Fullerton Union High School - Pleiades Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

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i : ■ . ' ■ ' t Ih ycicAV li ' 1 i . J PLEIADES g Fullerton, California 1966 A Student Publication I {j i ■r ' ! If , J - W r :y . " ff " ' Light surrounds us all of our life. Even in the darkness, the Pleiades and other stars surround us in their celestial arms. Through the stars and their phases we see our lives in perspective. The cycles through which they travel are the same cycles we go through, day by day, year by year, life by life. Each of these days, years and lives has a beginning, an awakeqing, a struggle, and finally an end. This is our life at Fullerton Union High School. As freshmen we played, as sophomores we began to grow, as juniors we worked hard for that grade point average and as seniors we strove to gain one last bit of knowledge before leaving our briglit spotlight at F.U.H.S. and entering the shadows of the universe. And so, it seems fitting that we have chosen the seal of the Pleiades to exemplify the 1966 Annual PLEIADES, and have arranged the book in a chronological pattern to follow the phases of school life. ' ■■ Ty ' , Table 91909 0 V (i V ►A J Xy tf . r Pictorial Personnel Project 24 AV . ' (r ) y y Kl ' . r Student Government 26 J ' J . FallSports 42 V, p (Q a A. , tr JP ' ' Homecoming 64 f l ' ' r ' " I y AJUM.: ufut . . 4 4 c --2nd Quarter 82 ■i ;0 (L IJu UD L A J - - C yLCLyi -- ' y sophomore Class 84 l7 , , ' Organizations 94 ' Y , 2 . L- ' ' VVU- KV -- !- _J - K_ ' f ' I ZX t k Pi-C C lj f Sports 122 c i.L i -rX c . v u e ' Y6 « ■«= D y , u elf 3rd Quarter 130 Winter Sports 132 Organizations 164 Junior Class 168 4th Quarter 178 Spring Sports 180 Dances 196 Dedication 200 Senior Class 202 Picture Index 262 Editor ' s Page 277 General Index 279 Summer Supplement — to arrive in July. (Sports wrap-up, Prom, Baccalaureate and Commencement, Senior Gradu- ation Party.) Principal A familiar sight at many of our sports activities was Mr. Cruick- shank. He showed his interest in the students and their activities by attending many of the student ac- tivities. He was always a part of the school and its activities, out of the office for numerous student gatherings. Our campus policy of student responsibility for student actions was stimulated by our principal ' s keen desire to develop good leaders and citizens. Mr. Cruickshank ♦ y» r Mr. Miller Dean of Guidance Mrs. Spears Dean of Instruction Administration I fl - — Mr. Jackson Student Activities and Attendance Supervisor Mr. Kill Vice-Principal and Dean of Students Mr. Ridge, Mrs. Murray, Miss Allec, Mr. Bice, Mrs. Schwartz, Counselors " Please change my first period P,E, class, " " Algebra II is too rough, " " I need a studyhall. " These are just a few of the many coinplaints and prob- lems that the counsel- ors listened to regular- ly. They tried hard to help any student who came to see them. Without the work of the counselors, the en- tire student body would have worked less efficiently. Dr. Lake District Superintendent FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS SEATED: Mr. Pray, Director of Personnel, Mr. Mann, Deputy Superintendent, ivir. Hertsche. Physical Plant and Facilities. STANDING: Mr. Throop, Funds and Business Affairs, Mr. Renley, Personnel Services. District Administration i FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES SEATED: Mrs. Begovich, Mr. Smith, President, Mr. Zurcher. STANDING: Mr. Sullivan, Clerk, Mr. Laird. As They Were Believe it or not this is your facuhy. Have they changed much? Are you able to recognize your fa- vorite personalities? You have to admit that the permission to print these pictures took a lot of cour- age and bravery on the part of our older acquaint- ances. So to them we give our thanks for these few moments of quizzical reflection on the fact that they too were once high schoolers. Ray Piper Eldred Douglas Warren Bowen m Bob Mi Mrs. Aldrich Typing 2, Shorthand 1 Pleiads Advisor Mr. Alford Algebra 1, Basic Math Freshman Class Advisor Mr. Armijo Business Arithmetic, Typing 1, Bookkeeping Faculty ' lub President Mr. Arth Boys ' P.E., Coach Varsity Club Advisor Mrs. Bonilla Spanish 2, 3, French 1 Spanish Club Advisor A Mr. Bass Driver ' s Education, Coach Sophomore Class Advisor Faculty Mr. Beddows Business Education Department Head Business Organization American Field Service Advisor Mr. Bennett Algebra 2, Geometry Junior Class Advisor U l Mr. Bergman Special Education, Civics, Coach Freshman Class Advisor Mrs. Bishop Typing 1, Shorthand 2, Office Practice Office Training Advisor 10 Mr. Bowen Economics, Publications Senior Class Council Advisor Annual Pleiades Advisor Mr. Bradshaw General Life Science, Biology Biology Club Advisor Mr. Burt World History Key Club Advisor Mrs. Brunskill Algebra 1, 2 Freshman Class Advisor Mr. Campbell Mrs Chaconas Mr. Coppick Mr. Cottom Mr. Daniels Typing 1, General Business English 1 English 3, 4 Social Science Human Biology, Student Congress Advisor American Field Service Scholarships Advisor Department Head Sophomore Biology Advisor Economics Senior Class Advisor Biology Club Advisor Fac Miss Day Department Head Girls ' Physical Educ. Girls ' Athletic Association Association Advisor ■ 1 ■ 4 Mr. DeGroot Department Head Driver Educ, Boys ' Physical Education Varsity Club Advisor Mr. Douglas General Math, Algebra I Freshman Class Advisor j Mr. Egertson Chemistry Junior Class Advisor Mrs. Ferraris General Math, Algebra I Freshman Class Advisor Miss Ford Girls ' Physical Educ. Girls ' Athletic Association Advisor Mr. Fowler English 3, 4 Associated Men Students Advisor Mrs. Frates U.S. History Y-Teens Advisor Mr. Fredrick Department Head Farm Agriculture 1, 3, 4 Future Farmers Of America Advisor 12 ilty ,- . J Mr. Hamner Drafting 1, 2, 3 Junior Class Advisor Mr. Gibby Study Hall, Boys ' Physical Educ, Coachin Senior Class Advisor Mr. Freitag English 3 Junior Class Advisor Mr. Hines Department Head English 3, 4 Senior Class Advisor Mrs. Gillette Geometry, Basic Math Sophomore Class Advisor Mr. Gienapp Basic Math, Geometry Mr. D. Johnson Department Head Speech 1, 2, Debate Forensics Club Advisor Mr. C. R. Johnson Special Educ, Coaching Special Educ. Counseling Mrs. Hunnex Department Head Child Care, Home Management, Foods 1, 2 Future Homemakers of America Advisor 13 V i ' m W ■W -■% " M r. Lawyer Driver Education, Coaching Sophomore Class Advisor Mr. Jones Mrs. Joy Mr. Kawagoe Mrs. Kessler Mr. Knorr Civics World History Health Education Librarian Spanish 2,3 Senior Class Advisor Teen Toppers Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor, Student Medical Society Advisor Spanish Club Advisor Mr. Leyda Orchestra, Band, Study Hall Senior Class, Rallies, Assemblies Advisor Faculty Mr. Mantz English 4 Junior Class Advisor Mr. Logan Physical Science, Physics, Senior Class Advisor Mr. Mcintosh German 1, 2, 3, 4 German Club Advisor 14 Mrs. Mcintosh English 2, Journalism Idakas Advisor Miss Newton English 2 Sophomore Class Advisor Mr. Mulvey Biology, Physical Science Biology Club Advisor Mr. Nelson Handcrafts, Graphic Arts 1, 2 Industrial Arts Club Advisor Mr. Meyers Department Head German 1, French 1, Russian 2 Russian Club Advisor Mr. Oseid Mrs. Overton Mr. Peters Miss Phillips Mr. Piper English 4 Girls ' Physical Educ. Drama, Stagecraft, Pipe Organ, Concert Choir, Attendance, Study Hall, Scholarships, Student Girls ' Athletic English 2 Mixed, Girls ' Chorus, Coaching Congress Advisor Association Advisor Drama Club, Thespians, Assemblies Advisor English 1 Senior Class, Music Club Advisor Student Congress Advisor 15 Fad Mr. Preece English 3 Student Congress Advisor Miss Quigley World and U.S. History Featherette Advisor Mrs. Randall Art Essentials, Draw and Paint, Pen and Ink, Three Dimensional Art Art Club Advisor Mr. Redfern Mathematics Science Department Head Trigonometry Senior Class Advisor Mrs, En Freshman Russell glish 1 Class Advisor Mr. Sanchez Industrial Art Department Head Metal 1, 2, 3 Industrial Arts Club Mrs. Semans Latin 2 Latin Club Advisor Mr. Sengo Agriculture 2 Future Farmers of America Advisor Mr. Simpson Wood 1, 2, 3, Auto 1 Industrial Arts Club Advisor 16 Ity Dr. Slocum Practical, Physical, and Earth Science Senior Class Advisor Mr. Skelly English 1, 4, Reading Advancement Secondary Teachers Association President ii f! I Mrs. Smith Foods 1, Clothing 1 Future Homemakers of America Advisor Miss Smith Experimental Art, Design, Commercial Art American Field Service Advisor k Mrs. Tannyhill Homemaking 1, 2, Clothing 1, 2, Future Homemakers of America Advisor Mr. Tucker Boys P.E., Coaching Department Head Boys P.E. Varsity Club Advisor Mr. Strange U.S. History Future Teachers of America Advisor Mr. Van Vliet Boys P.E., Coaching Varsity Club Advisor Miss Swoffer Girls P.E. Girls Athletic Association Advisor Mr. Van Voorhis Boys P.E., Coach Varsity Club Advisor Mr. Vetter Auto 1, 2 Associated Men Students Advisor Mr. Wareberg Civics, Economics Pleiads Advisor Miss Walker Nurse Medical Society Advisor Faculty Mrs. Wilson English 2 Idaka Advisor 4 1 i PP 1 M f f ■•4 i ' Mr. Winter Mr. Wood Mr. Wrightson Mr. Yelle Electronics 1, 2, 3 Spanish 1, 4 Drivers Education, Coach English 4 Electronics Club Advisor Spanish Club Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor German Club Advisor Secretaries Mrs. Frank Attendance Office Mrs. Southard Attendance Office Mrs. Jones Mr. Kill ' s Office r p Mrs. Stephenson Registrar Mrs. Morken Mr. Cruickshank ' s Office Mrs. Trust Counciling Office 19 School Staff I Mr. Hertel, Auditorium Manager Mrs. Dunham, Bookstore Manager Bus Drivers: Doug Alan, Tiny Phillips, and David Rock m V MM p Mrs. Shaw, Cafeteria Manager Mr. Hurtado, Head Custodian 20 Teas This year was opened with se eral get-acquaintcd func- tions. The Big and Little Sister Tea, and the Boys Oreinta- tion opened the year for the Freshmen girls and boys. They were made familiar with our campus and its rules. Y-Teens sponsored the Silver and Gold Tea for all girls at F.U.H.S. The Faculty Tea was very helpful in getting the faculty members and student leaders better acquainted. i m ' 1st Quarter In the beginning the four years seem a prison, encircling us in their iron tight grasp. v;« " || % rr.v m kV • ■ " i .f?s ' tis iPfcr ; " -T.. .-•T-j : i .; • ' ■ ■■s, 4 TJ xC •o " ' On November 30, 1965, at 10:30 A.M., all work stopped while a most cooperative student body, staff and faculty gathered for the first com- plete Indian portrait in 60 years — Pictorial Parsonnel Project. " ' ' fe,. ' ' l■ .. " " % — II FRONT ROW: Doug Nelson, ASB Treasurer, Connie Tubbs, ASB Secretary, Jim Moar, ASB President, Jim Kay, ASB Vice-President, Susie Rowan, ICC Chairman. ROW 2: Zeke Taylor, AMS President, Laura Rich, AWS President, Robbie Cromwell, Production Chairman, Janet Milby, Pep Chairman, Judy Ford, Social Chairman, Pinki Buckmann, Publicity Chairman. illllllll Executive Board Students could air any griev- ances they had about our student government this year because the members of the Executive Board made use of a suggestion box. However, the board had begun work on several projects the previ- ous summer. The card stunts that so many students participated in and the car caravan which dis- played our tremendous school spirit were results of Executive Board invcntix ness and early plan- ning. Still another mission of theirs was the PPP (Pictoral Personnel Project). When it came time to organize over 2,000 students and faculty on the front lawn, each Ex- ecutive Board member was given a job under the leadership of Jim Kay. There were amusing moments in the Executive Board room too. 26 FRONT ROW: Jim Gottfried, Chief Justice, Janice Brown, Weekly Pleiades Editor, Connie Atkins, Annual Pleiades Editor, Cheryl Hudspeth, GAA President, Tom Lauritsen, Athletic Manager, Kathie Nord, AFS Chairman. ROW 2: Doug Young, Senior Class President, Steve Busby, Junior Class President, Chris Norby, Sophomore Class President, Wayne Watten, Fresh- man Class President, Nancy Cook, Head Song Leader, Alison Hoak, Head Yell Leader, Don Rhoads, CASC Representative. ind Ex-Officio The Ex Officio members were busy this year voicing their opin- ions and problems to the Execu- tive Board. While not having a vote concerning student body is- sues, nevertheless, their comments often swayed the actions of the Ex- ecutive Board. The members proved to be flex- ible in handling many problems: ranging from those of GAA to those of the Weekly Pleiades and all the other represented organiza- tions. A first for this governing body of FUHS were the representatives of the California Association of Student Congress, Don Rhoads and David Ingram. Concentrated . ' helped solve board problems. 27 Student ASB President Jim Moar Student Government in 1965-66 was lively due to the energetic spirit of the officers. ASB President, Jim Moar, with the aid of his able secretary, Connie Tubbs, set a record-breaking pace in main- taining and raising the high standards of Fullerton Union High Schoors student government. Many hours were sacrificed by Jim Moar towards the card sec- tion at three home games during football season. Another first which proved a huge success was the car caravan. ASB Vice-President Jim Kay 28 FRONT ROW: Brian French, Rogelio Diaz, Larry Mauer, Chris Norby, Bob Waltz, Dave Ingram, Marc Kretzschmar, Jim Van Hook, Scott Smith, Dennis Maxey, Alex Balsitis, Ed Humenny, Stu Haynie. Rocky Morelli. Row 2: Susan Gagnon, Kathy Stewart, Shelley Browns, Chris Heaps, Priscilla Diaz, Sherry Fort, Nadine Barter, Dorene Gianetti, Kathy Maurin, Kaye Eveleth, Anne Marcous, Cindy Hursh, Chris Hill, Ann Dietzer, Martha Kahler. ROW 3: Roddy Raub, Clay Teeters, Mike Tobey, Wayne Watten, Clark Sand. Spike Burnett, Mike Murray, floug Bear, Steve Busby, Bo Ljungberg, Bill Chaffee, Government ASB Secretary Connie Tubbs This year Congress tackled the Utter problem on our campus in a new way. Teach- ers ' names were put on trash cans and the one with the most trash was named Mr. Clean. Vahiable leadership was shown by Congress members when they sponsored the soap drive for Viet Nam. This campaign showed that students of FUHS could work together on important world problems. The following is a sample of how the project was started: " It was asked that we, Student Congress, sponsor a drive, ' Soap for Viet Nam ' . The entire student body would bring a bar of soap to school and it would be sent to Viet Nam. It was moved and seconded to recommend it to the Executive Board. Bill Craw- ford suggested that couples get into Homecoming by bringing a bar of soap. It wasn ' t passed. David Ingram made a motion that the ASB Vice-President appoint a committee of five people to look into the situation. The motion was passed. " I Harris, Ricky Massimino, Mike Kadera, John Pilger, Tom Shaw, Guy iiirnont. ROW 4: Molly Lemmon, Pam Tanner, Shelley Frates, Sherilyn 5weet, Lauri Noonan, Rosalie Robles, Mary Lou Martinez, Nellie Cooper, Sharon Wernke. Jane Watten, Dot Varnum, Kathy Dean, Shelley Wiseman, Suzanne Patton, Tania Omalev, Steve Omalev, Teresa Shrum, Lillian Ulloa, :;hris Stoy. NOT PICTURED: Joann Carlisle, Suzy Dever, Jim Graves, Barbara arra, Bill Rake, Don Rhoads, John Stearman, Ben Stein, Dandy Senson, Ed occia, Kay Wickett, Doug Young, Joyce Zednik. Oo " tA. - KKNSuy 29 Inter-Club Council Capably guided by its chairman, Susie Rowan, the Inter-Club Council undertook many worthy projects this year. The tradition of a Club of the Week was successfully continued, and last year ' s precedent of a Club of the Year was formalized by the addition of a plaque on which to inscribe the names of these clubs. Sponsorship of a Frosh Assembly to orient the students to the merits of some of the larger clubs was another project, as was the painting of trash cans later in the year. But the invalu- able assistance given to the individuals and their clubs was the most important duty of this year ' s I.C.C., and was performed well. Susie Rowan, I.C.C. Chairman, and Chris Ander- son, Secretary. ' mmn 1 ' FRONT ROW: Sandy Nelson, Suzy Dever, Ann Dietzer, Valerie McCarthy, Laura Rich, Cheryl Hudspeth, Alice Moreno. Bruce Gehrke. ROW 2; Connie Hulbert, Dorothy Owens, Jan Murphy. Jacl Gipson, Doug Davis, Kathie Nord. Jane Watten. Mary Kreimeier. ROW 3: Chris Anderson, Chris Mer- rill, Shirley Stoughton, Janine Farquhar, Eric Taylor, Larry Mason, Chris Norby, Chris Bowen. ROW 4: Greg Vasvary, Jim Mayfield, Wayne Watten, Marc Kretzschmar, Jeff Nygren, Doug Young, Tom Shaw, Bruce Johnson, Lyn Hardy. Richard Stack. NOT PICTURED: Steve Busby, Chris Butler, Steve Eastman. Ed Humeny, Jim Kay, Mark Keiserman, Jim Moar, Gary Sanders, Janet Steele, Bob Stiles. Yvonne Coleman, Richard Stack, Bob Stiles, Jim Gottfried, Chief Justice, Carol Duncan, Bruce Gehrke. NOT PICTURED: Anne Lillywhite. Student Court This year ' s Student Court at- tempted and accomplished much. New and different sentences were tried, and proved very effective. Chief Justice, Jim Gottfried, and the six associate justices were inter- viewed and appointed hy the Ex- ecutive Board. Bailiff and Clerk were selected by the justices them- .selves. The basic purpose of Stu- dent Court was to fairly judge fel- low students who had violated school rules, and to recommend punishments that it was hoped would prevent them from com- mitting the crimes in the future. Another vital fimction of the court was to interpret and rule on the Student Body Constitution. An ef- ficient and effective Student Court was the goal of this year ' s justices, who worked hard to achieve it. V Judy Collar, Clerk, and Bruce Tomberg, Bailiff. 31 The Election Board was very ef- ficient this year under Jim ' s leadership. They supervised the elections and tried to prevent il- legal voting procedures. After the polls closed, they got the returns calculated very rapidly, announc- ing to the concerned candidates and their friends the results. Election Board Jim Kay, Chief Officer FRONT ROW: Janice Brown, Marsha Fraser, Chris Anderson. ROW 2: Duane Jones, Chris Smith, Doug Young, Jim Kay, Lyn Hardy, Richard Stack, Director of Elections. NOT PICTURED: Linda Capo! 32 Laura Rich, President Beginning the year with the Big and Little Sister Tea. AWS got off to a good start. The Mother Daughter Banquet was another success with both mothers and daughters thoroughly enjoying themselves. Later in the year. the ' sponsored the Girl-DateValentine Dance. As another of their func- tions, they maintained proper dress standards on campus, this year very successfully. All these activities improved the quality of our student life. FRONT ROW: Polly Norby, Janet Gray, Laura Rich, Chris Cheryl Brown. ROW 3: Janie Klaustermeyer, Jaynne Alii Linda Capo. NOT P!CTURED: Gayle keeterl Miller. ROW 2: Susan Carlisle, Kaye Evieth, son, Gail Dalton, Susan Amott, Anita Bell, AWS and AMS The AMS began the year early with an Orientation Day for the incoming freshman boys. They helped acquaint the new braves with many of the Indian traditions and general knowledge of our school. This year, they created " Man of the Month " with the pur- pose of honoring one outstanding male student each month. In this way, they gave credit to the male students who contributed in some way to the success of our school. Later in the year, they sponsored the car show in which many stu- dents participated. These activities were a great success, adding up to a good year for the AMS. fi FRONT ROW: John Newell. Mark Vanderburg. ROW 2: Eric Taylor, Larry Whitmer, Larry Henricksen, Bob Starr. NOT PICTURED: David Ogren. . Eric Taylor, President 33 Rallies and Pep Student spirit, which is so vital to the morale of our athletic teams, was aroused by this year ' s ener- getic Pep Chairman, Janet Milby. Janet ' s work was aided by her Rally Committee and the newly formed Pep Club. Their job was to promote the " winning spirit " among the Indians by use of pos- ters and student rallies. The great- est highlights of the year were the tremendous spirit at games and Fullerton ' s first card section at football games. We hope that they may become part of succeeding years ' pep program. Janet Milby, Pep Chairman, awaited start of half time card section performance. " 1 .i .1 :fi HI u.nim 1 itt m ill » »M. r " K v TOP ROW; Jaynne Allison, Bill Muhlig, Janet Milby. ROW 2: Carol Petes, Tania Omalev, Andrea Smith. ROW 3: Molly Lemmon, Margaret Heyer. ROW 4: Carol Voccia, Debbie Hanvey. Morning rallies developed that great Indian spirit. 34 Productions The I ' lodiKiidiis C.omiiiiucf, led by iht ' ilUislrious Robbie Clroni- wcll, pri ' sciiit ' d llu- stiidi ' iii body of luillcilon High Sehool with tlie bt ' sl iissfniblics ever. I titcrlaiiiiiig and inrormalivc pcrsoiialilics such as singer Jester I lairston and world traveler John Cloddard were called on to perforin in (jur auditorium. Also, a number oi student onter- taitiers performed before the stu- dent body. All told, the iVoduc- lions (iommitlce did an excellent job in planning and executing our assemblies. Kobbic Li in.vcll, f ' loductioiio Chjirman, coordi- nated a busy sctiedule of assemblies. Linda Marcoux, Slieryl Shaw, Linda Singer ,)n(l Cithy Haber tielpcd set up assembly scenery. Mark Keiscrman. j.m Aujin-. .mu unbra Kinj; readied backstage lighting for a performance. 35 Social Committee II Madelon Marple, Pam Hamersky, Patti Gilpin, John Good- win. Much Inn was had by all al ihc tribal dances this year. The credit wen I to Chairman Judy I ' ord and her able Social Conimitlee, who did an excellent job of planning, decorating, and publicizing all the social events throughout the year. Committee Chairmen Andrea Smith, Chris Merrill, Chip O ' Rourke, Dana Barlow, Bill Mulig. Judy Ford, Doug Nelson, Pinki Buckmann. 36 Publicity Committee News of coming c cnts and results of past events were carried quickly and accuratel} ' thr(Hi,i, ' hout the reservation by Publicity Chairman, I inki Buck- mann and her committee. Through the work of the committee, the bulletin boards in the breezeway and on the Chapman — Pomona corner were always kept colorful and interesting. The committee also kept in contact with the F.LI.H.S. Foster Child, Marie Drakojxjulou from Greece. Another committee that showed good organiza- tion this year was the Ticket Committee. A.S.B. Treasurer Doug Nelson chose ten students to assist him in selling Student Body cards, and tickets for all the .Student Body functions. Along with head- ing this committee, Doug worked hard to keep the school budget balanced. Ticket Committee Michelle Vayssie, Sandee Hoffman, Georgene Burt. Jl Jaynno Allison, Sara Keck, Linda Hilbert, Mike Murray. FRONT ROW: Connie Tubbs, Bruce Gehrke. Sonia Sorrel. ROW 2: Larry McCloud, Marc Kretzschmar. ROW 3: Linda Capo, Randy Rhea, Carol Duncan. ROW 4: Mark Nelson, Mike Tobey. 37 Val McCarthy Government Editor Connie Atkins Editor-in-Chief Ellen Payan Business Manager Drawing layouts, thinking up copy, typ- ing, selling ads, erasing mistakes, taking pictures, getting people to co-operate, crop- ping, and meeting deadlines. These things constituted much of the work of the Pleiades staff. All members of the staff ap- preciated the opportunity to ser e the stu- dent body, spending numerous after school hours on their job. Annual Staff Pat Hogan Advertising Editor 9 L Elaine Matzek Classes Editor Dick Staub Sports Editor « — - Bonnie Barbour and Laraine Boren Artists Sally Bauman Photographer Editor 38 Annual Staff characters pictured above were Marci Jubala. Susan Beckman, Terry Childs, Georgene Burt, Marie Heideman, Sue Wulff, Secretary, Greg Vasvary, Connie Atkins, Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Bowen, Advisor, Cheryl Hudspeth, Terry Martinet, Stephanie Schaffer, Linda Collman, Bill Rake, Stuart Haynie, Photographer, Yvonne Coleman, and Perry Janus. 39 American " I ' m very pleased at the increased number of students who participated in A.F.S. this year, and who were anxious to learn about countries other than their own, " stated Kathie Nord, A.F.S. President. This participation was characterized by an abundance of interesting acti ities. Early in the year, there was an enjoyable Pancake Breakfast, held in conjunc- tion with the Fullerton Kiwanas Club. The next big event was the annual sale of Christmas cards, which was very suc- cessful this year. An A.F.S. Conference encompassing all of Northern Orange County was held at Bolsa Grande High School, and two fascinating A.F.S. Assemblies were spon- sored. One of the highlights of the year was the selection of the two finalists for American Abroad from Fullerton, Gwen Gardiner and Linda Frcderickson. From fund-raising events to social events, the A.F.S. Organization provided many exciting times for its large membership this year. Gaylyn Giemont, Publicity Cliairman, Kathy Amott, Secre- tary, Kathie Nord, President, Randy Gillespie, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Judy Wright, Vice-President. Pre-meeting activity reflected the enthusiastic participation in A.F.S. FRONT ROW: Gaylyn Giemont, Jill Gipson, Carol McAuliffe, Joanne Stiles, Lokman Metin, Bo Ljungberg, Ginny Long, Dar- lene Padilla, Linda Wheeler, Candy Fankhauser, Donna Lane. ROW 2: Larry Wright, Larry McCloud, Ed Humenny, Barbara Bruno, Dennis Wormley, Wayne Ritchie, Janet Wood, Kay Wickett, Polly Norby, Mary Snyder, Linda Bracket!. ROW 3: Linda Capo, Randy Gillespie, Diana Elliott, Sally Bauman, Kathy Amott, Kathie Nord, Val McCarthy, Tori Unverferth, Connie Hulbert, Marilyn Mallory, Perry Janus, Judy Wright, Carol Duncan, Chris Shriver, Bonnie Reid. 40 ield Service i.« mf tr " STliiTrC ' , ' - -J i- 4 t 1 , Bo Ljungberg, Sweden, Gerit Wohifarth, Germany, Lokman Metin, Turkey. " FRONT ROW: Linda Collman, Ambra King, Ellen Covey. Vivian Holkesvick, Julia McLean, Mary Highfill, Linda Fredrickson, Susan Triay, Laura Rich, Lyn Herzberger, Virginia Wood. Susan Gagnon, Susan Cline, Kathy Moore. ROW 2: Ann Safford, Shelley Frates, Kathy Maurin, Dottie Varnum, iDeidra La Vigne, Jill Wilson, Pam Tanner, Andy Smith. Molly Lemon. Cindy Mabry, Martha Young, iPat Wormley, Bill Kuttner. ROW 3: Renee Moye, Raynette Halverson. Chris Bowen, Janice Brown. IWayne Eisenhart, Bill Ferguson, Bruce Gehrke, Gwen Gardiner, Jack Gipson, Robbie Cromwell, [Cheryl Hudspeth. Judy McConnell. Denise Holmes . Karlene Bauhiit. Pat Wiese. Guy Giemont, NOT PICTURED: Jan Adams, Connie Atkins, Joyce Barnetf, Karen Barrett, Yvonne Coleman, Dave Donnen- field. Janine Farquhar, Janet Gray, Chuck High, Marty Hogan, Jim Kay. Marc Kretzchmar. Jim Moar. Anita Oldham. Dave Tobey. Marsha Way, Linny Wortham. FLillerton was blessed with three wonderful exchange students this year. Two of these. Bo Ljungberg of Sweden, and Lokman Metin of Turkey, came to us as A.F.S. students, while the third, Cerit Wohifarth of Germany, was sent as a representative of the Youth for Understanding Program. Each of these students brought with them and imparted to us an understanding of the way of Hfe in his country. And each will return to his country with a better understanding of America and Americans. The following were comments written by the exchange students giving us their impressions of their stay here: Dear Friends, For all your friendship and understand- ing, let me thank you so very very much, es- pecially " my " family, the Atkins, with whom I lived here. of you helped ine so that I didn ' t feci loneh- so far away from Hamburg (Germany), and Fullerton be- came my home. And like a good Fullerton girl, I " hate " Sunny Hills — like the sun, ice cream, and the beach — convertibles and Disneyland — Mr. Oseid and Mr. Daniels, and football, especially our captains. I will be very sad to leave California, the sun, and my friends. But I will always rcmemberyou and your beautiful, great coimtry. of which you really should be proud of. I will go back to Hamburg as an ambassador of friendship and the LJ.S., which for one year was my home. Thanks! Your Hamburger, Gerit Wohifarth Before I came here, even before I got the scholarship, I had dreams. I made plans and wondered how everything was going to be like — " o er there " — in the LJ.S. But not in my wildest dreams did I get the conception of the wonderful Fullerton; the mar cIous easy-goingness of the students, the ableness and friendliness of the administrators, counselors, and teachers; the thrilling foot- ball games and the unbelic able school- spirit, my wonderful family — the moun- tains, the beach, the sunl I love it! Bo Ljungberg When I took the .A.F.S. Scholarship test I didn ' t hope to win. It was onlv a dream for me. But having learned that I had won it, my dreams began to be reality. As an A.F.S. student I brought some imderslanding of my own country — its people and customs and ideals and beliefs — to people in the U.S. I found a wonderful coimtry whose people arc always happ -, and became a part of a wonderful, goodnatured family. I made many friends vho will never be forgotten. I have been a student of a lovable school, with its friendly teachers and administrators, and gained an understanding of the people of the U.S. and the American F ' ield Ser ice, as a part of this coimlry for more than one year. Lokman Metin 41 r t Janice Brown Editor-in-Chief Mrs. Mcintosh Advisor Kathie Nord Third Page Editor r 41 Marty Hogan Feature Editor Conn ie Tubbs First Page Editor Newsp: St;: - Eric Taylor Sports Editor Paul Archipley, Ambra King, Gary Hickman Reporters This yen ilif U ■(•(■ : ( I ' Iriadcs MmII IkkI a pioblcm-moMcy slioilagc! ' I ' licy had to do a huge amciLitU of cxlra work to maki ' up for this short- agf. The ncv spapcr also used a new process of priming which make ihc piiinrcs ajipcaring in the paper clearer. The sull worked hard inter- viewing people and go] new ideas for their stories and I ' olumns. per if •- ' -t f Tom Lauritsen, Judi McConnell, Jim Rosen Reporters Mr. Eieckson, the representative from ttieir publisher, conferred with the students about the news- paper. 4 Ellen Covey Art Editor Linny Wortham, Circulation and Exchange; Vincent Bergan, Photographer- Diana Brown ing, Business Manager 43 ti 0 - -C OjlYTalfWLV. 44 FuUerton Mary Kreimeier Field Manager Jeanne Mershell Choreographer Miss Quigiey Advisor Chris Merrill Secretary Jan Murphy Choreographer Vicki Abrams Cathe Averett The nowly orgaiii cd Fcathcrctlcs disproved ddubts that they could reinstate their past triumijlis. llndcr the guidaiiee of Miss Oiii.uley, llie new i irls eliose good leader- sliip, tlien supported it with well disriplined perform- ances at home games. The student licich was proud of this year ' s drill team! Dana Barlow Linda Barton Donna Bedale Diana Benedict Kathi Carmody Caria Christensen Susan Bouchey Cheryl Brown Pam Bunnell Pat Bunnell Georgene Burt Barbara Criswell Margo Cruz Kathy Dean Kaye Evieth Sandy Figueroa Linda Capo Sherry Fort Linda Freeman Marilyn Jan Cathy Kathy Cathy Lynda Patti Gilliam Goodwin Graves Green Haber Hilbert Kaupp 46 Featherettes Barbara Laneville Evelyn Lohoff Virginia Long Chryssa MacCutcheon Marya Maddox Carol McAuliffe Connie McGraw Kathy Murton Laurel Michele Jan Susan Linda Alice Sharon Vicki Van Gilder Vassie Vediner Vendreli Waddell Warren Vi ernke Young The largest Feathorette group in recent years demonstrated perfection in drills and routines at our half-times. 47 Falll 48 sports 49 Gary Fowler Steve Busby Mack McCoy Jim Green Jh - iv Jeff Nygren Bill Bales H k Duane Jones Fowler demonstrated his unique pass receiving style. Richard Buhre Doug Baar Jim Maxey 50 li ' Cf •. - Mike Gaines Earl Ingalls Nygren rambled off tackle tor a big gain. t ' ' -:•..;«■,, J Art Pereida Joe Adragna Jim Gottfried Dave Dornan 3 i Jeff Padilla Randy Faulkner i A Ross Jimenez I 11 Larry Whitmer 51 A PAT for Fowler t 1 jff " ' ' Blfc : ..; ■ t- ' M B 1 2 m i S| " fl W{i.r 1 Coach Tucker Sportscasters: Barry Whitesides, Mike Gooseman, David Donnenfield, Eric Taylor and Advisor Mr. Duane Johnson. 1 1 • k n I- ' iillcrlon l- ' iillcrton Fulk ' iton . Fiillcrton Fullerton Fullcrton FuUcr ' ton Fullerton FuUerion Scores ,32 LaHabia FJ .27 Sunny Hills 13 .34 Newport 13 .. 7 Costa Mesa . .34 Bolsa Grande 13 34 Oranjie 14 20 Garden Grove 21 14 Huntinj ton Beach 26 Buena Park 13 Aarg! 52 The " walking wounded " managers were a great help to Coach Tucker and his staff, Coaches Van Vliet, Van Voorhis and Bergman. Coach Tucker and his team watched the game anxiously. Orange found Johnny Miller, a promising Sophomore, hard to bring down. Football Until stalled by mid-.season injuries the explosive Big Red ate up the Freeway- League. Two pre-season victories over La Habra and cross-town rival Sunny Hills started us off. With a tough line and an experienced backfield led by Duane Jones and all-Freeway League backs Jeff Nygren and Gary Fowler, this year was very excit- ing and successful. Jones. Maxey. Green, and Buhre also received top league recog- nition. Jeff Nygren was voted most valuable player and Duane Jones received the most inspirational award. Nygren often took the pitch from Jones and found receivers downfield. 53 JV V -.V.; ' , ' Consisting mostly of Sophomores, this year ' s J.V. team had a better than average season. Before season ' s end a number of the fellows moved up to the varsity squad for valuable competition experience. A ait ' til ' 66! La Habra 7 Sunny Hills 7 Newport 19 Costa Mesa 20 Bolsa Grande 26 Orange 32 GardenGrove forfeited Huntington Beach 6 Buena Park Fullerton ... .20 FuUerton ... .12 Fullerton ... .13 Fullerton ... . 6 Fullerton ... .18 Fullerton ... . 6 Fullerton ... Fullerton ... .28 Fullerton ... .21 J.V. ' s and the varsity squad practiced together, giving the J.V. ' s more experience. jiiMiffl FIRST ROW: Bob Delatorre, Chris Norby, Mike Mahoney, Ruben Ybarra. Ed Voccia, Bob Grigsby, Bob Stonich, Jim Bailes, Chip Brownell, Johnny Ruyes, Ralph Orosco. ROW 2: Greg Williams, Jim Prichard, Don Evans, Craig Styles, Bob Russell, Mike Tewalt, Jerry Gerrado, Steve Nelsen, Raul Palacios, Bob Boyd, Rod Raub, Victor Levoit, manager. ROW 3: Jackie Parra, manager, John Golden, Larry Powell, John Blake, Steve Eller, Jim Chapman, Dennis O ' Hara, Bob Poet, Bruce Brackett, Dan Bowen, Chris Hadeon, Ed Keneley, Chris Johnson, Jim Mertz. I " VJI- " ■ ■ S1? ' Fullerton . .13 Fullerton .. .13 Fullerton .. .12 Fullerton .. .25 Fullerton .. . 6 Fullerton .. . Fullerton .. .27 Fullerton .. .20 Fullerton .. . Fullerton .. . 6 Fullerton .. .13 Fullerton .. ..20 Fullerton .. .20 Fullerton .. .33 Fullerton .. . 6 Fullerton .. . 6 Fullerton .. .14 " B " Scores La Habra 20 Sunny Hills 31 Newport 41 Costa Mesa 33 Bolsa Grande 39 Orange 28 Garden Grove 20 Buena Park 33 " C " Scores La Habra 20 Sunny Hills 12 Newport 6 Costa Mesa 14 Bola Grande 13 Orange 6 Garden Grove 20 Huntington Beach 34 Buena Park 28 The north field saw many long hours of practice from the J.V. ' s. 54 Bee and Cee .. ' rCV s K ' ! 5 %rJ|lb |k , =S - M . FRONT ROW: Robert Hornidge, Bruce Holzgrafe, Roland Hernandez. Dennis Haughn, Guy Giemont, Joseph Gerrick, Lance Forsyth, Robert Fisher. Martin Cole. Benny Bernal, Gary Beaver, Robbie Bardo. Bob Bales, Joe Anderseck. ROW 2: Coach Wrightson. Brad Humenny, Byron Wynn, Joe Woolery, Ronald Wennerberg, Wayne Watten, Mike Tobey, Juan Ramirez, James Pate, Mark Nelson, Howard Miller, Dale Laughery, Bill Jones, Allen Johnson, Coach Johnson. Inspired by Guy Giemont, the Bee football team chalked up a 1 won, 8 lost record. Guided by Coaches Wrightson and Johnson, the boys displayed true In- dian spirit and fight as they learned the fundamentals. Under the guidance of Coaches Bass and Gibby, the Cee football team put up a good fight this season. Bob Bales was named the top player by the coaches, and with a lot of hard work the team ended the season with a 3 won. 6 lost record. ; -- y ■ ,- •:?- --• •- V -vf I Bees stop Buena Park in their attempt at a first down. Cees ward off a would-be tackier. FRONT ROW: Robert Moreno. Mike Figueroa, Frank Martinez. Steve Rojas, Marc Vanderburg, Tyrone Nash, Wayne Hart, Ricky Kaihara. Nick Huffman. Mike Evans. Mike Bryan, Chuck Brauer, Scott Mason, Robert Stuart. ROW 2: Coach Gibby, Ken Walters, John Newell, Robert McCauley, Gary Lankford, Tom Szajna, Steve Beckham, Bill Boyle, Patrick Duggan, Richard Brotherton. Bob MacDonald. Martin Del Pozo, Steven Heape, Daniel Hughes. Luis Her- nandez, Dick Grant, Bob Bales, Coach Bass. 55 Varsity Water Polo Fullerton ' s winningest coach, Mr. Arth. Spike Burnett was selected to AII-C.I.F. first team and Ail-American third team. £ ' .-o 1 2l si • 1 • ..... J Ferdy Massimino captured MVP, AII-C.I.F., and All- American honors. Despite pre-sea,son ratings ranking us as a non-contending ball club because of the graduation of last year ' s stars, the ' arsity Water Polo team ro.sc to the limelight by winning their important games. By captur- ing the Freeway League title they earned a berth in the C.I.F. playoffs, and a chance at the So. Cal. championship. The poloists reached the semi-finals, where they lost a heartbrcaker to Corona del Mar. They again lost the bid lor the 3rd place title, as Whitlier squeaked out a one point ictory in an i ertime match. This scar ' s success must be accredited to. not one boy. but to the exceptional ability of all the bo s to " gi e it all ou ' c got. " Ricky Massimino and Bill Rake reversed field of play. -- . ' ( i ' ' I if t S. ss; ' ■ « » ' Ken Wiley blasted ball past opponent ' s goalie. Doug Davis was a quick thinker and powerful shooter. Pat Gray guarded against Dalton Maurin ' s shot. 56 ' Jack Gipson won Most Inspirational, AII-C.I.F,, and All-American honors. Scores l-.H.S.— S F.H.S.— 8 F.H.S.— 14 F.H.S.— 10 F.H.S.— 17 F.H.S.— 16 F.H.S.— 20 F.H.S.— 9 F.H. S.— 1 F.H.S.— 9 Ne port — 6 Costa Mesa — 5 Bolsa Grande — 10 Ciarden Gro e — 2 Hunt. Beach — 3 Buena Park— 9 GIF Muir— 9 Oxnard — 4 C.D.M.— 6 Whittier — 10 Chip O ' Rourke, who won AII-C.I.F. honorable men- tion, passed ball to opponent. Clark Sand helped start Fullerton ' s fast break. . h (b Terry Allen and Brian Williams battled for ball. ' 0- •: Jim Watt and Tim Stonich in face-off. Tom Shaw and Mike Kadera were enthusiastic players. Doug Young passed over stretching Max Besler. 57 Varsity Water Polo . " ' V-w I Iff iiii J " — - -t en ln ' , Dan Stunkard tried to steal ball from Larry Frederick. ■ " iH!! Coach Arth demonstrated different water polo tecfiniques to Ken Bisson, Steve Richards, and Ben Sellers. John Goodwin. Randy Wyatt and Tom Gowen executed the bur- densome duties of water polo managers. NOT PICTURED: Rand Chrlstensen and Tim Brown. 58 Bee Water Polo FRONT ROW; Andy Strenk, Mike March, Dick Walsh. Tom Davis. ROW 2 Terry Klein. George White- sides. Tom Ostensen, Mike Rhodes, Bob Burmeister, Mike Nolan. This year ' s Bee Water Polo team ended its fitie season on a dismal, dark and dreary night, when Buena Park edged them out of an undefeated league record and sent the cham- pionship into a three-way tic. The team, lacking in mem- bers, but strong in quality proved to all contenders that Ful- lerton pla ed a " top notch " brand of w ater polo on the low- er levels too. and will continue to do so for years to come. Outstanding players were Mike Rhodes. Tom Ostensen and Terrs- Klein. F.H.S.— 4 F.H.S.— 19 F.H.S.— 17 F.H.S.— 12 F.H.S.— 14 F.H.S.— 5 Cee Water Polo Newport — 3 Costa Mesa — 4 Bolsa Grande — 8 Garden Grove — 7 Hunt. Beach — 9 Buena Park — 6 The Cee Water Polo team was typical of most Cee teams, loaded with the ine.xperienccd Freshman and sprinkled with two or three talented Sophomores and Juniors. Coach .Arth was able to shape up a fairly competent squad, however, and by the beginning of season play they played an exciting and impressive game of water polo. The team ended its sea- .son with a League record of 5 wins and 1 lo.ss. nothing to be ashamed of. Outstanding players on the squad were Mike Mason. John Wright and Larry Larson. F.H.S.— 4 F.H.S.— 12 F.H.S.— 11 F.H..S.— 12 F.H.S.— 12 F.H.S.— 4 Newport — 9 Costa Mesa- — 1 Bolsa Grande — 2 Garden Grove — 5 Hunt. Beach— 5 Buena Park — 1 FRONT ROW: Chris Bruno, Randy Allen, Paul Safford, Lorin Kerns, Gus Bostrom, Eugene Brown, Chris Richards. ROW 2. Hugh Chrlstensen, Bill McCauley, Inhn Wright 1 arrv Larson. Dick Lyon] Dave Innes, Steve Easley, Mike Mason, Doug Graham. Bob Payan. 59 Varsity w ' George Fitzgerald, Bob McCants, Bert Vandenberg, Stan Waddell, Joe Cano, Jack Recia, Tom Weber, Wim Vandenberg, " Come on you hamburgers! " With these descriptive words Coach De Groot opened practice for this year ' s Cross Country team. Ahhough the gun failed to go off at most of tlie meets this year, the team was able to start just as well with the shrill sound of a whistle. The team was the most feared in the league, and quite often cap- tured all of the first fi e places. For those of you who think Cross Country is an easy sport, wh ' don ' t you go run the oil fields with the team some day? Probably you would develope blisters on your feet and a pain in your side. This year ' s squad was a great one and was able to win the league title with a perfect seven won, none lost record. SCORES Waiting for the meet to begin. Fullerton 1 7 Fullerton 15 Fullerton 15 Fullerton 15 Fullerton 15 Fullerton 26 Fullerton 16 Fullerton 22 Sunny Hills ....42 Buena Park ...50 Newport 50 Costa Mesa ...50 Bolsa Grande 44 Orange 30 Garden Grove 47 Huntington ...38 Non-League 60 Cross Country Beginning of the end for Newport. The JV Boys " l ki- " ' T ' ' lL — »r " • •- ' Jfl f i IRST ROW: Bill Schatzman, Rick Jones. Paul Bailey, Clay Teeters, Alex Rivera, ay Rhey, Dennis Webb, Dave Nelson, Eric Taylor. ROW 2. Ricfiard Dominguez, andy Rfiea, Brian French, Victor Levoit, Dennis Maxey, Bert Black, Jeff Bauer, avid Brown, Paul Schumacher, Jim Gustafson, Mike Miernik, Luis Benauides. ROW 3: Mike Pizano, Randy Reed, Yogi Ogren, Gary Sanders, Mike Taylor, Bob Parker, Allen Leonard, Dick Bruns, Fred Mercado, Frank Workman, Danny Bruouillette. ROW 4: Roger Brockway, Primo Maravel, Altan Leonard, George Spicer, Tom Lauritsen, Duke Maravel, Mike Dowser, Wayne Wagner. Cross Country-CIF f ? V ' Ik- ' i « Cano, Fitzgerald, B. Vandenburg, Waddell and Weber made tine showings tor F.U.H.S. Recia (above) and W. Vanden- burg (lett) are stiown tinish- ing tirst out ot all tribe run- ners. Thu LToss Loiiiurv team larcd well in CI. 1.1- ' . Starting out quick- ly, the team placed lirst in the pre-lims with fine performances from all runners. In the finals our team captured sixth place out of the 9 schools represented. Special appreciation was gi en to Coach DeGroot in the form of a birthday cake complete with a miniature hamburger on it. We ' re all proud of the fine work done by our varsity and junior varsity cross country teams. 62 Varsity Tennis This year the girls put in many long hours of hard, enthusiastic work. Tlirough work and practice they improved many of their skills and gained more experience. Many of the same girls on the Varsity tennis team also played Interclass tennis. The girls played under the leadership of Miss Shurtz, advisor, and Eleanor Roberts, mana- ger. Cheryl Beltran, Gail ChamhnrHri, .limine Farquhar, Kathy Farquhar, Sandy Gess, Marcia Golden, Chris Hill, Sfella Moran, Eleanor Roberts, Jeanne Thompson, Gerit Wohlfarth, Joyce Zednik, Janine demon Farquhar, strated a above, demonstrated a forehand drive, while Diana Elliott, below, backhand drive. Gerit Wohlfarth moved up to play a net shot. ,.s -- M-AJ 63 nomecoming v aeen The stars cast down their brilliance making Homecoming an enchanted evening for all. Amid the splendor of blue and white carnations our Queen, Susan Cleveland, reigned. Her Royal Court included Kathy Moore, senior attendant, Glenna Newkirk, junior attendant, Peggy Erickson, sophomore attend- ant, and Sandra Ritchie, freshman attendant. The Bernie Perry Orchestra provided many wonderful se- lections, which enraptured each couple as they danced around the dimly lit room. It was truly an en- chanted evening that will be long remembered by all who attended. % 65 66 67 Pictured is the executive building of Hunt Food and Industries, From this center the activities of 65 food processing and manufacturing facilities were directed across the country. HUNT FOODS INDUSTRIES 1645 West Valencia Drive FuUerton 871-2100 » «1 «T % L L «X y» f [% rj» j» y» •X» •! • 1 if i rj rjs X r» •T Complete Home Furnishings THOMPSON ' S FURNITURE COMPANY David Ogren was quite pleased with his 1967 class ring, while Mike Mason wished his was like the class of 1966. JOSTEN ' S ENGRAVERS CORPORATION 1044 South Hope Los Angeles RI 9-1261 •5f 223 W. Commonwealth 525-2353 •!• oA vL 1» vL» 1» !• rj { rj •x» " T " T T Open Every Evening Except Saturday COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 525-5092 2446 East Chapman Avenue Fullerton, California •X vl» " X •! »1» 1 •!• PJ T T 1 T " T •! CHROME AND REVERSED Phone 526-7791 WHEEUS CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE CENTER C OMPLETE LINE OT ChROME ACCESSORIES AND SPEED EQUIPMENT NVE MAKE CLUB PLAQUES CHROME PLJVTING - OUR SPECIALTY lOl So. Harbor Blvd. floor stick conv.-kits FULLERTON. CALIF. CUSTOM GRILLES Corner Commonwealth CAMSHAFT Violet Gettman and Kathi Murton admired one of the new blazers at the Pillowry that Julie Shirley modeled. THE PILLOWRY 525-4363 FuUerton 525-5270 l •! vt vl •! js • »f rj rj rj FuUerton Orangefair Center 526-3443 Orangethorp at Harbor Boulevard ELAM ' S FOR MEN Huntington Park, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Southern California ' s Most Distinctive Men ' s Shops. t vl »A» vL %1a vl vL» T ' T T ' " T " T ' IS ' T I N. E. c CORNER STATE COLLEGE CHAPMAN The Stores for Jv) Feminine fashions for gals on the go. J downtown garden grove, euclid katella % «L %1a •! «X »i» vL rj rp» y» j » « • REALISTIC - WEULJV - ROUX - TIZ - CLAIROL NUTREX - REDKtN - NUTRESS EQUIP. - DELUXE. BELVEDERE. ETC. Beauty Supplies from BEAUTY PRODUCTS INC. Downtown Tulle rton Hours - Daily e to 5 Saturday Till noon 116 N. Harbor Blvd. FTJLUERTON. CALIF. PHONE 379-6171 •5f Bob Parker pointed out to Larrj ' Henrieksen and Chris Stoy the new channel selector avail- able on Zenith television sets. MORGAN TV 1322 E. Chapman Fullerton 871-2724 L «1« •!« «i •X ' «L« «!• •j » p» j » • rj» j ri Cheryl Lundberg was undecided as to which sweater she liked best, Jan Murphy ' s white cardigan or Chryssa MacCutcheon ' s new shell. JAHENG FASHIONS 1334 E. Chapman 526-1976 BIEL ' S MEN ' S WEAR 1223 East Wilshire FuUerton 871-0937 Danny Coulon and Steve Harris selected a tie to go with the jacket Tom Cecil wished to buy. %lf «1« •X «1 vL «1 kIa p» r£% J rj J% » Alison Hoak and David Ingram were convinced that all the beverages at MURRAY BEVERAGE were good no matter how you served them. MURRAY BEVERAGE CO. 901 E. Orangethorpe 871-1271 •5f Susan Cleveland found a candle holder that would go with the flowers she had just bought. FLOWERS BY DOROTHY BUCK 349 N. State College 526-6876 Joyce Eastman, Julie Updyke and Kathy Moore displayed one of the many new games available at CHUCK ' S HOBBY HOUSE. CHUCK ' S HOBBY HOUSE 119 E. Commonwealth 525-4579 •5f 1 1 n.,M.. - « " " " at the sign of the time and the temperature ' FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. OF FULLERTON 225 E. Commonwealth 526-8361 •X» 1» »i» vL» vL» • !• 1 • ' f rj» y» rp» ry» J» 1« vL vL •X ' • !« vl« X • rj » • J-» Y •X F.E. OLDS SON INC. BAND INSTRUMENTS 350 S. Raymond P ' ullerton 525-0221 Marj- ' Ann Bro-.vn prepared to play her new in- strument from F.E. OLDS and SONS INSTRU- MENTS. JKS , i. £ Wayne Watten President FRONT ROW: Dot Varnum, Secretary, Brian French, Vice President, Kay Wickett, Treasurer. ROW 2: Polly Norby, AWS, John Newell, AMS. Under the guidance of their able chief. Wa •ne Watten. the Fresh- men proved to have a most successful year. Through their manv activi- ties, such as playnight, various break sales, and becoming inxolved in organizations of their choices, the Frosh displayed their enthusiastic school spirit in their first year at F.U.H.S. Freshmen FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL Marti Kahler, Shelley Browns, Kathy Stewart, Tania Omalev, Suzanne Patton, Anne Marcoux, Cindy Hursh, Chris Hill, Ann Dietzer. I I- 72 Linda Adair Sylvia Aguilar David Alford Rondy Allen Carol Anderion Koren Anderjon Lindo Anderion Sylvio Armeodofiz Martin Arpero Luis Arredondo Grace Arzolo Irmo Arzolo Bob Bales Alex Bolsiris Robbie Bofdo Joon Barnet Melanie Bouer Fred Boumon Karhleen Bay Julie Beord Sutie Be longer Luis Benavidcs Mortho Bender Micfioel Benneti John Berry Floro Biegel Wally BJerke Roberr Bogort Tom Boiven Laurel Bomgoord Gus Boslrom Jerry Boumon Tereso Bowen Bob Boyd Barbara Boyle Linda Brackerr Claudia Bramlefr Lezlie Branom Roger Brocltwoy Wendy Brookman Linda Brooks Dick Bfortierion Gory Brown Shelley Bfownj Chris Bruno Jon Bryon Colleen Buhre Shoron Burner i an ■- ' St- ' 73 Noncy Butcher Leslie Dulica Fronces Button Corl Byers Nor cy Colhoun MortlnCole Arlene Connon Leroy Chombefs William Chapman Rachoel Chavez Korherine Chowlro Suson Cline Rand Christenien Linda Cisco Twotani Corney David Cox Clyde Crosswhite Gorry Cutimins Colleen Curby Virginio Dovidson Adela DeArmos Ann Dietzet Mike Dorn Phyllis Drew Roger Duorte Melindo DuVe Glorio Duron Joy Eosley Richard Cech Catherine Corbin Marie Delozier Robert Eostman Bill Choffee Robin Clemmons Vickie Dhyse Gary Edmund Christy Cham berllr Colleen Cochran Irene Diaz Allon Egbert 74 MS Hilda Elizarde Michael Evons Mike Figueroo Scolt Fredficltwj J % BafbofQ EMii Riodo Evoni Juanito Fimbrcs Brion French Shoii Embrey Suson Everett Pom Finriey Donald Gerdes I } . Robert Eno Kothryn Forquhof Deboroh Fleig Undo Glo ' .gOw MaryAnn Flo Robert Gooi " Alice EspinozQ Cecelia Fozto Steve Frasier Poul Gosien-, FUHS Lee Gotcher Keith Gould Richard Grant Joyce Green Dovid Grose Jonice Grumet James Gustofson Joon Goimon Potti Hoddon Dennis Hole Duane Hale John Hall Stephanie Hanklnson Kim Hordy Steve Hotdy Ruth Horless Bronl Horrii Bret Harris Duane Horrison Wayne Haft BiM!« Jo Honvood Dennii Haughr Potricia Heldemon Ermo Hernondez Luii Hernandez Robert Hero Id Norman High Christine Hill Kathleen Hogoboom Deon Holmes ftir r i i k n » r j , |iji cs r)f 76 - ' ' . . Bruce Holzgrafe JoKn Hornidge Nancy Howard Doran Howitt Gail Hudspeth Nick Huffman Donny Hughes Chris Hulse Chorles Humdy Brod Humenny Cindy Hufsh Morgot Ingouf Dovid Innis Karen Innis Geroldine Jacobson Joe Jourequi Sharon John Allen Johnson Karen Johnson Robbie Johnson Suson Johnson Deonne Jones Deboroh Jones Kenneth Jones Stephen Josephson Michael Juorez Robert Juorez Morfha Kohler Ricky Koihora Mark Kozebe Lorin Kerns Louise Kipe David Klelver Doug Knudson Roland Koepernlck Carol Kohlenberger Mike Krantz Wolter Kreimeler Steve Lomberson Gary Lonkfofd Dennis Lope Terri Laurit$en Deidro Lovigne Janice Lawyer Walter Lechmon Curtis Leseman Jeanette Lister Larry Lohoff n rs 1 :k Jf ( ' f ri • r 1 f Jylro Lopez Corel Martinez Deniic Lowe Christina Martinc Potrick Lowry Fronlc Mortinez Richard Ludweig Scott Mason Corey Lusp Wesley Lyon Dovid Motsuyoma Vlctorio McConti Joy Moos Bobby MocDonold Bob McCouley William McCoule Joann Mockey Jeanne McNicol Srion Moddox Melindo Manion Bettino Manuel Sondro Mejia Gordon Mellis Mark Melgren Michael March Fred Mercado Anne Marcoox MIchoe! Mlernik Cecelio Marmolejo Howard Miller Joan Marquelte Teddy Mirelez Ron Mortin Stephen Mortin Lorry Montoyo Gilberto Moreno m - f Robert Moreno Rosemory Moreno Gloria Morris Donald Morfiia-i Jakob Mueller Ko ' herine Murphy Carol MuffOy Mike Myers Debfo Nazoroff Nozorio Negrete Judy Noill Borry Nelson I l k o- ' 4 - L i f 1 Lorry Nelson Rick Nelson Deborah Nevius John Newell Corole Newkirk Robert Newklrk Seferino Nieto Gayie Nixon Polly Norby Terry Normon Debbie Notmon Valerie Nystrom Dennis O ' Horo Glenn O ' Hgro Poul Ollvores Tania Omalev Jonet O ' Neal Richard Padiila Cliff Pasco Susanne Patton Ermalinda Perales Dione Perez Chery! Photris Gary Plombeck Robert Pollock Don Poole Jonell Potts Jomes Powell Michael Powers ftolph Pratt FUHS Dovid Prindle David Reyes Guodolupe Rir Paul Safford Lari Pyron Mary Lou Reyes Sondra Ritchie Paul Resales Juon Romire; Jerry Rhodes Corlos Rivero Cynthia Rucker Cinde Raub Chris Richords Jo Rodenbeck Michael Samuel Rondy Reed Robert Richards Debro Roenlng Charles Scholte Charlene Revell Robin Ridley Steve Rojos Paul Schumocher 78 Laroine Seiolo Ed Sort oft Bob Stuart Koftiy Thompion 8«n Sellen Trent Spencer Mourice Suorez Koren Treat Lynn Severns Lois Storkey Jonelle Sulllvcn Richard Troyi Diane Shorslcy Tom Srorlcey Dondy Swenson Ricl Voler zoelo Steve Shorsky Jomes Steorman Tom Szojna Jessie Voquera - «?= Teri Show Corel Stephenson Cynthto Togalicod Sandra Vargas Janet Smilh Kothy Stewart Brooke Tonner Dorortiy VcmufT Karen Smith Bill Stiver Beclcy Teosdale Ar-thooy Vosquei Kevif Smith Gory Strachan Tracy Teed Sandra Vlilegos Mory Snyder Tommy Strong Cynthlo Thomo; Eoward Voccio 79 f k ♦ rf ♦ on =i -V i Cynthio Waddell Potrick Waddell Deboroh Wadsocl- Micfioel Wodswoith Richard Wolden Kathe Woldron Dict Wolsh Kennerti Walters Lindo Walters Jocklyn Ward Tim Watson Woyne Wolten Alice Weaver Denny Webb Tom Weber Lynn Welch Karen Whalen Kenneth While Kathryn Wickelt Dole Wight Terronce Wilkinson Greg Williams Bertha Wilmon Jill Wilson Joseph Woolery Patricio Worml, Carol Wright ey Julie Wygol Mart+io Young Mike Boggs Not Pictured William Annis Gerald Kozlowski Gory Bilhartz Evelyn Leach Bruce Campbell Alfonso Melgozo Joon Clstaro Penny Morris Lindo Davis Donald Muckleroy Tomaro Harris Eddie Pena Tom Morris Lucy Perez Paul Milliard Lynda Rojos Dick Kennedy Jerry Snavley Solly Wilson Debro Wiltie Cynthia Witt Eloine Wood Jonet Wood Glorio Woodson As freshmen we played . 81 ■ v 82 2nd Quarter In the awakening we forget the irons. Some of us even relax and enjoy learning and serving. 83 Chris Norby President FRONT ROW: Suzy Dever, Secretary, Mike Tobey, Vice President, Shelly Wiseman, Treasurer. ROW 2: Susan Carlisle, A.W.S., Marc Vanderburg, A.M.S. " Increasing school spirit and raising funds for the 1967 Junior- Senior Prom were the goals of ' 68, " recalled Chris Norby. Meeting with the Sophomore Class Council and officers, he helped to organize their fund-raising activities. Among these were the Winter stag dance, the Spring Sophomore Playnight, and the numerous break sales, including the first pickle sale in the history of F.U.H.S. The Sophomores worked frantically to reach their goals, and so had a very prosperous year under the leadership of Chris Norby. Sophomores SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Rosalie Robles, Sherri Sweet, Nellie Cooper, Bob Waltz, Guy Giemont, Roddy Raub, Susan Gagnon, Kathy Dean, Sherry Fort, Sophomore Class Council. 84 Vicl i Abromj Kof ' y Arro ' f Joe Andersecle Bill Annis JuHe Atkin-. Suson Altetholl Linda 8ohl Lirtdo Bonderas Suvo " Bofictto b;m ao.r Jewle Borrloj Jonelle Barton Jeff Bouer Gory Beover Janet Beckham Sieve Beckham Robby Beemon Gloria Bernol Rexer.e Blockley A.teen eioit John Bloke LIndo Bohannon John Bosna Don Bowen Jeannie Bower Donald Boyd Gorry Boyd Bruce Brocketf WoFten BfOmleri Chorlei BfOu«r 85 Jamei Broun John Brewer Dan Sroi I llelte Atl.ess Brown Eogene Brown Harold Brownell Barbaro Bruno Bob Butftieistet Rebecco Byerly Syjon Cotlisle Sondro Cecd Pot Clioviro Hugh Chrisfensen Tereso Clark Mike Conley Adell CooL Nellie Coopet Anito Coucli Bill Couller Worien Cox Sheila Crobtree Poul Dovis Kothy Dean Bryon Delopp Dolores Delatorre Susan Denniion Suzanne Dever Bob Dhyse Richard Bruns Korl.y Buehner Florence Burks Mike Clevelond Mike Clewell Cynthia Compron Lindo Crawford Barbora Cilswell Glorio Cuzzolinc Dennis Diaz Barbara Dieckmonn Micheol Dowser 86 r Charles Drew ruHS Rod Edd lemon Morilynn Egbert Steven Eller Ann Ellli John Enders C O Peggy Erlckson Reyei Esttello Don Evans Greg Fangerow Charles Former Phyllis Faulker Domos Fernandez Bob Fisher Rose Floras Lonce Forsyth Sherry Fort Glenda Front; Hilda Fuentes Suson Gogrion Fortino Galio Pol Go I von Chrisflno Gorcto Lindo Garvin Joe Gertick Bofbofa Getlmon Jeon Getrmon Guy Giemont Motilyn GiMlom Jil! Gipson Alberr Gomez Bob Gomei Rachel Gonzolei Jon Goodwin Ken Goftrer Doug Grohom Jof ei Gfohom Jim Groves Shirley Gfoy Lorry Gfomocki Duone Hodbon A ion Hokej Steve Hon Roynette Halvorjer Morjorie Horrioi Barboro Honrwi Aa IM . oo nfi, 88 Lee Hordy Linda Horkins Poulo Harmer Diane Morrison Beverly Hori Gloria Haughn Carol Hoynle Christine Heise Bernobe Hernondez Roland Hernandez Lyn Herzberger Margaret Heyer Denise Holmes Mori Holmes Tyler Holmes Nanette Hopkins Janice Horn Robert Hornidge Vivian Horton Dionna Houser Mory Howe Carolyn Hoyle Teresa Huffman Samuel Humdy Herrietto Hunter Marilyn Iverson Ann Jocks Juonito Joimes Rebecca Jomes Jimmie Jaromillo Doog Jennings Berenice Johnson Peggy Johnson Vicki Johnson Cheryl Jones Elaine Jones Willie Jones Winnye Jones Melinda Juenemam David Koon Terronce Keen Judy Keller Woyne Kemmerer Miriam Kern Denise Kisner Dione Kisner Terry Klein James Knopp Adel le Koetje Adrionus Kroonenburg Bill Kuttner Poul Lombourne Gregg Lorock Lowerence Lorsen Fronds Levoit David Leydo Jim Liedtke Alice Limon Elaine Little Patricia Lohoff v-y I ' Virginia Long Dolio Lopez Roymondo Lopez Bill Mocquordt Diehl Mortin John Mossimlno Carol McAuliffe Gory McConnaughoy Kothy McMwoin Mofy Lugo Riciiotd Lyon Sam Mato Maria Mateos John McMonowoy Mitchell Meod Cindy Mabry Bill Moguire Mike Mohoney Darrell Monifield Primo Mttrovel Judy Mattson Lucia Moturino Odona Moxey Dan Moyhew Mat McAdow Don Meeker John Murphy Jim Merlz Donna Middleton 99y Middleton i 89 FUHS ' d V Anne Newell Peppe Ponkrorz Gloria Plerpont CKris Milllgon Vlrjeanne Moerke Cloro Morales Connie Morolei Alice Moreno Roy Moreno Chris Norby Dorlene Nunez Koren Ojola John Oliver Morgoret O ' Rourke Lynne Osborne Paula Poromo Cathy Porker Barboro Parro Jomes Pate Jose Perez Julio Perez Front Plo James Poch Robert Poet Colby Poling Morgorlfo Ponce Loura Postlethwc Renee Moye Morv Owens Deboroh Peterson John Premo Tyrone Nosb Scott Pogel Carol Petes Don Pritchord Mork Nelson Raul Polacios Corey Picquelle Bill Prowse -.s— k. y jS i . S.J 14 " " - i ) 90 David Prutimao Sandra Pyron David Quezodo Linda ftocine Rodney Raub Karlenc Rauhot Tom Reardon Cfiarlene Reed Bonnie Reid JoKnny Reyti Cynthio Reynoldj Pebecco Rc,n:,lds Eleonor Roberts Rosalie Robles Nicholo Rogers Mofy Romo Angelina Rosoles Pal RucUer Lucy Russell Bob Russell Slepbanie Ruzelcowicz Ann Safford Mike Sokuroi Albert Sambrono Jacinto Sonchez Florentino Sondovol Betty Santos Leonord Scarpino Coulerie Schafer Cloudio Scfiubert Randy Sco ' t Suson Sbfoke C lf;JIIne Shriver Mike Shut© Kelly Silvai Judy Simoion Diana Sizelove Mike Smirh Joe Sneod Kothy Snook Lir da Snydor Coryl Solb«rg Sue Soliz Fred Spindle u: _l Chriitopher Squir Joonne Stiles Pam Sutlon Sherilyn Sweet Joe Sykes Linda Teol James Thoyer Sherry Thomas Robert Tipton Mike Tobey Jylio Turner Dofia Umstol Julie Va ' enzuela Solly Volenzuelo Joyce Vcnderbufg Marc Vanderburg Theodore Vosqyez Suson Vendfell Tom Walker Ava Wo I lace Gary Walters Bob Waltz Leah Wordrop Patricia Warnock Don Watklns John Watts Undo Weldon Ronold Wennerberg Cynrhio Werts Rene Wefherlll Josephine Whlfocre George Whiteside Borry Whitesides Potriclo Wiese Lowrence Wilhelm Shelly Wiseman Tommy Wood Virginio Wood Linda Woods Betty Woodson Roger Wooldridge Frank Workman John Wrighr Lawrence Wright Byron Wynn Ruben Ybarro Vicki Young Walter Boy le Not Pictured Scoft Bennett Benny Bernal Russell Boyd David Brown Danny Cone Melvlo Crume Eric Engberson Jane Jacobson Teresa Johnson Michaelyn Jones Celeste Merrell John Murphy Tom Osfensen Steve Peek Kathy Reclo Steve Richard Bill Ritchie John Shaw James Smith Dennis Thomas Lorry Thomas Kevin Woldron Kennis Harding Francisco Martinez 92 As sophomores wc began to grow 93 Electronics Club FRONT ROW: Steve Hall. Tom Davis. Ed Voccia. Greg La Rock. Dale La Rock. Mark Melgren. ROW 2: Paul Schumacher. Pat Lowry. Dave Lowry, Dan Waldron. Roger Manuel, Lee Atterholt. Dave Huff. John Cairns. NOT PICTURED: Greg Fangerow. This year two new clubs were organized. One of these was the Electronics Club. All boys who were interested in studying electronics came out Mon- days after school to see films, hear speakers, and to work on special projects. Crown and Castle FRONT ROW: Sal Aguiar, Vice-President; Mike March, Treasurer. ROW 2: Terry Hawkinson. Secretary; John Weldon, President. The second of the new clubs on campus this year as the Crown and Castle Club — the formal name for the Chess Club. Every Wednesday the Indian Chess pla ers gathered in the Conference Room to play practice matches preparing for the matches played against other schools. rr Some members concentrated on chess matches in one of the club ' s many practice sessions. 94 FRONT ROW. Ed Humenny. Kevin Smith. Bill Kuttner. Vice-President; Stuart Haynie, President; Gary Strachen, ROW 2: Bob Walters, Tim Clemann. Mr. Yelle. Advisor; Les Kenyon. Don Meeker. ROW 3: Mark Barnet. Chris Norby, Bob Dhyse. NOT PICTURED: Joe Cano, Pam Kinsey. Jim Knapp. Dale La Rock, Greg La Rock, Bob McCants. Doren Howitt, John Watts. Schmerl ' s Schnooks gathered . . . This year FuUerton had on campus the Hi-Y Ckib — an enthusi- astic branch of the Y.MC.A. In December. Hi-Y sponsored " Battle of the Bands. " a stag dance in which seven bands competed for a one-hundred doHar prize and a contract to come back and play at another stag dance in January. Hi-Y met every Tuesday night and planned many rewarding service projects, such as distributing I ' nited Fund posters and organizing an Orange Countv Youth Conference. The highlighting event of their vear was a caravan to the Grand Canyon during Easter Vacation. Hi-Y Club Greg Vasvary. President; George Spicer, Treasurer; Tom Lauritsen. Vice- President; Dennis Maxey, Secretary. ' . FRONT ROW: Mike Tobey, Mike Taylor, Gary Sanders. Chris Stoy. Mike Mason. Bob Parker, Marc Kretzschmar. Bob Stiles. ROW 2: Dick Staub. John Newell, Guy Giemont, Mark Nelson, Paul Archipley, Bruce Tomberg. Bill McCauley, Mike Kadera, Tom Shaw, Doug Young. NOT PICTURED: Doug Baar, Jim Moar. Doug Nelson, Dave Ogren, Eric Taylor, Jim Van Hook. 95 Senior Y-Teen ' s varsity squad. — ■■-— «i ..i «-«»...-=.■ ■w H ixi i jn.- . ' iJiut imfM Chris Anderson Carol Duncan Over-all President Over-all Vice-Pres. Y-Teen? is an energetic organ- ization of 300 members broken in- to four classes hich meet every month. Each class has its own service projects. For instance, sen- iors went to a Tijuana orphanage to make the orphans " Christmas merrier. The sophomores collected dolls to send to the children. Y- SENIOR OFFICERS: Jine Watten, President; Gaylyn Giemont, Treasurer; Cheryle Slach, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Jan Adams, Vice-President. JUNIOR OFFICERS: Janet Steele, President; Nancy Bates, Vice-President; Marya Maddox, Treasurer; Con- nie McGraw, Secretary. Viola Miller Youth Coordinator 96 c J - W Y-Teens Cindy Christensen Over-all Secretary Anne Lillywhite Over-all Treasurer Bo Ljungberg and the cast spent many hours to bring the Swedish Sankta Lucia to our annual Y-Teen sponsored Christmas Meditations. Teens had moiie) ' making projects also such as breaksales and class pin sales. They sponsored an out- standing assembly on the history of FUHS as well as Christmas and Easter Meditations. With all of these activities it isn ' t hard to see vh Y-Teens was chosen club of the vcar last vear. Seniors reigned. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Suzy Dever. Pn-bidKi.t; Julie Atkins, Vice-President; Shirley Gray, Secretary; Susan Gagnon, Treasurer. FRESHMEN OFFICERS: Mr.iif ij,L-tzer. President: Terry Bowen, Treasurer; Jerry Jacobson. Secretary: Gail Hud- speth, Vice-President. fj Idakas FRONT ROW: Velda Kreimeier, Susan Beckman, Gerit Wohlfarth, Barbara Sowder, Cathe Averett, Chryssa MacCutcheon, Gail Dalton, Chris Anderson, Judy Ford, Ram Hamersky, Madelon Marple, Andrea Smith, Shelley Frates, Susan Amott. ROW 2: Marya Maddox, Pinki Buckmann, Jaynne Allison, Judy Collar, Shirley Stoughton, Jane Watten, Connie Tubbs, Chris Miller, Gail Chamberlin, Alison Hoak, Lynda Hilbert, Janet Steele, Gwen Gardiner, Cindy Christensen, Patti Schwartz, Janie Klaustermeyer. NOT PICTURED: Gayle Keefer. • Due to the ingenuity and selflessness of this year ' s Idakas. many tasks were performed that would otherwise have never been done. Dusty trophy cases and unpainted wooden newspaper containers were just tw-o targets of their efforts. A very worthwhile project was that of helping to start a service club for the girls at Troy High School. Ser ing at sports banquets and ushering for other events were other useful deeds. The climax of the Idaka year, though, was, as always, the Christmas-time collection of money for Care. This acti ity proved as successful as did the entire year for Idakas. There was never a dull moment, nor an idle one, when the Idakas got together. FRONT ROW: Chryssa MacCutcheon, Historian; Cathe Averett, Treasurer; Gail Chamberlin, Secretary. ROW 2: Jaynne Allison, Vice-President; Shirley Stoughton, President; Janie Klaustermeyer, A.W.S. Representative. Key Club ) I 1 FRONT ROW: Dave Prutzman. Yogi Ogren, Jim Gottfri ed. Bill Harris, Vinton Wright, Marc Kretzschmar. Chris Bowen, Mike Kadera. Bruce Harris. Ferdy Massimino, Dave Donnenfield. Tom Lauritsen. Bob Stiles, Doug Nelson. ROW 2: Tim Updyke. Bill Crawford. Don Rhoads, Chris Stoy. ROW 3: Jim Pritchard. Barry Whitesides, Lokman Metin, Bo Ljungberg, Bill Coulter. Scott Gerrick, Randy Rhea, Larry Schroeder, Jon Hill, Steve Busby, Dalton Maurin, Greg Vasvary, jeff Sunderman, Doug Davis, Doug Young, Eric Taylor, Bruce Tomberg, Gary Fowler, Duane Jones. NOT PICTURED: Joe Adragna, Wade Forsyth, Ed Humenny, Pat Kapsner, Brad Lorton, Kelley Moser, Mike Murray, Jeff Nygren, Roddy Raub, Chris Smith. Bob Starr. Kcv CAuh this vc ' ;ir was chMraclcri rd h a lull schcdiilc ol mean- ingful activities. The " key " word was seiviee. Christmas gilts were given t(i the L.A. Orthopedie Hospiial. and were greatly appreciated. , lan awards were given to those ho s who were outstanding in their concept if how and wh ' to ser e olhers, and who did just that. The 2nd .- niiual Olio K ans .Award, and a .?!()() cash scholarship were just two of these awards. In lerms of achie enu ' nl. Ke - Club was certainh succcsshd this v: v. FRONT ROW: Marc Kretzschmar, President. ROW 2: Chris Bowen, Secre- tary; Mike Kadera, Treasurer; Don Rhoads, Vice-President. An official ceremony was given to induct 99 Teen Toppers Girls, 5 ' 8 " or o er were eligible for membership in Teen Top- pers. This year the qualifications were lowered to S ' T ' " for freshmen. The girls learned grace, poise, and fashion coordi- nation and most of all. they had fun. Culminating their year. Teen Toppers sponsored the annual fashion show, displaying all the latest styles in girls ' fashions. Val McCarthy. President; Cheryl Lundberg, Vice-President: Judy Olsen, Sec- retary; Stephanie Games, Treasurer; Connie Hulbert, AWS. Members went to L.A. International Airport to obtain information on becoming stewardesses. Cathy Amott, Karl ene Rauhu t, Marilyn Iverson. Celeste Merrell, Dianne Farns- worth, Jill-Stpt-un, tliine CTttle. Raynette Freiling, Nancy Roberts. Barbara James, Kathie Lewis, Carol Rosenblatt, Cathy Stoyanovick. Peggy Harris. NOT PICTURED: Roslyn Christensen. Gail Dalton, Susan Gagnon, Gerry Jacobson, Judi McConnell, Dorothy Owens, Helen Roberts. Patti Wall, Cyn- thia Werts. Pat Wiese. French Club The French C " l lib strose lo obtain a better understanding of the social and cuhural ways of the French people. This year was high- lighted by a visit from a former F.U.H.S. student. Ann Varnum. with slides of her stay in France. The members were kept busy planning their annual spring trip which rounded out a ]5erfeet year. FRONT ROW: Barry Whitesides. Publicity Chairman: Roslyn Christensen, Treasurer. ROW 2: Gaylyn Giemont, Vice-President: Yvonne Coleman, Sec- retary. ROW 3: Jack Gipson, President. Time out for refreshments. FRONT ROW: Jim Miller, Dave Tobey, Dean Schroeter, Mike Kadera, Tom Cecil, Willie Jone s Mike B eard. ROW 2: Andrea Smith, Laura Rich, Beth Kern, Ellen Covey, i Ha MoraS? Nancy Bates, Julie Robertson, Jeanne Thompson, Sylvia Lyon, KaTtryTJearT. Gail Brenner, Linda Teal. Elaine Crosswhite, Melissa Luther. ROW 3: Pam Hamersky. Cindy Christensen, Jane Klaustermeyer, Gwen Gardiner, Vivian Holkesvick, Melinda Juenemann. Marcia Way, Pinky Buckman, Julie Updyke, Gerit Wohlfarth. Terri Clark. Shelley Wisern;in, Anne Newell, Linda Sayre, Chris Heise, Paula Jones, Kathy Wor . ' pson, Diane Elliott, Linda Collman. ROW 4: Kaye Eveleth. Josine H -. ' abry. NOT PICTURED: Lonni Briney. Susan Carlisle, Joy Grizzle. German Club FRONT ROW: Wayne Reider. Doug Myers. Bruce Harri Mike Beard. Justin Bodnar. Mark Peterson. Chris Bowen. Don Rhoads. Chris Stoy. Mike Liskay ROW 2; Sally Bauman, Sandy Gess, Virginia Long, Kathy Amott, Judy Mattson tflji_tW47 Terry Keen. Scott Pagel. Connie Atkins, Nancy Lunnon. Monica Nelson. Linda Schoner, Diane Schoner. Julia McLean, Polly Norby. The [irst German Glub meetin ; was held eight years ago and was a big suceess. It has ediitinued tn lie an acti c school club. The purpose of the club was to acquaint members with the customs and anguage of German speaking countries. All interested students were in ited to come and join in the meetings and other activities of the club. Pot lucks, guest speakers, and lilms were sponsored throughotit the year. Gerit Wohlfarth. German Exchange Student; Bill Ferguson, Secretary; Bruce Gehrke, President; John Pilger. Treasurer; Kaye Evieth, Vice-Presi- dent. Students diligently dug into learning the Germanic language. Russian Club FRONT ROW: Janine Farquhar. Jo Anne Stiles. Hyatte Seligman. Ricky Mas- simino, Bill Ferguson. Bruce Johnson. Marc Kretzschmar. Bill Schatzman. Susie Rowan. Chris Merrill. Janet Gray. Kathy Maurln. ROW 2: Linda Nichol- son. Patty Schwartz. ROW 3: Carolyn Hoyle. Pam Hamersky. Doug Marks, Wayne Wagner. Jack Gipson. Bruce Tomberg, Robert Parker. Tom Cecil, Chris Bowen. Dean Shroeter. President Bob Stiles called the meeting to order. Secretary: Bob Stiles. President: Cheryl Brown. Treasurer, NOT Jim Van Hook. Vice-President. t03 Latin Club Being such a small club, the Latin Chib had many joint meet- ings with other schools in our area. Their main event of the year was their annual trip to the California Junior Classical League. This con ention lasted for two days. They went to a Roman Ban- quet and isitcd the Huntington Librar . Suzi Barletta, Secretary; Bill Harris. Treasurer-. Don Pritcher, Vice-Pres- ident. NOT PICTURED: Tom Shaw. President. Tom Shaw and other class members worked intently on their assignments. 104 Bob Poet, Don Pritchard. Dave Hough, Scott Wright. Wayne Kemmerer, Suzi Barletta, Sandy Dun- ham, Tom Shaw. NOT PICTLIRED: Tom Ostensen, Dave Leyda, Bob Askevold, Debbie Peterson, Rene Moye, Chris Krantz, Virginia Carmello, Chris Shriver. Tho Spanish (Hub had an exciting and cM-iitful scar. Thov liad mail) ' " Pan Dulccs " sak-s whicli wcrecnjoycd b - all the student bod -. The Spanish Ckib consisted of 3rd and 4th ear Spanish students. The main c ent of the car was their trip to Padiui Hills, The stu- dents saw a play, watched potter - being made and absorbed ihe au- thentic atmosphere of this bit of Mexico. Spanish Club The Spanish Club members enjoyed several enthusiastic meetings. Amado Ronquillo. Vice-President: Cheryl Brown, Treasurer: Lyn Hardy, President. NOT PICTURED: Anne Lillywhite, Secretary, FRONT ROW: Virginia Carmelo, Ellen Covey. Kris Miller. Kathy Moore, Susan Tnay, Carol McAuiiffe, Nan Cuzzolina. Carol Jones, Linda Fredrickson, Anne Johnson, ROW 2: Beth Gayton, Lydia Coats. Donnie Knorr, Elaine Matzek, Julie Turner, Linda Banderas, Bonnie Reid. Lyn Herzberger. Gina Wood, Juanita Jaimes, ROW 3: Amado Ronquillo, Lyn Hardy, Steve Eastwood, Larry Wright, Eleanor Roberts. Bob Cress, ]05 Way Out Cinderella Ella Monica Ra ' Mitzi .Susan Vcndrell Greta Be Hart Katrina JoAnnc Pharris Myrna - Dcbi McMullin King of Microvania Mike Smith Prince of Microvania Bob Reilh Palace Guards ..Nanette Hopkins, Sue Soltz Early Frost Hannah Anibra King Louise ! Renee Move Alice Linda Harkins Lydia ..Ann Safford Mrs. Clayton Monica Nelson Gloria Mundi Virginia Blake ...Gretchen Blume Dr. Cart well.. Helen Roberts Miss Jebb.. Mariquita Orlanes Mrs. Farnsworth... Ranette Halvorsen Mr. LIo d .....John Brewer Miss Dunn ..Denise Holmes Man from G.R.A.N.D.P.A. Suzybelle Pam Kinsey General Gunpowder John Brewer Wellington Duet Gerrit Bomgaar Ebenezer Cuckoo Mike Smith Crooked Calvin Calico Steve Omalev Turniphead Brad Doane Sentry Cindy Lawrence Sally Sage Jan Grimm " An Evening oi One Acts ' " was a combination of mysier . com- edy, satire, and suspense. " Gloria Mundi " went to work al an in- stitution where the patients couldn ' t be distinguished from the employees. " The Way Out Cinderella " was changed into a beat- nik by a fairy godmother who lost her touch. " Man From G.R.A.N.D.P.A. " subdued the villain and reclaimed the gold. In " Early Frost " a deep, dark secret was revealed. Staged by the Drama II students, the evening proved to be enjoyable for every- one. Thespians l i FRONT ROW: Linda Schoner. Scribe; Velda Kreimaier. Treasurer. ROW 2: Carol Jones, Vice-President. Nancy Hall, Secretary. ROW 3: Mark Keiser- man. President. Club members listen mtently to guest speaker. It is an honor to have a chapter of the Thespians at Ful- lerton Union High School. Students obtained membership to the organization by acquiring points through various ac- tivities such as participating in plays and skits. This vcar the members sponsored the annual talent show to help fi- nance their trip to Oregon for the National Thespian Con- vention. ITnder the supervision of Mr. Peters, the Thespians had a very successful and enjoyable year. FRONT ROW: Diane Schoner, Carol Dunham, Debi McMullin, Cris Pyeatte, Ambra King, Karen Buehler, Ann Safford, Julie Turner, Gretchen Blume. ROW 2: Kit Squires, Robbie Cromweli, Steve Eastwood, Ed Humenny. 107 Art Club c i FRONT ROW: Janice Trenchery. Secretary: Chris Butler, President. ROW 2: Jim Griffin, Vice-President; Nick Schneider, Treasurer. Cf r I I 4 V- A L..m V ,1 Mi.-{ Art Club members prepared to embark on an excursion to visit Art Center School. Art Club plunged teark ' ssly lorward this year when the club voted to change membership from fifteen to twenty select art maj- ors. A tour of European art treasures, via Mrs. Randall ' s slides taken during her recent sabbatical, was offered to members. As us- ual the individualists of the club strove for cultmal improvement and artistic creati it ' . a O 108 FRONT ROW: Linda Johnson, Margo Cruz, John Goodwin, Chris Butler. Nick Schneider, Mark Weeks, Janice Trenchery, Laraine Boren. ROW 2: Ginny Long, Karen Barrett, Nancy Moran, Jay Genow. Jim Griffin, Bill Russell. NOT PICTURED: Bonnie Barbour. Candy Embrey, Judy Olson, Clark Brody, 1st Semester Pleiads FRONT ROW: Ferdy Massimino, Chris Bowen. Larry Mason, Ed Humenny, Wayne Ritchie. Bill Kuttner. Jim Moar, Bob Stiles. ROW 2: Anne Johnson. Carol Jones, Carolyn Hoyle. Peggy Johnson. Carol McAuliffe, Judy Mattson, Pat Wiese, Melinda Juenemann. Ann Safford. Andrea Smith. ROW 3: Bil Rake. Elaine Jones. Becky James. Vicki Young. Kathy Dean. Connie Hulbert. Judy Collar. Laura Rich, Carol Duncan. ROW 4: Susie Rowan. Andy Strenk. Janet Steele. Dave Donnenfield, Linda Haight. Chuck High. Shirley Stough- ton, Cindy Christensen. Janice Brown. Josine Hard. Gwen Gardiner. Chris Anderson. Anne Lillywhite. Richard Stack. Jeanne Thompson, Chris Stoy, Yvonne Coleman, Judy Wright, Kathie Nord, NOT PICTURED: Cheryl Brown, Shelley Frates, Beth Gayton. Bruce Gehrke. Sandra Gess. Randy Gillespie, Janice Horn, Jim Kay, Terry Keen, Mark Keiserman, Bo Ljungberg, Judi McConnell. Doug Nelson, Monica Nelson, Eric Taylor, Bruce Tomberg, Con- nie Tubbs, Julia Turner, Jane Watten, Sharon Wernke, Linny Wortham. John Wright, Doug Young. Fir.st Semester Pleiads this year had a highly enjoyable day off campus, an annual event that is a privilege afforded to the scholars. A trip to Universal Studios and the L.A. Art Museum w as arranged. In obtaining membership in Pleiads, using the previous semester grades. A " s count 3 points, and B ' s count 1 point. A total of 10 points is required for admission. , - ' ? ( " — Climbing water fountains was only one " sport ' indulged m on the Pleiads day 3ff campus. Gwen Gard r. r, b.r ' eta ' y: Lfirr- ••. President. NOT PICTURED: Bruce C incan, Vice- 109 Christmas on Campus «t r V . P ' •:.% r •» Santa Claus made use of his power to grant wishes to little girls. Robbie Cromwell, John Watts, and Ambra King starred in " Why the Chimes Rang. " One of the most scenic spots on campus at Christmas was Senior corner. The highlight of Christmas Meditations was Bo Ljunberg ' s Sankta Lucia Procession led by Susan Amott as Sankta Lucia. Ill V " - ' he Music Department of FUHS ly " rocked out " this year. Occasion- ally the groups got together and pre- sented one of their popular programs. The impressive Christmas performance was mildly disrupted by the entrance of a stray dog during the Bach Cantata. Surely the program was enjoyed by all, as it offered a fine selection of music. Once again, Mr. Leyda did an excel- lent job with the orchestra and Miss Phillips was able to control the wild mobs of vocalists. This year the music groups weren ' t stressed as " just an easy class, " but instead as a bunch of students working as a team to earn praise for themselves and their school. Christmas, the Spring Sing, and the Festivals all add up as the end result of hard work and dedication. Music Club took on a new look as a really great club this year. Under the leadership of Sandy Nelson, President, the club found itself among the ranks of large organizations on campus. Once again the club succeeded in giving each member a " well balanced diet " in ever y field of music. 112 Concert Choir -k ivr h ■ ' -■ ' ' O f) FRONT ROW: Mike Hardy, Jim Welch, Jim Ellis, Bill Henderson, Shawn Nolan, Dick Staub, Doug Gustafson, Bret Harris, Dorsey Wiseman, David Kaan, Bob Garcia. ROW 2: Lynn Wolfe, Elaine Jones, Janice Horn, Jacquee Whittaker, Pat Warnock, Linda Haight, Pat Gilpin, Mary Dieckmann, Mary Howe, Chryssa MacCutcheon, Karen Barrett. Sheila Hager, Sheri Anderson, Cynthia Holmer, Becky Staub. ROW 3: Ann Ellis, Cynthia Mann, Wendy Pierce, Becky Reynolds, Carol Rodenbeck, Rosalie Ingraham, Denise Kisner, Susan Cleveland, Susan Holston, Carla Christensen, Debi Bardo, Lydia Coats, Nancy Smith. FRONT ROW: Marya Maddox, Billie Jo Harwood, Karen Barrett, Sue Cleveland, Gina Wood, Ann Newhall, Pa Bunnell, Judy Miller, Monica Ray, Patti Bunnell ' CTCa vRita Reno, Cheryl Walker, Lynn Wolfe, Sue Scott. RDW-?: Linny Wortham, Jill Wilson, Mary Cook, Jon- elle Barton, Jill Gipson, Shirley Gray, Cheryl Jones, Elaine Jones, Janice Horn, Nancy Smith, Joy Grizzle, Josine Hard, Monica Nelson. ROW 3: Ann Ellis, Mary Dieckmann, Jane Jacobson, Becky Staub, Sheri Ander- son, Cindy Holmer, Vivian Morales, Edna Shephard, Lil- lian Ulloa, Martha Bender, Susan Shrake, Marilyn Mallory, Ginger Richardson. ROW 4: Bill Henderson, Ben Stein, Larry Wright, David Kaan, Shawn Nolan, Doug Gustafson, Bret Harris, Bob Garcia, Mike Hardy, Wayne Richie, Jim Graham, Ken Brown. ROW 5: Jim Welch, Dick Bruns, Greg Weast, Jim Ellis. 113 FRONT ROW: Betty Santos, Pam Bunne H, Jessie Dean. Jenny Fimbers, Janice Grumet. ROW 2: Jo Anne Pharris, Gina Wood, Karen Innis, Carol Haynie, Jan Lawyer. ROW 3: Debi WIcMullen, Marya Maddox, Edna Shephard, Jonelle Barton, Cheryl Walker. ROW 4: Tammy Wood, Kathy Green, Vivian Morales, Kath Bartle. ROW 5: Linda Snyder, Teresa Drake, Bernice Faulkner. ROW 6: Susan Carlisle, Jill Gipson, Judy Simpson, Shirley Gray, Teri Shaw. ROW 7: Mj rtha Bender, Virjeanne Moerke, Lynn Osborne Tavle Keefe?r Anne Newell. ROW 8: Diane Harrison, Donna Lane, Sue Scott, Monica Ray, Patti Bunnell, Lillian Ulloa. Orchestra 114 M I X E D C H O R U S FRONT ROW: Carol Anderson, Linda Harkins, Billi Jo Harwood. ROW 2: Jill Wilson, Cathy Bay, Joyce Green. ROW 3: Lynda Rojas, Deidra LaVigne, Mary Cook. ROW 4: Linda Dye, Susanne Patton, Jo Anne Rodenbeck. ROW 6: Roger Brockway, Ben Stein, Ken Brown, Robin Clemmons. FRONT ROW: Ram Tanner, Ginger Richardson, Judy Neill, Brooke Tanner, Gary Strachan, Kevin Smith. ROW 2: Kit Squires, Vivian Holkesvick, John Bosna, Saundra Nelson, Carol McAuliffe. ROW 3: Carolyn Hoyle, Janet Wood, Julia McLean, Pat Williamson, Bill Kuttner, Mary Brown, Max Besler, Greg Weast, Tom Mock. 115 Band Randy Reed, Tom Reardon, Jim Stearman, Scott Frednckson, John Newell, John Hall, Tom Mock, Nazario Negrete, Paul Safford, Bob McCauley, Greg Weast, Barbara Bruno, Travis Stoker, Brian Maddox, Debbie Jones, Brant Harris, Harold Peachey, John Sykes. Pat Wormley, Kathy Farquhar, Joan Barnet Joy Grizzle, Mary Brown, Nancy Bates, Sue Shrake, Gordon Mellis, Josine Hard, Les Kenyon. Ricky Kaihara, Margene Borchert, Bruce Campbell, Warren Bramlett, Mike Miernik, Benny Sandoval, Linda Brackett, Paul Logan, David Leyda, Craig Sengstock, John Young. Bob Russell, Joe Sykes, Dick Bruns, Jim Graham, Tom Walker. 116 ■na wnnMs WMnnn ivwin SOmiiiiiiiiiiiii Director Mr. Jack Leyda Drum Major Jeff Ritter Under the fine direction of Mr. Jack Leyda and able leadership of Drum Major Jeff Ritter, the Fullerton High School Band completed another successful year. Through the results of many long practices during and after school hours the band was able to present F.U.H.S. students with some fine entertainment at the football games and assem- blies. They also participated in the Huntington Beach parade in December, the annual Music Festi- val in March, and hosted the annual Fullerton Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce Parade. The band sat that one out. 117 FIRST ROW: Paul Logan, John Young, Linda Brackett, Josine Hard, Joy Grizzle, Margene Borchert, Nan Bates, Sue Shrake, Gordon Mellis, Les Kenyon, Brant Harris. ROW 2: Jeff Ritter, Dave Leyda, Bob Russell, Craig Sengstock, Mike Miernik, Warren Bramlet, Brian Maddox, Bruce Campbell, Jim Graham, Tom Walker, Dick Bruns, Scott Fredrickson. As the Pep Band increased in quality this year, so did the school spirit. Under the direction of Mr. Leyda and with the help of Jeff Ritter, the Pep Band showed the school what fine music could add to our morning rallies, football games, and assemblies. Majorettes The twirling of batons by Carol, Donna, and Elaine, added a great deal to the school spirit this year. After the three majorettes were chosen at the beginning of the year, they spent many hours per- fecting their routines. Performing at all home games and rallies, they proved that they were the finest the school has seen in a long time. Carol Lingenfelder Head Majorette Elaine Little Donna Davis 118 FAMILIAR SIGHTS fl- , 5 H9 .: S ■ S ' i Pi If .jmrn ' Jfi- 0m ' - " ■.V ' - , Song and Yell Leaders The song and yell leaders did a wonderful job to promote school spirit this year. Besides having many rallies, they performed at assemblies and games. They did a great job in making new yells that fit the occasion. The student body w ' as willing to give the teams their sup- port but without the song and yell leaders, there would be no way of ex- pressing this support. Everyone thought the vigorous leadership this year was a real asset. Barb Sowder Nancy Cook (Head) Dorene Gianetti Susie Cleveland 120 Dalton Maurin, Willie Ugh Alison Hoak (Head) Sandee Hoffman I Spike Burnett Kathy Maurin Mike Murray 121 Modern Dance Mrs. Overton, Advisor. This year ' s modern dance, headed and ad- vised by Mrs. Overton and managed by Etien Payan an(S£ris Pyeatte, proved a grM?S5 ees ' Presented again mis ycar was the annual Dance Concert. The title and theme of this year ' s con- cert was " Dance — A Universal Language. " The Dance Concert of- fered great entertainment and variety for the large audience that attended. All efforts of our girls paid off in satisfaction and awards at the Concert. Ellen Payan anS Qus Pyeatte, Managers AS THE SUN PASSED ITS ZENITH 0007 ionnie Angcil, i adinc Baiici, Ju ct ' Baiiicu, iNaiic) Hates, Gail Brenner, Jana Buehner, Nan Cuzzolina, Janine Farquhar, Sue Favinger, Patty Gilpin, Lynn Herzberger, Cheryl Hudspeth, Ambia King, Lllen I ' ayan, Wendy I ' carcc. Ju Ann Fliarris, Cris Pyeatte, Janet Thompson, Carol Voccia, and Julie Updyke. 122 Concert Dancers received their awards for a job well done. I 1966 Dance Award Winner, Bonnie Barbour, did her winning dance, O ' LOST. FEATHERY FROLIC, with Chris Merrill, and Janet Milby. was chosen as the Best Performed Dance. META, MORPHA, AND .SI.S, with Georgene Burt, C ' athy Craves, and Julie Updyke, was chosen as the Most Original Dance. A FRIEND IS .SOMEONE WHO NEEDS YOU, with Judy Ford, and Pamela Hamersky. was chosen as the Best Performed Dance. Swimming FRONT ROW: C Milligarr ROW 2: C. McAuliffe, L. Russel. N. Bates. ROW 3: S. Dunham, B. Bar- bour, D. LaVigPie, S. Morarir.ROW 4: C. Chamberlain, P. Patterson, P. O ' Rourke. F. Button. ROW 5: D. Jones, M. Yoting, L_Kjpe, C. Wright. ROW 6: G. Jacobson, B. Johnson. C. Hill, M. Fisler. ROW 7: S. Wilson, C. Shriver, J. Wood. ON DECK: M. Golden. C. Duncan. J. Thompson, K. Innes. Miss Swofter. Advisor. The girls " swimming team once again lived up to the reputation earned in the past. The ' arsity team recorded 3 wins and 1 loss, while the JV team won 2 and lost 2. Peggy O ' Rourke was outstanding this year, setting new school records in the 50 d. butterfly. 100 yd. individual medley, the 50 yd. breaststroke. the 75 yd. medley, the 50 d. freestyle, and the 50 vd. butterfly. ON THE LADDER: L. Russell. S. Dunham. D. LaVigne. ON THE BOARD: G. Jacobson. B. Barbour, N. Bates. This was wnat we canea Hanging ten. swa 1 - - - ' -Mm. . . X- i. ' i " i l fc. v rt ' F-£ .- . Girls ' Sports 125 Dana Barlow and Carla Christenson agreed that Kaye Evleth ' s choice of a Tim Morgan album was a good one. MR. JOHN ' S 159 N. Raymond, FuUerton 525-4495 %1a vl %1a %L ml «1 vL «• •T •T T " T ' l ' T Bob Reilly and Wes Keebler looked over two of many shirts on display at CHARLES EDWARDS SHOP FOR MEN CHARLES EDWARDS Sandee Hoffman modeled one of the new di-esses at TEEN TALK DRESS SHOP. TEEN TALK 2438 E. Chapman, Fullerton 871-5563 •!• 1« rl 1 it ?|y ] •7 " T " r INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED GOWNS FOR ALL SPECIAL OCCASIONS MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU Clowns hij Ijalaes. EVENir;GS BV APPOINTMENT 1318 E Cmapman Av f . E»TON CAL ' F 879-8eSO 1145 W 17TH ST SANTA ANA CAL.1P 54 2-e486 %1 «1 «1 «1 «X k1 j % j •T X I M T VILLAGE FASHION FABRICS • 1336 E. 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Hoff Days 1_A S-3232 Nites la 6-AOZI iSLite and Sharon Wernke chose a terman album but Jane Watten preferred a Beatle album from Fullerton Hi ' s favorite record supplier. TURNTABLE 729 N. Harbor I illerton 871-3724 Varsity Ralph Appy 148 Dick Buhre 168 fc. " n Pat Dilley 123 Jim Green 235 Robert Payan was on his way to victory. ! % Bob Delatorre 136 Armando Delatorre 130 W. ■ ' , Earle Ingalls 194 Victor Levoit 106 Junior Varsity 128 FRONT ROW; Dave Prutzman. Rick Kaihaia. Mike Pizano, Bruce Bogart, Alberto Maravel, Dale Laugtiery, Scott Gerrick. ROW 2: Greg Williams, Fortino Gallo, Art Pereida, Don Evans, Joe Ander- seck, Jim Bailes. Wrestling Robert Payan 115 Frank Levoit 98 Jerry Jurado 141 1 Coach Van Vliet Bob Delatorre attempted to pin his opponent. Coach ' an N ' lict had each matman buih like " Batman " and was able to come up with another fine group of grapplcrs. Led by Dick Buhre. ' ictor Levoit, and Jim Green, the squad orkcd hard each day learning the aried techniques of wrestling. Each one ol our wrestlers will ouch for the fact that the sport not only requires stamina, but also a great deal of skill. The ' " animal instinct " of our men proved help- lul as ilic ' fought fiercely in each match. After a }car of worn out knee pads, band- aged mat burns, and ctnpty deodorant cans we can certainly say " well done " to our fine wrestlers and their excellent coach. Oscar Valenzuela 157 Brad Humenny 178 Pat Dilley gduied tuntrol of his opponent. RESERVES, FRONT ROW: Paul Schumacher. Ron Wennerberg. Mike Evans. Mike Boggs. David Hernandez, Bob MacDonald, Danny Hughes, ROW 2: Mark Nelson, John Hornidge. Steve Eller, Don Morrison, Mike Mahoney. Dick Grant, Bob Stuart. 129 3rd Quarter In the struggling we begin to fear, is the end really so near? 131 Steve Busby had to think fast. Scott Wright hurriedly aimed for the basket. Marv Owens followed through on his jump shot. The Indians fought hard to keep the ball. Junior Varsity Basketball This year ' s J.V. Team played a good game against e ery foe and thus obtained a record number of wins. Due to a lot of hard work and drive the team always gave fine performances. Since many of this year ' s varsity players will be graduating, the J.V. games served as a good training ground for future varsity pla ' crs. 132 FRONT ROW: Mike Tewalt, Mack McCoy, Randy Faulkner, Steve Peek, Craig Styles. Marv Owens. ROW 2: Steve Busby, Jeff Sunderman, Byron Jacobson, Scott Wright, Coach Lawyer, Pete Wickman, John Miller, Doug Baker, Tom Davis, Manager. I r t_ , -u The team anxiously awaited another point from Rick Vanderbu rg. This year, under the ahlc leadership of Coach Van Voor- his. the varsity basketball team excelled in the Freeway league. In the middle of the season, the Indians climbed to the top spot in an exciting game over Costa Mesa with kev victories from Garden Grove and Huntington Beach. Free throw shooting pro ed to be an invaluable asset to the team and their concentrated effort showed through even under constant pressure. Jeff " Deke " Nygren drove in for a lay-up shot. Mike Wells out-rebounded his op- ponent. Varsity Basketball ' ' l o Kelley Moser passed under pressure. Fullerton worked fast against Garden Grove. Larry Henricksen and Chris Smith battled O ' -le ball. , mm I 4« V " )hn Cliristian ;-%- 1 ' W ' - m ' ' iJISw -fc i I John Yoiiiii. w • « - f r 1_ k m V 4 4 i ' — 1 Mikf W . • ' ' - ' P tf IT N lil IN L ' rci (, i,n ' n iff N ' ( Tu is Sniil li Kcllcv Moscr Bee and Cee Basketball , , fix FRONT ROW, CEE TEAM: Bruce Holzgraf, Manager: Alfonso Melgoza. Scott Mason, Bob Bales, Dave Matsuyama, Wayne Hart. Martin Delpozo, Luis Her- nandez, Lorin Kerns, Mike Krantz, Jakes Mueller, Coach Wrightson. ROW 2, BEE TEAM: Frank Workman, Guy Giemont, Terry Klein, Bob Waltz, Wayne Watten, David Kaan, Rick Lyon, Steve Pate, Lance Forsyth, Paul Lambourne, Dana Umstot, Marc Vanderburg, Manager; Coach Johnson. This year ' s Bee team proved to be an excellent one. Under the fine leadership of Coach Johnson, the team was able to prepare itself for league play. Fundamentals were stressed in the practices held each day after school. As usual, the Bee team was a testing ground for the varsity contenders of the future. The Cee team also showed promise this year. Coach Wrightson drilled the players on the value of teamwork as the group worked together throughout the season. Much credit should be given to each boy who toiled hard for his school on this squad. FIGHT II ' ' Of a Mr IP 136 GIF Not enough can bo said about the stature of this year ' s tremendous basketball team. Sweeping through the league with a record of 13 wins and 1 loss the team captured the Freeway League title and also the right to enter GIF play-offs. FUHS won it ' s first game of GIF against Loyola and lost the second game to Sierra. (Sierra went on to de- feat Long Beach Poly for the GIF Ghampionship. " ) All-league honors were given to Larry Henrickscn on first team and Gary Fowler and Mike Wells on second team. Henricksen was also chosen as Free- way League pla er of the year and Mr. VanVoor- his was chosen as coach of the year. Mr. VanVoor- his was also picked as coach for the Shrine All-Star Game. Before the Sports Banquet the team chose Mike Wells as Most Valuable Player and Jim Moar as the Most Inspirational. Desire, talent, fine coaching and teamwork were combined to reward the team with a fine and prof- itable season. Gredit should be given to the student body too, for it ' s fine support and spirit which lasted the entire season. 137 Varsity Tennis m Gary McCaskill FRONT ROW: Doug Nelson, Dee Goss, Mike Hobson, John Wright. ROW 2: Dennis Wormley, Jim Thompson, Gary McCaskill, Chris Bowen. Under the direction of Coach Lawyer, the ten- nis team terrorized the Freeway League. Blessed by the addition of Mike Hobson teamed with tal- ented returnees from last year, the team found many victories and few defeats on the road to a perspective league title. Smashing serves and bril- liant team work were achieved by the doubles teams and the boys in singles were nothing short of spectacular. The future of FHS tennis teams looks like a good one as the JV ' s also showed much improvement throughout the year. Some boys played JV ' s and then switched to Varsity due to their " total talent. " i Jim Thompson, Doug Nelson, Coach Lawyer jj Chris Bowen i !-sss;t SE 138 i mk y Mike Hobson John Wright y " I f .1 I i i-»Nt- Dee Goss, Dennis ' ornilc _ t l :i_ ... : ■ ' 4: = ...-•-1 ! - FRONT ROW: Doug Myers. Bill Muhlig, Dave Donnenfield, Bill Coulter, Robert Payan, Barry Fur- long, Jim Barrett, Glen Gilbert. ROW 2: Steve Hall, Gary Plambeck, Mike Beard, Rick Stack, Steve Nelsen, William Jones, Greg LaRock, Lee Hardy, Fred Bauman. 139 Varsity Swimming Clf Spike Burnett Backstroke r f " Batman Rules, " cried Brian Williams, Ken Wiley and Doug Young. Dalton Maurin Butterfly Chip O ' Rourke Breaststroke • ■■« - )K- Ferdy Masslmino Individual Medley Andy Strenk Freestyle 140 FOURTK H A sTaAltvfT 4 iMiy Clark Sand, Mike Kadera and Pat Gray waited for the crack of the gun. Mr. Arth Coach Once again the F.H.S. boys decided to " give the school a break " by tear- ing the league apart. Occasionally the team dropped in at the pool to make a quick appearance before carrying away their trophies. The speed of our swimmers was so great that opposing " belly Hoppers " complained of our boiling water (perhaps this is due to the fact that the pool heater thermo- stat broke and the temperature zoomed to 92 degrees — our boys still created friction ) . For three years in a row F.H.S. had captured the C.I.F. championship and the early meets of the season were a good indication that this year was to be no exception. A final swimming report is found in the Summer Sup- plement. Ricky Massimino Individual Medley I Max Besler Butterfly Terry Allen Freestyle 141 Varsity Swimming fS Tom Shaw Backstroke Wayne Wagner Diving »„ m. ■ Mike Mason Diving and Diving Dan Stunkard finished first again in 100 yd. breaststroke. Ben Sellers dives over finishing Bruce Campbell. 142 Bee Swimming J. IV 1 t. Tom Ostensen was a strong freestyler. In describing our Bee Swimming team we would have to say that they were least but not last. Because of the elevation to the Varsity team of those Bees with exceptional abilitv. an average of only 7 or 8 Bee swim- mers was left to " hold the fort. " Though few in num- ber yet strong in quality, the Bee ' s were able to make a fine showing in their meets, and promise Fullerton with a top team in years to come. Mike Nolan and Mike Rhodes awaited Bob Burmeister ' s finish. Cee Swimmin g The Cee Swim team didn ' t enjoy the great success which had blessed the Varsity and Bee teams. Comprised mostly of Freshman and Sophomores, lack of previous experience and condi- tioning contributed to this year ' s mediocre performance. Coaching and conditioning worked miracles, how- ever, and these young swimmers pulled their times down well enough to win their share of meets. HopK-s are that thev will improve as much next year as they have done this year. FRONT ROW: Paul Davis, Tim Watson, Mark Kazebe, Bret Harris, David Innis. ROW 2: Tom Davis, Steve Beckham, Paul Safford, Bob Waltz, Richard Cech, Lorin Kerns, Gary Brown, Norman High. 143 •feninine attfre that displays your individuality and ' theyllrenenteh you for 1 TREET 301 H Harbor BlvJ.I FuKer on Toun ' Cowntry Orange •i !• •! if 1? il(? r| | f» •T " T " T Elaine Matzek and Nancy Lunnon were about to find out their future financial prospects at Fullerton Mortgage and Escrow. FULLERTON MORTGAGE AND 513 S. Euclid ESCROW 525-2368 Gil Meador and Norma Modesett wished that they had a vette like this one. GREG ' S CORVETTE CENTER 2607 W. Orangethorpe 871-7676 •X» »1 »1 vl •! »1 Ji r=J | p» p» " T MAC ' S MEATS AND GROCERY 822 E. Chapman Fullerton 525-3464 •d» i» • ' l ' l J il rj ?f% | •T •! swanberger ' s Men ' s Wear of Quality 219 N. Harbor Fullerton 525-4141 k Jim Moar thought Pam Hamersky looked like a queen in a new Toronado. HANSEL OLDSMOBILE 1325 W. Commonwealth Fullerton 526-5511 L vL sL 1a 1 %1a Y v» •y T T T M GARVEY THOMPSON REALTY rr COMMERCIAL ■ INDUSTRIAL • Property Management • Courteous Professional Service • Investment Counselling Four Locations to Serve Vou 525-0231 142 W, Chapman, fullerfon 525-2318 1522 W Commonwealth, Fullerton 879-7700 100 W Valencia Mesa Dr , Fullerfon 525-3561 1106 E Chapman Ave,, Fullerton i »1 •si vL» «1 vL» " T V " T " T ' I ' V ■■FOR ANY SPORT- neals • FISHING • HUNTING • SK 1 SHOP • DIVE SHOP • SURF BOARDS • GAME S • TEAM SUPPLIES • GUN SHOP . TENN 1 S . GOLF . SPORTING GOODS Inc. CORONA DEL MAR COSTA MESA ■ SANTA ANA FULLERTON RAY ' S PET •X- •X- GARDEN STORE 910 Williamson Way Fullerton 526-5154 Georgene Burt imd John Young agreed that sav- ing can be fun. GLENDALE FEDERAL SAVINGS 320 N. Harbor Fullerton 526-8331 Terry Allen and Marci Jubala agreed on every- thing, even the work done at Allen Brothers. ALLEN BROTHERS TOOL COMPANY 620 E. Walnut Fuller ton 879-4300 •1 •! •! vl i ! ! ;j ifi ?f» rf» p» •y " X ■r , 9 r- c 9 ft 1 V s vr fi t i V v A 6 AW J ixAJ s:.JL s 4 -ftJL Cc . tJV Cy n ' Both Jan and France Button agreed that the hair- styles given them at Witches Hut were very flat- tering. WITCH ' S HUT 149 W. Amerige Fullerton 526-9272 Future Farmers Howard Miller and Mitch Mead wondered how much money they would get for this steer at the County Fair. The Future Farmers of America participated in many activi- ties this year. Among these were the Orange County citrus judging finals, the Los Angeles County Fair for Hvestock, dairy, and horticuhure judging, the Bank of America field day for livestock judging, and the Orange Coast judginsj contest. They were on the television program. Agriculture U.S.A., on Decem- ber 11. They competed with another school and they won first place. Pictured above are Joe Weber, Sentinal; Gary Sanders, President; Don Boyst, Reporters; Mike Newkirk, Secretary; Bill Barr, Treasurer; Mike Hintz Vice- President. FRONT ROW: Robby Beeman, Mitch Mead, Dale Laughery, Armando Dela- torre, David Carmichael, Bruce Large, Mike Newkirk, Bob Bryan, Gary Sanders. ROW 2: Mike Hintz, Joe Webber, Bob Bales, Don Boyst, Don Boyd, Sam Humby, Tom Stewart, Larry Moore, Bill Barr, Howard Miller, Steve Fraisier. NOT PICTURED: Gary Johnson, Ken Harding, Dan Brouil- lette, Joe Anderseck, Dick Kryder, Dennis Harding, Steve Hardy, Benny Bernal, Terry Norman, Ken Berry, Bob Merritt, Bob Hornidge, George Mathews, Tom Weber, Dave Prindle, LeRoy Chambers, Mike Lechman. 147 Future Homemakers FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Martinez, Peggy Johnson, Rachel Gonzales, Ruby Nolley, Rosanne Fornwalt, Joyce Vanderburg. ROW 2: Marty Wilman, Sue Kennan, Penny Barrett, Dot Owens, Nellie Cooper. NOT PICTURED: Diane Benedict, Gloria Bernal, Teresa Drake, Bea Esponoza, Beth Gayton, Molly Lemmon, Jessie Martindale, Clara Morales, Delois Nash, Pat Patterson, Monica Ray, Rosie Robles, Norma Serrano. A fashion show, a trip to Laura Scudder ' s, and a luncheon at the Disneyland Hotel were highlights of the interesting schedule kept by the Future Homemakers of America this year. They had a cup- cake sale to raise money to contribute to the State Future Home- makers Scholarship fund and they provided decorations for the Board of Trustees Dinner to further their exf erience in becoming homemakers of tomorrow. ' 7 1 Dot Owens, President; Mary Lou Martinez, Treasurer; Juanita Jaimes, Vice-President. NOT PICTURED: Rosie Robles, Secretary. The girls made captivating aromas as they learned the cooking skills. 148 Futuyre Teachers FRONT ROW: Linda Nicholson, Tori Unverferth, Anita Oldham, Yvonne Cole- man, Mary Rivera, Linda Singer, Alice Warren, Cheryle Slach, Sheryl Shaw, Mary Romo. ROW 2: Bonnie Barbour, Valerie McCarthy, Jeff Ritter, Pat Pat- terson, Jim Schaeffer, Amado Ronquillo, Cynthia Werts, Diane Padilla. NOT The purpose of the Future Teachers of America is to acquaint members with all the aspects of teaching and to further encourage a future of teaching. The students became acquainted with the vari- ous speciahies of teaching such as counseHng, college teaching, in- struction of the mentally retarded, and the use of television. PICTURED: Sandy Barnhart, Nadine Barter, Roslyn Christensen, Carol Dun- ham, George Fitzgerald, Candy Fankhouser, Denise Holmes, Ambra King, Marilyn Mallory, Gloria Nash, Lillian Ulloa. Both Future Teachers and Raymond School students learned a few things. Linda Nicholson, Treasurer; Amado Ronquillo, Vice-President; Bonnie Bar- bour, President; Linda Singer, Secretary. 149 9 i A Dagmar ' s cat, Uncle Elizabeth, seemed to be the main topic of conversa- tion. Mama learned of Dagmar ' s upcoming operation. Fullerton Union High School Presents This year ' s spring play was con- cerned with the ups and downs of a typical, immigrant Norwegian family in America. Under the direction of Mr. Peters, the Drama Department dis- played their skill and knowledge in a I Remember Mama play by John Van Druten entitled Re- member Mama. Though the play was scheduled the same night as CIF bas- ketball, the turnout was favorable and the evening enoyed by all. Friday and Saturday, March 4, 5, 1966 At 8 OOP M Louis E. Plummer Auditorium lama Gretchen Blume J aWm5. yrt rol Jone s Papa HVattSeligman Dagmar Ann Safford Christine Sue Vendrell Mr. Hyde Ed Humenny Nels John Watts Aunt Trina Nancy Hall Aunt Sigrid Raynette Halvorsen Aunt Jenny Ambra King Uncle Chris Mark Keiserman A Woman (Jessie) Julia Turner Mr. Thorkelson Jon Brewer Dr. Johnson Robbie Cromwell A Nurse Renee Moye Arne Steve Shaw Another Nurse Helen Roberts Soda Clerk Roger Brockway Madeline Polly Norby Dorothy Stephanie Hankinson Florence Moorehead Debi McMullin Bell-Boy Christopher Squires Dr. Johnson displayed a puzzling ex- pression. A brilliant performance by Gretchen Blume. Drama Club FRONT ROW: Mark Keiserman, Robbie Cromwell, Ed Humenny. ROW 2: Lu- Anne Warren, Vicki Slavens, Dolores Hayes, Ambra King, Debi McMullin, Velda Kreimeier, Ann Safford. NOT PICTURED: Arlene Cannon, Kit Squires, Sylvia Lyon, Joyce Barnett, Sue Cline, Cynthia Mann, Anne Marcoux, Edna Shephard. This year the drama club strove to acquire bette r techniques in the fields of acting, make-up, and back stage work. Among their many activities were a bake sale, ushering at the fall play, and a trip to a television studio, which rounded out the year. 0 SMOKING President, Steve Eastwood, called the meeting to order. FRONT ROW: Susan Vendrell, Historian. ROW 2. Nancy Hall, Vice-Pres- ident, Carol Dunham, Secretary. ROW 3: Steve Eastwood, President. NOT PICTURED: John Watts, Treasurer. 151 JEFF m KING Our Cherokee dancers started off each football game with spirit building performances. This year the math team, consisting of Jim Moar, Doug Nelson, Larry Mason, and Bill Schatzman, won the Orange Coast College Mathematics Contest for the eighth year. .. ■• f?l Hi lunt tiMit III If sm Velocipedes lead the way 152 153 starting the school year off right was the flag raising ceremony on the front lawn. Jim Moar, ASB President, welcomes John God- dard for another thrilling assembly about his trav- els and expeditions. Scenes from the Spring Play were presented to the student body at the drama assembly. Dlan4 Sherman added sparkle and folk songs to the wient show Assemblies and Talent Show Chryssa " Ringo " MacCutcheon entertained as a member of that well known group, The Beatles, on the Shinbangbaloo Show. One of the Highlights of the talent show was a performance by The Kinsmen. Girl Date ilillilllJ Koliiay Refreshments were served to thirsty hillbillys. Couples were married by Mr. Daniels, " Marryin ' Sam. ' Grubby was the dress and the girls paid. Sponsored by AWS, Hillbilly holiday was teamed with Hush Day, the Friday before the dance. This was a terrible, silent day, when boys snuck up on girls and asked what time is was just so they could get a hush ticket. Doug Baar was obviously the master at his trade because he was crowned Mr. Flirtation, Saturday night at the dance. Couples danced to the music of The Saints. Pictures were taken in an authentic " Ttiilieville " setting. 155 Amidst pink flowers, stream- ers, and a shimmering Indian sunset, the radiant queen and attendants, the handsome king and bouyant Willie Ugh reigned over the 1966 Pow Wow Dance. The Court, ac- companied by the Tempos and approximately 120 F.U.H.S. couples, made the Pow Wow dance a success in the true In- dian tradition. Couples Their Royal Highnesses, Jeff Nygren and Chryssa MacCutcheon. This year Pow Wow aroused an extra amount of interest. Through the years, the policy of the election conduct had become very slack. The 1966 Pow Wow elections brought an end to this! For the first time, the student court put their foot down and strictly enforced the often abused rules. Through their enforcement, two candidates were disqualified. This, coupled with a tie in the first attempt, caused a re-election for queen. This worked to enforce the rules of the student body. 156 Music by the Tempos set the mood for Indian Sunset. Po v Wow They could ' ve danced all night. take time to talk. 157 Sencr i i i mn-jir .are WatBC jj or i sTcarr. 5 : Hie .er. lar Surnat 3coTOTTcr= -icsrcarc • " o«ie J ojiiis . - ' it.iiiiajr -icsTcsrm S ct ' lujis £lfs. aarne oiioi. as:— TnrruiE 3n=EsrH:«3tH .jjmr ire =5Tni»». 400 S. Harbor Fullerton 871-0412 •5f Judi Jones, Laraine Boren, Sue Holston and Anita Bell agreed, " blonds do have more fun " , THAYER CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH After seeing the fine sewing machines available at Sears, Betty Wall and Kathy Hogan decided to try one of them. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 117 W. Commonwealth Fullerton 525-1191 •1 •! •! »A» vL» •! " X vL» vl» vL» vL sL» vL» »JL •J j ?ji ?J rj • rf» i •T • ' J j if p» •X •T T FRESH BAKED and FRESH FROZEN JOHNSTON ' S PIES Congratulations Class of 1966 1377 East 41st Street Los Angeles, California 90011 ALBERT AND JAMES PHOTOGRAPHERS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1966 Orange 1829 W. Chapman 532-3311 Janet Thompson showed Janice Copeland one of the flowers she was going to buy from iL S- SON ' S FLOWTIR SHOP. HASSON ' S FLOWER SHOP FOl W. Commonwealth FuUerton 526-8J89 •!• •!» •! •! i» i i? if J» ?f» I »T» T " T " T •H- •5f • %1 % % % %1 ll IS M ' PHOTO SER 1CE [ 216 No Harbor Bl-d FylUrton Colit 871-4440 J ' - " i • Soles - Renf ols Photo Laboratory Mon.-S Repoir Technieions Focihties Fridoy at 900- 5 30 9 CO- 9 OO «lf •if «}« lf vL« y» j% •T ' T •X •! vX a aX • 1« l JS » ' Js J ry» J» •X Y T After test driving the new super sport by CHEVROLET, Pat Hogan and Tim Updyke agreed it was the car they wanted. Peppe Pankratz and Dave Dornan compared the new songs they had just learned at FULL- ERTON MUSIC CO. CONE CHEVROLET 600 W. Commonwealth, FuUerton 871-9110 FULLERTON MUSIC CO. 122 N. Harbor, FuUerton 525-0251 vL X ' %Xf 1 X ' ry »y» p» p» J J» y» f i X ' l ' 1 rf% j% rj j rj Even though our exchange students weren ' t allowed to drive cars while in our country, Gerit, Lokman and Bo all knew exactly what made our cars run ! McCOY AND MILLS FORD 700 W. Commonwealth, Fullerton 526-5501 «1« «1« «1« %J «T «L •i aX 1 vL« l» •i •i » i» •if T T T •T v T •T T V " T ' T •T " T • V T Gail Dalton and Shirley Stoughton made another deposit at FULLERTON SAVINGS where they were assured of its safety. FULLERTON SAVINGS AND LOAN 200 V. Commonwealth Fullerton 871-4244 Biology Club FRONT ROW: Lyn Herzberger, Millie Gilliam, Cynthia Curby. Chris Ander- son, Sandy Figueroa, Pam Hamersky, Jo Anne Stiles. Terri Clark. Carol IWc- Auliffe, Anne Newell. Kathy Amott. Nan Cuzzolma. Judy Mattson. Ginny Wood, Cindy Mabry. ROW 2: Linda Capo. Dave Prutzman. Carol Prowse. Mary Dieck- mann, Debbi Hanvey, Gail Brenner, Janie Klaustermeyer, Pat Johnson, Cheri If ()u attended a Biology Club meeting you prob- abh ' stood up. because as the membership ap- proached the loo mark, the number of chairs in the meeting room remained about 30. Field trips were more comlortable though, and the Biology Club took several during the year. The biggest effort of the year was the Biological Careers Day held on Saturday hen members received vocational guid- ance in the lield the chose. Exciting meetings were held regularly, where members learned through demonstrations and lab activities. Shields. Sylvia Lyon. ROW 3: David Donnenfield, Terry Keen, Robert Dhyse, Harold Peachey, Jack Brown, Don Meeker, Jim Pritchard. John Church. Tony Goosens. Dan Waldron, Barb James, Mark Mattke. John Chambers, Doug Meyers, Hugh Christensen. Dave Hough. Learning about changing your appearance through plastic siu ' gery. or changing your life through hypnosis, were some of the activities of- fered to the members of the Student Medical Soci- ety. With able leadership by Jim Mayficld. this club planned sc eral successful actixities for the year. Among these was a Health Career Confer- ence held at Santa Ana College, at which members learned about the vocational opportunities in the field of health. FRONT ROW: Carol Jones. Gayle Keefer, Cheryl Bernal, Lavonne Patterson, Sue Kennan, Marty Wiman. Sherry Fort, Bobbie Gardner, Kit Born, Trish Garcia, Pam Sutton, Pat Wall, Melmda Juenemann, Pat Wiese, Beth Kern, Peggy Johnson. ROW 2: Dave Hough, Lori Ansel, Sharon Gunther, Linda Jacobson, Cathy Haber, Gerrit Wohlfarth, Cheryl Hudspeth, Janet Gray, Bob Murphy, Armado Ronquillo, Bobra McCory. Beth Gayton, Marjone Legel. Bar- bara Dieckmann, Diehl Martin. ROW 3: Scott Pagel. Chris Krantz. Jan Button, Sally Bauman, Susan Amott, Marcia Way. Ray Ruhe. Bill Marquardt, Mike Beard. Scott Thayer, Bruce Harris, Chuck High, Andy Strenk, JoAnne Carlisle, Rosilyn Christensen. ROW 4: Mark Peterson. Clark Sand, Dave Tobey, John Chambers. Student Medical Society Biology Club officers pictured above were John Pilger. Secretary; Dan Stuckard. Vice-President, Treasurer: Larry Mason, President, Student Medical Society officers pictured above were Linda Capo. Secre- tary; Sandy Figueroa, Vice-President: Jim Maytield, President; Mike Lis- kay, Treasurer. FRONT ROW: Amado Ronquillo. Mike Liskay. Jim Mayfield. Jack Gipson. Ferdy Massimino. Dave Olson. ROW 2: Margarita Ponce. Jo Anne Whitacre. Carol Prowse, Carol Jones. Cheryl Brown. Sandy Figueroa. Linda Capo. Janet Gray. Cris Pyeatte. Cyd McDonald. Carol R Elaine Little. Chris Anderson, unidentified Pagel. Cathy Stoyanovich. 1. Barbara James. ohn Pilger, Scott 165 Forensic Club m-f . Irish Hershman. Secretary: Richard Stack. President. NOT PICTURED: Jeff Sunderman, Vice-President; Jan Adams, Treasurer. After each tournament, awarding the " ouija " and " shaft " to the best speaker and worst speaker respectively, was a Forensic Club tradition. When asked how he would summarize the year ' s activities. Pres- ident of the Forensic Club. Richard Stack, had only this to say. " I ' m specchlessl " This could hardh ' be true, as shown by the nu- merous trophies that Richard and the other members of the speech squad accumulated this year. But the speaking did not end with the tournaments: great discussions were carried on far into the night at Giovanni ' s. The culmination and highlight of the year was the banquet held in honor of this year ' s fabulous speech team. 166 Irish Hershman. Gil Meador. Robbie Cromwell. Ray Valpey. Yvonne Coleman, Jim Kay, Chris An- derson, Hyatt Seligman, Jim Griffen, Shelley Wiseman, Barry Whitesides, Steve Nelson, Richard Stack, The debaters semed to thrive on lively discussions on a score of topics. " Should the federal government adopt a program of compulsory arbitration in labor-management disputes in basic industries? " This topic .was one that the majority of us know little about, and yet it was the " burning question " for this year ' s debate team. A lot of sweat and a great familiarity with U.S. News and World Report, contributed to the outstanding results obtained by this year ' s squad, in the form of several wins and few losses. Just as our fine athletic teams brought honor to our school, so did this year ' s hard-working debate team. Debate i I i Watching a debate in progress was always a stimulating experience. ffTi J Irish Hershman, Hyatt Seligman, Shelley Wiseman, Barry Whitesides, Jim Griffen. 167 Steve Busby President FRONT ROW: Carol Jones, Secretary, Tommy Shaw, Vice-President, Joann Carlisle, Treasurer. ROW 2: Gayle Keefer, A.W.S. Representative, David Ogren, A.M.S. Representative. We had a very active and bu.sy Junior clas.s this year. They sponsored cupcake sales. See ' s sucker sales, car washes, the Hi-Neighbor dance, an after-game dance, and a playnight. They sold popcorn at the Costa Mesa and Bolsa Grande football games and sold programs at the Garden Grove football game. These money raising projects financed the prom, for which they had been planning since the early part of the year and which they hoped to be one of the best proms that Fullerton had ever seen. One of the most important things in the lives of the Juniors was the selection, ordering and receiving of their class rings. Juniors JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL Front Ro N: Mike Mason, Mike Kadera, Clay Teeters, Stu Haynie, Kathy Maurin, Ed Humenny, John Pilger, Bill Harris. Row 2: Laurie Noonan, Cathy Messick, Chris Heaps, Debbi Mc Mullan, Pam Tanner, Junior Class Council. 168 ira Anderion ' lcH - i- C : •— i ' -i Bo-bo-o A„d.tv LorelyAniell I ' ' . J Aory Affcdond y Cothe Averelt Doog Baker Robert Bales Debofoh Bordo Noncy Boles Qf • Terry Childt Cindy Chriller sert Roilyr Chritter sen Vern Christionten John Church ftoger Clootscn Dorwiy Clomp! II Dionia Clompitl Sieve Cloylon Tim Clemonn Down Cleveland Richard Cook O L 5 fSf is rt( n BobCreis Elaine Crosswhite Cindy Cufby Tom Curlee Ronald Dole Tom Dorke Dir oh Dovis John Dovis Armondo Delaiurre Robert Delolorre Pol Derry Tomos Droz Pot Dilley Brad Doone Dove Donnenfield Susan Doseff Michoel Dowd Diono Dulley Stephen Eostwood Condy Embrey Bob Erthol Lydlo Espinozo Dono Falrweather Jackie Foulkner Rondy Foulkner Jonice Feltner Bill Ferguson Vikkl Fletcher Goyle Forbes Rosonne Fornwolt Gront Fowler John Fox Becky Franks Larry Frederick Lindo Frederick Stepiionle Gaines Dovld Golvon Gwen Gordiner Beth Goyton Sherri Geringer 170 FUBS Lyoette Germoln Sandfo Geis G er. Gilbert Millie Gilliam John Golden Marcia Golde Carol Gomez Fronki Gonzales Tony Goossens Cheryl Gray Nancy Grimm Sue Guillal Undo Guzman Darrell Hoddon Shelto Hoger Linda Hoighr Nancy Holl Debbi Honvey Jim Harrington Bruce Horris Bill Harris Rodney Howkinion Dolores Hoyes Stuort Hoynie Chris Heaps Mary Heaps Jim Heideman Lindo Hellon Bill Herold Irish Hershmon Chuck Hi gh - JonHill " H • Nancy Hopgood Louise Houston Thomas Hulse Ed Humenny Barboro Jomes Abigoii Joran illo Dotty Jer kins Mory Jimenez Anne Johnion Chr ' i M, Johnson P. Chrii Johnson Poulo Jof cj Marci Jubalo Jerry Jurado Mi Ice Kadera Goyle Keefer p Mark Keiserman Ed Keneley Les Ken yon Karhy Keough Terry Knisley Kris Kranti Velda Kfeimeier Timo Lalne Dale Larock Dale Laugher Dovid Lengyel Allan Leonard Alton Leonard Albert Loioyo A V V • " If Devnond McConii Mack McCoy Connie McGfow Colhy Mclnryre Deb; McMwIIln JoicpK McNlcol Mory Mcfcodo Bob Merrell Bob Merriff Colhy Messick Down Meyer Betty Montoyo . Gloria Nosii Jomes Neill Steven Nelsen Brion Nelson Dovid Nelson Monica Nelson Glenno Newkirk Mike Nolan Ruby Nolley Loofie Noonon Craig Nordstrom David Ogren Rolph Orosco Chip O ' Rourke Dione Padilla Jeff Padilla Bob Porada Belinda Porks Stuart Patrick Lavonne Patterson Bob Payon Dione Peorson Janet Peek Art Pereida Mark Pe ' erion Joanne Phorrij " John Pilger Mike Piiono lorry Poitil Donno Poftj x... Corot Proww? Jeonnle Pryor iMoufeen Ouinlivon Alon Ponvom O VnA ' . ' ■3 Rito Reed ChriiReid Tom Reitman Rene Reno Rita Reno Terry Re veil .f , C ' - f 1 A L Debl Rhodes Jane Rionda Alex Rivera Robert Rivera Nancy Roberts Julie Robertson Rita Roble: Karyle Rod Lupe Kojas Betty Rosberg Corol Rosenblorr Ray Ruhe Goiy Sanders Lorry Schroeder Marcello Schroeder Nancy Sciola Suzanne Scott Norma Serrano TomiTi Shaw Theresa Shcum Morlene Smith Lorry Smith Noncy Smith - -V V Janet Steele Andrew Strenk Sandee Suiter Pom Tanner C laro Stewart JeoneUe Strickland Jeff Sunderman Morcia Taylor 174 LP Cloy Teelers Mike Tewolt Jeonne Thompson Steven Trowbridge Donna UMmann George Vargas Richord Vorgas Mark Vosquei Carol Voccio LIndo Woddell Rosie Ward Luanne Warren PouleMe Wasnoli Marcio Woy John Weldon Jackie WiUie Lonnie Winder Lynn Wolfe Giorio Woodson Vinton Wright Oscor Valenzueio Hilorio Valleio Tom Vondenberg Wim Vondenberg Jane Vonhome Sylvia Wadsworth Barney WalchoL, Daniel Woldron Jon Woiker Richord Word Bryont Welles Steve Werner Pete Wickman Brion Williomi Sreve Wi llioms Gerald Wulf Jonice Wulf Randy Wyott Sue Zyerlein 9 ' - ' .M ' ' - Qn r r% 175 ' ' Not Pictured Marsha Abbott Linda Fredrickson Al Marovel Irene Adome Thomos Gortner Cyd McDonold Richard Boles Tom Greeley Cheryl Miller Joe Barries Robert Grigsby Cecelia Polmer Undo Beck Dennis Harding Ed Pinnell Lorry Bilhortz Renne Harris Randy Rhea Pat Collohon Gordon Holmes Roy Rivera Borboro Confield Wayne Hunt Chris Smith Jim Castro .. -C bU w Eugene Viromontes Doug Chadwick C Gabriel Karr Wayne Wicker Jessie Deofi Gregory Korr Michael Wooten Mory Dieckmann Cindy Lawrence Morsholl Ybarra Donald Doll Ruben Leos Joyce Zednik Dan Dug go n 176 As juniors vc worked hard for that Jyade pomi avera; .. 177 ' r t : V •■■ 4th Quarter In the end we find our answer. It isn ' t the end. but onl)- a beginning — of life. -f e - -. ' . ' ' ' ' Track Sparked by hard-working but fun-loving Coach DeGroot, this year ' s Varsity Track team had a very successful season. With leaders such as Tom " Punky " Lauritsen, who took first in Broad Jump and High Jump in almost every meet, Jack " 2 mile " Recla, and Danny " Anchor Man " Maddox. the varsity swept past rival teams. Many opponents feared the lightning fast 880 relay team of Gary Sanders, Jim Gott- fried, Mike Gaines, and Danny Maddox. When they did not have trouble passing the baton, these speedsters racked up many first places. Track followers found their heads spinning as so many events occured at once. But these things cleared up as the announcer read off Fullerton ' s 1st, 2nd, 3rd place of many events. THE SPRINTERS: Gary Sanders, Jim Gottfried, Mike Gaines, Mike Taylor. o »i? vJ»!i ' ' f " mi Tom Lauritsen ' s grotesque facial expression seemed to contribute to his jumping ability. THE DISTANCE RUNNERS: Wim Vandenberg, Stan Waddell, Jack Recla, Joe Cano, Bert Van- denberg, Al Rivera, Paul Bailey, Roger Brockway, George Spicer, George Fitzgerald. THE HIGH JUMPERS: Scott Wright, Jeff Nygren, Tom Lauritsen, Jim Chap- man, Pat Spindle, Dave Brown, Mike Dowser. THE POLE VAULTERS: Doug Baker, Duke Maravel, Ray Rhey, Randy Faulkner. 180 M.W Doug Davis and Tom Lauritsen swept another 1st and 2nd in the hurdles. THE HURDLERS: Craig Nordstrom, Chris Haddon, Jackie Parra, Tom Lauritsen, Mack Mc- Coy, Jeff Nygren, Doug Davis. ■ i ' ' ' A The starter kept an eye on the Fullerton sprinter Danny Maddox picked to win the race. THE 880 RELAY TEAM: Gary Sanders, Jim Gottfried, Mike Gaines, Duke MaraveL THE SHOT PUTTERS: Art Perelda, Jim Green, Dan Bowen, Bob Stiles. Earle Ingalls, Fortino Gallo. THE BROAD JUMPERS: Doug Davis, Mack McCoy, Tom Lauritsen. 181 Extra inches meant victory as Ralph Appy puts the shot. Straining every muscle of energy FUHS runners won the race. Bee Track Showing great promise for the com- ing years, both Bee and Cee track teams had successful seasons. With such leaders as Ralph " Shot-Put " Appv, Roger Brockway, a 2 mile runner. 1320 stars Dick Brotherton and Fred Mer- cado, the Bee team had a very success- ful year. Cee track had its stars, too, including sprinter Gary Lankford. These boys and many others showed Coach Degroot that they ' ll make a great varsity team in the future. " kS? -! r3. IBJ S tjI iM !t||»j|j| 182 FRONT ROW: Joe Woolery, Bob Fisher, Butch Wynn. Roddy Raub, Ralph Appy, Albert Maravel, Randy Rhea, Brad Humenny, Juan Ramino. ROW 2. Mike Dowser, Bob Hornridge, Primo Maravel, Randy Reed, Butch Grigsby, Guy Giemont, John Newell, Frank Workman, Joe Snead, Don Evans, Jim Gustafson, David Nelson. Essentials of perfect timing and a powerful spring make for a successful jump. FRONT ROW: Dick Brotherton, Luis Benavides. Nick Huffman, Mike Evans. Jerry Kozlowski, Paul Schumacher, Brian French, Mike Miernik. ROW 2: Gary Lankford, Bob Bales, Frank Levoit, Marc Vanderburg, Gary Beaver, Mike Figueroa, Bruce Bogart, Alfonso Mengoza, Fred Mercado, Bob Mc- Donald. Cee Track Many FUHS sprinters put forth that extra spurt of energy to win the race. The broad jump is performed with agility and form. r e - tfiS A 183 tr " 1 " - i - Coach Bass Mike Murray Catcher Bob Starr Outfield Varsity This year Coach Bass fielded one of his greatest squads in hopes of cap- turing the league title. Although the team was greatly hurt by the loss of key players including Steve Busby, Rick Criner, and Duane Jones, it had great spirit coupled with outstanding talent and was able to make a fine showing. A balanced combination of pulsating pitching, clutch hitting, and quick thinking gave the team a decided advantage over its oppressed opponents. With helpful coaching on the sidelines, the boys blistered the basepaths with many stolen bases being recorded this year. See the summer supplement for final season results. f s- rif Brad Budke First Base Chris Smith First Base — Pitcher Wade Forsythe Second Base Ron Ritchie Manager 184 Baseball 9l Bill Bales Third Base fs U Mike Cleveland Pitcher J. ■.4.i Steve Busby Pitcher Trr Ik .■» -j ' xt ' A ' Xi ri .r .l X fJIiF TTSt BBKS ' C lfH. ' % s .-_ IC v.. -:s JJT ' Gary Fowler Shortstop J Dan Updyke Outfield % m : Tinn Updyke Outfield A Joe Adragna Outfield 185 « if The pitcher, Chris Smith, wound up for a decisive pitch. Jack Gipson, Mil e Murray, and Doug Baar tried in vain to put a Sunny Hills player out at first base. Varsity Base The more exciting the baseball game became, the more attentively (?) the boys watched the action. Bill Bales, playing third base, braced himself in anticipation of a hit from an opposing player. ball Action t » In a crucial moment during the Costa Mesa game, the Indian players held a con- ference at the pitchers mound. % Jl tiemiisJ. ' sam One of FUHS players looked all ready to hit a home run. f V 1 f Bob Starr safely crossed first base, off a well hit single during the Orange game. A wildly pitched ball brought a moment of panic for the batter. V JV Baseball .jigi With all his extra equipment, the catcher almost always was the last man on the field. As the team looked on, an Indian player connected for a base hit. During a practice game, Charlie Drew punched a line drive thru the pitcher ' s mound. Mr. Gibby once again left his gym- nastics and donned the uniform of the J.V. baseball coach. As the season progressed many of the more skilled J.V. baseball boys were promoted to Varsity. The remaining players did a great job in winning many close con- tests in league play. Next year ' s var- sity team will be blessed with these talented J.V. ' s. FRONT ROW: Chip Brownell, Dennis Haughn, Mike Magoney, Luis Her- nandez, Scott Mason, Wayne Watten, Larry Larsen, Damas Fernandez, Mike Shute. ROW 2: Coach Gibby, Robert Moreno, manager; Lance Forsyth, David Cox, Bob Russell, Alex Martinez, Charles Drew, Bob Poet, Duane Harrison, Maurice Suarez, Marvin Owens, Steven Pate, manager. Varsity Club FRONT ROW: Alex Rivera, J( ( Adragna, Steve Busby finIiiighvfeob Payan, Chip O ' Rourke, Jim Green, jWn Moar, Tom Lauritsen, Larry Mason, Jim Maxey, Tom Weber, Jack Recia, Doug Davis, Dalton Maurin, Bill Rake, Jeff Olsen, Bill Muhlig, Doug Baar, Doug Nelson, Randy Faulkner, Doug Baker, Thom Darke. ROW 2; Rick Massimino, Doug Young, Marv Owens, Earle Ingalls, Ralph Appy, Bill Bales, Rick Buhre.Chris Smith, Mike Murray, Mike Wells, JackGipson,Duane Jones, Paul Bailey, Jeff Padilla, Victor Levoit, Jerry Jurado, Bob Delatorre, Larry Whitmer, Wim Vandenberg, Macario Maravel, Art Pereida. ROW 3: Ken Wiley, Terry Allen, Oscar Valenzuela, Larry Henricksen, Bob Starr, Rick Van- derburg, Clark Sand, Ferdy Massimino, Armando Delatorre, Bob Stonich, Jim Watt, Dave Dornan, Don Rhoads, Steve Peek, John Miller, Mack McCoy. Any boy who earned a Varsity letter in sports was eligible for membership in the Varsity Club. This year the boys ' activities included sponsoring the annual Red and White Game and that ever-famous Donkey Basketball Game. One of the club ' s main goals is to promote good sportsmanship and participation. This goal was certainly reached this year. A matching of wits. t- - =a ::£.4«aagtLjj ' ti.;: " ct -tL ' z VARSITY FOOTBALL RESERVES, FRONT ROW: Thom Darke, Oscar Valenzuela, Ralph Appy, For- tino Gallo, Byron Jacobson, Bill McAulay, Steve Peek. ROW 2: Doug Baker, Marv Owens, Johnny Miller. FRONT ROW: Jeff Nygren, President. ROW 2: Gary Fowler, Secretary; Spike Burnett, Vice-Presi- dent. w A N ' V Cheryl Hudspeth GAA President Even though more emphasis was placed on boys ' sports, the GAA cab- inet planned many activities to pro- mote interest among the girls. During the cabinet meetings, the girls on the cabinet brought their ideas together to make GAA a better organization. GAA CABINET MEMBERS, SITTING: Janine Farquhar, Cris Pyeatte, Peggy O ' Rourke, Nancy Rob- erts. ROW 2: Ellen Payan, Jeanne Thompson, Linda Banderas, Eleanor Roberts, Patty Gilpin, Stella Moran, Sylvia Lyon, Sandy Gess. NOT PICTURED: Carol Duncan, Kathy Farquhar, Carol McAuliff, Chris Milligan. Girls ' Athletic Association . Jeanne Thompson, Mary Fisler, Janine Farquhar, and Cheryl Hudspeth (Not Pictured), were members of Big F. Each of these girls earned 1400 points through the GAA point system GAA members found that coming out for GAA activities proved to be exciting. 190 ' " tSv " SENIORS: Bonnie Angell, Sally Bauman, Cheryl Huctspeth, Dotti Owens, Ellen Payan, Wendy Pearce, Helen Roberts, Stepha(iie Schaffer, Judy Wright. JUNIORS: Virginia Carmelo, Linda Frederick, Stephaote-Gaines, Sandy Gess, Marcia Golden, Abby Jaranille, Sylvia LyonJ Stella Morajv Nancy Roberts, Jeanne Thompson, Sue Wilson. SOPHOMORES: Lmda Banderas, Dede DeLaTorre, Bernice Johnson, Peggy Johnson, Judy Keller, Elaine Little, Ginny Long, Carol McAuliffe, Ann Newell, Peggy O ' Rourke, Debbie Peterson, Bonnie Reid, Eleanor Roberts, Sue Shrake, Chris Shriv- er, Jo Ann Stiles, Sue Vendrell, Alice Moreno. FRESHMEN: Terrie Bowen, Linda Brackett, Kathy Farquhar, Chris Hill, Nancy Howard, Gail Hudspeth, Deanne Jones, Debbie Jones, Polly Norby, Sandy Ritchie, Lois Starkey, Sandy Villegas, Linda Walters, Kay Wickett, Janet Wood, Pat Wormley, Carol Wright, Martha Young. Volleyball The always popular sport of GAA Volleyball, third quarter, again brought many energetic girls to the courts. Passing their skills and ex- periences on to the girls, manager, Linda Ban- deras, and advisor. Miss Ford, encouraged many practice hours resulting in victories for our volleyball teams. In beating Sunny Hills, their greatest rival, they showed their ability for the game. They also went on to win many more tournaments. Team effort helped win the game for the Freshmen. Linda Banderas Manager Miss Ford Advisor 192 FRONT ROW: Lois Starkey, Linda Brackett, Debbie Jones, Pat Wormley, Gail Hudspetn, Janet Wood. ROW 2: Kathy Farquhar, Tina Manuel, Martha Young, Becky Teasdale, Chris Hill, Char- lene Revell, Polly Norby. The practice games helped the girls improve their tech- niques. Badminton The exciting and fast- moving game of badminton interested many partici- pants this year. Getting the practice needed for expert serving, and fore-hand and back-hand returns was the responsibility of each girl. Yet with the help of the ad- visor. Miss Ford, and the manager, Jeanne Thompson, all soon became skilled in these fields too. Miss Ford Advisor Jeanne Thompson Manager X FRONT ROW: Lillian Ulloa. Bonnie Angell, Dotti Owens, Carol Duncan, Judy Wright, Gerit Wohl- farth, Wendy Pearce. ROW 2: Peggy Johnson, Dede DeLaTorre, Bonnie Reid, Jeanne Thompson, Jo Ann Stiles, Sue Wilson, Judy Keller, Gienna Newkirk. ROW 3: Marcia Golden, Cheryl Jones, Elaine Little, Eleanor Roberts, Anita Couch, Chris Shriver, Ginny Long, Linda Banderas, Stella Moran. During a time out, the girls discussed their strategy. 193 f " J- After testing the new hair dryers at J. C. Penney, Dotty Jenkins and Barb Sowder decided they would come back to see the many other appliances. J.C. PENNEY, INC. 201 Orangefair Mall Fullerton 871-4343 % 5{C%5i ?fC5j :i 5i % BASTANCHURY PHARMACY JIM LOURY - Pharmiciil 301 W BASTANCHURY VAL-MESA PHARMACY BOB HEERES - Pharmacht 100 E. VALENCIA MESA DR. VAUNCIA MESA DR. rnnsT. juDE 1 Ihospiial FREE DELIVERY - CHARGE ACCOUNTS PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST SERVING LA HABRA - FULLERTON BREA N 879-5400 525-3585 l NOfR SAMf OWNIRSHIP CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1966 The Hob Nob boys, Mike Murray, Bill Crawford, and Wade Forsythe, all agreed that the Hob Nob was out of sight. 1332 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton 871-5244 Schmerl Vasvary and Peggy Erickson were or- dei ' ing hobo burgers from Carl ' s newest restau- rant, Carl ' s Whistle Stop. CARL ' S CHARBROILER 1200 N. Harbor Anaheim 774-5796 Kenny Cleveland liked his pizza much better when Conni Beal fed it to him. GIOVANNI ' S 922 Williamson Way Fullerton 526-5561 •1 •Z vt» vl kL» Ja •! »!» •! 1 fcl »lf •Ji ' »L» vL» vL • Ji i " J » rp» » j p» »x T ! ' T •T T ' T • «x V ' «raa if r ' r r V On their way back to the reservation, Cookie Iverson and Janet Milby stopped to talk to two of their oldest friends, Whiskey Bill and Handsome Brady. KNOTT ' S BERRY FARM Beach Blvd. Buena Park FRONT ROW: Pat Wiese, Melinda Juenemann, Peggy Johnson, Carolyn Hoyle, Roselyn Christensen, Gwen Gardiner, Cindy Christensen, Janet Steele, Karlene Rauhut Carol Jones, Anne Johnson, Beth Gayton, Vicki Young, Kathy Dean, Giha Wood, Joanne Lyon, Jeanne Thompson, Ellen Covey. ROW 2: Andy Strenk, Wayne Ritchie, Bruce Tomberg, Ferdy Massimino, Bob Teasdale, Jim Gottfried, Bob Parker, Ken Wiley, Chris Stoy, Doug Young, Jim Moar, Larry Mason, Richard Stack, Doug Nelson, Jim Van Hook. CSF Life Members FRONT ROW: Bruce Gehrke, Bob Stiles, Bob Parker, Chris Stoy, Jim Moar, Bruce Tomberg. ROW 2: Cheryl Brown, Judy Wright, Andrea Smith, Kathie Nord, Laura Rich, Shirley Stoughton, Anne Lilly- white, Janice Brown, Carol Duncan, Julia McLean, Chris Anderson. ROW 3: Ferdy Massimino, Chris Bowen, Doug Young, Jim Van Hook, Doug Nelson, Richard Stack. Our honor group known as the Pleiads, is one of the oldest chap- ters in the state, having been es- tablished over forty years ago here at FUHS. The purpose of the Pleiads is to foster a higher standard of serv- ice on the part of the students. To become a member of this group, there are certain require- ments that each student must meet. One must have a total of ten honor points, acquired by re- ceiving three A ' s and a B on the semester report card. Physical Education grades do not count, but the requirements must be met in this course. In order to become a Life Member of CSF, the indi- vidual must maintain these stand- ards for at least four or more se- mesters, including one in their senior year. This year our school was hon- ored to have twenty-three Cali- fornia Scholarship Federation Life Members. We would like to con- gratulate our Life Members on their fine accomplishments, and wish them luck for future success. 198 Not Pictured Kathy Amott Lezlie Branam Janice Brown Carl Byers Linda Capo Susi Cline Barbara Diekmann Ann Dietzcr Linda Fredrickson Carol Fuller Beth Gayton Randy Gillespie Doug Graham Janet Gray Janice Gurnet Josine Hard Mary Highfill .blistine HilL lonamanjiil Tnomolmes I I Jim Van Hook, President; Judy McConnell, Secretary; Dave Dcnnenfield, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Randy Gillespie, Vice-President. Jim Kay Terry Keen Judy Keller Bo Ljungberg John Newell Robert Newkirk Polly Norby David Olson Pam Pastor Dan Roberts Susan Rowan Ann Safford William Schatzman Craig Styles Mike Tewalt Connie Tubbs Wayne Watten Kay Wickett Janet Wood Martha Young 2nd Semester Pleiads L -„ . . •.-.rr ' -r- ' . itll 4 FRONT ROW: Anita Oldham, Laura Rich, Andrea Smith, Gaylyn Giemont, Anne Lillywhite, Linny Wortham, Shirley Stoughton, Jane Watten, Judy Mc- Connell, Chris Anderson, Patti Schwartz, Pat Coffer, Vivian Holkesvick, Kathie Nord, Carol Duncan, Julia McLean, Judy Wright, Cheryl Brown. ROW 2: Chris_BQweaJD( Taylor, V phn VjTigFlf . Donnenfield. Evans, Rick Lyon, Hyatt Seligman, Bob Stiles, Eric Bob Payan, Bruce Gehrke, Bill Kuttner, John Yell, Dave 199 h i«« r ■•■ . dl « , " -■ T irr.-r-r.— : : " •■■• " jf» " r ' ' 200 Spectators and rooters looked on in admiration a their sterling table manners. This Book Is Dedicated to All Those Who Tread the Sacred Cement of Senior Corner - Legally When you first planted your feet on that holy stone last fall, you felt as if you could command the mountains to bow before you. You said that your class would have more spirit, do greater deeds and reach loftier heights than any other Senior class that had been or would be. But this was not un- usual. Every Senior class since the first plague of Senioritis had claimed to be " THE BEST. " The thing that distin- guished you was that — you were. Yours was the largest class to ever attend F.U.H.S. and your graduation has left a large gap. This gap is not simply a result of the physical loss, however, it will be felt in all as- pects of school life, athletics, social activities, academics, and government. It was your student government and class coun- cil which dared initiate projects such as the controversial Activities Period, Pictorial Personnel Project and Senior Days. Above all, it was your ceaseless enthusiasm and sup- port which made these projects, and for that matter, the whole year an unprecedented success. Is it any wonder then, that this book of memories of 1966 has been dedicated to each and to all of you? Farewell Sen- iors and may you always keep the Pleiades as your lucky stars. If- bj% J % i nnj The sparkling and vivacious Limey and his boys entertained at the KHJ Boss Battle of the Bands held as a Senior Assembly. • testants in the Pie Eating Contest displayed Bruce Gehrke and Eric Taylor contributed their skill and enthusiasm to the Championship Boys Volleyball Team at Senior Barbeque. 201 mi IL Hi ' ' I ' rf ' Vf ■p P ' J w i r H ll i.H Ufl mil L 202 Senior Officers ' FRONT ROW: Sharon Wernke, Treasurer; Doug Young, President; Gail Dalton, AWS Reoresentative. ROW 2: Doug Baar, Vice-President, Jane Watten, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Larry Whitmer, AMS Representative. Dear Senior — A.s we look back upon the year of 1965-1966, we can be satisfied that ours has been a job well done. Others have claimed that theirs was the best class ever, and we won ' t disappoint tradition by fail- ing to make that claim, too. How- ever, ours is not an idle statement, for we can look at the spirit of loyalty, cooperation, and innova- tion which has made this educa- tional exnerience an unforgettable one, and realize that we will be known more for what has been done rather than what we have said. For the first time in twelve years, a class had the fortitude to attempt something as revolution- ary as Senior Days 1966. Who can forget eating an early break- fast, rollicking to the sounds of Limey and the Yanks, (of which ours was the very first KHJ Boss Battle) or playing volleyball, watching the pie eating contest, avoiding the mud at the tug-of- war, and enjoying our own Senior Section at the basketball game during our Field Day and Senior Barbeque? Certainly the oppor- tunity to stage Senior Days was a great one, and we should be duly proud to have been the origina- tors of such an unusual and ex- citing " first. " Our unusually suc- cessful playnite, resulting from our use of such otherwise unused equipment as the trampoline, swinging rings, and the perform- ance of the Blazers were further proofs of our willingness to be dif- ferent in our approaches to what might have otherwise been a very mundane year. The presentation of a much-needed gift to the school, which was our way of say- ing, " thank you. " Graduation night, and our trip to Catalina as guests of the PTA, served to be fitting climaxes for an outstand- ing year. I appreciate the chance to thank all of you for giving me the op- portunity to share this great ex- perience with you. So until our re- union in 1991. good luck and God bless you. Sincerely, Doug Young President, Class of 1966 SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL, FRONT ROW: Rocky Mor- elli, Mike Murray, Spike Burnett, Dave Ingram, Chris Stoy. ROW 2: Larry Maurer, Steve Omalev, Ben Stein, Jim VanHook, Bo Ljungberg, Scott Smith, Clark Sand, Marc Kretzschmar, Dennis Maxey, Nadlne Barter, Lil- lian Ulloa. ROW 3: Molly Lemmon, Priscilla Diaz, Mary Lou Martinez, Dorene Gianetti, Kaye Evieth, Shelly Frates. See Summer Supplement for late Senior Activities. 203 JANICE RUTH ADAMS RAYMOND ADDINGTON i SALVADOR CASAS AGUIAR MARTIN AGUILAR JOE ADRAGNA r STEVE M. ALDRED TERRILL WYNN ALLEN A. JAYNNE ALLISON JOHN C. ALNE DONALD EARL ALTENBURGER SUSAN JANE AMOTT ' ALAN D. ANDERSON 204 CHRISTINE ANDERSON BOBBY JOSEPH ANDRADE BONITA JO ANGELL CONNIE SUE ATKINS WALTER LEE ATTERHOLT SHERYL JEANNE ANDERSON TOM ANDERSON DENNIS FULLER ARNETT DOUGLAS ROBERT BAAR «Jtfii TOM BABCOCK PAUL H. BAILY WILLIAM T. BALES 205 r 1 I iJ GEORGE ROBERT BALTZER kiiii FRED JOHN BANKS MARK BANN ROZALIE GAIL BARBER BONNIE JEAN BARBOUR Class DANA JANE BARLOW 1 MiM W. MARK BARNET JOYCE ANNE BARNETT SANDY LEE BARNHART JIM EDWARD BARRETT KAREN LOU BARRETT PENELOPE SUSAN BARRETT 206 NADINE CHRISTENA KATHERINE JANE BARTER BARTLE Aik. STEPHEN SANDE BARTLETT of 1966 LINDA GAYLE BARTON CONNIE IRENE BEAL DONNA BEDALE CATHY ANN BEENER MIKE WAYNE ANITA CHRISTINE BELANGER BELL CHERYL ANN BELTRAN DIANA LEE BEN EDICT SALLY JEAN BAUMAN 207 JAMES A. BENEDICT GINGER CHRISTINE BENSON VINCENT C. BERGAN SYLVIA CLARA BERNAL YOLANDA BERNAL MAX BESLER C- 1 4 I STEVE BEVERBURG S EDDIE BEZEG PATRICIA SUE BISHOP iiAii BERT ALLEN BLACK DARYL BOEHM GERRIT JOEL BOMGAARS 208 SHARI LEE BOONE MARGENE EULALIA LARAINE MARGARET BORCHERT BOREN KIT ELLEN BORN SUSAN ANN BOUCHEY CHRISTOPHER W. BOWEN BOBBIE GRAYCE CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH BOWER BOWES JACQUELINE ANN BOYD ROSEMARY BOYLES SHARON LEE BOYST DIANE J OAN BRADDOCK 209 ' ' ' ANTHONY A. BRANCATO MARCIA LEE BRAUCHER BRUCE WAYNE BRAXTON VICKIE LONNI BRINEY JUDI SUE BRISKI BRENDA LAVERNE BROWN CHERYL LYNN BROWN JANICE RUTH BROWN KAREN ANNE BROWN MARY ANN BROWN DIANA MARIE BROWNING PAULETTE J. BUCKMANN 210 BRAD S. BUDKE C. GEORGENE BURT KAREN BUEHLER JANA MARIE BUEHNER RICHARD RAYMOND PAM IRENE BUHRE BUNNELL SPIKE DUANE BURNETT JP --• 1 WILLET RAY BUSHNELL BARBARA MARIE BUSA CHRISTOPHER ALAN BUTLER JANETTE R. BUTLER JOHN CHARLES CAIRNS 211 PAMELA S. CANTY LINDA L. CAPO id GARY ALAN CARLSON ALBERT VINCENT CARMELO KATHI ANN CARMODY GLORIA TERESA CARRI f I I «A DONNA LEE CAUGHELL TOM MARTIN CECIL EFREN MARTINEZ CERDA GREG B. CHAMBERS JOHN CARL CHAMBERS GREG STEVEN CHAPMAN 212 I CARLA CHRISTENSEN JOHN MARTIN CHRISTIAN JR. GAIL ANN CLARKE KEN CLEVELAND SUSAN B. CLEVELAND TERRY LEE CLEVELAND LYDIA ELLEN COATS PAT E. COFFER RICHARD L. COLE SUSAN YVONNE KATHLEEN JUDITH K. COLE COLEMAN COLLAR 213 LINDA ANNE COLLMAN MARY LEE COOK NANCY J. COOK LARRY ALLEN COONS JANICE KAY COPELAND GEORGE H. CORNWALL KAREN ELAINE COSBY DANIEL M. COULON MARC ANN COURTER Aii ELLEN JANICE WILLIAM RAMON JERRY CLIFFORD COVEY COVONE COX 214 ■ ■1 " w K M 1 m 1 M- „« 1 M. JEANETTE BILL COX CRAWFORD CHERYL SUZANNE CREEK a; GARY ROBERT CROW J. PAT CRAWFORD |i " s| i4ik RICK CRINER ROBERT DANIEL CROMWELL A. MARGARITA CRUZ J. PAUL CUNNINGHAM SUSAN GAYE DAILEY GAIL CHRISTINE DALTON GARY LEE DARR 215 t DONNA DAVIS DOUGLAS EUGENE DAVIS GREG B. DAVIS mMi JOHN MICHAEL DAVIS MARSHALL DAZA LES F. DECKER PRISCILLA ANN DIAZ ROGELIO SIGALA DIAZ DEWEY WILLIAM DOBSON C ' t- o THOMAS MARTIN DOLLARHIDE RICHARD DOMINGUEZ TOMMY DOMINGUEZ 216 MiM DAVE MICHAEL DORNAN TERI M. DRAKE STEVE G, DRUCE DIANE DUARTE ROSS F. DUCHENE CAROL ANN DUNCAN GLENN THOMAS DUNCAN CAROL ELISE DUNHAM RONALD DUNN LINDA KAY DYE STEVEN LEROY EASLON JOYCE S. EASTMAN 217 STEVE EBERHARD PAUL ROBERTS EDWARDH MARGO JOY EISELE WAYNE EISENHART DIANA LYNN ELLIOTT JIM K. ELLIS Class TIM ELLIS BEATRIS ESPINOZA KAYE LORRAINE EVLETH CANDY FANKHOUSER PAUL WILLIAM BARBARA DIANNE EARNER FARNSWORTH 218 JANINE ADELE FARQUHAR GARY E. FAUST SUE CAROL FAVINGER of 1966 DAWNA KRISTINE FERGUSON LYDIA F ERNANDEZ SANDY JEAN FIGUEROA MARY AMELIA FISLER GEORGE B. FITZGERALD TONY FLORES SHARRON M. FORBES JUDY MAY FORD J. RUDY FORNERO 219 ( MAk WADE GLENN FORSYTH GARY WAYNE FOWLER LINDA LEE FOX LARRY JAMES FRANK MARSHA LOUISE CATHERINE SHELLEY ERASER FRATES LINDA MARIE FREEMAN G. RAYNETTE FREILING ARLENE ALICE FRIEDLANDER CAROL FULLER BARRY MICHAEL CYNTHIA CARRIE FURLONG GABBART W MICHAEL DELMUS GAINES PATRICIA A. GARCIA ROBERT LARRY GARCIA BARBARA JEAN GARDNER CAROLYN S. GATES BRUCE RICHARD GEHRKE JAY N. GENOW VIOLET JANE GETTMAN DORENE LEE GIANETTI GAYLYN SUE GIEMONT THOMAS RANDALL PATTY A, GILLESPIE GILPIN 221 I :k JACK STEWART GIPSON MARTIN EDWARD GOMEZ CAROLYN GONZALES JESSE ABELLA JOHN DOUGLAS DEE LANE GONZALES GOODWIN GOSS JAMES W. GOTTFRIED TOM GOWEN r W. SCOTT GRAGO MARY KATHLEEN GRAVES JANET GAIL GRAY PATRICK DENNIS GRAY 222 JAMES LEE GREEN KATHLEEN DIANN GREEN JAMES H. GRIFFEN JAN GRIMM JOY LYNN GRIZZLE ROBERTA CECILA GUIDERA SHARON LYNN GUNTHER DOUGLAS DEAN GUSTAFSON CATHY LOl ' ISF HABER KATHLEEN HAINES PAMELA JO HAMERSKY SUSAN DUBET HANSEN 223 JUDITH I. HANSON JOSINE MARIE HARD LYN WALLACE HARDY MIKE WAYNE HARDY DON EDWARD HARE PEGGY ROSE HARRIS STEVEN WAYNE HARRIS TERRANCE BOYD HAWKINSON MARY FRANCES HEDGE THOMAS JOSEPH HEDGE MARIE LOUISE HEIDEMAN BILL LESLIE HEITZMAN 224 BILL HENDERSON ERIC MICHAEL HENDRICKS LARRY A. HENDRICKSEN DAVID STANLE HERNANDEZ CHARLES DAVID HERRERA NORMAN RAY HICKEY ' ! GARY HICKMAN MARY RUTH HIGHFILL LYNDA J. HILBERT MICHAEL BURKE IIINTZ ALISON SUE HOAK MICHAEL ROY HOBSON 225 LORI HOENER SANDRA K. HOFFMAN KATHLEEN ANN HOGAN MARTHA HOGAN PATRICIA LYNN HOGAN CHRISTOPHER C. HOLGUIN VIVIAN RUTH HOLKESVICK JUDY ELLEN HOLM VICKY HOLMDEN CYNTHIA ELLEN HOLMER THOR HOLMES SU HOLSTON 226 TERESA ANN HOPPER DAVE HOUGH LARRY GENE HOWARD PHILIP HOWITT CHERYL KARI HUDSPETH o DAVID WESLEY HUFF dk ik CONNIE HULBERT ERIC J. HURD DAVID L. INGRAM LINDA ANNETTE JACOBS CHRIS ANN JACOBSON SHARON LYNN JEWELL 227 4t ROSS JOHN JIMENEZ BRUCE ALAN JOHNSON DON JOHNSON GARY DEAN JOHNSON GEORGE MICHAEL JOHNSON JEFF JOSEPH JOHNSON JERRY DEAN JOHNSON LINDA SUSAN JOHNSON PATRICIA JUNE JOHNSON DENNIS RAY JOHNSTON DUANE JONES JUDITH LYNN JONES 228 ■smsi ' ' -:-Vri. " - " .s a -i ■ : Sl PHIL W. JONES JOE RICHARD JULIAN PATRICK EDWARD KAPSNER PATRICIA I. KAUPPI JAMES FRANKLIN KAY SARA LOUISE KECK f SUE ANN KENNAN MARK V. KENNY LYNN MARY KERSTEN JOHN E. KESTER AMBRA E. KING SHERI ROGERS KING 229 PAMELA LEE KINSEY JANIE ELIZABETH KLAUSTERMEYER MARY KLEINHEKSEL CHERYL ANN KNAPP Class DONNIE KNORR ANDY FRANK KOEPFER MARY ALICE KREIMEIER MARK C. KRETZSCHMAR RICHARD A. KRYDER Aim MICHAEL KUESTER SANDRA KAE LAFORTUNE DONNA MARIE LANE 230 BARBARA JEAN LANEVILLE JOHN BRUCE LARGE A. TOM LAURITSEN of 1966 MARJIE ANN LEGEL MOLLY ANN LEMMON TIMOTHY LENNEN VICTOR LEVOIT KATHI RENEE LEWIS ANNE LILLYWHITE PAUL H. LIMON T. J. LINDQUIST CAROL J. LINGENFELDER 231 ROBERT MICHAEL LISKAY BO K. LJUNGBERG BOB LOBO EVELYN JEAN LOHOFF BRAD WILLIAM LORTON ALBERT LEO LOSOYA CHARLOTTE WYNN LOUSTALOT GEORGE LOWE BOBBIE J. LOWRY DAVID PAUL BEATRICE MARGRETE LOWRY LUGO LYDIA ANNE LUNA 232 CHERYL LEE LUNDBERG NANCY KAY LUNNON MELISSA C. LUTHER MAUREEN LYONS KAREN LYNN MACALILAY CHRYSSA SHARON MACCUTCHEON DANNY MADDOX MARILYN KAY MALLORY " CYNTHIA MANN GERRY MACARKJ IRIENO DOUGLAS ALLYN MANSFIELD MARAVEL MARKS 233 MADELON MARPLE JOHN HARRIS MARSHALL CARLENE JO MARTEN JESSIE LEA MARTINDALE MARY LOU MARTINEZ CLORINDA JOANN MASCIO LARRY MASON tM PAUL EDWARD MASON FERNANDO MASSIMINO ROBERT D. MATSUYAMA MARK WALTER MATTKE ELAINE MATZEK 234 LARRY DOOLITTLE DALTON MARIANO MAURER MAURIN ADELIE MEREDITH JEANNE LEE MERSHELL DENNIS CRAIG MAXEY JAMES HAROLD MAXEY JAMES R. MAYFIELD GIL EMERY MEADOR CHRISTINE MARIE MERRILL PAM MARIE MERRITT BILL EDWARD MERTZ LOKMAN METIN 235 GLEN E. MICHAEL MICHAEL A. MICHAUD KEITH L. MIDDLETON JANET I. MILBY CHRISTINE MARY MILLER - t iA JIM DAVID MILLER JUDY ANN MILLER KRISTINE DIANNE MILLER MIKE FRANCIS MILLER KEN B. MITCHELL JAMES H. MOAR TOM MOCK 236 NORMA LEE MODESETT BETTY ANNE MOLE ANNETTE LOUISE MOORE KATHY ANN MOORE VIVIAN VARGAS MORALES a NANCY LERAE MORAN Al ROCKY ANTHONY MORELLI MIKE MORENO THOMAS REYES MORENO POWELL DEWITT MORRIS RICKI LEE MORRIS REBECCA ANN MOSEY 237 CARL J. MUELLER WILLIAM CHARLES JAN MUHLIG MURPHY MICHAEL MURPHY ROBERT WARD MURPHY TERRY DAVID MURPHY ■ TOM RALPH MURPHY MICHAEL R. MURRAY KATHI MURTON DOUGLAS RICHARD VALERIE MARIE GARY H. MYERS McCarthy McCaskill 238 LARRY STEWART McCLOUD MICHAEL J. McCLURE JUDITH ANN McCONNELL BOBRA LYNN McCORRY MICHAEL P. McGARRITY SHERRY LYNN McGUIRE JOYCE ANNE McINNISH DAVID G. McKENZIE JULIA MARY McLEAN JIM McLaughlin DELOIS NASH VICKI J. NATION 239 JIM C. NEAL RAYMON E. NEAL ROBIN NEISESS DOUGLAS CLELAND KATHLEEN MARY SAUNDRA LOUISE NELSON NELSON NELSON MICHAEL EUGENE NEWKIRK KAREN JEAN NICHOLSON LINDA M. NICHOLSON MONICA NIETO SHAWN PATRICK NOLAN KATHIE NORD 240 JEFFREY GRANT NYGREN BOB ALAN O ' CONNOR ANITA RAY OLDHAM ROBERT GOMEZ OLIVARES LYNDA LOUISE OLIVER JEFFREY ALAN OLSEN DAVID S. OLSON JUDY LAW ANA OLSON MICHAEL DALE OLTMAN STEPHEN A. OMALEV MARIQUITA YOLANDA ORLANES LADISLAO ORTEGA. JR. 241 DOROTHY JEAN OWENS DARLENE CECILIA BOB PADILLA PARKER Class TENNIE SHERRELL PARKS JACKIE E. PARRA PAMELA ANN PASTOR WILLIAM L. PATCH PATRICIA LOUISE PATTERSON CAROLE ANN PAVLOFF ELLEN DORENE PAYAN CHRIS E. PAYNE WENDY LEE PEARCE 242 RANDELL ROBERT PECK MARY LOU PETERSON BOBBIE JANE PIETSCH of 1966 WARREN RICHARD POMPEI : f yxr , DENNIS KEITH POUNDS JACK W. PRAY KEN LEE POTTS DANIEL JOHN PRESTBY JILL CATHERINE PRYOR MARK STEVEN PRYOR CRISTIN ANN PYEATTE 243 KENNETH WILLIAM RAATZ KAREN ANN RAGLAND WILLIAM F. RAKE " TST GARY RAUB MONICA MICHELINE RAY JACK REGGIE RECLA diMA BARBARA KAY REEVES WAYNE ALAN REIDER ROBERT A. REILLY DOUG B. REYNOLDS DON R. RHOADES LAURIE MARIE RICH 244 GINGER LEA RICHARDSON ARLENE V. RIGDON RON LEE RITCHIE JEFFREY L. RITTER GILBERT THOMAS RIVAS ROSE MARY RIVERA DAN C. ROBERTS DARYL ROBERTS HELEN MARIA ROBERTS LYNN E. ROBERTS MARK A. RODEN SUSAN DELORES ROGERS 245 AMADO RONQUILLO, JR. JAMES ROSEN SUSAN FOSTER ROWAN OLIVIA THERESA RUEDA ROBERT D. RUGG CLARK ALLEN SAND MARK GEORGE SANDY MARY LINDA SAYRE JIM R. SCHAEFFER STEPHANIE JILL SCHAFFER WILLIAM GEORGE CHARLENE ELIZABETH SCHATZMAN SCHENK 246 CAROLYN MARIE SCHMIDTKE DONALD NICKOLAS SCHNEIDER DIANE MARY SCHONER LINDA ANN SCHONER DEAN PAUL SCHROETER BILL BERNARD SCHULTZ PATRICIA J. SCHUMACHER PATRICIA ANN SCHWARTZ LINDA J. SCHWENKER PAULA CRACE SCOTFORD KAREN SUE SEALS HYATT ETHAN SELIGMAN 247 CRAIG SENGSTOCK PAULA SUE SETTLES SHERYL SHAW EDNA SHEPHARD CHERI JEAN SHIELDS JULIE LINDA SHIRLEY ROBERT M. SHORT TERI SIEKIERSKI LINDA SINGER CHERYLE MARIE SLACH KAREN S. SLATE SUSAN JEAN SLATER 248 VICKI DIANE SLA YENS ANDREA GENE SMITH DENNIS AI.LYN SMITH KATHLEEN DOLORES SMITH LINDA KAY SMITH ROBERT L. SMITH SCOTT ALAN SMITH SONIA SORRELL TERRY RAY SPAULDINC 1 jTii r GEORGE EDWARD RICHARD NELSON MIKE WARD SPICER STACK STANDLEY 249 ft STEVEN GEORGE STAPLES i li BOB STARR DICK STAUB JON A. STEARMAN BENJAMIN K. STEIN RON STENE ' . f. I Mdtk ' TOM L. STEWART ROBERT VERNON STILES TIMOTHY P. STONICH SHIRLEY ANN STOUGHTON CHRISTOPHER J. STOY BARBARA JEAN STUART 250 DAVE K. STUYVENBERG DIANE SULLIVAN CYNTHIA ANN SUTTON LINNEA A. SWANSON LINDA K. SWIFT JEANNE TAGGART ERIC TAYLOR MICHAEL J. TAYLOR MARALEE TEALL LINDA DIANE TETRAULT JOHN THOMAS JANET MARIE THOMPSON 251 JIM HOWARD THOMPSON KAREN LYNN THREADGILL BRUCE TOMBERG SUSAN M. TRIAY «« » M MICHAEL E. TINKER V ililkife 1 DAVE TOBEY JOSEPH S. TODD MIKE WAYNE TOLFORD FRANK R. TORTORICI JANICE DIANE TRENCHERY MARK LEWIS TRIGG DAVID JOSEPH TRIMMELL 252 VICKI JO TRUE CONNIE L. TUBES STAN TURMAN JOSE MANUEL ULLOA LILLIAN IRENE ULLOA TORI UNVERFERTH DAN ROBERT UPDYKE JULIE ANNE UPDYKE TIM VALE UPDYKE iMdl Ai EDWARD RAYMOND W. VALENZUELA, JR. VALPEY BERT P. VANDENBERG 253 RICK E. VANDERBURG i LAUREL LEIGH VAN GILDER ik4li ROBERT H, WILLIAM GRESHAM MICHELE LORRAINE VANDER WEERD VASVARY, JR. VAYSSIE JAMES W. VAN HOOK Class JANET SUSAN VEDINER DARRELL L. VERHOEF RAUL J. VILLEGAS y SHIRLEY MAY VOLLMER i MA I h TIMOTHY DEAN STANTON WHITE WACHTEL WADDELL 254 DAN C. WALK CHERYL LYNN WALKER o GARY L. WALKER of 1966 BETTY L. WALL PATRICIA DIANE DENNIS R. WALL WALLINGSFORD ROBERT LEE WALTERS, JR. ALICE LOLIISE CHERYL ELIZABETH WARREN WATSON JACK EDWARD WATSON JIM ROBi;RrSON WATT JANE CAROL WATTEN 255 SANDY A. WAYLAND GREGORY ALLEN WEAST JOE WEBER III kd( w. MARK WEEKS JIM G. WELCH RICHARD MIKE WELLS SHARON MARIE WERNKE CHARLES GREG WESTRA LINDA MARIE WHEELER LARRY EDWARD WHITMER JACQUEE F. WHITTAKER KENNETH WILEY 256 STEVE C. WILLIAMS PATRICIA J. WILLIAMSON MARTHA JEAN WILMAN 4 WILLIAM G. WINTTER ERNIE FLOYD WISE DORSEY EDWARD WISEMAN GERIT WOHLFARTH PAT RAYMOND WOLLENBERG DENNIS ROY WOOD JUDY ELLEN MARY KATHLEEN DENNIS MICHAEL WOOD WOOLERY WORMLEY 257 LINNEA LEIGH WORTHAM JUDITH L. WRIGHT SUSAN CARO L WULFF DOUGLAS R. YOUNG JOHN P. YOUNG HEIDI GAYE ZULLIG PERRY JANUS Not Pictured FRANK BERNICH GRETCHEN BLUME JON BODNAR MIKE BOYD WALTER BRAXTON KENNETH BROWN MIKE BRUMMET ED CAMACHO STEVE COPENHAVER MARGARET COWART JAMES HAMMONDS JUDY HENDERSON JAMES JACK GREG JOHNSON DONALD JONES CHRISTIAN JULLIE DAVID KADING MICHAEL LECHMAN JAMES LEPPER RICHARD LOGAN BETTY MADRID HOWARD MELBYE DAVE MILLER PAM PALMER BRUCE PATTON CAROL PRANGE JOHNNY RAMIREZ TINA RANDALL DAVID RICK BILL RUSSELL STEVE SAMSON PETER SELLERS DAVID SEVERSON SHANNON STOCKTON WILLIAM VALENZUELA BRIAN VILLANUEVA WAYNE WAGNER JOE WALL SANDRA WALLACE TOMMY WEBER GAYLE WEINER 258 As seniors we strove to gain one last bit of knowledge before leaving our bright spot- light at F.U.H.S. and entering the shadows of the universe. - ' c o r . .- " .. y c ' ' .A H ,-p r cP - r ,- - ' - to " .„ - ,. - .,o- , ., 259 Eric Taylor Senior Service Award Judy Ford Senior Sen ice Award Jim Kay Senior Service Award Chris Anderson Senior Sen ice Award Exchange Club Outstanding Student Award Janice Brown Senior Service Award D.A.R. Good Citizenship Jim Moar Senior Service Award Bank of America Award Science and Mathematics Linda Capo Senior Service Award Connie Tubbs Senior Service Award Richard Stack Senior Service Award 260 Pam Hamersky Senior Service Award 1966 Senior Awards (Continued in the Summer Supplement Pages 8, 14, 15) BANK OF AMERICA CERTIFICATE AWARDS IN SPECIFIC FIELDS Chris Anderson Social Science Bonnie Barbour Art Janice Brown English Mike Hintz Agriculture Rudy Fomero Trades Industrial Arts Pat Johnson Business Molly Lemmon Home Economics Larry Mason Mathematics Julia McLean Music Doug Nelson Laboratory Science Bob Stiles Foreign Language Doug Young Senior Service Award Bank of America Award Liberal Arts Exchange Club Outstanding Student Award— State Finalist Anne Lillywhite Bank of America Award Fine Arts Janet Gray Bank of America Award Vocational Arts Carol Duncan Senior Service Award Jim Gottfried Senior Service Award Robbie Cromwell Senior Service Award 261 SENIOR ACTIVITIES ADAMS, JANIC E Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; VP 4; AFS 1, 4;For- ensics 1, Treas. 4; Productions Committee 4. ADDINGTON, RAYMOND Student Congress 2; Football 2, 3. ADRAGNA, JOE Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Varsity Clul 3, 4. AGUIAR, SALVADOR Electronics Club VP 4. AGUILAR, MARTIN Baseball 3. ALDRED, STEVE Water Polo 2; German Club 3. ALLEN, TERRILL Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. ALLISON, JAYNNEE Idakas 3, VP 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, VP 3; Rally Committee 4; AWS Cabinet 2. 3, 4. ALTENBURGER, DONALD Football 3. AMOTT, SUSAN Idakas Treas. 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1; Pleiads 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; AWS VP 4. ANDERSON, ALAN Basketball 3, 4. ANDERSON, CHRISTINE Y-Teens 2, Pres. 3, 4; Soph. Class VP; Idakas 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Medical Society 4, Sec. 3- ICC 3, Sec. 4. ANDERSON, SHERYL French Club 3; Y-Teens 4; Music Club 4. ANDERSON, TOM Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2. ANDRADE, BOBBY Football 1; Track 1. ANGELL, BONITA Dance Concert 4. ARNETT, DENNIS Football 2. ATKINS, CONNIE Student Congress 2; Biology Club 2; Annual Pleiades Staff 3; Editor 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; AFS 4; German Club 4. ATTERHOLT, WALTER Electronics Club 4. BAAR, DOUGLAS Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Baseball 3; Student Con- gress 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. BAILY, PAUL Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3. BALES, WILLIAM Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3. BALTZER, GEORGE Water Polo 2, 3; Swimming 2, 3. BARBER, ROZALIE FHA3. BARBOUR, BONNIE Art Club 2, 4, Pres. 3; Annual Pleiades Staff Artist 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Dance Productions 4; FTA 2, 3; President 4; GAA 4. BARLOW, DANA French Club 2; Featherettes 3, 4; Student Congress 2, 3; Dance Decoration Committee 4. BARNET, MARK FFA 1, 2; Cross Country 2; Art Club 4; Tennis 2. BARNETT, JOYCE Drama Club 4; AFS 4; Dance Con- cert 4; Transfer Stuaent, Garden Grove High School. BARNHART, SANDY Y-Teens 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; FTA 3, 4. BARRETT, JIM Tennis 3, 4; Biology Club 4. BARRETT, KAREN Pleiads 3; Girls ' Glee 3; Concen Choir 4; AFS 4; Music Club 4. BARRETT, PENELOPE FHA 2; Treas. 3, 4. BARTER, NADINE Drama Club 1; Spring Play 1; Lat- in Club 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Stu- dent Congress 2, 4; FTA 4; Dance Concert 3, 4. BARTLE, KATHERINE Drama Club 4; Music Club 4; Transfer Student, Coronado High School; Speech Club 2; GAA 1. BARTLETT, STEPHEN Spanish Club 4. BARTON, LINDA Y-Teens 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 4; VP 3; Featherettes 4. BAUMAN, SALLY Annual Pleiades Staff 3; Photo Editor 4; Rally Committee 3; Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4. BEAL, CONNIE Drama Club 1, 3; Spanish Club 4. BEDALE, DONNA Featherettes 4; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; Student Congress 1, 4; Drama Club 1, 2. BEENER, CATHY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. BELL, ANITA Y-Teens 3, 4; AWS Art Chairman 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4; AFS 4; French Club 2. BELTRAN, CHERYL GAA 4. BENEDICT, DIANA Featherettes 4; FHA 2, 3, 4. BENSON, GINGER Y-Teens 1; FTA 2; Latin Club 2. BERGAN, VINCENT Weekly Pleiades Staff 4; Transfer Student, Sammamish High School. BERNAL, YOLANDA GAA 1, 2; FHA 4. BESLER, MAX Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BEZEG, EDDIE German Club 2. BISHOP, PATRICIA Latin Club 1. BLACK, BERT Cross Country 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2; Student Congress 1, 2; French Club 1. BOEHM, DARYL Football 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3. BOMGAARS, GERRIT Drama 3, 4; Water Polo 1; Band 1. BORCHERT, MARGENE Music Club 3; GAA 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BOREN LARAINE Student Congress 1; French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, Sec. 2; Publicity 3, 4; Art Club 4; Annual Pleiades Staff Artist 4 BORN, KIT Student Congress 1; Y-Teens 4; Biology Club 4. BOUCHEY, SUSAN Student Congress 1; Spanish Club 4; Featherettes 4. BOWEN, CHRISTOPHER Pleiads 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Key Club Sec. 4; AFS 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. BOWES, CHRISTOPHER Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 2 3; French Club 3, 4; Music Club 2, VP 3. BOYD, JACQUELINE FHA 3. BOYLES, ROSEMARY FHA 2, Treas. 3. BOYST, SHARON Biology Club 3, 4; Student Medical Society 4. BRAXTON, BRUCE Transfer Student, Morse High School, San DiegO; Baseball 3; Class Representative 1, 2. BRINEY, VICKIE Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2. BROWN, CHERYL Featherettes 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS Cabinet 2, 3, Treas. 4; Span- ish Club 3, Treas. 4; Russian Club 3, Sec. 4. BROWN, JANICE Weekly Pleiades Staff 2, Editor 3, 4; Y-Teens 3; Treas. 1; Ways and Means 2, Over-all Treas. 4; AFS 3, 4; GAA 1, 2. BROWN, KAREN Y-Teens 2, 3. 4 GAA 1. 2; Band 3, 4; Concert Choir 2. BROWNING, DIANA Weekly Pleiades Staff 4; Pep Club 4; French Club 2. BUCKMANN, PAULETTE French Club 2, 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. BUDKE, BRAD Basketball 1. 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Latin Club 2, 3. BUEHLER, KAREN Transfer Student, Palm Springs High School; ASB Treas. 1; Thes- pian Club 1, 2, 4; Spring Play 1, 2; Fall Play 1, 2. BUEHNER, JANA Latin Club 1, 2; GAA 4; Dance Concert 4. BUHRE, RICHARD Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3. BUNNELL, PAM French Club 1, 2; Student Con- gress 2; Girls ' Choir, Pres. 4; Mu- sic Club, Treas. 4; Y-Teens 4; Featherettes 3, 4. BURNETT, SPIKE Water Polo 2, 3, 4 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, VP 4; Student Congress 3, 4; Yell Leader 4; Biology Club 4. BURT, GEORGENE Annual Pleiades Staff 4; Pub. Com- mittee 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Dance Productions 4; Featherettes 4. BUSHNELL, WILLET Transfer Student, La Crosse Cen- tral High School. BUSA, BARBARA French Club 2, 3; Biology 3, 4. BUTLER, CHRISTOPHER Art Club, VP 3, Pres. 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Weekly Pleiades Staff 3. CAIRNS, JOHN Biology Club 1, 2, 3; AFS 1, 2; Electronics Club 4. CANTY, PAMELA Y-Teens 1, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; GAA 1, 3. CAPO, LINDA Featherettes 4-Y Teens 1, 2, 3; So- cial Chairman 4; ASB Sec. 2; Stu- dent Court Clerk 3; Forensic Club 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4. CARLSON, GARY Pep Band 1. 2, 3. CARMELO, ALBERT Student Congress 3. CARMODY, KATHI Featherettes 4; Dance Concert 3. CARRI, GLORIA GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. CAUGHELL, DONNA Latin Club 1; GAA 1 ,2, 3. CECIL, TOM French Club 1, 2, 4; Russian Club 3, 4. CERDA, EFREN Cross Country 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. CHAMBERS, GREG FFA 1, 2, 3; Student Congress 1. CHAMBERS, JOHN Biology Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Tennis 4. CHAPMAN, GREG Pep Band 2, 3; Baseball 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 3. CHRISTENSEN, CARLA Featherettes 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Concert Choir 4; Dance Concert 4; GAA 4. CHRISTIAN, JOHN Swimming 2; Water Polo 3; Bas- ketball 3, 4. CLARKE, GAIL French Club 3; Pep Club 4; Stu- dent Council 4; Y-Teens 4. CLEVELAND, KEN Football 1; Basketball 4; Baseball 1. CLEVELAND, SUSAN Homecoming Queen 4; Songlead- er 4; French Club 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3; Dance Concert 3, 4. CLEVELAND, TERRY GAA 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 4; Student Congress 3. COATS, LYDIA Drama Club 2; Student Congress 3; Spanish Club 4; Concert Choir 4; Pep Club 4. COFFER, PAT Y-Teens 3. COLE, RICHARD Track 1. COLE, SUSAN Y-Teens 2, 3; AFS 2; FTA 2. COLEMAN, YVONNE Student Court 4; ICC 3; French Club 2, 3, Sec. 4; AFS 4. Annual Pleiades Staff 4; FTA 2, 4, Pres. 3; Y-Teens 4. COLLAR, JUDITH French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, VP 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Rally Committee 2; Idakas 4; Stu- dent Court Clerk 4; AFS 4. COLLMAN, LINDA Annual Pleiades Staff 4; AFS 4; French Club 1, 2, 3. COOK, MARY Transfer Student, La Habra High School. COOK, NANCY Featherettes 1, 2; Flagtwirler 3; Song Leader 4; Dance Concert 3, 4; Rally Committee 3; French Club 1, 2. COSBY, KAREN Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; Y-Teens 2. COURTER, MARC FHA 3. COVEY, ELLEN Pleiads 3; Y-Teens 3, 4; Weekly Pleiades Staff 3, 4; French Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; AFS 4. COVONE, WILLIAM Track 4; Transfer Student, Wilk- insburg High School, Pennsylvan- ia; Track 2; Anaheim High School; Cross Country 3. COX, JERRY Basketball 2, 3, 4. COX, JEANETTE Y-Teens 2. CRAWFORD, BILL Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3. CRAWFORD, PAT Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3. CRINER, RICK Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. CROMWELL, ROBERT Productions Chairman 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 4, Treas. 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Forensic Club 3, 4; AFS 4; Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4. CROW, GARY Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 3. CRUZ, MARGARITA Y-Teens 1; GAA 1, 2; Pow Wow Att, 2; AWS VP 3; Featherettes 4. CUNNINGHAM, PAUL Radio Club 1, 2. DAILEY, SUSAN Transfer Student, Lowell High School. DALTON, GAIL AWS Representative 4; Idakas 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Teentoppers 1, 3, 4. DARR, GARY Football 1, 3; Basketball 1, 3. DAVIS, DONNA Majorette 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3. DAVIS, DOUGLAS Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. DAVIS, GREG Track 1. DAZA, MARSHALL Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2. DIAZ, PRISCILLA Pep Club 1, 2; Student Congress. DIAZ, ROGELIO Student Congress 4. DOLLARHIDE, THOMAS Radio Club 3, 4. DOMINGUEZ, RICHARD Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2. DOMINGUEZ, TOMMY Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2; FFA 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3. DORNAN, DAVE Football 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3. DRAKE, TERI FHA 2, 3, 4; Music Club 4. DUNCAN, CAROL Student Court 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, Over-All VP 4; Ticket Committee A: Pleiads 1, 2, 3; VP 4; AFS 2, 4. DUNCAN, GLENN Transfer Student, Escambia High School, Florida; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3. DUNHAM, CAROL Y-Teens 1, 4; Drama Club 1. 3, Sec. 4: FTA 4. EASTMAN, JOYCE Transfer Student, Marywood High School; GAA 1, 2. EDWARDH, PAUL Transfer Student, Carlsbad, Calif.; Football 2; Baseball 2. EISELE, MARGO FHA 1, 2, 4, Pres. 3: Music Club 1; French Club 2. EISENHART, WAYNE German Club 1, 2, 4; AFS 4. ELLIOTT, DIANA Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Pres. 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 2. ELLIS, JIM Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Music Club 4. EVLETH, KAYE Student Congress 4; Featherettes 4; German Club 2, Treas. 3, VP 4; AWS Cabinet Pub. Chairman 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pub. Com- mittee 4; GAA 1. FANKHOUSER, CANDY Transfer Student. Sunny Hills; Pep Club 4; FTA 4; Biology Club 4; AFS Social Chairman 4; Y-Teens FARNER, PAUL Football 2; Track 2. FARNSWORTH, BARBARA Y-Teens 3; Teentoppers 4. FARQUHAR, JANINE GAA 1, 2, 3, VP 4; Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Big F 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. FAVINGER, SUE Dance Concert 4; French Club 1; German Club 2; GAA 1, 4; Feath- erettes 1. FERGUSON, DAWNA Transfer Student, Brea-Olinda. FERNANDEZ, LYDIA FHA 4. FIGUEROA, SANDY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Featherettes 4; Student Medical Society 3, VP 4; Biology Club 3; Dance Concert 4. FISLER, MARY GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. FITZGERALD, GEORGE FTA 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Track 3, 4. FLORES, TONY Band 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2: Wrestling 2, 3. FORBES, SHARRON Y-Teens 4. FORD, JUDY Social Chairman 4; Social Com- mittee 3; Idakas 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Dance Productions 4; Y-Teens 1, 2. FORNERO, RUDY Football 1, 2, 3. FORSYTH, WADE Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 3. FOWLER, GARY Student Congress 1; Varsity Club 3, Sec. 4; Key Club 4; Pleiads 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Cap. 4; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. FOX, LINDA Transfer Student, Anaheim. FRASER, MARSHA Election Board 4; Pleiads 1, 2; French Club 1, 2. FRATES, CATHERINE Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Sec. 3; Idakas 4; Pleiads 2, 4; Student Congress 4; French Club 4; Spanish Club 4. FREEMAN, LINDA GAA 1; Dance Productions 4; Dance Concert 4; Featherettes 4. FREILING, RAYNETTE Spanish Club 3; Y-Teens 4; Teen Toppers 4. FULLER, CAROL Biology Club 4; Transfer Student, Tamalpais High School. FURLONG, BARRY Cross Country 1; Gymnastics 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. GABBART, CYNTHIA Biology Club 4. GAINES, MICHAEL Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Wrestling 1. GARCIA, PATRICIA Biology Club 4; Y-Teens 4; Trans- fer Student, Maryland; Drama Club 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3. GARCIA, ROBERT Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Music Club 4; Madrigals 2. GARDNER, BARBARA Y-Teens 4; Biology Club 4. GEHRKE, BRUCE Student Court Justice 4; German Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Ticket Commit- tee 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Wrestling 1, 2. GENOW, JAY Cross Country 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; German Club 2; Rus- sian Club 3. GETTMAN, VIOLET Y-Teens 3, 4; Pow Wow Attendant 3. GIANETTI, DORENE Featherettes 2, 3; Songleader 4; Dance Concert 3. GIEMONT, GAYLYN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pub. Chairman 2; Social Chairman 3, Treas. 4; AFS 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, VP 4; Publicity Committee 4. GILLESPIE, THOMAS German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, Treas. 4; Ra- dio Club 2, 3; Biology Club 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4. GILPIN, PATTY GAA 3, 4; Pub. Chairman 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Biology Club 3, 4. GIPSON, JACK AFS Americans Abroad Student Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. GOMEZ, MARTIN Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. GONZALES, JESSE Track 1, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3. GOODWIN, JOHN Water Polo 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Art Club 4. GOSS, DEE Basketball 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4. GOTTFRIED, JAMES Soph. Class Pres.; Student Court Chief Justice 4; Student Congress 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4. GOWEN, TOM AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Student Con- gress 3, 4. GRAGO, SCOTT Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. GRAVES, MARY Dance Productions 4; Y-Teens 1, 2; Featherettes 4. GRAY, JANET AWS Cabinet ;, 3, Sec. 4; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. GRAY, PATRICK Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. GREEN, JAMES Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. GREEN, KATHLEEN Featherettes 4; Vocal Ensemble 4. GRIFFEN, JAMES Football 2; Track 2; Art Club 3, VP 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Forensic Club 3, 4. GRIMM, JAN Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4. GRIZZLE, JOY Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club 2, 3; VP 4; GAA 2, 3. GUINDERA, ROBERTA Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4. GUNTHER, SHARON Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; YFC 2, 3; Biology Club 4; German Club 2. GUSTAFSON, DOUGLAS Basketball 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1. HABER, CATHY GAA 1; Pub Committee 3; Produc- tions Committee 4; Featherettes 4; Biology 4. HAINES, KATHLEEN Transfer Student, Strafford High School, Missouri; Mixed Chorus 2. HAMERSKY, PAMELA Homecoming Attendant 1; Song- leader 4; Featherettes 3; Dance Concert 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; Rally Committee 4; Y-Teens 1, 2. HANSEN, SUSAN Rally Committee 4; AWS Sec. 3; Social Committee 3; Student Con- gress 2; Y-Teens 2, 3. HANSON, JUDITH Drama Club 4; Transfer Student, Marywood High School; Annual Vista Staff 3; Drama Club 1. HARD, JOSINE Music Club 1, 2, 4, VP 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Pleiads 4; Latin Club 2. HARDY, LYN Election Board 4; Spanish Club Pres. 4; Spring Play 2; Concert Choir 2, 3; Vocal Ensemble 2, 3. HARDY, MIKE Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Music Club 2, 4. HARRIS, PEGGY French Club 1; Y-Teens 3; GAA 3, 4. HARRIS, STEVEN Football 1, 2. HAWKINSON, TERRANCE Industrial Arts Club 2; AFS 2; Electronics Club, Sec. 4. HEDGE, MARY Transfer Student, Anaconda Cen- tral High School, Montana. HEDGE, THOMAS Transfer Student, Anaconda Cen- tral High School, Montana. HEIDEMAN, MARIE Biology Club 3; Publicity Commit- tee 3; Pep Club 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 4. HEITZMAN, BILL Transfer Student, James Monroe High School, Sepulveda. HENDERSON, BILL Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 4; Music Club 4. HENRICKSEN, LARRY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; AMS Sec- Treas. 4. HERNANDEZ, DAVID Football 1, 2; Wrestling 2, 4; Cross Country 3; FFA 2; Track 2. HERRERRA, CHARLES Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. HIGHFILL, MARY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; French Club 2; Russian Club 3; Biology Club 4. HILBERT, LYNDA Featherettes 3, 4; Idakas 4; GAA 1, 2; Pub. Committee 4; Social Committee 2. HINTZ, MICHAEL Future Farmers of America 1, 2; Pres. 3, VP 4; ICC 3. HOAK, ALISON Head Yell Leader 4; Idakas 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; GAA 1, 2; French Club 1, 2. HOBSON, MICHAEL Transfer Student, Sunny Hills; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis 4. HOENER, LORI Y-Teens 3, 4; Teentoppers 4. HOFFMAN, SANDRA Yell Leader 4; Junior Class Treas. Y-Teens, Pres. 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4; Stu- dent Congress 1, 2, 3. HOGAN, KATHLEEN Drama Club 1; Pep Club 1, 4; FTA 3; GAA 3. HOGAN, MARTHA Weekly Pleiades Staff 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Music Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. HOGAN, PATRICIA Annual Pleiades Staff 3, Ads Man- ager 4; Drama Club 1; Pep Club 1, 4. HOLKESVICK, VIVIAN French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 2; AFS 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 3 HOLM, JUDY Y-Teens 1, 2. HOLMER, CYNTHIA Concert Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Mu- sic Club 4. HOLMES, THOR Transfer Student, San Fernando High School. HOLSTON, SU Concert Choir 4; Music Council 4. HOPPER, TERESA French Club 1. HOUGH, DAVE Biology Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4. HOWARD, LARRY Biology Club 4. HOWITT, PHILIP French Club 1; Forensic 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Math Team 4. HUDSPETH, CHERYL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; ICC 4; Biology Club 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 4. HUFF, DAVID • orensic Club 4; Electronics Club 4. HULBERT, CONNIE FTA 2, 3, Pres. 4; AFS 4; Teen- toppers; AWS Representative 4; Y-Teens 3, 4. INGRAM, DAVID Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; CASC School Rep. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, Pres. 3; Key Club 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2. JACOBS, LINDA Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 4; Biology Club 4. JEWELL, SHARON Transfer Student, Loara High School; Drama 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3. JIMENEZ, ROSS Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. ■ ' JOHNSON, BRUCE Radio Club 3, Pres. 2, 4; AFS 4; German Club 1, 2, 3; Student Con- gress 2, 3; Pleiads 2, 4; ICC 2, 4; Russian Club 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, GARY Transfer Student, Fargo Central High School, North Dakota. JOHNSON, JEFF Football 1, 2; Wrestling 1; rii-Y 4; Track 1. JOHNSON, LINDA Student Congress 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2; Art Club 4; Social Committee 3; Dress Board 3. JOHNSON, PATRICIA French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 4; Biology Club 4. JONES, DUANE Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Key Club 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Election Board 3, 4. JONES, JUDITH Biology 4. JONES, PHIL Transfer Student, Kennedy High School, Buena Park; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3. KAUPPI, PATRICIA Y-Teens 1, 3; Featherettes 3, 4; Student Congress 1. KAY, JAMES ASB VP 4; Forensic Club 1, 2, 4, Pres. 3; Student Court Justice 3. KECK, SARA Transfer Student, Sunny Hills; FHA 3. KENNAN, SUE FHA 4; Biology Club 4; Y-Teens 4. KENNY, MARK Track 1, 2. KERSTEN, LYNN Student Congress 2; Biology i-iub 4. KESTER, JOHN Transfer Student, Valencia High School; Football 3. KING, AMBRA Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, Treas. 4; Weekly Pleiades Staff 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 3, 4; Dance Concert 3, 4; GAA 4. KING, SHERI Student Congress 2; Dance Con- cert 1; Drama Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. KINSEY, PAMELA Drama Club 4; Chess Club 4. KLAUSTERMEYER, JANIE Idakas 4; French Club 1, 2, 4; GAA 1, 2; Biology Club 4. KLEINHEKSEL, MARY GAA 1. KNAPP, CHERYL GAA 1, 2. KNORR, DONNIE Pep Club 4; Spanish Club 4; GAA 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 4; Girls ' Chorus 1. KREIMEIR, MARY Featherettes 1, 2, Leader 3, 4; ICC 3, 4; Student Congress 4. KRETZSCHMAR, MARC Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, Pres. 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Student Con- gress 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 4; Football 1, 2, 4. KRYDER, RICHARD Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1; FFA 3, 4. LANE, DONNA AFS 4; Y-Teens 4; Music Club 4. LANEVILLE, BARBARA French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2; Featherettes 2, 3, 4; Dance Con- cert 4. LARGE, JOHN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. LAURITSEN, THOMAS Hi-Y VP 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Athletic Mgr. 4; Track 3, 4; Key Club 4; Trans- fer, Sunny Hills High. LEGEL, MARJIE Biology Club 4; FHA 4. LEMMON, MOLLY Student Congress 2, 4; German Club 4; FTA 1; GAA 1; Rally Com- mittee 4; Y-Teens 4; FHA 4. LENNEN, TIMOTHY Band 1, 2, 3; German Club 1. LEVOIT, VICTOR Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Track 2; Foot- ball 4. LEWIS, KATHI Art Club 1; Teen Toppers 4. LILLYWHITE, ANNE Student Court 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, Treas. 3, Overall Treas. 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, Sec. 4. LIMON, PAUL Baseball 2, 3. LINGENFELDER, CAROL Majorette 1, 2, Leader 3, 4; GAA 2. LJUNGBERG, BO American Field Service, Foreign Student, Sweden; Key Club 4; AFS 4; Pleiads 4. LOHOFF, EVELYN Featherettes 4. LORTON, BRAD Football 3; Key Club 3; Hi-Y 3; Student Congress 1, 3; Debate 4. LOUSTALOT, CHARLOTTE French Club 1, 2. LOWRY, DAVID German Club 1, 3; Electronics Club 4. LUNA, LYDIA Transfer Student, St. Paul ' s High School. LISKAY, ROBERT German Club 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Football 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Team 3. LUNDBERG, CHERYL GAA 1; Teen Toppers 1, 2, VP 4; Y-Teens 1, 2. LUNNON, NANCY German Club 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 4. LUTHER, MELISSA French Club 3, 4; Dress Board 3. LYONS, MAUREEN GAA 1. MACAU LAY, KAREN Featherettes 2, 3. MACCUTCHEON, CHRYSSA Featherettes 4; Idakas Historian 4; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Pow Wow Queen 4. MADDOX, DANNY Track 4; Cross Country 4; Transfer Student; Pioneer High School; Football 2, 3: Letterman ' s Club 2, 3. MALLORY, MARILYN Forensics 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2, Sec. 3, 4; FTA 4; Music Club Coun- cil 4; Y-Teens 2, 4. MANN, CYNTHIA Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 4. MARAVEL, MARCARIO Track 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. MARKS, DOUGLAS Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Football 2. MARPLE, MADELON Featherettes 1, 2, 3; Idakas 4; Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2. MARSHALL, JOHN Baseball 3. MARTEN, CARLENE Spring Play 3; Drama Club 3, His- torian 4. MARTINDALE, JESSIE FHA 4; Y-Teens 4. MARTINIZ, MARYLOU FHA 4. MASON, LARRY Biology Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Student Medical Society 3. MASON, PAUL Latin Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Congress 3. MASSIMINO, FERNANDO Pleiads 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Stu- dent Congress 2, 3; Student Medi- cal Society 4, Pres 3; ICC 3; Key Club 4; Swimming 2. MATSUYAMA, ROBERT Student Congress 4; Biology Club 4. MATTKE, MARK Biology Club 4. MATZEK, ELAINE Annual Pleiades Staff 3, 4; Biol- ogy Club 3; Spanish Club 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2. MAURER, LARRY Football 2; Baseball 2; Student Congress 4; Band 1, 2; Biology Club 4; Pep Band 2, 3. MAURIN, DALTON Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Willie Ugh 4. MAXEY, DENNIS Pleiads 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Student Congress 3, 4; Hi-Y Sec. 4; German Club 3. MAXEY, JAMES Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4. MAYFIELD, JAMES Baseball 1; Track 1; Student Con- gress 1; Student Medical Society 3, Pres. 4. MEADOR, GIL Forensic Club 3, 4. MERRILL, CHRISTINE Featherettes 3, Leader 4; Russian Club 2, 3; Social Committee 4; GAA 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4. MERRITT, PAM Dress Board 1; Spanish Club 4. MERSHELL, JEANNE Featherettes 2, 3, Leader 4; Dancr Concert 3. METIN, LOKMAN Foreign Exchange Student; Tur- key; Key Club 4; Russian Club 4; AFS 4; Forensics Ipaoue 4. MILBY, JANET Dance Concert 4; ASB Pep Chair- man 4; Rally Committee 3. 4; Flag- twirler 3. MILLER, KRISTINE Y-Teens 2; AFS 2; Pep Committee 4; Spanish Club 4. MILLER, JUD Y-Teens 1, 4; Pep Club 4; Music Club 4; FHA 4; Dance Concert 4; Drama Club 4; FBL 4. MILLER, JIM Pleiads 4; French Club 4; Chess Club 4; Forensics Club VP 4. MILLER, CHRISTINE AWS Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Rally Com- mittee 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAUD, MICHAEL Transfer Student, La Serna High School; French Club Sec. 2; Fish and Game Club 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL, GLEN FFA 2, 3. MOAR, JIM ASB Pres. 4; Jr. Class Pres.; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Student Congress 3, 4; Boys ' State; AFS 2, 3, 4; Math Team 3, 4. MOCK, TOM Transfer, Mayfair High School; Band and Orchestra 1. MOORE, ANNETTE Transfer, Warren High School. MOORE, KATHY Homecoming Att. 4; AFS 2, 4; Pep Club 4; FHA 1, 2; Social Commit- tee 4; GAA 1, 3; Spanish Club 4. MORALES, VIVIAN GAA 1, 2; Girls ' Chorus 4; FTA 4. MORAN, NANCY Art Club 3, 4. MORELLO, ROCKY Football 4; Student Congress 4; Baseball 4. MORENO, MIKE Cross Country 1. MORENO, THOMAS Football 1; Track 1. MORRIS, POWELL Football 2, 3; Basketball 3. MORRIS, RICKI Ticket Committee 2- Y-Teens 4. MOSEY, REBECCA Dance Productions 4. MUHLIG, WILLIAM Water Polo 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Rally Com- mittee 4; Social Committee 4. MURPHY, JAN Featherettes 1, 3; Leader 4; 6A » 1, 2; ICC 4; Gymnasium Club 2. MURPHY, MICHAEL Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 2 MURPHY, ROBERT Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Cross Country 3. MURRAY, MICHAEL Yell Leader 4; Key Club 3, 4; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 1, 2. 4. MURTON, KATHI Featherettes 3, 4; G A 3. MYERS, DOUGLAS German Club 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4. MCCARTHY, VALERIE Teen Toppers 3, Pres. 4; AFS 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 4; FTA 4- Y-Teens 3, 4; ICC 4. McCASKILL, GARY Track 2; Tennis 3, 4. McCLOUD, LARRY Student Congress 1; AFS 1, 2, 4; French Club 2, 3; Ticket Commit- tee 4; Radio Club 1, 2. McCONNELL, JUDITH Pleiads 4; Weekly Pleiades Stofi 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; AFS 4; Biology Club 2. McCORRY, BARBRA French Club 1; Biology Club 4. Mckenzie, david Basketball 3; Election Board 4. McCLEAN, JULIA Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Medical Society 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. NASH, OELOIS GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Choir 1; FHA 4. NEAL, JIM Mixed Chorus 3; Drama Club 4; Student Congress 3. NEAL, RAYMON Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2. NEISESS, ROBIN Biology Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Y-Teens 3, 4; GAA 3, 4. NELSON, DOUGLAS ASB Treas. 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Ten- nis 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Ger- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4. NELSON, KATHLEEN Y-Teens 3. NELSON, SAUNORA Music Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4. NEWKIRK, MICHAEL FFA 1, Sec. 2, 4, VP 3. NICHOLSON, KAREN GAA 1, 2, 3; Music Club 2. NICHOLSON, LINDA Y-Teens 1; Latin Club 1, 2; FTA Treas. 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4. NOLAN, SHAWN Concert Choir 2, 3, 4- Ensemble 2, 3; Basketball 1; Music Club 4. NORD, KATHIE AFS 2, 3, Pres. 4; Weekly Pleiades Staff 3; Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4; Span- ish Club 3, 4. NYGREN, JEFFERY Varsity Club Pres. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Pow Wow King 4. O ' CONNER, BOB Track 1; Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2. OLDHAM, ANITA AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4. OLIVARES, ROBERT Football 1, 4. OLSEN, JEFFERY Water Polo 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 3. OLSON, DAVID Band 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2; German Club 3; Student Medical Society 4. OLSON, JUDY Teen Toppers 1, 2, Sec. 4; GAA 1, 4; French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 4; Art Club 4. OLTMAN, MICHAEL Band 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Aircraft Club 1. OMALEV, STEPHEN Drama Club 1; Basketball 3; Stu- dent Congress 4. ORLANES, MARIQUITA Transfer Student, Canoga Park High School; Music Club 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 1, 2. ORTEGA, DOROTHY Football 1, 3. OWENS, DOROTHY Student Congress 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2; FHA Pres. 4; ICC 4; Teen Toppers 4. PADILLA, DARLENE Spanish Club 3, 4; GAA 3, 4; AFS 4: Y-Teens 1. PARKER, ROBERT Cross Country 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Student Congress 2, 3; Pleiads 1, 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. PARKS, DENNIS Y-Teens 1, 2, 4. PARRA, JACKIE Latin Club Treas. 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Concert Choir 2; Student Con- gress 2. PASTOR, PAMELA French Club 1, 2; YFC 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2. PATCH, WILLIAM Tennis 2. PATTERSON, PATRICIA GAA 1, 3, 4; Dance Productions 4; FHA 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Pre-Game Dancer 4. PAVLOFF, CAROLE Y-Teens 1, 2. PAYAN, ELLEN Annual Pleiades Staff 3; Bus. Mgr. 4; Featherettes 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; Dance Concert 3, 4. PEARCE, WENDY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; YFA 3; GAA 4. PECK, RANDELL Football 1; Cross Country 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4. PETERSON, MARY Student Congress 1; Drama Club 1; GAA 1; French Club 1, 2; An- nual Pleiades Staff 2; Y-Teens 4; FTA 4. PIETSCH, BOBBIE Student Congress 2. POMEROY, NORMA GAA 1. POMPEI, WARREN Transfer Student, Martin Van Bur- en High School. POTTS, KEN Track 2. POUNDS, DENNIS Basketball 4; Football 4. PRAY, JACK Football 3. PRESTBY, DANIEL Transfer Student, Sierra High School; Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Photo Club 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3. PRYOR, JILL Featherettes 3, 4; Y-Teens 2. PYEATTE, CRISTIN Featherettes 3, 4; Dance Concert 3, 4; Student Medical Society 3, 4; GAA Dance Manager 4; Spanish Club 3. RAGLAND, KAREN Dance Concert 3. RAKE, WILLIAM Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 3, 4; Annual Pleiades 4. RAUB, GARY Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 3; Track 3; Spanish Club 3; Student Congress 3. RAY, MONICA Dance Productions 3; French Club 2; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; FHA 4; Drama Club 4; Music Club 4; Ensemble 4. RECLA, JACK Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. REEVES, BARBARA GAA 1, 2, 3; Dress Board 2. REIDER, WAYNE German Club 3, 4. REYNOLDS, DOUG Football 2, 3; Cross Country 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. RHOADS, DON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3; VP 4; German Club 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3; AMS Rep. 3; Stu- dent Congress 4. RICH, LAURA AWS Pres. 4; Featherettes 3, 4 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4 AFS 4. RICHARDSON, GINGER Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Pipe Organ 2, 3, 4; Organist 4; Music Club 1, 2, 4, Sec. 3. RIGDON, ARLENE GAA 1. RITCHIE, RON Football 1, 2, 3; German Club 2; Baseball 1, 2, Mgr. 3; Student Con- gress 1. RITTER, JEFFERY German Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Music Club 2. ROBERTS, DAN Debate 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTS, DARYL Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 2; Base- ball 1. ROBERTS, HELEN GAA 1; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Teen Toppers 4. ROGERS, SUSAN French Club 1, 2. RONQUILLO, AMADO Track 1, 3; Cross Country 3; Span- ish Club VP 4; FTA 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Student Medical Society 4. ROSEN, JAMES Basketball 3, 4; Football 3; YFC 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Weekly Plei- ades Staff 4. ROWAN, SUSAN Latin Club 1, 2; Russian Club 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC Chairman 4. RUGG, ROBERT Football 1; Cross Country 2; Week- ly Pleiades Staff 3; Track 2. SAND, CLARK Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Fr. Class Pres.; Student Congress 4. SANDY, MARK Football 2, 3. SAYRE, MARY Y-Teens 4; French Club 4. SCHAEFFER, JIM Band 1, 2; Water Polo 2. SCHAFER, STEPHANIE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 4. SCHATZMAN, WILLIAM German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Russian Club 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Matl. Team 4. SCHENK, CHARLENE Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 4; YFC 3. SCHMIDTKE, CAROLYN Spanish Club 3; Y-Teens 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 3. SCHNEIDER, DONALD Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Art Club Treas. 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3. SCHONER, DIANE Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Thespian Club 3, 4; Dance Productions 3, 4; Ger- man Club 4; Spring Play 1, 2. SCHONER, LINDA Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Thespian Club 3; Historian 4; Dance Productions 3, 4; German Club 4; Spring Play 1, 2. SCHROETER, DEAN Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4. SCHUMACHER, PATRICIA Y-Teens 1. SCHWARTZ, PATRICIA Idakas 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Pleiads 2. 3; Student Medical Society 4; AFS 2. SCHWENKER, LINDA FHA 2. SEALS, KAREN GAA 1; Student Congress 3; Y- Teens 4. SELIGMAN, HYATT Latin Club 1, 2; Russian Club 2, 3, 4. SENGSTOCK, CRAIG Pep Band 2, 3, 4; YFC 1, 2, 3. SETTLES, PAULA French Club 1, 2; GAA 1, 4; Feath- erettes 1; Dance Productions 4. SHAW, SHERYL Featherettes 4; FTA 3, 4; French Club 2, 3. SHEPHARD, EDNA Drama Club 4; Music Club 4; FTA 4. SHIELDS, CHERI Featherettes 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Biol- ogy Club 4. SHIRLEY, JULIE Featherettes 4; Y-Teens 4; GAA 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. SHORT, ROBERT Annual Pleiades Staff 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2. SIEKIERSKI, TERI GAA 3. SINGER, LINDA Student Congress 2; Spring Play 2; AFS 2; FTA Sec. 4; Girls ' Chorus 4. SLACH, SHERYLE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Sec 4; GAA 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 4; FTA 4. SLATER, SUSAN Girls ' Chorus 1; Featherettes 4. SLAVENS, VICKI Transfer Student, Valencia High School; Drama Club 4. SMITH, ANDREA Idakas 4; Social Committee 4; Ral- ly Committee 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; AFS 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. SMITH, DENNIS Transfer Student, Taft High School; Track 1; Boys ' Federation 1, 2, 3. SMITH, ROBERT Baseball 2; Key Club 4; Wrestling 1. SMITH, SCOTT Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; Fr. VP; Cross Country 1, 2; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 3; ICC 1. SORRELL, SONIA Ticket Committee 4; Transfer Stu- dent, Rocky River High School, Ohio; Spanish Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. SPICER, GEORGE Football 1; Cross Country 2. 4; Track 1, 4; Hi-Y 1, 4. STACK, RICHARD Student Court Justice 4; Forensic Club 1. 2, 3; Pres. 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Election Board 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4. STARR, BOB AMS VP 4; Hi-Y 3; Key Club 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3. STAUB, DICK Football 2; Concer Choir 2, 4; Ger- man Club 2, 3; Annual Pleiades Staff 4; Music Club 4; Hi-Y 4. STEARMAN, JON Wrestling 1; Track 1; Student Con- gress 3, 4. STEIN, BENJAMIN Student Congress 4; Mixed Chor- us 2, 3, 4; Music Club 4. STILES, ROBERT Student Court Justice 3, 4; Plei- ads 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Key Club 4; Hi-Y 4; ICC 4; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4. STONICH, TIMOTHY Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. STOUGHTON, SHIRLEY Idakas Sec. 3, Pres. 4; GAA 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Toppers 1, 2, 4; Student Congress 2. STOY, NORBY Baseball 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Plei- ads 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 1; German Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-v j. SULLIVAN, DIANE Transfer Student, Walter P. Chry- sler High School. SUTTON, CYNTHIA Y-Teens 4; Transfer Student, Lom- poc Union High School; Drill Team 4; CSF 1, 2; Student Con- gress 1. SWIFT, LINDA AFS 2; Student Congress 2; GAA 2, 3, 4. TAYLOR, ERIC AMS Pres. 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Sportscaster i, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 3, 4. TAYLOR, MICHAEL Cross Country 1, 4; Track 3; Foot- ball 2, 3; Hi-Y 4. TEALL, MARALEE Latin Club 1. THOMPSON, JANET Biology Club 4; Dance Concert 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; YFC 1, 2, 3. THOMPSON, JIM Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2. THREADGILL, KAREN Y-Teens 1, 4; Biology Club 3. TOBEY, DAVE French Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Biol- ogy Club 4. TODD, JOSEPH Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. TOLFORD, MIKE Transfer Student, Cal High School. TOMBERG, BRUCE Basketball 1, 2, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4. TORTORICI, FRANK Transfer Student, St. Bernards High School; Cross Country 1; Basketball. TRENCHERY, JANCIE French Club 2; Art Club 3, Sec. 4. TRIAY, SUSAN Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 4; GAA 1; Spanish Club; Biology Club 4. TRIGG, MARK Biology Club 4. TRIMMELL, DAVID Transfer Student, Santiago High School; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1. TRUE, VICKIE FHA 3; Y-Teens 2, 3. TUBBS, CONNIE ASB Sec. 4; Jr. Class Sec.; Week- ly Pleiades Staff 3, 4; Pleiads I, 2, 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 3. TURMAN, STAN Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 3; Biol- ogy Club 4. ULLOA, JOSE Basketball 3; Student Congress 3; Biology Club 3. ULLOA, LILLIAN FTA 3, 4; Girls ' Chorus 4; Music Club 4; Drama Club 4; Student Congress 4; GAA 4. UNVERFERTH, TORI Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; FTA 4. UPDYKE, DAN Student Congress 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Hi-Y 3; Trans- fer Student, Mai " ° Township High School West. UPDYKE, JULIE Fr. Treas.; Dance Concert 4; GAA 4; Student Congress 1; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2. UPDYKE, TIM Key Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3; Football 1, 2; Wrestling 3, 4; Track 1, 3; Baseball 2, 4; Jr. Red Cross 1, Pres. 2; Ger- man Club 3. VALENZUELA, EDWARD Cross Country 2. VALPEY, RAYMOND Band 1; Forensics Club 2, 3, 4, Student IVIedical Society 4; Trans- fer Student, Palos Verdes High School. VANDENBERG, BERT Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Amateur Radio Club Sec. 2. VANDENBERG, RICK Basketball 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. VANGILDER. LAUREL GAA 1; reatherettes 4. VANHOOK, JAMES Basketball 1; Football 2; Track 1, 2; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 4. VANDERWEERD, ROBERT Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 4. VASVARY, WILLIAM Hi-Y 1, VP 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; German Club 3, 4; Annual Pleiades Staff 4; Key Club 4; Forensics 2, 3. VAYSSIE, MICHELE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Featherettes 4; Publicity Committee 4. VEDINER, JANET Latin Club 2; Featherettes 4. VILLEGAS, RAUL Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 3. WACHTEL, TIMOTHY Track 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. WADDELL, STANTON Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Student Congress 2; Biology Club 3. WALK, DAN Transfer Student, Westmont High School; Wrestling 1; Basketball 2; Science Club 1, 2. WALKER, CHERYL Music Club 4. WALKER, GARY Basketball 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Congress 1. WALL, BETTY GAA 2, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. WALL, PATRICIA Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Toppers 4; German Club 4; Y-Teens 4; AFS 3 4. WALLINGSFORD, DENNIS Wrestling 4. WALTERS, ROBERT Student Congress 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Chess Club 4. WARREN, ALICE Featherettes 4; AFS 2; GAA 1. WATSON, CHERYL French Club 1; Y-Teens 2, 4; Drama Club 3; Forensics Club 4. WATSON, JACK Football 1; Stage Craft 3. WATT, JIM Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 3. WATTEN, JANE Sr. Class Sec.; Y-Teens 2, 3, Pres. 4; Pow Wow Att. 4; Idakas 4; Featherettes 2, 3; Pre-Game Danc- er 4; Pleiads 2. WAYLANO, SANDY FHA 3; Drama Club 2. WEAST, GREGORY Ham Radio 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club Pres. 2; Band 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4. WEBER, JOE FFA Sentinel 4. WEEKS, MARK Spanish Club 2, 3; Art Club 4. WELCH, JIM Football 1, 2, 3; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 2, 3; Music Club 4. WELLS, RICHARD Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 1. WERNKE, SHARON Sr. Class Treas. 4; AWS Rep. 3; Student Congress 4; Featherettes 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WHEELER, LINDA Y-Teens 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; AFS 4. WHITMER, LARRY Football 2, 3, 4; AMS Rep. 4. WHITTAKER, JACQUEE Student Congress 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; Music Club 4; Pipe Organ. WILEY, KENNETH Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Swimming 4; Band 1, 2; Pleiads 4. WILLIAMS, STEVE Transfer Student, Foothill High School. WILLIAMSON, PATRICIA Music Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. WILMAN, MARTHA Y-Teens 3, 4; Biology Club 4; FHA 4. WISE, ERNIE Water Polo 1; Wrestling 2; Drama Club 1. WISEMAN, DORSEY Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Concert Ch-T 4. WOHLFARTH, GERIT AFS 4; Student Congress 4; Biol- ogy Club 4; GAA 4; Y-Teens 4; Foreign Exchange Student, Ger- many. WOLLENBERG, PAT Industrial Arts Club VP 2. WOOD, JUDY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French - ' ub 1, 2. WOOLERY, MARY French Club 4; Y-Teenr " WORMLEY, DENNIS Cross Country 2, 3; Baseball 2; Tennis 3, 4; Spanish Club 4: AFS 3, 4; Band 1, 2. WORTHAM, LINNEA Pleiads 4; Weekly Pleiades Staff 4; AFS 4; Music Club 1, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3. WRIGHT, JUDITH AFS 3, VP 4; Pleiads 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4. WULFF, SUSAN GAA 1; Dressboard 3; Y-T.ens 3, 4; Annual Pleiades Sec. 4. YOUNG, DOUGLAS Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1. 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Biol- ogy Club 2, 4; German Club 2, 4; Sr. Class Pres. YOUNG, JOHN Band 3, 4; Basketball 4; Pep Band 4. 266 Index (class and c:uidid pictures not indexed) Abrams, Vicki 46, 163 Adams, Jan 35 Adragna, Joe 51, 185, 189 Aguiar, Salvador 94 Allen, Randall 59 Allen, Terry 57, 141, 146, 189 Allison, Jaynne 33,34,37, 98 Amott, Kathy 40, 100, 102, 164 Amott, Susan 33,98, 111, 164 Anderseck, Joey 55, 128 Anderson, Carol 115 Anderson, Chris 30, 32, 96, 98, 109, 164, 165,166, 199,273, 198 Anderson, Sheri 113 Angell, Bonnie 122, 192, 193 Ansell, Lorely 164 Appy, Ralph 128, 182, 189 Archipley, Paul 42, 53, 95 Atkins, Connie 27,38,39, 102, 275 Atkins, Julie 97 Atterholt, Walter (Lee) 94 Averett, Cathe 46,98 Baar, Doug 29, 50, 95, 189 Bailes, Jim 54, 128 Bailey, Paul 61, 189 Baker, Doug 132, 189 Bales, Bob 55, 136, 147, 183 Bales, Bill 50, 185, 189 Balsitis, Alex 29 Banderas, Linda 105, 190, 192, 193 Barbour, Bonnie 38, 108, 123, 124, 149 Bardo, Deborah 113 Bardo, Robbie 55 Barletta, Susan 104 Barlow, Dana 36, 46 Barnet, Joan 116 Barnet, Walter (Mark) 94 Barnett, Joyce 122 Barr, Bill 147 Barrett, Jim 139 Barrett, Karen 108, 113 Barrett, Penny 147 Barter, Nadine 29, 122 Bartle, Katherine 114 Barton, Jonelle 113,114 Barton, Linda 46 Bates, Nancy 96, 101, 116, 118, 122, 124 Bauer, Jeff 61 Bauman, Fred 139 Bauman, Sally 38, 40, 102, 164, 192 Bay, Kathleen 115 Beal, Connie 195 Beard, Mike 101, 102, 139, 164 Beaver, Gary 55, 183 Beckham, Steve 55, 143 Beckman, Susan 39, 98, 274 Bedale, Donna 46, 278 Beeman, Robby 147 Bell, Anita 33, 160 Beltran, Cheryl 63 Benavides, Luis 61 Bender, Martha 113, 114 Benedict, Diana 46 Benundes, Luis 61 Bergan, Vince 43 Bemal, Benny 55 Bemal, Cheryl 164 Besler, Max 57, 115, 141 Bisson, Ken 58 Black, Bert 61 Blake, John 54 Blume, Gretchen 106, 107, 150 Bodnar, Justin 102 Bogart, Robert 128, 183 Boggs, Mike 129 Borchert, Margene 116, 118 Boren, Laraine 38, 10s, ' ■ • Born, Kit 164 Bosna, John 115 Bostrom, Gus 59 Bouchey, Susan 46 Bowen, Chris 30,41,99, 102, 103, 109, 138, 198, 199 Bowen, Dan 54 Bowen, Terrie 97, 192 Boyd, Bob 54 Boyd, Don 147 Boyle, Bill 55 Boyst, Don 147 Brackett, Bruce 54 Bracket!, Linda 40, 1 16, 118, 192, 193 Bramlett, Warren 110, 118 Brauer, Charles 55 Brenner, Gail 101, 122, 164 Brewer, Jonathan 106 Brockway, Roger 61, 115 Brody, Clark 108 Brotherton, Dick 55, 183 Brouillette, Danny 61 Brown, Cheryl 33, 46, 103, 165, 198, 199 Brown, David 61 Brown, Eugene 59 Brown, Gary 143 Brown, Jack 164 Brown, Janice 27,32,41,42, 109, 113, 198 Brown, L. Kenneth 113, 115 I ' rown, Mary 115, 116 llrownell. Chip 54, 188 Browning, Diana 43 Bruno, Barbara 40, 116 Bruno, Chris 59 Bruns, Richard 61, 113, 116, lis Bryan, Robert 55, 147 3uckmann, Pinki 26,30,97, 101 Budke, Brad 184 Buehler, Karen 107 Buehner, Jana 122 Buhre, Richard 50, 128, 189 Bunnell, Pamela 46, 113, 114 Bunnell, Patricia 46, 113, 114 Burnieister, Robert 59, 143 Burnett, Spike 29, 56, 121, 140 Burt, Georgene 37,39,46, 123, 145 Busa, Barbara 29 Busby, Steve 27,29,50,99, 132, 189 Butler, Chris 108 Button, Frances 124, 146 Button, Jan 146, 164 Cairns, John 94 Campbell, Bruce 116,118,142 Cano, Joe 60,62 Capo, Linda 33,37,40,45, 162, 164,273 Carlisle, JoAnne 164 Carlisle, Susan 31, 114 Carmelo, Virginia 105, 192 Carmichael, David 147 Carmody, Kathi 16 Cech, Richard 143 Cecil, Tom 101, 103 Chaffee, Bill 29 Chamberlin, Christy 124 Chamberlin, G:iil 63,98 Chambers, John 164 Chapman, Jim 54 c:hilds, Terry 39 c;hristenscn, Carla 46, 1 13 Christcnsen, Cindy 97,98, 101, 109, 198 Christcnsen, Hugh 59, 164 Christcnsen, Roslyn 101,149 1G4, 198 Christi;m, John 134 Church, John 164 Clark, Terri 101. 164 Clemann, Tim 9 1 Clemmons, Robin 115 Clevelimd, Ken 195 Cleveland, Mike 185 Cleveland, Susan 64, 113, 120 Cline, Susan 41 Coats, Lydia 105, 113 Coffer, Pat 199 Cole, Martin 55 Coleman, Yvomie 31,39, 101, 109, 149, 1C6 Collar, Judy 31,98, 103, 109, 273 Collman, Linda 39,41, 101, 273 Cook, Mary 113, 115 Cook, Nancy 27, 120 Cooper, Nellie 29, 148 Copeland, Janice 162 Cough, Anita 193 Coulter, Bill 99, 139 Covey, Ellen 41, 43, 101, 105, 198 Cox, David 188 Cox, Jerry 134 Crawford, Bill 99,194 Cress, Robert 105, 104 Criswell, Barbara 46 Cromwell, Robbie 26, 35, 41, 107, 111, 166,150 Crosswhite, Elaine 101 Cruz, Margo 46, 108 Curby, Cynthia 164 Cuzzolina, Nan 105, 122, 164 Dalton, Gall 33,98 Darke, Thorn 189 Davis, Donna 118 Davis, Doug 30, 56, 99, 189, 278 Davis, Paul 143 D avis. Tom 59. 94. 132. 143 , --DHn. Jf «gip 11111 - TltP- Dean, Kathy 29, 46, 101, 109, 198 Delatorre, Armando 128,147, 189 Delatorre, Dede 192, 193 Delatorre, Robert 54, 128, 129, 189 Del Pozo, Martin 55, 136 Dever, Suzanne 30, 97 Dhyse, Robert 94,164 Diaz, Priscilla 29 Diaz, Roger 29 Dieckmann, Barbara 164 Dieckmann, Mary 113,164 Dietzer, Ann 29,30,97 Dilley, Pat 53,128,129 Doane, Brad 106 Domlnguez, Richard 61 Donnenfield, David 52, 99, 109, 139, 164, 199 Dornan, David 51, 162, 189 Dowser, Michael 61, 182 Drake, Teresa 114 Drew, Charles 188 Drowns, Shelley 29 Duggan, Patrick 55 Duncan, Carol 31, 40, 96, lOU, 124, 193,198, 199 Dunliam, Carolyn 107, 144 Dunham, Sandra 104, 124 Dye, Linda 115 Easlon, Steve 59 Eastwood, Stephen 105, 107 Ellcr, Steve 54, 129 Elliott, Diane 40, 63, 101, 274 Ellis, Ann 113 Ellis, Barbara 163 Ellis, Jim 113 Embery, Candi 108 Erlckson, Peggy 64, 195 Evans, Don 54, 128, 182, 199 Ev.-ms, Mike 129, 183 Evletli, Kaye 29,33, 46, 101, 102 Fankhouser, Candy 40 Farnsworth, Diane 100,274 Farquh.ar, Janine 30,63,103, 122, 190 Farquhar, Kathy 63, 116, 192, 193 Faulkner, Bernice 114 Faulkner, Randy 51, 132, 189 Favlnger, Sue 122 Ferguson, Bill 41, 102, 103 Fern.andez, Damns 188 Figueroa, Mike 55,183 Figucroa, Sandy 46, 122, 136, 164,165 Fimbers, Jenny 114 Fisher, Robert 55, 182 Fisler, M.ary 124, 190 Fitzgerald, George 60,62, 149 Ford, Judy 26, 36, 98, 123, 274 Formvalt, Rosanne 148 Forsyth, Lance 55, 136, 188 Forsyth, Wade 184, 194 Fort, Sherry 29,46,164 Fowler, Gary 50, 52, 99, 185 Eraser, Marsha 32 Frasier, Steve 147 Prates, Shelley 29, 98 Frederick, Larry 58 Frederick, Linda 192 Fredrickson, Linda 41, 105 Fredrickson, Scott 116, 118 Freeman, Linda 46 Freiling, Raynett 100 French, Brian 29, 61, 183 Furlong, Barry 139 Gagnon, Susan 29, 41, 97 Gaines, Mike 51 Gaines, Stephanie 100, 162, 192 Gallo, Fortino 128, 189 Garcia, Pat 164 Garcia, Robert 113 Gardiner, Gwen 41, 98, 101, 109, 198 Gardner, Bobbie 164 Gayton, Beth 105, 164, 198 Gehrke, Bruce 30, 31, 37, 102, 198,199 Genow, Jay 108 Gerrick, Scott 55, 99, 128 Gess, Sandy 63, 102, 190, 192 Gianetti, Dorene 29, 120 Giemont, Gaylyn 40, 96, 101, 199 Giemont, Guy 29, 55, 95, 136, 182 Gilbert, Glen 139 Gillespie, Randy 40, 199 Gilliam, Marilyn 46 Gilliam, Millie 164 Gilpin, Patti 36, 113, 122, 190 Gipson, Jack 30,40, 57, 101, 103, 165,185, 189 Gipson, Jill 100, 101,113, 114 Golden, John 54 Golden, Marcia 63, 124, 192, 193 Jonzales, Rachel 148 Goodwin, Jan 46 Goodwin, John 36, 58, 108 Goosman, Robert 52 Goosscns, Tony 164 Goss, Dee 138,139 Gottfried, Jim 27, 31,50, 99, 198 Gowen, Thomas 58 Griigo, Scott 278 Graham, Doug 59 Graham, Jim 113, 116,118 Gnmt, Richard 55,129 Graves, Cathy 46,123 Gmy, Janet 33, 103, 164, 165 Gray, Pat 56, 141 Gray, Shirley 97, 113, 114 Green, Jim 50, 128, 189 Green, Joyce 115 Green, Kathy 46, 114 Grilfcn, Jim 108,166,167 Grigsby, Robert 54, 182 Grizzle, Joy 113, 116,118 Grumet, Janice 114 Gunther, Sharon 164 267 Gustafson, Douglas 113 GustafsoQ, Jim 61, 182 Haber, Cathy 35,46, 164 Hager, Sheila 113 Haight, Linda 109,113 Hall, John 116 Hall, Nancy 107 Hall, Stephen 94, 139 Halversen, Raynette 41, 150 Hamersky, Pam 36, 98, 101, 103, 120,123,145,164 Hanvey, Debbi 34, 164 Hard, Josine 101,109,113,116, 118 Hardy, Lee 139 Hardy, Lyn 30, 32, 105 Hardy, Mike 113 Harkins, Linda 106, 115 Harris, Bill 29, 99 Harris, Brant 116, 118 Harris, Bret 113, 143, 164 Harris, Bruce 99, 102, 164 Harris, Peggy 100 Harrison, Diane 114 Harrison, Duane 188 Hart, Wayne 55, 136 Harwood. Billie Jo 113. 115 Haughn, Dennis 55, 188 Havvkinson, Terry 94 Haynie, Carol 114 Haynie, Stuart 29, 39, 94 Heape, Steve 55 Heaps, Chris 29 Heideman, Marie 39 Heise, Chris 101 Henderson, Bill 113 Henricksen, Larry 33, 133, 189 Hernandez, David 129 Hernandez, Luis 55, 136, 188 Hernandez, Roland 55 Hershman, Trish 166, 167 Herzberger, Lyn 41, 105, 122, 164 Heyer, Margaret 34 Hickman, Gary 42, 43 High, Charles 109,164 High, Norman 143 Hilbert, Linda 37, 46, 98 Hill, Chris 29, 63, 124, 192, 193 Hill, Jon 99,102 Hintz, Mike 147 Hoak, Alison 27,98,121 Hobson, Mike 138, 139 Hoffman, Sandee 37, 121 Hogan, Kathy 160 Hogan, Martha 42, 43 Hogan, Pat 38, 162 Holkesvick, Vivian 101, 114, 199 Holmer, Cindy 113 Holmes, Denise 41,106 Holston, Su 113, 160 Holzgrafe, Bruce 55, 136 Hormdge, John 129 Hornidge, Robert 55, 182 Hough, Dave 104, 164 Howard, Nancy 192 Howe, Mary 113 Hoyle, Carolyn 103, 109, 114, 192,193, 198 Hudspeth, Cheryl 27,30,39,122, 164, 190, 192 Hudspeth, Gail 97 Huffman, Nick 55, 183 Hughes, Danny 55, 129 Hulbert, Connie 30, 40, 100, 109 Humdy, Samuel 147 Humenny, Brad 55, 107, 129, 182 Humenny, Ed 29, 40, 94, 109, 164 Hursh, Cindy 29 Ingalls, Earle 51, 128, 189 Ingraham, Rosalie 113 Ingram, Bater 29 Innes, David 29 Innls, Karen 114,124 Iverson, Marilyn 100, 195 Hadeon, Chris 54 Jacobs, Linda 164 Jacobson, Byron 132, 189 Jacobson, Geraldine 97, 124 Jacobson, Jane 113 Jaimes, Juanita 105, 148 James, Barbara 100, 164 James, Rebecca 109 Janus, Perry 39, 40 Jaramlllo, Abigail 192 Jenkins, Dotti 194 Jimenez, Ross 51 Johnson, Allen 55 Johnson, Anne 105,109,198 Johnson, Berenice 124,192 Johnson, Bruce 103 Johnson, Chris 54 Johnson, Linda 108 Johnson, Pat 164 Johnson, Peggy 109, 148, 164, 192, 193,198 Jones, Carol 29, 105, 107,109, 150,164,198 Jones, Cheryl 113, 193 Jones, Deanne 192 Jones, Deborah 116,124,192, 193 Jones, Duane 32, 50, 53, 99, 189, Jones, Elaine 109, 113 Jones, Judy 160 Jones, Paula 101 Jones, Rick 61 Jones, WilUe 55, 101, 139 Jubala, Marci 39, 146 Juenemann, Melinda 101, 109, 164, 198 Jurado, Jerry 129, 189 Kaan, David 113, 136 Kade ra, NUke 29,57, 95, 99, 101, 141 Kahler, Martha 29 Kaihai-a, Ricky 55, 116, 128 Kauppi, Patti 46 Kay, Jim 26,28,32,166 Kazebe, Mark 143 Keck, Sara 37 Keefer, Gayle 114, 164 Keen, Terry 102,164 Keisermann, Mark 35, 107, 150 Keller, Judy 192,193 Kemmerer, Wayne 104 Keneley, Ed 54 Kennan, Sue 14S, 164 Kenyon, Les 94, 116, 118 Kern, Beth 101, 164 Kerns, Lorin 59, 136, 143 Kichie, Wayne 40 King, Ambra 35,42, 43, 106, 111, 122,150 Klnsey, Pam 106, 107 Kipe, Lou 124 Kisner, Denise 113 Klaustermeyer, Janie 33, 98, 101,164 Klein, Terry 59, 136 Knorr, Donnie 105 Kozlowski, Jerry 183 Krantz, Chris 164 Kreimeier, Mary 29, 30, 46, 122 Kreimeier, Velda 98, 107 Kretzschmai-, Marc 29, 30, 37, 95, 99,103 Kuttnei-, Bill 41,94, 109, 114, 199 Lambourne, Paul 136 Lane, Donna 40, 114 Laneville, Barbara 47 Lankford, Gary 55, 183 Large, Bruce 147 LaRock, Dale 94 LaRock, Greg 94, 139 Larson, Larry 59, 188 Laughery, Dale 55, 128, 147 Lauritsen, Tom 27, 43, 61, 95, 99, 189,274 La Vlgne, Deid- . 41,115,124 Lawyer, Jamce 114 Lemmon, Molley 29, 43 Leonard, Allen 61 I Voit, Frank 61,129, 183 LeVoit, Victor 54, 128, 189 Leyda, David 116, 118 Lillywhite, Anne 97,109,198, 199 jingenfelder, Carol 118 Uskay, Mike 102, 165 Little, Elaine 100,118,192, 193 Ljungberg, Bo 29, 40, 99, 111, 41 Logan, Paul 116, 118 Lohoff, Evelyn 47 Long, Ginny 40, 47, 102, 108, 192, 193 Lowry, Dave 94 Lowry, Pat 94 Lundberg, Cheryl 100 Lunnon, Nancy 102, 144 Luther, Melissa 101, 273 Lyon, Joanne 198 Lyon, Rick 59, 136, 199 Lyon, Sylvia 101,164, 190, 192 Mabry, Cindy 41, 101, 164 MacCutcheon, Chryssa 47, 98, 113,160 MacDonald, Bob 55, 129, 183 Maddox, Brian 116, 118 Maddox, Marya 47, 96, 98, 113, 114 4k Mahoney, Mike 54, 129, 188 jJ j r.lallory, Marilyn 40, 113 ' ' Mann, Cynthia 113 fi j fl Manuel, Tina 193 Manuel, Roger 94 MaraveL Alberto 128,182 Maravel, Duke 61,189 Maravel, Prime 61, 182 March, Michael 59, 94 Marcoux, Anne 29 Marcoux, Linda 35 Marks, Doug 103 Marple, Madelon 36, 98 Marquardt, Bill 164 Martin, Diehl 164 Martinet, Terry 39 Martinez, Alex 188 Martinez, Frank 55 Martinez, Mary Lou 29, 148 Mason, Larry 30, 109, 165, 189, 198 Mason, Mike 59, 95, 142 Mason, Scott 55, 136, 188 Massimino, Ferdi 56, 99, 109, 140,165, 189, 198 Massinuno, Ricky 24, 56, 103, 141, 189 Matsuyama, David 136 Mattke, Mark 164 Mattson, Judy 102, 109, 164 Matzek, Elaine 38, 105, 144 Maurer, Larry 29 Maurin, Dalton 56, 99, 121, 140, 189 Maurin, Kathy 29, 41, 103, 121 Maxey, Dennis 29,61,95 Maxey, Jim 50, 189 Mayfield, Jim 30, 165 McAulay, Bill 95, 189 McAuliffe, Carol 40, 47, 105, 109,115,124,164,192 McCants, Bob 60 McCarthy, Valerie 30, 38, 40, 100, 149 McCaskill, Gary 138 McCauley, Bob 55,116 McCloud, Larry 37,40 McConnell, Judy 43, 199 McCorry, Bobra 164 McCoy, Mack 50, 132, 189 McGraw, Connie 47, 96 McLean, Julia 102, 114, 199, 198 McMullin, Debi 106,107,114 Mead, Mitchell 147 Meador, Gil 144, 166 Meeker, Donald 94, 164 Melgroza, Alfonso 136 Melgren, Mark 94 Mellis, Gordon 116, 118 Mercado, Fred 61, 183 Merell, Celeste 100 Merrill, Chris 30, 36, 46, 103, 123 Mershell, Jeanne 46 Mertz, Jim 54 Messick, Cathy 29 Metin, Lokman 40, 41, 99 Miernik, Mike 61, 116, 118, 183 IVBlby, Janet 26, 34, 123, 195 Miller, Chris 33, 98 NUller, Howard 55, 147 Miller, Jim 101 Miller, John 53, 132, 189 Miller, Judy 113 Miller, Kris 105 MilUgan, Cris 124 Moar, Jim 26, 28, 95, 109, 134, 145,189,198 Mock, Tom 115,116 Modesett, Norma 144 Moerke, Virjeanne 114 Moore, Kathy 65, 105 Moore, Lawrence 147 Morales, Vivian 113, 114 Moran,_-iia«ey-lt S -. ' Moran, Stella 63, 101, 124, 190, 192 ■ — Morelli, Rocky 29 Moreno, Alice 30, 192 Moreno, Robert 55, 188 Morrison, Donald 129 Moser, Kelley 133,135 Moye, Renee 41 Mueller, Jakos 136 Muhlig, Bill 34, 36, 139, 189 Murphy, Jan 30, 46 Murphy, Robert 164 Murray, Bibs 29,37, 121, 184, 189,194 Murton, Kathi 47 Myers, Doug 102, 139 Myers, AUke 164 Nash, Gloria 149 Nash, Tyrone 55 Negrete, Nazario 116 Neill, Judy 114 Nelson, Steve 139, 166 Nelson, David 61, 182 Nelson, Doug 26, 36, 95, 99, 138, 189,198 Nelson, Mark 37, 55, 95, 129 Nelson, Monica 102, 113 Nelson, Sandy 30,115 Newell, Anne 101,113,114,164, 192 Newell, John 31,55, 95, 116, 182 Newkirk, Glenna 47, 64, 193 Newkirk, Michael 147 Nicholson, Linda 103, 149 Nolan, Michael 59, 143 Nolan, Shawn 113 Nolley, Ruby 148 Noonan, Laurie 29 Norby, Chris 27, 29, 30, 54, 94 Norby, Polly 31, 40, 102, 142, 193 Nord, Kathy 27,30,40,42, 43, 109,198,199 Nordstrom, Craig 53 Nygren, Deacon 30, 50, 51, 53, 133, 160 Ogren, Yogi 61,95,99 O ' Hara, Dennis 54 Oldham, Anita 149,199 Olsen, Jeff 189 Olson, David 165 Olson, Judy 100,108 Omalev, Steve 29 Omalev, Tania 29, 34 Orosco, Ralph 54 O ' Rourke, Peggy 47, 124, 190, 102 O ' Hourke, Chip 36, 57, 140, 189 Osborne, Lynne 114 Ostensen, Thomas 59, 143 CHvens, Dot 30, 148, 192, 193 Owens, Marv 132, 188, 189 Padllla, Darlene 40 Padilla, Diaiie 149 Padllla, Jeffrey 51,189 Pagel, Scott 102,164 Pankratz, Peppe 162 Parker, Bob 61, 95, 103, 198 Parra, Jackie 54 Pate, Steve 55, 136, 188 Patterson, LaVonne 164 Patterson, Pat 124, 149 Patton, Susanna 29,115 Payan, Ellen 38,47, 122, 190, 192,274 Payan, Robert 59, 128, 129, 139, 189, 199 Peachey, Harold 116 Pearce, Wendy 113, 122, 192, 193 Peek, Stevie 132, 189 Pereida, Art 51,128,189 Perterson, Deborah 192 Peterson, Mark 102, 164 Petes, Carol 34 Pharris, Joanne 114,122 Pilger, John 29, 102 Pizano, Mike 61, 128 Plambeck, Gary 139 Poet, Robert 54,104, 188 Powell, Larry 54 Pritchai ' d, Donald 104 Pritchard, James 54, 99, 164 Prowse, Carol 164 Prutzman, David 99, 128, 164 Pryor, Jill 47 Pyeatte, Cris 47, 107, 122, 165, 190 Quinlivan, Maureen 29, 47 Rake, Bill 39, 56, 109, 142, 189 Ramirez, Juan 55, 182 Raub, Roddy 29,54,182 Rauhut, Karlene 41, 100 Ray, Monica 113,114 Reardon, Tom 116 Recla, Jack 60,62, 189 Reed, Randall 61, 116, 182 Reid, Bonnie 40, 105, 192, 193 Reno, Rene 47 Reno, Rita 47, 113 Re_vTiolds, Becky 113 Rhea, Randy 37, 61, 99, 182 Rhoads, Don 27, 99, 102, 189 Rhodes, Michael 59, 143 Rich, Laura 26, 30, 33, 47, 101, 109,198,199 Richard, Steven 58 Richards, Chris 59 Richardson, Ginger 113, 114 Ritchie, Ron 1 84 Ritchie, Sandy 64, 192 Ritchie, Wayne 109,113,198 Ritter, Jeff 117, 118, 149 Rivera, Alex 61, 189 Revera, Mary 149 Roberts, Eleanor 03, 105, 190, 192,193 Roberts, Helen 192 Roberts, Nancy 100, 190, 192 Robertson, Julie 101 Robles, Rosalie 29 Rodenbeck, JoAnnc 115 Rodenbeck, Karyle 113 Rojas, Lynda 115 Rojas, Steve 55 Romo, Mary 149 Ronquillo, Amado 105,149,164, 165 Rosen, Jim 43 Rosenblatt, Carol 100,164 Rowan, Susie 26,30,103,109 Ruhe, Ray 164 Russell, Bill 108 Russell, Lucy 124 Russell, Robert 116, 118, 188 Safford, Ann 41, 47, 106, 107, 109,150 Safford, Paul 59, 116, 143 Sakurai, Michael 164 Sand, Clark 57, 141, 164, 189 Sanders, Gary 61, 95, 147 Sandoval, Benny 116 Santos, Betty 114 Sayre, Linda 101 Schaeffer, Jim 149 Schaffer, Stephanie 39, 192 Schatzman, Bill 61, 103 Schneider, Nick 108 Schoner, Diane 102,107 Schoner, Linda 102, 107 Schrocder, Larry 99 Schrooter, Dean 101,103 Schumacher, Paul 61, 94, 129, 183 Schwartz, Patti 98, 103, 199 Scott, Suzanne 113, 114 Seligman, Hyatt 103, 166, 167, 199 Sellers, Ben 58, 142 Sengstock, Craig 116, 118 Settles, Paula 122 Shaw, Sheryl 35,47,149 Shaw, Teri 114 Shaw, Tommy 29, 30, 57, 95, 104, 142 Shephai-d, Edna 113, 114 Shields, Cheri 47, 164 Shirley, Julie 47 Shrake, Susan 113, 116, 118, 192 Shriver, Chris 40, 124, 192, 193 Shrum, Theresa 29 Shute, Mike 188 Simpson, Judy 114 Singer, Linda 35, 149 Slach, Cheryle 96, 149, 164 Slater, Susan 47 Smith, Andy 34, 36, 98, 101, 109, 198,199,274 Smith, Chris 32, 133, 135, 184, 189 Smith, Kevin 94,115 Snuth, Scott 29 Snead, Joseph 182 Snook, Kathy 47 Snyder, Linda 114 Snyder, Mary 40 Sorrell, Sonia 37 Sowder, Barb 98, 120, 194 Spicer, George 61,95 Squires, Chris 107,114 Stack, Richard 30, 31, 32, 109, 139,166,198 Starkey, Lois 192,193 Starr, Buck 33,184,189 Staub, Dick 38,95, 113 Staub, Becky 113 Stearman, Jim 116 Steele, Janet 96, 98, 109, 198 Stein, Benjamin 113, 115 Stewart, Kathleen 29 Stewart, Tom 147 Stiles, Jo Anne 40, 103, 164, 192, 193 Stiles, Bob 31,61,95, 99, 103, 109, 199,198,273 Stoker, Travis 116 Stonich, Bob 54, 189 Stonich, Tim 57 Stoughton, Shirley 30, 98, 109, 198,199 Stoy, Chris 29, 95, 99, 102, 109, 198 Stoyanovich, Cathy 100 Strachan, Gary 94, 115 Strenk, Andy 59, 109, 140, 164, 198 Stuart, Bob 55, 129 Stunkard, D;m 58, 142, 164 Styles, Craig 54,132 Suarez, Maurice 188 Sunderman, Jeff 99, 132 Sutton, Pamela 164 Sw-eet, Sheri 29 Switzer, Judy 47 Sykes, Joe 116 Sykes, John 1 1 6 Szajna, Tom 55 T:umer, Brooke 115 T:mner, Pam 29,41,114 Taylor, Zeke 26, 33,42, 43,52, 61,95,99,199,274 Taylor, Michael 61, 95 Teal, Linda 101 Teasdale, Becky 193 Teasdale, Robert 198 Teeters, Clay 29, 61 Tewalt, Mike 132 Thayer, Scott 164 Thompson, Jim 138 Thompson, Janet 122,102 Thompson, Jeanne 63, 101, 109, 124, 190, 192, 193, 198 Tobey, Dave 101, 164 Tobey, Mike 29, 37, 55, 95 Tomberg, Bruce 31, 95, 99, 103, 198 Trenchery, Janice 108 Triay, Susan 105 Tubbs, Connie 26, 37,42, 43, 98, 122 Turner, Jidia 105, 107 Ulloa, Lillian 113, 114, 149, 193 Unstot, Dana 1 30 Unverferth, Tori 40, 149 Updyke, Dan 185 Updyke, Jewlii 101,122,123 Updyke, Tim 99, 162, 185 Valenzuela, Oscar 129, 189 Valpey, Raymond 166 Vandenberg, Bert 60, 62 VandenlxTg, Wim 00, 62, 189 Vanderbcrg, Joyce 148 Vanderberg, Marc 31, 55, 136, 183 Vanderberg, Rick 133, 134, 189 VanGilder, Laurel 47 Van Hook, Jim 29, 95, 198, 199 Vamum, Dotty 29,41 Vasvary, Sehmerl 30, 39, 95, 99, 102,165, 195 Vayssie, Michele 37,47 Vediner, Jan 47 Vendrell, Sue 47, 150, 192 Villegas, Sandra 192 Voccia, Carol 34, 94, 122 Voccia, Edward 54 Waddell, Linda 47 Waddell, Stan 60, 62 Wagner, Wayne 61, 103, 142 Waldron, Daniel 94, 164 Walker, Cheryl 113, 114 Walker, Thomas 110, 118 Wall, Betty 160 Wall, Patti 164 Walsh, Dick 59 Walters, Ken 55 Walters, Linda 192 Walters, Robert 94 Waltz, Robert 29, 136,143 Warnock, Pat 113 Warren, Alice 47, 149 Watson, Tim 143 W.att, Jim 57, 189 Watten, Jane 29,30,96,98, 162, 199 Watten, Wayne 27,29,30,55, 122, 136, 188 Watts, John 111,150 Way, Marcia 101, 164 We.ist, Greg 113, 115, 116 Webb, Dcmiy 61 Weber, Joe 147 Weber, Tom 60,62, 189 Weeks, Mark 108 Welch, Jim 113 Weldon, John 94 Wells, Mike 133, 189 Wennerberg, Ronald 55, 129 Wemke, Sharon 29,47, 122 Werts, Cynthia 149 Wheeler, Linda 40 Whiteside, George 59 Whitesides, Barry 52, 99, 101, 166, 167 Whitmer, Larry 33, 51, 189 Whittaker, Jacquce 113 Wickett, Kay 40, 192 Wiekman, Pete 132 Wiese, Pat 109, 164, 198 Wiley, Ken 56, 140, 189, 198, 275 Williams, Brian 57, 140 Williams, Greg 54, 128 Williamson, Pat 114 Wilman, Marty 148, 164 Wilson, Jill 41, 113, 115 Wilson, Suzanne 124, 192, 193 Wiseman, Dorsey 113 Wiseman, Shelley 29, 101, 166, 167 Wohlfarth, Gerit 63, 98, 101, 102, 164,193,41 Wolfe, Lynn 113 Wood, Janet 40, 114, 124, 192, 193 Wood, Tammy 114 Wood, Gina41, 105, 113, 114, 164, 198 Woolery, Joseph 55, 182 Woolery, Kathy 101 Wormley, Dennis 40, 41, 138, 13 9, Wormley, Pat 116, 192, 193 Wortham, Linny 43, 113, 199 Wright, C. Scott 104, 132 Wright, Carol 124, 192 Wright, John 59. 138. 139. 189, 199 Wright, Judy 40,109, 192, 193, 198, 199 Wright, Lai-ry 40, 105, 113 Wright, Vinton 99 Wulff, Sue 39 Wyatt, Randy 58 Wynn, Byron 55, 182 Ybarra, Mike 54 Young, Doug 27, 30, 32, 57, 95, 99, 140, 189, 198 Young, John 116, 118, 134, 145 Young, Martha 41, 124, 192, 193 Young, Vicki 47, 109, 198 Zednick, Joyce 03 Jji lc i ICE CREAM FINE CANDIES While ordering their lunch from Buddy ' s Bur- gers, both Ken Wiley and Connie Atkins agreed " f that this was a good way to spend their noon hour, BUDDY ' S BURGERS cyc« htvain KendeziMiui and djauttciue ja iob 158 W. BASTANCHURY RD. FULLERTON. CALIFORNIA AU MARTONE - OWNER 526-9467 Let ' s all go to the " Voo " , »1» vl» kL» •! •A l • • •J Y •T ' T the: most from coast CoucLs± Pai ±iajc. 626 So. Nicolas FULUERTON. CALIF. LAMBERT G- y CLeuz JL onard. : THIS SPACE DONATED BY: 117 N. Raymond Fuller ton 525-3456 SCHMERL PUNKY BOOBY YOGI NORM MEAGER ' S STORE FOR MEN fp 455 N. Loara Anaheim KE 5-2131 Anaheim Center . . . proudly presents it ' s campus representative for 1966 from Fullerton Union High School, Scott Grago is shown here with Tom Epperson and Dick Giglio. norm MEAGERS Featuring the widest choice of young men ' s clo- thing in the area. Norm Meager welcomes you to drop by and make yourself at home. •A «!-• »i» vl vL vL vL» 1 • rj if% ?f f% rj . f% f% J 7 Often seen around town were Donna Bedale and Doug Davis, who were found here in a new ' 66 Cyclone. « «1 T %T «A « vi rj • j» •J • rp» THE yORBA t NDA_ William J. Drake Publisher 4861 So. Main St. 528-7080 Yorbo linda, Calif. 92686 %1a vL kL vL« kX i if J • rj J y» »y» • Tropnies Girts For All Occasions Nameplates 6 ' Si ns For Office Home Metal Plastic En ravin Walt ' s Trophy Nameplate Co. 515 W. Comnionwealtn Ave. Fullerton, California Phone 525-257 3 WALTER B. BEASLEY Onen Eve ' s Rv App ' t. Res. 523-1355 i «T« %lf »if »Xf vj vL« ry% y» j% y» ry% ff. ° SIERRA MERCURY . t 700 S. Euclid Fullerton 871-6220 JACK COOLEY WAYNE Wl LKl NS LLOYD AMMANN BROKERS 418 W. AMERIGE AVE. FULLERTON. CALIFORNIA 879-1 181 Melissa Luther and Linda CoUman went Hawai- ian with Hawaiian Punch. PACIFIC HAWAIIAN PRODUCTS COMPANY 360 S. Acacia FuUerton 871-4495 fj 4 .- Linda Capo and Chris Anderson took advantage of the luxurious fixtures at Universal Plumbers. UNIVERSAL PLUMBERS 1419 N. State College 776-7901 iJ • " »!• i 7fZ 7j _Jllk. Bob Stiles and Judy Collar stopped to tliink about the many interesting things they learned while inside the Kimberly Clark plant. KIMBERLY CLARK CORPORATION 2001 E. Orangethorpe 525-8271 Eric Taylor and Andy Smith waited for Judy Ford and Tom Lauritsen to get in sotliey could gocrui- sing. TOWN COUNTRY RAMBLER 555 S. Euclid 871-2040 •4 1 Jt •! »J st p» v» »v» j% rj " p w Diane Farnsworth and Diane Elliott inspected the new Frigidaire refrigerators at Elliott ' s Appli- ances and both Dianes ' thought they were the greatest. ELLIOTT ' S APPLIANCES 416 S. Harbor Fullerton 525-4788 BALLARD MOTORS Ellen Payan and Susan Beckman decided that Volkswagens had a lot of class. BALLARD MOTORS INC. AUTHORIZED VOLKSWAGEN DEALER 1325 N. Lemon Anaheim 879-8100 ' € ' kr ' 0 v (T c- 0( i.r- -cJ : In Memoriam John Michael Davis Class of 1966 O. E. Tharp Friend of F.U.H.S. Athletic Teams 277 1966 has truly been a great year at Fullerton Union High School. I don ' t believe any high school has ever seen a more interesting and varied amount of activities. We have tried to cover all of these things in the Annual PLEIADES and I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who made ail this pos- sible. Special thanks are due to: R. W. Pischel, our cooperative publisher, Marion Willet, our infinitely patient and competent photographer, Stu Haynie, our student photographer, and contributing photographei Vince Bergan . . . Dr. Slocum for his excellent photographic skills, as evidenced by the spectacular PPP . . . Jim Moar, Jim Kay and the entire student body, faculty and administration who gave life to PPP . . . Mrs. Dunham and Mrs. Morken of the classified staff for their special interest and cooperation . . . Mr. Daniels for cramming himself into a trash can in order to receive the honor of being crowned Litter King . . . Jane Watten, Doug Young, Judy Ford and Eric Taylor, who finally put in appear- ances at 1 1 :00 at the Pow Wow dance, after a long dinner . . . Mr. Bowen, Mr. Logan, the P.T.A. and the numerous other people who organized senior activities, from " Boss " Battles to Baccalaureate . . . The faculty advisors for " general " jovial cooperation . . . The student body for your eager anticipation to see your angelic faces in print, and also for buying your copy of the PLEIADES . . . And last but not least, to the 23 students on the staff of the Annual PLEIADES who worked long and hard and earnestly to make this the best annual within their power . . . To these and many, many more go my whole-hearted thanks. We hope you enjoy this yearbook and that it serves the purpose we had in mind, to provide an everlasting memory of the 1965-66 school year at FUHS. Many of you will also enjoy, we hope, the summer supplement. It was because we wished for some way to provide you with real pictures of events such as Prom, Beach- combers ' Ball, Commencement, Baccalaureate, graduation party, and spring sports, that we decided to do a supplement. The supplement will be mailed to you at the end of July. It will consist of 16 pages, full color, spot color, and a sticky strip of tape which will allow it to be stuck to the back page of your book. Thank you. Connie Atkins Editor-in-Chief 1966 Annual PLEIADES STUDENT PICTURE INDEX .-RAGES 2fe8-270 5= SummERSoPPLEWEMT fi 3ES Adniimstration, Dist 7 Adniinistration, FlliS 5 Advertising Index 280 AFS 40-41 and S-IG AMS 33 Annual Pleiades Staff 38-39 Annual Singing Dance S-7 Art Club 108 A.S. B. President 28-29 A.S. B. Secretary 28-29 A.S. B. Treasurer 36-37 A.S. B. Vice Pres 28-29 AWS 33, 155 Baccalaureate S-10-11 Band 116-117 Band, Pep 118 Baseball, J.V 188 Baseball, Varsity 184-187 Basketball, Action 137 Basketball, Bee Cee 136 Basketball, CIF 137 Basketball, J.V 132 Basketball, Varsity 133-135 Beachcombers Ball S-5 Biology Club 164 Chess Club 94 Christmas Time, FUHS Ill Club-Of-The-Year S-9 Commencement S-10-11 Concert Choir 113 Counselors 6 Cross Country-, CIF 6 Cross Country, Var 60 Debate Club 167 Dedication 201-202 Drama Club 151 Electioi Board 32 E.xecutive Board 26 Ex-Otficio 27 Faculty, as they are 10-18 Faculty, as they were 8-9 Faculty Tea 21 Featherettes 46-47 FFA 147 FHA 148 Football, Bee S: Cee 55 Football, J.V 54 Footb;ill, Varsity 50-53 and 189 French Club 101 Freshman Class 72-80 Freshman Class Officers 72 FTA 149 GAA, Badminton 193 G.AA, Big F 190 GA,A, Dance Concert .... 122-123 GAA, Softball 191 GAA, Swimming 124 GAA, Tennis 63 GAA, Volleyball 192 German Club 102 Girl Date Dance 155 Girls ' Chorus 114 Hl-Y 95 Homecoming 64-67 ICC 30 Idakaa 98 Junior Class 168-177 Junior Class Officers 168 ADVERTISING .Albert James 161 Allen Bros. Tools 146 Arnold of Lola ' s Flowers 127 Art de Coiffure 127 Back Street 144 Ballard Motors, Inc 271 Bastanchury Pharmacy 194 Beauty Products, Inc 69 Biels Men ' s Wear 70 Buddy ' s Burgers 273 Carl ' s Char Broiler 195 Charles Edwards 126 Chuck ' s Hobby Shop 71 Coast Pontiac 273 Cone Chevrolet 162 Custom Automotive Center 68 Designs in 69 Edna Mac Master 27 Elam ' s for Men 69 Elliott ' s Appliances 271 F. E, Olds Son, Inc 71 , 71 First Federal Savings .... Flowers by Dorothy Buck Fullerton Mortgage and Escrow 144 Fullerton Music Co 162 Fullerton Savings and Loan 1 63 Giov;umi ' s Pizza 195 Glendale Federal Savings 145 Gowns by Valdez 126 Grays Book Store 126 Greg ' s Auto Vholes;Ue 144 Hammond Organ 127 Hansel Oldsmobile, Inc 145 Hasson ' s Flower Shop. 162 Harris Drug Store J63 The Hobnob. 194 Hunt Food Industries 68 Ice Cream Rendezvous 273 Jaheng Fashions 69 moEX A QUICK LOOK AT ' bb Junior-Senior Prom 58-59 Key Club 99, S-5 Latin Club 104 Majorettes 118 Medical Club 165 Memorials 278 Mi.xed Chorus 115 Music Club 113 Music Department 112, 153 Orchestra 114-115 Pictorial Personnel Project 24-25 Picture Index 268-270 Play, Fall 106 Play, Spring 150 Pleiades Xewspai:)er Staff 42-43 Pleiades 109 and 198-199 Pow Wow 156-159 Principal 4 Productions Com 35 Publicity Com 37 School Classified Staff 19-20 Senior Aeti ities S-6 Senior .Activity ' Listings 262-267 Senior .Awards 261, S-2 Senior Class 204-258 Senior Class Council 202 J. C. Penney 194 Johnston Pies 1 60 Josten ' s Engraver 68 Kimterly Clark Corporation 274 Knott ' s Berry Farm 195 Mac ' s Meats andCSrocery 144 McCoy-Mills Ford 163 McCiarvey-Thompson Realty 1 15 Vlooney Andrews 127 Morgan T.V 69 Mr. John ' s 126 Murray Beverage Co 70 Myrtice Gay Beauty Salon 68 Neal ' s Sporting Goods 145 Norm Mongers 274 Pacific Hawaiian Products Company 274 The Pillowry 69 Ray ' s Pets Garden Store 1 15 Senior Class Officers 203 Senior Days 200-202 Senior Destinations S-14-15 Senior Grad Partj ' S-12-13 Social Com 36 Song Leaders 120 Sophomore Class 84-92 Sophomore Class Officers 84 Spanish Club 105 Speech Club 166 Sportscasters 52 Stag Dances 110 and 196-197 Student Congress 29 Student Court 31 Swimming, J. ' 143 Swimming, Varsity 140-142 Table of Contents 3 Teen Toppers 100 Tennis, J.V 139 Tennis, Varsity 138-139 Theme Statement 21 Thespians 107 Track, Bee and Cee 182-183 Track, Vai-sity 180-181 Varsity Club 189, S-2 Water Polo, Bee . Cee 59 Water Polo, Varsit - 56-58 Willie Ugh 121 Wrestling, J.V 129 Wrestling, Reserves 128 Wrestling, Varsity 128-129 Y-Teens 96-97 Yell Leaders 121 R. WsUlace Pischel Inc 273 Roy ' s Photo Service 127 Sierra Mercury 374 Sears Roebuck (i Co 160 Swimberger ' s 144 Teen Talk 126 Thayer Chrysler- Plymouth 160 Thompson ' s Furniture Com]);my 68 Town Lmd Country Rambler 271 Turntable 1 27 Universal Plumbers 274 Village Fashion Fabrics 1 26 Walt ' s Trophy and Nameplate 274 White ' s Insur;mce Agency 274 Witch ' s Hut 146 Yorba Linda Stai- 274 nBWrO]LM ]Zm V kM--. u 1 ) 0 a ■■ Ai ■J j i x ' h 9 y L y V ' 6 b tP e t ' ' ftV ' ? r .. D ' ' ,c .V ' V i v . ? 1 ' vM V V ' i ' ' )- V Jr N iiy [i y}- f Jp I (JX j Swimming 1st Place (CIF 1st Place! Water Polo 1st Place FOUR IN A ROW! FANTASTIC! But it ' s true. The Fullerton Swim Team won CIF finals for the fourth year in a row! Sparked by Ail-Americans Spike Burnett, Andy Strcnk, Terry Allen, Dan Stunkard, Chip O ' Rourke, and Dalton Maurin. the Fullerton Fish won the finals 40-38 over Corona Del Mar, Sophomore Ricky Massimino also helped lead the Indians to victory. The most valuable player award went to Andy Strenk and Dan Stunkard. while Spike Burnett got the most inspirational award. The school should be very proud of their excellent Sw-im Team. We ' ll miss Coach Arlh as he moves to Rio Hondo Jr. College- See pages 48-54. Cross Country 1st Place. Track 2nd Place X ' A • wrestling 3rd Place 1 I ' M 4t For Cross Country see page 60-62 in the Annual. In Track Duke Maravel captured the most valuable award and Tom " Punky " Lauritsen secured most inspirational. See pages 180-181. The above wrestlers made a fine showing in CIF for Fuller- ton High School. Victor Levoit, Richard Buhre, Bobby Dela- torre, Mando Delatorre. Not pictured: Jim Green. See pages 128-129. Next Year FULLERTON ' S All-Sports League berth will be challenged by the following schools in the new Freeway League: Buena Park, Troy, La Habra, Magnolia, Savannah, Lowell, and Sunny Hills. 3f Basketball 1st Place See pages 132-137. ' H m In 1966 GIF tennis competition Fullerton fared very well. Senior MVP Mike Hobson won the varsity finals in individual action. Indian netinan John Wright, a sophomore, won the singles championship for C ' s in GIF play. See pages 138-139. Ml 1 wm . 3 ; L " - ••W-l iA The baseball team with through with a great 2nd place many unfortunate injuries came league finish. The season stand- ings wasn ' t decided until the final game as Buena Park beat us 7-3. In the first GIF round the Indians ran up against some tough pitching from Pacific High School in San Bernardino and lost 4-1. Mike Gleveland, pitching for FIJHS allowed only 5 hits but we still lost. Unpictured: Ken Walters, Rick Griner. Rick recovered quickly from his automobile accident and was able t(j return to school. i Duane Jones Softball Under the guidance of Ad- viser, Miss Day and Manager, Carol McAuliffe, the Softball team of 1966 won games, lost games, and had a great deal of fun while doing both. Practice days were Monday and Thursday of each week, while the games were played on Wednesdays against Troy, Sunny Hills, and La Habra. The following girls participated in Softball this year. SENIORS: Linda Capo, Cheryl Hudspeth, Wendy Pearce, Steph- anie Schaffer, Gerit Wohlfarth. JUNIORS: Virginia Carmello, Sandy Gess, Marcia Golden, Nancy Roberts, Jeanne Thompson, Sue Wilson. SOPHOMORES: Rex Blackley, Dede Delatorre, Bernice Johnson, Elaine Little, Ginny Long, Carol McAuliffe, Bonnie Reid, Chris Shriver. FRESHMEN: Kathy Bay, Nancy Calhoun, Arlene Cannon, Kathy Farqu- har, Joyce Green, Chris Hill, Gerry Jacobson, Cindy Raub, Lois Starkey, Karen Treat, Sandra Villegas, Linda Walters, Janet Wood. Sports Banquets The following boys received trophies for their sports respec- tively; Football: Duane Jones, MIP; Jim Green, MVP. Water Polo: Jack Gipson, MIP; Ferdy Massimino, MVP. Swimming: Spike Burnett, MIP; Dan Stun- kard, Andy Strenk, MVP. Track; Tom Lauritsen, MIP; Duke Mar- avel, MVP. Cross Country: Stan Waddell, MIP; Wim Vanden- berg, MVP. Basketball: Jim Moar, MIP; Mike Wells, MVP. Baseball: Mike Murray, MIP; Bill Bales, MVP. Tennis: Dee Goss MIP; Mike Hobson, MVP. MIP— Most Inspirational Plaver MVP— Most Valuable Player ' At their three sports banquets Indian athletes ioined their families for dinner. Then all proceeded to the auditori- um for the awarding of letters and special recognition. ferr M sJro-i 1 ' ' 1 l-.lfKSa r--:— r- " ! ■ 4tl ' ■ ' v . " Mr. and Miss B. Comber, " Don Rhodes and Jane Klasustermeyer. Warriors performed an- cient tribal dances while sacred rites were re-enacted in the primitive atmosphere enhanced by the hypnotic sound of the " Electras. " These " Adventures in Para- dise " were executed under the benign reign of Mr. and iMiss B. Comber, Don Rhodes and Jane Klasuster- meyer. The pegan jollifica- tion was created by the self- sacrificing Key Club. The Lloyd Martin Award for the senior athlete who has contributed the most to FUHS in his four years went to Gary Fowler. ure farmers demonstrated their skill at the annual farm day. rom The Senior Party, a nautical trip, inspired tire choice of the theme, Bon Voyage, for this year ' s Junior-Senior Prom. The Junior Class transformed the FuUerton Ebell Club into a Blue and White Catalina - bound steam- ship filled with dancing and deliarht. oyage Embarking on a heavenly cruise, the couples boarded the ship via the gangway. Senior couples were guests of the class of 1967. Elegant refreshments provided a pause in the evening. May 14th proved to be a memorable evening for all. We were underway at last! I at m ■ im M w Senior t? M 2S V k.A aSlV J I iiilliMi|ii j| ' i«ijMi Directly after Com- mencement, Seniors boarded the buses in the gutter to leave for their All - Nite Grad Party at Cata- lina. Enroute to San Pe- dro they ate box lunches. After a bouncing sea voyage, the grads took in a Breakfast at 3:30 A.M ? ,. A i? , ; Party Home at last! SANTA C movie, danced at the M l«7 " 1 j ' Casino to the music m I 1 T% of the Barons and T 1 L 1 enjoyed an early J Nrp morning promenade. 1 Then they returned J r via ship and bus, ar- »r riving at the " reser- gpJL %i vation " about 8:00 " A.M. for a long day ' s je !: S» sleep. E m 9V2 square inches per person s E N I R S Getting cap and gown measurements was jjst part of the preparation for graduation. At Baccalaureate, Seniors begin to realize that the end of four years is near. The Senior class gift, enlargement of Senior Corner, begins to show progress. 1b % 6 6 A sincere thank you was expressed by Paul Archipley on behalf of the whole student body, as he accepted the class gift. A time to think: a time to contemplate. Jim Kay and Richard Stack were chosen to speak at Commencement ceremonies on " A Call to Con- viction. " and " The Inward Journey, " respectively. jfulUn ' tinillninit Xmh § i:hiwl s s JKi 1 1 m-hnt. (Liilif or nm y ins (Trrtifii si that has i-inn nfhn a coixtbc mf etufttfs in i-trritrftmui ' toitlt tlif rquirciniMits iif the §tatf lntar iif tfturattau a the iuiari uf Q rustffi? nf tin ifnllertintllniiinlnalT rlninl " Diistrirt far c ra uatilT fram tins cIuutI anJt is tlu ' rcfitrf aU ar f tlii$ Iliiilnnta ©ilien at jFitlh-rtan, Califonita, this sixtfrnth ban trf 3|uno, nhtrtfi-u hiiitbrrb sixtti-six. Four years at Fullerton Union High vSchool will be an ex- perience not easily forgotten. As a Freshman, you were con- fused, a " stranger in a foreign land, " — timid and unsure. In fact, you felt as if you really didn ' t " belong " to the mad whirl of activities, and what seemed to be the " in " groups. As a S ophomore, you became more aware of your role in high school life. You began to explore the possibilities of parti- cipation in clubs and social e ents. As you continue, in your Junior year you commenced to formulate plans for your life after high school. And then, suddenly, you reached the ultimate! At long last you could plant your feet on that famed corner, without the fear of being tossed in the nearest trashcan or tied to the nearest tree. And what a year! Hectic, yet wildly enjoyable! Now the long-awaited Senior year is a memory, as are all four years of athletics,classes, social events. For some they ended with a sigh of relief, but for many a tear of regret followed. That once struggling freshman is now a graduate, and maybe even wishes he was that Freshman again . . . ■y- ' fnai rffvffifr- ' Senior DestinatM)ns iertBId n BocI ' baryl Boehm Shari Boone Laraine Boreo _ , le i: iKtt ' Born Susan Bouchey Rosemary Boyles Diane Braddcck Brenda Brown Cheryl Brown Karen Brown Pam Bunnell Carol Burt Willet Bushnell Jon Cairns Gary Carlson Kathi Carmody Gloria Carri John Channbers Garl Clarke Ken Cleveland Susan Cleveland Terry Cleveland Rich Cole Linda Collman Janice Copeland Steve Copenhaver George Cornwall Marc Courter Ellen Covey William Covone Cheryl Creek Rick Criner Robbie Cromwell Wlargo Cruz Donna Davis Doug Davis Greg Davis Marshall Daza L.es Decker PriscillaDiaz Dewey Dobson •, _, Thomas Dollarhide ' Tommy Dominguez David Dornan Diane Duarte Carolyn Dunham Linda Dye Steven Easlon isHiii Espinoza ' .-■aw. Farner Janine Farqiihar Gary Faust -.dez ■ ..o. ' in ' Figueroa Fjsler James Ham ' Susan Hanse Judy Hanson MikeJHardy ■ .- Steven Harris Tom pledge Marie Heidemari Bill Hleitzniiap Bill Henderson Lynda Hilbert Kathy Hogan Pat Hogan Chris Holguin Susan Holston Dave Hough Larry Howard Philip Howitt Cheryl Hudspeth Linda Jacobs Sharon Jewell Don Johnson Jeffrey Johnson Jerry Johnson Linda Johnson Patricia Johnson Judy Jones Patti Kauppi Sue Ann Kennan Mark Kenny Sheri King Pam Kinsey Janie Klaustermeyer Mary Kleinheksel Donalyn Knorr Mary Kreimeier Richard Kryder Donna Lane Barbara Laneville John Large Michael Lechman Marjorielegel Molly Lemmon Timothy Lennen Victor Levoit Richard Logan Charlotte Loustalot David Lowry Nancy Lunnon Melissa Luthtf Gerald Mansfield Douglas Marks Madelon Marpie John Marshall Clorihda Mascio Robert Matsuyama Mark Mattke Elaine Matzek Larry Maurer Jim Maxey Pum Merritt Glen Michael Judy Miller Kris Miller Mike Miller Larry Miller X ennfie Pai ? ' ' Bill Patch Pat Patterson Mary Lou Peterson Norma Pomeroy Ken Potts Jack Pray Dan Prestby Monica Ray Jack Recia Wayne Reider Bob Reilly Ron Ritchie GitRtvas Lynn Roberts Bob Rugg Bill Russell Clark Sand fK sanay Schaeffer fephanie Schaffer Charlene Schenk Carolyn Schmidtke Don Schneider Diane Schoner Linda Schoner Pat Schumacher Linda Schwenker Karen Seals Pete Sellers Paula Settles Sheryl Shaw Edna Shephard Cheri Shields Julie Shirley Bob Short Theresa Siekierski, Linda Singer » Cheryle Slach Kathy Smith Terry Spaulding Steve Staples Jon Stearman Ron Stene Chris Stoy Cynthia Sutton Linnea Swanson Linda Swift Tim Swift MaraleeTeall Linda Tetrault John Thomas James Thompson anet Thompson r( i readgill _ av obey Michael Tolford ■ Bruce Tomberg F ank Tortofjgi., Mark Trigg CYPRESS JUNIOR COLLTer ' - ' Paul Limon Dennis Pounds Gary Raub James Rosen George Spicer CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGES (Campuses Indicated) Jan Adams, Fullerton Nadine Barter, Humboldt Eddie Bezeg, Fullerton Chris Bowes, jMng Beach TOraxton, Fullerton i Buckmann, San Diego Linda Capo, Fullerton Tom Cecil, Fullerton John Christian, Fullerton Susan Cole, Chico Yvonne Coleman, Fullerton Nancy Cook, San Diego Marion Currie, Fullerton Gail Dalton, Fullerton George Fitzgerald, Fullerton Judy Ford, Fullerton John Goodwin, !, FuHertdrt Janet Gray, Long Beach Jim Griffen, Fullerton Pam Hamersky, Fullerton Lyn Hardy, Fullerton Mary Hedge, Fullerton -MikeHintz, Fullerton Sandy Hoffman, San Diego Bruce Johnson, Fullerton SmK CALIFORNIA STATE CQtL (C Don Jones, San Fr , Ambra King, kKxng J J. Mike Kuester,- " ' Brad Lorton, Cheryl Lundbeir Kng Beach ■ Cynthia Mann. B Diego Jim Mayfiefd.- Brton Dennis Maxey. HBIerton Janet Milby, SajBiego Jim Miller, FflllBon Val McCarthy, pllerton Larry McCloud. n Diego m Mike Newkirk, CM Poly-Po Pam Pastor Mferton Don Rhoad H rton Jeff Ritter, ban ton iTodd ' Tal Poly-Pomon ' ' Susan Triay, San Diego Tim Updyke, Fullerton Tim Wachtel, Fullerton Stan Waddell, Fullerton Patty Wall, San Diego Dennis Wallingsford, Cal Pp(y-Por, NIVERSI (Campu fSJr. ' Santa nta Ba B€ keley atUa Barbara ta Ba San D Jack Gipson, Berkeley Mary Highfill, Irvine David Ingram, Irvine Tom Lauritsen, Davis Mike Liskay, Irvine Chryssa MacCutcheon, Santa Barbara Larry Mason, San Diego Mike Michaud, Davis Anita Oldham, Los Angeles Bob Parker, Irvine Ellen Payan, Irvine Laura Rich, Santa Barbara Hyatt Seligman, Los Angeles Ray Valpey, Berkeley Bert Vandenberg, Berkeley Linny Wortham, Davis Jane Watten, Santa Barbara PRI ATr COLLLGES ANDONrVERSITlEi hris Anderson, Stanford U. e Atkins, Willamette U., Ore. e Barbour, Whitman C, Wash. Barnet, Seattle Pacific, Wash. [Bartle, Arizona Bible C. fa man, Redlands U. esler, Chapman C. ■VI, Carleton C, Minn. in. Pomona C. .j;dh. Bob Jones U., S.C. isenhart, Santa Clau fried, Calif. IjWbe Ore. ,■ STATB gDLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Susan Amott. Northern Arizona U. .wn, Arizona U. Colorado U. orthern Arizona U. , Colorado State C. obson, Arizona U. Maddox, Arizona State U. ave Olson, Colorado U. ill Rake, Colorado U. Roberts, Missouri U. David Stuyvenberg, Arizona State U. Dennis Wormley, Oregon State U. FOREIGN STUDY Bo Ljungberg, Sweden Lokman Metin, Turkey Sonia Sorrell, Japan Gerit Wolfarth, Germany OTHER JUNIOR COLLEGES Scott Grago, Mesa J.C. Mike Belanger, Mt. Sac. J.C. Craig Sengstock, Trinity J.C. TRADE AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS Beckee Acker Stephen Bartlett Gary Darr Dianne Farnsworth Sharron Forbes Kathy Green Dennis Johnson Lydia Luna Oris Pyeatte BsstJuChene, Navy l e Gaines, Navy ' Jay Genovv. Air Martin Gomi Don Hare. Eric Hendrl _ David Hernandez, NationaTGuard Ross Jimenez, Army Jim Lepper, Air Force Tom Moreno, Army Powell Morns, Army Tom Murphy, Navy Jackie Parra, Air Force Randy Peek, Air Force Amado Ronquillo, Navy Botetelith, Air Force DeiMpSmith, Air Force Tirrt tenieh, Navy Robert Walters, Navy Ernie Wise, Air Force FULL-TIPyll Don ftJtentMJr James Barrett .Volanda Bernal Margene Borchert Kenneth Brown Vickie Briney Judi Briski Jana Buehner Larry Coons James Crawford Tim Ellis Linda Fox Carolyn Gates Jesse Gonzales Judy Holm Vicky Holmden Teresa HopoM- David Huff Eric Hurd Andy Koepfer Kathi Lewis Bob Lobo Maureen Lyons Jessie Martindale Keith Middleton Ken Mitchell Annette Moore Rebecca Mosey Chris Payne Bobbie Pietsch Mark Pryor Karen Ragland Susan Rogers Olivia Rueda Susan Slater Mike Standley Barbara Stuart Laurel Van Gilder Cheryl Watson Dennis Wood MARRIAGE apman C? fson. Trinity C. , H ifX) son, George Fox C ,;ndyHolmer, Idaho C. ipr Holmes, U.S.C. Jack, PiJE et Sound U. uarie Jone:., Occidental C. jin-i Kay, Pasadena C. Ann ti.Uywhite. Brigharr, Young U ARMED-SERVICES Agiiiar. rJavy • Martin Aguilar, Air Force Dennis Arnett, Navy Doug Baar, Marines Mark Bann. Navy Donna Caughel), Air Force Efren Cerda, Marines Daniel Coulon, Air Fo e Rogeliobiaz, Marines Bonnie Angell Sharoj Cyst Susi Teresa Draki Patricia Garcia Norman Hickey Evelyn Lohoff .Diana Louden Linda Mauldin Joyce Mcfnnish Kathy Nelson Bob O ' Connor Lynda Oliver ' ' ji[l Pryor A number of people have agreed to ser vt;,, as an " Alumni Secretariat " for , the CLASS of ' 66. ' As- you " move around the world lc( one of these people know your change of address. Vho knows, we may want jS-reunion long before 1991 ' Jane Watten, Sharon Wemke and Gail Dalton have agreed to serve as a supreme triumvirate to co- ordinate ftUure efforts. Names and addresses of the secretariat are below. Gail Dalton— Cal State, Full. 160 Killccest Lane, Full, jggmUri- Dmver U. ■iimiare. Full. Jim Wrar— Prirceton U. 1521 Melody, Full. , Sally Baurnan — Redlands U. 1306 Redgeview Terrace, Full. Chris Merrill— Idaho U. 701 Harrriory Lane, Full. DoligBaar— Service 2514 San Carlos, Full. Chris Anderson — Stanford U. 337 Southgate, Full. Sandee Hoffman — San Diego St. 1126 Comrnonwealth, Full. JaynneAiiison— F.jc. 17651 Sonoma, Yorba.Linda Gaylyn Giemont— F.J.C. 1020Glenwood, Full. Janet Gray— Long Beach State 336W. Knepr. f " " " Dot Owens — F 406E. R ' ossly Vivian Holkesvick— Cal State 629 Princeton Circle East, Full. Priscilla Diaz— F. J.C. 837W. Baker, Full. Mike HIntz— Cal State. Full. 2478 Commonwealth, Full, Judy Jones— F.J.C. 1772 E. Commonwealth, Full. Rick Vanderburg — F.J.C. 636 Princeton Circle East, Fu Greg Vasvar — Redlands U 1230 E. Union, FulL Doug Young— Yale 1218 Valle Vista, Full, Jane Watten — Santa Barbara U. 1312 Sheppard, Full. ■ Sharon Wernke— Cal State W 2513 Clarke, Full. ' i Senior Awards (continued from page 261 ) NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS Chris Bowen and Jim Moar NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS Janice Brown Wayne Eisenhart Bruce Gehrke Randy Gillespie Richard Stack Connie Hulbert Robert Parker Shirley Stoughton Doug Young BANK OF AMERICA— 1st PLACE IN CALIFORNIA MATH AND SCIENCE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SCHOLARSHIP Jim Moar D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEDAL Doug Young BAUSCH AND LOME SCIENCE AWARD Larrv Mason NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION Tom Cecil Vivian Holkesvick Jim Kay Doug Nelson Kathie Nord Laura Rich Jim Rosen Bill Schatsman Robert Stiles Connie Tubbs Judy Wright Ray Valpey EDISON COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP Doug Nelson GEMCO INDUSTRIES AWARD Hyatt Seligman CALIFORNIA SCHOLASTIC FEDERATION LIFE MEMBERS Christine Anderson Chris Bowen Cheryl Brown Janice Brown Carol Duncan Bruce Gehrke Janet Gray Randy Gillespie Anne Lillywhite Fernando Massimino Julia McLean Jim Moar Doug Nelson Kathie Nord Robert Parker Laura Rich Susan Rowan Andrea Smith Richard Stack Bob Stiles Shirlc}- Stoughton Chris Stoy Bruce Tomberg Connie Tubbs Jane Watten Judy Wright Linda Capo Doug Young KIWANIS PERSONAL VALUES AWARD Jim Kay and Janice Brown STATE CHAMPION ORIGINAL ORATORY OUTSTANDING SENIOR SPEAKER FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AWARD Jim Kay DEPARTMENT AWARDS Business Education Gloria Card Arian Award (music) Jeff Ritter French Janice Brown German Bob Stiles Russian Bob Stiles Spanish Anne Lillywhite Home Economics Pat Patterson Art Laraine Boren, Bonnie Barbour Drama Gretchen Blume, Hyatt Seligman SENIOR LIFE MEMBER THESPIANS Gretchen Blume, Robbie Cromwell, and Ambra King KIWANIS VOCATIONAL RECOGNITION AWARDS Agriculture Mike Newkirk Business Ed Becky Moser, Pat Coffer Clothing Jeanne Thompson Foods Peggy Johnson Wood Bob Hornidge Metal Victor Levoit Electronics Dan Waldron Auto Bob Rugg Drafting Vinton Wright Graphic Arts Ken Brown Handicrafts John Hornidge YORBA LINDA WOMAN ' S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Laura Rich, Bill Rake, and Anne Lillywhite FULLERTON P.T.A. COUNCIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SCHOLARSHIP Yvonne Coleman PANHELLENIC SCHOLARSHIP Susan Rowan SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER ' S ORGANIZATION AWARD Jane Watten CLUB OF THE YEAR Biology Club 3 ' - - , v t ' - - . ' - s- --%, ' ■V. V- C5 ' H-- I


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