Farrington High School - Ke Kiaaina Yearbook (Honolulu, HI)

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THE? NEW IQLIHI IQ IQAAINTXJ GDICTIONAIQIJ 1975 EDITION THE LARGEST ABUSEMENT OF HAWAII'S NEW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL DICTIONARY AND HISTORY Wallace Rider Farrington High School, Publishers KALIHI 0 HONOLULU 0 OAHU 0 HAWAII 0 THE WORLD PREFACE History of the Dictionary. The NEW KALIHI KE KIAAINA DICTIONARY, 1975 Edition, is an entirely new Work. Its newness does not represent a break from the past but rather a change in format. It is a record of the language and events to meet the imagination and reminiscence of each high school scholar. Some facts have been rearranged to add to the color of the events. Illustrations have been carefully chosen as aids to the definitions of scholastic life. The editor, special editors, and spe- cial consultants have had available the outstanding examples of past books and histories, infamous purveyors of gossip, and artists-in-residence of Room 116. It is impossible to thank adequately all who helped in this cooperative ef- fort, but We are especially grateful to the kids of Kalihi who provide the dia- lect, action, and color for this project. Mr. Tom Seu and Mr. George Kodama, photography consultants, Mr. Rodney Lim and Miss J o-Anne Kushima, typog- raphy specialists, Mr. Ah Chew Goo, printing consultant, Mrs. Sherilyn Tom, resident psychologist and cheer- leader, and Mr. Noah Webster and Mr. Samuel Johnson, idea originators, have given helpful counsel and support Whenever needed. To them We are deeply indebted. The Staff Irene Baxa, Editor-in-Chief QJNG To Cc x fb ililllllgligllgllglllglllllilh. S l JFQ "" - 4 6 F 1 r, f 'Q mf Q Q Q 56 fu' SQYX school school school school school Cskoolj, n. fFrom AS. sco- Cfr. LJ and fr. OF. escole CF. ecolej fr. L. schola, fr. Gr. schole leisure that in which leisure is employed lecture, a school.j 1. 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" , A I i 'WW TV3ew ws9Sw4:24grim,w- ervice givers Rushing students, staff signs of the time 'M 1 'E cv 4 1 1 fe fi 542 M, S I 'N W 1 ,uw Loud cheers pronounce succe 'Wa ffl n class, on playing field ru 3 lf' 4 R , I M. I A ww A 1 . 5' A gf Y ', I , M. , 1? ,JP ' L- - 5: gE-- 3 1 44- . ,Ig V , S L , Af, H ff If I n'-Q . in I k i A ,-fx iiimfr ik 'a ' Q fm, . ,, www ,4, .My 3 L 3 A N ,-if 2 f ,I ,wp - Wg. A . f Q gg, Q Q, ,P a Q Q r , , MF. Y WA M f ' ' kim , rags 5 'MS 26 'No more books' rhyme E if with 'peculiar looks' but fun, fun, fun f Sf Students seek abbreviated classes ng recesses K i ,J ,gf f EW n.,?. e , ,gf , O 5.141 lk lm n. organizations organizations organizations organizations organizations organizations organizations organizations organizations Sf organizations for' gen e za' shensj, n., plural. 1. Friends grouped to carry out common goals, public service, fun, and education. 2. State of manner of being organ- ized. 3. That which is organized, e.g. Student Council, SOC, home- room. I ft Carol-Sue Chun Rodney Fujisaki President Vice President June Calicdan Service Mei Nakamoto '::k Student Activities Carol Okimi Student Welfare ,, 1 4 ! Rochelle Peiler Natalie Ing Secretary Finance ,,,,.-an-l""' I Miss Kanenaka makes final arrangements for the Christrn tree sale. r gn. JJ :L 'Vg :avl- June and Gorgonia bundle Christmas trees for customers. g-fl.. fi w Student Council Unlike the years prior to this one, the Student louncil officers except the president, were cho- en, instead of being elected into office. But other than that, the goals of Student Coun- il remained the same. Student Council worked ard to combat student apathy by organizing ac- vities such as the turkey-frisbee tossing contest. Although there were some drawbacks due to ie loss of activities, the year turned out to be a ood one. Student Council sponsored the Sophomore Welcome Dance, the Winter Prom, talent show, rid the May Day program. founcil re-organizes to meet needs effectively Govs boogie at the Student Council's Homecoming Dance. 33 Pep squad drums up sp1r1 Pep Squad To light a spark of enthusiasm, the pep squad shouted out cheers in hopes of boosting the mo- rale and spirit of the student body. Outfitted in maroon and White sweaters, the pep squad put in many hours of practice to learn the different victory and battle cries. Rain or shine, they ignited the enthusiasm of the student body at Governor games. fClockwise from top rightj Tears are a telltale sign of victory. Cindy forgets a cheer, but Terrie and Wanette keep up the spirit. And the beat goes on. . . 'J o spark Gov go-get-'em . W Gail, Angie, Victoria, and Noreen perfect their , 4"' f'Z.,,f' , -aff '35 R 'Z ', 1' if, . - """' 4' f J , - all , . . ,fw.?1vb5'i"e""1"'f M'bfM"' """ , ,,. A 0 'J kicks for a Rockettes audition. J . .. K K ' v , . , ? 'Y if "ff 3 ffifl-nfl. , . ,. ,,fff"""' W 'L' 'wi ' 'W' 'P """' ,Ck if if , we 1 ':a L 9259 Q31 4-'e . 1 ,',' ' ""' 1 H, -1 s1m'e1,,a i'w"' AIN-+f"!' 'ifmrf' 1 ,. ff J is K ' 'Noe la' 't " M " ,'Auu'If'x4e2A"Zf - K lPep Squad. Kneeling: Cindy Asuncion, Terrie Tokumoto. Gail Kanagusuku, Angie Pacquing, Vickie Kapua, Noreen iJosie Gandeza, Wanette Tsukiyama, Cathleen Campo, Mar- Tanno, Colleen Ramones, Melody Kauweloa, Barbara Dacos- 'ilyn Remegio, Rebecca Aspree, Cari-Lee Wright, Donna Aba- cos, Kaui Castro, Phillip Caneso. bon, Grace Valencia, Renee fmascotj. Standing: Jessica Anae. 35 Q FLUTES Renee Arakaki Alfred Casayuran Norine Fujioka Grace Ginoza Audrey Higa Iris Isa Sharon Isa Sandra Ito Carolyn Kikuchi Naomi Kitayama Mei Nakamoto Gail Nakano Phyllis Shimabukuro Susan Yamaguchi CLARINETS Wenda Agena MaryAnn Akamine David Cabagbag Bert Fujii Renee Gushiken Susan Higa Daniel Jandoc Avis Kaneshiro Wendy Kuwana Lorna Maedo Edgar Quarto BASSOON Lynne Furutani OBOE Daniel Chung Miles Sakaguchi ALTO CLARINET Byron Hikida Clinton Kamei Clayton Sorayama BASS CLARINET Randal Au Stanley Miyazaki Galen Onouye FRENCH HORN Gary Chew Kent Kishi Eydie Miyashiro Jane Morita Jared Nazarino Acorday Onlina Genevieve Young ALTO SAX James Kauanoe Nathan Kim Alton Nishiyama Ted Oto TENOR SAX Charles Bonilla Rodney Fujisaki Ronald Noguchi BARI SAX Randall Maki BARITONES Chepilov Gamboa Matthew Higashida Derek Iwai 36 1 BASS Herbert Huihui James Lazarte Glenn Yoshiyama TRUMPET Malvin Horikami Richard Horiuchi Russell Ishida Eric Kunichika Curtis Lum Michael Rabe Myron Seu Lester Tengan Larry Tsuchiyama TROMBONE Brian Fukunaga Luke Hamada Robert Marzo Robert Minei Roly Nuesco Chris Simeona Bruce Teraoka Kurt Tokumi Warren Young PERCUSSION Michael Arita Johnson Bolibol Edward Felipe Alvin Higa Edwin Ho Alan Megia Conductor Mr. Steven Hirahara it FARRINGTO JN 34521 his mmm' ie Wind Symphony performs 21 Christmas 0011- irt for tourists at the Ilikai. Bruce and Rolly decide to sit one out during marching practice. u if . I K Wind Symphony Under the directorship of Mr. Steven Hirahara and Mr. Derrick Yamane, the Farrington High School band completed a busy, active, and re- warding year. Members worked to better their f sounds in sectionals and full rehearsals held af- ,ww ter school. Advanced and Concert Band and Wind Sym- phony musicians performed at pep rallies, pa- rades, games, and other community functions. Students participated in fund-raising activities to help finance a trip to the mainland for a week of fun and performances. Seethoven to Bacharach by T1 ir f be 1 . ,5ng1yq4M,,i .traev 4 37 ,didn Orchestra pre Carole displays her ability to play even while watch- ing Mr. Yamane's baton. Orchestra The Farrington High School Symphonic Or chestra, meeting for weekly rehearsals, practicec for perfection under the direction of Mr. Derricl Yamane. The talented musicians performed their sound: of music with vigor and feeling for the studen body at their Christmas Concert. They also helm a Spring Concert in Which they featured popular contemporary, and traditional classical pieces. Climaxing the year, the students enjoyed a fun filled trip in California with the band during thi Easter vacation. i sents singing strin i 1st VIOLINS Lily Dung Clifton Gueco Grace Higashino Lori-Ann Ishihara Ann Kubota April Matsumura Carole Shijo So Ying Tang 2nd VIOLINS Marilyn Au Majorie Chun Charles Dung Carmen Manuel Jayne Nakamura Elizabeth Nieto Julie Pagaduan Debora Suzuki Carmelita Tacderan Faith Tanigawa Dolores Tibayan Doreen Yamane VIOLAS Wanda Ching Felycres Edmalin Becky Hee Damiana Rideb Sandra Yanai CELLOS Donald Booth Myrna Cacalda Kathy Kaneshiro Amy Nakamura Thomas Yamachika BASSES Mark Kiuchi Greg Tanida Jonathan Vellez FLUTES Alfred Casayuran Grace Ginoza Sharon Isa OBOES Daniel Chung Miles Sakaguchi Bb CLARINET Susan Higa Lance Uchida BASS CLARINET Stanley Miyazaki ALTO CLARINET James Kauanoe Ted Oto HORNS Neal Akamine Jane Morita TRUMPET Russel Ishida Curtis Lum TROMBONE Warren Young BARITONE Michael Shoji TUBA James Lazarte PERCUSSION Johnson Bolibol Alvin Higa Edwin Ho Conductor Mr. Derrick Yamane 39 ff' ,g Saau, Julia, Cindy, and Tapu create their own "family jam", While C01 fbelowl mm ml Ringing voices thrill school an SlI'ig,ll'1 LIHISOH, ffm' "ii'i r e N4 ,fr--W, f' R ' , Ji, A' If 5, 4 +A ,g ,, ,E ,G,! fisilifwi A M . ,ii 15191 A wa .C ff 'ffl' 9 'iv ,ni . SENIOR CHOIR. First row: Zariai Thornton, Drusilla Y baw, Alicia Aiwohi, Raynette Ruiz, Remedios Corpuz, 'l dora Espresion, Roxanne Castro, Cathleen Higa, Lauri Mundon. Georgia Brown, Stephanie Andrade, Victoria Kay Second row: Gloria Rodrigues, Darlene Cuizon, Charl Reid, Joette Hosea, Deceree Rivera, Dean Lining, Philip C i' I I n Choir and Polynesian Instruments Blending sweet voices and harmonic chords, ie choir, led by Mr. Lemuel Aweau, and the olynesian Instruments classes under the direc- on of Mr. Ted Yanagihara, once again provided ie school and community with melodic strains. Their devoted practice day after day showed up 1 their polished concerts before the student ody, faculty, and administration. Appointments to fulfill the invitations to per- Jrm at feeder schools, various hotels, and com- iunity centers were squeezed between their an- ual Christmas and spring concerts. ommunity audiences Dean and Donnie entertain freshmen at an orientation assembly. lg, V. Q . a. , Jil, W 9 at v. fi. qs I .ea ,T 04' Fo, Alvina Gaspar. Fualaau Sooto, Melody Kauweloa, sitta Dionne, Angeline Pacquing, Jessica Anae. Third row: ia-nda May Daniels, Cindy Renken, Rosalind Hyde, Noelani Lla, Vincent Ababon. Wilson Tamayo, Brice Jacosalem, nnie Camarillo, Mark Fernandez, Franklin Puni, Paulava poaga. X tv, I 41 ef Eydie conjures up her Ka11h1 Kax Elementary skxlls to prepare copy for the newspaper dummy Whlle on the other side of the wall in Room 116 Rocky Irene and Nat plot yearbook layouts. '.,zI, W Pub11ca,t1ons ve v., ,, V MQ!" ua-,,,1MW -M" .al Stan Dean George and James pour over the sports section. Publications Staff members of Farrington's two publications. he Ke Kiaaina and the Governor, spent the year rushing to meet deadlines. Working frantically to :omplete their typing, cutting, and pasting, they xaorifioed their time to complete their Work. Students rushed. rushed, rushed to complete he 1975 annual. Through all the tension and frus- rations they tried to remain sane, but unfortu- iately. a few members of the staff ended up valking around like zombies by the end of the 'ear. Running about getting information, the Gov- rnor staff made it their goal to get the latest tews in black and White. rom one deadline to 'tbl N-Q4-V THE PUBLICATIONS STAFFERS. On the cab: Floyd Matsuda., James Hokama, Hubert Olipares, Clifton Gueco, George Mones. Driver's seat: Irene Baxa, Run- ning board: Carol-Sue Chun, Eden Yawn. In bed: Debbie Mr. Inforzato helps Jonathan Yak put on the finishing touches to his column a la Hedda Hopper. J' vnu-D Q another v . - - A ff..-' '-'. ,A . '- Q. Miles, Roxanne Ohta, Lorna Ordonez, Verna Tomita, Eydie Miyashiro, Lorna. Maedo, Tessie Barayuga. Second row: Natalie Young, Stephanie Meyer, Michele Olandy, Roberta Garrett, Marilyn Pasion. Michael aims for the turkey to win a pumpkin pie. Student Organizations Council The Student Organizations Council unite clubbers to promote relations between differe: organizations and to give them a voice in Stude: Council. With Mr. Hiroshi Tanaka as adviser ar Arthur Carter as chairman, activities got unde way. Members got to know each other despite tl scrambling and hustling of the annual mone making huli-huli chicken sale. The organizatioi also participated in the sale of Christmas trees At year's end an awards banquet was held give recognition to the most outstanding soci: vocational, and service organizations. Clubbers unite to wallop apath ,,...,...a0u ,,.....-pang ,.....-n-audi , . . guy The Spanish Club competes with Leonard's Bakery. 2 County Fair allows Mr. Minami to display his pitching arm for everyone. Carol and Eugene fbelowj e a break between chicken sales. 'K '17 'Q' 'ith wholesome activities Ne .- 'Q ,aw il Alejandro, Elviro Arakaki, Renee Baxa, Irene Bautista, Nida Bonilla., Silverio Carranza., Elvira Chun, Carol-Sue Fujioka, Norine Gately, Jack Ing, Natalie Isa, Iris Kawakami, Elvina Kwong, Wai Chak Longboy, Melinda Ohta, Roxanne Okimi, Carol Peiler, Rochelle Shiroma, Susan Shimabukuro, Phyllis Shimoda, Lynn Solanzo, Bernardita Tomasu, Carol Tomita, Verna Young, Natalie Mr. Henry Chun Adviser Mr. Lloyd Kawahara. Adviser Biology Club X. be I P .x,'A K The Biology Club involves students who are interested in the biological sciences and who want to learn more about that field. The club en- gaged in field trips, service projects, picnics, and lectures to promote social unity between the members. Biology scholarships Were awarded to the most deserving club members. To culminate their year together, the club held a banquet in honor of the senior club members. Farrington Christian Fellowship q . Farrington Christian Fellowship was formed some years ago from a national college movement and involves the members in Christian activities. Helping each member grow as individuals through Christian fellowship was an important focus in the club. Overnighters, Socials with other fellowships, and picnics kept the members busy during the year, along with such annual events as Christmas caroling, an Easter camp and a banquet to end the year. Akamine, Mary Ann Alania, Marcia Baxa, Irene Chung, Daniel Gushiken, Renee Hatori, Anna Ino, Deanna Ino, Susanna Kaneshiro, Dean Kiuchi, Lisa Martinez, Gloria Miyahira, Thomas Miyamoto, Guy Nakabayashi, Rod Nakamoto, Ann Nakamura, Gail Ogata, Beverly Pascual, Abraham Takara, Anne Takara, Gail Uechi, Arlene Yamada, Nancy Yamanaka, Anne Mrs. Minnie Liu Adviser Mrs. Debi N ancarrow Adviser Miss Diane Uemura Adviser Aeio, Buenaflor Agustin, Nicetas Balantac, Serefina Bayang, Matilde Bayudan, Shirley Bonilla, Lourdes Caneso, Philip Espejo, Corazon FeBenito, Pernille Fontanilla, Cielita Funtanilla, Oscar Mabute, Dionicio Malapit, Priscilla Manguino, Mary Ann Obra, Marcelina Pascua, Bona Pascua, Wilson Quiming, Magdalena Rabanal, Arlene Ramirez, Myrna Ramos, Gloria Sagucio, Eden Sagucio, Margarita Soliven, Cecilio Tabiolo, Teresito Tamboa., Evelyn Vallejo, Eder Vendiola, Rowena Verzosa, RoseMarie Mrs. Ethel Ward Adviser 48 Filipino-American Youth Club if ff 1 i b,'. fQ:es::.f, o ff' an KW f I . .,.r,..a . 'Q if 5 W HAI' 5 rf .QA ,,., . Q . M,ii??.g 2 42 i 5' , 1' Q f fs W 4 L. 11" fu. A , .. : 5 9 L I 2, 1 The Fil-American Youth Club was or- ganized in 1969 to provide a social and recreational outlet for the increasing num- ber of Filipino students at Farrington. Their goals were to help the immigrant students adjust to the American way of life, to actively participate in school events, and to provide leadership training for future community involvement. Book-collecting for schools in the Philip- pines, Christmas caroling, and participat- ing in the May Day program were some of the ethnically oriented activities that kept the club busy throughout the year. Future Homemakers of America '54 .4 Qs , Balmilero, Andronida Bargas, Doreen , Biete, Priscilla ,L Brown, Georgia I Brown, Wendy Bumanglag, Irmingarda 5 M4 '13 Cabuyadao, Irmina Dilda, Patricia Godin, Darlyn Kaleiwohi, Jennifer Kaopuiki, Mary Lou Laboy, Lorna Like, Elnette Martin, Emily Meyer, Stephanie Sepulveda, Priscilla Sooto, Fualaau Spencer, Margaret With SEARCH as their theme this year, the Future Homemakers of America strove to achieve their goals of improving themselves, understanding others and ex- ploring careers. The girls celebrated National FHA Week which was held in February and they also participated in the State FHA conference which was held at the Pagoda Hotel in April. A banquet culminated the year. Tadeo, Dolores Wann, Richelle 'rs Wong, Amy ' Mrs. Sachi Takeuchi Adviser 49 Agnada, Virginia Agustin, Maria Antonio, Bernadette Aquino, Angeles Bolosan, Nancy Casamina, Elsie Chun, Sook I-ling Dela Cruz, Luz Felipe, Eleanor Guting, Darrelyn Ibana, Rizal Isidro, Frances Komatsu, Karen Lee, Grace Lucas, Thelma Machado, April Martin, Emily Mitamura, Cheryl Muranaka, Janice Olipares, Harlean Pagala, Joni Quibuyen, Myrna Lyn Rabor, Grace Ramones, Flortina Ramos, Mira A i Remigio, Marilyn my Sabio, Roger Future Business Leaders of Americ xXLu - i Open to any student enrolled in at least one business course, the Future Business Leaders of America was organized in October at the request of the business students. They strove to fulfill their goals of developing competent and aggres- sive business leadership, strengthening the con- fidence of young men and Women in themselves and their work, creating more interest and under- standing in their choice of business occupations, and participating in worthy undertakings for the improvement of business and the community. Among the various activities that the club par- ticipated in this year the annual Youth Confer- ence was the most important event for them. af ' X ' 5 J ,h J eeee ' ' - JM' , 'L I, 5. gf if Salvador, Gorgonia Shima, Mae Vallejo, Eder Wun, Bernadette Miss Jean Nishiiwa Adviser Mrs. Elaine Yagi Adviser Junior Engineering Technical Society The Junior Engineering Technical Soci ety is geared towards Engineering and other related fields. Their goals were fo cused on vocational opportunities. Through excursions and lectures the club provided members with opportunities to View engineers at work and to learn more about engineering as a career. The members helped each other in dis- covering and appraising their own abili- ties, aptitudes and interests. At the end of the year, they held a ban- quet for the departing seniors. Chang, Donald Dung, Lily Funtanilla, Oscar Kiuchi, Mark Kobashigawa, Sidney Lee, Kenneth Pascua, Wilson Soliven, Cecilio Tabiolo, Teresito Tang, So Ying Mr. Anthony Calabrese Adviser 51 Amoroso, Yvonne Barayuga., Tessie Chang, Donald Chung, Daniel Costa., Gale Cruz, Maria-Veneranda Dung, Lily Dydasco, Vincente Furutani, Lynne Gueco, Clifton Ino, Deanna Ino, Susanna Kamimura, Jody Kiuchi, Mark Kubota., Ann Kunichika, Lori Martinez, Clarence Olipares, Harlean Perkins, Kay Raymond, David Sakaguchi, Miles Sakaue, Cynthia Shijo, Carole Shigenaga, Chris 52 German Club The German Club was organized to pro- mote friendship among its members and German clubs from other schools. The members started their year off to- gether with an Oktoberfest at Roosevelt High School and then were kept busy with traditional Swiss Fondue parties, a Fas- ching party, and building of gingerbread houses at Christmas. They also hosted a Maifest at Farrington for all German clubs, culminating it with a banquet. Through these activities, they fulfilled their goals of encouraging students to study the German language, and further- ing the understanding of the German culture. Hui O Hawaii g .ALE x Www! Students with various ethnic back- grounds organized Hui O Hawaii, which means "Club of Hawaii." The goals of the club were to devote their time to sharing and creating an understanding among themselves and to be of service to the school and community. They fulfilled their goals by oaroling at different hospitals in December and pro- viding banners for the football games. Shimabuku, Julie Smith, Michele Sue-Ako, Kendrick Tang, So Ying Tokuda, Laurie Uruu, Cynthia Villaluz, Shirley Wong, Amy Yamanaka, Anne Sugimura, Gannon Mascot Mrs. Christine Sugimura Adviser Anae, Jessica Cordero, Vanessa Cullen, Claudine Imada, Valerie Kamai, Mary Koanui, Troy Orta., Brenda Pedro, Deborah Quiral, Ilima Sanders, Nellie Sooto, Selina Soriano, Debra Tiave Iva Verano Christine Visoria Debra Mr Lemuel Aweau xr X v itf -livii f . 1 Q , S.: I Adviser 53 Camarillo, Donnie Carter, Arthur Eugene Engbino, Joyce Garett, Roberta Haynes, Raymond Kaleponi, Clarence Kanagusuku, Gail Lucas, Thelma Perkins, Kay Piiohia, Wendell Sagiao, Malu Tumamao, Myrna Miss Joan Lee Coordinator Mr. Herman Libarios Project Aide Mr. Darrell Lum Asst. Director Mr. Eugene Shen Project Director 4 Hawaii Upward Bound Hawaii Upward Bound's main goal was to prepare selected students for college by ii improving their academic skills. i The highlight of the year was the seven- i tnel s week summer program at the UH, in which 5, , in students enrolled in courses such as En- glish, algebra, art, and tennis. Other activities the club engaged in were tours of Oahu college campuses, and at- tending cultural events. Hui 0 a Kiaaina The Hui O Na Kiaaina was formed by a group of varsity athletes who, besides playing sports, wanted to be of service to the school and to participate in activities together. Having worked with the retarded chil- dren at Waimano Home, ushering at as- semblies and listening to speakers from colleges, they have truly lived up to their name "Club of Leaders." Brown, Norman Feagai, Sasoa Haynes, Raymond Huihui, Herbert Ige, Isaac Kalili, Fabian Kamau, George Kealoha, Beldon Kim, Randy Nakoa, John Sagiao, Malu Simeona, Chris Spencer, Jody Torres, Malfred Urabe, Randall Miss Joan Lee Adviser Ching, Wanda Fujimura, Danel Fukushima, Linda Hee, Becky Ikehara, Lynda Ishihara, Dawn Kahoopii, Gail Kanagusuku, Gail Kaneshiro, Avis Kanzaki, Shanon Kiyabu, Vicki Miyasato, Michele N agata, Joy Nakamura, Sue Nobukuni, Doris Okuma, Debra-Jean Oshiro, Violet Shimabukuro, Ann Shimabukuro, Lois Shimabukuro, Phyllis Takai, Liane Tokunaga, Sandra Watanabe, Jan Yamada, Karen Spencer, Jody Dreamboat Miss Evelyn Kunichika Adviser 56 Hui O Wahines Originating 27 years ago, the members of Hui O Wahines set out to reach their goals of promot- ing Sisterhood among fellow members and being of service to the school and community through useful projects. Some of the many activities this year were Christmas caroling, Homecoming, float building and a visit to Waimano Home. To close the year, members held a sayonara dinner for the departing seniors. Key Club wer" Organized under the Honolulu Kiwanis, the Key Club's goals were to develop ini- tiative and leadership, to serve the school and community, and to prepare them- selves for useful citizenship. The club ac- tively participated in school events by en- tering a float for homecoming activities, having a representative in the frisbee- throwing contest, and organizing Key Club Week in November. Abe, Malcolm Furukawa, Gary Hieda, Wayson Higashida, Matthew Kakazu, Clyde Kamiya, Scott Kaneshiro, Dane Kawakami, Norman Kobayashi, Mark Lau, Clayton Llanes, Randy Longboy, Albert Okuma, Russ Oto, Ted Shiroma, Calvin Shoji, Michael Sorayama, Clayton Tanouye, Russell Teraoka., Bruce Tsuchiyama, Tommy Yama, Garrick Yamachika, Thomas Yap, Jonathan Young, Randall Nobukuni, Doris Sr. Sweetheart Nakamura, Sue Jr. Sweetheart Amano, Pamela Soph. Sweetheart Mr. Lyle Hendricks Adviser Afaga, Juliet Arakaki, Randal Arakaki, Renee Baxa., Irene Chun, Carol-Sue Freitas, J ohnell Fujioka, Stephen Gagai, Leatuolo I-Iirata, Dean Ito, Grant Kaneshiro, Kathy Lau, Henry Lavaro, Mila Leong, Matthew Miyashiro, Eydie Mones, George Olipares, Hubert Palpallatoc, Lorna Saito, Rodney Sooto, Selina Sorayama., Clayton Tamada, Kathy Tomasu, Carol Uchida, Lance Uyeda, Erwin Yamaoka, Alan Yamashiro, Tomoko Mrs. Lillian Chang Adviser Kokua Ainas ,ia qzrmfw ff 1 ' s 2 hw of sn.. Q p, , 2.55, - .' 'gun' 0 1' o , ahh, U ' ,n no ,,,.o 1 ,' u in t 4 .O t 779' rv f :wif The Kokua Aina's purpose is to promote school spirit and to render service to the school and community. Taking third place in the Homecoming Motorcade contest, UNlCEFing, collecting canned goods for Thanksgiving and carol- ing at local hospitals were some of their activities this year. Through these projects they lived up to their name, HI-lelping-People? LEO Club Farrington's LEO Club is sponsored by the Kalakaua Lions and unites its members in friendship, fellowship, and mutual un- derstanding. Its goals are to promote ser- vice activities involving the youth of the community geared to develop the individ- ual qualities of LEADERSHIP, EXPERI- ENCE, and OPPORTUNITY. p Members were involved in various ser- vice and social projects and the LEO Club Convention. Abe, Malcolm Alexander, Mark Ino, Deanna Ino, Susanna Kanbe, Keith Kaneshiro, Dean Leong, Matthew Mau, Judy Miyamoto, Norman Nakabayashi, Rod Onouye, Galen Sakaguchi, Miles Shimabuku, Julie Suzuki, Amy Tateishi, Stuart Mr. Kaneo Ino Adviser Acedera, Romeo Acorda, Orlina Afaga, Yolanda Agarpao, Daniel Aguilar, Laurie Agustin, Maria Agustin, Nicetas Aiu, Charlene Alejandro, Elviro Antonio, Bernadette Badua, Laverne Balmilero, Andronida Bautista, Nida Bayang, Corazon Benitez, Agnes Bonilla, Lourdes Bueno, Fe Cachola, Eliza Caneso, Philip Caraang, Edwin Caraang, Leonida Casamina, Amelia Casamina, Elsie Carranza, Elvira Corpuz, Remedios Dela Cruz, Luzviminda 60 Los J ovenes Alegres X I if ,,,, ,,,, e ,, 6, hi 1 ' i all va 7 W v Los Jovenes Alegres strove to achieve their goal , A of helping the community through service proj- ects, and establishing better social relations be- tween members and between students belonging to other Spanish Clubs. They had many service projects and social events such as Christmas caroling at a convales- cent home and entertaining patients at the Chil- drerfs Hospital. They culminated their year to- gether with their annual banquet in May. " "2 1,- DB Espresion, Amelia Espresion, Teodora Eugenio, Debbylinda Felipe, Eleanor Funtanilla, Oscar Garce, Glennes Hatori, Anna Llanes, Randy Longboy, Melinda Manuel, Carmen Martin, Emily Nieto, Elizabeth Nieto, Ermelina Parras, Rufina Pascua, Bona Rabanal, Arlene Rabor, Grace Ramones, Charmaine Rufo, Marilou Sadie, Magdalena Serrano, Penaforte Solanzo, Bernardita Soliven, Cecilio Tacderan, Carmelita Tamboa, Evelyn Tibayan, Dolores Tolentino, Zenaida Vallejo, Eder Vendiola, Rowena Miss Martha Shirai Adviser Arakaki, Renee Barayuga, Tessie Chinen, Carol Chow, Audrey Chun, Eileen Chun, Sook Hing Chung, Daniel Espresion, Teodora Freitas, J ohnell Fukushima, Linda Ing, Natalie Iwai, Derek Karamatsu, Iris Kawamoto, Kay Kuwana, Wendy Kunichika, Eric Kunichika, Lori Miyashiro, Eydie Okimi, Carol Ramos, Irlene Shimabukuro, Phyllis Shiroma, Susan Taira, Pat Tang, So Ying Tanouye, Russell Tokuda, Laurie Yamachika, Thomas Yamanaka, Anne Yoshida, Alvin Yoshiyama, Glenn Mrs. Carolyn Takesue Adviser 62 National Honor Society za, 1 ': , n n dnilr ,,,, K i t 1 Farrington's chapter of the National Honor So- ciety was organized to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render ser- vice, to promote worthy leadership and to en- courage the development of character in the students. They began the year with their annual Installa- tion Banquet. Money-making projects were planned to raise money for scholarships to be given to selected seniors in the club. They ended the year with a farewell banquet. W 0 ' at F A Q' 4 it Ag-A I, iw 1 r Orientelles Since 1962 the Orientelles have strove to achieve better relationships among girls of different racial extractions. This year they performed various service projects such as their Christmas caroling in December. For their social activities, the girls held picnics and planned an end of the year banquet in June. They also earned some extra money for the club. Through these activities the members of the Orientelles were able to strengthen the bonds of friendship among its members as well as doing service to the community. Akimoto, Rene Asentista, Lisa Bargamento, Donna Brown, Wendy Delos Santos, Lillian Freitas, Johnell Gandeza, Josephine Godin, Darlyn Huihui, Jo Kahoopii, Gail Kaleiwohi, Jennifer Kamegawa, Avis Kawewehi, Bernadine Kaopuiki, Mary Lou Murota, Melanie ' Nakajo, Iris Okudara, Kim Silva, Evelyn Stone, Kaylyn Sulliban, Carolyn Tokunaga, Sandra Valencia, Grace Wright, Cari Lee Mr. Gerald Inforzato Adviser Aina, Maryevette Akiu, Ranelle Anae, Jessica Calles, Goldwyn Canon, Lisa Carvalho, Theresa Castro, Kauilani Dilda, Patricia Engoring, Caroline Feliciano, Valerie Galinato, Juliet Higa, Delyle Kahoopii, Gail Kamai, Mary Koanui, Troy Komatsu, Karen Laboy, Lorna Lee, Debra Machado, Elizabeth Maemori, Jody Nicodemus, Edith Omoso, Tomacita Orta, Brenda Pajarillo, Maureen Pavao, Darleen Puahala, Ernella 'W ff 'TI Z Lf f , l- ij-. Q. , Pep Club I Girls Athletic Association if , of 2 fa w 'i'f'. M, A 2 ' 'U 'S is . ' ff'-any ,-.ua 'I E Q lt? V This year the Girls' Athletic Association com- bined with the newly formed Pep Club to be of service to the school and community. Together, they strove to promote school spirit and to aid the athletic department and pep squad. Through their service projects, which included providing refreshments in the gym concession during basketball games and working with the Red Cross in collecting canned goods, members were brought together by their common goals. I at i 5 f ffllll -Z A -T ' 24 X X Kuang Hua Hui The organization Kuang Hua Hui consists of students whose goals were to broaden their ap- preciation and understanding of the Chinese cul- ture. Their involvement and participation in edu- cational and social activities developed their interest and increased their awareness of Chinese traditions. The highlight of the year was the celebration of the Chinese New Year, during which members were able to feast on a traditional nine-course dinner. l t Puchalski, Ednamae Quiocho, Leslie Ruiz, Raynette Sanders, Nellie Soriano, Debra Suenaga, Jeanne Sulliban, Carolyn Tatemichi, Lorraine Tiave, Iva Verano, Christine Visoria, Debra Miss Barbara Miyan Adviser Aguada, Virginia ishi Balmilero, Andronida Chow, Audrey Chun, Eileen Chun, Sook Hing Dung, Lily Lee, Grace Lee, Lenora Mow, Cindy Tang, So Ying Wann, Richelle Wong, Amy Mrs. Mollie Spicer Adviser Rotary Explorers Post Akimoto, Rene Cefra, Damien Ching, Kevin Chun, Donald Fujii, Burt Fujioka, Norine Y Fujioka, Susan Fujiwara, Violet Gueco, Clifton Hee, Becky Higa, Audrey Higa, Debra Higashino, Grace Ito, Sandra Kam, Carlson Kawakami, Elvina Kaneshiro, Jon Kodama, Laura Kunichika, Eric Kusatani, Dale Maki, Randall Minei, Robert Murobayashi, Curtis Murota. Melanie C Okuhara, Jennie A fu' Onouye, Galen farf ' Oto, Ted Rabe, Michael Shimabukuro, Duane So, Debra me we . U ., REP was first organized by a group of boys who wanted to discover different vocations, but has since turned coed. The club worked towards developing the char- acter of their members and being of ser- vice to the school and community. Among the activities that REP partic- ipated in this year were the homecoming float-building contest, Christmas bell- ringing, an REP banquet, and REP club week. Sierra Club Organized in 1971 by Lorin Gill, the Hawaii Sierra Club members wanted to establish a hiking and camping program for high school students on Oahu. The WRF group is affiliated with the Hawaii Sierra Club Chapter and is lead by the Hawaii Sierra Club members. Its goals are to increase students' awareness and knowledge of the great outdoors, and to de- velop positive habits and attitudes toward our natural environment. The club gave students the opportunity to enjoy hiking and camping. Their events were topped off by the annual neighbor island hiking! Camping trip and the bi- monthly hikes on Oahu. Meeting weekly, the of- ficers discussed the activities enjoyed by those who participated. K 5 4 7 ,. '1 ,I I 4 Suekawa, Lynne Suzuki, Joy Tamada, Kathy Tanabe, Keith Tanida, Greg Tanigawa, Faith Tilitile, Arsenio Yanai, Sandra Yoshida., Alvin Yoshida, Marisa Yoshiyama., Glen Il Miss Blanche Suematsu Adviser Garcia., Bill Karamatsu, Iris Lau, Melanie Nieto, Elizabeth Oshiro, Carl Sato, Lynette Tacderan, Carmelita Ujihara, Jean Mrs. Mollie Spicer Adviser Agustin, Norma Bargamento, Cheryl Bargamento, Donna Fujioka., Stephen Furuya, Russell Gately, Jack Hayashi, Dawn I-Iirohama, Gayle Jisaya, Marilyn Kamimura, Jody Kaneshiro, Linda Kishi, Kim Kobashigawa,Sidney Lee, Kenneth Mow, Cindy Murobayashi, Sharon Nakamoto, Jo-Ann Oishi, Rose Raguedan, Dorothy Ramones, Charmaine Shijo, Carole Shin Wakaba Kai Qt'-riff QW Shin Wakaba Kai was first organized as a Japa- nese Language class in 1960. Today the club is open to anyone interested in the Japanese culture and its goals are to serve the community through service projects and to bring about closer rela- tionships among members. The Young Leaves, as their name is translated, started off the year on a happy note as their entry in the Homecoming Motorcade Contest captured first place for them. Encouraged by their success in their first endeavor, the club undertook all their ensuing activities with the same enthusiasm. Banquets and socials were planned throughout the year to add to their fun and enrichment. ath League ' , LW' 2- 4. i', -5. 1 A mf . T aft: Representing Farrington in the monthly competitions among math clubs of other schools, the Math League strove to devel- op their skills and understanding in the field of mathematics. The Farrington Chapter has been involved in the competi- tions for five consecutive years. Their efforts helped to promote interests and fellowship within the team and toward other schools. z 3' -31 fi A iv if g gi Y . S., 9 2 T' ,xz-'Q Truelove, Linda Wakazuru, Mae Wann, Richelle Yamanaka, Anne Mr. Howard Asao Adviser Mrs. Ellen Manago Adviser Barayuga, Tessie Chang, Donald Chun, Carol-Sue Dung, Lily Kaneshiro, Kenneth Kobashigawa, Sidney Kwong, Wai Chak Shimabukuro, Phyllis Shimoda, Lynn Shiroma, Susan Tang, So Ying Tanouye, Russell Tokuda, Laurie Yamachika, Thomas Mrs. Lorna Miyata Adviser Aiu, Charlene Asato, Gerry Barreto, Raylani Batangan, David Bonite, Duane Corpuz, Remedios Cuizon, Hope Delos Santos, Lillian Dydasco, Vincente Esprecion, Nicholas Ferrer, Ernesto Fujikawa, Jocelyn Garcia, Bill Hewlett, Gwendolyn Ishihara, Janice Kealoha, Robert Konno, Earl Kusatani, Dale Martinez, Clarence Miyahira, Mona Nieto, Ermelina Oshima, Karen Owens, Nelson Silver Sabres The Silver Sabres started as an indepen- dent club in 1947 by a group of ROTC officers and sponsors. Their goals were to develop responsibility, leadership, and discipline found through hard work. This year, members were involved in school and community projects in which they could learn about the different branches of the Armed Forces. Some of the events which they participated in were jungle-training and orientation flights on helicopters. The highlights of the year were the JROTC Military Ball, Junior Commanders, Day, and the annual JROTC Field Day. Pedro, Rudy Pratt, William Quiamzon, Richard Ramos, Irlene Robino, Alvin Saifoloi, Ilaisa Saifoloi, Tavai Takai, Liane Torres, Henry Sawai, Mona Sgt. Talino Gaison Adviser Mr. Michael Batang Adviser athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics athletics Z f 4 a . M., X534-' i"v,?f if f , f X n f f - 55' f T f athletics fath0let' iksj n., sing 8: pl. IL. athleta, fr. Gr. athletes, fr. ath- Iein to contend for a prize, fr. ath- los contest, athlon prize.j 1. The games and sports. 2. The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. 2. The human drama of athletic competi- tion. '74 Q With anticipation, team members await the game's start. Team spirit drives Govs Varsity Football This year, the Govs reigned over the Oahu terscholastic Association Eastern division, w an unbeaten record. The gridsters proved the selves well deserving of the championship, feating highly touted teams. They inched cle to the OIA State Championship, but just could tame the stubborn Leilehua Mules in a mud sl ing contest. The tough defense took away the offens: clout of the opponents. Speed and power in backfield added points to the scoreboard. Head Coach Al Espinda was assisted by Ha: Pacarro, offensive Coach, Agenhart Ellis, def sive Coach, Joe Scanlan, offensive line, and .lc Kameinui, linebackers. Coach Espinda took the Eastern divisi Coach-of-the-year honors. Willie Galoia, R: mond Haynes, Fabian Kalili, Beldon Kealohag alrome Thornton, and Sao Vaefaga were nan as the offensive players while Daniel Baltuna Clives Laboy, Anson Malia, and Mickey Scanl were named as the defensive players in the Ho: lulu Star Bulletin and the Advertiser. to gridiron victorie uarterback Haynes lobs a pass, hopefully over the waiting Saints. vw .A aa U in ,, 4 , M Q H , 1 J "?'. 4 A N 1 ' vf , 4 Q n. i ml v Churning legs break through a i ," i - WII- is i' I I - lf, I Tiger's paws. A., get . Aff- ...fin A" " 'L so-' Q, 4' A ' , . .,,,.,.4f Defense running backs s e Willy outraces a Crusader. , p -1 ggjw g ,'r"'za:.. '- 6 4 u 3 F, I H K .A Q's-mu., 'hr 1 4' - . 'rv' '.,'vf" -nr., 'f' End Sao Vaefaga loses a shoe, but gains a catch. The mighty Gov line opens another hole for its running back Galoia. aww- i'Qvr-'f-- ilia- if I4 , i'f"'r ovs to OI East championship Lo h h: h Jyyrg if 5 ,, an T 5 .4 VARSITY FOOTBALL. Bottom row: George Kamau, Daniel Baltunado, Randy Urabe, Jody Spencer. Aaron Ho, James Leong. Franklin Puni, Philip Kealoha, Keith Haraguchi. John Noga, Pasesa Williams, Isaac Ige. Second row: Herbert Hui- hui, Lamont Octavio, Andrew Davis, Richard Yaw, Talbot Kahakai, Fia losia, Raymond Haynes, David Yamashiro. Samuel Meyer. Wayson Au, Jay Nishimura, Anson Malia. Third row: Coach Agenhart Ellis, Asst. Coach Joe Scanlan, Chris Simeona, Aukuso Uso, Rialrome Thornton, Sasoa Fea- gai, Mickey Scanlan, Paulava Sopoaga, Clives Laboy, ,Fabian Kalili, Milton Ching, Norman Brown, Coach Harry Pacarro. Fourth row: Joeseu Orphilla, Eric Kam, John Nakoa, Robert Souza, Semeri Ulufale, Uili Galoia, Beldon Kealoha, Clarence Kaleponi, Malu Sagiao, Sao Vaefaga, Junior Savusa, Coach Alfred Espinda. wwmw-muh :susan Fla Iosla hangs on. Herb Huihui fakes a. punt and runs. Shake, rattle, roll-all in da,y's practi BDF A wmrung touchdown brmgs happy bedlam. '78 Kicker Huihui gets one away. r varsity gridsters ' ,ui JS nf I jwki .., , Q. 'K 4, .Y ' Q5 Ai .,.. Q ' u Sl i , M' ' l4'M,,,. .,x,, . , . ,fy V I A.. VV Fia anticipates a well-thrown Haynes pass. Back Lamont Octavio runs out of the end zone with Franklin Puni blocking. f uw '79 Eugene Rogers aids a teammate in stopping an Aiea Alii. ' it itat, 'Z aa f ,,,,,,,,,.,,..t,, J, , if Ga ha. in at 1 - it 37' f. its fa-r"E? - 4. a -:ad rf", ' ' L in-"QW ' " L Q 4. , an-. we . fy- " W... , . 1 1 -J Q ', '. ,t ,.a f 4 -AA-1 ,a-'ffl Junior Varsity Football The Junior Varsity football team played the best against tough competition and ended t season with a record of 3 wins and 5 losses. Despite being on the losing side, the fightii spirit prevailed through mud and sunshiij There were many individual standouts as well a fine group effort put out by this year's team. Spirited and devoted players practiced with 4 the energy they had, and hoped to make an ij pressive showing for the varsity coaches. Seci ing a coveted position on the varsity team ni year would be the ultimate goal for these ha working players. Bill Kaai, who served as head coach, was 2 sisted by Sidney Boulware, Stan Cadiente, Fra Gaspar, Walter Rodrigues, and Bill Torres. Grunts, moans, cheers fill fall ai Moku, Kelly, Greg, and Peter provide a strong on-rushing maroon and white defense. -Nw , A 'rf 1 .lring JV pigskin practice sessions if2Q4?v3?',' Q' I 6 , 7 Tight end Herman Matautia heads for pay dirt Cbelowl and follows running back Hamana Leong Crightj into the end ' ZOI18. .svmviilzmm A ' . , W , ,. V , , W ' if , ' Y X T M :V , HM ,f . 1 , 5... K A . 1 Junior babes hit lines to prov ,, M ,- ...vim 'K K JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL. Bottom row: James High- tower, Wayson Tsukiyama, Antonio Agcaoli, Tale Ulufale, Robert Panee, Raymond Kalilikane, Bruce Mizo, Frederick Patoc, Faipea Avava, Gregory Stietzel. Second row: Rory Souza, Raynard Higa, Dueces Octavio, Kelly Okudara, Craig Yoshimoto, Joe Salvador, Nobu Higa, Robert Siarot, Remigio Quirino, Mark Hibbs, Troy Simeona. Third row: Hercules Huihui, Hamana Leong, Lance Kamaile, Eugene Rogers, Mat- thew Karratti, Alesena Muaga, Guy Souza, Kenneth Shimizu, Liutoa Faatea, Arthur Helsham, Daniel Laikona. Fourth row: Jerry Aldrich, Clifford Shiroma, Charles Fanene, Ted Galton, Joseph Naeole, James Simeona, Herman Matautia, Alexander Nakoa, Glenn Coltes, Ronald Tolentino, Anthony Buchanan. ,, Q i fs 'U' ' ' e. 'Z .. .. Q ' 0,0 41 R 4' " ' G., x , f o K? 'Q J' 1 S ' O if . f.,', 'f' lil 1 .. .. , wf,.4,--. .4 ,gms Q, my K 'I 115.4 fi QQ .t x, vu- , , ,L .K Q. " A ,A ...fl ,v,:g,:AQ4fc, :V , ' ' '- an ,. J ,,., ' w H -,- Vg ',n-.- , . lg .M ' , ... 1 . f,-- r,:,',' V4.2 , s, . 1-0.1 '.'- nf' x J. ',.,,,4-av' V 4 -we war, 3x 'jj W, rv' ' it 44,5 -.ff H... ,L . ki' 1 ' 4 l W Vx" f-5 A Lu . r , . , , ,. k ' Y - gv ,km ...M 4 ,,.,,,H Q, 3,5 H X . ,, . -. . ', . 4 - .lniv-pq x,.J.J1...,- ..., W V A +5435 Lf13j,1.X,T la' 1 fx L' l dx, ,, A gl?" ' JN - ,,,,. '5V5,nu'M As W-ilk M " V 9 Y. if -,f"'xMnM'r4 The defensive line with Glenn Coltes, Alesena N o Muaga and Moku Buchanan closes in on a. Lettle for va,rs1t team uw, 1 r '-V 4 ,xii Z 4 ' W' It W lv ' Mi. fi""v 'f ' ya .'. ,Q 1, w' , , ,- Liutoa Faatea churning legs IQ ,I rides down a helpless ball carrier, while carry Herman to another first down. Robert, Malfred, and Malu tame a Rough Rider. Gov cage: 'Ev , No. 24 Haynes runs and gun isplay courtly manners in hoop action Varsity Basketball With only three returning members, first year Coach Dan Kashiwamura guided the Farrington Varsity Basketball team to a 6-7 win-loss record. The team Wrapped up the season in a tie for third place in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Eastern Division, but still didn't get the chance to play in the state tournament. The first half of the season was a trying time for the inexperienced team, but the Cagers managed to pull everything together and showed marked improvement in second round games. M ,.,, t W 1 't "' A i ..i .. 4 Ray Leopoldo gets a shot up. Rudy springs for the hoop with Malu and Ray anticipating two points. Like a ballet dancer, Ray Leopoldo is up in the Basketballers run and gun to pepper hoop e K MW 'QL' Haynes passes to a waiting Galoia. lun Jody Spencer snatches a, rebound. it il 'dv 'MpM'w,,,,.....-- 1 is ,M S 5 Q lllllf 'l 1 we L f up Q.. il' 1 f5"3:igi3W jig, f,Qf'fIl ,....,..."""""'-9,-4 an VARSITY BASKETBALL. Bottom: Raymond Haynes, Coach Dan Kashiwamura, Jody Spencer. Standing: laymond Leopoldo. Malfred Torres, Patrick Silva, Rudolph Figueroa. Malu Sagiao, Robert Souza. Oscar libed. Stanley Butac. 'K """' Wes Silva buckles the Rough Rider defense. Junior Varsity Basketball The 11-member Junior Varsity Basketbal team, coached by Mr. Richard Leton and Assis1 ant Coach Kevin Miyama, spent much time tryin to perfect their shooting skills as well as othe areas of offense. i The team gained a year of experience in baj handling, shooting and defensive moves. Despite a '7-'7 Win-loss record, the team wishe for a better year. -s 1 T Lack of player height hampers Farringto r nv fm. ..r. my if ji, 4 eiii4 l it ' ' mm. 'I . . ff :aff .1 f ' afar .JI al , A Y 'E' ff W .- 5 , .1 Y 1... . : i 4 riri' H "1' ' f 3. G 329 an. . 3 Q 5-gli 1 , -6' Is Earl Oshima going to be credited with two points? Scooby Souza attempts to block another shot. Up and away, Ron Tolentino strains for a shot. An emotional Greg Stietzel fights for a rebound. -2' ' Wifffff mi,,.,.,, 3 42V S 419 S v UNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL. Bottom row: Ron Tolentino, Charles Fanene, Gregory tietzel, Earl Oshima, Wes Silva. Standing: Assistant Coach Kevin Miyama, Manuel astro, Robert Libed, Patrick Souza., Kelly Burgett, Mario Farrow, Anthony Buchanan, oach Richard Leton. 7 'ii lrlsn " "' Q0 sg, ff '-f' Q U 25 v S 89 Varsity Baseball Coach Les Nakama Was tagged with five ond-year players this season. Traveling to Big Island, the Govs met up with the Hilo Viki for pre-seasonal games. Heading for home, varsity baseballers swung their Way to a succy ful season. Led by Co-captains Randall Maki and Me Chinen, the Govs could be found everyday f three to five on Kusunoki Field, building ano veloping their baseball skills. Striving to beat Brock's stolen-base and Hank Aaronis homer i records, the boys improved their fielding, i ning, and pitching. Kenneth watches the game as he anxiously awaits his turn at bat. Diamond play includes slug F All eyes are on Robert as he waits for the pitch. 90 "Always ready" is Kenneth's motto. ',,,' N, It it New i N A roam yrs I. 4' bio ' .i .. " 1 - N I - -4 .tue . t ""'f ' M 'X ' '11, U i ... ,. itealing, running for home VAR,SITY BASEBALL. Bottom row: Elton Spahn, Dale Cristobal, Kenneth Mendiola, David Ito. Top: taynard Higa, George Kamau, Roy Irei, Curtis Ma, Randall Maki, Dane Kaneshiro, Walter Kahala, Keith guda, Second: Merton Chjnen, Craig Yoshjmgtg, Nakamoto, Kenneth Shimizu, Vincente Dydasco, Z? u Dane looks on while David concentrates on the pitcher. ,. 4 l .V - - IPM? -AN :.,. gli, 4, 5 -4" x'3,"""' 'K ...M 3 r tis V f L' , ,-- e f" . , ww- 'W '22 1- ,f,. I 'my-a r ,A . , Q1 Batters slide, glide E Es PQ! ,jfs Brooks Chinen strengthens his batting arms. Roy reaches out for the ball. 4 nv 4':r3m,f.' 'rg . M J' lf! ' A . aff!-?4"L':M'f zollide to make runs count Randal laces up for the game, Raynard stretches for a hit Curtis winds up for the pitch. We 1 we X ff' .w-' H Baseball babes make pitch for varsit fl, 5 ' .5 , A ,V I x' Vx :N 'WV . V .A V 3 WMM fl it A Y MU E 1 574 '.ff"2i, N . . Q :wi 'gif - wk U - 'E' N- -.g"',."""""' """'-A . . Q 5 A K -' f' ",, . L, , a ,, ,, a kr 5? 'vwfw 'W .2 , eg aww ,fe ' nl ' Q f ' W 14 ,rr 45,21 ' L' 'fan NJ V' 5' or , is ' I 1 I V775 V Wpgqf :fr , Q'wf,g'?', 5 Q ,. In f t , QL 'Z f ' I Q 4 , , ,,,., Kenneth takes a few words of advice from Coach Nakama.. Dale confers with Gov catcher. rmeth swings and connects during practice. Dale Ctopj Winds u Junior Varsity Baseball the baseballers had a long season this year. 2 OIA East division competition was just too ch for the Farrington babes. The Govs landed and 12 win-loss record. the ninth and tenth graders who make up the m could be seen everyday after school devel- ng their various baseball techniques. Coach Jtt Kunimura hopes his J.V. boys learned vugh this season to make it to the big time Var- 1 team next season. ith fielding JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL. Bottom row: Dale Cristobal, Curtis Matsuda, Craig Yoshimoto. Top row: Calvin Shiroma, Kenneth Shimizu, Elton Spahn. --mf, earl ' Sy G . ,V,. Vg tu! Wrestling The Governor grapplers spent two hours ac four days a week learning tactics that would 4 manuever their opponents as well as to g points. All this, under the watchful eye of Co George Goto. He regrets saying that, "This been a disappointing year as far as team , is concerned? He is hopeful for a better The Governor wrestling team were treated trip to Kamuela on the Big Island, a fund dance in the gymnasium, and to highligh year they participated in the Oahu Invi Association Championship Wrestling n, ment. John waits for his opponent to trounce. Farrington grapplers ma The referee acknowledges Michae1's victory. rr, no W-- ' v The Hooded-Wrestler is Farringtons own Matthew Higashida. Beldon pins his opponent for another victory. Q ' af pponents into human retzels P "" Mild!!! MP' ARSITY WRESTLING. Bottom 1.0w:MiChae1Arita, Matthew Chris Simeona., John Nakoa, Robert Kealoha, Ear1Watanabe. igashida, Melvin Horikami, John Quisano, Tony Kaneshiro, Clayifm Charly 1533-C 189- lexander Nakoa. Top: Coach George Goto, Beldon Kealoha. Randell shakes hands just before a match Isaac gets his daily horsey-back ride. 1 1 has-Ill' fs X I l s Lp s'-' 1i1 54 - 'I , ,E,. ,,,Vi,,.. . Ei, f 5 Single-handed victories add to team sp 'V ' ,, V Chris goes down below a hefty opponent 98 . I mighty Governor goes for a winning pin. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING. Bottom row: Greg Tanida, Rodney Oda, Edwin Ho. Top: Assistant Coach Leslie Fukumoto, Hercules Hui- hui, Brian Fukunaga. 4. ., Yi "' 1 4 fftidm-W: X24 mm Ricky rests after a hard da.y's practice. 99 A-.r A Track and Field r 1 The Farrington track team practiced daily ai p ',:gt A"t1tt' ZVN S' school in preparation fOI' the S62LSOf1,S COIHP' t til l qE tion. The members spent time to build up th atta rtit rt tlaa .rie , r 1 ,al li 'i endurance and stamina in their events. iat rnr aaaa , The Governors drrrrrrrw practiced Srrrrri r llri Z A hurdling, distance running, and high jum :fir rrr rrp rrrr ,rrr a T , under the guidance of Coach Glenn P C T J iil+l ii ' iz' f T C T rflii Coach Bill Kaai, and Coach Joe Sanchez. Fia goes up. up and over. Tracksters overpower othe , ,,..,g.y,r,.,,..r,, ag.,,..-r.,,,r,,,,,, BOYS TRACK TEAM. Bottom row: Coach Bill Kaai. Philip Caneso, John Espina, Leonard Chaves. Third: Juan Martinez, Arsenio Tilitile, Mark Alexander, Kevin Seso Trinidad, Miles Nunies, Wes Silva, Soon Kil Chung, Ching, Faipea Ava, Coach Glenn Hookano. Second: Morris DeSilva. Top: Clarence Kaleponi, Sao Vaefaga, James Hightower, Carlson Kam, Glenn Ballesteros, Gus Uso, Willie Galoia. q'Ri, Q Him N. ,,,.. V ly I I Alone at the finish line is winner William. 'C ' V ' Faipea, Wes and Morris hold their lead during the mile . nr 4 .f i get i I . T' I V V I , '1'2fh1 ' J I ' Q," V ' 'V I.M?f5:w?f v .. I , - , .-I . ' f Q' A ' '."2i':i51'f fit' 4"Yl,5 ' 3 41.57 1 "'A" J Q. 'ruff , -yu I ,A X, - -. i- .gh ,V wwf M - ,I II, k I A , I M, ..,, , at V ' , g Mt. A ,f - .,,,3,,I ... ., M' - " 'f'- - - f .-'rf - I ,Q xi. I f-f 1 4 , ' ,. T ' Y' ' 15 - M' ' g'-mr,t.I-.Iv --W H .I W- f- .I,,13-iw- ,xv-' , , . f.,, E , , I . 1 i it Q B 34 . S L ' H AA fa' g K VHS 4.55 Q yy av in wh Q W ,W J' , he " M vs? 3 MM Q K, If-ff,-My My " Q: 1 we M , , I .izf Aww, I ..r- I .VI is -.I I 1 1 I ,V I f .3 ,wgQ1pI My fm +L Krrv FIM ,LQWV ,, l fmt, - --Ar gi, mixxiizegaif' Iqiyfyw - .af .ivy , ry, ,wh gf-wwe g .S wwf wvJj:'.,?.Q,,.?5 "- g.,,,,IKj ,,g, ,, V4 - ,M tv, ., , .f " ISP, I We la. " ' Iiffw - -A I I fr-J-ff . , t ff : QI ' 1? - fx . 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Joni Pagala, Patty Caputo, Juliet Galinato, 101 A Gov makes a good landing during competitions. -' I A.V i'1i iz ,,.,i Ill! I 10. " f GILL I , . , Q A 0 V www. ,-'rem f cf, f23Z'??1!if',, ,, V? K w.-wn,,w- ' ' -,,- E H . , ,,,L V XM 0, In H l , I ,,, , "" ..." ' 1 ,, ,J -.M M -' 5, ,,,, .vw V 4 ,L,,..,,,,:gQ ff H 'K , 1 A -5. 9' if wa-fg, - ' - .,,.,.N - or n 'M 1 as o r, l' iirr 'M li i . 1 A ,JM by " -4- Q '5 , , w W. 5 oA " J xxgvjvili ',yf4,geW 7 'M .""u,gQ' ' Mizgi- V.: K V FLW mann, .W WW , . .- a.w, W . rf.-f.l"Lz',.m- W. on no gmt Eimwfr-, 7,fgQk,w... M hw I r ' , ' 1- Jasmine glides gracefully over the hurdles. Juan comes down to earth after a broad jump. bk ,Ma We w 'MWF' 4- 'fd -we. A Q .. , lg QAD' M '-1 ,asv ,Q . v if r T I S' 1 -we-4.1 fi Zi ' f A K ip, , - , ' i'-1j 44190: , dwpzi Af., A? ,glia- 102 ir il M ,, ,fb av, K im- 'Alu s a WK' ff' qi, 4. ' I 1 Q ,, ,. A' 1 ES vi KV my Q James is off at the second of the gun. Colleen receives the baton from Ranelle and is off. W x'v .- " -nl 14 ,-A , .,. 3. W ' , i an , v 4 W T, fl -J:f, K k'YQf,-. 'mu Vi , A ,A ,325 7 ' 4 fre? "' 'Zi es r 3 i A 4 fl'Z'f'.- : wi ? , 7 .if'5f' W? e e f ,Q i' , il - X , i I V1 W ' f.. r if 1' lt f-'11 , 3-' 4" J' -.. 'f , ,. Q xiii nk, ., I t , I Q O O 1nder a,ct1on prov1des scene for hurdhng ff fi, A .ii ,r V.. 1'-wax. Lai r 531.1 fr 4 . i , I R? , H a M 53' G I e 5 Q XM is sly' 'fe I M y F JJ . I ' - 1 , x if Q Y I 3 A , 1 N' e 1 4. ' 'w i551 ' F sssss fs nj, W M l 'wr ?A"'iZ'Ah'qA A' i ' if m"' ' we ,. ,Q , 'fm ,MM g ,.,., , H D- H if -,ff ,. W , LV,'iM,,,M.... 9 " W 1 ' . ,. k M 'I 4 wk ui" ' we A,-f v 1 - ff, -,WW V, . ,., William, Leonard and Mark keep on truckinl 4 'f-'ff V, 4 J' ---.,. .V 103 10 ,Y gg l - --4 V, 'Q In-nary' "WL f ,A Kun Semeri gracefully glides through the air. nf- ,fly ,3,:wfwQtLMNj , A -K .1 , 92, 91. " '2ff.ff4l- 3 4' 'ill Spikesters leave competitor Y , . 4 The boys get together for some RASLR after a long day's practice. MW" iharon gets off to a winning start. .f-,..,,,,, W ,. QW I .1 in n a cloud of dust ?l ,. w e vm--V t ,nt f ' I ' ' V ' -Af . ' we .L .ma ,, EMM ,ug I Miles' face shows the mental and physical strain of running. 3i2."-:"S- 4 W134., ssss if V-.,.,-ivy' i gi Q 4, ., ,,,, I K ,M it is ' :" 4- - ' Morris, Wes and Faipea all pull ahead of a competitor. W ff A flu , I if" if Wi 4 , I-f' sf fn "-'J-an ., M.. W .J ' " L L M Marianne and Beth pace themselves during the mile. 105 X at . Thomas stops in mid-air to set the ball. Boys Volleyball Spiking and slamming their way into the 'T OIA Volleyball season, the Governors racked u a 6-6 win-loss record. With three returning and seven inexperience players, Coach Samuel Koanui held practic from three to six each day to perfect the bo serving, blocking, volleying, and spiking tegq niques. Players slam back, sock 'em hard in volleyba 5 E 219K 239 313 4123! BOYS VOLLEYBALL TEAM. Bottom row: Stephen Castro, Rory Kahala, Sonny Patoc. Oscar Libed, Sala Loa. Top: Tupu Sagapolutele, Keli Salanoa, Walter Kahala, Thomas Apo, Sale Ugaitafa. 106 fi Q R i ,ML ,,.-: -- -'H 4--' 9--" .ww-"" "": 'nu-4-....,.. sv LT. 4. C' " ' pa 4' Oscar gets ready to slam the ball. .4-""""'-nn zu if :iw , " - "'1f r rrr ...4 Sale plays catch with Kalani members. Teamwork is used for the Govs return. 107 Karen unleashes a Governor special. Loa Seui returns a. fast-moving ball. 3 ' J tt lsll N f sllll Q' ll . l lll Determined net actin 1 E Spiking the ball is Saaga Misa. Putting up a perfect serve is important to Alvina Gasper. fmt - is Girls Volleyball yAnother unbeatable season for the girls volley- Lll team went into the record books. Coach atsy Dungls coeds retained the Oahu Interscho- pstic Association Volleyball championship. The crown was a symbol of the hard work and mcerted effort on the part of all girls on the iam. The Governor girls volleyball team was lcognized in sports circles for its enthusiasm c nd spirit. fins OIA crown for spiking coeds qw ',,, tai it SV? mGIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM. Bottom row: Agnes Alvina Gasper, Emily Gasper. Eseta Aumoeoalogo, Camacho, Lehua Kapua, Tina Toilolo, Loa Seui, Lila Pulu, Mercy Kaleiwohi, Karen Mays, Sharon l S an Kamalii, Elizabeth Machado, Coach Patsy Dung. iSaaga Misa, Debbie Santiago, Pafuti Tupuo a. us iSasano, Diana Camacho. Top: Coach Ala losefa. Allyson throws a wild curve ball. Bowling This year, with Mr. John Festa as bowli coach, the team captured top honors, the bc placing third and the girls taking second in thet hu Interscholastic Association tournament. Some of the keglers are in junior leagues 2 have the experience for competition. Tk helped the others improve their skills and stilled team effort which attributed to a fruit year. Coach Festa hopes for another champ and for a much enthusiastic turnout next Returnees hope to strike at their oppo again. Keglers knock over pins for OIA top spots Y BOYS BOWLING TEAM- Bottom WW: Lawrence Ca' GIRLS BOWLING TEAM. Bottom row: Lorna ordonez, Sarah bfal- Jody Kadokaway Nathan Arn' Top: Sheldon Kaneaiakala., Allyson Aurio. Top: Janice Muranaka., Theresa Yamamoto- Ronald Uyesugi' Ernesto Ferrer' Reantaso, Ernella Puahala, Lisa. Fragas, Carol Chun. N 1 10 m uses the "five-finger spread throw roll into gutter" form. Sarah watches excitedly as her ball makes a strike. 4. 3 X lets go of her ball just in the nick of the line. Aww 4,-J4 ug N , K , W ,,,t iff' t,ttn ,,.......--f Exercising great concentration is Ronald. Jeri churns toward the finish line. Swimming Coach Lyn Daugherty was a hard taskmas' in driving the Farrington diving and swimmi teams to victory. Senior Gary Oda was a winni example of Coach Daugherty's work. He w named State Champion in the boys diving oo petition. Merleen Lee took second and Doe Yambaw, fifth, in the girls division. Although not coming out on top often, G swimmers and divers provided the school Wit team full of pride and spirit. Mermaids, men hit Wate 33. ,' Shsit 225:36 ,N 'K ,,,,, Q ' ' f 'l,,f V-Mm t at A C, , ,-.' tt, ' "'Vi A K' I I A Jl7" A WMMMM W V' 'frr fii'-1 .1,. ,i +':Qf?'7'i i it 'N 6u?fVfg?5if?MiwH Ixiiisifii, 'f ,v:,, i'fA 'J" E :ffffffJ5f'5W' 'Wm-'W :FW kggg ., ',.V,. I ,, I ,,rg, LVKV, any www ,, N,MfAgq,,,.,.,,,,,,,,M,m , 1 Z g'W": I ',., , k-Lf if I gf ' -V ,. ,,,s ' ' sff' i"" ""', ,,," A " V Merleen concentrates on her form ' : ff I 'if , onald surfaces for a breath of needed air. H ' we ,fa . wi -,penn if vv-n-1'-ffM'1"x ' v'r7'l 'nw-A W' 'Q' in an 1 51 in-egg!! 'QI' . QQ! Shaq Q : M V I . , . vQvepw'19" 'f ' ' A-'pr 0' .' 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N A Wits Reg Aw .Xi :mmdaL"'J4 iw' an A L aquatic competitive meets Gary 'iffii'-if M l i lui 1 H HH, 1 ,V BOYS AND GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM. Bottom row: Second: Assistant Coach Barry Mariano, Bev Ogata, Assistant Coach Susan Taniguchi, Dodie Yambaw, Lynette Lum, Jeri Seu, Merle-en Lee, Bev Chang. Kalene Chun, Violet Fujiwara, Joy Nagata, Juanita .Iohnell Freitas, Kathy Miles, Vernalyn Holloway. Cambra, Lori Makimoto, Coach Roslyn Daugherty. Top: Alan Ke, Anthony Shun, Rudy Wong, Gary Oda. Hon Noguchi, Guy Sugahara, Nate Leleo. Jlunges forward into the water. 113 Alton skillfully swings his club back. Golf Practicing countless hours after school and weekends, the Farrington golfers worked to p fect their swings and putting. Coach Mor lshado not only gave of his time and exper but also served as the chief morale builder supporter. The diligent practicing finally paid off witl stunning win against Kalaheo in February at Kuilima. This first win in four years of comp' tion was followed by a much-deserved sev course Chinese dinner. It whetted the appe' for winning and provided hope for the next yei Mr. Ishado shows Edsel the trick to Jack Nicklaus' success. 1 14 t.sf?'4Ei Rn +.1?"+ at 1.224 , ' .V?sS33.:?. ' gif in was na, New-:R-M" 'Ms'-"R i l , , ,R Galen and Keith make the custodia.r1's job easier. 4, O S r 4, N ," " V S v. 3 L 4 i xi E , ag 9 . V ' ' 5 5' , we 1 t M- - A , ,ii 50 A W5' Ag fn X 'A ' Y Q- I . ,H , ,ha i s N V. . - .1 ' X 11. ,B k N is 1 ,J 1 , 4, A 'M Lf.- nto the swing of things on course X X e ,, rl? T419 j f ss f lr X li ,l 'V 'ft aff: i 2 ni xr, 7:--Ur -fi: s -ww: - GOLF. Bottom row: Edsel Eshima, Calvin Tong, Calvin Shirorna, Coach Morris Ishado, Top: Alton Nishiyama., Galen Onouye, Keith Kanbe, David Oyadomari, Randal Au. MSI Clarence takes a breather while Bill fires away. -1. QQ K ' ,, i, ,E 4: Vi 'Q I ,,,k W Riflery Practicing daily after school with sharp eyes and steady trigger fingers, the rifle team mem bers looked forward to a rewarding year. The W girls upheld the record of taking first place fo: the fourth consecutive year in the Oahu Inter We scholastic Association competition. The boys gar nered the league's second spot. Under the coaching of Sgt. Talino Gaison ant Manuel Bringas, both teams have participated in invitational matches on Maui besides regula: shoot outs The teams look forward to continuing the un broken string of championships with the presen sophomores filling in after their novice year. Sharpshooters aim at being ' 0. 1' in state +1 f ,L ,V 4 , , -A " ' Y ,n.,f'w'-.fig - , if t V it .awf- ' , . ' ,vi Q .1--vw 'lr ,Q if . V. I I yi, ,,x3,,,-,Ay that GIRLS RIFLERY TEAM. Bottom: Debra Horiuchi. Carol Nakamura. Susan Acosta. Cindy Watanabe. Mitzi Kawakami. Ann Nakamoto, Carrie Cabodol. Laurie Pedro. Standing: Coach Talino Gaison, Do- reen Miyaki, Edna Kau, Elizabeth Santos, Marlene Fanene, Esther Lau, Bernie Quinado, Susan Shiroma, Coach Manuel Bringas. 116g 'K-'inlay Elizabeth takes careful aim during practice K I -we , - tallying her score. i N . if -IAQ' 255' Maximo Valdez. Alvin Robino, Bill Garcia, Clarence Martinez. William Pratt, Ernesto Ferder, Antonio Galima, Nolan FeBenito. Adrian Aina. Coach Manuel Bringas. A scope aids sharpshooter Esther in Tennis The new tennis courts on campus provided 1 new home for Farrington's three-year-old tenni: teams. It was hoped that they would serve as an incentive for a winning season. With Mr. Robert Morimoto as their mentor th 12-member team competed for top spots in OI! competition. The skills and the individual effoq of team members combined for thrilling and We earned match wins. New facilities provide winning incentives s , , ' , . , , .g A ,- . .j' . " .yg" -,A V. 5 V Af-'A . W 3 in A Xu f ' A ne. f' 2 HT X .. ,. GIRLS TENNIS. Bottom row' Joanne Kaneshiro Melanie Lau Jean U" ' ' ' . ' - . , Jihara, Elsie C , C 1 t ' Toni Nako, Joy Taculao, Dee Iwatani, Ann Nakahara. Top: Casamina.,Joce1yn Fujzidligxafllioreiirlxglliihigarlrggdfqrgighigrggf? Dante improvises a backhand, Carl's ace serve makes up for his double-faults. Amelia gets ready for a Smas ' jr my h 1 45, fa 'We V. ' 'K . " ' I ! , r f ' Iyyi fig, ' I , ,f ' 1 M , GWR . ., X I L I . V 'K fr in f .45 M ,. M 2 3-fi 3214? I 'W ig Kill, , N, 1 fhiw? , , N.,-Q11-Y-4, f -f Q Q x ' j9' v.m . S Q' ,.... J ggigziahrr-iflQ,,r ,5 .,,, .aa C 9 ,if it , X ,ff 1 , ..gw7s, " 5 ff 'if I 'fm-M - V , ' .' 'HM ' -ff 35 Sur at , if , dt, , X ' V if 'Q P . 'J 'J ff 1, 9 f . . . . Hx ' -Mags i s Y an H+ f id ' f v ' 'v g ,T ' ' ' -' '7 ' J fr . w 4 i P 1 f ' ' ".f,.,,,g - . KT, if N .ffl LOYS TENNIS. Bottow row: Newton Inao, Carl Oshiro, Efren Top: Dante Rivera, Donald Chang, Donnie Camarillo, Samuel iguilar, Curtis Tom, Peter Agcanas, Coach Robert Morimoto. Harris, Gerald Lau, Wilfred Cabatu, underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen underclassmen '59 V-Nb K 4001! N N , r X , gAO,,e.l,' IX! . Q 5 -JL- H d J, WN su' ,J f I 'L mn' Ju -.....,,,11I mrr ' 'lmllill1luu1.,, """"" X . lIllIl wr " 'f f l mm ' I Q' Q UNK X W 1 JL underclassmen fun' der k1as'rnenj, n., plural. 1. Usually the freshmen or sophomoresg sometimes the jun- iors. 2. One who has more years of school before graduating. 3. Un- derelassmen. 4. No class. i Sophomores begin fresh adventure ZZ. G , ,., , 122 1 Ann and Jan laugh at a burnt chicken. Edward shows Charlie Brown who's boss Class of '77 Sophomores new to a larger curriculum faced etting acquainted with double periods, new achers, and scores of new faces. After the con- sion in making new adjustments died down. e Class of '77 definitely established themselves i an important part of the Farrington family. With class spirit, they elected Glen Coltes as 'esident to lead them to a fulfilling year. The ass of '77 celebrated their Sophomore Welcome ince in November and their Class Day in March. Surviving through their first year, the sopho- ores encountered many new experiences along e way, but they undoubtedly would face many ore in their next two years at Farrington. For em, it was just the beginning. 1 new school setting ts- 4 A3 inf' H , na .2 'E at 5 . . . ,Y I Aj ,J 4 " ,Indra E 'a""Nlltd.Q 5 Z ,,Q,,., Eden take .1 tv s a cake break between classes Glen Coltes Avis Kaneshiro Mitzi Kawakami Lanelle Peiler President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 12 Abe, Kurt Acedera, Romeo Acierto, Debra Acierto, Leopoldo Acorda, Orlina Acosta, Susan Agbayani, Jocelyn Agpaoa, Aurelio Aguilar, Marianne Aguilar, Marjess Agustin, Violeta Aina, Maryevette Akiu, Ranelle Alania, Marcia Ann Alcoran, Edwin Amian, Arceli Arakaki, Randal Aranda, Alejandro Arii, Nathan Aspili, Delia Asuncion, Loreta Au, Maimau Badua, Laverne Balallo, Claudio Balisacan, Florencia Balon, Teresita Bargamento, Cheryl Barino, Leilani Barrett, Elizabeth Bautista, Noel Bayot, Bernadette Bayudan, Shirley Bayudan, Silvino Benito, Stanley Bernard, Ernest Betiong, Alfonso Bonilla, Ofelia Brown, Martha Caballes, Vicente Cabbab, Neida. Cabbat, Juliet Cabellero, Angelique 5 I sf J , A, fe K ivzfm' ' wg, ,, , " ' of I W K , , A 'gsm f .vig ,, -we ., .H .12 if U' 'Ml -if , Yi if M V . , Campus neonhytes fight 0 4 lv ' -.. Y K ,,. ,,. 1 ., ,,,, Cabral, Henry Cacalda, Norma Cachola, Quenna Cadaoas, Marilyn Calantoc, Clifford Calaro, Reynaldo Calventas, Mercy Cambra, Juanita Camello, Amy Campos, Elizabeth Caneso, Clement Canon, Lisa Caraang, Imelda Caravalho, Theresa Casamina, Amelia Casaquit, Randall Castillo, Cielito A Castillo, Geronimo Castillo, Lory Castillo, Marcelina Castro, Stephen Cayabyab, Ador Ceria, Valentino Chang, Beverly Chang, Brayson Chang, Donald Curtis IS still loved by his mother, Christine, Corinne and Kumiko exchange gossip and classes. Chew, Gary Chun, Marjorie Cornelio, Floyd Corpus, Peter Cortes, Norma Crisologo, Delia Crum, Colleen Dadios, Flordeliza Daguro, Walter Damron, Beth Deguzman, Fausto DePonte, Ronald Domdoma, Kathleen Dung, Charles Edmalin, Felycres Elizaga, Pius Esera, Faatupu Espirito, Maria Espiritu, Villamor Estrada, Pacifico Eugenio, Ernest Farinas, Nestor Ferrer, Conrado Figueroa, Joyce Fontanilla, Jasmine Fujishima, Dean Fukunaga, Brian Furukawa, Terry Gaison, Selmajean Galam, Orlando E 5 ai i M! ' We 3 f r "L , Underclassmen seek answer I .fi ,i 'i l 'I ' v , f Tw lr? Q , 3 . X ,, V ,V ., ik V ,, I M K -fi ' Q 'V w- M' A , , , mm A A A PAQ?" N pw, YA . , K Q ., , , .M K, J' I ?' " 'f'1 , 'kh' ' , , , ,,,..,,,,, . ,.,,, , . A, gg w ff 423 i Cty? 4 .M , ,, , 71,5- Q I ,Ju -r 4 Galicinao, Amelia Galima, Sonya Galinato, Juliet Garce, Glennes Garcia. Nena Garidan, Janet Gaspar, Marlene Genobia, Lawrence Gocong, Josephine Gonzales, David Guerrero, J osi Guerzon, Abraham Guieb, Carolyn Guieb, Imelda Guting, Jayme Harris, Sweetheart Hatori, Anna Hayakawa, Lorrain " here am I" in guidance class .df AF' ,MW Lf., AS' Hayase, Mark Hayashi, Gail Hernandez, Rosalin Heu, Leroy Hieda, Wayson Higa, Raynard Higa, Susan Hikida, Byron Hirasaki, Corinne Hirata, Dean Hirata, Francine Hirohama., Gayle Ho, Edwin Honda, William Horikami, Cynthia Horio, Amy Huihui, Hercules Iglesia, Jason Ikemoto, Adelle Inao, Newton Ing, Cheryl Iosua, Harrison Isara, Lorraine Iwamasa, Curtis 6 da Johansen, Kelle Josefovicz, Linda Juan, Teresita Kahoopii, Gail Kakazu, Clyde Kam, Carlson Kama, Robert Kamai, August Kamaka, Doreen Kaneshiro, Avis Kaneshiro, Joanne Kaneshiro, Linda Kaneshiro, Sonya Kau, Edna Kau, Susan Kawakami, Mitzi Kekuawela, Doreen Kipu, Tamra Kishi, Kim Kiuchi, Mark Kiyabu, Vicki Films Kobylanski, John Kogami, Susan Kohatsu, JoAnn Kuala, Elizabeth Kuramoto, Gayle Kutaka, Linda Kwak, Chae Sok Labayog, Luzviminda Lactaden, Wilma Ladera, Zennada Lam, Avis Lam, Ivy Lancaster, David Lau, Melanie Laxina, Emelita Lee, Grace Lee, Lenora Leopoldo, Lovey Leybag, Arceli Li, Linda Llanes, Edward Longboy, Albert Loo, Gordon Lucas, Frances LM L ,WV W, enrich curriculum with stud' ov- w Q u ,if V3 Mr xt, fi 4' -y I .JJ ...ay pf' A good fireman Sandra practices controlling the barbecue blaze Lum, Lynette Ma'ae, Feilo'ai Maemori, Judy Mahelona, Jonathan Mahoney, Mary Maki, Lauren Malia, Landis Maneja, Myrna Manguino, Mary Manuel, Corazon Mariano, Reynaldo Marquez, Luzviminda Martin, Luzviminda Martinez, Delores Martinez, Gloria Marzo, Daniel Mascoto, Vanessa Matsumura, April Mau, Jane Ann Minatoya, Ann Miyasato, Daniel Mohika, Alice Molina, Ruthy Molina, Tessie KA fzf ,W I M MN Spirited cheering uplifts tenderfoo Monico, Daniel Montervon, Marie Mosca, Darrlyn Murobayashi, Sharon Nakabayashi, Rod Nakamoto, Verna Nakamura, Cindy Nakamura, Irwin Nakasone, Iris Napalapalai, Natalie Nicodemus, Edith Nishida, Lorraine Obra, Marceliana Obrero, Marcelina Ogata, Lloyd Oishi, Michael Okada, Deborah Okihiro, Mark Okinaka, Kumiko Okudara, Kelly Okuma, Debra-Jean Onitsuka, Dawn Ordonez, Nelson Orta, Brenda ' i i"" I " "" , 1 Nj kr - Q y , K x N f' x ,f , s .Eff-v-.5 VV ,,-Q 4 LA 1 A W L ,, A., 'Qs 4 1 ff M f 'WY ff f , i , wzfam- 9' V 4' 1 1 Z M A WW? 4 Wy ,ww , Elf 1 awww WJ a?f24'f5 1- , , ff N a 4.8 ,, Lt games, rallies ...av Y f f "iiW2f1f'3Ez .fir 5 , I 1 .T U if 314' Oxiles, Jonathan Pagaduan, Julie Pagaduan, Wilfredo Pagala, Gloria Pagan, Earl Paguyo, Ronnie Palpallatoc, Lorna Pang, Carleen Paranada, Eleuteria Pascual, Chita Pascual, Rolando Patigayon, Lance Pedro, Laurie Peiler, Lanelle Perry, Alice Preza, Manuel Puchalski, Ednamae Quarto, Edgar Quemado, William Quinabo, Bernadette Quiocho, Leslie Rabe, John Rafael, Felina Ramelb, John Ramirez, Lily Ramirez, Myrna Ramiro, Salvador Ramones, Charmaine Ramos, Ben Ramos, Gloria Ranches, Lydia Reyes, Lydia Riingen, Evelyn Rivera, Dante Robello, Cynthia Robello, George Roy, Teresita Saau, Tauvale Sabio, Jerry Sagucio, Margarita Sahagun, Thelma Saito, Rodney Sakaria, Evelina Salsedo, Albert Salvador, Sylvia Sanders, Nellie Santiago, Debra Sato, Lynette Seredon, Arlene Serrana, Penaforte Shimabukuro, Lee Shimoda, Faye Shinsato, Edwin Shiroma, Calvin Silao, Cathleen Simon, Leticia Smith, Donald So, Debra Soriano, Debra Soriano, Erwin Stone, Kaylyn Suenaga., Jeanne Supnet, Yvette Govs seek A heavy report card Suyat, Danila Suzuki, Joy Tabieros, Myrna Tadeo, Juanino Tadiarca, Leonida Tagavilla, Salvador Taira, Derek Takara, Anne Tamashiro, Alan Tanida, Greg Tanigawa, Faith Tateishi, Stuart Tatemichi, Laverne Taufetee, Talapelo Taumalatou, Lulu Tengan, Abraham Tengan, Mel Tetsutani, Faye Thor, Jodi Togade, Josephine Tolentino, Zenaida Tom, Curtis Tomas, Estrelita Torres, Elizabeth at semester's end Vw . . ., , 4-g F' 3221? 4 ggi Debra and her gang enjoy a pep rally. ,I -1 M L Aa, .v .lr ,f - ,Q wang 'rw ff .L+ Q , A a , w f iff . ,J A f. Y " , , " x ol -f -Q Tsuchiyama,Tommy Tsutsumi, Lance Tumamao, Ronald Uchida, Lance Uekawa, Sherilyn Ungos, Gloria Urayani, Helen Uyechi, Christine Uyeda, Erwin Uyehara, Peter Valencia, Norman Valencia, Vincent Valera, Remedios Vallejo, Beverly Vea, Lorraine Vendiola, Jonathan Verano, Christine Visoria, Debra Wong, Clifford W0Hg, David Wong, Elise Worthy, Tammy Yamada, Nancy Yamamoka, Alan Yamasaki, Lori Yasuda, Iris Yawn, Eden Young, Colleen Young, Lynn Zsido, Carl D 134 I X 1 Terrie shows her form at the powder puff football game. E 'B Class of '76 The Class of '76 returned to the Hinstitutio even better than the last. After getting back to the routines of school li they wasted no time in combining work wi pleasure. The highly publicized Junior Prom w held in April at the Moana Surfrider Hotel. At t roundings a touch of class. A week in May was reserved especially for t for their final year at Farrington, the juniors i wiser from the experiences they had had fro the previous year, and aimed to make this ye 3 5 highlight of the year the stu-dents gave the su: k Junior Class, with each day providing a new at tivity for everyone. Showing their eagerness ' every activity and building up their enthusias proved themselves to be the true "Spirit of "76.' Class leaders burst brain: ez ta Johnell Freitas Fe Bueno Eric Chibana Agnes Benitez President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Jose uses body language to convey a. H Ir. Tanouye's protege goes through an exercise. Tessie takes a. close look at her layout. - o ww 5 1 4 ,A , wg A c ,tm -4 -fr A449 ,f h"' f 0, -4 , ,Q ,,,..,, ,, 45 w vitalize grade level government fi 4 . f 5.5: 135 Ababon, Donnamarie Abe, Malcolm Abing, Omar Acedo, Milla Adams, Leinaala Adaniya, Jonni Afaga, Juliet Afaga, Yolanda Agarpao, Daniel Agayas, Viola Agodong, Clarita Aguilar, Jerry Ajolo, Teresita Akatsuka, Henry Aki, Inez Akimoto, Rene Alcantra, Norman Alcaraz, Loretta The Farrington Way reflects pri Alejandro, Elviro Amarco, Fernando Amoroso, Yvonne Ancheta, Len Anno, Annie Antonio, Bernadette Aoki, Neal Asato, Cindy Asato, Debora Au, Marilyn Aurio, Allyson Badua, Lemuel Balisacan, Sylvia Balmilero, Andronida Barayuga, Tessie Barba, Josephine Bargas, Doreen Barretto, Raylani Basconcillo, Elsa Battung, Darlynn Bautista, Judy Bautista, Nida Bayang, Corazon Benigno, Paterno "What kicks!" Dean and Lance laugh at the sop omore initiates. ,Y ' V' ad.. Benitez, Agnes Bernard, Mary Biete, Priscilla Blaquera, Joann Bolosan Juanita Xi Bonilla, ,Charles Bonilla, Lourdes Bonilla, Silverio Bornios, Liberato Bringas, Jason Brown, Wendy Browning, Robert Bueno, Fe Bumanglag, Irmingarda Butac, Stanley Cabiles, Zenaida Cabuyadao, Irmina Cacalda, Myrna Cachero, Ramon Cachero, Reynato Cacpal, Eduardo Calma, Rizalina Camacho, Agnes Camello, Rudolph Campos, Marilu Canoy, Elsa Capers, Jo-Ann Caraang, Edwin Carranza, Elvira Casamina, Elsie Castillo, Amado Castro, Rueben Chinen, Carol Chinen, Joanne Ching, Wanda Ching, Wilette Chun, Kalene Chun, Tilda Cruz, Veneranda Cudal, Carolyn Damron, Paul Daniels, Donna Dela Cruz, Licerio Delacruz, Divina Delacruz, Elena Delos Santos, Victoria Dilda, Patricia Dionne, Jeannie Dollente, Josephine Domingo, Wilma Dung, Lily Espejo, Corazon Espresion, Amelia Eugenio, Debbylinda Ewaliko, Gladiola Fagaragan, Judith "Whats ,ll Popular school lunche that?" Burt asks in band class. MW, 'i L ' Huli-huli chicken sellers, Joanne, Carol, and Lori, hawk their wares. Fasavalu, Cindy Felipe, Edward Freitas, Johnell Fujiwara, Violet X Funakoshi, Lynn 'Ft Furutani, Elton we shekels and time Gajete, Alfredo Gamboa, Chepilov Ganio, Aurelia Ganir, Leticia ,f - ""' Ganotisi, Evangeline ,f'J , Garabiles, Pablito Garett, Roberta Gomabon, Robert Gonsalves, Clyde Gushiken, Joyce Gushiken, Renee Hagerty, Elizabeth Harris, Gary Hayashi, Dawn Hee, Becky Hieda, Paula Ho, Sharon Horikami, Melvin Ikehara, Lynda Ino, Susanna Inouye, Kelvin Irei, Roy Isa, Evelyn Isa, Sharon Ito, Sharon Iyomasu, Beth Izumigawa, Faye Jandoc, Daniel Jandoc, Mario Kaleiwohi, Jennifer ,ii L Kamada, Elverton f V 'H ' Kamai, Mary Kamakani, Tammy Kamaya, Janice ' Kamegawa, Avis Kanda, Charlotte Kane, Kenny ' Kaneaiakala, Sarahlynn J' - f -J ' - Kanehiwa, Randell Kaneshiro, Dean Kaneshiro, Jon g Kang, Jin Hwa Kanzaki, Shanon Kaopuiki, Mary Lou I - Kawamoto, Kay V 'j x- Junior prom adds anothe Ke, Gregory Kia, Karlyn Kido, Marvin Kishaba, Jack Kishi, Kent Koanui, Troy Kodama., Laura Komatsu, Terry ' Kosaki, Gerald Kubota, Ann Kuioka, Darrell , ff V Kuniyoshi, Terry 'fi if V M Kusaka, Michael Kusatani, Dale Lau, Henry Lau, Karen Lazaro, Josephine Lazarte, J eane , Lee, Randall Leleo, Kathleen Leong, Matthew Longboy, Melinda Lopez, Gerry Luber, Reynaldo J A .- - A - Eydie whiles away some time working on a puzzle Lubong, Ruben Macalino, Alvin Machado, Elizabeth Magsanide, Juliana Malapit, Priscilla Manglicrnot, Wesley Manibog, Villamor Manuel, Carmen Martin, Emily Martin, Mario Masaki, Bert Matsunobu, Becky McKenna, Natalie Mendoza, Angelina Miura., Aprillynn Miyahira, Thomas Miyaji, Calvin Miyamoto, Guy Miyashiro, Debby Miyashiro, Eydie Moon, Joanne Mow, Cindy Munoz, Editha. Murota, Melanie Gail accepts congratulations after a GOV victory. Nagata, Joy Nagata, Marylynn , , ,457 4 2, f Nakamoto, Keith ' 1 ,,i Nakamura, Nadine Nakano, Lynn Nakata, Karen ,Q ,., .,,, M,,W:f.,f,,.Wff1ea,,:.f ,f..,' WW ' Nanod, Michael Nazarino, Jared Class of '76 laboi Nikaido, Dwight Noda., Barney Novela, Liza Ogata, Lairo Ohama, John Okamura, Lisa Okihiro, Miles Okudara, Kim Okuhara, Jennie Olipares, Elsa Olipares, Harlean Onouye, Galen Oshiro, Jon Pagan, Marlinda Pajarillo, Maureen Parker, Denise Parras, Rufina Pascua, Bona Pascua, Joann Pascua, Madeline Pascual, Abraham Pedro, Sula Peralta, Eduardo at , Pescador, Tita K 3, - X YQK4 ff J live up to renown spirit , f I be,-We-'Y fn' L--fe Pilar, Lucille Pinol, Rosalia Polendey, Marilou Queja, Jacinta Queja, Jose Quiral, Ilimani Rabaco, Letecia Rabanal, Arlene Rabor, Grace Ragasa, Francis Ramirez, Susan Ramos, Benedict Ramos, Paula Randolph, Brenda Raquedan, Dorothy Raymond, David Remigio, Marilyn Rideb, Damiana Rivad, Florencia Rivera, Jocelyn Sadie, Magdalena Saifoloi, Tavai Sakamoto, Kyoko Salvador, Glicerio 144 "Now I said to the teacher, "An A or else," Jo-Ann sneers. 1 , .., " J Santos, Sally Sasano, Susan Sato, Wade Schulmeister, Lorene Sepulveda, Priscilla Serrao, Renee 7, Leaders lose battl Seu, Jeri AJ V, S f Shima, Mae 5, f 7 Shimabuku, Julie 2' l'l-i I Shimabukuro, Jon Shinbara, Wayne Silva, Darlene E k 1 W I ff Y f .ffv f J rdf 2 1 nr Simmons, Rudolph 3, Solanzo, Bernardita - Solima, Julie W Sooto, Selina . Sorayama, Clayton 'Y - l Spencer, Margaret Q - My ' . S, 'A' K Stibbard, Neal Strong, Sandra Subeldia, Mona Suzuki, Amy Suzuki, Debora 3 Suzuki, Patricia M - 'Q' 1 Tacderan, Carmelita Tacub, Marilyn Taira, Pat Tamada, Kathy Tamayo, Amarilis Tamayose, Eric Tang, So Ying Tanno, Noreen Taoy, Cleta Tatemichi, Lorraine Tengan, Colleen Teraoka, Bruce Teruya, Fern Tiave, Iva Tibayan, Dolores Tisalona, Sabrina Titcomb, Faith Tokuda, Laurie Tokumi, Kurt Tokunaga, Sandra Toro, Michelle Torres, William Toy, Evalani Trilles, Kathryn Tsuchiyama, Larry Tumamao, Myrna Uejo, Susan Valencia, Grace Vallejo, Eder Verzosa, Rosemarie Villanueva, Florencia Visaya, Marilyn Wann, Richelle Weau, Rawlene Whang, Vanessa Won, Susan Wong, Peter Woo, Phyllis Wright, Cari Wun, Bernadette Yamada, Thomas Yamane, Doreen Yanos, Dennis Yoshida, Alvin Yoshida, Paula Yoshiyama, Glenn Young, Randall Zukeran, Chris senior senior senior senior senior senior senior senior senior f QQ Q,- N' 932' Y vii X mm iw ,,,,,A u v H ummmmmuumm. W , . .V r A .. Xu mm... ,N 1Xx WN. We We ii senior fsen' yerj, n. IL., compar. of senex, senis, o1d.j 1. One of high rank or standing by virtue of ser- vice. 2. The highest class. 3. Span- ish gentleman or otherwise. Johnson and Alvin frolic during halftime activities a stadium. V' Q if' g' - ' "2 ,QQ 6 1 Class of ,75 The Class of '75 is certain to remember final year at Farrington as being simply diff from all the rest. Having to cope with an u lievable number of disappointments that " had to happen during our yearf, the mightg niors managed to turn things around for the ter and get away by saying, "It's time f4 change, anyway." The drawbacks of the year, which includee phasing out of Serendipity and Interim Ses due to the lack of participation in previous y were compensated for by the highlights o year: the Holoku Ball, Class Day, and the mencement Ball. Despite the razing of the traditional stage niors worked diligently on commencement 3 cises, having to iron out the problems 0 revised graduation procedures. June 7, 1975 c all too soon, and the 36th graduating class ofl was free to take on the impending 'Sfirst dag the rest of their livesf' Farrington produces i Vw:- v-""""m Renee Arakaki Dawn Ishihara Carolyn Kikuchi Sidney Kobashigavs. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer j QQ .,,' My Fabian hits the books. No fool around with me. eh?" warns Christine. ,C i P ia 2 L n , . 'f-. ff f , , th graduating class , V ,l Seniors are entertained during intermission at the Holoku Ball. 'Zi x Ababon, Vincent Abe, Lance T. Abero, Charlene D. Acierto, Carmelita Acio, Buenaflor P. Aczon, Eliezer Y. Adkins, Richard Agena, Wendy S. Agpaoa, Homer R. Agpaoa, Odette V. Aguada, Virginia M. Aguilar, Laurie C. Aguinaldo, Felicisima Agustin, Eddie P. Agustin, Maria. Agustin, Nicetas B. Agustin, Norma, D. Aiu, Charlene K. Aiwohi, Alicia K. Ajolo, Reynaldo 150 6You'11 Never Walk Alon ff' S-' ets theme for senior year :UN Wie' uf" , of ? 3 .,,.- .wr ,Ar H... - ,.-.w- as l ar- 'lvi AVN I ons XFN-.' N, .eyiy Akiu, Leroy B. Akiyama, Wade T. Alboro, Brenda G. Alcain, Jimmy Alconcel, Lawrence Alexander, Donna L. Alexander, Ivan D. Alexander, Mark Aliifua, Michael Alipio, Editha Q. Almozara, Teresita R Alvarez, Douglas W. Ambanta, Leonard Amian, Apolinar Amisone, Ami Amodo, Wilfred S. Anae, Jessica Andrade, Stephanie Andres, Vilorie A. Anno, Betty Lou S. 151 Antonio, Marie Apo, Thomas C.H.K. Aquino, Angeles B. Aquino, Glenn E. Arai, Jo-Anne E. Arakaki, Karen S. Arakaki, Terence Arita, Michael H. Asato, Robyn R. Asentista, Fred Seniorhood is sometimes joy, sometime Asentista, Lisa G. Asuncion, Estrella Atuatasi, Lima Au, Randal C.K. 174 'Crum Aufotu, Epenesa R Aurio, Mel Ayson, Stephanie M. Bacani, Marilou "Alf-4 Balanay, Aling Balanay, Ely D. Balanay, Rey P. Balantac, Serefina 152 A Donna tries to escape school blahs in the library. Ballesteros, Theodore G Baniaga, Geraldine Barboza., Hubert L. Bargamento, Donna H. Barut, Matilde V. Basioa, Charlene Batangan, David B. Batungbacal, Terry Baxa, Irene A. Bayang, Juanita P. Bayang, Matilde R. Bernard, Alvin 153 fl 7 at 1 if Wi iff J Aqua, Doris and Wendy confer on their collective research. Bernardino, Brenda L. Bolibol, Johnson A. Bolosan, Nancy B. Bonilla, Encarnacion Bonilla, Shirley B. Bonite, Duane N. Boots, Rayelani I. Bright, Joann P.K. Brown, Danielle R. Brown, Georgia Cabagbag, David R. Cabatu, Wilfred S. 154 F. l Final exam were-ri 'CY Cabiles, Constance L. Cabinatan, Dallas A. Cabral, Beatriz C. Cachola, Brenda B. Cachola, Eduardo C. Cachola, Eliza C. Cachola, Juanita Cadaoas, Gertrudes C. Cahall, Maxine Calderon, Venedicta Calicdan, June A. Camacho, Diana K. Camarillo, Donnie R. Campos, Ernestina A Caneso, Phillip V. Canoy, Beatriz P. Caraang, Leonida E. Cariaga, Elmer Carino, Lydia N. Carnate, Angeles Carter, Arthur E. Castillo, Nancy 155 Castro, Donna Castro, Kauilani Cefra, Damien K. Ceria, Jose P. Chang, Keith G. Chee, Randall K.S. Chinen, Eric K. Chinen, Merton Y. Ching, Kevin K.S. Ching, Mervin Chow, Audrey K.M. Chu, James S.G. Seniors make themselves known at the Kaimuki game X 3, TJ' 4-.A ii Chun, Carol-Sue K.P Chun, Donald K.K. Chun, Eileen H.M. Chun, Sook Hing x., 'V' eniors pave their way to success N--+-'Uv Y-60 -my Nun i:l"s no-N Collado, Darby P. Corales, Lawrence Corpuz, Remedios C. Corpuz, Virginia V. Cortez, Tony P. Costa, Gale M. Crisostomo, Cordero Cuizon, Darlene A. Cuizon, Hope L. Dacoscos, Barbara Dacuycuy, Milagros A. Damas, Milton Danao, Owen L. Daniels, Brenda M. Dela Cruz, Luzviminda Delgado, Cynthia Delos Santos, Lillian T. Collier, Donnamae M. DePonte, Michael Dilda, Donna Dollente, Teresita, M. Drummondo, Vivienne D. Dutro, Faerie K.K. Ea, Larry Eala, Miguel E. Endo, J aniedean C. Erice, Carolino C. Eslit, Keith Esperanza, Glenn J. Espinosa, Bernard L. Esprecion, Nicholas R. Esprecion, Teodora I. Esteban, Jerry Eteuati, Sieli Etrata, Edna E. Faamama, Sinatala Fanene, Marlene O. Feagai, Sasoa FeBenito, Lynn C. FeBenito, Pernille Felipe, Eleanor S. Fernandez, Mark 158 , ,,, .,,,, , . gb. , X Counselors hear 4.7 2 ,, L , ' x 1' going gra.d?' 4... , ix I k.7Q1c,?Z, V Q.-1 lg: N ,J 'x his n -f J , , hs. X 7 ig if Ji' 1.2: ni f f rv' 4... Ferrer, Ernesto P. Fonseca, Lisa M. Fontanilla, Cielita G Fuertes, Jeremiah Fujikawa, Jocelyn S. Fujimura, Danel T. Fujioka, Cindy Fujioka, Norine C. Fujioka, Stephen T. Fujishima., Keith Fukushima, Linda N. Funtanilla, Oscar Robert demonstrates his disinterest in "that cute' guy? . , . lf 02' 4 ei W 5 22 s K M 'QQ if r l . ff,, .f 2.z::f"2 K- 'A 1 . Mem. 'W ',-,,g , . . , f ll. ,,..- 7 ... . . I la? g , .. . AXX ...W . ,,N,, ' Lynne willingly serves a hull-huli chicken buyer. , yffb' ."' Preparing for adulthood Furukawa, Gary T. n Furuta i, Lynne R. Furuya, Russell I. Gabriel, Erlinda Gagai, Leataoloi Gagarin, Dolores L. Galam, Anita M. Galima, Antonio M. Galinato, Norma Galindo, Debbie H. Galoia, Uilifereti Gandeza, Josephine S. gg '-gif, 'W' Gandy, Vanessa L. Garcia, Bill A. Gascon, Augustina A. Gascon, May M. Gasper, Alvina D.K. Gately, Jack Ginoza, Grace N. Godin, Darlyn S. Gonsalves, Carlos Gonsalves, Velita Gonzales, Frederico Goo, Melvin S. Gorion, Gerald Gueco, Clifton A. Guerrero, Edwin M. Guting, Darrelyn L. Guting, Godofredo A. Hao, Sari Harada, Gilbert M. Harris, Samuel B. Hatori, Bernadine A. Hayase, Charlyn N. 161 Haynes, Raymond Higa, Alvin T. Higa, Audrey N. Higa, Cathleen Y. Higa, Pauline Higa, Roxanne M. Higa, Roy K. Higa, Susan M. Higashida, Matthew S. Hirata, Guy K. K. H Ag 4""w- 5 lik Super seniors show their talenf Ho, Aaron D. Ho, Edmund Hokama, James Y. Hosea, Joette Huihui, Herbert K. Huihui, Jo K Hyde, Rosalind L Ibana, Rizal R. Ige, Carleen F. Ige, Isaac I. Imada, Valerie C. Infiel, Charmaine E. xy Ti. L. 7+ ul is 'fb 1n school Johnson eagerly awaits his cue. 0f"? N, , L., ,K 1 kg j V 'J fm, Ing, Natalie Y.N. Ino, Deanna J. Ioane, Etepati T. Iosefa, Tumua Iramina, Eugene S. Irei, Lois K. Isa, Iris N. Ishihara, Dawn D. Isidro, Francisca A. Ito, Gail E. Ito, Sandra K. Iwamasa, Warren M Iwatani, Joyce A. Jacosalem, Brice C Jakosalem, Virginia C Jandoc, Alejandro J Kahakui, Irwin M. Kaleponi, Clarence ' Kam, Kendall Kamalii, Sharon K. Kamegawa, Janice K. Kamei, Clinton Kamimura, Jody K. Kanehiwa, Goton A. Sandra and Iris man the cashboxes as seniors order 'IT their caps and gowns. Upperclassme- 1l"aq Kaneshiro, Anthony D. Kaneshiro Christine K Kaneshiro Cindy C. Kaneshiro Dane R. Kaneshiro, Gary I. Kaneshiro, Kenneth H. Kaneshiro, Lynette A. Kanoa,Va1erie Kaopuiki, Ruth L. Kapua, Victoria A. Karamatsu, Iris A. Karratti, Lloyd L. each high for awards and scholarships Kaulia, Dennis Kaulia, Sherene H. Kauweloa, Melody Kawakami, Elvina M. Kawakami, Norman T. Kea, John K. Kealoha, Beldon Kelly, John Keohokapu, Tammie A. Kikuchi, Carolyn 165 Kim, Bonnie M. Kim, Broderick M. Kim, Hwa Soon Kim, Nathan K. Kimura, Dean H. Kirito, Cheryl Kitayama, Naomi Kiuchi, Lisa Kobashigawa, Faye H. Kobashigawa, Sidney H. Kobayashi, Mark Y. Komatsu, Karen Komesu, Gordon F. Konanui, Shirley L. Kondo, Robin Konno, Earl Koyama, Darlene A. Kubo, Barbara Y. Kula, Noelani F. Kunichika, Eric T. Kuroda, Kyle K. Kwak, Hyo Sun 166 Kwan, Adam T. Kwong, Wai Chak Laboy, Clives Laloulu, Vuia Lau, Gerald W. Lau, Victor S.H. Lavaro, Adeliza Lee, Connie S.K. Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee Deborah R. Grace K.I. Kathleen O. Kenneth C. K. Carol puts the f1n1sh1ng touches on her creation. p ,,,,....-- ' i MH, snnfpnzfifi g,, Sieli and Velita. helpfully prepare refreshments Lee, Merleen T. K. Lee, Un Hui Lee, Wayne P. Lehano, Eugene Leleo, Nathan K. Ligot, Victor F. Like, Elnette Lindsey, Cindy J. Lin Herman E, Lopez, Francisco G. Luale, Moana Lucas, Thelma Lulu, Faleilagi Lum, Lynette P.K. Lum, Wesley B.H. Machado, April P. Madriaga, Benedict A. Madriaga, Teodora Mahuna, Richella M. Makalii, Enette Maki, Randall T. Malia, Anson K. Manzano, Consolacio Marciel, Robert Marfil, Byron Martinez, Charlene L. Martinez, Clarence B. Martinez, Juan Martinez, Leslyn Marzo, Robert C. Matautia, Taei Matsumoto, Clay Matsumoto, Donna Mau, Judy A. 1 Mitamura, Cheryl N Mauga, Sulimoni Maxilom, Alan Megia, Alan J. Membrere, Marcela Mendiola, Joan F. Mendoza, Agapito A. Mendoza, Dominador Mendoza, Helen Meyer, Lana K. Meyer, Stephanie Miguel, Judith M. Miguel, Patrick Miho, Myron K. Miles, Deborah S Minami, Melvin M. Minei, Robert M. Miyahira, Mona N Miyaki, Doreen C Miyasato, Iris Y. Moniz, Stephanie Morita, Maureen N. Mow, Regina Y. H. Muller, Lester L. 0 an :vw-f w Lorna ponders a news item in The Governor. Mundon, Laurilyn M. Murakami, Carolyn K. Muramoto, Thomas Muranaka, Janice S. Murobayashi, Curtis I. Muse, Michele A. Nakagawa, Brian Nakajo, Iris T. Nakamoto, Jo-Ann S. Nakamoto, Mei Nakamoto, Reginald Nakamura, Amy 171 Nakamura, Mitzi H. Nakamura, Robin K. Nakasone, Harry Nako, Toni Nakoa, John K. Natividad, Herminigilda Nicely, Arthur H. Nieto, Ermelina T. Nip, Maurinn Nishi, Janice T. Nishihira, Carl S. Nishimura, Paul T. W' K 4qx has-mf M . YIT7 fv- in 'C' Intent on their music-making are Hubert, Carleen, Jeri and Donnamae. S X is Nishiyama, Alton I Nishizawa, Jan M. Nobriga, Loveyann Nobukuni, Doris K. Nofoa, Valu T. Noguchi, Ronald M Novela, Maria C. Nuesca, Roly C. Nunies, Miles Obra, Violeta B. Oda, Gary T. Ohta, Roxanne N. Oishi, Doreen S. Okimi, Carol J. Olanolan, Wesley J. Olanoy, Michelle Olipares, Hubert B. Omoso, Tomacita M. Ordonez, Lorna E. Orot, Madonna S. Orpilla, Eleazer D. Ortiz, Darilyn L. Oshima, Karen H. Oshiro, Carl I. Oshiro, Hideo Oshiro, James Oshiro, Loraine M. Oshiro, Violet A. Oto, Ted N. Owens, Nelson B. Oyadomari, David Paa, Isaias F. Pac uin An elinei fl Q, S Pacyao, Zeedla L. L. T. S. 17 Pagaduan, Roger Pagala, Carter J. Pagala, Joni L. Pagatpatan, Angela P. Paguyo, Larrilyn L. Pahio, Aquamarine W. Pakele, Annette Palafox, Fernando Panoncillo, George T. Paresa, Susan S. Pascua, Alfonso R. Pascua, Jose hmm. 'W-'W-+3 2 ACK Seniors contribute service "www Pascua, Wilson U. Pasion, Marilyn Pasion, Nida E. Pasion, Pedro Patigayon, Roxann Paueli, Sapena. Pavao, Darleen E. Peiler, Rochelle L. Perreira, Dolores J. Piko, Maureen Polendey, Robert Pollock, Patrick K. 'Gau- Cheryl Irlene and Ins bus11y 1a.y out the ch1cken for broiling. Popejoy, Velma Pratt, William Pugay, Caroline U. Puleisili, Vaai Puni, Franklin K. Puno, Teresita Quiamzon, Richard Quibuyen, Myrna Lyn B. Quinabo, Shirley B. Quintana, Susanne J. Quiocho, Judylene A. Quiocho, Peter my-1 n rn: David concentrates on creating the perfect shoe. -th- iv ir'-"" 11 iq-v Seniors mu ' f ,.,..ua-dai ' M fi' 'Hd if 7 . ffiii '97 if in-.- m ,ff 1 . h rf" GUN s-.A.,NvY Q sa..- t off school mid-semester blahs I JUNK J . aw!! we--. V, , If- ! n 'Dx , 40- - 454949 -5 l I 1 Rabe, Michael Racuya, Marcelina Ralar, Edsel N. Ralleta, Benedict V Ralleta, Delia L. Ramelb, Janet G. Ramiro, Arthur S. Ramones, Colleen Ramones, Florfina Ramos, Esther T. Ramos, Irlene S. Ramos, Mira V. Ramos, Thomas Rapisora, Frank P. Reantaso, Theresa A Rebudal, James A. Reid, Charleen V. Reis, Susan M. Remigio, Johnny Remigio, Ronald Renken, Cindy Ann Rivera, Deceree Rivera, Elpidio I. Rivera, Ramon B. Robino, Alvin G. Rodrigues, Benjamin J. Rodrigues, Gloria B. Ronduen, Imelda Ruiz, Raynette M. Ruizo, Carmen L. Sabado, Terrie Ann Sabio, Rogelio S. Sadang, Robert F. Sagucio, Eden G. -'V' 'Ml' Kuo-we Strains of 'Pomp and Circumstan Saifoloi, Ilaisa Sakaguchi, Miles Sakai, Sonia M. Sakaue, Cynthia S. Sakihara, Jeri S. Sakumoto, Linda K. Salavea, Montana L. Salinda, Cathleen Saludes, Lerma C. Salvador, Gorgonia A. 178 'Utes 'if' Salvatera, Josephine Santiago, Phillip W. Santos, Elizabeth O. Santos, Shirley R. Sato, Gregg Y. Sawai, Mona K. Seibert, Susan C. Serdenia, Saturnino Seymour, William P. Shigenaga, Chris K. Shijo, Carole Shimabukuro, Duane Dawn takes a fall. Shimabukuro, Phyllis S. Shimoda, Lynn E. Shiraki, Lloyd Shiroma, Susan S. X Y Shishido, Eric T. Siatafu, Solomaia Silao, Alan J. Silao, Bobby Silva, Frank J. Silva, Lori A. Silva, Marlene Silva., Stephanie A. Renee and Carolyn are passive listeners at the Senior Townhall meeting. gow,-ug, '31-wwf IU' Class leadel Simeona., Chris R.K. Smith, Michele Soh, Denise K. Sojot, Ray Soliven, Cecilio Soliven, Crispin Solusod, Val Sooto, Fualaau L. Spencer, Jody K. Steinhoff, Kyle D. Sue-Ako, Kendrick Y.F Suekawa, Judith M. Suekawa, Lynne H. Sugahara, Guy S. Sugiura, Peggie S. Sula, Faanimo Sumida, Michael T. Suzuki, J oy Tabilang, Pauline D. Tabiolo, Teresito N. Taculao, Joy V. Tadiarca., Renato A. 181 Taei looks quizzically at her assignment for the day. Tagad, Joseph R. Takai, Liane Talaeai, Lorine Tam, Joyce Tamada, Tammy T. Tamanaha, Joanne T. Tamashiro, Myles S. Tamayo, Wilson Tamboa, Evelyn A. Tamura, Rene Tanabe, Keith R. Tanaka, Kevin S. S has Homework boggle , ,..f"5,.V ' 1 rwm.....,,,,,.....,Q.1 '1 .- ,, ""' ' '1"1 il.. t E me mind but reinforces the soul Q ,lb q""9' 5 'Hu Tangonan, Rosemary Tanouye, Russell Tengan, Karen K. Teves, Bernadette R. Teves, Stephanie F. Thornton, Rialrome H Thornton, Zariai A.L. Tilitile, Arsenio Tina, Ernesto Tobita, Clifford T.C. Togiai, Ane Tokunaga, Guy K. Tom, Dawn Tomasu, Carol Tomita, Verna S. Tomori, Donna Toro, Ricky M. Torres, Henry C. Torres, Malfred K.L T Trask, Mahie Trazo, Angeli A. Trinidad, Seso L. Truelove, Linda R.K Tsukiyama, Wanette Tugade, Bonifacio Tuquero, Dionisia A. Uchihara, Iris N. Uejo, Brenda E. Ujihara, Jean A. Uli, Saagi Ulufonua, Topua Urabe, Randall K. Uruu, Cynthia C. Vaefaga, Sao Valdez, Alberta Valdez, Lorna P. Valencia, Zenaida A. Vendiola, Rowena N. Vierra, Elizabeth Villaluz, Shirley A. V lAa,,.V Q Villanueva, Donna L Villanueva, Renita V Viloria, Ely R. Wakazuru, Mae M. 184 School is beating th Vs.,,.,,w,z Wallace, Douglas Watanabe, Bruce K. Watanabe, Earl Y. Watanabe, Gary A. Watanabe, Scott M. Won, Sharon Y.J. Wong, Amy A.M. Wong, Linda W. L. Yahiku, Jerry K. Yama, Garrick Yamada, Karen Yamanaka, Anne Yamashiro, Tomoko Yambaw, Drusilla D. Yanuaria, Felymar V Yap, Jonathan Yoshida, Marisa J. Young, Candice L. Young, Genevieve M. Young, Natalie K. S. staff staff staff staff staff staff staff staff staff ' 'L y x ' 1 al 'z'-W'--. ft 'j:'::'l!" ' "Wh , Q wwf, .. I .ex 73,0 'I' f N75 51:44 x ,, A W ' ' 1 Y wwf us fu ll - Il fl "' H11 flu lf, ,yi 1 Wwwwhwl f M. wrllf?f'fffl t :VW nz I X ' ll "ffl:-fl: 'W ill: J"w - W. 'lv - If Il LW' 9' ll' XX r 1-film lv1'H r HF .Q K-X ,U uv' V4.2 .1 '1'-X R iw ul, 11,+x,.xbx s xxx X xt K K all S Qi X -S M 1 s b -sas ' mg x 'l quilt gg . f5'Ql .V N is 'A N N 5' ii ' lui dp? X QQ. -R f fl ww,- lk Q ' A 1' - my 'iff in 1 Mug K ws. 'ts'-XJ Q , . 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E X J xx, 'I L 0 Xue 0, Q -It 1 , , 0 lb rv E Mrs. Funai, Mrs. Mau and Mrs. Emerson have the faculty meeting blues. ,,,, . , . 2 , , fi, mf 2 A Robert Fukuyama Nelson Yoshioka First Vice-Principal Second Vice-Principal Administrators seek Wa. 3 l .kf' aj' wmhmmbw 188 Kiyoshi' Minami Principal The Staff The members of the faculty returned to Far- rington for another year of school which meant everything from bliss to frustrations. The faculty was again confronted with a new schedule this year. The new bell schedule re- sulted in a longer lunch period and school ending later. In June, came a sigh of relief. The faculty mem- bers could relieve themselves of headaches and tensions and look back and laugh about the com- ical happenings. Agena, Kazuo Ahn, Aaron to overcome repetitive bugaboos Boulware, Sidney Ishado, Morris Ishii, Edna Iashiwamura, Daniel Kanenaka., Dorothea Lake, Miriam Shiroma, Nora Takashige, Setsu Watanabe, Robert Yoshimoto, Pamela 189 Wednesdays are short class period Miyaki, Cherry d Nakamatsu, Williw Nishiiwa, Jean Yagi, Elaine out long meeting days l9 ' Aweau, Lemuel Miss Shirai relates the teacher's responsibilities to a student teacher. , Hirahara, Steven W' fi-'R Komura., James Miyamoto, Ranceford Seu, Thomas Takata, Masakatsu ,!Ps Stanley Teshima, Gail Yamane, Derrick Yanagihara, Ted Fine Arts 191 Teachers grow up and out togethe Group Guidance W ' M w , 5 f , ,J ,,,1 Hirahara, Steven Ino, Kaneo Kala, Betty Lou Lee, Kee Fun 119' 1-Ju is 4 6'5" uri' A Vviagvdgd G f ,e L4 0 , 4 9 V Lee, Loretta Pacarro, Harry Mr. Kan imitates the typical FHS student. Sekiya, Alice Shirai, Martha Sugimura, Christine Yamamoto, Geraldine Yamane, Derrick Yamato, Margaret Yap, Thelma vith their charges Foreign Lan 2 , M Asao, Howard Kezuka, Ronald Shirai, Martha N L W., 55,7 Spicer, Mollie fo QQIP J U ,, " in Sugimura, Christine 1 ' - 'f,',' 4 r 4 ' 1 , , ' ,, 4. .. K A , V' X xii 1, I' I V, 1 1 f 'fi 2. i -fa V e ' .h ' i r ., W ' . L ' V ' . V, fy of 1 1 iff f a2'f:q4'f-,-1.1.1,aaL ' 1 i"5'a'-' or V r 5!V 5ii2E21'i'ilL N 5' v r ,V 1, v g ' -if jf. 3 . ,gfiiitgff 'fl at 'Q . ,Z , K' Q 5075? W' I H at-'r " '1ff:.1 H M -V - or ' ,f : . ?i, 'Ei:1'Q5 -i . E' 'M' N q ' T4 , 'ttf' ,:2:13Q,f .:Q2',yLQ1, I've got a secre t!" whispers Mr. Hirahana to Mr. Yamane. Yamamgtg, Geraldine guage Language Arts' Accreditation brings a, me' Cayetano, Fay f r Q 0 Joe, Maxine 194 Chang, Lillian Kanenaka, Dorothea QCP- 4. Emerson, Carol Enoki, Lydia Funai, Florenc Kau,- Gary Lee, JOBII Liu, Minnie ,tai Mr. Wakui lends a. helping hand to David. SI El . -nun' fm. ,U ' V 8 , A- V .V,.. 7. f. . . Mft" " 1 -1 5 .n n . , 4. . . uw M ..,,-wff ' H X ffkiwigf. ,fb in 2 7 4' if at .W 65, ii' f reports and meetings o Mrs. Berman cautions the outside world. f Takesue, Carolyn 'H Ward, Ethel Tom, Sherilyn f, 5' K bk, 'VVWI 525K 'f R , ., VA x : x ff ' ,z , :K Yee, Sylvianne A NWJW Mathematics 196 of . Jn Instructors worl Ebesu, Gertrude ' .tbs , 5 Mashima, Lionel ttt"tt' fc ' ' . F 5 1 n A, H Uehara, Ruby Young, Ernell L Horiuchi, Evelyn Ibara, June Iga, Richard Miyata, L0I'Il2- Morioka, Herbert Tamashiro, Koki Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Yagi become art critics for the day. null F OI' inspired Curriculunl Physical Education -...gum I ,, y my Daugherty, Roslyn Mrs. Ebesu sings a. tune to wake up her analytic geometry class. Espinda, Alfred Kitamura, Richard Miyanishi, Barbara rw VN V? f Murashige, Shizue Takeudhi, Sachi Uyehara, Linda Dung, Patsy a Nekota, Tom Pacarro, Harry Home Economics 19 7 Industrial Arts Special Education t 198 K+? Ahn, Aaron Ellis, Agenhart Festa, John Kanetsuna, Hideo Muramoto, Glenn ROTC if' Apathy invade Calabrese, Anthony Fukumoto, Lawrence Nip, Etta China, Larry n t J 1 l t W Hattori, Doris n Sorayama., Kennd Gaison, Talino t ,xl-0, sd V Sa Nifgim X E- RQ Loando, Clifford achers' hallowed rooms 'Qin' yf TWH'-V onda, Wayne Ishikawa, Howard Kawano, Ralph Manago, Ellen Sakamaki, Sidney Wembm sex T" Sliger, Charleen "1 w"""' +I: ,o,,,,l7 7,, oQ,, ,,,f ,,1, M , Q , ,f?'W- H ' Mr. Furukawa helps electronics prodigy David. Chun, Henry Fujita, Carol Science QIN Kanehiro, Jo Seu, Thomas Sung, Harold Pedagogues spend long houn Social Studies 'N- "fi Atsumi, Jean Bogue, Charles Campbell, Charles Fukui, Janet 200 I' Mr. Kagawa and Mr. Pacarro show their Jimmy Connors form at the Kalihi Fats Tournament. Lyle Kagawa, Ronald Leong, George r t +635 Mk A f 5, at' v ,fff ' J . ' I ez' an 5 I I it , A F Lutero, Yvonne Matsuyama, Karen Nakama, Jean 'fl Reid, Richard Sakurada, Nancy Suematsu, Blanche . 31 c d d A' -, . -' anaka, Hiroshi Watson, Patricia Yamasaki, Eleanor er grade sheets and attendance ,W N i i of I H in ' ', :L . , V 1 I A lv'A" 1- -9. -1 P i 1 t TSZ 'V my g Vlg: Maw, V, o,,t.4 V, af The treats are on at a faculty meeting for Mrs. Horiuchi and Mr. Yogi. Takaesu, Harriet Yasumoto, Ellen 201 202 Quick Kokua offers hell Berman, Eugenia Burke, Rosalita Fujishima, Florence Furugen, Grace 1' " rfcr Q' A ' -5: 1 . ,, e eerc 'ffl A f.., ig: l , ' 'F ' 733 McDonald, Norma Milligan, Daryl Ogomori, Nancy Sanchez, Joseph Mrs. Perz reviews a Quick Kokua project with a visiting consultant. D Governors Quick Kokua ,- Gym? WVI, I s s Elnfiel, Roberta. Inouye, Doris Kahawai, Lorene Kam, Lai Yung Lvtfbgl ,. LQbbg7 fvfauiw' Estrelita and Mrs. Nip create decorations for the Yuletide season. nabukuro, Masae Tatei, Frances Wong, Walter Yogi, Ernest 203 Clerical Staff Dedicated staffers kee N gy-nn Choy, Muriel P Wong, May Cafeteria Staff Higa, Diane Kadokawa, Mary Kamida, Elizabeth Sakamoto, Hide Yanagida, Barbara Asao, Shizuyo A twitching ear alerts Mrs. Kaneshiro to the problems of the library. Iwatani, Sumiko Lacey, Patricia n Oba, Michiko Sato, Elaine Sugimoto, Kin arrington machine running smoothly 1 Custodial Staff Akana, Sarah Kajillye, Harumi Kamahele, Alexander 1 ', mkamura, Helen Pacis, Dominador nlting, Francisco Roque, Raymond x o 1 Mr. Fukuyama backs away, surprised by an unexpected H, J photographer. A 7 6 M ' 205 'anouye, Masao Uehara, Marlene X 7 n N x 'f xi H 3 551 IQ f N mam! "Tg?l7 9 if . . The Last Word ayzzogeton Czizeje, tanj, n., INL, fr. Syzza, genus of leafhoppers in for- ner classifications Cprob. of imit. lriginj + GK geiton neighborj: a genus of large So. American leaf- Loppers Cfamily Cioadellidaej hav- ng the pronotum tuberoulate and he front tibiae grooved. Some Lave tendency for soft landings vthers fall hard. That's life. INDEX A Ababon. Donnamarie 35. 136 Ababon. Vincent 40. 150 Choir 12 Poly. Music 12 Abe, Kurt M.124 Abe, Lance T. 150 Abe, Malcolm M. 57. 59, 136 Abelaye. Clyde 117 Abero. Charlene D. 150 Abing, Omar 136 Acedera, Romeo A. 60. 124 Acedo. Milla V. 136 Acierto, Carmelita 150 Acierto. Debra B. 124 Acierto. Leopoldo 124 Acio, Buenaflor P. 48. 150 Acorda. Orlina C. 60, 124 Acosta. Susan N. 116, 124 Azcon, Eliezer Y. 150 Adams, Leinaala 136 Adaniya, Jonni J. 136 Adkins. Richard 150 Afaga. Juliet 58, 136 Afaga, Yolanda 60, 136 Agarpao. Daniel S. 60. 136 Agayas, Violia 136 Agbayani, Jocelyn M. 124 Agcanas, Peter 119 Agcaoli. Antonio 32, 82 Agena, Kazuo 189 Senior Counselor Agena, Wendy S. 36. 150. 154 Band 10-12 Orchestra 11 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Agodong, Clarita 136 Agpaoa, Aurelio R. 124 Agpaoa. Homer R. 150 Agpaoa, Odette V. 150 Aguada. Virginia M. 50, 65, 150 Kuang Hua Hui 12 FBLA 12 Aguilar, Efren 119 Aguilar, Jerry A. 136 Aguilar, Laurie C. 60. 150 Spanish Club 12 Speech Club 10 Aguilar, Marianna M.101.105. 124 Aguilar. Marjess P. 124 Aguinaldo, Felicisima G. 150 Spanish Club 11 Agustin, Eddie P. 150 Agustin. Maria 50.60. 150 Speech Club 10 Spanish Club 12 FBLA 12 Agustin. Nicetas B. 48. 60, 150 Spanish Club 11 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11, 12 Agustin, Norma D. 68. 150 Soph. Dance Comm. 10 Shin Wakaba Kai 12 Agustin, Violeta A. 124 Alin. Aaron 189. 198 IMC Director Electronics Aina, Adrian J. 117 Aina, Maryevette T.K. 64, 124 208 Aiu, Charlene K. 60, 70, 150 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Spanish Club 12 Aiwohi. Alicia K. 40, 150 PAAC Club 10, 11 Choir 10-12 Poly. Music 10-12 Ajolo, Reynaldo 150 Ajolo, Teresita H. 136 Akamine, Mary Ann K. 36, 47 Akamine, Neal K. 39. 167 Akana, Sarah 205 Maintenance Akatsuka, Henry K. 136 Aki, Inez K. 136 Akimoto, Rene P. 63. 66, 136 Akiu, Leroy B. 151 Akiu, Ranelle S. 64, 101, 103. 124 Akiyama, Wade T. 151 Alania. Marcia Ann 47, 124 Alboro. Brenda G. 151 Alcain, Jimmy 151 Alcantra, Norman A. 136 Alcaraz, Loretta M. 136 Alconcel, Lawrence 151 Alcoran, Edwin 124 Aldrich, Jerry K. 82 Alejandro, Elviro E. 46. 60. 136 Alexander. Donna L. 151 Alexander. Ivan D. 151 Alexander, Mark J. 59, 100. 103. 151 Band 10 LEO Club 10-12 Track 12 Aliifua. Michael 151 Drama 10-12 Alipio. Editha Q. 151 Almozara. Teresita R. 151 Alvarez. Douglas W. 151 Track 10, 11 Amano, Pamela M. 57 Amarco, Fernando 136 Ambanta, Leonard 151 Amian,Apolinar151 Amian. Arceli 124 Amisone, Ami 151 Amodo, Wilfred S. 151 Amoroso. Yvonne 52, 136 Anae, Jessica M. 35, 41, 53, 64, 151 GAA!Pep Club 11. 12 Choir 11, 12 Pep Squad 12 Ancheta, Len G. 136 Andrade, Stephanie Ann S. 41, 151 GAA 10. 11 May Day Comm. 11 Choir 11, 12 Andres, Vilorie A. 151 Anno, Annie F. 136 Anno. Betty Lou S. 151 Track 10 Poly. Music 12 Antonio, Bernadette T. 50, 60, 136 Antonio. Marie 152 Aoki, Neal 136 Apo, Thomas C.H.K. 106. 152 Aquino, Angeles B. 50, 152 FBLA 12 Aquino, Glenn E. 152 Track 10 Hui O Na Kiaaina 11, 12 Arai. Jo-Anne E. 153 Arakaki, Karen S. 152 Arakaki, Randal T. 58, 124 Arakaki, Renee T. 36. 46, 58. 62, 148, 180 Band 10-12 NHS 11. 12 Arakaki. Terence K. 152 REP 10. 11 Ke Kiaaina11, 12 Aranda, Alejandro G. 124 Arii, Nathan S. 110, 111, 124 Arita. Michael H. 36. 96. 97. 152 Band 10-12 Wrestling 10-12 H1f1eyy 10 Asao, Howard 69, 193 ROTC 10. 11 Japanese . X ar X .. fi " Lili M ' .... -M ,W A I ., 5E:!:f:. . V .. .69 .,,, L. ....f.g.gTt,g.3.3g 'M '. -4 4, 11 5.1 :Y kg . -Y , we , 4 I ,, . Q 1 - If deaf X X x A r , ' Njfllfi . .Q y I .,. ge, S x , f , f A' 99. -W---.-1... a.,.w--T7 WVVV, , IA . Asao, Shizuyo 204 Cafeteria Asato, Cindy S. 136 Asato, Debora S. 136 Asato, Gerry Y. 70, 117 Asato, Robyn R. 152 Asentista, Frederick 153 Drama 10 Asentista, Lisa G. 63, 152 Aspili. Delia S. 124 Aspree, Rebecca L, 35 Asuncion, Cindy 34, 35 Asuncion, Estrella 152 Asuncion. Loreta F. 124 Atsumi. Jean 200 Poly. Science U.S. Gov't Amer. Problems Sociology Atuatasi, Lima 152 Au. Marilyn M.L. 39, 136 Au, Maimau 124 Au, Randal C.K. 36. 115, 152 Golf 10-12 Orchestra 11 Band 11. 12 Au, Wayson N. 77 Aumoeoalogo, Eseta M. 109 Aurio, Allyson C. 110, 186 Aurio, Mel 152 Autofu, Epenesa 152 Ava, Faipea T. 82. 100, 101. 105 Aweau, Lemuel 53, 191 Poly. Music Chorus Aweau, Rawlene K. 145 B Bacani, Marilou A. 152 S.C. Rep. 10 Badua. Laverne V. 60. 124 Badua, Lemuel G.V. 136 Balallo, Claudio 124 Balanay, Aling 152 Balanay, Ely D. 152 Balanay, Rey P. 152 Balantac, Serafina L. 48, 152 Fil-Am. Youth Club 10-12 Balisacan, Florencia L. 124 Balisacan. Sylvia 136 Ballesteros, Theodore G. 100 153 Balmilero, Andronida A. 49, 60, 65, 136 Balon, Teresita B. 124 Baltunado, Daniel 77 Baniaga, Geraldine 153 Barayuga. Tessie C. 43, 52. 62 69. 135. 136 Barba, Josephine G. 136 Barboza. Hubert L. 153 Bargamento, Cheryl H. 68. 124 Bargamento, Donna H. 63. 68, 153 Shin Wakaba Kai 11, 12 Orientelles 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Bargas, Doreen D. 49, 136 Barino, Leilani 124 Barrett, Elizabeth 124 Barretto, Raylani A. 70, 136 Barut, Matilde V. 153 Basconcillo, Elsa B. 136 Basioa, Charlene 153 Batangan, David B. 70, 153 Sierra Club 10-12 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Batangan, Michael 71 Battung, Darlynn 136 Batungbacal. Terry A. 153 Jr. Class Pep Squad 11 Bowling 12 autista. Judy M. 136 autista. Nida 46. 60. 136 autista. Noel L. 124 axa. Irene A. 42, 43, 46. 47. 58. 153 layang. Corazon ll. 60. 1136 layang. Juanita P. 153 layang. Matilde ll. 48. 153 Speech Club 10 Fil-Ain. Youth Club 12 Sayot. Bernadette 124 ayudan. Shirley A. 48. 124 ayudan. Silvino A. 124 enigno. Paterno A. 136 Benitez. Agnes V. 60. 134. 137 Benito. Stanley P. 124 Berman. Eugenia 195.202 Social Worker Sernard. Alvin K. 153 Hui Hawaii 10. 11 ernard. Ernest K. 124 ernard. Mary M. K. 137 ernardino. Brenda L. 154 Choir 10. 11 GAA 11 etiong. Alfonso Pt. 124 iete. Priscilla J. 49. 137 laquera. Joann 101. 137 ogue. Charles 200 Psychology dolibol. Johnson A. 36. 39. 148. 154. 163 Track 10 Band 10-12 olosan. Juanita C. 137 olosan. Nancy B. 50. 154 FBLA 12 gonilla. Charles C. 36. 137 onilla, Encarnacion 154 onilla. Lourdes 48. 60. 137 onilla. Ofelia B. 124 onilla, Shirley B. 154 Speech Club 10-12 onilla. Silverio V. 46. 137 onite. Duane N. 70, 154 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 12 Booth. Donald 39 Soots. Rayelani I. 154 l3ornios. Liberato 137 ioulware. Sidney 189 Campus Counselor right. .loann P.K. 154 ringas. Jason S. 137 ringas. Manuel 116. 117 rown. Danielle R. 154 .rown. Georgia K. 41. 49. 154 Volleyball 10. 11 Choir 10-12 rown. Martha L. 124 rown, Norman 55. 77 Brown. Wendy M. 49. 63. 137 rowning. llobert Jr. 137 uchanan. Anthony 80. 82. 83. 89 ueno. Fe B. 60. 134. 137 umanglag. Irmingarda 49. 137 urgett. Kelly T. 89 urke. Ptosalita 202 Project Aide utac. Stanley lt. 87. 137 Sabagbagg. David H. 36. 154 Track 10 Band 10-12 Poly. Music 12 Zaballes. Vincente 124 Ca Cz Cz Cz Cz Cachola. Brenda B. 155 Cabatu. Wilfred S. 119. 154 Band 10 Tennis 10-12 tbbab. Neida C. 124 tbbat. .luliet C. 124 Cabellero. Angelique .I. 124 Cabiles. Constance L. 154 Track 10- 12 Cabiles. Zenaida 137 Cabinatan. Dallas A. 55 Cabodol. Carrie 116 W fr Lbral. Beatriz C. 155 Lbral. llenry C. 125 tbral. Lawrence 110 tbuyadao. lrmina C. 49. 137 tcalda. Myrna L. 39, 137 tcalda. Norma 125 tchero, Ramon 1257 tchcro. Pteynato 137 Cz Cz Cachola. Eduardo C. 155 tchola. lflliza C. 60. 154 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11 Spanish Club 11. 12 Cachola. Juanita 155 Cachola. Quenna L. 125 tcpal. liduardo G. 137 Cadaoas. Gertrudes C. 155 Cadaoas. Marilyn C. 125 Lhall. Maxine 155 Llabrcse. Anthony 51. 198 lingjineering Drawing Mechanical Drawing Architectural Drawing Drafting ilantoc. Clifford H. 125 ,alaro. licynaldo D. 125 Cz falicdan. June A. 32. 33. 155 Llderon. Venedicta 155 Homecoming Comm. 11 C C C alles. Goldwyn 64 alma. ltizalina C. 137 alventas. Mercy C. 125 Camacho. Agnes 109. 137 Camacho. Diana K. 109. 155 Basketball 10-12 Camarillo. Donnie R. 41. 54 C C 119. 155 ROTC 10 Choir 11. 12 Poly. Music 11. 12 ambra. Juanita L. 113. 125 amcllo. Amy C. 125 Camello. Rudolf 137 Campbell. Charles 200 Consumer Ed. Ethnic Studies US. History Campo. Cathleen 35 Campos. Elizabeth Q. 125 209 Campos, Ernestina A. 155 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11 Spanish Club 11 TACL 12 Campos. Marilu D. 137 Caneso, Clement V. 125 Caneso, Philip V. 34. 35. 41. 48, 60, 100, 155 Track 10-12 Choir 10-12 Poly. Music 10-12 Canon. Lisa J. 64, 125 Canoy, Beatriz P. 155 Fil-Am. Youth Club 10 Canoy, Elsa P. 137 Capers, Jo-Ann 137, 144 Caputo, Patricia 101 Caraang, Edwin P. 60. 137 Caraang, Imelda B. 125 Caraang, Leonida E, 60. 155 Spanish Club 12 Caravalho, Theresa M. 64, 125 Cariaga, Elmer 155 Carino. Lydia N. 155 Carnate, Angeles V. 155 Carranza, Elvira P. 46, 60, 137 Carter. Arthur E. 45. 54. 155 HUB 11. 12 SOC Chrmn, 12 Public Relations Director 12 Casamina. Amelia C, 60, 118, Ching, Mervin 156 Ching. Milton 77 Ching, Wanda 39. 56, 138 Ching, Wilette L.Y.N. 138 Chow, Audrey K.M. 62. 65, 156 NHS 11, 12 Handbook Comm. 12 ID Comm. 12 Choy, Muriel 204 Bookkeeper Chu, James S.G. 156 Chun, Carol N. 110 Chun, Carol-Sue K.P. 32, 43. 46, 58, 69, 157 Math League 11, 12 Homecoming Comm. 11 SC Pres. 12 Chun. Donald K,K. 66. 157 Kokua Ainas 10, 11 REP 10-12 Chun. Eileen H.M. 62. 65. 157 NHS 11, 12 Handbook Comm. 12 ID Comm, 12 Chun. Henry 46. 199 BSCS Biology SM Chun, Chun. Chun, 157 Kalene L. 113, 138 Marjorie S.L. 39, 126 Sook Hing 50. 62. 65. 119, 125 Casamina, Elsie C. 50. 60, 118. 137 Casaquit, Randall 125 Casayuran, Alfred A. 36, 39 Castillo Castillo Castillo , Amado 138 ,Cielito M. 125 . Geronimo D. 125 Castillo. Lory R. 125 Castillo, Marcelina B. 125 Castillo, Nancy 155 Castro, Donna 156 Castro, Manuel R.K. 89 Castro, Reuben 138 Castro. Roxanne K. 35, 41, 64. 156 Choir Pep S Pep C Castro. 11. 12 quad 12 lub 12 Stephen A. 106. 125 Cayabyab. Ador Q. 125 Cayetano. Fay 194 English IV Language in Communications Cefra. Damien K, 66. 156 Ceria. Jose 156 Ceria. Valentino B. 125 Chan, Clayton 97 NHS 11, 12 ID Comm. 12 Social Comm. 12 Chun. Tilda C,M. 138 Chung, Daniel M. 36, 39. 47. 52. 62 Chung. Soon Kil 100 Collado, Darby P. 157 Collier. Donnamae M. 157. 172 Sr. Pep Squad 12 Coltes. Glen M. 82, 83. 123 Corales. Lawrence 157 Cordero. Vanessa 53 Cornelio, Floyd D. 126 Corpus. Peter J. 126 Corpuz, Remedios C. 40. 60, 70. 157 ROTC 10-12 Choir 11. 12 Spanish Club 12 Corpuz, Virginia V. 157 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11. 12 Cortes, Norma F. 126 Cortez. Tony P. 157 Costa, Gale M. 52, 157 German Club 11. 12 Crisologo. Delia G. 126 Crisostomo. Cordero 157 Cristobal, Dale 93, 94, 95 Crum, Colleen L. 126 Cruz. Maria-Veneranda M. 52 138 Cudal. Carolyn K. 138 Cuizon, Darlene A. 40. 156 Choir 12 Cuizon, Hope L. 70, 157 ROTC 10-12 Drill Team 11 Choir 12 Cullen. Claudine N. 53 D Dacoscos. Barbara 35, 157 Bowling 11 Pep Squad 12 Choir 12 Dacuycuy, Milagros A. 157 Dadios, Flordeliza A. 126 Daguro. Walter M. 126 Damas, Milton 157 Damron. Beth A. 126 Damron, Paul D. 138 Danao. Owen L. 156 Daniels. Brenda May 40, 157 Daniels. Donna 138 Daugherty. Roslyn 113, 197 Girls' P.E. Davis. Andrew K.K. 77 Deguzman, Fausto R. 126 Dela Cruz. Licerio A. 138 Delacruz. Divina V. 138 Delacruz. Elena A. 138 Delacruz. Luzviminda W. 50. 60. 157 FBLA 12 Delgado, Cynthia A. 157 Speech Club 10 SC Rep, 10 Drama 10-12 Delos Santos, Victoria A. 138 Delos Santos. Lillian T. 63. 70 157 Pep Squad 10. 11 Track 10, 11 Orientelles 10-12 Deponte, Michael 158 Deponte, Ronald S. 126 Desilva, Morris 100, 101, 105 Dilda, Donna M. 158 Soph. Pep Squad 10 FHA 10, 11 Dilda, Patricia A. 49, 64, 138 Dionne, Rositta J. 41, 138 Dollente, Josephine M. 138 Dollente, Teresita M. 158 Domdorna, Kathleen J..126 Domingo. Floyd B. 117 Domingo, Wilma 138 Druinmondo, Vivienne D. 158 Reception Comm. 12 Dung. Charles C. 39, 126 Dung, Lily L.Q. 39, 51, 52, 65. 69, 138 Dung. Patsy 109, 197 Girls' P.E, Dutro, Faerie K.K. 158 Dydasco, Vincente T. 52, 70. 93 E Ea, Larry 158 Eala. Miguel E, 158 Chang. Beverly L.W. 113. 125 Chang. Brayson K.L. 125 Chang. Donald J.P. 51. 52. 69, 119, 125 Chang, Keith G. 156 Chang. Lillian 58, 194 English IV Semantics Creative Writing Chaves. Leonard P. 100. 103 Chee, R andall K.S. 156 Chew. Gary T.M. 36. 126 Chibana, Eric K. 134 China, Larry 198 Auto Mechanics I Chinen. Carol A. 62. 138. 139 Chinen. Eric K. 156 Chinen. Chinen. Joanne M. 138, 139 Merton Y. 90. 93, 156 Ching. Colleen L. 40, 101, 103 Ching, Kevin K,S. 66. 100, 156 arin Club 10 Mand Track 10-12 REP 11. 12 Ching, May 190 Beg, Shorthand Beg. and Adv. Typing 210 . , Fonseca, Lisa M. 159 Band 10, 11 Social Comm. 10 Homecoming Comm. 10-12 Fontanilla, Cielita G. 48, 159 Speech Club 10-12 Spanish Club 10, 11 Fil-Am. Youth Club 10-12 Fontanilla, .Jasmine R. 101, 102, 126 Fragas Lisa A. 110 Freitas, Johnell 58, 62, 63, 113, 134, 139 Fuertes, Jeremiah 159 Fujii. Burt 36, 66, 138 Fujikawa, Jocelyn S. 70, 118, 159 Fujimura, Danel T. 56, 159 Hui O Wahines 10-12 Pep Squad 11 Sr, Prom Comm. 12 Fujioka, Cindy A. 159 REP 10 Social Comm. 10 212 Fujioka, Norine C. 36, 46, 66, 159 REP 11, 12 Biology Club 11, 12 Wind Symphony 12 Fujioka, Stephen T. 58, 68, 159 Kokua Ainas 12 TACL 12 Shin Wakaba Kai 11 Fujioka, Susan 66 Fujisaki, Rodney H. 32, 36 SC Vice Pres. 12 Wind Symphony 12 Fujishima, Dean A. 126 Fujishima, Florence 202 Clerk-typist Fujishima, Keith E. 159 Fujita, Carol BSCS Biology Zoology Basic Chemistry Fujita, Ricky 99 Fujiwara. Violet M. 66, 113, 139 Fukui, Janet 200 Am. Studies Fukumoto, Leslie 99 Fukumoto, Lawrence 198 Occupational Skills Fukunaga, Brian P. 36, 99, 126 Fukushima, Linda N. 56, 62, 159 Hui O Wahines 10-12 NHS 11, 12 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Fukuyama, Robert 188, 205 Funai, Florence 188, 194 Bible Lit. Rdg. Improvement English IV Funakoshi, Lynn 139 Funtanilla, Jeff 117 Funtanilla, Oscar 48, 51, 61, 159 Furugen, Grace 202 Public Health Nurse Furukawa, Gary T. 57, 160 Furukawa, Kenneth 199 Electronics Coop. Industrial Ed. Furukawa, Terry K. 126 Furuno, Florence 190 Beg. Accounting Office Practice Notetaking Furutani, Elton T. 139 Furutani, Lynne R. 36, 52, 160 Band 10-12 Assembly Comm. 12 Furuya, Russell I. 68, 160 Football 10 Shin Wakaba Kai 11, 12 G Gabriel, Erlinda 160 Gagai, Leatuolo 58, 160 Gagarin, Dolores L. 160 Gahan, Charlotte 101 Gaison, Selmajean L. 126 Gaison, Talino 71, 116, 117, 198 ROTC Gajete, Alfredo M. 139 Galam, Anita M. 160 Galam, Orlando M. 126 Galicinao, Amelia 127 Galima, Antonio M. 117, 160 ROTC 10 Riflery 10-12 Galima, Sonya M. 127 Galinato, Juliet C. 64, 101, 107 Galinato, Norma 160 Galindo, Debbie H. 160 Galoia, Vilifereti 75, 76, 77, 86, 100, 160 Galton, Ted 82 Gamboa, Chepilov C. 36, 139 Gandeza, Josephine S. 35, 63. 160 Pep Squad 12 Orientelles 11, 12 Gandy. Vanessa L, 160 Ganio, Aurelia E. 139 Ganir, Leticia N. 139 Ganotisi, Evangeline Garabiles, Pablito N. Garce, Glennes T. 61, 127 Garcia, Bill A. 67, 70, 116, 117, 139 139 161 Riflery 10-12 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Garcia. Nena B. 127 Garett, Roberta L. 43, 54, 139 Garidan, Janet V. 127 Gascon, Augustina A. 161 Gascon, May M. 161 Gaspar. Marlene S. 127 Gasper, Alvina D.K. 41, 109 161 Volleyball 10-12 Gasper, Emily L.K, 109 Gately, Jack 46, 68, 160 Genobia, Lawrence 127 Ginoza, Grace N. 36, 39, 161 Wind Symphony 11, 12 Orchestra 11, 12 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Gocong, Josephine 127 Godin, Darlyn S. 49, 63, 161 FHA 10-12 Orientelles 11, 12 Hui Hawaii 10 Gomabon, Robert 139 Gonsalves, Carlos 161 Gonsalves, Clyde 139 Gonsalves, Velita 161 Gonzales, David J. 127 Gonzales, Frederico A. 161 Band 11 Goo. Melvin S. 161 Gorion, Gerald 161 Goto, George 97 Gueco, Clifton A. 39, 43, 52, 66, 161 REP 11, 12 German Club 12 Orchestra 10-12 Guerrero, Edwin M. 161 Photography 11, 12 Guerrero, Josi F. 127 Guerzon, Abraham B. 127 Guieb. Carolyn S. 127 Guieb. Imelda 127 vIr"Q..S Tushiken, Joyce T. 139 ushiken. Renee N. 36. 47, 139 Juting. Darrelyn L. 50. 161 FBLA 12 Evuting. Goddfredo A. 161 Juting, Jayme K. 127 H agerty. Elizabeth K. 139 amada. Luke S. 36 ao. Sari 161 arada, Gilbert M. 161 araguchi. Keith 77 arris. Gary C. 139 arris. Samuel B. 119, 161 arris, Sweetheart.K. 127 aruguchi. Keith 77 aton, Anna M. 47, 61. 127 atori, Bernadine M. 161 attori, Doris 198 MRE ayakawa. Lorriane R, 127 ayase, Charlyn N. 161 ayase, Mark 127 gayashi, Dawn A. 68, 139 ayashi. Gail M. 127 Haynes, Raymond 54, 55, 74, 77. 84. 86. 87, 162 -lee. Becky L. 39. 56, 66, 139 ielsham. Arthur P. 82 iendricks. Lyle 57. 201 iernandez, Rosalinda M. 127 leu. Leroy Y.M. 127 lewlett, Gwendolyn A. 70 Silver Sabres 12 ROTC 12 libbs, Mark L. 82 licks, Lucille 195 Comm. Process English IV lieda. Paula N. 139 -lieda, Wayson R. 57. 127 liga. Alvin T. 36. 39. 148, 162 Band 10-12 Football 10 Orchestra 11. 12 J UQ . J Higa, Audrey N. 36. 66, 162 Band 10-12 REP 10-12 Ke Kiaaina10. 11 Higa. Cathleen Y. 41. 162 Choir 10-12 Higa, Debra Sue M. 66 Higa. Delyle L. 64 Higa. Diane 204 Higa. Jesse A. 117 Higa, Nobu 82 Higa. Pauline 163 Higa. Raynard 82. 91, 93. 127 Higa. Roxanne M. 162 Higa. Roy K. 162 Higa, Susan M. 36, 39, 162 Band 10-12 Higa. Susan 127 Higashida. Matthew S. 36. 57. 97, 162 Wrestling 10-12 Key Club 11.12 Band 12 Higashino. Grace 39. 66 Hightower, James V. 82. 100, 103 Hikida. Byron I. 36. 127 Hirahara, Steven 36. 39, 191, 192. 193 Band Ensemble Musicianship Guidance Hirasaki. Corinne T. 126. 127 Hirata. Dean A. 58. 127. 137 Hirata. Francine M. 127 Hirata. Guy K. 163 Hirohama. Gayle N. 68. 127 Ho. Aaron D. 77. 162 Football 10-12 Track 10-12 Basketball 10. 11 HO. Edmund 162 Homecoming Comm. 12 Ho. Edwin Y.L. 36. 39, 99. 127 Ho, Sharon L.O. 139 Hokama. James Y. 42. 43. 162 Holloway. Vernelyn K. 113 Honda. Wayne 199 ,Ae Gen. Metals Auto Metals Honda. William K. 127 Hookano, Glenn 100 Horikami. Cynthia M. 127 Horikami. Melvin M. 36. 97 139 Horio, Amy K. 127 Honuchi. Debra S. 116 Horiuchi, Debra S. 116 Algebra 2 . X ' I . ...f Choir 12 Huihui. Herbert K. 36, 55. 77. 78. 79. 162 Huihui. Hercules K. 82. 99. 127 Huihui. Jo K. 63. 162 Hyde. Rosalind L. 40, 162 I Algebra II Ibana. Rizal H. 50, 162 Consumer Math Horiuchi, Richard H. 36 Hosea. Joette 40. 162 Track 10-12 Sierra Club 10. 11 FBLA 12 21 3 lbara. June 196 Plane Geometry Computer Math Math I lese. Tapu 40 lga. Richard 196 Technical Math Algebra I Ige, Carlene F, 162, 172 Homecoming Comm, 12 Ige. Isaac I, 55, 77, 88. 97, 162 Baseball 10 Football 10, 11 Wrestling 12 Iglesia. Jason D. 127 Ikehara, Lynda S. 40. 56, 139 Ikemoto. Adelle T. 127 Imada, Valerie C, 53. 162 Inao. Newton M. 119, 127 Infiel. Charmaine E. 162 Band 10, 11 Infiel, Roberta 203 Inforzato. Gerald 43, 63, 195 Lit. and Music Newswriting Ing. Cheryl A. 101. 127 Ing. Natalie Y.N. 32, 46, 62. 163 REP 10. 11 Biology Club 12 SC Finance Director Ino, Deanna J. 47, 52, 59, 163 LEO 10-12 Ino, Kaneo 59, 192 Guidance Ino, Susanna J. 47, 52, 59, 139 Inouye. Doris 203 Secretary Inouye, Kelvin M. 139 Ioane, Etepati T. 163 Iosefa. Ala 109 Ioefa, Tumua Ios1a,Fia 77, 78, 79, 100 Iosua. Harrison K. 127 1 - v-1 ,,,rw.nf-. Irei. Lois K.163 Irei. Roy K. 90, 93, 139 Isa. Evelyn H. 139 Isa, Iris N. 36, 46, 163 Band 10-12 Biology Club 10-12 Isa. Sharon K. 36. 39, 139 lsara, Lorraine M, 127 lseri. Melanie 118 Ishado, Morris 115, 189 PIP Coordinator Military Counselor Ishida. Russell T. 36. 39 Ishihara. Dawn D. 56, 148, 163. 179 llui O Wahines10-12 C C lass Vice Pres. 12 lass Day Comm. 12 Ishihara. Janice 70 Ishii. Edna 189 S oph. Counselor Ishikawa, Howard 199 Graphic Arts Gen. Metals Isidro. Francisca A, 50. 163 F Ito, Ito. Ito. BLA 12 David H, 90, 93 Gail E. 163 Grant T. 58 im. sandra K. 36. se. 163. 164 Band io-12 R Ito, EP 10-12 Sharon C. 140 Iwai. Derek T. 36, 62 Iwamasa. Curtis K. 127 Iwamasa, .Warren M. 163 Iwatani. Dee 118 Iwatani, Joyce 164 Swimming 10 Iwatani, Sumiko 204 Cafeteria Iyomasa. Beth 101, '105, 140 ffrlurninfnvnn T-Tnvvn 1Al'1 214 J Jacosalem, Brice C. 41. 164 Choir 10-12 Drama 10-12 Intra-school Comm. 12 Jakosalern, Virginia C. 164 Jandoc, Alejandro J. 164 Photography 11, 12 Jandoc, Daniel 36, 140 Jandoc, Mario J. 140 Joe, Maxine 194 Reading Improvement Johansen, Kelle M. 128 Josefovicz. Linda May 128 Juan, Teresita A. 128 K Kaai. Bill 100 Kadokawa, Jody S. 110 Kadokawa, Mary 204 Typist Kagawa, Ronald 200, 201 American Studies Kahakai, Talbot W. 77 Kahakui, Irwin M, 164 Tennis 10-12 Kahala. Rory L. 106 Kaliala, Walter M. 93, 106 Kaliawai. Lorene 203 Kalioopiii Gail H. 56. 63. 64 128 Kajiuye, Harumi 205 Kakazu, Clyde T, 57, 128 gala. Betty Lou 192 aleiwohi. Jennifer L. 49.63. 102. 140 lgaleiwohi, Mercy L. 109 aleponi. Clarence 54.77. 100. 164 Football 10-12 Track 11-12 lKal1li. Fabian 55.77. 149 Football 9-12 Hui O Na Kiaaina 11-12 alilikane. Raymond 82 am, Carlson Y.Y. 66. 100. 128 am. Erik G. 77 Kam. Kendall 164 am. Lai Yung 203 ama, Robert N. 129 amada. Elverton H. 141 Kamahele. Alexander 205 Kaniai. August K. 128 IKamai. Mary L. 53, 64, 140 Kamaile. Lance 82 Kamaka. Doreen P. 128 Kamakani, Tammy N. 140 Kamalii. Sharon K. 104. 109. 164 Kaniau. George P. 55, 77. 93 Kamaya. Janice R. 140 Kamegawa. Avis M. 63, 140 Kamegawa, Janice K. 164 Kaniei. Clinton 36, 164 Wind Symphony 10-12 Track 11 Kamida. Elizabeth 204 Kamimura. Jody K. 52, 68, 164 Shin Wakaba Kai 11-12 German Club 12 Kamiya. Scott I. 57 Kanagusuku. Gail N. 35. 54. 56. 142 Kanbe. Keith 59. 115 Kanda, Charlotte H. 140 1Kane. Kenny 140 lKaneiakala, Sarahlynn L. 1 110, 111. 141 Kanehiro. Jo 199 Kanehiwa. Goton A. 164 Kanehiwa, Randell 98. 140 Kanenaka, Dorothea 32. 189 Kaneshiro. Anthony D. 97. 165. 194 J.V. Football 10 Wrestling 10-12 Kaneshiro. Avis S. 36. 156, 123 128 Kaneshiro, Christine K. 149. 165 Tennis 10-11 Sierra Club 11-12 Kaneshiro. Cindy C. 165 J.V. Pep Squad 10 ' Senior Pep Squad 12 Kaneshiro. Dane R. 57, 90, 93. 165 Baseball 10, 12 Key Club 11-12 Cross-Country10 Kaneshiro, Dean T. 42, 47, 59, 140 Kaneshiro, Gary I. 165 Kaneshiro. Joanne E. 118, 128 Kanensh-iro,7Jon J. 66, 140 Kaneshiro, Kathy M. 39, 58 Kaneshiro. Kenneth H. 69, 165 Swimming 10-12 Kaneshiro, Linda Y. 68, 128 Kaneshiro. Lynette A. 165 Shylites 10-12 Pep Squad 11 Kaneshiro, Roberta 204 Kaneshiro, Sonya M. 128 Kanetsuna, Hideo 198 Kan-g, Jin Hwa 140 Kanoa. Valerie 165 Kanzaki, Shanon N. 56. 140 1 . 'jar""r' '-1" Kaopuiki, Mary Lou K. 49. 63 140 Kaopuiki, Ruth L. 165 Kapua, Lehua 109 Kapua. Victoria A. 35, 41. 165 Volleyball 11 Pep Squad 12 Karamatsu. Iris A. 62. 67. 165. 175 Sierra Club 10-12 NHS 11-12 Karratti. Lloyd L. 165 Karratti, Mathew 82 Kashiwamura. Daniel 87. 189 Kau. Edna L. 116, 129 Kau, Gary 192. 194 Kau, Susan K.F. 128 Kauanoe, James C. 36. 39 Kaulia, Dennis 164 Kaulia, Sherene H. 165 Polynesian Instruments 12 Kauweloa. Melody 35. 41. 165 Choir 11-12 Glee Club 12 Pep Club 12 Kawahara. Lloyd 46 Kawakami. Elvina M. 46, 66, 165 Band 10-12 R.E.P. 10-12 Biology Club 11-12 Kawakami, Mitzi M. 116, 123, 128 Kawakami. Norman T. 57. 165 Key Club 11-12 P.A. Committee 11-12 J.V. Football 10 Kawamoto. Kay K. 62, 141 Kawano, Ralph 199 Kawewehi. Bernadine 63 Ke. Alan G. 113 Ke. Gregory D. 140 Kea. John K. 164 Kealoha. Beldon 55, 77. 97. 165 Football 9-12 Wrestling 10-10 Track 11-12 t Kealoha. Philip H. 77 Kealoha. Robert 70, 97 Drill Team 10-12 ROTC 10-12 Wrestling 12 Kekuawela. Doreen W. 128 Kelly, John 165 Keohokapu. Tammie A. 165 Kezuka, Ronald 193 Kia. Karlyn H. 140 Kido, Marvin T. 140 Kikuchi, Carolyn T. 36, 148, 159. 165. 180 Wind Symphony 10-12 Secretary 12 Kim. Bonnie May 166 Kim. Broderick M. 166 Kim, Hwa Soon 166 Kim. Nathan K. 36, 166 Band 10-12 Kim, Randy 55 Kimura. Dean H. 166 Kipu. Tamra D. 128 Kirito, Cheryl H. 166 Kisliaba, Jack M. 140 Kishi. Kent M. 36. 140- Kishi, Kim S.68,128 Kitamura, Richard 197 Kitayama. Naomi 36. 166 Kiuchi. Lisa 47. 166 FHS Christian Fellovvship 12 215 Kiuchi. Mark Y. 39, 51. 52, 128 Kiyabu. Vicki E. 56. 129 Koanui. Troy 53. 64. 140 Kobashigawa. Faye H. 166 Shin Wakaba Kai 11 Bing Committee 11 Graduation Committee 12 Kobashigawa, Sidney H. 51, 68.69. 148, 166 Math League 10-12 Leo Club 12 Class Council 12 Kobayashi. Mark Y. 57. 166 Key Club 11-12 Kobylansk1.John C. 128 Kodama. Laura M. 66. 140 Kogami. Susan 128 Kohatsu. Joann M. 128 Komatsu. Karen 50, 64. 166 Pep Club 12 FBLA 12 Komatsu. Terry T. 140 Komesu. Gordon F. 166 Komuro. James 191 Konanui. Shirley L. 166 Kondo, Robin 166 Konno. Earl 70. 166 Silver Sabres 11-12 ROTC 10-12 216 I' ff! 4 Kosaki. Gerald T. 140 Koyama. Darlene A. 167 Assembly Comm. 12 Kuala, Elizabeth 128 Kubo, Barbara Y. 166 Kubota. Ann R. 39. 52. 140 Kuioka. Darrell K. 140 Kula, Noelani F.A. 40. 166 Choir 10-12 Kunichika. Eric T. 36. 62. 66. 166 Band 10-12 NHS 11. 12 REP 12 Kunichika, Evelyn 56 Kunichika, Lori A. 52. 62 Kuniyoshi. Terry S. 140 Kuramoto. Gayle H. 128 Kuroda. Kyle K. 166 Kusaka. Michael M. 44. 140 Kusatani Dale F. 66, 70, 140 Kutaka. Linda T. 128 Kuwana. Wendy T. 36. 62 Kwak, Chae Sok 128 Kwak, Hyo Sun 167 Kwan. Adam T. 167 Kwong, Wai Chak 46. 69. 167 Mandarin Club 10, 11 Kuang Hua Hui 12 Biology Club 12 L Labayog, Luzviminda M. 12 Laboy. Clives 77. 167 Football 10-12 Basketball 10 Hui O Na Kiaaina 11 Laboy, Lorna Mae 49. 64 Lacey. Patricia 204 Cafeteria Lactaon. Wilma D.C. 128 Ladera, Zennada G. 128 Laikona. Daniel L. 82 Lake. Miriam 189 Sr. Counselor College Scholarships Laloulu, Vuia 167 Lam. Avis K.C. 128 Lam. Ivy 128 Lancaster, David S. 128 Lau. Clayton M.K. 57 Lau, Esther U. 116. 117 Riflery 10-12 Lau. Gerald W. 118. 119, 167 LEO 10-12 Tennis 11-12 State Student Conference 8 Lau Lau Lau. Lau. . Henry W.N. 58. 140 Karen L. 140 Melanie M. 67, 118, 128 Victor S.H. 167 Lavaro, Adeliza 167 Lavaro. Mila C. 58 Laxina. Emelita B. 128 Lazaro, Josephine A. 140 Lazarte. James M. 36. 39. 130 Lazarte, Jeane M. 140 Lee, Connie S.K. 167 Lee. Deborah R. 167 Lee, Debra A. 64. 128 Lee. Grace C. 128 Lee. Grace K.I. 50, 65. 167 FBLA 12 Kuang Hua Hui 12 Lee. Joan 54. 55. 194 Writing 'English IV Comm. Folklore Lee, Kathleen O. 167 Lee. Kee Fun 192 Guidance Lee. Kenneth C.K. 51, 68. 167 JETS 11-12 Shin Waka Ba Kai 12 Biology Club 10-11 11-12 Lee, Lenora L.N. 65. 128 nm A S' f f 1: it Lee. Loretta 192 Guidance Lee. Merleen 'l'.K. 112. 113. 168 Swimming Team 10 Diving Team 11-12 Intraschool Comm. 12 Lee. Randall K.H. 140 Lee. Unliui 168 ee. Wayne P. 168 ehano. Eugene 168 eleo. Kathleen W. 140 Leleo. Nathan K. 113. 168 Leong. George 201 American Studies zeong. Hamana 82 ' lieong. James E. 77 aeong, Matthew L. 58. 59. 140 eopoldo. Lovey P. 128 eopoldo. Raymound 85. 87 eton. Richard 89 eybag. Arceli D. 128 i. Linda K.Y. 128 ibarios. Herman 54 ibed. Oscar R. 87. 106 ibed, Robert T. 89 igot. Victor F. 168 ike. Elnette 49. 168 SEA 10 FHA 11-12 Jindsey. Cindy J. 168 Swimming 10 ing. Herman 168 ining. Farley D. 40, 41 iu. Minnie 47. 194 Rdg. Improvement Science Fiction English IV ilanes. Edward R. 57. 61. 122. 128 ioa. Peletisara 106 lioando. Clifford 198 ROTC iongboy. Albert J. 57 ongboy. Edward 128 ongboy. Melinda D. 46.61. 140 oo. Gordon S.C, 128 opez. Francisco G. 168 opez. Gerry 140 uale, Moana 168 uber. Reynaldo G. 140 iubong. Ruben B. 141 lucas. Frances C. 128 lucas. Thelma 50. 54. 168 HUB 12 TACL 12 FBIA 12 iulu. Faeilelagi 168 ium. Curtis B.,Y. 36. 39. 125 ium. Darrell 54 ium. Lynette 113. 129 ium. Lynette P.K. 169 Social Comm. 10 REP 10-11 ium. Wesley B.H. 169 iutero. Yvonne 201 American Studies i Environmental Studies L 'la'ae. Feilo'ai 129 labute. Dionicio 48 Iacalino. Alvin 141 Iachado. April P. 50. 169 FBLA 12 lachado. Elizabeth L. 64. 104. 141 Iadriaga. Benedict A. 169 Iadriaga. Teodora 168 laedo. Lorna .l. 36. 43 laemori. Jody A. 64. 129 Iagsanide. Juliana R. 141 lahelona. Jonathan S. 129 Mahoney. Mary F. 129 Mahuna. Richella M. 169 Makalii. Enette K. 169 Maki. Lauren S. 129 Maki. Randall T. 36. 66. 91. 93. 169 Varsity Baseball 10-12 REP JV Football 10 Makimoto. Lori C.N. 139. 113 Malapit. Priscilla Z.B. 48. 141 Malia. Anson K. 169.77 Football 11. 12 Malia Landis K. 129 Manago. Ellen 69. 195. 199 Maneja. Myrna Bernado 129 Manglicmot, Wesley F. 141 Manguino. Mary Ann B. 48. 129 Manibog. Villamor Abad 141 Manuel. Carmen A. 61.39. 141 Manuel Corazon B. 129 Manzano Consolacion P. 169 Fil-American Youth Club 10 Spanish Club 11 Marciel. Robert R. 169 Marfil. Byron ll. 169 Bowling 12 Mariano. Barry 113 Mariano. Reynaldo G. 129 Marquez. Luzviminda G. 129 Martin. Emily 49. 50. 61. 141 Martin. Luzuminda 129 Martin. Mario 141 Martinez. Charlene L. 169 Martinez. Clarence B. 52. 70. 116. 117. 169 FHS ROTC 10-12 Rifle team 10-12 Silver Sabres 11. 12 Martinez. Delores A, 129 Martinez. Gloria I.. 47. 129 Martinez. Juan 100. 102. 169 Martinez. Leslyn M. 169 Choir 10-12 Glee Club 12 Marzo. Daniel A. 129 Marzo. Robert C. 36. 159. 169 Band 10-12 Masaki. Bert T. 141 Mascoto. Vanessa D. 129 Mashima. Lionel 196 Matautia. Herman 81. 82. 83 Matautia. Taei 169. 182 Girls Basketball 10 Drama Plays 11. 12 Choir 10. 11 Matsuda. Curtis 91. 93. 95 Matsuda. Floyd D. 43 Matsumoto. Clay 169 Matsumoto. Donna S. 169 Matsumura. April M. 129. 39 Matsunobu. Becky E. 141 Matsuyama. Karen 201 Mau. Jane Ann K.Q. 129 Mau. Judy A. 59. 169 Band 10-12 LEO Club 11. 12 Welfare Committee 12 Mau. Lorraine 188. 195 Mauga. Sulimoni F. 170 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 12 Maxilom. Alan 170 Mays. Karen L. 108. 109 McDonald. Norma 202 McKenna. Natalie L.F. 141 Megia. Alan J. 170. 36 Membrere. Marcela 170 Mendiola. Joan F. 171 Graduation Comm. 12 Teens Against Cancer 12 Jr. Prom Comm. 11 Mendiola. Kenneth 93. 92 K Mendoza. Agapito A.. Jr. 171 Mendoza. Angelina P. 141 Mendoza. Dominador 170 Mendoza. Helen 170 Meyer. Lana K. 170 ROTC 10-12 Drama 10-12 Meyer. Samuel Jr. 77 Meyer. Stephanie 43, 49. 170 Swimming 9.10 Future Home Makers 10. 12 Newswriting12 Miguel. Judith M.101.171 Girl Track 9.10.11.12 Girl Basketball 10. 11. 12 Miguel. Patrick 171 Miho. Myron K. 170 Miles. Deborah Susan 43. 170 Newswriting10, 11. 12 Co-Editor-in-Chief 12 Homecoming Committee 12 Sierra Club 10. 11 Miles. Kathy 113 Milligan. Daryl 202 Minami. Kiyoshi 188. 190 Principal Minami, Melvin M. 170 Wrestling 10 Mmamoto. Vivian 195 English IV Developmental Reading Minatoya. Ann 129 Minei. Robert M. 36. 66. 170 Band10. 11. 12 Misa.Saaga108. 109 Mitamura. Cheryl N. 50, 170. 175 FBLA 12 Miura.Apr1llyn Kuu1po141 Miyahira. Mona Naomi 70. 170 Student Council 11 Silver Sabres 11. 12 217 Miyahira, Thomas R, 47, 141 Miyaji, Calvin Y, 141 Miyaki, Cherry 190 Record Keeping Beg, Typing Miyaki. Doreen C. 116, 170 Rifle Team 11, 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Talent Show Comm. 12 Miyama, Kevin 89 Miyamoto, Guy 47, 141 Miyamoto, Norman 59 Miyamoto. Ranceford 191 Metals and Jewelry Miyanishi, Barbara 65, 197 Girl's P.E. Miyasato, Daniel T. 129 Miyasato. Iris Y. 170, 164 Holoku Ball Comm. 12 French Club 11 Miyasato. Michele N. 56 Mi ashiro Debb K. 141 Y 1 Y Miyashiro, Eydie E, 36, 42. 43, 58, 62, 141 Miyata. Lorna 69, 196 Pre-Algebra Analysis Plane Cveom. Miyazaki. Stanley T. 36, 39 Mizo, Bruce 82 Mohika. Alice J. 129 Molina, Ruthy J, 129 Molina. Tessie R. 129 Mones. George M. 42, 43, 58 Monico, Daniel G. 130 Moniz, Stephanie 170 Montervon, Marie 130 Moon. Joanne 141 Morimoto. Robert 119 General Math Algebra Il Alg, 5!Trig. Morioka, Herbert 196 Morita, Jane 36. 39 Morita, Maureen N, 170 Mosca. Darrlyn K. 130 Mow, Cindy 65. 68, 141 Mow, Regina Y.H. 170 Muaga, Alesena 82, 83 Muller, Lester L. 170 1 Biand10A12 Mundon. Laurilyn M. 41. 171 Choir 10-12 Munoz, Editha R, 141 Murakami. Carolyn K, 171 Murakami, Hideo 190 Beg. and Adv. Accounting Bus. Machines Muramoto. Glenn 198 MRE Muramoto. Thomas 171 Muranaka, Janice S. 50, 110, 171 Sierra Club 10, 11 Bowling 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Murashige. Shizue 197 Child Care Home Nursing Family Foods Pers. Dress Home Manage. Murobayashi, Curtis I. 66. 171 Band 10, 11 REP 10-12 Murobayashi, Sharon A, 68, 130 Murota. Melanie M. 63. 66. 141 Muse, Michele A. 171 N Naeole, Joseph 82 Nagata, Joy S. 56, 113, 142 Nagata. Marylynn 142 Nakabayashi, Rod T. 47, 59. 130 Nakagawa, Brian 171 Nakahara. Ann 118 Nakajo. lris 63, 171 Nakama. Jean 201 Pacific History Nakamatsu, William 190 Beg. Accounting Gen. Bus, Bus. Law Nakamoto. Ann T. 47. 116 218 Q ati Nakamoto, Jo-Ann S. 68. 17, Soph. Dance Comm. 10 Jr. Prom Comm. 11 Shin Wakaba Kai 12 Nakamoto, Keith K. 93, 142 Nakamoto, Mei 32, 36, 171 REP 10 Band 10-12 Soc. Activities Dir. 12 Nakamoto. Reginald T. 117. 171 ROTC 10. 11 Riflery 11.12 Nakamoto, Verna I, 130 Nakamura. Amy 39. 171 Orchestra 10412 TACL 12 Nakamura. Carol M. 116 Nakamura. Cindy S. 130 Nakamura. Gail 47 Nakamura. Helen 205 Maintenance Nakamura, Irwin T. 130 Nakamura, Jayne 39 Nakamura. Mitzi H. 172 Nakamura. Nadine S. 142 Nakamura. Robin K. 172 Nakamura, Susan K, 56. 57 Nakano, Gail T. 36 Nakano. Lynn S. 142 Nakasone, Harry 172 Nakasone, Iris J. 130 Nakata. Florence 190 Beg, Shorthand Beg. Typing Nakata. Karen Y. 142 Nako. Toni H. 118. 172 Tennis 10-12 Pascua Nakoa. Alexander K. 82, 97 Nakoa. John K. 55, 77. 172 Riflery 10 Football 10-12 Wrestling 11. 12 Nancarrow. Debi 47 Nanod. Michael R. 142 Napalapalai. Natalie N. 130 Natividad. Herminigilla 172 Nazarino. Jared S. 36. 142 Nekota. Tom 197 Boys' P.E. Nicely. Arthur H. 172 Nicodemus. Edith K. 64. 130 Nieto. Elizabeth M. 39. 61. 67. 142 Nieto. Ermelina T. 61. 70. 172 ROTC 10-12 Spanish Club 12 Silver Sabres 12 Nikaido. Dwight K. 142 Nip, Etta 198. 203 MRE Nip. Maurinn L. 172 Nishi. Janice T. 172 Nishida. Lorraine M. 130 Nishihira, Carl S. 172 Nishiiwa. Jean 51. 190 Beg. Typing Data Processing iNishimura. Jay T. 77 lNishimura, Paul T. 172 Nishiyama. Alton l. 36. 114. l 115, 173 Golf 11. 12 Band 10-12 Nishiyama. Loren 118 Nishizawa. Jan M. 173 Grad. Comm. 12 Shin Wakaba Kai 11 Ring Comm. 11 Nobriga, Loveyann K. 173 Nobukuni. Doris K. 56. 57. 154. 173 Hui O Wahines 10-12 Key Club 11. 12 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Noda. Barney S. 142 Nofoa. Valu T. 173 Noga, John 77 Noga, Julia I. 40 Noguchi, Ronald M. 36. 118, 173 Band 10f12 Swimming 10-12 Novela. Liza O. 142 Novela. Maria Carmen O. 173 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11 Spanish Club 11 Choir 12 Nuesca. Roly C. 36.37. 173 Band 10-12 Photography 11. 12 Nunies. Miles I. 100. 105. 173 JV Basketball 10 Track 10412 Football 11 O Oba. Michiko 204 Cafeteria Obra. Marceliana B. 148. 130 Obra. Violeta B. 173 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11 Spanish Club 11 Obrero, Marcelina P. 130 Octavio. Dueces 82 Octavio. Lamont 77. 79 Oda, Gary T. 113. 173 Diving 10-12 Oda. Rodney 99 Ogata. Beverly M. 47, 113 Ogata. Laird A. 142 Ogata. Lloyd T. 130 Ohama. John M. 142 Ohta, Roxanne N. 42. 43. 46. 173 Biology Club 11. 12 Assembly Comm. 12 Oishi. Doreen S. 172 Oishi. Michael Y. 130 Oishi. Rose H. 68 Okada. Deborah C. 130 Okamura. Lisa 101. 142 Okihiro. Mark S. 130 Okihiro. Miles M. 142 Okimi. Carol J. 32. 46. 62, 173 NHS 11. 12 Biology Club 12 Student Welfare Dir. 12 Okinaka, Kumiko 126, 130 Okudara. Kelly D. 80. 82. 130 Okudara. Kim N. 63. 142 Okuhara. Jennie I. 66. 142 Okuma. Debra-Jean 56. 130 Okuma, Russ M. 57 Olanolan. Wesley J. 173 Olandy, Michele 43. 173 Newswriting 12 Olipares. Elsa 142 Olipares. Harlean B. 50. 52. 142 Olipares. Hubert B. 43, 58, 172. 173 Newswriting 11, 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Student Welfare Comm. 12 Omoso. Tomacita M. 64. 172 Onitsuka. Dawn H. 130 Onlina. Acorday 36 Onouye. Galen K. 36. 59. 66. 115, 142 Ordonez, Lorna E. 43. 110. 171. 173 Sierra Club 10. 11 Newswriting 10-12 Bowling 12 Ordonez. Nelson E. 130 Orot. Madonna S. 173 Drama 10 Orpilla. Eleazer D. 173 Orta, Brenda L. 34. 53. 64. 101. 130 Ortiz. Darilyn V. 173 5- . W . f F xt ,fi - 4 X Oshima. Earl T. 88. 89 Oshima. Karen H. 70. 174 ROTC Sponsor 12 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Oshiro. Carl I. 67. 119. 174 Tennis 10-12 Interschool Comm. 11 Grad. Comm. 12 Oshiro, Hideo 174 Oshiro. James H. 174 Swimming 11. 12 Oshiro, Jon Y. 142 Osliiro. Loraine M. 174 Oshiro, Violet A. 56. 174 Hui O Wahines 10-12 Oto. Ted N. 36. 39. 57. 66. 174 Band 10-12 Key Club 11. 12 REP 12 Owens. Nelson B. 70. 174 Drill Team 10-12 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 12 Oxiles. Jonathan B. 130 Oyadomari, David 115, 174, 176. 194 Golf 10-12 P Paa. Isaias F. 174 Pacarro. Harry 77. 192. 197. 200 Guidance Boys' P.E. Pacquing, Angeline 35. 41. 174 Volleyball 10. 11 Pep Squad 12 Pacyao. Zeedia L.L.T.S. 174 Pagaduan. Julie 39 Pagaduan. Roger 174 Pagaduan. Rufina J. 131 Pagaduan. Wilfredo C. 131 Pagala. Carter J. 174 Class President 10 Track 10 Cross Country 10 Pagala. Gloria 131 Pagala. Joni L. 50, 101. 174 Track 10-12 Cross Country 12 FBLA 12 Pagan. Earl A. 131 Pagan. Marlinda A. 142 Pagatpatan. Angela P. 174 Speech Club 10 Paguyo. Larrilyn L. 175 JV Pep Squad 10 Orientelles 10, 11 Drama 10-12 Paguyo, Ronnie J. 131 Pahio. Aquamarine W. 154, 175 Band 10-12 Pep Squad 11 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Pajarillo. Maureen A. 64, 142 Pakale. Annette 174 Palafox, Fernando 174 Palpallatoc. Lorna L. 58. 131 Palting, Francisco 205 Maintenance Panee. Robert 82 Pang, Carleen L. 130 Panoncillo. George T. 174 Paranada. Eleuteria P. 131 Paresa. Susan S. 174 Parker. Denise L. 142 Parras, Rufina T. 61, 142 Pascua. Alfonso R. 175 Pascua, Bona R. 48. 61. 142 Pascua, Joann 142 Pascua, Jose 175 Pascua, Madeline 142 WilsOnU 48 51 175 Pascual. Abraham 47, 142. 175 Pascual. Chita 131 Pascual. Rolando 131 Pasion. Marilyn 43. 175 Pasion. Nida E. 175 Sierra Club 10. 11 Choir 11 ROTC 11 Pasion. Pedro 175 Patigayon, Lance G. 131 Patigayon. Roxanne E. 175 Poly. Music 10. 11 Patoc, Frederick 82 Patoc, Sonny 106 Paueli. Sapena 175 Pavao, Darleen E. 64, 175 Q.. , -' - -f Pedro. Deborah 53 Pedro, Laurie Ann C. 116, 131 Pedro, Rudy P. 71, 117 Pedro, Sula L. 142 Peiler, Lanelle D. 123, 131 Peiler, Rochelle L. 32, 46, 175 Biology Club 11, 12 SC Secretary 12 Assembly Comm. 12 Peralta, Eduardo 142 Perkins, Kay F. 52, 54, 101 Perreira, Dolores J. 175 Perry, Alice 130 Perz, Helen 202 Project Aide Pescador, Tita 142 Peterson. Diane 195 Lit. Exploration English IV Piiohia. Wendell 54 Piko, Maureen 175 Pilar, Lucille 143 Pinol, Rosalia C. 143 Polendey, Marilou D. 143 Polendey, Robert 175 Pollock, Patrick K. 175 Popejoy, Velma 176 Pratt, William K. 71, 117. 176 ROTC 10-12 Riflery 10-12 Silver Sabres 12 Preza, Manuel R. Jr. 131 Puahala, Ernella D.K. 64, 110, 111 Puchalski, Ednamae K. 65, 131 Pugay, Caroline U. 176 ROTC 10, 11 Choir 10-12 Drama 10-12 Puleisili, Vaai 176 Pulu, Lila 109 220 Puni, Franklin K. 41, 77, 79. 176 Football 10-12 Basketball 10, 11 Choir 12 Puno, Teresita 176 Fil-Am. Youth Club Quarto, Edgar C. 36. 131 Queja, Jacinta 143 Queja. Jose L. 135, 143 Quemado, William 131 Quiamzon, Richard 71, 176 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Quibuyen, Myrnalyn B. 50, 176 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11 Spanish Club 11 FBLA 12 Quiming, Magdalena G. 48 Quinabo, Bernadette F. 101. 116, 131 Quinabo, Shirley B. 176 Quintana. Susanne J. 176 Quiocho, Judylene A. 176 Quiocho, Leslie A. 65, 131 Quiocho, Peter 176 Drama 10-12 Quiral, llimani 53, 142 Quirino, Remigio 82 Quisano, John A. 97 R Rabaco. Letecia O. 143 Rabanal, Arlene 48, 61, 143 Rabe, John E. 131 Rabe, Michael 36, 66, 177 Rabor, Grace N. 50, 61, 143 Racuya, Marcelina 177 Rafael, Felina C. 131 Ragasa, Francis 143 Ralar, Edsel N. 177 Ralleta, Benedict V. 177 Ralleta Delia L. 177 Ramelb, Janet G. 177 Ramelb, John H. 131 Ramirez, Lily A. 131 Ramirez, Myrna 48, 131 Ramirez, Susan F. 143 Ramiro, Arthur S. 177 Ramiro, Salvador D. 131 Ramones, Charmaine K. 61, 68. 131 Ramones, Colleen 35. 177 Orientelles 10, 11 Pep Squad 12 FHA 11 Ramones. Florfina M. 50, 177 FBLA 12 Ramos, Benedict 143 Ramos, Biemuenido M. 131 Ramos, Esther T. 177 Band 10, 11 Grad. Comm. 12 TACL 12 Ramos, Gloria I. 48, 131 Ramos, lrlene S, 62, 71, 175. 177 ROTC 10-12 NHS 11, 12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Ramos. Mira V. 50, 177 Spanish Club 11 FBLA 12 Ramos, Paula 143 Ramos, Thomas 176 Ranches, Lydia A. 131 Randolph. Brenda 142 Rapisora, Frank P. 177 Raquedan, Dorothy A. 68. 143 Raymond, David J. 52, 143 Reantaso, Theresa A. 110, 177 Rebudal, James A. 177 Reid, Charleen V. 40, 177 Reid, Richard 201 Psychology Reis. Susan M. 176 Swimming 10 Remigio, Johnny 177 Remigio, Marilyn D. 35, 50, 143 Remigio, Ronald 177 Renken, Cindy A. 4.0, 177 Reyes, Lydia T. 131 Rideb, Damiana 39, 143 Riingen, Evelyn R. 131 Rivad, Florencia G. 143 Rivera, Dante 119, 131 Rivera, Deceree 40, 177 Choir 12 Rivera , Eipidio 1. 178 Rivera, Jocelyn A. 143 Rivera, Joffre 143 Rivera, Ramon B. 178 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11. 12 Robello, Cynthia L. 131 Robello, George A. 131 Robino, Alvin G. 71, 117, 178 Riflery 10-12 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Rodrigues, Benjamin J. 178 Rodrigues, Gloria B. 40, 178 Choir 10-12 Rogers, Eugene 80, 82 Ronduen, Imelda 178 Roque, Raymond 205 Maintenance Roy, Teresita L. 131 Rufo, Marilou A. 61, 143 Ruiz, Raynette M. 40, 65, 178 Ruizo, Carmen L. 178 S Saau, Tauvale L. 131 Sabado, Terrie A, 178 Sabio, Jerry S. 131 Sabio, Rogelio S. 50, 178 Sierra Club 11 Spanish Club 11 FBLA 12 Sadang, Robert F. 178 Fil-Am. Youth Club 10 Sadie, Magdalena M. 61, 143 Sagapolutele, Tuputala 106 Sagiao, Malu 54, 55, 77, 84. 85. 87 Sagucio. Eden G, 48, 178 Speech Club 10 Fil-Am. Youth Club 12 Sagucio, Margarita D. 48, 131 Sahagun, Thelma L. 131 Saifoloi, llaisa 71, 178 ROTC 10-12 Samoan Club 11 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Saifoloi, Tavai 71, 143 Saito, Rodney M. 58, 131 Sakaguchi. Miles 36, 39, 52, 59. 178 Orchestra 10-12 LEO 11, 12 Band 10-12 Sakai, Casey S. 117 Sakai, Sonia M. 178 Sakamaki, Sidney 199 Power 85 Auto I, ll Sakamoto, Hideo 204 Clerk-Steno A Sakamoto, Kyoko 143 Sakaria. Evelina 131 Sakaue, Cynthia S. 52, 178 Ke Kiaaina 11 German Club 12 Biology Club 11 Sakihara, Jeri S. 172, 179 Homecoming Comm. 12 Sakumoto, Linda K. 178 Sakurada, Nancy 201 Ethnic Studies American Studies Salanoa. Teri K. 106 Salavea, Montana L. 178 Salinda, Cathleen 178 Salsedo. Albert J.' 131 aludes. Lerma C. 178 alvador. Glicerio 143 alvador, Gorgonia A. 33, 51, 179 alvador. Joseph D. 82 alvador, Sylvia M. 131 alvatera, Josephine 179 anchez. Joseph 101, 202 Project Aide Sanders. Nellie D. 53. 65, 101 132 Eantiago. Debra L. 109. 132 antiago, Phillip W. 179 Track 11 Santos, Elizabeth O. 116, 117. 179 antos. Sally J. 144 antos, Shirley R. 179 asano, Susan K. 109, 144 ato, Elaine 204 Cafeteria 'ato, Gregg Y. 179 ato, Lynette H. 67, 132 ato, Wade K, 144 avusa, Tauileva 77 awai, Mona K, 71, 179 ROTC 10-12 Shin Wakaba Kai 11 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Scanlan. Joe 77 Scanlan, Mickey S. 77 Schulmeister, Lorene 144 Seibert, Susan C. 179 Sekiya, Alice 192 Guidance Sepulveda. Priscilla M, 49. 144 Serdenia. Saturnino 179 Seredon. Arlene J. 132 Serrana, Penaforte M. 61. 132 Serrao, Renee 144 Seu. Jeri L, 112, 113, 144 Seu, Myron M. 36 Seu, Thomas 199 BSCS Biology SM Photography Seui, Faailoa F. 108, 109 Seymour, William P. 101, 103, 179 Track 10-12 Shen Eugene 54 Shigenaga, Chris K. 52, 179 French Club 10 Newswriting 11 German Club 10 Shijo, Carole 38. 39, 52, 68. 179 Orchestra 10-12 TACL 12 Reception Comm. 12 Shima, Mae M. 51. 144 Shimabuku, Julie N. 53, 59. 144 Shimabukuro. Ann M. 56, 122 Shimabukuro, Duane 66, 179 Shimabukuro, Jon H. 144 Shimabukuro, Lee T. 132 Shimabukuro, Lois P. 56 Shimabukuro, Masae 203 Public Health Nurse Shimabukuro, Phyllis S. 36, 46. 56. 62, 69, 159. 180 Class President 11 NHS 11, 12 Hui O Wahines 10-12 Shimizu, Kenneth A. 82, 93. 94. 95 Shimoda, Faye K. 132 Shimoda, Lynn E. 46, 69. 180 French Club 10 Math League 12 Biology Club 12 Shinbara, Wayne T. 144 Shinsato. Edwin S. 132 Shirai, Martha 61, 180. 191, 192, 193 Spanish Guidance Shiraki, Lloyd 180 Shiroma, Calvin Y. 57, 95, 115. 132 Shiroma, Clifford 82 Shiroma, Nora 189 Jr. Counselor Shiroma, Susan S. 46, 62, 69, 116, 180 Biology Club 11, 12 NHS 11, 12 Riflery 12 Shishido, Eric T. 180 Shoji, Michael M. 39, 57 Shun, Anthony W.K. 113 4xihi l . . 4. 5525571 " 5' . ... , . , M,,,,,, ,MMM ,L ,P ,, 4- f 1 Ml.. --lfg 1 "' 1, . 34 -e v!! fi 1 e.... A eee. ,E ..,. wi ' 'i .'tr- t '-i f f it W- ftt W' .Q J? ',-n-'.- 2 . . ,QM ,K - P ' 1' . . ,1 A f " ,ZX 1- 2- - w e ' . 1' Siarot. Robert D. 82 Siatafu. Soloma'a 180 Silao. Alan J. 180 Band 10. 11 Silao. Bobby 180 Silao. Cathleen L, 132 Silva, Silva. Silva, Silva. Silva, Silva, Silva. Silva. 105 Simeo 97. 9 Darlene L. 144 Evelyn F. 63 Frank J, 180 Lori Ann 180 Marlene 180 Patrick F. 87 Stephanie A. 180 Wes H. 88.89. 100. 101, na. Chris R. K. 36, 55, 77 8, 181 Football 10-12 Wrestling 11, 12 Band 10-12 Simeo Simeo na, James D.M. 82 na, Troy 82 Simmons, Rudolph 144 Simon. Leticia F. 132 Sliger . Charleen 199 PIP English Smith, Donald E. 122. 132 Smith. Michele 53, 181 So, De bra Lee T. 66. 132 Soh, Denise K. 181 May Day Comm. 11. 12 Sojot. Ray 181 Solanzo, Bernardita R. 46. 61, 144 Solima, Julie C. 144 Soliven. Cecilio 48. 51. 61, 181 221 Soliven, Crispin 181 Solusod, Val 181 Sooto, Fualaau L. 41, 49, 181 Choir 10-12 GAA 10, 11 FHA 12 Sooto, Selina L. 53, 58, 144 Sopoaga, Paulava P. 41. '77 Sorayama, Clayton T. 36, 57. 58, 144 Sorayama, Kenneth 198 SMP Soriano, Debra L, 53, 65, 132 Soriano, Erwin Q. 132 Souza, Guy 82 Souza, Patrick 88, 89 Souza, Robert W. 77, 84, 87. 92 Football 10-12 Basketball 10-12 Baseball 10, 12 Souza, Rory J. 82 Spahn, Elton M. 93, 95 Spencer, Jody K. 55, 56, 77, 86, 87, 181 Basketball 10-12 Football 11, 12 Track 11 Spencer, Margaret M. 49, 144 Spicer, Mollie 65, 67, 193 Spanish Chinese Steinhoff, Kyle D. 181 Stibbard, Neal K. 144 Stietzel, Gregory S. 80, 82. 89 Stone, Kaylyn S. 63, 132 Strong, Sandra G. 144 Subeldia, Mona M. 144 Sue-Ako, Kendrick Y. F. 53, 181 Suekawa, Judith M. 181 Suekawa, Lynne H. 67, 180 REP 10-12 Ke Kiaaina 11, 12 Suematsu, Blanche 67, 201 Sociology Suenaga, Jeanne M. 65, 132 Sugahara, Guy S. 112, 113, 181 Sugimoto, Kimie 204 Food Service Manager Sugimura, Christine 53, 192, 193 German Guidance Sugimura, Gannon 53 Sugiura, Peggie S. 181 Sula, Faanimo 181 Sulliban, Carolyn J. 63, 65 Sumida, Michael T. 181 Sung, Harold 199 Physics PSSC HPP Physics Phys. Science Supnet, Yvette S. 132, 135 Suyat, Danila M. 132 Suzuki, Amy E. 59, 144 Suzuki, Debora M. 39, 144 Suzuki, Joy K. 67, 180 REP 12 Suzuki, Joy R. 132 Suzuki, Patricia K. 144 T Tabieros, Myrna L. 132 Tabilang, D. Pauline 181 Tabiolo, Teresito N. 48, 51, 181 JETS 10-12 Fil-Am. Youth Club 12 Tacderan, Carmelita C. 39, 61, 67, 118, 144 Tacub, Marilyn E. 144 Taculao, Joy V. 118, 181 Tennis 10-12 Tadeo, Dolores Q. 49 Tadeo, Juanino L. 132 222 Tadiarca, Leonida A. 132 Tadiarca, Renato A. 181 Tagad, Joseph R. 182 Tagavilla, Salvador L. 132 Taira, Derek K. 132 Taira, Pat A. 62, 144 Takaesu, Harriet 201 Amer. Studies Geography Economics Takai, Liane 56, 71, 182 Hui O Wahines 10-12 ROTC Sponsor 12 Takara, Anne Y. 47, 132 Takara, Gail K. 47 Takashige, Setsu 189 Registrar Takata, Masakatsu 191 Sculpture and Ceramics Takesue, Carolyn 52, 195 English IV Film As Art Takeuchi, Sachi 49, 197 Family Foods Family Clothing Home Management Talaeai, Lorine 182 Tam, Joycelyn 182 Pep Squad 10 Sr. Prom Comm. 12 Tamada, Kathy S. 58, 67, 144 Tamada, Tammy T. 182 JV Pep Squad 10 Tamanaha, Joanne T. 182 Tamashiro, Alan T. 132 Tamashiro, Koki 196 Algebra l AP Calculus Algebra 4 Gen. Math Tamashiro, Myles S. 182 Band 10 Tamayo, Amarilis A. 144 Tamayo, Wilson 41, 182 Tamayose, Eric K. 144 Tamboa, Evelyn A. 48, 61, 182 Fil-Am. Youth Club 11, 12 Tamura. Rene Y. 182 Tanabe. Keith R. 67, 182 REP 10-12 Band 10-12 Tanaka, Hiroshi 201 Humanities L.. ,ULS4 Hlstory .- Tanaka, Kevin S. 182 Tanaka, Phyllis 190 Beg. Typing Tang, So Ying 39, 51, 53, 62, 65, 69, 145 Tangonan, Rosemary 182 ROTC 10, 11 Choir 10-12 Tanida, Greg I. 39, 67, 99, 132 Tanigawa, Faith F. 39, 67, 132 Taniguchi, Susan 113 Tanno, Noreen 34, 35, 145 Tanouye, Masao 205 Maintenance Tanouye, Russell 57, 62, 69, 182 JV Wrestling 10 Math League 10-12 Key Club 11, 12 Tanouye, Stanley 191 Martial Arts Taoy, Cleta U. 145 Tatei, Frances 203 Clerk Typist Tateishi, Stuart S. 59, 132 Tatemichi, Laverne H.N. 132 Tatemichi, Lorraine 65, 145 Taufetee, Talapelo F. 132 Taumalatou, Lulu L. 132 Tauvale, Saau 40 Tengan,Abraham A. 132 Tengan, Colleen H. 145 Tengan, Karen K. 183 Tengan, Lester A. 36 Tengan, Mel N. 132 Teraoka, Bruce M. 36, 36, 57, 145 Teruya, Fern C. 145 Teshima, Gail 191 Drawing and Painting Design Basic Art Tetsutani, Faye K. 132 Teves, Bernadette R. 183 FHA 10 Ke Kiaaina 11 Teves, Stephanie F. 183 Thor, Jodi N. 132 Thornton, Rialrome H. 77, 183 Football 10-12 Baseball 11 Thornton, Zariai A.L. 40, 182 Tiave, Iva E, 53. 65, 101, 145 Tibayan, Dolores A. 39, 61, 145 Tilitile, Arsenio L. 67, 100, 182 REP 12 Track 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Tina, Ernesto 183 Tisalona. Sabrina H. 145 Titcomb, Faith K. 145 Tobita, Clifford T. 183 Tennis 10 REP 10, 11 Kokua Ainas 10, 11 Togade, Josephine 132 Togiai, Ane 183 Toilolo, Tina T. 109 Tokuda, Laurie M. 53, 62, 69, 145 Tokumi, Kurt Y. 36, 145 Tokurnoto, Terrie 34, 35, 134 Tokunaga, Guy K. 183 Tokunaga, Sandra K. 56, 63, 129, 145 Tolentino. Ronald A. 82, 89 Tolentino, Zenaida 61. 132 Tolua, Anna M. ROTC 10-12 Tom, Curtis H.C. 119. 132 Tom, Dawn 183 J.V. Pep Squad 11 Pep Squad 12 Choir 12 Tom, Sherilyn 195 English IV Yearbook Humanistic Comm. Tomas, Estelita D. 132 Tomasu, Carol K. 45, 46, 58. 167, 183 Band 10-12 Kokua Ainas 11, 12 Biology Club 11, 12 Tomita, Verna S. 43, 46, 183 Band 10, 11 Ke Kiaaina 10-12 Biology Club 12 Tomori, Donna L.Y. 153, 183 Tong, Calvin 115 Toro, Michelle 145 Toro, Ricky Mae 183 Torres, Elizabeth L. 132 Torres, Henry C. 71, 183 ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 11, 12 Kwang Hua Hui 12 Torres, Malfred K.L.T. 55, 84, 87, 183 Football 10, 11 Basketball 10-12 Torres, William A. 145 Toy, Evalani M.L. 145 Toyama, Jonathan J. ROTC 10-12 Silver Sabres 12 Trask, Mahie 183 Trazo, Angeli A. 183 Trilles, Kathryn S. 145 Trinidad, Seso L. 100, 183 Baseball 10 Track 12 Truelove, Linda R.K. 69, 183 Tsuchiyama, Larry K. 36, 145 Tsuchiyama, Tommy I. 57, 133 Tsukiyama, Wanette 34, 35, 183 Pep Squad 12 Track 10 lntra School Comm. 12 Tsukiyama, Wayson 82 Tsutsumi, Lance R. 133 Tugade, Bonifacio 184 Tumamao, Myrna O. 54, 145 Tumamao, Ronald G. 117,' 133 Tupuola, Pafuti 109 Tuquero, Dionisia A. 184 U Jchida. Lance A. 39, 58. 133. 137 lchihara. Iris N. 184 lechi. Arlene E. 47 lehara. Marlene 205 Maintenance Jehara, Ruby 196 Algebra 1. 3. 5 Gen. Math Trig. lejio. Sarah 195 Film As Art Cont. Issues Jejo. Brendamay E. 184 lejo, Susan M. 145 lekawa, Sherilyn R. 133 Jemura, Diane 47 Jgaitafa. Sale M. 106. 107 ljihara. Jean A. 67. 118. 184 Tennis 10-12 Sierra Club 10-12 Grad. Comm. 12 lli.Saaga184 llufale. Semeri F. 77, 104 Jlufale, Tale 82 llufonua. Topua 184 lngos. Gloria C. 133 lrabe. Randall K. 55. 77. 184 Baseball 10 Hui O Na Kiaaina11. 12 Football 10-12 Jrayani. Helen 133 lruu, Cynthia C. 53. 184 Track 10 German Club 10-12 lso. Gus S. 77, 100 Football 10-12 Wrestling 11 Track 12 Jyechi. Christine S. 126. 133 lyeda. Erwin T. 58. 133 lyehara. Ellen 195 Polyn. Lit. Expos. Writing lyehara, Linda 197 Food Service Coop. Home Ec. lyehara. Lynne C. Iyehara. Peter Y. 133 lyesugi. Ronald Y. 110. 111 V aefaga. Sao 77. 100. 184 Baseball 10-11 Footabll 11. 12 Baseball 10. 11 Track 12 laldez, Alberta T. 184 FHA 10 laldez. Lorna P. 184 'aldez. Maximo D. 117 'alencia. Grace J. 35. 63. 145 alencia. Norman J. 133 alencia. Vincent S. 133 alencia, Zenaida A. 184 alera. Remedios G. 133 allejo. Beverly T. 133 allejo. Eder P. 48, 51, 61. 145 Lorraine P. 133 ellez. Jonathan 39 endiola. Jonathan N. 133 endiola. Rowena N. 48. 61. 184 PAAC 10 Fil-Am. Youth Club 12 Spanish Club 11. 12 erano. Christine T. 53. 65, 133 erzosa. Rosemarie 48. 145 ierra. Elizabeth 184 illaluz. Shirley A. 53. 184 Villanueva. Donna L. 184 FHA 11 Villanueva. Florencia S. 145 Villanueva. Renita V. 184 Viloria. Ely R. 184 Visaya. Marilynn Visaya, Marilyn G. 68, 145 Visoria. Debra M. 53.65. 133 W Wakazuru. Mae M. 69. 184 Shin Wakaba Kai 11. 12 Homecoming Comm. 12 Wakui, Tamotsu 194 Gen. Graphic Arts Wallace. Douglas 185 Wann. Richelle L. 49. 65. 69, 145 Ward, Ethel 48. 195, 196 TESOL Watanabe, Bruce K. 185 Watanabe, Cindy F. 116 Watanabe. Earl Y. 97. 185 Wrestling 11, 12 Watanabe. Gary A, 185 Watanabe. Jan I. 56. 122 Watanabe, Robert 189 Jr. Counselor Watanabe. Scott M. 185 Football 10. 11 Watson. Patricia 201 American STudies Whang. Vanessa M. 145 Williams. Pasesa 77 Won. Sharon Y.J. 185 Won. Susan Y.N. 145 Wong. Amy A.M. 49. 53. 65. 185 FHA 12 FBLA 12 Kwang Hua Hui 12 Wong. Clifford 133 Wong. David A. 133 Wong. Elise M. 133 Wong. Linda W.L. 185 Wong. May 204 Ed. Asst. Wong, Peter P. 145 Wong. Rudolph 113 Wong. Walter 203 Emp. Counselor Woo. Phyllis C. 145 Worthy. Tammy 133 Wright. Cari 35, 63, 145 Wun. Bernadette S. 51. 145 Y Yagi. Elaine 51. 190. 196 Beg. Typing Office Pr. Gen. Business Yahiku. Jerry K. 185 Yahiku. Stanley K. 42 Yama. Garrick T. 57. 185 Key Club 11. 12 Yamachika. Thomas 39. 57. 62, 69 Yamada. Karen M. 56, 185 Hui O Wahines 10-12 Yamada. Nancy L. 47, 133 Yamada. Thomas 145 Yamaguchi. Susan M. 36 Yamamoto, Geraldine 192. 193 French Guidance Yamamoto. Sheldon 110 Yamanaka. Anne Y. 47. 53, 62. 69. 185 Orchestra 11 NHS 12 Shin Wakaba Kai 12 Yamane. Derrick 39. 191. 192, 193 Orchestra Band Guidance Yamane. Doreen K. 39. 145 Yamaoka, Alan H. 58, 133 Yamasaki, Eleanor 201 American Problems Yamasaki, Lori J. 133 Yamashiro. David T. 75, 77 Yamashiro. Tomoko 58. 185 Tennis 10 Kokua Ainas 10-12 Band 11, 12 Yamato. Margaret 192 Guidance Yambaw. Drusilla D. 40. 113. 185 Diving 12 Yanagida. Barbara 204 Typist Yanagihara. Ted 191 Poly. Music Yanai. Sandra M. 39, 67 Yanos. Dennis G. 145 Yanuaria. Felyinar V. 185 Yap. .Jonathan 43. 57. 185 Key Club 10-12 Band 10. 11 Newswriting 12 Yap. Thelma 192 Guidance Yasuda. Iris H. 133 Yasumoto, Ellen 201 Hawaiiana American Studies Yaw, Richard 77 Yawn. Eden J. 43. 123. 133 Yee. Sylvianne 195 Reading Center Yogi, Ernest 201. 203 Emp. Counselor Yoshida. Alvin 62, 67, 145 Yoshida. Marisa J. 67, 185 French Club 10 REP 10-12 Holoku Ball Comm. 12 Yoshida, Paula M. 145 Yoshimoto, Craig A. 82, 93. 95 Yoshimoto, Pamela 189 IMC Director Yoshioka. Nelson 188 Vice Principal Yoshiyama. Glenn 36, 62. 67. 145 Young. Candice L. 185 Young. Colleen M.Q. 133 Young, Ernell 196 Algebra 1. 2 Math 1 Young, Genevieve M. 36, 185 Band 10-12 Young. Lynn L. 133 Young. Natalie K.S. 42. 43. 46. 185 Band 10. 11 Riflery 11 Ke Kiaaina 12 Young. Randall K.T. 57. 145 Young, Warren K.W. 36, 39 Z Zsido. Carl E. 133 Zukeran, Chris C. 145 22 i W 1 224 THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief ..............................,.............. Irene Baxa Copy Editors ......... Terence Arakaki, Clifton Gueco, Roxanne Ohta Section Editors .................. Carol Chun, James Hokama, Lynne Suekawa, Verna Tomita, Natalie Young Staff ......,.... . . . Robert Garett, Marilyn Pasion, Eden Yawn Artist .......... . .' ........................... Terence Arakaki Photographers ................ 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