Florence Union High School - Saguaro Yearbook (Florence, AZ)

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Merchandise - 11 Tag's Restaurant - 114 Transamerica Title Insurance 113 Underwood Ford - 108 United Metro, Inc. - 112 Valley Bank - 109 Vanstone's Nursery - 113 Western Auto - 114 Warren Morgan Realty Insuranc 117 74, 106 uiz, Salvador - 26, 92, 102 lvas, David - 26, 46, 53, 90, 99, 98 ith, Clifford - 26, 46, 58, 64 ith, Mary Lou - 26, 54 illa, Raymond - 26, 40, 43, 57, 71 illanueva, Alfred - 26, 43, 90,97, 98, 99 illarreal, Gloria - 26, 39, 46, 50, 69, 73 ahlman, Marsha - 26, 68 ainscott, Michael - 26, 92 olven, Marcella 26, 38, 47, 61, 64 UPHOMURES una, Steve - 27, 48, 41 rian, Alice - 27, 54 varado, Reyes - 27 derson, Charles - 27, 48, 55,92, 41 gley, James - 27, 92, 94 gel, Joseph - 27, 48, 53, 92, 96, 102 ala, Alma - 27, 48, 50, 62 ldwin, Lynn - 27, 51 dson, Bruce - 28, 51 andfas, Deborah - 28, 74 brera, Maria - 28 lvert, Wanda - 28 rtwright, Rita - 28, 48, 55, 74 stro, Ernest - 28, 42, 92, 96 omer, John - 28, 48, 53, 97 oper, Brent - 28, 92, 97, 103 wsert, Ray - 28 awford, Stella - 28, 50 niel, David - 28, 51 az, Geary - 28, 48, 104 llon, Kathy - 29 ckett, Verlin Dean - 29, 101 lsworth, Michael Reid - 29 cinas, Manuel Arthur - 29, 92, 97, 103 pinosa, Robert - 29 Hindman, Edith - 29, 74 Joaquin, Dorothy - 29, 48, 53, 61 Johnson, Rebecca - 29 Juan, Marvin - 29, 92, 103 Kartchner, Gene - 29, 42 Kent, Kathy - 30, 48, 54, 62, 74 Lake, Josephine - 30, 48, 62, 74 Lary, Paula - ,30, 62, 51 Lease, Thomas - 30, 42 Lewis, Kara - 30, 48, 62, 74 Lippert, Nancy - 27, 30, 48, 72, 74 Lizarraga, Olivia - 30, 44, 48, 74 Lopez, Linda - 30 Lopez, Mike - 30, 42, 92, 97, 102, 104 Lunsford, Karen - 30, 48, 62, 74 Manjarres, Angelina - 30, 40, 44, 48, 74 Manjarres, Edmundo - 30, 58, 92 104 Margiscal, Evangeline - 30, 45, 48, 4 . -Martinez, Linda -,30, V 48, 64, 74 Mills, Wanda - 30 K 17" """' Molina, Ana Lylia - 30, 45, 48, 74 Molina, Maria - 30, 45, 62, 74 Molina, Mario - 30, 42, 48 Montano, Richard - 30, 48, 50, 71, 92, 97, 98, 100, 101 Montgomery, Joyce - 30, 48, 74 Moore, Deborah f 30 Moreno, Florence - 30 McCullough, Vicki - 30, 48, 74 McCullough, Vivian - 30, 74 - Neal, Thelether - 30, 46, 55, 74 Neely, Richard Wayne - 27, 30,48, 92, 97, 103 Nix, William - 30 Ortega, Edward Anthony - 30, 50, 51, 92, 97, 9 48, 101 8, 99, Ortiz, George - 31, 48, 90, 94, 94, 102, 103, 104 Padilla, David - 31 Padilla, Patricia - 27, 31, 48, 62, erson, Christopher - 29, 42, 48 lix, Daniel - 29, 42, 48, 92, 104 lix, John - 29, 92 liz, Andrea - 29, 54, 62, 74 liz, Sandra - 29, 44, 48 OFES, 3269 izell, rcia, Charles - 29, 48 Raymond Walter - 29 Dawn -'29, 39, 40, 44, 66 Belinda - 29, 48, 62, 74 rcia, Deborah - 29, 48, 52, 72, 74 rcia, Linda - 29, 55 IHSZ, Edward - 29 anillo, Patrick - 29, 42, 48, 92, 104 tierrez, Patricia - 29, 48, 74 nry, Patrick - 29, 48, 92, 96, 101 nwood, Barbara - 29, 48, 62, 74 rnandez, Martha - 29, 53 rndon, Jimmy - 29, 92, 96, 102, 103, 51 Padilla, Rachel - 31, 45, 48, 74,76 Padilla, Robert - 31, 42, 51, 92 Ramirez, Regina - 31, 74 Ramon, Barbara - 31 Reyes, Danny - 31, 42, 55 Rieffer, Barbara - 31, 48, 50, 62 Rodriquez, Benny - 31, 42, 48, 92, 96 Ruiz, Rudolf - 31, 76, 92, 96, Sauceda, Sylvia - 31, 62 Savory, Mark - 31, 92 Sellers, John - 31, 92 Smith, Richard - 31, 42, 48 Smith, Suzanne - 31, 50, 53 Sullivan, Jerry - 31, 42, 48 Traylor, Eva Lavern - 31, 46, 55, 74 Valdez, Deborah - 31, 48, 62, 74 Villanueva, Gloria - 31 Villarreal, Mitch - 31, 48, 51 Wakefield, David - 31 Wells, John - 31 Westfall, Kim - 31, 45, 48, 53, 62, 71, 74, 81 Williams, James - 31, 42 Williams, Robert - 31 Wolv n, Virginia - 31, 48, 74 F ESHMEN Adrian, John - 32, 41 . Alston, Michael - 32, 51, 103 Baker, Rebecca - 32, 49, 63, 72 Baker, Bill - 32, 41, 93 Bodson, Bridgett - 32, 63 Brackett, Billy - 32, 41,93, 97, 103 Busby, James - 32, 49, 51, 93, 97, 102, 103, 104 Bussey, Brenda - 32, 49, 63 Cabrera, Christina - 33, 49, 50 Caffall, Peggy - 33 Cartwright, Terry - 33, 55 Cathemer, Olga - 33, 49, 54, 72 Celaya, John - 33, 41, 93 Cox, Bob - 33, 97 Crawford, Deborah F 33, 50, 56, 63 Daniels, Rueben - 33, 41 Duer, Marlon 33, 41, 93 Encinas, David - 33, 49, 53, 97, 41 Eversole, Rennie - 33 Felix, Cynthia - 33, 49, 55, 72 Flores, Michael - 41 Garcia, Letecia - 34 Garcia, Martha - 34, 50, 63, 72 Garner, Patricia - 34, 49, 63, 72 Goff, Joseph - 34 Granillo, Mary Jean - 34, 49, 72 Gutierrez, Lawrence - 34, 49 Gutierrez, Steven - 34, 40, 41, 49, 93 Hannah, Brad - 34, 51 Hatch, Guy - 34, 49, 51 Hatch, Thomas - 34, 41, 93 Hendrickson, Abbie - 34, 50, 63 Hendrickson, Debbie - 34, 50, 63 Hendrickson, Peggie - 50, 56, 63 Henry, Brent - 34, 101 Holt, Valarie - 34, 55 Horlacher, Timothy - 34, 40, 41, 93 Hosick, Harold - 34, 41, 97 Huntley, Betty Jean - 34, 54, 72 Jauregui, John - 34, 49, 93 Jimenez, Antonio - 32, 34, 40, 41, 49, 93, 97, 101 2 Jordan, Darrell - 34, 76, 92, 93, 97, 103, 104 Lantz, Gary - 34 Lewis, Michael - 35 Lippert, Carolyn - 32, 35, 49, 63, 72 Lopez, Betty - 35, 49, 63, 72 Lopez, Esther - 49, 63, 52 H9 Simons Alston, Janice - ll, 38, 50, 56, Angley, Lynette - 11, 38, 47, 61, 66, 82 ' Araujo, Lupe - ll, 39, 53, 57 Argel, Sylvia - 8, ll, 38, 56,, Beasley, Bernice - 11 Blackler, Robert - 11, 47, 56, 60, 66, 69, 71, 80, 88, 90, Blanco, Joe - 12, 53, 60, 64, 66, 90, 94, 98, 100, 102, 104 Calloway, Jean - 12, 55 Cantu, George - 90 Cathemer, Larry - 12, 80, 90, Celaya, Pauline - 12, 38, 56, 64, 66, 71, 73, 74, 82, 43 Clark, Danny - 12, 39, 41, , Cooper, Cort - 12, 38, 47, 60, 68, 90, 105 Cooper, Larry - 13, 47, 58, 68, 100 Crawford, Johnny - 13,51 Encinas, Johnny - 13, 39, 54, Flores, Karen - 13, 39, 53, Freeman, Russell - 13, 41, , 90 ' 64 58 Garcia, Laurie - 14 Garcia, Rebecca - 13, 45, 47, 69 Garner, Merry Anne - 14, 45, 72, 73 73 56, 66 61 58, 105 80, 103 61, 106 66 64, 80, 64 80 , m m, Goins, Bert - 14, 43, 47, 66, 88,90 Gomez, Luci - 14, 39, 53, 56, 64, 72, 73 Harrell, Sally - 14, 44, 61, 66, 106 Henry, Patsy - 14 61, 73, Joaquin, Angelo - 10, 15, 47, 56,58, 100 66, 68, 71, 90, 98, 99, Jones, Jeff - 15 Kent, Linnie - 15, 39, 41, 42, 47, 66 Lewis, Gregory - 15, 90 Lizarra a Louie 15 50 51 43, g 1 ' i 1 1 Lloyd, Bruce - 15, 38, 46, 47, 58 Lopez, Lupe - 16, 52, 53, 61 Mahoney, Mark - 16, 38, 46, 64, 70, 80, 82, 90, 94 Manjarres, Heriberto - 16, 43 Mariscal, Mary - 16, 39, 53 Mohr, Sandra - 8, 16, 38, 45, 53, 54, 56, 64, 73, 106 Molina, Stan - 16, 46, 69 Morendo, Rosemary - 17 Moreno, Joseph - 17 Myers, Deborah - l0, 17, 45, 53, 57, 60, 66, 69, 71, 72, 76, 81, 106 McVickers, Doris - 17, 38, 45, 61, 66, 73, 106 118 60, 47, 46, 73, 56, Navarre, Mark - 17, 53, 54, 66 Nowlin, Don - 17, 55 Ordway, Alec - 10, 18, 38, 40, 42, 46, 60, 70, 71, 94, 95, 105 Ortiz, Joe - 18, 39, 40, 47, 64, 90 Padilla, Eddie - 18, 47, 56, 58, 66, 90, 98, 100 Perkins, John - 18, 39, 80, 102, 104 A Ramirez, Eddie - 18, 58, 60, 64 71, 76, 90, 94, 102, 103,104,105 Ramirez, Johnny - 18, 39, 43, 47, 58, 80, 94, 100 Reyes, Patricia - 19, 39, 53 Reyes, Steve - 19, 54, 104 Rieffer, Charles - 19 Robinson, April - 19, 46, 66, 73, 74, 81, 106 Rodriguez, Mateo - 19, 58, 66, 69, 80, 90 Rodriquez, Kerry - 19, 90,94, 103, 104 Sauceda, Frances - 20, 39, 66 Siebert, Cecelia - 8, 20, 39,47, 54, 61, 66, 71 Smith, Helen - 20, 39, 53 Smith, Larry - 20, 43, 66 Underwood, Toby - 20, 60, 70, 80, 90, 94, 98, 100 Van Haren, Beverly - 20, 44, 46, 53, 57, 66 Wakefield, Leslie Ann - 10, 21, 38, 47, 61, 64, 68, 82 Whitworth, Robert - 21, 64 Wilson, Bonita - 21 Wolven, Mercedes - 21, 56, 61, 64 Wright, Jack - 21, 39, 43, 47, 66 JUNIORS Adrian, Ardis - 23, 54, 82 Alvarado, David - 23 Argel, Celia - 23, 47, 53, 61, 73 Argel, Celina - 23, 47, 53, 61, 73 Argel, Teresa - 8, 28,' 38, 46, 64 Arndt, Terry - 23, 38, 46, 58, 64, 71, 90, 105 Baker, Janet - 22, 23, 38, 45, 46, 61 Ballard, Carla 23, 39, 54, 66 Beasley, Janice - 23 Blanco, Christina - 23, 66, 73 Borree, Jeff - 23, 46, 53, 54, 57, 68, 88 Cabrera, Arthur - 23 Calvert, Linda - 23, 50 Capell, William - 23, 46, 80, 90,94 Carrasco, Elfrieda - 23, 39, 47, 54, 61, 73 Cartwright, Chester - 23, 39, 42, 55, 92 Celaya, David - 23, 40, 42, 50, 98, 99 Celaya, Frank - 24, 46, 60, 90, 9 98, 99 Cherry, Patricia - 24 Coil, Kenneth - 24, 50, 51, 102 Cole, David - 24 Daniels, Margaret - 24 Dawson, Patricia - 22, 24, 46, Felix, David - 24, 40, 43, 47 Felix, Joseph -' 24, 43, 46, 92 Feliz, Peter - 24, 46, 56, 64, Feliz, Victoria - 24, 66 Frizzell, Candi - 24, 45, 46, Garner, Kerry - 24 Gates, John - 24 Goins, Barbara - 24, 39, 47, 55, Gomez, Philip - 24, 90 Hammer, Janice - 24, 45, 54, Hatch, Debra - 24 Herndon, Edward - 24 Holland, Delmar - 24, 42, 47, Jimenez, Andrew - 24, 42, 54, 80, 90, 99 Jimenez, Joe - 25, 40, 43, 98 King, Julia - 25, 38, 47, 64 King, Karen - 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Garfield gets! wiaAea l'0'n Czamger of Commerce jforence, .farizona The Annual Staff would like to, take this opportunity to thank all the students and teachers for their co-operation in producing this edition of the Saguaro. Cort Cooper Editor- in - Chief ,npeaooq---:,- Racketeers practice doubles match. I I . .H.S. Netters lnvmclble Tennis players practice with the coach. I L 1 Ht Lynette Padilla prepares to serve. 4 X S Desire To Win Make X ARIN Front Row: bindy Mohr, April Robinson: Back Row: Doris McV1cker, Patsy Padilla, Lynette Padilla Karen King Pauline Celaya: Not Shown: Sally Harrell, Debby Myers 1970 TENNIS SCHEDULE DATE Wed. March Fri. March Fri. March Tues. March Fri. April Fri. April Fri. April Tues April Fri. May Fri. May 'IO6 OPPONENT Coolidge Ray Apache J ct. Superior Gilbert Superior Apache J ct. Coolidge Ray Gilbert PLAC E Coolidge Ray Apache J ct. Florence Gilbert Superior Florence Florence Florence Florence Miss Mercado, Coach Golfers in lull Swing March 10 Coolidge-Globe March 17 Coolidge-Tolleson March 31 Coolidge-Gerard April 24 Coolidge-Ray April 21 Hayden April 24 Ray May 7 Hayden May 14-15 State Tournament 53 Wi., 9 onjymfff 5 Wpif Coach Wayland Harris Wi Blackler, Curtis Neal, Terry Arndt, Eddie Ramirez, joe Moody, Alec Ordway, Cort Cooper A Track Develops Individual Skills High Jump: Kneeling: Darrell jordan, jimmy Busby: Standing: Curtis Neal, Kerry Rodriquez, joe Blanco Sprinters: john Perkins Curtis Neal joe Blanco Eddie Ramirez Q George Ortiz Distance Men: Front: Geary Diaz, Edmundo Manjarres, Lawrence Martinez, Pat Granillo, Back? Mike Lopez, Henry Rodrlquez, Steve Reyes, Danny Felix, Robert Romero for Spring Sports Enthusiasts i 4 Q PM X 'A 'X 1 ,xl , - 5' X Q , if X , Xv ,, , ,, V .7 xl urn. V X ' 'W Xi ' 'X X N 1, N Xl N . 1 , ' ,Q K sw , L V X ' , fKjy,:W M , , y XX V 9 , .. Q .X - , X , X , NX , .M W at f . 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" Mtv ' ' XMmt31i'3',uh..."'a'f Pole-Vaulters: Curtis Neal, Mike Alston, Wayne Neely, Shot-Putters: Front: Brent Cooper, Marvin juan: Back: jimmy Hearndon, Eddie Rameriz Art Encinas, Robert Ruiz, Larry Cathemer ely, Kerry Rodriquez Xl 103 Traclcsters Promise Exciting Periormanc March 11 Tri-Meet Coolidge, ii Eloy, Florence .1 March 18 Superior March 21 Ray Invitational March 25 Coolidge April 1 Hayden April 15 Marana 9 April 25 San Manuel Invita- A tional 1, April 28 Gilbert May 6 Superior -Coach Borquez and Managers Joe Argel and Kenny Coil i t Q: Q .3 'N NW- W N 'Hi' 'VF 'X x ' v' 1 ,, iiil v W i NWNN -uw- Qk if- y W p ""'-So If i W' ' J ' 1 " 3, X 'ax if " 1 W , , Relay Squad: Front: Mike Lopez, Salvador Ruiz, jimmy Hearndon, Jimmy Busby: Back: john Perkins, joe Blanco, Eddie Rameriz, George Ortiz 102 Hard Work AL 1 1- uf' N 3 M X K' V4 lf' Characterizes I. V. Season , ii iw K... Y , X fl in A' ,M Y, Y I ev ,gap W Q X 1 NA KJ X f I 3, '1 x ll , ,yr , lst Row: Dean Duckett, Danny Vlllanueva, Tony Jimenez, Brent Henry, Eddie Ortega: 2nd Row: Pat Henry, Eric Sweat Rusty Ortiz, Gary Moore, Richard Montziiio X, I ,:"W" A :lr - A L W"--aw , AV J. V. BASEBALL SCHEDULE March Coolidge March Marana March Eloy March Ray April Gilbert April C anyon del Oro April Hayden Apr il Hayden April Superior APTU Marana April Coolidge M May Gilbert ' ,li MM May Canyon del Oro y 5 f Roger Quaing, Coach Sggev N ' , ' Vx one yy, W E XX x. t 'N' OUTFIELD: Eddie Padilla, Angelo Joaquin, J oe Blanco, Richard Montaiiog Not Shown: Larry Cooper Needed Experience for Vigorous Season PITCHERS: Angelo Joaquin, Joe Blanco, Toby Underwood 100 I VA 1 in ,. ! . CATCHERS: Johnny Ramirez, Toby Underwood 2252 INFIELD: David Celaya, Angelo Joaquin, Frank Celaya, Andy Jimenez, Eddie Ortega, David Silvas, Nick Villanueva FLORENCE UNION HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1970 DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME Tues March Coolidge Florence 4 00 Fri. March Sahuarita Sahuarita Sat. March Apache Jct Florence 11 00 Fri. March Hayden Florence 4 00 Sat. March Marana Marana 11 00 Tues March Eloy Eloy 4 00 Tues March Ray Ray 4 00 Fri. April Gilbert Florence 4 00 Fri. April Benson Benson 4 00 Sat. April Tombstone Florence 1 00 Fri. April Sahuarita Florence 4 00 Sat. ' April Apache Jct Apache Jct ll 00 Tues April Superior Superior 4 00 Fri. April Hayden Hayden 4 00 Sat. April Marana Florence 11 00 Tues. April Coolidge Coolidge 7 00 Fri. May Gllbert Gilbert 4 00 Sat. May Benson Florence 1 00 Fri. May Tombstone Tombstone 4 00 lf Summer Baseball Program Supplies Dan Turner, Coach The 1970 baseball season promises reward fo those who have waited so long. For the first tim in years, the Gophers will take the field with a experienced team in hopes of a Conference Crow These same boys during the summer, com peted against much larger schools in America Legion Ball, and placed second in the state. Wit a little luck and a lot of determination they may b able to repeat their performance in conferenc play. The Gophers feature excellent pitching an hitting, and the ailing infield of the past is expect ed to rise for the occasion this year. At the time of this writing, the season is n yet completed, but from all indications the Go phers will turn in a winning season. Varsity Eyes Conference Crown lst Row: David Silvas, Frank Celaya, Andy Jimenez, Toby Underwoosll, joe Blanco, Nick Villanueva: 2nd Row: David' Celaya, Angelo Joaquin, Eddie Padilla, Eddie Ortega, Richard Montano 98 Frosh Look for Secret of Victory Kneeling: Nick Villanueva, Larry Gutierrez, Coach Quaing, Harold Hosick: Standing: Danny Villanueva Tony Jiminez Darrell Jordan, Abel Rodriquez, jimmy Busby, John Coomer, Charlie Ruiz, Billy Brackett, Bob Cox Peter Reyes Dav1d Encinas December December January January January January January January January February February February FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 9 Florence 13 Florence 6 Florence 13 Florence 16 Florence 17 Florence 28 Florence 30 Florence 3 1 Florence 7 Florence 13 Florence 17 Florence Coolidge Apache Jct Superior Eloy Marana Gilbert Coolidge Sahuarita Apache Jct Marana Gilbert Ray I. V.'s Experience Victory's Sweet Taste JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE, 1969-1970 December 9 Florence Coolidge December 12 Florence Sahuarita December 13 Florence Apache Jct January 9 Florence Hayden January 13 Florence Eloy January 16 Florence Marana January 17 Florence Gilbert January 23 Florence Benson January 24 Florence Tombstone January 30 Florence Sahuarita January 3 1 Florence Apache Jct February 6 Florence Hayden February 7 Florence Marana February 13 Florence Gilbert February 17 Florence Ray February 20 Florence Tombstone February 21 Florence Benson l II I Kneeling: Manager Joe Argel, Coach Borquez, Manager Benny Rodriquez: Standing: Ernie Castro, Jimmy Herndon, Pat Henry, Rudy Ruiz, Mike Lopez, Arthur Encinas, Brent Cooper, Eddie Ortega, Rusty Ortiz, Wayne Neely, Richard Montano, Rex Neal n 1970 Varsity Squad How easily one forgets the enthusiasm of victory. After failing but once to reach the win column during the grid season, the Gophers lost their knack for victory during the basketball season, suffering one of the poorest records in recent years. The prime factor for the dismal season was inexperience. only four returning Let- termen reported for duty at the opening of the 1970 season. Even though they were handicapped, the team often displayed the Robert Ruiz attempts shot during Christmas Tour- nament. -ec?" .1 Darrell Jordan passes ball to teammate. makings of a championship team. They com- pletely dominated a fine Tombstone team, beating them twice in the course of the season and had good showings against league leader Marana. But, as indicated by their record, these spurts were much too far apart. With only four players being lost from this year's squad, the future of Florence Union High Basketball does look bright. Alec Or-dway jumps for two. J V players watch attentively as ball rolls off iron. 95 Frustration: Prominent Feel Kneeling: john Ramirez, Coach Harris: Standing: Toby Underwood, Frank Celaya, jamie Angley, Billy Capell Kerry Rodriquez, Mark Mahoney, joe Blanco, Alec Ordway, Eddie Ramirez, George Ortiz December December December December December December January January January January January January January January February February February February February February February VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE, 1969-1970 Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Coolidge Sahuarita Apache Jct Marana Tolleson Eloy Superior Hayden Eloy Gilbert Benson Tombstone Sahuarita Apache Jct Hayden Marana Gilbert Ray Tombstone Benson Benson acancies lelt by Graduating Seniors 1969 FROSH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 25 Apache Jct. 13 Florence OCt0beI' 7 Coolidge 18 Florence 2 October 14 Apache Jct. 12 Florence 32 October 21 Eloy 35 Florence 20 October 28 Coolidge 36 Florence 6 lst Row: Abel Rodriquez, jimmy Busby, Gary Moore, Charlie Ruiz, Larry Ruiz, Tim Horlacher, Rusty Ortiz: 2nd Row: Tom Hatch, Manager: Bill Baker, Billy Brackett, Darrell Jordan, Fred Padilla, john Celaya, Tony Jiminez, Marlin Duer, Manager: 3rd Row: Steve Gutierrez, Rex Neal, Dennis McAfee, John jauregui, Peter Reyes, Robert Siebert, Larry V Gutierrez, Coach Borquez y 93 l.V's. and Frosh Prepare To F11 ---,,---m-ab-- ,.....tw.....,....,.,. .a,,.,,,.. lst Row: Bobby Padilla, jamie Angley, Joe Argel, Robert Romero, Wayne Neely, Salvador Ruiz, Mark Savory: 2nd john Felix, jimmy Herndon, Richard Montana, John Sellers, Chester Cartwright, Danny Felix, Pat Henry, Pat Granillo 3rd Row: Eddie Ortega, Brent Cooper, Arthur Macias, Marvin Juan, Charles Anderson, Rudy Ruiz, Mike Wainscott 4th Row: Darrell jordan, Rex Neal, Edmundo Manjarres, Ernie Castro, Joe Felix, Ben Rodriquez, Art Encinas, Mike Lopez 1969 JV FOOTBALL SCHEDULE H ,f Coaches Danny Turner and Gary Adams 92 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. '9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 4 Nov. 13 Coolidge 28 Hayden 6 Eioy 6 C. D. O. 22 Gilbert 0 Superior 3 Marana 5 Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence ream: State Championship! The 1969 football season proved to be a new experience for Florence Union High School. This year, through acombination of ability, experience, desire, and most of all, pride, the Gophers were able to achieve the highest possible goal in high school football, the State Championship Crown. After only one previous year at Flor- ence, Wayland Harris, with the aid of afine assistant, Richard Servies, was able to in- still confidence and a winning attitude in the mind of each player. The tremendous support of the fans was in no small part responsible for the Go- phers' success. Game after game, arecord number of supporters turned out to encour- age the team. Not only did they lend vocal support, but toward the end of the season a fund was raised to purchase blazers for the entire team and coaching staff. Members of the squad receiving All State recognition were Toby Underwood, quarterback, Mark Mahoney, linebacker, Robert Blackler, center, and Robert Ruiz, defensive tackle, all receiving first team honors. The Gophers were able to place eight players on the All Conference list. Those members were Toby Underwood, Curtis Neal, Joe Blanco, Robert Blackler, Rusty Freeman, Larry Cathemer, MarkMahoney, and Johnny Ramirez. These players showed a great amount of ability and desire throughout the season, but had it not been for atotal team effort by the Gophers, a 10-1 record, a Conference Championship, and a State Championship could never have been achieved. 1, " --wt. t" Varsity Gridders Capture Impossibl V , i"""t""" 'TW f ' V ,J w V, .M I .axt2.4.wkM w 4 , lst Row: Joe Blanco, Frank Celaya, Bert Goins, David Silvas, George Ortiz, Delmar Holland, Louie Martinez, Kerry Rodriquez: 2nd Row: Cort Cooper, Eddie Ramirez, joe Ortiz, Rusty Freeman, Terry Arndt, Toby Underwood, Robert Blackler, Eddie Padilla, Manager: 3rd Row: Mark Mahoney, Henry Rodriquez, Larry Cathemer, Billy Capell, John Ramirez, Nick Villanueva, Philip Gomez, Coach Harris: 4th Row: Mateo Rodriquez, Manager, Curtis Neal, Robert Ruiz, Angelo Joaquin, Andy jiminez, George Cantu, Greg Lewis, Coach Servies September September October October October October October November November November November VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE,.l969 Florence Florence Florence Florence Flonence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Ray Benson Hayden Coolidge Sahuarita Marana Tombstone Apache J ct. Gilbert Parker Round Valley 2 14 0 35 0 0 0 6 6 7 0 W 1 Q R Y Q sw , N Q M957 3 1 QE-nf. mmm RM Bert Goins selects tools to work on cars. WGRK EXPERIE CE Stripers prepare for a new patient. 88 Candy Stripers work with an X-Ray. jeff Borree helps with problems. M., ,W vxyv I '-q.'l5"",' REME Robert Blackler fills his car with Chevron Custom Supreme gasoline. Wood Shop students work with wood. ' Auto Mechanics students work on a transmission VDCATIUNAL CLASSES Wood Shop class learns techniques for measuring wood. Mr. Adams explains functions of a transmission. Ag I learns about planting seeds. Mt1IMWWi'f""'i W s I ., 'P' v p J Speech class listening to an impromptu speech. Library Science class learning to index books Mr. Gardner's Spanish class taking a test. ' I Spanish II class listening to tapes. i . a is +15 W Library Science class learns correct library English Ill class listens as student inquires. techniques. 86 P, D, students ask about democracy. U. S. History students work on assignments. Students make inquiries. Arizona History class listens to a talk on Indian Arizona History class learns about their state. tribes. I Typing II class prepares for a timed writing. Students learn to operate business machines. ""1--..""m....s iimwf-ifmr i ,. l 8 'fl all .Mt M,,., W- l"" as ,- 1 4- D V -...M ,W Disappointment is mirrored on the faces of those whose stock has dropped. 84 Bookkeeping students collaborate on financial problems. General Business students familiarize themselves with stock exchange procedures. Lyd Padilla polishes the ole apple. General Science students ponder over problems. Physics students study the resonance of sound SCIE CE and MATHEMATICS Biology students examine crayfish. Geometry students work on problems. Trig students study the Laws of Determinants I-I0 ORS Mark Mahoney attended Boys' State and received the Outstanding Junior Boy Award from the U of A, Lynette Angley won the Award. f .umm M W 1' 1 A w,,5 it FQ X X -+.agg'NMW my Q IE Leslie Wakefield received the DAR Award and the Ardis Adrian placed lst Outstanding junior Award from ASU. speech contest. 82 ' Pauline Celaya attended Girls' State. Betty Crocker K 5. 5, M.. .X H :Ag ww' "' ' ,A X ,. .V .,, - a., . gk in the Voice of Democracy Westfall attended Pom Pon Camp. Myers attended Pom Pon Camp. H0 0RS Varsity Cheerleaders attended Cheerleaders' Camp. Wm. .Xxx Mv.wy:N:M0 ibn' My Nw. V WWW. 0 W9 0' 0 0 W3 , M , . ,, M :Qi OLlI'I'13l'I1eI'lI. Robinson placed 2nd in State Tennis JV Cheerleaders attended Cheer1eaders'Camp. 81 W I-I0 0RS 1969 Baseball A11-Conference Selections: Larry COOPER Znd Team? Andl' .limeH9Z, 15f Team: 1969 Football All-State Selections: Toby Underwood, Robert TCW Underwood, 2nd Team Ruiz, Mark Mahoney, Robert Blackler 1969 Football B-Central Conference Selections: Kneeling: Mark Mahoney, Robert Blackler, Rusty Freeman: Standing: - - , - john Ramirez, Curtis Neal, Larr Cathemer, Toby Under- 1969 State-Track Quahflers' Mateo Rodrlquez' Y wood, Joe Blanco john Perkins, Larry Cathemer 1 Billy Capell, All-Conference Basketball, Mark Mahoney, All-Conference Basketball, 2nd Team Honorable Mention 80 Students rock out at Sweetheart Dance, Susie LaMar presents her farewell speech. in Students dance to the music of the Hollow Rocke. jew X U., I ITIATIO Freshmen look for lost needle. Freshmen grow impatient as custodians saddle mules. 78 s ,,', Our student council in action. X, M ,L ,,,,,,' ,.N M 1 lm W 'X W5 Y 1 . 'wr . 'xr ' , -M ,Jqifhgzif ...px -,Ari , I M W-wh Freshmen survey their masterpiece. Q Mm MW mi 'mf 'Ea The natives grow restless as the day comes to an end Freshman boys await bus for trip to "F" Mountain. Mr. Celaya and custodians look on as the "F gets painted. FRESH MAN INITIATION Freshman boys make water line to the "F", Student Council members supervise the painting of the "F ,, S' mu! w , ww wi, wwf 1 N311 i Ap, , New EW .. 0. M"E 1 ,UN uw, , W AN A www FW 3 f A www 1 Wu, A Q 1? R N E? Q., D N 'dw X 1 'P 1 Kiwi W4 vo V2 1, QWW 'Was ,FLW ,M ,rw W .P N w ax N. . ww Wllllwlw Sophomores: lst Row: Rita Cartwright, Debbie Garcia, Barbara Henwood, Kathy Kent, Nancy Lippert, Belinda Maria Molina, Andrea Feliz, Vivian McCullough: 2nd Row: Thelether Neal, Patsy Gutierrez, Kim Westfall, Vicki Mc Cullough, Ana Molina, Karen Lunsford, Eva Traylor, Regina Ramirez: 3rd Row: Debbie Valdez, Olivia Deborah Brandfas, Angelina Manjarres, Kara Lewis, Joyce Montgomery, Linda Martinez, Rachel Padilla, Virginia Josie Lake G.A.A. girls prepare for tournament competition. Edith Hindman and Pauline Celaya take a break practice. - 74 Juniors and Seniors: lst Row: Merry Anne Garner, Debbie Myers, April Robinson, Sindy Mohr, Sally Harrell, Pauline Celaya: 2nd Row: Lynnette Padilla, Gloria Villarreal, Barbie Goins, Celia Argel, Celina Argel, Frieda Carrasco, Chris Blanco, Doris McVicker: 3rd Row: Susie LaMar, Lydia Padilla, Dolores Ramirez, Patricia Dawson, Francine Montano, Luci Gomez, Janice Alston, Lupe Ortiz G.A.A. shows ability in volleyball. 73 GAA Adds tn School Spirit The Girls Athletic Association is one of the more popular organiza- tions at Florence Union High School. The G.A.A. develops athletic abili- ty, sportsmanship, and cooperation. Officers: lst Row: Nancy Lippert, Secretary: Merry Anne Garner, President: Deb- by Myers, Vice-President: 2nd Row: Miss Eva Mercado, Sponsor: Debbie Garcia, Treasurer The goal of each girl in G.A.A. is to earn enough points to qualify for a letter sweater. For every sport a member participates in, she receives five points, and for every game she takes part in she receives 10 points. When a girl has earned two hundred points she is entitled to buy a sweater, and with an additional one hundred points she may buya letter. For every two hundred points there after, she receives a gold bar to decorate her sweater. This year, F.U.H.S. was especially they participated in the State Volleyball Semi-finals at Sunnyside High School in Tu- cson. They were defeated by Safford, who went on to win the State Championship. The girls also attended the State Bad- minton Championships at Dysart High School in Glendale, with Janice Alston pla- cing third there. The girls should be commended for the great amount of effort they put forth in con- tributing to Florence Union's fine athletic organization. 9 proud of its G.A.A. girls. On November Freshmen: lst Row: Olivia Ma-rtinez, Martha Garcia, Teresa Siebert, Margaret Ruiz, Cecilia Padilla, Becky Ruiz. 2nd Row: Betty Lou Smith, Bobbie Patton, Jean Slaughter, Olga Cathemer, Mary Jean Granillo, Betty Lopez, Pat Garner. 3rd Row: Sylvia Polk, Betty Huntley, Bernadette Joaquin, Becky Baker, Carolyn Lippert, janet Mingle, Marguerite Villarreal, Cynthia Felix f,-.2 72 ' t CLASS REPRESENTATIVES lst Row: Richard Montamrio, joe Moody: 2nd Row: Eddie Ramirez, Pauline Celaya, Margaret Robertson, Kim Westfall: Not Pictured: Olivia Martinez, Rex Neal BETWEE ST DENT AND FACULTY CLUB REPRESENTATIVES lst Row: Terry Arndt, Alec Ordway, Angelo Joaquin, Cecelia Siebert if WEA., Ray Villa: 2nd Row: Debbie Myers, Robert Blackler, 71 lst Row: Susie LaMar, Secretary: Toby Underwood, Vice-President: Alec Ordway, Treasurer: 2nd Row: Mark Mahoney, President Student Council is the governing organization at FUHS. At the end of each year, an election is held to decide who the following year's officers will be. Those elected to serve the 196 9-70 year were Mark Mahoney, Presidentg Toby Under- wood, Vice-President, Susie LaMar,Secretaryg and Alec Ordway, Treasurer. The officers and representatives met early in September and decided to hold their weekly meetings each Monday afternoon in order to keep abreast in school activities. The Student Council is responsible for planning the annual freshman initiation. They also sponsored various events held during homecoming week. On December 5th and 6th, the Student Council officers attended a convention hosted by East High in Phoenix. The purpose of the convention was to familiarize the schools with each other, and to discuss various activities, problems, and new ideas. They returned to Florence with many new ideas to aid them in making the year an in- teresting one for the Student Body. The Student Council can be proud of their con- tribution to a fine year at FUHS. 70 Adviser: Miss Bernice McNaught Lam. nxuvv, 1. cucr 1 cup, gnu nun. Hwy.-J V..- -..., --.... ...---...., ,.... -.f,,. YM, ,, , J K W 1st Row: Mateo Rodriguez, Robert Blacklerg 2nd Row: Susie LaMar, Deborah Myers ffm M 5 et? w , iw X K. X ,,,, ,S r ' '- 'W EPM' 'ww , , M. , , N mwm,Q.M ,w., AW 1 V ,,4Q.:'ff:w, W ,1,ww+-ww' 1, W A Q X. W! NNNN X ' .1 vw 'X v-'N-W, uw xv, -:Mo ,M ,M ,, , ,. ' wx ,Vw ,QQ M w W Q H wk :Q .1 X,X, W w Salvador Ruiz joe Padilla Maintenance Men Keep Up Our School f. ,- , R,-Q ,A A .y '2 S 'aji ,W 5 x, N. joe Valdez Joe Armas Danny Padilla Teachers' Aids lst Row: Lupe Araujo, Chris Blanco, Carla Ballard: 2nd Row: Karen Flores, Susie LaMar, Davsm Frizzell, Rosie Torres, Frances Sauceda Qi nf Acquire Experience N--.....,L , 03 -o-vi' lst Row: Lynette Angley, Vicki Feliz, rgaret Robertson, Cecelia Siebertg 2nd Row: Danny Clark, Eddie Padilla, Lirmie Kent, Robert Blackler, Angelo Joaquin: 3rd Row: Larry Smith, AprilRobinson, Doris McVicker, jan Hammer, Debby Myers Through Assistance lst Row: Sally Harrell, Beverly Van Haren, Dolores Ramirez, Tomi McCann: 2nd Row: Mark Navarre, Bert Goins, jack Wright: 3rd Row: Bruce Robertson, joe Blanco, Mateo Rodriquez, Pauline Celaya .4-Haifa. , Row: Trisha Dawson, Frieda Carrasco, Dodi Ramirez, Josie Lake, Maria Padilla, April Robinson, Chris Blanco, Ayala, Lynette Angleyg 2nd Row: Belinda Garcia, Kim Westfall, David Silvas, Eddie Padilla, johnny Ramirez, Joaquin, Ana Molina, Maria Molina, Rachel Padilla: 3rd Row: Francine Montano, Kara Lewis, Toby Underwood, Felix, Dorothy Joaquin, Jan Baker, Barbara Henwood, Nancy Lippertg 4th Row: Frank Celaya, Andy Jimenez, Robert joe Moody, George Cantu By Acquainting Its Members With Mexican 'Culture Members debate over club issue. Spanish Club officers in a meeting. 65 J' K l i i Now in its ninth year of existence Spanish Club is one of the largest andm popular organizations at Florence Un High School. This group is open to all s dents who are taking or have taken Span in the past. They held their first meetin Friday, September 5th, at which time following officers were elected: Te Arndt, presidentg Lydia Padilla, secreta and Leslie Ann Wakefield, treasurer. Borquez is again the sponsor this year. Among the many activities planned the forthcoming year is a Christmas pa in which the highlight of the evening will the breaking of a pinata. Also planned Mr. Borquez and the Spanish Club is a t to Nogales to see a bull fight, but the ti for these activities have not yet been deci upon by the members. lst Row: Leslie Arm Wakefield, Treasurer: Terry Arndt, President: Lydia Padilla, Secretary. 2nd Row: Mr. Borquez, Adviser: Andy Jimenez, Vice -President Spanish Club Eliminates Language Barrier lst Row: Peter Feliz, julia King, Marcella Wolven, Lupe Ortiz, Mercedes Wolven, Tomi McCann, Teresa Argel, Sylvia Argel. 2nd Row: Sindy Mohr, Mark Mahoney, Cort Cooper, Bob Whitworth, joe Ortiz, Eddie Ramirez, joe Blanco, john Encinas. 3rd Row: Linda Martinez, Leslie Ann Wakefield, Becky Garcia, Clifford Smith, Luci Gomez, Louie Lizarraga, Pauline Celaya, Terry Arndt, Louie Martinez 64 XL -'r:?-3 lst Row: Yolanda Romero, Mary jean Granillo, Esther Lopez, Lori Rodriquez: 2nd Row: Peggy Telling, Bridgett Bodson, Bernadette Joaquin, Martha Garcia, Betty Lopez, Frances Pablo, Olivia Martinez, Pat Garner: 3rd Row: Brenda Bussey, Deborah Crawford, Peggie Hendrickson, Teresa Siebert, Becky Ruiz, Carolyn Lippert, Jean Slaugh- ter, Debbie Hendrickson, Abbie Hendrickson, janet Mingle, Becky Baker, Mar Members for the Future FHA gives a Christmas tea for parents 63 , Y, -,, - xi' --m...-..ma lst Row: Barbara Rieffer, Deborah Valdez, Andrea Feliz, Kim Westfall, Sylvia Sauceda, Alma Ayala, Paula Lary: 2nd Row: Rita Wooten, Louanna McKinney, Bobbie Patton, Karen Lunsford, Kara Lewis, Belinda Garcia, Barbara Henwood, Kathy Kent, Patsy Padilla, Josephine Lake, Maria Molina Future Homemakers Prepares i' ww rqarmwwwddpn 4- ,X 1 i w fi ,W mv-iw 'L ' x 'ln X' 1 , X W" nn. ini' - , ' N! 'X 1 N " W, , , ,fm yi, , iw, X ' 62 M N ,M ,i,--- Amr .- M A, 'Y-Timm., me . ' 'L 1. ,., xi , an if 3, lr , fw , or M -"ww: Future Homemakers at work in the kitchen -:sf 3,6 Lai 4 lst Row: Marcella Wolven, Parliamentariang Leslie Ann Wakefield, Treasurer: Mercedes Wolven, Vice-President: Debby Myers, President: Dorothy Joaquin, Reporter-Historian: Diane McAfee, Secretary: Mrs. Pence: Sponsor The F.H.A. was organized for those girls interested in the various fields of home economics. The club meetings give these girls a chance to share their ideas and learn techniques they might otherwise miss. Early in the year, the F.H.A. sponsored a welcoming party for the freshmen. In November many of the girls attended the district meeting in Eloy. On December 17, the girls met with the Coolidge Chapter at the Children's Colony, where they sang Christmas carols and distributed toys and refreshments among the children. These few activities are indicative of the many worthwhile projects. ,WW , V M W W , all to Y W M nyc, st Row Dolores Ramirez Lynnette Angley Sylvia Argel Karen King Sally Harrell, Margaret Robertson Lupe Lopez' 1 2 I I I I , , 2nd Row: Luci Gomez, Doris McVicker, Cecelia Siebert, Pauline Celaya, Lynnette Padilla, Lydia Padilla, Merry Ann Garner, Celina Argel, Frieda Carrasco, Rosie Torres, Janet Baker, Celia Argel xi W t w 1st Row: joe Blanco, Mark Mahoney, Eddie Ramirez, Cort Cooper: 2nd Row: Frank Celaya, Alec Ordway, Toby Underwood, Robert Blackler Varsity football captains receiving State Championship trophy. President Robert Blackler presides over Lette:-men's Club meeting. 60 i Funds W do for ' new Planned "o ' Sponsors: Front: Mr. Quaing,' Mr. Harris, Mr. Turner: Back: Mr. Borquez, Mr. Adams Mr. Servies iq, . nl" d1sp1ay actxve mterest m their meetmg. at 'W 1, .,v+?:,?v t+t r xiAf W, ,. r eg?-,x"a'IfL,5w,: J fm- X . ' Industrious -Hr' ...av Lettermen -'ff N' Projects That ,mwkiyiktttt X Xa X , 'K 'K' Angelo Joaquin, Vice-President: Robert Blackler, President: Eddie Ramirez, Sergw At-Arms: Eddie Padilla, Secretary-Treasurer , U1 Yi,,sw,at,,,,,,,.,M,,i:o, 1 ,. L, 1 wx SQ fi lst Row: David Silvas, johnny Ramirez, Terry Arndt, Larry Cooper: 2nd Row: Bruce Lloyd, Joe Moody, Henry Rodriquez, Mateo Rodriquez, Rusty Freeman: 3rd Row: Robert Ruiz, Clifford Smith, Robert Romero, Edmundo Manjarres 58 .....---, ,,-...--,-.,-.-- -,, ..-, 7 slow student. Ray Villa assists 8th grader with Science. Future Teachers Gain Experience First I-land jeff Borree passes back spelling papers t 7th graders. lst Row: Eddie Padilla, Treasurer: Robert Blackler, Vice- President. 2nd Row: Mrs. Faulkner, Adviser: Janice Alston, Secretary: Angelo Joaquin, Sergeant- at- Arms, Pauline Celaya, President The Future Teachers of America was started in 1937 as a project of the National Education Association. In over 30 years the FTA has grown until today there are over 250,000 members in 6,500 chapters. This year under the guidance of Mrs. Faulkner it was brought to our school to help promote the program in the interest of improving education and helping young adults consider a career in education. This year the FTA set their initiation, elected their officers, and took a field trip to the Children's Colony. Their officers were capable and with the help of their ad- viser got the FTA off to agood start. FUHS welcomes the Future Teachers of America. F.T.A. - A New Club with an 0ld Purpose Wi 'rx al, ' .sg 'N 5,6 N483 lst Row: Deborah Crawford, Peggy Telling, Micaela Rieffer, janet Mingle, Sally Molina: 2nd Row: Sindy Mohr, Peter Feliz, Mercedes Wolven, Sylvia Argel, Luci Gomez, Lynette Angley, Peggy Hendrickson, Doris McVicker 56 'I lst Row: Barbie Goins, Eva Traylor, Charlotte Rice, Cynthia Felix, Bobbie Patton, Valarie Holt, Cecelia Padilla, Bobby Wilson: 2nd Row: Louanna McKinney, Sylvia Polk, jean Slaughter, Thelether Neal, Jean Calloway, Rita Wooten, Rita-Cart- wright, Linda Garcia: 3rd Row: George Myers, Danny Reyes, Don Nowlin, Charles Anderson, Chester Cartwright, Terry Cartwright . HIGI-ILIGHT Cl-l0RUS'S BUSY YE R , ,,w,xg,i1,, mit Chorus performs at Christmas time. A 55 lst Row: Yolanda Romero, Lupe Ortiz, Kathy Kent, Jan Hammer, Carla Ballard, Frieda Carrasco, Andrea Feliz: 2nd Row: Betty Smith, Betty Huntley, Patsy Cherry, Naomi Mathis, Alice Adrian, Cecelia Siebert, Peggy Telling, Mary Lou Smith, Vangie Mariscal, Ardis Adrian, Olga Cathemer: 3rd Row: Andy Jimenez, Steve Reyes, Mark Navarre, Robert Ruiz, Jeff Borree, john Encinas CHRISTMAS AND SPRI G C0 CBR i awww' Chorus performing for P.T.A. lst Row: Andrea Feliz, Sindy Mohr: 2nd Row: Olga Cathemer, Kathy Kent, Lynnette Padilla 54 HTF? This year's chorus elected as their offi- cers Mark Navarre, President, Robert Ruiz, Vice-President, Joe Blanco, Secre- taryg and Jeff Borree, Treasurer. Mr. Frenck DeGrazia directed the chorus and Andrea Feliz, Sindy Mohr, Olga Cathemer, Kathy Kent and Lynnette Padilla served as this year's accompanists. The chorus followed a busy schedule this year. They sang for the P.T.A, onDecember 8, the Woman's Club on December 11, and at the Christmas School Assembly on De- cember 19. They sang also for the Spring Concert held each year and ended their year with their last performance at the Senior Commencement excercises. Whatever they did, the excellence of their performance made them acredit to the school. lst Row: Robert Ruiz, Vice -President: Mark Navarre, I President. 2nd Row: joe Blanco, Secretary: Mr. De- U Grazia, Adviser: Jeff Borree, Treasurer ' Kfyf' U 'N , Happy Voices Blend Freely at tilt . wg A www? , it , sap. Wx X , F X? 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'Q' - Front: Eddie Ortega, Manager: Richard Mon- ta'no, Treasurer: Back: Kenny Coil, Vice-Pres- ident: Linda Calvert, Secretary: Louie Lizar- raga, President The band plays one of the most impor- tant roles in the schoo1's activities. Besides their classroom hours, many evenings of practice are used in preparing suchpresen- tations as the football halftime shows, pep rallies, and providing music to please the crowds during FUHS games. Mr. DeGrazia, Director This year has been one of the busiest for the band since their organization in 1925. Among its many activities this year, were attending Band Day at the Arizona State Fair on October 5, playing at the Christmas Concert, and performing at the commence- ment exercises at the end ofthe year. w-fs, I 17 5 Y . 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"' , .X,.Q, i" 'fl l hff m ' ' ' as -H,.,Xf++-mix. 4"'Ei"' 'AD' fy , X - uid ' , 19 , ,,, 539, , H . l " ' ,A t ,K ' ' W M N, w P ' , ,' .':', , I I "' Q X , 'f-' N x" , S ' Jim , .'x, x V fffh Maw 'taimm L55 'ww 3 llfflgj-?1?Ji:'7"t'3"S++ my ' ir-ali' X., Y 'fix' ' sf - ' i x " - - X 3' a X l -X l 'f i X Wd W 5 M Xia ' l ' W e WJ' A f ,y qw' A' , Xm ' l' X mf .Xf V, l lst Row: Martha Garcia, Linda Calvert, Janice Alston, Richard Montaiio, David Celaya, Lori Rodriquez: 2nd Row: Alma Ayala, Suzanne Smith, Barbara Rieffer, Micaela Rieffer, Debbie Crawford, Christina Cabrera: 3rd Row: Stella Crawford, Debbie Hendrickson, Abbie Hendrickson, Peggie Hendrickson, Gloria Villarreal 50 Students show enthusiasm at Pep Assembly. 1st Row: Olivia Martinez, Peggy Telling, Brenda Bussey, Peggy Villarreal, Yolanda Romero, Ester Lopez, Sylvia Polk, Chris Cabrera, Terry Siebert, Pat Garner: 2nd Row: Olga Cathemer, Carolyn Lippert, Rita Padilla, Bernadette Joaquin, Margaret Ruiz, Mary jean Granillo, Martha Garcia, Lori Rodriquez, Becky Ruiz, Becky Baker: 3rd Row: George Myers, Dennis McAfee, jim'Busby, Betty Lopez, Cynthia Felix, David Encinas, Charles Ruiz, Tony Jimenez, Rusty Ortiz, Steve Gutierrez, Joe Ortiz: 4th Row: Guy Hatch, Gilbert Ortiz, john jauregui, Larry Gutierrez The calm before the storm 'I '- QV V K 49 ..-zzz S' ' QL if? i v ,gf it li V ,ra Enthusiasm runs high during football season. lst Row: Steve Acuna, Charles Flores, Wayne Neely, Richard Montano, Eddie Ortega, George Ortiz, Geary Diaz, Ben Rodriquez, Danny Felix, John Coomer: 2nd Row: Charles Anderson, Mario Molina, Richard Smith, Debbie Valdez, Linda Martinez, Angelina Manjarres, Patsy Padilla, Josie Lake, Pat Granillo, Joe Argel: 3rd Row: Rita Cartwright, Barbara Rieffer, Debbie Garcia, Sandy Feliz, Kim Westfall, Kara Lewis, Belinda Garcia, Jerry Sullivan, Mitch Vil- larreal, Patsy Gutierrez, Dorothy Joaquin, Alma Ayala: 4th Row: Chris Everson, Pat Henry, Vangie Mariscal, Karen Lunsford, Vivian McCullough, Kathy Kent, Barbara Henwood, Nancy Lippert, Ana Molina, Virginia Wolven, Rachel Padilla, Olivia Lizarraga, Joyce Elliot Ardent fans cheer Gophers 48 EJ "' Y,n!"', Q , t ax 1 f,rLa"" W N w, " ' , A' W'lM'fM'l W ,fri ,twm ' 1 1 l' , , ' will , -X , i' will Nl , Wikia X 'X .N ,L-1, ' A , w N N -i - it tw A N f x lst Row: Dodi Ramirez, Cecilia Siebert, Marcella Wolven, Diane McAfee, Julia King: 2nd Row: Lynette Padilla, Maria Padilla, Lydia Padilla, Bert Goins, Linnie Kent, jack Wright, Larry Cooper: 3rd Row: Rusty Freeman, Louie Martinez, Joe Moody, johnny Ramirez, Eddie Padilla, Lupe Ortiz m l"' VM M, 'Ref lst Row: Freida Carrasco, Celia Argel, Celina Argel, Barbara Goins: 2nd Row: Becky Garcia, Leslie Ann Wakefield, Sindy Mohr, Lynette Angley, Cort Cooper, Robert Blackler: 3rd Row: Bruce Lloyd, David Feliz, Joe Ortiz, Delmar, Holland, Henry Rodriguez, Angelo Joaquin 47 R , fi Pep Club Provides Enthusiastic OFFICERS: Debby Myers, Secretary: Mark Mahoney, Treasurer: Lydia Padilla President: Alec Ordway, Vice-President lor Gridders and Roundballers lst Row: Karen King, Susie LaMar, Tomi McCann, Teresa Argel, Margaret Robertson, Jan Baker Gloria Villarreal, Jeff Borreeg 2nd Row: April Robinson, joe Feliz, Beverly Vanl-laren, Bruce Arndt, David Silvas, Robert Ruiz, Billy Capell, Clifford Smith: 3rd Row: Eva Traylor, Thelether Neal, Peter Feliz, Stan Molina, Bruce Lloyd, Trisha Dawson, Francine Montaiio, Frank Celaya, Robert Romero 5"-ix likxg, CAPTAIN: Debbie Myers: CO-CAP- TAIN: Merry Anne Garner ff J Center Row: Jan Hammer, Kim Westfall, Maria Molina: Outside Row: Vangie IgeLi:i,scal,,Mv9rIrLy Anne Garner, Ana Molina, jan Baker, Rachel Padilla,i,, aridi Friz2ell,'3Sindy Mohr, Doris McVicker, Debby Myers 'lf-'Lf-'x.5J-J ' .. .,-- ,. Pompon Girls Set High Pace for CHEERLEADERS: The cheerleaders were largely re- sponsible for the enthusiastic spirit that was so evident during the football and basketball seasons. They did an ex- cellent job during games and at pep assemblies, leading the student body in enthusiastic cheers. Last spring the cheerleaders were selected by the student body. They were required to learn an existing cheer and to create one of their own, which they exhibited before the assembly. During the summer the Varsity and J .V. cheerleaders attended a convention at Eastern Arizona College in That- cher to gain experience and poise in leading cheers. This fall both the Varsity and the J .V.'s held various money- making activities to raise money for the purchase of out- fits and decoration materials. But perhaps the most re- warding activity of the year was leading cheers as their Gopher Spirit football team took the State Championship. POMPON GIRLS: For the first time at FUHS, the Pom- pon girls were selected by the student body. In the past, the girls were selected byapanel of judges composed of faculty members. The Pompon hopefuls were allowed two weeks to learn routines. They then perform- ed before the entire student body at a special assembly held in the gym. The next day, ballots were distributed and the students chose the twelve Pompon girls they felt had performed the best. After be- ing chosen the twelve girls must keep a grade average of at least 3.0. The girls stayed active throughout the smnmer. They attended the 2nd Annual Pom- pon Camp held- in Thatcher, Arizona. They also held a bake sale to gain the money neces- sary to purchase their uni- forms. But like the cheerleaders, the highlight of the season was their performance in the State Football contest. 45 lst Row: Sally Harrell: 2nd Row: Beverly Van Haren, Susie LaMar, Captain: Lydia Padilla Cheerleaders Spur School Spirit lst Row: Sandy Feliz, Captain: 2nd Row: Olivia Lizarraga, Angelina Manjarres, Dawn Frizzell 'TFA Greenhand Slave Sale A FFA members practice parliamentary procedure . 1 lst Row: Larry Smith, Arthur Molina, johnny Ramirez, Danny Clark: 2nd Row: Henry Rodriquez, Nick Villanueva, Bert Goins, Raymond Villa, Eddie Manjarres: 3rd Row: David Felix, Linnie Kent, Joe Felix,jere1 McNei1,jack Wright, Curtis Neal, Louie Martinez, joe Jimenez 113 lst Row: Andy Jimenez, Gene Kartchner, Benny Rodriquez, Danny Felix, james Williams, Alec Ordway: 2nd Row: Bobby Padilla, Chester Cartwright, Michael Lopez, David Celaya, Pat Granillo, Chris Everson, Ernest Ca stro: 3rd Row: Richard Smith, jack Moore, jerry Sullivan, Delmar Holland, Mario Molina, Tom Lease, Danny Reyes ww J Ag. 1 students receive seeds for planting. Linnie Kent prepares tractor for farm work, 42 44...- A N M! Zrfqia A lst Row: Steve Acuna, Steven Wells, Manual Palma, Billy Brackett, Daniel Villanueva, Brad Hatch, Charles Flores 2nd Row: Marlon Duer, Gary Moore, Tony Jimenez, joseph Ortiz, Harold Hosick, john Celayag 3rd Row: John Adrian Michael Myers, Robert Siebert, Charles Anderson, Dennis McAfee, Steven Gutierrez, jr., Tim Horlacher ln Vocation by Practice Greenhands: Bill Baker, Rueben Daniels, Fred Padilla . , N Y.- lst Row: Steven Gutierrez, joe Ortiz, Tony Jimenez, Gary Moore: 2nd Row: Raymond Villa, Jerel McNeil, Susan LaMar, Chapter Sweetheart, David Felix, joe Jimenez: 3rd Row: Mike Myers, Alec Ordway, Robert Sotomayer, Adviser, David Celaya, Tim I-lorlacher , uv" if , 11.55. J -v. 5 .rr ...- A I il ' ' ' it ll, ,nw w, i,,i..iw M it " l .' W Ji 3 i K ,ati if .- , . " i MQ Mai? .il 4'flg,,V .- ig. is .1 ' if "' Sweetheart Candidates Lynette Padilla, Dawn Frizzellg Sweetheart, Angelina Manjarres 40 Future Farmers 'Gain Skil The FFA not only aids in developing th much-needed agriculturists of the future but teaches leadership and responsibilityt its members. This year the FFA kept a very bus schedule. On September 5, they attende the District meeting where Raymond Vill was elected District Reporter. Joey Jimen ez and Jerel McNeil attended the Nationa Convention in Kansas City on October 13 17. Several members attended the Nationa Livestock Show and the boys also partici pated in several local field days. The boys always look forward to th crowning of their new Sweetheart. On Janu ary 30, they held the Sweetheart Ball wher Angelina Manjarres was crowned. During the spring the judging team, con sisting of Danny Clark, Raymond Villa, Joe Jimenez, and Jerel McNeil, was very activ at a district judging field day at Central Ari zona College and they attended two stat field days at U of A and ASU. The year's activities finally terminate with the annual FFA Parent and Son Banque held at the end of the year. Membership to the Library Gophers is limited to students enrolled in Library Aides. Members work in the library dur- ing school hours and after school,main- taining the library facilities for the stu- dent body. ' The Library Gophers meet on the first Friday of every month to discuss their immediate plans. The club's main activities are field trips to larger librar- ies to learn new ideas and techniques which they can put to use when they re- turn. Recently they have traveled to Tu- cson to visit the Tucson Central Public Library and Ted DeGrazia's Gallery in the Sun. The1Library Gophers serve in keep- ing our library in fine condition and in satisfying those who have interests in the Library Field. lst Row: Carla Ballard, President: Rosie Torres, Treasurer: 2nd Row: Cecelia Siebert, Vi ce-President: Miss Turner, Advi- ser Library Gophers Gain Valuable Training lst Row: Lupe Araujo, Helen Smith, Frieda Carrasco, Patsy Reyes, Frances Sauceda, Mary Helen Mariscal, Gloria Villar- real, Barbie Goins: 2nd Row: john Encinas, joe Ortiz, john Ramirez, Danny Clark, john Perkins, jack Wright, Linnie Kent, Chester Cartwright, Karen Flores, Dawn Frizzell, Luci Gomez ' 39 It lst Row: Pauline Celaya, Doris McVicker, Susie LaMar, Teresa Argelg 2nd Row: julia King, Cort Cooper, Mark Mahoney,Terry Arndt, Mar- cella Wolven I l NmoNAL Ho on socurrv No honor conferred by th school excels that of membershi in the National Honor Society. Thi society looks upon education as total product measured by the fou dimensions of life: character leadership, scholarship, and ser Vice. Selelction Was An Honor 1st Row: Lynette Angley, Secretary: Miss McNaught, Adviserr 2nd Row: Terry Arndt, Vice-President: Mark Mahoney, President: Cort Cooper, Treasurer 38 4 lst Row: Leslie Ann Wakefield, Maria Padilla, Sindy Mohr, jan Baker: 2nd Row: Janice Alston, Bruce Lloyd, Sylvia Argel, Alec Ordway, jerel McNeil At the end of each year alist of juniors and seniors having a 2.0 or better grade average is presented to the faculty, who evaluate these students on the qualities of the four dimensions mentioned above. From this list the top five per cent of the juniors and ten per cent of the seniors are taken in as new members. This year the N.H.S. consists of eight juniors and eleven seniors. DRGANIZATID S 1 Peter Reyes Michaela Reiffer Abel Rodriguez Lori Rodriquez Yolanda Romero Charles Ruiz Larry Ruiz Margaret Ruiz Rebecca Ruiz Robert Siebert Teresa Siebert jean Slaughter Barbara Smith Peggy Telling Mitchell Timpy David Troutman 9 c. Daniel Villanueva ,,. Marguerite Villarreal Steven Wells Robert Wilson Rita Wooten ,yffvn A W fs'- I f 1 F ,jf lr it , , .Wi ,. w ,- mx v 1 fw- -vy ai il -Nw' Y- M' - 'L-an 11' ... ,.. ,M -ll qi, 1' 5- ' , ia-Mi ss ' I' if 4""',Y'?l A W ' HN- V4.1 f . -1 fx at 1 , fn f 0 T ,Af , in o I um R ,ji J ? 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HX fm H ,HQ fu 472 rFT"'m.T W " 1 1 . ,r 1, 471 , is i f SPONSORS: Robert Sotomayer, jack Hamilton, Marion Crough, David Pinegar CQ ,iii 'Q M W 1 V ' i up i y, ft Q N H if it 1 -g gray' -3 ffp, ' iff' www A ,wg-M, 2 - t- 5 -1 f " 1 ff , X 'V i 1 w AH ,1 ,,,. 1 . P Wx. ,, fe :at F 7? J .5 Christina Cabrera Peggy Caffall Terry Cartwright Olga Cathemer john Celaya Bob Cox Deborah Crawford Rueben Daniels Marlon Duer David Encinas Rennie Eversole Cynthia Felix ,D P5 l CL El ... Q OFFICERS: Tony jiminez, President: Carolyn Lipper Treasurer The Freshman class entered FUHS a little dazed as usual in spite of their previous visit on campus during Step- up Day of May. In addition to a new faculty and facilities, they were con- fronted with a floating fifth period and seventy-minute classes. On September 11, the freshmen were formally initiated as students of Flor- ence Union High School by the Student Council. The boys were taken to UF" mountain for the traditional whitewash- 'SX t, Secretary: Rusty Ortiz, Vice-President: Becky Baker, ing ceremony. The girls set up and decorated the auditorium for the annual Freshman Handshake Dance. In preparation for the 1972 junior- Senior Prom, which they will sponsor, the freshmen sold tickets at fifty cents each for the raffle of a transistor radio. Their entry in the Homecoming Parade was awarded second prize. The freshmen are well on their way to making a success of their high school years. John Adrian Michael Alston Rebecca Baker Bill Baker Bridgett Bodson Billy Brackett james Busby Brenda Bussey 4 W H r ,ww , vw W., ,INK 'Rm Aw! 1 'WA F 1 AEI N af" wa George Ortiz David Padilla Patricia Padilla Rachel Padilla Robert Padilla Regina Ramirez Barbara Ramon Danny Reyes Barbara Rieffer Benny Rodriquez Rudy Ruiz Sylvia Sauceda Mark Savory john Sellers Richard Smith Suzanne Smith Jerry Sullivan Eva Lavern Traylor Deborah Valdez Gloria Villanueva Mitch Villarreal David Wakefield john Wells Nancy Kim Westfall james Williams Robert Lee Williams Virginia Wolven Kathy Kent Josephine Lake Paula Lary Thomas Lease Kara Lewis Nancy Lippert Olivia Lizarraga Linda Lopez Mike Lopez Karen Lunsford Angelina Manjarres Edmundo Manjarres Evangeline Mariscal Linda Martinez Wanda Mills Ana Molina Maria Molina Mario Molina Richard Montano Joyce Montgomery Deborah Moore Florence Moreno Vicki Mc Cullough Vivian McCullough Thelether Neal Richard Wayne Neely William Nix Edward Ortega '-f Liv ' K X - 4 ., ,ig at -wx 11" l J. xi ,Wm i s ll' ' N N , f, L in ll H H" fl w X ,,,,... ml will Mm WEE, ll Mi XM Af' 'Fl fn' -.L v lik- ,Xi -,f", 'cz'-9 aws- UC! Ji? 'N 5 'Y' If, 1 Kathy Dillon Verlin Dean Duckett Michael Reid Ellsworth Manuel Arthur Encinas Robert Espinosa Christopher Everson Daniel Felix john Felix Andrea Feliz Sandra Feliz Charles Flores Raymond Walter Frazee Dawn Frizzell Belinda Garcia Deborah Garcia Linda Garcia Edward Gomez Patrick Granillo Patricia Gutierrez Patrick Henry Barbara Henwood Martha Hernandez jimmy Herndon Edith Hindman Dorothy Joaquin Rebecca johnson Marvin juan Gene Kartchner Mm. , 4'H"': Q A, H ww 1 ,w l ,, NNN" Y Y 'M 1 1. ff' y " in I 1 SPONSORS: johnny Borquez, Wayland Harris, Melvin Gardner, Miss Annie Laurie Turner Bruce Bodson Deborah Brandfas Maria Cabrera Wanda Calvert Rita Cartwright Ernest Castro john Coomer Brent Cooper Ray Cowsert Stella Crawford David Daniel Geary Diaz W, .1 ,J o'U Ml! FW , Y 1 1 an EE 11W na N' 4 X a ww- 1 '5 ff, ii ...i ' ,- W Wh- Jlliiq., ., aw. wu, OFFICERS: Patsy Padilla, Secretary: jamie Angley, Vice-President: Nancy Lippert, Treasurer Not shown: Wayne Neely, President sornomonns Ani sr To scnool. urn wmu: The Sophomores have now adjusted to an increasingly difficult curriculum and are proved able to assume the responsibilities of leadership as upperclassmen. Last year, the members of the future Sophomore class had time to contemplate their choice of candidates for class officers. The results of the election were as follows: Wayne Neely, Presidentg James Angley, Vice-Presidentg Patsy Padilla, Secretaryg and Nancy Lippert, Treasurer. The first event of the current year was to construct a float in the parade sponsored by the Student Council at Homecoming. Their efforts resulted in a lst place prize of 325. They have also sponsored an after- game dance. A The funds raised from these various activities should provide a sound financial foundation for future years. Steve Acuna Alice Adrian Reyes Alvarado Charles Anderson X X NX F l N9 , P, s . W Q 3 xx H1 y l i 'Ki X i A 1 X M, , . .wx A N N lx wi X fi' VV ,di 955' 2, y as ,I T y my N, 1 D james Angley Joseph Argel Alma Ayala Lynn Baldwin 27 v Aa ' dl V S w 466' -1. a 5 X in ,M i .qw X W, l 5 v " Fw! A ' X X.. I C W l X Henry Molina Dolores Ramirez Dale Rebberg ' Xllfll . X A. ,yu ' ll ' f 'X MXX , ,WM X' l X 'I fl' . XX,-X , sf X ,X W .X N NXXXXXXX X , i i ,X X ll XX X ll i X NXX X A i W l W X' Xyl in XX ,, X X if XWN at nl i l K ww' X X will XQXXXXXX i X Xi Wm im, www W X W X ESE ,if A xi '1' i' PM Xi ti 'R Xlllylll ' flu ' wail 'M XC' .X., M WAX XX"fX' l . W A, Wi 'WX XX Y ' vX X,XiXX 4 X, X. U w Lytle Rieffer Bruce Robertson Margaret Robertson Henry Rodriguez Robert Romero Robert Ruiz Salvador Ruiz David Silvas Clifford Smith Mary Lou Smith Raymond Villa Alfred Villanueva Gloria Villarreal Marsha Wahlman Michael Wainscott Marcella Ann Wolven joe Jimenez Julia King Karen King Susie LaMar Margaret Lewis Arthur Macias Louie Martinez Arthur Molina Francine Montafio joe Moody jack Moore Patricia McAfee Tomi McCann Catherine Mc Cloud jerel Mc Neil Curtis Neal Lupe Ortiz Lydia Padilla Lynnette Padilla Maria Padilla ' 4 Mfr I 1 2 if il K w IT If' My x if 91" Ag KM w' i'-- -ur W, Wi, .Ill fit, 25 My nw Auli A 33 r, H3 '-Hu-, ff' Ili 11: i 1 ,awww ',.-nu. 'Q I , Q a P f 'Zi 4. 5 ' 4 E I w if I M! X in N, all if P lv l l t l U l JM Wil. W W W W H 1, l wx I'-"H ly ' i ' ,. i fx M ,,,! J V ,M M ' im-, mg yyii l J NJ All l l ' tllliazlafth l 5 24 Frank Celaya Patricia Cherry Kenneth Coil David Cole Margaret Daniels Patricia Dawson David Felix joseph Felix Peter Feliz Victoria Feliz Candi Frizzell Kerry Garner john Gates Barbara Goins Philip Gomez Janice Hammer Debra Hatch Edward Herndon Delmar Holland Andy Jimenez , f ': 41, gif 1.. .mga Ardis Adrian David Alvarado Y Nh ,fe Ti I , 'w L V in -up Celia Argel Celina Argel Teresa Argel .-ea ff CQ I , 1: ,ff x X X, 1, N S Terry Arndt A janet Baker Carla Ballard Janice Beasley Christina Blanco J eff Borree Arthur Cabrera Linda Calvert Billy Capell E lfrieda Carrasco Chester Cartwright David Celaya IUNIDRS PREPARE FOR LEADERSHIP OFFICERS: PatriciaDawson, Secretary: Lynnette Padilla, Vice-President: jan Baker,Treasurerg Maria Padilla, President The Junior year in high school has al- ways been the most exciting and busiest year. Most of the work done and funds raised must be placed in the annual Junior- Senior prom in order that the dream of a successful one come true. Plans have been made to hold the prom at Central Arizona Junior College for a change of setting. To finance the prom, various projects have been undertaken. Their major source of income has been the concession stand which they have had during the football and basketball season. Also, they've hadacom- edy show and a float. ADVISERS: Miss Mercado, Mr. Servies, Mrs. Barteau Not present for picture: Mrs. Pence 22 LESLIE WAKEFIELD junior Class Treasurer: Senior Class Treasurer: National Honor Society 3, 43 FHA 1, Vice-President 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Annual Staff 4 BOB WI-IITWORTI-I Transfer Student 4: Spanish C1ub,4 BONITA WILSON FHA 2, 3: Library Gophers 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4 MERCEDES WOLVEN FTA 4: FHA 1, Treasurer 2, 3, Vice- President 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Student Council 4 JACK WRIGHT Band 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 41 Pep Club4 FRANCES SAUCEDA Library Gophers 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Chorus 1, 3: Library Gopher Award 4 CECELIA SIEBERT GAA 13 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: LibraryGophers Vice-President 49 Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Student Council 43 Chorus 3, 4 I HELEN SMITH Library Gophers 43 Chorus 4 LARRY SMITH FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Science Club 45 Thespians 1 TOBY UNDERWOOD Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 4, A1lConfer- ence Baseball 33 All Conference Foot- ball 4g Honorable Mention AllState Foot- ball 3: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Vice-President 3, 4: FFA lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science C1ub4: Spa- nish Club 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY VAN HAREN Annual Staff 3: GAA 1, 2,3:Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,43 Thespians lg Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 iawdlsw Mu- W-Tl In . l l l PATRICIA REYES FI-IA 1: Library Gophers 1, 4: Chorus 3, 4 STEVE REYES Basketball 4: Track 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES RIEFFER APRIL ROBINSON GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4:Spanish Club 3, 4: Chorus 1 I MATEO RODRIGUEZ Baseball 1: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4 KERRY RODRIQUEZ Baseball 1, 2, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 4: LibraryGo- phers 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4:Thespians 3 ALEC ORDWAY Transfer Student 3: Basketball3, 4: Let- termen's Club 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council: FFA 3, President 4: Pep Club 3, 4 JOE ORTIZ Basketball 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:Track 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus l EDDIE PADILLA Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3,4: Let- termen's Club 3, Treasurer 4: FFA 1, 2: FTA Treasurer 4: Gopher Staff 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN PERKINS Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA 1, 2: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 45 Chorus 3 EDDIE RAMIREZ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 4: Letterrnen's Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Representative: Student Council 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Homecoming King 4 JOHNNY RAMIREZ Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: FFA 4: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: All Conference Football 4 Wifi? 0'-S ' vw' I ROSEMARY MORENDO Chorus 2, 3, 4 JOSE PH MORENO Football 2 DEBORAH MYERS GAA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Pom Pon 3, Captain 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Secretary: FHA 3, President 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4: Chorus 1, 43 Annual Staff 4: Homecoming Queen 4 DORIS MCVICKER GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Pom Pon4: FTA 4: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4 MARK NAVARRE Baseball 3, 43 Football 1, 2: Lettermen's Club 3: Library Gophers 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4 DON NOWLIN Basketball 1: Football Manager 1: Li- brary Gophers Treasurer 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 LUPE LOPEZ FHA 3, 4: Library Gophers 2:Majorette 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club3 MARK MAHONEY Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2,3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: AllConference Foot- ball: All State Honorable Mention Foot- ball 3: Golf 2, 3: FreshmanClass Presi- dent: Sophomore Class President: Stu- dent Council Treasurer 3, President 4: Delegate to Boy's State: FFA 1, 2: Let- termen's Club 2, President 3, 4:Nation- al Honor Society Vice-President 3, President 4: Pep Club l, 2, Vice Presl- filent 3, Treasurer 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, EDDIE MANJARRES Football 1: Track 2, 4: FFA 1, 2, 4: Band 3: Library Gophers 3 MARY HELEN MARISCAL Library Gophers l, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3 SANDRA MOI-IR GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pom Pon 2, 3, 4: Termis l, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Class Secretary: Sophomore Class Representative: Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 2: FTA 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 STAN MOLINA Football l, 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Track l, 2: Spanish Club 3: Annual Staff 4 ANGELO JOAQUIN Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Sopho- more Class Vice-President: Senior Class President: Student Council 1, 3, 4: FTA 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4:SpanishClub 2, Vice-President 3, 4: Annual Staff 4 JEFF JONES Transfer Student 3 LINNIE KENT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LJOUIE LIZARRAGA Basketball Manager 1: Football Manager 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GREGORY LEWIS Football 2, 3, 4 BRUCE LLOYD Football 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter- men's Club 4: Band 1: National Honor Society 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club3: Thespians 1 15 LAURIE GARCIA GAA 1, 2, 4: Tennis 2: Library Gophers 3, Secretary 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 MERRY ANNE GARNER GAA 1, 2, 3, President 4: Tennis 1,2, 3: Cheerleader 23 Pom Pon 3, Co-Captain4: Freshman Class Treasurer: Junior Class Vice-President: FHA Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 BERT GOINS Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1 LUCI GOMEZ GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1: FTA 43 FHA 3, 4, Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 1, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 SALLY HARRELL GAA l, 2, 3, 4: GAA OutstandingFresh- man: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 4: Pom Pon 3: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 PATSY HENRY Cheerleader 2: Freshman Class Repre- sentative: Sophomore Class Secretary: Pep Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 1: Student Council 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3 1, wr 'uw...,w '1" LARRY COOPER Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Foot- ball l, 2: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: All Conference Baseball 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN CRAWFORD Band 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHNNY ENCINAS Football 1: Track 1, 3, 4: Pep Clubl, 4: Spanish Club 4: Chorus 1, 3, 4: Library Gophers 4 KAREN FLORES FTA 4: Library Gophers 1, 2, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4 RUSTY FREEMAN Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4: FFA 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 REBECCA GARCIA GAA 2, 3: Library Gophers 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4 13 JOE BLANCO Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Clubl 2, 3, 4: spanish Club 2, 3, 4, chorus 1', 3, Secretary 4 JEAN CALLOWAY Transfer Student 4 LARRY CATHEMER Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Let- termen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1: Chorus 1, 4 PAULINE CELAYA Sophomore Class Treasurer: junior Class Representative: Senior Class Rep- resentative: GAA 1, 2,junior Represen- tative: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: National Honor Society 4: FTA President 4: FHA 3, 4: Spanish Club Secretary 2, President 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Delegate to Girls' State DANNY CLARK Basketball 1, Manager 2, 4: Tennis 3, 4: FFA 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 4 CORT COOPER Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Freshman Class Vice-President: Sophomore Class Representative: junior Class President: National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Student Council 2: Annual Staff Editor 4 Q3 ,IANICE ALSTON GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, 4: FTA Secretary 4: Library Gophers 1, 2: National Honor Society 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Fine Arts Camp Scholarship 3 LYNETT E ANGLEY GAA 2, 3, 43 FTA 4: FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SYLVIA ARGEL GAA 1, 2, Secretary 3, 43FTA 43 FHA 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LUPE ARAUJO FTA 43 Library Gophers 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 BERNICE BEASLEY ' Transfer Student 4 ROBERT BLACKLER Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4gLettermen's Club 2, 3, President 49 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA Vice-President 43 Student Coun- cil 4: Annual Staff 4: All Conference Football 4 ll I 5 fl C0 TEMPLATIO , A PART 0F SE IOR LIFE S. A ' 5 gn gf- . .yV,-,-.,, - A . - , , - 41- , , 4,-.jg -, ' . A,-1 - - fr. '. :X 11 . ' M .NM ' 1-1. .ve 3,9 V ..vAk1vEH- I 5 wwf-We K '. .M- OFFICERS: Angelo Joaquin, President: Alec Ordway, Vice-President: Leslie Ann Wakefleld Treasurer Not shown: Debby Myers, Secretary 'inn ,, ' Q X We 1, ADVISERS: Mr. Turner, Mr. Dowdy, Mr. Adams Not X 'W W ,L W, W1 I f X A 5 we 5 afX shown: Mrs. Mohr CLASSES W..:.:W,..XmmmmmmN ,, N 1 W,,,, S,..Q A Q , E Q . ,, M fem Y KW A ,f M QQ NP 9 1 The girls in office staff find hard work to perform in order to receive their one-fourth credit. Each girl spends one period per day in the office assisting Mrs. Klingbeil and Mrs. Martinez. Some of the many duties theyperform are recording absences, filing, opera- ting the switchboards, delivering the bulletins, and picking up absence slips. This year Mrs. Ortega has joined the office staff. She, along with Mrs. Martinez and Mrs. Klingbeil teach the girls some of the many office procedures they will put into prac- tice later on. Problems of the Students Are Their Concern Sylvia Argel, Cecelia Siebert Sandra Mohr Karen King Teresa Argel 8 GARY ADAMS Industrial Arts XX my XX? ,X A-L A X X A TX' S' Xi J Xi!! 1. An" ' ti X X"X yi M X5 R X AK XX ' ' gf L'Qf?'5lw WM SM X K 'X X' X X X X Q 'N X N X THE ART OF TEACH! 6 MELVIN GARDNER Biology m,,XX.fX X , X' W -' 'V XX ' XX '19 X Q: QM XJX XILXVX X' A X XX H X1 "X'XX'lx'Vi- f - li X X fi' 4 2 Q X9 'N-555' X V Yi' :X ' XfXiX1XiXX,XX' XXH TX X 'XX , X X 2 XJXXXXXXQXX X X vj2XXagg'X5X?Xi5 'XXXf'K'lEX.X1QX'X M ROBERT SQTOMAYOR ' X XXX - . X Vocational Education ROGER QUAING Social Studies wb' .ww N' ' l A X ww I , ,, XXXXXX - X, XXXXXXXX XX-:,XX- X MRS. DONNA FAULKNER English 4. M X :X R X-XXX?-?XX "L YNX ll ' X:'X'X'i 'E X JXXX X ' M' ,,:XQ ",'CX XwygsX QQAXX 5 XXJXXK ' V X' XX X-X g l" 'XXX' XM XX 'X X 452 WQLX X X. . X4 XX Xlllf gu n, wwy .M X MX. Y X in! X uw XX X - MSX ' XX ' Xmsw '+ . X QU 'X XXXXXX XX W Xlll :X X sawwf' " XXXXX A iw -Xl- li Mei + f' X 'VX Wil .ww Hit. X X NXX X X MXN wt X. ' 'lm XX Xw XXXwX X RX-Xiw X' X X' 11 , QQQX X Q XXXWQX 3 XX' vi Z X - al'-W R3 2 fl Lap?-'fC ' f fail' f, ' :X 5 ' ', X ' , X 1, -XXX, XX 'X . L' 1' w QXX Q W , A -,' 2 " tmam R3 X "X XRW l' Wx in K 3 QW gxiiwii X XX- XXLXXXX X - X' X XCXKXXMTWQX 'if IWW X X?3'??5fiiXq5Rl2i:759313: lip A 3 il MJ ml MRS. MARCELLA MOHR Business Education JOHN BORQUEZ Spanish QXXX f+X1X XXXXXM XX FRENCK DEGRAZIA MRS. EVELYN PENCE MRS. LUANNE BARTEAU Music Home Economics Social Studies 7 T0 K OW HOW T0 SUGGE , , J,,,, Miss EVA MERCADO Librarian Girls P.E. RICHARD SERVIES Mathematics NN wx: DAVID PINEGAR Miss NIARIAN CROUGH EHg1iSh 5112311511 WAYLAND HARRIS Yearbook DANNY TURNER Social Studies 6 B. J. DOWDY Chemistry Physics Boys P.E, JACK HAMILTON Business Education In 1953, FUHS welcomed Mr. Frank Arthur Celaya to the teaching staff. Before teaching at FUHS, he graduated from the University of Arizona and taught one year at Florence Elementary School. Mr. Celaya has taught many sub- jects here, including Spanish and so- cial studies. He has coached football and baseball and has been adviser for the Spanish Club, Lettermen's Club, and Student Council. Before retiring from coaching in 1966 to take over his new duties as Direc- tor of Athletics, he had served as a part time counselor. In 1968 Mr. Celaya was appointed to the new position of Principal of FUHS. Some of his responsibilities and duties as principal deal with school improvement, all student af- fairs and interscholastic activities, and public relations. ,Close Relationship Is Maintained With Student Body... Miss Bernice McNaught is now in second year as counselor at She came to Florence with experience in dealing with stu- Having graduated from Wyley School in Terre Haute, Indiana, attended Indiana State Univer- where she received her de- She earned a bachelor of sci- degree in physical education a masters degree in guidance counseling. Some of her former positions in- Dean of Women at the Univer- ity of Nevada and Dean of Girls at unnyside High School where she as employed prior to joining the UHS staff. After getting settled at Florence, iss McNaught assumed the re- ponsibilities of Guidance Counsel- r. She also assists the National onor Society and Student Council s adviser. 4. . 5 Administrators Co-ordinate School Activities h SUPERINTENDENT: Lionel Goar Vu Z E 3 Seated: Mrs. Frances Sult: Mr. jack Palmer, President: Mrs. Mary Chandler: Standing: Rev. Nicholas White Mr. Edward Padilla THE TRADITIDN OI' MY SCHOOL AND ALL THAT IS HERE A f I 't f"A,5,1 , THIS IS A HISTDRY DI' THE '70 YEAR: FDREWDRD A ATHLETICS CLASSES ADVERTISEMENTS ORCANIZATIDNS INDEX ACTIVITIES I .Wa 4' J ' ,'.' 4: fx. 'u 'Wi ' x r "' ' 1:42:- Mi - Jn, . - H A. Q, i,. . , , Iain . l 15' " ' 4' Lf ff-,S if , FG, L3 7' 15 ,,.,,,. 1 A 153 , ,, I7 i Lf' f 'Seri El izlilhuln---Mt Q A ' ' 313 Lgfw?'Q,' I rl. :.'L.! 'W L, N 1, ' ., A ' in ,TQ f , .FIM km Y m - ,rxgu Yi V' , 'fe' :VFP : Mm l , ' we , . K- ,WMM , , 1 4 ,L ' 111 N "i ifpggw V. "" vE,M'l "' FEV w'.ViM 7' 1- 1 iH -4 WU' 5fW 'Wf' ,.L,,,1, X, r, w, ,,-. 'A v,,lfHV',wa' ,',, Q NV W'-H., 'M N , M Qu' m " ' 'LE W 1 uqyxhw " 'rf uf V1 ,yn in '. ,- Eiftflwf- "f 1 1. " ' Y Q WF" w?T'1lJe'J' 5' xl qc., t, .. 4 N U- I L' ,J : :Rig ' Y: F .. fa f -1 . u J' 1 ,+"'5? , , , 1 at 1 , V 5'-qg,g-5 X ' P ,'2 4. Mfg ,Lt --'MW 1 'J xxx. 1 " vi' Em -'Fx 1,3,. . W1 .XE 'rc '54, q, . AV 1 ,gg M ,nfxq,. 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