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

 - Class of 1971

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K "2 4QlW41mbW'aQWQ Cf , - J, wwwmg 'ind TA 'ME Sw Key WK W W 020225 EZ uf W af w lb - i ff gfggfikofe W ffff It was the best of times, it worst of times, It was the time of Wisdom ,it time of foolishness, It was the time of belief, it time of ineredulityg It was the time of light, it time of darkness, It was the time of hope, it time of despair, It was the best of times, it worst of times . . . WHS WHS WHS WHS WHS WHS IT WAS THE TIME OF OUR LIVES Acknowledgement to Charles Dickens 1 Bmw ADMINISTRATION. . .10 AYS "" 3 M ORGANIZATIONS . . . 36 ,..-X--" ,fw-"""',- QQ? gh' ,Af Louie lillartinez, J r. Oh, the blow hits so hard and life seems to stand so still. We think back, then we try to push our thoughts forward. But, nothing, nothing seems so undesirable as the future. Tragedy is the loss, the uncontrollable loss that makes us wonder and remember and desire for all those moments of sharing which will no more be. Tragedy is not a lasting thing, yet for some it can shape their lives or be their lives. We can make of tragedy what we want to make of it. For some it is a grand friendship to be rememberedg for some a tragedy is a dismal exis- tenceg for still others it may be a prevention of another tragedy. We have been hit by the greatest tragedy -- that of the death of some- one who had so much to live for. It will be hard to accept the future without him. We will not be able to forget this tragedy. So be itg but let us never forget the memories we shared. For those are the great memories that can calm this tragedy, and make the future a little easier to accept. Louie Martinez was born in Florence on April 29, 1952. He lived in Florence most of his life, attending Florence Elementary and Junior High Schools. After graduating from 8th grade, Louie became a member of the student body at Florence Union High School. During the three years Louie was at Florence Union High, he was active in many clubs and sports. He was treasurer of Thespians, treasurer of FFA, active in Pep Club, Spanish Club, Lettermen's Club, and a mem- ber of the Football and Baseball Teams. In his Junior year, he was a member of the Class B State Football Championship team and played the linebacking position. He was respected as a leader and provided much of the spirit for this year's team. Louie's good-natured disposition and sense of humor will be remem- bered as the unique qualities which he possessed. The "good times" we had with him and the memories of Louie's pride, loyalty, and friendship will live in the hearts of all of us forever. David Felix and Peter Feliz X x v, W N NN x xx X N 1 xx X f N X X X :bww X, 2,1V,H,mVw W N 'qxxNk3,,,,q!, X32 mx, , W' M J? F-'Ne Y- ww ,, - ...W f ek Qzfb Life V he Varsity Places Second in Conference GUARDS: lst Row: Rusty Ortiz, Rex Neal, George Ortiz: 2nd Row: Tony Jimenez, Chester Cartwright Closing a tremendous season, the Gophers saw their chances for a state playoff berth disappear as they suffered two losses in the Class B Central Basketball District Tourna- ment in Benson. The Gophers were handed defeats by Ben- son 83-79 in the semi-final championship game and by Hayden 75-69 for the third spot consolation bracket. FORWARDS: lst Row: Frank Celaya, Eddie Ortega, Pat Henry: 2nd Row: jamie Angley Coached by John Borquez, the Gopher used many new plays which helped to wi important games during the season. He als instilled the winning attitude and confidenc in the mind of each player. Florence ended the season with a recor of 13 wins and 12 losses, and a second plac tie with Benson in the tough Class B Central Division. CAPTAINS: jamie Angley, Billy Capellg COACH: john CENTERS: john Coomer, Billy Capell, Gary Moore Borquez 8 Row: Benny Rodriquez, Manager, Chester Cartwright, Angley, Billy Capell, john Coomer, Pat Henry, George Ortega, Rusty Ortiz, Tony Jimenez, Larry Gutierrez, Ortiz, Rex Neal 2nd Row: Gary Moore, Frank Celaya, Jamie NW Rusty Ortiz shoots free throw against Superior. 9 ed the 1970-71 season with a very imp sive record of 9 wins and 5 losses. record not only has shown a succes season this year but will prove to be advantage to future basketball teams FUHS. Although this is Mr. Quaing's se year at Florence, he has demonstrated d The Freshman basketball team conc ff fine teaching ability as well as his ab as a talented coach. Mr. Quaing base success of the team on the skill of wor as a wholeg however, there are a few standing players that show strong leal ship and determination. With all these assets combined, F should not be surprised if a state champ ship team is produced in the near future Gophers climb their way to victory. lst Row: Louie Sepulveda, Augustine Alvarado, jay Dee Busby: 2nd Row: David Williams, William McVicker, Leroy White, Fred Ramon, Tommy Lopez, Danny Austin IO F955 0 MSDE Z lst ROW: joe McKinney, Larry Gutierrez, Manager, Sheffield jordan: 2nd Row: Tony Jiminez, Jim Busby, Gary Moore, Abel Rodriquez, Greg Celaya J V's I-Iave a Wifinning COACH: Cy Henry Season Although the JV's came in first in the conference -- in fact, just barely came out ahead with an over-all season record of 8-6 -- they showed spirit, hustle and drive all the time they were on the court. Even when the score and time were against them, they never gave up fighting for the ball. This often by a narrow margin, showed their ability to think and act under pressure, an important asset for the varsity team next year as most of the starters for the JV's will move up. Mr. Cy Henry, the coachofthe JV squad, is the 6th grade teacher at the elementary school. He is a graduate and former athlete of FUHS and therefore lmows the tough competition that the team was up against. We, the members of the annual staff and the members of the J V basketball team, say thank you, Mr. Henry, for your time and devotion in making the JV basketball team of '71 a good team. ll Varsity Ball CATCHERS: Charlie Ruiz, Henry RODRIGUEZ Having experience in 8 out of 9posi- tions, 10 returning lettermen, a last year's season record of 10-8, and afine coach as Coach Turner, FUHS can't help but have high hopes for this year's team. We will also find the Gopher team witha number of outstanding players. In the pitching department we have Rudy Ruizg in the batting department there is Andy Jimenez, David Silvas, and Jamie Ang- leyg and in fielding, Frank Ce1aya,David Celaya, Eddie Ortega and Richard Mon- tano have considerable experience. The JV squad also anticipates a good season this year. They are under the super- vision of Coach Whittaker, who is the newest coach at FUHS. Coach Turner has spent most of his life in Arizona. He graduated from Tuc- son High and attended the University of Arizona, where he majored in physical education. This is his fourth year as varsity coach. The first year his Goph- ers won three, the next year six and the last year ten. He hopes for continued improvement. 12 PITCHERS: lst Row: Nick Vi11anueva:2nd Row: Mike Charlie Ruiz: 3rd Row: Rusty Ortiz, jamie Angley, Ruiz COACH: Dan Turner: MANAGERS: Benny Rodriquez, Henry oresee State + X ' F ,fx 5 N - f ' H , 'W3"-15'-QWMQS--F 2 Ji" "N w w Q WW is aw X' X INFIELD: David Silvas, Rusty Ortiz, Nick Villanueva, Ernest Contreras: 2nd Row: Andy Jimenez, Eddie Ortega, Jamie Angley ,, ,, , N N21 iwfwwi ii5i35i-fi V , 1 -- ' X Q X W, www N aw!! - IQW vii M: 2 1 iii w d - w if, ' iii' , P w fi' iwq+:f,'1'iW x ,QW we '- Wm, aww ww X X, " W-.QWW N 'iidi iiiw Wi 1: X M OUTFIELD: lst Row: David Celaya, Richard Montano, Mike Lopez: 2nd Row: Henry Rodriquez, Frank Celaya 1 J V's OUTFIELD: Kelly Freeman, Fred Padilla, Peter Reyes X.J CATCHERS: lst Row: Peter Reyes, Robert King: 2nd Row: PITCHERS: lst Row: Greg Celaya, john Pyeatt: 2nd joe Padilla Peter Reyes ,Frankie ,laurgggi guns to first. Fred Padilla steals another. m ,X Q' . , ' V 'R X M N Aff" t ,W K 'LANS- N. X N " V' ' Wy-' QQ-wt"" A M ' 4 Y, ' ' gb ' M Q new Q W 5 M 1: "'N it ,N is H zbf1:,ivQa5' W gt ' ,,,, 112, if, ee X , WJ i Xwzddisr ,J 9 NN' , A t " v M -1 lt' i ' 2" xi XE si fx ' n.. ' ' N ,N ....-4.1. 'Aw M X ff H K INFIELD: lst Row: Danny Alston, Charlie Goff, Frankie Jauregui: 2nd Row: Louie Sepulveda, David Williams, Bill McVicker, Abel Rodriquez Track Consists of Young Spikers This year's track team is a ve young and hopeful group. It consists only four seniors, ten juniors, tens omores, and five freshmen. The first days in February brc out all the new and old members for making of this track team. This year team is coached by Mr. Harris. He lies on a number of veterans to points for the Gophers. As the season progressed, fresl and sophomores developed and three ed to make the going rough for the o nents of Florence. The track team attended twelve rr this year including four invitat: meets. One contest a week kept the kers very busy. Coach Harris: Art Macias: Joey Argel, Managers lst Row: Johnny Padilla, Fred Ramon, Daniel, Daniel Barkley, Mundo Manjarresg 2nd Row: Geary D1az, Danny Felix, David Track Teanx Showvs Potential HURDLERS, lst Row: Bill Suttles, joe McKinney, Terry Ballard, Bill Baker: 2nd Row: Darrell Jordan, Leroy White Philip Gomez lst R ow": J oe Ortiz, Daniel Knight, David Encinas, Kevin Stoner: 2nd R ow: Jim Busby, George Ortiz, Darrell jordan XB ,X SHOT PUT AND DISCUS: lst Row: jim Stewart, Art Encinas, Gus Alvarado: 2nd Row: Kenneth Coil, Brent Coo Mike Wainscott HIGH JUMP: lst Row: Mike Alston, JDS Goff: 2nd SPRINTERSg lst Row: John Celayag 2nd Row Row: Daniel Barkley jordan, jim Herndon: 3rd Row: joe McKinney Jordan, George Ortiz Golf Teann Plays AAA Schools This year's golf team shows some promise with the return of Joe Moody, Terry Arndt, and Wayne Neely. Also on the team are two sophomores, Billy Brack- ett and Danny Villanueva, and a freshman, Mike Pappas. The team has gone into competition with AAA and AA schools such as Coronado High, Globe, Miami, Gerard, and Tolleson. Their biggest problem is with Coolidge whom they have played in almost every match. Florence had the honor of playing Can- yon del Oro on the Tucson International Golf Course where such greats as Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, and JackNicklaus have played. , i X NWNJ joe Moody Terry Arndt Mr Quaing, Coach,WayneNeely 19 lst Row: Lynda Martinez, Susie LaMar, Kerry Garner, Rosemary Manjarres: 2nd Row: Lynnette Padilla, Trisha Dawson, Rita Celaya, Patsy Padilla, Kathleen Robinson Netters Showv Potential COACH: Miss Carole Gomes 20 1 I 1 g w S X A x 93 ww 1 My 4 -1,1 -f -M x mms www W W few-ww-,W ww kwwaMv.x.xw,.vW,,,..., ,. W M ,lm ' ,ww .5,,WWw V Coach Harris Gridders Tack Coach Harris has been head varsity football coach for FUHS since 1968. In his three years of coaching he has encouraged our team to 18 wins out of 29 games. In 1969, he inspired the team to a football State Championship. He has been head basketball and golf coach and PD instructor. This year he is the Boys' P. E. teacher and will be head track coach. This is the first year for Coach Whittaker at our school. He acquired a BS in educationwhen he graduated in 1969. Heis assist- ant coach for varsity football, JV baseball coach, and PD instructor. hs X'i 'N ,1 , 1 , .. W Coach Whittaker 1,-an ' 1 1 if 1 11111 1 'Q ii' + 4' ea 1" , E s e ' ? ff , ' 1 1, 1 , I 1' , "1 1, ff -ax 1 11 11 Z . . 1' r 11 if 1 , 2 , 1 .111'W ,, W , 1 1 'M ii f 1 ' ,1f 1 1'1 1 1' fu' 11,1 ,N N' 'J 11 sr ' -1 1-1 1 1111 A 11 1 KW lf' 'fi ' Urxiflw iw .o 0 1 Q 1 k 4' " T111 1 'V 4 1 1 A 4 4' V 'l 1 1 1 1 1:12. 9 ' , f f- ,, 1 , 1111? 9 1 . 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The Gophers were the eigning Class B State Champions at the eginning of the season but found that this ust wasn't their year to repeat. The Gophers opened the 1970 football eason with three straight losses. The first f these losses came at the hands ofRay by 6-12. Next came a 18-0 loss to arch rival oolidge and a 7-0 conference loss to Hay- en. Florence then traveled to Baboquivari or their first win of the season by a score f 51-0. Next came a 28-6 loss to the Tombstone Yellowjackets. Florence wanted to win a game very much and did so by defeating the Gilbert Tigers in a close 12-6 win. Trying to start a winning streak, Flor- ence then went on to defeat the Apache Junction Prospectors by a score of 18-6. Traveling to Benson the Gophers then saw their two-game winning streak end as the Bobcats scored a 14-6 victory over the defending Class B football champions. Ben- son scored in the second and third periods to take the victory. Florence scored in the final period on a one-yard run by fullback Terry Arndt. The Gophers closed their 1970 season with a win over the Sahuarita Mustangs by a score of 39-6. R ' A M V f ' -W". h is -i-. V E ith if . , ' f , ' v " ' . I' ,W 23 J V's Iiave Seven WV1ns, One Loss This year, the JV football team was coached to seven Wins and one loss by Coaches Dan Turner and Cy Henry, All the members of the team were taught the fundamentals of the game during their freshman and sophomore years. During the entire season, Coach Turner and Coach Henry worked to improve the team in their ability to work together and to learn plays which would be of value in the next season. Having two fine coaches as Mr. Turner and Mr. Henry, and being able to learn from their mistakes, the team concluded a very outstanding season. it I , Q fa i 'V i f 1 ,iQ rg ' f 1 H , ,. 'li' Y' jr in A W -2 1 ,Q Edmundo Manjarres LarryGutierrez,johnCe1aya,Johnny Rodriquez, Ernie Contreras Steve Gutierrez Pat jauregui Fred Padilla 2nd Row: Sheffield jordan, Danny Charlie Ruiz, jimmy Herndon john Pyeatt Tonyjim Villanueva Billy Brackett joe Zapata, Danny Felix, Benny Gary Moore, Joe Ortiz lst Row john Fellx PatGrani11o,joeArge1, Peter Reyes, Rodriquez, Charles Bussey jerry Wh1te 3rd Row e Freshnxen Gain The first year in football 1S usually the year in which the player gains his knowledge and ability for the game It is usually the freshmen coach's job to help instruct the players This year the freshman team was privileged to have Valuable Experience Coach Borquez two co ac he s , Mr. Borquez and Mr. Adams. They had to work long and hard in practice with the new players to show them what kind of game football really is. All the practicing and coaching this season led to a very fine season. W' wi, X ,. V iw Y 'X ,f 'X M. Coach Adams lst Row: johnny Borquez, coach: joe McKinney, Lee Bob Baker, Harold Thomas, Tim Terry, Fred Ramon Malmo, Steve Bramlet, Leroy White, Larry Bell, Frankie David Williams, Bill McVicker, Daniel Knight, Mike jauregui, Ruben Reyes, james McAfee, Tommy Lopez, Pappas, Kelly Freeman Joe Padilla, Steve Rieffer: 2nd Row: Augustine Alvarado, Tradition Broken : A J unio Ileigns at Ilonnecolning Everyone participated in the 1970 Home- coming to make it a big success. Several weeks before the activities began, Student Council announced that each class could enter a float to be judged in the parade. Classes worked hard and the results were well worth their efforts. The Sophomores took first place in the contest with the Freshmen running second. . Homecoming Week was brought to a close by a Pep Rally downtown on Thursday night. The Band, Cheerleaders, and Pompon girls added lots of spirit and the crowd joined in the cheers. After several songs and cheers, everyone went back to the school where there was a bonfire on the football field. More cheers were yelled and then the football play- ers were introduced. Friday afternoon there was a parade downtown. The band led the parade with th class floats following. Another pep rally wa. held and the parade headed back to school. The climax of all the events came durin halftime when the Homecoming King an Queen were crowned. The candidates wer as follows: Joe Felix and Dodi Ramire Seniorsg David Padilla and Dawn Frizzel Juniors, Gary Moore and Carolyn Lippert Sophomoresg and Greg Celaya and Rhond Pope, Freshmen. The winners were Kin Joe Felix and Queen Dawn Frizzell. Also, at halftime, the classes of 1950 an 1960 were honored. The band made specia formations and members of the classes wer introduced. That night, after the game, dance was held in honor of the Homecomin classes and the 1970 Homecoming King an Queen. WWWX H W3 'M 'N N f x xw A Mm v X -,e m 'Jw M QC IEW? if WS' WWW fff'NXfNfW W W 7' Y QW?QwS?5 N Mai 3 px ,Q-XI - xJ3f',wXmmlq, ' ggi., xg? 31 1' - 'Hug 'aww2.- ,, Q J wx' ' Qfw-:flaw ww ,WWW -xr iw PX "N' wfwsw wr WW X ,M - , ,: sm, xy 1 X X X 5g'.s.:bWS K Www wa P41 jdllu vw ' w-wr dam 1 5 W1-M 27 I-Ionors and I-lwvarcls Terry Arndt and Jerel McNeil attended Boy's State. lst Row: Art Encinas, All-Conference Football: Robert Football: Terry Arndt, All-Conference Football: Ruiz, All-Conference andAll-StateFootba1l:JamieAngley, Ortiz, All-Conference Basketball: Frank Celaya All-Conference Basketball: 2nd Row: Billy Capell, All- Conference Football Conference Basketball: Philip Gomez, All-Conference 28 N: wx, X- , u W.. , . 'i fn f1,,,, X- .gwrvwx.MN,f,,,f, - , Y W H km M Q www X 3.-, mv, W" - w H N MH: ly U W5 A X 'uc mm f' u mfwgy Mm . X y X N vm xv aw, 'Nici M .vww omg :We EA Y Q, :ff YL fi aflw-" 52,"Q5vffm 5 V ' -A ,,,X , A, . ., 1: V-,,e652:fwff'LQQlf-'H HM X , .fmx 2f,,zHw,eM f ESQ, U Xff551ffwm',H,,f' K WW wswgtww - -Nwwwwm w . PEGGY VILLARREAL Peggy Villarreal attended Ma- jorette Camp at Eastern Arizona Junior College. Peggy has been a majorette at FUHS for two years. At camp she was given the opportunity to learn the art of baton twirling and the many graceful movements of a majorette. Her fine twirling ability has been a great asset to the FUHS band and has provided us with great entertainment at the halftime shows. v 1 I rl ,X,. 1 igxztx G W . fi, . M . f. W .1 1, M! PAM HARVEY Pam Harvey was elected the FFA Sweetheart for the 1971-72 school year. This was quite an honor for Pam because it is very seldom that a Freshman is chosen as the FFA Sweetheart. She will serve through- out the 1972 year by attending all FFA activities. In the summer Pam will be a candidate for State FFA Sweetheart. F ggi OJ .I i K -- '- l ww 1- 1' . iw f 1, V 1 I f mm gy.-7 -Ts 'H ? 0,1 3 X lr J 6 ' Q cgi, . f V' A ' . , M, xg .1 RAYMOND VILLA Florence -Union High School has always been fortunate to have outstanding students who have represented our school well throughout the state in various youth clubs and organizations. The Future Farmers of America is one of these outstanding organi- zations of our school and through the FFA Raymond Villa has shown to be a leader of youth in our state. This is the reason we felt Raymond deserved recognition. Some of his activities in the FFA were District Reporter, District President, and State Vice-President. He has also held offices in Student Council such as Student Council Representative and Student Council Vice-President. KENNETH COIL Kenneth Coil attended the Arizona State ,University Music A camp at which he was awarded a music major. He was given a scholarship by the Florence Music Club to attend the camp. Fronx CLass to Class Wife GO, and Wlfhere Wife Stop . Chennistrg 32 English PE W Spanish f 33 iiforli Progranx I-Ionxe EC Ilealtl Typing Annual Staff PII Annual Staff Uses Many people know that the main task of the Annual Staff is to prepare and assemble a book that pictorially relays the events of the school year, but only the members of the Annual Staff know how much work it really takes to put out a yearbook. True, most of the work is enjoyable and sometimes exciting, but it is often hectic and time is so short, especially when the Staff has to meet the publisher's deadlines. The Staff's most important task was to set up the budget and sell ads. Second task was to select the editors, Jeff Borree and Marsha Wahlman. Other editors were Jan Baker, Organizations editor, Dodi Ramirez, Business Managerg Maria Padilla, Ads editor, Peter Feliz, Activities editor, and Candi Frizzell, Photographic editor. But all the work doesn't end there. There are such things as taking pictures, drawing pages, typing the copy and keeping the books. jeff Borree, Editorg Miss Crough, Sponsor: Wahlman, Co-editor, Lay-out Editor mmm-W xl lst Row: Dodi Ramirez, Kathy Kent, Dawn Frizzell, Trisha Candi Frizzell, Joe Moody, jeff Borree, David Dawson, jan Baker: 2nd Row: Maria Padilla, Susie LaMar, Geary Diaz, David Wakefield Marsha Wahlman, Eydie McAfee: 3rd Row: Peter Feliz, 36 echniques Although the Editors and the Business nager hold the most important positions on Annual Staff, it is the photographers who e responsible for three-fourths of the year- ok's contents. The importance of the photo- aphers' job is underrated, even by some of members of the staff. Most people appar- tlv think that all the photographers do is a camera and snap a shot, but for the Staff photographers there is more to than that. Candi Frizzell, who attended courses this summer at NAU, Peter Feliz, lead photographer for last s staff, had to learn the art of film de- , correct lighting, enlarging, correct and other essentials of photogra- It was one big step for two people who hitherto Polaroid and Brownie buffs. the help of Mr. Thurl Lawrence of Pinal Studio, Miss Crough, NAU, and others, two staffers learned by trial and error w to take good, professional-looking photo- aphs. This year these two photographers have ded to their workload the job of teaching o volunteer novices, Eydie McAfee and wn Frizzell, the techniques of photography d the real responsibility of being a staff ,1 ,1,, lf lst Row: Eydie McAfee, Dawn Frizzellg 2nd Row: Candi Frizzell, Peter Feliz iii Candi Frizzell and Geary Diaz u x -fe., 4, 1 ,. - v Dawn Frizzell and Eydie McAfee 37 Wig 4' ik 5 by , lst Row: Ortiz, John Coomer, David Celaya Feliz: 2nd Ramirez, Trisha Dawson, jan Ardis Adrian, Padilla, Pati King: 3rd Row: Ria Padilla jCandi Frizzell, Josie Lake fix. Ui I , Peter Lippert, Dorothy Joaquin: 4th Row: Lupe Ortiz Kerr Baker, Garner, Angelina Manjarres, Linda Martinez Debbi , Patsy Valdez, Lynnette Padilla, Kim Westfall , Nancy Gopher Staff Novv Organization This year's Gopher Staff took on a new look. Instead of being done by the different English classes it is done voluntarily. There are two staffs, each putting out apaper once a month. The students do this in their spare time. They are striving to benefit the student body of FUHS with a more enjoyable and interesting paper every other week. They are work- ing to put across the views and o- pinions of other students as well as keeping all informed with the latest happenings. The editors are Lyd Padilla and Maria Padilla. Each works very hard in making sure their staff meets its deadlines. This new or- ganization is one we can be proud of. 38 Maria Padilla, Editor: Mrs. Faulkner, Sponsor Lyd Padilla Editor FTA Increases The Florence Chapter of the Future achers of America was initiated just last ar. Although the club's membership was all, it accomplished much. This year the membership of the FTA creased along with the number of activities undertook. When the club first met this year, the new immediately undertook the tasks of officers and setting dues. The officers the 70-71 year were Raymond C. Villa, Maria C, Padilla, Vice-Presidentg ce Frizzell, Secretaryg and Linda Treasurer. Dues were set at 5062. On Monday, October 19, the club under the of Mrs. Faulkner, visited the CAC to get a better idea of what college is like for the teacher as well as the stu- The tour of the campus included setting and participating in two classes, speech and tural science. On the following day the FTA held its first rmal initiation of new officers. The past esident, represented by Peter Feliz, for- ally initiated the new officers that day in the hool auditorium, after which a party was OFFICERS, Seated: Raymond Villa, President: Standing: Candi Frizzell, Secretary: Linda Martinez, Treasurer: Maria Padilla, Vice-President: Mrs. Faulkner, Sponsor held. Soon after, the members began planning more activities, such as, taking a tour of the Children's Colony, visiting ASU, and taking a tour of one of the high schools in Phoenix. l st Row: Mike Lopez, Bill Suttles, Peter Feliz, jerel Ramirez, Philip Gomez, Kerry Garner, Art Macias: 3rd cNeil, joe Ortiz, john Felix, David Celaya: 2nd Row: Row: Mike Ellsworth, Tomi McCann, Jan Baker, Ardis ebbie Valdez, Barbie Goins, Lyd Padilla, Josie Lake, Adrian, Kara Lewis, Pati Roberts, Dorothy Joaquin, Mercy ngelina Manjarres, Patsy Padilla, Rachel Padilla, Dodi Ruiz, Ana Molina, David Silvas, jerry Sullivan,RobertRuiz .39 Council Beconnes Involve A It was the goal of this year's Student Council to get more involved in activities than did the Student Councils of previous years. The members, especially the presi- dent, wanted the Student Council to be more than just meetings where dance requests were passed. They wanted the Student Council to be the center for new and different ideas and activities. The Council members wanted more student and teacher involvement. One such activity initiated by the Student Council was the class participation system, the idea of having all four classes competing against one another in various school activi- ties. Every year the officers of Student Coun- cil attend a state convention in order to trade new ideas with other Student Councils around the state..This year the convention was held in Tucson and officers who attended were Raymond Villa, Jerel McNeil, John Coomer, and Nancy Lippert. Members ponder over new business. --....--............................ .........4 in lst Row: Raymond Villa, Vice-President: Susie LaMar, Secretary: 2nd Row: Jerel McNeil,Treasurer: Terry Arndt, President 40 ACK Msn' 43'- M4 '1'I'i"'::r Www COUNCIL CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: joe Lydia Padilla - Seniors ,f"l,"u4 1-ffiw-""""f,'f,:. 1 fM-0.-I 'r 43? I M STUDENT COUNCIL CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Rhonda Pope, Jay Dee Busby - Freshmen: Carolyn Lippert, jimmy Busby - Sophomores STUDENT COUNCIL CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: john Coomer, Debbie Garcia - juniors ,L ,MQ I STUDENT COUNCIL CLUB REPRESENTATIVES, lst Row: Peter Feliz, Gary Rominesg 2nd Row: Candi Frizzell, Teresa Argel, Maria Padilla: 3rd Row: Rusty Ortiz, Margaret Robertson, Dorothy Joaquin, David Silvas 41 National I-Ionor Societ 5 , OFFICERS: lst Row: Teresa Argel, Secretary Maria Padilla Treasurer Miss McNaught, Sponsor: 2nd Row: JerelMcNei1, Vice President Terry Arndt President At the end of each year a list of Juniors and Seniors having a 2.0 or better grade average is presented to the faculty, who evaluate these students on their abilities in character, leader- ship, scholarship, and service. From the list the higher five per cent of the Seniors are taken in as new members of the National Honor Society. This year added new dimension to the activi- ties of the National Honor Society. Not only did the organization choose its new members from the Junior and Senior classes, but they also chose two honorary members from the Sopho- more class, Tony Jimenez and Joe Ortiz. Raising money to pay for their membership pins was the club's main goal. One of the ways they raised money was having a bake sale in front of the Post Office. 42 eads School in Scholastic Endeavors Row: Marcella Wolven, julia King, Susie LaMar,Marsha Baker, Jeff Borree, Tomi McCann, Ana 2nd Row: Clifford Smith, Kerry Garner, jan Robertson, Peter Feliz X , D at S f bw--J , NANLQ1 t Row: Tony Jimenez, Josie Lake,Nancy Lippert, Barbara Coomer, Geary Diaz, Joe Ortiz, Wayne N ieffer: 2nd Row: David Wakefield, David Padilla, John Molina, Margaret QW' X ? eely 43 lst Row: Gene Kartchner, Secretary: Jerel McNeil, President: Raymond Villa, Vice- President: 2nd Row: joe Felix: Joe Jimenez, Treasurer: Richard Smith, Sentinel: James Wingate, Reporter: Mr. Sotomayor, Sponsor lst Row: Pat Henry, Bill Suttles, Ruben Daniels, Pat 3rd Row: Mike Myers, MikeLopez,RobertSiebert, Granillo, jim Williams: 2nd Row: David Celaya, Henry Molino, Dennis McAfee, Ernie Castro, Tom I-latch Rodriquez, Steve Gutierrez, Curtis Neal, Peter Reyes: 44 of Anxerica -P Row: Alonzo Sauceda, Freddie Herndon, Oscar Terry: 3rd Row: Thomas Hickman, Jerald Sullivan, Dee Minis McAfee, lim Richards: 2ndRow: Charles Simpson, Daniel Knight, PatsyGutierrez, Barbara Wingate, lommy lopez, David Cluff, Tim Louie Sepulveda, Lee Malmo, Louie Smith 45 This year the Florence FFA Chapter had a very active year. A few of their more outstanding activities are as follows: August 12- 14 State FFA Convention 1970 August 19 Seligman Field Day I November 7 Angus Field Dayg State Fair November 20 Western Dance February 12 Annual FFA Sweetheart Ball February 20 South Central District Field Day at CAC March 6 ASU Field Day March 20 U of A Field Day March 24 Chapter Creed Speaking Contest April 22 40th Annual Parent and Member Banquet August 11 - 13 State FFA Convention 1971 Members who placed high at these field days were Jerel McNeil, Raymond Villa, Richard Smith, Steve Gutierrez, and Lee Malmo. II-lappy Sweetheart Pam Harvey is awarded the official FFA jacket. State FFA Vice-President presents film on FFA to Florence members. X XNIMWWW In the FFA Faculty game the teachers prove to be rugged opponents. ' 47 FI-IA'ers Serve and Learn Lynnette Padilla presides over FHA meeting. the Florence Chapter of the Fu Homemakers of America. They had many activities and can seem coming this year. The 70-71 year was started by Naelection and installation of offic Q spring. This fall, an the 1 were initiated during held in the auditori1 George Ortiz was selected as Preferred. The girls, together with 1 1 Service was the main purpose t h Coolidge Chapter, went to the C dren's Colony around Christ time. They provided a party for children with fun and food. A f trip to the State Capitol and the W Museum was on the agenda for F ruary. An event they are planning fori spring is a Mother-Daughter Banqi The year will end with the elec' and installation of the 1971-72 cers. OFFICERS: lst Row: Peggy Telling, Secretary:Mai-garetRobertson,Vice-President: FHA views a Lynnette Padilla, President: 2nd Row: Patsy Padillaffreasurergjosie Lake, Parlia- tion on making lingerie. mentarian: Mrs. Pence, Sponsor: Olivia Martinez, Historian: Pat Garner, Reporter 1s 48 bad -Ode lu- lst Row: Rosalie Garcia, Cheryl Moore, Charlene Nowlinz 2nd Row: Jeanne Crawford, Diane Johnson, Kim Foncannon, Nina Diaz: 3rd Row: Kathleen Robinson, Irene Daniel, Rhonda Pope, Anna Contreras, Elizabeth DeArman, Carolyn Pensyl ,Y i M nu , 1 i ' , F . 7777 Y xx ll ist Row: Yolanda Romero, Pe Villar Lori Rodriquez: 2nd Row: Becky Ruiz, Martha Garcia, Betty Lopez: 31' Row: Sally Molina, Brenda Bussey, Bernadette Joaquin, Debbie Crawford, Cynthia Felix 49 Library Gophers Gai lst Row: Kathy Kent, Marcella Wolven, Sylvia Sauceda, 3rd Row: Dorothy Joaquin, Debbie Valdez, Ana Alma Ayala, Paula Laryg 2nd Row: Zerre1daZapata,Tomi Mercy Ruiz, Kara Lewis, Belinda Garcia, Carla McCann, Maria Whittaker, Dodi Ramirez, Kerry Garner, Celia Argel, Celina Argel, Lydia Padilla , nil. aluable Experience in W ,"'4lri M' M, Fi i af ' The Library Gophers were very active is year. They began their year by electing eir officers and setting their dues. A1- ough the group is small, it is very ambi- f lst Row: Nancy Britton, Gloria Villarreal, Patsy Cherry, 2nd Row: Peggy Lewis, Barbara R amon, Chester Barbie Goins, Dawn F rizzell, Joyce Montgomery: Cartwright ed the Arizona State University to observe the library and other informative divisions. As their biggest money-making project the Library Gophers sold beautiful decora- The members of this organization attend- tive candles at Christmas. "1 OFFICERS: lst Row: Celina Argel, Secretary: Sylvia Sauceda, Treasurer: Dorothy joaquin, Vice-President: 2nd Row: Miss Turner, Sponsor: Carla Ballard, President ti 51 N, lst Row: Philip Gomez, David Silvas, Nick Villanueva, Frank Celaya: 2nd Row: Robert Romero, Terry Arndt, Delmar Holland, Cowboy Rodriquez, David Celayag 3rd Row: Curtis Neal, joe Moody, Andy Jimenez, Billy Capell, Robert Ruiz lst Row: Rex Neal, johnny Celaya, joe Argel, Pat Granillo, Jamie Angley, Brent Cooper, Darrell Jordan, Mike Lopez Geary Diaz: 2nd Row: Edmundo Manjarres, George Ortiz, Edward Ortega Richard Montano, Benny Rodriquez, Danny Felix: 3rd Row: 52 's Club Members of the Letterrnen's Club have been among the busiest students this year at FUHS. Election of new officers was first on their schedule. The Lettermen's C lub has sponsored many activities during the year. They spon- sored a faculty basketball game between our faculty and Gilbert High fa culty. This and many other activities helped to bring in money so that the club could attend special outside activities. On December 30, the Lettermen went to Phoenix to see the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Lakers play at the Coliseum. This trip was paid for by the Lettermen's Club. January 9, the Lettermen sponsored a Semi-Pro Basketball game between two un- defeated teams: The Tucson Speedway Sport Shop and Tempe Ware Sport Shop. This year, as in previous years, the Lettermen have operated the concession stand during the basketball season. The main activity of the Lettermen's Club was to raise money to pay for half of the football insur- ance policy. .ve of UV . V Q MW tl, A lst Row: Cowboy Rodriquez, Sergeant-an Sponsors: Wayland Harris, John Borquez, Gary Adams, David Silvas, Vice-President: 2nd Row: Curtis Dan Turner ergeant-at-Armsg Terry Arndt, Secretary-Treas- Frank Celaya, President 53 I an Rachel Padilla demonstrates her famous spike. si W, ix M F WWW JP.,.,,,,g -1-i lst Row: Lupe Ortiz, Angelina Manjarres, Belinda Garcia, Rachel Padilla, Olivia Lizarraga, Nancy Lippert, Lydia Padilla, Frieda Carrasco: 2nd Row: Margaret Ruiz, Kathy Kent, Gloria Villarreal, Kara Lewis, Dawn Frizzell, Ana Molina, Kerry Garner, Debbie Garcia, Olga Cathemer, Etta Ramirez, Pat Garner: 3rd Row: Theresa Siebert, Zerrelda Zapata, Ana Contreras, Irene Daniel, Kim Foncannon, Peggy Goins, Rita Celaya, Marsha Feliz, Pam Harvey,Rose Marie 54 GAA Sandal Manjarres: Bernadette Joaquin, Betty Lopez, Carolyn Lippert, Beck Baker, Olivia Martinez, Becky Ruiz, Linda Martinez, Ki Westfall, Debbie Valdez: Sth Row: Rosa Sepulveda, Mart Garcia, Josie Lake, Teresa Argel, Dodi Ramirez, Trish Dawson, Francine Montano, Lynnette Padilla, Mary jea Granillo, Susie LaMar, Patsy Padilla 4th Row: Sally Molina, Brenda Bussej The Girls Athletic Association was pecially active this year. Badminton was the first sport of the ar. The girls had a very good season, I ing seven meets out of eight. The second sport of the year, volley- ll, was played extrememly well. They n all their games and went to state. though the girls did not take state they me home with a beautiful trophy. Christmas was a very year for this group as d held a party. All the is association and also e faculty were guests special time they planned members of members of . The party rned out to be successful and very tertaining. lt is the hope of the mem- rs that this Christmas party will be- me an annual event. For their final event the GAA mem- rs will hold an all night party where ey will participate in all sports. , K K Florence fights with Ray for free ball. , ,. It vw' ,T it fl 'L it A ' ' xl' My V ' Jlp lf T T n Q T - X, T, ,y R "H tx," , l ' 'i'i lm , ' ' , ,N ' ' f , ' "my, ' V Lf U M 'ff ' L+' -'filwlltllll T , D f ' ' 'Ml 1 P , ' a . T l 'll' 1 X .af , X am. 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I L LLEYBALL TEAMS: lst Row: Angelina Manjarres, linda Garcia, Rachel Padilla, Olivia Lizarraga, Elfrieda rrascog 2nd Row: Rita Celaya, Patsy Padilla, Susie Mar, Francine Montano, Lynnette Padilla,NancyLippert, di Ramirez: 3rd Row: Terry Siebert, Martha Garcia, Becky Ruiz, Lynda Martinez, Pam Harvey, Peggie Goins: 4th Row: Zerrelda Zapata, Anna Louise Contreras, Marsha Feliz, Olivia Martinez, Lupe Ortiz, Rose Marie Manjarres, Rosa Linda Sepulveda, Sally Molina, Brenda Bussey 55 fu I 7 'Mba Llcff mvw X ,NLM :Q Y: Nl, 1" Wi' ' 35355 W I M XM is Wg 5, ,- X M X w '- ' ,ii L ' ' A W W, . " Qf P. , 1 L 'fr' v X VI y, QE M ,J Sw ,N , A -I eifffiagi -4- , X. ,A W X ,M we W 'H-7' WWF Mx X W ' M mlb. xx Hilo: WF mwxny -W. YM ' qw '1Mj',.1jQx QW. , WDM W.W,:,vv,., H W x y N F A vw' IW 1 'k New - Q Q, 'Q' JJ 2 A -MQW' " N-nv 3 ft ,auf--' lst Row: Lupe Ortiz, Belinda Garcia, Frieda Carrasco, Rosalie Garcia, Rose Marie Manjarres Dawn Frizzellg 2nd Row: Francine Montano, Kara Lewis, Patsy Gutierrez tries her shooting skill in Florence vs Ray basketball game. W Pep Club Boosts Spirit t lst Row: Dodi Ramirez, julia King, LupeOrtiz, Ana Molina, Wahlrnan, joe Felix, Celina Argel, Celia Argel, Susie LaMar, jan Baker, Lyd Padilla, Candi Frizzell, Goins, Art Macias, David Celaya, Peter Feliz: 4th Maria Padilla: 2nd Row: David Silvas, Trisha Dawson, Curtis Neal, Robert Ruiz, Philip Gomez, Terry Arndt, Francine Montafib, Lynnette Padilla, Mercy Ruiz, Gloria Moody, Frank Celaya, Delmar Ho1land,Chester Villarreal, Teresa Argel, Tomi McCann, Kerry Garner, Maria Whittaker, Frieda Carrasco Margaret Robertson: 3rd Row: Mike Wainscott, Marsha i -I N? The Pep Club helps to promote spirit at the Homecoming Parade. eep Teanx The initial purpose of the Pep Club s to promote team and school spirit for UHS. The members do this by attend- ng all the games and cheering for the chool team. The Pep Club members ust back the team all the way whether hey win or lose. In other words, the Pep lub represents the pride of our school. This year the Pep Club got off to a ood start by electing their officers and etting the dues for the 70-71 year. For a money making project the Pep lub undertook the task of selling red nd white shakers to the crowds attend- ng the games. The Pep Club is one of the largest lubs we have and it is considered one f the most popular among students. lillorale Iligh OFFICERS, lst Row: Carolyn Lippert, Secretary: Terry Arndt, Treasurer: 2nd Row: Rusty Ortiz, Vice-Presidentg Miss Gomes, Sponsor: Tony Jimenez, President 5 ll lst Row: Kim Westfall, Olivia Lizarraga, Belinda Garcia, Angelina Manjarres, Kathy Kent: 2nd Row: Virginia Wolven, nldosie Lake, Debbie Garcia, Nancy Lippert, Andrea Feliz, inda Martinez, Eddie Ortega: 3rd Row: Pati Roberts, Geary Diaz, Dawn Frizzell, Joyce Montgomery, Kara Lewis Rachel Padilla, Zerrelda Zapata, Patsy Padilla: 4th Row Debbie Valdez, Jerry Sullivan, David Padilla, Mario Molina Joe Argel, Dorothy Joaquin, Alma Ayala lst Row: Olivia Martinez, Terry Siebert, Margaret Ruiz, Mary J ean G ranillo , Becky Ruiz, Martha Garcia Valarie Holt, Ria Padilla, Pat Garner, Olga Cathemer: Bernadette Joaquin: 4th Row: John Pyeatt, Charlie Ruiz 2nd Row: Carolyn Lippert, joe Ortiz, Rusty Ortiz, Brent qDavid Encinas, Cgyithia Felix, BettySmith, Lori Rodriquez Henry, Tony Jimenez, Bill Baker, johnny Jauregui, Becky Pe Villarreal, Brenda Bussey, Peggy Telling: Sth Row Baker, Betty Lopez: 3rd Row: Dennis M cAf ee , Larry Gilbert rtiz, oseph Goff, George Myers Gutierrez, Darrell jordan, Fred Padilla, Gary Moore, Students show spirit and enthusiasm at Homecoming Pep Rally. li' 5 lst Row: Etta Ramirez, Rosa Sepulveda, Pam Harvey, Charlene Nowlin, Kathleen Robinson, Robin Savory, Tim Terry: 2nd Row: Charlie Goff, Belinda james, Rita elaya, Anna Contreras, Dana Crawford, Sarah Gutierrez, 'M in Danny Alston: 3rd Row: Louie Sepulveda, Rhonda Pope, Diane johnson, Kim Foncannon, Irene Daniel, Carolyn Pensyl, Marie Celaya, Rosemarie Manjarres, jay Dee Busby S .JW 61 Y Bottom: Lydia Padilla, Angelina Manjarres: Cen- ter: Olivia Lizarraga: Top: Susie LaMar J V's Cheer Teanns to Victories Varsity Leads gl Tearns if to a Successfn Year Bottom: Becky Baker: Center: Olivia Martinez, Carolyn Lippert: Top: Betty Lopez Poxnpon Pronxotes Enthusiasm t Row: Becky Ruiz, Virginia Wolveng 2nd Row: Kim Martha Garcia: 3rd Row: Belinda Garcia, Kathy Kent, estfallg Candi Frizzell, Co captain: jan Baker, Captain: Sponsored by Miss Carol Gomes, the eerleaders and Pompon girls had a most tive year. Working together, the Cheer- ders, JV and Varsity, and the Pompon ls put on skits at pep assemblies. The rsity Cheerleaders learned a routine to Gopher Song and performed it with the mpon girls. This is one of the many steps t are being taken to form more unity be- een the two groups of girls. Various money-making projects were dertaken by the girls. The Varsity Cheer- Liders sponsored a beef-raffle and sold memade suckers. The main project of the " Cheerleaders was baking pies ordered r Thanksgiving. The Pompon girls held veral bake sales and plan to hold a raffle. During the football season, the goal posts Vangie Mariscal, Barbara Rieffer were decorated by the Varsity Cheerleaders. They further showed their creativity by put- ting up around campus signs to promote school spirit. Also to foster enthusiasm among students, they sold spirit ribbons. For the first time, in order to boost team spirit, the Pompon girls decorated the lock- ers before each home game and sent goodies to the team at halftime. The Cheerleaders and Pompon girls are selected by the Student Body each spring. Try-outs are held in the gym and voting is done by secret ballot. When they have won the election, their work is just beginning. During the year they spend many hours working out routines and practicing with the band for their shows. 63 Q2 Band Entices Publi '-5 af " Aw f- ' fe N f-5 lst Row: Eric Sweat, Guy Hatch,-Ioe Padilla, Bobby Siebert: Smith, Alma Ayala, Gloria Villarreal, Richard 2nd Row: Sue McDaniel, JohnnyCrawford, jeanneCrawford, Charlie Goff, Billy Brackett, Daniel Barkley, f'5 5 QQQPF'f5f all 'Q f w S Paula Lary, john Adrian, Lytle Riefferg 3rd Row: Susie Crawford. Lori Rodriouez. Stella Crawford 64 OFFICERS: Bill Nix, Vice-President: KennethCoi1, ident: Darrell jordan, Secretary: johnnyCrawford, DIRECTOR: Mr, Deg,-3213 ger: jimmy Busby, Treasurer This year the band, under the direc- ion of Mr. Frenck DeGrazia, has taken n active part in the school's activities. special pep band was present at every ep Assembly and added to the spirit of he school. On the days of a home game, he band loaded into a truck and let the own know about the game by playing ight songs down Main Street. The Drum Majorette, Debbie Garcia, ed the band through difficult movements or the halftime shows during the foot- " season. Practice for the shows in- long hours of time and effort. The highlight of the year for the band when they traveled to the State Fair November 2. Accompanied by pom- girls, Jan Baker, Candi Frizzell, ngie Mariscal and Kim Westfall, they down the Avenue of Flags at and spent the rest of the day and ly evening on their own. The band's ject for raising money this year is candy. dawnm- X , Tw X. X 'Q TT TT -. LTA, 1 l, iw ,KE - T: Ts., T' Nw 'Y' T -'Ci gy lli- - T T ,TTA T TT l V' it ' M , ,,,M,,M,, ...Wig T ll ,, Tv.. T T TT-T-TT , 4 , -. , , tv. -ful wilt ' W Q fihT"?"g W Wx 'ala 'wif Ti tml ' W ul . . X V it-nm' ' M . X "nm, f N X M .AMA ' A ' in ,W . T. L .X 1 V , Twig? : l TT T T T ' "" rv Q ,A lm, at , l W,TTll" zx. , i M 'T 1. it ' T T A in T Qi Mixwt- 'Wifi' " " ' i TT ' A Tv-.T A 1 T T , ' 3 K f W Q ,y M T T TTTT 3 :TV ., ' , ...Q ja wk -X. T A Tw U U Tm t ZA' Ji? .T AH 4 rm X 3 ,if rfg k -.fra sm!!! ' it , :YET ' 'i . T TT T- 2 - Q M T f T TTT , , WT " X WX' Tr - X MM' .TWK-,3' , T My T T' 'T ' 'N if NT -N T T fy 'fp 'vi TT Y"-U M 1 -'meg' LT 'I' V ' WTTWT. -. I T .M 'i,,TW' W. S'.,.,.' . T '93, A , -w 'f f' .- ..mf U- T T f.TnTTT',r .T B Band shows off one of the many formations on the football field during morning practice. th Musical Ability fi 15 i Kenneth Coil, Keith Hezmalhalch, Darrell I , - T TTTTTTT T T' 'N " T-T T ' ,Tiff T , TT TTT it T. L 1' , ' H W W N K Q T X f""s J, J Row' Tom Suttles, Brad Hannah, Jim Busby, Greg Jordan, David Daniel: 3rd Row: Tom I opeg, Scott Farmer le ' ' ' a Rehberg, 2nd Row. Mark Lloyd, DannyA1ston, Dan Reyes, Steve Acuna, Ricky ieffer, Ernie Contreras N ww an-.., 66 Band provides spirit and music for the Homecoming Parade. Front: Peggy Villarreal: Standing: Peggy Goins, Debbie Garcia, Lupe Ortiz -Tl-X S1 A ' 'ef or 5 if T' -' 'N ' ,i 3 sim .173 1 Q S V - , N M ' ' " fd liwfmw Q , 2 'W -+x 17, V ' A m:E2,2iM4Nvwi"FV X 1. i fb i s if 1 2 f n ' l L Q 5' ' N W M it W V 'W if n 'X l'i'f9W it l V llllllllff Wi - 'V 4, We N it w X,,,t w N it wt , Q 1 , V x if W 1, . up X ,,,., . Y . , A N M f wx i iiii Q M' i H A' ff' it Mi"-i ff 'fn i i 3 J 5 i ' b if ' E' , 1 i tr V il 2 X A' ' A E , 4 ty ' ' E I X ' ,. , - f 'WW it i i nl 5 X l i an W' , , ,Mlm "i' , i wi X 1 , i Q. f M fiwi tifsff 5 'ev""'i A 3 i M X K nl.-MP1 l I i Jr-f-'ff' imf"""' fir i l l it i i, i l i iiit i i. will 1lif,QlQMvM""4'iT , M""l"' li if 'S "' 9 ' ...ggi 'AH' . 4 V 4 , ,,1k.f' , WN, Band is practicing at dress rehearsal. I I I Chorus Adds Sparkle It is the function of the chorus to provide usical entertainment for our community as ell as our school. Under the direction of r. DeGrazia, the chorus has performed at rious clubs in our community such as the lst Row: Trisha Dawson, Secretaryg Celia Argel, Vice-President: Celina Argel, Treasurer: 2nd Row: Robert Ruiz, President: Barbie Goins, Librarian: Mr. DeGrazia, Director Elks Club, PTA, Music Club andthe Women's Club. During the Christmas holidays , the chorus performed at three concerts, the last of which was presented to the entire student body. Although the quality of the chorus depends heavily upon the voices of the members and the direction of the con- ductor, it must also depend upon the talents of the piano accompanists. This year's accompanists were Lynnette Padilla, Patsy Padilla and Andrea Feliz. The special group consists of a small, selected group of girls. Their purpose is to sing at local club gath- erings such as the Music Club, which, when held in the home, can accommo- date only a limited number of people. The members are: Kathy Kent, Trisha Dawson, Andrea Feliz, Sissy Roer, Lupe Ortiz, Ria Padilla, Dinker Holt, M a r g a r e t Robertson, Donna Mc- Williams, Frieda Carrasco and Olga Cathemer. Row: Lupe Ortiz, Kathy Kent, Andrea Feliz, Marsha Valarie Holt: 3rd Row: Pati Roberts, Peggy Goins, Sissy n, Suzanne Smith, Robin Savory, Yolanda Romero, Roer, Linda Garcia, Kathleen Robinson, Frieda Carrasco, sther Lopez: 2nd Row: Trisha Dawson, Barbie Goins, Zerrelda Zapata elia Argel, Celina Argel, Ria Padilla, Kim Foncannon, 67 lst Row: Peggy Telling, Margaret Gloria Villarreal, Andrea Feliz, Lynnette Jeralynn Austin, Terry Siebert, Patsy 3rd Row: Jennifer Cruise ACCOMPANISTS: Andrea Feliz, Lynnette Padilla, Patsy Padilla lst Row: George Myers, Frank jauregui, Jerald Sullivan: Richard s , Danny Reyes, Edward Herndon, Ken 2nd Row: Larry Gutierrez, Peter Feliz, joe Argel, David Delmar Holland, Robert Ruiz, Andy Jimenez, jeff Silvas, David Encinas, john jauregui: 3rd Row: jim 68 2nd Row: Darlene Taylor, Carla Ca A if E XXXX X XXX, X X X XX X A SXWXX ' X Y XXWXW ' XM , Xml it Eff X Q.. X N XXXXXXXXX, , ii, . XY . P71 ,. X . xxx -X: X ,XX XXJ' , x,!, ::.X:'X:XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXM. X fl W- X X, XXX X XXXXXXXX XXN' xxfXXXXQNXQ5 XWXXXXXXX -XX- X KX XX XXX ,GX-XXXX'XWXWfF15kRX'-X-I-,XX 'm.f7X4hXX X' .-Nw N X. 1' - , QX . X XXX -I X f XXX XQXXWQ 'X . 61 'Q-'X ffiifn , X iz .T -2 . XgwfXXXXX?XQ:XX'?W57xX:XX" ,. X' X XWMXX XX X XXXXXX'Fu:3W21XWX- WXXXXM'WJX" 'A XX u K X V X 3 X X , XWX X I S XXXXX XX -X XX Nga QXXXX. WXXS35 X , XX'X'5 .. ll, 1 lst Row: Debbie Garcia, Angelina Manjarres, Carolyn Lippert, Ana Molina, Virginia Wolven, Becky Ruiz, Jan Baker: 2nd Row: Trisha Dawson, Lynda Martinez, Olivia Martinez, Nancy Lippert, Kara Lewis, Valerie Holt, Bernadette Joaquin, Mary Jean Granillog 3rd Row: Teresa Z Ole! El Club lst Row: Dodi Ramirez, Josie Lake, Maria Padilla: 2nd Row: Mr. John Borquez, Adviser: Andy Jimenez 70 Argel, Candi Frizzell, Peter Feliz, Marcella Wolven, Bec Baker, Joe Ortiz, Rusty Ortiz: 4th Row: Dorothy Joaqui Joe Moody, David Silvas, Belinda Garcia, Olivia Lizarrag Lupe Ortiz, Julia King de Espafxo This year's Spanish Club is very a tive, having many new projects and cha lenges to take on. Early this year, the Club electedi officers as follows: Andy Jimenez, Pres dentg Maria Padilla, Vice-Presidentg Do Ramirez, Secretaryg and Josie Lak Treasurer. Mr. Borquez is their advise ln October the Spanish Club held Pinata Party which was repeated throug out the year at the end of each month honor the members whose birthdays o cur during that month. The Spanish Club had a very succes ful Taco Day in October. Not only did t students of FUHS enjoy the tangy gourrn foods of Mexico, but also many of t town's business men shared in this feas The Spanish Club had many more Tac Days. W mp Row: Maria Padilla, Terry Arndt, Tony Jimenez, Philip Gomez, Robert Ruiz, Andy Jimenez, Cyndy Felix, Betty Lopez, Margaret Ruiz: 3rd Row: Debbie Valdez, Joyce Montgomery, Joe Felix 'C-U .ff Lyd Padilla, Eddie Dodi Ramirez, Tomi McCann, Barbara Rieffer, Josie Lake, Marsha Wahlman: Christina Felix, Maria Whittaker, Kim Westfall: 4th Row: Frank Celaya, Joe Ria Padilla, Rachel Padilla, Martha Garcia, David Celaya, 'LW we Q 1 1 " H -i., , V W ' "Y'."1'f:l . i i Q1 , W M 1 !,,A ,f lasse 73 Seniors Bid 1-Idle AL ' ? Z gi4' .L: M y M, ' L M I W P- 'W QR 1 lf? I-LJ g- rw ' pl' fl 5 my 'Yi K ' ' 'h fjgi f 3 . Si. , 'rg -V1 s Yg, irw 'iff P OFFICERS: Maria Padilla, President: Jan Baker,Treasurer Cand1 Frizzell, Secretary: Trisha Dawson, Vice-President SPONSORS Mr Harms Mrs Barteau Mr SSPVISS 74 FUIIS DIS ADRIAN pher Staff 4: FTA 4: NEDT Award 2: Voice of mocracy Award 3, 4 VID ALVARADO A 1 LIA ARGEL A 3: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, e-President 4 LINA ARGEL A 3, 4: Library Gophers Secretary 4: Pep b 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4 RESA ARGEL A 1, 2, 3, 4: FI-lA 2: National Honor Society 3, retary 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club easurer 2, 3, 4: Alternate Delegate to Girls' te 3 RRY ARNDT sketball 1, 2:FreshmanC1ass President: Foot- 1 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, retary-Treasurer 4: National Honor Society e-President 3, President 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, easurer 4' Golf 3 4' S anish Club 2 Presi 1 1 1 p 1 ' t 3, 4: Student Council President 4: Track l: DT Award 2: Outstanding Junior Boy 3: Dele- e to Boys' State: Student Council Workshop: 1- Conference Football JAN BAKER Annual 4: Junior Class Treasurer: Senior Cla Treasurer: GAA 2: Gopher Staff 2, 3, 4: FTA FHA 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: P Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pompon 3, Captain 4: Tennis Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 1, 2:ASU Meda lion of Merit 3: DAR Award 4: Pornpon Camp JEFF BORREE Annual Staff 3, Editor 4: FTA 3: National Hon Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus Treasurer 4: Alternate Delegate to Boys' State 3 NANCY BRITTON Transfer Student 4: Library Gophers 4 CARL BUSSEY Transfer Student 4 ARTHUR CABRERA FFA 2: Chorus 4 WILLIAM D, CAPELL, JR. Baseball l, 2: Basketball l, 2, 3, Captain Football l, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: P Club 1, 2: Track 1, 2: A11-Conference Basketb 3: Homecoming Candidate 1 RLA CARETTO orus 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 1, 2, 3, 4g p Club 1, 2, 3, 4 IEDA A. CARRASCO sketball 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA President 4: GAA 1, 3, 4: Library Gophers 37 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, anish Club 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4 ESTER CARTWRIGHT sketball l, 43 FFA 1, 23 Football 3: Library phers 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3 VID CELAYA nd l, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA 2, Repor- 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 4: FTA 4: Lettermen's b 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Chess Club 1 ANK CELAYA seball l, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Sopho- re Class President: FTA 3, 4: Letter-men's uh 2, 3, President 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 1, 2: Track 1 TRICIA CHERRY KENNETH COIL Band 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Lett men's Club 4: Thespians 2: Track Manager 2 4: Music Camp 3 DAVID COLE Baseball 2 JOHNNY CRAWFORD Band 1, 2, 3, 4 MARGARET DANIELS PATRICIA IRENE DAWSON Annual Staff 4: junior Class Secretary: Sen Class Vice-President: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gop Staff 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4: Span Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, Secretary 4 CHRISTINA FELIX GAA 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 3,4 D FELIX eball Manager 1: FFA 1, 2, Sentinel 3: Foot- 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Thespians 2 FELIX Greenhand Vice-President 1, 2, 3, Repre- tative 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen'sC1ub 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Stu- t Council 4: Thespians 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: ecoming King 4 ER S. FELIZ ual Staff 3, 4: Gopher Staff 4: FTA 3, 4: ional Honor Society 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish b 2, 3, 4: Thespians 2: Chorus 1, 4 CY FERRAN nsfer Student 4 NDICE LYNN FRIZZELL ansfer Student 2: Annual Staff 3, 4: Senior ss Secretary: Gopher Staff 4: FTA Secretary Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pompon 3, Co-Captain 4: nis 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians Secre- y 2: Chorus 1: Journalism Camp 3 'RRY GARNER . A 1, 2, 3, 4: Gopher Staff 4: FTA 4: FHA 1, 2, 4: National Honor Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 'Tennis 4: Thespians 1, 2 frm--' 1""f"""Q1 'fiit ' , J: Miilwtgyfv W 1 M, !"i:x.,gW1fi'?:X2i 41 NWA WW' 79 2 BARBARA GOINS GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 1, 2, 3, 4: Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 PHILIP GOMEZ Band 2: Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Football l, 3, 4: FTA 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Pep Club Spanish Club 4: Track 2, 4: All-Conference Fo ball 4: All Pinal County 4 DEBRA HATCH Transfer Student 2: Chorus 4 EDWARD HERNDON Band 3, 4: Chorus 4 DELMAR HOLLAND Band 2: BaSeball 1, 2: F0Otba1l 1,2, 3, 4: Lette men's Club 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, Chorus 4 ANDREW JIMENEZ, JR. Baseball l, 2, 4: FFA 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Library Gopher's 4: P Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, Vice-President President 4: All-Conference Baseball 2: Cho 2, 3, 4 E JIMENEZ, JR. A 1, 2, 3, 4 Rv1N F. JUAN A 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4 LIA KING pher Staff 4: FTA 4: National Honor Society 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 SAN LAMAR ual Staff 3, 4: Cheerleader Captain 2, 3, Co- ptain 4: FFA Sweetheart 2: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: tional Honor Society 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3 4: nnis 2: Freshmen Class Representative: Stu- nt Council Secretary 3, 4: Delegate to Girls' ate 3 GGY LEWIS brary Gophers 1, 4 THUR MACIAS seball Manager 2: Basketball l, 2: Football 1, 3, 4: FTA 4: Pep Club 4: Track 3 1 ,Mika nw ,w ., 5gg:v5-w'w-a:f-g1wpy'-- L faq:-11: f V111"Wmwwv:mwm, ,wlfwwllx l ,- 4 sw ,, lx. 1 mwwllw-fi. 'xlwwm n u , ,t-,swccsw yu -.ws-wb, 1 .sw-,Q 11.-ww'gll:ls"'.Ww,11--,-g'5Qt1:n'11, Wwvwl iing.a EDDIE MANJARRES Football 1: Track 2, 4: FFA 1, 2, 4: Band Library Gophers 3 LOUIE MARTINEZ, JR. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: FFA Greenha Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lette men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Gophers 4: P Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespia Treasurer 1, 2 ANA LYLIA MOLINA Band 1: GAA 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: FHA 2, 3, 4: tional Honor Society 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Po pon 2, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 ARTHUR MOLINA Band 4: FFA 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2 FRANCINE MONTANO GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 4: NEDT Awa JOE MOODY Q Annual Staff 4: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, Football 1, 3, 4: Gopher Staff 4: FTA 3: Lette men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Senior Class Representative: Thespians Golf Camp 1 K MOORE ansfer Student 3: FFA 3, 4: Pep Club 4 E MCAFEE A 1, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, 4: Pep b 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 4 DIE MCAFEE ansfer Student 3: Annual Staff 4 M1 McCANN A 4: FHA 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 43 anish Club 3, 4: Outstanding junior Girl REL McNEIL A 1, Reporter 2, Secretary 3, President 4: A 4: National Honor Society 3, Vice-President ' Tennis 1, 2: Student Council Treasurer 4: lhespians 1, 2: Representative to Boys' State UPE RUTH ORTIZ A 1, 2, 3, 4: Gopher Staff 43 FTA 43 Majorette 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: orus 2, 3, 4 Wwihg , nn i i iwuwuuiw "llgpgnirw 'Wi 'iw ,N 83 LYDIA PADILLA Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-captain 4: Sophomore Cl Secretary: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gopher Staff Edito FTA 4: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Span Club Secretary 3, 4: Senior Class Representat LYNNETTE PADILLA Sophomore Class Representative: junior C1 Vice-President: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gopher Staff FHA 2, 3, President 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4 MARIA CELESTE PADI LLA Annual Staff 4: junior Varsity Cheerleader Freshman Class Vice-President: junior C1 President: Senior Class President: Gopher St Editor 4: FTA Vice-President 4: National Ho Society 3, Treasurer 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4 JOHN PERKINS Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: F 1, 2: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 4: Choru DOLORES RAMIREZ Annual Staff Business Manager 4: FreshmanC1a Treasurer: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gopher Staff 4: F"II 4: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pompon Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 4:ThespiansTrea urer 2 VICTORIA RAMIREZ Freshman Class Secretary: GAA 1, 2: Nation Honor Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Pompon 2: Go 1: Spanish Club 2: Thespians 1: Pompon Camp LE W. REHBERG nd 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: FFA 1: Football 1, Pep Club 1 LE RIEFFER nd 4: Tennis 1: NEDT 2 ARGARET ROBERTSON nior Class Representative: GAA 1, 2: FHA 2, 4: National Honor Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 4: ennis 1: Spanish Club 2: Chorus 4 ENRY RODRIQUEZ aseball 1, 2, 4: FFA Chapter Secretary 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Pep lub 3: Track 3 OBERT W. ROMERO FA 1: Football 1, 2, 3, Manager 4: Lettermen's lub 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4: ll-Conference Track 3 ERCY RUIZ HA 1: Library Gophers 1 ROBERT RUIZ Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Junior Sergean at-Arms: Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: FTA Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 2: Track 1, 2, 4: Chorus 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: All Conference Football 2, 3, 4: All-State Footballi 4: Homecoming Candidate 2: All-Pinal County All Star Game 4 SALVADOR RUIZ, JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3 DAVID SILVAS Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Freshman Class Representative: Sophomore Class Vice President: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 4: Lettermen'q Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3- 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians l:Chorus 3, 4 All-Conference Baseball 3 CLIFFORD SMITH FTA 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2: National Hono Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2: Tennil 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 MARY L. SMITH GAA 4: Library Gophers 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND VILLA FFA l, 2, Vice-President 3, Vice-President, District Reporter and President, State Vice President, State Farmer, Delegate to Nationa Convention 4: FTA 3, President 4: Spanish Clu 2, 3, 4: Student Council Vice-President 4: Star Chapter Farmer 4 ICK VILLANUEVA and 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: FFA , 2, 3: Football 1, 2,3, 4: Lettermen'sC1ub 2, 3, LORIA VILLARREAL nnual Staff 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 3: Library ephers 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ARSHA WAHLMAN nnual Staff 3, Co-Editor 4: Sophomore Class reasurer: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1: National onor Society 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish lub 2, 3, 4: journalism Camp 3: Voice of Demo- racy Speech, 2nd Place Z ICHAEL WAINSCOTT asketball 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Track : Transfer Student 2 ARIA C. WHITTAKER AA 3: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Pompon 3: panish Club 3, 4 AMES WINGATE FA 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3 ---if w. x M- 1- U W' , , . MARCELLA WOLVEN FHA 1, Secretary 2, Parliamentarian 3, National Honor Society 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 JAMES WURM Transfer Student 4 and show off their finished product. 'f , 01- Seniors work on their float' . . . 0' ix O l, l ,fl 33,7 wh ml va OFFICERS: Kathy Kent, Treasurer: Patsy Padilla, President: Nancy Lippert, Vice-Pres1dent:Davm Frizzell, Secretary llllltrrs Prtbve 'EO Be Ready for Leadership Of the four years spent in high l, the Junior year is by far the In order to raise sufficient for their long dreamed of Junior- prom, the class operated the 1 stand during football sea- held dances, and sponsored a raf- ne for a portable color television set. Homecoming proved to be very ex- siting for the Juniors. For the first me in FUHS history a Junior was lrowned homecoming queen. One of the most memorable days EII16 on November 12, when the Jun- rs received their class rings. As a result of much time and ef- Ert the Juniors honored the Seniors a fabulous prom held at Central rizona College. The Juniors of 1971 have setavery od example for the up-coming Jun- rs. They have shown themselves to willing to take on the responsibility being next year's leading class. SPONSORS: B. J, Dbwdy, Mrs. Donna Faulkner, Melvin Gardner 89 3 U I, Y' 4 P: 'T' V wr 5, CM on uf: , if il X N, ii ' 9, 2 W ' , w ll' W 'W W N: Y if NNN my 'f X W l x My ,swwt T Ae W r , N X Y: f 'if i A f la w aa e 2 . V : iw-X ll 1 , V M' ' W- W if H X , 90 If Ernie Castro Ernie Contreras John Coomer Brent Cooper Stella Crawford David Daniel Geary Diaz Mike Ellsworth Art Encinas Danny Felix John Felix Andrea Feliz .N ,, ww will .N ,, Fm. ' ,L , ' N ' QW X la Q P a all tri, M' TW 'S tlilzliili i fx it -tl i f lm-' ft 1, ,+I .- it Jim YV ' A X 1 Alice Adrian Reyes Alvarado Charles Anderson James Angley joe Argel Alma Ayala Debbie Brandfas Charles Bussey Rita Cartwright at f, . i C, 'Ti' ' ff ' V 1 ell, 1 'Y ,+a,..w - 'ii' "" ' ' 1 ki i ' FE ll M AQ , ,fit x av W J gif "Nw UGA , HS my 1 1 , al X X ,wr v , x X fm twawx 'i"- y "XX, , , L. A - X , R -far no 09 .u H44 X Davsm Frizzell Belinda Garcia Debbie Garcia Linda Garcia Ted Gomez Pat Granillo Patsy Gutierrez Pat Henry Wife 5'-HQ' V 'P XXX A W i n rv, X F Y x ,M J 1: , 1, 1, X X X X A XFX XX X3 W 'W X ' X ,A , if X K 'X . X X x Y 1 Q. jimmy Herndon Dorothy Joaquin Rebecca johnson Gene Kartchner Kathy Kent Josie Lake Paula Lary Thomas Lease Kara Lewis Nancy Lippert Olivia Lizarraga Linda Lopez ' a f my man U v X n ! Mike Lopez Karen Lunsford Angelina Manjarres Edmundo Manjarres Vangie Mariscal Lynda Martinez Mario Molina N Richard Montano Joyce Montgomery , " 4 . awww 1 K ,X W X' M, T X, i N 1 N "" f i P 'Ze if L i f l X ' 41, Ffa-n 5 ,aa , , N ,X - ah. 3 Re " 1 'N H li wi ll 1330953 W J N 1' -N iw Q x W W 1 R N N '- ' .-jg N 2 'Aff illwwlig ' L q in 3 in if WR X' X Y 1 X Nw Richard Neely Bill Nix Edward Ortega George Ortiz David Padilla Patsy Padilla Rachel Padilla Barbara Ramon Danny Reyes Barbara Rieffer Pati Roberts Benny Rodriquez Elaine Roer Rudy Ruiz Matilda Sanisya Sylvia Sauceda Loretta Smith Richard Smith Suzanne Smith ,I erry Sullivan Bill Surtles Debbie Valdez Gloria Villanueva Mitch Villarreal David Wakefield john Wells Kim Westfall jim Williams Barbara Wingate Virginia Wolven Zerrelda Zapata Tinxes to .1 , ey My w Gfbyvkaw . B 0961 01 X Raising Rlloney y Is Sophonxores' 1-ling SPONSORS: Miss Crough, Mr. Hamilton, Miss Gomes OFFICERS: Becky Ruiz, Secretary: Tony Jimenez, President: joe Ortiz, Treasurer: Becky Baker, Vice-President It always seems as if the sopho- mores have the same problem that has plagued sophomores of previous years. They just don't have enough money in their treasury for next year's prom. So the Sophomore Class has the burden of raising the money. Although dues help build up their treasury, the majority of the sopho- mores' money must come from money- making projects. The Class of '73 has done remark- ably well increasing their treasury from S39 at the beginning of the year, to 3145. They raised their treasury by sell- ing pens and by winning first prize for their Homecoming float. They also set dues at 31.00 for the year. This year's sophomores have pro- ven to be quite good in the art of raising money, and it looks as if they will be able to have a very extravagant prom. 95 Peggy Caffall Steve Acuna J ohn Adrian Mike Alston Bill Baker Rebecca Baker Lynn Ba1dw1n Billy Brackett james Busby Brenda Bussey Cynthia Carter Terry Cartwright Olga Cathemer J ohn Celaya Bobby Cox Deborah Crawford Rueben Daniels Marlon Duer David Encinas Cynthia Felix Martha Garcia Patricia Garner J oseph Goff Mary jean Granillo Larry Gutierrez Steve Gutierrez Brad Hannah Guy Hatch Thomas Hatch Brent Henry R 7433 H ' yi i Q Keith Hezmalhalch Valarie Holt Tim Horlacher Betty Huntley john J auregui Tony Jimenez Bernadette Joaquin Darrell jordan Gary Lantz Carol Lindsay Carolyn Lippert N-Bet Lopez .wx ii L XX X 1 by 97 Cecilia Padilla Fred Padilla Raymon Padilla Bobbie Patton Sylvia Polk john Pyeatt Peter Reyes Esther Lopez Olivia Martinez Lloyd Mathis Naomi Mathis Sally Molina Gary Moore George Myers Michael Myers Dennis McAfee Rosie Sue McDaniel Louanna McKinney Donna McWilliams Rex Neal Gilbert Ortiz joseph Ortiz Russell Ortiz Micaela Rieffer Abel Rodriquez Lori Rodriquez Yolanda Romero Charles Ruiz Larry Ruiz Margaret Ruiz Rebecca Ruiz Robert Siebert Theresa Siebert ,I ean Slaughter Barbara Smith Betty Lou Smith Eric Sweat Darlene Taylor Peggy Telling S, I v' Xl mg xx Daniel Villanueva Mar uerita Villarreal 'Rifert Villarrea Steve Wells Robert Wilson Rita Wooten joe Zapata t Frosh Off to a Good OFFICERS: Jerry White, Vice-President: Pam Harvey, Secretary: Sheffield jordan, President: Charles Goff, . The Freshmen quickly adjusted to high school routine. Having been visitors to the campus on step-up day, they were not complete stran- gers to the school. On August 18 and 19, accompanied by their parents, they came to the library to register. September 11 was Initiation Day. In the afternoon, freshman boys rode the bus to the foot of Poston Butte to whitewash the traditional F. The girls had to dress up in old, cast- Off clothes. That night, the Student Council honored them at the Fresh- man Handshake Dance welcoming the class as members of associated students. At their first class meeting they elected the following officers to serve for the 1970-71 year: Presi- dent, Sheffield Jordang Vice-Presi- dent, Jerry Whiteg Secretary, Pam Harveyg Treasurer, Charlie Goff. 100 ADVISERS: Mr. Quaing, Mrs. Mohr, Mr. Adams nf Af X 1: 'ta A 'ml Danny Alston ' Augustine Alvarado Jeralynn Austin ff , w. , K fi -A ,Q 19- -fy ,L lk 4' iw 4-' i i,, M, , ,., , ...wi X ,W , lf X MQ v X ,W l x l M 1. Bob Baker Gary Baldwin Terry Ballard Daniel Barkley , Larry Bell A , Steve Bramlett , Wx, X if exif Q48 Q2 Greg Celaya Marie Celaya Rita Celaya David Cluff Anna Contreras Bill Coomer Dana Crawford Jeanne Crawford Lorraine Crawford Jennifer Cruise Irene Daniel Elizabeth DeArman Janet Brewer Jay Dee Busby Roger Bussey ' w N H !,!" N -, f 4' Qi, 1 ': A ' ' i s W A ' ' 1 .1 S 1 M41 ' X , ,M N SM M, X aft iwii . 3 'mill' l w , 1 ww gsw Q X ' ,rw , ' i y n. QW ,fi iw , ,ii,,,,-.. 1 V, xi , ,mu 1 X - X ,-r A 'PS' ,Q 'f ,:?Y'y K i c., W A X El NIS. ...M vsx XX i Wi sig lf! 3' 'v iii 5 lo ll, 1 "I nr x , 5 H , " l Xl M XXXXW X N ae 9 Enedina Diaz Carolyn Dillon jackie Eversole Louis Felix Marsha Feliz Scott Farmer Kim Foncannon Kelly Freeman Rosalie Garcia Theodora Garcia Charles Goff Peggy Goins 4-24' A 1 X ,pdl f l X X X X X xi X XX 5X X W 3 X X in -XMX X XW ' Y X XX A' XxX XX XXX Xb XX X X X XV ML J? WXXXV WM X ,fjf X A fl WX' 'T' X ' WY sg. ,X P A SXQMIN 'ij 1 ,... 1 An- ,,. Hi iX Wi i ' XX X X X Ab f new 5 in 1 A A 1 ,A ax Qs - L 4? ,A Sarah Gutierrez Mike Hammer Pam Harvey Susan Henry Freddie Herndon 'Thomas Hickmar Belinda james F rankie J aigggi, Diane Johnson Sheffield Jordan Robert King Daniel Knight V bm, A -6 L ' x K' 'ww' Xb ,L A ,L 125' ' I Q53 . X LW, 5 ., y, l li M "K if , , ll X ,7 X EF Bill McVicker Margie Neal Charlene Nowlin Dennis Pablo J oe Padilla Michael Pappas Carolyn Pensyl Rhonda Pope Dora Ramirez Doris Ramirez Henrietta Ramirez Fred Ramon rw L X , XM L C w w, , ' ,a l x X f Qgffr M 1 ,- A' L 1 w i J , , F E w" f'fl'f4 5 in C P QE' .,,a X - ,lf ,. V X v N- 'N , X X fi, R 4- V il ful' . LW i f liqsl vgghxuv M N 'fa " ,N 4 V, 1 i .ix My ,M 3 wg: W b .,iw3,, ,.i?f: N 10. xii W M all XQYYQM m y may KX 'N 4, Danny Lippert Mark Lloyd Andy Lopez l Tommy Lopez Darrell Mallon Lee Malmo Dagoberto Molina Rose Marie Man'arres J Cheryl Moore Oscar Murrillo J ames McAfee Bobby joe McKinney K , ""T' ,za ' X in li' 'Cf . T if ix E l fr' 1 J r als.. 'l 'lt S .,X., 5 F ii? fx Jerald Sullivan Tom Suttles Tim Terry Harold Thomas Etta Thurman Richard Tuttle Violet Van Vorst Richard Villanueva jerry White Leroy White David Williams Jane Wingate Ruben Reyes Jim Richards Steve Rieffer Ricky Rieffer Kathleen Robinson Alonzo Sauceda Robin Savory Rosa Sepulveda Louie Sepulveda Dee Simpson Mary Slaughter Louis Smith Adnlinistration 4 V 1 . ww.-W., Active Year for School Board The school board consists of five mem- bers. They meet regularly on the second Thursday of each month, and call special meetings as needed. At these meetings which are open to the public, they discuss and act upon matters that pertain to the welfare of the students and the teachers. This has been an exceptionally active year for our board of education. In addition to holding twelve regular meetings, they have had to call many special meetings to take care of the many details of an extensive building program planned for this year and the summer months. There were bonds to be issued and sol building plans and specifications to be inve tigated, and dozens of papers to be rea considered, and signed. This was the respo sibility of our board. Mr. Edward Padilla the clerk, having served as a member sin 1969. Mrs. Frances Sult was appointed tot board in October, 1951. She has served co tinuously since that time. This year she w pr e s ide nt . Mrs. Mary Chandler, Re Nicholas White, and Mr. Jack Palmer we all elected to the board in 1969. L-tl, lst R ow: Mrs. Frances Sult, Mr. jack Palmer, Mrs. Mary Chandler: 2nd R ow: Rev. Nicholas White, Mr. Edward ssgm,,, ...W ,Qin Padi lla 106 WHT e JF .XE cj ,J Nlr. Goar Conmpletes Fourth Year Mr. Goar, our superintendent, came to orence in 1967 from Parker, Arizona, ere he had been principal at Parker High hool. Born in Ajo, Mr. Goar attended school ere, graduating from Ajo High School in 49. He enlisted in the United States Air rce after having completed three semes- rs at ASU. Following his discharge from .e Air Force, Mr. Goar registered at the of A. He received his Bachelor of Science gree in 1957 from the UofA. The next two ars he spent in Tucson at Flowing Wells gh School as teacher and head basketball ach. In the sunnner of 1959, he was selec- ted to coach the annual All-Star game in Flagstaff. In 1959, Mr. Goar accepted acon- tract at Camelback High School in Phoenix with duties similar to those he had at Flow- ing Wells. He left Camelback in 1962 to be- come Dean of Students at Sunnyside High School in Tucson, a position he held for four years. He was awarded his Master of Arts degree at Arizona State University in 1961. This is Mr. Goar's fourth year as Super- intendent of FUHS. He has served the com- munity as well as the school with great pride. We both admire and respect Mr. Goar for his services at FUHS. 107 Adlninistrators Offer Miss Bernice McNaught is now in her third year as counselor at FUHS. She came to Flor- ence with much experience in dealing with stu- dents. Having graduated from Wyley High School in Terre Haute, Indiana, she attended Indiana State University where she received her degrees. She earned a bachelor of science degree inphysical education and a masters degree in guidance and counseling. Some of her former positions include Dean of Women at the University of Nevada and Dean of Girls at Sunnyside High School where she was employed prior to joining the FUHS staff. After getting settled at Florence, Miss McNaught assumed the responsibilities of Guid- ance Counselor. She also assists the National Honor Society and Student Council as advisor. 108 In 1953, FUHS welcomed Frank Arthur Celaya to the teac staff. Before teaching at FUHS, graduated from the University Arizona and taught one year Florence Elementary School. Mr. Celaya has taught many jects here, including Spanish social studies. He has coached fn ball and baseball and has been visor for the Spanish Club, Let men's Club, and Student Coun Before retiring from coaching 1966 to take over his new duties Director of Athletics, he had ser as a part-time counselor. In 1968, Mr. Celaya was appo ed to the new position of Princ of FUHS. Some of his responsik ties and duties as principal deal' school improvement, all student fairs and interscholastic activit and public relations. GARY ADAMS Woodshop: Advanced Woodshop: Crafts: Auto Mechanics: Freshman Advisor MRS. LUANNE BARTEAU General Science: Social Studies: Senior Advisor JOHN BORQUEZ Spanish I, II: World History: Latin Amer- ican History: Spanish Club Advisor: Freshman Football Advisor: Varsity Basketball Advisor: Driver Education MISS MARIAN CROUGH English I, IV: Speech: Saguaro Advisor: Sophomore Advisor FRENCK DeGRAZlA Advanced Band: Beginners Band: Chorus: Music Appreciation B. J. DOWDY Algebra l: Chemistry: General Math: Junior Advisor 109 all 3 , ff 3 9' 5 5 .96 'Q i ii? ' ' in ww. ll 4' if is ry . 1- ix, faq, -1 .. - 4 Mrs. Donna Faulkner English I, III: Junior Advisor: FTA Advisor Melvin Gardner Advanced Biology: Biology: Spanish I: junior-A Visor Miss Carol Gomes Girls P,E,g Sophomore Advisorg GAA Adviso Pep Club Advisor: Pompon Advisor J ack Hamilton Shorthand: Typing I, II: Business Machine Office Practice: Sophomore Advisor Wayland Harris Boys P,E.: Senior Advisor: Varsity Football A visor: Track Advisor Mrs. Marcella Mohr Bookkeeping: General Business: Typinglg Fres man Advisor H0 " Mrs. Evelyn Pence Home Economics I, II: Family Living: FHA Ad- visor Roger Quaing English I, II: Freshman Advisor: Golf Advisor Richard Servies Algebra ll: General Math: Senior Math: Plane Geometry: Senior Advisor Robert Sotomayor Agriculture I, II, III, IV: Farm Shop: Advanced Farm Shop: FFA Advisor Miss Annie Laurie Turner Librarian: Library Science: Library Gophers Advisor Dan Turner U.S. History: Social Studies: j,V, Football Ad- visor: Varsity Baseball Advisor: Lettermen's Club Advisor Ill J lst Row: Celia Argel, Kara Lewis, Angelina Manjarres, Kim Westfall, Joyce Montgomery, Lyd Padilla, Marsha Wahlmanz 2nd R ow: jim Williams, joe Argel, Robert Romero, Joe Felix, Trisha Dawson, Lynda Martinez: 3rd Row: Mike Wainscott, Peter Feliz, Dodi Ramirez, Candi Frizzell, Josie Lake, Billy Capell, Delmar Holland: 4th Row: Sal Ruiz, Rudy Padilla, Frank Celaya, Joe Moody, Dawn Frizzell, John Felix, Bobby Cox, Diane McAfee Teachers' Aides Prove I-Ielpful lst Row: Teresa Argel, Lupe Ortiz, julia King, Patsy Padilla: 2nd R ow: Susie LaMar, Kerry Garner, Maria Padilla, Tomi McCann, Pati Roberts: 3rd Row: Wanda Calvert, Debbie Branfas,Micaela Rieffer, Nancy Lippert, M a r g a r e t Robertson 112 Students Learn Office Procedures As members of the office staff, the girls find much work in order to receive one-fourth of a credit. One period a day is spent by each girl to assist Mrs. Edwina Martinez, Mrs. Harriette Klingbeil, and Mrs. Helen Ortega. The girls pick up absence slips, record absences, and deliver bulletins. In addition to these standard procedures, the girls answer the telephone, file papers, and type. Harriette Klingbeil, Bookkeeper-Secretary Dolores Ramirez, Lynnette Padilla, Teresa Argel, Alma Ayala, Marsha Wahlman, Marcella Wolven M Q9 X sl Il 4 Mrs. Helen Ortega, Secretary Mrs. Edwina Martinez, Secretary lillaintenance ' ' J,B. Cartwright has night watch duty joe Valdez works on the plumbing. joe Padilla and joe Armas repair upholstery. 1 14 Our Tinxe Is Up: The Years Are Gone, Phe Class of '71 Nloves On! 531' n Euwujwluyw In Aziigom, Member Frdrml Dtpoxil lnrumiicc Corporalian Ou, ami like VGQQQIJ, ' Look to your nearby Valley Bank office for friendly guidance as you enter the business world. We are vitally interested in you, for tomOrrOw's Arizona leaders will come from your ranks. 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Black Canyon Highway 258-2651 - Phoenix 85009 SENIORS Adrian, Ardis-29, 38, 39, 75 Alvarado, David- 75 Argel, Celia-50, 58, 67, 75, 112 Argel, Celina-50, 51, 58, 67, 75 Argel, Teresa-41, 42, 54, 58, 70, 75, 112, 113 Arndt, Terry- 19, 22, 28,40, 42 52, 53, 58, 59, 71, 75 Baker, Janet-29, 36, 38, 39,43 58, 63, 70, 74, 76 Boree, jeff-36, 43, 68, 76 Index Martinez, Louie-5, 82 Molina, Ana Lylia-39, 43, 50 58, 70, 82 Molina, Arthur-82 Montano, Francine-54, 55, 56, 58, 82 Moody, joe-19, 22, 36, 41, 52 70, 82, 112 Moore, Jack-83 McAfee, Diane-83, 112 McAfee, Eydie-36, 37, 83 McCann, Tomi-39, 43, 50, 58 83, 112 McNeil, jerel-28, 39, 40, 42, 46, 83 Britton, Nancy-51, 76 Bussey, Carl- 76 Cabrera, Arthur- 76 Capell, William-8, 9, 22, 28, 52, A 76, 112 Caretto, Carla-50, 51, 68, 77 Carrasco, Elfrieda-54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 67, 77 Cartwright, Chester - 8, 9, 51, 58, 77 Celaya, David-13, 22, 38, 39, 44, 52, 58, 71, 77 Celaya, Frank-8, 9, 13, 22, 28, 52, 53, 58, 71, 112 Cherry, Patricia-51, 77 Coil, Kenneth- 18, 31, 64, 65, 68, 78 Cole, David- 78 Crawford, johnny-64, 78 Daniels, Margaret-78 Dawson, Patricia-20, 21, 36, 38, 54, 58, 67, 70, 74, 78, 112 Felix, Christina-71, 78 Felix, David-79 Felix, joseph- 22, 26, 27, 44, 58, 71, 79, 112 Feliz, Peter-36, 37, 38, 39, 41,43, 58, 68, 70, 79, 112 Frizzell, Candice-29, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 58, 63, 70, 74, 79, 112 Garner, Kerry-20, 38, 39, 43, 50, 54, 58, 79, 112 Goins, Barbara-39, 51, 67, 80 Gomez, Philip-17, 22, 28, 39, 52, 58, 71, 80 Hatch, Debra - 80 , Herndon, Edward- 65, 68, 80 Holland, Delmar- 22, 52, 58, 68, 80, 112 Jimenez, Andrew-13, 22, 52, 68, 70. 71, 80 Jimenez, joe-44, 81 juan, Marvin-81 King, Julia-38, 43, 58, 70, 81, 112 LaMar, Susan-20, 29, 36, 40, 43, 54, 55, 58, 62, 81, 112 Lewis, Peggy-51, 81 Macias, Arthur-16, 22, 39, 58, 81 Manjarres, Heriberto-82 126 Neal, Curtis-44, 52, 53, 58 Ortiz, Lupe-38, 54, 55, 57, 58, 67, 70, 83, 112 Padilla, Lydia-38, 39, 41, 50, 58, 62, 71, 84, 112 Padilla, Lynnette-20, 21, 38, 54 55 56, 58 6, , . , 3 34, Padilla, Maria-36, 38, 39, 41, 58, 70, 71. 74, 84 Perkins, john-84 Ramirez, Dolores - 26, 36, 38, 54, 57, 58, 71, 44, 66, 54. 48 113 42, 39, 50, 54, 55, 58, 70, 71, 84, 112, 113 Ramirez, Victoria - 84 Rehberg, Dale- 65, 85 Rieffer, Lytle- 64, 85 Robertson, Margaret-41, 43, 58, 68, 85, 112 Rodriguez, Henry-12, 13, 22, 52, 53, 85 Romero, Robert-52, 85, 112 Ruiz, Mercy-39, 50, 58, 85 Ruiz, Robert-22, 28, 39, 52, 67, 68, 71, 86 Ruiz, Salvador-22, 86, 112 Silvas, David-13, 22, 39, 41, 58, 68, 70, 86 Smith, Clifford-43, 86 Smith, Mary Lou - 86 Villa, Raymond-31, 39, 40, 44, 86 48, 44, 58, 53, 46, Villanueva, Nick-12, 13, 22, 52, 87 64 Villarreal, Gloria-51, 54, 68, 87 ' Wahlman, Marsha-29, 36, 67, 71, 87, 112, 113 58, 43, Wainscott, Michael-18, 22, 58, 112 Whittaker, Maria-50, 58, Wingate, james-22, 44, 87 Wolven, Marcella-43, 50, 113 . Wurm, james - 88 J UN I 0 R S Adrian, Alice - 90 Alvarado, Reyes - 90 87, 70, 58, 87, 71 88, Anderson, Charles-90 Angley, james-8, 9, 12, 13, 2 52, 90 Argel, joe-16, 24, 52, 59, 68 112 Ayala, Alma-50, 59, 64, 90 Brandfas, Deborah-90, 112 Bussey, Charles-24, 45, 90 Calvert, Wanda- 112 Cartwright, Rita-90 Castro, Ernest-22, 44, 46, 90 Contreras, Ernest-13, 24, 6 Coomer, john-8, 9, 38, 41, 4 Cooper, Brent- 18, 22, 52, 90 Crawford, Stella - 64, 90 Daniel, David- 16, 65, 90 Diaz, Geary- 16, 36, 37, 43, 52 90 Ellsworth, Mike-39, 90 Encinas, Arthur- 18, 22, -28 Felix, Daniel-16, 24, 52, 90' Felix, john-24, 39, 90, 112 Feliz, Andrea-59, 67,, 68, 90 Frizzell, Dawn-26, 27, 36, 37 54, 57, 59, 89, 91, 112 Garcia, Belinda-50, 54, 55, 56 59, 63, 70, 91 Garcia, Deborah-41, 54, 59, 7 Garcia, Linda-67, 91 Gomez, Theodore-91 Granillo, Patrick- 16, 24, 44, 5 Gutierrez, Patricia-45, 57, 91 Henry, Patrick-8, 9, 12, 24, 46, 91 Herndon, Jimmy-18, 24, 91 Joaquin, Dorothy-'38, 39, 41, 51, 59, 70, 91- johnson, Rebecca -'91 Kartchner, Gene - 44, 91 Kent, Kathy-36, 50, 54, 59, 63, 89, 91 Lake, Josie-38, 39, 43, 48, 54, 70, 71, 91,112 Lary, Paula-50, 64, 91 Lease, Tom-91 1 Lewis, Kara-39, 50, 54, 57, 59 91, 112 Lippert, Nancy-38, .43, 54, 55, 59, 70, 89, 91, 112 , Lizarraga, Olivia-54, 55, 56, 62, 70, 91 ' Lopez, Linda-91 Lopez, Mike- 12, 13, 22, 39, 44 52, 92 Lunsford, Karen-92 Manjarres, Angelina - 38, 39, 54 56, 59, 62, 70, 92, 112 Manjarres, Edmundo - 16, 24, 5 Mariscal, Evangeline-63, 92 inez, Linda-20, 21, 38, 39, 54, , 59, 70, 92, 112 , Mario-44, 59, 92 ano, Richard- 13, 22, 52, 92 gomery, Joyce-51, 59, 71, 92, 12 ,wayne-19, 22, 43, 92 Bill-63, 92 ga, Edward -8, 9, 13, 22, 52, 59, 1, 92 , George-8, 9, 17, 22, 52, 92 na, David-16, 26, 36, 43, 59, 2 lla, Patricia-20, 21, 38, 39, 8, 54, 55, 56, 59, 68, 89, 92, 12 lla, Rachel-39, 54, 55, 56, 59, 1, 92 on, Barbara - 51, 92 s, Danny-65, 68, 92 er, Barbara-43, 63, 71, 92 rts, Patricia-38, 39, 59, 67, 2, 112 iquez, Benny-9, 12, 24, 52, 92 , Elaine-67, 93 ines, Gary-41, 45 , Rudy- 12, 93 Cartwright, Terry-96 Cathemer, Olga-54, 60, 96 Celaya, john- 18, 24, 52, 96 Cox, Bob-96, 112 Crawford, Deborah-49, 64, 96 Damien, Rueben - 44, 96 qw? Duer, Marlon - 96 L4 Encinas, David-17, 60, 68, 96 Felix, Cynthia-49, 60, 71, 96 Garcia, Martha-49, 54, 55, 60, 63, 71, 96 Garner, Patricia-48, 54, 60, 97 Goff, joseph- 18, 60, 97 Granillo, Mary jean- 54, 60, 70, 97 Gutierrez, Larry-9, ll, 24, 60, 68, 97 Gutierrez, Steven-24, 44, 97 Hannah, Brad - 65, 97 Hatch, Guy-64, 97 Hatch, Thomas-44, 97 Henry, Brent-60, 97 Hezmalhalch, Keith-65, 97 Holt, Valerie-60, 67, 70, 97 Horlacher, Tim-97 Huntley, Betty-97 ,-fx 1 jauregui, john-16, 24, 60, 68, 97 13 24 ya, Matilda-93 A Jimg-231e26T?ny558.9? 11, . ,43, eda, Sylvia-50, 51, 93 E ' . . 1, , h, Loretta-93 X YS Sfbaquin, Bernadette-49, 54, 60, 70, h, Richard-44, 93 ' 97 h, Suzanne-64, 67, 93 van, jerry-39, 59, 93 es, Bill- 17, 39, 44, 93 ez, Deborah - 38, 39, 50, 54, 59, 1, 93 nueva, Gloria - 93 rreal, Mitchell- 93 field, David-36, 43, 93 s, john-93 au, Kim-ss, 54, 59, 63, 71, 3, 112 'ams, james-44, 93, 112 ate, Barbara-45, 93 en, Virginia-59, 63, 70, 93 ta, Zerrelda-50, 54, 55, 59, 7, 93 HOMORES a, Steve-65, 96 an, john-64, 96 n, Mike- 18, 96 r, Bill-17, 60, 96 r, Rebecca-54, 60, 62, 70, 95, 6 win, Lynn-96 kett, Billy-24, 64, 96 , james-11, 17, 41, 64, 65, 6 ey, Brenda-49, 54, 55, 60, 96 era, Christina-96 ll, Peggy - 96 er, Cynthia - 96 jordan, Darrell- 17, 18, 22, 52, 60, X- 64, 65, 97 Lantz, Gary- 97 Lindsay, Carol- 97 Lippert, Carolyn-26, 41, 54, 56, 59, 60, 62, 70, 97 Lopez, Betty-49, 54, 60, 62, 71, 97 Lopez, Esther - 67, 98 Martinez, Olivia-48, 54, 55, 60, 62, 70, 98 Mathis, Lloyd-98 Mathis, Naomi-98 Molina, Sally-39, 49, 54, 55, 98 Moore, Gary-8, 9, 11, 24, 26, 60, 98 Myers, George-60, 68, 98 Myers, Michael-44, 98 McAfee, Dennis-44, 45, 60, 98 McDaniel, Rosie,Sue - 64, 98, McKinney, Louanna - 98 McWilliams, Donna Neal, Rex-8, 9, 22, 52, 98 Ortiz, Gilbert-60, 98 Ortiz, joseph-17, 24, 38, 39, 43, 60, 70, 95, 98 Ortiz, Russell- 8, 9, 12, 13, 22, 28, 41, 59, 60, 70, 98 Padilla, Cecilia-38, 60, 67, 71, 98 Padilla, Fred- 14, 15, 24, 60, 98 Padilla, Raymon-98 Patton, Bobbie-98 Polk, Sylvia-98 Pyeatt, john- 14, 24, 60, 98 Jin . Q C1 Reyes, Peter- 14, 24, 44, 98 Rieffer, Micaela-99, 112 ' Rodriguez, Abel- 11, 15, 24, 99 Rodriquez, Lori-49, 60, 64, 99 Romero, Yolanda-49, 67, 99 Ruiz, Charles- 12, 24, 60, 99 Ruiz, Larry-99 Ruiz, Margaret-54, 60, 71, 99 Ruiz, Rebecca-49, 54, 55, 60, 63, 70, 95, 99 Siebert, Robert-44, 64, 98 Siebert, Theresa-54, 55, 60, 68,99 Slaughter, jean- 99 Smith, Barbara -99 Smith, Betty Lou-60, 99 Stewart, james - 18 Sweat, Eric- 64, 99 Taylor, Darlene-68, 99 Telling, Peggy-48, 60, 68, 99 Villanueva, Daniel-24, 99 Villarreal, Marguerite-30, 49, 60, 66, 99 Villarreal, Robert- 99 Wells, Steve - 99 Wilson, Robert - 99 Wooten, Rita - 99 Zapata, Joe-24, 71, 99 FRESHMEN Alston, Danny- 10, 15, 61, 65, 101 Alvarado, Augustine-10, 18, 25, 101 Austin, Jeralynn-68, 101 Baker, Bob-25, 101 Baldwin, Gary- 101 Ballard, Terry- 17, 101 Barkley, Daniel-16, 18, 64, 101 Bell, Larry-25, 101 Brarnlett, Steven-25, 101 Brewer, Janet- 101 Busby, Jay Dee-10, 41, 61, 101 Bussey, Celaya, Celaya Celaya: Rodger- 101 Gregory- 11, 14, 65, 101 Maria - 61, 101 Rita -20, 54, 55, 56,61,101 Cluff, David- 45, 101 Contreras, Anna- 49, 54, 55, 61, 101 Coomer, William- 101 Crawford, Dana - 61, 101 Crawford, Jeanne-49, 64, 101 Crawford, Lorraine- 101 Cruise. Jennifer - 68, 101 Daniel, Irene-49, 54, 61, 101 DeArman, Elizabeth-49, 101 Diaz, Enedina-49, 102 Dillon, Carolyn- 102 Eversole, jackie-102 Farmer, Aaron Scott- 65, 102 Felix, Louis - 102 Feliz, Marsha-54, 55, 102 Foncannon, Kim-49, 54, 61, 67, 102 Freeman, Kelly- 14, 25, 102 Garcia, Rosalie-49, 57, 102 127 5-x Garcia, Theodora - 101 Goff, Charles-15, 61, 64, 100, 102 Goins, Peggie-54, 55, 66, 67, 102 Gutierrez, Sarah - 61, 102 Hammer, Michael- 102 Harvey, Pamela- 30, 54, 55, 61, 100, 102 Henry, Susan- 102 Herndon, Freddie-45, 102 Hickman, Thomas-45, 102 james, Belinda-61, 102 jauregui, Frankie-15, 25, 68, 102 Johnson, Diana-49, 61, 102 jordan, Sheffield-11, 18, 24, 100, 102 King, Robert- 14, 102 Knight, Daniel-17, 25, 45, V102 Lippert, Daniel- 103 Lloyd, Mark-65, 103 Lopez, Andrew- 103 Lopez, Thomas- 10, 25, 45, 65, 103 Mallon, Darrell- 103 Malmo, Lee-25, 45, 103 Molina, Dagoberto - 103 Manjarres, Rose Marie- 20, 54, 55, 57, 61, 103 Moore, Cheryl-49, 103 Murillo, Oscar-45, 103 McAfee, james-25, 103 McKinney, Bobby joe-11, 17, 18, 25, 103 McVicker, Bill- 10, I5, 25, 103 Neal, Margie- 103 A I' FV I II L. I Nowlin, Charlene-49, 61, 103 Pablo, Dennis-103 7 Padilla, joseph-14, 25, 64, 103 Pappas, Michael-25, 103 Pensyl, Carolyn-49, 61, 103 Pope, Rhonda-26, 41, 49, 61, 103 Ramirez, Dora- 103 Ramirez, Doris- 103 Ramirez, Henrietta-54, 61, 103 Ramon, Fredrick-10, 16, 25, 103 Reyes, Ruben-25, 104 Richards, james-45, 68, 104 Rieffer, Stephen-25, 104 Rieffer, Richard-65, 104 Robinson, Kathleen-20, 49, 61, 67, 104 Sauceda, Alonzo-45, 104 Savory, Robin-61, 67, 104 Sepulveda, Rosa Linda-54, 55, 61, 104 ' Sepuljveda, Rosendo-10, 15, 45, 61, 1 4 - Simpson, Dee-45, 104 Slaughter, Mary- 104 Smith, Louis-45, 105 Stoner, Kevin- 17 Sullivan, Jerald- 45, 68, 104 Suttles, Thomas- 64, 104 Terry, Timothy-25, 45, 61, 104 Thomas, Harold- 25, 104 Thurman, Etta - 104 Tuttle, Richard - 104 128 Van Vorst, Violet Marie- 104 Villanueva, Richard - 64, 104 White, Jerry-24, 100, 104 White, Leroy- 10, 17, 25, 104 Williams, David- 10, 15, 25, 104 Wingate, jane- 104 ADMINISTRATION and STAFF Superintendent Lionel Goar - 107 Principal Arthur Celaya - 108 Counselor Bernice McNaught-42, 108 BOARD OF EDUCATION! Chandler, Mary- 106 Padilla, Edward - 106 Palmer, Jack - 106 Sult, Frances- 106 White, Nicholas - 106 OFFICE: Klingbeil, Harriette - 1 13 Martinez, Edwina - 113 Ortega, Helen - 113 COSTODIANS: Armas, joe- 114 Cartwright, j,B. - 114 Padilla, Joe - 114 Valdez, joe -114 FACULTY: Adams, Gary-25, 53, 100, 109 Barteau, Luanna-74, 109 Borquez, john-8, 25, 53, 70, 109 Crough, Marian-36, 95, 109 DeGrazia, Frenck-64, 67, 69, 109 Dowdy, B,j,-89, 109 Faulkner, Donna-38, 39, 89, 110 Gardner. Melvin-89, 110 Gomes, Carol-20, 56, 59, 95, 110 Hamilton, jack-95, 110 Harris, Wayland- 16, 22, 53, 74, 110 Henry, Cy- 11, 24 Mohr, Marcella- 100, 110 Pence, Evelyn-48, 111 Quaing, Roger- 19, 100, 111 Servies, Richard-74, 111 Sotomayor, Robert-44, 111 Turner, Annie Laurie-51, Ill Turner, Dan-12, 24, 53, 111 Whitaker, Dewey-22 ORGANIZATIONS Annual Staff- 36, 37 Band - 64, 66 Cheerleaders - 62 Chorus - 67-69 F FA - 44-47 FHA 48-50 FTA T-' 39 GA A - 54-57 Gopher Staff - 38 Lettermen' s Club- 52, 53 Library Gophers-51 Maintenance- 144 National Honor Society- 42, 43 Pep Club- 58-61 Pompon- 63 Spanish Club - 70-71 Student Council- 40, 41 T,A,' S - 1 12 ADVERTISERS A 81 W Rootbeer- 119 Apothecary Shop- 122 Arizona Public Service - 124 Arizona Water Co. - 121 Arizona Welding Equipment - 1 B gl K Rootbeer- 120 Bick's Market -4 119 Boree's Market- 121 Bundrick's Plumbing, Heatin Air Conditioning - 123 Cattleman's Shop- 123 Claudie' s Shell Station - 122 Clemans' Insurance Si Clem Motors - 120 Cohen's Department Store - 124 Coolidge Auto 8: Home Supply Coolidge Builders' Supply- 119 Coolidge Glass gl Mirror- 123 Corner Beauty Shop - 122 Doug Crawford's Chevron Stat' 123 De Car Creations - 124 Del Camino Market - 118 First Federal Savings Sz Loan First National Bank- 118 Florence Chamber of Comme 125 Florence Drug- 120 Florence Market - 123 Florence Radio Sz TV- 124 Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber 121 H gl H Hardware- 119 Hendrie Buick- 118 High School Drive-In- 122 Highway 80 Enco - 119 jones Furniture Company- 123 jostens - 125 Juan's Market- 124 La Fiesta Room- 124 Long's Grocery- 122 Louie's Barber Shop- 122 McCann's - 120 Mandell's Department Store- Marston's Athletic Supply- 125 Marion Miller jeweler-123 Warren Morgan Realty- 120 Morris Sporting Goods - 117 PBSW - 116 Pinal Photo Center - 117 Posie Corral- 120 Roy's Texaco Station- 124 Shamrock Dairy -116 Shaw' s - 123 Sizer's Chevrolet - 124 Slater's Auto Supply Co. - 121 Southwest Gas Co.- 117 Strube's - 122 Taco Inn - 119 Tag's Restaurant- 118 Transamerica - 125 U-Fill-It -120 Underwood Ford - 120 United Metro - 116 Valley National Bank - 116 1' f - 2 I X 'W f . gd ,L-:D W EL lx ff' Nigga? wMu,3?rfJNf!JuLfkf4fDZyW JJZQJU My U Mfjjlf NK it K Wi? ff ,449 an M Y M IW WM 9 4f"A93MfZW7!L-WW V-ga PQWW ffl G? 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