Garden Grove High School - Argonaut Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA)

 - Class of 1963

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In honor of a man who has devoted his time and his patience in helping this staff create an annual worthy of our school. Because of the immeasurable support and devotion he has given the Argonaut, we, the Argonaut staff of 1963, would like to dedicate this year's annual to Mr. Louis Hill. He has given innumerable hours of his own time, on Saturday, during vacation, and after school, to help us produce this year's annual. Many times we have come close to missing our deadlines, but through his "witty barbs" we have always managed . . . somehow. As you continue through this yearbook, you will find on each page many examples of his fine photography. Mr. Hill ioined the teaching staff of Garden Grove High School three years ago. Since that time the annual staff, has received many honors for its publications. We know, Mr. Hill, that without your help and support this would never have been accomplished. Our most sincere thanks from the entire staff. 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She did not achieve the honor without high effort. Her competitors ex- hibit the same high quality of devotion to the school, and their school records are almost without parallel. Pat Floyd and Jean Mann are outstanding Argonauts. ,X c,.M Q ' 'QI e , if Pat Floyd i fx Sue Hawley I. Jean Mann ARGONAUTS Highest of honors, the Most Worthy Argo- naut title means that Alan Langdon has earned the accolade by his selfless service to Garden Grove High School. The com- petition was strong. Four year records of Tom Carter and David Kersey were out- standing, but in the final analysis, based on all areas of academic, scholastic, atti- tude, and service to the school, Alan Langdon was declared the winner. As Most Worthy Argonaut he leaves a rec- ord of devotion to the student body and the school. Tom Carter I I?ae-V3 ADMINISTRATION I-ixffjwfw K x -ff' .1 .5 , , VY?-'., af ' Ti LH M ! V fXfJL,! 3 . 3 X , N f'1,,,fVwf" n 'Ak XL Sli!! 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He took keen interest in the school and its instructors during the school year of i962-1963. Governing Garden Grove High School is the Board of Trustees. The men who make up this board are the ones who decide either "yes" or "no" on a school issue. They often appropriate funds for the activities of the Argonauts. fl ff ff' if' Mr. James C. Cherry BOARD OF TRUSTEES liifl ,. G ,li , ill L , n f ....-...ql ,, William B. Whitlow, Joe F. Furr, Carl J. Lehman, Nathaniel Kurnick, and William H. Wiesner. 1 X-A-...............-,- , , sl.,-NX ,uf ! , , f, ,.,,1. T27 Mrs. Eileene La Barthe, Garden Grove's principal, is an excellent example for the co-eds of the high school, with her charming manner and attractive appear- ance. She is an outstanding administrator, and is popular with the students. ll 1 4 ,ex I. X DEAN A I I " In his first year at Garden Grove, Mr. Robert IX:-5 Brickman has become one of the most well-known administrators on campusp his position is that of Attendance Supervisor and also Boys' Dean. His X main responsibilities are as follows: keeping ac- t curate records of daily attendance, and boys' I discipline. Mn' Heh Xi Bl 95 S 2 if S I, -X A IXIQ-gf---, N fi ':if"1.Q.V ,fftvrf fl 2' -' :asf " s ' : - IFWH3- , H, iT'Nl,3LQ X. 1 I ' 'I 'ff-5 ties , X " :'T'1-'7i'A'i1fn f: '- : " X f - ' VICE PRINCIPAL Mrs. Mary McClain is now serving in her second year as Vice-Principal at Garden Grove High. She is also Dean of Girls. The girls look to Mrs. McClain for guidance and assistance when prob- lems arise. She is also in charge of student body finances. ffihsfw--M s4-' - WT: 1 IIA Th, I f XS. loben hown lfcl gf IH. His Hg gg. boys' 'ffl' I f - 7 Y,,, , , ,..ELL,,1,-af z f 2 fy, , 1 vu 1 VL , 262' f N W X Mrs. Helene Brown BUSINESS MANAGER How often Mrs. Brown has helped Us with our problems Ihrough her efficienl munugomonl of lho book sion! NURSE f"" Xen " Aim. 4 Mlflnf The nurse plays an imporioni part In fha lheollh and well-being of the sludenls. Mrs. Mabel Benefiel 13 -H ,,,,,,Lf -, -:Trigg-f-T1-:1:.?i.:-:X .rl 1 I 1 I n 2 n f"N frm. , 1 ' Egg A Q , 41 M Mrs. Rose Mandeville Y x ln Ihe main office, business is conducted in a friondly manner. MAIN GFFICE vs' -..4 I 9:30 F. A- ...Q .,' 321'-1 , 1: 1. 9 -1 gi I E an f ll :twig L ,155 3 ,Ng 11" alv, , ,Z ' ii 10, ' vu- Hwk X J 5 f r' Francis Neal gif L' I xv E N Ml Rohan 5 , xx "KN-f N0 l -1 I Mag! Francis Neal and Momi Callis smile in spite of mountains of work. -em--.. Mr. Charles Shoriridge EVM M V 5 VW' MM 1 I f, ' Mf- ' X M, Q f iz, I ,MT k K I YF Q ' U f GUIDANCE Mr. Donald West ,A?'?"'9" Mr. Robert Brickman " xX After a rough day, Marie Marshall and Marlono Bonne! pause to smile a hello. u 3. ,f:"5 ' ,rw x ix- 44" '11 795 fun . I 1 I ' ' ' 'ln-' ,K xx' nn. K. 5 XZ... l 4 rr-""" i . Q R is C3 R Q Mr. Robert Buelow Miss Ruth Horner Mr. Robert Peters Mr. Ralph Shields MY- Harold Val' Mr. Richard Hart if U! 'Q R 2' WI 4 A4 V V-.!"'.'-NTT?" ff ff, ' l ,nw , , if R 8 v"' 4 , A ff" X fs H53 571 ff' Mr. Melvin Sothan if R "S-fnrfx i 1: nga-ur'i s i. . w:'Y.r,.-SQL N l ' 'X' if 4.ii1-nw H., f v 1.. .- 'Q .ev .es-t-w.k5, E:- ... 4 ,..l-Ml .A ..- ,Mr NH, Nh ,, , 1.50 --.mfs-f1f.f, ,X it is Jw xx Mr. Regis Urinsco Nia" I 'Z Mr. Glenn Crawford - ,W X Mrs. Margaret Finan INDUSTRIAL ARTS . , R-lr ' 1,'W,, ,Z 'Dp- A M ,,- Mr. Donald Bower l 6 5 ff l l l l i i X i 1 i , 22 f . is , R x A , lf Hmlq yen F vi 'Y' I s WW ll I . l ll l , 1 1 ll' .Xl J X .X ,. R , 'ffV"W X '-.K , if' . x xv , I fl, ' ff fab 2 ffwffffln ds, .4 du-iw 3'-i-,We 'A i NA ,V . Miss Sandra Beebe Mr. Don Allen -ik.. Mrs, Eva Covinglon Mr. Robert Farrell Mr. Michael Gerbosi ENGUSH Mr. Dean Grimes Mrs. Janine Schiller Mr. Louis Hill Mary Jo Henricksen Miss Rita Lombardi Mrs. Mary Posner ,N .Me-N ' .X Q ' 1 17 Miss Agnes Sloan Mrs. Patricia Kisller Mr. Rick Rowland Mrs. Joan Query .!MlvN ff' .gf Zbfx 'W3"'T' I S WLS. -,.-.-7 W , VUL fi' ' ' 4, fit v ff, 12 I A fifty' Mr. Keiih GGYDGS Mr. John Kay Mr. Todd Paddock Mr. Richard Paulsell 'W' , I ,fl f xg fsck I, f,,., iss.-f-' W, 'Ns........A an... N Mr. Homer Delabar Mr. William Phillips SOCIAL STUDIES I Qgik, Mr. Jack fy- JE" 'ww Miss Diane Gray Qi' pu-all 1-M ww-an "um-rl' Seder Mr. Jack Thomas Mr. Edward Uranich M r. Doron Warren I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'A M II ff S Iv ,. f Ming: SX- if X Y 5 A N V IH IAS i 4 llalV"' 1 :Yf .2 .4 Lf 4,-4, ::..,! MATH Mrs. Mary Alice King Miss Pa! Haggeriy Mrs. Barbara Haitbrink 'rug manning.. 'lvgflf' ii 125 1 JL. f 4 fy A 2 5 . f WJ' QE. I F . ,. r 4 i, fi! rw? ,iE ff,,3.,i7v K QQ , Z5 . if r' r r B 'I I 15 42-,V Af Mr. Wayne Gibson Mr. Clois Powell Q, ' N Z V' gh 42 Miss Carolyn Dent Mr. Ed Engemann Mr. Robert Berger Mr. Bernard Schumaker 19 ,Jiri AY" , Mgx I -A M -4-i4 -4 -AA-.A-,Y4-,. Y A ,tw- , 1 1 lx Y Y i 1 I g r fm 7 , fm Z' ' 'N 5 f ,N -fr Www' H F anti! Aw' "' i , f fy f r f .-4. di ' A ', f Y I I Mr. Theodore Chandik Mr. Ed Dundon L F' Y SCIENCE 5' f l 'Q DEPARTMENT Mr, Alon Cunningham Mr. Richard Francuz Mr. Ernesi Baher Mr. William Trumbo .nr. Roy Stoddard Mr. Cunningham is al if again! L 20 ' 1 Q W f' MF'-xl 1 X A ,J il J 5 f N ff Mv. Nels 3 ne: E 4 ,' 1 K evo ,.,,..--1-A ART DEPARTMENT 41- Mr. Nels Nelson Mr. Ralph Vulez .,,.. 1 l ' ,AMR 'Ziff 5, if 5 fy .v ' if .6 ,,,f',:'1:' A V - ff ,l -,f if 4 A picture's worth a thousand words. f . Mn ff 4' if Qi Q M .W f T 'SEEN K HOME 16 ECONOMICS Mrs. Doyle Provost A stitch in time saves four. L ff Mr. Wllllam Smllh if Q X' 'va FOREIGN LANGUAGE Wahl ll l , 1 . f ' U l , v J 'qv . 4 I , M Q 2, to Q ' " Wh- Mai 5 - u im. 1 Q ' 1 , 'Q '5iO 4 . 9 " f,'.'l2? A fi! A , 'M W 5 iv- Miss Charlolle Field Miss Anna Finlay 4 , ,wfdw f, , foam? Wu ' Mr. Edward Brown G K G Z3 if 4 pV,v L, .' " of f' ' if f L Mr. Thomas Gqhan Mrs. Marlhu Hablbe wr gi A Mr, Brown's sludenls have discovered that STUDYING is lha surosl way of learning a foreign language. 22 r W f I 1 ! ' , f ,,l Q. A "' f s I 4 , in Mr. William Hoganson Mr. Hoganson helps the members of Boys' Chorus prepare for an appearance MUSIC DEPARTM ENT 4 ,I Egger - J,-, 1-:iw --.-,-L ,L ,X Mr. Russell Davis Those orchestral practice sessions seem very amusing lo Mr. Davis. 1 '9"""'e4. A vvx anew, A""" Mr James Axion ,avi f':"4 ' ,V a, , ,V A ' "-xg., , , Alain' " . .,,. 1, 1 F V V 1 -f1412L,Cczfi"' 4::i",., Q x - . s - - 1 .' Ti 4. ' Mr. Blanche Benify Mr. Alan Musil XM, , nn, ,.A, ---,,.-w --, , BUYS P. E. ,pf "8 4 I M, Mr, Rgberf 55,955 Mr. Donald Websier fix'-'v-?"T 1 I K. Ei? n--q:.4 an . W I V LJVS. Ll La V af ? 2 4- - I . ,gel V' J.. VV V, , llfigz V Qiivlir, T422 ' fx N I T-5 V l Q View ' . 4 , f ,,,,, +L, Q.-.swf-ty' Miss Barbara Decker .ffm www' - ,-lg, Y -:'3'?554"'4". 'if . 9,71 ,A 3 S W W, , V, ,, :Y :.f ,,. GIRLS' P. E. 1- I "T""""y V .gwx J, -f . -5 , is iff' ,I GQ ' 'V v ' 4 fl rr 5 1 N 'P Mrs. Julia Sanchez Miss Vicki Touiz Mrs. Lola Wri9h950"' fl Now we know what the gurls P.E. teachers do for relaxaiionl 25 fn M . LIBRARIAN Xiu, A,,,M,AM,,,M, , There h b gl d from corracl' use of the library. DRIVERS TRAINING Mr. Walter Powell 9? I I I Row Ig Marian 2 M 9 :ara n KII M03 B fi ir ax , Vi V ,llv in 1 .V , , 1 ,V 1 j , , I X .M , , . a . ,V,, ,, I M, ,V I M , ,1Z.,,,,e1h , I I ,, f w L 4 , Q iff . X I, A 7.5 k , X 5, 1-' 1 I , " X 6 4 A Y 1 . U q M Y, , . l W, jk l ,M I . an I bloke .J M L.. l ,AA Row 'l: Marian Gruber, Ethelle Fawkes, Marie Laskey, Gladys Delgadello, Irene Nacloau. Row 2: Margaret Damico, Julie Lingier, lla Simmons, Laurine Wursler, Ella Miller, Lucille Killion, Row 3: Jane Brueske, Flo Cain, lola Lambertus, Robert Matthews. ,luv W I .W ' CAlgEllERIA Busnii5Hil?lERs J , J -r I 'Q 1 Row 1: Mary Robarge, Mary Saglin, Fell Pierce, Dorothy Falkenham, Irv Par celle. Row 2: Al Perrine, Marinwll Reed, Geo Bater, Abberata Belcher, Mary V, ann Carson, Louralne Roberts. f' A A j-J: K, A, ,uh JY.. LJHY, CUSTODIANS 1, J J ii R ,lwl Mr. Wendell Newsom MR. DON ALLEN English Ill BA-Colorado State College MISS MURIEL ANDERSON Library Science BA-Occidental College MR. JIM AXTON Physical Education BS-University of California-L.A. Varsity Club MR. ERNEST BABER Physical Science BS--University of California--Berkeley Medical Explorers MR. BLANCHARD BEATTY Physical Education BS-University of Southern California Golf Team MISS SANDRA BEEBE English ll BA-University of California-L.A. MA-Long Beach State College MR. ROBERT BERGER Algebra I, General Math BS-Utah State University MR. DONALD BOWER Drafting BA-Pacific Union College MA-Long Beach State College MR. ROBERT BRICKMAN-DEAN BA-U.S.C. of Santa Barbara MA-Los Angeles State College Inter-Club Council MR. EDWARD BROWN French I-IV BA-Whittier College Key Club Varsity Tennis MR. ROBERT BUELOW Typing I-General Business BS-University of Iowa MA-University of Iowa MRS. VIRGINIA CARROLL-COUNSELOR BA-Miami University MR. ALEX CHANDIK Physical Science Biology BS-Indiana University MS-Indiana University Biology Club MISS EVA COVINGTON English II BA-University of Calif.--Berkeley MR. GLENN CRAWFORD FACULTY INDEX MR. ALAN CUNNINGHAM Algebra I, Chemistry, Physiology MA-Long Beach State College BA-Long Beach State College MS-Long Beach State College MR. RUSSELL DAVIS MI Concert Band, Prep Band, Orchestra, Drum 8- Bugle Corps BME-Drake University SS BARBARA DECKER Physical Education BA-Long Beach State College MA-Long Beach State College Girls' Athletic Association MR. HOMER DELABAR MI U.S. History, World History BA-Fresno State College MA--Fresno State College California Scholastic Federation Cross Country-Track SS CAROLYN DENT Math BA-Montclair College MR. EDWARD DUNDON Physics, Physical Science, Geometry BS-Edinbord State College -Penn State University MISS DIANE DUNN Latin I-IV, English I BA-University of Toronto MR. EDWARD ENGEMANN Math I PH.B. MR. ROBERT FARRELL English IV MI BA-University of California-L.A. MA-University of California-L.A. Jason Jesters Senior Play SS MARGARET FINAN Typing I-Il, Shorthand, Transcription BA--Illinois State University Jotters' Club MISS ANNA FINLEY Spanish I-IV BA-University of Calif.-Berkeley Spanish Club MR. RICHARD FRANCUZ Biology, Physical Science BS-Fresno State College MR. THOMAS GAHAN French I-II, Latin I BA-Gonzaga University MA-Gonzaga University Latin Club MR. KEITH GAYNES Civics, Psychology, Comparative Govt. BA-Whittier College . St d I B d G t Shop-Drafting, General Math, Woodworking U en O Y ovemmen BA-Washington State University 28 X. M, ,,,, ,, . . MR. MICHAEL GERBOSI Adv. Speech, English IV BA-Long Beach State College MA-Long Beach State College Golden Fleece MR. WAYNE GIBSON Algebra I, Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry BA--Long Beach State College Diakonoe Club MISS DIANE GRAY U.S. History BA-Long Beach State College MA-Long Beach State College Girls' League American Field Service Club MR. DEAN GRIMES English II BA-Occidental College MRS. MARTHA HABIBE Spanish I-ll BA-University of Chile MA-Long Beach State College MA-University of Southern Calif. MISS PAT HAGGERTY Algebra I-II BA-College of New Rochelle Mu Alpha Theta MRS. BARBARA HAITBRINK Algebra I, Physical Science BS-Kansas University MISS RUTH HARNER Bookeeping, General Business, Typi BS--Illinois State University ME--University of Illinois Tri-Hi-Y MR. RICHARD HART Electronics I-III, Shop I "B" Football Wrestling MRS. MARY-JO HENRICKSON English I BA-Whittier College MA-Long Beach State College Future Teachers' Club MR. LOUIS HILL English, Journalism, Publications BA-Los Angeles State College MA--Valley State College Quill and SCYOII Yearbook Newspaper MR. WM. HOGANSON Boys' Chorus, Girls' Chorus, English Acappella Choir, Concert Choir B. Mus.-University of S. Calif. MR. JOHN KAY Civics BA--U.S.C. at Santa Barbara MA-U.S.C. at Santa Barbara "C" Basketball fr mr . I I1 ru, MRS, MARY A Algebra I-II. Trigonomelrl BA,.W95l I M5-West I MRS' PAT lllsl English I-Ill 55..Furdue MRS EILEEN Li Princilial BA.-Univers MA-Univer: MISS RITA ION English It DI BA-Slate C' MRS. MARY Mc Ass'I Principe BA-Universi MA-Unlvers Student Aclivi Girls' league MR, ALAN MUSI Physical Edurc BA-long Bei Diving Team MR, NEIS NELSC General Art, Drawing 8. Pa BS-Universli MFA-Clareri Art Club MR. TODD PADI U.S. History, MA-San ir: Junior Clegg Boys' league Argo Fair MR. RICHARD P. World History BA-Fresno S MA-long Br MR. Ronin rg Business Low General Husil BA-Universi MBANUIIIVEI MI WM. nun U54 History, Brixton? Be Mllmlong 5, mul? leaning Varsity fum Vflrsily gm, MRS- MARY pc Eflglixli I ANUniv MACLM3 B ui 'Ms CL015 Po, Sunni., Sxcsnlral NIEDC . Ol CIVII Ddekl: fi E- fue Cc 1,59 'iifcngiw Cr see Ccl egg College Cab e Callege oem Calif. ixielle NK A-44 :Qt nest, lypiigl emily -:ls I KSON g Colleii iblicctians 5 Crlleii age ms. English Ill n Chair 5 Calll. WUI' amid .s ' e . A... . ,Z-,JJ MRS. MARY ALICE KING Algebra I-ll, General Business, Trigonometry, Analytic Geom. BA-West Virginia University MS-West Virginia University MRS. PAT KISTLER English I-Ill BS-Purdue University MRS EILEEN LA BARTHE Principal BA-University of S. California MA-University of S. California MISS RITA LOMBARDI English I, Drama BA-State College of Iowa MRS. MARY McCLAIN Ass't Principal BA-University of Michigan MA-University of Michigan Student Activities Girls' League MR. ALAN MUSIL Physical Education, Driver Ed, First Aid BA-Long Beach State College Diving Team MR. NELS NELSON General Art, Commercial Art, Drawing 81 Painting, Art Products BS-University of Oregon MFA-Claremont Graduate School Art Club MR. TODD PADDOCK U.S. History, General Math MA-San Francisco, California Junior Class Boys' League Argo Fair MR. RICHARD PAULSELL World History, Geography, Gen. Business BA-Fresno State College MA-Long Beach State College MR. ROBERT PETERS Business Law, Business Problems, General Business BA-University of California-L.A. MBA-University of S. California MR. WM. PHILLIPS U.S. History, World History BA-Long Beach State College MA-Long Beach State College Future Teachers' Club Varsity Football Varsity Baseball MRS. MARY POSNER English l BA-University of Washington MA-Long Beach State College MR. CLOIS POWELL Geometry BS-Central State MED-Oklahoma University Civil Defense , ,. Y - -- -- --f 'X FACULTY INDEX MR. WALTER POWELL Driver Ed, Driver Training BS-Colorado State University -Long Beach State College MRS. DAYLE PROVOST Home Ec. I-Ill, Home Management BA-University of Calif.-Berkeley -Long Beach State College Future Homemakers of America MRS. JOAN QUERY English BA-Indiana University MA-Long Beach State College MR. RICK ROWLAND Speech I, English ll BS-Oklahoma University MS-Pepperdine College Novice 8. "B" Debate Team Water Polo MISS JULIA SANCHEZ Physical Education BS-New Mexico Western College Lettergirls' Club Girls' Athletic Association MRS. JANINE SCHILLER English lll BA-Macalester College, Minnesota MA-Macalester College, Minnesota MR. BERNARD SHUMAKER Geometry, Applied Math, General Math BS-Purdue University MS-University of S. California MR. RALPH SHIELDS Bookkeeping BS-Ball State Teachers College MA-Ball State Teachers College MR. CHARLES SHORTRIDGE Counselor BA-Tarkie College MA-Colorado State College MRS. KAY SLOAN English, Creative Writing -University of Hawaii -University of Montana MR. WM. SMITH German I-IV, English Ill BA-University of Redlands MA-University of Redlands German Club MR. JACK SORTER World History BA-University of California-L.A. American Field Service Club Sophomore Class Junior Play MR. MELVIN SOTHAN Industrial Arts, Auto Shop, Shop l BA-Long Beach State College MA-Long Beach State College 29 MR. ROY STODDARD Phys. Science, Astronomy BA-Colorado State College MA-Oregon State College Radio Club Astronomy Club MR. ROBERT SUESS Physical ECIUCGHOI1 BA-Long Beach State College Letterman's Club "B" Football "B" Basketball Track MR. JACK THOMAS Civics, Economics BA-University of Calif.-Berkeley MA-San Jose State Senior Class MISS VICKI TOUTZ Physical Education BA-Long Beach State College Girls' Athletic Association MR. WM. TRUMBO Physical Science BA-Chapman College Varsity Basketball Junior Varsity Baseball MR. EDWARD URANICH U.S. History, English I BA-St. Ambrose College MS-Western Illinois University MR. REGIS URINSCO Machine Shop, Metal Shop BS-California State College MR. HAROLD VAIL Business Machines, Typing I BA-Loyola University of Los Angeles MS-University of S. California MR. RALPH VELEZ Arts, Crafts BS-Pratt Institute MS-Queens College MR. DORON WARREN World History BA-Fletcher College MA-University of Iowa MR. DON WEBSTER Physical Education BS-Pepperdine College MR. DONALD WEST Counselor BA-University of New Mexico MA-University of New Mexico MISS LOLA WRIGHTSON Physical Education BA-University of Calif.-Santa Barbara Drill Team Girls' Athletic Association ,fu 'TV' STUDENT GDVERNIVIENT N, STUDENT BODY ALAN LANGDON Student Body President Intelligence, excellent leadership, and a cheerful willingness to help others best describe our Stu- dent Body President, Alan Langdon. He used en- thusiasm when moderating at school assemblies, initiative when presiding over Student Council and Cabinet meetings, and readiness to represent the students of Garden Grove High School. Alan won recognition for the Argonauts with his outstanding debating ability during his past years at Garden Grove. We all admire our 1962-63 Student Body President, Alan Langdon. Alan Langdon officially awards the Hello Dale 'signature' winners with record albums. ff--f-'Tw -W M.. ., I Bein plan the and his o and during affair has e well 4 E A f fx N f C Cneertvi If Cs? SN. 'S .sed en. csenhiier, Cterrilund enresent the 2 Mun wan 1 :Jstunding S ct Garden Swdent Body 1 lla A' fl".-11 , I .5 J f- ' . rl? l 'Hp f lll L! ee, I f'2'ig': .l x if 4 r MUG Dale , f e :'5b 15 OFFICERS rom CARTER W Vice President i E Being Vice-President, Tom Carter was in charge of lik ' planning all student assemblies and, in case of 3 ffQf it 'U the President's absence, presided over Cabinet ""l'w""""W"'N"5 and Student Council meetings. Tom, along with his other duties, also supervised student elections and voting for new amendments that came up during the year. Taking an active part in school affairs and using his democratic procedures, Tom has effectively aided in running a smooth and well organized student body government. A, . , ff SUE HAWLEY Secretary Acting as secretary of the student body, Sue Hawley has diligently and efficiently taken minutes at Student Council meetings. These min- utes were later typed, duplicated, and distributed to the homeroom classes for class reading. As- sisted by Judy Thomas, Sue also kept an accurate and up-to-date account of the social and business correspondence of Garden Grove High School. Working within the Cabinet and other school activities, Sue exemplifies an excellent leader of student government. 33 8 .lie if I - , ' 'fm ' f I. .L I ff.: 23' , M I 3 1 1 - - I if 'TS in filw ' '- , - I ,fx q T' cliff IX f ,A . - I Jvjf ' W, 5 I Wm ymafi A sW BUSINESS MANAGER Dave Kersey PUBLICITY MANAGER Marilyn Toby , 'fig fu, ' 7 nw- I .. .,, ,J A E' 1? ' Y- if Q W frzfv -I , - 5 A A 7 A 3, I . A. Wafefi y vi vi"v.L MX! Exif ii I 4' 2 ' Q , I If A f ' S' '-'lf ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT PUBLICITY MANAGER Brad BeiIIe Sandra Rupp v N, vs. , -'P -.,-. . Q '-R K. . XX .A V E xx ' ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Dennis Feeley . Lua 1 Bovs LEAGUE CHAIRMAN 'Nm Cm Bill Poledouris STUDENTACMI Cabins! members discuss differenI sIudenI body 34 1 X .- ,.- I issues. I A AX N f - I EHAIIMAN IDEN I 1 .,f 3 L 4 7 I u x ,f gg. I INTER-CLUB COUNCIL CHAI Ron Beitlespacher CABINET Apyxz g VI I RMAN BOYS ATHLETIC COMMISSIONER Steve Szaley 4-5, sm fr- , 2 , 17 Q' 7' ' I svmrq L M 45,3 W' 'A ASSISTANT ATHLETIC COMMISSIONER Gene Sumi Alan Langdon calls for attention during Cabinet meeting. I 35 .. 324 ,Q E K ,K 'A K' I'-if 1 I ' f 1262.1 ' , , J I if ,D ASSISTANT SECRETARY Judy Thomas 'iff ' , . . , I has A 1- I 3 ,"?1 PEP COMMISSIONER Linda Rasmussen 'af'-.Knit ' 4 V In M M ,SW gmt I ' i 5 Qi: ASSISTANT PEP COMMISSIONER Marsha Peck I :: Ili 8 .Y Q ,A , - ,, BOARD OF CONTROL fl f I '-116' s qi-WZ, I p I I A I I Z elg1'w ff r i hmcsavfii Z! KS CLERK CHAIRMAN Rick Bluhm Mike Stipek I 3 Ji? ' i34f.j:.,., , , 4, Jw I JUNIOR MEMBER Susan Chapman To discourage crowding and littering on campus, the Board of Control issues tick- ets. The offender receives a lecture andf or demerits. The group's actions resulted in a cleaner campus and better campus attitudes. 36 I ,.A N 62259 f , 6 ' L SENIOR MEMBER Jim Dunn ff7f 5,3 gfyaj ,V f ft f , , f , 1 JUNIOR MEMBER Bob Wurster CO len ro vishli Yoshida, lfud Collinsf Susan Janice Budro' Qughten. 59" Nanfy CllI'I191 , , J A. sl I f fx A I 5 I Lb! g f' f I if w IL A A5 '-x 'v 1 5- i MEMBER 1 Dunn ,--A JA I 'Q' Kf 73 MEMBEJ Jwvfsfer il -ew-V ,np ,Y dgrx' COMMISSIONERS Left to right: Linda Grey, Jeanne Fagg, Krisle Edwards, Margaret Yoshida, Trudi Powers, Jan Peifer, Janet Silver, Lynn Natlancl, Candy Collins, Susan Chapman, Christi Flinchbaugh, Sally Belote, Lady Bryant, Janice Budrovic, Sandy Rupp, Elaine Allen, Janice Kerrigan, Lori Oughten, Beverly Goodale, Joyce Grishaber, Lorraine Moll, Sue Clark, Nancy Clime, Pam DeWitt, Ellen Elder. wr! 'wx 47' 3 pb, J l -ea 1' S, - gal., Illup 1x1A'ulr, x54 mini-iIJ?'i I Y I I 'aaf Left to right: Marsha Peck, Judy Hickok, Diane Beiller, Sue Worsham, Judy Thomas, Sharon Powell, Sharyn Swanwick, Virginia Peek, Jean Mann, Bob DePola, Hy Finkelstein, Jeff Day, John De Muri, Bill Poledouris, Steve Szaley, Bob Wurster, Stan Krakt, John Babbel, Morris Walker, Dave Jolliff, Steve Martin, Jim Scherler, Mike Stipek. v-r S lf Left fo right: Suzanne Oefling, Peggy Linfesly, Sandy Rupp, Janice Budrovic, Judy Heard, Pam Mennealy, Vicki Nation, Deanna Greene, Ginny Lou, Linda Walerman, Marcia Peck, Judy Thomas, Dorinda Barbee, Sue Worsham, Sue Hawley, Bill Head, Darrel Pearce, Mike Coffin, Norman Harris, Mike Sulzbach, Ron Beilelspacher, Mike Slipek, Rick Tonks, Bob Wursier, Jay Moore, Rick Bluhm, Tom Carter, Jim Dunn. 38 l 1 , i ,,..-A As ll sludel more y fairs. each fo the gover livilief of slu by ll11 Sludel il and M ernme ., r l"5' r fn' 1. Rick Hinshaw expresses his point of volw ai a Student Council meeting. STUDENT COUl .gv X A wb U 4 i . i 1' 'H-A l .QW . T , R A Z? ellen Langdon llldenl :wma fx fly , a , ,, l - f L , : , x " 'K t I X 1 l wiv ll u SMI" NW As the Legislative or rule-making body of the student government, the Student Council enables more students to play an active part in school af- fairs. These students are chosen from each class, each semester to attend the meetings and report to their classes the next day the affairs of their government. Various business issues, student ac- tivities, control problems and many other aspects of student life are discussed and are voted upon by the representatives as their class wishes. The Student Council watched over all student activities and was the supervisory body of the student gov- ernment. COUNCl l , Alan Langdon, Student Body President, keeps order at all Student Council meetings. Right to left: Joanne Cooper, Kriste Edwards, Trudi Powers, Kim Gilmour, Gayle Halbrook, Sheryl Frazier, Susan Henrey, Lynne Vaughn, Linda Lewis, Karen Kay, Pat Lindsey, Donna Floch, lmo- gene Bryant, Candi Wilson, Susan Chapman, Bill Eastman, Phil Rizuto, Brooks Gutfleisch, Bill Miller, Wes Ford, Chuck Johnson, Eugene Sumi, Brad Beitel, Put Hagemeister, Dave Jolliffe, Rick Hinshaw, Torn Nowak, Lew Prickett, Steve Szalay, Steve Bridenball, Bill Poledouris, Jeff Caldwell, Jim Eastman. , Q 5 ,. . 5 .sfiltif f VICE PRES. Jean Mann SECRETARY Susan Clark TREASURER Lori Oughton BOARD MEMBER Diane Beitler new ,W ,, ia, W., 79 . ,, .. of ,.f X' 'f4'Wff 1 2 f ff-2 z ef f ,ww . if si' .J 5 ,, R . hi M, -ffgafiwafiffyz 1 , -' , , vm, I 'W ' " ',, f"" 'W " f Qi page " -5 Q' I ,xffw ,141 ,z 7 49' :Me-EMQJ' fe. ff- si , 7 'vo 4 44: ,V Q .A .A i, A1 ms. I rs nw r J J .W-,sf A H ix P12 Is Q Qafwg- gwi. X if -"'.- i" BOARD MEMBER Sharon Powell 'X .,,,,, l ' l 'R f A RR'a fl :li ly e f f ,, .V.- 3 Lv- ,sgl 'xx fs. if f 'sm , . 3 .gf ,J lx 1 . ,.- 1 .s . ' . . .2 s fewexy .5 'fl' ., ,,,,? ' - ' .557 I l t 7' , if .A- ' ?' 4 f: l ll' s, XVI, x HA fl The Girls' Leaf Steve Mullin, l duving a Girls' I PRESIDENT Pat Floyd This year the Girls League presented many activi- ties which bettered the school. The assemblies, . teas, fashion shows and Big and Little Sister Day X, created an atmosphere of friendliness among all l,g' the girls. It also helped to promote leadership ' l Z-.4 and good character. The Girl-of-the-Month selec- F tion made all the girls strive for a neater appear- ance. Pat Floyd and her hard working cabinet ' made this a very successful year. ,. x . ,V Bull lung 1, lllllllangei BOARD MEMBER Cheryl Crone 40 .. .... 1 , ,,,,,,, , , i , fxg If My ' J , ,Q ,fx ,, 1 ,. ,..,, , ,, ,, , ,ja -f,-,MTX g , ,V 2 'ikx I 35' , 1. A. , , If e Q4 f fm! V bf 'Q The Girls' League pulled Ihese charming offenders, Trudi Powers, W Sleve Marlin, Deanna Greene, and Gail Japhel from Ihe audience 'K A during a Girls' League assembly. u ,,, Ny wr" L ,.,, , W-if s If 125 Ae 1 5321352 , , gg! ,W me 'E' ff r s -M' ii'-if iii? 2 If-.fe . , f ' 2 'R L an-f. -' . .44QrJif' ,,,,. y f gf 5 ,f 2 . A ,, V, U, it W A , ff, A, , J Q2 1 X , 2" " "s -f .,l,'. " uf " " fl-:Qi 41 4, , , - ,,,A rw M137 , ' f ' ' 'M 'W ' , ,rf WZ' ,. If . MH 7, 4 - .,-, j . jf' Q.-IIT' N' ww Baby Jane Japhel seems .. 1 anxious for N her chance in dress courf. BOARD MEMBER Wliffl BOARD MEMBER Krislie Edwards ' Jeanne Fagg PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN Nancy Clime HOSPITALITY CHAIRMAN Sally Belole PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Lee Tolh HEAD BOARD MEMBER Lady Bryant v.l CHAIRMAN Bill Poladauris ' , ' 55522 , if " ,ff SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Cadwell f 'Jn I WU? SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE Shaun Slagle iw' i"""1n , BOYS' LEAGU E Boys' League is a new organizalion which was iusl formed this pas! year. Represenlalives were elected from each of Ihe various classes in Ihe beginning of Ihe year. The League arranged and pu! on several assemblies which catered Io Ihe masculine Iasles. Garden Grove is proud of her Boys' League. 42 .cle I 2?lESENTlIIVI I letxlr fi :lpn K. ,- gfussnflfwl 4,1-fieId ' -- V INTER - CLUB COUNCIL The Inter-Club Council regulates and coordinates club programs. It is composed of one representative from each club and maintains records of club membership and activities. It serves as executive branch governing the clubs and acts as coordin- ator between clubs, student government, and the administrationa I we I' 2 ,.,, : PRESIDENT Ron Beitlespachor .7 f left to right: Diane Beitler, Lynn Koppler, Ann Tempelton, Pot Bracy, Sue Clark, Bernard Burg, Pat Floyd, Judi Heard, Craig Whitehead, Jeff Cadwell, Dana Rees, Jerry Cade, John Babbel, Morris Walker, Dave Jolllff, Bill Poleclorius, Steve Martin, Bob Wurster, Ron Beitelspacher, Henri Jensen, John Demuri, Dove Kersey. H E ,.. S w 1 11 5: F. Q M ru l 2 A E QW' ' vm W fm . , 'kvffxyfia .AIV M .V ww if Q 44" , J... - ,,,, lfgff .MI 23, 1, I TV 1 P rf 6 I lah to vig' mon, Barb Suxunne B Boggx, Joy Grekhen N hue, Ed I Wayne Ku f-X sg , rbi . l L NEASURER ynn Wall' f 'H--ff-M : -Y , , , -42 ""' -1 gh' YI r 0 left to right: Gay Bennett, Carole Perry, Sue Studholms, Fonda Bow- man, Barbara Bear, Susan Henry, Karen Sommer, Penny Nicholas, Suzanne Burchfeild, Mary Reins, Eleanor Peters, Sharon Mertz, Cathy Boggs, Joyce Grichaber, linda Larson, Lynn Wayne, Janice Kerrigan, Gretchen Hirshe, Adele Arnold, Debbie Zeyen, Bev Roush, Carol Good- hue, Ed Clark, Wes Ford, Norm Hariss, Chris Schriber, Dave Russ, Wayne Kuhaupt, Craig Whitehead, Mike Sulzbach. DIAKONOE One of the most active clubs on the cam- pus this year was Diakonoe. Headed by an able cabinet, this club has, with serv- ice as a goal, aided the school, student body, and the community. Mr. Wayne Gibson, acting as sponsor, guided the club through a most successful year. AI- though their service usually took the form of ushering, this club served in innumer- able other capacities. Membership is limited to sixty students with a "B" schol- astic average and a 2.75 attitude rating. l 2 Xgvikdi ,,AW.,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,-,,,,,f ii Q ,3 E 5? , f ,eg 3 Open only to high school iournalists, Quill and Scroll is composed of fourteen would-be scribes. Members must be iuniors or seniors of 5 high scholastic ability, and must have done out- ' standing work on either the newspaper or yearbook. The club is an international honorary organization, electing new members at the be- ' ginning of each school year. Q F 3 6 f Virginia Clark President 3 2 QUILL 81 SCRGLL 2 Front to back: Sue Hawley, Margaret Yoshida, Carol Perry, Sandy Rupp, Terry Stoddard, Virginia Clark, Leslie Johnson, Lynn Wayne, Linda Rasmussen, Chris Crothers, Carol Goodhue, Sharon Swanwick. 48 ffH-f---- f-,f fr . , , A 1 1 'f l ,-H lil V 'iw pil 'il X , , r if N i I 3 , Z! I if Rishi it lah: 5 Tele' Gent' Bu "lint Cumly :Went Yolundl ll' Murgarel llndu Lum ull, lnyge Q mol Fw, Fu wllnekuhu ul 'S .illitgs and 'sin Wvulib, C3 0VSSr1lqr5 nl 4 have done euy. E IMSPQPW nr clonal honorary 'bers Gl lhe be. X ROLL , W:,,.77i.,s. ,,MN... .1 1, Right to left: Susan Henry, Barbara Baer, Terri Stod- dard, Gerry Bartol, Joyce Snyder, Susan Bale, Phyllis lreton, Carolyn Jacober, Margaret Doane, Debbie Zoyen, Yolanda Finamore, Jan Kerrigan, Carol Good- hue, Margaret Shock, Rita Simmons, Cathy Boggs, Llnda Larson, Pam Herser, Marilyn Petersen, Kathy Judd, Joyce Grishaber, Pat Barbour, Pat McGovern, Victor Pett, Frank Tulleners, Dana Rees, David Ralston, Wayne Kuhaupt, Craig Whitehead. Right to left: Vichitra Kovatana, Peggy Dinsen, Bette Nelson Susan Freeman, Mary Fraley, Kriste Edwards, Diane Baker, Gay Bennett, Pat Floyd, Frances Meyers, Sandy Hamilton, Lee Toth, Ann Templeton, Barbara Grimm, Karen Casey, Jeanne Fagg, Shirley Rasch, Jo Anne Whitney, John Williams, Rafael Counedo, Bill Poledouris, Roy Hopkins, Jim Stevens, Randy Straff, Norman Harris, Albrecht Hieber, Mike Sulzbach. A. F. S. Garden Grove High School enioys the most active American Field Service Club in the community. Working with the local chapter and the other high schools, the members achieved their goal of promoting world understanding and aiding the visiting exchange students. Under the leadership of Lee Toth, president, AFS Club raised funds to help finance the student exchange program. ? 1. 'VJ iii? 2 B jg , ' M3 'Sl -I ee. , 4.1 7, f f " f f,, ,. , ,Q 3'1- Left to right: Cindy Robertson, Judy Fried, Marie Daniel, Kathy West- moreland, Sally Clark, Ann Templeton, Mary lou Burgess, Sarah Fladger, Niki Boris, Diane Beitler, Jill Lang, Dee Wilson, Pat Jones, Bobbie Carter, Sharon lthurralde, Jill Lang, Farrel Guizlo, Janice Kerrigan, Lynn Wayne, Sue Hamer, Pat Bracy, .Judi Anderson, Diane- Jones, Sylvia Nankervis, Thresa Talbert, Victor'Pett, Linda Porter, John Babbel, Morris Walker, John DeMuri, Steve Martin, Bill Dorrig. X DRAMA PRESIDENT Morris Walker The Drama Club, acting under a new name, The Thespians, and a new spon- sor, Miss Lombardi, helped to stimulate on the Garden Grove High campus vari- ous phases of the theatre. Among the Club's various activities were participa- tion in the Orange Coast and Long Beach State Drama Festivals. The Thespians scheduled a field trip to the Pasadena Playhouse and organized various fund raising activities. ,f l l l 1 r 1 I I A i rl , . I i i Ll'i ltll lt ri! Ginny pe Paul Bm ohm, lla ,-X new spon- ulafe vari- Q lhe icipd- Beach spiam ndena , fund .hm 15 W? B f Ks 2 A Q I fi? 55 , , 35257 n P ' ,L , 5 if I l rf i LL, ,J 1, lah lo righl: Gerry Barlol, Beverly Pamer, Anila Baldberg, Marcia Pack, Ginny Peek, Susan Bale, Margaret Miller, Jean Mann, John Do Muri, Paul Becker, Mark Patterson, Mike Lomas, Jere Bemardoni, Mr. Gar- obosi, Harold Dyrenforlh. ,gums-W' fx f 'I A ' ' f" a-wx' aw J l X f ,fx 1-4'-1 N 1 ' 47 Eli gk. , 3341 w f f, . ,. 5 -'f-'tem'-3, um ' . .. . ,- .,Wm.f+ff,-,4.111", f Y My Q. Q , Z if 1 4 Y' ,Y lx: fm "ff1"j"WTF" . f r JEAN MANN-Ono of the oulslan of the year. SPEECH AND DEBATE ding dobafors V 2 i f ill JL 21V L'-a - 'SY 9? .T ' "fir-ff K , 'zz fi. '. ' f, , 2--..,.' ' Q I, 2' VM it E5 , M,-fy W-ff., 1 f PRESIDENT Ron Baitelspacher LATIN CLUB The main purpose of the Latin Club was to enhance the knowledge and interest in this field of education by informative meetings and field trips. Mrs. Dunn advises Caesaris Rascales. Among the unusual activities of the Latin Club is the annual Slave Day. Latin Club's members liven up an otherwise "dead" language. lkhm-, M, ,,, ,.,c,,,,- ... , ,,,,,,,, , L4 ff' 19-1- , 'XJ 'JL I F: Cv QC: Left to right: Trudi Powers, Susan Mitchell, Pam DeWitt, Janice Kerrigan Coylincla Wall, Yolanda Finamore, Karen Barr, Leslie Jolsen, Diane Cqchrins Carol Goodhue, Susan Kimbal, Vicki Marvin, Wes Ford, Nancy Mores Ed Clark, Ron Beitelspacher, Dave Kersey, Wayne Kuhaupt, Norm Harris, Morris Walker, Mike Sulzbach, Troy Mooneyham. 52 i f,.s i e comix 7 J i I l i 1 l 1 I Q We l1 A ' I , I , . .li ' lah g, ' Sllsqn ' Z'Y2n, f lov H. X "M SCHOLARSHW3 CLUB The Scholarship Club's goal this year was to earn money for a scholarship for some worthy senior. They took part in activi- ties which helped make the members of the club more enlightened and more well rounded individuals. ' ! Keg Susan Graetz Linda Larson Pam De Witt Joyce Gnshaber Debbie """'M H T , file? ."' K 4' ii v ,wma ,Mtn 4' W' . X - 'fl' ff ""Uf-:uri-35' I Z , ll Nom 9 PRESIDENT f JP' Dave Korsoy A gg Wat, , 1 3 i 5 R f S 1 3 . . , L i 6 5 Y Left to right: Carole Perry, Janet Frazier, Laurens Anderson, Claudia Teborek, Coylinda Wall, Sherry Wall, Yolanda Fianamoro, Mary Jane Gibson, Karilyn Anderson, Linda Lininger. x TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT Sandra Rupp To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards. of Christian character is the purpose for which the club exists. Sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., Tri-Hi-Y is an active service club on the campus. Its colors are red, white, and blue-exemplifying sacrifice, purity and loyalty. The club participates in many activities, among which is the annual youth and government program held at the state capital in Sacramento. Keeler, W , .. hX hout the durds ol fltltlt the Tri-Hi-Y Its colors sacrifice, in many wth and capital ln n,-f -. -.. ,,.,,, J... - .. Lid! BCJWLING CLUB The Bowling Club is a club that offers ex- ercise, excitement and iust plain fun for any- one who is interested. We meet once a week in the afternoon at Anaheim's Wonder Bowl. Teams of students compete for valuable trophies. A handicap system is established giving everyone, even beginners, a chance to win. Eligibility is limited only by grades and attitude rating. All who are in good standing in this respect are Welcome to at- tend. PRESIDENT Ray Tecau :reg Left to right: Dale McDonald, Judy Schaub, Janice Kerrigan, Lynn Wayne Sherry Wall, Claudia Teborek, Linda Lininger, John Beebe, Don Stewart: Robert Walbucht, Ron Kolmos, Brad Mugar, Jim Morgan, Wayne McGilliv- ray Don Gardner, Bruce Griffin David Graham J d G la , , , o ey ar ett, and Mr. Paddock. i 2 ,ev 'hw ss-f Left to right: Virginia Atkins, Carole Buzer, Beverly Famer, Judy Burlew, Marsha Walker, Laurene Anderson, Pat Bracy, Sandy Siemast, Karilyn An- TOKALONS Giving girls a better understanding of good grooming and home management, the Tokalon Club assists the department in its various actvities. Members attend conferences, hold joint meetings with other schools, and assist the Homemaking Department in sponsoring the annual Fashion Show and Tea. Special emphasis is placed on developing personality and leadership. Any girl who has taken some type of home economics course is eligible to ioin. Bake sales are held throughout the year to increase the clubs revenue. Mrs. Dayle Provost is the advisor of the Home- making Club. Z, l ,lf l l .K 1 li". .ju L., l v"- Ki Z Pi? -3 'f l fl ,L 1 el l leil lo fig lnlth. Sul! Carol 0 derson, Mrs. Provost. W s 56 President Pat Bracy Knife, ,L . 'X Swd Ukulon Mies. reemqgs :making Fashion lied on My girl Onomics we he1d revenue. 2 Home- , JJ, 51: 3 ' in f fn ,AY f it , 3 A Q9 Q 3 H44 B k nrid e Fonda Bowman Judy Griffin Phyllis lah lo right: Jane ec o g , , , lrolon, Sally Beloie, Pat Trondl, Laurens Anderson, Marilyn Pshnon, Carol DQWIH, Jayco Grishubor, Kathy Judd. LIBRARY SCIENCE M, D.n. .., s.,,.n, Mm M, PRESIDENT 'Vw 'A ' Y M Jeff Cadwell ' ,. vlcE-PRESIDENT , Rick Bluhm Q . , ---. -+' 21,13 Q 2? , SECRETARY ,Q ,fl f Tom Carter ffjfvif' I V il LI! V , , ff R 1EE TREASURER Ron Hall 58 1: 4.-, . , 17-.,,..qp,VL 6 Spor Club itiati usef spou tribn Chri Qbrol Gro oihe is o GNU top sdni fi ..l,.J,e,1f is ,dee ,.,,f -,-A 1, ,ff KEY CLUB Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, The Key Club's main obiectives are to develop in- itiative and leadership and to prepare for useful citizenship. This year the Key Club sponsored an improved Homecoming, dis- tributed yell books to Freshmen, gave a Christmas party at Fairview Hospital, brought the Harlem Clowns to Garden Grove, sold bookcovers, and numerous other activities. Acceptance in Key Club is one of the highest honors a boy can attain, membership being limited to the top 2'k of the sophomore, iunior, and senior boys. - -- - -- - 7- -X ca J' 5 , Y? -if I 'Tn' Right to left: Eugene Sumi, Mike Floyd, Hy Finkelstein, Ron Beitelspacher, Brad Beitel, Jim Eastman, Terry Binley, Steve Szalay, Rick Bluhm, Bill Pole- douris, Greg Bezlai, Jeff Cadwell, Dave Jolliffe, Bob Harritt, Dick Park, Bob Wurster, Scott Schoonover, Dana Rees, Tom Peters, Rick Tonks, Jim Dunn, Pat McGovern, Bill Whitlow, Larry lefner, Dennis Woodman, Charles Patterson, Tom Carter, Ronald Hall, Blll Derrig, Jim Patterson. 59 -Jil 21 ll ani lsr J H if x A29 JW' v' 1 kj XA! u Y N . fl Q K ,- if' ,4- Y N , 5 Ng , .,.e,,-,. ,V .W ., V - GGLDEN FLEECE Golden Fleece is one of the oldest clubs on campus and one whose membership is coveted by all students. Juniors and Seniors are eligible as candidates if they are in the upper twenty percent lin scholarshipl of their class. Final selection is then made by a student-faculty committee. One particular proiect of the club has been the purchase of books for the school library. We vngpggf I , f f v Dave Kersey President Right to left: Lori Oughton, Jo Ann Whitney, Kriste Edwards, Barbara Baer, Pat Floyd, Lee Toth, Carter Condon, Diane Beitler, Sue Hawley, Chris Carother, Sharon Powell, Sue Clark, Linda Larson, Judy Thomas, Ellen Elder, Sharyn Swanwick, Jean Mann, Carol Gooclhue, Troy Mooneyham, Eugene Sumi, Don Stewart, Rick Bluhm, Bill Poledouris, Bob Wurster, Jerry Cade, Craig Whitehead, John Demuri, Mike Stipek, Duane Shaw, Ron Beitelspacher, Ron Hull, Bernard Berg, Jim Corbet, David Jolliffe, Wayne Kuhaupt, Bill Derrig, Tom Carter. fan V 1 E Right lu le, Shrek, mtl SWIUY, lin Dellllli Won Bill Relzer, Grishuhef, Mall Mike ECE Eil gluhs on P is coveleg 2 we engine Wil lwemy Ilqggl tim' Jain?-lucully l of lit club if life school we Hwalall gg-fan, We Sv: .. Powell 'Ng Stuff" syhdfilf 1 MW. b .,,,4WflS, so 3 Miki Wim ' Il, . fill! Demi' "S-1,411.1 ee in W ,, , gf. Y i ,,-, g W Right to left: Jim Morgan, Bob Wurster, Lew Pritckett, Mike Stipek, Rick Tonks, Terry Moured, Charles Patterson, Steve Szalay, Jin lsham, Steve Bridenball, .lim Kime, Larry Lefner, Dennis Woodman, Farrel Mahar, Gary Holcomb, Leon Hill, Bill Retzer, Bob Harritt, Dirk Van der Linden, Bill Derrig, Larry Grishaber, .lim Patterson, Mike Forrest, Richard Parks, Greg Bezlai, Mike Wallace, Ron Hall, Tom Carter. Right to left: Jay Hagadone, Roger Andres, Paul Atkins, Mike Floyd, Terry Duggan, Duane Shaw, Brad Beitle, Gary Mason, Joe Stillson, Wally Pankratz, Rick Hinshaw, John Chimenti, Bill Lynes, Larry Wadsworth, Ron Beitelspacher, Dick Jackson, Bill Whitlow, Mike Giafoloine, Phil Raulston, Scott Schoonover. 61 VARSITY CLUB The purpose of the Varsity Club is to stimulate student interest in the athletic program of our school and to promote and develop a high de- gree of school spirit. All winners of Varsity letters are eligible for mem- bership. The club sponsors the Donkey Basketball game between the Faculty and the football team. Mon- ey from this activity is used for purchase of ath- letic supplies, such as, game films, trophies, cam- eras, etc. l I . I l -.51 .,,,,. MN' ,Q ? 4 lf Right to left: Lynn Wayne, Vicki Thompson, Kathy Tischler, Sharon Reid, Barbara Grimm, Marion Andrews, Anna Pollini, Jo Ann Whitney, Linda Kraft, Bev Palmer, Joyce Grishaber, Pam Fincrmore, Marian Brown, Pat Barbour, Lorraine Moll, Jean Mann, Bill Brown, Ralph Manor, Chris Schreiber, Albrecht Hieber, Bernard Berg, 'Iroy Mooneyham, David Ralston, Brian Miller, Frand Tulleners, Harold Andrews, Earl Roach, Pat McGovern, Willy F. Smith, Phil Neusladl. X. if ARGO - ALCH EIVI ISTS Right to left: Marian Brown Jo Ann Whitney, Joyce Grishabe, Roy Hopkins, Tom Bostick, Pat McGovern, Ron Hall, Ed Weidert. ,M GERMAN CLUB 62 Sl CI X 'STS STAGE Ervin lg AM if R01 llepbns, :-em, Ran Hull, j . in avi, tt. T sn , E, il-'ff' - aw 0' - " 4. 1 Y , Q -2021 :il V .r ,gyms ,gr .Tw , '5-r WV! 1'.f"l. . Q4-5 r ,wr 1 1 ,l , w 4' ' . fy! X CR EW 7 5 wg, . tiff V, X f K fi 91' y W +. J t Mr. Warfal SPONSOR Many hours are spent each month by the stage crew in preparing for school and community theatrical productions. Re- sponsible for arranging stage layouts and settings, controlling the lighting and sound, and repairing and painting flats, the stage crew contributes much to the fine arts presentations in the Argonaut Theater. 63 Y t t -xqpa fx I O 5 42 Left to right: Tom Toigcr, Mr. Warfel, Paul Atkins, Tom Liaboe, Douglas Dobbertin, Dinston Sparks, Bill Brown, Steve Talbot, Larry Grishuber, Fred Holmes. 2 .-,W I ' ,f 5 M fl I Q M I , I X I gwf I 'w ww " KJ! Y, A if 1 r 5 i 7 K u lah lu rig' Suzie Mun Munir: Pe: Eldon Kin: Bob Wurg Munis Wo it 'inf '-Us-:si A ,. fs, Left to right: Fonda Bowman, Mary Fraley, Trucli Powers, Jill Long Suzie Martin, Kaye Grobee, Sue Clark, Judy Heard, Lynne Kappleri Marcia Peck, Virginia Peek, Sue Humor, Sue Worsham Jan Kerri an 1 9 1 Eldon King, Mike VanHorn, Bill Poledouris, Rick Blumn, John DeMuri, Bob Wurster, Steve Martin, Walt McEuen, John Babbel, Mr. Farrel, Morris Walker. JASON'S JESTERS Advised by Mr. Robert Farrell, The Jason's Jesters Club, led by Steve Martin, president, Bobbie Carter, vice-president, Bob Wurster, secretary, and Niki Boris, treasurer, has displayed the vari- ous and diversified talents of its members by presenting talent shows throughout the year. One of the most important responsibilities of the club is to put on the annual P.T.A. assembly. The Jason's Jesters Club has also promoted the dis- covery of new talent to be found at Garden Grove High School. Ari c sfude ested tivirie the cl servic ing c to an for 1? body, friend infere AR' ,Q-' .UB les' ll l , 1 1 l l M, ly - l i I '1 if . ,fur ,ff rm:- ,,, , , , ,V me ,,:,,,s! Art club membership is open to any student in the high school who is inter- ested in participating in selected ac- tivities concerning art. ln this aspect the club has three objectives: To be of service to the high school by sponsor- ing and participating in art services, to arrange cultural and art experiences for the members and for the student body, and to provide a social and friendly atmosphere for students of like interests. if 32 1: Ann Tempelton President ART CLUB I ' "A 'X ' 4 ...V 'N 4? fx, N ww xiv ,. el f Qs Left to right: Suzanne Eiler, Cathy Mahony, Juanita Worrell, Mary Lou Burgess, Ann Tempelton, Sharon Mertz, Jerry Bartol, Cheri Hamilton, Carol Pescuma, Pat Mahony, Cheryl Stottle, Pat Barbour, Kerolle Duke, Robert Schnek, Ken Delpit, Nels Y. Nelson, advisor. 67 21 T in Q I I av f I ,I ,, ff ff , 52 ah Q 15 fx 1 I M 1 , ,. Right lo left: Lynne Natlund, Frances Nicolae, Linda Grey, Barbara Grimm, Lynne Krosner, Sue Clark, Donna Schneid, Geri Risinger, Lynn Wetrzbaughre, Marge Harper, Jan Kerrigan, Jane Schumann, Judy Heard, Shirley Whedbee, Linda Thiele, Linda Buck, Deanna Greene, Lynne Kappler, Pat Reynolds, Jana Schroder, Mary Ann Delucio, Connie Efaw, Kufhy Judd. JOTTERS Ji The Sch: stud The niql are cuss The Pfoi bers for hav ing, 9 Shdmn ,x lense- WY Srlswunls, 1 47 l , ' jylf, l Qflfff, 1 ' Q':::f2f quam! ' qiilzijrlf M2333 wr,-: u A T 1 ii 'I .v f ,J JORDANAIRES The purpose of the Garden Grove High School Jordanaires Club is to acquaint students with the teaching profession. The advantages, disadvantages, tech- niques, and problems of being a teacher are studied through the use of films, dis- cussions, and speakers. The Jordanaires Club has an important proiect in May each year. The club mem- bers visit a grade level of their choice for observation purposes. Usually they have the opportunity to do some teach- ing, also. filfz ft!!! Diane Beitler President ,Wt it fi Right to left: Pat Floyd, Geneva Sherwood, Jeanne Fagg, Jo Anne Wagner, Phyllis Ireton, Anita Goldberg, Yolanda Finamore, Mary Jane Gibson, Pam Finamore, Rudina Finamore, Kathy Judd, Carol Gaodhue, Donna Lou Capozzi, Diane Beitler. 69 Argo's top seniors meet in "battle of the brains" against Bolsa. , ' I Jason's Jestefs vice-president, Bob Wurster couldn't ask for a more attentive audience than coeds, Bobbi Carter and Niki Boris. Argo scholars again prove scholastic abilities by defeating Bolsa iunlors and sopho- mores in Scholarship Bowl. 70 V! 4. l 'mm -x l fl A fi 5' The Green purlicipan! CLUB SNAP 'X The Key Club brought skill plus comedy through the Harlem Clowns in a game against Argo faculty. ,wif K , . .mn ,,,, f ' 4 " ,Q A ,WW , . 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' MN Eg PAGE 5 EDITOR Jan Peifer 76 PAGE 3 EDITOR Candi Wilson PAGE 6 EDITO Marilyn Toby ?1T,,,-W, Y... .,,, fi ,W .,,.,A . .,,n,,4f A .Wm Mai M W Left to right: Nancy Snider, Arlene Howlwick, Mildred Cohen, Karen Stafford, Terry Stoddard, Marsha Walker, Karen White, Virginia Clark, Victoria Shyer, Linda Porter, Susan Kimble, Peggy Green, Sandy Rupp, Jerry Cook, Bob Freiburg, David lgnatis, Jim Eacly, Mike Fancher. EXCHANGE EDITOR Susan Kimball Members of the Argolog Staff work industriously on forthcoming newspaper ' gy, if, f' PHOTOGRAPHY Peggy Green ' 1 X PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY Linda Porter Nancy Snyder 77 if i r - 2 I I ,..- b 4 1 8 wf! 11. S pw - I 15. f 1. .Q 'Nix " X 0-55 f 5 F' 'L f' X ' ' 5- "ff .- , ,bi xi, , A !,' . Q Kyiv, Ri. ' ii" , Q M! F" ' ,swv 1 A Q , ,TI Jf'f!.5' 5 . 7573: X Y iyixl- A'-3SEr..,i MF X: lp b ' 5' " v :wx , , f V! xi-' 'Jw 1 I :QQ 9 , ' f, -Q . f . 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V ' gonouk who r-gk? dllme' and winlifl9 . 010191 me .NY in Euclid img evenl grain Grove ggncho MU' 5 ,- l f:zwL4.m zmifwff A u ' , Wv,,,.,-W xl ,W Sarah Milchell and Al Amiraull reign as King and Queen of Hello-Daze. Busy freshmen ran around gelling names of upper classmen for a free ticket lo the "Hello Daze" dance. This annual dance was held to welcome Freshmen to Garden Grove. A king and queen were voted on by the Sophomore class, fo reign over the dance. Cay Condon does the Walusi at lhe Hello-Daze dance. 1 x, ,z QUEEN OF HONl The classes during Homecoming raise money for our Foreign Exchange Program by competition, Classes sponsor car- washes, bake sales, parties, breakfasts, dances, and drawings. The princess whose class makes the most money reigns as Queen of the Homecoming Dance. Senior class President Jim Dunn Sensor Class Princess Duane Jones, Queen Terry Stumbo, Junior Class President Bob Wurster Sophomore Class Princess Jeannette Killion, Sophomore Class President Pat Hagemelster Freshman Princess Dixie Wood Freshman Class President Al Amirault. 1 This l mosl seron mp r iors v and - fqi NOP HOMECOMING :se vm This year a new record was sei for the cm, mos? money made in one year. For the my second year, the Class of '64 had the me lop amount. Freshmen were fourlh, Sen- cs iors were third, Sophomores were second and Juniors were first. The Storm. The lull .... . si' Q' 'I H - I . - . - ..-:,-. , ' V I 441 74 ' N -1 s I , L 1 1 U 1 n Y- L- ,. ,,, A A K A if ,XX I I Vw ag, -V W' Illllllninnunqqp x Je ,Q wh, uw Q M5951 'Wk T? 1? ' is ? 7 'if V' la xv ? x g, , 1 . tl..----4.7 fl ' -'.,, 2 -H+ -- .- 4 mf." fi-f ! W ,,T'i"" " '5- ' I . ,,,,,,-.--'-va.. .,:9.,5 - - ' -5-1, -mail -P-L, 1 ka? uf? 4. .,. . g X . dv A 5 ...X 6 , . ,I 'Q D' -4 'E 1 'A' fi ' ' .. .WA-ffffff 1 Q ' . , ' , 'www , ' ,I anew Nkwwn f ,W www- Mr ,.f,, ' 1' wfwf- v fy, M .Q -'J. . r f 5 'ff ,mw'1llum.4'ugp,' ' , ,,, ,,.,- ,Tw ' -fffffi' , , f 4 , , Y 5 1 ' ku . W up M , 5, N -A., ,,. ff , ,, 5 ? my , Q kgs , .1 ARTIE ARGGNAUT Artie Argonaut is the spirit of Garden Grove High School. He is selected from a group of Senior boys at the begin- ning of each school year by the Cabinet. This year's Artie Argonaut was Bill Derrig. Artie attended all school games to arouse school spirit of the student body, DRUM St BUGLE CGRPS Marching to the rhythm of the drums are the Argo Titans under the direction of directors Wayne Youngbloom and Eddie Weidert. The Drum 8. Bugle Corps marched at all home games with the Drill Team. In addition they marched at the annual Strawberry Festival, the Indio Parade, and the Huntington Beach parade. Row 1 Walter Johnson Jack Moell Mike Cody Russell Watts Robert Wolbrecht, Paul DuFrenss, Frank Tulleners Jon Herbeck Row 2 Eddie Weidert John Thornton Ron Kalmos, Ken Hines, Larry Miller, r megmx WH ,N e eg, xg? f' , X1 Row 'I: Jackie Carlson, Fonda Bowman, Cathy Buck, Diane Baker. Row 2: Karin Barr, Diane Cochrane, Shirley Whedbee, Janice Budrovic. l x I l l l Row 1: Vicki Whitmore, Kathy Fletchall, Suzi Kaelin, Melanie Miller. Row 2: Lora Barbero, Betty Deckard, Morsi Warren, Jana Schroder. 92 NW Y 04--Y YW ---e -W -e DRILL ,f lv Loader: Sandy RUPPI Assistant Loader: Vicki Hull. The Drill Team performed at all home games this year with precision march- ing. They participated in the annual Strawberry Fes- ,ew . , llvul, Indio Pu, llwel-I mn lerullszleun pe l I natal' gg li, 'n Unlin 9 I 5 mia- Ar Christi gllVE Fraser Chlldren's HOSPll ' X TEAM Recalls: Jeanne Fagg, Diane Biet lor, Linda Gray. tival, Indio Parade, and the Huntington Beach Pa- rade. At Christmas time they gave presents to the Children's Hospital. mei I w""' tx if wi Z,- .--f' tl gb. F V.. Front to back: Kim Frizell, Dennis Husted, John Stout, Larry Wrenn, Carl Butler, Kathleen Vincent, Barry Lacy, David Graham, Charles Patterson, Bette Nelson, Jim Shirley, Sharon Janisky, Linda Thompson, Ron Kall- mos, Tim Whitehead, Vito Tenerelli, Tony Herbeck, Gary Hawk, Jim Morgan, John Skogman, Jim Patterson, Barbara Stook, Curtis Reynolds. Xxhe, ,,..,,-,. Hi.. -..,, ,. ,, - kv, ,W IVIARCHING BAND Marching to the rhythm of the drums and under the excellent direction of drum maiorette, Barbara Stock, and drum maior, Dave Farley, the band performed at all home games with the drill team. The band performed and played at the crowning of our Homecoming queen. In addition to per- forming at the football games the band marched in the lndio parade, the Strawberry festival, and the Huntington Beach parade. lLX.,Erlt:' I fix, I s Du Du , I i L i 5 The band practices l0'UpcmdeI K-Z-if-iii. Wg, , - Fi . ,,, ,!,. , pf i ff! B lundei XNNN I I leHoeru li ' il team, , A 'owning ' A ' lo per- marched ul, und W ie 52 9" 1 KL 1 E19-23153 ,. f , ff f ff f xg ? fy ff Q6 X i , ry , 4 i 4 , l x, iff! ff 59? , ,, ' ,U-Z-5 f ' I 1..:,1:jg,z' f M if 4 at S M ' 0 W4 , f f f is '56, , 11. er llai i 6524 , llli, , l ,l f 'i N 7r 'Q 'U X ' l l 'l 2 15 q Q 1 i. , if . 4 l f wi ' ,,, XM Drum Maior Dave Farley ,ww ,,V- ,',- .V r f fi if .'-- !,,f,, 4 , f , A e, M ... M -1 G 5 giezzv l Z f "" Fr' -, ' gf- 21" " eral V llxxlll-A ' iii r- Vx, "4 1 ,EWllifi' 1 ' , il -, 'SQ Vg, Q. 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A MXH a . aw ,z', -3 MY J I 'Ik RS' ,ww Q fa H P , ,Vyz Valerie Linkogle, Janice Kerrigan, Pallie Bell, Lynne Wayne, Pat Lindsey. 98 KE' 'li M.-. W, 1, ,mv Gin 'mf I ,,: , ibm s if 3 C Sandy Merrizk, Midge Connors Qhead muiorelfel, Donnelle Busch. 99 ,nw W1 if I 2 , zz My , K E . ,, Q l 1 '3 I 7 M5 iw V ' 'f 1 V 29 ' 43 L l ,,.,,,x ,-gn J ,, -... it is! ,iii is, 'f 9: ff' i Ti", 1-fp' V X ,W 4 11.5, PEP ASSEMBLIES Pep assemblies are held every Friday before a game. The blea- chers quickly fill up with strong supporters of school spirit, ac- companied by the band. Yes, we Argos come on strong. A ' 'l S , - 3 E, I get E r, SZ- x W ek V lg 4 , Mu. nz? , 1 , , .,.,, 4 V, , g T5 'A K Miva ,yy M is sgf sf r- .xg M ""6... K vi , A ft y Pi- ,' -Wm 'Rx fl ' V if? , , e -f ,ff f ,. A 1 V V ru ' JYQ:-' as , , ' 1 . ,' 4 V, fig "Q r m wr E to un-.-....- . scam S I 4 W 3' Q 'L 'ff -WH., re? " 'jaw' ' 'i,!if44Q' . ,L 1 - . - ,, ,Zinn K- - . "T"ff4.M.-Y "'f "" 5' ,Q , ' 5 Pep Squad takes a break. ,gh Z . hi -. S. La . .K..v" . l l-::.'!F"' 'lltzrg lr 9' -- ---- -'X aaa" .-:HF--K . Q. I'IIII.1---- QI' lu l H .JI 3 r, - - l' ak.. S L ...sr Noi all the monkeys are in fhe zoo r 6 E f I 5 1: F Green Ghoul invades Campus 'mx 1 r r r ,Q , Vf7n?2 E ' lil Y 'Hflh . 5 ,,,, Qu 1'f',v jx-,g,,gf I 1 f ,e 3492 ' X . , 1 , Q i in n ir 5 ,' ' f- W i 1' " 1' "H ' , if' 'fli 35' i w -29 ' ' K f V 2. J 32 F ...., . A,r, , , .,.,V. L ,I , .-Vw, an xx: 5 'T Y ....,. Z XQ1 WM-7 I 2 x f r ' W4 gf "ff f . , gy 'V fl sf, E N I ,'.Ip,jg:,5 x Vl ,, Practice makes perfect Come Siand forth Argoncufs 335 : V. :nm Q. W. , ZH - I -pu 1 I K M xr E I , , ,af ,Q ffl ,. .44 1 .,,,r ,.-r r Vx 45 1 .1 f pw ww-Www .0- Zum in Q N -1 ww- X 741 fruf -awp.: y 51,- '11 'fir ' Af-Y?" 1 ,Q ...A ii 1 Q ,gg . 1, . . r F H 13, 21-. .,,.g ,W E-ini 4 ,, fx 1 iff ,-yi Ng V if-i 54 ia? Af 1- M ii " ,A . xx S M 1 my, fm. 4 H., ,'114,,x " - e . . 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Lax- ,JI X . ,. . 5 X. . :Q V, 1 f, , I , J, in A z VLI , M , wx, ,.X. . ' . -'N ' L ,. 5, .. .QE 3 ff Y. 7 f. .wg I ' ,fl ,- . rr 5 s. 51' 'E You! You killed that old mon! Q -d , ,. A V: . ,X , , - me if 'f ox I ,N . - .' X , S.,4','.l ,x IOR PLAY ,kfq XNWXNC TEN LITTLE INDIANS Rogers .. Mrs. Rogers . . Fred Narracott . . Vera Claythorne Philip Lombard .. Cast Troy Mooneyham Christi Flinchbaugh John DeMuri Lee Toth Morris Walker Anthony Marston . . . William Blore General McKensie .. Emily Brent ......... . . Sir Laurence Wargrave .... Dr. Armstrong 106 . .Brad Beitel . . . .Jim Eastman . .Steve Szaley Ellen Elder .Steve Martin ..JackChiId Assistant Director John DeMuri Q X tyham hbuugh ri KET 1 Y ll Cornelia . . Emily .... Otis Skinner Leo ..... Dick ..... Madame Eli JUNIOR S9 PLAY "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" Cast Jeanne Fagg Pat Jones Carol Goodhue Dave Jolliffe Craig Whitehead Dennis Woodman Linda Coles rv, FJ' af 'Mn ff' T 5 Emily lCarol Goodhuel and Dick's lDennis Woodmanl thoughts turn to Gay Paree. Therese ...... Harriet ...... Winifred . . Steward . . Admiral . . . Inspector . . Window washer dress rehearsal. M. DeLa Croix Stewardess ..... .... Linda Porter Dennis Boyles Vicki Johns Frances -Meyers Dan Stipek Jim Nash Joan Martin Shirley Rasch Mike Lomas The Junior Class play takes time out from 3 i N ne l iii LQ' il gg HW CWIQLN Emil 1 1 will ulllil .ri .4.s.we. ,we 1 1 -1 ,ti f lk if 5? GIRLS' CHORUS, Left to right: Row l: Melody Westmore- land, Calista Allen, Emily Morton, Linda Barnes. Row 2: Linda Nelson, Velma Schutter, Cherilyn Gentile, Kathy Erhart. Row 3: Sharon Reid, Roberta Roemer, Geneva Sherwood, Christyne McGuigam, Joyce Guizlo. Row 4: Nancy Benson, Mary Moon, Linda Gouvea, Patty Weedler. Row 5: Renee Morse, Linda Brocnik, Bonnie Mclntosh, Vicki Smidt, Debbie Haxton. Row 6: Rosemary Rodarte, Dana Harmon, Linda Hess. Row 7: Mary Silver, Pauline Aparo, Marie Aiman, Doreen Leathy, Chris Mitchell. Row 8: Judy Jacklin, Nancy Busch, Nancy Dunn, Karen Sommer. Row 9: Linda Male, Pat Trendt, Sue Reno, Dale McDonald, Jo Vincent. Row 10: Helen Goldschmidt, Janet Burdette, Cathy Liger, Billie Jean Campbell. Row 11: Keven Holmes, Suzie Rose, Cathie Liby, Jill Lang, Janet Purkey. Row 12: Sue McEachern, Natalie Fascitelli, Leslie Olson. Row 13: Lee Ann Pederson, Vickie Phillips, Lexie Scheel, Margaret Shock, Rosemarie Smith. 109 ORCHESTRA: Left to right: Row 1: Bette Nelson, Yolanda Fina- more, Frank Fullenus, Karen Poles. Row 2: Diane Pickering, Tamara London, Kathy Vincent, Alan VanKirks. Row 3: Sandra Grey, Lloyson Bess, Harold Andrews, Carolyn Carter. Row 4: Kathy Prodan, Marcia Scouton, Karl Bagwell, Dana Rees. Row 5: Linda Knoll, Joan Wagner, Phyllis lreton, Sandy Hamilton, Danny Ferris, Mr. Davis. Row 6: Roger Sprinkle, Rick Bates, Gene Gtcheck, Dennis Husted. - , , ' ,l V .My if 2 y C ONCE i i i 1 HOW? Row l: Kriste Edwards, Trudi Powers, Kathy Westmoreland, Suzie Martin, Meredith Tizzard, Kay Grobee, Sue Worsham, Christy Carter, Linda Johnston, Kris Maier, Judy Heard, Linda Banks, Fonda Bowman. Row 2: Margaret Miller, Jerry Allen, Rusty Rishel, Lloyson Bess, Wayne Kuhaupt, Rod Arnold, Rick Bluhm, John Hoganson, Jeff Day, Bobbie Carter. Among their programs they sang at the crown- ing of California's Junior Miss. ln early spring the Choir cut a record album. The highlight ofa year's hard work was a concert tour. This year's Concert Choir has been kept very busy with its numerous performances and fund- raising activities. Under the outstanding direction of Mr. William Hoganson, the Choir has sung at various clubs and churches, Row I: lei Hendershoi Geary, Ted Mary Fmli Nanny Mc Freeman, i Bill Gulmi Reed, lun Debby La , K4 r .L.v ,A '- Q - V 'sw-'if' 2- 5 - ' u , my-.w A -vs in - - 1. ,, MQ? if 1 VY 9 U 5 , fry? . .iii-1 ',, 11,,f": If r 1-..,a A... :- he P ' T I 3: it y , x 1 Q u . Sf W y 'VL Y Y 3,, 'fiiiilif ' y i,,i 'Q .'1Q.g: e L ' Q i if ' Slug i J - -' lit.-e , IN seg I, . A l 2 3 . I I E535 , , S 41 F W L l w s -vvs'swvaxN'x'sx"-Ax sxxxx-x wx wvvmtfevvzw xerxvs Hess!! . if nam uasaxgi ., 5 .xx "1 br ww , f , Q1 ,. ' . ff GIRL GF TI-IE YEAR ff 1962 ' s X A ,A -sf 1 1 bs Q I ff'fy,?f Al Avgnx X,,., ,,,f-f'L ,,, ., . JN? 'fffz A O v I+? 0-0' ff .MSX f A VAN DER LINDE PRIL 1962 1,9 N fi W, VZ W FL i , s, ?,',f""'Kg,, K gi if ima-' azz , f 4 I f MISS MAY MISS JUNE Peggy McFarren Marge Harper GIRL OF THE MONTH Poise, good taste, personality, and excellent grooming - these are the four main pointers that the Girls' League use to select the Girl of the Month. Dress representatives choose five girls from their classes. They are iudged by the Board, and five finalists are then chosen, and interviewed. Girl of the Month is selected after this interview. GIRL OF THE YEAR Any senior girl who has received the honor of Girl of the Month is eligible for the title of Girl of the Year. Girl of the Year is chosen in much the same way as Girl of the Month, but their academic record is a major influence. Girl of the Year is one of the highest honors a girl can re- ceive. She is announced at the annual Girls' league Banquet and is presented a trophy in her honor. Wim MISS MARCH MISS FEBRUARY Cheryl lllllllohn Shlrlqy Rqggh IIS ' 'X ff gf, MISS OCTOBER Sharyn Swanwick ,Z?71"53,f-My X-. H19 "- M .. -. ,...,... Awjj. ,,,. . . ,. .,f1,,. WQWL 1 '- 'f!i'y?.g E1 fi if A fy, fy. ' 553 f X 1 f 21. g ,L ,.V,V . rwgkz Mfr ' . .lf . S 6 f it ,wwf X I 'swf f , , 1 1- A "'f J .-- MISS NOVEMBER Christi Flinchbough MISS DECEMBER Virginia Meidinger X, f ,, X I MISS JANUARY Sue Worsham SERVIC H, .,.,, , WY V AR DS BANQU ET 2' r ,ggf-is JOHN SULLIVAN 1 1,- 3 1 ,J a 2 3 mlf.. , if 8' , 4, raw Q4 ' vm f 5 3 Ooh, lc, la!!! The Service Awards Banquet is held each year to recognize the top students who have served the school. One hundred students are selected on the basis of service. Ten students receive pins, with trophies awarded to the girl and boy 2 with most service points. Trophies were awarded to Pat Floyd and John Sullivan for the most service ren- dered to the school. wmdrmwms, ' ll7 W V YW fm L45 Rick and Sue made very sweet music together at the Banquet Pies like grandma never threw. COLOR DAY ls there anything more exciting than class competition? You wouldn't think so if you attended our Color Day last year. The classes were really in shape-never in your life can you see more skill in egg throwing, sack racing, three-legged racing, pie eating, or grace and strongness as was displayed in the Tug O' War. ln addition the brutality displayed in the Capture the Flag was supreme. Of course, some classes were more skilled and more brutal than others and this was the final outcome: Sophomores, first, Juniors, second, Seniors, third, and Freshmen, last. ' 4m I And you think the ants have it tough? ytinn? You lust year. ze can you ree-legged displayed yed in lhe asses were is was Ihe iz Seniors, , ar Wh? gs X.........+..l,...-..-1-l- .T,.L.N ...,.- N Whal's comin' off with Sandy La Fontaine? SENIOR ASSE Okay now We wan! Finomore. Finamore for governor!!! x x N Ns. S12P'-"----- , - I' Le 4 P! 5 5 E 5 ' r JI 'V P , I f -'S 5 X x k ,, a ,A I , :A A-.1 'A 4 . Q fm? M f x f . 1 11? ., pw: '- W' i f' N ft -' 4' A .k at X , ' '11- m fvfzvf f , 4,-Q4 Q 5 Q auf' . "ff 'rf 1 5355396 Z A 01:3 3 ,, -mm 1 LN 5 A.,1,:,vN,eyki1f:.4LIJ7V'7, JR. - SR. PROM i w 4 w N i Janice Bernritter and alumni Johnny Vanelli swing at the prom. I ,W', .4 , 1 , M ,, . 'I 5 I W , I Statue of Liberty comes to life in the person of E Anne Yuple. 1 Couples enioy dreamy music. I.. ,E X 1 Ti th Vs sh sh pr at fx-x " A TOUCH OF VENUS" 1962 Lynne Natland and Scott Powers. The Junior-Senior Prom highlighted ano- ther school year. The theme, "a touch of Venus," was carried out in the Roman style decorations. Gold balloons, ferns, statues of Greek gods, and a gilt fountain provided atmosphere for this festive affair. Jaquetta "Ledbetter" than Tom Carter. I E ,f i, K J 9 ' my , l 1 5 v , s ' l , 1- l ' - , -,,., ,f2,f,'-' 1 , 555-1 1 ' ' M-QQ, , iff ,. ' v I 2' x x X X ,. , YN it R l l Mrs, La Barthe presents PrincipaI's Trophy to outstanding senior, Harry Ar nold. X, v v,,mAl,i,-A, ,,4A!, , Graduation was carried out with the respect and seriousness due a re- tiring class. The three Seniors who spoke for their class were John Sullivan, .lo Ann Stuart and Harry Arnold, Glenellen Cooper sang. The class had many top students and reached an all time high in scholar- ship awards. When a toll of ac- complishments were taken they came out an excellent class and we were sorry to see them go. GRADUATION Standing proudly, seniors wait to receive their diplomas is l il i l, E E1 is s , , . ,W y ,.,.t , V A , 1' l val K' "l"1f 1 A ' 21' ,I s r SS 5 1 X W , i t ,, , ff" f 'T A fx. The class audiloriun 5P9ukers 5 WY? Choi tlltllon W, sung lllb A BACCALAUREATE ilhlhg G rg. 5 Who Jthn Hurry 19- The VS and Cheluf. of ug. Yfume Ewere ,,e,,e..4 Phylls Whitfield Carlos Jaren Charlene Bailey and Ron Riddle pause before entering auditorium for Baccalaureate The class of 1962 filed solemnly into the auditorium for Baccalaureate. Several speakers gave moving speeches. The Con- cert Choir sang "Sine Nomine," Bene- diction was given, and the senior class sang the Alma Mater. Smiles and tears of happiness at Baccalaureate. -?r:!"':T'R', 'F"""'h.X -..yt X4 ky af" X -! .vf x tkilbfii n. R ,, 'f f ,f 1 ,r X , ' g A1 in ' i 5 P 1 N l f L lf ,,,.--1-'U' ' A-" ,A ,,..-W , I I r 2 f . ' ? . Q 5 ' x . f ' 1 ' Q ' I . - ' V ' I If as , . 1 , . ! , ,, I 5 A . , ' N ' ' A ,Jn 9 3' . '94--V my w r E 1 1 ? V R Ma IN DEDICATION if l. .gn ta rl: l'. iii rllilnl ' 1 ' ln , ,W , -VJ! TO THE DEDICATED 1- -.-s. Mr. Blaine Bridenball Mr. Mclnnis sells tickets at a football game, -'XX Members of the Garden Booster Club, present whirl- pool to the boy's P.E. department. The Garden Grove High School Boosters Club, a group of enthusiastic sports fans and interested parents, have aided the schools sports program in every way possible. Under the zealous direction of Mr. Blaine Bridenball, this years Argonaut Boosters Club has held many enioyable sports banquets, provided the football players with sandwiches and such following their games, presented the Physical Edu- cation Department with a new whirl pool, including the installation, sold tickets andfor taken tickets at various sports activities and painted the varsity room and lockers. Those are iust a few of the many ways in which our Boosters Club has helped us. The Argonaut Staff and the students of Garden Grove High School wish to thank Mr. Bridenball, Mr. Retzer, and Mr. Hines along with the entire Boosters Club for their special effort and many contributions. ,236 l23l RICK HENSHAW NEWPORT G.G. G.G. ...... 22 Rancho . . . G.G. ...... 27 Newport . . G.G. ....... 8 Santiago . . G.G. ....... 0 Mater Dei . G.G. ....... 7 S. A. Valley G.G. ....... 6 Buena Park G.G. ...... 26 Orange . .. G.G. ...... 35 Bolsa . . . . G.G. ....... 7 Huntington NEWPORT f, 9 -- f, Tx qw fl 1241 BOB HARRITT RANCHO AQ -MV' X-, , ,,,, , ,N,,, I V ll SITY 2, me I- 1381 GARY HOLCOMB fi l26l HENRY JENSEN MATE R DEI 0 0 I Za M771 f - , , 4 ' ,,,, ,., , ,, ,lg , ll7i LARRY WADSWORTH RANCHO 0 G.G. 22 The greatest season for Garden Grove's football team in a decade! This sums up the accomplishments of the 1962 Varsity which won all of its encounters. What caused this seemingly miraculous change in G.G.s team? Was it the careful and expert coaching? Was it the fight of the gridders themselves? We can say it was an unbeatable combinatiilm of both, which placed Garden Grove as the top team of the city and of the Freeway League. Men like Henri Jensen and Rick Henshaw re- turned from last year to star on the grid- iron once again were representative of the team's spirit and the will to win. The first-rate iob done by the coaches was the other factor that brought out the best in every player and skyrocketed the 1962 season to a position that will not soon be forgotten in the annals of Orange County. l I l l , rw l 'A a In ff 'f Lila . I F' lll 1 1 qw, V45 l l l l l l 1: 1 I l X fs- I J. I MATER DEI 0 G.G. 0 I49I JIM PATTERSON BUENA PARK 0 l45I JIM ISHAM ,W fy' RANCHO 0 IIII MIKE FLOYD if X me SANTIAGO 0 I46I PHIL RAULSTON Z f 47 MATER DEI 0 M II6I JOHN CHIMENTI fy lg Q nANcHo o V ,, ,Q G.c. 22 "' H41 wALLY PANKnATz 3351, M- ,i I I ix I I IJ x Row lr Bill Relle Nelson, I Row I: Pullersun, Hunlll, 5 " s lil! L, P r I fg I ' 1 5 , f QQ 5' I I I I I I 'If I, arm W I I I 35? f ,I I I I I U I , ,f MOST IMPROVED PLAYER ' Sieve Bridenbull ARGGNAUT I BESTS rg, 413 X I I I I I I II II I II I I CAPTAIN'S AWARD Henri Jensen ARGONAUT OF THE YEAR Henri Jensen f ,aux 3, f 3 ur-'s A "fI.1h9' . ,,, G2 43' fer -4 'v- "f'3::.-fx 'Www Rig? BACK OF THE YEAR Phnl Ralston 4:275- CAPTAlN'S AWARD Jam Putierson ll, 'S'- 'L X E . w Ng QW 0. il I , e p I 1 fini 'fs.1 ,A .5 A I ls , f 41 .him 'f'v I np' 1' 1' RICHARD CARTER BILL REIZER RON BEIIELSPACHER HENRY JENSEN F -nfrfmq l E W 9? ,. , I 5 I ri ? 11,35 1 MA,-1. 5'-' new bf 'wi If X.. Rx I i L V W v, f Q 1 E w W LF 11 'N .51 4 if i y W f .. sf' -i 3? 'N-avhf P' in rv . w i fi ,. QM ' iff? ' 6 . . f -1 -,,. ,.,. C , , tix -'fr ,- '- f 'uv VW M .Ayr ' 'r ,. , , fiffilww . AH, ,.J'! ' Q , , dfwfgff f,,V 1' ,V A V' , if ,LA,v',,,,h,,K , Ay 4 ' 1 'W' fyf' 1 fff, V- , f f:f?!4f,fl N1 ffzn, F ,fa-, 11, gf 5, In ,WW QV ZA,-4:'f:,,,K! "U I ,VVV . 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Row 3: Bob Buckmann, Jim Smilh, Wayne Hudson, Jim Wrenn, Eugene Sumi, Al Amiruult, Dennis O'Hare, Mike Marlin, Frank Tullar, Bill Guzman, Cleve Maas, Tim Phillips, Shaun Slagle, Pat Hage- Bulleit, Jeff Gardner, Jerry Greene, Row 2: E.G. Perry, Gary Petrilla, meister, Neil Lundgren, John Bartol, Danny Grossman, Austin Piamplano, Stevv Golhman, Mike Gum, George Biglay, Mike Coffin, Jeff Rasmussen, Bill Slagner, Darwin Road. , ' Bruce Nelson, Bob Retzer, Lerry Newcomb, Ken Hite, Don Tullar, Bob sr, E I 'fl , ,rn in' 91525 ,f , Q 1 f gf .-A,-l 4, ft? , -.1 'I Tl A L 4. , il . . 5 ,,.1 1 J ., : qi :ibm vu! ' -6.13 l39 W Y ,Y , , -,gglexx , mmm ami, T. C FOOTBALL l no V ,gym , 532 OPPONENT Rancho Newport Santiago Brea Santa Ana Valley Buena Park Orange Bolsa Grande Huntington Beach fl Row 'I Elliott Luchs Anthony Golia Paul Nosek, Mike Roof, Chuck Phil Johnson, Jerry Beasley, Mike King Row 3 Ron Cole Jack Reynolds Mauro Robert Grey Jerry Holstein Larry Rubidoux, Paul Dugan, David Tony Carrclsco, John Carlson, Richard McCook Mike Smith Frank Town R d DI d B'lI Morris, Mike Chounard, Mike Cochran Glenn Hatfield Art Trsor Greg Blalock Row 2 Jerry Burke Marv Manor, an y eaney, sen , I Ron Ambrosrus Dale Miller Bob Gallagher Mike Wiley, Bob Woodroof, Whittley. 140 Sf V yawgfl my f ,W , , , ,ffm E. 3 gun S. f E 5 0 QE ?i .5 fx ,I vi. fx If If f A k I, 4 wa. ,- ' ' ' ' .I U N fi if fy i x X f 45 zz Z A f 7 1 f , I I I . ,, ff- W'4.2::'1:9'!Iim:?f .. ,V , 1 f I 1 4 w ji 0 4 , x , , ,,,,,f 6 'ff .:i-05, , ,M 5 y ,fiyf he f .,.f 5' ' VI , ' 5 fm., , My 1,5322 0 f- 'f. 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Q43 E L '-we 1 il' "l, TY-g'fj,4ff5i'3 Q My V YV :V 1 . s-:ig ,I Z i ' 1'2" s. v.v - f Garden Grove's 1962 varsity water polo team was the best ever in the school's history. The Poloist won the league title with an 8-0 record and fin- ished their first undefeated season ever with a 15-0 record. All C.l.F. selection Mike Forrest was the top scorer while defensive stars Mike Geafag- lione, Tom Carter, and Bill Derrig sparked the aquamen. Dan Derrig, Ron Hall, Larry Lefner, Tom Bortner and Jerry Cade balanced out the Argo "Attack," Guiding Coach Todd Paddock Bee team to a fine season were co-captains Forrest, Kelly, and John Geckler. The Cee's also did well winning!! games while losing only one behind team leaders Jon lsham and Lloyd Charton. . , -.Q-www i 33 X . W..-fr M.:-T y ' ' ff: ,H .,,f.t . ,N , ,A ,We QA J PQI' I , 7'1" A f I., -. V 1 R, f ' I 'i"f ,Ag5,7 " ifff"YI" 7 if 4 g V , Y ,,,,,,,, ,,,,Y,,-- ..,, X -X x W Y Y V- N Lip, If ' ' V"' fl ff l o f f-4. 7 ' , l ,, W l f QV . - l l I, 231' l V, I 145' J l f fi' p ' ' Y 5 t 1 k'z EY, . W l H24 Ku 4 ' ' Q " ss A - all ,fy ,, , mgnfw.. Argos race to recover lost bull. .-Ab-. ' Couch Rowland plans strategy with enthusiastic Argo water polo players. N, T'-X Y , . nb! r. - fn. x 'G f 4,1 QM 6,,- V, ,p 1 sk '-if l WV "You con't ses Forrest forthe waves." 7, . , 1 ww 4 , ZLL ff pf Bill Derrig attempts to sink his opponent. W: 5 g ' , , f ' , - ,,f,x,,X, ' - V, In 4 .. if - Y'.,v,,w 4 .vf ,why ,V I jc, Mx x..,, . A .,'. ,,,, , V , -""ii9V"" , , ' ,, ' . Q. 4 -if-'fi' W ,. V in It I :V .g. .Nl ,. , ,. 1 5 o uf V ,ffl iff" ' fwf 'Z , , " f, f V ,ygy , ,, , ., Q f M r slflrwiwoifr l of mf ,f V 'f , - F' , ,ff 'fix t I ," f 'L filzl' If f' , 1, nf L V 1 I I X fgff, Lizzy VV, fy ', j, ff. , V ' ' ,,, ' """f ' ff, ff' L 7 'K , I V 11,-Z' X I ' , s ,W M of law lc Varn Pla Carlor, lill Hood Muvk Fulsrson, N I fi -I I X ,A X U51 tppeninl, 1 u l l -.-Inj ' I 1 I 1 IN A . 43?-:ia I ?' Ii' 'KH Ex 1 J' :A J ,F s W, , fl ,.,. ,,,,. "lf y 'ff' F A21 J SQ? 2 All was , A WM, M M Q., 11 .f Q f 1 , , , x K W 'V' ' .ff Y 1' 'ZZ 5 Jw mm, Row 1: Vern Plogger, Jeff Neuroth, John Geckler, Kelly Forrest, John Stout, David Simcox. Row 2: Jim Carter, Bill Head, Larry Evans, John Berg, Ron Taylor, Bill Prigger. Row 3: Mike Manny, Jim Dunkorly, Mark Paterson, Norman Holbrook, Jim McDonald, Bill Rasmussen. Row l- Tim Fuller James Lohman Jeff Elsten Jon lsham Llo d Charton Dou Welven R w . , , , , y , g , o 2: Casey Forrest, Kent Gallacher, Mike Dillbeck, Bob Woolcork, Ron Ruyl. Row 3: David Hedberg, Steve Sutton, Ricky Bates, Barry Mangan, Chuck Dunklee, Russ Watts. 'nfs 'B . A J ... if 'JZ-'SJ 1, Mawr' R ,f 1 M41 1 ,-Jv 222 F A f .mf ,F F ,M n mg? .e,,, I Wfj If Rza' . 1 V"1: i X45 Wax f MQ? XJ 5 ,Q 5 gg J,,, , A, , ,Q Q f, 'gif M? .,,, 5 sw, , Q i f f l 45 .fy--:ffm-'L2f'jLa11mms1bx 2 f v C f w J Z I 3 2 E l S - I f me Y nw 1 Mig if 3 mix W Q' 11, Ax x we M N4 0 X.,- VARSHY BASKETBALL W Bill Reizer Though this was not the best season that the basketball team of Garden Grove High school has ever known it was a season of hard work and trying to every- one's best ability. The fact that the team did try is a tribute to the team and our school in it- self. Left to right Bob Frreburg Joe Stillson Greg Lingle Corkey Steffey, Mike Wallace, Mike Skogh, ' KM? ,ws Lefl lo right: Ken Jameson, Dave Gorringer, Mike Warren, Dove Barbo, John Perchez, Jay Moore, Gary McKibben Rodney Arnold, Jim Fuller, Ken King, Tony Robertson Curtis Reynolds. -B--:ug 1 la fi 1 ,k wana, er' MI E bw 'NN V A -I rm 4 r X V Y A La if I-4'4 --iff! J I' 5 in " N MdG zzz 27 '51 Argonaut B game. Row I: Lynn Segslson Dave Farley Don Hughes Ron Tal G P Coach Suess , , , yor, ary elrilla. Row 2: Al Amlraulf, Ken Hiie, Walter Lambs! B b Ch' ' ' r, o rlsfensen, Norm Harris, David Sundby. i 4 A 151 lx AN 'if -.M 'K 1 1 '1 f -V Row 1: Steve Sutton, Dennis Wilson, Gary McLorcl, Bill Eastman, Howard Vaughn. Row 2: Mark Sellers Jim Tonie, Don Toby, Jack Reynolds, Bob Gallagher, Richard Homeres, Don Meek. Coach Kay I , C Argonauts take on opponents. l 152 .- --f-21141 ,ff 1 ,f YS ..: ,4 9, ,f - - gm fl Q 3' 4 'lf if A . ,g-,,,M? 1 4 Coach Delabar and Varsity Track. Row 1: Richard Homeres, Ron Rogers, Dwain Davis, Row 2: Make Stipek, Fred Crowe, Sam Balch, Karl Bagwell. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY OPPONENT G. G. Newport 27 30 Rancho 44 18 Norwalk 49 15 Santiago 22 34 W Huntington Beach 33 25 Santa Ana Valley 29 27 "S .7 Buena Park 35 22 5 Orange 21 37 Bolsa Grade 41 17 X 153 . l l l l . I - ff16?i?gift-if' 1' , f, , ,.g GBC. , 1 - - .:.,, 351, A ,.,. - A .1 ff . , ,. ,- .' - lg ' .ao .1,-,jg -'T ' . W. ,, ,gg .- - A---w-fr , ,., V ,, ' ,, ' ..'.iA2-.if e-:.., .. , Nigel,-ik '14 ,Q f ,ae Q 'X s Hin I - N M wqgg .Q J W ,., sv -.arg 5 tary! 1 4- 4 Ji, 1 .sv 'Q-..-" r 4 J 994,-vt "" ,DP K ' M rt 'W7419 M, ,ft 2 .-,NL3,,g-gf.,-L3 ,WN he 'L g ., N. WM... ,. , , . ,:.,j,'1., -,,,,,, ,,..yg, ' f' f . . ,,,,?,.-,,A 4 4" ,f 1 1--.f,w, , '. ,V ' ff f. ,W 4 ,'f,-:,, 'S' ", r- ,,.. . .W '51-V, A . yd,-lggy ,Q '..g ':,jv:'.,, t ,f 7. ' 'b':?'ff?, -' - J 'iryif E l ll A game of speed is the game played by the Argo runners on the Cross-Country l team. Working hard and long to develop 'N team and individual abilities the cross- country teams ran miles in preparation. l l l tl 1 l l Q , l' 9 3 1, l f' ,z 8- ,t,.giiex' l J V V fl 7 E if ' - 'H 5:11 ' ' 'V M vfk I ,.., In Ni'f'f A .V 27 :A 1' 5-few ,ff W 4 iQ ,JJ l ' V rggilit, , , .. - i ff 7735 ,T 1 af' r v S' 'i ,e-, plklmnlx U' ' 'Q '13 3 I ' - ,"' 1, l 1 v Row 1: Frank Bulliet, Dennis Rodgers, Steve Ward, Paul Stoughton, Keith Vaughan, Kerry Hoffman, Row 2: Terry Mouriek, manager, John Hogansen, Roger Brown, Greg Mitchell, Dirk Vander Linde, lhf7"f'-i" Jim Pamplin, Bill Howell, Gary Hawk. l ' W , 154 l l .X f ' SWIIVI VARSITY TEAM Left to right: Jay Hagadone, Bob Calherwood, John Geckler, Don Stewart, Forrest Kelly, Jerry Cade, Larry Lefner, Terry Evans Rasmussen, Richard Tonks, Scot? Schoonover. Row 2: Jerry Grubbs, Tom Borlner, Bill Lee, Bill Derrig, Michael Forresl, Dun Derrig, John Sfouf, Ron Hall, Dennis Woodman. 156 l , A55 ill M74 "WT i l 1 1 1 F f' S l l Ll LI X L..- I I ff 5 '35 65? b L Tk. Row 'l: Jeff Elslon John Berg Jim Villasana Jim McDonald Vern Plogger Bud Rasmussen 'Mark Palferson Jim Dunkerly Rafael Caunedo Jeff Neurolh Larry Evans Dan Slaomquisf. Row 2: J'm Carfer Mike Manny. SWIMMING ii? ii 2 3 l-,H is Row 1: Chuck Dunklee, Casey Forrest, Ron Rayl, Bob Woolcock, Chris Lilley, Lloyd Jordan, Jim Johmann, James Villasana, Gary Davidson, Barry Mangan, Alan Poliner, Jack Moell, Mike Dillbeck. Row 2: Mike Chen, Doug Wolven, Johnny Isham, Tim Fuller, Sleve Tcllboll, Bob Mosse, Roger Fox, Steve Hollister, David Hedberg. 157 mx, .I A 0 6 , f V., . if I , H , , I f'?',,Z2'A W I ,V Z- ' A J 'M , f SWIMMING ,M 'xi AK-Wm I 'A BY ' .4 .Sl ,.,. , xx X,,,,ffW97Wf -1 f' 0 ,,,, A WMV? : W J w, ' I I I I Iurmxu., I - V I ' ,. 'xxx "I W A ' , ,,ffM'f" V pf ' C ',A , . - " V: . ,www ' f 1 WI K ,fm A f Sf? 'kxhw sw ff, ,gl X .-gr, 432: sy? 52 V., Vg W, I f 4 LLLL L ,f ' mann N1 bs'-A-A A BILL DERRIG , -,,,, '- ' , 26 mggwf Q, ,V Aka- , ' -my www-wwf 'C , TOM BORTNER ALL , Mm, w W, , . ,flu mm- Q. KR 1'4ilr""' I, ,K .. p Q ,, LARRY LEFNER A is L ,K 'x AMERICAN RRE5 1 is xv .40- uf- uwg. mx x 2,. we - ,A N MM? Don Sluarf ,xg x L, ' V " X il .mmm ',VV W .M A mf- w.,::'6-Hz.. '35 '-137' 1 W' HM , Q W ' 1. ' 21:g'fz1 . ix V Je -gif,-'34, V -5, ' . .,.A,, . 0 N1 www -ff Bill Derrig W 4 Q we 4, ' f af Bill Derrig, Bill lee W yy , ,J ,L lu-.- 1 ,J v l I l I r .U KS ARGOS ACTION 5 M , VM TENNIS WM,,,w V .MH ,www 7 4 , . M avi VVVA M, ' M , ,,,f ,, giyfa, A ' ff zwfmf-vs-vonwwaeivf , , , 5 , 3,-v , ,gi-.fa ,1 7 N 2 , .I ff fl' .r dl' Saw, '-'1' "', 5 vw ' 'vvf,wfwz'v rv f ,-,wgf , wi FS ,I A .f -13.1 Roger Hardy V., 4 H Q 'fl re :viwgy j , ,uffV-, 'z f P r Q. Q l Q +7 l l, . V Q f r , r +r+.Jf?-+,, Q-4 "WfM+m fji 'gf WL'I1,, r,,r,z or ff .f ? 3 T Roger Hardy 'gpm r LL K3 13 v - 1 if X f , , ,X S' ' D ag K5 l X 1 W ,,f XJ! , ll A , ., Ni. 'al l ' I A 9' fi. 1 'X ,Af n ff D K D f Q f K M4 -" Y lg: 5 5 W 1' 'R 5 , Row 'lz Sieve Wall, David Jolliffe, Ed Clark, Richard Aldriedge, Dennis Cur1iS, LUYYY M0901 Mike Gilmore. Row 2: Greg Wilkinson, Bruce Bullerfield, Andy Truman, Brad Beilel, Sleve Guflngef, Mike LQ, WEUZTD 51 Lomas, Duane Shaw, Roger Hardy, John Hogcmson, Mr. Brown. fc-:YCZWW X I I llbllomy D011 Tuul K ' l 1 -I-I.-yi' V""+9', , , 'fi -vb-+1 ' ,Hey 1 +1-+4-ff ver-V-Q-YL! .nf :I WRESTLING Ron Beiielspacher, Mike Corhrane, Greg Sims, Buddy Green, Charlie Pallerson, Al Mazer, Jim Ryan John Buiis, Phil Raulsion, Randy Hudson, Shorty Conrad, Larry Calloway, Dennis Thorpe, Ken Miller. Botlom, Right to left: Kirf Klancke, Greg Sims, Roy Gierison, Charles Phiney. Top, Left Io righi: Don Tullar, Jim Tuller, Terry Binley, Mike Janisky, Jim Pamplin, George Bigly, Bill Priger. 163 1 1 1 l ? 3 , TRACK K X 1 s' '- ff i 4 -Q I y i 1 if '7".lunp , tv. 'fix J' 1' "M, " 1 It cf , Z 2 JZ , Wy, 0 f 'K . .,.4 W.. A 2 ' ' 12301, 'W 1 ' a 2,-,V , ',f, I, '?"" ' ,Agn 1 -f 4 . y ,, , ,1 4 ,1N,.,w,, 'f .. 5-4 ,X Y " V' .X fl wx ,,q,,f,n ,' wi L l .. . 1 - t MMV' fi A 'fb i A L, ' fg,vjg" A ., ' N "' ' 4 X' , Q i W I I , ' I f , .. . f ' 3 ' 'V ff ,. ' 'V A ' ' ,fff X , ' , V , f J, .- , Q ,f 3 ff i ,Jain f . I I, , , 1 fv'1'3f7f r, , W wk ffU',.,g,, f f 4 Yf j, ff 1 1 V ' ,Q 12: I 1 w ' ' 2 fi fi 4' f' a i'y,42',3,'z41?w?mu f ' , , 4ffW'Lf' f f:,, ly 519 fa . J w 5. I P u I XX - Y , f, ,, ,, , , , ,, -Li:--1 I W ' 4556.5 " f ' N14 ' fiyfgfm ., , 4 , , - I , f 1 V gxf- ,m,,ff,z, 1 N , f -1 V ,Q W , ' Wh -"' Q' V , W -- ., JY' ..'zf?W.Wl lv , 'firfvgwf 'Z 4' I ' ' ' --' ' " , ,, , A---" A , f y ' f Y WMQQ ' f W ww 21+ , . ,. F' in .5 313 If 'Aff -V-af f ' .'Z-a 'i ,fb lg' - X 2 ,ff A 1, 41, V , " . ' w , . V K E 'I . .- I . .. A Q ., Q Q --rm.N, VARSITY x . if Left lo right: F. Ripley, S. Bridenbull, G. Pelrillo, M. Slipek, F. Crowe, J. Reynolds, Coaches, S Johnson. Row 2: M. Fitzimmons, A. Delucio, A. Mazur, G. McKibben, G. Delaney, D. VonDerIinden D. Noble, J. Corbefl, N. Woods, L. Bess. Argos and opponenls slride hurdle. TRACK EM FEE' if rv, B Left to right: R. Whitaker, F. Bulliei, P. Hagemeisler, S. Clark, J. Pearce, D. Cavis, B. Vaughn, 5. Balch, R. Rogers, E. Barnes, A. Piampiano, G. Sumi, Row 2: P. Sumi, G. Hawk, P. Elich, S. Ward, W. Howell, M. Gumm, J. Franks, E. Surgenir, R. Taylor, D. Garringer, D. O'Hare, J. Wadell, M. Bush, B. Head, J. Lifileiohn. .K .1 1, , I ., . if 1- 5 .gm I My E F . , E Left lo righl: R. Ward, R. Homerers, K. Hoffman, J. Culver, E. King. Row 2: C. Yoder, B. Daniels, C. Bagwell, L. Woederholf, D. Price, B. Bugbee. 166 N 55, if N. 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M A A,,4., 1 ,,,,, , , f ' "- I. , 'Q ,, ,L.fEVi,.Y ,P-.1,.ff,'.3.1"'if 2-iff 4' , IW? 533243 +' f , , ,,,,1A ,, J v . 133 Aww.. ,A A 5' Y-JE' 4 , fzgu, , .. ,J V C V " 1 z-me " 'f"..'?'4i' i 'wa mf I Y: ,A-"fa k, , V .. 4 W fff, .f . .t an VS, J. w,,,, ff " ' ,ln .- 'f-Z., ,g ,, W a.-, Evsmfe -:v2'?:13+'1..gf."':'fw.: - -4? Bill Reher My Af--" .7 l A ' .XY :Fil-1' lil b.1 ur-f-ilwfww-1 . I ' 'V WW A QI ., w- +--' 1 ifsvv'-'V H , ...M ,.. - ' 'ff' - 'ff' Q4 -T 'f-my " 7 i vy, N ., M.:-A X if W - aif'-F my ,lvl fi -V QM J ' A M' 1 'K . ' Q , lfit -'wif f' " 'A Q 2 wvzisf -I' v Egg. -fifgmg V, 326 f ff 1 Nr- : 1,5 " W , j sg. -. 7 U ,2 75'f4,: V V. ,E 5 gfsf,:A,.m2s uv, , .2 or 1- . we ,gf .LN we . .,,. 3. -Q, ff Y-' .. "xx, , - ,s mgfmfigfssgl , . J- S - Wall Jones AWT... G W? 'X' 5 J" ,f W 3 .gava ' , -:Wg 1 www! 1 1 W ,L,J0,,, if' Jerry Reed Mike Floyd SECOND BASE Charlie Peirilla Greg Mitchell f f T13 N-M. ww M MW. Y Af Mk 5 Y , . ,,,., T,..-. .4 E , V, Z awfmrg v 1 , BASEBALL ,ee Row 'l: Joe Sfillson, Walt Jones, Jerry lundeen, Charles Pelrilla, Mike Floyd, Tom Pelers, Jeff Cadwell, Sieve Szoley, Gary Lclwhon. Row 2: Mr. Phillips, Dennis Nelson, Greg Bezlai, Greg Milchell, Bill Relzer, Mike Skogh, John Miller, Rod Arnold, Bruce Fiizpoirick, Rich Jackson, Henri Jensen. Mighty Coach Phillips A vw i.' I 'x 1. Uv ' .. 1 4, rl f S X pm : N 4 w ffsggti ' ,M Q- 1 K six-'Egg 4114 .,,,y, Y s u. V irq? - . ,M l7l GG'S winning run at Bolsa Grande Game According to Mr. Phillips, the Argo base- ball team will play the season game by game with hopes of winning the league. The entire Student Body will stand behind them in this goal. Coach Phillips argues point with umpire. ,F , yy- X..-.2 17 ' 5:1517 4 fg,1 2: , ,, IP, E ig 1 alt 5 ' f x W I J I , X V , QE! 1 L.:..- N X' Z " M. R v- a Q 1 ' I f , 1. fi u I' , X, -m Q ,1 haf any xl rl M sf 335 , "'-nf 1 L.-,.,.., . ,NB- M ,G ,N UGWAN. Row 1: Jim Tozzie, Steve Golhman, Eddie Espino, Bob Larsen, Larry Walters, Jim Carter, Jeff Rasmussen, Dole Miller, Marc Sellers, Don Meek. Row 2: Coach Trumbo, Roy Gierfsen, Bob Gallahger, Bob Holder, Dick Whihed, Myron Pines, Bill Eastman, Gary McCord, Anthony Golis, Scoit Fogler, David Walker. FROSH 4 - NINE X A 8 Z ,5 1 A 7 -3 qi, eng, ' '5 1 , . f W M41- M ,is Q Scoil Fogler is safe at home by a mile. 173 We E A' T ...W . ., ,7,f,.,- ..,,, ,.,14 L99-' Row 1: Jodee Westland, Cassandra Beleher, Pam Pape, Sharon Jensen, Palsy Hazellon, Row 2 Marilyn Griffin, Shelia Reed, R'Lene Smoke, Carolyn Jacober, Roseann Kosulandich. Row 'I: Cassandra Belcher, Sharon Jensen, Pam Prickell, Marilyn Griffin. Row 2: Shelic Reed R'Lene Smoke, Pam Pape, Carolyn Jacober, Linda Harmon. 175 fx ' Q " ,W , , V, If ,, I v,,, . xx , 9 .. Q., . Row 1: Pat Gervin, Sharon Hendershof, Sharon Jensen, Diana Keller, Cassandra Belcher, Pafsey Hazelton. Row 2: Lynn Hull, Suzanne Burchfiel, Claudia Teborek, Jodee Wesllund, Judy Schaub, Karen David. Row 3: Sheila Reed, Carolyn Jacober, R'Lene Smoke, Dianne Floss. Jane Ford, Roxoann Kosulundich. ing volleyball! 176 No, 'his isn'l some new kind of dance. Tl1ey're play- fi-: f1ef -f---,- 1 1 1 3 3 4 1 l rg Ky, rf-.E P 1 . N, It :uv :EF J .t if iliff, Y W 1 f it N, x U, 1 t J ,Q t V, cm: PNY' -.., xCf,7f'm V ' M. - twin , 1 X f f New A 4? EJ! rx -...D 'sz F Row 1: Virginia Babcock, Susan Rose, Marilyn Griffin, Suzanne Burchfiel, Pam Pape, Sue Henry, Sharon Jensen. Row 2: Jo Ann Wagner, Gay Bennett, Patsy Hazelton, Cassandra Belcher, Sue Srudholme, Cristyne McGuigan. Row 3: Sherry Schwanke, Sheila Reed, Jane Ford, Carolyn Jacolber, Gretchen Hirsch, Lee Ann Pederson, Roseanne Kosulandick. ' Xe' 5 , 5 v K 1 if ' ff ,e WMM ' ,fair 0 M ui Y Y 4 1 i at 'llll fi ,r ,e wilt IQ!!! A t , I f,E:f L 1 Sherry Schwanke and Marilyn Griffen practice W H V for oncoming tournament. " J ,, , ,.,. . , y Vtrel 9 it ,,., A J I 77 if mi 8 ! Advisor Miss Vicki Toutz G.A.A Ne,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,., ,H ,, ,,, ,W ' G.A.A. is the abbreviation for the Girls' Athletic Association at Garden Grove High School. This organization gives the girls at G.G.H.S. a chance to take part in the sports of their choice. Meeting after school the girls de- fr' , V , Left to right: Shelia Reed, Carolyn Jacober, Cassandra Belcher, R'Lene Smoke, Sharon Jensen Gretchen Hirsh, Diane Flagg. l78 I m veloped skills and individuu to supporl then sured m0HY U challenge 'O Y met opponer szhools. xg 'E Gllbreviulinn pq, Mill-Q Assccimion U' 'Q Hlllh Srhool. This ,QW The girls Q1 mance to rake pqp iw Gl lhelr choke, rschool lhe girls de. ia AT S ma? s-fl! 1 ' S I ,mi Jem J, S, WH ,,,A YV YVVY j"VY ' ,I veloped skills and practiced team and individual sports. In order to support themselves, they spon- sored many activities. To add a challenge to their activities, they met opponents from various schools. CABINET Pat Barbour Secretary if .lane Ford Vice-president 'Ko ' 1 'Q-W,-"tri Carter Condon President l 2 179 Z 1 I ,W ' A J., fflif, Glwg P JJ- ,wi 1 :Li .J '-7!'nlS-- " 1,37 ks ' is m,,, ,M f W MWA ,N N , ,, ,.,,,,, . 'f-HY I, ' ' rn My I, .ff An... ' 3 9 fd H I 45 - ' ,...,, I M is pi, I X, ,mv W-H-,H Q, "'911gw,.La, M 7' W Mqnwywlrh E5 xr--I-lil . .4 ' , .., . ,ff K X ""'- '- . M , vzxem5- 5, -s.'-. ' M"""'b'w.,,, D ,,',f"""" M .. . .fl A , -1.. ' , wma... , A if x SA V M, 'W'-M X-L3 1 1 V I I Q A f f' 1, 'ivf ii Z 3ii!SEffiiIFf5fS5?Si??Ff?!fif!I? CLASS ES 5 FRESH IVIAN QMQW Al Almiruulf Dale McDonald uw WL. Row 1: Vicki Nations, Sara Miichell, Linda Hirsh, Al Amirauli, Darrel Pearce. Hess, Midge Aldridg 1 82 e. Row 2: Dale McDonald, Grelchan 4 aff. f Jlvlfieiqfw . I -1 Jw JL lr'- i '14, 2w:'lM',L mg-zvjhi' i'fgP1Wt' .,.' I ' 4, , 5' 1:21 Ein, V if lf 'i 42.5 . 5 1 y O F 71 12- E. aaa' 1 13 , ,nf li, f . ,Q 1--1,31 H, .. ,v h ,gr ., ,.A. 3 , V .. - Raw I: Poiiel, Karen S lewis, 1 rllfr ffl!! :mi i ivy :iff .1 i ,".'.'.x, L'Q.llw' N 'ng-,, ,, '14 .ii-.-.yij-A k'ffi',U, ' I ,, ii , '19 jig.. ' ,, ,H ,gd-f.n' ' i, ' 4, Row Mei: And Tulli 'fx X 5 5 ,R i fa' gg. mgq, f'!fr,!'- 41 L 1 -: we Wg' 'ff' ,WA f Row 1: Suhnrin Myron qu, :SWL 1 5111 1? fk low 5hun lllu len, Mal :lx w 1 L-, L 4 v v i 4 5 'r Mu 33? . Ql T 1 l' F-. C115 ie? 5 N31 mend, Jim i ioimsan. sl 1 Jcnid 9 .ft 'ea 3-H' w Q -ur 'ffsfw 1 5, L. ., ,rg by iw V ...- Row l: Becky Hutson, Debby Haxton, Sharon Reid, Virginia Mortenson, Sue Reno. Row 3: Doug Guther, Larry Moen, Cathy Liger, Gretchen Christine McGuigan, Kathy Erhart, Janet Richards, Susan Bauer, Susan Hirsch, Carol Waites, Joe Michael, Gary Davidson. Row 4: E. J. Perry, Studholme, Joann Vincent. Row 2: Suzanne Hill, Cheryl Dokmanus, Dale Chris Bowman, Bill Heap, Darryl Dike. McDonald, Jill Lang, Regina Klein, Jeanne Morreale, Margaret Doane, fralff alll :em W' iifhdfd .X Row l: Rita Weatherly, Maureen McDougal, Lilo Ripley, Billie Jean Flood, Charlene Jones, Patricia Gonzales, Doreen Johnson, Christine Maya, Evelyn Mortimer, Sandra Furlong, Barbara Birky. Row 2: Vickie Phillips, Linda Yates, Bobbie Nolts, Brenda Wright, Catherine Lambert, 187 Carol Messersmith. Row 3: Larry Terrozas, Brooks Gutelisch, Fred Heinke, Lee Ortega, Lamont Hart. Row 4: Walt Gardner, John Bartol, John King, Gerrit Van Arnessfort, Steven Oberwise. nr-sm nap- , 9? -n. -vs. Row 'lz Marilyn Crawford, Marie Akmon, Linda D'Amico, Susie Smith, Darleen Barbeo, Pam Schoabel, Nancy Busch, Janet Critton. Row 2: Tom Plymyer, Dave Pamer, Jim Smithson, Austin Piampiano, Jim Kennedy, Tie Biglay, Gary McCord, Jim Rea. Row 3: Barry Mangan, Mike Roof, il. 'T Row l: Fleeta Wilson, Penny Nichols, Diana Plunkett, Margaret Gleason Calista Allen, Gail Lane, Dunne Garding, Karen Holmes, Bonnie Mclntosh Row 2: Karen Johnson, Elise Toolson, Suzan Powell, Cathy Brinkmeyer, Virginia Babcock, Marilyn Miller. Row 3: Tommy Cantrell, Troy Brimhall, low, V as Q ' 4, 1 f N t 'iw Mike Hughes, Elliot Luchs, Bill Eastman, Gerry Mansfield, Randy Draper. Row 4: Bruce Proctor, Richard Cordova, Bill Swan, Dewey Deem, Don Bradley, James Johnson, Jeff Rasmussen, Lynn Wiederholt. 1,31 1 ffts' w..'3,' gun '- ,Vi L -w.. ef Q ' 16 C K l V s I-x A .1 s Art Whittley, Sheldon Faust, Jerry Holstein, Steve Semotan, Lee Miller, Don Meek. Row 4: Jerry Mineghino, Bruce Seaman, Arthur Morgan Glenn Hatfield, John Langin, Mike Johnson, Larry Brenna, Stan Kurcn Pat Morrissey. 188 ,M rlyj I E131 if, llftfl' yvfr' f F l 1 'i ill i- Z a f,m',9' vi ,M 1 Row l: Doreen Alan Fl lbw llnd, Fvqlg lltlll ,f tx I E 'L n r We PL: P l l 4 E 'l 'l uw' 1--. Ck ly., 'L WH ge' 2 -f' 1 ,W .ps- X,h., , Yltwif f X V f ,ig -i j , l L M f f' f Af , 4, , , ,M Row l: Jann Rapp, Sandy Stookey, Margie Lopez, Debbie Blystone, Chapin, Gary Rumsoy, Art Lopez, Randy Downey, Dirk Lyon. Row 4: Doreen Spychala. Row 2: Steven Jenkins, Dale Biel, Chris Hagadone, Brad Hanson, Larry Cook, John Franks, Mark Lomas, Dale Miller, Dale Alan Folslad, Mike Towey, Danny Smith. Row 3: Roy Gierfson, Larry Eidson. Row 'I Linda Curxio Cherllyn Gentile, Joyce Guizlo, Linda Nelson, Linda Barnes Patty Wendler Mikie Brickey, Paula Castle, Sheryl Frazier. Row 2: Mona Loebrich Jackie Mahoney, Renee Morse, Sandra Kelly Susan Noble Judy Hamilton, Dixie Woods, Billie Jeanne emo. Q Campbell, Leslie Palmer, Row 3: Janet Burdette, Bobby Phillips, Bruce Gonzales, Bill Costa, Mike Braden, Marty Sanders, Lexie Scheel. Row 4: Paul Malheny, Bob Larsen, John Carlson, Casey Forrest. Q , - Y E .f, I K, . l'I - I W 5- u! e. fix 1, Can Banks, af J if l 1 I- I ,, :Mill ,- mall .gp .mmf Je- at A Row 'l: Barbara Rogers, Theresa Marida, Louise Witten, Mary Moon, Row 3: Ray Gorman, Dan Ferris, Tom Scott, Miehael Miller, Karl Eleanor Salcida, Geneva Sherwood, Mary Penick, Linda Ford, Kathie Bagwell, Lon Herbeck. Row 4: Guenther Zarth, Jim Carter, Dennis Brannon. Row 2: Russ Watts, Chuck Mauro, Don Toby, Linda Hess, Schiller, .lack Hines, Dale Purkey, Mike Sweet. Sandy Bloss, Bob Guzman, Bob Rez, Gary Slagle, Bruce Johnson. Row iz Barbara Long, Vicki Thompson, Pat Campbell, Linda Armstrong, Danne Compton, Carol Duke. Raw 3: Tow DeSimane, Bill Miller, Bill Paulette Henkel, Kathy Prodan, Linda Hunter, Mona Watson, Heather Reitz, Stan Carpenter, Bob Edgecomb, Scott Folger, George Matthew, Weidert. Row 2: Virginia Newton, Katrina Markus, Colleen Stites, Stan Knee. Row 4: Steven Dawid, Bill Caldwell, Vito Tenerelli, Larry Raseann Kosulandich, Linda Kraft, Barbara Mautino, Pamela Finamore, Simmons, Poul Holloway, Bill Brown. l9l ,Z .5 Row 1: Mary Burlon, Rulh Kowerl, Virginia Calderon, Kalhy Bennell, Linda Baily, Dorolhy Axford, Linda Gouveia, Vickie Smidl, Karen Kay, Kathy Morrison. Row 2: Jane Ellioll, Rosemary Rodarl, Tina Fosdick, Claudia Crouch. Row 3: Greg Blalock, Doug Bryant, Tom U ,. ,.., 1 -...H 1 V Porter, Bill Sloan, Ron Cole, Jim Hoover, Charlie Phiney, Larry Wam- bold, Jerry Greene, Mike Willen. Row 4: Don Altenburger, Joe Belcaslro, Tom Porter, Steve Golhman, Tony Carrasco, Frank Cramer, Nelson Burlon. if P09-P Row 1 Virginia Holbrook Jackie Wrmsall Sharon Heymanmen Laura Row 3 Terry Whale Charles Black Sleve Jenkins Mllchell Morgan Penneman Connie Brown Pal Davis Nancy Ryan Judy Reese Carol wllch Peter Rae Craig Jacobson Harlln McNeer Dirk Lyar Dqvgd La Rue Row 2 Alan Folslad John Pollock Butch Jagger Kellh Monral Woodburn Larry Chapin Sonny Crockalf William Gibbs Dave Blel John Kung Kia. .Z in , Larry Wam- rhurger, Joe 9:13 Cmmev, X x 1 P v 1 I Y V 1 14 G' 1 4 ,4 1, 4 I N M Remember lhe fun during hgff Mawr' W' W ,-:vm ,- A if , "Hello Daze" week? Freshman class president, Al Amiraulf, escorts ma AI Amamuw. lamp of naming aid him in his Swann 193 Freshman h Woods. omecoming candldoie, per! Dixie f f3?g7?t'f I 1 ifngy 2, ff, KWH ,f X 3. X 1 " 'M '- X . f, - .,,,, , M ' M-wa., N-1 , ,, GLEN HATFIELD ,,g,q. .Lf PERSONALITY 194 '44 V1 Xx- 1 I BRAINS Q. -Q'Q+ Z ' RJ' A . X325 f 'fm 5 'R Q Y X5 K 'fyffex wx Y ,, W T izffji R ,AR f , 3 V tt JACK REYNOLDS BOB REZ TALENT 19 SUSAN HENRY fm a Q Q ,G MARY REIN5 ,X I ' ,ff i X X SGPHOIVIORES ,Y I, , 7, ' V QYJQWXZ Q 4 x- iiwiiffk., .5 Pat Hagemeister , .- n 1 l Row 1: Martha Wells, Jane Coffman, Jeanette Killion. Row 2: Vicki Ogdon, Debbie Zeyen, Linda f Johnston, Pat Hagemeister, Diane Cochrane, Mark Patterson, Nancy Rohm. L Raw Cum Phyi Jura 196 ff---1--TWH. - W A x S- P Pl" 'I' I ,Q ,, mg, yr Row 1: Kim Gilmor, Carol Ropa, Arlene Holwick, Kay Flood, Lynda Jones, Glendeen Boslwick, Elizabeth Perrine, Kalhy Perrin. Row 2: Karen Berg, Lynda Brelz, Carole Websler, Donna Sargenl, Cheryl Suydam, Cindy Heck, Jill Hopkins. x Row 3: Bruce Grovs, Harry Thibodeau, Dennis Turner, Fred Melcal, Viclor Goebel, Ron Wright. Row 4: Bob Chrislensen, Gary Barker, James Lohmann, Ken Caudron, Marlin Grois, Jim Slevens, Jim Ryan. 5 i Row 1: Cheri Hamilton, Pam Hanold, Beverly Brougher, derson. Row 3: Terry Allan, Lonnie Sleeper, Dana Rees, Mike Carmen Lovio, Kalhi Langdon, Jodee Wesllund, Mary Conner, Maday, Dennis Curlis, Jim Lewis, Myron Carpino. Row 4: Phyllis Irelon, Linda Chapin. Row 2: Kenilee Cooney, Carolyn Don Long, James Bell, Brad Whilled, John Williams, Mike Jacober, Debbie LeRil1, Teresa Zace, Debbie Fox, Karilyn An- Sulzbach, Cole John, Don Smilhson. l97 ,f' llli of 'fv- Row l: Patt Davis, Pam Baker, Mary Ann O'Rourke, Gaye Bush, Steve Barnett, Howard Vaughn, Jim Belcastro, Bob Bowe, Halbrook, Sharon Awtrey, Julia Halverson, Mary Ann Snyder. Gerald Giannotti. Row 4: Jere Bernardoni, Mike Warren, Row 2: Robert McNobb, Kenneth Matassy, Gary Thornhill, Armando Jimenez, Richard Jensen, John Okulick, John Richard Bodkins, Bob Woodroof, Rick Danet, George Wilkins, Capalbo, Dean Vandenberg. Gregg Vaughan, Gene Evans. Row 3: Philip Johnson, Mike ,gs Q in W Row 'l: Pat Joubert, Carol Powell, Karen Holt, Vicki Whitmore, Billy Daniel, Ronald Charland. Row 3: Richard Campbell, Barbara Farrington, Kathy Jokela, Dorene Leathy, Carol Stout, Pat Todd, Lynn Segelson, Jerry McAdam, Don Gorman, Darwin Nadine Hale, Sharon Groff. Row 2: Danny Grossman, Richard Road, Paul Stoughton. Row 4: Karl Cozad, Andy Delucio, Bob Homeres, Gary Fuller, Steve Blake, Barry Lacy, John Bull, Smith, Art Girrard, Pat Fitzsimmons, Jim Romo. 1 98 fm------M--f A ,Z W l I 34 B' 'l K xx S Q 'x 1. E, r .1 v A ,X if 'nie B f I f' '-Ziff Row l: Nancy Snyder, Nancy Clifford, Janice Frey, Ruth James, Melody Westmoreland, Sue Allen, Marsha Beauchamp, Sallie Masterson, Lynda LaRue. Row 2: Judy Weese, Pat Trendt, Reta Cavendar, Lorna Reardon, JoAnne Parker, Linda Riggs, Virginia Fross, Karen Hignite, Danna Lou Capozzi. Row 3: David Barbo, Bill Guzman, Ken Jameson, Mike Cody, .gn Keith Vaughn, Paul Dufresne, John Henneke, Mike Chounard, Lloyd Charton, Bill Rasmussen, Tom Nowak. Row 4: Tony Robertson, Mike Poussard, Dan Derrig, John Berg, Greg Delaney, Mike Martin, Neil Lundgren, Bruce Fitzpatrick, Kenneth Hines, Jim Pamplin. v q.nv Row I: Marge Sysak, Janet Dokmanus, Barbara Calzado, Joyce Snyder, Louise Zimmer, Leslie Ford, Mary Fraley, Coylinda Wall, Linda Morris. Row 2: Pam Pape, Kathy Walters, Jane Coffman, Rita Simmons, Diane Luczek, Karen 199 L4 Barr, Cathy Boggs, Lynn Hull, Pam Helser. Row 3: Wes Ford, Ted Haxton, Steve Ellis, Ron Rogers, Randy Straff. Row 4: Dennis O'Hare, Garry Zaiec, Richard Odenbreit, Ken Gill. QM-1, my J Row l: Kathy Fitzsimmons, Katherine Hageland, ReBocca Dinae Cochrane, Martha Mier, Chere Bindley, linda Garry, Lynda Homewood, Linda Hoffman, Tony lannello, Roy Hickok, larry Callaway, Jack Neumann, Bonnie Shaw, Margaret Walsh, Connie Butterfield. Moell, Miko Wiley, Ron Row 2: Sylvia Nankervis, Marsi Warren, Marzie Reischl, Linda Kingsbury, Mike James, Don Hughes, Norm Harris, Dave Larson, Donna Schneid, Corolynn Anderson, Valerie Linkogle, Farley, Joe Forstad, Mark Patterson, John Gecklor. wee ' .,,,A, :J Row 1: Christine McGee, Mona Proctor, Nanette DeCillis, Rayl, Steve Young. Row 3: Jim Studholme, Alan Danielson, Valley Morris, Natalia Rez, Kathy Mever, Phyllis Moran, Russell Robb, Frank Bulleit, Ron Taylor, Mike King. Row 4: qw Kathy Eikner, June Harvey. Row 2: Mike Cochran, Jim Smith, Bill Schulle, Monty Riggs, George Lonnee, Roger Fox, Bob pam, Sandy Warren, Anne McCook, Cathy Liby, Steve Hoyle, Ron Banks. mm Pauli I 200 fc' T.: .S Sy 7 l ' I F k fl, lf If I 'gil ,l up Row l: Genie Aolslun, Karen Cornell Rilo Newell C' d 1 1 ln Y loberlson, Dolores Smilh, Ann Roberlson, Linda Bain. Row 2: M. . . . ian Smulh, Marlin Barnes, Clllf Conhonaro Phil Rizulo Wayne Morgan, Charles Sullivan. Row 3: ,Deny Young: Kenneth Neel, Norman Holbrook, Petersen, Som Balch, Gary Smilh. Row 4: Gordon Barlholo- mow, Waller Lamberl, George Biglay, Bob Grove, Kim Swan, Wallace Schuller, Jerry Tinsman. Bob Monlgomery, Mike rx f Row l: Beth Canfield, Donna Hoch, Mildred Cohen, Judi Eshom P Pl k P am rc ell, eggy Nelson, Bette Oleson, Sharon Hendershol, Toinehe Julras. Row 2: Kolhy Dolan, Gigi Cameron, Susan Bale, Nina Solfell Paula Schow, Judy Schaub, Linda McNear, Nancy Morse. Row 3: Johrl 201 Boebe Jerry Tiuord Bikki Blades M , , , oureen Flanigon, Tom Fischler Darrel Volen, Jim Tallmcm. Row 4: Gary Sandoz, Dennis Wilson David Bugbee, Mike Reelz, Paul Elich. Row 'la Peggy Mclnlosh, Linda Price, Ginny Jones, Jennifer Mifchell, Linda Arnelt, Barbara Cooper, Bobbi Wheeland, Linda Prince, Susan Larson. Row 2: Marc Sellers, Janel Purkey, Linda Sanders, Mary Ann Silver, Slephanie Sandra Self, Leslie Olsen, Kathleen Ruekle, Richard Corles. "'f? "nf" 'law J.. f '55 12 ,Aim 7- 3 S I Row 3: Ron Ambrosius, Mike Smilh, Ralph Manor, Stan Weiderr, Mike Thoreson, Jim Doly, Arlan Roll, Dave Garringer. Row 4: Ken Hire, Vince Pulice, Jim Shirley, Tom Perkins, Bruce Nelson, Tom Newman, Roger Jones, Pal Hagemeisler, John Sloul, Sammy Oeslerich. nn. ,.,,-Mg. ff" .+..ghk if V J fee? MN Row 1: Crystal Ballash, Diane Baker, Carol Killingbeck, Karen Carler, Carolyn Carler, Gay Bennelf, Brenda Schmifl, Caron While, Susan Freeman, Karen Topham. Row 2: Vicki Ogden, Claudia Teborek, Lulu Huffman, Sharon Slewarl, Judy Griffin, Candi Wilson, Linda Johnslon, Kaye Grobee. Row 3: Linda Kay Lewis, Alan Van Kirk, Roger Sprinkle, Bill Slagner, Ed Clark, Sieve Wall, Debbie Zeyen. Row 4: Mike Ross, David Rishel, Jeff Neurolh, Ron Taylor, Jim Barbour, Frank Dezenzo. 2 O 2 f,,?.-,,, ew- ,Z f " -hi ix t x-5 A K gn 5 ll I . I5 4 i 2 1? up gl f V, 'WY wr ac r, , ce, Xi 1 l -ii. , E , 1 ff -an 3,1 tual . 'l S f X . WN Row l: Dorothy Doyle, Diana Woodward, Judy Reno, Jamie Oughton, Cathy Buck, Janet Frazier, Sharri Smith, Mary Jo Potter, Kay White, Shirley Mrogik, Lynda Louette. Row 2: Mark Smith, Steve Sutton, Bob Woalcock, Kathy Lake, Linda Tupman, Diane Ignatius, Larry Belcher, Steve Lalonde, Gary Row 'la Tara Tietz, Roxann Lochmiller, Nancy Wright, Susan Coal, Darlyne Stuart, Jo Ellen Dinsen, Denise Labelle, Nancy Benson, Barbara Alter, Nora Cox. Row 2: Peggy Green, Karen Stafford, Linda Townsend, Donna Marsh, Linda Sievers, Karan Rosenfield, Linelle McDonald, Vicki Marvin, Becky 203 Lerno. Row 3: Chris Jensen, Jay Moore, Sam Fladger, Tim Whitehedd, Jeff Gardner, Rollin Astra, Larry Dingle, Zachary Smith. Row 4: David Aten, Bill Gingras, Jim Wagner, Bill Webb, Dennis Altman, David Sundby, Bill Prigger, Thomas Steele. Porter. Row 3: Robert Brock, Lynda Collins, Janice Heape, Jackie Efaw, Sue Paolisso, Walter Hardison. Row 4: Shaun Slagle, Larry Logan, David McClosky, Peter Nelson, Charles Stiff, Bill Lee, Varley Longson. 0 f- 1 ww . 'fl ja' I5 J, , ,,. ,, in Row l: Sherry Vayghn, Nancy Baird, Linda Marshall, Pat Pague, Cindy Gramsbergs, Pauline Aparo, Barbara Wildey, Kathy Kull. Row 2: Gary Green, Dennis Kitchel, Peggy Dingess, Pat Reynolds, Diana Moser, Richard Pierce, Terry Linton. Row 3: Mike Pierce, Jim Hoffman, David Zieglowsky, xf .. 51" E3 Row 1: Imogene Bryant, Celi Yegge, Judy Gill, Linda Morten, Tyra Young, Carolyn Larkin, Linda Jiordano, Judy Groover, Jeannette Killion, Andrea Gabbard, Raelyn Greer. Row 2' Mary Dickinson, Connie Cool, Lori McKibbin, Reta Spear, Sandie Grant, Cheri Littleiohn, Donna Connelly, Peggy Wood 1 Ken Walters, Richard Sheffs, Kenneth Kappler, Terry Helm, Dennis Teller. Row 4: Terry Plough, Bob Holroyd, David Peek, Jim Nelson, John Phillips, James Gigson, Bill McAllis- ter, Eugene Surgener, Forrest Kelly. Eileen Richards, Twila Lystrom. Row 3: Beverly Miller, Kathy Gill, Carolyn Wieck, Nancy Rohm, Elizabeth DeWitt, Mary Jane Gibson. Row 4: Gary Lystrom, Gary Goff, Brad Mugar, Barry Hempel, Dwain Davis, Bob Holder, Burton Morrison. 204 f Z gn, 3,111 l l ll l l il? H i l S l, J N vw, id ,sl V I 1' ,V f 'Ff A-2 iw .. YQ?" V . , wifi Row 'l: Judi Marymor, Anita Goldberg, Carol Cave, Suzie Martin, Marie Rodart, Lanaii Torkelson, Patsy Cassioy, June Blain, linda Harrow, Margaret Smith. Row 2: Bob Taylor, John Haganson, Sallie McKibben, Barbara Straw, Sandee Hughes, Sherry Phillips, Mary Patterson, Lynda Garrett, Susan Kimble. Row 3: David Green, James Culver, Joan Alford, Mike Janisky, Ray Monroe, John Hudson, Chris Lilley, Chris- topher Schreiber, Cleve Maas, Paul Rau. Row 4: Terry Branum, John Qualls, Steve Talbott, James Simmons, Jim Fuller, Russell Shultz, Blaine Ogilr, Steve Skelton, Dale Gregory, Paul Becker. There comes a tragic time in every student's life when parents meet teachers. f , if f of RN I ' 'z 2 518 x What a convenient setup for a testl 205 LOOKS W x ..,f E "9Fv4WZQvf, , kk Wiiqww STEVE SKELTON KENILEE KooNeY , , -: Afi' 1 "IEW-'w'v . PAT HAGEMEISTER f52 M Q PERSONAUTY hw giffik' ' 206 Jemme muon ' ' L X n ' XX IW Z I I 55 ,gy BRAINS ES FORD DIANE BAKER TALENT 7 'fm "fif?f'W WT' 7 MELODY WESTMORELAND I hA . . I W2f?f?f97 2w I JUNIORS 1 4 V 71,5 7 M, I " '--WJA V, I Ii 1 . ,X 1 ,4 V Ng ,,,,, , VIRGINIA PEEK BOB WURSTER ,nw N ., mX ,, I-I A ,.. WS' 'WX 1 Ixk X XX ' X l- ,Miff- Row I: SIuurY Bridenball, Judy D'Amico, Janice Budrovic, Lynn Wayne, Virg Bill Relzer, David Jolliffa. 208 ,wwf ,,.,-u..ww- "K.ZL-f .-H-"' ,M ,M-fy' 7,1 'War' ,,-f-" ,,,..,.o'-"' inia Medlngar. Row 2: f""ff"""" ' ' H? I ,V , fum W' I5 1? IMIIIIIQII JIIIIIIIEI ', l ,J 'I :fr r ir-H' I I, J ' I 'JEWEL - -'lr' IU, 5: 5,-. ' If-f' 'In . A-,VI If Q21 "zu .. fus- .-4 " 'X I X. , l T' , L f f lf 6 X 9 l Alfi' ff I ,f Row I: Mary Claiborne, Sharon Mertz, Mary lou Burgess, Clara Salazar, Terry Hartley, Donie Bush, Donna Oper, Claudine McGill, Row 2: Ray Carrasco, JoAnn Jaworsky, Peggy McFarren, Margaret Miller, Greg Quinn. Row 3: Dave Pannier, Jim Davis, Q.. ,,....l. V, ,H Q .M " ' 9 "" -: fr l X I ,J -an f '66- r'- as X Ny 'a 54,34 ,,,-,sq 1-V . Dale Valen, Dud Foster, Kim Frizell, Bill Bostic. Row 4: Harry Sloan, Mike Lomas, Bruce Butterfield, Harold Andrews, Richard Pehrson. Nm.-1 Q Row 1: lesli Johnson, Nanci Wisben, Trudi Powers, Kathy Dona- hue, Bette Mailhot, Sandy Brown, Sue Bouldin, Donna Kay, Stephanie Garrett, Carol Southwick. Row 2: Phil Neusladt, Arlene Larch, Adele Arnold, .lane Milliken, Betsy Hatfield, Marlita Boyle, Sarah Fladger, Fred Crowe. Row 3: Jim Waddell, 209 Ed Kay, Mike Fitzsimmons, Terry Braley, David Graham, Jack Bobango, Bill Howell. Row 4: Brian Miller, Gary Redfearn, Dennis Woodman, Stuart Bridenball, Wayne Kuhaupt, Steve Mazy, Dennis Boyles, Jim Nash, Rod Arnold, Fred Bruggeman. th L991 :mac Row 'l: Shirley Rasch, Kriste Edwards, Kathleen Kelly, Peggy Dinsen, Kathleen Vincent, Frances Meyers, Linda Jo Harrison, Joyce Grishaber, Paula Herberg. Row 2: Anna Newton, Diane Flagg, Barbara Baer, Linda Larsen, Lorraine Moll, Carol 6.1 43 W. 1 Y-'DE' l".5Q KEN Goodhua. Row 3: Bob Wurster, Vic Pett Bob Catherwood Mike Dillbeck, Robert Marlow, Larry Muller, Frank Tulleners Pat McGovern, Jim Doane, Jim Corbett Roger Hardy K 25: 55 V if ' 93' xx I Wm. Row 1: Joan Hoffman, Penny Juhlin, Carolyn Ferreri, Judy Brian Gillespie. Row 3: Rory Manley Lynn Emmons Randy Wasserman, Janice Baker, Sherle Corrnire, Irene Melia. Row Johnson, Jim Heldrick, Paul Salzano Row 4 Frank Fox 2: Tom Morrison, Tony Herbeck, Jerry Lundenn, Jim Shar, Terry Wltrher, Stove Helms, Carl Peters! . xxx- ICC 'Ill fl 1. Al , K "ilu Row l: Linda Oden, Diane Wilson, Marilyn Martin, Lynda Gionot, Anita Gouveia, Marilyn Randall, Momi Boring, Iris Watkins. Row 2: Larry Reyes, Jerry Jones, Tim Hahne, Bob Spychala, Judy Warren, Brenda Willcockson, Dennis Gallagher, Mike Gallagher, Jeff Gardner, Deane Pearcy. F135 .., , G:-Z3 l Row 3: Mike Naranio, James Miller, John O'Brien, Dennis Cordova, Larry Luey, Walter Jones. Row 4: Steve Truman, Danny Clayton, Frank Phleger, Joe Clauser, Lonnie Hall, Ralph Hangsleben, Tom Shubin. Row l: Linda Culver, Janice Budrovic, Fonda Bowman, Cheryl Crone, Kathy Fletchall, Claudia Henkes, Jerry Stumbo, Susan Mitchell, Joyce Cossart, Beverly Pomer. Row 2: Jerry Brewer, Dave Carlson, Barbara Beneck, Terri Stoddard, Cay Condon, 211 321 4 anbf' ,G ,. ,My X.. 4-vm Betty Davis, Randy Page, Gary Petrilla, Doug Wolven. Row 4: Terry Mourek, Jim Dunkerly, Cheatham, John Murphy, Robert Truman. Row 3: Joe Kelch, Roger Brown, Ken Altman, David Crouch, Joe Morrissey. 7 Z xg. ,am .f,-.A--- - - 41- XM Q. or. A V...-,, Row l: Carol Dewitt, Thayone Jones, Elaine Allen, Lezlee Parr, Gail Mclntosh, Maureen Simmons, Donna Green, Lynn Wayne, Karen Lee Kielder, Pot Sanders. Row 2: Renee Hamilton, Donna Holtz, Judy Parrish, Penny Rigdon, Marian Brown, Yolanda Finamore. Row 3: Dennis McCary, Paul Nosek, Bob ,M 'cz Hansen, Fred Young, Gary Gleason, Mike McKeever, Greg Lengle, Jerry Robertson. Row 4: Don Haynes, Ralph McKibben, Richard Aldriedge, Jerry Cade, Larry Newcomb, David Ralston, Jerry Halberstadt. in Row l: Sandi Croutch, Debbie Ekrut, Shirley Witten, Judi Fried, Lynne Krosner, Louise Charland, Bonnie Beitelspacher, Kathy O'Connell, Jackie Baer, Row 2: Nick Prodan, Terry Voss, Teddy Rcgahn, Lee Mozzurco, Linda Porter, Nonda Dee Mcrgenson, Warren Maisenbach, Delbert Logan. Row 3: Robert Wolbrecht, Tom Rehnert, Bill Wharff, Gary Guidice, Joe Quigg, Bob Buckmann, Bob May, Bob Van Hook, Edward Youngbloom, Rick Helmle, Jerry Cook. Row 4: Dennis Husted, David Griffis, Chuck Neal, Mike Mercer, Doug Kyckelhahn, Jim Wall, Tony Clayton, Tim Tinsmen, Dennis Crouch, Bob Young. 212 f:,,,,,,A,,,,, ,W A, f l f J Y .awk I .nl W1 Tl' llfljli' ll ,' ,M I .. Y if l l f L ll v if 4. r Y : nf 'lk-1. .-jj f rlx-.,' i w.""lf iiftnigli . i-lljyg., 1, Nil, MLA-.i',' , J, ,, . 3. - LH Ci . V5 S F . i N -1 rf .1 I V YA i V f ,1' ge sn , fe' Y Row l: Donna Schakel, Bobbi Kulpepper, Jane Lawton, Ann Tempelton, Carol Sparks, Donna Armstrong, Jackie Bagwell, Terry Stumbo, Pam Barnes, Linda Coles. Row 2: Virginia Meldinger, Donna Horton, Pat Mahoney, Vicki Johns, Joan Rice, Sue Abrams, Pat Lonski, Connie Meyer, Rita Rowe. Row l: Pam Wright, Kim Elsten, Randi Magill, Shannon Hanley, Jane Breckenridge, Gayle Townsend, Marie Daniel, Linda Banks, Sharron Boughton. Row 2: Terry Rasmussen, Kathy Judd, Jana Schroder, Marcia Scott, Judy Vilmer, Carol Pescuma, David Jollife, Jim Tullar. Row 3: Ron Koon, Steve X 213 Row 3: Jim Littleiohn, Dennis Taylor, Ron Kalmos, John Miller, Jim Blackwell, Bob Greene, Ray Vander Velde, Dennis Rodgers, Greg Simms. Row 4: Al Retter, Richard Guyer, Alfred Schifferer, Jesse Hamrick, Fred Ripley, Tom Bortner, Van Ahlberg, Gary Wagner, Steve Ward, Vic Speed. 5074 Bridenball, Rick Witaker, Clarence Conrad, Ron Mitchell, Eldon King, Craig Whitehead, Scott Schoonover. Row 4: Chuck Rose, Joe Huey, Gary Phillips, David Spearle, Ron Wabschall, John Butts, Joe Brennen, Tom Peters, , gl! of . any, f-ax, ' 1 ,., , .4 fff'f?f as Row l: Suzanne Eiler, Charlene Trapp, Vicki Draper, Jacque Bymasier, Lynne Bezlai, Sue Davis, Sharron Janisky, Palricia Clarke, Pamela Harden, Palli Bell. Row 2: Kalhy Jaensch, Jane Ford, Sandy Siemasl, Leslie Magedman, Cheri Aber, Diane Beiller, Meredith Tizzard, Sandi Reed, Becky Burke. xx, -9 14,4 ,, 1 l P .PC 'l wlllfin v ,J,,vg,l,iv5 inf-'Q MQ: 'E 4r'h, 1 , . I mf N 01 - l r X. Row 3: Jay Hagadone, Mike Smilh, Mickey Mallacks, Don Sfewarl, Bob Dellarl, John Gronholf, Don Dike, Harald Dyren- forlh. Row 4: Mike Gum, Jim Clifl, Tom Penller, John Perchaz, Robert Pallerson, Jim Williams, John Barnes. av, 4 . 5 g nys J. ,' p ,Qi vu. 1,4-mfr A f ll" , Ml: if-1-1130:-a If D W, J 'l' l I J l l lf ' Us l Row 1: Teddy Self, Pal Moore, Claire Beal, Diane Carlile, Ferguson, Larry Sorensen, Tom Baker, Gary Sorensen. Row Cindy Mailhol, Barbara Russell, Dallas Child, Linda Vinson, 4: Beverly Roush, Barbara Bicknell, Glenda Bowen, Cris Karla Klingaman. Row 2: Ron Helmick, Don Robinson, Bob Parker, Susan Buhrig, Sharon Torcaso, Barbara Pelorson, Hawthorn, Rob Fleming, Terry Gwimond, Sam Ganl. Row 3: Sandy Clouse, Pam Mennealy. Ron Kirklin, Colin Sullivan, Jim Harris, Bob Riddle, Sam 2 l 4 f,,,...-:,W.,:,, . R 4:a'.- .. N 1 , I - 1: xi' .,.a 5 - V 'fry T ,533 """L:x::-q::' :il L 'im T2 fl , J ,i??ff""" fy ' if is A fl sl Y. : , W itil-f 4: Row 1: Susan Chapman, Candy Collins, Janet Silver, Lelha Reaesnyder, Lynn Dolan, Jeanne Fagg, Sally Clark, Mary Fett, Sondra Baker, Lora Barbaro, Betty Deckard, Row 2: Barbara Larocca, Connie Gatlin, Judy Burlew, Pam Friesen, Jeanette Hakwerdian, Jane Lauberth, Beverly Goodale, Sherry Wall, Andrea Thornton, Pat Barbour, Row 3: Phil Raulston, Ken Delpit, Terry Binley, Terry Johnson, Jim Wilde, Greg Fisher, Larry Evans, Tom Toiyo, Tom Liaboe. Row 4: Jerrold Mills, Wayne McGillivary, Vern Alred, Greg Mitchell, Bob Stone, Dave Ignatius, Alan Mazuk. Iv' Row 1: Paulette Brickey, Jane Belcastro, Marie Yates, Nancy Tolmasoff, Lucienne Miller, Darlene Keller, Carol Johnson, Sharon Alexander, Lynette Kozlowski, Pat Hamari, Sandi Moloney. Row 2: Jackie Germane, Joanne Martin, Mona Proctor, Anne Krell, Kathy Quinlan, Pat Rommett, Deanna Af, x Greene, Nancy Sweet, Linda Lininger, Theresa Talburt. Row 3: Robert Gonzales, Doug Johnson, Carolyn Whitfield, Judy Ricker, Nancy Chapman, Dennis Thorpe, Bob Wheeler, Row 4: Dan Blackwell, Steve Franks, Wayne Hudson, Matt Mesplou, Curtis Reynolds. E5 Q9 Row 3: Buddy Green, Michael Gilmour, Mike Foncher, John Smith, David Corts, Steve Mclntosh, Freddie Patterson, Thomas Purkey, John Sommer. Row 4: Bill Retzer, Mike Shows, Dan Stipek, Jodey Garbett, Rax Smith, Jim Starkweather, Jim Eady, Gary Rupp. A Junior ring: The symbol of a gradu- ating class and the mark of an upper- classman. Some of the Juniors will look at their rings and think, "one more year to go," but others will think proudly of their class' accomplishments, as, winning Home- coming twice ll96l and 1962l or Color Day ll962l. Not one freshman will tell you that he doesn't want to be'an upperclassman, and not one upperclassman will deny that he is proud to have achieved his status on cdmpus. Have you ever asked yourself what your' ring means to you? 6 f' ' l '41 fif' I , 'r A 1 ,' A f Terry 4 .f 5 1 llc, Sl are the , ,I ., ,... ,, ,, ., ,M W, nivwm--A ,g her, John Smith, ics Pvrkey, John x, Jodey Guiberi, Terry jioddard, Carol Goodhue, Gerry Bartol, and Jerry Cade Eldon King eniertoins at an assembly are the Junior candidates for A.F.S. if cz gradu- i an upper- jgk Gi Iheir fidf to go," diy of iheir 'nningH0m9' 523 gf Color you W' he gpeiflassman' ,H im deny achffied his 2lfWhaWw Juniors work foward their goal of winning Homecoming. 217 LOOKS 1. 's . , ik' , VIRGIN! RETZER PERSONALITY ff' W I 2 TALENT BRAINS f V, 'ffxfsf t- K X f . ,g gfx.'f.'7lk3a" . - Q: A .4 . f -153335 fx I fi l 'f fl, f I , , , i f f 1 ' vi L 5 5 SX L lt ' w X . l All 1 l l 1 l l N. l l t w 'V,, ' ' fi Q , fkif' , t . ' W if", t i , l ll . l l l l t l l t 1 1 l l 1 l . l .2 , 'ml xx . gm, , ,- PRESIDENT: Jim Dunn CLASS Senior Class President, Jim Dunn was the head of all Senior class activities. Jim showed his leadership ability in planning Homecoming, the Senior play, the Senior breakfast, Baccalaureate, and graduation. These events could not have been a success without his dili- gent work. Jim had a ready smile for everyone and was gay and enthusias- tic in spite of his busy school schedule. ,.e.,,,,.eM,,,,,.,.,..,....u-M-"W Senior class officers, Virginia Clark, Jim Dunn, Jett Cadowoll, and Judy Thomas make plans for Homecoming. 222 X, H Y ,-.-3 1. i .F Fx S ' Uunn was PS eclivilieg, 2 ebllii, in Sinlof Play' ccaleureale, 'ii could nal wi his dili- ily smile lol fi enlhusiag. :ol schedule. i sl ,af I Y K iff OFFICERS ...., TREASURER: Judy Thomas 'QV' SECRETARY: Virginia Clark 223 Jeff Cadwell, Vice President, Virginia Clark, Secretary, and Judy Thomas, Treas- urer assisted Senior Class President, Jim Dunn in planning Senior activities. With Homecoming, Baccalaureate, and graduation, these people were kept busy. They helped with behind-the-scenes work. They helped promote class spirit and held meetings and also organized committees. Because they did the work well and en- thusiastically, this year was made more eventful for the Senior Class. VICE PRESIDENT: Jeff Cadwell ,Z x I T My ,Q l ne' , V , 1 , . 4' J f f K fl i , ,fy wi Cya , we I ,ll ,,,,, f A, 9 is , , , , ,M , , , 4 Q. sg 5 1 Q ff. as 1 l YELL LEADER: Jim Isham fb DRESS REPRESENTATIVE: Karin Johnson 2 J at L.- t A 5 , 5 DRESS REPRESENTATIVE: Marge Harper "Put away that comb!" "Don't put that lipstick on in class!" These were familiar words heard from Karin Johnson and Marge Harper, dress rep- resentatives. Always alert and on their toes, they helped choose the senior nominees for girl-of-the- month. Karin and Marge also attended the class meetings and helped with preparations for class activities, Senior spirit was once again led by Jim lsham, yell leader. Jim, a member of the varsity football team, tried hard to get the Seniors to yell and show good spirit at pep assemblies and games. All in all Jim has done a fine job and proved that the Senior class was behind the team. 224 f,:,,,,,,,,,,-,-H,,- M, 'XX .V J, X ' . X-A i f .1 KT. if X ri 4 A: , J . 1 . 3- 'io 1 l ,f Ki Al kj ,jiri ' Sill? 'Tilt' 4 ' Y, l':'S: 1 ,Q sw A 5, as 5, 'l i- li Mqlly F Clhggy Q Which 0 of the dtslrqy Sehlbrg S N R V 7 f. X ,V f 1 1, X, X , , X vf , X ' 1' , , ' " If ,. -1 f 1 T 6 T-, ' Q L " rf g X , at - . ew, 7, ffm X X STUDENT BODY SECRETARY '62-'63 ,V nf.: " 1 4,1 121.5 J' fr ' :? '-'-' Iv-1 A e . 'f ' wi 'f "3 , ' 1, " fl :gi fs-A . Tiff:- . i m, fff21f?,Q5agz,,,, , ' Q , ,r :..,, T " " pg ,in V- ' KF, -Ag ', k ' ' :Lim 1. N, , Y A , "f?'1,, ., . ' " J: vs, ,,,11h ., f' . 1 2-ey N- , 'E 3. Lisa' -, A ' , T-,T 1: , A , gf' ' . K 921:65 - ":.':gs.2r2 . Q1 xg W4.'tsg'- 'X' :ki 4 ' 4. aa ' vw .1 . P, 25. , , ,K 1 s l- a , Liisl, ARGOLOG EDITOR '62-'63 Via ik ,mmm f I PERSONAUTY '61-'62 IVIOST REPRESENTATIVE if I ,5 91 fi , gg? xi? I K , 5 1 , ,Q ,g ,Q f "K '-Y L ,, H ' . f f: E - .xg I 1 A W A ' .3 Q, 1 ,,, s zg X 'N . if 'Q , 3,1 7 1, I, ,,,, A ,v L.. ,gm r .. Rf: J L ' ., If A ff' 5 U, ., L V wig ,, , , -w. -fw g sz , 'Qi T Jf5'f' - H., , 4 f Qs. -ff: 3-T""E"6 z GIRLS' LEAGUE SECRETARY '61 226 Sue slowly strips for Girls' League assembly. ,,.f I 4 Sue un F XX l l H I SENIORS GF 1963 MEMBER OF "SOUTHLANDERS" '62-'63 9 Sue and Bill at Junior-Senior Prom '61-'62 X f,::EEIff 'Isl SEMESTER 61 ik H A ,QW X v BOYS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT '62-'63 -"' 'I 7. ' my " ., j I ,- f ,X 2nd SEMESTER PRESIDENT '59-'60 LOOKS 59- 60 7 2nd SEMESTER PRESIDENT '60-'61 I J 'rs' J Uhazswouen j f I 'J A1 -MT 'Yu 1 ef U01 1 u ij Kwwuigivuamonsbduuuwbsilffq ema'm0uSas.1rwr,a N1su,suusefwb:wz,mUnu VJ U' J fx u-1 'I QQ' gl -al ' Y '-C' H 1 'Ju Cx' AJ-:N I 55111101198 U'-f-w2'if1666 Slawbspvmbviwwwul-mmm!vi?DOunu1z164nasomaswewafpfn-afomUOu J -N1-sl J J A .. uh. A, XM d DWYIFOWQJD bffwnnunz ':.fS1U'161vO4wuHn1K-151nu Df7':6'9r1scomfT14vmEoun1b Q-IF' 'USU RJ . CN 5 Q f ,J yy: V Q :J . 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Hlfiwwwo Znifiiv, Nu' adfvf- LLAAXQA A,Uf0YMUQ,h NUVI -0-AMA-A nnrfm nffn mcwmn OM Ju NVL64 cm funk 1 lim Wwvlwmdxk M Q4 , kLL,l , VU RW 130410 ku in duh, 1 W UML" To Mu! flu Qfx if U mamg fLA.l'IUou.UQ JM fogu HUfLlM1'MM4, 41,141 44 ' M 0 A r midi lf: MYMM Aww 9 ' , , Z ' i E. 1' MZ Muf- Ww' fl' fm om vm 101404 Qgilgfugo 40 vw fm eww W Jw nl. MMM-jeu LM ooiuilimm Mi-MOL Iwwgwffwk Mwfvr gdjwa. Atwwggzl l trio. Xe.. ,.,,,...-.,....,. ..,,,. . . ARGONAUT REPRESENTATIVE Bill Poledouris had the opportunity, given to only a select few, to represent Garden Grove High School and America as a summer foreign exchange student to Switzerland. Bill was chosen on the basis of his scholastic and extra-curricular activ- ities. He was sent with the knowledge that he must diplomatically convey a feeling of democracy and goodwill to these people in this distant country. Bill returned with a deep understanding of the government and customs of our neighbors across the sea. I 43. ,, Bill Poledouris QQ' During his "spare" time, Bill ioins with Rick Bluhm, and Bob Wurster, to complete the Southlanders 230 fee-ef e-..e ee sc xv I ll S S 'iiii VY, given iliurden CU Q5 q dent ig the basis iuruciiv- iowiedge onvey q xdwiil io iniry. Biii nding of of our i ii 'TT . - il i i Weis fv- 'I V Avi W Memw,,,,,,.,..-M Bill's fosier family in Switzerland. Much of BiII's time is spent playing ihe piano. , V A Nw" A 'ZX' A ,W 'ff 1" Qgdfy' Y w Seniors Mike Forrest and Barbara Oltley make last minure preparations for graduation ceremonies. 232 kai f f ii ix r QE V i 1 wx T Z 3, , L A , gf'-' 'T I I " QE Z - I 1 I x , 1 IRA AUBE RSON JERROLD ALLEN ROBERT ALLEN JUDITH ANDERSON LAURENE ANDERSON WILLIAM ANDERSON ROGER ANDRES 'la- I STEPHEN AD LER JIM BAILEY fig . fv-1 7 , 5 T? if Q I 1 I f X X BETTY ARMER 233 K. S .. . Q47 5 mf x f H MICHAEL ADAMS JOHN' BABBEL 5- l",'31' Q f -.X .J PAUL ATKINS JAMES C. ARNOLD CARY ARNOLD 'lk l , f I I wg? . -V: Q Q I Wd' lk Q Q ..? I S RANDY ABBOTT VIRGINIA ATKINS if ,,.,. ' 2 'f'- V 4 32 2 f I 44' ., Q-M H? DORINDA BARBEE LYNNE BARBER LINDA BALLARD BONNIE BAUMGARDNER RANDAL BEATON RONALD BEITLESPACHER BRAD BEITAL CASSANDRA BELCHER fs 1 ,fr xx I NANCY BARRY WANDA BIEL 3,15 GREG BEZLAJ LLOYSON BESS SALLY BELOTE 'fr' ADEQ? f' PS 'x Q--1 Y Y 1 W. STEVE BAILEY JIM BLUE V 9' 'Trina f , 4 X 5 iv? ' fray 5 on if 1 X 4 W. I , I ffm, .,,,,., .,, I 4 Aff If I I I H I !--,-... I I 1 ,hx S F-Q 'I sf I 'EVE mir .M SIUE m, -J- if J 94 ,lv J Pwr w of-' 14' J I 1-vw 'wif if Y 'II fi Sz .V r if I I TOM BOSTICK PATRICIA BRACY ROBERT BREW DONNA BRIGETTE W, W M , , , I , Y , 0 W c YI N4 . NIKI Bonus oeNNls som-IAM BARBARA CARTER CHRISTINE CAROTHERS SHERILYN BROWN LADY BRYANT LINDA BUCK VIRGINIA CAMPBELL LYNN CALDWELL CAROLE BUZER -'EFF CADWEU- -,,'-'fx 'Navi L,g 235 ,f I gk W 5, dn...,f' A S RICK BLUHM WILLIAM CARLSON fix npr I x R F -7 x 41' THOMAS CARTER KENNETH CARTER JIM CARTER CHRISTY CARTER JACK CLINTON A , AQ R WY cam cc cumou R Nl N r""?ff5 LQ ,7 ,,,,,...y A, W f A W 4 ' 'If ' f 5 f- x X-Ar N3 5 4 4-rw nf Ai, ni . , I I Qi ...-WM. I 2 ,gc Q, 1, 1 'M ff ' I J , Lf., STEVE CRANFILL DONALD CRIDER TERRY CRIST PAT CRITTON VIRGINIA CROMWELL RICHARD CUMMINGS PATSY CUTLER J , , 1 , 3 4.1 ' ' J, f A 1 ff iv-v 17 6 3 f V BRUCE COVEY JOHN DEMURI ANTHONY D'ALCO .,,...,4f 5' 237 CHARLES COOK MARY ANN DeLUClO f"'-A 43, JEFF DAY RUSS DAVIS RILEY DAVIS gi I E HQ' fgw f , , N. if MARY CONNERS JOHN DEAN 25 , fm' -N wwf 5, if 3 5? fx! M bf 'wwf XV 2 v ak, tif-'TY I X , DONALD DICKINSON LEE DILLION DOUGLAS BOBBERTIN DONALD DOBMEIR sos ooss TERRY DUGGAN JIM DUNN 1' N PAMELA DeWITT RUDINA FINAMORE ur .mmss EASTMAN I I S N. 238 f, 9 WILLIAM DERRIG JAMES FERGUSON , F-- 3 I , f-ia? , I PATRICIA ELLIS ELLEN ELDER CONNIE EFAW :Q Yftv- f':" "1" f' 1 YK 'Y 8.11: Q- 'ff v Siu ROBERT DePAOLA DENNIS FEELEY ,L W 4-...I gm, LA in R. x , uv .f RT DSPAQIA WSF-IELEY I Q I1 . " M 1-,, I J Mp r' I L ,I li f W . ,gf Q ' gr, Wu.-w mf 1 V IMI" , ,:, ,lv E ij 5 I 9 A A f faux .55 nxpiifisa f ' , 's .f 1' I 1 I ww f VMI? X 922' .I al , I L Vw, I I f +C' I I .,-II wa' ' IJ., arf' T 52 JUDI FLEMING KATHLENE FITZGIBBONS CHRISTINE FLINCHBAUGH PATRICIA FLOYD MIKE GLEASON VIRGINIA FOILES I f IJ- J, A V I f iw .. I, f 2, "" V MIKE FORREST LYNDA FRANCIS LARRY FRAZIER BOB FREIBERG ,ft . GI. V HY FINKELSTEIN BRUCE GJERTSON I f- -- , " ,f .r 2, ' If X SANDY GEORGE STEVE GARINGER DON GARDNER .f ., ' . I 3' ' If gf' ,""l fl f' 3 7,,,,,. I " w ' I - sxiryjf w 239 Wwe TRXIZY' DIANE FINCH MIKE GIAFAGLIONE WL., I I I Y M I I "Ii, 'uf ' . ,, . I 1 if I1 In W, ,uw I I X 4 I 41' , I Inwhw QA rl., , -M 6+ , I in VMW- f D If X4 . x A. I Y .I s' M.. I ,ff , , f . ,I , I X WA .5 A W N 4. YY' J I 34, Z YK sr- ,fx i 1 ,A SUSAN GRAETZ BARBARA GRIMM MICHAEL GOODMAN MADELINE GOLDSHIMDT VICKY GOTHARD JUDY GRANT GEORGE GROTY LARRY GRISI-IABAR CHERYL GRIFFIS , I, ,L ,L ,.,. Y I I ' i, X I ROBERT GRANT 3 I ' 'A N I DOROTHY GRAY FRANCINE GREEN SUSAN GREEN A Q G-L -f' x"" i Q I 1 n Bnuce GRIFFIN if 6 new 1, LINDA GREY DENNIS GREER MIKE Gsm 7 I ,. j :H WZ V , I " A in ,II ff , V ' I- ' I if 5 In fat fy 'WN f I A f wr----V X ' QfgiJ- ,, I ' xx, 240 6 C I I Q, 4' rf, 3 ,I r- XVA ,SL A 8 IQ ' x xxx L sh- QL 4 MINE GOLDSHNMDI :Him calms f V x 1 1 ,gf J Z 9 V1 A w KK 'Z' N1 I X' V 2 mwy I Vex A W X JAMES GWYNNE RONALD HALL JUDI HANSCOM VERA HANSEN MARJORIE HARPER MICKAEL HARRIS BOB HARRITT ., A l mv , f 4 . ,jj 3 STEVEN GUTTMAN JUDY HICKOK SUZANNE HAWLEY w' ,QT Z9 241 FERREL GUIZLO BARBARA HERSCH fwfwff. W ff--f' F ff 4 DARLENE HENDERSHOT CONNIE HELMLE GERALD GRUBBS PAMELA HEYNEMAN K, , R K I. , .R X gf t' "L. 1 1 . 8 . QQ ig Z I JUDY HEARD , A' . X Li V ,,i' 3 J A , ,J , M59 5, liz- 5 I 'I I +A 5 J ' I ,xl I ,.,""Is I 31 ,g A I - ,XO - I I' RICHARD H1NsHAw rHoMAs HILL Leon mu. aevsmv Hncucocx f"'f,'9? BETH Houses SHARON ITHURRALDE JUDY IRWIN ,pr , IA' ., 'W .W If I x W j I H 'ds A . Q - ,..ff+fw,x-ff" at X' 4. L A ff f I I .-k,,. I I O , . , Q evra- if ' ,. .xg GARY HOLCOMB FREDERICK HOLMES STEVE HOLMES ROY HOPKINS WE vs qi...-R HAROLD HUBBARD QTT7 242 VICKI HULL ED HUGHES GEORGIA HUFFMAN I ALBERT HEIBER JON IRVIN , , J KI I .,. g f wp 9, if-vvlf XQYWYE-, ,,.., ..,,,,, Ha -If A. IN, I I IL' ' I f K2 , 3 I C I fix I I S wan f nf' ,yy fn f 0 ,J f f ,f 1 A 5 4 , n f fvfhi-.,,," -.' f, V ' 1 v ff' ' A 1 1 I Q f s nu 1 Q 465, f 'W wmwf an x 3 Q 'iid qv.. .. LW ,, if , . . ,..,., ., ' ,.,, f ., if-,J-V 1 VL! , 9- ,wg HV. . f4h54ff-'L,.'ef47.n ' fra A L51 1 ., 1 V3 - ., , , ,tj 4' , ,ff , 2 , 2 4 I A If , K 'I ' 7 1 'Nw ,P 'V f N fd-if ww i v . ,7!,.. I " " 'A' T Z ' .,b 3 I I I JANICE JENSEN GAYLE JAPHET DAVID KERSEY BRIAN KELLY LL K: 2 'ai in Y I P 243 Aan. CAROL JAMES JANICE KERRIGAN ,- PAUL KENNON BILL KENNON BUD KENNEDY if 15" 2 , iw , I I I 'E 4? V L 'I x RICHARD JACKSON JEFFERY KENNON hi 54543 , ., , I fm, , , , W , I 'SVN' 'F V,,, 6 g M X My f' vf A , X gg, f In M nf-mf X I LINDA KNOLL ' ROBBIN KOON ' riff VICHITRA KOVATANA buf' 7,9 ' fl N STAN KRAFT QTL' ,ffmk sf 'W 5 'Q-3 1 sauce LAMBERTUS ALAN LANGDON f A ' SHARON LASSEN - .,.,,,Y . X W 1 '49 KAREN KLEIST GAH- KINSEY PAT LINDSEY JOHN LINDLEY GARY LAWHON 'R' 244 X 4 N . A r Q 3 5 5 X Q ' .4 1 "V 'N Q... ,f -czzfi' 4 N K A JAMES KIME BARBARA LINAKER w I If ,' , VH-.,, fm W f , ., .W M XX Ag 1-if X. 1 M155 VME ILA IINAILER ri' ix xf"f 'aff L5 iv yfr I 4 9 'I 4 .1 J' :I I 1 I " Ti x f4' A , -..-1 ' .. , 1 cfm il my I 'x ' any ' YT' ,si , A74 vm' Q 'r 1, E vu-Q-jp ,- I xA DORTHY LOWERY MICHAEL LOWRY WILLIAM LYNES JOHN LYON BRENDA LYSTROM GREG MAGEDMAN JEAN MANN -5 ffgibi? AEN ww A X, ,,,., At . Q6-S 'LH ,nr ' 3 Wpuf , -, , Q ,. A 1 2 2 gs ann- ie STANLEY LOOPER SANDRA LINKOGLE WALT McEUEN BONNIE MCFACHERN .MXH , , . . WVWWW - - I,AIiEI Q ' ' 1 lzib GARY MASON nh,-n-A SUE MASER STEVE MARTIN DIANA MARTINEZ 245 f 1 f if f, 5 'If W .N 1 , 5.2" jf I JIM MILLER DAVE MILLER DONNA MILLER PAT MITANI TROY MOONEYHAM CAROL MORGAN JAMES MORGAN ax I I 5"-,W cARoLYN MICHAEL CRAIG NANKERVIS .0-sk - , fk 45 f If .,g,,.., qffxyszx ,I JUDY MORTON .Ayn 246 'Sf' SANDRA MERRJCK LORRAINE MEDEL SALLY MYLAR Ki- JOANNE MURRAY DORETTA MULARSKI CORDELL MUILENBURG if vw- Aww ju f i ,V -P W-rv' ,' MARION MURRAY 41'?f'f' Pub Zfww' ' """"'7"' f' N ff fa N NINE Menu AIION MURRAY Q5 'I Cf :A gl" nm ,. f"" II L I J 1 0 L I K I -1. MMM 'pw 1 , I I MARILYN NEAL ANN NEAL FRANKIE NELSON ww i f ARTHUR NELSON jf ,. rg-1-fvwff -'-"1--wf-77vv' , --., ,mgy ,4,,,v . fifty! DENNIS NELSON ' 5 5 FRANCES NICOLAI DIANE NOBLE DAVID NOBLE BILL O'BANNON L. I 2 , I ' 'S . J If ,, ? , I , , flgig 247 if 1 ' wi ' K 4 Q 1. ffL,,a .V A Mc.. ' auf W. 4.1-,QV f A I ff I5 V X , TERRY NAYLQR LYNNE NATLAND LINDA OTTO BARBARA OTTLEY '91 DELORIS OBORN Mk LINDA ORLOFF , ,. Q54 , Mjfwf fm' , T '15-,V , , ,f '43, V, ROGER OLDENBURGH ,,., , V ,I It- I I I t"M'T' S PATTERSON A PATTI PEARCE A PECK PEIFER PENNINGTON PERRINE I . , , N ,, 1 GWEN PARRY SHARON POWELL CAROLE PERRY 'QTY ISN- ?'x.,A X, RICHARD PARK AUSTIN POTTER I I I I SHARLENE POLAND KAREN PICKERING CHARLIE PETRILLA Ylxfz I ,' TE, Vs I 25-27 WALLACE PANCRATZ BILL POLEDOURIS f I fb 4 ,a ML 248 , in I , E xi vi, :s wmcwz aousnoums F . , SI 'WT' HC I ,. 59 V ! t' B Z' I , ,,,, , 5, an I I 5 KEN PYLE - LINDA RASMUSSEN MARCIA RAULSTON Wm,-. ,.,,,, DIANE REID , LINDA RENDANO ' JIM RENOLDS F BILLIE RIGGS I .M ,k,,,., ,.,,,,VM ,ff f-f.- f y,,,,...Mv,m THOMAS PROCTOR SANDRA RU PP if :QQ I 1 I . 4, X ygww, 'I M, . FW I RUSTY RISHEL , ,,.A 17 249 xi' ffm:-H aw Qi. , -III W N LEWIS PRICKETT BETTY PRATS SANDRA Rusm Roseau nowLANo fjkk 1 I- A D ww ,Q ,zwtfr ,791 ' fm H, Q s ,W M 5 f I , f 2 I PAMELA RowLAND ZW , fl A' ' ,r rfrl V 1 I nosER1A ROEMER A GERALDINE msmcen p QV' ff' I ul V 45 ' I I VVS I f .WN .I 7, X , f if AV, x'a'f,bj 1,1 FXS' I' A I K , 1 L4 if -M KX'x xp-L fs.. ., Ag X i JIM SCHERLER STEVEN SCHNABEL ROBERT SCHNEK RICHARD SCHOEN ROBERT SCHULTZ JANE SCHUMANN JOANNE SELLERS , L 5-ef .4--'QPK mm, ' vw- . I n xfk , , K 'I vu-5.4, if m f- X - 1 ,V I , 5- In ." I -I fx, I I X BOB SALAZAR EDWARD SMITH f ,Q f JAMES RYAN CHRIS SMITH , 4-ff 'W JUDY SIVADON MARY SILVA DUANE SHAW DONNA SHELBY UQ, mf.. ... Yi Q I si 250 1777 I RUSTY RUSSELL MIKE SKOGH I I f 4 4, f..,f , , 'W I I, ' i f ' fjflffv z ,wyjwf M -973,7 M X, I , 5, Q5 Azz . v, ,gf fvm, , . 'fu' X wx SEXY -ggi we iiggj 'K Y' Q A-fx X Q x 3 .1 :ix Y SI' N Q X . if vw W . XX.. X S ai S Ox IUSSELI KE :KOGH R fy 91 Avy 6 I :Q f 'rl .5 fl j ,f f 4 L. Z . . .,:, A X Sy bQ5Q,I 24m"TW Z f , Sw? 43' If if gulf N 3 If A ,,, M 4. 0 , gb x f"2VYo' ,,,..,f ROSEMARIE SMITH WINSTON SPARKS MAX STEEN JOSEPH STILLSON MICHAEL STIPEK BARBARA STOOK JOAN STUDDARD I - NV, wwf " Q MAUREEN SMITH STEVE SZALAY X I 2 , ff if K y CHERYL STOTTLE i f '22 Q, -, , - V' I Wy, , Aff- f I f T T . ' 'TRS 5 'wi six- ? ff' sf - IM, , Y in MARK SMITH KATHY SMITH SHARYN SWANWICK EUGENE SUMI KEN SUMI LYNNE STURTEVENT 7 , ,S4V, Zig? DOROTHY SWAN M9 wa 2 I 3 xi W f JKZV 1 Q H v F,a' ,f .., pdf? I-9-X QW, T'-QQ 1 is M 5 ' X f ' Wi , . ' f ,f , W 45 4 L N jf f m JUDITH THOMAS TONY THOMPSON LINDA TOBY MARILYN TOBEY RICHARD TONKS VIRGINIA TOTH KATHLEEN TOTH 5, fy 45 I 73 it - , X .f ' ,..,--, III, , I I RAY TECAU JAMES VILLASANA I MW Gif. W 9 f DAVE TOWNSEND 4-any 'Liv , Q ' 'nf TT' 'J 252 Q! Ty ' AI - ,UL C c , Y QC DIANE TATRO DEAN VAN NIMWEGEN 'Ns I- i ii! ' 1' If 'gg -ij, I X 4 JANICE VANDEVER DIRK VANDERLINDEN DON TRUE '::7 sf ' I .- ff M "."5?1QxI 4 fax . rf -fn' V O., ,yi JIM SZYMANSKI MICHAEL VAN HORN L, I QI 7 ff Q15 . 'fn' rt I Si :Q VI Y, WANSII vm HORN R41 if 'sff 'vi Q.. I'-12 7 E' . .pf I ,E I in... ,,a-M I vw-. hu.-A ,Mf- " I . '-Q f . Q-f'f '-Q, gs '.,.f', ,7 ' 381101 L. Mmm. .,,.,, 'I 1 I I WN" -'gf If 5 Q w wr ,.,. 1 i l 'Q 4 .AI 'f VQ - If , gl :" 1 Ji, W ,E V,s, ,, .N - ' V I :Nw M- . J . 15-Mr . ..f 54 Narf' LARRY WADSWORTH DIANE WADE LINDA WALKER MARSHA WALKER MORRIS WALKER MIKE WALLACE MARGIE WARDELL GLORIA WATTS 'SQ ,f BILL WHITLOW I I '.'.Z'f 91 Ifysi w Tx, 1 9 f Elf . 6 EDWARD WEIDERT Q 5 y "if 253 MARTHA VOGT JUDITH VINCENT LINDA WHEELAND SHIRLEY WHEDBEE 4..- I ,,,., 'Q ,,, KATHIE WESTMORELAND LYNN wenrzsoucuen 52? W' SHARON WENRICK '29 W. " AQ 1... W w f I "TUZ.f NICK WOODS LARRY WILSON WAYNE WITTEN SUE WORSHAM CAROLE WYNN LARRY YAGER MARGARET YOSHIDA CHERIE YOUNG -sn- Wbf W--gr JIM WILLIAMS TONI FOSTER RILEY DAVIS JACK CLINTON KARIN JOHNSON A It 1 if , . I A 4 MW-I , JR J 8- X f' f f Q rdf in A X . 5, y Wmson TACAU M W V if . ld 'Z' O 'N 32,135 C8 YOUR PR DE ,JM Www Wf 5 'fQ"'ff577Z'?WT'f2f'2,f V f 7,,.f,: L, ,N ,.,, L , , f 'YUM ,wwf , , , BE 'gg 1 I I IM sENloR'S 1 DIANE JONES wwf LOOKS ., . xx fl:-A MORRIS WALKER Tggjf, PERSONHUW ALAN LANGDON 2 56 fp' , xx f i I , WS BEST BRAINS PERSOPALITY Www 1 ,M I SUSAN GR 25 7 g STEVE MARTIN TYPIFYING THE CLA TALENT TTA -V .ts 5 I.-A T if ef TOM CAR MOST LIKELY TOS U1 x, f X 1 WE CLASS OF 1963 UE HAWLEY 1 ,Sw LIKELY TO SUCCEED 1 ? A X W: 4 uvgwnw , 5, g M Ng " fv , 5.3 ., E, ex fm -fr , , 5 ATHLETIC CARTER CONDON J if i W ' J B1 Senior Princess, Diane Jones, receives a helping hand from Jim Dunn, Senior Class President. Pat Hamari and Rafael Caunedo are introduced to the student body by Bill Poledouris, Garden Grove foreign exchange student, at a pep assembly, 3 , X,,,,.,,, , , N , Sync . ,Z . ,I , 1 ' i i , ig P' 3' , in i Y ir' Z, i , .,,. X gy lm hiedouvis, i I Philip Lombard discovers lhe death of one of his fellow associales, Emily Brent. Tom Carler displays the enthusiasm of lhe Senior Class under the direction of lhe nolorious Green Ghoul. Afler a merry song and dance, the song leaders smile and leave the field. i 'i.. is-, , Q r 2- 52 1' 1 . ,.. QCP' . , 1 If X 6 Mmm-4 QW Sy -WW! 4? f .-4' 'Q Q- 1 ,, fn' ' fx 1 f 4 Y 5 X 'rv ,Q 5 Cali' 2 'Wi' . 4556 9 elf? if-6 ' fyry, I 2 1,4 M 6-:ui ,Q 1.1 M ,G 1. fr -x -sf' X Kay Grobee and Judy Montgomery invite Frank Bulliet into their "dream house" in the Con- sumer City Nursery. Sandee Rubin and Pam Rowland approve of Bill Whitlow and Wally Ponkratz's choice of record in the Consumer City Record Department. .Qs sw t l Us M it s t 'Ha vo I 4 A Jacqueline Baer tries out hair spray in the Consumer City Cosmetic Department on Jana Shroeder's hair as she looks on approvingly. CONSUMER CITY 2025 West First Street, Santo Ana Klmberly 7-6431 A Complete Discount Center Carolyn Carter and Karen Rosenfield are shown one of the many handbags in the Consumer City Ladies Accessories Department. ., J 'L ' ali t ,QT is iw? nfs , , ,s is "sf I V4 g I x 1 Y 264 li .Sl ' .3 'I H 1 l 1 l A l J l .V Diane Carlin lane Collmm l29ll E 9451 fun All Typ Presentc the above 25W disc 51.50 or n WP," yell: mule their n Bit 4 I it F it , ' 1 l i FWJ :XXL 5 I s E n R ll L X' l ' l ll: "m 1 X lm rl K1 x " 1.x . 'X '.- I, 'fi it 'A .X - 2 Consumer Ciry air as she lacks shown one dl ll! Ladies Accessenes ll . ,A i L i , fl "iv Ulf Qllli' til fl ,,,-,- -,AW YQI- ----,J ..,, Mn Y .. 1 Y I 4- X r X my kxsx V 5 ' xx I 23 3 H-iii W , E? .giii-in his l S, gfffl .r A 2-aefisiibl i Diane Cochran has difficulty in deciding on a dress as Jane Coffman shows her first choice. LENARD'S CHIC SHOP 12911 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-2962 J.J.R. RUBBER STAMPS 9452 Canton Ave., Anaheim 776-0428 All Types of Rubber Stamps for Business or Personal Use. Presentation of this yearbook advertisement at the above advertised patron will entitle you to a 251: discount on one rubber stamp order of 51.50 or more. "Help," yells Hy Finkelstein as Brad Beitel and Jim Bailey make their marks. bv' 265 Jim Eady stops to rest while his helper, Jeff Day, does the dirty work. HASTY'S SALES 8. SERVICE 10371 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-5700 EDDIE HOPPER CHEVROLET Number 1 Volume Dealer Number 1 in After Sales Service 12511 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 4-2700 Carmelln Seitz and Jerry Lundeen dream in a Corvair convertible at Eddie Hopper. 1 'war-" Joan Rice selects a pair of shoes with the aid of friends, Kim Elsten, Randi Mugill, and Kathy Donahue. DOWNSWORTH SHOES 9921 Chapman LEhigh 9-4020 EDO'S FAMILY RESTAURANT 12532 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-0594 "I want that," says Lynne Wayne to her date, Lew Prickett. Edo's features fine family style dinners. 66 Linda Porter approves of the courteous and fast service she received at Jackson's. JACKSON'S CLEANERS 12072 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-3692 ELAM'S FOR MEN 9725 Chapman LEhigh 9-8558 Eldon King supervises as Tom Carter tries on a suit at EIam's. rq, ,Li ' L 'J 1" ll 'ii I M lmry lelne huniing lvip. 9564 Gu 9776 Gui TWV Moom iennis shoes yu h ill!! u Tim .ns "L-.4 Alia! Ryu w if f tel li I 1 . ' 1 i , :nd fast senize S ierson 7-3692 .Ehigh 9-8558 1 Q wi! al EIum's. 'I --4. ,,.- 4. - I Larry Lefner and Dwayne Shaw choose equipment for a hunting trip. EVAN'S SPORTING GOODS 9564 Garden Grove. Blvd. JEfferson 7-7840 LE KlNG'S SHOES 9776 Garden Grove Blvd. .lEfferson 7-0247 Troy Mooneyham looks thoughtful as he tries on a pair of tennis shoes at Le King's. 267 Theresa Zace approves of Mclrlita BoyIe's choice of dress for the Co-Ed. OSHlA'S TEEN SHOP 9711 Chapman Ave. LEhigh 9-4464 SEWING BASKET 9783 Chapman LEhigh 9-8600 Songleaders Lynne Vaughn and Margaret Yo- shida find interesting material at the Sewing Basket. CI? -ff Jerry Cade and Ron Hull admire the mer- chandise cnt Carat's. CARAT ORIGINALS Strictly Ivy and Continental 9707 Chapman Ave. LEhigh 9-8177 DELTA CLEANERS 12096 Brookhurst LEhigh 9-0701 Steve Bridenboll and Pam Freisen admire the good work done by Delta CIeaner's. .vo I S dswcrtli clasps a S554 150 1 the art section, 1 5,55 and school f W A oil? 0 -. fe c'- L N Karla Klingaman tries out one of the many bicycles at Rusmussen's. She seems to like this one the best. RASMUSSEN'S FIRESTONE 12811 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-2377 GARDEN GROVE LUMBER AND CEMENT COMPANY Congratulations Class of 1963 Louis Lake, Manager "Class of 1928" The Green Ghoul has found o new way of getting rid of unwanted members at Garden Gro L b d C t Q! , Zywrx A 'ff -.X 'lf' . , f , 4 15.5 , Beverly Pamer and Karen Kleist get gift ideas for friends at Garden Grove Stationers. Janice Kerrigan is well satisfied with the cleaning iob done at Top's Quality Cleaners. TOP'S QUALITY CLEANERS 12107 S. Brookhurst LEhigh 9-5352 DANIGER BROTHERS Distinctive Furniture 9866 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-0288 Relaxing on elegant furniture are Gayle Japhet and Judy Anderson as Barbara Ottley prefers a table. 4 GARDEN GROVE STATIONERS 12915 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-1627 MYRENE'S LADIES APPAREL 9904 Garden Grove. Blvd. JEfferson 7-9191 ln Garden Square Judy D'Amico and Susan Chapman seem well pleased with their new clothes at Myrene's. F Q . 'Q 5-4 f X ii . ZW lviu Huli roudeous 120125 17975 I Fuuell M1 and Vim 1 K lf. 55.51 ff! It '1 ideas for higndi 10NERS rson 4-1627 PARE1. 1E11erson 7-9191 5 2- ue11 p1eased wi111 BILL RASH 1 , L f , 1 04,0 Lulu Huffman and Virginia Jones are pleased with the courteous service they received at Bill Rosh Chevron. BILL RASH CHEVRON 12012 S. Brookhurst LEhigh 9-5707 MARTlN'S INC., CLOTHIERS 12975 Euclid Avenue JEfferson 4-1410 Farrell Maharf Rory Manley, Steve Bridenball, David Crouch and Vern Alred receive sales talk from Donelle Bush. Fashion fabrics are high style garments as shown by flag twirlers, Patti Bell, Pat Lindsey Valerie Linkogle, and Janice Kerrigan. MAC'S ARCADE YARDAGE 11026 Garden Grove. Blvd. .lEfferson 4-3123 New and Used Sewing Machines Rents 8.-Repairs Fine Fashion Fabrics 81 Notions GARDEN GROVE FLORISTS 10751 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-7760 Helen C. McArdle Same Location Since 1952 Pam Mennealy and Rick Hinshaw choose a lovely white orchid corsage at Garden Grove Florists. .f M: Q X n J IA. 11.-H MA 1 , . 155 ,Q 'lf ,, Z? 'tiff A Keren Case stands back lU65 Gu THE l 1524 W. Fearuw to go In u new Dodge converhble Home can Unlovchuhlu b, 1 i ix N , :te the good work RS h 9-3901 GE Eilersan 7-8660 Jim Klme seem reall . Karen Casey demonstrates her skill at baseball as Dana Rees stands back in case she misses. GROVE SPORTING GOODS 1065 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-9489 THE UNTOUCHABLES IN HAIR FASHION 1524 W. Chapman, Orange KEIIogg 2-2763 Featuring Fashion Wigs in Custom Colors Bobbie Carter relaxes while her hair is styled by The Untouchables. Carole PBHY and Chris Carothers look over insurance policies offered by Mr. Durunte. PAUL MUENCH CO. Insurance in Orange County since 1924 KEllogg 8-3501 80 Plaza Sq., Orange RENDANO'S MEN'S WEAR 12119 Brookhurst 539-4224 Jim Isham, Bill Poledouris, and Alan Langdon select a shirt from the wide selection at Ren- dano's. Jim Dunn and Virginia Clark admire handsome men's watch. Jewelry for every occasion can be found at Johnson's. .lOHNSON'S JEWELERS 12952 Euclid Avenue JEfferson 4-'I828 DR.'S KAHN 8. LESTER 9703 Chapman LEhigh 9-7771 Terri Stoddard and Diane lgnatious find it hard to choose from the wide selection of frames offered at Dr.'s Kahn and Lester. Frank Bulliet helps Steve Szalay pick oul a sweater at Rags. RAGS FOR MEN 9766 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-7878 In Garden Square BEAUTY BY BETTIE 9860 Chapman Ave. LEhigh 9-55l'l Bettie of Beautie by Bettie puts the finishing touches on Judy Wasserman's new hair style. 15 , fx ,K i A! up J W ll Bib Wuvsie ww wiiii the Gi 12941 En 9755 Chr lil Whilio luwsonk, lip'- .ii li Qi i Al lu , i :- . in M 4 3 plci out a vcl. Q11 9-5511 'lie iinishlng 1 hair Sllli' al Bob Wurster seems to be losing his head over an electric saw with the aid of Rick Tonks. GARDEN GROVE HARDWARE CO. 12941 Euclid Avenue JEfferson 4-1856 LAWSON'S JEWELERS 9785 Chapman LEhi9l" 9-7791 Bill Whitlow watches as Susan Buhrig tries on rings at Lawson's. 275 Sue Moser and Donelle Bush test one of the many perfumes at 0gden's. OGDEN'S PHARMACY 12955 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-3456 GARDEN GROVE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 10576 Garden Grove. Blvd. JEfferson 7-8590 Presentation of this yearbook adver- tisement at the above advertised patron will entitle you to a 101 discount on any merchandise. Which one will it be? Sue Clark has a big decision to make among the many typewriters at Garden Grove Typewriter Exchange. mm WE 5 Q 1 E i ' 3 . Vg? J 3- MR. K 9835 Chapman Ave. LE. 9-5312 Lynda Frances and Ellen Elder Iry on lovely creations from Mr. K. Q 1 ,QA-geff?r'V" -.- -,ug -. ., R . . . :sr , d-"1 LJ' ff! x. M3 , - 'f.,13ii'i'Q'r. , Ag ,-. ,fg,g51.Qgg -f . ES.-a.a "ff"-TTS-'-if Lovely Garden Grove ro-eds, Gail Mclntosh and Judy Vllmer model evening apparel from Kandi Kanes. 9751 Chapman Ave. LE 9 5215 I l 276 X, Aw 1 , u I Y-My jgdy Viimer, LE 9.5215 ...M .,,, .lk-A -N X ATTENTIGH M4111 um was F02 ui Semopg Sue Hawley and Bill Poledouris look at pictures of their fellow classmates in the window of Roberts ROBERT'S STUDIO 407 North Main St. FIRST WESTERN BANK and TRUST COMPANY 'I2796 Euclid Avenue JEfferson 4-3'I2'I Santa Ana Sharon Lassen and Lynne Natland are ready to make a get-away as Trudi Powers demonstrates her skills at safe cracking at the First Western Bank. ,I I Midge Conners is proud of the work done aI Imperial Cleaners. IMPERIAL CLEANERS 'I2864 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-2812 I2776 EDDINBILL AUTO PARTS 8196 East Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-8306 WW Iuxrleupg I Inuumndl I Keith Dumm and Jerry Just Iune up Iheir motor af Eddinbill Auto Parts. 'i I I u II fd Ig jx I 23, V, in .fn V4 if I If SAY AH! BOB'S AUTOMOTIVE 12776 Nulwood JEfferson 7-0076 WHEELER'S MARKET 12791 Euclid Ave. JEfferson 4-1988 Ruslle up some muscle with Frances Meyers, Barbara Lu- Rocca, and Charlene Trapp. l ,,.e l I -1 2 .ff .ff i J Z Susan Buhrig models lovely bridal gown. Cheri Arnie fealures bridal gowns and accessories. CHERI AMIE BRIDAL CENTER 12681 Euclid Ave. .lEfferson 7-1689 'N ris ine Flinchbaugh and Leslie Johnson fry ou! Ch I ihe new Ford shown lhem at Smith Ford. SMITH FORD COMPANY is 1280-I Brookhursf Garden Grove Mike Lomas and Connie Bullerfield lry lo choose among lhe many flowers al Cenlury Flowers. .lEfferson 4-3254 CENTURY FLOWERS 10741 Garden Grove Blvd. JEfferson 7-4741 RUDY KAUL 11971 Brookhursl Garden Grove Lshigh 9-2619 Tom Neuman, Terry Allen, and Doug Jensen like lhe friendly service Yhey gel al Rudy Kaul's. APN. 'sf- Vtrf 'V,Al e 952' fe f f 4 ,, N frflf ILE -cl Argonaul slaff member, Cormella Sellz O Sx :li N ,. Q. l I. In F I Q gf l 'x .5 i 3 1 A 7 'o choose among Ile 3 Blvd. xrden Grove :men iile its lriendly gifs ,, SENIQR INDEX ABOTT, RANDY . . . 233 ADAMS, MICHAEL . . . 233 ADLER, STEPHEN . . . 233 Art Club 3. ALBERSON, IRA . . . 233 Student Council 3, Student Commissioner 2-3, Swim- ming 1-3, Water Polo 1-3. ALLEN, BOB . . .233 ALLEN, JERROLD . . . 53, 110, 233 Spanish Club 3, Scholarship 3-4, Concert Choir 3-4. A'LUREDE, GREGORY ANDERSON, JUDITH . . . 50, 233 Speech Team 1, Latin Club 1, Drama Club 4, Student Council 2. ANDERSON, LAURENE . . . 56, 54, 233 ToKalons 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, G.A.A. 1, Drama 2. ANDRES, ROGER . . . 61, 233 Golf Team 1-4, Varsity 4. ARMER, BETTY ARNOLD, CARY . . . 233 ARNOLD, JAMES . . . 233 Student Council 3. ATKINS, PAUL . . .61, 63, 233 Stage Crew 3-4, Civil Defense 4, Varsity Club 3-4, Varsity Baseball Manager 4. ATKINS, VIRGINIA . . . 56, 233 Homemaking Club 4. BABBEL, JOHN . . . 233 BAILEY, JIM . . . 66, 76, 233 Baseball 1,3, Football 2-3, Journalism 2-4, Argonaut Club 4. BALLARD, LINDA . . . 234 BARBEE, DORINDA . . . 38, 234 Student Council 4, Jason's Jesters 3, Commissioner 2. BARBER, LYNNE . . . 234 G.A.A. 1. BARRY, NANCY . . . 93, 234 Drill Team 3-4, Student Council 2, Big, Little Sister 1-3. BAUMGARDNER, BONNIE . . . 234 BEATON, RANDAL . . . 234 BEITEL, BRAD . . . 34, 59, 61 , 234 Cabinet Member 3-4, Varsity Club 3-4, Key Club 4, Student Council 3-4, Tennis Team 3-4. BEITELSPACHER, RONALD . . . 234 Football 3-4, Speech 81 Debate 3-47 Wrestling 3-4. Y,f,,,,, , ,, ,..?-,, P., . . ... WMV., six I BELCHER, CASSANDRA . . . 68, 234 Latin Club 2-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Treasurer of G.A.A. 4. BELL, BOB "C" Basketball 1, "B" Basketball 2. BELL, RIDLEY . . . 234 Cross Country 2, Track 2. BELOTE, SALLY . . . 37, 41 , 57, 234 G.A.A. I, Diakonae 3, Table Setting Contest 3, Drill Team 2-3, Library Science 4. BESS, LLOYSEN . . . 234 BEZLAJ, GREG . . . 59, 148, 234 Key Club 4, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Varsity Baseball 3,4, Argo-of-the-Year. "C" Basketball 1, captain Varsity Basketball 4. ' BINDLEY, TOM. . . 234 Water Polo 3. BLUE, JIM. . .234 Slide Rule Club 1, Bowling Club 3. BLUHM, RICHARD . . . 36, 58, 59, 60, 65, 110, 230, 235 Commissioner 2,3,4, Key Club 3,4, Golden Fleece 3,4, Board of Control Chairman 4, Concert Choir 3,4. BONHAM, DENNIS . . .235 Spanish Play 3. BORIS, NIKI . . . 50, 235 Drama Club 4, Jason's Jesters 4, Concert Choir 3, Junior Play 3. BOSTICK, TOM . . . 62, 234 Argo Alchemists 1,2,3,4, Math Club 3, Scholar-of-the- Quarter 3. BRACY, PATRICIA . . . 43, 50, 56, 235 Tokalons 1,2,3,4, Inter-Club Council 2,3,4, Thespians 4. BREW, ROBERT . . . 235 BRIGGETTE, DONNA. . . 235 BROWN, NORMA BROWN, SHERILYN . . . 235 Homemaking Club 3, Spanish Club 3. BRYANT, LADY . . . 37, 41, 236 Girls' League 4, Dress Representative 1-2, Commis- sioner 4. BUCK, LINDA. . . 235 BUZER . . . 56, 235 Homemaking Club 3-4, Bowling Club 3-4. CADWELL, JEFF. . . 58, 59, 222, 223, 235 Freshman Class President 1, Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent 4, Baseball 2-4, Key Club 2-4. CALDWELL, LYNN . . . 37, 93, 235 Commissioner 4, Drill Team 3-4, Speech 8- Debate 3. SENIOR INDEX I CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA. . .235 Class Secretary 25 Student Council 1. CARLSON, WILLIAM. . . 235 Student Council 15 Color Day 1-3. CAROTHERS, CHRISTINE. . . 48, 60, 235 Golden Fleece 45 Scholarship Club 3,45 Diakonoe Club 45 Quill 8. Scroll 4. CARTER, BARBARA . . . 50, 65, 110, 235 Jason's Jesters 3,45 Concert Choir 2-45 Drama Club 3, 45 Student Council 2,3. CARTER, CHRISTY. . . 110, 236 Dress Representative 15 Junior Play 35 Concert Choir 3,45 Student Council 1-35 Youth Day 3. CARTER, JIM . . . 133, 236 Varsity Football 2-45 Junior Varsity Football 15 Varsity Track 1-45 Varsity Club 3-4. CARTER, KENNETH . . . 236 CARTER, THOMAS . . . 33, 53, 59, 60, 142, 236, 258 Student Body Vice-President 45 Scholar-of-the-Year 15 Varsity Club 2-45 Key Club 45 Golden Fleece 4. CAUDRON, LINDA CAUNEDO, RAFAEL. . .49, 156, 228, 236 Model Legislature 45 Swimming 45 A.F.S. Club 45 Foreign Exchange Student 4. CAVE, BARBARA . . . 236 G.A.A. 1,25 Color Day 1-3. CHARLAND, RICHARD CHILD, JACK . . . 236 Civil Defense 35 Commissioner 3,45 Senior Class Play 45 Honor Society. CHIMENTI, JOHN . . . 61, 132, 133, 236 Football 1-45 Wrestling 2-45 Baseball 15 Varsity Club 3,4. CHISHOLM, KATHY. . . 236 CLARK, LINDA . . . 68, 236 Jotter's Club 4. CLARK, SUSAN . . . 37, 40, 43, 60, 65, 68, 236 Diakonoe 2-45 Drama Club 3-45 Drill Team 25 Letter- girls 3-45 G.A.A. Cabinet. CLARK, VIRGINIA . . . 48, 66, 75, 77, 223, 236 Class Secretary 3,45 Drill Team 25 Argolog Member 3,4, Argonaut Editor 45 Quill 81 Scroll President 4. CLEM, TOM CLIME, NANCY . . . 236 CLINTON, JACK. . . 236 CONDON, CARTER. . . 60, 68, 181, 236, 259 Golden Fleece 45 Scholarship Club 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 3,4. CONNELLY, SHERRY . . . 236 CONNERS, MARY . . . 99, 237 Maiorette 2-4. COOK, CHARLES . . . 237 COOPER, JUDITH . . . 254 COVEY, BRUCE . . . 237 CRANFILL, STEVE . . . 237 CRIDER, DON . . . 237 Wrestling 2-45 Varsity Club 3,4. CRIST, TERRY . . . 237 Bowling Club 2,3 CRITTON, PAT . .. 237 CROMWELL, VIRGINIA . . . 237 Commissioner 35 Latin Club 2,35 Diakonoe 3. CUMMINGS, RICHARD . . . 237 Slide Rule Club 15 Drum 8. Bugle Corps 1-35 Band 1- 35 Stage Crew 3. CUTLER, PATSY . . . 237 D'ALCO, ANTHONY . . . 37, 237 Commissioner 4. DAVIS, JAMES DAVIS, RILEY . . . 254 Art Club 2. DAVIS, RUSS . . . 111, 237 Boys' Chorus 45 Key Club 35 Varsity Football 35 French Club 3. DAY, JEFF. . . 37, 60, 110, 237 Concert Choir 3,45 Golden Fleece 45 Commissioner 4. DEAN, JOHN . . . 237 Water Polo 1-3. DeLUCIO, MARY ANN . . . 237 DeMURI, JOHN . . . 50, 51, 60, 106, 237 Speech 8. Debate 3,45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Band 1,25 Drama 2-4. DePAOLA, ROBERT . . . 37, 238 Commissioner 4. DERRIG, WILLIAM . . . 50, 53, 59, 60, 61, 90, 142, 143, 156, 238 Artie Argonaut 45 Varsity Club 2-45 Golden Fleece 3, 45 Scholar-of-the-Quarter 1,35 Scholarship Club 2-4. DeWITTE, PAMELA GAYE . . . 37, 52, 53, 238 Latin Club 1-45 Future Teachers Club 3,45 Inter-Club Council 35 Scholar-of-the-Quarter 35 Assistant Business Manager 4. DICKSON, DONALD E .... 238 DOBMEIR, DONALD . . . 238 German Club 3. x fc X ,noe 3, WPS I-3, Band lr Foolbuil 3, French L: Commissioner 4. 37 3: Senior PIGY 'Ii 3 L: Golden Fleew r oinrsi1iP Club 'Ii' ' 38 ii is 4, l"Ie""'b ,iiisiitani Wes' SENIOR rNDEx DILLON, LEE . . . 238 DOBERTON, DOUGLAS . . . 63, 238 Stage Crew 3. DOSS, BOB. . . 238 DOUGHTERY, JACQUE G.A.A. 2. DUGGAN, TERRY. . . 61 , 238 Student Council 1,2, Varsity Club 2-4. DUNN, JIM . . . 36, 38, 39, 58, 59, 238, 255 Senior Class President 4, Board of Control 4, Student Council 4, Key Club 4. EASTMAN, JAMES . . . 39, 59, 106, 238 Key Club 2-4, Band 1,2, Senior Play 4, Student Council 4. EFAW, CONNIE . . . 68, 238 Jotters Club 4, Program Chairman 4. I ELDER, ELLEN . . . 37, 60, 93, 238 Drill Team 4, Junior and Senior Plays 3,4, Scholarship Club 3,4, Golden Fleece 4, Commissioner 4. ELLIS, PATRICIA . . . 238 Tri-Hi-Y 3. FEELEY, DENNIS . . . 34, 238 Water Polo 1-3, Swimming 1-3, Business Manager 3. FLEMING, JUDY . . . 239 FERGUSON, JAMES . . . 238 FINAMORE, RUDINA . . . 69, 93, 238 Girls' Chorus 1, Drill Team 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Future Teach- ers 4, Latin Club 4. FINCH, DIANE. . . 239 FINKELSTEIN, HY . . . 37, 53, 59, 239 Key Club 3,4, Commissioner 2-4, Scholarship Club 4, Water Polo 1-3, Swimming 1-3. FLANIGAN, RICK FITZGIBBONS, KATHELENE . . . 239 FLINCHBAUGH, CHRISTI . . . 37, 74, 106, 108, 115, 239 Girl of the Month 4, Argonaut Staff 4, Commissioner 4, Senior Play 4, A Cappella 2-4. FLOYD, PATRICIA . . . 40, 41, 43, 60, 109, 239 Girls' League President 4, Golden Fleece 3,4, Junior Play 3, Buffum's Young Carreerist Finalist 4, Foreign Exchange Student Finalist 3. FOILES, VIRGINIA. . . 239 FOREST, MIKE . . . 58, 59, 61 , 142, 156, 239 Key Club 3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, All-American Swim Team 2-4, All-American Water Polo Team 2-4. ' fx FOSTER, TONI . . . 254 G.A.A. 1, Talent Show 2, Commissioner 1,2. FRANCIS, LYNDA . . .93, 239 Girl-of-the-Month 3, Drill Team 3,4, Dress Represent- ative 3, Fashion Show 3, Color Day 3. FRAZIER, LARRY . . . 239 FREiBERG, Bos . . . 77, 148, 239 Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Argolog Staff 4. GARDNER, DON. . . 55, 94, 239 Bowling Club 3,4, Swimming 1,2, Water Polo 1-3, Varsity Club 4, Band 1-4. GARINGER, STEVE . . . 179, 239 Football 1,2, Tennis 2-4. GEERS, MICHAEL . . . 240 GOTHARD, VICKY . . . 55, 240 Bowling Club 1-4. GIAFAGLIONE, MIKE . . . 61, 142, 239 Class Vice-President 2, Water Polo 1-4, Key Club 3, Varsity Club 3,4, Board of Control 3. GJERTSON, BRUCE . . . 133, 239 Wrestling 1-4, Football 1-4. GUIZLO, FERREL . . . 50, 241 Color Day 1, Drama Club 4, Speech 8- Debate 1-3 Junior Play 3. GLEASON, MIKE. . . 239 GOLDSCHMIDT, MADELINE . . . 111, 240 Girls' Chorus 4. GOODMAN, MICHAEL . . . 240 GRIMM, BARBARA . . . 240 GRAETZ, SUSAN HART . . . 53, 240 Spanish Club 2, Scholarship Club 2-4, Scholar-of-the- Quarter 2-4, Scholar-of-the-Year 3. GRANT, JUDY . . . 240 GRANT, ROBERT . . . 240 GRAY, DOROTHY . . . 240 GREEN, FRANCINE . . . 240 GREEN, SUSAN . . . 240 GREER, DENNIS . . . 240 GREY, LINDA . . . 37, 68, 93, 240 Speech 8- Debate 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Drill Team 3,4 Jotter's Club 4, Commissioner 4. GRIFFIN, BRUCE . . . 55, 240 Bowling Club 3,4. GRIFFIS, CHERYL . . . 56,240 Homemaking Club 3,4. I SENIOR INDEX I I GRISHABER, LARRY . . . 57, 61, 63, 240 Varsity Club 1-4, Latin Club 3, Sliderule Club 2, Stage Crew 3,4, Civil Defense 4. GROTY, GEORGE . . . 240 GRUBBS, GEROLD . . .241 Wrestling 2, Diving 4. GUTTMAN, STEVEN . . . 241 Football 2,3. GWYNNE, JAMES . . . 241 HALL, RON . . . 53, 59, 60, 61, 62, 241 Varsity Water Polo 3,4, Varsity Swimming 3,4, Schol- ar-of-the-Quarter 3, Key Club 4, Golden Fleece 3,4, Scholarship Club 3,4. HANSCOM, JUDI HANSEN, VERA. . . 241 HARPER, MARJORIE . . . 68, 222, 224, 241 Dress Representative 1-4, Class Treasurer 3, Jotter's Club 3,4, Student Council 1. HARRIS, MICHAEL . . . 163, 241 Debate 1, Water Polo 1,2, Wrestling 4, German Club 3. HARRIT, BOB . . . 58, 59, 61, 130, 133, 241 Football 1-4, Basketball 1, Golf 1-4, Key Club 4, Varsity Club 2-3. HAWLEY, SUZANNE E .... 33, 38, 60, 76, 226, 241 Argolog Editor 3-4, A.S.B. Sec. 4, Girls' League Pub- licity 3, Class Yell Leader 2, Golden Fleece Member 4. HEARD, JUDY. . . 110 Commissioner 4, Concert Choir 3-4. HEIBER, ALBRET . . . 49, 62, 242 German Club 4, A.F.S. 4, Speech 8. Debate 4. HELMLE, CONNIE . . . 241 HENDERSHOT, DARLENE . . . 68, 109, 241 G.A.A. 1, A Cappella Choir 4. HERSCH, BARBARA . . . 241 HEYNEMAN, PAMELA . . . 241 Prompter Senior Play 4. HICKMAN, DALE HICKOK, JUDY. . . 37, 241 Commissioner 4. HILL, LEON . . . 61, 242 Varsity Club 3-4, Science Club 2. HILL, THOMAS . . . 242 HINSHAW, RICHARD. . . 39, 61, 130, 133, 242 Football 2-3, Wrestling 2, Student Council 4, Varsity Club 3-4. HITCHCOCK, BEVERLY. . . 242 HODGES, BETH . . . 242 HOLCOMB, GARY. . .61, 130, 131, 242 Football 1-4 HOLMES, FRED . . . 63, 242 Stage Crew 2-4. HOLMES, STEVE . . . 61, 167, 242 Annual Design 3, Golf Team 3-4, Varsity Club 3-4. HOPKINS, ROY. . .49, 53, 242 A.F.S. 4, Astronomy 4, Argo Alchemists 4, Scholar- ship 4, Radio Club 3-4. HUBBARD, HAROLD . . . 154, 242 Track 3-4. HUFFMAN, GEORGIA . . . 242 G.A.A. 1. HUGHES, ED. . .242 HULL, VICKIE . . . 92, 242 Drill Team 2-4, Diakonoe 3. IRVIN, JON . . . 242 IRWIN, JUDY. . . 242 ISHAM, JIM.. . 57, 61 , 130, 132, 224 Football 3-4, Basketball 3, Class Yell Leader 3-4, Varsity Club 4. ITHURRALDE, SHARON . . . 50, 242 Youth Day 3-4, Junior Play 3, Girl-of-Month 2, Future Teachers 2, Drama Club 3-4. JACKSON, RICHARD. . .61, 243 Varsity Club 2-4, Astronomy Club 4, Varsity Baseball 2-4. JAPHET, GAYLE . . . 243 Flag Twirler 2, Treasurer 1, Secretary 2. JENSEN, HENRI . . .43, 130, 131, 137, 243 Football 2-3, Orange County Back-of-the-Year 4, Member Inter-Club Council Varsity Club Pres. 4, Third Team C.l.F. 4. JENSEN, JANICE . . . 243 JETT, RANDALL National Honor Society 4. JOHNSON, BILL . . . 243 Varsity Golf 1-4, Scholar of Quarter 2. JOHNSON, KAREN . . . 224, 254 President Homemaking Club 2, Girls' League Dress Rep. 4. JOHNSON, PAUL. . . 243 Water Polo 1-3, Swimming 1-3, Student Council 1. JONES, DIANE . . . 37, 50, 86, 95, 243, 256 Song Leader 3, Yell Leader 4, Homecoming Princess 4, Drama Club 3-4, Class Best Looks 2. ff-ff. .-.. ,... e -. . fs JONES, Tent KAFPIE Dress the-ll KELCHI Studi Klllltl Dram KENNEI Germ KENN0l lulin KENN0l Wnle KENYOI KERRIGI 98,21 Drill I leslei KEISEY, Iusin Quur KIME, li Vursii Stude, KINSEY, latin lllusi KlElSI,l lalin I maui Medic, KOONJ KOVIIA Ululm KlAFI,S ltwlli IIMIERW lllltng Studi, IIUQIU IISSENV Home lIWHO Intel LAWTO .X- SX 1 L lifslv all 3-4, emisls 45 gcholarl Yell Leader 3-4, if-Manlli 2, Fulure g Varsity Baseball fl. .243 Y 4 g.f.,hg-ear Q gill Pies. 45 Till .y 2. , ess Hrls league lll idenl Will l' , 255 . iecomlf19 lllllws l 11-f --W I I SENIOR INDEX JONES, JAHN . . . 65, 243 Tennis team 1-2, Jason's Jesters 4, German Club 3. KAPPLER, LYNNE . . . 43, 65, 68, 243 Dress Representative 1, Student Council 1-2, Girl-of- the-Month 3, Jotters' Club 3-4, Inter-Club Council 4. KELCH, JOESEPH . . . 111 Student Council 1-2, Latin Club 1-2. KELLY, BRIAN . . . 243 Drama Club 2. KENNEDY, BUD . . .62, 243 German Club 3-4, Latin Club 3, Math Club 3. KENNON, BILL. . . 61, 243 . Latin Club 3, Varsity Football 3, Varsity Club 3-4. KENNON, PAUL . . . 243 Water Polo 3, Diving team 2. KENYON, JEFFREY . . . 243 KERRIGAN, JANICE . . . 37, 47, 49, 50, 52, 55, 65, 68, 98, 243 Drill Team 2, Junior Play 3, Talent shows 1,3, Jason's Jesters 2, G.A.A. Cabinet 1. KERSEY, DAVID . . . 34, 43, 52, 53, 59, 60, 243 Business Manager 4, Golden Fleece 3-4, Scholar of Quarter 3-4, Scholarship Club 3-4, Key Club 3-4. KIME, JAMES . . . 61, 244 Varsity Football 3, Varsity Club 3-4, Color Day 1-2,4, Student Council 1, Latin Club 1-2. KINSEY, GAIL . . . 109, 244 Latin Club 1-3, Commissioner 3, ldylwild Scholarship lMusicl 1, Orchestra 1-4, Medical Club 1-2. KLEIST, KAREN . . . 244 Latin Club 3. KNOLL, LINDA . . . 109, 244 Medical Club 1, Special Concerts lOrchestral 1-4. KOON, ROBBIN . . . 244 KOVATANA, VICHITRA . . . 46, 49, 229, 244 Diakonoe Club 4, A.F.S. 4. KRAFT, STAN . . . 37, 244 Bowling Club, Student Commissioner 4. LAMBERTUS, BRUCE . . . 244 LANGDON, ALAN . . . 32, 35, 39, 86, 102, 244 Student Body President 4, Junior Class President 3, Student Council, Co-ed King Candidate 12. LASSEN, SHAREN . . . 244 Homecoming Princess 3, G.A.A. 3-4, Spanish Club 3. LAWHON, GARY . . . 244 Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1, Football 2-3. LAWTON, BRAD 244 285 LEFNER, LARRY. . . 57, 59, 61, 244 All-American Swim Team 4, Service Awards Banquet 3-4. LEHMAN, NANCY . . . 244 Homemaking Club 1. LINAKER, BARBARA . . .244 Girls Chorus 1-2. LINDLEY, JOHN . . . 244 LINDSEY, PAT . . . 39, 80, 98, 244 Girls' League 4, Head Flag Twirler 4, Drama Clul 4, Student Council 4, Commissioner 4. LINFESTY, PEGGY . . . 38, 245 G.A.A. 1, Student Council 4. LINKOGLE, SANDIE . . . 50, 178, 245 LOOPER, STANLEY . . . 245 Track 3. LOWERY, DOROTHY . . . 109, 245 LOWRY, MICHAEL . . . 245 I Scholar of the Quarter 1, Merit Scholar 4. LYNES, WILLIAM. . . 61 , 133, 245 Football 1-2,4, Baseball 1-2, Varsity Club 4. LYON, JOHN . . . 245 LYSTROM, BRENDA . . . 245 MAGEDAM, GREG . . . 245 Astronomy Club 4. MANN, JEAN . . . 37, 40, 51, 60, 62, 245 Girls' League 2-4, Golden Fleece 3-4, D.A.R. Award 3-4, Commissioner 2-4, Speech 8. Debate 1-4. MARTIN, STEVE . . . 50, 65, 95, 102, 105, 245 Yell 4, Jason's Jesters 4, Vice President Junior Class 3, Drama Club 3-4. MARTINEZ, DIANA . . . 245 MASER, SUE . . . 245 MASON, GARY. . . 61, 245 Varsity Club 3-4, Football 3. MAUTINO, KATHRYN . . . 245 MCCOY, GEORGE McEACHERN, BONNIE . . . 245 McEVEN, WALT . . . 65, 245 Jason's Jesters 3-4, Talent Show 3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, President Chess Club 1. MEDEL, LORRAINE . . . 246 MERRICK, SANDIE . . . 55, 99, 246 Maiorette 3-4, Bowling Club 3-4, G.A.A. 1-2, Drill Team 2. SENIOR INDEX MICHAEL, CAROLYN . . . 53, 246 Scholar of the Quarter 1, Scholarship Club 1-4, Scholarship Banquet 1,3. MILLER, JIM.. . 55, 246 Bowling Club 3, Baseball Manager 1-2. MILLER, DAVE . . . 246 MILLER, DONNA . . . 246 MITANI, PAT . 68, 246 G.A.A. 1, Jotters' Club 3-4, Latin Club 3, Student Council 4. MOONEYHAM, TROY . . . 52, 62, 95, 102, 246 School Yell Leader 4, Class Officer 3, Senior Play 4, Golden Fleece Club 4, Key Club 4. MORGAN, CAROL . . . 246 Bowling Club 3. MORGAN, JAMES D ..... 55, 61, 94, 133, 246 Varsity Football 3-4, Latin Club 3-4. Bowling Club 4, Varsity Club 3-4. MORTON, JUDY . . . 97, 246 Future Teachers 2, Song Leader 4, Student Council 3, Commissioner 4. MUILENBURG, CORDELL . . . 246 MULARSKI, DORETTA . . . 246 MURRAY, JOANNE. . . 246 MURRAY, MARION . . . 246 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Future Teachers 3. MYLAR, SALLY . . . 246 Art Club 1, G.A.A. 1,Youth Day 3. NANKERVIS, CRAIG . . . 246 NATLAND, LYNNE . . . 37, 68, 97, 247 Class Secretary 1, Commissioner 2,4, Student Council 2, Best Looks 3, Song Leader 4. NAYLOR, TERRY . . . 247 NEAL, ANN . . . 247 Jotters' Club 3. NEAL, MARILYN . . . 247 NELSON, ARTHUR. . . 133, 247 Football 3-4. NELSON, DENNIS. . . 55, 57, 247 Bowling Club 2-3, Civil Defense Club 3, Argolog Staff 2. NELSON, FRANKIE . . . 11,247 NICOLAI, FRANCES . . . 68, 247 Jotters' Club 3,4. NOBLE, DAVID . . . 247 Football 4. NOBLE, DIANE. . . 247 286 O'BANNON, BILL. . . 247 O'BORN, DELORIS . . . 247 Jotters' Club 2. OLDENBURGH, ROGER. . . 247 ORLOFF, LINDA . . . 247' OTTLEY, BARBARA . . . 232, 247 Class Yell Leader 2. OTTO, LINDA . . . 247 OUGHTON, LORI . . . 37, 40, 60, 247 Student Council 2, Girl-of-the-Month 2, Dress Repre- sentative 3, Girls' League Treasurer 3-4, Golden Fleece 4. PANKRATZ, WALLACE. . . 61, 132, 133, 248 Football 1-2,4, Varsity Club 4, All-League 4, Bee-track 3. PARK, RICHARD . . . 59, 61, 133, 248 Football 1,3-4, Varsity Club 4, Key Club 4. PARRY, GWEN . . . 248 Argonaut Staff 4. PATTERSON, CHARLES . . . 59, 61, 94, 133, 248 Swimming 1-2, Football 1-4, Wrestling 3-4, Key Club 4, Band 1-4. PATTI, NORMA . . . 50, 55, 243 Junior Play 3, Bowling Club 4, Drama Club 4. PEARCE, ELAINE . . . 97, 248 Class officer 1-2, Song Leader 3-4, Christmas Queen 2, Student Council 3, Commissioner 4. PECK, MARCIA . . . 35, 37, 38, 51, 65, 248 Student Body Pep Commissioner 4, Lead in Junior Play 3, Talent 3, Student Council 1,3-4, Youth Day 4. PEIFER, JANET . . . 49, 60, 76, 248 A.F.S. Club 3-4, Argolog Editor 3-4, Santa Ana Jour- nalism Award 3, Golden Fleece 4, Future Voters 3-4. PENNINGTON, JERRY . . . 248 PERRINE, ED . . .248 Swim team Manager 2-3, Water polo manager 3. PERRY, CAROLE . . . 47, 48, 54, 74, 248 Spanish Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Diakonae 4, Quill 8- Scroll 4, Argonaut Staff 4. PERTILLA, CHARLIE . . . 248 Football 1, Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1,3 PICKERING KAREN . . . 109, 248 G.A.A. 1, Orchestra 1-4, Bowling Club 1. POLAND, SHARLENE . . . 248 . . Student Council 3. POLEDOURIS, BILL . . . 34, 39, 102, 248 President of Boys' League 4, Class President 1,2, Stu- dent Council 1-4, C.A.S.C. Representative Co-ed King Candidate 4. fn' pollll. Basel Gold Deba PIAISJ Drlll I PRICKEI Wfes denl Counl PROCTE PYIE, II p0WEII Gill C IIISMUI Yell Diukl IIAUISI REID, DI Tri-HI RENDAI IEYNO IIIGGS, Spee 3-4. IIISHEI, IIIIIIIGI Medil IOEMEI IOWII IIOWII Yell CI1riS Iuam, null, Drill lalicl IIUSSEI RYAN, SAIII SAIZI SCHE Co SCHI SCHN Ge 'hi S I 2: D553 Repre- 'il lil GoIden I Z-I5 :gie 4: Bee-track .o-I, 31, 218 'g 3-I Key Club we Club 4. Cinslras Queen l 255 1 Lead In Junior ' 3-4: Youth DUI I- Snnfa Ana low' :Ng Voters 3-4- 5 Q fungi' 1' OUIII 5 Sim" 7 Q5 l- .: 5 . 1, -E 'c , I . I,2f W' Jill W9 Z' 1 SENIOR INDEX POTTER, AUSTIN . . . 248 Baseball 1, Bowling Club 3. POWELL, SHARON . . . 37, 40, 60, 248 Girl-of-the-month 1, Girls' League Board Member 3-4, Golden Fleece 4, C Commissioner 4, Speech and Debate 2. PRATS, BETTY . . . 249 Drill Team 2-3, Dress Representative 3. PRICKETT, LEWIS . . . 39, 61, 133, 249 Wrestling team 1-4, Football 4, Latin Club 1-2, Stu- dent Council 1-4, Top representative semester Student Council 3. PROCTOR, THOMAS . . . 249 PYLE, KEN . . . 249 RASMUSSEN, LINDA . . . 35, 48, 74, 249 Yell leader 3, Pep Commissioner 4, Commissioner 3, Diakonoe 2-3, Girls' League Dress Representative 3. RAULSTON, MARCIA . . . 249 REID, DIANN . . . 249 Tri-Hi-Y 1. RENDANO, LINDA . . . 249 REYNOLDS, JIM . . . 249 RIGGS, BILLIE . . . 50, 249 Speech Club 2-3, G.A.A. 1, Diakonoe 3, Drama Club 3-4. RISHEL, HOWARD . . . 249 RISINGER, GERI . . . 69, 249 Medical Club 1-2, Jotters' Club 3-4, G.A.A. 1-2. ROEMER, ROBERT- . . . 249 ROWLAND, BOB . . . 249 ROWLAND, PAM . . . 249 Yell Leader 3, Secretary 3, Homecoming Princess 1, Christmas Princess 1, Treasurer of class 1. RUBIN, SANDRA. . . 249 RUPP, SANDRA . . . 34, 37, 38, 48, 66, 76, 92, 249 Drill Team 2-3, Model Legislature 3-4, Assistant Pub- blicity 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-3, Newspaper staff 1,3-4. RUSSELL, RUSTY . . . 250 RYAN, JAMES . . . 133,250 SALAZAR, BOB . . . 250 SALZER, JANET SCHERLER, JIM. . . 37,250 Commissioner 4. SCHNABEL, STEVE . . . 250 SCHNEK, ROBERT . . . 67, 250 German Club 2, Art Club 3-4. 7 SCHOEN, RICHARD . . . 250 Water Polo 1-3, Swim team 1-3. SCHOONOVER, SCOTT . . . 250 Baseball 1-3, Water Polo 1-2. SCHULTS, ROBERT . . . 250 Art Club 2-3. SCHUMANN, JANE.. . 68, 250 Jotters' Club 3-4, Commissioner 3. SELLERS, JOANNE . . . 112,250 Drill Team 2-4, Girls' Chorus 4. SHAW, DUANE . . . 53, 60, 61,250 Scholar of the Quarter 1,3, Scholarship Club 1,3-4, Golden Fleece 4, Radio Club 4, Varsity 4. SHELBY, DONNA. . . 250 G.A.A. 1. SHYRER, RICHARD . . . 250 SILVA, MARY . . . 250 SIVADON, JUDY. . . 250 A Cappella Choir 3. SKOGH, MIKE.. . 52, 149,250 Varsity Club 3-4, Basketball 2-4, Baseball 3-4, Latin Club 3-4. SMITH, CHRIS . . . 250 SMITH, DARLENE SMITH, EDWARD . . . 250 Bowling Club 2-3, Football Mgr. 3, Band 1-2, Stage crew 1-2. SMITH, KATHY . . .251 Homemaking Fashion Show 2-3, G.A.A. 1-2. SMITH, MARK. . . 251 Freshman Hello Daze King 1, Sports Editor 2. SMITH, Ross MARIE SPARKS, WINSTON . . . 63, 251 Stage crew 3-4. STEEN, MAX. . . 251 Football 1-2, Student Representative 2. STILLSON, JOSEPH . . . 251 STIPEK, MICHAEL. . . 36, 37, 60, 61, 153, 251 Treasurer 1, Board of Control 4, Golden Fleece 3-4, Cross Country 3-4, Track 3. STOOK, BARBARA. . . 91, 94,251 Band, Drum maiorette 3-4, Band member I-4. STUDDARD, JOAN . . . 251 STOTTLE, CHERYL . . . 251 Art Club member 2, Yearbook cover 2, Scholastic art award 2, Art Club member 4. STOWELL, DON STURTEVANT, LYNNE . . . 111, 251 I G.A.A. 1, Bowling 1, A Cappella 2-4. SENIOR INDEX SUMI, KEN.. . 251 SUMI, EUGENE . . . 35, 60, 61, 94, 251 Key Club 2-4, Golden Fleece 4, Asst. Athletic Com- missioner 4, Football 1-4, Track 1-4. SWAN, JANIE . . . 251 Bowling Club 3. SWANWICK, SHARYN . . . 48, 60, 65, 74, 115, 251 Girl-of-the-Month 4, Golden Fleece 4, Drill Team 2-3, Annual Staff 3-4, Bank of America Award Art 4. SZALAY, STEVE . . . 252 SZYMANSKI, JIM.. . 252 TAYLOR, LEONA . . . 252 TECAU, RAY. . . 55, 252 Bowling Club 1-4, Civil Defense 3. THOMAS, JUDITH . . . 252 THOMPSON, TONY . . . 252 TOBEY, LINDA . . . 252 Art Club 1-3, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Lettergirls 3-4, Pep Club 1-4, Choir 1-3. TOBY, MARILYN . . . 34, 76, 252 Cabinet officer 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Advertising manager 2-4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 3. TONKS, RICHARD . . . 252 TOTH, LEE . . .41, 49, 60, 252 Board of control 2-3, Girls' League Officer 3-4, A. F.S. Finalist 3, Senior Play 4. TOTH, VIRGINIA . . . 252 TOWNSEND, DAVE. . . 252 VanDERLINDEN, DIRK . . .61, 153, 165,252 Civil Defense 3-4, Cross Country 3-4, Track 3-4, Varsity Club 4, German Club 2. VANDEVER, JANICE . . . 252 Pep Club 3. Van HORN, MIKE. . .65, 252 Senior Play 1, Art Club 3-4, Jason's Jesters 4. VanNINWEGEN, LARRY. . . 252 Radio Club 2, Water Polo 1. VILLASANA, JAMES . . . 252 VINCENT, JUDITH . . . 252 VOGT, MARTHA. . . 68, 253 Medical Club 1, G.A.A. member 3-4. WADE, DIANNE . . . 253 WADSWORTH, LARRY . . . 131,133,253 Q Student Council 2-4, Lettermans' Club 4, Llneman of the Year 4, Varsity Football 3-4. WALKER, LINDA . . . 253 Commissioner 3, Jotters' Club 3, Girls' Chorus 1. WALKER, MARCIA . . . 253 WALKER, MORRIS Yell Leader 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 4, Drama Club 4. WALLACE, MIKE . . . 61 , 252 Basketball 1-4, Baseball 1-4. WARDELL, MARGIE . . .94, 253 Concert Band 1-4, Historian Medical Club 2, Band 3. WATTS, GLORIA . . . 253 WEIDERT, EDWARD . . . 253 WENRICK, SHARON . . .253 WEIDERT, ED. . . 91, 94, 253 Archeology Club 1, Latin Club 1-3, Cross Country 3, Drum and Bugle Corps 1-4, Argo Alchemists 4. WERTZBOUGHER, LYNNE . . . 68, 253 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, Jotters 4. WESTMORELAND, KATHY . . . 51, 253 Drama 4, Concert Choir 4. WHEDBEE, SHIRLEY. . . 68, 92, 253 Drill Team 2-4, Jotters' Club 3-4. WHEELER, WILLIAM . . . 253 WHITLOW, BILL . . . 59, 61 , 133, 253 Football 1-4, Key Club 3-4, Varsity Club 3-4, Co-ed King Candidate 4, Track 2. WILLIAMS, JIM . . . 254 Tennis team 2, Bowling Club 2. WILSON, LARRY . . . 254 German Club. WITTEN, WAYNE . . . 254 WORSHAM, SUE. ..37, 38, 65, 110, 115, 254 Class Secretary 2, Assistant per Commissioner 4, Pep Club 1-4, Girl-of-the-Month 4, Concert Choir 3-4. WOODS, MALCOLM . . . 55, 254 Bowling Club 1-4, Football 2. WYNN, CAROL. . . 254 Song Leader 3, Commissioner 3, Student Council 3. YAGER, LARRY . . . 63, 254 Student Council 2, Stage crew 3-4. YOSHIDA, MARGARET . . . 37, 48, 97, 254 Flag Twirler 3, Song Leader 4, Golden Fleece 3-4, Christmas Princess 3, Class Secretary 1. YOUNG, CHERIE . . . 254 Art Club 1-3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, C.A.S.S.A. Committee 2, G.A.A. 1. YOUNG, ReNAE . . . 254 V.- A fappglld Adverttsvlnell Anntla Ay, ..... . 1 Stall Att Club ..,.. . ,lille Algalmu Mg, ,,... ..., y '- Arlo AIfI'9""5I Atsonavl filly Attendance OI 4 ...,. llleboll I""5'II laseballt l"5lII laxebullt IV Baseball WPI. Iasletlttll VW' Basketball, ll -' loxletballt B5 -' ggykelballt Cf " iaard ol Control trwling Club ' My Cltorus . 1 Boys' lwsvt V - Iots'P.E.. Business - holiness Manuel' Eobiaet Ialeterlo . - -- Clvlstmas Dante Co-Ed . Culot Days - - luamlssloaevs Conrail Choir .... lan Country Cvou Country, III lutodtaas . litlIDeIense .. Dean alloys . Deonal Girls Dudlmtians lllolona Club Duma Elub .. llrill leam . , Dvitus Education Drum I llugle CI Elections . , , laglisli lawlly Index , 'lu .. loolball, llagtr Iootball, Varsity Football, .IV , looIhaIl,B'5 H Football, CIS M Football Snaps lmllfl Excltung lotelgn Lama lreslaman Buys Imtmat atm, Irexlmon Clan lttlbaten gm lil. Action, Gumbo Club IIIIISI Ehorao Girls' Lmgu! Gills' Pig. Iglll af ,he olden Gott , Alle' Gllllltltlllqn Gutdatoe oy llalla gm lltmezumtn, in Gills' Qhoms 1 nlur Play 45 Umm ical Club lp Band 3, llz Cross Ceunlry 3- 'go Alchemists 4. 53 i S3 i3 :ily Club 3-lg Ce-ed lo, i 1 s, 254 i Commissioner 41 PEP Quncerl Choir 3-4. 3: Student Council 3- 314, 254 . golden Flevff M' Wy l. Cmmliiee 22 sill , A Cappella ...,... Advertisements .. Annual Staff , ,,,., Art .......,,,,,,,,, ,A Art Club ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Artie Argonau t ..,... A.F.S. .,.....,,,,,,,, Argo Alchemists Argonaut Club ..... Attendance Office Band ..........,,.,,,,,,,, Baseball, Varsity .,,,.,,., Baseball, Freshmen Baseball, JV ,........,,, Baseball, Snaps ......... Basketball, Varsity ..... Basketball, JV ......... Basketball, B's ..,.,, Basketball, C's .......,. Beard of Control .... Bowling Club ,,,.. Boys' Chorus ,,.,, Boys' League ,. Boys' P.E. ............. . Business ..,..........,,,,. Business Manager ...,, Cabinet .............. Cafeteria ............. Christmas Dance ....., Co-Ed ,....,....,..... Color Days ..... Commissioners .. Concert Choir ,...... Cross Country ........ Cross Country, JV ...., Custodians ........... Civil Defense .... Dean of Boys .,.. Dean of Girls .... Dedications ..... Diakona Club .... Drama Club ...... Drill Team ......,...... Drivers Education .......... Drum 8- Bugle Corps ,... Elections .... ........ English ......... Faculty Index ,,.. Flag ..s.................. Football, Bests .... Football, Varsity ,,,.. Football, JV ......... Football, B's .,,... Football, C's ,.........,. Football Snaps ........e....... Foreign Exchange Program Foreign Languages ....r..... Freshman Bests .....e.e----- Freshman Class ......Y.....,--- Freshman Class Officers .,..., Freshmen Snaps sv.....,..-- G,A.A. Activities ..... German Club ,..,. Girls' Chorus .... Girls' League ......... Girls' P.E. ..,.......,..... . Girl of the Month ...,.. Golden Fleece ....,... Golf .................. Graduation ........... Guidance Office ...... Hello Daze ...... Homecoming INDEX ..........11l ,.,...264-277 .......74-75 21 67 90 49 62 66 15 ...,......94-95 ......168-171 ...........173 .,......172 ..,...148-149 ..........,150 ........151 ........152 36 55 ........111 42 24 16 13 ........34-35 27 ....,,,,,,,88-B9 .....,.102-105 ......118-119 37 ........110 ........153 ...,,,,,154 27 57 80-81-128-129 ........,.....46-47 50 t.......92-93 26 91 ...,.108 17 ,,......28-29 .......134-137 30-133 .,..,.,,139 ..,..139 ..,.,...140 ......22B-231 22 .,,.,..194-195 83-1 92 ,..........182 93 ..,,...174-181 62 ...,.......109 ........40-41 25 ......114-115 60 ......,....167 24-1 25 15 83 ........84-87 289 Home Economics ., ..,. Industrial Arts ........... Inter Club Council Jasons Jesters ....... Jordaneers ..,...... Jotters .,......... Junior Bests ......,..... Junior Class ,........r.... Junior Class Officers ,... Junior Snaps ...,,....,. Junior Play ....,......, Junior-Senior Prom , .... Key Club ..,,.. Latin ............... Librarian ............, Library Science .,... Main Office ...... Maiorettes .,,.. Math ....,..... Music ........ Newspaper .... Nurse .......,.. Orchestra ....... Pep Assemblies .... Principal ....,..,.... Quill 8- Scroll ..... Radio Club ..... Red Tie Club ..., Scholarship Club .... Science .,............... Senior Assembly ..... Senior Bests .....,........ Senior Class Officers ..... Senior Pictures ...,... Senior Snaps ..... Senior Play ..,... Service Awards .... Snake Dance .... Social Studies ....... Song .................... Sophomore Bests ............. Sophomore Class .,........... Sophomore Class Officers Sophomore Snaps .,.....,,...... Speech 8 Debate .......,.... Stage Crew .....,.,.....,...... 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Garden Grove High School - Argonaut Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Page 1

1979

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