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

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p ' I !i«-; MgggssgsSg fVlftifht-liii I 1 y y l r« V k kV ' ■■ ' — ' . 2 - v ° J JU $ IADES A Student Publication Fullerton Union High School Fullerton, California 1967 J Theme The life of Fullerton Union High School has been long and full. But alas, the mark of the years is beginning to show. The familiar, everyday sights of F.U.H.S. are beginning to fade away, one by one. We all know that someday F.U.H.S. will be no more. But though the figures may crumble and die, their faces will live on forever in the memory of all those who associated with them. To enable the beauty of our campus to live on forever, we feel it both fitting and proper that the theme of the 1967 Annual PLEIADES be " The Many Faces of F.U.H.S. " - " " " ■ Table of Contents Classes Page 10-37 Faculty Page 40-49 Service Government Page 52-71 Organizations B — . — - m Page 74-1 15 Page 118-169 Activities Sports Page 172-193 Seniors Page 196-241 J I { i J Dedication A school is not made of buildings and tradition alone. It must have people to survive. Buildings need people to bring life to them, and so is the case of F.U.H.S. But needless to say, our buildings do not stand alone. They house the finest teachers and students in the country. Their people are proud and mighty, and fill the school with an overwhelming spirit. Therefore, since the many people of F.U.H.S. are the really vital part of the school, we feel that they should not be left out. So, to all of you here at F.U.H.S. we dedicate the 1967 Annual PLEIADES. For you are the true faces of F.U.H.S. t J 1 Classes Freshmen Steve Galvan President Diane Salturai Treasurer Brent Cannon AMS Representative Janet Lyon Vice President Jane Under Secretary Jill Welch AWS Representative 10 Xavier Armenia Michael Boon Craig Boyer tv Ar Richard Brumley Nancy Alford Debbie Anderseck fs Gary Andersen Diane Atterbury Christine Barlerra Linda Barnhart fc - . Kathy Beck Terry Birdwell Gir.qer Blaci-:bui C ' ' •-■ ' Christine Bouroan 4 Eorlene Boyd ■ Hr • Kathleen Brown Marcio Budarf Randy Bumette Kevin Ander; Karen Bergan Larry Be yd Alison Brickell Calhy Baker l Steve Brody Randy Bro ■■■ e Melinda Burson Rene Calderor 1 Tracy Archipley Kyle Baumon Hal Berry Sheryl Boeglin L i k ii If nt Canno n Richard Cannon Peggy Canon Patty Caradies Patty Carey Sandra Cormelo Robert Carroll Bill Case Steve Catir Dennis Chambers Carol Champaign Jonnie Corbin Vicki Crawford Judy Delp Cathleen Chapman Corolyn Cone Cathy Coughlin Edwin Cochrane Martha Cusack David Codispoti James Cuzzolina Linda Christenst Naren Lonnor _arran Lox Mary Devaney Manuel Diaz ■ ■ z . George Crabi II -J cV.y Cooper V Richard Davis Sandra Dimond Jeffe Drummond Cheri Durfee Dawna Eastwood Joseph Difilippo Donna Edwards C ' " ' I yl C :■ 1 1 in; Denise Cope Roland Crawford Lorraine Delatorre Tanis Edwards 12 Deborah Elkins Doug Ford Rodney Garcia Clydell Glaze Debbie Eller t.fe Louie Filodelfio Karen Frye Gayle Gmeiner Chuck Gray f$ Gary Elliott Julian F itchett ? Vtl Don Fitzpatrick Laurie Gates Kathryn Gerdes Diana Griffin Susan Ferguson Gloria Ferrante Win Espin jzo tS Roland Gonzales Thomas Gore Henry Evans MBMHH Heidi Fogo Connie Gibson Dee Figueroa Ricky Garcio Scott Gibson Patricia Groffius Julie Gustafson Zulema Gustavesc Linda Gutierrez Gary Guysi Karen Haddon Heather Haith Wayne Grubbs Reiny Gunther Teresa Honnon Wendy Hansen ■ Hanvey s Steven Harbour Jess Hardy Jim Hayden Janice Haynie Kevin Heoly Anne Henderson Joey Hernandez Debi Hobbins Linda Hogaboon Steven Holguii Reld Holkesvick A.-5S Melody Hunt " It ki len Hose Lynn Howell - i Roxanne Jacobson KJW Stephen Hume . v Nj ' - Jerry Jaimes Candice Jorrett Patricia Johnson Catherine Joyce e i Patry Jurodo Laura Kabler v J Kathy Keller Philip Keller George Kelley Dorlene Keneley Russell Kennedy Mc Shan " Kern William Kidd I rgene Ktme ■ Daniel Kupersmith Mark Lambert Peggy r lemen Victoria Lotto Steve Louritsen 14 Daphne LoVigne 9 Gory Little Barbara Lunnon Robert Mardis George Martinez Ron Maxey 1,1 i David Melendez Jerry Lohoff p! Raenette Luslc Edward Marquez Irene Martinez Charles McAlister Holley McKell n Lowton A i Patty Martz Lindsay McCall 1 Lionel Melendez Carolina Melguza Terrence Lomhcir Ronnied Magness Dione Magnuson Betty McCoy Richard Leicht Ki nneth Lorze ir " .!;, ' I .. ' I ' , Carole Lyon Becky Mai lory Robert Mason mKfc WE Mike McNerny James Meehan Maiy Ley da Frank Lugo Jnnet Lyon Thomas Manley Pamela Martir Shoriden McDowell Elizabeth McFarland William Meek Ro hel Lugo n « bert Mabrj Wayne Manning Mary Motu Don Mclntyre I ' ■ ' eig John Merriam April Merritt 15 Jim Myers Jeanne Neuholfen Eileen Payon . ' ' - Yolonda Moreno Michael Mori hi ■i ' ) ■ :■ r G ' - Richard Pol lores Diana Morales Angela Mori Sandy Nevins Nadine Norton John O ' Malley Cheryl Orrmoyer Carol Pearce Deborah Pedlov. Andrea Peroles Mary Morales Joy Morris Enoch Negrete Lyndon Ostensen 4 Mary Moseley Raul Negrete Lydia Moreno 1 Patsy Parro % Martha Moreno Victor Munoz Charlotte Nixt 6 John Ogren Kent Pogel Kristi Peterson ■regory rhillips Marlene Pinger Lynda Poch Marianne Post Guy Postlethwaite 14 16 Michael Purkey Paul Rasmussen f Margaret Quinlivon Gregory Richord Nancy Schaum Christine Schroeder Vicky Reed Joann Richard! Joseph Romano D: ug Reid James Roye s Robert Schubert Philip Powers Rachelle Range! Carrie Rijtcel Virginia Rodriguez Diana Sambrono Robert Reinhardr Michael Ruedo ' Tony Sombrano Donald Prindle Alice Renfrow f Gilberta Rojas Rozanne Runberg Robert Sanchez k Ken Kasmussen Alan Robertson James Russel I Ruth Schatzman Debbie Schultz Donna Schultz Michele Schumacher Ted Schumacher JJ JI Karen Scofield Pamela Scofield Deon Seidlitz Michael Sell Jeanne Sellers Clark Semple Linda Sengsrock Helen Serrano u r • • Greg Spronger rr Danny Slock Robert Stoffieri Barbara Snook Bruce Shoemaker Ricardo Soli: S 1 Kent Sollenberger Terry Stebbins Afton Stephens John Stephenson Martha Sternberg Robert Stevenson W Rondy Sti ffler Guy Stipe Barbara Stocker Judy Stockton Ricky Stoughton Kathy Stoy Gale Stoyanovich Samuel Stradley Diane Strarman Rocky Strickland Teddy Stud ley Janet Summerford David Sundvold Catherine Swartz Kathy Tafollo Verilee Thompson « Charles Thomson Russell Teasdole Not Pic Wayne Coats Steve Dean David F lores Christy Hood Robert Knapp Joanne Lee Paul Madrid Jomes McDonald Mark Tomlinson Mario Villanueva Marie Wallace Debbie Wendel Steve ■ ' . 1 1 le) lured T!m Paul Ralph Pratt Carlos Sargent Jim Stevenson Gory Valdez Kent Wolters Cheryl Webb James Vong Jerri Williams Robert Valenzuela Marlies Vandenberg Cynthia Vanko Virgil Word George Wilman Michael Wood M Mary Wether! I ft j - Teresa Woody £$ Jessie Vargos £V 6ftkv . ' • ' ■•• ' ' Bruce Braunstein Joe Vargas L ' ent Weindling Jean Wiseman : :.ber( Cartel Pam Rataezyk P Micheal Walker Roger Yount William Fairgrieve Phillip Vosquez _.- Steve Woolery Monica Wooten Emeriann Yarber £) O ' 19 Sophomores John Newell Vice President Chris Hill S ecretary Sandy Ritchie Treasurer Fred Bauman AMS Representative Lois Starkey AWS Representative 20 Cheryl Anderson Carol Anderson Bob Boyd Linda Bracken Bruce Campbel I Sylvia Aguilar A ' ,-. Balsitis Leslie Branam I in..),] AlJu. ■ Rachoel Chavira Linda Anderson ' .yk in Anrirndariz Luis Ar A endy Brool nian Nancy Butcher Trunin I I All. ,, Luis Benavides Judy Bostian Dick Brotherron Frances Button ; " Rand Christensen Rati ii I Borni -.. ' . ' ■■ir- ; a Bendei Shel ley Browns Nancy Calhoon Christy Chamberlin Leroy Chambers ft 21 Kothryn Farquhar Scott Fredrickso Catherine Corbin » - Virginia Davidson Jay Easiey ikMfc non rrench Alice Espinozo Cecelia Fazio Terry Fernandez Morie Delozier Phyllis Drew Robert Eastman Gretchen Eaton k% Richard Grant Kristo Crobill Martin Delpozo Donald Gerdes Joyce Green Michael Evons Pom Finney Robert Goosman fc e ' f L Allan Eqberl Janice Grumet Vickie Dhyse Melinda Duke Hilda Ellzarde P) Susan Everett Charles Foirweafher Ronald Flamion Steve Frasier o James Gustafson ' Stephanie Hankinsoo 22 $ Wayne Hart rion Helvey 1 v GaM Hudspeth Bruce nennig I., , Hjff-ar Roger Humrich Allen Johnson ■ Kenneth Jones Steve Hardy t Danny Hughes 6 „ Robbie Johnson Kathi Kinsley u Louise Kipe Gloria Haughn Erma Hernandez kuce Holzgrafe Stephen Josephson Michael Juarez Martha Kahler Steve Heape Luis Hernandez f% Pat Heidemon Robert Herold Nancy Howard Chorles Humdy . j«r J; -r i-: r Duane Harrison Gary Heller Norman High Sherry Hume Margot Ingouf Geraldine Jc : : Joe Jautequi Ricky Kaihara Doug Knudson Carol Kohlenberge 5 it Lowson » S - ' V E Stephen Marti Victoria McCants Donald Morrison S -am arc he Janice Lawyer it Wesley Lyon (TVt ' -- Michael Mierntk Gary Lonkforc waller Lechmon ' . ' ■:. ' , ' . ' i Christina Marline; William McCauley Barry Nelson Dennis Lape Jakob Mueller Wvtet Larry Nelson Curtis Lesemon Jeanetle Lisler Jeanne McNicol 111 Katherine Murphy Deidra Lavigne Cecelia Marmulejo Frank Martinez Roberf Moreno ft A Deborah Nevius Bobby Mocdonold ft Joan Marquette Scott Mason Alfonso Melgoza Gloria Morris Mi ke Myers Jul i ' .i Leper Joann Mackey Dovid Matsuyoma ' . .) Gordon Mellis T -df Nazario Ne Carole Newkirk 24 k ' amona Iune2 Carlos Rivera •s ib Diane Sharsky Clifford Pasco Suzanne Patton L 7 V- J Jv " i L Robert Pollack Daniel Poole Debra Roening Michael Samuel 4 ' Steve Sharsky Robert Newkirk Lynda Rojas Raelyn Schultz Seferino Nielo Gayle Nixon Dennis O ' Hara Paul Olivares Ermalinda Perales Ik ll Borbera Richardson Robin Ridley Paul Schumache M t Polly Norby Louie Pyle Jonel C ' Neal KW.. ft Charlene Revell Kothy Riggs Guadelupe Rincon Cynthia Rucker Gary Plambeck f) David Reyes f;j b afford Lynn Severns 25 . ■eorman Dorothy Varnui ■ o Anthony Vosquez Richard Q Edward . War! T , .; Sandra Vi llegas Jimmy Williams EH 1 IB HM Trent Spencer Dione Stee: : Carol Stephenson Kothy Stewart . jare: Jonelle Sullivan Steven Thomas ertha Wilman Lois Starkey Kathy Stinson Edward Voccia Cynthio Thompson Rick- Valenzuela Kathryn Wickett Joonie Wilson Jessie Voquera Cynthio Waddell Patrick Woddell ird Dale Wight Sally Wilson Paul Szajna Cynthia Tagalicod Sondra Vargos Greg Wi lliams 26 J Martha Young Marie Woodson Vfc Mary Baltz Joseph Woolery Patricia Woimley Carol Wright Janet Wright Julie Wygal 1 Walt Kreimeier ? I . mwL Darlo Wilkins 2o luniors Ricky Massimino President Shelley Wiseman AWS Representative 29 Manuel Aldaco Joey Anderseck Randoll Andersen " ' •ternolt I Ik 1 --■ i Gory Beaver Susan Barletia I " ' - J. Janet Beckham Steven Beckham Robby Beemon Jonelle Bqrtcyi Rexene Blackley Garry Boyd Donald Boyd Bruce Bracket! F lorence Burks ' - Worren Bramletr Robert Burmeister Hugh Christensen Harold Brownell Rebecca Byerly Susan Carlisle Michael Cleveland Nellie Anita Couch William Coulfe K3I Shei la Crabtree Jonathan Brewer Artres; ' - T Timothy Buhl Cynthia Compron Sandra Cech Raymond Chapman ' . ' ; 1 Barbara Criswell 30 Christopher Dobbs Tim Doiley Lupe Delgado Susan Denn Sherry Fort Joseph Gerrick Sharon Green Marilynn Egbert Steve Eller Kenneth Grotner ' W i Paul Dovis Patrick Dougherty Michael Dower Deniie Duchene I Don Evans Gregory Fangerow Phyllis Faulkner Glendo Frank Hilda Fuentes irbara Geftrnan Guy Giemont Kathryn Oeon Art Dearen Suzanne Dever Robert Dhyse F DicHord Dudf J.: hn Enders -• » Reyes Epp Forfino Gallo Marilyn Gilliam Jill Gipson Doug Graham James Graham Larry Gromacki Duane Hoddon Alan Hakes n f) V Stanley Goggans Jim Grave Dolores Delotorre ft Dennis Dia z Barbara Dieckmonn f V Patrick D Sandra Dunham Rod Eddleman " V Peggy Erickson Reyes Estrella Damas Fernadez Robert Fisher Lance Forsyth Patrick Galvan Christina Ga Shirley Gray Raynette Holvorsen 31 1 I Linda Harkins Diane Harrison Peggy Hart Carol Haynie Christine Heise Bernobe Hernandez Roland Hernandez Peggy Johnson Melindc Juenemann ° Terry Kleir Teresa Johnson Rebecca James Vicki Johnson Cheryl Jones « Wayne Kemmerer Mori Holmes Teresa Huffman Jimmie Jarami I lo Tyler Holmes Nanette Hopkin fcf iTk Phillip Jeffries Henrietta Hunter Marilyn Iverson Douglas Jennings Winnyc Jones James Knapp Adelle Koetje Adrianus Kroonenburc William Kuttne Ronald Lamorche Pou! Lamborne r " Gregg Larock ' Lawrence Larsen Karen Leonard Francis Levi David Leyda 32 Raymondo Lopez -. Shannon Neville AS Dorlene Nunez n Alice Limom Mory Lotze John Wassimino Judith Marram fcr Kathleen Mcllwain Mitchell Meod % John Miller Chrisfianne . ' Anne Newell Darrell Mansfield Vinginio Long Dalia Looe; Primo Moravel Odana Moxey 1 V Daniel Mayhew Celeste Merrell Clara Morales Johnnie Oliver Margaret O ' Rouke kt Richard Lyon i v •Villiam Morquardt Donna Middleton ft Constance ' %4 Michael Nictless ird Nielsen Lynne Osborne _ynthia Mabry K»ifil Carol McAuliffe Gary McConnaughay 3 ■ Thomos Osl 33 Roddy Raub Carol Petes Carey Picquelle P i fc John Prin William Prouse David Prutzman Kactene Rauhut Eleanor Roberts David Robinson Scott Pagel Rebecca Reynolds Raymond Rhey Michael Rhodes Steven Richard Mai j Rom 3 Albert Sambrano Florenlino Sandovol Christine Shriver Michael Shute ft Kelly Silvas Pamela Pankratz Cathy Poling David Quezada ' i V Cathy Parker Angelina Rosales Patricia Rucker ■; ' 4 Julia Perez Deborah Peterson Margarita Ponce Laura Postlethwoite Chai ene Reed Bonnie Reid 1 Woyne Ritchie Cynthia Reynold 1 Leslt 1 Richards Mary Rivera James Scarpino Judy Simpson I . ' i ' .JI ■] .I. ' . ' vt Chris Squires Larry Thomas Sally Valenzuela Daniel Watkins ■ W Sharon Stebbins Joe Sykes Robert Tipton ' I Marc Vanderburg j3 V i i Kei Whorley k ' Linda Woods M. SH. Bob Tcosdale Theodore Vasquez Ronald . ' . ' ennerberg Andre- ' . Scott Thayer Dana Umstot Sue Vendrill ¥ rdson Georgonne Pat Spindle Dennis Thomas Julie Valenzuela ■ Rene WerhriM Shelley Wiseman John Woody Frank Workman ■ John Wright : 35 ■ A Da -, Hedl " ii Eddie Chamber: Nan Cuzzolina Audrey Neaton Chuck Former Christina Floan Dawn Hedlund Kathy Recla Not Pictured Linda Banderas Gloria Bernal Linda Bohannon Dan Bowen Kathy Buehner Vernon Christians Charles Drew Rose F lores Richard Gorland Albert Gomez Robert Gomez G lorio Haughn Robert Hornidge Mary Howe Gerald Hurwitz Michaelyn Jones Pat Lohoff Jim Mertz Renee Moye Mary Rank Caryl Solberg Larry Wilhelm Patricio Ybarra Gary Walters Jeff Weighrman 36 3 " 38 r ' Faculty and Administration 39 From a student ' s freshman year through his senior year, he is confronted daily by our amiable Principal, Mr. Cruickshank. Each day, we are reminded about future events and our responsibilities as a part of the student body. Not only does he instill in us re- sponsibility, but he assumes the extremely difficult role of leadership through the " Spirit of ' 67. " Admini - k vf fi% i 1 Mr 5| HiL 40 Mr. Robertson Vice Principal and Dean of Students stration Mr. Jackson Student Activities and Attendance Supervisor Mr. Miller Dean of Guidance Mrs. Spears Dean of Instruction Not Pictured Mrs. M.V. Mr. Lloyd Mr. Louis ■ Mr. Harold Mr. M elvin Mr. Howard Aldrich Alford Armijo Beddows Bennett Bergman Shorthand Algebra Business Office A gebra Special Typing Math Practice Eaucation Mr. Arthur Bookkeeping General Mrs. Virqinia World Mrs. Marqrajean Boster Typing Business C ables History Bonilla Agriculture Mr. Keith } World F rench Coaching Spanish (_y History French Bradshaw Mr. William General Lite Mr. George Campbell Science Burt World General Bioloqy 1 Business Basic History Bookkeeping Math Typing Faculty Mr. Hugo De Groot Driver Education Mr. Oswald Mrs. Margaret Driver Egertson Chaconos Mr. Lee Miss Edly Training Mr. Eldred Basic English Coppick English Miss Vernie Mr. Norman M r. Wayne Day Coaching Douglas Math Mrs. Vera Ferraris Cottom Economics Daniels Bioloqy Physical Education Mr. Neal G i b by General Math Chemistry Mrs. Louise Basic Ford Mr. George Mr. Vernon Mr. Marvin Physical Mr. William Gillette Math Physical Fowler Frederick Freitag Education Gienapp Geometry Algebra Education English Agriculture English Coaching Geometry Algebra 4? ; , fcfrl Mr. James Mr. James Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Marian Mr. C. Ray Mr. Duane Hamner Hines Hoien Hunnex Johnson Johnson Drafting English Homemaking Home Special Publications Wood Shop Clothing Management Education Speech Mrs. Elizabeth Home Debate Mr. Lindell Joy Mr. Roy Furnishing Mr. Donald Jones World Kawagoe Child Knorr Mr. Ray World History Health Care Spanish Lawyer History Education Foods Driver U.S. Education History Mrs. Margaret Kessler Library Experience Driver Training Mr. Jack Leyda Music Ensemble Concert Band English Mr. Donald Oseid English Mr. Roger Mrs. Margery Mr. Lawrence Logan Mcintosh Myers General Mr. Edwin Journalism Russian Mr. Carl Math Mcintosh English German Nelson Physics Mr. Roger Pembroke World History Mr. Matthew Mantz English Mr. Charles German Miss Frankie Phillips Concert Choir Mrs. Irene Randall Drawing Painting Exploratory French Mr. Gary Read Driver Training Exploratory Wood Graphic Arts Mr. Barton Miss Dorothy Newton English Driver Peters Girls Art Driver Redfern Mr. Arnold Training Stage Chorus World Education Trigonometry Sanchez Study Craft Boys History Study College Exploratory Hall English Chorus Pen Ink Hall Math Metal Coaching Drama English 3 Dimensional Coaching Geometry Metal Pictured 43 Mrs. Winifred Miss Maxine Mr. David Mr. Roger Miss Aria Delle Miss Carolyn Semans Shurtz Skelly Slocum Smith Smith Enqlish Physical English Basic Exploratory Clothing Latin Education Math Art Foods Miss Priscilla Science Commercial Mr. Robert Miss Elva Tarr Art Mr. Robert Strange Swoffer U.S. Mr. Gil Design Van Voorhis U.S. Physical History Tucker Physical History Education Physical Mr. George Education Education Van Vliet Coaching Coaching Physical Education Coaching 1Aj Mr. Verne Wrightson Mr. John Driver Vetter Miss Helen Mr. H. M. Mrs. Norma Mr. Ray Mr. Robert Training Auto Walker Wareberg Wilson Winter Wood Driver Shop Nurse Civics English Handicrafts Spanish Education Not Pictured 44 An Appl The Teacher 45 Counselors j Mr. Bice ' " fT 1 Mrs. M urray Mrs. Schwar+i " May I help you? " This is the very familiar expression used around the counseling office. Where would a student be with- out his valuable aids? In order to alleviate his problems, a student is continually seeking advice from one of the " BIG FOUR. " And each counselor attempts to guide students to their vocational goals. y Mr. Ridge 4c Secretaries Mrs. Trust Counseling Office Mrs. Stephenson Registrar Mrs. Moerlcen Mr. Cruiclcshank ' s Office Mrs. Frank Attendance Office 4 Staff Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Curry, Machine Management Mr. Reynoso, Mr. Mills, Mr. Hurtado, Custodial Management Mr. Hertel. Auditorium Management stwm. i Mr. David Rock, Mr. Robert Swindle, Mr. Bob Smirl, Bus Drivers Mrs. Dunham, Bookstore Management Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Blankmeyer, Mrs. Shaw, Cafeteria Management 48 4 H K i 1 t . 4m ft V v JCN I «. M " fl I 1 ftiAL FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES SEATED: Mr. Merrill K. Steele, Mrs. N. A. Begovich, Clerk; Mr. Walter E. Smith. STANDING: Mr. Emblen N. Cooke, M.D., Mr. J. Franklin Sullivan, President. District Administration FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS Mr. John D. Renley, Administrator, Personnel Services; Mr. John W. Mann, Deputy Super- intendent — Instructional Services; Mr. Harold L. Throop, Jr., Business Manager — Business Services. Dr. Leonard L. Murdy District Superintendent 4 ' ; m J . ■ » ' -. B " - ' i- ' v-:. MM ■ Zi ' ifl;- ' v V ' V -sVVi ir - ' .- ' •W: ' " HHHHi 50 2 Service and Government J LX 51 A M S CABINET MEMBERS FROM LEFT: Fred Bauman, Mark Nelson. Bill Harris, Mike Beard. NOT PIC- TURED: Steve Nelson, Bret Cannon. Beginning in September the AMS carried out one of their yearly tasks, the Freshman boys ' Orienta- tion. Another job of the AMS was to choose the Man of the Month. An assembly featuring an auto safety movie, the car show, and the second annual car rally climaxed the year ' s program. Chris Smith, President Checking a road map proved helpful when the AMS members began planning their annual cor rally. 52 Planning for Girl Date was a major activity for A.W.S. Following the tradition set in past years, the first AWS event was the Big and Little Sister Tea. The Father and Daughter Ban- quet, something new this year in the way of AWS activities, was enjoyed by all. The an- nual Girl Date Dance, the time in which the girls got the opportunity to ask that special boy, was the biggest success yet. Other ac- tivities included a car wash with the AMS and sponsoring an assembly. Gayle Keefer, President A W S FRONT ROW: Dee Dee Delatorre, Shelley Wiseman, Lois Starlrey, Jean Thompson, Nancy Smith. ROW 2: Marsha Taylor, Gayle Keefer, Janet Steele, Connie McGraw, Jill Welch, Mary Diekman. 53 f Executive Board Although the end of another year has come, it is just the be- ginning of a new destiny for all members of the Tribe. The con- tributions of each student for the school can also indicate what he has done for himself. In the hearts of each of us, 1967 will either be remembered as just another year in history, or as an " experience " never to be forgotten. Moreover, it is not even im- portant that the year itself, 1967, be remembered, but rather, that the experiences encountered during that year, good or bad, have all been directed toward bettering each of us. Although for many of us this is good-bye to each other and the school, the events and activities that have taken place will always be with us. A personal thanks to each of you for making 1967 a year to be recalled with pride. Spiritedly, ftficvS Paul Archipley ASB President 54 ' o- i L-E I -aA v Linda Fredriclcson Secretary Dave Donnenfield Vice President Chuck Hiqh Treasurer Gayle Keefer AWS President Carol Jones iCC Chairman The work of the Executive Board began last summer with the planning of various activities and the discussions on stu- dent body probfems. Many improvements of our campus are direct results of the Board ' s work. ?tXM ST- " O-VlMiMClA. UrV.lY Chris Smith AMS President Sandy Gess Publicity Chairman The Executive Board was Involved In many discussions. " — SEHtlHUS £ F L " - s% wk Iff]] A jT yE T " p !WJ| 4 D 1 Carol Voc cia Pep Chairman Velda Krelmeier Production Chairman Joann Carlisle Social Chairman 55 Ex-Officio Officers FRONT ROW: Marci Jjbala. Ed Humenny, Chris Johnson, Cinde Raub, John Watts, Nancy Hall. ROW 2: Kelley Moser and Rick Massimino. NOT PICTURED: Jeff Sunderman and Ginny Long. The Ex-Officio Board members, while not having a direct vote, took an active part in student government as members of the Executive Board. They took part in discussion and proved to be flexible in handling prob- lems found on campus. For the second time Fullerton was represented at meeting of the California Association of Student Congress. Board members studied important problems. Cinde Raub, Kathy Maurin, Marya Maddox, Danny Stunltard, Jeanne Thomson, Steve Galvin. 56 Election Board FRONT ROW: Dannie Hayes, Suzy Dever, Pam Tanner, Marc! Jubala. ROW 2: Chris Johnson, Sandy Gess, Jon Hill. NOT PICTURED: Mark Keiserman. The Election Board, headed by Nancy Hall, put in many hours at the polls making it possible for the students to vote at any time during the day. After the polls closed, the tedious job of counting and re- cording the votes was done swiftly and accurately. Nancy Hail Chairman The Election Board hard at work. ; 7 »-.» FRESHMEN: Ean Felmly, Don White, Jim Kruse, Steve Galvan, Patty Coraties, Brad Stephanson, Cindy Lozis, Kevin Healy, Bruce Shoemaker, Debbie Eller, Karen Rietcel, Diana Griffin. SENIORS: Joyce Zednilt, Rosanne Fornwolt, Patti Bunnell, Rita Reno, Jessie Dean, Pam Tanner, Judy Beckham, Sylvia Lyon, Velda Kreimeier, Christa SchneN, Alan Leonard, Kelly Moser, Steve Busby, John Pilger, Dave Donnenfield. SOPHOMORES: Steve Thomas, Paul Safford, Tania Omalev, Bob Bales, Lou Kipe. Tom Starltey, Ron Mariia JUNIORS: Ted Vasquez, Kathy Dean, Sue Vendrell.v Ann Jacks, Vicki Young, Alice Moreno, Nellie Cooper, Barbara FaTra, " Guy Giemont, Suzi Barletta, Frank Workman, Dolores Delatorre, Rick Massimino. Dave Donnenfield ASB Vice President Student Congress Ably directed by our excellent administration and student body vice president, Dave Donnenfield, Student Congress proved to be a constructive and useful organization. For the first time Student Congress representatives were elected on a semester basis. With this new arrangement the Student Congress was able to represent the student body efficiently and fairly. This year the parking problem which had plagued Fullerton so long was solved. The representatives also grappled with the campus trash problem and helped raise money for new band uniforms. 58 FRESHMEN: Janice Haynie, Diana Griffin, Jean Sellers. Caran Cox, Mike Jones, Larry Boyd, Pafty Jurado, Darrel Rhea, Jay Morris, Anne Henderson, Jim Cuziolina, Mike Morelli, Gary Elliott. SENIORS: Ron Dale, Moe Sim, Mike Kadera, Pam Tur- ner, Mo Quinlivan, Jessie Dean, Patti Bunnell, Stephanie Gaines, Pat Dilley, Stuart Haynie, Terry Childs, Sandy Gess. SOPHO- MORES: Cinde Raub, Paul Safford, Deanne Jones, Lynn Sev- erns, Lou Kipe, Jill Wilson, Wayne Watten, Martin Del Pozo. JUNIORS: Joanne Stiles. Elaine Little, Sue Vendrell, Peppe Pankratz. Frank Workman, Suzi Barletta, Bob Burmeister, Kathi Buchner, Ted Vasquez, Sherry Fort. Student Court Under the leadership of Jeff Sun- derman, the Student Court did a fine job of maintaining justice on campus. Their work included trying all cases concerning violations of school laws and interpreting the school constitu- tion. They combined both new and old methods in doing their work as efficiently as possible, remembering that truth and justice came first. Jeff Sunderman Chief Justice K P Brad Doane Associate Justice Don Evans Associate Justice Peggy Erickson Clerk Shelley Wiseman Associate Justice Steve Nelson Associate Justice Ralph Appy Bailiff Lynn Wolfe Associate Justice Chris Norby Associate Justice J9 Joann Carlisle Chairman Most of this year ' s dances were festively adorned by Joann Carlisle and her able decora- tion committee. Among the dances that were decorated were Homecoming and some of our stag. Social Committee " McAulay and friends. ' FRONT ROW: Linda Marcoux, Maureen Sim, Carol McAuliffe, Ann Jacks. Marci Jubala. ROW 2: Anne Newell, Cindy Lawrence, Connie McGraw, Joann Carlisle. Becky Franks, Julie Robertson. ROW 3: Marcia Way, Terry Childs, Jan Button, Sue Beckman. UNPICTURED: Terry Lauritsen, Cindy Thompson, Joy Morris, Rosslyn Christensen, Velda Kreimeier, Bruce Revell, Nancy Calhoun. 60 Ticket Committee Chuck High Chairman The Ticket Committee, under the fine leader- ship of A.S.B. Treasurer, Chuck High, had a very successful year. They were in charge of selling tickets for our school functions, and you could always find them selling Student Body Cards or game tickets in the Wampum Wagon at lunch. Mike Tobey, Terry Childs. and Mark Nelson eagerly ex- change tickets for money. FRONT ROW: Chairman Chuck High, Jeanne Thompson, Wayne Ritchie, Marcio Taylor, Jon Hi Terry Childs, Chris Johnson. ROW 2: Mike Evans. Mike Tobey, Mark Nelson. Publicity Committee Sandy Gess Chairman Sandy Gess and the many helpful Indians on the Publicity Committee helped in keeping our school well informed throughout the year. They were involved in many activities such as keeping the bulletin boards in the Breezeway and on the Chapman-Pomona corner interesting and up-to- date. The committee also carried on correspon- dence with the F.U.H.S. Foster Child, Li Suet Woh, from Hong Kong. 1 — ■ - 1 - L_l -ZTT L L _ i i Sherry Fort, Sue Wilson, Barbara James, Sandy Gess, Mo Sim. 62 Assembly Committee Velda Kreimeier Chairman Under the guiding hand of Velda Kreimeier, this year ' s Productions Chairman, the Assembly Committee continued to present Fullerton Union High School with the highest quality assemblies, that not only proved entertaining but educa- tional. The year ' s assemblies varied from John God- dard to Homecoming Royalty to the ever popu- lar Drama assembly. With Velda Kreimeier guiding them, and Sandy Gess cooling them off. the assembly committee got the job done. FRONT ROW: Velda Kreimeier, Chairman; Julie Turner, Joann Carlisle and Marie Keisermann. ROW 2: Ann Safford, Stephanie Hankinson, and Sandy Gess. 63 " t«n_Jntks7 Bonnie Brown, Lynn Wolfe, Becky Franks, Elaine Little, Claudia Schubert, K " k ' jrh " !- " " Carol Voccia, Chris Hiese, Judy Matteson, Marci Jubola, Gail Brenner. O j,m . Cv The Rally Committee, headed by Carol Voccia, did a fine job in sparking school spirit and encouraging our teams on to many victories. After the committee ' s Wednesday meetings, the campus took on a different look as posters of every descrip- tion hung from any available trash can or wall. Rally Committee busily at work painting posters Rally Committee Carol Voccia Chairman 64 I.C.C. MEMBERS: Kathy Amott, Paul Archipley, Bill Barr, Nancy Bates, Clark Brody, Cindy Christensen, Roslyn Christensen, Dede Delatorre, Suzy Dever, Bill Ferguson, Buzz Field, Roseann Fornwalt, Steve Galvan, Jon Hill, Earle Ingalls, Carol Jones, Mike Kadera, Gayle Keefer, Ginny Long, Roger Manuel, Ricky Massamino, Kelly Moser, Steve Nelson, Chris Norby, Polly Norby, John Pilger, Maureen Quinlivan, Cinde Raub, Chris Smith, Noncy Smith, Andy Strenk, Liso Thomas, Jeannie Thompson, Julie Turner, Susie Vendrell, Bryant Welles. The Inter-Club Council, headed by Carol Jones, consisted of all the club presidents on campus. Club problems were discussed and so- lutions to these problems were sought. Alto- gether, the Inter-Club Council endeavored to make each club on campus a better one. I.C.C. members were involved in many heated discussions. Inter-Club Council Carol Jones, Chairman. 65 Nancy Bates, Historian; Connie McGraw, AWS Representative; Kathy Dean, Secretary; Judy Matt- son, Treasurer; Gail Chamberlin, Vice President. Cindy Christensen, President Idakas Under the efficient leadership of Cindy Christensen, this year ' s Idakas had a very successful year. Collecting money for the Christmas March of Dimes, dusting the tro- phy cases, and serving at sports banquets were among many of their useful activities. Students watched as new Idakas were initiated. FRONT ROW: Carol McAuliffe, Velda Kreimeier, Vicki Young, Cathe Averett, Carol Jones, Judy Mattson, Jan Goodwin, Sue Beclcman, Connie McGraw, Gail Pam Tanner, Carol Voccia. ROW 2: Kathy Dean, Joann Carlisle, Marcia Way, Marlene Smith, Barb Chamberlin, Kathy Maurin Terri Clark, Glenda Frank Sowder, Judy Beckham, Gayle Keefer, Nancy Bates, Janet Steele, Christa Schnell Gwen Gardiner, Cindy Christensen. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Amott, Susie Car lisle. Marilyn Gilliam, Marya Maddox. 66 Mike Kadera ruled Key Club. Other officers are Jon Hill, Secretary; Bill Harris, Treasurer: Dave Donnenfield, Vice President, and Mr. Burt, Advisor. Key Club Under the leadership of Mike Kadera, Key Club met and served the school and community in many ways. Some of Key Clubs many community services were park- ing cars at the Muckenthaler Culture Cen- ter and at the opening of the Titan Thea- ter. Presents for our Chinese orphan girl, ushering back to school night, and helping at Freshman Orientation were some o f their " around the school projects. " In terms of service, education, and satisfac- tion, it was a successful year. Key Club board met and discussed important business. FRONT ROW: Jeff Sunderman, Wayne Watten, Martin Del Pozo, Vint Wright, John Newell, Brian Helvey. John Wright, Larry Schroeder. Ed Humenny. ROW 2: Scott Wright, Bob Bales, Craig Styles, Gary Beaver, Yogi Ogren, Paul Archipley, Spyder Smith, Randy Anderson, Bill Coulter, Roddy Roub, Dan Bowen, Guy Giemont, Rict Massimino, Scott Gerick, Steve Nelsen, Mike Tewalt, Bruce Harris, Bill Fergeuson, Randy Rhea. The American Field Service is an organization for promot- ing world understanding by sponsoring students from other lands to come to live with families in the United States. The organiza- tion also helps to send American students abroad during the summer. This year ' s F.U.H.S. chapter of the A.F.S. enjoyed a wonderful year of getting to know more about life in other coun- tries, and finding paths to better understanding with our over- seas neighbors. Ginny Long. President American Field Service Janet Wood, Secretary; Wayne Ritchie, Treasurer. Unpictured, Gina Wood, Vice-Pres- ident. Bob Teasdale, Russ Teasdale, Bill Kuttner, Christa Schnell, Pat Wiese, Chris Floan, Pam Sutton, Julie Turner, Janet Wood, Linda Fredrickson, Ed Humenny, Carol McAulifte. 63 My year at F.U.H.S. was so full of wonderful things. In the lines below, I will try to tell you about some of the things I liked best. But don ' t forget, it would take this whole book to list them all. Friends — I cannot count them all. Everybody I met has proved to be my friend. Understanding my problems — Everybody tried to help me. Lunch — My favorite period. Language — Oh boy, the slang! (But I learned it.) Lnglish — A great course and Mr. Oseid a marvelous teacher. Red and White — My favorite colors. Rah! Tasted tacos and hamburgers — I liked them. Open campus. Nothing ' s better than Senior Corner. Christo Schnell, A.F.S. Exchange Stu- dent from Austria. I gained ten pounds. Neat boys — You can have lots of fun with them. Dangerous buildings — They had to be condemned, but it still is the prettiest school in the district. I ' ll try to come back. A.F.S. — The best club on campus. Never forget me, as I ' ll never forget you. School spirit — Better than any other school. Steve Cook. Wayne Ritchie, Scott Pagel, Larry Wright, Vicky Young, Jeanne Thompson, Elaine Wood, Kathy Chavira, Sylvia Aguilar. 69 J ycenwo Although the distance from Vienna, Austria, to Fullerton is great, the cul- ture and people were linked through the common bond of Christa Schnell. At first the switch from Austria to California was a big change but she soon became acquainted with our many customs, thanks to the help of her American sister, Terry Childs. Here she is with her American family, the Childs. 70 " Sign My Annual, Please. M -73 J Ar tLSi ■: wJl j v3 ' ' ° ? 3 11 L C -l ( K u c1 no 1 Y)ve -u U _ o jJ : 0 ■ £ A W 7 W++ + Btt Aw.3 IfcMftt MtM J 6bh «» He Pc% 5 UIUnu Rl 7 La fee - OO Mp- " 3 " Us t H.VjcJ o ' iII let Oi ' q Jt »ers Organizations 73 Clark Brody, President Carol Voccio, Treasurer; Larry Frederick, Vice President; Sue Doseff, Secretary Art Club Members embark on a trip to Irvine College. The purpose of the Art Club, which is to honor worthy and interested art students, and give them a chance to further develop their talents, was thoroughly accomplished by Clark Brody, this year ' s president. Some of the leading activities for the year were sketching trips to Laguna Lake and the beach. They were also represented in the District Art Show. fcj - W- r " Sifi 29 i H JfiH O H ■ " k. FRONT ROW: Carol Voccio, Claudia Maxwell. Sue Doseff. ROW 2: Becky Franks and Sandy Gess. ROW 3: Clark Brody, Cheryl Gray. Ginny Long. ROW 4: Cynthia Wertz and Larry Frederick. NOT PICTURED: Candy Embrey. 74 Biology Clob Scientific minded students found the Biology Club to be the answer to their technicological interests. Films on ocean life and special guest speakers were the highlights of the year. Among these speakers were Detective Ghor- ing of the Fullerton Police Department speaking on nar- cotics, Mr. Oseid on " Science and Logic, " Dr. Slocum on " Big Horn Sheep, " and Dr. Andreas Rechnitier, the holder of the deepest ocean descent record, spoke on deep sea diving. Other activities of the club included the collecting of Christmas gifts for patients at the Norwalk Metropolitan Hospital. Biology Club members include Bruce Harris, Chris John- son, Dave Donnenfield, Ed Humenny, Bob Dhyse, Scott Pagel, Wayne Ritchie, Andy Stucker, Bob Cress, John Church, John Murphy, Linda Teal, Linda Hellon, Sylvia Lyon, Bonnie Brown, Tuey Stiles, Kathy Poling, Barbara Dieckman, Anne Johnson, Judy Keller, Peg Johnson, Carolyn Hoyle, Gina Wood, Judy Mattson, Kathy Mclllwain, Terry Clark, Kathy Dean, Nan Cuizolina, Roslyn Christenson, Pat Wiese, Beth Gayton, Anita Couch, Cindy Raub, Becky James, Sandy Gess, Sharon Bur- ner, Tom Ostensen, and Bill Marquardt. John Pilger, President Biology club members abandoned their biological studies long enough to pose tor a picture. 75 FRONT ROW: Don Meeter, Kevin Smith, Ed Humenny, Dean Knapp, Rick Stoughton, Jim Knapp. ROW 2: Russ Teasdale, Bill Chaffee, Pete Roddick, Bob Dhyse, Chris Norby, Hugh Christenson, Greg Larock, Larry Wright, Bill Kuttner. NOT PICTURED: Linda Walters, Steve Lawton, Kent Pagel, Mike Lopei. Carl Lutz, Larry Schroeder, Jim Sly, Jerome Jahr, Kit Squires, Ed Hayes, Stephane Hankenson, Jim Kraft. Chess Club The 66-67 Chess Club was one of the most active clubs on campus this year. Being a new club didn ' r hinder their membership or activities. They partici- pated in numerous inter-mural matches. Tournaments were also on their agenda. In addition, they expe- rimented with a new type of Chess game. Hyper-concentrotion is needed to play the Chess Club ' s new " hyper-chess " as Ed Humenny and Bob Dhyse can well testify. t (P r -i Bill Kuttner Secretary Don Meeker Imperial Lizard Chris Norby President 76 Debate Besides being a very informative organiza- tion by discussing the pros and cons of each argument, the Debate Squad improves an in- dividual ' s ability to speak before a large body of people for long periods of time. Through this experience, an individual loses his fear of an audience, gains self control, broadens his spectrum of other people and himself. This or- ganization is a must for anyone who desires to be in the public eye. FRONT ROW: Suzi Dennison, Gary Singer. ROW 2: Kevin Smith, Doran Howitt, Jim Williams, Yogi Ogren. ROW 3: Steve Nelson, Bob Welti, Jeff Sunderman. I Martha Young exemplified her speaking abilities. Suii Dennison likewise demonstrated her unique ability to win over an audience. 77 Autographs • t a , " 78 Forensic Club Bob Wolti, Gayle Keefer. Mike Goosman, Yogi Ogren, Kathi Dean. Doran Howitt. Larry Boyd, Bob Stevenson, Kevin Smith. Jimmy Williams, Gary Singer. Er . . . er . . . ahur andc nclus in conclusion According to Daniel Webster, the word Forensic is described as an argumentive discourse. According to the Fullerton National Forensic League, Forensic means this and much more. It is an extracurricular activity for the purpose of furthering one ' s speaking ability and an opportunity to apply speaking techniques. Jeff Sunderman, Vice President; Linda Fredrickson, Secretary; Steve Nelsen, NOT PICTURED: Dan Stunkard, Treasurer. iident. 79 Beth Kern, Vice President; Sylvia Lyon, Assistant Publicity Chairman; Jeanne Thompson, Publicity Chairman; Linda Teal, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Frank Workman, Treasurer. Roslyn Christenson President French Club The French Club provided an informal atmosphere for students to speak in French and to learn about traveling in France. They enjoyed an activity-filled year of pot-luck dinners, slides, a service project, and a Mardi Gras. Members indulged in a dinner at a French restaurant and also planned to see a French movie. French Club members enjoyed the opportunity to speak in French with their friends. FRONT ROW: Ann Dietzer, Cheryl Anderson, Laurie Wells, Terry Bowen, David Quezada, Karen Wright, Ellen Isaacs, Christa Schnell, Terry Lauritson, Cindy Thompson, Terri Clark, Kathy Dean, Anne Newell, Susan Gagnon, Nancy Howard, Hugh Christenson, Kyle Cittadin. ROW 2: Linda Teal, Jeanne Thomp- son, Roslyn Christenson, Beth Kern. 80 Bill Barr, President FRONT ROW: Steve Hardy. Secretary; Larry Moore, Vice President; Don Boyd, Sentinel. ROW 2: Bob Bryan, Treasurer; Claudia Maxwell, Chapter Sweetheart; Robby Beeman, Recorder. Future Farmers It was a lively year for the Future Farmers at Fullerton High. The group was involved in many of the annual FFA activities including field days to Orange Coast College, Mt. Sac, and Cal Poly. Other activities which involved Fullerton ' s FFA members were the Los Angeles County and Bank of America field days. FRONT ROW: Steve Hardy, Rich Ritta, Lloyd Waltz, Bruce Holzgrafe, Bill Barr. ROW 2: Steve Fan- grow, Bob Bernhard, Phil Powers, Randy Burnette, Tom Manly, Brent Cannon, Don Douglas, Gary San- ders, Ted Rick. ROW 3: Howard Miller, Dean Seidliti, Sam Stradley, Larry Moore, Bob Bryan, Robby Beeman, Tom Weber. 81 Rosanne Fornwalt, President FRONT ROW: Alice Moreno, Vice-President; Bonnie Lunn, Treasurer; Jan Wulf, Social Chair- man. ROW 2: Barbara Parra, Secretary; Irene Nyhus, Historian; Natalie Jahr, Reporter. Future Homemakers Once again, Future Homemakers of America proved their capabilities in their activities per- taining to homemaking. Under the direction of Mrs. Hunnex, these homemakers have been en- tertained by a guest speaker, and have had a special demonstration by the J.C. Cosmetol- ogy Department on grooming and hair styling. Homemakers made selections of items found in their catalogue FRONT ROW: Becky Stanley, Dinah Davis, Jan Wulf, Alice Moreno, Barbara Parra, Rosalie Robles. ROW 2: Melody Hunt, Rosanne Fornwalt, Jan Barton, Irene Nyhus, Gloria Bernal, Sandy Mejia, Natalie Jahr, Bonnie Lunn. Not Pic- tured: Mono Field, Arlene Cannon, Dawn Denolf, Jeanne Thompson. 82 Future Teachers In previous years at F.U.H.S. there has been an official club called the Future Teachers of America. This year, however, the club was disbanded. Although there was no official club, there were still many students with the desire to become teachers or ad- ministrators in the future. FRONT ROW: Jeanne Thompson, Stephanie Gaines. Judy Mattson. ROW 2: Marci Jubala, Terry Childs. ROW 3: Elaine LiHle, Cynthia Werts. ROW 4: Chip O ' Rourke. FRONT ROW: Carol Voccia, Denise Holmes. ROW 2: Lynn Wolfe, Roslyn Christensen. ROW 3: Barb James. Terri Clark, Carol McAuliffe, Chris Heise. Roddy Raub. Unpictured: Dan Bowen. Stephanie Gaines tells an amusing story to her class. 33 FRONT ROW: Ed Humenny. ROW 2: Scott Pagel, Maureen Quinlivan. Ginny Long, Judy Mattson, Brian Helvey. ROW 3: Bill Ferguson, Bob Dhyse, Wayne Ritchie, Tony Goossens, Bruce Harris. German Club This year ' s German Club was one of the more active clubs on campus. Besides regular meet- ings, the members also enjoyed activities such as potluck dinners and guest speakers. High- lighting one dinner was a speech by AFS ex- change student Christa Schnell. This club also provided a wonderful opportunity for the stu- dents to learn about the German speaking countries, and to practice their own German. Members brush-up on their German. Judy Mattson, Secretary; John Pilger, Vice President. NOT PICTURED: Wayne Ritchie, Treasurer Jon Hill, President Carl Byers, Fred Mercado, Mark McKinley, Helen Serrano, Vickf Latta, Karen Smith, Kafhy Brown, Christine Barletta, Debbie El kin s, Dianna Griffin, Katy Keller, Roger Yount, Aleta Koehler. Latin Club — l =3 ; _ - ■ Fred Mercado, Treasurer; Christine Barletta, Secretary; Helen Serrano, Vice-President. The Latin Club provided an interested student with the opportunity to gain an in- sight into the life of ancient Rome. A Roman banquet with Troy and inter-district Latin club meetings headed the list of the club ' s activities. In the planning stages was the at- tending of the spring conference of the National Junior Classical League. Roger Younts, President 3d Steve Lawson, Mark Melgrin, Mike March, Ed Voccia, Roger Manuel. The Electronics Club created an interest in electronics, and familiarized its members with various fields of electronics. A tour of Fender Instruments and a trip to KHJ, to get a behind the scenes look at radio and television station operation, clim axed the year ' s activities. Electronics Club Roger explains some of the intricacies of electrical circuitry " Roger Manuel, President Mike March, Vice-President, investigates an amplifier with Ed Voccia, Secretary-Treasurer. So fl It fE r Willi 1 M C ! . fl Ml 1 v 1 mrnkj t ■ J FRONT ROW: Steve Shaw and Jon Brewer. ROW 2: Melody Hunt, Anne Mar- coui, Pam Sutton, Dannie Hayes, Stephanie Hankinson, Raynette Halvorson. Sandy Mejio, Jo Anne Pharris, Luanne Warren. Martha Kahler. NOT PIC- TURED: Kit Squires, John Watts, Linda Harltins, Janet Summerfield, Lisa Potts, Nancy Hall, Don Meker, Nanette Hopkins, Denise Holmes, John Hall, Monica Nelson, Melody Graham, Karen Conner, Penny Morris, Debbie Perez, Shelly Smith, Lisa Thompson, Marianne Post, Polly Norby, Joyce Vanderburg. Members planned for the drama assembly. Drama Club The Drama Club this year had a large and varied assortment of talent. The mem- bers displayed this talent at the Annual Drama Assembly. Drama Club meetings were presided at by Julie Turner, president. Mr. Peters, adviser, was also helpful in giv- ing assistance whenever it was needed. Learning to appreciate dramatics, the aim of the members was accomplished through long hours of hard work. Julie Turner, President Sue Vendrell, Vice President; Ed Humenny, Treasurer; Ann Safford, Secretary. 37 First Semester Pleiads FRONT ROW: Carl Byers, Doug Graham, Diehl Martin, Jeanette Strickland, Vicki Young, Carol McAuliffe, Kay Wicket , Kathy Dean, Janet Wood, Fred Bauman, Linda Fredrickson. ROW 2: Bob Payan, Wayne Ritchie, Tim Clemann, Dave Donn enfield. ROW 3: Melinda Juenemann, Carolyn Hoyle, Pat Wiese, TeTsoTl) Cynthia Werts, Deanne Jones, Judy Keller, Pat Wormley, Leilie Branam, Ann Dietier, Kathy Hogaboom, Anne Johnson, Janice Grumet, Judy Mottson, Gina Wood, Ed Humenny, Mike Tewalt, Jon Hill, John Wright, Andy Strenk, Wayne Watten, Cindy Christensen, Janet Steele, Nancy Bates, Carol Jones, Gwen Gardiner, Craig Styles, Steve Thomas, The Pleiads, one of the largest clubs on campus, en- joyed an exciting year. They were entitled to a day off campus with the group, and this year traveled to the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange. Club advisors, Mrs. Aldrich and Mr. Hines, helped to make the year successful for the club. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS WERE: John Wright, treasurer; Kay Wickett, secre tary; Carol McAuliffe, vice president, and Andy Strenk, president. Second Semester Pleiads FRONT ROW: Peggy Johnson, Marty Bender, Pom SuHon, Larry Boyd, Bob Stevenson, Avril Dimond, John Ogren, Mark A. Brown, Carl Byers, John Newell, Viclti Young, Kay Wickett, Kathy Dean, Janet Wood, Fred Bauman, Linda Fredrickson, Karen Frye, Mark R. Brown, Laurie Gates, Marie Wallace, Jane Fowler, Ellen Isaacs, Debbie Wendel, Linda Haight, ROW 2: W ne Ritchie, Terry Martinet, Terry Childs. ROW 3: Carolyn Hoyle, (Monica Nelson) Richard Brumley, Steve Marsh, Judy Keller, Elaine Jones, Suzy Dever, Leilie Branom, Ann Dietzer, Anne Johnson, Beth Gayton, Judy Mattson, Gina Wood, Carol McAuliffe, Ed Humenny, Mike Tewalt, Bob Payan, John Wright, Nancy Botes, Jeff Sunderman, Andy Strenk, Cindy Christensen, Jon Hill, Craig Styles, Gwen Gardiner, Janet Steele, Carol Jones, Reid Holkesvlck. Candidates for CSF life membership were Anne John- son, Janet Steele, Cindy Christensen, Beth Gayton, Jon Hill. Ed Humenny, and Gwen Gardiner. j£ SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS WERE: Mike Tewalt, president; Kathy Dean, treasurer; Judy Mattson, secretary, and Craig Styles, vice president. B9 -i i ■ .-•T- rf • » __ _ J ijfe ■L — Bill Ferguson, President. Carolyn Hoyle, Vice-President; Bruce Marsh, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Maurin, Secretary. Russian Club All students who were interested in Russian were invited to participate in the Russian Club ' s activi- ties and meetings. Under the direction of Mr. Myers, the club attended the movie " Dr. Zhivago, " had several pot-luck dinners, and were entertained by a speaker who had visited the Soviet Union. Members listened intently to guest speakers. FRONT ROW: Phillip Keller, Carolyn Hoyle, Bruce Marsh, Tim Buhl, Mark Carlson, Bonnie Vanden- burg, Scott Martin, Audrey Neaton, Chris Neaton. ROW 2: Ricky Massimino, Marty Kahler, Bill Fer- guson, Steven Ford, Lynn Howell, Carolyn Cone. 90 Suzy Dever, President Janet Wood, Treasurer; Kay Wicltett, Vice-President; Kathy Mcllwaln, Secretary, Spanish Club The Spanish Club, composed of all interested second, third, and fourth year Spanish students, had an active year. Their numerous activities ranged from an initiation dinner to a pot-luck dinner celebrating el dia de los Reyes. Breaking a pinata was one of the many activities which the Spanish Club enjoyed this year. FRONT ROW: Linda Christianson, Gail Hudspeth, Anne Johnson, Judy Keller, Deanne Jones, Gina Wood, Cathy Poling, Curtis Leseman. ROW 2: Kevin Smith, Pancho Villa, Fran Button, Mr. Knorr, Bob Cress, Anita Couch, Beth Gayton, Cheryl Gray. 91 -— -»• - Sue Vendrell, President Nancy Hall, Vice-President; Ed Humenny, Scribe; Velda Kreimeier, Secretary. NOT PICTURED. Ann SaHord, Treasurer. Thespians The Thespians, under the leadership of Sue Vendrell, had a very successful year. Heading their list of activities was the spon- soring of the Talent Show. The money re- ceived from this was used to repair the green room to give the actors a place to receive their parents and friends after perform- ances. The Thespians also held a formal din- ner in honor of incoming Thespians. Thespians planned for the Talent Show. FRONT ROW: Polly Norby, Raynette Halvorson, Nanette Hopkins. Billle Molts- berger, Stephanie Hankinson, Jon Brewer. ROW 2: Rene Moye, Julie Turner, Anne Marcoux, Linda Harki ns, Bonnie Brown, Denise Holmes, Stuart Haynie. ROW 3: Mike March, Chris Norby, Gary Murdy, John Hall. Bill Marquart, Bill Macky, John Watts. NOT PICTURED: Tania Omalev, Mark Keiserman, Carol Jones, Steve Eastwood, Debbie McMullin. 92 Cookie Iverson, Treasurer; Elaine Little, Secretory; Stephanie Gaines, Vice-President. Kathy Amott, President Teen Toppers Membership in the Teentoppers was lim- ited to girls five feet eight inches and over, although their mascot, Yogi Ogren, didn ' t quite make the mark. The girls learned poise and how to look their best in fashionable clothes. Under the direction of their ad- visors, Mrs. Randall and Mrs. Joy, the Teen- toppers had a very fun-filled year. Members show off their height to an inferior. Cookie Iverson, Karlene Rauhut, Nancy Roberts, Marcia Way, Sue Wilson, Dawn Hedlund, Cynthia Werts, Roslyn Christensen, Chris Floan, Sandy Cech, Susan Gagnon, Elaine Little, Kathy Amott, Steph- anie Gaines. 93 Ralph Appy Secretary-Treasurer Varsity The Varsity Club, under the leadership of Earle Ingalls, Wim Vandenberg and Ralph Appy and under the direction of Coach Van Vliet, was one of the more elite clubs on campus this year. Besides having the out- standing treasury of the year, the Varsity Club boasted of a choice membership, all varsity athletes. They participated in the Donkey Basketball and Baseball games with Sunny Hills and sponsored the annual Red and White football game. Wlm Vandenberg Vice President Club Earle Ingalls President FRONT ROW: Chip O ' Rourke, Alfonso Pereda, Bob Payan, David Pruti- man, Mike Rhodes, Rod Roub, Gary Sanders, Oscar Valenjuela, Martin Delpozo, Fred Mercado. ROW 2: Bob Bales, Dave Nelson, Bill Coulter, Tom Darke, Ricky Ma ssimino, Wayne Watten, Brad Humenny, Greg Williams, Raul Polacios. ROW 3: Chris Haddon, Doug Baker, Mack Mc- Coy, John Wright, Terry Klein, Bob Burmeister, Mike Kadera, Bill Mac- Aulay, Art Pereda, Dennis Webb. ROW 4: Larry Frederick, Jeff Sun- derman, Craig Nordstrom, Peter Wickman, Kelley Moser, Tom Shaw, Chris Smith, John Miller, Jeff Padilla, Steve Busby, Marv Owens. -4 Varsity Club Action Now, that ' s school spirit. MPII F Jeanne Thompson, President This year Big F was composed of only two senior girls. Jeanne Thompson and Marcia Golden were the only ones who could meet the stiff requirements to become a member. The purpose of this club is to create better sportsmanship and cooperation among girl ath- letes. To become a member, a girl must earn a total of 1,400 points, which means completing a mini- mum of twelve sports with credit. Belonging to this club is the highest honor that can be given to a girl athlete at our school, and is the goal of every active GAA mem- ber. This club is a fine example of true sportsmanship and the many rewards it brings to those girls who participate in GAA. The Varsity Club ' s fearless leader. im B ZJL Jn H ■I B Marcia Golden, Vice President 95 Y-Teens ■fSss ' tl i- Cindy Christensen Vice-President Y-Teens, a Christian organization for girls, was very active in school and com- munity activities. Their meetings were sparked with folk singing, skits, and pot- luck dinners. Among their many service activities this year was the annual can- goods drive for the needy families of Orange County. They also collected toys and clothing and distributed them to a Tijuana orphanage at Christmas time. Terrie Bowen Treasurer V Nancy Smith, President; Velda Krei- meier, Vice-President; Ann Johnson, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Keough, Secretary. Shelley Wiseman, President; Becky James, Vice-President; Pat Wiese, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Susie Carlisle, Secretary. Polly Norby, President; Pat Worm- ley, Vice-President; Tina Manuel, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: JoAn Mackey, Secretary. Lisa Thomas, President; Linda Chris- tensen, Vice-President; Joy Morris, Secretary; Janet Brow, Treasurer. Bryant Welles President Roddy Raub Vice President As always, the Hi-Y participated in and sponsored many events this year. They sent two outstanding representa- tives, Mark Nelson and Bryant Welles, to the Asilomar Youth Conference during Christmas vacation. They sponsored the second annual " Battle of the Bands " in December and an assembly, in which they showed an exciting ski movie. They also planned the annual and ever suc- cessful car rally. Mark Nelson Treasurer FRONT ROW: Scott Wright, Steve Thomas. Dave Brant, Yogi Ogren, Mile Tobey, Mart Brown, Brad Stephenson, Roddy Raub, Chip O ' Rourke, Brian Hel- vey. ROW 2: Craig Nordstrom, Gary Beaver, Wayne Wotten, Jim Cuuolina. John Wright, Chris Johnson, Bob Bales. Bill Harris. ROW 3: Mike Kadera, Bry- ant Welles, Brad Doane, Terry Klein, Tom Shaw, Dan Bowen, Mark Nelson, John Pilger. ROW 4: Paul Archipley, Frank Workman, Andy Stucker. John Newell, Kelley Moser, Guy Giemont. 77 Newspaper Staff This year ' s Newspaper Staff once again printed the Weekly PLEIADES for the stu- dent body. Under the direction of Mrs. Mcintosh, interesting items about the school and news events were discussed in Fullerton Union High School ' s fine newspaper. John Watts Editor-in-Chief Lyn Herzberger First-Page Editor Viclti Young Second-Page Editor Steve Clayton Third- Page Editor Lee Hardy Fourth-Page Editor Milce Tobey, Julie Turner, Cynthia Curby, Calvin Blood Reporters 98 Gary Murdy Circulation and Exchange Bob Poet, Chris Floan, Sue Vendrell Chris Norby, Roslyn Christensen Reporters Marsha Abbott Business Manager Diehl Martin , John Murphy, Tom Curlee Photographers Mrs. Mcintosh Advisor 09 Morel Jubala Editor-in-Chief Mr. D. Johnson Advisor Annual Staff Terry Martinet Secretary Under the excellent guidance of Marci Jubala, Editor-in-Chief, and Mr. D. Johnson, Advisor, the An- nual PLEIADES staff was able to put out a great annual. They put in endless hours drawing layouts, writing copy, and most important of all, proofreading and reproof- reading everything, striving to make the 1967 Annual PLEIADES the best ever. Although they worked diligently, they always had time to celebrate a holiday or a staff member ' s birthday. 100 Carol Voccla and Larry Frederick Artists Roddy Raub Service and Government Editor Barbara James and Judy Matson Staff Workers Sue Beckman Advertising Manager Connie McGraw A ss ' stant r j Terry Chllds Business Manager Activities and Organizations Editor Lynn Wolfe Classes Editor Maureen Quinlivan Senior Editor mm in in hi hi Chris Johnson, Vice President; Bob Erthal, Treasurer Bun Field, President Indian Stags o 102 SENIORS: Poul Archipley, Mike Beord, Calvin Blood, Justin Booner, Jim Chap- man, Steve Cook, Robert Cress, Thorn Darke, Ron Dale, Brad Doane, Mike Dowd, Bob Erthal, Buzz Field, Larry Fredricks, Bill Harris, Chuck Haury, Chuck High, Jon Hill, Chris Johnson, Mike Kadera, Alton Leonard, Bill McAulay. Graig Nordstrom, Mark Peterson, John Pilger, Gary Sanders, John Sykes, Mark Vasquez, Bryant Welles, Frank Whaley, Vinton Wright. JUNIORS: Man- uel Aldaco, Gary Beaver, John Bosna, Dick Bruns, Bob Burmeister, Bill Coulter, Art Dearen, Dove Kaon, Terry Klein, Larry Larsen, Mark Nelson, Tom Ostensen, Steve Pate, Andy Stucker, Joe Sykes, Roddy Raub, Wayne Ritchie, Mike Tobey, Ron Wennerburg, George Whitesides, Frank Workman, John Wright, Tyler Holmes. SOPHOMORES: David Alford, Fred Bauman, Berry David, Gary Brown. Marty DelPozo, Steve Easley, Mike Evans, Scott Fredrickson, Mike Gooseman, Jim Gustafson, Bryant Habris, Norman High, Doran Howitt, Lorin Kerns, Scott Mason, David Matsuyama, Bob McDonald, Gary Plambeck, Paul Safford, Ed Sothcott, Tom Starkey, Bob Bales. ° -vir y? ▼ i IT Chip O ' Rourke, Yogi Ogren, and Tom Snaw " The Spirit of ' 67, " the motto for this year ' s grad- uating class, was wisely chosen. For this year a new spark of spirit was born on the Indian campus. It all started with a small idea. This idea soon became a dream, and the dream fin ally turned to reality. Indian Stags, the newest club on the FUHS cam- pus, was originated by yell leader Chip O ' Rourke. With the aid of the other two boy yell leaders, Tom Shaw and Yogi Ogren, a proposed constitution was drawn up and submitted to ICC. The constitution, after being passed by ICC, was then directed to the Executive Board. Unfortunately it was rejected and sent back for some changes. The second time it was approved, and Indian Stags took their first step towards becoming the most inspirational club on campus. The next step was getting members to join the club. This proved to be no problem, as seventy-five members were soon signed up. The members con- sisted of 30 Seniors, 25 Juniors, and 20 Sophomores. Freshmen were not included because, as Chip ex- plained, Freshmen usually have plenty of spirit, and there is no need to boost it. Now they had their members, and a constitution, now all they needed was something to distinguish them from the rest of the Indian rooters. It was de- cided upon that each boy was to wear a white shirt, white sun visor, and a button depicting him as a Stag member. Above all the criticisms thrown at them, the club proved to be a tremendous success. The boys at- tended all games and sat in a section reserved for them. Besides the yells led by the yell leaders, the Stags supplemented with a few of their own. They always brought the team on with a roaring ' GO BIG- RED! ' The purpose of the club was to promote greater school spirit during the basketball season. This was more than accomplished. The Indian spirit rose to its peak during the ' 67 basketball season. Although this was the first year for the Stags, they have already been given county recognition. Arti- cles praising the club appeared in newspapers like the Fullerton News Tribune, and radio stations be- came interested in having the club promote things like miniature megaphones. Even the administration of other schools praised the club. After the Lowell game, Lowell ' s principal congratulated Fullerton for its fine spirit, " especially the boys in the white shirts. " Yes, Chip ' s dream became a reality; and with that reality came one of the greatest years for school spirit ever known at Fullerton Union High School. Concert Choir Mt«Mc Tftcuu Tttutic Tftutic Tftutic ROW I: Gina Wood, Bonnie Brown, Donna Edwards, Becky Stanley, Carol Haynie, Joyce Green, Ann Ellis. ROW 2: Marya Maddox, Becky Reynolds, Janice Horn, Julie Gustafson, Wendy Hansen. ROW 3: Vivian Horton, Joan Wilson, Danny Felmly, Jill Wilson, Judy Simpson, Mary Dieckmann, D»nise Salow. ROW 4: Linda Haight, Sharon Green, Jill Gipson, Kathi Smith, Susanne Patton. Deidre La Vigne, Mary Hollingsworth, Barb Richardson, Busy! Busy! Busy! This word appropri- ately describes the active concert choir. With such a fine instructor as Miss Frankie Phillips, our fine choral group performed at many memorable events including Homecoming, Christmas, and Graduation. Also beginning this year, they inaugurated their Tuesday Night Concerts. Sue Scott, Kyle Cittadin, Bill Wickett. ROW 5: Bret Har- ris, Steve Ford, Stuart Haynie, Art Perida, Darrel Rhey, Ed Sothcott, Glenn Wood. ROW 6: Jim Nolan, Holley McKell, Larry Wright, Tom Shaw, Steve Galvan, Ray Chapman, David Kaan, Kevin Healy, Robert Newkirk, Afton Stephens. UNPICTURED: Lou Filadelfia, Shirley Gray, Sheila Hager, Becky Stanley, Pam Rataezyk. Wtuicc 104 ' Tftcctic Ensemble ' Miotic Tftutic Tfccitic Tttutic Iftutic 4B -- U. I VOCAL ENSEMBLE: FRONT ROW: Becky Reynolds. Janice Horn, Donna Edwards, Ed Sothcott, Atton Stev- ens. Steve Ford. ROW 2: Marya Maddox. Jill Wilson, Linda Haight, Mary Dieckmann, Dorrel Rhea, Larry Wright. ROW 3: Tom Shaw, Steve Galvan. ROW 4: Ray Chapman. INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE: FRONT ROW: Stephen Martin. ROW 2: Jim Graham. ROW 3: Dean Holmes, Jimmy Duke, Barbara Cone. ROW 4: Dave Bruns, Bob Carter, Reid Holkesvick, Bruce Ellis, Scott Fredrickson, Hal Berry. ROW 5: Dick Bruns, Scott Wright, Ricky Leight, Mike McNerny. Tttutic IHutic 105 Boys ' Chorus Boys Chorus combined with Girls Chorus this year to dis- play their talents at many activities. They sang at a few assemblies including Homecoming. They also performed at the Tuesday Night Concerts, Spring Concert, the Christmas Program, and the grand finale of the year — Graduation. m FRONT ROW: Jerry Jaimes, Jack Lee, Joe Vargas, Al Rangel. ROW 2: Steve Olson, Joe Catron, John Miller, Brent Richards, Russ Boyd. ROW 3: David Galvan, Lupe Rincon, Jim Beckham, Carlos Sargen ' r. NOT PICTURED: John Golden, John Arredondo. 106 Girls ' Chorus FRONT ROW: Becky Malloj -S Hy- ontos. Jessie Dean, Rita Reno, Linda Aldaco, Diane Sambrano, y lancy GrirnrriN Paula Tunstil, Roxanne Jacobson. ROW 2: Jeonette HanveyVJ Elwvi ve — Beltram, Patty Bunnell, Laura Lee Noonan, Gini Rodriguez, Debbie Home, Morcia Budarf. Ann Wiseman. ROW 3: Tammy Wood, Pat Johnson, Linda Luther, Nancy Ojala, Michele Schumacher, Jonelle Barton, Cheryl Pharris. ROW 4: Arlene Cannon, Janet Brow, Sue Graslci, Carolyn Cone, Jane Conell, Anne Newell. ROW 5: Angle Morris and Sandy Welch. ROW 6: Nanette Hopkins, Linda Senstock, Cathy Chapman, Nancy Alford, Barb Stocker, Randy Browne. ROW 7: Carol Kohlenberger, Lynne Osborne, Janet Wright, Judy Morgan, Teri Shaw, Ginny Filadelfia, Jan Barton. NOT PICTURED: Carol Anderson, Lynn Conner, Penny Morris, Lynda Rojas, Sue Zuerlein, Pam Scofield, Cathy Joyce. Kathy Gerdes, Joan Foster, Cathie Mclntyre, Hilda Elizarde. Miss Phillips, Director 1 07 Cheryl Gray Kathy Maurin Head Yell Leaders Tom Shaw Yogi Ogren 1 Oft i ft Sienna Newkirk Song Leaders i Marilyn Gilliam Marya Maddox Head Nancy Bates Flute Kathy Farquhar Flute John Syltes Clarinet Bill Kuttner Clarinet Steve Holquin Clarinet Pat Wormley Flute Gordon Mellis Flute Jeannie King Flute b Mr. Leyda Director Les Kenyon Drum Major The Band Under the fine direction of Mr. Leyda and Drum Major Les Kenyon, the Ful- lerton High School Band completed another successful year. During the fall the Band performed in pre-game and half-time festivities of the home football games. Other activities undertaken by the Band included the presentation of a Christmas concert, and the generating of spirit at assemblies, in addition to per- forming in them. Barbara Cone Drums Jiim Graham Drums tAikk Rick Stouqhton Drums Mary Leyda Flute Mike Dowd Clarinet Mellinda Duke Clarinet Kevin Anderson Clarinet (4llh Mike McNerny Drums Dick Bruns Drums 110 Barbra Bruno Tenor Sox Travis Stoker Alto Sax Bruce Campbell Saxophone Warren Bramlett Saxophone Jim Duke Baritone The band presents one of its many formations. Mike Hall Baritone Tom Reardon Drums tk t At i?kk Bruce Ellis Scoft Wright Trombone Trombone 1 " ■ ■ " • ' J B A u mm Dean Holmes Trombone Randy Andersen Trumpet Dave Leyda Trumpet Hal Berry Trumpet Linda Bracketf Trumpet Tim Buhl Oboe Vv-wdbii sagtr. FRONT ROW: Joan Barnett, Carolyn Hoyle, Mary Leyda, Kathy Farquhar, Nancy Bates, Les Kenyon, Dean Holmes, Mike Miernik. ROW 2: Mike McNurney, Bill Kuttner, Richard Brumley, John Sykes. Doug Ford, Bob Carter, Barbara Cone, Dick Bruns, Jeannie King, Jim Graham. ROW 3: Randy Anderson, Dave Leyda, Linda Brackett, Barbara Bruno, Bruce Cambell, Bruce Ellis, Reed Holkesvick, Jim Duke. Pep Band Along about 7:45 every Friday morning during football and basketball season, the familiar notes of the fight song could be heard blaring over campus. This was the Pep Band. Among their many functions were playing for rallies, games, and assemblies. The Pep Band should be commended on their fine showing this year. This year ' s Drum Major, Les Kenyon, was a familiar sight leading the band in the many half-time shows and parades in which they participated. Drum Major Les Kenyon, this year ' s drum major. 112 The Pep Band played ai the morning pep rallies. t " J! V- 9 s. plt P B IJE i ' f " M p ' j I J mil ■ THE three CHEROKEE DANCERS (Cindy Christensen, Nancy Botes, and Janet Steele) performed their traditional war dance before every home football game and helped sparlt the team on to many hard earned victories. Spirit Boosters t ; 9 - . , ■■ v ' .. " - M WILLIE UGH (Dan Stunltard) was a familiar face at all football and basketball games. His rousing spirit and humor helped spur the teams on to many victories. THE MAJORETTS (Elaine Little. Lynette Germain and Pat Wiese) gave many thrilling perform- ances during half time of the football games. They were also a familiar sight leading the drill team and band in the many parades in which they participated. 113 K. Dean P. Ericlcson S. Fort G. Franlc C. He S. Dever V. Dhyse A. Dietzer HttvI • - — ■ j i ' ik r 5. Gaines J. Goodwin P. Haddon P. Haddon B. Hanna L. Henberqer K. Hogaboom J. Horn G. Jacobson E. Jones Feather Mrs. Ferraris Adviser D. Hedlund L. Ki I 14 G. Long T. Manuel L. Maturino C. McAuliffe V. McConts C. McGraw K. Mcllwain P. Norby ettes P. O ' Rourke J. Rankin M. Quinlivon B. Reid R. Reno J. Switzer S- Ritchie J. Robertson Under the leadership of Vicki Abrams, Barbara Criswell, Judy Switrer, and Maureen Quinlivan, the Feathereftes completed another successful year. Their Indian spirit, which won them the admiration of the entire stu- dent body, was reflected in their display of formations and routines at the home games. J. Simpson K. Snook L. Wadde G. Wood J. Wood V. Young 115 116 Sports n ■ Head Coach Tucker Varsity football, track Indian Coach DeGroot Track, cross country Coach Van Vliet Varsity football, wrestling Coach Gibby Cee football, JV baseball • t: ■ S - y i _ Coach Bergman JV football, track Coach Lawyer Bee basketball, tennis 118 Coaches Coach Van Voorhis Varsity basketball, football The tradition at Fullerton has long been a winning one. In the last three years alone the water polo, wrestling, football, baseball, bas- ketball and swimming teams, among others, have won league championships and or gone into CIF competition. Some of these teams, notably swimming, have gone to CIF more than once dur- ing this period. Swimming won the CIF championship four times run- ning from 1963 to 1966. The coach- es at Fullerton have, of course, been to a large part responsible for the fine Indian record. The athletes at Fullerton respect their coaches and listen to them, watch them, and learn from them. Indian coach- es not only help the boys develop their skills but also help instill pride and a will to win that makes Fuller- ton athletes the best. Coach Pembroke Varsity baseball, Cee football Coach Johnson Bee football, Cee basketball Coach Read Varsity swimming, water polo Coach Wrightson Bee football, JV basketball ■■ ' ■ 1 1 119 t " t 1 »H » VAfl 3 «?tf» V 1% df % v. »♦ .: ' ,-- ' t (ty vj VI .% v t 1 1 m Oscar Valemuela (87) Senior End Ralph Appy (60) Senior Guard Craig Styles (30) Senior End Art Pereida (67) Senior Guard Craig Nordstrom (81 ] Senior End Pete Wickman (83) Senior End Thorn Darke (52) Senior Center This year ' s Varsity football team showed the great spirit and drive that has become characteris- tic of the athletic teams of F.U.H.S. The team started out with four consecutive victories. The sea- son, however, ended on a losing note. This year the Big Red joined the newly formed Freeway League which promises to provide tough competition in seasons to come. Old Indian rivalries were contin- ued and new rivalries were begun. The Indians were again plagued by injuries and several key players were casualties. The team captains were Mack McCoy and Earle Ingalls. These two fine athletes provided ex- cellent leadership throughout the season. Ingalls was named to the all-league first offense and Mc- Coy was awarded an honorable mention in league. These team members were also voted most inspira- tional and most valuable player respectively by their fellow Varsity players. Marvin Owens, our Junior Quarterback, was awarded a position on the all-Orange County second team defense. Although there were some disappointments, the team ' s hard work was appreciated by all at Fuller- ton. Mike Tewalt (86) Senior End Capt. Earle Ingalls (76) Senior Tackle Dan Bowen (63) Junior Guard Rod Raub (45) Junior Halfback Jeff Padilla (85) Senior End Mike Mahoney (62) Junior Guard Greg Williams (75) Sophomore Tackle Wayne Watten (22) Sophomore Quarterback Marv Owens (20) Junior Quarterback Byron Jacobson (68) Senior Guard 122 John Golden (71 Senior Tackle Indi Indi Indi India Indi Indi Indi Indi ' Indi Chris Johnson (32) Fortino Gallo (51) Senior Fullb 3ck Sci Junior Center ires ans 20 W w 1 w ■ w W Brea 13 ans 6 Valencia ans 20 La Habra 12 ans 34 Lowell 19 ans 2 1 Savanna 4B ans 14 Magnolia 33 ans 7 Sunny Hills 13 3ns 14 Buena Park 27 ans 6 Troy 25 Cap . Mock McCoy (46) Senior Halfback Steve Busby (32) Senior Halfback Bob Stonich (40) Senior Halfback Martin Del Pozo (54) Sophomore Center Brad Humenny (66) Sophomore Tackle Bob Boles (48) Sophomore Halfback Dana Umstot (49) Junior Halfback 123 % Coach Tucker Coach Van Vliet Coach Van Voorhis Steve Busby and Coach Tucker talk over some strategy during the Brea game. Varsity Action F V ft ' • I L After catching a pass, Dave Carmichael sidesteps a Sunny Hills defender and goes for a big gain. Wounded Indians Steve Busby and Jeff Padilla spy on the enemy. 124 During the Red-White game White end Mike Tewalt races to catch a pass while Randy Faulkner and Doug Baker defend. Marv Owens makes a valiant but vain attempt to snatch the ball Roddy Raub puts the tag on a Troy runner and Raul Palacios comes in to help finish the job. Wayne Watten hacks his way through an army of Sunny Hells defenders. 125 IV Football :■ :», ■ - ■ - «t. Boo T«o dol-.- ■■ • ,• 5ory lonkford. John ■■• ' .-:. Roy . of underclossmen, • up to i Vor- -jm. jv s 1 b Lo H b b Sovono : Moq ■ Pork -■ 9 s : Indions . . . Indians Ud ' ons Indian Indians Indians ndians Bee Scores La Hobra ? Lowell 2 Savanna : Magnolia : Sunny Hills Buena Park : Troy Cee Scores 6 La Hobra ' Lowell :■: Savanna .- Magnolia • Sunny Hills ' 3 Pork - Troy 36 55 + ' : : : : :: J 4 Bee And Cee Football ... . . . ... . , ■ Yillgnue . ■ RC.?W ' ■ ■ ' ■ • : - ' • ■ ' ' • • ' mind ' W ... ■• • • • • K i •• PRONT ROV- ' • Sco + " ■ ■ ,. . . ; ... ; I .-. - ■ : f ■ . . ., . ,, , : :■ M l» Wool ' . Ron Mgivy, f . ■ ., ....,, ........ ..... ROW ' I ■ Coach Van Voorhls Byron Jocobson Varsity Mack McCoy Jeff Sunderman Kelley Moser Craig Styles 128 Basketball N Chris Smith Scott Wright Marv Owens Mike Tewalt Pete Wicltman Doug Baiter 12 Even a ferocious foe couldn ' t stop the dauntless Indians. Rick Lyon attempts a two-point play. Guy Giemont goes up high for the toss up. This year the Junior Varsity Basketball team again dis- played great determination, spirit, and hard work. Coach Wrightson helped to instill in the boys many good qualities which are necessary for a successful basketball team. They gained a great deal of knowledge through experiences which will help them next year. IV Basketball Ron Maxey JV Manager Scott Fredrickson Varsity Manager FRONT ROW: Bob Tipton, Fred Jalmes, Wayne Watten, Dave Brown, Dave Kaan, Alfonso Melgoza. ROW 2: Lance Forsyth, Pat Spindle, Rick Lyon, Guy Giemont, Frank Workman. NOT PICTURED: Steve Peek. 130 Mike Meyers Dan Watkins Fuller+on ' s B C Bas- ketball teams showed a lot of promise this year, ending the season with an excellent game rec- ord. The team showed great action, and good playing techniques in all of their high scoring games. Their great de- sire to win was one of the overwhelming factors that sped the two teams on to many hard earned victories. H J Coach Lawyer Coach Johnson Bee and Cee Basketball STANDING: Som Stradley, Wayne Manning, Bob Bailes, Kevin Healea. Ross Rutledge, Alan Robertson, Jim Keiser, Alan Cox, Tom Hendlen. KNEELING: Martin Del Poso, Jimmy Martinez, Loren Kern, Bob Eastman, David Matsyama. STANDING: Fred Bouman, Tim Paul, Bruce Schumaker, Frank Childs, Steve Galvan, Tom Severens. Bob Mabry. KNEELING: Charles Humdy, Lionell Me- lendez. Peter Farquhar. Lee Chambers, Billy Jaimes. 131 Kelley Moser shows the style that made him the second highest scorer in the Freeway League. Although failing to defend their I 966 Champion- ship, the varsity basketball team never let anyone down, winning games which appeared to be hope- lessly lost. Perhaps the most dramatic example of our team ' s hustle and overall fine play came in the overtime victory over league champion, Sunny Hills. Trailing by I I points with less tha n three min- utes of play remaining, the Indians overcame the Hilltoppers and handed them an unbelievable 48-40 defeat. Team captains Kelley Moser and Chris Smith turned in fine performances throughout the sea- son. Chris was placed on the All-Orange County and All-Freeway League first teams. Kelley was also honored by being placed on the All-Freeway League second team. Indians 72 La Habra 68 Indians 68 Lowell 65 Indians 76 Savanna 86 Indians 55 Magnolia 71 Indians 64 Sunny Hills 85 Indians 63 Buena Park 59 Indians 56 Troy 55 Indians 55 La Habra 79 Indians 69 Lowell 72 Indians 66 Savanna 52 Indians 63 Magnolia 61 Indians 48 Sunny Hills 40 Indians 62 Buena Park 70 Indians 43 Troy 58 " Super " Spyder (Smith) lands to stop a Sunny Hills shooter from sinking his shot. Mack McCoy sizes up his opponents and takes aim. Basketball Action Spyder Smith snatches the rebound from a surprised Troy Warrior, Ken Quinn. Marv Owens and Chris Smith tangle with a taller Troy foe. 132 f«J The Fullerton High Baseball Team start- ed the season with lots of action. Under the direction of Coach Roger Pembroke, the team had real league winning strength. Though four games were rained out, the team ' s spirit was not dampened. The team was paced by the pitching of four year let- terman, Steve Busby and the hitting of catcher Bill MacAulay. Baseball Action 133 Maury Suarez Infield Varsity Baseball Mile Shute Catcher i_l n i, 1 m J ' • Marv Owens Short Stop Lance Forsyth Outfield David Cox Pitcher Bill MacAulay Catcher 4 - -.. Louis Hernandez Infield 134 Kelley Moser Outfield Larry Larsen Outfield A Fullerton batter bombards the La Habra outfield. 1 35 FRONT ROW: Dana Umstot, Rick Lyon, Wayne Watten, Paul Rasmussen, Martin Del Poio, Ken Gortner. ROW 2: Bob Russell, Dennis Haughn, Alan Cox, Steve Galvan, Duane Harrison. ROW 3: Chuck Gray, Tim Paul. Peter Farquhar, Gary Elliott, Dennis Chambers, Bill Case. IV Baseball This year JV as well as Varsity baseball was hampered somewhat by the early season rains. However, once the team got started they per- formed commendably in league play. Comprised mostly of fresh- men and sophomores, the JV base- ball boys showed the makings of a good future varsity squad. Coach Gibby Tom Starkey Manager Duane Harrison warms up during a JV batting practice. Dust flies as Martin Del Poio is tagged at the plate by Dennis Haughn. 136 - -! - 7 y - i. ' -r ' t C ' •• ■- .UIJL , ' - 1 - - 137 Varsity Water Polo Fullerton ' s ladder offense continually gave the opposition trouble. ■WW m. - -SPP Milte Kadera fought hard to retain possession of the ball. Scores Indians 5 California High 1 Indians 3 Newport 1 Indians 4 El Segundo 6 Indians 4 Downey 8 Indians 5 La Habra 4 Indians 7 Lowell 5 Indians 4 Downey 3 Indians 27 Savanna Indians 2 Corona del Mar 10 Indians 13 Sunny Hills 2 Indians 8 Anaheim 3 Indians 9 Buena Park 2 Indians 1 1 Troy 6 Indians 7 Sierra 5 Inglewood Tournament Third Place Corona de 1 Mar Tournament Second Place CIF Indians 2 Oxnard 1 Indians 10 Norwalk 5 Indians 2 Corona del Mar 5 Indians 6 El Segundo 9 Coach Read huddled with his poloists between periods to plan strategy. U % 1 t ' fcgff . ■» -« Tommie Shaw seems to be having trouble keeping his head above water. 138 Roger Younts Jay Cuzzoiina David Kaan First year coach Read continued the winning tradition of Fullerton ' s Water Polo team, by guiding them on to their third consecutive Freeway League title. Although the Indians were not even picked to win the league crown, they earned a berth in the CIF playoffs. To cap off an excellent season, Coach Read ' s polo- ists captured fourth place in the CIF playoffs, losing to the eventual winners, Corona del Mar, in a double overtime game, 5 to 2. The team finished with an overall record of 18 wins and 6 defeats. Chip O ' Rourke was named most valuable player and Mike Kadera received most inspirational player award. Chip O ' Rourke Brian Williams Terry Kt rry Mem Doug Graham Larry Larson Mike Kadera George Whitestdes Rick Massimino Riclt Lyon 139 Bee Water Polo Fullerton 4 California 7 Fullerton 5 Downey 16 Fuller+on 7 La Habra 1 1 Fuller+on 6 Lowell 1 1 Fuller+on 2 Downey 21 Fullerton 1 Savanna 1 1 Fullerton 1 Corona del Mar 1 1 Fullerton 7 Sunny Hills 1 1 Fullerton 2 Anaheim 14 Fullerton 5 Buena Park 6 Fullerton 9 Troy 10 Fullerton 5 Sierra 1 This year ' s Bee Water Polo team gained lots of experience during their season. They tried hard to better their team during their numerous games and practices. The team was coached by Coach Read, and their spirit was high throughout the season. Teammates waited for a fellow Bee to take possession of the ball FRONT ROW: Mark Kazebe, Tim Watson, Gary Heller, Steve Beckham, Greg LaRock. Mike Nickless, Steve Josephson. ROW 2: Tom Starkey, Chris Bruno, Norman High, Steve Richards, Jay Easley, Bill McCauley, Hugh Christensen, Kevin Smith, Lloyd Waltz. 140 Cee Water Polo FRONT ROW: Lyndon Ostensen, Richard Cech, Bill Wickett, Don Reid, Mark Tomlinson, George Nease, Jim Walchak, Scott Freeman. ROW 2: Tom Newman, Randy Allen, Bret Harris, Kent Sollen- berger, Paul Safford, Gary Edmunds, John Wilson, Steve Dean, Gary Brown. Our Cee Water Polo team showed great form this year. Coach Read led them through a very suc- cessful season, and many young poloists showed great promise for coming seasons. 1 . Fullerton 8 California 2 Fullerton 2 Downey 18 Fullerton 12 La Habra 9 Fullerton 7 Lowell 5 Fullerton 3 Downey 10 Fullerton A Corona del Mar Fullerton 3 Sunny Hills 8 Fullerton 7 Anaheim 4 Fullerton 7 Buena Park 4 Fullerton 7 Troy 1 Fullerton 8 Sierra 6 . 0 " i_Y 9k • P fe The Cees had fun during their practices. 141 Varsity Swimming and Diving FRONT ROW: C. ORourke. R. Mossimino, B. Burmeister, T. Ostensen, D. Graham, B. Sellers. ROW 2: B. Harris. T. Shaw, M. Rhodes. D. Stunkard, M. Kadera. B. Field, T. Klein, B. Williams. 142 Coach Read in his new position as varsity swim- ming coach did a fine job of getting the boys in shape and winning meets. If our aquamen win CIF this year this will be the first time in history that a school has won it five times in a row. Special congrat- ulations go to Andy Strenlt for qualifying to represent the US in the Pan-Am games. ! hM " - • YflE «4 s - ■■ ■■ i HP ■ «9 , i .;. ; B Swimming Our prospective varsity swimmers showed great prom- ise, although competition was stiff. Because many Bees showed an exceptional ability, they were elevated to the var- sity team for competition and few swimmers were left on the Bee team. Although few in number, these Bees worked valiantly at their sport. Norman High, Bruce Shoemaker, Rick Smith, Paul Davis, Bret Harris. Mike Nicholas, Roger Yount, David Contreras. ' " £b -jMks 9 It was that last effort that led to victory A " flying " start was essential in their sport. 1 14 Since the Cee team was comprised of freshmen and sophomores lacking previous experience, fhe team didn ' t have too much success in the beginning. However, with many practice sessions and close coaching, the Cees did pull through with decisive vic- tories at the end of the sea- son. C Swimming ROW 2: Scott Freeman, Gary Brown, Paul Sofford, Mott Kinson, Gory Nesbit, Jimmy Cuiiolina. Mike Morelli, Tim Watson, Lyn Ostensen. FRONT ROW: William Kidd, Tom Newsman, Bill Wicket, Don Gromacki, Jay Meehan, Steve Dean, Gary Edmonds. The Cees demonstrated their " can-do " spirit. Practice paid off in the end for the Cees. Cross Country FRONT ROW: Phil Powers, Fred Mercado, Dick Brotherton, Steven Holgain, Bill Case, Mike Dowser. ROW 2: Ross Rutledge, Dick Bruns, Pat Spindle, Paul Lamborne, Alfonso Melgoza, Ray Epp, Denny Webb, Dave Brown, Frank Workman. ROW 3: Mike Miernik, Brant Cannon, Randy Reed, Primo Maravel, Manuel Aldaco, Frank Levoit, Fred Lytle, Larry Boyd, Rick Stotughton. UNPICTURED: Brian French, Bob McCants. Joe Cano Wim Vandenberg Dave Nelson Coach DeGroot Gary Sanders Alex Rivera 146 Cross Country Action This year ' s Cross Country Team showed a fine atti- tude as they ran the oil fields. It seemed that the mid- dle name of the team was " hard work. " The team members spent long hard hours working to shave off that fraction of a second to improve their time. The Cross Country Team was again lead by Coach De- Sroot, a veteran of many Cross Country Seasons. Mental preparation is as important as physical preparation. What thoughts are going through their heads now? Practice makes perfect! " Last one to the finish line is a loser. " 147 » _ Doug Baker attempts a 14 ' vault. Practice makes perfect. HIGH JUMPERS: Guy Giemont, Dave Brown, Scott Wright, Jim Chapman, Craig Nordstrom, Mack McCoy. I Varsity As in the past, varsity track proved again to lead Fullerton to another suc- cessful year. These tracksters had to toil under Coach DeGroot, but every minute of their constant working out paid off. ■ I f It ■■LI L , t „ n ,.- -m I 3l Craig Nordstrom pushes on to pass the La Habra foe. 148 HMk . ' j jA SHOT PUTTERS: FRONT ROW: Juan Ramirei, Rick Dudley, Art Dearer,, Brad Humenny, Don Evans, Roy Chapman. ROW 2: Kent Pagel, Byron Jacobson, Earl Engles, Ralph Appy, Art Pereida. Roddy Raub leads the pack to win the 220 in the La Habra meet. Track Placing first, second, and third in many events, Fullerton was lead to another successful year. Fine young freshman miler, Mike Jones; pole vaulter, Doug Baker; hurdler, Craig Nordstrom, and shot putter, Ralph Appy, all contributed heavily to Ful- lerton victories. POLE VAULTERS: Premo Maravel, Joe Woolery, Doug Baker, Bruce Bogart. HURDLERS: Guy Giemont, Chris Haddon, Craig Nordstrom, Dick Bruns, Frank Workman, Mack McCoy. 149 BEE TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: George Crabill. Bob Sheets, Fred Mercado. Fred Lytle, Paul Goossens, Kevin Healy. ROW 2: Ed Barnes, Mario Villanueva, Peter Roddick, John O ' Malley, Sam Stradley, James Russel, David Alford, Johnny Newell, Bob Bales, Milel Evans, Alan Robertson, Jim Kisor, Steve Brody, Scott Givson, Alfonso Melgoia. B and C 1 150 THE CEE TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Steve Woolery, Brent Cannon, Dave Brant, Holley McKell, Stephen Hume, Mike Boon, Mike Miernak, Alfonso Pereda, Xavier Armento, Joe Vargas, Gary Little. ROW 2: Antonio Hos, Don Prindle. Steve Willey, Henry Evans. Jim Hassler, Frank Childs, Tom Severns, Allen Mar- tin, Juan Pereda, Steve Halguin, Jerry Jaimes, Joey Hernandez, Jim Meyers. Track Bob Delotorre Armando Delatorre Oscar Vaienzuela Art Pereida Earl Ingalls Varsity Wrestling Brad Humenny Frank Levoit takes command of an opponent. This year ' s group of varsity mat- men, headed by Coach Van Vliet, was undoubtedly the finest yet pro- duced by our school. After many hours of hot body building practice and many hours of exciting meets our team produced its first league championship. Congratulations on a job well done. Dave Prutiman Bob Payan Ralph Appy Frank LeVoit Pat Dilley 52 Oscor Vaienzuela makes ready for the kill. Bob Payon in control over an opponent. K B B5 ■ P S IvB ' wvfl i BJ pP jtVB vk mr - | 1 3E; yO ■ LM b W%% L? nFdV FRONT ROW: A. Pereida, G. Edmunds, D. Knudsen, J. Sever, T. Rojas, A. Martin, S. Gerriclt. ROW 2: J. Thompson, A. Balsitis, M. Evans, R. Chapman, B. Gibson, K. Pagel. Coach Van Vliet Rick Kaihara sets a pin on a foe. Fullerton in control. FRONT ROW: J. Ogren, D. Kaihara, J. Pereda. L. Melendus, J. Meyers, S. Jordan. D. Prindell. ROW 2: T. Rojas, B. Stevenson, M. Villenueva, B. Armen+a, J. Hernandez, C. Sargent, B. Schutes, J. Russel, B. Tortorcie, J. Meeham, J. Severs. JV Wrestling Mike Morelll Manager This year ' s junior varsity wrest- lers worked hard to learn the fun- damentals and build muscles. They did a respectable job compiling a 2 win, 3 lost, and I tied record. Considering two of the losses were by two points, the team deserves a well done. 153 Tennis FRONT ROW: Steve Hall, Lee Hardy, William E. Jones, Mark R. Brown, Dale LaRock. ROW 2: John Wright, Bob Payan, Dave Donnenfiela 1 . Bill Coulter. Mr. Lawyer Coach John Wright demonstrates his smashing serve. Bob Payan shows exquisite form in hitting a backhand return. 154 r As Dale LaRock stands by, Mark Brown spins a racquet to determine the serve. 4tm it ■ This year both our varsity and JV tennis teams scored many resounding victories over their foes. The promising teams were led to win after win by their coach, Mr. Lawyer. Although returning lettermen were few, many new talents were displayed on both varsity and junior varsity, and next year ' s teams promise to be equally outstanding. Bill Coulter steps into a smooth forehond swing. FRONT ROW: Gordon Mellis, Dean Holmes, Gary Heller, Rusty Kennedy, Gary Plambeck, Al Hakes, Jeff Sunderman, Scott Martin, Dave Wilson, Kyle C ' ttadm, Chuck Brauer, Fred Bauman. ROW 2: Scott Thayer, Lindsay McCall, Kevin Smith, Roland Crawford, Doug Knudson, Bob Mason, Woyne Grubbs, Steve Easley. Brian Helvey, Kent Sollenburger, Brent Weindling. . - I The Many Faces . 5jfe£% li Sports Banquets The sports banquets of the year were just as suc- cessful as those in the past, though the cafeteria was not available. The girls ' gym served as the hall of recognition for those meriting honors in their prospective sports. Congratulations on a job well done. Keeping it in the family7 Off to a good start! A lot of time and hard work went into that letter. RSi-1 A couple of real champs. First come, first serve. Final preparation. 158 GAA Cabinet Under the supervision and guiding hands of adviser Miss Ford and presi- dent Jean Thompson, the Girls Athletic Association upheld its tradition of good sportsmanship among the girls at Fullerton High. Though small in number this year, the GAA members kept themselves extremely active. The girls participated in their respective sports, sponsored their annual " Get Ac- quainted Party, " sold candy as a fund raising project, and helped deco- rate the goal posts during football season. Jeanne Thompson President Miss Ford Adviser FRONT ROW: Kathy Farquhar. Christa Schnell, Lynn Wolfe. ROW 2: Janet Wood, Kay Wickett, Carol McAuliffe, Lois Starkey, Peggy Johnson. ROW 3: Peggy O ' Rourke, Dede Delatorre. Pat Worm- ley, Jeanne Thompson, Chris Hill, Marcia Taylor. 159 • • -4- Miss Swoffer. Advisor Peg O ' Rourke, Manager GAA swimming was at its best this year. In intra- mural competition, the team did very well, win- ning most of its meets. Peggy O ' Rourke again set swimming records this year in various categories. All added up to a very suc- cessful year for the GAA swimmers. Peg O ' Rourke came in for o first and led the team to victory. GAA Swimming 16C Verilee Thompson, Sue Wilson, Melmda Burson, Tracy Archipley, Kerry Rlutsel, Barb Richardson, Jean Sellers, Fran Button, Judy Keller, Nancy Bates, Jane Fowler, Chris Hill, Linda Chrlstenson. Lisa Thomas, Avril Dimond, Say Hume. Miss ShurH, Adviser Diving was their sport. These graceful mermaids, under the supervision of Miss Shurtz, did a fine job this year of executing dif- ficult dives. Skill and good style were shown through- out the season by Fuller- ton ' s diving team. Graceful dives were executed by our Indian maidens. and Diving • Nancy Bates, Judy Keller, Krista Crabill, Gerry Jacobson, Sylvia Lyon, Ruth Schatiman, Debbie Elkins, Judy Clisby. 161 MEMBERS: Flora Biegel, Nancy Butcher, Peggy Canon, Roslyn Christensen, Vlclci Crawford, Avril Dimond, Sandy Pyron, Linda Walters, Pat Wormley, and Carol Wright. GAA Field Hockey W m V " «p «P r ¥ J V V A new GAA sport this year, field hockey, was enjoyable for all of fhe girls on the team. Through long hours of hard, enthusi- astic work, they gained experience and im- proved their skills. Miss Day Adviser Pat Wormley Manager 1 62 Janet Wood Manager Also new this year, the GAA track and field team proved to be a rewarding experience for the girls. They had meets with other schools as well as participating in interclass competition. In a tour- nament with nine other schools at Lowell, Marlies Vandenberg won second place in the 880 long dis- tance run. The girls participated in the shot put, the long jump, 220 yard relay, 50 yard dash, 75 yard dash, 220 yard run, 100 yard dash and the 880 long distance run. Miit Day Adviser GAA Track and Field MEMBERS: Flora Biegal, Bonnie Brown, Kathy Farquhar, Jane Fowler, Mo Quinlivan, Jeanne Sellers. Marlies Vandenberg, Janet Wood. 163 Members of G.A.A. Badminton had a very prosperous season under advisor Miss Ford and manager Kay Wickett. The girls practiced their strokes and gained valua- ble experience and knowl- edge of this age-old sport. FRONT ROW: Jan Grumet, Gail Hudspeth, Polly Norby, Sharon Burner, Judy Keller, Koy Wiclcett, Manager. ROW 2: Elaine Little. Peggy Johnson, Jeanne Thompson, Cheryl Andersen, Pat Wormly, Janet Wood, Tina Manuel. ROW 3: Carolyn Hoyle, Lynne Wolfe, Nancy Calhoun, Ann Dietzer, Peggy Burrin, Terrie Bowen, Deanne Jones, Chris Hill, Nancy Howard. G A A B A D M I N T N Terrie Bowen stretches for a smash. Elaine Little just misses the bird. 16 These girls demonstrated gymnastics could be fun. It took skill and balance all the way up. After school gymnastics was something new this year for the girls ' physical education department. Under the supervision of Miss Ford, the group, al- though small, was very suc- cessful in learning many of the skills used in gymnas- tics. G Y M N A S T I C S Maureen Guinlivan, Viclci Abrams, Sylvia Lyon, JeoneHe Strickland, Linda Hellon, Lyne+te Germain. -■. GAA Tennis Girls interested in improving their tennis skills were invited to meet Thursdays after school under the supervision of Miss Shurtz and the management of Eleanor Rob- erts. They enjoyed gaining experi- ence and improving techniques. Miss Shurtz Adviser Eleanor Roberts Manager FRONT ROW: Linda Braclett, Debbie Jones, Pat Wormley, Ellen Isaacs. Lynn Wolfe. Eileen Payan. ROW 2: Marti Kahler, Flora Biegel, Kathy Farquhar, Carol Wright, Chris Hill, Deonne Jones. Nancy Calhoun. ROW 3: Penny Kenyon, Lisa Thomas, Linda Christensen, Diana Griffin, Rita Golden, Marcia Taylor, Peggy Johnson. ! 66 M GAA Volleyball Chris Hill Manager Miss Swoffer Adviser i in ji in i«r ALL STAR TEAM: Marcia Golden, Georganne Woodward, Peggy O ' Rourke, Elaine Little, Judy Keller, Peggy Johnson, Deanne Jones, Chris Hill, Caran Cox, Betty McCoy, Marlies Vandenburg, Lisa Thomas, and Sandy Villegas. JUNIOR AND SENIOR TEAMS: Marcia Golden, Natalie Jahr, Marcia Taylor, Jeanne Thompson, Georganne Woodward, Peggy O ' Rourke, Elaine Little, Judy Keller, Peg Johnson. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE TEAMS: Tina Barletta, Janet Brow, Linda Christensen, Lisa Thomas, Margot Graves, Caran Cox, Vicki Craw- ford, Carole Lyon, Gail Hudspe+h, Deanne Jones, Janice Grumet, Linda Walters, Connie Gibson, Marlies Vandenburg, Avril Dimond, Hiedi Fogo, Rita Golden, Nancy Calhoun, Cindi Raub, Chris Hill, Sharon Burner, Debbie Jones, Pat Worm ley, Victoria McCants, Carol Wright, Sandy Villegas, Kathy Brown, Tina Manuel, Betty McCoy, Flora Bte- gel, Lari Pyron, Pam Martin, Nancy Butcher, and Jane Fowler. 167 GAA Softball Under the direction of Miss Day, girls in- terested in Softball fourth quarter, were seen out on the field after school, observ- ing rules for better sportsmanship and learn- ing the game ' s basic techniques. The GAA decorated the goal posts tor many Fullerton home games. FRONT ROW: Flora Biegel. Bonnie Brown, Caren Cox, Janice Haynie, Janet Wood, Lois Storkey. ROW 2: Nancy Butcher, Mary Snyder, Rita Golden, Jocve Green, Nancy Calhoun, Sandy Villegas. ROW 3: Kathy Farquhar, Kathy Brown, Connie Gibson, Fran Button, Stephanie Gaines, Jeanne Thompson, Chris Hill. 168 t } , L I »• i m % J 1 0 I • • «m .- Activities ■ Fall Play " The Night of January 16th, " this year ' s Fall Play, was a large success. Did Karen Andre push her boss and supposed lover off the cliff? The verdict returned from the jury was " no. " Under the direction of Mr. Peters and stage manager Julie Turner, the play was enjoyed by all. The policeman explains what he saw. 11 2 Counsel for the defense. Mr. Flint questions Homer Van Fleet. Steve Beckham reads the suicide letter. Karen Andre Sue Vendrell Mr. Stevens Chris Norby Mr. Flint Mark Keiserman Nancy Lee Faulkner Polly Norby Larry Regan Gary Murdy John Graham Whitfield Ed Humenny Judge Heath Jon Brewer Dr. Kirkland Bill Marquardt Mrs. John Hutchins Caryl Solberg Homer Van Fleet John Watts Elmer Sweeney Steve Beckham Magna Svenson Raynette Halvorsen Jane Chandler Stephanie Hankinson Siguid Jungquist Nancy Hall Roberta Van Rensselaer Tania Omaliv Clerk Tom Roland Bailiff John Hall Prison matron Chris Floan S tenographer Ann Marcoux Mr. Steven ' s secretary Lori Wells Mr. Flint ' s secretary Jo Anne Pharris Policeman Steve Shaw 172 I — i J I Meditations ■vw£ sti Miss Cheryl Gray Homecoming Queen 1966-67 174 Homecoming 1966-67 175 One of the most exciting events of the year is Homecoming. This is the time when alumni return to their Alma Mater and view the changes made since their departure. This is when memories of the past are re- vived, and old friends are reunited. Fullerton ' s Homecoming was highlighted this year by the crowning of our Homecom- ing Queen, Cheryl Gray, and the corona- tion of her court. The crowning took place during the half-time of the game with Mag- nolia, and was aided by Fullerton High ' s Featherettes and marching band. The dance, held in the Girls ' Gym the following night, topped off the Homecom- ing festivities. The gym was decorated with blue, green, and yellow roses as well as rainbows to correspond with the theme of " Roses and Rainbows. " The couples danced to music provided by the Tempos. This year ' s Homecoming, without a doubt, proved to be the best in the history of Fullerton High. 176 Roses And Rainbows K)StS arA WainbouoS 177 Once again John Premo performed at an assembly playing his guitar and singing folic songs. Assemblies Theresa Shrum had a style all her own. We were entertained by an interesting and amusing speech by Billy Mills. Newcomers and old alike were introduced to the leaders of our school. It Ready, begin . . 178 We were introduced to many of the characters in " The Teahouse of the August Moon. " Talent Show On January 7, talented students of Fuller- ton competed for first, second, and third prizes in the third annual Thespian spon- sored Talent Show. Chris Squires carried off first prize with his piano renditions, Dian Sherman took second for her original folk song composition, and Mark Roberts was awarded third for his display of magic. The money received from the Talent Show was used by the Thespians to repair their green r oom below the auditorium stage. Chris Squires — First-Place Winner. u 111 Hlfl Russ Teasdale imitated Crazy Guggenheimer. Bonnie Brown sang " Sugar Town. The Executive Board was represented. Couples enjoyed listening to the band. TIN CAW ALU Y Girl rf v N ; " " 2 ■ • WCj KJI v ■ pt ca. jflr Ti H Ifi y ■ " J ' 1 |J Lh Choperones thought the dance was quite a success. They could have danced all night. 180 The city dump added to the atmosphere. Date Costumes odded to the fun. On February 18, the girls ' gym was transformed into a bums ' paradise for the annual girl date dance. The requirement for every couple to be wearing something alike added fun and humor. Tin cans scattered on the floor, a box car setting, and music by the Elm St. Hotel, concluded a night that will be long remembered. The Elm St. Hotel provided entertainment. ■ Spring Play " Inasara ikettatte ikarenai deshol " and off to Okinawa in the spring play, THE TEA HOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON. Written by John Patrick, the pla) by ' s difficulties in trying to " teach y Jot slay was a story of one Captain Fis those Okinawans the meaning of de- mocracy. " Acclaimed by the student body as a great success, the play was performed brilliantly by the drama department, under the direction of Mr. Peters. IS •r jpr Saltini . .... John Watts Sergeant Gregovich Edward Humenny Colonel Purdy III Chris Norby Captain Fisby Gary Murdy Old Woman Susan Vendrell Old Woman ' s Daughter Stephanie Hanlunson Ancient Man Ted Vasquei Mr. Hokaida Ed Voccia Mr. Omura Bob Teasdale Mr. Sumata Steve Shaw Mr. Sumata ' s Father Te d Vasquez Mr. Seiko - Michale March Miss Higa Jiga J [ ) y A Hf Sylvia Lyons . Mr. Keora. iV f ImMA 4frw B eoM iam l J Mr. Oshira Jon Brewer P Lotus Blossom Ann Safford Captain McLean __ Bill Marquardt 182 9 Freak-out was the term used to describe the sophomore playnight this year. Besides hosting a number of games such as hop-scotch and jump rope, all the playnights of- fered the classes to meet their own members. On the whole, the play- nights were a great success. They really freaked-out. Fullerton Union High School, huh! Playnites ' 67 One potato, two potato Roclt-out at the frealc-out. ' Sounds of silence. " Jump rope A ' go-go. 183 r ] B4 Stag Dances Beachcomber ' s Ball Again the tennis court was transformed into an exotic island. The Key Club sponsored the annual Beachcomb- ers ' Ball which was attended by many members of the entire student body. Students wore shifts, capris, ber- mudas, tennies, hurachis, and whatever other sporty attire was appropriate in dancing to the music of a name band. 18 f it V aOMi ri jK ' s W u, Virile King Mack McCoy and Radiant Queen Glenna Newkirk reigned over your 1 966-67 Pow Wow Dance. 188 Glenda Frank Junior Attendant Barbara Sowder Senior Attendant Teri Shaw Sophomore Attendant Melinda Larsen Freshman Attendant Tonacatecuhtli Tonacatecuh+li proved to be a memor- able evening for all of those in attendance. Couples danced to many excellent selec- tions provided by The Esquires. Hungry In- dians were served punch and cookies. Couples had the perogative of being photo- graphed in a very appropriate setting of an Aztec temple with a sun, plants and reed mats. Couples toolc time out to talk. The 1966-67 Pow Wow Royalty was presented to the student body both at the assembly and at the dance. Tired out, they decided to sit this one out. 190 H mfl W9 XS Ni The 1966-67 Pow Wow Royalty had the floor for the traditional Royalty Dance. ) King Mack McCoy was escorted by ASB secretary, Linda Fredricltson. Queen Glenna Newltirlc was escorted by AMS president, Chris Smith. m m. 5teve Beckham was elected to be the 1967-68 Indian mascot. 1. Can Johnny come out and play? 2. Jane Cowell goes topless. 3. ... and another day ends. 4. Nancy Bates sweeping at camp. 5. Bill Colter as Pancho Villa. 6. Ed Humenny calls and raises two. 7. Freshmen take over Senior Corner. 8. A strange visitor in English class. 9. Ralph Appy sitting pretty. A 1. Hi! We ' re the camp counselors. 2. What ' s the name of this game? 3. The white Icnight would love us. 4. A familiar sight. 5. Best dressed men of the year. 6. Us odd? Not a chance. 7. Let ' s see, should I use pink or blue? 8. Paula and Jill living it up. 9. Superman Sellers. r ry 194 On CLsJ )«J 7 Seniors 195 BE . CLASS OF 1967, When we entered high school, we were very excited, of course, at the thought that we finally made it to high school and that we were finally freshmen at Fullerton. As we pro- gressed through high school, we probably pictured ourselves as the senior class at Fullerton, and sometimes this picture seemed as though it would never come. We have all waited patiently, and now, believe it or not, we are Seniors. When we thought of ourselves as seniors, we wanted this year to be the best. We chose class officers to lead us. But when we think about it, it wasn ' t the officers that made our senior year great, or just ordinary, it was the whole class, working together as one body. We were at a disadvantage when our class was cut due to the addition of a new high school. A class of three hundred as compared to classes of six hundred or seven hundred didn ' t sound encouraging at all. With a small class, we were able to work with people we know and trust. It has been my pleasure, and I am also speaking for my cabinet, to serve you, the Fullerton Union High School class of 1967. It has made me proud to be part of a class that has succeeded such as ours has. Sod bless all of you, [J Kelley H. Moser 196 Bill Harris AMS Nancy Smith AWS 197 m ,7 MARSHA ABBOTT IRENE ADAME ALICE ADSIT Concert Choir 2, 3; Ensem- AWS Transfer Student — Mayfair ble 2; Weekly PLEIADES 2. High School. 4; Publicity Committee 4. BARBARA ANN ANDERSON Teep Toppers 2, 3. SHERYL ANDERSON Transfer Student — Watseka Community High School. PAUL DAVID ARCHIPLY Cross Country I. 2; Track I, 2; Hi-Y Club 3, 4; Key Club 4; Weekly PLEIADES 2, 3; ASB Pres. 4. LORELY PATRICIA ANSELL Dance Productions 3; Latin Club I, 2; Biology Club 3, 4. RALPH GRANT APPY Wrestling I, 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Club 3, 4, Sec. Treas. 4; Student Court Bailiff 4. V 4. ' ELVERA MARY ROGER BENSON ASHLEY ROBERT JAMES ASKEVOLD ARREDONDO AMS Latin Club 3. AWS 198 y CATHE AVERETT Featherettes I, 2, 3; Idakas 3, 4; Publicity Committee 2; Homecoming Att. 2, 4; Song- leader 4. JAMES ALAN BAILES CAROL BAK DOUG ALLEN BAKER Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3: AWS Football 2. 3; 4; Basketba Track 2. 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Var sity Club 2. 3, 4. ROBERT BALES Football 3; Wrestling 3; FFA I. 2, 3. DEBBY BARDO AWS t 4M NANCY ANN BATES £ " 3te . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3. Overall Pres. 4: Idakas 4, His- torian; Pleiads 4; GAA 1 2, 3. 4; Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu- » -r 7 W dent Congress 1 ; Dance Con- 1 £.a cert 2, 3; Cherokee Dancer 4. Si ' ' • l F ■ ... MICHAEL BEARD Tennis 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; German Club I, 2, 3; AMS Sec.-Treas. 4; Indian Stags 4. LINDA JENE BECK Girls ' Glee 3; Pep Club. JAMES EDWARD BECKHAM Men ' s Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4. JUDY ANN BECKHAM Student Congress I, 2, 3, 4; Teen Toppers I, 2, 3; Idakas 4; Y-Teens 4; Music Club 3. 199 r- i SUSAN CAROL BECKMAN JENI BELTRAN GAY ELLEN BENSON Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 1, AWS AWS Treas. 2; Annual PLEIADES 3. 4, Ads Mgr. 4; Idakas 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Social Commit- tee 4. CALVIN LOUIS BLOOD Football I. 2; Basketball I, 2; Track I, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Class Treas. 2. DONALD BLAKESLEY Spanish Club 3, 4; Senior Class Gift Committee 4; Biology Club 4. KENNETH P. BISSON Water Polo I, 2, 3; Swimming I, 2, 3. CHARLES BOATRIGHT AMS 4 if WILLIAM PAUL BEZANSON AMS KENNETH NORMAN BERRY FFA I, 2. 3. DIANA LOUISE BOSTROM DONALD M. BOYST AWS Biology Club 3; FFA I, 2, 3. Reporter 3. 200 2tM JOEL BRAUN AMS GAIL BRENNER GAA 2, 3; Donee Concert 2, 3; Biology Club 3; French Club 3; Rally Committee 4. CLARK BRODY Football 2; Art Club 3. 4, Pres. 4. BONNIE LEE BROWN Rally Committee 4; Biology Club 4; Thespians 4; Con- cert Choir 4; Y-Teens 4. JACK BROWN Biology Club 3. TIM BROWN AMS PATTI BUNNELL Featherettes 3, 4; Drama Club I; Music Club 3; Senior Class Sec. STEVEN LEE BUSBY Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 : Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class Pres. JAN KATHERINE BUTTON GAA I ; AFS I ; Teen Toppers 3; Biology Club 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Y-Teens 3, 4. JEAN ANN CALLAS Y-Teens 2; Spanish Club 3; Biology Club 4. SUSAN JOANNE CAMPBELL GAA 2. 20 ; JOANN CARLISLE Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club I, Sec. 2; Biology Club 2. 3, 4; Jr. Class Treas.; Idakas 4; ASB Social Chairman; Assem- bly Committee 4. VIRGINIA CARMELO GAA 3; Latin Club 3; Span- ish Club 3. JANIE RUTH CARR GAA 2, 3, 4. GAIL ANN CHAMBERLIN Idaka 2, 3, Sec. 3, V-Pres. 4; GAA I, 2, 3. ' y A T ■rV ' ' ■ -. V TERRY LYNNE CHILDS Annual PLEIADES 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4; Rally Committee 4; Ticket Committee 4; Social Committee 4; Y-Teens I. 4; AFS 4; GAA I, 4; Pleiads 4. LUCINDA CHRISTENSEN French Club I, 2, 3; Plei- ads I, 2, 3, 4; ICC 2, 4, Sec. 4; Y-Teens I. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2. Overall Sec. 3, Over- all V-Pres. 4; Idakas 3, 4. Pres. 4; Cherokee Dancer 4. ROSLYN CHRISTENSEN French Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Bi- ology Club 3, 4; Weekly PLEIADES; GAA I, 4; FTA 3; Pleiads 3; Music Club I, 2; Teen Toppers 3, 4; Y-Teens 4. ROGER K. CLAASSEN German Club 2. JOHN L. CHURCH Latin Club I. 2; Biology Club 3, 4; Senior Week Committee 4; Ticket Committee 4; Stu- dent Congress I. TIM JOHN CLEMANN Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Plei- ads 4; Student Medical So- ciety 3. PATRICIA D. CLEVELAND Concert Choir 2. RICHARD STEVE COOK Indian Stags Club 4; AFS 4; Tennis 3, 4; Swimming 4. DAVID CARMICHAEL AMS 202 ROBERT L. CRESS Student Congress I, 2; Biol- ogy Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Indian Stags Club 4; Senior Week Committee 4. CYNTHIA ANN CURBY THOMAS N. CURLEE RONALD LEE DALE Pep Club 3; Biology Club 3; Radio Club 1 , Treas. 1 ; AMS Featherettes 4; Weekly PLEI- Weekly PLEIADES 4. ADES 4; Spring Play 2; Asst. Ed. of Indigo 4; Thespians 4. THOMAS BARRETT DARKE Football I, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling I, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; In- dian Stags Club 4. DINAH DAVIS AWS JOHN F. DAVIS Gymnastics Club I. ARMANDO D. DELATORRE Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 3; FFA I, 2, 3. JESSIE M. DEAN Student Congress 3, 4; Featherettes 4; Music Club 3; Girls ' Choir 3, 4; Senior Cl ass Council. ROBERT DELATORRE Football I, 2; Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2. JAY E. DE ROSIER Transfer — Clay High School. PAT R. DERRY Football 2; Wrestling 2; Track 2. TOMAS DIAZ AMS 203 -y iM MARY FRANCES DIECKMANN German Club I, 2; Y-Teens 2; Rally Committee 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Biology Club 3. PATRICK LEON DILLEY German Club I ; Football Mgr. 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track Mgr. 2; Biology Club 2. BRADLEY L. DOANE Fall Play 3; Student Court 4; Indian Stags Club 4; Hi-Y 4. DONALD PHILLIP DOLL AMS DAVE LYLE DONNENFIELD Latin Club I, 2; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, V-Pres. 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3 Student Sportscaster 2, 3, 4 AFS 2, 3, 4; Tennis I, 2, 3 ASB V-Pres. 4. SUSAN JEANNE DOSEFF Dance Concert 3; Feather- ettes 4; Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4; Annual PLEIADES 4; Pep Club 3; Social Committee 4; Art Club 4, Sec. 4. LINDA DOVE AWS MICHAEL DUANE DOWD Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4; Or- chestra I, Pep Band I, 4; Spanish Club 4. I SUSAN DARLENE DRAKE Transfer Student — Monte- bello High School. DIANE DULLEY AWS STEPHEN L. EASTWOOD Drama Club 2, 3, Pres. 3; Spring Play I, 2; Fall Play 2; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. CANDICE EMBREY Art Club 2, 3, 4. BOB C. ERTHAL Latin Club I. 2; Ticket Com- mittee 4; Indian Stags Club 4; Senior Gift Committee 4; Football 2. 204 fcAik DIANE G. FAIRWEATHER AWS JACKIE FAULKNER RANDY FAULKNER WILLIAM FERGUSON Student Congress 2, 3. AMS German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 3; Russian Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Key Club 4; Class Treas. 4; Spring Musical 1 . CRAIG FIELD Swimming 4; Water Polo 4; Indian Stags Club 4, Pres. 4. VICKY LYNN FLETCHER AWS JOHN FOX Football 2. GAYLE LOUISE FORBES AWS GRANT FOWLER AMS BECKY ANNE FRANKS Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Rally Com- mittee 4; Art Club 4; French Club 3, 4; Social Committee 4. 4 ROSANNE FORNWALT Latin Club 2; FHA 2, 3. 4, Pres. 4; ICC 4; Student Con- gress 4. J LINDA KAY FREDERICK GAA 2, 3, 4; Student Medi cal Society 3. LARRY ALLEN FREDERICK Swimming 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, V-Pres. 4; Indian Stags Club 4; Annual PLEI- ADES Staff Artist 4. 205 r " LINDA LEE FREDRICKSON Y-Teens I, 2; Student Con- gress I; AFS I, 2, 3. 4; Soph. Class Sec; Spanish Club 3, 4; Forensic Club Sec. 4; Weekly PLEIADES 3. 4; Featherettes 2; ASB Sec. 4. STEPHANIE JEAN GAINES GAA I, 2, 3, 4; Teen- Toppers 2, Treas. 3, V-Pres. 4; Biology Club 4; Featherettes 4; Pow Wow Att. 3. JESS DAVID GALVAN Football I, 2; Boys ' Glee 3,4. 4 GWEN GARDINER Pleiads I, 2, Sec. 3, 4; French Club I, 2. 3; Y-Teens I, V-Pres. 2. 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Student 3. BETH L. GAYTON Spanish Club 3, 4; FHA 3; Pleiads 2. 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Y-Teens 4. SHERRI LYNN GERINGER German Club I; AFS I. LYNETTE M. GERMAIN GAA 2; FHA 3; Majorette 4; Y-Teens 4. MILLIE LOU GILLIAM Biology Club 2, 3. SANDY GESS GAA I, 2, 3, 4. Sec. 3. 4; German Club 2, 3; Concert Band I, 2; Y-Teens 4; Biology Club 4; Assembly Committee 4; ASB Publicity Chairman 4; Election Board 4. JOHN WILLIAM GOLDEN Football I, 3. 4; Wrestling 3. MARCIA KAYE GOLDEN GAA I, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 4. CAROLE J. GOMEZ AWS TONY GOOSSENS German Club I. 4; Biology Club 2. 3; Swimming I; Ten- nis 4. 206 TOM GORTNER AMS CHERYL LEE GRAY GAA I; Pep Club 3; French Club 3; Y-Teens 3. 4; Art Club 4; Yell Leader 4; Home- coming Queen 4. LINDA GUZMAN AWS NANCY SUE GRIMM Y-Teens 3; Pep Club 3; Drama Club 3. X h SUSAN MARY GUILLOT GAA I; Y-Teens 3. 4; Biology Club 3. CHRISTOPHER HADDON Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Varsity Club 4. SHEILA B. Concert Choi HAGER I, 2. 3, 4. NANCY LOUISE HALL Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V-Pres. 4; French Club I, 2; Biology Club 3; Director of Elections 4; Fall Play I, 2, 3.4; Spring Ploy 2. 3. LINDA KAREN HAIGHT Concert Choir I, 2. 3, 4; En- semble I, 2, 4; Latin Club I; Student Medical Society 2; Pleiads 3, 4; Spring Mu- sical I. DEBORAH HANVEY BRUCE EDWARD HARRIS RENNE HARRIS Biology Club 3; Rally Com- Key Club 3, 4; Biology Club AWS mittee 3. 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 2. WILLIAM BAKER HARRIS Water Polo I. 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; Key Club 3. 4; Student Con- gress 3; AMS Rep. 4; Swim- ming 4; Indian Stags 4. 207 i ' . fell It CHARLES EDWARD HAURY Transfer Student — San Ber- nardino, California. ROD BRUCE HAWKINSON Boys ' Choir 2. DOLORES D. HAYES Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4; Dramo Club 3, 4; Biology 3. 4; Elec- tion Board 4; Assembly Com- mittee 4. I LINDA JEAN HELLON Student Medical Society 2; Biology Club 4; Student Con- gress 4; GAA 4. TRISH HERSHMAN Latin Club I, 2; Forensic Club 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3; Biology Club 4. CHARLES WAYNE HIGH Water Polo 2; Track 2; Ger- man Club 3. 4; Latin Club I, 2; Student Congress 2; Biol- ogy Club 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; ASB Treas. 4; Indian Stags 4. JONATHON G. HILL Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4; Ger- man Club I. 2. 3. 4, Pres. 4; Pleiads I, 2, 3, 4; Indian Stags 4. GORDON HOLMES AMS LOUISE PUDVAH AWS 2 OR EDWARD S. HUMENNY Thespians 2. 3. 4; Spring Play 2, 3. 4; Pleiads I, 2, 3. 4; Fall Play 4, Wrestling 3; Football I; Biology Club 3, 4; Dramo Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; German Club 2, 3. 4; AFS 3. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Student Con- gress 3, Christmas Play. EARLE INGALLS Football I, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4; Trock I. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; ICC 4. ROSALIE ANNE INGRAHAM Concert Choir 2, 3. BYRON R. JACOBSON Football I, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. JEROME C. JAHR Chess Club 4. NATALIE AUDRY JAHR FHA 2, 4; GAA 3, 4. AL JAMES Pep Band 2, 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 3; Stu- dent Congress 2; Biology Club 2. BARBARA ELIZABETH JAMES Student Congress I, 2; Stu- dent Medical Society 3; Bi- ology Club 3; Teen Toppers 3; Publicity Committee 4; Annual PLEIADES 4. ABBY JARAMILLO FHA I; GAA 3, 4. ANNE ELIZABETH JOHNSON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. I, Treas. 4; Pleiads I, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4. CHRIS MARTIN JOHNSON Football 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Hi-Y 4; Indian Stags 4; Ticket Com- mittee 4; CASC Rep. 4; Track 2. " " • CAROL LYNN JONES Drama Club I, 2; Thespians 2, 3, 4; V-Pres. 3; Student Medical Society 2, 3; Biology Club 3; Y-Teens 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Spring Play 2, 3; ASB ICC Chairman 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4; Idakas 4; Jr. Class Sec. PAULA A. JONES GAA I, 2; French Club 2, Y-Teens 4. MARCI LEE JUBALA Annual PLEIADES 3.4, Editor- in-Chief 4; Rally Committee 4, Election Board 4; Social Committee 4. At MICHAEL L. KADERA Water Polo I, 2, 3, 4; Swim- ming I, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2. 3, 4; Treas. 3, Pres. 4; French Club 3; Soph. Class V-Pres.; Indian Stags 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; Pleiads I; Student Con- gress 3; ICC 4. 209 GAYLE ELIZABETH KEEFER Latin Club I, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3. 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Idokos 3, 4: Forensic Club 4; Drama Club I, 2; AWS Rep. 3. Pres. 4. MARK KEISERMAN Drama 2, 3, 4; Assembly Com- mittee 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 2, 3, 4; Plei- ads 2. CHARLES EDWARD KENELEY Student Congress I ; Football 2. 3; Basketball 2; Track 2. GLORIA JEAN KENT Transfer Student — Sunny Hills High School. LES JAMES KENYON Tennis I, 2; Chess Club 3; Band I, 4; Drum Major 4; Pep Band 3, 4. KATHY DIANE KEOUGH Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; AWS 4, Sec. 4. VELDA KREIMEIER Idakas 3, 4; Y-Teens 2. 3, 4, V-Pres. 4; Droma Club 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3. 4. Sec. 4; ASB Productions Chairman; Biol- ogy Club 4; French Club I, 2. TERRY KNISLEY Gymnastic Club I ; Footbc I, 2. CHRISTINE MARIE KRANTZ Latin Club 2, 3; GAA 4; Bi- ology Club 3; Y-Teens 4. DALE P. LA ROCK Tennis 3; Chess Club 3; Water Polo 4. LINDA LARSON DALE LAUGHERY DUANE LA VIGNE AWS AMS Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3; Sponish Club 2 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. 2 1 CINDY JO LAWRENCE Socio! Committee 4; Y-Teens 3; GAA 3. DAVE K. LENGYEL AMS ALLAN LEONARD AMS ATLAN LEONARD Track 2; Cross Country 3. SYLVIA JANE LYON Publicity Committee I, 4; French Club I. 2, 3, 4; Rus- sian Club 2; Biology Club 3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Student Congress 4; Fall Play 2; Spring Play 2, 4. WILLIAM D. MACKEY Thespians 4. Stagecraft 2, 3, 4. MARYA INEZ MADDOX Concert Choir 2, 4; Fea+her- ettes 2, 3; GAA 1,2; Music Club 2, 3; Head Song Leader 4: Idakas 3, 4; Spring Musi- Z2 I. CHET JOHN MALINOWSKI Football 2. BILLIE JEAN MALTSBERGER Drama Club I, 4; Student Congress I, 2; Forensic Club I. 4; Thespians 4: GAA I, 2. ROGER BAKER MANUEL ALBERT MARAVEL LINDA T. MARCOUX Football 1 ; Electronics Club AMS Spring Musical 1 ; Assembly 3, 4. Pres. 4; ICC 4. Committee 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Rally Committee 4; Social Committee 4. TERRY LEE MARTINET Annual PLEIADES 3, 4, Sec. 4; Biology Club 2: Publicity Committee 2: Pep Club 3; Pleiads 4. 211 ALAX A. MARTINEZ Baseball 3, 4. GLORIA MARTINEZ AWS CRAIG M. MATHEWS AMS FORREST MAXEY AMS KATHLEEN NORA MAURIN GAA I, 2; Russian C lub 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Pow Wow AH. 2; Student Congress 3; Idakas 4; Yell Leader 3, 4, Head 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; AFS 3. CLAUDIA REIGH MAXWELL Art Club 3. 4; FFA Sweet- heart 4. JIM E. McCANN French Club I ; Biology Club 4. WILLIAM H. McAULAY Baseball 2, 4; Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4; Indian Stags 4; Social Com- mittee 4; Spanish Club 4; Drama Club I; Mixed Chorus I. REVA YVONNE McBRIDE Transter Student — Lerezin- ger High School. MACK McCOY Football I, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Key Club 2. 3. CONNIE McGRAW Y-Teens I. 2. 3. 4, Sec. 3; Ida- kas 4, AWS Rep. 4; Feather- ettes 3, 4; Annual PLEIADES 4; Social Committee 4. CATHIE MclNTYRE Student Congress I. Girls Chorus I. DEBORAH MARY McMULLIN Biology Club 2; Drama Club 3; Thespians 3. 4; Spring Play 2, 3; Fall Play 3. 212 JOSEPH McNICOL AMS MAGGIE MERCADO Y-Teens 4. BOB RICHARD MERRITT Football 2; FFA I, 3. LARRY G. MOORE FFA I, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 4. GINGER MORGAN AWS JUDY ARLENE MORGAN GAA I, 2, 4; Girls ' Chorus I, 4; Y-Teens 4. KELLY MOSER Frosh V-Pres; Latin Club I, 2, V-Pres. 2; AMS Rep. 2; Stu- dent Congress I, 4; ICC 4; Sr. Class Pres.; Key Club 2. 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4. GARY LEE MURDY Weekly PLEIADES 4; Drama Club 4; Spring Play 4; Fall Play 4. GLORIA NASH AWS STEVE ARTHUR NELSEN Football I, 2, 3; Track I, 2: Tennis 3; Forensic Club I, 2, 3: Pres. 4; Key Club 4; AMS V-Pres. 4; Court Justice 4; Debate 2, 4. BRIAN NELSON AMS DAVID LEWIS NELSON Latin Club I; Football I, 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Track I. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. MONICA MARIE NELSON Music Club I, 2, 3; German Club 3. 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4 : Drama Club 2, 4; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 3. 4. 213 GLENNA L. NEWKIRK Featheret+es I, 2, 3; Song Leader 4; Homecoming Att. 3; Spanish Club 3; French Club 3, 4; GAA 3; Social Committee 3. MIKE NOLAN AMS LAURIE KAY NOONAN Student Congress 3; French Club 2; GAA 4. TENNY CRAIG NORDSTROM Football I, 2. 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Latin Club I; Band I, 2; Indian Stags 4. DAVID OGREN Cross Country I, 2, 3; Track I, 3; Key Club 3. 4; HI-Y 3, 4; Speech Club 4; Soph. Pres.; Jr. AMS Rep.; Yell Leader 4; Indian Stags 4. RALPH OROSCO Football 2, 3; Wrestling 3 ROBERT GEORGE O ' ROURKE Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 2. 3, 4; Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 2, 4; Indian Stags 4; Yell Leader 4; Key Club 2; Hi-Y 4. DIANE VICTORIA PADILLA GAA I, 2. BOB A. PARADA Drama Club I. BELINDA DIANNE PARKS AWS STUART R. PATRICK LAVONNE PATTERSON ROBERT E. PAYAN AMS AWS Football 2; Water Polo 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Weekly PLEIADES Debate 3. 214 (P. f. LAURA DIANE PEARSON Y-Teens I. JANET PEEK ART V. PEREIDA MARK PETERSON AWS Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2; Varsity Club 3, 4. AMS JOANNE BEVERLY PHARRIS Student Congress 3; Modern Dance Concert 3; Girls ' Chorus 3; GAA 3; Fall Play 3; Thespians 4; Drama Club 4. J. R. PFINSGRAPH AMS JOHN F. PILGER Student Congress 3; Biology Club 2, 3. 4, V-Pres.3, Pres. 4; German Club I, 2, 3, 4 Treas. 3, V-Pres. 4; Hi-Y 4 Student Medical Society 3 Key Club 4; Indian Stags 4 Sr. Class V-Pres. ED PINNELL AMS MICHAEL RAYMOND PIZANO Music Club I, 2, 3; Football I, 2; Cross Country 3; Wrest- ling I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Marching Band I, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Student Congress I . - DONNA LYNN POTTS ROSI PRATT CAROL LYNN PROWSE MAUREEN ANN GAA 1, 2; Pep Club 3; FHA Student Congress 1. Student Congress 1, 2, 4; QUINLIVAN I, 2. Drama Club 1, Student Medi- Feat here ttes 3, 4, Leader 4; cal Society 3; Biology Club 3. German Club 4; Annual PLEI- ADES 4; Student Congress 1, 3; Freshman Class Council; Junior Class Council; Y-Teens 4; GAA 4; Senior Day ' s Com- mittee; ICC 4. 2?5 JANE CAROL RIANDA Y-Teens I, 2, 3. 4; Latin Club I, 2; French Club 3. ALEX ANTHONY RIVERA Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Concert Band I. 2, 3; FFA I; Pep Band 2, 3. ROBERT ARRELLIN RIVERA AMS ROY RIVERA AMS NANCY ROBERTS GAA I, 2. 3, 4; AWS Rep. 4; Teen Toppers 3, 4; Publicity Committee 4. JULIE ANN ROBERTSON French Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Pleiads 4; Feather- ettes 4; Y-Teens 4; Decora- tion Committee 4. RITA LORRAINE ROBLES AWS BETTY ROSBURG GAA I; Girls ' Chorus 2. CAROL ROSENBLATT Biology Club 3; Student Med- ical Society 3; Teen Toppers 3; Y-Teens 4. RAYMOND E. RUHE Biology Club 3, 4. GARY WAYNE SANDERS FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3. Re- porter 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3; Track I, 2, 3. 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. 216 CHRISTA A. SCHNELL TERRY SCHNEPPLE LAWRENCE CHARLES MARCELLA LEE Foreign Exchange Student 4; mJt j ' Y AMS SCHROEDER SCHROEDER AFS 4; Idalcas 4; GAA 4; fw ' yjj g Key Club 3, 4; Biology Club AWS French Club 4; Student Con- Jfl t. • ' i H| 4; Chess Club 4; Water Polo gress 4; Pleiads 4. 2; Swimming 2. SUE SCOTT Girls ' Choir I, 3; Concert Choir 4; Y-Teens 4. NORMA JEAN SERRANO FHA 3. TOM SHAW Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. Pres. 3; Jr. Class V-Pres.; Yell Leader 4; Student Congress 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Concert Choir I, 2, 4; ICC 3. DIAN CELESTE SHERMAN Y-Teens 3, 4. THERESA SHRUM AWS MAUREEN SIM Publicity Committee 4; Y- Teens 4; Social Committee 4. Decoration Committee 4. STEPHANIE SIPPLE AWS 217 CHRIS B. SMITH AMS Pres. 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4; Frosh Class Pres.; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2, Pres. 2. MARLENE SMITH GAA I, 2, 3; Idakas 4; Biol- ogy Club 3. NANCY SUZANNE SMITH Y-Teens 2. 3, 4. Pres. 4; AWS Rep. 4; Concert Choir 3; Mu- sic Club 3; GAA 2. SHERRY LYNNE SMITH AWS J BARBARA SOWDER Featherettes 2; Dress Board 2; Song Leader 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; Rally Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 4. i JANET STEELE French Club I. 2, 3; ICC 3; Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 4. Pres 3; Idakas 3, 4; Pleiads I, 2. 3, 4; Cherokee Indian Dancer. KATHLEEN R. STEWART GAA 2; Y-Teens 4. BOB MICHAEL STONICH Football I. 2. 3, 4; Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2. 3, 4; Student Congress 4. CATHY STOYANOVICH Student Medical Society 3; Teen Toppers 3. 218 ANDREW EDWARD STRENK Swimming 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 3, 4, Pres. 4; Biology Club 3. JEANETTE C. STRICKLAND FHA 2; GAA 2; Pleiads 4. MICHAEL M. STRINGFIELD Football 2; Music I, 2. PHIL E. STRYKER AMS DAN STUNKARD Biology Club 2. 3, V-Pres. 3, Treas. 3; Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Forensic Club 4, Treas. 4; Publicity Committee 4; Student Court 4; Executive Board 4; Willie Ugh 4. SANDEE KAY SUITER JEFF S. SUNDERMAN Teen Toppers 1, 2, 3; AWS Biology Club 1; French Club Rep. 2; Weekly PLEIADES 1 ; Student Congress 1 . 2; Key Fashion Editor 4. Club 3, 4; Forensic Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Ten- nis 1. 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club 4; Student Court Chief Justice 4. CRAIG HASSELL STYLES Pleiads 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4. JUDITH KAY SWITZER Featherettes 3, 4, Leader 4; Dance Concert 3; Y-Teens 2, 4; Publicity Committee I ; Fall Play 2. 219 JOHN WILLIAM SYKES ALAN LEE RANSOM Band I, 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 4. Music Club I; Mixed Chorus I. RANDY SZAJNA AMS MARY PAMELA TANNER Music Club I ; Featherettes 4; Idakas 4; AF5 3. 4; Y-Teens 4; Election Board 4; Student Congress 3, 4, Sec. 4; Social Committee 4. MARCIA TAYLOR Drama Club I, 2; GAA Sen- ior Rep. 4; AWS Treas. 4. ROSITA TCHORBADJIAN AFS 4; Y-Teens 4. MICHAEL ALAN TEWALT Key Club 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 3, 4. V JEANNE ELIZABETH THOMPSON GAA 2. 3, 4, Mgr. 3, Pres. 4; Big F 3, 4, Pres. 4; AWS 2, 3. 4. V-Pres. 4; French Club 2. 3, 4; AFS 4; FHA 3, 4; ICC 4. STEVE E. TROWBRIDGE AMS CHRIS D. REID Social Committee 4. GEORGANN KATHRINE VAIL Transfer Student — Marywood. 220 OSCAR VALENZUELA AMS WIM MARTIN VANDENBERG Cross Country 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 4; German Club 2. HILARIO VALLEJO AMS RITA RENO Featherettes 3, 4; Music Club 3; Student Congress 4; Stu- dent Council 4; French Club 2. 3. THOMAS A. VANDENBERG AMS JANE RUTHERFORD VAN HORNE Y-Teens 4. VICKI JEANNE VANSICKEL Transfer Student — Troy High School. RICHARD CRUZ VARGAS AMS TERRY REVELL AWS MARK VASQUEZ Indian Stags 4. EUGENE VIRAMONTES AMS 221 X -Nf .i CAROL M. VOCCIA ASB Pep Choirmon 4; Dance Concert 3; Dance Produc- tions 3; Annual PLEIADES Staff Artist 4; Art Club Treas. 4; Y-Teens 2, 4; Rally Com- mittee 3, 4; GAA I, 3; Ida- kas 4. LINDA WADDELL AWS JAN SHERON WALKER Y-Teens 4. ROSIE ANN WARD AWS LUANNE M. WARREN Drama Club 3, 4. MARCIA JANE WAY Y-Teens 3, 4; French Club 3; Biology Club 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Teen Toppers 4; AFS 3. 4; Dance Concert 3. W k JOHN B. WELDON Electronics Club Pres. 3. BRYANT T. WELLES Latin Club I. 2, 3; Biology 2. 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; In- dian Stags 4. LAURIE WELLS AWS 222 PATRICIA WHEELER AWS BOB WICKER AMS BRIAN WILLIAMS Water Polo I, 2, 3. 4; Swim- ming I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. JUDI WILLIAMS Transfer Student — Sunny Hills High School. SUZANNE KATHLEEN WILSON GAA I, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club I, Sec. I; Latin Club I. LONNIE WINDER Football I, 2; Track I, 2. PETE WICKMAN Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4. STEPHEN WILLIAMS AMS ' LYNN ELLEN WOLFE Latin Club 2; FTA 2, 4; Music Club 3, 4; Student Court 4; Annual PLEIADES Staff 4; GAA Cabinet 4; Concert Choir 3; Spring Musical I; Rally Committee 4. 223 GLORIA WOODSON AWS VINTON JOHN WRIGHT Track I; Basketball I, 2; Key Club 3, 4; Indian Stags 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. GERALD CHARLES WULF AMS JAN J. WULF FTA Social Chairman 4. RANDY VINCENT RHEA Concert Band I, 2; Cross Countr y 2, 3; Key Ciub 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Pep Band I, 3. Not Pic BOB L. BRYAN JOE A. CANO JIM RICHARD CHAPMAN STEVEN DANIEL CLAYTON EVELYN ELAINE CROSSWHITE GEORGE A. CRUZ STELLA CISNEROS DANIEL A. DUGGAN DANA GEORGE FAIRWEATHER GLEN DAVID GILBERT FRANCES GONZALES MELODY C GRAHAM DENNIS VERN HARDING STUART L. HAYNIE ROBERT HEDLUND NANCY L. HOPGOOD 224 RANDY LEE WYATT Water Polo 2, 3; Swimming 2, 3. MIKE YBARRA JOYCE MAGDALINE SUE KATHLEEN ZUERLEIN Football 1. 2. 4; Wrestling 1, ZEDNIK Girls ' Choir 1, 4. 2; Track 1. GAA 1, 2, 3; Student Con- gress 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; Social Committee 3. DEBI SUE RHODES Student Congress 2, 3; French Club 2. tured THOMAS E. HULSE JERRY LEE JURADO DOUGLAS HARVEY LYNCH BILL MACFARLAND GEORGE MATHEWS ROBLEY DESMOND McCANTS JOHN MILLER BETTY MONTOYA JEFF M. PADILLA BRUCE REVELLE PETER LOWELL RODDICK LUPE ROJAS CECIL B. STOREY CLAY W. TEETERS BARNEY WALCHAK FRANK DUANE WHALEY CANDI R. YARBER 225 Senior Service Awards §1 m ' 1 l - NANCY BATES BANK OF AMERICA AWARD FINE ARTS SENIOR SERVICE AWARD STEVE BUSBY SENIOR SERVICE AWARD DAVID DONNENFIELD SENIOR SERVICE AWARD LINDA FREDRICKSON SENIOR SERVICE AWARD SANDY GESS SENIOR SERVICE AWARD CHUCK HIGH BANK OF AMERICA AWARD SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS CAROL JONES SENIOR SERVICE AWARD MIKE KADERA SENIOR SERVICE AWARD VELDA KREIMEIER SENIOR SERVICE AWARD KATHY MAURIN SENIOR SERVICE AWARD KELLEY MOSER SENIOR SERVICE AWARD CHIP O ' ROURKE SENIOR SERVICE AWARD JULIE ROBERTSON BANK OF AMERICA AWARD VOCATIONAL ARTS V i m TOM SHAW SENIOR SERVICE AWARD CHRIS SMITH SENIOR SERVICE AWARD JANET STEELE BANK OF AMERICA AWARD LIBERAL ARTS JEANNE THOMPSON SENIOR SERVICE AWARD 227 ' MINb. S ; down li j] td cb u QTR Seniors Seniors Senior Km ' 4 J 30 Senior Days is the week that is set aside for the Seniors of Fullerton High. It is filled with events that only Seniors may at- tend, and this year ' s Senior class found many exciting things planned for them. Wednesday was Senior Assembly. The Avengers VI and The Fourth Estate entertained with selections from such well known groups as the Monkeys, Yardbirds, The Beatles, and the Tijuana Brass, as well as with some original compositions. On Thursday morning the bravest of the brave ventured out of their warm houses and met in the girls ' gym at 7:00 for their breakfast. Here they met with friends, and while drink- ing orange juice, milk, or coffee, and eating sweet rolls, talked over some of the year ' s events. Friday evening, all seniors met on the stadium field for food and fun. After feasting on hot dogs and baked beans, the Indians could participate in such activities as volleyball, sack races, the three-legged race, tug of war, and the egg throwing contest. Topping the week off was the basketball game in our gym. A special section was reserved for all seniors in attendance. In this game Fullerton triumphed over Sunny Hills, 48-40 in overtime. What could be a more perfect ending? 231 This year ' s Junior-Senior Prom was a night well worth remembering for all those who attended it. The theme of this year ' s Prom was Aloha Nui Ka Ko, which means Farewell to All. Couples danced amidst a tropical setting of flowers and palm trees. It was really a night to remember. 232 m i 233 Bacca and Commence Too soon did we have to face the fact that our senior year would be coming to a close. We would have to lay aside all of our fondest memories for awhile and think ahead. Freshman year faced us as a challenge, and as " scrubs " on campus, we had a lot to learn. Sophomore and junior years were the hardest years; it seemed as though ev- erything pertaining to scholastic achieve- 234 laureate ment ment was stressed upon us at this time. When we became seniors, we participated in more activities and felt a deeper loyalty toward our faculty and school. We would never forget " our " Senior Corner, beating Sunny Hills 48-40, Prom, Senior Grad. Night, and Graduation. In our hearts, these words will always re- main with us: " We are proud of all thy prowess Fullerton. " f " - ■ ■■rf.i f.; -f? ,-- ; ■ ' ■■■ - - • ' ■ 2 r- I- - ' rs 1 235 J he J-aculous PICKWICK Senior Party preset " ■■■■ m 19 6 7 SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL " ALL NIGHT " Ljruauation J arlu JUNE 1 5th, 16th 1 7th Dinner was served in the buffet dining roon One memory that stands out in a senior ' s mind is senior party. The trip to Pickwick will never be forgotten. Some of the activities enjoyed were ice skating, swim- ming, bowling, billiards, and dancing. A buffet dinner and continental breakfast added to the fun. Senior party was cer- tainly one of the many joys of being a senior. Mil pn ritap " ' IBB IX ■ bpi ' - ' . .- Seniors enjoyed the Olympic-size pool. 236 Senior Thoughts and Quotations ALICE ADSIT— The Sunny Hills beau- ty contest when our boys dressed like girls and had a contest for the pretti- est one. SHERYL ANDERSON — " While the cat ' s away the mice will play. " I ' ll always remember how friendly the kids and the faculty are to the students who are transfers. They were so nice to me when I came here a few weeks after school started. RALPH APPY Hey lad. VERA ARREDONDO — " Ain ' t no big thing. " I remember the uptight, out of sight assembly with Sandra Santos and the Rhythm Masters; also trying to get out of a trash can after getting dumped in. ROBERT ASKEVOLD — " Don ' t put off work till tomorrow that you have time to do today. " I ' ll remember the events that lead up to and the reaction to giving Senior corner to the Freshmen for a day. CATHE AVERETT — " Can you walk and chew gum af the same time? " Getting stuck in the boy ' s trophy case while cleaning it. DOUG BAKER — " Where ' s the sounds? " The day I got crowned King Briarpatch. ROBERT BALES — " Hi beautiful! " The first semester of my Senior year I was on the honor roll. This is the first time all through my school years. LINDA BECK — " Gi darn. " Football games and cruising Pomona. JIM BECKHAM — All the times I got out of class without getting a cut, and all the stories I told Mrs. Walker and got away with. JUDY BECKHAM — " Don ' t always believe the teacher, he ' s probably wrong. " My high school years can ' t be remembered by just one event, they all stand out together, the good and the bad. SUSAN BECKMAN — " Well, he ' s five eleven and has a blue Mustang. " The time after a game, when Doseff wasn ' t watching where she was driv- ing so we ended up on a curb. Also, the experiences of Marcy Jones. GAY BENSON — " Maintain " Dickie De La Torre! KEN BERRY — " What ' s happening? " BILL BEZANSON — " A pox on you, babe! " The orgies we had in Mr. Oseid ' s English class. DON BLAKESLEY — " Who cares. " The day Mr. Knorr ' s first period Span- ish 2 class had a happy fiizies party. We filled the trash can with water, and added dry ice. DIANA BOSTROM — " Oh ya. " My most remembered moment is the night of Feb. 25, 1967 when I saw Don Ho at the Melodyland Theater. This mo- ment I hope to never forget. DON BOYST — " Jackson is coming. " JOEL BRAUN — " Braun, when are you going to get your hair cut? " When I bought my ' 58 Ford Wagon 2-door, 312 T.B. GAIL BRENNER — " Yeah, sure. " The time I found a dead jack rabbit in my locker during my Sophomore year and being in Mr. Redfern ' s Trig, class. CLARK BRODY — " 1 doubt it. " My whole freshman year; everything was completely new and totally groovy. JACK BROWN — ' " 55 Chevies Stomp. " The night we papered Troy. JAN BUTTON — " I ' m so scared! " The day J.G. and B.M. found out I was the real Marcy Jones. PATTI BUNNELL — " I love it! " When I was a scrub, I was sitting at a foot- ball game on the sidelines and this ' big ' Senior football player got tackled and landed in my lap. TERRY CHILDS — " Son of a gun! " When we beat Sunny Hills in basket- ball in overtime 48 to 40. CINDY CHRISTENSEN — " Spirit of ' 67 " . Beating Sunny Hills 48-40 in our last basketball game against them. ROSLYN CHRISTENSEN — " Hit the road, toad. " Gary Murdy ' s imitation of Rommel the Desert Fox. JOHN L. CHURCH JR. " Every prob- lem must have a figure! " Having a wild night over at Troy and finding I out of 5 check points in the car rally and I was the navigator. ROGER CLAUSEN— " Too bad it ' s a Ford. " Stealing trash cans for the new Totem pole. TIM CLEMANN — " You ' re kidding. " I remember the day when Mr. Daniels won the Mr. Clean award and the whole physiology class clobbered him with paper wads. PATRICIA D. CLEVELAND — " The things I do for you. " The day I was up for dance production, but I couldn ' t get in because of my grades. STEVE COOK — " Come on team. " Having to go to a play instead of be- ing able to go to the Sunny Hills bas- ketball game and enjoying the play. ROBERT CRESS — " All-right. " Find- ing one of five check points in the car rally and papering Troy. ELAINE CROSSWHITE — " Oh Boss. " My high school years will always rep- resent a time of great turmoil and emotional uncertainty. But now I ' m all grown up, and I ' m perfect too. GEORGE CRUZ — " Old soldiers nev- er die — they just fade away. " The day they opened the new heads. CINDI CURBY — " Don ' t do today what you can put off until tomorrow! " Mr. Kawagoe ' s grocery list and gory movies in Health. THOM DARKE — " Gross. " Getting player of the week in the Troy foot- ball game when I had a bad cold. DINAH DAVIS — " Stick it in your ear. " How many times Mrs. Frank tried to give me a cut during the years and didn ' t succeed. JOHN DAVIS— " Spirit of ' 67 " . FUHS has been three years of hard work to get to be a Senior and this year has been well worth the other three. ARMANDO DE LA TORRE— " Where ' s the Gig tonight? " PAT DERRY — " The First. " I have en- joyed all four years of high school be- cause it has prepared me for the out- side world. PAT DILLEY — " Here comes Mr. Kill! " When our 1966-67 Wrestling team took the league championship with six wrestlers taking first place, one taking second and two taking third. DONALD P. DOLL — " Gimme a break. " I ' ll always remember and treasure my experiences in Mr. Oseid ' s Senior English class. DAVE DONNENFIELD — " Fair enough. " The making of our momen- tous movie. SUSAN DOSEFF — " Is my face too red? " Oct. 23rd and Nov. 12 will al- ways be memorable for me, because those were the consequences of the " Marcy Jones " experience. MIKE DOWD — " How Ya Was? " I will remember the day the band beat Sunny Hills in football 35-0. STEVE EASTWOOD— " How cryptic? " How about the time I got in a cold cream fight in the green room. BOB ERTHAL — English with Oseid! DIANA FAIRWEATHER — " You know that can be taken two ways. " The Sun- ny Hills football and basketball games. (Especially the basketball games). BILL FERGUSON — " That ' s out of sight! " What about Fri. night Feb. 17. 1967, when our basketball team com- bined talent, cooperation, dead-eye shooting, great rebounding and a most effective stall to beat. . . . Sunny Hills, 48-40. BUZZ FIELD — " One flower don ' t make spring. " Spirit of ' 67. VIKKI FLETCHER — " You hide and watch. " How many times I was late to Mr. Fowler ' s English class and what he said the first day I was on time. GAYLE FORBES — " This could be an all-day process. " ROSANNE FORNWALT — " O Lin- go. " Sylvia Lyon in the badminton class and my first high school dance. LARRY FREDERICK — " Okay ... so what ' s new! " First time out in the Drivers ' Ed car and I came almost getting killed because I was lucky enough to be the only boy with a girl for a driving partner. LINDA FREDRICKSON — " Two heads are better than one. " The freakouts held in Willie ' s Wigwam on Sunday afternoons, that Jackson never knew about. STEPHANIE GAINES — Football games and cheering crowds. Elected Junior attendant for Pow Wow ' 66 — Loved It! Osied ' s great English class. GREAT! DAVID GALVAN — " Give me a break. " While cruising by the school, I down shifted to low and popped my rear axle. BETH GAYTON— " When do we eat? " In our Senior year we were the first to lose to Sunny Hills. Biology class last year and all the field trips. GLEN GILBERT — " A wet bird never flies ai night. " The time when Mrs. Frates entered the room with green Tenneys, and everyone just stared at her. ANTONIUS GOOSSENS — " The Aus- trians will never be as good as the Dutch. " Going to girl date with Christa Schnell on bicycles, also win- ning second place in the costume con- test. THOM GORTNER — " Excuse me. " I will remember the most how crummy the girls were! " MELODY GRAHAM — " Honey, how come you don ' t leave? " All those nut- ty lunch time record sessions in Mr. Oseid ' s class. They blow my mind. CHERYL GRAY — Fullerton High the Spirit of ' 67, Yell Leader and Home- coming Queen are memories I shall al- ways remember. 237 NANCY GRIMM — " Gosh darnnit! " " rt ' + fofge- aft the loads of home- work I had. CHRIS HADDON football. Playing varsity SHEILA HAGER — " I ' m crackin ' up. " My freshman year when the sprinklers were turned on me at lunch and — senior breakfast. DEBBI HANVEY — " Oh fudgesicles " . The time the bus driver got stuck on a cliff at Dana Point and the Biology Club field trip lasted a little longer than expected. BRUCE HARRIS — " Does your mother know you talk like that? " My Senior year when Sunny Hills beat us for the first time in football. RENNE HARRIS — " You always get out of life what you put into it. " CHARLES E. HAURY JR. — " I believe this is going to be another one legged A test paper. " I have many thoughts about FUHS, some are good and some are bad, but I will always re- member the good thoughts but only a few of the bod thoughts. ROD HAWKINSON — " This test pa- per is, without a doubt, one of the best. " I will always remember when our swimming class pushed coach Arth ' s substitute in the pool. DANNIE HAYES — " Victory is ours. " First day of school, freshman year and the victory over Anaheim In football. JIM HEIDEMAN — " Ah! Come on now, can this really be the end? " When the police questioned me about papering Troy High School. LINDA HELLON — " Hasta La Bye- Bye. " The Friday night performance of " Mouse That Roared " when Robby Cromwell ' s belt fell off and he had to walk across stage with it hanging at his ankles. BILL HERALD — " I didn ' t cut. I was here, honest Mr. Jackson. " When Mr. Kill called me in his office for some- thing I didn ' t do. CHUCK HIGH — " The best times of my life are just now beginning. " Learn- ing that the auditorium, tower and stadium were safe. EARL INGALLS ■ boy! " " Hey, hey, Ralphy ROSALIE 1NGRAHAM — " Good Grief. " I ' ll remember when we lost to Troy for that ' s when I felt we really hit bottom! It hurt. BYRON JACOBSON — " Let ' s bip. " When we beat Sunny Hills in an over- time basketball game. AL JAMES — " All right! " The last day of the Christmas Meditations, I realized it was the last time I would hear the chimes as a student of FUHS. ABBY JARAMILLO — " Kool it. " I will always remember when Mr. Strange stopped the class to ask me if I was in love. ANNE JOHNSON — " At the instan- taneous momentous. " The day Mr. Hines ' whole tower English class cut. PAUL JOHNSON — " Oh shoot. " When Don started a fire In Mrs. Frates ' class. MARCI JUBALA — " Piddle-spit. " The Sunny Hills basketball game when we won 48-40. 1 remember when the an- nual staff missed their second dead- line and almost didn ' t get the annuals till August! JERRY JURADO — The day I gradu- ate from Fullerton Union High. LES KENYON — " Is that right. " I think I will always remember the good times we had on the bus whenever the band traveled to parades a nd away football games. DUANE LA V1GNE — " Real fine! " The first day I met Mr. Oseid. Help! CINDY LAWRENCE— My junior year I spent most of the lunches in the trash can on Senior corner. ALLAN LEONARD — " Cool it fella. " The prevention of the capture of Sen- ior corner by the Freshmen. SYLVIA LYON — " Guy, how stupid. " I ' ll remember how nervous I was at my first Christmas formal, and how mad I was that I was nervous. BILL MACFARLAND — " Is that a real absence card MacFarland? " ALEX MARTINEZ — " I doubt " . The day we lost our break. The day Ful- lerton was split to make Troy. The day we cut the Assembly and we were run- ning from Mr. Jackson. GLORIA MARTINEZ — " On the list! Off the list! " Rock V Roll show as- sembly in my freshman year featuring the " Rhythm Mast ers " and the Sandra Santos group. ROGER MANUEL — " All right, load up and get into the car. " When the Electronics Club went on a field trip through 93-KHJ Studios, and I saw Robert W. Morgan on the air. TERRY MARTINET — " Really? How Bitchen! " Being a senior, Mr. Oseid ' s class, and all my bitchen weekends. CRAIG MATHEWS — " Gimme some slack. " The day I got suspended. KATHY MAURIN— " Oh, how sharp! " The night Fullerton High won CIF swimming for the fourth straight year. FORREST MAXEY— " Say man, what ' s the case for tonight? " REVA MC BRIDE — The day I will re- member most will be May 20th, ' 67 — I ' m sure I ' ll be the happiest girl there. BOB MC CANTS — " Give me a break. " When I received my varsity letter. MACK MCCOY— " You know. " When I ran for King and won. DEBI MCMULLIN — " A-ba-rake. " " About the size of the Queen Mary. " I remember when my date knocked over the big tree in the entrance to the homecoming dance. JOHN MILLER — " Very good, very good. " BOB MERRITT — " Later. " The day the boys brought the rubber cop and let him direct traffic. BETTY MONTOYA — Someone stole my shoes at a soc-hop dance. LARRY MOORE — " Bet me. " Senior barbecue. GINGER MORGAN — " This too shall pass away. " MONICA NELSON — " Good morn- ing, world! . . . Somewhere it ' s morn- ing! " The great comeback our cagers made when we beat Sunny Hills after Jhe Senior barbeque. STEVE NELSEN — " I could care less. " The day the freshmen took over Sen- ior corner and Mr. Oseid ' s English class. What an exper should go through it. GLENNA NEWKIRK — " Bet me! " Song leading, Homecoming ' 65, Pow Wow ' 67, and my wonderful friends. MIKE NOLAN — " Mr. Oseid ' s a dirty old man. " The night we went to the Sunny Hills football game and we were approached by a 250 lb. guy who made a certain friend of mine get down on his knees and bow. LAURIE NOONAN — " What a babe. " The time I cut PE for Vh weeks and got away with it. And the times we gave Miss Ford a bad time, she gave us a " U " in citizenship. CHIP O ' ROURKE— " Big Red. " " The unbeatable machine. " Overall enthu- siasm and spirit of the entire student body. Over the previous years noth- ing compares in making me feel so proud of FUHS. I sincerely hope the Spirit of ' 67 goes to ' 68, ' 69, etc. etc. DIANE PADILLA — " Cracker. " The time I got straight B ' s in my freshman year. And Mrs. Farris ' algebra class, we gave her all her gray hairs in ' 64. JEFF M. PADILLA — " Say man. what ' s going on tonight? " Playing in CIF my Soph. year. Breaking my arm my sen- ior year. Not being able to get Quinn and beat Troy. BOB PARADA — " What a bummer! " Oseid ' s class — Senior cut day. DIANE PEARSON — " Surely you jest. " ART PEREIDA — " The feeling is mu- tual. " JO ANNE PHARRIS — " Really! " The day I stole Iwat ' s shirt from his locker and almost got thrown in o trash can. JOHN PILGER — " Oh! Hi! " Every- day. ROSI PRATT — " I kinda doubt it. " I ' ll remember most the only football game I liked, when we beat Anaheim 20-0. CAROL PROWSE — " Don ' t blow your cools. " When I was practicing for a modern dance solo, I fell and got a head concussion in the gym. LOUISE PUDVAH— " Is that right. " The day I had to cut up that little frog in biology. MO QUINLIVAN — " You dingbat. " The day I met a certain young shot putter. CHRIS REID — " Don ' t be so absurd. " My first day of school — I didn ' t cut any of classes. I was a real dope. RITA RENO - — ■ " How embarrassing. " The day the seniors gave Senior cor- nor to the freshmen and they ran them off by throwing food at them. ALEX RIVERA — " Out a ' sight! " 23S RITA ROBLES — " It ' s all right. " The happy years I ' ve spent with all my teachers especially the most is Mr. Fowler. And all the fine friends I ' ve gotten to know. PETER RODDICK — " Would you be- lieve? " I think I will most remember my time in Mr. Redfern ' s trigonometry class and hi s pronunciation or mis- pronunciation of certain words like period, figure and others. BETTY ROSBERG — " Righteous " . The year I will remember most ts my Sen- ior year. It was my best year at FUHS. I ' ll never forget all the fun I had cut- ting with friends. CAROL ROSENBLATT tary. " Papering Mr, house. " How sani- Pembroke ' s RAY RUHE — " Ah! Your mother smokes garlic bread. " How John Goddard always said FUHS was his favorite school then I find out he ' s getting paid. GARY SANDERS — " Oh, look, little tiny hairs growing all over my face. " Oseid ' s English class! When Egertson shocked himself during his fourth peri- od chemistry class. LAWRENCE SCHROEDER — " You ought to be shot. " The night Troy got papered. The day we beat Anaheim 20-0. SHERRY SMITH — " Samoa ... " Fi- nally I ' m a Senior . . . the ultimate. SPYDER B. SMITH — " OK! I ' ll call ya tomorrow. " I ' ll never forget the ' 67 basketball game with Sunny Hills in our gym. First quarter score 2-0, sec- ond quarter score 7-6, and then I I points down with 2 minutes to go. Tied in regular time. Won in overtime, 48- 40! CATHY STOYANOVICH — " All right! " The day freshmen got Senior corner. JEANETTE STRICKLAND — " This is unreal! " I ' ll never forget the traditions of our school. The orientation day ceremonies and the valedictorian speeches are really something else. I won ' t forget the chills I feel every time I smg or hear our Alma Mater. MIKE STR1NGFIELD — " Get off it. " My first nooner, and the time I got jumped after the La Habra game in my freshman year. The way 1 went to the last three red and white games I went to John Goddard. JEFF SUNDERMAN — " Just nip it Nan! " The night we beat Sunny Hills 48-40 (in overtime}. The locker room after the game; and what happened early the next morning (about 3 a. m.). LINDA SUZMAN — " O! Right. " All my friends at FUHS. JUDY SWITZER — " You guys! " I ' ll never forget this fall, the school spirit shown by our students and the part I had in it. JOHN SYKES — " I swear! " I liked best coming to Fullerton and becom- ing a senior. I ' ll probably best re- member the school spirit and when we beat Sunny Hills in basketball in ' 67, ROSITA TCHORBERDJIAN — " You should always say I will. " As a for- eign student this is different from the schools In my country. I admire FUHS because of such friendly and under- standing people. JEANNIE THOMPSON — " Ya win some; Ya lose some! " The absolute thrill of introducing Billy Mills. 1964 Olympics 10,000 meters (track). Gold Medalist at the GAA Assembly while on crutches! STEVE TROWBRIDGE — " I wish I ' d said that. " When we papered Troy and the cop came to question us at school. jf l ■ », OSCAR VALENZUELA — " Wow. this is the thing, Art. " The day our wrest- ling team won the Freeway League championship. HILARIO VALLEJO — " Don ' t mess around. " I will remember my history class teacher, Mr. Strange. A real nice teacher. My Spanish class, when I was a senior. JOHN VANOVER — When the fresh- men tryed to take over Senior corner. VICKI VANSICKEL — " Laugh and the world laughs with you. Cry and your mascara runs. " The time Dr. Slocum tripped over the wastebasket. GEORGE VARGAS — " What ' s hap- pening? ' The day I began as a fresh- man and the last day as a Senior! Graduation. RICHARD VARGAS — " Get on the punk! " I ' ll never forget cruising down Pomona at 80 to 90 miles per hour, being followed by an officer of the law. MARK VASQUEZ — " That ' s cold. " Several things among them, Mr. Oseid ' s English class, the Senior as- sembly, and during the Sunny Hills game when we came up from the bot- tom. KATHY VICKER — " Spirit of ' 67 " When we lost to Sunny Hills in foot- ball! And the wonderful month of February. CAROL M. VOCCIA — The night I helped move the old Executive Board headquarters to Room 40 right in the middle of night school. JAN SHERON WALKER — I liked Senior week. The assembly, breakfast and barbeque. I enjoyed the barbe- que most. 1 was amaied that we beat Sunny Hills in basketball. We have a good varsity team. BRYANT WELLES — " Gimme a break! " Getting lost on the first car rally. FRANK WHALEY — " Save your Dixie cups, fellers. The South shall rise again. " It says here to write in 25 words the moment you will remember in 10 years. I can do it in 2 — " Mr. Oseid. " PAT WHEELER — " Sorry I ' m en- gaged. " I ' ll never forget my first day, when the students made me feel so welcomed. BRIAN WILLIAMS — " Hey Wom- an. " Playing Corona Del Mar in semi finals of CIF ' 66. JUDY WILLIAMS — " People who own Mustangs can ' t be all bad. " The most memorable time in my high school years, was the day I transferred from Sunny Hills. LYNN WOLFE — " Marvey. " Oseid ' s Would I He to you? " VINTON WRIGHT — " Never did like you. " Throwing pigeon eggs off the tower. GERALD WULF — When one of the school buses ran into one of the poles in the alley. JAN WULF — " What a burn. " The day Tom and I cut up a frog in sci- ence. RANDY WYATT — " One more cut won ' t make much difference. " Mazat- lan trip. MIKE YBARRA — " Please Mrs. Franks give me a break. " The day the guys started colling me Munchkin. SUSAN ZUERLEIN — " Sorry ' bout that. " The first dance I went to with Dee. It was the Junior-Senior Prom and I was a sophomore and Dee was a junior. Memories are made of this. 239 I N E R I A He was a teacher, and he drank from the river of knowledge and sang of wisdom and truth. When he reached the mountain ' s peak, he but began the climb to man ' s love. Yet perhaps he gave not so much of his wisdom but rather of his faith and his lov- ingness. He was wise when he did not ask you to enter the house of his awareness, but preferred that you find the doorway of your own mind. 240 We extend our best wishes for the success of the Class of 1967 Lloyd G. Carnahan, M.D. 1001 E. Chapman K. Karan Kavoian, D.D.S. 81 E . Chapman Theodore E. Ediss, D.D.S. 100 No. State College Fenn E. Nelson, D.D.S 827 W. Wilshire John H. Ehret, D.D.S 81 E . Chapman Charles F. Rapp, D.D.S, 1966 E . Chapman John M. Gorrie, D.D.S, 1940 E. Chapman Arthur R. Roberts, M.D 1001 E. Chapman 241 Admiring the interior of the new Rebel from TOWN AND COUNTRY RAMBLER was Yogi Ogren. Town and Country Rambler 555 S. 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Santa Ana. Calif. 542.6486 Making a selection from the many beautiful floral arrangements at HASSON ' S FLOWER SHOP was difficult for Linda Marcoux and Becky Franks. Hasson ' s Flower Shop 70 1 W. Commonwealth 526-8389 . ' 43 Pictured is the executive building of HUNT FOODS AND INDUSTRIES. From this center the activities of 65 food processing and manufacturing facilities were directed across the country. Hunt Food and Industries 1645 West Valencia Drive Fullerton 871-2100 Both Dian Sherman and John Premo agreed that it was a lot of fun to play guitars, especially the ones at FULLERTON MUSIC CO. Fullerton Music Co. 122 N. Harbor Fullerton 525-0251 Your Appointment is Phone 879-7287 rjiliHl 4 f fjeaatu oVuon CENE VAN SLYKE 515 W. COMMONWEALTH Owner FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA RAY ' S PETS and SUPPLIES Phone 526 5154 910 Williamson 2 44 TELEPHONE 871-3724 The Turntable PHONOGRAPH RECORDS TAPES L. W SAWYER AND 729 NORTH HARBOR BLVD. HARRIET H SAWYER FULLERTON. CALIFORNIA Trophies Gifts For All Occasions Nameplates Signs For Office Home Metal Plastic Engraving WALT ' S TROPHY NAMEPLATE CO. 515 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, California Phone 525-2573 Walter B. Beasley Open Eve ' s By App ' t. Res. 523-1355 Anxiously waiting to take a ride in the new Camaro from CONE CHEVROLET were Susan Beckman, Connie McGraw, and Marci Jubala. Cone Chevrolet 600 W. Commonwealth 871-91 10 Julie Robertson and Sue Guillot felt safe in depositing their money at FULLERTON SAVINGS AND LOAN. Fullerton Savings and Loan 200 W. Commonwealth Fullerton 871-4244 245 De Marco CA RlPlElTjS ' I — I at a c xxvinq 1 1 09 E . Commonweal th Fullerton, California Phone: 871-1410 " Marty " " Bob ' DeMarco BOWSER ' S STATIONERY 2435 E. Chapman, Fullerton, Calif. 879-6220 or 879-6226 " Let Bowser Serve You " Hours 9 to 9Mon. - Fri . Saturdays 10-6 U.S. Post Office - Same hours FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN is a trusted name to the people of Fullerton. First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Fullerton 225 E. Commonwealth 526-8361 Marlene Smith and Barb Sowder agreed that Glenna Newkirlc had fine taste in choosing this dress from the fine selection at EDNA MACMASTER. Edna MacMaster 715 N. Harbor Fullerton 879-7577 ■tifc ' S ansm HO msency JACK COOLEY WAYNE W I LKI NS LLOYD AMMANN BROKERS 418 W AMERIGE AVE. FULLERTON. CALIFORNIA 879 1 18 I c . E. C ISCC ORNER STATE COLLEGE CHAPMAN _ The Stores for |[| Feminine fashions for gals on the go. Fabulous selection of no-iron clothes. 246 Although their hobbies differed, Carol McAuliffe and Roddy Raub both found what they wanted at CHUCK ' S HOBBY HOUSE. Chuck ' s Hobby House I 19 E. Commonwealth 525-4579 Congratulations Class of 1967 from VILLAGE FASHION FABRICS 1336 E. Chapman Fullerton 526-4511 SWANBERGER ' S Men ' s Wear of Quality 219 N. Harbor Fullerton 525-4141 Complete Home Furnishings THOMPSON ' S FURNITURE CO 223 W. Commonwealth 525-2353 MAC ' S MEATS AND GROCERY 822 E. Chapman Fullerton 525-3464 Debbie Hanvey and Carol Voccia decided to do all their future buying from DOROTHY BUCK, where beautiful flowers are a specialty. Flowers by Dorothy Buck 349 N. State College 526-6876 247 Jim Chapman enjoyed helping Moe Sim select her gradua- tion gift from GREG ' S CORVETTE CENTER. Greg ' s Corvette Center 2607 W. Orangethorpe 871-7676 Electro-Photo Systems, Inc. Identification Systems By Applied Electronics and Photography 135 E. Ash St. Fullerton, California 9263 I (714)871-7560 248 H A Ft I_ A IM Ft A U B ADVERTISING, INC 1559 WEST COMMONWEALTH AVENUE FULLERTON CALIFORNIA 92633 6717660 Peggy and Chip O ' Rourke looked on with interest as they learned how their favorite soft drinks were produced at MURRAY BEVERAGE COMPANY. Murray Beverage Co. 901 E. Orangethorpe 871-1271 NORM MEAGERS STORE FOR MEN i Tommy Shaw found the sports jacket that he had been looking for from NORM MEAGERS. 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. 249 Baker ' s Drug COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE 200 So. Euclid Ave. Fullerton, California Phone: 526-4615 What to order from the fine selection of Mexican dishes at LA CHIQUITA RESTAURANT was the question of the day for Kathy Maurin, Doug Baker and Donna Potts. Also food to go at the I I 5 E. Valencia Dr. location. La Chiquita Mexican Restaurant 1 335 E. Chapman 879-1235 Kelly Moser, Glenda Frank, Chris Smith and Margaret Heyer decided to go in style in the new Mustang from McCOY AND MILLS FORD. McCoy and Mills Ford 700 W. Commonwealth 526-5501 250 THIS SPACE IS DONATED TO THE STUDENT BODY FROM THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1967 Gentlemen ' s Outfitters for the Complete Natural Shoulder Man 2500 E. Nutwood Ave. - Tel: 525-6653 1332 E. Chapman Ave. -Tel: 871-5244 Fuller ton, California 92631 Mike Kadera, Gwen Gardiner, Cheryl Gray and Bill Harris all agreed that the best way to top off a perfect day was with a pizza from GIOVANNI ' S. Giovanni ' s Pizza 922 Williamson Ave. 526-5561 251 With the strength of Paul Archipley and the musical fingers of Sandy Gess, Linda Fredrickson had no trouble playing this sousaphone from F. E. OLDS, manufacturers of the largest assortment of brass instruments in the world. F. E. Olds and Son, Inc. 350 S. Raymond 525-0221 Linda Hellon opened the door to many fine products from KIMBERLY CLARK CORPORATION. Kimberly Clark Corp. 2001 E. Orangethorpe 525-8271 252 Marya Maddox smiled her approval at the jacket chosen by MOONEY-ANDREWS campus representative, Steve Busby. Mooney-Andrews 719 N. Harbor 526-5085 c — Jan Button and Terry Childs looked forward to a bright future which included this sharp Cutlass from HANSEL OLDSMOBILE. Hansel Oldsmobile 1325 W. Commonwealth 526-551 I 253 Cindy Christensen and Janet Steele enjoyed a refreshing glass of punch in the tropical setting of PACIFIC HAWAIIAN. Pacific Hawaiian Products Company 360 S. Acacia 871-4495 As a lasting remembrance of their senior year Bruce Revelle and Paula Jones proudly display their class rings from JOSTEN AND ENGRAVERS CORPORATION Josten and Engravers 1044 South Hope, L. A. Corporation Rl 9-1261 254 Jim Graves, the campus representative, smiled with approval at the shirt which Steve Richards selected from BIEL ' S MEN ' S SHOP. Biel ' s Men Shop 1223 E. Wilshire 871-0937 Judy Mattson found a knit top to match the capri pants that Susan Doseff chose from J. C. PENNEY ' S. J.C. Penney ' s 2010 Orangefair Mai 871-4343 255 Investing in their future at FULLERTON MORTGAGE AND ESCROW were Cookie Iverson and Terry Martinet. Fullerton Mortgage and Escrow Company 513 S. Euclid 525-2368 L ' 3L=Z Joann Stiles showed Jane Rianda one of the beautiful sweat- ers found at JAHENG FASHIONS. Jaheng Fashions I 334 E. Char. -i 526-1776 Wilkinson Drug Store 100 N. Harbor 525-3501 2:o Abbott, Marsha 198,99 Abrams, Vicki 165,115 Aceves, Elio 1 1 Acasta, Arlene 1 1 Adair, Linda 21 Adame, Irene 198 Adsit, Al ice 198 Aguilar, Sylvia 21,69 Aldaco, Linda 107,21 Alford, David 21 Alford, Nancy 107,11 Allen, Randy 141,21 Amott, Kathy 93,65 Anderseck, Debbie 11 Andersen, Gary 11 Andersen, Cheryl 164,198,21, 80 Andersen, Randy 1 1 1 Anderson, Barb 198 Anderson, Carol 21 Anderson, Linda 21 Anderson, Kevin 11,110 Andri, Debbie 1 1 Ansell, Laurie 245,198 Appy, Ralph 59,122,198 Ashley, Roger 198 Askevold, Robert 198 Archipley, Paul 176,177,54,97, 198,65 Archipley, Tracy 11 Armendariz, Sylvia 21 Armenta, Xavier 1 1 Arredondo, John 11,21 Arredondo, Vera 198 Arzola, Grace 21 Astin, Deborah 1 1 Atterburg, Diane 1 1 Averett, Cathe 175,176,177,199, 66 Bacon, Robert 1 1 Baer, Sharon 21 Bailes, Jame 199 Bak, Carol 199 Baker, Martha 1 1 Baker, Doug 123,125,176,199, 129 Baker, Cathy 11 Baker, Cathy L. 1 1 Bales, Bob 21,97, 123, 199 Balfe, Pat 11 Balsitis, Alex 21 Bann, Janice 19 Bardo, Debbie 199 Bardo, Robbie 21 Barletta, Christine 11,85 Barnes, Pat 21 Barnet, Joan 21,110 Barnhart, Linda 1 1 Barr, Bill 81,65 Barrios, Ysidro 1 1 Barton, Janet 1 1 Barton, Jan 107 Barton, Jonelle 107 Bates, Nancy 66,110,199,166, 65 Bauer, Melanie 21 Bauman, Fred 21 Bauman, Kyle 1 1 Bay, Kathleen 21 Beard, Mike 199 Beard, Paula 11 Beard, Julie 21 Beaver, Gary 97 Beaver, Glen 1 1 Beltran, Gene 200 Beck, Linda 199 Beck, Kathy 11 Bechham, Jim 199,106 Beckham, Steve 140 Becham, Judy 66,199 Beckman, Sue 66, 101 ,200,247 Beeman, Robbi 81 Beltran, Genevieve 107 Benevides, Lewis 21 Bender, Martha 21 Benson, Gay 200 Bergan, Karen 1 1 Bernal, Gloria 82 Bernhardt, Bob 11,81 Barry, Hal 11,111 Berry, John 21 Berry, Kenith 200 Bezanson, Bill 200 Biegle, Flora 21,162,163,166 Bilhartz, Gary 1 1 Birdwell, Terry 1 1 Bisson, Ken 200 Black, Fred 11 Blackburn, Ginger 1 1 Blackley, Rexene 141,114 Blake, John 126 Blake, Victor, 11 Blakesley, Don 200 Blood, Calvin 200 Boatright, Charles 200 Boeglin, Cheryl 1 1 Bogart, Robert 21 Boon, Michael 1 1 Bostrom, Diana 200 Bouman, Christine 1 1 Bourke, Stephen 1 1 Bowen, Dan 97,101,122 Bowen, Terrie 80, 164 Boyer, Craig 1 1 Boye, Don 81 Boyd, Earlene 1 1 Boyd, Larry 11,77 Boyd, Necia 1 1 Boyd, Russ 106 Boyst, Donald 200 Brackett, Linda 1 11, 166 Bradley, Bill 11 Bramleft, Warren 1 1 1 Brant, David 11,97 Brannstein, Bruce 19 Brennen, James 1 1 Brenner, Gail 64,201 Brewer, John 87,92 Brickell, Alison 11 Brody, Clark 66,74,201 Brody , Steve 1 1 Brow, Bonnie 179 Brow, Janet 1 1 , 1 07 Brown, Bonnie 64, 104, 105 Brown, David 1 1 Brown, Gary 141 Brown, Gregory 1 1 Brown, Kathleen 11,85 Brown, Mark 11,97 Brown, Mark 1 1 Browne, Randy 11,107 Brown, Joelle 201 Brown, Jack 201 Brown, Tim 201 Brownel I, Bonnie 1 1 Brumley , Richard 1 1 Bruno, Barbara 1 1 1 Bruno, Chris 140 Bruns, David 1 1 Bruns, Dick 110 Bryan, Bob 81 Budart, Marshall 11,87 Buhl, Tim 111,90 Bumpo, Natty 200, 1 Bunnell, Patty 114,201 Burmeister, Bob 139 Burner, Sharon 164 Bernett, Randy 81 Burrin, Peggy 164 Burrows, Susan 1 1 Burson, Melinda 1 1 Busby, Steve 134,123,124,201 Button, Fran 24 Button, Jan 201 Byers, Carl 85 Caldwell, Jeff 11 Calderon, Rene 1 1 Calentino, Chris 12 Calhoun, Nancy 164 Callas, David 12 Campbell, Bruce 1 1 1 Cannon, Arleen 82,107 Cannon, Brent 10,12,91 Canon, Peggy 12,162 Cannon, Richard 12 Caradies, Patty 12 Carey, Patty 12 Carlisle, Joan 55,63,66 Carlson, Mark 12,91 Carmelo, Sandra 12 Carmichoel, David 123,124 Carroll, Bob 12 Carter, Bob 12 Carufel, Bob 19 Catron, Joe 12, 106 Case, Bill 12 Catino, Steve 12 Checque, Dick 141 Ceeh, 93 Chamberlain, Chris 114 Chamberlain, Gale 66 Chapman, Kathleen 12 Champagne, Carol 12 Chambers, Denise 12 Champman, Cathy 107 Champman, Ray 104,126 Chavira, Kathy 67 Childs, Frank 12 Childs, Terry 61,83,101 Christensen, Hugh 801,140 Christensen, Linda 12,91,166 Christensen, Cindy 65,66 Christensen, Roslyn 65,80,83,93 Cittadin, Kyle 12,80,104 Clark, Marvin 12 Clark, Terry 66,80,83,114,175 Clay, James 12 Ctisby, Judy 12 Coats, Wayne 82 Cochrane, Edwin 12 Codispot, David 12 Cohen, John 1 ,2 Collier, Clyde 12 Collins, Cheryl 12 Cone, Caroline 107 Cone, Barbara 12,110 Cone, Caroline 12,91 Conner, Lyn 12 Conner, Karen 12 Cook, Steve 69 Cooper, Becky 12 Coke, Denise 12 Corbin, Johnnie 12 Coughlin, Cathy 12 Cowell, Jane 1 07 257 Cox, Alan 12 Cox, Caren 12 Cox, David 134 Crabill, George 12 Crabill, Krista 166 Crawford, Vicki 12,162 Crawford, Roland 12 Cress, Bob 91 Criswell, Barbara 115 Criswell, Pegi 12 Curby, Colleen 1 14 Curby, Cynthia 1 14 Cusack, Martha 12 Cuzzolina, James 12,97,139 Dabbs, Chris 31 Dailey, Tim 31 Daniel, Danny 12 Davis, Dinah 82 Darke, Thorn 122,176 Davis, Paul 31 Davis, Richard 12 Dean, Jessie 107,1 14 Dean, Kathy 66,77,31,80,114 Dean, Steve 141 Deareh, Arthur 31 Delatorre, Lorraine 12 Delatorre, Dede 53,31 ,65, 159 Delgado, Lupe 31 Delp, Lorraine 12 Del Pozo,Martin 123 Dennison, Susan 31,77 Denolf, Dawn 12,82 Devaney, Mary 12 Derosa, Jill 12 Dever, Suzy 31,57,65,91,114 Diaz, Dennis 31 Dhyse, Bob 31 Diaz, Manuel 12 Dieckman, Barbara 31 Dieckmann, Mary 53, 104, 1 05 Dietzer, Ann 80,114,164 Difilippo, Joseph 12 Dimond, Avril 12 Dimond, Sandra 12 Doane, Brad 59,97 Donnenfield, David 55 Doseff, Susan 66,74,101,202, 114 Dougherty, Pot 31 Douglas, Donald 31 Dowd, Mike 110 Dower, Mike 31 Drummond, Jeffe 12 Duchene, Denise 31 Dudley, Dick 31,126 Duggan, Pat 31 Duke, James 12,111 Duke, Mellinda 110 Dumham, Sandra 31 Durfee, Cheri 12 Dyhse, Vicki 114 basley, Jay 140 Eastwood. Dawna 12 Eddleman, Rod 31,123 Edmunds, Gary 141 Edwards, Donna 12,104, Edwards, Tan is 12 Egbert, Marilynn 31 Eller, Debbie 13 Eller, Steve 31 Elliott, Gary 13 Elliott, Lynn 13 Ellis, Ann 31,104,114 Ellis, Barbara 1 14 Ellis, Bruce 13,111 Enders, John 31 Epp, Reyes 31 Erickson, Peggy 59,31, 1 14 Espinoza, Vera 13 Estrella, Reyes 31 Evans, Dan 31,59,126 Evans, Henry 13 Evans, Mike 61 , 126 Fairgrieve, Bill 19 Fairweather, Charles 126 Fangerow, Gregory 31 Fangerow, Steve 13,81 Farquhar, Kathy 110,159,163, 166 Farquhar, Peter 1 3 Faulkner, Phil 13 Faulkner, Phyllis 31 Faulkner, Randy 123,125 Felmly, Daniel 13,104 Ferguson, Bill 65,90 Ferguson, Susan 1 3 Fernandez, Damas 31,134 Ferrante, Gloria 13 Field, Buzz 65,139 Field, Mono 13,82 Filadelphia, Ginny 13,107 Filadelphia, Louie 13 Fisher, Bob 31,126 Fitchett, Julie 13 Fitzpatrick, Don 13 Fletcher, Taylor 13 Flores, David 13 Floan, Chris 68,93,99 Fogo, Heidi 13 Foley, Donna 13 Ford, Doug 13 Ford, Steven 13,104,105,90 Fornwalt, Roseanne 82,65 Forsyth, Lance 31,134 Fort, Sherry 31,62,114 Foster, Debra 13 Foster, Joan 13 Fowler, Jane 13, 163 Frank, Glenda 31,66,189,114 Franks, Becky 64,74,245 Frederick, Larry 74, 1 00, 1 39 Fredrickson, Linda 55,68, 77, 206 Freeman, Scott 13,141 Freick, Jane 1 3 Frye, Karen 13 Fuentes, Hilda 31 Gagnon, Susan 80,31,93 Gaines, Stan 1 3 Gaines, Stephanie 206, 93, 83, Galli, Lee 13 Gallo, Fortino 31 , 1 23 Galvan, David 1 06 Galvan, Pat 31 Galvan, Steve 56,65, 137 Garcia, Christina 31 Garcia, Ricky 13 Garcia, Rodney 13 Gardiner, Gwen 66,206 Gates, Laurie 13 Gayton, Beth 91,206 Gerdes, Kathryn 13 Geringer, Sherry 206 Germaine, Lynette 165,206 Gerrick, Scott 31,126 Gess, Sandy 55,57,62,63,74 Gettman, Barbara 31 Ghio, Donna 13 Gibson, Connie 13 Gibson, Scott 13 Giemont, Guy 31,97 Gil liam, Marilyn 31 Gilliam, Millie 206 Gipson, Jill 104 Glaze, Clydell 13 Gmeiner, Gayle 13 Goggans, Stanly 31 Golden, John 123,206 Golden, Marcia 159,206 Golden, Rita 13,166 Gomez, Carol 206 Gonzales, Rachel 31 Gonzales, Roland 13 Goodwin, Jan 31,66,174 Goosmen, Mike 77 Gore, Thomas 1 3 Gortner, Ken 31 Gortner, Tom 207 Graff, Stacy 13 Graffius, Patricia 13 Graham, Doug 31,139 Graham, James 31,110 Graski, Susan 1 3, 1 07 Groves, Jim 31 Gray, Cheryl 174,176,177,207 Gray, Chuck 13 Gray, Shirley 31 Green, Joyce 1 04 Green, Sharon 31,104 Griffen, Diana 13,85, 166 Grimm, Diane 13 Grimm, Nancy 107,207 Gramacki, Don 19 Gramacki, Larry 31 Grubb, Sally 12 Grubbs, Wayne 13 Grumet, Jan 164 Guillot, Sue 207,247 Gunther, Reiny 13 Gusfafson, Julie 13,104 Gustaveson, Zulema 13 Gutierrez, Linda 13 Guysi, Gary 13 Guzman, Linda 207 Haddon, Chris 123,207 Haddan, Duane 31 Haddon, Karen 13 Haddon, Pattie 1 14 Haddon, Peggy 1 14 Hagen, Sheila 104,207 Haight, Linda 104,105,207 Haith, Heather 13 Hakes, Alan 31 Hall, John 92 Hall, Mike 111 Hall, Nancy 56,57,207 Hall, Stephen 31 Halvorson, Raynette 31 ,87, 92 Halvorson, Raynette 31 ,87, 92 Hankinson, Stephanie 63,87, 92 Hanna, Barbara 1 14 Hannon, Teresa 13 Hanson, Charles 14 Havry, Charles 207 Hawkinson, Rod 207 Hayden, Jim 1 14 Hayes, Dannie 57,87,207 Haynie, Carol 1 04 Haynie, Janice 58, 14 Haynie, Stuart 58,92,104 Healy, Kevin 14 Hedlund, Bob 207 Hedlund, Dawn 93,114 Hedlund, Tom 14 Hansen, Wendy 13,104 258 Hanvey, Debbie 207,249 Hanvey, Jeanette 14,107 Harbour, Steven 14 Hardy, Jess 14 Hardy, Steve 81 Harkins, Linda 92 Harris, Bill 97,139,207 Harris, Bret 141 Harris, Renne 207 Hassler, Jim 14 Heideman, James 207 Heise, Chris 64,83,114 Heller, Gary 140 Hellon, Linda 165,207 Helvey, Brian 97 Henderson, Anne 14 Hernandez, Joey 14 Hernandez, Luis 126 Hershman, Trish 207 Hertzberger, Lynn 1 14 Hess, Edward 14 High, Chuck 55,61,207 High, Norman 140 Hill, Chris 159,164,166 Hill, Jon 57,61,65,207 Hobbins, Debi 14 Hogaboom, Linda 14 Holgiun, Steven 14,110 Holkesvick, Reid 14 Hollingsworth, Mary 14 Holmes, Dean 1 1 1 Holmes, Denise 83,92 Holmes, Gordon 207 Hogaboom, Kathy 1 14 Hopkins, Nanette 92, 107 Home, Debbie 107 Horn, Janice 1 14 Holzgrafe, Bruce 81 Hood, Christy Hosi, Allen 14 Howard, Nancy 164 Howell, Lynn 14,90 Hoyle, Carolyn 90,164 Howitt, Doran 77 Hudspeth, Gail 91,164 Hull, Scott 14 Hume, Gay 14 Hume, Stephen 14 Humenny, Brad 123 Humenny, Ed 56,68,87,92,207 Hunt, Melody 14,82,87 Hutchinson, Cathe 14 Ingalls, Earle 65, 122,207,244 Ingraham, Rosalie 207 Isaacs, Ellen 14,80,166 Iverson, Marilyn 93 Jacks, Ann 64 Jacobson, Byron 122,128,207 Jacobson, Gerry 114,166 Jacobson, Roxanne 14,107 Jahr, Jerome 207 Jahr, Natalie 82,207 Jaimes, Billy 14 Jaimes, Fred 14 Jaimes, Jerry 14, 1 06 James, Al 209 James, Barb 62,83,101,209 Jaramillo, A. 209 Jarrett, Candice 14 Johnson, Ann 91,209 Johnson, Chris 56,57 Johnson, Patricia 14,107 Johnson, Peggy 159,164,166 Jones, Carol 55,65,66,209 Jones, Charles 14 Jones, Deanne 91,164 Jones, Debbie 166 Jones, Elaine 1 14 Jones, Mike 14 Jones, Paula 209 Jones, Willie 126 Jordan, Steven 14 Josephson, Steve 140 Joyce, Catherine 14 Jubala, Marci 56,57,64,83 Jurado, Patty 14 Kaon, David 139 Kadera, Mike 65,97,139,209 Kahlenberger, Carol 107 Kahler, Laura 14 Kahler, Marti 87,90,166 Kaihara, David 14 Kaisermann, Mark 63,210 Kazebe, Mark 140 Keary, Barry 14 Keefer, Gayle 53,55,65,66 Keller, Judy 91,164,166 Keller, Kathy 14,85 Keller, Phillip 14,90 Kelly, George 14 Keneley, Charles 21 Keneley, Dorlene 14 Kennedy, Russell 14 Kenson, Matthew 14 Kenyon, Les 110,210 Kenyon, Penny 101,166 Keough, Kathy 210,245 Kern, Beth 80 Kern, Shari 14 Kenty, Gloria 210 Kidd, William 14 Kimi, Norgene 14 King, Debbie 14 King, Jeanne 14,110 Kipe, Lou 114,175,176,177 Kisor, Jim 14 Klein, Terry 97,139 Klement, Peggy 14 Knapp, Robert 69 Knisley, Terry 21 Koehler, Aleta 14,85 Krantz, Chris 210,245 Kreimeier, Velda 55,63,210 Kruse, Jim 14 Kupersmith, Daniel 14 Kuttner, Bill 68,110 Lambert, Mark 14 Lankford, Gary 126 Lara, Arthur 14 LaRock, Dale 210 La Rock, Greg 140 Larsen, Larry 139 Larse , Melinda 14,189,210 Latta, Victoria 14,85 Laughery, Dale 21 Lauritsen, Steve 14 Lauritsen, Terry 80 LaVigne, Daphne 15,175,176 LaVigne, Duane 210 Lawrence, Cindy 60,211 Lawson, Jim 15 Lawson, Steve 86 Lawton, Stephen 15 Lechman, Walt 126 Lee, John 106 Leicht, Richard 15 Lengyl, D. 210 Leonard, Allan 210 Leseman, Curtis 91 Lewis, Larry 15 Leyda, Dave 1 1 1 Leyda, Mary 15,110 Lietke, Jim 33 Limon, Alice 33 Linder, Jane 10, 15 Line, Jul lie 14 Little, Elaine 33,64,83,93 Little, Gary 15 Lohoff, Terry 15 Lomheim, Terrence 15 Long, Ginny 33,65,68,74,115 Lopez, Dalia 33 Lopez, Mary 33 Lopez, Mirko 33 Lotze, Kenneth 15 Lotze, Mary 33 Lugo, Frank 15 Lugo, Rachel 15 Lunn, Bonnie 33,82 Lunnon, Barbara 15 Lusic, Raenette 15 Luther, Linda 15,107 Lutz, Carl 15 Lutz, Eric 33 Lyon, Carole 15 Lyon, Janet 10, 15 Lyon, Rick 33,130,139 Lyon, Sylvia 80,165,166,211 Mabry, Cynthia 33 Mabry, Robert 15 MacDonald, Bob 126 Mackey, Bill 92,211 Maddox, Marya 52 Maguire, Bil I 33 Mohoney, Mike 122 Mahoney, Thomas 33 Mallory, Becky 107 Maltsberger, Bi I lie 92,211 Malinowski, C. 211 Manly, Tom 81 Manning, Wayne 126 Mansfield, Darrel 33 Manuel, Roger 65,86,21 1 Manuel, Tina 1 15, 164 Maravel, Primo 33 March, Mike 86,92 Marcoux, Anne 87,92 Marcoux, Linda 21 1,245 Marquart, Bill 33,92 Marsh, Bruce 90 Martin, Diehl 33,99 Martin, Scott 90 Martinet, Terry 89,100,211 Martinez, Alex 21 2 Martinez, Gloria 212 Mason, Scott 134 Massimino, Rick 33,56,65,90 Mathews, Graig 212 Mattson, Judy 33,64,66,75 Maturino, Lucia 33,115 Maurin, Kathy 56,66,21 2 Maxey, Forrest 212 Maxey, Odana 33 Maxwell, Claudia 81,212 Maye, Rine 92 Mayhew, Daniel 33 McAlister, Charles 15 McAulay, Bill 123,134,176 McAuliffe, Carol 33,66,68,83 McBride, Reno 212 McCall, Lindsay 15,126 McCann, Jim 212 McCauley, Bill 140 McConnaughay, Gary 69 McCoy, Betty 15 259 . • • . 123,1 ' 6, I la ell, Ion 15 Mi I ' ii land, I l ' " I, 101,115,212 II i 1,91,115,212 i i . , , Paul 1 5 ||, H illi ,■ I ' , ley, Mai 15, 8 I ,.- 212 Mi ii.,, . ' , . 15,110 f ■ ' ,. Nli l, loseph 213 • i. Mlli I- II 13 . . . ■ i , 1 1 I) Ml I i " ' ., Mini HA I ' • Ills, I Ion I Ml I . i . i . i do , ' ' I ; Meirltt, Bob ' i I Miller, H I ' M llei, J ihn 106, 12 ' ! Mi ierke, Fianli 16 ion . i athy t M oo i e , i " 1 1 , 11,213 Moore, Mike 16 I ' iiali ■-, I ilono 16 Mi iiales, Mai , ' 6 i ... il,, Mil .- 16,50 , Alii e 58, Mi neno, I , ' tlla I 6 Moteno, Martha 16 Moieno, Rolando 16 Mi ugan, Oln i ' -i 2 I i Morgan, ludy 107,213 .,,, ' ,, i,.„ i 16 Moirls, Angela 16, 107 Morris, loy 16 ■ I.,-, Mai 16 Mosi i, Kell) 56,65,97, 128 m ■ i , Susan 16 i i , Ictoi 16 Murdy, i ai Myei llm 16 la h, i -l 21 i la ,1, lulli 16 " »iyi III pal m, Baibata 16 I lea on, Audn . 91 1 Nea m, Chili PO Negrele, Enoch 16 i h yn i, , Haul 16 I i. I on, iti • 59,65,77,79 i lelton, B . ' I i I Ii I in, i I 16 ii. I m, David 213 Nell m, Mail 61,9 ' , 101 l Ii lion, l 1 ' I l leibll . Gai) 16 Neuhulfen, leunne 16 Nevlns, iond) 16 Ni .11. Mini B0, 107 i, .11. lohn 9 ' , 126 i. kirk, i 1 188,214,248 i in, U mi 16, I ' I I Nlckh ■ ■ i I 10 i II, i ., Ale 16 III ,n, i hili 16 I li-i, i harlotli h l I, .|,i,,, llm 16 l lolan, Mil , ' i I I, ,,,(■ , i ul ,eii 1 6 Noonan, Laurli 10 ' 14 i „b) Chrl 19,65, ' Norby, Polly 65,92, I 15 Nordstrom, i ralg 97, 17 Ni , i M. 16 Noiton, Nadlni 16 ..1 16, 82 Obalh , I ihi I I ' lull , i 67 ,,. .,, David 77,97,214, 244 , ,1 ,lm 16 ijala, ! lam , 16, 107 I, . 19, 106 ■ i ' M. ,||. ,,, i.i,,, 16, 126 , Ralph 214 ' i |mi i , i i , i " .i , 1 16 | I ' Rouil e, i hip ; : :, 97, 139,214 ' I ' Rourl • . Pi m, 115, 159 h une, I , 107 - i, .. . ,. . Lyndon Ii " ,, I ' I I » ,i ,,,..,, , lorn I 19 l ni.,, lune 16 ■ ■ ■ . I ' 14, 17 , 17 ' ,, 129, I : I I ' ., ,1,1,11,1, Diane 214 Padllla, lefl 124 Pagel, i ■ ni 16, 126 Paget, Si oil 14,69 Pakn lo, Eddie 16 Palai los, Raul 14, 12 I, 17 ' , Pallares, Rli hard 16 Paul rata , Pami la ; I I ' ,,, ,„!,,, Bob 214 |l : I Pari e Pari ei, I Inda 16 I ... I ,i, Ruth U. Pail ., Am., i 16 Parks, Belinda 214 P , Bail 14,82 P , Patsy 16 Pate, Sli i 14,126 Patrick, Sitrarl ' 14 Patterson, I av e 214 Patli m, Mil •• 16 Paul, In " 16 Payan, Bob 214 Pa tin, Eileen 16, 166 I ' . i, Carol 16 I ' , hi on, I ' i ' 15 Pi il , I i. I , 16 I Vi-I , I, i, i, I . ' I ' , Peel , Sti • 14, 123 Pernios, A,,, I 16 P In, Aii 122,215 Pen . I i 14 Pi ,. r, lulla I I Pe d, P 16 Pi Ii i on, Di I h 16 Pelei on, I rlstl 16 Pi i. , i arol I I PI , i " ii,,,. 87,215 P , Chei 110 Phillips, i i 16 I ' l, ,,, i .,,! i| ,1, , lohn ' 15 P r II, :l Pilgei , lohn 65,9 ' , 215 Plngei , Mai lene 16 P ill, II I P , lohn 16 Pitts, I ' ., hard 16 PI an i Mick) 115 I ' ln, I I 14 Poi h, I ....I.. 16 Poi i, Roberl 14,99,134 P i|| M |, ' ..Hi, I I I Pollni l.i. i Pollna, Dlam I Pollai I- , Ion 16 Pi i, Margarita 14 Poll , Mm inn. || l| . P i lb ih ' i.ii , Guy 16 Po i Ii ill waits , I aura 34 Potl , 1 1 i 215 Potts, I Isa 1 Powell, I ' imiI 17 Powers, Philip 17,81 Pral , In- 1 Pratt, Ralph 16 Pratt, Rosl 215 P , lo Prlndlo, D Id 17 Pro ■ , . ' . ' ill I I I ' l.ii i. , David 14 Pullen, lohn 17 Purkey, Michael 17 Pyi on, I hi I Iii7 Pyi mi, Sandra 14 , 1 62 Quezada, David 14,80, 126 i jui, ,li ran, Margarol I 7 - mi,, I, , Mo 65, 101, 1 15, 165, 15 Racine, Linda 14 I ' llMHI ■ | , I,,, ,, | 1 26 in,, i In, Ian 34, I 15 Ranson, Aim, 220 Ri mi, is , Mai I I . ' i u, ,. I, Albert I , I (V, Kasmussen, ' heryl 1 7 I ■• i ■. 1 1 1 . i -.-..- 1 1 , Paul 17 Id , .I,,. .. in , I .-I, I 7 I ' , ml., ' Inde 20,56,65 i ' .i,,l,, Rod 14,8 1,9 ' , I ' H , 122, 125,249 Rauhut, i ml. I,.- 14,93 Ri aidon, 1 14, I I I Reck, red 17 Rei la, I athleen 16 Reei I, Charleni : I Ri . .1, ,, I 1 r. i.i, B ■ 14, 1 1 5 I ' . -ul, i hrls 220 Reld, I I I I |, ' i-mI, Doug I Ri In Ii, Roberl 1 Renfrow, Alb i I R , I ' .i. i 107, 115 Reynolds, i nthla 14 • .I,, ilds, Bei I , : I i ' ln-.., D -I 1 Rhea, Randy 224 I... ' I 14 Rhodi . i ■ bl ' 15,225 Rhodes, Mil . 14,1 19 I ' l. ni. In , I I Rlam la , lane 7 t RI, I, i ireg I , 106 Richard!, loi inn 1 7 I., ,,, ,k, i ,-..li,. 34 Rli I Is, ,i. . 14, 140 ! ' ,. I , I.-. I I ' .i , Lupe I H ' . i ' .i. hh ' ly I I ' . i,i, hi, . Wayne 14,61,68,69 I-, ii. i, RI, I, ul , Ale 216 i • II i, Mill y 34 RI era, Roberl 116 RI era, Roy 216 I ' m i. el, i arrlol I ' Robei !■■, Mm! I 7 Robert!, I Inda 46 Rol . its, lean I ■ Roberts, Candy 13 1 1., Dean 34,76 Roberts, Eleanor 34, 166 Roberts, Nancy 93,216 Robertson, Ainu 1 7 Rob. rtson, lull- 115,216,247 Robinson, Robin 34 Robles, Rita 216 Robison, Bill 1 Robles, Rosalie 82 Roden, Jean 1 Rodriquez, Gini 17,107 Rogers, Nichola 36 Rojas, Gilberfa I Rojas, Tony 17 Roland, William 17 Romano, Joseph I Romo, Mary 34 Rosales, Angelina 34 Rosburg, Betty 216 Rosenblatt, Carol 216 Royer, James 17 ii I ii, Patricia 34 Rohe, Ray 216 Rueda, Mi. hael I ' Runberg, Rozanne I Russell, Bob 34,126 Russell, Sonja 1 Rutledge, Ross 17 Safford, Ann 34,63,87,92 Safford, Paul 141 Sakurai, Mike 34 Sambrano, Albeit 17 Sambrano, Diane 17,107 Samb r ano , Tony 17 Sanchez, Robert 17 Sanders, Gary 81,716 Sandoval, Floicntioo 34 Santos, Betty 34,107 Sargent, Carlos 106 Scarpino, Jim 34 Schatzman, Ruth 17,163,166 Schaum, Nancy 17 Schnell, Christa 66,68,69,80, 217,159 Schnepple, Terry 217 S-.hroedcr, Christine 17 Schroedei , Larry 217 Schroeder, Marcella 217 Schubert, Claudia 34,64 Schubert, Bobby 17,64 Schumacher, Ted 17 Schultz, Debbie 17 Schultz, Donna 16 Schumacher, Michele 17,107 Scofield, Km en I Scolfield, Pam 17 Scott, Suzanne 21 7 Seidlitz, Dean 17,81 Sellers, Jeanne 17 Sell, Michael 17 Semple, Clark 1 Sengltsock, Linda 17, 10 Serrano, Norma 217 Serrano, Helen 17,85 Sever, James 18 Severns, Tom 18 Shaw, John 34 Shaw, Lawrence 18 Shaw, Steve 92 Shaw, Tcri 107,189 Shaw, Tom 18 Shaw, Tommy 55,97,217 Sheets, Robert 18 Sherman, Dian 170,217,249 iheets, Carol 25 ■ . Becky 66,82 Shi emal ei . Bru e Shriver, hri 14 I i9 Sbium, Theresa 2 17 Mr ite, Mil . I Sidwell, Sue 18 Silvas, Kelly 34 iimpson, Judy 34 ,11 ' ' Min, Mum .in :• ' , - ' I nil Gary 77 Sipple, Stephanie 217 Sizelove, Diana 35 Sly, Jim 18 Smith, Betsy 18 Smith, Chris 53,65, 129, KM, I ' 5, 218 Smith, I ' Smith, Kathi 18 Smith, Kevin 16,77,91, 140 Smith, Marlene 66,218,248 Smith, Nancy 53,65,218 Smith, Rii hard Smith, Sbeny 218 Snead, Joe 35 Snook, Barbaia 18 Snook, Kathy 35 Snyder, I inda 35 Solis, Ricardo 18 Si rllenbergei , I enl 18, HI Soltz, Sue 35 Sowdei, Barl i 66, 189,218,248 Spindle, Pat 35 Spranger, Greg I b Squires, Kit 35,92,179 Stack, Danny 18 Slalfieri, li.Lii I: Stanley, Becky 18,82 Stark, Lisa 18 Stark, Pat 35 Starkey, Lois 53, 159 Starl . , Tom 140 Stats, Aaron 18 Mehhins, felly Iff Steele, lane! 53,218 Stephens, Afton lit Ste| li.iison, John I 8, 9 Steppins , Sharon 35 Sternberg, Martha 18 Stevenson, Bob 18, Stiff ler, Randy 18 Ml , i Stiles, Scott 18 Si ipe, Guy 18 Stock.-., Barb 18,107 Stocker, Travis 1 I 1 Stocton, Judy 18 Stonich, Bob 123,118 Stonich, Susan 18 Stoughton, Ricky 18, I 10 Stoyanovich, Cathy 718 Stoyanovich, Gal.- 18 Stoy, Kalby 18 Stradley, Sam 81,18 Steward, I athi 218 Stratman, Diane 18 ' .ii. iil- , Andrew 65,219 Strickland, Jeanette 165, 21V, 776 Strickland, Rocky 18 itringfield, Mike 219 Stryker, Phil 219 Stucker, Andy 35,97 Studley, Teddy 18 Stunkard, Dan 56,219 Styles, Craig 122,219 Suitei , So Summerfoi d, lam I Sunderman, lefl I ' Iil, David 1 8 ,i. i,., Pam 35,r ■ ,. ,,,i i.i ' . ii, 35, 1 15 ,1,1 In I II ' I ' 45 I re 35 lohn 110,220 . 1 1 1 .. i Rand 120 o r , B . 1 15 ranner, P 115 Tatolla, I ■ .thy 18 raylor, Man ia 5 1,61, I i9, I6 rchorbadjian, Rosita real, I in. In 35,80, I I i, a . I ' .l ' , Bob 35,61 126 I, ..Ii, Mil .- I. ' . ' , i ' 129,176 ' ,i i . , . la rhayer, itephen 1 : Thomas, Dennii rhomos, I " ii Thomas, Lisa 18,65,166 I hi imas , Sherr) 15 rhomas, 5teve 97 , 176 Thomson, Charlei I : Tomlinson, Mark 140, 18 rompson, n ; ndy 80 rhompson, leann. 5 I, i6, i 6, 69, I, 159,164,770 II ison, " u I. ' . ' I B I i (be , Mil bael I I I, ,i.i,i, Bob 34, I ' robey, Mil e 15,61,97 I I ii lor i i , Boh 18 in .ii l aren 1 1 5 1 1 .wbridgi , 5t ve 770 I (ill, I ' -.ulu b ' f, Ml In,,,.,, lull. 15,63,65,68,1 l lllmann, Mil hael 1 8 llll, hi, I), inn in Umstot, Dana 15, 12 . ' n I , ' ieorgann 220 .,|.i, ■, i ..„, 19 Valenzuela, Carmen 19 Valenzuela, Juli. 15 Valenzuela, ( ' ■■ ai 77 1 Valenzuela, l l " l 19 Valenzuela, Bob 19 ' all nvuela, Sally 35 Vnllej.., Ililun,. 771 burg, Bonnie 90 i. l. nbi rg, Mi rliei 19, 163 .iiimI. 1,1 . irg, Thomas 221 Vandenl ieri i, N m 771 u, l.nberg, Joyi Vanhoi ne, lane ' ' 1 , 744 Vandeibetg, Marc 35 Vanke, Cynthia 19 Varnosendale, Rita 35 Vansickel, Vicl- i 771 Vargas, Jessie 19 Vargas, Joe 106 Vargas, Richard 77 I , ,M ,,,,,,,, 1 1. .1 1 1 5 Vasquez, Marl 221,245 Vasque , PI, i I lip 19 Vasquez, Ted 35 ■■ ' dn II, Sue 35,65,87,92,99, 1 Villa, Pancho 91 Villanueva, Mario 19 Vi I legos, Sandy 162 Voccia, Carol 55,64,66,74,83, 100,222,249 Voccia, Ed 86,126 Vong, James 19 Waddell, Linda 222 Wagner, Pam 19 Walchak, Jim 19 Walker, Aileen 19 Walker, Jan 222 Walker, Michael 19 Walker, Steve 19 Wallace, Mrie 19 Walters, Linda 159 Waltz, Bob 35,77 Waltz, Lloyd 19,81,140 Ward, Rosie 222 Ward, Virgil 19 Wardrop, Leoh 35 Ware, Deborah 19 Warren, Jeff 19 Warren, Luane 87,222 Watkins, Dan 35 Watkins, David 19 Watson, Tim 140 Watten, Wayne 97,122,125 Watts, John 35,56,92 Way, Marcia 66,93,222 Weber, Jeanne 19 Weber, Tom 81 Weide, Chris 19 Weil, James 19 Weindling, Brent 19 Welch, Jill 10,19,53 Welch, Sandy 107 Weldon, John 222 Welles, Bryant 65,97,222 Wells, Laurie 222 Welsher, Bruce 19 Welsher, Tim 35 Wendel, Debbie 19 Wennerberg, Ron 35,126 Wensel, Jayna 19 Werty, Cynthia 35,74,83,93 Wtherill, Mary 19 Wetherill, Rene 35 Whaley, Frank 126 Wheeler, Pat 223 Whitacre, Josephine 35 White, David 35 White, Don 19 Whitesides, George 35,139 Whorley, Ken 35 Wicker, Bob 223 Wickett, Bill 19,104,140 Wickett, Kay 91,115,159,164 Wickman, Pete 122,134,223 Wiese, Pat 35,68 Wieser, Priscilla 35 Wilhelm, Larry 35 Willey, Steve 19 Williams, Brian 139,223 Williams, Greg 122 Williams, Jerri 19 Williams, Jim 43 Williams, Stephen 223 Wilman, George 19 Wilson, Jill 115,104 Wilson, John 19,141 Wilson, Sue 62,93,159 Wilson, Suzanne 223 Winder, Seroy 223 Wiseman, Ann 19, 107 Wiseman, Shelley 35,53,115 Wolfe, Lyrn 59,64,83,101 Wood, Elaine 69 Wood, Gina 35,53,115 Wood, Glenn 19,104 Wood, Janet 68,115, 159,163 Wood, Michael 19 Wood, Tammy 35,107 Woods, Linda 35 Woodson, Betty 35 Woodson, Gloria Woodward, Georganne 35 Woody, John 35 Woody, Teresa 19 Woolery, Joe 126 Woolery , Steve 19 Wooten, Monica 19 Workman, Frank 35,97 Wormley, Pat 110,159,162,164 166 Wright, Carol 159,166 Wright, John 35,97 Wright, Karen 80 Wright, Larry 35,97,111,129 Wright, Vinton 224 Wulf, Gerald 224 Wulf, Janice 82,224 Wyatt, Randy 225 Wynn, Byron 35 Yarber, Emeriann 19 Ybarra, Mike 225 Ybarra, Ruben 35 Ybarra, Sylvia 19 Yerton, Merrilene 19 Young, Martha 77 Young, Vicki 35,66,69,115 Yount, Roger 19,85,139 Zednik, Joyce 225 Zuerlein, Sue 225 Zumwalt, Gary 19 262 X ' ? c? -o £. o ■ • J kJ " 6 _ ' s -o Q 9, O r. -v 9 -V ? -V , a ' ■ :- c S, -. $ ■S ' ' ,. ' £ V e X $ 1 r e - c 0 V r u ' Cv ) e _, £ Oj ' " ' A Special Thanks to R. Wallace Pischel, our understanding publisher . Mr. Brennen, our representative, for his numerous trips to FUHS with supplies, informa- tion, and a helping hand . . . y S. K. Smith, who agai Bob Barrows, and pictures . . highest quality yearbook cover possible . . . News Tribune, who got our staff out of a few jams with Diehl Martin and his associates, who always seemed to be there when we weren ' t . Chip O ' Rourke, who risked life and limb on behalf of our theme page . . . Chuck High, Mrs. Dunham, and friends, for their great help in the sale of annuals and all money matters . . . Mrs. Morken, for taking those late broadcasts with a smile . . . Mr. Jackson, for his kindness, comfort, understanding, interest, and much valued help throughout the year . . . Mr. Nelson, for his on the spot photo service . . . Terry Childs, my co-editor, business manager, friend, and crying post. Without her I would have been committed and we wouldn ' t have had an annual . . . Mr. D. Johnson, who didn ' t know what he was getting himself into as a first year ad- visor, but learned a lot and handled himself like a veteran. And he ' s got the battle scars to prove it! Each of the 16 members of the annual PLEIADES staff, who took on an unknown job, and handled it with the least amount of problems (?). To each one of you goes my per- sonal thanks and congratulations on a job well done. But most of all goes my " thank you " to the many faces, the true faces of FUHS. Thank you for your cooperation and patience. For, without you, this yearbook would never have been possible. v . O J x VV vV N ' ' ? ? Thank you, Marci Jubala Editor-in-chief 1967 Annual PLEIADES . b x N, " :63 QLon ' z 1 Cu a+ u e coere T oiiO . Haoe a gooc( w. rwgr S r«r 264 265 266 , t- ; 1 7? .1 e _ 267 I ' I ' OO 7 ' % w ■ lUlmw i m


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