Foothill High School - Equi Yearbook (Sacramento, CA)
- Class of 1970
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A Turning oint
Turning points. . . each playin aganie. . . each
day a new horizon. . . each decision results in
change, With a new decade come new Outlooks,
new thoughts, and new ideas.
OPENING ..... . 1-11
STlH3ENT'LIFE , , , 12-45
ACADEMICS .... . 46-75
CHNSANIZATIONS . . . 76-91
SPCHRTS ..... . 92-129
ETRESHBIEN . .. . 130-141
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SENIORS . . 174 217
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necessary. However, a turning point in history was
reached when man's entire life began to evolve around
his use of machines, Even students depend on various
machines to not only construct articles of clothing and
furniture, but to aid themselves in education. The car,
another of man's inventions, reflects a particular per-
son's personalityg man adapts machines to his personal
liking. Other machines aid man physically as Well as
mentally. Still other man-made creations make Work
just a little bit easier. Typewriters, as all machines,
are useful to man, but only when man himself utilizes
them. Man still is the master of his machines, or so
he thinks, Will there be another turning point in history
in which man's creations will indeed rule their creators ?
The World Around Us
Even though our lives as students revolve around the school world, we must be
aware of constant changes in thc rest of the world, The past decade has seen our
country undergo accomplishments, changes, and turning points, With the flights
of Apollo, man has begun to conquer space, and with the knowledge gained in space
exploration, he can now apply this understanding to problems on his own earth,
With the aid of space-ge technology, various scientific techniques have changed
the entire outlook on medicine in the sixties. Since the advent of the organ trans-
plant, moral as well as scientific aspects of medicine must be considered, Race
relations, too, have undergone major upheavals--from the passivcness of the
fifties, to the restlessness of the sixties, and hopefully to understanding in the
seventies, With the dawn of a new decade, man's future accomplishments will
hopefully stem from the accomplishments of his past,
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on the academic level, but a learning ex-
perience on a broader, wider level.
Throughout the school year, students
glean knowledge from the diversified cur-
riculum and the varied extra-curricular
activities. The field of sports is an im-
portant aspect of school life, and offers
the chance of individual recognition while
working for the team effort. Through the
artistic and musical opportunities avail-
able students can develop their creative
potentials for future enjoyment and pro-
fessional endeavors. Also, clubs and stu-
dent government offer excellent chances
for exercising leadership, working with
people, and enjoying the social life of the
school, This is school. This is what
school is all about.
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The beginning of a new dec-
ade, and with it a new life
for many students. When a
student enters high school,
questions are asked, tests
are taken, and decisions are
made. All these are com-
pleted for the graduates of
1970, and with inspired
hope, they will begin a new
life. For the underelass-
men, destiny's path re-
mains unclear, and count-
less questions remain un-
answered, Through Varied
courses offered in high
school, students may pre-
pare themselves for many
the armed forces, or mar-
ried life, Through coun-
selors, teachers, and in-
dividual work the student
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I miss going there
and seeing you everyday
It was fun to sit together
on the big steps
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Seniors Uphold radition.
Button Day. Cupcake
Day, Spirit Day, , , Thursday, Powder Puff
Game. Seniors are victorious. Score 8-0.
Night Rally in gym. Band and spirit leaders
entertain. Flashlights illuminate the scene.
Sitting, standing, sprawling students.
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Homecoming is a colorful pa-
rade after school. Artistic
ability and imagination displayed, Mothers add final touch
along with students in the parking lot. Contest. Compe-
tition and prizes. Bunny rabbit hops along. Al Capone's
Later, students cheer team to victory, 13-0. Exciting
game. School spirit, Half-time promotes tension and
curiosity, Diane Alameida is crowned Homecoming Queen
Charming royalty all aglow, Half-time comes to an end.
Team makes grand entrance. Overwhelming amount of ex-
Relaxing Finale, Alumni reception pleasant, Old Foot-
hillites reminisce. Delicious munchies for nibblers.
"Those were the Days, " the theme for the dance. Chatter
and music fills the cafeteria, Princesses find time to
"pork it up, " Homecoming- a great success and ends
with everyone happy.
The First Among quals
was the motto chosen
by the fall Student
Council. Designing a new school ring and fi-
nancing Homecoming were just a few among
the many decisions made by the fall Student
Rtuining across the bridge, fabovel on the Cal Expo
grounds are Kathy Lopez, rally chairman, Connie 1
Bright, head songlcadcrg Joe Newman, presidentg l
Jill Lowery, secrctaryg and Nira Dciiarros, honor- 1
ary student council member. Touring the under- 5
ground gardens ftop rightj arc Jake Kurtz, com-
missioner of buildings and grounds, Joe Newman,
and Nira DcBarros. Kathy Lopez, Jill Lowery, and
Connie Bright, frightj stop to rest on a rock while
visiting Cal Expo.
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periences of being on Student
Council was having the oppor-
tunity to exchange ideas and
opinions with other student
councils as the council did
with Elk Grove High School,
Joe Newman Qfar lefty stands
in front of a rocket symbol-
izing America's space
achievement. Joan Bart-els,
treasurer, tries to figure
out how much is in our school
treasury, Dave Shariro flcftj
presents his spccch to the
student body. Student Council
members are involved in other
activities too, as shown by
Lisa Fredericksen, fabovcl
Foothill students returned
to school this year with a
new freedom in dress. Girls were able to wear pantsuits and
slacks, and boys were able to wear bermuda shorts. Audrey
Edwards fupper rightj poses to show the new change. Debbie
Fudge Qbelowl smiles with pleasure at the added freedom.
Many girls still wear the conventional clothing as demon-
strated by Sandy Anderson and Kathy Moore frightj and Vicki
Fudge flower rightj.
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30 minutes of relaxing.
No teachers for M hour.
Buying a well-rounded lunch fice cream, cinnamon roll, and
candyy, Thoughts of hunger. Gossiping time. Waiting im-
patiently for food. Discouraged at the thought of going back
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North Metro League Inter-School
Council, N.M.L.I.S.C., was ham-
pered with one major problem, that being, a lack of student power,
The group discussed various problems which were interrelated be-
tween different schools, Foothill was represented by Kathy Lopez
and Greg Mitchell, fseniorsj and Judy Holshouser and Phil
McCalister Qjuniorsj. Although they were unable to carry out their
solutions, they managed to gain five pounds every meeting with all
the donuts that were served.
Senator Represent Reges
Many students served as senators at student council meetings, They were, Top row, left to right: D. Henry, S. Arnold, D, Coats
C, Engh, S, Davis, D, Rogers, D, Beck, 2nd row: D, Bender, C, Nelson, A, Wilson, K, Stubbs, L, Thompson, A, Carstenson,
3rd row: J, Danielson, D, Wilson, D, Conaroe, D, Luttrell, A, Knock, D, Henry, 4th row: G. Troy, B, Nelson, M, Boderman,
E, Kingsley, S. Smith, P, Hanson, 5th row: S. Carstenson, D, Kelsay, C. Krauder, D, Foster, C, Williams, 6th row: G,
Christiansen, R, Morris, T, Neil, P, Balaszy, S, Hintz, Bottom row: G, Shaw, C, Pickard, E, Richards.
rama lass Presents
For the first time in two years Foothill held at play.
The play, Arsenic and Old Lace, written byjoseph Kessel
ring, was performed by the drama class. Jon Howe and Robert Walling fupper lefty portrayed the villians while Carl Hickey proved
himself to be a dynamic hero, Teddy Roosevelt frighty, played by Ross Modlin, added humor to the play with his blasting horn and
jumbled mind, Near the end of the play Jonathan flower lefty was captured by the police, portrayed by Ron Mendonea and Mike
Arsenic and ld Lace
Lori Frank and Pat
Boncella Cleftj mag-
nificently portrayed the kind-hearted, murder
ing old ladies. They poisoned Lmhappy men
like Mr, Witherspoon, played by Tim Kent, in
order to relieve them from their miseries.
Elaine fbelowy, the heroine of the play was
portrayed by Karen Shultz, She and Teddy
succeeded in giving the villains a rough time,
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activities the day of Inti
Raimi, One of the many ac-
tivities was preparing and
serving refreshments for the
dance Qtopj, A member of
Jude Qabovej performs at the
dance, Princesses, Kim
Geraldsen and Sheryla Fanin
fabove rightj with their es-
corts. Freshman princess
Sue Hall, walks with her es-
cort at the assembly.
Inti Raimi, 1970, was a great spectacle
of glitter and gold with an atmosphere
of beauty and perfection. Connie Bright fleftj has not forgotten her "Wrinkle in
Time" as she was crowned Inti Raimi Queen of 1970. Completing Connie's
royal court, is Kim Allison Qbclow lefty and Pam Snavely fbelow righty, Students
enter the dance through the enchanting time tunnel fmiddle bottomj. The royal
court has choice seats at the Inti Raimi game Qbottom rightj, The main attrac-
tion at the dance was an aluminum creation ffar rightl.
ouncil Springs nto Action
Under the leadership
of Dave Shapiro as
president, the Spring Council worked on such
plans as playday, Student's Rights and Re-
sponsibilities Committee, and student elections
in the previous semester. Discussing ideas at
a council meeting are fbottom-left to rightj
Dave Shapiro, presidentg Janelle Hawkins,
rally chairmang Linda Midson, treasurerg
Greg Mitchell, commissioner of buildings and
groundsg and Jill Lowery, vice-president,
Jill Lowery and Mr. Kollenborn fabovey talk
about accomplishments of the council.
Janelle Hawkins fabove lefty gives opinions on future plans for
rally, Linda Midson and Cydney Anderson, secretary fbelow lefty
work on council business, Greg Mitchell frighty takes time out to
Victorious Senior Claim
This page, Top left: Lisa Frederickson. Top right: Richard
Madison. Above: Terry Lewis. Right: June Harwell. Opposite
page, Upper left: Rick Morris. Upper right: Andy Knock. Lower
right: Mark Higdon,
rama Class Adds Extra Enjoyment to Assemblies
A Peanuts Christmas skit ftop lefty captured overyone's attention,
Rudolph Valentino and Greta Garbo flower lefty pose for a picture of
their act. Tanya Pruitt, Jennifer Putnam, and Paula Keefe ftop rightj
act as robots at the Inti Raimi assembly.
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The junior varsity yell leaders
fabove rightj performed many
clever and ereative routines this
year, Becky Kouw, Sue Norton,
Elaine Kingsley fheadj, Wendy
Bowers, and Debbie George
qabove rightj all belonged to the
National Cheerleaders Associ-
a.ion, Robyn Russell, this year's
mascot added "hoof and mouth" to
the games. Freshmen cheer-
leaders frightj Lauren Wetterer,
Sue Hall Qheadl, Irene Talley,
Wendy Engilis, and Donna
Lemmons cheered an undefeated
football team to a dual champion-
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fulfilled the Friday night games as
Foothill's 1969-70 spirit leaders per-
formed. Songleaders Cathie Jo
Grosbeck, Judy Holshouser, Connie
Bright fheadj, Karen Lee, Diane
Weaver, and Kathy Cervelli fabovej
won two first place trophies and one
third place trophy in competing with
schools from all over California. The
winning routines exhibited snap and
flash! Varsity yell leaders flefti were
"junior dominated" this year with
three out of the five members of the
squad belonging to the jtmior class.
Deanna Rich, Ann Wilson, Kathy
Jacobs, Lisa Frederiksen fheadj, and
Lori Frank made up the squad and led
the crowd in many victorious yells and
Combining energy and
talent, Fall Rally
made Homecoming the best ever. For over
two months the Rally girls planned, prepar-
ed, and put together Homecoming so that it
included old-time Model A's, a speak-easy,
silent movies, and a decorated car parade.
Fall Rally did an excellent job and put lots
of effort into organizing a rooting section
for the Christmas Tournament. 200 painted
black and orange flashcards formed a horse-
shoe and different spirit oriented phrases.
Spirit, song, enthusiasm, and Fall Rally's
hard work won the spirit trophy for Foot-
hill. Taking tackets at games, selling
novelties, and promoting spirit made this
year's Fall Rally very active and success-
ful. Members -of the group pictured right
are: Top row: Jenny Yates, Candy
Herman, Dianne Martin. Middle row:
Debbie Ferguson, Barbara Harris, Mary
Anne Kuamoto, Gayle King, Linda Goettch,
Sharon Soik, Carol Hayes, Amy Carstensen,
Nira DeBarros. Bottom row: Kathy Lopez,
Janelle Hawkins, Karen Shultz, Katie
Barrett. Below left: Rally girls sit atten-
tively at an assembly, Middle: Two very
active and important members of Rally,
Janelle Hawkins and Kathy Lopez, admire
the spirit trophy won at the Christmas
Spring Rally, although not as active as Fall
Rally, contributed much to the spirit of
Foothill and to the Camellia Tournament Of
Champions, They cheered on the spring
sport teams and acted as tiiers and judges
at the swim meets, top right. Both Fall
and Spring Rally deserve praise and recog-
nition for jobs well done.
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Top row: Amy Carstensen, Kathy Cratchy, Barbara Harris, Kathy Heib, Karen Elder.
Middle row: Debbie Bowman, Ramona Venezuela, Linda Alberts, Janine Poulsen, Janell
Hawkins, Virginia May, Bottom row: Patty Brown, Pat Wood, Patty Malhman, Margo
Illingsworth, Susan Henricksen, Karen Nay,
Action at alftimc
Clockwise from 12 o'clock: J, Kurtz, S. Jones, S, Mullick, E, Olsen, D, Henry, D, Boderman, J, Huffman, A, Knoch, K, Davies,
A, Hicklin, J, Murphy, L. Stauffer, T, Jeffcot, D, Riolo, C, Liming, J, DuBay, J, Ingram, V, Richter, L, Stillwell, E. Marler,
R, Voss, R, Villenueva, T, Cook, M, Wheeler, E, Owensby, L, Hicks, R. Pendergrass, D. Beck, D. Burt, C. Weishan, B. Gibson
D, Winkler, C, Engler, R, Szkotak, Inside: Left to right: L, Biasi, D, Kelsay, J, Wilkinson, J. Pace, G, Sundin, L, Tadlock, V,
Mitchell, S, Nathan, C, Champlain, L. Gruber, K, Moniz, Vertical: Z, Nathan, R, Martinez, N, McCabe, D, Race, G. Jeffreys,
C, Latimer, E, Loy, S, Meiner, K. Braun, M. Antilla.
This year's flagtwirlers
added a lot of color
to the football games and parades with new, appropri-
ate, and original uniforms and flags, The flagtwirlers
included Evelyn Brobeck, Maria Slawson fheadj,
Barbara Engilis, Kathy Bonachea, Janet Shultz, and
Elaine Richards fabovej. The majorettes, Linda
Hunter and Jan Glidden, two in number, were very
impressive and dramatic as they 'swirled with fire
, batons. Drum major Robert Szkotak 10ppOSite pagei,
235, I showed skill he and Sue Jones, drum majorette, led
the marching band at halftime and in parades.
aried Activities Promote Spirit
As always, there were
complaints of student apathy
as far as spirit, but most Foothill students agreed
that spirit was better this year than in previous years.
Tricycle races, slave day, night rallies, and an ice-
cream-eating contest were only a few of the many
varied, spirit-related activities and events in which
students had an opportunity to participate.
The super-great pep
band Qabovey plays the e
Alma Mater as an en-
thusiastic crowd sings
along. Spirit leaders
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groups of Footh1ll's en-
thusiasm watch Nancy
Slawson twirl her flag,
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tels and Rick Frazee fmiddlej participate in the Inti Raimi
Spirit Week tricycle race. Carla. Carlberg frightj leads a var
sity yell, Dave Lindesy fabove rightj "porks" ice cream for
Foothill at the Farrell's Ice Cream eating contest. Sharlene
Pickard fabovej razzes her senior slave Greg Mitchell during
Inti Raimi's Senior Slave Day.
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Once again the
spirit trophy was
captured this year during the
Christmas basketball tournament
through the efforts of Fall Rally
and the active spirit sections.
Throughout each of the three
games, 160 to 180 Mustangs in
the spirit section flashed cards
and waved pom poms. Excellent
sportsmanship and overwhelming
enthusiasm displayed at the
tournament helped judges unan-
imously decide to award Foothill
the spirit trophy.
Sparking spirit and providing
zesty music for the routines of
Songleaders were members of
this year's pep band. The out-
standing band learned such new
songs as "Hawaii Five O", "Hel-
lo Dolly", and "Can-Can", Snazzy
outfits of black arm bands and
white shirts added color to the
members of the band.
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Top row: S, Severance, L. Lopez, J, Kurtz, R, Cruzen, B, Gibson, W, Little, G, Engler, D. Henry, D, Winkler, 2nd row: D, Beck,
J, Huffman, J, Newman, E, Olsen, D. Kelsey, J. Jeffcott, 3rd row: D, Boderman, J, Ralston, L, Long, R, Villaneuva, A. Knoeh, D
Burt, Bottom row: G. Jeffery, E, Loy, D. Coats, K. Davies.
It's always the teachers that-stay
in your mind,
The ones you had and didn't have
Seen supervising dances, sitting
at assemblies, or walking
This year, the administrators
placed much emphasis on
keeping high standards of conduct and appearance. Through the gui-
dance of Mr, Kollenborn, principal fbelowjg Mr. Dalben, boys' vice-
principal frightjg and Mrs. Hutchinson, girls' vice-principal Qabovej
our administrators changed with the changing times and modified the
dress code. All these efforts were to "aim to please, " and the tri-
urnverate was still successful in upholding high standards of conduct.
Understanding ounselors '4Aim to Please
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Working to help students
prepare for their future,
the counselors kept busy the year round. Mr, Durham fabovej is
busy helping a student plan her program for next semester. Mr.
Brasmer Qmiddlej is showing a freshman some of the opportimities
which lie ahead of her. Mrs. Law Qbottomy is occupied as she
checks over some of the junior records. The counseling staff
aimed to please this year, and did a fine job of making everyone
happy. A few new board directors were elected this year. The
new board includes fleft to rightj Mr. Theodore W. Hodel, Board
Presidentg Mr. John P. McCrackin, Board Clerkg Mr, Louis E.
Jones Jr. , Assistant Superintendent-Instructiong Dr. E. J. Keema,
District Superintendentg Mr. Sy Jennings, Board member, Mr.
Charles D. Wood, Board member, Mr. George E. Hogan, Assist-
ant Superintendent-Personnelg Mr, Richard B. Lester, Board
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Sitting on the floor, typical of the formal and organized atmosphere created in yearbook class, Janet Schultz, Jill Lowery, Sue Boyd,
Ellen Beckstead, and Becky Kouw flower lefty, look over layouts and hunt for proofs. Despite the handicap of losing one photographer,
Sally Carstensen and June DeVoe flower righty supplied most of the pictures seen on EQUI's 220 pages. Artist Katrina Shultz discusses
a sales poster with sales manager Kathy Lopez and advisor Mrs, Langley fabove rightj, "A-one-and-a-two-and-a-three. . . " Dave LeB0euf
leads yearbook Skit Squad in a musical sales pitch to increase lagging sales. Talented vocalists are fl-rj: Greg Mitchell, Nancy Warner,
Jan Gronhovd, Amy Carstensen, Rick Morris, Kathy Cervelli, Connie Bright, and Terry Atkinson.
Time, energy, and imagina-
tion make the difference
between a good yearbook and a great yearbook. Editors
Jan Gronhovd and Greg Mitchell fleftj lock horns over a
slight difference of opinion. Trying to come up with in-
teresting copy, and then attempting to type it using the
efficient hunt-and-peck system are staff members flower
leftj Margaret Drayton, Karen Lee, Amy Carstensen,
and Jill Schnur, Libby Nelson and Dave LeBoeuf fbelowj
use their irresistable charm to capture Larry Batten-
berg's EQUI order.
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Faculty and Students
From Chaucer to Mark Twain, from Thoreau to
Aldous Huxley, students learned that a
variety of English and American author's ideas were relevant for today. Students were surprised
to learn that Thoreau--not Joan Baez--first talked of civil disobedience, that Huck Finn told a
story involving race relationsg and that Huxley's Brave New World outlined several dilemmas of
society. Mrs. Larson fleftj dramatically makes an assignment clear. Mrs. Van Buren fbelowj
explains a day's lesson. Miss Will's sensory impressions fbelow righty are a highlight of her
English classes each year. Mr, Ardary qbelow centerj laughs at a response from one of his
classes, Mrs. Begin, new to Foothill, Qbelow lefty gives aid to a composition writer.
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Key in ath and Science
Details large and small were
stressed in these departments.
Ben Henry and Jeri Howland fleftj find that using the big slide
rule insures accuracy when working out chemistry problems.
Mr. Powell fbelowl coaches biology student David Levis on the
fine points of dissection, The slightest slip of a hand could
mean disaster for the grasshopper he is working on. Opposite
page: Bob Stauffer fleftj appreciates the efficiency of a slide
rule for checking problems in Algebra II, "What do you mean
half an inch doesn't matter?" queries Mr. Hoaglund frightj to
a student's argument.
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Unusual and exciting teaching techniques
made language more interesting this year.
Diane Weaver fbelowy expounds in Spanish
on the merits of her mirror for Mr,
C0stello's third year Spanish class show- .
and-tell. Mrs. Cohen frightj not only gives,
but also gets, some pointers from one of her
students, Pat Walker, a native-born French
girl. Mr. Essert Uoottomy adds interest to
his French classes by showing slides of his
trips to France.
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The history department instructors
sparked enthusiasm this year by
relating yesterday's past to today's problems--tomorrow's history. Dr,
James Barter flefty discusses the Crisis Clinic with students in Mr, Wilcox's
soeio-economies class. Civics teacher Mr, Mangum fbelowj tries to ex-
plain to Nira, Foothill's foreign exchange student from Brazil, some of the
complexities of U,S, government. Mr. Johnson fbottomj seems to grow
weary as he diligently corrects his world history class, "No, Donovan did
not discover the New World. "
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Students fcenterj learn to better understand the problems
of many minorities through a new semester course, His-
tory of Minorities, taught by Mr. Cooke.
ork-Experience Program Expands
Mrs. Gordon Qbelowj times her class on a typing assignment. Mr. Cain
frightj directs Jenna Rogers in her typing drills. Mr. Brown Qbottomj looks
on as his class does typing exercises.
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This year 804 students were
enrolled in business courses.
Of these students, twenty-one participated in the Work-
Experience Program. The Work-Experience Program
was not new to Foothillg it had been a part of the curri-
culum for two years, General work-experience helps
students gain desirable attitudes and work habits in
real jobs. Vocational work-experience is an extension
of knowledge gained in business courses through part-
Working at Mr Steak, Dennis Conway ftopy
does a variety of jobs. Cathy Mulvehill
fcenterl finds her work at a neighborhood
rest home an enlightening experience as she
meets many people. Dale Hudak and Teri
Bahil work as clerks at McClellan AFB. Jim
Forshey fcenter righty learns about the many
tropical fish at the Coral Sea Aquarium.
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Mrs. Brokaw Qabovej demonstrates the techniques of measuring dry ingredients to her
cooking class, Mr, Kajihara Qcenter rightj looks on as Steve Cook checks the radiator
of his ear, Mrs, Murchison ffar rightj helps a student lay out a pattern. Mr. WO0dSide
fbelow far rightj demonstrates the techniques of woodworking to his class, Mr. Jordan
fbelow centerj helps a student clamp a board on a drill press.
Departments Teach Practical Skills
Whether repairing the family car,
Working as a mechanic, sewing
professionally, or cooking the family meals, students in Home Economics and Industrial
skills valuable in every day life.
Mrs. Ackroyd Qbelowj returns books to shelves. Two
students fbelow lefty compare homework notes. Some
students in the library ftop centerj study diligently, while
others are easily distracted, Two students ffar rightj
read newspapers before reg. Two students fbottom far
rightj find the right books, Library Aids, Top row:
Mrs, Ackroyd, S. Norton, D. McGinty, V. Decroix, C.
Champlain, S, Pendley. Bottom row: T. Pruitt, D.
George, D. Burns, J, Ingram, L. Felts, C, Hevesy,
Not pictured: M. Barrett, G. Bianca., C. Hayes, B.
Lockerbie, N. McA1ister, R. Shiim, L. Styrsky, L.
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With the use of records,
micro-film, books, magazines,
and a new copy machine, students enrich their knowledge of the world
they live in, Mrs, Ackroyd, Foothi11's new librarian this year, was eager
to assist with study problems that arose.
lasses Add Creative
Students were given a perfect
opportunity this year to
expand their own imaginations by painting and drawing in art, writing and
giving speeches in debate, and performing skits and plays in drama. Two
new teachers, Mr. Turner and Mr, Wilt, were added to foothill to meet
the creative needs of a growing student body.
Aspect to urriculum
Mr, Wilt Qfar leftj helps a student create a leather project. Mr.
Turner ftop centerl coaches students in a drama technique. Mr,
Stoneking Qtop righty demonstrates a painting technique to Pat
Wood. Miss Greentree fabovej shows a student the correct
sketching procedure. Mr. Keeler fcenter bottomj explains an
assignment to his debate class.
Varied Sports nterest Students
The variety of such
activities as archery,
square dancing, field hockey, and swimming,
offered by Foothi1l's Physical Education De-
partment, provided to students that there
was something for everyone's ability.
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righty looks on as a. group of boys attempt to intercept a basketball. Three
girls Qabovej struggle for the ball in field hockey. Dave Nugent fcentery
gets ready to throw the ball in a splatterball game. Coach Negri fbottom
lefty checks his roll book.
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press copy of the HOOFBEATS special
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Despite appearances, Foothill's
journalism staffworked hard
senting thought-provoking articles, the newspaper reflected
students' growing realm of interests. A new feature this fall
was a special, full-sized homecoming edition of HOOFBEATS.
Opposite page: fbottom leftj Journalism students are caught in
a moment of intense concentration. Left to right: Dave Bortner
Diane Weaver, Chris Hurst, Laura Moriarty, Chuck Moniz,
Walt Thomas, Randy Voegele, Dave Nugent, Margret Drayton,
and Steve Capps, fLeftj An editor's job is a big responsibility
and a lot of work. Editor-in-Chief Dave Bortner rereads a
student's story before sending it to the printer. This page:
QBOtt0ml 1970 saw the revival of the literary magazine. Ed-
cuss the quality of Foothill's talent. Lise Whittier solicits
constructive criticism of her story from Laura Moriarty and
Mary Ann Troop.
fAbovej Steve Capps demonstrates a reporter's imagination while conduct-
ing an in-depth interview with Dave Nugent's desert boot. His captivated
audience includes Diedra Lackey, Walt Thomas, Diane Weaver, Chuck
Moniz, and Linda Layne. fCenterJ Editors Dave Bortner, Cydney Ander-
son, Linda Layne, Darla Bedford, and Bill Warner relax after completing
the special HOOFBEATS edition,
this year. By getting away from strictly "school news" and pre-
The class hopes to have more such special editions in the future,
itors Melani Stevens, Pat Wainscott, and Norma McAlister dis-
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Department Meets Special Needs
Although the special
was not new to Foothill, the program gained a new
dimension this year with the addition of the Visually
Impaired Program. Mr. Ken Mogren, in the Re-
source Room, stressed mobility and variety of ac-
tivities for the students, The Resource Room offer-
ed large print, brailled, and recorded material to
meet students' needs.
Mr, Ken Mogren ffar lefty walks to the Resource
Room after the lunch break. Nels Brown ftop centerj
works out on the peg board. Mr. Mogren helps Nels
Brown fcenter bottomj repair a cane. Jim Malone
ftop rightj types on a brailler. During his lunch per-
, , so
iod, Jim Malone Qbottom rightj practices on the piano.
For many reasons
Foothill had a
music department to be proud of. It
was the only school in our area sup-
porting four bands, including an in-
vitational symphonic band and a com-
plete orchestra, Each band gave at
least four public performances during
the year, the first of which were giv-
en just before Christmas. Admission
fees went for music scholarships to
Brigham Young University summer
music camp, Pictured at right, Mr.
DeJarnette directs Concert Orchesta
which includes nearly fifty playing
members. fBelow rightj Laura
Stauffer concentrates on perfection
while performing with Symphonic
Practice is the backbone of a good performance Pictured above
Terry Sullivan of Concert Band buzzes a high note
QTop lefty A smaller and better-balanced choir sings a variety of
tunes for the enjoyment of family and friends. fTop rightj Foot-
hill's Symphonic Band performs for an appreciative audience.
Members of this band are selected for ability and to provide instru-
mental balance for the band, fAbovej Mr, Kamilos directs the full-
sized Concert Band composed of talented sophomores, juniors, and
seniors. fLefty Behind the scenes Don Henry and Sean Mullock pop
a few tuba notes for Concert Band.
Music Takes the Stage
The music department, under
the direction of Mr. Kamilos
and Mr, DeJarnette, added a new class this year. Comprised of a
select group of musicians, the stage band performed at school as-
semblies, special public performances, and in the early spring,
entered a jazz competition at Oakmont High School. Some of the
members of a special quintet within stage band practice below.
Members fleft to rightjz J. Huffman, D, Burt, E, Loy, J, Kurtz.
fNot picturedl B, Gibson, John Ralston and Steve Jones frightj
perform at the jazz competition. Stage band practices during sixth
period fbottomy ,
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Vital services to Foothill ranged
from taking daily attendance
secretary fcenter leftjg Mrs. Frances Brill, attendance clerk,
and Mrs. Carole Posehn, counseling clerk fcenter rightj, to
pouring new sidewalks and preparing flower beds. The people
who combined their various talents to make Foothill run more
smoothly were Mrs. Irene Hulse fleftj, school nurseg Mrs.
Betty Perricone, registrar, and Mrs. Mary E. Bolton.
Cooks were fleft to rightj Maxine R. Secoy, Dorothy Eager,
Fay Mayer, Jewel Murphy, and Pat Wilkerson. Custodians
were Qback rowj Kelton Gibson, Joe Walling, ffrontl Jonas
Broussard, Louis O'Neil, Henry Caldwell, and Fred Peach.
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OF THE EARTH:
In love with hours when
from circling faces
Veils pass, and laughing
fellowship glows warm.
Pleasure was the aim of this year's
Spanish Club. They expanded their
Spanish enthusiasts were, standing: S, Meinyer, P, Hanson, L, Stilwell, L, Stauffer,
Lockerbie, S, LeBoeuf, S, Carstensen, M, Antilla, L, Ledbetter, and J, Allison,
Kneeling: K. Champlain, D. Ferguson, P. Balazsy, N. Anderson, and K, Andersen.
Bottom: K, Cervelli, president,
knowledge of the Spanish culture with
movies, parties, and other beneficial
events. Keeping pace with modern
times, this club even had a password,
"Hablas espanol?" Spanish Club mem-
bers fbelowj wonder what the food will
be this time,
Standing qjuniorsjz J. Thomas, A.
Carstensen, C. Savage, K, Crider,
K, Bonaehea, C, Smith, and K, Lee,
Seated at desks fseniorsjr J. Lowery,
D, Anuszewski, L, Biasi, E, Olsen,
B, Gibson, and L. Moriarty, Seated
on floor fsophomoresj: C. Walmsley,
J, Braddock, E. Friend, D, Burt, L,
Owens, S. Norton, and L, Strysky.
Not pictured: K. Lopez, R. Kaye, E,
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and ractical roj ects
C, S.F. members spent most of their time furthering their vast expanse of knowledge in science, English, math, his-
tory, etc, - or so they say, It would be the turning point of Foothill's club history to find these students actually study-
ing, This group enjoyed smorgasbord dinners, snow trips, hay rides, and other "studious" activities. To relieve their
self-centered conscious, the C, S,F, whizzes also helped students who had been ill for several weeks with their school
work and guided lost parents at Back-to-School Night and Open House, These incredulous students were able to do all
this, and more, along with keeping up a 3. 5 grade point average with at least three solids. Amazing, isn't it?
Five seniors fformer C,S,F, members
E, Olsen, D. Anuszewski, L. Lowery,
B. Gibson, and G. Rioloj decided there
were better things to do than study, and
they formed the C,S,F, Drop-Out Club
fabove lefty. Other members fabove
rightj help Ellen Beckstead fcenterj
catch up on her homework, Members
learn the finer points of being a guide
Qleftj from Craig Mundy, Second se-
mester C, S,F, members were fstand-
ing, left - rightj: D, Shapiro, C,
Smith, K, Braun, C, Hevesy, J, Wood,
L, Loy, P, Mahlman, P, Wood, S.
Henrikson, P, Brown, C, Adair, S,
Pendley, K. Crider, K, Lopez, K,
Lee, and C, Mundy. Kneeling: A,
Carstensen, K, Moniz, L. Owens, P,
Rhyner, L, Benstead, S, Pickard.
AF Mean Action
HA Full Schedule" was
on the A.F.S. agenda
The American Field Service Club introduced
the new school year with a cupcake sale on
Back-to-School Night, Then the next weekend
saw A, F, S, members leading a door -to-door
money drive, which gave the community a
chance to know about this club at Foothill.
The annual Christmas dance came next, with
many students helping with the numerous
phases of organizing a dance. A few weeks
after the dance, students experienced an in-
ternational Christmas party with the other
A, F, S, clubs and foreign students in the Grant
district. These clubs met again in the spring
for a picnic and barbecue, And always there
were many foreign students visiting or attend-
ing schools in Sacramento to meet and talk to.
All year there was a full calendar of events
and activities for students in A, F, S, to par-
Some of the students who enjoyed these activities
were, top row: K, Cervelli, P, Balaszy, D, Ferguson
E, Kingsley, B. Kouw. 2nd row: R. Kaye, K. Lee,
T, Neil, L, Frank, J. Pelzel. Kneeling: C. Gros-
beck, A. Carstensen, M, Antilla, D, Henry, C.
"Attending Foreign Schoolsw
was a lot ofwork and fun
as everyone who has had the experience of being a foreign ex-
change student would say, including Nira DeBarros and Jill
Lowery. Nira attended Foothill for the '69 -'70 school year,
coming to us from Fortaleza, Brazil, as Foothill's first fe-
male A, F. S, student, She was a regular student in high
school and attended rallies and studied and ate during ltmch
hour, but she was also a special student because she was an
important part of the A. F, S. exchange program, In this
role, Nira received gifts and awards and spoke at assemblies
and different meetings. Jill Lowery was the first student to
represent Foothill High School in a foreign country, Jill
lived in South Africa during the summer of 1969. She brought
back an authentic South African warrior shield, which she
presented Foothill. Being an exchange student was an unfor-
getable experience for both these girls.
Opposite page: A, F.S. members ftopj pose by the Christmas tree, the
only decoration left up after their dance. Nira DeBarros Qfar lefty sits
with her fellow seniors at a rally. Mr, Kollenborn fbottom rightj gets
coffee at the cupcake sale on Back-to-School Night. This Page: Jill
Lowery Qleftl presents a Christmas present to Nira from the school,
Sally Carstensen and Robin Kaye fbottom leftj greet the community
with a smile during the Door-to-Door drive. Nira studies at lunch
fbelow, middlej while Jill practices her presentation of the South Afri-
can shield fbelow, rightj she gave to Foothill.
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Have you ever played Hangman
in a foreign language?
It's easy. . . even first-year students can do it "Hangman" was the novelty
enjoyed at the French Club Christmas party along with lots of French cook
1es and cakes. This group later went to a play in French and ordered their
'Circle francais" pins. Several times Mr Essert treated the club to a tour
of France with slides he took himself whlle he was in that country Both
original and ordinary activities were a part of French Club's year
Furthering their knowledge of the
French culture and language were
Qstanding, left to rightjz L. Loy, Mrs
Cohen, advisor, J. Schmizu, C, Hall,
K. Bonachea, A. Carstensen, J.
Pelzel, and Mr. Essert, advisor,
Seated at desks: L. Hontanosas, B.
Lockerbie, and R. Sanborn,
Research and Recreation
Debaters were, top row: B, Kent, L. Lewis, and B. Bell. 2nd row: G.
Garrett, D, Beck, and S, Sawyer. 3rd row: N. Warner, J. Rogers, L.
Alberts, and P, Balazsy. 4th row: P, Gordon, M. Bayard, and D, Samsel,
Bottom row: J. Benton and J. Bartels.
were the activities
of the Speech Club.
The uncountable hours spent in preparing
and giving speeches were always followed
by a relaxing game of football or some
other fun. The advanced debaters also
had the pleasure of helping the many
beginners this year learn how to properly
"mouth off." By winning so many debate
meets, the Speech Club members proved
that hard work and dedication pays off:
Foothill's speech department was rated
as one of the top five out of some thirty
These energetic students also sold calendars
to help pay for their travelling. Jenna Rogers,
Doug Beck, and Jim Benton Qbelowj success-
fully try their speech techniques on Mrs.
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recreation, They had chess tournaments with-
in Foothill's club, and then they challenged a
few other schools. Mainly sophomores and
'juniors were playing chess this year--deep-
thinking boys who enjoyed becoming mentally
stronger. Chess strategers were, standing:
M, Bruce, L. Leztham, Mr. Dean Qadvisorj,
D, LeBoeuf, D. Crites, and G, Bell. Seated:
D. Powers, R. Cannizzaro, J. Silance, J.
Wilkinson, M, Swan, and R. Mertens.
invent something new:
a club for students who just want to
help others. Service Club started
with a few people who cared and then
quickly grew, The first major pro-
ject these students did was giving a
complete Christmas to a family of
twelve who otherwise wou1dn't have
had one. Cookies were made for the
Children's Receiving Home once a
month, books were sent to service
men overseas, and more services
were offered to other people and
organizations. The new club was
off to a good start for a successful
Members of the Service Club, pre-
paring the Christmas basket, were
ion floory: K. Moniz, A. Carstensen,
and P, Brown. At desks: E. Kent,
P. Balaszy, D. Lopez, and L. Loy.
Buying a perfect little tree fbelow
rightj for a less fortunate family is
a hard task, as some of the Service
Club members find out. Dorothy
Lopez and Laura Loy fbelow leftj
are pleased to find a good variety of
canned foods brought in by members
for the Christmas basket.
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That was the main activity of the girls in Home
Ee. Club. Using modern appliances and tech-
niques, they were able to create many modern
and old-fashioned cookies, cakes, and candies.
This year the Home Ee, Club was the largest
it had ever been, and with more members, the
club was able to do a lot more. Besides cook-
ing, the club served at many banquets and
receptions, had a bake sale, and kept busy in
the field of homemaking all year, C. Foote,
D, Thomas, and P, Dubitz fabovey serve to
returning alumni at the Homecoming Reception
while the Home Ec. Club advisors fin back-
groundy look for familiar faces. Members K.
Crachy, I, Talley, D. Thomas, J. Hawkins,
W, Engilis, B, Harris, L, Wetterer, T, Rife,
and D. Lemmons prepare specialties for a
faculty dessert hour fabove leftj. Homemakers
were fleftj top row: N, Weaver, P, McCorvy,
S, Bohannon, K. Little, and J. Parker. 2nd
row: J. Hughes, D. LeBoeuf, M. Moon, J.
Painter, P. Dobitz, C. Foote, and T. Romiti,
3rd row: L. Russelle, D, Straub, J. Haworht,
D, Bright, and L. Martinez. 4th row: G.
Warner, C. Peters, J, Allison, and L,
Goettsch, Bottom row: S. I, Roe, G. Bianca,
and J , Stucki,
Block F members make the reeordsg
Block F supported Foothill in both
sports and spirit, winning many tro-
phies and awards for the school.
Eating was another one of their spe-
cialties, and they had many formal
banquets and informal pizza parties.
These versatile lettermen added
much to Foothi1l's unity and spirit,
Coordinated Block F members ftopy
add a Winning touch at the Christmas Lettermen of Foothill were, top row: B. Qibson, G. Riolo, and J. Newman. 2nd row:
ba k than tournament Officers John D. Beck, D. Hedges, K. Burke, and J. Wa1DSCOtt, 3rd row: G. Scott, C. Hanson, A,
S. e ' Knoch, and M, Swan, Bottom row: F. Cooper, D, LeBoeuf, D, Shapiro, D, Thomas,
Smith and Bob Haley Qabovey demon- and M' Herron.
strate their athletic strength.
Live With Sports
raekettes Keep the Records Straight
This was just the second year that Foothill
had Trackettes to help with scoring and
recording at track meets, and the first
year that they were here for cross-country
These girls enjoyed encouraging the cross-
country and track teams and doing various
jobs for the coaches, including holding the
tape flefty for the first runner in, stopping
cars fbelow rightj for passing cross-coun-
try runners, and fbottom righty recording
times and records. Throughout the track
and cross-country seasons, the enthusi-
asm of the Trackettes never failed!
Trackettes were, standing: M, Bianca, K, Lindsey, K. Barrett, J. Hughes, D, Martin, P. Balazsy,
C. Hayes, M, Kuwamoto, M, Antilla, C, Bradley, and P, Brown. Kneeling: S, Compton, C, Frost,
S, Meinyer, J. Stucki, P, Gordon, S, Coley, and K. Barlow. Bottom row: K. Andersen, L. Varela,
C, Fotte, P, Dobitz, L, Tadlock, and M. Boderman,
The Girls' Athletic Association renamed the
seasons from spring, summer, autumn, and
winter to field hockey, volleyball, basketball,
softball, and swimming. With other schools
using these new seasons, this year GAA had
organized leagues, some with both varsity
and junior varsity teams, for competition in
these sports. The first season had a dozen
girls getting their white blouses and navy
pinafores Qthe uniform, ready for a Tide'
commercial. Field Hockey champions were
fbottom right, standing: K, Painter, E,
Hewitt, J. Beigel, D, Alameida, D, Ryan,
C. Parks, C, Bilyeu, S, Alameida, and
D, Bilyeu, 2nd row: M, Harwell, C ,
Cruzen, P. Hansen, K, Crider, T, Flores,
and J. Painter. 3rd row: D. Blackwood,
L, Stauffer, K. Bonachea, and M,
Boderman. Bottom: P, Malonoski, All
of the GAA sports were supervised by the
fantastic quad of girls P,E, teachers:
Ruth Reed, Donna Wagner, Sue Watkins,
and Rose Christoffersen, They were
aided by the GAA officers fmiddle rightj,
top row: Karen Painter, sophomore repre-
sentative, Susan LeBoeuf, junior repre-
sentative, Marcia Skavarla, treasurer,
Ellen Hewitt, point keeper, Jody Painter,
freshman representative. Bottom row:
Chris Parks, senior representative,
Diane Alameida, vice president, Dee Rich,
president, and Patty Danielson, secretary.
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GAA members were, top row: J, Wood, P, Wood, K, Barrett, S. LeBoeuf, N. Bianca,
P, Mahlman, S, Pickard, K. Norberg, V. May, P. Brown, C. Hevesy, J, Shimizu, S,
Pope, 2nd row: J. Painter, K, Little, K. Painter, C. Hart, L. Mixell, P, Danielson,
P, Hanson, B, Harris, K, Andersen, M. Harwell, D. Bilyeu, P. Rhyner, T, Rife, S.
Carstensen, 3rd row: J, Ingram, C, Bilyeu, J. Allison, L. Lewis, L, Stauffer, J.
Wright, K, Crider, D, Rogers, L. Thompson, K. Barron, M. Skvarla, D, Loy, M,
Driggers, 4th row: D, LeBoeu.f, M. Moon, A. Lockerbie, L. Owens, L. Loy, L,
Nagle, L, Thompson, D. Sharrock, L, Tadlock, M, Boderman. Bottom row: C. Rogers
S, Lee, D. Scott, S, Hall, I. Talley, L. Goettsch, K, Strauss, C, Peters, G, Warner, T
Romiti, D. Thomas, J. Biegel.
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0 Rio Linda
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Students are where
the action is
G,A,A, 's vivacious volleyball spikers were,
standing, left to right: N. DeBarros, E.
Hewitt, C, Bilyeu, K, Crider, P. Hanson, L.
Mixell, N, Warner, J. Wright, S. Alameida,
D. Bilyeu, J. Rogers, and D, Blackwood. In
front: J. Beigel, Miss Christoffersen, coachg
and K. Little. Kathy Scanland fbelow leftj pre
pares for a strike during G,A,A, 's bowling
season. Speech club debaters fbelow rightj
rehearse their strikes for the up-coming
blue-streak tournament. Preparing to sell
mistletow fbottom leftj C,S, F, members cal-
culate how much they must sell in order to
raise enough money to buy an electric race
car set for the Cl1ildren's Receiving Home.
Chess players fbottorn righty invent Excedrin
headache 1970 - trying to make for breakj
School ls More Than ust C asses
Volleyball Scores Turning to a variety of activities, girls decorate for Sadie Hawkins
Foothill vs: fleftj, participate in gymnastics qcenterj, and vote for Dog Patch King
Bella Vista Qrightj. Future Nurses fbelow lefty T. Niel, L. Honatosas, and S.
Grant Carstensen practice giving tuberculosis tests. G,A,A, basketball
Norte team members were fstandingjz P. Brown, S. Lyons, K, Crider, T,
Washington White, and A. Lopez. Middle row: K. Andersen, D. Blackwood, M.
Rio Linda Boderman, C. Hevesy, and J. Shimizu. In front: P. Rhyner, L,
Grant Stauffer, P. Hansen, C. Cashdollar, and Mrs, Watkins, coach.
vig' . so
Competition is man's life
Without it he oan't succeed
With it he can fail.
But with either success or failure
man has attempted something-
to better himself in what he does. ,
Foothill 1-i Encino 0
Foothill 6 Wooster 6
Foothill 7 Highlands 28
Foothill 0 Bella Vista 32
Foothill 12 Willows O
Foothill 2 Norte Del Rio 28
Foothill 13 Highlands 0
Foothill 14 Grant 14
Foothill 6 Rio Linda O
Foothill 18 Elk Grove 20
Varsity team members fbelowy standing: Marty Hamburg, Joe
Newman, Rick Cross, Dennis Conway, Bill Weiser, Randy
Davis, Kneeling: Tom Weddle, John Smith, and Bob Haley,
Standing Qrightl: Bob Stauffer, Pete Manly, Steve Jones, Dave
Main, Mike LaLande. Kneeling: Bolo Thomas, Gary Collins,
and Rick Morris.
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T ustang Record
Although the Mustang varsity squad was filled
with talent this year, inconsistency was
Foothill' s weakness. The high spots were: a
ninth ranked defense in Sacramento, a victory
over North Metro champions, Rio Linda: a tie
with Nevada state's best, Wooster High: and a
triumphant Homecoming against Highlands.
However, these achievements were too few to
be effective in the standings. Coaches Frank
Negri, Richard Jacobsen, and Larry DaPrato
guided the gridders to a 3-5-2 record and
fourth place in the league, Leading the team
with outstanding performances were seniors
John Smith and Tom Weddle, whose second
efforts pulled Foothill through many tight
spots: Dennis Conway and Bill Weiser, who
threw the oppostion's offense for long losses,
and Danny Thomas, Marty Hamburg, and
Peter Boyd, who also came through in clutch
Football team traditionally sings the Alma Mater fleftj after a hard fought battle, While Danny Thomas fabovej
waits for the defensive unit to stop a Wooster drive, Coach Negri relates his feelings of displeasure to Evan
Anderson, Qbelow lefty Standing: Dan Thomas, Martin Hintz, Larry Battenberg, Steve Beck, Rocky Gager:
kneeling: Peter Boyd, Mike Herron, and Floyd Cooper. fbelow righty Standing: Barry Gardner, Evan Anderson
Craig Fredrickson, Mike Munro: kneeling: Dave Main, Theron Lowery, Curtis Hightower, and Cam McColl,
Tom Weddle frighty prepares to suck up another pass from
Randy Davis. Dennis Conway, Joe Newman, and Pete Manly
fbottomy smother Grant's quarterback for a 20 yard loss as
Bill Weiser looks on, Floyd Cooper, Dennis Conway, and
other Mustang defenders Qbelowy pile on Grant ball carrier.
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Steve Beck fupper rightj is on the receiving ond of a
successful 15 yard bullet from quarterback Dan Thomas
One of Foothill's awesome front four, Floyd Cooper,
flower lefty dumps a Rio Linda ball carrier to aid his
team in beating the new North Metro champions 6-0.
Several Foothill defenders Qabovey spoil Norte's bid for
a ground gain.
Sophs Gain Experience
The hard work and eeeeeeeeeeeeee W, eeQee nAAa
toils of the sophomore if
football team seemed to be in vain this year, as
they fell seven times, leaving them with only
three wins for the season, Coach Reed felt that
even though the record wasn't too impressive,
the sophomore team had some very outstanding
Foothill 8 Encina 15
Foothill 14 Wooster 33
Foothill 2 Highlands 12
Foothill 0 Bella Vista 35
Foothill 0 Willows 42
Foothill 20 Norte Del Rio 6
Foothill 0 Highlands 30
Foothill 8 Grant 28
Foothill 20 Rio Linda 6
Foothill 14 Elk Grove 12
Top row: B, Coyne, C, Campbell, L, Lopez, B, Morris, P. Doss, T. Sullivan, B, Dennison, J, McKinley, R, Quenett, B, Kay, C,
Knoche, S. Severance, G. Kneck, J. Lee, M, Cote, R. Bastion. Middle row: B, Reynolds, B, Kinne, D, Janish, J, Harvey, B.
Raschki, F, Roe, N, DeCant, B, McClammy, T, Taylor, D. Lindsey, D, Inglett, mgr, Bill Jones, Bottom row: M, Sullivan, R.
Redhorse, D. Furness, S. Geottsch, G, Rippetoe, R, Krill, B, Babcock, J, Foster, R. Garvin, B, Ratcliif, J. Ritter. Coaches: Rick
Reed and Rick Costello,
Doug Inglett fleftj wrestles off Highlands tacklers. Doug Inglett Qbelowj
goes to the air to receive a pass from sophomore pigskin handler Brad
Dennison. Foothill gridders Qbelow lefty surround Bella Vista player.
Defense lines up flower rightj to meet the Bella Vista offense head on.
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Mark Jenson is about to leap on Rio Tierra runner
fbelowj. Foothill ball carrier Qrightj swerves to
avoid tackle. As Pat Manly looks on, fbottom lefty
a teammate jumps for a pass. Pat Manly fbelow
rightj sidesteps to catch an off-course pass.
Foothill 22 Del Paso 0
Foothill 6 Las Palmas 6
Foothill 22 Don Julio 6
Foothill 36 Campus Verde 12
Foothill 24 Valle Vista 0
Foothill 12 Rio Tierra 6
Foothill 26 Rio Linda 8
Foothill's freshmen showed great promise this year
when they tied Las Palmas for first place in their
league. Coaches Wallace and Linde guided the frosh
as they compiled a 6-0-1 record, Front runners Pat
Manly, Doug Bartell, and Mike Weeks led the team
to Foothill's first freshmen football championship,
Top row: T, Oseski, B. Nelson, D, Winkler, K, Savage, D, Inderbitzen, P, Miles, M. Weeks, A, Angelo, J. Hamilton, J, Way, L.
Parker, S. Kaylor, K, Ross, J, Sawyer, B, Jukkala, M, Jensen, J. Burns, 2nd row: A. Gorrell, D, Henry, W, Little, G, Vanderleun,
O, Heard, R, Weddle, R. Craib, R, Frazee, W. Bleakly, J. Wolfe, R. Kennedy, D. McColl. 3rd row: R. Estridge, C. Ellingsen, G.
Boyd, L, Frederiksen, D, Bartell, M, Bang, R. Dreyer, K, Turner, J. Niehaus, E, Prawl, D, Smith, M. Manley, Bottom row: G,
Troy, D, Wasson, R, Davis, D, Nash, J. Spann, M, Coyne, J, Backer, G. Deger, M. Matsuda, T, Petit, D, Scott, B, Szkotak,
Coaches Kim Wallace and Calvin Linde,
ross Country Team Hoofs
Its Way to Successful Season
Determination, hard work, and indi-
vidual effort pushed the Foothill Cross-
Country tefam to a fairly successful
season. Kevin Burke, an individual
runner for the varsity team, placed
third in the league meet and fourth in
the subsections, The junior varsity
and sophomore teams placed second
in the league meet, Contributing to
such success was Guy Markam, an
outstanding runner who placed in the
The sophomore team took an over all sev-
enth in the Superior Northern California
Sectional Cross-Country Meet over a field
of sixty-two high schools. Guy Markarn
Qabove lefty turns the corner and heads for
the finish. Kevin Burke fabovel runs uphill
a difficult task in cross-country running.
Doug Beck qrightl exhibits his endurance.
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fabovej Top row: Guy Markam, Doug Beck, Jeff Wainscott. Bottom row: Kevin Burke, Tony Flores, Mike Swan.
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John Weichec, Tom Stevens, Bill Stevens, and Dennis Hawkins. John
Case Qrightj sprints to the finish,
Top row: Coach Gittens, D, Beck, M. Swan, G, Harkam, J. Weichec, J, Wainscott, D, Brown. Middle row: B. Stevens, K. Burke
J. Case, B. Barron, M, McLaughlin, A, Cunwald. Bottom row: G, Pracillias, T, Stevens, S, Arnold, L. Ritter, T. Flores, M.
Freshmen Capture Cage Title
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Coach Harold Hansen, the Frosh
successively completed their
basketball season by rounding up
the first place title in their lea-
gue, The Ponies earned an 8-2
record losing only to Campus
Verde and Las Palmas Junior
High Schools. Due to the out-
standing talent on this team
Foothill should prove to remain
a major basketball power in
Freshmen basketball players
fleftj pressure the Las Palmas
team during a crucial game.
Freshman team members include, top row: Coach Harold Hansen, Dave Winkler, Harry Myhre, Scott Kaylor, Mike Weeks, Ken
Savage. 2nd row: Roy Estridge, John Way, Doug Bartell, Carl Ellingson, Odist Heard, Kerry Inderbitzen, Jim Danielson. 3rd
row: Dale Lewis, Jolly Backer, Dave Nash, Charlie Barrett, Pat Manley, Bill Nelson.
unior Var ity Finishes Third
J,V, cagers are, standing: Coach Darrel Strickland, Bruce Kaye, Steve Nickell, Steve Patchett, Marcus Crowder, Brad Denison,
Bryan Morris. Middle row: Bob Coyne, Claude Basset, Ken Ching, Edgar Lee, Melvin Pace. Bottom row: Jeff Backer, Doug
lnglett, Scott Arnold, Dale Howard.
basketball team ended the
season at the . 500 percent mark with ten wins and ten
losses. Even though this year's team only placed
third in the North Metropolitan League their real goal
is what talent they can supply for next year's varsity
team. With such standouts as Dale Howard, Doug
Brad Denison, and Steve Nickell Coach Hougland
should not have any problem in finding the talent for
another championship basketball squad,
Andy Walters Qleftj keeps the opposing team on their
toes as he hustles the ball around the court.
Inglett, Jeff Backer, Marcus Crowder, Andy Walters,
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Steve Nickell fupper lefty takes a jump shot from the foul line in an
effort to secure two more points. Dale Howard fupper rightj keeps
a watchful eye on a Folsom Bulldog defender as he works the ball
into the basket. Although he is second team, Jeff Backer flower
leftj adds strength and depth to the J,V, team, Edger Lee fabovey
utilizes his ball handling ability while he challenges an opponent.
Wrestling roves to
he Major Sport
When asked about team potential
during a mid-season practice
head coach Larry DaPrato replied, "We have a great deal of natur-
al talent, which has contributed greatly to the fact that we are un-
defeated, but we still have four league matches to go. But the
greatest contribution to the teams winning streak is conditioning,
we run them until we know they won't tire out in a match. "
Coach DaPrato refused to mention any particular wrestlers as a
superior over any other, but he mentioned that those that were
instrumental in the Mustangs success were Mike Loomis, Larry
Ritter, Dave Shapiro, Andy Knoch, Tom Mullally, Theron Lowery,
Martin Hintz, Bill Cooper, Rick Morris, Larry Battenburg, Steve
Brown, Mike Degar, and Craig Munday,
Top row: Coach Mike Woodside, Head Coach Lawrence DaPrato. 2nd row:
D, Lindsey, B. Stauffer, K. Grabe, D. Menieece, B. McClammy, R. Davis,
M. Martinez, mgr, 3rd row: L. Battenburg, T. Holland, D. Russell, C,
Munday, J. Pasillas, L. Hintz, D, Powers, L, Pasillas, M, Loomis. Bot-
tom row: B. Cooper, M, Hintz, T. Lowery, D. Shapiro, S, Brown, A, Knoch,
R. Morris, T. Mullally, T. Flores, L. Ritter,
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Foothill varsity wound up in a three-way tie for the
North Metro League wrestling championship, Foothill
J,V, was the soul possessor of the league champion-
Foothill qualified eleven of thirteen wrestlers for the
sub-sections. Foothill was rated number two in
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his "endure"-match early by pinning his man to the mat.
Steve Brown fabovey, a well versed leg wrestler, continues to
show his opponents that he has no intentions of losing. The
123-lb, weight class was upheld in fine fashion this ycar as
Tony Flores fleftj executes a fairly complex move on his way
to secure five team points for the pin.
oothill Goes All The Way'
After an unexpected upset
at the Christmas Tourney
between Foothill and Grant, the Foothill cagers
"psyched up" to win every game afterwards. The
basketball squad had a highly impressive season
this year, "Hoaglund's Heroes" won the North
Metro League title enabling the team to travel to
the Camellia Tournament of Champions. The
team entered the tourney rated not to win or lose.
With terrific speed and high rebounds, the team
won their first game, the second game, and finally
the big one to show that the tremendous Mighty
Mustangs were NO, 1, With outstanding players
like Dave Webber frighty and Joe Garland, it was
no wonder the team outwitted Lodi in the final
match with a stunning score 60-59. Pictured at
right is the starting line-up: Dave Webber,
Richard May, Joe Garland, Bob Motley, and
Phil Wiechec With the T,O,C, trophy, Although
the team only placed two on the all-tourney team
Richard May, Phill Wiechec, and Bob Motley
contributed outstandingly to the team and without
them where would we be ?
Pictured belowfclockwisej: B. Hamilton, M, McConnell
W. Michaud, D. Webber, P. Estridge, and Coach
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Foothill 71-62 Bell Vista
Foothill 65-49 Rio Americano
Foothill 74-46 Washington
Foothill 85-52 Oakmont
Foothill 65-67 Grant
Foothill 7 5-65 Elk Grove
Foothill 73-58 Norte
Foothill 80-61 Cordova
Foothill 69-36 Rio Linda
Foothill 73-46 Ponderosa
Foothill 69-43 Norte
Foothill 93-36 Del Oro
Foothill 67-60 Grant
Foothill 55-52 Highlands
Foothill 80-53 Folsom
Foothill 59-41 Elk Grove
Foothill 74-37 Rio Linda
Foothill 68-44 Norte
Foothill 73-66 Grant
Foothill 48-45 Highland
Foothill 84-53 Elk Grove
Foothill 59-44 Shasta
Foothill 59-44 Pittsburg
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With the coaching of Mr
Ray Nyman, Foothi11's 1970
golf team proved to be very powerful. With the
help of such skilled and experienced golfers as
Dave Crites and Paul Griffith it is no wonder
that Foothill's golfers were such a threat dur-
ing this year's season.
Golfers were, Top row: B. Lyons, J. Samsel,
P. Griffith. Bottom row: K. Runstadler, S,
Hill, D. Jassel, and K. Tyner.
Bruce Lyons fbelowy demonstrates his golf
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Depth Aid etter
Although at the time is
of this writing, league
tennis action had not not started, the Foothill
net slashers had high hopes of bringing home
the league championship . Returning lettermen
Bob Stauffer, who notched the top spot on the
tennis ladder, and David LeBoeuf, who added
needed depth to the team, planned on leading
the team to victory. Mark Lowder, Steve
Dreyer, and Roger Dreyer helped assure
Foothill of a winning season. Sophomore
Chris Engh promised Foothill a fine season
when he won the number two spot on the var-
Mark Lowder and Steve Dreyer frightj display winning
form and why they were one of the top doubles team in
the North Metro. David LeBoeuf fbelowy stretches
back to obtain more power for his "deadly" serve.
Coach Rick Reed fbelow righty stands with J.V. team
members R. Morris, S. Bray, G. Condo, G. Bell,
L. Anderson, and T, Stevens.
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backhand, Roger Dreyer Qmiddle leftj takes the initiative to play
an offensive net position, Chris Engh flefty places spin on the ball
as he serves to his opponent, Bob Stauffer fabovej extends to
quickly return a lob.
Dave Lindsey fbelowj puts
the shot. Larry Lopez frighty,
a high pole vaulter, soars
over the bar. Dave Hamilton
fupper middlej makes the
handoff during a. relay.
Track and Field Require Versatilit
John Foster and Doug Inglett leap over the hurdles . Jess
McKinley pops over the high jump bar.
Foothill, ootmen Follow
This year's track squad was expressed as being potentially g r
dangerous in league competition by head track coach
Richard Jacobsen. He mentioned that returning lettermen -
Tom Weddle, Mike Herron, Dave Shapiro, Gray Scott, ,
Mike Swan, Mike Smith, and Craig Hanson added depth to f
Some sophomores donning varsity sweats this year were 4,
Terry Sullivan, John Foster, and Doug Inglett.
Top row: J. Wainscott, R. Fritz, Coaches K. Gittins and J. !
Powell, J, Frankovich, J. Cook. Middle row: M, Swan, K. Burk,
D. Shapiro, D. Beck, D. Levis. Bottom row: D, Howard, G.
Ralph, T. Sullivan, M. Herron, C. Hanson. 5
Top row: S. Gower, C. Fredrickson, E. Anderson, M. Pace, J.
Scoggins, M. Smith, Coach R. Jacobsen. Middle row: C. Sivil,
G. Collons, W. Thomas, G. Jones, B. Ingersoll. Bottom row:
T. Weddle, G. Scott, P. Clayton, B. Gardner.
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Weddle demonstrate their skills. Barry Gardner qabove lefty leads
out of the blocks to begin the varsity 440 yd, relay, Kevin Burke
Qleftj hits the tape at the end of a long two-mile race. Mike Smith
fabovej winds up over the bar to lead Foothill's vaulters to another
first place .
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Bill Ingersoll fabove lefty, first man in the shot put pit, strains
for every inch. Mike Smith fabove rightj leaps for much
needed distance. Craig Hanson fabovej flys over cross-bar.
Eddie Loy frightj releases the disc with apparent maximum
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The swim team, having lost a few outstanding members last year, was not lost
without them. The team won all but one of their meets.
Team picture. Top row: B. Scott, M. Lund, B. Whaley, J. Reed, B. DeVore. 2nd row:
D. Hedges, R. Chellman, F. Hoffman, S. Bleakly. 3rd row: N. Edwards, B. Munroe,
S. Watson, G. Mitchell, 4th row: B, Kim, R. Garvin, C, McCall, J, Smith. 5th row:
R. Modlin, A, Knoch, J. Medve, D, Race. 6th row: D. Henry, R. Niehaus, M. Jeffcott,
S. Wilkinson. Bottom row: F. Castburg, D. Braddock, R. Gonsolves, G. Lewis.
Above right: Braddock dives. Below: B. Scott gets ready to start when N.
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the breaststroke . Bottom: Greg Mitchell
gets his way to the finish. Right: Ross
Modlin works the fly during the I.M.
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turn. Above left: After completing
the 400 free. Top: Dave Hedges
psychs up. Above: Coach Negri
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This year's freshman baseball team, directed by
Coach Darell Strickland, was possibly one of the
most versatile freshman teams in Foothill's
history. Some of this year's talents who will
definitely be making a move to a winning J .V. or
varsity team next year include Doug Bartell, Pat if
Manley, Jolly Backer, Randy Davis, and Bill
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Linda armman. First base-
man, Randy Davis, Qabove
rightl takes the throw away
from second baseman, Doug .
Bartell, but is too late to tag
runner Pat Manley. -
Team members are, Top
row: M. Weeks, J. Way, D.
Bartell, Coach D. Strickland,
B. Nelson, T. Oseki, J.
Danielson, S. Kaylor. Front
row: D. Stenner, M.
Matsuda, M. Band, J. Backer,
B. Brazinski,M. Motley, R.
Davis, B. Skzotack, P,
J.V. ine Get Tough
When Coach Costello
was asked about this
year's junior varsity baseball team, he replied
that the squad would out-play their opponents
with enthusiasm and aggression. The team's
season proved Mr . Costello to be correct.
Adding to the team's aggressive action were
Ray Cheek, Kevin Lewis, Danny Sennett, and
Team members are, Top row: D. Boderman, B.
Coyne, B. Kinne, R. Cheek, K. Ching, B. Kaye,
coach Costello. Bottom row: C. Bassett, R.
Red-Horse, K. Lewis, C. Fry, B. Dennison, M.
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Under the coaching of Mr.
Kim Wallace, this yearis
varsity baseball team showed outstanding talent. Although the
Mustangs fell to both Norte and Grant early in the season, the
team's desire and skill enabled them to continue the season power-
fully. The starting nine players were aided by the remaining seven
whose versatility proved essential in tight spots ,
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ball toward home plate. Rich May fbelowy successfully makes the
slide into home plate during a practice game against the junior
varsity team .
Varsity baseball team members are, Top row: Coach Don Norell, S. Redhorse, J. Garland, J. Ingram, R. Davis, R. May, G.
Williams, R. Cross, T. Lowery, and Coach Kim Wallace. Bottom row: Mgr. M. O'Connor, S. Beck, C. Moniz, W. Bulber,
G. Riolo, M. Kinne, K, May, T, Fowler, Bob Motley.
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slides into second base. George Riolo looks on while Ken May has no time to
make a play. Greg Williams frightj bunts the ball in an effort to score a mmner
from third base.
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Working together to make
their class the best were
this year's freshmen, They first elected able leaders
who organized a tremendously successful candy sale,
The money earned from the candy sale will more than
pay for future senior events. In various phases of
school life, the freshmen could be seen contributing
energy and having fun. Freshmen represented them-
selves well in sports, spirit, scholastics, student
life, and in many after-school activities. The ver-
satile class of '73 wound up the year with a spring
Diana Foster fabove leftj gives Becky Kouw
the hard sell, The lunch table offers Carol
Champlain and Kim Braun Qabove righty the
chance to rap. Barbara Hense and Anita
Lopez fabovej listen intently to the campaign
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All through the year, the freshman officers led the class to a good start in their high school career, The fall officers organized a
very prosperous candy sale a11d also helped to make Button Day, during Homecoming Week, a big success. Later in the year, the
capable spring officers organized a dance and party for the class. Fall and spring leaders were, Back row: Janet Jones, Patty
Brown, Debbie Bright, Robert Martinez, Cary Inderbitzen, Jim Danielson, and Kim Little. Front row: Sue Hall, Cindy Crowder
Cindy Leiblein, and Mitch White. Standing is Donnie Henry.
Freshmen ork ith
Mrs. Begin's sixth period, top row: D.
Enriquez, S. Hatfield, D. Dunehew, T.
Urias, L. Russell, C. Voorhees, B. Mes-
ner, C. Bellah, D. Winkler, R. Estridge,
D, Henry, 2nd row: G. Hill, J. Gnirk, P.
Moffet, S. Hall. 3rd row: D. Smith, B,
Bishop, R. Langille. 4th row: L. Wetterer
B. Weber, L. Bontrager, D, Rich. Bot-
tom row: R. MoBroom, L. Thompson.
Mrs. Begin's fourth period, Top row: J.
Hansen, C. Johnson, D, Bilyeu, S. De-
Meyer, J. Boudrot, M. Jordan, C, Barrett,
C. Arnold, G.Couture, 2nd row: J.
Juarros, J. Mitchell, T. Moore, M. Adams
D. Loden. 3rd row: J. Allard, J. Pollock,
A. Gutierrez. 4th row: L. Hultz, V. Vega,
B. Dunfee, L. Pasillas, B. Nelson. Bot-
tom row: R. Martinez, T, Jeffcott, K.
Farr, C. Inderbitzin,
Mr. Turner's third period, top, row:
S. Pryor, D. Dunks, K. Mincks, D.
Sumer, M, O'Brien. 2nd row: R.
Bailie, T. Taylor, M, Oldham. 3rd
row: N. McCabe, D. Albaugh, V.
Davis, D. Dempsey, E. Kent. 4th
row: C. Weaver, R, Paez, D.
Dadigan, A. Liming, B. McCalister,
J. Parker, B. Szkotak, E. Powell,
5th row: R. Caldwell, L. Anderson,
J. Sawyer, R. Dreyer, B. Stevens.
Bottom row: N. Crumrine, L,
Miller, L. Moore.
Miss Nibler's first period, top row: S, Pelzel, P. Mahlman, D, Kelsay, D.
Grimsman, K. Burroughs. 2nd row: J. Murphy, V. Little, J. Danielson, P
Brown, 3rd row: P. Rhyner, K. Moniz, S, Lee, O. Heard, R. Davis, M.
Braswell, L. Benstead, 4th row: V, Richter, K. Tyner, M. Williams, J.
Haworth, M. Castor, M. Belnap, Bottom row: P. Randle, P. Manley, S.
Eckler, G. Campaigne.
Mrs, Van Buren's second period, top row: P, Bonslett, J. Wild, 2nd row:
R, Williams, R. Cassety, L. Murrill, 3rd row: D, McColl, T. Smiley, C,
Mayberry, Bottom row: R. Farley, M. Hays, A. Lopez, S. Titus, J.
Mrs. Young's third period, top row: G. Beltran, B. Davies, A. Angelo, D. Thompson
R, Voss, D. Morse. Middle row: K, McElroy, J. Rushin, M,MeCarthy, B.
Valenzuela, B. Brzezenski, S. Pelkofer, E. Helmer. Bottom row: D. Armour, D.
McGinty, D. Nash, G. Nash, T. Fudge, K. Moore, T. Casey, I. Jones, C. Byrd, M.
Beverly Wilcox and Mary O'Brien Qleftj enjoy talent at the Homecoming assembly.
Kim Braun flower rightj reacts to a friend's campaign promise.
Mrs. Begin's fifth period, top row: T. Shell, W. Little, 2nd row: H. Myhre, D. Le-
Boeuf, L, Perry, 3rd row: S, Call, P. Ziaya, J, Jones, P. Morris, S, Gronhovd,
C. Hevesy, 4th row: K, Braun, G. Nichols, G. Byus, J. Shimizu, S. Hill, 5th row:
D, Straub, J. Wilkinson, B. Jukkala, G, Troy, L. Kokinos, C. Champlain, Bottom
row: D. Thompson, L. Loy, R. Marquardt, S. Kyle.
Mr. James's fourth period, top rowg B.
Bleakly, R. Tillis, M. Loomis, S. Spell-
man, E. Grindrod. 2nd row: R. Barrows
D. Avery, T. Kashuba, K. Cruse. 3rd
row: C. Gilbert, J. Greenwalt, D. Smith,
C. Hurst, D. Naswell, B. Brooks, D.
Greenwood, D. Taylor. Bottom row: J.
Hamilton, M. Bell.
Mrs. Begin's first period, top row: V.
Goicoa, L. Green, D, Harrigan, A, Gor-
rell, J, Painter, C. Strauss. 2nd row: L
Martinez, K. Ross, M. White, M. Mason,
G. Boyd. 3rd row: J. Redlich, S. Bell, L
Pace, M. Jensen, R, Stevens, M. Burns-
worth. Bottom row: M. O'Connor, K.
Savage, K. Turner, L, Vaccaro, A. Howard
Standing is J. Tate.
Mrs. Young's second period, top
row: C. Crowder, G. Deger, D.
Lemmons, D, Lewis, J. Samsel,
S. Winje. 2nd row: R. Ballard,
J. Way, C. Janes, P. Williams,
R. Valenzuala. 3rd row: S. Zang,
D. Courter, M. Weeks, J. Peck,
S. Stubbs. 4th row: M, Andrade,
C. Collier, R. Gibson, T. Aseski,
T. Petit. Bottom row: J. Acker-
man, D, Bernd, A, Flowers, J.
Backer, D. Scott,
Mr. Turner's fifth period, top row: M. Bowers, J. Niehaus, W. Savage, P, Hernbree, F. Lacert, R, Craib, J
Crumrine. Middle row: K. Soik, K. Little, H. Meyer, L. Kinnamon, M.Olinger, C. Blair. Bottom row: P.
Weaver, D. Harris, L, Stillwell, M. Moon, S, Sullivan, L. Balazsy, B. Scott, S, Anderson, T, Candle, M.
Mrs. Van Buren's sixth period, top row: P. Walker, J. Wilson, J. Winn, J, Davenport, D, Andersen, D,
Shrader, J. Moore, C. Gardner, W, Miska, G. Bianca.. 2nd row: K. Hemness, D. Woods, I. Talley, L. Com-
stock, E. Owensky, T. Wilson, D. Heib. Bottom row: S. Huggins, C. Rogers, L, Nagle, L. Klein, M. Mains,
R. Weedle, M, Bang,
Mrs. Van Buren's fourth period, Top row: S. Roe, D. Waterhouse, K.
Crachy, D. Bradley, R. Anderson, D, Kohnke, A. Link, T. Stevens, C.
Messer, D. Thomas, P. Bayard, 2nd row: L, Rogers, D. Bartell, R.
Smith, D. Coley, B. Adams, L. Parker, S. Garoutte, M. Still. 3rd row:
H. Kilgore, C. Leiblein, P. Gardner, C. Griffin, Bottom row: K. Elder,
W. Engilis, K. Lohn, P. Meier,
Freshmen top honors students, Left: earn their 3. 5 average the hard Way.
These students were, Standing: K. Moniz, L. Loy, S, Henrikson, C. Hevesy,
D. Kelsay, B. Anderson, B. Bishop, L. Wetterer, D. Lemmons, Forming
the pyramid were, Top: G. Troy. Middle: J. Wilkinson, K. Tyner. Bottom:
T. Jeffcott, S. Hill, W. Little.
Mrs. Van Buren's third period, Top row: J. Virgil, R. Getter, J. Main, C. Flores, E. Helmer, D. Lopez. 2nd row: M. Dunlap,
A, Lopez, E. O'Hearn, B. Akin, N. Mattaconi, D. Steener, N. Weaver. 3rd row: P. Tullous, K. Peck, R, Williams, D. Ball, D
Cook, L. Dobitz, D. Bright. 4th row: M. Motley, D. Hasty, D, Sabalow, A, Kearfott, 5th row: D. Foster, M. Harwell, J.
Medue, D. Dollarhide. Bottom row: D, Perry, S, Droby.
Mr. Milton's first period, Top row: S. Lyons, S. Christensen, J. Pomodoro
P, McVicar, E. Roller, B, Powell, E. Prawl. 2nd row: G. Leerskov, P.
Benefield, C. Westerman, B. Hense. 3rd row: S. Duchien, M. Matsuda, K.
Ballard, L. Wilkins, 4th row: S. Andrade, E. Marler, L. Tomlinson, T,
Wilhite. Bottom row: J. Burns, R. Schmidt, C. Ellingson, N. Ellis.
Thoroughly "enjoying" their algebra classes are fleftj Jody Peck and Agnes
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ophs Return Lively and nergetic
"Oh, the bus is stopping. There's
Mary! Look at that cute guy!
There's Cathy! No, she moved to Los Angeles. They look so much
alike! I wonder who's going to be in my reg?. . . My classes ? I hope
I don't get a bottom locker! What if I get first period P, E, ? Who's
going to run for president?"
These were a few of a sophomore's thoughts as she returned from a
short but enjoyable summer. For her and her classmates, this year
was a turning point: from the group to an established dlassg from the
kidded to the kiddersg from the beginners to the old hands. Richard
Lewis fleftj is tickled at the prospects of feeding fish eggs to Debbie
Wilson. fBelowJ Joanie Drayton gives aid to a kitten avoiding the
pound. fBottomj Taking advantage of the sun, many sophomores en-
joy eating out-side.
During the year of
1969-70, the class
of '72 proved to everyone their ability
in fund raising activities, including a
successful car wash in the fall and a
dance in the spring. Sophomore fall
officers were fat right, standingl:
Pete Doss, presidentg Candy Adair,
secretaryg Dan Brown, represent-
ativeg Debbie Scott, treasurer.
Seated: Leslie Owens, vice presi-
dentg Ross Modlin, representativeg
Sharlene Pickard, representative.
Spring officers were fbelow, stand-
ingj: Donna Burt, secretaryg
Sharlene Pickard, representativeg
Karen Painter, representative.
Seated: Jamey Nelson, vice presi-
dnetg Ross Modlin, representativeg
Dan Brown, presidentg Bill Porter,
The honored sophomore top
honor students with a 3.5 or better
Grade Point Average, were Qabove lefty Jean Allison and Candy
Adair with a 4.0 G,P, A, , and others, with a 3, 5-3,9 G,P, A, ,
fleftjz Ross Modlin, Cathy Pickett, Sharlene Pickard, Leslie
Owens, Karen Painter, Donna Burt, Bill Porter, and Amy
Lockerbie. fAbovey Debbie George studies diligently to earn
her 3.7 G,P,A,
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tomj forfeits the race because of a malfunction, Sue Alameida and Richard Red Horse ftopj show
off to the camera. Sophomores fmiddlej react to the game in a serious way. Richard Cruzen
fabove lefty practices for Pep Band. Tom Loveless fabove right? Studies in the LibI'3-1'Y- DCU Hunter
Qabovej takes a vocabulary test in English,
uniors Show Power and
'C unior Power" became
a reality for the class
of '71 as juniors demonstrated their class pride by involving them-
selves in all activities. Eleeting junior royalty, making a valiant
attempt to win the powder puff game, planning the Junior Prom,
sponsoring the Senior Brealdfast and painting the '71 on the drive-
way built a monumental year for the juniors. After the exciting
and tiresome powder puff game, the juniors Qrightj take time to
have their picture taken, Barbara Lctcllier fbelowj waves to the
enthusiastic homecoming crowd, Juniors flower righty clap at an
assembly as the spectacular football players are being identified.
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' ' ' , n , 'W seen having a good lunch at Der Weinerschnitzel. Mark Meyers
W' ,V , fleftj shows how to properly start a papier mache. Marsha
, A ' Moore and Sue Jones Qabovey learn to construct a curtain in
fficers Fulfill Qhhgation
F all officers worked
hard their first sem-
ester as juniors, New school rings
were being discussed and decided on,
ways of getting money into the treas-
ury and the planning of the upcoming
activities were just a few of the many
experiences which the officers had to
set their minds to. From the help of
their planning, the junior year turned
out to be a smashing success. Below
are Eddie Loy, presidentg Sue Caruso,
representativeg Vickie Mitchell, secre-
tary, Claudia Smith, treasurer, and
Mike Bayard, vice president.
"Spring" came all too soon as the
spring officers were elected. Events
became closer and much thought was
used to make these events a success .
First was the Junior Prom, then to
the class picnic and at last was the
Senior Breakfast. At left are Randy
Voegle, vice president, Diedra
Lackey, treasurer, Doug Beck,
presidentg Mike Bayard, representa-
tiveg Brenda Barornan, secretaryg and
Nina DeF1ippo, representative .
People are like flowers -
of many sizes,
shapes and names -
perennial, never ceasing to bloom
covering the earth
with beautiful color.
Top row: Kendall Crider, Amy Carstensen, Bruce Wiswell, Kim Stubbs, and Joe Thomas. 2nd row: Steve
Nickell, Robin Kaye, Lisa Fredericksen, Claudia Smith, and Mike Bayard. 3rd row: Sara Pendley, Beth
Lockerbie, Valita Lewis, and Chris Hurst, Bottom row: Karen Lee and Chuck Moniz. All of these students
made top honors with at least a 3. 5 GPA.
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Much time and energy were spent planning and pre-
paring the decorations for the Junior Prom as shown
fbelowj by our class advisor, Mr. Hoagland, Janet
Schultz, Craig Fredriksen, and Charlie King. Before
the prom itself, Princesses and Princes were nomin-
ated and an assembly held in their honor, Carla
Carlburg escorted by Phil Wiechec frightl. Chris
Hurst escorted by Eddie Loy flower lefty and Judy
Holshouser escorted by Wayne Bulber flower rightl
are presented at the assembly.
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was staged on March 14, in
the multi-purpose room,
Everyone had a Wonderful
time as they danced to the
music of Horace-Barn Blues
Band. Gold and pink decor-
ated the bandstand and a
large brick balcony was the
background scene for the
coronation, Ivy and camellias
hung down from the bricks
and turned the multi-purpose
room back to the days of
"Romeo and Juliet." High-
lighting the evening was the
crowning of Romeo, Joe
Garland, and Juliet, Brenda
thoroughly enjoyed themselves
and hated to see the evening
end. Princesses and escorts
are flower lefty Chris Hurst
and Eddie Loy, Carla Carl-
burg and Phil Wiechec,
Brenda Baroman and Joe
Garland, Lisa Fredriksen
and Bob Motley, Judy
Holshouser and Wayne Bulber,
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uniors Await Senior
The end of the year has arrived
and the juniors are proud of the
activities they had accomplished.
They are now ready to show the
underclassmen what "Senior
Power" will offer in the year of
'71, They are all sad to see
their junior year disappear, but
are proud to know that their
senior year will be full of activi-
ties and fun.
Eddie Loy and Craig Fredriksen decorate for the Junior Prom and wonder how the decorations will turn out.
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Holshouser, and Janet
Schultz fupper middlej par
ticipate during their sixth
period P,E, period,
Marianne Troop fabovej
listens attentively to a
guest speaker. Dennis
Pickett and Mr. Milton
fleftj fight to see who will
receive the A for the day,
Throughout the years, seniors,
juniors, sophomores, and freshmen
have participated in all school activities. They have all
planned together and made the activities, as well as the year,
a success. Several students ffar righty worked on and dis-
cussed an upcoming problem in a drug abuse debate.
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Activities, Discussion, Debate,
Study, and Fun
Senior Supremacy Supplys Energy
to Achieve Ultimate Goals
Senior year is the most event-
ful and important period of
a student"s entire high school career with graduation as
the ultimate goal. Graduation is a turning point in the
life of each senior as he must decide what his goals in
life are and how he will accomplish them. During their
senior year, most seniors experienced new responsi-
bilities and anxieties such as applying to colleges, being
the leaders of an entire student body and holding a sit-
down strike in the cafeteria. Being a senior in high
school is an unforgetable experience--an experience that
will be reminisced during the many years to come.
Laura Stauffer and Martin Lund fnear rightl find them-
selves in the limelight as they groove at the Sadie
Hawkins dance. Larry Battenburg ffar rightj, as he
gets his cap and gown measurements taken, discovers
that maybe graduation and being a mighty senior has
gone to his head after all. Martin Lund Qextreme right!
pleads for a victory for the basketball team. The Sen-
ior Class of '70 Qbelow leftj experienced their first
taste of power when they bombarded senior lawn after
advancing on the last day of school as lowly juniors to
powerful seniors. Kim Allison, Senior Inti Raimi Prin-
cess, and her escort Dave Webber fbelow rightl emerge
from the time tunnel as they are presented at the Inti
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Meet the Challenge of
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officers began to plan for all upcoming
events, including the grad party at
Disneyland, Committee heads were
chosen for every spring activity, and
plans were made by each committee
head. To finance the spring activities,
the officers organized car Washes, a
paper drive, and a candy sale, Through
industrious Work and planning, the fall
officers opened the door to a great senior
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Penni Huggins, girls' representative, fleftj and Judy
Budmark, vice presidentg Laura Stauffer, treasurerg
and Debbie Anuszewski, secretary, fcenterj frolick
at the Macy's playground while looking for inspiration
for future senior activities, Mr, Bernath, class ad-
visor, fbelow leftj assists the officers in conducting
class meetings, Bob Haley, president, fbelow centerj
accepts advice and ideas from other class members.
As the only male officers, Peter Boyd, boys' repre-
sentative, and Bob Haley fbelowj find it necessary to
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During their last and most
active semester of high
school, the members of the senior class needed par-
ticularly strong leadership. This need was met by
the spring officers who successfully carried out the
plans for each spring activity. Organizing the second
candy sale, and planning the steak fry, senior ball,
senior trip, and the grad party at Disneyland kept the
spring officers busy the entire semester.
John Smith, president, ffar leftj shows that he has the
interests of his class members at heart. Secretary
Debbie Anuszewski and Treasurer Linda Thompson
fmiddle lefty keep seniors informed by distributing
bulletins in the teachers' mailboxes. Eloise Holmes,
vice president, fbelow lefty lines up more suckers for
the candy sale, Floyd Cooper and Lori Frank, repre-
sentatives, fleftj View possible graduation announce-
ments. Linda Thompson fbelowj passes the hat to
keep the class treasury full.
Whirlwind Year Begins With Paper
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Senior Power con-
fronted the Class of '70 from
the beginning of the year. New
money-making projects were
tried and proven successful.
As a sign of the changing
times , class spirit reached its
peak and more Seniors than
ever before participated in
Proving that waste sometimes pays,
Seniors ffar lefty conducted a success-
ful paper drive. Dave LeBoeu.f fleftj
cheers the Senior Powder Puff team
on to a 8-0 victory. Patty Danielson
fbelowy tries to resist, but her class-
mates coax her into the fun.
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DIANE M, ALAMEIDA
RICHARD AV ERY
HUNTER L. AXTELL
TERI J, BAHIL
ROBERT L, BALLARD
RICHARD K. BARLUPE
STEVEN W. BECK
LARRY RICHARD BIASI
CYNTHIA L, BILYEU
LINDA MARIE BLACK
TOM E, BOURLAND
PETER R, BOYD
CONNIE SUE BRIGHT
EVELYN D, BROBECK
STEVEN MICHAE L
STEPHEN L, BROWN
JOHN MARK BRYANT KATHY BUCHANAN JUDY MARIE BUDMARK COLLEEN MARIE BUNCH
KEVIN BURKE DANIEL LEE BURNETT JUDITH DIANE CARROLL SALLY CARSTENSEN
JERI CARTER CARLENE CASHDOLLAR KATIIY JEAN CERVELLI DAVID F, CHATFIELD
Seniors reveal their hidden emotions of sincerity and loyalty for their class.
RICK CHE LLMAN
GARY C, CLAYTON
Nira De Barros fabovej meets the challenge of a foreign country, Craig
Mundy Qbelowj, "Is this right, Mr, Tsuda.?"
RICHARD T. COOK
IQXTHERINE SUE COX
JAMES M, COYNE
RICHARD ACTON CROSS
CHRISTIE ANN CRUZEN
JANA B, CUDD
PATRICIA LEE DANIELSON
WARREN BRUCE DAVIS
CHRISTINA DE FILIPPO
DIANE DE LALLO
JUNE C, DE VOE
SHARON A. DICKE
TIM A, DIETLER
BRADLEY A, DIKE
STEPHEN H. DREYER
KEN A, ECKLER
JACKIE LYN ELIOT
BARBARA LEE ENGILIS
DEBORAH L. FIELDS
LINDA A, FIOCK
ANDREA R, FLORES
SANDRA JEAN FRAZEE
DEANNA ARLEEN GAGER
KENNETH ROCKWE LL
Senior politicians wait to give their campaign speeches.
ra De Barros ftopj proves that the hand is
lcker than the eye, while Steve Sawer fabovej
rsuades his class to see things his way.
ALLYON R. GIBBS
STEPHEN GOWER RUTH E, GRAY
CAROLYN SUE GRIDER JANICE LEE GRONHOVD
CAROL GUSTAVSON ROBERT T. HALEY
VIRGINIA M, HALSEY
TERRY EVANGE LINE
PEGGY LEE HANSON
JUNE HARWE LL
PAMELA S, HAYS
Jake Kurtz fleftj campalgns for off1ce Whlle Bonrue Roberts Qmghty wonders "D1dI make the rlght cho1ce?"
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Bob Haley and Bill Weiser Qabovej relax from selling Christmas suckers,
while a tense moment in the powder puff game is reflected in cheer-
leader Bill Schnielzingeids face fbelowj.
BENJAMIN SCOTT HENRY
CURTIS HIGHTOWER I
GARY M. HUFF
JOE S. HUFFMAN
PEGGI JOAN HUGGINS
PENNI JUNE HUGGINS
RITA MAE HUTCHISON
JACK FRANCIS INGRAM
Greg Mitchell and Nancy Warner ftopy pro
mote yearbook sales, while Cindy Bilyeu
fabovej experiments with oils.
CARL RICHARD JEWELL
JOE P. JOHNSON JR.
SANDRA L. JONES
YERLE JONES w
GAIL M. KELLY
NINA L. KELLY
KATHRYN ANN KING
SALLY S. KUWAMOTO NV
JAKE A. KURTZ
LESLIE JAY LACERT
Lori Frank fabovej proves that homecoming is finger-licking
good. Two living dolls frightj. Pretty Penny and Ugly Alice
fPenny and Peggy Hugginsj amuse students at the Christmas
MICHAEL LEE L:1LANDE DONALD S, LARSON
KRISTEN G. LAURIDSEN LINDA G. LAYNE
DAVID LeBOEUF TERRI R, LEWIS
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KATHLEEN LINDSEY JUDY LOGEFEIL
LEWIS C. LONG KATHRYN MAE LOPEZ
MARK LOWDER SHARON I. LOWERY
THERON H, LOWERY
DENISE C, LUTTRELL
RICHARD R, MAY
JOHN D. MINCKS
Seniors fleftj respond enthusiastically to a drama skit, Judy Biegel is distracted from her painting at McDona1d's.
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CRAIG RAYMOND MUNDY
GEORGE GLEN NAAS
ZELINDA A, NATHAN
KAREN ANN NAY
DONNA J, NEIL
FRANCIE L, NORMAN
ERLING WILLIAM OLSEN
LESLIE PARIS LINDA PARKER
STEPHANIE PARKER CHRISTINA PARKS
EDVVIN RAY PATTERSON ROME PELKOFER
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Julia Pace ftopy brushes up on her tabulations, while Elly Holmes sells
suckers to fellow seniors.
VICKIE PERDUE '
ROBERT E LLSWORTH
ROBERT D. PERRY
MARJORIE LYNN PETT
Seriousness dons the faces of seniors as they suddenly realize that grading time for square dancing is rapidly approaching
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JOHN S. RALSTON
GINGER M. RINGLBAUER
GEORGE JOHN RIOLO
SHEILA MARIE ROMERO
MALA J. ROOP
JANICE M. SANBORN
DENNIS JOSEPH SANCHEZ
ANNE MARIE SAWYER
JOHN H, SCHEER
PAUL STEPHEN SCHOLL
JOHN L, SCOGGINS
ROBERT GRAY SCOTT
DAVID C, SHAPIRO
MICHAEL R, SIIAVER
KAREN KAE SIIULTZ
"Just one more bite, Don, and you won't have to eat any more. "
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MARIA BESS SLAWSON
DAVID R, SLOAN
JOHN THOMAS SMITH
SHARON A, SOIK
FAY L, SPEARS
LAURA JEAN STAUFFER
SUSAN STEDM AN
DANNY LE E
VIKKI ST EV ENSON
MARY JANE STRICKLAND
MARIAN SUE STUCKE
DAVID EDWARD TAFT
ROBERT R, THOMAS
EDWARD A, THOMAS
DENNIS L, THOMPSON
LYNDA ANN THOMPSON
CAROL LYNN VACCARO
WILLIAM LE SLIE
NANCY E, WARNER
DAVID L, WEBBER
RALPH L, WESTBROOK
MATTHEW B, WIIALEY
Pete Condon fleftj displays skill and agility on Rick Cross'
tricycle, while Diane De Lallo fabovej works with Barbara
Engilis and John Jimenez for the Senior newspaper drive.
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PATRICIA ANN WOOD
JUANZ ELYN CHARICE
Thrice blessed are our friends: they come,
And presently they go away.
--Richard R. Kirk
Many ofthe accomplish-
ments ofthe Class of 370
could not have been possible without the help of three
class advisorsg Mr. Bernath, Mrs. Sumner, and Mr.
Woodsideg and the class counselor, Mr. Brasmer. Mr.
Bernath fleftj extended himself far beyond the call of
duty in each and every class activitiy, During the series
of candy sales, Mr. Bernath proved not only a good
salesman but a good customer as well. Lending a help-
ing hand whenever possible, Mrs. Sumner and Mr.
Woodside fbelow lefty did their best to help with class
activities. Always ready and willing to help, Mr.
Brasmer fbelowj discussed future plans with each in-
dividual student and guided each senior into making the
right choices, Each of these faculty members donated
spare time and energy to the Class of '70 and we grate-
fully extend our thanks to them.
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Co-eds Groove Into Fashion
Jill Lowery, Kathy
Cervelli, and Lori
Frank were introduced to the world of fashion when they
were chosen as Foothil1's representatives in three of
Sacramento's largest department stores. Jill frightj is
on the Hi-Board at Weinstock'sg Lori flower rightj is on
the Hi-Board at Rhodesg and Kathy fbelowj is a member
of Avant Garde, the new Hi- Board program at Macy's.
The girls Worked Saturdays, nights, and during the
holidays, All three made lasting friendships with their
fellow workers while learning the tricks of the trade.
Aside from gaining work experience, the three young
co-eds also received a great deal of training in fashion,
modeling, and make-up,
Seniors Reach Scholastic Goal
Through diligent and industrious work, the students pictured below earned grade point averages of 3, 50 or better while
carrying at least three academic subjects. Although the senior year is filled with action and obligations, these students
managed to combine fun with classwork to come out on top.
Scholars are Qin treey Joe Newman, Kevin Burke, Erling Olsen, Craig Mundy, and Dave Shapiro, Standing: Jack Ingram, Chester
Chellman, June DeVoe, Laura Moriarity, Kathy Cervelli, Jill Lowery, Kim Allison, Connie Bright, and Bruce Gibson. Seated:
Benjamin Henry, Larry Biasi, Katrina Shultz, and Randy Keller. Not pictured: Robin Seely, Linda Black, Jana Cudd, Janice Gronhovd
Les Hintz, Deborah Hevesy, Ann Sawyer, and William Warner.
Rosalind Aflague: General
Diane Alameida: reg senator,
car council, honor roll, Jr,
Prom Queen, GAA pointkeeper,
powder puff, GAA pres. and
vice pres, , Homecoming Queen
Kim Allison: Inti Raimi
Princess, achievement honor
roll, Pep Club, Sports Club,
Paulette Andersen: General
Charles Anderson: General
Cydney Anderson: Pep Club,
Spanish Club, Soph. rep. ,
Rally treas. , Student Body
sec. , honor roll, Betty Croc-
ker Homemaking Award
Connie Angelo: honor roll,
car council, powder puff
Debra Anuszewski: GAA, Pep
Club, French Club, Home Ec
Club, CSF, reg senator, Jr.
sec. , Sr. sec., honor roll,
Math Award, Merit's Who's
Who Among American High
School Students, Society of
Outstanding American High
School Students, Nat'l Reg-
ister of Outstanding High
Terry Atkinson: honor roll,
Varsity Swimming, Block F,
All-American Swimming, Out-
standing American Teenager,
Athletic Scholarship, EQUI
Cathy Avery: General
Rick Avery: General
Hunter Axtell: General
Teri Ba.hil: General
Bob Ballard: General
Mary Barrett: Inti Raimi
Princess, Spanish Club, GAA,
honor roll, powder puff
Larry Battenberg: JV Base-
ball, JV Basketball, JV Foot-
ball, Varsity Football, Var-
Russ Beatty: General
Steve Beck: Block F, reg
senator, honor roll, Track,
Basketball, Football, Base-
Darla Bedford: HOOFBEATS
Editor, Home Ec Club, French
Club, Press Club
Larry Biasi: reg senator,
Pep Band, Marching Band, JV
Football, CSF treas. , honor
roll, top honors, Bank America
certificate in Math, French
Club, NEDT certificate, Sym-
phonic Band, MAA, California
State Scholarship semi-finalist
Judy Biegel: honor roll, reg
senator, Spanish Club, GAA,
Mascot, Gymnastics Night
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All-Around Girl Award, Pep Club
Varsity Volleyball, Varsity
Cindy Bilyeu: General
Linda Black: Top honors,
powder puff, Spanish Club
Sandra Black: General
John Blackwood: General
Sue Blair: Spanish Club, Pep
Club, Home Ec Club, honor roll
Dave Bortner: HOOFBEATS
Editor-in-Chief, Gymnastic team,
Press Club pres. , honor roll
Peter Boyd: Block F pres. ,
JV Football, Varsity Football,
Connie Bright: Head Song-
leader, Soph. treas. , Soph.
rep. , Inti Raimi Queen, Home Ec
Club vice pres. , honor roll,
top honors, Spanish Club, NEDT
certificate, Society of Out-
standing American High School
Students, Merit's Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, Senior Yearbook Editor
Evelyn Brobeck: Flagtwirler,
GAA, Speech Club, Gymnastic
meet, powder puff
Debra Broadway: General
Patty Brooks: General
Stephen L. Brown: General
Steven M. Brown: General
Mark Bryant: General
Kathy Buchanan: General
Judy Budmark: Soph. pres. ,
Jr, vice pres., Jr. seo., Sr.
sec. , powder puff, choir,
Tracketts, Jr. Prom Princess
Colleen Bunch: General
Kevin Burke: Cross Country,
Track, Block F, honor roll
Daniel Burnett: honor roll
Judy Carroll: General
Sally Carstensen: General
Carlene Cashdollar: GAA,
Kathy Cervelli: Pep Club,
CSF, AFS, Spanish Club pres. ,
honor roll, top honors, Song-
leader for two years, Jr. Prom
Princess, Homecoming Princess,
Macy's Hi-Set, Ski Club, Senior
Yearbook Editor, Bank America
Fine Arts Award, Sr. Assembly
Chairman, Merit's Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, Society of Out-
standing American High
School Students, Nat'l Register
of Outstanding High School
Students, typing award
Dave Chatfield: General
Rick Chellman: Swim Team,
honor roll, Bank America
Dale Clary: General
Gary Clayton: Varsity Foot-
ball, JV Basketball manager
Penny Clements: GAA, powder
puff, Pep Club, Spanish Club,
Home Ec Club
Bob Cochran: Tennis, Gymnas-
Mark Colbus: General
Jerry Collins: JV Football
Track, Varsity Football, honor
roll, Pep Club
George Condo: JV Football,
Pete Condon: General
Dennis Conway: JV Football,
JV Basketball, JV Baseball,
Varsity Basketball, Varsity
Richard Cook: General
Stephen Cook: General
Floyd Cooper: JV Football,
JV Wrestling, Varsity
Football, Varsity Wrestling,
Lloyd Corbin: General
Kathy Cos: General
Jim Coyne: JV Baseball, Var-
sity Baseball, Statistician
Varsity Basketball and Foot-
Rick Cross: Varsity Football,
JV Football, Baseball, Block F,
Wrestling, Gymnastics, Jr.
Christie Cruzen: Rally Chair-
man, Soph. treas., honor roll,
Marching Band, Home Ec Club,
Nat'l Register of Outstand-
ing High School Students
Jana Cudd: GAA, Bank of
America Business Award, Honor
Jerry Cooper: General
Patty Danielson: GAA, Pep
Club, powder puff, Hockey
Randy Davis: JV Football,
JV Basketball, Varsity Base-
ball, Varsity Football, Var-
sity Basketball, JV Baseball,
Tina DeFilippo: Powder puff,
GAA, Home Ec Club
Diane DeLallo: powder puff,
June DeVoe: GAA, French Club
pres., Photo Club, AFS, EQUI
Head Photographer, Rally,
honor roll, top honors
Sharon Dicke: powder puff,
honor roll, Spanish club
Ray Dicke: General
Tim Dietler: General
Brad Dike: General
Stephen Dreyer: General
Bob Dudding: General
Nira DeBarros: Foreign
Exchange Student, Honorary
Rally Member, GAA, AFS,
Kenneth Eckler: General
Jackie Eliot: Home Ec,
Melanie Ellingsonz General
Barbara Engilis: powder
puff, Flagtwirler, AFS, Pep
Club, Spanish Club vice pres.
Paul Estridge: JV Football,
Varsity Basketball, Gymnastics,
Night, top honors, honor roll,
Spanish Club, Buildings and
Grounds Committee, Block F,
Nat'l Register of Outstand-
ing American High School
Students, NEDT Certificate,
California State Scholarship
Mike Farr: General
Deborah Fields: General
Linda Fiock: GAA, Spanish
Club, CSF +
Jeannice Fish: powder puff,
Andrea Flores: GAA
Anita Foell: honor roll
Linda Fowler: Soph. rep.,
Thomas Fowler: JV Baseball,
Lori Frank: Head JV Cheer-
leader, Head Varsity Cheer-
leader, GAA, Spanish Club,
Drama Club, AFS, Choir,
Concert Band, Sr. rep. , honor
roll, Rhodes Hi-Setters, Leading
roll in Arsenic and Old Lace
Supporting roll in Bye-Bye
Janet Fraser: General
Deborah Fleury: General
John Gaftunik: General
Deanna Gager: Varsity Cheer-
leader, GAA, powder puff, Home-
Rocky Gager: Varsity Football
Tracy Gardner: JV Wrestling,
Tennis, Varsity Football
Terry Garlinghouse: General
Allyon Gibbs: Wrestling,
Bruce Gibson: Varsity Golf,
CSF, Block F, honor roll, Pep
Band, Symphonic Band, Marching
Band, California All-State
Marilyn Gibson: General
Gary Gilbert: General
Gail Gnirk: French Club,
honor roll, AFS, Orchestra,
roll in Bye Bye Birdie
Cathy Goicoa: General
Susie Gomes: General
Norman Gorrell: General
Steve Gower: JV Football,
Ruth Gray: General Activities
Carolyn Grider: honor roll,
Jr. Prom committee, Home-
Jan Gronhovd: Bank America
Home Ec certificate, Home Ec
sec., Rally, Spanish Club, CSF
sec. , EQUI Editor, Press Club
sec. , top honors, honor roll,
Ski Club, Pep Club, English
Award, Who's Who Among
American High School Students,
State Scholarship Semi-Fin-
Carol Gustavson: General
Bob Haley: JV Football, Var-
sity Football, Varsity Golf,
reg senator, Block F vice
pres. , Jr. pres., Sr. pres.
Lucinda Halliday: General
Virginia Halsey: honor roll,
Terry Hamblen: CSG, AFS
Spanish Club, Rally
Marty Hamburg: JV Football,
Varsity Football, Block F
Bob Hamilton: JV Track, JV
Cross Country, Varsity Basket-
ball, Block F
Karen Hansen: General
Craig Hanson: JV Football,
JV Track, Varsity Track,
honor roll, Block F
Peggy Hanson: Marching Band,
Rally, Home Ec treas. , Spanish
Club treas. , Who's Who Among
American High School Students,
reg senator, GAA, Chairman of
Homecoming Decorations, Var-
sity Volleyball, Basketball,
and Hockey Teams
Paul Harris: Gymnastics
Jo Anne Hartford: General
Donna Hartsock: General
June Harwell: GAA sec. ,
Gymnastic Team, honor roll,
Janelle Hawkins: Rally
Chairman, Student Council,
honor roll, Pep Club, Car
Council, Home Ec Club, Student
Carolyn Hayes: Home Ec Club
Pam Hayes: General
Brad Heck: General
Milton Henderson: General
Charles Henley: General
Ben Henry: honor roll,
Candy Herman: Pep Club,
Rally, honor roll, Home Ec
Mike Herron: Block F, Var-
sity Football, Track, JV
Debbie Hevesy: Songleader,
CSF, honor roll, top honors,
GAA, AFS, Pep Club
Paul Hewitt: General
Brenda Hightower: Pep Club,
Home Ec Club
Curtis Hightower: Track,
Football, Gymnastic Team
Les Hintz: Wrestling, honor
roll, top honors, Marching
Band, Concert Band
Martin Hintz: Football, honor
roll, Wrestling, Track, roll in
Arsnic and Old Lace
Jean Hollar: Rally, Pep Club,
Home Ec Club, AFS, NEDT
certificate, honor roll
Elly Homes: JV Cheerleader,
Homecoming Princess, reg
senator, GAA, powder puff, Sr.
vice pres. , honor roll, Home
Greg Houck: JV Football,
Jeri Howland: General
Bill Huckaby: General
Wendy Hudson: General
Gary Huff: General Activities
Joe Huffman: honor roll,
Peggy Huggins: GAA, powder
puff, reg senator, Drama Club,
Debate Club, Pep Club
Penny Huggins: GAA, powder
puff, reg senator, Pep Club
vice pres. , Drama Club, Debate
Club, Gymnastic Team,
Richard Hughes: General
Mike Hursey: General
Jerry Hutchins: General
Rita Hutchinson: General
Bob Henderson: General
Kathy lhde: General
Margo Illingworth: Spanish
Club, GAA, Rally, Gymnastic
Bill Ingersoll: Varsity
Football, Varsity Track, Var-
sity Wrestling, Rally
Jack Ingram: honor roll,
Cross Country, Baseball, Ski
Club, Spanish Club, Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, State Scholarship
Judy Jackson: Rhodes Schol-
arship Art Show Finalist,
Bank America certificate in
Linda Jay: GAA, Home Ec Club,
Spanish Club, Concert Band
George Jenkins: Varsity
Carl Jewell: Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Swimming
John Jiminez: General
Joe Johnson: General
Ron Johnson: General
Sandi Jones: GAA, AFS, powder
puff, Pep Club
Verle Jones: General
Terri Juarros: General
Randy Keller: General
Gail Kelly: powder puff, GAA,
Spanish Club, honor roll
Nina Kelly: General
Kathy King: Pep Club
Midge Kneff: General
Janice Knuth: General
Jim Korczyk: General
Jake Kurtz: Commissioner
of Bldgs. and Grounds, reg
senator, All-State Honor
Band, Pep Band, Marching
Band, Concert Band, Symphonic
Band, Stage Band, Track, JV
Sally Kuwamoto: General
Mike LaLande: JV Football,
Track, Varisty Football, reg
senator, honor roll, Block F,
Wrestling, Jr, Rep., Junior
Don Larson: honor roll, Pep
Band, Marching Band, Concert
Band, Football, Baseball
Kristen Lauridson: GAA,
Linda Layne: Camera Club
sec. , Pep Club, Press Club,
HOOFBEATS Editor, Choir
Dave LeBoeuf: reg senator,
Block F, EQUI staff, powder
puff Cheerleader, Varsity
Tennis, JV Football Manager,
Varsity Football Manager, Var-
sity Basketball Manager, Chess
Club, cast in Bye Bye Birdie
Terry Lewis: powder puff,
Homecoming Princess, honor
Les Lacert: General
Kathy Lindsey: General
Judy Logefeil: GAA, powder
puff, reg senator
Lewis Long: General
Kathy Lopez: CSF pres., CSF
gold seal bearer, Spanish
Club, NMLISC, Rally Chair-
man, Student Council treas. ,
Soph. rep. , Homecoming Chair-
man, Bank America Liberal
Arts Award, Merit's Who's
Who in American High School
Students, English Award, Home
Ec Club pres. , Gordon and
Storey Scholarship Semi-
Mark Lowder: Tennis, Foot-
Jill Lowery: AFS Foreign
Exchange Student, Student
Body Sec, , Student Body vice
pres., Rally, Home Ec Club,
French Club, Drama Club, Pep
Club, Press Club, reg senator,
Weinstocks Hi-Set, Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, Outstanding Ameri-
can High School Student
Register, EQUI Staff, top
honors, GAA, Car Council,
Theron Lowery: JV Football,
JV Baseball, Varsity Football,
Varsity Wrestling, Varsity
Baseball, Block F
Martin Lund: Swimming
Denis Luttrell: French Club,
reg senator, Home Ee Club,
honor roll, Pep Club, Gordon
and Storey Scholarship Semi-
Nadine McAlister: honor roll
Debra McAlpine: General
Mike McC aul: General
Mike McConnell: Top honors,
honor roll, JV Golf, Varsity
Golf, Varsity Basketball
David McElroy: General
Edward McElroy: General
Debbie McGinty: General
Sheri McMillen: General
Dale Macha: General
Don Maing General Activities
Pete Manley: Football, Block
Elaine Mares: GAA, Jr. rep.,
Richard May: Varsity Basket-
ball, JV Basketball, Varsity
Baseball, JV Baseball, reg
senator, Block F, Sadie Haw-
Wayne Michaud: JV Basketball,
Varsity Basketball, Concert
Band, Track, Varsity Baseball,
Varsity Golf, Varsity Cross
Linda Midson: Achievement
honor roll, Pep Club, Student
Council treas. , Gordon and
Storey Scholarship Semi-
Finalist, French Club
Dan Miller: General
Jolm Mincks: General
Greg Mitchell: Soph, rep, ,
JV Swimming, Jr. rep., Jr.
Prom Prince, Press Club,
EQUI Co-Editor in Chief, Varsity
Swimming, Commissioner of
Bldgs. and Grounds, Block F,
Sr, Breakfast Chairman, MNLISC
rep. , Press Club pres. ,
Marlowe Monson: Gneral
Jim Mora: General
Reg Morgan: General
Laura Moriarity: First Aid
Club vice pres. , Student
Council, HOOFBEATS staff,
GAA, Spanish Club, CSF Seal
Cathy Mulvehill: General
Craig Mundy: reg senator,
CSF vice pres. and Seal
Bearer, top honors, National
Merit Scholarship finalist,
Merit's Who's Who Among
American High School Students,
Nat'l Register of Outstand-
ing High School Students,
Gordon and Storey Scholar-
ship semi-finalist, Concert
Band, Block F, Safety Council,
JV Football, Varsity Football,
JV Wrestling, Varsity Wrest-
ling, French Club
George Naas: honor roll,
NEDT certificate, Merit's
Who's Who Among American
High School Students, Calif-
ornia State Scholarship
semi-finalist, Spanish Club,
French Club, Safety Council
Zelinda Nathan: Marching
Karen Nay: Rally, honor roll
Donna Neil: General
Libby Nelson: Pep Club vice
pres, , EQUl staff, Camera Club,
Joe Newman: Block F, Student
Body pres. , JV Football, Var-
sity Football, CSF, Spanish
Club, honor roll, top honors,
Merit's Who's Who Among
American High School Students
Nat'l Register of Outstanding
High School Students
Francie Norman: Spanish
Club, GAA, powder puff, Pep
Pam O'Brien: AFS, Drama Club
Erling Olsen: Spanish Club,
CSF pres. , Nat'l Register of
Outstanding American High
School Students, Merit's Who's
Who Among American High
School Students, JV Football,
Marching Band, Pep Band,
Symphonic Band, Student
Conductor of Bands
Susan O'Neel: General
Randy Owings: General
Julia Pace: Band
Mike Padilla: General Activities
Leslie Paris: General
Linda Parker: General
Stephanie Parker: GAA,Choir,
Chris Parks: GAA, Jr. vice
pres. , Field Hockey Team,
honor roll, Pep Club
Ron Passarelli: General
Edwin Patterson: Debate,
honor roll, Cross Country
Rome Pelkofer: General
Victoria Perdue: General
Bob Perkins: Gymnastics
Bob Perry: General
Shirley Peruch: Home Ec
Club Pres. , honor roll,
Service Club, GAA
Sue Petit: GAA, Home Ec Club
vice pres. , Homecoming
Princess, Jr. Prom Princess,
reg senator, powder puff,
Marjorie Pett: Rally, honor
Janine Paulsen: Rally
Steven Powell: General
Bonnie Prather: Home Ec
Club, AFS, Drama Club,
Tanya Pruitt: Drama, Flag-
Thomas Purdy: General
John Ralston: General
Christine Ramirez: General
Stephen Redhorse: JV Foot-
ball, Varsity Baseball, honor
Ginger Ringlebauer: General
George Riolo: CSF, JV Base-
ball, Varsity Baseball, NEDT
certificate, California State
honor roll, top honors, Block
F, Safety Council, Who's Who
Among American High School
Bonny Roberts: honor roll,
Karen Roberts: General
Mark Roberts: General
Laura Rogers: honor roll,
Pep Club, Orchestra
Sheila Romero: General
Karen Rood: General
Mala Roop: General
Douglas Russell: honor roll
JV Cross Country, JV Track,
Varsity Track, Ski Club
Janice Sanborn: GAA, powder
Dennis Sanchez: JV Track,
Varsity Football, honor roll
Brenda Sanders: General
Anne Sawyer: French Club,
Home Ec Club, Top Honors,
Bank of America English
Award, NEDT Certificate, Merit's
Who's Who Among American
High School Students, Society
of Outstanding American High
School Students, California
State Scholarship Semi-
Steven Sawyer: California
State Scholarship Semi-Fina-
list, Merit's Who's Who Among
American High School Students,
Debate Team Degree of Double
Distinction in Nat'l League
John Scheer: General
Bill Schmelzinger: General
Bonia Schmitt: Pep Club
Paul Scholl: General
John Scoggins: JV Football,
JV Basketball, JV Swimming,
JV Track, Varsity Basketball,
Varsity Track, Varsity Swim-
ming, Gymnastics Night, reg
senator, Most Valuable JV
Basketball Player, Most
Valuable JV Field Event
Jan Scott: General
Gray Scott: JV Wrestling,
Varsity Track, honor roll,
Robin Seely: Choir
David Shapiro: Student Body
pres. , Student Body vice pres. ,
Safety Council Chairman,
Senate pres. , CSF, French Club,
Spanish Club, Ski Club, Press
Club, Block F, JV Wrestling
captain, Journalism, Library
Aide, Varsity Wrestling, JV
Track, Varsity Track, Student
Activities Committee, Student
Rights a.nd Responsibilities
Committee, honor roll, top
honors, NEDT certificate, Who's
Who Among American High
School Students, Society of
Outstanding American High
School Students, California
State Scholarship Semifinalist
Michael Shaver: General
Karen Shultz: General
Katrina Shultz: Honor roll,
EQUI art editor
Maria Slawson: Orchestra,
Choir, Pep Club, Drama ,
David Sloan: Varsity Cross-
Country, Varsity Track, Var-
Beverly Smith: General
Eric Smith: General
John Smith: JV Football, Var-
sity Football, Varsity Swim-
ming, reg senator, Sr. pres. ,
Mike Smith: Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Baseball, Var-
sity Track, Gymnastics Night,
Student lnvolvement Committee,
Pam Snavely: GAA, French
Club, Home Ec Club, Jr. Prom
Princess, Inti Raimi Princess,
honor roll, powder puff
Fay Spears: General
Sharon Soik: General
Nancy Sonniksen: honor roll,
Jr, Treas., P0wder puff, Pep
Club, Choir, Future Nurses
Laura Stauffer: General
Sue Stedman: honor roll,
Dan Stephenson: General
Vikki Stevenson: GAA
Mary Strickland: Pep Club,
Linda Stroud: General
Marian Stucke: General
Vic Styrsky: General
Bruce Sumers: General
Carole Surryhne: General
Mike Sylvester: General
Michael Szkotak: French
Club, honor roll, Bank of
David Taft: General
Alicia Thomas: General
Danny Thomas: JV Football,
JV Baseball, Varsity Football,
Ed Thomas: JV Swimming, Var-
sity Swimming, reg senator,
honor roll, Safety Council
Robert Thomas: JV Football,
Varsity Football, reg senator,
Block F, Safety Council, Car
Council, honor roll
Dennis Thompson: Achievement
Lynda Thompson: GAA, Drama,
reg senator, Sr. treas. ,
Gymnastics Night, Choir
Carol Vaccaro: General
Patricia Wainscott: Journalism
Robert Ward: Block F. ,
Varsity Cross-Country, Var-
Nancy Warner: Rally, GAA,
Spanish Club, Home Ec Club,
honor roll, EQUI Staff
William Warner: Varsity
Wrestling, Varsity Cross
Country, Varsity Baseball,
honor roll, HOOFBEATS Staff
Leona Warram: General
Jim Wasson: General
David Wayne: General
David Webber: JV Basketball,
Varsity Basketball, Block F
Tom Weddle: JV Football,
JV Basketball, JV Baseball,
Varsity Football, Varsity
Track, Block F
Bill Weiser: JV Football,
JV Baseball, Wrestling, Var-
sity Football, Varsity Base-
ball, Block F
Ralph Westbrook: Camera
Mathew Whaley: JV Swimming,
Lee White: Block F, Varsity
April Whiting: Achievement
Lise Whittier: General
Gary Williams: Varsity
Wrestling, Service Club, JV
Football, honor roll
Gregg Williams: JV Football,
JV Baseball, Varsity Baseball,
honor roll, reg senator
Gary Winn: General
Patricia Wood: Pep Club
Rally, Future Nurses Club,
GAA, Service Club, CSF, honor
Juanzelyn Wright: GAA,
Choir, Role in Bye-Bye
Ruthanne Yakaitis : Debate ,
reg senator, NEDT certificate,
Virginia Yates: honor roll,
Kevin Zucker: General Ac-
the Class of '70
With the arrival of spring,
Senioritis is a feeling of free-
dom and a reluctancy to do schoolwork, overcame members of
the senior class. This epidemic dominated the minds of seniors
and tended to make them do the unexpected. There was also a
serious side to "Senioritis" as students found themselves
questioning their goals and contemplating their futures .
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