El Segundo High School - Golden Eagle Yearbook (El Segundo, CA)
- Class of 1974
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GOLDEN EAGLE 1974
El Segundo High School
A 640 'M ain Street
El Segundo, California
Sandy Campbell, Editor
. ' Volume 37
We were bewildered freshmen, meet-
ing new people and making new
friends, doing new things and going
new places. We were building memo-
ries. Happy memories or sad ones,
these memories are a part of our yes-
It is the tomorrow we worried about
yesterday. All the yesterdays are gone,
only a few fleeting memories remain.
Today makes the possibility of tomor-
row a reality, and notjust a dream. We
are here now, this very moment, to
dream and build for the future.
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to come, we dream about a world free
from war, hate and prejudices. We en-
vision a sun setting in a smog free sky,
fish swimming in an unclouded stream,
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free world. The future is ours to seek,
to find and to shape!
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GET FACE LIFT
Geometry and algebra rooms were remodeled and floors
carpeted to add comfort and safety to the math classes.
To fulfill the l year math requirement for graduation, stu-
dents could choose from Fundamentals of Math, Math
Essentials or Beginning Algebra. College bound students
continued with Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry and
Math Analysis. Computer Math was introduced in some
classes as preparation for tomorrow.
Neil Burnette and other math students concentrate on their assignment.
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Above Left: Cathie Maclay finds Mr. Thorsen's math class amusing. Above Right: Frank Benke finally
finds the answer to his math problem.
Mr. Thorsen demonstrates to his geometry class how to read the protractor and check the angle.
Mr Steve Newell Mr. Bob Thorsen Mr. Dick Whittington
Fundamentals ofMath Geometry Algebra IB
Mr. Don Woodsmall
Tim .leck finds time in his mathematics class to flash peace sign to a watching camera. Algebra I 19 ll
Left: Mr, Thorsen takes time out to help students while Bob Meredith helps himself. Above: Julie Middle-
ton and other algebra students work hard, but Mike Young finishes with a smile.
Miss Virginia Petty
Mr. Marty Ableser Mr. Terry Crystal Mr. Larry Cummings
Behavioral Science World Humanities U.S. History
Above: Kim Wiley gets help from Mrs. Shipley on a civics
assignment. Above Center: Jim Bergman and Sherri Kidd
find American Studies a little distressing.
ADDS, S BTRACTS
Social Studies cropped requirements of Political Science one
semester and added a new elective of Contemporary Issues.
Freshman Studies, World History and American History re-
mained as the basic history classes at ESHS. World' Humani-
ties and American Studies classes containing English and Histo-
ry, continued to be offered for advanced Sophomores and Jun-
iors. Behavorial Science and Psychology were popular electives
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Mr Clyde Dougherty Mr. John Stevenson Mr. Jack Wilson ,Q
Freshman Studies World Geography U.S. History K- ,, f
Above: Clyde Stevens concentrates on history. Left: Tim Mrs. Karen Shipley
Cargill and Mike Quinsenberry finds civics stunning. Political Behavior
Above: Carolyn Mack listens up in Mr. Stevenson's class while Shelly Gill concentrates on
other things. Left: Mr. Cummings points out something to his American Studies class.
GLI H GOE
The English Department added variety to the English
classes available to ESHS students. Classes added in-
cluded Creative Writing, Short Story, Senior English
Review, Career English, Dramatic Literature and Po-
etry. Besides new classes the English Department
switched from a one year system to a one semester sys-
tem. In turn this allowed students a chance to improve
grammar and writing skills in the same year.
Mrs. Kathryn Peterson
Composition, Sr. English Review
Mrs. Eleanor O'Hair
Mr. Fred Sorkin Ms. Victoria Dodd Mrs. Lloys Erickson Mr. Wallace Duffy
Reading Career English, Short Story English Literature, English I Drama, Speech
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Linda Martin studies her spelling words in Mr. Sorkin's reading lab. Paul Arnot concentrates on doing his English assignment.
Busy writing a short story in Creative Writing, Colleen Schoenmeier finds
scratching her shoulder helps her concentration.
Ian Wallace takes roll in Mrs. De Smidt's 3rd period English class.
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Gregg Lappen looks for a vocabulary definition in his English class. Juanita Ramsey looks for help while Laurette Bowie works in Career English
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Mr. Richard Peterson Mrs. Moonyeen De Smidt Mrs. Pamela Holliday Mr. William Watkins
Literature, Poetry Creative Writing, American Novel Journalism, CommunicationsfMedia American Studies, English I
Mrs. Neva Hitchcock Mr. Frank Real ""'
Spanish Spanish B
HAVE WGRK TO DO. if
"Introduction to Spanish" emphasized the spoken language
of the Spanish speaking countries while the regular Spanish
classes studied the speaking, writing, and reading as well as ,. 1
the customs and culture of the lands. Spanish and French
classes joined for a trip to the Music Center to see the play
"Cyrano de Bergerac" and to view the television taping of
the game "Split Second". Senor Real and Senorita Hitch-
cock worked hard to make Spanish classes interesting and
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Sue Nusbaum and Wendy Popiel study Spanish in Mr. Real's
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Bernie DeFontes is awed with her Spanish class while others are blaze about it.
Carl Johnson dreams of visiting Paris to practice his French.
"Oni, Parcel" exclaims Barbara Tur- F-
she studies her French. Below: Kerin
and Sherry Ping concentrate on
E JOY FRANCE
French students toured the Chateaux Country in
the Loire Valley via the pages of their new French
books and through the efforts of their French
teacher, Madam Wolf. They learned not only the
background and historical importance of the
country, but also the language. They conjugated
verbs and practiced accents and wrote sentences
in French. They joined Spanish classes for the
performance of "Cyrano de Bergerac" and the
television filming of "Split Second". Although
they worked hard, French students enjoyed the
knowledge they reaped from their classes.
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Debbie Montz visualizes Paris fashions. "I really dig these French lessons," Patty Konecny shouts to class
Mrs. Beth Wolf
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Plagued with small numbers and limited time, the Gold-
en Eagle staff worked for the best Annual possible.
Faced with deadlines every three weeks, 12 students
strove to get layouts completed and copy written. Under
the guidance of Editor Sandy Campbell and advisor
Mrs. Kathryn Peterson, the staff covered everything
from football games to milk fights, all for that day when
the 1974 Golden Eagle would be presented to the school.
Scott Schultz and Cindy Leslie think ofan amusing caption.
Editor-in-Chief ................ Sandy Campbell
People ........ ....... M aureen Dobruck
Sports ...... ............. S cott Schultz
Academics ..... . . .Cindy Leslie, Karen Purvis A
Organizations . . . .... Scott Branam, Pam Briese l
Student Life .................. Laurie Legendre '
Photographers ...... Don Coleman, Clyde Elliott, Mrs. Kathryn Peterson
Walter Shaffer, Nancy Stephens Golden Eagle Karen Purvis concentrates on a layout I
Faculty Advisor .......... Mrs. Kathryn Peterson Annual'
Top Row: Pam Briese, Scott Schultz, Clyde Elliott, Karen Purvis, Cindy Leslie, Scott
Branam, Bottom Row: Maureen Dobruck, Sandy Campbell, Don Coleman, Walter
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Walter Shaffer focuses for a picture.
Back Row: Roseanne Freese, Cheryl Casler, Tim McDonnell, Dawn Dick, Paul Hansen, Steve
Braddock, Ken Gould, Lauren Riggs, Grace Hammack, Joel Walker, Art Stenberg, Beverly Brown,
Front Row: Drake Letcher, Cara Mikulchik, Laura Kovary.
Mrs. Pamela Holliday
Cara Mikulchik and Joel Walker are news conscious. Bay Eagle
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Mrs. Holliday, Beverly Brown, and Grace Hammack discuss the next issue
Under the supervision of Mrs. Pamela
Holliday, Editor-in-Chief Beverly
Brown, and Managing Editor Betsy Ef-
flandt, students produced a bi-monthly
school newspaper. Covering such items
as Watergate, Censorship and Eagle
sports, Bay Eagle kept us well informed
in all areas of news and interest. By
reading, watching and listening, Bay
Eagle students kept pace with world
events. At the semester Beverly and
Betsy switched positions allowing both
the experience of being an editor.
Eric Curry pastes-up a final layout.
Editor-in-Chief ...................... Beverly Brown
Managing Editor .................... Betsy Efflandt
Business Manager .................. Drake Letcher
Exchange Editor ........................ Ken Gould
News Editor .......................... Dawn Dick
Asst. New Editor .................... Cheryl Casler
Editorial Editor .................. Grace Hammack
Asst. Editorial Editor ................ Laura Kovary
Feature Editor .................... Cara Mikulchik
Asst. Feature Editor .................. JoAnne I-lobe
Sports Editor ........................ Paul Hansen
Asst. Sports Editor ................ Tim McDonnell
Cartoonist .......................... Lauren Riggs
Reporters ............................ Joel Walker,
Art Stenberg, Eric Curry, Roseanne Freese
Faculty Advisor .............. Mrs. Pamela Holliday
Above: Lynne Moore and Sue Holland practice their typing skills in the library. Right: Brenda
Newman gets some extra help on her secretarial skills from Mrs. Anne Lenker.
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Business Education classes added a re-
alistic touch to their curriculum by
starting a Simulated Office class this
year. This class enables students to get
a first hand look and on the job ex-
perience of secretarial careers. Other
Business classes equipped students with
typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, ac-
counting, and various office skills.
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Accounting keeps Bill Deal busy.
Mr. George Hall Mr. llbe
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Above: Debbie O'Neill finds her typing assignment confusing. Below:
Connie Moore tries to erase a mistake in Typing.
Mr. George Hall starts off a new day with a smile.
Terry Goodman reads the directions to his assignment carefully.
Miss Janet Bailey Mrs. Anne Lenker
Shorthand, Accounting Typing, Business Practice
Leslye Lawson and Cheryl Bailey wait patiently for their assignment.
Above: Jeff Kistler works out a problem on a calculator. Left: Julie Werner tries
for accuracy on her typing drills.
Students of ESI-IS are required to complete one year of sci-
ence to meet graduation requirements. To meet this need most
underclassmen enrolled in one of the Earth Science, Life Sci-
ence or Biology I classes. These classes were mainly labora-
tory-oriented courses that introduced students to the general
knowledge of astronomy, oceanography, geology, human
anatomy, and physiology. Advanced science courses recom-
mended for College Bound Students included Biology II, Bi-
ology Lab Assistants, Chemistry and Physics. These classes
were generally an extension of the other classes. All sci-
ence courses gave students a clear and valid picture of the
steps and information by which scientists proceed.
Sue Fuentes shows "happiness" is Science.
Stan Poey weights the elements of science.
Mr. Jim Kerker Mr. Tom Felix
Earth Science Life Science
Mr. Willard Harden Mr. Dave Kessler
Mary VanDrie finds herself a bit startled when she opens the closet
finds a skeleton smiling at her.
RT MAKE IT
Imagination and effort were the only talents needed for
the fine arts classes at ESHS. Among the electives were
Design Crafts, Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Fashion
Design, and Jewelry. These classes offered the students the
knowledge and experience needed in pursuing a hobby or a
.. f'-'-1 vocation in art.
net Saylor enjoys outside sketching. Mr. Dan Jeldum
Mr. Phil Wood Mrs. Dodi Daoud
Ceramics Design Crafts
Mr. Jeldum gives Lauren Riggs a few pointers.
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Under the direction of Ms. Diane Simons,
the girls in Beginning Girls' Chorus were in-
troduced to the basics of singing and per-
forming. The chorus presented selections for
the annual Christmas Concert, festivals, as-
semblies and other school and community
funcglons' Katie Wade was elected presldem Juanita Matchett sings, "I'm here" as roll is called.
of this ESHS choral group.
Beginning Girls' Chorus, Front Row: L.Miller, .l.Ramsey, H.Douglass, K. Willingham, P.Clayton, R.Stanley, P.Chanler, J.Matchett. Back Row: tl
Wade, C.Euler, T.King, J.Price, D.Herbold, J.Fowler. Middle Row: J. Rhee, D.Beckett, .l.Brown, P.Crestwell, C.Wardrop, D.Ernest, J..lohnso
Middleton, J.Page, C.Quisenberry, D.Romine, V.Moriarty, K.Gober, P. K.Armijo, M.Jamele.
Girls in Advanced Chorus take a break before their big rehearsal.
RECEI E PRAISE
Music teacher, Ms. Diane Simons, praised the talent and per-
formances of Advanced Girls' Chorus. These young singers
harmonized to entertain audiences in concerts, assemblies
and other musical functions at school. Shawn Burches was
elected president for this year.
lst Row: D.Carter, Z.Powell, G.Adams, S.Kerr, J.Southern, T.Patterson, J.Froelich, K.Sundquist, S.Richmond, G.McNulty. S.Obershelp, M.Ber-
S.Neally, G.Wade. 2nd Row: S.Rowson, R.VanNatta, J.D0br0volny, D. nard, V.Grounds, B.Stegman, D.Durrell,
Tidwell, P.Lake, D.Smith, J.Thomas, L.Jensen, N.Moriarty. 3rd Row:
Girls' Ensemble, A'Capella, and Boys' Chorus,
under the direction of Ms. Diane Simons, per-
formed well throughout the year. A Choir
Council, consisting of one representative from
each of the live choral classes, was formed to
help Plan the Christmas Concert and other T.McAllister, D.Puffer, K.Beaty, J.Ebaugh, L.Cameron, N.Nelson. Row 3: L.Middleton,
performances as well as activities to raise mon- Leslie, K.Burrows, K.Reardon, B.Newman.
ey for the Choir Scholarship Fund.
Girls' Ensemble, Row 1: P.Jones, L.Newman, S.Kidd, S.Horst, L.Mackin, J.Chandler. Row
A'Capella, Row l: J.Stevens, V.VanNatta, K.Wiley, F.Lemon, N.Ma-
son. Row 2: C.Perkins, C.Bennet, J.Ramsay, T.Aikins, B.Turino, C.
Wm' Row 3: L'Kreth' S'Pmg' Clsm' D'E1-nest' Knlckens' M'DuVal' Choir Council: K.Wade, Ms. Simons, D.Ernest, B.Sperb, S.Burches, S.Horst.
Madrigals, Row l: V.VanNatta, C.Isitt, R.Fowler, K.Wiley. Row 2: L.Kreth, Girls in A'Capella plan for the Christmas Concert.
D.Ernest, S.Braddock, R.Pawlowski, B.Sperb, S.Ping, K.Lutz.
if These groups combined to form the concert choir and
performed at the Christmas Concert which featured
songs from "Jesus Christ Superstar". They also sang
for assemblies, community functions and festivals. An-
other new addition to the choir department was the
Madrigals, which consisted of the best singers from all
groups, making it the most advanced of all choral
groups. These active groups contain highly skilled mu-
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Ralph Chick and Mark Worthen harmonize to reach that perfect note.
Ms. Diane Simons
Row: C.Loer, R.Smith, S.Bartelt, R.Fowler, K.Dick, C.Lowe. 2nd Row: J.Stegman, S.O'Neill, B.Cleveng-
S.Braddock, M.Worthen. 3rd Row: R.Chick, B.Sperb, T.Lamay, D.Connor, M.Trainor, T.Mack.
Special Education teachers, working on a one to one
basis with students, made learning more enjoyable for
those students with special needs. With small classes
they were able to try many experiments and projects
that would be impossible with large classes. Among
these were raising rats and growing plants. Some stu-
dents were able to give photography a try as part of
their Science class. English and History were also
brought into the program with the help of media and
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"When studying, two heads are better than one," says Mark Liaringer and Dave Gouch.
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Mr. Dick Carter Mr. Robert Connors
Special Ed Drivers Ed
Jesse Caravello works carefully on his assignment.
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puts some finishing touches on his project.
Mr. Doug Henderson Mr. Charles Saikley
Special Ed, Photography SPCCIHI Ed Terry Tailor proves that studying and relaxing can be done together.
The look of tomorrow was seen in the Applied Arts
classes of today which gave students the skills and in-
sights needed for possible careers. Classes included
Auto Shop, Homemaking, Drafting, Wood Shop and
Metal Shop Lab assistant, Gerry Demuth, helps maintain condition of Wood Shop tools.
Mr. Allen Carson
Mrs, Nanette Fisher
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Drafting and Wood Shop
Above: Scott Christensen puts equipment away after working hard in Auto
Shop, Upper Right: Junior, Mark Berenger, prepares for a possible career in
Mr. J.D. Smith Mr. Clifford Wong
Wood Shop Metal Shop
Bernie DeFontes proves to be one ofthe Future Homemakers of A-
Striving for progress, the Applied Arts teachers intro-
duced new ideas and methods in all areas, from a new
saw in Wood Shop to an electronic oven in Homemak-
Above "Was it one tablespoon or two?" says Modell McEntyre. Left:Bob Johnson
helps Bryan Smith rebuild his Corvair engine.
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Rudi Linke works hard on a project in Drafting.
P.E. CO TINUES
CO-ED C ,ASSE
Co-ed Elective Physical Education was offered again this
year much to the enjoyment of most students. Every six
weeks students changed classes and teachers which enabled
them to choose a favorite or new sport. Boys and girls par- ,,5r.j,, 11445569
ticipated in such classes as fencing, gymnastics, soccer, and
modern dance as well as the familiar softball, tennis, volley-
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Top: Miss Bernlohr watches as P.E. students play volleyball. Above: "We'1l see who is the boss a
round here." says Coach Hale. Below: "Here I come!" yells Randy Lebowe before the big tackle.
Mrs. Sandy Behrmann
Miss Barbara Bernlohr
John Robison gives tenms a whack
Mr. John Hale
Mrs. Fritzie Holmes
Mr. Bob Morris
SCIENCE C 'ef
With the goal of giving students a better understanding
of the role of policemen, Police Science was not a
vocational class. It was for anyone interested in the law
and how it applies to everyday life. There were lectures
and readings presented by the coordinators of the class,
Sgt. Charles Porter and Officer Ray Lewis.
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B A s A
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tional jazz styles, Stage Band entertained many groups
in the school and community. They performed for the
Christmas Concert, Art Festival and for clubs and
li -4 community affairs. A highlight was giving concerts
at other schools. Stage Band members represent some
of the most talented musicians in the school.
Jeff Bell demonstrates that playing the drums requires a little preparation.
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T.McDonnell, T.McNaughton, T,Bell. Row 3: K.Johnson, M.Cason, B.
R.Chick, P.Guy, G.Crichton, J.Bell, J.Stiers.
LIBR RY OFFERS
Remember the days when libraries were huge rooms
filled with books? Those days are gone, at least at ESHS
which has one of the most modern libraries in the area.
Almost any media equipment from filmstrip projectors
to phonographs can be found in the library to help with
assignments or just for personal enjoyment. Librarian,
Mrs. Doris Rosenberg, is always ready and willing to
help students with any problems or difficulties they
have concerning the library.
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Joe Stiers pauses from his studies for a moment of deep thought.
Mrs. Doris Rosenberg
Golden Eagle Photographer catches Cathy Bell taking a minutes rest
While Joe Newman works, John Corallo hams it up in front ofthe camera.
S A DES
Many students of ESHS elect to become
aides for various departments. The most
popular are the Media, Library and Stage
Crew Aides. Media Aides worked with
audio-visual equipment under the super-
vision of Mr. Dick Robinson. Library
Aides assisted Mrs. Doris Rosenberg in
classifying and checking out books and
supplies. Stage Crew Aides helped Mr.
Menninger with all performances, movies
and assemblies. All classes provided op-
portunities for students to develop skills
while receiving credit.
Andy Bogossian works skillfully at the ditto machine.
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Today's ESHS youth has a choice of three work
involvement programs: SCROC, which is a voca-
tional training center in Torrance for the South Bay
schoolsg Work Experience, where students receive
class credit and pay for workingg and Work Ex-
ploratory, where students receive on-the-job train-
ing at local businesses. This last program under
the direction of J.D. Smith, has been very successful
for its first year.
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ove: Patty Koneckny shows that happiness is a child's love. Below: Cheryl Thomas and Ann Work Shane Feller finds the knowledge of dittos and ditto
it patiently for the SCROC bus to leave. machines helpful in his work.
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Under the direction of Mr. Richard Tash and led by drum
major Paul Arnot, the 1973-74 ESI-IS Marching Band
marched its way to fun and fame, and "kept on trucking
For the first time in many years, the band performed at
the L.A. County Fair in Pomona on September 25. On
October 13, the band played in the Inglewood Soccer pa-
rade. They also marched for the traditional ESHS Home-
coming parade, the Christmas parade, and the Baseball
During the football season, the band presented half-time
shows. Perhaps the most outstanding of these perform-
ances was the Cerritos show where each member did his
own thing and boogied to a strong beat.
The Eagle Band marches into the pre-game show.
Band instructor Mr Tash gives the sign instruments up for the Star Spangle
Above: Band gets ready to rock-out to "Up-tight". Below: The
Eagle Band sponsor, Mr. Richard Tash.
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Intosh Asst Drum major Mike Cason Banner carrier Cindy McLees
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The 1973-'74 Band members: Dave Arnot, Paul Arnot, Prudence Ashley,
Susan Avak, Chuck Baldwin, Chris Barton, Tom Bell, Dave Blackford,
Stacey Bonn, Dana Boschetto, John Botting, Steve Braddock, Mike
Cason, Dan Clark, Betty Collings, Cathy Collings, Jeanie Collings, Ste-
phen Cotton, Dick Martin, Bob Ellington, Bill Ellis, Paul Guy, Chuck
Hall, Paul Hansen, Katie Hester, Diana Hickert, Duke Hingley, Gerry
Holman, Jack Holman, Sandy Hull, Kirk Johnson, Deborah Keller, Ei-
leen Kennedy, Kathy Knight, John Lacognata, William Luttrell, Lucy
Maclntosh, Jamey Mack, Linda Martin, Tim Matchett, Tim McDonnel,
Cindy McLees, Tod McNaughton, Kim Miller, Mark Mitchell, Cheryl
Monson, Susan Morgan, Bob Motta, Ray Mullins, Mike Murray, John
Noel, Bill Nusbaum, Lisa Osnower, Rick Pawlowski, Chris Penning-
ton, Stan Poey, Chris Powell, Melenie Prosk, Jill Randall, Rod Randall,
Steve Randall, Tim Randall, Kim Reardon.
FOR DRILL TEAM
Performing for the first time at the L.A. County Fair in Po-
mona on September 25 and for the Inglewood parade on Octo-
ber l3, dressed in their new gold skirts and sweaters, the 1973-
74 ESHS Drill Team proved they had spirit and new activities.
In addition to these parades they also performed in the Home-
coming parade, El Segundo Christmas parade, and Baseball pa-
Working with the marching band, Drill Team presented half-
time programs at all home football games and traveled to a-
way games as the official pep group. They also performed dur-
ing half-time at home basketball games.
Leading the Drill Team this year were Colonel Janet Saylor and
Assistant Colonel Pam Briese, along with the rank leaders and
sponsor, Ms. Vickie Dodd.
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Ms. Vickie Dodd.
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Bottom:J.SayIor, P.Brieseg Middle:L.Briese, D.Kassiris, J.Southern,
T.Romano, J.Glickman, E.Webster, L.Riggs, C.Miller, B.Combs, E.
Efflandt, J.Westover, S.Nusbaum, L.Mackin, E.Cook, D.Carter, S.
Anderson, S.Gaston, C.Moore, D.Kongable, M.Clarkg Top: C.Johnson,
C.Perkins, C.Striefinger, J.Thomas, K.Padjen, G.McNulty, L.MiddIe-
ton, M.VanDrie, J.Hayos, M.Leslie, S.Fuentes, M,Geraghty, L.GIynn,
S.Dodgen, B.Bryan, V.Grounds, K.Burrowes.
The '73-'74 Rank Leaders were, L.Briese, E.Webster, .l.Westover, S.An-
derson, C.Johnson, K.Padjen, M.Leslie, and B.Bryan.
After the Cerritos Victory, Drill Team participated in the Alma Mater.
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bers, practice getting it all together.
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Drill Team colonels Pam Briese and Janet Saylor really pull together for a
great Drill Team,
During the Homecoming parade, E.Webster and J.Westover stretch to
get those arms up.
Above: M.Clark and S.Anderson performing for Drill Team. Left: Drill
Team performs to song, "Up, Up and Away"
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Hare- Pat Raudag Top: Sou Weyent, Lisa Diaz and Lorie Miller.
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'73-'74 Pep Club takes time out of their busy schedule to show they got the
As the Eagles' team fought to win games, the Pep
Club fought to put on spirit through rallies, danc-
es, and team dinners and favors. Some of the
cheerleaders attended summer workshop at Loyo-
la where they learned new routines and skits.
Pep Club showed spirit all year in all sports. They
met every day during fourth period with their
sponsor, Mr. Bob Morris, to plan and organize
74 Var. Cheerleaders were, Bottom: Vicki Jellison, Nita Ramsey, Laurette Bowie:
Shelly DeFontes: Top: Jerese M illeville.
rallies and routines and other spirit raising ac-
a Mater after the Cerritos Victory
Sherri Kidd, Rose Hare, and Laurette Bowie happily sing the
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Liz Newman: Top: Debi Diaz.
w that happiness is being a Dori Ernest awaits the big '73-'74 Var. Flag Girls were, Bottom: Janette Ebaugh: Middle: Debbie Pitney:
game against Cerritos. Top: Connie Vickery, Sandy Ramsay, and Donna Chabrajez.
KEY CLUB I
Key Club, under the sponsorship of local Kiwanis, strove to fulfill
the international theme of "Dedication", To this end they joined
with Epsilon Sigma in building a float for the Homecoming Pa-
They also helped the school by acting as ushers at the plays, help-
ing student government at football and basketball games, and be-
ing sold as slaves for a day to Kiwanis Club members.
The club met every Thursday noon with faculty adviser, Mr. Bill
Watkins, to plan projects and organize activities. President Tim
McDonnell led the club to ayear of success.
Sponsor, Mr. Bill Watkins gives his ideas to Key Club members
Row l: Bill Ellis, Key Club Queen Debi Puffer, Max Salazar, Frank Car- Row 3: Don Coleman, Bob Motta Tod McNaughton Row 4 Joe Stl
done, Richard Duval, Argel Almaguer, Key Club Queen Susan Horst. ers, Sam Shriver, and Chuck Z0pfl
Row 2: Chris Powell, Bill Grovesnor, Brad Clevenger, Tim McDonnell.
The Key Club banner stands proud and tall, a symbol ofthe
Queen Susie Horst captures Ralph Chick's attention during a meeting. Clubis goals-
Key Club officers: Sgt. at Arms, Sam Shriverg Treasurer, Brad Clevengerg President, Tim McDonnelIg Secretary, Bob Mottag Vice President, Tod Mc-
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EP ILO IGMA
ERVICES AND FU
A summer slumber party and the crazy initiation of selling candy
kisses at LAX topped the list of fun activities for Epsilon Sigma. As a
girls' honorary service club, these 26 girls sold tickets at all home
football and basketball games, ushered at plays and concerts and
served as guides for Back-to-School Night.
Fun and service were combined in building a float with Key Club for
Homecoming. Wearing their blue and white checked jackets, these
girls met every Thursday noon with sponsor, Virginia Petty, to dis-
cuss ways to better serve school and community.
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Laurette Bowie conducts business at Thursday meetings.
Anne Van de Perre AFS student helps at Back to School Night
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Cindy Perkins, Treasurer, bemoans the fate of club's finances. Sandy Campbell was an active force in Epsilon Sigma
psilon Sigma members: Row l: Kathy Wagnon, Sandy Campbell, Row 3: Bev Brown, Cara Bell, Diane Morehead, June Francois, Holly
aureen Dobruck, Janice Glickman, Cheryl Bushrow, Sandy Hull. Row Pennington, Tracey Aikins. Row 4: Laurette Bowie, Debbie Landreth,
1: Vicki Jellison, Juanita Ramsay, Jerese Milleville, Rosemary Hare, Madeline Cripe, Liz Glynn, Sherry Ping.
Bernie DeFontes, Cindy Perkins.
California Scholastic Federation was not too active this
year. Perhaps its 65 members were too busy studying to
meet the high scholastic requirements of this honorary
club, and most of the members were involved in other
clubs and activities.
The group did help plan the regional conference and did
tutor other students in math and English. On October
27th, the group attended the UCLA-California football
game as part ofUCLA Day.
Serving as president this year was Dorinda Ernest. As-
sisting her were Vice-president Tod McNaughton and
Secretary Stan Poey. Mr. Woodsmall was sponsor.
CSF President, Dori Ernest, conducts an important meeting.
Mr. Don Woodsmall, CSF sponsor.
CSF HAS Q IET YEAR
Row l: June Francois, Janice Glickman, Sandy Campbell, Sandy Hull,
Diane Roberts, Cherie Miller. Row 2: Kathy Cason, Theresa Romano, Tod
McNaughton, Paul Hansen, Bill Grosvenor, Bill Ellis, Mike Cason, Stan
First semester CSF members Not Pictured: Seniors: Chris Barton, Steve,
Braddock, Beverly Brown, Cheryl Bushrow, Brad Clevenger, Madeline
Cripe, Maureen Cummings, Rhonda Dornblaser, Dori Ernest, Vicki Jel-
lison, Jerese Milleville, Diane Morehead, Kathy Pierson, Barbara Turino,
Kathy Wagnon. Juniors: Beth Combs. Esther Cook, Pat Dornblaser, Joan-
ne Hobe, Kim Krieger, Andrew Pak, Jane Schmidt,John Stroh,Karen Sund-
qulst. Sophomores: Bob Buckingham, Frank Cardone, Roseanne Freese,
Lucy Macintosh, Lisa Osnower, Phil Ruta. Freshmen: Tim Bushrow, Betty
Collings, Dru Ernest, Curtis Loer, Mark Mitchell, Guillermo Nusbaum,
Tracey Patterson, Tim Waag.
Poey. Row 3: Sue Neally, Kim Reardon, Liz Glynn, Prudence Ashley,
Cathy Collings, Suzi Glickman, Sharon Murphy, Jamie Southern, Kerin
Tyrrell, Kathy Thomas, Diana Stoops, Lauren Riggs.
AN ACTI E
SPANI H CLUB
With such activities as the Annual Clothing Drive, the Lan-
guage Clubs' Awards banquet and a progressive dinner, Span-
ish Club has been constantly busy this year. In order to en-
courage an interest in the Spanish language and to increase
members' knowledge of the Hispanic culture, Spanish Club
attended a performance of the ballet Folklorico Mexicana at
Huntington Hartford Theatre on November 20. In addition,
the annual Carnival party and Christmas party helped to
round out the cultural aspect of Spanish Club. The Christ-
mas party on December l3, complete with a pinata, the gift
exchange, and the traditional celebration of Las Posadas, was
enjoyed by both Spanish and French Club members.
Some of the other activities included attending a performance
of "Cyrano de Bergerac", working in the basketball food
booth and taking a trip to Guymas. For the first time,Span-
ish Club elected co-presidents,Jane Schmidt and Susan Horst.
Other officers were, Michelle DeFontes, Vice-president, Ber-
nie DeFontes, Secretary, and Tod McNaughton, Treasurer.
The sponsors of this active club were Miss Neva Hitchcock,
and Mr. Frank Real.
Mr. Frank Real, above, and Miss Neva
Hitchcock, below, co-sponsored this year's
Officers. Front Row: Bernie DeFontes, Susan Horst. Back Row: l
DeFontes, Tod McNaughton, Jane Schmidt.
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Jorge Gigena smiles at comment from Spanish Club sponsor.
Front Row: J.Swancara, B.Harvey, J..ludd, K.Krieger, B.Ellis, F.Cardone, B.DeFontes, S.Horst, T
Romano. Second Row: R.Freeze, N.Avila, R.Stout, B.Vidmar, M.DeFontes, J.Francois, R.Ruis, V
Tweedie, S.Nusbaum, W.Popiel, K.Jaime. Third Row: P.Ashley, T.Taylor, M.Cason, S.Ramsay, .I
Gigena, J.Schmidt, A.Almaguer, L.Glynn. Back Row: K.Thomas, T.McNaughton, M.Prosk, B.Waag
French Club had fun while learning about the customs
and life styles of the French people. They took field
trips, attended two plays at the Ahmanson Theatre
C"Cyrano de Bergerac" and "Joan of Arc"J and dined
at a French restaurant. They also helped and partici-
pated in the foreign language Christmas party and the
awards banquet in spring. To raise money they sold
See's suckers. Approximately forty students from all
Club Oficers, Bottom Row: M.Clarke, M.VanDrie, K.Tyrell. the Frenqh classes were members of French Club' Bari
w Casin, B.Turino, icofailo. and sponsor Mrs. Beth Wolf. bara Turmo served as presldent and Mrs. Beth Wolf.
the French teacher, was the sponsor.
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questions during meeting.
ench Club Members, Front Row: M.Geraghty, K.Reardon, S,Kemp, G.Holman, .l.McGregor, P.Konecny, R.
val, D.Heitkamp, J.LeMieux, S.Avak, K.Denny, J.Southern. Second Row: K.Padjen. B.Combs, J.Glickman.
Sundquist, J.Hobe, C.Collings, K.Magee, D.Holquin, K.Bradford, T.Aikens. Third Row: B.Grosvenor, L.Glynn,
urphy, K.Larson, L.Kastler, D.Montz, S.Glickman, S.Murphy, L.Osnower. Back Row: A.Van de Perre, M.Van-
nrie, C.lsitt, M.Clarke, B.Turino, J.Corallo, K.Ty1-fell, Mrs, W011.
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BELGIUM AND BRAZIL CGME T
American Field Service sponsored two
students on ESHS campus for 1973-
74 school year. Ann Van de Perre from
Belgium and Eliana Teixeira from Bra-
zil stayed with families in El Segundo
while attending school.
Striving to establish better under-
standing and friendship among na-
tions through education, AFS worked
hard to raise money to help finance
the exchange. A pancake breakfast on
November 10 and Dollars for Scholars
drive were organized by AFS Presi-
dent Cheryl Bushrow and sponsor,
Mrs. Karen Shipley, as well as the
AFS officers: lst Rowg Hist. June Francois, Sec. Kathie Thomas, Pres. Cheryl Bushrow Pub
Laffoon. Znd Row: V. Pres. Sandy Hull, Act. Liz Glynn, Anne Van de Perre and Eliana Teixeira
AFS members: Front Rowg Tammy Brookens, Sandy Hull, Cheryl Bush- anne l-lobe, Anne Van de Perre, Back Row: Jamey Mack Prudence
row, Joyce Laffoon, Sue Kemp, Bernie DeFontes, Carol Witt. Second Ashley, Bill Waag, Maureen Dobruck, Sandy Campbell June Francois
Row: Kathie Thomas, Liz Glynn, Randy Ruis, Michelle DeFontes, Jo- Lori Kastler, Kirsten Larson, Eliana Teixeira.
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than with her lunch.
. Machisic, principal. introduces Eliana Teixeira and Ann Van de
Lrre Bla rally.
sponsor Mrs. Karen Shipley seems more concerned about the meet-
AFS President Cheryl Bushrow poses in the patio.
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and Dr. Machisic. Left: AFS President Cheryl Bushrow and Braid Clcven-
ger study the Buy Eagle and eat their lunch during nn AFS meeting.
,EAGL F HAS
Beginning the year with a successful after-game
dance on September 28, Girls' League continued
with more activities such as Freshman Orienta-
tion, Homecoming Spirit Chain, Christmas Can
Drive, and Valentine Telegrams.
They also continue to recognize outstanding sen-
iors in the Girl of the Month showcase. Through-
out the year Girls' League promoted activities
which developed understanding and friendship
among all girls of ESHS.
Vicki Jellison served as president. Mrs. Moon-
yeen DeSmidt served as club advisor.
Girls' League Sponsor, Mrs. Moonyeen DeSmidt, reminds girls of Hal-
loween Party for Child Development Center.
Above: Diane Morehead sometimes finds Girls' League a serious matter. Be-
low: Susan Horst and Bernie Delontes are in deep concentration at the meet-
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Juanita Ramsey finds time to snack and take notes at the Girls'
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Liz Glynn watches the president while Carolyn Clarke concentrates
on an apple during the meeting.
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nphere, Cathy Cason, Row 2: Bernie DeFontes, Michelle DeFontes, Pitney, Beth Combs, Jamie Southern, Joanne Hobe, Sandy Hull, Debbie
m Burrowes, Susan Horst, sponsor Miss Bailey, Jerese Milleville, Landreth,Madeline Cripe, Cara Bell.
rie Ernest, Nita Ramsay, Diane Morehead, Vicki Jellison, sponsor
Vicki Jellison, devotes her attention to Girls' Leagues meetings. Diane Morehead and Jerese Milleville eat lunch while Sandy Camp-
bell discusses Can Food Drive with Maureen Dobruck,
FHA WORK TOWARD FUTURE
The El Segundo chapter of Future Homemakers of
America, a national homemaking club, endeavored to
fulfill the motto, "Toward New Horizons". After the
potluck dinner on October ll, officers were installed.
Other activities included the Christmas Sale with Art
Guild, a Simplicity Fashion Show Assembly with Girls'
League, an after-game dance in January, field trips to
Ports of Call and Joshua Tree Manufacturing, and a
As a service to improve community living, FHA sang
Christmas carols for senior citizens and raised money
for Muscular Dystrophy by participating in 'The Smile
The year culminated at the awards banquet in June
where the 25 members, and sponsors Mrs. Nan Fisher
and Mrs. Anne Lenker, looked towards new horizons
for the future.
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President Rhonda Dornblaser conducts an important FHA meeting
while Teresa Sant busily takes the minutes.
Rhonda Dornblaser and Julie Westover at the FHA installation of officers.
FHA officers: Pam Layne, Pub.g Julie Westover, Vice Pres.g Rhonda Dorn-
blaser, Pres.g Mrs. Fisher, Advisor: Wendy Popiel, Tres.g Teresa Sant, Sec.
FHA members direct their attention to sponsor Mrs. Fisher during a meeting.
at this work of art' exclaims Theresa Morris to
Diane Kongable, Linda Briese and Tim Randall find time to eat lunch and listen to speakers.
Diane Kongable, Lori Kastler, and Linda Briese
projects for Christmas Sale.
uren Riggs dreams of art for tomor-
Art Teacher Mr. Dan Jeldum
reflects on Art Guild goals.
Art Guild sponsors provided help and art
rooms after school on Tuesdays so students
could work in a laboratory-studio environ-
ment. The art projects were sold at the Christ-
mas Sale sponsored by Art Guild and FHA
and at the Festival of Arts in May.
The group took many field trips to art galleries
and to exhibits in several colleges to study and
observe art of all kinds.
'N' Front Row: B.Beckman, L.Riggs, B.Ellis, L.Briese, L.Kastler. Middle Row: J.Gonzales, L.Bush, R.Paw-
lowski, L.Kovary, S.Avak. Back Row: M.Cason, M.Crawford, T.Morris, Mrs. Daoud, Mr. Jeldum, T.
Sant, K.Kongable, A.Stenberg.
Front Row: A.Almaguer, C.McLay, B.Saylor, J.Vermuler,
10511, L.Young, K.Bryan. Back Row: C.Osborn, S.Fuentes,
HIKI G CL
Hiking Club got off the ground this year and be-
came an active group. Meeting every other Tues-
day during lunch in Mr. Kessler's room, they
watched movies that stimulated an interest in and
appreciation of the great outdoors. Led by presi-
dent Sue Fuentes and sponsor Dave Kessler, plans
were made for a January snow-outing and a May
hike. They also planned a November bicycle ride
but it was canceled due to rain. Bryan.
Right: Sue Fuentes ponders an important
decision concerning Hiking Club. Above:
l Sue Nusbaum gives her salad special atten-
Sponsor Mr. Dave Kessler enjoys a humorous moment tion.
during a Hiking Club meeting.
M.Dick, D.Young, C.Castler, D.Kessler.
Officers: Sec. S.Murphy, Pres. S.Fuentes, Adv. D.Kessler, V.
Pederson, Laura Mittie, Nancy Arntz.
Beth Pederson leaps to good form in modern dance.
Cook, Yae Sook Rhee, Suzie Andrews demonstrate different maneuvers in Modern
Row: Lisa Cameron, Steve Braddock, Cindy Webb. Second Row: Suzie Andrews,
Monson, Sue Motta, Yae Sook Rhee, Eliana Teixeira. Third Row: Lucy MacIn-
Esther Cook, Lisa Bush, Ann Van de Perre. Back Row: Kim Krieger, Vikki Grounds,
Orchesis met Mondays after school in the
cafeteria with Mrs. Fritzi Holmes to prac-
tice dancing. They took their art seriously
and devoted many hours to creating move-
ments and perfecting steps for performan-
They presented a dance concert for the pub-
lic in February. They also performed in The
Spring Musical, the Festival of Arts, and in
the Leuzinger High Dance Festival.
Karen Monson, Sue Motta, Lucy Maclntosh and Kim
Krieger show what can be done with a few arms.
Steve Braddock and Lisa Cameron display the artistic creations of mod-
It took 3 years for El Segundo to quali-
fy for C.I.F. competition, but this year,
under the leadership of Coach Damon
Bame, they tied for first place with
Lawndale and Luezinger and advanced
on the toss of a coin. Behind the pass-
ing of All-League quarterback Tom
Soto and the running of Tim Cargill,
the Eagles' offense rolled up 43 points
in a home opener victory over winless
Harvard. Bryan Smith excelled in both
offense and defense as he was voted
All-League in both categories. Other
standouts on this yearis squad included
wide receiver Alan Walker, Ben Beaird
and Jeff Hancock on offense, and Eric
Tidwell and Richard Smith on defense.
The Eagles' toughest game of the year
came on the first round of the play-
offs against Neff High School. Though
losing 14-13, El Segundo showed signs
of brilliance as Ben Beaird kicked two
field goals and TimCargill scored from
9 yards out only to have their lead di-
minished in the closing minutes.
Coach Hale concentrates on the game.
Varsity Defenseg Front Row: M.Mullins, S.Brown, M.Briney, D.Riggins, K.Craig. Back Row: E.
Tidwell, .I.Buckingham, M.Sutherland, B.Beaird, R.Smith, .I.Gigena, J.Purvis.
Varsity Offenseg Front Row: M.Mullins, T.Moncrief, R.Smith, S.Bartelt, B.Smith, K.Keenum, A.
Walker. Back Row: E.Tidwell, J.Hancock, T.Soto, T.Cargill.
Quarterback Tom Soto scrambles as he finds an opening in
the defensive line.
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Smith demonstrates the blocking that made him All- John Stroh looksto the sidelines for instructions on thenext play.
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El Segundo Opponent
3 Culver City 7 .
28 St. Monica 0
6 Mayfair 27
20 Cerritos 6
43 Harvard 0
13 Leuzinger 7 6 '
8 Lawndale 35
13 Lennox 7
6 Miraleste 0 1 A C ' ' A
13 Neff 14 bf 6 Q-
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Top Row: J.Hale, S.Newell, D.Bame, D.Stevenson, E.Tidwell, M.Sutherland,
A.Walker, B.Disosway, J.Stroh, .I.Hancock,T.Cargill, M.Johnson, T.Soto, P.
Kranski. Middle Row: M.Mullins, J.Buckingham, R.Smith, J.Gigena, J.Purvis,
K.Keenum, B.Deal, T.Rowson, .l.Thamann, .l.Stegman. Bottom Row: E.Nagel,
S.Brown, B.Beaird, M.Briney, D,Riggins, K.Craig, S.Bartelt, B.Smith, T.Mon-
crief, A.Carbon, J.Corallo, J.Groff.
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Left: Eagles wait anxiously for play to resume.
Tim Cargill makes a sharp turn with the ball
With a record of 3-9 to live with for the rest
of the year, the Sophomore football team has
already forgotten the past and are looking to-
wards next year as members of the Varsity
Team. Since many of them were upped to Var-
sity for the play-off game against Neff High
School, they show great players in Ron Jelli-
son, Tim Domann, Steve Randall, and Dirk
Barrow, who twice took player of the game
honors. Other members of the squad who
played above average include Bob Cannon, Len-
nie Briese, and Dana Warmbrodt. Next year
is the year for the Sophomores to prove them-
selves as good football players and help El Se-
gundo to win a berth in the play-offs.
POTE TI L
El Segundo Opponent
6 Leuzinger 22
13 Lawndale 19
3 Lennox 0
6 Miraleste 15
Won 1 Lost 3
Front Row: N.Nelson, M.Vinson, G.McClary, B.Marron, .I.Martin, L Briese
Snow, G.Crawford, R.I-lartman, T.Skriver. Middle Row: K.Melton, S Robley
Zeiler, B.Jeck, T.Domann, R.Jellison, T.Laster, M.Riggins, D.Drummond
row, J.Efflandt, T.Watson. Back Row: T.Felix, S.Randall, M.Chichester
M.Murray, D.Warmbrodt, S.Branam, P.Platt, N.Fontechio, E.McDown J
Tim Domann tries to break loose from a Culver City defender
Above: Bob Cannon attempts a punt from the Eagle 36 yard line.
Below: Ron Jellison makes a diving tackle to save touchdown.
RE H AVEI PRESSIV
terback Chris Doukakis scrambles to avoid being tackled.
Number 54, Ricky Chavez, shows no mercy against opponent.
op Row: J.Stevenson, C.Gregory, M.Bianco, A.McAdams, B.Gangaware, B.Fisher, .I.Dornblazer, J.Stewart,
Efflandt, T.Walsh, W.Montz, L.Wilton, R.Chavez, B.Neusbaum, B.Luttrell, F.Sorkin. Middle Row: R.
C.Efl'landt, S.Perkins, L.Chavez, H.Lambart,J.Voigt, C.Loer, J.Healy, R.Tucker, M.Mitchell, T.
G.Linke, J.Lindsey, G.Martin. Bottom Row: D..lohnson, T.West, D.DeFontes, B.Cumpson, C.
P.Markle, C.Doukakis, M.Gigena, C.Dyhre, M.Borders, K.Legendrc, A.Stallings, P.Boschinski.
Punter Alvin McAdams just gets his kick off
past blocking defender.
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Though starting off slow at the
beginning of the year, El Se-
gundo's Frosh football team fin-
ished the season with an impres-
sive 4-1 record in League, second
only to Lawndale who went unde-
feated through 5 games. With
Coaches John Stevenson and
Fred Sorkin, the Eagles went on
to line performances against Len-
nox, Luezinger, and Miraleste,
mainly on the steady perfor-
mances of Chris Doukakis, Joe
Dornblazer, and Parry Markle.
With a year's experience behind
them, these young men will im-
prove rapidly as the years come
Larry Chavez and Chuck Dyhre make
stop for Eagles.
El Segundo Opponent
20 Harvard 0
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Though suffering 12 defeats to only 2
victories, the Eagles' Varsity Water
Polo team fought back from eight
straight defeats to score impressive vic-
tories over Chadwick and Morningside
with scores of 21-1 and 21-6. All-
League player, Eric Atkeson was the
team's leader along with junior Mike son.
Jessogne. The Eagles only freshman
Varsityg Back: L.Salaz, E.Atkinson, P.Dornblazer, C.Bonn, P.Guy, F.Kielnecker, R.Randall R
Peterson, M.Jessogne. Front: D.Spivey, M.Salazar, D..Iellison, K.Wolfsburger, C.Mohr T Atkln
this year was David Spivey. With only
four seniors on this year's team, Water
Polo works for a better season next
Jill Schuldt, ESHS' lirst girl water polo player.
Varsity Water Polo
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El Segundo Opponent
Long Beach Poly
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Long Beach Wilson
Replacing Coach Saari was Coach Jim Brewer
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Eric Atkeson makes losing attempt to stop the ball. F. Kielnecker looks for the shot that will put his team onthe scoreboard.
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Eagle wrestler tries to break his opponent's grip.
WRE TLER HOLD THEIR GW
With little experience on this year's squad,
the junior varsity wrestlers gained much
respect and should be a big factor in next
year's drive for a wrestling championship.
With hard workers like Mark Swire, Danny
Dye, Parry Markle, and Marcelo Gigena, a
year's experience is just what they need for
Mark Swire grapples with his opponent.
Parry Markle and his opponent wait for the referee to give
the signal to start.
Even with Eric Tidwell and Ken Craig out for most of the year,
the Eagles Varsity Basketball team proved to be one of the
toughest teams in El Segundo through recent years. Sam
Shriver and Matt Stewart were among the leading scorers and
were consistent throughout the year, but it was Mike Shanks
and Dennis Riggins who proved to be most effective in the clutch
during the final minutes of the game. Coaches Joe Hern and
Bill Rayl disciplined their team to fight the whole game and
it seemed to pay off. With El Segundo down by 13 points in the
final quarter against Harvard, the Eagles played like pros as
they dominated the final 8 minutes and left Harvard High
School with a 68-55 victory. But if Coach Hern has any doubts
about next year's team, he shouldn't worry any more. With Mike
Shanks returning along with juniors Joe Purvis, Daryl Roach,
and Ken Craig, they should supply enough scoring and rebound-
ing to provide a league title for El Segundo next year.
Above: Controlling the ball and keeping his eyes on the basket
was Matt Stewart's secret for a successful season. Right: Joe
Purvis tries for another basket to spark the Eagles to victory.
Jim Berggren concentrates on his free throw technique
Varsity Basketball players: Matt Stewart Chris Barton .hm Berggren Sam
Shrlver Dennis Rlgglns Mike Shanks Chuck Zopfl Darrell Roach Ken
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Junior Varsity basketball started 3 underclassmen th
year, so t0day's team will be the team of tomorrow
beat. The big factors of this year's team were Ron Je
lison, the team's top rebounder, and Frank Cardon
the team's leading scorer. This year's JV Basketball tea
showed great promise for the future.
JV players: Frank Cardone, Loni Tydon, Ron Jellison
Chris Wardrop, Paul Hanson, Ralph Chick, Chris Duka-
kois, Jami McCann.
OPH' HAVE S - CCFS. FL I4 YE I
E1 Segundo Opponent
46 Crespi 64
45 Marina 66
58 Milican 56
58 El Rancho 28
69 Poly 61
44 North 63
41 Miraleste 38
48 Mira Costa 52
53 Santa Monica 44
38 Miraleste 47
49 North 60
58 Bishop Montgomery 41
48 Neff 45
88 Harvard 56
93 Lawndale 50
50 Lennox 39
61 Leuzinger 41
Won 1 1 Lost 6
With a few members of last year's frosh squad brought 1
to the Junior Varsity this year, the Sophomore basketbz
team had to play twice as hard as last year to come up with
respectable record for 1974. Bob Buckingham and Ril
Snow were the offensive punch while Scott Branam muscll
his way through defenders for the defensive rebounds. I
cluded in this year's lineup were backcourt men Tom Zeil
and Bob McCarthy. They were the two players who broug
the ball downcourt and set up the plays. Coaching the tea
this year was Don Woodsmall.
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The attempted jump by Bob Buckingham fails at the Leuzinger game.
Front Row: Tom Zeiler, Greg Rich, Doug McCann, Bob McCarthy, Raul
Magueflor. Back Row: Coach Woodsmall, Rick Snow, Steve Randall,
Scott Branam, Mike Chichester, Bob Buckingham, Mike Riggins.
FRE H N
Danny Russell attempts a basket for the Eagles. I-'ost 7 Won 7
El Segundo OPPOHCUI
47 ' ' 65
66 ' 42
31 ' 39
39 Morningside 57
42 ' 60
Freshman basketball had a hard
time getting it all together at
the beginning of the season. As
time went on, however, the eager
Frosh players improved and
started rolling. Danny Russell
showed great leadership in both
scoring and rebounding. Other
outstanding players were Jeff
Rich and Dean DeFontes. John
Stewart started at the beginning
of the year but injuries prevented
him from doing his best. Bruce
Matthews also helped the team
to a season of 7 wins and 7 losses.
Coach Charles Saikley predicts
a greater tomorrow.
Front Row: Dean DeFontes, Cecil Gregory, Ray Tucker, Jeff Rich. Back
Row: Coach Saikley, John Stewart, Darrell Efflandt, Randy Hull, Bruce
Matthews, Danny Russell, Clete Shilling.
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Above: Marcelo Gigena attempts to lloor his opponent. Righti Kathy
Wagnon hits a powerful serve.
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T ESHS SPGRT
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Sports, a way of life at ESHS, begins with the Little
League baseball, Pop Warner Football and the Bobby-
Sox Girls' Softball teams when the students are very
young. Because the city of El Segundo encourages and
endorses so many recreational facilities, the young peo-
ple are more likely to become active in several sports
during their high school careers. Sports can change the
insecure, uncertain young people into outgoing, healthy
achievers. Adults and youth alike support the athletic
programs at El Segundo High School.
The 1973-74 Golden Eagle captures the Eagle sports of
yesterday, today and tomorrow in action.
Above: Eagle players attempt to tacklea rushing opponent. Below:
Peter Campbell demonstrates his powerful wrestling skill.
Cross Country Runners weregwaiting in September to go
off at the sound of the gun. ESHS's fastest runners re-
ported to Coach Terry Crystal in fine shape. Jerry Martin
broke the school record for the two mile run September 14
at the Longbeach State Invitational. The team did not
have enough runners to run Junior Varsity.
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Heilkamll, P.Ruw, S-C0l'm2inY- J.Keller holds slight edge
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lflow: R,Ollivares, B..lones. G.Coles, R.Linke.
73 EAGLE REGAIN C.I.F. CRO
With only two starters returning, the 1973 Eagles
surprised the world and won the CIF AAA crown.
On the way to the pinnacle of high school athletic
success they carved out a 30-5 record and won
their 4th straight pioneer League championship.
They also won the El Segundo tournement when
they won a double header over 4A powers Arcadia
Top Eagle performers were catcher, Jeff Hancockg
Pitchers, Phil Briese and Neil Burnetteg Infielders,
Jeff Franklin, Mike O'Dell, Tom Soto and Matt
Mullinsg and Outfielders, Eric Tidwell, Mark Pad-
jen and Dave Long. Lisle Randall, Mark Devilbiss,
Rick Smith, Chuck Zopfi, Mike Glidewell and
Tim Domann rounded out the championship
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Dodger Stadium congratulates El Segundo.
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Phil Briese has pride in being awarded First Team All CIF Pitcher. G I 1 EJ,
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Padjen right there to assist him.
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ach Stevenson and Coach Cummings embrace after the final Jeff Hancock swings to hit a single.
Matt Mullins makes a great effort to get to home plate.
Neil Burnette does thejob on his knuckle ball.
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Mark Padjen tells Mike Glidewell how it hap-
GOE TG CIF
El Segundo GIA girls were once again invited to the second
annual CIF SS Girls' Volleyball Championship Tournament.
It began with 34 teams, 10 more than last years tournament.
There were 22 league champions, 9 second place teams, and
3 free lance teams.
El Segundo won their first match with a come back victory
over a Valley Christian team by shaking off the tournament
jitters. In the second match, even with Captain Debbie Land-
reth's blocking and spiking, Bishop Montgomery over pow-
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Grace Hammack keeps her eyes on the ban While preparing to dig K.Reardon, D.Ernest, K.Cason, B.Ainsworth, M.Prosk, Assistant Coach Mo
ore. Front Row, C.Thomas, J.Arnold, S.Neally, S.Bonn, K.M1lner, C.Bell.
as Joyce Laffoon runs to assist,
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C.Collings, D.Landreth, B.Newman. Front Row: K.Magee, ,l.Laffoon, K. Holman, L.Lamay, D.Pitney. Front Row: B.Collings, D.Montz, D.Oien,
Pierson, G.l-lammack, K.Wagnon. R.Helsom.
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,S Girls' Athletic Association QGAAJ
burst forward in September with its
annual water balloon contest. October
was a month of volleyball matches to
prepare for the volleyball play-day at
GAA is a 6th period gym class for any
girl who shows a keen interest in sports.
4 Competition with other schools is avail-
- able through play-days. The best of
GAA move into GIA for inter-scho-
GIA and GAA girls get together on the steps ofthe girls' gym.
Above: Karen Milner, Kathy Cason, Juli Judd and Shelly Gill prepare to receive a
serve. Below: Sandy Hull watches over hard won trophies.
Above: Kathy Wagnon concentrates on the volleyball while Q
K Lori Lamay looks to baseline, Below: Kathy Bryan enjoys see-
ing a teammate hit a bad shot during practice.
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Executive Council were the leaders of Student
Government. They conducted the daily meetings
every 5th period where requisitions were dis-
cussed, passed or rejected, and decisions were
made regarding financial aid, club and athletic
projects, and overall school business. They tried
to instill in the group a mutual desire to work
together for the benefit of ES HS students.
The 1973-74 ASB President was Steve Bartelt
The Executive Council, often called the ASB officers, were Secretary,
Cindy Perkins Vice-President, Debbie Landrethg President, Steve Bar-
telt Treasurer Kathy Markleg and Secretary, Carolyn Mack.
CGMMISSIO ER PLAN
Commissioners are appointed by the
-if :af Q ASB President with approval of Sena-
tors, and are responsible for planning,
organizing, and carrying out school ac-
tivities and public relations. Ken Karutz,
Commissioner of Concessions, supplied
the food booths with hot dogs, pop corn,
and cokes for all home games. Brad
Clevenger, Commissioner of Adminis-
trative Relations, prepared a packet for
each faculty sponsor that explained the
procedures for planning field trips, proj-
ects, banquets and filling out requisi-
tions and requests. These commissioners
were the backbone of activities that made
school enjoyable as well as educational.
Shelly DeFontes' mind wanders as she thinks about school's goals.
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The ASB Commissioners: Administrative Relations, Brad Clevengerg Sports, Tom Rowsoni Concessions, .Ken Karutzg Not 'Pictured: Speaker
Publicity, Shelly DeFontesg Imerschool-Relations, Madeline Cripe: ofthe House, Kun Wlleyz Commissioner of Assembhes, Joanne Hobe-
STUDE T ERNM N
Increased sales of ASB cards and a well
worked out budget for ASB funds were top
priorities for Student Government. Presi-
dent Steve Bartelt talked to the faculty be-
fore school opened on importance of com-
munications with Student Government,
faculty and students.
Projects worked on were the improving of
school grounds, informative and entertain-
ing assemblies, a working House of Repre-
sentatives, and raising funds for ASB. They
also debated on the patio sculpture and were
able to get the artist, Allen Green, to agree
to refinish it.
Throughout the year the 32 students and
faculty advisor, Mr. Richard Peterson,
strove to organize and find a better way to
serve school and students.
Above: Junior Class officersg Tricia Thomas, Robert Matthews Joanne Hobe Tod Mc
Naughton, Randy Ruis, Teresa McAlister. Right: Kim Wiley Speaker of the House
Class Officers: Susie Cummings, Renee Helsom, Moira Geraghty, Teresa Kas-
The Student Government sponsor, Mr. Richard Peter-
Bruce Matthews looks on during meeting.
Above: Freshmen Class Officers: Lisa Leslie, Diane Combs, Bruce Matthews, Julie Mid-
dleton, Tim Bushrow, Carolyn Mack, Left: Sophomore Governor Moira Gerughty speaks
to the Student Government.
Joe Lytle cooks up some pancakes in Foods.
Bob Tobiason looks over his homework.
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Huey Armantrout, John Linn, Bob Smith, and
Ken Gould enjoy the Bay Eagle.
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Rick Chabrajez, in a mellow mood, plays his guitar
in Mr. Tash's Guitar class.
BRONG!! And up bounces Ken Bell
Todd Steichen looks at his paper and
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"""H""" Bill Cuthbertson adds his name to the Senior Signa-
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Three Stooges: "Larry" Doug Henderson, "Cur-
ly Jo" Jack Wilson, and "Moe" Marty Ablescr.
Numerous fall assemblies brightened the days
following the opening of school. The assemblies
varied from ping-pong to fashion shows to cho-
rus concerts. January and February brought en-
tertaining as well as informative events to El
Segundo. Assemblies on "The Atomic Energy"
and the "Cal Poly Road Show", helped students
to become more aware of everyday events. John
Goddard made his annual appearance in both
January and May, showing a two part movie
about his travels through the Congo.
Above: Elvis the Pelvis?'? Bobby Rich tells students how Elvis Presley started
in the world of music. Below: Modern Dance students prepare for an up-coming
ASB President Steve Bartelt introduces the
players at the Ping-Pong assembly.
Matt Stewart models a sporty shirt in the Fashion Show As
Bonnie Gill modeling an evening pany suit during
Fashion Show Assembly.
Pep Club and Drill Team pre-
sented rallies to give victory spirit to
the Eagles. The rallies were held at
the football field and the boys' gym
before .each game. Pep Club did
everything from wearing football
uniforms to bikinis to urge the Eagle
teams to victory.
"First you throw them back!" growls Mr. Kingston.
Rosemary Hare and Sherri Kidd start the first rally
with a speech for spirit.
"Then you give a dirty look so they shake in
their shoes, and then you STOMP THEM!"
roars Mr. Kingston.
Larry May watches the rally with great
Or is it the cheerleaders he watches?
"Yeah, Mr. Kingston!" applauds the Pep
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toughest ofticers on the force, Debi Puffer, Jeanette Ebaugh, Liz Newman and
Hobe, escort the notorious outlaws, Bull's-eye Bame, Dangerous Newell, and
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gets the team spirit to rise.
Tim Cargill gives everyone a pep talk before ESHS's first
game of the year. Left: Juanita Ramsey gives the pho-
tographer a pose in her daring outfit!
THE E FOR
"Friends" was the theme for '73 Corona-
tion. Held in the Century Room ofthe Qual-
ity Inn on October 13, the Ball was spon-
sored by the Junior Class. Over 300 students
danced to the music of the "Molecules"
and saw Vicki Jellison and Eric Tidwell
crowned Homecoming King and Queen. ers
Bart Gangaware and Candy
Sophomore Princess Lisa Osnower accepts flow- Freshman Royalty.
Sophomore Princess and Prince, Lisa Osnower and Bob Helsomg Sen- Junior Prince and Princess, Eric Atkenson and Joanne Hobeg Fresh
ior Princess and Prince, Susan Horst and Matt Stewart: man Prince and Princess, Bart Gangaware and Candy Quisenberry.
Tricia Thomas gives Queen Vicki .Iellison assist-
,t's me!" shouts Homecoming King, Eric Tidwell. ance with the 1'0Yal F055-
Highlighting the evening was the
crowning of the I973-74 Homecom-
ing Queen and King, Vicki Jellison
and Eric Tidwell, and the announc-
ing of the royal court. Junior class
president, Rob Matthews, wel-
comed the guests and announced
the winners who were presented
with flowers from the Junior Class.
The Coronation announcers, Rob Matthews and Tricia Thomas. King Eric Tidwell gives Queen Vicki .Iellison the traditional kiss.
HLIFE I A
El Segundo High Schoolls 1973-74
Homecoming theme was "Life is a Carni-
val". The annual Homecoming Parade
on October 19, led by ESHS Band and
Pep Club along with the Junior High
Band, added to the festive spirit of the
day. Grand Marshall for this year's pa-
rade was V. J. "Red" Steffler, chosen by
Student Government for his many con-
tributions over the past years to the news-
paper staff and youth of El Segundo.
Other activities included an egg toss, a
tug of war, the Coronation, and the ral-
ly. Co-chairmen for Homecoming were
Kim Wiley and Debbie Landreth of Stu-
The Eagle Express rides again in the parade filled
with happy clowns.
Above: Rick Powlowski, the smiling clown of
the Junior Float. Above Right: The first
place Junior Class Float, Right: The Key
Club and Epsilon Sigma float.
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Homecoming Royalty at rally, Left: Candy Quisenberry and Bart Gangaware, Joanne Hobe and
Eric Atkenson, Vicki Jellison and Eric Tidwell, Matt Stewart and Susan Horst, and Bob Hel-
som and Lisa Osnower.
AT E HS
Another year broughtnew faces and new exchenientto
ESIIS. hdany dungs happen day to day that are never
seen by sonie and soon forgotten by others but dns year
the annual cameras caught a few of the studentsjust being
"Needs more sugar", says Joe Stegman as he samples his own cooking.
Another exciting day in the life of Karl Johnson and Sam Long at ESHS.
Above: "Look alive!" shouts Doug Mclntyre on his
way to P.E. class which is an active part of life on
campus. Below: "I want those pages now!" says an-
nual editor, Sandy Campbell.
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my Reitberger inspects his locker. Below: "Keep it mov-
ing!" yells Ken Karutz during the Homecoming Pa-
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replies Pam Briese. Below: "l love my annual!" states Scott. "Wierd!" thinks Pam.
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Senior girls emerged victorious after
the annual Girls' Powder Puff Football
game in December. The Seniors scored
3 touchdowns and a two-point conver-
sion to win the game 20-6. The only
score for the Juniors came when co-
captain Cathy Collings intercepted a
pass and ran it to the end zone for the
first touchdown of the game, making
the score 6-0 at the half.
Senior girls returned to the field and
quickly proved Senior Power by scor-
ing 2 touchdowns, reversing the score
l4-6. With two seconds remaining,
Debbie Landreth passed to Grace
Hammack in the end zone for another
6 points, making the final score, 20-6,
Grace Hammack and Pam Jensen were
named defensive players of the game
and Debbie Landreth received offensive
Teresa MacAllister intently watches the 1973
Powder Puff game.
Seven members of the Senior team: D.Kassiris, M.Duval, K.Markle, D.Landreth, S.Hul1, C.
Members of the Junior teamg Front Row: B.Newman, .I,Hobe, J.Ebaugh, K.Padjen, G.McNaulty
Row 2: J.McGregor, C.Miller, K.Magee, T.MacAllister, K.McClay, B.Saylor. Row 3: M.Driscoll
M.Clarke, D.Kongable, L.Middleton, C.Collings, .l.Thomas.
Abby Brewster tValorie VanNatta! takes a peek at her good deed for the
Jonathan Uerald Cole! decides to tie up his problem, Mortimer QRick
I ,ANYO E?
Arsenic, Oldlace, and Elderberry wine with just a dash of
strychnine and a pinch of cyanide was the recipe of Abby
and Martha Brewster in the Senior Class Play, "Arsenic
and Old Lace". Directed by Mr. Wallace Duffy, the cast
presented this all-time favorite play on Thursday and Fri-
day, November 29th and 30th, in the auditorium. The cast
consisted of ESHS students who auditioned for the parts.
The two old ladies, Abby and Martha, portrayed by Val-
orie VanNatta and Vicky Humphreys, were assisted by
Mortimer fRick Pawlowskij, Jonathan Uerald Colel, and
Teddy Brewster fBob Sperbl. The cast and crew enjoyed
a cast party at Tom Harrington's after the play Friday to
celebrate the success of their efforts.
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Reverend Dr. Harper
Teddy Brewster . . .
Officer Braphy ....
Officer Klein .....
Elaine Harper .....
Mr. Gibbs ........
Jonathan Brewster . .
Dr. Einstein ......
Officer O'Hara ....
Lieutenant Rooney. .
Mr. Witherspoon .
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and Elaine Harper QKaren Dickens! come home to find Jonathan.
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'72-'73 Songleader, Epsilon Sigma,
Orchesis, Dance Concert '72-'73,
'73-'74, Transferod from Montezuma
Cortez High School.
ARGEL ALMAGUER CHUCK ALTMAN SHERIE ANDERSON
House of Reps., G.I,A., Junior
Achievement, SCROC, Beg. BL Adv.
ASB President, Junior Governor, C,
Var. Football, JV, Var. Wrestling,
C, B, JV Track, '73 Archbearer.
French Club, Drill Team-Rank
Leader, Trackettes, SCROC.
C, B Track, J.V, Cross Country,
Rotary Award, '72-'73 Asst. Drum
Major, '73-'74 Drum Major, Stage
French Club, CSF, C, B, JV 8L Var,
Basketball, Boy's State Delegate,
'73 Archbearer, Var, Band,
JV Baseball, Transfered from
Santa Monica High.
Prom Committee Chairman, Senior
Senator, Frosh 8: Soph Girls League
Rep., German Club. GAA, Rotary
ARA BELL JEFF BELL
irls' League Rep, 8: Historian, Drill Golden Eagle '72, Bay Eagle, Stage
eam, '73 Archbearer, Frosh Sena- Band, Var, Band, C, B, JV Track,
or, Soph, Governor, Epsilon "Fiddler onthe Root",
Girls' League-Rep. 81 Sec, French
Club - President, Epsilon Sigma -
President, .IV 8: Var. Cheerleader,
Soph. Princess, Rotary Award.
CSF, Madrigals, AFS, Stage Band,
Bay Eagle, Transfered from Glacier
Beg. Girls' Chorus, Girls' En-
semble, A'Capella Choir, Concert
Choir, Preforming Arts Work-
shop, "Hello Dolly".
Art Guild - President, Rotary
Award, Art Guild Award, Drill
Team A Rank Leader, '73 Archhear-
er, House ot'Reps.
Media Aide, JV. C, Var, Water Polo,
JV. Var. Wrestling, C Swimming.
Senior Lt, Governor, Weight Lifters
Club, House of Reps., '73 Archhear-
er, C, B, Var, Football, C, B. Var.
Steve Bartelt, Rosemary Hare and Vicki Jellison enjoy lunch at a Senior class meeting.
Band Council, French Club, JV
Tennis, Var. Band. Stage Band.
CSF, Bay Eagle - Editor, Epsilon
Sigma, Junior Achievement, '73
French Club, Drill Team - Rank
Var. Baseball, All League Second
Team, All South Bay Second Team,
All C.l.F, Third Team, Transfered
from Westchester High.
Biology Club, B, Var. Football, B,
Var. Track, Transfered from Cardo-
AFS - President, CSF A Secretary,
Epsilon Sigma, '73 Archbearer,
Prom Committee Chairman,
C, Var. Football, Basketball,
Frosh, JV, Var. Baseball, Sophomore
Prince, '73 Archbearer.
German Club, Hiking Club, AFS,
PETER CAMPBELL SANDY CAMPBELL
Var. Cross Country, VHF- Wfesflingi '74 Golden Eagle-Editor, Epsilon
C Tl'3Ck- ROIQYY Award, Youth Sigma, CSF, AFS, Girls' League,
Appreciation. '73 Usherette, Language Award.
Art Guild, Ceramics, Frosh, Soph,
Football, JV, Var. Football, Frosh
Baseball, Surfing Team.
Joy Stevens, Tony Mack and Scott Christensen demonstrate three ways to study.
RICHARD CHABRAJEZ RICK CHRISTIE
Screaming Eagles, '73 Archbearer, BBasketballManager,
JV, Var. Track, JV Cross Country,
Var. Cross Country - Co-Captain,
'73 Archbearer, C Football, JV Base-
ball - Captain, Var. Baseball, Rotary
Awards, Junior Prince,
Beg. Girls' Chorus.
:rcnch Club, Var. Band, GAA, GIA.
French Club - Vice President.
Weight - Lifters Club, Screaming
Eagles, B 8L Var. Football.
Junior Senator, Drill Team - Rank
Leader, Trackettes, Junior Princess,
'72 Prom Page, '73 Archbearer.
Drill Team - Rank Leader, French
Club, Biology Club, Junior Achieve-
Drill Team, House of Reps. '73 Arch-
bearer. GAA, GIA, Frosh Princess.
CSF, Key Club - Treasurer, House
of Reps., Var, Swimming, JV Water-
polo, '73 Archbearer.
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B Football, B, JV Basketball, Var.
Art Guild. Biology Club, Rotary
DON COLEMAN GLENN COLES
Key Club, '74 Golden Eagle, Track, Screaming Eagles. '73 Archbearer,
Waterpolo, Wrestling. Var. Cross Country. Var. Track.
DANA COPELAND STACI COREY
STEPHEN CREWS MADELINE CRIPE
'73 Archbearer, Bliootball. BTrack, Girls' League Sr. Rep., Comm. of
Var. Track, "Hello DolIy", uligad lnterschool Relations, House of
whataCad". Reps.. Epsilon Sigma - Secretary.
Rotary Awards, '73 Archbearer.
CSF, AFS, Drill Team, Spanish
Club, House of Reps,, '73 Archbear-
er, Spanish Award.
BERNIE DE FONTES
Spanish Club, Frosh Football, Soph '73 Archbearer, Drill Team, Span-
ish Club - Secretary, Prom Commit-
tee Chairman, Senior Class Secre-
tary, Epsilon Sigma.
Latin Club, Biology Club, Bay Eagle-
News Editor, GIA Basketball.
Spanish Club - Secretary, Drill
Team, Art Guild, Del Amo Youth
Core, A'Capella Choir, "Arsenic and
House of Reps., J,C.L., Var, Track -
Captain, Soph Football, Var. Track -
MVP, B Track - MVP.
C, B Football.
Hiking Club, Bay Eagle - Photog-
rapher, '73 Archbearer, JV, Var.
Weight Lifters Club, Police Ex-
plorers, Var. Wrestling, Screaming
Eagles, Rotary Award.
'74 Golden Eagle, Drill Team, Ep-
silo Sigma, CSF, Rotar Awards,
CSF, AFS, Art Guild, Spanish
'73-'74 Songleader, Rotary
Junior Achievement, French
Drill Team, Var. Ball Shagger
Archbearer, SC ROC.
HONDA DORNBLASER GREG DROZD DAVE DUNBABlN JOHN DURKOS MICHELE DUVAL
HA President Hlklng Club CSI- SurfTeam C8cBFootball CTrack Media Aide. Chorus. GAA. AFS P0WdCr Puff
awder Puff Football 73 Archbear Rotary Award Football. Girls Track, Voice Schol-
Var Band arship, "Tom Sawyer".
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Seniors spent their last year at El Segundo High
School in service and in school activities. They head-
ed Key Club, Epsilon Sigma, Drill Team, Band, Pep
Club and many other organizations. They were the
force in almost all sports, music, and student govern-
ment. At Senior Class meetings Wednesday noons
they planned and prepared for the traditional Senior
ditch day, the Senior Class play, "Arsenic and Old
Lace,', and Grad night.
While walking to class, Kim Smith has a feeling that she is being
DON EATON BETSY EFFLANDT CLYDE ELLIOTT DORINDA ERNEST SHANE FELLER
71 Affhbsafef C SL HTf-wk Bay Eagle Editor Houseof Reps 74 Golden Eagle Jnnror Achieve- Ars - vloo President, csr - Prosl- --Fiddler onthe Roorx Mooin Aide.
ment B Var Track C Soph Var. dent, Girls League Historian, Var.
Football 73 Archbearer Stage and Songleader '7l-'74, "Hello Dolly",
Media Alde Music Scholarship.
BRIAN FERGUSON TERRY FLYNN CINDI FOLKERSON LESLIE FRANCIS
Chess Club, Hiking Club, JV Wres- French Club, Var, Band, '73 Arch- Art Guild, Tracketles, Powder Puff '73 Archbearer.
tling, Soph Football. bearer, "Hello Dolly", "Fiddler on Football, Rotary Award,
JUNE FRANCOIS PAT GALLAGHER
AFS, CSF, Epsilon Sigma, '73
Archbearer, Prom Committee, Var.
Band, Spanish I Award.
ELIZABETH GLYNN PAT GLYNN
AFS, CSF, Epsilon Sigma, French Soph Football, JV Track, JV Cross
Club, Drill Team, Rotary Award, Country, Rotary Award.
DIANE GLICK JANICE GLICKMAN
French Club, Drill Team, CSF, Ep-
silon Sigma, Rotary Award, French
A A as
Art Guild, Powder Puff Football.
House of Reps., Var, Baseball, JV,
Frosh - Soph Baseball, Rotary
Nita Ramsey and Cara Bell watch intently after Diane Morehead samples a doughnut
I KEN GOULD
I CSF, '73 Archbearer, Spanish ll
, Award, Bay Eagle.
Var. Band, Stage Band, C, B, JV
Water Polo. C, B, Var. Swimming,
JV, Var. Wrestling.
'73 Archbearer, Var. Tennis, Moto
Cross, Rotary Awards.
HANCOCK ROSEMARY HARE TOM HARRINGTON JOAN HAYOS
of Reps., B, Var. Football, Drill Team, Epsilon Sigma, Flag '73 Archbearer,SCROC, BFootball, Drill Team, '73 Archbearer, FHA,
JV Basketball. JV, Var. Baseball. Twirler '73, '73 Archbearer, Mascot JV Wrestling, Rotary Awards. "Ar- Spanish Club, GAA, Rotary Awards.
Arehbearer. '74, Beg. SL Adv. Girls' Chorus. scnic and Old Lace".
Drill Team, '73 Arehbearer, Girls'
League Friendship Chairman,
SCROC. Media Aide.
Key Club Sweetheart '72-'73, JV
Cheerleader '7l-'72. Spanish Club -
President, Girl's Ensemble - Presi-
dent, Spanish Award, "Hello Dolly".
Var. Band, AFS, CSF, GAA - Presi-
dent, Epsilon Sigma, '73 Arehbearer,
Powder Puff Football.
GAA, GIA, Bay liaglc, House of
Reps., '73 Archbearer, Spanish Club.
Bay Eagle, GAA. Physical Fitness
Award, Spanish Club, SCROC.
Drama. SCROC, '73 Archbearer,
"Arsenic and Old Lack". "Stage
'73 Archbearer, JV Cross Country.
C, Var. Track, Var, Football, "Hello
Dolly", "Fiddler on the Roof",
'73 Archbcarer, Drill Team - Rank
Leader, GAA, House of Reps, FHA.
'Spanish Club, Beg. Girls' Chorus.
"Hello Dolly", Festival of Arts.
French Club, '73 Archbearer. Rotary
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Junior Govenor. '72, '74 Carnival
Chairman, '72-'74 Comm. of Cona
cessions, B, JV Water Polo, B, JV
Swimming, El Segundo Motocross.
French Club, Hiking Club, AFS,
GAA, CSF, JV, Var. Cheerleader
German Club - President, Girls'
League - President, Epsilon Sigma,
'73 Homecoming Queen.
Drill Team, Tracketles, Business
Dept. Secretary, Powder Puff Fool-
ball, Girls' Track Team, Rotary
in the neck.
Parsoneault thinks annual photographers are a
GAA, Soph. Lt, Governor,
Treasurer, ASB Vice-President,
Sigma, GIA, '73 Procession
'rom Co-Chairman, '73 Archbear-
r, '74 Golden Eagle, Transfered
rom Sl. Mary's.
'73 Archbearer, Frosh, Soph Track,
JV, Var. Track, JV, Var. Cross
JOHN LA COGNATA JOE LA FROMBOISE TOM LAMAY
Key Club, Var. Band, Spanish Club, JV, Var. Tennis, Var. Tennis League Boys' Chorus.
JV, Var. Tennis, '73 Archbearer, Champions.
KIRK LEBOWE DAVID LE MASURIER FAYE LEMON
Frosh-Soph Basketball, '73 Arch- A'CapeIla Choir. '73 Archbeurer,
bearer. Modern Dance, "Stage Door",
Screaming Eagles, '73 Archbearer,
Var, Track, Var. Cross Country,
French Club, C, B, JV Water Polo,
"Web of Murder".
'73 Archbearer, Media Aide, B Fool-
ball, Transfered from Notre Dame
DEBBIE LUCERO MATT LUIKENS
Art Guild, Drill Team
German Club, Powder Puff Foot-
ball, Adv, Girls' Chorus, Girls' En-
semble, Madrigals, Transfered from
TONY MACK SANDY MACLEAN
Art Guild, Chorus, Rotary Awards,
Oritorical Contest, "Fiddler on the
Rool", "Stage Door".
ROBIN MAGRAUDY KATHRYN MARKLE NANCY MASON TIM MATCHETT TOM MC ATEE
Spanish Club, Hiking Club, Track- FHA - Treasurer, Epsilon Sigma, Var, Band, JV Cross Country, B, C,
cites. ASB Treasurer, '73 Archbearer, Var. Track.
Powder Puff Football, GAA.
TIM MC DONNELL JOY MC KEE KENT MC KEOWN TERRY MC MULLIN RON MELTON
Key Club - President, J.C.L. - Presi- BFoo!hall, Beg. 8: Adv. Girls' Chorus, Girls'
dent, Var. 8: Stage Band, Bay Eagle, Ensemble, "FIddler on the Rool",
C, JV Water Polo,.lV Wrestling. Drama Club, Drama Assembly,
'73 Archbcarer, Soph Football.
Spanish Club, Drill Team, Track-
ettes, Rotary Award, '73 Archbearer.
FHA, Drill Team - Rank Leader.
'73 Archbearer, "Stage Door",
'72-'73 Songleader, Girls' League -
Vice President, Epsilon Sigma, Drill
Team, '73 Archbearer, CSF.
B, Var. Football, Frosh - Soph, JV,
Var. Baseball, B, JV Basketball, Var,
Football MIP, '73 Archbearer.
JERESE MILLEVILLE PATTI MISNER TERRY MONCRIEF
Freshman Lt. Governor, JV, Var. Trackettes, SCROC, Beg. H Adv. '73 Arehbearer, C, B Track, B, Var
Cheerleader, CSF, Pep Club - Presi- Girls' Chorus. Football, Rotary Awards,
dent, Epsilon Sigma, '73 Arehbearer.
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Cindy Perkins and Tami Reitberger take a break during civics to look at a magazine.
JOE NEWMAN EVELYN OAKLEAF DEBBIE 0'NEILL
French Club, C, Soph, Var, Football, GAA Softball, Rotary Award, "Fid- '73 Archbearer, Rotary Award,
Rotary Awards. dler onthe Roof' - Costumes,
'73 Archbearer, Frosh - Soph Base-
ball, C, B Basketball, Boys' Chorus,
A'Capella Choir, "Fiddler on the
C, B Basketball
Police Explorers, C, JV Swimming,
C, JV, Var. Waterpolo.
'73 Prom Chairman, '72-'73 Pep
Club, '74 Golden Eagle, '73 Proces-
sion Leader, '74 Youth Council, '72-
'73 RSI Queen,
PEGGY PEDERSEN HOLLY PENNINGTON
SCROC, Hiking Club, GIA Basket- AFS, German Club, Epsilon Sigma,
ball, Trackettes, Drama Assembly, FHA.
CSF, GAA, Bay Eagle, '73 Arch-
bearer, Spanish Club, GIA Var. Vol-
leyball - Captain, Rotary Awards.
Theresa Morris breezes to her next class in the east wing.
Girls' Ensemble, A'Capella Choir,
Drill Team, '73 Archbearer, Epsilon
Sigma, ASB Secretary.
French Club, CSF, Girls' Ensemble,
Epsilon Sigma, A'Capella Choir,
Var, Cheerleader, Epsilon Sig-
Girls' League Secretary. '73
Adv. Girls' Chorus -
Girls' Ensemble A Presi-
C, B, Var. Water Polo, C, B, Var.
Swimming, C Basketball, MVP B
Water Polo, C Basketball, Var,
Art Guild, Var. Water Polo, Var.
Swimming, MVP JV Water Polo,
Var. Band, Stage Band.
C,BFooIball. '73 Archbearer, Art Guild, Girls'
rosh Football, Var, Wrestling, Var.
rack, Var. Cross Country. Rotary
Weight Club, B, Var, Football, B,
JV, Var. Basketball.
Baseball. Var. Track, All Pioneer
GR DU TIO
KATHLEEN RENFRO FRED RETZLAFF
Tracketles. Art Guild, '73 Arch- Soph. BasketbaIl,.lV Basketball,
bearer, Dance Assembly, SCROC.
BILL RIGGS DIANE ROBERTS
CSF, JCL, Var. Band, GAA.
DIANA ROBERTSON JUAN RODRIGUEZ KYLE ROWSON VALERIE SARAN
CSF, Ecology Club, Rotary Award. Powder PuffFootball.
Transfered from Mira Costa High.
Drill Team '73-'74 Colonel, '73
Archbearer, FHA, Art Guild, GAA,
VIRGINA SCHAFFER GARY SCHMUTZ SCOTT SCHULTZ THERESA SCRIBNER IRENE SHAFER
Drill Team-Rank Leader. Girls' C,Soph Football, SurfTeam. '73 Archbearer. Sophomore F001-
League, Powder Puff Football. ball, Frosh, Soph Basketball, Voice
Key Club - Sgt. of Arms. RSI Direc-
tor '73-'74, C, JV, Var. Basketball,
C, B Football, Rotary Award. '73
BRYAN SMITH DEBBIE SMITH
'73 Archbearcr, C, B, Var. Football, Drama, SCROC, "Stage Door",
Soph. JV. Var. Basketball, Rotary "Egad What A Cad", Adv. Girls'
French Club, Beg. Girls' Chorus,
Var, Baseball Ball Shagger. Rotary
'73 Archbearer, C, B, Var. Football,
Boys' Chorus, Transfcred from
SMITH TOM SOTO
s etball, Soph Football. '73 Archbearer, Var. Football. JV,
Var, Track, Var. Baseball, JV, Var. Basketball.
STEVENS MATT STEWART
Hiking Club, Summer '73 Archbearer, C, B, Var. Basket-
Scholarship '73, "Hello ball, C Football, Senior Prince.
CHRIS SYNADINOS DENISI: TAYLOR
Beg. 8L Adv. Girls' Chorus, Work
. TODD STEICHEN
Key Club, French Club, Hiking
Club - President. C, B, Var, Track,
"Fiddler on the Roof", "Hello
Prom Committee Chairman, '73
Archbearer, French Club, GAA,
Trackettes, Powder Puff Football.
Sandy Hull enjoys CSF meetings and crunchy apples.
Epsilon Sigma, Orchesis, AFS
AFS Exchange Student from Bralil.
, Trackettes, AFS. Spanish Club.
Powder Puff Football. Rotary
EUGENE THOMPSON ERIC TIDWELL
Rotary Award, RSI Tourney Director, Var. Foot-
ball, Var. Baseball - Captain '73,
Var. Basketball, '73 Head Archbear-
MG T GF
Senior class Governor Chuck Zophi and Lt.
Governor Mike Briney worked with class spon-
sor, Mr. Marty Ableser, to organize money-
making projects such as car washes, bake sales
and a spaghetti dinner. The class of '74 wanted
to earn enough money to have a great Senior
ditch day. They also hoped to present the school
with a gift, which is traditional of the graduat-
ing class. Seniors made the most of their last
year at ESHS.
Banner Carrier, GAA, GIA, Epsilon
Sigma, CSF, FHA, '73 Archbearer,
C, B, Var. Football, Frosh, JV
ANNE VAN DE PERRE
AFS, French Club, Epsilon Sigma,
Orchesis, AFS Exchange Student
Rotary Awards, Surfing Team -
Frosh Governor, '73 Songleader, '73
Archbearer, French Club - President,
CSF, "Hello Dolly".
MARY VAN DRIE
French Club, Biology Club, AFS,
Banner Carrier, Drill Team, '73
SCROC, Transfered from Highland
Drill Team, Spanish Club, '
Experience, Del Amo Youth Core.
VALORIE VAN NATTA
Madrigals, Beg. SL Adv. Girls
Chorus, A'Capella Choir,
and Old Lace", "Fiddler on
Rool", "Gods Spell" Scholarship,
Screaming Eagles, Media Aide
B, JV Basketball, JV, Var.
Country - Co-Captain, C, B,
Track, Rotary Awards.
i"' Club. AFS, Drill Team.
Committee Chairman, '73
Girls' Chorus, Adv, Girls'
Girls' Ensemble, A'CapeIla
rench Cluh. CSF, Traekettes.
Media Aide, C Track, Student
Government, Rotary Awards,
Student Government, French Club,
C, Var. Waterpolo, Rotary Awards,
Senior Governor. Key Cluh, German
Club, Vur. Football. C, B, JV, Var.
Basketball, Frosh - Soph, Var.
Spanish Club, AFS, Trackeltes.
Powder Puff Football, Rotary
FHA - Secretary 8L Vice President.
Drill Team - Rank Leader, GAA,
'73 Archbearer, Rotary Award.
Spanish Club, '73 Archbearer,
Fmsh - Soph Baseball- Captain. JV.
Var. Baseball, B, C Basketball. B
Girls' League Rep., Treasurer. A'Ctt-
pella Choir. Drill Team - Rank Lead'
er, '73 Archhcurer, French Awards.
'73 Homecoming Chairman.
Prom Committee. GAA, Traekettes.
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Before class, Connie Moore and Sherie Anderson have a fast match ofarm wrestling?
The sophomores of yesterday are the juniors of today
Tomorrow the class of '75 will be the seniors of ESHS
Receiving class rings, sitting with seniors at rallies and as
semblies, planning the prom with junior class sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, was all part of being ajunior.
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the Media Center
waited outside the activities oflice
receive their 1975 class rings.
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Freshmen work hard to prepare for tomorrow.
High school was a big adjustment for freshmen.
They had six different classes and teachers to find
that first day. They had to learn the different
cheers and the Alma Mater. They had to get used
to being the low man on the totem pole. But they
showed great potential as they learned quickly
and became a part of the campus life. Freshmen
face a bright tomorrow.
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"Gee, this is fun", exclaims Carol Ward-
rop in science class.
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The class of '76 proved they were able to
compete and achieve with success. They
took Drivers' Training and World Histo-
Debbie Pitney is out to get victory for Eagles at rally.
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Mike Mack ponders an important
decision concerning his future.
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Led by Governor Tim Bushrow and Lt. Governor
Diane Combs, the freshmen showed their spirit by
making a float for the Homecoming Parade. They met
Wednesdays during lunch to plan class projects and
activities. Selling decorative bulletin boards was their
first fund raising project. They were also involved in
freshmen football, baseball and other sports as well
as being active in many clubs and organizations.
Lisa Diaz and Debbie Wiegand are all eyes and ears as they listen to their
Junior Rick Pawlowski demonstrates his
bubble blowing technique as Sue Holland
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Ron J ellison
Sophomore Diana Dahlgren finds signs speak louder than
Led by Governor Rob Matthews and Lt.
Governor Tod McNaughton, juniors
showed their leadership by participating
in clubs and organizations. Juniors par-
ticipated in homecoming activities in
October by building a class float, and
sponsoring the successful Coronation
"Is that pass for me?" asks Cindy lsitt as she
sits in English class.
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M aureen Leslie
Dana Boschetto and Chuck Hall added Sophomore spirit to
band practice before homecoming
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Carolyn M ack
Before his tennis class, Ron Rozelle
timing and co-ordination.
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Juanita M atchett
Bruce M atthews
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CAM US LIFE
A merry-go-round float was built by
freshmen to depict this year's home-
coming theme, "Life is a carnival."
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Many traditions associated with the
Junior class were retained by this years
juniors. The class ran the concession
booth, sold programs at home football
games, sold place mats and worked hard
to put on a successful JuniorfSenior
Prom in June.
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Tim Bushrow announces Freshmen Prince and Princess candidates at coronation assembly.
Maria Deus finds the railing ofthe bleachers
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Led by Governor Moira Geraghty and Lt.
Governor Frank Cardone, the class of '76
planned bake sales, car washes, birthday
calendar sales and spirit button sales. They
also participated in band, drill team and
other clubs. Sophomores were active all
Tim Poor finds the main hall a good place for a sing-along.
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Zoe Ann Powell
TO LIFE AT ESH
Freshman Karen Swanson finds happiness at ESHS
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Freshman Sandy Benke concentrates on a confusing paper.
6' PIRIT OF " "
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With the motto "The spirit of '76" the Sophomore class re-
tained the spirit they had shown as freshmen. Meeting on
Wednesdays during lunch with Mr. Crystal they planned pro-
jects and discussed activities. After two years of being under-
classmen, Sophs looked forward to being upperclassmen.
Sophomores Denise Oien, Mimi Palmer and Dru Tid-
well find their classes at ESHS enjoyable.
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Rochelle Van Natta
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,, .ASS QF '77
Freshmen Studies and English I classes helped fresh-
men to prepare for the future. Reading Lab and spell-
ing tests and English skills helped them to improve their
communication skills. Freshmen studies gave them the
knowledge needed for understanding themselves and
their lives at ESHS. Freshmen worked today to make a
Carolyn Mack keeps a watchful eye on the lloats
after the homecoming parade.
SCHOOL BG RD
The 1973-74 School Board was comprised of
six dedicated El Segundo citizens. Led by
newly elected superintendent of schools Dr.
Mary Reed, the school board worked for the
betterment of the entire school district. The
duties of the elected members are to oversee
the budget, curriculum, and welfare of the
schools. The education of El Segundo stu-
dents was in capable hands.
Dr. Mary Reed gives a short speech at the 1973 graduation
Dr Mary Reed, Mr. Harry Weber, Mrs. Cravens Douglass, Mr. George Wiley, Mr. Melvin Westover, Mr. Alan West.
Dr. John Machisic
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The administration worked to make ESHS a better place
of learning for all students. Principal Dr. John Machisic was
in charge of educational programs at ESHS, of teachers and
of the general welfare of students. Mr. Frank Craven, assist-
ant principal in charge of guidance and discipline, assisted
students and teachers in solving problems concerning respon-
sibilities and privileges. Mr. Robert Kingston, assistant prin-
cipal in charge of activities, coordinated all student activities
such as assemblies, rallies, and athletic events. Attendance
supervisor, Mr. James Porter, was concerned with students
being where they should be at the right time during the school
day. These people and the jobs that they do helped to make
ESHS a better place for learning yesterday, today and for
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Trying to clear up the mistakes and confusion caused by computer
scheduling was the first duty of the counselors in September. Students
were lined from wall to wall to find out why they were scheduled for
the wrong class or no class. Just about the time the counselors figured
out who went where, they had to start checking seniors for graduation
and advising the underclassmen about next year's schedule. In between,
counselors offered advice- to students and helped them with their prob-
lems. By June, yesterday's problems were solvedg Seniors graduated to-
dayg and the underclassmen are ready for tomorrow! The score-Coun-
selors, '33 Computer, 0!
Mr. Bristlin reviews a student's cumulative folder.
IM .Still ilzffeiif.t-,t-,aw
Mr. Robert Bristlin Mr. Loren Cutner Mr. Milton Olson
Mrs. Dorothy Stuckman Miss L01-1-aine Thgfgon Mr. Maurice Ward
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Mrs. Caroline Adams Mrs. Dusteen Carlson
Mrs. Patrick organizes student absence cards.
Mrs. Mary Rose Liedke Mrs. Shirley Malm
The secretaries were of service in all
the administrative offices through-
out the school. They answered
phones, typed the daily bulletin and
worked with attendance records.
These helpful people worked dili-
gently to keep things up-to-date and
beneficial for both school officials
Mrs. Ruth Patrick Mrs. April Sligar
Mrs. Dorothy Gross
PECIAL l ERVICE
Mrs. Evans, Cafeteria Mrs. Holcomb, Cafeteria
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Mrs. Putt, Cafeteria Mrs. Randall, Cafeteria
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Mrs. Montz, Cafeteria Mr. Harris, Bus Driver
Mrs. Stephens, Cafeteria Mr. Witt, Custodian
With the help of cafeteria workers,
custodians, and bus drivers, life at
ESHS was a little more pleasant for
many students. These special people
were not known by all students, but
worked hard to improve the school
campus, cafeteria food and provide bus
services for students going on field
trips. The special services people
worked today to make tomorrow more
Mr. Hamilton, Custodian
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Sue Gaston and Mike Murray find showcase dis-
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"Can't stop withjust one," says Sue Nusbaum as she eats potato chips.
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Above: "Happiness is a rally," for Drill Team members Gail McNulty, Karen Padjen, Erica Webster
and Linda Briese. Left: Dave Hambright can't believe he is going to the Coronation!
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"You mean I did this all wrong?" questions
Bernie DeFontes talks to a friend in the hall.
Slowly but surely, Cindy Leslie types copy
Students of ESHS are preparing for to-
morrow by studying the past today! They
are involved in thinking and doing activi-
ties that will determine their future. 1973-
74 was some year for them. The computer
scheduling confused-the computer! First
quarter report cards arrived in time for
Christmas, Homecoming was a success
and the energy crisis dimmed the tree of
lights. After a year of homework lectures,
dark halls, cold rooms, patio sculpture,
tri-weekly bulletins and ASB elections,
students of ESHS need a vacation! Yes-
terday is gone, tomorrow is uncertain, to-
day is now. Enjoy it!
Students will always find time to study and visit in the library.
Above: Scott Brown expresses his opinion on what it's like to get stuck in a
projector, Right: Esther Cook looks to tomorrow.
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Nita Ramsay, Dan Eady, Margy and Mike Cottriel and a Great Dane
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Kevin Legendre proves that football players have to study sometimes.
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Mr Kingston urges students to patronize our ads
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"Colette Tschumi! Are you ditching class again?"
Noreen Moriarty wonders what her Senior Year will be like at ESHS
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Joe 8a Mary Ann Campbell
Chipper, Tinkerbell, 84 Bootsie
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Demas 8a Terra
Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles S. Dobruck and Family
Donald, Ruth and Clyde Elliott
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ailey, Cheryl 1101-27,144
Applied Arts 36-37
Art Guild 67
Assemblies 110-1 ll
Bay Eagle 25
Business Education 26-27
Cross Country 94-95
Drill Team 48-49,51
Epsilon Sigma 56-57
French Club 61
Girls' League 64-65
Golden Eagle 24
Hiking Club 68
Key Club 54-55
Pep Club 52-53
Physical Education 38-39
Police Science 40
Powder Puff 120
Senior Picture 12-13
Senior Signatures 124-125
Social Studies 18-19
Spanish Club 60
Special Education 34-35
Special Services 178-179
Stage Band 41
Bell, Cathy 191-42,100,145
Bell, James 191-145
Bell, Ken 11 11-108,144
Bell, Lynn 1101-145
Bell Matt 1111-144
Student Government 104-107
Table of Contents 2-3
Theme 6-1 1
Water Polo 78-81
Work Experience 44-45
brahamson, Ron 11 11-144
, Carrie 1101-144
,Gail 11 11-31,144
,Keith 11 11-144
, Tracey 1121-32,57,6l,l26
Ainsworth, Bobbie 191-100,144
Alford, Jim 191-144
Almaguer, Argel 1121-54,60,68,82, 126
Altman, Chuck 1121-126
Altman, John 191-144
Anderson, Sherie 1121-50,51 ,126
Andrews, Dana 1121-126
Andrews, Suzanne 1101-69,144
Andrews, Tracy 191-144
Araya, Tony 1121-126
Armantrout, Huey 1121-108,126
Armijo, Karen 191-30,144
Armstrong, Burl 1121-126
Armstrong, Diana 11 11-144
Armstrong, Sharon 1121-126
Armstrong, Steve 1101-144
Arnold, Johanna 191-100,144
Arnot, David 191-49,144
Arnot, Paul 1121-20,4l,48,49,82,l26
Arntz, Nancy 1121-69,126
Ashley, Prudence 11 11-49,59,60,62,l44
Atkeson, Eric 1101-78,79,l 14,1 17,144
Atkeson, Troy, 1101-78,79,144,205
Austin, Curt 1101-144
Avak, Susan 11 11-49,61,67,144
Avila, Nancy 1101-60,144
Bailey, Donna 11 I1-144
Baldwin, Chuck 1101-49,144
Barnwell, Brian 11 11-144
Barnwell, Greg 191-144
Barnwell, Paul 1121-126
Barrow, Dirk 1101-76,145
Bartelt, Steve 1121-33,72,75, 104,1 1 1,126
Barto, Nathan 11 11-144
Barton, Chris 1121-49,59,87,l26
Bassett, Allison 191-144
Baumgart, Ingrid 1101-145
Bayes, Evelyn 1121-106,126
Beaird, Ben 11 11-72,75
Beaty, Kathy 11 11-32,144
Beckett, Debbie 191-30,144
Beckman, Bill 191-67,144
Bell, Cara 1121-56,57,65,120,l27
"You've got to be kidding," says Juanita Ramsey.
Bell, Tom 1101-41,49,7o, 145
Benke, Frank 11 11-16,144
Benke, Sandy 191- 145, 1 69
Bennett, Kathy 1121-32,127
Berenger, Mark 11 11-36,146
Berggren, Jim 11 11-18,86,87,l46
Bernard, Michele 1101-31,145
Bertlesen, Jim 191-145
Bianco, Milton 191-77,145
Bicknell, Scott 1101-35
Binkley, Bruce 1101-145
Birdsall, Scott 11 11-146
Black, Angela 11 11-146
Blackford, Dave 191-49,145
Blake, Melissa 1101-147
Blair, Tom 1101-147
Bochinski, Peter 191-77,145
Boese, Steve 11 11-146
Bogossian, Andy 191-43,81,145,l80
Bogossian, Ben 1121-82,85,127
Bollini, Denise 1101-147
Bonn, Chris 1101-77,147
Bonn, Stacey 191-49,100,145
Booher, Chris 11 11-146
Booterbaugh, Teresa 191-145
Borchert, David 1101- 147
Borders, Mark 191-77,145
Botting, John 1121-41,49,l27
Bowden, Mike 1101-146
Bowles, Janet 191- 145
Braddock, Julie 191-146
Braddock, Marilyn 1101-146
Braddock, Stephen 1121-25,32,33,41,49
Bradford, Karen 191-61 , 146
Braham, Mike 1101-147
Branam, Scott 1101-24,76,90,l 19,147
Bridges, Terry 191- 146
Briese, Lennie 1101-76,147
Briese, Linda 1121-50,5l,67, 127,180
Briese, Pam 1111-24,50,51,l 19,146
Brightwell, John 11 11-146
Briney, Mike 1121-72,75,l06,127
Brock, Susan 191-146
Brookens, Tammy 11 11-62,1 19,146
, Bev 1121-25,57,5s,59,1 10,
, Burt 1121-109
, Jackie 191-30,146
, Scott 11 11-72,75,83,85,l46,181
Brust, Sandi 1121-108,127
Bryan, Barbara 1121-50,51,127
Bryan, Kathy 11 11-68,101
Bryant, Dave 11 11-147 '
Buckingham, Bob 1101-59,90,147
Buckingham, Jim 11 11-72,147
Burches, Kevin 191-146
Burches, Shawn 1101-32,147
Burnette, Neil 1121-16,96,98, 128
Buron, Kim 191-146
Burrowes, Kim 1111-32,5O,65,l47
Bush, Lisa 1121-29,67,69
Bushrow, Cheryl 1121-57,58,59,62,63,
Bushrow, Tim 191-59,77,l07, 146,163
able, Lori 191-146
Calhoun, Ed 191-146
Cameron, Lisa 11 11-32,69,l47
Campbell, Clay 1111-147
Campbell, Peter 1121-82,85,93, 1 28
Campbell, Sandy 1125-24,51,59,e2,65,l 18,
Campilii, Marie 1101-147
Cannon, Bob 1101-76
Capo, Richard 1121-128
Caravello, Jesse 11 11-35
Carbon, Andrew 1121-75,128
Carfora, Debbie 11 11-148
Cargill, Tim 1121-19,72,73,75,l 13,128
Carroll, Martin 1111-148
Carter, Donna 1101-31,50,l48
Casler, Cheryl 1121-25,44,68,l28
Casler, Rick 11 11-148
Cason, Kathy 191-59,65,100,101,146
Cason, Mike 11 11-41,48,49,59,60,67,l48
Castle, Chuck 1101-148
Castle, John 1121-128
Ceravalo, Cindy 1101-148
Chabrajez, Donna 11 11-53,148
Chabrajez, Richard 1121-94,95,l08,128
Chamberland, Gene 11 11-148
Chandler, Janice 11 11-32,148
Chandler, Patty 191-30, 146
Chavez, Larry 191-77
Chavez, Laurie 1101-148
Chavez, Ricky 191-77,147
Chichester, Mike 1101-76,90
Chick, Ralph 11 11-33,41,55,89,148
Christensen, Scott 1121-36,128
Christie, Rick 1121-128
Christie, Ron 1111-148
Chu, Daniel 191-147
Claflin, Nancy 1121-129
Clagg, Doug 1101-148
Clark, Dan 1101-49,148
Clark, Michele 11 11-50,5l,61,120,l48
Clark, Tom 1111-149
Clarke, Carolyn 1121-64,129
Clarke, Doug 1101-148,205
Clayton, Pam 191-30,147
Cleary, Keith 1101-148
Clevenger, Brad 1121-33,54,55,59,63,105,
Cole, Jerald 11 11-121,149
Coleman, Don 1121-24,43,54,l29
Coles, Glenn 1121-95,129
Collings, Betty 191-49,59,100,l47
Collings, Cathy 1111-49,59,61,100,120,
Collings, Jeannie 1121-49,100,129
cnllings, Julie 1121-129,203
Combs, Beth 11 11-50,59,6l,65,149
Combs, Diane 191-107,147
Conner, Brenda 191-147
Conner, Don 1121-33,129
Cook, Esther 11 11-50,59,69,l49,l8l
Copeland, Dana 1121-129
Corallo, Debbie 1101- 148
Corallo, John 1l2142,61,75, 129
Corallo, Susan 11 11-149
Cordova, Stella 1101- 149
Corey, Staci 1121-129
Cormany, Scott 1101-95,149
Costley, Susan 191-148
Cotten, Stephen 191-49,147
Cousins, Val 191-148
Cowan, Lorrie 191-148,152
Craig, Ken 11 11-72,75,87,l50
Crawford, Greg 1101-76,149
Crawford, Mitch 1121-67,129
Crawford, Nancy 1111-150
Creswell, Patti 191-30,148
Crews, Golden 1101-52,149
Crews, Stephen 1121-129
Crichton, George 11 11-41,150
Cripe, Madeline 1121-56,57,59,65, 105,
Crowell, Vivian 1101-149
Cumpson, Brian 191-77,148
Curcio, Fred 191-148
Curia, Jon 1121-82
Curry, Eric 1121-25,130
Curry, Virginia 191-148
Cuthbertson, Bill 1121-109,130
"OOH! Look at him crawl," says Julie Col-
lings while examining an insect.
Drummond, Dale 1101-76,151
ahlgren, Diana 110-149,150,156
Daly, Rene 11 11-150
Dare, Susan 1121-130
Daroff, Dave 1101-149
Davis, Belinda 11 11-32
Davis, Mike 191-148
Deal, Bill 1111-26,75,151
Deeter, Gary 11 11-43,151
Deets, Greg 1121-130
DeFontes, Bernie 1121-22,37,56,57,60,62,
64,65, l06,130, 1 81
DeFontes, Dean 191-77,91,l48
DeFontes, Michele 11 11-53,60,62,65, 105,
Demuth, Gerry 1121-36,130
Denny, Kathy 191-61
Denny, Scott 11 11-151
Detrich, Sue 11 11-151
Deus, Maria 11 11-151,164
Drummond, Sally 191-150
Dunbabin, Dave 1121-131
Duncan, Brian 1101-151
Dunn, Drew 191-150
Duran, Consuelo 1101-151
Durkos, John 1121-131
Durrell, Desirie 1101-31
Duval, Michele 1121-32,120,131
Duval, Richard 1101-54,61,95,15l
Dye, Danny 11 11-84,152
Dye, Harold 11 11-82,83,l52
Dyhre, Chuck 191-77,150
Dypwick, Kurt 1101-151
ady, Daniel 1121-131
Eaton, Don 1121-119,131
Ebaugh, Janette 11 ly-32,53,l 13,120,152
, Brenda 1101-151
Dewolf, Cary 11 11-151
Diaz, Debi 1121-53,130
Diaz, Lisa 191-52,148,154
Dick, Dawn 1121-25,130
Dick, Kevin 1101-33,149
Dick, Martin 1101-49,150
Dickens, Bruce 1101-150
Dickens, Karen 1101-32,121,130
Dicks, Ricky 1101-150
Disosway, Bill 11 11-75,151
Efflandt, Jill 11 11-152
Efflandt, Joe 1101-76,151
Elliott, Clyde 1121-24,43,l 10,131
Ellington, Bob 1101-49,151
Ellis, Bill 1111-49,54,58,59,60,67,152
England, Rickey 1101-151
Erdellan, Jimmy 191-150
Ernest, Dru 191-30,59,100,150
Euler, Chris 1101-30,151
Dobrovolny, Dennis 1121-130
Dobrovolny, Jeannie 1101-31,150
Dobruck, Maureen 1121-24,57,62,65,130
Dodgen, Sue 1121-50,130
Dornblaser, Joe 191-77,148
Dornblaser, Pat 11 11-59,77,151
Dornblaser, Rhonda 1121-59,66,131
Domann, Tim 1101-76,150
Douglass, Heather 191-30,148
Doukakis, Chris 191-77,89,148
Doyle, Kathie 1101-150
Driskell, Margie 11 11-120,151
Drozd, Greg 1121-131
Euler, Vince 191-150
Evans, Dana 1121-109
Evans, Neil 191-150
arquhar, Patrick 191-150
Farr, Mike 1101-152
Faut, Ken 1111-152
Felger, Kirk 191-150
Feller, Shane 1121-45,131
Ferguson, Brian 1121-132
Fisher, Kevin 191-95,150
Fisher, William 191-77,150
Flynn, Jana 191-150
Flynn, Terry 1121-132
Fontecchio, Nick 1101-76,1-52
Fontecchio, Scott 191-34,152
Foster, Laura 1101-152
Fournier, Mike 1111-152
Fowler, Judy 191-30,152
Fowler, Randy 1111-32,33,152
Fox, Tim 191-152
Francen, Richard 1111-152
Francis, Leslie 1121-132
Franco, Patti 1121-132
Francois, David 191-152
Francois, June 1121-57,59,60,62,132
Freese, Roseanne 191-25,59,60,152
Froelich, Jenny 1101-31,152
Fuentes, Sue 11 11-28,50,68,152
Fyfe, Cameron 1101-152
allagher, Pat 1121-132
Gangawere, Bart 191-77,1 14,1 17,152
Gangawere, Roberta 11 11-153
Garcia, Maria 1101-152
Gardiner, Kelly 1101-152
Garris, Mike 1101-152
Gaspari, Debbie 1101-152
Gaston, Sue 1101-50,152,180
Gatewood, Roger 191-153
Geraghty, John 191-153
Geraghty, Moira 1101-50,61,107,152
Geringer, Mark 1101-34
Giery, Ron 1111-153
Gigena, Jorge 11 11-60,72,73,75,82,84,153
Gigena, Marcelo 191-77,83,85,92,153
Gill, Laura 1101-152
Gill, Shelly 191-19,101,153
Glick, Diane 1121-132
Glickman, Janice 1121-50,57,59,61,132
Glickman, Suzi 1101-59,6l,152
Glidewell, Mike 1121-96,99, 132
Glynn, Elizabeth 1121-50,57,58,59,60,6l,
Glynn, Mike 1101-152
Glynn, Pat 1121-132
Gober, Karen 191-30,153
Gober, Mike 11 11-153
Goeglein, Greg 1101-154
Gonzalez, Jeffery 191-67,153
Gonzalez, Victor 191- 1 53
Goodman, Terry 1111-27,153
Goodwin, Melody 1101-154
Gould, Ken 1121-25,108,133
Gouch, Dave 1101-34
Graham, Allison 11 11-153
Gram, Kathleen 191-153
Gregory, Anne 1101-154
Gregory, Cecil 191-77,91,153
Griffin, Frank 1101-154
Groff, Joe 11 11-75,153
Grosvenor, Bill 1111-54,59,61,153
Grounds, Vikki 1101-31,50,69
Gutierrez, Jaime 1101- 1 54
Guy, Paul 1121-41,49,77,133
Art Stenberg listens with interest at an Art
all, Chuck 1101-49,154,158
Hall, Randy 191-153
Hall, Tom 1111-153
Hambright, Dave 1121-133,180
Hamilton, David 1121-133
Hammick, Grace 1121-25,100,133
Hansen, Paul 1111-25,49,59,89,154
Hardner, Fay 11 11-154
Hare, Rosemary 1121-52,53,57,1 12,133
Harmon, Denise 191-100,153
Harrington, Tom 1121-121,133
Harter, Danny 191-95, 155
Hartman, Richard 1101-76,155
Harvey, Bonnie 1101-60,155
Hayden, Annette 191-155
Hayos, Joan 1121-50,133
Hays, Ricky 191-155
Healy, John 191-77,155
Heinrich, Carl 1111-154
Heitkamp, Doug 1101-61,94,95,155
Helms, Shannon 1121-133
Helsom, Renee 1101-65,100, 107,155
Herbold, Diane 191-30,155,164
Herbold, Steve 11 11-154
Hester, Katie 1101-49,155
Hettinger, Dan 1101-155
Hickert, Diana 191-49,155
Hill, Mona 191-155
Hingley, Duke 1101-4l,49,155
Hobe, Joanne 11 11-25,53,59,61,62,65, 105,
Hoel, Kurt 191-95,155
Hoggan, Margie 1121-133
Holcomb, Phyllis 191-155
Holland, Sue 1121-26,155
Hollopeter, Marlys 11 11-154
Holman, Gerry 1101-49,61, 100,155
Holman, Jack 191-49,85,155
Holzworth, Paul 1111-154
Honseler, Loretta 1121-133
Horst, Susan 1121-32,54,55,60,64,65,1 14,
Howard, Dean 191-156
Howell, Karen 11 11-154
Huber, Mike 11 11-154
Hughes, Diane 191-156
Hull, Randy 191-91
Hull, Sandy 1121-49,57,59,62,65,101,106
Humphreys, Vicky 1121-121,133
Hunt, Diane 11 11-44,1 55
Huskey, Dorothy 191-156
Huskey, Linda 191-156
sitt, Cindy 1111-32,61,155,157
Isitt, Jenny 191-65,156
Isitt, Susan 191-156
Jaime, Cathy 1111-60,155
Jamele, Marie 191-30, 156
Janssen, Cathy 1121-134
Jap, Grace 191-156
Jarrell, Kimberly 191-156
Jeck, Brad 1101-76,155
Jeck, Randy 1121-134
Jeck, Time 11 11-17,155
Jellison, Don 1101-78,155
Jellison, Ron 1101-76,89,156
Jellison, Vicki 1121-53,57,59,65,155,
Jensen, Lynette 1101-31,156
Jessogne, Mike 11 11-78,79
Jimenez, Jaime 1101-156
Johnson, Bob 1121-37,134
Johnson, Chris 1121-50,51,134
Johnson, Don 191-77, 156
Johnson, Glenn 1111-155
Johnson, Judy 191-30,156
Johnson, Kirk 1111-41,49
Johnson, Marty 11 11-82,75
Johnston, Andy 191-156
Jones, Brian 11 11-95
Joshi, Bijayandra 191-157
Judd, Juli 191-60,101,157
Juedes, Shelly 1101-156
apell, Dave 11 11-156,172
Karutz, Ken 1121-105,119,134
Kassales, Theresa 1101-107,157
Kassales, Tom 191-157
Kassiris, Diane 1121-50,120,134
Kastler, Lori 11 11-6l,62,67,156
Keenum, Keith 1111-72,75,156
Keit, Karen 11 11-156
Keller, Debbie 11 11-49,156
Keller, John 191-95,157
Kelley, Kathy 11 11-156
Kelly, Imelda 191-157
Kemp, Sue 1101-61,62,157
Kennedy, Eileen 1111-49,156
Kennedy, Kathy 191-157
Kennedy, Mike 11 11-156
Kerr, Susan 1101-31,157
Kidd, Sherri 11 11-18,32,52,1 10,1 12,156
Kielnecker, Frank 1111-77,79,156
King, Scott 191-157
King, Teri 191-30,157
Kingsford, Steve 1101-157
Kistler, Jeff 191-27,157
Kline, Denise 1121-134
Kline, Mike 1101-157
Knight, Daien 1111-156
Knight, Kathy 1101-49,157
Knight, Robert 191-157
Knox, Bill 11 11-156
Kommel, Kay 11 11-156
Konecny, Patty 1121-23,45,6l,134
Kongable, Diane 11 11-50,67,120,l56
Koppleman, Paul 1121-134
Kovary, Laura 1121-25,67,134
Kreth, Henry 191-157
Kreth, Lori 11 11-32,158
Krieger, Chris 191-157
Krieger, Kim 11 11-59,60,69,158,167
Kucera, Kay 1101-157
Kuegemann, Bob 191-158
aCognata, John 1121-49,135
Laffoon, Joyce 11 11-62,100,158
LaFromboise, Joe 1121-135
LaFromboise, Michele 191-158
Lake, Karla 11 11-158
Lake, Karyn 11 11-158
Lake, Paula 1101-31,157
Lamay, Lori 1101-100,101,157
Lamay, Tom 1121-33,135
Lambert, Howard 191-77,158
Landreth, Debbie 1121-56,57,65, 100,104,
Lanphere, Kathy 191-65,158,159
Lappen, Gregg 11 11-21,158
Larson, Kirsten 1111-61,62
Laster, Tim 1101-76,157
Laubach, Glenn 11 11-158
Lawrence, John 1121-95,135
Layne, Pam 1101-66,159
Lebowe, Kirk 1121-39,413,135
Lebowe, Randy 191-38,158
Lee, Ron 1101-159
Legendre, Kevin 191-77,158
Legendre, Laurie 1101-24,159
Leggett, Bill 11 11-158
LeMasurier, David 1121-135
Lemier, Fred 191-158
Lemieux, Jim 1101-61,159
Lemon, Faye 1121-32,135
Leslie, Cindy 1121-24,135,181
Leslie, Lisa 191- 1 07, 1 58
Leslie, Maureen 11 11-32,50,5l,158
Letcher, Drake 11 11-25,158
Liles, Neil 1101-159
Lingaitis, Doug 1121-135
Linke, George 191-77,158
Linke, Peggy 11 11-159
Linke, Rudi 1121-37,95,135
Linn, John 1121-108,135
Loer, Curtis 191-33,59,77,159
Lollar, Michael 191-159
Long, Sam 1121-40,118,135
Lowe, Chris 191-121,159
Lowe, Curtis 191-33,82,l59
Lucero, Debbie 1121-136
Luikens, Matt 1121-121,136
Luttrell, William 191-49,77,159
Lutz, Karen 1121-32,136
Lytle, Joe 1101-108,159
acDowell, Mark 1101-159
Maclntosh, Lucy 1101-48,49,59,69,159
Mack, Carolyn 191-19,104,107,159,171,173
Mack, Charles, 1111-159
Mack, Jamey 191-49,62,1 60,
Mack, Mike 1101-154
Mack, Tony 1121-33,121,136
Mackenzie, Mark 191-160
Mackin, Linda 1111-32,50
Troy Atkeson, Doug Clarke, and Tyrone Watson sample foods made by fellow students.
MacLean, Sandy 1121-136
Magee, Karen 11 11-61,100,120,159
Magraudy, Robin 1121-136
Maguellor, Raul 1101-90
Maples, Tom 1101-159
Markle, Kathryn 1121-104,120,136
Markle, Parry 191-77,84,l60
Marroquin, Carlos 11 11-159
Martin, Greg 191-77,160
Martin, Jerry 1101-95,164
Martin, Linda 191-20,49,l60
Martin, Pam 191-160
Martinez, Scott 191-95,160
Mason, Nancy 1121-32,136
Matchett, Juanita 191-30,160
Matchctt, Tim 1121-49,136
Matthews, Bruce 191-91,107,160
May, Larry 191-1 12,160
May, Laurel 1101-164
McAdams, Alvin 191-77,160
McAlear, Kathy 1111-159
McA1ear, John 191-160
McAllister, Terese 11 11-32,l06,I20,159
McAtee, Tom 1121-136
McCann, Doug 1101-90
McCann, Jamie 11 11-89
McCarthy, Bob 1101-90,164
McCarthy, Paul 101-160
McCauley, Jim 191-160
McClary, Gary 1101-76,164
McCullough, Cheryl 191-162
McDonnell, Tim 1121-25,41,49,54,55,136
McDonough, Kathy 191-162
McDown, Ed 1101-76,164
McGregor, Jeanne 11 11-61,120,159
Mclntosh, Kim 1101-68,164
Mclntyre, Doug 1101-82,1 18,164
McKean, John 1101-164
McKee, Joy 1121-136
McKeown, Kent 1121-1361
McKinley, Mike 11 11-159
McLees, Cindy 1101-48,49,1 64
McManus, Tim 1101-164
McMinn, James 1101-164
McMullin, Terry 1121-136
McNaughton, Tod 11 11-41,49,54,55,59,60
McNulty, Gail 11 11-31,50,120,160,l80
Melton, Kelly 1101-76,164
Melton, Ron 1121-136
Meredith, Robert 11 11-17,160
Metcalfe, Rich 191-162
Middleton, Julie 191-1 7,30,107,162
Middleton, Laura 11 1 1-32,50,120,160
Miera, Randy 1121-137
Mikulchik, Cara 11 11-25,160
Mikulchik, Tani 1101-160
Miles, Kenny 191-162
Miller, Cherie 11 11-50,59,l 19,120,160
Miller, Donna 1121-137
Miller, Jeff 191-162
Miller, Kim 11 11-49,161
Miller, Lorie 191-30,52, 147, 162
Miller, Paul 11 11-161
Milleville, Jerese 1121-53,57,59,65, 109,
Milner, Karen 1101-100,101,160
Misner, Patti 1121-137
akleaf, Evelyn 1121-137
Mitter, Bonnie 11 11-161
Mittie, Laura 11 11-32,69,161
Moessl, Mike 1101-160
Mohr, Craig 1111-78,161
Mohr, Dale 191-162
Moncrief, Terry 1121-72,75,137
Monson, Cheryl 1101-48,49,160
Monson, Karen 1101-69,160
Monson, Matt 191-162
Monson, Mike 11 11-161
Montz, Debbie 1101-23,61,65,100,l60
Montz, Wayne 191-77,162
Moore, Connie 1121-26,50,137
Moore, Lynne 1121-26
Morehead, Diane 1121-57,59,64,65,137
Morgan, Susan 11 11-49,161
Moriarty, Noreen 11 11-31,161
Moriarty, Vicki 191-30,52,l62
Morris, Theresa 1121-67,137
Mortesen, Susan 11 11-161
Mosseri, Charlene 191-163
Motta, Bob 11 11-41,49,54,55,l61
Motta, Joe 1101-160
Motta, Susan 1101-69,160,168
Mowad, Danny 1101-160
Mullen, Patricia 1101-160
Mullins, Man 1121-72,96,97,98,99, 137
Mullins, Ray 191-49,163
Murphy, Shannon 1101-61,68,161
Murphy, Sharon 1111-59,61,163
Myres, Mike 11 11-163
Myres, Tammy 1101-161
agel, Eric 1121-75
Nagel, J oyce 1101-161
Nagel, Sherry 1111-163
Neally, Susan 1101-31,59,100,161
Neff, Dave 11 11-163
Nelson, Neani 1111-32,163
Nelson, Neil 1101-76,161
Nevin, Tom 191-163
Newman, Brenda 11 11-26,32,100,120,163
Newman, Elizabeth 11 11-32,53,1 13,163
Newman, Joe 1121-42,137
Nikolovski, Vera 191-163
Noel, John 1111-49,163
Norkevich, Frank 1101-109
Nusbaum, Bill 191-49,59,77,163
Nusbaum, Sue 11 11-22,50,6O,68,163,180
Oberschelp, Jim 1111-163
Oberschelp, Suzie 1101-31,161
Oien, Andy 1111-163
Oien, Denise 1101-100,161,170
Ollivares, Richard 11 11-94,95, 1 63
O'Neill, Connie 1101-161
O' Neill, Debbie 1121-26,137
O'Neill, Steven 1121-33,138
Orens, Rick 1101-161
Osborne, Christopher 191-68
Osnower, Lisa 1101-49,59,61,1 14,1 17,166
adjen, Karen 11 11-50,51,61,120,164,180
Page, Jennifer 191-30, 163
Pak, Andrew 11 11-59
Palmer, Bill 1111-164
Palmer, Mimi 1101-146,l66, 170
Panayiotou, Stacie 191-164
Parsoneault, Mark 1121-138
Paterson, Gail 1101-166
Paterson, John 1111-164
Patterson, Susan 1101-166
Patterson, Tracy 191-31,59,l00,l64
Pawlowski, Rick 1111-41,49,67,l16,121,l55,
Pearson, Kirk 11 11-164
Peck, Mike 191-164
Pedersen, Beth 191-69,164
Pedersen, Peggy 1121-138
Pennington, Chris 11 11-49,165
Pennington, Holly 1121-57,138
Perkins, Cindy 1121-32,50,56,57,104,l38
Perkins, Stewart 191-77,165
Peterson, Frank 11 11-108
Peterson, Mike 1121-138
Peterson, Richard 1121-77,138
Petrovich, Nina 1101-166
Pierson, Kathy 1121-59,100,106,138
Pijas, Joe 1121-138
Ping, Sherry 1121-23,32,43,57,138
Pitney, Debbie 1101-53,65,100,153,166
Platt, Pat 1101-76,166
Platt, Sherri 1101-166
Pockett, Cheryl 1121-138
Poey, Stan 1111-28,49,59,165
Poor, Tim 1101-121,165
Popiel, Wendy 1111-22,60,66,165
Porter, Maureen 11 11-165
Powell, Chris 11 11-49,54,165
Powell, ZoeAnn 1101-31,166
Preston, Natalie 1101-166
Price, Jackie 191-30,165
Price, Nancy 1111-165
Provencher, Thomas 191-165
Puffer, Debi 1111-32,53,54,1l3,165
Purvis, Joe 11 11-72,75,86,87, 150
, Karen 1121-24,138
, Steve 191-95,165
uisenberry, Candy 191-30,65,1 14,117,165
Quisenberry, Mike 1121-19,138
amey, Julie 11 11-165
Ramsay, Sandy 11 11-53,165
Ramsay, Sue 191-3O,60,165
Ramsey, Juanita 1121-2l,32,53,57,64,65,
Randall, Jeanette 11 11-165
Randall, Jill 1101-49,167
Randall, Rodney 1121-49,77,79,l39
Randall, Steve 1101-49,76,90,l 19,167
Randall, Tim 1121-29,41,49,67,139
Rauda, Pat 1101-52,167
Reardon, Kim 1101-32,49,59,61,l00,167
Reed, Cindy 1101-167
Reed, Dennis 11 11-166
Reed, Julie 1101-167
Reed, Rick 1121-139
Reed, Scott 1121-139
Reitberger, Tami 1121-139
Renfro, Kathleen 1121-139
Retzlaff, Fred 1121-139
Reynoso, Ernest 1121-139
Rhee, YaeSook 11 11-30,69,166
Rhode, Steve 1121-139
Rich, Greg 1101-90,167
Rich, Jeff 191-91,165
Richardson, Kyle 1101-167
Richardson, Michelle 191-165
Richmond, Suzan 1101-31,167
Riggins, Dennis 1121-72,75,87,l39
Riggins, Mike 1101-76,90
Riggs, Bill 1121-139
Riggs, Lauren 11 11-25,29,5O,59,67, 166
Roach, Darrell 1111-87,166
Roberts, Diane 1121-59,139
Roberts, Gerald 191-165
Robertson, Diana 1121-140
Robison, Allison 191-165
Robison, John 1111-39,166
Robley, Shane 1101-76,167
Rodgerson, Pete 1101-162
Rodriquez, Juan 1121-140
Rodriquez, Teresa 11 11-166
Romano, Jim 191-165
Romano, Theresa 1101-50,59,60,162
Romine, Dona 191-30,165
Romine, Phil 1101-162
Rowson, Kyle 1121-140
Rowson, Susan 1101-31
Rowson, Tom 1111-75,105,166
Rozelle, Ron 11 11-160,166
Rozelle, Tom 1101-162
Ruis, Cindy 191-167
Ruis, Randy 11 11-60,62,106, 149,166
Runnings, Laura 191-167
Runnings, Mike 1101-162
Russell, Danny 191-91
Ruta, Phil 1101-59,95,162
, afarian, Kelli 191-167
Salaz, Larry 11 11-78,167
Salaz, Ray 1101-162
Salazar, Max 1101-54,78,79, 162
Sant, Teresa 11 11-66,67,167
Santia, Suzanne 191-167
Saran, Valerie 1121-140
Sauls, Jim 1101-162
Saylor, Barbara 11 11-68,120,167
Saylor, Janet 11 21-29,50,51, 140
Schaefer, Lynore 191- 1 67
Schaffer, Virginia 1121-140
Scheu, Ray 11 11-167
Schmidt, Jane 11 11-59,60,l68
Schmutz, Gary 1121-140
Schoenmeier, Colleen, 1101-21,163
Schuldt, Jill 1101-78,80, 1 63
Schultz, Scott 1121-24,140
Scribner, Theresa 1121-140
Shafer, Irene 1121-140
Shaffer, Walter, 11 15-24,168
Shanks, Mike 11 15-87,93,l68
Shirkey, Jill 195-167
Shriver, Sam 1125-54,55,87, 140,180
Simmons, Kim 1105-163
Simpson, Claire 11 15-168
Sims, Cindy 1105-100,163
Skriver, Brad 195-167
Skriver, David 1105-163
Skriver, Tim 1105-76,163
Smith, Bob 11 15-168
Smith Bryan 1125-37 72 73,75,140
Taylor, Denise 1125-141
Taylor, Renee 11 15-170
Taylor, Tammy 1105-60,169
Teixeira, Eliana 1125-62,63,69,l 17, 141
Thamann, Jim 1125-75
Thomas, Cheryl 1125-45,141
Thomas, Cindy 1105-100,169
Thomas, Kathie 11 15-59,60,62,170
Thomas, Jim 195-168
Thomas, Joseph 195-168
Thomas, Tricia 1115-106,115,170
Smith, Debbie 1125-31,140
smith, Kathy 195-167
Smith, Kim 1125-140
Smith, Kim 1115-168
Smith, Lori 195-167
Smith, Randolph 1105-163
Smith, Richard 1125-33,72,140
smith, Robert 1125-108,141
Smith, Scott 195-167
Marshall 11 15-168
Snow, Christine 11 15-168
snow, Rick 1105-76,90,l63
Soto, Tom 1125-72,74,96,99,141
n, Jamie 1105-3l,50,59,6l,65,l63
Sperb, Bob 1125-32,33,121
Stacy, Scott 11 15-168
Stahl, David 195-168
Stanley, Barbara 1105-163
Stanley, Virginia 195-30,168
Stapleton, Lorna 195-168
Stapleton, Nina 11 15-168
Steichen, Todd 1125-108,141
Stegman, Becky 1115-31
Stegman, Joe 1105-33,75,1 18,168
Stenberg, Art 11 15-25,67,168,204
Stenberg, Scott 1105-168
Stephens, Nancy 1115-24,168
Stevens, Clyde 1105- 1 9, 1 68
Stevens, Joy 1125-32,141
Stevens, Valerie 195-168
Stiers, Casey, 11 15-43,169
Thompson, Eugene 1125-142
Thompson, Rich 195-169
Tidwell, Dru 1105-31,169,170
Tidwell, Eric 1125-72,75,96,97,1 15,1 17,
Tinker, Glen 1125-142
Tobiason, Bob 1105-108
Tonnies, Patricia 1105-169
Tracy, Mark 11 15-170
Trainer, Mike 1125-33
Triplett, Jack 1115-170
Triplett, Tammy 1105-145,171
Trocosso, Angela 195-169
Tschumi, Colette 195-169
Tsosie, Evelyn 11 15-170
Tucker, Greg 1105-171
Tucker, Ray 195-77,91 ,169
Turino, Barbara 1125-23,32,59,61,142
Turino, Becky 195-170
Tweedie, Vicki 1105-60,171
Tyrrell, Kerin 11 15-23,59,61 ,171
anBuren, Diane 11 15-171
Van de Perre, Anne 1125-56,61,62,63,69,
VanDrie, Mary 1125-28,50,6l,l42
VanHeuven, Lita 1105-171
VanNatta, Rochelle 1105-31,171
Stiers, Joe 11 25-41,42,54, 141
Stocks, Chris 1125-141
Stocks, John 1105-168
Stoops, Diana 1105-59,169
Stout, LeeAva 1115-169
Stout, Robin 1105-60,169
Streiiinger, Chris 1105-50,169,172
Stroh, John 11 15-59,73,75,169
Sturm, Fred 11 15-169
Summers, Mary 195-168
Sundquist, Karen 1105-31,59,6l,l69
Sutherland, Mike 1125-72,75,141
Swancara, John 1105-60,169
Swanson, Karen 195-166,168
Swanson, Keith 11 15-170
Swiatly, Leo 11 15-170
Swift, Vicky 1105-35,109,169
Swire, Mark 11 15-84,170
Synadinos, Chris 1125-141
ailor, Terry 1105-35
Tate, Linda 195-168
Vermeulen, Jonathan 195-68,170
Vickery, Connie 11 15-53,171
Vidmar, Barbara 11 15-60,171
Vidmar, Rich 195-77,170
Vinson, Marc 1105-76,171
Voigt, John 195-77,170
Volk, Greg 11 15-171
agg, Bill 1105-60,62,l7l
, Kathryn 195-30,32,l70
, Wendy 195-170
Wagnon, Kathy 1125-57,59,92,l00, 101 ,142
Walker, Alan 1125-72,75,1 10,142
Walker, Joel 11 15-25
Walker, Julie 11 15-171
Walker, Rick 11 15-171
Walker, Robin 11 15-173
Wallace, Clinton 1105-171
Walsh, Terry 195-77,170
Walter, Kim 195-170
Walter, Rick 1125-142
Ward, Mitch 1125-95,142
Wardrop, Carol 195-30,151,170
Warmbrodt, Dana 1105-76,172
Watson, Tyrone 1105-76,172,205
Webb, Cindy 195-69,170
Webster, Erica 1115-50,5l,l71,l80
Weiner, Paul 195-170
Weisenseel, Barbara 1105-172
Weisenseel, Nita 1125-143
Wellfonder, Steve 1105-172
Wenzel, Harry 1125-43,143
Werner, Julie 1105-27,39, 173
Werner, Vickie 1125-143
West, Tony 195-77,171
Westover, Julie 1125-50,51 ,66,143
Westover, Karen 195-171
Weyant, Liz 11 15-109,173
Weyant, Susan 195-52,113,171
Wheeler, Brent 195-171
Wheeler, Carol 11 15-173
Wheeler, Craig 11 15-173
Wheeler, Tim 1115-173
Whitcomb, Alan 1105-1 10,173
Whitcomb, Keith 195-172
Whitford, Elizabeth 1105-173
Whitford, Leisa 1115-173
Wiegers, Marie 195-172
Wiitala, June 1105-173
Wiley, Joel 195-172
Wiley, Kimberly 1125-l8,32, 105,106 143
Willingham, Joe 11 15-121,173
Willingham, Patti 195-30,172
Wilson, David 195-172
Wilson, Herb 195-172
Wilson, Tod 11 15-173
Wilton, Lorne 195-77, 172
Witt, Carol 1125-32,62,143
Wolfsberger, Kirk 1125-78,143
Wood, Jeanna 1105-173
Woods, Terry 195-172
Work, Ann 1125-45,143
Work, Greg 1105-173
Worthern, Marc 1105-33,173
Wray, Mark 1115-121,173
Wray, Steve 1105-173
asin, Todd 1125-143
Young, Dora 195-68,172
Young, Lynn 11 15-68,173
Young, Mike 195-17,172
aengle, Francie 195-172
Zaengle, Rita 195-172
Zapata, Rachel 1115-173
Zeier, Russ 1105-173
Zeiler, Vickie 1125-143
Zieler, Tom 1105-76,90,l73
Zobel, Julie 1125-143
Zopfi, Chuck 1125-54,87,93,96,106 143
Zubia, Irma 11 15-22,173
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pated long hours of work, they bore disappointments
and sometimes guilt for mistakes, and they shared the
joys and pride that go with the accomplishment of ful-
fillment. I would like to convey a special thank you to
those students who helped make this book a reality. A
special thanks is extended to Mr. Wagner, our year-
book representative, and American Yearbook, for the
publication of this l974 Golden Eagle. I would also like
to thank Roberts' Studio, Mr. Henderson and his stu-
dents, and all other teachers and patrons of time or
money for their help in producing this yearbook. Last
but far from the least, I would like to express my deepest
gratitude and thanks to Mrs. Peterson, our advisor,
whose guidance, assistance, and special efforts to make
this the best book possible were appreciated more than
words can express.
Gone forever is the school year of 1973-74. Gone, but
not forgotten. The memories are firmly pressed between
the pages of time. It is hoped that the memories of
laughter, tears, disappointments, victories, defeats, and
dreams that made up this unique year as expressed in the
1974 Golden Eagle will have a positive effect on the
For as time moves on, a constant trickle of sand slip-
ping through the hour glass, so must we move forward.
Forward into an age that will bring new truths, wisdoms
and challenges, like those of yesterday, today and
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