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

 - Class of 1971

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L"' Y Q5 Qf FQ' KQQJFQ1 ' 7 .xl 3 gg QMCLX C 'Ski QA tial iw jfgls S - -J S 'XXX gb xg Q74 G i A K A iff X Q3 xg iz Q S, XE -fx XX X J 3 'USQT 3 K5 W J ' , QAM J f CML 'WM g Q X fgbwi- U QM W GU 44493 N dk QJL UN ww UMJNW wagglweggwwffb , Mi 3QiiUaQLgQp5U3'A Gow ff, 1971 G L EN EAGLE Volume No. 34 EI Segundo High School 640 Main Street EI Segundo, California, 90245 5 In his sixteen years as a faculty member at El Segundo High School, Mr. Dougherty has been a head football coach for eight years, a head basketball coach, a driver's trainingteacher, and one of the peopleto give the freshmen their first impression of high school life. We, of the 1971 Golden Eagle staff, proudly dedicate this book to Mr. Clyde Dougherty notonly for his past contributions to the students of ESHS, but more for his contemporary thought toward the youth oftoday, for beinga real cham- pion ofchange. lVlr. Dougherty is not so much interested in whether or not a student receives an "A" or a "B" as he is with the growth ofthe student as an individual. His continued interest and sewice to the students and the school can never be fully commended with the dedication of this book. 7 K -, "Q :Qu K x 1, ,. ' ' rx., A 'Y ' r' ' ' .f wi f ' ,,, 'F ji , 2-2513391 , , 5 ., ,In , . Y . ,sy , ' A' L f, ' t 4. , , ' P 6" ' L K: 'Y f I 3 ut L ' .H - - T,-.L lf- QW 'iq Q my-9? I J' fr!! Q if 'if' k,-3 f 'fl A , Qt ."'fjQ, ei v- fi ""' HY bf' 3F+"'3 ii. fxJ4eX,fQ,Q5:?Xz-,esvgi"4'1'3 fe ve gf V594 g a fm ' ' 4 aewv' a'-- 11 " ew"2 5' E445 -QQ -44 m-S56 ,G 8 fa '11 'a 1 A " 3. 3,1 f -I 1 ,xv lpfsyif . . f z . V 'fir Qu my sabei? 4,2 9' Nfl Ll we my Wx, THE CLASS OF 1971 16 56 94 132 200 12 Uplifting spirit and concern for contern porary issues was brought forth by the eager class of '74 Robust ideas came with our new principal Dr. Machisic and the six new faculty members. These new faces helped to create A Change Within our school. The existing vitality and the new morale led ourteam to victory and made school life more interesting. 14 The appearance of campus life changed with the construction ofthe newlibrary building andthe relaxation ofthe dress code. Our band attained its new image through the efforts of many. This year brought new highlights to our homecoming. A Change Within fam! bringshopeforthe A X Z shapeofthingstocome V6 ,Aww Jkflffag " qfwgnfmgj nw ,gzzmfff KVM M MJ? 2 if dflffhf fy, Z Ura M 1 g7Z,,J 090, v ,due aff glrqgqsf uw' QYXEJT- ' 4211-1:5 - 1.11, -wi' zgfgjg., I ' -:,3i?:s .LM KY F Q 2. ": uu- -' .-L 6" gg, W- .sv I 1 ' Amer? "i'f?K'75, J'- xm Lam ,M , ,K For as long as you liye, there are people, places and things you will never forget. They may be sad memories, or happy ones. but they are still unforgettable. When you grow older you will remember your Student Life. Perhaps your remembrances will be of Pep Club. per- haps ofa teacher, but still, no matter what you think of, you still have those memories. While faced with a changing world, we continue to grow and build new happy drea ms, and cope with past failures, but in spite of these failures, the memories linger on. As you pass down the road of life, stop, just once in a while, and look back on all the memories you cherish of your high school days: remember your life as a student in the year of '71'. With thoughts of Yesterday all around, last year's Junior-Senior Prom was held in all its elegance and splendor at the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel in the lovely Gold Room. Due to the long hours of effort, the Class of 1971 put on a Prom that was truely memorable and extremely successful. At 11:00 P.ivi.ri1e Prom Sweetheart TVX! 'Wear was announced by Jan Huey, The winner was Miss Cindy Wiley, and her princesses were Geri Leaf and Cheri Pasker. With all the excitement and beautiful surroundings, it will be a night long remembered as a memory of one of our Yesterdays. Above: Couples danced to the sounds of Those Burminghams. Above Smile pretty, Mike! Center: There I am!!! 18 we ti' W' 51? as j-ti Ui J , I X ei A' ,er td pw . 3 N ,N at 'u-1, -Q .1 . .CRL ti if s 4. 2 15- After many hours of effort, work and long sleepless nights, the 1970 Golden Eagle staff presented to the school their blue and white annual which was dedicated to Mr. John Stevenson. Thethemethat was carried throughout this unique book was "Lookaround, though you have eyes what do you see?" Lf" ss- 4? s fi.. fi, 5. X , v Top of Page: We'lI never tell! Above: Man of the Hour. 19 With their memories of past years and hopes forthe coming years still fresh in their minds, the Class of 197O walked between 68 floral arches held by members of the Class of 1971 as they were led to their Graduation by Procession Leaders Joyce Brandon and Marva Johnson. The Class of 1970 made many worthwhile contributions to our school, and they were truly an outstanding class. But look out, the Class of 1971 is on the move. L4 ,aw . emi Q , A-Q, l Upper Right: Attired appropriately for the activity he helped to supervise is Mr. Peterson. Right: The Class of1970 passes the Arch- bearers of 1971, keeping an ever-anxious eye on their diplomas in the foreground. Above: A SRO audience and seated seniors awaittheadministering of diplomas. 20 g , s ,M gas a as in f Qll-' Y ? E22 4 W A .... 'gif' ' X A W S. ki! I., A, ii?f4w':- :.1Q , g. k V f? 4 1 'ii Q or i 'f Q: x J N' R 1 fir. v rx -v ,AS - , -i Q v., fx 7 ' 'W SML' v I i '. f" 6 Q A ' g" ,S , i iii-3' 'i Q v ' Q ' E Q Q -.l,i .X 4 h , - -- L W" ch s i N . 4 ' 2 Q' X K -1' ' ' ' Q A S ff' , ww' ' ,. ' 4 ' y, Y "-':4rg1"' V jx Above Left: Dr. Dale M. Harter issues a challenge to the Class of 1970. Above: Archbearers Debbie Hinkle and Ed Carroll take a time out during the final graduation practice. This last summerthe Class of 1971 was very involved in many activities. While in summer school, the senior Civics classes visited the Star Kist Tuna factory in San Pedro. Soon after summer school was dis- missed until September, the hard-working senior class, led by Governor Dick Kessener, sponsored a Paper Drive to help pay offtheir Prom debt. This effort yielded them 58872. P96 'fa if 22 1 .L 'N S 'uh tk 'Q 3 i Q 4 35.-in I nu ft 6 -me! 1 Opposite Page: Governor Dick Kessener is swamped with string and papers at the summer senior class paper drive. and he wonders. "What the Lefty "Sorry Charlie. only the best tuna!" thinks Stuart Kulp while on tour at the Star Kist factory, K'L.Kf 4.1 Opposite Page, Left: Senior Kathy Willbrandt delivers a bunch of papers to the paper drive. Lek: Concerned seniors prepare a tone of papers for delivery to the Pioneer Paper Stock Company. Above: Mr. Doufgherty and his group inspect the tuna factory with their noses. 23 For everyone, the first weeks of school were hectic, exciting, and full of surprises. Fall was beginning. The leaves were chang- ing, the scene was changing. Rush, rush, rush! School was starting. Hurry upfreshmen,this is the beginning ofyourfuture. 24 Left: Students compare classes on the first day of school. Extreme Top: Dr, Machisic meet the ESHS student body forthe first time at the first rally. Above: Running into a new year o spirit is the Pep Club, 1 'di L 3 I I . in S Sew- " 0 ON Q U' .. fp.. I 'i ul ii- The first weeks of school, for most of us, were days filled with dream- ing, hoping and wishingthe excite- ment of the first rally, that first assembly, and, of course, the first football game. Fall is a time of plan- ning: of making resolutions. Fall is the beginning. Above: Marva, Nancy, Tweeny, Valerie and Joyce lead the new "Funky Eagle" cheer. Left: Number 32, Jim Obradovich socks it to a Duarte defender. 25 This year Student Council provided us with many interesting Assemblies and Pep Club entertained us with many enjoyable Rallies. 5 Forthe student, it was a pleasure to see something new and differentthat J helped to break upthe daily routine of school. I l it Q., El l.nl, .. 26 irq ,Q easier ,fr 3 Opposite Page, Top: A talented speaker from NASA utilizes a photoelectric cell to explain the basic principles of telemetry. Opposite Page, Lower Left: Pep Club President Joyce Brandon explains a new yell to the student body, Opposite Page, Lower Right: Hey, we got the team that can't be beat! Left: ESHS's new facul- ty members and AFS foreign exchange students walk before the student body to be introduced at the first rally, Above: Mascots Donna Sanders and Marilyn Mathany let the spirit rise. 27 This year's Student Council underthe watchful eye of Mr. Robert Kingston, Mr. Richard Peterson, and ASB President Dana Ernest, made snap decisions and performed many vital tasks. For the first time ever, the Student Council, Senate, and Governors met together every day fifth period to help solvethe problems of the school. The duties of a Student Council member are extremely varied from day to day. They may pass requisitions one day or plan an upcoming rally or paradethe next day. Student Council helped plan the Homecoming parade and festivities. They sanded the visitors bleachers, handled all finances and acted as coordinator for all activities. Mr. Kingston: "lf I told you once, I told you a thousand times" 1969-1970 President, Scott Dalgleish, installs Dana Ernest. 1970-1971 President. 28 The Executive Council is the student body's key instrument in organizing oper- ations and activities for the students' own welfare and bene- fit. The members ofthis council are as follows: Dana Ernest, ASB President: Joyce Brandon, Vice President: Debbie Smith and Marva Johnson, secretaries Bonnie Bahny, Treasurer: Frank Judge, Sports: Valerie Ray, Publicity: Steve Curtis, Activities: Ken Dalfgelish. Inner-school Relations: Jeff Norris, Speaker ofthe House: Melissa McCready, Morale: and the class Governors, Freshman. Barbara Turino, Sophomores, Jackie Anderson, Junior, Lynn Wendell, and Senior, Dick Kessener. Back Row from Left to Right: Jackie Anderson, Ken Dalgleish, Steve Curtis, Dick Kessener, Marva Johnson. Barbara Turino. Middle Row: Melissa McCready, Frank Judge, Bonnie Bahny, Jeff Norris. Front Row: Debbie Smith, Valerie Ray, Lynn Wendell. Joyce Brandon. 29 Yee "lu-r 'r--" '-' I -in This year's Senate Under the dedicated efforts of Mr. Richard Peterson and President of the senate, Joyce Brandon, was an extremely active group of people. They created an activities booklet which told how all different money- making plans were to be performed. The Senate also final- ized the Constitution and helped with the accreditation of EI Segundo High School. ,Z IX ? Ni Y! ,MV L ex fl' X4 . 9' , 3 'ffflfff . .. 5 Big f 'x g X 'Q 45 X sea Front Row, L to R: Cara Bell, Vicki Jellison: Second Row: Diane McCauley, Kathy Cummings Debbie Cottriel, Third Row: Betty Young, Nancy Goodale, Pam Elmstrom, Cindy Hull: Bacl Row: Janice Murphy, and Joyce Brandon, President of the Senate. This particular space was reserved for a picture of the House of Represent- atives, but, unfortunately, due to the act of one member of the House of Representatives, we of the 1971 Golden Eagle staff felt we could not print a picture displaying such immaturity. Us it Five Six Seven A. Hit in g A . A l Guide, learn that routine, practice, practice, practice and show up on time i' as ai,eii Q for a change," were phrases all too familiarto the 58 girls that made up ' W .3 it this year's Q i mf -fflg .5 t ' Q X . Drill Team ,g tif . i This yearthe 1970 Drill Team performed at halftimes and rallies to promote ts.. l l. ' 3' '33 spirit and provide entertainment at E.S.H.S. 5 f i gf Q 'Q Y B4 .. In smart uniforms of gold jumpers with blue blouses, the Drill Team ff? Ti' ,, . F ' performed to such songs as, "U ptight", and "Raindrops". Pi:-sf - 5 Many different concepts were used in Drill Team this year but the Homecoming pre-game will be one that is long remembered by the El Segundo alumni. And who will ever forget Karen Green, Carla Clark, Bonnie Bahny, and Barbara Albin us as the Peanuts characters, or Steve Fisher as Winniethe Pooh! Keeping order with 58 girls is no easy matter but order was kept with the dedicated effort of Mrs. Sandi Behrmann and Colonels Karen Green and Carla Clark. With all this dedication, is it any wonder that this year's Drill Team is one ofthe best E.S.H.S. has ever known! "" .D'lk,, F to-B-Karen Howard, Missy Bowler, Melinda Uhey, Susan Phillips, Sherry Buckingham, Kim Wills,Joyce Hayos, Linda Warfield, Jan Huey, Cyndi Nutz, Cheryl Devilbiss. 32 ,. - V! - -zgv x x Lie, ix x V- 1 .s 'K .. 'N-vs' , Y-B 1 W . 5,1 N' V 1 i e 5 in , S , ' I - . i 'K :Q H 5 ld E I 1 2 I A...-..n..-.. " " ,:' 5' ' A .J s I X . gr . ,px - .' Mx, 4 fr ,- an A -we . .1 " K "1 ,,.' ,A N Q xN .f 5, ' Q J s I 2 ,,,,.,.M , ., QW, ,. Y 'QQ 5- ,sjirii limp' A 'Y i A A A L .am s. .. xx i n " .-Q . - we .--, 4 an gf JJ- mr- -ifmswei. 'w r : K we X rag- H-, V N Q -sp-4 . 4 . fjgH.',", Q, -.. gs- f -W, I fff1. .ff1:'f ff.w is ' ""' ' if "F-167513 ' -' Q QQSY-SQ, "p,m' 'L giifrfi, e f Far Lefi: The head honcnos. Mrs. Behrmann. .-ry. - , r -3- .41 ,,,, ,gg " A Karen and Carla ,aw M-. -1 L-" 1 --K 4k I X 1, K., 3 ,QW vi , -1? K- . .xr ., . xiffv x " 'S s' . ,h e 'K G . 2:5 .th H- - ,, . Leh: Double your pleasure. From Left, '. A . ' 1 ,Q '- .L '. - , A ' 1' T r' , , iff, ,fi , - Colonels Karen Green and Carla Clark Q- mmm ' X 'ffm ii . . ' L ' 3 A I . fi' 1-.H-va ' "X , ' . I I5 . A i be i Q L - 5 . , K A . 4 Q J',L?..,k- A, 1 , I 1- ..Jr,i-S jg? q'l.A,5?,,.,w' , . R .:, rs., - H- say-, ,fir -, i .. ,e - 1 -E 1 f ff ' ' 'ha Wg ' 'P Q . .sn . ,5 'L 'N A ..,-if l!'-'! ' ..i............... - - ' - 'J-ii 'Gueril--V , . Q I .ff liuxlrx H A f 'P -'fn - , , 1 1 1 ' - Q. 'fel ' ' ,fe Vw, - ' ' 4' - 'H-I Q X ' e f , C f x - .-qw: ,fi -if ,- , ,- - 4 .. .2 15.5358 ., '4 M gn. ff I'1.4-yn 3- . , fi ru. , F- to B. Kathy Mackin.Tara Stewart, Susan Beall, Laura Schraum, Pam Justice, Cindi Majors, Janice Meredith, Denis Effiandt, Lark Gragg, Vicky Williamson, Teresa Schmutz 1 Y, ,, 33 Before the end of every school year, Drill Team members make up their own routines and try out for Colonel ofthe Drill Team. Colonel is a very responsible position and the Colonels must be chosen carefully. The girls are scored on their poise, charm, pep, and coordination. Thetwo girls with the highest scores becomethe Colonels, whilethe next highest becomes Head Leaders. This year the winners were Karen Green and Carla Clark for Colonels, and Barbara Albinus and Bonnie Bahny as Head Rank Leaders. 'Q' wi A ,Q ..,,. ....,..,.. 1. 'Q l.ih -am 5 5 W' vu .f . , LX. x., t . :P ,gp-fp S. f"1f4 ' ?f1,.l. T.3"F?Vt -1- NW' w.:.ae,.eii..r.v? rafv.??Q2:e.ilf.gmL. - ii'-ftp Top of Page: Head Rank Leaders Bonnie Bahny and Barbara Albinus. Above From F to B: Kathy Willbrandt, Cyndi Clark, Frances Hol- comb, Peggy Ray, Cyndi, Farnell, Emily Wiley, Donna Zagorski, Ramona Roth. Margie Walsh, Angela Williams, Pam Morgan. 34 ,fi Z 1,-t....cmme,Qss Rank Leaders are chosen at the end of each year by anonymous ballot ofthe entire Drill Team Theten highest scored girls become Rank Leaders and take charge of three girls plus an assistant. The assistants this year were: Sandee Beach, Cindi Clark, Debi Hardin. Frances Holcomb, Jan Huey, Kathy Mackin, Ramona Roth, Tara Stewart and Barbara Zagorski. 'tw-fx Front Row: Vicky Carson, Teresa Ireton, Gayle Cameron. Back Row: L to R: Joyce Pafl, Janice Murphy, Pam Elmstrom, Michelle Ramsey. Ellen Thomas, Karen Goodale, Laura Holcomb, Debi Hardin. Kim Salter, Debi Black, Barbara Zagorski,Lynn Wendell, Meg Tomaszewski, Debi Eccles, Betty Young. 35 Here is a Close Up. Look at some behind the scene happenings, top right: Karen Green as Charlie Brown. Below left: Gayle Murray rocks out. Below right: Band marches on. Next page center left: Banner carriers Nancy Murphy and Kathy Wagnon show off their uniforms. Far right: the Eagles Marching Band shows you what a bus ride with them would be like. Bottom: The Drill Team stays on key. iq- x R. We--V i -Q ,Q -"U-'cll 4 it mn' .H M' ' 73954, if i Qi, t.. '5g.'Ze:s 'fini' 421 f if fffffe,3s,,,i.,ff515 aww LHP" , i , if : i :Q W :ing A 1, ww , V .t , .M i4'J,.,,XJ,:a .1- in in 'P Liffifi 2 .-an-us' 1, ,Q h Z L,. V VAAA ,, QQ fffg ' i M X, ,, Magi! ,-A-,ff 'VL . - I Q - 3 K, W-, W .. ,i3.,,X?5AWv. Q var: 6 4, ,,...,..-h .lik Ni+m u., . ff- ' , ,,..i-all f ls "Ready, begin!" chants Nlr. Richard Tash, band director, and at his command, 84 band members in smart new uniforms begin to play underthe direction of Ron Randall, the drum maior. A normal day forthe Eagle Marching Band member is extrememly hectic. lt usually starts with new music and practicing many long hours at night with the Drill Team. This yearthe marching band, with the help of Drill Team, performed many intricate and entertaining halttimes forthe student body and parents. This year's drum majors, Ron Randall and Stuart Kulp, attended camp last summer which enabled them to do the outstanding job that they did throughout this entire year. Money is made forthe band by the band members themselves in the form of candy sales. bake sales an parties. ' we-'K ,, ,f if ' V weve be 'ff-,iw ss efeigrgxggtfgtf ,bx,,xl9"o . tg ' ii- ' . ymgfrlavf- . 7426, Opposite Page, Top: Mr. Tash conceals his thoughts at a Wednesday night band-drill team practice. Opposite Page, Bottom-Ieft:Drum Maior Stuart Culp leads the band through the streets of EI Segundo in the Homecoming Parade. Opposite Page, Bottom Right: Setting the foundation for each tune are Brian McNulty, Chet Harter. and Paul Guy. Left: At the Lawn- dale halftime show, Steve Fisher clowns as Winnie the Pooh. Below: Mr. Tash and Drum Major Ron Randall wait for an op- portune moment at a rally to play a tune. . fs.. 39 T QQ tv' LWJ A. ,, .q,,,,,W,--J., N-B 4 f X 1ilH!t On October 17, 1970, over 200 students followed a Stairway to the Stars to the 1970 Coronation Ball at the Hacienda's South Starlight Room. Many couples danced to the sounds of the Love Hands in the lovely decorated green and gold room. As 10:30 approached, andthetension grew, John Long began announcingthe Homecoming Court: Freshmen, Margie Cottriel and Eric Tidwell: Sopho- mores, Cindi McMillan and Kurt Steichen: Juniors, Ellen Thomas and Ron Randall, Seniors, Missy Bowler and Eric Bimber. Then as a hush fell over the crowd, John announced the 1970-71 Homecoming King and Queen, Frank Judge and Jan Huey! This regal night will truly be long remembered by all who attended. ' Opposite Page: Homecoming King Frank Judge and Queen Jan Huey pose in front of their thrones after the crowning cere- monies. Top Left: Flanked by past King Greg Hancock and MC John Long, King Frank smiles about his new status. Bottom Left: Cheri Pasker turns over her title to a new queen. Above: Frank gives Jan thetraditional kiss. Al Duringthe week preceding Ho mecoming, various activities were planned by the class Governors to help promote spirit throughout Homecoming Week On Monday, the Freshman class sponsored a three-legged race, while on Tuesday the Sophomore class had an orange pass. Wednesday held in store a head-bustingtug-o-war, and on Thursday the Seniors took on the Sophomores for a grudge match tug-o-war, sponsored jointly by the Junior and Senior classes. This match resulted in a major upset in the from of a Sophomore win. Friday morningthe Student Council sponsored a parade forthe community as well as the student body. The purpose ofthis parade was to viewthe floats, and to acquaint everyone with the King and Queen and their court. Afterthe parade, Pep Club presented a rally that featured many alumni Pep Club members. ng. i ,!""x.,, Opposite Page: Grand Marshal! Dexter Benson and his wife express the hopes of the Eagles. Extreme Top: ESHS students participate in the three-legged race. Above: Senior pull out another victory in the Junior sponsored tug-o-war. The seniors won a two out of three match. Right, Above-Left: Freshman Princess Margy Cottriel and Prince Eric Tidwell Parade before the student body at the Homecoming Rally, Right, above-Right: Leading the way on a newly purchased red carpet are Sophomore Princess Cindi McMillan and Prince Kurt Stiechen, 5 Wim 33 ig it iwkjf t Jai After a four year absence from the ESHS activity scene, floats and a parade were revived forthe 1970 Homecoming. No longer were the four classes the only ones allowed to make floats as all of the organizations on campus were invited to participate and encouraged to enter the contest. To be eligible forthis competition, each group was required to pay a five dollar entry fee. Five floats were constructed and entered in the contest: one built by each of the four classes, and a joint effort between Key Cluband Epsilon Sigma. On Friday, October 23, 1970, all five floats converged at the corner of Eucalyptus Drive and Grand Avenue for the resurrected Homecoming Parade. Adding color and sparkle to the parade were a Marine Corps color guard, the Eagles Marching Band, the Drill Team, dignitaries riding in 'Vettes and Continentals, and the Junior High band. Travelingthrough the streets of El Segundo. the parade culminated beforethe ESHS student body, which was assembled in the north football bleachers. It was at the end ofthe Homecoming Rally that the winners ofthe float competition were announced. The Fresh men received "Best Theme" honors. The sophomores captured the "Most Original Award". The "City Award" went to the juniors. The seniors won the "Chamber of Commerce Award", and the Epsilon Sigma-Key Club float took the S525 grand prize. , la. 4- Wy, N ,W -, rlh r l. ry' 1? , , i 1 X 'U' .' 44 AV' 4.51 U ii I . . "1 I' fi , If L-xr-. LV .N, The duties ofa Pep Club member started early in the summer while the rest of us were still enioying summer vacation. Each week they met to plan rallies and other spirit- generating activities. Each individual spirit group attended a summer camp at which they learned new routines and spirit-rousing ideas.Under the leadership of Joyce Brandon, Pep Club president. and their advisor, lVlr. Robert Morris, this year's cheerleaders, songleaders, flagtwirlers, mascots. and JV cheerleaders toiled many hours to promote spirit within the student body. J Above: During an exciting halftime spectacular. the entire Pep Squad grabs a front row seat to view the action. Top Right: Cheerleaders tin frontb Melissa McCready, fsecond rowj Nlarva Johnson, Joyce Brandon, Cathy Hambright. and ton topj Gayle Murray demonstrate one of their award-winning formations. Bottom Right: Taking time out from a busy practice are Song- leaders Cin frontj Janice Westover. fsecond rowb Debbie Hinkle, Ruth Churchill, tback rowb Nancy Goodale, and Valerie Ray. 46 1 u t . v' -V-ri Y f, iil 5 is A V 4 i, 1 , ' 5. i.- n ,J CTQ V lf L- 3' N fi 1512, In f x rf- iw ff A, '. H1 A4 'fi' . M' "- 1 ' .M V 2',"'.'.'1r .Q ' H 1' 'kjr :A 1 Y i . N. ,fe '- ,q 5, ,,k JW, . wt , 5-is . HQ- in vi ',.-W,,-f.7.4-2- . t " -In . , .J.,'s .ZSJNM ' 1 .,.," s 'H -. .5 A-15,g,,.,gt:,,,, . . -.fm ,H . '.3"f'."-' ,s '1, -www. Qt? f ,J-X - Q. l , A X.. n 5 sgedieff wh .. Hwitzf L5f,Sff.f,L wig jggiegy P5 t,l'52n'v,sFP1i7' lfiiffgafv' "' no Unr- rnzrgwo 8353?-? 2-rum mf? ' E Q.Ng'U., .,Q.crn5- rum"'o 11113 U0 ZIQSQW 1 C- 02055 Bmw - ,-.-'45,'T3m 3' 45" 92.3 gm 32533 CE? 22 ZQBHQ Zzilguff - -'03 Ouggm SHG? 559905 Q N GJ J:- 53110 1523 T'T'- FD .gg -Wf3?7:3 3, Q ., , ierititirsirfl 5 Q.. Above: You know who they are! A camera- conscious Pep Club demonstrates their pyramid building talents. Left: Mascot Donna Sanders addresses the ESHS student body. Iayinga foundation fora spirit building rally, 47 tif 'R' my V Al W ig V Jig . ' rf 9 I ka I Qs The responsibilities of a mem ber of Pep Club included performing at the varsity home and away games, painting spirit signs, decoratingthe halls, and serving at team dinners. With this year's enthu- siastic support of the student body, and having a Pep Clubthat really cared, we finally achieved the epitome of spirit. Above Right: Senior Flag girls Jan- een Carlson and Patty Van Vran- ken QFront Rowl and Sophomore contemporaries Sue McKean, Kristie Carlson and Meryl Lagot- ta fBack Rowj polish their twirl- ing techniques during fourth period gym. Above: Pep Club President Joyce Brandon coaches mini cheerleader Tracy Monte- calvo. Right: JV Cheerleaders Cindl McMillan Un Frontj Glenda Pagett. Lori Curtis Un Middle! and ldona Snow show excellent form that they demonstrated throughout the cheering season. Qjkgmx - ij lt KJ Q ttfct N Ct Q U L L wt Cm SY UA kr I Q Xjxfx Ct.lQ Q g C gtg litgei L' Clfbbl X UL45 K Lump cfl E Sli-Sf We-lot X Kkftffvw QPLDLAQ N5fUfV5" Qlffvkok CWCQVZNC M KARL L gl Cue .545 xg fKfYNX, l Clflfi X xQ L... .4 Q L,0,fVpq Kfoffk, KALK 'E f ,CB Q XJ yikfbvw C1 L y'xLfD KK?-J f Q .Owe .e if K .. Confetiggihteifl Qghs, hard hats and good lungs brought about a change in The Screaming Eagles formarlly known as "The Roto Rooters" or boys cheering section. With every changethere is some con- fusion andthe Screaming Eagles were no exception.. .as Jeff Ramey and Ed Carroll, the self appointed leaders, or- ganized and led the group without the aid of a sponsor or a membership list. The high spirits and loud screaming were a welcome change from the silent majority of fans before. Screaming Eagles leave a word of warning for next year-watch out! is r ,Q .... l .. Close Right Gundo's Screaming Eagles give a mouthful. Far Right Ed Carroll grins an bares it. 50 5 -, . Ns.g.eu I . M.DuvaIl, M.Frio, J.Ramey, J.Johnson, K.McGeary, D.Buse-nga 2. J.Jenkins, M.Jhamann, R.Jeck. E.NagIe, K.WoIfs- urger, K.Hammrick 3. D.May, T.Steichen, R.Chabrajez, H.Armantrot, J,Desai, D.Lagotta 4. D.CoIeman, H.We-nzell, ,Coles. B.Bogossnan, M.Bnney, K.Johnson 3 .s A' Uvg 1-s?2T Sfg? fag! gg M vi I , ., 4 ,M gg ,M Aw, K, I f H54 wifi, YA in 1 ' ' L4 " 'L W 'M N wx 5 1-re ,M A ., keith. i ,QQJV L M 'MQW . , 'ML - N, 'f '73 N' iff 55 fg Q 5 , J x A my I ,. 5,4 x. Q W F 'N Qi- x Q- fm . y ,. ..- f " I , . X M.. 1 'mes ' f 1 ja gs-3--K ., ' W ,f i '1.2.:.- 4 Q- W - xyw,L - X Every Thursday at lunch you could hearthe sound of male voices co m- ing from the room of Mr. Bill Watkins' who was this year's Key Club advisor. This year in conjunction with Epsilon Sigma, Key Club built a Homecoming float and canvassed forthe United Crusade and helped at Back-to- School Night. Under the leadership of President Mark Grosvenor, Key Club innovated many newthings this year such as having both a Junior and Senior Key Club Queen, Lynn Wendell and Marva Johnson respectively. Key Club is an honorary service or- ganization which serves the com- munity in many capacities. The times they were a changing and with Epsilon Sigma it's the styles that were changing. This yearthe senior girls' honor society chose smart and fashionable blue and white dresses with vests of white. To belong to Epsilon Sigma a senior girl must have a teacher recommen- dation. Epsilon Sigma girls tooktickets at all home football and basketball games, served at Back-toSchool Night, helped with the United Cru- sade, and did a worthy project forthe Orthopaedic Hospital. In conjunction with Key Club, Epsilon Sigma built a Homecoming float that won the Grand Prize, and also had another float at Christmas time. Throughout the community, Epsilon Sigma is known for its excellent ser- vice and dedication. 52 . M .J-"' Row 1: Tom Jolly, Les Cripe, Jim Cole. Row 2: Dick Kessner, John Babcock, Marva Johnsor Mark Grosvenor, Lynn Wendell, Phil Goessler, Dave Jones. Row 3: Don Mann, Mike Durkoa Bob Pederson, Bob Kessner, Roger Evans. Key Club President Mark Grosvenor officiat at a Thursday noontime meeting. Q7 K M My' F J 5 lp if f ' ' 7 ll A ' u,,,., ,.,, ,M Front Row, Left To Right: V.MaIoy, N.GoodaIe, B.Bahny, J.Huey, D.Robison, J.Paff, S.Buckingham, K.Gerughty. S.Sturm, J.Carl- son, E, deCarvalho, J.Westover, Back Row: P.Van Vranken, M.Ramsey, J.Murphy, F.Holcomb, L.White, S.Mor1on, D.Hughes, N. McEIvain, C Nelson, H.CuIp, C.CoIIette, C.Weigers. i ',:.f?'-if t ,' MQP4 S ' . 5 if . . S e i ,bah -3 Q 4 1 I Hi is ww' .i .f flew. If I P53 E i VW.. -,Ma ..:,-m,,. " i 1' ' ""'w U 1' ---' v:..'1 Roger Evans examines his sandwich ata Key Club meeting while Epsiion Sigma watches. Epsilon Sigma President for 1970-71. Janice Murphy 53 A dedication to further the fellowship of students both here and abroad is the goal and purpose of American Field Service Each year El Segundo High School recieves one ortwo foreign ex- change students. This past year we have been extremely fortunate in havingtwo lovely young ladies. Evelyn Woehrer is a perky auburn haired girl from Austria. Evelyn resided with the John Goodale family while here in El Segundo. Evelyn was active in A.F.S., Epsilon Sigma, Girls League, Bay Eagle, and Art Guild. Our second lovely lady was Edwiges de Carvalho, from Brazil. Edwiges plans to study to become a Doctor of Medecine on her return to Bra- zil. She resided with the Guy Collette family during her visit to El Se- gundo. Edwiges activities at school included, A.F.S., Epsilon Sigma and G.AA. This year has been a profitable and happy one for American Field Service. Under the leadership of Miss Kessleman and Mr. Ableser. with the help of Presidents Joyce Paff, a returnee from Colombia and Les Cripe, returnee from Brazil, the annual Pancake Breakfast was a huge and delicious success. A.F.S. also sponsored a California Card Sale and an Annual Dollars for Scholars Drive. Back Row: M.Grosvenor, L.Bower. S.Buckingham, S.Storm, C.Readon, D.McCauley, D. Biggs, M.Cripe, R.Evans, D.Bayes. 5th Row: D.Allan, F.Concable. S.Hull, V,Groff, C.Sim- son, E.Cook, M.McClary, M.Ashley, J.Murphy, L.Lowell, N.Goodale, M,Safarian. 4th Row: J.Elis, D.Limberg, L,McColmes, S.McKinley, S.lVlason, C.Collette, D.Kessner, P.Van Vrana ken, Nl.Johnson, J.Brandon. 3rd Row: K,Carlson, M.Ramsey, C.HuIl. 2nd Row: Evelyn Woehrer, Edwiges de Carvalho. 1st Row: Joyce Paff, Les Cripe. Evelyn Woehrer our exchange student from Austria greets people at the Pancake Breakfast with a smile, Evelyn tells students of her travels at assembly. M Fhm ...QP-'kts ws. Joyce, Les. Edwiges, and Evelyn munch a bunch at the Pancake Breakfast. W.. Q Y' '- v ,F W -.1 dwiges de Carvalho exchange student from razil, smiles at crowd. as Cripe our A.F.S. student to Brazil, laughs it p at the Pancake Breakfast with Michelle amsey. eg' N ,I , . "'.. Ar ,- gm 8 ,4- ..f 1 Q f?1+.w4ff' "" 5 L. -451'.fkiriwilfwsw P+-Q . 1 ,' , s or H N K ' 4s ' V V Q V. v , ' 6 . . ,bd 2 1 r-L I Y K" 1. , X ' 4 if ', , ' I' ' " : ' 1 8. """"' ' .A - -4 Q' ' V ' KL " . x ,. - -' A ,Q . 6 -s b - . ' Q 1" ' W . Y , . ' 'J' : A 'ff . , X '1 ,:A 'y , ' 1 W., . 4 ' f ' 4' I. R ': -1 y y ' v"' 7 U Q 1 N n "4 W n ' 1 f 1 . A 'f w S,-..,. ff 4, 4 , , 1 A, X. xl f , . . .r 1, 27 V 9 -1 ,ag A A Sports at El Segundo High School was an integral unit that helped characterize the year 1971, and added to the flavor of one of the best years that ESHS had, and will ever experience. Numerous changes within the Sports Department were re- sponsible for Eagle Teams that set new trends and records. The success of the 1970-71 sports sea- son immensely contributed to the morale and spirit of ESHS. The Eagle pigskinners, led by Head Coach Doug Minner and assisted by the Line Coach Jack Hale, End and Defensive Back Coach Steve Newell, and Of- fensive Back Coach Darrel Wilson, had the most successful year in the his- tory of EI Segundo. The 1970 Varsity Football Team had the distinct honor of beingthe first team in our school's history to win a C.l.F. playoff game ever. In pre-season competition the Eagle's first tough game was against St. Bernards. Because of numerous fumbles the Eagles only scored six points while gaining 388 yards on the ground. The Eagles went into season play and ripped past their first opponent, Lawndale, 14-0. El Se- gundo, behind the excellent passing of Frank Judge, the receiving of Bob Lowe, and a great defensiveteam effort, proved too much for the Cardinals. The victory over Miraleste, 8-0, was due to a total team effort. The El Segundo Eagles set out to capture "The Hill," and did. The Eagles were determined to win the Pioneer League Championship, and the defeat of Daniel Murphy, 18-16, did just that. Row 1: Mike Hare, Chris Orlowski, Frank Judge, Rick Doukakis, Ken Dalgleish, Bob MacGregor, Randy Majors, Bob Lowe, Eric Bimber, Rick Martin, Bob Cul- bertson. Row 2: Marc Pogue, Bruce Barcus, Gary Nickens, Bob Lourey, Ed Glotz, Bob Schaeffer, Tim Carter, Jeff Norris. Noel Guitierrez, Carl Wilson. Jeff Gilbert, Glen Bedolfe. Row 3: Coach Minner, Coach Wilson, Tony Pleick, Steve West, Ben Ingersoll, Mike Kistler, Ken Stanton, Jim Obradovich, George Brett, Dean Dougherty, Dana Ernest, Coach Newell, Coach Hale. Eagle Offensuve Team Row 1 Bob Lowe Ken Stanton Eruc Bimber Dana Ernest Jeff Gnlbert Ed Glotz Tony Pleuck Row2 George Brett Frank Judge Tum Carter Jeff Norns FU: 50-' V 'P' PQ' Janne 5, 4' ,vi , Left: Frank Judge completes a pass to Jeff Norris for its 2 a first down Above George Brett sweeps the right end to galn Important yardage -Q J 59 Eagle Defensive Team Row 1: Bob Lourey, Ed Glotz, Bob MacGregor, Jim Obradovich, Mike Kistler. Row 2: Eric Bimber, Rick Martin. Row 3: Dean Dougherty, George Brett, Randy Majors, Rick Doukakis. Above: Rick Doukakis holds Cantwell for a no gain play, Right: Mike Kistler assisted by Jeff Gilbert crushes Miraleste's half-back. ei N DSW ti' mfs D li .. .1 ' 'glue -5 ' 1-ff A an SS Q 'Qi ni 2 1 1 if ,5- K -3 Steve 'Obradovich throws a long pass Row 1: Steve Fahy, Ray Kommel, Pat Giery, Terry Ray, Doug Hambright, Bob Marquez, Kim Wolfs- berger, Kurt Steichen, Alan Brown, Mike O'Dell. Row 2: Dennis Riggins, Bob Stapleton, Bob Adama. Jim Chavez. Dave Minkler, Steve Obradovich, Mike Randall, Mike Janssen, Jeff Hancock, Terry Eady, Dave Long. Row 3: Matt Luikens, Jim Peterson, Phil Goessler, Mark Padjen, Robert Dexter, Carl Collette, Mike Briney. Matt Mullins, Brad Svogar, Coach Felix, Coach Carter. Dave Long tackles opponent. 62 Betterthan ever before, the Bee Football Team played hard and learned a great deal from experiences in their games. Coached by Mr. Dick Carter and Mr. Tom Felix, the Bee pigskinners hit hard with the determination of true sportmanship. When they lost- they accepted it, and when they won- they cherished it. This unnoticed team, led by their co-captains Doug Hambright and Terry Ray, played up to their ability every game, and improved with each game, only to Iosethe championship by two points. oach Carterdiscussesthenext play with Fahyf12j and Adamsf34J. Captain Doug Hambright pulls down and opponent on the 30 yard line. 63 Forthe first time in the history of EI Segundo High School, the Cee Football Team was undefeated throughout their season. Coached by Mr. John Stevenson, and his assistant Mr. Fred Sorkin, the Cees won the Pioneer League forthe second successive year. El Segundo had the first undefeated Cee team' inthe Pioneer League. The Cee team was spirited by their co- captains, Phil Briese and Frank Sberna. Tom Soto escapes an opponent to complete a pass. ' Row 1, L To R: Dennis Dobrovolney, Alan Walker, Tom Soto, Richard Capo, Frank Sberna, Phil Briese, Tim Cargill, Eric Tidwell, Kip DeHermide Row 2: Ed Williams, Brian Smith, Mike Quisenberry, Don Bechtel, Steve Guastafero, Richard Gould, Bill Newman, Lisle Randall, Bob Gullick Row 3- Coach Stevenson John Castle, Jim Thamann, Mike Glidwell, Jerry VanDoren, Dan Eady, Jack Graff, Gayl Shilling. Tim Markle, Kevin Mc- Garry,. Matt Stewart, Joe Newman, Gary Shmutz, Coach Sorkin. Row 4: Eric Nagle, Todd Steichen, Greg Drozd, Greg Deets. Mitch Johnston Sam Shriver, Brent LeMasurier. Not Pictured: Nick Chieppa and Rick Reed. 4 ff' qu.. 91 ,L g X g x r Q miine , . Wg ,. , .movin-gram.-f Xu 4 5' fe I er: A' an W is-v www f -1- - Q15 J """"" Q " has-wa-guwv ,,.m5l,m5,f3.. "Nagy .rv M151 , N ' 'JF lfiigf f' X' in M. fix es ',, ,w w rw Lfw'-Mr: 5 ,que 'ti ' - 3' .E gr- a ffix A-9 i Q ,, 3 6 'd f MN 'dmv Mr k.. F ml ,fp SeaS0f1ReC0rd tel fupper nghtj Above Richard Capos strategy gams yards whale Bull Newmans Duarte Valencia Lawndale Lynwood Lennox Miraleste St. Monica Daniel Murphy .ffl Ja if X wfwgag 41 fi ,fx 'N . 1 'ii' i -H-egg.. Q W. new a ,.x.....w-- ,,....N-M , W"' -winch were , wi I- ,f ii!" J, , Top: Junior Dan Layne looks for teammate to assist. Below: Junior Gordon Clevenger and Sophomore Brian McNulty race to beat their opponent to the bali. I ,,- fd" ,. , 1-xQ,l.A1 I N. , - . . ' K K -s- . "' "J 3? .1 L. 2, t X Q N 6 Q, . r s, K f 'bi .JT 6' -vu 5' 6 .:Qg,,, A wr ,, ,-Q. . ,, L. ,K 2' , i :gg -3.455 .. Vanta, Wm' Hf r , Q i K X " .iyfwlfggmf . , 0. New , , N 9 in H I ky if Q TJ' Tv.. vw MV, V Q to , I 1:.A t Wm 'hw A .A 4. ' ' K A at -A ' "" Bi' I ' xi, L B ., ,M ma .W ,,i, A ,. ,is , M X w 4 S H mfs! 74 . , 59 I , f M I iii . .gr Af ,em . A ,sgmdw wHs1iQg,.,M... -axe, www- - wifi: f. was. S MJ' wi..-vs!! M .nffsfk ww 1 5 N sf as 5 ,Q-...SM yi, wx Vai if 1 '44 Row 1: Richard Botfeld, David Botfeld, Steve Mohr, Ben Brookens, Row 2: Mark Ashley, Bob Cummings. Jim Witt, Ken Karutz. Row 3: Coach Brewer. .... A An, Q. . Hana Above: Jim Witt makes a long attempt for a goal, while on the right he throws the ball into the goal. Above: Jim Witt makes another attempt for a goal. The season record for the Bee Water 'Polo Team was not very attractive with 4 wins and 10 losses, nor did it indicate how much the participants learned. In order that all the water polo teams could play as scheduled the Bee team was often limited in the number of players. This placed a very heavy burden upon the team when they played schools triple their size. The advantages of this year's team was that each player had quite a bit of experience in playing water polo which will be needed forthe varsity squad in the future. The fine ball handling of Captain Bob Cummings, Brian McNulty, and Richard Botfeld was very noteworthy as well as the effective guarding of Jim Witt and the goaling of Ken Karutz. Above Left: Brian McNulty waits for opposing goalie to be caught off guard. Above swims down the pool with the ball. Right: Mark Ashley I.. no Below: Tim McDonnel looks for unguarded teammate. Right: Rick Peterson looks for fellow teammate. The record of 2 wins and 9 losses does not tell the whole story for the Cee Water Polo Team. Although the majority of the players had little or no experience in water polo, the most important aspects of basic skills were fostered. The development of Tim McDonnel at the goal and great efforts of Paul Guy at forward and Kirk Wolfsberger and Brad Clevenger at guards helped the Cee's to develop an attitude toward winning. Coach Bob Brewer was not unhappy with the performances of the players and looks forward to next year's team. Above: Brad Clevenger swims to keep ball away from 72 p J-i l i Left: Tim Randall swims towards opponent goal Below: Tom Whitney attempts a goal. Row 1: Ben Bogossian. Don Coleman, Rick Peterson, 'Dave Dunbabin, Rod Randall, Amin Osorio. Row 2: Tom Whitney, Tim Randall, Paul Guy, Kirk Wolfsberger, Brad Clevenger. Row 3: Coach Brewer. W 5 ,, v. 1u1,,,i l l ,,, Til" l Although devoting much time and energy to the ca use, The Varsity Cross Country Team did not live up to its potential and experi- ence. A most disappointing year was suffered with 10 losses and no wins. Reminiscing on the year's record and team's performances, Coach Terry Crystal had very little to offer in the way of excuses or reasons except that some cindermen just did not live up to their potential or ability. If X J' Senior Jim Coleman was named the most lf 3 ' dedicated and reliable and Junior Don Mann as the most valuable player on the team. beginning of the season did not achieve his goals. Hopefully, Cross Country will, from its past mistakes, learn and build for a brighter future. Ray Miller who had nigh hopes at me x l 'X X Row 1: Renee Grimaud, Wally Rowland, Don Mann, Jim Coleman, Jill Stephens. Row 2: Larry Hansen, Ken Fogg, Bob Wilson, Ray Miller Above: Starting line awaits Coach Crystal's gun signal. Right: Don Mann, most valuable L A ' player, strains to finish a race. - . J 74 2 rf I-ff ll x 1 an , 5 w ' Hi 'V 'vb 1 3- s. Q! .5 S Q f.-q-.-N"""'--- Eff!! 1' ll 'I lL....s. 1... Left: Jim Coleman runs hard to show that he deserves most dedicated player, Below Don Mann, Jim Coleman. Wally Rowland, Bill Hobe and Karl Hamrick take time out to pose fo 1 candid shot. if ' I QTI L : Wi a. l ml: li- nga J., ' " ff 5 Q' -rw 1 'law 75 X Row 1: David VonFlue, Karl Hamrick, Jeff Jack, Doug Busenga, Glenn Coles. Row 2: Tim Matchett, Mitch Ward, Bill Cuth bertson, Richard Chabrajez. Row 3: Bill Hobe, Bryan Gentry. Row 4: Steve Dyches. Showing confidence and ability plus Q M to llllll determination and pride, the Junior Varsity Cross .gf Country Team ,it had a very good season winning most w of their meets. Coach Terry Crystal praised the fresh- men cindermen for their outstanding performances. Named by Coach Crystal iw as mostvaluable onthe J.V. Cross - Country team was Mitch Ward, a fl dedicated and talented freshman to '. build hopes for next year's season. Sharing the honors of Most Dedicated were Karl Hamrick and Richard ,L Chabrajez. Coach Crystal also cited Glen Coles, Dave VonFlue, Bryan Gentry R ji X Q and Jeff Jack for their strong g G performances. The prospects looked g 4 it ,ip good for next year's Cross Country ,igi 3 c ,, , r Team. T it ' Our roving photographer catches Glen Coles rushing by. Qi, . 5 T T e -i I 75-Li.'Q. 1 C T ii... ,nun sif- XXJ em, 1 A L, W. .g .. 2 S if Q ,,'. if . , or is Q:-5 E inn Q. N H J. Aw .UA Wi, A we 1 k D fiiofi Above Left: Most dedi- cated. Mitch Ward runs with deep thought. A- bove Right: Rich Chabra- jez tip-toes past prac- ticing football players. Left: Coach Crystal gives a pep talk before a big meet. 77 . it X . ,f-,ii.gsseig-,J i i K , 034 L , . X , , . tt 1 . .gpw ., ,Q Q. 1. . r. 1. K 2 Sisl'lfi:: i. if-zf3'sS'1'1i2 K f W .. . . . ,i .. - Q 1 i f -.g K o,,geggf Ni spy-v -i.::,ii4:fqg- f-if'- 1 - -- 'sl 'ii :-if if 1- if 1- ff K . J "-1575: , i ' 1' fe-sw-f f 2-:,,i.,E2.if g.,fiizfyK , X 1 1 1 1 . is W : I E. n ' wi' ' 'Y ii' E if .. i RH K .-Ei' 7 smite Row 1: Kirk Wolfsberger, Jack Graff, Bill Metcalfe, Paul Guy, Mark Faut, Tim McDonnel. Row 2: Scott Brumfield, Kelly Stewart, Bob MacGregor, Ralph Byrd, Steve West, Ken Stanton. Thefirst couple years of change are alwaysa is period of adjustment and building. Coach Richard Whittington, in his second year as the wrestling coach, was still building The Wrestling Team. Sixteen out of twenty-four ofthe Eagles' grapplers were either freshman andfor first year wrestlers which indicated th at the potential for wrestling in the future years should be very good. The early season record of 4 losses and O wins did not discourage Coach Whittington or his team as the opponents were ' . teams of much more experience. The Eagle wrestlers had the hope and determination for a brighter season next year. Some wrestlers praised by Coach Whittington as outstanding fs Nix' were Jeff Johnson, 115 lb. wt. class, Kelly Stewart, 157 lb. wt. classy and Jack Roberts, 178 lb. wr. class. g Coach Whittington talks with Bob MacGregor. Q .X Q' is ' iiekgg .1 - "'g . Q 1' it., 'le y ..a"?W" J ,sf 1 8 J N-M., if xN N4-,V N . M Left: Wally Rowland attempting an armlock. Below: Steve West positions himself to roll opponent. Left: Bob MacGregor completes a successlul take down. Below Left: Bill Metcalfe is ready to start in the clown position. Below Right: Ralph Byrd prior to suse cessful takedown. L sg s s sir, , will I Q 5, , x. i ,. , J ff l Q - 3 fl, 4' y xl. ,- A 5 f ' W 'ff i -...,,,,,--' A I jk I it Matched against some very tough teams The Junior Varsity Wrestling Team still came up with some brillant individual efforts. The JV's worked very hard this year and were very determined to try their best. Even though the junior varsity wrestlers had a disappointing but hard working season, they are looking forward to a strong squad next year. Freshman John Castle starting a takedown. Row 1: Ben Bogossian, John Castle, Brian Ferguson, John Curry, Argel Almquer, Bert Brown. Row 2: Ernie Reynoso, Don Coleman, Larry Han sen, Paul Barnwetl, Matt Luikens, Arturo Hernandez, Tom Sperry. lffig W , is g an N53-in-Q... my if I ,..-- Above Left: Coach Felix watches in anticipation. Above Right: John Castle attempting a takedown. Middle Left: Matt Luikens with opponent in near pin position. Below Left: Ken Stanton blocking opponent reversal attempt. Below Right: Arturo Her- nandez mtanuevering opponent re- sultinginapin. Ju-1 ' ,M it A , .S g Lf iulgl 3 I vX i Jeff Tidwell, Steve Bryant, Bill Benedix. Mike Jellison, Paul Dohman, Dana Ernest, Steve Leal, Mike Branarn, Tony Pleick, Scott McGregor, Don BeIl,Jim Aiken, Mgr. Dave Lagotta. is Tellingitlikeitwas- 'Y . .51 x I The V3f5itY Basketball Team' :iirg,3 g:i5t if S s S S 3: i,iin, " L -.': ' it "" had a rough season. Coach Joe Hern in his first 515- wiggle , ,B ' :j""v,""' year at El Segundo High School faced the i I , challenge of building a team from four returning U S 5 -iflis-W' players and the eight remaining new members. , Lacking height and experience, plus adjusting to a S' 4' Ln. 1315 new coach and techniques, co-captains Da na , Ernest and Paul Dohman gave strength to the team. lt wasn't until two days before the first g gi V , game that a complete12 man squad was available. "dz" S N 'rw ' A V fi ' Center Steve Leal drives the lane on two Loyola defenders. A ' ' l S' i ,S t , w as ,,W,,,.,c it J ik... KKLL g X 82 Left: Steve Leal tips it to the Eagles. Below: Outside shooter Tony Pleick shows good form. ,r ,uw-'L ' 'Q , M,, N t if 9 t 1 ix mi UIQ Q r"E'.!'!' , " if :janv ' 0 23 :gi-2 X V in- L 5 Above: Dana Ernest seeks help from Paul Dohman as Hawthorne defender approaches. Left: Scott McGregor shows good free throwform. 83 ,Xxx r kim... W i 3 ifaaK,, in t . 2 ,,, A. H- .... vw a ., W... ...K .5 .VN Above: Mike Branam attempts a twenty footer. Above Right: Dana Ernest's free throw added needed point. Right: Dana Ernest gets assist fromIVIikeJeIIison. 84 ,Y ,1- 50 ., 5- i. ,. ix If X F 1, Sv ul lil 5' i 3 .Q U ka R2 sz W K ,, L, ,tg -t it if 5 ,. 9, tx:- rig-we A 5:5 ,.. J i,fT?iifr 7 ggigwtiiffzgff. A 3. 5 i .... in A i t., 1 r 3 - m,t1:,.,. ' fivifv-22.55 - .S i iff- ' ,X In k.Lx V . ? ti ,ii f i it A ,., eie M i 1 4r'i"13ifiQ.i Fi ,Q A '-1 '- A an ewes t 'X ' r fr -'i, 'rf X ' pw w irr,itt A ...ff .,.. 5 ' " , Nmw"""'i"s" -- . t in it ' X.. i M.. ....t ,W ll 5 5 We 'sg A eNtt .tr H525 ,W . Wm ,mv- S he 'wa- 'W an ,. us. I if--1 A. 'aff ' , W 1? it ,.-:sim 51 ,Q ug I 4 X E xx O M A Above Left: Steve LeaI's jump shot over Haw- thorne defender attributes 2 points. Above Right: Coaches Rayl and Hern concentrate on the teams performance. Above: Leaving both teams behind, Scott McGregor rushes for basket, Left: Through a maze of Loyola arms, Mike Braham completes a successful pass. 85 Eric Tidwell, Steve Pritchett, Dave Long, Steve Shilling, Dale McNutt, Fred Retzlaff, Bill Schaeffer, Steve Curtis, Dan Riggin Above: Forward Dave Long shoots over Loyola for 2 points. At Right he goes in and up for another two points. 'S Yi f 4, 5-gh K Q x Although the season had a very slow start the J unior Varsity Basketball Team got it all together. They progressed to a very satisfac- tory team. Throughout the season Dave Long threatened their opponents by making 46 percent of his shots. Freshman Eric Tidwell led the team in steals and Steve Pritchett with assists. Steve Obradovich did a fine job of ball handling and Stewart Swiggum and Dale McNutt helped Long with his rebounding. gf t.. I .r X tg. t x, K J A--'nur-Mi. - AS' f xi . 7- ,T t,, 5 - Q K vnvpgf .. t K MMM: .,.W. .si . 'mmf Above: Steve Pritchett attempts a jump shoot at 15 feet. Above Left: Stewart Swiggum drives in for a lay up. Below Left: Eric Tid- weII's free th row puts the Eagles on top. I 1.9, Z Don Bechtel, Mike O'Dell, Jeff Hancock, Dave Minkler, Don Conner, Jim Chavez, Craig Cleary, Dennis Riggins, Walter Wiley, Matt Mullins, Glen White, Lisle Randall, Rick Smith, Mike Robison, Keith Woltsberger. Even though the season started not too successfully, the Bee Basketball Tea m, after changing their style of play, came on strong in their games and were considered title contenders in the league. The Bee team's high scorer was Craig Cleary who averaged 30 points per game and strived for 41 against Excelsior. The Excelsior game made history for the Eagles: it was the highest scoring Bee game in history, 90-85. Jett Hancock goes in for a lay up 88 Left: Craig Cleary shoots over opponent for two points. Below: Glen White stuns the opponentwith an 18footer. as 9' ,Pg 'M A,.. , h K " r""F"s-. 4 Left: Jeff Hancock in free throw position scores another point. Above: Lisle Randall shootsfor two points. B9 ,W Right: Unguarded Tom Soto goes in for a layup. Below: Sam Shriver goes down the middle for a iump shot. Cee basketballers are, From Left to Righty Kirk Lebow, Tom Soto. Eric Nagel, Scott Schultz, Bryan Smith, Tim Cargill, Bob Smith, Sam Shriver Mitch Ward, Chuck Zopfi, Mike Peterson, Steve O'Neil, Todd Yasin, Chris Barton, and Matt Stewart. w-swift we 1 an ,l i, U QM BX: . 4 . t .X 'i U, L A , X X Q .vu A xxx a X L X 3 ?' -Q fi:Js3A3"i-lf ill XP" fi 'fri Above Left: Tim Cargill goes in for a successful layup. Above: Mitch Ward tips it to the Eagles. Left: Bryan Smith goes in for a layup. By strengthening their overall capacity The Cee Basketball Team defeated over half of the taller fresh man teams they played. In the Leuzinger Tournament, Tom Soto was voted All-Team by the opposing coaches after playing only three games. The Cee's. who are coached by Don Woodsmall, were contenders for their division title. They won their first league game destroying Lennox 59-26. The Cee's were led by the scoring of Tom Soto and Sam Shriver and the rebounding of Tim Cargill, Bryan Smith, and Chuck Zopfi. 9l ,L During the yea r, The Girls Athletic Association, under the guidance of Carol Propstra, prepared themselves for the various sports days and planned money-making projects in order to award a scholarship to an outstanding senior. G.A.A. class is open to any girls fulfilling the requirement set by the constitution. Once they have become members they must participate in after school activities and maintain a "B" in the class. This year's G.A.A. was honored to come in first place at the Miralest Volleyball playday. They also held their own track and field day here at EI Segundo, which was considered a great success. G.A.A. President Chris Collette Row 1: Maureen McGarry, Martha Leal, Cindy Hull, Phyllis Helvey, Sandy Hull, Shannon Helms, Evelyn Bayes, Zoila Victorero. Row 2: Joyce Jacobson, Maaike Holman, Sharon Olson, Debbie Landreth, Vicki Jellison, Lorna Lindstrom, Chris Collette. Edwiges Carvalho, Nelma Sullivan, Keri Smith, Vanetta Lindsay. Row 3: Debby Cottriel, Madeline Cripe, Grace Hammock, Vichy Dicks, Kathy laBlanc, Margy Hogan, Zonia Nichelson, Gay Pen- delton, Suzanne Ramey. Officers discuss play day at board meeting. 92 V Left: Suzanne Ramey shows perfect form in digging the i ' ball. Below: Nlargy Cottriel practices her backhand in tennis. 1 ..........,.,,,,, Above: G,A.A. Officers: Debby Cottriel, Donna Montz, Debbie Landreth, Linda White, Maaike Holman, Sharon Olson, Cindy Hull, Joyce Jacobson, Suzanne Ramey, and Chris Collette. G.A.A. Sponsor - Mrs. Propstra 93 wha-v"'? .Xl 'Wuxi' 2' Acedemics is basically the m in body ofthe yearbook. lt is primar- ialy concerned wil the clubs and classes that add to the acedemic standing of the school. The Acedemics will includethe foriegn language clubs, shops, musical ly orientated groups, and the publishing bodies of the school. With an active membership ofthirty students, the Spanish Club was again recognized as a major club on campus. Utilizingthe advice of Miss Neva Hitchcock and Mr. Frank Real, Club Espanol had many activities to furthertheir knowledge of the Spanish culture. Among these activites were a field trip to Olvera Street, a spanish movie, the language club's Christ- mas party, and participation in the sister city cloth- ing drive. Spanish Club Officers: Left To Right. Roger Evans - President. Miss Neva Hitchcock - ad- visor. Nancy Chambers - Secretary. Janet Ellis - Treasurer. Mr. Frank Real - advisor. Bob Kessener - Vice President. l if me Above: Spanish Club members. Left To Right: Joan Markley. Joyc Jacobson, Dawn Roseland. Left: the Azetec Calendar, the symbol of Spanish Club. Directly under: Members Debbie Biggs and Kristie Carlson at meeting. Lower Left: Colleen Kelly, Leslie Lowell, Joan Markley, Roc NlcNaughton listen to club plans. Lower Right: Valerie Groff, Lee Ann Mc- Canies fbackgroundh. Charlon Simmons combine lunch and Spanish meeting. Above: The Eiffel Tower, svmbol of France and French Club. Be- low: Left To Right. Shirley Storm. Vice President, Sue Campeau, Historian, Mrs. Beth Wolf, advisor, Naomi McElvain, President, Mary Van Drie, Secretary. "Un Changement dedans" is the French way of saying, "A Change Within" and changes were seen not only in the classroom with its new wireless sets, tapes and slides, but also in the enthusiasm and attitudes of the French Club. Even the traditional progressive dinner was changed into a "backwards" dinner with the first course as des- sert. A tripto the French movie "L 'En fant Savage" and to a French restaurant for dinner added to the fun of the group. The annual Christmas party and awards banquet were also a part ofthe year's activities. French Club President Naomi McEivain was responsible for 1 conducting the bimonthly meetings with the sponsor, Mrs. Beth Wolf. Next year's hopes are high for another busy schedule of activities. 98 Right: Members Nancy Johnson and Kathy LeBlanc. Below: Susie Campeau. Charla Sundquist, and Maaike Holernan, make plans at French Club meeting. Shirley Storm, Colleen Reardon. Bottom Left: Evelyn Jones, Ffoberta Kincel, and Debbie Jones participated in French Club. Bottom Right: Ann Proctor, Jeanette Carr. and Evelyn Woehrer discussed French ClubActivities. I -v re l L It ,Q 1 Le, A - ' maid E name' QU 5' Keeping in step with the evolution of change, the Junior Classical League, with a membership of only five members, was not expected to survive unless there was a change in the current trend to extract Latin Club from the curriculm. Next year, Latin will not be offered at E.S.H.S. Even with such a small membership, the club enjoyed such activ- ities as the traditional Roman dinner at the home of Mrs. Margret Potter, the club's sponsor, the Christmas party with the other foriegn language clubs, and a field trip to the Getty Museum. This spirited and highly acedemic clubthat has offered so much to the past will be remembered with fond memories by those who have been a part of it. 9 Above: Latin Club's statue "Aeneas" keeps watch over all Latin activities. Far Left: Lynn Johnston - Senior. Left: Mark Ashley - Junior. Below Far Left: Colleen Roth - Sen- ior, Below Middle: John Walkey - Senior. Below: Karen Roseland - Senior. 100 ww I ' If N f" C127 sy I -4,1 -9- 'Q' 342. sf. 'r uv! Left: Latin members Lynn Johnston and Mark Ashley attended a six week course on Classical Humanties and the Latin Language at Scripps College last summer, earning six college cred- its. Below: Left To Right. Club officers, Mrs. Margret Potter, advisor, Mark Ashley, Vice President, Colleen Roth, Secretary-Treasurer. Lynn Johnston, President, John Walkey, Par- limentarian, Karen Roseland, Historian. nfs.-w N llu Junior, Lori Robinson frightj and student teacher, Mrs. Joyce Steece, Cbelowy use the equipment in the library annex. Senior library assistant, Qopposite page upperi Kathy Mackin, sorts papers and shop teacher, fupper rightj Mr. Phil Gingrich, browses through the curriculum to use in his classes. Sophomore, fbelow righti Steve Ford, checks out the magazine stand in the oldlibrary. if , . Questions ofthe future. . .lessons ofthe past.. .have undergone an exciting change as E.S.H.S. prepared for the nevi Library that opened second semester of this year. The greatest change was the physical plan of the library itself. Sound-proofed and carpeted, the library offered a totaly different conception from the old traditiona wooden shelves and bare floors. Seminar rooms, a recording room anc lounge chairs helped to create an atmosphere that encouraged students to co me to the library to relax and enjoy themselveswhile studying The new equipment, such as the super eight millimeter reel to reel pro- iector and the ever changing supply and choice of fil mstrips, records and books, made learning at E.S.H.S. a challenging and relevant experience -L. ss 51 'UT 5 ii l WB. Malaga mga? 'Wi 4214 E-5 hi. wigs is 3. me Asa iff 4,1 .lla Q., .Www .W 1- 9 w. "'flnF""""l .. -- I 'E 1 3 v 1' Zi 09 ' --l Q i li Left: Woodshop received badly needed bench tops. Bottom Left: Jim Chavez uses a hard router to "carve" his name on a plaque. Middle: Using the belt sander, Pat Giery exhibits fin workmanship. Probably one ofthe most enjoyed shop classes, Wood Shop was taught seven periods each day. This year thethe wood shop recieved many new tools such as a wood welder, pnue- matic nailer, various hand tools, and new bench tops. Mr. J. D. Smith and Mr. David Garinger were the instructors. if Left: Precision counts, so Harry Wenzel measures the line per- fectly. Left Middle: Dan Riggins, seeing a mistake, corrects his error. Left Bottom: Striving for perfection, Ernest Reynoso erases a mistake. Below: Bill Schaefer makes last minute touch-ups with the help of one ofthe new drafting machines. X YN ip. Enjoyed by girls as well as boys werethe Mechanical Drawing courses which included drafting. Mr. David Garinger, an EI Segundo graduate as the new teacher of these classes, was an inspiration to those students who filled al most every desk every period. New equipment, new ideas, and the new teacher were the changes in these classes which added to the fun and enjoyment. Welcome back to E.S.H. S. Mr. Garinger, and thank you for the use of your tri- angles bythe annual staff. lO5 we fr' Producing a metalic and creative array of projects, Metal Shop had a sucessful year. The addition of a new band saw helped even more in this year's productivity. Mr. Phil Gingrich, the shop instructor, was very satisfied with this year's performance, and he looks forward to another one next year. ,af Leh: Mr. Ginrich reviews project layout with John Hayes, Center: Greg Beaty skill- fully works on the metal lathe. Bottom Left: Pat Cook smiles contentedly at his newly made skull. Bottom Right: Looking rather skeptical, Tom Soto reviews his peacesign. is at Making definate strides toward progress, the Auto Shop courses met five periods a day. The new instructor, Mr. Alan Car- son, introduced new methods and ideas in his classes. Many boys re- paired their own car in these prac- tical and benefical classes. wus. ..,,f.. vggfigi ' ii' vm ...H ,,,,,...f-1 Top: Joe Pettet Chalf hiddenb assits Gary Nic- ' Q 'Q 5 .-S I RAL kens as he repairs steering. Middle: Bob Volk stares into the distance as Brent Stiwell is caught by surprise while fixing his engine. Right: Bob Wilson repairs a damaged motor- cycle. - its snub 107 Only your imagination was needed as the requirement forthe popular elec- tive classes of Design Crafts and Ceramics. These highly creative classes met underthe supervision of Mr. Phil Wood. Paper mache, resin, clay, and rug yarn were some of the media used to express the individual's per- sonality through art. The finished products were useful as well as dec- orative and a source of delight to the students. 5 108 2 K x 3 i e W Top: Pausing from her mosaic, Donna San- ders smiles for the cameraman. Above: Bobby Marquez. using a potter's wheel to make a cup. Left: Beverly Howell works hard and deligently on a what-cha-ma-call-it. Left: Seniors. George Brett and Jim 3' Obradavich, look on as art students draw local scenery. Middle: Art teach- er, Mr. Jeldum admires ,art work with an students Tom Helvey, Valerie Ray. Barbara Zagorski and Richard Castle. !.f I IGNA Below: Linda White gets some friend- ly advice from art teacher Mrs. Dodie Daoud. Recognizingthe changing times and needs of students, the AHGWM met every Wednesday after school for two hours. Sponsored by art teacher, Mrs. Dodie Daoud and under the leadership of director, Senoma Stuthard and Co-director, Sue Beall, the Art Guild offered to any interested student at E.S.H.S. a chanceto explore and experiment in any phase or area of art. Some found plea- sure in designing and making jewelry while others were content to draw or paint, getting help and suggestions from Mrs. Daoud on how to improvetheir workin ceramics, leather and metal crafts. All were available for those who cared to experiment in these fields. Hopes to participate in the Renaissance Pleasure Faire again in the spring were inspirations for the Art Guild members to do their own thing and create a project for the Faire exhibitions. QB it 109 "Stretch, pull, and sew!" No, it isn't a new physical exercise but a new concept in the Homemaking Clothing Classes. The new knit fabrics and synthetic materials chal lenged the imagination and ability of the 60 E.S.H.S. girls as they sewed,T-shirts,sweaters and other fashionable clothing from these newest methods and materials of sewing. ln addition to this new and different art of sewing, the clothing classes made stuffed toy animals, house slippers and other creative items for gifts. Mrs. Nan Fisher, homemakingteacher, described this year's cloth- ing classes as "highly motivated and energetic." Working with Mrs. Fisher in this exciting new world of homemaking are Mrs. Lucille Perry and Mrs. Jones, teaching assistants, and two lab assistants, iuniors, Debbie Bayes and Joyce Cuthbertson. Field trips to several big fabric stores, demonstra- tions of a knitting machine, creative stitchery plus a late spring fashion show madethe Home- making Clothing Classes educational and enjoy- able. Right: Junior, Cindy Bernard demonstrates the sewing technique while Below Junior, Faith Roach ,gets advice from her teacher, Mrs. Fisher. M l' . W . im . fr K,- A H.. 'b 'ee 'A it 'Z . --A ' ' --.s g . -sg ', M .5 X- A ,, .. t i S ,. . , 4 X , i VK -i-V. ,. AWK ' 516-L-A iw E -,LN :per Left: Senior. Vicky Carson and Qupper rightl Renee Keane frost their cakes r a cake decorating contest. Middle Right: Principal, Dr. John Machisic. and op teacher Mr. J. P. Smith judge cakes as Cindy Perkins, Maureen Cummings d Maria Valles excitedly wait for the results. Above: Freshmen, Maureen Cum- ings and Karen Stimpson, are two of the nine happy winners. tid 'lr . Q auf, fx ' MOQWSHI .S .x xfi -.. Operating very effectively this year due to the joint effort of Mrs. Nan Fisher, home- making teacher, and Mrs. Lucille Perry, teacher assistant, was the Homemaking Foods Classes. Seniors, Martha Berenger and Valerie Wal- lace. acted as student lab assistants and inspired the 59 girls in the foods classes to bake and sell homemade minced meat and pumpkin pies to the faculty at Thanksgiving and to prepare breakfasts and Iuncheons for faculty and administrators. Cake decorating contests, field trips to local grocery stores and Farmers' Market were added attractions to the usual class proiects of lectures and cooking. iii Hel ping students to select the right vocation is one ofthe main goals of education. E.S.H.S. students are very fortunate to have for the third year the oppor- tunity to attend the Southern California Regional Occupation Center, better known as S.C.R.0. C. This school, located in Torrance, offers vocational training to approximately sixty to seventy E.S.H.S. students. x Y i 4 Q . Top Right: Patiently welding, Brad Nagel plans to further his knowl- edge of the subject. Above: The S.C.R.O.C. automotive center looks much like our auto shop but only more detailed. Right: While train- ingto bea nurse, Kim Hines measures a patients blood pressure. l 12 E .,-.fa S.. ww-, fm. 4 Fun, food, friendship, and service to others were the watchwords for the Future Homemakers of America. Starting the year off with a successful doughnut sale, F.H.A. proved once again that the homemakers of tomorrow are an active and social group. ln October, Martha Berenger, Val Wallace, Sharon Olson, and advisors, Mrs. Nan Fisher and Mrs. Lucille Perry, attended the State F.H.A. Convention held in Monterey. Christmas packages were sent to Vietnam soldiers and an Easter party was held for Head Start Program children in April. Serving as hostesses at a wedding reception in February was another unusual service this year. In late spring, the club presented an assembly for the Junior High girls, hoping to interest them in thisworthwhile club. Pictured below left are Sharon Olson and Martha Berenger at the pumpkin farm- a stop enjoyed on the way home from the conference. Below right, the 1970-71 officers are installed at a banquet. From left, they are Felicia Kongable, historian, Sharon Olson, secretary, Linda Farnsworth, Senior Representative, Valerie Wallace, vice-president, Martha Berenger, president, and Marsha Olson, last year's president. 35 F.H.A. Front Row: Kristi Wallace. Martha Berenger, Valerie Wallace. Patty Bader, Diane Sturm Back Row: Sharon Olson, Deanna Lim- berg, Joyce Cuthbertson, Theresa Morris. Debbie Hughes. Felicia Kongable Missing are: Linda Farnsworth. Laurie Gaston. Joyce Hayos, Carol Hartman. Debbie Summers, Vera Maloy, Georgie Dye, Patsy Layne, Barbara Wiitala, Debbie Bayes. Susie Kinney .. J 35 Q. Top. CLeft to right, kneelingb Joan Markley, Lee Ann McCanlies, Valerie Groff, Janet Ellis, Sandy I-lull, Made- line Cripe, Second Row. Peter Sin- clair, Nancy Chambers, Vicki Jelli- son, Colleen Kelly, Kathy Schaffer, Joyce Jacobson, Charisse Roach, Debbie Jones, Steve Domann, Cindy Hull, Colleen Roth. Denise Efflant. Third Row. Mark Ashley, John Long, Felisha Kongable, Joan Gangawere, Kristie Carlson, Naomi MacElvain, Roc McNaughton, Evelyn Jones, Lynn Johnston, Shirley Storm, Michelle Ramsey, Debbie Allen, Debbie Robi- son, Dick Kessener, Katrina Hann. Susan Strum, Janeen Carlson, Kim Martin, John Babcock, Advisor Don Woodsmall. Top Row. John Slatton, Mark Grosvenor, Joyce Paff, David Botfeld. Tom Jolly. Right: C.S.F. of- ficers discuss important business. From left to right are, Peter Sinclair, member, John Slatton, Treasurer, Dave Jones Vice-President, Kristie Carlson, Secretary, Mark Ashley, President. Advisor, Mr. Don Wood- small. ll4 allow-0 "Scholarship for Service" is the motto for El Segundo's California Scholarship Federation. To be eligible for this honorary organization, a student needs three "A's" in solid subjects, such as English, math and science. Good citizenship is also required for membership. C.S.F. encouraged students to achieve high academic standards. Members were recommended for scholarships, grants and awards for their outstanding achievement. The 1970 Fall member- ship list numbered 22 seniors, 11 juniors, 18 sophomoresand 5 freshmen Field trips to the J. Paul Getty Museum and to regional meetings were added attractions for this club. Mr. Don Woodsmall and Mrs. Margret Potter were the sponsors of C.S.F. for this year. Q Top Left: Posed in a "71". . these senior scholars look forward to gradu- ation, Forming the seven are, From the Bottom to Top, Janeen Carlson, if Susan Sturm, Michelle Ramsey. Colleen Roth. John Slatton. Mark Gros- venor. and Debbie Robi- ' son. The one is formed Q by Bottom to Top, Joyce , Paff. Janis Westover. Dick Kessener, Lynn Johnston. and John C. Long. Bottom Left: C.S.F. members board the bus on its way to the Getty museum. 116 The spirit of music and experimentation in choreography and dance techniques, combined with fifteen girls interested in modern dance, created the dance club Orchesis. Mrs. Fritzi Holmes was the sponser of this spirited group which met after school to discover new interpretations of music through dance. Each spring, Orchesis produces a modern dance concert for the public, and this year they also performed inthe Christmas concert. Their performance was a truly delightful change for our student body. .... ., ..,. ,W -Y , 4 ww. , N,,,,, is '-,, 1-'Wi' f - ' xi. f .. "" " M, f 4 ' i . ,,,, L 1 "f"""' F. fiiigfrwrweif' its QEYMM -- t we it hrrr ft is WW r - Above: Some of the members of Orchesis express themselves by turning a few cartwheels. Center: Karen Davis, Leslie Lowell, Jana Ford and Lisa Hamaker, get ready to take off. Right: Lori Robinson watches as Heidi Culp shows her a step. Dance analysis integrated with other fine arts were just some of the aspects taught during sixth period Advanced Modern Dance Class. The Halloween Concert, performed for the El Segundo Elementary Schools, provided the opportunity to study and use stage props. costumes, make-up, and other special effects. Everything from witches to penguins danced to the delight of the young audiences. Participation in the Christmas Concert and the Modern Dance Concert in the Spring offered more experiences in all areas of dance performa nce. instructing these advanced students in modern dance was Mrs. Fritzi Holmes Top: Two girls practice their dance routine for the Christmas Concert. Above: Jana Ford and Joyce Cuthbertson watch as Kim Hines works on a step for their dance. Left: Mary Byrd, Sandi Schrader. Noel Mclilvain, Carol Runkell, and Kathy Whitford, practice for the Halloween concert. . , 1. H 91 ,fi More breathing exercises, new techniques in strengthening voices, and even new views on selecting music describes the changes in Beginning Girls' Chorus. The contagious spirit and enthusiasm of Miss Diane Simons, Music teacher, was evident in the performance of these girls at the Christmas Concert and music assembly. The hopes for bigger and better changes were voiced by all involved in this fine chorus. Upper Left: Exercises in breath control proved beneficial. Right: Practice, practice, practice. .. Row One: Juanita Ramsey, Sally Mason, Lauri Durban, Susan Horst, Carol Witt, Nancy Claflin. Sue Beall, Robin Magraudy. Row Two: Joy Stevens, Carolyn Clark, Sharon Armstrong, Kathy Wagner, Rosemary Hare, Kim Wiley, Laurette Bowde, Karen Dickens, Cindy Perkins, Leslie Lowe. Row Three: Cathy Janssen, Sherry Ping, Kit Pendergraft, Tracey Aikens, Maureen McGarry, Patty Miser, Faye Lemmon, Evelyn Mungvia, Joy McKee. Row Four: Martha Leal. Dorinda Ernest, Jamie Shannon, Lisa Hamaker, Valerie Groff, Rosanne Lake, Careyn Shoe- maker, Bev Brown, Brenda Horton. I tow One: Debbie Harrison, Shari Martin, Kathy Mackin, Cathy Chamberlain, Cindi McMillan, Aichelle Turri, Patti Schumacher, Florence Steffer, Karen Ramsey, Carol Hartman. Row 'wo: Debbie Hughes, Pam Justice, Glenda Pagett, Melissa McCready, Karen Goodale, Vicky Dicks, Lynn Wendell, Linda Nelson, Debbie Mrdalj, Peggy Ray, Angela Williams. Row Three: dary Church, Kathy Gerughty, Lora Holcomb, Laura Carr, Barbara Wiitala, Kathy Luthy, lamona Roth, Sally Braden, Karen Fitch. Row Four: Patty Shanks, Pam Ramey, Kim Wills, iandi Schrader, Cheryl Scott, Marsha Bechard, Karen Howard, Pam Coney, Cheryl Devil- fiss, Dona McMahon, Marianne McKean, Jill Sacks, Colleen Reardon. tt: Miss Simons conducts the class in voice warm-ups. Right: Some of the exercises were mical to view. A profit of 540.00 from a November Bake Sale by Advanced Girls' Chorus resulted in hiring a professional harpist to perform at the unique and beautiful Christmas Concert given December 11 in the auditorium for the student body and public, Entering a dimly lit auditorium, the girls carried lighted candles and presented "A Ceremony of Carols" to an appreciative and large audience. The Spring Concert included the combined singing of Boy's Chorus much to the delight of everyone. Kathy Geraughty served as president for the Chorus this year. Miss Diane Simons, music teacher, was in charge of the group. 119 5? x Echoingvibrantly through the annex area during fourth period were the deep and powerful voices of Boys Chorus. With unsurpassed dedication, these boys accomplished many musical feats. They performed "Oh Happy Day" along with Girls' Beginning Chorus forthe Christmas Concert and added depth and masculinity to "Do You Hear Wh at I Hear?" Everyone agreed it was an impressive and successful change to combine the two choral groups. 120 Row One: Steve Fowler, Bob Gulick, Scott Bailey, Row Two: Karl Hamrick, Steve O'Neil Frank Mouchebouf, Row Three:Ronnie Stephenson, Paul Barnwell, Larry Harrington, Tir Spees, Row Four: Terry Ray, Curt Harrington, Frank Johnston, Brad Svogar. Left: Frank Mouchebouf, Scott Bailey, and Steve Fowler give it their all during chorus clas Below: The boys learned that the way to achievement was practice. Y fd . ,gy PSN Front: Carol Nelson, Vicky Williamson, Laura Mclntyre, Dawn Peterson, Linda Deeter, Charisse Roach, Barbera Dlugajczyk, Debbie Jones,,Iony Patterson, Mary Byrd, Elaine Retzlaff, Row Two: Gaile Crable, Gina Turino, Susanne Morton, Michelle Ramsey, Gayle Murray. Joyce Brandon, Debbie Hinkle, Lori Curtis, Sherry Buckingham, Row Three: Lynn Johnston, Brent Mone, Bob McGregor, Paul Smith, Will Copeland, Joyce Paff. Row Four: Alan Brown, Mike Hare, Mike Janssen, Ray Kommel, Marty Ottinger. Above: The girls in A Capella rehearse fervently for the Christmas concert, while the boys patiently await their turn, Above Right: Miss Diane Simons, Music teacher, cues A Capella to begin singing. I n- ! fa I Feeling the vibrations of change, the A Capella Choir and their music teacher, Miss Diane Simons, began the new school year with a change of techniques from former chorus classes. With Miss Simons conducting the group at the Christmas Concert, A Capella executed from melting, soft melodies to breathless tunes of Christmas joy. The Methodist Church and the Women's Club thrilled to performances by A Capella which took place in December. .W 121 H 15" Rocking to the pulse of the change within, Stage Band provided our school with a variety of music ranging from soul sounds to jazz and classics. Underthe direction of Richard Tash, Stage Band performed at an assembly on March 26, at the Rotary Awards Banquet, and also at a concert at the junior high. During fifth period, the classes in the east wing were witness to the trials and tribulations of Stage Band. ef Above: Mr.Tash set the pace for a popular rock song. Right: David Shee- han and Marc Pogue made playing the trumpet look easy in Stage Band. 122 Row One: John Peterson, David Sheehan, Marc Pogue, Terry Flint, Lynn Johnston. Row Two: Mike Frio, Pat Kelly, Jim Cummings, John Botting. Row Three: Patty Shanks, Bob Pederson, Richard Schlottman, Gary Cowan, Ron Randall. ron! Row: Nancy Mason, Shane Finnie, Debi Murray: Back Row: Glenn Coles, am Campbell, John Castle, Jeannine Thurgood, Julie Collings, Kathy Ben- Qui Along with numerous changes this year was a new group of young musicians who belonged to a class entitled Beginning Strings. Another class whose success was due to Mr. Tash, Beginning Strings began down the long hard road to learn ing the various aspects of music. By the closing of ett, Don Coleman. ,Z up Right: Concentration and determination are essential for suc- 'X ess. Above: John Castle found that it wasn't all that easy. Right: r. Tash added alittle play to the work. the school year, its members were anxious to take that giant step to more advanced band classes. ti Each year Girls' League enjoys a busy schedule and this year was no exception. Starting off the activities was an orientation program for the freshmen girls. Continuing activities included a pie eating contest, Christmas Canned Foods Drive, pennant and rooter ribbon sales, fashion show, and Valentinetelegrams. Also each month a "Girl of the Month" was chosen to be honored for her accomplishments and activeness in school affairs. Girls' League is opened to all girls of E.S.H.S. and met every Monday during lunch with Nancy Goodale, president, and advisors, Moonyeen DeSmldt, Cecile Gelinas, and Karen Kesselman. All money-making activities were for the support of their Korean orphan. This is the third year Girls' League has contributed to her support. Girls' League enjoyed a year of sewice and spirit to school and community and was a great asset to our school. Upper Right - President, Nancy Goodale At Right-Girls' League officers, Stand- ing Left To Right areg Emily Wiley, Historian: Senoma Stuthard, Publi- city: Lynn Wendell. Friendship: Sitting Left To Right areg Betty Young, Sec- retary: Janis Westover, Vice President. Below Right, Left To Right are: Mich- elle Ramsey, Joyce Paff, Janeen Carl- son, and Chris Colletteg Senior Repre- sentatives. 2 t 126 5: X3 pi K. if Ov- ' sl -- in Z' w--f-f..w.+v , Above Left, Left-To Right are: Margie Walsh, Ellen Thomas, Gayle Murray, and missing is Beverly Elstrom - Junior Representatives. At Left, Left To Right are: Sponsors, Miss Kesselman, Miss Gelinas and Mrs. DeSmidt. Below Left, Left To Right are Cindi McMillan. Susan Phillips, Glenda Pagett, and missing is ldonna Snow - Sophomore Representitives. Blow, Left To Right are: Evelyn Bayes. Vicki Jellison, Juanita Ramsey, and Kim Wiley - Freshmen Representitives. if 1 Gifs -1-"W rf: Sf fv' .,','. K 'A ., , .R g nf a.o. N. ,.,. t, Y ,', ',f,. , . ...O--gf, . M Q. ,, in 'nf :oi ua. Ltr. It 'B Q . 127 y.uU4,0Ua' .K TLS' 'o'cT-'vlv ' .. .wif X, -'- 1 1 4 D 4 M' I . 4 -r sa- om .. ,Q-lo uh I ,. I ,. W ewi"1f"r QV, . ' 'Nt 0 ci ...f 7 'ip 13 in-v YS-nf i at QQ N y .., va ggf W ' X., M.. -"' 1 ""' .gud Sitting: Jim Coleman. Bob Schaeffer, Don Van Buren, Miss Dokken, Gary Cowan. Standing: Ken Schmidt, Dana Ernest, Becky Simko Cindy Castle, Evelyn Woehrer, John Babcock, Kathy Hutchinson, Galle Crable, Kathy Gerughty, Les Cripe, Dan Herman. Not Pictured Pam Elmstrom. Bev Elmstrom, Leo Donahue, Monica Pigott, Frank Judge. Below: Ken Schmidt, Dan Herman. and John Babcock con- template an article. l28 mm .tw Q N 7.4.1. A . J l .1 as .. f at r B., c A- at' 'N ,--- gg A , , J, in 'all' K, i ,,,y. QW' 42" X X99 V Freedom and power of the press created a change within the pages of the ES HS newspaper, the Bay Eagle. Articles ranging from the benefit of health foods, the abolish ment of the dress code, and the progress of the new buildingto the usual sports and campus activities awakened the readers of this fine student newspaper to the importance of becoming aware and concerned of life off and on campus. The Bay Eagle was the source of communication between the student and the faculty. Students met every day 3rd period with Miss Pamela Dokken, Journalism teacher, and Les Cripe, Student Editor, to publish the paper bi-monthly. A field trip to the L.A. Times provided the extra spark of interest in the class. 351 Top Left: Editor Les Cripe proofreads material in order to insure perfection. Above: Dana Ernest and Leo Dona- hue listen as Miss Dokken stresses a point. Below: Advi- sor, Miss Pamela Dokken. Left: Kathy Hutchinson and Frank Judge work as a team to add the finishing touches to an article. Right: Paul Dohmann found an article so interesting not even the roar of the crowd could interupt his concentration. Top Left To Right: Glen Bedolfe, Bob Pederson, Donna Montz, Bob Kessner, Larry Harrington, Debbie Summer: Joyce Haos, Betty Young, Phil Goessler, Chris Collette, Valerie Ray, Cyndi Clark, Jan Huey, Deanna Limberg. Car dy Hamilton, Missy Bowler, Mike Hare. Melissa McCready. Lori Robinson, Shirley Brown, Marilyn Mathany, Ric Doukakis, Ruth Churchill, Diane Drozd, Ann Erlandson. The clicking of a camera, in k-smeared faces, learning how to create layouts and write copy, it was all part of being on the 1970-71 Golden Eagle Staff. This book illustrated the changes in the events, the people and the places that occurred at ESHS this year. New principals, new teachers, and new students were all a part of the change within. The happenings- rallies, homecoming parade, floats, assemblies, and classes all taketheir final form between the pages of the Golden Eagle. Editors Janice Murphy and John Long symbolized the change in our yearbook as they shaped their final format of the book from the ideas and experiences gained at the yearbook workshops inthe summer. Mrs. Kathy Peterson, advisor, described the 1971 staff as "orginal and individualistic". The fun times, the good times, the unique times of the '71 school year achieved immortality between the covers of the 1971 Golden Eagle. wks.-.N , ffl Above Left: Melissa McCready, Valerie Ray. Janice Murphy and Missy Bowler compile each ggi- section of the annual. Above Right: Janice Murf phy, co-editor of the Golden Eagle, found that aside from all the pride and prestige. there was a lot of work to be done. Left: John Long, co- editor. takes a break from all the hustle and bustleothis job, Ns' xxx N- X wi. fm ltllltl-s.....,., in I Above: Candy Hamilton. who typed for the staff, also proofread material for errors. Right: Sponsor Mrs. Peterson, sat back to let the students experiment with their talents. "fi 131 El Segundo High School. lt's the people. A changing collage of people. People from different backgrounds, people with different views, and people who are individuals. Changing people, changing views, changing places The buildings. the rooms, and the halls are just structures: it's the people who make El Segundo High. The school pride of the upperclassmen and the enthusiasm of the fresh man have made this year unique. Everybody and every event added to the character of E.S.H.S. Each is separate, yet still a member of the whole. lt's a changing picture of people, places, and things. ffcog v Ss p 653 Qljdy 665 'K3VYUTvx i3XlrvQiQy,0 , -b E, 'A dx 796, qi.- wy l QW 610 3? fl-'fb sf? Wfifff 0 iw?-W Fl cmd M f ' . Qvpiflggxlf li Q it Malaga W H 2 Following the traditioh, seniorS s leave their final mark. Q 310 M l Z"95fZj fi? gg S9555 8 EJ Q lffmb! DOHNANNKXKQJX! 77, QW XSTUDDV 9p2gc,5,, 0222 Swmw w"M"' ' ' -Q' 7 BUFF K UQ? W' ' , Umu . dlimaemg ,,faf,,,,, A , " I fvvff113'g,W550?JL I5 , xLw'52w Les 9"Pf- Qifgw 'A QQ, 1 WWW U EES, Cofomwgawh Ewfccfum , m Tgguio ,I QW o XE 'eff N ix j D Gym ' M 2 , YS N WG' M N252 lwzzsgx-Q TS MMG? op K? 06 WM my . fam Q03-E' MV - Doff'Z1 c"g2gpw if I The change in people had arrived and could be witnessed best in the Seniors He had long hair- She had short hair- She wore slacks and boots. They "rocked-out" to the "Love Hands." But being a Senior at E.S.H.S. was the most important cha nge of all. . .for it meant getting in the Senior picture, leaving assemblies first, attending SCROC and working on yourVW in auto shop. Being a Senior was having one more year to suffer with homework and report cards. It was beingthe upperclassma n- like the top man on the totem pole. JIM AIKEN C Football: Var. Baseball: Var. Basket- ball: Var. Club. KIRK ALLISON JV and Var. Baseball: Var. Football: C Basketball: '70 Arch bearer. MIKE AMES JOHN BABCOCK Transfer from Morningside: Var. Band: Latin Club: CSF: Var. and JV Tennis: Key Club: '70 Archbearer: Bay Eagle. , W BOB BADER Wrestling: SCROC. BONNIE BAHNY GAA: FHA: Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: ASB Sec.: '70 Archbearer, Epsilon Sigma. JIM BAILEY B and Var. Football: lst Place Rotary: JV and Var. Baseball. SCOTT BAILEY C and B Football: Most Inspirational Player: Boys' Chorus. YVONNE BARBOZA Spanish Club: Science Club: Modern Dance. l36 Above: Dan Burgdorf looks on in disbelief at the chaos caused by the Seniors as they get their picture taken. Below: Joe Petett takes a moment to look up as he works on his car in auto shop. BRUCE BARCUS B and Var. Track: JV and Var. Wrestling: Var. Football: 1st Place Rotary Award. RON BAXTER Transfer from Cleveland High: C Basket- ball: C Baseball: JV Football: Junior Choir: Ecology Club: Junior Achievement, SANDEE BEACH Drill Team GLENN BEDOLFE C, B and Var. Football: Var. Wrestling, Spanish Club. KIM BELL SCROC BILL BENEDIX C Football: C Track: JV and Var. Basket- ball: Roto Rooters. MARTHA BERENGER GAA: FHA: Spanish Club: Drama Club: House ol Reps: Science Club. ERIC BIMBER C, B and Var. Football: C, B and Var. Track: House of Reps: Senior Prince: Var, Club: lst Team All League. LIZ BOWER FHA: SCROC: Drama Club: German Club Science Club: Tennis Team: Trackettes MELISSA BOWLER Frosh Sec.: Senior Princess: Drill Team Golden Eagle Staff: '70 Archbearer MIKE BRANAM B, JV and Var. Basketball: Junior Prince '70 Archbearer: Var. Club. JOYCE BRANDON GAA: AFS: Frosh Pres: Girls' League Spanish Club: Jr. Senator: Trackettes JV and Var. Cheerleader: Pep Club Pres '70 Procession Leader: ASB V-Pres "Age of Aquarius": A'Cappella. l37 GEORGE BRETT Frosh Prince: C, B, and Var. Football: C and JV Basketball: JV and Var. Base- ball: '70 Archbearer: 1st Team All League. SHERRY BUCKINGHAM Spanish Club: Science Club: Trackettes: A'Cappella: Drill Team: FHA: GAA: AFS: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Usherette. ED BUFFALOW Tennis: Key Club: Bay Eagle: CSF: Cross Country: Golden Eagle Staff. l DAN BURGDORF B and Var. Shotputter: Var. Football: Roto Rooters. DAYLE BUSCHKOTTER Spanish Club: Var. Band: Latin Club: Chorus. MIKA BUYAN Science Club: Drama Club: "Our Hearts Were Youngand Gay". MARY BYRD A'CapelIa: Orchesis: House of Reps: "South Pacific": "Age of Aquarius". GAYLE CAMERON Spanish Club: Drill Team. JANEEN CARLSON Spanish Club: CSF: Flag Twirler: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma: Pep Club Sec. Learning, loyalty, luck and laughter marked the Seniors as they ended their last year at ESHS. Such events as building floats for homecoming, planning pep rallies, and even attending classes, provided moments to join the group- to belong- to share some laughs- to have a friend and try to really be one. School was morethan just another trip to the counseling office, or a boring lecture in class. It was a place to make friends- to know people- to grow intellectually and socially. Right: Joyce Brandon, Marva Johnson, John Long and Dick Kessner share a moment of laughter while building the float. Above Right: Donna Sanders and Les Cripe share a moment of friendship. X 'lf' 'T - "'s....-.- l,,,, v LINDA CARR ED CARROLL JV and Var. Baseball: Var. Football: Var. Club: '70 Archbearer: Screaming Eagles: 1st Team Pioneer League: lst Team All South Bay Area. VICKY CARSON House of Reps: French Club: Drill Team: '7OArchbearer. TIM CARTER C, B and Var. Football: C, B and Var Track: Var. Wrestling: Var. Club. EDWIGES CARVALHO Exchange Student from Brazil: Jr. Pres. in Brazil: GAA: AFA: Epsilon Sigma: Inter- scholasticvolleyball. CINDY CASTLE Drama Club: French Club: Bay Eagle, LEEANNE CHAM BERLIN GAA ANGELO CHIEPPA C Football RUTH CHURCHILL Drama Club: Student Assembly: French Club: Soph. Treas: Drill Team: CSF: Gold- en Eagle Staff: Principal's Honor Roll: '70 Archbearer: Var. Songleader. DON CLAFU N 139 CYNDI CLARK 4 Spanish Club: French Club: House of Reps: Drill Team Colonel: '70 Archbearer. All the yesterdays are gone and only the memories linger. .. We had worked and waited four years to become Seniors Now that we had achieved that goal, it seemed so fleeting-so elusive. What would we remember most about ESHS? Events-happenings-and most of all- friendships. There were moments to remember- moments to dream of the future- moments to think long thoughts- and moments to laugh and clown. Ron Kuyer dreams of the past and future in a moment of being alone. CARLA CLARK AFS: FHA: Prom Page: French Club: Drill Team: Golden Eagle Staff. JIM COLEMAN C, B and Var. Track: Var. Cross Country: Key Club: Bay Eagle: CSF. CHRISTINE COLLETTE Var. Band: GAA Pres: Spanish Club: Girls' League: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff: Epsilon Sigma: Art Guild: AFS. DAN COPELAND B Track. WILL COPELAND C and B Football: Track: Screaming Eagles: A'Cappella: "Age of Aquarius". CATHY COTTRIEL GARY COWAN German Club: Var. Band: Honor Roll: Bay Eagle: Stage Ba nd: CSF. GAILE CRABLE Latin Club: A'CappeIla: Bay Eagle: Span- ish Club: Drama Club. 'Dx CHRIS CRADDOCK '70 Archbearer: Track: Art Guild: Surf- ingTeam:NavigationClub. GLEN CREWS German Club: Var. Football: Var. Wres- tling. LES CRIPE Key Club: Bay Eagle: AFS: French Club: Exchange Student to Brazil: "Ten Little Indians": "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". BOB CULBERTSON C, B and Var. Football: JV Baseball: Most Valuable Player-B Football. HEIDI CULP FHA: Spanish Club: Orchesis: lst Place Rotary Award: Epsilon Sigma, JIM CUMMINGS Var. Band: Stage Band. , Nz tit? V. JOHN CURRY KAREN DAVIS Spanish Club: Drama ll: Orchesis. PAT DECK Var. Band: Pep Band. LINDA DEETER Spanish Club: A'Cappella: "Age of Aquar- ius". MIKE DISBROW C and B Basketball: Boys' Chorus. BARBARA DLUGAJCZYK "South Pacific": Chorus: Orchesis. ROGER DOBROVOLNY Debbie Hinkle and Frank Judge find happiness just being together and clowning around. .n Au alone- -f "si Q s, X-R E ig W 3 Q F" K, K x A, 'I' l l i 5. X is I S-1 -I GEORGIE DYE Spanish Club: FHA: SCROC: Rotary Awards. CRAIG DYRDAHL PAM ELMSTROM Frosh V-Pres: Spanish Club: Sophomore Sec: Girls' League: Sr. Senator: Bay Ea- gle: House of Reps: Drill Team: '70 Arch- bearer. DANA ERNEST Transfer from Seminary: Frosh Gov: Soph. Gov: Key Club: AFS: Bay Eagle: Var. Football: Var. Basketball: '70 Arch- bearer: ASB Pres. MARCO ESTRADA Guaymas Exchange Student: Baseball: Basketball: Volleyball: Rotary Award. MATT EVANS House of Reps: Navigation Club: Princi- pal's Honor Roll. ROGER EVANS CSF: AFS: Spanish Club Pres: Key Club: B and Var. Football: '70 Archbearer: B, C and Var. Track: Biology Club: Math Club. LINDA FARNSWORTH FHA: SCROC. PAMELA FAUT Var. Bank: Science Club: FHA: Rotary Award: '70 Usherette. One day we were juniors practicing to be archbearers- then we were Seniors and a very special group of people! We had changed from frightened little freshmen to confident, sure seniors. High School had given us a place to learn to open a book and read a word- to question a fact and receive an answer- to sea rch-to drea m-to achieve. Four years are gone. It was fun, itwas sad, it was work- it was worth it!! Marcus Pogue and classmates practicing to be archbearers as juniors, looking forward to being Seniors. LAURA FREEMAN Var. Band: GAA: GlA: Science Club: SCROC. BARRY GANGAWERE Spanish Club: JV Baseball. KATHY GERUGHTY German Club Pres: Advanced Girls" Chorus: Bay Eagle: Epsilon S Archbearer. JEFF GILBERT C Cross Country: B and Var. Football: B and Var Track: '70 Archbearer. ED GLOTZ JV and Var. Baseball: '70 Archbearer: C, B and Var. Football: lst League: Most Valuable Lineman. JOHN GOEGLEIN Cross Country: Track: C and B Football: '70 Archbea re r: Roto Roote rs. 144 MARY ELLEN FENNEY Spanish Club SHANE FINNIE Va r. Bank JANICE FLAYER AFS: Spanish Club: Trackettes: Prom Band Committee. SCOTT FLECTCHER C and B Football: C and B Track: Science Club: French Club: Roto Rooters. JANA FORD '70 Archbea rer: Art Guild: Orchesis. JOSE FRANCO G uaymas Exchange Student. igma: '70 ll B' .Y Q: gate gays. spsfiifi Team All H7 si A J ' V, Mi , , . ' 75: ,M if ,eng vw, 3 . Sometimes you were outmatched for your ability or strength, and only your personal pride and a stubborn determination could keep you going. That's what being a Senior was all about!! Determined to win a tug-of-war contest during Homecomingweek or getting that term paper done: the hours of toil to finish a civics project ora math problem, all resulted in pride of accomplishment when completed. Seniors anticipated the future with a proud determination. Seniors pulling together to win a tug-of-wa r! PHIL GOESSLER NANCY GOODALE French Club: CSF: AFS: Sr. Senator: House of Reps: Girls' League Pres: Drill Team: Var, Songleader: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbea rer. KAREN GREEN Student Assembly: Spanish Club: House of Reps: Drill Team Colonel: '70 Arch- bearer. JO ANN GRIFFIN , Spanish Club. MARK GROSVENOR Spanish Club: Key Club Pres: CSF: AFS: Biology Club: '70 Archbearer. LAURA GUARISCO i GAA: Trackettes: Cross Country Score- keeper: SCROC. NOEL GUTIERREZ B Football Manager: Boys' Chorus: "Pet- rified Forrest". NANCY HALEY Transfer from Chula Vista: Track Team: CSF: Drill Team: ASB Student Council: Spanish Award. CATHY HAMBRIGHT AFS: Spanish Club: House of Reps: '70 1 Archbearer: Drill Team: Var. Cheerlead- ef. 145 Laura Freeman pauses a moment during a P.E. Tennis match. Key Club: B Football: House of Reps: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff. To be concerned and get involved was one of the goals for this year's Seniors The AFS pancake breakfast was more than just a time to eat- it was a time to help serve the school and community by helping to raise money for the AFS program. Seniors ran the school- we were in government, we published the newspaper and annual, we headed the sports: we were involved in all of school life, We were Seniors!!! Above: Janice Flayer and Pam Elmstrom pause from eating pan- cakes at the AFS breakfast to listen to an announcement. Below: Edwiges Carvalho, Exchange Student from Brazil, kept the coffee cupsfilled at the AFS breakfast. .ss-,N 40:51 K 1 M j ,Mt v DOUG HAMBRIGHT C and B Football CANDY HAMILTON Drill Team: Golden Eagle Staff. l RHONDA HARBIN Transfer Student: Math Award: lst Place in Modern Dance: Journalism: Author of My Last Pages. DEBI HARDIN Spanish Club: AFS: Art Guild: House of Reps: '70Archbearer: Drill Team. MIKE HARE C and Var. Football: C Basketball: House of Reps: A'Cappella. JAY HARMON Transfer Student: Chess: Latin Club: Var and Stage Band: Spanish Club Pres: Future Teachers of America: Teens Against Polio. l46 t 0 'G I ' . V X ,X .1 ,,,! .. 4 f xi A li t Q, N ,,,g V., A -. 'QW I I E 1 I I VICKY HARR Advanced Girls' Chorus: Mode rn Dance. CURT HARRINGTON NANCY HARTER JCL: Drama Club: '70 Archbearer: SCROC. TOM HELVEY Var. Band: JV Baseball. DAN HERMAN C, JV and Var. Basketball: Key Club: House of Reps: Biology Club: Jr. Pres: Principal'sAdvisoryCouncil. KIM HINES Science Club: Orchesis: "Charley's Aunt": "Stage Door": SCROC. DEBBIE HINKLE Frosh Sec: CSF: AFS: Spanish Club: Girls' League: '70 Archbearer: R. S.l. Queen: Pep Club V-Pres: Jr. Princess: Var. Songleader. BILL HOBE Latin Club: Var. Band: Cross Country: C, B and Var. Water Polo: C, B and Var. Swimming:Navigation Club. FRANCES HOLCOMB '70 Archbearer: Drill Team: Epsilon Sigma: House of Reps: Spanish Club. DEBY HOUGH "South Pacific": SCROC. JAN HUEY Homecoming Queen: Drill Team: Bay Eagle: Chorus: Spanish Club: French Club: Golden Eagle Staff: Epsilon Sigma: '70Archbearer. DEBBIE HUGHES Spanish Club: Chorus: FHA: CSF: Rotary Awards: Epsilon Sigma. 147 '70 Archbearer: Student Advisor to the Board of Education: Screaming Eagles: Var. Football. 148 Good times should be made to last forever. but time- that notorious enemy of memories- turns awareness into forgetfulness. . . and all those experiences and good times are over. . .especially for Seniors Classes, lunch periods, performances at gamesand assemblies. ., all the fun times-the unique times- were soon just memories. Seniors reflect the yesterdays filled with joysand wonders and disappointments of school. These were the days, my friend, but time changes all things. .. and now we are alumni! BEN INGERSOLL JEFF JENKINS B and C Football: C, B and Var. Track: '70 Archbearer: Var. Club VALERIE JENSEN MARVA JOHNSON Var. Cheerleader: Key Club Queen, AFS: Drill Team: '70 Procession Leader: ASB Sec: Girls' State Rep: Jr. Sec: Soph. Senator: Girls' League: Spanish Club: GAA: Trackettes. FRANK JOHNSTON "Petrified Forest": "Charley's Aunt": "Another Part of the Forest": "Stage Door": Boys' Chorus: Science Club. LYNN JOHNSTON Var. Band: JCL Pres: A'Cappella: CSF: "South Pacific": Latin Awards: Chamber Ensemble. JULIE JONES Drill Team: Tennis Team: AFS: Girls' League: Spanish Club. Below: Kirk Allison and Pat Cook find a quiet table during lunch and discuss the day's events. Right: Senior Karen Green as "Charlie Brown" performs for the Eagle fans at half-time. FRANK JUDGE C, B and Var. Football: lst Team All League: C Basketball: JV and Var. Base- ball: Sports Commissioner: '70 Arch- bearer: Bay Eagle: Homecoming King. BRAD JUSTICE Spanish Club: Bay Eagle. DICK KESSENER AFS: Frosh Treas: Soph Senator: Jr. Senator: Sr. Gov: Boys' Chorus: "South Pacific": JV and Var. Tennis: MVP Award: Key Club: CSF: '70 Archbearer: Junior Achievement. MIKE KISTLER '70 Archbearer: Var. Track: Var. Club: Var. Football: lst Team All League. KENNY KLINE STUART KULP Var. Band: Stage Band: Drum Major: Science Club: Var. Wrestling. RON KUYER B Football: C Track, DAVID LAGOTTA JV Cross Country: Var. Basketball Mana- ger: House Reps. GUY LaMAR Va r. Track: SCROC. DAN LEMON Va r. Track: SCROC. JOHN LONG B Track: JV Cross Country: Soph Gov: Student Council: Bay Eagle: Key Club: House of Reps: CSF: Stage Band: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff. NANCY LORENTZEN AFS: GAA: Art Guild: House of Reps: Navigation Club: '70 Archbearer. BOB LOUREY Golden Eagle Staff: B and Var. Track: C and Var. Football: lst Team All League. BOB LOWE C and JV Basketball: Var. Track: C, B and Var. Football: lst Team All League. KATHY MACKIN Drill Team: Advanced Girls' Chorus. RANDY MAJORS C and B Basketball: C, B and Var. Foot- ball: JV Baseball: Var. Track: Rotary Awards: '70 Archbearer. VERA MALOY CSF: FHA: Spanish Club: Epsilon Sigma. BILL MARTIN C and B Football: JV Tennis: Stage Band. RICK MARTIN C, B and Var. Football: JV Baseball: Var. Club: '70Archbearer. DAN MATTHEWS C Football: C Track. MARY MAXWELL GAA: Spanish Club: House of Reps: AFS: Principals Honor Roll: Student Curri- culum Advisory Committee: '70 Arch- bearer. DON MAY C and B Football: C and Var. Track: Wrestling: Rotary Award. MELISSA McCREADY French Club: Drama Club: Orchesis: Soph Senator: Jr. Lt. Gov: Girls' League: Comm. of Pep and Morale: Girls' Chorus: Trackettes: AFS: Golden Eagle Staff: Prom Committee Chairman: JV and Var. Cheerleader. 1 K, .... ...-----'J """""'J M' ......f-J'--WJ" ignn---M U'-' JAN MCCREARY GAA: AFS: Spanish Club: Tennis: Soft- ball: Trackettes: '70 Archbearer: SCROC. NAOMI McELVAIN JCL: CSF: Var. Band, Girls' League: Or- chesis: French Club: Trackettes: Epsilon Sigma. BARBARA McKEE AFS: Spanish Club. SUSAN McKINLEY AFS: FHA: Girls' League: '70 Usherette: Asst. Program Chairman for Prom. RITA McMULLlN Spanish Club. RICK MEREDITH C Football: B Track: B Basketball: Bio- logyClub. RAY MILLER DEBBIE MILLS BRENT MONE A'Cappella: Boys' Chorus. They were no ordinary students. Seniors were the top of the classes. Activities and involvement were their thing. Leaders in StudentGovernment and school clubs, tops in all sports, and over-all big wheels on campus, Seniors knew howto work and howto get things done. But seniors took time to enjoy friends and good times. There was a bond of friendship and loyalty among all seniors, that made them special and aware of their importance to the total school picture. The class of '71 was the greatest!!! Above Left: Senior Sue McKinley knows what happiness is! Below: Raindrops keep falling-but not on the heads of seniors 15 John Long, Debbie Hinkle, Dick Kessner and freshman Loretta Honseler. SUSAN MORTON Spanish Club: Bay Eagle: Epsilon Sigma: A'Cappella: "Age of Aquarius" JANICE MURPHY AFS: GAA: Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: Sr. Senator: Epsilon Sigma Pres: '70 Archbearer: Student Advisory Committee for Guidance and Discipline: Golden Eagle Staff: SCROC. BRAD NAGEL MARK NEELY Bay Eagle. CAROL NELSON CSF: French Club:' Epsilon Sigma: A'Cap- pella: Biology Club: National Merit Letter of Commendation. CHERI NEWMAN DAN NEWMAN Football: Track: JCL: Rotary Awards: Navigation Club: '7OArchbearer. DAVE NICHELSON Biology Club: German Club. GARY NICKENS C and B Baseball: Var. Track: C, B and Var. Football: C and B Basketball. JEFF NORRIS C, B and Var. Football: C, B and Var. Track: Spanish Club: House of Reps: Executive Cabinet: '70 Archbearer: Soph Prince: Roto Rooters. Above: Bob Culbertson, Barry Gangawere, George Brett and other senior boys claim the area near the auditorium as "Senior Land." Below: Senior Mike Braham "studies" in the ESHS Library. People and times change. Students' attitudes, interestsand involve- ments were different this year from those of a year ago. Seniors adjusted to reflect the changing times. Senior Section in the auditorium and the senior cheering section remained the same. But the classrooms-the clubs-the activities were different. Seniors worried about the draft as well as their grades or transcripts. Seniors were frustrated because they could not change the system fast enough. Yet, the sense of loyalty and pride of seniors kept the traditions and spirits of ESHS alive. A cha nge from within sometimes strengthened the old! JIM OBRADOVICH C and JV Basketball: C. B and Var. Foot- ball: lst Team All League: Var. Track. BETTY 0'NEAL JOYCE PAFF AFS Returnee from Colombia: Orchesis: Prom Page: CSF: "South Pacific": "Age of Aquarius": A'CappelIa: '70 Archbear- er: House of Reps: Sr. Lt. Gov: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma V-Pres: Drill Team: Trackettes: French Club. DAWN PETERSON Orchesis: A'Cappella: SCROC. JOE PETETT B and Var. Water Polo: B and Var. Swim- ming: '70 Archbearer. BRENDA PHILLIPS Chorus: Modern Dance: French Club: AFS: SCROC. MIKE PLATT German Club. MARCUS POGUE Stage Band: Var. Band: Var. Track: Var. Football: '70 Archbearer. JUDY QUILT Knowing lots of people and having many friends was one of the nicest things for Seniors Friends made life at ESHS more enjoyable and worthwhile, but something more was needed, and that was loyalty to the class of 1971. Seniors had friends in all grades but those special senior classes were the best. Class meetings were places to discuss ditch day and the senior all-night party. Seniors took trips to the businesses in preparation for Iife's vocation. They listened to speakers from colleges and universities in search of the right profession. Seniors were one-individuals, yet one whole in search of a goal for life. Right: Senior Boys, Barry Gangawere, Jeff Jenkins and Ed Carroll initiated some poor freshman to the senior motto of "keep ourcampuscleanf' FRANK QUIROGA C and B Football: Wrestling: House of Reps. KARYN RAAB JEFF RAMEY C, B and Var. Water Polo: MVP Award: Player of the Year-Pioneer League: C, B and Var. Swimming: Var. Club: '70 Archbearer: Roto Rooters: Screaming Eagles. MICHELLE RAMSEY GAA: CSF: Spanish Club: AFS: Girls' League: Sr. Sec: Epsilon Sigma: A'Cap- pella: "Age of Aquarius": Drill Team. RON RASMUSSEN VALERIE RAY Principals Honor Roll: Drill Team: Art Guild: Trackettes: House of Reps: Gold- en Eagle Staff: Executive Cabinet: Rotary Art Awards: Var. Songleader. ED RENFRO Water Polo: Swimming. CHRIS ROACH Transfer from West High: Dance Com- mittee: Girls' Glee Club: West High Nominating Convention Committee. CINDI ROBERTSON Spanish Club: Drill Team. 154 Right Pam Elmstrom and Bob Schaeffer take time out to show senior loyalty. DEBBIE ROBISON Spanish Club: GAA: Girls' League: CSF: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer. KAREN ROSELAND COLLEEN ROTH GAA: CSF: JCL Sec and Pres: House of Reps: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer. WALLY ROWLAND Spanish Club: Wrestling: Key Club: Cross Country. CAROL RUNKEL German Club: Orchesis: CSF: National Merit Letter of Commendation: German Award. DONNA SANDERS Frosh V-Pres: GAA: Spanish Club: Jr. Senator: AFS: House of Reps: Sr. Sec: Var.Mascot. BOB SCHAEFFER B and Var. Football: JV and Var. Base- ball: Var. Basketball: Bay Eagle: '70 Arch- bearer. RICH SCHOENBAUM Bay Eagle: Track. LES SCOTT Transfer from Quincy High: JV and Var. Basketball: JV Baseball: JV Football: Rally Club: Letterman's Club. OLIVIA SELF Navigation Club: House of Reps: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff. KEITH SHERMAN SCROC. JOHN SLATTON B and Var. Swimming: B and Var. Water Polo: Spanish Club: CSF: Boys' State Rep: Key Club: '70 Archbearer: Math Club: Biology Club. DEBBIE SMITH House of Reps: Spanish Club: Soph V-Pres: AFS: '70 Archbearer: ASB Sec, KAREN SMITH Spanish Club: Drama Club KATHY SMITH AFS: GAA:GIA: Spanish Club ArtGuild KERI SMITH Var. Band: GAA: Navigation Club Ad vanced Girls' Chorus. PAULI SMITH JOYCE SMOLINSKI SCROC. RELDA SPIELMAN Var. Band: Orchesis: Drama Club: Fit- nessAchievementAward. KEN STANTON Var. Football: Var. Wrestling: Latin Club. JILL STEPHENS Trackettes: C ross Cou ntry Sco rekee per. RONNIE STEPHENSON Boys' Chorus. KELLY STEWART C and B Football: Track Cross Country Var. Wrestling. SUSAN STURM JCL: FHA: Biology Club CSF Epsilon Sigma. NELMA SULLIVAN GAA 156 Totally involved in the student life on campus, Seniors were a busy group. The end zoomed into view all too soon. Test days arrived and were unstudied for because some other activity had demanded more time. The year was long and short at the same time. 1971 had special meaning for seniors because they were soon to leave the security and routine of high school and a fear of the unknown loomed in the all too near future. New horizons must be explored-and new friends and experiences must be met. Life changes-and seniors must take a more discerning look into the past and the present, but most of all, into the future, if they are to accept the change. igsi Senior Drill Team members Michelle Ramsey and Joyce Paff A at l get together for one last smile before performing at a game. a CPPOSITE PAGE: Senior Rick Doukakis finds peace TERRY TROCOSSO Transfer from Hawthorne High: Chorus: Drama Club: Business Club: FHA. DON VAN BUREN Cross Country: Tennis: Bay Eagle: Navi- gation Club. PATTY VAN VRANKEN Var. Band: AFS: CSF: GAA: Spanish Club: Pep Club Sec: Biology Club: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer: Var. Flag Twirl- er. ZOILA VICTORERO Spanish Club: '70 Archbearer: GAA. BOB VOLK ,,...., DARLENE VRANA5 Chorus: Drama: French Club: Art Guild. JOHN WALKEY Var. Water Polo: Var. Swimming: Math Club: Latin Club: Biology Club. SUE WALLACE VALERIE WALLACE Spanish Club: FHA: Rotary Award. st! Many experiences with other Seniors that we might consider trivial now or later on, were really fun filled realities, which molded our characters and our standards. Typical school days imprinted many tangible memories on our minds which we will look back on nostalgically and with mixed emotions. Snack and lunch were devoted to visiting with friends, going to meetings, and eating. Running to and from classes, lounging in the halls or on the lawn between classes, and even sitting together at rallies in the senior section will be recalled in later life and we may wish, momentarily, ,..,, that we could return to ESHS once again. Seniors Sandy Hart and Sherry Buckingham listen to the speakers ata rally. STEVE WEST C, B and Var. Football: JANIS WESTOVER GAA: Spanish Club: Var. Band: CSF: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma: Drill Team: k Var. Songleader. 'QM KENDA WHEELER - FHA: GAA: Drama Club: Science Club: Navigation Club. LINDA WHITE Science Club: GAA Pres: Navigation Club: GIA: AFS: Student Council: Epsilon Sigma: Athletic Scholarship. KATHY WHITFORD 5'-Q' , CARLA WIEGERS GAA: Trackettes: French Club Pres: Ep- silon Sigma. 7, T 5 KATHY WILLBRANDT GAA: House of Reps: Drill Team: Navi- M gation Club: Art Guild: Jr. Treas: '70 Y J? Archbearer: Var. Mascot. ' JIM WILLIAMS K. l58 Seniors Cathy Gerughty and John Slatton support the "snack bar" with their appetite In 5 BOB WILSON C and Var. Cross Country: C and Var. Track: Roto Rooters: '70 Archbearer. GREG WILSON C and B Basketball: C Track: Key Club: French Club: House of Reps: '70 Arch! bearer. EVELYN WOEHRER Exchange Student from Austria: AFS: Epsilon Sigma: Bay Eagle: Art Guild: FrenchCIub. KIM WOLFBERGER C Football-MVP: C Track: C Basketball: Wrestling, JV Baseball: Roto Rooters. DON WOODWARD Football: Cross Country: Track: Surf- ingTeam. MIKE WYLIE DAVE YOUNG Surfing Team: Stage Crew: Rotary Awards, BARBARA ZAGORSKI Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: ArtGuild: '70 Archbearer. DAVID ZIMMERMAN C and B Football: C and B Basketball: C Track: German Club: Roto Rooters. SENIORS NOT PICTURED ROY ALLISON JOHN BENFIELD scoTT BRUNIFIELD BILL BRUNIPTDN JUDY cHRIsTENsEN Bos cuNIIvIINGs STEVE FOWLER DEBBIE GAGAIN JACK GHENT RANDY GoBER RANDY GRIFFIN SANDY HART 1: JIM LAMAY CARLOS IvIacLEAN TRIcIA MARTIN DENNIS NICCARTHY KEITH McDOWELL DALLAS MITTIE Boa MULLINS IvIARTv DTTINGER BILL PROCOPIO KEN scHNIIDT PETE SEGERS BILL WAGNON STEVE YOUNG 159 Susan Abbott Barbara Albin us Billie Armstrong 5 Mark Ashley Q5 ., . . , 1-rf-if' - .. , L:,,L 1 ,,L. J J is QQ . i . x .sei L . 5 Qt, ri A Q 8 . . ,yi . t ' .5 rV,..: 5 .,.,. . 'l,l . brbbr Debbie Bayes Don Bell . J ' X, K Cindy Bernard 4, Q A, I in Vlvk ' ' Debi Black . gl bbb 5 y g if f AAbAii g bg , Richard Botfeld ' , "V 5 A . if E A 4 A flu if QM - . V Jan et Brac kett V Alan Brown K' V Shirley Brown 3 N Jim Bronson A 'V Steve Burnett Q . . : nn" 57 v Doug Busenga , 7 ig 'W ' X Bruce Busick ' N' 4 W Ralph Byrd wy fw A T .Q 5 3 40 1 Gerald Calhoun t' ,' 1 V, ' ' Candy Cannon ffl - Q -- - ,fi -A Zi, i L. ,f -Y .V , -. -. L, 2 ' f riffs' es- Fra" A 2 , 4 Q e , Robin Capone J i m Ca r r fill Richard Castle - Pete Castle it syri s 12 i-in xg? L, 1 Y Q -Q I -Q, .5 5, eye V A s Ms S X wif-X . E 5 s s N' dai al Bi " ws 4 ' 'S 4 A 3 15 s J, K -ik 'QL a . .,,..,.: -,f ,Q ...,.,, . Q' .. 5 ::' ,.,.A . .t.., , it -A . : J: - ,. . .1.' W M ,L.. ' up-,X 'ATU' " -ws Quiet-gill Q - .l 'N' l. -Q' -fe , J I' it g if i tw, L.. F 5 it av' mx K 'E Helen Chalmers A .V aill if fin -W-- 5 2 Q gi .. y l S I ' was 4- 1?+r C' P P eg," '13 'X - i URN.. M1 ' . ,,..5 ki A, f , .. 'wk X 1, f" K 1 ,Qi I . X. sfo , ,, .. gy., .uf ,I I ' t'ii' 1 ' '- .ILC- ' . ?fJgf'2w3i..i ,Q -3 Vik... QS! ,X K -4 sie H- .wi as - Q, K. , ,PQ , 1 WB f. g ii- ' i ' ,. . we X5 Boyd Clements ' "1 5 i, P A .. 3 160 Af I s.. , Juniors Pam Morgan. Donna Montz. and Barbara Albinus keep an eye on things at lunch. Now that the year is almost over, Juniors can look forward to being seniors. Then they can enjoy those senior privileges everyone talks about and really take over. Being a junior is fun, but it's only a stepping stone to becoming a senior. So loo kout, the Class of '72 is coming! Cook saves a few extra minutes by riding biketo class. Kathy Dowd Gordon Clevenger Emma Cobis Pam Coney Elin Cook Pat Corey Bill Coulter Jerry Crawford Sean Cronin Mike Crook Steve Curtis Ken Dalgleish Vicki Davis Larry DeCuir Cheryl Devilbiss Diane Dolbee Steve Domann 161 Debi Eccles David Edzard Arne Elmore Beverly Elmstrom Carolyn Evans Robin Evans Mike Faas Steve Fahy Tim Farquhar Randy Feller Steve Fisher Karen Fitch Carol Fitzpatrick Ken Fogg Ann Fowler Mike Frio Laurie Gaston Pat Giery Luis Gonzalez Mike Goodman 162 El Segundo High School was special tc Juniors. . more than just a place to learn it was a way of life. Working togethe for a common goal, such as the prom, and havin fun alongthe way was the life ofa junior The year '72 seemed so far away as freshmen ' but now it's just around the corner Steve Fisher prepares to do his thing in band. Lark Gragg Regina Griffin Marina Habermann Steve Ha maker Karl Hamrick Larry Harrington Debbie Harrison Carol Hartman George Haull John Hayes Joyce Hayos Arturo Hernandez Iris Hildebrand Ben Hobe QS '-W9 , Tom Hodder Gary Holmes Jerry Holmes Monica Honseler wi N' - kb M 9 N Vicky Howard , -www r'.,4w1rfi3i4fewr:3+: K -. 1 ,. r If e i ,r-f'f.r.- ' w H -sf. ,M - 1 - 1 Beverly Howell 1 rv-1,g,' w' 5,-' .wif 1 - . 1 . ,, . ,ir r Jim Hubbard :,g.h,?.fCM,:,MjQ B ij QQ-'Tl V,..-- 1 g "5' . E:,,g, Q'-fi Ar iffy ?4g.?:,5,rf,f'w.:f-ei .x f i i pf if . is ix we ,N N ,N l e Gewwdw g ak y , Q ,W ' .. cindy Hull i f , Ft wgwviii 2' 52 :iff for-'eM.'2""Trif g3,fi . . . . . . Above, Drum Major, Ron Randall is ready. willing, and waiting for -N2 - For Tr- -Nm r I , 'S'5'!.s-.Lava-xiii . , . vqilgqgggii, half-time show. M left, the school day passes as Charlie Harrison gif'- , ' works on . 1 w r'Gr2fQ53fi' f , 7 63 ' 5. liflif Q g ,Rag 4,4 ' rr wwf -w. 1 Ihange has come to El Segundo High. A new building, a new principal, and a new Freshman class all make '71 different. This year Juniors :ould leave assemblies after the seniors instead of :hird or last. They were no longer a punching bag for the upperclassmen. They were almost at the top of the ladder. . . so watch out underclassmen! Don Mann Tim Markle Bob Marquez Kurt McAllister f. , , H A S , l W 4 , 4 -- f " fs. 4 ssis 'P' T u 'W , ,T l V 2 sfo ,f tax X i Madeleine McDonald Noel McElvain Scott McGregor Laura Mclntyre i l Marianne McKean Sharon McLellan Donna McMahon Dale McNutt ,K l Roger Meeks Janice Meredith Bill Metcalf George Miller Donna Montz Pam Morgan Karen Mosher Above: Trumpeters Jim Hunter and Roger Meeks get ready to blow their stacks. Top: Don Bell and Tony Pleick just wait to be saved by the bell. 165 the Junior!Senior Prom Their goal was accomplished by working in the Junior booth at football games selling programs in the stands and candles at Christmas time Being a Junior meant working for this common goal a goal everyone would enioy Dave Jones and Bob Kessener work while Mr Kingston takes five. Susan Mote Debby Mrdalj Gayle Murray Jeannie Myers Luanne Nagel Cyndi Nutz Steve Obradovich John O'Connor Denise O'Grady Robin Ola Sharon Olson Mike Oppolzer Toni Patterson Bob Pederson Randy Peters Jim Peterson John Peterson Debbie Phillips Babette Piller Andrea Pleick Tony Pleick Ricky Porter Dana Potter Donna Prewitt Steve Pritchett 166 K -I, , 5. R' ,- . ' ' rs 11. -1-1'iEi"' , " I iii fi b i ii' .aft 'iff - - , tt . S ' fr. S X E a x , i r ,N mlmhhh. S A f E :A "Jul f ' ." A, ' S az ., ' ' 1 ' -D . , r . ,,. t N - h my SW" . N ' .ai '-X41 fig if-ff, Cindy Hull deliberates before finally entering clas fx Q b ',,., 'b,,L QI, .Gx:, - Q Q QP Q ji Q 'F 1 9 fl QV Q .' X Q e l ts -J' 5 KX. 3 N 3 ,Q V tg Mx H , 'N-If 'Q mf .. . . wt 5 M 1 S may S 3 -bi. , , v . PAY -'R ...ef , fe see - F - 5. , ' Q' f S ,lf 1 1 .5 :, N. , by i i t ,X It xi, s- X RS - 4 K 4 S vn . 1 S. 5 ix lk N' ze mf N A S Q? 'Q i 4 I Xx ' fr A! Pat Raculia Susanne Ramey Susan Randazzo Carol Ray Terry Ray Leslie Reed Anita Reid Kim Reid Elaine Retzlaff Becky Riessen Dan Riggins Charisse Roach Faith Roach Jack Roberts Lori Robinson Ramona Roth Marian Ruane JHlSacks John Salo Kim Salter Frank Sberna Bill Schaeffer Richard Schlottmann Sandi Schrader Laura Schraum Patty Schumacher Cheryl Scott David Sheehan l67 M. . ...,.. . Q sl... si F K is ll ' l Y ll X Juniors have looked forward to a lot of events in this past year. ln Octobertheir class rings arrived andthe Coronation was not far behind. In May they presented their Prom and in a few days they would be archbearers at graduation. But their work as juniors was almost done and they were ready to become seniors. Carl Wilson Sean Wilson Richard Wilson Richard Wise Keith Work Betty Young Mike Young Donna Zagorski At Left, Marilyn Mathany and Renee King hurry to class before that tardy bell rings. Below, are the camera shy Juniors. First Row, Left to Right are: Pat Swann, Gail Vanderwerf, Donna Baker, Barbara Wiitala, and Sandy Ashley. Top Row, Left to Right: Laura McCarthy, Rick Metcalf, Steve Bryant, Steve Dyches, Charles Harrison, and Ron Randall. 169 T0the S0ph0I'l10I'9S this year meant another year of hard work and fun. They have learned to express themselves and to participate more in school activities. They were working hard so the school could be proud ofthe Class of 73. Richard Bochinski Kent Booher David Botfeld Sally Braden Monica Brady Nancy Brauninger as- V M si Phwfiese .T 4, Ben Brookens Pamela Campbell ' f Sheree Campbell ' "' 'Ea Susie Ca mpeau Vicki Capicotto Kristie Carlson Jeannette Carr Laura Carr Chet Harter leads a singing group at lunch. l7O , 1- . M- 1. . 52161: ..i..V q. ,t , .. . ,K -1, . . M. . Iiygvvckwif . .f 4 twi- - ' f 15:i'Yi5s7-H.. , . Q flew' 1 of fi Q we me -1 fr- fl! if t 3, is i fx if eff x sa K Ox 9 Q Q 525' W A i i g .rrp A kv? E. .Q W , 'i A i 3, ,Q .-L. ' A .rift f. Ti its Debbie Allen Jim Anderson Jackie Anderson Mark Anderson Pam Armstrong Deborah Arnot Tony Avak Patricia Bader Kevin Bannerma Robin Barnett Susan Beall Gregory Beaty Marsha Bechard Donald Bechtel Debra Biggs Kathleen Blair Sophomore Michelle Safarian, in center, hopes for victory. es .Q Z it oo o A C 1 C K X . C 9 1. Q 'K gi, K V Xe i .. ' .5 .. 'L' ,- A 4 ,, , 15.5 . - i, X C V H 5. 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" it vt., if -. , 'A L 1.9 Wi 4 ' 4 Q... . x i . 6 Rick Carroll Keith Carter Ronald Cary Cathy Chamberlin Nancy Chambers Jim Chavez Nicky Chieppa Mary Lynn Church Kirk Citty Barbara Clause Craig Cleary Carl Collette Cindy Copeland Valerie Corbett Wendy Corbett Garet Cost Debbie Cottriel Deanna Crockett Kathy Cummings Lori Curtis Janak Desai Mark Devilbiss Robert Dexter Vicky Dicks Stephen Disbrow Joe Dobrovolny Kelly Dow 171 Denise Efflandt Janet Ellis Marva Elmore Ann Erlandson Cynthia Farnell William Flato Paula Foley Steven Ford Jeff Fortini Jay Fortman Carrie Francis Jeff Franklin Judith Froelich William Frye Joan Gangaware Bryan Gentry Linda Geringer Patrick Goeglein Karen Goodale Richard Gould Jack Graff .,,.!' Scott Graham Beinga S0ph0l'l10I'6 at ESHS was knowingthat 5ZHeffeCg':C'E?Ud our Spirits were going up with the new building. Sophomores had spirit and drive to earn money forthe prom in their Junior year, and this meant that our Sophomore year gave I use us more responsibility and a chance to become somebody. Randolf Grounds M r. it Dean Halleen Lisa Hamaker ' Teresa Schmutz demonstrates Drill Team's marching style. l72 Katrina Hann Georgia Harmon Chester Harter Phyllis Helvey Evelyn Herrera Lora Holcomb Leroy Holly Maaike Holman Karen Howard Keith Hutchinson Carla Hyatt Howard Johnson Nancy Johnston t is , K . -2 Y' 'q1Q- 'g5'Z.2'f':' :., .. . , X A X 1 t.. V .- ,Nat i , X K. -X C-'r 1' im ,vii -, 3 w. ,- tgp afl if , asf? 'N 'fflf G iii ' J , t 'ik 1- it 1 raise 153' 5 , f I :al ,,-X4 ...A 7 352 in 1: , .F ti . X. ff he 2 st Tl' It a ' 5 it H., u-.gp ,, . X su Q xx l 'E DMM' vt Ac, Q 5 5 Y -. 5 Q ie. L iw 3 F 9 5 .- 3, Li 1 dy ' x. ,WJ Left: Always with a smile, Kristi Carlson spreads some Sophomore spirit. Extreme Top: Colleen Kelly, Roc McNaughton and Jeannie Thourgood get ready for the next number in band. Above: On a summer-like day ten cent ice creams cool the hot lips of Cindy McMillan, Susan Phillips, Glenda Pagett, and Cindy Farnell it . - we . ls,-. X Q 3 . K X J . ,V N Q., A-gi, . f i - J , ., .iff we was F gg! xx A 'ff-me 2 ffilgi' 5 1'- 'i'ii Q ' 1 N' ' . fi K ii" J .. . Q. L 'bs ow it , ... . .1 in Wi , , is 'g A -f my l XE I .lov x Q 1- in 1 QA iv P t- A . it ll . iri 1 ii, V . L A it l L f 'R 5 J -. a.. , X 5-.... 5 ,W . ,.,. . wi L t '. i 'Ku "in, x JT? . ,L w., ,. V is - i 3 ' l i is A 7""' 'sfo ' ' fp if-V - 'fx " - A +4 Q ,E -l 9 L Y 'W . F .. , V xxx s xc Nt l Q- RS? X . v - V , 'L Q Q., . xgwfv .X - , L , ' A X 3 so . i '- - 4, Q 1.59 s' o '71 3 f S L L g . w ' A '53 - 3 .fu , 1 N . if i ,, I , 5 Des is Q. 'Q KI- , 4 i Q 'F , ' , , V . . ' . gl 'F . if - ,fi I ' Y .l,A ,A M ' C Y ... . i I 5 Q ' ll L . I it .K L-mg: i .. P 5 X A in ' Q., , ff' i in . 5 K 1 -1 f , Vi. X 'W be sie A .- h ,M f ,N .H xx 1 I. A If X erss gf is I w e 5 , K A Y, 1 K 1 f Edward Jolly Evelyn Jones Pam Justice Mike Kainer Janet Kay Colleen Kelly Donna Kelly Susanne Kinney Nancy Kirk Marie Koppelman Keith Kornatoski Dennis Kuhn Jon Laffoon Meryl Lagotta Rosanne Lake Gary Lalone Brent Landreth Kirby Larson Dawn Lawrence Cathy LeBlanc David List Dave Long Leslie Lowell Linda Lucero Kathy Luthy Alice Lytle Barbara MacGIashan Bill Maclay Frank Malles Joan Manocchio Joan Markley Terry Marquez Cheryl Martin Kim Martin Shari Martin Sherlin Martir. 173 Louise Metcalf Marsha Miller W. J. Miller Xavier Miller Frank Moucheboeuf Becky Mrdalj Kathy Mulch Nancy Murphy Debi Murray Paul Muus Linda Nelson Bill Newman Mike O'Dell Vic Orlowski Mark Padjen Glenda Pagett Mike Parks Jim Partlow Gay Pendleton Nancy Pessia Janene Peterson Marina Petrovich Susan Phillips Mack Pitchford Ann Proctor Loy Pultz Johanna Purvis Sally Mason Cindy May LeeAnn McCanlies Dianne McCauley MicheleMcClary Kevin McGarry f Susan ne McKean 5' - Cindy McMillan Q 'g - Patricia McNabb " Roc McNaughton V , Brian McNulty , .. - .tx fix, .g 1213- ' i V'..is. ' J , LQ . ,P we if V 3571 If -, ' ' W,-32 A R ' 3 if 3 1.:' f-v 'f'f f:.3... 4 T -7. 'Q ' W . f " A P' ' 0 ,,,,.f.,.m , . . fiarasitaiit . J P. in , ff- . vs? Pamela Ramey Karen Ramsay Andria Ramsey Lisle Randall Dave Rasmussen Peggy Ray Colleen Reardon Scott Rick Joann Robbins Mike Roberts Mike Robison Dawn Roseland Mickey Rossiter l74 i ' - N7 -4 711. A- W - if Y ' 1 gg. if lg ' if it I . . . g i ,Nga ,Q s K, ' Ri? , , ...L V. 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A t ,gf ""'W"' , its Q .sl sit, Q at Michelle Safarian Christine Sant Paul Schleuniger Teresa Schmutz Kathy Self Kathleen Shaffer Patricia Shanks Caryn Shoemaker Charlou Simonson Peter Sinclair Karen Smith Nancy Smith Ricky Smith Shirley Smith Tim Smith Idonna Snow Thomas Sperry Charlotte Spivey Robert Stapleton Florence Steffer Kurt Steichen Terry Stephens Michael Stephenson Linda Stimpson Diane Sturm Senoma Stuthard Charla Sundquist Susan Thomas Jeannine Thurgood David Tilford Meg To rnaszewski Melinda Uhey Maria Valles Linda VanBuren Leann Vanderwerf Martha Varela Malia Velzy Jess Walker Kristie Wallace Conrad Walton 175 7 ' fu. rf-.ar ' Aff- A 0 it is 'ffm 1 L Leaving assemblies and eating lunch before the freshman do, getting closer and closer to your driver's license, ordering class rings, and having more freedom and choices of classes was part of beinga Sophomore at E.S.H.S. Names of S0ph0lTl0I'6S not pictured Paul Booterbaugh Paul Malone Betty Brand Dave Minkler Jerry Brumley Dean Perry Dan Coffey Mike Powers Kenneth Curtis Tim Spees Anthony Dare Bette Spoor Dennis Dubois Jon Storner Robert Glidewell Doug Sturgeon Don Hargrave Chris West Gil Johnson Scott Zeigler Teri Lee Jones Hector Zubia-Simental lop Row-Randy Warnock, Steve Mohr, Mark Faut, Donald Ware "The pickings are good over here, girls", says Lee Ann McCan- en berger. and Paul Ruttinger. Bottom Row-Joyce Jacobsen, lies as Roger Evans and Brad Justice prepareto eat. Eloria Rodriguez, Debbie Griffin, Cynthia Punlis and John iacon. 177 Everyone looked forward to the day they became a Freshmen and could go to the high school and really become a part of it. In Junior High, they felt likethey were on the outside looking ln. Now the Freshmen were a part ofthe high school, and could really get involved. Adrienne Adams Tracey Aikens Argel Al rnaguer I J Sheryl Andersen A Pat Anderson mf' Hugh Armantrout 1 -..,- .tv , I. , .yer l Burl Armstrong Sharon Armstrong L - Paul Arnot -- tit Qv X .1 Qwfvgk 'nf 5,3 'x 'Y L1 Q g i IX tri 5 l78 Sporting best theme honors, the Freshmen float awaits the signal from the Homecoming Parade dignitaries to start the longtrek through the streets of El Segundo. N S' Q QA Q , -, 23 w i fi " J,,,,,qt Q' N K ft, U x iii .h H , ' K Til r tm it we age J K- 7 1 - 1 Q K Ga- + , - if 'f X, x k mix ' 1 to - , t if , its if to 'Wi wi. 1 ,ti S I 7, Y ,ii g3"ufw.v 'T - " ,L 'sr ' ' I ' Q - 1 .sl 2. - ' I W ,V sgiu ' A: 'xr .'.f: ' . fe i C J t fx t J be Y-it " .fl 4 C f J cm , T 4 1 , 1, 'Y B iii: B uw " Qt! if l for -G J f' , J :reg . K , 1 il -- , , Q Q v its S-2 V .I Q V K . X. X J' 'J 'JY e S ' i- BX Xx i t ti ,A Ls J ' i l I A but T, K , L -if "f 'K Q .fi - i t ' - 2. l l .4 gi, S . egg "-- ' ' A: Nm K sf., .,,, i I . Lk.L E , K " Y - it ' l . 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June Francois Steve Friedllne " ff ww ' f ' vi at V5 I XT vars, ' . X 1 H' -vs 2 sq Q ell wk E Patrick Gallagher if D Robert Geisler Steve Ghent Mike Glidewell Elizabeth Glynn Pat Glynn - V Ken Gould Steve Guastaferro Jeanette Gutierrez .H Paul Guy 'J Dave Hambright David Hamilton Jeff Hancock Cheryl Hanes . u w. sf' Q 1 . KR 'Exe Grace Hammack qi' a it .5 I 4 l A A Rosemary Hare A ' Becky Hargrave Tom Harrington arf , Q '-E: 5 mi W Xi in z.-X .. ,- sk. Joan Hayos Susan Hebrard Shannan Helms 5 David Hettinger V W ' '- Joe Hines Margee Hoggan E " Rhonda Holly H 1, Peter Holman gg, i Loretta Honseler F '2fi"'X ' Susan Horst A Brenda Horton N l Sandy Hull l 4 X 180 3 llii-4 ' ' FEM x , t hi- l x . ly, 5, t .L ,-4 F X .4 A+ ibm' K 'A ,gtk K . i , Q,- ff .. ,:fm f--- , - 'X L 'S E555 F 4542, t 2 v 1 ' ' afg-'Q V L I 41" -if tti' . f . - . W W W ffl? 5 n, ii Q ,ty+,l L, V 'cf' 'fi Q i.. 2? 4. 'W f iFl:--rw-ts' W -gr 'i,' ' 'sf' , ,Q , . . tl. . he , . hw Q X X . i F' K 'is i' at f' A , r . ' 133' 5 'K Le F slsl . fr - l l'l' ll .- -A D fi 4 Q i f Q V 'V ..-sg ,, X. W X ' E . ,. k . ,x x if MLQX ' Y , , 5 ' QA -wx, 4 ., 1 sv 1 el Q h L, - J sw QL-. if 2 5 JN a t Prior to game, Kathy Wagnon holds ESHS Marching Band Banner. K Getting involved early at ESHS, Freshman sax- ophonist. Paul Arnot, prepares for a halftime show. rallies last was part of beinga Freshman because the upper classmen went through the same things when they were Freshmen. g xx.: L, K re. -., , . I, -. . J if fr :sa xi. J . X Wil' A 1 y -..., ..., .. QWA- 1 lr f J X y fl- V 7 .. f, Q at iw 'Li yi. . 5" ti - P 'Q Qi - 'L N. ' we s-5 Qi L -. 5 3 ,xi I al ' Having the privilege of leavingthe assemblies and It was something uniquethat can be gained only through experience. It was beingtold what to do and when to do it, but all these things were not so bad Dean Humphries Jeff Jack Cathy Janssen Vicki Jellison Pam Jensen Bob Johnson Christi Johnson Diane Johnson Karl Johnson Ken Karutz Roberta Kincel Patty Konecny Paul Koppelman John LaCognata Joseph LaFromboise Tom Lamay Debbie Landreth John Lawrence Martha Leal Kirk Lebowe Faye Lemon Maria Ley Lorna Lindstrom Doug Lingaitis Rudi Lin ke John Linn Debbie Lucero Matt Luikens l8l Sandy MacLean , V Robin Magraudy Kathy Markle Tim Matchett Tim McDonnell vs ,i V ' ge e HQ 3iSll?'w- ri ii' Nanc M son H UMW" 5 Y 3 ,, ' ,iggiikal I iii, 'fs ' H . 'xr MU nf FJ 1. H' Loretta McEIliott Maureen McGarry Joy McKee Kent McKeown Terry McMullin Ron Melton Theresa Michels Randy Miera Donna Miller Jerese Milleville Patti Misner Patty Moore Diane Morehead Theresa Morris Matt Mullins Evelyn Munguia Eric Nagel Joey Newman Zonia Nichelson Evelyn Oakleaf Larry O'Bannon Debbie O'Neill Steve O'NeiII Mark Parsoneault Ken Patterson Peg Pederson Kit Pendergraft Holly Pennington Cindy Perkins Rick Perkins Rick Peterson H5 Sherry Ping Mary Potter Casimir Pulaski Karen Purvis Mike Quisenberry Juanita Ramsey Rodney Randall Tim Randall Rick Reed Kathy Renfro Fred Retzlaff Ernest Reynoso 182 ' ff -7 Y L 5 L .. i X its K .fi 5 WU, S- it , gi tt? .T of ES? er ir be e f. if s LJ : X I gh 1: fm -it , ,, , fe' Qxk wt' " X 5 . X U - x W i 'V ,A , H il -. ' "W T R. ll ,E x ll 'a 7' ' Q, K f ll? Q if 1 is r " ,K I eigi - . wt 2 swffshdfiwi Ni s v I 1. -- is .. . v ,mi - . r Y X fa ,.. fx R5 Q f. l Q 4 L'-avr! X 44.55. , Qi! ,za x . h Q V 3. Yi 1-if g '- T 5 ' A. My - "m em T - .y 9,52 ' ' as W I' 4 5 R T' A 1 gf: '-g g' Mx, ,S f lm. , wa Q? 1- 1 E s- ww . . dv xi ' A ' it Ss ' 1 ,-fn A bi: ..it Y2f'XY-. 'Q' ' r T rf T - if,1 - ' A V4 .. i , ..LA A 4 Xxt.k . ' K K g Q 5 E gr' 1, dia f RJ K 1 ' if T fi-A , 3 ,T Qtr , t , ...Ks K ,- N T , if . is Q . kg is :fer If-, I--. A fffitffr f . I gemk, ,X .- A A , ' h 15rf'f'! - til? K. is k 7 le, it "' ' we be -. X ' li K Q' 5 ', Left: Jeff Hancock comes in after a hard practice with the bees. Below: Freshmen Barbara Turino and Jerese Millevilletalk over student affairs. - X -' V' r- i,i: . . is 1 if be M' , ,, M1 . eeee M ee . 1 l g . . r xr I ey :Ak W ,i.. , 5 - f A a Beinga Freshman was a new experience: an opportunity to meet new people and become involved in new activities. It was starting from the bottom again and working up. Some freshmen felt like a punching bag for the upper classmen, but they can always look for- ward tothe day when they are the punchers and not the bag. 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X I F Q h. k Mike Rick Dennis Riggins Maxine Roach Dianne Roberts Carrie Rockwell Valerie Saran Janet Saylor Virginia Schaeffer Gary Schmutz Robert Schraum Scott Schultz Vernon Scott Jamie Shannon Gayl Shilling Becky Shirk Sam Shriver Karen Simpson Bob Smith Bryan Smith Debbie Smith Kim Smith Tom Soto Bob Sperb Todd Steichen Greg Stephens Joy Stevens 183 ,,.,1 Matt Stewart W Chris Stocks L Brad Svogar Q 1 J J Denise Taylor V' 'N if Amalia Templeton I Jim Tha mann sf' Mike Thamann rf' , Cheryl Thomas Danny Thomas Gene Thompson Eric Tidwell Vicky Tjaden Michael Trainor Barbara Turino Leni Tydon Mary VanDrie Jerry VanDoren Valorie Van Natta Terry Vol k Kathy Wagnon Alan Walker lan Wallace Mitch Ward Doni Watkins Janese Watson Mark Weinstein Nita Weisenseel Harry Wenzel Vickie Werner Julie Westover Tom Whitney Kim Wiley Sue Wilson Tom Wilson Carol Witt Kirk Wolfsberger Ann Work Todd Yasin Doug Yates Vickie Zeiler Julie Zo bel Chuck Zopfi 184 RN W i K A W 4' f ' 1 i few ir gil it YA , r ! W get ,M K way it 'z L J if i eli f ' ' :IT J' . 1523 Q- . - I K . 132-.1 . ' , ' ,- QS-f it L,-:ii .. i..H . asia' ' J A..k. . A rv i, lfw '- - . ,. V4 Q gf K i s SH if i .MW Ar 'W 04 .i 1 ul .L i 'S - We H i,w::'1 f-.- if ,Krew if I -Jw Hu f ' f - , 3 . J 52. 1 ,,y, . .. re ,Q ii Qsritezl ' 'Y " : e279i:3ie2l,:e- 'ti f i 'li' X ai i 'Q f-. . fu Q I ky' s - -za' . ti if .li.r M x , 5. J, . , 4. ,... .. 5' g x , it tm X Q 2 H A I , L ff' W Q ...i i ' Freshmen felt they had more freedom now that they were in high school. They could bethemselves and think forthemselves. It was a big change and sometimes very confusing, but they were looking forward to the next three years of work and fun. The Freshmen hope to contribute their part to make ESHS a better school, and to take from it the knowledge forthe future. ir Y 2 i n 6? N J ,ry i t can sl Q 'Q ' 4 1 .,.l 5 K . L? 5 ' 'augur -3.3" 'SN ii 4- ... J . Q 5 ff 5 I fl - ff i if Lf,l.r: 1 any K .lin A J . 3 Q M 45 fl f A - . YL: 1 W 392 52' 0 . .,. K J . ' v wx r 'F if , i se ssr l H f t ff 1 x .Q-A-cv fi 5 xx xx s- -2 Q W5 A W 5' is 'M . ' mf Q M E 5 ' ' H Q ' . ,' .,,. QQ " , ,Bs ' O' me . ff T y -Q N '46 Quv 1 L,- I Freshman Juanita Ramsey gives a helping hand at the Senior Class summer paper drive. X Meeting every other Tuesday night, six concerned citizens served as members of the School Board. In efforts to make education in the EI Segundo School District both pleasurable and effective, they discussed the Dress Code, examined new textbooks, and con- sidered new, progressive teaching methods. llllnulr 1. Dr. Dale Harter, Superintendent, 2. Mr. Eugene Broadwater, President: 3. Mr. Melvin Westover, Vice-President and Mr Sam Douglass: 4. Dr. Wesley Farr: 5. Mrs. Zonetta Cargill, Clerk. A native of Pennsylvania, graduate ofthe University of Nebraska, coach, and coming from Lawndale High School where he was assistant principal for seven years was Principal John Machisic Having received his doctorate at USC and having 16 years of education experience, Dr. Machisic got into the swing of things at ESHS by showing concern for a new dress code and becoming extremely interested in the Southern California Regional Occupational Center. This year Dr. Machisic gave 11th graders a chanceto visit SCROCi to see howthe center operates. He was also impressed with some of the classes offered at ESHS, such as Behavioral Science. "I 'm interested to know what the kids are thinking and what they have to say." This quote exemplifies the philosophy of this new and concerned principal whom you see every day tal king with the students. Above: Dr. Machisic raps with students during lunch. Upper Left: Dr. Machisic-our new, concerned principal. Left: ln a tour of the new building, Dr. Machisic explains to student government. 187 1. Mr. Frank Craven-Assistant Principal of Pupil Ser- vices. 2. Mr. Frank Craven leads the spirituous Eagles. 4. Mr. Robert Kingston-Assistant Principal of Ath- letics and activities. 5. Yell leader Bob Kingston. l l i l Watching for bare feet, beards, and burns, has become a thing of the past for Assistant Principal Frank Craven With his help and support, the students made efforts to revisethe Dress Code. When not involved with matters of disci- pline, he was assisting with counseling and guidance of ESHS's students. Directing student activities was Assistant Principal Robert Kingston whose face was seen at the dances, rallies, ath- letic events, assemblies, and in student govern- ment. Perhaps the only person to understand the maze of scheduling activities, he was in charge of planning the master calendar. l88 iw From scheduling of classes to informing students about job and college opportunities, the Counselors made sure each student would meet graduation require ments. Having several contacts with each student duringthe year they were able to helpthem set their goals according to ability and achievements. Caro llffiliiiii lf icldrv' 'wx A 1. Mr. Maurice Ward, 2. Mrs. Eleanor O'Hair, 3. Mr. George Hall, 4. Mr. Robert Bristlin, 5. Mrs. Dorothy Stuckeman. 1. Mr. L. Cummings American Studies U.S. History 2. Miss Karin Kesselman Civics 3. Mr. Martin Ableser ,Behavioral Science Civics 4. Mr. Wallace Duffy World History Drama Stage and Sound Crew 8. Mr. John Stevenson Freshman Studies Coach 9. Mr. Terry Crystal World Humanities Coach 10. Mr. Clyde Dougherty Freshman Studies af s l E Filth 11 W I X! i. l l wo A ,- Q WL. Meeting Wednesday mornings as the students slept an extra hour werethe Teachers. Besides faculty meetings, they spent several hours outside of class planning programs and grading tests. Mr. Frank Real Spanish English S. L. Miss Neva Hitchcock Spanish English Mrs. Beth Wolf French Mrs. Margaret Potter Latin English .Miss Yvonne Adler German English 191 Mrs. M. DeSmidt English Rhetoric Mrs. Virginia Petty English Rhetoric Mr. Richard Peterson English World Literature Student Govern ment Miss Pamela Dokken Journalism Bay Eagle advisor Mrs. Lloys Erickson English Mrs. Kathryn Peterson English Speech Golden Eagle advisor Mr. William Watkins English American Studies Coach M91 PEQERS Wi.. 1 - - e 9 .s .f Vw .Y Showing us new ideas and bringing to us new insights who shared with us were the Teachers the knowledge they have gained during their many years of teaching. '?"?,1 ffl 1?'K: f"' ' 5 ' 'ii g 1. M r. Dick Whittington 4. M r. Robert Thorsen 'ii-:TQ 4 Algebra Geometry L ' ,,,Ak- f, M Foundations of Math Math Analysis .K .VV. X , . z Coach , ... 1-9925 bl nj, -, fX.v.,Q Wsisgi XR . 10 A Ki' fi i xP'Aw--lir' .. F if 5. M r. Doug M inner , C. , 2. Mr. Don Woodsmall BuSineSSMath UD ' Algebra Physical Education Xi 3 we fag Coach Coach gif' 2- 3. Mr. Steve Newell ' ' V Algebra f Math Essentials 1 Foundations of Math 1' Coach 193 X. J , i Us., , W ,, 1. Mr. Anothony Hess Typing Business Math Pilot and Navigation 2. Mr. Willard Harden Biology 3. Mr. Milton Olson Work Experience SCROC 4. Mr.James Kerker Earth Science 5. Mr. Tom Felix Life Science Coach 6. Mrs. Anne Lenker Typing 7. Mr. James Anderson Business Practice Business Math 8. Miss Cecile Gelinas Physics sbs P00 BBW N39 9 1 Q I is 'IH 2 Chemistry Algebra np- X , W.. A 8 .Q wk ggi' If ff 1 Bringing us the new experiences were the Teachers who involved us in interesting projects and experiments. r I ii: 7, Q I . ' , ,i ' I S 2 t .i ' a g H t -- s xv, S v 2 i. . ik EH 1. Mr. Allen Carson Power Mechanics Wood Shop 2. Mr. Jewell Smith Wood Shop Home Mechanics 3. Mr. Doug Henderson Photography English Science 4. Mr. Fred Sorkin Reading Improvement English Coach 5. Mr. Robert Conner Driver Education Driver Training Freshman Studies 6. Mr. PhilGingrich Metal Shop l96 y Some new, others teaching different subjects, butall teaching in the subjects they know so well were the Teachers of El Segundo High. .efss Y ffdi 'qt Q K blfbbtigf Wes' 14' '75 XXX A 1. Mr. Phillip Wood Ceramics Design Crafts 2. Mr. Richard Tash Varsity and Stage Ba nd Strings Orchestra World Humanities 3. Miss Dianne Simons Chorus 4. Mrs. Nanette Fisher Homemaking 5. Mr. Daniel Jeldum An Design Crafts 6. Mr. David Garinger Mechanical Drawing Wood shop 7. Mrs. Dodie Daoud Art Jewelry World Humanities American Studies -sl, I 6. Mr. Dick Carter Special Education Coach 7. Mr. John Hale Physical Education Weight Training Coach 8. Mr. Joseph Hern Opportunity Physical Education Coach Typingthe daily bulletins, answeringthe phones, keeping the attendance records, and always being helpful were the Secretaries. Busy with eye checks, hearing tests. aching heads, and upset stomachs was the School N urse. Sri r Eli 1. Mrs. Mary Rose Liedke Guidance Secretary 2. Mrs. Pauline Engle Guidance Secretary 3. M rs. Agnes Evans Secretary to Assistant Principal of Activities 4. Mrs. Caroline Adams Secretary to Principal 5. Mrs. Shirley Malm Secretary to Assistant Principal of Pupil Services 6. Mrs. Margaret Cuzick ASB Bookkeeper Attendance Secretary 7. M rs. R uth Patrick iv F xljr hun f-tx xg x E, X Attendance Secretary J, ii . J 8. Miss Lorraine Thorson ' - School Nurse I lg ifwsrzq. 2. :: ce M'--Llxfez-Us '- "'-'.-'.T:'5:125 K ,Asif 1::.1.f:::E1'-1'-' .. '--'few' ' " ' '-. ,f"""" ' C2ll2I.2.. '5" f ff ':::'-'rn' .' A -J 198 4.-.zz-1"-H'iZLQ:f'. 'A ,-W'-'.5.Q.gI14 -3j,:f"Q vm: A 8 ,ln-,:.,:.j:,:.j33x, ,ii m. N.. Welcomed by all to help us. of the hungry students Working long hours at El Segundo to keep were the our school hot lunches sanitary and attractive prepared by the hardworking were the Cafeteria Staff. Custodia ns. Whenever we needed to find a book we know we can look to the Librarians JI. W 4h S .Mrs. Doris Rosenburg Librarian . Cafeteria Staff: left to right Mrs. Marion Stephens Mrs. Barbara Culp Mrs. Eileen Montz Mrs. Frances Dent, Manager Mrs. MaryJane Hardoin Mrs. June Cox Mrs. Leona Evans .Mrs. Dorothy Floyd Librarian 4. Mrs. Lauretta Burkett Librarian .Mrs. Dorothy Gross Librarian 6. Custodians: left to right Mr. Jim Hamilton Mr. Dick Schroer Mr.Jerry Witt Mr. LarryMisel Mr. Rex Piatt .Mr. Jack Wilson Curriculum Coordinator Audio-Visual JD' 'iq Ads and Index i Helpful, community minded, and needed by young and old alike, the Fire Department is represented by the El Segundo Firemen'sl Association. The President of this Association is Larry Sheldon, assisted by Vice President Jim 0'Brien and Secretary-Treasurer, Dan Seard. The Fire Department of El Segundo consists of fifty- fourfiremen in Suppression, three in Fire A Prevention Bureau. Fire Chief Harry R. Gates and civilian Secretary Flo Nast. The Department operates on a 3-platoonbasis, with a Battalion Chief in command of each platoon. Equipment consists of three Engine Companies, one Truck Company, and the Rescue Unit, with a Reserve Unit in case of additional alarms. The most l important factor of the Fire Department is to protect andlor save Life and Property, and these men so dedicated to this profession are never farther away from the citizens of our City than a telephone call. 'T 201 . General Index Acappella: 121 American Field Service: 54 Art Guild: 109 Basketball: 82-91 Cafeteria Staff: 199 Counselors: 189 Ceramics: 108 Cross Country: 74-77 Dedication: 6 Design Crafts: 108 Epsilon Sigma: 53 Faculty: 190-195 Football: 58-65 French: 98 Freshman Class: 178-185 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica: 1 13 Graduation 119701: 20-21 Golden Eagle: 19 Homemaking: 100-111 Homecoming: 42-45 House of Representatives: 31 Index: 200 Ju nior Class: 160- 1 69 Key Clu b: 52 Latin Club: 100 Librarians: 199 Library: 102-103 Marching Band: 38-39 Mechanical Drawing: 105 Metal Shop: 106 Nurse: 198 Pep Club: 46-49 Principal: 187 Prom 119701: 18 School Board: 186 Screaming Eagles: 50 S.C.R.0.C.: 112 Secretaries: 198 Senate: 30 Senior Class: 136-159 Senior Class Picture: 9 Sophomore Class: 170-17 7 Spanish Club: 96 Stage Band: 122 Table of Contents: 1 1 Theme: 5 Vice Principal: 181 Waterpoloz 66-73 Wood Shop: 104 Wrestling: 78-81 Seniors .A. Aiken, Jim: 82,136 Allison, Krik: 138,148 Allison, Roy: Babcock, John: 128,136 Bader, Robert: 136 Bahny, Bonnie Sue: 29,34,53,136 Bailey, Jim: 136 Bailey, Scott: 120,136 Barboza, Yvonne: 136 Barcus, Bruce: 58,137 Baxter, Ronald: 137 Beach, Sandee: 137 Bedolfe, Glenn: 58,137 Bell, Kim: 137 Benedix, Bill: 82,137 Benfield, John: Berenger, Martha: 111,113,137 Bimber, Eric: 43,58,59,60,137 Bower, Liz: 54,137 Bowler, Melissa: 43,43,131,137 Branam, Mike: 82,84,85,137.152 Brandon, Joyce: 25,27,29,30,31, 46,47,48,54,137,138 Brett, George: 58,59,6O, 109.138, 152 Brumfield, Scott: Brumpton, Bill: Buckingham, Sherry: 32,53,54, 138,158 Buffalow, Ed: 138 Burgdorf, Dan: 136,138 Buschkotter, Dale: 138 Buyan, Mika: 138 Byrd, Mary: 117,138 .c. Cameron, Gayle: 35,138 Carlson, Janeen: 48,49,53,138 Carr, Linda: 139 Carroll, Ed: 139,154 Carson, Vicky: 35,111,139 Carter, Tim: 58,59,139 Carvalho, Edwiges: 27,53,54,55, 139,146 Castle, Cynthia: 128,138 Chamberlin, Leanne: 139 Chieppa, Angelo: 139 Christensen, Judy: Churchill, Ruth: 48,48,49,139 Clark, Cyndi: 34,140 Coleman, James: 74,75,128,140 Collette, Christine: 53,54, 140 Copeland, Dan: 140 Copeland, Will: 140 Cottriel, Cathy: 140 Cowan, Gary: 128,140 Crable, Gaile: 128,140 Craddock, Chris: 141 Crews, Glenn: 141 Cripe, Les: 54,55,128,129,138, 141 Culbertson, Bob: 58,141,152 Culp, Heidi: 53,117,141 Cummings, Jim: 141 Cummings, Robert: 70 Curry, John: 80,141 Davis, Karen: 116,141 Deck, Patrick: 141 Deeter, Linda: 141 Disbrow, Michael: 141 Dlugaiczyk, Barbara: 141 Dobrovolny, Roger: 141 Dobruck, Chuck: 142 Dohmann, Paul: 82,83,129,142 Donahue, Leo: 129,142 Dougherty, Dean: 58,60,142 Doukakis, Richard: 56,58,60. claflin, Don: 139 142,157 Clark, Carla: 33,140 Dow, Dan: 128,142 KEN STIEWEL INSURANCE ,.,:::gf:::::" AGENCY, mc. 351 Main Street El Segundo, California 90245 Insurance With A Purpose KEN STIEWEL 322-5585 President 772-2782 Doyle, Sherry: 142 Drozd, Diane: 142 Durkos, Michael: 142 Duvall, Mike: 51,142 Dye, Georgie: 143 Dyrdahl, Craig: 143 Elmstrom, Pamela: 30,35,143, 146,155 Ernest, Dana: 28,30,31,58,59, 82,83,84,128,129,143 Estrada, Marco: 143 Evans, Matt: 143 Evans, Roger: 53,54,96,143 .F. Farnsworth, Linda: Faut, Pamela: 143 Fenny, Mary Ellen: 144 Finnie, Shane: 123,144 Flayer, Janice: 144,146 Fletcher, William: 144 Ford, Jana: 116,117,144 Fowler, Steve: 120 Franco, Jose: 144 Freeman, Laura: 144,145 Fields, William: .G. Gagain, Debbie: Gangawere, Barry: 144,152,154 Gerughty, Kathleen: 53,1 19.128, 144,158 Ghent, Jack: Gilbert, Jeff: 58.60.144 Glotz, Michael: 58,59,60,144 Gober, Randy: Goeglein, John: 144 Goessler, Phillip: 62,145 Goodale, Nancy: 25,30,46,48. 52,145 Green, Karen: 33,36,145,148 Griffin, JoAnne: 145 Griffin, Randall Grosvenor, Mark: 145 Guarisco, Laura: 145 Gutierrez, Noel: 58,145 .H. Haley, Nancy: 145 na" 'We """"jr: Hambrlght, Cathy: 46,47,48, 145 Hambrlght, Doug: 62,63,146 Hamilton, Candy: 13,146 Harbin, Rhonda: 146 Hardin, Debi: 35,146 Hare, Mike: 58,146 Harmon, Joseph: 146 Harr, Vlckle: 147 Harrington, Curt: 120,147 Harter, Nancy: 147 Helvey, Tom: 109,147 Herman, Dan: 128,147 Hlnes, Klm: 112,117,147 Hinkle, Debbie: 21,46,48, 141, 147, 1 51 Hobe, Bill: 75,76,147 Holcomb, Frances: 34, 53, 147 Hough, Deby: 53,147 Huey, Jan: 32,41,43,53,147 Hughes, Debbie: 113,119,147 Ingersoll, Ben: 58,148 .J. Jenkins, Jeff: 51,148,154 Jensen, Valerie: 148 Johnson, Marva: 25,29,46,48, 54,138,148 Johnston, Frank: 120,148 Jones, Julie: 148 Judge, Frank: 21,29,41,43,58,61 129,141,149 Justice, Brad: 149 .K. Kessener, Richard: 22,23,29,54, 138.149,151 Klstler, Mlke: 18,58,60,149 Kline, Kenny: 149 Kulp, Stuart: 23,149 Kuyer, Ron: 140,149 .L. Lagotta, David: 51 ,82, 149 LaMar, Guy: 149 Lamay, Jim: Lemon, Dan: 149 Long, John: 41,131,138,149,151 Lorentzen, Nancy: 149 Lourey, Bob: 58,60,149 Lowe Bob: 58, 59,61 , 1 50 Mackln, Kathy: 33,102,119,150 MacLea n, Carlos: Majors, Randy: 58,60,150 Maloy, Vera: 53,150 Martln, Bill: 150 Martin, Rick: 58,60,150 Martin, Tricia: Matthews, Dan: 150 Maxwell, Mary: 150 May, Don: 51,150 McCarthy, Dennis: McCready, Melissa: 25,29,46,48, 1 19,131 llccreary, Jan: 151 McDowell, Keith: llcilvaln, Naomi: 53,98,151 McKee, Barbara: 15 1 McKinley, Susan: 54,151 McMulIln, Rita: 151 Meredith, Rick: 151 Mllls, Debbie: 151 Mlller, Ray: 74,1 51 Mlttie, Dallas: Mone', Brent: 151 Morton, Susanne: 53,152 Mullins, Bob: Murphy, Janice: 30,35,53,54, 131,152 .N. Nagle, Brad: 112,152 Neely, Mark: 152 Nelson, Carol: 53,152 Newman, Cheri: 152 Newman, Dan: 152 Nichelson, David: 152 Nickens, Gary: 58,107,152 Norris, Jeff: 29,58.59,152 .0. Obradovich, Jim: 25,58,60,109, 153 0'NeaI, Betty: 153 Ottinger, Mary: .p. Paff, Joyce: 35,53,54,55,153,157 Peterson, Dawn: 153 Petett, Jodie: 107,136,153 Phillips, Brenda: 153 Platt, Mike: 153 Pogue, Marcus: 58,143 Procopio, William: Good Luck Congratulations Class of 1971 El Segundo Brake and Wheel Alan West 322-1370 Class of 1971 gh, USED K wsiili, ' ' KA., 3, ARR 'W WE we :QS W5 Quilt, Judy: 154 Qulroga, Frank: 154 Raab, Karyn: 154 Ramey, Jeffrey: 50,51,66,69,154 Ramsey, Michelle: 35,53,54,154, 157 Rasmussen, Ron: 154 Ray, Valerie: 25, 29,46,48, 109. 131 , 1 54 Renlro, Ed: 154 Roach, Christine: 154 Robertson, Clndi: 154 Robison, Debbie: 53,155 Roseland, Daren: 100,101,155 Roth, Collen: 100,101,155 Rowland, Wally: 74,75,79,155 Runkel, Carol: 117,155 .5. Sanders, Donna: 27,47,48,108, 138,155 Schaeffer, Bob: 58,128,155 Schmidt, Ken: Schoenbaum, Richard: 155 Scott, Leslie: 155 Segers, Pete: 66,67,69 Self, Olivia: 155 Sherman, Keith: 155 Slatton, John: 66,67.69,155,158 Smith, Debbie: 29,155 Smith, Karen: 156 Smith, Kathy: 156 Smith, Keri: 156 203 Smith, Pauli: 156 Smolinski, Joyce: 156 Spielman, Reldaz 156 Stanton, Kenneth: 58,59,81,156 Stephens, Jill: 74,156 Stephenson, Ronnie: 120,156 Stewrt, Kelly: 156 Sturm, Susan: 53,156 Sullivan, Nelma: 156 .1'. Trocosso, Terry: 157 .V. VanBuren, Donald: 128,157 VanVranken, Patty: 48,49,53,54 157 Victorero, Zoila: 157 Volk, Bob: 107,157 Vranas, Darlene: 157 Wagnon, William: Walkey, John: 66,100,101,157 Wallace, Sue: 157 Wallace, Valerie: 111,113,157 West, Steve: 58,79,158 Westover, Janis: 46,48,53,158 Wheeler, Kenda: 158 White, Linda: 53,158 Whit-lord, Kathy: 117,158 Wiegers, Carla: 53,158 Willbrandt, Kathy: 22,23,34,158 Williams, Jim: 158 A.. .j 1' Jr. 'f 3 1 F" ,' 5, ,ggi , ' 3 4551531 1 5 - -- ,,.pg2v if Q 1' 3? Q J A. 3 5 , 1, ,V ' I - f . i ? - gi: 5 ' 3 f' a ,Z , V, sm- EQ5 73,2 . v V. 4. 4 1 , 3 ,MQ ' 15511 - .. - 4 ' 3 ':-if?':-2551 -' . . .,,.,i-:L - V . T: 'ffvYfii-LT,-:,,i-'Q 1 3-:gs . 24: 1 ffzzlglgt y ' ,f5,l4ig'5P,T-f, - 1 . .': 1'f'.A - , Sb, .fi-:prfxfv ff :Lfiefif 5 'Mi T!31iE:X?.1?53" 2,1 te, .1-i-vt 4' -- ,iltu -: . 1 22' 1.6346 iii :ii 1573 Hd, ffi fr-' :Sw-'zg in -1- 'i:""",l' :S ' -113 1 , 1 :,fg..--,fu . , . ,gn -L.. K, -': -, .',. ,,:'1,f,e.- v:. - ,A,l.1.,,'g-tg. W. --4...,f,g1,:-U, 1, ,,.':f We - -, - g,:-2 ,if .. .-1 , li' ?"1'g'-Ji wr 'figig-,.-me, -' 'M' .9 "- w w . f ,gn .-aol-In-we t..' fp M ', - 5-gf! - ' va, slim. , n 5 ". 1" 'h fgfi--,." 1.1 mt: pn, ,. '.f-vig'-Q 7.'Q-"ix, ,I . 4-A-M-ar -. Wilson, Bob: Wilson, Greg: 159 Woehrer, Evelyn: 27,54,55,99, 128,159 Wolfsberger, Kim: 62,159 Woodward, Don: 159 Wylie, Mike: 159 .y. Young, David: 142,159 Young, Steve: .Z- Zagorski, Barbara: 35,109,159 Zimmerman, David: 159 Juniors .A. Abbott, Susan: 160 Adams, Bob: 62 Albinus, Barbara: 34,160,161 Armstrong, Billie: 160 Ashley, Mark: 54,71,100,101,16O Ashley, Sandra: 70,160 -B- Baker, Donna: 169 Banas, Mike: Bayes, Debbie: 54,160 Bell, Donald: 82,160,165 Bernard, Cindy: 110,160 Black, Debi: 35,160 smile about ntleld, Richard: 70,160 irackett, Janet: 160 vown, Alan: 62,160 Lrown, Shirley: 160 -rumley, Susan: ryant, Steve: 82,169 udd, Susan: -urnett, Steve: 160 usenga, Doug: 51,76,160 usick, Bruce: 160 yrd, Ralph: 79,160 .c. alhoun, Gerald: 160 annon, Candy: 160 apone, Robin: 160 arman, Daniel: arr, Jim: 160 astle, Richard: 109,160 astle, Robert: 160 halmers, Helen: 160 lark, Brad: Iements, Boyd: 160 levenger, Gordon: 66,68.69,161 obis, Emma: 161 oney, Pam: 119,161 ook, Elin: 54,161 ook, Pat: 106,148,161 orey, Pat: 161 orona, Alma: oulter, Bill: 161 rawford, Jerry: 161 ronin, Sean: 161 rook, Michael: 161 undifl, Kathy: urtis, Mike: 161 urtis, Steve: 29,31,86, uthbertson, Joyce: 113,117 algleish, Ken: 29,58,61,161 avis, Vicki: 161 uir, Larry: 161 evilbiss, Cheryl: 32,119,161 olbee, Diane: 161 omann, Steve: 161 uwd, Kathy: 161 yches, Steven: 76,169 ldy, Terry: 62 :cles, Debi: 35,162 lzard, David: 162 more, Arne: 162 mstrom, Beverly: 162 'ans, Carolyn: 162 'ans, Robin: 162 .l:. ras, Mike: 162 thy, Stephen: 62,162 rrquehar, Tim: 162 ller, Randy: 162 sher, Steve: 39,162,163 Ich, Karen: 119,162 lzpatrick, Carol: 162 -gg, Kenneth: 74,162 iwler, Ann: 162 io, Mike: 51,162 .G. nston , Laurie: 162 ery, Pat: 62,104,162 mzaloz, Luis: 162 Goodman, Mike: 162 Gragg, Lark: 33,163 Griffin, Regina: 163 Habermann, Marina: 163 Hamaker, Steve: 66,163 Hamrick, Karl: 51,75,76,120,163 Hansen, Larry: 120.163 Hildebrand, lris: 163 Hobe, Ben: 163 Hodder, Tom: 163 Holmes, Gary: 163 Holmes, Jerry: 163 Honseler, Monika: 163 Howard, Vicky: 163 Howell, Beverly: 108,163 Hubbard, Jim: 163 Hull, Cindy: 3O,54,163,167 Hunter, James: 164,165 Hutchinson, Kathy: 128,129,164 4. Ireton, Theresa: 35,164 .J. Janssen, Michael: 62,164 Jellison, Mike: 82,84,164 Jensen, Scott: 164 Johnson, Debbie: 164 Johnson,Jeff: 51,164 Johnston, Anne: Johnston, Linda: 164 JoIIy,Tom: 164 Jones,AIan: 164 Jones, David: 164,166 Jones, Debbie: 99,164 .K. Keane, Renne: 111,169 Kelly, Pat: 164 Kessener, Bob: 96,164,166 Kline, Steve: 164 Knox, Donna: 164 Kommel, Ray: 62,164 Konecny, Alex: 164 Kongable, Felicia: 54,113,164 Kucera, John: 164 M.G. o JAGUAR 0 AUSTIN HEALEY 0 VOLVO TRIUMPH o HILLMAN o VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE Airport Foreign Car Service FOREIGN CAR REPAIRS TONY B: RICHARD 212 E. IMPERIAL AVE. 322-7633 EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. 90245 EL SECUNDO LOCK 81 CYCLE auto - home - office complete key service Lock-outs Combinations changed Locks installed and replaced '735 Main Street El Segundo,, Ca. 322-3083 BCTV, INC. service - sales - rentals RCA 309 Main EI Segundo 322-6726 322-6955 .L. Lappen, karen: 164 Layne, Danny: 66,68,69,164 Layne, Patsy: 164 Leal, Steve: 82,83,85,164 Liedke, Brad: 66,67,68,164 Liles, Larry: 164 Limberg, Deanna: 54,113,164 Lindsay, Vanetta: 164 Linker, Barbara: 164 Lourey, Susan: 164 Luikens, Rob: 164 MacGregor, Bob: 58,60.79.164 Mack, Kenny: 164 Majors, Cindi: 33,164 Mann, Don: 74,75,164 Markel, Tim: 64,165 Marquez, Robert: 62,108,165 Mathany, Marilyn: 27.48.169 McAllister, Kurt: 165 McCarthy, Laura: 169 McDonald, Madeleine: 165 McEIvain, Noel: 117,165 McGregor, Scott: 82,83,85,165 Mclntyre, Laura: 165 McKean, Marianne: 119,165 McLellan, Sharon: 165 Living through a year of exciting change, Junior Becky Simko pon- ders the future. McMahon: 119,165 McNutt, Dale: 86,165 Meeks, Roger: 165 Meredith,Janice: 33,165 Metcalf, Rick: 169 Metcalfe, Bill: 79,165 Miller, George: Montz, Donna: 165 161,165 Mor an Pam 34,161,165 E . I Morrice, Mary: Mosher, Karen: 165 Mote, Susan: 166 Mrdali, Debbie: 119,166 Mullins, Joseph: Murray, Gayle: 166 Myers, Jeannie: 36,46,47,48,127, 166 Nagel, Luanne: Nutz, Cyndi: 32,166 .0. 0'Connor, John: 66,69,166 0'Grady, Denise: 166 Oja, Robin: 166 Olson, Sharon: 113,166 Oppolzer, Michael: 166 Orlowski, Chris: 58 Osorio, Amin: P. Patterson, Toni: 166 Pederson, Bob: 166 Peters, Randall: 166 Peterson, Jim: 166 Peterson, John: 166 Pi ott, Monica g : Philips, Debbie: 166 Piller, Babette: 166- Pleick, Andrea: -166 Pleick, Tony: 58, 59,82,83, 165, 166 Porter, Ricky: 166 Potter, Dana: 166 Prewitt, Donna: 166 Pritchett, Steve: 86,87,166 Raculia, Pat: 167 Ramey, Suzanne: 167 Randall, Mike: 62 Randall, Ronald: 39,43,163,169 Randazzo, Suaan: 167 Ray, Carol: 167 Ray, Terry: 62,120,167 Reed: 167 Reed, Leslie: 167 Reid, Kim: 167 Reid, Anita: 167 Retzlaff, Elaine: 167 Riessen, Becky: 167 Serving the students of E.S.H.S. as well as other community citizens, the businesses of El Segun- do can satisfy all the family wants and needs. Everything from shoes to a new outfit-or from haircuts to gasoline. These fine stores aim to satisfy and please the customers-the students of E.S.H.S. At right: "Stephenie" Fisher bust- les around on the foot- ballfield. jERRY'S SHOES 81 ANDREA'S BOUTIQUE TRADITIONAL CLOTHES STEVENS FOR MEN 400 Main 322-5365 428 M s 322'5861 Ei. 5EGUNDO?IgALIl Congratulations Seniors from JOE 'S 8230 A.M. TO 6 P.M. TUES- THRU SAT. SHOE SHINE TED'S BARBER SHOP 757 SEPU LVEDA Barber P:-ions: 322-9736 EI- SEGUND0- CA'-'F Riggens, Daniel: 86,167 Roach, Charisse: 167 Roach, Faith: 110,167 Roberts, Jack: 167 Robinson, Lori: 102,116,167 Roth, Ramona: 34,35,119,167 Ruane, Marion: 167 .5. Sacks, Jill: 119,167 Salo,John: 167 Salter, Kim: 35,167 Sberna, Frank: 64,167 Schaffer, Bill: 86,105,167 Schlottmann, Richard: 167 Schader, Sandi: 117,119,167 Schraum, Laura: 33,167 Schumacher, Patty: 119,167 Scott, Cheryl: 119,167 Sheehan, David: 66,67,69,168 Shilling, Steve: 86 Shockley, Mike: Simko, Becky: 128 Smith,Jerome: 168 Smith, Marlynea 168 Smith, Margaret: 168 Smith, Tracey: 168 Smith, Valerie: 168 Spittler, Kent: 168 Stratton,Jana: 168 Stewart, Tara: 33,168 Stiewel, Brent: 168 Storm, Shirley: 54,96,99,168 Sullivan, John: Summers, Debi: 168 Swan, Patricia: 168,169 Swiggum, Stewart: 87,168 Form Divine Figure Salon Personal Attention At "Divine Prices" For Ladies 436 Main 322-2131 535599 '55, A M1115 431 MAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. C2131 322-0170 Downtown El Scgundo 566 WASHINGTON ST. MARINA DEL REY, CALIF. 12135 821-3300 Marana West Shopping Center P1 .1-. Thanos, John: 168 g Thomas, Ellen: 35,43,127,168 ' Tidwell, Jeff: 82,168 Toka, Joe: 168 Tonkevich, Linda: 168 Touri, Michele: 119,168 Turino, Gina: 168 .y. Vanderwerl,Gail: 169 VonFlue, David: 76,168 .w. Walsh, Margie: 34,127,168 Weber, Garth: Weinstein,John: 168 Wendell, Lynn: 29,35,119,168 Wharton, Gaynor: 168 Wheeler, Marta: 168 White,Glen: 168 Wiitala, Barbara: 88.89168 Wiley, Emily: 119,168 J -i ij , Wiley, Susan: 168 if-ifgw 9 wiikinson, sue! 168 ,. Williams, Angela: 34,119,168 it Williams, Bill: 168 Williamson, Vicky: 33.168 P' Wills, Kim: 32,119,168 Wilson, Carl: 58,169 Wilson, Sean: 169 Wilson, Richard: 169 Wise, Richard: 169 Wolf, Charlene: Work, Keith: 169 .y. Young, Betty: 30,35,169 Young, Mike: 169 R BALBOA ISLAND C COSTA MESA -265 ' .V EL SEGUNDO C ,G . ""' SOUTH COAST PLAZA Sportswear o Dresses 0 Swimwear o HUNTINGTON CENTER , C Um 549'3"39 LAGUNA BEACH General Offices and Receiving ' i852 Kaiser, Santa Aria, California 92705 THE CITY PLAZA l 5 I I 1 E "fabrics with a flair" TODDY BROWN MANHATTAN BEAC , YUM YOUNQGREN H CALIFORNIA 90266 545-2451 1 143 MANHATTAN AVE. 2. l P 'lim HA 3,1 Sh." A . -- , Hey, Eagle Swingers!! Have you been to the "NOW" places such as MoIIy's Folley, or the Hemline, or the Wet Seal, or the Form Divine?? These places feature the Now styles for young and old alike. Thinking young is a habit with these places as teen-age consumers account for more than S15 billion of the nation's purchasing power! Opposite Page: Looking up to the sky are Chet Harter and his friends. Above: Hunting for bugs and fashions both require a keen eye, as demonstrated by Steve Fowler, Noel McElvain, and Boyd Clements. 209 Allen, Debbie: 54,170 FARMERS INSURANCE GROU P NICK FLOOR DAVE JONES AUTO- FIRE- LIFE WORKMAN'S COMP TRUCK 208 MAIN ST EA2-4464 FROM LA. 678-7487 .Z. Campbell,Pamela: 123,170 CampbeII,Sherry: 170 zagorski, Donna: 34,35,169 CBPICOW' Vim: 170 Carlson, Kristie: 48,49,54,97, 170,173 Sgphgmm-95 carr,.ieaneue: 99,170 .A- Carr, Laura: 119,170 Carroll, Rick: 171 Carter, Keith: 171 Anderson, Jackie: 29,170 Anderson, Jim: 170 Anderson, Mark: 170 Armstrong, Pam: 170 Arnot, Tony: 170 Bacon, John: 177 Bader, Patti: 113,170 Bannerman, Kevin: 170 Barnett, Robin: 170 Beall, Susan: 33,118,170 Beaty, Greg: 106,170 Bechard, Marsha: 119,170 Bectel, Don: 64,170 Biggs, Debbie: 54,97,170 Booher, Kent: 170 Booterbaugh, Paul Botfeld, David: 70,170 Braden, Sally: 119,170 Brady, Monica: 170 Brand, Betty: Brauninger, Nancy: 170 Briese, Phil: 64,170 Brookens, Ben: 70,170 Brumley, Jerry: .C. Campeau, Susie: 98,170 Cary, Ron: 171 Chamberlain, Cathy: 119,171 Chambers, Nancy: 96,171 Chavez, Jim: 62,88, 104,171 Chieppa, Nicky: 64,171 Citty, Kirk: 171 Church, Mary Lynn: 119,171 Clause, Barbara: 171 Cleary, Craig: 88,89,171 Coffey, Dan: Collette, Carl: 62,171 Copeland, Cindy: 171 Corbett, Valerie: 171 Corbett, Wendy: 171 Cost, Garry: 171 Cottriel, Debby: 30,171 Crockett, Deanna: 171 Cummings, Kathy: 30,171 Curtis, Kenneth: Curtis, Lori: 48,49,171 3 - -D. Devilbiss, Mark: 171 Dexter, Robert: 62,171 Dicks, Vicky: 119,171 Disbrow, Steve: 171 Dobrovolny, Joe: 171 Dow, Kelly: 171 Dubois, Dennis: From pencils to typewriters, from car insurance to toy trains, the El Segundo Businesses provide the young consumer with the best merchandise they can buy. Teenagers have been exposed to the best of advertising on television, radio, and billboards. They know more about products and merchandise than perhaps any other group. The Golden Eagle advertisers value the friendship and relationship that good advertising builds with the teen clientile. They want honesty in their businesses. They wa nt you, the teenagers, to be satisfied with your merchandise. So take a break in your busy, schedule and visit the advertisers of this year's Golden Eagle, you won't be sorry! Below: Bob Kessener ponders the need for earthquake insurance. Farnell, Cyndi: 34,172,173 E? arresi Siaiioners, nc. COMMERCIAL STATIONERY - OFFICE EQUIPMENT HADLEY ACCOUNTING FORMS DUPLICATING PRODUCTS OFFICE FURNITURE DRAFTING SUPPLIES Edwin Cosfenborder Secretary 200 Wesf Grand Avenue El Segundo, Calif. 90245 EAstgafe 2-0125 - SPring 2-2890 Holly, Lee: 172 Holman, Maaike: 99,172 Howard, Karen: 32,119,172 Hutchinson, Keith: 172 Hyatt, Carla: 172 .J. lacobson, Joyce: 96,177 lohnson, Howard: 172 lohnson, Gil: 172 lohnston, Nancy: 99,172 lolly, Edward: 173 lones, Evelyn: 99,173 lones, TeriLee: Iustice, Pam: 33,119,173 .K. Kainer, Mike: 173 Kay,Janet: 173 Kelly, Colleen: 173 telly, Donna: 173 Kinney, Susanne: 173 Kirk, Nancy: 173 Koppelman, Marie: 173 tornatoski, Keith: 173 tuhn,Dennis: 173 .L. .affon, Jon: 173 .agotta, Meryl: 48,49,173 .ake, Rosanne: 118,173 ..aIone, Gary: 173 -andreth, Brent: 173 -arson, Kirby: 173 -awrence, Dawn: 173 -eBlanc, Cathy: 99,173 .ist, David: 173 .ong, Dave: 62,86,173 -oweIl, Leslie: 54,97,116,118,173 -ucero, Linda: 173 .ytIe, Alice: 173 IlacGIashen, Barbara: 173 llaclay, Bill: 173 Ilalles, Frank: 173 llanochio, Joan: 173 Ilarklry, Joan: 96,97,173 Ilarquez, Terry: 173 Ilartin, Cheryl: 173 dartin, Kim: 173 Martin, Shari: 119,173 llason Sherlin: 173 Ilartin, , Sally: 54,118,174 IQ-1 Pinplu- 179 .E. Efflandt, Denise: 33,172 Ellis, Janet: 54,96,172 Elmore, Marva: 172 Erlandson, Anne: 172 .p. Faut,Mark: 177 Flato,WiIIiam: 172 Foley,PauIa: 172 Ford,Steven: 102,172 Fortini, Jeff: 172 Liz' VVEDDING INVITATIONS. STATIONERY HALLMARK CARDS. PARTY GOODS GIFTS. MONOGRAMMING. BUSINESS CARDS MRS. ELIZABETH M. MCCARTHY 323 NIAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO. CALIFORNIA 90245 213 322-0727 McClary,Michele: 54,174 McGarry, Kevin: 51,64,174 McKean, Susanne: 48,49,174 McMiIIan,Cindi: 43,48,49,127, 173,174 Mcnabb, Patti: 174 McNaughton, Roc: 97,173,174 McNulty, Brian: 39,66,68,71,174 Metcalf, Louise: 174 Miller, Marsha: 174 Miller, W,J,: 174 Miller, Xavier: 174 Minkler, Dave: 62,88 Mohr, Steve: 70,177 Moucheboef, Frank: 120,174 Mrdalj, Becky: 174 Mulch, Kathy: 174 Murphy, Nancy: 36,174 Murray, Debi: Muus, Paul: 174 Nelson, Linda: 119,174 Newman, Bill: 64,174 .Q. 0'DelI,Mike: 62,88,174 Orlowski, Vic: 174 . -P- Padien, Mark: 62,174 Pagett,Glenda: 48,49,119,127, 173,174 Parks, Michael: 174 PartIow,Jim: 174 Pendleton,Gay: 174 Perry, Dean: Pessia, Nancy: 174 Dnhnvenn Iannnn. 1711 Fortman, Jay: 172 Francis, Carrie: 172 Franklin, Jeff: 172 Freelich, Judy: 172 Frye, William: 172,174 .G. Gangawere, Joan: 172 Gentry, Bryan: 76,172 Geringer, Linda: 172 Glidewell, Bob: Goeglein, Pat: 172 Goodale, Karen: 119,172 Gould, Richard: 64,172 Graff, Jack: 64,172 Graham, Glenn: 172 Griffin, Debbie: 177 Grimaud, Rennee: 172,174 Groff, Valerie: 54,118,172 Grounds, Randy: 172 .H. Halleen, Dean: 172 Hamaker, Lisa: 116,118,172 Hann, Katrina: 172 Hargrave, Don: Harmon, Georgia: 172 Harter, Chet: 39,170,172 Herrera, Evelyn: 172 Helvey, Phyllis: 172 Holcomb, Lora: 119,172 COMPLETE LINE OF HOBBIES AND SUPPLIES EL SEGUNDO HOBBY SHOP 409 NIAIN ST. EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. JIM 8: DORIB OTTMAN EA 2-3774 Pitchford, Mack: 174 Powers, Mike: Proctor, Ann: 99,174 Pultz, Loy: 174 Purvis,Johanna: 174 Ramey, Pamela: 174 Ramsay, Karen: 119,174 Randall, Lisle: 64,88,89,174 Rasmussen, Dave: 174 Ray, Peggy: 34,119,174 Reardon, Colleen: 54,99,119,174 Rick. Scott: 174 Ristovski, Mite: Robbins, Joann: 174 Roberts, Mike: 174 Robison, Mike: 88,174 Rodrigues, Gloria: 177 Roseland, Dawn: 96,174 Rossiter, Mickey: 174 Ruttinger, Paul: 177 Safarian, Michele: 54,171,175 Sant, Chris: 175 Schleuniger, Paul: 175 Schmutz, Teresa: 33,172,175 Self, Kathy: 175 Shaffer, Kathy: 175 Shanks, Patty: 119,175 Shoemaker, Caryn: 118,175 Simonson, CharLou: 54,175 Sinclair, Peter: 175 Smith, Karen: 175 Smith, Nancy: 175 Smith, Richard: 88,175 Smith, Shirley: 175 Smith, Tim: 175 Snow, ldonna: 48,49,127,175 Spees, Tim: 120 Sperry, Thomas: 80,175 Speuity, Charlotte: 175 Spoor, Bette: Stapleton, Robert: 62,175 Steffer, Florence: 119,175 Steichen, Kurt: 43,62,175 Stephens, Terry: 175 Chxnknnpnn llilfn. 17C Mr. Felix demonstrates "2" or " Peace" Sturgeon, Doug: Sturm, Diane: 113,175 Stuthard, Senoma: 175 Sundquist, Charla: 99,175 .1'. 1'homas, Susan: 175 Tilford, David: 175 Thurgood, Jeanin e: 123,173,175 Tomaszewski, Meg: 175 .U. Uhey, Melinda: 32,175 .V. Valles, Maria: 111,175 VanBuren, Linda: 175 Vanderwerf, Leann: 175 Varela, Martha: 175 Velzy, Malia: 175 -w. Walker, Jessie: 175 Wallace, Kristie: 113,175 Wamock, Randy: 177 Warfield, Linda: 32,176 Warren, Jeffrey: 176 Warrenberger, Don: 177 Watson, Tina: 175 Walton, Conrad: 175 Watkins, Mari: 176 Welch, Kathy: 176 West, Chris Westover, Polly: 176 White, Debbie: 176 Wiley, Walter: 88,176 Williams, Dave: 176 Williams, Eddie: 64,176 Wilson, Don: -176 Wilson, Mary: 176 Witt, Jim: 70.71.176 Wolfsberger, Keith: 51,88,176 Woodward, Kathy: 176 in Life Science Class. Zurbia, Simental: Fresh men .A. Adams, Adrienne: 178 Aidens, Tracey: 118,178 Almaguer, Argel: 80,178 Anderson, Pat:178 Anderson, Sheryl: 178 Armantrout, Hurbert: 51,178 Armstrong, Burl: 178 Armstrong, Sharon: 118,178 Amot, Paul: 178.181 Barnwell, Paul: 80,120,179 Barton, Chris: 179 Bayes, Evelyn: 127,179 Bell, Cara: 30,179 Bell, Jeff: 179 Bennett, Kathy: 123,179 Bertelsen, Skip: 179 Bisbey, Johnette: 179 Bogossian , Ben: 51,80,179 Batting, John: 179 Bowie, Laurette: 118,179 Brandon, Kathy: 179 Bridges, Catherine: 179 Briese, Linda: 179,185 Brinex, Mike: 179 Briney, Mike: 51,62 Brown, Bert: 80,179 Brown, Beverly: 118,179 Brunt, Sandi: 179 Bryan, Barbara: 179 Byme, Mary: 179 .C. Campbell, Peter: 179 Campbell, Sandra: 179 Capo, Richard: 64,179 Capone, Robert: 179 Cargill, 1'im: 64,179 Casler, Cheryl: 179 Castle, John: 80,81.123.179 Castle, Rnonr: 76 179 Claflin, Nancy: 118,179 Clarke, Carolyn: 118,179 Clevenger, Bradley: 179 Coleman, Don: 51,80,123,179 Coles, Glenn: 51,76.123.179 Collings, Jeanie: 179 CoIIings,Julia: 123,179 Conner, Don: 88,179 Copeland, Dana: 185 Corey, Stacey: 179 Cottriel, Margaret: 43,179 Craford, Mitch: 179 Crews, Stephen: 179 Crope, Madeline: 54,179 Cummings, Brad: 179 Cummings, Maureen: 11 1,179 Curry, Eric: 179 Cuthbertson, Bill: 76,179 .D. Dare, Susan: 179 Deets, Greg: 179 DeFontes, Bemie: 179 deHermlda, Kip: 64,179 Demuth, GerryDic: 179 Dick, Dawn: 179 Dickens, Dame: 118,179 Dobrovolny, Dennis: 64,179 Dobruck, Maureen: 179 Dodgen, Due: 179 Dojcinovic, Tony: 179 Drozd, Greg: 179 Durbano, Lori: 118,179 Durkos, John: 179 .E. Congratulations, Class Of 1971 PETERSON BROTHERS MOLD CORP Precision Mold Making Center 132 Nevada Street 322 5223 Easy, Daniel: 64.180 Eaton, Don: 180 Elliott, Clyde: 180 Emest, Dorinda: 118,180 Evans, Dana: 180 .p. Feller, Shane: 180 Ferguson, Brian: 80,180 Flynn, Terry: 180 Folkerson, Cindy: 180 Francis, Leslie: 180 Franco, Patti: 180 Francois, June: 180 Frledllne, Steve: .G. Gallagher, Patrick: 180 Geisler, Robert: 180 Ghent, Steve: 180 Glidwell, Mike: 180 Glynn, Elizabeth: 180 Glynn, Patrick: 180 Gould, Kenneth: 180 Gulick, Robert: 64,120 Gutierrez, Jeanette: 180 Guy, Paul: 39,170,185 .H. Hall, Tom: Hall, Richard: Hambright, Davey: 180 Hamilton, David: 180 Hammack, Grace: 180 Hancock,'Jeff: 62,88,89,180.183 Hanes, Cheryl: 180 Hare, Rosemary: 118,180 Hargrave, Becky: 180 Harrington, Tom: 180 Hayos, Joan: 180 Hebrard-Grienauer, Susan: 180 Helms, Shannan: 180 Hettinger, David: 180 Hines, Joe: 180 Hoggan, Margee: 180 Holly, Rhonda: 180 Holman, Peter: 180 Honseler, Loetta: 151,180 Horst, Susan: 1 18,180 Horton, Brenda: 118,180 Hull, Sandy: 54,180 Humphries, Dean: 181 .J. Jack, Jeff: 76,181 Janssen, Catherine: 118,181 Jeck, Randall: 51 Jellison, Vicki: 30,127,181 Jensen, Pam: 181 Johnson, Bob: 181 Johnson, Diane: 181 Johnson, Karl: 51,181 Johnston, Mitchell: .K. Karutz, Ken: 70,181 Kincel, Roberta: 99,181 Kline, Den lse: Konecny, Patty: 181 Koppelman, Parl: 322-0407 A. L. MURPHY 130 West Grand Avenue ' El Segundo, California 90245 Bureau of Electronic Repair Registration 457356 LECTRA HOM E SALES ALL TV SERVICE 322-0373 OCCASION GIFTS 415 MAIN ST. 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Sanchez, Mary: 185 Saran, Valerie: 183 Saylor, Janet: 183 Schaefeer, Virginia: 183 Schmutz, Gary: 183 Schraum, Robert: 183 Schultz, Scott: 183 Scott, Veron: 183 Shannon, Jamie: 118,183 Shilling, Gay: 64,183 Shirk, Becky: 183 Shriver, Sam: 183 Simpson, Karen: 111.183 Smith, Bob: 183 Smith, Bryan: 64,183 Smith, Darrell: Smith, Deborah: 183 214 Potted Plants Funeral Wreaths El Segundo Flower Shop 408 Nlain Street El Segundo, Calif. Margaret Wickman All Hours 322-2777 Owner 322-2886 6Dg OIDBFS -s1""'5o I E ELINOR LEHMAN 305 RICHMOND ST. my EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. 90245 F.T.D. 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Yasin, Todd: 184 Yates, Doug: 184 -Z- Zeller, Vickie: 184 Zobel, Julie: 184 Zopfi, Chuck: 184 Zubia-Simental, Elma: 185 NATURALLY SUPERIOR DRIVE IN DAIRY 450 Main Street El Segundo Douglass Mortuary has served the community and school of El Segundo for many years. Mr. Douglass has served on the School Board and Mrs. Douglass has been most active in B PW, Business Professional Women. EI Segundo Flower Shop and Leh mans Florist have provided flowers for Homecoming and Proms. The Superior Drive In has prompted Eagles to drink more milk and juices than ever before. All of these places are a vital link between teens and establish ment, and the generation :gap narrows. Below: Marva Elmore lines up for another shot. lift' l we Ev, ti sis 6, .. A .-vw--Q Y WW WSW 512 CENTER S EL SEGUNDO, CALIFORN VILLAGE DRUG BERNIE KASTIGAR REG. PHCBT, ' PROPRIETOR 50 R FEET EL SEGUND I I Village Coffee 514 Center Shop Your Host Pearl 81 Joe Taylor Mariposa Market 1160 East Mariposa 322 ' 8828 Roland Blakeman Ray Lamphere MR. 45 MRS. GROSV MR. 8. MRS. om BUFFALOW ENQR EY Rs Pi-iiuP A-Hu MRS, Nl Mm. MRS. ARTHUR Jones MR 4 . MR-19 MRS S' R-D . OLAF WENDELL I ' WORK J, pEpERsEN MR. s. MRS. ROBERT lVlR.84 MRS. WILLIAM H. KESSENER MR.8tMRS. .i.c. EVANS, ROGER, Neil., RANDY I if f f ..... ..., ...W . Lf S Jof QOURNIER 60044 Advertising clues the Eagles to go where the "in crowd" goes and that may often be the Mariposa's Village where a market, coffee shop, gift shop, drug store and other shops assist young people in their search for bargains. The students of E.S. H.S. patronize those businesses that offer them reliable services and.products. They believe that reliability increases the popularity of a business. Many of these same businesses employ students and alumni. When a business place can be trusted to do all it promises, and supports the young people and their activities, its customers will remain happy and return to buy again. "7 il' if ' ' 'hi' 'g' "" Below Left: Coach Stevenson still finds the old building a comfortable place. NATI ONALLY ADVERT! SED BRAN DS DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE - HOSIERY ary nne Shoppe 335-337 MAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. EASTGATE 2-1653 ggi cgagolau ligzcvzy A BOOK STORE SPECIALIZING IN TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS 331 RICHMOND STREET EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. 90245 32.2-3161 A Bergen Brunaufig Company SCI-IEFIEFI COMPANY Scientific Supplies IVIARILYN FILSCJN Adverclsrng lvlanager' 291Cor'elCIrele f fh,v'3,. -.ww-fs? ,-Q 52 vs ll' 'Wx ,A El Segundo. Callf. 90245 I Q Phone: 772-3581 Auv, --1'oNv'- -'cARM" fnoila gras. DEALERS SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 765 SEPULVEDA AT NIAPLE EL. SEGUNDO, CALIF. PHONE EA 2-9960 Towmo B: ROAD SERVICE EA 2-3646 FREE PICK-uP an DELIVERY SP 2-1833 DA 7 X P1 i at lei. A s, . 1 yig L . f -X i f: . . 5:15 f K "til, A g ft Q 1.92 Left: Smiling as he works, Dean Perry completes a project in Design Arts and Crafts. Below: Efficiency is the word, and an- nual staffers Chris Collette frightb and Joyce Hayos hustle to class. Like television, newspapers, and magazines, the Golden Eagle relies on advertisingto produce a large and complete annual for the student body and community. El Segundo's business and industrial leaders have recognized the young people of our community as a necessary part of the economic structure. Statistics show that teenagers tend to be the nation's top consumers. Whether it is a new dress or suit or a corsage for the prom, youth must face the final question of where to buy. Later they will face the question of where to live and what occupation to choose. All of these choices will effect the community. Hopefully they will consider those businesses of El Segundo in their choices The entire student body and especially the Golden Eagle Staff wish to thank you for supporting our school and the 1971 Golden Eagle!! Thank you!!! 8629 So- Sepulveda Westchester, Calif. 90045 g 641-2023 L 645-8294 X' 776-4439 vvestclwster Music, Inc "' "Everything in Music" 3 . it 9101 S. Sepulveda Blvd. JOHN R. JAROS Los Angeles, Calif. 90045 BOB MCCARTHY SPRING 2-2988 EASTGATE 2-1544 "A COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE" Mccarllxy Insurance Agency 339 MAIN STREET El.. SEGUNDO. CALIFORNIA AUTO - FIRE LIFE - BONDS - LIABILITY - COMPENSATION If AWG, 7:16. Cr-mmic Kiln: ' Heat Treating Furnace: ' Indusfrial Oven: 353 CORAL CIRCLE EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. 902115 'is' TELEPHONES: 772-2557 l 772-2558 ' 322-21430 JOHN F. RINDGE Area Code 213 A, .Y.,,,,,, fbi, what UJ P! 3 JPCSISYLS L X K x l w- .-if X HX Xftfx wx 1 H N XX xx T V ' T' X, -. -i x ,-N MY lx 5 X , A be , X5 Q OU fifh, X hh 8 Q AQ, -, 'Por' 0115! lzileamug 6 We ? ?P We, the Jesus People, are a self organized group who share the peace of Jesus. We meet on the front lawn of E.S.H.S. at noon during lunch every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Jesus People enjoy sharing Jesus with anyone who is sincere in sharing his love through prayer and Bible study. We are Happy and Proud to say we are CHRISTIANS. This song expresses our feelings: We are one in the spirit, we are one we will walk hand in hand and together we'Il spread the news that God is in ourland. And they'll know we are CHRISTIANS by our love, BY OUR LOVE! in the Lord, we will walk with each other, CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATION CLASS OF 1971 AND GOOD LUCK IN YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS. Sta nda rd Oil Compa ny of California 4 West EI Segundo Bo 322-995 iixi-I-li ,,,,, im- With only three seniors graduating from last year's lineup the 1971 Eagle Baseball Team had little trouble living up to its reputation as a devastating competitor. Except for a few close games that threatened to tarnish their undefeated league record, the Eagles easily overpowered the other teams in the Pioneer League. After clinching their umpteenth league championship, the Eagles advanced to the CIF-AAA playoffs. The Eagles easily handled St. Berna rds and Oxnard. At Upland the horsehiders jumped on the Upland pitching and took an early lead in the first two innings. But Upland came back with a 6th inning rally that almost took the Eagles out of championship contention. The semifinal playoff against Bellflower at El Camino College was the most thrilling and hea rt-stopping. The game went scoreless into the bottom of the seventh until Kirk Allison was R doubled home by George Brett. At the grudge match with Lompoc at Anaheim Stadium, the Indians scored their lone two runs in the first inning, but the Eagles came back in the third to win the game on a bases-loaded double by Kirk Allison. The Eagles scored two more "insurance runs", but Allison's three RBl's were all CIF-AAA Player of the Year, Scott McGregor, needed as he shut out Lompoc for the remaining six innings. The Eagles were the 1971 CIF-AAA Champions!! ,W V Above: At the Anaheim game Coach Stevenson kept l X - 1 ..... . , . . . . V . V ....-. A VW A V stats. Left: Kirk Allison doing his thing. running. Belo mi th W gr Bob Schaeffer's shotgun arm cut down many a baserunn- .VV VVV ww., ..I' VV M i . ,,i.V.,.,,,.f, we 1 - ' ' i A H ... T ea:7'+.. - . A VV7' Q VV , , ..V.. Veg l"' V V, ...,. .. .VW ,asa .. , z.. .,.. . '17 Ti ' KAKK , . V . .VM ' ' Y ' "- . files . um.. .t .. fa fc. , '-4 " 'Sig 'Ei-Ify.:,E .gg ,,.:. ,,,g:,,,g , L EL SEGUNDO SEASON RECORD C33-2D 4 Anaheim 1 4 West Torrance 1 O Arcadia 1 4 Palos Verdes 8 3 Mira Costa 1 8 'Lawndale 1 8 Serra 4 7 'Lawndale 4 20 Arcadia 11 14 'Lennox 1 5 Redondo O 4 'Lennox 2 20 South Torrance 4 8 'Murphy 5 4 South Torrance 3 4 'Murphy O 4 WestTorrance 3 1 "S-t. Monica O 3 North Torrance 0 3 "'St. Monica 2 15 "'Lawndale 11 3 'Miraleste 2 4 "Lennox 3 2 'Miraleste 0 7 'Murphy O 7 if St. Bernard 3 5 "'St. Monica O 8 j4Oxnard 1 5 'Miraleste 0 5 !fUpland 4 3 West Torrance 2 1 yllBeIlflower O 9 "'MiraIeste 1 5 ffLompoc 2 'Pioneer League Games ff CIF Playoff Games Above Left: With bases loaded in the third inning at Anaheim, Kirk Allison prepares for his turn at bat. Left: Alter the dust settled, the Eagles received their championship trophy. Below: Assistant Coach Cummings Cstandingj watches the game in- tently. 1. Coach Stevenson 2. George Brett 3. Kirk Allison 4. Ed Carroll 5. Frank Judge .Jim Aiken A combination of factors made this year's impressive record possible. lt began with ha rd practice, one of the fi nest baseball coaches around, and a squad of seasoned veterans trained well at their various functions. lt began with the spirit of champions, the knowledge that they were the best and had only to go out on the field to prove it. It began at El Segundo and ended only at Anaheim Stadium. Scott McGregor led the Eagles onslaught with some of the finest pitching s. as .. s 6 7. Ed Giotz in ESHS history. The exceptional fielding and A f 1 fantastic batting average ofKirk Allison added ' a real boost to the line-up. The brilliant ' 2 3 4 performance of George Brett assured the . , Q' team of victory. These and the others on the N 1 Q 5 6 7 team all helped bring glory to ESHS. ty, L 8 5 r s . xg ' 8 .aww '-f, 4359 ,Ml 4 x '5 .A 1 8 , nj wil azsi , ,fi -is ' Nam Q, if - 3 EH-it" 8 5 2 3 6 Jim Bailey Bob Schaeffer Bill Benedix Scott McGregor Steve Doma nn Jeff Tidwell Stewa rt Swiggum f 1 1 tfyiea From left to right: Kevin McGarry, Steve Fahy, Mike Jellison, Ken Dalgleish, Terry Ray, Steve Curtis, Don Bechtel, Rick Smith. Tom Soto, Jeff Franklin, Phil Briese, Mark Padjen. Jeff Hancock. Dave Long, Keith Hutchison, Lisle Randall, Bill Newman, Coach John Kerker. This year the JV Baseball Team ' took first place in their league with a 15-1 record. The fine coaching of John Kerker and outstanding capabilities of the team were reflected by the fact that most of their games were won by wide margins. Phil Briese was the outstanding pitcher with three 1-hitter games this yea r. Steve Fa hy and Mark Padjen shared hitting honors with batting averages above .400. For the team, the batting average was over .310. With this kind of talent, next yea r's varsity team will be well stocked with hard hitting players. The main base- stealers were Steve Fahy and Steve Curtis and Mike Jellison. JV SEASON RECORD El Segundo 8 3 9 3 11 11 7 5 4 8 16 10 10 8 5 Lawndale Lennox Murphy St. Monica Miraleste Lawndale Lawndale Lennox Lennox Murphy Murphy St. Monica St. Monica Miraleste Miraleste Opponen l Below: the JV mainstay, slugger Jeff Hancock, displays his versatili by stealing second standing up. Below: Centerfielder Dave Long successfully steals third base, Right: Catcher Steve Curtis clowns in his "banana hat" before a league game, V A. lik QQ?"- , .J 'mx . QQ .gg 1 S -. anvil' I N ,W ml! Q V+' ,S vii! l 1 - 1 PIN Lg ,W , ,, X X 4 N ,cw ... new ,V ,Y xx 39 ,A I L If .. This year's Frosh-Soph Baseball Team under the direction of Coach Larry Cummings was very successful in their games. Instead of being in the Pioneer League with the other teams, the ba by Eagles prefer to play the tougher teams in order to prepare themselves for the JV and Varsity teams. Some of the more outstanding players on the team were Lisle Randall, Eric Tidwell, and Craig Cleary. This team will yield quite a few good players for our Varsity team next yea r. Above Believe it or not this hit by Eric Tidwell was a home run!! Left: Wind- ing up and delivering Craig Cleary demonstrates the pitching that led the Eagles to victory Below After frustrating the pitcher, Eric Nagel makes it ferro, Steve O'Neill, From Left to Right: 1st Row: Maureen Cum mings, Maureen McGarry 2nd Row: Todd Yasin Alan Walker. Richard Capo, Eric Nagel, Mike Glidewell 3rd Row: Matt Mullins, Mike Quisen bery, Lisle Randall, Tim Cargill, Mark Devilblss 4th Row: Coach Cum mings, Mike O'Dell, Craig Cleary, Dennis Riggins Eric Tidwell, Chuck Zop fi Not present: Dan Thomas. Steve Guasta es.,-'lf , .-.a v 49- .W For the past decade, ESHS has turned out numerous championship teams, and the G.l.A. Softball Team has convincingly established itself asa superior softball club. This year the team went undefeated in league play behind the brilliant pitching of sophomore Colleen Kelly. ln league play she allowed no more than two runs in any one game, and itwas frustation time when a team had to play ESHS. Most of the scores were lopsided C16-1, 200, 28-2, etc.J except for a score against Aviation, 2-1. ESHS' defense and hitting were generally tough against opposing teams, but the post- season match against Bishop Montgomery was a disaster as Kelly allowed nine hitsand six runs. ESHS was only able to score one run. an U Asn Row 1: Debby Cottriel Cheryl Martin, Donna Montz. Row 2: Linda White, Chris Collette. Debbie Landretl' Maaike Holman, Jackie Anderson, Colleen Kelly. Row 3: Grace Hammack, Faith Roach, Sally Brader Nancy Haley, Roberta Kincel, Mrs. Behrmann. ar-J Making it easy for the ESHS defense were Sophomore Colleen Kelly and Freshman Debbie Landreth who share 1971 Co-Most Valuable Player honors. ln this sequence lstarting from upper Ieftl Colleen displays her pitchir form: she struck out 38 batters this year. Above Right: Debbie's shot-gun like arm intimidated any and all bas l'lJl'lf1el'S. ,.v... 'A -J' x"" ,XJ Y an , Jnners Row 1: Ray Miller, Don May, Mike Duvall, Kurt McAllister. Row 2: Eric Bim- er, Chris Craddock, John Weinstein, Dave Sheehan. Row 3: Don Mann, Jim Cole- an, Dan Newman. Qgf eld Row 1: Jeff Jenkins, Pat Cook, Don May, Mike Duvall, Bob MacGregor, Jack Jberts. Row 2: Bob Wilson, Eric Bimber, Chris Craddock, John Weinstein, Kurt cAllister, Jay Fortman, Dan Newman, Ray Miller, David Tilford. Left: Mike Duvall breaking the school record in the 120 High Hurdles. Below: Don May makes a successful broad jump. it Q Pdf 'mf it ' i n J-M " ., R ., 1 J ' fi... Qese, 1 X .. is-.qpx 'ik is-' A in Breaking many school records this year, The Varsity Track Team finished a successful season. The two records were Mike Duvall in the 120 High Hurdlesand Don May for jumping6'6V2" inthe High Jump. This year's captains were Mike Duvall, Don May, Eric Bimber, and Bob Lowe. Other team leaders were Pole Vaulter, Rick Doukakis, High Jumper, Don Mann, Shot Putters, Jack Roberts and Bob MacGregor: and 2 mile distance runner, Ray Miller. 'on Tl lbs F I if r i f KA h ' 'N i A . Y " fi K G3 'Q Q A 0 2 at t J is ' ' , 'M V, Ev x, s ,cf , i s -' if , oil s if 'Y H K it tl 4. ni-. E- 1 l w V 4 3 2 f I -x f. .. A 5 V 1' J , ff. A . t T N TA X N -QV? ! 'fl X V AM aL A . 'v" Trackettes Row 1: Kathy Chamberlain, Michele Safarian, Diane Johnson, Peg Pederson, Amalia Templeton, Martha Leal, Zoila Victorero, Joann Harworth. Row 2: Debbie Arnot, Loy Pultz, Karen Dickens, Carolyn Clarke, Diane McCauley, Janene Peterson, Ber- nie DeFontes, Kristie Wallace. Row 3: Sue Beal, Robin Magraudy. Tracy Smith, Kathy Renfro, Ann Work, Nita Weisenseel, Julie Zo- bel. Row 4: Susan Wiley, LeeAnn McCanlies, Sandy Schrader. Naomi McElvain, Noel McElvain, Susan Mote. Right: Jack Roberts puts the shot a winning distance. When you heard the word "Trackettes" you probably thought it was a trackteam for girls, but it wasn't that at all. The purpose of the Trackettes was a very important one to our track members and our track coaches. Some of the important duties of a trackette member was to attend all track meets, and measure the field events as well as record scores in the score book. They put on pot luck dinners for the team and posted bulletin boards in the halls with the results of each meet. They notified the newspaper so the community was informed of the meet. The Trackettes were a group of dedicated girls who gave up their time to help our track season run smoothly. Girl Runners Row 1: Debbie Arnot, Diane Johnson, Michele Sa- larian, Zoila Victorero. Row 2: Loy Pultz, Coach Crystal, Janene Peterson, Coach Newell, Diane McCauley. Coach Hale. Right: Bob Wilson on way to a successful pole vault. I8 ,S JE.. s. "5 ... i 'W V Q l , ., t I - l J... 3 -Ng 3, ." ' S' , ,, Q ' 4 L, b in-.3 ' g K1 i 1, Row 1: Phil Goessler, Mark Weinstein, Pat Cook, Kurt McAllister, Karl Hamrick. Row 2: Don Coleman, Bill Cuthbertson, Mark Cross, Xavier Miller. Row 3: Walter Wiley, Dave Williams, Rich- ard Castle, Don Eaton. Row 4: Brian Gentry. Right: Dave Williams approaches the cross bar at 4'6". With many leaders this year, The Bee Track Team set a school record. This year's Bee Team was led by Alan Brown, John Weinstein, and Walter Wiley. The record was set by Wiley in the 120 High Hurdles. With some strong players this year, the Varsity Team looks great for next year. V :mfg 'J L+ , .-nj! ' 'J faulty 1 5 N- , if 1 Row 1: John Castle, Richard Castle, Kent Spittler, Paul Smith, John Weinstein, Dave VonFlue. Row 2: Richard Chabrajez, Don Lawrence, Steve Crews, Mark Weinstein, Jeff Bell, Xavier Mil- ler. Row 3: Harry Wenzel, Mitch Ward, Glen Coles, Jeff Jack, Bill Cuthbertson, Greg Drozd, Tim Machet. Row 4: Paul Arnot, Mike Roberts, Steve Disbrow, Dave Williams, Gayl Shilling, Don Eaton. Row 5: Bob Smith, Frank Malles, Jeff Johnson, Vic Orlowski. Scott Ziegler. Finishing an outstanding season, The Cee Track Team, won the League Championship with a tremed nous team effort. The Cee's climaxed their season by winning the "C" Dual-Meet Championship. The efforts of the entire team gave the Cees a victorious season and Mark Weinstein, a freshman, set a long jump record at 20'2". Two other outstanding freshman were John Castle, a semi-finalist in C.l.F. who is a potential record breaker and who has high jumped 5'8", and Bill Cutherbertson who was a hurdler and competed in C.l.F. Another player who was a record breaker was Paul Smith, who Pole Vaulted a height of 11'6". , fi .-fsewfm i iq-+.?"C,!4K5 fl ,, - Q Y ' I , ' '1 M 1 Upper: Dave Williams approaches the cross bar at 4'6". Lower: Mark Weinstein strives to come in first. With the smallest El Segundo swimming squad in the past 25 years, The Varsity Swim Team had a season that was highlighted by some very fine performances. The high point of the Varsity season came in the Beverly Hills Invitational Meet with twelve of the top swimming schools in the area. El Segundo finished third with only the four scorers: Gordon Clevenger first in the 100 yd. backstroke and second in the 200 individual medley, Brad Liedke first in the 50 freestyle and second in the 100 freestyle, Steve Hamaker third in both the 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle, and Liedke, Hamaker, O'Connor, and Clevenger who were first in the 400 yd. freestyle relay. This year Gordon Clevenger broke two school records, one in the 100 yd. backstroke which was previously held by Roy Saari in 1962, and the other in the 100 yd. breaststroke which was held by Glen Smith in 1969. The entire team this year only included two seniors, so the prospects for a successful season in 1972 are very hopeful. "!'l9PINN5 Row 1: Brad Clevenger, Bob Cummings, Mark Ash- ley, Jim Witt. Row 2: Steve Hamaker, Brad Liedke, Ben Brookens, David Botfeld, Brian McNulty. Row 3: John O'Connor, John Slatton, Gordon Cleven- ger. Right: Steve Hamaker takes his mark for another victory in the backstroke. Far Right: Coach Saari keeps a watchful eye on his swim- mers. ' 2 Cee Team Row 1: Tim Ra ndall,Rod Randall, Rick Peterson. Row 2:Tom Whit- ney, Tim McDonnell, Ben Bogossian. Only placing fourth in League, The Cee Swim Team also broke a record this year. Their record was in the 200 yd. Freestyle Relay in which four swimmers swam two laps apiece using the crawl stroke. The swimmers were Bob Cummings, Richard Botfeld, Brad Clevenger, and Rick Peterson. As most of the Cee Swimmers this year were freshman, the Bee and Varsity teams should be strong next year. Ta king second place in League, The Bee Swim Team had many strong performances this year. The strong performances by Mark Ashley, Brian McNulty, Bob Cummings, Jim Witt, and Ken Ka rutz in the freestyle events and by Brad Clevenger, Richard Botfeld, and Ben Brookens in the stroke events all helped the El Segundo Eagles to a very close second in League next to Lasuen, 87-80. With such strong swimmers on the Bee Team this year, the Varsity team in 1972 looks hopeful. Above: Tim McDonnell makes up for a slow start with a Eagle Victory. Ben Brookens takes a giant leap towards victory. Left to Right, Jim Peterson, Ken Karutz, Steve Mohr. With only one returning letterman, The Varsity Tennis Team developed into a strong team by the end of the season. Late in the season the Varsity team won its first match against their League rival Lennox 5-2. Their second win came the following week against Daniel Murphy 4-3. The strong individual efforts in League play were turned by Ken Schmidt, who won two first singles matches against Lennox and Daniel Murphy, John Babcock, who won twice against Lennox and once against Daniel Murphy. Dick Kessener and David Botfeld also won once against Lennox and Murphy, and Keith Kornatowski and David List defeated Murphy twice in doubles. With two juniors and five sophomores returning next year, the strong finish at the end of the season indicated a strong Tennis Team for 1972. Made up of mostly sophomores and freshmen, The Junior Varsity Tennis Team finished the season with a 4 win- 5 loss record. The outsta nding players on the JV Team were Paul Ruttinger, who played almost half the season on varsity, Roc McNaughton, Dave Hambright, Peter Holman, and Eric Curry. ln the final two matches against Miraleste, Dave Ha mbright had a 5 win-4 loss record, and Peter Holman did not lose one League match. TH, , uv , i . sa g I milf ,. .391 4? L.. .EQ '3 l , , f f- x J K V Y i .g -f . It f ! I IW' ' ,rt 'w ,, 5 5 'ff 4 A k .V si ' 1 9 1 Lt 7' rl is . J , ' sei 4 . , ,-213 iiii X N ' X tl 5? tx ' .,t. V gn' . X . -. - 1 ' -'. t' vw'-4 +- A U f 'f 'V' , tt t ' - N- ei 1 fi- 'K ' , 2' .tu-were 45.4 9 Row 1: Ed Buffalow, David List, Janak Desai, David Botfeld, Keith Kornatowski. Row 2: Ken Schmidt, John Babcock, Randy Grounds, Dick Kessener, Steve Pritchett, Steve Leal. JV Team Row 1: Dave Hambright, Peter Holman, Joe LaFromboise, John Botting, Doug . Busenga, John LaCognata. Row 2: Robin Oja, Roger Meeks, Argel Almaguer. Roc Mc- Naughton,Eric Curry. U-W r 'ffxx . ff 1.- x4, J ',.'7 'f .., ! riff 'I 1,1 Aff, 'vgx ,.. fa! 11g ,111 .'.'.11iff 2395 T ,fs ,111 1 1 1 1 - 1 , . . .,11k111x iiiiviiyxi .1 .iv-q1jQ3PfX r-iw- ,f 1 Y kv li , 1l1ky l,1Tf'Y-65 1 1 X '1'1'1k1 x YfKk,".' vuvl.l'R1,f Y dw, Left: First singles-Ken Schmidt, Second singles-John Bab- cock, and Third singles-Dick Kessener, display their individ- ual forms. Proving his dedication. Coach Watkins devoted many hours in strengthening our Tennis Team. riiyy, 1-azz-AE EL SEGUNDO HIGH SCHOOL ' Presents MQ D055 Q i Musicand Lyrics M by Jerry Herman Directed by Marc Fitch Vocal Direction by Diane Simons instrumental Direction and Orchestrations by ' Richard Tash Dances Choreographed by April Clough and Robert Klingman Involving over 150 students and rehearsing for over 3 months, the Music Department, under the direction of music teacher, Diane Simons, and Band instructor, Richard Ta sh, presented one of the greatest successes in E.S.H.S. history, the recent Broadway hit, "Hello Dolly". Playing to standing room only audiences on both nights of March 26-27, these dedicated young students proved that talent is indeed alive and living on the stage in the E.S.H.S. auditorium. Lori Curtis was outstanding in her role of Dolly Levi, the widow and matchmaker, star of the show. Steve Fisher in his role of Horace Vandergelder, the feed store owner whom Dolly finally captures, offered many laughs and chuckles as he danced and clowned his way around stage. Gary Cowan and Frank Johnson proved their versality as Barnaby Tucker a nd Cornelius Hackle, two you ng boys in search of love and adventure in the city. Ca ryn Shoemaker, Joyce Paff, Marva Johnson, Susanne Morton, Les Cripe and Richard Schoenbaum were excellent in their supporting roles. The chorus dancers and waiters' stunts added to the merit of this fine entertainment. Those who worked behind the scenes-the art department, stage crew a nd the photography, joined in helping "Dolly" ta ke a bow. Marc Fitch from the class of 1970 and El Camino students. Robert Klingman and April Clough, were indispensible for their help in direction and choreography. The student body, faculty, and community will long remember "Hello Dolly". CAST OF CHARACTERS tin order ol appearance! Dolly Levi .........,.. Horace Vandergelder .... Ermengarde Vandergelder .. . .. ...Lori Curtis ....,..Steve Fisher ..........Joyce Paff Cornelius Hack! ...,.. ... ....... Frank Johnston Barnaby Tucker ...... .... Ambrose Kemper Minnie Fay ..... . .........Gary Cowan . , .. . . .Richard Schoenbaum ......Marva Johnson Irene Molloy ..... ,Susanne Morton Rudolph ......,.... Ernestina Money . .... Officer Fogarty .... .. . ........ Steve Fowler ...Caryn Shoemaker . .... Bob MacGregor Judge .......... ............ L es Cripe Chorus: Melissa M C ady L Bot: MacGrego, Joyc Bandon L Frank Judge, Cindi McMillan A St F wler, Lind De ter Gt Alan B Michelle Ramsey Gt Mike Hare. V ky W lla 8. Paul Smith, Ch i Roach A Joh Long. Patty Shanks 6- Les Cripe. B B h y A M ty Ottingor G a Tu i o L M ke J rrssen. Colleen Reardon at Kevi B El R t lali 8. Dana E st. Debb'e Jo es 5 Jell Jack, Tom Patterson 8. K I H k D bb H nkl L Terry Ray Sherry Buck gham tl R e Ste c o G yle Murray dt Tim Sp S d Schrader DI g czyk Te y Flynn, Florence Stetler. Rick Wise. Mary Byrd 8. A Steve Crews. Barbara Dance Ensemble: Cindy Clarke, Heidi C lp Kathy Hambrighl, Debi Harden, Ba b L k E lyn Munjuia, Cheryl Stott Ja Sha On. Barbara A g I Wlliarns. Barbara Zagorski. Turino, Kathy Wilbrandt G ls E semhlez Mary Church, Parn Coney. Vicki Dicks. Dorinda Ernest, Karen Fitch, Jana F d La Gaston. Kathy Gerughty, Lisa Hamaker, Carol Hartman. Lora Holcomb. Karen H d D bone H ghes, Cathy Janssen, Noel McEIvain, Maureen McGarry, Carol Nelson. J a t R msey, L Robinson, Ramona Roth, Barbara Wiitala. Paraders: Kathy Bennet, Beverly Brown, Susan Horst, Linda Johnston, Linda Nels Pam R y, Kathy Wagnon. Wal s Scott Bailey, Kevin Eannerman, Alan Brown, Steve Crews, Steve F I B b G I k. Mike Hare. Mike Janssen. Frank Judge, John Long, Bob MacGregor. Marty Ottmger, Terry Ray, Paul Smith, Tim Spees, Ronnie Stevenson. Brad Svogar, Rick Wise. Pit Band Flutes: Susan Wiley, Dave Bolleld Oboe: Lynn Johnston Clarinet: Tony Avak. CharLou Simonson Bass Clarinet: Jeannine Thurgood Bassoon: Roc McNaughton Alto Sal: Lynn Johnston, Colleen Kelly Tenor Sax: Jeannine Thurgood Baritone Sax: Ron Randall Trumpet: Jay Harmon, Dave Sheehan, Nancy Chambers Trombone: Roc McNaughton, Zonia Nichelson Piano: Sherry Ping Mallets: Joe Stiers Bass: Pat Kelly Drums: Mike Frio M usicnl Numbers Act I Opening Call On Dolly .......,.....,.........,.. ..,....,...... C horus Just Leave Everything To Me ...,...,,...,.............. Dolly and Chorus IiPut My Hand ln ...................,................., Dolly and Chorus It Takes A Woman ......,.... Horace, Cornelius, Barnab a d M ' Ch Reprise: It Takes A Woman Put On Vour Sunday Clothes Ribbons Down My Back Motherhood ...,.....,....., y, , e Dancing .... Dolly, Irene, Cornelius, Barnaby, Minnie, Dance Ensemble, Chorus Before The Parade Passes By .,........... Dolly, Chorus, Dance Ensemble, Act Il Elegance ......,..,.... ....,........ C ornelius, Barnaby, Minnie, Irene Hello Dolly ...,.....,...,........., , .............. Dolly and Men's Chorus It'0nIy Takes A Moment ..., Cornelius. Barnaby, Irene, Minnie, Ermengarde. So Long, Dearle ...... ..........................,,....,... . ..., D olly Reprise: Hello Dolly ., ,.Horace, Dolly Finale ..,........... ...... E ntlre Cast Ensemble, Chorus, Girls Ensemble 1. Horace Vandergelder, Hay 84 Feed store owner, takes' a seat after his great number "lt takes a-Woman." 2. The play opens with Dolly singing "Just Leave Everything To Me." 3. Dolly Levi makes her grand entrance at the Harmonia Garden's restaurant. 4. Many long hours went into rehears- ing for this great musical, and at the final dress rehearsal. many have a pensive thought. 5. Policeman Bob McGregor arrests Horace Vander- gelder for not having enough money to pay his bill. 6. Minnie Fay meets Barnaby Tucker at Irene Molloy's hat store, while Dolly and Miss Molloy look on. On Thursdayand Friday, January 14 and 15, 1971, the Senior Class Play, Another Part of the Forest was presented. This drama was based on the conflicts of a Southern family after the Civil War. The play revolves around the greed of three children towards their father's wealth. M r. Duffy and the actors spend many hours practicing for the performance. Once again the actors showed true talent. Wi.. B .55 ."?i?',.-f . . ggi... . -'ff J' SA . K . 5 ft' 5 'av--' S r ff xi -3 3 1 7 A J ' .L X 5-ef ., A Sf' ,l Top Left: Main characters, Adrienne Adams . R and Steve Fisher, who portrayed Regina and ,f.,k53?Fg. ' ' 4 Marcus Hubbard, discuss her love affair with tai if, 51 , .1 John Bagtry. Top Right: Mr. Duffy, Play direc- x tor. Above: Coralee, Qleftl, played by Jana Ford, 1,1 Q' 4' gig: Ks discusses matters with Lavinia Hubbard, CJiIl Sacksy. Above Right: Entire Cast: left to right: Gary Cowan fSimon lshammj, Chet Harter Uakej. Jana Ford fCoraIeeJ. Debi Hardin qBir- die Bagtryy, Frank Johnston qBenjamin Hub- bardh, Gary Cowan CJohn Bagtryj, Kevin Ban- nerman COscar Hubbardj. Suzanne Ramey CLaurette Sinceej, Curt Harrington QGilbert Juggerb, and Les Cripe QHaroId Pennimanp. Immediate Right: Debi Hardin, who portrayed Birdie Bagtry, asks Benjamin Hubbard, played by Frank Johnston, for a loan. Far Right: Laur- ette Sincee, played by Suzanne Ramey. shows a feeling of anger after her finances father speaks harshly to her. Q 3 .. i 5 i 1' Q 1 .1 gf Egg It , .4 lag : qi - time 'We mx 'B ,ww it we ::' s ii? XS Now in its second year at E.S.H.S. Math Team competed in tournaments at least once a quarter with other schools in the South Bay Area. With the help and guidance of math teachers Don Woodsmall and Bob Thorsen, these "mathletes" competed in such mathematical areas as complex numbersand variable equations. Researching on unusual math fields rounded out the Math Tea m's objectives for the yea r. One of the many duties of Annual Class is to learn how to organize and plan pages. But as Robert Burns once said, "The best laid scemes of mice and men oft go astray' '... and so whatwasto have been Biology Club is now Prom Ca ndids. Perhaps it is fitting to say that the Biology Club was not extremely active, but it did exist and did enjoy an annual field trip to the San Diego Zoo. Hopefully, next year the Biology Club will be more active and hence easier to record in pictures, and the planning of the Annual Staff will be more effective also. But for what it's worth, here are some extra candids of the Prom. For the story, see pages 253-254. 1. From left to right: Roger Evans, Mr. Woodsmall. Colleen Kelly, John Slatton, David Botfeld, Roc McNaughton. Mike Roberts, Joan Nlarkley. Mr. Thorson. 2. Sitting and chatting with your friends or dancing to the tunes of the Vince McGraw Ensemble. was left up to you as the four magic hours whittled away. 3. With candles illuminating the table. couples Larry Hansen, escorting Marina l-labermann. and Jeff Gilbert escorting Carol Ray share a good joke on a memorable evening. 4. Tony Pleik and Emily Wiley live up to the theme "A Time For Us". Below: qleft to rightj Dawn Lawrence, Will Copeland, Zoila Vic- torero. Gary Cowan model at the Simplicity Fashion Show, Right: "Eat your heart out!" says Ruth Churchill as she models her formal at the Prom Assembly. Above Left: Chip Duvall on guitar sings for the student body along with fAbove Centerl Pam Duvall QAbove Righty Randy Burnette on bongo, and QRightJ Rick Duvall on guitar. Above: The Duvalls entertain the student body at their assent bly. Left: Randy Grounds recites his monologue "Why", Below Cleft to rightb Kim Hines, Steve Fisher and Lori Robinson sang "I Love Trash," at the Drama Assembly. ,fy -Q T .4 ' ln school where most thingsare homework, classes, lectures, and just plain old hard work, Assemblies, offered a cha nge of scenery-a welcome relief from the everyday humdrum of school life. The cha nge from other yea rs was obvious. Assemblies were for students by the students. The Girl's League sponsored the Simplicity Fashion Show where students of E.S.H.S. modeled currentfashions which are available in Simplicity patterns. Everyone, boys included, enjoyed wearing these groovy clothes. The Duvall assembly waswell received by the student body as Mike Duvall, a senior of E.S.H.S., introduced his brother, Rick, and his wife who told in song the story of their trip across country on foot. Mr. Duffy's drama assembly offered a chance for the drama classes to entertain us Y with their class projects-scenes from plays and dramatic monologues. The annual Prom assembly for juniorsand senior publicized the 1971 prom. "A Time For Us," and provided a fashion show of suitable prom attire. l l ?""'53i Under the curious eyes of El Segundo art seekers Cfar rightb, Senior Matt Evans displayed his creative talent at the potter's wheel. Right: Favoring a strong brass sec- tion, the Big Band did justice to a "Chicago" tune, Be- low: Vocalist Mike Duvall, accompanied by Lynn John- ston and lVlr. Tash, belted outa recent rock hit. Right: Here versatile Gary Cowan sang the vocal for "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" at the Band Assembly. El Segundo citizens were bombarded with all sorts of art Cfar rightb as they toured the Festival of Arts. Bottom Right: Under the close inspection of official timer John Long, Senior Governor Dick Kessener took the 1971 Chevy Vega through the Gymkana course. Grading him on this run was Mr. William Kessener, Dick didn't win, N Q 3-an . tiff . 1 as 2 H it ,Q 1, if - Y' fx,-"4" . uxbmvq: Springtime came to ESHS, and the spring ACTIVITIES AND ASSEMBLIES sprung up all over the place. On Sunday, May 23, 1971, the Fine Arts Department presented a Festival of Arts in Library Park for the students and community. Clowns, balloons, a Kiddie's Parade, puppet shows, and two band concerts were among the scheduled activities. Pottery, jewelry, paintings, and other objects d'a rt produced by the students were displayed and offered for sale. X ,., as-H-f wwf 'A i.-at The fine arts teachers Mrs. Dauod, Mr. Jeldum, Mr. Wood, Mrs. Holmes, Miss Simons, Mr. Tash and their talented students deserve the credit for this super-successful event. Swinging right along with the spring spirit was the Ba nd assembly. As usual, the Big Band was spectacular as they played a medley of "Chicago" hits. M r. Tash's Stage Band followed suit with their versions of recent CTA tunes. A new and different event for ESHS was the Safety Gymka na sponsored by the Chevrolet Division of General Motors and put on by the Senior Class. Judged upon a written test and a Saturday morning driving test on the blacktop by the auditorium, ten students competed for the grand prize, a 1971 Vega. S i' 'MNH' xg' i ..:l -lag 1971wasa year ofdynamic change,and the A 3 1971 Awards Presentation held in the IMC iMedia Centerl was no exception. Deviating from the traditional morning assembly, an X awards presentation was held in the evening so that X adults in the community could attend. Frank Judge recieved the coveted Harvey Hazeltine Award, and a most inspirational life pass went to Scott Bailey. This function was desinged to honor the usually unheraleded scholars and achievers at ESHS, and all who attended can attest to its sucess. f ffs , , .5 LAO is td l Above: Mr. Kingston had the distinct pleasure of announcing Mr. Sidney Franklin Judge as the 1971 recipient of the Harvey Hazel- tine Award, a gargantuan trophy and a most coveted honor at ESHS. So you can see. Frank was pretty happy about it. 0 Sponsored by the American Legion and American Legion Auxillia ry, Marva Johnson and John Slatton attended Boys' and Girls' State at the Sacramento Fair Grounds and at UC Davis last summer. These two were selected to attend by the faculty ba sed on leadership, personality, and academic achievement. The purpose of Boys' and Girls' State is to learn government by living government. ,xg ctcc ., Top Left: Senior Michelle Ramsey is called before the audience to receive her sealbearer gold tassel and "ropes". Left: Senior Chris Craddock here received one of the many awards recog- nizing his talent and work as an artist. Above: Seniors John Slatton and Marva Johnson pose in Library Park. These two were our 1970 Boys' and Girls' State representatives, Tensions from all the planning and working exploded into the gay festivities of the annual school Carnival on the weekend of May 7,8, and 9. Held in the City Hall parking lot, the carnival eased the unrest and boredom of school and brought a lot of us together as we worked in the AFS pizza booth, class and club game booths, and the dunk tank. Jeff Norris, House of Representatives leader, and Bonnie Bahny, ASB Treasurer, deserve much of the credit for the great success of this action-filled activity. Approximately 54,000 was made to buy a new ma rq ue for the school and to up-date the football score boa rd. The carnival brought a much needed cha nge into the lives of students of El Segundo, and the fun results affected us all. Working together to put on a carnival can solve many problems, but most of all, it solves the problem of school spirit as everyone gets involved in the working or going to this a nnual spring event. Top: Junior Gayle Mur- ray makes a sale to Joe Jones and the Petersons. Right: "You got me," ' cried Steve Fisher as FQ someone's powerful aim l dumped him into cold iii, waters. Below: Sopho- '5 l mores vie for oncomers J to their Milk Can Throw gg booth. Below Right: Every age group enjoyed this year's carnival. young and old alike. 33" .gnov -an ln s 1 , ..t... . fn. X .Q i '-'RSX , -- "fn Ay . M. fa- 2--.. 1 4, 'f pf- Q V , '- .. 'wx V " 4 4 T ' T, E .. 5 .. - 7 Q lr J 1 11 E 4 5 - ,X x as . ,, 1 ' S ,sf Lf 5 E' 1 .,.i 4 '- , A ' I " R ' s ar 1 ,. g . X' 1 .., ' ff g ' -' A 'fm . ' r I xi K X ,SA W Q.: X , . . L , 5 M . my F .g 5 , 1 V 7 .6 ,th What color is it? Who is it dedicated to? These questions and more were being asked before Annual Day finally arrived. Music by the Penny Arcade added to the assembly where the 1971 Golden Eagle was introduced. Incoming ASB president Steve Curtis was sworn in by outgoing president Da na Ernest and the new and old annual staffs were introduced. The cover was unveiled and the book was dedicated to our own Mr. Clyde Doughtery. Students then rushed to get their own copies and to see for themselves what they had been waiting forall year. Top: Seniors received their last Golden Eagle. Middle Junior girls inspected their 1971 Golden Eagle. Below Mr. Dougherty listened as John Long praised him for his hard work at ESHS. Right Prom Sweetheart. Valerie Ray, poses with her date Matt Evans and her princesses, Joyce Brandon, Cleftb and Marva Johnson with their dates, John Long and Dana Er- nest respectfully. Far Right: Mike Hare, Michelle Ramsey, Dawn Lawrence, and Craig Dyrdahl watch from the balcony as couples dance below them. Below: The Prom commit- tee, lead by chairman Janice Meredith and Junior Class ad- visor, Mr. Peterson. take time out from an important meete ing to get their picture taken. Sitting, left to right: Betty Young, Ramona Roth. Joyce Cuthbertson,Joyce Hayos, Gayle Murray, Janice Meredith, and Mr. Peterson. Standing, left to right: Ron Randall, Margie Walsh, Vicki Williamson. Lynn Wendell, and Tara Stewart. Bottom: Juniors, Seniors, and their dates dance slow as they reminisce about their high school days. . V 'Y .Qi X wif" , 1 ts 'D Q., 41" x gal i ll tr A ,f f U ' f .. Q. , uu.g w,,,,.,.-ox N,+ 5.9. ggi.. rx X t if? f l Y A time to remeber the old and the new-A time to live and a time to dream. The JuniorfSenior Prom wasa "Time For Us". Held at the Biltmore Hotel Collanade and Gold Rooms on Saturday, June 12th, from 8:00 to midnight, the Prom will be imprinted upon the memories of all who experienced this time of remembering. Sponsored by the Junior Class with the help of Mr. Peterson. Junior Class advisor, the Prom was an enchanted land in a world of red and gold. Flowers and candles added atmosphere of magic and fantasy as students danced to the sounds of the Vince McGraw Ensemble. Included in the evening was a formal dinner with all the trimmings. Climaxing this night of enchantment was the announcingand crowning of the Prom Sweetheart, Valerie Ray, and the Princesses, Joyce Brandon and Marva Johnson. Reflecting upon the evening and its memories, the Prom was truly a night to remember and a "Time For Us." sf ' , 1 -' !.l X Top: Last year's Prom Sweetheart. Cindy Wiley officially crowns Valerie Ray as the 1971 Prom Sweetheart as Joyce Brandon and Marva Johnson look on Mid e Left this son n the rf I 5' i ,Q Q E . A ' - ,Aw Room Above Couples fn 'E 3, 1 a xiously it 1 V L a ti ' ff LQ' ' 1 A A 'f A . before entering into the enchanting land of the . , g Biltmore Hotel Bottom 4--fftif,?-it L i were Dan Newman Judy g..:r'ff fgB,If5 dl . --Hey w , si .L I ,Q 2 Q S 4 1 f f, ' ' be-rr i Gold Q Y A if L n ' wa' ir line A 1 4 1 , Young. Barry Ganga .mn 3 t-. .g . H, t .. , , , 2 .. ' A 1 chens. pretty neat says d Glotz as he and his date Lynn Wendell meet Iris Hildebrand and Bob Cul left to right Betty Froelich Jeff Jenkins and Tina Watson enjoy H' " ' the delicious dinner hot Q i 1 ' " from the Biltmore kit The end came, an end of a beginning ..,. the 1971 Commencement marked the graduation of one of the most energetic, industrious, and accomplished classes that ever attened ESHS. With the sun playing hide and seek with the clouds throughout most of the ceremonies, some 260 seniors, led by Procession Leaders Betty Youngand Gina Torino, walked beneath 36 floral arches born by the Class of 1972. Dr. Machisic presented the graduates and Dr. l-la rter accepted them. After the seniors received their diplomas, Valedictorian Nancy Goodale delivered her controversial farewell speech. lllllllllllllllllllll R Top of page: This was the 1971 Grad- uation! As Valedictorian Nancy Good- ale Qpictured aboveb concludes her comments, Mr. Tash readies the band .gmww-T x ? l ,Y f 5 is V i' 74551 A 44.-. . Llkwvj' 4 '9 06' to play the recessional. Right: Joyce Paff was happy to receive her di- ploma after four years of work. lVlr. Ablesser is at the podium to an- nounce the next graduate. Dan Her' man. Below Right: The east-side pro- cession leader, Betty Young, led the Class of 1971 through the colorful and bright floral arches. -'fin , r .. 1 'K ,f -'52 Fi wp, AA - ,Vila - K' - -'1 I vm Lai ' ,Lan r, iw 2: ,. "'Q K 4 -M A 'sh H wh QA: if Vp . 'K 1 AN. . 'S .V A. 4, -4 4.,.,,.,,iqha"' .Q , ,.. .W ww, v F ,au-', -. jj r Il I 5 ll e. Y X E Below Left: Graduating seniors pensively wait for their turn to accept their diplomas. Below: These were the men that made the graduation happen. From the Left they are: Dr. Machisic. Melvin West- over, Eugene Broadwater. Dr. Dale Harter. Rev. Harter and Mr. Ablesser. Bottom: With his left fist outstretched, John Long offered his form of congratulations to approaching comrade. Mark Grosvenor. :JI kim 1 1 s ki-5 b 3 At Graduation Mr. Tash symbolically led the seniors in moving their tassels from the left to the right side of their caps. Then to the beat of a pop recessional, "We've Only Just Begun", the graduates left Hazeltine Field for the last time "sta rt out walking and learn to run." Above Right: Something to smile about: Debbie Robison, Dick Kessener and Patty Van Vranken leave Hazeltine Field for the last time. Below: Mr. Tash says, "Okay, on two move 'em to the right with the right hand." Bottom: Now seniors, procession leaders Gina Torino ion leftj and Betty Young take the grad- uates from the scene of graduation. .V 4 1 . . H! Q 3... 5 1 As editors of the 1971 Golden Eagle, we would like to er press our thanks to Mr. Scott, our American Yearbook rei: resentative, for conveying new ideas to our inexperience staff and for being here every Wednesday without fail to ai us in producing this book of which we are very proud. A person who cannot go unthanked would be our advisol Mrs. Peterson, who had the drive and ability to make th staff meet deadlines and to assist in copywriting. Words of appreciation must go to our staff who wer dedicated to presenting the best book possible to ESHE Each member contributed their share, and some outstanc ing members gave many extra hours. Lastly, to the members of the faculty who extended va uable information and help on call we would like to sa "Thanks!". 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A " fe,-1, - , -1 eg Qiia-'fzm4'?'4 x -V -- i WEB-5 -. fa . 'Q 5 . .l- M -x 45:5 v 5.0- !-Q' gvv ff .QDGQ9 7' 3 avi N I. :V E. - ' z ? v .sv K Exif ? um. Q, my 4 gill' .. ,-. A fig- ',fh Q-Fx, .52 Y -. -..M ,- - ' I ' ' lf' -...ni 'j ' THE CLASS OF 1971 I if x fd, eff- Y if 1 KQV I I a I 1 ' lv I- 7 J x We QPS Q 1' v q gn ,. ve' 5 .J xv I 'L' . .' ' " ,Q I. .xc S-. xx rf. 7 f L o 14. 'M w. P M E . 4, .1 pu 2 .Q-,,-A' , Q sf 1 , Y mf! Wx uh. , if 16 56 94 132 200 I2 spirit and concern M' 'mriporary issues was brought forth by the eager class of '74 Robust ideas came with our new principal Dr. Nlachisic and the six new faculty members. These new faces helpedto create A change within our school. The existing vitality and the new morale led ourteam to victory and made school life more interesting. I i i , . i I -1, 1 wg- 14 . Q 5 vig-ga,4' ,, . :V , 4 ,QQFW mf," 'Cqffff , 'wgwf?Ax.fff,aj,fwyw i V , i X g,,g-wsYu,,?zg5Q?g3 ff 1 'H , , ,- f,,,,,4,:4Q 'few- if ' jj. 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This year brought new highlights to our homecoming. A Change Within brings hope forthe shape of things to come , y-fm. .1 , TRYQQQQ, f V :Lk-'Erin'-ifb:9i'f-. "Q X For as long as you liye, there are people, places and things you will never forget. They may be sad memories, or happy ones, but they are still unforgettable. When you grow olderyou will remember your Student Life. Perhaps your remem bran ces will be of Pep Club, per- haps ofateacher, but still, no matter what you think of, you still have those memories. While faced with a changing world, we continue to grow and build new happy drea ms, and cope with past failures, but in spite of these failures, the memories linger on. As you pass down the road of life, stop, just once in a while, and look back on all the memories you cherish of your high school days: remember your life as a student in the year of '71'. With thoughts of Yesterday all around, last year's Junior-Senior Prom was held in all its elegance and splendor at the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel in the lovely Gold Room. Dueto the long hours of effort, the Class of 1971 put on a Prom that was truely memorable and extremely successful. At 11:00 P.lVl. the Prom Sweetheart was announced by Jan Huey. The winner was Miss Cindy Wiley, and her princesses were Geri Leaf and Cheri Pasker. With all the excitement and beautiful surroundings, it will bea night long remembered as a memory of one of our Yesterdays. x Above: Couples danced to the sounds of Those Burminghams. Above: Smile pretty. Mike! Center: There l am!!! l8 'H iv ees. Q are al , my 'Bl f 215 V 0,5 X af r- bn. g 51 ef ei xp 41. 5' ,e r 21' lvl., .ff ,lb 1' x. hz vo' X After many hours of effort, work and long sleepless nights,the 1970 Golden Eagle staff presented to the school their blue and white annual which was dedicated to Mr. John Stevenson. Thetheme-that was carried throughout this unique book was "Look around, though you have eyes what do you see?" Hof" 4? i ef N u. Ll, . fx ,r , ,. ..-- Top of Page: We'Il never tell! Above: Man of the Hour. I9 With their memories of past years and hopes forthe coming years still fresh in their minds, the Class of 1970 walked between 68 floral arches held by members of the Class of 1971 as they were led to their Graduation by Procession Leaders Joyce Brandon and Marva Johnson. The Class of 1970 made many worthwhile contributions to our school, and they were truly an outstanding class. But look out, the Class of 1971 is on the move. lg , ' A 6163 . .. I' fi l Upper Right: Attired appropriately for the activity he helped to supervise is Mr. Peterson. Right: The Class of 1970 passes the Arch- bearers of 1971, keeping an ever-anxious eye on their diplomas in the foreground. Above: A SRO audience and seated seniors await the administering ofdiplomas. 20 f rum fifty 'Hai mn lnltl il gg, 1, rt N' i if I :tw Wg 2 av Ulf? 'f . , ff" ' Q - 4 ,z f fi Q if , aww-me . 1 f ' l l f. W2 f , f . -v-.: . ":", f A. 4 ' li", . l H . '. , f' ' 1 . lf fr' 2' 2 fi 1 fi f r 'Q as ,Q , 4' W i , . Q fl f J 'K' f is ' -A 1 l v if fi ! ,V 2 'I' ' f al 5' I-I if ,,4 ,W Q V ' 1 ' , ,.,. ,,,, ' v- 'fr , I Wiz ,.. I: :fn Qv 1 gi , v .., V-3 .:. K Q ff' , , I A V' ' 'I Above Left: Dr. Dale M. Harter issues a challenge to the Class of 1970. Above: Archbearers Debbie Hinkle and Ed Carroll take a time out duringthe final graduation practice. 21 ,fx xx f is 'P ,,, f ,,.,' , X .,- Q fi Ni ni' 5 Se '.,x, Q-1 APU' L2 gv 4l..f 9 .f",,p ..,w:" an ' :vi 1 44 ,-, I M.. 'imhru V ix 5 A, vw 1 . b-Mg? WFQ. . 1 N 'sv N af ,,, ...W M 55,2 of Q' "I I -FB 1 I 4 u ,- 1 !lL, x, I cl "5-w--5 'V' t Ugjd Opposite Page: Governor Dick Kessener is swamped with string and papers at the summer senior class paper drive, and he wonders, "What the Lefty "Sorry Charlie, only the best tuna!" thinks Stuart Kulp while on tour at the Star Kist factory. 0. ,AMVA 252 jf' . ii Opposite Page, Left: Senior Kathy Wiilbrandt delivers a bunch of papers to the paper drive. Left: Concerned seniors prepare a tone of papers for delivery to the Pioneer Paper Stock Company. Above: Mr. Doufgherty and his group inspect the tuna factory with their noses. 23 For everyone, the first weeks of school were hectic, exciting, and full of surprises. Fall was beginning. The leaves were chang- ing, the scene was changing. Rush, rush, rush! School was starting. l-lurry up freshmen, this is the beginning ofyour future. 24 i i i l i l i i 4 i Left: Students compare classes on the first day of school. Extreme Top: Dr. Machisic meets the ESHS student body for the first time at the first rally. Above: Running into a new year of spirit is the Pep Club. wat 'F' Q G f s.. Y F' fr' 0, sg 4 1 xi .5-iz' ' 1' 5 fs 5 ' K 2 1 , ww gg f, 5 ,A., 3 l 6 if 31 ox This year Student Council provided us with many interesting Assemblies and Pep Club entertained us with many enjoyable Rallies. For the student, it was a pleasureto see something new and different that helped to break up the daily routine ofschool. l IJ ' Ill L Indo .. ff, 7 , 7'i,IX?,',5 4. 54 wffffy V , is , My ff ff U 2 as ' Q i 3 as , in W , , Z f f f -ff.gf,f' , Q g if l 1 z ,. W fa-.,,... 1' V K gy an 1' 'Q 1' H W fn 4 5 1 f f , V, a f- 2:11 J 7:5 l 'ee f , i E Q W A ii , , i, A 2? it vi ci f- , , we f X 1 v I ,pf W 1' ua " Q A Opposite Page, Top: A talented speaker from NASA utilizes a photoelectric cell to explain the basic principles of telemetry. Opposite Page, Lower Left: Pep Club President Joyce Brandon explains a new yell to the student body, Opposite Page, Lower Right: Hey, we got the team that can't be beat! Left: ESHS's new facul- ty members and AFS foreign exchange students walk before the student body to be introduced at the first rally. Above: Mascots Donna Sanders and Marilyn Mathany let the spirit rise, 27 , ,f 2 5 if This year's Student Council underthe watchful eye of Mr. Robert Kingston, Mr. Richard Peterson, and ASB President Dana Ernest, made snap decisions and performed many vital tasks. Forthe first time ever, the Student Council, Senate, and Governors met together every day fifth period to help solve the problems ofthe school. The duties of a Student Council member are extremely varied from day to day. They may pass requisitions one day or plan an upcoming rally or paradethe next day. Student Council helped plan the Homecoming parade and festivities. They sanded the visitors bleachers, handled all finances and acted as coordinator for all activities. Mr. Kingston: "If I told you once, I told you a thousand times" 19694970 President, Scott Dalgleish, installs Dana Ernest, 1970-1971 President. 28 f'CUJvx. " ::::::utive Council JWXQL QM Jlioitck tml 'N is tne student body's key instrument in organizing oper- O6 X J - tix, ations and activities for the students' own welfare and bene- L had CGA , fit- -,LL Doses it OVXQXX Vlswcwvw ck Uylxwt The members ofthis council are as follows: Dana Ernest, ogjl Gfvsl - A AM' ASB President: Joyce Brandon, Vice President, Debbie , 4 A A Smith and Marva Johnson, secretaries Bonnie Bahny, Www A xvw cu Qui CJXJL,cy,t,,X C Treasurer, Frank Judge, Sports, Valerie Ray, Publicity, Steve Cur'tis,Activitiesg Ken Dalfgelish. Inner-school XBVO, OANVYNWMM Q sb XXJQAPJQ, Y, Relations: Jeff Norris, Speaker ofthe House: Melissa McCready, lVloraleg and the class Governors, Freshman, Barbara Turino, Sophomores, Jackie Anderson, Junior, ok' 3 Lynn Wendell, and Senior, Dick Kessener. gs. , , l W J ' 6' W wf f ' 4M A Z ,. ., 1 .,,. J.. I, V 'W I-r A -'L-J Back Row from Left to Right: Jackie Anderson, Ken Dalgleish, Steve Curtis, Dick Kessener, Marva Johnson, Barbara Turino. Middle Row: Melissa McCready, Frank Judge, Bonnie Bahny, Jeff Norris. Front Row: Debbie Smith, Valerie Ray, Lynn Wendell, Joyce Brandon. 29 I A 7 :-,.:,.,...tQ This year's Senate Under the dedicated efforts of Nlr. Richard Peterson and President of the senate, Joyce Brandon, was an extremely active grou p of people. They created an activities booklet which told how all different money- making plans were to be performed. The Senate also final- ized the Constitution and helped with the accreditation of El Segundo High School. ,ff f i ua! "A, Front Row, L to R: Cara Bell, Vicki Jellisonp Second Row: Diane McCauley, Kathy Cummings. Debbie Cottriel, Third Row: Betty Young, Nancy Goodale, Pam Elmstrom, Cindy Hull: Back Row: Janice Murphy, and Joyce Brandon. President ofthe Senate. This particular space was reserved for a picture of the House of Represent- atives, but, unfortunately, due to the act of one member of the House of Representatives, we of the 1971 Golden Eagle staff felt we could not print a picture displaying such immaturity. iw 1.121 V X ,.,t A ' Vnvi A 1 44? Five Six Seven Hit it! Guide, learn that routine, practice, practice, practice and show up on time for a change," were phrases all too familiarto the 58 girls that made up this year's Drill Team This year the 1970 Drill Team performed at halftimes and rallies to promote spirit and provide entertainment at E.S.H.S. ln smart uniforms of gold jumpers with blue blouses, the Drill Team performed to such songs as, "U ptight", and "Raindrops". Many different concepts were used in Drill Team this year but the Homecoming pre-game will be one that is long remembered by the El Segundo alumni. And who will ever forget Karen Green, Carla Clark, Bonnie Bahny, and Barbara Albin us as the Peanuts characters, or Steve Fisher as Winnie the Pooh! Keeping order with 58 girls is no easy matter but order was kept with the dedicated effort of Mrs. Sandi Behrmann and Colonels Karen Green and Carla Clark. With all this dedication, is it any wonder that this year's Drill Team is one ofthe best E.S.H.S. has ever known! 'S 'Uh EN- 4. X eX ,. 3 xy it i ,Q 51 ag' f' L ' .elk rw' ' -N .., Vi Q lt I W 4 A' :N lv-yew ' i l Elm. F IQB-Karen Howard, Missy Bowler, Melinda Uhey, Susan Phillips, Sherry Buckingham, Kim WiIls,Joyce Hayos, Linda Warfield, Jan Huey, Cyndi Nutz, Cheryl Devilbiss. 32 X xx gala ya W , ,,,,,,,.,,,m E I Y 9 I 4 1 , . 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Kathy Mackin,Tara Stewart, Sus Williamson, Teresa SCi'1l'TiUtZ 34 1'- an Beall. Laura Scnraum, Pam Justice, Cindi Majors, Janice Meredith, Denis Efflandt, Lark Gragg, Vicky ,mm-an 33 "iv-.- Beforethe end of every school year, Drill Team members make up their own routines l and try out for Colonel of the Drill Team. Colonel is a very responsible position and the Colonels must be chosen carefully. The girls are scored on their poise, charm, pep, and coordination. Thetwo girls with the highest scores become the Colonels, whilethe next highest becomes l-lead Leaders. This year the winners were Karen Green and Carla Clark for Colonels, and Barbara Albinus and Bonnie Bahny as Head Rank Leaders. .. ,,- . A i 'Pill-+-4-s,,,M ' 74" z " FQW I H Q5 xs l Q . 1 015- . Q. -.'..r...,t 'ln' I' dx i ,,,l ti 3-.i , ,L . A .V -, 1.13 .'-'Qi B ,gl-Z . T. A' ,M . ,,, gift -, 'if ,'AffQg'j.:,fj 'i:Qr5Q,q',f ' -f..,'g'?.i4 5f,Q5ff,v7"-A ff r .ffrfh . i-1Lw'1,1.' fy ,.-,. .,"- swf -V -- .- :A fJ.i.'..z1i'tw..ime.1e,M, , .lf quantum. .. Top of Page: Head Rank Leaders Bonnie Bahny and Barbara Albinus. Above From F to B: Kathy Willbrandt, Cyndi Clark. Frances Hol- comb, Peggy Ray. Cyndi, Parnell, Emily Wiley, Donna Zagorski, Ramona Roth, Margie Walsh, Angela Williams, Pam Morgan. 34 ??,f"fY ig. . n 'Fit' :frm 19 ..- Rank Leaders are chosen at the end of each year by anonymous ballot ofthe entire Drill Team Theten highest scored girls become Rank Leaders and take charge of three girls plus an assistant. The assistants this year were: Sandee Beach, Cindi Clark, Debi Hardin. Frances Holcomb, Jan Huey. Kathy Mackin, Ramona Roth, Tara Stewart and Barbara Zagorski. 1 - .94 4. Q 24,1-f ,L-ge. . ,,.,,fz-W' -4'-" f ' A 5 " :"Fq,.,, A' -f i" - ,- ,af t-ir Q .,-4.1 wr wg X-gh s".a-f 1-.A J. 1- N -nf P' 1. f 'H -va -Q7 " D 4 J-'Q gg i Q ., 3? 1 Hs. - A A 1 -pq x ,ds , - J. , . V. A . 'gv V ,B gn 3' 1 f., - , ,.Q..,,.. - - .. v V , , g . A- 7- x 3 A.--,. .. Af , -.1441 A 5 ,Q vw L, - - .1 - '. ' f-- iT- 44' , '1 -E 1, ---' r- .- A - -,, .W . J... Q sm ,V WV. , 13, N A 175.2-I , A ,., b . A ,w . vt, llflnl,-5?-ggi fggx, ya,-I:-1-twf w . , .,ir,.,,, if c i ' Le"'t-:,..: 1---M Front Row: Vicky Carson, Teresa Ireton, Gayle Cameron. Back Row: L to R: Joyce Paff, Janice Murphy, Pam Elmstrom, Michelle Ramsey. Ellen Thomas, Karen Goodale. Laura Holcomb, Debi Hardin, Kim Salter. Debi Black, Barbara Zagorski,Lynn Wendell. Meg Tomaszewski. Debi Eccles, Betty Young. 1is.g 35 Here is a Close Up. Look at some behind the scene happenings, top right: Karen Green as Charlie Brown. Below left: Gayle Murray rocks out. Below right: Band marches on. Next page center left: Banner carriers Nancy Murphy and Kathy Wagnon show off their uniforms. Far right: the Eagles Marching Band shows you what a bus ride with them would be like. Bottom: The Drill Team stays on key. ,J ,,..-f'w v 1' .X ' v, 4, ,j4,..,,.r fufhagzyx . . EDA, .fi .V 'wif QV' ' I"'?'i' f 3 i ' lf W' , .'J , 'V 1., M SJ. u",' .M. 'B ' 'V 41- ff,-. 4 1g , -V , , .A ,, j'1A'.nf' 'wif 'V X r , 'f-rf. . ella: -K ..- . fwnnfw Aw tim W JW" fv 235,54 :M Aa auf , 41 JV, 1,1 S Y.. l 1 we W N 3 ,W Abbe szwggfma' , ' f:'.,1.v - Va Al 1' '.'+f:1 .i- 1,9 ' f.-ae. gy' '.-q f 4 iv .' ...'?U' f-:M fi l- H- -it A. . QA mr? ff.. V ff, 0-' -Z lc, ,,,, . Q4 "1 1 V7--wg. , ,.4.,,,,g, , . ff. Q , 0-3.1 , ...EE 1 . 1, , uf, , 4 -,v A J- 4. I r.- iv. , 1,1 ,,-.gp V. .-1 '1. Aga. .,- -, :fir s 5" 2, 'O . 1' y V , , 3 rg A Al Y ' ' "" finwi y- - ' fn' 'away' 'y J -rw .. . .-- Q ,, ' 3.45, . ' 1" Y 1' , W: Z' l' .. - 'ze-+"i-in .v 1 ,- WH . i ,V ,V , . . M ,wg x, , RQ 55 "Ready, begin!" chants Nlr. Richard Tash, band director, and at his command, 84 band members in smart new uniforms begin to play underthe direction of Ron Randall, the drum major. A normal day forthe Eagle Marching Band member is extrememly hectic. lt usually starts with new music and practicing many long hours at night with the Drill Team. This yearthe marching band, with the help of Drill Team, performed many intricate and entertaining halftimes for the student body and parents. This year's drum majors, Ron Randall and Stuart Kulp, attended camp last summer which enabled them to do the outstanding job that they did throughout this entire year. Money is made forthe band by the band members themselves in the form of candy sales, bake sales an parties. . , ,,,,jrgf?"' 1253 Q3- Opposite Page, Top: Mr. Tash conceals his thoughts at a Wednesday night band-drill team practice. Opposite Page, Bottom-Ieft:Drum Nlaior Stuart Culp leads the band through the streets of El Segundo in the Homecoming Parade. Opposite Page, Bottom Right: Setting the foundation for each tune are Brian McNulty, Chet Harter, and Paul Guy. Left: At the Lawn- dale halftime show, Steve Fisher clowns as Winnie the Pooh. Below: Mr, Tash and Drum Major Ron Randall wait for an op- portune moment at a rally to play atune. 39 D47 On October 17, 1970, over ZOO students followed a Stairway to the Stars to the 1970 Coronation Ball at the Hacienda's South Starlight Room. Many couples danced to the sounds ofthe Love Hands in the lovely decorated green and gold room. As 1O:3Oapproached, andthetension grew, John Long began announcingthe Homecoming Court: Freshmen, Margie Cottrlel and Eric Tidwell: Sopho- mores, Cindi McMillan and Kurt Steichen: Juniors. Ellen Thomas and Ron Randall: Seniors, Missy Bowler and Eric Bimber. Then as a hush tell overthe crowd, John announced the 1970-71 Homecoming King and Queen, Frank Judge and Jan Huey! This regal night will truly be long remembered by all who attended. Opposite Page: Homecoming King Frank Judge and Queen Jan Huey pose in front of their thrones after the crowning cere- monies. Top Left: Flanked by past King Greg Hancock and MC John Long, King Frank smiles about his new status. Bottom Left: Cheri Pasker turns over her title to a new queen. Above: Frank gives Jan the traditional kiss. 41 Duringthe week preceding Homecoming, various activities were planned by the class Governors to help promote spirit throughout Homecoming Week On Monday, the Fresh man class sponsored a three-legged race, while on Tuesday the Sophomore class had an orange pass. Wednesday held in store a head-bustingtug-o-war, and on Thursday the Seniors took on the Sophomores fora grudge match tug-o-war, sponsored jointly by the Junior and Senior classes. This match resulted in a major upset in the from of a Sophomore win. Friday morningthe Student Council sponsored a parade forthe community as well as the student body. The purpose ofthis till llll g- 7i,,0T"""' 4" parade was to view the floats, and to acquaint everyone with the King and Queen and their court. Atterthe parade, Pep Club presented a rally that featured many alumni Pep Club members. mi .. .lin-.. -lf-fx aww 42 in ,, f ikrhl nv- Wx Opposite Page: Grand Marshal! Dexter Benson and his wife express the hopes of the Eagles. Extreme Top: ESHS students participate in the three-legged race. Above: Senior pull out another victory in the Junior sponsored tug-o-war. The seniors won a two out of three match. Right, Above-Left: Freshman Princess Margy Cottriel and Prince Eric Tidwell Parade before the student body at the Homecoming Rally. Right, above-Right: Leading the way on a newly purchased red carpet are Sophomore Princess Cindi McMillan and Prince Kurt Stiechen. .jf f5,Zf W 42' 111 E 1. f W A :eww - 1 , we , Q if iw 0 I .. ,-A- ',,,- - Ai zt kv Y i i r o . i i f -A A, , A Q iii ty ii,. ' lr' 3 4 A lff ' H' i. A ' '-2if - Q' A- , A - ' .,,, ...,, 1 ' ., - M ,,ii :., 4 e f HIL -v-l zll N k,.,4M M .,,., 'E 19 -g ,I z W tx 5 'A f i.,., i ' . 3' 5 "Mr ff W VV 5: up ff f fm ,,., - is 4 Mm 8 , 0-wtf me After a four year absence from the ESHS activity scene, floats and a parade were revived for the 1970 Homecoming. No longer werethe four classes the only ones allowed to make floats as all ofthe organizations on campus were invited to participate and encouraged to enterthe contest. To be eligible forthis competition, each group was required to pay a five dollar entry fee. Five floats were constructed and entered in the contest: one built by each of the four classes, and a joint effort between Key Club and Epsilon Sigma. On Friday, October 23. 1970, all five floats converged atthe corner of Eucalyptus Drive and Grand Avenue forthe resurrected Homecoming Parade. Adding color and sparkletothe parade were a Marine Corps color guard, the Eagles Marching Band, the Drill Team, dignitaries riding in 'Vettes and Continentals, and the Junior High band. Travelingthrough the streets of El Segundo, the parade culminated beforethe ESHS student body, which was assembled in the north football bleachers. lt was at the end of the Homecoming Rally that the winners of the float competition were announced. The Freshmen received "Best Theme" honors. The sophomores captured the "Most Original Award". The "City Award" went to the juniors. The seniors won the "Chamber of Commerce Award", and the Epsilon Sigma-Key Club float took the 5525 grand prize. E e. ,,! ' V , ,,.. " I 1. .1 . , E I 5 1 I Q . , r ,JN hir ,JS 4. 1, fKa'sL:,l 3 .1 , X . r 1. ' fm 'J Y V"-'at' rv A m-- "" "-1-' 14- 1 f Z. -1.1, C2543 A 3.4 LL f ' ,Lx FU! - K-1 . an -,.,'Lwf, fig' p , .'Ag'- 45 . v K.. 1 The duties ofa Pep Club member started early in the summer while the rest of us were still enjoying summer vacation. Each week they met to plan rallies and other spirit- generating activities. Each individual spirit group attended a summer camp at which they learned new routines and spirit-rousing ideas.Under the leadership of Joyce Brandon, Pep Club president. and their advisor, Mr. Robert Morris, this year's cheerleaders, songleaders, flagtwirlers, mascots. and JV cheerleaders toiled many hours to promote spirit within the student body. ' I' 40 VW i N 4 if b Bmw Above: During an exciting halftime spectacular. the entire Pep Squad grabs a front row seat to view the action. Top Right: Cheerleaders Qin front? Melissa McCready. fsecond rowb Marva Johnson. Joyce Brandon, Cathy Hambright, and lon toph Gayle Murray demonstrate one of their award-winning formations. Bottom Right: Taking time out from a busy practice are Song- leaders Cin fronth Janice Westover, fsecond rowh Debbie Hinkle. Ruth Churchill. fback rowh Nancy Goodale, and Valerie Ray. 46 V 'i I A 0 ' 5 -,.-. -4 la- r sl Qi .f I. ,,,, .s. A , 1 -:-..1-A-A-.,:-.Q r ,-,-. 1. ..:, bf.. ,.u. ., N, L. Q., .wf 1 . ,gays -, , -- mn- fi- r ., j -1 N -, f' 1- P' pf!-'g,..r -5-3 j - I' 'ji' - ' 1 LUl 3 m Left: During a lull at an exciting Eagle home game, Pep Club President Joyce Brandon. Gayle Murray, Cathy Hambright and mini- cheerleader Tracey Montecalvo take a well- deserved rest from their duties, 1 WT. gs. M 5 7 . M is is is , i rw-iii' ,.,.,, 'f ll ll' ' S, 15 "' 'fax . .. hifi IE -1 :X-W l + 3 3, , , .W , ,L ..,. i .XF U if ..,.. ----1,fw.w-1.1, ,Q If? W.. :- F Q ,L . milf, r ' arf' ' A ' , yl1h7,,' A 0 ' f ue. I gif- f ,, V fi 4 A ' .7 W' 5- ,i-.-.ffl -fe, -wwe., . ri ,, rw M 1116 +"fA :C , If mfg,-V, ' 'I -f if wg V. , ' 1,3 I ' :'.' . V . ' 'W ,"' A. '- . ,' ,,5:x,w,1-.x" in ff ,,..y2- 4- 14,1-,D mar. ,i yi .. .. iff?-.3a'w.,3' fi? ' . iS."P3'Z2'+f?'31F-if MF 'A'-ff? fi.: r,,'?1-50wf'1!,"'flLA?.iqrit r- 'V .-L-if' f' 4 if.:fW:,a,i'f:f1-ei., ,,. i I .nr,., val'-1,,-0 -ggziyfw-W a fffjjvf 'f fl-. f , . LC-s.,.f'flffQ34All5fw.. TM f ,ina 1' m 051 if Above: You know who they are! A camera- conscious Pep Club demonstrates their pyramid building talents. Left: Mascot Donna Sanders addresses the ESHS student body, layinga foundation for a spirit building rally. 47 N KVI. warm: Eff wr Ml Hi? ai W ggpq 3111 pill My v 1 1 1 1 yr A I 1 . Q ,V s I n ' ' 3 ' ' . ' g . I t.l..' 1 N. " v I '., l :',r,ff. . ' F , I ' 2. ' ,lezs 1 5.w.l,.. i f l 9 ' -- r -. :Q " 4 4 ', :.l. 'I' O l Q' X I, I 'I :Q. ' . N..'... . ' I .-.IJ ' gin". '.'u:n:ur I . "fn l l' - , 'Q l 1'-"-'- i X lI'l:l:-:I ,' I I I 'uw-'L Q . ,Q if-s. ' X K my - H- -use , ,Q 4 . . as Y -fo' W " M-I N ' is or J, The responsibilities of a member of : Pep Club included performing at the varsity home and away games, painting spirit signs, decoratingthe halls, and sewing at team dinners. With this year's enthu- siastic support of the student body, and having a Pep Club that really cared, we finally achieved the epitome of spirit. 48 bv, if 5 e, liek Ol SK .- 'i S! Uhr uma 2, , 1 ' t ill IN 1 JJXV1' 4 'pup' -ha ' Above Right: Senior Flag girls Jan- een Carlson and Patty Van Vran- ken lFront Row! and Sophomore contemporaries Sue McKean. Kristie Carlson and Meryl Lagot- ta QBack Rowj polish their twirl- ing techniques during fourth period gym. Above: Pep Club President Joyce Brandon coaches mini cheerleader Tracy Monte- calvo. Right: JV Cheerleaders Cindi McMillan Un Frontj Glenda Pagett, Lori Curtis Un Middlel and ldona Snow show excellent form that they demonstrated throughout the cheering season. ,inc :Tal 1.5.1- l I 1 F I , . .fi V -' ' '-." -- A i ni! Ill ' 1, f , 'M - 'v' TX ,H in gy T X " ad Confetti, painted signs, hard hats and good lungs brought about a change in The Screaming Eagles formarlly known as "The Roto Rooters" or boys cheering section. With every changethere is some con- fusion andthe Screaming Eagles were no exception. . .as Jeff Ramey and Ed Carroll, the self appointed leaders, or- ganized and led the group without the aid of a sponsor or a membership list. The high spirits and loud screaming were a welcome change from the silent majority of fans before. Screaming Eagles leave a word of warning for next year-watch out! Close Right Gundo's Screaming Eagles give a mouthful. Far Right Ed Carroll grins an bares it. 50 'Q 5 5 in ,8 ef """' , p i fl l 4. l ,.., . .- ,.... . .AL fb 1. M.DuvaIl, M.Frio. J.Ramey, J.Johnson, K.McGeary, D.Busenga 2. J.Jer1kins, M.Jhamann, R.Jeck, E.NagIe. K,Wolfs- burger, KJ-lammrick 3. D.May, T.Steichen, R.Chabrajez, H.Arrnantrot, J.Desai, D.Lagotta 4. D.CoIeman, H.WenzeII, G.CoIes, B.Bogossian, M.Briney, K.Jol'mson S rf ,f 5x , , ,Z I M, ' K 55.7 f:Vf5f.:,,,, . ,,. .Q 4 hqq' . ' .9 Ifhlf VQN1, 4 2 if 5 'S f 1 X yt l Viv' f ' '-' L -, 1' X P Y -. Qfx, ,., 0' 'F-,rl'J'!, ff' , Nf4"14 fn 1 Y" 'L' ra 5 ' 'R'-' , 1 3, -if "VX frills' X ' . - ' haf!!! lil W-- Every Thursday at lunch you could hear the sound of male voices com- ing from the room of Mr. Bill Watkins' who wasthis year's Key Club advisor. This year in conjunction with Epsilon Sigma, Key Club built a Homecoming float and canvassed for the United Crusade and helped at Back-to- School Night. Under the leadership of President Mark Grosvenor, Key Club innovated many newthings this year such as having both a Junior and Senior Key Club Queen, Lynn Wendell and Marva Johnson respectively. Key Club is an honorary service or- ganization which serves the com- munity in many capacities. The times they were a changing and with Epsilon Sigma it's the styles that were changing. This yearthe senior girls' honor society chose smart and fashionable blue and white dresses with vests of white. To belongto Epsilon Sigma a senior girl must have a teacher recommen- dation. Epsilon Sigma girls tooktickets at all home football and basketball games, served at Back-toSchool Night, helped with the United Cru- sade, and did a worthy project forthe Orthopaedic Hospital, In conjunction with Key Club, Epsilon Sigma built a Homecomingfloatthat won the Grand Prize, and also had another float at Christmas time. Throughout the community, Epsilon Sigma is known for its excellent ser- vice and dedication. 52 Liga 41452111 Qwntg ' . .. '."5 . ., ,, ,,.. ,., ..,e VIY' k WN vw N W. ...,..., M Muna? wmmwl 4 . -,', ,: H"""""'-M-.,- V Row 1: Tom Jolly, Les Cripe, Jim Cole. Row 2: Dick Kessner, John Babcock, Marva Johnson Mark Grosvenor, Lynn Wendell, Phil Goessler, Dave Jones. Row 3: Don Mann Mike Durkos Bob Pederson, Bob Kessner, Roger Evans. at a Thursday noontime meeting wx., A :fa f ev' 1. Front Row, Left To Right: V.Maloy, N.Goodale, B.Bahny, J.Huey, D.Robison, J.Paff, S.Buckingnam, K.Gerughty, S.Sturm, J.Carl- son, E. deCarvalI1o, J.Westover. Back Row: P.Van Vranken, Nl.Ramsey, J.Murphy, F.l-lolcomb, L.Wnite, S.Morton, D.Hughes, N. McEIvain, C.Nelson, H,CuIp, C.CoIlette, C.Weigers. ,' ,A-"7 5 ,rp 'fy ' ' P' - -7-1--.IJ4 fffi wfwwzffzf 2 f 4 f f H f f- 3' Y' Ir I 97, 1 , I r -' 5 ' Mafia, E, i ff ,,,',fA.4:m.....,, .,:,..v,, , , , 74 ,,,,, xl an Roger Evans examines his sandwich at a Key Club meeting wnile Epsilon Sigma watches. Epsilon Sigma President for 1970-71. Janice Murphy 53 nvv .I s-- fi 4 L A dedication to further the fellowship of students both here and abroad is the goal and purpose of American Field Service Each year El Segundo High School recieves one ortwo foreign ex- change students. This past year we have been extremely fortunate in havingtwo lovely young ladies. Evelyn Woehrer is a perky auburn haired girl from Austria. Evelyn resided with the John Goodale family while here in El Segundo. Evelyn was active in A.F.S., Epsilon Sigma, Girls League, Bay Eagle, and Art Guild. Our second lovely lady was Edwiges de Carval ho, from Brazil. Edwiges plans to study to become a Doctor of Nledecine on her return to Bra- zil. She resided with the Guy Collette family during her visit to El Se- gundo. Edwiges activities at school included, A.F.S., Epsilon Sigma and G.AA. This year has been a profitable and happy one forAmerican Field Sewice. Underthe leadership of Miss Kessleman and Mr. Ableser, with the help of Presidents Joyce Paff, a returnee from Colombia and Les Cripe, returnee from Brazil, the annual Pancake Breakfast was a huge and delicious success. A.F.S. also sponsored a California Card Sale and an Annual Dollars for Scholars Drive. bl.-J by x. L., '. Back Row: M.Grosvenor, L.Bower, S,Buckingham, S.Storm, C.Readon, D.McCauley, D. Biggs, M.Cripe, R.Evans, D.Bayes. 5th Row: D.Allan, F.ConcabIe. S.HuIl, V.Groff, C.Sim- son. E.Cook, M.McClary, M.Ashley. J.lVlurphy, L.l.owell, N.Goodale, lVl.Safarian. 4th Row: J.Elis, D.Limberg, L.McColmes. S.McKinley, S.Mason. C.Collette. D.Kessner, P.Van Vran- ken, lVl.Johnson, J.Brandon. 3rd Row: K.Carlson, lVl.Ramsey, C.l-lull. 2nd Row: Evelyn Woehrer, Edwiges de Carvalho. 1st Row: Joyce Paff. Les Cripe. Evelyn Woehrer our exchange student from Austria greets people at the Pancake Breakfast with a smile. Evelyn tells students of hertravels at assembly. 'lu Vets Edwiges de Carvalho exchange student from Brazil, smiles at crowd. Les Cripe our A.F.S. student to Brazil, laughs it up at the Pancake Breakfast with Michelle Ramsey. YT ' A-.-.nee QW Joyce, Les, Edwiges, and Evelyn munch a bunch at the Pancake Breakfast. V" y ww P x 1 7 I 4 V ' I 1 4 N w. J " rw '.. - . - ' ' . ' ' 1 - 1- "mn," nf- A 5 .,' :4-' '- . 'n'rl'l,l .QQ-S7 not "'3"Y-11276.-.. -1 ' . ' , V ' ' ' Al an Sports at El Segundo High School was an integral unit that helped characterize the year 1971, and added to the flavor of one of the best years that ESHS had, and will ever experience. Numerous changes within the Sports Department were re- sponsible for Eagle Teams that set new trends and records. The success ofthe 1970-71 sports sea- son immensely contributed to the morale and spirit of ESHS. . The Eagle pigskinners, led by Head Coach Doug Minner and assisted by the Line Coach Jack Hale, End and Defensive Back Coach Steve Newell, and Of- fensive Back Coach Darrel Wilson, had the most successful year in the his- tory of El Segundo. The 1970 Varsity Football Team had the distinct honor of beingthe first team in our school's history to win a C.l.F. playoff game ever. In pre-season competition the Eagle's first tough game was against St. Bernards. Because of numerous fumbles the Eagles only scored six points while gaining 388 yards on the ground. The Eagles went into season play and ripped past their first opponent, Lawndale, 14-0. El Se- gundo, behind the excellent passing of Frank Judge, the receiving of Bob Lowe, and a great defensive team effort, proved too much forthe Cardinals. The victory over Miraleste, 8-0, was due to a total team effort. The El Segundo Eagles set out to capture "The Hill," and did. The Eagles were determined to win the Pioneer League Championship, and the defeat of Daniel Murphy, 18-16, did just that. 'X-I pf 'Q' vs!! Row 1: Mike l-lare, Chris Orlowski, Frank Judge, Rick Doukakis, Ken Dalgleish, Bob MacGregor, Randy Majors, Bob Lowe, Eric Bimber, Rick Martin, Bob Cul- , bertson. Row 2: Marc Pogue, Bruce Barcus, Gary Nickens, Bob Lourey, Ed Glotz, Bob Schaeffer, Tim Carter, Jeff Norris, Noel Guitierrez, Carl Wilson, L f ' al 1 'fl . ,if I ,D T A 54 Jeff Gilbert, Glen Bedolfe. Row 3: Coach Minner, Coach Wilson, Tony Pleick. N f Lf' .IX NJ I I Steve West, Ben Ingersoll, Mike Kistler, Ken Stanton, Jim Obradovich, George 6 U 4 v 'V 7 V Brett, Dean Dougherty, Dana Ernest, Coach Newell, Coach Hale. l X 11 l I Y i Q mf' X. i i 6 L J V M4 -Z LM! fi' I" mrffyvjl :Xi ILM V l r l ft 'ff i, , r 4 I I ew 1 is ,f 1 1 l tty ' . X ,D I if If ff NTU kfrwi-ll fI,.,"Nl fgll 58 f. - r fy L My gp ' C X ,L l ' KX A le xl V lf . ff I Eagle Offensive Team Row 1 Bob Lowe Ken Stanton Eruc Bimber, Dana Ernest Jeff Gilbert Ed Glotz Tony Plelck Row 2 George Brett, FrankJudge Tum Carter Jeff Norrls FU! www ' PQ" u""-QE' j Left: Frank Judge completes a pass to Jeff Norris for a first down. Above George Brett sweeps the right be end to gain important yardage ,A 59 Eagle Defensive Team Row 1: Bob Lourey, Ed Glotz, Bob MacGregor, Jim Obradoviclw, Mike Kistler. Row 2: Eric Bimber, Rick Martin Row 3 Dean Dougherty, George Brett, Randy Majors, Rick Doukakis. -in Q' df' V 'T is J I ,fi Q. 1 ll x ' , ir Ju 'min U Above: Rick Doukakis holds Cantwell for a no gain play. Right: Mike Kistler ' assisted by Jeff Gilbert crushes Miralestes half-back. 60 0 P Q QA, pu 4 I fi C' Uri I' i,,g'r'J . Above: Ken Dalgleish stretches for a touchdown pass. Middle: Frank Judge completes another pass before being tackled by Cantwell. Below: Bob Lowe leaps to complete a pass for a touch- down. ALL-PIONEER LEAGUE SELECTIONS ED GL01Z Lineman of the Year OFFENSE-FIRST TEAM Frank Judge Bob Lowe DEFENSE-FIRST TEAM Mike Kistler, Bob Lourey, Jim Obradovich, Eric Bimber, George Brett HONORABLE MENTION-OFFENSE Bob Culbertson, Tim Carter, Jeff Norris, Ken Stanton, Jeff Gilbert, Bob Schaeffer HONORABLE MENTION-DEFENSE Randy Majors, Dean Dougherty, Rick Doukakis, Rick Martin, Bob MacGregor -in-1 we-. ..i,,gge1', 1... Key receptions by Bob Lowe and a clutch catch by Bob Schaeffer pro- vided the El Segundo Eagles with their first victory ever in C.l.F. over Cantwell. After ten games it was very hard to accept the loss from John Glenn, 23-6, especially when it was the last game of the year. But nevertheless, it was the greatest sea- son in Eagle history. The Eagles' great success this season was in large due to the excellent preparation and work of our fine coaching staff. Their efforts did not go unnoticed, as Head Coach Doug Minner was named 1970 South Bay Coach ofthe year. Season Record ES OPP. 20 Duarte 7 6 St. Bernards 0 21 Bloomington O 6 Bell Gardens 0 14 Lawndale 0 12 Lennox 12 8 Miraleste O 39 St. Monica 27 18 Daniel Murphy 16 12 Cantwell 8 6 John Gleen 23 CTUQJX gif? Q3 - lo 9? E rs? St ve 'Obradovich throws a long pass Row 1: Steve Fahy, Ray Kommel, Pat Giew, Terry Ray, Doug Hambright, Bob Marquez, Kim Wolfs- berger, Kurt Steichen, Alan Brown, Mike O'Dell, Row 2: Dennis Riggins, Bob Stapleton, Bob Adama, Jim Chavez, Dave Minkler, Steve Obradovich, Mike Randall, Mike Janssen, Jeff Hancock, Terry Eady, Dave Long. Row 3: Matt Luikens, Jim Peterson, Phil Goessler, Mark Padjen, Robert Dexter, Carl Collette, Mike Briney, Matt Mullins, Brad Svogar, Coach Felix, Coach Carter. Dave Long tackles opponent. 62 -4. JQ-QQ Better than ever before, the Bee Football Team played hard and learned a great deal from experiences in their games. - Coached by Mr. Dick Carter and Mr. Tom Felix, the Bee pigskinners hitnhard with the determination of true spoitmanship. When they lost- they accepted it, and when they won- they cherished it. This unnoticed team, led by their co-captains Doug Hambright and Terry Ray, played up to their ability every game, and improved with each game, only to losethe championship by two points. I 11 ts, Coach Carter discussesthenext playwith FahyC12Jand Adams 1345. Captain Doug Hambright pulls down and opponent on the 30 yard line. 63 11 M- VN-11 ,-nv, - -Il . Forthe first time in the history of EI Segundo High School,the Cee Football Team was undefeated throughout their season. Coached by Mr. John Stevenson, and his assistant Mr. Fred Sorkin, the Cees won the Pioneer League forthe second successive year. El Segundo had the first undefeated Cee team in the Pioneer League. The Cee team was spirited by their co- captains, Phil Brie-se and Frank Sberna. Tom Soto escapes an opponent to complete a pass. . , , ' - '- - r 9 ' .fi 1- - . - Q .' . ':"'-'fi""'S:-WYQQ'-?'lf-w"f5T"-1171 -- V -- . V - if -- --' s i- " F ' ' J .-.21H:.'5'1Lf' 'fif.Qi'T?Q":1,f... '- 7. 'T--1? 1:L"4'-'ff . ' . f rm ' P- . '- ' P i 5-'KTM' fs-'E r"Q1gfZJ1f.i1'le::.f1,L.Qgf'"9'5'g'L'fJ1'.5. aeTf+?Q4",f:ikf'1.f5-i. f,ff7t:7' E.. ' 5.7571 .. iff-'F -- i I is HV-V T. .ff . .li Inu- f ...gif-:,1a.:,.iT i .7 tw-233s ,i,:2. asf' ,j.j,,,,5Z-1 Y ..::.q,z I yy., ., 'K - 1 2 . . ' 7 ' 7:3537 73213, :I-yi'fa,aaIfQe QFSQ- V 7'7r1fZ,,'f?fffa?' "7 Row 1, L To R: Dennis Dobrovolney. Alan Walker, Tom Soto. Richard Capo, Frank Sberna, Phil Briese, Tim Cargill, Eric lifl-Nell, Kip Dei-lermide Row 2: Ed Williams, Brian Smith. Mike Quisenberry. Don Bechtel. Steve Guastafero, Richard Gould, Bill Newman.. tis liaiix Bob Gumck Row 3- Coach Stevenson John Castle Jim Thamann Mike Glidwell Jerry VanDoren, Dan Eady. Jack Graff. G8Yl Shllllflg 'ill Markle, Kevin MC rry -Matt Stewart Joe Newman Gary Shmutz Coach Sorkin Rlow 4: Eric Nagle. Todd Steichen, Greg Drozd. Greg Deets, Mitch JO, ,Ston Ga ..... Sam Shriver. Brent LeMasurier. Not Pictured: Nick Chieppa and Rick Reed. "1 -.9 ,duff ,ff vt ,Y 1 r r 'Wal-A L' :W g 4- P Q. 4.7.0 nv z"'S'52?t""4 " if iv M, .l 6 illfwif I 'WV' "'Wu-qnowilln 52 ns: 'til 7' My AK ,,, gl i. A !! 1 ' 1 ff, ' . , , , V' ima r of 47" tw rf? 34 'uf ," 5, of-iff' ' M 'bf rl 'Aw' 01 Af' ,,, M J my was , VVA. J,,,,57f' fin "3 2 'ff 5""' , 1' V fl SeaS0r1ReCOrd tel fupper nghtj Above Richard Capos strategy galns yards whale Bull Newmans Duarte Valencia Lawndale Lynwood Lennox Miraleste St. Monica Daniel Murphy Row 1: Brian McNulty, John O'Connor, Gordon Clevenger, Steve Hamaker John Walkey Dan Layne Row 2 Brad Liedke John Slatton Jeff Ramey, Pete Segers, David Sheehan. Row 3: Coach Saari. Once again the El Segundo Eagles continued their winning ways in Varsity Water Polo. Under the coaching of one of the best water polo coaches in the nation, Uhro Saari, these boys devoted many hours before and after school to make this a winningteam. In their first home game the Eagles ripped past Palos Verdes with a score of 9-5. The Eagles with a complete team effort were too much forthe Sea Kings. Then the Eagles crushed St. Monica 35-1. The high scorers of that game were Ramey11,Clevenger 8. Continuing in league play at Miraleste the Eagles had another victory of 14-6, with Segers making 13 saves in his position as goalie. Then the Eagles met Lasuen who put a scare into them with th ree quick goals in the first 90 seconds of play. With fine team play and the scoring power of Ramey and Clevenger, the Eagles came back to a 14-10 victory and became Pioneer League Champs. Pioneer League Player of the Year-Jeff Ramey El Segundo went against Palos Verdes for the first C.l.F. playoff game at El Camino. With the Sea King defense keying on Ramey and Slatton, Clevenger had a spectacular scoring display with 8 goals to bring the Eagles to a 16-8 victory. Even though the Eagle aquamen were eliminated in the second round of C.l.F. against Lakewood 10-12, the El Segundo Eagles did a fine job. We should all be very proud of our 1970 Varsity Water Polo Team. "'w ,,-1 f , of W 1 iff if f 4' .94 . ,V w ' 1 'L f f iw F ' V 'wwf ' rg 'W "" ' 'W 57 , ' 'd'H"""'5' , , , LQC .v.L . I " ' v 4 ' W ",,""""W,l:"'.'Afw,.- qvndxfff ' W' ' 4951: ,VA er QV 'T,..,.2'19'f B, ji '.,.. Q . . I ' ffm rfi V f B 'iff f .4- '-flefi, ,M " , ' 1 ' Lwiv .1 - ,,,- .L wb- , '- vw ' Kffww- H . 'ar ' A6 A I M 1-H1 ' I ...ov ,V Top: Junior Brad Liedke sets himself up to shoot for a goal. Middle Left: Senior John Slatton races for the ball before his oppo- nent. Middle Right: Junior Dave Sheehan swims toward the goal. Left: Senior Pete Segers successfully blocks opponents attempted goal. 67 ,-ls. , ii 4 2, 'M lil rf'- """Mm,.W, " Lee -tx . , X ' Q M t New , g . L , fm ww My S Q , lg W, if W V ' -' M z , - ' A ' fbi "' if .e,.t,,, 'll "" , ,, M 6' an nav Top: Junior Dan Layne looks for teammate to assist. Below: Junior Gordon Clevenger and Sophomore Brian Mc Nulty race to beat their opponent to the ball. 'nfs 4 52' y-'avi' wwf' r G'-mm. ,,- "vyfw.' 0, I - , ' Q -v 'M-1 ,J 'N M V? f "5 v:'gT,f:1 I nf ilfgf' , A W ' lil: ' 1 v 5 r s H f t M gin x "' W -were N me 5 gxx, V , S X "- 1 3 .1 5' .0 +455 ss- ' is xx " 9, 14 J' Jr- :f?sI"'!?ff:-mm? XS? fi Q' ad 1 -'fir '??.3'?xs,,.1, ., -2.rwfff"+ff.,?w A QW -- M1 We Q gi xv W ' Swv r A .vm I Q fu -T , , 3 . Q F . '3'fffJ""Q' 1- A 9 , V. ' 35 0 ,J ' 5 . - '-"3Q...,v r it ' 1 ,,,, V. "W W . J, i N N A KX -f.,, fm --,,,,,,,Mqwww, MW 4' -Nf - I 8 A . I .X 5 .1 Q . . w, uitu. we Q K nf.. Ai ...Fa'.f'5:!' tt- 'I 5. t P H , Q 'Z -T ' ' 'G '14 'r' in .31 413 .... .naug- ,P',, Q 3-gi' cn...-.A s 59 J 14 4, , 1 I 'r f, f44f , O Y vM,t,t t 0N , -.MW yy-,, , bw,- iw ee, Vw fa 1 N f 1 Hia! . 1 Above: Senior Jeff Ramey swims to get ball down to the goal. Left: Junior Steve Hamaker attempts for another goal to increase their lead. All- Pioneer League First Team: Gordon Clevenger, John Slatton, Pete Segers, Jeff Ramey. Second Team: John O'Connor, Brad Liedke, David Sheehan. Left: Junior Dan Layne waits to catch opponent off guard to attempt a goal. Q"Y T- 'iw 4- i In Row 1: Richard Botfeld, David Botfeld, Steve Mohr, Ben Brookens, Row 2: Mark Ashley, Bob Cummings Jim Witt, Ken Karutz. Row 3: Coach Brewer. ,gut ,l M75 -1 'N-1- -1' .' 'f f3"' Above: Jim Witt makes a long attempt for a goal, while on the righthethrows the ball into thegoal. I Above: Jim Witt makes another attempt for a goal. l The season record for the Bee Water 'Polo Team was not very attractive with 4 wins and 10 losses, nor did it indicate how much the participants learned. In order that all the water polo teams could play as scheduled the Bee team was often limited in the number of players. This placed a very heavy burden upon the team when they played schools triple their size. The advantages of this year's team was that each player had quite a bit of experience in playing water polo which will be needed forthevarsity squad in the future. The fine ball handling of Captain Bob Cummings, Brian McNulty, and Richard Botfeld was very noteworthy as well as the effective guarding of Jim Witt and the goaling of Ken Karutz. Above Left: Brian McNulty waits for opposing goalie to be caught off guard. Above swims down the pool with the ball. Right: Mark Ashley - 'I P0i2lnm, Below: Tim McDonnel looks for unguarded teammate. Right: Rick Peterson looks for fellow teammate. , -f-waxy:-df'f"'V! VVVVV V A in . '-5-f-l.mf The record of 2 wins and 9 losses does not tell the whole story forthe Cee Water Polo Team. Although the majority ofthe players had little or no experience in water polo, the most important aspects of basic skills were fostered. The development of Tim McDonnel at the goal and great efforts of Paul Guy at forward and Kirk Wolfsberger and Brad Clevenger at guards helped the Cee's to develop an attitude toward winning. Coach Bob Brewer was not unhappy with the performances of the players and looks forward to next yea r's team. -we .. -.Jil 4-di Above: Brad Clevenger swims to keep ball away from opponent 72 I 1 man.,-,,h . .qggfww 4 vii" ,am Left: Tim Randall swims towards opponent goal Below: Tom Whitney attempts a goal. Row 1: Ben Bogossian, Don Coleman, Rick Peterson,'Dave Dunbabin, Rod Randall, Amin Osorio. Row 2: Tom Whitney, Tim Randall, Paul Guy, Kirk Wolfsberger, Brad Clevenger. Row 3: Coach Brewer. Although devoting much time and energy to the cause, The Varsity Cross ss, Country Team did not live up to its potential and experi- ence. A most disappointing year was suffered with 10 losses and no wins. Reminiscing on the year's record and team's performances, Coach Terry Crystal had very little to offer in the way of excuses or reasons except that some cindermen just did not live up to their potential or ability. Senior Jim Coleman was named the most dedicated and reliable and Junior Don Nlann as the most valuable player on the team. Ray Nliller who had high hopes at the beginning of the season did not achieve his goals. Hopefully, Cross Country will, from its past mistakes, learn and build for a brighter future. Row 1: Renee Grimaud, Wally Rowland, Don Mann, Jim Coleman, Jill Stephens. Row 2: Larry Hansen, Ken Fogg, Bob Wilson, Ray Miller .-n'a '13 l Above: Starting line awaits Coach Crystals gun signal. Right: Don Mann, most valuable player. strains to finish a race. 74 9 i Ml , af" ..l' ' irq' 'N Lf, l I ,4 1 ' K W 'J Q , 'Zag ' Wie I- 4 6 do w fn W4 4 ,gg ,,, ,Sf irvi f 9-M.. , Mmwwmk' MWWW. HVMMWWM W, 4 tw M., My : "'-ef-..,,WM,,,,Ma M-. I HM 0, af' 1 W Mm-f f hw Left: Jim Coleman runs hard to show that he deserves most dedicated player. Below: Don Mann, Jim Coleman, Wally Rowland, Bill Hobe. and Karl Hamrick take time out to pose for a candid shot. wvwhr rfvif ll 5 i hm. is......-' V ,.-...--En.. , . , . is l i "1-ll fl sw! 5 5 1 E 75 .l- li af 4' Row 1: David VonFIue, Karl l-lamrick, Jeff Jack, Doug Busenga, Glenn Coles. Row 2: Tim Nlatchett, Mitch Ward, Bill Cuthbertson, Richard Chabrajez. Row 3: Bill l-lobe, Bryan Gentry. Row 4: Steve Dyches. Showing confidence and ability plus determination and pride, the Junior Varsity Cross Country Team had a very good season winning most oftheir meets. Coach Terry Crystal praised the fresh- men cindermen fortheiroutstanding performances. Named by Coach Crystal as most valuable on the J.V. Cross Country team was Mitch Ward, a dedicated and talented freshman to build hopes for next year's season. Sharing the honors of Most Dedicated were Karl Hamrick and Richard Chabrajez. Coach Crystal also cited Glen Coles, Dave VonFlue, Bryan Gentry- and Jeff Jack fortheir strong performances. The prospects looked good for next year's Cross Country Team. Our roving photographer catches Glen Coles rushing by. ,I 'W' Yfhgjv Q ' .J ., , 1 from 'lg it illhlyl-. ,. ff ll 1 Y.-a, wr , 4 a' 0. W1 1 'i fi !"'5. iff rt'-rf 'ii '4 rki lay.. min ,Q H, l 5. .fe w 'K J Q 'E ln., MW, fa' fix XR A i.. My t I , 5 . M' ,. 2 2 5 me sw .aw 4 -5 1 Q 5 , A f X A, Q eq 5 in -5 .W , 31 951 Above Left: Most dedi- cated, Mitch Ward runs with deep thought. A- bove Right: Rich Chabra- jez tip-toes past prac- ticing football players. Left: Coach Crystal gives a pep talk before a big meet. 77 Row 1: Kirk Wolfsberger, Jack Graff, Bill Metcalfe, Paul Guy, Ralph Byrd, Steve West, Ken Stanton. The first couple years of change are always a period of adjustment and building. Coach Richard Whittington, in his second year as the wrestling coach, was still building The Wrestling Team. Sixteen out of twenty-four ofthe Eagles' grapplers were either freshman andfor first year wrestlers which indicated that the potential for wrestling in the future years should be very good. The early season record of 4 losses and O wins did not discourage Coach Whittington or his team as the opponents were teams of much more experience. The Eagle wrestlers had the hope and determination for a brighter season next year. Some wrestlers praised by Coach Whittington as outstanding were Jeff Johnson, 115 lb. wt. classy Kelly Stewart, 157 lb. wt. class, and Jack Roberts, 178 lb. wt. class. Coach Whittington talks with Bob MacGregor. 78 Mark Faut, Tim McDonnel. Row 2: Scott Brurnfield Kelly Stewart Bob MacGregor ' - 1.-11 it . r 4 K O i, V ff we Left: Wally Rowland attempting an arrnlock, Below: Steve West positions nimselfto roll opponent. Xwj I 2 X .,, Q . ,i 5 ., - z ,- .mmm mf , .. 'P , . ,I f ,K s W J sk 4 Left: Bob MacGregor completes a successful take down. Below Left: Bill Metcalfe is ready to start in the down position. Below Right: Ralph Byrd prior to suc- cessful takedown. - T4 iiit Wg B ii'i ,VM ' Z ' B B In Y' V i .v i if rig f Q :,y,.f: Le ,, L S . ,ani 8, 5 .f -M , 4.., 1 I A, Mgiv 1 , 25 , ,Ma15fwfzsw4'iff' Matched against some very tough teams The Junior Varsity Wrestling Team still came up with some brillant individual efforts. The JV's worked very hard this year and were very determined to try their best. Even though the junior varsity ' wrestlers had a disappointing but hard working season, they are Iookingtorward to a strong squad next year. Freshman John Castle starting a takedown Row 1: Ben Bogossian, John Castle, Brian Ferguson, John Curry, sen, Paul Barnwell, Matt Luikens, Arturo Hernandez, Tom Sperry. ! 3 ,M t A- , Argel Almquer, Bert Brown. R Y. f, x ,r za-'Y Qcw ,-X - 4 sammy li ow 2: Ernie Reynoso, Don Coleman, Larry Han- ! f ' wt 1" NW h w Ni ' , X, X .t fist., , -is 5 , RQ- - , ' x Vi i Q X - -r-Igsgf,--,si sq ' If-ilr ., . 3' 1155 Ni 'wt t 1 lil M491 Above Left: Coach Felix watches in anticipation. Above Right: John Castle attempting a takedown. Middle Left: Matt Luikens with opponent in near pin position. Below Left: Ken Stanton blocking opponent reversal attempt. Below Right: Arturo Her- nandez mlanuevering opponent re- sultinginapin. -1,.,a- ...4-I 'Q A 1: 1 0' sm, 2 U pl "' "' 1 s 3 "Wa, 4 'l - X 3Ni hor' Q- 'r KW. Jeff Tidwell, Steve Bryant, Bill Benedix, Nlike Jellison, Paul Dohman, Dana Ernest, Steve Leal, Mike Branam, Tony Pleick, Scott McGregor, Dori Bell, Jim Aiken, Mgr. Dave Lagotta. Teiimgiriskeirwas- W T ' Y v The Varsity Basketball Team- -. , 1 f r 1 had a rough season. Coach Joe l-lern in his first if if .rl v l ,, V ' f "F,,"-"' yearat El Segundo High School faced the 4' Q l V challenge of building a team from four returning li' f " 4 -N7 W" playersand the eight remaining new members. 1 f 4 Lacking heightand experience, plus adjusting toa 5QFl' J., 1 new coach and techniques, co-captains Da na A r Ernest and Paul Dohman gave strength to the . ' f' team. ltwasn't until two days before the first K "fl mr m y game thata complete 12 man squad was available. """ 5 'mm M X is """' V ' ' Center Steve Leal drives the lane on two Loyola defenders. N 'Q Q A , H rr" N it it 4 1' My S fl- .X , X 82 Q53 K 1 ' lfifi 5 tx' -sz xi Y, ,, gs .W N, that .D--" 2' r .. , ,v rv M X , 5 , . , wma-Mm, ,-,.f,,,,.,,, . I W 3 f f SL " f. M, 153 nf 5 X255 V r ,i ,..... Left: Steve Leal tips it to the Eagles. Below: Outside shooter Tony Pleick shovvsgoodtorm. -,qi 3 UUQETQL gm - , , ,r Lifter? VN tw: M E3 K' 1 limi ,t,. Above: Dana Ernest seeks help from Paul Dohman as Hawthorne defender approaches. Left: Scott McGregor shows good free throwform, 83 'haul E' wrt , v N, W fast K' M.,--....I if' F X s- 2 ,.QJ'f Above: Mike Branarn attempts a twenty footer. Above Right: Dana Ernest's free throw added needed point. Right: Dana Ernest gets assist from MikeJeIIison. 84 ti Q 5 5 X . I ': -. K x . Q K N6 as f , 4 4 4 11 ,if if ' ' V h 4 , .. -itil! 'lun- if 'A .. '.g.'.1t"'.-FE'-7"W' if ' ,, ' V' ff q 'Ehud ' F Q get r f at I W: L 'L Q 2 , t J r N B VVVL gl, X I , V D 5. e it LI' r .I A r.rr . ' 1, xml K N S sr aint., WW , L' - 'fwwwfwa ' J ' , it . , ,mazz2n.,1,'1. 1 .mill 0 Q ff f 4 ' , 51. el ,' i -A W ' xx . ,I ,if zly I rs, b 1591: ' f,.pi' " f ,-Q f f, lu.. ul fi Above Left: Steve LeaI's jump shot over Haw- thorne defender attributes 2 points. Above Right: Coaches Rayl and Hern concentrate on the team's performance. Above: Leaving both teams behind, Scott McGregor rushes for basket. Left: Through a maze of Loyola arms, Mike Braham compietes a successful pass. 85 - -s-r ina -, ,ez S ii - ' p X 4 if A, -ii-5' ',ff tm tal 'A ff I ,-. WWA. S 4 ,151 Q --'vibe ' 'swf-...NM-Q ' of S ..,e'45N Eric Tidvvell. Steve Pritchett, Dave Long, Steve Shilling, Dale NlcNutt, Fred Retzlaff, Bill Schaeffer, Steve Curtis, Dan Riggins xi i Above: Forward Dave Long shoots over Loyola for 2 points. At Right he goes in and up foranother two points. 86 ' I if .f. nf. , ww-v.f.,,,.,,f..,Q,, V if 12' in br .tfgg if ,f ' " S 'J fav I ii J 3 W1 E25 V f W " Q. wil .r , Although the season had a very slow start the Junior Varsity Basketball Team got it all together. They progressed to a very satisfac- tory team. Throughout the season Dave Long threatened their opponents by making 46 percent of his shots. Freshman Eric Tidwell led the team in steals and Steve Pritchett with assists. Steve Obradovich did a fine job of ball handling and Stewart Swiggum and Dale McNutt helped Long with his rebounding. ff' 5 - ti Q-.W-7.,,.,.,ga?-and ,Ania lr!! ff ..... 3' W Av Above: Steve Pritchett attempts a jump shoot at 15 feet. Above Left: Stewart Swiggum drives in for a lay up. Below Left: Eric Tid- weII's free throw puts the Eagles on top. m-,,, QUT -ld IB! ,ff Don Bechtel, Mike O'DelI, Jeff Hancock, Dave Minkler, Don Conner, Jim Chavez, Craig Cleary, Dennis Riggins, Walter Wiley, Nlatt Nlullins, Glen White, Lisle Randall. Rick Smith, Mike Robison, Keith Wolfsberger. Even though the season started not too successfully, the Bee Basketball Team, after changing their style of play, came on strong in their games and were considered title contenders in the league. The Bee team's high scorer was Craig Cleary who averaged 30 points per game and strived for 41 against Excelsior. The Excelsior game made history for the Eagles, it was the highest scoring Bee game in history, 90-85. Aon 2 Jeff Hancock goes in for a lay up X ,,,. ,:,3.,pr 88 '1 iiri' X Sw Left: Craig Cleary shoots over opponent for two points, Below: Glen White stuns the opponent with an 18 footer. A f 5 y . if . 2. 1 5 f ff fx, ., ff rj ' 1 I ' WWW . f g A , , , 3 fe, 1, r 4 2 Left: Jeff Hancock in free throw position scores another point. Above: Lisle Randall shoots for two points. 89 whar- Right: Unguarded Tom Soto goes in for a layup. Below: Sam Shriver goes down the middle for a jump shot. ff 'i 'W Cee basketballers are, From Left to Rightg Kirk Lebow, Tom Soto, Eric Nagel, Scott Schultz, Bryan Smith, Tim Cargill, Bob Smith, Sam Shriver Mitch Ward, Chuck Zopfi. Mike Peterson, Steve O'NeiI, Todd Yasiri. Chris Barton, and Matt Stewart. 4,0 tl iw, Lx!! 1 glkwi f X--he-we ' , tx 13 Q 1 3 X X my ,f .M N NR y K N 9 g 45 2 QQ K a M Q , f , 85:2-Q , , 1 s- X T' ' "' ng: t fffi, . S Q , X X T 3 is , 1,..2 i I , Z' JVVV gal' ' Above Left: Tim Cargill goes in for a successful layup. Above: Mitch Ward tips it to the Eagles, Left: Bryan Smith goes in for a layup. By strengthening their overall capacity The Cee Basketball Team defeated over half ofthe taller fresh man teams they played. In the Leuzinger Tournament, Tom Soto was voted All-Team by the opposing coaches after playing only three games. The Cee's, who are coached by Don Woodsmall, were contenders for their division title, They won their first league game destroying Lennox 59-26. The Cee's were led by the scoring of Tom Soto and Sam Shriver and the reboundingot Tim Cargill, Bryan Smith, and Chuck Zopti. '4 91 'f Ag ,Y 7-7 Ae-7 --- '1 During the yea r, The Girls Athletic Association, under the guidance of Carol Propstra, prepared themselves for the various sports days and planned money-making projects in order to award a scholarship to an outstanding senior. G.A.A. class is open to any girls fulfilling the requirement set by the constitution. Once they have become members they must participate in after school activities and maintain a "B" in the class. This yea r's G.A.A. was honored to come in first place at the Miralest Volleyball playday. They also held their own track and field day here at El Segundo, which was considered a great success. G.A.A. President Chris Collette Row 1: Maureen McGarry, Martha Leal, Cindy l-lull, Phyllis Helvey, Sandy Hull, Shannon Helms, Evelyn Bayes, Zoila Victorero, Row 2: Joyce Jacobson, Maaike Holman, Sharon Olson, Debbie Landreth, Vicki Jellison, Lorna Lindstrom, Chris Collette. Edwiges Carvalho, Ne-Ima Sullivan, Keri Smith, Vanetta Lindsay. Row 3: Debby Cottriel. Madeline Cripe, Grace Hammock, Vichy Dicks, Kathy IaBIanc, Margy Hogan, Zonia Nichelson, Gay Pen- delton, Suzanne Ramey. Officers discuss play day at board meeting. X'o.., , vi if-4 ... I A .a .4 4 i at 'i 5 -QQ X., 4 1 '-ff" Left: Suzanne Ramey snows perfect forrn in digging the ball. 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The Acedemics will includethe foriegn language clubs, shops, musical ly orientated groups, and the publishing bodies of the school. With an active membership ofthirty students, the Spanish Club was again recognized as a major club on campus. Utilizingthe advice of Miss Neva Hitchcock and Mr. Frank Real, Club Espanol had many activities to further their knowledge of the Spanish culture. Amongthese activites were a field tripto Olvera Street, a spanish movie, the language cIub's Christ- mas party, and participation in the sister city cloth- ing drive. Spanish Club Officers: Left To Right. Roger Evans - President. Miss Neva Hitchcock - ad- visor. Nancy Chambers - Secretary. Janet Ellis - Treasurer. Mr. Frank Real - advisor. Bob Kessener - Vice President. 1 Above: Spanish Club members, Left To Right: Joan Markley, Joyce Jacobson, Dawn Roseland. 4 '29 We N7 M so gg:-xr W .1 L9 Left: the Azetec Calendar, the symbol of Spanish Club. Directly under: Members Debbie Biggs and Kristie Carlson at meeting. Lower Left: Colleen Kelly, Leslie Lowell, Joan Markley, Roc lVlcNaughton listen to club plans. Lower Right: Valerie Groff, Lee Ann Mc- Canies Cbackgroundj, Charlon Simmons combine lunch and Spanish meeting. fC""' Sym' ,f-'E 97 E 3 Q . I if 4, Above: The Eiffel Tower, svmbol of France and French Club. Be- low: Left To Right. Shirley Storm. Vice President, Sue Campeau, Historian, Mrs. Beth Wolf, advisor, Naomi McElvain, President, Mary Van Drie, Secretary. "Un Changement dedans" is the French way of saying, "A Change Within" and changes were seen not only in the classroom with its new wireless sets, tapes and slides, but also in the enthusiasm and attitudes ofthe French Club. Even the traditional progressive dinner was changed into a "backwards" dinner with the first course as des- sert. A tripto the French movie "L 'Enfant Savage" and to a French restaurant for dinner added to the fun ofthe group. The annual Christmas party and awards banquet were also a part ofthe year's activities. French Club President Naomi McElvain was responsible for conducting the bimonthly meetings with the sponsor, Mrs. Beth Wolf. Next year's hopes are high for another busy schedule of activities. 1 , , , V cv. 98 VW , ..,. ,..,. , Q .,., . Right: Members Nancy Johnson and Kathy LeBlanc. Below: Susie Campeau, Charla Sundquist. and Maaike Holeman, make plans at French Club meeting. Shirley Storm, Colleen Reardon. Bottom Left: Evelyn Jones, Roberta Kincel, and Debbie Jones participated in French Club. Bottom Right: Ann Proctor. Jeanette Carr, and Evelyn Woehrer discussed French Club Activities. .g YN' :if Q 'ew i +...,,mb I 441 Keeping in step with the evolution of change, the Junior Classical League, with a membership of only five members, was not expected to survive unless there was a change in the current trend to extract Latin Club from the curriculm, Next year, Latin will not be offered at E.S.H.S. Even with such a small membership, the club enjoyed such activ- ities as the traditional Roman dinner at the home of Mrs. Margret Potter, the club's sponsor, the Christmas party with the other foriegn language clubs, and a field trip to the Getty Museum. This spirited and highly acedemic clubthat has offered so much to the past will be remembered with fond memories by those who have been a part of it. vw- N f 1 . 'lOO ,f .,if. R ""Uyi,. 'V' 1 L 9 we 41, 3555 ..n Above: Latin CIub's statue "Aeneas" keeps watch over all Latin activities. Far Left: Lynn Johnston - Senior. Left: Mark Ashley - Junior. Below Far Left: Colleen Roth - Sen- ior. Below Middle: John Walkey - Senior. Below: Karen Roseland - Senior, 4 ,,. ..-'W I4 ff,-5 f fit? f .1 1-A r ,f- 4. V ,..f E- - , 'R . .J T Left: Latin members Lynn Johnston and Mark Ashley attended a six week course on Classical Hurnanties and the Latin Language at Scripps College last summer, earning six college cred- its. Below: Left To Right. Club officers. Mrs. Margret Potter, advisor. Mark Ashley, Vice President. Colleen Roth. Secretary-Treasurer. Lynn Johnston, President, John Walkey. Par- lirnentarian. Karen Roseland, Historian. I K 198 .r fx Junior, Lori Robinson Crightj and student teacher, Mrs. Joyce Steece, fbelowj use the equipment in the library annex. Senior library assistant, lopposite page upperl Kathy Mackin, sorts papers and shop teacher, tupper rightj Mr. Phil Gingrich, browses through the curriculum to use in his classes. Sophomore, tbelow rightl Steve Ford, checks out the magazine stand in the oldlibrary. i Questions ofthe future. . .lessons ofthe past.. .have undergone an exciting change as E.S.l-l.S. prepared for the new Library that opened second semester of this year. The greatest change was the physical plan of the library itself. Sound-proofed and carpeted, the library offered a totaly different conception from the old traditional wooden shelves and bare floors. Seminar rooms, a recording room and lounge chairs helped to create an atmospherethat encouraged students to come to the library to relax and enjoy themselveswhile studying. The new equipment, such as the super eight millimeter reel to reel pro- jector andthe ever changing supply and choice of fil mstrips, records and books, made learning at E.S.H.S. a challenging and relevant experience. I I 'li My H W ' W i i is ., r i , ,. i. V, ,G ,. 'Xlj :2 ' f L' AN ,- f r I fr 5 f ,gy - fx f ,f,: L. . f . ,,, ', yqfff 4 ff' Qjifg 5074 . ', ' 3'Q'5'-,!,,ff' 'jif "7 xr 1 1 K iz- W it ' 3 i Q' V ' :Ai X A ' X Xl. fvf " ' WZ? 3.35 I 1 lfi 'T' -.. w-V' Q Q I f ff 1 1 55 f 9, 54 9 , f 1 z ' , if 'Sis 1 5 lf' 1 1 Q ,, A, 45 N A Q: Q ,X .Q , if v ip AAm...,, '55 - Ffa QQ fav, 95 af E r' 1, ' 1 I I is 5 9 Left: Woodshop received badly needed bench tops. Bottom Left: Jim Chavez uses a hard router to "carve" his name on a plaque. Middle: Using the belt sander, Pat Giery exhibits lin workmanship. Probably one of the most enioyed shop classes, Wood Shop was taught seven periods each day. This year thethe wood shop recieved many new tools such as a wood welder, pnue- matic nailer, various hand tools, and new bench tops. Mr. J. D. Smith and IVlr. David Garinger were the instructors. vi' 'Qi il L 1 .l , fl ' I I X . -A Ir fi Nfl: ' 5 I SX 7- Left: Precision counts, so Harry Wenzel measures the line per- fectly. Left Middle: Dan Riggins, seeing a mistake, corrects his error. Left Bottom: Striving for perfection, Ernest Reynoso erases a mistake. Below: Bill Schaefer makes last minute touch-ups with the helpof one ofthe new drafting machines. ,xref ' 5 L . y., ,af 5 X 4 ' ' 4 ' " Enjoyed by girls as well as boys werethe me-1 Mechanical Drawing ' fr - A " """ ,M A courses which included drafting. Mr. David Garinger, an El Segundo graduate as the new teacher of these classes, l " A was an inspiration to those students who filled al most every desk every period. New equipment, new ideas, and the new teacher were the changes in these classes which S. lVlr. Garinger, and thank you for the use of your tri- angles bythe annual staff. l O5 V . V -an M- - " ' A ,Q '-4. 1.24 " 'Mft' ' " t za , I ' f- ' ' A ' Y - -'l .I added to the fun and enjoyment. Welcome backto E.S.H. I N xx P A 'E ' ,L.,,,.-.mtg l"' I I ini' h 5 Producing a metalic and creative array of projects, Metal Shop had a sucessful year. The addition of a new band saw helped even more in this year's productivity. Mr. Phil Gingrich, the shop instructor, was very satisfied with this year's performance, and he looks forward to another one next year. .:P'. M 15. Ns-.-.,, Left: Mr. Ginrich reviews project layout with John Hayes. Center: Greg Beaty skill- fully works on the metal lathe. Bottom Left: Pat Cook smiles contentedly at his newly made skull. Bottom Right: Looking rather skeptical, Tom Soto reviews his peacesign. 5 s 5 ,-L... . Q' ky i "1 K ff --.. -as Making definate strides toward progress, the Auto Shop courses rnet five periods a day. The new instructor, Mr. Alan Car- son, introduced new rnethods and ideas in his classes. Many boys re- paired their own car in these prac- tical and benefical classes. ww, My ,Www Top: Joe Pettet fhalf hiddenj assits Gary Nic- kens as he repairs steering. Middle: Bob Volk stares into the distance as Brent Stiwell is caught by surprise while fixing his engine. Right: Bob Wilson repairs a damaged motor- cycle. Z -k , -- A Q5 11 I X at YA 'EWR 'W 107 , Y Only your imagination was needed as the requirement for the popular elec- tive classes of Design Crafts and Ceramics. These highly creative classes met underthe supervision of Mr. Phil Wood. Paper mache, resin, clay, and rug yarn were some of the media used to express the individual's per- sonality through art. The finished products were useful as well as dec- orative and a source of delight to the students. lO8 xii, W Top: Pausing from her mosaic, Donna San- ders smiles for the cameraman. Above: Bobby Marquez using a potter's wheel to make a Cup. Left: Beverly Howell works hard and deligently on a what-cha-ma-call-it. Left: Seniors, George Brett and Jim Obradavich, look on as art students draw local scenery. Middle: Art teach- er, Mr. Jeldum admires ,art work with art students Tom Helvey, Valerie Ray, Barbara Zagorski and Richard Castle, Below: Linda White gets some friend- Iy advice from art teacher Mrs. Dodie Daoud. Recognizingthe changingtimes and needs of met every Wednesday after school for two hours. Sponsored by art teacher, Mrs. Dodie Daoud and under the leadership of director, Senoma Stuthard and Co-director, Sue Beall, the Art Guild offered to any interested student at E.S.H.S. a chance to explore and experiment in any phase or area of art. Some found plea- sure in designing and making jewelry while others were content to draw or paint, getting help and suggestions from Mrs. Daoud on how to improve their work in ceramics, leather and metal crafts. All were available for those who cared to experiment in these fields. Hopes to participate in the Renaissance Pleasure Faire again in the spring were inspirations for the Art Guild members to do their own thing and create a project for the Faire exhibitions. f, 109 "Stretch, pull, and sew!" No, it isn't a new physical exercise but a new concept in the Homemaking Clothing Classes. The new knit fabrics and synthetic materials chal lenged the imagination and ability of the 60 E.S.H.S. girls as they sewed,T-shirts,sweaters and other fashionable clothing from these newest methods and materials of sewing. In addition to this new and different art of sewing, the clothing classes made stuffed toy animals, house slippers and other creative items for gifts. lVlrs. Nan Fisher, homemaking teacher, described this year's cloth- ing classes as "highly motivated and energetic," Working with Mrs. Fisher in this exciting new world of homemaking are Mrs. Lucille Perry and lVlrs. Jones, teaching assistants, and two lab assistants, juniors, Debbie Bayes and Joyce Cuthbertson. Field trips to several big fabric stores, demonstra- tions of a knitting machine, creative stitchery plus a late spring fashion show madethe Home- making Clothing Classes educational and enjoy- able. Right: Junior, Cindy Bernard demonstrates the sewing technique while Below Junior, Faith Roach gets advice from herteacher, Mrs. Fisher. Q4 M' nfl M..-:.A ,W , ,. 33 Wi Q f 1 gi .,..., at .7 f E i Z i , .,.,?Z7f FF' ff . "' 'Wi .:" "QA ' , ' 5 2 ' , V 1 f . ,V ,h,, V. 1 , f ,W fr ' M f V Q, 3:13, 4-Mn-4-ana.-..- Y- XM! ' M Upper Left: Senior, Vicky Carson and Qupper rightj Renee Keane frost their cakes for a cake decorating contest. Middle Right: Principal, Dr. John Machisic, and shop teacher Mr. J. P. Smith judge cakes as Cindy Perkins, Maureen Cummings and Maria Valles excitedly wait for the results. Above: Freshmen, Maureen Cum- mings and Karen Stimpson, are two ofthe nine happy winners. isa if , . . 114 k . '51 xi ,' '- I 4 W "' M WM, I ' Dm, 5 U 'Wop Operating very effectively this year due to the joint effort of Mrs. Nan Fisher, home- making teacher, and Mrs. Lucille Perry, teacher assistant, was the Homemaking Foods Classes. Seniors, Martha Berenger and Valerie Wal- lace, acted as student lab assistants and inspired the 59 girls in the foods classes to bake and sell homemade minced meat and pumpkin pies to the faculty at Thanksgiving and to prepare breakfasts and luncheons for faculty and administrators. Cake decorating contests, field trips to local grocery stores and Farmers' Market were added attractions to the usual class projects of lectures and cooking. lll Helping students to select the right vocation is one of the main goals of education. E.S.H.S. students are very fortunate to have forthethird year the oppor- tunity to attend the Southern California Regional Occupation Center, better known as S.C.R.0.C. This school, located in Torrance, offers vocational training to approximately sixty to seventy E.S.H.S. students. KT .....4i Top Right: Patiently welding, Brad Nagel plans to further his knowl- edge of the subject. Above: The S.C.R.O.C. automotive center looks much like our auto shop but only more detailed. Right: While train- ing to bea nurse. Kim Hines measures a patients blood pressure. ll2 I- un. food, friendship, and service to others were the watchwords for the . ...ure Homemakers of America. Starting the year off with a successful doughnut sale, F.H.A. proved once again that the homemakers of tomorrow are an active and social group. ln October, Martha Berenger, Val Wallace, Sharon Olson, and advisors, Mrs. Nan Fisher and Mrs. Lucille Perry, attended the State F.l-l.A, Convention held in Monterey. Christmas packages were sent to Vietnam soldiers and an Easter party was held for Head Start Program children in April. Serving as hostesses at a wedding reception in February was another unusual service this year. In late spring, the club presented an assembly for the Junior High girls, hoping to interest them in this worthwhile club. Pictured below left are Sharon Olson and Martha Berenger at the pumpkin farm- a stop enjoyed on the way home from the conference. Below right, the 1970-71 officers are installed at a banquet. From left, they are Felicia Kongable, historian, Sharon Olson, secretary, Linda Farnsworth, Senior Representative, Valerie Wallace, vice-president, Martha Berenger, president, and Marsha Olson, last year's president. 31. af ., gf, V' ln ' f . F.l-LA. Front Row: Kristi Wallace, Martha Berenger, Valerie Wallace, Patty Bader, Diane Sturm Back Row: Sharon Olson, Deanna Lim berg, Joyce Cuthbertson, Theresa Morris, Debbie Hughes, Felicia Kongable Missing are: Linda Farnsworth, Laurie Gaston, Joyce Hayos, Carol Hartman, Debbie Summers, Vera Maloy, Georgie Dye, Patsy Layne, Barbara Wiitala, Debbie Bayes, Susie Kinney ' 1, ""'1gn,f , iw Top. CLeft to right, kneelingj Joan Markley, Lee Ann McCanlies, Valerie Groff, Janet Ellis, Sandy l-lull, Made- line Cripe, Second Row. Peter Sin' Clair, Nancy Chambers, Vicki Jelli- son. Colleen Kelly, Kathy Schaffer, Joyce Jacobson, Charisse Roach, Debbie Jones, Steve Domann, Cindy Hull, Colleen Roth, Denise Efflant. Third Row. Mark Ashley, John Long, Felisha Kongable, Joan Gangawere, Kristie Carlson, Naomi MacElvain, Roc McNaughton, Evelyn Jones, Lynn Johnston, Shirley Storm, Michelle Ramsey, Debbie Allen, Debbie Robif son, Dick Kessener, Katrina Hann, Susan Strum, Janeen Carlson, Kim Martin. John Babcock, Advisor Don Woodsmall. Top Row. John Slatton. Mark Grosvenor. Joyce Paff, David Botfeld, Tom Jolly, Right: CSF. of- ficers discuss important business. From left to right areg Peter Sinclair. member, John Slatton. Treasurer. Dave Jones Vice-President, Kristie Carlson, Secretary, Mark Ashley. President. Advisor. Mr. Don Wood- small. ll4 ....,,N-N-NNW 2 1 I 2 4 , 4' ' f 'f" A "Vw- . l 4 "Scholarship for Service" is the motto for EI Segundo's California Scholarship Federation. To be eligible for this honorary organization, a student needs three "A's" in solid subjects, such as English, math and science. Good citizenship is also required for membership. C.S.F. encouraged students to achieve high academic standards. Members were recommended for scholarships, grants and awards for their outsta nding achievement. The 1970 Fall member- ship list numbered 22 seniors, 11 juniors, 18 sophomores and 5 freshmen Field trips to the J. Paul Getty Museum and to regional meetings were added attractions for this club. Mr. Don Woodsmall and Mrs. Margret Potter were the sponsors of C.S.F. for this year. ,A Top Left: Posed ina "71", these senior scholars 5 W W, , look forward to gradu- 'Q ation. Forming the seven 3 ,.. 'f are, From the Bottom to Top, Janeen Carlson, Susan Sturm, Michelle Ramsey, Colleen Roth, John Slatton, Mark Gros- venor, and Debbie Robi- son. The one is formed by Bottom to Top, Joyce Paff, Janis Westover, Dick Kessener, Lynn Johnston, and John C. Long. Bottom Left: C.S.F. members board the bus on its way to the Getty museum. The spirit of music and experimentation in choreography and dance techniques, combined with fifteen girls interested in modern dance, created the dance club Orchesis. Mrs. Fritzi Holmes was the sponser of this spirited group which met after school to discover new interpretations of music through dance. Each spring, Orchesis produces a modern dance concert for the public, and this year they also performed in the Christmas concert. Their performance was a truly delightful change for our student body. ir! S . M , l yew-i f , ,i it 3 , Y R G W..-1 41 I ,fi an V V ,,, ,N i,,r ,, 4.,. Above: Some of the members of Orchesis express themselves by turning a few cartwheels. Center: Karen Davis, Leslie Lowell, Jana Ford and Lisa Hamaker, get ready to take off. Right: Lori Robinson watches as Heidi Culp shows her a step. Dance analysis integrated with other fine arts were iust some of the aspects taught during sixth period Advanced Modern Dance Class. The Halloween Concert, performed for the El Segundo Elementary Schools, provided the opportunity to study and use stage props, costumes, ma ke-up, and other special effects. Everything from witches to penguins danced to the delight of the young audiences. Participation in the Christmas Concert and the Nlodern Dance Concert in the Spring offered more experiences in all areas of dance performance. Instructing these advanced students in modern dance was Nlrs. Fritzi Holmes. Top: Two girls practice their dance routine for the Christmas Concert, Above: Jana Ford and Joyce Cuthbertson watch as Kim Hines works on a step for their dance. Left: Mary Byrd, Sandi Schrader, Noel lVlcElvain, Carol Runkell, and Kathy Whitford, practice for the Halloween concert. h"Vh, More breathing exercises, new techniques in strengthening voices, and even new views on selecting music describes the changes in Beginning Girls' Chorus. The contagious spiritand enthusiasm of Miss Diane Simons, Music teacher, was evident in the performance of these girls at the Christmas Concertand music assembly. The hopes for bigger and better changes were voiced by a ll involved in this fine chorus. Upper Left: Exercises in breath control proved beneficial, Right: Practice. practice. practice - . .A f , . .... -44-4. . .ziwkffzf-,ghyvf-444., I.-s--H -A - W ' it f wwe, fi . f, ,r , ' X , ' ::'-,,Q,, vt f- ,V ..- , Q , , , I M Q Z , A X -qw , ' 71-rl., ,' 152.- f 1, iw J s""" -v ,. V, , W' ,, '7f57l1,,,'?f'7, 73402, ' ',,,?'7vf 4 K , ' , 2 Q Mia ,Q 1: I l-,347f21yf,g - Row One: Juanita Ramsey, Sally Mason, Lauri Durban, Susan Horst, Carol Witt, Nancy Claflin, Sue Beall, Robin Magraudy. Row Two: Joy Stevens, Carolyn Clark, Sharon Armstrong, Kathy Wagner, Rosemary l-lare. Kim Wiley, Laurette Bowde, Karen Dickens, Cindy Perkins, Leslie Lowe. Row Three: Cathy Janssen, Sherry Ping, Kit Pendergraft, Tracey Aikens, Maureen McGarry, Patty Miser, Faye Lemmon, Evelyn Mungvia, Joy McKee. Row Four: Martha Leal. Dorinda Ernest, Jamie Shannon, Lisa Hamaker, Valerie Groff, Rosanne Lake, Careyn Shoe- maker, Bev Brown, Brenda Horton. '-4 W Row One: Debbie Harrison, Shari Martin, Kathy Mackin, Cathy Chamberlain, Cindi McMillan, Michelle Turri, Patti Schumacher, Florence Steffer, Karen Ramsey, Carol Hartman. Row Two: Debbie Hughes, Pam Justice, Glenda Pagett, Melissa McCready, Karen Goodale, Vicky Dicks, Lynn Wendell, Linda Nelson, Debbie Mrdalj, Peggy Ray, Angela Williams. Row Three: Mary Church, Kathy Gerughty, Lora Holcomb, Laura Carr, Barbara Wiitala, Kathy Luthy, Ramona Roth, Sally Braden, Karen Fitch. Row Four: Patty Shanks, Pam Ramey, Kim Wills, Sandi Schrader, Cheryl Scott, Marsha Bechard, Karen Howard, Pam Coney, Cheryl Devil- biss, Dona McMahon, Marianne McKean, Jill Sacks, Colleen Reardon. Left: Miss Simons conducts the class in voice warm-ups. Right: Some of the exercises were comical to view. A profit of 540.00 from a November Bake Sale by Advanced Girls' Chorus resulted in hiringa professional harpist to perform at the unique and beautiful Christmas Concert given December 11 in the auditorium forthe student body and public, Entering a dimly lit auditorium, the girls carried lighted candles and presented "A Ceremony of Carols" to an appreciative and large audience. The Spring Concert included the combined singing of Boy's Chorus much to the delight of everyone. Kathy Geraughty served as president forthe Chorus this year. Miss Diane Simons, music teacher, was in charge of the group. ll9 ,, : gl fl '92, Echoingvibrantlythrough the annex area during fourth period were the deep and powerful voices of Boys Chorus. With unsurpassed dedication, these boys accomplished many musical feats. They performed "Oh Happy Day" along with Girls' Beginning Chorus for the Christmas Concert and added depth and masculinity to "Do You Hear What I Hear?" Everyone agreed it was an impressive and successful change to combine the two choral groups, l2O Row One: Steve Fowler, Bob Gulick, Scott Bailey, Row Two: Karl Hamrick, Steve O'NeiIl, Frank Mouchebouf, Row Three:Ronnie Stephenson, Paul Barnwell, Larry Harrington, Tim Spees, Row Four: Terry Ray, Curt Harrington, Frank Johnston, Brad Svogar. Left: Frank Mouchebouf, Scott Bailey, and Steve Fowler give it their all during chorus class. Below: The boys learned that the way to achievement was practice. 0 Mix 'lp .' ' P' 'X 2 J Front: Carol Nelson, Vicky Williamson, Laura Mclntyre, Dawn Peterson, Linda Deeter, Charisse Roach, Barbera Dlugajczyk, Debbie Jones,,Iony Patterson, Mary Byrd, Elaine Retzlaff. Row Two: Gaile Crable, Gina Turino, Susanne Morton, Michelle Ramsey, Gayle Murray, Joyce Brandon, Debbie Hinkle, Lori Curtis, Sherry Buckingham, Row Three: Lynn Johnston, Brent Mone, Bob McGregor, Paul Smith, Will Copeland, Joyce Paff. Row Four: Alan Brown, Mike Hare, Mike Janssen, Ray Kommel, Marty Ottinger. 4 DO 00 Above: The girls in A Capella rehearse fervently for the Christmas concert, while the boys patiently await their turn. Above Right: Miss Diane Simons, Music teacher, cues A Capella to begin singing. Feeling the vibrations of change, the A Capella Choir and their music teacher, Miss Diane Simons, began the new school year with a change of techniques from former chorus classes. With Miss Simons conducting the group at the Christmas Concert, A Capella executed from melting, soft melodies to breathless tunes of Christmas joy. The Methodist Church and the Women's Club thrilled to performances by A Capella which took place in December. 5 1 FW WMS 121 Rocking to the pulse of the change within, Stage Band provided our school with a variety of music ranging from soul sounds to jazz and classics. Under the direction of Richard Tash, Stage Band performed at an assembly on March 26, at the Rotary Awards Banquet, and also at a concert at the iunior high. Duringfifth period, the classes in the east wing were witness to the trials and tribulations of Stage Band. 06 Above: Mr.Tash set the pace for a popular rock song. Right: David Shee- han and Marc Pogue made playing the trumpet look easy in Stage Band. 122 Row One: John Peterson, David Sheehan, Marc Pogue, Terry Flint, Lynn Johnston. Row Two: Mike Frio, Pat Kelly, Jim Cummings, John Botting. Row Three: Patty Shanks, Bob Pederson, Richard Schlottman, Gary Cowan, Ron Randall. www 42 32 , ,Z L f Front Row: Nancy Mason, Shane Finnie, Debi Murray: Back Row: Glenn Coles, Pam Campbell, John Castle, Jeannine Thurgood, Julie Collings, Kathy Ben nett, Don Coleman. li? baggy ,. ?l'L'!'??Bff 'lim '-4 X 'ul Along with numerous changes this year was a new group of young musicians who belonged to a class entitled Beginning Strings. Another class whose success was dueto lVlr. Tash, Beginning Strings began down the long hard road to learning the various aspects of music. By the closing of the school year, its members were anxious to take that giant step to more advanced band classes. 'Ne 2" Top Right: Concentration and determination are essential for suc- cess. Above: John Castle found that it wasn't all that easy. Right: Mr. Tash added a little play to the work. Ax J Left-Front: Stuart Kulp, Nancy Murphy, Kathy Wagon, Ron Randall. Back Rowg Chet Harter, Polly Westover, Paul Guy, Tim Machett. Below Left Leanne McCanIies, John La-Cognata. Jeanie Collings, Roc McNaughton, Bill Frye. Tim McDonnell, Zonia Nichelson, Debbie Arnot. Tim Randall. 5 L". xx A g V ' R 'A 1, 'wh lfli. , - .--V , 71 , X . ja? V V .N 'V IVV .' k -- :C J --fn-'54 ' 7 fn' W i. V A ' -1' -L. Q- ' V V VJQ. ' ga N T ' A 0 V t ps FW' , MA , A . 'sm .- -- , .t , 1 et, A J .,, e A Q - .. Q at e T el J S 3 I" , V KV V . V ,Q ' Q A H ' V V J, - V -VV, .V V V i NV , - : V ,- . V VV V l V4 , .aVL- ' V ,,i:. . VVQV :' 2 V13 V V V V-A , J 44 V P C 9 Ku -V .V ' l A " 4 I l L Nj- -Vfy 7 'P'--'.,Q'Iff'wTf5.1,,l.,.V"'QACNJ' M' "-asf-':'?f"'s5-Lf7'Ufg"'t " u .1 5 - ' v Q , 4 S f,-', ,N l fqfrgf- 5 ,,. U ,, n NN V -'J . V .Q Ly I VV V 1 S1 it fit? ,et 9 19 A - V 3 ,V . I :Vik V 1 ,V x f, T, - , , , ,Ti 'le Mawr' -0 5 O ' 0, 'PS 190 , JA' T P we J T , 'Wi P ' J :ji I K , A' V :A . l 1 it be S, D Af . , ,, y V , V V V VV VV V V VV V ,,. ,NV . l2-4 Above Top Right, Gary Cowan, Diane Roberts, Johanna Pervis, Jim Hunter, Ron Randall. Kurt, McAllister, Keri Smith, Dayle Buschkotter, Lisle Randall, Left: Kathy Wagnon, Zonia Nichelson and Jeannie Collings get in a little prac- tice before a football game. Righty Rodney Randall, Roger Meeks, Steve Crews, Ben Brookens. Fred Retzalff, David Sheehan, Bill Cuthbertson, Jay Harmon Goergia Harmon, Nancy Chambers EVER- . if" -J., -f ' r' -0-. 'f .. , .-'..,- ' 1.5, -,-.1--S-.5-' X 7.91" 4 This was the year ofthe Marching Band! Proudly displaying their new blue and gold band uniforms-the results of sellingtons of Halloween candy and license plate holders, of innumeral bake sales and the 1970 Spring Carnival-the 83 members of the 1970-71 Marching Band were a joy to behold and hear. Entertainingthe Eagle football fans at half-time for all home games, marching in the Homecoming Parade and community Christmas parade, the band proved to be a lin k of communication between community and school. Doing an excellent job of directing this fine group was the band teacher, Richard Tash. Helping Mr. Tash in this tremendous job was Ron Randall, drum major. Always searching for new ideas and ways to improve, the E.S.H.S. marching band promises to continue to be an outstanding feature of our school. .- ".1'.. Left, Top: Naomi McElvain, Joe Stiers, Brian Ferguson, Back Row: Relda Spielman, Susan Wiley, David Botfield, Paul Arnot. Joan Markley, Colleen Kelly, Debbie Bayes, Jeannie Thur- good. Middle: Front, Nancy Johnston, Janet Ellis, Sandy Hull. Mary Van Drie, Patti Misner, Chris Barton, June Francois, Terry Flynn. Back Row: CharLou Simonson, Peter Sinclair, Mark Pitchford. Keith Work, Tony Avak, Carolyn Evans, Lynn Johnston, Noel McElvain. Above: Brian McNulty, Patty Shanks, Jeff Bell, Shane Finnie, Marty Ottinger, Mike Roberts. Sally Mason. Stuart Kulp, Tom' Helvey, Gay Pendleton, Maaike Holman. Steve Young. Left: Marty Ottinger entertain- ed a capacity crowd at a football game halftime with a drum solo. l25 Each year Girls' League enjoys a busy schedule and this year was no exception. Starting off the activities was an orientation program forthe freshmen girls. Continuing activities included a pie eating contest, Christmas Canned Foods Drive, pennant and rooter ribbon sales, fashion show, and Valentinetelegrams. Also each month a "Girl of the Month" was chosen to be honored for her accomplishments and activeness in school affairs. Girls' League is opened to all girls of E.S.H.S. and met every Monday during lunch with Nancy Goodale, president, and advisors, Moonyeen DeSmidt, Cecile Gelinas, and Karen Kesselman. All money-making activities were for the support of their Korean orphan. This is the third year Girls' League has contributed to her support. Girls' League enjoyed a year of service and spirit to school and community and was a great asset to our school. Upper Right - President, Nancy Goodale. At Right-Girls' League officers, Stand- ing Left To Right are: Emily Wiley, Historian: Senoma Stuthard, Publi- city, Lynn Wendell, Friendship: Sitting Left To Right are, Betty Young, Sec- retary: Janis Westover, Vice President. Below Right, Left To Right are: Mich- elle Ramsey, Joyce Paff, Janeen Carl- son, and Chris Collette: Senior Repre- sentatives. Pix T26 i . l .....----. ,avg xg Y' 4'aQ4 nf-, 9 I Above Left, Left,To Right are: Margie Walsh. Ellen Thomas, Gayle Murray, and missing is Beverly Elstrom - Junior Representatives. At Left, Left To Right are: Sponsors, Miss Kesselman, Miss Gelinas and Mrs. DeSmidt. Below Left, LeftTo Right are Cindi McMillan, Susan Phillips, Glenda Pagett, and missing is ldonna Snow - Sophomore Representitives. Blow, Left To Right are: Evelyn Bayes, Vicki Jellison. Juanita Ramsey, and Kim Wiley - Freshmen Representitives. 46 l in-lf ...Jpeg ge... -- Y -:fwfr artfu- ,Q 11' ,fwfr 1 JU, +1 9.f1'Q 117, ,".ff,b'2 ,2-gd: .iuiigr 453 5' ' V 'Fe' 3' nf 1 ?Y:V:7 l J ,un 1- -. - P 'Ja Ubi K . X AUG fx G. Q, 5, Qcfzxzzy . lv 5,1 ' fia'--' 9,6 i if ' " 1: A: l27 --Iv' "i""""""""'-H-sw 1 , ' "N 5 ' I OC' 55 ,- cf' O 'Q P, ' ' A M W --4' . , g 'in E 1 1 ii! FM'-Q I X 4 " W .- -s ' Sitting: Jim Coleman, Bob Schaeffer, Don Van Buren, Miss Dokken, Gary Cowan. Standing: Ken Schmidt, Dana Ernest, Becky Simko, Cindy Castle, Evelyn Woehrer, John Babcock, Kathy Hutchinson, Gaile Crable, Kathy Gerughty, Les Cripe, Dan Herman. Not Pictured: Pam Elmstrom, Bev Elmstrom, Leo Donahue, Monica Pigott, Frank Judge. Below: Ken Schmidt, Dan Herman, and John Babcock con- template an article. W 1 ,Lu I, i i"'4u lib!! 4 Y N P J 1 , 2 uf ,in eg 'rn w l28 .A A 'vi' A-'till bi X T X X Freedom and power of the press created a change within the pages of the ESHS newspaper, the Bay Eagle. Articles ranging from the benefit of health foods, the abolish ment of the dress code, and the progress of the new building to the usual sports and campus activities awakened the readers of this fine student newspaper to the importance of becoming aware and concerned of life off and on campus, The Bay Eagle was the source of communication between the student and the faculty. Students met every day 3rd period with Miss Pamela Dokken, Journalism teacher, and Les Cripe, Student Editor, to publish the paper bi-monthly. A field trip to the L.A. Times provided the extra spark of interest in the class. I Top Left: Editor Les Cripe proofreads material in order to insure perfection. Above: Dana Ernest and Leo Dona- hue listen as Miss Dokken stresses a point. Below: Advi- sor, Miss Pamela Dokken. Left: Kathy Hutchinson and Frank Judge work as a team to add the finishing touches to an article. Right: Paul Dohmann found an article so interesting not even the roar of the crowd could interupt his concentration. lf I 'll A f P' ,K RQ!! J I , ,Ml Top Left To Right: Glen Bedolfe, Bob Pederson, Donna Montz, Bob Kessner, Larry Harrington, Debbie Summers, Joyce Haos, Betty Young, Phil Goessler, Chris Collette, Valerie Ray, Cyndi Clark, Jan Huey, Deanna Limberg, Can- dy Hamilton, Missy Bowler, Mike Hare, Melissa McCready, Lori Robinson, Shirley Brown, Marilyn Mathany, Rick Doukakis, Ruth Churchill, Diane Drozd, Ann Erlandson. The clicking of a camera, in k-smea red faces, learning how to create layouts and write COPY? it was all part of being on the 1970-71 Golden Eagle Staff. This book illustrated the changes in the events, the people and the places that occurred at ESHS this year. New principals, new teachers, and new students were all a part of the change within. The happenings- rallies, homecoming parade, floats, assemblies, and classes all take their final form between the pages of the Golden Eagle. Editors Janice Murphy and John Long symbolized the change in Our yearbook as they shaped their final format of the book from the ideas and experiences gained at the yearbook workshops in the summer. Mrs. Kathy Peterson, advisor, described the 1971 staff as "orginal and individualistic". The fun times, the good times, the unique times of the '71 school year achieved immortality between the covers ofthe 1971 Golden Eagle, X 'nb Above Left: Melissa McCready, Valerie Ray, Janice Murphy and Missy Bowler compile each section of the annual. Above Right: Janice Mur- phy, co-editor of the Golden Eagle, found that aside from all the pride and prestige, there was a lot of work to be done. Left: John Long, co- leditor, takes a break from all the hustle and bustleofhisjob. 1 Mft--0.4: Above Candy Hamilton who typed for the staff also proofread material for errors. Right: Sponsor Mrs Peterson sat back to let the students experiment with their talents. .1 n..- 3.1-I.: ff' f I' I I ' 'O af 21 'n 'vnu '. 'N , -'53, 1. 114' 1 .fm ,.. .X ff!" 'I y . rj , 1, -A El Segundo High School. It's the people. A changing collage of people. People from different backgrounds, people with different views, and people who are individuals. Changing people, changing views, changing places The buildings, the rooms, and the halls are just structures: it's the people who make El Segundo High. The school pride of the upperclassmen and the enthusiasm of the fresh man have made this year unique. Everybody and every event added to the character of E.S.H.S. Each is separate, yet still a member of the whole. It's a changing picture of people, places, and things. Q5 M 5' fey Wgmyb GP F Q 4 -5 n SA R. Qhsvxvbki U GX QWVUON 39xNN5vx0 dk .1 .K " 1 9' efg-656 . H fo qpxx gy " Qmi Q 4 CU? X3 4 I ,. 6 -sis, 0 Q Q 'S QL! 'Q QS ,ss x A C7 D SL, N .5 X ' 4.,,,4- ,, 3 QAWKM Q 19014140- CD WM W C, M xgojxgfg HB! Q me.nL"'fV'f"W as Q W4 32 fm if EMM it DMM . Follcsfgring tne traoiti0n, soniorsu CE? bmi! mgyzmwc CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATION CLASS OF 1971 AND GOOD LUCK IN YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS. Standard Oil Company of California 24 West EI Segundo B 322-99 W 1...- With only three seniors graduating from last year's lineup the 1971 Eagle Baseball Team had little trouble living up to its reputation as a devastating competitor. Except for a few close games that threatened to tarnish their undefeated league record, the Eagles easily overpowered the other teams in the Pioneer League. After clinching their umpteenth league championship, the Eagles advanced to the CIF-AAA playoffs. The Eagles easily handled St. Berna rds and Oxnard. At Upland the horsehiders jumped on the Upland pitching and took an early lead in the first two innings. But Upland ca me back with a 6th inning rally that almost took the Eagles out of championship contention. The semifinal playoff against Bellflower at El Camino College was the most thrilling and hea rt-stopping. The game went scoreless into the bottom of the seventh until Kirk Allison was Q doubled home by George Brett. At the grudge match with Lompoc lg R at Anaheim Stadium, the Indians scored their lone two runs in the first inning, but the Eagles came back in the third to win the game on a bases-loaded double by Kirk Allison. The Eagles scored two more "insurance runs", but AlIison's three RBl's were all CIF-AAA Player of the Year, Scott McGregor, needed as he shut out Lompoc for the remaining six innings. The Eagles were the 1971 CIF-AAA Champions!! N . ew ' Above: At the Anaheim game Coach Stevenson kept his . . . . I A Z I stats. Left: Kirk Allison doing his thing: running. Below: ,ffm M. , l Bob Schaeffer's shotgun arm cut down many a baserunner. YN yn ' isggaf' is 152.1 ,, 'ii' Q J 4' " A 1 ...Ng EL SEGUNDO SEASON RECORD C33-21 4 Anaheim 1 West Torrance O Arcadia 1 Palos Verdes 3 Mira Costa 1 "'Lawndale 8 Serra 4 "'LawndaIe 20 Arcadia 11 'fLennox 5 Redondo 0 "'Lennox 20 South Torrance 4 'tMurphy 4 South Torrance 3 "Murphy 4 West Torrance 3 WS-t. Monica 3 North Torrance 0 N'St. Monica 15 "LawndaIe 11 t'Miraleste 4 'fLennox 3 "'Miraleste 7 'tMurphy 0 fl! St. Bernard 5 "kSt.Monica O plfOxnard 5 "'Miraleste 0 ffUpland 3 West Torrance 2 7lBeIlflower 9 'tMiraleste 1 f,4Lompoc 'Pioneer League Games 1? CIF Playoff Games Above Left: With bases loaded in the third inning at Anaheim, Kirk Allison prepares for his turn at bat. Left: After the dust settled, the Eagles received their championship trophy. Below: Assistant Coach Cummings Cstandingj watches the game in- tently. Gu. r- 1. Coach Stevenson 2. George Brett 3. Kirk Allison 4. Ed Carroll 5. FrankJudge ,Jim Aiken 2 4 567 6 7,EdGIotz I 1 r i A combination of factors made this yea r's impressive record possible. lt began with ha rd practice, one of the finest baseball coaches around, and a squad of seasoned veterans trained well at their various functions. lt began with the spirit of champions, the knowledge that they were the best and had only to go out on the field to prove it. lt began at El Segundo and ended only at Anaheim Stadium. Scott McGregor led the Eagles onsla ught with some of the finest pitching in ESHS history. The exceptional fielding and fantastic batting average ofKirk Allison added a real boost to the line-up. The brilliant performance of George Brett assured the tea m of victory. These and the others on the team all helped bring glory to ESHS. B B 5:7 Q W T i ,ff ,f if I ew 'Nii- .. .5 P .5 - I ' Q1 Q, I i .4 A f-1 -A Y 3 A .1 -nf 'H 5 E X few ., 'xy' it J A. ,Kip .Q Q L 'J Q r Si? A U Q . fs. -QL 1 V t uf BW f N U KN is Q W Tx Ciba x if '-fr '71 mi 9 hh ,nw- .1 U99 Uf 4 V , , X ' f 'V ff ,Q"1f47i"7.2 ' .57 ,J V T J. . , , V '- , , If 'vw y Q i yi., , if 3' ' g I ,mf A Q N i , ty... E E S . 'i f ...V . fs t, , i i i K i V ,V L, an "W ff 2 4344. 4' 1 i -gg, . " 42,11 VW, ., f. 1 't'23'71f' ! M , ff ai V' W f 1 2 3 . 6 7 1. Jim Bailey 2 Bob Schaeffer 3 Bill Benedix 4 ScottMcGregor 5 Steve Domann 6. Jeff Tidweli 7. Stewart Swiggum E n X Za George Brett strides easily across home plate to the delight of two ofthe Eagles mostavid fans, Cindy Hull and Vicki Davis. wk.- 5 4 . I if'. fW .6 94? 4.1 All 43 46 ' 4. 71. 'eil Q-Q., 5 ,..--" 5.9 1 .G -r X i' li R Q i""f" ' IJ? -qc' L15-'P , -A , H- J., ,H I . . . . .. ,O , ,. . A - 'LL E'1 : .5 a 't . ' V 1 , V-ata .... .. L 1,15 -E . ' Q... ' as . -4 lLL...l'f'if"'T'..L,.' +- P ' -W' ' ' 1- " ' " -..... , ,4,, ..1....M 1, , ' A . ,.,. .L..1--F-x.gT...... 1 R , ,1 -1 -I 'W,lAT nt ii-. p O , l wf rg 4 f K k M A V -ff , J-' V ith C 71 ' 'm f 6 - lf fr, ' F i f 'ffl rdf-I .J AF. h E- X J , M, , . I I! 1' i f , . ,eff dffbf l l ' 7 ' v 1 ' -A .L .fl ' , ' - f w l 1" 1. 5 11 i A' J If nz? 8 3.1, ll A, 5 JF if ., L41 -' - f , ov ' f ' ' ' Fi x 'iii I A vi TO I ' fm 3? .1 l ' gl-'will-'5'fl' i1'....f 1 , ilgm 4 1 , 1 , rf- 1 .t w X1 if fait . if 131, 4 -1 is E 1- From lelt to right: Kevin McGarry, Steve Fahy. Mike Jellison. Ken Dalgleish. Terry Ray, Steve Curtis, Don Bechtel, Rick Smith, Tom Soto, Jeff Franklin, Phil Briese. Mark Padien, Jell Hancock, Dave Long. Keith Hutchison, Lisle Randall, Bill Newman, Coach John Kcrker. This year the JV Baseball Team took first place in their league with a 15-1 record. The fine coaching of John Kerker and outstanding ca pabilities of the team were reflected by the fact that most of their games were won by wide margins. Phil Briese was the outstanding pitcher with three 1-hitter games this yea r. Steve Fa hy and Mark Padjen shared hitting honors with batting averages above .400. For the team, the batting average was over .31O. With this kind of talent, next year's varsity team will be well stocked with hard hitting players. The main base- 4 stealers were Steve Fahy and Steve Curtis and Mike Jellison. Below: Centertielder Dave Long successfully steals third base. Right: Catcher Steve Curtis clowns in his "banana hat" before a league game. .-QWQ ,tw ,HQ Q1 1, 1 mtga Q JV SEASON RECORD El Segundo 8 Lawndale 3 Lennox 9 Murphy 3 St. Monica 11 Miraleste 11 Lawndale 7 Lawndale 5 Lennox 4 Lennox 8 Murphy 16 Murphy 10 St. Monica 10 St. Monica 8 Miraleste 5 Miraleste Opponent 0 4 1 2 5 1 5 4 O 4 4 1 1 1 4 Below: the JV mainstay. Slugger Jeff Hancock, displays his versatility by stealing second standing up. 1 .f.,3 ..r-. ,J .v . .m f ,.t Ying M , l .. -........,..,,c ,.....,.. 1 ' r- W L L. . B4 riff .J ' W5 I fffxifgt-.. ' 2 Q . ' 11 -i,, TW -" ' 1ff.ev',.:. H5 ffm: far. if 1 ,,,, . ,i,. .apt . llstflti ??ii,'0f do ,Z , ,,.q,,'3. 2. - ' ' ,M :,g.l,,-.K . 'Ft' t., s 'Q 4'- lr - Q. tw L, i time' QEIT' C " 14..:' " bb -2"E.L ,17's'l',, V :N -. . -31,1 t' , ' 'QL ,- , ' up ' - .. .ffxfi,I"?' ui .', v "3 . ' 2 i' ' V Af ,,,,,. .Q ., , I, . 3':i"". L vs- as I ' fi- "1 Tr, t 7 A .iff ' ...Z ' Qu-FFF, ..f4f'.' 'X .xvstfz 4' - L " ' ' ,.... Q!'. , .1 'tr'-tiff if Reita ,x-jxrffzrfg .jf j , . 5 , p "Q-.3" X.-yi "',' ' . ' -,Qi . .f V rg,aL W"jQ-a , -R, ta g -Q. wg . sgxQtu+ uf Qii.f,4gs,.1:..-'Q .Wag - V- 1. ' -,fts yi w rg This year's Frosh-Soph Baseball Team under the direction of Coach Larry Cummings was very successful in their games. Instead of being in the Pioneer League with the other teams, the baby Eagles prefer to play the tougher teams in order to prepare themselves for the JV and Varsity teams. Some of the more outstanding players on the team were Lisle Randall, Eric Tidwell, and Craig Cleary. This team will yield quite a few good players for our Varsity tea m next yea r. Above: Believe it or not, this hit by Eric Tidwell was a home run!! Left: Wind- ing up and delivering, Craig Cleary demonstrates the pitching that led the Eagles to victory. Below: After frustrating the pitcher, Eric Nagel makes it back to first base safely. N From Left to Right: 1st Row: Maureen Cum- mings, Maureen McGarry 2nd Row: Todd Yasin, Alan Walker, Richard Capo, Eric Nagel, Mike Glidewell 3rd Row: Matt Mullins, Mike Quisen- bery, Lisle Randall, Tim Cargill, Mark Devilbiss 4th Row: Coach Cum- mings, Mike O'Dell, Craig Cleary, Dennis Riggins, Eric Tidwell, Chuck Zop- fi Not present: Dan Thomas, Steve Guasta- ferro, Steve O'Neill. V' 1010 gg. 1525 rffg 1 gg? W For the past decade, ESHS has turned out numerous championship teams, and the G.l.A. Softball Team has convincingly established itself asa superior softball club. This year the team went undefeated in league play behind the brilliant pitching of sophomore Colleen Kelly. In league play she allowed no more than two runs in any one game,and itwas frustation time when a team had to play ESHS. Most of the scores were lopsided C16-1, 20-O, 28-2, etc.J except for a score against Aviation, 2-1. ESHS' defense and hitting were generally tough against opposing teams, but the post- season match against Bishop Montgomery was a disaster as Kellyallowed nine hitsand six runs. ESHS was only able to score one run. - .. U Y A AV, ,. :H 37 I lil 'mf I . - ' -, l' .9-i V I I ' I 9 qs 4 P: f J' N" , My - -. 1 fx Ks' 1 1. , .sf fpfxlf 19" 'A R ao- LvQ 'u-.1 Row 1: Debby Cottriel Cheryl Martin, Donna Montz. Row 2: Linda White, Chris Collette, Debbie Landreth, Maaike Holman, Jackie Anderson, Colleen Kelly. Row 3: Grace l-lammack, Faith Roach. Sally Braden, Nancy Haley, Roberta Kincel, Nlrs. Behrmann. UQ nba M' ..,..,.4 T -- ft I '- . ,Hgl I J F! .- l Q 45 - 1-d?,'-rig' Dv' -- I - ' , I , -, , 'n .. ,rs , f ---'-g-vv .1 1 .- In-1 - - Q 9 4- xw , 1-.sf 3 . 7 ff'f" YW Q ' X' 3- A f'- 1 'ig1't+'Z'w"'25g" '-' . A f'f "1 Lf. ' J "7 "'?'i. "7-l'f'E"'1,,g' WV1 "tiki" . ' . f - ' r . .. - . -55. - vw-gf 'wi' iff.. 5553... 'fi-at . JF'--,I -M'-1 ' . 1 r A 1 M , L if v-.-'f .-1', f ' Making it easy for the ESHS defense were Sophomore Colleen Kelly and Freshman Debbie Landreth who shared 1971 CoeMost Valuable Player honors. ln this sequence fstarting from upper leftl Colleen displays her pitching formq she struck out 38 batters this year, Above Right: Debbie's shot-gun like arm intimidated any and all base- runners. -aww , , Wifi- ,Mfr l ,,, gil If D at A . ' ' Q .f ff rf' , . rv ' X 1 .. J 'i ' T M N J s "" ' M- -ST' V' 'HJ . , X1 . Y . if 4 Q Runners Row 1: Ray Miller, Don May, Mike Duvall, Kurt McAllister. Row 2: Eric Bimf ber, Chris Craddock, John Weinstein, Dave Sheehan. Row 3: Don Mann, Jim Cole- man, Dan Newman. 45 las Field Row 1: Jeff Jenkins, Pat Cook, Don May, Mike Duvall, Bob MacGregor, Jack Roberts. Row 2: Bob Wilson, Eric Bimber, Chris Craddock, John Weinstein, Kurt McAllister, Jay Fortman, Dan Newman, Ray Miller, David Tilford. Left: Mike Duvall breaking the school record in the 120 High Hurdles. Below: Don May makes a successful broad jump. f Q ,1."' 'K 'if 7' W ,A , , V.-4 4 n . 'fly F3""5"F . l J ,,., it J' f ' ks Q ' if if A . w e ..'Il'iQl." .gf'i"'? . iw . 1 s U I E ' V " 'L T "ma bfi - ., 1 fl Q' - .. , r, VV , 1's.,,,,,bu4i 5, 45" ,a,,,,k ""'9:f"i2 'A 7Mw"8e'vL5,:i' "' ,, A f, vi- ,. 1-34. 1 , , ,'?,..d:fi':f.,'im ' V. K1 Breaking many school records this year, The Varsity Track Team finished a successful season. The two records were Mike Duvall in the 120 High Hurdles and Don Mayforjumpirig6'6V2" intheHigh Jump. This year's captains were Mike Duvall, Don May, Eric Bimber, and Bob Lowe. Other team leaders were Pole Vaulter, Rick Doukakis, High Jumper, Don Mann, Shot Putters, Jack Roberts and Bob MacGregor: and 2 mile distance runner, Ray Miller. :P A A . C. Q5 A 4 A- A,Y:A,,f1 y H -, 41 , ' my l T C' at ",ll ,.a 'fi is ffl :NA V , ff i we-,l f H' M ts ee I f its f N , 1: , ' 'fl X 4 I ' " . 'J X in Trackettes Row 1: Kathy Chamberlain, Michele Safarian, Diane Johnson, Peg Pederson, Amalia Templeton, Martha Leal, Zoila Vlctorero, Joann Harworth. Row 2: Debbie Arnot, Loy Pultz, Karen Dickens, Carolyn Clarke, Diane McCauley, Janene Peterson, Ber- nie Delfontes, Kristie Wallace. Row 3: Sue Beal, Robin Magraudy, Tracy Smith, Kathy Renfro, Ann Work, Nita Weisenseel, Julie Zo- bel. Row 4: Susan Wiley, LeeAnn McCanlies, Sandy Schrader, Naomi McEIvain, Noel Mclilvain, Susan Mote. Right: Jack Roberts puts the shotawinning distance. When you heard the word "Trackettes" you probably thought it was a track team for girls, but it wasn't that at all. The purpose of the Trackettes was a very important one to our track members and our track coaches. Some of the important duties of a trackette member was to attend all track meets, and measure the field events as well as record scores in the score book. They put on pot luck dinners for the team and posted bulletin boards in the halls with the results of each meet. They notified the newspaper so the community was informed of the meet. The Trackettes were a group of dedicated girls who gave up their time to help our track season run smoothly. 3, wi!! Girl Runners Row 1: Debbie Arnot. Diane Johnson, Michele Sa- farian. Zoila Victorero. Row 2: Loy Pultz, Coach Crystal, Janene Peterson. Coach Newell. Diane McCauley. Coach l-lale. Right: Bob Wilson on way toa successful pole vault. at, S- J. .A l'l79"'aF.wpf. as 1-.Q "P ' "W-'Z 5 .-1,.W.-M-M, ,:.',x,,, A .. 4, -1. .am 7--q. 15 A 1, . 1 it nv-' . 'W ' A -......-, ,V ll , 1 ff 0 ' li ,. Afxs it Q '1 sf . K V' j ' A V -Q l fr f f ,it s ,fir f..:,'E 5, X , Q I 1 E V 7, 'L ,if i w K X , - gi Row 1: Phil Goessler, Mark Weinstein, Pat Cook, Kurt McAllister, Karl Hamrick. Row 2: Don Coleman, Bill Cuthbertson, Mark Cross, Xavier Miller. Row 3: Walter Wiley, Dave Williams, Rich- ard Castle, Don Eaton. Row 4: Brian Gentry. Right: Dave Williams approaches the cross bar at4'6". With many leaders this year, The Bee Track Team set a school record. This year's Bee Team was led by Alan Brown, John Weinstein, and Walter Wiley. The record was set by Wiley in the 120 High Hurdles. With some strong players this year, the Varsity Team looks great for next year. . 'fr l ri f ,Y, se . g .J fam 5 . WJ l 51., 1 i - f J yn T ' xi? 4' rl ' ' ,il I this-1 Row 1: John Castle, Richard Castle, Kent Spittler, Paul Smith, John Weinstein, Dave VonFlue. Row 2: Richard Chabrajez, Don Lawrence, Steve Crews, Mark Weinstein, Jeff Bell, Xavier Mil- ler. Row 3: Harry Wenzel, Mitch Ward, Glen Coles, Jeff Jack, Bill Cuthbertson, Greg Drozd, Tim Machet. Row 4: Paul Arnot, Mike Roberts, Steve Disbrow, Dave Williams, Gayl Shilling, Don Eaton. Row 5: Bob Smith, Frank Malles, Jeff Johnson, Vic Orlowski. Scott Ziegler. Finishing an outstanding season, The Cee Track Team, won the League Championship with a tremednous team effort. The Cee's climaxed their season by winning the "C" Dual-Meet Championship. The efforts of the entire team gave the Cees a victorious season and Mark Weinstein, a freshman, set a long jump record at 2O'2". Two other outstanding freshman were John Castle, a semi-finalist in C.l.F. who is a potential record breaker and who has high jumped 5'8", and Bill Cutherbertson who was a hurdler and competed in C.I.F. Another player who was a record breaker was Paul Smith, who Pole Vaulted a height of 1l'6". H ..,, J 1 L Q f if 5 rf' iw 95 t wi , Z ,", ' .fi-1 97 f Q , 1 1? W z Upper: Dave Williams approaches the cross bar at 4'6". Lower: Mark Weinstein strives to come in first. With the smallest El Segundo swimming squad in the past 25 years, The Varsity Swim Team had a season that was highlighted by some very fine performances. The high point of the Varsity season came in the Beverly Hills Invitational Meet with twelve of the top swimming schools in the area. El Segundo finished third with only the four scorers: Gordon Clevenger first in the 100 yd. backstroke and second in the 200 individual medley, Brad Liedke first in the 50 freestyle and second in the 100 freestyle, Steve Ha ma ker third in both the 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle, and Liedke, Ha ma ker, O'Connor, and Clevenger who were first in the 400 yd. freestyle relay. This year Gordon Clevenger broke two school records, one in the 100 yd. backstroke which was previously held by Roy Saari in 1962, and the other in the 100 yd. breaststroke which was held by Glen Smith in 1969. The entire team this year only included two seniors, so the prospects for a successful season in 1972 are very hopeful. 1-il l '-1. ,J Row 1: Brad Clevenger, Bob Cummings, Mark Ash- ley, Jim Witt. Row 2: Steve Hamaker, Brad Liedke, Ben Brookens, David Botfeld, Brian McNulty. Row 3: John O'Connor, John Slatton, Gordon Cleven- ger. Right: Steve Hamaker takes his mark for another victory in the backstroke. Far Right: Coach Saari keeps a watchful eye on his swim- mers. w f5 t....,. n . If :, t - 2 5 1 i .V 1 ll 1 4 lane, fif. . af-fl E ..t tw Cee Team Row 1: Tim Randall,Rod Randall, Rick Peterson. Row 2:Tom Whit- ney, Tim McDonnell, Ben Bogossian. Only placing fourth in League, The Cee Swim Team also broke a record this year. Their record was in the 200 yd. Freestyle Relay in which four swimmers swam two laps apiece using the crawl stroke. The swimmers were Bob Cummings, Richard Botfeld, Brad Clevenger, and Rick Peterson. As most of the Cee Swimmers this year were freshman, the Bee and Varsity teams should be strong next year. Taking second place in League, The Bee Swim Team had many strong performances this year. The strong performances by Mark Ashley, Brian McNulty, Bob Cummings, Jim Witt, and Ken Ka rutz in the freestyle events and by Brad Clevenger, Richard Botfeld, and Ben Brookens in the stroke events all helped the El Segundo Eagles to a very close second in League next to Lasuen, 87-80. With such strong swimmers on the Bee Team this year, the Varsity team in 1972 looks hopeful. With only one returning letterman, The Varsity Tennis Team developed into a strong team by the end of the season. Late in the season the Varsity team won its first match against their League rival Lennox 5-2. Their second win came the following week against Daniel Murphy 4-3. The strong individual efforts in League play were turned by Ken Schmidt, who won two first singles matches against Lennox and Daniel Murphyg John Babcock, who won twice against Lennox and once against Daniel Murphy. Dick Kessener and David Botfeld also won once against Lennox and Murphy, and Keith Kornatowski and David List defeated Murphy twice in doubles. With two juniorsand five sophomores returning next year, the strong finish at the end of the season indicated a strong Tennis Team for 1972. Made up of mostly sophomores and freshmen, The Junior Varsity Tennis Team finished the season with a 4 win- 5 loss record. The outstanding players on the JV Team were Paul Ruttinger, who played almost half the season on varsity, Roc McNaughton, Dave Hambright, Peter Holman, and Eric Curry. ln the final two matches against Miraleste, Dave Hambright had a 5 win-4 loss record, and Peter Holman did not lose one League match. I . irui Y .aux I X V Y A itil N? N K V V A 1. X' ' ,. ,, 5 . Y' 3l'TC'W lt f 1 I Yi . fy ' 'lf 1. V T L . TM' .1 ' ' 1 Q 4, . l- ii 1 wi! ' f i it ,sl EE, "Ai 'bfi 5 " 'ilu 11 xx 'L ' J , 'efyf X A :V 5 lllgf ,ea H14 if Yet. , 1 i' iliif 1:1 ,A :tv ,J , " ,E lift J if ittsi' it -i :st f ' ' y , 1 wi is , i 5 J ii' fx fe 'L . "' . ' L. ,..,l5."gfi, is 5' Row 1: Ed Buffalow, David List, Janak Desai, David Botfeld, Keith Kornatowski. Row 2: Ken Schmidt, John Babcock, Randy Grounds, Dick Kessener, Steve Pritchett, Steve Leal. '- 1 NH, Zwflh, ,V ,lv . 'fkti Q , l ll if 1 , ei WU, l JV Team Row 1: Dave Hambright, Peter Holman, Joe LaFromboise, John Botting, Doug Busenga, John LaCognata. Row 2: Robin Oja, Roger Meeks, Argel Almaguer, Roc MC- Naughton. Eric Curry. 4.-4-47.44 V . 1 . f f f' 1 f f 1 f 1 I v 1 cjkff 'Wm COC ik! J? ff! fff uf f if F4 if f Kr ,YN I 1 ffnfl' i 1 11,2522 ,I , r 1 ik f Y rl 'Yr Left: First singles-Ken Schmidt, Second singles-John Bab- cock, and Third singles-Dick Kessener, display their individ- ual forms. Proving his dedication. Coach Watkins devoted many hoursin strengthening our TennisTearn. EL SEGUNDO HIGH SCHOOL Presents hill QQ!!! to rf Jerry Herman Directed by Marc Fitch Vocal Direction by Diane Simons Instrumental Direction and Orchestrations by Richard Tash Dances Choreographed by April Clough and Robert Klingman Involving over 150 students and rehearsing for over 3 months, the Music Department, under the direction of music teacher, Diane Simons, and Ba nd instructor, Richard Ta sh, presented one of the greatest successes in E.S.H.S. history, the recent Broadway hit, "Hello Dolly". Playing to standing room only audiences on both nights of March 26-27, these dedicated young students proved that talent is indeed alive a nd living on the stage in the E.S.H.S. auditorium. Lori Curtis was outstanding in her role of Dolly Levi, the widow and matchmaker, star of the show. Steve Fisher in his role of Horace Vandergelder, the feed store owner whom Dolly finally captures, offered many la ughs a nd chuckles as he danced and clowned his way around stage. Ga ry Cowan and Frank Johnson proved their versality as Barnaby Tucker and Cornelius Hackle, two young boys in sea rch of love and adventure in the ci-ty. Ca ryn Shoemaker, Joyce Paff, Marva Johnson, Susanne Morton, Les Cripe and Richard Schoenbaum were excellent in their supporting roles. The chorus dancers and waiters' stunts added to the merit of this fine entertainment. Those who worked behind the scenes-the art department, stage crew and the photography, joined in helping "Dolly" ta ke a bow. Marc Fitch from the class of 1970 and El Camino students, Robert Klingman and April Clough, were indispensible for their help in direction and choreography. The student body, faculty, and community will long remember "Hello Dolly". CAST OF CHARACTERS Dolly Levi ......,.... Horace Vandergelder Ermengarde Vandergelder Cornelius Hackl ..,.,.,. Barnaby Tucker ...... Ambrose Kemper Minnie Fay ..... Irene Molloy .... Rudolph ...,.,..... Ernestina Money Officer Fogarty .... Judge ..................,.... ,.......Lori Curtis ......,Steve Fisher .........Joyce Pafl . ....... Frank Johnston .........Gary Cowan Richard Schoenbaum . ...,. Marva Johnson ..,...Susanne Morton . ........, Steve Fowler ...Caryn Shoemaker .....Bob MacGregor ........,Les Cripe Chorus: Melissa McCready 8- Bob MacGregor, Joyce Brandon B- Frank Judge. Cindi McMillan L Steve Fowler. Linda Deeter L Alan Brown, Michelle Ramsey A Mike Hare. Vick Williamson G a I Smit . 1 risse oach 8. John on . att ian ri y Pu hCla R LgPySl ksStLesCDe. Bonnie Bahny 8. Marty Dttingor, Gina Turino Et Mike Janssen, Cnlleen Reardon A Kevin Bannerman, Elaine Retzlall 5 Dana Ernest, Debbie Jones 8. Jell Jack. Toni Patterson A Karl Hamrick, Debbie Hinkle L Terry Ray, Sherry Buckingham 8. Rick Wise. Mary Byrd 8- Ronnie Stevenson, Gayle Murray St Tim Spees. Sandi Schrader A Steve Crews. Barbara Dlugaczyk, Terry Flynn, Florence Steller. Dance Ensemble: Cindy Clarke. Heidi Culp, Kathy Hambright, Debi Harden. Barbara Linker. Evelyn Munjuia, Cheryl Scott. Jamie Shannon. Barbara Turino. Kathy Wilbrandt. Angela Williams, Barbara Zagorski. Girls Ensemble: Mary Church. Pam Coney, Vicki Dicks, Dorinda Ernest. Karen Fitch. Jana Ford. Lau ' Gasto Kath Ger ht Li H k C l r ra ne n. y ug y, sa ama er. aro Ha tman. Lo Holcomb. Karen Howard. Debbie Hughes, Cathy Janssen. Noel McEIvain, Maureen McGarry. Carol Nelson. Juanita Ramsey. Lori Robinson. Ramona Roth, Barbara Wiitala, Paraders: Kathy Bennet, Beverly Brown, Susan Horst. Linda Johnston. Linda Nelson. Pam Ramey. Kathy Wagnon, Waiters: Scott Bailey, Kevin Bannerman. Alan Brown. Steve Crews. Steve Fowler. Bob Gulick. Mike Hare, Mike Janssen. Frank Judge. John Long. Bob MacGregor, Marty Ottinger, Terry Ray, Paul Smith. Tim Spees. Ronnie Stevenson. Brad Svogar. Rick Wise. e ,v 1,4-tr. pg: S: 1:3 ii it Band P --....--1--elures: Susan wiiey, Dave Barrera V oe: Lynn Johnston . rinetr Tony Avak. CharLou Simonson Bass Clarinet: Jeannine Thurgood Bassoon: Roc McNaughton Alto Sax: Lynn Johnston, Colleen Kelly Tenor Sax: Jeannine Thurgood Baritone Sax: Ron Randall Trumpet: Jay Harmon, Dave Sheehan, Nancy Chambers Trombone: Roc McNaughton, Zonia Nichelson Piano: Sherry Ping Mallets: Joe Stiers Bass: Pat Kelly Drums: Mike Frio Musical Numbers Act I Opening Call On Dolly ....,...............,....... ......,......Chorus Just Leave Everything To Me . ,..... ..,..............,,. D olly and Chorus I Put My Hand In ...,.........,.....................,., Dolly and Chorus It Takes A Woman ...,....... Horace, Cornelius, Barnaby and Men's Chorus Reprise: it Takes A Woman Put On Your Sunday Clothes .Cornelius, Barnaby, Dolly, Ermengarde, Ambrose. Dance Ensemble, Chorus, Girls Ensemble Ribbons Down My Back Motherhood ....,......... .. . .........,......,....... Dolly, Irene, Minnie Dancing .... Dolly, Irene, Cornelius, Barnaby, Minnie, Dance Ensemble, Chorus Before The Parade Passes By .. ,........ ..DoIly, Chorus, Dance Ensemble, Ac! Il Girls Ensemble, Paraders Elegance ..,. ,, ...,.,.. .......,,.... C ornelius, Barnaby, Minnie, Irene Hello Dolly . ,,...... . .. ,.....,,........ ...,.....,, D olly and Men's Chorus It Only Takes A Moment .... Cornelius, Barnaby. Irene, Minnie, Ermengarde. Ambrose, Chorus So Long, Deane . ....,, ,,.... ,,.... .......,.................... D o I ly Reprise: Hello Dolly ..,, ..... H orace, Dolly Finale ,....,........ . . . .Entire Cast f 1. Horace Vandergelder, Hay 84 Feed store owner, takes' a seat after his great number "lt takes a Woman." 2. The play opens with Dolly singing "Just Leave Everything To Me." 3. Dolly Levi makes her grand entrance at the Harmonia Garden's restaurant. 4. Many long hours went into rehears- ing for this great musical, and at the final dress rehearsal, many have a pensive thought. 5. Policeman Bob McGregor arrests Horace Vander- gelder for not having enough money to pay his bill. 6. Minnie Fay meets Barnaby Tucker at Irene Molloy's hat store, while Dolly and Miss Molloy look on. A On Thursdayand Friday, January 14 and 15, 1971, the Senior Class Play, Another Part of the Forest was presented. This drama was based on the conflicts of a Southern family after the Civil War. The play revolves around the greed of three children towards their father's wealth. Mr. Duffy and the actors spend many hours practicing for the performance. Once again the actors showed true talent. i 1. , gb t , - "'f"1k. Q2 ,.k,:'f, 1 l . -J A it PJ . 4 ' I-rs: T" " ,. I, . . f J , X 'I I1 "ff '1 J 1 f -N . r Top Left: Main characters, Adrienne Adams and Steve Fisher, who portrayed Regina and Marcus Hubbard. discuss her love affair with John Bagtry. Top Right: Mr. Duffy, Play direc- tor, Above: Coralee. fleftj, played by Jana Ford, discusses matters with Lavinia Hubbard. fJill Sacksj. Above Right: Entire Cast: left to right: Gary Cowan CSimon lshammb, Chet Harter CJake9, Jana Ford CCoraleeb, Debi Hardin CBir- die Bagtryj. Frank Johnston CBen1amin Hub- bardb. Gary Cowan fJohn Bagtryb, Kevin Ban- nerman iOscar Hubbardj. Suzanne Ramey tLaurette Sinceep, Curt Harrington fGilberf Juggerl, and Les Cripe qHarold Pennimanl. Immediate Right: Debi Hardin, who portrayed Birdie Bagtry. asks Benjamin Hubbard. played by Frank Johnston. for a loan. Far Right: Laur- ette Sincee. played by Suzanne Ramey. shows a feeling of anger after her finances father speaks harshlyto her. ,.,4" --Wg, . -- W f", ,. r- 6 1 , Now in its second yearat E.S.H.S. Math Team competed in tournaments at least once a quarter with other schools in the South Bay Area. With the help and guidance of math teachers Don Woodsmall and Bob Thorsen, these "mathletes" competed in such mathematical areas as complex numbers and variable equations. Researching on unusual math fields rounded out the Math Team's objectives for the year. One of the many duties of Annual Class is to learn how to organize and plan pages. But as Robert Burns once said, "The best laid scemes of mice and men oft go astray' '... and so whatwasto have been Biology Clubis now Prom Candids. Perhaps it is fitting to say that the Biology Club was not extremely active, but it did existand did enjoy an annual field trip to the San Diego Zoo. Hopefully, next year the Biology Club will be more active and hence easier to record in pictures, and the planning of the Annual Staff will be more effective also. But for what it'sworth, here are some extra ca ndids of the Prom. For the story, see pages 253-254. 1. From left to right: Roger Evans. Mr. Woodsmall, Colleen Kelly. John Slatton, David Botfeld. Roc McNaughton, Mike Roberts. Joan Markley. Mr. Thorson. 2. Sitting and chatting with your friends or dancing to the tunes of the Vince McGraw Ensemble, was left up to you as the four magic hours whittled away. 3. With candles illuminating the table. couples Larry Hansen. escorting Marina l-laberrnann, and Jeff Gilbert escorting Carol Ray share a good joke on a memorable evening. 4. Tony Pleikand Emily Wiley live up to the theme "A Time For Us". l Below: qleft to rlghtb Dawn Lawrence, Wlll Copeland. Zolla Vrc- torero. Gary Cowan model at the Sumpllcrty Fashron Show. Right: "Eat your heart out!" says Ruth Churchill as she models herformalatthe Prom Assembly. I 1 d 5 Above Left: Chlp Duvall on guwtar slhgs for the student body along vvuth lAbove Centerl Pam Duvall fAbove Rightl Randy Burdette OVWDOl1gO,3l1dfRigh0RlCk Duvall on gultar, J y Above: The Duvalls entertain the student body at their assem- bly. Left: Randy Grounds recites his monologue "Why", Below fleft to rightl Kim Hines. Steve Fisher and Lori Robinson sing "l Love Trash." at the Drama Assembly. .--if ln school where most things are homework, classes, lectures, and just plain old hard work, Assemblies, offered a change of scenery-a welcome relief from the everyday humdrum of school life. The change from other years was obvious. Assemblies were for students by the students. The Girl's League sponsored the Simplicity Fashion Show where students of E.S.H.S. modeled current fashions which are available in Simplicity patterns. Everyone, boys included, enjoyed wearing these groovy clothes. The Duvall assembly was well received by the student body as Mike Duvall, a senior of E.S.H.S., introduced his brother, Rick, and his wife who told in song the story of their trip across country on foot. Mr. Duffy's drama assembly offered a chance for the drama classes to entertain us with their class projects-scenes from plays and dramatic monologues. Theannual Prom assembly for juniorsand senior publicized the 1971 prom. "A Time For Us," and provided a fashion show of suitable prom attire. Under the rnghtj, Senior Matt Evans displayed his creative talent at the potter's wheel. Right: Favornng a strong brass sec- tion, the Bug Band dld justice to a "Chicago" tune. Be- low: Vocal: ston and lVlr. Tosh, belted outa recent rock hut. curious eyes of El Segundo art seekers ffar st Mike Duvall, accompanied by Lynn John- 70 fn' r JLJ1 ,, C Right: Here versatile Gary Cowan sang the vocal for 'Brrdge Over Troubled Waters" at the Band Assembly. El Segundo citizens were bombarded with all sorts of art ffar rlghtj as they toured the Festival of Arts. Bottom Right: Under the close inspection of official timer John Long, Senior Governor Duck Kessener took the 1971 Chevy Vega through the Gymkana course. Grading hum on this run was Mr. Wllllam Kessener. Duck dldn't win. Q" lf' f""'Y A i .L 5' .yu onin- -4. I , , ' -I iw V, - NLS! I r- -- , l 3 4 I H . . N i i--- , ... Zim. . ,L are Springtime came to ESHS, and the spring ACTIVITIES AND ASSEM BLIES sprung up all over the place. On Sunday. May 23, 1971, the Fine Arts Department presented a Festival of Arts in Library Pa rk for the students and community. Clowns, balloons, a Kiddie's Parade, puppet shows, and two band concerts were among the scheduled activities. Pottery, jewelry, paintings, and other objects d'a rt produced by the students were displayed and offered for sale. I f lf? 'ESQ 1 f sr K' gps- " vm-on ' ' pf -4- xii' i 5. Z?-s 45" in 1'?.""IQ . . .. ar A ' " 4, K ? The fine arts teachers Mrs. Dauod, Mr. Jeldum, Mr. Wood, Mrs. Holmes, Miss Simons, Mr. Tash and their talented students deserve the credit for this super-successful event. Swinging right along with the spring spiritwas the Band assembly. As usual, the Big Band was spectacular as they played a medley of "Chicago" hits. Mr. Tash's Stage Band followed suit with their versions of recent CTA tunes. A new and different event for ESHS was the Safety Gymka na sponsored by the Chevrolet Division of General Motorsand put on by the Senior Class. Judged upon a written test and a Saturday morning driving test on the blacktop by the auditorium, ten students competed for the grand prize, a 1971 Vega. 1971wasa year of dynamic change, and the 1 1971 Awards Presentation held in the IMC Clvledia Centerj was no exception. Deviating from the traditional morning assembly, an awards presentation was held in the evening so that adults in the community could attend. Frank Judge recieved the coveted Harvey Hazeltine Award, and a most inspirational life pass went to Scott Bailey. This function was desinged to honor the usually unheraleded scholars and achievers at ESHS, and all who attended can attest to its sucess. """ "'f9"'T'?""??E din I J i I ,r ,t .I 2 l 1 fl , vu l Above: Mr. Kingston had the distinct pleasure of announcing Mr. Sidney Franklin Judge as the 1971 recipient ofthe Harvey Hazel- tine Award. a gargantuan trophy and a most coveted honor at ESHS, So you can see. Frank was pretty happy about it. 5? 4 Ylnrr fi E3 1 'ae y F , if 1 " Q R Sponsored by the American Legion and American Legion Auxilliary, Nlarva Johnson and John Slatton attended Boys' and Girls' State at the Sacramento Fair Grounds and at UC Davis last summer. These two were selected to attend by the faculty ba sed on leadership, personality, and academic achievement. The purpose of Boys' and Girls' State is to lea rn government by living government. ? it if 5 713 W in -X V vw 1 5. x T ,K 59 ' . 1 r ,v ' Aix w f , , IUMA Z' 1 , 1 . f"J..r'77 St Ms f I 1 gk? :..,. ak x 3 ' .y ,. . ff f7E?f9 P' a, mg' ,ff to f ff Y " 'Af?'4'g,?' Vg A .. W1 if " J NNN iq ,I 41? -r A 4,V , . 1 T -gif , f ' wr Q , V, - in 1 v V it Leda ' we ii" if-1:24 52 2 QQXJAM .ggfffvvrif I ,, , , F F f 'T Z ' 2 'Aff' AZ, N' ,Q ' 'tj I' f 5' M 415, "N ' 5 an . I .pg-f4LTyL,,, Z i . , dl if y, ' wiv- . Top Left: Senior Michelle Ramsey is called before the audience to receive her sealbearer gold tassel and "ropes". Left: Senior Chris Craddock here received one of the many awards recog- nizing his talent and work as an artist. Above: Seniors John Slatton and Marva Johnson pose in Library Park. These two were our 1970 Boys' and Girls' State representatives. 4. 2 ,yy W., Wg i sing 'fri fr sf' ,vi af Q Tensions from all the planning and working exploded into the gay festivities of the annual school Carnival on the weekend of May 7,8, and 9. Held in the City Hall parking lot, the carnival eased the unrest and boredom of school and brought a lot of us together as we worked in the AFS pizza booth, class and club game booths, and the dunk tank. Jeff Norris, House of Representatives leader, and Bonnie Bahny, ASB Treasurer, deserve much of the credit for the great success of this action-filled activity. Approximately 54,000 was made to buy a new ma rque for the school and to up-date the football score boa rd. The carnival broughta much needed change into the lives of students of El Segundo, and the fun results affected us all. Working together to put on a carnival can solve many problems, but most of all, it solves the problem of school spirit as everyone gets involved in the working or going to this annual spring event. Top: Junior Gayle Mur- ray makes a sale to Joe Jones and the Petersons. Right: "You got me." cried Steve Fisher as someone's powerful aim dumped him into cold waters. Below: Sopho- mores vie for oncomers to their Milk Can Throw booth. Below Right: Every age group enjoyed this year's carnival. young and old alike. 9 ..i..,f bi. - -'l ,I A i ST -Oki. I tv IinGnin ,Y y- AW ln S -A 'i 117. -,. 4 , X441'h!'-,Qftf f KJ Li' -fs 21 -93" lf, ,W f- Q 2- -'fbffila' - 'l Lt , Y! T' f ' , X' " ,L , ,di 1 - ' 'ny 1, 0 7 ',,' I 'l O i I it f P What color is it? Who is it dedicated to? These questions and more were being asked before Annual Day finally arrived. Music by the Penny Arcade added to the assembly where the 1971 Golden Eagle was introduced. Incoming ASB president Steve Curtis was sworn in by outgoing president Dana Ernest and the new and old annual staffs were introduced. The cover was unveiled and the book was dedicated to our own Mr. Clyde Doughtery. Students then rushed to get their own copies and to see for themselves what they had been waitingforall year. Top: Seniors received their last Golden Eagle. Middle Junior girls inspected their 1971 Golden Eagle. Below Mr. Dougherty listened as John Long praised him for his hard work at ESHS. Right Prom Sweetheart, Valerie Ray. poses with her date Matt Evans and her princesses, Joyce Brandon, fleftj and Marva Johnson with thelr dates, John Long and Dana Er- nest respectfully, Far Right: Mike Hare, Michelle Ramsey, Dawn Lawrence, and Craig Dyrdahl watch from the balcony as couples dance below them. Below: The Prom commit- tee, lead by chairman Janice Meredith and Junior Class ad- visor, Mr. Peterson, take time out from an important meet- Ing to get their picture taken. Sitting, left to right: Betty Young. Ramona Roth, Joyce Cuthbertson,Joyce Hayos. Gayle Murray, Janice Meredith, and Mr. Peterson, Standing, left to rlght: Ron Randall, Margie Walsh, Vlckl Wrlliamson. Lynn Wendell, and Tara Stewart. Bottom: Juniors. Senlors and therr dates dance slow as they remlnisce about therr high school days. Bro rj 48 'r . f f 'dt R r,N,, vx,Dg57' -are Z.. A time to remeber the old and the new-A time to live and a time to dream. The JuniorfSenior Prom was a "Time For Us". Held at the Biltmore Hotel Collanade and Gold Rooms on Saturday, June 12th, from 8:00 to midnight, the Prom will be imprinted upon the memories of all who experienced this time of remembering. Sponsored by the Junior Class with the help of Mr. Peterson, Junior Class advisor, the Prom was an enchanted land in a world of red and gold. Flowers and candles added atmosphere of magic and fantasy as students danced to the sounds of the Vince McGraw Ensemble. Included in the evening was a formal dinner with all the trimmings. Climaxing this night of enchantment was the announcing and crowning of the Prom Sweetheart, Valerie Ray, and the Princesses, Joyce Brandon and Ma rva Johnson. Reflecting upon the evening and its memories, the Prom was truly a night to remember and a "Time For Us." -aw- s -N: mv. 4 . ., 1, ,-w,,- ' 2 gg? 4 ,W , ' pi . 13 lll .Irs E I I Z Y i I A I S Q Wd W w Top: Last year's Prom Sweetheart. Cindy Wiley officially crowns Valerie Ray as the 1971 Prom Sweetheart as Joyce Brandon and Marva Johnson look on. Mid dle Left: "Hey this Ax ' h Hildebrand and Bob Cul AK' A If bertson in the Gold C J Room. Above: Couples ', ,z anxiously wait in line " ,jg --" f" ' ' " ' before entering into the if H fl t enchanting land of the A !1f.."., - - Biltmore Hotel, Bottom H'-he-Q , the delicious dinner. hot Fw 1- ".' ..1-als. ,Yfllf ,ri 1" .-'f'J ,.,-,raw X Y Y I f ,. X fi If-Qf-if,'ij':fJ t K i t' i f I A chens. pretty neat," says Ed Glotz as he and his date Lynn Wendell meet Iris left to right: Betty i - Young, Barry Ganga were. Dan Newman. Judy Froelich, Jeff Jenkins and Tina Watson enioy from the Biltmore kt lf'-rw YQ, The end came, an end of a beginning ..., the 1971 Commencement marked the graduation of one of the most energetic, industrious, and accomplished classes that ever attened ESHS. With the sun playing hide and seek with the clouds throughout most of the ceremonies, some 260 seniors, led by Procession Leaders Betty Young and Gina Torino, walked beneath 36 floral arches born by the Class of 1972. Dr. Machisic presented the graduates and Dr. Harter accepted them. After the seniors received their diplomas, Valedictorian Nancy Goodale delivered her controversial farewell speech. , Y Hr. ' - ' ,.L"f.,,.n..r 'i' x 'D' Top of page: This was the 1971 Grad- uation! As Valedictorian Nancy Good- ale Qpictured aboveb concludes her cornments, Mr. Tash readies the band to play the recessional, Right: Joyce H ...la ' .. Z f ,igyj 1 :id f-7' 'dir '11 qt' ,i,,' X H . .lv -E R X ' ,g . if L o al' I "N .ff xl I f A 'fdiifve' ' ' ff'lffg,f"" L 1 At-an 3, N V' Cin T 'Stk Paff was happy to receive her di- ploma after four years of work. Mr, Ablesser is at the podium to an- nounce the next graduate, Dan Her- rnan, Below Right: The east-side pro- cession leader, Betty Young, led the Class of 1971 through the colorful and bright floral arches. by 551: -.K ..1l7'," ! 'Sv ,, ,VE , , J-uigw ! i l A ,M Below Left: Graduating seniors pensively wait for their turn to accept their diplomas. Below: These were the men that made the graduation happen. From the Left they are: Dr. Machisic. Melvin West- over, Eugene Broadwater. Dr. Dale Harter, Rev. l-larter and Mr. Ablesser. Bottom: With his left fist outstretched. John Long offered his form of congratulations to approaching comrade. Mark Grosvenor. 1 s l ff srrf'i , ,M ' -61,7 ilyfbm I ' 4 ' , f Z MH.- At Graduation Mr. Tash symbolically led the seniors in moving their tassels from the left to the right side of their caps. Then to the beat of a pop recessional, "We've OnlyJust Begun", the graduates left Hazeltine Field for the last time "sta rt out walking and learn to run." Above Right: Something to smile about: Debbie Robison, Dick Kessener and Patty Van Vranken leave l-lazeltine Field for the last time. Below: Mr. Tash says, "Okay, on two move 'em to the right with the right hand." Bottom: Now seniors, procession leaders Gina Torino Con lefty and Betty Young take the grad- uates from the scene of graduation. 'T 'i1'!l'!'5-all W 'Q ' . '17 . . x. f -f-1- fi W' 1 H . 3 . -1 iis, lg W' ff' I. ...m,,.,., Aw.-"""'! A t C V I t 5 , r . 2 1 , P' . 5 4 . 2 . ,' 9, ,, il, -e 2 f I' 1 ' ,hrngx ct L3 Q -8, . fl - in A l Q 5 E .xx s Q. ri 1 X.. I--v'- ,- a l -PL -- Q - , ' ' - - x L . 1 14, :cuff--4-23' 85" tlvy'-. ll 5 As editors of the 1971 Golden Eagle, we would like to ex- press our thanks to Mr. Scott, our American Yearbook rep- resentative, for conveying new ideas to our inexperienced staff and for being here every Wednesday without fail to aid us in producing this book of which we are very proud. A person who cannot go unthanked would be our advisor, Mrs. Peterson, who had the drive and ability to make the staff meet deadlines and to assist in copywriting. Words of appreciation must go to our staff who were dedicated to presenting the best book possible to ESHS. Each member contributed their share, and some outstand- ing members gave many extra hours. Lastly, to the members of the faculty who extended val- uable information and help on call we would like to say "Thanks!", We hope that this book reflects your memories of the year, 1971, becuase that was our intent. -Janice Murphy 8iJohn C. Long Co-Editors-In-Chief Y Miki?-54u,,QfeLxS1Hw 4, C, I N .dbx , I l Qi, WK YPMV DOHQWANNXQMEO. WW xx STUDDWJ I ,2ngEZgii:,. Ogle? f 9W game l JUN I P 1 BUFF ,IG 3 . 4 U U f . dum. A613 Q3 WML ' C2e99,jqjq,, 56,-'Z , fa Nes CEFWJD ?"2?f?"'Lf.N ff F Y-Nngfgff Pe 'Zakir WW 'X Eff'-Li Cwkiwk XNOQXYQK? pm QQ' MVQE2 MJ wx NQQYPYS iwzzfgx g f KQXMJ V09 "W Awstfn mmf Km i , .., Il lunar: x IJ The changein people had arrived ' and could be witnessed best in the Seniors He had long hair- She had short hair- She wore slacks and boots. They "rocked-out" to the "Love Hands." But being a Senior at E.S.H.S. was the most important change of all. . .for it meant getting in the Senior picture, leaving assemblies first, attending SCROC and working on yourVW in auto shop. Being a Senior was having one more year to suffer with homework and report cards. lt was beingthe upperclassman- like the top man on the totem pole. JIM AIKEN C Football: Var. Baseball: Var. Basket- I ball: Var. Club. KIRK ALUSON JV and Var. Baseball: VSV-F00fb8ll: C Basketball: '70 Arch bearer. MIKE mfs JOHN BABCOCK Transfer from Morningside: Var. Band Latin Club: CSF: Var. and JV Tennis Key Club: '70 Archbearer: Bay Eagle BOB BADER Wrestling: SCROC. BONNIE BAHNY GAA: FHA: Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: ASB Sec.: '70 Archbearer. Epsilon Sigma. JIM BAILEY B and Var. Football: lst Place Rotary: JV and Var. Baseball. SCOTT BAILEY C and B Football: Most Inspirational Player: Boys' Chorus. YVONNE BARBOZA Spanish Club: Science Club: Modern Dance, 136 Above: Dan Burgdorf looks on in disbelief at the chaos caused by the Seniors as they get their picture taken. Bdow: Joe Petett takes a moment to look up as he works on his mr in auto shop. E.. ..1.e-CA-.-.,.,f . . ., BRUCE BARCUS ' B an: Xar. Track: JJ af: Jar. 'Hresti ' Var, Footsa : lst Piace Rozarf Aware. RON BAXTER Trarsfer 'rom C'5JEEii"C Fug: C Basxet- baii: C Baseaali J! Foowail: Junior Choir:Eco'ogyCiuD1.JunforA.CriieJernerK. SANDEE BEACH DriiiTeam i GLENN BEDOLFE C. B ans Var. Footoailz Var. Wrestling. H Spanish Ciuo. 6- KIM BELL QQ4, SCFEOC s .. .ri I ggi' 7 BILL BENEDIX , C Footoaii: C Trace: JV ana lar. Basket- V r . 'Q' ball: Roto Posters. z' 13, A: 5 "F ' -rf-r I 'f amz: i i , ff . : Q . r- f f -as , .M , 'Q ,mln MARTHA BERENGER GAA: FHA: Spanish Club: Drama CIL House ofReps:ScienceCIub. ERIC BIMBER C. B and Var. Footbailz C. B and Va Track: House of Reps: Senior Prim Var. Ciub: lst Team All League. LIZ BOWER FHA: SCROC: Drama Club: German Ch Science Club: Tennis Team: Trackett MELISSA BOWLER Frosn Sec.: Senior Princess: Dru! Tea Goiden Eagle Staff: '70 Archbear MIKE BRANAM B. JV and Var. Basketoalii Junior Prin '70 Arcnbearer: 'lar.Ciuo. JOYCE BRANDON GAA: AFS: Frosn Pres: Giris' Leag Spanish Ciusz Jr, Senator: Tracmei' JV ano Var. Cneerieaoer: Peo Cius Pi '70 Procession Leader: ASB 'J-Pi 'Age of Aouarusnz A'Ca::e1 a. 137 GEORGE BRETT Frosh Prince: C, B, and Var. Football: C and JV Basketball, JV and Var. Base- ball, '70 Archbearerg lst Team All League. SHERRY BUCKINGHAM Spanish Club, Science Club: Trackettesi A'CappelIag Drill Teamg FHA, GAA, AFS, Epsilon Sigma3 '70 Usherette. ED BUFFALOW Tennis: Key Clubg Bay Eagle, CSF: Cross CountrygGolden Eagle Staff. DAN BURGDORF B and Var. Shotputterg Var. Football: Roto Rooters. DAYLE BUSCHKOTTER Spanish Club, Var. Bandp Latin Club, Chorus. MIKA BUYAN Science Clubg Drama Club, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". MARY BYRD A'Capellag Orchesisg House of Reps: "South Pacific", "Age of Aquarius". GAYLE CAMERON Spanish Club, Drill Team. JANEEN CARLSON Spanish Club, CSF, Flag Twirlerg Girls' League, Epsilon Sigma, Pep Club Sec. Learning, loyalty, luck and laughter marked the Seniors as they ended their last year at ESHS. Such events as building floats for homecoming, planning pep rallies, and even attending classes, provided moments to join the group- to belong- to share some laughs- to have a friend and try to really be one. School was morethan just another trip to the counseling office, ora boring lecture in class. It was a place to make friends- to know people- to grow intellectually and socially. Right: Joyce Brandon, Nlarva Johnson, John Long and Dick Kessner share a moment of laughter while building the float. Above Right: Donna Sanders and Les Cripe share a moment offriendship. N111 flf' 'Y' av. rw GN 'WP' -gin 8 4:-Q " I i A f ffgf tj t4 ... 1 K 7 , . 'i-,., I U W1 0 l.l gl 'C l LINDA CARR ED CARROLL JV and Var. Baseball: Var. Football: X Club: '70 Archbearer: Screaming Eag lst Team Pioneer League: lst Team South Bay Area. VICKY CARSON House of Reps: French Club: Drill Tea '7OArchbearer. TIM CARTER C, B and Var. Football: C, B and ' Track: Var. Wrestling: Var. Club, EDWIGES CARVALHO Exchange Student from Brazil: Jr. Pi in Brazil: GAA: AFA: Epsilon Sigma: In scholasticvolleyball. CINDY CASTLE Drama Club: French Club: Bay Eagle LEEANNE CHAMBERLIN GAA ANGELO CHIEPPA C Football RUTH CHURCHILL Drama Club: Student Assembly: Fre Club: Soph. Trees: Drill Team: CSF: C en Eagle Staff: Principals Honor '70 Archbearer: Var. Songleader. DON CLAFUN l39 All the yesterdays are gone and only the memories linger. We had worked and waited four years to become Seniors Now that we had achieved that goal it seemed so fleeting-so elusive What would we remember most about ESHS7 Events-happenings-and most of all friendships There were moments to remember moments to dream of the future moments to think long thoughts and moments to laugh and clown Ron Kuyer dreams of the past and future in a moment of being alone CARLA CLARK Spanish Club: French Club: House of Reps: Drill Team Colonel: '70 Archbearer. CYNDI CLARK AFS: FHA: Prom Page: French Club: Drill Team: Golden Eagle Staff. JIM COLEMAN C, B and Var. Track: Var. Cross Country: Key Club: Bay Eagle: CSF. CHRISTINE COLLETTE Var. Band: GAA Pres: Spanish Club: Girls' League: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff: Epsilon Sigma: Art Guild: AFS. DAN COPELAND B Track. WILL COPELAND C and B Football: Track: Screaming Eagles: A'Cappella: "Age of Aquarius". CATHY COTTRIEL GARY COWAN German Club: Var. Band: Honor Roll: Bay Eagle: Stage Ba nd: CSF. GAILE CRABLE Latin Club: A'CappelIa: Bay Eagle: Span- ish Club: Drama Club. Ei , l i "s',1"",pi 1 sf CHRIS CRADDOCK '70 Archbearer: Track: Art Guild: Surf- ingTeam:Navigation Club. GLEN CREWS German Club: Var. Football: Var. Wres- tling. LES CRIPE Key Club: Bay Eagle: AFS: French Club: Exchange Student to Brazil: "Ten Little lndians": "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". BOB CULBERTSON C, B and Var. Football: JV Baseball: Most Valuable Player-B Football. HEIDI CULP FHA: Spanish Club: Orchesis: lst Place Rotary Award: Epsilon Sigma. JIM CUMMINGS Var. Band: Stage Band. JOHN CURRY KAREN DAVIS Spanish Club: Drama ll: Orchesis. PAT DECK Var. Band: Pep Band. . 1115 LINDA DEETER Spanish Club: A'Cappella: "Age of Aquar- ius". MIKE DISBROW C and B Basketball: Boys' Chorus. M. BARBARA DLUGAJCZYK "South Pacific": Chorus: Orchesis. ROGER DOBROVOLNY .J Debbie Hinkle and Frank Judge find happiness just being together and clowning around. CHUCK DOBRUCK '7OArchbearer: Navigation Club: Junior Achievement. PAUL DOHMANN JV Baseball: JV and Var. Basketball: Var. Club: Spanish Club: House of Reps: '70 Archbearer. LEO DONAHUE C Football: C Track: Bay Eagle. DEAN DOUGHERTY Transfer from Loyola: JV and Var. Base- ball: B, JV and Var. Football: House of Reps:ArtGuild. RICK DOUKAKIS Var. Track: Var. Wrestling: Var. Football: Var. Club: Roto Rooters: Golden Eagle Staff: '70 Archbea rer. DAN DOW Cross Country. SHERRY DOYLE FHA: GAA: French Club: Photography: GIA Softball and Basketball. DIANNE DROZD Sophomore Princess: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff. MIKE DURKOS Latin Club: Wrestling: Key Club: Biology Club. MIKE DUVALL Drama Club: "Our Hears Were Young and Gay": "Ten Little lndians": "Petri- :led Forest": "Aquarius": A'Cappella: !ar.Track. 142 -I ' Qmfifswf' Dave Young walks toward class alone , 4 . fl il. t ,A A' 1 'fri I T , , 4 UW Lil .hi if IQ ' Jo ,, XXX ...,,.,,,..,.,... M: a r 1? u. 17, 'f " b. ' , , V: , .mf 3 ' A a ,pf it J Q. 1 K 1 12 f if J 2 , 'ls 1 we IK . .,,,f B l l V 634 2 'X' YM ,' Ll. f lr walk: A J an Q' A A GEORGIE DYE Spanish Club: FHA: SCROC: Rotary Awards. CRAIG DYRDAHL PAM ELMSTROM Frosh V-Pres: Spanish Club: Sophomore Sec: Girls' League: Sr. Senator: Bay Ea- gle: House of Reps: Drill Team: '70 Arch- bearer. DANA ERNEST Transfer from Seminary: Frosh Gov: Soph. Gov: Key Club: AFS: Bay Eagle: Var. Football: Var. Basketball: '70 Arch- bearer: ASB Pres. MARCO ESTRADA Guaymas Exchange Student: Baseball: Basketball: Volleyball: Rotary Award. MATT EVANS House of Reps: Navigation Club: Princi- pal's Honor Roll. ROGER EVANS CSF: AFS: Spanish Club Pres: Key Club: B and Var. Football: '70 Archbearer: B, C and Var. Track: Biology Club: Math Club. LINDA FARNSWORTH FHA: SCROC. PAMELA FAUT Var. Bank: Science Club: FHA: Rotary Award: '70 Usherette. One day we were juniors practicing to be archbearers- then we were Seniors and a very special group of people! We had changed from frightened little freshmen to confident, sure seniors. High School had given us a place to lea rn to open a book and read a word- to question a fact and receive an answer- to sea rch-to drea m-to achieve. Four yea rs are gone. It was fun, itwas sad, it was work- it was worth it!! Marcus Pogue and classmates practicing to be archbearers as juniors, looking forward to being Seniors. Var Band GAA GIA Science Clubg Spanish Club JV Baseball. German Club Pres Advanced Girls' Chorus Bay Eagle Epsilon Sigmag '70 C Cross Country B and Var Footballp B and Var Track 70 Archbearer. Cross Country Track C and B Football: MARY ELLEN FENNEY Spanish Club SHANE FINNIE Va r. Ba nk JANICE FLAYER AFSg Spanish Club: Trackettesp Prom Band Committee. SCOTT FLECTCHER C and B Footballg C and B Track: Science Clubg French Clubg Roto Rooters. JANA FORD '70 Archbearerg ArtGuildg Orchesis. JOSE FRANCO Guaymas Exchange Student. JV and Var Baseball 70 Archbearer: C B and Var Football lst Team All "- League MostValuabIe Lineman. 'Q in ' .gr W W .. -I Q , 4, F 5 IH Sometimes you were outmatched for your ability or strength, and only your personal pride and a stubborn determination could keep you going. That's what being a Senior was all about!! Determined to win a tug-of-war contest during Homecomingweek or getting that term paper done: the hours of toil to finish a civics project or a math problem, all resulted in pride of accomplishment when completed. Seniors anticipated the future with a proud determination. l ' Seniors pulling together to win a tug-of-war! l PHIL GOESSLER Key Club: B Football: House of Reps: '70 Archbearer: Golden Eagle Staff. NANCY GOODALE French Club: CSF: AFS: Sr. Senator: House of Reps: Girls' League Pres: Drill Team: Var. Songleader: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbea rer. KAREN GREEN Student Assembly: Spanish Club: House of Reps: Drill Team Colonel: '70 Arch- bearer. JO ANN GRIFFIN Spanish Club. MARK GROSVENOR Spanish Club: Key Club Pres: CSF: AFS: Biology Club: '70 Archbearer. LAURA GUARISCO GAA: Trackettes: Cross Country Score- keeper: SCROC. i NOEL GUTIERREZ B Football Manager: Boys' Chorus: "Pet- rified Forrest". NANCY HALEY Transfer from Chula Vista: Track Team: CSF: Drill Team: ASB Student Council: Spanish Award, CATHY HAMBRIGHT AFS: Spanish Club: House of Reps: '70 Archbearer: Drill Team: Var. Cheerlead- er. 145 Laura Freeman pauses a moment during a P.E. Tennis match. To be concerned and get involved was one of the goals for this yea r's Seniors The AFS pancake breakfast was more than just a time to eat- it was a time to help serve the school and community by helping to raise money for the AFS program. Seniors ran the school- we were in government, we published the newspaper and annual, we headed the sports: we were involved in all of school life. We were Seniors!!! Above: Janice Flayer and Pam Elmstrom pause from eating pan- cakes at the AFS breakfast to listen to an announcement. Below: Edwiges Carvalho, Exchange Student from Brazil, kept the coffee cups filled at the AFS breakfast, 'Q -.. "ff-I ,. A .WA ' Y - N-....,.,,,,, 'LM' li DOUG HAMBRIGHT C and B Football CANDY HAMILTON Drill Team: Golden Eagle Staff. RHONDA HARBIN Transfer Student: Math Award: lst Place in Modern Dance: Journalism: Author of My Last Pages. . i '55 Q 4 23 f in " , 2'5- .V , 1' 2? f ,,'., A M it x W ,X V 1? 6' DEBI HARDIN Spanish Club: AFS: Art Guild: House of Reps: '70 Arch bearer: Drill Team. MIKE HARE C and Var. Football: C Basketball: House of Reps: A'CappeIIa. JAY HARMON Transfer Student: Chess: Latin Club: Var and Stage Band: Spanish Club Pres: Future Teachers of America: Teens AgainstPolio. l 146 J VICKY HARR Advanced Girls' Chorus: Modern Dance. CURT HARRINGTON NANCY HARTER JCL: Drama Club: '70 Archbeai SCROC. TOM HELVEY Var. Band: JV Baseball. DAN HERMAN C, JV and Var. Basketball: Key Cl I House of Reps: Biology Club: Jr. Pi ' Principal'sAdvisoryCouncil. KIM HINES Science Club: Orchesis: "Charle Au nt": "Stage Door": SCROC. DEBBIE HINKLE Frosh Sec: CSF: AFS: Spanish Cl Girls' League: '70 Archbearer: R. Queen: Pep Club V-Pres: Jr. Princi Var. Songleader. BILL HOBE Latin Club: Var. Band: Cross Cour C, B and Var. Water Polo: C, B and' Swimming: Navigation Club. FRANCES HOLCOMB '70 Archbearer: Drill Team: Eps Sigma: House of Reps: Spanish C DEBY HOUGH "South Pacific": SCROC. JAN HUEY Homecoming Queen: Drill Team: Eagle: Chorus: Spanish Club: Fre Club: Golden Eagle Staff: Epsilon Sig '7OArchbearer. DEBBIE HUGHES Spanish Club: Chorus: FHA: CSF: Rc Awards: Epsilon Sigma. l47 i .. .-, -.-, .-. .- ,-....w, J.-:--..L......,.e. .. , , .... g. , .A - Jw., '70 Archbearer: Student Advisor to the Board of Education: Screaming Eagles: Var. Football. l48 Good times should be made to last forever. but time- that notorious enemy of memories- turns awareness into forgetfulness. .. and all those experiences and good times are over. . .especially for Seniors Classes, lunch periods, performances at games and assemblies... all the fun times-the unique times- were soon just memories. Seniors reflect the yesterdays filled with joys and wonders and disappointments of school. These were the days, my friend, but time changes all things. .. and now we are alumni! BEN INGERSOLL JEFF JENKINS B and C Football: C, B and Var. Track: '70 Archbearer: Var. Club VALERIE JENSEN MARVA JOHNSON Var. Cheerleader: Key Club Queen, AFS: Drill Team: '70 Procession Leader: ASB Sec: Girls' State Rep: Jr. Sec: Soph. Senator: Girls' League: Spanish Club: GAA: Trackettes. FRANK JOHNSTON "Petrified Forest": "Charley's Aunt": "Another Part of the Forest": "Stage Door": Boys' Chorus: Science Club. LYNN JOHNSTON Var, Band: JCL Pres: A'CappeIla: CSF: "South Pacific": Latin Awards: Chamber Ensemble. JULIE JONES Drill Team: Tennis Team: AFS: Girls' League: Spanish Club. Below: Kirk Allison and Pat Cook find a quiet table during lunch and discuss the day's events. Right: Senior Karen Green as "Charlie Brown" performs forthe Eagle fans at half-time. Ei, ' ' A ' ? v 1 Iiix Hy' ': f - I l:iliA.,s, 5 ' sf M: .1-sf' - '7 f"f""21g.i-,I 3-nz, 4. ' r -'fa-' I IJ- M iv' f 'Vs NSR i I' ' "Mfr- I - .fibailrff W' ' ' J L , ' '. F-. ' l 0 'ogyhiw' ff- : -Q . I FRANK JUDGE C: B and Var. Football: lst Team League: C Basketball: JV and Var. Ba ball: Sports Commissioner: '70 Ar bearer: Bay Eagle: HomecomingKing. BRAD JUSTICE Spanish Club: Bay Eagle. DICK KESSENER AFS: Frosh Treas: Soph Senator: Senator: Sr. Gov: Boys' Chorus: "So Pacific": JV and Var. Tennisl MVP Awe Key Club: CSF: '70 Archbearer: Jur Achievement. MIKE KISTLER '70 Archbearer: Var. Track: Var. Cl Va r. Football: 1st Team All League. KENNY KLINE STUART KULP Var. Band: Stage Band: Drum Major: Science Club: Var. Wrestling. RON KUYER B Football: CTrack. DAVID LAGOTTA JV Cross Country: Var. Basketball Mana- ger: House Reps. GUY LaMAR Var. Track: SCROC. DAN LEMON Va r. Track: SCROC. JOHN LONG B Track: JV Cross Country: Soph Gov: Student Council: Bay Eagle: Key Club: House of Reps: CSF: Stage Band: '70 Archbea rer: Golden Eagle Staff. NANCY LORENTZEN AFS: GAA: Art Guild: House of Reps: Navigation Club: '70 Archbearer. BOB LOUREY Golden Eagle Staff: B and Var. Track: C and Var. Football: lst Team All League. l49 . . , L. .. , .. , : - Lu.-. ..A:.-.4..:...,.,-s.-::.1-4....b.g.,..:1...,..-, BOB LOWE C and JV Basketball: Var. Track: C: B and Var. Football: lst Team All League. KATHY MACKIN Drill Team: Advanced Girls' Chorus, RANDY MAJORS C and B Basketball: C, B and Var. Foot- ball: JV Baseball: Var. Track: Rotary Awards: '70 Archbearer. VERA MALOY CSF: FHA: Spanish Club: Epsilon Sigma. BILL MARTIN C and B Football: .IV Tennis: Stage Band. RICK MARTIN C, B and Var. Football: JV Baseball: Var. Club: '7OArchbearer. DAN MATTHEWS C Football: C Track. MARY MAXWELL GAA: Spanish Club: House of Reps: AFS: Principal's Honor Roll: Student Curri- culum Advisory Committee: '70 Arch' bearer. DON MAY C and B Football: C and Var. Track: Wrestling: Rota ry Awa rd, MELISSA McCREADY French Club: Drama Club: Orchesis: Soph Senator: Jr. Lt. Gov: Girls' League: Comm, of Pep and lVlorale:GIVlS'Cl10VuS: Trackettes: AFS: Golden Eagle Staff: Prom Committee Chairman: JV and Var. Cheerleader. 4-',,,,...J A-,.....J M-,",,,,I, 1 .,- ,.,.--an Q ..... ,,,,...-4 ,1 ff-- ,,.,... e Q44 -117' 514.5-'ft' ,, , WWW JAN MCCREARY GAA: AFS: Spanish Club: Tennis: Soft- ball: Trackettes: '70 Archbearer: SCROC. NAOMI McELVAIN JCL: CSF: Var. Band, Girls' League: Or- chesis: French Club: Trackettes: Epsilon Sigma. BARBARA McKEE AFS: Spanish Club. SUSAN MCKINLEY AFS: FHA: Girls' League: '70 Usherettel Asst. Program Chairman for Prom. RITA McMULLIN Spanish Club. RICK MEREDITH C Football: B Track: B Basketball: Bio- logyClub. RAY MILLER DEBBIE MILLS BRENT MONE A'Cappella: Boys' Chorus. They were no ordinary students. Seniors were the top of the classes. Activities and involvement were their thing. Leaders in Student Government and school clubs, tops in all sports, and over-all big wheels on cam pus, Seniors knew howto work and howto get things done. But seniors took time to enjoy friends and good times. There was a bond of friendship and loyalty among all seniors, that made them and aware of their importance to the total school picture. The class of '71 was the greatest!!! Above Left: Senior Sue lVlcKinley knows what happiness is! Below: Raindrops keep falling-but not on the heads of seniors John Long, Debbie l-linkle. Dick Kessner and freshman Loretta Honseler. special l5l SUSAN MORTON Spanish Club: Bay Eagle: Epsilon Sigma: A'CappeIla: "Age of Aquarius" JANICE MURPHY AFS: GAA: Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: Sr. Senator: Epsilon Sigma Pres: '70 Archbearer: Student Advisory Committee for Guidance and Discipline: Golden Eagle Staff: SCROC. BRAD NAGEL MARK NEELY Bay Eagle. CAROL NELSON CSF: French Clubg' Epsilon Sigma: A'Cap- pella: Biology Club: National Merit Letter of Commendation. CHERI NEWMAN DAN NEWMAN Football: Track: JCL: Rotary Awards: Navigation Club: '70 Archbearer. DAVE NICHELSON Biology Club: German Club, GARY NICKENS C and B Baseball: Var. Track: C, B and Var. Football: C and B Basketball. JEFF NORRIS C, B and Var. Football: C, B and Var. Track: Spanish Club: House of Reps: Executive Cabinet: '70 Archbearer: Soph Prince: Roto Rooters. 15 Above: Bob Culbertson, Barry G5I1Lff1XNSl'9. George Brett and other senior boys claim the area near the auditorium as "Senor Land." Below: Senior Mme Branam "studies" in the ESHS Library, .J , i F1311 " I . X 'i I l HH 'i V It , i , I 1-3 ,i " ,, - f I7 ' V . . ' 7 f A'-2? i i an ll l 1 . 5 2 l 1 " . 3 r- 1' E! . Qi , y , N? 1 A lf A 2 4 ' 1 f ' ZZ? fo yqi Q53 tg fl 'N '1' HU I l milk? . it .4 ' ,-.QW 5 " 2,4-xwfg . .,. ,ge . , -N 55, f 'V' i i l I l I l , l - 'liidl People and times cha nge. Students' attitudes, interests and involve- ments were different this year from those of a year ago. Seniors adjusted to reflect the changing times. Senior Section in the auditorium and the senior cheering section remained the same. But the classrooms-the clubs-the activities were different. Seniors worried about the draft as well as their grades or transcripts. Seniors were frustrated because they could not cha nge the system fast enough. Yet, the sense of loyalty and pride of seniors kept the traditions and spirits of ESHS alive. A change from within sometimes strengthened the old! N JIM OBRADOVICH C and JV Basketball: C. B and Var. Foot- ball: lst Team All League: Var. Track. BETTY 0'NEAL JOYCE PAFF AFS Returnee from Colombia: Orchesis: Prom Page: CSF: "South Pacific": "Age of Aquarius": A'Cappella: '70 Archbear- er: House of Reps: Sr. Lt. Gov: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma V-Pres: Drill Team: Trackettes: French Club. DAWN PETERSON Orchesis: A'CappeIla: SCROC. JOE PETETT B and Var. Water Polo: B and Var. Swim- ming: '70 Archbea rer. BRENDA PHILLIPS Chorus: Modern Dance: French Club: AFS:SCROC. MIKE PLATT German Club. MARCUS POGUE Stage Band: Var. Band: Var. Track: Var. Football: '70 Archbea rer. JUDY QUILT Knowing lots of people and having many friends was one of the nicest things for Seniors Friends made life at ESHS more enjoyable and worthwhile, but something more was needed, and that was loyalty to the class of 1971. Seniors had friends in all grades but those special senior classes were the best. Class meetings were places to discuss ditch day and the senior all-night party. Seniors took trips to the businesses in preparation for life's vocation. They listened to speakers from colleges and universities in search ofthe right profession. Seniors were one-individuals, yet one whole in sea rch of a goal for life. Right: Senior Boys, Barry Gangawere, Jeff Jenkins and Ed Carroll initiated some poor freshman to the senior motto of "keep ourcampuscleanf' FRANK QUIROGA C and B Football: Wrestling: House of Reps. KARYN RAAB JEFF RAMEY C, B and Var, Water Polo: MVP Award: Player of the Year-Pioneer League: C, B and Var. Swimming: Var. Club: '70 Archbearer: Roto Rooters: Screaming Eagles. MICHELLE RAMSEY GAA: CSF: Spanish Club: AFS: Girls' League: Sr. Sec: Epsilon Sigma: A'Cap- pella: "Age of Aquarius": Drill Team. RON RASMUSSEN VALERIE RAY Principal's Honor Roll: Drill Team: Art Guild: Trackettes: House of Reps: Gold- en Eagle Staff: Executive Cabinet: Rotary Art Awards: Var. Songleader. ED RENFRO Water Polo: Swimming. CHRIS ROACH Transfer from West High: Dance Com- mittee: Girls' Glee Club: West High Nominating Convention Committee. CINDI ROBERTSON Spanish Club: Drill Team. l54 if ,Q ft is ,- nl 9' 1 l l Right: Pam Elmstrom and Bob Schaeffer take time outto show seniorloyalty. DEBBIE ROBISON Spanish Club: GAA: Girls' League: CSF: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer. KAREN ROSELAND COLLEEN ROTH GAA: CSF: JCL Sec and Pres: House of Reps: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer. WALLY ROWLAND Spanish Club: Wrestling: Key Club: Cross Country. CAROL RUNKEL German Club: Orchesis: CSF: National Merit Letter of Commendation: German Award. DONNA SANDERS Frosh V-Pres: GAA: Spanish Club: Jr. Senator: AFS: House of Reps: Sr. Sec: Var.Mascot. BOB SCHAEFFER B and Var. Football: JV and Var. Base- ball: Var. Basketball: Bay Eagle: '70 Arch- bearer. RICH SCHOENBAUM Bay Eagle: Track. LES SCOTT Transfer from Quincy High: JV and Var. Basketball: JV Baseball: JV Football: Rally Club: Letterman's Club. OLIVIA SELF Navigation Club: House of Reps: '70 Archbea rer: Golden Eagle Staff. KEITH SHERMAN SCROC. JOHN SLATTON B and Var. Swimming: B and Var. Water Polo: Spanish Club: CSF: Boys' State Rep: Key Club: '70 Archbearer: Math Club: Biology Club. DEBBIE SMITH House of Reps: Spanish Club: Soph V-PVGSL AFS: '70 Archbearer: ASB Sec. ll e --Fee: -R fee JOYCE SMOLINSKI RELDA SPIELMAN Var. Band: Orchesis: Drama Club: Fit- nessAchievementAward. KEN STANTON Var. Football: Var. Wrestling: Latin Club, JILL STEPHENS Trackettes: Cross Country Scorekeeper. RONNIE STEPHENSON Boys' Chorus, 156 KAREN SMITH Spanish Club: Drama Club, KATHY SMITH AFS: GAA: GIA: Spanish Club: ArtGuild. KERI SMITH Var. Band: GAA: Navigation Club: Ad- vanced Girls' Chorus. PAULI SMITH SCROC. KELLY STEWART C and B Football: Track: Cross Country: Va r. Wrestling. SUSAN STURM JCL: FHA: Biology Club: CSF: Epsilon Sigma, NELMA SU LLIVAN GAA. ,I 1 J' .guy 'M Senior Drill Team members Michelle Ramsey and Joyce Paff get together for one last smile before performing at a game. 0.6 ..-H--.1- i'l Z... ,ez - Totally involved in the student life on campus, Seniors were a busy group. The end zoomed into view all too soon. Test days arrived and were unstudied for because some other activity had demanded more time. The year was long and short at the same time. 1971 had special meaning for seniors becausethey were soon to leavethe security and routine of high school and a fear of the unknown loomed in the all too near future. New horizons must be explored-and new friends and experiences must be met. Life changes-and seniors must take a more discerning look into the past and the present: but most of all, into the future, if they are to accept the change. OPPOSITE PAGE: Senior Rick Doukakis finds peace at last! TERRY TROCOSSO Transfer from Hawthorne High: Chorus: Drama Club: Business Club: FHA. DON VAN BUREN Cross Country: Tennis: Bay Eagle: Navi- gation Club. PATTY VAN VRANKEN Var. Band: AFS: CSF: GAA: Spanish Club: Pep Club Sec: Biology Club: Epsilon Sigma: '70 Archbearer: Var. Flag Twirl- er. ZOILA VICTORERO Spanish Club: '70 Archbearer: GAA. BOB VOLK DARLENE VRANAS Chorus: Drama: French Club: ArtGuild. JOHN WALKEY Var. Water Polo: Var. Swimming: Math Club: Latin Club: Biology Club. SUE WALLACE VALERIE WALLACE Spanish Club: FHA: Rotary Award. Many experiences with other , Seniors that we might consider trivial now or later on, were really fun filled realities, which molded our characters and our standards. Typical school days imprinted many tangible memories on our minds which we will look back on nostalgically and with mixed emotions. Snack and lunch were devoted to visiting with friends, going to meetings, and eating. Running to and from classes, iff Q L i. f MWF! K QW QA lounginginthe halls or on the lawn S between classes, and even sitting together Q . ,E at rallies in the senior section .13 f ' will be recalled in later life ' I ,Q and we may wish, momentarily, A M .... that we could return to ESHS once again. Seniors Sandy Hart and Sherry Buckingham listen to the K ' - speakers ata rally. STEVE WEST C, B and Var. Football: JANIS WESTOVER GAA: Spanish Club: Var. Band: CSF: Girls' League: Epsilon Sigma: Drill Team: Var. Songleader. KENDA WHEELER FHA: GAA: Drama Club: Science Club: Navigation Club. LINDA WHITE Science Club: GAA Pres: Navigation Club: GIA: AFS: Student Council: Epsilon Sigma: Athletic Scholarship. KATHY WHITFORD CARLA WIEGERS GAA: Trackettes: French Club Pres: Ep- silon Sigma. KATHY WILLBRANDT GAA: House of Reps: Drill Team: Navi- gation Club: Art Guild: Jr, Treas: '70 Archbea rerg Va r, Mascot. JIM WILLIAMS l58 1 fs, 'QA 'Q Q SQ 4, i QL Seniors Cathy Gerughty and John Slatton support the "snack bar" with their appetites, l l l l l l l I f BOB WILSON C and Var. Cross Country: C and Var. Track: Roto Rooters: '70 Archbearer. GREG WILSON C and B Basketball: C Track: Key Club: French Club: House of Reps: '70 Arch- bearer. EVELYN WOEHRER Exchange Student from Austria: AFS: Epsilon Sigma: Bay Eagle: Art Guild: French Club. KIM WOLFBERGER C Football-MVP: C Track: C Basketball: Wrestling, JV Baseball: Roto Rooters. DON WOODWARD Football: Cross Country: Track: Surf- ingTeam. MIKE WYLIE DAVE YOUNG Surfing Team: Stage Crew: Rotary Awards. BARBARA ZAGORSKI Spanish Club: Drill Team: House of Reps: ArtGuild: '70 Archbearer. DAVID ZIMMERMAN C and B Football: C and B Basketball: C Track: German Club: Roto Rooters. SENIORS NOT RICTURED ROY ALLISON JOHN BENFIELD SCOTT BRUMFIELD BILL BRUMPTON JUDY CHRISTENSEN BOB CUMMINGS STEVE FOWLER DEBBIE GAGAIN JACK GHENT RANDY GOBER RANDY GRIFFIN SANDY HART JIM LAMAY CARLOS MacLEAN TRICIA MARTIN DENNIS MCCARTHY .1 i' KEITH MCDOWELL DALLAS MITTIE BOB MULLINS MARTY OTTINGER BILL PROCOPIO KEN SCHMIDT PETE SEGERS BILL WAGNON STEVE YOUNG l59 Susan Abbott Barbara Albinus Billie Armstrong Mark Ashley Debbie Bayes Don Bell Cindy Bernard Debi Black Richard Botfeld Janet Brackett Alan Brown Shirley Brown Jim Bronson Steve Burnett Doug Busenga Bruce Busick Ralph Byrd Gerald Calhoun Candy Cannon Robin Capone Jim Carr Richard Castle Pete Castle Helen Chalmers F"'2?"'r ,M 4 , ,' '7Px , , +1-v' 5.. 43' 5 ,IVV Q. ff' ' ' W l mag, nw? J sm A X 1 CN ,fs ' ' 'y 'f b ,M V 44--f . . -,- 1 ' ,rx U , 1--V I -A 'Y l 1 'M' X ,, . A C, , J F Q it ur.. , 1, - if Q -if-V is G. a V 1 -2' i - 'i L - , 4 ll , 'ii 4 - -K X. I jf' 1 X ff Jyxlrf. r ,"' we I Q ' r VN, . iff! 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Yi ,. w 4 W5 ll NU - 'W J? 4 ii I A i 3925 1. sz f if 6 i I gk 13,1 s El Segundo High School was Q more than just a placeto learn it was a way of life Working together for a common goal, such as the prom and having fun alongthe way was the life of a junior The year '72 seemed so far away as freshmen, but now it's just around the corner . l 2 47 A ly ',i. ' ! 1 gm S .. - 4.5-wig if , v vs v , 1 ,F M, ' JY V 4 F' nf' an so "' S A gb WP' Xx 1 i x v f . -M., - if -i i E al L. T ,g N? ' , -is l i its ,th Y 3 1 , 2 A Ile, 1- lgel Who' X2 N M jimi- s fSil": X . ,nf-" 9 ' 'f i , ,k .5 2 V 4 1 - 3 ' iw :ffm f 4 my 14 , gr y i ,V . 'H , ' "ff 'iq' : , i - J' Siem ,' 1, ff -' -If 1-f -ar, r 2 J A if ,0 e . 'V' Jo, ' if I , "Rf" ,, -1 ? x v ff. 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At left, the school day passes as Charlie Harrison works on. v V, . 1-L i 1 ,, A W u ,, ,,,,, i 'Q v A 7U , . ,viii fe, , , 31594 A . 5-My X, A 'I Y A if f , . , 44 N eh. I . i re -Ar. Lark Gragg Regina Griffin Marina Haberma Steve Hamaker ' Q Karl Hamrick I ,,V! Q. 5 A- ga f ,G r V lg f ' J V -iq . H 54, , ' I . mf e -f .fe adm A1 x. I r Lai' , " 3 V ' , ' C iggfk 5 . 3' 2 - W, '.4 a. M , "r . 15:52, 1, . -:. . W -' H f , '-ei' ,I is ' L.. 'E' N e rr- 2 ff A4 It i f 1, 5 W , L f Wm- If .-- ' 03.25 I ' ' ' 'EW "ii ' I lil f ' ,, A :Sf ati my if ' gill . Y ta.. ggi Larry Harringtor Debbie Harrison Carol Hartman George l-laull 2 John Hayes Joyce Hayos Arturo Hernandi Iris Hildebrand Ben Hobe Tom Hodder Gary Holmes Jerry Holmes Monica Honsele Vicky Howard Beverly Howell Jim Hubbard Cindy Hull L ., i 63 - 4 5Q?l.f,,7f'f,,-Yi? " 1 ,V ,,- 4144, 7 3f M g ., Q, aa if i"" wil! i ., 45 .3, -,,' - ' ,fff, f , 7VJ1f7 ,. , rr ik '21 ' AW'- '1 by ' I -twmmwi Jim Hunter Kathy Hutchinson Theresa lreton Mike Janssen Mike Jellison Scott Jensen Debbie Johnson Jeff Johnson Linda Johnston Tom Jolly Alan Jones David Jones Debbie Jone: Pat Kelly Bob Kessener Steve Kline Donna Knox Ray Kommel Alex Konechy Felicia Kongable John Kucera Karen Lappen Danny Layne Patsy Layne Steve Leal Brad Liedke Larry Liles Deanna Limberg Vanetta Lindsay Barbara Linker Susan Lourey Rob Luikens Bob MacGregor Kenny Mack Cindi Majors 164 ,Size t ,L w. 5- it -. J 4 1 iz, 5' Mfr' . s mi. .J M sz . ,E H A Q' - , W ' ,Q 9 x hr as A, V! f I 1 'Uni iff I ,- X: ,fig ts, , 7 A ..-ng, gl v ,A -A 7, , " ii ,.,. ir -. 2' F, ' rx V Q4 Q ,, Q 4 N f' 1 , rg ' l, '-l i ' ix' A A ff X . ' ' V t Y -1 V - 3 J . 4' 'J Q , if 'V V , -, - 4 U ' - n any lri . ", ,ng :" ' i -34:2 -. ' J l JP' -I 1 , I I -. N -Q ' i 5 ' W, M A ' , , , J f -' 'P' 1, r '-v Jw, ww , A Z ' 'A ' " if A J 514 2. if 'L' ' l f ' , . ' f . if V , J, fs, Z4-1,7 K-53 Q vu fif f , we A i if Jif fy I -43 Vis M73 52 1 ff? M XX I , ffl ' 2- 'V' "l'W',f44.5fp' , 'ffjlwie Q4 wg' Pi W- Change has cometo El Segundo High. A new building, a new principal, and a new Freshman class I all make '71 different. T This year ' Juniors could leave assemblies after the seniors instead of third or last. They were no longer a punching bag forthe upperclassmen. They were al most at the top of the ladder. .. T so watch out underclassmenl i '52 ' : iffy www 7. ,. -g at Aff'-1 0 Wa 4,1 ff 1 ff if f f "fmt: n H aL" V 'gi 'Q' if i k., --Tw 1'-f , ' . , Q M SM, ' ' ' 'psig 1 9 fe , M T 1 w . 'QS f 1 Q '1 55 1' i Z- Afo-ip-: 4 ,.,. f - , , , .,l..,, T Z 1 f - ' f way' M 1'317'4fQ f M i g-ffl , , ., 4 , ,ew 'wmv 4 X -W fm fee,-1fmf?'.4 Above: Trumpeters Jim Hunter and Roger Meeks get ready to blow their stacks. Top: Don Bell and Tony Pieick just wait to be saved by the bell, Don Mann Tim Markle Bob Marquez Kurt McAllister Madeleine McDona Noel McElvain Scott McGregor Laura Mclntyre Marianne McKean Sharon McLellan Donna McMahon Dale McNutt Roger Meeks Janice Meredith Bill Metcalf George Miller Donna Montz Pam Morgan Karen Mosher 165 All year long devoted their efforts' to a common goal, Juniors the Junior!Senior Prom. Their goal was accomplished by working in the Junior booth at football games, selling programs in the stands, and candles at Christmas time. Being a Junior meant working forthis common goalg a goal everyone would enjoy. Dave Jones and Bob Kessener work while Mr. Kingston takes five, Susan Mote Debby Mrdall Gayle Murray Jeannie Myers Luanne Nagel Cyndi Nutz Steve Obradovich John O'Connor Denise O'Grady Robin Oja Sharon Olson Mike Oppolzer Toni Patterson Bob Pederson Randy Peters Jim Peterson John Peterson Debbie Phillips Babe-tte Puller Andrea Pleick Tony Pleick Ricky Porter Dana Potter Donna Prewitt Steve Pritchett loo Q.. .r Q 0 v V3 ' if l f fl , ,,,,, 'Q f 1 ,,-.,,z...,,,,'1 9 V X. Q ' .l i el LQ J ' I 1 ' ' r - ' I . Q", -5- wi me K r 1 Y Y , V I 9 ' "I VV X , ,,. rv It K ,1'X 's . f '- t 1 i R r pi rrl J 5 J, 725 J .., 'JA ,X I 5 A 6' X r X, ,I 2 ff 'slr lx ' J f P I hu. 'ff if ' XJ , ..,l W, ' nw, 5 1--r -Q'-up if is ss N iff?-E5 L f ' 'P fl P 9 , v I I L Rv-A are N x xy I' - .,VVV ,,,Yl.,f,,. ., . , i iq 4-W maze- . ffl Lf' f f AVN , mr, . f 2' 'liimid ' ' ww? ff " ' 3 1 A" f K , ', . '- ' WWIJ1 "i 1 2 'ii' , V W 4 7 vis ,jf f Xt , if , 1 f 1 ww , . 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"x in I m,,.' nb 1 Ramona Roth Marian Ruane Jill Sacks John Salo Kim Salter Frank Sberna Bill Schaeffer Richard Schlottmann Sandi Schrader Laura Schraum Patty Schumache 11 A1 4 '. , 1 S A Cheryl Scott S an J' riff 4 - K David Sheehan l67 Jerome Smith Marlyne Smith Margaret Smith Paul Smith Tracey Smith Valerie Smith Kent Spittler Tara Stewart Brent Stiewel Shirley Storm Jana Stratton Debbie Summers Pat Swann Stewart Swiggum John Thanos Ellen Thomas Jeff Tidwell Joe Toka Linda Ton kovich Michele Tuori Gina Turino David VonFlue Margie Walsh John Weinstein Lynn Wendell Gaynor Wharton Marta Wheeler Glenn White Emily Wiley Susan Wiley Sue Wilkinson Angela Williams Bill Williams Vicky Williamson Kim Wills l68 l I , I , ' 5 1 it s '5-25"-ff -- . ' Cn14'-Lw N,- 5 lx ,X n 1 X ,J l 1 '55 vt if U-up 4. x - A i A ' X .. - I ff . 3 ,.'3. .. -L-t . H. Qbyy . 'kj-' I 'l 5- 4.--.P . S , ifxiz .. 1 1 A -M 4 if ' - 1 NN r F ' sl .av J 'r ' l , 85 1 N 'J E I y W N m i' g' Lf' ' A I P - 11.1-lr ,Qfl - A1 . Q' fl "' 3 ' -0 ' l 1 E '1 s it , J N. QA . Lrg: 5 T27 5-15 tag 'u .L',' W gms .. .:Qi1i:'1 J" , fa' .2 .1 , ,. rx F V., HLA, if - v - . li -- 541' Ca rl Wi I so n A Sean Wilson Richard Wilson Richard Wise Keith Work f si 5 4 it g L 5 Q , .. U :I ,Q 5 es! we-we xgxqu? K if A rf 1- 4 v A 1 . ,X , 'W W 4 -ii- Q I A I f 5 5? fe it . 'Y sw r ' K V Qt 7 if a X gf 191 1 ' 7 3' ,I- s W' 'E . X' V ii 5. 5 Betty Young . 34 . ,A 1 ., 1- - i r Mike Young P 1 "i-- -- f' - . X' Q5 ' - .4 5 . Donna Zagorsk ,Q -3 ng,,' x C 5. L, 7 :- X A :' L ii. 'TN it 1 . Q, ' e go- E' ., ,,,. ' - xt -' ,- - Juniors have looked forward to a lot of events in this past year. In October their class rings arrived and the Coronation was not far behind. In May they presented their Prom and in a few days they would be archbearers at graduation. But their work as juniors was almost done and they were ready to become seniors. At Left, Marilyn Mathany and Renee King hurry to class before that tardy bell rings. Below, are the camera shy Juniors. First Row, Left to Right are: Pat Swann, Gail Vanderwerf, Donna Baker, Barbara Wiitala, and Sandy Ashley. Top Row, Left to Right: Laura McCarthy, Rick Metcalf, Steve Bryant, Steve Dyches, Charles Harrison, and Ron Randall. 169 ,. . , W, gs , 1 ,I 9 -ff x 7' ' A A -I Q 'F ' ' ' 'li it ll ' 1 A i . . I -at W 3 , W I ' , - K it ' x xx w ,Y ii: Q.. , . F l .. , N , :iq mt w A I if Mb el I V I S nr, 4 e 5 T ,Q 1 .- 'P J ::- ig il, , 1 " i 1 1 ' be K ,fa C mi T T i s TOthe Sophomores this year meant another year of hard work and fun. They have learned to express themselves and to participate more in school activities. They were working hard so the school could be proud ofthe Class of 73. at 1, 5" Richard Bochinski .iq 5 L Kent Booher ,J 'if T. f ix. 1 David Botfeld - 0 - , -, -Q5 , Q ,.,, 1 x IT " I . w. If r . T f , J hai F 12 I iii N! 9 H' lg, I ir l I ' xy X I M V I f - ri ff i . t 1 Sally Braden I a, Q. , Monica Brady Q 0 "" Nancy Brauninger ' ' i ' ' 1 ' Q '- i N- 'T l M 'l is . C '- , Pmieriese - - Y A ' .. E, 3 Ben Brookens Q gals 1,5 T A Pamela Campbell - , ' , .. 'F l V M Q . 1 .K J' K s it T - 1 as Sheree Campbell r 9' f 2 Susie Campeau g' ' g F Vicki Capicotto F , Dx 33? ,Qi J 5 T 3 ,lLs.sE' ' , Kristie Carlson 1 ,C .5 if H - -. 3 Jeannette Carr I ' ' Laura Carr 1 .- fi j Q Vx., is Chet Harter leads a singing group at lunch. 170 Q x 4 x Q 1 am..--, 1 1 vi me 9 ti if . P l U 3 v5 ' rg it tl , U ' .1 '1 7 J Debbie Allen Jim Anderson Jackie Anderson Mark Anderson Pam Armstrong Deborah Arnot Tony Avak Patricia Bader Kevin Bannerman Robin Barnett Susan Beall Gregory Beaty Marsha Bechard Donald Bechtel Debra Biggs Kathleen Blair Sophomore Michelle Safarian. in center, hopes for victory. f r u i. J :Q ,vw A V iff? XC , LY: gg Q ,ll . gz- f I is V, ' . 4 11. I 17 f Xa ' K sz-" 'Y r " y AA , V Er Nh. ,A 1 A 'l Mig: . i -V 0 V if f- 'y B f, pr ,K ., 4 Rf i t 1 an f 4 X K 'll ' l , , . " ' , 17 ' J ' X l 5,7 SEV. vi ! if , W ,:., , ff .. .,, ' N , ,, A '35 A Q- .M Q Q Z, W' F I all , ,M mx i 1 I . ., , " N o.o-- R K .: qw., .,. N, Q ,R MQ i asia j M, ii X , ' X AT WW X Q, -if V' Qs M , Q, Q VI' . fl ' ' - K ii. JR C, li, A it x ,,.:,, K at 155 A A ' ' , Qi Z K I' -'wiv , xg 39 1 , f 57' - ttf " . 3 - V 53 -E-5 .LE ,. L, W Q, V if , bfi X Rick Carroll Keith Carter Ronald Cary Cathy Chamberlin Nancy Chambers Jim Chavez Nicky Chieppa Mary Lynn Church Kirk Citty Barbara Clause Craig Cleary Carl Collette Cindy Copeland Valerie Corbett Wendy Corbett Garet Cost Debbie Cottriel Deanna Crockett Kathy Cummings Lori Curtis Janak Desai Mark Devilbiss Robert Dexter Vicky Dicks Stephen Disbrov Joe Dobrovolny Kelly Dow l7l l N rl Denise Efflandt L A ' . ' A . 'Q' 'J , . 4 2 .,.w Ar- .1 1 Janet Ellis '. iv. I Q . ' In ,. '-'M W , f Marva Elmore 'f at N V 'W fl ' Ann Erlandson fi ' 1 J fl 4 ' W ' ' Cynthia Farnell ' '-s ',' ' . . ,Q my it ,S William Flato my ig -f V . . J '-f iw Paula Foley .. . Q rr- 31 , Q if '11, I N WWW 5 X. 'A . 1 I A -rr .,, ' . , K V :K i H g-1 Steven Ford " K J' if it U JeflFortini j ' J ' V A W -R 2 -4- f Jay Portman l . i - , 'J ' ' is it - ., iff g Q it Carrie Francis W ,, Ty' A ' ' ' J In 4' ' 'S Jeff Franklin ' ' ' ' ' ' -A . J - Judith Froelich 1 . ' we W J f , 5 .W , S " wir F " ' ' ' 1 be f S - ' f it ' ' 'am We A ' it 'H is , K, , K , V ., ii: I ...T t t.Xt. . Joan Gangaware .,. iff ,A A g X .ii Bryan Gentry l' f I 'ggi 'M Q fj"x,q C5 A LindaGeringer ' A A " 'iff 4. ja , ' V X Patrick Goeglein ' 'S-". at ,I K , ' A 7 if N' ' 'Q l Karen Goodale A H - l 1 - '- Richard Gould - Q' A ' , S , , Q W K J kG ff 4 S 1 J, ' f 1 . ' F' A . 'N ac 'E - r rX.U,r1X -- - i ,. ,J X- i A ln.. r WG. .vyi Scott Graham ,:, M Being a Sophomore at ESHS was knowingthat 5gEjij5':t'G?Ud il our Spirits were going up with the new building. X F Sophomores had spirit and drive to ' earn money forthe prom in their Junior year, A " and this meantthat our Sophomore year gave Al 'F us more responsibility and a chance to become A somebody. RandolfGrounds fax Dean Halleen Lisa Hamaker V .A-1. .ls l '71 W F F ,,,. 2 f 2? -Q ','. X, , ' A, 1' Katrina Hann .a 0 , J ' Georgia Harmon F' -53 f , r- J 1 Chester Harter ' A K ,, Phyllis Helvey ' '44 2 'fs EJ .f A ' i, 'L at igygg J f Evelyn Herrera J 4' ' 1 A Lora Holcomb , ' , A Leroy Holly , , ' ,ig it ' a 6? Z., A vi L 'A K . ,J J it as get-sw: N ' rr ' T' Lf" "" " Maaike Holman , ' if- . .3 ' I ,"' ' 45 Karen Howard - QM - fr Keith Hutchinson ' 5 if kj f 4 , , ,Q i ' , fX 'Z' 1 'W ,,-'i. i 'V AQ, ., ' , ., Carla Hyatt .A Q - 4 W A J -R, fi-, Howard Johnson ' 1 fi ' L. k Nancy Johnston K f V g tj M DVI! "ff W V Teresa Schmutz demonstrates Drill Teams - . lf -- f' 'N .L x Lil . if ll marching style. 172 l '-Hi L f Lefl: Always with a smile, Kristi Carlson spreads some Sophomore spirit. Extreme Top: Colleen Kelly, Roc McNaughton and Jeannie Thourgood get ready for the next number in band. Above: On a summer-like day ten cent ice creams cool the hot lips of Cindy McMillan, Susan Phillips, Glenda Pagett, and Cindy Farnell 1. .11 317 was '-t ,V 'E l, lgi 4 -fl N fi -if f 5 1 M . 1-1 ,!.. K 4- .ax 43 Life , f-. as f i 9 c , L i Q W C 'fa ' '- ijr, . r 7-L X- M, -vs .f ws, , lo B. M i .... gi, V - I A, ml fx . i , V J, i A I . it if f I , jf, f X A, ff J, ,kr-X 1 1 all Az 1 ,QQ 1, ' X ...Q 4, ' :- L 5, . 5, T I lb E . Q-if V " A X l -s -J i 'fe , f 4 L Qi Q K ff 2" ' ' ia -gi ff Qi, A 'V ,gil X -, "U v- Y., ,J J 7 x ev- 7. Edward Jolly Evelyn Jones Pam Justice Mike Kainer Janet Kay Colleen Kelly Donna Kelly Susanne Kinney Nancy Kirk Marie Koppel mar Keith Kornatoski Dennis Kuhn Jon Laffoon Meryl Lagotta Rosanne Lake Gary Lalone Brent Landreth Kirby Larson Dawn Lawrence Cathy LeBlanc David List Dave Long Leslie Lowell Linda Lucero Kathy Luthy Alice Lytle Barbara MaCGlashar Bill Maclay Frank Malles Joan Manocchii Joan Markley Terry Marquez Cheryl Martin Kim Martin Shari Martin Sherlin Martir. 173 Louise Metcalf Marsha Miller W. J. Miller Xavier Miller Frank Moucheboeuf Becky Mrdalj Kathy Mulch Nancy Murphy Debi Murray Paul Muus Linda Nelson Bill Newman Mike O'DelI Vic Orlowski Mark Padjen Glenda Pagett Mike Parks Jim Partlow Gay Pendleton Nancy Pessia Janene Peterson Marina Petrovich Susan Phillips Mack Pitchford Ann Proctor Loy Pultz Johanna Purvis Pamela Ramey Karen Ramsay Andria Ramsey Lisle Randall Dave Rasmussen Peggy Ray Colleen Reardon Scott Rick Joann Robbins Mike Roberts Mike Robison Dawn Roseland Mickey Rossiter l74 Kevin McGarry Susanne McKean Cindy McMillan Patricia McNabb Roc Mc Naughton Brian McNulty A K-4 ' A J wg., . ,, , 1, Sally Mason Cindy May LeeAnn McCanlies Dianne McCauley Michele McClary . ,TQ ,A , - gq 'nv- ,"' E i , ' 3 ' 1--'H 1 ' A 1 L dry - it I Q, J , pw-'L P , L' , 4 f sf wr W, 1 ' 2, i 35, f Af -1 Q., x .. '-- , fm 'Uv t f V? Ax J L ,. , .....' ""' ' ' 'fs K 5. , Q . 5. 4 4 Y ' P L l A . R ' , an f 3 :S xg. r M l ' I" .' I 'gm' -- w 'VP' k . A 1 , , A ,, -V w h . 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Michelle Safarian Christine Sant Paul Schleuniger Teresa Schmutz Kathy Self Kathleen Shaffer Patricia Shanks Caryn Shoemaker Charlou Simonson Peter Sinclair Karen Smith Nancy Smith Ricky Smith Shirley Smith Tim Smith ldonna Snow Thomas Sperry Charlotte Spivey Robert Stapleton Florence Steffer Kurt Steichen Terry Stephens Michael Stephenson Linda Stimpson Diane Sturm Senoma Stuthard Charla Sundquist Susan Thomas Jeannine Thurgood David Tilford Meg To maszewski Melinda Uhey Maria Valles Linda VanBuren Leann Vanderwerf Martha Varela Malia Velzy Jess Walker Kristie Wallace Conrad Walton 175 Linda Warfield Jeffrey Warren Mari Watkins Tina Watson Kathy Welch Paulette Westover Debra White Walter Wiley David Williams Eddie WiIliarT1S Don Wilson Mary Wilson Jim Witt Keith Wolfsberger Kathy Woodward ref i .r JZ, 'Qu ai. i-j . if fry, - - 5 K2 51 i' A -1 Q L i l ffl f, I Ar L- , Leaving assemblies and eating lunch before the freshman do, getting closer and closer to your driver's license. ordering class rings, and having more freedom and choices of classes was part of beingaSophomoreat E.S.H.S. Names of S0ph0lTl0feS not pictured Paul Booterbaugh Paul Malone Betty Brand Dave Minkler Jerry Brumley Dean Perry Dan Coffey Mike Powers Kenneth Curtis Tim Spees Anthony Dare Bette Spoor Dennis Dubois Jon Storner Robert Glidewell Doug Sturgeon Don l-largrave Chris West Gil Johnson Scott Zeigler Teri Lee Jones Hector Zu bia-Simental I l i 177 Top Row-Randy Warnock, Steve Mohr, Mark Faut. Donald War- "The pickings are good over here. girls". says Lee Ann McCan- renberger, and Paul Ruttinger. Bottom Row-Joyce Jaco bsen. lies as Roger Evans and Brad Justice prepareto eat. Gloria Rodriguez. Debbie Griffin, Cynthia Purvis and John 3 Bacon, ll t 4 I 5, 3 L! Everyone looked forward to the day they became a Freshmen and could go to the high school and really become a part of it. ln Junior High, they felt like they were on the outside looking in. Now the Freshmen were a part of the high school, and could really get involved. Adrienne-Adams N 'A A "" ' Tracey Aikens ArgelAlmaguer H L Q Nt 1-,QQ ,A I 'I -Q SherylAndersen A . A 3' 'Ji Pat Anderson '. ' X -sg pg ,H Hugh Armantrout - .,.- J A C- N 'H A K ,r X s.. . A BurlArmstrong SharonArmstrong L- , -1 -V - ff A Paul Arnot -f-e 1 "fy , .. if NV it ,V A Q F, . -J KN xi :R ti ,K .N . I 5- ' lf't 5' 178 Sporting best theme honors. the Freshmen float awaits .i, signal from the Homecoming Parade dignitaries to start the. longtrekthrough the streets of El Segundo. . ,,.e ,. .in fu, 3 3.,.,,,, Ti 'J 'cr ,J filly Fl A Q Q57 ' .L X 14 Q f x. 1.4 'iA. ' 3 L. like H, B T1 A ,. Qi' l-1 , kk N L N.-r A 44 V 6' I I ' S .'-tv 33 X UN. vb: Q, v .,., I V 1 , , , 5 4-1 x, qs. J , li . X V , WMV ' -BMJ V 'iv- L Q , . 5 ff 4 A 7' If , 1 'A ' J f ff? , A 1 'S N ' , f .H W. ' f x '-'J it till A it I gi? ff. 'fin , .. ?I",fg v fiwf '. ' i 3' L ,, 4 f f-i f , 4 , , Q44 af? , 4 5, 4 if f 'gg - 1 C, , J? I g 5 X, 'Q " 2' Q Q. f E.. jj .,, , ai X tr ' 'H 5. V? 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Paul Barnwell Chris Barton Evelyn Bayes Cara Bell Jeff Bell Kathy Bennett Skip Bertelsen Johnette Bisbey Ben Bogossian John Botting Laurette Bowie Kathy Brandon Cathy Bridges Linda Briese Mike Brinex Bert Brown Beverly Brown Sandi Brust Barbara Bryan Mary Byrne Mike Calvert Peter Campbell Sandra Campbell Richard Capo Robert Capone Tim Cargill Cheryl Casler John Castle Roger Castle Scott Christensen Rickie Christie Nancy Claflin Carolyn Clarke Brad Clevenger Don Coleman Glenn Coles Jeanie Collings Julie Collings Don Conner Stacey Corey Margy Cottriel Mitch Crawford Steve Crews Madeline Cripe Brad Cummings Maureen Cummings Eric Curry Bill Cuthbertson Susan Dare Greg Deets Bernie DeFontes Kip DeHermida Gerry Demuth Dawn Dick Karen Dickens Dennis Dobrovolny Maureen Dobruck Sue Dodgen Tony Dojcinovic Greg Drozd Dave Dunbabin Lori Durbano John Durkos l79 E: Daniel Eady Don Eaton Clyde Elliott Dorie Ernest Dana Evans Shane Feller Brian Ferguson Terry Flynn Cindy Folkerson Leslie Francis Patti Franco June Francois Steve Friedline Patrick Gallagher Robert Geisler Steve Ghent Mike Glidewell Elizabeth Glynn Pat Glynn Ken Gould Steve Guastaferro Jeanette Gutierrez Paul Guy Dave Hambright David Hamilton Grace Hammack Jeff Hancock Cheryl Hanes Rosemary Hare Becky Hargrave Tom Harrington Joan Hayos Susan Hebrard Shannan Helms David Hettinger Joe Hines Margee Hoggan Rhonda Holly Peter Holman Loretta Honseler Susan Horst Brenda Horton Sandy Hull 180 L"' rp gina "1 7-1 i W fig, ' 'L y b ,. 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Havingthe privilege of leavingthe assemblies and rallies last was part of being a Freshman It was something uniquethat can be gained only through experience. lt was beingtold what to do and when to do it, but all these things were not so bad becausethe upper classmen went through the same things when they were Freshmen. , , ,- , , .-.v ' :ja .H VG A 2- I an ,, hy, 6 i N- qu f V l -'I V Fi ' I . ' ' 3 J - 1" I ref, 7 . Y AW - I W Q LQ '7Zi,.. ' i x f -il X 'Wifi ...A 4 - Jig. lzfirzifi- . - ' . .ff ' .1 , 5 'S EQ ' X 5 . i, 5, " ,, E- 4. i F f 2 V 7. wwf '7 Q . f gy' ' E ' -2 5 A ,WNV 4. . . . I, gl' w. "' 5 " ...., A . " ' t .Sh ,X i z .V ,- N . 3, A 'Wg-w ' 4' ' L f , fx ,ay fm at Y vw' 45 Y . L I. Q, I., 4- ' . f' J -eg! f ..,s,.. Q ...,.. , . ,Jie ' ,. A A ,. g 1 I. .Ev V, - H Hb My V z A X7 .Zhi I Va W 76. I' -' ' - :lx J V V all 4. - xg --Wrfh ' I aff' P2 Oi, ' J iinmi, . 43 f --, -... . " ' ' . f 'H ., 4 ' ' i Q51 J f ,, ,N in , V A. , M . 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K 1 Prior to game Kathy Wagnon holds ESHS Marching Band Banner. .Xl V Dean Humphries Jeff Jack Cathy Janssen Vicki Jellison Pam Jensen Bob Johnson Christi Johnson Diane Johnson Karl Johnson Ken Karutz Roberta Kincel Patty Konecny Paul Koppelman John LaCognata Joseph LaFromboisi Tom Lamay Debbie Landreth John Lawrence Martha Leal Kirk Lebowe Faye Lemon Maria Ley Lorna Lindstron Doug Lingaitis Rudi Linke John Linn Debbie Lucero Matt Luikens l8l Sandy MacLean Robin Magraudy Kathy Markle Nancy Mason Tim Matchett Tim McDonnell Loretta McElliott Maureen McGarry Joy McKee Kent McKeown Terry McMullin Ron Melton Theresa Michels Randy Miera Donna Miller JereseMilleville Patti Misner Patty Moore Diane Morehead Theresa Morris Matt Mullins Evelyn Munguia Eric Nagel Joey Newman Zonla Nichelson Evelyn Oakleaf Larry O'Bannon Debbie O'Nelll Steve O'NeilI Mark Parsoneault Ken Patterson Peg Pederson Kit Pendergraft Holly Pennington Cindy Perkins Rick Perkins Rick Peterson Sherry Ping Mary Potter Casimir Pulaski Karen Purvis Mike Quisenberry Juanita Ramsey Rodney Randall Tim Randall Rick Reed Kathy Renfro Fred Retzlaff Ernest Reynoso l82 i- -mifsx TA T, . 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Some freshmen felt like a punching bag for the upper classmen, but they can always look for- ward tothe day when they are the punchers and not the bag. J N, .1 Mike Rick ' "f 'N ' . fs' Dennis Riggins - I S I ' Maxine Roach , b "'. .ff 3, V - ' View f 1 9: , er M f.. Q ' 1 - Dianne Roberts f wa., 1. f W , - fy W, if ' f 27" Q I . g Carrie Rockwell Q, ,Ill I T D xg jfi Valerie Saran if ,ie it' + y r I ' li., ' NW if Janet Saylor .E 1 V' , Virginia Schaeffer V. A W-A 4' Gary Schmutz if """ ' 7 Robert Schraum ? ' Scott Schultz -if , , Vernon Scott fzffi 'V i'i" QM K A alfa' f 1 ffrf V W ' ,. ,, ' ' M ""A f V' k 1 , Jamie Shannon '1 is . ' l i i t 2? 4 V Q' ' i cayi Shilling g , Q , , f y sw r i Becky Shirk ' , 'wi f R ' ' : 5: ,,. Sam Shriver , " f if rg , x gas? Simpson ' , ' -" . V. , , K ' o mith , S , X ,YW , D Bryan Smith F, f ' , , Debbie Smith ' I 7 V , Kim Smith A '3 in by . Tom Soto " ' I ' A If Bob Sperb V, ' ' , -tha!! Todd Steichen ' f ig, Greg Stephens V , ' D ' 4' ,.V, 1- Q ,,,,,, ,MZ A Joy Stevens t' F f f 0142? fig . l83 ' MW! Matt Stewart Chris Stocks Brad Svogar Denise Taylor Amalia Templeton Jim Tharnann Mike Thamann Cheryl Thomas Danny Thomas Gene Thompson Eric Tidwell Vicky Tiaden Michael Trainor Barbara Turino Leni Tydon Mary VanDrie Jerry VanDoren Valorie Van Natta Terry Volk Kathy Wagnon Alan Walker lan Wallace Mitch Ward Doni Watkins Janese Watson Mark Weinstein Nita Weisenseei Harry Wenzel Vickie Werner Julie Westover Tom Whitney Kim Wiley Sue Wilson Tom Wilson Carol Witt Kirk Wolfsberger Ann Work Todd Yasin Doug Yates Vickie Zeiler Julie Zobel Chuck Zopfi l84 Freshmen felt they had more freedom now that they were in high school. They could bethemselves and think forthemselves. It was a big change and sometimes very confusing, but they were looking forward to the next three years of work and fun. The Freshmen hope to contribute their part to make ESHS a better school, and to take from it the knowledge for the future. WTWLWT ' E' A in P z i f 5 G-Q V- ,L N 1 4 il T f 'i i -3 XW-'if - llxi Er ' by i nn ii me T T U T Nr ll V . i WN L . NH--.X "Q " . 4 2. I l I 5 ' vi 'T N' f "Tia if "'. . 4. - 2 . , ,L F, X -Tr M 0 ' X ire 3 "7 ' 5 P 9 y . .I 'V y ff- .,.l J, W is V f A ' V ,L .i , 6 Q I pm ,eg in g ,,. -V, i ,Qzff I' E. ,itil , tw' ,si J if ,gr r ii I V L 1 " mf . E I , tj 1 1 1 i i -if , A A . 5 iii' 4 F ,V i ' , X. 'Ji . K A ' 3 , I - . bfi' V ' 6 'f at 'E' A 9 gf u L5 if A - ' 2 ' 1' M F ' , .Sli , "www-' ' 1' ' W gli r' 5 wh! 275- I usp y 1-,N - L -NJ X J A M 'W AI, W , v , , t Ifi . ' ' 'X XJ s x A AA ' 5 A Freshman Juanita Ramsey gives a helping hand at the Senior Class summer paper drive. i m 4 4 F "" ' "nw If ' , T. H 3245289 ',.,,", , in J Q 4 1 1 ,, W ' 271 "" 1 4 rw mm 'E W It f X af W , gy , zpwf' W, , UW ? I all f .W K S , M Q 'wyzwf' ffv' Q ,,-V a..V- -.: Meeting every other Tuesday night, six concerned citizens served as members of the School Board. In efforts to make education inthe El Segundo School District both pleasurable and effective, they discussed the Dress Code, examined new textbooks, and con- sidered new, progressive teaching methods. li-SL, 10 .. 4' r 4' ' 3 'i""'- ,, 1. Dr. Dale Harter, Superintendent: 2. Mr, Eugene Broadwater, President: 3. Mr. Melvin Westover, Vice-President and Mr, Sam Douglass, 4. Dr. Wesley Farrg 5. Mrs. Zonetta Cargill, Clerk. A native of Pennsylvania, graduate of the University of Nebraska, coach, and coming from Lawndale High School where he was assistant principal for seven years was Principal John Machisic Having received his doctorate at USC and having 16 years of education experience, Dr. Machisic got into the swing of things at ESHS by showing concern for a new dress code and becoming extremely interested in the Southern California Regional Occupational Center. This year Dr. Machisic gave 11th graders a chance to visit SCROCQ to see howthe center operates. He was also impressed with some of the classes offered at ESHS, such as Behavioral Science. "l 'm interested to know what the kids are thinking and what they have to say." This quote exemplifies the philosophy of this new and concerned principal whom you see every day talking with the students. fizfaw Above: Dr. Machisic raps with students during lunch, Upper Left: Dr. Machisic-our new, concerned principal. Left: In a tour of the new building, Dr. Machisic explains to student government. 187 1. Mr. Frank Craven-Assistant Principal of Pupil Ser vices. 2. Mr. Frank Craven leads the spirituous Eagles 4. Mr. Robert Kingston-Assistant Principal of Ath letics and activities. 5. Yell leader Bob Kingston Watching for bare feet, beards, and burns has become a thing ofthe past for Assistant Principal Frank Craven With his help and support, the students made efforts to revisethe Dress Code. When not involved with matters of disci- pline, he was assisting with counselingand guidance of ESHS's students. Directing student activities was Assistant Principal Robert Kingston whose face was seen at the dances, rallies, ath- letic events, assemblies, and in student govern- ment. Perhaps the only person to understand the maze of scheduling activities, he was in charge of planningthe master calendar. l88 Q From scheduling of classes to informing students about iob and college opportunities, the Counselors made sure each student would meet graduation require ments. Having several contacts with each student duringthe year they were able to hel p them set their goals according to ability and achievements. Card Ffflin Arm If K -diff' ""'s. . A 1. Mr. Maurice Ward, 2. Mrs. Eleanor O'Hair, 3, Mr. George Hall, 4. Mr. Robert Bristlin, 5. Mrs. Dorothy Stuckeman. 1. Mr. L. Cummings American Studies U.S. History ,off 2. Miss Karin Kesselman A Civics an-I ,gp 3. Mr. Martin Ableser .Behavioral Science Civics 4. Nlr. Wallace Duffy World History Drama Stage and Sound Crew 8. Mr. John Stevenson Freshman Studies Coach 9. Mr. Terry Crystal World Humanities Coach 10. Mr, Clyde Dougherty Freshman Studies X L Y l l9O l l l f I i V i , i -45, ' lewis? Meeting Wednesday mornings as the students slept an extra hour were the Teachers. Besides faculty meetings, they spent several hours outside of class planning programs and 4 gradingtests. Mr. Frank Real Spanish English S. L. Miss Neva Hitchcock Spanish English .Mrs. Beth Wolf French . Mrs. Margaret Potter Latin English .Miss Yvonne Adler German English l9l vi Mrs. M. DeSmidt English Rhetoric Mrs. Virginia Petty English Rhetoric Mr. Richard Peterson English World Literature Student Government Miss Pamela Dokken I 54,3151 . Y 3 Q R ,M . iv X Q, P 'Q' 311.55 Journalism Bay Eagle advisor Mrs. Lloys Erickson English Mrs. Kathryn Peterson English Speech Golden Eagle advisor Mr. William Watkins English American Studies Coach ...., 5 ' ,, , MR. PEQERSC Showing us new ideas and bringing to us new insights were the Teachers who shared with us the knowledge they have gained during their many years of teaching. f 'TQ i i 1 -,sm l l L .Q g ,lymft yyii 'W"rw I L , Zi f - ff nf' "wma gf 1' ' Y ,gf 2 5 5 f at vw 4 'Y a aa- 3 5 Q 1 ,fra ,' ff X 4 4 f X' we ' Q 4 J .J 7 of iff fc 2 5 sf 6 QV 1 3 'gif ff? X sa , ff 3 7 ,f .M Z Sf Iv 1 ' t 1 1 Wio gi ' .l lasfsmgvi 4 V, l . QE of 7 ,K r i X , 2 ' A'-5 ,,cna Xklg ' - tele 1 1" -Q i f 1 X .,,. 4 . A , 2152? fl V -' ' A f 1 1 1' 25295 "f f fo wffff W ' ' , 5' Ah "?sQ-'ZF WM f- e a ' " " f Z -' f , C, 2 , 2, , ,kv ' , A kg fa -' ' 'Far walk at.. ff' ,M , E.. 15,5 ,ff f Q wi Q t , Q, ' A . If A . R - V, ff I xl l A , 2 1. Mr. Dick Whittington 4. Mr. Robert Thorsen Algebra Geometry Foundations of Math Coach Math Analysis 5. Mr. DougMinner 2. MY. Don Woodsmall BU5meS5Math Algebra Physical Education Coach Coach 3. M r. Steve Newell Algebra Math Essentials Foundations of Math Coach I1 '11, 196, Q- Q sm, , 4, so B ,.,i , Q Y so Z. f .ff , P . 1, xx.. ,,,, , 'N A ..! 5 L I ,c.... B.. sa M Mg ' A , yi X My 1Mr.AnothonyHess '00 Xi Twine BDSM 2 Businesslvlath pQOQ PilotandNavigation Q 5 W 194 2. Mr. Willard Harden 3 4 5 6 7 8. Biology .Mr.MiIton Olson Work Experience SCROC Mr.James Kerker Earth Science Mr. Tom Felix Life Science Coach Mrs. Anne Lenker Typing .Mr. James Anderson Business Practice Business Math Miss Cecile Gelinas Physics Chemistry Algebra ll 'fb Y X H g.fiA'1'l'f"li. X ' K l iw 5 I it 'ff 'S gif 2 1 3 v I .W i w- , y , A ' - -RQ f r t a I fd, I f. 5 ff f3W9f"f Y fa ffl, 4553? WW 3 Wflyg ff!!! ' Bringing us the new experiences were the Teachers who involved us in interesting projects and experiments. xl-l u B5 b g r,rr 'lv - 4' E .f I 2 f , 1' . I 6 1 , ' 'm.,,,wW"-' ' K 5 5 ,M .Q f 1.Mr.AlIen Carson Power Mechanics Wood Shop 2. Mr. Jewell Smith Wood Shop Home Mechanics 3. Mr. Doug Henderson Photography English Science 4. Mr. Fred Sorkin Reading Improvement English Coach 5. Mr. RobertConner Driver Education Driver Training Freshman Studies I 6. Mr. Phil Gingrich l Metal shop .wi . .mu E 5 VV ,,V, , ., 3 ,i 5 3 ,V E.. , .1 4i.1f,iVl:7 , X Q if X . I Icy.. ii H, , , A f X A V, 3, V, ,.,,Z,,,,,, ,V . , r f 1. f -4 W f A 4, ,f fyqfj, fffwf .tfff W., 'lf . p 4,1 . ' i l 4 yy'-ffw 1-1 me L , " ,sf 5 2721 ' 2 f' Z W , . .f W cos., fy 41- ' 5 ff., . www, r f 4 . ,Y ,f ,yf,w4,f, ff, A .. SL ff? WCW .4 J ' ' ' 1 ,... , A , ' Z4 ,. .:fl I f l . -fff,-1-'.'l.,, ,z-7,4 , cgnixfiiw' . 'f .. if . . . I 114 5. ,f ' V f f- X. X , 1, , LM Q , , ., . ,, 3, V ?'4??:1..'fff, rf. .V ,if C 3 L' ' ' ' l . " ' ' A 1 Some new, others teaching different subjects. butall teaching in the subjects they know so well were the Teachers of El Segundo High. P i 6 is 1. 3 I 'wx tr, X. E ,,1- ? '7 1' 1 t 1 A M f XXX F 1 ,ggi 4 if 1' i 1. Mr. Phillip Wood Ceramics Design Crafts 2. Mr. Richard Tash Varsityand Stage Band Strings Orchestra World Humanities 3. Miss Dianne Simons Chorus 4. Mrs. Nanette Fisher Homemaking 5.M 6.M 7.M r. Daniel Jeldum Art Design Crafts r. David Garinger Mechanical Drawing Wood shop rs. Dodie Daoud An Jewelry World Humanities American Studies .,,s,ls E 6. Mr. Dick Carter Special Education Coach 7. M r. John Hale Physical Education WeightTraining Coach 8. Mr. Joseph Hern Opportunity Physical Education Coach Typingthe daily bulletins, answeringthe phones, keepingthe attendance records, and always being helpful were the Secretaries. Busy with eye checks, hearing tests. aching heads, and upset stomachs was the School Nurse. l l 1 l ll ,aaa i bii Mrs. Mary Rose Liedke Guidance Secretary Mrs. Pauline Engle Guidance Secretary Mrs. Agnes Evans Secretary to Assistant Principal of Activities Mrs. Caroline Adams Secretary to Principal Mrs. Shirley Malm Secretary to Assistant Principal of Pupil Services Mrs. Margaret Cuzick ASB Bookkeeper Attendance Secretary Mrs. Ruth Patrick Attendance Secretary Miss Lorraine Thorson School Nurse 5 ii 2 -,' ,Va -1?-.Q-, H11--ng-..!' l . F!" 'UK N fist! ,- A 10" Q- jf' .'-fix 121 .Q-fn . I ' gg. .1 Q. in ., -Q A 15"-g5g'.31EfL 44.11. 231511113 I-525-3Z':-iii5:5Etial, 'ilififi Ziff-ififfi-I'':qf,Q53r55fi1E'--,.'1. ilffrfif. "-'l'1fi-'.-,E21E11'-LEE?If 'ffliiiili H112-3 r.-531, . -U '-1zg:gx1'1:3'g ' , ?1'.35:.EE,, -1. a -if-5ff,I' 198 ,J--' 'L ' . 8 1 Ei f l B M B l 1 .J ' 7 - ,LVI Welcomed by all to help us. of the hungry students Working long hours at El Segundo to keep were the our school hot lunches sanitary and attractive prepared by the hardworking were the Cafeteria Staff. Custodia ns. Whenever we needed to find a book we know we can look to the Librarians l 1. Mrs. Doris Rosen burg Librarian 2. Cafeteria Staff: left to right Mrs. Marion Stephens Mrs. Barbara Culp Mrs. Eileen Montz Mrs. Frances Dent, Manager Mrs. MaryJaneHardoin Mrs.June Cox Mrs. Leona Evans .Mrs. Dorothy Floyd Librarian . Mrs. Lauretta Burkett Librarian .Mrs. Dorothy Gross Librarian Custodians: leftto right Mr.Jim Hamilton Mr. Dick Schroer Mr.JerryWitt Mr. Larry Misel Mr. Rex Piatt Mr. JackWilson Curriculum Coordinator Audio -Visual 'C i-A . .., , 1. . L., La:.,..., ..:.:......24.-......-f..-. 1.s..- I K A L.. 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The Fire Department of El Segundo consists of fifty- four firemen in Suppression, three in Fire Prevention Bureau, Fire Chief Harry R. Gates and civilian Secretary Flo Nast. The Department operates on a 3-platoon' basis, with a Battalion Chief in command of each platoon. Equipment consists of three Engine Companies, one Truck Company, and the Rescue Unit, with a Reserve Unit in case of additional alarms. The most important factor of the Fire Department is to protect andfor save Life and Property, and these men so dedicated to this profession are never farther away from the citizens of our City than a telephone call. ' 1 201 QQ.. ,355 ff- W- . . ..-,ilf QQ. v -. LIL -..., 1 .:. ' '.L-'..LL,1,:L...+:,LJiaJJ2LiZQ.Q1.:.:Q---'f5+-' 154:-lf" 'fr' 1 If-144,--'ri 'Ji JXQCQVJ XXOQQM QGBYYKT 9- I Ewa: bf? gpmmjvfg - ff? My ,QQ J..2A-fl: so: wwf? -55 ifwmdvc " I fy 53012 al General Index Acappella: 121 American Field Service: 54 Art Guild: 109 Basketball: 82-91 Cafeteria Staff: 199 Counselors: 189 Ceramics: 108 Cross Country: 74-77 Dedication: 6 Design Crafts: 108 Epsilon Sigma: 53 Faculty: 190-195 Football: 58-65 French: 98 Freshman Class: 178-185 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica: 1 13 Graduation 119703: 20-21 Golden Eagle: 19 Homemaking: 100-111 Homecoming: 42-45 House of Representatives: 31 Index: 200 Junior Class: 160-169 Key Club: 52 Latin Club: 100 Librarians: 199 Library: 102-103 Marching Band: 38-39 Mechanical Drawing: 105 Metal Shop: 106 Nurse: 198 Pep Club: 46-49 Principal: 187 Prom 119701: 18 School Board: 186 Screaming Eagles: 50 S.C.R.0.C.: 112 Secretaries: 198 Senate: 30 Senior Class 136 159 AuZL"Senior Class' Picture: 9 G6f7lQ-:5 Us., J t .,: Q1 wawfei ,. ! www Q- f 301 1- 1 , 711011 x 202 F xx ' QOIAX 1 rm ,vfifkj Sophomore Class: 170-177 Spanish Club: 96 Stage Band: 122 Table of Contents: 1 1 Theme: 5 Vice Principal: 181 Waterpoloz 66-73 Wood Shop: 104 Wrestling: 78-81 Seniors A Aiken, Jim: 82,136 Allison, Krik: 138,148 Allison, Roy: Babcock, John: 128,136 Bader, Robert: 136 Bahny, Bonnie Sue: 29,34,53,136 Bailey, Jim: 136 Bailey, Scott: 120,136 Barboza, Yvonne: 136 Barcus, Bruce: 58,137 Baxter, Ronald: 137 Beach, Sandee: 137 Bedolfe, Glenn: 58,137 Bell, Kim: 137 Benedix, Bill: 82,137 Benfield, John: Berenger, Martha: 111,113,137 Bimber, Eric: 43,58,59,60.137 Bower, Liz: 54.137 Bowler, Melissa: 43,43, 131,137 Branam, Mike: 82,84,85,137,152 Brandon, Joyce: 25,27,29,30,31, 46,47,48,54,137,138 Brett, George: 58,59,60,109,138, 152 Brumfield, Scott: Brumpton, Bill: Buckingham, Sherry: 32,53,54, 138,158 Buffalow, Ed: 138 Burgdorf, Dan: 136,138 Buschkotter, Dale: 138 Buyan, Mika: 138 Byrd, Mary: 117,138 .C. Cameron, Gayle: 35,138 Carlson, Janeen: 48,49,53,138 Carr, Linda: 139 Carroll, Ed: 139,154 Carson, Vicky: 35,111,139 Carter, Tim: 58,59,139 Carvalho, Edwiges: 27,53,54,55, 139,146 Castle, Cynthia: 128,138 Chamberlin, Leanne: 139 Chieppa, Angelo: 139 Christensen, Judy: Churchill, Ruth: 48,48,49, 139 Claflin, Don: 139 Clark, Carla: 33,140 Clark, Cyndi: 34,140 Coleman, James: 74,75,128,14O Collette, Christine: 53.54.140 Copeland, Dan: 140 Copeland, Will: 140 Cottriel, Cathy: 140 Cowan, Gary: 128,140 Cr-able, Gaile: 128,140 Craddock, Chris: 141 Crews, Glenn: 141 Cripe, Les: 54,55,128,129,138. 141 Culbertson, Bob: 58,141,152 Culp, Heidi: 53,117,141 Cummings, Jim: 141 Cummings, Robert: 70 Curry, John: 80,141 .D. Davis, Karen: 116,141 Deck, Patrick: 141 Deeter, Linda: 141 Disbrow, Michael: 141 Dlugajczyk, Barbara: 141 Dobrovolny, Roger: 141 Dobruck, Chuck: 142 Dohmann, Paul: 82,83,129,142 Donahue, Leo: 129,142 Dougherty, Dean: 58,60,142 Doukakis, Richard: 56,58,60, 142,157 , Dow, Dan: 128,142 KEN STIEWEL INSURANCE ,.,:22f!:::::" AGENCY, INC. 351 Main Street El Segundo, California 90245 Insurance With A Purpose KEN STIEWEL 322-5585 President 772-2782 Doyle, Sherry: 142 Drozd, Diane: 142 Durkos, Michael: 142 Duvall, Mike: 51,14-2 Dye, Georgie: 143 Dyrdahl, Craig: 143 Elmstrom, Pamela: 30,35,143. 146,155 Ernest, Dana: 28,30,31,58,59, 82,83,84,128,129,143 Estrada, Marco: 143 Evans, Matt: 143 Evans, Roger: 53,54,96,143 .F. Farnsworth, Linda: Faut, Pamela: 143 Fenny, Mary Ellen: 144 Finnie, Shane: 123,144 Flayer, Janice: 144,146 Fletcher, William: 144 Ford, Jana: 116,117,144 Fowler, Steve: 120 Franco, Jose: 144 Freeman, Laura: 144,145 Fields, William: .G. Gagain, Debbie: Gangawere, Barry: 144,152,154 Gerughty, Kathleen: 53,119,128, 144,158 Ghent, Jack: Gilbert, Jeff: 58,60,144 Glotz, Michael: 58,59,60,144 Gober, Randy: Goeglein, John: 144 Goessler, Phillip: 62,145 Goodale, Nancy: 25,30,46,48, 52,145 Green, Karen: 33,36,145,148 Griffin, JoAnne: 145 Griffin, Randall Grosvenor, Mark: 145 Guarisco, Laura: 145 Gutierrez, Noel: 58,145 .H. Haley, Nancy: 145 Cathy: 46,47,48, 145 , Doug: 62,63,146 fI::11IC1,... Sandy: 13,146 ::::'::::. :::::Jnda: 146 ::::'::::. ucrbi: 35,146 Hare, Mike: 58,146 Harmon, Joseph: 146 Harr, Vickie: 147 Harrington, Curt: 120,147 Harter, Nancy: 147 Helvey, Tom: 109,147 Herman, Dan: 128,147 Hines, Kim: 112.1 17,147 Hinkle, Debbie: 21,46,48,141, 147,1 51 Hobe, Bill: 75,76,147 Holcomb, Frances: 34,53,147 Hough, Deby: 53,147 Huey, Jan: 32,41,43,53,147 Hughes, Debbie: 113,119,147 Ingersoll, Ben: 58,148 -J. Jenkins, Jett: 51,148,154 Jensen, Valerie: 148 Johnson, Marva: 25,29,46,48, 54,138,148 Johnston, Frank: 120,148 Jones, Julie: 148 Judge, Frank: 21,29,41,43,58,61 129,141,149 Justice, Brad: 149 -K. Kessener, Richard: 22,23,29,54, 138,149,151 Kistler, Mike: 18,58,60,149 Kline, Kenny: 149 Kulp, Stuart: 23,149 Kuyer, Ron: 140,149 .L- Lagotta, David: 51,82,149 LaMar, Guy: 149 Lamay, Jim: Lemon, Dan: 149 Long, John:41,131,138,149,151 Lorentzen, Nancy: 149 Lourey, Bob: 58,6O,149 Lowe. Bob: 58,59,61,150 Mackin, Kathy: 33,102,119,15O MacLean, Carlos: Majors, Randy: 58,60,15O Maloy, Vera: 53,150 Martin, Bill: 1 50 Martin, Rick: 58,60,15O Martin, Tricia: Matthews, Dan: 150 Maxwell, Mary: 150 May, Don: 51,150 McCarthy, Dennis: McCready, Melissa: 25,29,46,48, 119,131 McCreary, Jan: 151 McDowell, Keith: McEIvain, Naomi: 53,923,151 McKee, Barbara: 151 McKinley, Susan: 54,151 McMuIlin, Rita: 151 Meredith, Rick: 151 Mills, Debbie: 151 Miller, Ray: 74,151 Mittie, Dallas: Mone', Brent: 151 Morton, Susanne: 53,152 Mullins, Bob: Murphy, Janice: 30,35,53, 54, 131,152 Nagle, Brad: 112,152 Neely, Mark: 152 Nelson, Carol: 53,152 Newman, Cheri: 152 Newman, Dan: 152 Nichelson, David: 152 Nickens, Gary: 58,107,152 Norris, Jeff: 29,58,59,152 .0. Obradovich, Jim: 25,58,6O, 109, 153 0'Neal, Betty: 153 Ottinger, Mary: .p. Paff, Joyce: 35,53,54,55,153,157 Peterson, Dawn: 153 Petett, Jodie: 107,136,153 Phillips, Brenda: 153 Platt, Mike: 153 Pogue, Marcus: 58,143 Procopio, William: Good Luck Class of 1971 if fgpgl 'taxi we ,W ?w3l,zk?L in ,Essex xi 'WV Vik Tian VT Congratulations Class of 1971 El Segundo Brake and Wheel Alan West 322-1370 I Q., gi Xxx . . 83,5-s ', .Q. Quilt, Judy: 154 Quiroga, Frank: 154 Raab, Karyn: 154 Ramey, Jeftrey: 5O,51,66,69,154 Ramsey, Michelle: 35,53,54,154, 157 Rasmussen, Ron: 154 Ray, Valerie: 25,29,46,48,109, 131,154 Renfro, Ed: 154 Roach, Christine: 154 Robertson, Cindi: 154 Robison, Debbie: 53,155 Roseland, Daren: 100,101,155 Roth, Collen: 100,101,155 Rowland, Wally: 74,75,79,155 Ru nkel, Carol: 117,155 -5. Sanders, Donna: 27,47,48,108, 138,155 , Schaeffer, Bob: 58,128,155 Schmidt, Ken: Schoenbaum, Richard: 155 Scott, Leslie: 155 Segers, Pete: 66,67,69 Self, Olivia: 155 Sherman, Keith: 155 Slatton, John: 66,67,69,155,158 Smith, Debbie: 29,155 Smith, Karen: 156 Smith, Kathy: 156 Smith, Keri: 156 203 Smith, Pauli: 156 Smolinski, Joyce: 156 Spielman, Relda: 156 Stanton, Kenneth: 58,59,81,156 Stephens, Jill: 74,156 Stephenson, Ronnie: 120,156 Stewrt, Kelly: 156 Sturm, Susan: 53,156 Sullivan, Nelma: 156 .1'. Trocosso, Terry: 15 7 -y. Va nBuren, Donald: 128,157 VanVranken, Patty: 48,49,53,54 157 Victorero, Zoila: 157 Volk, Bob: 107,157 Vranas, Darlene: 157 .w. Wagnon, William: Walkey, John: 66,100,101,157 Wallace, Sue: 157 Wilson, Bob: Wilson, Greg: 159 Woehrer, Evelyn: 27,54.55,99, 128,159 Wolfsberger, Kim: 62,159 Woodward, Don: 159 Wylie, Mike: 159 .y. Young, David: 142,159 Young, Steve: Zagorski, Barbara: 35,109,159 Zimmerman, David: 159 .Z. Juniors .A. Abbott, Susan: 160 Adams, Bob: 62 Albinus, Barbara: 34,160,161 Armstrong, Billie: 160 Ashley, Mark: 54,71, 100,101,160 Ashley, Sandra: 70,160 Wallace, Valerie: 111,1 13, 1 57 West, Steve: 58.79.158 Westover, Janis: 46,48,53,158 Wheeler, Kenda: 158 White, Linda: 53,158 Whitiord, Kathy: 117,158 Wiegers, Carla: 53,158 Willbrandt, Kathy: 22,23,34,158 Williams, Jim: 158 0 . 1 API .dk-L. Q 16 , . , V- .-ffr lik' A Me- .. , --,: .gf r K . AV' , 1-. - ' 5 2, :L E 2, W- . Jifisxigzfi X WEE. Vgpvsa " .mm whiz.-W-zsaxexawrn-t:w.us.1..fvs.1 .-...J-em-,-a,,.,.1,sf,-.-.v-ff. 'sv-fp N-L - ky-.-4 Q-.12-'--.,.-' . s- - -, ':,.+:. 'Q .'.-' frlfx- I -. . A wr., A ii ,:fAQQg.if,Q:- .ff 24575 'ff' ,Zvi5"1l'l'.7Q-:1:i5L.fiXx-55''V -rl.:-' . . ., 4:q'.L-y- - . ,-A.-in V '-gay' ' ,Q1:'1.'::f'-i'3ty.'g?kS:- "L,'5?E3g,ffi . 'Zn -41' ".C,',.. 1 2-'f' 'X 'low :v1,"fs" :Q 5' I ,. ' " T -r . 4 X- Z,. 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Calhoun, Gerald: 160 Cannon, Candy: 160 Capone, Robin: 160 i Carman, Daniel: Carr, Jim: 160 Castle, Richard: 109,160 Castle, Robert: 160 Chalmers, Helen: 160 , Clark, Brad: Clements, Boyd: 160 SI Clevenger, Gordon: 66,68,69,161 I Cobis, Emma: 161 Coney, Pam: 119,161 5 cook, Elin: 54,161 , Cook, Pat: 106,148,161 Corey, Pat: 161 Corona, Alma: Coulter, Bill: 161 Crawford, Jerry: 161 Cronin, Sean: 161 Crook, Michael: 161 Cundiff, Kathy: Curtis, Mike: 161 Curtis, Steve: 29,31,86, Cuthbertson, Joyce: 113,117 I 3 ff Dalgleish, Ken: 29,58,61,161 Davis, Vicki: 161 P Cuir, Larry: 161 ii Devilbiss, Cheryl: 32,119,161 Dolbee, Diane: 161 Domann, Steve: 161 Dowd, Kathy: 161 Dyches, Steven: 76,169 .E. Eady, Terry: 62 ii Eccles, Debi: 35,162 Edzard, David: 162 Elmore, Arne: 162 Elmstrom, Beverly: 162 16 ff Evans, Carolyn: 162 is Evans, Robin: 162 I .F. Faas, Mike: 162 1 Fahy, Stephen: 62,162 3, Farquehar, Tim: 162 Q1 Feller, Randy: 162 Fisher, Steve: 39,162,163 2 Fitch, Karen: 119,162 Fitzpatrick, Carol: 162 Q Fogg, Kenneth: 74,162 L Fowler, Ann: 162 Frio, Mike: 51,162 'G' Ei E: Gaston, Laurie: 162 ii Giery, Pat: 62,104,162 Q Gonzaloz, Luis: 162 Goodman, Mike: 162 Gragg, Lark: 33,163 Griffin, Regina: 163 41. Habermann, Marina: 163 Hamaker, Steve: 66,163 Hamrick, Karl: 51,75,76,12O,163 Hansen, Larry: 120,163 Hildebrand, Iris: 163 Hobe, Ben: 163 Hodder, Tom: 163 Holmes, Gary: 163 Holmes, Jerry: 163 Honseler, Monika: 163 Howard, Vicky: 163 Howell, Beverly: 108,163 Hubbard, Jim: 163 Hull, Cindy: 3O,54,163,167 Hunter, James: 164,165 Hutchinson, Kathy: 128,129,164 .J. Janssen, Michael: 62,164 Jellison, Mike: 82,84,164 Jensen, Scott: 164 J0hnson,Debbie: 164 Johnson,Jeff: 51,164 Johnston, Anne: Johnston. Linda: 164 JolIy,Tom: 164 Jones,Alan: 164 Jones, David: 164,166 Jones, Debbie: 99,164 .K. Keane,Renne: 111,169 Kelly, Pat: 164 Kessener, Bob: 96,164,166 Kline, Steve: 164 Knox,Donna: 164 Kommel, Ray: 62,164 -l- Konecny, Alex: 164 Kongable, Felicia: 54,113,164 lreton, Theresa: 35,164 Kucera, John: 164 NI.G. 0 JAGUAR o AUSTIN HEALEY 0 VOLVO TRIUMPH 0 HILLMAN 0 VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE Airport Foreign Car Service FOREIGN CAR REPAIRS TONY B: RICHARD 212 E. IMPERIAL AVE. 322-7633 EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. 90245 EL SECUNDO LOCK 8: CYCLE auto - home - office complete key service Lock-outs Combinations changed Locks installed and replaced 735 Main Street 322-3083 El Segun do,, Ca. Bcrv, INC. service - sales - YGMHIS RCA 309 Main EI Segundo 322-6726 322-6955 .L. Lappen, karen: 164 Layne,Danny: 66,68,69,164 Layne, Patsy: 164 Leal, Steve: 82,83,85,164 Liedke, Brad: 66,67,68,164 Liles, Larry: 164 Limberg, Deanna: 54,113,164 Lindsay, Vanetta: 164 Linker, Barbara: 164 Lourey, Susan: 164 Luikens,Rob: 164 MacGregor, Bob: 58,6O,79,164 M,ack,Kenny: 164 Majors, Cindi: 33,164 Mann, Don: 74,75,164 Markel,Tim: 64,165 Marquez, Robert: 62,108,165 Mathany, Marilyn: 27,48,169 McAlIister,Kurt: 165 McCarthy, Laura: 169 McDonald, Madeleine: 165 McEIvain,NoeI: 117,165 McGregor, Scott: 82,83,85,165 Mclntyre, Laura: 165 McKean, Marianne: 119,165 McLellan, Sharon: 165 Living through a year of exciting change, Junior Becky Simko pon de rs the futu re. 'Si'-E McMahon: 119,165 McNutt, Dale: 86,165 Meeks, Roger: 165 Meredith,Janice: 33,165 Metcalf, Rick: 169 Metcalfe, Bill: 79,165 MilIer,George: 165 Montz, Donna: 161,165 Morgan, Pam: 34,161,165 Morrice, Mary: Mosher, Karen: 165 Mote, Susan: 166 Mrdalj, Debbie: 119,166 Mullins, Joseph: Murray, Gayle: 36,46,47,48,127, 166 Myers, Jeannie: 166 .N. Nagel, Luanne: Nutz, Cyndi: 32,166 .0. 0'Connor, John: 66,69,166 0'Grady, Denise: 166 Oja, Robin: 166 Olson, Sharon: 113,166 Oppolzer, Michael: 166 Orlowski, Chris: 58 Osorio, Amin: .p. Patterson, Toni: 166 Pederson, Bob: 166 Peters, Randall: 166 Peterson, Jim: 166 Peterson, John: 166 Pigott, Monica: Philips, Debbie: 166 Piller, Babette: 166 Pleick, Andrea: 166 Pleick, Tony: 58.59,82,83,165, 166 Porter, Ricky: 166 Potter, Dana: 166 Prewitt, Donna: 166 Pritchett, Steve: 86,237,166 Raculia, Pat: 167 Ramey, Suzanne: 167 Randall, Mike: 62 Randall, Ronald: 39,43,163,169 Randazzo, Suaan: 167 Ray, Carol: 167 Ray, Terry: 62,120,167 Reed: 167 Reed, Leslie: 167 Reid, Kim: 167 Reid, Anita: 167 Retzlaff, Elaine: 167 Riessen, Becky: 167 Serving the students of E.S.H.S. as well as other community citizens, the businesses of El Segun- do can satisfy all the family wants and needs. Everything from shoes to a new outfit-or from haircuts to gasoline. These fine stores aim to satisfy and please the customers-the students of E.S.H.S. At right: "Stephenie" Fisher bust- les around on the foot- ballfield. - 5- , tt I. r 1 1 'R ' i 1, .1 ., , -1 - . f, 5552. 1ERRY'5 SHQES 8: ANDREA'S BOUTIQUE 400 Main 322-5867 TRADITIONAL CLOTHES STEVEN 'S FOR MEN 32.2-S365 428 MAIN ST. EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. Congratulations Seniors from JOE 'S B230 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SHOE SHINE TUES. THRU SAT. TED'S BARBER SHOP 757 SEPULVEDA PHONE 322-9786 El. sizcsumno. cALiF. N R TULATIONS 11 x ' 'QW if f X 4 f fattendant Jeff Jenkins Clay front wheelj happily serves customers Michelle Ramsey Mnke Hare fun front seatj Juanuta Ram Riggens, Daniel: 86,167 Roach, Charisse: 167 Roach, Faith: 110,167 Roberts, Jack: 167 Robinson, Lori: 102,116,167 Roth, Ramona: 34,35.119,167 Ruane, Marion: 167 .5. Sacks,JiII: 119,167 SaIo,John: 167 Salter,Kim: 35,167 Sberna,Frank: 64,167 Schaffer, Bill: 86,106,167 Schlottmann, Richard: 167 Schader,Sandi: 117,119,167 Schraum, Laura: 33,167 Schumacher, Patty: 119,167 Scott,CheryI: 119,167 Sheehan, David: 66,67,69,168 Shilling, Steve: 86 Shockley, Mike: Simko, Becky: 128 Smith,Jerome: 168 Smith,MarIyne: 168 Smith, Margaret: 168 Smith,Tracey: 168 Smith, Valerie: 168 Spittler, Kent: 168 Stratton, Jana: 168 Stewart, Tara: 33,168 Stiewel, Brent: 168 Storm, Shirley: 54,96,99,168 Sullivan, John: Summers, Debi: 168 Swan, Patricia: 168,169 Swiggum, Stewart: 87,168 Form Divine Figure Salon Personal Attention At "Divine Prices" For Ladies 436 Main 322-2181 I l K . 4 - Q 'fi I! I 6 1 ,- 1 21535118 I IMII1 431 MAIN STREET EI. SEGUNDO, CALIF I213I 322-0170 Downtown El Segundo 566 WASHINGTON ST MARINA DEL REY, CALIF 12131 821-3300 Marina West Sh0DDIng Center .- .1'. ..:. John: 168 ff" ,EIIen: 35,43,127,168 Tidwell,Jeff: 82,168 Toka,Joe: 168 Tonkevich, Linda: 168 Touri, Michele: 119,168 Turino,Gina: 168 .V. Va nderwerf, Gail: 169 VonFlue, David: 76,168 -w. Walsh, Margie: 34,127,168 Weber, Garth: I Weinstein,John: 168 Wendell, Lynn: 29,35,119,168 Wharton,Gaynor: 168 Wheeler, Marta: 168 White,Glen: 168 Wiitala, Barbara: 88,89,168 Wiley, Emily: 119.168 Wiley, Susan: 168 L, Wilkinson, Sue: 168 Williams, Angela: 34,119,168 l Williams Bill: 168 W -ma ff , A, , J: , it 11 Williamson, Vicky: 33,168 ,MV I wins, Kim: 32,119,168 li Wilson, Carl: 58,169 Wilson, Sean: 169 , l Wilson, Richard: 169 Wise, Richard: 169 Wolf, Charlene: Work, Keith: 169 .y. Young, Betty: 30,35,169 Young, Mike: 169 i 3' BALBOA ISLAND O cosTA MESA l '95 f W7 ' , P2 yi EL sEcuNoo JLG o C-FE -.Lv soum COAST PLAZA Sportswear o Dresses 0 Swimwear 0 HUNTINGTON CENTER 0 V147 5494339 LAGUNA BEACH . . O General Offices ond Receiving W 1852 Kaiser, Santa Ana, Ccliformc 92705 THE ClTY PLAZA 'I f ' i "fabrics -with a flair vf,w,,.1 1143 MANHATTAN AVE. TUDDY 3F'f'-"' MANHATTAN BEACH. YUM YOUNGG , 3'l":fi'- CALIFORNIA 90266 545-2451 1 V , I .- I Hey, Eagle Swingers!! Have you been to the "NOW" places such as Molly's Folley, or the Hemline, or the Wet Seal, or the Form Divine?? These places feature the Now styles for young and old alike. Thinking young is a habit with these places as teen-age consumers account for more than E515 billion of the nation's purchasing power! Opposite Page: Looking up to the sky are Chet Ha rter and his friends. Above: Hunting for bugs and fashions both require a keen eye, as demonstrated by Steve Fowler, Noel Mclilvain, and Boyd Clements. 209 J' ' ., iff' 9 ,film 64 we Carroll, Rick: 171 FARMERS INSURANCE GROU P NICK FLOOR DAVE JONES AUTO- FIRE- LIFE WORKMAN'S COMP TRUCK 208 MAIN ST EA2-4464 FROM LA. 678-7487 -Z- Campbell, Pamela: 123,170 CampbelI,Sherry: 170 Zagorski, Donna: 34,35,169 Capicoto' Vicki: 170 Carlson, Kristie: 48,49,54,97, 170,173 Sgphgmgres Carr, Jeanette: 99,170 IA- Carr, Laura: 119,170 Allen, Debbie: 54,170 Anderson, Jackie: 29,170 Anderson, Jim: 170 Anderson, Mark: 170 Armstrong, Pam: 170 Arnot, Tony: 170 Bacon, John: 177 Bader, Patti: 1 13,170 Bannerman, Kevin: 170 Barnett, Robin: 170 Beall, Susan: 33,118,170 Beaty, Greg: 106,170 Bechard, Marsha: 119,170 Bectel, Don: 64,170 Biggs, Debbie: 54,97,17O Booher, Kent: 170 Booterbaugh, Paul Botfeld, David: 70,170 Braden, Sally: 119,170 Brady, Monica: 170 Brand, Betty: Brauninger, Nancy: 170 Briese, Phil: 64,170 Brookens, Ben: 70,170 Brumley, Jerry: -C. Campeau, Susie: 98,170 Carter, Keith: 171 Cary, Ron: 171 Chamberlain, Cathy: 119,171 Chambers, Nancy: 96,171 Chavez, Jim: 62.88,104,171 Chieppa, Nicky: 64,171 Citty, Kirk: 171 Church, Mary Lynn: 119,171 Clause, Barbara: 171 Cleary, Craig: 88,89,171 Coffey, Dan: Collette, Carl: 62,171 Copeland, Cindy: 171 Corbett, Valerie: 171 Corbett, Wendy: 171 Cost, Garry: 171 Cottriel, Debby: 30,171 Crockett, Deanna: 171 Cummings, Kathy: 30,171 Curtis, Kenneth: Curtis, Lori: 48,49,171 .g. Devilbiss, Mark: 171 Dexter, Robert: 62,171 Dicks,Vicky: 119,171 Disbrow, Steve: 171 Dobrovolny, Joe: 171 Dow, Kelly: 171 Dubois, Dennis: From pencils to typewriters, from car insurance to toy trains, the El Segundo Businesses provide the young consumer with the best merchandise they can buy. Teenagers have been exposed to the best of advertising on television, radio, and billboards. They know more about products and merchandise than perhaps any other group. The Golden Eagle advertisers value the friendship and relationship that good advertising builds with the teen clientile. They want honesty in their businesses. They want you, the teenagers, to be satisfied with your merchandise. So take a break in your busy, schedule and visit the advertisers of this year's Golden Eagle, you won't be sorry! Below: Bob Kessener ponders the need for earthquake insurance. ",..','!"' Ra mey, Pamela: 174 esf Siaiioners, nc. 0 COMMERCIAL STATIONERY - OFFICE EQUIPMENT 0 HADLEY ACCOUNTING FORMS 0 DUPLICATING PRODUCTS 0 OFFICE FURNITURE 0 DRAFTING SUPPLIES Edwin Cosfenborder Secreta ry 200 West Grand Avenue EI Segundo. Calif. 90245 EAstgate 2-0125 - SPring 2-2890 Holly, Lee: 172 Holman, Maaike: 99,172 Howard, Karen: 32,119,172 Hutchinson,Keith: 172 Hyatt,Carla: 172 -J. Jacobson,Joyce: 96,177 Johnson, Howard: 172 Johnson,Gil: 172 Johnston, Nancy: 99,172 Jolly, Edward: 173 Jones, Evelyn: 99,173 Jones, TeriLee: Justice, Pam: 33,119,173 .K. Kainer,Mike: 173 Kay,Janet: 173 KeIIy,CoIIeen: 173 KeIly,Donna: 173 Kinney, Susanne: 173 Kirk, Nancy: 173 Koppelman, Marie: 173 Kornatoski, Keith: 173 Kuhn, Dennis: 173 .L- Laffon, Jon: 173 Lagotta, Meryl: 48,49,173 Lake, Rosanne: 118,173 Lalone, Gary: 173 Landreth, Brent: 173 Larson, Kirby: 173 Lawrence, Dawn: 173 LeBlanc, Cathy: 99,173 List, David: 173 Long, Dave: 62.86.173 Lowell, Leslie: 54,97,116,118,173 Lucero, Linda: 173 Lytle, Alice: 173 .E. Efflandt, Denise: 33,172 EIIis,Janet: 54,96,172 Elmore,Marva: 172 Erlandson, Anne: 172 .p. Farnell, Cyndi: 34,172,173 Faut,Mark: 177 FIato,WilIiam: 172 Foley, Paula: 172 Ford,Steven: 102,172 Fortini, Jeff: 172 liz' VVEDDING INVITATIONS. STATIONERY HALLMARK CARDS. PARTY GOODS Gil-'I'S. NIONOGRAMMING. BUSINESS CARDS MRS. ELIZABETH M. MCCARTHY 323 MAIN STREET El. SEGUNDO. CALIFORNIA 90245 213 322-0727 McClary,Michele: 54,174 McGarry, Kevin: 51,64,174 McKean, Susanne: 48,49,174 McMillan, Cindi: 43,48.49.127. 173,174 Mcnabb, Patti: 174 McNaughton,Roc: 97,173,174 McNulty, Brian: 39,66,68,71,174 Metcalf, Louise: 174 Miller,Marsha: 174 MiIIer,W,J,:174 Miller, Xavier: 174 Minkler, Dave: 62,88 Mohr, Steve: 70,177 Moucheboef,Frank: 120,174 Mrdalj, Becky: 174 Mulch, Kathy: 174 Murphy, Nancy: 36,174 Murray, Debi: Muus, Paul: 174 .N. Nelson, Linda: 119,174 Newman, Bill: 64,174 .0. Padjen, Mark: 62,174 MacGIashen, Barbara: 173 Maclay, Bill: 173 Malles, Frank: 173 Manochio,Joan: 173 O'Dell,Mike: 62,88,174 Orlowski, Vic: 174 .p. Marklry, Joan: 96,97,173 Marquez,Terry: 173 Martin, Cheryl: 173 Martin, Kim: 173 Martin, Shari: 119,173 Martin,SherIin: 173 Mason, Sally: 54,118,174 May,Cindy: 173 McCanlies, LeeAnn: 54,97,174 McCauley, Dianne: 3O,54,174 Pagett, Glenda: 48,49,119.127. 173,174 Parks,MichaeI: 174 Partlow,Jim: 174 PendIeton,Gay: 174 Perry, Dean: Pessia, Nancy: 174 Peterson,Janene: 174 Petrovich, Marina: 174 Phillips, Susan: 32,127,173,174 Fortman,Jay: 172 Francis, Carrie: 172 Franklin, Jeff: 172 Freelich, Judy: 172 Frye, William: 172,174 .G. Gangawere, Joan: 172 Gentry, Bryan: 76,172 Geringer, Linda: 172 Glidewell, Bob: Goeglein, Pat: 172 Goodale, Karen: 119,172 Gould, Richard: 64,172 Graff, Jack: 64,172 Graham,Glenn:172 Griffin, Debbie: 177 Grimaud, Rennee: 172,174 Groff, Valerie: 54,1 18,172 Grounds, Randy: 172 .H. Halleen, Dean: 172 Hamaker,Lisa: 116,118,172 Hann, Katrina: 172 Hargrave, Don: Harmon,Georgia: 172 Harter, Chet: 39,170,172 Herrera, Evelyn: 172 Helvey, Phyllis: 172 Holcomb, Lora: 119,172 COMPLETE LINE OF HOBBIES AND SUPPLIES EL SEGUNDO HOBBY SHOP 409 MAIN ST. EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. JIM at DORIS OTTMAN EA 2-3774 Pitchford, Mack: 174 Powers, Mike: Proctor, Ann: 99,174 Pultz, Loy: 174 Purvis,Johanna: 174 Ramsay, Karen: 119,174 Randall, Lisle: 64,88,89,174 Rasmussen, Dave: 174 Ray, Peggy: 34,119,174 Reardon, Colleen: 54,99,119,174 Rick. Scott: 174 Ristovski, Mite: Robbins,Joann: 174 Roberts, Mike: 174 Robison, Mike: 88,174 Rodrigues, Gloria: 177 Roseland, Dawn: 96,174 Rossiter, Mickey: 174 Ruttinger, Paul: 177 .5. Safarian, Michele: 54,171,175 Sant, Chris: 175 Schleuniger, Paul: 175 Schmutz, Teresa: 33,172,175 Self, Kathy: 175 Shaffer, Kathy: 175 Shanks, Patty: 119,175 Shoemaker, Caryn: 118,175 Simonson, CharLou: 54,175 Sincla Smith Smith Smith Smith ir, Peter: 175 ,Karenz 175 , Nancy: 175 , Richard: 88.175 , Shirley: 175 Smith, Tim: 175 Snow, ldonna: 48,49,127,175 Spees, Tim: 120 Sperry, Thomas: 80,175 Speuity, Charlotte: 175 Spoor, Bette: Stapleton, Robert: 62.175 Steffer, Florence: 119,175 Steichen, Kurt: 43,62,175 Stephens, Terry: 175 Stephenson,Mike: 175 Sterner, Jon: Stimpson:175 , -fi 1, . ,X .ivy-N . 5 .. az if we s mam:-easf, graft Mr. Felix demonstrates "2" or " Peace" in Life Science Class. Sturgeon, Doug: Sturm, Diane: 113,175 Stuthard, Senoma: 175 Sundquist, Charla: 99,175 .T. Thomas, Susan: 175 Tilford, David: 175 Thurgood, Jeanin e: 123,173,175 Tomaszewski, Meg: 175 .U. Uhey, Melinda: 32,175 .y. Valles, Maria: 111,175 VanBuren, Linda: 175 Vanderwerf, Leann: 175 Varela, Martha: 175 Velzy, Malia: 175 .w. Walker, Jessie: 175 Wallace, Kristie: 113,175 Wamock, Randy: 177 Warfield, Linda: 32,176 Warren, Jeffrey: 176 Warrenberger, Don: 177 Watson, Tina: 175 Walton, Conrad: 175 Watkins, Mari: 176 Welch, Kathy: 176 West, Chris Westover, Polly: 176 White, Debbie: 176 Wiley, Walter: 88,176 Williams, Dave: 176 Williams, Eddie: 64.176 Wilson, Don: 176 Wilson, Mary: 176 Witt, Jim: 7O,71,176 Wolfsberger, Keith: 5188.176 Woodward, Kathy: 176 .Z. Zeigler, Scott: Zurbia, Simental: Fresh men .A. Adams, Adrienne: 178 Aidens, Tracey: 118,178 Almaguer, Argel: 80,178 Anderson, Pat: 178 Anderson, Sheryl: 178 Armantrout, Hurbert: 5 1 , 178 Armstrong, Burl: 178 Armstrong, Sharon: 118,178 Amot, Paul: 178,181 Barnwell, Paul: 80,120,179 Barton, Chris: 179 Bayes, Evelyn: 127,179 Bell, Cara: 30,179 Bell, Jeff: 179 Bennett, Kathy: 123,179 Bertelsen, Skip: 179 Bisbey, Johnette: 179 Bogossian , Ben: 51,80,179 Botting, John: 179 Bowie, Laurette: 118,179 Brandon, Kathy: 179 Bridges, Catherine: 179 Briese, Linda: 179,185 Brinex, Mike: 179 Briney, Mike: 51,62 Brown, Bert: 80,179 Brown, Beverly: 118,179 Brunt, Sandi: 179 Bryan, Barbara: 179 Byme, Mary: 179 .C. Campbell, Peter: 179 Campbell, Sandra: 179 Capo, Richard: 64,179 Capone, Robert: 179 Cargill, Tim: 64,179 Casler, Cheryl: 179 Castle, John: 8O,81,123,179 Castle, Roger: 76.179 Chabrajex, Rich: 51,77 Christensen, Scott: 179 Christie, Rickie: 179 Claflin, Nancy: 118,179 Clarke, Carolyn: 118,179 Clevenger, Bradley: 179 Coleman, Don: 51,8O,123,179 Coles, Glenn: 51,76.123,179 Collings, Jeanie: 179 Collings, Julia: 123,179 Conner, Don: 88,179 Copeland, Dana: 185 Corey, Stacey: 179 Cottriel, Margaret: 43,179 Craford, Mitch: 179 Crews, Stephen: 179 Crope, Madeline: 54,179 Cummings, Brad: 179 Cummings, Maureen: 111,179 Curry, Eric: 179 Cuthbertson, Bill: 76,179 .D. Dare, Susan: 179 Deets, Greg: 179 DeFontes, Bernie: 179 del-lermida, Kip: 64,179 Demuth, GerryDic: 179 Dick, Dawn: 179 Dickens, Darne: 118,179 Dobrovolny, Dennis: 64,179 Dobruck, Maureen: 179 Dodgen, Due: 179 Dojcinovic, Tony: 179 Drozd, Greg: 179 Durbano, Lori: 118,179 Durkos, John: 179 .E- Ji-I Congratulations, Class Of 1971 PETERSON BRUTHERS MOLD CORP Precision Mold- Making Center 132 Nevada Street 322-5223 64.180 -W ..8O , .,.,,, , . ,,... .W..... -zu' run ii, iu,xu1rriImIda: 118,180 -.....- -....-.18O .p. Feller, Shane: 180 Ferguson, Brian: 80,180 Flynn, Terry: 180 Folkerson, Cindy: 180 Francis, Leslie: 180 Franco, Patti: 180 Francois, June: 180 Friedline, Steve: .G. Gallagher, Patrick: 180 Geisler, Robert: 180 Ghent, Steve: 180 Glidwell, Mike: 180 Glynn, Elizabeth: 180 Glynn, Patrick: 180 Gould, Kenneth: 180 Gulick, Robert: 64,120 Gutierrez, Jeanette: 180 Guy, Paul: 39,170,185 .H- Hall, Tom: Hall, Richard: Hambright, Davey: 180 Hamilton, David: 180 Hammack, Grace: 180 Hancockgleff: 62,88,89,180,183 Hanes, Cheryl: 180 Hare, Rosemary: 118,180 Hargrave, Becky: 180 Harrington, Tom: 180 Hayos, Joan: 180 Hebrard-Grienauer, Susan: 180 Helms, Shannan: 180 Hettinger, David: 180 Hines, Joe: 180 Hoggan, Margee: 180 Holly, Rhonda: 180 Holman, Peter: 180 Honseler, Loetta: 151,180 Horst, Susan: 118,180 Horton, Brenda: 118,180 Hull, Sandy: 54,180 Humphries, Dean: 181 -J. Jack,Jeff:76,181 Janssen, Catherine: 118,181 Jeck, Randall: 51 Jellison, Vicki: 30,127,181 Jensen, Pam: 181 Johnson, Bob: 181 Johnson, Diane: 181 Johnson, Karl: 51,181 Johnston, Mitchell: .K. Karutz, Ken: 70,181 Kincel, Roberta: 99,181 Kline, Denise: Konecny, Patty: 181 Koppelman, Parl: 322-0407 A. L. MURPHY 'I30 West Grand Avenue ' EI Segundo, California 90245 Bureau of Electronic Repair Registration 4997356 LECTRA HOME SALES ALL TV SERVICE 322-0373 OCCASION GIFTS 415 MAIN ST. EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. 90245 ,s'2w1?4 ilfmffefl -F ., 'NRE 1, E 1 bu 0'VCn '43 M-.,,.w.-,-.m ,.,1 W,M.,,,,,.,, ...,,,,,,, Www-ix ., 5 ' ' f f I 3 I I VL, ,aweemwwefwf ,, , I , I V v i , ff " ,, ',1vW?fW" ,f214f74f4MffZ'Ti'?Zf5f:2?gfQ 'fb "'f95fQ2ZfiX'?fyf'i , ' , ,,',,-mfwkf f ,' ' A ",41,ii2,,w,j: 8 ' If ' 4' V 5'1IjHf9g,,if M,,,,-uf' , if '-gn.,,N - -nl www' Q ffpfe, ,,,.. , ,mv 4, ,V , , 3, ' ' , f ' V .,.fq,,,,,,, ' gm, ' fe f' f f ' f, ,, .. f ' , f ' - - , , ,, , .,,, , I , ,,,,V,,,, in :,, ,I , , :eil .L. LaCognata, John: 181 La Fromboise, Joseph: 181 Lamay, Tom: 181 Landreth, Debbie: 181 Lawerence, John: 181 Leal, Martha: 118,181 Lebowe, Kirk: 181 Lemasurier, David: Lemon, Faye: 118,181 Ley, Maria: 181 Lindstrom, Lorna: 181 Lingitis, Doug: 181 Linke, Rudi: 181 Linn, John: 181 Lucero, Debbie: 181 Luikens, Matt: 63,8O,81,181 .M. MacLean, Sandy: 182 Magraudy, Robin: 118,182 Markle, Kathy: 182 Mason, Nancy: 123,182 Matchett, Tim: 76,182 McDonnell, Tim: 182 McElIiott, Loretta: 182 McGarry, Maureen: 118,182 McKee, Joy: 118,182 McKeown, Kent: 182 McMullin, Terry: 182 Melton, Ron: 182 Michels, Theresa: 182 Miera, Randy: 182 Miller, Donna: 182 Milleville, Jerese: 182,183 Misner, Patti: 118,182 Moore, Patty: 182 Morehead, Diane: 182 Morris, Theresa: 113,182 Mullins, Matt: 62,88,182 Munguia, Evelyn: 118,182 , -N- Nagel, Eric: 182 Newman, Joey: 182 Nichelson ,Zonia: 182 .0. Oakleaf, Evelyn: 182 0'Bannan, Larry: 182 0'Neill, Debbie: 182 0'NeiIl, Steve: 182 .p. Parsoneault, Mark: 182 Patterson, Ken: 182 Pendergraft, Kit: 118,182 Pennington, Holly: 182 Perkins, Cindy: 111,118,182 Perkins, Rick: 182 Peterson, Mike: 182 Peterson, Bill: 182 Ping, Sherry: 118.182 Potter, Mary: 182 Pulaski, Casimir: 182 Purvis, Karen: 182,185 .Q. Quisenberry, Mike: 64,182 : fi Inns.. if, Q :L i 1 av " 7 1 - N 1 ,Al-vs, -R- Bridal Bouquete Ramsey,Juanita:118.127.182,184 FLORIST Randall, Rodne : 18 Randall, Tim: 18,2 2 Cut Flowers Reed' Rick: 182 Potted Plants Rel1ff0,K8thy1182 Funeral Wreaths Retzlaff, Frederick: 86,182 Reynoso, Ernest: 80,105,182 Rick, Mike: 183 Riggins, Denise: 88,183 Roach, Maxine: 183 Roberts, Dianne: 183 Rockwell, Carrie: 183 .5- Sanchez, Mary: 185 Saran, Valerie: 183 Saylor, Janet: 183 Schaefeer, Virginia: 183 Schmutz, Gary: 183 Schraum, Robert: 183 Schultz, Scott: 183 Scott, Veron: 183 Shannon, Jamie: 118,183 Shilling, Gay: 64,183 Shirk, Becky: 183 Shriver, Sam: 183 Simpson, Karen: 111,183 Smith, Bob: 183 Smith, Bryan: 64,183 Smith, Darrell: Smith, Deborah: 183 214 408 Main Street EI Segundo, Calif. Margaret Wickman All Hours 322-2777 Owner 322-2886 3I1g OIDCFS ww f ag Ei.iNoR LEHMAN FTD, KM EL SEGUNDO, cAi.iF. 90245 F.T,D. o4.2oze EA 2-5961 11? V' O . .,, 1. V Smith, Kim: 183 Soto, To: 64,106,183 Sperb, Bob: 183 Stadtlander, Michael: Steichen, Todd: 51,183 Stephens, Greg: 183 Stevens, Joy: 118,183 Stewart, Matt: 184 Stocks, Chris: 184 Svogar, Brad: 62,120,184 .1'. Taylor, Denise: 184 Templeton, Amaliaz 184 Thamann,Jim: 64,184 Thomas,Cheryl: 184 Thomas, Daniel: 184 Thompson,Eugene: 184 Tidwell, Eric: 43,634.86 ,87 184 Tjaden, Vicky: 184 Trainor, Michael: 184 Turino, Barbara: 29,183,194 Tydon, Leni: 184 .V. VanDrie, Mary: 98,184 VanDoren,Jerry: 64,184 VanNatta,VaIorie: 184 Volk, Terry: 184 X xl .w. ' L UWM A . Wlawfnmnlicsthy: 36,118.181,184 , walker.:-alan: 184 ! ACWG nanace, ian: 184 X ward, Miich:76,77,184 ,' I QM X4 - . W 8 if Watkins, Doni: 184 ' 'VL f I , Watson, James: MY W j 4-I ' Watson, Janese: 184 , f weinsrein, Mark: 184 E WJ M weisenseei, Nita: 184 MA- mfg K! wenzel, Harry: 51,105,184 f f 1 I wemer, vicki: 185 r fdffl . 1 Westover,JuIie: 184 X Whitney, Tom: 184 mf f f Wiley, Kimberley: 118,127,184 LM Q 7441 . , Wilson, Sue: 184 Wilson, Tom: 184 8 win,cami,118,184 VVX Douglass Mortuary has served the community and school IxgIf:b:rge?8KAirk:184 if il Segundo for many years. lVlr. Douglass has served r ' nn' - n he School Board and Nlrs. Douglass has been most -Y- zihtfee in B PW, Business Professional Women. El Segundo Flower Shop and Lehmans Florist have provided flowers Ya5in,T0dd:184 for Homecoming and Proms. The Superior Drive ln has YaleS'D0Ugr184 prompted Eagles to drink more milk and juices than X ever before. All of these places are a vital link between -Z- , . teens and establlsh ment, and the generation gap zeiier, Vickie: 184 na Hows' Zobel, Julie: 184 , zopfi' chuck:184 Below: Marva Elmore lines up for another shot. Zubia-Simental, Elma: 185 l l NATURALLY SUPERICR J DRIVE IN DAIRY 450 Main Street EI Segundo l -E IV' " "'-.'1fIPIT' Yizkiilililil ij 'f I I Wm? sf ,MK xxqfw' N. I 'W . ... . . ........ ...1.....,, . :.......1, ...g...g...........g....g5a...1-..,,,.,,g...g.....,.- WW9'4II5If'f' 5I2 CENTER STREET EL SEGUNDO, CALIFORNIA M RY R MEEKER 322-2190 VILLAGE DRUG BERNIE KASTIGAR REG. PHCBT. V Pnopnusron 500 ENTER ST 3 EL SEGU . I Vmage 514 Center Coffee Shop Your Host Pearl 81 Joe Taylor N . I Mariposa Market 1160 East Mariposa 322 11828 Roland Blakeman Ray Lamphere , MR. cg MR. 8. MRS. om BuFFAi.ow ENOR uEY vi-HUP MI NIR- MR. 8, M 8, MRS iviRs. MRS. ARTHUR .ioNEs M194 - Ro RS.01-AF W ' - . W ENDELL ORK MR. a. MRS. ROBERT J, PEDERSEN IVIR.84 MRS. WILLIAM H. KESSENER MR.8t MRS. J.C. EVANS, ROGER, NEIL, RANDY if ' A L Jef Fpiaefifrfsf A . V . - .H ,1..,,.. fr f far f.f J,,t , 1,14 V J Z Advertising clues the Eagles to go where the "in crowd" goes and that may often be the MaripoSa's Village where a market, coffee shop. gift shop. drug store and other shops assist young people in their search for bargains. The students of E.S.H.S. patronize those businesses that offer them reliable services andproducts. They believe that reliability increases the popularity of a business. Many of these same businesses employ students and alumni. When a business place can be trusted to do all it promises. and supports the young people and their activities. its customers will remain happy and return to buy again. 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NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE - HOSIERY ary nne Shoppe 335-337 MAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. EASTGATE 2-1683 - Q'-".......'1"-. Ufis ciagolau lligzazbi A BOOK STORE SPECIALIZING IN TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS 331 RICHMOND STREET EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. 90245 322-3161 , H" A Bergen Brumufig Company SCI-IEFIEF-I COMPANY Scientific Supplies IVIAFIILYN FILSCIN i Advertising Ivianager' I 'K f ' ..y,,,w In-A . , ,245 I 5? 1' as 291 Coral Circle 2' f Phone: 772-3551 I p-.I .1 ' 4 ' .S 'Q' , ElSegur1do.CaIif.SOE45 ' , 1, 2' ,E hu AUIU MARK E Hifi coNoi1iOmr4',- --TONY" Jn B --cARM-- oHa ras. DEALERS SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 765 SEPULVEDA AT MAPLE EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. PHONE EA 2-9960 TowlNG B: ROAD SERVICE EA 2-3646 FREE PICK-uP Br DELIVERY SP 2-1833 . 5 M i'3"7 gf 3 i . 1 My 6.1 4 .. A ..59 't ts gh 7- vm PM 432. .E Left: Smiling as he works, Dean Perry completes a project in Design Arts and Crafts. Below: Efficiency is the word, and an- nual staffers Chris Collette qrightj and Joyce Hayos hustle to class. Like television, newspapers, and magazines, the Golden Eagle relies on advertisingto produce a large and complete annual for the student body and community. El Segundo's business and industrial leaders have recognized the young people of our community as a necessary part of the economic structure. Statistics show that teenagers tend to be the nation's top consumers. Whether it is a new dress or suit or a corsage for the prom, youth must face the final question of where to buy. Laterthey will face the question of where to live and what occupation to choose. All of these choices will effect the community. Hopefully they will considerthose businesses of El Segundo in their choices. The entire student body and especially the Golden Eagle Staff wish to thank you for supporting our school and the 1971 Golden Eagle!! Thank you!!! Y-1. 2 .. 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