBN lllll lllll lllll Running Takes Pride And A Good Stride i --..,r.. A T' ua l. P Q , Af he sf l PAS H'iE'i 1 A V327 A rv k Nw a 's if 1 The Varsity track team ended its season under the direction of Coach Dan McKillip and Coach Rudy Licon. The track team was very well reinforced with several members from last year's track team. John Scanlon, Victor Nor- man, Tuffy Cleveland, William Kern, Robert Hinton and Joe Werthmann were outstanding members. PICTURE ONE: BOTTOM ROW - Ar- turo Rosas, Gilbert Perez, Mario Garcia, Eddie Rojas, Joe Werthmann, Augustin Puga, Richard Nicholson. MIDDLE ROW: Rocky Villalva, Valentine Serrano,vJohn Scanlon, Ricardo Segoviono, Allan Gonza- lez, David Sotelo. TOP ROW - Coach Li- con, Joe Roberts, Victor Norman, William Kern, Robert Hinton, Joe Lopez, Andy Ol- ive, Coach Danny McKillip. PICTURE TWO - Eddie Rojas, Muskie Segoviano, Robert Sanchez, Gilbert Perez and Ricky Villalva work out. Action 149 Frosh Sprint To Varsity This year freshman track team was under the direction of Coach Hector Munoz. Coach Munoz has worked extensively to give the frosh team a strong showing at lo- cal track meets. The eighth grade team was under the direction of Coach Skip Schmulbach. ,Ai 2 X , .5 gk- vig, .- ,gm 150 Action X5 . W' if ' an C g-N F iw Eighth-Graders Begin Long Haul lr fl 'Rx -W-iv - "dx Q x ..,,:.. Y 1. 1 ivvfi I 4 "'?+ I, o .f Q, -- - Y 1-z - 1. 'b3s.:sL.-.,ie kiS' ..s.m.a N e I ' g- .Lv ' 5' fav-Q13 -IVinl'lth12- fx I ' " ' -' 'Sf' ' ' ,- V- - iA,4-- :jf 15.-Y.,.'?A.'?33 1,2 V ,J r ,,-. g--, j. Lev" tx' fr ' 'JW' rg,-,.-glvqffgq U -.,L... . -. .. 27' Ns ' , 7 ful PICTURE ONE: Eddie Rojas hurdles to the finish line during a February work out. PICTURE TWO: BOTTOM ROW - Fer- nando Campos, Arturo Diaz, Justin Roby, Trey Burke, John Herrera, Ricardo Lopez, Robert Maser, Connan McClure, Gilbert Salazarno, Carlos Saucedo MIDDLE ROW - Greg Barron, William Rivera, Luis Lo- zano, Richard Gosseck, Juan Puga, John Klinkinberg, David Guillen, Arturo Garcia, Jeff Skelton, George Chavez, Robbie Rosas, Jose Herrera, Alberto Maldenaldo, Francis- co Alonzo, Jose Diaz. TOP ROW - H. Her- nandez, Victor Bustillos, Jose Berumen, Victor Gallardo, Robert Valle, Art Yanez, Javier Hernandez, Steve Adjemian, George Rosas, Jesse Reyes, Victor Venagas, Robert Moreno, Ricardo Orozco, Jaime Chacon. PICTURE THREE: Joe Roberts puts the shot. PICTURE FOUR: Carlos Ibardo races a friend. PICTURE FIVE: BOTTOM ROW- Joe Arteaga, Carlos Cabello, Gabe Hinojos, Joe Thompson, Louie Diaz, Richie Pena, Oscar Garcia TOP ROW-Stephen Fierro, Robert Perez, James Bell, Ernie Ruiz, Ricardo Guerrero, Johnny Vijil, Tom- my Davis, Coach Hector Munoz. Action 151 "TFL Q . , x X e 4 Sprinters Strive For Perfection T 1- , ,.,,,,..- . ,ty f .,-: 1 -- '21 7' 7-1 A-ip. 'K x Xt, D- W M..-' .-.mg 5, Wai? L V .p, ,Qi :,..,gf' I -,- ,- " , is-1 ' . v- . 152 Actlon ? 'Q we Consisting of 24 members, five of them being returning Letter- men, the track team was directed by Miss Irene Araiza and Mrs. Frances Foreman. PICTURE ONE: Sprinters' spirit runs on. PICTURE TWO: Martha Sotelo and Letty Garcia jog around the stadium stairs. PIC- TURE THREE: Maggie Nanez slowly works out. PICTURE FOUR: MariAnne Blankenship awaits the sound of the gun. PICTURE FIVE: ROW ONE-Susie Ser- rano, Martha Sotelo, Maggie Nanez, Susie Stapleton, Becky Salcido and Nancy Pet- terson. ROW TWO-Liz Maynard, Mari- anne Blankenship, Lupe Rodriguez, Letty Garcia, Kathy Barno and Nancy Villa. ROW THREE-Julie Rivera, Bertha Cal- dera, Margarita Solorzano, Lourdes Ra- mirez, Debbie Dixon and Mary Jean Acosta. ROW FOUR-Coach Frances Fore- man, Veronica Medrano, Elsa Uribe, Mar- tha Macias, Beatriz Salazar, Loretta Gala- viz, Maria Gonzalez and Coach Irene Araiza. J' Action 153 Swimmers Plunge Ever pward The swim team improved vastly over last year with more than twice as many swimmers on the team as last year. Swimmers from every grade joined the team. The team took on some heavy competition as they swam against Coronado, Burgess, Andress, Eastwood, Jeff, Bel Air, Irvin and Las Cruces. They also swam against other teams from Midland and Odessa. Aside from swimming against other teams in E1 Paso, the team competed in the Texas Tech Invi- tational. The team competed against teams from all over the state. Some of the best swimmers from the team also went to the Amarillo Invitational. Bobby Smith and Bob Licon went to regionals to represent the team. Smith swam the 50 free- style and Licon swam the 100 but- terfly. After practicing with the Austin High Swim team at the YMCA Monday through Friday for two quarters of school, the team fin- ished with a good record. PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Judy Ca- savantes, Vicky Campos, Amy Rivera BACK ROW- Coach Bantston, Terry Cal- deron, Rita Casavantes, Cheryl Swofford, Amy Pope. PICTURE TWO: Cheryl Swof- ford ends a race. PICTURE THREE: Bot- toms up. PICTURE FOUR: FRONT ROW- Ernie Portillo, Robert Davenport, Enrique Bustamante, Mike Tomar. BACK ROW- Coach Bantston, David Licon, Bobby Smith, Dan Bustemante, Bob Licon, Gabri- el Ortiz, Tom Koehler. PICTURE FIVE: A swimmer grasps downward. 154 Action 4 ' I , A .111 'ik'- . e' . 5 . 3 M r . f 1 f t Z5 4 5 4. ,EH ' Q4 ! Action 155 Cross Country Runs Far And Wide This season was the first time girls ran on the cross country team. Varsity Cross Country took second in district by placing fifth at the Canutillo Invitational Cross Coun- try Tract Meet, first at the Las Cruces Invitational, third at Burges Invitational, fourth at the El Paso High School Invitational and fourth at regionals in Abilene. The girls varsity team took fifth in district by placing tenth at the Canutillo Invitational, fifth at the Las Cruces, seventh at the El Paso Invitational and ninth at Burges. Freshman cross country runners took first place in district competi- tion. The junior varsity team took fourth place in district. Victor Norman placed second in district, eighth at regionals and eighth at state competition. Debra Dixon took place at regional competition in Abilene. David Sotelo placed at regionals, Tini Puga placed and Ricardo Sifuentes placed. PICTURE ONE: Joe Werthmann, Arturo Flores, Joey Espinola. ROW TWO-Coach Denber, Ricardo, Sifuentes, Rafael Flores, Victor Norman, David Sotelo, Coach McKillip. PICTURE TWO: FRONT ROW-Richy Pena, Carlos Cabello, Skipper Thompson. BACK ROW-Coach Denber, Ernesto Ruiz, Johnny Vigil, Gabe Hinojosa, Raul Sifuentes, Tommy Davis, Coach Dan- ny McKillip. 156 Action Jwcwhe f .was-., kai' 'IW-f ' -rs' K wc... ef' nswyiix D I I , 4 . , I Li 4-.- . "JL " ,f. . . I 'tg' --Q 55" fgw 5 1 xi iq .fi -A 435256 gg.- N .. A W-, PICTURE ONE: Girls Cross Country run- ners work out. PICTURE TWO: FRONT ROW-Guillermo Velasquez, Pedro Castor- ena, BACK ROW-Rick Villalva, Raul Mar- tinez, Bobby Valdiviez. PICTURE THREE: David Sotelo and Victor Norman practice their skills. PICTURE FOUR: Ri- cardo Sifuentes runs his last quarter-mile. PICTURE FIVE: Girls Cross Country team, FRONT ROW-Maggie Nanez, Mari- anne Blankenshire BACK ROW-Irma Acuna, Maria Gonzalez, Debbie Dixon, Lo- retta Galaviz. QQ x ll 1 11? alike- i 'ft on t .Lf-ii- -li-in "'Xx..- -TS? S4107 Qs- ,gr - , -5? ' ':'1'fT's-- f" . . ,g , -.-N , . Action Returning Nine Define Tiger s Season Q5 f Q M MWF' Q"1"?'-ak-.Q 'Q ' ..., . A g fl H ' Q as f 571 it 43?-5 E . A M, .--Q.,,,,,, The varsity baseball team began its season with nine returning let- termen. The starters this year were Andy, Amaya, Damon Crossland, Henry De La Rosa, Ruben Del Toro, Ramon Morales, Frank Si- fuentes, Art Rodriguez, and Ernie Gonzalez. The team captains were Damon Crossland, Henry De La Rosa and Frank Sifuentes. "We have improved our game from last year and we should have a better defence then last year." said head coach Ken Moorehead. The pitchers were Andy Amaya, Damon Crossland, Ruben McGurk, Ramon Morales, Art Ro- driguez and Danny Holguin. Action PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Louie Flo- res, Arturo Rodriguez, Frank Sifuentese, Ernesto Gonzalez, Ruben Del Toro, Ramon Morales. MIDDLE ROW-Coach Ken Moorhead, Danny Holguin, Damon Cross- land, Ricardo Sifuentes, Ruben McGurk, Jose Mendez. BACK ROW-Ralph Flores, Andy Amaya, Sergio Delgadillo, Fernie Lo- pez. PICTURE TWO: Margaret Gill base- ball sweetheart. PICTURE THREE: Fer- nie Lopez reaches under Andy Amaya to touch base. PICTURE FOUR: Tury Rodri- guez puts all his effort into the swing. PIC- TURE FIVE: Frank Sifuentes throws away. PICTURE SIX: Ruben McGurk tags Ra- mon Morales at home. PICTURE SEVEN: Richard Sifuentes hauls a mat to practice. Q, vi A Action 159 Varsity Strikes The Big Time PICTURE ONE: Damon Crossland tries to force Henry De La Rosa off base. PIC- TURE TWO: Andy Amaya waits eagerly for the ball. PICTURE THREE: Ralph Flo- res attempts to catch a fly ball. PICTURE FOUR: Ernie Gonzalez rushes to base as Richard Sifuentes tries to stop him. PIC- TURE FIVE: Mando Tarin takes it easy before an afternoon work out. if 1 K Q -ina- af 3.2 X. "' - f hs 160 Action sy, 1 M"'+ 1'. .- as-I-1' B-Team Baseball: A Hit In Time Saves Nine PICTURE ONE: Fernie Mora perfects his throwing during an after- noon workout. PICTURE TWO: Coach Baker talks to a few boys before the game. PICTURE THREE: Mitchell Orndorff works on his pitching. PICTURE FOUR: Coach Baker gives his team a pep talk. A L I. .5 Q ,V ,L ,wi 5, O ,. I ,mi Q, 5 i O . 3, g., v i iss Action 161 B-team Baseball Players Beat A Path Home it -. bn B-t few v on th and 1 varsi rectio PICT Terran Gonzal Doug Orndor Salvad TURE chance 162 Action earning in an effort to make ty.r The team is under the di- URE ONE: FRONT ROW-Coach ce Baker, Antonio Battah, Antonio Jurado, ez, Benny Salazar. BACK ROW- Davidson, Arturo Portillo, Mitchell or Cervantes, Paul Alaniz. PIC- u if , . V I M ' ,jn,9su.:4swm, 'Ili' Ji X WM. Wand nm F fmyrgurul l r Mg 1 Wiiitflg liar' 1 3 eam started its season with a eteran baseball players, but f ' 1 , e whole, the team was new n of Coach Terrance Baker. Blake Albin, Fernie Mora, Jaime ff, Rodrigo Batancias, Jose Romero, TWO: Doug Davidson awaits his to score as Paul Alaniz guards base. AM 5 M W R J '?.:fsf:siILi.ggi,,, 1-5 -..., V - Q-V-.. '11, -, Y T-.5-.W " -s. ., 1- ' ' Z , f J v I. ..-4 ,, I , S sift: Wag? iff., . Q x Q .I ,fi A 'vu .4 W. 'Q if S " . tx P 8 N Q1 . S, , .. 'FH , K ,QM ,H-ff.: r . A ' ' W- -Q s '- Q cscs Q-' "ft s g, 4 c T v gf 5 :.. I n S -ra, "-.' x I H ff 'v r 'Tl -'yi 3 V . 8 'P ' 3""1' sf Jfb' aw-4 Q4 V A , ,W . ' fl A 1 lv A qfli A:'f1Wv'i-MQW is Q , , iw M l K, U-Nw, I mt,,,,...0.,,.....,...,........1q.""i:'f' 'MQ 'W . - ... . "'f ' M' .. . , , ..,..-..g,w' . .. ,,..., -be - an ..-UVM ,W Ae.. ,W ,.,...........,..,......,...... ,. I n -,..-,-,..........--...f-4. A, - . - 1 u . n " . , N. -1.-U W A W" , M. ,M of nv .. .. --,,..,. .,.-..... .- I W Y... .....,,..., D W Q -.... , ' J." "i of 'gc 'T' ' y il QI., ' 'Sf W+h.-.,,.-MQWQQGQ in-g.,--.M .M-N -1-.L lug ln Soccer Team Reaches Goals The newly-created soccer team faced a difficult beginning this, their first, year. Without a coach and uniforms, they competed with other school-sponsored teams. During the first half of their season they were 5-1, placing them in the second place. The team competed in the Southwest Soccer League. The local Western Auto spon- sored the team and the YMCA as- sisted them by finding them a coach. PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW - David Sanchez, Oscar Hernandez, Felipe Con- treras, Ray Acosta, Gustavo Luevano and Robert Dominguez. BACK ROW-Gabriel Chaviera, Jorge Arredondo, Gustavo Torres, Juan Orozco, Sergio Luevano, Jose Cazares, Raymundo Silva and Adrian Mon- telongo. PICTURE TWO: David Sanchez and Ray Acosta struggle with and Andress opponent for the ball. Action 163 1 164 Action ,, ,nav . A ff' .ff .4,,.1.,. ,gn I' an "n:i- 1 , s 5 .... r,-a - . I' . -,q- X'-ygffsifafk, 1 , ,I - 1 Q i , hvw - ' fora' ' f 3 - ,--,,.-13,91 nl .v gg- 5,- if-1 ,-s'?a -'I-,-Zlfwgg' Q 4- as ' sq, ld' " 1 .K Y K ,W up We W MM M ' ITROKI Pl-IV DOOR! cum bevy U p I :MH U-m.,,1-.V 4,,,,,,nLL, , .p,V. , .-,..g,.,.,.s,,..,.,r.'.,3- , A jzzffjr J , A. Pun A 4 1,,,,,, PHL: rngvlnu l I ami 3: I. Zonal l 1 . .1 if wo' ,Bun ,D 1 Mqxzuns . 1 'L lkMgll'un, -Blu, ' . wvSanuflV 1 Dun r I urrBhMv l ' I MN 'A" ludgul farm!! - 1 1 , z 'iffy I . utunw h i wma "l' ' g . l 5 I I O f l rrmuivl , I ,W 7 . . 3 Qz., . - rlmu 4 ' , 1 'aw I l 1 1 I . visual 1 . P Phil A Y V , M I P . P 1 6 ' I ' PH' , , , L ,, . 4 L SCORE www Iliitfwmaf ,scene wITH IDIIAOTI Golfers Keep On Putting Coach Skip Schmulbach headed this years varsity and B golf teams. This years varsity had four return- ing lettermen. These members were Paul Zacour, Tim Bowington, Freddy Hernandez and Eddie Mendoza. The B team members were Bill Gordon, Peter Martinez and Larry Alvarado. Both teams practiced at the Santa Theresa Country Club. PICTURE ONE: A golfer follows through on a putt. PICTURE TWO: Coach Schmul- bach looks over a score card. PICTURE THREE: LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW-Sylvia Ruiz, Becky Muela, Carolina Rocha MIDDLE ROW-Coach Skip Schmulbach, Eddie Mendoza, Bill Gordon, Larry Alvarado, Jesus Morales, Peter Mar- tinez. TOP ROW-Freddy Hernandez, Tim Bowington, Paul Zacour. PICTURE FOUR: Coach Skip Schmulbach gets ready to putt. PICTURE FIVE: This is the score card from the Coronado Tournament which was played February 12. PICTURE SIX: This shot barely missed. '13, Action 165 Varsity Bengals Fmzsh Fourth In Dzstrzct X' , . .- .wr I, f ,,,,.mm.,. .,- , 1-,-. Aff- . -Y' ,,11,s,,, ,, ., K, V, ,-,fe r-f""'- f.-.xr ,fvfea-as-rl..-.. ..... Y ., 115:-.za ' Ak . affirm, H t- . 5 , W, Rose Gill, team captain and set- ter, Lulu Chavez, hitter and spiker and Sandra Alvardo, hitter and spiker, were chosen to the all-dis- trict volleyball team. Ending fourth in the district, the team was directed by Mrs. Jackie Blackstock and Mr. Kevin Sherlin. Team members were Sandra A1- varado, Lulu Chavez, Belen Fe- matt, Margaret Gill, Rose Gill, Rosemary Hernandez, Herelinda Macias, Bertha Mutillo, Estela Tarin and Irene Tarin. PICTURE ONE: Rosemary Hernandez ready to return the opponent's serve. PIC- TURE TWO: Rose Gill sets the ball to Es- tela Tarin while Rosemary Hernandez looks on during the Ysleta game. PICTURE THREE: KNEELING Irene Tarin, Belen Fematt. Rose Gill, Margaret Gill and Lulu Chavez. STANDING: Herlinda Marcias, Bertha Murillo, Sandra Alvarado, Estela Tarin and Rosemary Hernandez. 166 Actlon Y ag. S 'Th es 46 .Z ff- I 'N v .X 1 g . . A -f ' ,i a 2 1" iii" Victoriously gaining the title of District Winners with the help of their coaches, Mr. Kevin Sherlin and Mrs. Jackie Blackstock, were team members Irma Alva, Cynthia Avila, Mary Jean Acosta, Frances Baca, Bertha Caldera, Bertha Gill, Sandra Hernandez, Ana Mares, Angie Martinez, Lupe Rodriguez, Beatrice Salazar, Anita Solis, Mar- tha Sotelo and Terry Vasquez. PICTURE ONE: Coach Kevin Sherlin gives last minute instructions to the volley- ball team. PICTURE TWO: TOP TO BOTTOM-An- gie Martinez, Cindy Avila, Sandy Hernan- dez, Martha Sotelo, Bertha Gill, Irma Alva, Mary Jean Acosta, Frances Baca, Bertha Caldera, Ana Mares, Terry Vasquez, Lulu Ramirez, Beatrice Salazar, Letty Garcia and Lupe Rodriguez. Action 167 Dance Class Performs In Dance Program The modern dance program pre- sented on February 25 consisted of 19 dances which were performed by Orchesis, Advanced, Intermedi- ate, Beginners and Performing Modern Dance class members. The dances performed were Magnifi- cent "7", Missa, Dreaming A Dream, Day by Day, Candy Man, Musical Friends, Invisible Messen- ger, Do It With Feeling, Big Spender, Nadia's Theme, Wooden Indian, Hasted Union Blues, Golliwogs' Cakewalk, High Rolling Man, Possession, Red, Taste of Honey, I Am A Lion and A Fifth of Beethoven. PICTURE ONE: Mary Scanlon and Blanca Espinoza dance to the music. PICTURE TWO: Madeline Howell does a split leap. PICTURE THREE: CLOCKWISE are De- anna Rivera, Vanessa Ruiz, Lisa McAlmon, Lydia Moreno, Linda Jordan, Sandra Sau- cedo, Denise Davidson and Sylvia Zarzosa. 168 Action N, f . HA --sf-fs .11 'gl' Y.- tvs? 'L Q-ff 3 .aw ww 'if , Q, ,,. M, A .-A ,fa , i Eighth Graders Spike Way To Championship s 'li apgpue J is ' Vi l r"'+ B .a ' : . 'f ,. K ,'- H By defeating Ross Hender son, Terrace Hills and Moore head and losing only to Bassett, the eighth grade volleyball girls were declared the Red Division Champions Team members were Yolanda Aguilar, Linda Arce, Sylvia Cal- deron, Leticia Chaparo Eliza- beth Delgado Teresa Galindo Leticia Gill Maria Gomboa and Cynthia Hernandez. Others were Alicia Herrera, Virginia Macias, Lupe Murillo, Mary Helen Spade and Nora Villa. KNEELING are Maria Gomboa Mary Helen Spade Lupe Murillo Letty Cha- paro Nora Villa and Letty Gill. STANDING are Trainer Cynthia Her- nandez Sylvia Calderon Elizabeth Del- gado Linda Arce Yolanda Aguilar Te- resa Galindo Alicia Herrera and Coach Irene Araiza. Action 169 Strauss Enhances Gymnastics Team Freshman Kim Strauss enliv- ened gymnastics meets getting "All-Aroundi' at the EPHS-Burges and EPHS-Jeff-Coronado meets. The girls' gymnastics team, di- rected by Mrs. Mary Ellen Rob- berts, sold carnations for 75c and distributed them on Valentine's Day. The profits from the carna- tions were used to buy uniforms. 170 Action X? PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Alicia Cal- deron, Gricella Adame, Sylvia Maser, Patsy Flores, Marcella Saucedo and Adele Co- verty. SECOND ROW-Concha Zarzosa, Elva Holguin and Linda Jordan. THIRD ROW-Esther Estrada, Dolores Varela, Marianne Blankenship, Lori Simone, Gina Arellano, Diana Del Avellano and Martha Espinoza. FOURTH ROW-Irma Acuna, Angie Valdez, Andrea Plaza and Connie Beltran. PICTURE TWO: Kim Strauss does a split on the beam. PICTURE THREE: Marcella Saucedo prepares her routine. PICTURE FOUR: Adele Coverty lifts herself up on the uneven parallel bars. PICTURE FIVE: Linda Jordan easily does a backbend. PICTURE SIX: Concentration is a key factor of gymnasts as shown by Diana Del Avellano. ff' -Mgf'-'j',"' f ' f .ifglrr N ,,,,.... .-1. . ,...-,-, -. 5 pu----N' f .0-f.......M,',. ,.-.V ..,,... ,, ., Lal ' 2 E 2 , 1 .W ,gag 'I IRE . 4 .NL 4 AF LT I L jul I 2 .....a1'IH9" H iw I ,n-'V' 4 Action 171 172 Personalities 9 WV EQ' , 'I.I5!:'5 1 LL HQ , UEWEE Administration 174 Personalities There Is Never A Dull Moment -HN 'if David was The Asa pointed and in sports. "Bl-lt, was a re- Mr. Johnson. warding year," PICTURE ONE: Mrsg 'Irma Bullard, sec- retary to coordinator. PICTURE TWO: Mr. David Rodriguez, coordinator of in- struction and guidance. PICTURE THREE: Mr. William Burnside, assistant principal. PICTURE FOUR: Mr. John Doran, student activities director. PIC- TURE FIVE: Board- of Trustees, left to right are, JLM. Whitaker, Superintendant, Mrs. William Tippin, Mr. Javier Montez, Mrs. William Collins, Mr. Harold Wiggs, Mr. Orha Lee Malone, Mr. Elman Chaps, Mr. Paul Carlton, Mr. Morris Galatzan. PICTURE SIX: Mr. Manuel Aguirre, assis- tant principal. Personalities 175 Counselors, Aides I Q . Q .., ' 1 1 ' ,, I - E5 N' ' 1 I 3 1 x V ' I -,x ' , f , ., , "' l 2 PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Beatriz Lopez, coun- selor. PICTURE TWO: Mr. James Slmith PICTURE THREE: Miss Sylvia Resendez counselor's aide. PICTURE FOUR: 'Ms Yolanda Nesom, vocational counselor. PIC TURE FIVE: Miss Mynette Harding, coun selor. PICTURE SIX: Mrs. Shirley Rice, counselor's aide. PICTURE SEVEN: Mrs Hazel Stulce,1counselor's aide. 176 Personalities I we Staff Assistants 12 A .e "-4 Q JJ ,LEW-L ,., '23 433+- 2 4 'X 1 X 42? , ' X lijZ,,,. wg? '-fic, wx df' " 7 JN PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Carmen Prieto, busi- ness agent. PICTURE TWO: Mrs. Betty Barnhart, attendance clerk. PICTURE THREE: Mrs. Leticia Romero, attendance clerk. PICTURE FOUR: Mr. William Al- len, bookroom clerk. PICTURE FIVE: Mrs. Irma Juarez, computer room. PICTURE SIX: Mrs, Francis Polen, attendance clerk. PICTURE SEVEN: Mrs. Anita Berry, Reg- istrar. ' Personalities 177 Busmess Educatzon It PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Iris Rowe. P C TURE TWO: Mrs. Mary Herrera. PIC TURE THREE: Miss A. W.. Dryden. PIC 1 178 Personalities TURE FOUR: Mrs. Lola McMath. PIC TURE FIVE: Mrs. Berdine Robertson. PICTURE SIX: Mrs. Margaret French. 4, slr' Englzsh , 1. v. , . , R.ff,3ffQ.f . Jfu H lf, I 6 ,IQ Y EY Vs LH 'L I 'g ' iv 4 1 'Tig Ixfgj- H+' 1 , 11 7 .1 PICTURE ONE: Mr. Richard Graf. TURE TWO: Mrs, Emily Gunning. TURE THREE: Mrs. Pat Cormah. TURE FOUR: Ms. Debbie Norris. 'PURE FIVE: Mrs. Judith.Ridley. TURE SIX: Mrs. Frances Cherry. TURE SEVEN: Mli. Sidney Smith.- TURE Lgpez, PIC PIC PIC PIC PIC PIC P10- English 4, f :ziiii ' X A . 1 4 . A I PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Gwen Green. PIC- TURE TWO: Mrs. Jean Nance. PICTURE FOUR: Mrs. Rosa Galindo, PICTURE FIVE: Mrs. Sharron Bunton. PICTURE I SIX: Mrs. Claire Murphy. ' K ' I 180 Personalities THREE: Mr. Felix Resari. PICTURE- X R l ,A We ,X vfk - .nv fr' "fi if I fl English lx ra? TU.. 'T ' i Y Q Y , 3 PICTURE ONE: Mr. David Navarro. PIC- TURE TWO: Mrs. Sharon Karns. PIC- TURE THREE: Mrs. Roberta Ratliff. PIC- TURE FOUR: Miss Betty Garcia. PIC- TURE FIVE: Mrs. Shirleen Becker. Personalities 181 I Math i W 'Q . iv' MV, , , PICTURE 1 . TURE TWO: Mr. Carlos Aguilar. 'PURE 'PURE FIVE: Miss Brenda Davis. ONE Mrs Gloria Pena. THREE: Mr. Charlie Davis. FOUR: Mrs. Beverly Fielden. PIC PIC PIC PIC PIC TURE SIX: Mrs. Joan Gaston. PICTURE SEVEN: Mr. Daniel Mendoza. PICTURE ' EIGHT: 'ML Jack Bailey. PICTURE 3 NINE: Mr. James Schenk. I 182 Personalities " 44 f Music, Art 1257 PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Debbie Hartmann. PICTURE TWO: Mr. Jesus Salcido. PIC- TURE THREE: Mr. Santiago Romero. PICTURE FOUR: Mr. George Leon. PIC- TURE FIVE: Miss Jfxnna Auslam. m N . , 'X N4gL Personalities 183 Physical Education Ildlillh Q 2 'QA is . PICTURE ONE: Mr.'Danny McKi11up PICTURE TWO: Mr. Enrique Orona. PIC- . 'PURE THREE: Mr. Kenneth Moorhead. PICTURE FOUR: Mr. John Swisher. PIC- TURE FIVE: Mr. Hector Munoz, PIC- TURE SIX: Mrs. Jackie Blackstock, PIC- TURE SEVEN: Mr. Kevin Sherlin. V f 184 Personalities Physical Eucation PICTURE ONE Mr Terrance Baker math and coach PICTURE TWO Mxss Irene Araxza PICTURE THREE Mrs Mary Ellen Robbex-ts PICTURE FOUR Mr Rudy Llcon scxence and coach PIC TURE FIVE Mr Truman Wxlls PIC TURE SIX Mrs Francxs Foreman PIC TURESEVEN Mr Sk1p Schmulbach scx ence and coach. PICTURE EIGHT: Mrg Willie Vasquez. Personahtnes 185 Science PICTURE ONE: Mr. Ronald Simon. PIC- TURE TWO: Mr. Donald Wofford. PIC- TURE THREE: 'Mrs. Carmen Stearns. PICTURE FOUR: Miss Emma Rojas. PIC- TURE FIVE: Mr. Kenny John. PICTURE SIX: Miss Sylvia Provencio. 186 Personalities rgilhza.. efiiig-'X 2 Quill: Q . an, I Social Studies . ,sf g I . 2 ff, PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Geraldine Murphy. PICTURE, TWO: Mr. Maurice Holland. PICTURE THREE: Mrs, Evelyn Ander- son. PICTURE FOUR: Mr. William Stein- mann. PICTURE FIVE: Mr. Jack Winn. PICTURE- SIX: Mr. James. Cage. PIC- TURE. SEVEN: Mr. A1 Davis, PICTURE EIGHT: Mr. George Rubinstein. - 5 I Personalltles 187 Potpourri T 'VW PICTURE ONE: Mrs. Clara Jones, librar- ian. PICTURE TWO: Miss Geneva Guider, librarian. PICTURE THREE: Mrs. Esther Carrasco, librarian. PICTURE FOUR: Mrs. Carmen Haddad, audio visual. PICTURE FIVE: Mrs. Bobbie Harvie, nurse. PIC- TURE SIX: Mrs. Lee Gurton, resource. PICTURE SEVEN: Miss Shirley Seaney, homemaking. PICTURE EIGHT: Mrs. Esperanza Herrera, resource. PICTURE NINE: Mr. Brian Gilley, tennis coach. PIC- TURE TEN: Mr. C. D. Jarvis, PL E. teach- er. 188 Personalities N! N?" v. 1' f ,. fi' XJ I f f , f f If ,.f 1. 1, If we f , ,Y Q .lf X X me . v ,: -.A-5. -vi-ao 1 5 l 1 X , Vx ., of-.f' . ye f- 1 ff' , ,' If' 9 an A -J The Cooks and Cleanups Fffliliv f'X f 5 I 1 x I ?, llll gy' 5 . I' uf L f 4, . PICTURE ONE: FRONT ROW-Connie Beltran, Mary Jordan, Elena Volinar, Elo' ise Padilla, Dolores Nunez, Nina Gaytan, BACK ROW-Elsa Vega, Concha Riviera, Idonna Trotter, Nellie Reyes, Carmen Alar- con, Sabina Munoz, Andrea Mendoza. PIC- TURE TWO: LEFT TO RIGHT-Enrique Torres, Jose Olivas, Matilde Villegas, Va- lentin Campos, Pueblo, Gomez, Francisco Dominguez, Raul Morales. Personalities 189 EMILY BLAUGRUND ESAA STUDENT TEACHER Student Teacher Switch Day On February 16, the school rou- tine seemed normal, but after look- ing a little closer students realized that their own classmates had tak- en the roles of their teachers. For first time in EPI-IS history stu- teachers switched roles. nine students participated human relations event con- ESSA. The switch day was taken seriously by both "teachers" and classes. Students followed teacher's lesson plans, took roll and performed regular duties. Birdie Gill, who took over Mrs. Stearn's class, said, "It helped me to understand what teachers go through." The main objective of the program was for students to receive insight into what teachers or administrators jobs involve and develop a mutual relationship and understanding. MRS . CLAIRE MURPHY WHAT DID YOU THII' O STUDENT TEACHER SWITCH DAY? "It provided an interesting break from the every day mono- tony," - JOE MOTES. "I only had two teachers who flopped," - CHUCK ETHER- IDGE "I enjoyed it because they gave us easy work," -GABRIELA GONZLEZ "I would enjoy having another student-switch day,"- JACKIE WIENER. 1 190 Personalities 5 P 7 7 Qu 1 Ja Personalities 191 92P Senior Favorites Lisa Chavez Hector Muela Reach Top Tony Monje semor sits in Mrs. Ander- son s fourth period class in Room 315. Aboud, Debbie Acosta, Anita Acuna, Sandra Aguillar, Hector Aikman, Ted Alcala, Georgina Almanza, Sylvia Alva, Yolanda Alvarado, Luis Antunez, Humberto Armendariz, Frank Ayala, Blanca Ayala, Rosario Balderrana, Aurora Barcenas, Robert Bamo,' Mark Barragan, Margie Barraza, Consuelo Bernal, Deonal Berry, Cindy Betancourt, Manny Bowington, Tim Brockmoller, Elisa Brothers, Mike Burrola, Sylvia Burton, Tom Calderon, Peggy Calderon, Terry Calderon, Yolanda Camp, Richard Personalities 193 Campos, Richard Campos, Veronica Canales, Pat Carr, Stephanie Carreno, Luis Carreno, Margie Caruthers, Dawn Castelli, Alicia Castorena, Alvaro Castro, Socorro Chapman, John Chavez, Bonnie Chavez, Lisa Clay, Charles Corbin, Arthur Contes, Hector Cortez, Sergio Crossland, Damon Cuaron, Doug Daly, Hector Davenport, Nancy Dean, David Dejong, Alejandro de la Rosa, Henry Ted Aikmen and Mrs. Dehhie Hart- man work on an art project. 194 Personalities If Seniors Enjoy First-Class Status Delgadillo, Sergio Delgado, Eddie Delgado, Rudy Del Toro, Fernando Deltoro, Thomas Dillon, Colleen Domingues, lsahel Duggan, Charlotte Duncan, John Edmonson, Sarah Ekery, Stefanie Elias, Terrelia Elliot, Dianne Enriquez, Victor Erivez, Seferino Espinoza, Blanca Espinoza, Maggie Fisher, Jamie Flores, Danny Flores, Maria Flores, Martha Flores, Rafael Fox, William Franco, Mike Frost, Tif Fuentes, Hugo Gaddy, Matthew Galindo, Christina Garachana. Patricia Garcia, Felipa Garcia, Louie Garcia, Marianne Garcia, Mario Gardea, Ralph Gasca, Lisa Gavaldon, Albert Gehring, Holly Gill, Rose Goldfarb, Janice Gomez, Helen Gomez, lsabelle Gonzalez, Alan. Gonzalez, Eloise V Gonzalez, Gabriela Gonzalez, Laura - Gonzalez, Linda Goodman, Cathy Gordon, Bill Personalities 195 Guillen, Lorenzo Gutierrez, Rosario Haga, Elisabeth Hardie, Leslie Henderson, Emma I Hernandez, Elizabeth Hernandez, Mike Hernandez, Yolanda Herrera, Maria de Socorro Hidalgo, Sandra Hinton, Steve Hinton, Robert Hodson, Shirley Holguin, Humberto Horcasitas, Alejandro - Jacobs, Carol Juarez, Ruben Juarez, Lore Jurado, James Kasner, Michael Kell, Bertha , Kell, Julieta Kern, William Kerr, Bill Kille, Sal Kory, George Licon, Bob Look, Cookie Lopez, Dora Lopez, Letly Lopez, Oscar Lozada, Marco Antonio ' Lujan, Steve Maranto, Janice Marcee, Debbie Martinez, Eddie Martinez, Enrique Martinez, Josie Martinez, Leticia Martinez, Maria Martinez, Mercedes Mawson, Alan 196 Personalities Seniors Smile With Pride McAlmon, Lisa I McCord, Cindy McCoy, Susan McGregor, Malcolm Melendez, Delia Melgar, Lucy Mendez, .Jose Merworth, Holly Merworth, Tracey Mier, Melissa Mitchell, Charles Molinar, Mary Montiel, Luz Montoya, Celia Montoya, Jose Morales, Bobby Morales, Ramon Moreno, Lydia Moretto, Susan Morrado, Richard Mowad, Paula Mowles, Moria Moya, Ernesto Muela, Hector Murillo, Rosemary Nanez, Jaime Nanez, Olga Nevarez, Armida Nevarez, Joe Nguyen, Kim Joe Werthman and loev Navarez, both sen- iors take a break during a class. Personalities 197 Nguyen, Phuc Nicholson, Paul Nickey, Donna Norman, Victor Nunez, Martha Ochoa, Ramon Ochoa, Sally O'Connor, David Olivar, Naomi Olivares, Jose Olivas, Robert Olive, Andy Olson, Lloyd Oppenheimer, Lisa Ortega, Raul Orndorff, Lee 1 Orona, Orlando Ortega, Ray Ortiz, Gabriel Ortiz, Jose Patterson, Charles Patton, Dennis Pedroza, Tricia Perez, Romon Pitchford, Pam Portillo, Jesus Prats, Elena Provencio, Elaine Puentes, Martha Ramirez, .Iuan Ramirez, Mark Ramirez, Porfirio Ramirez, Rebecca Ramirez, Victor Rascon, Vicky Rathburn, Jane Reiquam, Pete Rivas, Carlos Rivera, Blanca Rivera, Kathy Rivera, Saul Robinson, Roger 198 Personalities K r 1 Q Seniors I-Iobble, Cruise To Graduation I if V I 'I l J W Joel Gaytan shows the cast he received as a result of a football injury. e Rocha, Caroline Rodge, Greg Rodriguez, Aucia Rodriguez, Carmen , Rogriguez, Esperanza Rodriguez, Irma Rodriguez, Laura Rodriguez, Laura Romero, Jamie Rosales, Alma Rosales, Rossana Roth, Allen Ruiz, Sylvia Saavedra, -Lizette Salazar, Joe Salazar, Pat Salcido, Delia Salcido, Pat Sambrano, Steve Sandoval, Cecilia Sandoval, Yolanda Santillen, Connie Saucedo, Sara Saucedo, Tony Personalities 199 Scanlon, John Sidransky, David Shutes, Kathryn Sifuentes, Alberto Sifuentes, Frank Sifuentes, Richard Sohn, Leslie Solis, lsela Sotelo, David Stockmeyer, Juan Tarin, Albert Tarin, Armando Torres, Alfred Torres, Elizabeth Torres, Leticia Torres, Mike Torres, Tricia Trejo, Rosa Elena Trigoyen, Gil Trillo, Arthur Valadez, Rafael Valasquez, Orlando Veytia, Laura - vijil, David Villanueva, Edmundo Walker, Mary Werthman, Joe Williams, Danny Zabriskie, Libby Zacour, Nadine Zarazua, Estela Zarzosa, Sylvia Zimmerman, Mark 200 Personalities' Seniors Play Hard, Study Hard Stefanie Ekery browses through books in the library. 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Acuna, Irma X Adjemian, Israel Agan, Charles ,Nl Aguirre, Gerardo 3-N3 .xg ' Aikman, Tim ' " ' Alcala, John ' Q Alcantar, Toni W 4 Q Alva, Martha Alvarado, Larry Alvarado, Sandra Anedanda, Raul Anzuros, Sandra Arias, Antonio Arias, Arturo Arreola, Hugo Arroyo, Charles ' Asvell, Elaine , Avila Jorge A Ayala, Sandra Y Ayoub, Terry Ayub, Richard Baca, Gustavo Baca, Oscar Balderrama, Arturo Bergman, Roberta Barno, Kathryn Barragan, Hortencia Barron, Maria Beltran, Patricia Bermudez, Olga Braun, Norah 3 -f . ,f-X ,I . I , I :U , 442'--X Brennand, Kathrine Briones, Richard Briseio, Martha Brockmeller, Suzen Brown, Idalia Brown, Rolf V W 4' A fl? My fx. t 212 Personalities x-, Jenny Shipley gazes floppy hat. Cleveland, Austin Coleman, John Colunga, Eddie Colunga, Ricky Brown, Scott Burrows, Adele Bustos, Victor Caffery, Robert Campos, Eduardo Canales, Violeta Carr, Shelley Casner, Carolyn Castorena, Pedro Cazares, Jose Cedillos, Isavra Cervin, Phillip , Chavez, Chuy Chavez, Marina Chavira, Maria R Chiecchi, Eualdo Chong, Kim Clemente, Martha out from under her Contreas, Guadalupe Personalities 213 Sophomores Look Ahead To Greater Things Coppage, Don Corbin, John Cordova, Annette Cornado, Tony QCornea, Soledad Cortes, Ricardo Cowan, Patricia Davenport, Robert DeAnda, Jeanette De Jong, Leonor De Jong, Norma " De La Torre, Larry "N X R"- if , .L I , , . l ,, 53+ X ' f " 'Q C 'fx l ' tt 29 1, C 5 Li ,1 K e 5 1 L N D i L e " A ' rr , 1"'-"f"'Mw--., , K, C, Lerner concentrates intensely for a ., , final exam. H V K Delgadillo, Miguel Delgadillo, Syliva Delgado, Jose M. Delgado, Pat Dent, Patty Dominguez, Salvador 214 Personalities Duarte, Ricardo Duran, Eddie Duran, Irma Eisenberg, Ellen Ekery, Leon Enriquez, George Enriquez, Michelle Espindola, Joey Esquivel, Danny Etheridge, Chuck Facio, Donna Favela, Victor Fematt, Rafael Fernandez, Maria Flores, Fernando Flores, Josetina Flores, Louie Flores, Laurencia Flores, Mark Flores, Moises Flores, Rowena Flynn, Ken Francione, Kathleen Franco, Sergio Fry, Yvette Gaddy, Margy Garcia, Ana Elena Garcia, Angelica Carcia, Christy Garcia, Eli Garcia, Miguel Garcia, Patsy Garibay, Tony Gill, Bertha Gilmer, Allen Gillett, Valerie Giron, Fernie Gomez, Alicia Gomez, Lourdes Gomez, Susan Gonzalez, Arthur Gonzalez, Bobby Gonzalez, Eduardo Gonzalez, Gerardo Gonzalez, Rosa Granados, Linda Griffin, Sarah Personalities 215 Guitierrez, Peter Haddad, Joey Hammond, Jill Hardie, Tricia Harris, Yvonne Hartgraves, Janet Hernandez, Alfredo Hernandez, Jose Herrera, Raul Hinojosa, Georgina Hinojosa, Luis Hinson, Liz Holguin Danny Hoy, Steve Hughes, John lbarbo, Carlos Jacquez, Yvonne Jimarez, Evangelina Johnson, Saul Jurado, Antonio Jurado, Patrick Kell, Patricia Kelsy, Willy Kinsey, JoAnn Kolster, John King, Jamie Klinkenberg, Donald Lauritzen, Cina Lepe, Gustavo Lerner, K.C. Licano, Mario Licon, David Lomeli, Rose Lopez, Armando Lopez, Antonio Lopez, Frank Lopez, Sandra Lovelady, Steve Lozano, Frank Lozano, Manuel Lumbreras, Patricia Luevano, Sylvia 216 Personalities Sophs Consider Problems -rr' if! V. 2 Q ,., ffff',f , Q R 5 4 L I av' .Qi ,, - 79. X , 'Sn "Db e 1 f- . J- Ta W Q if .iw ,ve Q 'ff X 5" 'fn like 1'3- .f'-li A ,ff ff n f IV. fl? ix v ., . YE tw rg if 'W' .-y ky f' 4' H , W . , 1 X, 1- A 7 gf " MH. ' K 2 "QF 43 ' .1 S- 'i d-'H " Q' avi. 1:":' - ' f' 'Fi '-iff ' T' ' .U . 419 wa rv .., are ref -A Q NT L as LR- I f ?'Q9"' 5 2 K x K ,f S . -1 we ., fy .se f. ' W 'Pg-em, . K M - W , M J5g55,,,5fv,ml W M f 5Z..3gf..ze.gN, , e . f K r . ,l,f?,4t,,,,,ff-of -f,rgfx' ?.g. wfxfa. , "3 mf: -' f 5- 4- W a v r A f-yew, -f ,, ,. r- e '- ,x.'::-'ff .- f'."f2.'eQay. 5 N' ff f 4 ' 1 w e I ' V' ' ' .VH ' -2 X f '?..1,f,, X -ft :Q-f .gA:3g5:..-..- Q ' - Q F , fy, ,mf 1. 1, , X ,. . N J. A 4 W fligg . l Q W Lupe Rodriguez and Ruben Gandara dis ' " ' M ' t S ' " M cuss a chemistry problem. V a -o .V Q Pb". Q Z, 3 .ef 5.45. ,fx 77' , . is -are ,1- st f T M., 4- 'wr M J xy,- ZX Lyons, Craig Macias, Danny Macias, Robert Maddox, Brian Madrid, Anna Madrid, Bobby MaLooly, Paul Manduck, Kelly Marcee, Randle Marin, Imelda Martinez, Carnilo Martinez, Jorge Martinez, Peter Martinez, Raul Marquez, Javier Matilda, Herrera McAlmon, Ann McCullough, Alison Melgarg Luis' Melgar, Mario Menchaca, Diana r Mendez, I Sonia Mendoza, Sandra Molina, Antonio ., , Personalities 217 Molina, Rodolfo Molinar, Albert VMolinar, Sylvia Mora, Fernie Q Morales, Joe Morales, Lourdes Moreno, Henry Motes, Joe Moss, Henry Munoz, Iliana Murguia, Teresita Murillo, Becky Narvaez, Jenny Narvaez, Nancy Nieto, Ramon Norman, Cedilia , Ochoa, Bart Ocon, Lilia O'Connor, Colleen O'Hara, Kim Ontiveros, Carlos Olivas, Manuel Olivas, Maria Padilla, Adriana Pastrana, Robert Parsons, Earlyn Patton, William Payan, Patricia Payen, Norma Perez, Jacobo Pimentel, Ana Pitchford, Trisha Plaza, Marisue Pollard, Anita Pope, Amy Portillo, Arturo Portillo, Ernesto Powell, Katy Provencio, Teresa Puentes, Gloria Quintana, Rosalina Ramirez, Danny 218 Personalities " f Q 1, 'f L Ramirez, Luis V' 5 - A f' , v Rangel, Celeste "ff ' ' , .. . Rangel Freddie . 9 Y y , " 'i k Rangel, Nick Q ' ' V ' - Rathbun, David ' ' . - Reason, Karen Q- :- , 'Q , F ' 1 . ' . 1 . 1 n Reyes, Marina Ribail, Maria Rivera, Carlos Rivera, Julie , Robert, Joe Q , Roby, Dale 7 +1- ,. " Rodriguez, Arturo Rodriguez, Gerrardo Rodriguez, Lydia -5 I Rodriguez, Margo - V Rodriguez, Raquel -f ,- Rodriguez, Steve -1 Rogers, Isha Romero, Bertha Rosas, Rene -f Rosen, Robbie Ruiz, Benigro J Saavedra, Milinda Liz Hinson quenches her thirst while on the run. Witte ,.,,. X: I, Q f-A Qi , z - fy ' , -1 1 , k"-fu.. - - 4 I ,,,.g 2,3 , 2 nm., ,,, fig , Personalities 219 famxrymtw--Q- 35,3 ,v mf Sophomores h Sanez, Leticia Salazar, Elizabeth Salcido, Becky Salcido, Leticia Salmeron, James Sanchez, Olga Sanchez, Roberto, Sarabia, Cruz Sarellana, Valentin - Saucedo, Debbie , , ' Saucedo, Humberto Saucedo, Rodolfo Saucedo, Sandra Scanlon, Mary Schillinger, Kenneth Schwartz, Laurie Scott, Claudia Scott, Laura Segoviano, Ricardo Serrano, Susanna Seyffert, Dolph Shaheen, Mary L Shipley, Jenny Sidransky, Judy 220 Personalities ' Zimmerman, Lee Caldera, Bertha Campos, Carole Ruiz, Vanessa Smith, Laura Sobrino, Arthur Solis, Anita Solorzano, Margarita Sotelo, Martha Slater, Lynn Stockmeyer, Karl Tafoya, Arturo Tomor, L Stacy Torres, Rodolfo Torres, Rudy Tovar, Gilbert Trillo, Bertha Tughon, Martha Uribe, Elsa Valenzuela, Laura Valdez, Angie Valdez, Maria Valdez, Victor Valdivez, Bobby Valenzuela, Jesus Vanclertulip, Richard Varela, Dolores Vazquez, Teresa Velasco, Maria Venegas, Laurie Vilardell, Chuck Villanueva, Mario Wallace, Judi Werthmann, Virginia White, Carrie Wiener, Jackie Williams, James Zamora, Jose Zayala, Robert Zarazuza, Elsa A V Personalities 221 1-me . s- A.,..4:- M4913 2 ,,-, .., . ' ' .. eiifj., F. '- 222 Personalities It 4 ,,,. ,,.. , , viz' , 0 '7 I ii! """""'i"' V M . ,S "' -, e ,,"'-n..r.r,2I'::f 'Q' . A t:.,,:?'1hh"vVht,fi.,6V, A M J i, ,m':k4:T:rQ4,.. vv .iz -V 7 h .go-..,,., .. , K r 'M-N, S.. . " 'Lip' ' " gig-Q - . 4, . . x - -- ...fjmfx , A'3p,.:.:.-, I W ',a1':iihvlu2"1:".2..i..- . - . .. Freshmen F cworites Alica Calderon Eddie Cervin Aboud, Adame, Adame, Aguilar Aguilar Aguirre, Janet Feliz Grisela Gloria Yviana Chris Diana Jeremy Alaniz, Paul Albin, Barton Albin, B. Aldaco, Rodolfo Aguirre, Ahouse, Almaras, Dolores Amaya, Laura Araujo, Barbara Arellano, Gina Armendariz, Corina Armenta, Virginia Armigo, Susan Arredondo, Ana L. Arredonda, Jorge Arreola, Adrian Arteaga, Joey Avila, Cindy Ayala, Greg Baca, Rita Baca, William Badillo, Tryna Baeza, Arturo Baeza, Reyes Baeza, Sandra Baker, Maria Balderrama, Carmen Baltier, Lourdes Barragan, Christina Barron, Cindy Barron, Irma Barron, Javier Barron, Leticia Battah, Tony Bedoya, Audrey Bedoya, Amanda Personalities 223 Bell, James Bermudez, Robert Bernal, Ruben Betacis, Rodrigo Blanco, Leticia Blanco, Michael Blankenshop, Marianne Blaugrund, John Boling, Ann Bohne, David Bonilla, Johnny Borges, Lily Borunda, Jesus Brand, Harry Bradford, Rhonda Breceda, Liliana Brennand, Beverly Brient, Samuel " Freshman Tony Battah works away in be- ginning typing class. Briseno, Gracie Bustamante, Enrique Butler, Donna Caballero, David Cabello, Carlos Calderon, Alicia Camacho, Maria Campos, Belia Campos, Rosario Cardenas, Jose Cardenas, Luz Cardona, Isabel 224 Personalities ,Mt if' -Q, ' Q. 'if M li QA . 1 if X E 'L 4 o -Q l 4 We Frosh Relax Darmg A Hard Day s Work Carmona, Victor Carrillo, Henry Castillo, Adrian Cereceres, Alejandro Chaidez, Jesus Chapa, Rosie Chapman, Tim Chavez, Alex Chavez, Beatice Chavez Robert Chavez Sandra Chavez, Yvonne Chaviva, Gabriel Dart, Charles Davidson, Doug Davis, Natalie Davis, Tommy De Anda, Carlos Magda Gonzalez takes a break during Eng Personalities 225 Delgado, Guadalupe Delgado, Michael De La Torre, Lori Dia, Juis Diaz, Adolfo Diaz, Oscar Dominguez, Gloria Dominguez, Hilda Dominguez, Robert Dominguez, Rosa Donacio, Ricardo Duarte, Gabriel Duarte, Irma Duran, Luela Edwards, Tim Emery, Lee Enriquez, Javier Enriguez, Myrna Erbe, Margaret Erives, Mario Escandon, Rene Espinoza, Martha Esquivel, Julio Estrada, Esther Favela, Daniel Favela, Rosie Fernandez, Juan Fierro, Steven Fierros, Eddie Flores, Barbara Flores, Patsy Fulton, Ysella Gallegos, Debra Garcia, Emma Garcia, Oscar Garcia, Sandra Gardea, Manuel Garzon, Andy Gasca, Norma Gavito, Eddie Gavito, Jerry George, David Ginn, John Goeldner, Kathy Gomez, Enrique Gomez, Leticia Gonzalez, Benjamin Gonzalez, Jamie 226 Personalities Gonzalez, Magdelena Gonzalez, Magda Gonzalez, Marite Gonzalez, Sarah Griffin, Jerry Grunberger, Pamela Guerrero, Richard Gutierrez, Lidia Guzman, Ruth Haddad, Marian Hall, George Hatzopulos, Nick Hart, Charlie Hernandez, Froylan Hernandez, Hilda Hernandez, Loraine Hernandez, Oscar Hernandez, Raul Hernandez, Sandy Hernandez, Victor Higarida, Maria Hinojos, Kimberley Hinojosa, Aida Hinojosa, Gabe Hirsch, Elaine Hirsch, Judi Hocking, Bill Holguin, Becky Holland, Sonia Huerta, Blanca Huerta, Salvador Ituarte, Alfredo Izquierdo, Jose Jamies, Hector Jimenez, Fernie Jordan, Victor Kandel, Shiela Kasner, Maxine Kerr, Ginny Kinsey, Bob Kinsey, Robert Kolster, Alan Personalities 227 Hilda Hernandez gives Jose Zomora a les- son in tic-tac-toe. Kranzthor, Cindy Kurita, Patricia Landeros, Rigoberto Levy, Teresa Licon, Carolina Licon, Patricia Lloyd, Craig Lopez, Eddie Lopez, Gerardo Lopez, Javier Lopez, Virginia Lomeli, Joe Lorenzo, Almanza Lozano, Gracie Luevano, Gustavo Luevano, Jaime Luevano, Sergio Luevano, Virginia V 1 -- Lujan, Isavel Luna, Patty Macias, Martha Macia, Norma Maes, Roberta Mares, Anna 5,1 228 Personalities ----5 are V ,Q 1.- y--f in M ,XXI Marin, Francisco Martinez, Leticia Martinez, Linda Martinez, Martha Martinez, Monica Martinez, Rosario Martinez, Salvador Maser, Sylvia Maxia, Maxin McGregor, Robert McKinney, Erin Medina, Epefancio Medina, Marisila Medrano, Veronica Menchaca, Nancy Mendez, Denise Mendoza, Noemi Mestas, Bonnie Mestes, Chuy Molina, Fernando Molinar, Marco Molinar, Martha Molinar, Pearl Monarez, Josie Monije, Danny Montelongo, Adrian Montelongo, Josefina Montes, Albert Morales, Carmel Morales, Jesus Morales, Lilia Morales, Rosa Moreno, Jose Moya, Yolanda Muela, Martha Munoz, Alberta Nanez, Jose L. Navarro, Laura Nguyen, Tung Nungaray, Alex Ochoa, Leticia Olivaro, Oliver Personalities 229 Olivas, Heriberto Orndorff, Mitchell Orona, Robert Orozco, Juan Orquiz, Graciela Ortega, Stella Ortiz, Annabelle Ortiz, Mark Pantoja, Jose Parado, Abraham Paredes, Gina Parker, Marina Parker, Rita Petterson, Sylvia Payan, Yoli Pearson, Robert Pena, Richard Virginia Luevano and Alex Nungary engage in some slap stick. 230 Personalities Freshmen Measure Up . L as Us l ' x I Un . .........L.... sv Peralta, Albert Robert Perea, Perez, Domingo Perez, Fernie Perez, Robert Perez, Rosa Pollard, Mary Pope, Barbara Porras, Norma Portello, Norma Pratt, Melodi Prendergast, Lisa Provencio, Steve Provencio, Laura Provincio, Teeni Puga, Diana Ragland, Karl Ramirez, Lourdes Ramirez, Ramirez Ramirez Ramirez Ramos, Ramos, Ramos, Rangel, Rangel, Ratliff, Martha Miguel Sally Teresa Leticia Robert Terry Oscar Sergio John Raudry, Lucia Retana, Maria Reyes, Maria E. Reyes, Norma Reyna, Zita Ribail, Jose Richel, James Rivera, Amy Rivera, Cruz Rivera, Monica Rivera Rosa Richa, ,Letty Rodela, Rita Roderick, Evan Rodriguez, Arnulfo Rodriguez, Guadalupe Rodriguez, John Rodriguez, Jorge Rojas, Jose G. Roman, Belinda Personalities 231 Freshmen Glance Toward Three More Years Romero, Bruno Romero, Jose Romero, Manuel Romo, De Vivar Rosario Resales, Bob Rosales, Roberto Ruiz, Ernie Ruiz, Maria Sais, Rodolfo Salazar, Benny Salazar, Estefana Salcido, Irene Salcido, Patricia Salcido, Veronica Sanchez, David Sanchez, Gustavo Sanchez, Jesus Sanchez, Jose Sanchez, Josefina Sanchez, Laudelia Sandoval, Marissa Santa Cruz, Elizabeth Saucedo, Eva Saucedo, Marcella Scott, Dolores Segura, Jo Ann Serano, Carolina Servin, Eduardo Shadrick, Mike Shipley, Christine Sias, Julia Sierra, Jesse Sifuentes, Jose Sifuentes, Raul Silva, Erin Silva, James 232 Personalities ffm -vw Solis, Maria Soto, Partricia Spade, Carlos Stapleton, Gloria Strauss, Kim 1-L C 41 K Stubblefield, Carmen Tabor, Pamela Tafoya, Esangelina Talamantes, Joe Tarin, Danny Thompson, Joe Tinajero, Lorena Tomor, Michael Torres, Diana Torres, Gustavo Tovar, Herbert Valdez, Martha Valdivia, Paul Vick, William Velasquez, Francisco Vera, Roberta Verbitskey, Larry Veytia, Carlos Villalva, Herman Villareal, Vincent Wade, Jimmy Westfall, Wayne Williams, Paul Zach, Cheryl Zamarripaf, Felipe Sigales, Elizabeth Y W 34? Lisa Somers is distracted during a journal- ism class. x f""'h Personalities 233 ' " Pi VH.. , .K sragssrf A , v 1 ll "qv 'Pc b ,M 5 'v vw --N- My ., Mk 'S 'Gr .?"'H f 1. 5. S. ff I1 Q, - S S. r . fe ' . ,4 j , S x .u A wvx I' xx 1 . JFS' xi., N..-'n"l-Q fx? Qs FAQ' 234 Personalities Eighth Grade Favorites Kim M cCull0ugh Greg Barron rf, X Aboud, Brian Ahrego, Jorge Acosta, Rebecca Adjemian, Steve Agan, Dee Aguilar, Yolanda Aguilar, Evelyn Aguilar, Sylvia Aguirre, Rogelio Almorza, Martlza Alonl . Cecilia Alonzo, Francisco Alonzo, Jose -lr. Alvarado, Caesar Anchondo, Manny Anderson, Aida Andow, Andrew Anzures, Mariana Arce, Linda Archuleta, Pete Armendariz, Sylvia Arroyo, Badillo, Barron, Barron, Barron, Battah, Beltran, Beltran, Lupita Thelma Ana Deborah Greg Basil Jose Luis Susana Benge, Dorothy Berumen, Jose Bittner, Maribel Bleck, Sharon Boetto, Barry Bowen. Magdalena Bustillos, Victor Bustos, Josie Butterworth, Cynthia Calderon, Sylvia Campos, Fernie Campos, Rosario Cantrell, Stacy Personalities 235 Cardenas, Isable Castillo, Carmen Chacon, Jaime Chacon, Sylvia Chaparro, Leticia Chaparro, Leticia Chavez, Horacio Chavez, Susana Chavira, Rosa Christian, Jana Clarke, Cathy Clay, Douglas Cole, Carolyn Colunga, Cindy Compean, Eugenia Contreras, Gregorio Contreras, Teresa Cordero, Rosario Cortez, Hector Corvelli, Gregory Chaig, Tres Crouse, Raul Davenport, Stephen DeAnda, Victor Delavellano, Rodrigo De La Torre, Cindy Delgado, Liz Delgado, Ricardo Del Paso, Monica Del Toro, Richard Del Valle, Victor DeShazo, Roxanne Dettaro, Sergio Diaz, Arturo Diaz, Jamie DiBonito, David DiBonito, Ralph Dominguez, Gloria Duran, Christina Duran, Elvia Dwyer, Claudia Elias, Sheila 236 Personalities Eighth-Graders Express Enthusiasm .-.1 Civ K . S gr- , B Echeverro, Cristina Enriquez, Albert Escandon, Laura Escapita, Romon Escarsega, Juan Escarsega, Paula Favela, Tony Fematt, Eddie Flores, Andy Flores, Leticia Galindo, Hiriam Galindo, Teresa ' Steve Adjemian and Danny break-up over wh... www, 'U-sw-.- ""1r- W.. A each other's report card. Gallardo, Victor Garcia, Victor Garcia, Arturo Gardea, Raymond Gasca, Gracie Gavaldon, Becky Givson, Jeff Gill, Leticia Gilmore, John Ginn, Bruce Goldfarb, Tommy Gomez, Lizardo Gomez, Virginia Personalities 237 Gonzalez, Ana Gonzalez, Charles Gonzalez, Delia Gonzalez, Francisca Gonzalez, Laura Gosseck, Richard Granados, Louie Griffin, Kina Guerrero, Ben Guillar, Laura Guillen, Danny Gutierrez, Clayton Haddad, Nancy Herrera, Alicia Herrera, Joe Herrera, John Hermann, Angie Hernandez, Cynthia Hernandez, Daniel Hernandez, Felipe Hernandez, Jose Hildago, Juan Hinojosa, Mike Holder, Wendell Holmes, Kathy Huerta, Patricia Jaramillo, Raul Jett, Deborah Jimenez, Yolanda Johnson, Jenna Johnson, Thomas Jordan, Arthur Jorjorian, Leon Kelsey, Cynthia Kerr, Monica Klinkenberg, John Kupfer, Abie Kupfer, Sam Lawrence, Alexandria Lepe, David Leslie, Paul Lopez, Juan 238 Personalities Eighth-Graders Await Quarter System QE Q.,-1 4-.1 my . -.A I . if 5 fl 1 N' S 3 -, f it Wil 2 V ia AJ- ,cs ' YT, .94 lisa: -. -v' 'Re Lopez, Ruben Lozano, Luis Luevano, Leticia Macias, Felix Macias, Rebecca Macias, Virginia Maldonado, Aaron Maldonado, Alberto Maldonado, Rene Magdaleno, Sergio Marin, Graciela Martinez, Arturo Martinez, Sylvia Marquez, Maria Marcus, Len Maser, Otto Mendoza, Gladys Mendoza, Sammy Menesses, Rudy McCullough, Kim Mclntyre, Kris Millard, Liz Minjarez, Jerry Milam Russell Sheila Rosen studies with a smile. Personalities 239 Eighth-Grade Accepted By Student Body Molina, Dolores Molina, Theresa Morales, Margie Morales, Pedro Morton, Cody Mueller, Ted Munoz, Frank Murillo, Lupe Murillo, Pat Murillo, Kathy Murguia, Carlos Natale, Gina Navarrette, Elena Neill, Denise Nicholson, Richard Norman, Patricia Nunez, Gilbert O'Brien, Jamie 240 Personalities 'B'-0 Cynthia Kelsey awaits her report card in Mrs. Beker's class A fbx- 1 .1-Aff 1'5" ,W 'Q 3 A V 4 r 4 x X f Olivares, Maria Olivas, Jessie Orozco, Ruben Pacheco, Alicia Pannell, Keith Pastrana, Laura Patterson, Bonnie Paz, Marcos Perea, Laura Perez, Ana Perez, Gilbert Perez, Susana Pina, Jesus Portillo, Leticia Portillo, Lena Prats, Mary Puga, Juan Ramirez, Edward Ramos, Carlos Ramos, Manuel Ramos, Mary Raunam, Kathy Reason, Robert Rejon, Rebecca Cynthia Butterworth waits for her first quarter report card. Personalities 241 l Retana, Daniel Reyes, Jessie Reynolds, Jerry Rios, Mary Alice Rivera, Bill Roby, Justin Rodriguez, Johnny Rodriguez, Rosa Linda Rodriguez, Silvia Rojas, Arturo Rojas, Marie Rojas, Terri Romero, Larry Rosas, Abe Rosas, Robbie Rosales, Gudalupe Rosales, Inocencio Rosen, Sheila Ruano, Manuel Rubio, David Ruiz, Laura Quintana, Patricia Quintero, Consuelo Saenz, Martin Salazar, Adalberto Salazar, Alma Salazar, Debra Salazar, Frank Salcido, Eva Salcido, Ida Salcido, Lorenzo Salcido, Rosa M. Saucedo, Carlos Sandoval, Socorro Seal, Brett Silva, Delia Silva, Enrique Skelton, Jeff Smith, Danny Solorzano, Gilbert Somers, Elias 242 Personalities Eighth-grader pours assignment. Sommerville, Sherri Spade, Mary H. Swafford, Terri Tabor, Brad Tafoya, Tony Tonche, Florida Torres, David Torres, Luis Torres, Raquel Torres, Sylvia Tran, LeThu Tyner, Sabrina over a social studies Valdez, Marisa Valdivez, Leticia Vargas, Gloria Vargas, Gloria Vargas, Victor Vasquez, Beatriz Vasquez, Lupe Vega, Enrique Venegas, Victor Vera, Joe Vickers, Greg Villa, Nora Villanueva, Laura Personalltles 243 Walker, Bernard Williams, Cissy Williams, David Wood, Harris Yanez, Adrian Ybarra, Esperanza Zamarripa, Irene Zamarripa, Juan Zamudio, Irma Zotz, Cindy Zuniga, Tina Medina, Maria Cindy De La Torre completes an English assignment. 244 Personalities Eighth-Graders To Start High School L ft Q! . W 'V in -C' S, KW. v 't 5 Vg, I l Spur Salutes Assistant Principal Bill Burnside 1 E RA PASS - HIGH HOOLS EL TEACHERS" 1 INITIALS I by periods 1 NAME .... -- . -..---- ...... -... - --- ......... .... . . ..... i L Fifst Grade Room No. 0 .- .... - ...... - 1 Days 1 15-2-25-3-35-4-45-5-6-7-8-9-10 1 ,,,,, 6431, 1 Absen . ' K i lll s h 2 P , c ool 3 Vp Tardy Parent's Permission 4 .-..-. .... .. orking Sifjzl.- ..... - 5 Nm- 1 ff X 1 s ExcUsED jliiiusian 8 """""""'4"' 1 Storeroom stock No. 10740 eporting Teacher's Signature For his record as teacher and ad- ministrator and his effect on the at- mosphere of the school, the members of the Spur staff dedicate this year- book to Assistant Principal Bill Burnside. Mr. Burnside has been an assistant principal here since 1971. His associ- ation with this school began in 1963 as a social studies teacher. He lifts weights, collects WWII me- morabelia, and reads military history literature. PICTURE ONE: The familiar WB signature is readily recognized and sometimes forged by the more desperate and daring student. PI T TURE TWO: Mr. Burnside relaxes in hisfm 'c between student conferences, LA A X' nl? T . ' ff M Pr WJ if W' 3 IV is " 9 ii 110313 J mi! Xxyx qi,-JJT QWMIL ,QL W6 sf it 'M ffv' ,safmg lf . XIV' A I ' 9 Billy I U9 PersonQ'i-tigslc 245 ffl SENI ORS ABOUD, DEBBIE 193 ACOSTA, ANITA 99, 193 ACUNA, SANDRA 193 AGUILLAR, HECTOR 193 AIKMAN, TED 104, 193 Art Honor Society, Art Department, Lab Manager ALCALA, GEORGINA 193 ALMANZA, SYLVIA 83, 89, 91, 193 ALVA, YOLANDA 69, 72, 193 ALVARADO, LUIS 109, 122, 123, 193 Eighth Grade Basketball, B-team Basketball, Track, Basketball Letterman ANTUNEZ, HUMBERTO 123, 193 ARMENDARIZ, FRANK 193 All-State Wrestler, Varsity Football, Student Coun- cilman-at-Large, Varsity Track AYALA, BLANCA 93, 193 D.E., E.E.C.A. Secretary, Intermediate Orchestra AYALA, ROSARIO 193 BALDERRAMA, AURORA 193 BARCENAS, ROBERT 193 BARRAZA, CONSUELO 193 Yell Leader, Girls Major Sports, Basketball "Miss Spirit, "Student Council BARNO, MARK 193 BARRAGAN, MARGIE 193 BERNAL, LIONEL 193 BERRY, CINDY 54, 73, 115, 193 "A Choir, Spring Fiesta Princess, Student Council, Varsity Cheerleader BETANCOURT, MANNY 193 BOWINGTON, TIM 78, 103, 109, 134, 165, 193 BROCKMOLLER, ELISA 95, 193 BROTHERS, MIKE 94, 193 BURROLA, SYLVIA 95, 193 D.E., D,E.C.A., Art Honor Society F.T.A. BURTON, TOM 89, as, 90, 91, 193 CALDERON, PEGGY 193 B-team Basketball, Major Sports Club, V.O.E, CALDERON, TERRY 99, 193 CALDERON, YOLANDA 99, 193 CAMP, RICHARD 194 CAMPOS, RICHARD 194 CAMPOS, VERONICA 94, 194 National Honor Society, Art Honor Society, F.T.A. CANALES, PATRICIA 84, 99, 75, 194 CANO, SYLVIA 78 caan, STEP1-1AN1E 94, 103, 1945R,L51 Who's Who, National Honor Society, Select Scholar's Honor Roll CARRENO, LUIS 194 CARRENO, MARGIE 194 CARUTHERS, DAWN 95, 96, 197, 194 CASTELLI, ALICIA 194 CASTORENA, ALVARO 194 CASTRO SOCORRO 104 CHAPMAN, JOHN 59, 103, 109, 134, 105 CHAVEZ, BRIGITTE 51, 194 Basketball Sweetheart, French Club CHAVEZ, LISA 52, 53, 57, 77, 79, 79, 115, 192, 194 Spring fiesta Queen, Tiger Mascot, All-State Choir, Most Beautiful First Runner-up CLAY, CHARLES 194 CONTES, HECTOR 194 CORBIN, ARTHUR 194 CORTES, HECTOR 194 CORTES, SERGIO 194 CROSSLAND, DAMON 109, 134, 136, 153, 160, 194 CUARON, DOUG 85, 194 Tatler Photographer DALY, HECTOR 104 DE JONG, ALEJANDRO 194 DE LA ROSA, HENRY 158, 160, 194 Basketball Captain, Junior Favorite, National Junior Honor Society, Lettermans's Club DEAN, DAVID 134 DEL TORO, THOMAS 43, 111, 195 Sophomore Class President, Student Council Sena- tor, Head Student Trainer, Lion's Club Optimist Award Winner DEL, TORO, FERNANDO 195 DELGADILLO, SERGIO 134, 136, 195 DELGADO, EDUARDO 195 DELGADO, RUDY 195 DIAZ, MARIA 99 DILLON, COLLEEN 55, 195 DOMINGUEZ, ISABEL 195 DUGGAN, CHARLOTTE 40, 195 DUNCAN, JOHN 96, 195 EDMONSON, SARAH 69, 71, 72, 94, 195 Varsity Band, Band Sweetheart, Stage Band, Nation- al Honor Society EKERY, STEFANIE 195, 200 National Junior Honor Society, F.T.A., German Club, Principal's Honor Roll ELIAS, TERRELIA 195 National Junior Honor Society, German Club, Varsi- ty Tennis, Who's Who ELLIOTT, DIANE 94, 195 246 Index ENRIQUEZ, VICTOR 123, 195 Student Council, Varsity Basketball, Letterman's Club, B-team Basketball Captain ERIVEZ, SEFERINO Varsity Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, B-team Basketball Captain ESPINOZA, BLANCA 168, 195 Varsity Cheerleader, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Art Honor Society ESPINOZA, MAGDALENA 99, 115, 195 FISHER, JAMIE 94, 195 National Honor Society President, Letterman's Club, Varsity Tennis, Tatler FLORES, DANIEL 109, 147, 195 FLORES, MARIA 99, 195 FLORES, RAFAEL 109, 156, 195, 160 FLORES, TITA 69, 71, 72, 78, 195 Varsity Band President, Stage Band Librarian, Or- chestra, Student Council Senator FOX, WILLIAM 78, 79, 195 FRANCO, MIKE 195 FROST, TIF 195 PUENTES, HUGO 195 GADDY, MATTHEW 195 GALINDO, CHRISTINA 195 F.T,A., F.H.A., Mexican-American Club, Gymnastics Team, GARACHANA, PATRICIA 60, 78, 195 D.E., D.E.C.A., "A" Choir GARCIA, DANIEL 94 GARCIA, FELIPA 195 National Junior Honor Society Secretary, Who's Who, Student Council, Honor Roll GARCIA, MARIANNE 195 GARCIA, MARIO 109, 134, 195 Varsity Football, Varsity Track, B-team Football, Freshman Track GARDEA, RALPH 195 GASCA, ELIZABETH 195 GAVALDON, ALBERT 94, 195 GAYTAN, JOEL 109, 134, 199 GEHRING, HOLLY 94, 105 National Junior Honor Society, National Honor Soci- ety Secretary, Varsity Tennis, Student Council Sena- tor GILL, ROSE 54, 166, 195 Varsity Volleyball All-District, Baseball Sweetheart, Spring Fiesta Princess, Girls Major Sports GOLDBERG, MINDY Most Beautiful Second Runner-up, Cheerleader 8th, 9th, and 10th GOLDFARB, JANICE 20, 195 GOMEZ, MARIA ISABEL 195 GOMEZ, MARY HELEN 95, 195 GONZALEZ, ALAN 109, 134, 195 GONZALEZ, ELOISE 78, 195 GONZALEZ, GABRIELA 105, 190 GONZALEZ, LINDA 195 GOODMAN, LINDA 195 Spanish Club, Principle's Honor Roll GOODMAN, CATHLENE 94, 195 National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Soci- ety, Creative Arts Magazine, Bicentennial Writing Contest Second Place GORDON, BILLY 90, 91, 156, 195 GUERRERO, HECTOR 20 GUILLEN, LORENZO 109, 134, 143, 147, 196 GUTIERREZ, ROSARIO 95, 196 HAGA, ELIZABETH 21, 107, 196 HARDIE, LESLIE 94, 196 HENDERSON, EMMA 196 HERNANDEZ, ELIZABETH 196 HERNANDEZ, MIKE 109, 134, 196 Student Council Representative, Letterman's Club, Varsity Football, Mexican-American Club HERNANDEZ, YOLANDA, 99, 196 HERRERA, MARIA 196 HIDALGO, SANDRA 87, 89, 91, 94, 196 National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Soci- ety, Military Ball Princess, Drill Team Sweetheart HINTON, ROBERT 109, 196 Varsity Football, All-District Track, Spring Fiesta MC HINTON, STEVE 103, 104, 191, 196 Speech and Drama Club, Art Honor Society, Creative Arts Magazine HODSON, SHIRLEY 100, 196 HOLGUIN, HUMBERTO 196 HORCASITAS, ALEJANDRO 196 JACOBS, CAROL 94, 196 National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Soci- ety, Tennis Captain, Tennis Sweetheart JUAREZ, RUBEN 196 JUAREZ, YONE 74, 75, 99, 199 V.O.E., Orchestra Secretary JURADO, JAMES 29, 78, 104, 196 Varsity Choir, Art Honor Society KASNER, MICHAEL 69, 72, 196 KELL, BERTHA 99, 196 KELL, JULIE 196 Student Council Representative, F.T,A., Principal's Select Honor Roll KERN, WILLIAM 109, 196 KERR, WILLIAM 196 KILLE, SALVADO 196 KORY, GEORGE 196 LEDESMA, JORGE 88, 90, 91 LICON, ROBERT 109, 196 All-Regional Swimmer, Swim Team Captian, Princi- pal's Honor Roll, District Runner-up 100-yd.Fly LOOK, GENEVA 196 LOPEZ, DORA 196 LOPEZ, LETICIA 72, 196 LOPEZ, OSCAR 196 LOZADA, MARCO ANTONIO 196 LIJAN, STEVE 109, 134, 195 MARANTO, JANICE 42, 54, 56, 59, 94, 115, 196 Varsity Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen, Who's Who, Tatler Co-Editor MARTINEZ, ENRIQUE 196 MARTINEZ, JOSEFINA 99, 196 MARTINEZ, MARIA 78, 196 MARTINEZ, MERCEDES 98, 196 MASER, ELMA 68, 72, 99 MAWSON, EDWARD 196 MCCOY SUSAN 197 MCALMON, ELIZABETH 109, 168, 197 MCCORD, CINDY 197 MCGREGOR, MALCOLM 197 MELENDEZ, DELIA 50, 54, 115, 197 MELGAR, LUZ 197 MENDEZ, JOSE 197 MERWORTH, HOLLY 197 MERWORTH, TRACEY 297 MIER, MELISSA 197 MITCHELL, CHARLES 73, 109, 134, 143, 147, 197 MOLINAR, MARY 99, 197 MONTIEL, LUZ 197 MONTOYA, CELIA 108 MONTOYA, JOSE 197 MORALES, RAMON 197 MORALES, ROBERTO 109, 134, 197 MOREZANO,LYDIA 168, 197 MORETTO, SUSAN 38, 197 F.H.A.Secret.ary-Treasurer, FHA City Representa- tive, Senior Yell Leader, P1-incipa1's Honor Roll MORRADO, RICHARD 69, 71, 72, 197 MOWAD, PAULA 20, 197 MOWLES, MOIRA 197 MOYA, ERNESTO 197 MUELA, HECTOR 134, 192, 197 MURILLO, BERTHA 130 MURILLO, ROSEMARY 99, 197 NANIEZ, JAIME 38, 42, 94, 197 NANEZ, OLGA 197 NEVAREZ, ARMIDA 197 NEVAREZ, JOSEPH 42, 38, 78, 109, 123, 197 Freshman Favorite, Student Council Senator, Basket- ball Letterman, "A" Choir NGUYEN, PHUC 198 NICKEY, DONNA 20, 198 NORMAN, VICTOR 109, 156, 157, 198 Cross-Country Letterman, Track Letterman, All- State Cross-Country, Who's Who NUNEZ, MARTHA 198 0"CONNOR, DAVID 198 OCHOA, RAMON 109, 123, 198 OCHOA, SALLY 198 OLIVARES, JOSE 198 OLIVAS, ROBERTO 109, 198 OLIVE, ANDREW 109, 198 OLSON, LLOYD 198 OPPENHEIMER, ELIZABETH 20, 94, 198 ORNDORFF, CHARLES 198 ORONA, ORLANDO 109 ORTEGA, RAMON 95, 198 ORTIZ, GABRIEL 109, 198 Eighth-Grade Football, Eighth-Grade Basketball, Swim Team ORTIZ, JOSE 199 PATTERSON, CHARLES 71, 72, 198 PATTON, DENNIS 198 PEDROZA, PATRICIA 78, 87, 89, 91, 198 Varsity Choir, Varsity Drill Team, Ofiicer's Club PEREZ, RAMON 71, 72, 198 PITCHFORD, PAMELA 198 PRATS, ELENA 198 PROVENCIO, ELAINE 198 PUENTES, MARTHA 99, 198 RAMIREZ, JUAN 198 RAMIREZ, MARK 198 RAMIREZ, REBECCA 198 RAMIREZ, VICTOR 29, 198 RAMIREZ, PORFIRIO 109, 123, 198 RASCON, MARIA 74, 75, 100, 198 National Junior Honor Society, Orchestra Sweet- heart, F.T.A., orchestra President RATHBUN, JANE 42, 94, 198 REIQUAM, PETER 104, 105, 198 Art Honor Society President RIVAS, CARLOS 198 RIVERA, SERRANO, BELEN 72 SHUTES, KATHRYN 95, 200 SIDRANSKY, DAVID National Junior Honor Society, Computer Seminar, Scholastic Jac t W' ner, Chess Club 4 5 1 Q 7' . gotzlmleg ,54, 64447014 fe, SIFUENTES, ADELINA 99 SIFUENTES, ALBERTO 200 SIFUENTES, FRANK 109, 134, 158, 159, 200 Varsity Baseball Captain, Varsity Football Captain. Principal's Honor Roll, Letterman's Club SIFUENTES, RICARDO 109, 156, 158, 160, 200 SOI-IN, LESLIE 74, 94, 106, 200 Who's Who, Creative Arts Magazine Editor, Spring Fiesta Mistress of Ceremonies, Orchestra Concert Mistress STEPHENS, NANCY JO 78 STOCKMEYER, JUAN 95, 200 STRELITZ, SUSAN National Junior Honor Society, Orchesis, Student Council Senator, Stage Band TARIN, ALBERT 200 TARIN, ARMANDO 109, 160, 200 TORRES, TORRES, TORRES, ALFREDO 97, 200 DAVID 99 ELIZABETH 200 TORRES, LETICIA 200 TORRES, MIKE 200 TORRES, PATRICIA 200 TRIGOYEN, GIL 200 TREJO, ROSAELENA 200 TRILLO, ARTHUR 78, 109, 111, 134, 200 Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Golf, Varsity Football, Varsity Choir VALADEZ, ARMANDO 109, 123, 134 VALADEZ, RAFAEL 90, 91, 200 VANDERTULIP, LOUISE 94 VELASQUEZ, ORLANDO 200 VEYTIA, LAURA 20, 54, 107, 200 Spring Fiesta Duchess, Student Council Senator, Ju- nior Favorite, Select Honor Roll VILLANUEVA, EDMUNDO 200 VIJIL, DAVID 68, 71, 72, 200 WALKER, MARY 107, 200 WERTHMANN, JOSEPH 109, 156, 197, 200 WILLIAMS, DANIEL 69, 71, 200 ZABRISKIE, LIBBY 200 ZACOUR, NADINE 38, 200 National Junior Honor Society, Senior Class Secre- tary ZARAZUA, ESTELA 200 ZARZOSA, SYLVIA 115, 168, 200 ZIMMERMAN, MARK Varsity Wrestling, Letterman's Club, Creative Arts Magazine J UNI ORS Abernethy, Charles 31, 88, 90, 91, 202 Aboud, David J. 202 Acevedo, Francisca 87, 89, 91, 202 Acosta, Frank D. 202 Acosta, Leticia M. 202 Addis, Diane E. 100 Aguilar, Cynthia 61, 78, 87, 89, 91, 202 Aguilar, Raul 134, 202 Aguilar, Sandra 202 Alcala, Liliana 202 Alonzo, Diana Y. 202 Alva, Irma 38, 167, 202 Alvarado, Oscar 109, 123, 124, 201 Alvarado, Rita 130, 202 Alvarez, Miguel 202 Amaya, Andy D. 109, 134, 136, 158, 160, 202 Araujo, Robert L, 202 Armendariz, Frank 109, 143, 147 Avila, Bertha 100, 106, 202 Baca, Frances 167, 202 Baca, Laura A. 202 Baca, Yolanda I. 202 Balderrama, Francisco 202 Barragan, Trina L. 98, 202 Barron, Gabriel 202 Basaldua, David, 202 Bedoya, Arlene 69, 72, 220 Bennett, Richard 202 Blaugrund, Emily A. 81, 82, 110, 191, 202, 254 Blaugrund, Stuart E. 202 Bohne, Laura E. 95 Borunda, Rosalinda 202 Bostick, Christine L. 71, 72, 202 Bustamante, Daniel R. 202 Bustos, Lorraine 202 Butler. Jay 74, 110, 123 Butterworth, Charles H. 202 Cadena, Rose Marie 98, 202 Caire, Connie CMarial C. 74, 98, 202 Campos, Carolina R. 87, 89, 91, 203 Campos, Irma 98 Campos, Luis R. 71, 203 Canales, Javier G. 203 Carbajal Gerald 203 Cardenas, Martha E. 42 Cardenas, Martin R. 71, 72, 203 Carrillo, Irene 203 Casavantes, Judy C. 203 Ceniceros, Edwardo 203 Centena, Moises 143, 147, 203 Chavez, Annette 203 Chavez, Dolores M. 203 Chavez, Lourdes 203, 166 Chew, Stephen M. 203 Christopher, Tony 203 Cintron, Maria A. 203 Corona, Luz E. 130, 203 Corona, Ruth l, 74, 75 Coronado, Patricia 98, 203 Coverty, Jr., James L. 123 Cox, Belenda 203 Crouse, Monica 203 Curlin, Tom 134, 204 Cyr, Sandra 107, 204 Davenport, Nancy L. 95, 110 Davidson, Denise 168, 204 De La Torre, Cecilia A. 69, 72, 204 Degazon, Leo 204 De Jong, Alejandro 204 Del Toro, Ruben 109, 158, 204 Delgado, Bertha A. 204 Delgado, Eduardo 204 Diaz, Blanca 204 Dixon, Debra 130, 153, 156, 157, 204 Dominguez, Aurora 116, 204 Douglas, Dora 204 Duggan, Robert S. 204 Duncan, Anne 41 Duran, Juan 143, 147, 204 Duran, Mike 204 Duran, Victor 204 Duran, Oscar 204 Espinoza, Becky 42, 204 Estrada, Inez A, 205 Estradam, Ubez 205 Fabel, Fidel 205 Fematt, Belen 81, 98, 166, 205, 254 Ferguson, Joy E, 72, 105 Fernandez, Juan 72 Fierro, Denise 105 Flores, Javier 90, 95 Fraire, Lilia L. 205 Franco, Gustavo 134, 136, 205 Frais, Edward L. 74, 109, 134, 205 Galaviz, Loretta D. 157, 205 Galvan, Estella 205 Garcia, Carlos R. 205 Garcia, Felipa F. 205 Garcia, Martin 205 Gill, Maragaret A. 98, 159, 166, 205 Ginn, Michael Stephen 71, 72, 205 Gomez, Margarita 205 Gomez, Silvia 98 Gonzalez, Emily 205 Gonzalez, Gauthier 109, 134, 205 Gonzalez, Judy A, 74, 75, 205 Gonzalez, Maria 157, 205 Gonzalez, Rebecca 205 Gonzalez, Saul 72, 205 Gonzalez, Sylvia 205 Guard, Alan 103, 205 Guerrero, Maria S. 205 Guillen, Virginia 205 Guillen,-Moreno, Esther 91 Guzman, Fernando B, 205 Haddad, Mary F. 205 Haddad, Racy 27, 68, 72, 77, 78, 79, 204, 205 Hamid, Zifin 205 Hanks, Chuck 205 Harp, Nora 72, 95, 205 Harris, Becky 89, Hecker, Arthur 205 Heins, Andy 205 Hermosillo, Teresa 98, 205 Hernandez, Carlos 143, 147 Hernandez, Leticia 98 Hernandez, Marcos 71, 72 Hernandez, Rebecca 74 Hernandez, Teresa 98 Hernandez, Teresa 98 Herrera, Jorge A. 134 Hervella, Patricia Hicks, Dennis 78, 79 Huffman, Carl Holguin, Elva 84 Holland, Gil Howell, Madeline 77, 78, 79, 108 Huerta, Luis Huerta, Ricardo Hurtado, Oscar lbarbo, Reymundo Ituarte, Martha 88, 87, 89 Jackson, Laura 104, 107, 206 Jacques, Cindy 20, 77, 78, 110, 206 Jaso, Elizabeth 206 Jimenez, Blanca Jordan, Linda 116, 170, 168, 206 Jordan, Vivian 102, 206 Juarez, Elizabeth 87, 89, 91, 206 Kaim, Iris 78, 104, 105, 110, 206 Kandel, Elaine 206 Kandel, Eva 206 Kasner, Helene 206 Kayser, John 206 Koehler, Thomas 134, 136, 206 Kory, Margret 206 Kupfer, Debby R. 81, 104, 100, 206, 256 Lawrence, Albert Leal, Alex 77, 78, 79, 206 Lepe, Sandra 206 Levy, Carolyn 206 Lloyd, Donald 91, 103, 206 Lopez, Daniel 95, 102, 206 Lopez, Fernie 158, 159, 206 Lovelady, Frances 72, 206 Lozano, Francisco 88, 90, 207 Luevano, Raul 90, 91 Luevano, Raymundo 109, 111, 134, 207 Macias, Guadalupe 207 Macias, Herlinda 98, 130, 166, 207 Malone, Danny 41, 207 Malooly, Kathy 20, 207 Mares, Tricia 84, 85, 207 Martinez, Angie 167, 207 Martinez, Irene, 207 Martinez, Susan 98, 207 Maser, Cinthia 98, 207 Maser, Maria 98, 207 Matamoros, Javier 72 Mathews, Stanley 207 Meehan, Kim 95, 207 Melendez, Belen 95, 96, 97 Montoya, Annabel 144 Morales, Guadalupe 69, 72 Moreno, Manuel 123, 134 Nanez, Margarita 157 Nanez, Olga 97 Natale, Rozzana 98, 100 Neil, Kyle 72 Nevarez, Roberto 38, 42, 110 Nunez, Julieta 78 Olivar, Noemi 198 Olivares, Romelia 98 Ontiveros, 144 Ortiz, Rosa 98 Ortiz, Sylvia 38, 68, 69, 72, 81, 103, 207, 254 Pastrana, Arturo 84, 85, 111 Pedroza, Bernadett 87 Perez, Carlos 71, 72, 207 Perez, Carlos 134, 207 Perez, Ruben 109, 134, 207 Plaza, Andrea 42, 81, 82, 110, 170, 254 Porras, Ramon 208 Provencio, Jaime 208 Puentes, Manuel 208 Puga, Agustin 156, 208 Quintana, Jesus 208 Ramirez Cecila 208 Ramirez: Jay 71, 205, 208 Ramirez, Luz 88, 89, 91, 208 Ramirez Mary 104, 208 Ramirez Pedro 208 Ramirez, Rebecca 77, 78, 98, 208 Ramirez, Sal 208 Ramos, Jesus 208 Rayas, Mike, 98, 208 Reyes, Arturo 134, 208 Reyes, Maria 87, 89, 91, 208 Reyes, Marina 98, 208 o berts, Melanie 50, 55, 57, 68, 72, 74, 208 Robinson, oger , Rodriguez, Ernesto 71, 72, 208, 210 Rojas, Maby 208 Romo, Lilly 208 Rojas, Lvis, 120, 208 Ronquillo, Carlos 123, 124, 208 Rosales, Patricia 89 Rosas, Luis 102, 208 Rosen, Donna 20, 208 Salas, Maggie 208 Salazar, Antonio 208 Salazar, Antonio 208 Sanchez, David 71, 78, 79, 208 Sanchez, Leonardo 208 Sanchez, Leonardo 208 Sarabia, Cruz 98 Saucedo, Raquel 208 Scanlon, Michael 41, 111, 134, 208 Schwarzbach, Jim 81, 85, 208, 256 Simone, Lori 170, 208 Smith, Miles 208 Smith, Bobby 109, 134, 208 Sohn, Luanne 208 Solis, Sylvia 208 Solorzano, Maria 208 Soto, Antonio 109, 134, 208 Soto. Irma 87, 88, 89, 91, 98, 208, Stafford, Michelle 208 Stapleton, Susan 152 Strelitz, Susan 42, 71, 208 Swafford, Ralph 209 Tafoya, Norma 98, 209 Tarin, Estela 130, 166 Index 247 Tarin, Irene 166, 209 Tavera, Rene 209 Thompson, Judith 106, 209 Torres, Elizabeth 72 Torres, Hector 123 Torres, Ignacio 209 Torres, Oscar 123, 209 Tovar, Karen 20, 40, 72, 102, 201, 209, Tovar, Nora 209 Tromer, Kennith 209 Truman, Angela 85, 103, 209 Tu, Nu 209 Uecker, Sherri 77, 78, 110, 209 Ugarte, Edward 209 Valsdez, Carmen 89, 209 Vargas, Maria 209 Vasquez, Fernando 209 Vasquez, Rosalba 209 Vasquez, Enesto 209 Veytia, George 209 Veytia, George 209 Vilardell, Susie 85, 103 Villa, Nancy 50, 104, 152, 153 Villalobos, Isela 209 Villalobos, Yolanda 81, 89, 98, 209 Villalva, Ricardo 100, 157, 209 Villareal, Javier 210 Villareal, Jorge 210 38 Villareal, Letty 42, 72, 104, 105, 110, 116, 210 Villareal Jr., Adolfo 103, 210 Ward, Joyce 74, 210 Wardy, Abraham 210 Welch, Ronny 98, 210 White, Timothy 210 Yanez, Arcelia 210 Ybarra, Petra 210 Zabriskie, Elizabeth 191 Zacour, Paul 109, 165, 210 Zarzosa, Concepcio 116, 170, 210 Zubiate, Elizabeth 74, 110, 210 Zuniga, Terry 38, 110, 210 SOPH OM ORES Abdou, Robert 111, 134, 212 Abrego, Elizabeth Abrego, Robert 212 Acosta, Blanca Acosta, Mary 212, 153, 167 Acosta, Olga 212 Acosta, Raymundo 212 Acuna, Irma 117, 157, 211, 212, 170 Adjemian, Israel 109, 212 Adjemian, Michael 123 Agan, Charles 212 Aguilar, Eduardo Aguirre, Gerado 90, 212 Aikman, Timothy 212 Alcaca, John 212 Alcantar, Toni 212 Almanza, Laurencio Alva, Martha 212 Alvarado, Lawrence 165, 212 Alvarado, Sandra 166, 212 Alvarado, Sandra 212 Anzures, Sandra 212 Arias, Antonio212 Arias, Arturo 102 Arredondo, Edna 78, 87, 88, 89 Arredondo, Raul 212 Arreola, Hugo 212 Arroyo, Charles 93, 212 Asbell, Helen 212 Avila, Jorge 212 Avina, Ricardo Ayala, Sandra 76, 85, 212 Ayoub, Terry 212 Ayub Richard 71, 72, 212 Baca, Gustavo 212 Baca, Oscar 212 Balderrama, Arturo 212 Bargman, Roberta 144, 212 Barno, Kathryn 153, 212 Barragan, Hortencia 212 Barragan Martin 120 Barron, Inez 72 Barron, Maria 212 Beltran, Concepcion 87, 89, 170 Beltran, Patricia 27, 212 Bermudez, Olga 212 Betancis, Sandra 89 Brand, Susan Braun, Norah 212 Brennand, Kaylee 20, 212 Briones, Richard 212 Briseno, Martha 93, 107, 212 Brockmoller, Susan 212 Brown, Idalia 212 Brown, Rolf 78, 79, 212 Brown, Scott 213 Burrows, Lisa 93, 213 248 Index Bustos, Victor 147, 213 Caffery, Roberts 213 Caldera, Bertha 132, 153, 167, 221 Campos, Carole 103, 213, 221 Campos, Edwardo 90, 213 Campos, Esteban 38, 43, 93, 143, 147, 211 Cannales, Violeta 213 Carr, Michelle 213 Carrillo, Bernardo 71, 72 Casner, Carolyn 213 Castorena, Pedro 157, 213 Cazares, Jose 213 Cedillos, Issura 213 Ceniceros, Alma 89 Cervin, Phillip 120, 213 Chavira, Maria 213 Chavira, Rosario 89 Chiecchi, Eraldo 213 Chong, Kim 213 Clemente, Martha 72, 213 Cleveland, Austin 43, 191, 213 Coleman, John 93, 213 Colunga, Edward 213 Colunga, Richardo 213 Contreras, Guadelupe 313 Coppage, Don 120, 214 Corbin, John 214 Cordova, Annette 38, 93, 107, 214 Cornwall, Christine 93 Corona, Susana 72 Coronado, Jose 214 Correa, Soledad 214 Cortes, Ricardo 214 Cowan, Patricia 214 Deavenport, Robert 214 De Jong, Leonor 214 De Jong, Maria 214 De La Torre Larry 71, 72, 214 De Anda, Jeanette 72, 214 Del Avellano, Diana 170 Delgadillo, Miguel 90, 214 Delgadillo, Sylvia 87, 89, 214 Delgado, Eduardo Delgado, Ernest 69, 90 Degado, Jose 214 Delgado, Patricia 214 Dixon, Eric Dominguez, Samuel 72 Duarte, Ricardo 215 Duran, Eduardo 120, 215 Duran, Irma 88, 89, 215 Eisenberh Ellen 215 Dkery, Leon 72, 215 Enriguez, George 215 Eriquez, Linda Enriquez, Michelle 215 Espindola, Joseph 156, 215 Esquibel Daniel 215 Etheridge, Charles 99, 190, 215 Fabela, Fidel Facio Donna 215 Favela, Victor 215 Fematt, Rafael 215 Fernandez, Maria 215 Harris, Yvonne 216 Hartgraves, Janet 72, 216 Hernandez, Alfredo 216 Hernandez, Jose 143, 216 Hernandez, Rosamaria 166 Hernandez, Shirley Herrera, Matilde 216 Herrera, Raul 216 Hinajosa, Luis 216 Hinson, Mary 216, 219 Holguin, Danny 158, 216 Hoy, Steve 216 Hughes, John 216 Jimarez, Evangelina 216 Johnson, Saul 216 Jurado, Antonio 216 Kell, Patricia 216 Kelsey, William 72, 216 King, Jamie 216 Kinsey, JoAnn 216 Klinkenberg, Donald 216 Kolster, John 216 Lauritzen, Cina 216 Lerner, Kenneth 103, 214, 216 Licano, Mario 90, 216 Licon, David 216 Lomeli, Rose 216 Lopez, Armando 216 Lopez, Antanacio 216 Lopez, Frank 216 Lopez, Sandra 216 Fierro, Debra 132 Flores, Arturo 74, 88, 156 Flores, Fernando 215 Flores, Joseph 38, 43, 107, 215 Flores, Laurencia 215 Flores, Louis 215 Flores, Mark 215 Flores, Mark 215 Flores, Moises 215 Flores, Rowena 72, 215 Flynn, Ken 215 Franco, Sergio 102, 215 Francione, Kathlene 102, 215 Fry, Yvette 27, 215 Gaddy, Margy 215 Garcia, Christy 103, 215 Garcia, Eli 90, 215 Garcia, Leticia 153, 215 Garcia, Miguel 215 Garcia Patricia 61, 87, 89, 215 Garcia Raquel 72, Garibay Antonio 59, 215 Gill, Bertha 43, 55, 167, 190, 191, 215 Gillm, Valerie 43, 193, 215 Gilmer, Allen 32, 81, 85, 90, 91, 215, 256 Giron, Fernando 215 Gomez, Alicia 215 Lovelady, Stephen 93, 216 Lozano, Manuel 216 Lozano, Frank 216 Lumberas, Particia 216 Lyons, Craig 217 Macias, Danny 143, 147, 217 Macias, Robert 217 Maddux, Brian 31, 74, 90, 93, 217 Malooly, Paul 217 Mandock, Kelly 217 Marcee, Randie 217 Marin, Imelda 217 Marquez, Javier 109, 123, 126, 217 Martinez, Jorge 217 Martinez, Pedro 217 Martinez, Raul 157, 217 Martinez, Camilo 143, 217 Maser, Elizabeth 177, McAlmon Ann 217 McCullough, Alison 217 Melgar, Luis 217 Melagar, Mario 217 Menchaca, Diana 217 Mendez, Sonia 102, 107, 217 Mendoza, Eddie 165 Mendoza, Sandra 217 Molina, Antonio 217 Molina, Rodolfo 218 Molinar, Albert 218 Molinar, Albert 128 Molinar, Sylvia 218 Mora, Fernando 143, 147, 161, 162, 218 Morales, Joe 218 Morales, Lourdes 218 Moreno, Henry 120, 218 Moss, Henry 218 Motes, Joseph 93, 107, 190, 218 Munoz, Illiana 218 Murguia, Teresita 132, 218 Murillo, Emily 218 Murillo, Rachel 85, Navarez, Jenny 218 Navarez, Nancy 218 Nieto, Raymond 90, 218 Norman, Cecilia 130, 218 0'Hara, Thomas 218 Ochoa, Jesus 31, 106, 218 Ocon, Lilia 218 O'Conner, Colleen 104, 107, 218 Olivas, Manuel 218 Olivas, Maria 218 Ontiveros, Carlos 218 Padilla, Adreana 218 Parsons, Earlyn 218 Pastrana, Robert 218 Patton, William 218 Payan, Patricia 72, 102. 218 Payen, Norma 72, 218 Perez, Arturo 90 Perez, Jacob 218 Gomez, Jorge 143 Gomez, Lourdes 215 Gomez, Maria Gomez, Susana 215 Gonzales, Arturo 102, 215 Gonzalez, Bobby 215 Gonzalez, Gerardo 215 Gonzalez, Rosa 215 Granados, Linda 215 Griffin Sarah 74, 108, 215 Gutierrez, Peter 216 Hardie, Patricia 216 Perez, Gilberto 72, 102 Pimentel, Ana 110, 218 Plaza, Marisusan 218 Pollard, Anita 218 Pope, Amy 85, 218 Portillo, Arturo 218 Portillo, Ernesto 218 Powell, Catherine 218 Provencio, Laura 78, 79 Provencio, Teresa 218 Puentes, Gloria 218 Quintana, Rosalinda 218 Bell J Ramirez, Bertha 87, 89, 91 Ramirez, Daniel 218 Ramirez, Jose 74, Ramirez, Luis 78, 143, 147, 219 Rangel, Celeste 219 Rangel, Freddy 219 Rangel, Nick 219 Rathbun, David 219 Reason, Karen 219 Reyes, Angela 89 Reyes, Marina 219 Ribail, Maria 219 Rivera, Carolos 219 Rivera, Julie 153, 219 Ribert, Jose 219 Roby, Dale Ross 219 Rodriguez, Arturo 158, 159, 219 Rodriguez, Gerado 219 Rodriguez, Gaudelupe 153, 167, 219 Rodriguez, Lydia 219 Rodriguez, Raquel 85, 219 Rodriguez, Steve 219 Rogers, Patricia 219 Romero, Bertha 219 Rosas, Rene 72, 219 Rosen, Robbie 38, 219 Ruiz, Benigno 219 Ruiz, Vanessa 93, 168, 108, 221 Saavedra, Melinda 219 Saenz, Leticia 220 Salazar, Beatriz 103, 167 Salazar, Elizabeth 87, 89, 220 Salcido, Leticia 93, 220 Salcido, Becky 117, 153, 220 Salmerson, James 220 Sanchez, Olga 220 Sanchez, Roberto 220 Sarabia, Cruz 220 Sarellana, Balentin 220 Saucedo, Debra 85, 220 Saucedo, Humberto 220 Saucedo, Rodolfo 220 Saucedo, Sandra 57, 59, 107, 117, 168 Scanlon, Mary 93, 168, 220 Schillinger, Kenneth 90, 220 Schwartz, Laura 27, 220 Scott, Caludia 220 Scott, Laura 220 Segoviano, Ricardo 220 Serrano, Susanna 72, 153, 220 Seyffert, Dolph uo, 220 Shaheen, Mary 220 Shipley, Jennifer 85, 103, 104, 220 Sias, Rodolfo 220 Sidransky, Judith 220 Slater, Lynn 93, 221 Smith, Laura 93, 221 Sobrino, Arthur 221 Solis, Anim 136, 167, 221 Solarzano, Margarita 221 Somers, Elizabeth 221 Sotelo, Martha 153, 167, 221 Stockmeyer, Ronald 31, 90 Swafford, Cheryl 221 Tafoya, Arturo 221 Tomor, Stacy 221 Torres, Rudy 221 Tovar, Gilbert 13, 221 Trillo, Bertha 221 Tugnon, Martha 221 Uribe, Elsa 117, 153, 221 Valdez, Evangeline 170, 221 Valdez, Maria 117, 221 Valdez, Victor 72, 221 Valdiviez, Robert 157, 221 Valenzuela, Jesus 221 Valenzuela, Laura 221 Vandertulip, Richard 221 Varela, Dolores 170, 221 Vazquez, Teresa 221 Velasco, Maria Elena 221 Velasquez, Guillermo 157 Venegas, Laura 71, 72, 221 Vilardell, William 221 Villanuela, Mario 126, 221 Wallace, Judy 93, 221 Werthmann, Virginia 221 White, Carrie 144, 221 Wiener, Jackie 190, 221 Williams, James 221 Zamora, Jose 221 Zarazua, Elsa 221 Zavala,Robert 221 Zimmerman, Lee 221 FRESHM EN Aboud, Janet, 223 Adame, Felix, 223 Adame, Maria, 223 Aguilar, Gloria 223 Aguilera, Yviana, 102, 223 Aguirre, Christopher 88, 104, 223 Aguirre, Diana, 223 Ahouse, Jeremy, 93, 223 Alaniz, Paul , 223 Albin, Blake, 143, 223 Albin, Peter, 147, 223 Aldaco, Rodolfo, 223 Alamares, Dolores, 132, 223 Amaya, Laura, 223 Araujo. Arellan Barbara, 132, 223 o, Gina, 170, 223 Armendariz, Corina, 223 Armenta, Virginia, 223 Armijo, Susan, 223 Arredondo, Ana, 223 Arredondo, Jorge, 223 Arreole, Adrian, 223 Arteaga, Joseph, 102, 223 Avila, Cynthia, 93, 132, 167, 223 Ayala, Gregory, 223 Baca, Rita, 74, 223 Baca, William, 223 Badillo, Tryna, 223 Baeza, Arthuro, 223 Baeza, Reyes, 223 Baeza, Sandra Luz, 223 Baker, Maria, 223 Balderrama, Carmen, 222 Baltier, Lourdes, 223 Barragan, Christina, 223 Barron, Cynthia, 118, 223 Barron, Irma, 223 Barron, Javier, 223 Barron, Letica, 223 Battah, Antonio, 223, 224 Bedoya, Amanda, 72, 223 Bedoya, Audery, 55, 72, 223 es 72 93 224 Enriquez, Javier, 226 Enriquez, Myrna, 226 Erbe, Margarita, 226 Erives, Mario, 226 Escandon, Rene, 143, 147, 226 Ekpinoza, Martha, 57, 170 Esquivel, Julio, 226 Estrada, Esther, 170, 226 Favela, Hector, 226 Favela, Rosa, 226 Fernandez, Juan, 72, 226 Fierrro, Edwardo, 226 Fierro, Stephen, 226 Flores, Barbara, 226 Flores, Patricia, 43, 70, 226, 170 Fulton, Ysella, 226 Gallegos, Debra, 89, 226 Garcia, Emma, 226 Garcia, Sandra, 226 Garcia, Oscar, 93, 226 Gardea, Manuel, 226 Garzon, Andy, 226 Gasca, Norma, 226 Gavim, Eddie, 226 Gavito, Jerry, 226 George, David, 226 Ginn, John, 266 Goeldner, Kathleen, 102, 226 Gomez, Enrique, 226 Gomez, Leticia, 161, 226 Gonzalez, Benjamin, 93, 226 Gonzalez, Jaime, 226 Gonzalez, Magdalena, 225, 227 Gonzalez, Marite, 227 Gonzalez, Sarah, 227 Griftin, Gerome, 227 Grumberger, Pamela, 93, 227 Guerrero, Ricardo, 227 Gutierrez, Lidia, 227 i 3-m 1 , i Bermudez, Robert, 224 Bernal, Ruben, 70, 90, 224 Betancis, Rodrigo, 101, 224 Blanco, Letica, 224 Blanco, Michael, 224 Boling, Ann, 93, 224 Bonilla, Johnny, 224 Borges, Lilia, 224 Borunda, Jesus, 224 Bradford, Rhonda, 224 Brand, Harry, 224 Breceda, Liliana, 224 Brennand, Beverly, 43, 107, 224 Brient, Samuel, 93, 224 Briseno, Graciela, 103, 224 Bustamante, Enrique, 224 Butler, Donna, 224 Caballero, David, 224 Cabello, Carlos 224, 156 Calderon, Alicia, 118, 222, 224 Camacho, Maria, 170, 224 Campos, Belia, 224 Campos, Rosario, 71, 72, 224 Canales, Violeta, 74 Guzman, Ruth, 227 Haddad, Marian, 227 Hall, George, 90, 227 Hantzopulos, Nicolos, 227 Hart, Charles, 31, 227 Hernandez Froylan, 88, 227 Hernandez, Hilda, 132, 227, 228 Hernandez, Lorraine, 132, 227, 228 Hernandez, Oscar, 227 Hernandez, Raul, 227 Hernandez, Sandra, 93, 130, 167, 227 Hernandez Victor, 227 Higareda, Maria, 227 Hinijosa, Aida, 227 Hinojos, Kimberley, 87, 89, 227 Hinojosa, Gabriel, 156, 227 Hirsch, Elaine, 106, 227 Hirsch, Judith, 106, 227 Hocking, William, 90, 227 Holguin, Becky, 102, 227 Holland, Sonia, 227 Huerta, Blanca, 227 Huerta, Salvador, 227 Hughes, James, 104 Ituarte, Alfredo, 90, 227 Cardenas, Jose, 71, 72, 224 Cardenas, Luz, 224 Carmona, Victor, 225 Carrillo, Enrique, 70, 225 Castillo, Adrian, 225 Cervin, Eddie, Chaidez, Jesus, 225 Cereceres, Alex, 225 Chapa, Rosa, 225 Chapman, Tim, 111, 225 Chavez, Alex, 225 Chavez, Luz, 130, 225 Chavez, Robert, 225 Chavez, Sandra, 70, 225 Chavez, Yvonne, 225 Chaviva, Gabriel, 225 Izauierdo, Jose, 227 Jamies, Hector, 227 Jimenez, Fernie, 227 Jordan, Victor, 227 Kandel, Sheila, 227 Kasner, Maxine, 227 Kerr, Virginia, 93, 118, 227 Kinsey, Robert, 147, 227 Koehler, Christine, 93, 102 Kolster, Alan, 227 Kranzthor, Cindy, 228 Kurita, Patiricia, 228 Landeros, Rigoberto, 228 Levy, Teresa, 72, 228 Comer, Harvey, 90 Compean, Jaime, 143, 147 Contreras, Veronica, 87, 89 Coverty, Adele, 102, 170 Dart, Charles, 225 Davidson, Douglas, 225 Davis, Natalie, 72, 225 Davis, Tommy, 93, 156, 225 De Anda, Carlos, 225 De La Torre, Lori, 226 Delgado, Guadalupe, 226 Delgado, Michael, 226 Diaz, Adolfo, 226 Diaz, Luis, 226 Diaz, Oscar, 226 Dominguez, Hilda, 72,226 Dominguez, Roberto, 226 Dominguez, Rosa, 226 Dominguez, Gloria, 70, 226 Donacio, Ricardo, 226 Duarte, Gabriel, 226 Duarte, Irma, 226 Duran, Lucia, 226 Edwards, Tim, 226 Emery, Lee, 93, 226 Licon, Caroline, 228 Licon, Patricia, 93, 228 Lloyd, Craig, 228 Lomeli, Jose, 228 Lopez, Eduardo, 228 Lopez, G erardo, 228 Lopez, Javier, 228 Lopez, V irginia, 20, 43, 71, Lozano, Graciela, 228 Luevano- Jaime, 228 Luevano, Gustavo, 228 Luevano, Sergio, 228 Luevano, Virginia, 228, 230 Lujan, Is abel, 228 Luna, Patricia, 78, 228 Macias, Martha, 133, 228 Macis, N orma, 228 Maes, Roberta, 228 Mares, A Marin, F Martinez nna, 130, 167, 228 rancisco, 229 , Leticia, 103, 229 Martinez, Linda, 229 Martinez, Martha 229 Martinez Martinez , Monica, 106, 229 , Patricia, 89 93. 102, 228 Index 249 Martinez, Rosario, 229 Martinez, Salvador, 229 Maser, Sylvia, 170, 229 McGregor, Robertson, 229 Rosales, Roberto, 232 Ruiz, Ernesto, 156, 232 Ruiz, Maria, 232 Sais, Rodolfo, 232 Mckinney, Erin, 229 Medina, Epifanio, 229 Medina, Marisela, 229 Madrano, Veronica, 132, 153, 229 Menchaca, Nancy, 76, 229 Mendez, Denise, 102, 229 Mendoza, Noemi, 229 Mestas, Bonnie, 229 Mestas, Bonnie, 229 Mestes, Chuy, 229 Molina, Fernando, 229 Molinar, Molinar, Marcos, 229 Martha 229 Molinar,Pearl, 229, 118 Montelongo, Josefina, 229 Montes, Morales, Morales, Morales, Alberto, 229 Carmen, 229 Jesus, 165, 229 Lilia, 229 Morales, Rosa, 299 Moreno, Moya, Y Jose, 229 olanada, 229 Salazar, Benigno, 232 Salazar, Estefana, 232 Salcido, Irene, 232 Salcido, Patricia, 232 Salcido, Veronica, 232, 72 Sanchez, David, 232 Sanchez, Gustavo, 232 Sanchez, Jesus, 232, 72 Sanchez, Jose, 232 Sanchez, Josefina, 232 Sanchez, Laudelia, 118, 232 Muela, Martha, 102, 165, 229 Munoz, Alberta, 229 Nanez, Jose Luis, 229 Navarro, Laura, 229 Nguyen Tung, 229 Nungaray, Alexander, 229, 230 Ochoa, Leticia, 229 Olivar, Oliver, 229 Olivas, Heriberto, 230 Orndorff, Mitchell, 101, 102, 230 Orona, Roberto, 230 Orozco, Juan, 230 Orquiz, Graciela, 230 Ortega, Estella, 102, 230, 132 Ortiz, Annabelle, 230 Ortiz, Mark, 230 Pantoja, Jose, 230 Parado, Abraham, 230 Paredes, Gina, 71, 72, 230 Parker, Marina, 89, 230 Parker, Rita, 89, 230 Patterson, Sylvia, 72, 230 Payan, Yolanda, 89, 230 Paz, Jorge, 230 Pearson, Robert, 230 Pena, Richard, 230 Peralta, Albert 90, 231 Pereza, Robert 90, 231 Perez, Domingo, 231 Perez, Fernando, 231 Perez, Robert, 231 Perez, Rosa, 231, 232 Pollard, Mary, 231 Pope, Barbara, '74, 231 Porras, Norma, 87, 231 Portillo, Norma, 231 Pratt, Melodi, 231 Prendergast, Lisa, 107, 231 Provencio, Laura, 231 Puga, Diana, 231 Ragland, Karl, 231 Ramirez, Lourdes, 74, 231 Ramirez, Martha, 231 Ramirez, Miguel, 231 Ramirez, Sally, 231 Ramirez, Teresa, 72, 231 Ramos, Leticia, 231 Ramos, Roberto, 231 Ramos, Terry, 231 Rangel, Oscar, 231 Rangel, Sergio, 231 Ratliff, John, 231 Raudry, Lucia, 231 Retana, Maria, 231 Reyes, Maria, 231 Reyes, Norma, 231 Reyna, Zita, 231 Ribail, Jose, 231 Richel, James, 231 Rivera, Amy, 231 Rivera, Cruz, 231 Rivera, Monica, 43, 93, 107, 118, 231 Rivera, Rosa, 231 Rocha, Letica, 231, 61 Rodelo, Rita, 231 Roderick, Edward, 231 Rodriguez, Arunlfo, 231 Rodriguez, Guadalupe, 231 Rodriguez, John, 231, 90 Rodriguez, Jorge, 231 Rojas, Jose, 231 Roman Belinda, 72, 231, 93 Romero, Bruno, 232 Romero, Jose, 232 Romero, Manuel, 232 Romo De Vivar, Rosario, 232 250 Index Sancoval, Marissa, 232 Santa, Cruz, Elizabeth, 232 Saucedo, Eva, 232 Saucedo, Marcella, 107, 170, 232 Scott, Dolores, 232 Segura, Joann, 232 Serrano, Carolina, 232 Servin, Eduardo, 232 Shadrick, Mike, 232 Shipley, Christine, 103, 232 Sias, Julia, 232 Sierra, Jesse, 232 Sifuentes, Jose, 90, 232 Sifuentes, Raul, 232 Silva, Erin, 232 Silva, James, 232 Solis, Maria, 232 Sommers, Lisa, 233 Soto, Patricia, 232 Spade, Carlos, 232 Stapleton, Gloria, 232 Strauss, Kim, 93, 170, 232 Stubblelield, Carmen, 103, 233 Tabor, Pamela, 93, 233 Tafoya, Evangelina, 233 Talamantes, Jose, 233 Tarin, Daniel, 147, 233 Thompson, Needham, 156, 233 Tinajero, Lorena, 233 Tomor, Michael, 233 Torres, Diana, 71, 72, 223 Torres, Gustavo 233 Tovar, Herbert 233 Valdez, Martha 89, 223 Valdiviez, Paul 233 Veck, William 88, 233 Vera, Roberta 233 Verbitskey, Larry 78, 233 Veytia, Carlos 38, 82, 233, 256 Vijil, Johnny 72, 156 Villalva, Herman 233 Villanueva, Palmira 76 Villarreal, Vicente 233 Wade, James, 233 Westfall, Wayne 233 Williams, Paul 78, 233 Zach, Cheryl 233 Zamarripa, Felipe 72, 233 Zamora, Jose 228 EIGHTH GRADE Aboud, Brian 235 Abrego, Jorge 235 Acosta, Rebecca 234 Adjemian, Steve 133, 235, 237 Agan, D ee 76, 235 Aguilar, Yolanda 167, 235 Aguilar, Evelyn 70, 119, 133, 235 Aguilar, Sylvia 235 Aguirre, Rogelio 235 Almanza, Martha 235 Alonzo, Alonzo, Alonzo, Celia 235 Francisco 235 Jose Jr. 235 Alvarado, Caesar 235 Anchondo, Manny 70, 235 Anderson, Aida 235 Andow, Andrew 76, 235 Anzures, Mariana 235 Arce, Linda 70, 133, 167, 235 Archuelta, Pete 235 Armendariz, Sylvia 72, 235 Arroyo. Lupita 235 Badillo, Themla 72, 235 Barron, Anna 235 Barron, Deborah 235 Barron, Greg 72, 235 Battah, Basil 235 Beltran, Jose Luis 235 Beltran, Jose Luis 235 Beltran, Susana 72, 235 Benge, Dorothy 235 Berumen, Jose 133, 235 Bittner, Maribel 235 Bleek, Sharon 235 Boetto, Barry 70, 235 Bowen, Magdalena 235 Bustillos, Victor 72, 235 Bustos, Josie 235 Butterworth, Cynthia 235, 241 Calderon, Sylvia 167 Campos, Fernie 72, 235 Campos, Rosario 72, 235 Cantrell, Stacy 70, 235 Cardenas, Isabel 236 Castillo, Carmen 236 Chacon, Jaime 133, 236 Chacon, Sylvia 236 Chaparro, Leticia 236 Chavez, Horacio 236 Chavez, Susana 236, 38 Chavira, Rosa 236 Cheparro, Leticia 133, 167, 236 Christian, Jana 236 Clarke, Cathy 236 Clay, Douglas 72, 236 Cole, Carolyn 236 Colunga, Cindy 72, 236 Compean, Eugenia 236 Contreras, Gregorio 236 Contreras, Teresa 236 Cordero, Rosario 236 Cortez, Hector 236 Corvelli, Gregory 236 Craig, Ires 236 Crouse, Raul 236 Cuaron, Susie 68, 72, 236 Davenport, Stephen 236 DeAnda, Victor 72, 236 DelAvellano, Rodrigo 236 De La Torre, Cindy 236 Delgado, Liz 70, 167, 236 Delgado, Ricardo 236 Del Paso, Monica 236 Del Toro, Richard 236 Del Valle, Victor 236 DeShazo, Roxanne 236 Dettaro, Sergio 236 Dettaro, Sergio 236 Diaz, Arturo 236 Diaz, Jaime 237 Di Bonito, David 236 Di Bonito, Ralph 236 Dominguez, Gloria 70, 72, 133, 236 Duran, Christina 236 Duran, Elvia 236 Dwyer, Claudia 72,236 Elias, Shelia 236 Echeverro, Cristina 237 Enriquez, Albert 237 Escandon, Laura 237 Escapita, Ramon 133, 237 Escarsega, Juan 237 Escarsega, Paula 237 Favela, Tony 237 Fematt, Eddie 237 Flores, Andy 70, 237 Galindo, Hiriam, 93, 237 Galindo, Teresa 70, 167, 133, 237 Gallardo, Victor 237 Garcia, Victor 237 Garcia, Arturo 133, 237 Gardea, Raymond 72, 93, 237 Gasca, Gracie 237 Gavaldon, Becky 237 Gibson, Jeff 72, 93, 237 Gill, Letica 237 Gilmore, John 237 Ginn, Bruce 237 Goldfarb, Tommy 237 Gomez, Lizardo 237 Gomez, Virginia 237 Gonzalez, Ana 70, 238 Gonzalez, Charles 238 Gonzalez, Delia 238 Gonzalez, Francisca 238 Gonzalez, Laura 238 Gosseck, Richard 238 Grqnados, Louie 238 Griffin, Kina 70, 119, 238 Guerrero, Ben 133, 238 Guillar, Laura 238 Guillen, Danny 238 Gutirrez, Clayton 238 Haddad, Nancy 72, 238 Herrera, Alicia 55, 133, 167, 238 Herrera, Joe 238 Herrera, John 133, 238 Hermann, Angie 238 Hernandez, Cynthia, 133, 167, 238 Hernandez Felipe, 238 Hernandez Jose, 238 Hidalgo, Juan 70, 238 Hinojosa, Mike 238 Holder, Wendell 238 Holmes, Kath 238 Huerta, Patricia 238 Jaramillo, Raul 238 Jett, Deborah 238 Jimenez, Yolanda 238 Johnson, Jenna 72, 238 Johnson, Thomas 70, 238 Jordan, Arthur 238 Jorjoriam, Leon238 Kelsey, Cynthia 93, 238 Kerr, Monica 72, 238 Klinkenberg, John 238 Kupfer, Abie 100,238 Kupfer, Sam 72, 238 Lawerence, Alexandria 238 Lepe, David 133, 238 Leslie, Paul 72, 93, 238 Lopez, Juan 238 Lopez, Ruben 133, 239 Lozano, Luis 133, 239 Luevano, Leticia 133, 239 Macias, Felix 133, 239 Macias, Rebecca 239 Macias, Virginia 76, 133, 239 Maldonado, Aaron 70, 239 Maldonado, Alberto 239 Maldonado, Rene 239 Magdeleno, Sergio 239 Marin, Garciela 239 Martinez, Arturo 239 Martinez, Sylvia 72, 239 Marquez, Maria 239 Marcus, Len 133, 239 Maser, Otto 239 Medina, Maria 244 Menetoza, Gladys 133, 239 Mendoza, Sammy 239 Menesses, Rudy 239 McCullough, Kim 239 Mclntyre, Kris 239 Millard, Liz 239 Minjarez, Jerry 239 Milam, Russell 239 Molina, Theresa 240 Morales, Margie 240 Morales, Pedro, 240 Mormon, Cody 76, 240 Mueller, Ted, 133, 240 Munoz, Frank, 133, 240 Murillo, Lupe 76, 133, 167, 240 Murillo, Pat 240 Murguia, Carlos 240 Natale, Gina, 119, 240 Navarrette, Elena, 240 Neill, Denise, 93, 240 Nicholson, Richard, 240 Norman, Patricia, 240 Nunez, Gilbert, 240 O'Brien, Jaime, 240 Olivares, Maria, 241 Olivas, Jessie 133, 241 Orozco, Ruben 241 Pacheco, Alicia 241 Pannell, Keith 241 Pastrana, Laura241 Patterson, Bonnie 241 Paz, Marcos, 241 Perea, Laura 241 Perez, Ana 241 Perez, Gilbert, 241 Perez, Susana, 100, 241 Pina, Jesus 241 Portillo, Leticia 241 Portillo, Lena, 241 Prats, Mary 241 Puga, Juan 133, 241 Ramirez, Edward 241 Carlos, Ramos, 241 Ramos, Manuel 241 Ramos, Mary 241 Rauman, Kathy, 241 Reason, Robert 241 Rejon, Rebecca 76, 241 Retana Daniel 242 Reyes, Jessie, 133, 242 Reynolds, Jerry 242 Rios Mary Alice, 70, 242 Rivera, Bill, 242 Roby, Justin 133, 242 Rodriguez, George 242 Rodriguez, Johnny 72, 242 Rodriguez, Rosalinda 242 Rodriguez, Silvia 242 Rojas, Arturo 242 Rojas, Marie 242 Rojas, Terri 242 Romero, Larry 242 Rosas, Abe 242 Rosas, Robbie 72, 242 Rosales, Guadalupe 242 Rosales, Inocenico 72, 242 Rosen, Sheila, 239, 242 Ruano, Manuel 242 Rubio, David 242 Ruiz, Laura 242 Saenz, Martin 242 Salazar, Adolberto 242 Salazar, Alma 242 Salazar, Debra 242 Salazar, Frank 242 Salcido, Eva 133, 242 Salcido, Ida 119, 242 Salcido, Rosa 242 Saucedo, Carlos 242 Sandoval, Socorro 242 Seal, Brett 242 Silva, Deliz 72, 242 Silva, Enrique 242 Skelton, Jeff 72, 242 Smith, Danny 242 Solorzano, Gilbert, 242 Somers, Elias 242 Sommerville, Sherri 243 Spade, Mary 167, 243 Swafford, Terri 243 Tabor, Brad 243 Tafoya, Tony 72, 243 Tonche, Florida 243 Torres, David 243 Torres, Luis 243 Torres, Raquel 243 Torres, Sylvia, 70, 119, 133, 243 Tran, LeThu 243 Tyner, Sabrina 70, 243 Valdez, Marisa 243 Baldivez, Leticia 93, 243 Vargas, Gloria 119, 133, 243 Vargas, Victor 243 Vasquez, Beatriz 243 Vasquez, Lupe 243 Vega, Enrique 243 Venegas, Victor 243 Vera, Joe 243 Vickers, Greg 243 Villa, Nora 133, 167, 243 Villanueva, Laura 76, 243 Walker, Bernard 244 Williams, Cissy 244 Williams, David 70, 244 Wodd, Harris 244 Yanez, Adrian 244 Ybarra, Esperanza 244 Zamarripa, Irene 72, 244 Zamarripa, Juan 244 Zamudil, Irma 244 Zuniga, Tina 70, 244 Zotz, Cindy 93, 244 FACULTY Aguilar, Carlos 182 Aguirre, Manuel 175 Allen, William 177 Anderson, Evelyn 187 Araiza, Irene 153, 167, 185 Auslam, Janna 183 Bailey, Jack 182 Baker, Terrance 185, 161, 162 Barnhart, Betty 177 Becker, Shirleen 103, 181 Berry, Anita 177 Blackstock, Jackie 166, 167, 181 Bunton, Sharon 180 Burnside, William 175 Cage, James 187 Carrasco, Esther 188 Cherry, Frances 179 Corman, Pat 178 Cross, George 188 Davis, Alfonso 187 Davis, Charles 182 Doran, John 20, 175 Dryden, Wynnell 178 Fieldon, Beverly 182 Foreman, Francis 185 French, Margaret 178 Galindo, Rosa 180 Garcia, Beatrice 100, 181 Gaston, Joan 182 Gerton, Lee 188 Gilley, Brian 188 Graf, Richard 179 Green, Gwen 180 Guider, Geneva 188 Gunning, Emily 106, 179 Haddad, Carmen 188 Harding, Mynette 176 Hartmann, Debbie 105, 194, 183 Harvie, Bobbie 188 Hawley, Richard Herrera, Esperanza 188 Herrera, Mary I. 178 Holland, Maurice 187 Jarvis, C.D. 123, 124, 188 John, Kenneth 186 Johnson, Burton 174 Jones, Clara 188 Juarez, Irma 177 Karns, Sharon 181 Leon, George 183 Licon, Rudy 185 Lopez, Beatriz 176 Lopez, Felipa 179 Loy, Estela 98 Lujan, Vangie 175 McKillip Danny 156, 184 McMath, Lola 178 Mendoza, Daniel 182 Moorhead, Kenneth 184 Munoz, Hector 134, 184 Murphy, Claire 180 Murphy, Geraldine 187 Nance, Jean 180 Navarro, David 181 Nesom, Yolanda 110, 176 Norris, Debbie179 Orona, Enrique 134, 184 Pena, Gloria 102, 145, 182 Polen, Frances 177 Prieto, Carmen 177 Provencio, Sylvia 186 Ratliff, Roberta 181 Resari, Fellix 180 Resendez, Sylvia 176 Rice, Shirley 176 Ridley, Judith 179 Rivas, Bill 133 Robberts, Mary Ellen 108, 170, 185 Robertson, Bredine 178 Rodriguez, David 175 Rojas, Emma 186 Romero, Leticia 177 Romero, Santiago 185 Rowe, Iris G. 178 Rubinstein, George 187 Salcido, Jesus 183 Schenck, James 182 Schmulbach, Skip 165, 185 Seaney, Shirley 188 Sherlin, Carter K. 166, 167, 184 Simon, Ronald 186 Smith, James 176 smith, Sidney 179 Sterans, Carmen 186 Steinmann, William 187 Stulce, Hazel 176 Swisher, John 134, 184 Vasquez, Willie 134, 185 Willis, Truman 123, 185 Winn, Jack 187 Woffard, Don 186 In Memory Of Leticia Garcia On October 14, 1976, Leticia Garcia, a sophomore, attended her regular scheduled classes. She was an average student and well liked by her classmatesbFriday October 15, Leticia died. She was hit by a car. During her two years at El Paso High, Letty was involved in the major sports club and was a member of the basketball team. The ,Yearbook Staff ' Extends Its Thanks To: Mike Higgins, AYC Representative Linda Lockett and CHS Publications Fred Eastmann Bobby Oppenheim , Mike Wade - 4 Don Bailey! Popular Photograph Studio Mark Lerner Robert Abdou . C. D. Jarvis Donna Nickey ' Mr. Zabriskie, The Plantation Mr. and Mrs. Schwarzbach Bart Ochoa Sam Kupfer V Mr. Burton Johnson E.P.I.S.D. Administration What More Con I Say But, We re Through The yearbook IS flnally completed I am extreme ly relleved Never rn my llfe have I assumed such a great responsrblhty mvolvrng such an enormous amount of work effort and frustratron The productlon of th1s Spur took many hours of planrung argulng and of course hard work In the begxnnmg rt was dlfflcult for me to become accus tomed to staymg after school untll 5 30 rn the even lngs and glvmg up weekend tlme ln order to work on the yearbook But as the number of members on the staff decreased more work tlme was necessary rn order to meet our deadhnes Therefore the staff began workmg as late as 9 00 most evenlngs and even as late as mldnlght on the weekends and hol1 days I often felt as though I could not fulflll my pos1 tlon as Edrtor and that lt was not worth all the trme and effort for the book only to be crxtrcxzed 1n the end But nevertheless I was assured and reassured that although the task of completmg a yearbook was a dxfflcult one It must be done And so rt was fmrshed thanks to the combmed efforts of a dedl cated staff cooperatrve admmlstratlon and the guldance and encouragement of advlser Debble Norrxs I especrally thank the members of my staff who gave so much of themselves ln order to be a part of thls book Although It was thelr frrst year workrng on the yearbook I feel they dxd a tremendous Job The staff lncluded Emxly Blaugrund D1st1nct1ons Allen Gllmer Action Sylvla Ortlz Unlty Yolanda Vlllalobos Unlty and Actlon Belen Fematt Classl f1cat1ons Debble Kupfer Staff Assrstant Laura Rodrlguez Classlflcatlons J 1m Schwarzbach Car los Veytra Photographers and Sam Kupfer dark room asslstant Fmally I thank Mrss Debbre Nor r1s for not only her help as an advlser but for her frrendshrp as well Edztor C J 2 , . , . 7 ' 9 , . a 7 . . ,.. .Z . , .2 . ., .Q . y . .3 , - . .3 . , . 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