El Segundo High School - Golden Eagle Yearbook (El Segundo, CA)
- Class of 1969
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1969 GOLDEN EAGLE
El Segundo High School
El Segundo, California
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The Essence Of A Bemg
Small fibers wound together to make a single
You can color this thread black, green, or white.
lt is still the same thread. Changed and yet really
Thus it is with the individual. You can change his
outward appearance, but it is still really the same
person. The individual's fiber, while not cotton or
wool, is what makes that individual unique.
You may call this fiber character, soul, or life
force. We call it the "Essence of a Being." Threads
together making a cloth, students together making
a school. Each makes up the whole and without
each, it isn't whole. That is this book's theme.
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"Mr, Nlorris, I'm here from the Annual to inform
you that you have been elected. .
"Why aren't you dressed out?" "Take a lap."
"No, you don't understand. I'm from the Golden
Eagle Annual to tell you we are dedicating this
year's annual to you! Would you fiII mein on your
"I'd be glad to! I have my B.S. from Pepperdine,
my IVI.S. from U.S.C. and I have two years on my
"I came to EI Segundo in 1954to teach P.E. I liked
the size of the school and the freedom of thinking."
"I like golf, eating, music and peopIe."
"Do you have any favorite expressions?"
"Yes. 'Push your own button'."
"Uh . . . thankyou."
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Board Decides ACt1OHS Of School
The Board of Education makes decisions, within
the framework of the State Constitution and State
codes, which affect the High School.
This group consists of five members, all resi-
dents of this school district and elected by the vot-
ers of El Segundo to a four year term. It is headed
by President Sam Douglas.
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The administration of this high school is primari-
ly comprised of lVlr. Dohmann, lVlr. Kingston and lVlr.
Nlr. Dohmann, Principal of ESHS, is well on his
way toward rectifying any student problems in this,
his second year.
Mr. Craven, as Assistant Principal of Pupil Serv-
ice, is the chief disciplinarian and sideburn-watcher
of ESHS. He sets the boys' dress standards.
IVlr. Kingston is our Assistant Principal of Pupil
Activities. As such, he is in charge ot keeping our
calender ot events in order.
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COUNSELGRS - ruer ThanA Compass
What is a ship without a navigator?
Or a safari without a guide?
Well, it couldn't be a worse mess than a student
without a counselor. Fortunately, no such tragedy
occurs at ESHS where our stalwart counselors give
I guess it's just about time to introduce these
miracle workers. I will novv do so . ..
lnow salute you!
Mrs. Stuckeman - Girls' Counselor, Girls' League Sponsor. 3 , V. Y
Mr, Ward - Counselor
Mr, Bristlin - Head Counselor
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Secretary to Principal - Mrs. Library-Mrs. Floyd.
Moving right along, we come to Qit's about timelj
those hard working. lovable people - the secre-
taries. They are the reason the High School ma-
chinery tunctions. Typing reports, requisitions, fill-
ing out absentee reports are a few ofthe many ac-
tivities they perform. But one look at them tells you
all this work doesn't get them down.
Attendance Off. Sec. - Mrs. Attendance Clerk 84 ASB Book-
keeper- Mrs. Cuzick.
Guidance Off. Sec. - Mrs. Sec. to Asst. Principal- Mrs.
Sec. to Asst. Principal - Mrs. Records and Guidance Gff. Sec.
Attendance Supervisor- Mr. Porter. Evans-
- Mrs. Fraze.
Nurse-Miss Thorsen. Librarian-Mrs. Rosenberg.
New Classes ntroduced
The one thing we do each year here at E.S.H.S.?
Change! Adding the new to the not so new. For
example, American Studies and Behavioral Sci-
ences started this vear.
American Studies is a two-in-one period, U.S.
History and Literature. Two single periods are
now one double period. The accent is on discus-
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Mr. Ableser-Beh.Sci. Mr. Barmore - Mech. Draw.,
Mrs. Casner - Algebra.
Mr. Chandler - Metal Shop.
sion in class. '
Moving right along now, we come to Behavioral
Sciences. This study of human motivation has
taken us on many field trips to such now places
as U.C.L.A., Natural History Museum, and Syna
Read On Friend!
Mrs. Behrmann - Mod. Dance, P.E., Drill Team
Mr. Carter - Spec. Ed.
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Mr. Connor - English. Mr. Crystal - World Hist., Coaching.
Mr. Deovlet - Student Govt, Business Mach
Mrs. DeSmidt- English. '
Mr. Duffy- World Hist., U.S. l-list., Drama.
Miss Dokken - English,
Mr. Cummings - Amer. Studies, U.S. History.
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Mrs. Daoud - Ceramics, Jewelrey.
Mr. Dougherty - Geog.!St. Req., PE.
IVlrs. Fisher - Eng,, Speech.
IVlr. Giusso -Civics.
Nlrs. Erickson - English.
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Mr. Hess - Bus. Math, Typing. Mr. Harden - Biology.
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Mr. Henderson - Special Ed., An-
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Mr. Jeldum - Art.
Mrs. Klemm - Chorus, Harmony.
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Miss Hitchcock - Spanish.
Mrs. Holmes - Mod. Dance, Pep Club.
Mr. Morris - P.E., Athletic Director.
Mr. Morgan - Sci., P.E., Coaching.
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Mrs. Peterson - Annual, Speech.
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Miss Morgan - Shorthand, Typing, Transcription.
Mr. Olson - Bookkeeping, Typing.
4 Mr. Real-Spanish.
wir. smgekawa - Aud. vis., sci., P.E., coaching. '
Mrs. Potter - Eng., Latin.
Mr. Sorkin - Reading Specialist.
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Mr. Smith - Wood, Stage Crew, Coaching.
Mr. Tash - Band, Math
Mr. Stevenson - Geog.!St. Req., P.E.,
Mr. Santia - Alg., Coaching.
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Mr. Watkins - Amer. Stud., Eng., Coaching.
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Mr. Wood - Des. Crafts, Art.
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Cafeteria Staff - Leona Evans, June Cox. Marion Stephens. Frances Dent. Eileen lVlontz. Barbara Kulp, Nellye Gray,
Virginia Lane. Cvelma Barnes not picturedj.
The P1t Crew
Frank Campise pauses from work to pose for Annual Picture.
eeps s Going
Our retuelers -the cafeterians. keep the stu-
dents moving. Just a pitstop at the snack bar and
we are ready to tackle sixth period.
Taking us a little further than sixth period. we
have the bus drivers.
To keep the "race track" clean. the janitors are
right at hand.
They're off! Get moving!
Janitors - John Nlinnicucci. Ken Petrakian. Frank Mote. Dick
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A member of Drill Team, Sandy has also been
a member of Beginning Chorus Advanced
Chorus and modern dance.
Head rank leader of the drill team, Tish has
been active in Girls' League as a sophomore
representative. She also has been in the Sen-
ate, the House of Representatives, and was
Senior Editor of the GOLDEN EAGLE.
A member of Varsity Club, Craig has been on
Bee and Varsity football, stage crew and
Boys' Chorus. He was also a Roto Rooter.
Tim has been in Bee water polo, Bee swim-
ming, and Boys' League during his three
years at EI Segundo High School.
Brian has been on both Varsity, Bee, and Cee
swimming and water polo. He has also been
in JCL, stage band, Forensic Society and a
1968 Archbea rer.
Being an avid swimmer, Stan has been in
Varsity, Bee, and Cee swimming and water
polo during his four years at El Segundo High
Eddie has attended El Segundo High School
tor four years. He has been a member of
Boys'Chorus and Boys' League.
Robin has been drum majorette, banner car-
rier and member of the band. She has also
belonged to Junior Orchesis, modern dance,
and performed in "South Pacific".
Knox, a member of CSF, has been active in
Varsity track, Cross Country, Biology Club,
Key Club and Spanish Club.
Bob has been a member of Boys' League
while attending El Segundo High School.
A member of Advanced Modern Dance, Ka-
thy has also been a member of Girls' League.
1968 Homecoming King and Junior class
Prince, Herb has been Junior class vice-pres-
ident and A.S.B, vice-president. He has also
been a member of Varsity football, Varsity
baseball. Spanish Club. Key Club, Varsity
Club and Student Assembly.
Jim has been in German Club and Boys'
League while at El Segundo High School.
"Bla" has been a great asset to the Varsity
Football team also he has played with the
basketball and track teams. He has been a
Student Court Justice and a member of
Basketball and tennis are the sports Darrell
has been involved with at El Segundo High
School. He also was president ot Key Club
and Publicity Director ofthe Senior Class.
Ross, a student at El Segundo High School
for tour years, has been a member of Biology
Club and Boys' League.
Singing in Beginning and Advanced Chorus
is what Darlene has been active in during
her four years at El Segundo High School.
President of Senior Orchesis, Cheena also
performed in the musical production of "O-
klahoma" and has been a member of Art
Besides being a valuable player to the Varsity
Football Team, Barry has also been a valu-
able runner on the Varsity Track Team. He
has belonged to Varsity Club, A capella choir,
and was Sophomore Class Prince.
try and Boys' League.
Ramon has been a student at El Segundo
High School for four years. During these
years he has been a member of cross coun-
Bill has played Cee basketball and has been a
member of Boys' League.
An outstanding hurdler for the Varsity track
team, "Burgie" has been in Bee football, Cee
basketball and stage crew. He also was a
member of the roto rooters.
Renee has spent most of her high school
years singing. She has been a member of
Beginning and Advanced Chorus. and a
member of A capella choir.
Ibis came to El Segundo I-ligh School from
Puerto Rico her Sophomore year. She has
been a very good student and has belonged
to Epsilon Sigma, was Spanish Club Histori-
an, and a 1968 archbearer.
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A member of Drama Club, Chrys has also
been a member of Beginning and Advanced
Chorus, Modern Dance and Future Home-
Mark was Business Manager of the 1968
Golden Eagle and has also belonged to the
American Field Service.
Casey has been a member of the Varsity
Football and Varsity Track team during his
four years at El Segundo High School. A
A rank leader in drill team, Sue was Commis- ,
sioner of Publicity for Student Council, Art
Editor for the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE, a mem-
ber of Spanish Club, and a 1968 archbearer.
She has also received many school awards
for her art work,
Bruce has been a student at El Segundo High
School for four years. During these years he
has been a member of Bee basketball and
Peter, a transfer this year from De La Salle
High School in New England, was active at his
high school in football, basketball, track and
was a member of their Chess Club.
Ruth has been a member of Girl's League
during her years at El Segundo High School.
A member of Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca, Katy has also been a member of chorus,
Spanish club, and GAA.
George, a member of the Varsity basketball
team, has also been a member of the Bee
football team, Student Assembly, Student
Court, Key Club and JCL.
. GREG COLE
An excellent student, Greglis a CSF Sealbear-
er. He has been a member of Boys Chorus
r Madrigals, A capella choir, Key -Club,JCL, Bi-
ology Club, Forensic Society, AFS, Varsity
Tennis, Varsity Club, and was a 1968
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' Sheila was a transfer from Helix High School
in San Diego this year. At her school she was
. a member of Glee Club, GAA Choir, and was
an ASB Representative.
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' f' Jennie was inthe Senior Play, "Ten Little ln-
Q 'I dians" and was a member of the Advanced
- A Chorus.
Dana has been a member of Boys League
A member ofthe drill team, Cinda was also a
member ofthe Modern Dance and Advanced
James was a member of Boys' League during
his four years at El Segundo High School.
Dave, a student at El Segundo High School
for four years, has been a member of Boys'
Senior Representative in Girls' League, Deb-
bie was also a rank leader in the drill team.
She has been Freshman Treasurer, a mem-
ber of FHA, GAA and the GOLDEN EAGLE.
A transfer from Monrovia High School, Ber-
nie has been a member ofthe Varsity basket-
Jim has been a member of Boys' League dur-
ing his four years at El Segundo High School.
while attending El Segundo High School.
A member of AFS. Susan has also been a
member of Biology Club, Student Assembly,
Spanish Club and Art Club.
Mike has played with the Varsity football and
Varsity and JV baseball teams. He also was a
An usherette at the 1968 Graduation, Cyd
has also been active in JCL, Spanish Club,
Orchesis, and Modern Dance.
Crisynda has been a member of the Girls Ath-
letic Association, Modern Dance and Junior
A songleader this year, Debbie has also been
a rank leader in the drill team. She has been
3 member of FHA, Epsilon Sigma. Spanish
Club. and the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE.
A member of the Future Homemakers of
America, Sandy has also been a member of
the drill team and was an usherette at the
Carole is a CSF Salbearer and was presi-
dent of Drama Club. She has also been a
member of Nladrigals. A capella Choir, AFS,
Spanish Club, the 1967 Golden Eagle, and
was a 1968 archbearer. She has also per-'
formed in the musical, "South Pacific."
Patty has been a member of the drill team.
German Club, and Advanced Chorus while
attending El Segundo High School.
Cliff, during his high school years. has been a
member of the Varsity Football team and a
member OT the Varsity Track team. He was
also a member of Varsity Club.
A flag twirler for two years, Nadine has also
been Spanish Club secretary, and Epsilon
Sigma service chairman. She also was a
member of CSF. band. A capella choir, and
was a 1968 archbearer.
Bob has been a member of Boys' League
while attending El Segundo High School.
A foreign exchange student, from Ankara.
Turkey. Mehmet has had a lot of interest in
the American sports. football, basketball.
and tennis He has been a member of AFS
tennis and Key Club,
A 1968 archbearer. Kathy has been a mem-
ber of Spanish club, AFS, band, and was in
the Senior Play, "Ten Little Indians."
A Procession leader in the 1968 graduation,
Susan was also a varsity cheerleader this
year. Shehas been a rank leader in the drill
team, Sophomore class vice-president. Soph-
omore princess. Girls' League secretary,
Girls' State representative, Junior Class pres-
ident. Commissioner of Activities for stu-
dent council, and a member of Epsilon
A member of audio visual, Perry has also
been a member of Boys Chorus, JV wrestling
and a member of Bee basketball.
Wrestling and track are the two sports Dave
has been involved with while attending EI
Segundo High School. He also was a member
of the roto rooters.
Interested in sailing and navigation, John has
been a member of the Sailing and Navigation
Club started this year. He has also worked as
a helper in the EI Segundo High School snack
A member of Key Club. Gary has belonged to
wrestling and cross country. He was also a
member of Boys' Chorus and performed in
the musical "Oklahoma".
Gregg has been a member of Varsity Football
and student assembly during his four years
at El Segundo High School.
Pat has been a member of Girls' League dur-
ing her years at El Segundo High School.
A flagtwirler this year. Lynn has been a
member ofthe Band. Epsilon Sigma and was
a 1968 archbearer.
During her four years at El Segundo High
School. Susan has been a member ofthe
Wrestling and Boys' League are the activities
Ron has been involved with while attending
El Segundo High School.
Nursing Club and a member of Girls' League.
A Senior Representative to Girls' League.
Gayle has also belonged to the drill team. She
has been a member of CSF. AFS, Art Club.
Epsilon Sigma and Spanish Club.
Larry has played Cee football and has been 2
member of Boys' League.
Herwig has been the Basketball Manager for
the last three years. He also has been a
member of Biology Club and Boys' League. i
.lack has been a member of Boys' League
during his years at El Segundo High School.
He is planning on going into the military serv-
LEN NY FULLER
Lenny originally from England. has been on
the football and wrestling teams during his
four years at El Segundo High School.
Kathy was the head usherette at the 1968
graduation. She has also been Epsilon Sigma
treasurer, ASB treasurer and a member of
the Future Homemakers of America.
Lance has been a member of Boys' League
dl-lflflg DIS years at El Segundo High School.
A member of the Modern Dance, Pricilla has
also been a member ofthe Girls' League dur-
ing her four years at El Segundo High School.
Modeling for the Simplicity Fashion Show.
Lavinda has been a member ot the Girls Ath-
letic Association, French Club, and Junior
In the two years Jim has attended El Segundo
High School, he has been a member ofthe
Bee football team, Bee track team, and the
A member ofthe Cee track team and the Cee
football team, Bill has also belonged to Ger-
man Club andthe roto rooters.
Performing in the Musicals "Oklahoma" and
"South Pacific", Janet has been active in
Advanced Chorus. drill team and Spanish
A member of AFS, Florine has been inthe
play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay", and
the musical "Oklahoma" and "South Pacif-
ic". She also has been a member of the A
Being active in Key Club and Stage Crew, Ken
has also been a member of Bee football and
During his four years at El Segundo High
School, Carl has been a member of the Boys'
Dennis has been a member of Boy's League
while attending at EI Segundo High School.
Colonel ofthe drill team, Debbie was voted as
having the best personality for a girl by the
Senior class. She was also an archbearer at
the 1968 graduation.
Drill team and Girls' League are the activities
Laura has been involved with while attending
EI Segundo High School,
Being very musically inclined, Karen has
been a member of the chorus, A capella
Choir, band, and has performed inthe musi-
cals "South Pacific" and "Oklahoma" She
has also been AFS treasurer and a member
of GAA, Spanish Club and Epsilon Sigma.
1968 Prom Chairman, Sharon has been on
the Executive Cabinet as Secretary of State,
Student Assembly, AFS secretary, Epsilon
Sigma vice-president, Senior Representative
in Girls' League and CSF. She has also been
in the band, A capella Choir, Madrigals,
the musical "Oklahoma" and was a 1968
Sports minded, Bruce has played Varsity and
Bee football, Bee basketball and JV baseball.
He was also voted most improved player of
the 1967 football team.
Jim has been a member of Boys' Chorus,
IVladrigals and A capella Choir. This year he
was also involved in the SCROC program.
A member of the Bay Eagle staff, Jim was
also Senior Lieutenant governor this year. He
has been on the Varsity and JV baseball
teams, the basketball team and a member of
National Merit semi-finalist, Becky is a CSF
Sealbearer. She has also been a flagtwirler,
and a member of the drill team, Spanish
Club, Epsilon Sigma, 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE
Page Design Editor, and a 1968 archbearer.
A member of the Cee and Bee basketball
teams, Larry has also been a member of the
band and the roto rooters.
In the SCROC program this year, Laura was a
prompter in "South Pacific" and has been a
member of Advanced Chorus.
Craig has been a member of Spanish Club
and Boys' League while attending El Segundo
Varsity track and Varsity cross country have
been the sports Ray has been involved with
while in high school. He was also a member
ofthe Varsity Club.
A member of chorus, Liz has also been a
member of Modern Dance and Girls' League.
Laura has been a member of the band and
Girls' League during her High School years.
Sue, a transfer from Albany High School. was
in pep club, FHA and student council. While
she was at EI Segundo, she also has been a
member of the House of Representatives and
a 1968 archbearer.
A member of band and stage band, Leon has
also been a member of Boys' League.
A member of California Scholastic Federa-
tion, Nlike has also been on the baseball
A 1968 archbearer, Susan has been a mem-
ber of both advanced chorus and modern
Chris, during her years at El Segundo High
School, has been a member of chorus and
A member of Drill Team, Nola was also a
sophomore representative in Girls' League.
She has been a member of GAA, Spanish
Club, and was a 1968 archbearer.
Host and Hostess chairman of the 1968
Prom, Pat has been Spanish Club President
and Vice-President, and GAA Secretary. She
has also been a member of American Field
Service, advanced chorus, Epsilom Sigma,
the musical, "South Pacific", and was a 1968
Dennis, during his 4 years at EI Segundo High
School, has been a member of the Wrestling
Team and was a 1968 archbearer.
ASB President, Tom was also the AFS ex-
change student to Japan. Tom has been AFS
President, Sophomore president, Key Club
Vice-President and Historian, Freshman Vice-
President and Junior treasurer. He has also
been a member of Varsity Water Polo, Varsity
Swimming, CSF, Biology Club, Varsity Club, A
Cappella Choir, and was in the musical,
Don was a member of the 1968 Golden Eagle
staff and was the Classes Editor. He has also
been a member of Boys' League.
Usherette at the 1968 graduation, Evelyn has
also been a member of the Drill Team. She
also has been a member of AFS, German
Club, GAA, and Epsilom Sigma.
Jeff was manager of the Varsity Football
team and was a member of German Club and
Tonya has been in GAA and was also a mem-
ber of Girls' League during her high school
During his years at El Segundo, Mike has par-
ticipated in such sports as football, wrestling
A member of Modern Dance, Denise has also
been a member of French Club, and the Ce-
lestial Navigation Club.
While attending El Segundo High School,
Barb has been a member of the Junior Class-
ical League and Girls' League,
Candy, sometimes called by her nickname
"Mandy", has been active in Spanish Club,
FHA, and Drill Team. She was Prom commit-
tee refreshment chairman, Varsity cheer-
leader, Senior class secretary, and was a
During her years in high school, Margo was a
member of Spanish Club, Nursing Club. and
Modern Dance. She was also a member of
, RUBY LIBICK
Wendy was a member of Beginning and Ad-
vanced Chorus, Beginning and Advanced
Modern Dance, Bay Eagle and Business Edi-
tor ofthe 1968 GOLDEN EAGLE. She has par-
ticipated in the Modern Dance Concert and
was a model in the Simplicity Fashion Show,
was also in Student Assembly.
While at El Segundo, Cindy was in drill team,
secretary of FHA, and belonged to the Celes-
tial Navigation and Sailing Club.
Linda was very active in high school. She
served as GAA Historian, JCL Historian, Girls'
League Historian, Epsilon Sigma President.
Senior Class Treasurer, and was Decoration
Committee Chairman for the 1968 Prom.
She was a member of the House of Repre-
sentatives, CSF, AFS, Biology Club, and was
an Archbearer for the 1968 Graduation.
Ruby is a member of Girls League Modern
Dance, French Club, and FHA. She also at-
tended the SCOROC where she studied
Tom has participated on the Tennis Team,
J.V. Wrestling, and J.V. Cross Country Team.
He played in such plays as Cheaper by the
Dozen, Arsenic and Old Lace, and Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay. He was Stu-
dent Court Junior Justice and was on the
Mark belonged to Boy's League and was a
member ofthe Tennis Team.
Ben has been a member of Boys' League
while attending El Segundo High School.
Lynda has been a member ofthe band and
Girls' League during her tour years at El Se-
gundo High School.
Mike was voted by the Senior class to have
the best personality of any ofthe boys in the
class. Mike served as the Senior Senator for
the Senior classthis year.
While in high school. Barbara has been a
member of Modern Dance, Advanced Cho-
rus. and FHA. She also participated on the
Bay Eagle staff.
Doug has been a member ofthe Varsity foot-
ball and Varsity basketball teams while at-
tending El Segundo High School,
Tim has been a member ofthe Varsity Club
and has played both Vars. and Bee football,
and Varsity and Bee track. He has also been a
member of the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE.
Mike. who enjoys sports, participated on the
Varsity and Bee football teams and was a
member ofthe Varsity and JV baseball
teams. Mike was a member of Spanish Club,
JCL. Boys' Chorus. Madrigals. He served in
Student Assembly and acted as Speaker of
the House of Representatives.
While in high school, Ginger has been a
member of FHA. Spanish Club. and was ush-
erette at both the 1968 Graduation and
.si Baccalau reate.
W' DAVID MARIKOS
Dave was an archbearer for the 1968 Gradua-
tion. He has been a member of both the Var-
, N sity baseball and Varsity basketball teams.
During her years at El Segundo High School.
Linnea was a member of CSF, Spanish Club,
AFS, Bay Eagle and Drama Club.
Mike has been a member ofthe Varsity water
polo team and the Varsity Swimming Team.
He was also a member of the stage crew and
Tedd has been a member of Student Assem-
bly, A capella Choir. Celestial Navigation
Club. and the roto rooterst He participated in
the musical. "South Pacific!" and was an
archbearer atthe 1968 Graduation.
A staff member of the Bay Eagle, Rick has
also been a member of Bee and Cee football
and Spanish Club.
Mary has been a member of Modern Dance
and Girls' League during her four years at El
Segundo High School.
1968 Homecoming Queen, Maureen was a
Procession leader in the 1968 Graduation.
She has also been a song leader, Junior class
secretary, Girls' League secretary and Junior
representative, Commissioner of Pep and
Moral, 1968 Basketball Classic princess, a
member of drill team, Epsilon Sigma, and
Index Editor of the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE.
A member of Bee and Cee football, Doug has
also been a member of JV baseball and Boys'
MARY ANN McDOWELL
Mary has been in the drill team for two years
and a member of Girls' League during her
A center on the Varsity football team, Bob
also was a member of the Bee football team
for two years. He also was a 1968 archbearer.
four years at El Segundo High School.
Patti has been a member of German Club
and Girls' League while attending El Segundo
A rank leader in the drill team, Janice has
been a member of Art Club and was involved
with the SCROC program.
FHA secretary, Patty has been a member of
drill team, GAA, AFS, House of Representa-
tives, and Spanish Club, She was also a 1968
Barbara has been a member of chorus, Mod-
ern Dance and FHA while attending high
RON MILLER 4
While attending El Segundo High School, Ron
has been a member of the Varsity and Bee
football team, the Varsity wrestlingteam and
the Beetrack team.
A member of Bee football, Dan also has been
a member of Boys' Chorus and Boys' League.
A very talented singer and actor, Ron played
the male lead in the musical "South Pacific."
He is part ofa rock band the "Shades of
Bleu." Ron has also been president of A ca-
pella Choir and a member of the Bee football
and Beetrack teams.
CSF treasurer, Claudia has been Epsilon
Sigma secretary and Girls' League Senior
Representative. She has also been a member
of AFS, drill team, Spanish Club, and Student
An usherette at the 1968 graduation, Vickie
has been a member of drill team and was
involved in SCROC program.
A flagtwirler, Bev has also been a part of the
band. She has been Spanish Club vice-presi-
dent, a member of CSF, Epsilon Sigma,
House of Representatives and a 1968
Janet has been a member ofthe drill team
for two years and was an archbearer for the
Colonel of the drill team this year and Head
rank leader last year, Susie has also been a
member of the French Club and was part of
the SCROC program.
1968 Prom Publicity Chairman, Beth has
been active as AFS vice-president and GAA
secretary. She has also been a member of
Spanish Club, Bay Eagle, Clubs and Gov't Edi-
tor of the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE, and a 1968
Drama Club secretary, Sharon has been a
member of German Club, Spanish Club, AFS,
and FHA. She also performed in the musical,
"South Pacific" and was a 1968 archbearer.
Ken has a variety of extra-curricular activi-
ties including peace demonstrations. He has
also been a member of the Cee football team
and Boys' League.
Dan has been a member of Boys' League
while attending EI Segundo High School.
Mike, originally from Ireland, has been a
member of French Club, Junior Classical
League and Key Club.
A member of Varsity water polo and Varsity
swimming. Ron has also been a member of
the Cee football team, AFS, Varsity Club and
Jack has been a member of Boys' League
and the Cee football team during his four
years at El Segundo High School.
HEIVIDS 3 great interest in ice skating, Greg
has been a member ofthe stage band, and
the Celestial Navigation Club while attending
El Segundo High School,
President of Girls' League, Gale has also been
Sophomore Representative and treasurer to
Girls' League. She has been a member ot
FHA, Spanish Club, 1967 Golden Eagle, and
Student Assembly as well as ASB secretary, a
rank leader in the drill team, and Junior vice-
Bill has been a member of Cee track and
Boys' League during his four years at EI Se-
gundo High School.
A Varsity cheerleader, Vicki has also be-
longed to the drill team. She was Senior class
princess this year, a 1968 archbearer, and
the 1969 Basketball Classic Queen.
A member of Varsity wrestling Joe has also
been a member of Boys' League.
JOH N PETERSON
Peggy has been a member of drill team and
the Future Homemakers of America while
attending El Segundo High School.
Bay Eagle Editor, Cindy has been very active
in the Girls Athletic Association. She was an
archbearer at the 1968 graduation.
Being extremely fond of football, Dave has
been on the Varsity football team for three
years. He has also been a member ofthe Var-
sity track and Varsity wrestlingteams.
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A member of Varsity tennis, John was Key
Club vice president and senior director. and
CSF secretary. He has also been active in
Spanish Club, AFS, Boys' Chorus, Nladrigals,
A capella Choir, Varsity club and the House
Irma. a transfer student last year, has been
German Club vice president while attending
El Segundo High School.
A member of Advanced Chorus and A capella
Choir, Pam has also been a member of drill
team, French Club and Modern Dance.
Gary has been a member of the Junior Classi-
cal League and Boy's League while attending
El Segundo High School.
A transfer from Rasset High School. "Sam"
was a cartoonist. She has also received many
awards in art including a scholarship.
Performing in the Senior play, "Ten Little
Indians" and the musical "South Pacific"
Julie has sung with Advance Chorus and A
Capella Choir. She has also been a member
of FHA, GAA, lVIodern Dance, and Epsilon
A member of the American Field Serivce,
Linda has been a member of FHA, Orchesis
and Spanish Club.
Co-captain of the Varsity basketball team.
Dave has also been a member of the JV and
Bee basketball teams, JV baseball team, ten-
nis, German Club and the roto rooters.
'F IVIICHELE ROSS
gundo High School.
Debbie has worked at selling tickets for EI
Segundo football games. She also has been a
member of lVlodern Dance and Girls' League.
Patty has been a member of both lVIodern
Dance and drill team while attending EI Se-
A member of Varsity wrestling, Lenny has
also been a member of the bee football team
and the Bee track team.
A member of the SCROC program this year,
Carol has been a member of lVIodern Dance,
Beginning Chorus, and Advanced Chorus.
A member of both Spanish and French Club.
Michele has also been a member of FHA,
Student Assembly, and the House of Repre-
sentatives. She also was a 1968 archbearer.
Boys' Chorus secretary, "Rosco" has been a
member of the Varsity and Cee football
teams, Bee and Cee basketball and A capella
ASB Attorney General, Steve was vice presi-
dent of Biology Club. He has also been a
member of the band. stage band and
A member of drill team and Girls' League.
Eileen was also a part ofthe SCROC program
Enjoying sports, John has been a member of
the Varsity football team, JV basketball team,
and the Cee basketball team. He was also a
roto rooter and was involved in Student
A rank leader in the drill team Verda has also
been a member ot Modern Dance and was
usherette at the 1968 Graduation.
Larry, a transfer from Sonora was a member
oftheir Gymnastics team.
Mascot for the EI Segundo High School, Jani
has been a member of drill team and Modern
Dance. She has also been active in FHA,
Spanish Club, Epsilon Sigma, Pep Club, and
the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE.
Stage crew manager, Ken has been a mem-
ber ofthe Cee football team and Boys'
League during this four years at El Segundo
JCL treasurer, Laurie has been Girls' League
Junior representative. She has also been a
member ofthe drill team, AFS and Orchesis.
CSF president, Paul has also been Biology
Club president and a member of Key Club,
Spanish Club, AFS, Varsity football and Bee
A member of both Varsity swimming and
Varsity water polo, Glen has also been a
member of Biology Club and Spanish Club.
GAA president this year, Linda has been Bioi-
ogy Club secretary, Spanish Club secretary,
and a Senior Senator. She was also Girls'
League Junior representative and a 1968
Activities editor ofthe 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE,
May has been a member of drill team, Span-
ish Club and was a 1968 archbearer.
Head Varsity cheerleader and president of
Pep Club, Sally has been Key Club Queen,
and Junior Homecoming princess. She was
Freshman vice-president, Sophomore
treasurer. She was also a 1968 archbearer.
Freshman president, Jody has been very ac-
tive in GAA and was a GAA cheerleader. She
also has been French club secretary. rank
leader in the drill team, Varsity baseball
scorekeeper, and a member of Spanish Club.
Student Assembly. and a 1968 archbearer.
A member of Pep Club and flagtwirler last
year, Judy has been a member of Spanish
Club, French Club, GAA, FHA, and an usher-
ette at the 1968 graduation.
Robert, during his four years at EHSH, has
been a member of Boys' League and Cee
A member of lVlodern Dance, Terri has also
been a member of Girls' League, and the girls
A House of Representatives member, Roddy
has been active in Varsity track, Varsity cross
country, Varsity Club and Student Assembly.
A very good performer, Dona was the female
lead in the Senior play "Ten Little Indians,"
She has also been in the play A'Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay" and the musicals
"Oklahoma" and "South Pacific." She has
been a Varsity cheerleader, flagtwirler,
House of Representatives secretary, Orchesis
vice-president, and a member of A capella
Choir, Madrigals, AFS, band, and was a 1968
arch bea rer.
During her high school years, Nadine has
been a member of chorus and Advanced
Chorus, girls' cross country, FHA, and GAA.
A CSF member, Buzzy has also been a mem-
ber of JCL, French Club, Key Club, AFS, Stu-
dent Assembly, tennis team andthe 1967
Golden Eagle, He performed in "South Pacif-
ic" and has been a member of A capella
A lover of sports, Sid has been a member o
Varsity football, Varsity track, and Varsifx
Sergeant-at-arms ofthe l-louse of Represent-
atives, Doug has been active in Varsity foot-
ball, Varsity wrestling, Varsity track and Var-
sity club. He was also a 1968 archbearer.
Wayne has performed in the Senior play,
"Ten Little Indians," and the musicals
"Oklahoma" and "South Pacific." He has
also been a member of A capella Choir,
Madrigals, Celestrial Navigation Club and
was a 1968 archbearer.
A fine athlete. Dick has been a member of
Varsity football, Varsity basketball, and
Varsity and JV baseball. He was also in the
VOnya. a member of ESHS for four years, has
been active in Drill Team and a member of
WMS attending Esiis, Paige has been a
member of French Club and Girls' League.
Editor of the 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE, Val was a
National Merit Scholarship sem-finalist. She
has also been AFS secretary, a rank leader in
drill team, French Club vice-president, 1968
Prom Program Chairman, and a member of
JCL- CSF- Epsilon Sigma, GAA, and a per-
former in the musical "South Pacific."
GERY TU RNIO
Gery has been a member of Boys' League
while attending ESHS.
Sue has been a member of GAA and Girls'
League during her fouryears at ESHS.
FHA vice-president, Teri has been a member
of band, AFS, JCL, and was a 1968
A transfer from Nlaryvale High School, Arizo
na, Gary has been a member of the Varsity
football team, Key Club, and French Club.
BRUCE VAN VRANKEN
Bruce has been active in Varsity, Bee and Cee
Waterpolo, Varsity, Bee and Cee Swimming,
also a member of Spanish Club and a 1968
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Rocio has been a member of Spanish Club
and Girls' League while attending El Segundo
During her years at El Segundo High School,
Francine has been a member of Girls'
A member of Varsity wrestling, Chris has also
been a member of the Varsity Club.
A staff member of the Bay Eagle, Dan has
also been a member of band. orchestra, and
Spanish Club. He also performed in the musi-
Jon has been a member of Varsity football
and Boys' League.
A member of Bee football, Tim was also a
member of the Cee football team while at-
tending EI Segundo High School.
A 1968 archbearer, John has been a member
ot German Club. Key Club and Biology Club.
A performer in the musical, "Oklahoma",
Meri has been a member of Advanced Chorus
A staff member of the Bay Eagle. Louise has
been a member of Spanish Club and was a
A pole vaulter for the Varsity track team,
Dave has been a member of the water polo.
He was also a member of stage crew and the
A girl with a good sense of humor, Margaret
was Sophomore class secretary. She also has
been a member of CSF, AFS, Biology Club,
Forensic Society, JCL, Epsilon Sigma and the
A member of Varsity and Bee track, Don has
also been a member of JV tennis, Cee foot-
ball, Cee basketball and Student Assembly.
A member of the rock group the "Shades of
Bleu," Jim has been a member ofthe Varsity
water polo, Varsity swimming, Student As-
sembly and was a 1968 archbearer.
Jay, during his years at El Segundo High
School, has been a member ofthe swimming
and water polo teams.
Captain of the Varsity football and Varsity
wrestling teams, Steve was Senior class pres-
ident this year. He has also been Freshman
president, Boys State representative and a
member of Student Assembly, French Club,
Key Club, Varsity Club, Celestrial Navigation
Club, JV baseball, and a 1968 archbearer.
Pam, a transfer from Huntington Beach High
School, was a member of their Girls' Athletic
Association. A A
Chris has been a member of Spanish Club,
Or Basketball team and the track team while
attending El Segundo High School.
Cinda has been a member of Chorus and
Modern Dance during her high school years.
A student at El Segundo High School for four
years, Linda has been a member of Modern
Dance and Girls' League.
KEITH WISE I
A guy with a great personality, Keith has been a member of the Var-
sity and Bee football and Varsity track teams. He also performed in
"South Pacific" and has been a member of A Capella Choir, Boys'
Chorus and the roto rooters.
Basketball Classic princess and Freshman princess, Nancy was a
Senior class Senator this year. She has been Freshman and Junior
representative and vice-president of Girls' League and Junior class
secretary. She has also been a member of Student Assembly, Span-
ish Club, French Club, Drill Team and was a 1968 archbearer.
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Chris has been a member of Boys' League
while attending El Segundo High School.
Anne, an exchange student from Australia,
has been a member of Epsilon Sigma, French
Club, AFS, and the Celestrial Navigation
Club. She was also a staff member of the Bay
A member of Varsity football, Steve has been
a member of Boys' league during his four
years at El Segundo High School.
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May the Class of 1969 find for what it searches
Where We Travel The
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Saxy Saffell shuffles to the beat ... Rick
Nlauthe enjoys a unusual moment of si-
Ience Ann Young makes everyone
know she Cares ... Wendy Larsen snick-
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To Be Reaehed
Ron Nlontavon spreads Senior Joy The
serenity of Senior Park abstracted by a sign of
war t'When the rain comes they run and
hide their heads." ... Dan Odle contemplates
his future ... The quiet of morning dew in the
East wing Herwig Fruewirth struggles for
lost thoughts in Biology.
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ROW 1: C. Cunningham. S. Berggren, l.. Perry, T. Biggs. ROW 2: L.
Frushon, B. Young, P. Woodford. J. Sabey. ROW 3: R. Scott, B.
Quinn, B. Pelzmann. ROW 4: M. Thompson, G. Mason. ROW 5: R.
Murry. M. Puffer, M. Mathews.
One would think that arranging a prom would be
work enough for any one class. Not the Junior
Class. They not only made the prom and dinner at
the Disneyland Hotel a smashing success, they
made a fantastic amount of money. If you remem-
ber way back, just before Christmas, your friendly
neighborhood Junior was selling candles.
Why the obsession with money? We were subject-
ed to Mr. Peterson's daily plea of "Does anybody
possibly have any money for me?"
Since we were freshman we have looked forward
to the time we would become seniors and now the
time has arrived. Yea us!
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Junior, Cecilia Strader.
ROW 1: S. Crichton, J. Krekemeyer, C. Salazar, P. Black. ROW 2
S. Pasker, Nl. Nlathews, J. Rasdall, B. Borchert. ROW 3: J. Thomp
son, K. May, B. Keenan, C. O'Neill.
ROW 1: IVI. Guy, L. Bosela, K. Zaengle, P. Campbell. ROW 2: R
Thompson, T. Friel. D. Tetu, T. Mueller. ROW 3: D. Lawrence, L
Bannerman, S. Taylor. J. Sullivan, L. Mack. ROW 4: S. Chavez, K
Weehler, R. Carlson, J. Wood. ROW 5: L. Sperry, R. Albers, B. Cow
in, J. Cashman.
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ROW 1: P. lVlott, A. Luft, S. Davies, C. Daykin, D. Gentry. ROW 2: L.
Hanes, L. lVlcCullar, T. Bourell, P. Burkett, J. Pressvvood. ROW 3:
T. Bush, Nl. Olsen, C. Robinson, P. Kinney, B. Proctor. ROW 4: F.
Barnes, D. Johnson, H. Ruttinger, L. Dohmann. ROW 5: D. John-
son, T. Smith, G. Hancock, R. Dunn.
ROW 1: D. Gayle, B. lVlacLean, L. Sykes, Nl. Cashman. ROW 2: A
Burnett, C. Thanos, S. Shay, J. Uhey. ROW 3: G. Self, lVl. Tracey
G. Trosper, S. Swanson. ROW 4: D. Metcalf, S. Austin, Nl. Stivers
L. Smith. ROW 5: Nl. Borgstrom, J. Ray, J. King, K. Bailey, B
Junior, Cris Salazar, holds a "friend."
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Songleader.Cheri Pasker. hopes for a win over Aviation.
ROW 1: lVl. Lucero, D. Dowdy, J. Harshaw, S. Birdsall. ROW 2: D.
Burgess, D. Fisk, C. Meheula, G. Leaf. ROW 3: J. Herren. J. Laird.
J. Seerly, E. Marshall. ROW 4: A. Arnold, C. Thomas, J. Dowd.
ROW 1: V. Blair. J. Essele. L. Harter, R. Lalvlay. ROW 2: P. Chabra-
jez. K. Gilbert. S. Bushnell. G. Porter. ROW 3: J. Soto. K. Warfield
D. Powell, K. Lake. ROW 4: G. lVlclVlullin. M. Wagley. N. Nikolic
ROW 5: M. Laster. lvl. Velzy, lvl. Puffer. K. Kraft.
Band practices for Homecoming.
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Jon Seerley pins his man at wrestling match.
ROW 1: C. Tahan, L. Drozd, D. Barton, S. Peterson. ROW 2: D.
Dobos, P. McCauley, J. Mack, T. Bunz. ROW 3: J. Carfora, D. Or-
lovvski, J. Fournier, S. McDonald. ROW 4: K. Reissen, W. Walker, E.
Eccles, S. McDonald. ROW 5: L. McCubbin, S. Dalgleish, D.
ROW 1: L. Erlandson, IVI. Foster, J. Jenkins, T. Tahan. ROW 2:'G
Warren, D. Svviggum, S. Liles, M. Paul. ROW 3: D. Viliitala, D. Ni
vans, IVI. Maledon. ROW 4: M. O'Connor, D. LeIVlasurier, B. Han
cock, H. Jewell, J. Larsen. ROW 5: S. Ray, R. Simpson.
Bandsman, Jim Cashman, plays trumpet at home game.
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ROW 1: D. O'Bannon, lVl. Nleschuk, D. Johnson, P. Cummings, A.
Wendell. ROW 2: R. Ayer, D. Wiley, C. Sweeney, E. Truesdell, J.
Obradovich. ROW 3: Nl. Hartman, E. Gould, G. Mark, B. Stievvell.
ROW 4: P. Roach, J. Salvenger, D. VanAtta. ROW 5: J. Renfro, E.
ROW 1: J. Curtis, I. Zobel, S. Safarian, B. Gilliland. ROW 2: L. Wil-
liamson, D. Wiley, P. Borovack, E. Jolly. ROW 3: A. Aguila, Nl. lVlar-
tin, C. Martinez, J. Horton. ROW 4: R. Tarcliff, W. Nlclntyre, N.
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Some of the Soph candidates for prince and princess are from
left, Mike Braham, Marva Johnson, Jeff Norris, and Cathy
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The machine age has taken over at El-Segundo
High. One no longer has to worry about someone to
dance with. The sophomore class will furnish you
with one by its magnificent electronic matchmaker.
The Sophomore class sponsored a Computer
Dance, two successful paper drives, a booth at both
a basketball and a football game, and a money
makingcandy cane sale.
Congratulations! You have reached another step
in your high school years. YOU ARE UPPERCLASS-
Sophomores Mike Roberts and Bob Adams look over some of
ot Being The Newcomers To E.S.H.S.
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ROW 1: K. Green. C. Roth. B. Dlughaczyk. Y. Barboza. P. Foster.
ROW 2: M. Hare. S. Sturm. S. Sheridan. S. Orens. ROW 3: J. Slat-
ton. A. Chieppa. S. Bailey. J. Gilbert. ROW 4: B. Benidix. E. Carrol.
ROW 1: M. Maxwell. C. Robertson. V. Carson. M. Buyan. ROW 2:
M. Johnson. D. Hinkle. P. Elstrom. A. Mora. ROW 3: E. Glotz. lvl.
Bowler. D. Drozd. P. Smith. ROW 4: B. Lowrey. J. Norris. L. Dona-
hue. ROW 5: B. Culbertson. B. Barcus.
Sophomores sign annuals on Annual day - 1968.
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ROW 1: N. Graham, L. Farnsworth, J. Carlson. C. Breeze. ROW 2:
K. Raab, G. Cameron, B. Zagorski. ROW 3: L. Johnston, B. Jus
tice, J. Cummings. ROW 4: M. Stuthard, lVl. Duvall, G. Crews, D
ROW 1: Nl. Berenger, lVl. Kinney, C. Clark, K. lVlakin. ROW 2: P
Ames, R. lVlclVlullin, J. Huey, Nl. Evans. ROW 3: J. Babcock, R
Dobrovony, B. Schaeffer, K. Wollsburger. ROW 4: lVl. Ottinger, Nl
Durkos, J. Walkey.
EKKK! It broke! What a mess!
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Sophomore Janeen Carlson, youngest member of pep club, twirls flags.
ROW 1: C. Runkel, C. Clark, C. Witford, D. Peterson, ROW 2: L.
Donahue, K. Gerughty, R. Austin, ROW 3: J. Jenkins, S. Zimmer-
man, J. Ghent, ROW 4: R. Majors, D. Dow, J. Ramey, ROW 5: G.
Brett, R. Walts, J. Bailey, Row 6: T. Carter, E. Bimber.
ROW 1: L. Carr, F. Holcomb, T, Bambi, D. Vrana, Row 2: L. Nay, C.
Clark, V. Maloy, V. Jensen, Row 3: B. Mone, W. Copeland, P. Faut,
Row 4: S. Kulp, D. Lemon.
Scott Fletcher works intently in Mechanical Drawing.
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ROW 1: P. VanVranken, C. Wilbrant, J. Culpo, R. Spielman. ROW
2: J. Cristenson, B. Lowe, R. Meredith, V. Harr. ROW 3: G. Wilson,
J. Norris, C. Sanchez. ROW 4: M. Kistler, D. Young, B. Kimball.
ROW 1: C. Weigers, L. Deeter, C. Smith, C. Nelson. ROW 2: P.
Token, N. McEIvain, S. Morton, G. Dye. ROW 3: K. Bell, L. Har-
man, B. McKee, D. Hough. ROW 4: P. Folkerson, R. McKinney.
ROW 5: E. Renfro, B. Cummings, D. Kessner, M. Neely. ROW 6: D.
Newman, J. Long.
ROW 1: M. Byrd, D. Kulpe, M. Finnie, C. Newman, D. Sanders.
ROW 2: D. Logotta, K. Sherman, R. Rasmussen, D. Spoot, N. Lor-
enzen. ROW 3: D. Copeland, B. Martin, R. Miller, M. Pogue. ROW
4: P. Deck, B. Hobe, J. Coleman, R. Bader.
ROW 1: J. Flayer, R. Bartosh, N. Harter, J. Stephens, L. Guarisco.
ROW 2: K. Hines, J. Murphy, V. Wallace, D. Howell, B. Swineheart.
ROW 3: R. Schoenbaum, D. Dobrick, D. Mathews, J. Peters, K.
Smith. ROW 4: P. Seegers, D. Burgdorf, B. Gangawere, J.
nd There Was Much Accomplished
ROW 1: D. Gagain, J. Jones, J. Ford, K. Smith. ROW 2: G. Crable,
K. Davis, K. Roseland, S. Buckingham. ROW 3: W. Brumley, S.
Finnie, L. Freeman. ROW 4: C. Harrington, L. Cripe.
ROW 1: L. White, D. Hardin, O. Self, S. Doyle. ROW 2: S. McKinley,
C. Roach, D. Woodworth, D. Smith. ROW 3: S. West, J. Benfield,
R. Martin, D. Van Buren. ROW 4: E. Bimber, G. Brett, T. Carter, M.
Platt. ROW 5: P. Dohmann, J. Pettit.
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ROW 1: C. Hambbright, J. Brandon, B. Bohney, J. Westover. ROW
2: J. Gaglein, J. Williams, M. Whiley, S. Neileigh. ROW 3: R. Ste-
vens, K. Stewart, F. Judge, D. Herman. ROW 4: N. Cortez, D. Be-
dolfe, R. DeCacus. ROW 5: G. LaMar, C. Dyardall, D. Settles, D.
ROW 1: J. Eady, J. Phillips, L. Bower, B. Jones. ROW 2: M. Gros-
venor, W. Roland, D. Nickelson, G. Drake. ROW 3: K. Allison, G.
Brett, S. Fletcher, J. Lamay. ROW 4: A. Patton, M. Branam, D.
Taylor, C. Craddock.
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F-F-FRO . . . O-O-OSH was the cheer that started
freshman class spirit. Governor Ken Dalgleish led
this young class to an exciting first year at El Segun-
The frosh held a concession booth during foot-
ball season and also one during basketball season.
They sponsored a dance that was very financially
After a whole year of being the "under-under
classmen" and being- picked-on, beat-up, and
chewed-at, they became sophomores.
Lynn Wendell shows freshman enthusiasm.
ur First Year E.S.H.S.
But look at her ... Arid those ... - They're putting this in the
ROW 1: C. Roach, C. Stump, L. Wendell, D. Dolbee. ROW 2
Johnston, P. Giery, S. Fahy, J. Cuthbertson. ROW 3: J. Tidwell
Bryant, J. Peterson, R. Kommel. ROW 4: J. Hubbard, M. Banas
Metcalf. ROW 5: R. Wilson, J. Roberts.
Freshman escapades at lunch.
ROW 1: K. Reid, R. Griffin, P. Fitzpatrick, L. Schraum. ROW 2: B.
Young, B. Albinus, D. Montm, D. Harrison. ROW 3: M. Hiber-
mann, L. Robinson. ROW 4: S. Domann, M. Frio, B. Pederson, R.
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Girls' League Freshman Orientation answers many questions.
ROW 1: T. Patterson, D. Jones, B. Simko, V. Williamson, D. Mry-
tle. ROW 2: P. Morgan, K. Dowd, R. Reculia, D. Bayes, A. Williams.
ROW 3: E. Cook, E. Retzlaff, E. Voytko, S. Storm, C. Devilbiss.
ROW 4: C. Nutz, G. Nlurray, J. Stratton, D. Davis. ROW 5: B. Peter-
son, T. Jolly, F. Sberna.
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ROW 1: C. l-lull, R. Eccles, B. Linker, L. Gragg. ROW 2: P. Coney, L.
Mclntyre, D. Fillingham, B. Reissen, T. Smith. ROW 3: S. Young,
B. Kessner, R. Byrd, R. Fowler, K. Hamrick. ROW 4: P. Kelly, B.
lVlcBride, D. Jones, G. Porter. ROW 5: D. IVlcNutt, K. Dalgleish, T.
Pleick, T. Eady.
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ROW 1: T. Stewart, D. Black, J. Meredith, R. Schrader, M. Maur-
ice, C. Warner, K. Salter. ROW 3: M. Jellison, S. McGregor, S
Dicks, R. Peters. ROW 4: R. Wilson, B. Williams, J. Toka, L. Har-
ROW 1: S. Abbott, D. Zagorski, A. Mora, C. Reinheart. ROW 2: A.
Mora, V. Lindsey, B. Howell, S. Burnett. ROW 3: B. Coultier, C.
Harrison, M. Cross, B. Volk. ROW 4: J. Hunter, J. Holmes, P.
Cook, S. Cronin. ROW 5: D. Adams, J. Farmer, R. Oja, P. Mercer.
ROW 6: S. Wilson, D. DuBois.
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ROW 1: N. McEIvain, V. Davis, Nl. Mathany, D. Johnson. ROW 2: V.
Howard, D. McMahon, J. Hayes, R. Evans, NI. McKeen. ROW 3: J.
Brackett, M. Clark, K. Mack, C. Robinson, K, Fogg, M. Ashley, J.
nd Came Out On Top
ROW 1: M. Walsh, S. Lourey, C. Bernard, L. Dearman, A. Fowler
ROW 2: B. Armstrong, P. Stone, L. Schaefer, J. Sullivan. ROW 3:
P. Smith, M. Goodman, S. Jensen, R. Luikens, B. Hobe. ROW 4: B
Stiewell, A. Brown, D. Hargrave, G. Henderson. ROW 5: G. Miller,
S. Curtis, B. Leidke, R. Wise.
ROW 1: A. Ortiz, C. Hartman, B. Wiitala, S. Puccio, G. Turino.
ROW 2: C. Orlowski, B. Metcalfe, J. Durant, L. Tonkovich, C. Ev-
ans. ROW 3: C. Durant, I. Ardellen, B. McGregor, R. Meeks, D.
Mann. ROW 4: M. Arturo, T. Hodder, R. Schlottman, M. Randall.
ROW 1: A. Mora, D. Prewitt, G. Porter, R. Melissa, S. Ashley. ROW
2: K. Wills, R. Capone, P. Schumacher, K. Harrison, S. Mote. ROW
3: S. Ramey, J. Hayes, G. Haull, D. Busenga. ROW 4: J. Kucera. G.
Klevenger, D. Bell.
ROW 1: M. Roth, D. Kile, D. Eccles, S. Wiley, D. Knox. ROW 2: E.
Thomas, C. Ray, K. Moser, M. Stocks, L. Gaston. ROW 3: J. Craw-
ford, T. Ray, G. Holmes, B. Clark. ROW 4: D. Sheehan, M. Randall.
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ranged many interesting assemblies including
some well-known personalities, as well as coordi-
nating activities during Homecoming Week.
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Gale Palmer Sharon Harris Steve Saffell
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Maureen McCready SUG Campllli Sl-I9 Engquist
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Row 1: C. Nutz, K. Dalgleish, L. Wendell. Row 2: M. McCready,
M. Johnson, J. Long, D. Kessner. Row 3: R. Scott, J. Jenkins,
S. Dalgleish, M. Puffer. Row 4: M. Louery, L. Smith, N. Wood,
S. White, H. Bedolte.
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Due to a revision in the constitution, a new
legislative body was organized. its officers are
Herb Bedolfe, President, Mike Lourey, Vice
President, and Linda Smith, Secretary.
The carnival, a candy sale, and the El Seg-
undo Basketball Classic were among the activ-
ities which they organized.
Mr. Deovlet, Advisor
Night meetings were a common occurence
for the members of the House of Represent-
atives, who were elected in the second per-
iod classes, and served as a vital link in the
chain of communication from the Executive
Cabinet to the Student Body.
Mr. Kingston, Advisor
Row 1 C. Hartman, S. Olsen, B. Albinus, M. Jellison, R. Hasbrook, M. Ashley Row 2 J. Hayos, S. Ramey, M. Maxwell, K. Willbrandt, M
Byrd, F. Holcomb Row 3 D. Herman, J. Norris, K. Hambright, J. Murphy, C. Roth, M. Platt Row 4 G. McMullin, S. Bushnell, E. Gould
L. Erlandson, E. Jolly, K. Warfield, J. Harshaw, M. Fahy, P. Keener Row 5 J. Wood, S. lreton, R. Stephens, M. Majors, L. Lehman Row 6
J. Peterson, D. Strauss, C. Dent, G. Frauenberger, D. Stevenson, P. McKinley.
Boys' State - Steve White
Susan Engquist was chosen
by the American Auxiliary for
showing leadership, an inter-
est in government and being in
the upper third of her class
The activities of Girls' State
this year included attending
lectures on state and city
government. They also learn-
ed by creating their own gov-
Chosen on an overall basis
of grades, citizenship, class
participation, Steve White
looked forward to the week at
the State Capital.
What is the purpose of Boys'
State? To quote the Creed: "
to learn and understand
government and arouse and
maintain a like interest in fel-
Governor, Steve White, Secretary, Candy Kuzmik, Lt. Governor, Jim
The end of a decade! Finishing up the Siz-
zling Sixties is the class of '69,
To keep spirit high, the class has sponsored
a tug of war and sack race at homecoming.
To keep the cash box full, a bake sale, a car
wash and Spaghetti Dinner were sponsored.
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Lt. Governor. Ivy Zobel, Governor, Scott Dalgleish, Secretary, Ella Jolly.
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A slave day, candle sale, after-game dance, and
the traditional booth at home football games -
proceeds went to finance the 1970 Junior-Senior
Other highlights of their Junior year included
class rings which were delivered early in the year.
A successful paper drive in November,
a swinging money-making concession
booth at football games and a fantastic
Computer Dance spirited the sophomore
class towards a fabulous year.
Desiring to make the sophomore class
more active this year Governor John
Long met with his fellow students every
Wednesday at lunch in sponsor lVlr. Crys-
tal's room to plan and discuss the year's
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Secretary, Pam Elmstrom, Governor, John Long, Lieutenant Governor
Bewildered Freshmen worked and
argued during lunch each Wednesday in
sponsor, lVlr. Dougherty's room to 'tlearn
the ropes" about student government
and class activities.
Under the leadership of Governor Ken
Dalgleish, active Freshmen worked at the
Concession boothes during football and
Bewildered no longer, these lively lead-
ers point the way for better and bigger
Secretary, Debbie Schraum, Governor Ken Dalgleish, Lieutenant Gover-
nor, Theresa lreton.
Maureen MeCready 8a Herb Bedolfe
Wayne Murray 8a Vicki Pasker Timi Bourell 8a Dave Johnson
Jeff Norris 8: Diane Drozd Theresa Ireton 8L Steve Curtis
Herb Gives Maureen The Traditional Kiss.
"Pat Jordan and Darrell Bird cross over
the moat to Buckingham Palacef'
Imagine yourself at Buckingham
Palace having a Ball! This was the
theme of the 1968 Coronation
Dance, November 5. A drawbridge,
ladies in waiting, and a huge gold
crown decorated the boy's gym as
the band of "Music Unlimited"
played tunes for dreamy dancing.
At 10:30 Mr. Peterson announced--
"I now present to you, the Royal
Court for 1968. The Freshman
Prince and Princess, Steve Cur-
tiss, and Theresa lreton, Sopho-
more Prince and Princess, Jeff
Norris and Diane Drodzg Junior
Prince and Princess, David John-
son and Timi Bourellg Senior
Prince and Princess, Wayne lVlur-
ray and Vicki Pasker! And the 1968
Homecoming Royalty---King Herb
Bedolf and Queen Maureen Mc-
Cready!" Then Cheryl Page, 1967
Queen, officially crowned them
King and Queen of Buckingham
Palace and Homecoming, 1968!
lt was quite an evening.
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Happiness Is Homecoming!
Timi And David
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You Have To Be Careful
Great Moments Of 1968-69
Classes At Scroc.
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Susan Engquist Sally Smith
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Maureen McCready Debble Dams
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J .V. Cheerleaders ascot
An added attraction to the Pep Squad this year
was the J. V. Cheerleaders. They attend all the B and
C football and basketball games. Like the Varsity
leaders, they help paint signs and participate in Ral-
lies and assume most of the same responsibilities.
The J. V. Squad is made up of freshman and sopho-
more girls only and includes Joyce Brandon, Pallie
Fitzpatrick and Melissa McCready.
ROW 1: J. Hunter, C. Smith, R. Byrd, D. Bushcarter, S. Kulp, C
Collette, S. Salarian, Nl. Cashman, N. lVlcElvain, A. Aguila. ROW 2
lvl. Evans, D. Cashman, D. Bayes, T. Helvey, P. Van Vranken, C
Evans, G. Roach, S. Schroder, D. Sheehan, R. Albers. ROW 3: S
Finnie, R. Spielman, C. Hull, S. Wiley, C. McAlaster, lVl. Ottinger.
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ROW 1: B. Borchert, B. Martin, C. Salizar, B. Cowin, B. Ashley. ROW 2: J. Re-nfro, R. Albers, M. Pogue, G. Paff, A
Aguila, B. Stiewel, S. Saffell, L. Jamele.
COLGNELS: Deborah Hamilton, Susan HEAD RANK: TiSh
Janice McKellar '
ROW 1: A. Luft, M. Matthews, C. Briese, V. Blair, C. Bowles. ROW
2: M. Meschuk, N. Wood, L. Erlandson, V. Carson, L. Sims
Under the leadership of Debbie Hamilton, Susie
Neate, and Tish Almquist, the Drill Team, accompa-
nied bythe band, performed at home football
games. They marched to popular songs like Windy,
Music to Watch Girls By, and A Hard Day's Night.
During basketball half-times, the girls did routines
to the music of the Tijuana Brass and other well-
known artists. Besides their half-time perform-
ances, they marched in the El Segundo Christmas
Parade and went to the area competition at Arroyo
ROW 1: J. Jones, G. Frauenberger, S. Berggren, D. Warnock, R.
Scott. ROW 2: L. Hamilton, T. Bourell, V. Ray, D. Johnson, T.
ROW 1: V. Syracuse, K. Daykin, C. Conroy, C. Montz, L. Williams.
ROW 2: M. Johnson, G. Cameron, J. Obradovich, M. Foster, J.
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ROW 1: P. McKinley, B. Young, E. Sanchez, P. Deitchman, R.
Churchill. ROW 2: M. McDowell, E. Truesdell, M. O'Connor, J.
ROW 1: S. Orens, J. Gumpert, J. Moyer, K. Wilbrandt, J. Westover.
ROW 2: E. Kielnecker, N. Judge, S. Day, K. Hambright, B. Bahny.
ROW 1: M. Lucebo, L. Williams, C. Williams, D. Gentry, L. Raes, P
Cummings, S. Clark, S. Bushnell. ROW 2: P. Rohmer, L. Martin
M. Walkey, L. McCullar, C. Calvert, C. Runkle, M. Byrd, C. Rovin
son, C. Cummingham. ROW 3: T. Turney, C. Meheula, S. Crich
ton, R. Bailey, F. Guy, P. Gates, M. Hartman, D. Burgess, M. Last
ROW 1: R. Lamay, D. Johnson, Y. Barboze, J. Esslie, B. Dlugaezyk.
ROW 2: S. Turino, M. Cashman, J. Sabey, P. Burkett, S. Liles, N.
McElvain, I. Zobel, C. Davies. ROW 3: T. Steffan, C. Wiitala, L.
Woodford, C. Davies, E. Jolly, J. Paff, L. Harman, B. Phillips, D.
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Row 1: J. Meredity, c. iviarriis. Row 2: A. Mora, s. ' , Q
Puccio, B. Howell, D. Bosela, R. Libick. ROW 3: S. If ,MIAH
Fisk, T. Knipe, N. Graham. ROW 4: P. Ammes, R. 'i A.-r f
Spielman, D. Wiltala, C. Valle, C. Ross. ROW 5: S. 5 - -V'
Schradar, C. Castle, D. Harrison, F. Head, K. Hines,
M. McCarthy. ROW 6: L. Robinson, M. Guy, M. Haver-
man, K. Perry, . Noel, L. Bower, C. Johnston. ROW
7: R. Velasco, T. Ireton, D. Erickson, K. Gerughty.
B. Alvinas, L. Tonkovich. ROW 8: V. Harr, D. McMa-
T ' -Ill
ROW 1: D. Kucera, W. Larson. ROW 2: D. Powell, S. Culbertson,
P. Whitted, R. McKinney. ROW 3: A. Robinson, G. Porter, C.
ROW 1: L. Schraum, A. Ortiz, T. Patterson
ROW 2: V. Davis, G. Wharton, D. Prewitt
M. Tuori, R. Bartosh. ROW 3: S. Sheridan
J. Cuthbertson, S. Johnson, S. Wiley, A
Fowler. ROW 4: K. Mosher, S. Scales, N
McElvain. L. Johnston. G. Poter. ROW 5: C.
Evans. V. Lewis, P. Phillips, M. Pritchard
ROW 1: W. Stump, D. Stevenson, C. Deets, S. Harris, P. Burkett, L.
Simons, M. Fitch. ROW 2: R. Dunn, J. Jenkins, K. Harris, J. Uhey.
ROW 3: P. Johnson, S. Crichton, P. Phillips. ROW 4: B. Bullock, J.
Rasdall, N. Dickens, J. Peterson. ROW 5: T. Karutz, S. Dalgleish,
ROW 1: D. Kessner, M. Randall, P. Phillips, B. MacGregor, P
Smith, M. Ashley, K. Wheeler. ROW 2: W. Copeland, M. Majors, C
Dent, M. Duvall, P. Chase, C. Stopher. ROW 3: B. Mone, T. Purris
M. Wagley, C. Runyen, C. Campeau. ROW 4: W. Mclntire, N. Gu
tierrez, G. McMullin, J. Horton. ROW 5: P. Mercer.
ROW 1: G. Sexton, M. Foster, J. Brandon, L. Deeter, R. Bartosh, V.
Blair, J. Coney, N. Grahman, L. Nay, M. Guy, B. Dlugajczyk. ROW
2: C. Tahan, C. Calvert, S. Johnson, G. Crable, K. Gerughty, H.
Hartman, N. Stevens, L. Hunter, J. Murphy, M. Bird, G. Porter.
ROW 3: D. Gagain, L. Hanes, S. Morton, J. Paff, C. Nelson, D.
Hough, E. Truesdell, S. Ahres, P. Rohmer, S. Buckingham.
ROW 1: D. Davis, T. Patterson, K. Dowd, R. Eccles, C. Roach, B.
Linker, C. Stumpp, S. Peterson, D. Jones, C. Hartman, P. Foster.
ROW 2: M. Tuori, V. Williamson, S. Puccio, A. Williams, S. Mote, V.
Lindsey, D. George, M. Haberman, M. Wheeler, C. Wharton, C.
Corvin, D. Fillingham, D. Mrdal. ROW 3: D. Flyn, F. Holcomb, K.
Hutchinson, K. Perry, A. Fowler, B. Wiitala, G. Turino, P. Held, L.
Schraum, G. Murray, D. Harrison, D. Peterson. ROW 4: M. Smith,
E. Retalaff, S. Storm, G. Dye, L. Tonkovich, D. McMahon, T.
Smith, V. Lewis, P. Coney, C. Devilbiss, M. McKean, V. Jensen, B.
The Eagles fought valiantly against a tough opposition.
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3rd Annual El Segundo Basketball
Classic Royalty. Princess Vicki Blair, Queen Vicki Pasker, and
Princess Annette Luft.
Dave Ralston watches as Dick Stumpp attempts a shot.
lt's you Mr. Thorsen.
Freshmen girls see their first Golden Eagle.
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Presentation of the 1968 Golden Eagle.
You're in charge now. Colleen
She didn't know I'd really go.
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Pep Club rganized ally AfterRally
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"You were asked to come, too?" Who is our host
and what do the ten of us have in common?"
One murder. Who done it? Two, three, tour. The
Judge? Five, six, seven, eight. No, he's dead.
"Ten Little Indians", by Agatha Christie is a
multi-murder mystery made even more macabre
by the actors ofthe class of '69.
A person is killed and one of the little toy Indians
falls off the mantle. Two are left. One is the murder-
er, or maybe ...
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just tainted, lies on judge fleaftlle Window-
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LEFT: James Cowell dies and another Indian
Jenny Sue Coney remains calm. until ,..
Les Cripe examines Tom Limberg, the first Indian to die. Larny Mack, Dona Stevenson,
Dave Van Natta, and Wayne Stump watch him in horror.
Cin order of demiseb
Tom Limberg . ,. ... playboy
Julie Puccio ... .... maid
James Cowell ..... ... General
Jenny Sue Coney . .. .. old maid
Greg Roach ..... .. butler
Les Cripe . .. ... doctor
Larny Nlack .... . . detective
Wayne Stump... ..,.......i. judge
Dona Stevenson . . . . secretary-heroine
Dave Van Natta . . . ..,..i....... hero
Steve Fisher ... ..boatman
The unusually quiet old maid attracts Dave's attention - She's
A windy afternoon in June was the setting for the
graduation of the class of '68, Parents looked down
from their grandstand seats to the empty chairs
below on the football field. The time had arrived.
The ESHS orchestra urged the seniors on to the
field with a solemn procession. Juniors held the
flowered archways as the graduating students slow-
ly marched under them. Jim Puffer and Marilyn
Walkey reflected the feelings of the class in their
addresses to the parents. The students received
their diplomas. They were now alumni of ESHS.
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The Prom Sweet Heart of '1968' was Kathy Wiley.
"Rhapsody in Blue" at the Bel Air Bay
Club in Pacific Palisades was the 1968
Prom! Blue and white flowers, live doves in
white cages, tall white columns and Grecian
urns complimented the couples dancing to
the music of the "Blue Notes." The high-
light ofthe evening was the crowning ofthe
Prom Sweetheart, Kathy Wiley, and the
announcement of the Prom Princesses,
Annette Drummond and Ronalie Wood.
BELOW: Decoration Committee hard at work.
Student life begins early at ESHS. Stu-
dents studying in a group or a few stu-
dents studying individually ... Boys tak-
ing role in gym or an individual showing
fatigue after a run ... A girl cheering ata
rally or hungry students standing in line
for lunch Boys trying to get into a
room unnoticed Teachers swapping
stories of classroom follies ... The band
practicing "Up, Up, and Away" The
drill team and band at the long-practiced
evening performance The day has
ended and will be ready forthe beginning
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Greg hopes to at-
tend USC or UCLA af-
ter leaving ESHS. He is
Dlanning to enter
medical school after
He enjoys tennis,
music and is active in
Democratic Club in El
Greg is the presi-
dent of the Junior
Classical league and is
secretary of Key Club.
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Nlaioring in Spanish and minoring
in music, Nadine will attend Brigham
Young University in Utah. She plans to
Her interests being music, she plays
piano, cello, and guitar.
Nadine is a member of Epsilon Sig-
ma. Spanish Club and CSF. She is also
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UCLA is the future
alma mater of Carole.
She intends to do
graduate work in
Her interests in-
and vocal music and
Carole is an active
member of AFS,
CSF, Epsilon Sigma,
Spanish Club and
When asked about post high school
plans, Becky promptly answers BYU.
She will major in English.
Becky plays guitar and piano and
spends her spare time collecting Mad
Becky is one of ESHS' flagtwirlers,
and is in Epsilon Sigma and on the
1969 Golden Eagle Staff.
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spend his college
years at Stanford.
stamp collecting, sail-
ing, track, and tennis
is of interest to ESHS'
Jumping into activi-
ty, he has been a clari-
net soloist and in the
Senior Class Play.
Greg is in Key Club,
and Varsity Band.
Stanford or Pepperdine College are
among Charles' plans. He is interested
in architecture as a possible future.
Tennis, skiing, and investigating
aspects of the brain take up Charles'
spare time. He works at the School for
Mentally Handicapped Children and is
active in the Junior Red Cross.
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tal College the college of her choice.
She doesn't know which major she'll
Her hobbies include sewing, sea-
shell collecting, and working with pa-
Val is active in AFS, GAA, CSF, Epsi-
lon Sigma, French Club, and is editor
Paul is planning to
study at San Diego
State following high
school. His major will
Paul enjoys science,
drafting and is espe-
, cially interested in
" We He is a member of
Key Club, AFS, CSF.
and Biology Club, of
the two later, Paul is
Margret would like to attend Penn
State or UC Berkley.
She has not one but seven profes-
sions in mind. They are medicine, psy-
chology, sociology, art, journalism,
poetry, and computer programming.
Margret's hobbies include painting,
writing, traveling, and conversation.
California Scholarship Federation
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ROW 1: L. Lehman, C. Montz, B. Morton, ROW 2:C. Deets, G. Frauenber- M. Stivers, E. Gould, M. Fahy, E. Jolly, B. Pelzman, B.
ger, V. Truesdell, G. Cole, N. Dickens, ROW 3: P. Sinclair, C. Stiles, J. Fornerone.
ROW 1: C. Nelson, J. Cummings, J, Westover, M. Ramsey, J. Carlson,
ROW 2: D. Hinkle, C. Roth, N. McElvain, C. Runkle, K. Gerughty, ROW
3: V. Maloy, J. Paff, M. Grovesnor, ROW 4: R. Churchill, N. Goodale,
D. Robison, D. Herman.
Being the progressive club that it is, the Cali-
fornia Scholarship Federation at ESHS is plan-
ning to institute an "Honor Student Absence
Day", whereby one of these academic students
may be absent for one day of school without
One might spend hours of thought reflecting
upon the past and contemplating the future of
these intelligent members.
E. Jolly, S. Culbertson, B. Pelzman, D. Odle, K. Bannerman, H. Fruhwirth, P. Sinclair, G. Smith, G. Cole, L. Lehman, lVlr. Harden, L. Smith,
A well-earned trip to the San Diego Zoo highlights
this year's activities for Biology Club.
Membership in Biology Club stimulates interest
by research and reports-in-depth in fields of sci-
Members of Biology Club are generally students
who will pursue a career in some field of science.
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B. Pelzman, G. Smith, NI. Dogan, P. Sinclair, E. Gould, P. Keener, M. O'Grady, L. Bannerman
J. Petersen, G. Cole, D. Bird, S. Birdsall, G. Cole, H. Jewell,T. Karutz
B. Morton V. Truesdell
C. Deets E. Kielnecker
G. Frauenberger B. Hoggan
K. l-larris L. Finnle
l. Caballero J. Sheldon
A. Young N. Dickens
D. Davis K. Gallagher
1969 Golden agle Staff
Beth Murphy, Organizations Editor
Gary Phillips, Faculty Editor
Mike Stivers, Copy Editor
Val Truesdell, Editor-in-Chief
Tish Almquist, Senior Editor
Turn Maledon. Sports Editor
.lan Krekemyer, Classes Editor
Dune Buggy Courtesy of Mr. Wood
Susan Carnpilii, Art Editor
Wendy Larsen, Business Manager
Debbie Davis, Assistant Sports Editor
Jani Sheldon, Assistant Index Editor
Debbie Copeland, Assistant Activities
Maureen McCready, Index Editor
Tom Limberg, Photographer
May Smith, Activities Editor
1969 B agle Staff
Paul Keener, Photographer
Miss Dokken, Staff Advisor
Brad Justice, Exchange Editor
Linnea Martin, Columnist
Jim Helvey, Columnist
Beth Murphy, Feature Editor
Dan Walker, Sports Editor
Cindy Pendleton, Editor-in-Chief
Lance Smith, Business Manager
Jeff Varner, Editorial Editor
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196 -69 Pep Club
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Stolper, S. Ray, C. Andrews, J. Wood, G. Cole, D. Lalvlausier
Maledon, D. Peterson
Jewell, B. Pelzman, S. Dalgleish
Peterson, K. Barmerman, D. Strauss V,
Van Drie, J. Raslov
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Kallenberger, T. Karutz, G. Cole, G. Smith, R. Hulsey ,,.
196 -69 Varsity Club
ROW 1: K. Bannerman, M. Fahy, P. McCauley, S. Davis, M. Beren-
ger, l. Caballero, S. Birdsall, ROW 2: M. Ramsey, J. Murphy, C
Haull, C. Deets, L. Smith, B. Fornerone, B. Morton, C. Montz
ROW 3: K. Smith, C. Collette, L. Deeter, J. Hayes, B. Justice, J
Carr, K. Dyrdahl, K. Harris, ROW 4: R. Metcalfe, J. Carlson, E. Wil-
ey, D. Robinson, K. Mosher, M. Stocks, F. Holcomb, L. Farn-
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Don Juan serenades at Spanish dinner at "Don Juan's Restau-
sworth, G. McMuIIin, ROW 5: P. Jordan, L. Sykes, Z. Victorio, M.
Grosvenor, C. Craddock, M. Johnson, D. Mathevvs, ROW 6: J. Pe-
terson, V. Maloy, D. Hughes, R. Evans, D. Johnson, M. Puffer.
ROW 7: D. Bird, L. Smith, S. Morton, U. Mendez, H. Jewell, P.
VanVranken, G. Phillips, J. Rasdell, M. Morrice.
With a bit of Spanish culture at our doorstep,
Mexican border, that is, it's little wonder there is
such an interest in Spanish and Spanish Club.
The members toured the Mexican Mardi Gras at
Universal Studios, had a genuine Spanish dinner at
"Don Juans' Restaurant", journeyed to Padua Hills
to view "Los Posadas", held a progressive dinner
and participated in the language clubs' annual
Spanish students Linnea Martin, Bev Morton, Claudia Montz,
and Sharon Harris enjoy their spanish dinner.
ROW 1: V. Blair, P. Tidwell, C. Hartman, C. Nelson, ROW 2: R. McKinney,
S. Wiley, L. Gaston, ROW 3: lVl. Berenger, T. Stewart, D. lVlclVlahon, ROW
4: R. Churchill, Nl. Haberman, N. Mclilvain, ROW 5: V. Truesdell, D. Ste-
venson, B. Fornerone, J. Soto, ROW 6: Nl. O'Grady, G. lVlclVluslan, lvl.
Fahy, ROW 7: G. Vandrie, S. Fletcher, l-l. Jewell, C. Stiles.
"Bon jour, club francais," sponsor Mrs.
Wolf said to students as they met for French
The year's activities included a progressive
dinner, installation of officers, participation
in the language clubs Christmas Party, and a
trip to a French Restaurant.
President Ella Jollr enjoys French Club progressive
if Timi Bourell, Cheri Pasker and Steve White eat. drink, and be merry at French
4 Club progressive dinner.
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ROW 1: K. Gerughty, T. Patterson, E. Gould, C. Runkle, E. Retzlaff, ROW 2: J. Krekemeyer, W. Clark, B. Young, P. McQuiston, K
German Club is an active group of students.
Just listen to some ofthe highlights of 1968 -
1969. They enjoyed dinner at Alpine Village in
Torrance and after a delightful meal they
were oft to the theater.
Prior to Christmas, German Club members
made Christmas stockings filled with goodies
for the Children's Hospital.
ROW 1: N. Harter, M. Ashley, J. Thompson, C. Roach, B. Keenan, S. Cronin. ROW 2: L. Sims, G.
Cole, E. Cook, ROW 3: L. Bosela, D. Buschkotter, C. Roth, ROW 4: M. Guy, K. Fitch, S. Strum,
ROW 5: D. Cashman, B. Albinus, D. Limberg, ROW 6: L. Johnston, K. Zaengle, P. Burkett, ROW
7: J. Walkey, R. Tardiff, S. Olson.
Junior Classical League!
This group is none other
than Latin Club, and its
members completely demo-
lish the idea that Latin is a
These modern Caesars
and Cleopatras include in
their many activities, a bar-
b-que, an installation of offi-
cers, a Christmas party, a
state convention in Fresno,
a Roman Banquet in April, a
"JCL Field Day" for South-
ern Californians, and a Na-
tional Convention in New
Orleans in August.
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Tom Karutz, El Segundo's student to Japan last summer, greets
Anne YoungCAustraliaJ and Mehmet Dogan fTurkeyJ.
Flying all the way from Brisbane, Australia, Anne
arrived in El Segundo.
She is active in the Navagation Club, Epsilon
Sigma, French Club, AFS, and the Bay Eagle.
Upon returning to Australia, Anne plans to go to
the University of Queensland.
She enjoys reading, sports, and traveling, and
finds little difference in high schools.
Mehmet came to El Segundo from Ankara, Tur-
key. He is a member of Key Club, the tennis team,
Mehmet plans to attend the Middle East Tech
University where he will study chemical
l-le plays the accordian and is an avid chess and
School in Turkey has thirteen classes. The stu-
dents stay in one room, while the teacher moves
from class to class.
ROW 1: K. Harris, B. Murphy, T. Karutz, S. Harris, J. Brandon, P.
VanVranken. ROW 2: L. Sims, A. Young, L. Lehman. L. Lord, J.
Flayer, ROW 3: D. Stevenson, D. Hinkle, M. Johnson, P. Mc-
Kinnley, B. Bahney, E. Kielnecker, M. Berenger. L. Erlandson. T.
Patterson, ROW 4: T. Turney, C. Roach, M. Dogan. C. Deets, E.
Gould, H. Jewell, C. Wiley, K. Zaengle, B. Young, ROW 5: M. Fahy,
G. Turino, C. Stiles, J. Murphy, M. Ramsey, S. McKinnIey, E. Ret-
zlaff, ROW 6: G. Cole, J, Peterson, J. McCreary, C. Collette, J
Paff, R. Kinney.
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AFS is a club dedicated to futher the
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Under the leadership of President, Tom
Karutz, who spent a summer as ESHS's
representative to Ja pan, AFS has excelled
in its annual "Pancake Breakfast, "Dol-
lars for Scholars Drive", car wash, and
welcoming Anne and Mehmet to ESHS.
uture Homemakers Of America
ROW 1: S. Olson, A. Robinson, IVI. Berenger, K. Wheeler, lVl. Kinney, ROW 2: B. Bahney, D. Limberg,
S. lVlcKinley, D. Montz, B. Albinus, ROW 3: P. McKinley, Nl. Olson, P. Mott, T. Turney, G. Sweinhart.
S. Lourey, R. Lamay.
The Future Homemakers
of America is a club de-
signed to produce women
with knowledge in the arts
of sewing, cooking, and
budgeting of money, and to
make their future homes
more cheerful and
Club members have visit-
ed Farmer's Market and
have helped to serve lunch-
eons for different organiza-
ROW 1: T. Martin, J. Varner, S. Dalgleish, M. Miller, R. Randall, J. Roberts, Mr. Hess.
ROW 2: J. Fass, R. Bissell. ROW 3: W. Mclntyre, E. Gould, P. McCauley, l. Zobel, E. Jolly,
A. Young. ROW 4: L. Roscitto, K. Wheeler, G. Sweinhart, L. White, K. Graham, M. Beren-
ger, N. Lorenzen, C. Roach, L. Domann, O. Sheehan, M. Evans.
Earth Space Science Club
Navigation Club is a club dedicat-
ed to teaching interested students
to navigate sailing ships. It not only
teaches one to use a sextant and
maps, but to learn about survival
skills needed to sail-a ship.
Acticities during the year in-
clude actual plotting courses and
sailing courses that the students
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President, the Earth Space
Science Club planned the
second annual trip to DeviI's
To belong to the club, the
requirements include a re-
port or experiment in a cer-
tain field dealing with sci-
ence. The purpose is to
promote interest in the field
ROW 1: B. Bahney,M. Kinney, M. Wheeler, M. Cross. L. Bower, L. White, A. Robinson, L. Bosela, I.
Zobel. ROW 2: G. Phillips, L. Smith. J. Ray. M. Miller, A. Ross. G. Sweinhart. C. Mehula, K. Gerugh-
ty. E. Jolly, K. Graham.
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Senior Representatives: C. Nlontz, G. Frauenberger, D. Copeland,
Sophomore Representatives: D. l-linkle, N. Goodale, lVl. Nlc-
Junior Representatives: L. Simons, C. Rasker, C. Wiley.
Freshman Representatives: Mary Stocks, M. Stocks, S. Olson,
One of the many activities to be remembered
in the year 1968-69 by Girls' League was the
adopting of a Korean War-Orphan.
Here at ESHS, Girls busy themselves by selling
pennants and spirit pins. Sponsoring a dance
and the Girl-of-the-Month recognition are a-
mong yearly projects.
With these activities and more to interest all
girls at ESHS, they find time to bring the dress
code out of the archives and into modern fashion
and to orient the incoming freshman girls.
K. Riessen, K. Hulfine, D. Smith, Mr. Shigakawa, T. Purvis, S. Crichton,
Did you ever wonder who gets
up the needed equipment for ral-
lies and assemblies and other
The Audio Visual crew sets up
the Public Address systems, runs
films, projectors, tape recorders,
and record players for ease in
teaching various subjects in
Lights! Camera! Action!
describes the group that's
so full of energy that every
third period they set up in-
numerable props, risers,
and lighting for school mus-
icals, plays, assemblies, and
They are so interested in
learning the "art of stage
craft and lighting tech-
niques," that they even set
up the auditorium and cafe-
teria tor groups outside of
LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Leslie, S. McDonald, E. Carroll, T. Smith, K. Sherrill, D. Orlowski, C. Hall, G.
Burgdorf, K. May,
L. Sims, D. Stevenson, E. Jolly, R. Lamay, P. Cummings, R. Spieldman, G. Porter, C. Robinson
P. Burkett, lVl. Byrd, C. Runkle, S. Clark.
The purpose of Orchesis is to
provide an environment for
creating dances which may be
performed for the enjoyment
and education of its members.
Members of Orchesis have
among their programs an in-
structional performance for
Junior High School girls, a girls
assembly, an evening perform-
ance, and a Spring concert.
Drama Club is an organization dedicat-
ed tothe study and performing of theater
Members are of the drama class
where they memorize and study tech-
niques of acting, one-act plays, musi-
cals and television acting.
Drama Club inspires such enthusiasm
in plays such as the Senior Class play and
the bi-annual musicals.
ROW 1: J. Rasdell, C. Robinson, G. Porter, P. McQuiston, Nl. Mathney
ROW 2: S. Olson, D. Nlontz, D. Limberg, C. Shumaucher, ROW 3: A. Rob
inson, S. Chavez, R. Rasmussen.
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R. Thompson, W. Murray. S. Ray, M. Wagley. C. Runyen, S. White,
B. Hayes. ROW 2: B. Hart, J. Schaeffer, B. Bullock, C. Andrews, T.
Maledon, S. Dalgleish, C. Bialeschki. B. MacGregor, G. Crews, J
Horton, R. Frame, J. Peters. ROW 3: Coach Santia, P. Sinclair, J.
Craig Andrews Defense
Chuck Bialeschki Defense
Barry Bullock Defense
Mike Cuzick Defense
Cliff Dent Offense
Brad Hancock Offense
Greg Hancock Defense
Bruce Hart Offense
Bill Hayes Defense
Mike Kistler Defense
Mike Majors Defense
Tim Maledon Offense
Wayne Murray Offense
David Peterson Offense
Steve Ray Offense
Doug Strauss Defense
Dick Stumpp Offense
Steve White Offense
Bailey, R. Dunn, M. Majors, C. Campeau, B. Hancock, D. Peter
son, M. Kistler, D. Burgdorf, G. VanDrie, L. Sperry, J. Sullivan, J
Paslov, Coach Shigekawa. ROW 4: C. Dent, B. Schaeffer, G. Ferry
G. Hancock, K. Bailey, S. Zilk, R. Miller, M. Mote, D. Strauss, D
Stumpp, K. Wise.
All League Tight End, Dick Stumpp, slides the Eagles to
With the close of summer's sun gl freedom, the El
Segundo Eagles were faced with heartfelt desires
for a season of victory. The veteran's had memories
of a tragic past and a haunting present but their
hopes were highg the Eagles could bring victory and
honor backto Gundo.
With their 12th loss and San Marino rated 4th in
C.l.F., they put up a tremendous fight to tie the
game 13-13. Once again, the fans as well as the Ea-
gles displayed confidence. Along came Aviation and
its ever constant battle with victory as its ultimate
end. With 67's record of defeat the Eagles disproved
the implanted belief. They struggled, fought, and
termination was Happiness and Victory. Assurance
is granted that the games should have continued,
for the feeling of preparation and oncoming fight
impelled the Eagles to pride and once again to lift
their heads high.
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19 Beverly Hills 34
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ROW 1: J. Obradovich, D. Orlowski, S. Chavez, G. McMullin, T.
Smith, S. McDonald, Nl. Jenkins, B. Martin. ROW 2: T. Carter, J.
Norris, R. Evans, D. Zimmerman, S. Bailey, G. Brett, W. Copeland,
J. Gould, B. Quinn, B. Culbertson, K. Stuart. ROW 3: G. Self, E.
Bimber, D. Swanson, T. Pleick, J. Roberts, L. Dohman.
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The Bee's football team, led by Coaches Zimmer-
man and Brewer, had the best league standing
since the 1965 Championship team. The Bee's had
such overall wins as Rolling Hills, Aviation, Lennox,
Miraleste, and the climax ofa 41-6 win over Beverly
The hard-working Bee's were led by their most
valuable player, Dan Le Nlasurier and the scoring
honors were taken by Tim Carter and Tom Smith.
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A. Wendell. J. Clark. K. Splttler. J. Sullivan, J. Tidwell, D. Ham-
bright. R. Byrd. R. Mayors. ROW 2: L. Wilkins. J. Hayes, R. Martin.
S. Domann, M. Randall. R. Kommel, T. Hodder. C. Orlowski, K.
The small Cee Team gained valuable experience
through their losses as well as their wins. Such wins
were over Leuzinger. San Marino, Beverly l-lills, and
Miraleste. The Cee coaches, Mr. Morgan and Mr.
Smith were an inspiration to the young team and
their Most Valuable Player Frank Judge was a main
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J. Goegle. K. Dalgleish, M. Jellison. S. Swiggum, E. Eccles. M. Cur
tis. S. McGregor, B. Schaeffer. D. Bell.
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FIRST IN PIONEER LEAGUE 2nd IN PIONEER LEAGUE
Wrestling victories came early to the Eagle
Grapplers with seven wins and an outstanding
league record. Such promising men were
Doug Strauss first in Pioneer League and
Steve White placing second in Pioneer League.
Other fine wrestlers were Jim Gould, Dan Le-
Masurier, Joe Paslov, and Steve Saffell.
TOP Ellot Gould MVP ln hrs prosperous season placed llth In little trouble at this Lennox Cross Country Meet BOTTOM RIGHT
Flnals and led has team to a 3rd place positron In Pioneer League - Agony IS Ecstasy at thus meet against Avlatlon and Bruce Cow
BOTTOM LEFT JV Curt Harrington HOT BUT COOL runs Into in will greet anyone with prowess
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Hard work and determination gave Doug Bvesenga the honored title of Most Dedicated Player of the J.V. team. BOTTOM RIGHT: Knox
Bannerman stands with honor as he assumes the Most Improved Title, placing seventh in Pioneer League.
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Coach Jones and his fine 1968-69 Varsity basket-
ballers placed third in the Pioneer League this sea-
son behind such strong teams as Beverly Hills and
Aviation. The Eagles swept over Lawndale and Mira-
leste for easy victories. Over-all, the Varsity Eagles
are to be commended for their desire and will to
play good basketball. Players such as Captain Mari-
kos and Co-Captain Ralston are also responsible for
this good record. The mighty Eagles continue to
The JV's, a young team consisting of one fresh-
man, six sophomores, and two juniors fought their
way for sensational wins over Aviation and Palos
Verdes. Coach Deovlet commented that for such an
extremely young team he was very proud of their
record. Much of their success was due to the talent
of Dan Herman, chosen most valuable player, who
averaged 15 points per game!
D. Herman, B. Lowe, J. Obradvich, D. Johnson, A. Arnold, M. Branam, P. Dohman, G. Brett, J. Pleick, CENTER RIGHT: Coach Deovlet
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El Segundos Bee Basketball team started the 62 Beverly Hllls
season with 4 convincing victories over such 54 Culverclty
schools as Leuzinger, Hawthorne, Costa Mesa, and 59 Lawndale
Dominguez. The team garnered 5 wins for a 5-9 59 lvlomlngslde
record, but the final scores do not tell the excellent 50 Lennox
playing and coaching of this team. Coach Carter 43 Palos Verdes
and his Bees exhibited some good basketball in ev- 51 Avlallon
ery game! 61 Beverly Hills
LEFT T0 RIGHT - David Zimmerman, Frank Judge. Steve Ray, Kelly, Bob Wilson, Mike Mote, Rick Meredith Tim Maledon and
Jim Aiken, Randy Majors, Don May. Steve Leal, Dale McNutt, Pat Leo Donahue.
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The action was with the Pioneer League Champi-
on Cee Basketball team who finished the season
with 18 wins and 3 losses. Under the outstanding
coaching of Mr. Morgan, these young but mighty
Eagles triumphed over Beverly Hills and Aviation. lt
was a great season forthe Pioneer League Champi-
ons and Coach Morgan.
LEFT TO RIGHT - Jim Carr, Steve Obradovich, Steve Curtis, Ken Bell, Scott McGregor, Jeff Tidwell. and Pat Giery.
Dalgleish, Guy Henderson, Mike Jellison, Stewart Swiggum, Don
ROW 1: Coach Saari, B. Ashley, T. Karutz. ROW 2: G. Smith, R. trom ROW 5 lVl Puffer N Stimpson S Austin B VanVranken
Albers. ROW 3: R. Olson, G. Clevenger. ROW 4: J. Potett, lVl. Borgs- S Ayer
Varsit ater Polo
The 1968-69 Water Polo season saw the Eagles
giving their all. These boys put their hearts into
their games, and devoted many long hours of prac-
tice to the perfection of their aquatic skills. Guided
by one ofthe nation's foremost water polo coaches,
Coach Saari, the Eagles fought valiantly on to six
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Cee Water Polo teams played
some tough opponents. They,
like the Varsity team, practiced
many long hours to perfect their
game. Judging by their record
and spirit we can look forward to
very promising teams in the
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ROW 1: K. Bailey, R. Albers, R. Hulsey, K. Wise, C. Dent, lVl. Wag- Lemasurler. ROW 3: I. lVlaledoh, J. Gould, T. Mueller, S. Dalgleish
ley, D, Walker, G. Burgclorf. ROW 2: T. Smith, K. Bahhermah, IVI. D. Smith, S. Chavez, B. Lowe.
Dave Copeland in action,
Coach Shigekawa Coach Zimmerman
arsity Track In Action
Randy Ayer sails over the bar.
George Burgdorf leads hurdlers,
Tony Pleick, Barry Bullock, and Scott Dalgliesh com- '
pete in pie-eating contest.
Don Nlay successfully clears the high jump bar,
Coach Carter assists at track meet.
The Eagle Cindermeh, led by shot putter
Cliff Dent, high jumper Ray Hulsey, broad
jumper Tom Smith and pole vaulter David
Walker, reflected showmanship for the inter
core of thefield events.
El Segundo's sprinters and hurdlers were
the nuclei of strength with George Burgdorf
doing C865 in the 70 highs. Tim Nlaledoh
and Scott Dagleish led the way in sprints.
The combination of Tom Smith, Mark Wag-
ley, David Walker, and Tim Nlaledon ap-
peared ihvincible with record-breaking
ROW 1 T Nlaledon S Fletcher, Nl. Duvall, S. West, J. Gould, J.
Jenkins D Copeland ROW 2: B. Lowe, R. Thompson, J. Cole-
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man, S. Chavez, lVl. Mote, R. Boronda, J. Norris. ROW 3: D. Le-
Nlasurier, T. Smith, E. Bimber, S. Kelly, J. Sullivan.
Bee And Cee Cindermen
ROW 1 J Peterson P Goessler, B. Carr, D. lVlann, R. Brown, P, ly. ROW 3: G. Miller, S. Jenkins, M. Tracy, T. Markle, J. Williams,
ROW 2: Nl. McGregor, S. Young, B. Leal, B. Randall.
Eccles, B. Benedix, B. Schaeffer, S. Kel-
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ROW 1: Coach Saari, B. Liedke, S. Austin, N. Stimpson, G. Smith, S. Ayre, B. Vanlfranken. ROW 2: Nl. Puffer, lVl. Borgstrom, J. Pe-
tett, P. Roach, B. Ashley. R. Olsen.
The 50-45 victory over Miraleste of the EagIe's
first game was a prophecy of a great season to
Gur team on the water fulfilled our high expecta-
tions by putting on some ofthe best meets ESHS
has seen. The Eagle Swimmers showed not only
aquatic skill but team spirit in the '69 season.
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Bee SL Cee Swimming
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Coach Hall, Bob Cummings, Mark Ashley, Dave Cashman, Dave Sheehan.
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ROW 1: L. Smith, M. Faye, B. Kessener, J. Babcock, B. Coultier. ROW 2: M. Dogan, B. Marin, H. Ruttinger, M. Stivers, G. Mason, B.
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agles Eyed Championsh1p
Two years ago under the leadership of Coach
Jones, the Junior Varsity Baseball Team won the
Pioneer League flag. That team consisted of mostly
freshmen and juniors. This year is no exception.
The infield consisted of juniors Greg McMullin and
Wayne Walker, and freshmen Steve Curtiss, Steve
Domann, and Mike Jellison. The outfield is made up
mostly of freshmen: Jeff Tidwell and Stewart Swig-
gum. Anyway you line them up, you can be sure
that the Eagles will always be on top.
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During the year, G.A.A. members prepare
themselves for the various sports days, plan
money-making projects in order to award a
scholarship to an outstanding senior, and
support the boys in various sports fields.
G.A.A. class is open to any girl fulfilling
the requirements set by the constitution
and having an interest in sports. The club,
meets after school and welcomes all girls at
lst. Semester officers: ROW 1: D. Fisk, L. Smith, D. Robison, C. Pendleton. ROW 2: B. Murphy, L. White, E.
Young, C. Collette, L. Freeman.
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ROW 1: Valerie Truesdell, Nancy Goodale, Sue Birdsall. ROW 2: Cindy Pendleton,
Debbie Robison, Jan McCreary, Timi Bourell, Janet Harslnavv, Debbie Dowdy.
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To Becky for getting a picture of the dedicatee without letting him know.
To Gary for getting pictures of camera-shy faculty.
To Tish for placing seniors first and best.
To Jan who probably knows every junior, sophomore, and freshman.
To Beth for spending extra hours on clubs and government.
To Debbie C. and May for getting us through our first crisis.
To Debbie D. for adding the feminine touch to sports.
To Maureen and Jani for compilingthe time-consuming index and other odd jobs.
To Sue for designing our cover and her artwork.
To Tim for being our darkroom specialist.
To Tom for taking unusual, but printable pictures.
To Wendy for keepingtrack of where the money went.
To Mike for writing some of our more interesting copy.
To Mrs. Peterson for spending additional time and effort to keep us going.
To Mr. Kingston and Mrs. Evans for putting up with our constant queries.
To Robert's Studio for taking senior portraits and other formal pictures.
To Mr. Brisben of American Yearbook for helping us produce a different annual.
Together we have attempted to make changes to produce an annual which better reflects the feelings of
the students. We have also tried to continue and improve traditions which had been neglected such as the
Coronation Ball and the use of school'colors for the annual cover.
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Bailey, Robin 30.92.96
Barnwell, Bob 30
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Bialeschki, Chuck 31,130
Bird. Darrell 31,112,118,154
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Blair, Darlene 31
Boronda, Ramon 31,151
Bowles, Cheena 31,95
Bue, Bill 31
Bullock, Barry 31.50,126, 150
Burgdorl, George 31,50,126.148.150
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Calvert, Chris 32,96,97
Cameron, Mark 32
Campeau, Casey 32,97,130
Campilii, Susan 32.77,94,1 14,163
Carr, Bill 43,151
Carter, Bruce 32
Catanzaro, Peter 32
Chambers, Ruth 32
Chase. Peter 97
Claflin, Katy 32
Clark, Sandra 96
Cole. George 32,112,117,142
Cole, Gregory 32.50, 108.1 10.1 1 1, 1 12,
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Coney, Jennie Sue 32,97
Conroy, Cinda Sue 33.95
Copeland, David 33.148
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Craig, Bernie 33,142
Crichton, Jim 33,126
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Carlson, Reed 57
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Carson, Vicki 63,95
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Clark, Wendy 120
Coleman, James 66,140,151
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Drake, Gary 67
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Eady, Judy 67
Elmstrom, Pamela 63,181
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Farnsworth, Linda 64,118
Faut, Pamela 65
Fenney, Mary 66
Finnie, Shane 67,92
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Fletcher, William 65,151
Fletcher, Scott 67,1 19
Flynn, Dale 97
Ford, Jana 67
Foster, Pati 63,17
Fowler, Steve 92
Freeman, Laura 67,160,161
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Gaglein, J. 67
Gangawere, Barry 66,158
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Gilbert, Jeff 63
Glotz, Eddie 63
Goeglein, John 136
Goodale, Nancy 125
Graham, Nancy 64,96,97, 124,162
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Harrington, Curtis 67,92, 140
Harter, Nancy 66,121
Helvey, Tom 92
Herman, Dan 67,78
Hines. Kim 66,96
Hinkle, Debbie 63,110,122,125
Hobe, Bill 66,147
Holcomb, Frances 65,78,97,118
Hough, Deby 66,97
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Hughes, Debbie 118
Jenkins, Jeff 65,151
Jensen, Valerie 65
Johnson, Marva 63,63,78,95,118,122
Johnston, Lynn 64,96,121
Jones, Barbara 97
Jones, Julie 67,95
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Justice, Brad 64,115,118
Kessener, Dick 66,78,97,1,55
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Kistler, Mike 66,130
Kulp, Stuart 65,66.92
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Lagotta, David 66
Lamar, Guy 67
La May. James 67
Lemon, Dan 64,65
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Marikos, Bob 62
Martin, Bill 66,93,135,155
Martin. Rick 67,136,158
Mason, Marc 92
Mathis, Carol 96
Matthews, Dan 66.118
Maxwell, Mary 63,78
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McCreary, Jan 122,160,162
McCready, Melissa 91,116,125
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McKee, Barbara 66
McKinley, Susan 67,122,123
McKinney, Roxanne 66,96,118
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Meredith, Rick 66,144
Miller, Raymond 66
Mittie, Dallas 67
Mone, Clifford 65,97
Mora, Yolanda 63,97
Morton, Susanne 66,97,118
Mullins, Robert 65
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Nay, Linda 65,97
Neely, Mark 66
Neileigh. S. 67,92
Nelson, Carol 66,97,110,118
Newman, Cheryl 66
Newman, Dan 66
Nichelson, David 67
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Orens, Sandy 63,143
Ottinger, Marion 64,92
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Patton, Alan 67
Peters. Jeff 66,130
Peterson, Dawn 65,96,97
Petett, Joe 67,147,152
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Roach, Christopher 67,97,147
Roberts, Mike 62
Robertson, Cindi 63
Robertson, J. 66
Robinson, Debbie 118,16O,161,162
Roseland, Daren 67,160
Roland, W. 67 A
Roth, Colleen 63,78,11O,121,160
Runkel, Carol 65,96,11O,120,127
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Sanders, Donna 66,160
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Segers, Pete 66
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Settles, David 67
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Sheridan, Susan 63,96
Sherman, Keith 66
Shoenbaum, R. 66
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Smith, Daren 67
Smith, Dathy 66,118,160
Smith, Deri 66
Smith, Pauli 63
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Stephenson, Ronnie 67
Stewart, Kelly 67,135
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Taylor, Dan 67
Totten, Patricia 66
Van Buren, Don 67,140
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Vrana, Darlene 65
Walkey, John 64,121
Wallace, Valerie 66
Walts. Russell 65,140
West, Steve 67,151
Westover, Janis 67,95,11O
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Whitford, Kathy 65
Wiegers, Carla 66,160
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Wilson, Bob 140
Wilson, Greg 66
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Wolfsberger, Kim 64
Woodward, P. 140
Woodworth, S. 67
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Adams, Bob 71
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Ardella, I. 73
Armstrong, Billie 73
Arturd, M. 73
Ashley, Mark 72,78,96,121,147
Ashley, Sandra 73
Banas, Mike 69
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Bernard, Cindy 73
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Brown, Alan 73
Brown, Shirley 72
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Burnett. Steve 71
Busenga, Douglas 73,140
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Carr, Jim 72,118,145
Castle, Robert 72
Clark, Brad 72
Clark, Mark 72,136
Coney, Pam 70,97
Cook, Elin 70
Cook, Pat 71,151
Coulter, Bill 71,155
Crawford, Jerry 73
Cronin, Sean 73,121,136
Cross, Mark 71
Cundiff, Kathy 120
Curtis, Steve 73.83,136,145,158
Cuthbertson, Joyce 69,96,121,160
Dalgleish, Ken 7O,78.81,136,145,158
Dalton, James 72
Davis, Denise 70,97
Davis. Vicki 72,97
Dearman, Liane 73
Devilbiss, Cheryl 70,97
Dicks, S. 71
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Dowd, Katharine 70,97
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Durant, Jerry 73
Dyches. Steven 73
Eady. Terry 70
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Elmstrom, Beverly 72
Evans, Carolyn 73,9296
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Fillingham, Debbie 70,97
Fitch, Karen 121,160
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Fogg, Denneth 72
Fowler, Ann 70.73.97
Frlo, Mike 69
Gaston. Laurie 73,118
George, Deborah 69,145
Goodman, Mike 73
Gragg, Lark 70
Griffin, Regina 69
Haberman, Marina 69,119
Hamrick, Karl 70
Henderson, G. 73
Hargrave. Don 73
Harrington. Lawrence 71
Harrison, Charles 71
Harrison, Debbie 69,9697
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Hobe Ben 73,158
Hodder, Tom 73,136
Holmes, Gary 73
Holmes, Jerry 71
Howard, Vicky 72
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Hubbard, Jim 69
Hull, Cindy 70,92
Hunter, James 71,92
Hutchinson, Kathy 72,97
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Jensen, Scott 73.151
Johnson, Debbie 72
Johnson, Linda 69
Jolly, Thomas 70
Jones, David 70
Jones, Debbie 70,97
Kelly, Pat 70,144,151
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Kile, Dorothy 73
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Knox, Donna 73
Kucera. John 73
Layne, Patsy 72
Liedke, Brad 73,147,152
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Lourey, Susan 73,123
Luikens, Rob 73
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Mack, Ken 72
Mann, Joe 73,151
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Mathany, Marilyn 72
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Mc Mahon, Donna 72,96,97,119
Mc Nutt, Dale 70.144
Mc Quiston, Pamela 120,127,160
Meeks, Roger 73
Melissa, R, 73
Mercer, Paul 11.97
Meredith, Janice 71
Metcalf, Rick 69,118
Metcalfe. Bill 73
Miller, George 73.151
Montm, D, 69
Montz, Donna 123,127,160
Mora, Alma Rosa 71.73,96
Morgan, Pam 70
Morrice, Mary 71,118
Mosher, Karen 73.96.118
Mote, Susan 73,97
Mrdali. Deborah 70
Murry. Gayle 70.97
Nagel, Launne 72
Nutz, Cynthia 70.78
O'Bradovich, Steve 136,145,151
O'Connor, John 92, 147
Ola, Robin 71
Olson. Sharon 72,73,121.123.125,127,
Orlowske, Chris 73,136
Ortiz, Alejandra 73,96
Patterson, Toni 7O.96,97.12O,122
Pedersen, Bob 69
Perry, Kathy 96.97
Peters. Randall 71
Peterson, B. 70,92
Peterson, John 69
Pleick, Tony 70,135,143
Porter, Gayle 70,96
Porter, Ricky 73
Prewitt, Donna 73,96
Puccio, Susan 73,96,97
Raculia, Pat 70
Ramey, Susanne 78.73.160
Randall, Mike 73,92,97.136
Randall, Ron 69,124,151
Ray, Carol 73
Ray, Terry 73,136
Reid, Kimberly, 69
Reinhart, Charlene 71
Retzlaff, Elaine 70,91,120,122
Reisen, Becky 70
Roack, Charisse 69
Roberts, Jack 69,135
Robinson, Cecilia 72,96
Robinson, Lori 69.96
Roth, Romana 73
Salter, Kim 71
Sberna, Frank 70
Schaefer, Leo 73
Schlottrnann, Richard 73,92
Schrader, Sandy 71,96
Schraum, Laura 69,81,96,97
Schumacher, Patty 73,127
Sheehan, David 73.92.147
Simko. Becky 70
Smith. Tracey 70.97
Smith. Marcella 97
Smith, Paul 73.97
Spittier, Kent 72,136,151
Stewart, Tara 71,119
Stiewel, Brent 73
Stocks, Mary 73.118,125,16O
Stone, Peggy 73
Storm, Shirley 70,97
Stratton, Mary 70
Stump, Cheryl 69,97
Sullivan, John 73
Swiggum. Stewart 72,136,145,158
Thomas, Ellen 73
Tidwell, Jett 69,136,145.158
Tigott, M. 72
Toka, Joe 71
Tonkovich, Linda 73,96,97
Tuori, Michelle 96,97
Turino, Gina 73,97,122
Volk. B. 71
Von Flue, David 140
Voytro, Esther 70
Walsh, Margie 73,160,160
Weber, Richard 71
Wendell, Lyn 68.69,16O
Wharton, Gaynor 72,96,97
Whecler, Marta 124,160
Wiitala, Barbara 73,96,97
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Wilkins, Susan 136
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Williams, Bill 71
Williamson, Vicky 70,97
Wills, Kim 73,97
Wilson, Richard 69,71
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Wise, Richard 73
You ng, Elizabeth 161
Young. B. 69,125,160
Young, Steve 70.151
Zagorski. Donna 71
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