Gahr High School - Memoriae Aureae Yearbook (Cerritos, CA)

 - Class of 1976

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X w 111 1 cf 1' N 1 K X X 17 MQ I 111 1 U I , D 'x N? . xx' if Involvement 21 22 Involvement gawk :sw as Q 1 Martial Arts Founded to promote the arts of our school, was the Martial Arts Club. This group gives participants a chance to perform and entertain through skill They share styles and techniques such as Tae Kwan DoKarate,judo and Kenpo. Melvin Amante - president, Cipi Armiio, Steve Wellbaum,john Placente, Dell Leeman, Robert Berrardi, Greg Murakami, Rita Armijo, Marco Melrose, Craig Kasumi, David Scott, Mrs. Sharon Dragonetti - advisor. Involvement 23 'E X , S 'Sha I Iuvulvrmrm 1x 4' .gm 'MAE mf , 1 , A Www s 'yn MQW' ww "" Bl W:--'E fu. ln? ,.-fx., . K an-Q f V wk -an-W, V5 . V 1 . N' 5 is V , 1 Ll? A fm 1 . mf" V 'V f w ,zflffvr ge , .A , , AEVf,r'x,'f'- 3,n',??'gf ' .VIV f is A' J 5151- ' 7f1I'?59?' A Q, i 9 ' . if D 5 W f G' ' i ,n, . J' 'bf' A M T1 AV 0 , A ,Jfl 4 1 -. 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X X A , . , ., W Involvement 25 n k k TUBAS Marco Melrose Lynn Vlasschaert Dan Slavin David Scott BARITONES Chris Whelan Janice Dummer john Spitz TROMBONES Tim Thomas Rick Pacente Randy Dueck Alan Leon Bob Saria FRENCH HORN Dan Dobucki Bret Kirk jeff Wiersma David Spitz FLUTES Robin Saria Kim Reuter -Ionette Allen Judy Kubes Sue Homer Kathy Van Saun Teresa Merten Dana Quan Cathy Ferdula SAX Tim Youngerman Brian McGi1very Gary Felien Diane Gorman David Libhart Wayne Hutchins Mark Cardiban Steve Rack 26 Involvement st r K DRUMS Ed Saico Scott Eccles jeff Reuter Dan Mora Eugene Tapia Robert Arthur Paul jones Sheree Poitier ,Io Cobbarubia Steve Fife Mike Lee OBOE Liz Hausmann STRING BASS john Pacente gk L CLARINETS Debbie Gorman Colleen Martinson Cris Burton Robbin Kirk Charlene Dueck Barbara Itson Richard Salcido Steve Bachman Kathy Pollet BASS CLARINET Brenda Van Zee Debbie Lowe Marty Winchester Russ Okimoto Keith Shimizu Karen Reuter Mary Longshaw Carol Takeuchi jane Carlstrom ALTO CLARINET Carrie Quan Shirley Nichols TRUMPETS I jay Colacecchi Rob Stevens Steve Howe Robert Burnett Greg Vick Danny Ruben Scott Byers jim Pope john Pope Kathy Porter Mike Garcia ASST. DRUM MAJOR Wayne Hutchins DRUM MAJOR john Pacente BAND DIRECTOR Mr. Ken Haar MAJORETTES Kathy Ramsey Kelly Baughman BANNERS Dani Preuss Mary West Stacie Fife Debbie Zirnstein Tammy Carter April Goltra Kim Parks Genelle Knoph Lisa Grant Dyan Lanier TALL FLAGS Bonnie Deets Terri Uva Cindi Grillo Connie Putt Lilia Meza Kathy Douglas Della Bjerke Cindy Toburen X? Qt l "' .. I -ms J, me X. V Q,eez?z'yzqz vs? 1 - . Zi., I tii-ii 5 Q ' fs te X, sg,- X J 4' . 3 X K . 'if 'i -.5 P Involvement 27 Under the supervision of Virgina Schumm, Pep Squad practiced, laughed, argued, promoted spirit and suffered through Weekly weigh-ins which were usually accompanied by The squads worked and enjoyed good times together as well as separately. Hard working Varsity Yell and Song were busy throughout the summer preparing for NCA camp at which both squads earned trophies. During the school year many long and sometimes tedious hours were spent on cheers and competition routines. j.V. Yell showed their undying spirit throughout the entire year supporting Frosh, Soph and ,I.V. teams of every sport. The new members to Pep Squad, The Flag Girls, added extra spirit and color on the field. Also, the help that Lynne Nagata, Pep Commissioner, provided at rallies and games gave Pep Squad members the extra time that was needed to practice individual routines. 28 Involvement s.. T' if A - jfs l. VARSITY YELL: Bab Huff, Czlthi Byrd, Terri Robarge, Lil Hasket, Denise Kekich, Debbie Zuniga, Tanya Mullinax, Cindy Riley, and Lisa Setzer. 2. SONG: Dawn Umari, Tammy Hilbrands, Cindy Carrillo, Kirsten Andersen, Tamara Oliver, Vickie Koehlien,julie Fishb:tcj,joni Valley. 3. FLAG: Gena Bofill, Cendy Cogbill, Lori Bucannan, Dawn Sendeldorfer, Chris Hendon, and Marie Abernathy. 4. j.V. YELL: Valerie Brezula, Shannon Knight, DaNetta Matlin, Christy Martin, Deni Bynum, Vickie Wilson, Dawn Bowman, and Patty Tynan. S. HEAD SONG: Kirsten Andersen. HEAD YELL: Debbie Zuniga. COMMISSIONER OF PEP: Lynne Nzlgzlta. HEAD FLAG: Chris Hendon. ,,, 3 S Involvement 29 J X N., J T 'u J x XJ .H x J X X Y. . J gx ' xJ XJ X, X., RN X .QA X Xgksyg A X N xi X X 'J 1 XX X, x j - x 30 Involvement Involvement 31 . A . u i- :ui "Z, -we. . ' ,ia.'fil- , . it it , i,,i,,MM w-sw . , if ' :ily l.?+Ih'l2rli.'1:avi:.i.i,x'm"i Pep Club Blue and gold clad Pep Club members could be seen scurrying across campus or busily working in front of room 212 in a new role this year. Efforts to encourage school spirit, led by Lynne Nagata, Gahr's first Pep Commissioner, included painting - A 2 A . signs for all games, selling Friday 6 helping sell programs at games, and supporting rallies and games with their contagious enthusiasm. MEMBERS: Tammy Andrews, Isi Bagiole,-Iannine Beall, Kim Bergman, Debbie Bockius, DeeDee Bockius, Karen Borsch, Lucy Cox, Susan Eble, Robin Edward, jackie Ervin, Marvin Gibson, Mona Granado, Diana Gutierrez, Helen Haney, Lori Herbst, Natalie jones, Diana Kealy, DeeDee La Bier, Teri Langcaster, Eileen Locke, Cindy Lorraine, Betty Ann Meadows, Yolanda Mendez, Vienna Merten, Sally Munoz, Melanie Nelson, Susan Nelson,-Iana North, Carrie Palmer, Pam Perry, Sherrie Poinier, Bridget Poole,,Ianet Price, Phyllis Reeves, Cheri Reynolds, Dori Rios, Rose Romero, Tina Sosa, Teri Stevens, Gwen Taylor, -Io Victor, Barbie Watson, Arlene Winegarden, Lynne Nagata, Pep Commissioner. Mrs. Cziraki and Mrs. Molter, ADVISORS. 52 Involvement Dr1ll Team Karen Allart Mary Archuleta Carol Buford Terry Byrd Susan Drube Mary Echiverri Priscilla Estrada Tammy Galster Carol Garcia Denise Gima Cheryl Glines Pam Graf Carol Hall jennifer Hall Peggy Hanenberg Michele Higa Leigh Ann Kern Debbie Koehnlein Carla Ladenburger Jeanne Little Judy Lynch Gail Makepeafe Kathy Martinez Pam Matthews Shirley Putt Eileen Rafter jane Roberts julie Rosales Klitaya Savanapred Mary Schaap Delia Tapia Gail Taylor Tori Tebbutt jennifer Walgren Stephanie Warren Involvement 33 Drill Team One of the more spirited and dedicated groups on campus is Drill Team. Their hard work at practice brought them a second place trophy at the Artesia Parade and excellent performances at competitions. Half- times at football games proved to be imcwinative and entertaining. Led by Susan Drube, assistant Cheryl Glines, and advisor Miss Volta, Drill Team had another outstanding year. 34 Involvement 09 "'!'1m,x s,kJ X 9 'a -lx 3 53 3 Z1 1 'FLPFIAIQHQLQQL Vgugg 1 A. v . Involvement 35 it arm W. ww ,V ,,.-, .Map The Thespians, Choir and Madrigals are three organizations on campus under the direction of Mrs. Joyce Donahue. The Thespian troupe 2995 is affiliated with the International Thespian Society. Admittance is earned through a point system earned by participation in Gahr . and other dramatic activities. The Madrigals and the Choir were busy performing during the year for other schools and community groups. The Christmas Concert and Spring Musical were two of the major events of the year. Thespians Mary Archuleta, Mike Bowmanjennifer Bozart,-Julie Collins, Mary Echiverri, Tim Gollmer, Richard Gouderault, Anna-Lisa Knudsen, Linda Martin Pam Matthews, Sharon Morrison, Scott Mitchell, Lynne Nagata, Tracy Redden, Katarina Saworotnow, Debbie Steneck, Ruth Sumpter, Tim Thomas, Sharon Thompson, Mrs. joyce Donahue - advisor. 36 Involvement A ,. l Y x Madrigals Sandi Navarro, Terri Blank, Tracy Redden, Leslie Watkinshlody Shultz, Linda Martin, Sharion Morrison, Phyllis Reaves, Dawn Creavalle, Ruby Bensley, Curtis jenningsjacques Averett, Scott Morrison, David Rainwater. Choir Michelle Anderko, Lynn Anthony,-Iacques Averett, Ruby Bensley, Debi Bockius, Becky Cantu, Linda Dickens, Marga Dullaart, Mae Hashimoto, Peggy Kilburn, Stacy Klipper, Lauao Laulu, Cindy Layton, Paula Lyndon, Sara Navarro,jane North, Todd Peterson, Mark Roberts, Mary Ruiz, Charlene Sumpter, Norman Tablett, Faatnai Ulimasao, Debi Townsend, Laura Wandler, Leslie Watkins, Maralynda West, Lori Williams. .,.f,"J , x S ,. il Y i 1 it il, li ii r,' Involvement 37 l German Club Many activities occurred throughout the year starting with Homecoming. Their "Snoopy Care won the Song Theme award. The club then held its fourth annual OU Deeembef 18, once again a good time was had by all. German food, singing and dancing made the evening a success. Other activities included pretzel and candy sales, a snow trip to Big Bear, school beautification projects, a tasting party, a field day to U.C. Irvine and to top off the year a wonderful Banquet. Ester Arnold-Bik, Robin Ardunio, Terri Blank, Bill Ball, Richard Barquerra, Kirk Bowman, Tom De Soto, David Doucette, Mike Evans, Ian Fallis Gary Felien, Karen Franklin, Lisa Grant, Art Haaswyk, Karen Hanes, Larry Hein, Marvin Hom, Christina Hurt, Mike Hurbert, Mark Kardiban, Pankai Khanclelwal, AnnaLisa Knudesen, Patty Kurata,-Iohanna Rassmussen, Denise Rosenblatt, Marc Rosenblatt, Susan Sanders, Russell Satoda, Jenifer Schultz, Katarina Saworotnow, Cindy Toburen, Albert Valle, Tim Welch, Tim Wilson, Wally Wong. 38 Involvement X! .1-NA: ,hgf ' ' U.M.A.S.C. Continuing to spread understanding and friendship the members of U.M.A.S.2 have spent still another year in fun and Money raised at car washes, sales, dances, and the carnival have gone to community members in need. Campus service and a good time are priorities with this club. Veronica Agundea, Linda Allain, Liz Alivirdrez, Micheal Chavez, Cathy Chavez, Ruth Cniz, Leonard Diaz, Elaine Duran, Carlos Garcia, Erma Campos, Linda Gonzales, Ray Gonzales, Carol Guzman, Vincent Guzman, Renee Gardea, Virgina Granado, Billy Grajeda, Norma Levy, Alex Martinez, Pat Martinez, Strphanie Meyer, john Orpeza, Sherrie Poitier, Yvonne Rios, Cookie Ramirez, Vince Valadez, Al Valle. One Way The One Way Club was designed to serve as a meeting place for Christians on campus who wanted to fellowship, sing and pray together. The Bible Studies were led by Mrs. Molter and Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Hart spent extra hours helping with activities during the year, including a float for Homecoming. The club was open to all who wished to come and share the Christian spirit Phillis Reaves, Debbie McCormick, Lucy Cox, Martha Navarro, Lisa Mendez, Marty Winchester, Brenda Van Zee, Debbie Steimerhluliejewell, Sherie Potier, Karen Reuter, Cindy Cicco, Art Hernandez, Linda Wolfe, Dave Rotarius, Brian Wiswell, Owen Reaves, Bob Hausmann, Brad Young. i. ,, Y X '1- ll l,,..i W M if, Spanish Club Belonging to the Spanish Club meant participating in a lot of group activities such as going to Disneyland, their annual tasting party, the E 6 , Spring picnic, the end of the year banquet, and attending football games as a group. MEMBERS: L. Ahuna, B. Anderson, Y. Arbiso,j. Arriola, R. Benudix, T. Campenale, B. Castenada, T. Dillard, M. Echeverri, L. Farmer, M. Felsher,j. Guzman, G. Hitomi, C. Hom, D. Hubbard, R. Hubbard, D. Icenogle, D.jenkins, C. Kusumi, L. Lamarra, D. Lopez, L. Lopez, F. Magana, D. McCormick, S. McDonald, L. Mendez, G. Merikami, S. Meyerson, S. Morrison, E. Nakata, M. Navarro, D. Padilla, E. Rafter, M. Rodriguez, A. Ruyball, M. Sanders,j. Schleich, V. Smith, D. Steiner, C. Sumpter, R. Sumpter, C. Tanner, G. Thiele, S. Tompson, P. Triblet, F. Ulimasao, B. Varela, C. Vernon, T. Volden,j. Wiersma, R. Wirth, L Lazare, L. Mesa,j, Cicco,j. Bagoli, A. Silvas, K. Phelps, S. Phelps, D. Risbon, O. Alvarado, L. Watkins, M. Hashimoto, K. Pollet, R. Vanwy, D. Leeman, D. Gutierrez. THE SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS are: D. Navarez, President, K. Rafter, Vice President, L. Baldwin, Treasurer, and C. Theile, Secretary. THE ADVISORS are: Mrs. Gazurian, Mrs. Gary, and Miss Volta. 40 Involvement 'im , W., , .J French Club The French Club enjoyed Working together to promote French culture. Their activities include enjoying G foods, escaping to the mountains for a festive weekend, and supporting school activities. They were proud this year to have taken sweepstakes for car decorating during Homecoming week with 'QGuillotine Neff." g Kevin Donyes, President, Linda Wolfe, Secretary, Danielle Tremblay, Vice President, Rick Wells, Treasurer, Sam Padace, Historian. Mrs. Callard, Advisor, Delia Garcia, Margarita Gutierrez, Diana Literas Rosemary Koes, Lori Silvas, Keith Hutchins, Sheri Shumaker,-Joni Ramsey, Rosemary Bendeck, Linda Bragg, Mark Peters, Tad Pinkerton, Mark Huestis, Gary Felien, jon Saito, Miss Thames fadvisorj, Bob Miller, Kim johnson, Vicki Healy, Maria Gutierrez, Cindy Hargis, Peter Bogia, Anna Trigeros, Carolyn Blaize, Pat Madrid, and Diane Starling. lf.B.L.A. Future Business Leaders of America is not only a club for business students hut also a club for fs f' ' x young adults. F.B.L.A. has made holiday gifts for Senior Citizens and patients in the hospitals who are unable to get out and celebrate. MEMBERS: Phyllis Reaves, Kim Oehring, Kim johnson, Lorri Ropeter,joanne Carlson, Lucy Cox, Mary Parson, Theresa Merten, Roger jineshlerry jines,-John Kotake, Kim Clark,joni Ramsey, Mrs. Neher, Advisor. -1:11 K Involvement 41 Varsity Club David Salcido, Steve Swartz, Mark Mendez, Silveen D'Orazio, james Arriola, Tony Eckles, David Burrows, Ron Harper, Mark Estrada, Dan Biddle, Mike Tebbutt,joem Seminara, Chet Beatty, David Fay, Craig Incardone, Alan Takeuchi, Ivlike Lueras, Danny I-Iemandez, Mike Hedtke, Rick Wieth, Paul Huffman,joe Valenzuea, john Helzer, Steve Fife, Donn Thompson, Mike Lee, Ted Garcia, joe Wiersma, Wayne Folsom, Paul james, Mr. Wray - advisor. 3 Composed of members with high academic standings, the California Scholarship Federation's main objective is to raise money to provide scholarships for graduating seniors. Along with their efforts to raise money is their desire to explore academic interests. This year the club traveled to various colleges and universities in the Southern California area. 42 involvement , 1 9' Me dia Guild The purpose of the Media Guild is service. Club members volunteer their time to work in the library before, after school, at snack and lunch. They check in and out books to students, help process new to be added to the shelves and assist students in finding materials. The Club contributes much in the way of service, this year a Christmas canned food drive made the holidays brighter for many. The club projects include supporting school spirit and campus beautification. MEMBERS: Mike Coriaty, Randee Wolff,jessica Hamil, Alan Ankenbauer, Mark Webb, Sam Padace, Craig Kasumi,jean Mickey, Debbie Flora, Diane Vander Elst,-Jodie Migliore, Greg Murakami, Cathy Azlin, Debbie Altermarino, Andera Gray, Sharon Thompson, Kathy Lucus, Betty Meadows, Lori Craig, Debbie Schaefer, Diane Gutierrez, Tim Gray - president, Bob Flora -- vice president, Elaine Nakata - secretary,john Vertido - treasurer, Andre Gray - historian. Home Economics Honor Society Debbie Grillo, Sandy Graff, Sharon Kaltenbach, Karen Morris,joAnn Bonnema, Brenda VanBeek, Martha Doty,julie Fishbeck, Nettie Najaf, Kathy Azlin. FQRUM Staff The FORUM staff, headed for the second year by senior Sherri Blank, has been an issue each month. In bl' h' order that the FCRUM can be free to Gahr students, staff members have sold ads and sport programs to raise money for publication costs. M-'P' Managing editor Steve Manoogian has headed ad sales and kept the books, in addition to his work. Clayton Muns, copy editor and rewrite man, has assisted page editors Natilie Gayou, Bev Hom, Donna jenkins and Tim Wilson by reading and correcting copy, writing headlines and rewriting stories that don't meet Forum standards. In addition to these jobs he handles exchanges with other school papers. Sam Pedace, Mike Bowman, Perry Tribolet, Bill Anderson, and Ron Casteel comprise the reporting section of the Forum staff. Marvin Hom and Shane 3" Thompson furnish pictures for the staff. Having won a certificate of merit for outstanding columns in the previous X year, the Forum staff hopes to receive more awards for this year,s work. . 44 Involvement Involvement 45 B iw 46 Student Life A 84111015 1911015 Student Life 47 Rallies L. in T"-N-Q-..., . -.. i 4-...Mosq- , N '-Qs... 48 Student Life bn r 4 ,yy X .JS .J,..t'-5 . -u K 'W .,..a--H " Student Life 49 A Night of One Acts On the evenings of December 11, 12, 13, four comedies of various styles were pre- sented to an interested audience. Theater of the absurd was seen in Q'The Bald Soprano." The unusual dialogue was per- formed by Tim Gollmer, Katarina Saworotnow, Steve Wellbaum, Sandi Navarro, Les- lie Watldns and Joanne Lauridsen-Bache. "The Marriage Proposal" written by Anton Chekhov, is a Russian play whose is derived from interaction between people in real life situations. This one act play was performed by Carmen Landa, Mike Bowman and Glenn Lauridsen-Bache. Woody Allen's 'QDeath Knocks" proved to be a great vehicle for comedians Tim Gollmer and Steve Wellbaum. The ever popular melodrama, complete with boo's and hisses literally rounded out the evening with "Run to the Round House Nellie, He Can't Corner You There." 50 Student Life wr-s-...,r.,..N,r.-r.., . rt . . .N . .a .Ms..am...,.. W..... . .. . l jennifer Brimley, Pam Matthews, and Alec Koo in "Run to the Round House Nellie, They Can,t Corner You The-ref' Carmen Landa and Glenn Lauridsen-Bache acting out their part in "The Marriage Proposal? Stage Manager Debbie Steneck and her crew set the stage for the evening's performance. Leslie Watkins makes up Alec Koo. Steve Wellbaum and Tim Gollmer improvise their own skit, "Death Knocks." li 4 Student Life Magic of Mistletoe The holiday season was brightened this year with the "Magic of Mistletoef, the annual Christmas Dance. The event was brought together with a great effort by the Drill Team. Volker, Dunham, and I-iard provided the The brightest moment of the evening came when Pam Mat- thews was crowned 'QSnowball Queenv by drill team leader Susan Drube. Pamls court was com- pleted by Dani Preuss and Debbie Zuniga. 52 Student Life Q i y, s. gf . g . ' -'-wx.. 3' L wt: .ji-'diift -ff .W-1 - ?:Ev.LaKn x' V' Q' .R it ' J iw-,.'i'f'i .4 ' V g,qu.,:+gff55f:M , M f flif 'Qi' T f f' it A ' 31' lfsw.'+-'HQJFQE s 5 J V f fa .X J NFB .f .FA ,. Q 1 X . fl 1 :! S .4 1' .y J . x 5 , f ini- Q... Awww' Student Life 53 Yuletide Spirit On December 19 the Madrigals, Choir, and the Thespians put on a special Christmas Assembly. Under the direction of Mrs. Donahue the choir and Madrigals sang traditional Christmas 8 helped to boost the spirit of the season. The Thespians ended the occasion with the telling and acting of the story, 'QHOW the Grinch Stole Christmas." It was evident that a lot of time and hard work was put into preparing the production. As winners of the classroom decorating contest, Mr. Wray's and Mr. Walshls classes contributed to the Christmas spirit along with the German club's Weihnachtsfest. 54 Student Life is , 7' Student Life 55 Iud in Gahrlanc 1. Mrs. Dragonetti and Melvin Arnante show prowess in Martial Arts. 2. Chump Change Dancers in rhythm. 5. Gahr Dance Band performs "Preservation Rock Traces." 1 56 Student Life ...t-swwsw-N...N,QW .I ,Q Q7 ,r x Y Z 4 . f 3 MQ11' UW. +fr:' s Ami 9 1414, LF 1 - ' Mig-Qc0"'??W -KLM, U14 auch .A- cfot, ei 7 Tgaqa' AA' ef '4"h"4!i'Pz! LL'-fri. rj 43,3-,gf f T?zL"' fl 'iff'-Le , fi 'y 'Wat "N2""1L 194-cu-L ,Wien ik -fLA.2R.i,-t, - pf 1.-,K Vaavbi at was fmm e e 2353 N 1. Masters of Ceremonies - Katerina 2. The Madrigals singing "The Sow T :V . KVK. ms T and Steve Wellluzilnm. Measles." I . 1 Y N . . ."T an .....t.. , , Q z "Judy in Gahrlandv was the theme for the 5th Annual Variety Show. Directed by Mrs. Joyce Donahue, the production brought to the school's attention of many of our students at Gahr. As the title states, there was a wide vari- ety of entertaining acts and the show was once again a great success. Student l,i fc 57 1. The "Fame,' of jennifer Brimley. 2. Drill Team Small Precision dance to "Honeybun 5. Chump Change Dancers 2 l , 58 Student Life 1. Katerina Snworotnow, Clizirlene and Ruth Sumpter, and Leslie Watkins, known :is the "Four Execs" sing "Wliei'c' Can You Take :1 Girl? 2. Cipriano Armijo caught in action. 3. Masters of Ceremonies - Tim Gollmer and Steve Vlfellbaum. 4. Aglician of Soul performs "Medley of Power." if 3 4 Student Life 59 This year the carnival sponsored by the Gahr band was the greatest ever! Not only was it the most profitable year in Gahr's Carnival history but it was the first year in quite awhile that it hadnlt rained! The fact that there was O ra was probably the major cause for the large income. However, most of the credit has to go to the Gahr students, parents and faculty members who spent many long hours working towards that goal. 51683 60 Student Life Band Carnival 1 .f ' J...-n--u ll 2 , 14 :A JH-i-A-a..l..5 ,,,rf' 1 J A f,.. .,, ff? - + 1 X 1 .uVZ'izQ SQMQVFVYW Qi? E s v 'ix Student Life 61 62 Student Life Activities ranged from having your friends and enemies put into the choiris jail for only a quarter, dunking the drill team,s lovelies, to spending money in order to win money from the F.B.L.A.'s jingle board. Throughout this ' 0 t I C activity the Asian American club, U.M.A.S.C., Cadets and the Class of '78 kept up our strength with delicious Asian food, burritos, pizza and the peren- nial hot dog. It,s no wonder that all who attended had a good time. L X l ',.,, ,.,t c,sv cccl 2 R f A E my is -weft .6 .. t Student Life 65 ON XL U L5 up , fy K 'by db Q61 NQCXG7 QQ FN , wfN" Xkjy5?jM ,Xb .XXQAL 57 X369 D 'ibxkmgu L, do X Vxfff DDL ' V ' Z0 LQJJUJXS CX Qi 'wk 'X . - ' CIC 'X 64 C Omperifion UHMPEWITIO 1 N Competition 65 Nj' Q , . K M' - K XX is . .ihx 1 m ,. XX X A M sm- . ix + N, Q 5 sf. 5 11 . FX ga: f. f K 1 X x.f"'x vt , Aiigi' S s 4 . 1 -.l 5, g 4 3' S ' N Q K 5 V 4 S IR 3' . if '.1' ' - -Q. fl- AEXA , K S gf i X KX . Q , ie-. Z! K . . M h 0 ,Q 4: am 13 Q- , Q P S g ,Q . Qsaggxyi P. A Lv' ey 5 L , ., ,, 1, A L' ,, 1 ,. X is X X 'E X x X x X X W farsityfI.V. Cross Country wi l 6990636 LV. TEAM MEMBERS .nk Bennett n Benudiz n Cauley ld Eccles n Edwards n Finnell in Galloway vid Gregory Dwayne Hidalgo Ed Miedema Russ Okimoto Bob Pacheco Bob Saria Bob Stevens Danny Villarreal Carl Ziegler 2. VARSITY TEAM MEMBERS Dennis Arriola jim Arriola Fred Becker Ron Buttler Roy De Groot Ian Fallis Paul Huffman Gilbert Martenez Competition 67 Gahr had another fine year in Cross Country. jim Arriola and Roy DeGroot both won medals at League finals, with lst and 8th place respectively. jim fin- ished league champion for the 3rd straight year. I-Ie also was unbeaten in dual meet competition. The Varsity team won a berth to C.I.F. by finishing second in the Suburban League. The j.V.s had an outstanding season and our hopes for Varsity next year are great. 68 Competition YW A is lf' it l s W K lrik K X K! J .- . 'ns .5 , . fl IK!! if ,fr ff I 1 1 'f 'ili fl if lift g . V " f t i --... QQ -or ' ff ' f 's'. if ,cf if if X f of fff ' N' L ffff - fi i A if af X' , if ,W V ki, i, gW?9q ,, 5 ff 4 ,vga AE "X Aw kai' fn 31, Abu, lam: t. on JL Q" of 4 iv7"i wfzuw,-.M ' wwf ' 4, ,mme we e., 2,-w Gladiator runs to victory. Brad Eccles stride for stride. Coach Edwards with managers, Kathy Rafer and Linda Baldwin. The pains of practice result in victories for the .I,V.s. 'TWH ,n' ,iv iffi' , - 2 l i LH Q " i -I 0 A -.4 3 4 Competition 69 az- yi . 'F' CJ' P A Q, mr:,n"5 TOP ROW, L to R - Mike Klein, Donn Thompson, Mike johnson, Silveen D'Orazio, Ron Harper, Mike Bliffen,john Helzer,-Ioe Valenzuela, Dave Hernandez, Mike Butt, Mark Looper, Paul james, Steve Fife, Mike Parks, Scott Van Hofwegen, Greg Meyerhofer. FIRST ROW - Coach Rich Olson, Coach jim Wray, Dewayne Decker,joe Wiersma, Rod Smith, Mark Patton, Kenny Macnew, Bob Holland, Greg Schoonover, Mike Tebbutt, Mike Lueras, Danny Hernandez,john Lee,-lim Lyon, Keith Hendrix, Dave Fay, Mike Woods, Head Coach Pete Nicklas, Coach jerry Rodriguez. SECOND ROW - Coach Carl Raff,jeff Miles, Ernie Castro, Dave Comelious, Chris Whelan, Ted Garcia, Bobby McDonald,.Iohn Hoehr, Tim Youngerman, Vernon D'Orazio, Mike Lee, Dion Maxwell, Chet Beatty, Mark Estrada, Mike Greene, Tim Robarge, Ron Redden, Coach Chuck Yeyna. BOTTOM ROW -joe Ortiz, Bob Hernandez, Mike Maranon, Lonnie Wentz, Dave Santos, Alan Takeuchi, Cipriano Armijo, Manager Dee Streiff. 70 Competition l. Steve Fife C645 breaks through Trojan line to make a tackle 2. David Hernandez C615 in pursuit of Mayfair quarterback 3. The Gahr "junkyard Defense' against San Marino 4. Mike Lueras C505 carries for gain with help from Mike Lee C665 and john Helzer C225 5. Defensive captain Paul james 6. Psyching up for second half 7. Rod 'QDoc" Smith C265 carries for gain. YN 1 N N 3 72 Competition League Co-Champs 2 SCOREBOARD GAHR 16 BELLFLOWER ....... 13 GAHR 41 EL TORO ..,... ..., 1 4 GAHR 14 SAN MARINO ....... 20 1 GAHR .6 NEFF ............,... l7 GAHR 15 LACANADA . .O GAHR 20 ARTESIA .... ..,. 8 GAHR 21 MAYFAIR ... ...O GAHR 26 GLENN ..... . . .6 .-.Y .. ,. GAHR 50 EXCELSIOR . . . . , . . . . .7 K . X . ....... 9- ' 5 Coach Nicklas, dream finally came true this year as the Varsity won their first league championship, losing only to Neff. The loss was especially disappointing for the seniors as it was their last chance at revenge for the two previous years. The weeks that followed undoubtedly belonged to Gahr. Crosstown rivals Artesia and Mayfair were both blown off the field, Mayfair being held scoreless. Next camta Glenn and agaig the Gladiators emerged At the final'game to v t ' decide the league title, Gahr dismantled Excelsior, setting a new scoring record in the process. Competition 75 joe Ortiz hands off to Mike Parks. Dewayne Decker scrambles for extra yardage. Vernon D'Orazio sacks the quarterback. Mike Parks up the middle for another first. john Hoehr is brought down. The junkyard defense stops El Toro. Bobby McDonald breaks free. . -if K t-.f yi I A 1 HSS in .X Q SFC' Y? '-xr' gr.. W4-.-"ilis'+. f,"a ,. - 'ig-'t-VM. Q - 1,5 . , -y 'f Q : f. -9 sw me 74 Competition J ,f straw iii' f ,Q I.V. Football Throughout the season the jV,s had many outstanding individual performances on both offense and defense. As an example, when mid-season found the team without a quarterback, joe Ortiz and Alan Takeuchi stepped in to take up the slack Mike Parks also did an excellent job as a running back throughout the year. The defense was led by Mike Woods and Vernon D,Orazio. The returning members of the varsity squad along with these players promise ll U up for next year's team. ll X' 1 ZU791' My 'll M A J War W 1' WCW Competition 75 ,L . .,,, mm M. 11" " .fe 1. Defense squares off against the San Marino attack 2. Sophomores display their emotion after beating San Marino 3. Mr. Houseman embraces another big win fi. Norm Penera races for the end zone 5. Big "D" sets up against Artesia 6. Lineman Tom Burns 7. Steve Skogen hands it off to Bruce MacBeth against San Marino 8. Offensive line takes off. 1 V . -' M i 2. 41,1vf'f:4.ff,g:,,W5, If , I , " -""f'i-'I' ff'-1 asifzlfi:fE2ij2I1,iL'1Qa , at V, ,t .. ., ..,,.,.,,...,., ,,..,..,.,za .,,., ,.,t.,t..,. ..xU........a . . M. M,-1 A W M 2 . , wg T i h, , 'R ' ' jk , . Y - r . N if fl .. M if t Q' v , rllQBrl1'if?W9'f?9'79J" iaPWaf awgiBwr'u.ww1ywe 11 33 ' ' Phil Petrus, Greg jipp, Steve Skogen, Tim Welch, Gary Mills, Bruce Macbeth, Gary Yates, Norm Penera, Henry Rios, Russell Smith, Eric Crutch- field, Toby Salazar, Ron Kern,,Ioe Valley, Carlos Sales, Mario Castro, Ross Stillwagen, Butch O'Dell, Rudy Schaap, Matt Craig, Bernie Gallizio, Mark Prince, Murrell Tinney, Mike Taylor, jimjudge, Scott Carlstrom, Peter Begakis, Bill Schumpert, Tom Burns, Robert Reza, Ron Carlson, Brian Prater, Ken Waldecker, jim Mosser, Ray Ramirez, Dan Carrier, Cliff Mize, jeff Wiersma, Pat Padilla, Brian Smith, julio Pinto, Larry jones, Randy Ayala, Terry Wilkinson, Greg Huddleston, joe Volivitch, jon Henderson, Bob Hausmann, Mark Whitney, joe Meade, Oscar Bustamonte, Alberto Valle, Coaches Al Housmann, Sam Saltamacchia, Kurt Thode, Managers Gloria Barela, Tracy james, Laura Overturf 76 Competition Sophomore Football Along with a sense of team pride, Determination was the key to the success of this year's sophomore team. The highlight of the season came with a victory over the Neff Trojans for the second year in a row. Competition 77 I 1. Gary Hubert C345 practices kick offs 2. The Big Blue Freshmen arrive to take on opponent 3. Steve Roule C12j carries for a gain 4. Taking five at halftime 5. The Frosh captains I w X l l james Bolander, Tommy Brooks, Colen Bunting, Martin Burgis, Cesar Cabera, jeff Campanale, Roland Candlelaria, William Chapman, Mike Cha- treau, Darwin Clardy, Danny Cordarro, Derek Davis, john Diemel, Mike Dugan, joe Duarte, David DuVall, Ladell Eide, Keith Flanagan, Wycliff Freeman, Robert Garner, Lorenzo Gucjardo, james Hander, Mike Hanson, Gary Hubert, jeff Kersey, Del Leeman, jose Lliteras, David Lopez, Frank Magana, Ken McFarland, Scott McGenty, Clark Morgan, jerry Nicklas, jerry Ortega, Darren Padilla, George Preuss, Paul Reames, Darren Rhodes, Chris Rodriguez, Marc Rosenblatt, Stephen Roule, Steven Ruone, Robert Russell, Cliff Salaman, Curtis Sperry, john Terrazas, Anthony Varela, Rob- ert Villegas, james Vincent, Mike Wagner, Glenn Yates, Les Ward 78 Competition Freshmen Football Hard hitting and determination were the two words that best described this ye:1r's frosh team. They did an excellent job and worked very hard throughout the season. The coaches and team should be very proud of their record of 7 wins and 2 losses. Competition 79 . 'X fm X W umm far- 55W 4, 3 --K , My 5 mv 553' 'Tir ffm. i W ik .1 if 1 f' y 1 lnxf, agen " 'K 1Q15F,Lw5QV af , A a, w : W we MESA fifl.. " Q H54 ,fga5gg,,,3gig , ,Tis Wggmifzw W if ,af ' A ,A Q ' ' 'EY ,i'jQ2g,i1ggg:.gi5 ii ' " A ' 4 V' 5 W :gglafzfgu f' f W ' f V ,A ww A ' ., T553 ' ' 4 3 U if A ' is ' ' M wwf. W . , jg? - , ag W va 31 4 iff!! A P 1 J .mx H H ""' . 4 V 1 H, . ' M1111 " Y' ' "wp ,fa Ms:-:I A "ws, , , ,W-3 - , f, wx ' ' 5 1 ' ' :gm ' 'Main 2 'pam-uic:a-' U- ,eemmww wwf M wffzz f , X 4 wx ' scxiaflx1r,5,'f"W.Hx':iv' 3.5m his l115:wIi," 1 Lm.x,Jxl'm, ' ' M - Q 1 -A W ,W ' ' A -fl f 4 W H A W, 4 in N FL Q : Q, .MN ., V V' 'W--I 4 41' - 41, 2, -gnu Aw wi .,. W, 9 3? J- , XJ ,J NF 5,5 A...- ' 3 'K 'uU'1d'1u1i'v 44 K , 'Qu' My x lf f . f - Q ,J:,:,:f !:::1 M I N W1 U X J .,, . ,gi .1 . , M ' Wi X1-mf - ' ' S Tip ,N F M Q lv f . ,ff 6 Q f X , R 'X XS., 14.1 ku I Q E' ri ' Mij 'humm- Wmw Q, R3 J" K WA Wulf 4 1 , gwgifagw ' W, ' WW - was Nxiin W' 293' ' Homshcr ,W h , 1' f G+. R1ck Knopf Y , MJ i ix x K, ,-.ij 1 Ax-.ggi 'W S gr M' ff, M M i x WWRV my 1 mf 1 : wsm,, M M H if jf 3- -. N., , J, 3 , 'Nw-.. 1 W-M-,.,,,,WM4x M Mark Looper Ag WV fkflj A pw Varsity Basketball In preseason, Gahr's Varsity Basketball team under veteran coach Tom Pryor traveled to San Diego and Las Vegas to participate in tournaments. The team looked like they had settled into a powerful club and proved themselves when they moved into league action and clenched the Suburban League title with an unbeatable round action brought a disappointing loss to the team, finishing off the season with a 20-7 record. The team voted Gregg Riphagen, Harold Homsher and Rodney Brandon the MV P's of the squad. Competition 81 Q HE 8 N H HH Q A I. V. Basketball The junior Varsity Team under the leadership of Coach Rich Olson com- piled a league record of six wins and four losses, which put them in a O t for second place. Mike Green and Chet Beatty were named as co-MVP's for the squad while Ted Garcia also contributed to the team's success. BACK ROW, L-R: Mike Green, Bob Smith, Chet Beatty, Mike Powell, ,Ion Rubenfield, Rod Dixon, Mike Dullaart, Coach Olson. FRONT ROW, L-R: Ted Garcia, Rueben Salazar, Gary Wagner, john Kono, Ralph Romero, stats keeper Kim Looper. 5-"' in - '-av., - lbvf 84 Competition Q25 , V.,, MN' 45, , M Competition 85 Coach Puskas' squad compiled an overall record of 16 wins and 8 losses enroute to becoming Subur- ban League Champions for the third consecutive year. Led by team captain Mickey Shiroma, some of the performers were Lloyd "Pon- chow Robbs, Ron Powell, Dan Meyerhofer, and jim Smith. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT, L-R: Chris Saunders, Terry Wilkenson, Mike Karney, Andy Banas, Paul jones, Mickey Shiroma. BACK, L-R: Matt Craig, jim Smith, Mike Lepage, Dan Meyerhofer, "Poncho" Robbs, and Ron Powell. . ' ' M, ji 86 Competition fjxfx Q N ESX! K A . ' ig -ax 5 gf A .,.. K 1 f A 'i1'Q' -ff fQ f N : f L , i l wg? M, 11,3 558.9 5 3 3 f P . 4 4 3 f 'A 3 igx gm jx K! ,, 'Q M Q AQ , .1 13 'mi Frosh Basketball The enthusiastic freshman team, coached by Mr. Scanlon, had an season this year. In league play they finished with a 5-5 record and overall they earned a record of 12-11. Steve Roule and David Bonner stood out as top scorers, Karl Kamper showed skill in ballhandling and passing. Tony Perri had many tough defensive skills, and Darren Rhodes had quickness and great rebound ability. TEAM MEMBERS: Karl Kamper, Greg Brandon, Ray Orlina, Darvin Clardy, Mike Chatreau, -Iohnny Louie, john Casteel, Ron O'Farrell, Anthony Perri, Fer- min Andres, Bob Mathis, Darren Rhodes, Steve Roule, David Bonner. ...N Competition 89 The Varsity Soccer team had one of their years in the short history of Gahr soccer. They placed second in Suburban League competition, an excellent season record of 14-6-1, and displayed supe- rior talent in every phase of the game. Steve Butt was voted MVP, jose Montero was chosen the best offen- sive player, and Ron Casteel received the best defensive player award along with the coach's award. y 90 Competition farsity Soccer VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: FRONT, L-R: Mario Acosta, Rick Lloyd, ,Jurgen Dorf. MIDDLE, L-R: Reynaldo Romero, Anders Langeland, Ysidro Zavala, jose Montero, Gary Hubert. BACK, L-R: Mike O'Donnell, Steve Butt, Ron Casteel, Don Wa1ker,joe Meade, and Coach Misner. Q . ,,h7.,.A'V ' b .,-3ML4 T. T' A 'ad N-N'iT R ww... , -XMQA 1 ,..xi...ailV4ff"WS.'wxffittl QY?X2Q-p...ini3q ei 4-s 'W , . ,,. M, "tn, N 6' li' . 1-P"2:,. S f t - , A .1 ' . -' ,. , M Lf." foo. ,,.. . ,Q wisp rf t. its ., Z . gsm-,li .,.- A 5 Qt., 1 ,, fu Q .u QW. fikxfflv , - , Q , t "I',if's1Et.,'h..a':'f' 5.'s,'nJ'ui'b3Q'i. . , . in Competition 91 ...W ,ma an " ' ,L ,N J-"W" 5"-V fr"lr.i-. MM? -a'l1'v'm T' W 4' ' 'fl' -h ' ,N PM 1 'A ,.iUW""'!',, ,:Mf,,m-. ,k,,V: 1 ,. , ,E a X WT: . ,. Hs.. ,+A 7' , off" 5 I ww ,,,",,,, .i "" 'TIM .wr e f M -f w W iw ' 74.53 sw1v,,fw vi I . ' 1, HN Ay, do -I W Y I 'M - 'f 1 X . , ', ' in V 4 . , .., 'filo .f'xN.. I f-QW, gm -WM wwf 4 ,, , ,WJ , mv' .fpmwgnvsuv 'Mgmt I 'M fzzzwww harm. 49,14 ,U WLM 1, -'Av W 92 Competition fn. l.V. Socce JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: FRONT, L-R: Frank Hucrta, Glu I-Iitomi, Rick Spilker. MIDDLE, L-R: Steve Taylor, Russ Hovzvicka, Mario Ca: Tom Volden. BACK, L-R: john Lozano, Ernie Castrohlohn Bagioli, and David L- ff'f:" fif , ,1.,,, - ,, - . I U I e , it,.. .1 466 . .,,,,.,,. w'4135',,.-audi Y XM - . t,- 5. " ,wif ,, ,W .W 2 ...vit im- fX'i an . . g f -Mft KwfE,t,g.t..W .- A W ' 4 if tfifsfftfff I , 4-wN'lM,, Lx JM 1 x if . . x.-.. ,.. -, f:ff?' I ' Liv' -5 - . ' -W x"f9.'i..'f S K K . A a I, -ex, w',""Sn 1 K f 'ff 'Q QSM QA ii mm-4 .4- Fw J x SW--A ,.'.?'T'. 'VM m L. ,. m 5' gf-my - -ggvjv X c, ,5.fX,g..g..Z.L:L,f "T f" sv . N .www - '- f ' - .r , , , ywv"' I L 's , 1 ., gm'.m.m.4 ik J, f ' Q "' , M. I v. fy. ,,.,?.,,.,x,, , L, , x QU. , A Q ,V ,... :.q Jw' do -J' - . .gg .g,. N x N 'A -, .kx,,,. k L., i 1 v . 5 .N 656. SWK' tabs sp Q 'wo ,, , pw ' mal' Competition 93 1. Glen Prater displaying his pitching forrn. 2. Steve "Cowboy" Swartz rounding third for another score. 3. Swartz in action. 94 Competition Qi. Varsity Baseball The strong points of this yearls Varsity seball team were the great pitching and fense, according to Mr. Bergeron, who tched the team again this season. :ve Swartz and Glen Prater supplied the bitching .ile Nick Perri played well defensively at ond base. The big bats for the team were Any Eckles, Danny Hernandez, Dwayne rcker, and joe Wiersma. The Gladiator m anticipated a highly successful season. ,fn.n.r- f 1-on-use-",,,,,.4. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: TOP, L-R: Coach Ber- geron, jay Adamson, Steve Swartz, joe Wiersma, Steve Skogen, Ken MacNew, Dwayne Decker, Stan Watson, Glen Prater, Kevin Donyes, Coach Okimoto. BOT- TOM, L-R: Manager Rick Crutchfield, Bob Crissman, Mike Lueras, Danny Mora, Dan Hernandez, Tony Eck- les, Nick Perri, Manager Daniel Nevarez. .....4.....4....y......-...4..a4-.n..4x E i E .5 ' t 5 3: - A A iw' t'5'i:"A ' a gi: .i ,wk , A.. I cw, ... 4 a c f 1 :ff 1 ,giwm c ks' v f A f . 4 V Q. 'Weir .41-sixis 'Y ' g fm Q ",+'.kgf S' fy? .yr X, agar., - , ' - mn f-tx ' j -cy-,' ,RV V, st, , N' Mfg: gig ,N R, -R , ct t Q. ,,. 1'ln':k."f?':2E':5" V -T g-.59Q1fe."ifi,",?"+-.x,,, .as l' -s, .trams 'n3'M1s.cmi -L " ' .....,,, ...,...... ,., , ........-....,,..,. .,,,,.....W.,. .Mai -..,.,,:....,,,.. T756--'gn-- - ' -4 Competition 95 96 Competition Mike Lueras showing his style at third. Coach Bergeron with his players. Mike Lueras shows his enthusiasm over the game. Kevin Donyes waiting for the pitch. -...W WS-I -y M-...s- N'-"'Q""s,,, ..M,,..f-A., . . W. .x,. 1 x fb ' Qs X L..........,. ...,..,,- M ,., , ,.....-..........,. wiiwa-,vb ffffw--Wwvimwzmzw-:mr-n.. Nj' ,, ...... , Competition 97 Q-my I.V. Baseball 98 Competition I ' 'Ollalfl 'sf alzwfag Q, 4 I , IV. Baseball was coached this year by Mr. Ednoff. Although a team, fall sophomores except one junior and a freshmanj, they were beginning to put it together and going into league play had hopes of a league title. Some of the outstanding players included the leading hitter, Ron Butler, pitcher Mario Lopatriello, and second baseman Steve Gmur. Co- captains were Steve Gmur and Mark Prins. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Steve Gmur, Greg jipp, Ron But- ler, Mark Prins, Tom Nieto, Steve .Iohnlcow,jim Patterson, Mario Lopatriello, jim Smith, Steve Hall, Brad Peabody, Tim Welch, Gary Mills, jeff Wiersma, Val Garrett, Ismael Santellan, and Tony Perri. K af . W., ,I I, .I I ,O . hx ,V .B I , . I ' - I , ,' .r ,.1'193.r:'.im,f I'-.L .ILE , . ' - Alf .gliplsgii firzzfifjt 'IfIT5.',2wi5,,+'rffl 3? -1,:.e if, I W Q, ,gg-1 . . if ,,. yi.1Mf,:.-,M jig K.-m.I,,3,Y-. 2 . 'Q-wwf.: A-at ,M , -. X W M I. 4 Q4ff'+ 'I5'f'7C.If- 'gi'fiEFZfQi?1s'fi?5?'l"i,47'tp.f7 NE"U"5?fs4'?-,3'.r t Q .. I I. . . on I-g A I. .. -xyfv, z :Q ,N , yy I 5 .1 A -I , I. , H - f :,1v+I.sI f1f1 be-sw,Ss1Ia.Qbf1wf93g.ffsssiawwgiefsi' '3i'31.,,ef'w' fe 2: . ' - ' if' palm sitfilbfsr 3.T'f-fr'-1.-. ,. , ag.:1zs'x11' Tfg2"Qf' pr?-f44I:4IQ'Ea-?g9Q25f1'ua' Q51Qf2i?g?bs: gist il f-:gsI'Mf1z13,,.,-'w .3 -I . " .alslv-"' - fl -fswa 's-ami Q. :ff few as N -ws. -sf" N A V - ns- I.:--17-Wet:-..+: 1 -tw , fvla-.fflm-1, ,If-.'l"f81-Wiki."-LI:Ffr'3-snl53f3:a-35Sms3:f'f' 'ffs-.?Sw2Q5? Ei: .e'.'tf:gKX. It -Mawr . .,...t ........ - 5- Y -.H-Na+'--V-A -f-f- F Competition 99 Frosh Baseball As in recent years, there was another fine turnout for the freshman baseball team. The pitching duties were mostly attended to by Herbert Loo, jeff Adamson, and Mike Hanson, with occasional help from Darvin Clardy, Ron O'Farrell and Q Mike Chatreau. A fine infield of Steve Roule IB, Mike Chatreau ZB, jim Bolander SS, and Mike Hanson SB, along with Catcher Bob Russell aided Gahr in many of their wins. The outfield was patrolled by Emeric McCleary, Darvin Clardy, and Buddy Preuss. In the hitting department, base hits were often collected by Herb Loo, Mike Hanson, Darvin Clardy, and Steve Roule. The freshman coaching staff was well pleased because the efforts of the entire team made it a very successful year. M an f"N fi ,, w i. :A fm I . ,q gw H' . ,fm ' is ,., , p T 1 y , at y 'sii ' is ,Www ' K , ' , 4 K "' 'fi' 1 gf 'ia' ., , ,, "1-1, ,, , ,V -W, T ,fi J , , f -f A w' ,iganmif ,, .,1 if me . D . 2 , En hwy, , ,,, i. c u? : p 5 S 49 I Q , " b y Nw " 1 f- E52 3, aqprilwr aft., ,Mfr M nj -fr ,W an I N WV ,Q it J: H fi r, w ,. I V,,Vw !,,V iv?V yi-, , , VY.. ,. .5 ,fy I I SA' ,Wad "'j7j,,.,, ,g ,-" ,354'w"W.i-I h,,.lfQff'1' ' 'ff X 100 Competition .J 6 - 8 99 A , if W. rwffvfiawi-nf:,:-evaai I-,411 N -5 7 if ,',., . FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM Adamson, jeff Bo1ander,jim Brooks, Tommy Chatreau, Mike Clardy, Darvin Coon,,Iohn Hanson, Mike Lee, Randy Loo, Herbert Coaches: jim Edwards, john Pierini Lopez, David McCleary, Emeric O,Farrel1, Ron Preuss, Buddy Rodriguez, Chris Roule, Steve Russell, Bob Stott, Fred Wagner, Mike rg PX . 5 , . Lg ' " 2 rr- P 3 ' ' ll! J' fr - 'r I ll I I I I I 1 1111 mu, e .L CII ' ' f ,QL Us , A . , va fi 5 Q? - , A , f X i ' -M.-ba: 5 ,KN Qt, ., k . bmies-1 X 1 .W A r - Q, A N , 'S L' is - ,:w,.'m-'QNQ5 49 J Q f . f E .,, .QM . .mv rx. r ,B ri X R M . X, W ,.,, , r. 5 M - ' Nfg ,. .,g ' wars 'f , we L. ' X., " A-M1 ,,r .1 'fro A 3 .' ey. - ,swf "' ' rr. 'fsffgwigfsesz' " Q1 - , Lilfgf? ,-,,:,, fi- 4--f - ,fi -,f 'J' :wh , ' ' . 9' 'r . k g.-Q, Q-.5.1T"4.'fi"l A35-'F--"Rf .S ..s+2'-Mwid ..- -R R S-X r ,.. n,.- i- J.. g. ,, K v s ...xlbrwi-QV.-.,i:,,y- . xf wr, W 1: - , i- ,-x A '- - S-if- ' ru . Q A .gy Q5-i.,,, , i W 1 -"'.f. , . . 1' 'b -,.+u ' ,r.. fe sw A ., ff 4 ' A-1, .-'L - , M K, ka. S, -,, .- g if with .1 M ' -"Q"--rkfw bf .z-tk . rr . f . i .'. f Q ' . My ' ' . -rs ' v 'E , g, -N ws' V l. . N' ' ,final QQ . . if sys.: AMX ff-"' - N "-' ,..,-.Lh - - N. Si, N si x fix E -use as 1, X x JN, WR BME EN 1 . .e xxx In Mk K ' K, ' O' N Competition 101 102 Competition Kugx-xmxx'.41eg1,,.f Q 1 ,sb -x 'MK , 4 K, .V .X Q ,f K K X 1' 4 A ka' 1' K ' x K '1"4,t.x f s a4fX,x-V1X1Gk,2 Q x xxx41'kA1 E .,a,KM.'X-2 wxxx-v,:44x4w, 'c 1 ' ,a,'w.x L . gkgfgfffif-A ,H v 1 1 -i fx 4, 1, -, 4, 3 1 X X K." 1. 7- Y kk X .f,,x.X,,x ,1,. X-ky'f1v4Qf rxgkldm .-.f,.4 1 rf 4 1. Q w ,Aa ntskx ,X ,mi U 11' 2 sf 1 X . V Varsity Tennis ,.-........nx-rx. Led by captain jeff Rueter, the Varsity Tennis team was composed entirely of returning lettermen. One of the squad's strongest points is the doubles team. With the spirit and fdlelif arf-my evident in each player, a third consec- utive league title is almost certain. VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: TOP, L-R: Carl Villegas, Coach Correa, Mark Vanderwierd, jeff Rueter, jon Rubenfield. BOTTOM, L- R: john Esperas, David Gregory, Gordan Gibson, Bill Anderson, Rick Lloyd, Tom Bal- ches. r., ,,,., .hw . ' 4 O "'i' L24--w.g,,, ' QW. +V .. t, f 'W' .M I -- 4 m.ay.,.,,,t,, Wvyk V7.5 K 9 ..,,,.-M64 ,Q 4 -i in L I W. 6 . is l 8 E, -W 1?-,:,.,,Q,,,W,4mW:tkm bmw 4 0 0 . . 'r -4- ,. , .... I 'M -4- . 4 Q.,,.,,, .nv W. K Q ' o 4....,w 'T' ' 0 n dl Competition 103 104 Competition as 1 Q as Aw'-5 S' ":- xwsxibwfzmvfv- WW X XG ' N. sqxsk Qdfw wkxwlgw .N 'fwm S ,. N...-3 Q. ,,,.,,.mQNw C ' AQ! wha . h , V ' :lv Mfg. inf ,V-' .1 v' , K Hgh., V- A f , i .1 'f .. ., k 14 V 8, f vital I i i I. . Tennis This year's j.V. tennis team has an excel- lent chance to win league, based on a I pre-season perform- ance. Returning fromv last year's team, ,Ion Hitz, Bob Hamil, and Wally Wong Call jun- iorsj are good prospects for varsity next year, having proved to be valuable singles players. ,I.V. TENNIS TEAM: BACK, L-R: Shirley Nichols Cmanagerj -Ion Hitz, Marvin Hom, Kurt Wong, Mor- gan Chen, jim Buchanan, Coach Van Smaalen. FRONT, L-R: Mark Rodrigues, Bob Hamil, Scott Votaw, Wally Wong, Steve Coyne. s Q as 11 as in 'P Q 5 A Q 4 s 1 m ian ' g H ' 2fT-iv",-""' "W" ' ' ' f Competition 105 ,.....,+ Wim b .,g,.W. N K M KN. X..,..g - ' - ,Qgk 4 . by "X 2. Xxx, W xv' K Q . Q ?,gQ,, .. w .1 i' 1 'K A Lf- X ,gm x XA .MF ' K-mf X ,,m..'- nf f .x ' 5 ' xx . - ' 49, .. .5 Q, xY"0.3 Q, K' 1 x -'X 1 .. QM' x xy ,YSMQ N LX S' K . A 634 - 3' We .Q f A - A if Q .... f - Nw Qgfajllh-1 K 'T jk-.+9"fA W . X K M, 106 C . Ompctltion Golf This year's golf team is young with two so homores and four 'uniors, but shows ' J and should make a good showing for itself against league opponents. Returning lettermen jim Ream, Bill Schumpert, Randy Downs aided the team to an overall record of 4-5. TEAM MEMBERS: -Iim Ream, Bill Schumpert, john Gal- lardo, Randy Downs, Anders Langeland, jeff Remington, Coach Houseman. l Competition Varsity Volleyball TEAM MEMBERS: Terry Morales, Pontsi Bacquer, Lauao Laulu, Kelly Whisler, Patti Ahuna, Cindy Hargis, Nora Baker,jo Ann Shimomura, Roxanne Martinson, and Sheri Amundson. 108 Competition The season began with a bad start for our Varsity Volleyball team. Although their record doesn't show it, towards the end of the season the girls finally began showing their strendth unit. Their most exciting games turned out to be those played against Neff. Defeated in the first round action, Gahr came back to play their best game of the season and won a close victory of 16-14 over the Trojans in the second round, but again fell to them in the third and final round. The season record for the team was 3-9. Competition 109 l I.V. Volleyball 110 Competition . bam W' YC J' gr ,DQ UA xxx O XQfQffJQ C70 A' gil L OK, 53 VX V xc YP yf I , X U x t 03633 XXX! 'WNQ' WC' ol :Loi W xp' Q2 lf YB f. , ll hw ll Y. f - SUP, X fi N ,QIUJ 0 x There was a real team unity in this year's j.V. Volleyball team. Together, the girls hard and came up with a season record of 9 wins and 3 losses. Laura Schriefer, Sandy Price and Candy Peterson led the team with their performances. The ,I.V.'s are looking towards an even brighter season next year. TEAM MEMBERS: Ernie Abalos, Candy Peterson, Sandy Price, Cathy Ravenscroft, Laura Schreiber, Holly Manoogian, Lillian Tafoya, Marie Wimasao, Irean Stiufzard,.Iulei Libhart, Karen Decker. Competition 111 Varsity Tennis The Girls, Varsity Tennis team ended the season with a 9-3 record which resulted in taking second place in the suburban league standings. Outstanding winning records by single players DeeDee Streiff, Susan Long and Agnes Bautista aided the Gahr Tennis team to a Q C V I season. The doubles play of Kathy Ramsey and Cathy Thiele, Candy Cotton and Laleen Knevelbaard, Paula Carr and Carole Hughes complimented the team effort. TEAM MEMBERS: DeeDee Streiff, Susan Long, Agnes Bautista, Kathy Ramsey, Cathy Thiele, Candy Cotton, Laleen Knevelbaard, Paula Carr, Carole Hughes, Coach Joyce Tsu- ruta. 112 Competition Q , huuumwwwxm s Lan... -i:!!""f13lf. , ...-4. gvhu 'rw f,b.wtgmgs-:l.1.s.- s N , - 1 si.Qg5.Qfjxf-3-525-'q,Qg. . V. fx!!! 'Xx','.i KR. ,Yxii 1 1 - N X .giflg inxrx f .tttiv ,x .'i anus.. ...........,,...... ,,..., ,..,....p .i.,.,..,,. ' 4-14 4-14 2 4 2 O -12 6 2 6 6 6 RECORD Gahr vs Gflhl' vs Cvahr vs Gihr vs Cmhr vs Gahr vs Gahr vs Chhr vs Gahr vs Gahr vs Gnhr vs Chhr vs Mayfair Artesia Excelsior Glenn Neff Compton Mayfair Artesia Excelsior Glenn Neff Compton ..., .. .zii-'::::N..f - fi V .. 4 Q 4.....,.- .. WF-J. - '4 1 as .4.'t:-in-. Competition 113 M 2 vm MvyWj,5kSMAXgf 7 1lL0-,OV7 AUUIJ 'K WMS f UM- bw x 'WX rfdbgu JAH ij UMM L PQLQ Qffffjw ' it A F 1 ' -+P! ' J! r R . HV NL' ,, 1 U 1 ' vii' ,u dg0 yLUL flggdwbqmgn Wuyzk gt Q jigb QW U! Xt Q LQ M -W V M M K4 by 1 Vfifky-'V yi n Qwkjfp UU PVJUQU U lf K3 VV fx W fy E IV EWS 9' Q MS WW LW' 0 JANXVJQ wk M f W WM J fkfffufy jg OBWUW PL W' W QWVM -4 WL xg ' ' ww MRM CWQSJM if U1 Jw! WX 55 wPfwfx4x0J gpg Vw G1f1S I.V. Ten My 14 Com petition The -Ir. Varsity girls' tennis team started its first season this year. For the majority of the girls it was their first exposure to competition tennis play. Witli continued practice, experience and hard work the jr. Varsity should improve with each season. TEAM MEMBERS: Diane Guiterrez, Becky Casteneto, Corina Romo, Brenda Kois, Francine Encinas, Diane VanderElst, Consta Kelly, jane Carson, Millicent Rainey, Aracely Baquier, Anna Santos, Suan Romo, Coach Tsuruta. Competition 115 Girls' Varsity Basketball Team No. 22 No. 35 No. 10 No. 11 No. 24 No. 20 No. 25 No. 40 Debbie Zuniga Ginger Thiele Patty Ahuna Sue Long Consta Kelly Karen Gieck Donna Schaniel Deanne Rotta 116 Competition 1 S? rf- ggi. L?f iiQQT3YJ li idaeiiflti a estimated. This year's Varsity Basketball team under Ms. Schumm turned out a very successful pre-season and league play. The "Big Bluev machine worked well toiether t and played hard. The suburban league had the toughest competition ever this year. Every game was to be taken seriously because no team was under- Competition Q. HS? ' if ies- 117 118 Competition Girls' l.V. l Basketball Team Roxanne Martinson Sandy Price Nora Baker Sherrie McDonald Patrica Shrodek Toni Baker Susan Childress Paula Carr Debbie Minor Candi Peterson Hollie Manogian Coach Bohren ii The Girls vI.V. Team had its ups and downs this season, but turned out a record. f. Two of the teams starters Roxanne Martinson, and Susan Childress are the Varsity hopes for next year. Z Competition 119 9 'XQFVLN :sf .sf Us 3 X X' N ,wp ,Q X QL? xvf S U Sf Q25 Q W W J wg wgwhiwjf Q' vbig Xin G9 , .1-7 iff Ek UN, 1' ,jf In , WA f ij yi, ,. .fxfXf'L QW' lx 1 A:V11's,,-' - , j . N X 5 Xi , , Xa , xx' In XR f 1 f D, 4 ffl! , ' wiiL,,m. lf JMJXI , , x li J My cl f--J I. fn Ny., ,fkf'xfl"A' l 'T' ,J J I . 1. MXMJ if A L L 1 1 f ix f Q VY .l, X 'VL' U A U ' W . A W ri p 120 ' B Cnrennial I lx . r. nf H 'J I,-N, KW Q f li U .f"f,.,-J,-," x fy X 'TSS-4 If A xx IKXQWQX X EO 1Q 7 ,fy Je Q12 if W Wm f ' YQ? J Cf ' Q CD Q, DZ' , if 'wld fix fa , N ' , X A 2 mu 2 KW, Mi'C+- XQQQQ N fI'L-Cin WM? 5511 41 fy? Cmcom O . 'NX X OX Clf7'7Xf'?LX mg 'SN !g4L"""""'-1:x... mx Q u m,.. ff' ' X5 7 ff H V Qu 0 W in J fCQ'7j'Z ,few 4 , ' . 'L I v asf f c X X wmg El? '5Qf i B. 1 'Z-2'-' 1 121 Last year, a bieentennial celebration was a slowly building idea in Mr. Roger's Americana Studies class. But with his dedication and the hard work and support of many students, faculty and sponsors, Gahr,s Bicen- tennial Celebration became a reality from February 17 to February 28, 1976. E, ,,..,.4,.......-J ,Jw-v,..uowf-'I n ..,.....n 4 122 Bicentennial Q 1 .L I' 3 J-J.: I5 6 475 Al :lr Y S-J 6 rg 5 LQ P 6 t7 4. 6 Q 'N 7 f 2 fi, 5 ,G P ,, L , y i at 2 2 L' t - . ,C A fa 5 52 f ? I' 7,3 Q 1 fl 1 -L Gahr,s first week of the bicentennial cele- bration was filled with a variety of outradeou contests. The winning time for eating 100 shelled peanuts was 4 min- utes and 15 seconds set by Ron Benudiz, far short of the world record of 59.2 seconds. Clayton Muns twisted his face into first place in the gurning contest and Mr. Correa took the heavyweight division armwrestling title. Rick Goss and Richard White tied for the lightweight division. Mr. Blah- nik served as auctioneer and took bids on box lunches. Later in the afternoon, Field Day Events sparked competition among the students. .,,..--W" .awwwwwx .w-v"""",h i Bicentennial 123 , ...,, - ....... .,,.,.. . ..,,--.v......4......v.,.... .. .. n J P7 ?+4X -Q 124 Bicentennial 1? Y f 'N ,Y The American Heritage Dress Up Day turned out to he an activity many students enjoyed. The idea of the day was to remind everyone of Americais melting P con- cept - that we are composed of numerous ethnic groups all con- tributing to our nation's greatness. The Bicentennial Dance was an optional costume dance. Many couples did dress in costume. Cathy Thiele and Ron Casteel won the most original costume awards while Tracey Redden and Bill Anderson received awards for the most authentic costumes. Bicentennial 125 126 Bicentennial WH nf np. vf XM, 5, , W . 9 M... K - ' ' ,J iff bf!! qfgrigv 0'-L . "' s -i A i .ir-Y , , 1. .f I4 f A ? I-'1 0- , . .52 I V A -' f -V 3, ' rg! , r Q u I7 ,T Af? , " f 'fl " l 5 l ' ,V , ,f f Y it 1-Q! if ........ ll 'Dedication of the Bicentennial Square and a drill competition by the Galir Cadets cli- maxed the week's activities. Dr. Rants welcomed the local dignitaries and Bill Anderson made the dedicatoiy speech. Winne1's of the Speech Con- test were lst - Tamara Oliver, 2nd - Clayton Muns, 3rd - Mike Bow- man. Tony Dillard was declared the winner of the schoolis poster contest. , ,ww AL. V aw eip- 1 to A i HT .e -f . 4 Bicentcnni ll 177 N 1 5 " V Ulf. X, 1 I I X f Qf t ' 1 5 f X . 1 1 X f L: H 1 1 , 15 . 4 A ,f!A , , ' , L f , K . V, f I I f 1. ' 1 ' " V 'J 4 x . V f ,V X 1 Q- 1 ' .Q ' ' X '- M ' . fA . f -X 1 1 ' J 'f ' - RA X x 1 ' f !'ff X,-rc 1 7 VH ',f-, f N ' . -5' . ff fy . f ' 5 1 ' ' 1 ' - 1 N f 1 .- 'U ' X ' I X f ' 1 ' "' - ' Ffh: '4 fn Lf. Ky 4, Y f ' , f ,f I A 1 f 'F-p V V V , X , M . I1 Q f R J, K L N . -x f 2,-X L I f Lf -5-,, ff Q, ,iw V1 7, Y , , , I V, , ck f , '- LC..-64 ,Q 4, Lfkffx f 1 . lx , ,fx f .I Q , 4 A K f R f I f f I F ,A ' f , X 1 1 lf- 1 ' 4 U X' f - I x 1 , 1 4 f 1 - ' '71 'f .1 f.,fx-f v X V- 5 f 'V 1 ' f 'ff X I A fft. M jvgq - , n !h,! L. 5, iikff, qx I 4 x 128 Seniors 1 NL f, ,A 1 Q Q 1 A ,f , ' mfr. , , , 1 X 1 5 5 1 1 z . 1 , I 1 Q ,x ,fx L C A L I I A , ,V I I , j ,' C' ,. fc I L D X R ' 1 .L ., - V, ki M51 I fl, ,' X C , . g. , . K I 'x ak , f L f + 4 . f 1 k w L ' 1 ' - 4 l , mg . I k ' 4 1- , f, 1 . L 1 I I , .A 1 HQ. f I x k 1 NY , ,, . . . I 1 1 ' Q , N WX I 7 f f N f X M1 x u x m X 1 X x X X fm "XFN Xu 0 fl 1' "X fl' N ff 'V lx F nf!! w K 1 , ,jx mf C, ,X N! ff 1, X X! f , wa W K dm , , , f I w NX X X a 0 f ?l4J 5 W! Li X W 1' ' f fl' ff: V' X , f 4 5 3, 1 X if , f Seniors 129 130 Seniors ,IAYME ADAMSON LINDA AHUNA SHAWNA ALDRICH VINCENT ALLEN MICHAEL ALLISON EFREN ALVARADO OFELIA ALVARADO MELVIN AMANTE SHERI AMUNDSON KIRSTEN ANDERSON JACKIE ANDERSON WILLIAM ANDERSON JAMES ANDREWS KATHLEEN ANDREWS PAMELA ANDRINGA MARY ARCHULETA DEBBIE ARGUETA ROSITA ARIZAOA CLARENCE ARMIJO THOMAS ARNOLD .IULIET ARREDONDO JAMES ARRIOLA CHARLES ASENDORF STEPHANIE AUBUCHON MICHAEL AURIA JACQUES AVERETT DEBORAH AYERS CAROL BAKER THOMAS BALCHAS LINDA BALDWIN Scmors 131 EVA BANAS ROBERT BARACH DIANE BARELA RAMONA BARKLEY LISA BARLOW DEBBIE BATY KATHLEEN BAUM GARNETT BAYLESS DAVID BECKMEN MICHAEL BELL ROSEMARY BENDECK RUBY BENSLEY DANIEL BIDDLE JOE BLACK SCOIT BIACK SHERRI BLANK LINDA BLEVINS MICHAEL BLIFFEN RICHARD BLUMBERG ,IO ANN BONNEMA MICHAEL BOWMAN JENNIFER BOZART DEBORAH BRANNIGAN EDWARD BRYCE CARYL BUFORD DEAN BURCHERI YVETTE BURNS DAVID BURROWS MALINDA BURTON STEVEN BUTT ' SYLVIA CABADA CARMEN CAMACHO REBECCA CAMPOS RAMON CARDENAS JO ANN CARLSON ALAN CARLSTROM CINDY CARRILLO LORI CASS RONALD CASTEEL THEO CAYLOR WAN CHAIYAWAN BRENDA CHANCE EDWARD CHANCE CATHY CHAVEZ IO ANN CHAVEZ Seniors 133 I34 Seniors f x "-2,1 SUSAN CHAVEZ TERI CHESSHIRE MY RON CHESTER .JEROME CICCO SUSAN CICCO EDDIE CLARK KIMBERLEY CLARK JOHNNY CLAWSON KENNY COGBILL .IAY COLACECCHI DEBRA COLLINS JULIA COLLINS PENNY COLLINS WILLIAM CONTRERAS LES COSTELOW LINDA CURIEL CHRISTINA CURTIS SILVEEN D'ORAZIO DANNY DALE DEBORAH DE GROOT SAM DE LA ROSA LORETTA DE LARA TRACY DELLACIOPPA BETTINA DENA STEVE DIAZ LINDA DICKENS ANTHONY DILLARD DEBRA DOBIAS DANIEL DOBUCKI KEVIN DOYN ES MARTHA DOTY Seniors 135 Z 1 4 A 2 , 5 2 '57 1 M41 1 , 2 1 9 , , i , A K s 5 136 Seniors . ' DAVID DOUCETTE DANIEL DOUGLAS PHILLIP DOUGLAS PATTY DOWNS SUSAN DRUBE TERRI DUDLEY CHARLENE DUECK JANICE DUMMER Lou ANN DUNBAR MARLENE DUNCAN JANN DUNLAP MARK DURBIN DONNA EBELING SCOTT ECCLES DENNIS ECHIVERRI ANTHONY ECKLES JAMES EDWARDS ALLEN ELDRED HUMBERTO ELIZONDO NANCY ELLSNWORTI-I ELIZABETH ESPINO MARK ESTRADA GABRIELLA FARKAS MARTIN FAULKNER DAVID FAY MARIA FELSHER KYLE FERRIS STEVE FIFE THOMAS FINN ELL JULIE FISHBACK LYNN FORTNER WANDA FRY MARTHA FUENTES ALPHONSO FULLER STEVEN FUNK Seniors 15 BARRON GALLEGO TAMMY GALSTER IQKREN GAMBOA MARK GAMBOA CAROL GARCIA GORDON GIBSON FILOMENA GOIS APRIL GOLTRA KATHERINE GONZALES LORI GONZALES LYDIA GONZALES SALLY GONZALES FRANCISCO GONZALEZ RON GOODMAN BRENDA GOOLSBEE DEBORAH GORMAN DIANE GORMAN LARRY GOSS -IODY GOUIRAND ANITA GRANDFIELD JOHN GRANT TINA GRANT VALERIE GRAZIAN ABEL GRIEGO DEBORAH GRILLO GLORIA GUAJARDO RHONDA GUGGENHEIMER ROBERT GUSTAFSON MARIA GUITERREZ ARTURO HAASWYK BEV HAFFIZ DANNY HAKKER .JESSICA HAMII. DAVID HAMILTON RICHARD HAMMOND Seniors 1 39 JUW A new ,ml DANNY HANGER MARK HANNA CINDY HARGIS ARTURO HARO JAYNE HARVEY CURTIS HASKINS DWAYNE HAUGHTON ELIZABETH HAUSMANN MICHAEL HEDTKE LARRY HEIN -IOHN HELZER CHRIS HENDON CYNTHIA HERNANDEZ DAVID HERNANDEZ ROBERT HERNANDEZ -IEFF HIDDLESON KAREN HIGGINBOTTOM CAROLE HINES JOHN HINGEY NANCY HITOMI BRADLEY HOEFER JOHN HOEHR SHARON HOLLADAY ROBERT HOLLAND BEVERLY HOM SUSAN HOMER HAROLD HOMSHER WILLIAM HOOVER COLLEEN HOWARD STEVEN HOWE RASHELLE HUBBARD PAMELA HUDDLESTON RANDI HUFF PAUL HUFFMAN DAVID ICENOGLE Seniors 141 CRAIG INCARDONE WILLIAM INMAN LAURA ISUN BARBARA ITSON PAUL JAMES DONNA JENKINS RICHARD JEWELL JERRYJINES DONALD JOHNSON PAMELA JON AS JACKIE ,IORDAN GILBERT JUAREZ SHARON KALTENBACH DAVID KEALY CONSTA KELLY RICHARD KENNEDY LAURIE KERN MICHAEL KERN MITCH KERTIS NANCY KILGORE TIMOTHY KITCHENS MICHAEL KLEIN KELLY KNIGHT RICK KNOPF VIKKI KOEHNLEIN DEBBIE KOIS MARK KORTE CAROL KOUSCH KATHRYN KOYAMA CRAIG KUSUMI PAUL LA RICCIA CARLA LADENBURGER BENNY LAKEMAN DIANE LANIER NYDIA LARINI KAREN LAW DANETTE LAWRENCE Seniors 143 M I mb , Q " W5 X 'W H1--' dnl... , , f J v 1 A Qu N' y 1 , ,. , M ... , Mg - . fy NW N W . 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M ...M Q .. 4, 12'-fUfWf'ff':'f ..Z9,m.w,.V.j.fw. ,IOHN LAYNE CINDY LAYTON DAVID LEE MICHAEL LEE MELVA LEMEN DEBRA LEMON LENORE LEVY CORBETT LOHRIDGE DARRELL LONDON SUSAN LONG MARK LOOPER JOE LOPEZ VIRGINIA LOPEZ CAROLYN LOTZ RAYMOND LUVISI WALTER LYND JAMES LYON DAVID MACOMBER ALBERT MADRID BOYD MANNIE STEVE MANOOOIAN JOEL MANZUTTO LORRAINE MARGI-IEIM TERRI MARSHALL LINDA MARTIN COLLEEN MARTINSON PAMELA MATTHEWS PAMELA MATTHEWS LARRY MAXWELL MICHAEL MC CLEARY VICKY MC COMES Seniors 145 DEBBIE MC CORMICK DIANA MC GUIRE SUSAN MC INNIS DONNY MC NAIR BRENDA MEDLOCK MARCO MELROSE MARK MENDEZ MICHAEL MERGEN TI-IERESA MERTEN GREG MEYERI-IOFER ROBERT MILLER KEN MINNEMA HERNANDO MIRANDA SCOTT MITCHELL JOSE MONTERO JAMES MONTGOMERY CARLOS MONTOYA YOLANDA MONTOYA DANIEL MORA TERRY MORALES GLORIA MORAN PETE MORENO DIANA MORGAN KAREN MORRIS SHARON MORRISON KATHRYN MORSE THERESA MUDGE SUSAN MULKEY BRIAN MULLINAX CLAYTON MUNS GREG MURAKAMI LYNNE NAGATA NETTIE NA JAR TERESA NELSON BRADLEY NESLAND Seniors 147 148 Seniors ,f'N- Q 1 DANIEL NEVAREZ JAN NICKLAS ANGIE NIETO MICHAEL O'DONNELL KIM OEHRING REBECCA OEEICER MILTON OHTA MARK OKIMOTO RONNY OKAZAKI TAMARA OLIVER JOSEPH ORTIZ JOHN PACENTE KAREN PARADIS CHRISTINE PARK TERESA PARRIERA MARK PARSON MARY PARSON GARY PARSON LINDA PENDELTON NANCY PERRY DEBBY PITTS ARTHUR POPE ,IOHANNA POUNDS YVONNE POWELL DANITA PREUSS CARRIE QUAN KIMBERLY QUICK 4 RICKY QUINLAN KATHLEEN RAETER MICHAEL J RAINWATER GAIL RAMIREZ Seniors 1 150 Seniors KATHY RAMSEY ERIC RASMUSSEN BARBARA RAUSCH JAY REDDICK JEEFERY REUTER TERESA REYES DEBRA RHODES BRENDA RICHARDS BARBARA RIETKERK CINDY RILEY GREGG RIPHAGEN LORENZO RIVERA RUDY RIV ERA VALERIE ROBERTS ALEXANDER RODRIGUEZ ELIZABETH RODRIGUEZ MARIA RODRIGUEZ ' REYNALDO ROMERO RHONDA RONEY KRISTIE ROSS MITCHELL ROSSI STEPHEN ROUTH ANGELINE RUBIO IRENE RUIZ MARGARITA RUIZ EDWARD SAICOE DAVID SALCI DO SALVADOR SANCHEZ MARK SAMAN O SALLY SAMANO DARLENE SANO DAVID SANTOS KATARIN A SAWOROTNOW MARTI SCHOEMAN THERSIA SCHOONOVER Seniors 151 TERESA SCRITCHFEILD PAM SELTER LISA SETZER CHRIS SHAFFER SHERRY SHAFFER LINDA SHAMBLIN RICK SHAW KATHY SHIMOMURA ANNA SILVAS CASH SMITH DAVID SMITH LISETTE SMITH VALERIE SMITH DEADRA SMOTHERMAN LELA SOOTER MARY SOUSA JOHN SPANGLER CYNTHIA SPERRY THOMAS STEELE DEBRAH STENECK THERESA STEPHENSON ROBERT STEVENS BILADLY STORMES DARLENE STREIFF TIMOTHY STRELOW EUNHEE SUH RUTH SUMPTER JOHN SUN PATRICIA SUVEOES STEVE SWARTZ COOKIE TANCICO Seniors 153 ALAN TANGUAY EUGENE TAPIA LOIDA TAPIA MIKE TEBBUTT DEBORAH TERRAZAS CATHY THIELE CODY THOMAS TIM THOMAS CATHY THOMPSON CLARENCE THOMPSON DONN THOMPSON DONNA THORNEROUOH ELLEN TIGER ESTELLA TORRES ROSARIO TORRES PERRY TRTBOLET MARY TYNAN JOSEPH VALENZUELA AYDEE VALLE SCOTT VAN HOFWEGEN CORNELIUS VAN LOON RICK VAN ZEE MARK VANDERWEED CARMEN VARGAS LUIS VARGAS RUEBEN VARGAS GARY VAUGHN DEBRA VEGA ERICKA VELEZ CATHY VERNON PAUL VILLANUEVA DAVID WAKEHOUSE DON WALKER GREG WALTON GREGORY WELLS Seniors 155 ix """' MICHELL WELLS CHARLES WHELAN LYNDA WHITFIELD JOSEPH WIERSMA RUSSELL WIERSMA DEBRA WILLIAMS SHERI XVILLIAMS WINONA WILLIAMS Q s STEPHEN WILSON RICHARD WI RTH TIMOTHY WITHROW LINDA WOLFE BOB WOODWORTH ANDREA WOOTEN DENNY WREN CATHY WRIGHT TRESSIE YBARRA TIM YOUNGERMAN JUAN ZALDIVAR PETER ZIMPRICH ROBIN ZINSER DEBRA ZUNIGA Seniors 157 1 2 3 4 Susan Long - MOST ATHLETIC Maw Archuleta - MOST FRIENDLY Peter Moreno - MOST FRIENDLY ,Iirn Lyons and Joanne Chavez - CAMPUS COUPLE 2 3 158 Seniors . jim Arriola - MOST ATHLETIC . 'Clayton Mums and Beverly Hom - MQST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . Paul james - MOST SPIRITED . Lynn Nagata - MOST SPIRITED , WW i X w-055 fx' A Y X Seniors 159 16 0 Seniors A s 4 'X 52? x '-vga 5 M Vikki Koehnlein - BEST LOCKING Cindy Carrillo and Tim Youngerman - MOST POPULAR Mark Mendez and Chris Hendon - BIGGEST FLIRT Marco Melrose - MOST I-IUMOROUS Donn Thompson - BEST DRESSED jennifer Bozart - BEST DRESSED Brad Storms - BEST LOOKING julie Arredondo - MOST I-IUMOROUS la ,MIG gi B XJ A.S.B. Officers proved to be hard Workers once again this year. They held fund raisers for student body sponsored events, hired bands for many dances and ran the Senate along with many other important jobs that keep our school running. TOP ROW: Mr. Teach, Tony Eclcles, Tim Youngerman, Brad Storms, jim Arriola, BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Nagata, Diane Barela, Cindy Riley, Cindy Carrillo,.Iulie Arredondo. 162 Cabinet Cabinet 165 Senior Cabinet The Senior Class Officers, along with their annual duties of planning ditch day and graduation exercises, were also con- cerned with plans for the nation's bicenten- nial celebration including the construction of our "Bicentennial Square? 164 Cabinet ""'w-s., ew. Junior Cabinet The junior Class Officers sponsored two dances this year along with a trick-o-treat candy sale, an Easter egg sale, a carna- tion sale, and they also put on the junior-Senior Prom at the Biltmore Hotel. 4 is r W Cabinet 165 11" H N-'AE YQ Sophomore Cabinet L to R, TOP: Paul james, Mike Hedtke, Tony Eckles, Tim Youngerman, Bill Anderson,,Iim Arriola, Brad Stormes. Zndz Lynn Nagata, Cindy Riley, julie Arre- dondo, Tammy Oliver, Cindy Carrillo, Dani Preuss, Diane Barela. 3rd: Steve Coyne, Dawn Bouman, Klitaya Savanapredi, Priscilla Estrada, Ted Teach - Advi- sor. 4th: Sharon Meyerson, Laura Overturf, Ron Kern, Kathy Martinez, Vicki Wilson. Sth: Sandy West, Linda Evans, Dennis Arriola, Terri Knieriem, Buddy Preuss. f ,,,, ,,,, , ,Q 166 Cabinet Freshmen Officers .3 Cabinet 167 K 168 Undcrclnssmcn Ana! 4755 ff flake' mms auassalmv 1 6 , 'x R K. ,X 1 l Tmlcx'clg1ss1m'n Aaker, Russell Abernathy, Marie Adamsonhlay Aguirre, Diana. Agundez, Veronica Alexander, Dale Alford, William Allain, Susan Allart, Karen Allen, Victor Allison,jimmy Altrock, Laura Alvidrez, Elizabeth Ankenbauer, Alan Arao, Cynthia Arbiso, Yvette Armiio, Cipriano Arredondo, Diana Ash, Gary Ashley, Diane Austin, jenny Avery,joyce Ayala, Richard Baker, Terri Baker, Wendy Barak, Danny Barboni, Anita Barcello, Eddie Barra, Evelyn Baty, Deanna ' Bautista, Agnes Beatty, Chester Becker, Frederick Belile, Glen Be1l,,Ianice Bennett, Russell Bennici, Linda Biddle, Crystal Black, Vickie Blair, jeanne Blank, Kerri Blea, Esther Blythe, Kenny Bodon, Rachel Bofill, Eugenia Bonetti, Lynda Borich, Steven Bouwman, Dawn 170 juniors ,- 'af lf , Q P 5 A z f i" G0 X -, ff.. fi i ...xi as an N pf -c r-,V x f ,gs sf yer X fffafsigirrigv x nuns E S 'u in I , J Bolye, Susan Bradberry, Dawn Braden, Cheryl Brady , ,Ia mes Brady, Patrick Brandon, Roclrick Brannigan, Diime Brimleyulennifer Broomall, Mark Brown, Darryl Buchanan, Lori Bullchilil, Debra Burnett, Bernice Burns, Alex Burrows, Karen Burris, Lauren Burton, Crislenc Butler, Hernacldte Butt, Michael Byrd, Cathi Byrd, Debra Byrcl, Terri Cabaila, Sylvia Caglc, Cynthia Campanale, Terri Campos, Bertha Cantu, Rebecca Carlson, Stephanie Carroll, Tammy Carter, Tammy Casarez, Lincla Casteel, Ron Castro, Ernie Cauley, Timothy Cervantes, l.isa Chance, Diane Chatreau, Laura Chavez, Susan Chesshirehlames Christensen, Ice Ciarletra,'Iay Cipriani, Bruce Clawson,-Ian Cobarrubia, ,Iocelyn Cogbill Cently Cohill, Briclgitte Collings, Nancy Collins, Steve Collins, Terri Cook, Billy Cox, Carolyn Cox, Lucy uniors 171 A Coyne, Stephen Creavalle, Dawn Crissman, Bob Cruz, Ruth Cullen, Darrell Curiel, Lisa Curiel, Pamela Curry, David Dorazio, Vernon Daniels, Michael Dano, Delia Davis, Cynthia Davis,jawell DeBoer, Steven De Groot, Roy De Soto, Thomas Decker, Du Wayne Dects, Bonnie Di Gerolamo. Francis Didier, Michael Dillardhloe Dizon, Ramon Domkowski, Theodore Downs, Randall Dullaart, Michael Durbin, Tammera Earl,,Iohn lichiverri, Marylou Edwards, Gina Iihrhorn, Steven Eide, Russel Encinas, Francine Escobedo, Maria Estrada, Priscilla Evans, Kathy Everett, Bruce Fallis, lan Fanning, Michael Farkas, Rosemary Felien, Gary Felton,james Flora, Robert Franklin, Karen Frazier, Gennetta Frazier, Terresa Fredricks, Ron Freeman, Saundra Frohock, Dale Fuller, Regenia Funaro, Mary Gallardo,,Iohn Galloway,,Iohn Garcia, Maria Garcia, Nydia Garcia, Theodore Gardea, Rene Garduno, Marla Garduno, Sheila Gaxiola, Lorraine Gayou, Nathalie 172 juniors 3 in K - 'Ms it K Gieck, Karin Gillum, Linda Gilt,,Iudith Gima, Denise Glines, Cheryl Gollmer, Tim Goltra,jim Gonzales, Rachel Goss, Barry Goudrcault, Richard Grnnado, Virginia Granberry,jill Gray, Tim Greene, Mike Greer, Steve Gregg, Steve Gricgo, Carla Griego, Carol Guajardo, Loretta Guggenmos, Belinda Gutierrez, Margarita I-lale,jeane Hall,-Iennifer Hall, Robin Hamil, Bobby Hamilton, David Hamilton, David Hammanjennifer Hanenburg, Peggy Hanes, Karen H:1nsen,james Harding, Martha Haro, Elisa Harp, Cari Harper, Ron Harris,john Haskett, Lillian Hawkins, Margaret Hcring, Ronald Hernandez, Arr Hernandez, Dan Hernandez, Pat Heustis, Scott Hicks, Cynthia Hiddleson, Kim Higa, Michelle Higa, Mitchell Hilbrands, Tammy Hines,.Iulie Hitomi, Glenn Hitz, -Ion Holladay. Shelly Holland, Thomas Hom, Connie Honeycutt, Michael Houseman, Rick Hubert, Michael Huff, Barbara Hull, Pat Hunter, Glenn ,Iuniors 173 Hutchins, Keith Hutchins, Wayne Hydehlulie -Jacobson, Jef f jaramillo, Chris Jewell,-Julie johnson, Kevin Kamon,.Iohn Kardiban, Mark Kawamoto, Sharon Kekich, Denise Kern, Leigh Ann Kersey, Andrea Kertis, Diane Kidd, Diana Kirby, Brian Kirchner, Sharon Kirk, Robbin Kitchens, Randy Klein, Kelly Kludkleep, Naiyana Knapp, Duane Knieriem, Salvatore Knudsen, Anna-Lisa Kobashigawa, Kurt Kobzeff, Michael Koehnlein, Debbie Koller, Ray Komrij, Robert Krone, Eberhard Krystan,john Kubes,,Iudy Kurt, Susan I.aRiccia, Deborah Lands, Wanda Lungeland, Anders Lara, Robert Laulu, Lauao S Lawyer, Kimala Lazare, Linda Ledon, Ester Lee, john Leon, Alan Libhart, David Littlc-,Jeanne Lliteras, Diana Lloyd, Richard Lockhart, Melody Longoria, Chris Lopez, Juana 174 juniors 'R K4 X X Hem . X Q. , , S! f as 'H iss' -'xx -1 W . , 51 l D ' .ae as 6? X csv t E 'S X ss-ff, it M X sg X Q x 3 x wi.. 5'iVl XX S' e Q0 R' ss ,.. t . Q gg , ' x X ' 1' 'S Q 1, N ur .56-Q F' -.47 Lopez, Lisa Lovins, Randy Lucas, Kathy Lueras, Alvin Lydon. Paula Lynch. ,ludith Mac Donald, Linda Mae New, Kenneth Maddex, Melody Madrid, Patricia iviakepcafc, Gayle Maranon, Michael Margeson, Ted Martinez, Gilbert Martinez. Patricia Martinez. Steve Martinson, Roxanne Mason, Chesterlind Marlin, DaNetta Maxwell, Dion Mayfield, Kathy McCall, Kendall McCall. Tracy Mf.Cormiclt, Wently McCuthehen, Robert MCDOn:lltl, Bobby McFarland, Nancy McGill, Glenn MCGilvery, Bryon McGinty, Liz MeMillon. Valerie McPherson, -Ieannette McSeveney, Greg Medloelt, Cecilia Medloclc. Cynthia Menza, Christine Merten. Vienna Metie, Donna Meyer. Stephanie Meza, Lilia Michel, David Milesnleffrey Miller, Robert Miller, Susan Montano, Angel Moore, Susan Moore, Wesley Morrison, Richard Morrison, Ron Mullinax, Tanya Muns, Randy Murray, Michele Napoles, Miguel Navarro, Sandm Nevarez, Mike Nichols, Shirley Nuangyindee, Vattateppe O'Hara, David Odom, Steven Okazalci, Kathy Orillion, Paul Ortiz, Ruben ' juniors Pacheco, Robert Parks, Michael Pascual, Tina Pate, Teresa Patton, Mark Pedace, Samuel Pedroza, Armando Pena, Bennie Perez, Helen Perkins, Richard Perri, Doninic Phelps, Kimberly Phelps, Stephany Philipp, Tony Pillen, Scott Pinedo, Kathryn Pinkerton, Stanley Plunk, Michael Poitier, Victor Pollet, Kenneth Poole, Ingrid Pope, james Pope, john Powers, Brian Prado, Judy Prater, Glenn Price, john Putt, Connie Quiliza, Robert Rainwater, David Randle, David Randleshludy Reaves, Phylliss Redden, Ronald Redden, Tracey Remingtonhlefferey Reuben, Danny Reuter, Kimberly Ricks, Harriett Riedel, Robert Rios, Yvonne Robarge, Terri Robarge, Tomothy 176 juniors Roberhjanc Robinson, Robby Rodriguez, Linda Rodriguez, Marina Roehl, Douglas Romero, Ralph Romero, Rosalie Romo, Susan Rosales,julie Roth, Cheryl Rotta, Dc-anne Rubenfeldhlon Rubio,-Jose Ruiz, Robert Saito, jon Salazar, Reuben Salazar, Rusty Salcido, Mario Salisbury, Larry Sanchez, Antonio Sanchez, Dahlia Sanchez, Daniel Sanders, Susan Santos, Anna Satoda, Russell Savanapredi, Klitaya Schaap, Mary Schaniel, Donna Schmidt, Theresa Schoonover, Greg Schuler, Tony Sederquist, Linda Seminara,joe Shaferhleff Shaffer, Scott Shimizu, Keith Shroll, Richard Silva, Ed Silva, Frank Silva, Kathy Silvas, Richard Slife, Grant Smith, Debbie Smith, jackie Smith, Lisa Smith, Bob Soto, Hector Soto, john Spitz, john Stafford, Teresa Starling, Diane Sreneck, Don Stewart, Cathy Stockberger, Mary Stokes, Henry Streets, Cathy Streilein, Cheryl juniors Sumners, Mark Sumptcr, Charlene Suval, Kathryn Tafoya, Lillian Takeuchi, Alan Tapia, Dennis Taylor, Gail Taylor, Keith Taylor, Stephen Tello, Rachel Terrell, Kimberly Thomas, Michael Thompson, Denise Thompson, jacob Thompson, Vincent Thormahien, Debra Thurston, Sharee Tremblay, Danielle Tucker, Steven Tynan, Laurie Ullom, Christina Uyemori, Dawn Vaasco,-Ioe Valencia, Tim Valle, Melba Valley,-Ioni Van Zee, Brenda Vick, Gregory Victor, David Villalva, Lizie vis, Dirk Viscontle, Avelino Vlassaert, Lynn Volden, Thomas Votaw, Robert Wagner, Gary Wagner, Robin Walgrenulennifer Walker, Tammy Walters, Barbara Walton, Ted Wandler, Suzanne Ward, -lolita Watson, Stanley Watt, -Ion Webster, Cheryl Weingancl, Rhonda Wellbaum, Steven Wells, Gustava Wells, Richard 178 juniors I A Q--f ia' f'N.a, nil? , S.. or-t. D- - fmt X A r A i-Wm ,, I K., 4, K Q ,,' fN X VL . ., , -X 'A ' .1 Qx lx A--'X hw, ar S3 5 Q 1, r A ' , 1 jf ' ' f, :T af ' 5 kv, Wcrxtz, Lonnie Wlmitc, Riflulrd Willigxnms, Ken Willistcxn, Chnlrlcs Wilscmn,-Iulic Wilsmmn, Pam Wilscmn, Tim Wincl, Ncnl Wong, Waxlly Wcxxis, Darryl Ynnirk, Anthony Ycnrizxn, Stirling Ycrmw, Lila Zimprich, Frank juniors 179 Abalos, Ernestine Acheson, Angie Acosta, Lydia Agnew, Mitchell Aguayo, Florentino Aguilar, Jocelyn Agundez, Susan Ahuna, Patti Allain, Darlene Allen,jonette Allen, Mark Alvarez, Maria Amaral, Michael Anderson, Shelly Andringa, Greg Anthony, Lynn Krakawahloy Arduino, Melody Arduino, Robin Argueta, Richard Am, Rafik Armijo, Rita Ascibahian, Gisele Ayala, Randy Bailey, Barbara Baker, Nora Baker, Toni Baldwin, Robert Banas, Andrew Baquier, Aracely Baquier, Aracelia Barela, Gloria Barra, Cynthia Bartholomew, jay Bates, Ronny Baughman, Kelly Beckerr, Ginger Begakis, Peter Bierke, Della Blank, Terri Blea, Richard Bodon, Frank Boozer, Elizabeth Boshak, Crystal Bottemahlcffery Bowman, Kirk 180 Sophomores PII RES f-Q,-ff :Rf . . Boyd, Randee Bragg, Linda Brandon, Deborah Brizuela, Valerie Brown, Darren Buch, Michael Buchanan, Carole X if 51 a , ' 4 x xi S fs , 1- , X if if f .3 x :Qs X ,gs N X ' m L.. il E i t-. 1 AX I l LA. A. ,fi E ' iw , . 5 l. if 5 t o i t X K km? C35 3, 1 1.10. w on X an-t.. Burleson, Cindy Burnett, Neal Burns, Thomas Busbyjerry Bustamante, Oscar Butler, Ronald Byers, Scott Bynum, Deni Cabada, jose Cabrera, Vivian Campos, Erma Campos, Ernest Cantu. Ralph Cardenas, lsela Cirdenas, Rosa Carlson, Ronald Carlson, Sarah Carlstrom, Scott Carpenter, Catherine Carpenter, Mirhael Carr. Kimberly Carrier, Daniel Carrillo, Debonih Castillo, Mary Castorina, Lisa Castro, Fernando Castro, Mario Cavender, Cynthia Celmer, Mary Cervantes, Arturo Chang, Sandra Chen, Morgan Childress, Robert Cicco, Christopher Civitcllohloseplx Clark, Melinda Clawson, Debm Clcsi, Serrena Contreras, Charles Coon, Dan Cordes, Charles Cordi, Angela Cossette, Marie Cora, Nick Craig, Matthew Crosby, Bridget Crutchfield, Eric Curry, Robert DC Rosa, Roger Darney, David Davis, Hazel Davisjanell Davis,juann Davison, Darren De Ia Luz. Armando Demooy, Richard Sophomores 1 De Vries, Robin Den Harrog, Carol Dillard, Randall Dixon, Rodney Dizon, Connie Dominguez, Karen Domkowski, Karen Dorr, Jurgen Douglas, Cathy Douhrava, Norman Duarte, Elena Dudley, jill Dueck, Randy Duncan, Russell Dunham, Dennis Durheim, Thomas Eccles, Brad Edwards, Kennerh Eichberg, George Ellis, Glyness Elsasser, Susan Escamilla, Amparo Esperas, jonathan Evans, Michael Farfan, Dorene Farmer, Lori Faulkner, Alan Felienhlennifer Fenderson, Marvin Fields, Candy Fife, Stacie Figueroa, William Fison, Daniel Fordham, james Forrner, Dana 182 Sophomores t 4 Fowler, Lintla Fuentes, Christopher Fugratl, Salvador Fuller, Ramona Gallizio, Bernie Gann, Shelley Garcia, Alexander Garcia, Carlos Garcia, Catherine Garcia, Delia Gartluno, Tina Garner, Mary Garrett, Val Gibson, Marvin Gil, Sandra Gil, Sylvia Gmnr, Steven Cnhner. Tei ri Gonzales, Angie Gonzaleshlose Gonzales, Kristin Gonzales, l.intla Gonzales, Martha Gonzales, Mitch Gonzales, Olga Gonzales, Manuel Graf, Pamela Graff, Santlra Grant, Lisa Gray, Andrea Gregory, David Griepsma, Lisa Grillo, Cynthia Guerra, Emiliano Gutierrez, lirnest Gutierrez, Harlxtra GllZm2lH,.l47SCl7l1 Guzman, Maria Haas, Lee Hale, Gena Hall, Carrol Hall, Steve Hamilton, Ang:-lla Hammer, joseph Hamlet, Mark Sophomores 183 Hansen, Fred Hansen, Georgia Hanson, Robin Haro, Enrique Harris, Toni Hashimoto, Mae Haskins, Michael Hastings, Nancy Hausmann, Robert Hawkins, Vincent Healey, Vicki Helclman, Billy Henderson, jonathan Hernandez, Connie Hernandez, Diana Herrera, joe Hesson, Mark Hidalgo, Dwayne Hill, Steven Hingey, Michael Hiza, Tina Hoefer, Krisma Hollingsworth, Mark Holmesly, Donald Holmesly, Ronald Hom, Marvin Homsher, Hugh Houzvicka, Russell Howell, Dody Hubbard, Debra Huddleston, Greg Hudson, Monique Hughes, Carole Hughes, Cheryl Hughes, Lori Huseman, Guy Huston, Sheri Iles, Steven Ingram, Robert Iragorri, Freddie Jacobson, Cindi 184 Sophomores jahnkow, Steven jaime, Barbara james, Tracy jauregui, Beatriz Jensen, Donald Jimenez, Flor jipp, Gregory jones, Alice jones, Cynthia jones, Larry jones, Paul Jordon, Denise joyal, Larry judge,-James Karncy, Mike Keel, Bob Kern, Ronald Kilburn, Peggy Kirk, Brcr Knight, Shannon Knopf, Gcnclle Kocs, Rosemary Kocs, Thomas Konsrantouros, Tcrry Koo, Alec Koyama, Timothy Kreidcr, Philip Kurata, Patricia Lamere, Anrhony Lands, Carmen Lass, Paul Sophomores 185 Lauridsen-Bache, joanne LePage, Michael Lehclc, Randall Leon, Steve Lcssard, Dennis Lira, Stephen Long, William Looper, Kim Lopatriello, Mario Lopez, Angel Lopez, Mark Lorico, Gilbert Lowe, Ben MacBeth, Bruce Mannie, Wade Marolda, Dan Marshall, Pauline Martin, Christy Martinez, Adriana Martinez, David Martinez, Diana Martinez, john Martinez, Kathryne Matthews, ,Janis Matthews, Michelle Matthews, Stuart 186 Sophomores " . AX .. 5 . il A X ,,.. V ., . ,,,1 wt, XXX K ,,l1 If, Q' K ,, if s ' it N ,,: 4 I -e ff Fi! .J E' F f XSS' tw n rrr r r iw 5? Mayeinura, Alan Mcifloutl, Cheryl Mcflullutn, Karen McDonald, Sherri MeMillian, Wlilliam Meade, joseph Mendez, Lisa Mcrten, Debra Meyer, Tamara Mcycrltofer, lltn Mcyerson, Sharon Mickey, -Ican Middleton, Lester Micclcnmzt, lidwarcl Mills, Gary Minikus, Kimluerlie Miniltus, Kirk Mishreki, Ragui 0 Mojica, -less Mollcs, Yvonne Mollctti, Stephen Monroe, Bruce Montgomery, Lorrina Moreno, 'lose Morrison, Scott Mosscnjimmic Moyer, Robert Muns, Paula Nzikata, lilztine Napoles, Miguel Sophomores l Navarrete, Inez Navarro, Angel Navarro, Martha Northway, Walter Nottingham, Vicki Nunez, Manuel 0'Dell, Lowell Ochoa, Elaine Ochoa, Lucinda Ogilvie, Heather Ohta, Allison Okimoto, Russell Orozco, Barbara Ortiz, james Overturf, Laura Paasveld, Dave Pacente, Richard Padilla, Pat Page, Kory Parks, Kim Pate, Scott Patterson, Glenda Pattersonhlim Paulik, Tina Peabody, Brad Peclaice, Laura Pcnera, Norman Periquet, Maria Perry, Pam Peterson, Todd Petrus, Phill Pillen, Peggy Pinto,,Iuno Pitzen, Sherry Poitier, Sheree Pompa, Margaret Porcayo, Filiberto Prater, Brian Prince, Mark Puertas, Martha Putt, Shirley Quinlan, Laura Rafter, Eileen Raggio, Candy Ramirez, Ray l88 Sophomores 6. fbfs I ,JR x m 9 .. :aw , lg, ,,r if-,,,,,k 7 vb' S' Q-fv 'yvl Ramos, Maria Ravenscroft, Carrie Rawls, Kristen Ream,-Iames Reaves, Gwen Reed, Burl Reyes, Arthur Reza, Robert Ricks, Sonya Rider, joseph Rions, Carol Rions, Karen Rios, Henry Robinson, Deborah Rodriguez, Cynthia Romero, Teresa Roncy, Cheri Rosenbauer, Martin Rosenblatt, Denise Rotarius, Dave Ruiz, Ramiro Salazar, Toby Salcido, Patsy Sales, Carlos Sanchez, Terry Sandoval, William Sanrellan, Ismael Santos, Anna Saria, Robert Saria, Robin Saunders, Chris Schaap, Rudolf Schafer, Martin Schleich, joseph Schamalz, Ronald Schmidt, Rita Schoeman, Lynne Schroeder, Patricia Schultz,-Jody Schumpert, Bill Scott, Terri Sophomores 189 Scruton, Bob Seerdsma, Marie Scllgren, Donna Sherman, Dan Shimomurajoann Shiroma, Mickey Shoemake, Kathryn Shumaker. Eve Lyn Sibrie, Denise Silva, David Simonek, .Jodi Skogen, Steve Slavin, Dan Smith, Cynthia Smith, Ernest Smith,,Iim Smith, Russell Smithson, Sheila Soloranzo, Silvester Soto, Denise South, Bonnie Spangler, Yvonne Spano, Diane Spargo, Leroy Spickler, Ricky St. Ann,john St. Clair, joe Stackhouse, Terry Stark, Carrie Steimer, Deborah Stephens, Kim Stillwagon, Ross Streets, Deidre Stuifzand, Irene Sun,jerry Suyenaga, Gregg Tafoya, Edward Tanner, Cynthia Tapia, Delia Taylor, Kevin Taylor, Michael Taylor, Neal Tcbbutt, Tori Thiele, Ginger Thomas, Chris Thomas, Kelly Thompson, Broderick Thompson, Henry Thompson, Shane Tingley, jerri Tinney, Murrel Toburen, Cindy Torralva. Sally 190 Sophomores ik is 'S , , ,,, ,. .. H , ,. . 09 ,.,,,.....---- is Ei., A-Wi in Q- Val lcy, .loc . , 4 Cf 'ws 5 ., X A 5' .0 , . I -l 4' Torrcz, Rtvnaltl Trigcros, Anna Turck, liolwhic Tynan, Parricia Ulimasan, liolnlc Uva, Terri Vaca, Wally Vallc, Alhcrto Van Beck, Brcntla Van Dorpc, Diana Van Malscn, llratllcy Van Saun, Kathy Van Wyk, Chns Vann, Kathy Vcrnula, Martin Vcrtiro, john Villacsrusa. Santly Villcscas, Carol Volivitrliuloscplm Votaw, Scott Wi1ltlct'kcr, Kcnncth Wal lmann, Santlra Warren. Stephan ic Watkins, lfcslic Watstvn. Mitzi Wetltllc, Cary Wcismxxntcl, llivitl Welch, Scotr Wentz, Laura West, Malina West, Mary Wcstra, Kay Wliislcr, Kclly Whitc, Angela Whitney, Mark Wicrsma,jcffrcy Wilkinson, Terry Willintnis, Donna Williams, lnri Willis, Glcn Willis, Rtxlncy Wilson, Michacl Wilstmn, Virkic Winclicstcr, Martha Winstcatl, Mirhclc Wiswcll, Brian Woods, Carol Wriglit, Sharon Yates, Gary Ybarra, Donna Yoshikawa, Cynthia Zaltlivar, llcrtor Zaratqjohnny Zcrtuchc. Phillip Zirnstcin, Dchora Soplioniorcs l9l Abston, Brenda Acostzi, jesus Acosta, Mario Adams, Karen Adams, Lori Adamson, jeffrey Aguirre, Daniel Albert, Marcy Alben, Mary Aldcaette, Xavier Allen, David Altimirano, Debbie Altimirano, Diane Alves,,Iohnny Anderko, Michelle Andrake, Catherine Andres, Fermin Andrews, Tammy Anglim, Earleen Anltenbauer, Denise Anold, Tim Appel, Doug Aragon,-James Aragon, Martha Arao, Peri Ariss, Carlos Arnold-Bik, Esther Arrey, Cheri Arriola, Dennis Arthur, Robert Ayala, Stephen Baeza, David Bagioli, Isabel Bagley, Timothy Baker, jon Baldonado, Eddie Baldonado, Thomas 192 Freshmen llall,'lnl1n Barqucra. Rlt'll.ll'tl Bauglunan, Stcvc Bavaurc, Melissa Bcall,'lanninc Bchrcntls. Kent Bclilc, Larry Bcmartl, Nanny Bcnavitlcs, Davirl Bennett, Frank Bcnslcy, Rnsscll Bcnutliv. Ronaltl Bcrartli, Robert Bergman, listcllc Bcrgquist, Stcwart Bcttcnwurt, Michael Blair, Susie Blaizc, Carolyn Bocltius, Dcanna Bockius, Dclura Boclan, Lucy Bolamlcr, james Bolton, Michacl Bonrtti, David Bonner, Daviil Boozcr, Charlcs Borja, Pctcr Bosch, Karen Boshak, Crystal Bowman, David Brandon, Gregory Brannigan,jamic Brooks, Tommy Brown, Admin Brown, Edward Brown, Michael Brunk, Joanne Buchanan, james Buckner, Carey Buford, ,Jacqueline Bunting, Colin Burgucno, Patsy Burmcistcr, Charles Burns, Martin Busc, Edward Butler, Harriet Byrum, Ron Cabrera, Cesar Cam-':ron,jim Freshmen 195 Campanaleuleff Candelaria, Roland Cannata, Christine Capote, Edie Carlstromhlane Carr, Paula Carrillo, Lisa Carter, Larry Castaoiepa, Becky Casteelhlohn Castorina, Cathy Castro, Ricardo Chapman, April Chapman, William Chatreau, Michael Chavez, Michael Child, Tom Childress, Susan Childrey,joe Chinchon, Patricia Christina, ,Iulie Ciofzilouloseph Clarcly, Darvin Clemen, Arcadio Cohill, Sharon Colon, Claudio Conn, Brian Cooke, Elizabeth Coon,-Iohn Coon, Marla Copenhaver, Cindy Cordaro, Daniel Cordi, Michael Cornelius, Cathy Coronado, Lorraine Cossette, Rick Cotten, Candese Craig, Lori Crowell, Lori Cude, Sheryl Dane, Stephen Daniels, Matthew Dano, jane Dario, Rowena Darney, Mark David, Derek Davis, Larry 194 Freshmen fhvis, Tamara Dcliortl, Kathleen Dcifortlova, Ricardo Dc Groot, Lcnnic DC La Luz, Sergio Dc la Rosa, Albert Dc Silva, Shcami Decker, Karcn Dempsey, Thomas Dcnlttas, Matt Dobuclci, Wlilliam Donycs,julic Downs, Diana Du Vall, Davitl Duarte, joseph Dugan, Michael Dullaart, lwlargm Duncan, Shcrwootl Duran, Elaine Earl,jamcs Eblc, Susan Eccles. ,Ianccn Eclxivcrri, Dcxtcr Edwards, Robin Eiclc, Ladcll Ellis, Sheri Elsasscr. Debbie Enriqucz, Danina Ervin,.Iackic' Escamilla, Maria Escobeclo, jai mc Evans, Cynthia Evans, Gregory Evans, Lynda Evans, Robert Exe, joseph Exlinc, Tommy Freshmen Falk,jodi Faulkner, Gary Feinhandler, Alan Felski, Ray Felton, Pamela Ferdula, Cathy Fernandes, Carlos Finnell, Timothy Fitzgerald, Mike Flanagan, Keith Flora, Deborah Flores, Frank Follis, Party Fordham, Barbara Fordyce, Patti Foster, Lloyd Foster, Paul Freeman, Danny Frias, Louis Friedman, Diana Fry, Wendy Funk, Suzanne Gaddis, james Gaines, Gregory Gallardo, Elaine Galloway, Jana Gamo, Arnell Garcia, David Garcia, Michael Garduno, Debra Garner, Cathy Gamer, Robert Gaspard, Michelle Getchell, Susan Gieck, Christopher Gil, Leticia Goethe, Thomas Goldberg, Richard Gonzales, Lorraine Gonzales, Ray Gonzales, Victor 196 Freshmen rynfsi X W sf lx: If in e Q W Q-Q. N X ,A ,iiwit 1 xf' Gonzalez, Steve Grajeela, Williiim Granado, Mona Gray, Lori Griego, David Grosf lam, .lay Guajarclo, Lorenzo Guerrero, Richard Gutierrez, Diane Guzman, Nathan Gusman, Vincent Haaswyk, Roy Hall,-Ioanne Hall, Shelly Hamersma, Steven Hammonil, Willizini Hander,-Iames Hanenhurg, Thomas Haney, Helen Hansenhlzinet Hanson, Cathy Hanson, Michael Harding, Deborah Harclinguliiditli Harms, Glen Haro,-Juan Hartman, Chip Hauczinger, Lilly Haughton, Dana Hawkins, Michael Heersma, Tracy Freshmen 197 Hendrix, Tanya Henry, Vicki Herbst, Lori Hernandez, Antoinette Hernandez, Becky Hernandez, David Hernandez, Eddie Hernandez, Lisa Hernandez, Martha Hernandez, Paul Hernandez, Terri ' Heustis, Mark Hilbrands, Bonnie Hill, Bonnie Hines, Craig Hoffman, Leonard Hood, Robert Horan, David Howard, Sabrina Howe, Donald Hubert, Gary Huerta, Frankie Huizer, Cnlz Hunter, Dianne Hurt, Christina Huston, Lori Icenogle, Darrel Inman, Robert Jacobson, Scott jameson, Dianna jaurequi, Carlos jaurequi, Ramon jaurequi, William jenkins, Debra jerls, Robert johnson, Eric johnson, Kimberly johnson, Paul jones, Dan jones, Trisha Jorgensen, Paul juarez,joann Kaltenbach,jeffrey Kamper, Karl Karney, Katherine Kcomtululianna Kealy, Diana 198 Freshmen F K' Keenan, Artlene Kersey, Elaine Kerseyjeffrey Ketterer, Pete Khandelwal, Panka King, Athena Kirlcegaartl, Dc Ann Kirmayer, Renate Klipper,Stacey Knevelbaarcl, lallen Knieriem, Teri Knipe, April Kois, Brenda Koolmees, Mark Koontz, Daniel Korsgatlcn, Linda Kotalce,-John Kuratajulie Kusial-t, Mariann l.a Certe, Carol Labier, Dalee Lacour, -lan Lake, Terri Lakeman, Sue Lamas, Ramon Lamere, Debbie Lamere, Donna Lancaster, Theresa Lantz, Beth Lara, litlna Lauridsen-Barhe, Glenn Freshmen 199 Lawson, Cari Lay, Michelle Lee, Cindy Lee, Randy Lee, Young Su Lceman, Dell Leeuw, Aletha Legnonhloseph Lenthal, Gary Leon, Jef f rey Libhart,juli Liston, Lisa Lliteras, jose Locke, Eilenc Longshaw, Mary Loo, Craig Loo, Herbert Lopez, David Lopez, Elizabeth Lopez, Gilbert Lopez, juan Lopez, Yolanda Lorieo, Benjie Lorraine, Cynthia Loubett, Dawn Louie, johnny Lovejoy, Gregory Lowe, Deborah Lozano, john Luzano, joseph Lydon, Kenneth Mac Beth, Catalina Macias, Leticia Mariel, Deborah Magana, Frank Magnera, Guy Maher, Tamera Maine, Robert Makepeace, Michell Madonado, Febe Manocgian, Holly Marco,-lose Martinez, Alex Martins, Elizabeth Marzan, Linda Mathis, Robert Matthews, Denise Matthews, Lewis Matthews, Ricky Matus, Maribel 200 Freshmen Mayfield, Pamela McCleary, Emeric McCormick,julie McFarland, Kenneth McGinry, Scott Mclnrire, Shelley McSeveney, Melinda Meadows, Betry Medina, Bobby Medrano, Eduardo Melendrez, Anna Melina, Raul Mendenhall, Pamela Mendez, Manuel Mendez. Yolanda Meyer, Eddie Meyerhofer, Kathleen Migliore, ,Iodie Miller, Brad Miller, Tnmra Milligan, Kathy Miner, Debra Miranda, Gerardo Mishreki, George Molina, Raul Monraz, Luz Montenegro, Ci ndie Montoya, Susan Morgan, Clark Moringo, Lisa Munoz, Sally Muns, Pamela Murillo, Fred Murillo, Phillipjr. Musella, Sherri Navarro, Sarah Nelson, Susan Nickels, jerry Nicolett, Maria Nielson, Melanie North, Jana Northway, Kathy Nunez, Ruben O'Farrell, Ronny Oliver, Mike Olson, Gary Olson, Ken Onopa, Inez Orlina, Mercy Orlina, Raymond Orosco, Christine Orozco, Victor Ortega, jerry Otto, Daniel Pacente, Denise Freshmen 201 Pacheco, Audrey Packingham, Scott Padilla, Darren Pahlka, Paul Palmer, Carrie Panchan, Sompon Parham, Vanessa Parker, Karen Parks, jeff Parriera, Beverly Patton, Laura Peake, David Peake, Esther Pedace, Michelle Peeler, Robert Pelsue, Lisa Perkins, Kevin Perkins, Patricia Perri, Anthony Peters, Mark Peterson, Candi Pfendler, julie Picker, Brian Pinheiro, Adree Pinkerton, Steven Pollet, Kathryn Poole, Bridget Post, Deanna Pruess, Buddy Price, janet Price, Sandra Puertas, David Pugh, joel Quan, Dana Raate, Kevin Rack, Stephen Raigosa, Esual Ramirez, David Ramirez, Karen Ramirez, Marisela Ramirez, Raid Ramos, Maria Ramsey, joni Raney, Millicent Ravenscroft, Cathryn Reames, Paul Reed, Lisa Reuter, Karen Reutter, Donald Reynolds, Cheri Rhodes, Darren Rhodes, janet Riedel, Michael Rios, Lorraine Risbon, Dawn Freshmen A x ' Q X I, .4 9m vue it gs Rivera,,lamcS Rivera. Rudy Robbins, Keith Roberts, Mark Rodrigues, Mark Rodriguez, Christopher Rodriguez, lirasmo Rodriguez,,Iaime Roman, Rudy Romo, Corina Ropeter. Lorri Rose, Mark Rose, Nancy Rosenblatt, Marc Roule, Stephen Ruane, Steven Ruiz, Hector Ruiz,john Ruiz, Mary Russell, Robert Rutia, Maritoni Ruybali, Angela Saber, Larry Sablan, Ruth Saicoc, Peggy Salamon, Clifford Salazer, Bernadette Salciclo, Richard Sanchez, Laura Sanchez, Santiago Sanchez, Sonia Sanders, Mae Sansone, Patricia Hhaefer, Debbie Sahaniel, Roberta Schreiber, Laura Schulenjeri Scliultzulenifer Schumpert, Candy Scott, David Scott, Deborah Seminara,.lohn Serafin, Barbara Seter, Allan Shafer, Dale Shroll, Patrick Shumaker, Shorrie Silvas, Lorie Skogcn, Shelli Slajer, Kathy Smith, Grace Smirh,-laclclyn Smith, Michael Snell, Elizabeth Freshmen 203 Snyder, Deann Sosa, Tina Soto, Stacy Sperry, Curtis Spitz, David Steel, Mike Stegall, Sandra Stephens, Simone Stephenson, Martin Stevens, Teri Stewart, Cindy Stewart, Todd Stott, Fned Streets, Fuschia Strelow, Mark Strode, john Strouble, Rhonda Sylvester, Richard Tablett, Norman Tafoya, julie Takeuchi, Carol Tancioco, Edrena Tapia, Sally Taylor, Gwendolyn Taylor, Lisa Tellinghuisen, Mark Tello,jack Terrazas,john lTThomas, Carrie Thompson, Floyd Thompson, Tommy Thurston, Rhonda Thy, Daniel Tibayan, Arleen Tibayan, Marian Torres, Boyd Townsend, Debra Trager,joanne Trinidad, Larry Tryon, Dee Tucker, Don Tucker, Stacey Ulimasao, Faatuai Vail, Michael Valadez, Vincent Valdez, Ronald Valenzula,-loc Van Loon, Carol Van Winkel, Yvonne Van Wyk, Rebecca Vander Elst, Diane Vanderwielen, Pamela 204 Freshmen X01 '.'Qvs-""'?: , fs, K. ' ...aamoisl t 2 R X fs, 'SIX 1' Q eq, was 1 1 E Vandevelde, Barbara Varela, Anthony Varela, Brenda Vernolahjoe Verrecchia, Gina Vicente, Miguel Vicror,jolinv:la Victor, Karla Villaescusa,-Ianet Villalva, Eleanor Villarreal, Danny Villegas, Robert Vincent, james Wagner, Michael Wakehouse, Gary Walden,james Wallenburg, Pam Wandler, Laura Ward, Leslie Warehlessica Warnock, Melissa Watson, Barbara Watt, Lori Webb, Mark West, Maralynda West, Sandy Whalen, Arlene Wilkes, Lisa Williams, Dewey Williamshlames Williams, Kirk Willson, Dolores Wilson, Karen Winovitch, Susan Winslow, Raumoncl Wolff, Randee Wollum, Douglas Wong, Kirk Woodhloscph Wyngaardcn, Arlene Yamaguchi, Leslie Yanez, Iaorene Yanez, Maria Yates, Glenn Yettaw, john Yoshida, Tsutomu Youngman, Lou Ann Yunker, David Zeleznik, Gary Zertuche, Francine Ziegler, Karl Freshmen 205 206 Academ U-?fk,LQJWCL. gif? if 6Qwwm --f-elf f X Academics 207 Annual Message We will remember this school year through- out the rest of our lives because of our nation's 200th birthday. In thinking about and observing the occasion, the Gahr student body has provided a permanent memory with Bicentennial Square. Generations of students will enjoy this accom- plishment by our present classes. You will be much in my memories as a stu- dent body who achieved unity As a cause became important the support became strong and success was achieved. This athletic year has been the greatest in Gahr history with the leaders getting scholarships because they are scholars. Our most important lesson learned this year has been how much accomplishment comes from respect for and cooperation with each other. Thank you for your contribution to Gahr High School. Dr. Hanford Rants Principal 1975-76 ,dl . I Administration is 'VK Dr Rants Mrs. Williams Mrs. Rabenberg Mrs. Clisby Mr. Crowley 208 Academics Academics 209 Counselors X Work Experience Zifirfgi W? Mr. Aguirrc Miss Tapia U 'Kwi Mrs. H111 ra. . ji 4 4 f QW iq 1 1 in Acxuicmics Zl l Mrs. Bohnke Mrs. Copp u Mrs. Cummings Mrs. Fcltman Y 212 Academics Secretaries "' , - l Miss Fcrdula Mrs. Gray Mrs. Nichol 1 . n 1 L, n,...- 1 Mrs. Phillips Mrs, Williams Academics 215 214 Academics Nurse Library Media Center rr-0 "'- 'lGahr students are the best I have ever hadf, Gary Densham "There's been a change in students over the years. The girls wear less clothesg the boys have longer hair." Ken Haar Not pictured: Mr. Densham Mr, Hale Academics 217 Q .6 .g w Nm vy- 9 F41 fu -ivy. wo - 555 f , v , 411' QQ V.-gr! ,i, ir, ii, 4 ' x 2' fi, ll: Q 2 1 1 5 , X W , WM .. .,..mm1,l ,.L J V ,115-an 'f , IJ, W' 'ff ,"4f'x' iw? if get 512 QSJQJFP' -f' 9 , , Q Q 12-,WF 2, E f V 45 ,W 112, 14,- W nf 4 .1 z 233 xg ev ' , ,A ,Q 51 1 - we 1 " f9"'fZgQ ig' Mx, , , "f x ., 1, ,, 1 . "N We ,f m aw 'Y' , J 'Q 795. , , w A ff' 'cf V , X? w ' f" n ' 5 'Q-'gf 11+-, Q , W' mg' K," g 4 ,f Q5 wiib, " 'S f at ., Q, ,4,.h. , X 5 . 'aff f L -. ' ' I 5 , K. 9 , , I r , Ay ,sf '- L 3' auf, 1. W S A .M V, g my Wulf 53545 Z W f W1 af 1.-an Q Englisl I like my English class because "It,s not just work all the timcf, Sharon Wright Mrs. Carlsen Mrs. Cziraki 220 Academics Mrs. Miss Davis Miss Barnes Mrs. Dragonetti gi, In "It,s a fun class and you clon'r really think of it as an English class because it's not boring like most of them." Linda Bragg Mrs. Meadows Mrs. Molrer Mr. Raabe Mr, Vralla Academics 221 "We do other things besides just learning from a book, such as writing our own skits in French." Maria Gutierrez ,1- 222 Academics if Ns? Foreign Language 4 Academics 223 224 Academics Home Economics -QE r A 5 1 I Mrs. Kawallis .1 Mrs, Smallwood . ,... .. Nm-i..,f f ,gf J ' Z 1 s Academics 225 "Math for adults teaches valuable lcssons that will be used after gmduationf' Alam Iron Academics 227 Physical Education Miss Bohrcn ' H ' ' " Mr. Olson - - Ad' ' -. -5. --w... M 'X Kiki? 1 .t 2 5. X . ,. -VW-f-. 5 .ef 9-XM Mrs. Lewis , ,, Academics 229 a .M 4.,,.....-, . .... .-Y .-.-.,--.. , ...,-V...-..-... -, . ....,... Science Health and Safety Mr. McKee w Mr. Bruno M' H'11 230 A 1dCm1 S ,X VV A Mr. Rodrizucz Mr, Walsh W Science Survey I "It's the funnest science in the schoolu "The teacher is cute and he understands his students" Cyndi Grillo Cuchi Baquier Mr. Van Smaalen Mr. Wrayi Y Academics 231 Mr. Chesccrman Mr. Hughes 232 Academics Social X Political Science "Lots of my friends are in this class. Pretty primo group." Did you know "the windows in this room are painted over in green paint?,' - Mary Archuleta R . A 1 X Mr. O'Conner Mr. Rogers Mr. Scanlon Mr. Ulindor Academics Special Education Special Ed. is great, "because the teachers listen to what you have to Sayf, Mike Sanders 234 Academics Mrs. Damron Mr. Fillings: 53? gin xg I 1 I like Special Ecl. because the teachers help you with your work from other classes. john Martinez - FQ at K l U 31 . X 0' I Q ,bl Mr. Misner Mr. Zavala Academics 235 Cafeteria Staff 0096 "4"-n-, - - Mrs. Fein, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Mathieu, Mrs. Romkcma, Mrs. VanDeSteeg 236 Academics Custodial Staff ' .syiisi L N-. --.L-Q,, ,,-.4 sf 3: Yi? L .s 3 Mr. Roush, Mr. Cooper, Mr. De Sousa, Mr. Hulst, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Naugle, Mr. Robison, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Garvey Academics 237 'lull-lk-W Q-ll-lil WW- MW The staff of Memoriae Aureae would like to express its appreciation to the number of busi- nessmen and merchants who have shown an interest in Gahr High School and its student body by contributing to our advertising section. 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Lee Manager Res: l2 I 3l 865-74I3 I T - abo 2029 SHZiHEY'S PlzzA Pmuon ef? mv uf? YE PUBLIC HOUSE wawv cwwb Gahr s+uden+s spend a lo+ of fime af+er games here because Sl1akey's has greal pizza, drinks, bunch of lunches and ofher delicious foods. 5' 'SJZIQR A 'We serve fun ai' Shalcey's, also pizza." r "' y -Qf"1i'c,lmgQ filo 4 . -ii Ad VCIT KEEP TALKING Ron Gaez y Yunes A ' . Nabilsi fi Qu Sales mi L Managers MQQQ - RT SUPPl.Y CUMPANY l lug il Q' x X 5' . B I E I 7426 Sludebalrer I8906 Broolrhursl' 7 Q H Q Cerrilos Foun+ain Valley , , Phone 860-6526 Phone l7I4l 963-8907 J l :M Il ' ve". F ' ' fl . I i Iceagfeasm R Parlour .QW Z y eslaura n+s 410 Los Q l Cerri+os Mall 5511535 12591-lung Phone 860-3367 An Equal Opportunity Employer Va nclenberg Mfg. Co. "The Besl in Dairy Equipmen'r" Wishing +he Class of '76 +he Besl of Luck. Offices Localecl a+: l7306 Roselon Ave. Arfesia aeseooo I 6455 Chino'Coro1'ldRoad Chino' CA Ren and Kalhy Oliver Frenenaeeei S+ore Owner l7'4l597'34'2 Baskin-Robbins 207 Norfh Los Cerriios Mall Cerrifos 924-I l3l 244 Advertisements Congra+ula+ions +o The Class of '76 From: Barro's Pizza Ancly's Nursery De Marco's Halian Deli De Jong's Hardware Union '76 SPIRIT OF '76!" QQ Q 2 eww or QERRHEFQS u A A i213i 866-7059 ,o 10707SouthStwet j- CerNtos,CaHf.90701 loved RICK PLREZ RRSISSSSRQU Ad 45 -'- - .aw '- H 'W-"-"r"'-"-'- ' '-'mir' ' hi 'f Congralulalions lo 'rhe Graduale May we ioin you in celebraling our coun1'ry's +wo-hundred+h year: Knowledge and Loyally gave us our Cons+i+u+ion, and our Coun'rry. The communi+y of Ar+esia has supporled educ:a+ion for more +han one hundred and one years. , - ' .0-'2 1 ' Knowledge and Loyal'l'y louill' our new Cily Hall, and 'rhey can build an edifice for you. Besl' wishes for your fulure. The Ci+y Council and Cilizens of Arfesia. 46 Ad Beverly Bea u+y F CLAY d DOLLIE MURRY Supply Paramoun+ ,,6o9PmB,Vd, Furni+ure ,.I2:,s,1is A+ ' 922-3277 8' Ca'Pe'f Co. l ff Jim S+evens ' A Q X I I NJ P6I'6f':1gii?BIVd. C O M P A N Y an Q? Paramoum' S' N 636-7447 633-8841 O D OC. OC, O O ,li 6 6 5 i 7 36 HWLIHUDREMJ Chevrole+ Makes Sense in America S8zJ Chevrole'r I moo s6u+h S+.-66+ 924- I 676 ' '434 Som" 5733+ 8656455 The Liquor S+ore - - A-:idx Advertisements 2 47 Good Luck Seniors --' Jay Colacecchi T Q Dan Dobuclci Charlene Dueclc 'S-El... 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