Glen Wilson High School - Prowler Yearbook (Hacienda Heights, CA)

 - Class of 1977

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U l5'U 1 'iv J ku' F, 41 8 '4 'sf7, 1 4 'r -I Q," ,Lita 2 WILLY wildcat, Nancy Hillman and Wilma wildcat, Cynthia lwamoto, taking a break during La Serna game. WILDCATS tear through victory over La Puente, 23- 1 3. AUDREY Schroth shakes her pom-poms at the La Puente game. LORI Miller continues to make a fool of herself at the rallies. 'IO Spirit l What Is Spirit? ls spirit: al An individual disposition and moods. bi The cheerleaders and songleaders doing cheerg cl The football team showing an outstand- ing performance. Opening the season against the number l ranked C.l.F. team with a close 20- 14 defeat. di Mr. Butler doing "Yeeeaa Bo!" el Everyone staying after the rally to sing the alma mater. No matter how you answer, you're probably right. Spirit comes in many different forms and is expressed in various ways. Here at Wilson spirit is exposed everywhere on campus. Our ever popular Band, Band-aides, Drill Team and Rally Squad actively and enthusiastically support and promote spirit on and off campus. Spirit is constantly on the rise. Each year is added a lot of new spirit to Wilson. Just this year the A.S.B. had its first female president - Melina Mitchell. And, as if one new football coach isn't enough, we added the knowledge and experience of Lee Fair, new Defensive Coor- dinator. The new swimming pool, also, brought about change including more spirit for sports, with such famous names as .lill Sterkel, our first Gold Medalist from Wilson, and with the water polo team. So you ask, "What is Spirit?" Spirit is the Glen A. Wilson student body on and off campus expressing themselves as they are - Wilson Wildcats . . . G A 1. in Y ,- Qfi' 4. Us I .V ,.y, N? . X Qwlr ' in A , .g? 1 f fm .. Z, if .J luvw' . Jil f 5 H aw? ggfjzes ' f' .iz if . - ' Q, fr6?f.f 2 fs, P !1T1,L . 1 x S :-:vw-J'-1-ar-gL..guQ . 2 4 .,.',,- T 'W'-. . x . gl I. 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M22 ., W 16 Hypnotist Assembly 18 WIM Club Marathon Dance 18 Christmas Vacation a ril -X "' ,QW 'an uar P ' 3-9 Easter Vacations E E2 f 'dd ' 6 Ribbon Day 16 Les Bonnes Amies Fashion Show Z F, QC 8 Wilson Wrestling Tournament 20 I-Ong Beach Bend C0nCe"f - 12 Wwe, polo Banque, English Field Trip to Almonson Theatr .4 ,QQ W I5 Winier Formal 21 Almost Antyhing Goes assembly X M 28 End of Semester 22 Shakespeare festival ,W 25 ASB Convention W A 30 Junior!Senior Prom We K . february y jd! W fwfwfwwb may Q9 Z Mm W 1 1 Lincoln-5 Birthday WL 14 Valentine Day Carnations Anno 18 Los Altos After Game Dance 3 CSF Field Trip to GSTTY MUSGUFN -, 40-f OM Baseball begins 5 Open House ' JHLQJ Tennis begins 6 Cinco de Mayo Dance ' 21 Wnsningion-S bnfndcy 17 National City Time Band Review 43 I 24 Wrestling Banquet 11' 121 131 14 Musical Aa. Track begins 18 Dating Game Assembly W 25 CIF Basketball Playoffs begin 19 5P"ln9 Cl"0"0l C0"'Ce"f W , 26 Baseball Runathon 26 W'M Club Banque' . 28 Field Science to Son Diego Mission Bay ! up M Mele Calendar 17 Po ol Dedica ted 2 5 , L S 1, I 8 Dedlcahon Z-NK, 1 ola . . . Hej The foreign exchange program at Wilson has been very successful. Four new faces explored our campus ind way of living. Students represent Mexico, Finland and Sweden. Senior Mikael Larsson came from Sweden. He enioyed Wilson students and teachers but thought the :hool was too big. Mikael's favorite place to visit was the Grand Canyon. ' Lourdes Perez, a senior from Mexico lived with the hneider family. Lourdes was an active member of the tennis and basketball team. She enioyed the school activities and especially liked the field science club. he disliked the lunch. Lourde's favorite place was the mall. From Finland came Tuula Tilander. Tuula liked the teachers because they understood her when her Eng- lish was bad. She wished there were breaks between losses so she could have time to talk to people. Tuula was very interested in Hollywood and enioyed Mexi- can food the best. Pia Gradin a senior from Sweden had a comfortable ry in Hacienda Heights living with Mr. and Mrs. Dave nope. Pia's favorite place to visit was San Francisco, id her favorite food was barbecue steak with pineap- ple. "I like the kids, they are friendly and seem to be used to exchange students. Most of the classes are okay except Linguistics which is kind of hard. I don't like that the students can't leave the school area and the short lunch hour." , From Mexico City, Monserat Ascencio Ugarte, and om Brazil, Elizabeth Carreiro, had a comfortable stay exchanging ways of living. MONSERAT Ascencio Ugarte, Tuula Tilander, lngrid Arning, Elizabeth Carreiro and Pia Gradin. IOANN Hebert and Lourdes Perez see who can open their mouths the biggest, Uoann wonll MlKAEL LARSSON tries to get a seductive pose. LOURDES PEREZ laughs it up at lunch. Dancing In The Moonli ht "Dancing in The Moonlight" was the theme for the 1977 Winter Formal. The dance was held at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. lt was Wilson's first semi-formal and last formal hosted away from the school. The traditional formal has changed to semi- I formal and in the future will be held in the Wilson Gym. The purpose of this is to bring down the cost of the bids. lt proves to be iust as an enioyable evening with less money involved. The court and their escorts were: Cindi Guerra and Earl Nelson, Laurie Bingham and Greg Mowrey, Dena Fevela and Kevin Baker, Peter Beattie and Debby Trinkle. Sponsored again by Les Bonnes Amies, the night was a total success. The band entertained the crowd with much soft, slow, music, and the students danced until the gala-affair drew to a close. CLAUDIA Steiding and her date, Dave Spalione, Brenda Williams and her date, Todd Walton, and Cathy Polich relax after an exhausting dance. LAURA Huter and Danny Chagolla pose to capture a memorable moment. THE WINTER FORMAL COURT -- Greg Mowrey and Laurie Bingham, Earl Nelson and Cindi Guerra, Kevin Baker and Dena Fevela, Peter Beattie and Debby Trinkle. LYNN Cossey and her honey enioy each other's company. GANGSTERS? No, it is Greg Mowry and Laurie Bingham hitting the dance floor. THE WINTER Formal Queen Cindi Guerra and her escort Earl Nelson are very proud. HOW romantic to dance in the moonlight. PETER Beattie and Debby Trinkle wait for the rest of the court to be called. GRADUATE David Spalione and Claudia Steiding dance to a fast number. 20 Winter Formal ill, ,. , ,wb fa 5 nf ve. 6 QA -3 fx 4-aP""' 1 I X ,-'I "JL 1 .,. X4 5 Qmgf ci V .L Nia 1: ,if ,V I 5 Rf ?e-fi ,1 i 'Nw-gg V Azlybzxy . Y , Q 1 Q-X..5' . 1 Wx .- ,: Q2 1.1 ,.. W Y' v N, L4 X ,Q-, y ' 6 ' 'T 'Fw D N . 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X SWR 2 W . ps .13 4- W1 I x Q H NY? A if Z? Smash Musical Rev - The Vocal Music Department's play this year was the off Broadway hit "Anything Goes," with music by Cole Porter. The comedy!musical's debut was March 24, 25 and 26 at the Hudson Auditorium. The story takes place in the 20's aboard a ship sailing for England where Sir Evelyn Oakley Uim Foxenj and Miss Hope Harcourt lVenetia Ricchioj will be married. Once on board Hope meets an old friend, Billy Crocker lGreg Mowryj, and they tall instantly in love. Meanwhile Sir Evelyn meets the former evangelist turned bar owner and singer Reno Sweeney lLynn Cosseyl and the plot thickens. As the story continues, things for Hope are being complicated by her overbearing mother, Mrs. W. T. Harcourt iPam Soltersj, and Billy is busy trying to avoid the purser and his bass Mr. Elisha J. Whitney lDavid Bollenl, Mrs. Harcourt and trying to see Hope, also. Also, aboard ship is public enemy number 13, Moonfcice Martin lLennie Linki and his gangster girlfriend, Bonnie ll.aura Gottoi. Moonfoce becomes BiIly's friend and helps him with anything he needs - passport, money, clothes and ticket, However, the ticket he gets him belongs to Snake-eyes Johnson, Public Enemy Number One. Now more problems as he tries to disguise himself from everyone. But then he is discovered and he is made the ship's hero! Finally everything works out so that Reno and Sir Evelyn, and Billy and Hope get married. It even looks like Mrs. W. T. Harcourt and Mr. Whitney are going to get together. This all takes place to such great songs as "Take me back to Manhattan," "Friendship," "You're the Top" and "Anything Goes" plus a million great iokes. This was a play to remember thanks to the work and imagination ofthe Vocal Music Department, Mr. Leonard Deters' patience and time for directing the musical and the great music of Mr. Gil Adams and the Wilson Stage Band. "AN YTHIN G GOES 'f Greg Mo wry As Billy Crocker, And Venetia Riechio As Hope Harcourt be Laura Gotto As Bonnie And Reno Sweeney's Ange S 24 Musical CAST OF CHARACTERS BILLY CROCKER ..... .................. RENO SWEENEY ...... . SIR EVELYN OAKLEIGH .... MISS HOPE HARCOURT . . . MOONFACE MARTIN .... BONNIE ............ MRS. W. T. HARCOURT . . MR. ELISHA J. WHITNEY . . . THE PURSER ......... im F oxen As Sir Evelyn Oaldeigh En' ynn Cossey As Reno Pam Salters As weeney Mrs. W. T. Harcourt . Greg Mowrey . .Lynn Cossey . . . .Jim Foxen Venetio Ricchio . . .Lennie Link . . Laura Gotto . . .Pom Salters . .David Bollen . . Kerry Britten THE CAPTAIN .... . . Rick Allsman THE STEWARD . . . . Geoff Ricchio ANGELS CHARITY . . . Laurie Bingham PURITY . . .Maria Colima FAITH ...... ...... T ommy Cox CHASTITY .... Kristine Cramer MERCY .... .Susan Hansen VIRTUE ...... .Robin Howard PRUDENCE . . .Giselle Rocha GRACE .... . Carolyn West CHING .... . . Marco Flores LING ........ . . .Benfly Tam REPORTER ....... . . .Geoffrey Grundy CAMERAMAN . . . ...... Don McCoy THE BISHOP . . . . . .Bruce Hansen Musical 25 Thank God I 'm Leading up to the Sadie Hawkins was Sadie Week. A variety of activities occurred during both lunches every day. To head the week boys were given ribbons which did not allow them to talk to girls the whole day, those who did, lost their ribbon. Teresa Schmidt won the contest tallying up 1 14 ribbons. Next Joe Pulice and Chris Baker really had it out when they chug-a- lugged four mugs of root-beer with Joe Pulice finishing first. The slave auction was a big success auctioning off students starting at 504 a bid. To cap off the events was the Kiss-the-Pig contest in which the student and teacher with the most amount of money collected had to kiss a real live pig. Mr. Bacon and Pam Campbell were awarded the kiss, with Mr. Martin and Michelle Rubin runners up. "Do you Daisey May take Lil' Abner to be your lawfully wedded husband?" This was a popular line as many couples eloped at the Sadie Hawkins. Reverend Lee Fair and Co-Reverend Scott Massy conducted ceremonies, bestowed couples with marriage certificate, rings, and bouquets of flowers. Mixed Blood and Soft Brandy provided the necessary foot-stompin' music during the three hour dance on March l 1 at 8:00-1 1 :30. The local deputies were busy arresting people for one cent and bailing them out for two. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach, and that could be provided by sighting the many students surrounding Ma Kettles home-made vittels. The next best thing to the cookin' and kitchen was the Kissin' Patch, a popular area for the newlyweds. For the happy couples a photographer was on hand to capture a quick pose of the memorable evening. MIXED BLOOD, the second band to play at the Sadie that night, gets the whole dance moving. PAM CAMPBELL looks more afraid than the pig. THE PHOTOGRAPHER is waiting, guys. Opposite Page: THE LEAD singer of Mixed Blood mixed with the dancers. MR. BACON caught in a tender moment during the Sadie's rally. .IANA NELSON having a good time waiting for the next dance. . . . AND HERE is some more people having a GREAT time in the Kissing Patch. SOFT BRANDY brings the dancers more mellow music. 26 Sadie Hawkins A Countr Bo f'f-5 -Xin 'fffrff I .4 ig, 3 K J x ?"'Ne .l' 44 Y X . ., ,, i IS, X ls k-4 1. Wai 35 3, 3 lil ll N ui ...f 'F 5 K .-ix l W1 H il U 151 Q t af X fi A QI M IW, 'L' Juniors Wing First Time JUNIOR defense listens as they receive a pep-talk from defensive coach Butch Spalione during half- time. RUNNINGBACK DeAnn DeRamus throws a block for iunior quarterback, Vicki Regalado, who is being pressured by Debbie Castoneda. HOLLY Dixon sweeps right to help Seniors get in better field position. QUARTERBACK Gina Natoli leads her team in a strong drive for yardage. SENIORS listen to coach Steve Vasquez who tries to lift their spirits with his humor during half-time. SENIOR, Judy Gray, attempts to catch a pass while being pressured by iuniars. LAURIE Tracey rushes to the defense of her teammate Laura Gotta who is engaged in some extra-curricular activity with Yvette Meneses. ,i - t it H , 5 r 1 s POWDER PUFF - As usual the seniors met the iuniors in a tough game. of flag football. Both teams were fired-up after one week of practice, learning plays, and getting bruised. The biggest bruise came Friday Dec. 10 during the game. The game looked as if it would be tied up at eight all, but the iuniors made a late score with seconds left. The final outcome was lo- 8, Iuniors. 28 Powder Puff Football If 1 mi ' V - 'sw ,Jw un, ' , Q, 5-Q A Q I . fr I SSG-2 'si 31 ss-09' I' H A mgi i if .Q P X .fa . X P . ff V"'3 . gl -f' I? X HV B a 1 19 , .,, 3 . x 4- V 4 5 A 2 A " .b .L If . XXV X lil!!! -M 5 4- x J. 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' qv' 'fu -,-4 1 s ir ' T7-5534? 9 '.,,:l1q V 5 t W Vi A 2: 'J iris lfiu BAND - Brad Aguilu, Maureen Aoys, Karen Armstrong, Albert Balderas, Judy Birch, Richard Bowles, Nancy Burnett, Susan Cartson, David Ceniceros, Ernest Ceniceros, Robert Ceniceros, Laurie Clark, James Clarke, Cheryl Cox, David Dayhuff, Gerald DelRosario, Donna Dodrill, Donna Duarte, Deborah Dunn, Jerome Dunn, Janet Everly, Mark Fernandez, Suzanne Fisher, Grace Florez, Irene Garavito, Tony Gonzales, Jeff Gooze, Steve Gray, Sonia Guernsey, Kathi Guerra, Jeff Hallin, Peter Heilgeist, Debbie Heinrichs, David Helton, Juan Hernandez, Ginger Holt, Ken Holthouser, Pam Horie, Richard Horie, Mercy Hudgins, Cesar Jara, Pam Johnson, Noel Johnson, Kristine Kenford, Jim Kimmick, Russ Kimmick, Ron Lau, Carol Latham, Craig Lauer, Norman Lee, Perrin Lim, Kim Lintern, Stacey Little, Linda Maley, Pia Mangini, Alfredo Martinez, Adana May, Michelle Meeks, lngmar Mueller, Tim Murray, Lyle Nielsen, Craig Northcote, Matt Ober, Danette Pawlowski, Shawn Pelot, Bob Penn, Roger Peterson, Stuart Phillabaum, Adriana Piedrahita, Bruce Pluth, John Porieder, Pat Rangel, John Rauh, Missy Raussa, Geoffrey Ricchio, Leigh Richards, Cindy Rivera, Michael Rodriguez, Ray Rodriguez, Amador Ruiz, Linda Ruppe, Jamie Salafia, Belia Sanchez, Vilma Sanchez, Monte Schlig, Rhonda Schlig, Brian Scott, Dave Singer, Triana Silva, Vicki Sivilli, Annette Smith, John Smith, Greg Solomon, Gabe Tafoya, Steve Tanaka, Dennis Thompson, John Todd, Charles Torres, Luis Torres, Terry Truelove, Peter Uhlir, Gary Unitt, Barry Van Buren, Miguel Vega, Doug Woitman, Gay Welch, Joyce Werbick, Mary Ann Whitlow, Peter Ysais, Brad Woodring. Band 33 ,Q 'Y M Q ' , Mf- 41 N 3 ,-i4 . .M - , A ff 4 M4 .. , 5 'nh W ' 5 . ,, ' -1' if L HF. . ., . ef 'as 6 0- '1 4 x. ia ' 1 V p40 -- ,r - 'I I UQ ' , ,. ' ,A A . A ' 1 11. e2.:,g m -'R--1' ' " ,eh I ta., .2 -hhqf' , , -. ,,. . A 3?J'FVQ'1"K 5--:L 4: Lkfsa .. -wflfp. Q- N f--+1 ,. fa- L-ff G ' 1- 'Q-..f.-++-1 ,QQ '-,,-fa. -,.3- ' T 1 -.web Tw., -an-QL' rex 5 , , A- Q .V -11: PML! X. . ng I .ng ' fu, A 1 A 5 5 - 6' ,,,L . 1,363 , 4:-1.232 l we il 'U' Y T?S" BAND COUNCIL - Peter Uhlir, Mike Vega, Ingmar Mueller, Craig Lauer, Jerry DelRasario, Sherry Sheffied, Matt Ober, Janet Everly, Karen Armstrong, Jim Kimmick, Linda Knight. David Dayhuff, Joyce Werbick, Adriana Piedrahita, Belia Sanchez and Linda Ruppe. BAND and Drill Team perform during halfiime. iiiiii 'w JENNIFER Renteria performs at half-time show. BAND-AIDES - Rene Mangini, Hilda Ramos, Linda Knighi, Cindy Shaw, Dawn Cossey, Cara Napoleon, Kathy Coleman, Leslie Madison, Diana Enslow. Marlene Moe, Sherry Sheffield, Jennifer Renferia, Lorelei Williams, Denise Ghent, Karen Yon. 36 Band Aides Band-Aj es .n The Go DRUM Maior Greg Solomon and Band-Aides Karen Yon and Hilda Ramos stand proud in front ofthe Band. BAND-AIDES Dawn Cossey, Cara Napoleon, Renee Mangini, Diane Enslow, Leslie Madison, Denise Ghent spell out Wilson. BAND members Kathy Guerra, Doug Rauh, Belia Sanchez perform at a half-time show. CLAIRE Scott advises Band-Aides. H Band-Aides 37 T IST LT. Kathe Grasham, Captain Sally Flores, 2nd Lt. Lorrie Burns, Lori O'Connor, Susan Hansen, Kathy Ohlund, Linda Rogers, Vicki O'Con nor, Leslie Martin, Sonia Barba, Rusty Cirrone, Mary D'Andrea, Donna Gallegos, Eliane Oyhenart, Cindy Herrington, Mona Hicks, Rond Phillips, Dawn Bartsch, Linda Chambers, Venetia Ricchio, Debbie Alvarado, Diana Melgoza, Andrea Otanez, Maria Prado, Sharon Pemper ton, Karen Karipeter, Patty Capdevielle, Nancy Newell, Kris Cramer, Kristy Myers, Dena Favela, Robin Howard, Kathy Vanbrabant, Janel Bracci, Linda Chambers, Lilian Magdangal, Iris Monteianc, Lisa Bonafede. Not Pictured: Jane Abbasi, Heather Kirkwood, Karen Lewis, Juli Nichols. 38 Drill Team atettes March KATHY Vanbrabant and Sonia Barba are all smiles. KATHE Grasham, Robin Howard, Donna Gallegos and Sonia Barba perform duzing a football game half-time. THAT is our Drill Team, always stepping high. DRILL Team marches past the Band. BAND and Drill Team perform at Los Altos during football half-time. Drill Team 39 3' y . 2 Q -'W - Y 5 Q. H61 4, fT l li 4 xx' 0 5 rf C 2 N .uv-.41-.J KE f " ,1:5: '7,. Q, - f 5 1 "' 'S A . ' f Q Q N Q, an-U 1 U 1 Q an f t fi lli , H is f 'if f 1 Q ' " in Iaptain Sally Flores and First Lieutenant Kathe Grasham, Second Lieutenant Lorrie -Burns, Venetio Riccho and Linda Chambers proudly march before the iudges at the halftime competition. l I C3pt31HS Fantastic The 1977 Drill Leaders are Capt. Sally Flores, lst Lt. - Kathe Grasham and 2nd Lt. - Lorrie Burns. These girls make up routines and teach them to their members. They work extra hard all year preparing for llifmwfffyf' Qylllffyfwjkrfgglfx belt will fm 1 r . Drill Team 41 "T Qi, 'Q 'V you ,3. 3,.,,.,,,- .,.g. Q- XJ - --.- ' iq-ggi' 5':?ff,L7 I 1 I D H-I! n Q51- llg f'Yl fi 1 an 'I' I i uw in Y.. U' , Fe M, il, u"h Qsg3i ,. ll' ull: I' -!lll,l' 1 l eu ! m 9 x nllalg V, ,g "-Qwyi ' x 7 R , LQ Y, W ' 3 , Qg . -'... x ' I xi I l : . Ak fp Q. I 4 sl- ng 'e Qui ln! l I 'I A A X 5 H 7 kk .sw-fl ,,, is JV Cheerleaders .,- , in ,ffX 551 .vna '. - if wx 3 Q 4. qiijvl? 5 I. vdli ,C Q. '- .OP -3-99 --1111 A COMBINATION of spirit, enthusiasm and energy best describe our rally squads. Busy throughout the year the rally squad's inspired all athletic events besides the traditional football and basketball games. The advisors are Miss Allison Bailey and Mrs. Gail Rogers. Head Varsity Cheerleader is Michelle Rubin, Rally Commissioner Pam Campbell and Head Songleader is Pam Anderson. A CAMERAMAN tried to get a picture ofthe goal post when suddenly the Rally Squad appeared. WILSON football team bows down to football goddess Barbie Bixby. MELINA Mitchel and Karen Bowan hold up sign while Pam Campbell urges Wildcats through. "OUR spirit is sky high!" Rally Squad 43 I., , 44 RallySquad DI ,, H-5 1-" "W'vE,5. qw., A ...s..?f-Hn RALLY SQUAD - Karen Bowen, Barbara Rezac, Teri Hyde, K. C. Stephenson, Michelle Rubin, Pam Lew, Pam Campbell, Barbara Bixby, Melina Mitchell. MELINA Mitchell speaks out at rally. BARBARA Rezac, Teri Hyde, Karen Bowen and K. C. Ste- phenson wait for the Band to stop playing. BARBARA Reza: does a skit at a rally before playing West Covina that night. MELINA Mitchell, Pam Anderson and K. C. Stephenson do a skit for the LaPuente rally. Shake Your Pom -Poms I Q-4 5 SONGLEADERS - Laurie Bingham, Lisa Jeffcooi, Pam Anderson, Kristy Fishe, Donna Alvarado, Margie Kim, Audrey Schrofh and Claudia Logan. KRISTY Fishe and Pam Anderson perform their routine before the LaPuenfe football game. SONGLEADERS do a cheer af L.P. games. Songleaders 45 Choir Enhances School J . Q93 at Y Qui' H35 . Q 4 I - , guxii Salim Q y J lst Row: Lynn Cossey, Cathy Brag, Kris Kramer, Robin Howard, Pam Salters, Carolyn West, Sheri Fravel, Leticia Escalante, Sandy Stump, Frances Aviles, Debby Moody, Kenni Shirai, Janet Surmi. 2nd Row: Dolores Jimenez, Denise Prather, Cindy Bailey, Cindy Oberg, Julie Reck, Felecia Lee, Pam Rameriz, Venetia Ricchio, Leisa Mowry, Jeannie Harris, Tawny O'Neill, Michelle Romero, Lorraine Chavira. 3rd Row: Becky Sage, Sherri Delaney, Jenny Noe, Cindy Graham, JoAnn Prouty, Sally Isaacson, Sherri Carey, Dina Parodi, Michelle Ridgeway, Maria Colima, Sue Carlson, Lori Dutra. 4th Row: Bentley Tam, Jeff Ricchio, Laurie Bingham, Laura Gotta, Shelly Marshel, Kandy Priester, Janet Gherson, Ruth Burrow, Heydi Geiger, Gissele Rocha, Tammy Havlovic, Tracy Bolleter, Susan Hansen, Philip Hernandez. 5th Raw: Lenny Link, Peter Bright, Rick Allsman, Davis O'Neil, Sonny Meyer, Bruce Hansen, Mike Alvares, Danny Jimenez, David Bollen, Greg Mowry, Dale Catron, Jeff Grundy, Raul Madrid, Doug Schindler, Jimmy Foxen, John Smith. SWING Choir really moves with the dancing and singing of Greg Mowry, Jeff Ricchio, Pam Salters and Tammy Halovic. 46 Groups And The Beat Goes I1 SWING CHOIR consists of select members from ,concert choir. They pay for the community clubs such as Elks Clubs and banquets. Swing Choir performs at Elementary and Junior high schools and also Wilsons Christmas Concert. Standing: Tammy Havlovic, Lorriane Chavira, David Bollen, Greg Mowry, Peter Bright, Lenny Link, Mike Alvarez, Joanne Prouty, Laura Gotta. Sitting: Pam Salters, Venetia Ricchio, Lynn Cossey, Rabin Howard, Julie Reck. Kneeling: Carol Spillmon, Rick Allsman, Jeff l Ricchio. STAGE BAND 1 The Stage Band is a very important part of Wilson's Rallies, Basketball games and Assemblies. Under the direction of Mr. Gil Adams, the band releases sounds to support and odd spirit to ' Wilson. STAGE band tuning up before the rally. FOURTH period practice for the stage band. ,,, I r :MAI I lk. lik HJR ' ., .. , . E, l as Fig? inf. P ,f fn- s lf.. JT? ' in J K v ,sifo iff Y rt fi 3313, by 'sf dak? Q f in ,Ja lifkif Groups 47 Service Clubs Aid School LES BONNES AMIES - Top Row: Sherri Carey, Jan Miller, Donna Thomsom, Che- ryl Schindler, Suzanne Timpke, Jennifer Renteria, Linda Robison, Carolyn West, Susan Easterling, Liz Gallegos, Marcia Goodale. Bottom Row: Eileen Ward, Katie Beazell, Janice Unitt, Audrey Gutierrez, Lori Miller, Dana Murray, Pam Johnson, Susan Carlson, Donna Gallegos, Paula Han- son Mrs. Dunlap. KEY CLUB - Back Row: Bob Penn, Lee Salgren, Dennis Thompson, Danny Jimines, Bentley Tam, Mr. Era. Front Row: Doug Woo, Kevin Hoy, Donna Gallegos, Roger Peterson, Jamie Sala- fia. 48 Groups l 4 LES BONNES AMIES - Sponsored by Mrs. Dunlap iz a girls' service club. Of the many things the girls do ie their most important event, the Winter Formal. Yon. may also see them hosting at Drama performance: and serving refreshments at open house. KEY CLUB - The key club is o boys' service cluk designed to perform services for the school and com munity. The advisor is Mr. Don Era. Their most inspiring function is the annual Christmas tree sale. li-ga JILL Sterkel on her way to accept an award during hal time presentations. MR. RICHEY helps Jana Nelson type? Iubs Made f Brains And Beauties , H 7 K I WH, 1-7 'lm-A .1111-if-11e.r1-1 in ew .1.fl7?fV7TV 1, 1. 101,11 ,1 5 -. .. 1 ,I 1, T M51 1 11,111 11 1 111, K mu L15 r ' 1 il 111 1 .h,, ' ' J , ,K 31 1 if: ' , 1-1 it ff ' ' ' 1 -11.1 15' " " ,aw ' 1.1 .. lf or 1h, 1111111 1 1 Y sm ..., 1 J STATS AND CATS - This is a club formed in order to promote spirit at football games. The club grew with increased popularity this year. It consists of six stats and a numerous amount of willing girls that sell pro- grams and tickets. Their biggest event is the annual sale of the Wilson T-Shirts. The money is used to pur- chase a gift for the football team. Betty Neill, Lynne Topping, Sheri McCarthy, Yvette "9 Menesses, Lori Miller, Lisa Pike, Michelle Buchannan, Robbie King, Barbara Kilarski, Cathy Traylor, Julie White, Patty Myers, LeAnn Yee, Martha Martinez, Gail Mifune, Laurie Tracey, Elaine Zubiate, Cari Roberts, Tricia Tigeroa, Diane Wilson, JoAnn Hebert, and Kenni Shirai. C.S.F. - California Scholastic Foundation is a club for students with a minimum grade point average require- ment of 3.5. The advisor of the group is Mr. James Kelly. Angie Allevato, Heidi Allison, Pam Anderson, Kevin Baxter, Dawn Bartch, Pat Beckmann, Mark Blackey, John Borack, Darwin Bowles, Richard Bowles, Kathy Bragg, Melissa Briggs, Mary Kay Buck, Steve Burks, Nancy Burnett, Anna Chavez, Melinda Dayhuff, Kim Delozier, DeAnn DeRamus, Diane DeWeese, Thomas Duck, Kevin Ferral, Sheri Fravel, Karyn Fuiikawa, Nancy Gallop, Irene Garavito, Irma Geesink, Peggy Geesink, Debora Gonzales, Laura Gotto, Kathy Gros- ham, Judy Gray, Karen Greenup, Jeff Grundy, Gary Hagen, Mark Hama, Susan Hansen, Andre Hogan, Robin Hoart, Jeff Huffstetler, Lisa Jeffcoat, Amy Kaplan, Margie Kim, John King, Ingrid Kollin, Barbara Kilarski, Gracie Larrinua, Perrin Lim, Jody Lunquist, ree Mangini, Alfredo Martinez, Martha Martinez, Paula McDermott, Bob McGee, Kent Miller, Amy Mitchell, Shirley Monroe, lngmar Muel- Karen Neff, Cheryl Neshek, Nancy Newell, Phyllis Nishimura, Jenny Noe, Julie Nugent, Matt Ober, Cindy Oberg, Barry O'Brien, Bob lund, Kathy Ohlund, Stanny Oishi, Patricia Palacio, Arthur Park, Dina Parodi, Dale Pathe, Danette Pawlowski, Tim Plunkett, Shirley Pong, 'ten Reece Lois Retherford Corianne Riave Venetia Ricchio Giselle Rocha Griselda Rocha Julie Rogers, Tom Rogers, Marie Russo, lnela Salters, Cheryl Schindler, Karen Schneider, Kim Schnuelle, John Smith, Carol Spillman, Daniel Tabata, Bentley Tam, Donna Thom- , Peter Uhlir, Joyce Werbick, Carolyn West, Diana Whitehead, Brad Woodring, Peter Wong, Beniamin Woo, Douglas Woo, Shirley Woo, ly Yamashita, Betty Yang. V Groups 49 Field Science Club Movin 9 Il THE FIELD SCIENCE CLUB, headed by teacher ofthe year, Tom Winager, is one ofthe most popular and adventurous clubs on campus. The students hold such odd iobs as cleaning biffs, loading and unloading the district truck and cooking food. They go on many excursions including Emma Wood, Palm Springs, Shark Tooth Hill, Capistrano, and Mission Bay. During Easter Vacation the Club takes an annual trip to San Thomas, Mexico. walk CRAIG Yanase, Mike Tafoya, Larry Campa give the lesson in camping Howto Pitch a Tent. LINDA Rogers, Kristie Meyers, Mary D'Andrea, Janet it Bracci having fun. -1 ,, .. , .. , r 'L 5 LORRIE Burns desperately in need of assistance. JON Takahashi and Karen Margosian kicking back at Emma Wood. ....-.. ..4--- ,., . , 4- wg. -V -,,,. ., 1 I Billy Schwerin, Mark Mueller, Greg Vasques, Greg Solomen, Doug Pedersen, Lorrie Burns, Steve Vasques, Jon Takahashi, Brad Woodring, Mike Nakamura, Craig Yanase, Mark Hama, Drew Schultz, Heather Kirkwood, Mike Tafoya, Pam Anderson, Margie Kim, Linda Rupee, Corrine Riave, Matt Ober, Albert Torres, Lynne Topping, Victor Williams, Mikael Larsson, Jana Nelson, Doug Schindler, John King, Peter Ulhier, Mr. Tom Winager, Peter Ysais, Perrin Lim, Katie Beazell, Eileen Word, Kirsten Reese, Jenny Noe, Karen Everly, Judy Gray, Gina Natoli, Karen Greenup, Teresa Smith, Kathy Coyle, Zandi Baker, Donna Thomson, Debbie Alvarado, Sonia Barba, Laurie Bramlett, Kristie M ,,,Sf'3?,,. . ci .Y 1, ,, -g - I . -I , ,. ,M , 'r , --. ,-,A ,- W -XM ,.. . A .A ,, Myers, Mary D'Andrea, Janrt Bracci, Cris Seitz, Eliane -:fr rx mg A-ffs-',f 2-'iff-F 4, 3511..1"32,,5:,- 1 L- A -' ' swt,?itfz'Q1g,lg. . T Oyhenhart, Grace Larrinua, Andi Otannez, Kathy A ?1-fmifb' .1 fcjgiefv-seg 1 ' A ,f.. . ,':,Sg,311,k Lg-gag., Vanbrabant, Leigh Richards. 1-1 --n '-1 ' ' '-- 5554- V-'l Ae' 2 JY'i': M LKQIT- 5O Field Science Clubs To Broaden t Minds 11:conQmmans:,. . had .1 ' 1 '1"i:l"33'3 555' Vigil. I w ' I br V, . :Nik meter . l L l INTEREX - Top Row: Mikael Larsson, Nancy Burnette, Alfredo Martinez. Row 2: Leticia Escalante, Nadine Suto, Shannon Eggleston, Brad Woodring. Row 3: Shirley Pong, Irene Garavito, Janene Ariyasu, Shirley Monroe, Cheryl Schindler. Front Row: Kirsten Reece, Lourdes Perez, Giselle Rocha, Sue Damon, Griselda Rocha. ESTELLA Esteves, Amy Mitchell and Lori Miller look for prospective ice block racers. BACH - John Smith, Jamie Salafia, Richard Horie, Nancy Burnett, David Dayhuff, Jenny Noe, Jim Kimmick. MULTI MEDIA - John Maynard, Larry Merkle, Lennie Link, Lyle Neilson, Bob Igna, Brian Scott, Kevin Baxter, Pat Biswell, Rudy Reyes, Dave Singer, Mark Fernandez. READERS THEATER - Marcie Holguin lMartinezl, Andrea Reeves, Kathy Drew, Tim Fesler. Groups 51 We Put It All Togethel ANNUAL STAFF - Stacy Hope, Dina Parodi, Laurie Tracey, Lori Miller, Lynne Topping iEditori, DeAnn DeRamus, Penny Welch. Lavon Hunter lAdvisori, Jesus Barajas, Cathy Parker, Faith Hurley, Jennifer Renteria, Janice Unitt and Donna Duarte. Not Shown: Chris Hecht, Silvia Hernandez, Cheryl Rickman, Denise Ryder. JESUS Baraias draws layouts. LYNNE Topping - Editor-in-Chief, off to get names for pictures. JANICE Unitt works on cropping pictures for layouts. 52 Annual Staff u xy! L,...g"1r K K X x nxw qunsaf, ' J- QSM fd? sinus!! 1, M 'Hg W.. '1luu,..,, Y V-A Some Wear, Some Writ the , LETTERMEN - The only stud club on campus is headed by Mr. Walt Martin, naturally. The club consists of Wilson's most athletic young men. Their two main functions for the year were the annual Donkey- basketball game and the Varsity-Faculty game. Steve Cubillas, Kevin Ray, Billy Schwerin, Bob Spalione, Carlos Castro, Matt Ford, Leonard Flores, Angel Figeroa, Mort Glisson, Earl Williams, Dion King, Pete Uhlir, Mike Harmon, Kevin Baxter, Phil Flores, Anthony Amorelli, Greg Vasques, Al Torres, Bill Salazar, Pete Beattie, Ricky Zepeda, Doug Schindler, Rusty Roberts, Steve Vasquez, Don McCoy, Greg Solomon, Mike Dzubnar, Steve Nilancler, Paul Fabian and Dave Trinkle. PAW PRINTS - This staff of literary intellects is in charge of putting out the bi-weekly publication that keeps students in tune with what is happening around campus. lt is under the direction of Mrs. Candice Stevens. Paul Skill, Kevin Baxter, Lois Retherford, Joe Collins, Sue Wilson, Rochelle Ridgeway, Steve Nylander, Pam Salters, Rick Zepeda, Barry Van Buren, Alfred Balderas, Carrie Roberts, Trica Figeroa, Heidi Allison, David Helton, Tom Coniglio, Brian Buetthen, Mike Harmen, Terk Husbands, Andi Wilson, Carlos Castro, Matt Oben, Mrs. Stephens, Matt Ford, Michelle Rubin, Allen Wiess, Manny Nunes. www Groups 5,1 , . .. ,gk , ,, fi ' IM Hlflgi' HK X H in fi? was , - ,,-X S MIM? . . Y 4,1 ' - X , ,...ff 1 ,1 ur A .. Groups Root And Shoot .1 '1'.1'l4-,g'ig'ij5g1f.1,,,, 9.4, . .1 I . lim.. 1. ' -1 .. .. 1' 1-..1'., 1.x .1 . '- ' .fs ...E .,ff'f112.. 1 .A 1 1 Q.. 1 , .. .. 11 . A.. .F11 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1' L"- . ju '. .2 ... VV.. A I 1 Ar ,L 1,151-.Y .1 , . I .Msgs . :ff 11 " .gy K . V ' . 1. -' 'T,?E'5..1.' - 1. ' ... .z.j,1 .. ,..'..j:h 1. We-.H 1. 1. ' 1. . . 1. ,s L . .1 if-1. is.. 'f?"v ..' 1. 'x GREG Smith getting a dental check, "Open wide and say a-h-h-h!" PHOTO Club: This consists of members who have completed a year of photography. The club is advised by Mr. Wong. DOUG Rauh, Mike McClure, Luis Ordonez, Ralph Juarez, Scott Jones, Robert Kruse, Jim Soto, Manny Nunes, John Rauh, Geoff Deluna, Sandy Jones, Janet Bracci, Theresa Schenfeld, Dawn Foster. PEP CLUB: The Pep Club is a group of energetic girls who help promote school spirit. CHERYL Pellerin, Athena Chaffin, Cari Alvarez, Melissa Briggs, Petra Alluis, Rosemarie Rodriquez, Darlene Perea, Terrie Taylor, Desiree Perea, Diane Parks, Brenda Vanderwerff, Melinda Dayhuff, Jodi Goldberg, Kim Diamond, Jill Case, Johanne Chatel, Leticia Escalante, Jean lgna, Laura Fernadez, Carmen Clark. ' SENIOR class float, "The year of the catl" l Groups 55 pirit Shows In Enthusiastic Clubs T VARSITY GIRLS CLUB - Valeri Vance, Toni Natoli, Cecil Laiia, VicI Regalado, Cindy Bailey, Gayle Mifum Gail Nevarov, Lisa Walton, Shirle Pong, Michelle Buchanan, lrm Geesink, Heidi Allison, Yvette Menese Cindy Oberg, Debbie Castanedi Laurie Tracey, Mary Duran, Franc Navi GRAPHICS - Sonia Gentry, Sheri Delaney, Dion King, David Ramire. Brad Aguilu, Pat Biswell, Denn Barrilleaux, Club Advisor, Clyc Stoneman, John Lees, Claytc Carpenter, Louie Valdez, Clarke Rube Paul Skill, Bill Kennedy, Tony Bolano Don Behrns, John McKeIvey, Ku Schupp fl ELECTRONICS - Paul Grayless, Mr. Pierce, Steve Wartman, Jim Kimmick, Rick Hines, David Munoz. HEIDI Allison prepares to smash the ball across the net. 56 Groups : .I V, H is A xi . 5 ,,,zf.,?ff "',-3, . sfsag. YQ"- rr, - . -,.1 -- 3 za ea Sh , . -LS? , ..- sj- W: -E-"' ee, ss, A'-Jiri Many Clubs Study Cultures AMER. ASIA - Dan Tabata, Ben Woo, John Sheen, Lucy Sheen, Silvia Tan, Jennifer Tan, Jae hoon Cho, Mike Nakamura, Nadine Suto, Stanny Oishi, Craig Yanase, Greg Berget, Carolynn Kodama, Marc Miyasato, Oliver Tan, Art Park, Leanne Yee, Eric Hoey, Shirley Pong, Bently Tam, Greg Kubo, Susie Wu, Gayle Mifune, Teri Lau, Margie Kim, Pam Lew, Doug Woo, Mark Hama. Not Pictured: Shirley Woo, Mr. Glen Ozaki - Advisor. B.S.U. 4- WANDA Davies, O'Neal Daves, George Lucas, Linda Smith, Byron Bonner, Rico Davies, Diane Keller, Denise Hart, Toni Lazurs, Jamie Hannible, Terri Green, Felica Lee. MECHO - DIANA Melgoza, Annette Tarin, Helen DeBaca, Rosemary Jimenez, Estella Estevez, Cecilia Laiia, Ranee Deloza, Gina Lugo, Lauriana Sainz, Antonia Velarde, Debbie Velarde, Carmen Martinez. LINDA Smith, and Felicia Lee find Wildcat antics very amusing. CHRISTINA Jaramillo is all smiles today. n-1 V, rqga' . -V Groups 57 A.S.B. Makes It Work l 14 I. Q . ,.,Y as P , at gkg 2-1 is "ft-if 58 A.S.B. kgs, The Student council governs and conducts the business ofthe Associated Student Body. This year's senate was made up of hard-working individuals who deserve to be recognized. They work on their own class activities as well as working together ta plan campus functions. Members ofthe A.S.B. Cabinet are: Diane Wilson board representative and senior senator, Jana Nelson senior senator, Pam Campbell senior senator, Dena Fevela Secretary, Adriana Piedrahita commissioner publicity, Peter Uhlir commissioner - finance, Belia Sanchez Commissioner Sales. Pam Lew rally commissioner, Estella Estevez commissioner ol social activities. Patty Myers alumni commissioner. Working hard on Unity, Spirit, and Pride were the senators' main goals. The senate meets every day fourth period. They plan many activities such as dances and assemblies. Trying to get students who haven't and normally aren't involved in senate was the purpose of homeroom representatives. DIANE WILSON, Jana Nelson, Pam Campbell, Dena Fevela, Adriana Piedrahita, Peter Uhlir, Belia Sanchez, Pam Lew, Estella Estevez, and Patty Myers. , g.enff.4...ma-fs.. , E ...Q --H--Q 2-5 .QV ,. Wil!!! .ilill s '- L X ILVV wig' f . lil! ., 95,19 3 1 i Ill 'L V ' 1 , A..-A Q u .lr 1, In 1' ,J . A J1- 3 . if " f I H h ,-fm f 4 ' f - . Q 9 4 :Qc A f O l 9 Q i ,950 S0 N Q -V4-A Qi-New A , f ? Q 5 Q. v 1 .,V' , fr N 'gp E' 0 ,QC 1 QL.. 60 Sports -1+ I -ii 3 S p orts Sports Sports Sports Sierra Lea ue Champs Wilson's cross country has a very strong team. School workouts started September 7, but most runners ran all summer. Some ran on trails 'up in the hills for a constant hour twice a day. Others were able to push themselves to run a hundred miles a week. School work-outs consisted of twenty quarters, an equal of five miles daily. The Varsity team usually will run together and try to get the slower runners to stay up front so they will learn how to keep pace with the quicker ones. The Cats made a great showing at Mount SAC as they placed three runnersjn the top ten, making all Sierra League first and 2nd teams. The charge was led by senior, Kevin Baxter and senior co-captain, Greg Winters in times of 10:35 ischool recordi and 10:42 respectively. They placed fifth and sixth overall followed by a super sophomore, Steve Cubillias in 10:48, placing ninth overall. Tom Robbins placed highly in thirteenth with a iunior record of 10:57. These performances plus Bobby Golenors 23rd place finish clinched the Sierra League Varsity Cross Country title! During the CIF Pre-lims the Cats had a very good race, good enough to gain the finals. The team was led by Greg Winters at 10:37, and Kevin Baxter right behind him with a 10:39. Tom Robbins came in 30th with 'Steve Cabillias'31 st, running at 1 1 :OO min., each, added with Bob GoIenor's strong 43rd place finish, put the Cats in 5th place in the fastest heat of the day. During the CIF Finals the Cats' squad had to run against the best cross-country teams in Southern California. Varsity posted an excellent team time of 54:49 at the tough Mount SAC course to place 8th overall in CIF. They proved how good they really were. The Media and other sierra league teams rated Wilson fourth place, however, with great determination, spirit and good attitudes, not to mention the skill, the Wildcats came out number one!!! :FFT 1 ,H Ax at Q N. 0 I I .Q 'a sal' 3- .4--I .f 1 if Qi" ,H ' , Ri . ,mm , 5"!3"?,yz:?.'?E.wf'r 3 f S 4 f"'1+.:'f pf ,Ji-5 f 1. i 'e ' ,.....ir,,7 -'vm--,,. -f fl - " A , .-1, 11 " "'-wwe 1 .qui 4,,,- -. -s L QW. X VK . . fu! ,, .1 f .,,, .uf Q QS 71, ff- A-ae., - - ' - ,, .A Jn? , ..,,,- it-mga V u " .JY ' .-. -f, A, xl.. VARSITY X-COUNTRY MEMBERS - Ben Diaz, Bob Golenor, Joe D'Amato, Tom Robbins, Steve Cubillos, Kevin Baxter, Greg Winters, Cooch Johnny Aranas. Cross Country 63 J. V. Stars Contribute To Varsity's Success This year's J.V. cross country team started out to a fantastic beginning. ln fact the boys on the team were so good that half of them were placed on the Varsity team. After that the remaining J.V. team went into decline, losing all their following meets. Some ofthe star runners were Tom Duck, Mike Cahow, John Serrano and Clayton Carpenter. 64 Cross Country .4 ., Q .L tv fx . '. ' -Ll 7' 'Pvc F' iffy-' 7 K self1g'4??-T,5t'57..l'.-...lbwW .-:Jf.e.4Qsaii4w l 4 l l Q! 1.4 .. 5.1 '. V. Stars Constribute To Varsity's Success Aka P.,-.Y JOHN Nava strives to keep ahead of his opponent. JOHN Cline struggles to keep his pace and not let his Edgewood opponent pull ahead of him. TOM Duck, Gabe Hernandez and Mike Cohow almost to the finish line. WILDKITTENS - Merideth Carpenter, Martha Mora, Kathy Swanson, Cindy Oberg, Ann Linde, Nanette Beaman, and Valery Vance. FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRY - Luis Ordonez, Louie Quesada, Jimmy Cubillas, Bernard DelRosairo. Back Row: Gary Ganzer, Walter Dehmer, Mike Nowell, Mark Weiner. Not Pictured: Clayton Carpenter. Cross Country 65 '94 J ,AI .. V ' " 90?- Sr 'laifif fcfqt, P7 1' '- 4, 7 53 5 vi -' '! 11's 'Q' I T gl 9' Q85 Tak ' Rl '5 x u f , 9' N ga- .. K 1 5 A i 1 Vo rsify Football 67 Ca ts Womp Warriors With high expectations of a winning season, defeat lowered Wildcats spirits. The Varsity football team had something against them from the very start. They played with all the skill and determination they had, but they were out-sized by most of the opposing teams in the league. Fired up against the number l C.l.F. contenders, the Wildcats hosted the Huskies but fell to a dramatic 14- 20 defeat. The fire soon smoldered as the Cats continued their losing streak against West Covina and Los Altos. Spirits lifted as the Wildcats womped the Warriors on L.P.'s home turf 25-13. The 'I977-78 team promises to improve upon their 6-l record. Returning lettermen Peter Beattie, Butch Spalione and Don Bowley expect to provide the necessary boost for the Wildcats bid at the Sierra League title. 'R Y 68 Varsity Football THE JUNIOR Varsity football had an impressive record this season. They started their season with a 14-24 loss to 'South Hills however, they came back to trample the La Puente Warriors 32-3. Their loss to West Covina 8-l 8, was soon followed by another to Glendora, 18-32. The season picked up with a 34-0 shutout against Edgewood and with Covina forfeiting. With our forfeiting to Los Altos, the season ended in a 3-4-O league record. The team then voted runningback Greg Vasquez Most Valuable player because of his tremendous yardage record. Coach Lee Fair did a fine iob with this team when it is considered they would not even know who the team members would be until the day before the game. Also, they would have only one hour's practice separate from Varsity and ten minutes in which to learn the plays used by the JV team. CX Q Q .5 l Football 69 Record Set: 1 - The 1976 football season was a most successful one for the dominant Sophomore team. Wildcats hold- ing with a 7-2-0 record to complete the season shows outstanding prospects for the Varsity next year. The highlight of their victories was a 20-6 win over the high spirited Los Altos team. Ending the year with a remark- able five game shut-out and now withstanding a two year record of 15-3-0. Halfback John Gomez gained an unbelievable 934 yards for the team while fullback Mark Blackley accumulated 51 points. As for the teams opponents - we scratched out La Serna 20-0, Prowled around South Hills I2-0, Leaped over Royal Oak 20-0, Blew l.a Puente away at I4-0, and totally bruised Edgewood 38-0. With an outcome like this the Sophomore team is sure to be at the top for years to come. - - v . :fi I -.vu-1 X 104,- 433 11 Ray Amicone, Kevin Baker, Mark Blackley, Manuel Cane, John Casas, Gino Cassella, Mike Clifford, Fernando Dominguez, Raul Estevez, Mike Figueroa, Mike Fontenot, Greg Gardiner, George Gonzales, Jon Gomez, Tim Harmon, Sheldon Hawkins, Mark Hedge, Joe Hengste- beck, Greg Kvochak, Ernie Laiia, Hassem Linaros, Rick Lopatriello, Randy Lummer, Allen Marti- nez, Able Medina, Richard Noon, Randy Nordstrom, Tom Odgers, Tony Odriozola, Dale Pathe, Faustino Ramirez, Peter Ramirez, David Serrano, Steve Spalione, Mike Sumpter, Frank Ward, Wilson Wong. 70 Sophomore Football Championship Awa y V2 Game The Freshman football team completed the 1976 season with a successful 6-2-'l record. The pre-season saw the frosh post a mediocre l-I mark with a win over La Serna and a disappointing loss to Royal Oak. The team seemed to iell, however, with the start of the league season. A solid defense led by Co-Captain Mark Nill held opponents to a total of 20 points in seven games, while the offense was cranking out an average of 'l5 points per game. The highlights of the season came in the final game against undefeated cross-town rival Los Altos. A pass from Co-Captain Scott Brown to Mike Miranda set up the games only touchdown, scored by all around star Leo Sibayan, and a 8-0 victory. The final league record was 5-l-'I and only a half game away from a consecutive league championship. Freshman Football 71 "WE'RE all eyes," right boys. MARK Blackley showing full strength against our Glenclora opponent. PAUL Park pinning down Glendora. MIKE Dzubnar shows great holding ability against the other team. GARY Armstrong demonstrate a fine finish for our Wilson team. sii!,. f , - .-.-nr-:Quql11'gi s 72 Wrestling KM -fav eg,-3 .5 5.31 ,Q 3' 'cr' G Q-::': -1 ees., 5 E , ii-2-2 7- 7- -7 ---- 2 1 -- l l .,--"' A Wrestlers Fall To Sierra Competition Hard physical training and calisthenics was the schedule helped to increase endurance in the wrestling team. Under the guidance of coaches Gomiella Baker and Jerry Cochran, the team learned techniques and various holds to improve possibilities of winning. The wrestlers found the Sierra league competition to be stiff. Unable to grasp many wins, the cats recorded a 2-5 record. Team captains were Mike Dzubnar, Greg Solomon and Jesus Ramirez. The team was mostly made up of Juniors who lettered varsity. The wildcats hope to be more impressive in future years. Awards given out at the banquet went to most valuable - Greg Solomon, most inspirational - Mark Blackly, most improved - Ben Woo and coaches award -- Frank Ward. Four players went on to league finals, Carl Williams took second, Mike Dzubnar - second and Gary Armstrong and Frank Ward held second and third place marks respectfully. Ellz Fiafigs - A' , oo ' W A Vg 5 Hrynezuk 178 Joe 194 Greg 1 :HQ Williams gets tired playing Mr. Untangle. Wrestling team get-together in a show of spirit iust before the game. . N is RSITY WRESTLING TEAM - Gomelia Baker, Jesus Ramirez, Larry Merkel, Frank Ward, Pullce, Mike Dzubnar, Mark Blackley, Jerry Cochran, Al Martinez, Greg Solomon, Paul Bob Hrynezuk, Mike Fontenot, Gary Armstrong, Carl Williams, Ben Woo, and Elias lores. OMELIA Baker gives Carl Williams some advice on how to pin his opponent. ',., Wrestling 73 Gra p pl ers I1 Top , .. -H MITCH Clinkenbeord rolls over his opponent. SCOTT Harrington being congratulated by Dave Vasquez and Mark Martinez for a successful bout. DAVE Vasquez shows how strong he can be. ART Fuentes strangles his opponent. SCOTT Brown stuffs his face after his turn to wipe out the other team. Coach Cochran was very impressed with his '77 J.V. wrestling team, with a 4-3 record. The most valuable player was Pete Ramirez and most improved was Jeff Ricchio. Also adding to their winning campaign was Gus Vasques 4-1 and Butch Spalione. The teams victories were much deserved, and helped a lot to boost the morale of the group. The boys played enthusiastically all season, showing next years team may be promising. 74 JV Wrestling 4 Q Q f begs? MITCH Clinckbeard is in a clincher. MIKE Spalione shows some Wilson talent. GUS Vasquez, Scott Brown, Art Fuentes, Mike Spalione, Mike Tafoya, Pete Ramirez rest up for their turn to wipe out the other team. J.V. Wrestling: Stuart Gilder, Scott Harrington, Dave Vasquez, Bill Stonis, Dan Vasquez, Blake Woodring, Scott Brown, Matt Baca, Russ Nelson, Art Fuentes, Gus Vasquez, Don Bowley, Mitch Clinkenbeard, Mike Tafoya, Mark Martinez, Pete Ramirez, John Howry, Bart Woodring, Mike Fontenot, Mike Spalione, Jeff Ricchio. , . JV Wrestling 75 PHIL FLORES grabs the rebound. PETER BEATTIE tries to block the South Hills basket as Phil Flores blocks from the back. EARL WILLIAMS lays-up another one. MIKE FERNANDEZ savagely keeps the ball from Covina hands and prepares to pass to Phil Flores. Opposite Page: SPIRITED fans pack the gym at the Wilson Covina game. STEVE NYLANDER and Andy Beaman rush up to aid Phil Flores during the South Hills game. COACH FRED Miller talks over third quarter strategy while the songleaders entertain crowd. 76 Varsity Basketball Wildcats Surprise Leagueg 1 0- As the league started all the teams in the Sierra League were evenly matched. The Wildcats opened with five consecutive wins over Edgewood, Glendora, West Covina, South Hills, and La Puente but dropped the next game to Covina in overtime by two points. The Wildcats then fell to Los Altos by five points to end the first round of play. The second round was a repeat of the first with Los Altos and Covina tying for first in the League and the Wildcats taking third and being invited to the CIF playoffs. This season the Wildcat fans have seen great bas- ketball from the Wilson Cagers. After four years Coach Fred Miller brings the team to CIF action. The entire starting lineup, Phil Flores, Mike Fernandez, Dion King, Earl Williams, and Clarence Hawkins, was nominated for High School All American. Much of our success can be credited to the encour- aging enthusiasm of the crowds. Few games went by without that certain group, under the leadership of Frank Michinock, yelling and cheering until they were unable to talk. The all-out spirit and pure enthusiasm they brought out in the fans surely encouraged our team into the playoffs. WILSON VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM -- Lennie Link lmanagerj, Steve Nylander, Peter Beattie Ross Gubler Mike Fernandez, John Serrano, Dave Trinkle. Next Row Clarence Hawkins Dion King, Earl Williams, Victor Williams. Reclining: Phil Varsity Basketball 77 DAVID Serrano 44553 and his teammates stay ready to block the opponents. DAVID Serrano iumps for a shot which goes un. LARRY Sotomayor shoots toward the basket as the rest look on. BRUCE Kirby iumps high in the air to give the ball to the team. DAVID Serrano works out their strategy and shoots for the basket. JV Basketball LARRY Sotomayer tries to iump higher and get the ball for Wilson LARRY Sotomoyer woits for the ball to be passed to him WILSON gets 2 more points to odd to the score LARRY Sotomoyer prepares to shoot a basket , Y sss WW L L1 I -1- ! f 0 1- ,, A GROUP of excited fans cheer on the Basketball game. J.V. WILDCATS warm up before the game. J.V. WILDCATS wait impatiently for Jerry Montana to make a basket. TOM Crtega trying to get ready for a "purrr- feet" shot. WILDCAT Bruce Kirby claws the ball. , aw?-f f 1' iw: ff,. 5- f -' vfll, 1 .':- . fy V 80 Basketball . , .......,.-.......--c K , .1 gy? ,H A I I Sophomore Record 1 1-1 1 ABITAT' of :EW practice shots before the game." CE Kirby struggles to make a basket while his South Hills opponent closes in on him . MRAKICH, Jonathan Cutler, Tom Ortega, Sheldon Hawkins, Bruce Kirby, Ed Castenon, e Serrano, Mark Miyasato, Mike Hamersly, Andy Jaenichen, Larry Sotomoyor, Brion een, Jerry Montana. Sophomore Basketball Team. df! we tt- . f- ., ' .1 1, . - 1 , -Y , ,, , 1-71 JOHN Serano leaps over a hurdle putting him in good field position. STEVE Cubillas runs out in front of his opponent. AGAIN we see Hossem Linares use his quick feet to move him to the ve... .,,,, is zffqf, su Afv F Nw, - finish line. GREG Winters is shown tired but still willing to do his part in the meet. im' f ,,,,,,g-avi' 1 1. ' ami . gs3sf'g1sf,' Fx 'V ,- I ff U funiors Lead Speed Even ts MD' M--..,, X I ., - fwf- Q I l ...nw- , 7 l ', , ' - ,, ar " ' V ' 1 -4- J..5',.f.iVyie1- -fr 'I' ,f VY- ' '-'it' . f' ei' - 'gy'-'fret t.f:.x:.1 .. fp? lf ant..-all--J' .firm 11-Q'f2'f"f' .. ' ' '- ' 'WY'-r ,J Lgtw- ,. . ...eq- -A. ..., ,, 5 ,V -fr l- . ,., up ' wx ',f Z' wsu .2 av. 1 1-artzfii-r if 5 .- - .. ,-1.1-ee A 'gff?'?H1f" 41' ".49 ' vi' A strong team of iuniors led the Wildcat cause in the speed events this year, promising an even better season next year. Underclassmen, Gary Morales and John Serrano, looked strong in the 330 low hurdles while Serrano and Danny Salazar grabbed important points over the 120 yard barners. Senior Steve Nylander and iunior Mark Hama ran impressively in the l00 and also combined with Salazar and Frank Michinock to complete the 440 yard relay. Steve Dawson was the teams' top long sprinter in '77, turning in five times in both the 220 and 440. Jon Takahashi was the most valuable man onthe JV squad. "Taco" ran the 120 high hurdles, the 220 and the consideration. Jesus Sotelo was also an important asset to the JV's this year, competing in iust about everything. TRACK stars Danny Salazar, Jon Takahashi and John Serrano leap through the air. GREG WINTERS comes in for a finish. KENT MILLER puts everything he has into his . iump. CAESAR .IARA easily clears the bar at 6 ft. 6 in. in this pole vaulting attempt. VICTOR WILLIAMS clears the high jump bar "western roIl" style. USING all his power and might, Anthony Ramirez concentrates on throwing the shot- put as far as possible. PUTTING both feet forward as he leaps across the long iump pit, David Serrano clears 20 feet easily. ' H --v-H 11- qw-nvnuwf-w-5,3 i,,,,,-,i s, ..NQ,E-mi, nga 'ad' ,sp K 11, uhh , . ..1,d ,tsg , K. 5 ewes- x+""-1--'-""' 1. A .., li L.. -1-M. '5- 'QW Field Events Prove Decisive Led by David Serrano, the field events proved decisive in many a meet for the Wilson team in 1977. Serrano scaled a school record in 42'7" in the triple iump, a team leading l9'l I " in the long iump and a fine 5'8" high iump in aiding the Wildcat cause. Kent Miller provided adequate back-up in the horizontal iumps, while Mark Moritz and Paul Carroll gave the team a dependable pair of six foot high iumpers. The pole vault was another-strong event, boasting a trio of 1 1'6" vaulters. Pat Hayes l12'6"J, Rick Holt ll l'6"J and Ralph Schwerber ll l'6"j turned in strong performances week after week. Brian Buettner in the discus and Tom Odgers in the shot put added valuable points to the teams effort in an otherwise weak year for the weightmen. ' The Wildcats' field event dominance doesn't stop on the varsity level, however, as several superior marks have been recorded on the lower levels. Caesar Jara has performed spectacularly inthe pole vault, while Victor Williams and Steve Barba have constantly cleared 5'2" in the high iump. Steve Juarez, Anthony Parmirez and Tim Harmon could be counted on for strong efforts in the throwing events while leapers Steve Caddick, Don McCoy, Robert Glasco and Dave Yount rounded out the field event competitors. ng, F mm 'i' , M 'tw-fb.. , . SCHOOL RECORD event holder 0 .lohn Arona: One Mule Run Doug Boswell Two Mule Run Doug Boswell ,V ,QA -ag. Z sw W? ff A fross Country Lea ue 'W -0 Track ch Cole Foster, Jon Takahashi, Bobby Golenor, Steve Dawson, Frank Michinock, Steve Nylander, Dave ana, Rick Holt, Tam Robbins, Tim Harmon, Doug Sweeney, Coach John Rickewalcl, Coach John rennon, Kent Miller, Gabe Hernandez, Scott Baker, Caesar Jara, Marco Cubillas, Clayton Carpenter, Greg ters, Kevin Baxter, John Serrano, Tom Duck. 3rd Row: Victor Williams, Seth Glasco, Joe D'Amato, Mark lsato, Ben Diaz, Steve Cubillas, Gary Morales, Danny Salisa, Ralph Schwerber, Mark Moritz. 4th Row: 'e Barba, Kurt Samu, Mark Cuddick, Mike Moranda, Tim Odgers, Mitch Parrish, Randy Nordstrom, Tony asi, Jessie Sotello, Frank Rodrigues. 5th Row: Mike Harmon, Rocky Witmire, Mark Weiner, Luis Ordonez, Cubillas, Robert Carlos, Bernard Del Rosario, Hasim Lanerias, Mike Cahow, Mark Hama. 6th Row: Wall r mer, Mark Magrum, Eric Wood, Walt Bagdasarin, Steve Juarez, Anthoney Ramirez, Art Abutia, John 'a, Duane Cleveland, Nanette Bierman, Pam Lew, David Yount. 7th Row: Henry Goran, Brian Buettener, 1 Dellis, Mr. Tom Winegar. who "X 'Al5"'f'v ,' , li, 1 I 'l .. Q.. - , 7.-.-n3.' ' .-'9' fx Ji! - J - I - ps. ' .N . Quns l A sry, - ' . ' ' 1..- Champs Turn Following a league championship cross country season, Wilson's Harrier squad turned to the track for the spring season. Tom Robbins, Ben Diaz and Jon Serrano manned the 880 while Greg Winters was the Wildcat's main starter in the mile. Sophomore record holder Steve Cubillas and senior Kevin Baxter took on all comers in the schedules' longest event, the two mile. On the Junior Varsity level, Tom Duck recorded a best of 2:1 2.8 in the 880. Joe D'Amato's 4:59 mile led all competitors in that event, while Mike Cahow and Gabe Hernandez turned in excellent performances in the two mile. Several bright new stars arose this season on the Frosh-Soph level. Bob Golenor and Mark Weiner turned in fast half mile marks to compliment the solid times in the mile of Luis Ordonez and Jim Cubillas. Weiner, Ordonez and Cubillas ran the two mile, also, completing several exhausting afternoons on the oval. ,make - :-x 'lap .. 1 , . 1 .Q V Sportsmanship Develops Alon Wi th Skills . J? Q99 5999 was CHRIS Burrel about to kick the ball for a goal. ERNIE Laiia races for the ball. CHRIS Burrel fights for the ball. V . J.V. SOCCER TEAM - Ernie Laiia, Willie Damon, Dave Soriano, Ernie Chavira, Russ Stanonis, Lee Nielsen, Greg Redman, Mike Larsson, Paul Barber, John Oxarart, Art Lespron, Sandy Licari, Al Martinez, Manual Valenzuela, Brad Taylor, Walter Dehmer, Mike Luion, Dean Degruccio, Ray Vagas, Mike Smith, Juan Thpia, Bill Kenidy, Jim Shiflet, James Aragon, Amthomey Tafoya, Mark Stonick, Joe Fadden, Shawn Pelot, Kevin Cox, Scott Bartlett, Jeff Scroggin, Mark Gomez Contain. 'NSW Y A - ,:,- .....-1-,,-Q.,-f 3 , , ' f. Illia-thrf1grff.'....' ' W, 1, V ya. 521-f 2nsau'a'!w5rt'4'e911""?:cfr1w:s+1.'frf- -da ' ""'fhi4-'.s ,lfv . This year Wilson had another out- standing season. Soccer gained much popularity and respect. However, little did participants realize that this sport would become a most successful event. Valuable experience and teamwork was the maior goal of our non-stop Soccer team. Good soccer can not be played by o team of individuals. It is a team sport and a team effort. The Wild- cats played with all the skill and deter- mination they had, led by starters Leo Mercado, Gus Lua, Hugo Mercado, and Don McCoy. The team displayed good sportsmanship and fine talent. Wilson proved to be the top team in the league. The season was capped off by a close loss to La Puente. The Wildcats tied for first in the league with Glen- dora and La Puente, to give way to Wil- son in CIF Competition. VARSITY SOCCER TEAM - Don Schlesinger, Albert Monteiano, Pat Biswell, Faustino Ramirez, Chris Tapp, Kent Miller, Mike Kollin, Bill Salazar, Greg Halverstadt, Paul Garavito, Tom Marion, Frank Salazar, Victor Garcia, Don McCoy, Arthur Park, Jesse Sotelo, Leo Mercado, Gus Lua, Joe Marinez, Hugo Mercado, Chris Burruel, Jorge Contreras. GREG Halverstadt going for a goal. BILL Salazar keeping the ball away from his opponent. LEO Mercado, Kent Miller and Tom Marion leaving the field after a good game. GREG Halverstadt ahead of them all. GUS Lua trying to recover the soccer ball. 5 Q l ara-iQ"K' iii ikil N: A Fvfswi... 1 ' ww ,W .. . 'W' M W 'wfuf.:,:tv'iKig:1'1f:x':giQggggM :e1 -- ,..,...ae..2fi. . . 90 Snnrfs 'iff- KA FN, x Sprin port ! I N X W ,.x cl 'S t in 'A , u I l ' r Y 1 y, -. .4 f , , . Q' A ,.,.- . sn- af A Y -.....-...... 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Wildcats continued their losing streak against Los Altos, West Covina, Covina and South Hillsl Holding Infield positions were Greg Solomon, first base, Mark Glaab, second, Pete Beattie, Mike Ward and Mike Figueroa alternating shortstop, and Kevin Hoy, third base. Center field was grounded by Chuck Ciorlieri, right field, Mike Ward and Bill Schwerin and left field, Angel Figueroa. Catching duties were performed by Albert Torres and Jim Stanton. Terry Baptista, Pete Beattie, Mike Ward, Mike Figueroa and David Trinkle held up the mound. A CHUCK CIORLIERI practicing bunting. Varsity Baseball Team: Paul Fabian, Mike Ward, Terry Baptista, Bill Schwerin, Peter Beattie, Jim Stanton, David Trinkle, Kevin Hoy, Albert Torres, Mr. Fred Long, Rodney Fontenot, Chuck Ciorlieri, Mike Figeroa, Greg Soloman, Mark Glaab, Mark Ruff, Angel Figueroa. ' 'L 1 l I I ! i i i I l l 'I l I 1 X I m JV Baseball: MR. Schlesinger, Frank Ward, Anthony Amorelli, Robbie Meadows, Breh Bodensledt, Guy Garrison, MIKE Harmon, Dave Hawkins, Eric Fabrizo, Bob Gallagher, .lon Gomez, Jeff Street, CHARLES Torres, George Gonzales, Dale Paihe, Doug Waifman. FROSH-Soph Baseball: Q Al Gomez, Vince Portesi, Steve Dufra, Eugene Bowan, Mark Gomez, Jeff Scroggin, Mark Neil, Bill Diorlien, Scott Brown, Charlie Neuhaffen Coach Goralski, Greg Kvochak, Paul Siordahl, Jeff Meyer, Raul Madrid, Chip Fisher, Sieve Myers, John McGann, Mike Knoll. , 218' yy 1 -150 ef L. l ,, 'Y W W bqxlsgql 1X5 I 21 55 ,fgsfsw 43 Fefe -n A.. P HW. , ., if ANTHONY Amorelli returns up field after Wildcats complete three outs. BOB Gallagher is ready for any ball that comes his way. ERIC Fabrizo returns to his 2nd base position. JON Gomez hits a line drive down 3rd base. ak X A1 N, 5 aw. ,Z .X-4g,04,x-gafv::fz':v5-f4fwf':1" ,nw p.-.N Am- +4-:!.,.,,.... 9 My .Bw-d.,-N . m. xy, 1 , ,V Love S Nothing EDDIE Lozano puts everything in his serve. DAVID Bollen tries to make a return. WHILE Bob McKennon concentrates on his serve, his brother Mike awaits their opponents' return. JV Team: Coach Ralph Milhiser, Doug Woo, Mike Marshel, Bob Ohlund, Manny Nunes, Claudio Weinstein, Peter Ysais and Gary Hagen. Just ut Putting JOE MOODY gets ready to drive the ball down the fairway. TEAM MEMBERS: Eric Tereski, Fred Saldana, Matt Schneider, Pete Campbell, Jeff Formino, Tim Murray, David Treio, Daniel Jimenez, Kevin McClure, Mr. Jim Baucher, David Hubler, Mike D'Virgilio, Joe Moody, Tom Watson, Greg Griffin, Ross Biddle, Jay Parodi, Matt Ford. MR. JIM BAUCHER demonstrates his stand and position to students. DAVID TREJO posing for the camera. 'fats Jw KY X n, 421:-"'f - 'ii gg E. f eiisiis' , 1-6 L, K s, , firms 33,5 Z ., ..-PM . 441 .,. 'f pe lu- ,-361 Nl .,. ' . ,. L. we-L-V s-Lb .-,Q . ... J' .01 , ,., 4 - g-. . . Q A 'Kg , V' - .,,,- I K U, , vw' -l-, -..,.. .. . . A - ..- --.lugs a , V f 'ff' ,, -4- "5 H -1 '-"-1, ,r ,. tv? 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JEFF Formino and David Hubler go fo The next tee. ONE of Matt Ford's goofy shois. MIKE D'Virgilio hits the green. JIM Murray replaces his club in his bag and reaches for c nuher. 3 WIHS 1 Weelc Dan Marshall iAsst. Coachl, Fred D'Andrea, Mark Bierman, Pat Bird, Scott Massey lCoochl, Robb Linde, Tom Coniglio, John Walton, Lyle Nielsen, Aaron Delaby, David Clark, Mark Guccione, John Renteric, Mike Meyer, Don Underwood, Scott Kecveny, Stan Pfeifroth, Jerry DelRosario. CAPTAIN Jerry DelRosario. JOHN RENTERIA dives off in the middle of the relay. MARK Bierman, John Walton, and Mike Meyer diving to victory. SWIMMERS take a break. BOY'S SWIMMING 1977 was a good year for WiIson's Boys Swim Team. Led by Coach Scott Massey and Asst.-Coach Marshel. This strong group of dedicated swimmers went on to win Montebello, South Hills and Bell Gardens all in I week by a large margin in score. This is the first year the Swim Team has had a pool of their own qnd they've really been taking advantage of it. The Boys work out 4 hours a day in the mornings, afternoons and some weekends. Standing wise, the team did well and with a lot of hard work and coaching this team is sure to be CIF contenders. JOHN WALTON comes up for his last breath of the race. TEAM PICTURE: Dan Marshall lAsst. Coachi, Louie Rios, Pete Calderon, Scott Massey lCoachl, John Poreider, Dan Avila, Scott Sepulveda, Mike Morrow, Eric Teresky, Larry Griffin, Roger Mora, Bart Goodman, Rick Dominguez, Chuck Borden, Tony Gonzales, Ross Weitschat, Ralph Jaramillo. ww- ,fu-4 - --we-'V --S-v .1 41: f 5 V l I 1 is - 1 ,. -. eu--- num..- .g....U..-...............-I..-2 U M An,e...e..,.s.fvm.N is Seem W Cu. 101 Cats Take To The Water THIS year's Varsity Water Polo team started out terrific. Their first game, led by captains Stan Pfeifroth and Rob Linde, was won by a score of I3 to I2 against Cal-Hi. Stan Pfeifroth went on to acquire the title of "Most Valuable Varsity PIayer." VARSITY Members - David Clark, Craig Lauer, Fred D'Andrea, John Walton, Pat Bird, John Renteria, Mark Bierman, Jerry DeIRosario, Stan Pfeifroth, Robb Linde. "Mai xi? I q'2::Llw safest! - -mm 1, I as 4-u-2: ,yez-:if J' n .T- val "'-""53!!.'C -v-sf' 5" at ' em' EA-5, he -me tm.. ,. i,. M P 'q----1 T5-Agfzf' 314 was ,Jw .W 'zz I 'I , r,.,u ,nal , ,.--L s..,,gg!'7 ' . ,fm I 'gt l if 1 1' 1-.. L ...Q su- '- . - f-I Q. -I ' -Kwagqwr-fag' W- V x N.-.I 71... -.4 I fggf ,,.,-Q-Q.-I-3 ' 'S V F-ifhfprigfgt. - -.Mg-A6 lff'.f5IJ-sg T' fi.: 4i'fA ,,i..ff 13. 1 , fn., .,. 'W--sf o ,' jisijfm Z V.. . .. , . ,F .. .Qc m. - .. Tile 'I' lt? . ., f if A I in G6 " K ' ll V. Members - Steve Quinn, Garrett Broadley, Drew Schulz, Barry Goodman, Mike Meyers, Aaron Delaby, Jeff :llin, Scott Keaveny, Mike Deweese, Mark Guccione, Dennis Thompson, Lyle Nielsen. ' -,- i --t .5 -I -h-f s. .f -1-Q-', 'f5 ,7 KA 'fi -A 1.-f typl X la .f.. if ,.. . 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With Dan Avila and Don Underwood as captains, the team ended their season 9 and 4. The entire team performed very well. Fred D'Andrea received the title of "Most Valuable Frosh-Soph. Player." The team worked very hard, fulfilling their goal of making Montevista Tournament. First they played Warren, winning with a score of I0-0. Bosco Tech fell next to a Wildcat victory of 4-2. Rolling Hills was wiped out, 7- 2. Frosh-Soph. are the Montevista champs this year. Coach Massey expects this team to make for a winning Varsity in the years to come. Frosh-Soph. - Dan Avila, Tracy Banuelos, Chuck Borden, Pete Calderon, Larry Griffin, Tony Gonzales, David Lenowski, Don Underwood, Ross Weitschat, Randy Henderson, Roger Mora, Mike Morrow, John Poreider, Eric g Teresky. COACH Massey plans strategy. WILDCAT team warming up before a tough match. STAN Pfeifroth racks up another point. ROB Linde tries to avoid an oncoming opponent and slams in a goal. Set It , pike This year the varsity squad improved their league standings by at least 2 places. Last year the varsity came in 7th place iust above St. Lucys with a 2-6 record. This year was quite different. Wilson carried a 4-4 record finishing the league above La Puente, Glendora, West Covina, and South Hills. Only l game out ofa tie for 3rd and 4th place. VARSITY PLAYERS - Cindy Bailey - Outstanding sophomore setter Mary Crabtree - Captain picked by league coaches to the Sierra League lst team lGraduating Seniorl Gina Natoli - Captain lGraduating Seniorl Gail Neverov Joanne Prouty Shirley Pong - Hustler Vicky Regalado Vicky Sivilly Kelly Yamashita Araceli Rodriquez Sharon Page - Scorer l. ,xv L' lO4 Girls Volleyball 'i3ff't3 ' , , y ri Q VOLLEYBALL IRESERVE TEAMJ - The girls reserve team as usual came in the top 2 in the league. The reserves had a 5-l record only losing one game in league play to Covina. The scores in that game were 16-14, I5-13, 16-14, so you can see that the entire league championship was won by only 2 points. Congratulations for a well earned 2nd place. VOLLEYBALL J.V. - The J.V. Volleyball did not do quite as well as the Varsity or Reserve Team. But the team is a young one with the maiority ofthe girls being sophomores and freshmen. Wilson's league standing was 7th place out of 9, iust ahead of La Puente and South Hills. PLAYERS INCLUDE -- Maureen Aoys, Michelle Buchanan, Mary Duran, Laurie Everett, Roxanne Garcia, Chris Husband, Cecilia Laiia, Toni Natoli, Pat Palacio, Paula Pitcher, Margaret Santana, Kenni Shirai. EE P L I. RESERVE - Top Row: Linda Knight, Norma Laiia, Toni zurs, Heidy Geiger. Middle Raw: Michelle Pitcher, Suzanne npke. Bottom Row: Frances Nava, Annette Bustrum. a mg 1" 19 were played with only 4 people on the court. Although Gina Natoli was one of their best players, she hurt her knee in a practice game and was out for most of the season. Jane Abassi who deserved performance of covering up her fouls. SONJA Gentry tries for the rebound so she can pass off to a waiting teammate, Stephanie Dean. HOLLY Dixon races her opponents down court. GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS: Irma Geesink, Holly Dixon, Yvette Meneses, Araceli Rodriguez, Diane Reneau, Lourdes Perez, Laurie Etfefefl, Peggy Geesink, Tuula Tilander, Andrea Saxon Stephanie Dean Lisa Morgan Norma Lai'a ' ' I l I Sharon Yamashita, Gayle Mifune, Sonia Gentry, Ingrid Arriola, Gail Nevorav, Vicki Regalado, Michele Pitcher, Debbie Castaneda, Paula Pitcher, Michele Buchanan. Not Pictured: Annette Bustrum, Cathy Parker, Lore Allison, Francis Nava, Cheri Schermerhorn. GAIL Nevarov attempts to help the winning Wildcats keep their lead against La Puente. GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls Basketball Team had a lot of ups and downs, although only a few players survived throughout the season. The girls played good games and were very disappointed about most of their losses because they were so close to winning. Lourdes Perez, a foreign exchange students, was an exceptionally good player along with Yvette Meneses who was an aggressive rebounder. They made a good team, even when some of the games an Emmy for her "Con-artist" Even after all of these mishaps, the team had a fun season, and most will be back next year to try it again. ,gg W- 5 ,,.,-' 106 Girls Basketball ,f-4 5. -"' . ' " , 1 ,FY f- . "s.. Shoots For Two OUR girls waiting forthe rebound. HOLLY Dixon waiting for the free throw. PAULA Pitcher ond Holly Dixon guarding their side of the court. , 11 .Q-1-1, .W , f ' i 93 K 1 X , if Q U: 5 x.'3iii'N',j 3 1 1 'Q i i ,- m F fe 5 V as YB' I AAX1 1 K 'K+ -,Ns My Li FW Ya f fi 'Q K 5 .I wif 55 E feb, 3 2 Q0 'A we Q ' 1-4 5 J' Q eh? ' 1 r X I I ,W 3 : "' . 3. ,, Y .133 if ig. ' ' 5 w sl R 3 lg o " ' M - I f. 1 J I i 1' f N -fa f ff if 1, Q',,,.v""" E 'Q 1 u ri ff L .Tm 5 xi They Tr Harder KE ' f' rr lk r if ,1", f 7 i ff: 'ie' 'LQ ' 5' 1,5 1 Q if N- 3, 1' w ii 110 X ww ,, ,gn DONNA UNDERWOOD, getting ready for the long backstroke race. SWIM TEAM takes cz break. GLORIA MALDANADO coming in for the lost lop of her race. r::-l- c...:......:...... r iN., This years Girls' Swim Team did quite well considering the size of the team. Much effort was put into work-outs by these girls and they all made a good showing at meets. Led by Coach Scott Massey this team is working harder to make next year's team ii I . GIRLS SWIM TEAM: Laurie Capellas, Donna Underwood, Lisa Walton, Virginia Rios, Le Ann Kunz, Mary D'Andrea, Kim Parodi, Laura Huter, Jill Sterkel, Heidi Geiger, Shannon Eggleston, Judy Birch, Sandy Glass, Shelly Marshel, Debbie Trinkle, Penny Welch, Gloria Maldonado, Sherri Fontenont, Ann Linde, Linda Rothschild, Lori Bishop and Vilma Sanchez. SHELLY MARSHEL waits patiently for the sound of the gun. ' 11 - V mf -if -f -..f1N.gf-- ff. ., ,, ,. .. , " ff Q1 .V 1 1: f ff A ez. rw 321' 5' :fel-'ff-112' .f-. e ""!5'Fn1E1'-kmii 3 nn' .. 1 X-1 1 X 'M '21--. -sv ' 21 if - 1 - 1, I , ' -,. ,V ,fd k- K S., 1, Q- ., .ft . - '--- ...fe . Q. -P ...I s. ' ' HEIDI Allison utilizes her strong forehand to continue match against West Covina. V .:-mnnW .V -sind ' .wh 1-A . ,f 11 H -Z W ii I : , 1 ,Ae -- 3g,n.M,5 g aw k? I K g V g ir .. f .- s ix Q JK- t VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS - Heidi Allison, Debbie Castaneda, Holly Dixon, Amy Fadden, Cathy Gardner, Liz Kewistseh, Kathy Ticari, Yvette Meneses, Leigh Richards, Eileen Ward, Vivian Ward. The varsity team did very well. All eleven players received letters. Heidi Allison was voted most Valuable player in the entire Sierra League. Heidi didn't lose a set during the whole season. The 1976-77 tennis team had a 4 win, 3 loss season. They beat Edgewood, West Covina, Glendora and Los Altos. They lost to South Hills, La Puente and Covina. VIVIAN Ward feels to return the ball and tie up the score. SUSAN Gregory follows through on her smash serve to her opponent. LOURDES Perez and DeAnn DeRamus impatiently await the serve. HOLLY Dixon stands in ready position. VIVIAN Ward and Holly Dixon look excited about going out to play tennis. 1 1 I1 :..I- T.......:- su sa n s' ' A imwgggh I I I ll Q I - A s N IQ . . ' I fe- ie--1:1565 ,V s :fs lin, mg! ,,,, V K i'l.Q e lgfff L ' si, I wuz: , I I I I , . an , 3 I" 1 I mating li. QQQ Q liisvsif- '- Y F. . s, st Qlleigfiagig we Qialw I 1 'M a 'if :T 1.. Q! EA .2 1 A343173 sq V ,C fi--r Q... -.4 .l.V. TENNIS - The J.V.'s had a crashing season. Although they did not win a single match, they do have potential for the future. The foreign exchange student from Mexico, Lourdes Perez, looks like a very promising player. Members ofthe team are - Alice Gadut, Becky Delgado, Sue Gregory, Karen Neff, Carol Spillman, DeAnn DeRamus, Lourdes Perez, Tammy DePaola, Kim Daughenbaugh, Debby Trinkle, Kathy Reinburger, Linda Larson, Laurie Tracey, Tricia Rooney, Carolyn Kodama, Rosemary Grundy. VIVIAN Ward serves to her opponent while Holly Dixon waits for the return. LOURDES Perez plays serious tennis in the match against South Hills. LAURIE Tracey talks to her opponent after winning a tough match. SUSAN Gregory gets ready to return a tough shot. TAMMY DePaola makes hitting the ball look easy. 3 t 2 , D94 'Pl :M I ., 3 f- I l i 5 Girls Tennis 113 HEIDI Allison aces her opponent LOURDES Perez watches Deann DeRamus' backhand drive VIVIAN Ward tries to decide which way the ball is coming KAREN Neff and Laurie Tracey concentrate on the ball WHILE waiting for the ball to be served, Lourdes Perez gets into position. 'I 14 Girls Tennis K Q, in N g , iw. .. Q E ls x qu fi , '- E e P t Eg? Girls Softball At the time the annual went to press the '77 girI's softball team was not yet formed. They Lai were in the process of selecting the squad through tryouts. There were approximately 50 aspirant girls going out for about 28 positions. Some returning players this year were Jane Abbasi, Carmen Guerra, Mona Hicks, Cecile ia, Norma Laiia, Gina Notoli, Laura O'Connor, Paula Pitcher, Vicki Regalado and Sandy Sanchez. x I, "K-ig 'x X ap-it-A 114 C-I.ll. ,g.s-mf-1.-Q.. - 'run-aaa.-afaww ft 55+ na-L W ashhw JANE Abassi puts her weight into it and grins. VICKI Regalado shows her style. RETURNING team members: Pixie Guerra, Jane Abassi, Michele Pitcher, Vicki Regalado, Norma Laiia, Paula Pitcher. Opposite Page: PAULA Pitcher reaches out to make an out on second. PIXIE Guerra goes for a grounder while Michelle Pitcher comes to back her up. JANE Abbasi signals for a fast ball. NORMA Laila attempts to make the third out. 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' . . f -.jk :jf lr X51- R.. :Qi,5i 1 W ar 1'-' 5' . x1Q.L J. -.1 l - xr--. -4. ...t" TAMMY AGUILU RODNEY ALVARADO MlKE AMICONE l RosE RTA ANoERsEN , PAM AN DERsoN 1 '70 Cnninre S 1""'-sv Mil STEVE ARAGON ADELINA ARIZON GARY ARMSTRONG CHRIS BAKER steve BAKER ALBERT BALDERAS TIM BAPTISTA Jesus BARAJAS ormal . . . foo PAUL BARBER SHELLIE BARTLETT DAWN BARTSCH JENNIFER BAUTISTA KEVIN BAXTER ANDY BEAMAN A GREG BERGET RICK BERNIER R O BARBARA BIXBY DARSI BRLACKSHEAR MARK ANNALISA ROBERT ABONILLA A BYRONRBONNER A DEBORAH BOUMA SHANNON BRADSHAW MELINA- Milchell, Teri HydeQ Barbara Rezoc, Michelle Rubin and K. C. Stephenson showing their spirit at 0 foolbqll game. KAREN Lounder finishingher typing' inrtime for the A il 1 decidline. MARIA Prado enioying her noon lunch in efhe Senior Moll lwishingshe was munching A out ol DellTcco.l. 'l'7A Seniors A f MICHELLE Rubin DOUG Schindler basket at t Basketball . PETER BRIGHT LYDIA BRITTEN STEVE BELK MARK BROWN YVETTE BROWN EUGENE BRUCE SHERRY BURKLEW NANCY BURNETT RUTH BURROW VICCI CALLAWAY TERRY CALVERT PAMELA CAMPBELL portrays Groucho Marx af the South Hills rally attempts to make a he Donke ROBERT CAPDEVIELLE SUSAN CARLSGN MEREDITH CARPENTER CAMMELA CARRICO R LUZCASILLAS DEBQRAH CASTANEDA R 1 RICK CASTANQN R MARK CASTILE CASTRCJ 126 Seniors R f CLAUDIAjStieding iusfycrowned 1976 honieqomingqueen. DAVID CHAN DEBRA CHANDLER ANNA CHAVEZ ELAINE CHAVEZ CHARLES cnokuem -DALECIRRONEI A -A MARIA cisNeRos b ,KATHLEEN cLAussE "TAKE IT AWAY, hey, hey, take it away," leads K. C. Stephenson at an Edgewood game. A CARI Roberts cheeks out the I 'camera and Elaine Zubiate ,checks out the guys. CHERYI. Tatosian, Heidi Aliison, Barbara Bixby and last year's Homecoming Queen Sally Walker, await Decision. RAYMQND CLANCY E LAumE cLARK E KATHY COLEMAN ROBERT COOKE , REICOEDAVIES E EDAVIDEEEDAYHUFEF SUSAN DEFORFST KAREN o ElcoN lNG 128 SeniofS .. ..,v ,Ev-1 -Y-- ,...A-- -f----I -M?-ff.-fffyw-T,-E, KIM DEKONING I SYLVIA DELMEDICO I JERRYDELROSARIO LIGIA DELVALLE BEN DIAZ E HOLLYEDIXON IzosINIDRAcoo DEBI DUNN N I ale asb p LORI DUTRA I MARK EIsERsoIE DIANA ENSLOW ISI-IERRI ESPQNOZA I I PAULNFABIAN . ETERRI FEDELE I I DIANE IFENNELL MIKE FERNANDEZ C fi ANGEL HGUEROA l PATRICIA HGUERQA LEONARD FLORES PHILLIP noses Oppaiiig Page 130 Sdhibfg ...,!' PATRICK FURNARI DIANA GALLAGHER DONNA GALLEGOS NANCY GALLOP PAUL AGARAVITO GISELA GARCIA MARIA GARCIA REYNOLD GARCIA PAMELA NCBARRIASON LAURA GARZA JAMESGAYLEA A A 1 1 DEBRA GENTRY A ROBERTGIBBS 1 N DONNA GIBSON A AGARYAGl LLETT N DONNA GLACKIN A HSRRIGRAF A A KATHLEENGRASHAM T .IUDYGRAYA A SUSAN GREGORY A DAVID C.. ii 132 Senipgs 3 1 J its nga ii if PAULA HANSON CRAIG HARRINGTON ERIC HARTIG PATRICK HAYES MICHELLE HEFFNER I DEBRA HENSON IGERARDO HERRERA TIMOTHY HIED A MARVIN I-IILL sue I-IINDERAKER ALVA HOLGUIN RICHARD I-IQRIE JOHN HOUSTON ROBIN HOWARD ELLEN HUDGINS JAMES HUNTER D0 DAVID IKENBERRY JTERl HYbE4 REVA JAFFE r cHRl srlNA JARAMlL Lo Q'--7 LISAJEFFCOAT DULORESlJI MENEZ5 r FAME'-AJCHNSON, STEVE JUAREZ .JG1SEPH JUSAK r moMAsrKANrEr 134 Seniors DIANA'K ELLER v5ABlNE Kgmfl Opposnte if ,-flif? culette Ortiz Rubin cmd K it easy on Theater f I' A 'V ,. - bifcameash 'JACKIE Aperlb enioying a refreshing swir RALLY .squad cheering forthe exfro poirr JAMES KIMMICKQ mow KING JOHN KING HEATHER Knucwoon EARL SUSAN Yi 'EQ 1-,,,.s KAREN KORTEPETER JANICEHKRELL RQBERT KRUSE 2 PATRICIA KUHN G'NDY LAM3ERT i PATRICKLANGE E MlKAEL QPAR5 5QN Q THERESA LAU - 'i' TAX' 'Uh pk W'-'r X' Af, 136 SQUFQTS l KRISTA LUANDAY I MARK LUTZ ROSA MADRID DAVID MAGUIN A APIAAMANGINI QJAN MANLEY A THOMAS MARION MARC MARSALA ELLEN MARSHALL CHRISMARIIN LESLIE MARTIN ANNA MARTINET I I new defensive .IosEPH MARTINEZ MARIEMARTINEZ RODOLFO MARTINEZ I TEREsA MAXWELL A PAULA MCDERMOTT SEAN 'ff ff' ?:.9 ' 'ROBERTfMcGEE ROBERT5McKENNON RUSSELL MCKIE 'LISA MEDRA i4IO 5 I 38 Seniors f"i"'fw YA, X, AA i ' F Q..- vy X --v Opposite Page: SALLY Flores, participating in our school alma mater at the end of one of our Rallies. KAREN Kortepeter, Linda Chambers and Heather Kirkwood laughing it up at lunehin the Senor mall. This Page: KC STEPHENSON givingiitall she's got. LAURI O'Conner, Terri Hyde, Lisa,Jeffcoat and g A A Rochelle Goldstein are fascinated by Watts Towers. in 5 GZ "7 tif Y ' , '-, 'Sf 1-X-Vx , x A 5' 10.4 L ' Q5 l' I 1 I I YvErrEMENEsEs gceuzsre Messncx TERRENCE MEYER BRIANMILLER A BRUACELNRALLER A .JANICEQMILLER Lommnuea j f MELINA MITCHEL KAREN MOELLER MARK MORENO DANA MUHRAY A GINANATDLI A A :BETTY NEILL EARL NELSON AAJANANELSON RHONDA NELSON A .JIM NEvARov DAVID NEWTON TAMELA NICH O LSCJN PATRICK NOQNE scorr NQRDBERQ JU LlE NUGENT STEVE NYLANDER HENRY OCHOA LAURA OCONNOR L KATHY ODGERS jimmy carter, ROBERT ODGERS T DOROTHY ODIEAR L THERESA ODRIOZOLA GLENN OLIVIER SANDRA oLssoN KIMBERLY oczuusr OSCAR oRDoNez PAULETTE oRnz I CRYSTAL OSBORN JANET QZMON A LORl LPALAFOXE L ROD FONTENOT LC:uribES P EREz ADRIANA PIEDRAHITA 142 Seni orS f A ,raw 'Cf TSX Ig. , 955 1'- 5:-1' 'sv Opposite Page: DEBI Dunn tries I to decide What in the World to get for lunch as Lourdes Perez I samples Coke. -I STEVEN Nylander and Lisa Johnsweater ljeffcaatj pointing out each other's picture in last year's annual. TERI Hydp and KC Stephenson doing theirithing, for the first p . rally. 1' I ' I . h This Puget: DOUG Pederson and Karen Greenup examine ol twinkie at lunch. dpvev - CATHRYN POLICHI ARTHUR PARK I LILLIAN PRADO MARIA PRADO KEVIN PRATHER JERRY PRICE I GREGORIO PUGA NANCY Puuce QMARCOQUESADA STEVE QUINN MICHAEL QUINTANA RAMlRO QUINTERO DANNY RAMuREz JESUS RAM' REZ PAMELA RAMIREZ PATRICIA RAMIREZL ROCH EU-E R!DGEWAY f CAR1 RoB5RTs uNDA RoBlsoN . GisE L LERc3gHAE 144 Semors MARTIN ROCKWOOD MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ RICHARD RODRIGUEZ CHARLEY ROLLINS MICHAEL ROSOFF MICHELLE RUBIN MARK RUFF RICH RUSHIA worm found in LAURENCE RUSSELL BILL SALAZAR PAMELA SALTERS SANDRA SANCHEZ CAROL SANDERS ALFONCINA SANDOVAL STEVEN SCHERMERHORN DOUGLAS SCHINDLER C w1LLhAM s CHwE R1Nj BruAN scorr M L UMCY SHEHQI ,SHERRY SHEFFIELD c R nsnNA SILVA DAV!DnS !NQERn MARK SLATER MANYA SUVKOFF . LlNDA 5MI TH MARY SMITH 146 n JESUSSOTEFQ- n LYNNE Topping looking ccmera sF n6xf:ye cfing,SQmefhing exciting ouj of the rqlly, but ih g i . n M n mnevergef 5 n i Vdn'dnVB nn:e:LgighftgnAgoingifo P.E. foi d relaxing-game of wcr bc - . TIM Wohs Slides info the picture, Butleisc Mowfy manages to get in anywc 1 'Q-5 ROBERT SPALIONE DAVID SPRAGUE RONALD SQUIRES KRISTINE STEPHENSON KATHLEEN swANsoN MICHAELTAFOYA DDSILVIA TAN i, ROBERT TAPP E CHERYL TATOSIAN TAMMIE TERRY TUULA TILANDER BEVERLY THOMPSON LYNNE TOPPINGE E E LUIS TORRES DOLORES TOSCANO MARTHA TRUJILLO R PETER UHUR JANICE UNITT svLvsA VALDEZ ' 148 Seniorga seem fo be illfed by Miqhellej for the E ' y. West Covma Rall , JENNIFER Renfena nsitokmg a break from Mr. Wmegar's lecfure I E f , V' R moleculesinchemisfr mi, ii h E. , E E E R ESO l.aEi Miilefdid paint the' senior lunch lirf 1 f JOELMartinez races the car built advanced our ' 75 4 s-- , ., K ii, illfl, V ' ii e M' Q .nag fu- lg :ff 1 W' '11 4- .5 326 -E T X3 'S 1s r ' ,V K 2 y Z5 1:1 g Qv'g1:" .fghi v WO 5 ' 'V ' ' 'Q...Q' , V S nr Wi I V .gzaai 15525: eam ties for last in sierra Ieaue . . . dr. glen a. W i XJ. PII z2aay+,ffsf .Hg X x - 1'.' .u,,.9'1.--x W P. 777 ,. fi A A ,, X "Q, 02 45591 5 5 A f ,fl EM . Q v mg, fy. ,, .W i in J N I! 355527 ' if ig? yt 3 , ' nw.. wi zxiifwq .. W:-gt 4, , ff .F i f JL ' , V53 P if ff' ' 3 4 ,sql QE'-E-fr Q . 1 Q , ,pf rm-1,15 5" . z" 1" 1.351 CHERYLVQLTQK +ToDDwAnoN ' Emc WAMPLER j EILEEN WARD swf UM WATTS ' csAv WELCH MM ' I WELCH WERBICK 1 50 Senfofg W5 if Q-Y Il fs Qtr X 3 6..- G'- ELAINE ZUBIATE wi? VICTORIA WILSON MARTY WITTENBERG STEVE WIVERSTAD BRAD WOODRING JEFF WOTHERSPOON SUSIE WU I BETTY YANG LISA YENDUNIA N KAREN YON PETER YSAIS RICK ZEPEDA PAMELA ZITO MARY KAY BUCK DAWN FOSTER f KATHY GLUCK MARY FAHMY 152 Senforsf SHAWN PELOT A fcLAu D1AYsTErD1 NG A MQCHELLEIETREAUETA WS-5 F mal Governmg Year VICE PRESIDENT Doug Schmdler SENATOR Jana Nelson SENATOR Andy Becman SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Pam Campbell SENATOR Diane Wilson SENATOR I.ori Miller g 'Dan Chagblla Greg HaIversfqd1 Peter' Heilgeist L f Jim Hollingef K- m,A, f Richordloyaip 9 JeffVrcfnanM i f Cdrylwchs n Qsiqd Willignis i yvv-r SHIEST Mnke Fernandez Knot pxcfuredl and Junlce Unm if Senior Supeflqiives n if Lori Miller and Bqbbyv Spalione Inc? 'piduredl if ,.-if .MOST ATHLETIC A Phil Flbfes ond Jane Abbassi MOST LIKELY TO SUCC EED . Ar! Park and - Heidi Allison 111 Qcuhvaff I ffoofz izh I .,: lk h :kh V, i h- hii:A fb :h: EA VL QQ g x , l . W wi M ,M M 43604 WW? llfiffg M57 g EM- 5531 J .9 if? 'UM 'Ma ff 752-25 M AJ? ,lim W, My MM WW ,iff .K In ,777 'YQ if kk il: i in 4 Ufob:: 156 Senior Super!af ives SMART EST BEST LQOKS A uc 5 dCla d' I P aesr aoDv i Wi son 'XXX ., '1-.N 'NA BEST DRESSED Michelle Rubin and Cary Watts MOST TALENTED 1 Sally Flores and Greg Mowry FRIENDLIEST C Angel Figueroa and Cheryl Tatosian lnot picturedl S I. AT THE nNENTYeYEARREuNloN . . . S C . . . K. C. Stephenson will be the Mother Superior of Convent San Juan C which sits next door to the monastery where Kevin Rey lives. is . . . The nextRona Barret of Hollywood will be Janice Unitt. . . . 'Milkeyliernandez willhave tokenlover Howard Cossell's place. . . . Lori Miller and Bob Spalione will own McCormick Mortuary. . . . No one will dance with Melina Mitchell ei the reunion. . t. S. 'Rick Zepeda will be the top consumer of Lavoris and Bang intl 997. e . Q . And Claudia Steidingtwill be the cover girl of Field and Stream. . . . Chuck Ciorlieri willstor in Alpo commercials.. . S ig . . . You could see Carlos Castro under the "before" sign inthe Atlas ads. . . . Heidi Allison will be the ball girl at Sunset Swim and Racquet Club. . . . Art Park will be the richest guy on Skid Row., W V i . . . Diane Wilson will take over Sharnu's sport. S . . . Phil Flores will be the badminton champion of the United States. S . . . While, Jane Abbasi is the top Tidclley-Winker inCalitornia. . . . PomCampbeIlwon't1show up. t i . . . And Doug Schindler could care less. X . . . Betty Yang will come tothe reunion a year late. . . . Peter Uhlir won't even show up because'he'll get loston the way. . . . Angel Figueroa will be the Dean. of Students at Valley. . . . Cary Watts will be the fashion merchantdizer at K-Mart. M, . . . Sally Flores' and Greg Mowry will be a dancing y team at the Mac- Donold's Supper Club. tg S . S e g . . Cheryl Tatosian will be the warden at Folsom. S M . . And Michelle Rubin will own the largest nudist colony in California. e c-..:-- ci....-..l...s:...... 157 ,X . Em' Nz an p. Q25 Q Q -1 '- Qu .Fw 1 1 Q i 158 Underclassmen 'Y' 'V' 75 ' ' 1 4, f ,,i, S 55 nderclassm en U'11d6I'CI3SSI1l611 T nderclassmen ,xg g 0 4 Underclnssmen 159 160 Juniors Judith Abbot Dori Abe Tommy Acosta Greg Adkins Cheri Allen Rick Allsman Debbie Alvarado Donna Alvarado Mike Alvarez Cande Amiel Cyndee Amiel Anthony Amorelli Judy Angulo Peggy Arballo Rosemary Armas Marcie Arriaga Frances Aviles Adisson Bachman Ken Bailey Paul Bailey Alexandra Baker Donna Balagot Alfred Balderas Jane Banks Terry Baptista Luis Baraias Sonya Barba Scott Bartlett Peter Beattie John Beaver ,,hf .1:, 1? A ,.,:..,Q N A,-21,1 Opposite Page: SONJA Barba, and Melanie Roller gabbing off in front ofthe amphitheater. Right: LAURA Carter, Greg Smith, Danny Jimenez, Robert Aragon, and other Wildcats laugh at Barbie Bixby "the football goddess" at the rally. Katy Beazell Brett Behrns Chris Bennett Laurie Bingham Patrick Bird Pat Biswell Robin Black Frank Blood Jeff Bodwell Tony Bolanos David Bollen Troy Boltz Karen Bowan Darwin Bowles Don Bowley Janet Bracci Garrett Broadley Mike Brown Dora Brunotto Michele Buchanan Brian Buettner Mary Burkert Lorrie Burns Annette Bustrum Mike Bustamante Mike Cahow Eddie Caldera Maria Camacho Tony Camarillo Larry Compu Jennice Campagna Pete Campbell Dane Cannon 1L1 162 Juniors Patty Capdevielle Sherri Carey Susan Carlson Tony Carrillo Paul Carroll Laura Carter Robert Castaneda Pal Castillo Dale Catron David Ceniceros Randy Chagolla Alvin Chan Pat Chavez Cecilia Chavira Lornaine Chavira Laura Clark John Cline Maria Colima Bill Collier Tom Coniglio Janis Conrighl Heidi Correia Dawn Cossey Tony Covarrubias CHRIS Hecht and Heidi Tewes seeing how many lick fakes to get to the chocolatey center of Heidi's tooi pop. Kevin Cox Paul Crane Linda Cubillas Marco Cubillas Joe D'Amalo Mary D'Andrea Dawn Davis Melanie Davis Steve Dawson Jack Dean Ronda Dean Aaron Delaby Sherry Delaney Dee Dee Delgado Kathy Delgado Becky Delgado John Delia Geofferey Deluna Teri Dennis DeAnn DeRamus Michael DeWeese Becky Diaz Jane Diefendorf Cherie Dinger Donna Dodrill Todd Doherfy Phill Doty Dennis Dowall Donna Duarte Thomas Duck Debi Duncan Jerry Dunn Michael D'Virgilio Sue Easterling Shannon Eggleston Andrea Eisenhauer 'I64 Juniors Leticia Escalante Estella Estevez Karen Everly Stan Ewald Sue Ewert Eric Fabrizo Amey Fadden Ken Farmer Diane Fennell Mark Fernandez Kristy Fishe Jayne Forschen Jim Foxen Tom France Sheri Fravel Robert French Diane Frias Karyn Fuiikawa Scott Fuller Kathy Furnari Frank Gandara Joe Garcia John Garripo Guy Garrison 5 5 . png IRMA Geesink, Lillian Magdangal, Vickie Regalac Mercy Hudgins, Michelle Meeks and Carol Johns enioying themselves in the amphitheatre. Irma Geesink Sonia Gentry Don Gerrior Janet Gherson Don Gilmartin Mort Glisson Rochelle Goldstein Clara Gonzales Deborah Gonzalez Patricia Gonzalez Melanie Goodale Barry Goodman Dean Goodman Henry Goren Laura Gotta Cindy Graham Greg Graham Tryna Green Karen Greenup Greg Griffin Cassie Grinager Jeff Grundy Ross Gubler Brian Gudenau Carmen Guerra Manuel Gutierrez Ruben Haag Bruce Haber Jeff Hallin Mark Hama Susan Hansen Beth Harmon Mike Harmon Paul Harmon Jennie Harris Tammy Havlovic Juniors 165 166 Juniors William Hawkins Donna Hawks Cathy Healy JoAnn Hebert Chris Hecht Jim Henson Debbie Hernandez Gabe Hernandez Robert Hernandez Silvia Hernandez Paul Hessing Mona Hicks Brad Hill Nancy Hillman Rick Hines Paula Hinshelwood Terri Hoffer Jeff Hollie Bruce Hollinger Rick Holt David Hopkins Kevin Hoy Bob Hrynezuk Dave Hubler ..-I JULIA Wesley looking at the long homework assignment Mercy Hudgins Jeff Huffstetler Tim Hughes Faith Hurley Terk Husbands Susie Huter Cindy Inman Cindy Iwamoto Alison Jaffe Manonte Jempibul Daniel Jimenez Rosemary Jimenez Carol Johnson Noel Johnson Bob Johnson Sandy Jones Steve Juarez Amy Kaplan Scott Keaveny Elizabeth Kennedy Robert Kerz Margie Kim Robert Kirby Diane Klingonsmith Linda Knight Laura Knighton Ingrid Kollin Kim Koop Kathy Kvochak Cecilia Laiia Lisa Lankford Larry LaPlante Kathy LaPonsey Gracie Larrinua Larry Larson Craig Lauer Juniors 167 168 Juniors Kathleen Launder Felecia Lee Norman Lee John Lees Mike Leib Ron Len Pam Lew Becky Lewis Bob liebe Joe Lieras Curtis Lightner Sherry Lima Joseph Lockett Claudia Logan Keith Logan Sonia Lopez Jeff Lowell Olivia Lozano Gustavo Lua Gary Lucero Mark Ludvik Janelle MacKenzie Irma Madrid Lilian Magdangal Doug Maguin Brenda Maloy Liz Manriquez Karen Margosian Joe Marinez Mike Marshel Cindy Martin John Martindale Carla Martinez Robert Martinez Danny Mata John Maynard ffdfiiie X E Greg Smith and Peter Beattie should have spent more time prac- instead of posing for pictures. Sabdiel Mayo Laurie McCrary Connie McDonnell John McKelvey Cheryl McKendry Mike McKennon Matthew McKibbon Barbara McMurray Michelle Meeks Eleanor Meighan Chris Melendez Alfredo Mena Susan Mentele Hugo Mercado Michael Meyer Richard Meyer Suzanne Meyer Frank Michinock Gayle Mifune Eric Milius Truman Miller Carmen Minor Amy Mitchell Teresa Moding 'IAQ 170 Juniors Marlene Moe Gary Montana Iris Monteiano Matt Montgomery Garth Moore Gary Morales Andrea Morris Mitch Morris Naisi Morris Rosemary Moser Mark Moss Rhonda Moyer Ingmar Mueller Mark Mueller Sandy Murphy Kristie Myers Patti Myers Mike Nakamura Cara Napoleon Karen Neff Charles Neuhalfen Nancy Newell Sandy Nichols Eric Nield Lee Nielsen Lyle Nielsen Lauri Nordstrom Mike Noren Jennifer Norman Manny Nunes Matt Ober Chuck O'Connor Vicki O'Connor Mark Oden Kathy Ohluncl Sylvia Olivares gil- 'N Tawny O'Neill Delia Orta Kim Orwin Jim Osborn Andi Otanez Eddie Otero John Oxarart Elaine Oyhenart Angie Pacheco Patricia Palacio Mary Palacios Martha Palma Cathy Paoli Paul Park Tony Parker Debby Parks Russell Parks Dina Parodi Gary Parris Sharon Pemberton Michele Perez Pat Peterson Roger Peterson Ronda Phillips Juniors l7'l Leslie Pirkey Abby Pistaffa Paula Pitcher Bruce Pluth Shirley Pong Val Portesi Susan Pritchett Joanne Prouty Joe Pulice Roger Quinlan Sergio Quintero Lorenzo Quiroz Anthony Ramirez Dave Ramirez Stella Ramirez Veronica Ramirez Hilda Ramos John Rauh Carol Read Susan Rebsch Greg Redmond Randy Redwine Rick Redwine Vicki Regalado Karen Reynolds Barbara Rezac Sonia Rhodes Venetia Ricchio Gabrielle Richards Cheryl Rickman z Q , u -in DOLORES Toscano, Rhonda Moyer and Frances Steven enioying lunch at Wilson s Snack-a-teria. Karen Rietveld Virginia Rios Cheryl Risher Francine Rivas Tom Robbins Rusty Roberts Roger Robertson Griselda Rocha Diana Rodriguez Rosemarie Rodriguez Sonia Rodriguez Linda Rogers Tom Rogers Cecilia Roldan Melanie Roller Ida Romero Gary Ross Lance Ross Linda Rothschild Lone Rounkles Clarke Rubel Al Ruiz Jay Russell Marie Russo Craig Ryals Denise Ryder Becky Sage Leonard Salas Danny Salazer Debbie Salazar Belia Sanchez Jon Sanchez Lydia Sanchez Teri Sanders Susan Sandoval Laura Sanino Margaret Santana Louis Sauseda Theresa Schenfeld Bob Schindler Jon Schlitt Karen Schneider Audrey Schroth Drew Schulz George Schwartzmeyer Jeannie Sena John Serrano Gary Shatswell Jeff Shiflet Cyndie Singer Amy Small Greg Smith John Smith Mike Smith Teresa Smith Michelle Snyder Renee Soriano Jim Soto Julie Souza Butch Spalione James Stanton BECKY Diaz can always be found following Rusty Roberts Ray Slemen Frances Steven Mark Stonick Michael Sloyanoff Mary Sirembler Sandy Stump Rick Swanson Angela Tafoya Mike Tafoya Jon Takahasai Bentley Tam Oliver Tam Gaspare Taormina Raquel Tapia Silvino Tapia Renee Taylor Tommie Terri Heidi Tewes Dennis Thompson Laurie Tracey Dave Trinkle Lillian Tyminski .lean Ulrich Ray Vagas Danny Valdez Louie Valdez Valerie Valdez Manuel Valenzuela Barry Van Buren Angel Vasquez Greg Vasquez Eric Vazquez Miguel Vega Virginia Venegas Laure Viel Diana Villalva junior: 'I 75 Ron Villasenor Lori Volpe Keith Vondersaar Milt Waler Mike Ward Vivian Ward Steve Wartman Michelle Waterman Tom Watson Diana Webster Gretchen Webster Connie Weiland Julia Wesley Maureen Westerlink Carl Williams Susan Wilson Douglas Woo Shirley Woo Eric Wood Tommie Wright Craig Yanase John Yancey Betty Yang Diana Zamora Joe Zuniga DANNY Valdez, Steve Dawson, Bob Golenor and Jodi Goldberg telling their life stories while Kelly Armstrong walks away. 176 Juniors CS ia.: N S' vii.. if ie'- nr' x I 1 If . ls B I J JUNIOR Senators - Vivian Ward, Shannon Eggleston, Rosemary Jimenez and Doug Woo. CECILIA Laila watching an exciting soccer game. JUNIOR Senator - Amy Mitchell. 1 i . ., l Kenny Abernathy Lisette Acosta Nancy Acosta Kim Ailport Genevieve Alderette Frank Alfarro Debi Aliian Jill Allen Stuart Allen Angie Allevato Jacob Allsman Petra Alluis Cari Alvarez Ray Amicone Robert Anderson Leonard Andrade Maureen Aoys Diana Aperlo Vanessa Appleby Kathy Archambo Joanne Argue Loretta Argue Lori Arian Janene Ariyasu Karen Armstrong Lawrence Arvidsan l.eo Aubrey Tom Austin Martha Aviles Carol Baba Cindi Bailey Danny Bailey Kevin Baker Todd Baker Mike Baptista Lynn Bartsch Mike Basye Julie Beaver Patty Beckmann Ross Biddle Mark Bierman Judy Birch Dawn Birmingham Lori Bishop Kevin Black 178 Sophomores C ass Sevent -Nine Xgtn-if WHILE "LA cheerleaders" mourn, "Letterman" Lisa Walters and "his girlfriend," Julie Rogers, make the Los Altos rally a little sexy. Mark Blackley Megan Blackshear Lon Blattau Vicki Blissenbach Brett Bodenstedt Tracy Bolleter Misti Boltz John Borack Frank Bouma Darlene Bouman Mike Bowers Richard Bowles Shery Bowley Kathy Bragg Lauri Bramlett Melissa Briggs Gladys Brugnano Doreen Burkert Steve Burks Mike Burns Barbara Burrow AS THE funeral skit "gets it on," so do Julie Rogers and Lisa Walters. Opposite: AFTER the ceremony, Jill Sterkel is congratulated by Mr. Foul, Pam Lew and others on her outstanding achievement. TIRED Wildcats rest while watching an outstanding rally. Snnlmnmnrne 'l 79 Chris Burruel Sandra Bustamante Tony Cabrera Mitch Calles Brad Campbell Laurie Capellas Candy Carlisle Concha Carlos Clayton Carpenter John Casas Jose Casillas Gino Cassella Ed Costanon Oscar Castillo Robert Ceniceras Darla Chambers Steve Chaney Jesus Chavez Letticia Chavez Ernie Chavira Lorenzo Cibrian Rusty Cirrone Mary Clancy Linda Clark Jim Clarke George Cleveland Mike Clifford Chris Contreras Jorge Contreras Socorro Cortes Tommy Cox Steve Cubillas James Cuevas Sharon Culbertson Sally Cummings Pam Cunningham Janice Curry Jonathan Cutler Bill Dalmatoff Alfred Davies Lisa Davis Mike Dawson Melinda Dayhuff Diana Deal Helen De Baca 180 Sophomores '-2.13,-5 q ,...- ae- if, JULIE Rogers, Terry Vicario and Diana White- head hoping that Lisa Walters will be gener- ous enough to share her sack lunch. KIM Parodi yelling in Denise Prather's ear at one ofthe rallies. L. I, i I 1 Psi Vi X an Grace Florez Mike Fontenot Jeff Dean Stephanie Dean Ted Debany Victor Debs Mark De La Rambelie Renee DeLoza Kim Delozier Martin DeMilIe Tammy DePaola Cece DeWeese Mike Dion Diana Dizon Angela Doon Fernando Dominguez Richard Dominguez Natalie Dongelmans Robin Dowdall Becky Dransfeldt Mary Duran Steve Ebersole Anthony Eckloff Howard Eisenhauer Joe Eisenhauer David Ellington Jim Elliott Eric Elrick James Enriquez Raul Estevez Janet Everly Dena Favela Liz Fedele Rebecca Figone Mike Figueroa Craig Fisher Suzanne Fisher Sherrie Fleming Marcos Flores ANOTHER exciting rally! Sophomores I 81 Jeff Formino Rick Fox Alex Fracisco Julia Francisco Lynn Frank Alice Gadut Kelly Galbraith Bob Gallagher Liz Gallegos Irene Garavito Eleanor Garcia Myrna Garcia Ron Garcia Roxanne Garcia Victor Garcia Greg Gardiner Steve Gardner Barbara Garren Ken Garrison Peggy Geesink Heidy Geiger Denise Ghent Laurie Gibson Diane Gilmartin Chris Guisti Mark Glaab Sandra Glass Dave Gluck Bob Golenorr Jon Gomez George Gonzales Ismael Gonzales Wendy Gonzales Becky Gonzales Marcia Goodale Bart Goodman Jeff Gooze Jayne Gould Bill Graham Steve Gray Paul Grayless Sharon Greer Cathy Griego Susan Grimshaw Shelly Grinager A CROWD of spirited Wildcats DEBBY LOVE gives her last respects to the "Dead" LA l 82 Sophomores 'IF .4 1 K E so LISA Walters doing what she does best WILDCATS showing spirit at the rally Rosemary Grundy Sonia Guernsey Kathi Guerra Audrey Gutierrez Gary Hagen Neil Haig Don Halverson Michael Hommersly Moria Hannible Bruce Hansen 'lim Harmon Kelly Harris Denise Hart Sheldon Hawkins Kathy Hayes Mark Hedge Robert Heideman Angel Heilgeist David Helton Randy Henderson Rob Henderson Leslie Henson Juan Hernandez Cindy Herrington laura Hildebrandt Rick Hines Ann Hinshelwood Donna Hodge Julie Hoeflinger Larry Hoetker Andrea Hogan Kelly Houk .lom Howard Anna Huerta Greg Huff Lori Hughes Ron Humble .lon Hunt Kathryn Hunt laura Huter Brion lgamen Bob Igna Sally Isaacson Gina Jacob Cesar Jam Sophomores 183 Ralph Jaramillo Dale Jefferson Yendri Jimenez Scott Jones Mark Jones Ralph Juarez Rorie Karnowski Bill Kennedy Helen Kerz Barbara Kilarski Bruce Kirby Lee Ann Klein Kathy Kolar Mike Kollin Jodi Konrad Chris Krol Kirk Kunkel Linda Lagus Ernesto Laila Norma Laiia Carol Latham Stacy LaVigne Kathy Leach Jeff Lemon Art Lespon Kim Levick Diane Lewis Sandra Licari Mike Liebe Perrin Lim Robert Linde David Loeser Cindy Lomeli Leann Longanecker Melinda Loomis Mike Lovato Debby Love Renne Lowe Ed Lozano Doug Ludvik Gina Lugo Christie Luk-Paszyc Randy Lummer Alise Lunday Leslie Madison l 84 Sophomores JULIE Rogers, Debbie Love, and Diana Whitehead, helping lead the crowd in a cheer at the Halloween rally. LORI Arian, Dolores Menzel, and other Wildcats enioying the rally from a sideview. Vt'- Raul Madrid Gloria Maldonado Renee Mongini Shelly Marhsel Chris Martin Marta Martin Grace Mortinet Agnes Martinez Alfredo Martinez Allan Matinez Tony Martinez Frank Martinez Martha Martinez Rosy Martinez Paul Mastin Adana May Sheri McCarthy Kevin McClure Kathy McGill Liz Mcllravy Steve McKendry Jodi McKinnis Paul McKinnon Robby Meadows Diana Melgoza Laura Mena Monice Mendoza Dolores Menzel Eva Mercado Vern Meyer Marlys Michael Tammy Midtsotre Kent Miller Bob Miller Elizabeth Minor Marc Miyasato Shirley Monroe Jerry Montana Deborah Moody Joe Moody Cindy Moon Lori Ann Moore Darlene Moreno Steve Moreno 4 Mark Moritz LISA Walton and Donna Underwood doing their iobs as water polo managers. Sophomores l 85 David Morris Jim Morrissey Michael Morrow Leisa Mowry Mike Mueller David Munoz Suzie Munoz Cindy Murga Joe Murillo LaDonna Murphy Buff Murray Julie Myung Toni Natoli Frances Nava David Nebleh Mitch Nelson Pat Nelson Cheryl Neshek Gail Nevarov Julie Nichols Kim Nicolaw Phyllis Nishimura Jennie Noe Richard Noon Randy Nordstrom Chris Noren Gwenda Norman Julia Northcole Diana Oakshoh Reyna O'Bando Cindy Oberg David Obrymski Richie Ocello Tom Odgers Willard Odiear Anlhony Odriozola Bob Ohlund Stanny Oishi Pele Oieda Maria Olivores Colleen Olsen Elizabelh Olson Jerry Oquist Luis Ordonez Craig Orman 186 Sophomores i c fa ir X rylf -V -f- XWT -' i A' 'X 'x rv T70 7 ROBERT Ceniceros and David Helton take the rallies in stride. KIM Parodi enioys the show put on to heighten the spirit for the La Puente game. Opposite Page: BOB Heideman and Estella Esteves participate in the ice block race during Los Altos week. NOW, NOW, Debby Love, Lori Bingham and Donna Alvarado, is that any way for cheerleaders to look? Tommy Ortega Donald Ott Jim Ozmon Danny Padilla Kandy Priester Penny Price Denise Prather Janet Powell John Poreider 'lim Plunkett Michelle Pitcher lynn Pike Ida Piermartiri Kathryn Phillabaum Dale Perras Doug Peacock Danette Pawlowski Dale Palhe Bill Patalano Mitchell Panish Kim Parodi Jeff Park Randy Parkinson Cathy Parker Richard Paris Joe Papp David Panish Chris Paiz Sharon Page Brian Page Evelyn Quinn Maria Quintero liz Quiraz Sheryl Quist Darlene Radde Angie Ramirez Elisa Ramirez Faustino Ramirez Mary Ramirez Peter Ramirez Tammy Randolph Pat Rangel Sophomores l 87 Doug Rauh Julie Reck Shirley Redwine Anthony Reets Diane Reneau John Renteria Lois Retherford Jeff Reynolds Kathy Reynolds Susan Rhodes Corinne Riave Geoff Ricchio Leigh Richards Kevin Richman Michelle Ridgeway Louie Rios Lori Rivas Cindy Rivera Pat Rivera - Debbie Roberts Araceli Rodriguez Ramona Rodriguez Julie Rogers Lisa Roller Craig Roraff Mark Ross Mary Ann Ruelas Amanor Ruiz Linda Ruppe Craig Sadil Lauriana Sainz Jamie Salafia Danny Salas Diane Salois John Salamanca Toyann Salazar Gladys Salazar Janice Sandoval Jose Sanchez Hugo Sanchez Vilma Sahchez Cheryl Schindler Cheri Schermerhorn Lori Savage Andrea Saxon l 88 Sophomores 243. an ,A 2 ...C U. J E5 -.9 . . M. -.,. t :,.s,f'N..,p ,., V Vg .Wei ysiy s eg snr swf' I' hx CHEERLEADERS and other bystanders watch the exciting JV football game. MARK Beirman and Mike Harmon wait patiently for Fred D'Andrea to share his M8iM's. JULIE Rogersg one of our typical cats. SHERRIE Fontenot and Diane Ramirez enioy a relaxing day at a rally. Teresa Schmids Kim Schnuelle Carole Schultz Ralph Schwerber Jeff Sens David Serrano Cindy Shaw Mark Shimano Kenni Shirai Traci Simkins De Ann Sims Slim Yanil Alex Slivkoff Melody Smith Troy Smith Robert Soto Larry Sotomayer Steve Spalione Carol Spillman Joe Stafford Tj, Shonn Stage Eric Stanfield Doug Stephenson Jill Sterkel Tracy Stewart Teri Steven Angie Stordahl Jeff Street Jackie Strey Chris Suazo Mike Sumpter Janet Surmi Nadine Suto Rod Swank Daniel Tabata Gabriel Tafoya Irene Tafoya Steve Tanaka Annette Tarin Debbie Tatosian Brad Taylor Eric Teresky Sylvia Terrazas Donna Thomson Suzanne Timpke Q-Q Ramona Tomminelli 'fi' ,SRX Jody lundquist . i v . C Sophomores 1 89 Charles Torres David Treio Betty Truiillo Mariorie Tsinniiinnie j,'I"',..- Donna Underwood Gary Unitt Jessie Valdez Yvonne Valenzuela Valery Vance Maria Vander Gus Vasquez Debbie Velarde Elaine Velarde Terri Vicorio Cindy Villa Gilbert Villalba Cindy Vroman Lisa Walters Lisa Walton Peter Wann Frank Ward Kathy Watts Penny Welch Gena Wemtz Charles Westerlink Julie White Carla Whitehead Diana Whitehead Julie Whitehead Brent Wilcox Martin Wilson Sheryl Wilson Tamera Wilson Gerri Wiser ' Steve Wittenberg Jim Wiverstad Peter Wong Bart Woodring Beniuman Woo Tip Wright Kelly Yamashita Leanne Yee Jane Yon Martha Zambrana Greg Zuver LISA Walters, are you asleep again? THAT band never quits, do they? 190 Sophomores JILL Sterkel at assembly given in her honor. FERNANDO Dominquez checking everything out at the football game. LINDA Ruppe reading out loud while Cheryl Schindler turns away. SOPHOMORE SENATORS - Terri Vicorio, Rusty Cirrone, Lisa Walters, Lynne Bartsch and Ray Amicone. TAMMIE Midsatre and Laura Hildebrandt licking away at lunch. PATTY Beckman, Cathy Parker, Araceli Rodriguez and Mel Davis "Shooting the Breeze" at lunch. C-..L-.., ,, A Tony Abbasi Becky Acevedo Ed Acosta Michele Albo Kristen Alexander Ilene Alvarado Robert Alvarez Roberta Alvarez Joyce Amicone Lin Amirghan Michele Amorelli Jeff Anderson Jef Anderson Doug Angulo Philip Aragon Margarita Aranda Cecilia Arizon Kelly Armstrong Ingrid Arriola Daniel Avila Denise Aviles Mark Bailey Scott Baker Robert Balagot Chris Balkey John Banks Tracy Banuelos Steve Barba Class Uf Eight RON Ceniceros helps Kenny Hernandez on his map for California History. ALL TOO familiar after lunch-time scene. SOMETIMES you forget things like Robert Vanriel did during Boys P.E. THIS is a normal day after school for the Wildcats during football 192 Freshmen 560500. -at np. 9 egg.. 5 K I I 5. . i l U , . 'Q -.zz vq 4 S' x rw -v :. ,,.i--' ,, :f , H, rj. :l.EEl5E1:: Lisa Barker Annie Barnett Steve Barnett Tracy Basye Diane Baumgartner Debbie Bayer Nanehe Beaman Raniil Bedi Henry Beltran Patty Bezanson Brian Blackshear Tony Blair Cari Blancheffe Greg Blissenbach Chuck Borden Linda Boswell Eugene Bowan Larry Bowers Michelle Bradford Kerry Britten Jeff Brook Sherie Brooks Lisa Brown Charlie Brunoho Jeannie Buck Mary Ann Buennagel Denise Buslillos Mark Caddick Armando Caldera Enrique Camarana Mandy Campbell Lori Campbell Scot? Campbell Danah Cannon Greg Caricchio Xm- Freshmen 193 WALTER Bagasana carries the ball down the field as Steve Dutra clears the way LORI Miller and Cori Ober look discouraged as the ice melts and participants are few Jim Carlisle Bobby Carlos Kelly Carpenter Hector Carreon Susan Cartwright Jill Case Ron Ceniceros Dolores Ceruantes Athena Chaffin Michelle Chaney Karen Chapman Johanne Chatel Debbie Chavez Sylvia Chavez Dion Cherrett Bill Ciorlieri Debbie Cisneros Manuel Cisneros Roxanne Cisneros Carman Clark David Clark Chris Clementi Duane Cleveland Elizabeth Cline Mitch Clinkenbeard Jeff Colby Bill Coleman Andre Collins Helen Connacher Mary Contreras Bonnie Cooke Caroline Cortez Gayle Covarrubias Bob Covey Harris Cowan Cheryl Cox Dale Cox Craig Crane Ginny Cross 194 Freshmen BETWEEN classes, Wildcats hustle and bustle. CAROL Waier and Christy Marsala share a taquito. Z4 J 9 1 lzallmw X 'km K BI Jackie Crosswhite Jim Cubillas Eric Cumbie David Cummings Craig Cunningham Pat Curley Carrie Cusey Willy Damon Fred D'Andrea Jennifer Daniels Kim Daughenbaugh Wanda Davies Ray Davis Jimmy Depaola Glenn Dea Darlene Deal Darrell Deal Doris Deal Gina Debaca Fred Debs Jitske DeGroeve Dean Debruccio Walter Dehmer Kenny Delioning Sandra Delgadillo Andy Deloze Bernard Delrosario Lorraine Delsi Eddie DeVille Jerry Diamond Kim Diamond Angie Diaz Julie Diaz Julie Dibie Denise Dingman Cristina Dizon Karen Donn Gina Dominguez Hoa Dong Freshmen 195 Steve Doty Kathy Drew Marc Drotman Nicky Ducato Mike Eggleston Pat Elizorido Barbara Elliott Chris Embree Laurie Everett Joe Fadden Mike Farmer Raul Felix Laura Fernandez Mark Fernandez Tim Fesler Michael Finch Greg Fisher Elias Flares Sherrie Fontenot Terri Frazier Alex Garcia Mike Garcia Patricia Garcia Patricia Garcia Theresa Garcia Cathey Gardner Frank Geiger Rick Geskey Cindy Gibbs Stuart Gilder Charlie Gillan Jim Gillespie David Gilmartin WILDCAT Defensive back hits a Covina Cat. FRAN Cavezza coaches Freshman team to go out there and win. 196 Freshmen w Rig 'E t E -ff if 2 x S s in-ou - s i.. Fred Glass Jodi Goldberg Licia Gamez Mark Gomez Tony Gonzalez Cindy Gonzales Virginia Gonzales Denise Gonzalez Tim Goodman Bob Goodson Eli Goren Ann Gorman Scott Gottesman Annie Graham John Graham Christine Grozioni Terri Green Troy Greenup Dave Griego Larry Griffin Eric Grundy Tony Hagen Mike Halverson Jim Hambelton Jamie Hannible Roxann Hansen Karyn Hanson Pam Harmon Scott Harrington Kevin Harris Dianne Hastings Kari Hathcock Joey Hayes Debbie Healy ALYSON Iwamoto, Christy Marsala are having a serious talk during lunch. CINDY Lopez, Ann Gorman, Susan Kapon, Gina Domingez and Tammy Souza return to the locker room after a tough game of hockey. Freshmen l97 Paul Hebert Greg Hedge Mike Heim Debbie Heinrichs Kathy Henderson Ron Hepner Diane Hernandez Kenny Hernandez Sarah Hernandez Kim Hied Blake Hill Greg Hill Susan Hillman Carrie Hodge Tina Hodgei Eric Hoey Marcie Holguin Ginger Holi Ken Holihouser Ralph Hood Pam Horie Kim Hoy Suzanne Humble Karen Hunter Chris Husband Sheri Hyde Jean lgna Yvetie Isaka Alyson Iwamoio Soledad Jara Paul Jefferson Donna Jimenez Karen Johnson 198 Freshmen f 5-1 " l Cindy Jones John Jones Scott Jones Diane Kai Virginia Kamoritz Susan Kapon Martin Kornowski Gina Keaveny Dean Keller Elaine Keller Kristine Kenford Liz Kewitsch Russ Kimmick Billy Kocot Carolyn Kodama Andy Kresowski Antony Krao Greg Kubo Heidi Kuntzman Liane Kunz Tina Lagus Kevin Lansdale Pat LaPonsey Linda Larson Coleen Latham Ronald Lau Toni Lazurs Kenny Len Cliff Lengtat Tammy Lennortz Shannon Lester Chris Licari Birgit Liebing THE CROWD reacts to La Puente's tough offensive plays Freshmen I99 Margarita Linarce Ann Linde Tom Linowski Kim Lintenn Stacey Little Marcella Llamas Veronica Loaiza Darren Logan Cindy Lopez Maria Lua Casey Luksch Jane Lummer Beth Lutz John Lynch Charlie Macias Warren Mackenzie Leticia Madrid Ben Magdangal Loren Mahnken Linda Maley Mark Mangrum Mary Marin Don Marion Christy Marsalo Chris Marshall Albert Martinez Carmen Martinez Connie Martinez Mark Martinez Vince Martinez Alfred Mayo Dennis McEuen 200 Freshman RON Ceniceros studying the geography of Mexico in the library. DEBBIE SCHMIDS and Julie Dibie return to the locker room after a rousing game of field hockey. MARK Mangrum tries to escape Colt tackler. is 5. E PW' in f K - Triscia Murphy Tim Murray John McCarthy Jon M-:Gunn Andy Medina Debra Medina Dawn Meek Brett Meeks Janice Meighan Tracy Meinke Amanda Meiia Toni Melendez Jim Menaugh Renee Mendiveles Ernie Mercado Guisela Mercado Bobby Mestas Jeff Meyer Lori Midtsatre Craig Mifune John Miko Mary Minor Mike Miranda Meg Mitchell Ron Montero Liz Montgomery Fila Mora Nancy Morales Cynthia Moreno Elizabeth Moss Carolyn Mueller Kim Mullvain linda Murillo Freshmen 201 Jeff Myers Sieve Myers Dianne Myslicki Yvonne Naber Lora Navarrete Debbie Neiheisel Cheree Nelson Russ Nelson Patty Newman Pele Nichols Rhea Nielsen Elaine Nikolaidis Mark Nill Nancy Nishimura Michael Noble Palsy Noriega Dean Norsworthy Craig Northcole Mike Nowell Cori Ober Terri Ocello Jim O'Connor Julie Ogorek Ruben Oieda Lupe Olivares Lisa Oliver Mike O'Meara James Onate Joe Oneill Juan Orlo Roger Ortiz Teresa Ortiz Greg Orwin DWANE Williams, David Nuel, Paul Siordahl do lasl A STANDING ovation is given to all the senior rally 202 Freshmen ,ow 1- cfe P x Qi , .Vi AFTER the rally, every one stands for the Alma Mater. K. C. STEVENSON and spirited crowd cheer on our water polo team. x , Mike Osborn Shawn O'shea Trini Otero Jim Ott Sandy Page Ron Palm Angie Papp John Parker Jay Paradi Nick Parrino George Patterson Karla Pedersen Cheryl Pellerin Ken Pellettera Bob Penn Darlene Perea Desiree Perea Renee Persinger linette Petrie Dave Phillips Kelli Pollard Vince Portesi Craig Powers Tina Pritchett Louie Quezada Angel Ramirez Diane Ramirez Isabelle Ramos Julie Randall Carl Randolph Jennie Rauscher Michele Raussa Mark Redd Freshmen 203 MARK Mill if 30, tries to get necessary yardage with the assistance of it 26 Scott Baker and ii 1 'I Scott Brown "I'LL have the usual, Betty Elizabeth Regalado Ellen Regalado Shirley Reid Kathy Reinberger Paul Relich Becky Relyea Ricky Rendon Pam Renswick Frank Reynolds Kim Reynolds Sandie Rezac Joe Rhee Felix Rivera Irma Rizo Lori Roberson Frank Rodriguez Mark Rodriquez Ray Rodriguez Paula Romanoski Judy Romero Trisha Rooney Felicia Ross Tami Roundtree Roree Rowlands Irma Rubio Lupe Rubio Darryl Ruiz Melody Ruiz Lisa Ryals John Sage John Salafia Debbie Salamanca Donna Salamanca Jesse Salazar Fred Saldana Lee Salgren Marianne Sanchez Sam Sandoval Joyce Santamaria Monte Schilg Debbie Schmids Matt Schneider Doug Schub John Schwartzmeyer Rhonda Schweitzer 204 Freshmen LEO Sibayan getting ready for a pass while number 80, Mike Miranda, ll, Scott Brown, and 60, Charlie Gillan, hold back the troops. STEVE Myers leads the team on a chase for a Warrior. Jeff Scroggin John Sebok Barbara Sefcik Raymond Senfeno Karen Sepulveda Scott Sepulvedva Wayne Sexton Jim Shiflet Leo Sibayan Danny Sifuentes Trina Silva David Sims Vicki Sivilli Laura Skill Aileen Sleege Annette Smith Alicia Snelen David Soriano Tammy Souza Ron Spalione Bill Stanonis Paul Stordahl Anthony Tafoya Adrian Tapia Juan Tapia Chris Taylor Terrie Taylor Beatris Tec Kathie Terradot Toni Tewes Janna Thomas Kevin Thompson Pam Thompson Freshmen 205 John Todd Debbie Topping Jacquie Tramonto Nam Tran Greg Treadwill Debby Trinkle Terry Truelave Rosalind Trujillo Richard Truran Lida Tucker Dawn Turnell Jamie Tyner John Uhlir Don Underwood Lorraine Unfreid Ernie Valleio Rachelle Vanderoef Brenda Vanderwerff Brad Van Hecke Cheryl Vannatta Robert Vanriel Sandy Vargas Antoinette Vasquez Dan Vasquez Dave Vasquez Kathy Vasquez Lisa Vedova Sally Vega Antonia Velarde Victor Venegas Veronica Villalva Jim Volpe Karil Waier Pat Walker John Walton Kim Waterman Rich Watson Richard Webb Ron Weber 206 Freshmen DEBBIE Tapping rushes up to Diane Zubiate the latest. it 1 1 mll,, lll fl' , ,,,2 V in V f P f- A I M zzz? ed ggi '11 H TQWEL 2-15351 V I ' ' . ' k V Q Qi' A-te 6' 4X .N .., Mike Webster Mark Weiner Claudio Weinstein Ross Weitschat Brenda White Sherry White George Whitehead Marianne Whitlow Dwayne Williams Elaine Williams Christy Willis Lalun Wong 69 Jesse Zamora Joseph Zarur Gabriel Zauss Lionel Zauss Diane Zubiate Roger Zweigle Cindy Wood Debbie Wood Blake Woodring Leslie Wright Myron Yancey Tim Young David Yount THE CROWD anxiously waits for the rally to begin. JOE Fadden runs forward to help bring down a Covina opponent. Freshmen 207 Active Freshman Senator , W n -sl fgeeal.-llgge-r ' 'sf :.. -- 'Q-.1 Q' 1 Fresmc'?nASendtors 'H ,.,,, FRESHMAN SENATORS - Christy Willis and Alyson Iwcmoto. STACEY Little checking her purse for lunch money. PAM Horie learning howto button c shirt. FRESHMAN SENATORS - Claudio Weinstein and Carrie Cusey. PHILIP Jimenez humming it up before a game. .. ,sl JOHN McKelvey and Luis eat the Cafeterids famous sugar cookies as Ralph Juarez watches the lunch crowd. CASSIE Grinager whispers o shocking, but iuicy piece of gossip to Sue Ewert. LINDA Rogers and Debbie Alvarado actually found time for pictures. MAUREEN Westerlink and Janice Gherson still waiting for one of their friends to get out of Spanish. RUDY Zepeda and Carl Williams being Macho to attract the ladies. 4 WF' rv 1 time l MS, if -5 ,ggi Underclassmen 209 School Day: Study, Talk, Eat PAM Lew presents Jill Sterikel with another of her many awards. BARBARA Kilarski smiles at someone special. PATRICIA Palacio ponders a question in Chemistry. MERCY Hudgins shows Andi Wilson where her classes are. CRAIG Yanase concentrates on a Chemistry problem. l 'lf wr 210 Underclassmen finial VICKIE Regalado and Lilian Magdangal discuss classes during lunch. ESTELLA Estevez hurries to her next class. SUE Ewert hears distressing news during lunch. CHERYL Risher explains the situation to Barbara Resak. MARGARET Santana, Rosemary Jimenez and Cecilia Laiia discuss what they should do after school. N. is Underclassmen 21 l 212 Academics 1 : l f' . 5 NN 2 : Z : J, ,rl 5 -5 5 A 1 . I S -. r x - " ' ' X I 8 , L S S X' '- .., 4-0,1 .- "",'z 350 mr- .al I Qi. f ,,,v.Z: may ,,. .41 Af 'S -lF""-' 4 if 5 we N 2' , ,, x it fi' ze 5 A ,., in 1 wlgw, , ' in 34 Academms Academics Academics Academics 213 LINDA Cubillcs getting ready to sew IN the library working hard . . . do all these students get A's? YVETTE Brown, does she or doesn't she, only her hairdresser knows for sure. CECILA Laija catching up on last night's homework assignment. reason for referral: class disturbance, campui JAMES A. FAUL - Principal DOLORES BURKHARDT - Assistant Principal, Instructional Services DONALD BUTLER - Assistant Principal, Administrative ' Services, Director of Activities - WARD NICKLES, Dean of ' Q' Students '- X RODGER FRENCH - 'Q' . . : I' Attendance Counselor ' JOHN RIECKEWALD- I ' Career Counselor ' 1 - 2 I 4 Administrators, Counselors Practice. Mike Dzubnar. Cramer listens. ,ff . 0 Q . MARK Moss watches Football AMY Mitchell speaks at rally. GREG Griffin edges away while Laurie Tracey grasps her chance at VENETIA Ricchio takes aclyantage of Lenny Link at lunch while Kris turbance, fighting, smoking, ill, not prepared I l . l I I X CHARLES FISHER - Counselor BONNIE ENGBERG - Head Counselor NICHOLAS DIAZ - Counselor BILL YOUNG - Counselor PETER ASHKINE - Counselor, Guidance Psychology of Personality Lab, Counselors 215 I N: 63, ni r 159 , JH yg ia I .V .. , .sir '- - ' . is M I EE' ' Q SUSAN Renteria - Cooking X the special of the day. Doesn't that look delicious. JULIE Souza gives Linda Lagos a helping hand. H ' I Y . SUSAN Renteria - shows off her kitchen. FRANK Gandara and Paul Bailey are tidying up their kitchen after their meal. home economics . . . disc . . . special education . . . . 1 ISTAR ELLIOTT - Disc LAUREL ESPLIN - Care and Guid of Child Nursery Ed., Clothing I, Child Growth and Dev. Nursery School. SUSAN RENTERIA - Gourmet Foods Comm. Foods, Clothing 2, Creative Cloth. EVELYN SCHNEIDER - Foods I Mar! Family. GLENN OZAKI - Math Z EH. 216 Academics M 1 1-,..,-f l ELIANE Oyhenart and Lorrie Burns excitedly show us how to make a telephone. TERRY Baptista, Zandi Baker, Jane Banks, Donna Balagot, Debbie Alvarado, Paul Bailey, Kenny Bailey, Deggy Arballo, Rosemary Armas, and Frances Aviles, sitting quietly in the library. WILSON Algebra students taking a nerveracking test. AN industrial student working hard in his semester proiect. media center . . . science . . . industrial Z' PAT MCGOWEN - lndustrial Arts lMetall IONE TRENCH - Nurse HAMEED SABA - Basic Science, Horticulture CYNTHIA KIRKLEY - Media specialist. FRANCIS CAVEZZA - Basic Science, Biology 3I'tS Academics 217 GABRIEL Zauss proves that the smaller you are the harder they fall. WHILE taking a Civics test, Sherry Burklew poses for a picture. MICHELLE Buchanan watching the J.V. Football players cream La Serna. 'DURING HELL week, Lisa Walters, Pam Campbell and Diana Whitehead sing to the football players, "And get a nice hair cut." SEAN McFarland takes time to explain the answers in "Decade of Decisions" to Charles Neuhalfen. lx AX -nl , Q ' :Aw bi HE EE I I .iii '1 ,T lu 3 Al ' 5 orr, su il A l ill X I I' 2. . . . I i ' . . .-Q. .. N4 ' 1 WhatWof83is65. . .3X -2y:18 ...3V2.. f""X MINNIE ALLISON - Basic Math, Algebra. 21 8 Math JEANNE PAQUETTE - Algebra, Geometry. FRED MILLER - Senior Math, Pre-Alg P.E., Basketball Coach. V' A 'iv 'iw CARL Williams wonders if Rudy Zepeda will ever pull the trigger. JULIA Westly and Steve Dawson talking during class. MRS. BECKY Long trying to sweet talk her donkey into not bucking her off. RHONDA Phillips trying to make her way over to another seat. .gi5+3.gi.T.-gfH6:C0lSiH6. :X2-5X +6:0. - I ROBERT MANN - Algebra 2, Geometry. PAT NICHOLSON - Algebra I , Spanish. LEO UTT - Basic Math, Algebra 2. Math 2'l 9 CANDIDATE Ted Snyder addresses Mr. Mrakich's Civics closs. BECKY Diaz, Peggy Klein, Faith Hurley, Heidi Correia, Sandy Nichols, Chuck Cioleri, Tammy Havlovic and Lori Dutro enjoying the noonday sun at lunch. PETER Uhlir and Dave Singer help Bill Schwerin correct his civics essay. COACH Long concentrates on this important shot that may decide who the victors are between the Faculty and Students Donkey Basketball Game. Four Score and seven years ago, our forefa the. --4 220 SCOTT MASSEY - Contemporary US History, P.E., Swimming ond Water Polo Coach. CHARLES ZIERES - World Religion, Psychology, Sociology. GARY BACON - Geography Habitat and Man, California History, Westward Movements. RALPH MILHISER - California History, Survey of US History, X Country Coach, Tennis Coach. LAVON HUNTER - Decades of Decision, Contemporary U.S. History, Annual Staff. JIM KELLY - Habitat and Man, Anthropology, UEP, CSF Advisor. Social Science GREG Halverstat unwillingly poses for the Photographer. yt DAVE Singer surprised about his perfect paper. set forth on this continent a new nation, con ' , . muuvmxu ..., .: g. I 'A' ' "MI z. f ...,, N' lvl: E ,, ,, "F ,- .ii Q ..,,, K' i llll. I' 1: .., , Lu ,L ' X! , f I s, X lo , pl STAN JACKSON - Student Teacher for Mr. Martin, Civics, Senior Class Advisor. GEORGE MRAKICH - Police, Law and You, Decades l of Decisions, Civics, Basketball Coach. ALLISON BAILEY - UEP, Asian Cultures, 1000 Years, Rally Squad Advisor. ANTHONY BESSE - European Cultures, Civil War, Background US History. LEE FAIR - Geography Habitat and Man, I000 Years, Decades of Decisions, Defensive Football Coach, J.V. Football Coach, Basketball Coach. WALT MARTIN - American Problems, Civics, Football f X Coach, Letterman's Club Advisor. I Social Science 221 l -Q nv ROSEMARY Jimenez and Cecil Laiia decide what they want for lunch while Norman Lee carefully inspects his sandwich. 'ills L ZANDI Baker auditions for the Jimmy Carter look-alike contest during her science class. MR. Weiglin will do anything to get John Stopher's attention. as A ann +2 . . . compass . . . slide rule . . . oil cl CLYDE STONEMAN - Graphic Art, Silk Screen. ROBERT VANDENBWNK - KARL WEIGLIN - Drafting, Detention Aulo- Center. MALION ANDERSON - Industrial Arts Aide. 222 Industrial Arts SONGLEADERS Pam Anderson, Margie Kim, and Donna Alvarado clap as Cheerleaders Barbara Rezac and Melina Mitchell get ready to do a Cheer. OUR Photographer was lucky enough to get these posters' picture before they got torn down. , I A ,' CRAIG Yanase and Zandi Baker watching Mr. Winegar grade the Chemistry Lab Report. All . . . rebuild transmission . . . smile . . . 1' WONG - Photography, Photo ' is f f JAMES BAUCHER- Drafting, Technical I Illustrations, Golf Coach. OLIVER BELL - Wood Shop. Industrial Arts 223 ZANDI Baker looks confused on a Chemistry assignment. MARK Martinez, Christy Marsala and Ann Gorman take time to talk during break. MR. Winegar watching out for 4 test cheaters. -- METHANE ci-I, '22 't H :CS H H-C-H TT H Lewis dot line structure structure ,I In-llrinlm - I Ba + ZNA -5 Ba fNaj2 or BaNaNa . . . Znfsj + HCI faqj -Q Znf JOHN DOBRENEN 224 Science - Science, Football Coach, Basketball Coach. KEN PIERCE - Science. fi I lllll Q. q.-, --.ui ZANDI Baker, Jennifer Renteria and Michele Buchanan look on as Mr. Winegar grades labs. KARYN Fuiikawa gazes upon her sore finger. JERRY Price, Mark Lutz and Mike McClure discussing a Chemistry problem. MICHELLE Buchanan examining the situation. BOBBY Hrynezuk is waiting patiently for the end of class. 3112 + H.-gtg? - - - CHM? +2049 + 2H20Ig1 + C0269 J if TOM WINEGAR - Chemistry, Athletic Trainer and Field Science Advisor. JOHN COLE -- IPS, Life Science and Physics. Science 225 H, L X 1 ' 'egg K F . ,W Z1- 5' 'Ebb S, ,z- ff: I 35. 252. 'Eu 232 525251. 211:55 .iigfgifzgff ,, h.,, I Zi 5:15 .:f?s53z?2f:g1g 1 I EQ' 3 V Blk 3 -Q s fy 1 s 5 -ef' - YQ' .ig ,I 1 X Y: ':"lPvS. Q L49 G03 le 5001.6-'- RX W 00 a'l+0' M is 68 QR IL..-wellfw hfl' blou V el Q' u 5899, Al"' Qf QL if Isis wr 9" Y' u Q, gd- on "l if Y' iQ. Q vc? . Hmlflmiw SUM-IHA-L11 -214,612 -awww. J r U d GARY Morales, Jack Dean, Mar Stonick, mba. ,tuna work while Mike Cahow listens in the back. W0 1 PAM Campbell gets out of one of her classes tom , visit her friends in the Social Science Office. cl . I Nc, 4.5,-s,a .3 characteristic of england, the english JULIE FRENCH - Linguistics, English American Lit. JEORGIA MOORE - English, Romance and Fantasy. CANDICE STEPHENS - English, Journalism, Linguistics LORRAINE SEEMAN -- Modern World Lit., English LILA DUNLAP - English America Today, Advance Composition English 227 Manuel Valenzuela talk instead of doing their ML KRIS Cramer decides whether or not she really likes the schools' taquitos while Robin Howard, Don McCoy and Sally Flores enioy their lunch SYLVIA Valdez thoroughly engrossed in today's menu. "AN Apple a day keeps the doctor away," says Sue Ewer? and Cassie period. Grinager. 333 HZH ZZZ 333 3Z3 ',,,.,,r,,,,, 53,1 L J' , I A L -if . 1 .ll' fl V1 Qs' 0. u ml,-ff". zzz aaa aza zzz aza aza zip ANN EHRET -- Business Principles, Advanced Clerical, Commercial Office Placemeni. DONNA HANNEFIELD - Typing, Shorthand, Drill Team A Advisor. ROBERT RICHEY - Typing, Business Law, Social Science. 228 Business Education v HM, - 2 2,5 A WE JEFF Scroggin discusses his love life as Dave Vasquez and Robert Brown listen in. .IANA Nelson shows the photographer that she can type without looking at the keys. BOBBY Hrynezuk and Curtis Lightner give their approval as Patty Myers greets Mark Mueller. RICK Zepeda shows off his new outfit iust before being crowned Homecoming King. J aa zig zig aza Zag Zag aza aza zoo zoo azz-1 ISTAR ELLIOT - DISC. pants-5 . BOB MORRIS - Business, General Office Machines Retailing, Sales and Advertising, Commercial Soles PAUL GORALSKI - Business Principles, Basic Typing Skulls Accounting, Frosh-Soph Baseball. JIM FATE - DISC, Moth 4, Consumer Math, Geometry Business Education, DISC 229 JANE Yon walks by the members of the newly organized Wildcats for the "Fonz" fan club. LARRY Rietveld trying io acl serious for the picture while Susan Gregory looks on wondering KATHY VanBraban1 and Pam Campbell taking'a relaxing walk between classes. gr' 1'7- ed ' u ' ca ' tion fej65 ' kafshanj - systematic dew 230 Reading SIMONE PAYNE - Senior Reading, English BARBARA SALYER - English, Readers Thealre PAULA SWANSON - . ff' 'KT' ment or training of the mind, capabilities LINDA ODEN - Math, Science, EH, Social Studies, Psychology. DOROTHY MAXWELL - Social Studies. BERTHA BOONE - Department Head, Geography, Math, EMR English, Vocations. NOELLE LEHR - Corrective Reading, EH, English. KAREN Schneider performing a lab in her Chemistry class. MARK Mueller, Curtis Lightner and an unknown back end. CHRISTY Willis, Carrie Cusey, Alyson Iwamoto, a little tired after an exhausting day in Senate JP: a... t1 do...aone anda two 3 232 Art Q , f it f . , X - JEFFREY MURRAY - Exploration Art, Ceramics. LAURALYN WRIGHT - Basic and Adv. Drawing and Painting. RUTH WOOD - Ceramics, Jewelry. e-----1' c e c r-sm-EY-as A .N Qfswih -ii - E?" , ,Hit V 11 H xv 1: , 'E ' f' ff ' 11 if THE STAGE BAND - Jim Kimmick, Albert Bolderas, David Dayhuff, Gabriel Tofoyo, Alfredo Martinez, Rodger Peterson, lngmar Mueller, Jerry Dunn, Annette Smith, Bruce Pluth, David Ceniceros, practice up. ADANA May, Barry VanBuren, Peter Yuhlir, Karen Armstrong, Adriana Piedrahita, Judy Birch, Brian Scott, Linda Ruppe, Mr. Butler, Martin Wilson, Gay Welch, Mike Bowers, Irene Garovito, Debi Dunn, David Singer, Jeff Gooze, Jerry DelRasorio, Dave Helton and the rest of the gang enioy the Halloween rally. CAROLYN Hodge and Christy Marsola run to class. re mi fa so Ia ti do fx GIL ADAMS - Band Director ofthe A-Band and Wind Ensemble. LEONARD DETERS - Beginning Guitar, Choir, Handbell Choir. Music 233 "HOLD onto your note cards." LAURIE Bingham and Greg Mowry having a friendly chat at lunch. MARCO Quesada, Manny Nunes, ancl Jeff Craig waiting for their burritos. DAVE Newton and Kelly Houk strolling along the campus to their classes. J 'Tl K fi-3'-1'5" Wohin geht Peter? An den see. W0 ist Monika PRISCILLA DETERS - French, Tales of Love and Loneliness. 234 Foreign Language SUSAN GOWIN - Spanish lnterex. mt. . . . Ute, wo ist der hut? In RICK Hartig tries to catch a few "Z's" before lunch is over. TRYNA Green is busy at the switchboard connecting outside lines to classrooms and offices. VICKI Goodman, Yvette Meneses, Clarence Hawkins, Alfonso Jara and Pam Johnson engrossed in an interesting lecture. CARL Miranda hurries as usual to his next class. der -Tsifube. Was DON JOHNSON - Spanish. DON ERA - German, Key Club. Foreign Language 235 COACH Merrill continues tradition and burns Conqueror effigy at L.A. rally. COACH Foster's son checks out the new diving boardi- MR. Winegar repairs Chuck Ciorlieri's iniured elbow. I GOT the ball coach I got ity I got itl one two three ONE one two JERRY COCHRAN - P.E., Wrestling Coach. DON SCHLESINGER - P.E., Basic Math, Soccer Coach. COLE FOSTER - P.E., Track Coach. LAURA LAMPYS - P.E., Softball Coach. DAVE MERRILL - P.E., Football Coach. FRED LONG -- P.E., Baseball, Football Coach. 236 Physical Education l VARIOUS reactions of people, tell the story of this year's rallies. FRESHMEN suffer through another freezing morning PE class. FRANK Blood heads forthe showers after a vigorous tennis match. "WATERPOLO groupies" listen to another story of the game. -Q X i "ji, ' -c 174' Q5 'P we-J' 1 I X l1ree...tw0...one...two...tI11'ee...tI1r r' ,. Tb H if t N HELEN LEFEVERS - Department t- Vi'Vs."s Head, Badminton and Basketball N ' . .... Coach' ,, , 4-'f 2 B PE. GAYLE ROGERS - GPE 9, Modern Dance, Gymnastic Coach. LEONIE HOLLANDER - COED PE, GPE, Tennis Coach. IDA WElL - COED PE, Basketball Coach. Physical Education 237 M' I .x - :Ig , Q ANDREA Hogan prepares to take a BIG bite out of her apple. JULIE Reck and Chris Popp share their lunch of sandwich, milk and cookies. RICK Domingus waits patiently for the I snackateria to open. . , menu: beef gravy and mashed potatoes, green beat CUSTODIANS - AIma'Hluey, Tom Levene, Frank Moronez, Jack Phillips, Billy Merritt, Frank Garcia, Leo Quintana, Leonard Wills. CUSTODIANS - Alma Huey, Tom Levene, Frank 238 Custodians --vs., I I W-f.,. 5 . f ' ' -4 ,f ,rpg -M . 2 , Q- ,U .., iijifbl Milk ....... Soft Drinks . . . Potato Chips . . Cookies .... French Fries . . Taquitos .... Burritos ..... Hamburgers .... Cheeseburger . Donuts ..... ies.... ........5C 2OC!l5G .......l0G G C 0 C ...4C ...OC 6 Pnzzas... 4 "shootout" with the annual staff photographer. 'U-.xg ,I vi-qs zo 25 35 so o 5 25 P 25 Salads . . . .... 256 X354 CRNG Yfmse having 0 so KAREN Launder tries to balance her meal. STUDENTS crowd in the bus to go home. , jello salad, bread and butter, carrot sticks 4 l Y Y r l?" J ll if SNACKATERIA - Martha Jimenez, Marcy Lopez, Betty Eckardt, Angie Sarzotti, Gloria Calvalli, Tammie Garcia, Lori Case, Fran Czarnecki, Aurora Lopez, Rose King, Lydia Nelson, Boots Hartig, Marion Schock, Anna Adam. Snackateria 239 F They Keep Thin S Runnin 4-'dur x fs-x OFFICE STAFF - Back Row: Dee Waldralh, Amy West, Sandy Greasley, Shirley Weeks, , Delsi Lueck, Nancy Ready, Bonnie Slayman. ' AIDES - Top Row: Beth Carlisle, Kay Glass, Helen Holthouser, Sue Blevins, Jayma Sander, Judy Marlin, Mercedes Aragon. Bottom Row: Malion Anderson, Stella Snyder, Lois Jacob, Jennie Rouff, Carolyn Hauson. CAMPUS AIDES - Tom Silva, Delores Jones, Elizabeth Marlin. 240 Office Staff, Aides Tom Ghysils David M. Trost Superintendent Jo Arneson - Board of Education, President S. F. "Joe" Formmo Board of Education, Clerk R. Bruce McPherson Board Member William L. Torres Board Member Robert Schilling Administrator Instructional Gena Dezzutti Administrator John Clonts Area Administrator James E. Johnson Assistant Superintendent Russle J. Ribb Assistant Superintendent WILDCAT secret agent 4? l races to tell the advertising spokesman the final result of the big decision of the Hacienda Heights businessmen's annual meeting. AGENT 336, knowing that it is up to her to deliver the result to the advertisement spokesman successfully and on time, turns it on full speed. 242 Advertisements 'RY M 11 ff' HE must hurry for time is running out. Q gi! JUST in the knick of time, she reaches the ad spokesman who announces to the awaiting Wildcats that the Hacienda Heights' businessmen have decided to support "The Prowler" this year! ALTHOUGH she comes up against some tough opposition, she successfully passes on the message to Agent 436. Ad vertisem en ts Ad Vertisem en ts Ad Vertisem en ts 22 Vine" W , A A K9 i Q X QXJFQQMDBVJN i 'f' me MWWAQQMMWM X77 K wwf nm, Nm WCM X K jwggiih U B s KI WANI S ,,Q3wA1v X QQNATQ ' INTERNATIONAL CL UB WEEE? 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All 1976 Pontiac Firebirds feature Radial tuned suspen- sion, Cut Pile Carpets, a Cockpit Style Instrument Panel and Body Colored Endura Bumpers as standard equipment. Fire- birds Exciting Style is also available with a 250 cu. in. 6 cyl. engine. ' ' BOC CUTBIPO TIAC 3125 E. Firestone Blvd. South Gate just 2 Miles West of the Long Beach Freeway 12131567-2311 t 248 Advertisements , Scissors ' T SPECIALIZING IN CUTS 8: BLOWS X If UNISEX CUTTING WEDGE 8- Bl-LEVEL CUTS OPEN 7 DAYS "A FULL SERVICE SALON" ALSO MANICURING, SCULPTURED NAILS, WAXING 333-'5500 336-9244 'K ' ' V' 3140 COLIMA RD. INEXT T0 ALPI-IA BETA AT HACIENDA BLVD., HACIENDA HTS. Koenig Camera Shop, Inc. 162 Shoppers Lane Covina, California Mr Man 0fH3C1CHd3 Heights Haclenda Heights, California 333 1676 or 333 161 7 2128Mf South Hacienda Blvd. Joseph 's Exclusive Woman s Haircuttmg Hacienda Heights 330 0311 . , . . 2050 S. Hacienda Blvd. Hacienda Village Meats 2021 So. Hacienda Blvd. Hacienda Heights, CA 330-5555 Il' - Y . r 0 l . ' 1- 1 . ,315 i.. KV i i- 250 Advertisements Rick 's Arco The Entree 1 51 56 East Bale Ave. 1 6407 Colima Hacienda Heights, CA Hacienda Heights, C4 336-91 1 6 699-6525 Los Bra vos Hair Design 1 78 Puente Hills Mall City of Industry 965-2569 -3' nliulnnwlgll cumulus Woody's Sporting Goods 2118 S. Hacienda Blvd. 6 Hacienda Heights, CA 968-561 2 Mike 's Deluxe Shoe Repair 21 16 Hacienda Blvd. Hacienda Heights, CA 968-1 669 Advertisements 251 1-1: A , 1. ,., '-:.:n-- ..,: 9 252 Advertisements J V. ,f'. ' Y ' ' 35399313 Scott and Wendy May your future be filled with happiness and suc- cess. Best of luck in the years to come. Your Friends, Donna and Petra Best Wishes to the Grads of '77! Le Chalet Basque Robert H. Price 1 .19 N. 2nd Street La Puente. Calif. 33 0- 9033 A 'T 1 ' ? f .1 E ' ' , E, 3 E fn , 37' v" ""' 3: ' , I sg wif 1?lfQ1fG ff' 47123 , ..,, ' ? TiLr iff-2. y 3 ' RL 1 1 . -' in :Eff ' QP ,L K, in 3 K: 22' dk fl: Q53 ' v jm- . , ,. ,Q "-"Hr ,X - ey Te Country I sf Vol 1 IF Track 1 Rated 30 Two Ti 5359 , ,' X" LYNNCOSSEY: X-Country 3 yrs. ,Annual Staff 2 yrs., Track 2 yrs. ,Band-Aides '2 fyrs.,TConcert Choir 3 yrs., ' I Swing Choir 2yrs.,, Musical 3 yrs., Girls,Gl.ee1I yr., , Spirit Club I yr., H,onor..Roll I yr., Leads inthe Musical 2 yrs., Modeling for Photo Field Trips II, yr., Ski Club., I MARY CRABTREE: BowIingoTeam5I,yri,fSiren I-I yr., 2 I yr., A Band,2V2, Concert Festival 2.yrs.s,, ' it Crateo Exce.I,Ient72yrs.,eSuperior I yr.,1.DistrictQHonor .fff s Bancl I yr., Wind Ensernblef2 yrs., Carnpus,Life 2yrs., 5 fs Junior Varsity VoIIeyba,ll3jI2 yr., Most lnspir..JV I e Volleyball Ifyr., Varsity Volleyball 2 yrs., All Sierrairo- 5 1 Leogue vo11oyoo11 2ndeString I.yrg,AIl-Sierrg oroooooe 'rri Volleyball I Ayr., JVsSoeftbaI,I,,,5I yr.,fVarsityo yrs., Field SciencefCluIb,.InteirQExiI ssomoofogg ' ggffi Girls Club 2yrs., Charlie Spencer Club yr.ff lelii KRIS CRAMER:1DriiIl Team 3 yrs., Drill Team Pres. I yr., Spirit CIubrI yr., Girls Glee I yr., Concert Choir 3 yrs., CSF 2 yrs., Small Precision 2 yrs., Perfect Attendance I yr., Honor Roll 4 yrs., Musical 3 yrs. DARBY CJUNNINGHAM: Bond 3 yrs., choir 3 yrs., Pep Club 2 yrs., Bell Choir 2 yrs., Ski Club, Women's Club, Girls Glee. I S , I R SUE DAMONg Inter-Ex, CSF, Bank of America Award in Lab Science.. y JIM DANIELS: Baseball I yr., CSF 1syr.,.BBond V2 yr., e Honor Society. I e DAWN DAVIS: Spirit Club 1 yr. ' 4 DAVID DAYHUFF: B Bandl yr., Orchestra I yr., Varsity Band 3 yrs., Stage Band I yr., Bach Club Charter Member, A Band Treasurer, Wind-Ensemble 2 yrs., Honor Roll, Charlie Spencer Club. SUSAN DEFOREST: Volleyball I yr., Badminton I yr. KAREN DEKONING: voroiry Tennis 1 yr., Rookie ortho Pfam' . ittr s 1 ii. - ilii if 4 JERRY DEL RASARIO: Track, woior Po1o1,,rsw.irom15g, I Drum Captain, Marching Band 3 yrs., Wind Ensernble13r Captain, Drill Team USA Finalist. Wilson Advisory Comm., Band Activities Comrne.fProm Comm., House of Reps. DONNAGALLEGOS: c1r1S,,ro,n,i11,si3 yrs.,1,GirIs Club, Q yDriII.Tf3clmi 31 yrs., Les yrs., President I fyri,-Key1CIub swoofhooff, Stats' I Tyr., Honor I 'ii' N L, ,V LVAVK i LriV.., .i It I ,V K ,NANCY GALLOP: Roll, ,l, .Pqvqorimo, Ski c1o1 PAULT GARAVITO: yrs. Soccer S2 yrs ,Basketball yrs., AItredQiNeurnan Club,Pres.,, I MARIA IGLORIAIGARCIA: Acappello, omg oloo. DON Honor Roll yrs., Accounting .Contestfat Mt.'Sgri,Antionio College. I I R ,GARY GILLETT: Charlie Spencer, CampusLite, Key Clu , Stage, Craft, Lab Asst. I HonorrGuard. e R JIM GOULD: Pres. iii, Future Farmers of America, 4 yrs., Members of FFA, Bicentennial Extravaganza. PIA GRADIN: Inter-Ex, Concert Choir, Anything Goes, Musical. I ' ' KATHE GRASHAM:,Girls Glee, CSF, Gymnas. 3 yrs., Drill Team 3 yrs., I st Lieut. I yr., Most Outst. Small Precis., 2 yrs., Honor Guard. JUDYLGRAY: CSFi2V2 yrs., Field Science I yr., Perfect Attendance 4 yrs., Honor Roll 4 yrs. , DAVID GRIMSHAW: Ist Place Optimist Essay Con. CINDI GUERRA: CSF, Ski Club, Stats 'n Cats, Winter I Formal Queen, Honor Roll, Powder Puff Football. GREG HALVERSTADT: Basketball I yr., Baseball I yr., Var. Soccer I st Team All League, CIF Certificate Most Improved. RICK HARTIG: Football I yr., Baseball I yr., MVP JV Blgseball, MVP, 2 yrs. Var. Soccer, I yr. CIF. Var. Basketball 2 yrs., Nogale All in Var. Basketball, I st Team .SierrQ.LeG9velQ''fif-2 .R Year Award, Badminton I YF- IIEAR, o c , e iiiei.i, it . I . KIM DEKONING: Tennis Ilfyr., Rookie ofihof, Badminton 2 yrs. R get SYLVIA DEL MEDICO: Aoooonot yr., . ., , IHElIgGElSTglA1Band 3 yrs., B Band I yr., Stage Bandil yr., JV! Soccer I yr., Convention Delegate 76. . IMIICHELLE HEEENER5Dfomo Club for 1 yr., Drama Clul Yrs" Charlie Spencer' Cross Counlly' I ,,.s . ll A Treasurer,,Tl1espianl Society, Awarded Outstanding e BEN DIAZ: VOVSIIY X'C0UnI"Y,2 YVSG f 5 iytg Talent i,l in Drama, Honor Roll 4 yrs., Bank America: Captain I yr., Track 3 yrs., Lettermans Club...eQ eili ss fHqmeelEc0nomics. I I Hour D1xoN. Tennis 4 yrs., Bookotbioil 4 Yrsj.,g31r1s..I fg?g,1 yrs. ' R Vamly Club' I it I Q1 . I f I I ITIlORIE.:yM9fC.hll"lQ Band 3 WS-, Wind S f QQ, I Q ROBIN DRAGOO: Edllo' of Powrffnfs- Beth soc1e1y.rou+h Expfess1on.Leadefsh1o DEBY DUNN: 44 yrs. Marching Band, 2 yrs. Ilss olfislegefe BlFenl"fInnJ9II . I , I Ensemble, el yr. Honor Band, Orchestra, Honorg.Roll,f 1',e, Program. I I , . MUSICOI '74 IEQYOPG TVIPI- 1 f I R y erii if ssyolii 7 iii S 'i'i 7 Choir'3 yrs., Swing Choir LoRn DUTRA: Gans oioo curb 1 211.1 yfs..,coh.oogf1 I 3 , ,,.,, I AYf?fDr,il.liTeefi1ii PY'-I CSE 31Y'5-if I Choir. I R 1 ' I I f I I , .s,. I S syygy ffiflfeirfeictfAttenS Musical 3Ryrs., Honor Roll 4syrs:, KEVIN FERRAU-:io e , .fji i ,,...e e e J of Representatives SALLY FLoREsfLi,i1gol..P1.isurisofiwomons Club sowsog I y , . Contest, Track Slat., Honor Guard, Honor Roll, Drill. 7.4 IWELLEN HHDGINS: GMS Chcilr I yn' 'flu Team' Small Team 3 yrs., Small Precision Team 2 yrs., Most I Outstanding Junior Drill Team Member, Drill Team 254 Senior Achievements, Precision,Honor Roll, CharI1ee,Spencer. TERI HYDE: Gymnastics'f3fyrsf.,,CofClaptain and Capta Powder Puff Football I yr., Mascot I yr., Var. Cheerleader I yr., Honor Guard, House of Reps. Delegate at Convention, Honor Roll, Charlie Spencer Club. DAVE IKENBERRY: Draftingi4 yrs. REVA JAFFE: Perfect Attendance. I LISA JEFFCOAT: Drill Teamt2 yrs., Small Precision, Les Bonnes Amies 2 yrs., Honor Guard I yr., Field Science I yr., CSF 2 yrs., Paw Prints I yr., Songleading I yr. DOLORES JIMENEZ: Concert Choir 3 yrs., GjrlsgGlee Musical. g y PAMELA JOHNSON: JV Tennis 2 yrs., Letteredxin Badminton 2 yrs., Les Bonnes Amies 2 yrs., Marching Band I yr., Student 3V2 yrs., Honor Guard. f DIANA KELLER: BSU Club. g l I I JIM KIMMICK: Electronics Club, A .ts Band, Wind I I Ensemble, Orchestra, Stage Band, Assistant Lib., Band Council, BACH Club. I it I I I I I A DION KING: Basketball 4 yrs., MvP, MIP, Jv-MvP Ereei I ,Throw Award, MIP, Var. Cap., Prep,AIl-American, E lBasebaIl, Lettermans Club, Graphic Art Club2 yrs., ICampus Life 2 yrs. A .liiii S g g LJOHN KING: Var. BaseballI3Lyrs.,Q Prints, .Head 'Editor, Business Manager, Q.uillrand.ScroIl 2 yrs., Field ,Science Club, CSF 4 yrs., Charlie Spencer Strategy Club, President, Siren 2 yrs., Chess Lciebgoeiegreie Amer-Asian Club, Sergeant at Arms,iLettermans Club, Honor Roll, Key Club, Basketb. I I ligiee E y Honor Guard, Powder Puff Football, Field L... yrs., Secretary I yr., Charlie Spencer, House of I I Representatives 2 yrs., CSF. KAREN KORTEPETER: Drill Team 3 yrs., Powder Puff Football. JANICE KRELL: Drama, Paw Prints 2 yrs., Ski Club. ROBERT KRUSEs CSF, Photography 2 yrs., President, 'Homeroom Delegate, Inter Ex Club I yr. MIKAEL LARSSON: Soccer, Tennis, igt, Field Science, Inter- Ex Club. HERESA LAU: CSF I yr., Amer-Asian Club. AREN LAUNDER: Editor, CSF, Bank of America I chievement Award. , yrs., Wind Ensemble I yr., Honor Roll, Girls Glee I yr., Gymnastics I yr., Spirit Club I yr., Paw Prints, Honor Guard, Charlie Spencer Club. MARC MARSALA: Football. CHRIS MARTIN: Student Athletic Trainer 4 yrs., Field Science 2 yrs., Commissioner of Awards I yr. LESLIE MARTIN: Drill Team 2 yrs. ANNA MARTINET: Drill Team I yr. JOE MARTINEZ: Soccer 2 yrs., Football, Lettermans Club. MIKE MCCLURE: Football, Photo Club 2 yrs. DON McCOY: Football 4 yrs., MVDP, Basketball MVP, Baseball, Track 4 yrs., M. Insp., Var. Soccer, Ist Team All-Sierra LeagueXSoccer, Sierra Leag. Soccer Champs. PAULA MCDERMOTT: Lions Club Student Speaker Con., Siren I yr., Honor Roll, Spiritl yr., CSF,tPowder Puff Football tlfynlfgqmpus Life. f y W ,RoBERr,MeGEE,s..Dreme 2112 yrs., Siren I yr., csr Ive ' BOB Football, Tennisf23.ylrs., MVP, t,,, Winning Tennis T eam'.i1 .siii i.s I gg igi I L y RUSS Football,Basketball.I l,, YVETT Ecology Guard,f Var.,gGirIs Club 3'yrs., Softball, I1yr.,QBaldminton,, 1 All Basketball 2yrs.,Ba,sketbalI I yr., Tennis 2 yrs., 'n CatsfgCIub I yr. A y of LEO MERCADOg Soccer, MVP, Ist Team I976,f,AIIE I I Iorfnemsnfisfrecm- HEATHER KIRKWOOD: Drill Team 2 yrs., Beriei .,.ii I ' .,LARRyl1ME,RKLEr MMPc, Wrestling 1 yr. if cELEs,r,ItrsMEssIcK. swing chesr, cerreerr LORI MILLERgLes BenrresAmaes zyrs., . , Senior Senator, Senate I yr., Annual Staff A 4 Charlie Spencer, Honor Guard, Win,ter,,gFormaliggurt, Ski Club- I lf ..lsi 1 f JANICE MILLER: csr 2 yrs., Les Bonnes rsiryl A Guard, Dodger "A" Student, Perfect tgi. MELINA MITCHEL: Fresh. seph. Jun. celess tiyt T ASB President, Drill Team I yr., Var. Cheerleader 2. yrs. Homecoming, Princess Winter Formal, Darn Good . Citizen Award, Girls' State Alternate. g L f I I PATRICIA MORRIS: Bank of America Award fer ,.ii.,,l, Business, Var. Softball Team. E y I oRI LEHNING: csr I yr., spam Glubyrl yr. gyer GREG.IM0WFYfr.C0F'C'?'lCh0i',9'1.d SWS 4.Xf P?Sl.-f AREN A LEWIS- D 'IIT II tiii ACD' AW'1fd.."' B'0"dY'C'Y MUS'c9'.P"'Yf GYPSY' ' ' " earn' .Y"5rr 0. YI- sr'L,,g H,Qutstanding,Frosh. and Soph.,AwardjinyConcegrtsfhoir. ATHY LICARI: CSF I V2 yrs., Tennis Tearn3 yrs.,IField ssgss g MURRAY., Les gohines ill ,L cience I yr., Badminton Igyr., SkI ,., . .rr 9 is grsi I ,..rg PreSI.deUli'5l9flbCll .I yn? Pe,-fecf,AHe.nd EONARD LINK: MMPC, Concert CIIOIIS SWIflQ.CI'IlOI!'f 'lf tti L' 'L ' " I 'i'tL "tl'I I I E' if asketball. g S I ARY KAY LUCZAK: Drama 2 yrs., GirIsiGlee, I I I I I capella, Concert Choir 2 yrs., X-Country, Volleyball, rack, Awarded Trophy for Fastest Mt. Sac. Girls Time, erfect Attendance. I, or y A AVE MAGUIN: Football 3 yrs., MVP, Track, ettermans Club 2 yrs., Powder Puff Football Coach. IA MANGINI: csr, House .ef Reps. I yr., Ai aerial 3 ' ' GlNAfNATOLI:7Var. SoftbaIlg4 yrs., CIF Runner Up, Most Ded., 4 yrs., Var. Basketball, MVP and M. Insp., 3 yrs. Var...VolIeybaill, Most lnsp. Athlete of the Year, Var GirIsjClub lTreasurer, Presidentljl Field Science 2 yrs. lVicefPresidentl, Powder Puff,,lMost Insp.l, Name That Tune' 2F yrs., Honor Guard, Trainer, Speech Contest Finalist. I g y g A JOHN NAVAL X-Country 2 yrs., Track 2 yrs., Perfect Attendance, X-Country. I Senior Achievements 255 yrs., Bank America Award for Drama. , Q1 11 11 -1 1 1. 1 1111 ,M ww. H rzzuas, 3 1: f - s , v 1 f- . f 1 1-11 -'11, f 11 1 '11 11 f .11 ,111 P ,, 11 1, f -,n I D I I O I I M9 5 "' of A sa Y K in 1 L..r WW fm Q 3 A . . . . . , ,I . 1 1 'il-3. "'ff ' 'A A "" l ttdbnll Fueld Science. e Track, Basketball y s., lM.l . yrs.l, o ll 3 yrs rsTEvEfWxlsi5i5E2.rBagklefbqll B Band 3 r nsp 2 F otba Amies l Powder A Band 4 Contest at MSAC, Bus Band 4 yrs., Jr. CSF 2 yrs., Badminton 2 yrs. ep., Formal Paw Baseball 2 yrs. All Sierra Sclence, Honor Club. Allen, C Allen, Campbell, Peter, 161, 98 Biddle, Ross, 178, 98 Bowles 0 Bailey, Cynthia, 178, 46, 56, 104 lib ...ea- 3-... Abbasi, Jane, 13, 122, 253, 117, 157, 116 Abbasi, Tony, 192, 155 Abdelaaty, Maguid, 122 Abe, Dorene M., 160 Abernathy, Kenneth, 178 Acevedo, Rebecca, 192 Acosta, Edward, 192 Acosta, Lisette, 178 Acosta, Nancy, 178 Aguilu, Bradley Alon, 122, 33, 56, 253 Ailporl, Kim M., 178 Alba, Michele L., 192 Aldererte, Genevieve, 178 Alexander, Kristen, 192 Aliian, Debra, 178 Aliian, Richard, 122, 253 heri Dee, 160 Borrilleaux, Dennis, 56 Bartlett, Scotty Lee, 160, 88 Bartlett, Shellie, 123, 253 Bartsch, Dawn Audrey, 123, 49, 38, 253 Bartsch, Lynn A., 178, 191 Basye, Michael, 178 Bosye, Tracy, 193 Bauman, Kirk, 253 Baumer, Robert N., 253 Baumgartner, Diane, 193 Bautista, Jennifer, 123 Baxter, Kevin, 123, 49, 51, 63, 53, 253 Bayer, Deborah, 193 Beaman, Andrew Scott, 123, 153, 253 Beaman, Nanette, 193, 65 Beattie, Peter Joseph, 1 1, 160, 66. 53. 20, 21, 77, 92, 93 Bustillos, Denise M., 193 Bustrum, Annette, 161, 105, 106, 115 Cabrera , Anthony A., 180 Caddick, Mark, 71 , 193 Cahow, Macrml, 161, 64, es, 227, 2:7 Caldera, Armando, 193, 1 Caldera, Edmundaz 161 Calderon, Peter Jr., 103, 101 Callaway, Vicci Jayne, 125 Callas, Mitchell, 180 Camacho, Maria E., 161 Camorena, Enrique, 193 Camarillo, Anthony, 161 Campo, Lawrence, 161 Campagna, Jennice, 161 Campbell, Pamela J., 11, 125, 43, 230, 153 227, 218, 253,156,157 Jill Dee, 178 Allen, Lori, 122, 253 Allen, Stuart, 178 Allevato, Angela, 49 Allison, Heidi S., 122, 127, 49, 53, 112, 56, 1,114,253,155,157 Allison, Lore, 106 Allsman, Jr. Jacob, 178 Allsman, Ricky, 160, 47, 46 Alluis, Petra, 178, 55 Alvarado, Debra Ann, 160, 38, 40, 209, 50, 217 Alvarado, Donna Marie, 160, 187, 223, 45 Alvarado, Ilene, 192 Beaver, John Michael, Beaver. Julie: 178 Beazell, Cathryn, 161, Beckmann, Patricia, 2, Bedi, Raniit, 193 Behrns, Brett D., 161 Behrns, Donald M., 56 Belk, Steven, 125 Beltran, Henry R., 193 Bennett, Christina, 161 Berget, Gregory, 123, Bernier, Richard, 123 160 ra, so 17s, 191,41 42 57, 253 Bezanson, Patricia, 193 Alvarad Alvarez o, Rodney E., 122, 253 , Cari, 178, 55 Alvarez, Michael, 160, 47, 46 Alvarez Alvarez , Robert, 71 , 192 , Roberta L., 192 Amicone, Joyce Lynn, 192 Arnicone, Michael A., 122, 66 ,zo Amicone, Raymond, 14, 70, 178, 7, 191 Amiel, Candace Alison, 160 Amiel, Cynthia E., 160 Amirghan, Aslin, 192 Amorelli, Anthony L., 4, 160, 66, 53, 94 Amorelli, Michele M., 192, 95 Andersen. Roberta L., 122, 253 Anderson, Jeffrey M., 192 Anderson, Pamela, 130, 122, 49, 223, 45, 2, 50, 253 Andrade. Leonard, 178 Arigulo, Douglas, 192 Angulo, Judy, 160 Aperla, Diana, 178 Appleby. Vanessa L.: 178 Appleby, Vickie L., 122 Aragon, Denise, 122, 253 Aragon, James, 88 Aragon, Philip D., 71 , 192 Aragon, Robert C., 161, 122, 6 Aragon, Steven E., 123 Aranda, Margarita, 192 Arballo, Peggy Ann, 160, 217 6, 253 Archambo, Kathleen, 178 Argue, Joanne E., 178 Argue, Loretta, 178 Arian, Lori Ann, 184, 178 Ariyasu, Janene, 178, 51 Arizan, Cecilia, 192 Annan, Rosemary, 160, 217 Armstrong, Gary, 123, 72, 73, 253 Armstrong, Karen, 178, 233, 33 Armstrong, Kelly, 176, 192 Arriaga, Marcella, 160 Arrio1a,1ngrid L., 192, 106 Arvidson, Lawrence, 178 Aubrey, Leonard, 178 Austin, Tom, 178 Avila, Daniel, 192, 103, 101 Aviles, Denise Marie, 192 Aviles, Frances E., 160, 226, 217 Avides, Martha L., 178 Baba, Carol Lisa, 178 Baca, Matt, 75 Bochman, A. Bradley, 160 Ba dasarlan, Walter, 71, 194 Bierman, Mark, 178, 188, 102, 100 Bingham, Laurie Ann, 4, 161, 187, 228, 45, 46, 20, 21 Birch, Judy Ann, 178, 233, 33, 111 sins, Patrick r1.,s, 161, 102 Birmingham, Dawn L., 178 Bishop, Lori Lee, 178, 11 1 Biswell, James P., 161, 51, 56, 89 Bixby, Barbara L., 127, 43, 124, 253 Black, Robin J., 161 Blacliley, Mark W., 179, 70, 49, 72, 73 Blackshear, Brian, 193 Blockshear, Darsi Ann, 124 Blackshear, Megan, 179 Blair, Anthony, 193 Blanchette, Cari Lee, 193 Blattau, Lon, 179 Blissenhoch, Gregory, 193 Blissenhach, Vicki, 179 Blood, Frank P., 161, 237 Badenrtedt, Brett A., 179, 231, 94 Bodwell, Jeffrey, 161 Balanos, Antonio, 161, 56 Ballon, David, 161, 47, 46, 97, 24 Bolleter, Tracy, 179, 46 Boltx, Mark, 124, 253 Boltz, Misti, 3, 179 Boltz, Troy, 161 Bonatede, Annalisa, 124, 38, 40, 41, 253 Bonilla, Robert, 124 Bonner, Byron, 124, 57, 253 Boroclr, John Michael, 179, 49 Borden, Charles R., 193, 103, 101 Boswell, Linda C., 193, 108, 94 Boumo, Deborah, 124 Bourne, Frank, 179 Bauman, Darlene Kay, 179 Campbell, Scott, 193 Cannon, Denali Kel, 193 Cannon, Dane, 161 Cano, Manuel, 70 Capdevielle, Patricia, 162, 38 Capdevielle, Robt S., 126, 253 Capellas, lauren D., 180, 111 Carey, Sherri, 162, 48, 46 Caricchio, Gregory, 71 , 193 Carlisle, Candace M., 180 Carlisle, James E., 194 Carlos, Concepcion, 180 Carlos, Roberto, 194 Carlson, Susan Joy, 162, 46 Carlson, Susan Kay, 126, 48, 33, 253 Carpenter, Clayton D., 180, 64. 56, 65 Carpenter, Kelly Kay, 194 Carpenter, Meredith, 126, 274, 65 Carreira, Elizabeth, 19 Carreon, Hector, 194 Carrico, Cammela, 126 Carrillo, Tony, 162 Carroll, Paul V., 162, 66 Carter, Laura, 161, 162 Cartwright, Susan R., 194 Casas, John, 180, 70 Case, Jill Renee, 194, 55 Casillas, Jose, 180 Cassella, Gino, 180, 70 Castaneda, Deborah A., 126, 28, 56, 1 12, 253 Castaneda, Robert, 162, 22, 23 Castanon, Rick, 126, 253 Castenan, Edgar, 180, 81 Castile, Mark Alon, 126, 253 Castilla, Blanca P., 162 Castilla, Oscar, 180 Castro, Carlos A., 4, 66, 126, 53, 253, 156, 157 Cotron. Da le Blaine, 162, 46 Ceniceros, David, 162, 233. 33 Ceniceros, Ernest, 126, 33, 253 Ceniceras, Robert J., 180, 187, 33 Ceniceras, Ronald, 200, 192, 194 Cervantes, Cervantes, Dolores, 194 Sylvia, 126 Chalein, Athena, 194, 55 Bowan , Eugene, 71 , 193, 94 Bowan, Karen, 12,11,161, 43,108 Bowers, Larry, 193 Bowers, Michael, 179, 233 Bowles, Darwin Alan, 161, 49 Richard L., 179, 49, 33 Chagolla, Daniel, 20, 253, 154 Chagolla, Randolph, 162 Chambers, Darla, 180 Chambers, Linda, 126, 38. 40. 41, 253 Chan, Alvin C. W., 162 Chan, David T., 127 Chaney, Michelle, 194 Channey, William, 180 Chapman, Karen, 194 Bailey, Danny, 178 Bailey, Kenny: 160. 217 Bailey, Mark, 192 Bailey, Paul Douglas, 160, 217, 216 Baker, Alexandra D., 160, 224, 223, 225, 222 Baker, , so. 217 cms., 123, 253 Baker, Kevin Ray, 70, 178, 20 Baker, Scott D., 192, 71, 204 Boker, Steven L., 123 Baker, Todd, 178, 95 Balagot, Danna, 160, 217 Balagot, Roberta A., 192 Balderas, Albert R., 123, 233, 253 Balderas, Alfred M., 160, 53, 33 Balkey, Chris, 192 Bancroft, Debbie Banks, Jane, 160, 217 Banks, John, 192 Bonuelos, Tracy, 192. 103 Boptista, Michael Ed, 178 Baptisto, Terry, 160, 217, 93 Boptista, Tim, 123 Baraias, Jesus, 130, 123, 82, 253 Baraias, Luis, 160 Borba, Sonya, 160, 38, 39, 50 Baba, Steve, 71 , 192 Barber, Paul M., 123, 88, 253 Barker, Lisa, 193 Barnett, Annie, 193 Barltt, Stephen J., 193 1 Bowley, Don, 161, 75 Bowley, Sheryl Ann, 179 Bracci, Janet, 161, 38, 40. 55. 50 Bradford, Michele R., 193 Bradshaw, Shannon M., 124, 253 Bragg, Kathleen, 179, 49, 46. 108 Bramlett, Laurie, 179, 50 Briggs, Melissa A., 179, 49, 55 Bright, Peter Arlen, 125, 47. 46 Britten, Kerry J., 193 Britten, Lydia, 125 Broadley, Garrett W., 16, 161, 103 Bra6k,Jeff, 171, 193 Brooks, Sherie Lynn, 193 Brown, Lisa D., 193 Brown, Mark Samuel, 66, 125, 253 ' Brown, Michael P., 161 Brown, Robert J., 71, 217 Brown, Scott W., 204. 205. 114, 75, 94 Brown, Yvette, 125, 214 Bruce, Eugene, 125 Bnrgnano, Gladys, 179 Brunotto, Charles, 193 Brunotto, Dora, 161 Buchanan, Michele H., 161, 49, 225, 218, 56,105,106,115 Buck, Dorothy Jean, 193 Buck, Mary K., 49 Buennogel, Maryann, 193 Buettner, Brion Gene, 161, 53 Burkert, Doreen: 179 Burkert. Mary, 161 Burklew, Sherry L., 130, 125, 218 lurks, Stephen Eric, 179, 49 Burnett, Nancy J., 125, 49, 51, 33, 253 Burns, Lorraine, 13, 161, 38, 40, 41, 50, 217 Burns, Michael, 179 Burrow, Barbara D., 179 Burrow, Ruth Lee, 125, 46 Burruel, Chris, 180, 89, 88 Bustamante, Juan M., 16, 161 Bustamante, Sandra, 180 Chatel. Johanne, 194, 55 Chavez, Anna Marie, 127, 49, 253 Chavez, Deborah Ann, 194 Chavez, Elaine, 127. 253 Chavez, Jesus, 180 Chavez, Letticia, 180 Chavez, Patricia, 162 Chavez, Sylvia, 194 Chavira, Cecilia, 162, 54 Chavira, Ernest, 180, 88 Chavira, Lorraine, 162, 47, 46, 22 Cherrett, Dion, 194 Cho, Jae Hoon, 57 Cibrian, Lorenzo, 180 Ciolieri, William, 194, 71 , 94 camianz, chan... 2, oo, 127, 222, 224, 236, 156, 157. 93 Cirrone, Dale J., 127, 253 Cirrone, Rusty Lin, 180, 191, 38 Cisneros, Debra, 194 Cisneros, Manuel, 194 Cisneros, Maria, 127 Cisneros, Roxanne, 194 Claisse, Kathleen, 127, 115 Clancy, Mary Ann, 180 Clan Raymond 128 253 CY. I Clark, Carmen, 194, 55 Clark, David, 15, 194, 102, 100 Clark, L Clark, L Clark, L aura, 162 aurie Ann, 4, 128, 33, 231, 253 inda Mary, 180 Clarke, James Andrew, 180, 33 Clementi, Christopher, 194 Cleveland, Duane A., 194 Cleveland, George, 180 Clifford, Michael, 180, 70 Cline, Elizabeth, 194 Cline, John D., 162, 165 Clinkenbearcl, Mitchel, 194, 1 14, 75 Colby. Jeffrey, 194 Coleman, Kathy, 128, 36, 253 Coleman, William S., 194 Ut' oli ma, Maria Teresa, 162, 46 ollins, Andre, 71 , 194 ollier, Bill, 162 aniglio, Thomas, 162, 53, 100 Dfl nacher, Helen, 194 anright, Janis Eeann, 162 an treras, Christophe, 180 ontreras, Jorge A., 180, 89 antreras, Mary H., 194 ooke, Bonnie Lynn, 194 ooke, Rabt., 3. 128 arreia, Heide J., 162, 220 ortes, Maria S., 180 ortez, Caroline, 194 D! sey, Down, 162, 36, 37 ossey, Lynn, 128, 47, 46, 21, 253 :iv DV av arruhias, Gayle, 194 arrubias, Lorie -- 128 ey, Robert, 194 swan, Harris S., 184 :lr , Cheryl, 194, 33 air, Dale Lee, 194 ax, Kevin, 163, 66, B8 ox, Scott Allen, 128 ax, Tamara, 180 le, Kathryn E., 50 'abtree, Mary E., 128, 104, 253 aig, Jettrey W., 228, 22, 128, 23 'amer, Kristine, 128, 38, 228, 40, 46, 215 'ane, Craig, 194 Jbillas, linda Ann, 163, 214 Jbillas, Marco A., 163 Jbillas, Steven T., 180, 63, 53 revas, James C., 180 ilbertson, Sharon, 180 Jmbie, Eric, 195 lmmings, David, 195 lnningham, Darvy, 195 inningham, Craig K., 195 lmmings, Sally, 180 lnningham, Pamela S., 180 lrley, Patrick, 195 Frry, Janice, 180 tsey, Carrie Ann, 195, 220, 208, 232 itler, Jonathan D., 180, 81 llrnatafl, Willlam A., 180 lmata, Joseph, 163 lmon, Susan, 128, 51, 254 lman, William, 195, 88 indrea, Frederick J., 195, 185, 103, 102, 100 ndrea, Mary, 163, 38, 50, 111 niels, James, 254 rliels, Jennifer, 195 rr, Wendy, 128 ughenbuugh. Kam, 195, 113, 112 vies, Alfred Oneol, 180, 46, 57 vies, Rico, 128, 57 vies, Wanda, 195. 57 vis, Dawn E., 163, 191, 254 vis, Jerry Allen, 180 vis, Lisa Ann, 180 is, Raymond M., 195 son, Michael David, 180 son, Steven, 163, 176, 219, B3 hutt, David Ross, 128, 51 , 233, 35, 33, 54 hull, Melinda Ann, 49, 55 , Glenn K., 195 1, Darlene, 195 I, Darrell, 95 1, Diana, 180 l, Doris, 195 n, Jack, 163, 226, 227 n, Jett, 181 n, Rondo: 163 n, Stephanie, 181, 106 aca,Gina,195 oca, Helen, 180, 57 any, Tewtik, 181 s, Fred Clement, 195 s, Victor, 181 rest, Susan M., 128, 254 raeve, Jitske, 195 ruccla, Dean: 195, 88 mer, Walter M., 195, 65, 88 ning, Karen Lee, 128, 254, 115 ning, Kenneth J,, 195 oning, Kim Louise, 125, 254, 115 by, Aaron, 163, 103, 100 by, Teresa, 129 ney, Sherry, 163, 46, 56 rambelie, Mark, 181 adilla, Sandra, 195 ado, Denise Marie, 163 ado, Katherine L., 163 ado. Rebecca, 163, 1 13 , John Jr., 163 edico, Sylvia, 129, 254 za, Andy, 195 za, Renee, 181, 57 zier, Kimberly, 181, 49, 22, 23 sario. Bernard, 195, 65 sario, Gerald, 5, 129, 233, 35, 102, , 100. 254 , Lorraine, 195 a, Geotferey, 163, 55 Ile, Martin J.: 181 is, Terri: 163 ala, Tamara, 181, 113 mus. DeAnn, 163, 49, 28, 52, 112, 3, 1 14 le, Edward, 195 se, Diane, 181, 49 ese, Michael V., 163, 103 ond, Jan Leslie Diamond, Jerett L., 195 Diamond, Kim E., 195, 55 Diaz, Angelina, 195 Diaz, Beniamin, 63, 254 Diaz, Julie Ana, 195 Diaz, Rebecca C., 16, 163, 174, 226, 220 Dibie, Julie, 195 Dietirldart, Jane, 163 Dinger, Cherie A., 23 Dingman, Denise, 195 Dion, Michael W.: 181 Dirlam, Linda, 129 Dixon, Holly, 28, 112, 113, 106, 254,107 Dizan, Cristina, 195 Dizon, Diana V., 181 Doon, Angela, 181 Doon, Karen Lynn, 195 Dodrill, Donna Lynn, 163, 33 Doherty, Todd, 163 Dominguez, Fernando, 181, 70, 191 Dominguez, Georgina, 195 Dominguez, Richard, 181, 238, 101 Dong, Hoa Nhu, 195 Dongelmans, Natalie, 181 Daly, Phillip Scott, 163 Daty, Steven James, 196 Dawdall, Dennis L., 163 Dowdall, Rabin, 181 Drogoo, Robin Ann, 254 Dransteldt, Rebecca, 181 Drew, Kathy, 196, 51 Drotman, Marc B., 196 Duarte, Donna, 163, 52, 33 Ducata, Nicholas P., 196 Duck, Thomas Steven, 163, 49, 64, 65 Duncan, Debra, 163 ' Dunn, Deborah J., 142, 129, 233, 33, 254 Dunn, Jerome A., 163, 233, 33 Duran, Mary Ellen, 181, 56, 105 Dutra, Lori, 220, 46, 254 Dutra, Stevan, 71 , 194, 196, 94 Duvall, Sanford, 129 Dvirglia, Michael A., 16, 163, 98, 99 Dzubnar, Michael D., 16, 66, 53, 215, 72 Easr, William, 129 Easterling, Susan L., 163, 48 Ebersole, Mark R., 129 Ebersole, Steven, 181 Ecklalf, Anthony, 181 Eggleston, Michael, 196 Eggleston, Shannon L., 163, 177, 51, 108, 1 1 1 Eisenhower, Andrea, 163 Eisenhauer, Joe, 181 Eisenhauer, Howard, 181 Ellsalde, Mark Ramon, 129 Elizando, Patricia, 196 Ellington, David, 181 Elliott, Barbara, 196 El1iatt,James H., 181 Elrick, Eric, 181 Embree, Christian, 196 Enriques, James, 181 Enslaw, Diana Lynn, 147, 129, 36, 37 Escalante, Leticia, 164, 49, 46, 55 Espinoza, Sherri, 129 Este-vez, Blanca E., 164, 169, 187, 211, 51, 57, 58 Estevez, Raul, 181 Everett, Laurie, 196, 105, 106 Everly, Janet Lynn, 181 Everly, Karen Beth, 164, 50 Ewald, Stanley, 164 Ewert, Susan, 164, 211, 228, 209 Ewing, rqnyu, nv Fabian, Paul Edward, 129, 66, 92, 93 Fabrizio, Eric D., 164, 94, 95 Fadden, Amy 8.,164, 112 Fohmy. Mary: 129, 152 Farmer, Kenneth E., 164 Favela, Dena M., 181, 38, 40, 20, 58 Fedele, Elizabeth, 181 Fedele, Terri, 129 Fennell, Diane, 164 Fernandez, Mark A., 164, 33, 77 Fernandez, Mark M., 196 Fernandez, Michael P., 51, 129, 154,157 Ferrall, Kevin, 49, 254 Fesler, Timothy, 196, 31 Figone, Rebecca, 181 Figueroa, Angel Mark, 130, 66, 53, 157, 92 93 Figueroa, Michael, 181, 70 Figueroa, Patricia A., 130, 2, 49, 53, 93 Finch, Michael K., 196 Fishe, Kristy, 164, 45 Fisher, Glenn Craig, 181, 94 Fisher, Gregory Earl, 196 Fisher, Suzanne Jane, 181, 33 Fleming, Sherrie Lee, 181 Flores, Elias, 196, 73 Flares, Leonard, 130, 66, 53 Flares, Marcos, 181 Flares, Phillip E., 130, 66, 53, 77, 155, 157 Flores, Sally, 138, 130, 12, 11, 38, 228, 40, 41, 157, 254 Flarez, Grace Ella,181, 33 Flarez, Merlinda, 130 Fontenal, Michael, 70, 181, 73, 75 Fontenat, Rodney Jr., 141, 93 Ford, Matthew G., 130, 4, 66, 29, 53. 98 Foresta, Richard J. Farmina, Jeffrey, 182, 98, 99 Forschew, Jayne M., 164 Foster, Dawn Marie, 152, 55 Fax, Richard S., 182 Foxen, James Raymond, 164, 46. 24, 25 Fracisco, Alexander, 182 Francisco, Julia, 182 France, Tam, 164 Frank, Karen Lynn, 182 Fravel, Sheri, 164, 49, 46 Frazier, Teresa French, Robert, 164 Frios, Diane, 164 Fuentes, Art, 1 14, 75 Fuiikavra, Karyn D., 164, 49, 225 Fuller, Scott, 164 Fuller, Steve M., 130 Funara, Kim Ann Furnari, Katherine, 164 Furnari, Patrick, 131 Gadut, Alice, 182, 1 13 Gaiza, Laura, 254 Galbraith, Kelly Ann, 182 Gallagher. Diana Lynn, 131 Gallagher, Robert W., 182 Gallegos, Danna, 131, 38, 48, 39 Gallegos, Elizabeth, 182, 48 Gallige, Bob, 94 Gallop, Nancy, 131, 49, 254 Gandara, Frank R., 164, 216 Ganze r, Gary M., 65 Garavito, Irene R., 182, 49, 51, 233, 33 Garavito, Jr. Paul, 131, 89, 254 Garcia, Eleanor, 182 Garcia, Gisela, 131 Garcia, Jose Luis, 164 , Maria Gloria, 131, 254 Garcia Garcia, Michael, 71 , 196 Garcia, Myrna, 182 Garcia, Patricia, 196 Garcia, Patricia Ann, 196 Garcia, Reynold, 131 Garcia, Ronald, 182 Garcia, Roxanne L., 182, 105 Garcia Garcia Gardin , Theresa, 196 , Victor G.,182, 89 er, Greg, 70, 182 Gardner, Catherine, 196, 112 Gardner, Stephen, 182 Garrida, Jahn, 164 Garrison, Guy Jeffrey, 164, 94 Garrison, Kenneth D., 182 Garrison, Pamela, 131 Garza, Laura, 131 Gayle, James Lorin, 131 Geesink,1rma Josepha, 165, 164, 49, 56 106 Geesi n k,PeggyF., l82,49, 106,115 Geiger, Frank, 196 Geiger Gentry Gentry , Heidy,182, 46,105,111 , Debra, 131 , Sonia, 165. 56.106 Gerkey. Ricky, 196 Gerrior, Donald, 165 Ghent, Denise, 182, 36, 37 Gherson, Janet E., 165, 209, 46 Gibbs, Cynthia J., 196 Gibbs, Gibson Gibson Gilder, Gillan, Robert David, 132 , Donna Ann, 132, 254 , Laurie Lynne, 182 Stuart A., 196, 71, 75 Charles A., 196, 71, 205 Gillespie, Jim, 196 Gillett, Gary Alan, 132, 254 Gilmartin, David, 196 Gilmartin, Diane, 182 Gilmartin, Don, 165 Giusti, Christopher, 182 Glaab, Mark Richard, 182, 93 Glackin, Donna, 132 Glass, Frederick H., 197 Glass, Sandra, 182, 111 Glisson Gluck, Gluck, , Amos M.,165, 53 Katherine, 152 David, 1, 182 Goldberg, Joes Ellen, 197,176.55 Goldstein, Rochelle, 139, 165 Golenar, Robert, 176, 182. 63 Gomez Gomez Gomez Gomez Gonzal , Carlos, 132 , Jan,182, 70, 94, 95 ,Lilia, 197 , Mark, 197, 198, 98, 94 es, Cindy M., 197 Gonzales, Clara, 165 Gonzales, George M., 182, 70, 94 Gonzales, Ismael, 182 Gonzales, Virginia, 197 Gonzales, Wendy, 182 Gonzalez, Antonio A., 197, 103, 33, 101 Gonzalez, Becky, 182 Gonzalez, Deborah, 165, 49 Gonzalez, Denise Dawn, 197 Gonzalez, Maria Pat, 165 Goodale, Gaodale, Goodman Goodman Marcia, 182, 48 Melanie Ann, 165 , C. Barry: 165, 103 . Deon: 165 Goodman, Vickie L., 132, 235, 22 Goodman, W. Barton, 182, 101 Goodman Goodson, , Timothy, 197 Robert M., 197, 71 Gooze, Jeffrey Lauren, 182, 233, 33 Gordon, Kathi: 130, 132, 254 Goren, Eli, 197 Goren, Henry, 165 Gorman, Ann M., 197, 224 Gottesman, Scott, 197 Gotta, Laura, 138, 165, 49, 28, 47, 46, 2 Gould, James, 132, 254 Gauld,Jayne: 182 Gradiein, Pia, 254 Graham, Annolee, 197 Graham, Cynthia, 165 Graham, Gregory Lee, 165, 46 Graham, John Charles, 197, 71 Graham, William, 182 Grasham, Kathleen, 132, 38, 49, 41 , 39, 108, 254, 94 Gref, Terri, 132 Gray, Judy E., 132, 49, 28, 50, 254 Gray, Steven, 182, 33 Grayless, Paul, 182, 56 Graziani, Christine, 197 Gregory, Susan, 132, 230, 112, 113 Green, Terri Lynn, 194, 57, 4 Green, Tryna, 165, 235 Greenup, Karen, 143, 165, 49, 50 Greer, Sharon Lynn, 182 Griego, Catherine, 182 Griego, David L., 197 Griffin, Greg, 98, 165, 215 Griffin, Larry, 197, 103, 101 Grimshow, David R.: 132, 254 Grimshaw, Susan C., 182 Grinager, Cassandra, 165, 228, 209 Grinager, Shelly L., 182 Grundy, Eric Lee, 197 Grundy, Geoffrey, 165, 49, 54, 46, 22, 23 Grundy, Rosemary, 183, 113 Gubler, Ross William, 165, 77 Guccione, Mark, 103, 100 Gudenau, Brian: 165 Guernsey, Sonia Beth, 183, 133 Guerra, Carmen Y., 165, 117, 116 Guerra, Cynthia Ann, 132, 20, 21, 254 Guerra, Kathryn M., 183, 137, 33 Gutierrez, Audrey M., 183, 48 Gutierrez, Cynthia, 132 Gutierrel. Manuel, 165 Haag, Ruben, 165 Haber, Bruce, 165 Hagen, Gary, 183, 49, 97 Hagen, Paul A., 197 Haig, Neil, 183 Hallin, Jeffrey, 165, 103, 33 Halverson, Donald, 183 Halverson, Michael, 197 Halverstadt, Carl G., 221, 89, 154, 254 Hama, Mark Conrad, 165, 49, 50, 57, 83 Hambeltan, James A., 197 Hamilton, Patricia, 132 Hammible, Jamie, 197, 57 Hannible, Maria, 183 Hammersly, J. Michael, 183, 81 Hansen, Bruce Garland, 183, 46 Hansen, Roxanne, 197 Hansen, Susan Gay, 138, 165, 49, 38, 46 Hanson, Karen, 197 Hanson, Paula, 133, 48 Harolson, Jody, 183 Harmon, Beth Ellen, 165, 108 Harmon, Mike, 165, 188, 53, 94 Harman, Pamela R., 197 Harman, Paul, 165 Harmon, 1im, 70, 183 Harrington, Craig, 133 Harrington, Scott M., 197, 1 14, 75 Harris, Jennie Ann, 165, 46 Harris, Kelly, 183 Harris, R. Kevin, 197 Hart, Anthony, 71 Hart, Denise, 183, 57 Hartig, Eric Lee, 133, 235, 254 Hastings, Dianne, 197 Hathcock, Kari L.: 197 Havlovic, Tammy L., 165, 220, 47, 46 Hawkins, Clarence Jr,, 235, 77, 254 Hawkins, David, 94 Hawkins, Sheldon, 183, 81, 70 Hawkins, William D., 166 Hawks, Donna M., 166 Hayes, Joey Grant, 197 Lew, Sharon T., 3, 42 Lewis, Hayes, Kathy, 183 Hayes, Patrick, 133 Healy, Cattileen Ann, 166, 115 Healy, Debra Marlene, 197 Hebert, Jo Ann, 166, 49, 19 Hebert, Jr. Paul C., 198 Hecht, Christine, 162, 166 Hedge, Gregory, 198 Hedge, Mark Leroy, 70, 183 Heffner, Michelle, 133, 254 Heideman, Robert C., 169, 183, 187 Heilgeist, Angela M., 183 Heilgeist, Peter, 33, 154, 254 Heirn, Michael, 198 Heinrichs, Debra Lynn, 198, 33 Helton, David Henry, 233, 183, 53, 33 Henderson, Katherine, 198 Henderson, Randall, 103, 183 Henderson, Robert, 183 Hengstebeck, Joseph: 70, 183 Henson, Deborah, 133 Henson, Jim, 166 Henson, Leslie, 183 Hepner, Ron L., 198 Hernandez, Debra, 166 Hernandez, Diana, 198 Hernandez, Diana, 198 Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez , Gabriel, 166, 65, 231 ,Juan, 33, 183 Kenneth, 192, 198 Hernandez, Philip, 152, 46 Hernandez, Robert, 166 Hernandez, Sarah, 198 Hernandez, Silvia, 166 Herrera, Gerardo, 133, 254 Herrington, Cindy L., 38, 183 Hessing, Paul A., 166 Hicks, Mono Patrice, 166, 38, 116, 16 Hied, Kim, 198 Hied, Wmothy Alan, 133 Hildebrandt, Laura, 191 Hill, Blake A., 71,198 Hill, Bradford Dean, 166 Hill, Gregory, 198 Hillman, Nancy Anne, 12, 10, 2, 166, 172, 42, 94 Hillman, Susan Lynne, 198 Himderaker, Laura, 133 Hines, Merrick A., 166, 56 Hinshelwood, Ann E., 183 Hinshelwood, Paula, 166 Hodge, Carolyn, 198, 233 Hodge, Donna, 183 Hodges, Tina C.: 198 Hoeflinger, Julie A., 183 Hoetker, Larry, 183 Haffer, Terri, 166 Hoey, Eric, 198, 57 Hogan, Andrea Lynn, 183, 49, 238 Holguin, Alva, 133 Holguin, Morcie, 198 Hol1ie,Jeff, we Hollinger, Bruce W., 166 Hollinger, James 8., 154 Holt, Ginger E., 198, 33 Holt, Richard E., 166, 66 Halthouser, Kenneth A., 198, 33 Hood, Ralph, 198 Hopkins, David Allen, 166 Horie, Pamela A., 198, 208, 33 Horie, Richard M., 133, 51, 33, 254 Houk, Kelly Dee, 183 Houston. John, 133 Howard, James W., 183 Howard, Robin Lynn, 133, 38, 222, 39, 47, 46. 254 Howry, John, 75 Hoy, Kevin Scott, 166, 48, 93 Hoy, Kimberly Ann, 198 Hrynezuk, Robert, 166, 217, 225, 73 Hubler, David Glenn, 166, 98, 99 Hudgins, Ellen, 133, 254 Hudgins, Mercedes J., 167, 164, 210, 33 Huerta, Ann Marie, 183 Huff, Gregory: 183 Huffstetler, Jeffry, 167, 49 Hughes, Loralee Gail, 183 Hughes, Tim, 167 Humble, Ronald, 183 Humble, Suzanne, 198 Hunt, Jon M., 183 Hunt, Kathryn, 183 Hunter, James Kevin, 133 Hunter, Karen E., 198 Hurley, Faith A., 5, 167, 220, 52 Husband, Christi Anne, 198, 105 Husbands, Terk Oren, 167, 53 Huter, Laura, 183, 1 11 Huter, Susan, 3, 167, 20 Hyde, Sheri, 198 Hyde, Teri L., 142, 134, 139, 4, 124, 254 lcamen, Brian K., 183, 81 lgna, Jean M., 198, 55 lgna, Robert, 183, 57 lkenberry, David Lee, 134, 254 Inman, Cynthia, 167 Isaacson, Sally, 183, 46 lsaka, Yvette, 198 lwamato, Alyson N,, 197, 198, 220, 208, 232 lwamoto, Cynthia N., 10, 167, 172, 42 Jacobs. Gina R., 183 Jaenichen, Andreas, 183, 81 Jaffe, Alison C., 167, 22 Jaffe, Revo S., 134, 254 Jara, Alfonso, 235 Jara, Cesar, 183, 33, 82 Jara, Soledad, 198 Jaramilla, Christina, 134 Jaramillo, Ralph, 184, 101 Jeffcoat, Lisa, 142, 134, 139, 49, 45, 254 - Jefferson, Dale, 184 Jefferson, Paul 198 Jempibul, Mononte, 167 Jimenez, Daniel J., 161, 167, 66, 48, 86, 98 Jimenez, Dolores E., 134, 46, 254 Jimenez, Donna Marie, 198 Jimenez, Philip, 71 , 208 Jimenez, Rosemary, 167, 177, 211, 222, 57 Jimenez, Yendri, 184 Johnson, Coral Marie, 167, 164 Johnson, Karen L., 198 Johnson, Noel E., 167, 33, 254 Johnson, Pamela, 134, 235, 48, 33 Johnson, Robert T., 167 Janes, Cynthia, 199 Janes, John, 199 Jones, Jon Scott, 184, 55, 199 Jones, Mark Allen, 184 Jones, Sandra Lynn, 167, 55 Juarez, Ralph A., 184, 209, 55 Juarez, Steve A., 167, 66 Juarez, Steve J., 134 Jusok, Joseph A., 134 Kai, Diane Yoke, 199 Kambeitz, Virginia, 199 Kane, Thomas, 134 Kampon, Susan, 197, 199 Kaplan, Amy Beth, 167, 49 Karnowski, Martin, 199 Karnowski, Rarie J., 184 Keaveny, Gino Louise, 199 Keaveny, Scott, 167, 103, 100 Keller, Dean Lyle, 199 Keller, Diana L., 134, 57, 254 Keller, Elaine, 199 Kenford, Lisa K., 199, 33 Kennedy, Elizabeth, 167 Kennedy, William, 184, 56, 88 Kerz, Helen E., 184 Kerz, Robert John, 167 Kewitsch, Elizabeth, 199, 112 Kilarski, Barbara, 184, 40, 49, 22, 23 Kim, Moriorie, 167, 45, 49, 223, 50, 57 Kimmick, James Victor, 135, 57, 233, 35, 33, 56, 254 Kimrnick, Russell S., 199, 33 King, Dion, 135, 53, 56, 77, 254 King, John D., 135, 49, 50, 255 Kirby, Bruce W., 184, 80, 81, 78 Kirby, Robert, 167, 65 Kirkwood, Heather, 135, 11, 50, 225, 255 Klein, Lee Ann, 184 Kleine, Margaret, 220 Klingonsmith, Laura D., 167 Knight, Earl, 135 Knight, Linda Ann, 167, 35, 36, 105 Knight, Susan, 135 Knightan, Laura, 167 Knightan, Robert M., 135 Knighton, Steven D., 135, 47 Knoll, Mike, 94 Kocot, William J., 199 Kodurno, Carolyn S., 199, 57, 133, 115 Kolar, Kathleen S., 184 Kollin, Ingrid, 49 Killin, Michoil, 184, 89 Konrad, Jodi H., 184 Kaop, Kim, 167 Kortepeter, Karen, 136, 11, 38, 225, 255 Krell, Janice, 135, 136, 225, 255 Kresawski, Andrew, 199 Krol, Christopher R., 184 Kroo, Antony, 199 Kruse, Robert N., 136, 55, 225, 255 Kubo, Gregory, 199, 57 Kuhn, Patricia, 136 Kunkel, Kirk F., 184 Kuntzman, Heidi, 199 Kunz, Laurel liane, 199, 11 1 Kvochok, Gregg, 70, 94 Kvochak, Kathleen, 167, 108 Lagus, Linda Helen, 184, 216 Lagus, Tina Marie, 199 Loiia Cecilia, 167, 77, 211, 222, 56, 57, 214, 105, 116 Laiia, Ernesto, 184, 70, 88 Laija, Norma, 184, 105, 106, 117, 116. Lambert, Cindy, 136 Lange, Patrick, 136 Lankford, Lisa, 167 Landsdole, Kevin, 199 Laplante, Lawrence J., 167 Laponsey, Kathleen, 167 Laponsey, Patricia M., 199 Larrinua, Grace, 167, 49, 50, 1 15 Larson, Lauren, 167 Larson, Linda M., 199, 113, 115 Larsson, Mikael Der, 136, 51, 15, 19, 88, 225, 255 Latham, Carol A., 184, 33 Latham, Coleen G., 199 Lau, Ronald Hong, 199, 35 Lau, Theresa, 136, 57, 225, 255 Lauer, Craig, 15, 167, 35, 102, 33 Launder, Karen, 136, 124, 239, 225, 255 Launder, Kathleen, 168, 225 Lavigne, Stacy, 184 Lazurs, Toni R., 199, 7, 57, 105 Leach, Katheryn Ann, 184 lee, Felecia, 168, 57 Lee, Norman G., 168, 222, 33, 46 Lees, John Charles, 168, 56 Lehning, Lori, 136, 225, 255 Leib, Michael, 168 Leighton, Bruce, 136, 147 Lemon, Jeffrey, 184 Len, Kenneth, 199 Len, Ronald, 16, 168 Lsngtei, Clifford, 199 Lennartz, Tammy, 199 Lespron, Arthur, 184, 188 Lester, Kenneth, 199 Lester, Shannon Kay, 199 Lester, Steven Eric, 136 Levick, Kim, 184 Lew,Pamelo,131,14,168,171,210,57, 58 Lewis, Lewis. Diana Lynne, 184 Karen Ann, 136, 41, 225, 255 Rebecca: 168 Licari, Christopher, 199 Licari, Katherine A., 136, 112, 225, 255 Licari , Sandra L.,184, 88 Liebe, Michael, 184 liebe , Robert, 168 Liebing, Birgit, 1 1, 199 Lieggi, Nick Wayne, 226 Lieras, Joey M., 168 Lightner, Curtis, 168, 66, 220, 217, 232 Lim, Perrin Y., 184, 49, 53, 50 Lima, Sherry Anna, 168 Linares, Margarita, 4, 200 Linde, Ann K., 200, 65, 111 Linde, RobertG.1l, 5, 184, 103, 102, 100 1k.leonardJr., 136, 57, 47, 46, 215, 77, 225, 24, 255 iowski, Thomas E., 200, 103 ltern, Kimberly, 200, 33, 108 Ile, Stacey, 200, 208, 33 rmas, Andres, 16 rrnas, Maricelo, 200 aixa, Veronica P., 200 ckett, Joe, 168 eser, David, 184 gan, Claudia, 168, 45, 20 aan, Darren, 200 gan, Keith, 168 meli, Cynthia, 184 rrgenecker, Leann, 184 nmis, Melinda, 184 patriello, Richard, 70 pez, Cynthia, 2111, 197, 224 roto, Michael, 184 rata, Richard, 154 re, Deborah, 184,182,187, ue, Renee Alexis, 184 well, Jeffrey, 168 lano, Edward Villa, 184, 97 sano, Olivia, 168 3, Gust avo, 168, 89 s, Mario, 200 :ah George: 57 :ero, Gary, 168 :sak, Mary Kay, 136, 225, 2 lvik, Douglas F., 184 Jvilt, Mark Allen, 168, 66 go, Gino, 164, 57 an, Michael, 88 1-Pasxyc, Christine, 184 uch, Casey, 200 nmer, Jane Ann, 200 nmer, Randolph, 184, 70 tday, Alise M., 184 iday, Krista, 137 rdquist, Jody May, 49 42 5 5 MCGQM1. Jun F., 71, 201, 94 McGee, Robert, 138, 49, 54. 22, 23, 255 McGill, Kathleen Ann, 185 Mcllravy, Elizalsetts, 185 McKelvey, John, 169, 209, 56 Mctfendry, Cheryl L., 169 McKendry, Steven, 185, 66 McKennon, Michael, 169, 97 McKennon, Robert J., 138, 66, 97, 255 McKibbon, Matthew W., 169 McKie, Russell J., 138, 255 McKinn, Paul, 185 Mclinnis, Jodi, 185 , McMurray, Barbara, 169 Meadows, Robert E., 185 Medina, Abel, 70 Medina, Andrew, 71 , 201 Medina, Debra, 201 Medrano, Lisa, 138 Meek, Dawn, 201 Meeks, 8rett, 201 Meeks, Michelle, 169, 164, 33 Meighan, E. Helen, 169 Meighan, Janice, 201 Meinke, Tracy J., 201, 71 Meiia, Amanda Jane, 201 Melendex, An1onieta,201 Melendes, Christina, 169 Melgozo, Diana, 185, 38, 57 Mena, Alfredo Ill, 169 Mena, Lorenzo, 185 Menaugh, James, 201 Mendiveles, Renee, 201 Mendoza, Monica, 185 Meneses, Yvette, 139, 49, 235, 28, 56, 1 12, 106, 1 15, 255 Mentele, Susan, 169 Menxel, Dolores: 184. 185 Mercado, Ernesto, 201 Mercado, Eva, 185 Mercado, Guisela, 201 Moss, Elisabeth, 201 Mass. Mark, 170, 66, 215 Mowry, Gregory J.: 140, 20, 228, 47, 46, 21,157, 24, 255 Movrry, Leisa L., 186, 147, 46 Moyer, Rhonda Lee, 170, 173 Mueller, Carolyn Ann, 201, 115 Mueller, Ingmar, 170, 49, 233, 35, 33 Mueller, Mark Earl, 170, 4, 16, 66, 220, 217, 232, 50 Mueller, Michael H., 186 Mullvain, Kimberly, 201 Mullvain, Patrick, 140 Munox. David: 186, 56 Munoz, Susanne, 186 Murgo, Cynthia, 186 Murillo , Hermelinda, 201 Murillo, Jose, 186 MurP11Y. Deon: 140 Murphy, ladonna, 186 Murphy, Triscia, 201 Murray, Butt Anne, 186 Murray, Dona K., 48, 140, 255 Murray, Timothy L., 201, 33, 98, 99 Myers, Jeftrey S., 202 Myers, xmas. Lynn, 170, se, so Myers, Patricia, 2, 170, 49, 217, 58 Myers, Steven L., 71, 202, 205, 94 Myslicki, Dianne, 202 Myung, Julie, 186 Nader, Yvonne, 202 Nakamura, Michael, 170, 50, 57 Napoleon, Caro: 170, 36, 37 Natoli, Antonia M., 186, 56, 105 Natoli, Gina M., 104, 140, 28, 50, 116, 255 Nava, Francisco, 186, 56, 106 Nova. Johnny, 152, es, 255 Navarrete, Lora Rose, 202 Neblert, D. Scott, 186 Neff, Karen Gwen, 170, 49, 173, 114 Neil, Mark, 94 255 Miko, John Louis, 201 x, Beth Ann, 200 !,M0f1l wfn., 137,225 ich, John D., 200 lcias, Charlie, 200 lclienxie, Janelle M., 168 lclienzie, Warren, 200 idisan, Leslie P., 184, 36, 37 1drid,1rmu, 168 idrid, Leticia, 200 ldrid, Raul, 185, 46, 94 idrid, Rosa, 137 ugdangal, Beniamin, 200 1gdangal,Lillan, 168, 164, 211, 38, 40 1guin,David F., 137, se, 255 iguin, Douglas J., 168 ihnken, Loren, 200 ildanado, Gloria E., 185, 11 1, 110 iley, Linda: 200, 33 iloy, Brenda Sue, 168 ingini, Pia M.: 137. 33 ingini, Rene 4., 1s5, 49, ao, 37, 108,255 ingrum, Mark, 71 , 200 1nley.Jan, 137 inriques, Elisabeth, 168 irgosian, Karen, 168, 1 15 irin, Mary, 21D 1rinn,Joe L., 16, 168, 89 irion, Daniel, 200 rian, Thomas, 137, 89 rsala, Christy, 200, 195, 197, 224, 233 rsola, Marc, 137, 255 rshall, Ellen, 137 rshall, Margie C., 200 Mercado, Hugo, 169, 89 Mercado, Leabarda V., 89, 255 Merk1e,Larry W., 51 , 73, 255 Messick, Celeste R., 139, 255 Mestas, Robert, 201 Meyer, Jett D., 201, 94 Meyer, Michael C., 169, 103, 100, 101 Meyer, Richard, 169 Meyer Meyer , Susanne, 169, 226 , Vernon D.: 185, 46 Neiheis el, Debra, 202 Nelson, Cheree, 202 Nelson, Jana C., 153, 140, 217, 48, 50, 58, Nelson , Marcmru, iso Nelson, Patricia, 186 Nelson, Rhonda, 140 Nelson , Russell 8., 202, 75 Neshek, Cheryl L., 186, 49 Meyer, Terrence, 139 Michael, Marlys, 185 Michael, Victoria J., 152 Michlnoclc, Francis, 169, 171, 66, 83 Midtsotre, Lorinda, 201 Midtsatre, Tamara, 185, 191 Mifune, Craig Michio, 201 Mifune, Gayle Emi, 169, 49, 56, 57, 106, 1 15 Milius, Miller, Miller, Eric R.: 169 8rian, 139 Bruce D., 139 Miller, Janice Dawn, 130, 139, 48, 247, 255 Miller, Miller, 52, Mlller, Mlller, Minor, Minor, Minor, Kent Alon, 185, 49, 89, 82 Jn 4 Larl , 139, 10, 19 , 57, 49, 153, 48, 154, 157. 255 Robert L., 185 Truman, 169 Carmen, 169 Diana, 185 Lourthes Mary, 201 Miranda, Carlos, 235 rshel, Michael S., 168, 97 rshel, Michele, 185, 46, 1 11 rtin, Chris A., 137, 255 rtin, Cindy L., 168 rtin, Hutton Chris, 185 rtin, Leslie Ann, 137, 38, 255 rtin, Marta Marie, 185 rtindale, John, 168 rtinet, rtinet, rtinel, rtinex, rtinez, rtinez, rrinez, rrinn. rtinex, rtinez, rtinel, rtines, rtines, rtines, Anna, 134, 255 Grace, 185 Agnes, 185 Allan C., 185, 70, 73 Anthony, 185 Carmen, 200 Connie, 200 Clara, 168 Francisco, 185 Joseph, 137, 255 Mark D., 200, 75 Martha M.,185, 49 Robert, 168 Rodolta, 137 r 88 Miranda, Michael, 71 , 201, 205 M1i,1141,mn11nn, 131. 139, 5, 14, 124,43, 223,153,155,157, 255 Mitchell, Amy, 169, 177, 49, 51, 215 Mitchell, Margaret, 2, 201 Miyasato, Marc, 185, 57, 81 Moding, Teresa Lynn, 169 Mae, Marlene, 170, 36 Moeller, Karen, 139 Monroe, Shirley, 185, 49, 51 Montana, Gary, 170 Montana, Jerry, 185, 80, 81 Monteiano, Iris, 170, 38 Montero, Ronald, 201 Montgomery, Elisabeth, 201 Manrgo-nery, Matthew, 170 Moody, Deborah, 185 Moody, Joseph, 185, 98 Moon, Cynthia Rene, 185 Moore, Garth Joel, 170 Moore, Lori Ann, 185 Mora, Martha, 65 rtinex, Rasa E., 185 'tinez, Wncent, 200 ltin, Paul, 185 ta, Danny, 168 swell, Teresa Jean, 137 1, Adana Lori, 185, 233, 33 mera, John anime, 168, 51 ro, Alfred, 200 ro, Sabdiel, 169 iarthy, John, 201 iorthy, Sheri Ann, 185, 49 Zlure, Kevin, 185, 98 Ilure. Michael, 138, 225, 55, 255 Ioy, Donald W., 138, 66, 228, 53, 89, 55 Irary, Lourie, 169 termott, Paula, 138, 49, 255 tonnell, Constance, 169 uen, Dennis K., 2w arland, Sean, 138, 66, 218 Mora, Rataela, 201 Moro, Roger, 103, 101 Morales, Gary, 170, 227, 83 Morales, Nancy, 201 Moreno, Cynthia M., 201 Moreno, Darlene, 185 Moreno. Mark G., 139 Moreno, Steven M., 185 Morgan, Linda S., 108 Morgan, Lisa R., 106 Moran, Mark, 155 Morris, Andrea R., 170 Morris, David, 186 Morris, Mitchell S., 170 Morris, Naisi, 170 Morris, Patricia Ann, 255 Morrissey, James R. Jr., 186 Morrissey, Patricia, 147 Morrov1,Michael, 166, 103, 101 Moser, Rosemary L., 170 Neuhalfen, Charles, 170, 218, 94 Nevarav, Gail Ann, 186, 56, 104, 106 Nevarav, Jim Jay, 140, 255 Newell, Nancy Sue, 1 1, 170, 49, 38, 40 Newman, Patricia S., 202 Newton, David J., 140, 228 Nichols, Julie Ann, 186 Nichols, Sandra, 170, 220 Nicholson, Tomela, 140, 225 Nlcolaw, Kim, 186 Nield, Todd Eric, 170 Nielsen, Lee, 170, 88 Nielsen, Lyle, 170, 51. 103, 33,100 Nielsen, Rhea, 202 Nikolaidis, Elaine, 202 Nill, Mark William, 202, 71 Nishimura, Nancy, 202 Nishimura, Phyllis, 186, 49 Noble, Michael T., 202 Noe, Jennifer, 186, 49, 51, 46, 50 Noon, Richard D., 186, 70 Noone, Patrick M., 140 Nordberg, Scott Micha, 140 Nordstrom, Lauri, 170, 22 Nordstrom, Randy, 186, 70, 255 Noren, Christina M., 186 Noren, Mike, 170 Noriega, Patricia, 202 Norman, Gwenda, 186 Norman, Jenniter A., 170 Norsworthy, Dean, 202 Northcote, Craig J., 202, 33 Northcote, Julia E., 186 Nowell, Michael, 202, 65 Nugent, Julie Ellen, 140, 255 Nunes, Manuel, 170, 228, 53, 55, 97 Nylonder, Steve, 142, 141, 53. 77, 83, 255 Oakshott, Diana Lynn, 186 Obondo, Reyna, 186 Ober, Corene, 202, 194, 108, 94 Ober, Matt Daryl, 170, 49, 35, 53, 33, 50 Oberg, Cynthia M., 186, 49, 46, 56, 65 Obrlen, Barry: 49 Obrymski, David, 186 Ocello, Richie, 186 Ocello, Terri Lynn, 202 Ochoa, Henry E., 141 Oconnor, Charles, 130, 170 Oconnor, James, 202 Ocannor, laura, 134, 141, 139, 38, 116, 255 Oconnor, Vickie Lee, 170, 38 Oden, Mark David, 170 Odgers, Kathy, 141 Odgers, Robert, 141 Odqers, Thomas, 70, 186 Odiear, Dorothy, 141, 255 Odiear, Willard E., 186 Odrioxola, Anthony, 186, 70 Odriosala, Theresa, 141 Oaorek, Julie, 202 Ohlund, Kathryn, 170, 49, 38, 97 Ohlund, Robert, 186, 49 Oishl, Stanny, 186, 49, 57 Oleda, Peter, 186 oisdn, Ruben, 202, 71 Index 261 gi- is . 1: ', 262 Index i 1 ws Olivares, Lupe, 202 Olivares, Mario Elena, 186 Olivares, Sylvia, 170 Oliver, Lisa, 202 Olivier, Glenn J., 141, 255 Olsen, Colleen Ann, 186 Olson, Elizabeth Ann, 186 Omearo, Michael T., 202, 2, 71 Onate, James, 202, 71 Oneill, Jr. Joseph, 202 Oneill, Tawny Lynn, 171 Oauist, Gerald R., 186 oquisi, Kim, 141 Ordonez, Luis F., 186, 55, 65 Ordanez, Oscar, 14 Ormon, Craig, 186 Orto, Delia, 171 Orta, Juan, 202 Ortega, Tommy, 187, 80, 81 Ortiz, Paulette, 134, 141 Ortiz. Roger: 202 Ortiz, Teresa, 202 Orwin, Gregory D., 202 Orwin, Kimberly A., 171 Osborn, Jimmie A., 171 Osborn, Crystal, 141 Osborn, Michel, 203 Oshea, Shawn E., 203 Otanez, Andrea Ann, 171, 38, 41, 50 oem, Eddie, 171 Otero, Trinidad, 203 Ott, Donald P., 187 Ott, James Douglas, 203 Oxorort, John Martin, 171, 88 Oyhenart, Eliane, 171, 38, 50, 217 Ozrnan, Janet, 141 Ozmon, Jim, 187 Pacheco, Angie, 171 Padilla, Joanne Padilla, Danny, 187 Page, Brian, 187 Page, Sandra, 203 Page, Sharon, 187, 104 Poiz, Christopher, 187 Palacio, Patricia, 171, 210, 49, 105 Palacio, Mary, 171 Palatox, Lori, 141 Palm, Ronald L.1203 Palma, Martha, 171 Panish, David, 187 Paoli, Cathy, 171 Popp, Angela, 203 Popp, Joseph, 187, 238 Park, Arthur, 142, 57, 89, 155, 157, 255 Park, Paul, 171, 72, 73 Parker, Anthony J., 4, 171, 66 Parker, Catherine M., 187, 191 , 52 Parker, John Robert, 203, 71 Parkinson, Randell S., 187 Parks, Debby, 171 Parks, Diane, 142, 55, 23, 255 Parks, Jeffrey, 187 Parnell, Mark Edward, 142 Parodi, Aldina Lorene, 171, 49, 52, 46, 115 Parodi, Jay Dean, 203, 98 Parodi, Kimbyr, 180, 187, 1 1 1 Porrino, Jr. Nicholas, 203 Parris, Gary, 171 Parrish, Matthew C., 142 Parrish, Mitchell, 187 Patalono, William, 187 Pathe, Dale, 187, 70, 49, 94 Patterson, George A., 203 Pawlowski, Danette, 187, 49, 33 Peacock, Douglas E., 187 Pedersen, Douglas E., 143, 142, 50, 255 Pedersen, Karla, 203 Pellerin, Cheryl, 203, 55 Pellettera, Kenneth, 203 Pelot, Shawn, 152, 33, 88, 23, 255 Pemberton, Sharon L., 171, 13, 38, 40 Penn, Robert William, 203, 48, 33 Perea, Darlene K., 203, 55 Perea, Desiree L., 203, 55 Perez, Lourdes, 142, 51,19,112,173,114, 108, 256 Perez, Michele, 171 Perros, Dale S., 187 Persinger, Renee, 203 Peterson, Patricia Y., 171 Paterson, Roger T., 171, 233, 48, 33 Petrie, Linette, 203 Pteifrolh, Stanley, 103, 102, 100 Phillabaum, Kathryn S., 187, 33 Phillips, David F., 303 Phillips, Ronda Lee, 138, 171, 38,108 Piedrahita, Adriana, 142, 233, 35, 33, 58, 256, 1 15 Piermartiri, Ida, 187 Pike, Lisa Marie, 142, 49, 256 Pike, Lynn Margaret, 187 Pirkey, Leslie E., 172 Pistaffa, Abby Jane, 172 Pistatfa, Karl K., 142, 256 Pitcher, Michelle, 105, 187, 117 Pitcher, Paula, 172, 105, 106, 117, 116, 107 Plunkett, Timothy J., 187, 49 Pluth. Bruce J., 172, 233. 33 Polich, Cathryn L., 143, 20, 256 Petunia, Kelli Je, 20:4 Peng, shin., Ann, 172, 49, 51, so, sr, 104, 115 Poreider, John, 187, 103, 33, 101 Partesi, Valerie J., 172 Portesi, Vincent John, 203, 71 , 94 Powell, Janet, 187 Powers, Craig, 203 Prado, Lillian, 143, 256 Prado, Moria, 143, 13, 124, 38, 50, 256 Prather. Denise, 180, 187, 46 Prather, Kevin Ross, 143 Price. Jerry A., 143, 228, 256 Price, Penny E., 187 Priester, Kandy, 187, 46 Pritchett, Susan L., 172 Pritchett, Tino M., 203 Prouty, Joanne E., 172, 47, 46, 22, 104 Puga, Gregorio, 143 Pulice, Joseph A., 16, 172, 73 Pulice, Nancy M., 143, 256 Quesodo, Mark, 143, 228 Quezoda, Luis, 203, 65 Quinlan, Roger, 172 Quinn, Evelyn, 187 Quinn, Steve, 143, 103, 256, 23 Quintana, Michel, 143 Quintero, Maria S., 187 Quintero, Ramiro, 143, 256 Quintero, Sergio, 172 Quiroz, Elizabeth, 187 Quiroz, Lorenzo Quist, Sheryl, 187 Radde, Darlene, 187 Ramirez, Angel, 71 , 203 Ramirez, Angelita, 187 Ramirez, Anthony P., 172, 82 Ramirez, Donny, 144 Ramirez, David, 172, 56 Ramirez, Diane, 203, 189 Ramirez, Don, 256 Ramerez, Faustino, 187, 70, 89, 187 Ramirez, Jesus, 144, 66, 73, 256 Ramirez, Mary, 187 Ramirez, Pamela L., 144, 46, 22, 256, 23 Ramirez, Patricia, 144 Ramirez, Peter P., 187, 70, 114, 75 Ramirez, Stella, 172 Ramirez, Veronica Rae, 172 Ramos, Hilda, 172, 36, 37 Ramos, Isabelle, 203 Randall, Julie, 203 Randolph, Carl, 203 Randolph, Tammy, 187 Rongel, Patricia, 187, 33 Rauh, Douglas, 188, 37, 55 Rauh, John, 172, 33, 55 Rauscher, Jennie, 203 Raussa. Michele R., 203, 33 Roy, Kevin, 144, 66, 53, 154, 157, 256 Read, Carol, 172 Rebsch, Steven M. Rebsch, Susan M., 172 Reck, Julie Anne, 188, 47, 46, 23 Redd, Mark 8., 203 Redmond, Greg, 172, 88 Redwine, Randall, 172 Redwine, Richard: 172 Redwine, Shirley, 188 Reece, Kirsten Ann, 256 Reets, Anthony, 188 Regolado, Elizabeth, 204 Regalada, Ellen, 204 Regalodo, Victoria A., 164, 172, 21 1, 28, sa, 104. toe, 117,116 Reid, Shirley Jean, 204 Reinberger, Kathleen, 204, 1 13 Relich, Paul, 204 Relyea. Rebecca L., 204 Rendon, Richard, 204 Reneou, Diane, 188, 106 Renswick, Pamela Jo, 204 Renterio, Jennifer, 256 Renterio, John A., 188, 102, 100 Retherlord, Lois, 188, 49, 53 Reyes, Della Marie, 256 Reyes, Rudolph W., 256 Reynolds, Frank, 204 Reynolds, Jeft, 188 Reynolds, Karen Marie, 172 Reynolds, Kathy Lynn, 188 Reynolds, Kimberly 204 Rezoc. Barbara Jane, 172, 148, 134, 223 Rezoc, Sandro Kay, 204, 148 Rhee, Joseph, 204 Rhodes. Sonia M.: 172 Rhodes. Susan, 188 Riove, Corrine, 188, 49, 50 Ricchio, Geoffrey, 187, 47, 33, 46, 114 Ricchio, Venelia, 172, 49, 38, 40, 41, 47, 46, 215,108, 24 Richards, Gabrielle, 172 Richards, Leighellen, 188, 33, 50, 1 12, 115 Rickman, Cheryl, 172 Rickman, R. Kevin, 188 Ridgeway, Michelle, 188, 46 Rietveld, Karen L., 173, 230 Rios, louis, 188, 101 Rios, Virginia, 173, 11 1 Risher, Cheryl, 173, 21 1 Rivas, Francine S., 173 Rivos, Lori Diane, 188 Rivera, Cynthia K., 188, 33 Rivera, Felix, 204 Rivera, Patricia, 188 Rizo, Irma Yolanda, 204 Robbins, Thomas, 173, 63 Roberts, Cari Lynn, 144, 127, 49, 53, 256 Roberts, Debbie Lynn, 188 Roberts, Michael, 256 Roberson. Lori, 204 Roberts. Russell J., 16, 173, 174, 53 Robertson, Roger R., 173, 66 Robison, Linda M., 130, 144, 48. 247. 256 Rocha, Giselle K., 144, 49, 51, 46, 256 Rocha, Griselda K., 173, 49, 51 Rockwood, Martin, 144 Rodriguez, Araceli, 188, 191, 104, 106 Rodriguez, Diane, 173 Rodriguez , Frank, 204 Rodriguez, Mark, 204 Rodriguez, Michael, 33, 144, 256 Rodriguez, Ramona, 188 Rodriguez, Raymond, 204, 33 Rodriguez, Richard, 144 Rodriguez, Rosemarie, 173, 55 Radriquez, Sonia, 173 Rogers, Ju IieLynn,2, 108,148,184,17 188, 189, 49,42 Rogers, Linda Kay, 13, 173, 38, 209 Rogers, Th omas J., 173, 49 Raldan, Cecilia L., 173 Roller, Lisa Maureen, 188 Roller, Melanie, 173, 160 Rollins, Chorley B., 145, 256 Romero, lda Michelle, 173, 46 Romero, Judith M., 204 Rodney, Patricia, 204, 113 Rorafl, Craig L., 188 Rosales, Raul R. Rosofl, Michael, 145, 256 Ross, Felicia Denise, 204 Ross. Lance K.: 173 Ross, Mark Allen, 188 Rothschild, Linda, 173, 171 Roundtree, Cynthia, 188 Roundtree, Tomi, 204 Raunkles, Lane, 173 Rowlands, Aurora, 204 Rubel, Clarke Lee, 173, 56 Rubin, Michelle, 135, 5, 16, 11,148,124, 125, 53,145,157 Rubio, Irma R., 204 Rubio, Lupe, 204 Ruelas, Mary Ann, 188 Ruff, Mark Walter, 145, 256, 92, 93 Ruiz, Albert, 16, 173 Ruiz, Amador: 188, 33 Ruiz, Darryl, 204 Ruiz, Melo dy, 204 Ruppe, Linda E., 188, 191, 233, 35, 33, 50 Russell, Jay, 173 Russell, Laurence, 145 Russo, Marie, 173, 49, 54, 22, 23 Ryals, Craig Steven, 130, 173 Ryals, Lisa Lorraine, 204 Ryder, Denise L., 173 Sadil, Craig, 188 Sage, John Michael, 204 Sage, Rebecca Anne, 173, 46 Sainz. Lau riana,188, 57 Salolia, Jamie Anna,188, 51, 48, 33 Salatia, John Francis, 204 Salais, Diane, 188 Salamanca, Debbie, 204 Salamanca, Donna, 204 Salamanca, John, 188 Salas, Daniel L., 188 Salas, Leonard, 173 Salazar, Bill, 145, 29, 53, 89 Salazar, D aniel, 173, 83 Salazar, Debra, 173 Salazar, Gladys, 188 Salazar, Jesse, 204 Salazar, Toyann, 188 Soldono, Fred, 71, 204, 98 Salgren, Lee Eric, 204, 48 Salters, Pamela, 145, 49, 53, 47, 46, 256 24, 25 Sanchez, Belia, 174, 35, 37, 33. 58 Sanchez, Jon, 174 Sanchez, Jose L., 188 Sanchez, Lydia, 174 Sanchez, Marianne, 204 Sanchez, Sandra, 145, 116 Sanchez, Victor, 188 Sanchez, Vilma, 188, 33, 1 I 1 Sanders, Coral Ann, 145 Sanders, Teri Elaine, 174 Sandoval. Alloncina, 1 45 Sandoval, Janice Lynn Sandoval, Sandoval, Samuel M., 204 Susan, 174 Sanino, Laura J., 174 Santamaria, Joyce, 204 Santana, Margaret, 174, 211, 105 Sauscda, Louis A., 174 Savage, Lori A., 188, 1 15 Saxon, Andrea, 106, 115 Schenfeld, Theresa A., 174, 55 Schermerhorn, Cheri, 188, 106 Schermerhorn, Steven, 145, 256 Schindler, Cheryl, 188, 49, 51 , 48 Schindler, Douglas C., 174, 156, 157, 256 Schindler, Robert, 145, 125, 153, 29, 53, 46, 50 Schlig, Monte Kirk, 204, 33 Schlig, Rhonda Lee: 33 Schlitt, Jonathan E., 174 Schmids, Deborah J., 204, 200 Schneider, Karen, 174, 49, 220, 54, 232, 22, 123 Schneider, Matthew, 204, 98 Schnuelle, Kim L., 189, 49 Schroth, Audrey, 12, 10, 174, 45 Schub, Douglas A., 204 Schultz, Carole, 189 Schulz. Drew:174,103, 50 Schuppe, Kurt, 56, 145, 256 Schwartzmeyer, George, 174, 103, 50 Schwartzmeyer, John, 204 chweitzer, Rhonda L., 204 chvrerber. Ralph, 189 chvrerin, William M., 66, 146, 220, 53, 50, 256, 93 cott, Brian Keith, 146, 51 , 233, 33, 256 croggin, Jeffrey, 205, 217, 88, 94 ebok, John, 205 elcilt, Barbara: 205 eitz, Christine, 50 ana, Jeannie, 174 ens, Jeffrey, 189 ertteno, Raymond, 205 epulveda, Karen, 205 apulveda, Scott, 205, 101 errano, David, 70, 189, 81, 78, 82 errono, John Anthony, 174, 64, 77, 83 nxton, Vernon Wayne, 205 hatswell, Gary, 174 haw, Cindy Marie, 189, 36 heen, John, 57, 189 heen, Lucy, 146, 256 heftield, Sherry, 147, 146, 35, 36, 256 hitlet, James C., 205 hiflet, Jeffrey S., 174 himono, Mark, 189 hiroi,Kenni,46, 189, 105, 115 wbayan, Leonardo I, 205 lfuentes, Danny, 205 ilva, Christina Elena, 146, 256 Iva, Pedro, 256 ilva, Triana Pilar, 205, 33 tmkins, Traci Lane, 189 wms, David: 205 ms, Deann V., 189 tnger, Cynthia A., 174 inger, David, 146, 51, 220. 233, 221, 33, 256 villi, Victoria L., 205, 33, 104 mill, Laura Jean, 205 rill. Paul Geary, 53, 56, 256 ater, Mark William, 146, 256 hege, Aileen, 205 lim, Jr. Yamil, 189 ivlrotl, Alex, 146 nail, Amy Louise, 174 vnith, Greg L., 16, 161, 174,66, 55 nith, John, 174, 49, 51, 33, 46 nith, Linde, 146, 57 pith, Mary Kathleen, 146 nith, Michael E., 174, 88 hlth, Teresa Ann, 174, 50 Linh, w. xini, zsa iyder, Michelle, 174 ilomon, Gregory, 146, 34, 53, 37, 33, 50, 73, 256, 92, 93 iriano, Renee, 174 xtelo, Jesus, 146, 89 ito, James M., 174, 55 iromayor, Lawrence, 78, 79 iuza, Julie, 174, 216 ialione, Mike, 174, 28, 114, 75 talione, Robert, 3, 66, 147, 53, 20, 154, 157 iraaue, David, 147, 20 luires, Ronald Roy, 147 nonis, Bill, 75 nton, James E., 174, 93 iding, Claudia, 152, 126, 147, 156, 157, 1256 men, Raymond C., 175 phenson, Douglas, 189 phensan, Kristine, 139, 142, 12, 11, 124, ,127,147.154,157, 256 rerkel, Jill Ann: 14. 179, 191, 210, 226, 48, '190 111 ven, Frances E., 173, 175 ven, Theresa M., 190 vens, Valerie wart, Tracy, 190 nick, Mark Alan, 175, 227, 88 pher, John Adam, 222 rdahl, Angela Lynn, 190 rdahl, Paul M., 202, 205, 94 yanoff, Mike, 175 et, Jeffrey T., 190, 94 mbler, Mary L., 175 y. Jackie, 190 mp, Sandra D., 175, 46 za, Christopher, 190 pter, Michael, 70, 190 mi, Janet, 190, 46, 23 a, Nadine K., 51 , 57, 190 ank, Rodney Chad, 190 mn, iceihieen, 147, es, 256 n san, Ricky, 175 eney, Douglas Jr., 86 ata, Daniel, 57, 190 ya, Angel, 175 ya, Anthony, 205, BB ya, Gabriel, 233, 19, 33 ya, lrene, 190 yo, Michael, 175, 66, 50, 75 ya, Michael D., 147 ahashi, Jon, 16, 175, 50, 83 , Bentley G., 175, 49, 48, 46, 57 , Jennifer L., 57 , Oliver C.: 175. 226, 57 , Silvia, 147, 226, 57, 256 alia, Steven Veichi, 190, 33 rrnina, Gaspare G., 175 io ia ia ia s , Adrian, 205 ,Juanz 205, 88 , Raquel, 175 , Silvino, 175 P. Christopher L., 148, 66, 89 n, Annette, 190, 57 ian, Cheryl, 148, 127, 157, 257 Tatosian, Debra, 190 Taylor, Bradley Alan, 88, 190 Taylor, Christopher, 205 Taylor, Renee K., 175 Taylor, Terrie, 205, 55 Tec, Beatrix Magaly, 205 Teresky, Eric, 103, 190, 98, 99, 101 Terroclot, Kathleen, 205 Terrazas, Sylvia Ja, 190 Terry, Tommie Louise, 148 Tet Reaualt, Michelle, 152 Tewes, Heidi C., 162, 175 Tevres, Toni Teresa, 205 Thomas, Janat, 205 Thompson, Beverly, 148 Thompson, Dennis, 175, 103, 48, 33 Thompson, Kevin M., 205 Thompson, Pamela, 205 Thomson, Donna Lee, 190, 48, 50 Tienda, Eusebio Jr., 190 Tilander, Tuula A., 148, 19, 106, 115,257 Timpke, Suzanne, 105, 190 Todd, John C., 206, 33 Tomminelli, Romana, 190 Topping, Debbie Kay, 206, 207 Topping, Lynne Ann, 148, 146, 49, 48, 50, 257 Torres, Charles, 190, 33, 94 Torres, Albert, 93 Torres, Luis A., 140, 53, 35, 33, 50, 257 Tracey, Laurie, 175, 49, 28, 48, 52, 112, 56, 215, 1 13, 1 15 Tromonto, Jacqueline, 206 Tran, Nam, 206 Trayiar, Catherine A., 49 Treadwell, Gregory: 206 Treio, David, 1 90, 98 Trinkle, David, 4, 175, 66, 53, 77, 92, 93 Trinkle, Deborah R., 206, 20, 21, 113, 1 1 1 Truelove, Terry N., 206, 33 Truiilla, Betty Ann, 190 Truiillo, Rosalind, 206 Trutan, Richard, 206 Tucker, Lida: 206 Tutnell, Dawn M., 206 Tyminski, Lilianno, 175 Tyner, Jamie Lynn, 206 Uhlir, John V., 206 Ugarte, Monserat, 19 Uhlir, Peter J., 148, 49, 220, 233, 35, 53, 33, 50, 58, 156, 157, 257 Ulrich, Jean, 175 Underwood, Donald, 206, 103, 100 Underwood, Donna, 185, 190, 1 11, 110 Untried, Lorraine, 206 Unitt, Gary C., 190, 33 Unitt, Janice M., 148, 48, 52,154,157, 257 Vagas, Raymond J. Jr., 175, 88 Valdez, Daniel, 175, 176, 54, 22, 23 Valdez, Jesse M., 190 Valdez, Louis R., 175, 56 Valdez, Sylvia, 148, 228 Valdez, Valerie J., 175, 23 Valdez, Yolanda M., 149 Valenzuela. Manuel, 175, 226, 227, 88 Valenzuela, Yvonne, 190 Valleio, Ernesto P., 206 Vanbrobant, Katherine, 149, 38, 230, 39, 50, 257 Vanburen, Robert 8., 175, 233, 53, 33 Vance, Valery Kay, 190, 56. 65, 108 Vanderoef, Rachelle, 206 Vanderwertl, Brenda, 206, 55 Vanhecke, Bradley J., 206 Vanhorn, Therese L., 149 Vannatta, Cheryl, 206 Vanriel, Robert, 206, 192 Vargas, Sandra A., 206 Vasquez, Angel, 17,6 Vasquez, Antoinette, 206 Vasquez, Daniel, 206, 75 Vasquez, David, 206, 217. 1 14. 75 Vasquez, Gregory, 175, 66, 53, 50, 69 Vasquez, Gus, 190, 1 14, 75 Vasquez, Kathryn L., 206 Vasquez. Steven, 66, 149, 28, 50, 257 Vazquez, Eric, 175 Vedova, Lisa, 206 Vega, Miguel, 175, 35, 33 Vega, Robert, 149 Vega, Sally Ann, 206 Velarde, Antonia, 206, 57 Velarde, Debra, 190, 57 Velarde, Elaine, 190 Velarde, Steven, 149 Venegas, Victor, 206 Venegas, Virginia, 175 Vicario, Thersa A., 180, 190, 191 Viel, Laure Lee, 175 Villa, Cynthia Viola, 190 Villalba, Gilbert, 190 Villalva, Alan, 149, 257 Villalva. Diana, 175 Villalva, Veronica, 206 Villasenor, Ronald, 176 Vollmer, Michael J., 149 Volpe, James Kevin, 206 Volpe, Lori Lynn, 176 Volta, Cheryl, 150 Von Dersaar, Keith, 176 Vroman, Cynthia, 190 Vroman, Jetlrey, 154 Waier, Kari1Ann, 206, 195 Waitman, Douglas, 33, 94 Walker, Milton, 176 Walker, Patricia J., 206 weum, Lisa M.,1ao, us, 179, wo, wt, 42, 218, 222,111 Waltan,Jahn, 15, 5, 206, 102, 100, 101 Walton, Lisa Marle, 185, 190, 56 Walton, Todd, 5, 150, 20 Warnpler, Eric Martin, 150 Wann, Peter, 190 Ward, Eileen F., 150, 48, 50, 112, 257 Ward, Frank, 70, 190, 73, 94 Ward, Michael Alan, 176, 93 wma, vavaeii M., 176, 177, nz, 113, 114, its Wartman, Steven Scott, 176, 56 Waterman, Kimberly, 206 Waterman, Michelle, 176 Watson, Thomas Lee, 176, 98 Watts. Cary Leo, 154, 157, 257 Watts, Kathryn Jo, 190 Watts, Timothy, 150, 147, 257 Webb, Richard, 206 Weber, Ronald Francis, 206 Webster, Diana Lynn, 176 Webster, Gretchen, 176 Webster, Roy M., 207 Weiland, Connie, 176 Weiner, Mark, 207, 65 Weinstein, Claudio, 207, 208, 97 Weitschat, Ross, 207, 103, 101 Welch, Gay Lee, 150, 233, 33, 257 Welch, Penny, 190, 52, 111 Welch, Tamara Louise, 150' Werbiclr, Joyce Ann, 150, 49, 35, 33, 257 Werntz, Gena Renee, 190 Wesley, Julio L., 176, 219 West, Carolyn Lau, 150, 48, 1 15, 257 Westerlink, Charles, 190 Weslerlink, Maureen, 176, 209 White, Brenda K., 207 White, Julie J., 190, 49 White, Sherry Diane, 207 Whitehead, Carla, 190, 42 Whitehead, Diana, 190, 180, 49, 218, 184 Whitehead, Julie, 1 1, 190 Whitehead, George, 207 Whitlaw, Marianne E., 207, 33 Wiess, Allen Edward, 150, 53 Wilcox, Brent, 190 Williams, Brad Scott, 150, 154 Williams, Brenda, 150. 20 Williams, Cari, 176, 66, 219, 209, 73 Williams, Dwayne, 202, 207 Williams, Earl Dwight, 150, 53, 77 Williams, Elaine, 207 Williams, Katrina D. J., 150, 257 Williams, Lorelei, 150, 36, 257 Williams Victor- 150 50 257 Willis, Christine, 207, 220, 208, 232 Wilson, Andrea L., 210, 53 Wilson, Diane M., 150, 49, 153, 58, 156. 157, 257 Wilson,Martin A., 190, 233 Wilson, Sheryl L., 190 Wilson, Susan, 176, 53 Wilson, Tamera L., 190 Wilson, Victoria L., 151 Winters, Gregory Sean, 63, 83, 257 Wiser, Gerri, 190 Wittenberg, Marty, 151, 257 Wittenberg, Steven, 190 Wiverstad, Jim, 190 Wiverstad, Stephen R., 151, 66, 257 Wong, Lalun, 207 Wong, Peter, 190 Wong, Wilson, 70 Woo, Beniamin, 73, 190, 49, 57 Woo, Douglas Q.: 176, 177, 49, 48, 57, 97 wee, Shirley, 176, 49, 57 Wood, Cindy, 207 Wood, Debra Ann, 207 Wood, Eric, 176, 66 Waodring, Bart, 190, 75 Waodring, Blake, 75 Waodring, Brad, 151, 49, 51, 33, 50, 257 Watherspeon, Jeffrey, 151, 22 Wright, Leslie, 207 Wright, Tommie, 176 wright, rapien, wo Wu, Susie, 151, 57, 257 Yatnashita, Kelly, 190, 49, 104, 1 15 73, Yamashita, Sharon, 106 Yanose, Craig, 176, 210, 223, 50, 57, 239 Yancey, Johnny, 1 76 Yancey, Myron, 207 Yang, Betty, 176, 49, 156, 157, 257 Yee, Leanne Dong, 190, 49, 57 Yendunian, Lisa, 151 Yon, Jane, 190, 230 Yon, Karen A.,151, 36, 37, 231, 257 Young. Timothy J., 207 Yovnt, David B., 207 Ysais, Peter, 157, 33, 50, 97 Zambrana, Martha, 190 Zamora, Diana, 176 Zamora, Jesus A., 207 Zauss, Gabriel, 207, 218 Zarur, Joseph, 207 Zauss, Lionel, 207 lepeda, Ricky, 151, 66, 217, 53, 155,157 Zepeda, Rudy, 219, 209 Zito, Pamela, 151 Zubiote, Diane Eliz, 207 Zubiate, Elaine, 151, 127, 49 Zuniga, Joe, 176 Zuver, Greg, '190 Zweigle, Roger, 207 l3'f3i93"",.11 5. ,ate , 41 1' - I' , WSU You look around you and you realize you are losing something. You look at all the people waiting for their diplomas and your heart grows tight. In the unknown years to come friends will grow apart, the guy whose locker was above yours will be Mr. September in Play- girl, what's-her-name will have twins, you'll lose touch with that special teacher who understood you and you were secretly in love with, the girl you cheated from in Math will be killed in an auto accident, and at the ten year reunion only a hundred strangers will show up. That's when you'll polish up your class ring, try on your too tight Letterman's iacket, blow the dust off your Led Zeppelin albums, and pull out your yearbook and laugh at how bad your picture turned out and because the goon in your IPS class is the highest paid actor on TV. That was our aim in making this annual. We wanted to cram as many memories in 264 pages as we could. Some of you won't like it, most of you will find mistakes, but all of you will smile ata certain picture or story and that's what this book is all about - to make you smile. The staff wishes to thank our advisor, Mrs. Lavon Hunter, who stayed hours after school, came at five in the morning to work on all our deadlines and stood the headaches they caused with a minimum of yelling. We also would like to thank Taylor Publishing, our representa- tive, Nelda Townsend, Watson Studio, Mr. Wong and his advanced photo class, the Highlander, and Mr. Lorne Young. 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