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

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-■ - ' Sv %r ■ ■i :jf; mffyv}- ' ■ : •■■ V ' yf . ' .-• ' ;■ i- 6C JvlO- WG P u Of 9 - it ' ' ' } ■■: P. " t 5 ' , ' ■try 4 . ' U? ' », ,-)•« ' x- ' f ' 0 ' i y - THE PLEIADES The Diamond Jubilee Edition celebrating the 75th anniversary of Fidlerton High School JUDY MATTSON, EDITOR IN CHIEF JIM GRAVES, GINNY LONG, DESIGN ARTISTS FULLERTON HIGH SCHOOL, 1968 FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA k- »0»t ,;X_- J; U-e- ji- - ' - al i makes a P opi to drive; V- CT easy to govern, but impossible (y ' tJL to enslave. HP j Hi 9 ■ 5? VjJ 9HI|HI| A 1 1 j H s ' ■fl In M We gotta go and never stop going till we get there. Where are we going, man? I don ' t know, but we gotta go. -Kerouac y K ..:- % % " ■-■■.■■. ;.li ' ■■■ ' ■■ - ' ijf ' : ■■..■•■.„. ■ n - m It is the common wonder of all men, how among so many millions of faces there should be none alike. -Sir Thomas Browne f This is the 75th Anniversary Yearbook of Fullerton High, Published in June of Nineteen Sixty-Eight by the Annual Staff, Being a Chronicle of Events, a Record of the Graduating Class, a Catalog of Organizations and an Expression of the Spirit of Fullerton High School. CONTENTS Administration 12 Classes 28 Activities 96 Government 126 Organizations 140 Sports 168 Ads 214 — — iiEAX nfixsTiiiii.ii vir.f I ' ltixcii ' Ai lUAXUF (.III1IAX(:[ l.tlUXSClOIIS m Forethought and prudence are the proper qualities of a leader. . V , ■n i v W ' -- - Administration A man s life is defined by his commitments,- his life s value, by his involvment. For his many yens of si rvii c al I ' llS, we ai - i r,Ucful lo our priiic Ip.il, Mr Cruickshank. T eh to right- Harold L. Throop, Jr., Assistant Superintendent Business Services: Dr. Leonard LMurdy! Superintendent; John W. Mann, Deputy Superintendent; John D. Renley, Director, Personnel Services. District Administration SEATED left to right: Joan D. Begovich, Clerk; J. Franklin Sullivan, President : Dr. Emhlen N. Cooke, M. D., Member. STANDING, left to right: Merrill K. Steele, Member; Peter Churm, Member. Mr. Robcrtsim- N ' icc-Piini ipal and Dean of Instruction Mrs. Spears — Dean of Instruction Mr. Morris — Student Activities and Attendance Super- visor Administration Mr. Miller — Dean of Guidani Mrs. Schwartz College-Senior Mrs. Murray Junior-Senior Counselors Mr. Ridge Sophomore Mr. Miljanich Freshman Mrs. Jones Mr. Robertson ' s Office Mrs. Stephenson Registrar Mrs. Frank Attendance Office Secretaries Mrs. Tru.st Counseling Office Mrs. Dunham Bookstore Mgr. Mrs. Morken Mr. Cruickshank ' s Office CM J Wn ft iW}- ,C 1A v - .1 . •• v ■ ' ■ ' -v Half the world knows not how the other half lives. -George Herbert Ci asses 29 Class Week si; !4 V- Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Junior Class Senior Officers Hugh Christenscn Bev Hart Andy Stuckcr Judy Keller Judy Simpson Senior Awards Bank of America Engraved Plaque Award Winners Ginny Long, Senior Service Award. W. Wayne Ritchie Carolyn Hoyle Vicky Young Eleanor Roberts Science Mathematics Fine Arts Liberal Arts Vocational Arts Bank of America Certificate Award Winners John Wright Robert Teasdale Janice Horn Ginny Long Ann Safford Kathy Dean Charlotte Newton Judy Mattson Linda Banderas Robby Beeman David Prutzman Kathy Dean Don Evans Carolyn Hoyle Peggy Johnson Judy Keller Bill Kuttner Judy Mattson Mathematics Laboratory Science Music Art Drama English Social Science Foreign Language Business Agriculture Trades Industrial Arts National Merit Finalists Barbara Dieckmann Bruce Marsh W. Wayne Ritchie C.S.F. Life Members Carol McAuliffe Charlotte Newton W. Wayne Ritchie Robert Teasdale Patricia Wiese John Wright Vicki Young W. Wayne Ritchie, Senior Service Award. Kathy Amott, Senior Service Award. Dan Bowen, Senior Service Award. . Suzy, Dever, Senior Service Award. Elaine Little, Senior Service Award. Ricky Massimino, Senior Service Award. Judy Mattson, Senior Service Award. Chris Norbv, Senior Service Award. Rod Raub, Senior Service Award. Sue Vendrell, Senior Service Award. k k John Wright, Senior Service Award. Scott Wright, Senior Service Award. Vicki Young, Senior Service Award. 35 VICKIE LYNNE ABRAMS Dance Concert 4; Pep Club 4; Song Leader 4; Featherettes 2, Leader 3 ; Pow Wow Att. 2 ; Gym- nastics Club. BEVERLY ANN ADSIT AWS MANUEL ALDACO Forensics 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Cross Country I, 2, 3; Varsity Club. KATHLEEN ANN AMOTT AFS 1, Sec. 2, 3: Teen Toppers 1, 2, Pres. 3; AWS Pres. 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Idakas 3, 4; Biol- ogy Club 2, 3; Pleiads 1, 2; Y- Teens 1, 2, 3. JOE R. ANDERSECK Football 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1. RANDALL G. ANDERSON Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Pep Band 3; Key Club 3, 4; Track 4; Stu- dent Court Justice 4; Cross Coun- try 4; District Orchestra 3. SUSAN E. ATTERHOET GAA 1, Latin Club 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. LINDA BAHL LINDA BANDERAS SUSAN BARLETTA Latin Club 1, 2; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 3 ; Social Committee 4. BILL H. BARR Future Farmers 1, 2, Pres. 3; Football 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4. JONELLE BARTON Girls C:hoir 2, 3, 4; AWS Trcas. 4; Pep Club 4; Music Club 4; AFS 2; Bi .log ' Club 4; FHA 1, 2: Social Committee 4. GARY LEE BEAXER Football 1, 2; Track I, 2: Basket- ball 1: Hi-Y 2, 3; Biolony Club 3: Key Club 3: Annual Pleiades 4; Student Congress 1. AWS JAX MAY BECKHAM ROBBY J. BEEMAN Future Fanners 2, 3, Prcs. 4; ICC 4. Class of ' 68 BENNY BERNAL C Football I : B Football 2 ; Art Club V.P., 4. GLORIA ANN BERNEL FHA 3, Sec. 4: Biology Club 2; Pleiads 3. REXENE BLACKLEY Latin Club I; Featheretlcs 3, 4; Idakas 4; Biology Club 4, Sec. 4: Social Committee 4: Rally Com- mittee 4; Publicity Committee 4. ARLEEN BLAIS JOHN PATRICK BLAKE Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 3. 37 AWS LINDA BOHANNON JOHN BOSNA Stags 3, 4; Music Club 4; District Orchestra 4. DAN BOWEN Key Club 3, Treas. 4; Senior Class Pres.; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Annual Pleiades 3 ; Varsity Club 3. 4. JEANNIE L. BOWER Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2. DONALD JAMES BOYD RUSSELL STEPHEN BOYD Football 1; Future Fanners 2, Football 1. 3, 4. BRUCE ALAN BRACKETT WARREN BRAMLETT Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1, 2: Foot- AMS ball 2 ; Hi-Y 3, 4. CHARLES FREDRICK JAMES W. BRAUN BRAUER Water Polo 1 ; Track 1 ; Basket- Football 2; Wrestling 2; Tennis ball Manager 1. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Biology Club 4. s enior JOHNATHAN P. BREWER Drama Club 2, :i, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Fall Play ;5, 4; Sprini? Play 2, 3, 4. ARTRESS L()RRAINE BROWN Student Congress 3, 4; GAA 3. BINKY BROWN DAVID R. BROWN Head Soni; Leader 4; Y-Tcens 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3; Social 3; Track I, 2, 3, 4. Committee 4; Student Congress 2; Annual Staff 4. EUGENE H. BROWN Water Polo 2. HAROLD E. BROWNELL Football 1,2; Baseball 2. BARBARA ANT f BRUNO Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4 : Music Club 2 ; FHA Vice Pres. 4: AFS 2. DICK BRUNS Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Music Club 2; District Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4. CI ass KATHI BUEHER TIM BUHL Girls Choir 2 ; Student Congress 3. AMS 39 ROBERT L. BURMEISTER Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Stags 3, 4; V. Pres. Stu- dent Congress 3; ICC 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. SUSAN EILEEN CARLISLE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Music Club 2 ; AWS Rep. 2 ; Idakas 3, 4. SANDI CECH Teen Toppers 3 ; GAA Dance Concert 4; Pep Club 4; Biology Club 4; Newspaper Staff 3. RAYMOND JONATHAN CHAPMAN Band 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Football 3, 4; Var- sity Club 4; Stags 4. s eniors PATRICIA ANN CHAVIRA AWS HUGH MORRIS CHRISTENSEN Track 3. 4; Cross Country 4; Wa- ter Polo 1, 2, 3; German Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Forensic Club 4; Pep Club 4; Indian Stags 4; Biology Club 2, 4; Christmas Play 4; AMS Rep. 4. TERRI L. CLARK Song Leader 4; Homecoming Att. 3; Idakas 3, 4; Featherettes 3; Class Sec. 1; Class Treas. 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Social Comm. 4; Student Con- .gress 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3. MICHAEL RAY CLEVELAND Baseball 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2; Yell Leader 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. MIKE CLEWELL Forensic Club 2. CARL C. CODISPOTI CINDY DIANE COMPTON I ' raiisffr Student- -Son ilt- Hi«li GAA 3. School. DANNY L. t;t)NE MIKE PAT CONLEY NELLIE CHRISTINE COOPER Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; Feathercttes 4: FHA I: Pub. Comm. 4; Homecoming Queen. 1968 BILL R. COULTER WARREN BRADY COX Pep Club 4; Stags 3, 4; Key Club Wrestling 2, 3. 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; German Club ' . Pres. 4; Ticket Comm. 4; Chess Club 4. SHEILA RUTH CRABTREE Pop Club 4. LINDA CRAWFORD Transfer Student — Smttsdale, Arizona. BARBAR. LEE CRISWELL Pow Wow Alt. 1 ; Biology Club 2, 3; Featherettes 2, Leader 3; Spanish Club 2. NAN CUZZOLINA Annual Pleiades Staff 4 ; Biolotrv Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 3; Spanish Club 2 ; Rally Committee 4 ; Pep Club 4; Dance Concert 2, 4; GAA Dance Mgr. 4. TIM DAILEY PAUL DAVIS Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 1, 3, 4. 19 KATHRYN DEAN French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensics 3, 4; Featherettes 2, 3, 4: Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Prod. 4; Dance Concert 4; Jr. Class Sec. 3; Stu- dent Congress 2: Idakas 3, Pres. 4; Biology Club 3, 4. ARTHUR DEAREN DOLORES MARIE DE LA TORRE ASB Publicity Chairman 4; Ida- kas 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Spani.sh Club 3, Sec. 4; Social Comm. 4; Student Con- gress 3. SUZANNE R. DEVER Dance Concert 2, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 3 ; Student Congress 2 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 3 Class Sec. 2 ; Featherettes 3 Cherokee Indian Dancer 4; ICC 2, 3, 4, ICC Chairman 4; Elec- tion Board 3 ; Idakas 4. ROBERT DHYSE DENNIS DIAZ Football 1. BARBARA DIECKMANN AWS PATRICK lAMF.S DOl ' CHERTY MIKE DOWSER Cross Country 2, 3, 4. CHARLES DREW Baseball 2. 68 UEMSE L DUCHENE RICK L. DUDLEY Biology Club 3. Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4: Tennis 1 ; Forensic Club 3. SANDRA MARIE DUNHAM ROD HOWARD EDDLEMAN Latin Club 2: GAA 2, 3; Biolo v Football 3, 4: Varsity Club 4. Club 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; FHA 4: Pep Club 4. MARILVW EGBERT Bioloicy Club 3; Y-Tecns 1, 2, 4. STEVE R. ELLER Football 2, 3; Wrestlins: 1. 2, 3: Biology Club 3, 4 : Staes 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 2. 3. 43 ANN OLYNN ELLIS JACK ENDERS Rally Committee 4; Concert Indian Stags 4. Choir 2,3,4: Music Club 2 ; FHA Treas. 4; Featherettes 3. PEGGY A, ERICKSON Homecoming Att. 2; Student Court 3, 4: Featherettes 3, 4; Rally Committee 2 ; Biology Club 3; Student Congress 3: Idakas 4. REYES ESTRELLA AWS DON MARTIN EVANS PATTY CAROL EVANS Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, Transfer Student, Medford, Ore- 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key gon. Club 4; Varsity Club 4; Student Court 3, Chief Justice 4; Pleiads 2, 3, 4. GREG FANGEROW AMS S enior CHARLES EDWARD PAUL FAVA FARMER AFS Exchange Student; Key Football 1; Track 1, 2; Biology Club 4; Cross Country 4; Chess Club 4. Club 4. DAMAS FERNANDKZ Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; F nball 4. ROBERT FISHER CHRISTINA FLOAN French Clul) !i : Teen Toppers ' i ; ICC 4; AFS 3, Chairman 1: Weekly Pleiades 3, Editor 4: As- sembly Committee 4: Fall Play 3. LANCE FORSYTH Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. AWS SHERRY FORT GLENDA FRANK Featherettes 3: Idakas 3, 4; Pow Wow Attendant 3; Publicity Committee 4. HILDA FUENTES Class SUSAN R. GAGNON French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 2; Y-Tccns 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Biol- ogy Club 4; Teen Toppers 3; Stu- dent Congress 2; Social Commit- tee 4; AFS 2, 3. FORTI.NO GALLO Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling I, 3. 4: Track 1, Court Bailiff 4. 2, 3, 4: Student 45 PATRICIA D. GALVAN AWS IV! ■ jK l K K. i ' ' 1 1 ' «r CHRISTINA GARCIA AWS JOSEPH SCOTT GERRICK BARBARA GETTMAN Football 2, 3; Track 1 ; Wrestling AWS 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Biology Club 4, Class of ' 68 AWS JEAN A, GETTMAN GUY GIEMONT Class Pros. 1; Class V.P. 3- Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Con- gress 2; AFS 2. MARILYN GILLIAM AWS JILL GIPSON RACHEL L. GONZALES GAA 1, 2; FHA 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. JAN OOODUIX Id.ikas ;(, I: Frathcrctlcs 2, :i ; Hoiiiccomini; Att. 1. KENNY GORTNKR Baseball 3. JAMF.S ROBF.Rr GRAHAM JAMES SINf:i.AIR GRANES Music Club 2: Stanc Club 4: Pep Art Club 3, t: bioloio ' C:lub i: Band 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4. Annual Staff 4. SHIRLEY JEANNE GRAY Y-Tcens 1, Sec. 2, 3; Music Club 2; Concert Choir 3, 4: Biology Club 3. LARRY GROMACKI AL HAKES Cross Country 1; Wrestling I, 2. Football 4; Wrestling 4: Tennis 3,4. STEVE HALL Tennis 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 3, 4; Electronics Club 2; Concert Choir 4. RAYNETTE HALVORSEN Thespians 2, 3, 4 ; Drama Club 3, 4: AFS 3; Teen Toppers 3; Span- ish Club 3: French Club 2 : Spring Plav 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 3, 4: GAA 1 ; Y-Teens 2, 3. MARJdRIE HAMES AWS BARBARA HANNA 47 KEN HARDING LEE P. HARDY Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism Staff 2; Editor-in-Chief 4; Chess Club 4; Indian Stags 4. LINDA SUE HARKINS Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2. BEVERLY HART Fall Play 2; Pep Club 4: Y-Teens 4: Featherettes 4: Biology Club 4 ; FHA 4. 19 PEGGY JEAN HATTON Featherettes 3. GLORIA HAUGHN GAA 23 ; Spanish Club 3 ; Biology Club 4. CAROL DAWN HAYNIE GAA 2, 3, 4; Girls Chorus 1 ; Con- cert Choir 2, 3, 4. DAWN HEDLINP Featherettes 3: GAA 3; FHA 3; Pep Club 4; Rally Committee 4. CHRIS E. HEISE Featherettes 3 ; Rally Committee 2, 3; AFS 2; Idakas 4; Student Congress 2 ; French Club 2 ; Pub- licity Comm. 4; Social Comm. 4; Annual Pleiades 4. LYN HERZBERGER Dance Concert 2, 3; Featherettes 3, 4, leader 4; Weekly Pleiades 2, 3, 4; AFS 2. MARGARET E IIEYER Rally Coniniiltce 2 ; Idaka Treas- urer 4; Annual Staff Secretar ' t; Publicity Committee 4; YCC 4. ROBBIE ANN HILL 1)1 IS1-: LVNELL HOLMES Fall Plav 2, 3, 4: SprinR Play 2; Y-Tccns 4: AFS 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4. MART A. HOLMES Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4; Biology Club 3, 4: Social Com- mittee, 68 TY HOLMES NANETTE HOPKINS Stage 3, 4 : AMS ' icc President 4. AWS PETER UESSET, IIoRniM Pep Club 4; Chess Club 4; Youth for Understanding. JANICE V. HCmN Feathercttcs 3, 4: FHA 4; Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Girl ' s Choir 4: Concert Choir 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1 ; Annual Staff 4. BOB HORNIDGE Track 1, 2: Football I, 2; Wrest- ling 1, 2, I TAN HORTON Y-Tcens 1, 2: Biology Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3: Feathcrcttes 4; Concert Choir 2, 3. DIANA HOUSER MARY HOWE Music Club 1, 2; Biology Club 3; Art 2, 3. CAROLYN JEAN HOYLE SAMMY HUMDY Russian Club 1,2,3, 4, Vice Pres- Football 1,3; FFA 1,2,3. ident 3, 4: Biology Club 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4. s eniors HENRIETTA HUNTER Y-Teens 3, 4 ; Biology Club 4. AMS JERRY HURWITZ MARILYN IVERSON Teen Toppers 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Biology Club 3 ; Featherettes 4. AVVS ANN JACKS JUANITA TAIMES FHA 2, 3 ; Spanish Club 2 : Major- ette 4; Publicity 4. 50 RKHKCCA JAMES ' -rocns 1, 2, 13, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 4; Biologv Club 3: Pleiads 2; ICC 3, 4. PEGGY ANN JOHNSON GAA 2, 3, 4, President 4: Biology Club 2, 3; FHA 2; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4. VICKI JOHNSON Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. C:HERYL JONES Spanish Club 3; Y-Teens 4; GAA 2; AFS 2, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 4; Mixed Chor- us 1. ELAINE L. JONES Featherettes 3, 4; Pleiads 2, 3; Music Club 2; Concert Choir 2; Y-Teens 3, 4: Pep Club 4. 1968 WILLIAM E. JONES French Club 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3. WINNYE JONES Biolog - Club Secretary 2 : Drama Club. ■ MELINDA T- TUENEMANN Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2 : Biologv Club 2. DA E KAAN Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Club 4. s enior JUDY LEE KELLER Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Biolouy Club 3, 4; Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Sec . 4; Rally Comm. 4; Pep Club 4; ICC 4. WAYNE B. KEMMERER Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. BETH KERN French Club 2, 3; Featherettes 4; Biology Club 2. DENISE LV. . kls.NLR Concert Choir 1, 2. DL NE L. KLSNER TERRY KLELX Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Var- sity Club 3, 4: Stags 3, VP 4: Key Club 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. ADELLE L. KOLl JE Y-Teens 1. tiMh BILL KUTTNER Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2 Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4 Chess Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 1, 2, 3 Thespians 4 : Math Team 4. RON LAMARCHE Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Varsity Club 4. PAUL EDWARD LAMBOURNE Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball 2: Track 1, 4. 52 (fijf. " .:i? ' ■■ ,■: " ■««;e t» CI ass GREGG PHELPS LA ROCK Water Polo 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, I; Eledrimics CMub 2: Chess Club 2, !i; Biology Club l. LARR ' i LARSEN Water Polo 1, . ' , 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Yell Leader 4. FRANK ALFONSO LE ' OIT Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. DANE B LEYDA JIM L. LIEDTKE Band 1, 2, 3, 1: Football 2; Latin Cross Country 4, Club 2: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. ELAINE LITTLE Pep Chairman 4 : Majorette 2, 3 Rally Conim. 3: Biology Club 2 Pep Club 4; Social Comm. 4 Pub. Conini. 4 : Annual Staff 4 Student Congress 1,3: GAA 2, 3 Teen Toppers 1, 2, Sec. 3. NORM W. LOGES ' .Vater Polo 4; Swimming 4. PAT LOHOFF VIRGINLV L. LONC; GAA 1, 2, Sec. 3; AFS 1, 2. Pres. 3, Pub. Chairman 4: Art Club 2, 3, Sec. 4: German Club 1, 2, 3: Annual Staff Artist 4: Fcathcr- ettes 2, 3. DALIA LOPEZ FHA I MIRKO LOPEZ Electronics Ciub 1 ; Printing Club 1 ; Spanish Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; AFS 4; Stu- dent Congress 4. BONNIE LUNN Featherettes 4: Pep Club 4; Rally Committee 4; FHA Pres. 4. ERIC WILLIAM LUTZ Transfer Student Sunnv Hills. RICHARD ALLEN LYON Basketball 1, 2, 3: Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Key Club 4; Pleiads 2, 4; Student Congress 1. CYNTHIA DIANE MABRY French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology 2- AFS 2, 3 ; Y-Teens 4 ; Social Com- mittee 4. THOMAS MIKE MAHONEY Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1 ; Base- ball 2, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Var- sity Club 4. DARRELL L. MANSFIELD Track 3, 4; Wrestling 1. Kk h PRIMO MARIIANO MARAVEL Football 1 ; Cross Country 2 3 ■ Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BILL MAROUARDT Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1 ; Drama 2, 3, 4: Fall Play 3, 4; Spring Play 3, 4; Key Club 4; Thespians 3, 4, Pres. 4; One Acts 3, 4. BRUCE MARSH DIEHL H. MARTIN Biology Club 2, 4; Newspaper Staff ' 1, 3, 4: AFS 2, 3: Chess Club 4; French Club 2, 3, 4: Plei- ads 2, 3; Radio Club 2, 3, 4. 54 fOUN II[■, K • MASSIMI.N ' O Russian tilub 1, :;, 3, 4; Key Club ;i, Lt. Gov. 4; Class Pres. 3; Var- sity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH MARIE MATTSON Annual Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 : Idakas Treas. 3, V.P. 4 : German Club I, 2, Sec. 3, 4: Pleiads 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4: Y- ' I ' oens Treas. 1, 2, 3, V.P. 4: Rally Comni. 3: Dance Concert 4; Fcathcrcttcs 4. LUCIA B. MATURING Fcatherettes 3, Chorengrapher 4: Dance Concert 4. DANA MAXEY Class of ' 68 CAROL A.W MrAULIFFE Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Dance Concert 4: Idakas 3, 4: Annual Photo Editor 3, 4: Feath- erettes 2, 3; Songleader 4. KATHLEEN F. McILWAIN Social Chairman 4; Fcatherettes 3, 4; Pub. Conim. 4; Pep Club 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, Sec. 4: Biology Club 3. CELESTE RENEE MERRELL Teen Toppers 2. JIM . 1KRIZ DONNA RAE MIDDLEION AWS 55 PEGGY MIDDLETON FHA 1. VIRJEANNE MOERKE Music Club 2, 3; BioL.gy Club 3: Girls ' Chorus 2. CLARA MORALES CONNIE MORALES AWS ALICE MORENO Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 2; Pep Club, President 2; GAA 1, 2; FHA 1, 2; Featherettes 4. JANICE MORGAN 19 RENEE MOVE Latin Club 1, 2; AFS 2, 3- Biol- og ' Club 3, 4; Thespians 3, " 4; Y- Teens 2; FTA 4. CINDY NAJARIAN Concert Choir 4; Featherette Leader 4. JOHN MURPHY AUDREY NEATON Biology Club 3; Weekly Pleiades AWS 3. 56 MARK NELSON I ' uiitliall 2, 3: Swiniininj; 1: Wrcstlin? 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; An- nual Staff 3, 4; AMS Rep. 3; Tickrt Clommittee 2, 3. ANN NEWELL French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Idakas 4; Fcatherettes 4; Student Congress Secretary 4. CHARLOTTE NEWTON Y-Tcens 3, 4; Pleiads 3; Fcather- ettes 4; Biology Club 4; Election Board 4. MICHAEL NICKLESS Water Polo 3 ; Swim Team 2, 3. 4 : Cross Country 4; Track 4; Var- sity Club 4. 68 RICHARD NIELSEN Drama Club 1. CHRIS NORBY Football 1, 2, 4: Chess Club 2, Prcs. 3, 4; Student Congress 1, 2: Class Pres. 2; Thespians 3, 4; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 3; ASH Pres. 4; Student Court 3. DARI.KNE NUNEZ KAREN OJALA GAA 1 ; FFA 2, 3, 4. JOHN OLIVER Water Polo 1 ; Swimming 1. PEGGY O ROURKE GAA Officer 1, 2. 3, 4: Feather- ettcs 2, 3: Student Congress 2, 3, 4; Class Council 2, 3; Idakas 4; Y-Teens 4. 57 MARVIN OWENS Frosh AMS Rep.: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4: AMS Pres. 4: Track 4; Executive Board 4. SCOTT PAGEL German Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 4; Drama Club 4: Fall Play 4; Election Board 4. RAUL PALACIOS Football 1, 2, 3, 4. PAMELA PANKRATZ Biology Club 3; Student Congress 3, 4; Idakas 4; Publicity Commit- tee 4. s eniors KATHY PARKER BARBARA PARRA Student Congress 2, 3, 4; FHA, Sec. 3 ; Publicity 4 ; Majorette 4. STEVE PATE Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2 ; Baseball 2 ; Varsity Club 4. JULIA PEREZ iiology Club 3. DEBBIE PETERSON 58 C;AR0L PEIES CAREY PICQUELLE Y-Tcens 1, 2, :i, I: EiL-nch Club aMS 2; Pep Club 1; Rally Commit- tee 2. FRANK PL A Studciu Congress i. BOB POET Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Weekly Pleiades Edi- tor 3, 4. 1968 CATHERLNE POLLXG Spanish 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; Biology Club 3: Annual Staff 4; Social Committee 4. LAURA POSTLETHW AITE Y-Teens 1,2; GAA 1 . DAVE PRU rZMAN Key Club 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. SANDRA PYRON GAA 1, 3, 4. DA ID QUEZADA LINDA RACINE Y-Teens 1 ; Biology Club 3 ; Girls ' Glee 2. JAN RANKIN Biology Club 3; Featherettes 3, 4; Publicity Comm. 4; Social Conim. 4. RODNEY D. RAUB Freshman V.P., Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4: ASB Vice Pres. KARLENE JUNE RAUHUT GAA 1 ; AFS 2 : Teen Toppers 2, 3; Pleiads 2; Biology Club 3. THOMAS GEORGE REARDON Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN KECLA BONNIE SUE REID CYNTHIA REYNOLDS GAA 1,2; AFS 1, 2; Featherettes AWS 3; Spanish Club 1, 2. S enior REBECCA GAIL REYNOLDS Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 3; Y-Teens. RAYMOND R. RHEY Cross Country 1,2; Track 1, 2. MICHAEL H RIIonES Water Pnlo 1, :. ' , :!, 1; Swiiiiiiiini, ' 1, 2, 3, 4; N ' arsitv Cluli 2. :i, 4. STE E C:ARL RICHARD Football 1; Water Polo 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2; Biolony Club 3. AWS LESLIE RK:HARDS WILLIAM WAYNE RITCHIE Director of Elections: Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4: School Organist 2, 3, 4; Math Team 3, 4: AFS 2, 3, 4; Ticket Comm. 3, 4. MARY D RIXERA ROSALIE Rt)BLES FHA 2, 3, 4 : Pep Club 4 : Student Congress 2, 4; Publicity Comm. 4, ANGELINA ROSALES AWS PAl ' RICIA ANN RL C:KER AWS Class ROBERT CARL RUSSELL Band 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2: Foot- ball 2, 3, 4: V ' arsitv Club 4; Base- ball 2, 3. ANN DARKE SAFFORD Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Thespians 2. 3. 4; Pleiads 1. 2, 3, 4: Spring Plav 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL CHUCK SAKURAI BETTY JEAN SAX K ).S Biology Club 2, V.P. 3, 4; Indian Girls ' Chorus 1, 2, 3; Student Stags 4. Congress 1. JIM LEONARD SCARPING Head Yell Leader 4; Pep Club 4; Biology Club 3, 4. GARY SCHLEITWILER Transfer Student, Chatard High School. CI ass CLAUDIA JEAN SCHUBERT Y-Tecns 1; Pep Club 3; Art Club 3, 4. JOHN STEVEN SHAW Drama Club 3, 4, Treas. 4: Thes- pians 3, V.P. 4; Fall Play 3, 4; Spring Play 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE SHRIVER MIKE ROBERT SHUTE JUDY LEE SIMPSON AWS Yell Leader 4 ; Pep Club 4 ; Water Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Sr. Class Treas.; Polo 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Feathcrettes 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4. KATHY LEE SNOOK Feathcrettes 2, 3. LINDA CAROL SNYDER CARYL ANN SOLUKRC; dills ' Ohonis 1. Thespians 4. F. I ' AIRICK Sl ' lNDI.I. Cross Couiitr ' I, 3: 1 rack I, Basketball 3. ' AMS CHRISTC PHER SQUIRES AMS of ' 68 P. V-Te Club } . I.W.N i. . i il.l.. Student Congress 2, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3 ; AFS 2 ; Biolo.gy Club 2, 3. ANDREW STUCKER Student Con.gress 4; Senior Class ' .P.: Indian Stags 3, 4: Key Club 4. AMELA DEE SU 1 ION ens 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4 ; Drama 3; Biology Club 2. DEBRA SUZUKI Biolo.cy Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: AFS 4 ; Social Comin. 4. SHERILYN SWEET Student Congress 2 : Rallv Cmnm. 1, 4: Fcathcrcttes 3; GAA 1, 2. JOE E. SYKES Band 1, 2: Water Polo 3; Swim- ming 3. LINDA TEAL Y-Teens 3, 4, Trcas. 4 : French Club 2, 3, 4; Social Comm. 4: Feathcrettes 3; Biology Club 2, 3. ROBERT TEASDALE Bioloi!v Club 1, 3, 4, Pres. 4; ISA 4, Football 3; Chess Club 3, 4: AFS 3, 4: Sprini? Play 3; Track 1, 2, 3. SCOTT THAYER Biology Club 2 ; Tennis 3, 4. LARRY THOMAS 19 ■SHERRY IHOMAS MIKE TOBEY Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Yell Leader 4 ; Rally C(immittee 4, Soph. Vice Pres.; Weekly Pleiades 3; Football 2; Wrestling 1. TULIE TURNER Drama Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Fall Play 2: Weekly Pleiades 3, 4; AFS 3, .Assembly Committee 3; Biology Club 4: Thespians 3, 4. DANA UMSTOT Basketball 2; Baseball 3, 4; Var- sity Football 3, 4. JULIE VALENQUELA MARC VANDERBURG Cross Country 1, 4: Football 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Basketball 2: Soph. AMS Representative. iii4ik IKl) XASOLF.Z S.T.A.G.E. Club y. 4: Sprint; Play 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 1, 2, 3; Indian Stags 4; Assembly C ' .oinniittcec 4: Men ' s Chorus 4; Pep Club 4. SUE VENDRELL Drama Club 2, 3, 4 V.P. 4; Thes- pjians 3, 4, Pres. 3; Productions Chairman: Indigo Editor 3; Featherettes 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. WAYNE ■ERI.E ■ Transfer, Northglcnn High School; Wrestling 4; JSA 4. HOB WALTZ Basketball 2 ; Swimming 2 ; Fo- rensic Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; In- dian Stags 4; Student Congress, 2. 68 LEAH WARDROP Girls ' Chorus 2, 4; Biology Club 3 : Drama Club 3 ; Homcmaking 1, 2, 4: Stage Craft 3; GAA 4. PAl WAR.NOCK. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; As- sembly Committee 4; Social Com- mittee 4. RON WENERBERG Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2 Indian Stags 3; Varsity Club 4. CINTHIA WERTS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4: BioloCT Club 4: AFS 3; Pep Club 4; Future Teachers 3: Pleiads 3; Teen Toppers 2, 3. RENE WETHERILL DA E WHITE GEORGE WHITESIDE Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Social Committee 4. PAT WIESE Majorette 3 ; AWS Rep. 1 ; Plei- ads 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Toppers I, 2, 3; Y-Teens Pres. 1, Treas. 2, Sec. 4; AFS 2, 3, 4, V.P. 4; Biol- ogy Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA WIESER SHELLEY WISEMAN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Stu- dent Court Justice 3, 4; Class Treas. 2 ; Featherettes 3, 4; Week- ly Pleiades 3; Dance Productions 4 : Biology Club 3, 4 ; GAA 1 ; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4; Pleiads 1; Dance Con- cert 4. I AM MY W( )OD Music Club I, 2, 3, 4. MRGINIA WOOD AFS 1, 2, 3, V.P. 3; Featherettes 3; German Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; GAA 1, 2; Pleiads 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2; Biology Club 2, 3; Y-Teens 3. GEORGANNE WOODWARD Pep Club Pres. 4; Social Commit- tee 4; ICC 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Biol- ogy Club 4; French Club 3; GAA 3, 4; Rally Committee 4. JANE WOODS LINDA WOODS Biology Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4. 66 FRANK WORKMAN Hi-Y 3, 4; Key Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Student Con- gress 3, 4; French Club Treas. 3, 4; Ticket Committee 4; Annual Staff 4. C. SCOTT WRIGHT Hi-Y 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Var- sity Club 3, Treas. 4: ASB Treas. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Honor Band 3; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4. fri SiiiSS JOHN WRIGHT Water Polo 1, 2, 4: Varsity CMub 1, 2, 3, Sec. 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 1 : Key Club 3, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4 : Pleiads 1, 2, Treas. 3: Indian StaRS 3. I.ARR ' WRIfJH 1 Mixed Chorus I : Conrerl C!luiii 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4; Stane Crew 2, 3, 4. BYRON WY.W AWS PATTY VliARRA TCKI YOUNG Frosh. Treasurer; AFS 2, 3, 4: Americans Abroad Student 3 : Cherokee Dancer 4 : ASB Secre- tary 4; Featherettes 2, 3: Idakas 3,4. Not Pictured Jessie Barrios Jeff Bauer Steve Beckham Gary Boyd James Branstetter Debbie Brown Sheila Bunce Neil Catalano Lupe Delgado Susan Dennison Pat Duggan Richard Duple Richard Garland Albert Gomez Sharon Green Duane Haddon Diane Harrison Bernabe Hernandez Roland Hernandez Teresa Huffman Jimmie Jaramillo Teresa Johnson Lena Karlsson Aldrian Kroonenburg Sam Mata Dan Matranga John Miller Tom Ostensen Stevie Peek John Premo Mary Rank Eleanor Roberts Nichola Rogers John Sherman Joe Sncad Jim Tegeler Dennis Thomas Sally V ' alenzuela Daniel Walker Philip Walter Tim Welsher Josephine Whitacre Larry W ' ilhelm John Woody ' alerie Wright Ruben Ybarra Junior Class Officers Cheryl Andersen. Secretary ' ; Sharon Burner, Treasurer; Brian Helvey, Vice President. AWS, Tanet Wood; AMS, Paul Safford. Class of 1969 President, Tom Starkey. Class of 69 ' -. 0 wLhk -. Baunian (J -a © A P Ns, 1 A.ii B. Boyd G. Brown C. Byers B. Chaffee W. Clare L. Bracket! S. Browns N. Calhoun L. Chambers S. Cline L. Branan C. Buhre B. Campbell V. Chapdelaine G. Condict K. Britt S. Burner L. Campos W. Chapman I. Corney W. Brookman P. Burrin A. Cannon R. Chavez D. Cox D. Brotherton N. Butcher J. Casey K. Chavira K. CrabUl D. Brown F. Button R. Cech R. Christensen B.Cruz Class of ' 69 C. Curby V. Davidson J. Davis M. Delozier M. Delpozo V. Dhysc A. Dictzcr K. Dobbe P. Drew R. Duarte M. Duke A. Dukin R. Eastman G. Edmunds A. Egbert H. Ehzarde B. Ellis S. Embrcy G. Krthal A. Espinoza M. Evans S. Everett K. Farquliar M. Figueroa S. Fowler S. Fredrickson B. French A. Gonzales R. Goosman P. Goossens L. Gotcher R.Grant J. Green D. Grose J. Grumet J. Gustafson J. Guzman P. Iladdon D. Hale S. Hankinson K. Hardy R. Harless B. Harris D. Harrison W.Hart B. Harwood D. Ilaughn P. Heideman G. Heller B. Hclvcy B. Hennjg E. Hernandez L. Hernandez R. Hcrold Class of ' 69 A ' crl " f . P f i f Q k ,r ik k- a, jft 9 N. High C. Hill K. Hogaboom D. Holmes N. Howard D. Howitt D. Huges K. Hulbert C. Hulse V C. Humdy B. Humenny T. Hunter M. Ingouf D. Innis G. Jacobson J. Jaurequi S.John A. Johnson K. Johnson R. Johnson S. Johnson D. Jones D. Jones K. Jones M. Juarez P. Jones R. Kaihara L. Kerns K. Kinsley L. Kipe D. Knudson M. Krantz R. Lamarche G. Lankford T. Lauritsen D. Lavigne S. Lawson J. Lawyer E. Leach J .Lee C. Leseman G. Linderman J. Lester J. Lopez D. Lowe R. Ludwig J. Maas J. Mackey M. Manion P. Manley B. Manuel M. March A. Marcoux J. Marquette 72 Q A i: h ' % ' ,-w!«i h . v on . - ' • c . R. Martin C. Martinez S. Mc Vey G. Mellis P. Morris J. Mueller R. Nelson C. Neville P. Olivares T. Onialev 73 Class of ' 69 C. Pharris G. Plambeck D. Poole J Polls J. Ramirez C. Raub R. Reed K. Renek K. Riggs S. Ritchie C. Rivera M. Roe P. Safford J. Sanchez E. Schiefelbein R. Schultz D. Sharsky T. Shaw L. Skibbins J. Smith D. Prindale L. Pyron C. Revell J. Rhodes D. Roenin T. Rojas P. Schumacker B. Sellers— K.Smith K.Smith M. Quezada B. Richardson C. Rucker L. Severns M. Smith 74 i)ik Am m O " W n, fS vS? ( f ft T f O W ' A h f " A fi r. «fe rt T. Starkey M. Szevin J. Vaquera L. Walters G. Williams P. Wormley J. Stcarman B. Tanner S. Vargas T. Walson B. Wjlman R. Worrell D. Steenburgh T. Teed D. Varnum W. Watten J. Wilson C.Wright C. Stephenson R. Thomas R. Vasqucz D. Webb J. Wilson J. Wright T. Stoker C. Thompson S. Villegas S. Webb S.Wilson J.Wygal Sophomore Class AMS, Paul Rasmus- sen. Not pictured: AVVS, Lorraine Del- atorre. Helen Serrano, Treasurer; Kathy Stoy, Vice President ; Eileen Payan, Secretary. Officers Class of 1970 Ellen Isaacs, President. o p fi f l? ft 1 •i .Y i I e O " 14- D. Andersec B. Bacon P. Beard L. Boy d D. Brown E. Buti G. Andersen C. Baker C. Betk N. Boyd K. Brown R. Calderon K. Anderson t. Baker K. Bergan C. Boyer M. Brown J.Caldwell J. Andrews M. Baker H. Berry B. Bradley B. Brownell D. Callas D. Andre J. Bann T. Birdwell D. Brant R. Brumlcy B. Cannon T. Archipley C. Barlelta V. Blake B. Braunstein D. Bruns Class of ' 70 C. Cano P. Canon P. Caradies P. Carey M. Carlson S. Carmelo R. Carroll B. Carter B. Carufel B. Case J. Catron J. Chamberlain F. Childs L. Cliristensen K. Cittadin M. Clark E. Cochrane D. Codispoti J.Cohen B. Cone C. Cone L. Conner K. Connor B. Cooper D. Cope C. Coughlin J. Cowell A. Cox C. Cox G. CrabiU R. Crawford V. Crawford P. Criswell M. Cusack J. Cuzzulina D. Daniel S. Dean L. Delatorre J. Derosa M, Devaney M.Diaz A. Dimond S. Dimond J. Drummond J. Duke C. Durfee D. Edwards T. Edwards D. Elkins D. EUer ( f c r e ' . , G. EUiott D. Felmly L. Filadelfia S. Freeman K. Gcrdes R. Golden B. Graski S. Grubb B. Ellis S. Ferguson T. Fletcher J. Freick D. Ghio E, Gonzales S. Graski W. Gnibbs H. Evans B. Ferguson D. Flores E. Gallegos r. Gibson R. Gonzales M. Graves R. Gunther B. Fairgrieve S. FangeroM M. Field D. Figueroa S. Ford D. Foster L. Galli S. Galvan S. Gibson B. Gluck T. Gore S. Graff C. Gray D.Grimm J. Gustafson Z. Gustaveso P. Karquhdi G. Filadelfia J. Fowler L. Gates G. Gmeiner P. Graffius D. Gromacki G. Guysi it ' ' %.!■ la ii( K. Haddon H. Haith J. Hann T. Hannon W. Hansen C. Hanson J. Hanvey S. Harbour J. Haidy L. Harrington J. Hayden J. Haynie K. Healy P. Heath T. Hedlund A. Henderson B. Herbold J. Hernandez T. Hernandez D. Hobbins L. Hogaboom S. Holguin R. Holkesvick M. Hollingsworth L. HoweU S. HuU G. Hume S. Hume M.Hunt C Hutchison K. Innis E. Isaacs B. Jaimes F. Jaimes J. Jaimes P. Johnson C. Jones M. Jones S. Jordan C. Joyce P. Jurado L. Kahler D. Kaihaia B. Keaiy K. KeUer P. KeUer G. KeUey D. Keneley Class of ' 70 a ikkitS ennedy p Kenyon " aPP A. Koehler ' R. Leicht unnon r i sk laUory -p Manley S. Kern J. Kruse M. Uyda L. Luther W. Manning J Keys M. Lambert J. Linder C. Lutz A. Martin R. Kidd A. Lara G. Liltlc N. Kime M. Larsen C. Lozis J. Lyon S. Martin D. King V. Latta G. Luce B. Mabt) G. Martinez J. King S. Lauritsen L. Lugo M. Macrorie P. Martz 1. Kisor D. LaVigne R. Lugo C. Madley L. Mason J Ktass J. Lawson G. Lunn R. Magneu R. Mason Class of ' 70 B. McFailand H. McKeU M. McKinley M. McNearny J. Meehan D. Melendez L. Melendez C. Melgren S. Merriam A. Merritt J. MiUer J. MiUer T. MiUhorn F. Moerke D. Morales M. Morales M. MorelJi L. Moreno M. Moreno Y. Moreno M.Mori W. Morris M. Moseley V. Munoz J.Myers J. Nava E. Negrete C. Nelson G. Nesbit J. Neuhalfen S. Nevins T. Newman A. Nieto C. Nixt J. Nolan 1. Nyhus J. Ogren J. O ' Malley C. Ortmayer L. Ostensen J. Otto D. Overtoom K. Pagel R. PaUaies R. Parker R. Paiks T. Paul E. Payan C. Pearce A. Perales 82 A. Pereda K. Perez S. Perrone K. Peterson G. Phillips M. Pinger R. Pitts K. Place M. Post G. Postlewaite N, Potter L. Potts B. Powell J. Prais M. Quinlivar M. Ramos A. R angel S. Rangel C. Rasmussen K. Rasmussen P. Rasmussen V. Reed D. Reid A. Renfrew D. Rhea G. Rianda B. Richard J. Richardi C. Riutcel T. Rivas A. Robertson B. Robinson S. Roccio J. Roden J. Roden V. Rodriguez G. Rojas T. Rojas T. Roland M. Rueda R. Runberg J. Ruoff J. Russel J. RusseU R. Rutledge D. Sakurai D. Sambrano T. Sambrano Class of ' 70 7T r C ft O 1 i- i. D. Sankey R. Schatzman W. Schitnpf B. Schubert D. Schultz M. Schumacher T. Schumacher K. Scofield P. Scofield M. Sell J. Sellers L. Sengstock H. Senano J . Sever T. Severns L. Shaw B. Shoemaker S. SidweU G. Singer N. Sirmons J. Sly K. Smith K. Smith R. Smith B. Snook R. Soils K. Sollenberger G. Spanger D. Stack B. Stanley L. Staik T. Stebbins A. Stephens B. Stephenson M. Sternberg B. Stevenson R. Stifner S. Stiles G. Stipe J. Stockton S. Stonich R. S tough ton K. Stoy S. Stradley B. Strikler T. Studley J. Summerford C. Sworu K. TafoUa M. Taylor :. Teasdale ■ . Valenzuela ,. Walker . Webb . Wickelt . Yharra S. Thayer M. Vandenberg K. Walker C. Wcide S. Willcy R. Youni V. Thompson C. Vanko S. Walker J. Weil J. WUIiams G. Brown C " . Thomson J. Vargas M. Wallace B. Wcinding S. Wilman R Maxey M. Tighe J. Vargas K. Walters J. Welch J. Wilson C, McAlister M. Tomlinson P. Vasquez L. Wallz D. Wendell A. Wiseman B. McCoy P. Tunstill J. Velazquez D. Warren J.Wcnsell T. Woody N. Ojala M. UUman M. Villanueva J. Warren M. Wetherill S. Wollery P. Periard D. UUoa J. Vong T. Waschcr M. Whetstone M. Wooten F. Pollock C. Valenzuela J. Walchak D. Watkins D. White E. Yaiber T. Reck AWS, Darlene Garry AMS, Tony Ditty man r vwtff ' • ' ' ' Sccrctaiy, Jaiut Chafft- Treasurer, Bonnie Rodecker Vice President, Nancy Potts President, Christi Carter ass CI Offi icers Class of 1971 86 f 1 »v % ,mak • © - L . M - ' a ,o H H ' ilitiMn iv. ' - AUec L. Allison B. Amott S- Baer N. Bagnull C. Baker G. Balsitis K. Barmer D. Barrios O. Bermudcs M. Ijcrnhaid N. Bezanso P. Bozzo I). Bradley J. Brehe V. Anderson K. Andrade N. Andcrscck S. Anson J. Baker K. Baker M- Baker D. Bales D. Bayzerman M. Beard L. Beavans D. Beck A. Biegela K. Bogart ' - Bogazis A. Bojorquez L. Brickell G. Brodcur M- Brody D. Brown (). Arpero D. Ballard R. Beebe R.Bortz C. Brown P. Austin Ci. Ballou P. Bell G. Bowie S. Brown Class of ' 71 T f;!) O ft ' V-, J. Bruno L. Bryan D. Bryant E. Buhl B. Bulnian C. Bush B. Bushnell W. Busse R. Cacciata T. CampbeU W. Campbell R. Cardenas L. Cailson C. Caiter D. Caiter D. Casey A. Castanuela C. Cavallo J. Chaffee D. Christensen L. Christiansen B. Clark M. Clark B. Claio B. Clevenger S. Cocke D. Colucci M. Cook J. Cooney J.Cooper D. Cope R. Corbin C. Cornforth D. Coulter J. Cox T. Cox A. Crafts V. CrisafuUi D. Crouse S. Cunningham J. Daniels S. Davis T. Daza E. Delgado J. Dexter S. DeWees I.Diaz D. Dieckmann .».SE . f Q i i r. DiEugenio T. Ditty D. Dornan 1. Uoughlery S. Doughty J. Drew B. Drury M. Duggan J. Duir S. Dye ;. Ealy W. tastland D. Edmunds R. Ernsi C. Esquivel S. Evans L. Everett C. Fall D. Ferguson G. Ferguson A. Ferlise V. Kicld r. Flock M. Elores G. Forester N. F ' omey D. Foley D. Foley S. Fowler M. Fred Strom I. Fuller A. Purer D. Gagne J . Garcia M. Garcia L. Gardner D. Garry D. Garton R. Gaiver T. Gales " . Gayton R. Geneva M. Germain J.GoUin F. Gomez C. Goosman G. Gorg R. Gibson A.Gih R. Gilmorc .Giiod N. Graham D. Greene R. Green W. Greer F. Guerrero H. Gunther C. Guslavcson I. Gutierrez M. Hasse Class of ' 71 f n ?? - « ft 1 V. Haddon P.Hall J. Hanson C. Harris M. Harvey J. HaspeU D. Hatfield K. Hathaway B. Hatton K. Hawkins D. Hawkinson L. Hayes D. Haymond K. Haynie A. Healy B. Hebert W. Heideman C. Helvey G. Hendricks T. Hendrickson D. Henley L. Hernandez L. Hernandez L. Herrera T. Henera D. Higgins D. HiU C. Hindi T. Holmes R. Hoover D. Hopper S. Houston D. Hulbert D. Humenny D. Ibhs K. Innis M. Innis G. Irwin T. Jacobson T. Janosko D. Jarchow L. John D. Johnson L. Johnson J. Johnston P. Jones L. Jordan M. Josephson LiiLi . Joyce Kinney Lakatos . Liedtke Lutz Mascio l ff- ' : ' -4 A C. Kalthoff D. Kirk D. Lambourne D. Lindsay S. Lyons S. Mason D. Kausc L. Klaustermcyer A. Lankford D. Linfor K. Mahoney B. Matcer T. Kehl P. Klemenl G. Laslcy R. Lisk A. Mancini M. Matuhno B. KeUey K. Klimpcl B. Lawson R. LitchtU-ld S. March L. Maxwell R. Kennedy R. Kohlenbergcr R.Lee L. Lohman C Marcoux C. McAuUffe C. Kenney T. Korsan D. Lenz C. Long M. Marlelle C. McClain P. Keough T. Kozlowski N. Lesler T. Lopez K. Martin J. McCleUan J. Kerns D. Krieger A. Leverich J. Lugo D. Martinet D. McDougal D King A. Laborde J. Lewis R. Lunn H. Martinez D. McDougal Class of ' 71 § f ' - fi I ( 1 o fi O fi «B f , ,C5l, . f 1 9 i B. Nugent S. Paiker J. Pileggi D. Prazzo C. Reasoner D. Ritchie J. Ojala P. Pastor A. Pla D. Prazzo T. Redfeain F. Ritchie T. Olea R. Pate L. Pluger K. Preston D. Reed E. Rivera L. Ortiz M. Peclc J. Poet S. Prodopchuk S. Reed R. Robert C. Ortner S. Peek K. Poet D. Pruitt E. Reid R. Robert D. Overton B. Pekarek J. Poland A. Quesnel S. Ribelin M. Roberts W. Overtoom T. Pence S. Pollard J. Quesnel L. Rice J. Rodriquez J. Owens P. Peters U. Ponce E. Ramirez D. Richards B. Rodecker R. Palacios D. Peterson G. Poole P. Rataezyk P. Ricketts S. Rock E. Palnau D. Petite N. Potts B. Razo G. Ritchie H. Robles Class of ' 71 tt. .9 . n ilV .k iiJirs Z. Mcllvain K. McKeU M. McKibben C. McKim J. McKinley D. Mead J. Median M. Mejia P. Messick J. Michaud D. Middleton B. Miller D. MiUcr G. MUler L. Miller M. Miller P. Miller P. Miller J. Mobraten K. Modgling R. Moerke M. Montgomery R. Montoya S. Moody E. Morales S. Morales H. Motcos D. Mori D. Morris D. Morris J. Morris P. Monis N. Muehl K. Muldoon K. Muller L. Munn C. Murdy W. Musgrave B. Nava D. Newhard J. Newkirk T. Newkirk H. Newman R. Nieto S. Noble K. Nordstrom W. Norton J. Notman L. Rogers C. Rosas O. Ross H. Rowe G. Rueda D. Russell K. Russell M. Sable B. Sanderson D. Sayre D. Schaefer R. Schleicher H. Schmidtke M. Schnaebele J. Schulz H. Schumacher D. Schwanbeck D. Scott D. Selman D. Shoemaker 1. Simmons R. Simons on B. Simpson C. Simpson D. Sindelar D. Smith G. Smith L. Smith T. Smith D. Smothermon P. Snyder R, Spalding P. Sparks J. Speck N. Spillman P. Spindle P. Spooner R. Stalcup D. StanfiU D. Stein L. Stephens S. Stephenson J. Stevens P. Stevenson B. StUes S. Stitt E. Stoker G. Stolfich ' , f ( r f o ai ,Q ( © , f iA iVX fi (y ' u .. Sdickland 1. Tipton ' ■. Valcnzuela " . Verlcy ). Wcnnerberg ). Woods « Aft., .., ,. J. Stiong L. Titus R. Vaienzucl R. Vollmcr M. Wcrts S. Wormley h. Stryker B. Tombcrg S. Valcnzuela T. Waddell J. White C. Wortmann C. Sutton C. Tray lor D. Van Uladeren S. Walker J. White T. Wright J. Sweet L. Treat P. Vanko M. Ware T. White P. Wytnan D. Tamblyn B. Trigg G. Vanovcr P. Warner M. Whiteside C. Yarbrough S. Tatr V. Trinidad S. Van Rosendale D. Watt S. Wickett M. Yarbrough A. Thomas P. Turnian D. Van Tuyl L. Watts S. Williams M. Ybarra T. Thomas M. I ' llman N. Vaughan D. Webb J.Willis G. Yett J. Thompson C. Ulloa T. Verhocf J. Weeks C.Wood C. Brown Class of ' 71 96 Activities r%i ' " ; • • «, W ' J: - X Homecoming Queen Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on otiiers without getting a few drops on yourself. Miss Nellie Cooper 1967 Homecoming Queen and Attendants 1967 Homecoming A ■ K. ' ' _ -. cc A Stairway to the Stars " Gail Nixon admires Bob Fisher ' s form. Stag Dances Barliar.i LuntKin ami Hub Mabry dance to the music of the Wabash Spencer Band. Lynn Severns and Bob McCauley having fun, same as Terrie Lauritsen and Randy Andersen. Steve Beckham and B rian French clash. Fall Play Emotions break loose. REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE presented, in all it.s dramatic force, the stark realism of youth against life. Once again Mr. Peters ' fine casting and direction brought forth the finest of the school ' s talent. Stephanie Hankinson and Steve Beckham. " Hippies " taking time out for refreshment. The 1968 Girl Date Dance was a hippy ' s para- dise. The psychedelic pos- ters and light show added atmosphere to the " now " generation dance. Girl Date 1 llili V ■ i 6 " " ' ' ' " PSB 1 IJJ 1 1 ' m iSS utr- — A psychedelic scene was this year ' s setting for Girl Date pictures. Karen Smith and Ted Studley sit this one out. The Feathers displayed their talents at one assembly. Assemblies pn-vicw of Fullertons 75th anniversary celebration at Disneyland. Mike Nickless demonstrated his superior fencing ability. 105 Pow Wow 1968 He only lives who living enjoys life. The 1968 Pow Wow Court: Cathy Cough- iin, Sophomore Princess; Artress Brown. Senior Princess; King FortinoGallo: Queen i.yn Herzbei er; Phyllis Manley, Junior Princess; Susie Wickett. Freshman Prin- i ess ; and David Matsuyama, Willie Ugh. The 1967-68 school year marked the 75th an- niversary of Fullerton High School. In early March a spectacular celebration was held. Stu- dents from all over the district enjoyed a real night to remember at Disneyland at an exclusive party. The next week culminated in the annual Pow Wow dance held in the girls ' gym. The theme, " Mist of Memories, " held true as events of the past seventy-five years came to a lovely end. Mr. Cruickshank received golden Mickey Mouse ears and a handshake from Dr. Murdy for a job well done. 108 •■ Jt Fullerton High has the unique class of having a group of spirited boys called the STAGS. These white-shirted boys were led by President Bob Burmeister, Vice President Terry Klein, and Yell Leader Mike Tobey. " Tobey " un- ceasingly led the STAGS through their original and colorful yells with a " never say die " spirit that has become a part of Fullerton ' s tradition. Mike Tobey, Terry Klein, Bobby Burmeister. ROW 2, Scott Gerrick, Gary Plambeck, Paul Safford, David Matsuyama, Mike Sakurai, Luis Benavides, Bill Coulter, John Miller, Lloyd Waltz, Jay Cuzzolina, Tom Newman, Jay Meehan, Rainbow Chapman. ROW 3, Norm High, Chris Norby, Bill Wickett, Fred Bauman, Tom Ostensen, Hugh Christensen, Don Gromacki, Scott Fredrickson, Lynn Ostensen, Roger Yount, Bruce Ellis, Smiley SoUenberger, Randy An- derson, Tom Starkey. Stags Mike Tobey, Yell Leader; Bob Burmeister, President; Terry Klein, Vice President. 110 Kill, kill, hate, hate, murder, murder, mutilat Once again this year ' s Key Club put forth a surcessful effort in the 1968 Beachcombers Rail Dance. Casual was the dress and excite- ment was the mood, as all enjoyed a fun-filled evening. Beachcombers Concert Choir FRONT ROW, Carol Haynie, Pat Johnson, Maria Heller, Janice Grumet, Kathy Farquhar, Krista Crabill, Polly Norby, Deidre La ' ia:ne, Joan NVilson. ROW 2, Cindy Najarian, Shirly Gray, Jane Cowell, Barbara Richardson, Tammy Woods, Lena Karlsson, Nancy Sirmons, Cheryl Jones, Karen Connor. ROW 3, Pat Wamock, Jill Gib- son, Suzanne Patton, Becky RejTiolds, Jill Wil- H onor Ch oir ,1 f %, l. m %K hMm 1. ,f j iHl - H ' it i fi .a mL. mutS m L ' 1 Bjs son, Debbie Foster, Judv Simpson, Janet Wright. ROW 4, Jerry Jaimes, Bill Robison, Kyle Citta- din, Tom Wascher, . fton Stephens, Dick Bruns, Paul Lamboume, Gerald Linderman, Doug Lind- say. ROW 5, Darrel Rhea, Brent Richard, Steve Gahin, David Kaan, Ray Chapman, Jim Nolan, Louie Filadelfia, Gar - Schleitwiler, Bill Wicket, Steve Ford. The Music Department of Fullerton has become a musical workshop. Throughout the year Mrs. Kill ' s dedi- cated and talented boys and girls have been continuously working to perfect such projects as the outstanding Christmas Program, assorted assem- blies, and the annual Spring Sing. The delighted audiences of these programs proclaimed each performance a tre- mendous success. FRONT ROW, Janet Grumet, Pat Johnson. Jane Cowell, Joan Wilson, Barbara Richard- son, Tammv AVoods, Becky Revnolds, Chen.1 Jones. RO ' 2, Jill Gibson, Polly Norby, Su- zanne Patton, Krista Crabill, Jill Wilson, Dei- cr- L.H :.ne, Janet Wright. ROW 3, Kyle Cit- tadin, Tom Wascher, Jim Nolan, Louie Fila- delfia, Ray Chapman, Dick Bruns, Paul Lam- boume, Steve Ford, Doug Lindsay. Boys ' Chorus i i- . ;...,.«: 3 • ■ . -a: - rT Jill • i. J ' ' , , ' v »f ' .1 1 Mr? HKii I E H t en S •r .« • 1 3lf 1 I M . - Pa 1 ffl P «te _ Mrs. Frankie Kill, instrucior. FRONT ROW, Willi.iin Cicrr, R .l.in C:l,innions, ,,vi.-r Aniifnia, Tt-d N ' asquiv, John ( ..t. r- as, Bob Colinburger. ROW 2, Doug Mead, Tom Hilliard, Don Kricger, Steve Girod, Bob Graski. Girls ' Chorus FRONT ROW, Paula Tunstill, Leah Wardrap, Alice Allec, Joyce Brehe, Cathy Swartz, Becky O ' Malley, Sandy Nevins, Janette Hanvey, Nancy Spillman, Pam Scofield, Janice Horn. ROW 2, Margie Hanes, Barbara Razo, Debbie King, Linda Johnson, Pain Edsal, Mary Hollingsworth, Linda Aldaco, Anita Gonzales, Diane Grimm, jonelle Barton, Carolyn Cone. ROW 3, Nancy Vaughan, Suzie Wickett, Janet Chaffey, Thersa Jacobson, Mona Field, Marlcne Pringcr, Jan Barton, Nancy .Mford. ROW 4, Nancy BagncU, Marty Cusack, Leslie Brickell, Nancy Bezanson, Susan Mourer, Kathy Stoy, Helen iii t4ttLuiiarbara Lunnon, Bon- nie Drun-, Jean Stcven.s, V ita Li ' pe Cindy Workman, Cindy Cavallo, Linda Scngstoa " ' " " 113 Band Jim Graham, Mark Werts, Dick Bruns, Guy Stipe, Mike McNerny, Barbara Cone. Bruce Campbell, Tim Buhl, Melinda Duke, Mike Roberts, Gordon Mellis, Kathy Farquhar, Mary Leyda, Lyn Conner, Jeanne King Carolyn Hoyle, Joan Barnett, John Weeks, Richard Brumley, Barbara Bruno, Dennis Shoemaker. 114 Fullcrton High had a band to truly be proud of this year. With much prac- ticing before, during, and after school hours, tlie band was able to present its excellent pre-game and half-time shows. Under the guidance of Mr. Leyda and the command of Drum Major Bill Kuttner the band executed its in- tricate moves. After football season, the band could participate in parades and was invited to a San Diego parade in May. Drum Major Bill Kuttiu r Mr. Jack Leyda Bruce Shoemaker, David Lcvd:i, ]tli HaipcU, Todd Campbell, J -hii II.ill, loin GuM,ivf-s,.n, Dean Holmes, Gar - Little, Ed Barnes, David Casey, Bob Carter, Duane Petite, Tony Hernan- dez, Linda Bracket!. 115 m Steve Beckham upheld Fullerton ' s high quahty of spint as the traditional WILLIE UGH. Always full of spirit, Steve encouraged the teams on to victory with his rousmg enthusiasm at all lootball and basketball games. Spirit Boosters The Pep Band was a familiar sight at all pep ral- lies, basketball games and away football games. Un- der the direction of Mr. Leyda, they accompanied the song leaders during their routines and added to the overwhelming student spirit at the many sports events. Members of PEP BAND from right to left, FRONT ROW Jea e ROW 2, Bruce Campbell, Jeff Haspell, Tony Hernandez. RQV : , Campbell. ROW 4, David Ca ey, Ed Barnes, R.chard Brumley, Un Cone Jim Graham, Bill Kuttner. ROW 6, Gary Little, Bruce S e- . : The three CHEROKEF. DANCERS, ' uki Voung, Suzy Devcr and Ann Safford (not pictured; had a style all their own which they exhibited before each home football game, thrilling spectators and participants alike. Their performance of the traditional and impressive war dance to the music of " Cherokee " always set the mood for victory. ng, Kathy Farquhar, Melinda Duke, hn Weeks, Dennis Shoemaker, Todd Dimes. ROW 5, Mark Werts, Barbara iker. This year ' s MAJORETTES, Juanita Jaimes, Jan Barton an arbara Parajtjiread their spirit leading the hand before all home football games and at the m Of»-peTrfallies. They also dis- played their skill during the great half-time shows at this year ' s football games. Song Leaders Head Song Leader Binky Brown Terri Clark Marilyn Gilliam Carol McAuliffe Vicki Abrams Yell Leaders Head Yell Leade Jim Scarpino Mike Shute Larry Larson Mike Tobv Fullertor Barb Richardson 120 Miss Ford, Advisor Cheryl Ortwayer eatherettes Phiilis Manlv NOT PICTURED: Vickv Dhyse Avril Dimond Sue Graski Pat VVomilev Anne Newell The 1- EATHERETTES of Ful- lerton High, under the inspired direction of Miss Vemie Ford, have become a vital part of 1967- 68 " Red Tide " spirit. Each and every girl ' s dedication succeeded in turning 54 individuals into one precision unit. The expertly per- formed drills and routines made ever ' home football game a vic- tory. Lou Kipe 121 mW ' ' i-2 Playnites A playnite was sponsored by each of the individual classes and was held in the girls ' gym. Cakes, cookies, and cokes were the favorite delights. These and other treats were served. Altogether, Playnites were a lot of fun for everyone. Two Idakas who helped serve at the banquets were Kay Witkctt and Deidre LaV ' iene. Coach De Groot congratulated Paul Fava on receiving his letter. Sports Banquets This year ' s sports banquets proved to be both enjoyable and profitable to students and parents. The Idakas ser ed delieious pies and cakes to hungry sports fans. r ' 4W B l ■ 1 S9 TSB • ' " Tl inrwil - - Ji Bob Burmcister thanks coach Read for helping him on to a fine season. spring Play You Can t Take It With You " p rom The 1968 Junior-Senior Prom was held in May this year at the Junior Ebell Club. The theme was " Rever de Printemps. " !••— Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. Declaration of hndependence «fe Government Chris Norby, ASB President - f ' « ROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Scott Wright, Treasurer; Kathy Mcllwain, Social Chairman; •olores Delatorre, Publicity Chairman; Suzi Dever, ICC Chairman; Elaine Little, Pep Chair- lan ; Roddy Raub, Vice President; Sue Vendrell, Production Chairman; Kathy Amott, AWS resident; Vicki Young, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Marv Owens, AMS President. Executive Board Ex-officio Board Dan Bowen, Charlotte Newton. Student Congress Dan Bowen, Anne Newell, and Andy Stacker presided over Student Congress meet- ings. FRONT ROW, Sue Wormley, Judy Keller, Alice Moreno, Linda Ropers, Mclanie Cook, Christi Carter, Leslie Brickell, Lou Munn, Barbara Parra. ROW 2, Anne Henderson, PeeRy Hall, Becky C ooper, Nellie Cooper, Rosalie Robles, Ellen Isaacs, Dehra Elkins, Nancv Nauphn, Paul Safford, Kay Wickrtt. ROW 3, Mike Morelli, Fran Button, Alexis Dukin, Bonnie Drury, Tina Manuel, Sharon Burner, Marty Bender, Patty Jurado, Doug Huinenny, Todd Wales. Mike Rudea. ROW 4, Charlotte Newton, Tom Starkey, John Mooney, Hugh Christensen, Frank Workman, Wayne Watten, Ed Voccia, Becki Miller. ROW 5, Tony Herra, Mike Tobey, Mike Roon, John Preemo, Steve Beckham, Dan Bowen, Scott Fredrickson, Bill Coulter, Fred Bauman, Jim Cuzzolina, Smiley Sollenburg. 131 FROM LEFT, Associate Justice Randy Andersen; Martin Del Pozo, Bailiff; Associate Justices Scott Frederickson, Bob Bales, Shelley Wiseman ; Peggy Erickson, Clerk ; Associate Justice Terri Lauritsen. Not pictured, Associate Justice Rick Massimino; Fortino Gallo, Bailiff. Student Court Student Court Chief Justice Don Evans. 132 FROM LEFT, Ted Vasquez, Chris Hill, Sharon Burner, Cinde W Raub, Anne Newell, Scott Pagel. Voter wishes to remain anonymous. Election Board 1 he Cxilonei. . :i%nr Riirhie, rio.id oi Liection Board. 133 I Chris Shriver, V.P. ; Terri Bowen, Idaka Rep.; Jill Welch, Sec; Bev Hart, Sr. Rep. ; Janet Wood, Jr. Rep. ; Darlene Garry, Frosh. Rep. AWS 134 Kathy Amott AWS President Hugh Christenscn, Sr. Rep.; Paul Rasmussen, Soph. Rep.; Paul ballord, Jr. Rep.; Tony Ditty, Frosh. Rep. AMS Marv Owens AMS President 135 Chris Hill, Lezlie Branam, Cheryl Pharris, Becky James, Wayne Watten, Larry Boyd, Georg- anne Woodward, Peggy Johnson, Judy Keller, Chris Floan, Bonnie Lunn, Robby Beeman, Kathy Amott, Mary Leyda, Ellen Isaacs, Carl Byers, Lyn Herzberger, Christi Carter, Ruth Schatzman, Daniel Bowen, Lois Starkey, Bill Marquardt, Polly Norby, Bill Case, Tom Starkey. NOT PICTURED, Marv Owens, Jim Graves, Bob Teasdale, Russ Teasdale, Doug Schafer, Cindy Najarian, Karen Innis, Barbara Dieckmann, Kathy Dean, John Wright, John Ogren, Chris Norby, Larry Wright, Bob Burmeister, Susie Wickett, Bruce Marsh. Inter-Club Council investigates school problems. ICC Suzi Dever ICC Chairmsin 136 Rally Committee Elaine Little Pep Chairman FRONT ROW, Carol Petes, Georgeanne Woodward, Caro Helvey, Sue Vendrell, Cindy Thompson. ROW 2, Peg O ' Rourke, Ellen Isaacs, Bev Hart, Bonnie Lunn, Nan Cuzzolina, Elaine Little. ROW 3, Mar)- Snyder, Terri Lauritsen, Dave Mat- suyama, Judy Keller, Charlotte Newton, Leslie Watts. V Publicity Committee FRONT ROW, Alice Renfrew, Lorraine DeLaTorre, Kathy Amott, Sherry Fort, Chris Shriv- er. ROW 2, Raelyn Schultz, Debbie Hobbins, Alice Moreno, Rosalie Robles, Chris Heise, Ginny Long. ROW 3, Debbie Andri, Linda Hogaboom, Wanda Claro, Rozanne Runberg, Glenda Frank, Peg O ' Rourke, Jan Rankin, Kathy Mcllwain, Jill Wilson. ROW 4, Alexis Dukin, Missy Walker, Jane Linder, Barbara Parra, Bcnnv Bcrnal, Juanita Jaimes, Dede DeLaTorre, Cinde Raub, Tina Barletta. NOT PICTURED, Rex Blackley. Dede DeLaTorre Publicity Chairman 137 Social Committee Pat Wormley, Terry Lauritsen, Margaret Heyer, Leslie Branam, Janet Wood, Glenda Frank, Anne Newell, Kay Wickett, Elaine Jonea, Carol McAuliffe, Teri Clark, Sharon Burner, Chris Heise, Pat Warnock, Sue F Tg«8on, Mary Snyder, Cindy Thompson, Bonnie Drury, Alison Brickell. :sT (3r: L() l)li G ' , IJNL0 I)ING ONLY Productions Committee Louie Filadelfia, Polly Norby, Steve Stoch, Stephanie Hankinson, Bill Mar- Vasquez. Ticket Committee FRONT ROW, Suzi Barletta, Anne Newell. ROW 2, John Wright, Bill lloulter, Frank Work- man, Tom Starkey, Andy Stucker. Scott Wright Chairman quart, Chris Floan, Ste e Shaw, Elaine Little, Raynettc Halvorsen, Larr ' Wright, Ted .RTON U? iON HIGH .rsCHOOl, xey ' glub ■ ;• ' ■ ' ■■; HS INVERT IWSH ' s leveled jjf bulletin Whot An Experience Drama ' Rebels ' Wirfwut a Couse _-- ' -rr:ii c.,::? ij. Indians Stage Parade Raid «? " .CJ ' Red Tide of ' 68 ' Splashes Mark on FHS Campus Mahv and Dede Rate Indion Stars ' ' 140 1 1 jWW , -C vi.F ? .NF!ei ' i.J J Li ■ 3 LI O G 1 I iiQ|Qi e||[||| Organizations Idak as Red, white and blue hats saying " Join the P.T.A. " were a sign of the Idakas this year on their first service project, when they ushered at the parent ' s Back to School Night. But this was only a begin- ning for the active club. The jun- ior and senior girls served at the sports banquets, helped decorate floats for the Rose Parade, and collected money for CARE at Christmas time, along with their fun-packed meetings all year long. Kathy Dean, President; Judy Mattson, Vice President; Margaret Heyer, Treasurer; Kay Wick- ett, historian. NOT PICTURED, Lois Starkey, Secretary. FRONT ROW, Vicki Young, Suzy Dever, Glenda Frank, Carol Mc. uliffc. ROW 2, Pepe Pankratz, Kathy Amott, Kathy Dean, Judy Mattson, Anney Newell, Jan Goodwin, Dede Delatorre. ROW 3, Chris Heise, Terri Clark, Shelley Wiseman, Re. Blackley, Peg O ' Rourkc Heyer. Jill Wilson, Margaret Key Club FRONT ROW, John Merriani, John Andrews, Brian Hclvey, Wayne Wat- ten, Frank Workman, Scott Fredrickson, Ed Barnes, Jim Kruse. ROW H, Scott Wright, Mark Brown, Mike Evans, Martin Del Pozo, David Mat- suyama, Rick Lyon, Brad Humenny, Roger Yount. ROW 3, Larry Boyd, The Fullerton High chapter of the Key Club had a great year. Their projects, along with being successful, were enjoyable for the members. Among their various money-making projects was sign- ing a contract to decorate floats in Pasadena for the Rose Parade. The members put in many long hours to make their two floats some of the most attractive in the parade. At Christmas, time was spent ringing the bell for the Sal- vation Army. Each week the boys had interesting meetings, and a highlight of the year was a fun- filled snow trip during the Christ- mas holiday. Bill Marquardt, Rick Massimino, John Newell, Andy Stucker, Bill Coulter, Bob Bales, Paul Fava, Guy Giemont. ROW 4, Dan Bowen, Terr ' Klein, Bob Burmeister, Wayne Ritchie, Scott Gcrrick, Dave Prutzman, John Wright, Randy .Andersen. Wayne Watten, Jr. Representative: Randy .Andersen, Sr. Representative; John Andrews, Soph. Representative; John Wright, President; Guy Giemont, X ' ice President: Bob Bales, Secretary; Rick Massimino, Lieutenant Governor. A nnua Staff ! | 1 m K ijj nHHHI BBI 1 ■PP jMBtl lADE Judy Mattson, illustrious Editor-in-Chief. The staff was well-advised by Mrs. Booth. Many times during the 1967-68 school year the light burned late in room 89 for staff members who were working hard to meet their deadlines for the Annual Pleiades. Both old staffers and new had to learn the techniques involved in the production of a yearbook. Their advisor, Mrs. Booth, and Editor-in-Chief Judy Mattson worked in cooperation with the rest of the members of the staff to produce the final copy of the 1968 Annual Pleiades. FRONT ROW, Ginny Long, staff artist; Jim Graves, staff artist; Anne Newell, advertisini; manager. ROW 2, Gary Beaver, staff worker; Carol Mc- Auliffe, organizations and photo editor; Judy Mattson, editor-in-chief; Mark Nelson, photographer. ROW 3, Bub Bales, assistant advertising man- ager; Sharon Burner, staff worker; Binky Brown, administration editor; Elaine Little, staff worker; Cinde Raub, staff worker; Janice Horn, classes editor; Guy Giemont, sports editor. ROW 4, Terri Clark, staff worker, Chris Heise, staff worker; Margaret Heyer, secretary; Peg O ' Rourke, ac- tivities editor; Nan Cuzzolina, staff worker; Cathy Poling, business man- ager, Ed V ' occia, jjhiHographer; .-Xndy Stacker, government editor. NOT PICTURED: Frank Workman, staff worker. 145 Newspaper Staff FRONT ROW, Jan Lawyer, third page editor: Ann Safford, circu- lation and exchange. ROW 2, Mrs. Guyette, advisor: Chris Floan, second page editor: Mark Melgren, photographer. ROW 3, Peggy Burrin, reporter: Lyn Herzberger, first page editor. ROW 4, Sue Vendrell, business manager; Bob Poet, fourth page editor. TOP, Lee Hardy, editor-in-chief. - .-..(.■.W " U7 eens Pat Weise, Secretary; Judy Keller, President; Linda Teal, Treasurer; Judy Mattson, Vice President. Tina Barletta, Secretary; Ruth Schotzman, President; Jill Welsh, Vice President; Ja Cowell, Treasurer. ♦ ♦♦ nw Becky Jaines, Over-. ll President; Suzie Dever, Over-. l]| Dietzer, Over-All Treasurer. !48 Y-Teens is always a busy club and this year was no exception. They started the year with a well-attended Friendship Tea, collected canned fcx)ds at Hallowe ' en, and in addition to selling candy canes at Christmas, they held the annuaj Christmas Meditations. Bike hikes, snow camp, caroling, Easter Medi- tations, an Awards Banquet, and a Fashion Show were all organized and carried off under the able leadership of Becky James and her Y-Teen Cabinet. Terry Lauritsen, Treasurer; Lois Starkey, President; Deannc Jones, Secretary; Cher l .Ander- son, Vice President. ui I ' uMcl.iii. 1 iin . ljiiual, Over-.Ml Secretary; . nn liuiii.io RuevJcckci, kc I ' lrsAiiiu, Cinde Workman, SecreUr -; Suzie Wicket, President; Darlene Garry, Treasurer, not pictured. 149 Pep Club FRONT ROW, Jim Scarpino, Melinda Larsen, Mike Shute, Marilyn Gil- liam, Mike Cleveland, Carol McAuliffe, Lan-y Larsen, Tcrri Clark, Mike Tobev, Jane Cowell, Bill Coulter, Debbie Wendel, Scott Fredrickson, Aleta Koehler. ROW 2, Diane Sakuria, Janice Horn, Ellen Isaacs, Carrie Riut- cel, Kathy Stoy, Jan Grumet, Cindy Thompson, Michele Schumacher, Marcia Budarf, Cathy Baker, David Matsuyama. ROW 3, Carol Nelson, " wi, Bev Hart, Paula Beard, Julie Gustafson, Cindy Werts, ilaine JoneSv Sheila Crabtree, Carol Petes, Leslie Watts, Jacki Poland, Dick Bruns. ROW 4, Charlotte Newton, Hugh Christensen, Jan Barton, Janet Summerford, Peg O ' Rourke, Elaine Little, Georganne Woodward, Marya Innis, Karla Innis, Carol Helvey, Scott Gerrick. ROW 5, Claude Yarbrough, Barbara Snook, Margaret Quinlivan, Mary Maturino, Anne Newell. ROW 6, Debbie Sindelar, Sue Vendrell, Judy Mattson, Kathy Mcllwain, Cindy Mabry, Dede Delatorre, Lyn Herzberger, Nan Cuzzolina, Iwalani Corney, Judy Keller, Chuck Brauer. Pep Club, one of the newest clubs on the FUHS campus, was formed this year by Pep Chair- man, Elaine Little. The club had a ve:7 successful year as shown by their large membership which number over fifty. The purpose of the club was to promote school spirit which was done by attend- ing Varsity basketball, football, wrestling, and track events. Geor.ganne Woodv a. David Mats President; Peg O ' Rourke, Secretary. 150 Vaisity Club helped entertain the Student Body, laiulty, and patents as SIIHS met FUHS on the basketball court foi the Don- key Basketball game. Any boy who earned a Varsity Letter in sports was eligible for membershij) in the Varsity Cilub. GtM)d sports- manship and participation were excellent as in ijrevious vears. Varsity Club Bab Bales, ' i(c President; Scon Wriuht, 1 reasurti : John Wright, Secretar -. NOT PK:ri ' RED: Wavne Watten, President. FRONT ROW, Bob Burmeister, John Xewell, Dick Bruns, Larry Boyd, Dan Bowen, Mike Rhodes. Fred Mercado, David .Mford, Denny Webb. ROW 2, Terr - Klein, Jerry Jaimes, John .Andrews, Mark Brown, Paul Goossens, Ray Chapman, Tom Ostensen, Bill Coulter, George Whiteside. ROW 3, Steve Pate, Mike Evans, Mike Mahoney, Joe Wooler -, Bob P x-t, Scott Wright, John Wright, Mike Ryan, Joey Hernandez. ROW t, Greg Williams, Rod Eddleman, Don Evans, Marv Owens, Fortino Gallo, Roddy Raub, Tim Paul, Pete Farquhar, Wayne Manning. ROW 5, Mike Figucroa, Ron Lamarrhe, Brad Humenny, Bob Bales, Steve Hall, Martin Del Pozo, Dave Kaan, Roger Yount. ROW 6, Kent Pagel, Dennis Haughn, Kevin Healv, Bob Russell, Randv Worrell. J51 First Semester Pleiads FuUerton ' s chapter of the Cali- fornia Scholarship Federation, which is commonly known as Pleiads, is one of the oldest chap- ters in the state. The club, one of the largest on the Fullerton cam- pus, had a very successful year with the help of their advisors, Mr. Hines and Miss Harris. First Se- mester Pleiades had a very enjoy- able day off campus which is an annual event for the members. Avril Dimond, Secretary; Lezlie Branam, Treasurer: Carl Byers, President; Bev Hart, Vice Pres dent; Wayne Ritchie, Operations Officer. FRONT ROW, Pat Wiese. Ann Dietzer, Ann Safford, Judy Keller, Ja,n Grumet, Reid Holkesvick, Larry Boyd, Mark Brown, Bruce Showmaker. Scott Freeman, Greg Brown, Mary Moseley, Judy Mattson. Marie Wal- lace, Connie Gibson, Debbie Wendel, Cathy Baker, Jane Fowler, . ' Meta Koehler, Peggy Johnson, Kathy Hogaboom, Chris Hill, Barbara Cone. ROW 2, Ed Barnes, Richard Brumley, Gordon Mellis, John Andrews, Fred Bauman, Richard Trout, Roddy Raub, Kay Wickett, Vicki Young, Kathy Dean, Janet Wood, Miss Harris, Mr. Hines, Carol Mc. uliffe, Kathy Stoy, Michele Schumacher, Marcia Budarf, Julie Turner, Rick Lyon, Ricky Massimino, Don Evans, Pam Sutton, Janice Bann, Carrie Riutcel, Ellen Isaacs, Carolyn Cone, Bob Teasdale. Second Semester Pleiads FRONT ROW: Brad Singer, Russ Kennedy, Douglas Schaefcr, Andrew Purer, Roger Beehe, Rick Leicht, Scott Freeman, Greg Brown, Rcid Holkesvick, Bruce Shoemaker, Larry Boyd, Dave Reed, Tom VVriaht, Gar ' Ballou, Jonathan Brewer, John Weeks, Dennis Shoemaker. ROW 2, Anita Crafts, Chris Floan, Elaine Little, Judy Mattson, Charlotte New- ton, Janet Wood, Kathy Dean, Vicki Young, Lezlie Branam, President : Peggy Johnson, Susie Wickett, Darlcne Garry, Melanie Cook, Janet Chaffee, Sue McGroaity, Tina Manuel, Debi Hobbins, Marcia Budarf, Suzy Dever, Laurie Gates, Carolyn Cone, Barbara Cone, Nancy Alford, Jeannie King, Marie Wallace, Avril Dimond, Secretary: Carolyn Hoyle. ROW 3, John Wright, Carol McAuliffe, John Mooney, Roger Yount, Gordon Mellis, Carl Byers, Jay Hardy, Richard Brumley, Kathy Stoy, Rick Lyon, Bob Teasdale, Wayne Watten, David Matsuyama, Treas- urer: Julie Turner, Judy Keller, Bruce Marsh, Jan Grumet, Fred Bau- man, Janice Bann, Delia Johnson, Sue Mason, Kathy Hogaboom, Deannc Jones, Bob Bales, Lois Starkev, Ann Dietzer, Sharon Burner, Peggy Bur- rin, Debbie Wendel, Kay Wickett. NOT PICTURED, Wayne Ritchie, ' ice President. C.S.F. Life Members John Wright, X ' icki Youne, Judy Mattson, Kathy Dean, Judv Keller, Carol McAuliffe, Peggy Johnson, Carolyn Hoyle, Charlotte Newton, Bob Teasdale. NOT PICTURED, William Kutt- ner, Wayne Ritchie, t)on Evans, Patricia VViese, Richard Lyon, Ann Safford. 153 D rama Club Thespians This year Troupe 2498 of the National Thespian Society has centered its activities around an intro- duction to the professional theater. Featured in these discussions were distinguished speakers from various colleges and professional theaters. Projects included attending the Regional Conference in Pomona and painting the now condemned " green room " in the auditorium. FRONT ROW, C. Baker, M. Hunt, S. ' endrcll, P. Xurby, , A. Marcoux, J. Wilson, M. March, E. Voccia, M. Duke P. Keeller. ROW 4, L. Carlson, L. Watts, S. McGroarty Marquardt, J. Brewer, L. Harkins, M. Heller. FRONT ROW, P. keiler, D. Perez, A. Safford, B. Marquardt, President; M. Heller, L. Harkins, M. March. ROW 2, A. Mar- coux, E. Voccia, P. Norby, S. Vendrell, J. Turner, P. Manley, R. Teasdale. ROW 3, J. Brewer, J. Graham, S. Hankinson, S. Beckham, L. Severns, T. Vasquez, S. Shaw. ROW 4, J. Hall, S. Pagel, S. Stosh, J. Wilson, C. Hulse. Drama Club has picnidcd an opportunity for taJ- fnicd and enthusiastic students to express them- selves through the means of acting. The club, which also sponsors the Annual One-Act Plays, is under the capable direction of Mr. Peters, advisor, and Polly Norby, president. President; S. Hankinson, S. Beckham. ROW 2, W. Junes, ROW 3, S. Paeel, M, Lopez, J. Hall, P. Hall, G. Suttons, J. Turner, T. Vasquez. ROW 5, D. Perez, A. Safford, W. . 1 . .vjr.Jc. What would a play be like without scenery or lighting or a dance without sound? No one seems to give enough credit to the dedicated peo- ple who are responsible for the happenings be- hind the scenes. Though we may not voice our appreciation, our gratitude goes out to you. LEFT TO RIGHT, Jonathan liirun. Kd c.i,..., 5 r,,ti Fa-ri. Secretary-Treasurer; Carol Murray, Ted Vasquez, Vice Presi- (Irnt ; J;in (.iali.i;r.. M:K President; Maria Heller. ir Wright, 155 This year for the Electronics Club proved to be a most fascinating one for all members. They had a lot of outstanding films and demonstra- tions, headed by their president, Doug Schaefer and advisor, Mr. Winter. The Chess Club highlighted its year by spon- soring many challenging matches to different clubs. The members were quite proud to say they beat the French Club at parking in Hillcrest park. The fine club was led by president, Russ Teasdale and advisor, Mr. Yelle. Electronics Club Chess Club Kevin Smith, Sara Tarr, Dout; Schaclcr, Carla Innis, Bill Chaffee, David Matsuyama, Russ Teasdale, Joyce Brehe, David Mori, Marya Innis, Gayla Smith, John Weeks, Anita Crafts, Cindy Sutton, Ted Studley. Tom Starkey, Bill Coulter, Hugh Christensen, Tom Wright, Greg Forrester, Scott Fredrickson. 156 " y; jh!S V ' Hugh Christcnscn, Doan Knapp, William Jones, Lee Hardy, Cindy Sutton. Bill Chaffoo, Judv Kdk-r, Mirko Lopez, Marya Innis, Phil Keller, Karla Innis, Bruce Marsh, Joyce Brehe, Sara Tarr, Bob Dhyse, Paul Fava, Chris Norby, Julie Turner, Bob Teasdale, Alan Biegal, John Weeks, David Mori, Fred Baunian, Bill Coulter, David Matsuyama, Russ Teasdale, Kevin Smith, Bill Kuttner, Anita Crafts, Scott Frcdrickson, Ted Studley, Gayla Smith. ISA One of the newest clubs on campus. Junior States- men of America had a great year discussing recent world situations with their president. Bruce Marsh, leading the activities. ' J . Dean Knapp, Judy Keller, Julie Turner, Sara Tarr, Paul Fava, Bob Dhyse, Dou.g Schaefer, Bruce Marsh, Bob Teasdale, Suzi Denizen, Hugh Christensen, Russ Teasdale, Mirko Lopez, William Jones. 157 BACK ROW, Chris Flock, Gerald Linderman, Dean Sillets, Ken Rasmussen, Art Campbell. Jay Chamberlin, Ray Parks, Don Boyd, Doug Reid, Steve Fraiser, Wavne Morris, Lloyd Waltz, John Miller. ROW 2, John Ojala, Mr. Boster, advisor: John Gutierrez, Steve Dean, Sam Stradley, Sentinel : Tom Manley, Secretary: Steve Brody, Treasurer; Howard Miller. ' ice President: Robbv Beeman, President: Al La Horde Mike Montgomery, Garv Stolfich. FRONT ROW, Rich Pitts Terry Norman, Eric Bogart, Dick Green. NOT SHOWN Brent Richard, reporter. This year our FFA participated in the Los An- geles County Fair in September, the Great Western Livestock Show in November, and the Orange County Fair in July. They also took part in field days at F.J.C. and Mt. Sac in Februarv, and the Cal Poly and Pierce College field days in March and May. A basketball and a football game were held during the year and FFA clubs throughout the district participated. The annual Future Farmers banquet was held in May, which honored students and their animals for excellence in quality and ap- pearance. Future Farmers In October, the Future Homemakers at- tended a welcome tea at the electric com- pany, and in November, a speaker from Col- lins Fashion Institute in North Hollywood was a guest at their monthly meeting. In December, the FHA had a Christmas dis- play by Chuck ' s Hobby House in the breeze- way. Other field trips throughout the year included Margie Webb ' s dress factory and boutique shop in Laguna Beach. SITTING, Bonnie Lunn, President. STANDING, Gloria delfia, Ann Ellis, Treasurer; Barb Bruno, Vice President; jail Gruiiifl, Judy Ki-llrr. lUiil jnCiii ' icV ' vian Horton. ROW 2 -V. Mur |wTrsJXath Lone, Cvndi RcvnWkr-D i ' ic Brown STANDING, Dcde De La Torre, Rencc Move, Judy Matt- sun, Richard Nielson, Elaine Little, Julie Turner, Bob Teas- dale, Kathy Mcllwaine, Bev Hart, Denise Holmes. Future Teachers Future Even though Future Teachers wasn ' t an or- ganized club on campus this year, interested stu- dents participated in several FTA events. The Delta Kappa Gamma sponsored a " konditorei " at Cal-State in Februaiy and later in the year students took part in practice teaching at Wil- shire and Ravrnond schools. Homemakers Bernal, SecrctaiT: Janice Horn, Karen Berean, Gini Fila- Bev Hart. ylj . « [HFT 1 U 1 fel R l. ' ° ' BJ plwl Qk te« Kk H D H ■l 1 p " W ;-. ' ? 1 m V 1 FRONT ROW, Ginny Long, Secretary; Jim Graves, President; Shari Embrey, Mari Holmes. ROW 2, Benny Bernal, Vice President; Claudia Schubert, Cynthia Werts, Treasurer. Biology Club Even though the Biology Club didn ' t take a lot of field trips this year, they were very active here on campus. With over 90 members in the club, they sponsored a tutoring program for math and science students who needed help, and they also developed the Floating Lab program. Dur- ing Christmas, the club collected 230 gifts and distributed them to Orange Cotmty Hospitals. They had several speakeis throughout the year including Tommy Thompson on oceanography and Dr. Martelle who spoke on heart transplants. FRONT ROW, Pat Wiese, Julie Turner, Bob Teasdale, President; Rex Blackley, Secretary- Chris Shriver, Treasurer. ROW 2: Dede De La Torre, Melinda Duke, Henri Hunter, Sue At- terholt, Kathy Farquhar, Bev Hart. ROW 3, Scott Pagel, Russ Teasdale, Kent Pagel, Jan Beckham, Marty Bender, ' icki McCants, Judy Keller, Nlike Lopez. ROW 4, Jay Hardy, Dick Brumley, Ben Sellers, Paul Safford, David Matsuyama, Scott Fredrickson, Fred Baumen, Dean Knapp. ROW 5, Carolyn Hoyle, Joan Barnct, Cathe Hogaboom, Karen Johnson, Ed ' occia, Mike McGraw, Doug Schaefer, Bonnie Lunn. ROW 6, Will Jones, Wayne Ritchie, Sue ' endrell. Donna Dieckniann, Sue Dennison, Bruce Marsh, . " nita Crafts, Sara Tarr. ROW 7: Kevan Anderson, Sandy Cech. .1 The Art Club enjoyed an exciting year of field trips and art shows, including the Huntington Library, L.A. Art Museum, two art colleges, and several club parties. Qualifying for Big " F, " the honor section of GAA, is extremely difficult. Most girls strive to make enough points o er their four years to be able to be in the club. Art Club Big " F 35 Chris Hill, Pegsy O ' Roiirke. NOT PICTURED, Eleanor Roberts. Latin Club French Club Under the direction of Presi- dent Karen Innis, the French Club has enjoyed a most reward- ing year. Their main objective, this year, was to obtain a more meaningful use of the French lan- guage and its customs. They are also the FHS sponsor for the Pen Pal program. - ! :■ ' FRONT ROW, S. McGiuaity, C. Mcrha.i, J Oku u, Piesl man, Mr. Owen, advisor: R. Yount, T. Newman, J. Sly, FRONT ROW, Anne Newell, Karla Innis, Janet Lyon, Ann Dietzer, Karen Innis, President; Marya Innis. ROW 2, Peggy Burrin, Carol Helvey, Heidi Fogo, Kris Russell, Mr. Meyers, advisor. This year Latin Club has become a most active club on campus. Their projects included such pro- grams as lectures from Professor T. Brenner of U.C.I., Christmas party, and a snow trip. These ac- tivities throughout the year have made Latin Club truly exciting. G erman Club .l.ni I I u. ..Im,,, ( l;,ulrM,, k(i V :j, L. Watts, H. Ncw- C. Byuis, . . Kock-r, G. Hume, M. Leyda, J. Mcehan. I ' o obtain a great understanding of Germany and a more enjoyable use of its language are the goals of this year ' s German Club. Under the leadership of Barbara Deickmann the German Club ha,s held many meetings and various suc- cessful potlucks. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jud, . lj Newell, Billy Jaimes, Wayne Ritchie, President; Bill Coulter, Marti Bender. li r.. UllIl Dilaiure, an Cuzzolina, Ginny Lone, Anne Scoii Pagel. .NOT PICTURED, Barbara Deickmann, 163 Spanish Club All students interested in Russian were invited to participate in the Russian Club ' s activities and meetings. Under the direction of Mr. Myers, the club enjoyed Russian movies at Irvine Park and Mr. Pembroke ' s description of how he hitch- hiked through Europe. At the end of a wonder- ful year a swim party and elections for next year ' s officers were held. Russian Club SEATED Dede Delatore, Secretary; Patti Johnson, Mer- McCants, Treasurer. FIRST ROW, Janice Horn, Marty dent; Becky Cooper, Curtis Flores, Mercedes Flores. CarlByer, Scott Gerrick, Heidi Fobo. LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Nang, Bob Carufel, Bill Case, Anita Crafts, Gary Ritchie, Gail Gorg, Eileen Payan, Debi Astin, Mr. Lawrence Myers, Scott Martin. The anous activities of the Spanish Club tills year included a Pan Dukes Sale, Vicky Young speaking on her trip to Bra- zil, and a speaker on Cuban poetry. Ending a memorable year, a dinner was held at La Chiquita. cedes Ayala, Vice President; Susan Johnson, X ' ictoria Ybarra, John Ogren, Janet Wood, Cheryl Pharris, Presi- R() V 2, Clalhy Coushlin, Billv Jaimes, Kris Russell, F orensics Members of the Forensic Club participate in speech tournaments sponsored by the National Fo- rensic League. They are rated according to credit points which they earn in competition. Beginnei-s in this activity enter novice tournaments in which they gain experience before moving up to the var- sity tournaments. This year membei-s of the club heard Judge Herbert S. Herlands speak on the topic of criminai investigation procedures. This year ' s an- nual awards banquet was held at Knott ' s Berry Farm. FRO.NT ROW, jay Mrch.ui, Krwn M. Smith, Bob Stevenson, Hugh Chr.- ' :!, .. R( iW d. .M.j.r Goosman, Vice President; Larry Boyd, President; Bob Waltz, Treasurer. Rt) V ; , Ellen Isaacs, Marya Innis, Lesli Watts, Victoria McCants. AFS bA ' Contributing to our knowledge of life and customs in foreign countries is the American Field Service Club. Our school is very proud of this year ' s ex- change student from Italy, Paul Fava. Eveiy year these energetic club meinbers conduct paper drives and the Spring stamp drive to make it possible for Ful- lerton Union High School to have a for- eign exchange student. FuUerton ' s exchange student from Italy, Paul Fava. ON STEPS, Paul Fava, exchange student from Italy; Vicky Young, Amer- icans Abroad Summer student to Bazil; Chris Floan, President. ROW 1, Willie Jones, Marcio Lopez, Patty Evans, Jean Stevens, Pam Sutton, Karen Innis, Judy Keller, Jan Grumet. ROW ' _ ' , Dean Holmes, Pat Wiese, Ginny Long, Marcia Budarf, Martha Bender, Denise Holmes, Janet Summerford, Wayne Ritchie, Bob Teasdale, Scott Pagel. Action 167 , 6 The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize -R.M. Milnes ? r Sports 169 fei. ■« v " %• Fall Sports Kevin Healy Varsity Bob Tipton ?» ' ' ' ' .2- i i i - - f 1h • •«f " " t s-4 Peter Farquhar Roddy Raub John Miller Danias Fernandez Football 11 H ' ' .V. ' i. i ' ■■ flO H V l ik E % k 3 «.l ltfh Steve Pate Wayne Manning Joe Woolery Mike FiRucroa Jerr ' Jainies Alan Robertson Dennis Haughn 173 Varsity and Junior Varsity Coaches Coach Tucker Coach Van ' Uct Farquhar sweeps around left end for big gain. Varsity Scores FuUerton 18 Fullerton FuUerton 10 Fullerton 10 Fullerton 49 Fullerton 40 Fullerton ; 27 Fullerton 13 Fullerton 7 Brea 14 Valencia 16 Troy 14 La Habra Lowell 25 Savanna 20 Kennedy 17 Sunny Hills 28 Buena Park 3 Coach Van Voorhis Coach Pembroke mfm JV Football FRONT ROW, From Left: Lambert, Armenta, Melendez, Villanueva, Herrera, Crawford, Stephenson, Severns, Rojas, Klass, Russell, Mc- Dermott. ROW 2, Seagern, Jaimes, Bogart, Rojas, Leicht, Herbold, O ' Malley, Berry, Stephens, Willey, Boon, Ferlise, Holkesvick. ROW 3, Williams, Dudley, Bruns, Liedtke, Kisor, Nolan, Hakes, Kause, Ramirez, Sanderson, Gibson, Spindle, Warner. 1 RON 1 K( i V, In. Ill l.fi IiiLU. Mahoney, B. Kaihara, Stiles, Pilt-Kgi, (Jilmi.i-c, Woolen,-, Miller, D. Kaihara, Rhea, Morris, Voll- mer, Warren, Claro. ROW 2, Mr. Lucrier, Rasniusscn, McAuliffe, Cunningham, Richard, Martin, Hume, Gray, Prindle, Morclli, S. lin.irl.rlr. K,,l,|s,,l,, BoLMll, W, l.Ii- I ., !-. M: ll Cv..: ' KI ' XN ., Smith, Little, White, Humenny, Hilliaid, liaklwell, Hryanl, Muiioz, Harbour, Mejia, Wood, Cox, L. Miller, Balman, Ricketts. FRONT ROW, From l.elt: Moiimom. w, k,c i, On , I ilus, ( :h.iinh.i l,n, CHevcneer, Prokopchuk, Corsan, Pate, Moody, Duir, Sweet, Rowe, Hanson, DeWees, Garcia. ROW 2, Ditty, Biesel, Mr. Zunkcr, Poole, Bern, Hard, Newkirk, Anderseck, Gaijhon, Myers, Flock, Newhart, C ' lark, Redfern, Br.ir(l , Halsitis. .jlkcr. K.vl.u ski, .Sir (,iri|.n. Kt i N ;i, .Nava, Ceiieva, Guerrero, Singer, Haspell, Bojorquez, Harns, Maturino, Gustaveson, Stein, Hatton, Bales, Hernandez, Daniels, Hendrickson. Rick Massimino Terry Klein Rick Lyon George Whiteside Varsity f ■n I ■ -c- ' Terry Klein knocks another shot away. --; l| . 1 ' Z- " iH 1 s Rick Massimino prepares tu An easy shot goes in as thr ku.iIr- vainly stretches for it. i fi t Paul Davis Bruce Shoemaker Steve Hall Water Polo Led by Goalie Terry Klein and GIF MVP Rick Massimino, this year ' s Water Polo team had an 18-5 record, marred only by a loss to Anaheim, and four defeats by No. 1 Newport. The team placed second in GIF, and fought hard every minute. We should be very proud of them. V tf Coach Read Fullerton 10 Fullerton 6 Fullerton 4 Fullerton 12 Fullerton 10 Fullerton 18 Fullerton 10 Fullerton 5 Fullerton 5 Fullerton 4 Fullerton 10 Fullerton 14 Fullerton 8 Fullerton 36 Fullerton 4 Fullerton 5 Fullerton 5 Fullerton 7 Fullerton 10 Fullerton 16 Fullerton 12 Fullerton 6 Fullerton 3 Whitticr 3 California 5 Newport 9 Sierra 4 Troy 6 Leuzinger 1 California 6 El Segundo 3 Newport 6 California 3 La Habra 4 Lowell 4 Corona del Mar 7 Savanna 1 Newport 6 Anaheim 6 Kennedy 2 Sunny Hills 2 Buena Park 2 Beverly Hills 11 Anaheim 5 El Segundo 5 Newport 5 m ' _ji JH ' - ai ,- i r«« .. H Bafew w , r4F ' ' ? HE Kw S t- ™v . .• ■■■ SH i4 i Roger Yount Mike Rhodes t$w ' ■ ■ ..T- p f It- . l. ' tt John Wright Mike Rhodes scores fruiu i luit: in. Bob Burrrieister David Kaan Norm Loges Tom Ostensen 179 and C Water Polo FRONT ROW, Matt Kenson, Don Gromacki, Jay Meehan, ( ;.irv Kit. hie, Dave Wilson. ROW 2, Steve Josephson, Gary Edmunds, Steve Dean, Reiny Gunther, Gary Nesbitt, Rick Smith. ROW 3, Lyn Ostensen, Jim Cuzzolina, Paul Safford, Lorin Kerns, Tom Newman, Gary Brown, Geoff Irwin. This year ' s Bee Water Polo team had another surcessful sea- son. All the boys will be back next year to try to help the varsity improve on their second place finish in GIF. FRONT ROW, Scott Freeman, Phil Snyder, David Callas, John O.gren, Gary Ferguson, Ross Gibson, Mark Germain. ROW 2, Kevin Condict, Don Sayre, Tom Manley, Mike Roberts, Lincoln Gardner, David McDougal, Dallas Dornan. ROW 3, Bob Pekarek, Bill Wick- ett, Jim Kruse, Gary Singer, Bob Amott. Don Gromacki Bee MVP FROM ' ROW, Ubaldo Ponce, Mark Ware, Steve Holguin, Juan Pereda, Turn Pence, Rudy Gonzales, Ted Daza, Lee Gotchcr. ROW 2, Phil Walters, Mike Dowser, Randy Andersen, David Brown , Marc Vanderberg, Jim Liedtke, Frank Levoit, Dirk Bruns, Clyde Cross- white. R( )W :i, Uavid brant, Tom Wascher, Bill Case, Steve Doughty, Mike Myernik, Hugh Christensen, Fred Mcrcado, Brent Cannon, Steve Galvan, Steve Fowler, Gary Andersen, Kevin Poet. JV Cross Country Led by Dick Bruns, Mouse Vanderberg, Jim Liedtke, Clyde Crosswhite, and Fred Mercado, the J. ' . cross-country team fin- ished the season in third place. Many of the boys will return to make next year ' s team hard to beat. If " Varsity Cross Country David Alford Mike Nickless This year ' s Cross-Country team was a young but talented one. The CCA, coached by Mr. DeGroot, compiled a 4-3 record, and a fourth place in league finals. The team found a definite advantage in running in the oil fields. The course has an extreme psychological effect on the visiting oppo- nents, due to its hilline s. Next year ' s team should be outstanding, with lettermen Mike Jones, Paul Goosens, Larry Boyd, Ricky Stoughton, David Alford, and Alfonso Pereda returning. Fullerton 16 Fullerton 49 Fullerton 19 Fullerton 20 Fullerton 33 Fullerton 33 Fullerton 27 Troy 42 La Habra 15 Lowell 42 Savanna 38 Kennedy 22 Sunny Hills 22 Buena Park 28 Larry Uoyd leads the pai k as ils encouragement. Ricky Stoughton poi trays the fatigue of a two- mile race as he crosses the fmish line against Buena Park. 183 Winter Sports 185 FRONT ROW, Owens, Andrews, Del Pozo, McKim. ROW 2, Coach Van Voorhis, Childs, Gie- mont, Wright, Helvey, and Workman. Giemont for two. John Andrews drives for the lay-up. Scott Wright from the line. Brian Helvev drives for two. Varsity Basketball FRONT ROW, Pate, Watten, Bales, Manning, Farquhar, Chambers, Brown. ROW 2, Hart, Haughn, Cox, Sanderson, Rutledge, Kause, Shoemaker and Coach Lawyer. JV Basketball ' ' r. ■ 11 M ' -A V wmmm 1 1 Pete Farquhar drives for two. FRONT ROW, Ncwliarcl, Milki, J. Jaimes, B. Jaimcs, Warner, Bruwii, aU:., Scvorns, Elliott. ROW 2, Coach Van V ' liet, Paul, Macrorie, Stradley, Preston, Galvan, Hernandez, Baird, White. B C Basketball FRONT RCnV. Kcrsan, Rei-d, Masri.i, Prokopchuk, McAuliffc, Duir, Hcnor.T. Kozlowski, Gil- more, Clark. ROW 2, Coach Tucker, Haspell, Fowler, Bryant, Rivera. Hilliard, Rubles, Morris, Bulman, Rodriquez, Peterson, and Hendrickson, Mgr. 189 Varsity Wrestling FRONT ROW, Alfonso Pereda, Frank Levoit, Gary Ed- munds, Rick Kaihara, Dave Prutznian. ROW 2, Wayne Verlcy, Eric Bogart, Mike Evans, Scott Gerrick, Bruce Bo- gart, Tom Rojas. ROW 3, Juan Ramirez, Fortino Gallo, Al Hakes, Kent Pagel, Brad Humenny, Don Evans, David Christensen, manager. The Varsity wrestlers were a tough bunrh of men this year, and perhaps the toughest of all was Brad Humenny, who took many honors in the 178-pound class, putting his speed, agility, and intelligence to good use. Kent Pagel pins. JV Wrestling Tom Rojas scores a takedown. Coach Gibby discusses some pre-maich strategy. This year ' s J.V. Wrestling team gained much experience as the year progressed and also impro ed greatly from match-to-match. There will be many boys capable of " doing the job " for the varsity next vear. FRONT ROW, Ted Daza, Jim Myers, Floyd B.iilcy, Lee Gotcher, Robert V ' ollmer, Tonv Ditiy. Danny Richards. ROW 2, Bob Stiart, Tim Waddcll, John Sweet, Xavier Armenia, Charlie Harris, Maniel Maturino, Bruce Hatton, Guy Balsitis. Mike Myers. ROW ; . Da e Kaihara, Tom McDcmiott. Dou? Humenny, Paul Spindle, Allen Martin, Steve Cunningham, Mario ' il- lanueva. 191 Varsity Swimming Diving FRONT ROW, Ben Sellers, Paul Safford, Terry Klein, Bob Burmeister, George Whiteside, David Kaan. ROW 2, Norm Rick Massimino led the Varsity Swimmers to an- other excellent season. Also, an Ohio transfer. Norm Logcs helped this team keep up the fine winning tradition for which all Fullerton swim teams have been famous. Leges, David Innis, Mike Rhodes, Mike Nickless, John Ogren. NOT PICTURED, Tom Ostensen, Rick Massimino. Coach Read. B C Swimming KRON r ROW, David Callas, Gary Singer, Don Sayre, Pekarek. ROW 2, Kevin Condict, Lincoln Gardner, Jim Kruse, Bill Wickett, Scott Freeman. FRONT ROW, Dave Wilson, Don Gromacki, Matt Kenson, Tom Newman. ROW 2, Mike Morelli, Gar ' Ritchie, Roger Yount, Jay Meehan, Reiny Gunther, Steve Dean. ROW 3, Rick Leicht, Rick Smith, Gary Nesbitt, Jim Cuzzolina. ■■ ' " vi. MH mmnmmHm 193 ' ' . Spring Sports 195 Mr. Pembroke Duane Harrison Rick Gilmore Jeff Irwin Gary Eliot David Cox Marv Owens Larry Larson Tim Paul Paul Rasmussen Varsity Baseball Rick L on Scott Mason Damas Fernandez Dentil? Hau.?hn 197 TV Baseball FRONT ROW, Bruns, Richard, Peleggie, Lindloff, Watten, M.i!..:;i., 11. i.iai.Jtz. ROW Z, Jaimes, Murphy, Matsuyama, Farquhar, Gray, J. Jaimes. ROW 3, Stiles, Liedtre, Galvan, Kause, Morales. Managers: Cooney, Hanson, and Kelly. ' SiKtoffim ' tiMil ' ..Jy .i-SIS - - " -f " , -- «. " •v ... ■ ; V:- FRUXr RL S, S.r ' . CI, W.ioleiy, liuw._ ' n, Eddlnnai., Bo- gart. ROW 2, Mr. Hertwig, Dudley, Pagel, Sanderson, Robertson. Varsity- Track FRONT ROW, Crosswhite, Nickoles, Myemik, Stough- ton, Jones, Boyd, Alford, Webb, Goosen, Mr. DeGroot. ROW 2, Gotcher, Perda, Mercado, Walter Anderson, Ubaldo Ponce. FRONT ROW, ROW 2, Bruns, Figuroa, Vanderburg, Forsyth, Christenson, Boone. Chapman, Manning, Mr. Jeffries, Longford, Newell. %l T i: % A m " jU« : J 199 BEE TEAM: FRONT ROW, Tom White, Sam Stradley, Barrel Rhea, Tom Wascher, David Brant, Alfonso Pereda. ROW 2, David Christensen, mgr., Barry Keary, Bill Robison, Steve Willey, Lee Gotcher. B C Track CEE TEAM: Don Newhard, Eric Bogart, Tom Manley, Marc Ware, Steve Holguin, Rudy Gonzaies, Brad Singer. ROW 2, Tom Pence, Jeff Haspell, Steve Fowler, Eddie Rivera, Manuel Maturino, Seth DeWees, Kevin Poet. 200 201 Varsity Tennis iliiziiv FRONT ROW, Fred Bauman, Gary Plambeck, Chuck Brauer, Mark Brown. ROW 2, David Brown, mgr., John Andrews, John Wright Jr., Bill Coulter, Steve Hall. Bill Coulter smashes a serve. Coached by Mr. Lawyer, the tennis team was one of the school ' s strongest in the league. Team stal- warts were Bill Coulter, John " Mooney " Andrews, and John Wright. Wright is one of the top-ranked players in the CIF. JV Tennis Mils trixh, V FRONT ROW, Gordon Mellis, Kenton Hawkins, Kyle Cittadin, Brent Weindlint;, Bob Ainott, Dallas Doman, Gary Heller, Dennis Lambourne. Row ' 2, Scott Martin, Smiley Solenberi;er, Lee Hardy, Gregg LaRock, Rusty Kennedy, Al Hakes, Bob Stevenson, Dave Peterson. John Wright and Mooney Andrews were a doubles team hard to beat. 203 Jf SilUnj;: Margot Graves, Rcujiduit; Sccictary. Standing: Pat Wormley, Secretary; Nancy Cal- houn, Vice President; Carol Wright, Treasurer. Peg Johnson, President. GAA Cabinet Starting the year with a full treasury, the primary goal of Presi- dent Peg Johnson and her cabinet was to be able to say the same about the number of active members. A variety of sports, beach camp-outs, girl-date, and inter-school competition highlighted an active year. FRONT ROW, Melinda Burson, AWS Representative; Judy Keller, Senior Representative. MIDDLE ROW, Sue Mason, Freshman Representative; Janet Brow, Publicity. BACK ROW, Connie Gibson, Historian; Vicki Crawford, Sophomore Representative; Terri Lauritsen, Junior Rep- resentative. 204 Left, Miss Day, Advisor; Karen Innis, Manager. Miio ' -Jw-. ' GAA T ennis FRONT ROW, D. King, P Johnson, C. Wright, C. Gibson. B.ACK ROW, J. Brow, ' . Crawford, K. Innis, S. Mason, C. Rasmussen, Margot Graves. 1 ■ ' It .jiiii iiMi, Marlies Vandenberg, manager. TOP, J. Stevens, E. Stryker, L. Christenson, D. L. Allison; BOTTOM, R. Nieto, D. Ibbs, J. Mc- Volleyball I :i!lBiBI llikM •• " • " - ' -- u. Kinf;--E. Bieget; . Mcllvain, E. Sihielilbein, S. Mason, C. Sutton, M. V ' anderberg, K. Farquhar, VreraWford, L. Watts, A. Langford, J. Stephens. NOT PICTURED, Diane Scott. Track 206 Prazzo; CENTER, Kinlcy, P. Johnson. Badminton nMA x 0 FRONT ROW, L. Watts, J. Grumet, G, Woodward, D. Peterson, D King ROW " S Cech . B gel, J. Smedley, P. Wormley, R. Golden, J. McKinley. BACK ROW, J Keller ' D Roe- Can -IST Duke, P. Drew, J. Smith, Z. Mcllvain, A. Langford Miss Ford, Advisor. ORIENTAL PUZZLEMENT Best Performed, WHAT IS A FRIEND, Suzy Dever, Vicki Young. Human Forms was the theme of this year ' s mod- em dance concert. Twenty unusual and interest- ing numbers were performed each night with the highlight occurring Saturday when an award was presented to the scholarship winner. The groups in the Best-Perfonned dance and the most original dances were given awards also. G.A.A. Dance, un- der the leadership of Nan Cuzzolina and Deidra LaVigne, using the choreography of Mrs. Overton, performed the opening number, " Life Lines. " MUD KIDS ONLY THE PURE The 1967-68 Dance Managers, Nan Cuzzolina and Diedra LaVigne. ADOPT ME TOO 1968 Dance Scholarship winner, Lvn Herzberger, in her dance, CHERISHED. Modern Dance Concert ROW 1, Joanie Wihin, Avni Uiinc.nd. ROW 2, Nan Cuzzolina, Debra Roeing, Kathy Far- quhar, Sandv Cech. ROW i, Deidra LaV ' igne, Vicki Young, Carol McAuliffe, Gerry Jacobson. ROW 4, Ann Safford, Flora Biegel. .M ♦ ■ I if K ' ■■ Most original, UNTIL THE RAINS, Carol Kohlenhereer, Pattv Ru.kn, .M.iii llnlni.-s I ' .u Wiese. Mrs. Overton, Advisor. Chris Hill, manager; Miss Swoffer, advisor. Swimming iiiiiiiiniiiiwiiiikiiiiimiiiii 211 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF " 68 " THE FULLERTON INDIANS BOOSTER CLUB 1100 SOUTH EUCLID, FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA YEARBOOK COVERS by SMITH PACIFIC Embossing Makes The Lasting Impression The S. K. Smith Company Phone; 776-2424 5300 W. I04th Street Los Angeles, Calif. COOK BARLETTA, INC. Sewerage Maintenance and C onstruction 542 E. Central Park Ave. Anaheim, California Elaine Little found the job she had wanted through the services of the NEIC;HBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS. NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS 700 W. Orangewood naheini, Calif. Phone 636-1700 213 Fullerton High Senior Gary Beaver, with fellow- students Cinde Raub and Shaion Burner, look to the future as they check out the antenna of one of the Defense Department ' s satellite communi- cations terminals buUt by HUGHES AIRCRAFT COMPANY, Fullerton, to provide instantaneous round-the-world communications. HUGHES AIRCRAFT COMPANY Hughes Aircraft Company Fullerton, California Phone 871-3232 Is that a pleased look on Kathy Mcliwain ' s face as she gazes at the dress found by Brook Tanner? Well of course, and so is the one on the face of Carol Kohlenberger. Yours will have one too at JAHENG FASHIONS. JAHENG FASHIONS 1334 E. Chapman Telephone 871-3724 THE TURNTABLE YARDAGE CENTER I ' INI- OLD COLONY PAINTS LIL ' S IIARDWARL 1324 I. Chapman Ave. Piisl Otficc Villaiio Paints 1 iiUcrton lools Klectrical Calif. VaJJ[iapL ' r Plumbin}: (!bss Kirsch Rod (Jardon Tools cDONAlD ' S COePOKAI ' ON look for the golden arches " McDonald ' s is your kind of place " 1341 .So. Brookhurst (at Orangethorpe) lullerton ELC SHEET METAL, HEATING GAS AIR CONDITIONING, INC. ED LAVIGNE AIR MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST .Mobile Phone L.A. County JR 2-5772 Orange Co. YL 2-5772 927-1339 6730 E Florance Ave. Bell Gardens. Calif. |iC !!!i lHHHHri, i jWk Peggy Uficksoii and JoAniif StiJcs smUi. ' over TIILLMA MORAN ' S door before going inside to look at the latest styles. THELMA MORAN ' S TEENS ' AND JUNIORS ' APPAREL 405 W. Commonwealth 525-5410 The flashing, new 1968 Pontiac I ' irebird eaught the eyes of Lou Kipe and Steve Richards when they visited COAST PONTIAC. COAST PONTIAC 626 S. EucUd Anne Newell and Andy Stucker will always remember the pride and spirit of their senior class tluough their class rings from JOSTEN AND ENGRAVERS CORPORATION. JOSTEN ' S 833 Dover, Newport Beach 1430 N. Harbor minfi HAIR STYLES fid fWfH i2AY SINCE I910 223 W. Commonwealth 525-2353 At FULLERTON TRAVEL LODGE Sandy Dunham, Cindy Werts, and Mari Holmes found the aceommodations and friendhness very much to their likin;:. TRAVELODGE FULLERTON S15 S. Ilarhor .S71-4l(l(t The Johnson sisters take pride in their meat gallcr ' . JOHNSON S MEAT MARKET 18333 Lemon Dr., Yorlia Linda ARNOLD OF LOLA ' S FLOWERS 809 N. Harbor FuUerton, Calif. Arnold Peggy Hoff Days 525-3232 Nites 526-4021 ' (( ' Sningiiigesi Styles in town HALO HUT BEAUTY SALON 149 VV. Amerige 525-9242 1 ullerton, California :f rfsmi ARMCO V ALL-CO DRAINAGE BUILDING PRODUCTS INC. GEORGE H. COTTER FRED L. NEILSON H.E. ' BUD " HEYER 914 Court St., Woodland 662-1044 People shopping at your area ' s new and beautiful MONTGOMERY WARD found quality, prices, and ser- vice much to their liking. MONTGOMERY WARD 1331 S. Harbor SUPPORT YOUR FULLERTON INDIAN BOOSTER CLUB! Congratulations Class of 1968 from VILLAGE FASHION FABRICS 1310 E. Chapman, FuUerton . ' » If Pictured is the executive buUding of HUNT FOODS AND INDUSTRIES, INC. From this center the activities of 65 food processing and manufacutring facilities were directed across the country. HUNT FOODS INDUSTRIES, INC. 1645 W. Valencia Drive, Fullerton 871-2100 218 Mike Conley discreetly gave his opinion on tlic new summer swim wear that Nan Cuzzolina and Peg O ' Rourke picked out at the new J.C. PENNY ' S store. His decision was one of approval 140 Orangefair Mall J.C. PENNEYS MAC ' S MEATS AND GROCERY 822 E. Chapman 525-3464 Evenings by Appointment 525-3809 FAIR LADY BEAUTY SALON Specializing in high styling and long hair .Alberta Davis, Owner 313 N. Euclid Here is shown to us the new Javelin hy American Motors thanks to a friendly salesman at TOWN COUNTRY RAMBLER. TOWN COUNTRY RAMBLER 555 S. EucUd 871-2C 219 Tom Ostciiscn agrees there is no better way to enjoy warm GIOVANNI ' S pizza than with a warm Italian. GIOVANNI ' S PIZZA 922 Williamson Way 353 N. State CoUege 526-5561 526-5778 MicheUe Smith and Vicki Abrams admire HASSON ' S lovely tloral arrangement of orcliids. HASSON FLOWERS 701 W. Commonwealth Congratulations from to the the Class of Graduating Class Q of oy 1968 HIlUERTOi 5,4jjgs Mike Shiitc and Carol McAuliffe discover that when daily livinsi leaves vou a little short I t ' LLlRTON SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS ' N. is there to help. FULLERTON SAVINGS LOAN ASSN 2nOW. rommonwealth Marv Owens and Juanita Jaimes fell in love with a Cutlass at llANSIX OLDSMOBlLIi. HANSEL OLDSMOBILE 1325 W. Commonwealth •HUNG UP QN W4HERE TQBUY YQUR TQGS? (ciX tMehoino(r, Koonoo 2500 e " nutumO. -3k, 52i Mil TJJ 332 d " C mfiman - 971 51- - k Open daily ' til 6 Mon. Fri. ' til 9 The Hobnob Xewspaper SANBORN CO 221 Jail Goodwill picked out a lovely dress from the wide selection she and Glenda Frank found when they visited EDNA MCMASTER DRESS SHOP. EDNA MCMASTER DRESS SHOP 715 N. Harbor Bob Russell asked happily, " If GLENDALE FEDERAL SAVINGS has resources of millions of dollars, why couldn ' t they spare me one or two hundred thousand? " GLENDALE FEDERAL SAVINGS 320 N. Harbor 526-8331 When they got really thirsty, and needed a snack, Judy Keller, Mirco Lopez, Bev Hart and Brian French agreed that the place to go was BUDDY ' S BURGERS. BUDDY ' S BURGERS 177 N. Raymond While exploring in all the nooks and crannies at CHUCK ' S HOBBY HOUSE, Carol McAuUffe came upon some feathered flowers that caught her eye. CHUCK ' S HOBBY HOUSE 119 E. Commonwealth 525-4579 John Aiulrcws :hhI Ti- ' rry Kloin ciHiip;irc souk- ol (he new styles in men ' s elothing at MOONEY ANDRIIWS llNl MliN ' S WEAR. MOONEY ANDREWS 714 N. Harbor Mike Tobey anil Margaret lleyer liiseusscd the outstanilinc features ol a neu ( aniero from CONl CHI VROLl I. CONE CHEVROLET 600 W. Commonwealth Beautiful gowns for both fall and spring were found by Chris Heise and Terri Clark at ESTHER ' S APPAREL SHOPPE. ESTHERS APPAREL SHOPPE 203 N. Harbor TOY CITY " DISCOUNT TOY STORES " Garden Grove Huntington Beach Eountain Valley Santa Ana Fullerton Anaheim Complete Service and Repairs On Plumbing-Heating Air Conditioning All Trucks Radio Dispatched FAST SERVICE IN YOUR AREA 1544 W. Lincoln, Anaheim Hoping to gain insight concerning finances, JuJn Mattsnn prepared to visit FULLERTONMORTGAGE AND I- SCROVV. FULLERTON MORTGAGE AND ESCROW COMPANY 513 S.Euclid 525-2368 i f !. Bob Burmcistcr, Mike CIcvL-land, and Jim Scaipino chcik out the tme quality clothes from BIEL ' S MKN ' S SIIOI ' . BIEL ' S MENS WEAR 1223 Wilshire 871-0937 225 THIS SPACE WAS DONATED BY THE A.S.B. Finding themselves a little sluni on KIcciilx, Vk ki " i Omi;; .iiul Suzy Devei decided to go straight to the source by visiting KIMBERLY-CLARK CORP. KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION 2001 E. Orangethorpe 525-8271 AN INSTITUTION THAT BANKS ON THE YOUTH OF FULLERTON Campus representative, Mike Rhodes, helped Tom Starkey ehoose a smart-looking sports jacket at CHARLES EDWARDS SHOP I OR MI N. CHARLES EDWARDS SHOP FOR MEN 2433 E. Chapman 525-6333 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1968 don mac ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION THE LIGHT HOUSE STORE FOR MEN GLENDORA - FULLERTON ' C LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FULLERTON HERBERT (PETE) WATKINS, President 225 E. Commomvealth - Ph.879-7ii0 " at the sign of time and temperature " Free ParkinE HOURS: MONDAY • THURSDAY 9 to 4 — FRIDAYS 9 to S ■ Z( ' Too OUer t.M " " ' 236 " " " t Ah. " She, irn 77P-, Students Always Welcome Official Yearbook Photographer »26 IllIS PAGE WAS DONATID BY THI I- O L L O W I N G SENIOR GIRLS- Maiilyn Clilliam, Peggy Krickson. Binky Brown, Ginny Long, Kathy Dean, Margaret Heycr, Suzi Bailctla, Carol McAulitTe, Rexenc Blacklcy, Vicki Young, Debby Peterson, Anne Newell, Glenda I rank, Janice }lorn. Nan Cuzzolina, Shelley Wiseman, Sherry Fort, Pepe Pancratz, Chris Heisc, Jan Goodwin, Terri Claik, Jo Anne Stiles. Unpictured-Kathy Amott. Index Abrams,Vicld[ 36,119,220 Acosta, Arlene 77 Adair, Linda 69 Adsit, Beverl y 36 Aguilar, Sylvia 69 Aldaco, Linda 69,113 Alexander, Gwen 69 Alford, David 69,151,182 Alford, Nancy 77,113 Allec, Alice 87,113 Allen, Randall 69 Allison, Lor 87 Amaro, Maria 77 Amott, Bob 87,180 Amott, Kathy 36,134,139,142 Anderseck, Debbie 77 Anderseck, Joey 36 Anderseck, Nicky 87 Andersen, Cheryl 68,69,126 Andersen, Gary 77,181 Andersen, Randall 36,143,181 Anderson, Kevin 77,160 Anderson, Linda 69 Anderson, Vicki 87 Andrade, Ernest 87 Andrews, Jolin 77,143,151,152, 178,187,223 Andri, Debbie 77,137 Anson, Susan 87 Archipley, Tracy 77 Armendariz, Sylvia 69 Armenia, Xavier 77,1 13,176,191 Arpero, Olga 87 Arredondo, John 77 Arzola, Grace 69 Astin, Deborah 77 Atterbury, Diane 77 Atterholt, Susan 36,160 Austin, Patti 87 Ayala, Mercedes 69,165 Bacon, Robert 77 Bagnall, Nancy 87,113 Bahl, Linda 36 Baird, James 189 Baker, Cathy 77,120,150,152 Baker, Cathy R. 77,150 Baker, Gary 87 Baker , Jim 87 Baker, Kathy 87 Baker, Mark 77,87 Bales, Bob 69,143,145,15 1,173,1 88 Bales, Don 87,177 Ballard, Denise 87 Ballou, Gary 87 Balsitis, Alex 69,177 Balsitis, Guy 87,177,191 Baltz, Mary 69,120 Banderas, Linda 36 Bann, Janice 77,152 Barletta, Christine 77,137,162 Barletta, Susan 36,139,220,229 Banner, Kathy 87,113 Barnes, Edward 69,143,152 Bamet, Joan 69,163 Barnhart, Linda 77 Barr, Bill 36 Barrios, David 77,87 Barton, Janet 77,150 Barton, Jonelle 37,113 Bauer, Melanie 69 Bauman, Fred 69,139,152,160 Bauman, Kyle 77 Bay, Kathleen 69,120 Bayzerman, Debra 87 Beard, Matth 87 Beard, Paula 69,77,150 Beavans, Lynne 87 Beaver, Gary 37,145,214 Beck, Jeanette 87 Beck, Kathy 77 Beckham, Janet 37,160 Beckham, Steven 103,154 Beebe, Roger 87 Beeman, Robby 37,137,158 BeU, Patricia 87 Benavides, Luis 69,177 Bender, Martha 69,120,160 Bergan, Karen 77,158 Bermudez, Olga ' 87 Bemal, Benny 137,160 Bemal, Gloria 37,158 Bemhard, Mark 87 Berry, Hal 77,176 Berry, John 69 Bezanson, Nancy 87,1 13 Biegel, Alan 87 Biegel, Flora 69,209 Bird well, Terry 77 Blackley,Rexene 37,120,142,160,229 Blais, Arleen 37 Blake, John 37,77 Boeglin, Sheryl 77 Bogart, Eric 87,158,190 Bogart, Robert 69,176,191 Bogazis, Mark 87 Bohannon, Linda 38 Boiven, Tom 69 Bojorquez, Andrew 87,177 Boon, Michael 77,176 Bortz, Roger 87 Bosna, John 38 Bostian, Judy 69 Bouman, Christine 77 Bowea Daniel 32,33,38,143,173,151 Bowen, Teresa 69,134 Bower, Jeannie 38 Bowie, Gwendolyn 87 Boyd, Bob 70 Boyd, Donald 38,158 Boyd, Earlene 77 Boyd, Larry 77,101,137,143,152,182 Boyd, Necia 77 Boyd, Russel 38 Boyer, Craig 77 Bozzo, Paul 87 Brackett, Bruce 38 Brackett, Linda 70 Bradley, Bill 77 Bradley. David 87 Bramlett, Warren 38 Branam, Lezlie 70,137,152 Brant, David 77,181 Brauer, Charles 38,150 Braun, James 38 Braunstein, Bruce 77 Brehe, Joyce 87,113 Brennan, James 77 Brewer, Jonathan 39,154,155 Brickell, Ahson 77- Brickell, LesUe 87,113 Britt, KeUy 70 Brody, Mitchel 87 Brody, Steve 77,158,177 Brookman, Wendy 70 Brow, Janet 77,204,205 Brown, Artress 39,106 Brown, Cynthia 87,95 Brown, David 77 Brown, David R. 181 Brown, Deborah 70,159 Brown, Deborah S. 159 Brown, Diane 87 Brown, Binky 39,119,145,229 Brown, Gary 70,180 Brown, Gregory 85,152 Brown, Kathleen 77 Brown, Mark 77,143,151,152,189 Brown, Sherry 87 Brownell, Bonnie 77 Browns, Shelley 70 Brumley, Richard 77,152,160 Bruno, Barbara 158 Bruno, Jeffrey 88 Bruns, David 77,176 Bruns, Richard 150,151,181 Bryan, Linda 88 Bryant, Danny 88,177,189 Budarf,Marcia 77,150.152 Buhl, Elizabeth 88 Buhre, Colleen 70,120 Bulman, Robert 88,189 Burmeister, Robert 40,143,179,235 Burner, Sharon 70,145,214 Bumette, Randy 77 Burrin, Peggy 70,146,147,162 Burson, Melinda 77,204 Bush, Caroline 88 BushneU, Becky 88 Busse, Warren 88 Butcher, Nancy 70 Buti, Edward 77 Button, Frances 70,99 Byers, Carl 70,137,152,162,165 Cacciata, Richard 88 Calderon, Rene 77 CaldweU, Jeff 77,177 Calhoun, Nancy 70,204 CalJas, David 77,180 CampbeU, Bruce 70,114 CampbeU, Todd 88 CampbeU, Warren 88,158 Campos, Lucy 70 Cannon, Arlene 70 Cannon, Brent 77,181 Cano, Carolyn 78 Canon, Peggy 78 Caradies, Patrice 78 Cardenas, Rosalind 88 Carey, Patricia 78 Carhsle, Susan 40 Carlson, LesUe 88,154 Carlson, Mark 78 Carmelo, Sandra 78 Carroll, Robert 78 Carter. Christi 86,88,137 Carter, Robert 78 Carufel, Robert 78 Case, Bill 78,137,181 Casey, David 88 Casey, John 70 Castanuela, April 88 Catalano, Neil 38 Catron, Joe 78 Cavallo, Cynthia 88 Cech. Richard 70 Cech, Sandra 40,160 Chaffee, Bill 70 Chaffee, Janet 86,88 Chamberhn, Christy 158 Chamberlin, John 78.177 Chambers, Leroy 70,188 Chapdelaine, Vicky 70 Chapmaa Raymond 40,112,151,172 Chapman, William 70 Chavez, Rachael 70 Chavira, Kathy 70 Chavira. Patricia Childs, Frank 78,181 Christensen, David 88,190 Christensen, Hugh 32,33,40,135, 150,181 Christensen, Linda 78 Christensen, Randy 70 Christianson, Linda 88 Cittadin, Kyle 112 Clark, Bruce 88,177,189 Clark, Marcia 40,88 Clark, Marvin 78 Clark, Teresa 119,142,145, 150,177,224,229 Clard, Robert 88,177 Claro, Wanda 70,137 Qeveland, Michael 40, 1 18, 150,245 Clevenger, BiU 88,177 CleweU, Michael 40 CUne, Susan 70 Cochrane, Edwin 78 Cocke, Susan 88 Codispoti, Cari41 Codispoti, David 78 Cohen. John 78 Colucci, Debbie 88 Copton, Cindy 41 Condict, Kevin 180 Cone, Barbara 78,114,152 Cone, Carolyn 78,113,128,152 Cone, Danny 41 Conley, Mike 41,219 Conner, Lyn 78,114 Connor, Karen 78,112 Cook, Melanie 88 Cooney, John 88 Cooper. Joanne 88 Cooper. NeUie 41,98,100,101 Cooper, Becky 78,165 Cope, Denise 78 Cope, Duane 88 Corbin, Raymond 88 Corney, Iwalani 70,150,159 Comforth, Chris 88 Coughlin, Cathy 78,106,165 Coulter, Diane 88 Coulter, Bill 41,139,143,150 CoweU, Jane 78.1 12.150 Cox, Alan 78,188 Cox, Caran 78,177 Cox, David 70 Cox, James 88,177 Cox, Ted 88 Cox, Warren 41 Crabill. George 78 Crabill.Krista 70,112 Crabtree,SheUa 41,150 Crafts, Anita 88,160 Crawford, Linda 41 Crawford, Roland 78,176 Crawford, Vicki 78,204,205 Crisafulli, Fred 88 CrisweU. Barbara 42 Criswell, Peggy 78 Crosswhite. Clyde 181 Crouse, David 88 Cruz, Blanca 70 Cunningham, Steve 88,177,191 Curby. Colleen 71 Cusack. Martha 78 Cuzzolina, Nan 42.137,145.150, 163.209,219,229 Cuzzolina, James 78,162,180 Dailey, Timothy 42 Daniel, Danny 78,177 Daniels. John 88 Davidson. Virginia 71 Davis, John 71 Davis, Paul 42,178 Davis. Sandra 88 Daza. Theodore 88,181,191 Dean, Kathy 42,120,142,150,159 Dean, Steve 78,158,180 DeLaTorre.Dede 42,1 37,142,150, 159,160,163,165 230 DeLaTorre, Lorraine 78,137 Dclgado, Espcranza 88 Delozier, Marie 7 1 DclPozo, Martin 71,101,132, 143,172,187 Dcnnison, Susan 160 DeRosa, Jill 7S Devaney, Marv 78 Dever, Suzy 42,136,142,148,226 DeWccs, Seth 88,177 Dexter, Janet 88 Dhyse, Robert 42 Dhyse, Viekic 7 1 Diaz, Dennis 42 Diaz, Isidro 88 Diaz. Manuel 78,177 Dieckmann, Barbara 43 Dieckmann,Uonna8S,l 13,160 Dietzer. Ann 71,120,148,152,162 Dieugcnio, Timothy 89 Dimond, Avril 78,152,200 Dimond, Sandra 78 Ditty, Tony 86,88,135,177,191 Dobbc. Kenneth 71 Doman, Dallas 89,180 Dougherty, Patrick 43 Dougherty, Thomas 89 Doughty, Steven 89,181 Dowser, Michael 43,181 Drew, Charles 43 Drew, Janice 89 Drew, Phyllis 71,121 Drummond, Jeff 78 Drury, Bonnie 89.113 Duarte. Roger 71 Duchene, Denise 43 Dudley, Richard 43.176 Duggan, Michael 89 Duir. John 89,177,189 Duke, James 78 Duke, Melinda71, 114,159, 160 Dukin, Alexis 71,137 Dunham, Sandy 43,217 Durfee, Cheri 78 Dye, Cheryl 89 Ealy. Grand 89 Eastland, Walter 89 Eastman, Robert 7 1 Eddleman, Rod 43,172 Edmunds, Donna 89 Edmunds, Gary 91,180,190 Edwards, Donna 78 Edwards, Tanis 78 Egbert, Allan 71 Egbert. Marilynn 43 EUzarde. Hilda 7 1 Elkins. Deborah 78 EUer. Debbie 78 Eller, Steve 43 Elliott, Gary 79,189 Ellis, Ann 44,158 HUis, Barbara 71.121 EUis, Bruce 79 Embrey, Shari 71,160 Knders, John 44 Erickson. Peggy 44,121.132,2 16 Ernst, Randall K9 Erthal, Greg 7 1 Espinoza. Alice 7 1 Esquivel, Cynthia 89 Estrella. Reves 44 Evans. Don 44,1 32.152, 158,172 Evans, Henrv 79 Evans, Michael 7 1,143,1 5 1,173 Evans. Patricia 44 Evans, Sandra 89 Everett. Linda S9 Everett, Susan 71 Fairgrieve, William 79 Fall, Don 89 langerow, Greg 44 I ' angerow, Steve 79 Farmer, Charles 44 Farquhar, Kathy 71.1 12,1 14, 116,159,160,209 Farquhar, Peter 79,101,172,188 Fava, Paul 44,143 Felmly, Daniel 79 Ferguson, David 89 Ferguson, Gary 89,180 Ferguson, Susan 79 Ferguson, William 79 1 crlise, Mike 89,176 Icrnandez, Damas 45,172 Field, Mona79,II3 Field, Val 89 I ' igucroa, Dee 79 Figueroa, Mike 71,151,173 Filadelfia,Ginny 79,113,158 Filadelfia, Louie 79,112,138 Fisher, Robert 45,102 Fletcher, Taylor 79 Floan, Chris 45,137,138,146,147 Flock, Chris 89,158 FTorcs, David 79 Flores, Mercedes 89,165 Fogo, Heidi 162,165 Foley, Debra 89 Ford, Steven 79,112 Forester, Gregory 89 Forney, Nancy 89 Forsyth, Lance 45 Fort. Sherry 45,137,229 Foster, Debra 79,112 Fowler, Jane 79,152 Fowler, Steve 89,181,189 Fowler, Susan 71, Frank, Glenda 45, 1 37, 142.222,229 Frasier, Steve 158 Fredrickson, Scott 132,143,150,160 Fredstrom, Mike 89 Freeman, Scott 79,152,180 Freick, Jane 79 French, Brian 71,103,222 FuUer, Marilyn 89 Furer, Andrew 89 Gagne, David 89 Gagnon, Steven 177 Gagnon, Susan 45 Gallegos, Esther 78 Galli. Lee 79 Gallo.Fortino 45.106,132,151,17. 190 Galvan. Patricia 45 Galvan, Steve 79.112,181.189 Garcia. Christina 45 Garcia, John 89 Garcia. Martha 89 Gardner. Lincoln 89,180 Garland, Richard 46 Garo-. Darlene 89,134 Garton, David 89 Garver. Robin 89 Gates. Laurie 79 Gates, Ted 89 Gayton, Chuck 89 Geneva, Ross 89,177 Gerdes. Kathryn 79 Germain. Mark 89.180 Gerrick, Joseph 143.150.165.190 Gettman, Barbara 46 Gettman, Jean 46 Ghio, Donna 79 Gibson, Constance 79, 1 5Z204,205 Gibson, Russell 89,180 Gibson, Scott 79,176 Giemont, Guy 46,143,145.187 Gih, Alice 89 Gilliam, Marilyn 46.99,1 19.150.229 Gilmore. Rick 89,189 Gipson, Jill 46 Girod, Steve 89,113 Cluck, William 79 Gmeiner, Gayle 79 Golden, Rita 79 Gollin, Jeannette 89 Gomez, Albert 46 Gomez, Fernando 89 Gonzales, Anita 71,113 Gonzales, Emma 79 Gonzales, Rachel 46 Gonzales, Roland 79 Gonzales, Rudy 181 Goodwin, Jan 46,142,222,229 Goosman, Christine 89 Goosman, Robert 71 Goossens, Paul 71,151,182 Gore, Thomas 79 Gorg, Gail 89 Gortner, Kenneth 46 Gotcher, Lee 71,181,191 Graff, Stacy 79 Graffius, Patricia 79 Graham, James 89 (Jraham, James R. 47,1 14,1 16,154,155 Grant, Richard 71 Graski, Robert 79 Graski, Susan 79 Graves, Jim 46,145,160 Graves, Margot 79,204,205 Gray, Charles Gray, Shirley 46,112 Green, Joyce 71 Green. Richard 89,158 Green, Sharon 47 Greer. William 89,113 Grimm, Uiane 79,1 13 Gromacki, Don 79,180 Gromacki, Larry 47 Grose, David 71 Grubb, Sally 79 Grubbs, Wayne 79 Grumct, Janice 112,150.152,159 Guenero, Frank 89,177 Gunther, Harold 89 Gunther.Reiny 79,180 Gustafson, James 71 Gustafson, Julie 79,99.150 Gustaveson, Julema 79 Gustavson,Tomas 89,1 15,177 Gutierrez, John 89,158 Guysi, Gary 79 Guzman. Joan 71 Haase. Margie 89 Haddon, Duane 47 Haddon. Karen 80 Haddon. Patti 71 Haddon, Vicki 90 Haith, Heather 80 Hakes. Alan 47,190 Hall. John 115.154 Hall. Peggy 90.154 Hall, Steve 47.151.178 Halvorsen. Raynette 47,138 Hames, Marjorie 47,1 13 Hankinson. Stephanie 103,138,159 Hann, Justina 80 Hanna, Barbara 47 Hannon. Teresa 80 Hansen. Wendy 80 Hanson, Charles 80,177 Hanson. Joe 90 Hanvey. Jcanette 80,113 Harbour, Steven 80,177 Hardy, Jess 80,160 Hardy, Lee 48,146.147 Harkins, Linda 48,154 Harless. Ruth7l Harrington. Linda 80 Harris. Brant 71 Harris, Charles 90,191 Harrison. Duane 71 Hart. Bevedy 32.33,48,121,137, 150,158,159,160,221 Hart, Wayne 71 Harvey, Michael 90 Harwood, Billie 71 Haspell, Jeff 90,1 15,1 16,189 Hatfield, Debbie 90 Hathaway, Kathryn 90 Hatton, Bruce 90,177,191 Hatton, Peggy 48 Haughn, Dennis 71,151,173,188 Haughn, Gloria 48 Hawkins, Ken 90 Hawkinson, Danny 90 Hayden, James 80 Hayes, Linda 90 Haymond, Debbie 90 Haynie, Carol 48,1 12 Haynie, Janice 80 Haynie, Kathryn 90 Healy, Anne 90 Healy, Kevin 80,101,172 Heath, Paul 80 Hebert, Barbara 90 Hedlund, Dawn 48 Hedlund, Tom 80 Heideman, Patricia 7 I Heideman, William 90 Heise, Chris 48,98, 137, 142, 145,229 Heller, Gary 71 Helvey, Brian 68,71,143,187 Helvey, Carol 90,137,150,162 Henderson, Arme 80 Hendricks, Gail 90 Hendrickson, Tom 90,177,189 Henley, David 90 Hennig, Bruce 71 Herbold, Robert 80 Hernandez, Erma 71 Hernandez, Joey 80,151,173 Hernandez, Larry 90 Hernandez, Lourdes 90 Hernandez, Luis 71,177,189 Hernandez, Tony 80,115,116 Herold, Robert 71,176 Herrera, Lucia 90 Herrera, Rick 176,189 Herrera, Tony 90 Herzberger, Lyn 98,106,137, 146,147,150 Heyer, Margaret 49.142,145,223,229 Higgins, Dail 90 High, Norman 72 Hill, Chris 72,133,137,152,161,210 Hill, Debbie 90 Hill, Robbie 49 Hilliard. Horace 177,189 Hindt, Charles 90 Hobbins, Debbie 80.137 Hogaboom, Kathleen 72,152,160 Hogaboom, Linda 80,137 Holguin, Steven 80,181 Holkesvick, Reid 80,152,176 Hollingsworth, Mary 80,1 13 Holmes, Dean 72,115.116 Holmes, Denise 49,159 Holmes, Man 49,160,217 Holmes, Tracy 90 Holmes, Tyler 49 Holzgrafe. Bruce 72 Hoover, Rick 90 Hopper, Deborah 90 Hordum, Peter 49,125 Horn, Janice 49.1 1 3.121,145,150, 158,165,229 Hornidze, Robert 49 HortonWivian 49,121,159 Houser, Dianna 50 Houston, Sheila 90 Howard, Nancy 72 Howe, Mary 50 Howell, Lynn 80 Howitt, Doran 72 Hoyle, Carolyn 50,1 14,160 Hudspeth, Gail 72 Hughes. Danny 72 Hulbert, Dan 90 231 Hulbert, Ken 72 HuU, Scott 80 Hulse, Chris 72 Humdy, Charles 72 Humdy, Samuel 50 Hume, Gary 80,162 Hume, Stephen 80,177 Humenny, Brad 72,107,143, 173,190 Humenny, Douglas 90,177,191 Humrich, Roger 72 Hunt, Melody 80,154 Hunter, Henrietta 50,160 Hunter, Theodore 72 Hurwitz, Gerald 50 Hutchison, Cathe 80 Ibbs, Diane 90 Ingouf, Margot 72 Innis, David 72 Innis, Karen 80,162,205 Innis, Karla 90,150,162 Innis, Marya 90,150,162 Ipock, Ben 72 Irwin, Geoff 90,180 Isaacs, EUen 80,137,150,152 Iverson, Marilyn 50,121 Jacobson, Geraldine 72,1 2 1,209 Jacobson, Teresa 90,1 1 3 Jaimes, Billy 80, 1 6 3, 1 65, 1 89 Jaimes, Fred 80 Jaimes, Jerry 80,1 12,273,189 Jaimes, Juanita 56,137,221 James, Becky 50,137,148 Janosko, Teresa 90 Jarchow, Diane 90 Jaurequi, Joe 72 John, Louis 90 John, Sharon 72 Johnson, Allen 72 Johnson, DeUa 90 Johnson, Karen 72,160 Johnson, Linda 90,1 1 3 Johnson, Patricia 80,112,165, 217 Johnson, Peggy 51,137,152, 204,285 Johnson, Robbie 72 Johnson, Susan 72,121,165,217 Johnson, Vicki 51 Johnston, John 90 Jones, Anthony 72 Jones, Charles 80 Jones, Cheryl 51,121 Jones, Deanne 72,121 Jones, Deborah 72 Jones, Elaine 51.1 50.159j Jones, Kenneth 72 Jones, Mike 80,182 Jones, Pamela 90 Jones, Pauline -7 2 Jones, WilUam 51,160 Jones, Winnye ' 51 Jordan, Linda 90 Jordon, Steven 80 Josephson. Marya 90 Josephson, Stephen 72,180 Joyce, Catherine 80 Joyce, Glori 9 1 Juarez, Michael 72 Juenemann, MeUnda 5 1 Jurado, Patty Kaan, David 51,112,151,179 Kahler, Laura 80 Kaihara, David 80,191 Kaihara, Ricky 72,190 Kahhoff, Craig 91 Karlsson, Lena 112 Kause, David 91,176,188 Kazebee, Mark 72 Keary, Barry 80 Kehl, Tracy 91 KeUer, Judith 32,33,52,137, 150,152,159,160,204,222 KeUer, Kathy 80 Keller, Philip 80,159 Kelley, Betty 91 Kelley, George 80 Kemmerer, Wayne 52 Keneley, Dorlene 80 Kennedy, Roxanne 91 Kennedy, Russell 81 Kenny, Jean 91 Kenson, Matthew 180 Kenyon, Penny 81 Keough, Patti91 Kem, Miriam 52,121 Kern, ShariSl Kerns, Janet 91 Kerns, Lorin 72,180 Keys, Jeffery 81 Kidd, WiUiam 81 Kime, Norgene 81 King, Debbie 81,113,205 King, Donald 91 King, Jeanne 81,114,116 Kinney, Charlotte 91 Kinsley, Kathi 72 Kipe, Louise 72,121,216 Kirk, Debra91 Kisner, Denise 52 Kisner, Diane 52 Kisor, Jim 81,171,176 Klass, Joseph 81,176 Klaustermeyer, Linda 90 Klein, Terry 52,143,15 1,178, 223 Klement, Patricia 91 Klimpel, Kathleen 91 Knapp, Robert 81,160 Knudson, Doug 72 Koehler,Aleta 81,152,162 Koetje,Adelle 52,150 Kohlenberger, Bob 9 1 Kohlenberger, Carol 72,214 Korsan, Thomas 91,189 Kozlowski, Tom 91,189 Krantz, Mike 72 Krieger, Don91,113 Kruse,Jim 81,143,180 Kuttner, William 52,115,116 Laborde, Albert 91,158 Lakatos, Car91 Lamarche, Roland 72 Lamarche, Ronald 52,151,172 Lambert, Mark 81,176 Lamboume, Dennis 91 Lamboume, Paul 52,1 12 Lankford, Anita 91 Lankford, Gary 72 Lape, Dennis 72 Lara, Arthur 81 Larock, Gregg 53 Larsen, Larry 53,1 18,150 Larsen, Melinda 81,150 Lasley, Gary 91 Latta, Victoria 81 Lauritsen, Steve 81 Lauritsen, Tern 72,132,137, 204 LaVigne, Daphne 81 LaVigne, Deidra 72,112,120,209 Lawson, Jim 81 Lawson, Robert 91 Lawson, Stephen 72 Lawyer, Janice 72,146,147 Leach, Evelyn 72 Lee, John 81 Lee, Robert 91 Leicht, Richard 81,176 Lenz, Davis 91 Leseman, Curtis 72 Lester, Nancy 91 Leverich, Gregory 91 Levoit, Francis 53,181,190 Lewis, James 91 Leyda, David 53,115 Ledya, Mary 81,114,137,162 Liedtke, Alan 91,176 Liedtke, Jim 53,181 Linder, Jane 81,120,137 Linderman, Charles 72,112,158 Lindsay, John 91,112 Linfor, Denise 91 Lisk, Roger 91 Lister, Jeanette 72 Litchfield. Russell 91 Little, Elaine 53,125,129,137, 138,145,150,153,159,213 Little, Gary 81,115,116 Loges, Norman 53,179 Lohman, Linda 91 Lohoff, Larry 72 Lohoff. Patricia 53 Long, Cheryl 91 Long, Virginia 53,137,145,159, 160,229 Lopez, Dalia 53 Lopez, Julia 72 Lopez, Mirko 54,160,222 Lopez, Rita 72,1 13 Lopez, Tony 91 Lowe, Denise 72 Lowry, Charles 72 Lozis, Cindy 81 Luce, Gordon 81 Ludwig. Richard 72 Lugo, Frank 81 Lugo, James 91 Lugo, Rachel 81 Lunn, Bonnie 54,120,137,150, 158,160 Lunn. Gregory 81 Lunn, Russell 91 Lunnon, Barbara 81,102,1 13 Lusic, Raenette 81 Luther, Linda 81 Lutz, Cari 81 Lutz, Eric 54 Lutz, JuUe 91 Lyon, Carole 81 Lyon, Janet 81.120,162 Lyon, Richard 53,143,152,178 Lyon, Stanley 91 Lyon, Wesley 72 Maas, Joy 72 Mabry, Cindy 54,150 Mabry, Robert 81,102 MacDonald, Bobby 72 MacKey, Joann 72 MacRorie, Michael 81 Madley, Christine 81 Magness, Ronnied 81 Mahoney, Kelly 91 Mahoney, Thomas 54,151,173 Mallory, Becky 81 Mancini. Allen 91 Manion. MeHnda 72 Manley, Phyllis 72,106,120,154 Manley, Thomas 81,158,180 Manning, Wayne 81,173,188 Mansfield, Darrell 54 Manuel, Bettina 72,120,148 Maravel, Primo 54 March, Michael 72 March. Sandra 91,154,155 Marcoux. Anne 72,154 Marcoux. Cheryl 91 Marquardt, WUliam 54,137,138, 143.154 Marquette, Joan 72 Marsh, Bruce 54,160 Martelle,Mark91 Martin, Allen 81,191 Martin, Diehl 54 Martin, Kimberly 91,177 Martin, Pamela 81 Martin, Ron 73 Martin, Scott 81 Martinet, Douglas 91 Martinez, Carol 73 Martinez, George 81 Martinez, Hortencia 91 Martz, Patty 81 Mascio, Carmen 91,189 Mason, Linda 81 Mason, Robert 81 Mason, Susan 91,204,205 Mason, Scott 73 Massimino, John 55,132,143, 152,178 Mateer, Bonnie 91 Matsuyama, David 73,106,137, 143,150,160 Mattson, Judith 55,120,142, 144,145,150,152,159,163,224 Maturino, Jose 91,177,191 Maturino, Lucia 55,120 Maturino, Mary 150 Maxey, ODana 55 Maxey, Ron 85 Maxwell, Laura 91 McAlister, Charles 85 McAuliffe, Carol 55,1 19,142, 145,150,152,209,221,222,229 McAuliffe, Clifford 91,177,189 McCants, Victoria 73,160,165 McCauley, Bob 102 McClain, Chyrel91 McClellan, Joyce 91 McCoy. Betty 85 McDermott, Thomas 91,176,191 McDougal, Claire 73 McDougal, David 90,180 McFarland, Elizabeth 82 Mcllvain, Zandra 93 Mcllwain, Kathleen 55,120,129, 137,150,159,214 McKell, HoUey 82 McKell, Pamela 93 McKibben, Mike 93 McKim. Cynthia 93 McKim, Phillip 187 McKinley, Jeanne 93 McKinley, Mark 82 McNerny, Mike 82,114 McVey, Sherryl 73 Mead, Doug 93,1 13 Meehan, James 82,162,180 Meehan, John 93 Mejia, Michael 93,177 Melendez, David 82 Melendez, Lionel 82,176 Melgren, Constance 82 Melgren, Mark 146,147 Mellis, Gordon 73,1 14,152 Mercado, Fred 73,151,181 Merrell, Celeste 55 Merriam, John 82,143 Merritt, April 82 Mertz, Jim 55 Messick, Pat 93 Michaud, Jeanne 93 Middleton, Donna 55,93 Middleton, Peggy 56 Miemik, Michael 73,180 Miller, Becki 93 Miller, Donna 93 Miller, Glen 93 Miller, Howard 73,158 Miller, Jim 82 Miller, John 172 Miller, John 82,158 Miller, London 93,177,189 Miller, Margaret 93 Miller, Patricia 93 Millhom, Timothy 82 Mobraten, Judy 93 Modgling, Karl 93 Moerke, Frank 82 Moerke, Rennie 93 Moerke, Virgeanne 56 Montgomery, Michael 93,158,1 77 Montoya, Rachel 93 Moody, Steve 93 Morales, Clara 56 Morales, Constance 56 Morales, Disna 82 Morales, Edmund 93 Morales, Mary 82 Morales, Scott 93 Morcos, Heyam 93 Morelli, Mike 82,177 Moreno, Alice 56,120,137 Moreno, Lydia 82 Moreno, Martha 82 Moreno, Rosemary 73 Moreno, Yolanda 82 Morgan, Janice 56 Mori, David 93 Mori, Michael 82 Morris, Danny 93,177,189 Morris, Dawn 93 Morris, Gloria 73 Morris, Jim 93 Morris, Patricia 93 Morris, Penny 73 Morris, Wayne 82,158 Moseley, Mary 82,152 Mourer, Susan 1 13 Moye, Renne 56,159 Muehl, Nicki 93 MueUer, Jakob 73 Muldoon, Karen 93 Muller, Kathy 93 Munn, Lori 93 Munoz, Victor 82,177 Murdy, Cheryl 93 Murphy, John 56 Murphy, Katherine 73 Munay, Carol 73,155 Musgrave, Wayne 93 Myers, Jim 82,191 Myers, Mike 73,177,191 Najarian, Synthia 56 Nava, Bob 93 Nava, Julie 82 Negrete, Enoch 82 Negrete, Nazario 73 Nelson, Carol 82,150 Nelson, Larry 73 Nelson, Mark 57,145 Nelson, Rick 73 Nesbit, Gary 82,180 Neuhalfen, Jeanne 82 Neville, Clayton 73 Nevins, Sandy 82,113 NeweU, Anne 57,120,133,139, 142,145,150,162,163,216,229 NeweU, John 73,143,151,173 Newhard, Donald 93,189 Newkirk, Carole 73 Newkirk, Jean 93 Newkirk, Robert 7 3 Newkirk, Thomas 93 Newman. Holly 93,162 Newman, Tom 82,162,180 Newton, Charlotte 57,121,137 150 Nickless, Michael 57,182 Nielsen, Richard 57,159 Nieto, Alex 82 Nieto, Ruth 92 Nixon, Gayle 102 Nixt, Charlotte 82 Noble, Stephen 93 Nolan, Jim 82,112,176 Norby, Chris 57,128,173 Norby, Polly 73,112,137,138, 154 Nordstrom, Kurt 93 Norman, Terry 158 Norton, Winifred 93 Notman, Debbie 73 Notman, Judy 93 Nugent, Becki 92 Nunez, Darlene 57 Nyhus, Irene 82 Ogren, John 82,162,165,180 Ojala, John 92,158 Ojala, Karen 57 Ojala, Nancy 85 Olea, Theodore 92 OUvares, Paul 73 Oliver, Johnnie 57 Omalev, Tania 73 Omalley, John 82,176 O ' Rourke, Peg 57,137,142, 145,150,161,219 Ortiz, Lupe 92 Ortmayer, Cheryl 82,121 Ortner, Connie 92 Ortner, Lois 73 Ostensen, Lyndon 82,180 Ostensen, Thomas 151,179,220 Otto, June 82 Overton, Debbie 92 Overtoom, Donald 82 Overtoom, William 92 Owens, Jesse 92 Owens, Marvin 58,134,151, 172,187,221 Pagel, Kent 82,151,160,198 Pagel. Scott 58,133,154,155, 160,163 Palacios, Ralph 92 Palacios, Raul 58,172 PaUares, Richard 82 Palmer, James 73 Palnau, EUi 92 Pankratz, Pamela 58,142,229 Parker, Cathy 58 Parker, Ruth 82 Parker, Sandra 92 Parks, Ray 82,158 Parra, Barbara 58,1 17,137 Pasco, CUfford 73 Pastor. Paul 92 Pate, James 53,131,173 Pate, Rick 92 Patton, Suzanne 73,112 Paul, Tim 82,151,187 Payan, Eileen 82 Pearce, Carol 82 Peck, Mark 92 Peek, Sharon 92 Pekarek, Bob 92,180 Pence, Tom 92,181 Perales, Andrea 82 Pereda, Alfonso 83,182,190 Pereda. Juan 181 Perez, Diane 73,154 Perez, Elvira 83 Perez, Juha 58 Periard, Pam 85 Perrone, Silvana 83 Peters, P eggy 92 Peterson, David 92,189 Peterson, Deborah 58,229 Peterson, Kristi 83 Petes, Carol 59.137,150 Petite, Duane 92,1 15,1 16 Pharris, Cheryl 74.137,165 Phillips, Gregory 83 PicqueUe, Carey 59 PUeggi, John92 Pinger, Marlene 83 Pitts, Richard 83,158 Pla, Angel 92 Pla, Jesus 59 Place, Kathi 83 Plambeck, Gary 74 Pluger, Lyn 92 Poet, Jamie 92 Poet, Kevin 92,181 Poet, Robert59,146,147,151,173 Poland, Jacki 92,150 Poling, Catherine 59,145 Pollard, Sandy 92 Pollock, Jon 85 Ponce, Ubaldo 92,181 Poole, Daniel 74 Poole, Gary 92 Post, Marianne 83 Postlethwaite, Laura 59 Postlewaite, Guy 83 Potter, Nancy 83 Potts, JaneU 74 Potts, Lise 83 Potts, Nancy 86,92 Powell, Barbara 83 Prais, Joe 83 Prazzo, Diane 92 Prazzo, Donna 92 Preston, Kim 92,189 Prindle, David 74 Prokopchuk, Scott 92,189 Pruitt, Doug 92 Prutzman, David 59,143,190 Pyron, Lari 74 Pyron, Sandra 59 Quesnel, Alan 92 Quesnel, Joan 92 Quezada, David 59 Quezada, Margaret 74 Quinlivan, Margaret 83,150 Racine. Linda 60 Ramirez. Emily 92 Ramirez, Juan 74,190 Ramos, Manuel 83 Rangel. Albert 83 Rangel, RacheUe 83 Rasmussen. Cheryl 83,205 Rankin, Janice 60,121,137 Rasmussen. Ken 83,158 Rasmussen, Paul 83, 135 Rataezyk, Peggy 92 Raub, Cindy 74,133,137.145,214 Raub. Rodney 60,129,151,152, 172 Rauhut, Karlene 60 Razo. Barbara 92,1 13 Reardon, Tom 60 Reasoner, Cindi 92 Reck, Ted 85 Recla. Kathleen 60 Redfeam, T. 92 Reed, David 92,189 Reed, Randall 74 Reed, Sherry 92 Reed, Vicky 83 Reid. Bonnie 60 Reid, Doug 83.158 Reid. Ellen 92 Renek. Karen 74 Renfrow. Alice 83.137 RevcU. Charienc 74 Reynolds. Cynthia 60,159 Reynolds, Rebecca 60,1 12 Rhea, Darrel 83,112 Rhey. Raymond 60 Rhodes. Jerry 74 Rhodes, Michael 61,151.179. 227 Ribelin. Stephanie 92 Rice. Letitia 92 Richard, Gregory 83,112 Richard, Steven 61,216 Richardi, Joann 83 Richards, Danny 92,191 Richards, Leslie 61 Richardson, Barbera 74,1 12,121 Ricketts, Paul 92 Riggs, Kathy 74 Ritchie, Dennis 92 Ritchie, Frank 92 Ritchie, Gary 92,180 Ritchie, Sandra 74 Ritchie, William 61,133,143 152,160,163 Riutcel, Carrie 83,150,152 Rivas, lerri 83 Rivera, Carlos 74 Rivera, Eddie 92 Rivera, Mary 61 Robert, Renald 92 Robert, Richard 92 Roberts, Mike 90,114,180 Robertson, Alan 83,173 Robinson, BUI 83,1 12 Robles, Henry 92,189 Robles,RosaiUe 61,137 Roccio, Suzanne 83 Rock. Sandra 92 Rodecker. Bonnie 86,92 Roden. Jean 83 Roden, Joan 83 Rodriguez. Joaquin 92,181 Rodriguez, Virginia 83 Roe. Martin 74 Roening, Debra 74,209 Rogers. Linda 94 Rojas.GUberta 83,121,150 Rojas, Steve 1 90 Rojas, Tony 74,83 Roland. WiUiam 83 Rosales, AngeUna 61 Rosas, Christine 94 Ross, Ora 94 Rowe, Harry 94 Rucker, Cynthia 74 Rucker, Patricia 61 Rueda, Gloria 94 Rueda. Michael 83 Runberg, Rozanne 83,137 Ruoff, Joy 83 Russell. Deborah 94 Russell, James 171 RusseU, Jan 83 RusseU, Kristin 94,162,165 RusseU, Robert 61,151,172,222 Rutledge, Ross 83,188 Sable, Mark 94 Safford, Ann 61,146,147,152, 154,209 Safford, Paul 68,74,135,160,180 Sakurai, Diane 83,150 Sakurai, Michael 62 Sambrano. Diana 83 Sambrano. Tony 83 Sanchez, Jennie 74 Sanderson, Brian 94,176,188 Sankey, Douglas 89 Santos, Betty 62 Say re, Donald 94,180 Scarpino. Leonard 62,1 18,150 Schaefer, Douglas 94,160 Schatzman, Ruth 137 Schiefelbein, Edna 74 Schleicher, Ray 94 Schleitwiler, Gary 62,1 12 Schmidtke, Harold 94 Schnaebele, El 94 Schubert, Claudia 62,160 Schultz, Raelyn 74,137 Schulz, Jennifer 94 Schumacher, Harold 94 Schumacher, Michele 84,150.152 233 Schumacher, Paul 74 Stockton, Judith 84 Vandenberg, Marlies 85 , 1 2 1 Wickett, Bill 85,1 12,180 Schumacher, Ted 84 Stoker, Emmett 94 Vanderburg, Marc 64,181 Wickett,Kathryn 75,142,152 Schwanbeck, Debra 94 Stolfich.Ga 94,158 Vanko, Cynthia 85 Wickett, Susan 95,106,113 Scofield, Karen 84 Scofield, Pamela 84,113 Scott, Diane 94 Sell, Michael 84 Stonich, Susan 84 Vanko, Pamela 95 Wiese, Patricia 66,152,160 j Stosch, Stephen 138,154,155 Vanover, Gloria 95 Wieser, Priscilla 66 Stoughton, Ricky 84,182 Vanrosendale, Steven 95 Wight, Dale 75 SeUers, Ben 74,160 Stoy, Kathy 84,1 13,150,152 Vantuyl, Deborah 95 Wilkins, Darla 75 Sellers, Jeanne 84 Strachan, Gary 75 Vaquera, Jessie 75 Willey, Steve 85 Selman, Deborah 94 Stradley, Samuel 84,158,189 Vargas, Jessie 85 Williams, Greg 75,151,172 Sengstock, Linda 113 Strickland, Lisa 95 Vargas, Joe 85 Williams, Jerri 85 Serrano, Helen 113 Strickler, Robert 84 Vargas, Sandra 75 Williams, Jimmy 75 Severns, Lynn 74,102,121,154,176 Sevems, Tom 189 Sharsky, Diane 74 Shaw. John 62,138,154 Strong, Mira 95 Varnum, Dorothy 75 Williams, Steven 95 Stryker, Elaine 95 Vasquez, Anthony 75 Willis, Judy 95 Stuart, Bob 75,191 Vasquez, Phillip 85 Wills, Daren 75 Shaw, Lawrence 84 Stucker, Andrew 32,33,63,139, Vasquez, Ted 3 3,65. 1 1 3, 138, 154, 155 Wilman, Bertha 75 Shaw, Teri 74 143,145,216 Vaughan, Nancy 95 Wilson, JUl 75,112,121,137,142 Shoemaker, Bruce 84,115,116,152,178 Studley, Teddy 84 Velazquez, Joaquin 85 Wilson , Joanie 75, 112, 154,209 Shoemaker, Dennis 94,114,116 Suarez, Maurice 75 VendrelL Susan 65,129,137,139, Wilson, John 85,180 Shriver, Christine 62, 134, 137, 166 Summerford, Janet 84,150 146,147,150,154,160 Wilson, Sally 75 Shute, Michael 62,118,150,221, Sutton, Cynthia 95.154 Verhoef, Tom 95 Wiseman. Jean 85 225 Sutton, Pamela 63,152 Verley, Connie 95 Wiseman, Shelley 66,121,132, SidweU, Sue 84 Suzuki, Debra 63,159 Verley, Wayne 65,190 142,229 Simmons, Irene 94 Swartz, Catherine 113 Villanueva, Mario 85,276,191 Wood, Carol 95 Simonson. Richard 94 Sweet, John 95,191 Villegas, Sandra 75 Wood, Elaine 75 Simpson, Celeste 94 Sykes, Joe 63 VirbUa, Kay 75 Wood, Janet 68,75,121,134, Simpson, Judith 33,62,121 Szajna, Paul 75 Voccia, Edward 75,145,154,155,160 152,165 Simpson, William 94 Szevin, Marie 75 VoUmer, Robert 95,191 Wood, Tammy 66,112 Sindelar, Debra 94,150 Vong, James 85 Wood, Virginia 66 Singer, Gary 84,180 Woods, Donald 95 Sirmons, Nancy 84,112 Woods, Jane 66 Skibbins, Lynn 74 TafoUa, Kathy 84 Woods, Linda 66 Sly, James 84,162 Tamblyn, David 95 WaddeU, Cynthia 75 Woodson, Marie 75 Smith, Darlene 94 Tanner, Brooke 75,214 Waddell, Timothy 95,191 Woodward, Georganne 66, 137, 150 Smith, Gayla 94 Tarr, Sara 95,160 Walchak, Jim 85 Woody, Teresa 85 Smith, Janet 74 Taylor, MaryEUen 84 Wales, Edward 189 Woolery. Joseph 75,151.173 Smith, Karen 74 Teal, Linda 64 Walker, Aileen 85,137 Woolery. Steve 85 Smith, Kevin 74 Teasdale, Robert 64,152,159,160 Walker, Stephen 95 Wooten. Monica 85 Smith, Lynne 94 Teasdale.RusseU 85,154,160 Walker, Steve 85 Workman. Frank 66.139,143.187 Smith, Michelle 74,220 Thayer, Scott 64 Wallace, Marie 85,152 Workman. Lucinda 1 1 3 Smith, Richard 180 Thayer, Steven 85 Walsh, Dick 75 Wormley. Patricia 75,204 Smith, Terry 94 Thomas, Antoinette 95 Walter, Philip 181 Wormley. Sue 95 Smothermon, David 94 Thomas, Jeff 95 Walters, Kenneth 75 Worrell, Randy 75,151 Snook, Barbara 150 Thomas, Larry 64 Walters, Kent 85 Wortmann, Cathy 95 Snook, Kathy 62 Thomas, Sherry 64 Walters, Linda 75,121 Wright. Scott 66,129,139,143, Snyder, Linda 63 Thompson, Cynthia 137,150 Waltz, Lloyd 85,158 151,187 Snyder, Mary 75,137 Thompson, James 95 Waltz, Robert 65 Wright, Carol 75,204,205 Snyder, PhilUp 94,180 Thompson, Verilee 85 Wardrop, Leah 65,1 13 Wright, John 66,139,143,151, Solberg, Caryl 63 Thomson, Charles 85 Ware, Marc 95,181 179 SoUs, Ricardo 84 Tighe. Michael 85 Warfield, Michael 75 Warner, Paul 95 Warnock, Patricia 65.112 Wright, Lawrence 66,139,155 Sollenberger, Kent 84 Tipton, Robert 172 Wright, Janet 75,112 Sothcott, Edward 75 Tipton, Sarah 95 Warren, David 85 Wright, Thomas 95 Spalding, Rick 94 Titus, Larry 95 Warren, Jeff 85 Wygal, Julie 75 Sparks, Peggy 94 Tobey, Mike 64,1 18,150,225 Wascher. Thomas 85,1 12,181 Wyman, Pamel 95 Speck, Jerry 94 Tomberg, Bonnie 95 Watkins, David 85 Wynn, Byron 66 Spencer, Trent 75 TomUnson, Mark 85 Watson, Tim 75 Spillman, Nancy 91,113 Traylor, Candace 95 Watt, Daniel 95 Spindle, Fredrick 63 Treat, Karen 75,121 Watten, Wayne 75,137,143,173,188 Spindle, Paul 94,191 Treat, Linda 95,99 Watts, Leslie 95,137,150,154,162 Yarber, Emeriann 85 Spooner, Peter 94 Trigg, Brian 95,177 Webb, Deborah 95 Yarbrough, Claude 95,150 Squires, Christopher 63 Trinidad, Virginia 95 Webb, Cheryl 85 Yarbrough, Mark 95 Stack, Danny 84 Trout, Richard 75,152 Webb, Denny 75,151,182 Ybarra, Martha 66,95,165 Stalcup, Roger 94 Trussa, Dolores 75 Weeks, John 95,1 14,1 16 Ybarra, Sylvia 85 StanfiU, Debbie 94 TunstUl, Paula 85 Weide, Chris 85 Yett, Garlan 95 Stanley, Becky 84 Turman. Pamela 95 Weil. James 85 Young, Martha 75 Stark, Lisa 84 Turner, Julia 64,146,147,152,154, Weindling, Brent 85 Young. Vicki 66,129,142,152, Starkey, Lois 75,137 159,160 Welch, Jill 85,134 209,226,229 Starkey, Tom 68,75,137,221 Tyler, Mark 75 Welch, Lynn 75 Yount, Roger 85,143,151,162, Stearman, James 75 Wendel, Debbie 85.150,152 179 Stebbins, Terry 84 Wennerberg, David 95 Stem, David 94 UUmann, Mary 95 Wennerberg, Ronald 65,172 Stephens, Afton 84,112 UUmann, Michael 85 Wensel, Jayna 85 Stephens, Lynn 94 UUoa, Carol 85,95 Werts, Cynthia 65,150,160.217 Stephenson, John 84,176 Umstot, Dana 64,172 Werts, Mark 95,1 14,1 16 Stephenson, Sandra 94 Wetherill, Mark 85 Sternberg, Martha 84 Wetherill, Rene 65 Stevens, Jean 94,113 Whetstone, Mary 85 Stevenson, Lynn 94 Valencia, George 75 White, David 65 Stevenson, Robert 84 Valenzuela, Carmen 85 White, Don 85 Stiftler, Randy 84 Valenzuela, Gilbert 95 White, Joan 95 Stiles, Bryan 94 Valenzuela, JuUe 64 White, John 95 Stiles, Joanne 63,216,229 Valenzuela, Robert 85 White, Kenneth 75,189 Stiles, Lemoyne 84 Valenzuela, Ronnie 95 White, Thomas 95 Stipe, Guy 84,114 Valenzuela, Sandra 95 Whiteside. 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