El Segundo High School - Golden Eagle Yearbook (El Segundo, CA)

 - Class of 1970

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We will show you life at El Segundo. See the school - not just a building - but see your classmates sharing their inter- ests and hobbies, see the War Memorial for fallen Eagles. See the sun chase a cloud over Hazeltine Field while the Band and Drill Team practice routines for half- time. See a moment, an hour, a lifetime of memories. Teachers, books, friends, rallies, lockers, and the famil- iar sound ofthe tardy bell are all memories ofschool to be seen - to be cherished. Life changes . . . we go on and others take our place at ESH5. Look Around. See through the eyes of the 7970 Golden Eagle. 1, ff 1... Z 1' 4 , . Timi Bourell and Terry Frank seem ingrossed in a demonstration V to 2 f F, speech on surfing by David Metcalf. ,f 1 4 5.4 f- ' " .,, fb., ,f'k:":V'1 -7 5 lair -.,,, ,, ,V if , 2 E i. E Sac 4 ,,-,..1x,., n J . , , p1iS'ff4h. ,XA5 Yiwu . .mesv-Y--s1.S sf ix ,. w- X ' r zz 'lynn ,L practicing. ti A familiar sight during 3rd period is our band and drill team 11,5 Q. 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V ...ZVVV V V . ,VM L, FV -VVVVCV .VV ,IM -1 V ,Van:?,gV-v5Q5.:VVV?gVfgVj3V2:i2.:3:V Vg,-V3Va?V5V3V4:.ffr,-fin-5-i-T33 -f-55.2 V--L5 look around classes ...A.. .. 74 government .. .. 72 activities .... .. 80 organization . . . . 706 sports ...... .. 728 faculty ..... .. 766 advertising .. .. 784 index ...., .. 798 llklal .QA l 7969-70 was a year of happenings-old and new. One of El Segundo's unique events, a second in the history of the school, was a water polo rally at the plunge. The smiling face of songleader Ruth Churchill, reflected enthusiastic junior spirit. Cindy Cunningham snickered at the cold, wet world. Familiar sights on campus were the E.S.H.S. Swim Team duffle bags, and the "hot seat" better known as the chair outside of Mrs. Craven's office. Karen Green, Carla Clark and Tara Stewart showed junior Power. Look Around! Lots was happening! 'G . K u wi it'5 happening I z 7 4 z 2 i H , ,K X -g,A,1m,5,v,,f,,y2cf.f,g.Zv,.,f1 .wf..vW, ,-,yygggq - LY , ,H I , ff - -- - mr. john stevenson Look Around! See that coach working on the field with the C-Football boys and the Varsity Baseball team? Notice how he brings the whole team togeth- er, working in harmony. This is the mark of a great coach and a true leader. Look Around. Those tro- phies that adorn our show cases are the result of the fine athletes and teams he created - athletes who are leaders in their sports, in their school, and in their community. Look Around again and notice that his leadership does not stop on the playing field, but follows him into the Freshman Social Stud- ies classroom where he makes learning fun and meaningful. Evidence of this man's leadership and ability is seen by his record as a fine athlete and stu- dent at Redondo Beach High School and later on at U.C.L.A. A coach, a teacher, and most of all, a friend to all, this man looks around and sees the students at E.S.H.S. We, the 7970 Colden Eagle Staff, proudly dedicate our annual to Mr. john Stevenson, as a symbol of our gratitude for his devotion in helping to make El Segundo a school of great athletes and leaders. Look around, Mr. Stevenson! We love you! Even in the classroom, Mr. Steven on Coach Stevenson cringes from the results of respects the ideas of others. the last play. Xxxv . AWNNA 1 W Number four is really NUMBER ONE! l 1 .S QQ .air -4. I ff 2, ,AII .- pf , , at i 'aw Q. .i my 4 1 5 5 .t fn 1 L -' ' "' .-- y Y A , Vi F' is A ,ALQW1 7Z1w7,- V . I 'K 1' V g 1. . 't li Look Around! School consists ofstudents and teachers, and we see them everywhere. Boys in Mr. Harden's Biology lab look for that little "Eagle Spirit" bug. Mrs. Potter's junior English class searches for correct answers while taking a spelling test. Terry Mueller views the campus sights through his camera as a Photography class project. Boys' Chorus croons a tune in preparation for the junior High assembly. The Tri-football Captains look for support from Eagle fans at a football rally while Ernie Schiel and Mr. Smith talk over happenings at E.S.H.S. during a lull in Woodshop. Classes - from Freshmen adjusting to high school to Sophomores looking for more spiritg from juniors pre- paring for the Prom to Seniors searching for a way of life, students make the scene at E.S.H.S. Look closely, for suddenly it is over, and only the memories remain. s.,5 X n ,x '4,,a-Y QM classes john Dowd john says that school is a central, but not dominating activity in his life. He likes to keep his intellec- tual activities well balanced in such a way that permits no one activity to overshadow others. With this in mind, john is head- "" ed fora very successful future. Bruno Fornerone Bruno has been an active member of many clubs in High School. He is plan- ning a College Education at Berkley or Cal. Tech. Where he will major in Electrical Engineering. Bruno is hoping to get his American Citizenship soon. 5.4 K eshs'top ' Mary Lytle Mary is a transfer from Whitstone High School in Columbus, Ohio. She is an active member of many Clubs here at El Segundo. She is planning her Col- lege Education at Cal. State, Domiquez Hills. 16 few Ella jolly Ella is very active in school and has participated in many f X clubs. She enjoys such things A 1 as Ballet, Modern Dance, Piano and Guitar. Ella is plan- ning on attending college, but is still unsure of what col- lege she will attend. She is hoping for a future in Ap- plied Mathematics. .. , Nw f' f f ' .. I ft N VQ jog If I A1, ,,f f m 7 fr v ' f' V ,, V4 17' T .W . ag T 'Z f 1 ' T , 1 - .,,. ,mx 42 '- f . J 1 ' . .V 'chaff' fi W717 Z , ff 'Z a , ' 2 f , f. f . " fzafiv a .5 Herblewell Herb is very active in many activities in school. Outside of school he finds time for Tennis and Scuba Diving. He would like to attend Loyola University in L.A. and major in Latin American Studies or Political Science. He would like to work in a Foreign Service or Teach. BILL PELZMANN Bill was selected as El Segundo's Top Sci- ence Student and has served as Biology Club Vice President. He is planning to major in Environmental Design and Master in City Planning at Berkely. He hopes to enter the Peace Corps after if college. scholars MIKE STIVERS Mike, who is the Senior Delegate in Key Club, is planning a career in the field of Medicine or Psychology. He will be attending University of Califor- nia at Berkley. MIKE FAHY Mike is very active at El Segundo High. He served as Key Club Presi- dent and is a member of numerous clubs. Mike plans to be a lawyer. 17 ,tg 0 iovcf RASDALL joyce is working as a Can- dy Striper, and hopes to continue with this type of work in college, She is planning to attend Pep- perdine College where she will major in Educa- tion. She would like to become a teacher. joyce has shown her interest in Education in that she has been in the California Scholarship Federation A every semester in high j school, an outstanding 33 record for an outstanding M I? younglady. 5 These nine students entered El Segundo to learn and to develop their minds into ma- ture and helpful tools for their future life. Each has succeeded in his own field. Each has proved to their fellow class- mates that if one listens and tries his best, he can succeed in life. These scholars of El Segundo are ready to serve society. Each will look back on high school as a helpful learning experi- ence. El Segundo High School is proud of 1970's Top Nine! Armando Aquila Randy Albers "Armando" "Randy" Varsity Band Water Polo Stage Band Swimming Varsity Band Drum Major Stage Band South Pacific 1, ' Four Damsels and One Thorn enjoy Alan Arnold Steven Austin Randy Ayer Kgvin M, Bailey "Alan" "Steve" "Randy" "Kevin" l:OOlb8ll Key ClUb Football V3r5ity Track Basketball 59-2fllSlT Club Track Varsity Football S,DaI'IlSl7 Club VV3lel' POlO R0t0 R003-3r5 Roto Rooters Swimming l l Lance Bannerman Frank Barneg joan Barnwell Deborah Barton "Lance" "Barney" "joanie" "Debbie" Kgy Club Varsity Band Future Homemakers of German Club California Scholarship Wrestling Amefjfg Future Homemakers of Federation Cross Country Epsilon Sigma AmGriCa Tennis Club Surfing Team 69 Archbearer 5p2f1iSh Club Explore,-5 California Scholarship Federation Epsilon Sigma . .,: 1 Senior Privilege of lunch in Senior Park. lefry Baynard Susan Berggren "Jerry" "Sue" Basketball D,-ill Team Audio Visual Spanigh Club 69 Archbearer l Teresa Biggs "Terri" French Club Future Homemakers of America Girls Athletic Association Drill Team Susan Birdsall Penny Black Victoria Blair "Sue" "Penny" "Vikki" Cheerleader 69-70 Transfer: Cheerleader 69-70 California Scholarship Girls Commissioner Drill Team Federation Cheerleader Senior Senator Senigr Senator Flag Twirler French Club American Field Service 69 Archbearer Epsilon Sigma 69 Basketball Classic Princess Key Club Queen 68-69 Clqofug Spanish Club 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE Robert Borchert f'Bob" Stage Band Lynda Bosela TimiAnne Bourell Roxanne Brand "Bossey" "Timi" "Roxanne" Nursing Club 1969-70 Drill Team Colonel Future Homemakers of Earth, Space and Science French Club America Club Tennis Team Modern Dance junior Classical League Associate Student Body Modern Dance Secretary 1969 Archbearer junior Princess 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE 19 Thomas Bunce Deborah Burgess "Tom" "Debbie" Future Homemakers of America Orchesis Modern Dance What do you mean, our skirts are too short? Paula Burkett Toni Bush Sharon Bushnell Michelle Calhoun "Paula" "Toni" "Sharon" "Michelle" American Field Service Girls Athletic Association Modern Dance Simplicity Fashion Show Chorus Drill Team House of Representatives French Club Chorus Spanish Club Epsilon Sigma Biology Club Spanish Club Orchesis Pauline Campbell james Carfora Reed Carlson Pamela Chabrajez "Pauline" "jim" "Reed" "Pam" Drill Team journalism Drill Team Latin Club Bay Eagle junior Class Play 20 Steven Chavez "Steve" Football Track Varsity Club l Sandra Crichton "Sandi" Varsity Band, Banner Carrier 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE American Field Service Scott Dalgleish ,,DOg,, Track Football junior Class President Associate Student Body President Key Club Varsity Club Wrestling Bruce Cowin "Bruce" Cross Country Track Stage Band PEACE! Patricia Cummings Cynthia Cunningham jackie Curtis "Patty" "Cindy" "jackie" Future Homemakers of Modern Dance Spanish Club America American Field Service Drill Team Orchesis Chorus Commissioner of Publicity American Field Service 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE Girls League Representative Earth, Space and Science 7969-70 Songleader Club American Field Service 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE Susan Davies "Sue" Spanish Club Future Homemakers of America Orchesis American Field Service Modern Dance Cathy Daykin Haifa Dia "Cathy" "Haifa" Drill Team Foreign Exchange Student Future Homemakers of from jordan America Epsilon Sigma Spanish Club Spanish Club Modern Dance American Field Service Deborah Dobos "Debi" Art Club Chorus 69 Archbearer 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE lohn Dowd "john" California Scholarship Federation Larry Domann "Larry" Football Track Navigation Club Debbie Dowdy "Debbie" Girls Athletic Association Tennis Team Seniors are often found working hard , . , Linda Drozd Randy Dunn "Lyn" "Randy" 69 Archbearer Football Baseball Track Senior Prince A Cappella Choir Edward Eccles Debra Lee Erickson Linda Erlandson julie Essele "Eddie" "Debbie" "Earlie" "julie" Football Development Center for Spanish Club FUN-'fe HOmemakers of Basketball Mentally Retarded House of Representatives Arne-rica Track Children American Field Service Modern Dance Roto Rooters Navigation Club 5P3'tf5li Club ivlodern Dance Drill Team 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE , MfChae1Fahy Dorothy Fisk 5 "Mike" "Dorothy" KEY ClUl-7 Pf95'Cl9f7l Girls Athletic Association I Tennis Team Spanish Club Spanish Club Girls League Representative Vg French Club Epsilon Sigma California Scholarship Q Federation Bruno Fornerone Melissa Foster "Bruno" "Mel" California Scholarship Drill Team Federation French Club French Club Chorus Spanish Club or hurrying to meet a schedule. A F I If nm ' if 151' nf gf- 7 V ,l N as al l 1, Ji, .2 f . .V V., -a, 4:4 4, V-V -r ij, ' V, A ' F f H, a 5 L' S, 0 iffy' f - ,Z Vi Q , , , A , -g Marc Fitch Patsy Ann Folkerson "Marc" "Patsy" junior Classical League Modern Dance Latin Club Drill Team French Club A Cappella Choir Madrigals Terrence Frank Tim Freil "Terry" "Tim" Key Club Tfflfk Bay Eagle Roto Rooters German Club Spanish Club Juanita Frijus Lynda Frushon ffwendyn "Lynda" Spanish Club Drama Transfer: Girls Basketball Girls Field Hockey Nc: 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE '45-, A.S.B. Officers Scott Dalgleish and Timi Bourell take time from their heavy schedules to say, "Happiness is a smile", Darice Goessler "Darice" 69 Archbearer Child Development Center Melissa Guy "Melissa" A Cappella Choir Chorus Petrified Forest Greg Hancock "Reamer" Football Basketball Baseball Varsity Club 7969 Homecoming King Linda Hanes "Linda" Girls Chorus Debra Gentry Laurie Glover "Debbie" "Laurie" Future Homemakers of America Modern Dance Ann Halleeo Brad Hancock "Ann" "Bob" Girls Athletic Association Fgogbajl Tennis Team Baseball journalism Varsity Club 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE l janet Harshavv Laura Harter "janet" "Laura" Drill Team Latin Club House of Representatives Drama Sophomore Class President Tennis Team Girls Athletic Association Spanish Club Future Homemakers of America Melinda Hartman "Melinda" A Cappella Choir Chorus Modern Dance Butch Huffine njohnn Cross Country Track Audio Visual Football i ' David johnson "Dave" Spanish Club Associated Student Body Vice-President Basketball Baseball Bay Eagle junior Class Prince 69 Archbearer may tw A 'gr' William Hayes james Herren jerry Hgrfon 11Bi,,l! lllimll lllerryw Sophomore Prince Football Fgofbgll Football Spanish Club Chorug joan Jacobsen "loan" Drill Team Bay Eagle Spanish Club Future Homemakers of America Girls Athletic Association Diana Lynn johnson "Diana" Drill Team House of Representatives 69 Archbearer A Cappella Choir lllllenkins Herb Jewell "lilly Bean" "Herb" A Capella Choir Spanjgh Club Chorus French Club Lead in South Pacific Varsity Band Cirls League Representative Temqjg Team 5Panish Club American Field Service 69 Archbearer Va,-Sify Club California Scholarship Federation Key Club Linda Erlandson works hard to support school activities yi: , ,Wf ...f 11- , 5, aww' Dianna johnson "Dianna" Spanish Club Orchesis Modern Dance Future Homemakers of America Steven Kastler "Steve" Patricia Kinney "Patty" Chorus Spanish Club Future Homernakers of America Earth, Space and Science Club Doug johnson "Doug" Basketball Bay Eagle House of Representatives Senior Class Governor Varsity Club William Keenan "Bill" Latin Club Football janice Krekemeyer plana German Club Varsity Band Banner Carrier Epsilon Sigma Girls Track 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE 1970 GCLDEN EAGLE EDITOR Pamela johnson "Pam" A Cappella Choir Madrigals Future Homemakers of America Ella jolly "Ella" French Club President Earth, Space and Science Club President Epsilon Sigma President California Scholarship Federation 69 Procession Leader Paul Keener jon King "Paul" "jon" German Club Basketball Varsity Band French Club Bay Eagle Key Club Tennis Team House of Representatives California Scholarship Federation A Peaceful lunch alone is enjoyed 17' 1.11 , , ' f 1 Vit, .-aw ,., ., Richard Kuegemann jameg Laird Kathleen Lake lames Larsen "Richard" "jim" "Kathy" "lim" Chorus German Club Drama Key Club Bay Eagle Bay Eagle Girls Athletic Association Donald Lawrence Geraldine Leaf Dann Leivlazurier Sandra Liles "Don" "Geri" "lVlaz" "Sandi" Earth, Space and Science 69-70 Drill Team Head Rank Football Modern Dance Club Epsilon Sigma Wrestling Chorus Commissioner ofActivities A Track Orchesis 7969 Procession Leader House of Representatives 7969 Prom Chairman 7970 GOLDEN EAGLE by Dorothy Fisk and Norm Stimpson. Marlene Lucero "Marlene" 27 qg1..u ,, p, gilqiny- V. . Annette Luft "Annie" 7968 and 7969 Basketball Classic Princess Drill Team Spanish Club Usherette 7969 Graduation l i l Mary Lytle ludith Mack Larny Mack Mary Maledon "Mary" "Judi" "Larny" "Mary" Transfer from Ohio Earth, Space, Science Club Photographer Latin Club Future Homemakers of A Capella German Club America German Club Y-Teens Gymnastics Club California Scholarship Federation Ten Little Indians Barefoot in the Park Petrified Forrest Stage Band Q, an-" ,E lt' .lt ,f-- 4 wi, R " "" --'is 1-,.t,'Li' , 4.:4. ,V ,..ti, , Q . r 1: T t't.t f rfnmzitallfffsfti A T Eric lVlHfSl13ll Chris Martinez Glenn Mason Margaret Matthews "Eric" "Chris" "Glenn" "Maggie" Key Club Football Varsity Band Sophomore Princess Biology Club Baseball Stage Band Epsilon Sigma Spanish Club 69 Archbearer Concert Band Drill Team Tennis Team Tennig Team 59-70 Mage-of Key Club Does senior Sue Birdsall ever stop smiling? Michael Matthews Patricia McCauley "Mike" "Parry" Basketball 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE Football Biology Club Spanish Club Orchesis Spanish Club American Field Service 69 Archbearer Chorus California Scholarship Federation Lawrence McCubbin Linda lVlcCullar Steven McDonald Gregory Mclvlullin "Larry" "Linda" "Steve" "Mac" Modern Dance Football Baseball Bay Eagle Stage Crew Football lournalism Wrestling Orchesis Basketball Commissioner of Athletics House of Representatives Student Assembly Walter Mclntyre Candace Meheula Marilou Meschuk David Metcalf "Wally" "Candy" "lVIarilou" "Dave" Navigation Club Science Club Girls League Representative Surfing Chorus Orchesis Head Rank in Drill Team Rgtary Awards Modern Dance Chorus l Michael Miller MiCha6l More "Mike" "Mike" Tennis Team Football President of Earth, Space, Basketball Science Club TF-Hfk Cross Country 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE French Club 69 Archbearer Senior Princess The stress of everyday school life finds Janice Obradovich in deep thought. Patricia Mott "Patti" Anierican Field Service French Club Iuture llomeinakers of Allliifllll l:nsilon Sigma David Nivans "Dave" Varsity Band Stage Band Marsha Olson "Marsha" President of Future Home-inakers o ti America Drill Team French Club 1 Cirls League Representative 69 Lsherette Terrance Mueller Richard Murray Steven Nash "Terry" "Richard" "Steve" Track Water Polo Cefmati Club Commissioner of lnterschool gwimmmg Key Club Relations Spanish Club Photography X I I I I Maura O'Connor Daniel O'Bannon Janice Obraclovich ffMaUm" "DH'7"Y" Hsleven Girls Athletic Association Transfer from Buena Girls League Representative A,,,C,iCL,,, Fic-ld gpfvjm High School Drill Team Rank Leader Drill Team Wrestling Freshman Princess Modem Dancls Bay Eagle Orchesis Future Homemakers of I America Senior, Michelle Calhoun helps enliven the fun of a dull gym I class. ISS Chris O'NeiII "Chris" Football Basketball U T W 1a,,,,as,,, V 4 V4 J I B1 Cheri Pasker Dennis Orlowski ffcheriff I HDGVWYN Homecoming Queen VVf95fl'f7S 68-70 Songleader Rotary Awards Drjil Team French Club Future Homemakers of Cindy Cunningham's face shows aggravation as students rush America madly to receive theirannuals. 69 Archbearer Girls League Representative l Michelle Paul Rochelle Paul William Pelzmann Larinda Perry "Michelle" "Rochelle" "Bill" "Larinda" Most Athletic Spanish Club Track FfGf7Cl1 Club Spanish Club Chorus California Scholarship Girls Athletic Association Girls Athletic Association Modern Dance Federation journalism German Club Tennis Team Key Club 5 T Cary phillfp5 Michael Platt Gardys Porter D9l'1l56' l?OW6'll HGa,yff "Mike" "Gardys" "Denise" 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE Vaffify Band Modem Dame Science Club South Pacific Spanish Club Chefuf I California Scholarship Junior Acmevemem Federation Modern Dance 31 U nc - Jeannie Presswood Randy Price William Proctor Richard Prokopowicz "Jeannie" "Randy" "Bill" "Rich " Chorus Rotary awards in Metal Football South Pacific and Wood Shop. Basketball Modern Dance Orchesis Drama t l Michael Puller "Mike" Water Polo Swimming Key Club Senator Freshman Class President Thomas Purvis "Tom" Football Basketball Senior Class President Choir Cross Country Varsity Club Audio Visual Drama Club l Robert Quinn Katalaena Raeymakers "Bob" "Katja" Key Club Foreign Exchange Student Football Epsilon Sigma Baseball Girls Athletic Association Wrestling Basketball The members of Epsilon Sigma helpful activities this year. planned many interesting and Joyce Rasdall Jeffery Ray "Joyce" "Jeff" American Field Service Track Spanish Club Audio Visual Epsilon Sigma Navigation Club Chorus Science Club Steven Ray james Renfro HPOPSH "Conga" Baseball Varsity Band Football Stage Band B3SlCGfl33ll Watgr P010 TrBCk Swimming Varsity Club Latin Club Roto Rooters l Kevin Riessen Cynthia Robinson "Kevin" "Cindy" Audio Visual Orchesis Water Polo Earth, Space, Science Club Swimming German Club Roto Rooters Modern Dance janice Sabey Sandra Safarian "Janice" "Sandie" Drill Team Varsity Band Future Homemakers of Earth, Space, Science Club America Navigation Club Audio Visual 1 The seniors in the House of Representatives find that the House contributed widely to School Activities. Alfonzo Ross Harold Ruttinger "Al" "Harold" Tennis Club Water Polo Spanish Club Swimming Science Club Science Club Varsity Club Key Club Tenn is Team jack Salvinger Ernest Schiel "lack" "Ernie" Most Sought After Football Baseball Track ' ,mime mmm mats sm rx aut rfuvzax arms yn"-ima.-. M,2.:+mtvu fa7VniMMvnuU2. uxm f1HALXZ'21?A'l'l1?CN 'ifllfizlm V1 UM A47rIVl'i'!b 43133 i'2N'D'!' UL A?7VKFO'l?4!Ni7 CLXBYK D1-MMM 913597. 803514 aifsmva Jxiezras JBCIQXQY JMZKH me Lm'r'z.1 Y ,mfr v.x'rf'v HWY Ui' ymrwtzmxuw umm-az nw was u srzmwus 8 E, erm: i e vi IL K T Regina Scott Orbin Gilmer Self "Reggie" "Gil" Drill Team Football Senator Track Girls Athletic Association Laurie Simons Ronald Simpson "Laurie" "Ron" Audio Visual Mrs. Peterson's second period Speech class finds David lVIetcalf's demonstration speech on surfing very interesting. Lance Smith Richard Smith Thgmag Smith jennifer Soto "Lance" NRlCl'7H "TOfT1" Njgnnyf' Spanish Club Track Football Drill Team Eaflli, 5,D8Ce, Science Club Cross Country Track Girls Athletic Association KEY Club Stage Crew Prom Committee T9'7f7l5 TGJVTF 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE Bay Eagle 34 Lynn Sperry "Lynn" Football Wrestling Michael Stivers "Mike" 1969 GOLDEN EAGLE Varsity Band Tennis Team Key Club California Scholarship Federation Bay Eagle james Sullivan "lim" Football Wrestling Track 69 Archbearer Ruth Stafford "Ruth" Modern Dance Cecilia Strader "Cec" Chorus Girls Athletic Association Earth, Space, Science Club Kathleen Sweeney "Kathie" Bay Eagle Brad Stievvell Norman Stimpson "Brad" "Norm" Varsity Band Water Polo Concert Band Swimming Stage Band Key Club Acapella Choir A very Royal Couple to start out the most royal Senior year ever l Donna Swiggum Linda Sykes Richard Tardiff Steven Taylor "Donna" "Linda" "Rick" Steve Girls League Spanish Club junior Classical League Future Homemakers of Girls Chorus Boyg Chorus America Future Homemakers of Biology Club Ameflffa Science Club Dennis Tetu Carol Thanos "Dennis" "Carol" Cross Country Explorers Football Track Rolo Rooters Charles Thomas Richard Thompson "Chuck" "Ricky" Basketball Football Wrestling Chess Club Bay Eagle Forensic Club at lunch. -.c a if 5 I , ,MM-v,fmval!4f44" 3. if Q. MV, LM. ,W K 36 ' , 6 , Cindy Cunningham enjoys thirty minutes of freedom from classes .MLQFV K, ,mx 3 "HE- Michael Tracey George Trosper "Mike" "George" Cross Country Football Basketball Explorers Track Wrestling Edna Truesdell S "Edna" Gregory Turner junior Classical League "Greg" French Club Baseball Chorus Explorers Drill Team Epsilon Sigma California Scholarship Federation Girls League Seniors jenny Soto and Tom Smith gallantly charge from class to class. .a V - ' 'W ""' jgmeg Uhey Grisel Valle Jeffery Varner Mathew Velzy "jim" "Grisel" "jeff" "Mart" Swimming Transfer Bay Eagle Editor Water Polo Water Polo French Club Swimming Roto Rooters Key Club 68-69 Yell Leader Navigation Club A Capella House of Representatives Madrigals Principals Council 37 Dennis Mark Wagley Wayne Walker Drew Wallace "Wags" "Wayne" "Drew" Varsity Club Baseball Track Football Roto Rooters Audio Visual Baseball Basketball Track Boys Chorus Paul Keener and Steve Chavez rock out to the Sounds at the Coronation Ball. Donica Warnock if Drill Team Donica" Modern Dance Alan Wendell Football Wrestling "Alan" Kathleen Warfield NKathyf, Girls Athletic Association Girls League Representative Drill Team 68-69 Songleader 69 Archbearer Glenna Warren "Glenna" Chorus Modern Dance Cindy Whitson "Cindy" Modern Dance Orchesis Chorus Drill Team Carolyn Wiitala ffrwfgf' Earth, Space, and Science Club Modern Dance Spanish Club Cynthia Wiley "Cindy" Girls League President Freshman Class President A.F.S. President Epsilon Sigma Spanish Club 'I970 GOLDEN EAGLE California Scholarship Federation Girls Athletic Association Foreign Exchange Student to Thailand james Wood Nlimn Varsity Basketball House of Representatives Spanish Club 69 Archbearer Paula Woodford "Paula" Spanish Club American Field Service Epsilon Sigma Orchesis Drama Club Modern Dance Biology Club Ivy Zobel ,,,Vy,, Chorus Girls League Representative American Field Service Biology Club Earth, Space and Science Club Sharon Wiley "Damron" French Club Pep Club Bay Eagle Modern Dance Barbara Ybung "jethro" 69-70 Drill Team Colonel Spanish Club Future Homemakers of America Girls Athletic Association Loree Williamson "Loree" Drill Team Girls Athletic Association California Scholarship Federation Student Assembly Epsilon Sigma Spanish Club Karen Zaengle "Karen" Girls Athletic Association junior Classical League Girls League Representative California Scholarship Federation 67-70 Songleader Pep Club President Commissioner of Pep and Morale American Field Service 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE SENIORS NOT PICTURED Beverly Barn es Wes Brumley Christine Ann Darling john Fournier Ken Huffine Ken Draft Rosanne Lamay Debbie Lewis jenny Rada Beverly Reid Pat Roach Lawrence Stanton Charles Thomas David VanNetta Vicki Wentworth Kent Wheeler David Wilder an A gg fi s Who will ever forget Greg lvlclvlullin an- Orthe Rallies before the Games? nouncing the Sports Ciarnes s -A It sv Gym will always stand out for the Senior girls. 7969 Craduation????? It is the Graduation of 7970 that we'll never forget! ,, Khin.- '- , , 'lr'-:'n,xMff!z:, 1hzI,a. .nf1f":,im Y' ' senior reflections 'enter to learn - go forth for service' We, the Seniors of 7970 have entered and learned and now we are leaving El Segundo High to go forth in Service. For the past four years we have been faced with the challenges of change and have faced the reality of hate and war. We dared to ask questions, from race and drugs to sex education. We have searched for truth, seeking solutions to the problems ofsocie- ty. We have found success and we have coped with failure. We are now ready to "do our thing". The success we felt came from successfully dodg- ing milk cartons to cramming for a Chemistry test or winning an important game. Our greatest moment of success is yet to come - our Graduation. We have memories of all kinds to last forever. We began our High School career as Freshmen in 7966. The year was filled with new surroundings to adjust to, new friends to search for and many new experiences to undergo. We stumbled around campus with little idea about what to expect. We soon found guidance and counseling from our Freshman Advisor, Mr. Dougherty. Who will ever forget our Freshman Homecoming Float as we drove it through the school driveway late, and falling apart? We tried to start something new by having a school dance at 6: 30 a.m. before school. It was a year filled with spirit and success for our Eagles flew to Victory in Sports. We won the League Championship in Football. We competed in C.l.F. for Baseball and lost the C.l.F. Championship in Basketball by one game. The long year as Freshmen was finally over and we took one leap into 7967-68 and our Sophomore year. Our biggest success in our Sophomore year was our Homecoming Float. Along with this success came a great disappointment, the cancellation of floats. That same year we sold pins with the Basket- ball Schedule on them. Our Sophomore year was spent in great anticipation for the coming of the greatest responsibility of any class during High School, the junior-Senior Prom. The year 7968-69 and our campaign to raise money for the junior- Senior Prom was before us. We had the Concession Stand and we sold programs at the Football Games. The members of our class gave up their Saturdays to sponsor a Slave Day and during Christmas we sold Candles to build our treasury as well as brighten up the homes of El Segundoans. May 30, 7969, the Prom was here! "This Magic Moment", held at the Dis- neyland Hotel and highlighted in colors of pink, tangerine, and gold was a dinner dance that the se- niors of 7969 will long remember. Now we find ourselves at the end of our most memoriable and successful year - our Senior year. We will always be remembered as the class that stood up for the rights of all people and the respect of people doing "their own thing". We dared to try new and different ideas. We fought to revise the Dress Code, we worked to add "Sex Education" Classes to the curriculum and above all, we were ourselves. We have many students in the class of 7970 who have obtained scholastic achievements and still oth- ers who have showed individual talent. We will al- ways remember Marc Fitch and his wide variety of talent. Outstanding musicians include Randy Albers, Brad Stiewel and David Nivans. Marsha Olson showed an interest in Homemaking and many boys excelled in woodshop and metal shop such as David Metcalf and Bill Proctor. We took the time to look around and try to find solutions to the problems and troubles ofour world. We are now leaving El Segundo High School togeth- er to find solutions to conquer the hate and to find the love, and to conquer the wars and to find the Peace for all mankind. Together we will find Happiness. sf! -xf Qx x l Brad finds time to think at the Schools Memorial Monument. Q C we FREEDOM 1 'M MEP .,1'7j mof mA 1' TO THU ' 1 FRATWA El' qfilo Nix 5 51 X' ""- seniors of 7970 The Cast ofHair????? ., by Vfgggrgh-gf ' I i ' .- I 'fff-:QT f . A X- -mu .U If . X . ,Q W DK V . -:Q ,W 1631.431 A . W : E . ,,.. 'L - 1 , .4 . Q L. b A AM A I ,, of f o - . I F S X: J ,Q xx 1 f SN V in M159 FOREVEB WN PWD gifyllf U learningto be the adults ofthe future E just smile, Sharon. lpromise the picture won't be in the Annual. Randy Dunn spends the time in his Auto Mechanics Class work- ing on his own auto. These Seniors have spent this year comtemplating their futures in our large and ever-developing na- tion. Some will go on to college, some will settle down and have families - but each one will contin- ue to learn and develop their minds. Good Luck to the Seniors for they have looked to find a better world and someday will use the solutions they have found through life to make our nation the most prosperous and best thought of in our history. Oh! Come on Penny, Smile! Is Kevin really that good-looking? 2" ,, 44' f'7 Q'-1. 24' """"'UIMnnq U MW.. E' Vx ff f 4 4 f f. 1 X.-'Q ., . . 'S Q XX i i'yWW'f'Hwu-wgw. N' ' -,,.-awww, M, . my, ' - .u....w,,.,,,.f1....,., Z, U 'V y V f -VW 5 ' .f ,,,,Li!,., ,. Z, W V X 12 ff! f If f 'w t UQ ff f , "iff ,- - 7 . Vw - 'iw if , 'uw ff 4 ' ,A - .. U, ... . V ,.'-' 5 -"" s V ' S 32- Q5 rain? , I 4, ...I a j, V , 4 '11 5 Lg Y 5 " ., ' 1 , 'tif J ' - I f, . VVwg'f'e-KV mf ' Q ' 4 1 ? 1 3 f 2 fe ft' ' V ,",ffl1i"Vl2f' f ' -, '-f. 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All these activities made it pos- sible to put on a beautiful prom at the Biltmore Hotel. Looking back, the class of "77" will remember that great junior Year! Fast, frisky, and fresh , , , Typical ofa junior boy - Mike Branan. , ,.,-3,5515 . . "YW 2 , 3 1 i DY: ' 1. . ,,.' g- l P- r z FH iff' MG. Dan Copeland CITE' -f'W7f79'f' " ' r ' Z' ,""" 7 12 L V A l fi" ' L if - J f 1 A " 921.0 'fit' ' , ,, y ' ,ffl Will Copeland Cathy Cottriel Caile Crable Chris Craddock Glen Crews Les Cripe Bob Culbertson Heidi Culp jim Cummings Bob Cummings Karen Davis Pat Deck Linda Deeter Cecilia Diosdado Barbara Dlugajczyk Roger Dobrovolny Chuck Dobruck Paul Dohmann Leo Donahue Dean Dougherty Rick Doukakis Sherry Doyle Cary Drake Diane Drozd Mike Durkos Mike Duvall Georgie Dye Craig Dyrdahl Pam Elmstrom Dana Ernest Matt Evans t S5 X. 4 , , gray- f,.,.,f .' ,w 1 J 2 -1' 4,9 ' '43 .xl Hs' a ' ' .:lE" 'E A -Q ,557 -if :yy "-.yr A L' M 'B A5 471W ' X X f . A -ary 3 -, , -,M - . W 4' ' 1 as 1 . ,. ,. 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N x t Q I VA, 4 s ski z J y Y 'K R - is 11- .xv .X Dan Newman David Nichelson jeff Norris F "'. fi 'L 2 I 1 il a ,Q A ,' '. A V ' , ,Q ' Q " , . fs so -i -- Q H. N ., , 54 "Navigation class can be more fun says Matt Evans A ., Bu! Pam Elmstrom says BLAH' to drill team practice. jim Obradovich Sandy Orens Marty Ottinger joyce Paff f 1 1 .-,:gM,s- 3' aff., .I . ffQ'f2e3qimX -25.-' fi ,ge f' sf A A , ,407 , U QQ W 4 x 2' 7 6 5 . , A if x 4 , A r f, yr Q ' at ' :12 'ii 1 fu. is 7? ,arl 'S 15 22, X 'i as Dawn Peterson jodie Petett Mike Platt Marcus Pogue Frank Quiroga Karyn Raab ' J K : 1, ,,.' A '!jfl"e,2: 1, i leffRamey 1 . 1 .yis,,.ss., D Michelle Ramsey S X 1 wif? 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DIY V .- if '- ft ' A 'sf T -:MI 655, iflfg 1 , 6 '12 'ai n . f Y or' X ,JV -r'1'3' S " I 1 ,, .0 t ., I :'c -a ?""B'a' ' 3 iv 'I .N '- "-r :-. -2. .V V B I , 1 ,av , A .. s'-- 1.44: :Z -' f f " " . fs " S'--...- - A ,V A 56 Barbara Zagorski tells friends "Theres only enough for me!" -sm., W4 t l 'Z it X its 'lk lil 1. , ti. may john Walkey , A277 'VZW7-' T wg 1 ff' T' " s t.. if 4.40 Valerie Wallace Steve West l - -4' , I ww X V . RX ' W a QXWXNU A t,SS"" X-",:f'Q,5x K ,. , X 5 X 4' X x gs x X X ,Q 1. . 'QQ ., -39, ' sf fs , .y .S . 9 .- , is -get Xl. T .::. -Q-:-1. .K ?f1:fE?5 K ,,-,fi?.-QQKZP' ' .. - t A A17 . 'I ,:' I ' ' W.,.,,. ie, ,,. . ,MW L Qi K I , ,s . "W s X: 1? ,. ' ' Av. - 'lv' , flu: 1 2 4, ' -V ' , ' "F-'s 12, Q is sv -wafer , t , ., '- '- 1 .15 , -- X 'xg . M' 5' 1 c 1. -5-sm -:-.5-1 . 1 X 1. ...ze-.V fe 4. 'Qkff t' 1 X sf. 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After two years of being underclassmen, the Sophomores are eagerly looking forward to next year when they will finally be juniors - and can plan proms and be the upperclassmen! Look around Class of '72'!! Only two more years and you'll be graduating. Smile, you're on Candid Camera! Would you believe . ? The main thing is, World History keeps you wide awake! Doesn't it? Our roving photographer Catches everyone, even a few of last year's sophomores. l1 Bob Adams Aiiillilr Steve Anctil X , Billie Armstrong ' , Mark ASWGY Mike Banas V r Debbie Ba es Vbb' 1 Don Bell Y in J l'll 1 Cindy Bernard VV 1'2i-.1 lanet Brackett V Alan Brown Shirley Brown h l " V ' Steve Bryant 75 'i'-, 'V Bruce Busick 1, - Milk. 41 1 Ralph Byrd ivri lf Gerald Calhoun Robin Capone Y' V B V jim Carr I t .--f Richard Castle E ff ,V2ff1Ei5 11. ii Robert Castle wp V Don Clafljn , W rx, ,ag , ' 'YM , 1 ' 1 if , , ,K f' ,I f X' , 525313, Q ., .17 .Vg f ' Sli, ' W 1' if ,, , , .f,1 4 ml f ,IW 4 ff 5 I! ,Z 31,33-,ac-', ..-.V 4 , . A, 3' f, . 21 ff , 1 f" ' 1 3 , if fi' ' QQ f 'Z a 6, ,eff W V! ,. . , . 5 ,,,V,V7,Va ,VV V V X ' . Q L if L as " . -Hit 25,1 A ' sf ' fa? f ?5T7MWW Qaaaaf r f' , . as .B A ' , if , , H , ' 1-xi? .3 , , if ,V ,511 , X. r. ,1 ,.,f V, 4 . .2 . J, ,.V,. ,,.. 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Brad Clark Cordon Clevenger Pam Coney Elin Cook Pat Cook Pat Corey Bill Coulter jerry Crawford Sean Cronin Mark Cross Kathy Cundiff joe Curtis Steve Curtis joyce Cuthbertson Ken Dalgleish jim Dalton Vicki Davis Larry DeCuir Cheryl Devilbiss Diane Dolbee Steve Domann 1, 1 1 f' W! ,gg 141 f 4 112, If 1"' " ,W ! a year we'll never forget . vs y x . f M 3, 7 f- ' in fx , as tg. 1- -. 1-1 f ls b f Q , I FII - V J L s ei 'Y like f ,., A HVVA x agyxt QV' f A . - 5. wi 'N rv .I J. C-' Va -fi. i . ' "' ' ' ,ww tfyf u i I ' K I . X . 'Q . NX Lis? J! J, ggi' ' . V I :F X' M K: Vx -13? 'FQ EX - ' " .J A L 'f ls S 'T' 5 ' i I aj L' I I Pu ' .H 'YA Q A - W' 4.2.7 . K F ,,.. Z I xt fc.-,f fq-3 4" S 1:6 F' few.. Jr , A , 'S at "AI .J JH sa if 5 A , 1? , .. t . I .I .1 I xnxx: X ' 1 I ' . 3 ff' . ' 'Y,. S tx e,.- it A yy t . 5 ij: S eee' ' , e fa , if fx ,M Mt- Q. 'F- EW -' L .4 4 " . "', "Q E ,r A V " ' -ix -H ' E ' 'N's P 1 ,476 Y cgi 'f E ,, 5 - at 4 I - f, ,11E" -5517? 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'M ,W by I , 5.17 V , f , f 6 I uf fu , f iff! Q! f 4 .ag l N 26,1 ,, H ,,, saw, cf 1 f , ,A f f' 9' Z kia' X ff , f ,V .1 ., ,f V, 4 Marilyn Mathany Kurt McAllister Bill McBride Laura McCarthy Noelle McElvain Scott McGregor Marianne McKean Donna McMahon Dale Mcfslutt Roger Meeks Andy Mercer Janice Meredith Rick Metcalf George Miller Donna Montz Alma Mora Pam Morgan Mary Morrice Karen Mosher Susan Mote Debby Mrdalj Gayle Murray Gindi Nutz Steve Obraclovich john O'Gonnor Denise O'Grady Robin Oja Sharon Olson Toni Patterson Bob Pedersen Randy Peters lim Peterson john Peterson Debbie Phillips Tony Pleick Gayle Porter Ricky Porter Donna Prc-Witt Susan Puccio Pat Raculia Susanne Ramey Mike Randall Ronnie Randall Susan Randazzo Carol Ray Terry Ray Kim Reid Elaine Retzlafl Becky Riessen The time has come to concentrate. On what is up to you , . .! l What a physique . . .! 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As for the other 39 well, their names are printed below: Barbara Albinus Deborah Amthor Sandy Ashley Steve Burnett Boyd Clements Emma Cobis Mike Crook Kathy Dowd Mark Durbin Terry Eady Dennis Dubois Debbie Fillingim john Hayes Arturo Hernandez Mary MacDonald Sharon McLellan Bill Metcalfe joe Mullins Jeannie Myers Steve Nealeigh Chris Orlowski Luanne Nagel Monica Pigott Babette Filler Lucinda Ponce! Anita Reid Kim Reid Charlene Reinhart Dan Riggins Mike Shockley Becky Simko jerome Smith Celeste Sotelo Debbie Summers Esther Voytko Glen White Sue Wilkinson Bill Williams Sean Wilson l Hurry bell, ring!! Solitude during lunch Peace or Victory? m Q-.pas X xg x .ft E :1 :gig -- 1 ev Q 4 1 X t t ix I 'A A'-' .1 jackie Anderson - 5 k l X' ,Q 1 if -' Mark Anderson - X wk 2. ' -'4f1t',': 1 :A ' . ,.,,. 1-.... xegg- fe E 9 freshmen try harder. Teresa Schmutz thinks food here is finger licking good . men yell with zeal. W W . ,1,:,f.wa,:,',,1.. ,.,, CS, .,T.c.c,.... L: Richard Bochinski Kent Booher Paul Booterbaugh David Botfeld Sally Braden Monica Braden Betty Brand Nancy Brauninger Phil Briese Ben Brookens jerry Brumley Pam Campbell Sheree Campbell Susie Campeau Vicki Capicotto Kristie Carlson Jeanette Carr Laura Carr Rick Carroll Keith Carter tesgbw ' ., 1 f i , -. l , .I . I ,IA . Eager Fresh 0' " K J 1 gf ,11 5 f ,Jiri T '- V.-"".5f1 V79 'Z' 5 V, . 353- 1 1 1 1, , I ' 1 v1 41 7 "iff, lv if 65 as Pam Armstrong -Q 2-fr: ft-may ., MarshaBechard 1 -31' 1. - " 1m r 4 Debbie Allen in 's 3 jim Anderson W t..- , ,W ' Debbie Arnot Tony Avak Pat Bader ' Kevin Bannerman k Robin Barnett tel. Q sue Beaii , Don Bechtel Debra Biggs W Kathy Blair k , gsm 4 M1 :asf f 1 ., ati- 2. , fx f rft X . 9 32 ,. M ' if f- Although newcomers to E.S.H.S. - the Freshman Class proved themselves worthy of the Eagles. Under the leadership of Susan Phil- lips, they sponsored two dances, ran a food booth during the football season and held a bake sale. Through the efforts of many freshmen, the class of "73" was able to say "We tried harder" - a new LOOK for new freshmen. i f .- H 1, - . - . 2 sift v W- it P R ., ' g 4- at ,4 - . ' 1 1 ,1- 0 f 14, As, 2 4, , 447 f v ' f 1 sw .Q 1 . l I W4 Z! s 1 1, ggi, 5, 1 D s,,,f f VJ B 1 ' , M! IJ 'X ff M' 9' 1,1 1, 425 wal N ,511 23545 , , 3,1 Q s 1 12 1' TQ, M 1 1 1' .1 2 r U? "wQ'? ?i"f'n Q' 1- 4.,,:..1f?'?,f .. 1.-. ,',.1 1,, W, . .t ,1 1 54 fm 6 I+ l '? ,,,,.,7h is , ' , swf 315' ' 'E 1 ,, I A 7' J . 1 5 . ,, - .N , , gtg I V - 1 2 ' '23 5 -. ' , . ,t, ,M . , , 4 one year down three to go Cathy Chamberlin Nancy Chambers jim Chavez Nicky Chieppa Barbara Clause Craig Cleary Carl Collette Cindy Copeland Wendy Corbett Alan Cost Debbie Cottriel Deanna Crockett Kathy Cummings Lori Curtis Richard Dass lanak Desai Mark Devilbiss Robert Dexter Vicky Dicks joe Dobrobolny Kelly Dow Denise Efflandt janet Ellis Marva Elmore R I . -54a ,,.f ri ,J ,,.,55,::Q 'X X4 NM mt, A 'ff Ji R, F l Sll. lt sal ,E if lf Y rt, ' f.. ' tx K fl pq, , I -, fawf yg , ,. A, .A ,.,, I ' 1 A .w: vi' 5230 . 54. I ' - . X L" 2 66 "What are ya doing, Holly?" asks Coach Newell. A ..,, , , ,M-QA 2 sri D E m y' Q , A AnnErlandson ' CindyFarnell Mark Faut Paula Foley , 1 4 f , -. - 14 jeff Fortini lay Fortman Carrie Francis jeff Franklin ludy Froelich Bill Frye loan Gangawere Linda Ceringer hs ,'.o ..','. .' ..' .' ' , Pat Goeglein Karen Goodale Richard Gould jack Graff Debbie Griffin Sandy Grigsby Val Groff Randy Grounds Dean Halleen Katrina Hann Georgia Harmon Chester Harter Phyllis Helvey Sherri Henderson Evelyn Herrera Lora Holcomb Leeroy Holly Maaike Holman Keith Hutchinson Joyce Jacobson Gillohnson Howard johnson Nancy johnston Edward lolly Evelyn jones Pam justice Colleen Kelly Donna Kelly Susie Kinney Nancy Kirk g.. , -1- kk 1 .fl . f al 4 f , ' STM,-af' , EJ.: -73.1 , ,W wwe z l SQ. f fiiis "" 4 ' B W 1 1' QV." 6 Q A Q 'A 1 af. 'Q A sz . , was .X wma 32'- Qw 'QM .W 'S 1 fc- 2 .-22155 -' ft ' ' -sl 9 Qff' , 4 ', ' Q .- .-, lst S' . 'tls K ,J I 7: ,. Lil, ' f 1 7 M- sa .-,K M J' ,H V . V,,.,4v1 : ' . bl, Mr. Kingston W inds up at a football rally. ' sa s E '- '-'1, I-li" 321,214 '-" , .311 ---wir..-v " i -. .5 yy? vm, if fir :L f 3555.- zaf ,T WV f Q? . ' .f,.j'f-.4 .. ' I a - -. 3' -A. K" 9 .ary , 23, I ,- af if f-f 2 M- . , ' "5 , vr ,. 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Freshmen add their sounds to the band. 5 gy , VM A 1,4 1.413 gc' I " S to , ' 5 , Q f N , f a V .rw ,, , 1 -af ,f 1 ff, f i V 7, , A H! A fs ' f if 14 W 2 i id 'U' .-pm f"- s v 1 I Vt ww A b. , f v,', l 1: 2' I t fi --f 1 ., 53" , e2s4:,,.i - . L 2 .1 , k 2,-A H. , :4 11 Q, 1. K 'f IM 'fl if x af, , Marie Koppelman Keith Kornatoski Dennis Kuhn Meryl Lagotta Rosanne Lake Cary Lalone Bren Landreth Kirby Larson Dawn Lawrence Cathy Le Blanc Dave List Dave Long Leslie Lowell Linda Lucero Kathy Luthy Alice Lytle Barbara MacClashan Bill Maclay Frank Malles loan Manocchio Ioan Markley Terry Marquez Cheryl Martin Kim Martin Shari Martin Sally Mason Cindy May Patti McBride Lee Ann McCanlies Diane McCauley TGVGS-3 5Cl7mUfZ Calls fhf-5' Pl3Y V - - Mr. Dougherty is the freshmen 5 fearless advisor l , .x .vs s f'M"" Mi , 1 - , 5 , Q - 'K V - - - t - 1 ff .. f , ,f..i:t?r?L?IA.:I,QiVvgvitiy V67 i ,MVP 5,5,132,g,.1.,:,Fi-5L,.,4:,girl-Mvywgl V - A N ' x..q.v-:-f1'-- V N :V ffl, '.y2fv-,s1,gQ'f f-fa' .,., ',,::s' .K 7 , . , , ,- , iXs-qiv:'gVs-5 W. ' -an ,f.p,,,'5ssg,-Xa ,.,,1,..t:,,v-t,.g.z -fl.:-,r,:' -:I Wg., , ti 5.3, V . ,Wx K -a,,.,,,. , Skater -www. ts, ,M 1,6 , .-,M 4, W, f 'I'x"fuF ,FQTWZC 5 ,VJ1-24,1 V f W-. 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Sue McKean. Michele McClary Kevin McCarry Susanne McKean Cindy McMillan Patty McNabb Roc McNaughton Brian McNulty Louise Metcalf Xavier Miller Marsha Miller W. j. Miller Frank Moucheboeuf Becky Mrdalj Kathy Mulch Nancy Murphy Linda Nelson Bill Newman Mike O'Dell Vic Orlowski Mark Padjen Glenda Pagett Mike Parks jim Partlow Gay Pendleton Nancy Pessia lanene Peterson Marina Petrovich Rebecca Phillips Susan Phillips Deyda Pichardo Loy Pultz lohanna Purvis Pam Ramey Karen Ramsay Peggy RHY Colleen Reardom Scott Rick JoAnn Robbins Mike Roberts Mike Robison Dawn Roseland Rhonda Rosenthal Mickey Rossiter Paul Ruttinger Christine San 1 51 l , 'L 3 Qi, 3 5. ' " R ' . 4 ' . : 'll , . , K 4 ' I AQ z?'f'!"" , ,. , 'X l ' X41 vt ' if l ,. 'vb -' ' "" ., if ,f " WU' l 1 f ,,,. V 33. ,,,, Q V , ' Li, . -"' t ' .. J,-f ,- 45 ' . ' - 'C ' "" ' .Tr ' '1 9'-f 'z S f L. M S7 S 253. it-" H' ,. aff t, ,- ' 1 vw "' 'Z 2 51. yn, 51 27,4 . ,, ' al , 1' g., - " I' C Q y xx V t " ' 'Z I ' Q lfggf gtus Glenda Pagett all dressed for a wet rally. Paul Schleuniger Terri Schmutz Kathy Self Kathy Shaffer Patty Shanks Caryn Shoemaker Charlou Simonson Peter Sinclair Karen Smith Ricky Smith Shirley Smith Idonna Snow Tom Sperry Charlotte Spivey Bette Spoor Altogether now, 1,2,3,4 . . . yells substitute Mrs. Gardiner. i fkk Q-,fy f 1 1-za. as 37 I I Q fa ' , In I A.: fs. - -1- sf, 1 s 1 -ws f 4 '55 wj ww f 1? S J 4 to X ll x X - sl ff A ft... W 4 .V .-,M -.VI 1 ,VQ4 1 M. 4 ' ,',,' 'A .ff.-:t,,- 1 - 3, .L at K- if . :xi i Q L., ff I 1 . EXW' 125 V 45 .fy fr fl-Q5 t' " 714. ' 'Mfbf , . -4 - . 4,3 i h -'ji A H QV tw u gy ..,- V . ,g xl - NX' -2:12-11: -mr 70 -fm: Mya 4 fi W J 1 Q15 V- .--:H ' I ' ,- . , 'fsmlg f - ,..., I 1. . K . 14 l I ' Q '- " rf 9 . . ' 55' qgaff if .1 ,n The walls came down when freshmen came. g t ' 1 Robert Stapleton Florence Steffer Terry Stephens Mike Stephenson Linda Stimpson Doug Sturgeon Diane Sturm Senoma Stuthard Charla Sundquist Susan Thomas Jeannine Thurgood David Tilford Meg Tomaszewski Melinda Uhey Linda Van Buren Malia Velzy less Walker Kristie Wallace Conrad Walton Linda Warfield jeff Warren Don Warrenberger Tina Watson Kathy Welch Paulette Westover 'na yi Bailey. Debbie White Walter Wiley Dave Williams Don Wilson jim Witt Keith Wolfsberger Kathy Woodward 'lst ROW: Kurt Steinchen, Maria Valles, Ed jolly. 2nd ROW: Bill Flato, Lisle Randall, Tim Smith, Kathy M. sf- if f- rg.. .X , Q ' 4 e v , , , D A? . 1 1 0 l '.v.'1,14 , it x it , 2 . s fa ' .' ,vrlfxff 'ltl '- t ff 'ww if ' ,, l V. A' T1 T, md 'Y 9, Q . sp YI , . V ,- 'WJ is Student Government allowed for involvement of the students in school life and prepared them for future leadership of our cities, states and country. Government at El Segundo High School con- sisted of various groups who carried our delegated responsibilities and worked together on all lev- els. In the pictures above we see Susan Phillips and Doug johnson, Freshman and Senior class presi- dents, displaying leadership at class meetings while jeff Norris reflects the serious business at a House of Representatives meeting. The Senate, under the watchful eye of Mr. Crystal, discusses stu- dent affairs while Scott Dalgleish ponders over the agenda for the 7:00 A.lVl. Executive Cabinet meeting which includes Timi Bourell and Patty McCauley. In fact, Student Government was so busy this year that Dan Herman, junior Glass President, thought about taking a swim in Senior Park. . ,,.1 government I fu M ' 0jw"m""g M 41. ""'+.. ,MK . 1 Y , s " ' -- 4 k 12 - 1141 V,j,.,4 Q, 5 ' ' ' , ' , -, V ,. .fm ,, A .f ,mf '--m ay f f . Q . M' ywr, , q+,,j,,:1:, 4 Lys, ,i a associated student body president scott dalgleish 74 . David johnson Timi Bgurell Vice-President Secretary Patty McCauley Treasurer Geri Leaf jackie Curtis , Terry Mueller Karen Zaengle Activities Publicity Inter-School relafiong Pep ff Gfeg MCMUIIID Cindy Vvlley Afllke Sports Girls and AFS Key Club The Executive Cabinet was composed of appointed and elected stu- dents from various campus groups. Under the leadership of ASB Presi- dent, Scott Dalgleish and advisor, Mr. Robert Kingston, they led the school through a successful carnival and homecoming and acted as co- ordinator for all assemblies and activities. Linda White CAA fi N. 75 5 A Q x Mr. Kingston Advisor ROW ONE - Lynn Wendell, Vicki Blair, loyce Brandon, Lori Curtis, ROW TWO - ldona Snow, Susan Phillips, Glenda Pagetl, Gayle Murray, Donna Sanders, ROW THREE - Dan Herman, Mike Puffor, Steve Curtis, Dick Kessenorj Absent - Sue Birdsall. Senate Advisor - Mr. Terry Crystal and House of Representatives Advisor - Mr. Robert Kingston. senate Consisting of three representatives and the president from each class, the Senate was an important link between the individual classes and the Executive Cabinet. Under the leader- ship of President Mike Puffer and Advisor Mr. Terry Crystal, the Senate settled any disputes concerning the Constitution, passed requisitions, and sold El Segundo Eagle license plate holders to raise money. H l ti te , X x X ,gmt Danny Herman sleeps while Mike Puffer presides over meeting. ldona Snow carefully ponders an important issue. 76 9 YMWW Bonnie Bahney, Martha Berenger, Eric Bimber, Missy Bowler, Sal- ly Braden, Steve Bryant, Vicki Capiccato, Kristie Carlson, Rick Car- roll, Vicki Carson, Craig Cleary, Sean Cronin, Kathy Cundiff, Haifa Dia, Dean Dougherty, Pam Elmstrom, Ann Erlandson, Matt Evans, Cindi Farnell, Nancy Coodale, Marina Caberman, Mike Hare, Herb lewell, David Lagotta, Dann LeMasurier, Nancy Lorentzen, Leslie Lowell, Annette Luft, Kathy Luthy, Cheryl Martin, Kim Mar- tin, Sally Mason, Mike Matthews, Mary Maxwell, Scott Mac- Gregor, Donna Montz, Pam Morgan, jeff Norris, Bob Quinn, Ronnie Randall, loyce Rasdall, Steve Ray, Terry Ray, Valerie Ray, Colleen Roth, Kurt Steichen, Margie Walsh, Vicky Williamson, Loree Williamson, Greg Wilson, lim Wood, Betty Young. house of representatives The House of Representatives is perhaps the most effective branch of student government as it is in- volved with the largest number ofpeople. It is made up of one student representative for each twenty- five students in first period classes. Led by President Mike Matthews and advisors Mr. Crystal and Mr. Kingston, the House met every two weeks, alternat- ing day and night meetings. Their purpose is to raise money for the student body fund, with the carnival being their most successful project. li t Representatives of El Segundo High School Students make plans for the annual carnival. QL Geri Leaf, vice-president, Doug johnson, president, Laurie Simmons, treasurer, absent, Sue Birdsall, secretary. ,-XX, ,ag yxi, v, S Dan Herman president, Marva johnson, secretary, Kathy Willbrandt treasurer, absent-Melissa McCready, vice-president. senior class junior class officers 1970 came and the Senior Class went. It was a class composed of varying personalities merging to form a workable unit. Among their last high school memories are the traditional ditch day and grad night and, even more important, unique moments when they looked around and began to see. sophomore class officers After the first year of completely new ex- periences, the Sophomores had a year of bake sales and carwashes in an effort to foster the unity so necessary for a powerful class. With their new found security, they are ready to forge ahead as juniors, forming a better class and a better school. Senoma Stuthard, vice-president, Susan Phillips, president, Pam justice, secretary, Kevin McCarry, treasurer. officers The year to get involved had come for the junior Class The juniors displayed a new strength and character, and are indeed ready to become seniors. Their great financial success was directed mainly towards the prom, golden memories for all. ,, , !"1"'. t Gina Turino, vice-president, Ken Dalgleish, president, Margie Walsh, secretary, Debbie Eceles, treasurer. freshman class officers The freshman year is possibly the most ex- citing of all. From September to june they constantly looked around and learned and, at the year's end, discovered that there was still so much more to see. With a dance and food booth, they made a promising start on the long journey to a successful prom. . girls'and boys'state Y :iv t -vc. Girls' State, Ella lolly and Boys' State, Herb Jewell. Held at U. C. Davis and Sacremento respectively, Girls' and Boys' State is the annual activity for high school students which allows for learning by in- volvement. The Learning concerns the govern- ing of our states and the involvement is in actual mock governments which entails everything from petitions and campaign speeches to the actual elections ofstate officials. El Segundo's two representatives were Ella jolly and Herb jewell who were chosen from recom- mendations of teachers and counselors. Ella was eliminated in the primaries for Lieutenant Governor candidacy and ultimately served as Animal Control Commissioner and as a member of the Governor's Board of Regents. Herb became County District Attorney which included passingan exam. Both are outstanding members of our student body and are exercising their valuable experiences as officers in such organizations as Girls ' League, Epsilon Sig- ma, Key Club, and the House of Representatives. l l l l t l l l l l il' ' 1 2 l I l l l N L xt F ,rx I 'Y X 1 9' L 5 . -Ll NE. , . ,gg .Q f.. .4 .,W ,tha . , ., .t , S. ,WAI ,, tw V ffgt 1,2 1 Q A 15, .. be aa az- xtrb 5.1-A 4 , x . t"55,zi,',t ' if. ' N' 'z '..-.Qi-1,1'g ,. -s' -'Q - 'L K L, ' . - ' V'-' "wx -' " L- . v sa 1 vi, 'Q g t L x is 8 .Ala if Q, A 4 'E SUFT egg NNXINN The GOLDEN EAGLE is a record in pictures ofthe year's activities -the work, efforts and achieve- ments ofthe students - something which will be cherished by each individual for years to come. Look around and recall some of these more memorable times. Who can forget the football games on Hazeltine field and the half-time performances by the band? Or those junior Class meetings in Annex A with Mr. Peterson displaying the Christmas candles while President Dan Herman listened to Marva lohnson's newsy minutes?? Remember your very first soft pretzel sold by Valerie Ray and Dan Herman for the junior Class? Recall how excited Ruth Churchill andjoyce Brandon were over the 7969 Annual?? Seniors will always remember their first rally in Senior Section, and Cross Country will never forget Coach Crystal awarding Doug Busenga his letter at the Awards dessert. Memories are made of this. Look around - and remember - before it's too late! 80 WM?" 3' 'm'25"f2:, ,, ,, 45922-. 'ui ' ,f-1 m b' 7' LQ. 'f ' 4.1,-MA Many are called but few are chosen, Prom Royalty "This Magic Moment", the 7969 Prom at the Dis- neyland Hotel, climaxed the year for juniors and Seniors. junior Governor, Scott Dalgleish, presented Prom Sweetheart Dona Stevenson with a dozen red roses while last year's Sweetheart, Kathy Wiley, officially crowned her. 79' fy ,gf ,ij - 1 i Second to none "this magic moment" Grin and Bearit. Cool, Calm, and Collected. Une Uma ii.. Believe it or not . . , Such enthusiasm on Annual Day! annual day 7969 "lt's you, Mr. Morris! Annual Assembly - fake coversg excitement as Debbie Copeland and Beth Murphy ushered Mr. Morris down the aisleg a silent hush as Editor Val Truesdell presented Mr. Morris with the first copy - this is all part ofthe excitement ofAnnual Day. Then it was all over! 7969 annuals were distributed and signed. But now look around - 7970 is here. 1 "The Clam of '69, we salute you. viii-v '4"' . ""' ' '... L ,, 1 graduation 1969 Where do we go from here? ""1' H , 465 Walk the Straight and Narrow path. ""'ll-11-g,,,-, The beginning of the end. The best is yet to Come. 4 W- S. gf Ql- WM ,. Q fm. -4 .5 '-lr :WN an V-U5 Lori Curlis awaits flu- oulfonw of llie big gainc-. Slove Ray chown down. Sign advertiseb 7970 Colden Eagle and ASB card. 41111-Q Darice Coessler and Harold Ruttinger if Marine Band has landed. lunior boys anxiously await Annual Assembly. 3 1 p1x " ,..9'tm., X- wr-"F Greg Mclvlullin intro- duces candidate. T 757 ... M 'ni Watch! Drill Team' That 5 what we callpreclslon marching' sr fw- . Q 1 -1 A, Renovation starts - Will it ever entl? A fate worse than death! 1? 'ui junior girls at lunch with Senior john Huffine. jim Cummings and Shane Finney relax on tht Students relax during seven minute break. "The Thinker" A pensive mood for student council. 7 way to march at the Pomona Fair. 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The Eagle spirit-makers attended all sports events, enlivened rallies, led competition cheers during rallies with their spirit jug and literally turned handsprings to encourage spirit throughout the student body. For the second year, junior Varsity Cheer- leaders have led our IV, Bee and Cee teams to victory. They assume most of the same responsibilities as the Varsity pep club such as painting signs and participating in rallies. The jV Squad is made up of freshmen and sophomores only and the purpose is to promote spirit in the lower grades. j.v. cheerleaders Gayle Murray Cindi McMillan Glenda Pagett Pam Morgan -W - -- 'f--f g -,-v --- ---- -A e------ '- f ---1'-f---,-fu.-ffmwmxuuapznggzgmmmqrv.fL49r Wynn''vga-'-fq,v'r-1:145.r'2f.1'z'Srxw-,mx-1-v"s..t.A:wgm"f.1--'Pm 2' "" 'lar' HF -Z . T N -' --fi I ' ' 5 ' ?"'12U'-fJ5'- 'f"U27'A'i' m..m.- f.. f 1 .:.g:,mf: Q-.ram-W v m.:af:1::gff-sw-wam-,.. -. . A A.. A M A . 7969-70 drill iQ"-L N, -Qu., Zia? ' L gf" LGHITI I ' I 1' V 4 '-fares - ' A L 1 ,.,..,,,' 4 we L , , . t W NN 1 - , Q' '-,- as ,. Colonels: Barbara Young 81 Timi Bourell Q gi, ,x. E-X .X Q Head Rank: Marilou Mesclwk 81 Geri Leaf f 5 . ' . Af ' A " L f xl il' alfa. ik 3 - F' ea .4-. .., ' I 1 ' z 1 ' , L M at 3 I , wif a L5 .JL + i z ew. ,.-rl.. 'ctw ,fa Rank Leaders: Cindy Robertson, janet Harshaw, Karen Green, Annette Luft, lanice Obradovich, Pam Chabrajez, Edna Truesdell, Valerie Ray. 'I Y f N 'S fi A ' t ' us. Q I 3 Q x it 'lst ROW: L. Williamson, j. Soto, T. Ireton, 2nd ROW: M. Ramsey, P. Campbell, S. Orens, 3rd ROW: j. Paff, D. Warnock, C. Turino, S. Berggren. 1st ROW: C. Cameron, C. Clark, C. Whitson, P. Folkerson 2nd ROW: T. Biggs, B. Albinus, B. Bahny, C. Hambright, 3rd ROW: M. O'Connor, j. Huey, E. Thomas, M. Olson, N Goodale. Y 'lst ROW: I. Westover, B. Zagorski, V. Carson, T. Stewart K Mackin. 2nd ROW: F. Holcomb, R.'Roth, 1. Jacobsen, C. Day kin, j. Sabey, 3rd ROW: S. Beach, D. Harden, P. Elmstrom C Clark, P. Fitzpatrick, j. Murphy. Disneyland came alive at .E.S.H.S. during half-time on Friday, November 7th, as Drill Team and Varsity Band per- formed one of their outstanding per- formances of the year. From Mary Poppins to Mickey Mouse, from Don- ald Duck to Peter Pan, the Senior girls dressed as the famous Disney charac- ters. They marched and entertained the Miraleste football fans as well as the home crowd. Practicing daily in third period, fifty girls formed one of the best drill teams in the history ofthe school. Sponsored by Mrs. Sandi Behrmann, Drill Team had new uniforms which added to the fun of performing at all home football and basketball games for the pleasure of all Eagle fans and visitors. mg 9 1' , 1 Q f'f2v"!'3 . 'x' "'w?,? 1-V I ., L L A, 1, 7555 . '.,,,. P,-5 Q- gr 05' ,,?g 55 .+ . . Q X I "fs 1 'LAN , Q I K ' ,vi ' . i ' ku Q x Qi 4 , X Q b l .f W ' x7 Y ca- . .W L ' 1 t ,L 5 'jr-. M X 4 - 1 . I 5 1 I 'V al , A K - H""" Q v ff - -P 1 tk , wif4,fAf 7 F" M . N , E K AA .' , L 1 ' 'f I .gl .4 5 . an , A , , V V 7 ' - wpwaehm ' ,Ur ,gy A . . M5 VA 0 ' ' , 1 ,-f V : ,Q .. I, f , -, ll ig, ,S -4 ff I if nf 9, ,f f,, , gfwi N , I ., 4,,, M f , . ,,,,,f, f., 1 . 1, , 4 , . .671 vc- 111' as W f' -ve , M . f, , ff, f"-1 C 'Z 4 , ' 1 'TZ x 4 it ? 'Q 5 , s -dum 1 'vwzvlb k glv Mary Byrd and Rick Thompson take time out for refreshments. "The Sun and the Sky" - 7969 Homecoming Gor- onation, sponsored by the Golden Eagle Staff, Ha- cienda Hotel, Crystal Ballroom, November 70th. Music by The Blue Soul." Thus read the gold bids inviting students to the Homecoming dance which was held off campus for the first time in the history ol El Segundo High School. At 70:30 P.M., jan Kreke- meyer, Golden Eagle Editor, announced the follovv- ing Royal Gourt to reign over dance and Homecom- ing week. Freshman Prince and Princess: Ricky Smith and Peggy Ray, Sophomore Prince and Princess: Steve Domann and Margie Walch, junior Prince and Prin- cess: Mike Branam and Debbie Hinkleg Senior Prince and Princess: Randy Dunn and Marilou Mes- chuk. The 1969 King and Queen - Greg Hancock and Cheri Pasker!!! Truly a memory to cherish. King Greg 81 Queen Cheri Maureen McGready, last year's Homecoming Queen crowns Cheri Pasker as Cheri takes over the new title. Grand Marshall Milton Olson, at the Homecoming Rally. , jenny Soto 84 janice Murphy strain for ideas in Annual. "Oh, so groovy!" croons Terry Mueller, look- ing over Student Council agenda. Mike Fahy looks out for Key Club! allinaday... Seniors get their last annual! Activities do not always include a lot ofactivity - sometimes they just require a lot of sitting and look- ing . . . as in Annual class or Student Council meet- ings. But no matter, Activities make school more enjoyable and bring students and faculty closer to- gether. Look around. Don't ask what activities can do for you, but what can you do for activities! Parlez-vous francais?" asks Edna Truesdell at French Club. Naomi McElvain is not quite sure. iff R' W' f if l .I Randy Albers leads the band off the field. 1 I 4 9 ,z 5 I 5 5 --N'wx,,,. . ,W , V, , -1 .,.,,, , 1. ,f..,. fa., , 'i'F-Ti mwTzZ' Tf .f . - ., ,-,i -' xxx . .A Y- ' ,, W, -lily-vi-is-.... ' . 1374-e f ,V-J W-' .a,.,,,q -NN, Xxx ,Q 5 ,.'- . ., NYJ- ,X -wr... fag lag f ,.-'JP' -r ' ' '-'Wir w -S - ww 1 g -V K - - 1 ,,,' ,. M" .,. IV U h- , 1,1 . V ff' Y ,A 2 -...eQ...3, i.ew..,, - ' ', , " .1944 ' ff ,gf t -. "-.W K ' ' 4 , .. 'V' - 1-. .W fff F ff' .V " 'M-1, .. N -A .....a. . X ' '58-, , ew'- Q . xXx Nancy Murphy looks over the situation on the way to the Pomona Fair. wh- --at W a The 1969-70 Marching Band performing their version of "Wendy f ' ', HI"'-"f . pf. , b 2- A.: Q ,,. 1 ' i , 1 vc Q, gf - ' 1 t . -Y , r, J- . V " V " - 1 'q -f 769-fm. 'gash ' . ' - . Ng -.Y 4 K-nv, , , -.,.4.V v', '14, f ' - . , M, , ' ., . , . A J ., . . by ,um .Lf-pt., f,,,4.xf,f7.Z k,vj?-r ,- if ...--ly ." - . - '. 57, f-fr may 1 , -fi"5w,' - ' "' , .-F' M' i.- Y .,- -1."f5- 'Til' V .l , M , '- f. I .' 1 X' , ff rf? h "if: r A'?f"f.,f il., 'M 'T T.: , axiria Lf ' s iq 7969-70 marching band Lyn johnston and Kevin Bannerman practice for Homecoming 1- . iw 1 ' .4 L' -A ' Q, 15' 1 A , ww PM up - naman 3 V C 9 W 'iW?!E"'.L?"f'x K A Mike Stivers and Rok McNaughton show their style at the Po- mona Fair. A new room, a new tuba, and new uniforms contributed to the high spirit and excellent per- formances by the 75 members of the Marching Band. Led by Drum Major Randy Albers, the band rendered beautiful music at all home football games, climaxed by "Disneyland Comes Alive" at the Mireleste game. Marching at the Pomona Fair and in the Christmas Parade, performing for the Christmas Concert, and taking a bus to Colton for the Bloomington game were other highlights of the year. The Band sold Halloween candy, license plate holders and baked goods to raise money for their new uniforms. Look to the Band for fun and talent! Symphony in the park. sn..k.m 'Y2nlx'.2f1h4 .xw-w - . 1 Qr:vs x1-mAm.w:.zneassi3:.. Ram " --' Wu- -N .xt I E A .3 K ROW ONE-P.KeIIy, L.Mack, B. Borchard. ROW TWO- Sponsor Mr. Richard Tash, 5.Kulp, B. Stiewell, M.Frio, D.Nivans, A. Aguila, B.COwin. ROW THREE- B.Pederson, R.5chlottman, R. McNaughton, R.RandaIl, j.Long. ROW FOUR- j.Peterson, D. Sheehan. ROW FIVE- R.AIbers, M.Pogue. Stage Band was one of the Music Departments f pride and joy this year. Band instructor Richard Tash worked many hours with this group which per- formed for the school and community. Stage Band 5 ta ge ba n d Randy Albers on trumpet. Afm0nd0 AEUHB Of' Sax' ROW ONE-Rosanne Lamay, Patty Cummings, Sandy Liles, Marlene Lucero, Yvonne Barboza. ROW TWO-Paula Burkett, Dawn Peterson, Cindy Robinson, Sue Davis, Naomi McElvain, Carol Runkel, Mary Byrd. ROW THREE-Debbie Burgess, Melinda Hartman, Carolyn Wiitala, Candy Meheula, Ella jolly, Paula Woodford. ROW ONE-Lori Robinson, Cardys Porter, Elin Cook, Ann Fowler, Alma Corona, Melissa Guy. ROW TWO-Roxanne Brand, Noel McElvain, Carol Fitzpatrick, Barbara Wiitala, Pam Coney, Laura McCarthy. ROW THREE-Cindy Bernard, Karen Masher, Felicia Kongable, Debbie Erick- son, Vicki Harr, Carolyn Evans, Linda Tonkovicb, Donna McMahon. rnodenv 1 'W s Y y c,, -Q A dance ROW ONE-Barbara Dlughaczyk, Toni Patter- son, Relda Spielman, Heidi Culp, Michele Tuori. ROW TWO-Susan Puccio, Lynda Bosela, Beverly Howell, Debbie Gentry, Rochelle Paul, Debbie Harrison. ROW THREE-Debbie Mills, Kathy Wbitford, Sandi Schrader, loyce Cuth- bertson, Beverly Barnes, Babette Piller, Sue Wallace, Kim Hines. advanced chorus ROW ONE - D. Hughes, V. Lindsey, D. Harrison, C. Roach, B. Dlugajczyk, D. Fil- lingham, C. Murray, D. jones, V. William- son. ROW TWO - S. Sheridan, A. Wil- liams, M. Mathany, D. Madolj, K. Fitch, G. Crable, P. Coney, K. Wills, B. Wiitala, E. Retzlaff. ROW THREE - D. Dosos, T. Bush, V. Lewis, 5. Buckingham, D. McMahon, L. Tonkovich, D. Cagain, D. Peterson. beginning chorus ROW ONE-K.Ramsey, C.Chamberlin, D. McCauley, S.Braden, P.Shumacher, R. Roth, L.Lucero, F.Steffer. ROW TWO- G.Porter, S.Campbell, P.Ray, L.Nelson, K.Goodale, C.May, L.Carr, C.McMulIin, S.Martin. ROW THREE-S.Randazzo, P. justice, K.Luthy, M.Uhey, V.Dicks, E. Cobis, D.Crockett, L.Curti5, j.5tratton, R.5toll. ROW FOUR-C.Reardon, M. Bechard, L.Stimpson, L.Warfield, K.How- ard, j.Froelic, P.Shanks, L. Wendell. Ai, A ROW 1: H. Franich, L. Dunn. ROW 2: R. Brown, N. Gutierrez. ROW 3: R. Simpson, K. Banner- man, R. Kuegemann. boys chorus Although quite small in number this year, Boys's Chorus has good sounds and vibrations. Along with Aca- pella Choir they have per- formed for the junior High and for the Christmas Con- cert which is given for the school and public each De- cember. Many students will long remember the fine music of both of these groups. a cappella , wx Q' f Q. I giwp ex nf, ROW 1: L. Deeter, j. Brandon, j. jenkins, P. Smith, L. Mack, T. Purvis . . . teacher, Mrs. Klemm. ROW 2: D. Lewis, M. Byrd, C. Por- ' ter, M. Fitch, B. Stiewell, B. Mone. ROW 3: P. Burkett, j. Paff, M. Ramsey, M. Guy, W. Copeland, R. Randall, W. Mclntyre. ROW 4: S. Crichton, P. johnson, M. Hartman, E. Truesdell, j. Uhey, j. Horton, S. Dalgleish. 105 v ,-3.3 Qrif' . .LN .............. ISN' . ' E i in .burn t , ff A 5 - 9 WMM " 5' v " , W l?fm,, - f' 1.2 'ffx.-.- ,fif 'qv 'fr Qt! J L M'mQ...ag. mu., ,... L .la W, lwhfzx W .V Li A .. -ll g .A g,,,3.+Mi:- f'Y ' df v . it-i+r'f . .Jiff---fsfwfHS?'9ffafvi-1-if 2 . . . - ' w HQ-'.ff ,'ai,.zf1rf'g:..w5 'qpqi -3':1'.':.,i.E'...3,1gw gf,ftq0.' - -t.L1:,al .ZLL . . a -...L - A-S.-fsrthmw. in-'fu .a11m.:4': V "..r.'tf4w.4uvw rv v ' -"A-1'1" ' - , . I1-HH ,S an , ww' Look Around! Interested A.F.5.'ers plan money-making projects to send one lucky junior to a foreign country for an experience he'll never forget. . . The students from Cuaymas "Enter to Learn Co Forth for Service". . .Girls League members, Patsy Layne and Sharon Olson, preview "Fashions for the Moon"at the Freshman Orientation. . .Club members and sponsor take time out to relax.. . Annual Editor, jan Krekemeyer looks over various annuals to find new and different ideas for the 7970 Colden Eagle. . .Would you believe Pep Club vvould try anything to promote spirit? . . .Mascot, Elmer Eagle, cheers the team on to victory. . .Look Around! Through group co-operation important goals are reached and your school life is made more meaningful. TT orgunlzuho 'A my Q D yuh .avi '," U' f I ,, 14 ' 1 , I W -fr, I ' 4 , 4 If I ff f Z? ' ,Q 5- M M.lllZf.fQlg L ' N Mn-y..,.,,, m....,,, -I-..,. H-H---..,..,,M 'v--f..,,,m -v--N .-.qu 1---m-...M wif, uL....,, """"-'-- V - -I ' arpfli A , .,-M , , ....,, ,um , Y ,fm W" .,,,. if . ,Qui 417 W n 'V df A vow-, 5 1. 4, A, Ya golden eagle Editor jan Krekemeyer Advisor Mrs. Peterson Look Around! Notice the small, everyday happen- ings! That was the beginning of our 7970 Colden Eagle - and look we did. For pictures, for propor- tion wheels, and for deadlines! This year, under the conduction of Editor lan Krekemeyer and Advisor Mrs. Kathryn Peterson, the 7970 Colden Eagle Staff has endeavored to publish an annual that will long be remembered by El Se- gundo High School students. It has been a hair-rais- ing experience with the long sessions spent planning the yearbook, the rush to make deadlines, and the scramble to get everything ready for the Annual Day. Yet the rewards have been great, the joy of making a unique book successful has been an expe- rience the staff will never forget. ROW li C- WNQY, C. Leaf, K. Zaengle, B. Hancock. ROW 2: C. V. Blair, S. Crichton, M. Meschuk, TBourell. Clark, L. Frushon, D. Dobos, l. Curtis, L. Erlandson, l. Krekemeyer, 1 bay eagle In an age of fleeting moments and un- precedented events, the capture of im- portant activities in print is essential. The Bay Eagle Staff, led by Editor jeff Varner and Advisor Miss Pamela Dokken, has directed their efforts tovvard publishing a high-quality, bi-monthly newspaper. They have worked to record the "hap- penings" of our time in accurate, inform- ative, and entertaining articles and pictures. Editor jefferson Varner Advisor Miss Dokken D. johnson, j. Varner, B. Elmstrom, T. Frank, D. Van Natta, D. Mann, L. Smith. key club 'A ' Hi mf'Mll?i ws, 1 bil' ilttritk UW V l L 'S-4? s-ll' N Key Club Queen KSTANDINGD: Marva johnson, Officers QSTAND- ING!! Pres. M. Fahy, Sec. T. Frank, Treas. H. jewell, Hist. I. Bab- cock, Sgt. L. Bannermann. ROW 'l: M. Crovesnor, I. Varner, S. From the Installation Banquet in September to the District Convention in April, Key Club swings into action. Sophomore, junior, and Senior boys with a B- or better average form this school and community service organization. Acting as guides for back-to-school night, ushering and manning concessions at football games, painting room num- bers on classroom doors and helping with the or- ganizing of the Christmas Parade kept the club Sponsor Mr. Watkins Austin, Keener, L. Smith, S. Nash. ROW 2: S. Dalgleish, M. Puf- fer, C. Mason. ROW 3: j. Laird, R. Evans, ROW 4: M, Stivers, I. Coleman. busy the first semester. Free tutoring programs for grades 7 ,through 70, sponsoring an occupational preference survey for upperclassmen and help- ing with the Donkey Basketball Came and other activities took up the second semester. Mike Fahy, as club president, and Mr. William Watkins, as club sponsor, steered this fine service club to an active and outstanding year! Vw,,,,,k3 11' " -' ,, . t. r 4 F , A -'r- -it 'ifgfif WP! .1 President Mike Fahy epsilon sigma President Ella jolly Look Around! See the girls attired in their new tion in school activities, with faculty uniforms of blue and gold plaid. They are a familiar recommendation. sight at football and basketball games, banquets, and Guided by President Ella jolly, and Sponsor Miss Back-to-School Night. Epsilon Sigma, the Senior Virginia Petty, the girls worked at the Child Devel- Girls' Honor Society, has a membership selected for opment Center, sponsored a dance, bake sales anda excellence in scholarship, leadership, and participa- successful Halloween candy sale. Officers KSTANDINGJ: Pres. E. jolly, V.P. P. Mott, Sec. P. Wood- liamson, D. BarlOfI, C- Leaf- ROW 33 H' Dia, M- MHIUWGWS, K. ford, Treas. l. Rasdall, Hist. C. Wiley. ROW 1: E. Truesdell, D. Fisk, Raeymaekefi S. Birdsall, P. McCauley, T. Bush. ROW 211. Krekemeyer, L. Wil- 1 1 1 ROW 1: B. Pelzmann, E, lolly, E. Marshall. ROW 2: B. Fornerone, P. Woodford, M. Pulfer, S. Wiley, j. Slatton, R. Evans, M. Miller, M. Olson, j. Walkvy, M. Tracy, B. Quinn, P. Mc Cauley. Sponsor Mr. Harden biology club Biology Club is a group of interested students in Biology. To join this club, members must memorize the Greek alphabet and give at least one speech on some aspect of science. The club meets at noon on Friday and usually one member leads the group in a discussion, often about his or her project. Biology Club is unique in that it does not participate in the usual activities of a club, but maintains a Seminar- type atmosphere at all of its meetings. The group takes an annual field trip to the San Diego Zoo. ? ROW 1: S. Birdsall, R. McKinney, M. McCready, R. Churchill, V. Blair. ROW 2: j. Carlson, K. Zaengle, j. Brandon, C. Murray, M. johnson, 1. Curtis, P. Van Vranken. ROW 3: C. Pasker, P. Morgan, D. Hinkle. ROW 4: C, McMillan, G. Pagett. ROW 5: M. Matthews tEthell, K. Willbrant tElmerJ. Eagle Mascot, Ethel, tries to fly? Each year Pep Club strives to promote spirit among the students of El Segundo High School. Few people realize just how much time and effort is in- volved. Under the leadership of Karen Zaengle, Pep Club President, and Mrs. Eritzi Holmes, Pep Club Sponsor, this year's cheerleaders, song girls, flag- twirlers, and mascots have toiled many hours for the Sponsor Mrs. Holmes President Karen Zaengle pep club student body. Planning rallies and performing at games are a small part of Pep Club duties. There are always signs to be painted, halls to be decorated, dinners to be served, and oddjobs to be done. Look Around! Pep Club, supported by the student body, is behind our Eagles 7OO0Ai! 113 california scholastic WW Seniors: B. Pelzman, B. Fornerone, E. jolly, C. Phillips, H. Jewell, E. Truesdell, M. Fahy, S. Birdsall, B. Quinn, j. Rasdall, L. Smith juniors: ROW 1: D. Robinson, j. Slatton. ROW 2: j. Babcock, D. Hughes, C. Roth, L. johnson, N. McElvain. I 'I4 Sponsor Mr. Woodsmall The California Scholarship Federation is a statewide organization, its purpose being to foster high standards of scholarships and broad ideals of service on the part of stu- dents. To be eligible for membership in the meritorious organization, one must have high standing in both scholarship and citi- zenship. The motto of C.F.S., "Scholarship for Service", serves as a standard not only for individual achievement, but also for partici- pation in schoolwide activities. Ti federation sf., . K . President Herb Iewell Sophomores: ROW 1: C. Roach, D. jones, K. Mosher. ROW 2: M. Ashley, S. Storm, S. Olson, C. Hull, D. jones, B, Young. ROW 3: D. Mann, E. Retzlaff. Freshmen: ROW 1: B. McNulty, E. jones, C. Simonson, j. Ellis, Shaffer, C. Kelly, R. Mclvaughton, 1. Markley, D. Efflandt, N ROW 2: S. Mason, P. Sinclair, K. Carlson, D. Allen, C. Reardon, K. Chambers, M. McClary, L. McCanlies, j. Cangawere. H5 i Q , rM""' ROW 1: loyce Rasdall, B. Fornerone, D. Hughes, j. Curtis, C. McMulIin, 5. Bird- sall, B. lustice. ROW 2: C. Crable, Z. Victorero, S. Morton, 5. Davies, M. Fahy, P. Woodford, R. Evans. ROW 3: j. Coleman, l. Slatton, H. lewell, V. Maloy, B. Bahny. President loyce Rasdall calls meeting to order. ROW 1: N. Kirk, D. Efflandt, L. Lowell, K. Shaffer, B. Kessner, K. Carlson, P. Sinclair, F. Steffler, K. Ramsay. ROW 2: D. Kelly, L. Robinson, K. Hann, V. Dicks, K. Fitch, C. Roach, j. Ellis, j. Thurgood, P. Faley. ROW 3: 5. Thomas, V. Capicotto, C. Kelly, L. Johnston, D. McCauley, N. Chambers, V. Croff, L. McCanlies. ROW 4: I. Markley, C. Simonson, S. Brown, L. Mclntyre, D. Harrison, D. Bayes, M. Roberts. ROW 5: S. Lourey, j. Peterson, M. Bechard, D. jones, L. Warfield, P. Coney, C. Harmon, R. McNaughton. ROW 6: D. Zagorski, K. Mosher, C. Hull, D. Mann, j. Hayos, D. Allen, K. Woodward. ROW 7: B. Hobe, M. Walsh, L. Domann, l. Brackett, K. McAllister, K. Banner- man, P. Westover, S. Stuthard. spanish club The main purpose of the Club Espanol is to pro- activities that involved the entire club. These activi- mote better understanding of the people and cus- ties included a sucker sale, a field trip to Padua Hills, toms Of 5p8FIi5l1 l2HdS- This yeaf, Under the guidance an Easter clothing drive for the Sister City Cuyamas of Miss Neva Hitchcock and the able leadership of and many other fun events. They also took an active President loyce Rasdall, the Spanish Club sponsored part in the annual language Christmas Party. 116 ROW 1: V. Blair, P. Cambell, 1. Anderson, N. johnston, Sec. N. McEIvain, Pres. C. Weigers, V.P.E. jones, C. Harter, S. Mason, L. McCarthy. ROW 2: D. Sturgeon, C. Hartman, D. O'Crady, C. Clark, M. McCready, P. Morgan, T. Stewart, D. jones, 1. Cangawere. ROW 3: M. McDonald, E. jolly, B. Fornerone, P. Mott, M. Uhey, R. McKinney, M. Fitch, M. Fahy. ROW 411. Carr, C. Nelson, j. Paff, L. Gaston, S. Wiley, W. Wiley. ROW 5: E. Truesdell, C. Turino, S. Campeau, C. Reardon, B. Bahny, T. Bourell. ROW 6: S. Storm, H. Jewell, j. Huey, R. Churchill. Sponsor Mrs. Wolf President Carla Weigers The French language being as beautiful as it is in which included a progressive dinner, running a both its sound and cultural background brought 43 booth during the football season, and taking an ac- students into this year's French Club. The beauty was tive part in the language Christmas Party. In order to further brought out by the Sponsor, Mrs. Beth Wolf, become a member of French Club one must be tak- and President Carla Weigers, who planned activities ing or have taken French. ' 117 ROW 1: 1. Krekemeyer, E. Retzlaff, T. Patterson, K. Fogg, T. Mar- brand, K. Hamick, M. Ashley, B. Young. ROW3: I. Stimpson, C. kle, D. Vonflue. ROW 2: T. jolly, A. Lytle, D. Montz, I. Hilde- Shoemaker, B. Schaefer, M. jellison, 1. Roberts, A. Elmore. german club Under the guidance of Sponsor Miss Yvonne Ad- ler and President Toni Patterson, the German Club has grown in both size and importance. To be a member of German Club one must take German and be interested in Germany's history and culture. This interest was shown by the members when they participated in the activities such as the Language Christmas Party, the field trip to Alpine Village in December, and visiting a college German class. Z l Sponsor Miss Adler President Toni Patterson l President Colleen Roth Sponsor Mrs. Potter I a t in cl u b X Latin Club, also known as junior Classical League, The El Segundo members, under the leadership of is the national organization for high school students President Colleen Roth and Sponsor Mrs. Margaret of Latin. Its purpose is to encourage the study and Potter, held a progressive dinner and formal installa- advancement of the classics, which have greatly in- tion, a Christmas Party, and attended the State Con- fluenced our own civilization. vention at Loyola University. ROW 1: N. Harter, C. Roth, B. Albinus, S. Olson, K, Roseland, K. M. Ashley, R. Tardiff, j. Sullivan, K. Work, D. Newman. ROW 3: D. Dalgleish. ROW 2: K. Stanton, D. Ernest, L. lohnston, M. Durkos, Limberg, L. Cragg, D. Buschkotter, j, Cuthbertson. H9 ,A va. W Haifa Dia from lordan, Cindy Wiley, returnee from Thailand, and Katje Raeymaekers from Belgium. american field AFS President Cindy Wiley I 20 , ,1','fo?7!'ff,, .fe F-it The American Field Service has as its motto: "Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth, for only then shall ye have peace." The activi- ties ofthe El Segundo Chapter ofA.F.S. are centered around a fulfillment ofthis motto. Activities this year included the traditional Pan- cake Breakfast, the Walk-a-Thon, A.F.S. Week, an assembly by exchange students Katje Raeymaekers from Belgium, Haifa Dia from jordan, and Cindy Wiley, A.F.S. president and returnee from Thailand, and a Dollars for Scholars Drive to raise money for service the E.S.H.S. junior selected to go abroad for A.F.S. Advised by Mrs. Diane Klemm, A.F.S. also spon- sored further activities which included bake sales, a dance, a basketball concession booth, and a very successful car wash. Early in the year they enjoyed their field trip to see the musical, "Funny Girl". Besides these numerous activities, informal beach parties, barbecues, and potluck dinners encourage the atmosphere needed for group cooperation in order to reach their goals. ROW 1: Treas. j. Murphy, Hist. P. McCauley, V.P. K. Zaengle Pres. C. Wiley, Sec. j. Brandon, T. Mueller. ROW 2: D. Ernest, Ni Coodale, B. Albinus, D. Montz, S. McKinley, M. Ramsey, j. Paff, F. Kongable, L. Lowell, j. Ellis, K. Carlson, Ed Cook. ROW 3: M. Ol- son, M. Berenger, E. Thomas, j. Hayos, l. Flayer, D. Limberg, M. Kinney, S. Olson, K. Fitch. ROW 4: P. Woodford, j. jones, D. Smith, S. Davies, P. Mott, B. Young, j. Cuthbertson, I. Curtis, M. Maxwell, M. Ashley, E. Truesdell, j. Rasdall, K. Raeymaekers, E. jolly, H. Dia, S. Birdsall, l. Cangawere, M. Bechard, C. Collette, P. Van Vranken, M. Puffer, M. johnson. Sr. Representatives: K. Zaengle, G. Leaf, I. Curtis, S. Birdsall. H .,,,,,.,,-1---,W-,-W, fe-V ,,.Y L V Y., V f-f" g wwf if f f ' girls' Each year new students come to E.S. H. S. Did you ever wonder who shows them around and makes i N 4. T. ls- '0 .A fc. Soph, Representatives: L. Wendell, E. Wiley, B. Young, D. Lim- , - berg. . -,a K. 4 Et' X if .il 1 'lb' 4 5.3- them feel welcome? Did you ever wonder who se- lects the Girls-of-the-Month, or who takes part in the Freshman Orientation or the Christmas Can Drive? Look Around! These jobs are merely a small part of the hard work and effort put out by the Girls' League Representatives and Officers to rep- resent each and every girl at El Segundo High School. lr. Representatives: M. johnson, C. Collette, C. Roth. Ul- --.--.-.-.......1 Frosh Representatives: 5. Stuthard, M. Bechard, I. Gangawere, L. Lowell. vu -sw--EM-V 0- F.-T,,7,,,,-m-ff-,ww-R-5 V -----gg l o ' -'E 122,, --'-""""'-'nj I league Girls' League is an organization dedicated to encouraging democratic association and participation in a club for all El Segundo High School girls. The strong leadership of President Cindy Wiley and the helpfulness of Sponsors Mrs. Stuckeman, Mrs. Peterson, and Mrs. DeSmidt have proved to be impor- tant factors in attaining a most successful year. Being one of the largest and most ac- tive clubs in the school this year, Girls' League undertook many projects. Besides supporting a Korean War Orphan and con- ducting a Christmas Can Drive, they also sponsored the Freshman Orientation, the annual Father-Daughter Sports Night, a dance, and a concession booth. The girls help to raise spirit by selling pennants and rooter buttons. A .5?.3:Hg:x!.'3.f , ::1.x-.p2:?h:'- T-41 . v ' " 1 5 ' '. - .. -if Y w W.-ff? ,wtf . vie, f " .,K'?"9'1v'.- , A' 2 tv' H ,hs 1, . in f 5 A 4 an ,wt Q40-faqs. fi f ,a i v . JZ f - Q, 7 ' 5 2 it 'M 1 ' ,V f 5 ,. f V. lg " I "' ,f 4. , . lv , . . 44 5 6 ,. I 2, Q, ? f ' We ag 7 n V 5 v ,f 1 ,. ...,,,, ,, my V ,,, ,. ,,,, . ,,.. 1 M. 32 -exit Sponsors Mrs. Moonyeen DeSmidt, Mrs. Dorothy Stuckeman and Mrs Kathryn Peterson. 'Fla TOP PICTURE: I. Rasdall, Publicity, N. Goodale, Secretary, E. jolly, DeSmidt makes a helpful suggestion at one of the Girls League Vice President, C. Wiley, President, j. Carlson, Treasurer, P. Elms- meetings. from, Historian, l. Brandon, Friendship. BOTTOM PICTURE: Mrs. . .,,.. .. Q . ,, I X.. navigation club Mr. Hess, P, McCauley, O. Self, L. White, C. Sweinhart, L. Erlandson, C. Dobruck, M. Sponsor Mr. Hess Lvans, B. Benedix, R. Prokopowicz, j, Ray, B. Volk, C. Self, D, Newman, j. Salo, M. Cross, M. Miller. Inspired by an overwhelming show of interest last tant, maps, and skills needed for survival are taught. year, the Navigation Club was granted their own A field trip to a boat show was among activities this class this year. Students wanting to learn to navigate year. sailing ships belong to the class. The use ofthe sex- earth, space, scien ce 5 ,F 1 W S 531 LI, all 5 ROW 1: S. Crichton, Ct Collette, C. Wiitala, L. Bosela. ROW 2: L. Mack, R. Price, I. Ray, R. Sponsor Mr. Morgan Tardiff, C. Phillips, S. Kulp. To belong to Earth, Space, Science Club, the re- ed to the earth and space, and probed into special- quirements included a report or experiment in a ized pfOj6CfS of fhfflf Cl1OiCG- The DUFDOSG ofthe certain field dealing with science. Members investi- Club is IO promote interest ffl U76 field Ofscience. gated concepts and phenomena of many fields relat- 124. drama club lf'5f"UCf0f MV- Duffy ROW 1: C. Castle, M. Buyan, j. Baynard, S. Crichton, R. Price, M. Frio, R. Carlson, D. Le Masurier, P. Cummings, L. Mack. ROW 2:'K. Lappen, M. Berenger, G. Crable, L, Robinson, G. Warren, L. Cragg, I. Essele, S. Mason, K. Wallace, V. Croff. ROW 3: P. Layne, K. Fitch, K. Wheeler, S. Liles, C. Collette, K. Smith, C. Clark, R. Lamay. ROW 4: K. Wills, C. Devilbiss, M. McKean, L. Lucero, M. Hartman, R. Brande. ROW 5: j. Paff, L. Nelson, C. Thanos, j. Rasdall, R. Stafford. Members of Drama Club study the techniques Of ter arts. Drama Club members can be seen in plays acting, one-act plays, musicals, andtelevision acting. such as the Senior Class play and the bi-annual The dedicated sponsor, Mr. Wally Duffy, teaches musicals. and inspires his members in the performing of thea- o rch es is 1, ' M 3 ' ', '25 , ,A I 4: ff R4 ,, 4 s 1 w 1' e . I .ff Instructor Mrs. Holmes ROW 1: R. Lamay, E. jolly, L. Robinson, R. Spielman. ROW 2: P. Cummings, C. Robinson, P. Burkett, C. Meheula, P. Woodford, S. Davies. ROW 3: K. Whitford, P. Campbell. The development of balance, poise, and senge of demonstrate her feelings through motion. The skill rhythm is stressed by the members ofOrchesis. Each Of Self-expression Create the purpose and afwm- girl is encouraged by sponsor, Mrs. Fritzi Holmes, to Dll5l7menf Of each dame Performed by OfCl7e5l5- 125 audio visual ROW 1: B. Maclay, S. Safarian, ROW 2: R. Carrol, K. Mack, R. Smith, R. Kommel. Spongor -jack Wilson Minor repairs for sights and sounds in the school are well organized and efficiently repaired by Mr. lack Wilson and his able Audio Visual Crew. They check the movie projectors and keep the tape recor- ders and record players going for faculty. Pep Club and Drill team also depend upon this fine group to set up the microphones and record players for their performances at rallies and games. The entire school depends upon Audio Visual to keep it seeing and hearing! s ta ge c re w Sponsor - Phil Gingrich D. Young, F. judge, S. Young, S. West, T. Smith. The success of any production or performance depends largely upon those people behind the scenes -the people who operate the lights, pull the curtains, and set up the stage. This is the job of our Stage Crew at El Segundo High School. Even though our stage was not available for the first semester due to the remodeling of the school, Stage Crew worked hard to setup bleachers and do the lighting for the music concerts and other school performances. They are truly a vital group in our school, and after the stage is finished, Stage Crew will have more jobs to perform. Mr. Phil Gingrich is the teacher of this year's class in Stage Crew. future homemakers ROW 1: S. Davies, Treas. S. Olson, V.P. M. Berenger, Pres. M. Olson, Sec. V. Wallace, L. Farnsworth, D. johnson. ROW 2: L. Gaston, K. Fitch, C. Hartman, B. Bahny, K. Roseland, L. Cragg, L. Robinson, 1. Essele. ROW 3: M. O'Connor, P. Mott, D. Limberg, j. Brackett, M. McKean, D. Bayes, D. Hughes, P. Layne, K. Lappen. ROW 4: E. Cook, F. Kongable, T. Biggs, B. Young, C. Hull, j. Hayos, S. Brown, V. Maloyf C. Dye. ROW 5: K. Wills, C. Devilbis, B. Albinus, D. Montz, D. Zagorski, j. Cuthbertson, L. Johnston. ofamerica Sponsor Mrs. Fisher We are the Future Homemakers ofAmerica. We face the future with warm courage And high hope. For we have the clear consciousness ofseeking Old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love andsecurity and faith Will be realities, not dreams. ! Q ,yr Vilma 1 i ,f,. ' ya Look around! Pictures and memories tell the story of sports at El Segundo High School this year. From Varsity to Bees to Cees, all teams displayed great spirit as well as good sportsmanship. The highlight of the football season was the burrying of Beverly Hills, 13-8, at Homecoming. Coach Minner and Macman look over the action on Hazletine Field while those on the bench hopefully wait for a speedy victory. Coach Stevenson and his Horsehiders search for the usual Baseball Championship as the Cross Country runners, Mike Miller and Dick Smith, run away with records. Coach Saariand his Water Polo team brought home C.l.F. honors to add to the home of Champions Basketball, Wrestling, Track and Tennis all contributed to the Eagle Power. Look around-The Eagles Are Soaring! sports vm 'Lash l v nm ,,, 2 ., 1: 1- '- I L, K . .tx ,. fy, J,1.,,,,,u...!,W A v K L t. fi' M..- -1-he Q.. t - L- r 'si " -.. - 1 ,sv'- -. 'gr . ..,s -Hr... . .Q W . , ,,. U, M. . . K ,L in 4 - t . F25:lskkw.!,Hi:wt35,6gk'f34.,v,Tw N' m Q n '. -' -if 1 v ' M-7 "-ff ""i'f "'L lu' Wvfi 1 ' If 'ln-ef -P ' 4. w v , . ' M' " . ' 'N ' "'i M 1 1" fig. ,Ja -, ' -"' swf 1 ff '-'- A A , -.I , . 4 x .141 x Q I ,A .w L .0 Q , V S 5. Q . , ,I ,Qu A 4!:Nn:'.-l?.n:xk,,,- nail, 9:2453 ROW ONE - Captain Steve Ray, Bob Schaffer, Mike Mole, Larry Doniann, Rick Doukakis, Tim Carter, Captain Dann LeMasurier, Bob Lowe, Randy Dunn, Tom Smith, ROW TWO - Dana Ernest, Geroge Brett, Steve West, Greg McMullin, Ed Carroll, Captain Brad Hancock, lelf Norris, Ed Glotz, Rick Thompson, jeff Gilbert, jack Roberts, George Miller, ROW THREE - Coach Minner, Coach Newell Kirk Allison, lim Obradovich, Eric Bimber, Roy Allison, Greg Hancock Dan Burgdorl, Bob Lourey, Mike Kistler, Kevin Bailey, jim Sullivin Scott Dalgleish, Glen Crew, Coach Hale. Staftlflg Staftlflg offense defense E Bob Schaeffer E E Rick Doukakis E FL Bob Lowe T T lim Obradovich T T Dan Burgdorf MG C Randy Dunn LB G Brad Hancock LB C Dann LeMasurier HB QB Steve Rav HB HB left' Norris 5 FB Tim Carter S 130 Bob Lovrey Mike Kistler jim Obradovich Dan Burgdorf Ed Glotes Ed Carrol Brad Hancock Greg Hancock Rick Doukakis Mike Mote Dana Ernest varsity top tacklers lim Obradovich Ed Glotz Brad Hancock all league selection Tom Smith OE jim Obradovich George Brett DB T pig skinners varsity record ES 72 DUARTE' 6 PALOS VERDES 22 BLOOIVIINCTON 20 BELL GARDENS 8 AVIATION 74 LAVVNDALE 20 LENNOX 72 MIRALESTE 73 BEVERLYHILLS "'non-league OPP. 74 74 6 20 78 34 79 20 8 Determination, Pride, Inner Strength, all comprised this year's Varsity Eagle Pigskinners. "An experimental season," says Dann Le- Masurier, at this year's Football Banquet. This and much more make up the 7969-7970 foot- ball team. Beginning at the Durate game, the Eagles showed much determination as Mark Wagley made 743 yards rushing. Though we didn't win the Eagles proved their desire to win even up to the last. Inner strength in our Eagle team was present in all games, even after the team received many costly injuries. Highlighting the season was a forty-five yard pass thrown by Quarterback Steve Ray, to Flanker, Kirk Allison, in the end zone, as well as a tackle made by Brad Hancock as he jumped over the Palos Verdes center in order to tackle their quarterback. Probably the most important and exciting game of the season was our Homecoming game between El Segundo and Beverly Hills, we won thirteen to eight. Look Around! Eagle Power Wins! 'sa Qrxfx' , ,I X ,gi.ffi.f F Qi E t ' "J ,r .n I2 x ,Sw- f.,- 7' 1, Coach Hale and Kirk Allison M372 look over a crucial play during the Varsity Eagle Coach, Doug Minner, presents Dann Le Masurier the Homecoming game. "Most Inspirational Player Award" trophy at this year's football banquet. 3 1' .4 9-' I I P t fdxw I J At this year's football banquet jim Obradovich received "Most Valuable Defpefafe allempt ls made by Beverly l-lllls Norman? to Score buf the powerful Eagles, with the help of jim Obradovich were too Lineman Award", Dann Le Masurier the "Most Inspirational Player 1 Award", Stove Ray received "Most Valuable Offensive Back Award", much 35 fhe Eagles Wm 73'8' and Ed Clotz "Most Improved Player Award", presented by Doug Minner. l ceased The Beverly Hills Normans are stopped as the Eagles pour on powerful defensive tactics to win the Homecoming Came. ,. Waiting a turn to go in, W4 - drops to his knees for a better view ofthe action between the Normans and Eagles! It's the Eagles' ball as Mike Kistler, 587, surveys the damage done by the mighty Eagles. Lots of action as the Varsity Eagles Defensive Team foil would-be line drive by Beverly Hills Normans. The Eagles put on a powerful drive in the Beverly Hills game. i 33 l "7 2 4 U . 3 1 if -alll' f " . V. .11 '-f 'Fi ri' a' A .412 ' , fvl' 14' ' . 'Y if - " ' leg it gf? ' 9' -' "' 'D V ' J 4 M ., y M, bf ,,,,, gh, ,S I .. ' -t in au, s " "4 f V. 3 Ei" t l, ,Pf,t ,,-at 1107! ' f- tllfvxfgl 'J L aicyjan WSJ, 'Liga-itself ROW ONE - Bob Culbertson, Bob McGregor, Frank judge, Alan Terry Ray, jim Williams, Ken Dalgleish, Tony Pleick Coach Carter Brown, Dave Zimmerman, Randy Majors, Rick Martin, Chris Orlow- ROW THREE - Ron Kuyer, john Coeglein, Sean Cronin Ralph ski, Doug Hambright, ROW TWO - Frank Quiroga, Arnie Elmore, Byrd, Stewart Gutierrez, Coach Felix, ABSENT- Wes Brumley Ed Eccles, jack Ghent, Dean Dougherty, Carl Wilson, Mike Randall, bee pig skinn ers bee award winners bee record Most Inspirational Player - Scott Bailey Duarte Most Improved Player - Dave Zimmerman Palos Verdes Outstanding Lineman - Bob McGregor Bell Gardens Best Back - Bob Culbertson Lawndale Aviation Lennox Miraleste Coming in second in the Pioneer League Champ- ionship against Beverly Hills, this years Bee Pigskin- ners were undefeated until the last game which they lost to Beverly Hills. Coached by Dick Carter an d Tom Felix, the 7969-1970 Bee team experienced many suspenseful moments. One of the most excit- ing was the Lawndale game when Dave Zimmerman made a 75 yard punt return. A strong defensive team was obvious as only 70 points were scored against the Eagles this season. Look Around! Eagles Are Champions! Beverly Hills Standing in League - 2nd Place Total E.S. Points Total Opponents Points 152 70 Booming through the line -the Bees score again' ROW ONE - Paul Smith, Tim Smith, Don Bechtel, Pat Goeglein, Mike Robinson, Bill Newman, Nicky Chieppa, Kevin McCa.rry, Vic Orlowski, Randy Feller, Tim Markle, jack Graff. ROW TWO - Keith Kornatoski, Ciljohnson, Frank Sberna, Rick Gould, Leeroy Holly, jim Peterson, Bruce Busick, Scott Rick, Brent Landreff, Ricky Smith, Mark Devilbiss, David Williams, Mark Padjen, Ivan Hopkins, Steve Fahy. .,., ., ROW THREE - Coach Stevenson, Ray Kommel, Mike O'Neil, Doug Sturgeon, Frank Malles, jeff Franklin, john Sullivan, Alan Wendell, Paul Booterbaugh, Carl Collette, Steve Domann, Scott Iensen, Steve Obradovich, Bob Stapleton, Kim Wolfsberger, Keith Carter, Kurt Steichen, Leo Donahue, Dave Minkler, Phil Briese, jim Chavez, Bob- by Marquez, Lisle Randall, Mike Hare, Coach Congeilliere. cee pigskinners The Cee Pigskinners, coached by john Stevenson and Les Congilliere, soared to heights unsurpassed by any Cee team in El S Segundo's history. Hard work and inten- 30 sive practice showed through as these 78 Eagles brought home a League Champi- 30 onship of 4 wins and 7 loss. Not stopping 33 at League Champions, the Cees became El 74 Segundo's highest scoring Cee team ever, 0 as well as holding the best defensive rec- 8 ord. Look Around!! Eagles are breaking 28 records! 60 135 CEE RECORD OPP. AWARD WINNERS DUARTE 20 PALOS VERDES 26 Most Valuable Back SAN GABRIEL 8 Kim Wolfsberger MARINA O AVIATION 72 Most Valuable Lineman LAVVNDALE 8 Ray Kommel A LENNOX 6 MIRALESTE 8 Most Improved Player BEVERLY HILLS O Steve Eahy M.-. I --"-'V Mau... , ., , jv' . -V ' ""'7W iv ei gig fffh, j f-aff , i W az -E ,1 ff-' 'Q-Sill 4 1 I -.I 1 iw Mos! Valuable Player, jeff Rarney. varsity Sponges Gordon Clevenger attempts to score. jeff Ramey and Mike Puffer defend against an Aviation player. ROW 75 Bill Hobe, Richard Murray, Pete Segers, john Slatton. ROW 25 Coach Saari, jeff Ramey, Mike Puffer, Norm Stimpson. ROW 3, john Walkey, Pat Roach, jim Uhey, Steve Austin. were pioneer league champs. After three years of free lance schedules the E.S.H.S. waterpolo team returned to Pioneer League competition in 7969. It proved to be a very successful season as the Ea- gles won the Pioneer League Championship with a perfect 3-0 record. In the over-all season the Varsity sponges were off to a slow start, losing four of the first 5 games. How- ever, improvement was evident as they won the next seven games and finished with a respectable 73-7 record for the season. In the Annual Inglewood Tournament, El Segun- do's Varsity Sponges suffered 3-5 loss to Morning- side but came back with three convincing victories earning them the Consolation Trophy. Highlighting the season was a thrilling 70-9 victory in the first round of the C.I.F. play-offs against previ- ously undefeated Crecenta Valley in the El Segundo pool. However, powerful Lakewood, last year's C.l.F. runner-up, eliminated El Segundo 7-4 in the second round. Look Around! Varsity Sponges continue to bring home the honors. jeff Ramey-Pioneer League Player of the Year, Most Valuable player Award. Norm Stimpson-Co-Captain All-Pioneer League, Outstanding Performance Award. Mike Puffer-Co-Captain, All-Pioneer League. jim Uhey-Most Improved Player. ES Opponent 9 El Rancho 2 6 L.B. Wilson 70 5 Mira Costa 8 5 La Serna 7 3 Morningside 5 70 Rolling Hills 3 78 john Muir 3 9 Oxnard 6 6 Millikan 5 5 La Puente 2 77 Whittier 6 7 California 4 70 "Aviation 9 3 Lakewood 6 70 'Miraleste 7 7 L.B. Wilson 6 74 'Beverly Hills 4 4 Corona Del Mar 70 fPioneer League games ROW 15 lay Fortman, Bob Cummings, john O'Conner, Dave Ashly. ROW 2, Brad Liedke, Ben Hobe, Dave Sheehan, Dan Layne, Coach Brewer. bee sponges This year's Bee Sponges, coached by Mr. Saa- ri and Mr. Brewer, started out with several Ea- gle victories and vaired through-out the rest of the season. They also entered the Pioneer League this year and won the three league games with Aviation, ivliraleste and Beverly Hills, putting them in first place in the Pioneer League. Look Around! Bee Sponges rise above in our league! season record ES 17 Mira Costa 9 La Serna 6 Millikan 7 La Puente 6 Whittier 7 California 70 A 'Aviation 3 Lakewood 74 tlvliraleste 6 L.B. Wilson 9 'Beverly Hills 3 Corona Del Mar 4 Inglewood 20 Hawthorne 7 'Aviation 'Pioneer League games Opponent 76 8 7 8 72 9 5 8 4 4 7 5 5 8 72 l- ROW 75 Paul Ruttinger, Mark Faut, Bob Dexter, jim Witt. ROW 25 Brian McNulty, Richard Botfeld, Ben Brookens, Coach Brewer season record E5 9 Mira Costa 9 La Serna 75 Millikan 70 La Puente 7 Whittier 70 California 70 'Aviation 5 Lakewood 6 "'lVIiraleste 6 L. B. Wilson 70 'Beverly Hills "'Pioneer League Games cee sponges Opponent 74 7 8 74 4 6 9 70 5 7 5 The El Segundo Cee Sponges started their season off with a loss, but the next six wins in a row made that first game seem less important. The rest of their games varied, but their wins far outnumbered their losses. They were victo- rious in all three of their Pioneer League Games against Aviation, Miraleste, and Beverly Hills. Look Around! The Eagles are soaring and the Cee Sponges helped to make it happen. A ' gfiff, i s. ' We ,K V B I 1 4, L... Dann Leiviasurier begins takedown position, Capable leffjohnson, holds Opponent in cradle hold. We Rick Doukakis executes flying leap. is ss Crappler, Bruce Barcus, gets ready for kill. ff'- . ,,.,,,..J..M. ,I .vi A, nwywi.:f""-,,5,'pL..L.Tf' 'F '1 v-4' Coach Whittington confers with referee about a call Rick Could carries out maneuver under pressure. Closely watched, jeffjohnson pins his rival. l 'qt--s. '-W-1ffx:'v:-f'w,s-,,A , , ' -- ! W' "' ' ' f,. ,f,?"aff1q:,f,f4,,,1g,Lgs.-Q,,, , W, ' s "--f... f mhz I ' " 'f, 'Y iiffwfif f 4 1 if-,,:',fy,Lf 31. T, s.. if , ' -4 42 MW' 7 ' wi' Li .-:IZ i Kelly Stuart chalks up another victory. eagle grapplers The El Segundo Grapplers are a first year team with a new coach. They all worked hard this year and gained a lot from experience. The Crapplers were undefeated in our league. Wally Roland, won two of his last three matches. Rick Could, only a freshman, showed great promise by winning two Varsity matches. Look Around! The Grapplers are gaining. '31 , ati! 1 In the past, El Segundo's Cross Country teams have excelled in our league. This year's team is no different. Out of the nine Cross Country Meets held this year, the 1969-70 team had five definite victories. Coached by Terry Crystal, this year's team proved a great success. Mike Miller, a Senior, went on to League finals where he accomplished his season's best time, also winning eighth and achieving a medal. Look Around! Eagle runners are taking in medals! ROW 1, Raymond Miller, Mike Miller, Kelly Stuart, Mike Tracy. ROW 2, Bob Wilson, Don Mann, jim Coleman, Bruce Cowan. CFOSS country Varsity Season Record junior Varsity Season Record 5.5, Opp. E.S. Opp 32 St. Monica 25 21 St. Monica 34 17 Lutheran 46 15 Lutheran 50 29 Harvard 28 17 Harvard 40 20 Serra 35 25 Serra 40 19 Lennox 38 77 LGHHOX 38 39 Miraleste 19 36 Miraleste 20 42 Beverly Hills 18 38 Beverly Hills 20 44 Aviation 17 41 Aviation 13 27 Lawndale 28 25 Lawndale 34 Many hours after school, combined with disappointments as well as victo- ries, made this year's junior Varsity Cross Country season an exciting one. Highlighting the season were three definite wins over Miraleste, Beverly Hills, and Aviation. Richard Doss, a freshman, ran ex- cellent races against Lennox and Mir- aleste, proving himself to be a good prospect for the Varsity team. Sharing the excitement of both Var- sity and junior Varsity teams, jill Ste- vens and Laura Cuarusco kept stats and timed the teams. Look Around! Cross Country is in the lead! ROW 'lg Laura Cuarusco, David Lagotta, Mark Cross, Doug Busenga, David Von Flue, Xavier Miller, jill Stevens. ROW 2, Mark Stuthard, Ken Fogg, Bryan Gentry, Richard Doss, Rick Carroll, Curt Harrington. fiizia Q we ,X sg-., . Coach Crystal prepares to present awards at the Cross Country Banquet. CABOVEJ Coach Crystal presents David Lagotta his Varsity letter. CBELOW7 j. V. team warms up before a meet. ,,4.4 Most Valuable Player, Mike Miller, is presented his award by Terry Crystal. Gratitude is shown to jill Stevens and Laura Cuarusco for the time they gave to Cross Country this year. W2 A E ,sf . :VA 5 Q y . .. .... , .. f . ' ' '-.. H L, 133 V ' T37 .. 51, ?: C I A .,,, . L A 3 , n-wtmwww .. I . . mm jx qgmyyimwww ,315 is . , W ':""' i'!ijl'WH2W U . 'W ' f-a-vwa..u.:.4...Q.f,- .-...,..nef.zaw'-ww...-vm-mm-if ,. "L '41 Up! Up! Up! and Away! As jim Wood shoots for another basket. Q 'Hilfi ' it iwfyi i R, ' has 1 'U ..,.j"""' , ,,.,.., t..,.4,,.ff1-aff A-dw -as 1 , A,,' l . srsej, ' - , V , mf- --ff., ,ff W'M'rf -we f-1 A , 1 "fm-sffw-wfaxgg' Y., . . , ,. V: , . . , Dan Herman, Captain Mike Matthews, Captain jirn Wood, Dar Ernest, Paul Dohmann, Doug johnson, Mike Branam, Greg Hancoc. Bob Schaeffer, Dave johnson, Scott McGregor, jeff Tidwell. Dave johnson makes a rebound against Aviation. KBELOW LEFTJ Mike Matthews dribbles it for another two points. 1 11lfi 1v 'r f it 18 The 7969-70 Varsity Basketball season was a difficult one because of the num- ber of major injuries that hurt the Eagles early in the season. The last part of the season the Varsity Roundballers played up to their abilities. jim Wood had an excellent season. He scored 400 points in 27 games and led the team in almost every offensive statistic. jim was picked on the First Team all Pioneer League Team. Mike Matthews came back well after his injury and played great in the last round ofleague games. Graduating Seniors in Varsity this 1 ll' gg, Xxx -V l H year are Mike Matthews, jim Wood, X ' ' if A irt.i. N. Dave johnson who was leading in to- ' ',,i , X I ' - tal rebounds for the season, Greg Han- t 4 A S cock and Doug johnson, all showing a . ,A ,,.i,s.til,:,, 4- 1 lot of enthusiasm for this year's game. Q A .:j- 7 fssv-"'ft 0 ggggg gvvg I W A Several juniors will be returning next l't: frvvi il i'f" ' ' year including Dan Herman, Mike Bra- . ag., " Q . 'Fijfi ij.i . tifvfsp lrf yggqzy num, Paul Dohman, Dana Ernest and 4 g ' ' r f' 7 Bob Schaeffer. Look Around! Eagles ,A,yi, 5 -7 ffl rff' itlt showstrength! eagle ro un d ballers Mike Branum anticipates two points from the free throwline. SEASON RECORD ES OPP. 62 Lawndale 39 56 Lennox 47 56 Aviation 74 42 Miraleste 61 44 Beverly Hills 73 67 Lawndale 50 54 Lennox 43 74 Aviation 93 57 Miraleste 62 64 Beverly Hills 80 Tip it! Tipit! Tip it to the Eagles! ' W ML. 1'-iwfssriviw ff'r'1'2f":':-.wg V. gn... 'W l 3 if 1 2 'HMS' Dave johnson Number 22 sinks two points! CABOVED lim Wood gets ready to pass. CBELOWD It's a jump ball and the Eagles are alert and ready. Every year after Basketball season all the teams get together and have The Basketball banquet. This year the banquet was held in the High School Cafeteria. Awards are given for the Most Valuable players and the Most Improved and The Most Inspirational. Below are this year's Varsity award winners. Most Improved-Paul Dohmann and Dan Herman Most Valuable-jim Wood Most Inspirational-Mike Matthews 1970 Team Captains-Mike Matthews and jim Wood QS. X .. -W . we '-'4r' -'ll I uni Q ...X-1 -ff his LM-, ,,7.,. ,. , t . , L L CABOVED jim Wood sinks another two points for El Segundo High School. KBELOWJ Coach jones stresses the importance ofthe next play. KLEFTD Eagle Roundballers Dan Herman and Dan Ernest put all their efforts into the Aviation game. . . A.Mm:xms Q: A x-C X' fffxwwww A Sim au-A, . ,,.,a . W' V ', - V ' ' A . L .- ' V H In V M A 1 dl' V 'L' ' ,. t X 1: V V t A I :K - ' 12-A - a 7 - +L V 7 425- .L lf f . K 4-il' 'i L i f 31 i V ' N ffm . ,. an gig 5' I? il .1 I ., ,YI l KLEFTJ Bill Benedix, jim Aiken, Tony Pleick, Steve Leal, Dale McNutt, Stu Swiggum, Steve Curtis, jeff Tidwell. junior varsity round ballers The 1970 junior Varisty Roundballers had a very exciting and successful season. A new Coach this year, Kirk Browm, former El Segundo High School student, gained experience in coaching the junior Varsity Team as much as thejV's themselves gained. Winning most of this season's games, the junior Varsity team holds many new prospects for next year's Varsity Team. jeff Tidwell, small but fast, received the Most Val- uable Player Award, which was well deserved. His alertness and team work were obvious in the close scoring game between El Segundo and Aviation. Receiving the Most Improved Palyer award was Steve Leal and Stu Swiggum received the Most Inspi- rational Player award. Look Around! jV's are future Varsity Champs. I 148 AWARD WINNERS Most Valuable Player -jeff Tidwell Most Improved Player - Steve Leal Most Inspirational Player - Stuart Swiggum jeffTidwell Guard StuSwiggum Forward TonyPleick Forward Steve Leal Center Dale lvlcNutt Center jim Aiken Forward Steve Curtis Guard Bill Benedix Guard Q' I., CLEFTJ Steve Bryant, Don Bell, Bob Kessener, Ken Dalgleish, Mike jellison, Bill Schaefer, Long, Steve Obradovich, IABSENTJ Steve Anctil. bee cee round ballers BEEAWARD WINNERS CEE AWARD WINNERS Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Mike jellison Craig Cleary Most Improved Player Most Improved Player Dave Long Mike O'Deil I 38283325 , 0 it M V IA K, uf Da ve The 7970 Bee Basketball team had a good season. Coached by Coach Morgan, the team had its wins as well as its losses. A small team in height but tall in spirit, the Bee's were composed mostly of Sophmores. Outstanding players were Mike lellison, who received the Most Valuable Player Award, and Dave Long, Most Improved Player. The Bee's don't have an award for The Most Inspirational Player but the team on the whole de- served such an award. Look Around! Team Pride equals Victory! Coach Carter's Cee team did a fine job in the 7970 Basketball Season. Experience, coordination, and team effort are all learned by the Cee Basketball team. Mainly composed of Fresh- men, the first year alway seems to be the worse but the Cee team this year didn't let this bother them as they went on to win as wellas loose. Outstanding Cee players are Craig Cleary, Most Valuable Player and Mike O'Deil, Most Improved. Look Around! Ealges are experiencing. ROW ONE: Dan Riggens, Glenn White, Mark Devilbiss, Gary Mix, ROW TWO, jim Chavez, jeff Warren, Craig Cleary, Dave Minkler, Paul Collette, IABSENTf Mike O'Dell, Walt Wiley. in 1 iffy' It ,,. f' 'E 1 ' , .s't, I My I . ,y - ...... . . W vnu! .nn ' , 7' . , X . Ly. L. WwW,,W..M, ,.,1-v- THF? ax ',.x, -.. --' f--A -Mfgm., '--'om-'Ag-' f wg- wg, 1 ii X I X I " +'s"Q4'w'w-uNy,,h4M if A - ,- , , -2 ,. ,J.f,',.','g', ' M X X., M M 2 . 1 i f :W n 5 . . ..,. , 5 vi M A V - -Mi, W ' -4 u V ia ' X 4 ,:, 4 q x Q R H 4 "'- f'5'.." . "f' ' , , ' A . ,vw xv 3 "A K , 1 x " S Y' , 'hw , Q " M , 'f . " RQ, W M 4' ., ,, ,,g.x- 5 ,af sf. ,J xl 1 ' . 'Q ' 3 f , ,, j -V 4 . l.,- .-5Mv2fJfiTQg , wf. i , . Ugfv ' .- " f 4 wwe-f?W,1 wsu ' " ' ,,,. X X s w.4,,....,. 4 ,X ,'vfrv,,, ..,1 , X. 1 Z Q, I ., ie , , , I -. rf I I f 4'- , 1 , rm,-fi' Another Eagle Victory! Eric Bimberjumps. Coming in first, Don Mann takes the lead. varsity cindermen The 7970 Cindermen proved to be strong powerhouses, possible League Champions. Out in front in the 440 relay were Scott Dalgleish, Bob Lowe, Eric Bimber, and Mike Mote. Showing great skill in the 700, 220, Broad jump, and the Shot Put was Scott Dalgleish. In the pole vault, Steve Chavez pulled through for the Eagles every time. Compet- ing on the hurdles were Mike Duvall, Ernie Schiel, and Mike Mote. Strong in the sprint and all field events, the 7970 track team produced a great season including jeff jenkins and Randy Majors in the high jump. Look around! Speedy victo- ry for the Eagles. KBELGW RIGHT! Bob Wilson runs for victory! KBELOWJ Mike Mote and Er- nie Schiel take the lead in the hurdles. My LM New Varsity Coach john Hale, and assistants Terry Crystal, and Steve Newell. L-Inav" Q4 ww 5 'f Wk 1 ,W ff: D 9 6 ' 4 , .T . 0 H .' .f- 4' ' f Q 4 11 " , 8 K ,?"'1,V Q '. if "' ii K A V if . Q. 'fb , 42wQ,w 3 -Q 'Q 1 'J -off' 1 K' 'r., xxx ,,,..g!R 5-'af if wi ,ab X ,I 5931 ,L.... Meng., , 1 73 if 5 " f fix' Q. I Pg: 6. P' , -4' ,Q ,A t,,,,,..,.. f , , . K , K .W VA V :, X-. . 1 , t A - , X W , .- ,zz :JW f '-a sf Q, g,z-'i'.:- 4.1.5.1..,:'5,Z:n-34512-fa . 1 iff: -1- 1 ff 'Q -2:14 my C Y i'2i"-elsif-ftiiniit,Qi J T r ' -f V Eagles congregate aftera victory! Cil Selfprepares to run. bee and cee Cin dermen Bee and Cee Track, under the coaching of john Hale, head Track Coach, Terry Crystal and I Steve Newell, had an average season for El W fy 'TT , Segundo High School's Bee and Cee teams. Improvements needed in distance but strong runners are rising from these teams. Alan Brown, a Bee, proves to be a prospective Varsity Shot-putter. Although many or most of the Bee team will be ready to move up to Varsity next year, more experience is needed. This team hopes to find this experience this season. Look Around! Eagles are moving ahead! :wm""f,w , ' kiH9?iZ'fffg...,Q., 4 ' 'K :ti Qgw. , ' ROW ONE: Scott Fletcher, Steve Bryant, Bob McGregor, Rick Carroll, Rick Doukakis, ROW TWO: Mike Tracy, john Pederson, Alan Brown, Roger Evans, Terry Ray. ROW ONE: Pat Goeglein, Ken Fogg, Xavier Miller, Kaza Okuda, stein, Ken Spittler, jim Peterson, Paul Booterbaugh, Steve Obra- Paul Smith, Glenn White, Mike Robison. ROW TWO: john Wein- dovich, Richard Castle. f g. tAboveJ Cordon Clevenger and Mike Puffer relax after an ex- citing meet. tRighti Eagles push-offto victory! eagle aqua men Swimming, an individual sport rather than a team effort, proved to be an exciting part of 7970. Coached by Mr. Uhro Saari, noted nation wide for his achievements in coaching water polo in the Olympics, this years varsity swimming squad spent many hours practicing the backstroke, breaststroke, medley and numerous other strokes. At this years Beverly Hills invitational, Mike Puffer placed third in the 700 yard butterfly andjeff Ramey received a medal in the medley. Norm Stimpson swam the 400 placing high at sev- eral meets and Brad Liedke received two firsts at an invitational. CIF hopefuls this year include Mike Puffer, Gor- don Clevenger, Brad Liedke andjohn Walkey. Look Around! Eagles are Number One! Coach Saari giving a pep-talk at a home meet. .,, - . 'il-Y """'-M 1 WX awww Q -. .-1.'Qt9'i4sfew-v,,,,t..,., . ci Row 15 john Walkey, Brad Liedke, jeff Ramey, john Slatton, Mike Puffer, Cordon Clevenger, Norm Stimpson. Row 25 Bill Hobe, Pete Segers, john O'Conner, jim Uhey, Pat Roach, Mark Ashly. Airborne, Eagle Aquamen strive to win! 2 z f Q f v is f,:.'::.-We, f ,, . - www.. - ,V fav f 'QFPWW .dee 2.1........x..uisiav A Q V2 Three Varsity Swimmers in flight at a home meet! tStandingj Pat Roach, Bill Hobe and Cor don Clevenger prepare to Swim as Ben Hobe fin water! returns from a practice lap 'Q 5 fl 1' E 1' ' lp tl, in F Shi E' , gg, gm ll I I "' 3n 1. -,. ww if F .-.....--....... 1 , .11 wif.-f,.2L:. , f ' V . 5 6---..,. 'S' WML.. -F .:,,:: AWY. -...L ff' ': :,,--50M f If if' -4... . I :ll-'., 0 'ML wg, ,K P 5 Q Q., , :W lr 1 W-p-sq-v P5 vig- 35? , ' M.. ,Hy-Q. ' 5 . -v., 5...-.t . M., i X hw. ..,,,, Q i K ,wx M, X wh., ff Q' ,..f' --., ". 3 qggizss, - , 22" 1. ' ,. X-,. '. ,,,, 1 NM-pw... ., ...wv... TGHHIS This year's Varsity Tennis team is composed of experienced Varsity members. All have had at least two years in Varsity andsome, like Herb Jewell have had four. The 7970 Varsity tennis team is the best in ten years at El Segundo High School. Beginning the season with three wins and one loss this year's team could be possible League Cham- pions. First in the team is Bill Pelzman with an al- most undefeated record. Fourth year as Tennis Coach, Bill Watkins had a very successful season. Look Around! The 7970 Tennis is great! Great effort goes into a game as Eric Marshall returns a serve. 5 .L- f 'E Z 2 1 , g s- Q 1 ,jf M s. , - , t, ' 1 H, . - af W r . " X 1 A Two newcomers to the IV varsity tennis team are David Bliss and janack Desai. The 1970 lunior Varsity Tennis Team had an exciting season composed of an average of gains and losses but thrilling matches. Under the Coaching of Bill Watkins many of this year's junior Varsity Players will have to go up to the Varsity level. Next year almost all of the 7970 Varsity team are seniors and will leave ample room for expe- rienced lunior Varsity Players. Look Around!! Eagles are soaring! junior varsity tennis l 'll 'gf' 3, in i f 3 2 if 5 , f E l it., 3 s ,,z.., lk. 'Q . ,K Q. 5 MS.. 1 J 5 ixxwngjs A Z Eagle Horsehiders, Greg McMullin and Brad Hancock before a game. varsity horsehiders Eleven returning lettermen greeted Eagle Baseball - Coach john Stevenson when the 7970 Baseball sea- son began. They included Seniors: Catcher Brad Hancock, Centerfielder Steve Ray, Pitcher jack Sal- vinger, Right Fielder Greg Hancock and Third Base- man Dave johnson. The juniors on the team this year were Second Baseman Ed Glotz, Left Fielder Kirk Allison, Shortstop George Brett, Pitcher Ed Car- roll and Third Baseman Bob Schaeffer. The only Sophomore on this year's team was, Pitcher Scott G H' McGregor. Also additional squad members were fa- Senior Second Baseman Greg McMuIIin and junior . T Third Baseman Frankjudge. This years Eagle Varsity is seeking its 6th Pioneer Q 7 f League title in the past seven years. Look Around! Eagles are hitting homes! , H0f5ehldef5 8afhef3fReC-Pafk before PfaCflCe- Eagle Varsity Pitchers Ed Carroll, jack Salvinger, and Scott McGregor. vs .. .4774 -4' ,,,f f'v ' r- Z gg-Lx "'L"'.--. 'H 'H - .f -4- 11 A' if if jack Salvanger Senror Varsity Pitcher KBELOWJ Scott McGregor Sophomore Varsity Pitcher CBELOWD Steve Ray Senior Center Field KBELOWJ Greg McMulhn Senior Second Base if -. ,','A. A - fw ' f f ,f A ,f 'h . . 1 , V I M ff' f ,MM ., ,. ,Wa ,sw fgfwif, 'J , 1--114,-zz.,-if ' - M 5 ,, r- ,qv ,,'.:-,,,4,f+-,ff . , , , f., I V- ., ' 'L . A , ,. 4 of f -: , " "'- Mi' , ,- Wa, , v W , ff ,, ,, .. , V - ., 3 -, , V 4 ,gr 1' 254 J- -' F311 5 f .ff f-ip. . 1 V I 451' - W, , ,,g,yz?:v' . 1 ,gag W 1 62 16 f - , ,, ' f aw, ,,,, I I ,Wt W A, -' , ., , - ,A - - ,, ,. , ,, 1 0 ' ' , ,, , 1 ,gg , Z , f 'f 1 r r ,-1 , - ,. . , ah, 4 - ,'- vi, 1 3 - ' -, -+ V: 3 ', ' - r sf f ,Lx Q 1441" . .. 2 fa' nw. 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' I l . f J . .J I 113 Q - J , ,S 'gig :RJ j' A A' WI X 4 L ' in .4 f 'ZH' 3 wr ' 5 , 'T' . 3.1 F .. Maiden' ' Q i fx 1 E? 4 ' H 1 -. iadnw, Q ' F1 lam f A , -f ' it wwf" 'r S me ' L ff -5... gf' . ,, ' .1 Q .- , . r tf tiff' v ' ' ' . - id 1' pf N 1 . 1 -L Z J: V I Q, 5 5 131' X 3 l x Alfilwd f Q . ,, 4, W f , kV g fi, Q3 2 9, X -31? 1. V 3 R 1 If ' 2 g if K 4 A - A Q in , 4 U-7 ly V35 ds" ' 1 Y S "" .fi fi ' ' .lk Of I I .I J lx 1 f 2 , qt? Lf, I . T A , i.,!,:?j'1 I r V 1' Y 'V W . 9. J ., 5 , 1 : 2 g Q as g .PA A ' 1 -I vi p ri., f, , . D hs , , s , ' A we It K .ti Sli . 4 331- 'K .- V r . Q - jew. K1 ,fi fl nf 1' cy . - , - M .s A JJ, .L If- 'I l V4 Cf: A I h 4 4 'L A L w . , ,. . . . ,, , ., 't ROW ONE: jeff 77dwell, Steve Fahy, Steve Dohmann, Bill Benedix, Stuart Swiggum, Bob Culbertson, Mike Curtis. ROW TWO: Ken Dal- gleish, Tom Helvey, Barry Gangawere, Steve Curtis, Mike jellison, Ron Randall, jim Bailey, Rick Martin, Don Bell, Dan Reggins. . o 0 0 h h 0 i jUl'llOl' V3l'Sllfy OFSG llleffi Under the leadership of Coach jones, the 7970 Starting in the infield was Dean Dougherty, first junior Varsity Baseball Team worked towards the base, Steve Fahy, second base, Steve Domann, short League Crown. Coming in third last year, this year's stop, jim Aiken, third base, and Steve Curtis, catch- team hopesto be even mores victorious. er. In the outfield, Bob Culbertson watched right yl With mostly returning lettermen of the jV team field, jeff Tidwell in centerfield and Stuart Swiggum l' last year, a successful season was evident early in the as left fielder. Look Around! Eagles are striking them ,M year. out. f h h h 'd ROW ONE: Mark Devilbiss, jeff Franklin, Rick Smith, Kevin McGarry, Keith Huchinson, Tim 5 Smith, Lisle Randall, Phil Briese, Dave Long. ROW TWO: jeff Warren, jack Graff, Bill New- 5 man, Dave Minkler, Bob Stapleton, Mark Padjen, Keith Wolfsberger, jim Chavez, Mike '5 O'Dell. ei l' 4 lljgmmgwum L For the first time in El Segundo L ' C i X A g ggmww-WWW H High School's history, there was created a freshman baseball team. Frosh Horsehiders. Coached by Bob Cummings, :WN w Vi, ' so the new Freshman team had a strong season and expect to win the League Championship. Coach Cummings was quoted early in the season as saying, "A lot of potential and talent is evident 1: along with an all-around team effort toward winning. " The Frosh Team had nineteen members. Having strength in many areas, including pitching, by Phil Briese and Mark Padjeng catching by Mike O'Dell and hitting strength by Tim Smith. Look Around! Eagles are moving up to new and better things! L 2 'r X7 wr W W . 5523 ' 55? ., 4. qv I J! i. 1 " " ' A,:,,g,s,g .Sa A long hard year, the 7969-70 Sports season ends at El Segundo High. Looking Around we saw fall come with the forcefulness of Football, the distance of Cross Country and the strain of Water Sports. When Winter came upon us we looked around to see fast moving Basketball and pains taking Wrestling. Spring had come and brought with it the thrill of Track, the excitement of Base- ball and the quickness of Tennis. Look Around! The Eagles are great I! Q5 ' 1 14' " 13001124 yo, W6 Vo . '14, - 1 ,V 'V 436,9 9 Wa nm -.,- Af. 55.4 :- f- qm -f ,AY?' . if ,, ,, ,.'2-1,Jw, iff? , aw' 3521 , 275 ,f-,J .-,E ,. L L4 ' 5' x , , , , ff ' I , Y 4.12 .,,,,,,,,4oy,-,QILI QW 1 Q , -- iff, L My :, 9 .' " '- .Qi in u ' 'W . Aan. , ' f f 1, I l ,. ,. I I , 2,11 ff Ri e ,, MQ 1 wi? 46 . 3 'im-a,.,p:'sff :1a.,.- ,We 21" ,fm ff, f' jjfg ' iii." , .,. 'Q '1 ff. gf 5 .Q'- 1 if wav "' ffff Q ,gf 3 R 5 'P' l H x V A ,kL, 5, , tiff' - M -AH ' F A-N' i 1 ? i F ,nz K ' - : 7 3 gimiff f " . , f ,S W f , ,wp 43,-':' ' u 1 Y 25? iv . . u,1,5,5Z, J V ,H.,f2., . ,, W, . 7 ..,. , W , f X , ,. . M ' -:' ff 1 , -137, B f .1 ' , 5 ,,.. ,, 4 I n , vi ia W V, ,wi "Thx It is the little things that often go unnoticed at the time that build our memories. Looking around we see our faculty as people who enjoy such little things. Teachers are real people - not machines that sit in front of classes lecturing or grading papers. They are people who enjoy many of the same interests and hobbies as we do. Look around! See the "Easy Riders", Mr. Porter and Mr. Peterson at their summer cabins in Idaho. Mr. Tash relaxes from all the band practice in front of his fire place with his dog, and Mrs. Stuckeman enjoys dressing up as a hippie at a faculty breakfast. Mr. Olson finds hunting a change from typing while Mr. Craven, when not displaying his "instant"sideburns is displaying his catch of fish. Eor Mr. Hale, a day to just sleep and dream is all he needs. Each one of these teachers are enjoying life - doing their thing. Look around, Eagles, before it is too late! The faculty will be looking with you. . faculty O' uf' rf Wag, f I I 4 lf 'm""+M f ww, nw Mr. Porter and Mr, Peterson 15..- .N K XSS. - 4' J 'vu' Fifth grade students from Richmond Street School demon- strate a dance called the Tinikling for the Board. I 'Q .,1...,.,-. 3 . Q. WT at ,R 1 C s ,Q e 9' x ix 'en ' f", N5':.'.! " Members Sam Douglass, Melvin Westover, and Eugene Broadwater. Sex Education classes, School bonds, Dress Codes - all come under the juris- diction of the El Segundo Board of Educa- tion. This year's Board of Education con- sists of five elected community citizens, headed by Dr. Wesley Farr. Superintend- ent Dale M. Harter and Assistant Lee O. Odle also serve on the Board. These seven members make decisions and regard the State Education Code and the Constitu- tion as they effect the schools and stu- dents of El Segundo. The Board meets every other Tuesday night at the District Office, where these dedicated members of the School Board spend hours with the citizens of the community to improve the education of the students of El Segundo. A- Dr. Dale Harter, Su- ' perintendent, Dr. Lee '- i"': 5 i'fQf?1ii?q525if?? ,f,r7 251' Odle, Assistant Super- . .1 H intendent, Zonetta T' """""" 'T Cargill, Clerk, Dr. Wesley Farr, Presi- x dent, Mrs. Ruth Mat- son, Secretary to Superintendent. 168 William Dohmann - Principal Frank Craven - Assistant Principal of Pupil Services. Looking around and keeping a watchful eye on El Segundo High School students, both in class and out, are three administrators: Mr. William Doh- mann, Principal, Mr. Frank Craven and Mr. Robert Kingston, Assistant Principals. Something new this year which achieved a break- through in the communication gap among students, faculty, and administrators was the Students'Adviso- ry Council which met with Mr. Dohmann and other administrators once a week to discuss student prob- lems concerning dress code, open campus and Se- nior privileges. Mr. Craven, Assistant Principal of Pupil Services, coordinated the program of discipline in the school land kept an eye open for milk throwers at snack and lunch!! He also assisted with the counseling and guidance ofpupils in school. Coordinating all the school activities on the mas- ter calendar was the duty of Mr. Kingston. Thanks to him, such activities as dances rallies, athletic events, clubs, assemblies and student government make school more enjoyable for all. -A+: 124 -.Y-..s V f .. . .,-,,L.nz2.f...:h.-1'.n, . A.: - " . 1, , ,fe 4 X V Mx fl, if 'fghrhuwf V I ,, X - I lx W-...C it Robert Kingston - Assistant Principal ofActivities ' umm-- Robert Bristlin - Counselor "Know yourself and look to the future." With pa- if w sv! 51 0 f -it Eleanor O'Hair - Counselor tience, understanding and concern, the Counselors at El Segundo I-ligh School guide students to look at their abilities and achievements in school, and to look to the future with confidence. From scheduling of classes to informing students about job and col- lege opportunities, counselors play an important part in our high school lives. Dorothy Stuckeman - Counselor, Girls League Advisor. I 'NJ' Q' i f Y - . , - 'K-., M --vi J Q .V 46 ' 1. l I W 'lug james Porter - Attend- ance Supervisor. Maurice Ward - Counselor .. c . I ' :...., Q w""""" Margaret Cuzick - Associat- ed Student Body Bookkee- per, Attendance Secretary. f L Caroline Adams - Secretary to Principal. Lorraine Thorson - Nurse The Clerical Staff at El Segundo High School type the daily bulletins, answer the phones and keep the attendance records among other duties. Certainly a vital part of our school life are the Librarian and School Nurse. Mrs. Rosenberg and her assistants keep the library information up to date with new books and magazines. Eye checks, hearing tests, or just plain old bandaids - the school nurse must administer them all. Many an aching head or upset stomach has felt better after a trip to her office. Dorothy Floyd - Agnes Evans - Secretary to Assistant Principal of Activities. Librarian Shirley Malm - Secretary to Mr. Craven, Pupil Services. 2 Pauline Engle - Mary Rose Liedke - V guidance Secretary Guidance Secretary Doris Rosenberg - Librarian Sl' E ff' if -AJ 44 f.T,,-?2?x: .1 J 2-?"'f'a K"- , "Looking Backward to look ahead", describes our Social Science Classes. The idea is to learn from the past to create a better future. These classes stress the individual in a complex society, teaching that if the individual finds out why he acts the way he does, he can achieve greater communication through under- standing. The Social Science Department of El Se- gundo High School is striving for this goal. Freshman classes study family life including such topics as sex education, danger of drugs and alcohol, and drivers' education. Sophomores learn about the world in relation to our culture. The junior classes wrote numerous research papers, gave oral presentations, and discuss in seminar groups such various subjects as Puritanism, Westward Expansion, and Transcen- dentalism. Seniors leaned toward the theme of Man and his Environment. Izwrence T. Cummings - American Studies, U.S. History and Forensic Club Advisor. . Cary Cuisso - Political, Social and Economical Systems, Senior Class Sponsor. Martin Ablesser - Behavioral Sciences, U.S. History. A john Stevenson - Geography and State Requirements Clyde Dougherty -- Geography and State Requirements. and Coaching- Wallace Duffy - World History, Drama Terry Crystal - World History, Driver Training, Physical Education, Student Government, Coaching. WY, A , W7 1, - du..- f"9'i l i i ! .v""7'-in 5 Dick Whittington - Algebra, Geometry. Looking around to our Mathematics Department, we find new faces, new equipment, and a new club. The Math Team was formed by Mr. Woodsmall this year to promote thinking and individual devel- opment of the mind through mathematics. We have new mathematics teachers this year, Mr. Woodsmall, Mr. Whittington, Mr. Newell and Mr. Minner, all aiding students to challenge and under- stand this field ofabstract concepts. Doug Minner - Algebra, Foundations of Math, Coaching. 2 Steve Newell - Math I, Algebra, Coaching. fi , Z A I K ,.,--x i Don Woodsmall - Algebra, Foundations of Math, Math Team Advisor. Robert Thorsen - Geometry, Math Analysis. Margaret Potter - English III, Latin, Latin Club Advisor. Look Around! Miren alrededor! M11 PX .,'i K Look Around! Circumspectate! Foreign Language students look around to see what other countries are doing - to learn more .af about another culture - to understand our neigh- bors, both across the border and across the sea. El Segundo High School offers four languages this year, Spanish, French, German, and Latin. Listening centers, complete with earphones and tapes, enable students to hear the foreign language spoken by a native of that land. Advanced classes read famous literary selections, Field trips to Puada Hills ora foreign movie, Language Clubs and a Language J Yvonne Adler - German, German Club Advisor. Beth Wolf- French, French Club Advisor. Christmas Party all help to promote enthusiasm among the foreign language classes at El Segundo High School. Sherry Pierce - Spanish. . GJ!-: L-dar-I 1. -4. . Neva Hitchcock - Spanish. H ! s y x fx s ,ff ,,-I ' ' ' -.n'C'w- Anthony Hess - Business Math, Typing, Pilot and Navigation. "DON'T look" at the keys, that is, or so says the Business Education Department as they train students to type, to use the keypunch, the PBX teletype, and the telephone switchboard as well as the taped telephone exchange. Besides these ma- chines students achieve skills in typing, shorthand and bookkeeping that will enable them to find em- ployment in the Business World. The Work Experi- ence program offers upper classmen a chance to gain practical experience as well as school credit as they findjobs in the surrounding communities. Look out, World, here come the Business students of E.S.H.S. 5.9 ! Irfan -. ':,':',,- 'Z 1... , - .r' g,. Milton Olson - Typing and Bookkeeping. Work Experience, SCROC. .-.W .4 . , in... f- james Anderson - Business Math, Business Practice. SCROC - Southern California Regional Occupa- tional Center - also trains selected students from El Segundo in some trade such as welding, dental as- sistant, and many others. These students attend the center which is located in Torrance for three hours a day. Upon completing the requirements for their trade, Scroc students are qualified to seek employ- ment to use their skills. George Hall - Business Practice, Velma Morgan - Typing, Shorthand. . Virginia Petty - Math, English I, Epsilon Sigma Advisor. Pamela Dokken - English II, Bay Eagle Advisor, journalism. "Hey, look us over" say the two new classes of the English Department this year. World Humanities, a combination of Sophomore English and World His- tory, is offered to students of English II. Here stu- dents Iearn to relate the events of World History to the literature and art and music of the time. The other new class is Rhetoric, a class which is offered to Seniors as a substitute for one semester of English IV. In this class students learn to study style in writing. Besides the regular English classes El Segundo High School offers the students World Literature, Speech, journalism, Reading, and American Studies, a class offered to juniors which combines American History and American Literature. The English Department emphasizes correct writ- ing and literary appreciation. Skills in communica- tion are stressed in all classes as students and teach- ers alike look around for a deeper understanding of mankind and his problems. Two important classes in this department are the Bay Eagle and Annual. The Bay Eagle is the student newspaper which is produced by the students of that class and appears on campus approximately once every two weeks. The Annualclass is responsi- ble for the Golden Eagle, the school yearbook. Al- though these two classes require a lot of time and work, the end result is worth it. 14. -I-... Yw. Moonyeen DeSmidt - English Il, IV, Rhetoric. 1 -'ati -N., Richard Peterson - English II, III, World Lit- erature, junior Class Advisor. g William Watkins - American Studies, World History, Eng lish Il. Kathryn Peterson - Speech, English IV, GOLDEN EAGLE Advisor. ivy I i 49' we Q Phil Gingrich - Stage Crew, Metal shop, Wood shop. Girls in Shop Classes? Yes, a feminine touch has been added to the Industrial Art area in the new Home Mechanics Course for girls, offered the first time this year. Here girls learn to repair leaky faucets and change flat tires! Auto Mechanics is another new course offered this year. Skills requisite for in- dustry and profitable hobbies are included in the wood shops and metal shops courses. We learn by doing' and looking I Phillip Wood - Design Crafts, Ceramics. Karl Barmore - Mechanical Drawing, Wood shop I 4 o 12 1 U 5734 M. V44 235: t : 1' af 4 U gn Ed Chandler - Metal shop, Power Mechanics. Willard Harden - Biology and Biology Club advisor. Science courses offer students a variety of inter- ests at El Segundo. Biology I, Earth Science, and Life Science are available for the Freshmen. Upperclass- men may choose from Biology II, Chemistry, Physics or Biology Lab Assistant which offers individual pro- Tom Felix - Biology, Life Science, Assistant Football Coach. Scientists constantly look around and observe life around them. Our Science courses at El Segundo High School encourage students to do the same and to delve into new and unknown topics as well. They also touch upon the fundamental facts of science used in everyday life. These courses help students to understand the physical world they live in and the little things that make up life. Knowing the theory or reason behind the little things helps us to notice the bigger things in life. Bill Morgan - Life Science, C's Basketball Coach. ject work. New classes offered in the Science De- partment this year included Photography and Pilot- ing and Navigation. Students showed a tremendous amount of interest in both ofthese classes. Cecila Celinas - Chemistry, Physics, Photography. 179 ............-w- 1 is ....L.....,..4 . . I Richard Tash - World Humanities, Piano, American Studies, Varsity and Stage Band. Dodie Daoud - Art, jewelry, American Studies. Danieljeldum - Art, Design Crafts. u"'f Dianne Klemm - All Chorus classes, Harmony. Self-expression through the fine arts courses is emphasized at El Segundo High School. Ceramics, jewelry making, drawing, crafts and music encour- age students to create and to develop the aesthetic part of their mind and body. With some instruction and suggestions, students of these fine art classes have produced some truly creative jewelry and art, as well as clothing, and the fine sounds of music add to the enjoyment of all students. Nanette Fisher - Homemaking. Xi? Tr., R f T' ,ff 1.-ev 3 i E ,L '1 ' J . ""T"ff' .b 1 S ' j ,,L,.. john Hale - Co-ed Weight Training, Physical Education, Tf2Clf 81 Football Coach- Sandi Berhmann - Drill Team Advisor, Physical Education Skill and participation in group and individual ac- tivities are an exciting part of the physical education and sports scene. Students can hit a baseball, kick a football, or run a mile and observe the sights and sounds of nature and life around them. Physical fit- ness is also a vital part of these classes, as the Co- Educational Weight Training Class will testify. Girls Athletic Association and Modern Dance offer an opportunity for girls to join in the enjoyment of sports and to create through dance. Fritzi Holmes - Modern Dance, Physical Education, Orchesis Advisor "Eff 3,1 " ' 9-4243055 Urho Saari - Water Polo, Swimming Barbara Gibbs - CAA Advisor, Physical Education t , ' 1' if J 0, N, - l fri 9 i' 'S Dwight jones - Physical Education 15 1 .' .mu -..., "' 1, F . -tqixj v T912 '- . Robert Morris - Athletic Director Along with the traditional classes, El Segundo High School offers special classes for various stu- dents, and along with this, special teachers. Mr. Robert Morris was promoted to Physical Education Director which involves coordinating the entire physical education program for the district. Mr. Dick Carter and Mr. Doug Henderson serve as Special Education teachers. Mr. Henderson's photography classes helped the Bay Eagle and Annual Staff with pictures. jack Wilson, Curriculum Coordinator, was instrumental in organizing and starting the new World Humanities and American Studies classes. Fred Sorkin, the reading specialist, worked with the poor readers as well as the "power readers". Also certainly very important to any student was the Driv- er Training teacher, Bob Conner. He instructs stu- dents very consciously to say LOOK AROUND! Special teachers in Special Classes are very special indeed! Dick Carter - Special Education, Coaching X Robert Conner - Driver Training T-3'5" K . !' -X t. . . if A uni! Doug Henderson - Special Education jack Wilson - Curriculum-World Humanities, Audio-Visual Fred Sorkin - Reading Specialist afi- , -t m t, , QE Barbara Culp Frances Dent Nellie Cray june Cox Eileen Montz Virginia Lane Leona Evans Marion Stephens Cafeteria Staff preparing lunch for hungry students. 4, ff:a.,s:i,,a 5, ,WMM .a ff fb' V- 'lx , , f - -,wr 4 f A M ,ga V 3 144 , A1 - 1 Bus Driver, Frank Harris Warehouseman, Frank Campise Wilbur Baird, Ray Corby, jerry Witt, Helen Clayton. Bus Driver, Al Mallo Looking around, one could not say the students of E.S.H.S. go hungry ... thanks to the efficient job of the cafeteria women whose friendly faces warm even the coldest appetites. Keeping the campus clean and mopping up after milk fights is just a small part of the duties performed by the custodians, and driving those big, yellow busses to athletic events and field trips is just another service of our bus driv- ers. Without these very essential and efficient peo- ple to look after us, we students would probably never make it through a day ofschool. Thanks, all! 'tk HR t in 4. -+...,,,.-l 4 Custodians Y i, fl W I L. ' ' A V it ' ,QA tg- i 27 we yu ,L 11- H I t ss we-we-ft f 1' Advertising pays great dividends-especially in the Golden Eagle, where students and faculty look around to see what is happening today. Mike Duvall wonders why we have fences-dress code- and if the right advertising might eliminate both. Cindy Cun- ningham and Sandi Crichton look over the ad sales for the 1970 Colden Eagle-sure that these ads will be read by all. Brad Hancock tries to camouflage him- self as a tree-Robbyn Bailey smiles at her brother, Scott, as he begins his first day of school since his recovery from surgery earlier this year. Dan Herman thinks advertising is a pleasant way to publicize the prom too. Cindi lvlcivlullin and Glenda Pagett show E.S.H.S. school spirit with a "big" smile for all adver- tisers while Mr. Tash takes a break between classes. Perhaps it all begins and ends with "7O" Rules - the best advertising yet. 6l ave' u Best Wishes Senior Class Of 1970 Hn-wg riigyrm Wmmmm- turing?" Ummm Ilqilunar Wm fm ulmlqnm 'FW uranium. :lnlmunn Quang runnin: ,W ma !lFllQ ri 3 K' .umllhnh 'RN T e El Sequndo Fireman's Association wir'--"" . N.- , - 'es I , f A ' ' " L , r , 0 ' ' rf- . V- 'rss " ' , Q, , 'x 'f M M-fax q We A ff--K " ' Y V , , . 3 ,,.,., P V ' ggnf X , A f .pg , ,. ,, .xwzuw V W, P 'A' . 2fT'v:r:n ,: A M, i ., , 'il' .. 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Since 7938 FR 9 2377 CAMERON S Mikasa China And Stoneware Glassware Imported 0 Domestic Carden Ware 7022 Sepulveda Blvd 0 Manhattan Beach Calif RENTA S NOTARY LOANS EXMONT 7 9077 S AGHETTI R VIOLI EXMONT 1 3243 ME T BALLS PIZZ LASAGNA VEAL PARMIGIANA Geo Renfro Real Estate VILLA ITALIAN RESTAURANT SERVING ORIGINAL ITALIAN FOODS FREE PARK NG NI NIEER OF' NG OD REA TY BOARD 763 NIA N STREE EA GATE 2 3466 FOOD TO 3973 SEPULVEDA BLVD SEGUND C LIF EASTG E 2 2222 TAKE OUT CULVER CITY CALIF TRADITIONAL CLOTHES 322 5365 428 MAIN S EL SEGU DO CAL F' 322 0407 A L MURPHY Television Service LEC-IRA HOME mudzlf 475 Main Street El Segundo Calif 90245 322 0373 130 W sf G d v g do C 90245 . X I , I.. - P - A - A - A O - E I LEWO I. I I T ST - . EL o. A . AT - . . ,a U 2121 STEVENS FOR MEN I - T. N , I . I . ' RAY ARCI-IAIVIBALJLT BY APPOINTMENT EA 2 9856 OR WALK IN BUSINESS TAX SERVICE BOOKKEEPING INCOME TAX JOHN H LEHNLJS TELEPHONES 218 VVEST GRAND AVE OFFICE EASTGATE 2 4371 EI. SEGUNDO CALIF I'IOME EASTGATE 2 OB25 ff? EIZJ 165 S 1440 EAST IMPERIAL HIGHWAY BARBER Sl...lQp EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA NIEN LADIES CHILDREN 772 5770 322 4424 DICK COLE GENERAL MANAGER SERVICE B: SUPPLIES 201 VVEST GRAND AVENUE FOR HAIRPIECES EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA abrzcs wzlb a lazr TODDY BROWN 1143 MANHATTAN AVE. MANHATTAN BEACH YUM YOUNGGREN CALIFORNIA 90266 545-2451 l i 1 N 1 o 1 A X NN M If oo Q. A X 1 322-3954 772-1246 SV' A f fr X r NEW PACIFIC LUMBER A S4 J' , I 331 SEPLJLVEDA BLVD. Speed mam OFFSET PRINTING Co. J pp, O If f A X ,X . ' 1 9999 gifs- C+' El. SEGUNDO. CAUF. 0 301 MAIN ELSEGUNDO lf, 772 4277 J 'j 322:5334 . AEROSPACE PRINTING CENTER 7 P 1 O CUNGRHT LILHJCLONS SEM oR I!! 650 North Sepulveda Blvd. El Segundo, Calif. 4- A .. BOB MCCARTHY SPRING 2 2988 EASTGATE 2 1544 A COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 5I2 CENTER STREET EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA IVIcCartI1y Insurance Agency 339 MAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA MARY R MEEKER 322 2I90 AUTO FIRE LIFE Eomos LIABILITY COMPENSATION Congratulatlons, Class CDf797O 322 4467 REAL ESTATE JUNE CUTHBERTSON RES PHONE 322 5048 411 NIAIN ST JET AGE REALTY El. SEGUNDO CALJF VIL I. A G E DR U G BERNIE KASTIGAR PETERSQN P ROPR B R O S 500 CENTER STREET MOLD CORPORATION Preclslon Mold Making Center 732 Nevada Street 772 3267 Don and Emma Peterson ... IV .41 z, EA 2 S863 EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA TUNE-UP COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE EL SEGUNDO Brake 84 Wheel Service EA 2-1370 FEA URING BE R FRONT END ALIGNMENT VVHEEL. BALANCING - TIRE TRUEING AL. WEST 301 VIRGINIA ST. El.. SEGUNDO C L F. l"i r-""""' 'hm-.M - MARIPOSA MARKET 1160 East Mariposa Roland Blakeman 322 2828 Ray Lanphere Complete Automotive Service EL SEC UNDO CLEANERS SLAUNDRYNMS We Operate Our Own Plant Alterations I Repairs Delivery Service EL 424 Main St 'El Segundo Calif 90245 TIRE COMPANY EAstgate 2 0711 227 W Grand El Segundo B1 Ba hr 1733 . I? 'll 322- U l -rwf L ALL l I' BOB SHERRILL. PH: 322-3938 PHARMACIST SI-lERRlL.L.. 210 EAST GRANDfEl. SEGUNDO. CALIF. 90245 4' A . , f' n FOURNIER S SPGRTING COGDS 425 Main El Segundo California 322-2665 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY I Molly :lolly 437 Mam El Segundo 322 0770 M C jaguar Austln Healy Volvo Triumph Hillman V W Porsche AIRPORT FOREIGN CAR 212 E lmperlalAve 322 7633 SERVICE EL SECUNDO LOCK 81 CYCLE auto home office complete key service Lock outs Combinations changed Locks lnstalledand replaced A D ALPINE INC Ceramic Kllns 0 Heat Treating Furnaces 735 Main street 322 3083 . ,,, dusma, Ovens El Segun do Ca 353 Coral Circle El Segundo Calif 90245 JERR Y s sHo15s fob" F R"'dge Telephones 772 2557' 772 25580 322 2430 ANDREA S BOUTIQUE AfeaC0de213 400 Main 322 5867 MUSTLY ME Mostly Ivy, Mens Wear 0 3516 Highland Ave. Manhattan Beach, Calif. ' Phone 545-4118 orresl' lahoners nc FRCM COMMERCIAL STATIONERY OFFICE EOUIPMENT HADLEY ACCOUNTING FORMS DUPLICATIN6 PRODUCTS OFFICE FURNITURE Med1cal8f Sclentlflc Supplies DRAFTING SUPPLIES 297 Coral Circle 200 West Grand Avenue El Segundo Cahf 90245 Forrest Cosfenborder EI Segundo Cahf 90245 EAsI'gate 2 OI25 SPrlng 2 2890 Balboa Island 704 Marine Avenue 673 3300 El Segundo 327 Main Street 322 7556 Costa Mesa 270 E 77th St 548 7222 Humngton Center 7777 Edlnger H B 894 3337 Laguna Beach 240 Broadway 494 3794 South Coast Plaza 3333 Bristol C M 545 2332 Sportswear Swimwear Greetings To The Class Of 70 INTERNATIONAL RECTIFIER and subsldlcrles DlV8fSlfIed Dynomlc Calnfornlc Growth Organlzohon Servmg World Markets In SEMIIKIIDIIIIBIIBTBBS IIINIB SGILIIB STATE IDIEWIBES Internatnonal Rectlfler Semlconductor Duvlslon EI Segundo Cahf BHIIIBMABEUTIBALS Rachelle Laboratories Inc Long Beach Cahf IIlIIEIDIIIIGlIIL ELEBTBBIIIIIIGS Dallons Instruments EI Segundo Cahf IIItlIE'TI'l'5IILLILIII?8IGIIIGl4III. lIIILIL.IDIIlS urn n c I n lc c unr roulhot wor urrentAuIRportvllbI n u o INTERNATIONAL RECTIFIER 233 Kansas Street, EI Segundo, Callforma 'Llotod on the New York Stock Exchange ' Ph. - A ' Ph. - . . Ph. - ' ' , . . Ph. - Ph. - A ' , . . Ph. - i I HIL f- ' A W. I 7 Dresses M up. . Q rbi Manuhc! I g a d Salon Fl Illt on I prn lpal o t los th u the ld C nn a 0 a l a 0 o req lat t : . SECUNDO MEDICAL CENTER 455 Main Street El Segundo Callfornla john D Meschuk M D Frank Lowe M D 6 3 ROLD COLD O Mr 81 Mrs Richard Tash wx 1970 PGP f YE Lea Mrs Harve Mr Sf 446 U PV . lfyfli-6 0 SO UC fya .fewew dx NX we Patrons SSO W,leyAndF FOODS 1924E Maple El Segundo Calif J' Qu fa GR a 1 'F Club mil! Q65 se my re, fl, 5. f JT U 42. ea 6 so 47 6 0 'kb 4 QX i Q l A I ' I I I I . . I swing into the S I I I I I I I I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I L.. , from the editor I can't begin to thank each member of my staff individually be- cause we depended on the help and cooperation of each and every one ofus to produce the 1970 GOLDEN EAGLE. Everyone has learned much. This year has taught us the impor- tance of dedication to a cause, the joy of a job well done, unity in a group, and we decided that if we couldn't work together as a group, we vvouldn't produce the book at all. We have tried to uphold school traditions such as Coronation and school colors. Coronation was huge success, except the color pictures did not come out. Special thanks to Mr. Peterson who spent many hours compelling us to do everything the "right" way instead of the lazy way, to Rob- erts Photography Studio and Mr. Fitch for taking senior portraits and the majority of our candid pictures, to American Yearbook Compa- ny for general production, to Mr. Henderson and his photography classes for "rush" pictures we needed, to Mr. Howard, our year- book representative, and to Mr. Kingston and Mrs. Evans in the Ac- tivities Office for putting up with eighteen Annual members throughout the many crises during the year. gm 197 S ii llf"'1 i , rx l P t You have looked around and seen the Colden Eagle memories for 1969-70. Classes, Clubs, Activi- ties, Students, Teachers, and Sports - all a part of yesterday in life at E.S.H.S. One last look at the happenings and the people of the year is offered in Index which acts as a guide for recalling what was happening then. Dick Kessner, Michelle Ramsey and janice Murphy at a junior Class Meetingg Noel Gutierrez and Maria Valles dancing at the Coronation Ball recall some of the more pleasant memories of school life. Lisle Randall remembers his broken leg and the autographs of classmates on his cast-and looks forward to better days. Kevin McCary and jeff Franklin look around for a new year of excitement and fun at E.S.H.S. while Seniors Herb jewel! and Steve Ray look back with fond memories of lunch in Senior park. The House of Representatives see band uniforms made possible through their efforts on the annual Carnival and selling license plate holders. Senior Loree William- son's face reflects the tinge ofsadness of the thought of leaving old friends at E.S.H.S. for new hori- zons ofthe future-but Maggie Matthews smiling face assures us that the last look around at E.S.H.S. is a happy one indeed. The Colden Eagle sees today with yesterday's memories and tomorrow with those oftoday! Look Around! So will you l ' 198 l ...Il general index A cappella, 105 Activities, 15 Advanced Chorus 104 American Field Service 120 Associated Student Body President 74 Audio Visual 126 Bay Eagle 109 Bee Basketball 149 Bee Football 134 Bee Swim Team 156 Bee Track 153 Bee Water Polo 138 Beginning Chorus 104 Biology Club 112 Boys Chorus 105 California Scholastic Federation 114 Cee Basketball 149 Cee Football 135 Cee Swim Team 156 Cee Track 153 Cee Waterpolo 139 Classes 15 Class Officers 78 Colonels 94 Coronation 96 Cross Country 142 Dedication 12 Drama Club 125 Drill Team 94 Earth, Space, Science 124 Epsilon Sigma 111 Excutive Cabinate 75 Faculty 167 Flag Twirlers 92 French Club 117 Freshman class 65 Future Homemakers ofAmerican 127 German Club 118 Girl's Athletic Association 164 Girls and Boys State 79 Girls League 122 Golden Eagle Staff 1,108 Head Rank Leaders 94 House of Representatives 77 Index 198 junior Class 48 junior Varsity Baseball 162 junior Varsity Basketball 148 junior Varsity Cross Country 143 junior Varsity Tennis 158 Key Club 110 Latin Club 119 Mascots 93 Modern Dance 103 Navigation Club 124 john Fournier looks Hun gryl Orchesis 125 Organizations 107 Pep Club 124 Senate 76 Senior Album 44 Senior Class 18 Senior Picture 8,9 Senior Reflections 41 Senior Signitures 46,47 Sophomore Class 58 Spanish Club 116 Sports 129 Stage Band 102 Stage Crew 126 Student Government 72 Tennis 157 Top Nine Seniors 16,17 Varsity Band 100 Varsity Baseball 159 Barsity Basketball 145 Varsity Cheerleaders 90 Varsity Football 130 Varsity Songleaders 91 Varsity Swim Team 154 Varsity Tennis 157 Varsity Track 152 Varsity Waterpolo 136 Varsity Wrestling 140 seniors -,q- Aguila, Armando 18, 102 Albers, Randy 18, 99,102 Arnold, Alan 18 Austin, Steve 18, 110, 137 Ayer, Randy 18 -g- Bailey, Kevin 18, 130, 152 Bannerman, Lance 18, 110, 157 Barnes, Frank 18 Barnes, Beverly 18, 103, 39 Barnwell, joanie 18 Barton, Deborah 18, 111 Baynard, jerry 19, 125 Berggren, Sue 19, 95 Biggs, Teresa 19, 95, 127 Birdsall, Susan 19, 90, 76, 78, 111, 113, 114, 116, 121, 122 Black, Penny 19, 6, 43 Blair, Vicki 19, 45, 76, 90,108, 117,113 Borchert, Robert 19, 102 Bosela, Lynda 19, 103,124 Bourell, Timi19, 1, 4, 45, 75, 94, 108, 117 Brand, Roxanne 19, 103 Brumley, Wes 20, 134, 39 Bunce, Thomas 20 Burgess, Deborah 20, 103 Burkett, Paula 20, 103, 105, 125 Bush, Toni 20, 104, 111 Bushnell, Sharon 20, 43 -C- Calhoun, Michelle 20 Campbell, Pauline 20, 95, 125 Carfora, jim 20 Carlson, Reed 20, 125 Chabrajez, Pam 20, 94 Seniors Davidjohnson and Brad Hancock look over the teeny-boppers in the Main Hall. Chavez, Steven 21,152 Cowin, Bruce 21, 102, 142 Crichton, Sandi 21, 1, 108, 105, 124,125 Cummings, Patricia 21, 103,125 Cunningham, Cindy 21, 1,10 Curtis, jackie 21, 75, 91,108, 113, 116,121, 122 -D- Dalgleish, Scott 21, 77, 111, 120,121,150,152 Darling, Christine Ann Davies, Susan 21, 103, 116, 121, 125, 127 Daykin, Cathy 21, 95 Dia, Haifa 21, 77, 111, 120,121,164 DObOs, Debi 22, 1, 108, 104 Domann, Larry 22, 152 Dowd, john 22, 16 Dowdy, Debbie 22 Drozd, Linda 22 Dunn, Randy 22, 45, 43, 96, 97, 103 -g- Eccles, Ed 22, 134 Erickson, Debra 22 Erlandson, Linda 22, 1,108,124 Essele, julie 22,125, 127 -f- Fahy, Michael 23, 17, 75, 99,114, 116, 110, 117, 157 Fisk, Dorothy 23, 111, 164 Fitch, Marc 23, 44, 105,117 Folkerson, Patsy 23, 95 Fornerone, Bruno 23, 16, 45,114, 116, 112, 117 Foster, Melissa 23 Frijus, juenita 23 Frushon, Lynda 23, 108 Gentry, Debra 24, 103 Glover, Laurie 24 Goessler, Darice 24, 86 Guy, Melissa 24, 103, 105 Halleen, Ann 24, 164 l Har7COCk, Brad 24, 7, 44, 708, 730, 759, 760 Handcock, Greg 24, 42, 96, 97, 98, 730, 744, 760 Hanes, Linda 24 Harshaw, Janet 24, 94 Harter, Laura 24 Hartman, Melinda 25,703,705 Herren, Jim 25 Horton, Jerry 25, 705 Huffine, john 25, 88 Huffine, Ken -j- Jacobsen, Joan 25, 95 Jenkins, Jill25, 44,705 Jewell, Herb 25, 76, 77, 79, 775, 774, 776, 770, 777, 798, 757 Johnson, David 25, 44, 75, 97, 709, 744, 746, 760 johnson Diana 25,727 johnson Dianna 26 Johnson, Doug 26, 72, 78, 744 Johnson, Pam 26, 705 vaivnfmpyv Behind those dark glasses lurks Senior Linda Erlandson Working on Annual papers. jolly, Ella 76, 26, 45, 79, 703, 777, 772, 774, 727, 723, 725 -K- Kastler, Steve 26 Keenan, Bill 26 Keener, Paul 26, 770, 757 King, Jon 26 Kinney, Pat 26 Kraft, Ken 39 Krekemeyer, jan 7, 26, 708, 706, 777, 778 Kuegemann, Richard 27, 705 -L- Laird, Jim 27,770 Lake, Kathleen 27 Lamay, Rosanne 703, 725, 39 Larsen, jim 27 Lawrence, Don 27 Leaf, Geri 7, 27, 44, 75, 78, 94, 708, 777,722 LeMasurier, Dann 27, 45, 77, 725, 730, 732, 740, 747 Lewis, Debra 705, 39 Liles, Sandi 27, 703, 725 Lucero, Marlene 27,703 Luft, Annette 27, 44, 77, 95 Lytle, Mary 28, 76 -M- Mack, Judi 28 Mack, Larny 28,702 Maledon, Mary 28 Marshall, Eric 28, 772,757 Martinez, Chris 28 Mason, Glenn 28,770,757 Matthews, Margaret 28, 93,777,772 Matthews, Mike 28, 77,744 McCauley, Patricia 28, 75, 777, 772,727,724 McCubbin, Larry 29 McCullar, Linda 29 McDonald, Steve 29,734 Mclntyre, Walter 29, 705 McMullin, Greg 29, 40, 86, 75, 776, 730, 759, 760 Meheula, Candace 29,703,725 Meschuk, Mary Lou 7, 29, 44, 94, 96, 97, 708 Metcalf, David 29 Miller, Michael 29, 772, 724, 743, 742, 757 lVlOte, Michael 29, 730, 757, 752 Mott, Patti 30, 777, 777, 727, 727 Mueller, Terry 30, 75, 99, 727 Murray, Richard 30, 737 -N- Nash, Steve 30, 770 Nivans, David 30, 702 -Q- O'Bannon, Danny 30 Obradovich, Janice 30, 94 O'Connor, Maura 30, 95,727 Olson, Marsha 30, 95, 772, 727,727 O'Neill, Chris 30 Orlowski, Dennis 37 -p- Pasker, Cheri 37, 45, 97, 96, 97, 98,773 Paul, Michelle 37, 45,764 Paul, Rochelle 37,703 Pelzmann, William 37, 77, 774,772,757 Perry, Larinda 37 Phillips, Gary 37,774,724 Platt, john 37 Porter, Gardys 37,703,705 Powell, Denise 37 Presswood, Jeannie 32 Price, Randy 32, 2, 724, 725 Proctor, Bill 32 Prokopowicz, Rycha rd 32,724 Puffer, Mike 32,76,770,772,727,737,755, 754 Purvis, Thomas 32,705 Quinn, Bob 32, 77,774,772 Rada, jenny 39 Raeymaekers, Katelijne 32,777, 720,727 Greg Handcock and Missy Bowler look over East Wing on a Blue and Gold day. Rasdall, joyce 32, 77, 77, 774, 776, 777, 727, 723 Ray, Ieff32, 124 Ray, Steve 33, 42, 45, 86, 77, 730, 732, 798, 76 Reid, Beverly 39 Renfro, Jim 33 Riessen, Kevin 33, 43, 45 Roach, Patrick 737, 39, 755 Robinson, Cynthia 33, 703, 725 Ross, Al 33 Ruttinger, Harold 33, 87, 86 -5- Sabey, Janice 33, 95 Safarian, Sandie 33, 726 Salvinger, Jack 33, 45, 759, 760 Scheil, Ernie 33,757,752 Scott, Regina 34, 45 Self, Orbin 34, 724, 753 Simons, Laurie 34, 78 Simpson, Ron 34, 6, 705 Smith, Lance 34, 709, 774, 770 Smith, Richard 34 Smith, Tom 34, 44,730 Soto, jenny 34, 95, 99, 37 Spreey, Lynn 35, 747 Stafford, Ruth 35 Stanton, Lawrence 39 Stiewel, Brad 2, 35,702,705 Stimpson, Norman 35, 737, 755, Stivers, Michael 35, 77, 707, 770 757 Strader, Cecilia 35 Sullivan, Jim 35,779,730 Sweeney, Kathie 35 Swiggum, Donna 36 Sykes, Linda 36 -T- Tardiff, Rick 36, 779, 724 Taylor, Steve 36 Tetu, Dennis 36 Thanos, Carol 36 Thomas, Charles 36 ' Thompson, Matt 36 Thompson, Ricky 36, 98, 730, 752 Tracey, Mike 37, 772, 742, 753 Trosper, George 37 Truesdell, Edna 37, 94, 99, 705, 77 727 Turner, Greg 37 ' 2 13 Ax Angelo Chieppa looks lor names Index. Uhey, james 37, 44, 705, 737, 755 Valle, Grisel 37 Vandrie, Gary 37 VanNatta, Dave 39,709 Van Vranken, Bruce 37 Varner, jeff37, 77.0 Velasco, Rocio 37 Velzy, Matt 37 VonFlue, Francine 38 -W- Wagley, Mark 38,42,730 Walker, Wayne 38 Wallace, Drew 38 Warfield, Kathy 38 Warnock, Donica 38, 95 Warren, Glenna 38, 725 Wendell, Alan 38, 735 Wentworth, Vicki39 Wheeler, Kent 39 Whitson, Cindy 38, 95 Wiitala, Carolyn 39, 703, 724 Wilder, David 39 4, 777, 777, in the Wiley, cymhia 39, 44, 75, 108, 111, 112, 720, 727, 723 Wiley, Sharon 39 Williamson, Loree 39, 77, 95, 777, WOOd, jim 39, 77, 744,747,746 798 Woodford, Paula 39, 703, 777, 772, 776, 727, 725 Young, Barbara 39, 93 -Z- Cummings, jim 50, 88 Cummings, Robert 50, 738 Curry, john Zaengle, Karen 7, 39, 44, 97, 75, 708, 773, 727, 722 Zobel, Ivy 39 O I ju n i o rs -A- Aiken, jim 48 Allison, Kirk 48, 730, 732 Allison, Roy 48, 730 Ames, Mike 48 -1-3- Babcock, john 48, 774, 770 Bader, Robert 48 Bahny, Bonnie 48, 77, 95, 776, 777, 727 Bailey, jim 48, 162 Bailey, Scott 48 Barboza, Yvonne 48, 703 Barcus, Bruce 48, 742 Beach, Sandee 95 Bedolfe, Glenn 48, 758 Bell, Kim 48 Benedix, Bill 48, 724, 762 Benfield, john Berenger, Martha 48, 77, 727, 725, Bimber, Eric 48, 77, 730, 757, 752 Bower, Liz 48 Bowler, Melissa 48, 77 Branam, Mike 48, 96, 97, 744, 745 Brandon, joyce 48, 76, 80, 90, 705, 723 Brett, George 48, 730 Brumpton, Bill Buckingham, Sherry 48, 704 Buffalow, Ed 758 Burgdorf, Dan 730 Buschkotter, Dale 48,779 Buyan, Mika 725 Byrd, Mary 48, 98, 703, 705 -C- Cameron, Gayle 95 Carlson, janeen 48, 92, 773,723 Carr, Linda 49 Carroll, Ed 49, 730, 759 Carson, Vicky 49, 77, 95 Carter, Tim 49,730 Castle, Cynthia 49,725 Chamberlin, Leanne 49 Chieppa, Angelo Christensen, judy chafchiil, Ruth 10, 49, ao, 91, 113, Clark, Carla 70, 49, 95 Clark, Cyndi 7, 49, 95,708,777 Coleman, james 49, 776, 770, 742, 727 773, 727, 777 752 Collette, Chris 49, 727, 722, 724, 725, 764 Conroy, Debbie 49 Copeland, Dan 49 Copeland, Will 49, 705 Cottriel, Cathy 50 Crable, Gail 50, 704, 776,725 Craddock, Chris 50 Crews, Glen 50,730,747 Cripe, Les 50 Culbertson, Bob 50,734,762 Culp, Heidi 50, 703 -D- Davis, Karen 50 Deck, Patrick 50 Deeter, Linda 50,705 Diosdado, Cecilia 50 Disbrow, Michael Dlugajczyk, Barbara 50, 703, 704 Dobrovolny, Roger 50 Dobruck, Chuck 50, 724 Dohmann, Paul 50, 744 Donahue, Leo 50, 735 Dougherty, Dean 50, 77, 734 Doukakis, Richard 50, 730, 740, 747, 752, 75 Dow, Dan Doyle, Sherry 50 Drake, Gary 50 Drozd, Diane 50 Durkos, Michael 50, 779 Duvall, Mike 50 Dye, Georgie 50, 727 Dyrdahl, Craig 50 -g- Elmstrom, Pamela 50, 77, 95,723 Erickson, Debbie 703 Ernest, Dana 50, 779, 727, 730, 744, 747 Evans, Matt 50, 77,707,724 Evans, Roger 50, 770, 772, 776, 734, 753 -F- Farnsworth, Linda 50,727 Faut, Pamela 50 Fenney, Mary Ellen 57 Finney, Shane 57, 88 Flayer, janice 57,727 Fletcher, William 57, 753 Ford, jana 57 Foster, Pati57 Fowler, Steve Franich, Henry 57,705 Franke, Rae Sue 57 Freeman, Laura 57,764 -g- Gagain, Debbie 704 Gangawere, Barrv 57, 762 Ghent, jack 734 Gilbert, jeff 57, 730, 752 Glotz, Michael 57, 730, 732 3 joyce Brandon, joyce Paff, Michelle Ramsey, and Dick Kessener pay attention at the junior Class meetings. -suit Ken Dalgleish looks over Soph. class meeting. Goeglein, john 57,734 Goessler, Phillip 57 Goodale, Nancy 57, 77, 95, 727,723 Green, Karen 70, 57, 94 Griffin, joAnne 57 Griffin, Randall Grosvenor, Mark 57,770 Guarisco, Laura 57, 743, 742 Gutierrez, Noel57,705, 734,798 -H- Hall, Robert 756 Hambright, Cathy 57, 95 Hambright, Doug 57, 734 Hamilton, Candy 57 Hardin, Debi 57,95 Hare, Mike 57, 77,734 Harr, Vickie 57,703 Harrington, Curt 57, 742 Harter, Nancy 57, 779 Helvey, Tom 57,762 Herman, Dan 57, 72, 76, 78, 80, 744, 747 Hines, Kim 57, 703 Hirlkle, Debbie 52, 97, 96, 97, 773 Hobe, Bill52, 737,755 Holcomb, Frances 52, 95 Hough, Deby 774 Huey, jan 95, 777 Hughes, Debbie 52, 704. 776, 727 ..j- jenkins, jeff 52 jensen, Valerie 52 johnson, Marva 52, 78, 80, 90, 770, 773, 727, 722 johnston, Frank 52 johnston, Lynn 52, 707,774,779 jones, julie 52 judge, Frank 52, 734 justice, Brad 52, 776 -K- Kessener, Richard 52, 76,798,757 Kimball, Bill 52 Kinney, Marianne 52, 727,764 Kirwin, Denise 52 Kistler, Mike 52, 730, 733 Kline, Kenny 52 Knox, Larry Kulp, Stuart 52, 702, 724 Kuyer, Ron 52, 734 -1-- Lagotta, David 53, 77, 743, 742, 747 LaMar, Guy 53 Lamay, jim Laster, Mike Lemon, Dan 53 Lewis, Vanetta 53, 704 Long, john 53,702 Lorentzen, Nancy 53, 77 Lourey, Bob 53,730 Lowe, Bob 53, 760, 750, 752 -M- Mackin, Kathy 53, 95 MacLean, Carlos Majors, Randy 53, 734, 750,752 Maloy, Vera 53,776,727 Martin, Bill 53, 758 Martin, Rick 53,734,762 Matthews, Dan 53 Maxwell, Mary 53, 77,727 May, Don 53,734 McCready, Melissa 53, 90, 73, 773 McCreary, jan 53 McElvain, Naomi53, 99, 703, 774,777 Mclntyre, Laura McKee, Barbara McKinley, Susan 53,727 McKinney, Roxanne McMullin, Rita 53 Meredith, Rick 53 Miller, Ray 742 Mittie, Dallas Mone', Brent 705 Moore, Bill Mora, Yolanda 53 Morton, Susanne 53,776 Mullins, Bob Murphy, janice 7, 53, 95, 99,727,798 -N- Nagel, Brad 53 Neely, Mark 54 Nelson, Carol 54, 777 Newman, Cheri 54 Newman, Dan 54,779,724 Nichelson, David 54 Nickens, Gary 752 Norris, jeff 54, 72, 77,730 -Q- Obradovich, jim 54, 730, 732 Orens, Sandy 54, 95 Ottinger, Marty 54 -p- Paff, joyce 54, 95, 705, 777, 727 Peterson, Dawn 54, 703, 704 Petett, jodie 54 Phillips, Brenda Platt, Mike 54 Pogue, Marcus 54, 734 Quilt, judy Quiroga, Frank 54,734 -R- Raab, Karyn 55 Ramey, jeffrey 55, 736, 737, 755, 754 Ramsey, Michelle 55, 95,705,727 Rasmussen, Ron Ray, Valerie 55, 77, 80, 94 Renfro, Ed 55 Robertson, Cindi Robison, Debbie 55, 774 Roseland, Karen 55, 779, 727, 764 Roth, Colleen 55, 77, 774, 779, 722 Rowland, Wally 55, 747 Runkel, Carol 55, 703 Runnalls, Brenda 55 -5- Sanders, Donna 55, 76 Schaeffer, Bob 55, 89, 730, 744 Schoenbaum, Richard 55 Segers, Pete 55, 737, 755 Self, Olivia 7, 55,724 Sheets, Gary Sheridon, Sue 55, 704, 703 Sherman, Keith Slatton, john 55, 774, 776, 772,737,755 Smith, Debbie 55,727 Smith, Karen 55 Smith, Kathy 55, 764 Smith, Keri 725, 764 Smolinski, joyce 55 Spielman, Relda 55, 703, 725 Spoor, Dorothy 55 Stanton, Kenneth 55,779,747 Stephens, jill 743 Stephenson, Ronnie 55 Stewart, Kelly 55, 742, 747 Sturm, Susan 56 Stuthard, Mark 56 Sullivan, Nelma Sweinhart, Cale 56,724 ..T- Taylor, Randy 56 Totten, Pat 56 -V- VanBuren, Donald 56, 758 VanVranken, Patty 56, 92,773,727 Victorero, Zoila 56,776 Pete Seger, janice Sabey and Susan Lourey wait for the bell. Ken Dalgleish looks around at Sophomores during class meeting. Volk, Bob 724 Vranas, Darlene 56 -W- Wagnon, William 56 Walkey, lOhn 56, 772, 737,755,754 Wallace, Valerie 56, 727 West, Steve 56, 730 Westover, janis 57, 95 Wheeler, Kenda 57 White, Linda 57, 75, 724, 764 Whitford, Kathy 57, 78, 93, 773 Wiegers, Carla 57, 777 Willbrenclt, Kathy 57, 78, 93, 773 Williams, jim 734 Wilson, Bob 57, 742, 757, 752 Wilson, Greg 57, 77 Wise, Alana Wolfsberger, Kim 57, 735 Woodward, Don Wylie, Mike 57 - Y.. Young, David 57 -Z- Zagorski, Barbara 57, 95 Zimmerman, David 57, 734 sophomores -A- Adams, Bob 59 Albinus, Barbara 95, 779, 727, 727 Amthor, Deborah Anctil, Stephen 59,749 Armstrong, Billie 59 Ashley, Mark 59, 775, 778, 779, 727, 738, 755 Ashley, Sandra -3- Banas, Mike 59 Bayes, Debbie 59, 776, 727 Bell, Donald 59, 749, 762 Bernard, Cindy 59, 703 Black, Debi 64 Botfeld, Richard 64, 739, 756 Brackett, janet 59, 776, 727 Brown, Alan 59, 705, 735, 753 Bryant, Steve 59, 77, 749 Burnett, Steve 753 Busenga, Doug 59, 80, 742 I Busick, Bruce 59, 80 Byrd, Ralph 59, 734 -C- Calhoun, Gerald 59 Capone, Robin 59 Carr, jim 59 Castle, jim 59 Castle, Richard 59, 753 Claflin, Don 59 Clark, Brad 59 Clements, Boyd Clevenger, Gordon 59, 736, Cobis, Emma 704 Coney, Pam 59, 703,704 Cook, Elin 59, 703, 727, 727 Cook, Pat 59 Corey, Pat 59 Coulter, Bill 59 Crawford, jerry 59 Cronin, Sean 59, 77,734 Crook, Micheal Cross, Mark 59, 724, 742 Cundiff, Kathy 59, 77 Curtis, joseph 59, 762 Curtis, Steve 59, 76, 748, 762 755, 754 Cuthbertson, joyce 59, 703, 779, 727, 727 -D- Dalgleish, Kenneth 59, 89, 78, 779, 734, 749, 762 Dalton, jim 59 Davis, Vicki 59, 764 Decuir, Larry 59 Devilbiss, Cheryl 59, 727, 764 Dolbee, Diane 59 Domann, Steve 59, 96, 97, 735, 762 Dowd, Kathy Dubois, Dennis Durbin, Mark -E- Eady, Terry Eccles, Debi 60, 98 Elmore, Arne 60, 778, 734, 747 Elmstrom, Beverly 60, 709 Evans, Carolyn 60, 703 Evans, Robin 60 -F- Faas, Mike 60 Fahy, Steve 60, 735, 762 Farmer, james 60 Farquhar, Tim 60 Feller, Randall 60, 735 Fillingim, Debbie 704 Fisher, Steve 60 Fitch, Karen 60, 704, 776, 727, 725,727,764 Fitzpatrick, Carol 60, 703 Fitzpatrick, Pallie 60, 95 Fogg, Ken 60, 703, 753 Fowler, Ann 60, 703 Frio, Mike 60, 702, 725 Gaston, Laurie 60,777,727 Giery, Pat 60 Goodman, Mike 60 Gragg, Lark 60, 779, 725, 727, 764 Griffin, Regina 60 -H- Habermann, Marina 60, 77 Hamrick, Karl 60, 776' Hansen, Larry 60 Harrington, Larry 60 Harrison, Charles 60 Harrison, Debbie 60, 703, 704, 776 Hartman, Carol 60, 777, 727 Hasbrook, Randy 60 Haull, George 60 Hayes, john Hayos, joyce 60, 727, 727, 764 Head, Donna 60 Hernandez, Arturo 747 Hildebrand, Iris 60,778 Hobe, Ben 60, 778, 756 Hodder, Tom 60 Holmes, jerry 60 Holmes, Gary 60 Howard, Vicky 60 Howell, Beverly 60, 703 Hubbard, jim 60 Hull, Cindy 60, 775, 727,764 Hunter, james 60 Hutchinson, Kathy 60 -f- lreton, Theresa 60, 95 janssen, Michael 67, 734 jellison, Mike 67, 778, 749,762 jensen, Scoot 67, 735 johnson, Debbie 67 johnson, jeff67,740,747 johnston, Linda 67, 727 jolly, Tom 67,727 jones, Alan 67 jones, Debbie 67, 704, 775, 777 jones, David 67, 775 jerry Holmes looks happy with his work in shop , ..........,,. , Sally Mason looks around to see more at E.S.H.S. Kelly, Pat 61, 102 Kessener, Bob 61, 116,149 Kline, Steve 61 Knox, Donna 61 Kommel, Ray 61, 126, 135 Kongable, Felicia 61, 103, 121, 127 Kucera, john 61 Lappen, Karen 61, 125, 127,164 Layne, Danny 61, 138, 156 Layne, Patsy 61, 106,127 Leal, Steve 61, 148 Liedke, Brad 61, 138, 155, 154 Liles, Larry 61 Limberg, Deanna 61,119,121, Lindsay, Vanetta 61, 104, 164 Linker, Barbara 61 Lourey, Susan 61, 116 Luikens, Rob 61 Lytle, Margeret 61 -M- MacDonald, Mary MacGregor, Bob 134, 153, 61 Mack, Kenny 61, 126 Majors, Cindi 61 Mann, joe 61, 115, 109, 142, 141, Markle, Tim 61, 118, 135 Marquez, Robert 61, 135 Mathany, Marilyn 62, 104 McAllister, Kurt 62 McBride, Bill 62 McCarthy, Laura 62, 103, 117 McElvain, Noel 62, 103 McGregor, Scott 62, 127, 141, 14 Mclntyre, Laura 116 McKean, Marianne 62, 127, 164 McLellan, Sharon McMahon, Donna 62, 103, 104 McNutt, Dale 62, 148, 152 Meeks, Roger 62, 158 122, 127 151, 152 4, 159, 160 Mercer, Andrew 62 Meredith, janice 62 Metcalf, Rick 62 Metcalfe, Bill Miller, George 63, 130, 152 Montz, Donna 62, 77,118,121,127,1 Mora, Alma 62 Morgan, Pam 62, 77, 93,117,113 Morrice, Mary 62 Mosher, Karen 62 Mote, Susan 62 Mrdalj, Debby 62 Mullins, joseph Murray, Gayle 62, 76, 93, 104, 113 Myers, jeannie Nagel, Luanne Nealeigh, Steve Nutz, Cyndi 62 Obradovich, Steve 62, 135, 149, 153 O'Connor, john 62, 138 O'Grady, Denise 62, 117 Oja, Robin 62 Olson, Sharon 62, 106,115, 119, 1 Orlowski, Chris 134, 141 Patterson, Toni 62, 103, 118 Pedersen, Bob 62, 102, 153 Perry, Kathy Peters, Randall 62 Peterson, jim 62, 102, 135, 153 Peterson, john 62 Phillips, Debbie 62 Pigott, Monica Piller, Babette 103 Pleick, Tony 62, 124, 148 Poncel, Lucinda Porter, Gayle Porter, Ricky 62 Prewitt, Donna 62 Puccio, Susan 62, 103 -R- Raculia, Pat 62 Ramey, Susanne 62 Randall, Mike 62, 105,134, 141 Randall, Ronald 62, 77, 102, 162 Randazzo, Susan 62, 104 Ray, Carol 62 Ray, Terry 62, 77, 134, 141, 153 Reid, Anita Reid, Kim 62 Reinhart, Charlene Retzlaff, Elaine 62, 104, 115, 118 Riessen, Becky 62 Riggins, Daniel 149, 162 Roach, Charise 63, 104, 115, 116 64 2 Roberts, jack 63, 103, 116, 125, 127, 141 Robinson, Lori 63, 103, 116, 125, 127 Roth, Ramona 63, 104 Ruane, Marian Salo, john 63, 124 Ji... -- armffrf -' Uv "af J J -,1 sf-4--'1' 7, 164 Salter, Kim 63 Sberna, Frank 63, 135 Schaeffer, Leo tBillj 63, 118,149 Schlottmann, Richard 63, 102 Schreader, Sandi 63, 103 Schraum, Laura 63 Schumacher, Patty 63,104 Sheehan, David 63, 102, 138, 156 Shockley, Mike Simko, Becky Smith, jerome Smith, Paul 63, 105, 135, 753 Smith, Tracey 63 Sotelo, Celeste Spittler, Kent 63, 153 Stewart, Tara 10, 63, 95, 117 Stiewel, Brent 63 Stoll, Robin 63, 104 Storm, Shirley 63, 115, 117 Stratton, jana 63,104 Sullivan, john 63, 135 Summers, Deborah 164 Swiggum, Stewart 63, 134, 148, 162 -T- Thanos, john 63 Thomas, Ellen 63, 103,104 Tidwell, jeff 148, 762 Tuori, Michelle 63, 103 Tokan, joe 63 Tonkovich, Linda 63, 103, 104 Turino, Gina 63, 78, 95, 117 -V- VonFlue, David 63, 118,142 Voytko, Esther -W- Walsh, Margie 63, 77, 78, 96, 97 Warner, Cindy 63 Weber, Garth 63 Weinstein, john 64, 141, 153 Wendall, Lynn 63, 76, 104, 122 "Sock It to Me" Said Angelo Chieppa . . , and we did! V- .1 ' ' nu 11 1: -, Wharton, Gaynor 63 Wheeler, Marta 63 White, Glenn 749, 753 Whitala, Barbara 63, 703, 704 Wiley, Emily 63, 122, 164 Wiley, Susan 63,777 Wilkinson, Sue Williams, Bill Williamson, Vicky 63, 704, 77 Wills, Kimberlee 63, 704, 727, 764 Wilson, Carl 63, 734 Wilson, Sean Wise, Richard 63 Work, Keith 63,779 -y- Young, Betty 64, 77, 775, 778, 727, 722, 727 Young, Steve 63 Zagorski, Donna 63, 727 freshmen -A- Allen, Debbie 65 Anderson, Jackie 65, 777 Anderson, Jim 65, 758 Anderson, Mark 65 Armstrong, Pam 65 Arnot, Debbie 65 Avak, Tony 65 -3- Bader, Patricia 65 Bailey, Mary K. Baker, Donna Bannerman, Kevin 65, 707, 704 Barnett, Robin 65 Beall, Susan 65 Beaty, Gregory Bechard, Marsha 65, 776, 704, 727, 722 Bechtel, Donald 65, 735 Biggs, Debra 65 Blair, Kathleen 65 Bochinski, Richard 65 Booher, Kent 65 Booterbaugh, Paul 65, 735, 753 Botfeld, David 65, 756, 758 Braden, Sally 65, 77, 704 Brady, Monica 65 Brand, Betty 65 Brauniger, Nancy 65 Briese, Phil 65, 735, 762 Brookens, Ben 65, 739, 756 Brumley, Jerry 65 -C- Campbell, Pamela 65,777 Campbell, Sheree 65, 704 Campeau, Susie 65,777 Capicotto, Vicki 65, 77,776 Carlson, Kristie 65, 77,776,727 Carr, Jeannette 65,777 Carr, Laura 65, 704 Carroll, Rick 65, 77, 726,742,753 Carter, Keith 65, 735 Cary, Ronald Chamberlin, Cathy 66,704 Chambers, Nancy 66,776 Chavez, Jim 66, 735,749,762 Chieppa, Nicky 66, 735 Clause, Barbara 66 Cleary, Craig 66, 77,749 Collette, Carl 66, 735, 749 Copeland, Cindy 66 Corbett, Valerie Corbett, Wendy 66 Cost, Garret 66 Cottriel, Debbie 66, 764 Crockett, Deanna 66, 704 Cummings, Kathy 66,764 Curtis, l.Ori 66, 86, 76,704 -D- Dass, Richard 66, 742 Desai, Janak 66,758 Devilbiss, Mark 66, 735, 749, 762 Dexter, Robert 66, 739 Dicks, Vicky 66, 704, 776,764 Disbrow, Stephen Dobrovolny, Joe 66 Dow, Kelly 66 Duplantis, Kristi -g- Efflandt, Denise 66,776 Ellis, Janet 66, 775, 776, 727 Elmore, Marva 66 Erlandson, Ann 66, 77,764 -ir- Farnell, Cynthia 66, 77,764 Faut, Mark 66, 739 Flato, William Foley, Paula 66, 776 Fortini, jeff 66 Fortman, Jay 66, 738, 756 Francis, Carrie 66 Franklin, Jeff 66, 735, 798,762 Froelich, Judith 66, 704 Frye, William 66 -g- Gangawere, Joan 66, 777, 727, 722 Gentry, Bryan 742 Geringer, Linda 66 Glidewell, Robert Goeglein, Patrick 67,735,753 Goodale, Karen 67,704 Gould, Richard 67, 735, 740, 747 Graff, Jack 67,735,762 Griffin, Debbie 67 Grigsby, Sandra 67 Groff, Valerie 67,776,725 Grounds, RandoIf67, 758 -1-1- Halleen, Dean 67 Hann, Katrina 67,776,764 Harmon, Georgia 67 Harter, Chester 67, 777 Helvey, Phyllis 67,764 Henderson, Sherri 67 Herrera, Evelyn 67 Holcomb, Lora 67 Holly, Leeroy 67,705,735 Holman, Maaike 67,764 Hopkins, Ivan 735 Howard, Karen 704 Hutchinson, Keith 67,762 -j- Jacobsen, Joyce 67,764 Johnson, Gil 67, 735 Johnson, Howard 67 Johnston, Nancy 67,777 Jolly, Edward 67,777 Jones, Evelyn 67,775,777 Jones, Teri Justice, Pam 67, 78,704 Kay, Janet Kelly, Colleen 67,776 Kelly, Donna 67,776 Kinney, Susanne 67 Kirk, Nancy 67,776 Koppelman, Marie 68 Kornatoski, Keith 68,735 Kuhn, Dennis 68 -1-- Lagotta, Meryl 68 Lake, Rosanne 68 Lalone, Gary 68 Landreth, Brent 68, 735 Larson, Kirby 68 Lawrence, Dawn 68 LeBlanc, Cathy 68,764 List, David 68 Long, Dave 68,749,762 Lowell, Leslie 68, 77, 776,727,722 Lucero, Linda 68, 704 Luthy, Kathy 68, 77,704 Lyile, Alice 68,778 -M- MacGlashan, Barbara 68 Maclay, Bill Malles, Frank 68, 735 Manocchio, Joan 68 Markley, Joan 68, 776 Marquez, Terry 68 Martin Cheryl 68, 77,764 Martin Kim 68, 77 Martin Shari 68, 704 Mason, Sally 68, 77, 775, 777,725 Mata, Deborah lvlay, Cindy 68,704 McBride, Patti 68 McCanlies, Lee Ann 68,776 McCauley, Dianne 68,704,776 McClary, Michele 69, 764 McGarry, Kevin 69, 78, 735, 798, 762 McKean, Susanne 69,727 McMillan, Cindy 69, 93, 704,773 McNabb, Patricia 69 McNaughton, Roc 69, 707, 702 McNulty, Brian 69, 775, 739, 756 Metcalf, Louise 69 Miller, Marsha 69 Miller, WJ. 69 Miller, Xavier 69,742,753 Minkler, Dave 135, 749, 162 Mix, Gary 749 Moucheboeuf, Frank 69 Mrdalj, Becky 69 Mulch, Kathy 69 Murphy, Nancy 69,700 -N- Nelson, Linda 69,704 Newman, Bill 69, 135, 762 -Q- O'Dell, Mike 68, 735, 749, 762 Orlowski, Vic 69,735 - 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