Glendale High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

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Organizations Seniors . . . Juniors .... Sophomores Freshmen .... Index ........ Senior register . Advertisements . Editor's page . . Mytdtfdbdrltgd LyPh pt 188 206 210 214 224 Cardinal 1969 Glendale High School 6216W.Gl endale Ave. Glendale, Arizona Volume XLII Editor, Gary Simpson Advisor, Miss Laura Claunch '?. , ,T ia .Quit K C, i, Q Ni -2 " tif 2 is ,Q ,, "ig ' ,, s W 1 . , fm L, , - A-W-i f f 4. fer-1 Q. 'A 1 ' 11 sv'- -K ,s V ?'f , 2 an n, ,A 2 -A his ' A A 5'ff'2rN 'I - : ,N . z , nh? - . 1 'A -vii Tony Calnendo uses c microphone to cz cheer. Mikasa ,W 1.4. im, .lu if 5 , my .--ggi ' 1 , pl! ' 1 v, ., Va, id Peggy Sclrio oncl Tonni Tenutc: who lead the student body in cl use 42' wwf, . , " -5-,,.......a. "1fW'PP""'-:sawn-u-.:....A .-,,igg,.,,,,., '22 i' wwwww ' h"k A Year in the Lite, At Glendale High Isolated moments create atmospheres for con- temporary moods. The quiet stillness of the library . . . the mad crashing at a good but loud band at a Friday night dance . . . the pride ot new achieve- ments. The varied tempos of student life are set by spontaneous and informal ACTIVITIES, programs of interest and tradition. Individual enthusiasm sparks the group movements of ORGANIZATIONS. Guid- ance, wisdom, concern and cooperation mark the ADMINISTRATION 8a FACULTY. ATHLETICS cross every color of excitement and weld the student body together with pride, win or lose. CLASSES transcend from the wonders of the atom and the classic works of literature to the equally stimulating mysteries of the automobile engine ar perhaps why corn grows and how to grow more of it, Although no more than paper and print, the 'I969 Cardinal is really an amazing machine that years from now will let us re-explore, laugh, cry, and love A YEAR IN THE LIFE. -f ,.,., , W. is -1 .I . L.yL 2.5. .rm H I Y , V K Y K -K Q V . L. A f f K .,. .,f.f. .,.., A I at ,.., tg is . .1 fa., ' , ,gs g .. L , I . .X -E V x i 'P' -clhununun--f M V -f gig .V 'V ' . .,.--'.......,,.:.....-wt .I -1f"- '32-1i'IIf.ff. ' ., ,, A ' 'I I J ' - e ft W .. . .,.., . ,n W , ' Y N V I ' 4-anwvuuvuanwdw U L . 4 v -es--umsilvukf. . . ww: - " I I ,,,.. .. r....w- W by K .V -. Q 1 . E fn 'A A' """""""'- """""""" "' ' ,,.WM...... .r.s. .,.. ,. N V ' m , , I ' M, . ,..., , ,,.,.., I f W.. .NNN I 4 Nas -at ,M ,1 Board of Education left To rnghf Mr Arfhu Sine President' Mrs. Grcaydon B. Hall, clerkg Dr. Joseph P. Voorheesg fhe Reverend Mr. Evereh B. Luiherg Dr. Arfhur N Q. -a 1, 1 Lf. H P- 1.1:-' fe f --,- , "Q,-5615, r -. .- s x ' Af ihe lefi is the Disirid Office locufed ai 43rd. Ave. iusf south of Norfhern, Boo rd of Educotion S'reers The DisTricT In School Yeolr 68-69 E Dr. Howard T. Roberts, Superlntendent. Glendale Has New Principal Administrative staff supports principal. Our new principal Robert Christensen was educated in Iowa. He received his BacheIor's degree from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He then went on to receive his Master's degree from the University of Minnesota. Mr. Christensen held positions as a teacher and principal during his stay in Iowa. In 1956 he came to Glendale where he taught in Social Studies until 1959. From I959 until his promotion to Principal this year, Mr. Christensen held the office of Assistant Principal. G. H. S. Administration Changes Hands In 1969 This year at Glendale High School, there is a change of Assistant Principals resulting from the promotion of Mr. Robert P. Christensen to Principal. Our new Assistant Principal for Stu- dent Activities is Mr. Richard Eberly. Mr. Eberly came from Valley City, North Dakota, where he received his B.S. degree from the University of North Dakota. His career before coming to Arizona included a teaching position, a principal's position, and the position of Superintendent of Schools in Ellendale, North Dakota. Before coming to Glen- dale, Mr. Eberly held a position as a Geography taacher at Moon Valley High School. Mr. Charles Richardson came from New Haven, Connecticut. He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Tennessee. Be- fore coming to Glendale, he held two teaching positions: one in New Orleans, Louisiana and the other in Morenci, Arizona. Mr. Richardson taught in the social studies for six years before com- ing to Glendale. E K 5 TQ? 1, , X., X, 5 if 4 l fir: ' X Q .wi f-we -C" .,,,,f lx Lff bd., J as , , ij?-Tix Guidance 5 is Mr. Ra mond Branson . J 7 R , M . Arm nd Ge-nnaco 'G Th TM ld ' Ct O S . 4, Sv is I X ' S AX WM. Miss Shirly Mihas it Mrs. Margaret Seymour wt J Mr. John Whately Mrs. Shirley Underbalcke One ot the most important positions in any high school is that of a counselor. His work must span all aspects of a student's school life-from the classroom to the ath- letic field. The counselor must advise his students in their course selection, their extra- curricular activities, and their social and personal problems. At Glendale, our guidance services are among the most experienced and the best in the state. They truly span the age be- tween the school and the student on a personal basis. pus. Counselors' work includes various aspects, the counselors. Personal interest in students' problems are taken by 1'- YP 9 N - 5:1 i'- 'X Q A iz A we . K lg sg 1 , . ' f ' 'M Jr P lm' is K A 2 'if' . .f -f-' , W, ,f Vvf'f..',:,. ,,.. ' x F3 H 1'-.1 qv.- Aiwa . ,iv .Y A Mrs. Sabra Beck Miss Laura Claunch Mrs. Ann Dennis Mr. Micheal Flynn Learning English in- volves speaking as well as writing. Mr. Glenn Beeson Mrs. June Combs Mrs. Agnes Fansler' Mrs. Barbara Freehill Mrs.'Virginia Long Mr. James McAllister Mr. Milnor Richmond Mrs. Kathryn Romley Mrs. Sharon Russell Mrs. Lillie Shaw Enghsh ity, - Q 1 'ii 'T iii-V' tg- Vi' M H' ' s 1 . i if 4 X 1 N .54 I, if .47 , W6 'K 'I l Mrs, Sylvia Thomas 4 M . D l1 Wh' ,yew rs orot y ite ,X-'O -x. X x '1 Q 1 ,- " Mr. George White T ,.-r 'gi Gary Tolmachoff, agriculture student, digs n roasting pit for the FFA 2 A Barbeque Special Education Agriculture n KW' Mr. Dean Merrell Home Economics r 3. A I - , f fl 'A' M ff? -- 1 I V?v,,, f i "ij Q., Q iv' ,'l:.'f,1-.. ,f ' ' A X' s A i 4 QW' 5 L. Mr. David Roels Mrs. Grace Goldstein Miss Janis Jenkins Mrs. Avesta Ward ,,,- war K 5. :N Languages Industrial !XrTs Mr. Steve LaGrow Mr. Allen Shaw Mr. Jerry Sampson X Mr. Abel Amcyo Mrs. Charlotte Belloh Mr. James Guoldoni 555. g:gs'x'r l ,A 4 L ,D ' Mr. John Holl Mr. Danny Hczm Mr. Robert Hutchinso by-11 ,f., i A Social Studies Mr. Al Munoz - t , ki Mr. Rex Shcnul - '1 L5 ' Fl- Sd 1 Q Xe h 2 ti Y f- Mrs. Put Smith L V , Mr. Bill Smith - ,ii ,,, Mr. Robert Wcsbotten W' , . , A ' I4 F1 Mrs. Virginia Jones Mr. Lyle Koch Mr. Kieth Maves Mrs Jean Thomas V 455 1? Applied O if Arls is Science Mr. Richard Aylward Mr. Richard Clever Mr. Ned Halton Miss Bertha Lindblad Mr. Richard Owens Mr. Sidney Pierson Mr. Steve Rames Mr. Joe Roberts Mr. Del Stapely ini , 'E J if l 4155-v L ra, K ' :L H ,Eh ff 5 R2 c M J fl A fl' P , 1 lu 4' if Physical Education la ' . paging . 1 f Q . . 5? 6 f ,, Ri I N A K, "N-'Wi Y Qi T5 1 lr v X ,. x K Q1 Mrs. Palricia Baker Mr. Gary Estes Mr. Dick Fleming Mr. Allen Forrey Mr. James Forsman Mr. Walter Kish Mr. Russell McAnerny Mr. Edward Schwarlzkopf Mr. Kenneth France Miss Harriet Leeke Mr. Gus Pappas Mrs. Melba Phillips Mal h 'EW in 'Nfl if 4 E ,G ' Q i ,V x i,d f. ff1L:ss P A f Miss Doris Chacon Miss Muriel Dawson Mr. Bruce Hectwole Mrs. Carol Hullihen Miss Beverly Jarvis Mr. Frank Merlino fl 2-5 is , 1, s fury 1 , 4 Cr 57 -2. ff'7cZ,:.g, C5 If 1 1 fr .i K. ,gff-f-f1LL, 1 M . R I hM :I ,A B Mis.I-Eleserlyolflilglslen its L.. G A A. girls work ou? on fhe uneven parallel bars. 7 i A-riff' la? ' vigil z Q Ears is R V . Q .Qgggaxi ' i F 4- was :J ' ' If , ' i nw !""i x Nlghf Custodial Staff: left fo rnghl-Mr. Russell Vaughn, Mr. Angel Andrade, Mr. Richard Crider, Mr. Al Mapes, Mr. Frank Johnson, no? pictured-Mr. Ralph Amarillas Custodial Smff Cusfodians perform a necessary job at Glendale Day Cusiodial Sinff: left lo righi-Mr. Dick Sheward, Mr. Manuel Marquez, Mr. John Darling, Mr. Paul Peters, Mr. Waller Jacobs, Mr. Ben Griffen, Mr. Woody Fields, Mr. Al Wagenfehr, Mr. Frank Kosa iS qi,ffm:-2f:e1g,:.'f-isgszsf,:w1:H525fr:f'i"f , 4' ! - 'RAVTVM Aclmimsfraflve Office Rlghl to leff Mrs Thelma Coker, Mrs, Joyce Hassan, Mrs. Esfher Armstrong Barbara Rodgers Left fo right Mrs Vlrglnla Wlles Mrs Evelyn Butler Mrs and Mrs June Gwaliney. Juanlfa Gllberf Cafeferia Sfa ff Left Io righ! Mrs. Echo Fisher, Mrs. Jean Osborn, Mrs. Okla Cunlrell, Mrs. Bernice Hamman, Mrs. Pauline McDowell, Mrs. Dorothy Sebhen, Mrs. Joyce Baker, Mrs. Dolores Rucker, and Mrs. Helen Smifh. Activities in The Life ii i A 'Enter and sign in please " In the beginning there was registration-and what an im- portant week it was. lt marked the beginning of the school year as the first real activity of that year. lt was the beginning of a year which would witness in the course of time, the election of a new U.S. President, the important Apollo Space Program, the World Series, and several dozen other events in the world's continuing parade of history. During the summer, Glendale High, like any normal high school was in a state of hibernation like a bear with his seasons crossed. Then in late August, things came to life. Glendale High pre- pared for registration. All of the stu- dents were mailed a letter designating a day and time to register. These students below, are seen go- ing through the "paces" of registration. Their first stop is Mrs. Armstrong who is shown preparing some forms to "fill out in triplicate please". When the red tape is finished, they will go on to the bookstore to receive their school books. S. 2 13 :tis-Bfgitaiu va, .' It was a beginning for Glendale students also. After their first meeting with the counselors, the freshmen looked ahead to four years of challenge, the sophomores rejoiced as they rose above freshmen status, the iuniors planned ahead for a year burdened with activities, and seniors contemplated their last year of high school life and the roads that lie ahead. Senior Pam Decker talks with coun- selor Mr. Branson during registration. The counselors form an important part of the school function. They provide advice and guidance for the students and help them make important decisions for the school year, and years to come. A. rn- . y f 5 I, , 7 t I v f 1. l A a Steve Lunn, Glendale High's foreign exchange student from New Zealand had to go through the procedure of registration like the other students. Steve had been in America for only a short while, so his AFS "mother" Mrs. Robert Sexton, was on hand to help out that day. lLeftl Steve leaves the bookstore with a "ton" of books, ond after cu short walk, puts them in his locker Qbelowl. Q Students prepare . . . Senior Day at NAU was blanketed with snow. Below frpm left to right: Chris Wykoff, Susie Horst, Bart Leuser, Bonnie Sherman, Gary Simpson, Steve Peters, Stephen Lunn, and Maureen Hackett with a friend. A-qw 5 i i'1,l3?Qf'Q' ' . s t 'ff 1 rg F i l if i -,K Senior Jim Contes frighti, seems happy about something. Maybe it was the summer trip he took to his ancestral home of Greece. Upon his return to school, he showed slides and talked about the country in social studies and senior English classes who were studying about Greece. ' -we .gsffmz We fi .R Glendale High School Students, seniors in partic- ular, found many opportunities to prepare for the future. Engaging in politics and traveling, are some ways that students learn how to be 'tomorrow's lead- ers. NAU, U of A, and ASU invited high school stu- dents to visit and tour the campus during Saturday Senior Days. On GHS College Day, speakers from the maior colleges, universities, and military instal- lations came to inform students on plans they could make. At the left, Tonni Tenuta and Linda Patterson attend one of many College Day sessions. With them is Dr. Virgil I. Gillenwater, executive vice president of Northern Arizona University. This school year began as the 1968 Presidential Election came to an end. As election day itself drew closer, Glendale High School students took part in Campaign '68. While some students worked in real campaigns, many students, particu- larly Juniors and Seniors, campaigned and held mock elec- tions in their glasses. In a "Cardinal Hi-Lites" newspaper pref- erence poll, the student body favored Richard M. Nixon over Vice-President Hubert Humphrey, while Governor George Wallace received a sizable amount of votes. It was evident that the school wasn't much different from the nation as a whole. . , ,WT ,, 4, ,,,,5iiAilv'1M'-"'u-"+-f"""'-""""', Each instructor has his own method of teaching. Mr. Mc- Anerny fabovej places em- phasis on tests, while Mr. Richmond, lbelow, with par- entsj prefers group proiects and individual work. He puts much of the responsibility on the student's own initiative. uThe class- roonmkthe backbone of the school . . ." -F ..' ffwf l ,tv-vt-4-,,:.1n,aJ5WlnBi - . ,,t,.ff .Jn :sp , .-A 'K A1 1. ' A ,-ffl -1 wtlig , V ' Y ,. .. f-6lli24"""' A 1. LV During Open House, parents are able to see the classrooms and meet the teachers. This year, parents followed a schedule similar to the stu- dents' with fifteen minute sessions. Mr. Ham Ueftj is shown- in such a session. Unfortunately disin- terest was shown by a large portion of parents this year, when only a few parents came, as shown by Mr. Ham's almost empty classroom. Since Open House is a good opportunity for parents to come in direct contact and communi- cation with the school, it is hoped that more parents will take advantage of it. ,., Regardless of size, age, or location, a class- room is still the backbone of the school. Whether It be in a little schoolhouse of the l800's, or one of several in a large, modern, multipur- pose campus, the classroom is the one place 'ff' fi' where a student spends his most time during his education. Shown above is Mr. McAnerny's Sen- V ior Math Class, one of many in Glendale High School's Mathematics program. 'AK 27 1 I E -fu.-A .. -rw" ""iy ' ARM l u gl . 1 ,l l 'mu T41 3 5 Si? ,, 1? i A ' , K a t ' 5 ft irls Q fi. . 12 gif ,K,k .' I I .1 ni A25 1 rj 3 Q 331, QA .' K ' i -. - ,. df ' I 1 " ' ' 2' fAbovej Mortimer Brewster lLee Stevensl has a discussion with his insane brother, fRick Greenwelll who believes he is President Theodore Roosevelt, while the diabolical Dr. Einstein llynn Bairdl sits below. 28 During the early months of the school year, students and adults alike were entertained with a fine fall schedule of programs, provided by Glen- dale High's excellent drama and music departments. As usual, the Glendale High School Cardinal Band highlighted the football games with good music and difficult marching formations. On Wednesday, Oc- tober 23, the Vocal Music Group under the direction of Mr. Keith Maves treated Glendale High to an inspiring tribute to America. Patriotic songs, ballads, and a short presentation by senior Jim Dillehay showed us that we sometimes forget how wonderful our country is. Comedy, Mystery, and pure insanity were on the agenda for the Glendale High School Thespian So- ciety's production of Arthur Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace." A long time favorite of many, the play was recreated on the auditorium stage with all its wacky characters and their fiendish plots. Many thanks went to David Tosh, Dan Davis, Kevin Robert- son, Tom Sing, Mike Hutchinson, Linda Craft, Dennis Long, Danny Aldridge, Charles Wood, and all the other members of the stage crew, whose tedious work provided an impressive Victorian set for the mood and realism of the production. The play was shown on November seventh, eighth, and ninth, and was under the direction of Mrs, Sylvia Thomas. lLeftJ The cast of the play portrays many strange characters, including ffrom left to right on the top rowj, Jonathon Gericke, Rick Greenwell, Lee Stevens, Peggy Person, Rick Stewart, Roger Kaye, and Mrs. Sylvia Thomas. From left to right on the bottom row are Mike Barnard, Pat Lentz, Becky Sidinger, and lynn Baird. Not shown are Brian Easley, Marvin Person, Dennis Allen, and Craig Abts. Fine Arts have a fine fall ii lAl::ovel Vocalisls perform musical harmony on a palriclic nole in fron? of cl massive American flag during lhe Choral Concert dedicated io Uncle Sam. fBelowJ A scene backstage reveals the extensive work and preparation that goes into The production of a slage perform- ance. A costume rack and lhe lradiiional make-up mirrors are used by several members of lhe casl. 'UF , Q. , .re - A Mfr. i 'R A JW M Q L ' s I x MX H ' S x M ""'Q, A R l f . 1 . , , '4' .5 ff my A ,f,, is WN I , . -5... 592 5 1968 Homecoming Over 1900 students crowded into the girl's Wan Campl gym Nov. 15, to hear A.S.B. Presi- dent, Pam Marr faloovej inform us of the revised homecoming program. Rain and a confused schedule dampened the 1968 homecoming in most every area, except the high spirits of those who attended the pep rally, dance and game. The traditional parade through downtown Glendale was canceled, but the floats were displayed at the game which was moved to Saturday night. Crowned at the dance Friday night were Queen Vera Tolmachoff, and King James Dillehay, who will reign as the 1968 homecoming monarchy. Attendants were Tonni Tenuta, Gary Tolmachoff, Pam Marr, and Tom Davis. The Senior class float won first prize, the Junior class float came in second, and the Fresh- man class float took third place. The game ended in a tie, and during half time, the Moon Valley High School band gave a fine performance since Glendale's band was unable to play. Associated Students attended the homecoming pep rally in rain-soaked Von Camp Gym. lAboveJ Siudenfs run from the Gym in pouring ruin. This year's pep Friday school session, and because the downiown parade and evening rally was u far cry from last year's rally which was held in the sun- football game were cancelled, activities didn'1 resume until 9:30 thai drenched foofball siadium. The pep rally ended a hectic and we? night when the homecoming dance began. CBelowl , , .f mn . 1 ' - W 1 .J '. K W . , X ,, -. X ' 1 LC 'jj' M551 V ' if ?f'7'a,fgQfQ l A 4 lull! F4221 L ' ' xl ff, 4 iff? V? az 77971572 X Q-75 Much preparation goes into plan- ning a good homecoming pro- gram. Preliminary plans are made weeks in advance, by the student Senate whose Homecoming, and Ideas and Projects Committees plan the agenda and choose a theme. This year's theme was "the Shapes of Things to Come". Royalty can- didates are nominated in the class- rooms. While the publicity commit- tee announces dates and times, the classes and organizations adopt a procedure for constructing a float. Homecoming floats are begun about two weeks in advance. Materials are obtained and a wagon, trailer, or other vehicle is moved to some- one's house to be transformed into something symbolic of the theme. At the right, members of the senior class work on the skirt of their float destined to win first place. Pictured from left to right are Karen Moto- yoshi, Gary Roper, and Nancy Mutchmore. Prize-winning floats are a tradition with this class soon to graduate. The climax of Homecoming was the half time parade of the king and queen at the Saturday football game. Jim Dillehay and Vera Tolmachoff were crowned the Royalty rolls into school history evening before at the homecoming dance They are shown above being chauffeured by senior Bart Leuser in the car that heads the line of floats -af-l""Y wr - f U 4 W X.. 2 ' . ' 5 ' ta ef wiv , .1 '-- V ,fm ' Sw 1, - ,.4,,, fs "- iii' .if :T f- ' ., uf? iss.. J 3 T... ,X xr lAboveJ from left to right: Mike Barnard Cyndy Jones Rick Greenwell and Lee Stevens. Behind them is the Boy's and Girl's Chorus. Right: Steve Lunn, as Lt. Buzz Adams, an "Aussie" pilot, studies a script in the chorus cLAssyNores l ' W X ,rw X 9 ,ef , ut 4, I 1 'S 1 if , , , ,sg l Peggy Person, Cindy Taylor, Harold Flom, Leonard Escudero, Rick Stewart, I an YOOITT. An Exercise in Excellence. 'hm-f PQTCQN -..i:'j'r' A7 . Q l7'fY2x K ' I 1 lf iii Rodger's and Hammerstein's Broadway Hit "South Pacific" was per- formed on the Glendale stage. Peggy Person lAbove, micldlej and Cindy Taylor shared the role made famous by Mary Martin of Ensign Nellie For- bush, who falls in love with French planter and fugitive Emile De Becque, played by .lim Dillehay fAbove, Leftl. De Becque undertakes a dangerous mission with Marine Lt. Joe Cable. Cable falls in love with Liat, an island girl from Bali H'ai. They were played by Tom Davis and Candy McGinnis, CAbove, Rightl. Ruth Allen was understudy for Liat. Lynn Baird was under- study for Cable?-Y' S. ,.. A ' '.... I ro, fr '- l is P' 1 .,?l , ' ws. One of the most colorful characters of the play was "Sea Bee", Luther Billis performed by Leonard Escudero and Lee Stevens. Above, Billis portrays the lovelyC?J Honeybun during the base Thanksgiving show. The nurse's chorus line made it a real produc- tion number. Billis, a true con man, spends most of his time trying to cheat island con woman Bloody Mary, played by Janis Sanderson Cfar left middlel and Pat Lentz. Although most of his plans fail, Billis runs a profitable laundry service, and his best customer is Nelli Forbush, whose appreciation for a iob well done proves to be embarrassing for the rugged sailor, Cfar left bottomj. The iob of reproducing a World War II Navy base was difficult, but the stagecrew did a great iob after many hours of work. At the left are shown Mary Lou Severin and Kevin Robertson working the curtains and lights. Above them is shown the pit orchestra as it is rehearsing. Such famous songs as "Some Enchanted Evening", "Younger than Spring- time", and "Bali H'ai" were involved in the play. The play demanded vocal, choral, and instrumental arrangements. 35 be 'fi .N B, f5ti?fYW2f' -,fm V.. Q I sm i I Q . A fi V .., 1250, V ' 1 fb 3 S31 4 ft i 11' --.4 An afternoon of hard work by senators and volunteers went into the construction of the Cardinal Coronation "throne" shown above right. Jim Dillehay Cabovel receives the crown of Coronation King from Pat Murphy, while Queen Vera Tolmachoff looks on. " Q Q TVX, R 1 0 , " Y '3 A , . ' i ' is l' Y gy .. I N fig 2- A- t o 2. I I are ' 5 I, 'Q i ? 3 r K T it 53 gg, 4 V 1 W ,tt ,fs , t,,, , J t,,,V V, 3 , .ff . ' , I .rf :f W V. - j.,it?1W5,: f45:,:g,t.Qgq:.f,,.J.::. r I if 4 we 5- -sf ,fn YJ-gi, .4 Glendale High has a variety of dances ranging from the "levy and leather-clad" Harvest Dance to the formal Prom. Tri-Hi-Y sponsors two other formals -the Sweetheart Dance, and the Christmas Formal. The two semi-formals, Homecoming and the Corona- tion Ball was set to the music of the "Factory" fea- turing Glendale students: Danny Poff, Gary Lowe, Mike Davis, and Maynard Froncla. The dance was held on Jan. 24. Senior Bonnie Sherman Cleftl, who spent ten weeks last summer in the Dominican Republic as an AFS student representing Glendale, has been active throughout the year on the AFS Committee. Earlier this year, the organization sponsored a dance and field day. Bonnie has helped to pass legislation in the Student Senate to make the committee a club. The new AFS Club, whose sole responsibility is to welcome, guide, and assist AFS students, along with raising money for the organization, goes into effect second semester. jf? 5 2 ii ii uPotpourri of Year's Highlights" Senior Sandy Wilkerson poses with Jim Lang, host of the popular ABC TV show, "The Dating Game", after win- ning her dream date on the show. Chosen over two other contestants, Sandy won a trip to "Melodyland" in Anaheim, California. Sandy hopes the television spot will enhance her plans to become a professional model. EJ Senior Bill Asdell is shown below accepting some gag gifts from his friends who came to Sky Harbor Airport to see him depart for Washington, D.C. From Saturday, February 22, to Saturday, March 1, Bill attended the Presidential Classroom at the Capital city, which served as an aid in his study of politics and government. ln school, Bill has helped to revitalize the active student senate by rewriting and re- organizing the Student Body Constitution and helping in the revision of the senate tax system, and the reorganization of the senate committees. 2' ' 'li '-it st . 'vig My Q ty'-6 X qxs. L.f QV tl Student Senate Revises Constitution From left to right L. Hampton J. Dyer M. Smith T. Bennally E. Wager 2nd row M. Cooper M. Hackett J. Easley J. Herrera J. Tardy C. Porch G. Wager M. Simpson L. Bayless C. Jacobs P. Abel C. Wanamaker 3rd row L. Young B. Hugh T. Tenuta J. Patterson D. Miyauchi N. Mutchmore T. Terry J. Hooks S. Tolmachoff G. Grace P. Grantham I.-I. , Q L ss 1 ,, ' i Tx'- . .m .-' - s ' . C . ifffg-3. S 's L 'Y "' fiaxfifw' L ity.-J ,, wr.: Karen Motoyoshi Bill Asdell Corresponding Secretary Pcrliomeniurion Tim McGilvrcl Treasurer 5 s 4 I Mark Bonsall Vera Tolmuchoff Vice President Recording Secretary Pam Marr President Steve and his American family: Julie, Doug, Nancy, Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Sexton and Sally. 40 l li ,N The American Field Service, an organization that sponsors a cul- tural and educational student exchange program, welcomed Stephan Lunn from New Zealand onto the Glendale High campus this year. "Steve" stayed at the Glendale home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sexton. Their son, Doug, cl senior, was Steve's American brother. "Come on people now, Smile on your brother Everybody get together Try to love one another right now." si Steve Lunn Glendale High's Foreign Exchange Student From New Zealand 42 'W' Y Pom Marr Nancy Mutchmore Dona Lins 11 , Boys' Stone V, S is Jim Dillehoy Senior Students ot the Month Left to right-N. Mutchmore, J. Patterson, K. Motoyoshi, C. Tardy, P. Murphy, L. Raymer, T. Tenuta, P. Marr, B. Sherman. 2nd row-S. Frederick, J. Thompson, M, Smith, B. Lenser, E. Lloyd, C. Wykoff, D. Sexton. w. E i DR AS .L :I V f svn 1,-' ft ., f .3 -J, 5, 'ot v , -,I I, K ln- . if 1 - pt-- , M- fv ' 1 fu I' .'J I1 -- pu- IL! iii' lf' 'R '1 I ul! I5 ii 1' its 's "W ll Il . K, .Fflij is -J.. 3 f f Roto rio ns Top to bottom-left to right-Gary Simpson, Steve Lunn, Tom Davis, James Dillehay, Bill Asdell, Bruce Wi- hite, Rick Stewart and Tim McGiIvra. "4 4 .J . x ,Ji Junior Students ot the Month 4. L do -,ff HO A. 6 '4' . ,f-- 7 ... .. Q, E-. 1 - C' 'rf l 3 , ia, I. lg , Left to right-M. lnoshifa, L. Young, J. White, N. Strohacker, L. Bayless, J. Hooks, P. Knoebel, C. Jacobs. 2nd row-E. Wager, J. Dyer, A. Loui, L. Baird, C. Austerman, D. Clark. Lions Left fo right - Lee Hampton, Gary Bochenski, Brian Easley, Tony Calien- do, Bob Blotter, Mark Bonsall, John LeGenclre and Doug Maher. ,ers any .57 W, ...E 3 , T. Morcom b, ' .fx at sf ,. Amr! gk ' ,cl Pj. fy' Vx - X l Qc, 4 Q 9?-S? Sv Tony Culiendo, Barbara Mauck, Ken Kreiger, Alice Vaughf, Eric Wager, Mo Hackeff, Rick Slewarf, Nancy Furrey, Cindy Bcolz, Gary Simpson, Diane Miyauchi Kathy Pefroff, Ron Kolb, Jim Dyer, Gary Roper. Chris Wvkoff, Bari Leusar, Susie Horsi, Charles Lopresto. ,Q gikii ' i 4, Rick Sfewart, Jim Dyer, Bill Asclell, Marilyn lnoshifa, Eric Wager, Bruce Bill Wells, Cathy Cross, Bruce While, John Belk, Lisa Benner, Dave Clark. White, Mr. Wasboflen. 46 y . 5,1 Q. K as 5 . cf, ' 46, Q News A 3:1 gwmkwe 1' ' as Yu ty - . Qi' -f' Left to right - M. Severine, D. Smith, J. Gilman, E. Benge, K. Mofoyoshi, V. Tolmachoff, P. Murphy, N Muichmore, S.-Molmgren, 2nd row-I.. Escudero, Mr, Gennaco, T. Miller, S. Sfczmbuugh, B. Asdell, C Tinsfman, P. Ackiey, G. Erickson, J. Sheets, M. Bravo, T. Davis, R. Miller, D. Miyauchi, C. Davis 5 . L A... f Jim Dillehay, Steve lunn, Alex Popoff, Gary Tolmochoff, Don Knudsen, Doug Sexton, Dale McCormick, Mike Munoz, Mark Munoz, Carl Ausfermun, Paul Gilloff, Rick Lundberg, Dave Herrera, Jerry Thompson, Gary Wiechens, Ray Morales, Auron Laui. r UCSD Imolchoff -,. It wr:-f '- ,Havre - 'Y "' ' 'QIL ' X 2-1 ' v 52 932222-Hz: i l. 5511. ,I M, . SWF I. ,. ' A ? it , T, K 21312239 1 . na- ' .4 wi: 1 - . 1. .M ,K 4 ' Q' mm Q, .LEE k .1 g M' ,QA 3: W3 'rw ,, ,' ?iQfi1f,, nw"1-' . ,, 4 1, , K' 133 --pa ,... -Q EW QQ, Q ha: .e,.,v -2:4 val AF.. ,. Hifi-v-...ie5?w , I -'W ,,, , 'Z g, K , 'A f...f .-. . , V , ,M ,K K ll, " i V- ' 'Lffli?ia'7?? . s ' L L, ,f , V f , 'Q ' l ,X A , ' a 1 l MW , y yt X rs j1 ,. 4, 1 Attendants , F .. 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A Contact Sport. lf you stand on the sidelines during a football game you can hear the opposing lines of players collide as one team tries to move the ball down the field while the other tries, just as desperately to gain control of the ball and then move it in the opposite direction. As the two teams line up against each other, the defense doesn't really know what the offense will do until the ball is snapped and sometimes the offense doesn't know either. A sweeping run around the end could be attempted or else, perhaps, a spiralling aerial attack. But you never know, till the ball is snapped . . 'QP Qu-,1 W' ta-Y P ' 12 t v -' 'Vi L., ' ' kfefafi-'T mv' . Qniia 42, gli ' Q Ziff' '3'? N. W . . QP 1 .f 1- - Xa wif' WE.. ' ff M , W K ne- : - ,gf 4 . J.i1.M,,. ., - Y fr i-ganf. g gi - ' Glendale used as a staple, the run- ning play this year. Louis Sario Cabovej sweeps around the end of the Brophy line at the game played with the "Broncs" at Central High. Although the Cards fought their best we went down 14-6 to lose our 5th straight. Neal Jacobs Cleftl defends effectively against a hard rushing Flagstaff re- ceiver. Glendale went on to pummel the Eagles 37-6 in the Cards biggest win of a bitter 2-7-1 season. At the extreme left the Cardinal offense lines up against the Rams of Washington High. Glendale fought a hard fight but late drives by the Rams assured their 20-'I4 win over the Cards. 57 L A -T- i A fx Am ps .-fx 1 A 121. .,,A .Aft 'mix xv 3. It., M"7't sl, QQ 'S 7 M5 X gfmffe W, V., wa, gt: QQ'- X pf' "uv .M D-:Wan , , sl 0 '. 58 ' Sf,,,, .. . 4. K , . -5 J.-.2 J W. w T" 'Vi'-Y 'tl ' ,-'f-Z4-,X.." ,g, A- ., , I ...Swv ,Jah x 'Ei 1 6 U . . . First and last, it's a Spectator Sport." Football is, first cmd last, a spectator sport. lt is a crash and yell, a cheer and moan, a quick snap and a thundering run, obscured by the louder thunder of the crowds. 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"bf - Milo Fiori, Sherman Fredrick, John Row 1: Steve Quihuis, Jeff O'Brien, Jim Contes, Jim Wilbur, Jim Dillehay, Ted Schmidt, Dale McCormick, Mike Munoz, LeGendre, John Brimhall, Philip Reina, Cruz Franco. Row 2: Coach Hall, Coach Green, Frank Lopez, Dan Hardman, Steve Lunn, Mike Croxdale, Doug Sexton, Gary Tolmachoff, Tom Watson, John Garcia, Dan Poff, Ken Rowland, Coach Munoz. Row 3: Jim Puleo, Don Knudson, Tom Davis, Ronald Cummings, Dan Pevler, Steve Matthews, Mark Munoz, Neal Jacobs, Brian Craig, Frank Hoffmeister, Johnathan Lundberg, Fred Hollobaugh, Leonard Escudero. Phoenix Union Saint Mary's Prescott Cortez Brophy Washington I SEASON SCORE l2 .... . , .Glendale 'I7 .... ...Glendale Sunnyslope 6 .... . . .Glendale 'I7 .... ...Glendale 20 .... .. .Glendale 'I4 .... .. .Glendale 20 .... .. .Glendale Moon Vollley 6 .... . . .Glendale Flagstaff 6 .... . . .Glendale 14 0 0 . O 6 6 'I4 6 37 3 Above, Coach Hall fff.,.4z .9 :bg Far left, Coach Green 275 Bottom, Head Coach Munoz 'iltff J, my ,.:. 2-,ff . J.V, FOOTBALL. Row 'l: Jim Klarr, Mike Furze, Norman Bush, Bill Raney, Dana Judd, Danny Taylor, Dave Robinson, John Maynes, Tony Lawson, Bill Terry, Terry Pefiigrew, Grady Smith, Arnold Lopez, Ron Kolb. Row: Mark Fredrick, Carlos Cabrera, Bill Greer, Chef Jenkins, Lee Hughes, Sieve Johansen, Dan Sanders, Max Ramirez, Dennis Treguboff, John Heltzel. , f X sc, , L N Coach Robert Hutchinson Coach Gus Pappas Junior Varsity Coach Raymond Argel Freshmen B And Coming ji' Coach Russell McAnerny Freshmen A nu: -4 'rQ'N.-it ...Tc T 4 ' w I 1 v ', 2 . "f'f"l?'.f1'-. 'k" 5 2" f i . J 'fr ,QA A W L A ,V 13: ' :J 4' : .. , 'A - ' , J , V A' ,, is .L 1 ' x .' ... . .., - ' .V ,H , ,- 21 K - , , 1- . -, ,. M -vw.-.sf ,, mf 1. "--' ' ' ' A L c... . if ,V .- rf .. I ' " " ' '..i ' " , E-:QYFTSM ' . -1 . , L . J J' FROSH A. Row l: B. Mothershed, G. Peck, R. Ranchez, B. Woods, B. Meyer, J. Patterson, D. Watts, J. Frost, S. Lauchner, D. Edwards, R. Burton, J. Judcl, S. Gibbons, S. Willis, E. Lopez, Coach McAnerny. Row 2: R. Robledo, M. Lopez, J. Suda, R. Bull, N. Clayton, B. Schell, B. Little, D. Doucef, T. Green, M. Sheline, R. Sanchez, J. Mata, M. Schmidt, G. Burrell, J. Niblett, S. Padilla, S. Stewart. Row 3: G. Sulzer, D. Mahnke, F. Romo, J. Mason. Up Strong . . . U . 2 FROSH B. Row 'l: A. Rocha, R. Montes, A. Moreno, M. Lee, R. Garcia. Row 2: R. Harrington, S. Wilks, T. Bernal, S. Sebben, L. Hunt, C. Diffie, G. Hirth, B. Poff, J. Rhodes. Row 3: R. Ramirez, J. Mensendick, L. Worthy, E. Keyes, V. Salcido, W. Ezell, P. Croxdale, T. Gulliver. Row 4: P. Gillott, T, Knuclsen, P. Shores, M. Schwartzkopf, B. McElroy, F. Davis, D. Sanders. The Cardinal , z ., 'sw r A VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY. Row 1: Assistant manager Tom Espinoza, Ray Morales, Alex Pop- off, Joe Carroll, Dave Clark. Row 2: Coach Smith, George Thompson, Abel Arebelo, Jerry Thompson, Head Manager John Batchellor. : if The grueling pace of miles and miles of running over all terrain is etched into the very faces of Glendale's small but powerful Cross Country. Being so small, friendship has its best chance to grow here as in no other activity. The first guy to come in from running a two mile race waits for the last to come in, and every- body runs the race to the end. JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY, Row 1: Jesse Rodriguez, Paul Clark, Mcnuel Gutico, Richard Sala, Manager John But- chellor. Row 2: Couch Bill Smith, Jim Sexton, Fred Espinoza, Robert Escomillo, Manuel Tacho, Jr. ,rr- Cross Country GHS 15 .... GHS 19 .... GHS 15 .... GHS 15 .... GHS 43 .... GHS 17 .... GHS 30 .... GHS 20 .... GHS 20 .,.. GHS 19 .... GHS 19 .... SEASON SCORES flow score winsj .....Centrcul .....Alhc1mbrc: .. . . .Sunnyslope . . . . .Prescott . . . . .Cortez . . . , .Brophy .. . .Washington . . . . .Prescott . . . . .Porudise Valley . . . .Moon Valley .. . . .Flagstaff .K .f--f"f.Md':f' pw- The Year to Remember in Bc1skeTbclII A ,N if "N :5"1. 'fifiiiiw ,, -..- fy H: - ,M vm- ' ' .4"""' ...- WW mill' WQKW ,f . Q Tmszwii If .og f ' Varsity Coach Robert Hutchinson SEASON SCORES Sunnyslope 53. . . Carl Hayden 50... Prescott 43. . . Moon Valley 50... Cortez 50. . . Prescott 70. . . St. MGTYIS 46 .... Cortez 60. . . Moon Valley 44. . . Sunnyslope 43 .... Flagstaff 44. . . St. Mary's 49 .... Washington 46 .... Brophy 51 .... Washington 64 .... Flagstaff 63 .... Brophy 59 .... GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS 'T Q. ,fi y - L - VARSITY. Row 'I: Gary Sulzer, Carl Austerman, Lee Hampton, Tom Hasson, Jae Carroll, Doug Sexion. Row 2: Dan Pevler, Tom Gardner, Kelly Furze, Rick Lundberg, Gary Tolmachoff, Jay Murdock fmanagerl. Cardinal Netfers J,V. Row 1: Tom Watson, Mark Fredrick, Lex Sheets, Tom Sfeele, Ken Wyaii, Bill Greer. Raw 2: Ed Garland, Andy Tokarz, Bill Van Zwol, Dan Sanders, Lynn Sulzer, Chef Jenkins Cmanagerj, Coach Gus Pappas. kvW.WLii.g,C33Q4 K 2 3 Q FROSH "A", Row 1: Couch Jim Guclldoni, Brad Riner, Jeff Bootz, Roy Blevins, Doug Edwards, Mike Schmidt, Sianley Roper. Row 2: Brad Woods, Gus Burrue, Keith Norgren, Jim Mason, Pete Sarzozu, Robert Garland, Joe Hensley. FROSH "B". Row l: Coach Hall, Scott Gibbons, Marvin Person, Rod Federwisch, Merle Kissling, Jim Coronado, Sieve Willis. Row 2: Kim Brender, Jerry Mensenclick, Butch McElroy, Joe Ezell, Richard Sanchez. 3. VARSITY WRESTLING. Row 'I: Coach Farrey, Tony Caliendo, Frank Hoffmeisier, Danny Underwood, Jim Comes, Mark Munoz, Don Knuclson. Row 2: Paul Gilloi, Dave Herrera, Gary Wiechens, Aaron Loui. Cardinal Wrestling I .ini J.V. WRESTLING. Row 'I: Charles Goss, Lee Hughes, Mike Furze, Greg Cumerforcl, Coach Roefher. Row 2: Randy Porch, Bob Mayer, Marlin Lopez, Ken Salmon, George Sifuenfes. Row 3: John Valdivia, Jim Puleo, Terrell Knudsen, Clinfon Diffie, Marlin Kloss, Richard Lopez. SEASON SCORE West Prescott Moon Valley Phoenix Union Washington Sunnyslope South Mountain Cortez Tucson Flagstaff GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS 'I5 27 18 21 8 12 'I5 32 'I3 25 Possibly in no other sport than wres- tling is one individual so pitted against another. The heaving mass of muscle below you is just as determined as you are to win this contest. There is no one else to rely upon. The only thing that will pull you through is your skill, strength, agility, but most of all, cour- age. Anol, after the match, you and your opponent part as good friends, because you know he tried his best, and that you did your best, and that the best man did win. If i H at 1 A5 , or '.,.f,,,Lr,gi.f,,'gf t e"":'2 4 FQ 1, 1 i f w w., 1 v S I .5 , 4 tit " u. C' .- f 4 - A i 'L Left to right Ted Morcomb Bruce Burden, Gary Bochenski, Eric Lloyd, Ken Ashenhurst. Not pictured, Lynn Baird. T,-,.. ni ,.....-h- Lightning reflexes . . . s i . . , stop, move left . , . move right . . . a fast reach, a faster recovery. These are the things you see as you watch the blur of action commonly called a tennis match, and Glendale excelled in these qualities throughout the year. Truly a sport in which the individual develops himself to the fullest. x . 1 ,xx 111' x EQIP. 'A xx J.V. Top to bohom, left io righf: D. Pearson, R. Garland, S. Sorenson, M. Gennclco, J. leDrew, R. Porch R. Kaye, J. McElrath, B. Brown. Tennis Q g,x,ENDA1f Ls . mvsfcm 1 7 Hung, . if FRESHMEN. Top row: S. Sorenson, T. Nieznuy, R. Garland, J. McElra1h, Bohom row: B. Brown, R. Porch, J. leDrew. g , .Ylillf Qt f? fi, Q 0 W M at 4, he 4, in bl in J Top row: Tom Batcheller, Dean Underwood, Steve Quihuis, Chico Levell, Dale McCormick, Jim Contes, Don Knudsen, Jonathan Lundberg. Standing: Coach Ed Green, Joe Serrano, Joe Carroll, Lyman Perron, Steve Mathews, Michael Munoz, Carl Austerman, Ken Wyatt. Sitting Gregg Hodgkins, manager, Joe Hensley, manager. Teams Look Forward with Confidence 5 T E While the year hadn't opened up for base- ,M , ball when the yearbook went to press, the Car- W dinal line-up offered its best, as Steve Quihuis left, and Dale McCormick, right, prove. The team, as a whole, is formed under the careful direction of Varsity Coach Ed Green, as V .L. , "'w,v.,,, , coaches Jim Gualdoni and Bob Forrey develop the individual's skills to the peak in the Junior Varsity and Freshman levels. 'fi I -3 . f qi" Rs' I I l . 1, 3. it ma' f x V? Tj, . X if K . 1 y f. ff- ,lb J J .T W fri: K ld? ly x A f . 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Eckert, Rusty Levell, Dana Sanders, Keith Norgren, Joe Ezell, Bob Mothershead, Manuel Tacho, Charles Goss. . .Q 3, R g lf' i l X' ji'-il, Yr K is e s, if e i i .vmgx 3,5 -M' t . M 'W ' 'Q 1 wi" ' fn X W we f f sw-me I X ,ws wx . x sf X uf Q .,, 'fl x e A X G1 , 1 x X 9 c Lwffik ,t as me .If , tw. 1 The Move ls For 'Z-.U I Maggy MQ,-,fs lin. Q, , .,, it .v. y ff, U ,, 5 vo, .VM is .hi-tw, ','?4i31-1 's ef ' Ze, , mpg , ,. L ,l,, 6 Track And Field Track and Field, a sport of Individuals working as a team. The 440, 220, l00yd. dash, mile and two mile runs, high and low hurdles, long iump and the pole vault. For the heavy- weight there is the shot and discus. No one is left out and each gets to develop himself to his fullest. it Q W-H sbt f f-'M il ii ik ,s,e ff',ff-fx Yi ' ' liwsw 4 W A g we . ik. L1 W 'X tliTi,1i.L,-L Sid ng . sq tif , 1 . ik gif , ,. me in , 1' S. g frog., ,.k. In f Q ff -1. ,L Q i vis.-fre? 5' ,gmgau , ii' 4 l s , 'g il G v K y M gf Z" " ' K. 5 .J . 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VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK: top row, Manuel Garcia, Larry Allen, Jay Maynes, Roger Jones, Frank Hoffmeister, Robert Smith, Ed Garland, Bill VanZwol, Richard Rich, Gary Tolmachoff, Milo Fiari, Paul Bull, Coaches Frank, Roether, Smith, France. 2nd row Tom Steel, Lee Garcia, David Jenkins, Larry Huber, Mike Ferguson, Dana Judd, Sam Ramirez, Freddie Espinoza, Jesse Rodriguez, Ray Moralez, Paul Clark, Dave Harris. 3rd row Joe Jimenez, Roger Adams, Bryan Bills, Mike Hewitt, Tony Calienda, Dan Peveler, Mark Munoz, Greg Hardin, Gary Olson, Alex Popoff, Ken Anderson, Robert Escamillo, Dave Clark, John Batcheller, 4th row Jim Perry, Louis Sario, George Thompson, Doug Sexton, Rick Lundberg, Jerry Thompson, Doug' Roberts, Jim Dillehay, Steve Lunn, Tony Rodriguez, Rex Williams. 5595 'x'ffzQi2 E 2 '., wi' I YQ .W A FRESHMAN TRACK, back row, George Duncan, Dale Jenkins, Bobby Schell, Gary Criswell, John Patterson, Duane Mahnke, Peter Van Camp, Ron Federrwisch, Pat Croxdale, Steve Willis, Johnny Mata, Frank Romo, Manuel Lee, Lee Hunt, Coach Smith. front row: Mike Wiese, Jerry Doyle, Mike Goimarac, Jerry Mensendick, Phil Shores, Greg Hardin, Freddy Espinosa, Clinton Diffie, Jim Puleo, Lex Worthy, Doug Anderson. Top rowg Oleta Collins, Susan Tolmachoff, Audrey Cross, Lisa Mor- Sally Hornug, Terri Winn, Anna Hernandez, Lydia Hernandez Kathy comb, Annette Hcspi, and Miss Harriet Leeke, coach. Bottom row: Houtman, Debbie Durfee, and Debbie Norris. T, 4 l l l P Q '1- 54 1 .....-n....-H 1 Frosh Girls Have Spirit The freshman girls' tennis team had a disappointing season but despite this, many of the girls still came out for the Junior Varsity team. The J.V. and the Varsity have four- teen matches with schools all over the valley ending with the division play- offs. Every school in the division enters two doubles teams and two singles play- ers and then from there the top four placings in each event will go to state, which this year will be held in Tucson. Junior Vo rsl'ry Shows Promise ,,.f' Girls Varsity Tennis Team ,av 'I ff ai ' ' Q X 4 S !',14s,,,- " r 'bk A, X an ai QA., ..,1 , ,, 3137451 sf- --asf A 'fx ,w- f 19915 ,Q , . . r., 1 "PY 21171: ' Q 1 ., V 1: ,- . Q Y 3, 4 , ,. ls, i s . -Q. sf.: 1, .,... .fs -rg-rm: 1 Q x gi ig A op. Puf Abel, Diane Miyuuchi, Carla Leslie, 2nd M . P' 3 fs fibc ,ssl , f 1 . "' i ff:'f'S'.l9'5'3f" I ' f if v 'fjf1?':"wf asf' 'J' ' dl 4 ,F lf- ,N E, -J 'lf if A -wrvgi1-g-:f--m,.- -.... -4-,fi . V I - --fir'-'1::s...' 1' f , f f V A f I 1, ,l a R , I' , 'i . r 5 , , 'sk ,Q 'yf+,-f ,. urgret Roias, Terry Jane Kent A in W -, rm A-wt W :ns Q-,.. ...... V.. Q 3 . , A-4' 1.3'5i'?'W"' is Fencing Comes To GHS For the first time in the history of Glendale, the art of fencing is being taught and played. The girls' P.E. de- partment gave instruction on it, then there was competition within the class, and then to end with, there was a tour- nament of all fencers. Volleyball Enloyecl By All , I GAA volleyball is a very fast paced brand of the sport. Many different teams are used and the competition ranges through all girl teams to mixed co-ed and co-ed doubles matches. Basketball and hockey are pop- ular team sports in G.A.A. In basketball alone there were ten teams with from six to eight girls on each team, in a double elim- ination tournament. Competition is keen as at the end of the year awards will be given at the G.A.A. Banquet to all first place teams in each sport. Golf And Archery Requires Good Aim .. Q' 1 4 f 4 -','x,,Q.- ' , 'i"'U-ww - L-v.-wvixw' J- , 3 , pl New iifiifi. V- 1. , ,. 2 ' ,Q -:- -1,,9QSff-V 'lf 1, L' 'ff"-- " - 'fwvf-3g?E?v:15f3,5,M9'3" 1--ZQ' Vw " ,, 'Viz-f'fv :' " "'. -Y ,,w"Q1'hF- firms Bodminfon And Softball: Effective Intramurals Archery as shown on the oppo- site page takes much strength. Upper left: Joanna Sheets shoots at a target twenty yards away, and below that Chris Mecham and Becky Robinson watch Chris Whim- mer demonstrate the correct way to handle a bow and arrow. At the top of the opposite page Linda Aldama practices her swing as she is about to hit the ball. Softball and badminton is en- ioyed by everyone. You could play singles, doubles, or co-ed bad- minton in G.A.A. sponsored tour- naments. ,. ii.. M-nf' s ,. ,, t A " l I s S- V I I ' V I, V , 3 WM, 5. k . S W' , S . l ' l 5' ' 5 i' V ' A . "if gn,- - ..., -, ., H. aff. ,,. , . . ,ta gg xi ,A Q K 1, zs- s ,, - ---.1 nw . ., s, . - gf..fy.:.f: .rx fees., s b S -we . ' ' ' ,. .H f' 1-Ffv is' ,-fA,,,wz, , fritai N . ,rq,gg4.WZ ' . -y. ' . . ,r . -s e -:ffm-'1.s:yrfrf1rs, ' 1 ' "1-an f I , ,'51:21'f+ , mr. m. 1 W ., ,. 3 -wr A ft 'f A f W ' -A , -,fast V- ' wwf: V, . f'g:1-:af f ' Lars. sf ' f 'H Q. W' , , . l z,s1f5:5f,-yr H 21: ff-1,-wwf-. gi . - - s .fXf.,f- ef-, , -'mmf , -gxlicpgw Q' ' .s+ ' is 1,Q-use-,gw'.,:.gPf,, E, V--yi W .:..t VW . W 5 ,.,M,,,f.yA,,,gN,y,,.A,1f .- ni . 'L 'wrt 5-Lt, ,ff , '- ' 3 2.2 f 2 'M - si-31:-,,s.1 ' : f fi""1v:v ta: . 1-we ' . -f.-,Q-x ...cf ., , ,,, . W . ,. . z-- Q -9 .. -. ,-gh M ..f3-'fp S lf ,s, . ,L ,gm . - 'My ' ' "' 'ffkfsfffl ' fi 'g?i1'v'e+ '07" 'W as sw. --. A , , f 5 M ' ,s of ,, " gyftsq -1,.t. , Qi V 1 f- + - . ' 3 -A' -A1 ' ww ""' '- H f-M.. i . ' -4 .-1zf:z'W'4"fLif:fgf" gfxft:-,, -ng,s:w5as:sg.gs,.f. lx- f"'Q.'-Lit - Y'?ffL.."ff,ii" -W-f"5f'1' - , ir, -www., Q' st: . 'f -. n-rf ' . f-- 'A fr ', t. ,W - ,'.1s, M mf. , :fs V f,..w,., :ft-fffs' 'MJ - w.-, This year the girls' P.E. classes spent, six weeks of instruction and practice on gym- nastics. The girls could work on the trampoline, the uneven parallel bars, the balance beam, the horse, and there were mats for tumb- ling and free exercise. ln class, the girls had to make up a routine on any of the six events and then they would be graded on the originality, difficulty and performance of it. G.A.A. later held a competition of all events within the classes and then there was competition among the finalists. Developes Balance And Skill li. Organizations 1 be n The Life 1 ,' wif mf IA . . , pf! X' 3 if W5 A .,,,,, .. ., .. ... IF!! L ,V -4'f X '11 wgi 151 Joanne Grace, Susan Erickson, Phyllis Knaebel, Suzanne Dimmer, Jeanne Hooks, Judy Lucas, Teri Henson, Ann Miller, Karen Deem, Debbie Morawski. 2nd Jane While, Marilyn Inashiia, Linda Raymer, Michelle Jack, Karen Motoyoshi, Linda Paherson, Nancy Mutchmore, Lenora Abel, Margaret Hughes. Best precision squad in The west! ni' Sponsor Mrs. Collins and Manager Maureen Hacker? Cdpfdln, NCIHCY Mutchmore 90 . fm,-, I I Q lst Becky Boone, Michele Simpson, Jody Murphy, Caryn Porch. 2nd Cynthia Lovelady, Nancy Van de Putte, Pat Abel, Vero Tolmachoff. Early morning practices, sore feet, endless hours of work, and many rewarding experiences are all included in the life of a Cardette. The Glendale Pom Pon Girls are one of the finest in the state as proven by their superior rating at the University of Ari- zona Band Day. They perform at all football and basketball games, parades, and assemblies-all of which help to boost the spirit of Glendale High. This year the squad is led by captain Nancy Mutchmore. A great deal of her time is devoted to Pom Pon-always making it a better, more precision line. Another girl who works very hard for the Cardettes is Maureen Hackett, you don't see her dancing on the line, but her efforts are clearly shown behind the scenes. As manager, she prepares the music, helps the girls get ready, and countless other little iobs which often go unnoticed. The last thanks, and most important, are to Mrs. Leslie Collins. As sponsor for three years, she is constantly improving the line and building character in each of her girls. The Glendale Carclettes are a great asset to any school and Glendale is really lucky to be their chosen home! d '43, Q., . 'lst Margery Hughes, Vera Tolmachoff. 2nd Linda Raymer, Linda Patterson, Nancy Mutchmore, Karen Motoyoshi. 1 by ,, . Q, 3' ' Q . , s' 1 I , :TQ of in X x . Qi r , WHY , J-'i Q , y fa- . -,-s ' f' 4 K 3 . . , .3 V -nu. ' lst. Tony Caliendo, 2nd Tricia Pullins, Peggy Snrio, Tonni Tenuta, Cathy Tardy, Olivia Shumake N 1 Cheerleaders cheer at all football and besketball games, support the team, stimulate school spirit, and form the nucleus of the Pep Club. Peppy, the Card, is their mascot, whose identity is revealed in the spring. The cheerleaders organize and run the pre-season and the homecoming pep rallies in the fall. efficient organization, to establish loyalty, to insure unity among the student body, to promote the involve- ment of students in activities on campus, and to stimulate spirit on campus." Mrs. Freehill is the sponsor for both the cheerleaders and the Pep Club. .. '-: .t ,Urn The purpose of the Pep Club is, "To create an AQ- ..-J f 4 'Q ug.:.z::'ni..- '4- 3 ' VT ':-':f'.4-A -1 .,: if -1.- lstf. ' , ' ..f,n4!su.eEf!' '.-..'.'...':n'i'+'1 'ti' .lf Ju' -----M - --' -- A-4----" 'W"""" Q 5 Cheerleaders at pep assembly last fall. 92 5. eq,-.4411 'lt Debbie lee Jodie Tenuta, Gail Grace, Mrs. Freehill. 2nd Kristie W ite urst, Debbie Foughty, Karla Giordano. i ',,f" E " +1 vii 'V .:. It V14 if 1 y A x. L - Tiff, I ,i:?Q,iT3 1 ' A'FfQ?gJf,'Qjsf g ' Q1 - lst Jane White Ernestine Santos, Liz Garcia, Peggy Sario, Judy Lucas, Cathy Tordy, Marilyn lnoshita, Lauri Allen, Nancy Van de Putte, Ann Miller. 2nd Linda Raymer, h k Ph ll' K b l Cath Behner. 3rd Eric Vera Tolmachoff, Nancy Mutchmore, Linda Patterson, Tanni Tentura, Terri Kent, Suzanne Dimmer, Jo Ann Grace, Olivia S uma e, y is noe e, y Wager, Barbara Maack, Terri Henson, Cindy Valenzuela, Margie Royals, Tony Caliendo, Cyndee Jacobs, Lois Osborne, Sandra Mance. 4th Mrs, Freehlll. Spirit Boosters Darth Bentzel, Pam Center, Sandy Grogg, Sandra Farrey, Terry Carter, Donna Mathison, Bonnie Hugh, Leslie Drury, Jenny Patterson, Jean Seely, Debbie Springman, Patti Shaffer, Donna Pledger. 2nd Susan Lindberg, Jan Canafax, Linda Tardy, Jill Skinner, Doreen Felix, Karen Lentz, Marilyn Raymer, Carol Perault, Mary Byrne, Terry Towner, Roxanne Whitmeyer, Cindy Allison. 3rd Michelle Simpson, Kathy Petroff, Debbie Forrey, Belinda Brady, Liz Center, Michele Caliendo, Becky Gartarez, Karla Giordano, Jody Murphy, Dawn Lanphear, Kristie Whitehurst, Debbie Morawski,,,Debbie Lee, Margaret Jack, Debbie Williams, 4th Nancy White, Lisa Robertson, Debbie Foughty, Linda Cobb, Judy McDavid, Karen Deem, Becky Boone, Julie Valenzuela, Isabel Villa, Cathy Joiolla, Marie Zombrano, Virginia Santos, Pat Garcia, 5th Barbara Craft, Julie White, Terry Williams, Pattie Severin, Tereasa Terry, Cynthia Lovelady, Lenora Abel, Caryn Porch, Cathy Wanamalxer, Pat Abel, Beth McGuire, Eleanor Lopez, Casey Hum hreys, 6th Cindy McAllister, Brenna Bailey, Jackie Verna, Judy Tordy, Carol Beier, Jody Tenuta, Gail Wager, Sharon Warner, Tami McGilvra, Randy Porch, 7th Diana P Amrine, Penny McCormick, Kathy Weirson, Marla Baxter, Marilyn Johnson, Patty Grantham, Janet Easley, Gail Connell 8th Mrs. Freehill :Ani .sIx lr.xvviz .-:Jie ,.- , ' 06,11 J mu- , .I ,, ,. I ......... W sy W-Knosj i I lst Jana Pawnell, Lois Osborne, Sandra Wilkinson Margie Royals Olivia Shumake Jo Ann Grace Suzan D' N , , , , ne lmmer, ancy Van de Puffe, Laurie Allen, Phyllis Knoebel. 2nd Brenda Giblin, Lou Ann Bayless, Vera Talmachoff, Karen Mofoyoshi, Linda Patlerson, Cathy Tardy, Carla Leslie, Linda Taylor, Charmel Viefmier, Susan Erickson, 3rd Marilyn Inashita, Terry Kent, Cyndee Johnson, Rene Conway, Judy Lucas, Jo Ann Sheels, Margie Hugh, Susan Watanabe, Tonni Tenula. Alh Jeannie Hooks, Cyndee Jacobs, Terri Hensen, Chrisline Mecham, Diane Miyauchi, Bonnie Sherman, Linda Aldamo, Peggy Sario, Linda Raymer, 5th Ann Miller, Yolanda Rodriquez, Cecilia Herrera, Liz Garcia, Gloria Bonilla. G. A. A. acfive 'Isl Michele Caliendo, Belinda Brady, Rosie Varela, Linda Perry, Jackie Henderson, Karla Giordano, Jody Murphy, Dawn Lamphea eD, Debbie Maraw- ski, Marilyn Raymer, Liz Center. 2nd Michele Simpson, Polly Grantham, Debbie Foughty, Alicia Vaughf, Janie Phillips, Michele Jack, Kristie Whifehursl, Linda England. 3rcl Beih McGuire, Caryn Porch, Nancy Mueller, Paf Abel, Lency Abel, Mary Hellen Aviles, Lupe Valenzuela, Karen Deem, Cathy Wanamaker, Susan DeLaHeurfa, Rosie Aldama, 41h Bonn' l ' J ' ' ' IE rwln, uanlta Alvarez, Linda Cobb, Julie Valenzuela, Becky Boone, Cruz Hernandez, Laurie Lundberg, Karen Lentz new .ui W lst Cynde Mayo, Debbie Durfee, Mary Press, Carol Beier, Gail Grace, Jodi Tenuta, Marilyn Bowman, Janet Easley. 2nd Lisa Marcomb, Nancy Escabedo, Jenny Patterson, Gail Connell, Kim Gilsdorf, Jeri Behrle, Chris Traubel. 3rd Cynthia Morawski, Isabel Villa, Debbie Springmann, Karen Foisel, Jeanne Seely, Pam Center, Sandy Grogg. in intra-murals The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to further interest in athletics for girls, to foster a spirit of sportsmanship and cooperation among schools, ancl to promote a higher mental and physical efficiency within themselves. G' rticipate in many sports. Some of these are softball, basket- ball, olle ball bowling, archery, square dancing and co-ed volleyball. The spiritleaders, chosen by the members of the club, are responsible for organizing and running tournaments for their respective sports. At the beginning of the year a welcome party is held to welcome all new membrs into the club. Sponsored by Mrs. Phillips, G.A.A. is for all girls taking P.E. who want to earn their sports letter. lst Linda Patterson, Ann Miller. 2nd Nancy Mutchmore, kLee, Becky Robinson. 3rd Linda Raymer, Pat Abel, Michele ac . 4t Carla Leslie, Cyndy Lovelady, Susan Watanabe. lst Mr. Forrey, James Puleo, Danny Underwood, Don Knudsoh, Steve Baumgardner, Jeff O'Brien, Mike Munoz, Dale McCormick, Jim Contes, Steve Mathews, John Brimhall, Ron Cummings, James Wilbur, Mr. Munoz. 2nd Harold Flom, Phillip Reina, Steve Lunn, Ken Rowland, Danny Pevler, Niel Jacobs, Mark Munoz, Ted Schmidt, Sherman Frederick, Jim Dillehay 3rd Frank Ciotczyk, Joe Maher, Steve Quihuis, Bill Raney, Brian Craig, Dan Poff, Rick Lundberg, John LeGendre, Tom Watson, Doug Sexton. Letters worn proudly The members of the Lettermen's Club are drawn from those players who have earned a varsity letter. It promotes interest in the various sports both at high school and grade school levels. Lettermen's also sponsors Math, Spanish, and English contests, a Driver's Banquet, and makes con- tributions to organizations such as the Foreign Exchange Program. Club officers for 1968-1969 are: Mike Munoz, president: Dale McCor- mick, vice president, Jim Contes, secretary-treasurer: Gary Tolmachoff, sergeant-at-arms. Lettergirls has tour main purposes: to increase girl's athletics, to stimulate a greater interest in th Girls' Athletic Association, to make girls' athletics of wider interest to the whole student body, to exemplify sportsmanship, and stress scholarship and leadership. Every year a Hawaiian Luau is held atter the Cardette Review. l E Row 'l: Diane Miyauchi. Row 2: Lou Ann Bayless, Linda Patter- son, Nancy Mutchmore, Margie Hugh. Row 3: Karen Motoyoshi, Tonni Tenuta, Cindy Bootz, Susan Sine, Row 4: Olivia Shumake, Joanna Sheets. Hi-Y Clubs serve people ist Phil Houck, Tom Davis, Roger Beuster, secretary, Jim Johnson, Frank Ciatezyk, Bruce White, treasurer. 2nd Harold Flom, Gary Roper, Tam Short, Mark Bonsall, Brian Easley, Dave Herrera, Mr. Fleming. 3rd Steve Peters, vice president, Jeff O'Bien, Bob Blotter, Joe Maher, Ted Schmidt, Jim Dyer, Bill Asdell, chaplain, Charles Lopresto. 4th Gary Tolmachotf, Doug Sexton, president, Rick Lundberg, Niel Jacobs, Lee Hampton, Eric Wager, Steve Lunn. Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y are service clubs established in ioint cooperation between the high school and the community YMCA and YWCA. Members are re- quired to live by the Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y platform: "Clean Speech-Clean Ath- letics - Clean Scholarship - Clean Liv- ing." The purpose of the clubs is: "To create, maintain and extend through- out the school and community high standards of Christian character." Both clubs work very hard serving Glendale High, YMCA and YWCA, and the YMCA World Service Organization. These clubs also plan Christmas activities. lst Linda Raymer, Cindy Valenzuela, Karen Motoyashi, Cathy Tardy, chaplain, Jane White, sergeant- at-arms, Marilyn Inoshito, treasurer. 2nd Ann Miller, Jane Gilman, Laura Young, Barbara Maock, Tanni Tenuta, Suzanne Horst, social chairman, Diane Miyauchi. 3rd Lou Ann Bayless, Jeannie Hooks, Cathy Harvey, Cindy Bootz, vice president, Vera Tolmachoff, Mrs. Combs. 4th Terri Hensen, Sandi Cooper, president, Bonnie Sherman, Pam Marr, Irene Turner, Susan Watanabe, secretary, Mrs. Smith. v L xi' C5 t if ig: 'en s as ' ly. i xitx f ' xiliiesq bl I ii lumix 4,1 'L 4' , K x me 'Ist row Mike Whitfield, Dan Rovey, Pres. Paul Sampson, Vice Pres., Terry Pettigew, Parliamentarian, Bill Raney, Sec., .lack Walker, Treas., Gary Tolmachoff, John LeGendre Reporter, Bob Cron. 2nd row: Sam Patterson, Vera Tolmachoff, Sweetheart, Tonni Tenuta, Sweetheart, David Pristupa, David Robinson, Larry Smith, Gerald M h - . . . . I . . . . . a one Larry Rovey, Jim Mlnser, Artie Hayes, Sherwin lewis Jr,, Mr. Merrill, Advisor. 3rd row: Jimmy Mendel, Larry Huber, Frank Delgado, Sam Verna, Kenny Nielson Merlin Nielson, Konrad lincoln, Norman Clayton, John Niblett, Dean Chatfield, Crady Smith, Tom Neiznay, Mike Lewis. Future Farmers ot America Win at Fair A concentrated program of vocational agriculture is offered by Glendale High and many of the students who are enrolled in it participate along with members of the student body as a whole in the activities of FFA or the Future Farmers of America. Among these activities are the spon- sorship of the Harvest Dance and FFA Bar-B-Q's. They attended conventions and fairs winning many ribbons and awards of recognition. The Future Nurses of America or FNA is for all people who are considering a career in nursing. They do many things to learn of this profession, such as going to hospitals throughout the year. They also sponsor a bi-annual sucker sale. The proceeds of this sale go into a scholarship fund for one of the Seniors who, are going into nursing. They hope to issue two such scholarships this year. a K Vida Harris, Martha Miller, Ellen Benge, Janis Sanderson, Mrs. Thelma Coker, sponsor Homemakers of Tomorrow uv: ,ul Atl' it Ill -A-Q a T' . wunurfg N T-'il'-ni iuuugg 'Instant' 33121116 awful! ,Mn rf' kul"' Future Homemakers of America fF.H.A.J promotes a growing appreciation of the ioys and satisfactions of homemaking, encourage democracy in home and com- munity life, furthers interest in home economics, and fos- ters the development of creative leadership in home and community lite and works, for the good home and family life for ull. F.H.A. sponsored the Simplicity Style Show and the Harvest Dance. 'lst Cindy Valenzuela, Mrs. Jenkins, spon- sor, Cathy Harvey, president. 2nd Lois Gibbs, Gen Platz, Martha Miller, Alicia Vaught, Charmel Vietmeier, Mary Shields, Claudia Burden, Monika lvicevic. Vera Tolmachoff and Jana Pawnell in the F.H.A. Fashion Show. Teachers in training The purpose of F.T.A. is to promote in- terest in the teaching profession. This is ac- complished in the Cadet Teaching Program in which members volunteer to assist elemen- tary school teachers. 'lst Shelia Weaver, Connie Davis, histo- rian. 2nd Jeanne Ansel, Cookie Jarrel, vice president, Mary Ann Bravo, treasurer. 3rd Cathy Harvey, secretary, Cecelia Herrera, Mr. Whatley. 4th Margaret Burns, Claudia Burden, Sandra Mance. i Pawns move The purpose ot Chess Club is to promote chess standards at Glendale High School and other schools. Members of Chess Club not only learn to play chess better, but they also learn to compete in chess tournaments. In the spring the best players compete in the state tournament. One of the most unique and thought-provoking organizations on the G.H.S. campus is the Great Books Discussion Group. Open to anyone who wants to attend, each meeting is devoted to a discussion of some interesting literary or philosophical idea. From the pages of the greatest writers of history and from the minds of the most brilliant thinkers of any age, the Great Ideas are brought before each member. i f ,Jgk,,"' C X 'lst Ronnie Spinella, Roger Kaye, Rick Lindenmutha, Brian Easley. 2nd Bruce Houston, Dan Fogelson, Armin Rode, Mike Anderson, Mike Stopley, Bob Blotter. 3rd Tom McGee. Great Books Club broadens knowledge 'lstl Mr.. Richmond, Bart leuser, Bruce White. 2nd Gary Simpson, treasurer, Susan Sine, Maureen Hackett, Sherry Malgram, Cindy Bootz, Connie Davis, secretary, Mlchallne Lentz, president, Ellen Benge. 3rd Brad Robertson, Chris Wykoff, Phil Houck, Rosilyn Miller, Eric Lloyd, Edwin Morcomb, William Asdell, Doug Roberts. 1, Mark Woodman, Jose Obezo, Brion Drought, Jesus Obezo, Mr. Forsman, Ronnie Spinellu. T C 1 C ln the Radio Club, members are able to do different things. A person may learn the international Radio Tele- graph code for his Novice License, or repair radios, or build electronic kits. John Batcheller earned the first Novice License this year. His call letters are WN7RM. The Radio Club also talks with other school clubs through short wave. Science Club is an extension of the science classes. The members of this club are budding young scientists who go on field trips to further their scientific knowledge. Other areas of science are explored in addition to those taught here at Glendale. i l V Edgar Ethington, Brian Drought, Jesus Obezo, Mark Woodman, Jose Olnezo x i , 'Ist Jesus Obezo, David Herrera, John Garcia, Mark Woodman, George Cutrone, Richard Stewart, .lose Obezo. 2nd Alicia Vaught, Terri Hensen, Elizabeth Garcia, Gloria Bonilla, Barbara Maack, Pat Garcia, Shelly Cook, Ellen Benge. 3rd Mr. Branson, Sheryl Knutson, Olga Garcia, lrene Turner, Ann Hanks, Becki Oulette, Vicki Pearson, Mrs. Goldstein. Fellowship Creates Friendship Mr. Kim Kruelick leads songs at Fellowship Assembly. lO2 The problem of understanding one's fellow man is one of the most difficult problems in mankind's history. It is a problem which must be resolved, for, as the flight of Apollo showed, we are together on this planet and can go nowhere else. To resolve this problem two years ago the students of Glendale High formed the Fellowship Club. Still suffering growing pains, it is never the less a definite part of the scheme of things. Under the supervision of Mrs. Goldstein and Mr. Branson, the membership of the club is filling in the gap of misunderstanding by having inter-high school parties, sponsoring scholarships to the Anytown human relations camp, and by its very existence creating friendship. A. F. S. Club New on , 3 3 0 Row 1: Tony Zuniga, Joe Maher, Charif Zein, Jim Dyer, Mike Smith, Charles Lopresto, Mark Bonsall, Gary Simpson. Row 2: Cathy Petroff, Brian Easley, Becky Oulette, Holly Benson, Pat Anderson, Gail Cannel, Karin Bagnell, Janet Easley, Darcy Wilton, Cathy Harvey, Jeanne Ansel, Toni Bland, Laura Young, Bonnie Sherman, Tonni Tenuta, Mo Hackett, Lee Stevens. fNot pictured, William Lindley Asdellj World History Studies Man . H i, ,L wi . , ,,. X , 9 1 af? L 4 . ' f ff' .ef yy Campus One of the newest and most promising clubs on campus this year is the American Field Service or AFS Club. Starting its "Freshman" semester under President Brian Easley and Vice President Steve Lunn fwho is also GHS's AFS ex- change student from New Zealandl the clubs sole purpose is to guide our future exchange students through their stay in the U.S. One of the unique things about AFS club is that the officers are elected in the spring and serve through the summer and following school year. AFS club boasts an im- pressive initial membership of 26 and the officers ex- pressed hopes that this number will grow in the years to come. . - 52 f' fi xfifie i f - - 1 H . K -If 5 I t. 2 JSA' .- ' W9 15 final i L . fix, gi I x . I , , X 2' ff ' . D 4 , 'y as , . fig' , , X f' gig - il, ff ff ls, , , ' A , , R 1, A, c . ,, rx' f 'liiirii' J, . - '-" ' - ' I 3, - 'I ,,, ' 'MF' W5 A l A We . tti' as J s lst row: Mr. Hall, Mickie Cooper, Linda Bernard, Pam Morr, Tom Kleckner Jane Gilman, Penny Ackley, Terry Pritchard. 2nd raw: Chuck Lopresto, William Asdell, Kelly Furze, Richard Stewart, Mike Smith, Micholine Lenz, Mike Furze, Rosilyn Miller l xx Row l: Aaron Louik, Greg Comerford, Joe Sifuentes, Dan Ronnie, Charles Lopresto, Bruce Little, William Wells, Chris Daniels, Kennie Ashenhurst, Row 2: Gail Grace, Ruth Ann Gericke, Cindy Johnson, Jamie Griffis, Gloria Bonilla, Tricia Pullins, Kathy Press, Ellen Benge, Julie Valenzuela, Jane White. Row 3: Don Johnson, Margaret Kruppe, Donna Egel, Gary Wiechens, Charlotte Daum, Chris Mecham, Paulette Barry, Mary Ann Bravo, Mary Lou Severin, Heather Boone, d D Cl k, Rick Stewart, Terri Brouchard, Ja Ann Grace, Doug Mayer, Edwin Morcomb, Edgar Ethrngtan, Julie Bulls, Becky Vetrano. Row 4: John LeGen re, ave ar Chris Wimer, Pat Abel, Row 5: Brad Robertson, Larry Huber, Mike Callahan, Mr. Feller. See the world The purpose of the Spanish Club is to study Spanish culture and its influence on our daily life. Club members enjoy fiestas and celebrations for which there is not enough time during regular class sessions. At one large party during the year the Spanish Clubs of the other four high schools are guests. At a spring dinner the graduating seniors are honored. There is always a Christmas party with pinatas and music. German Club promotes interest in German among the other high schools. Four times a year the high schools hold a party for all the German students. The Faschings test, a costume party, was held at Glendale this year. Row l: Ernestine Santos, Linda Aldama, Teresa Moreno, Tony Zuniga, Angie Cano, Mrs. Trainer. Row 2: Mary Lou Sarzozo, Rosie Aldama, Peggy Sario, Jeanette Flom, Flora Gallurda, Barbara Saucer, Rachel Dela Huerta, Lupe Moreno, Nancy Strohaclcer, Cruz Franco, Fidencio Martinez. Row 3: Sandra Monce, Gloria Aldama, Connie Lopez, Chris Goble, Susan Sine, Bonnie Sherman, Tam Miller. costumes , speecn ,,tf, lst Glenda Erickson, Miss Nelson, Fat Menefee, Ellen Benge, Diana Schmidt, Mickey Cooper, Karen Eleman, Beth McGuire, Sherry Joslin, Chris Trauble. 2nd Jimmy Sexton, Larry Allen, Denise Ackley, Sherry Molmgren, Martha Miller, Sandi Cooper, Bruce White, Joe Arthur, Julia Colvin. 3rd Maynard Fronda, George Cutrone, Duane Mahnke, Phil Houck. through languages The Latin Club is a member of the Junior Class- ical League, a national Latin organization and also a member of the Arizona J.C.L. ln the spring, a Roman Banquet with full Roman dress is held. A State Convention was held on March 8, ot ASU. Contests in Latin speeches, costumes, mythology, grammar, and derivatives were held. The Russian Club held a car wash and a Nachinki sale along with various other activities. Officers for 1968-69 are: Gary Tolmachoff, pres- ident, Roger Adams, vice president, Sandi Tolmachoff, secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Wucinich, sponsor. lst Jesus Obezo, Ken Kreiger, Mike Gaimark. 2nd Cindy Furze, Diane Tolmachoft, Julie White, Sandi Tolrnachoff, Sandra Tolmachotf, MaryLcu Carillo, Jan Riley, Mr. Wucinich 3rd Kathy Greer, Barbara Tolmachoff, Chris Carpenter, Mike Ferguson, Gary Tolmachoff, Roger Adams, Kathy Petroff. 0 . s 4' Y C R 'lst Kay Cooper, Alicia Vaught. 4th Sandra Mance. Barnett, Nita Fisher, 2nd Neva Fisher, Mickey Cooper 3rd Sandi l wfiilfi 'Q 4 ' ' 1, 3 a 31 S y, rg ' K 'midu A, K ., ,, I . , T -1 ,ff ..::-.f2:- , -wisp .HW-it' '1 :Tfi5:ifE5t?::ffS f ,---a ---: ..g, - ' , :'zg:e1tb::fsfz.e- -125: -'Simi' ' - " s s-,n 4 H X Q' Us I '- 4 I W ,f ,G r .ix V, ,, yu' " 0 at sv . , fx' lx 'Nga i P 'Ist Judy Spychalski, Marcia Nossaman, Jana Pownell, Joy Lun ' --- erson. 2nd Sally Hoag, Becky Ovoulette, Pat Anderson, Luis Osborne. rd Debbie Lee, Diane Amrine, Laura Locker, Cindy Jones, Pat Lentz. Clubs Extend in Usherettes, a service club, usher at football games and concerts. For service to the club a letter is earned. Speech Club, a new club on campus, offers a chance to put to use the skills learned in Speech Class. The student assistants in the library and the Audio- Visual Department not only provide a service to the school, but also learn a great deal about many subiects :Bs 6 we . in the process of handling the materials. I lil . M lst Mrs. Fansler, Butch McElroy, Jerry Mensendiclc, Charles Wood, Mary Ann Miller, 2nd Jose Obezo, Greg Hildebrand, Paul Bull, Dennis Bellmore, Mrs. Hassan, Mrs. Shaw. 106 5 . l bn' Ei: ff M1 wr . , .5 ,V X X H! . .1 -.. 11:4 l rfb L s 'VD iii.i!il!'i 5551551 lil! it I c 'U J . . ,,,-K if if, ...,.,..,... v - f l, "-- . eyc. . sl Q? z aftf J wi K . 'lst Tom Kleckner, Allan Jackson, Randy Caratachea, Eric Ackley, William Asdell, John Sutter, Tom Miller. 2nd Karen Oetzel, Julie Valenzuela, Flora Gallardo Laura Young, Rachael Del.aHuerto, Sherri Joslin, Brian Easley, 3rd Mr. Shaul, Ann Hanks, Debbie Wright, Margaret Burns, Cathy Behner, Denise Ackley Many Directions 'Ist Bill Wootan, Karl Reynolds, Doug Mayer, Greg Hardin, Harold Flom, Ed Morcomb, Ralton Harris. 2nd Barbara Peers, Nancy Peers, Kathy Cook, Sherry Blount, Debbie Burney, Linda Barnes, Donna Blankenship. S4 ll The purpose of the Geography Club is to have its members gain o better understanding of our world and our fellow men by enriching the study of Geography beyond what is possible in the classroom. The club has a sister club in Chest- nut, England with which the mem- bers exchange pictures and ma- terial of their respective geographic environment. The purpose of the Judo Club is to promote the knowledge and the skill of judo. Instructors teach the scientific art of self defense. In iudo the art of balance is the key factor in learning. .9 ' 2 Ruth Allen Cyndy Jones Peggy Person Pai l.en7z Mark Bonsall Jim Miller Tam Davis Olefa Collins Irene D'Agostino Mike Bernard Tom Sing Nancy While Marla Cones Kathy Pefroff Sandy Wilkinson Patty Severin Judy Spychalski . Teresa Terry r lg i W QJ 26 3031 35 10 Q8 33 37 A0 An Q9 Ronnie Spinella Laura Locker Rex Decker .Mike Goimarac Marvin Person Jonuihan Gericke Rick Stewart Roger Kaye Kevin Robertson Bob Smith Lee Slevens Brian Easley Craig AlJiS Mike Huichison Linda Crafi Rick Greenwell Dennis Allen Dan Davis 45 46 34 38 39 W 3 47 A9 52 53 50 51 Danny Eldridge Dennis Long David Tosh JoY Lunnon Tom McGee Rebecca Sidinger Mary Press Janis Sanderson Susan Sfambough Paffi Anderson Pam Decker Michaline Lenvz BeckY Ouellelle Diane Amrine Polly Sidinger Harold Flom Ruth Ann Gericke Mt f 9 it' The purpose of the Thespian Club is to provide enioyable entertain- ment and improve the cultural level of our community. This is done through the many productions presented such as plays, musicals, and variety shows. The officers of the Thespian Club are: Tom Davis, president, Mark Bonsall, Vice President, Pat Lentz, Treasurer, Peggy Person, Secretary, Ruth Allen, Recorder, and Cyndy Jones, Historian. Whespian Club, this year, produced "Arsenic and Old Lace," and "South Pacific" with help from vocal and instrumental music, and plans on producing a spring play. I T HAII the World's cu Stage" Sponsors Mrs. Thomas and Mr. Moves "Arsenic and Old Lace" "South Pacific" 'xg il S 3'5- Q f 1" za- .yy 165 1 ' ' . - ' . , ' A 'fr in 1 , ,. or ' A , l ., , . .1 o . ,: , 1. 1 r A o - V q1. gl. ,.. 1 :,. 1 l , - 1" :if J i ' "YQ " ' " ,mt ls? Bolo Diffie, Jennie Armstrong, Jun Riley, Coryn Porch, Merolee Mechom, Chris Mecham. 2nd Guy Mills, Chuck Wood, Mary Hinkle, Janis Sanderson, Susan Stumbough, Kay Lynn Sorenson. 3rd Bob Smifh, Scoh Sorenson, David Schmidf, Poilit Grcnfhom, Nancy White. phonic Choir I BEGINNING GIRLS CHORUS: 'lst Kathy Cook, Dahalia Jimenez, Sally Hornung, Barbara Rouse, Debbie Simpson, Shiela Casey, Lauren Smith, Kathy Montoya, Brenda Bailey. 2nd Jane Gill, Karen Dennison, Debbie Hutchison, Blaine Metz, Dorothy Bentzel, Brenna Bailey, Roberta O'Keefe, Clara Montoya, Patsy Alcaraz, Sylvia Garcia. 3rd Kathy Wilkinson, Alice Gallegos, Mary Wilson, Kathy Rogers, Sharon Hughes, LeeAnn Snyder, Valrie Taylor, Vicki Herren, Debbie Covanaugh, Ann Hanks. Student Choruses Play Big Role nl?-322 -'J 'iff 1-fi, J' 3 L. , jg 'W f ,R s, .9 ' Z Sl' :Q ff 1 s A V .443 ff Q env' "iff L....Q Q J' me , +3-. .fog A 'f 1- if .. , X-vi . 'L f - Q5 saga' - X .V if "K fn s- -,, ,N , 2 ' . S, -- or , vw,-., was 2 ' fjiyif f' -'bf is ' an -nr ' J is lm' st ,. 1' yi, , 3 f . th f-Q 1-M fg - ' ., ., N or , it V . c ,L l W gif -, , sr , 'v V f -, . , - , 1 , .fi A I M ' .Ads :lag , 1. W y rf. I s Y' ' 1 BOYS CHORUS: 'Ist Rance Ledbetter, Tim Elmer, Terrall Knuclson, Clinton Diffie, Melvin Crawford. Grape, Rick Anderson, Craig Abls. l .u .sf ez , Q- W,--f -f' -Q 'iam , rf, ,A'ifi 5ii'i5- f 1' ' X' QRS, fm QQ' ,..i'L'Qi.'. . l"i?3lLf'. ,.3,?'ifg'i?e sirfw, . w w, .nw sf fsffxa'-W Ewan Jeff ' ' PY 2nd Ken Bagnall, 3 2 xi r 2 Ray Blevins, Marvin Person, Richard ..3c-.fi.2,,- Wu' cz., oar nice Ancfvid.-rx. 52-L. lar.:-ft.x1 lf'-Callfhei Flaw,-,goulliivsd l9" iV'i'LL'LC5Q4-"Q-4"l4'vAC5'FC72JKx1f L3 22 Vwvs ADVANCED GIRLS CHORUS 'Isl Michele Simpson, Laura Pickett, Jane Moore, Miizie Coleman, Donna Minion, Kathy Snowbergenf 2nd Debbie LeQ Lu Ann Herre, Cindy Brender, Mary McCloskey, Michelle Sirohm, Tina Faulkner. 3rd Ruth Ann Gericke, Laurie Lundberg, Pai Lentz, Sandy Maloney. in South Pacific Production. ENSEMBLE 'lst Cyndy Jones, Peggy Hoehn, Susan Doyle, Peggy Person, Karen Ludhberg, Ruth Allen, Marcia Nossoman. 2nd Lynn Baird, Jim Dillehay, Rex Decker, Tam Davis, Jeff Houck, Dan Taylor, Dan Davis. No! piciured Karen McGinnis. The Lyres Club is the sparkplug for the instrumental music depart- rnent. They raise funds to provide scholarships. They organize parties and picnics as well as build the homecoming float. The Marching Band performs at all home games and at the state fair in the fall. They also perform in several parades. The Concert Band performs at the state fair, the Christmas assem- bly, and at two concerts. They also participate in a music contest in the spring. The Intermediate Band ioins the Concert Band in the Winter and Spring Concerts. g ig ill .1 i M ,Q"f" ' ' "Wg,-3 'N lf ,H . -L 6 L, u i l x v JE.. V... f Q,-Bib., V, L. . ,.,,,Lr., ,- Q W its Q A-.nt flux "" 'F ' L ', ' i 4" .JMLJW 1. tm. l r gf,-'I ' ip- Wigs' j, 'u -' . , 4 L kg g Mtn, ' H VW .. " iiiffk' T ' T Q swf ' 5 t are - Q " ,rss Sv. , S F n" ' W ,,... . ' affair ' I I I1 KI fill ,t ' Front Row: Dave Clark, Mike French, Craig Abts, Mark Bennett, Dave Stambaugh, Gloria Bonilla, Kathy Willis, Ed Morcomb, Benny Ramos, Mike Davis. Second Row: Rod McMahon, Eric Wager, Edgar Ethington, Larry Huber, Dave Tosh, Martin Klass, Alice Vaught, Barbara Maack, Ardith Doucet, Connie Wager, Bobby Ortega. Third Row: Mike Ferguson, Rick Balch, Sandra Malone, Lisa Benner, Connie Davis, Dayle Hart, Glenda Erickson, Lisa Morcomb, Muriel Hubbard, Gail Wager, Paulette Brennan, Jeanette Engel. Fourth Row: Terry Conner, Charles Goss, Robert Garland, Lex Sheets, lan Hugh, Rod Federwisch, Joyce Hagan, Beth McGuire, Susan Metzler, Steve Dabbs, Dave McHutchan. Fifth Row: Dave Jenkins, Ed Garland, Frank Gonzales, Bill Wells, Bill Jocewicz, Joe Akers, Kevin Robertson, Daryl Hart, Mike Gennaco, Tony Megma. Sixth Row: John Belk, Ted Morcomb, Gary Bochenski, Rex Decker, Mike Stapley, Leon Bowers, Frank Silva, Bill McDavid, Gary Ayres, David Grantham. Intermediate Band , Mmm K . -, th 1 I'- X . gg ' X fr i i S Symphonic Band 1969 Cardinal Marching Band uBc1nd, Takes the field!" - an .M i ...al "Torch of Freedom" y Hunts Above right the band forms one of its favorite forma- tions, G.H.S. Mr. Koch directs the band in preparation for a concert, in the middle left picture. The middle right picture is of the band staff which consists of: Connie Davis, Lisa Benner, and Joyce Hagan, Librarians. Also Dave Stambaugh, Assistant equipment manager, John Belk, Uniform manager, and Bruce White Equipment manager. Mr. Koch is pictured with them. To the immediate right the maiorettes are pictured. They are: lst row Gracie Linker, Holly Benson, Barbara Maack, and 2nd row Mary McCloskey, Jennie Armstrong, and Marcia Nossaman GLENDALEQ 1 . . xi? l 5" H -:af '- H , any SCHOOL The 1969 Cardinal Marching Band is ably led by Dave Clark, Drum Maior shown at left Through his leadership and many long hours of practice, the band has presented many fine half-time activities. Another facet of the fine instrumental music program is the string program shown below. The Literary Club plans and organizes material for the school literary magazine, "Panoply." Club members enioy writing themselves and welcome other students in- terested in creative writing. The V.l.C.A. student is being occupationally trained in the high school, learning skills and knowledge which will help find productive employment. The other aspect of the V.l.C.A. student is the developing and growing through V.l.C.A. activities into a person with salable personality as well as salable skills. f5f, fw,. , .1 f- 1 T E fm! nhl .yy wk A R 1 A . J ,-sq .i.l" VI J X PN i ' V4 ' x ' ' W 3 r my '4.f,.:' 7 4 A .V QXQL ' ' ' .iv . YW' . in ' . 5 j . il. ll n '41 W Q .flfk 5 L12 fill' A -T Y rrtr 5 .' ' 'Ah ,J l'i' ' , '.. I' PPK 1 .-nw, . ' , H Q ' Mrs. Beck, .lay Murdock, Adell Roebuck, Susan Stambaugh, Bill Wooten, Cookie Jarrell, Cheryl Merker, Paul lnglish, Rick Morgan Clubs train for future QE f M Mg 'U is and in -1 , ' 'if' Hr 1-J f 70? '29 3 2 lst Bill Wooten, Ada Watson, Peter Guterriez, Steve Marquez, Kathy Harcq, David Grantham, Mr. Simpson. 2nd Mike Adair, Allen Nieman, Gary Miller, Frank Gonzales, Frank Silva. N ll 'lst Mrs. White, Miss Claunch, Susie Horst, Diane Miyauchi, Bart Leuser, Ellen Benge, Hackett, Gary Simpson, Cindy Bootz, Nancy Furrey, Cecilia Herrera. Q . I I llilnsuu Y 'lst Della Arce, Yolanda Morales, Mary Sarzoza, Diana Niblett. 2nd Blas Gabriel, Rosie Hanes, Cecilia Herrera, Paul Bull, Mario Garcia I s lr: ll ni Gene White, Rick Stewart. 2nd Harold Flom, Susan Watanabe, Maureen and Scroll Throws Brawl Practical experience in merchandising is gained through the Distributive Education Clubs of America CD.E.C.A.J. Through book sales, candy sales, and decor- ating the display windows this experience is gained. Quill and Scroll is the international honorary society for high school journalists. At Glendale High, Quill and Scroll sponsors the Annual Brawl, and provides scholar- ships for journalists wishing to attend Publications Work- shop. ant .wsw.w " Rxlq X Y'-xxx Q Cardinal Hi-Lites "Voice of the Cardinal Hi-lites is published semi-monthly by the associ- ated student body of Glendale High School. Editor in Chief, Bart Leuser, associate editor, Maureen Hackett, page editors: Susan Watanabe, Gene White, Cindy Bootz, Rick Stewart, Suzie Horst, Nancy Furrey, Linda Raymen, Harold Flom, sports editor, Greg Prentice, photog- raphy editor, Gary Simpson, business manager, Brad Robert- son, circulation editor, Ethy Keston, columnist, Diane Mi- yauchi, copyreader, Cecilia Herrera, cartoonist, Jerry Lowe, staff advisor, Mrs. Dorothy White, reporters, the Junior Journalists. Glendale High School Students" ,,,,,.,,,-f..,.. i, I4 I2 1 6 234578911 I 5 l 167 'l. Susan Watanabe 1 2. Cecilia Herrera 3. Susie Horst 4. Cindy Bootz 5. Ethy Keston 6. Linda Raymer 7. Gene White 8. Rick Stewart 9. Harold Flom Brad Robertson Greg Prentice Jerry Lowe Gary Simpson Bart leuser Maureen Hackett Diane Miyauchi Nancy Furrey Yearbook is larger in 1969 we 5 9 I7 I2 I3 14 15 6 I9 io ll l 'B 20 2' 22 24 23 Eric Wager William Asdell James Dyer Eugene White Mark Smith Edgar Ethington Miss Claunch Gary Simpson Glenda Erickson Ellen Benge Diane Miyauchi Nita Pomeroy I3 'I4 I5 I6 'I7 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Bart Leuser Karen Motoyoshi . Tonni Tenuta Pat Murphy Christopher Wykof Charles Lopresto Cheri Eckert Penny McCormick Richard Stewart Harold Flom Bill Wootan Ronaldo Spinella Annual Staff Editor-in-chief ..,. . . .Gary Simpson Associate editor . . . . . ,Charles Lopresto Administration . . . ..... William Asdell Activities ..... .... C harles Lopresto Honorees. . . ...... Pat Murphy Royalty . . . ...... Tonni Tenuta Athletics. . . . . .Leonard Escudero, Diane Miyauchi Organizations . . . .... ....... E llen Benge, Glenda Erickson Seniors .... .... R ichard Anthony Stewart, Bart Leuser Juniors . . , . . .Eugene White, Mark Smith Sophomores .... , . .Penny McCormick, Cheri Eckert Freshman ...... . . ,.......... Nita Pomeroy Advertisements.. . ........... James Dyer, Eric Wager Karen Motoyoshi, Diane Miyauchi Photographers. . . ............. Christopher Wykoff, Ronaldo Spinella, Edgar Ethington Advisor ......................... Miss Laura Claunch Photographic Advisor. . . ..... Mr. Del Stapley " A:-" : I-if 5 A Year ,, ' I ? V . -. . right , b , g vfws' , . a : 'M ' ,iw - ' 2 ' wg' f K .' , iii' I . x V 5 ' 'Q 3,f:?r 1.-firliflff' , 22 ' -n af .1 :iw - f ' K if :ik-?'a+'f' '1?ui'A t,4f1 ' , gl .. rn e ' V-wus 1 :X , . W W -11 A . 5 - ' f " ' ' " ff ,m:aff'i4, ?. , 'QUE X M W' ' fa ff. ,M ww. 1' i'g,!,,qs 'sxfffa ww' . 1 ' f' 'f' ff, 2-3:51, swf, fr" 5 - . -133 5 A N 1., :Z '-. f '21 - 5 . , fgn:4g,s1-igfgm, f x, W H -+ - 2, . ff ' A 'han ' "'ifgf,'f-fl ci I . N - K K I fwgmw, A . . ' -:,r.:g.r-x,...,, , , I Sf 'rgvbbf "sh 7 ' , .,.M, ,, rv , , .1 v v in The Life . 4 , ,rf M ,Q Q, , , ff K ,gn .ygergz 1 fe .1 5,4 4' 3 1 X TZ 'Fif i-i ,. ' k 1 3 'V y . 7 " 11: 1' fi? .AE I o o Senior Class Officers Linda Patterson Nancy Mutchmore Eric Lloyd Bonnie Sherman Pat Murphy 124Vice Pres. Treas. Pres. Hist. Sec. Class of '69 closes out 4 big years Soon to graduate, the class of 1969 has many things to look back on. Homecoming floats, rummage sales, A.F.S. field days and letter- men's talent shows remind us of our work and its rewards. The Senior Class has been privileged in giving two homes to foreign exchange stu- dents and for the first time in a long time we sent one abroad. One of our more notorious accomplish- ments was the provision of a female Student Body President and the re- vision of the Student Body Consti- tution. Twelve years of studying are coming to an end, but an end that marks a new beginning. Pila Tomilee Ackley Michael J. Adair Jennie Aguila Lincla Lucinda Alclama Dennis R. Anderson William Lindley Asdell Gary Gene Ayres Alice Diaz Aspeifia Gloria Carrillo Bonilla Cynthia Sue Bootz Freeman Leon Bowers Sandra Ann Branch Mary Ann Bravo Robert Joseph Brink Daniel Jimmie Browning Bruce Burden Barbara Ann Burgmann Elva Rodriquez Cabrera Irene R. Cabrera HM: ,.-.If .Z Q53 Seniors participate in ,,...f 1-M., Virginia V. Carreon Debra Jo An Carter ..- , 1 s 5' Q, , 'Uh is. gshit '33 Ma ny Activities Esperanza Celaya Sandra Lynn Clark Susan S. Clark Sharon Louise Clayton Julia May Colvin Dolores Teresa Comon ts la' ' uf Sherry Malmgren works on ihe senior floor fo the homecoming parade. wk ""' Marta Kathleen Conover James N. Contes J Q' if J Gayla Renee Conway 4 Linda Coulter 127 Barbara Joanne Conyard Robert H. Conyard Wanda Jane Cook Sandra Ann Cooper Mary Louise Cross Frank Terry Crowe Ronald Bruce Cummings Mitch Curl 'Ive ev xlui 128 GHS senior has Kathleen Marie D'Agosfino Arden Ray Daniels Linda Jane Davidson Constance Jane Davis Edward Allen Davis Thomas A. Davis ls' ol "7 F- 1 AFS broiher Glenda May Erickson David Escamillo Leonard Escuclero Marlene Fair Frances Figuerou Phillip E. Flint Doug Sexion shakes hands with his foreign exchange siudeni "brother", Stephen Lunn. Pamela Mae Decker James Aldridge Dillehay Janice Ann Doetzer Lydia M. Dominquez Susan Alice Doyle Marna Lee Edwards Mike Elinski Karen Marie Elman 2'a"vi' Ho rol,d,Arll1ur-KF lo me Debrge r Linda Louise France Sherman Richardson Frederick 130 4 Qs I 51" Ev an az 11 J-5532: X, . J 4-4 T351 t U-G g F ,wx Q. , K .f ly. ff 6 . in ,177 . ' LT: ,W L 3 - , 'fr l 'sf ff Q5 M, NA, :r A A 3 vs. 11. H 4 -r it ,Es 1 1 PP f ' 'K X , ,M 3 ,. 9 of it Q ' A 'Mi Q 'K - 5' ,qi an wk 5. . Bonnie Sherman and Doug Roberts ride on lhe Senior class entree in the Homecoming parade. enior homecoming float rf- Nancy Jean Furrey Blas Gabriel Elizabeth Garcia John Garcia Larry Frederico Garcia Leroy Gill Jane E. Gilman Frank J. Gonzales M.-wt" iQ l .N-awk wins first place David Haschell Grantham Maureen Elizabeth Hackett James Fredrick Hollobaugh Mary Jane Hanson Kathy Jo Harcq James R. Hardman Jr. Vida N. Harris Sharon Lee Hart David Thomas Herrera Jr. Roger Hicks Thomas J, Hines Mary Lou Hinkel Margot Farrell Hoehn Sally Jean Hogg Suzanne Marie Horst Philip Carl Houck gp.,-1' 'tv Q :Q F s ru Mr. Richmond lectures his classes on the fundamentals of Shibui, the Japanese concept of subtle beauty Margery Helen Hugh Terry Charles Hughes Larry A. Hunt James Irwin Donn Michael Janke Christine Ann Jarrel Michele Renee Jocewicz James Michael Johnson Seniors strive Through V' - 2'-is f fy Robert Joiola Sherri L. Joslin Rhonda Susan Justice Terry Jane Kent .1 . R, A sf, qv' I Q, 3 X 5. 5 ' x q. , .U - 'I Ethel Mary Kesten Joyce E. Kesten Donald Wyatt Knudsen Sheryl Elaine Knutsen final year ot High School L A, x 29: fc '- as Sis Leann Kon Vw f Edward J. Kress Jr. Barbara Gail Landis Rebecca Gail Lane I 1 in Michaline Lentz Barton Jaime Leuser Konrad Edwin Lincoln Dana Rita Lins 'Of J W e, ' s gl Eric Deon Lloyd Frank L. Lopez Charles Joseph Lopresto Robin Lee Loveioy Teresa Ann Lujon Karen Ann Lundberg Richorcl A. Lundberg Nancy Ellen Lundeen -.Q-N "4"'l.., Seniors leorn Stephen Peter Lunn Joy Elizabeth Lunnon Dole Lee McCormick Williom Earl McDavid Thomas F. McGee Timothy Gordon McGilvro Donny Ross McPherson Sharon R. Mohle X J , Q 41, 3 fi li ' I -r Q xt 5 . fy Through Teaching K' fl . I Sandra Jo Mance Pamela Lynne Marr James M. Marusa Marshall Steven Matthews Cheryl Ann Merker Gary Allen Miller Martha Astrid Miller Monette Ruth Miller ,vf. V x . vw Q N is 1 K ' J' Rosilyn Arleen Miller llomas Muller Linda Marie Milnes Duane K. Mlyauchi Family Living and Child Develop- ment classes instruct small chil- dren in their 'Kiddie College' 'it E. Connie J. Moore Karen Motoyoshi ' Michael Al Munoz Patricia Ann Murphy Nancy Marie Mutchmore Norma Jean Myers Maria K. Nassaman Guy Eugene Naugle Seniors find classes if , 4-- ., A rr. fx 1 X? , 21 W , ,-1 , ji i ' ' ' fi i . ..Ai 5 ssi if ix if ,fi L i "" W' is . Q xt 5 i ' .5 A , .r ,S X 2 5 X 1 it ' I 5 . M M if 1 - if . 4 sw 5 Q. x V E35 f gi? - f E221 f. 4 ' f ' ff , 1 Y j .s ' X - ' Seniors Carolyn Tinsfman, Doug Rcberis, and Julia Colvin demonstrate the Roman iogu for Mr. Richmonds English class. Merlin Floyd Nielsen John Robert O'Keefe Jr. Lois Mary Osborne Aurelia Padilla Richard Saunders Parr Joanne Elizabeth Paul James L. Perry are not all work , Iii iii' , 'ly A Sl Steven P. Peters Deborah Kay Pfeiffer Danny R. Poll Sue Marie Polomsky William R. Polson Nita Kathleen Pomeroy Larry Kieth Potter Jana Lynn Pownell Gregory Allen Prentice Andy Garcia Ramos Carolyn Sue Rapp Linda Sue Raymer Anilisa Gay Reed Charles Blake Rhodes Linda Kay Rice Douglas Brooks Roberts QATGR ""' 'Ev Seniors find lunch Time Bo. l Bradley Joel Robertson cflw ,Q-H Sylvia Ochoa Rojo YZ? Gary John Roper Dan Carl Rovey I' Susan Kay Rowles 3, Sandra Kay Russel Ricardo Salas Mary Concepion Salinas Paul W. Sampson Janice Sanderson a welcome break Louis Sario Arthur Schmidt John Michael Schuderer Joseph Lopez Serrano Mary Lou Severin Douglas Robert Sexton Joanna Jack Sheets Bonnie Marie Sherman Studenis savor the eleganf cuisine offered by off campus lunches if 4 4-4. --A J' v sv'- fl!! yi Q., M rr' x i I 2' I.,-N , ux'r :J E Ss... 151' 'U bfs .?,,.. N.. A far V K Rebecca Jo Siclinger William Vincent Siek Fransisco G. Silva Garrett William Simpson .,,i Susan Jane Sine Carolyn .lo Smith Deborah Lynn Smith Deborah Kay-Ann Smith uMock Trials" give seniors . s i K IN EG? 3 E Michael J. Smith Judith B. Spychalski Susan Jane Stambaugh Richard Anthony Stewart Shonny Stratton John Frances Sutter Mike Munoz cross-examines Mr. Shaul on the draft during mack trial in Mr. Hutchinsons Civics classes. Cathy Ann Tardy Linda Sue Taylor Dave Templelon Tonni Michelle Tenuta Janet Sue Thacker George T. Thompson Charles Gerald Thompson Pamela Elaine Thompson legal experience Bob Thorpe Carolyn Tinstman Robert V. Thorpe Carolyn M. Tintsman Gary Jack Tolmachoff Sandra L. Tolmachoff .nil A wig! Vera Tolmachoff Thomas Toon Randall J. Tucker Michael Ray Twiss qs.. Jack Tompson Walker Bryan J. Warner Malinda Weekly Bruce Patrick White James E. Wilber Darcy L. Wilfong Edwin C. Wilkerson Adrian Louise Williams f ""V 2 Victor R. Van Tuyl N Sharon Vandergrift Charmel Rae Vietmeier Danny L. Underwood Seniors face future if' .Nw YN . A. 4- Christine Ruth Wimer Shelley Wise f"'337 Patricia Ann Wright Bill Ray Wootan Christopher Garrett Wykott Sonya Zanin David Daniels Michael A. Davis Ll with anxiety -.fu In NX i 'F sl A . . y ff if 5 gf ' jZ 5 "9 X' D D 'WW 1 , 4 . i l M fit, . J R ' .Y 9, ' 'fx i f X 'I . ' -enggj 'sw K ITS' A Arnold Esquirel Alice Griialva Jim Hanks Randy Owens .loe Kelley Debbie Kile Andrew Ramirez Marvin Rose i4 wMJi41ff,ff,w I 4 F. I, , A 351.gif ,, ,.... 4.119 X55 x .y,T5Q gg niggas 5 , W5 ' f 4 N, Q .g , . he ,V,.k V" Sendo Sue Upchurch Sherry Ann Molmgren Linda Joyce Poiferson Lee E. Stevens Jerry Sfinnett Shirley Waters Ada Wcison ff 'Se gh 'him ' ' r I ' -1,--'hfbif'-.' ' .shi m Kenny Billings Jennifer Blackwell Oscar Coronado Mike Croxdole Danny Eldridge Frank Espinoza Tom Evans Chuck Flavell Ruben Garcia Rick Green Gayle Greenwell P' on c,., c , , X. , Q, r- g as I R reiic X M A X11 fy- ,,.,, K -K 'S x , K - f ieer K fe, I y 1 jeff I as V K '21 . W L 111 elm , Qgfl igniv E ' A 4 "fl: ' fi Q 9 s. fag,-g Vx X , 5 i. il 5 ' W If I ' Q Q., ,yi X .f .. ,l fig ,J - l ' ff fi 4 Paul Gyman I I - it " ii 4 l A , c , l Q N R for E 1, Af., Rosie Hanes Q E 3 K x ,W y Vida Harris ,A ' 7- , .- 1' A 'Y--' Robert Hernandez ' -W1 V. ix J f ' 'Q P , X LarVY Hubner V i ' ' P, Wy 3 74 ,, 'P+' .l Keith "' 1 A V .- IjrI'YL X rl ,y xx pe opez if . , N f Rf E: lex' Yi 4 ' 1 R . ,A 'L hs A . gf ,,H - y Gary Lowe V 4 -T ? 'ga ' B gi' +54 V Martin Nielsen K l, J as L .,., . . .i,c fc, . r'fg,1X4g' t Y-If A 1 1 X ' ,arf 2, ' . Allen Nieman -y ' ' .! ' A , Keith Reynolds ' ty X f nf I ' V Robert Rodriquez TX t ' A . -- Y Q fi - R l4.,-i :T Mike Towner ,f ,in .':'X:i.512'l?'-P215 .,y . ,, A, f'i' J V, fe .f 556 Larry Wilson Donna Vis Gail Vogel ACKLEY, PILA TOMILEE5 Thespians 1,25 Science Club 3,45 VIVA 2,35 NHS 45 World History 3,45 Geography Club 3,45 Great Books 35 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Fellowship Club 3,45 IHSBC 45 Model U.N. 45 Anytown 35 Pep Club. ADAIR, MICHAEL J.5 Football 1. AGUAYO, MANUEL AGUILA, JUANITA5 GAA l,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 "Jennie" ambition: engineer or computer program- mer. ALDAMA, LINDA LUCINDA5 GAA 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Girl's League 35 Pep Club 45 "Linda" ambition: Education. ANDERSON, DENNIS R.5 Varsity baseball manager 25 ambition: Service career: military police. ASDELL, WILLIAM LINDLEY5 Latin Club 1,2,35 Ge- ography Club 2,3,45 Great Books 45 Hi-Y 45 Model U.N. 45 Boy's State 35 NHS 3,45 President 45 World History Club 45 Literary Club 25 Student Senate Parliamentarian 45 Outstanding Junior Boy 35 An- nual Staft 45 ambition: corporate lawyer. ASPEITIA, ALICE DIAZ5 C.O.E. 45 Cortez High: GAA 1,25 Spanish Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 "AI" ambi- tion: Airline stewardess. AYRES, GARY GENE5 Lyres Club 3,45 Cabool High tMissouril Band Club 1,25 Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Lettermen's Club 1,25 ambition: Music teacher. BALLESTEROZ, DANIEL RICHARD5 Ambition: Minis- ter. BARRY, PAULLETE MARIE5 Geography 25 German Club 3,45 NHS 3,45 ambition: Computer Program- mer. BATCHELLER, JOHN LAWRENCE5 Cross Country Mrg.5 Football 2,35 Track 45 Photography Club 15 Science Club 15 ambition: Career in the Navy. BAUMGARDER, STEVEN ALAN5 Football l,2,3,45 Baseball I5 Letterman's Club 3,45 "Bum". BELK, JOHN EDMUND5 Baseball 25 Pit Orchestra 35 Advanced Band 1,2,3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Lyres Club 3,4. BENGE, ELLEN LOUISE5 FNA 1,2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 2, President 3, Sec. 45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 German Club 3,45 Fellowship Club 3,45 GAA 1,35 NHS 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,4, Club Editor 3,45 Girls Tennis 15 Anytown 15 ambi- tion: Nursing. BERNAL, JOHN WILLIAM. BEUSTER, ROGER M.5 Baseball 1,25 Hi Y 3,4 Sec 45 ambition: Architect. BLACKBURN, DIANE RUTH5 Usherettes 1,2535 Dance Team 15 ambition: Dance Instructor. BLACKWELL, JENNUFER G.5 DECA 3,4 Treos. 35 "Jennie" ambition: CPA. BONNILLA, GLORIA CARRILLO5 German Club 2,3,4.5 Beg. Band 2,35 Marching Band 45 Fellowship Club 45 Lyres Club 45 GAA 45 Pep Club 45 Advanced Band 1,25 Int. Bond 45 ambition: Beautician or Psy- chologist. BOOTZ, CYNTHIA SUE5 GAA 'l,2,35 Lettergirls 3,45 Hist. 45 Girls League 25 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Vice President 45 Cardinal Hilites 3,4 Page Editor 45 Great Books 45 "Cindy" ambition: Journalist. BORTEL, JEROME LEE5 "Jerry" ambition: Service. BOWERS, FREEMAN LEON5 Int. Band 1,25 Adv. Band 3,45 Pep Band 3,45 DECA 3,45 FFA 15 Lyres Club 3,45 Dance Band 35 Marching Band 2,3,45 "Lee" ambition: Teacher. BRANCH, SANDRA ANN5 "Sandi" ambition: Airline Stewardess. BRAVO, MARY ANN5 German Club l,2,3,45 NHS 3,45 FTA 3,45 Literary Club 35 World History Club 45 ambition: College. BRIMHALL, JOHN5 Track 1,25 Cross Country 1,25 Football 3,45 Lettermons Club 1,2,3,45 500 Mile Club 1,2,3,45 Weightlifting 1,25 ambition: Join CIA. 146 Senior Register BRINK, ROBERT JOSEPH5 Football l,2,3,45 Basket- ball I5 Hi-Y 45 Track 1,2. BROWNING, DANIEL JIMMIE5 Tennis 15 Track 1,25 Cross Country 1,25 Chess Club 15 Great Books Discussion 45 Vocal Music Club 1,25 ambition: Doc- tor ot Medicine. BUNCH, BETSEY LYNN5 ambition: Beautician. BURDEN, BRUCE5 Tennis 3. BURGMANN, BARBARA ANN CABRERA, ELAVA RODRIQUEZ5 Girls League 25 DECA 3,4. CABRERA, IRENE R.5 FHA 25 DECA 3,45 "Nene". CANTELE, TIMOTHY P. CARREON, VIRGINIA V.5 COE 45 ambition: Secre- tary. CARTER, DEBRA JO AN5 Girls' League 25 GAA 35 Journalism 3,45 DECA 35 "Debbie" ambition: Beau- tician. CASTRO, PATRICK G. "Pat". CLARK, SANDRA LYNN5 World Histroy Club 45 "Sandy" ambition: Beautician. CLARK, SUSAN S.5 Fellowship Club 45 Johnson H. School, Tokyo, Japan GAA 15 Band 15 ambition: Nurse. CLAYTON, SHARON LOUISE5 German Club 1,25 GAA 25 DECA 45 ambition: Dental hygienist. COLVIN, JULIA MAE5 Latin Club 3,45 Great Books 45 NHS 3,45 ambition: Veterinary. COMON, DOLORES THERESA5 Great Books 45 Year- book Stott tBorgade Highl 15 "Laurie" ambition: Biologist or Interior Decorator. CONOVER, MARTA KATHLEEN5 Choir 2,3,45 ambi- tion: Get married. CONTES, JAMES N.5 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 3,45 Wrestling 1,2,35 Lettermans Club 2,3, Sec. 35 "Jim". CONWAY, GAYLA RENE'E5 Pom Pon I,2,3,4, Co- Captain 45 GAA l,2,3,45 COE 45 "Foxy Lady" am- bition: Live a Groovy Lite. CONYARD, BARBARA JOANNE5 Thespians 15 Vocal Music 15 Usherettes 1. "Bobbie" ambition: Profes- sional Rider. CONYARD, ROBERT H.5 "Bob" ambition: College. COOK, MICHAEL DAVID5 Cardinal Hilites 1,35 "Mike" ambition: Folk Singing Philosopher. COOK, WANDA JANE5 VMC 'I,2,3,45 Musical 35 ambition: Stenographer. COOPER, SANDRA ANN5 Girls' League 1,2,35 Tri H-Y 45 Latin Club l,2,3,45 German Club 3,45 Usher- ettes 2,3,45 World History 3,45 GAA 15 "Sam" am- bition: Teacher. CORONADO, OSCAR A. JR. CORTEZ, EDWARD R. COTTENS, STEPHEN SAMUEL COULTER, LINDA ELIZABETH5 Girls Tennis I5 GAA 15 "Cricket" ambition: Key Punch Operator. CRAWFORD, THOMAS JAMES5 Basketball 15 Base- ball I5 Chess Club 15 "Poet" ambition: Creative writing teacher. CROSS, MARY LOUISE5 ambition: Private secretary. CROWE, FRANK TERRY5 Football 1,2,35 Track 'I,2,35 Weight Lifting 1,2,3,45 ambition: College. CROXDALE, MICHAEL DAVIS: Frosh "B" Football 15 Varsity Football 45 "AlIstate'l. CUMMINGS, ROBERT BRUCE5 Football I,2,3,45 Weight Lifting 3,45 Science Club 15 Lettermans Club 3,45 "Ronnie" ambition: Go into my tather's busi- ness. D'AGOSTlNO, KATHLEEN MARIE DANIELS, ARDEN RAY5 Football 1,25 Wrestling 15 Track 1,25 Commandants List 2,35 R.O.T.C. 2,35 H Club 15 Colt Club 2,3 tNew Mexico Military Insti- tutel5 ambition: U.S. Army. DANIEL, A. DAVID DAVIDSON, LINDA JANE5 Nickname, Biggi Rat. DAVIS, CONSTANCE JANE5 Band 'I,2,3,45 FTA 3,4, Historian 45 NHS 3,45 Great Books Discussion Group Secretary 4. DAVIS, EDWARD ALLEN DAVIS, MICHAEL A.5 Intermediate Band 15 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 ambi- tion: teacher. DAVIS, THOMAS A.5 Football 1,2,3,45 Thespians 1, 2,3,45 President, 45 Vocal Music Club 3,45 A Cap- pella Madrigal 3,45 Lettermans Club 3,4 Treasurer 35 Winter Musical 1,2,3,45 Optimist of the Month 35 Rotarian of the Month 45 Baseball 15 Hi-Y 3,45 Anytown 1. DECKER, PAMELA MAE5 Thespians 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,25 J.V. Cheerleader 25 ambition: Fashion career. DILLEHAY, JAMES ALDRIDGE5 Student Senate 1,2, 3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track l,2,3,45 Weightlifting 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain: Lettermans Club 3,45 Anytown 25 Bays State 45 Musical 3,45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Ratarian for the Month 45 Student of the Month 35 Nickname, Reverend, DOETZER, JANICE ANN5 Drill Team 1,25 fSouth Hills High, Pittsburgh, PennsyIvanial5 ambition: Beau- tician. DOMINQUEZ, LYDIA M.: GAA 2,45 Pep Club 45 ambition: Beautician. DOYLE, SUSAN ALICE5 Vocal Music Club l,2,3,4, Recorder 45 Musical 35 Ensemble 45 Choir 35 ambi- tion: Teacher. EDWARDS, MARNA LEE5 Great Books 25 Judo 2,35 DECA 3. ELDRIDGE, DANIEL PEIRSON5 Thespians 4. ELLIOT, KENNETH JOSEPH5 Cross Country 15 FFA 3,4. ELMAN, KAREN MARIE: Latin Club 45 "Just Karen" ambition: Vet or Animal nutritionist. ERICKSON, GLENDA MAY5 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Symphonic Bond l,2,3,45 Lyres 3,45 Latin Club 1,2, 3,45 NHS 3,45 Yearbook Staff 45 Musical 35 GAA 1,25 ambition: College. ESCAMILLO, DAVID INQACIO5 Science Club 15 Track 45 ambition: Policeman. ESCUDERO, LEONARD RICO5 Track and Field Man- ager l,2,3,45 Football Manager 3,45 Cardinal Hi- lites5 Cardinal Staff 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Letter- man 3,45 NHS 3,45 VIVA 35 Anytown II 15 NMSQT Letter ot Commendation 45 ambition: Enter politics as minority representative. ESPINOZA, REYNOLDO ALFREDO RIVAS5 Football 15 "Ray" ambition: Business. EVANS, THOMAS W. Ill. FAIR, MARLENE KAY5 Great Books 25 Judo 2,35 DECA 35 German Club 15 "Marlo" ambition: Eng- glish professor. FARNUM, LINDA KLARA5 Kubasaki High lOkinawal5 Slove Day 15 Central High lCoIorodol Bowling Club 25 Slave Day 35 "Moose" ambition: Commercial ar- tist. FIGUEROA, FRANCES OSUNA5 "Fran" ambition: Office worker. FLAVELL, CHARLES THOMAS: Baseball 1,2. FLICK, TERESA RAE5 1,2,3,4. FLINT, PHILLIP E. FLOM, HAROLD ARTHUR5 Geography Club 25 Thes- pians l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Judo Club 2,3,4, President 45 Football 1,2,35 Fellowship Club 45 Vocal Music 45 Great Books 45 ambition: Sociologist. FOGELSON, DANIEL PATRICK5 Radio Club 1,45 Chess Club 2,3,45 State Tournament 2,3,45 Vice-Pres- ident 35 President 45 "Dan" ambition: Millionaire. FORD, DEBRA LEE5 GAA 1,25 Girl's League 15 Vo- cal Music 1,2,3,45 Geography Club 25 "Debe" am- bitiori: Dental assistant. 'Emacs' iiilibziouiss- oSff:2ftel:If1'TQifibiiiom Dental alssistant. I I FRANZMEIER, LINDA JEAN5 Girl's League 2,3,45 FHA 25 Russian Club 3,45 "Jeane" ambition: Air- line Stewardess. FREDERICK, SHERMAN RICHARDSON5 Basketball 15 Tennis 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 FBLA 2, Treasurer 25 German Club 2,3,45 President 45 Hi-Y 45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 World History Club 3,45 "Sherm" ambi- tion: Live the Lord. FURREY, NANCY JEAN5 GAA 15 Girl's League 25 Newspaper Stott 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3:45 ambi- tion: Journalism teacher. GABRIEL, BLAS MALDONADO5 DECA 3,45 Vocal Music 2,35 ambition: to become a great salesman. GALLEGOS, REBECCA5 Girl's League 4. GARCIA, ELIZABETH SANCHEZ MAPY5 Great Books 35 Fellowship Club 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 GAA 2,45 FNA 45 FHA 45 Chorus 15 "Gumby" ambition: Nurse or Model. GARCIA, FLORENCIO FEDERICO5 Track 1,25 Foot- ball 1,25 "Larry" ambition: Draftsmen or artist. GARCIA, JOHN S., JR.5 Football 4. GARCIA, KATHLEEN MARY5 "Kathy" ambition: Key Punch operator. GARCIA, OLGA5 Geography Club 15 Spanish Club 3,45 ambition: Computing. GARCIA, RUBEN BARRERA GILL, LEROY5 Tennis 1. GILKERSON, BRIAN CRAIG5 ambition: Mechanic. GILMAN, JANE E.5 NHS 3,45 Future Nurses 1,2,3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Geography Club 2,35 FHA 2,35 World History Club 3,4, Treas- urer 45 Great Books 45 Tennis 15 GAA 3,45 ambi- tion: Nurse. GOMEZ, BLORIA ELOISE5 1,2,3,4, GONZALES, FRANK J.5 ICE 45 Symphonic Band 3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Pep Band5 Marching Band 3,45 Baseball 1,25 Lyres Club 3,45 VICA 45 Geog- raphy Club 25 ambition: Join the Naval School of Music. GONZALES, SEVERO B., JR.5 1,2,3,4. GRACE, GERALD JOSEPH, JR.5 "Jerry" ambition: Get rich and grow my hair long as I want. GRANTHUM, DAVID HASCHAL5 Football 15 Tennis 15 Baseball I5 Marching Band 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Pep Bond 3,45 VICA 45 Lyres Club 45 "Dave" ambition: Criminology5 get rich. GREEN, RICHARD PAUL5 "Rick" ambition: Stock Car racer. GREENWELL, GAYLE ROSE MARY5 Freshman Tennis 15 Latin Club 3. GUTIERREZ, PETER LOUIS5 ICE 45 ambition: Archi- tect. HACKETT, MAUREEN ELIZABETH5 Cardinal Hi-Lites 3,4 Assistant Editor 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Pom Pon Man- ager 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Publications Work- shop 45 Great Books Discussion 45 Student Senate 45 "Moe" ambition: Journalism. HANKS, JAMES LEWIS, JR.5 Baseball 25 Band 1,2,3. HANES, ROSALINDA SAMORA5 DECA 3,45 "Rosie" ambition: Saleslady. HANSON, MARY JANE5 ambition: Race car driver. HARCQ, KATHY JO5 Usherettes 1,2,35 Girl's League 25 VICA 45 "Bucky" ambition: Dental assistant. HARDMAN, JAMES R., JR.5 Symphonic, Marching, Pep, Dance Band 1,2,35 Varsity Baseball Manager 1,25 Football 15 Geography Club 25 Photographer 15 ambition: Policeman. Senior Register HARRIS, VIDA N.5 FNA 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 45 ambition: Nurse. HART, SHARON LEE5 GAA I5 "Red" ambition: Hair dresser. HAVNER, GLORADINE5 FHA 1,2,35 GAA 1,2. HERRERA, DAVID THOMAS, JR.5 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 2,35 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Football Manager 45 FBLA 1,25 Science Club 15 Hi-Y 45 World History Club 3,45 ambition: To see the world. HICKS, STANLEY RAY HILL, MITCHELL D.5 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Track 15 "Mitch", HINES, THOMAS J.5 FBLA 15 "Tom" ambition: Min- ister. HINKEL, MARY LOU HOEHN, MARGOT FARRELL5 Vocal Music 1,2,3,45 President 45 Ensemble 2,3,45 All-State Choir 2,3,45 Outstanding Girl in Vocal Music 1,2,35 "Peggy" ambition: Junior college choir director. HOGG, SALLY JEAN5 Chorus 25 DECA 35 Speech Club 45 "Goo-Goo" ambition: Airline Stewardess. HOLLOBAUGH, JAMES FREDERICK5 FBLA 1,25 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Track 45 Radio Club 45 "Fred" ambition: to live day by day. HORST, SUSAN MARIE5 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Social Director 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 GAA 45 Cardinal Hi-Lites 3,45 FOMA 2,3,45 Publications Workshop 4. HOUCK, PHILIP CARL5 Latin Club 1,2,45 Marching Band 1,2,35 Concert Band 1,2,35 Geography Club 2,35 Hi-Y 45 Great Books 45 Pep Club 1,2,35 Judo Club 2,35 ambition: Astronautical engineer. HUGH, MARGERY HELEN, Pom Pon 2,45 GAA 1,2, 3,45 Lettergirls 45 Pep Club 45 ambition: Archeologist or Historian. HUGHES, TERRY CHARLES HUNT, GLORIA JEAN: Choir and Vocal Music Club 1,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Drama 45 Science Club 15 Musical 35 "Jean" ambition: Interior decorator. HUNT, LARRY A. HUBNER, LARRY MARTIN5 Football 45 lEats Anka- rage High, Ankorage, Alaskal Football 35 Chess Club 2,35 Swim Club 25 "Eskimo" ambition: Forestry and wildlife. IRWIN, JAMES PAUL JACOBS, KENNETH PAUL5 ambition: Pro football player. JA H N K E, DONN . MICHAEL5 C.O.E.5 Nickname, Thumbs. JARREL, CHRISTINE ANN5 Band 15 GAA 15 Fall Play 25 FTA 3 Vice President 35 Literary Club 3,4 Vice President 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Newspaper 35 Panoply 3,45 Nickname, Cookie. JOCEWICZ, MICHELE RENEE5 Bookstore Clerk 1,2, 3,45 FTA 25 Latin Club 2,35 German Club 3,45 VIVA 2,35 ambition: Psychologist with mentally retarded children. JOHNSON, CHERYL LYNN5 Vocal Music. JOHNSON, JAMES MICHAEL5 Track 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Lettermans Club 3,45 Weight Training 1,2,3,45 Nickname, Jimbo. JOJOLA, ROBERT5 Football. JONES, JOHNA MAE5 Chorus 3,45 GAA 15 ambi- tion: Teacher. JOSLIN, SHERRI L.5 German Club 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Geography Club 4. JUSTICE, RHONDA SUSAN5 GAA5 ambition: to be happy. KELLEY, JOE DAVID5 Track and Field 1,25 Weight Lifting 1,25 "Joe" ambition: to have a good time. KENT, TERRY JANE5 Vocal Music 35 GAA 3,45 Ten- nis 3,4 lForest Park High, Georgial VMC 25 Span- ish Club 15 Drama Club 1,25 Art Club 25 "T.J." ambition: to be successful in all I do. KESTEN, ETHEL MARY5 GAA 15 Fall Play 35 Spring Play 35 Cardinal Hi-Lites 3,45 Reporter 3, Exchange and Circulation Editor 4. KESTEN, JOYCE E.5 GAA 1. KILE, DEBORAH A.5 GAA 15 ambition: to be happy. KNUDSEN, DONALD WYATT5 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,45 Track 35 Letter- mans Club 2,3,45 German Club 2,45 Weight Train- ing 2,3,45 "Don" ambition: Coach. KNUTSON, SHERYL ELAINE5 ambition: Missionary. KON, LEANN5 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Anytown 25 am- bition: to know lite. KRESS, EDWARD J., JR.5 Football I5 "Ed". LANDESS, BARBARA GAIL5 Future Homemakers 15 "Barby" ambition: Business School. LANE, REBECCA GAIL5 Tennis 15 Usherettes 1,2,35 "Becky" ambition: Airline stewardess or Interior decorator. LEE, JAMES PHILIP LENTZ, MICHALINE5 Great Books CPres.J 45 Latin Club 25 Literary Club lSec.l 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Thespians 3,45 Vocal Music Club 2,35 World His- tory 2,3,45 "Mike" ambition: to stand up perfectly straight and not look down on anybody. LESLIE, CARLA BETH5 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Sports Leader lTennisJ 45 ambition: P.E. teacher. LEUSER, BARTON JAIME5 Newspaper Reporter 25 Newspaper Page Editor 35 Newspaper Editor in Chief 45 Quill and Scroll 3,4 President 45 Optimist of the Month 35 Student at the Month 45 Publica- tions Workshop 3,45 Great Books Discussion Group5 8-20 Correspondent5 Yearbook Staff 3,45 ambition: go into advertising. LEWIS, MICHAEL J.5 Basketball Manager 1. LINARES, STEVEN GONZALES LINCOLN, KONRAD EDWIN5 FFA '35 ambition: be a good guy. LINS, DANA RITA5 National Honor Society 3,4: lOut ot State High School Activitiesl Drama Club 1,25 Newspaper Staff 1,25 ambition: be a lawyer. LLOYD, ERIC DEAN5 Class President 45 NHS 3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 Football 15 Spanish Club 2,35 ambi- tion: be an engineer. LOPEZ, CARLOS P.5 Football 1,25 Cross Country 2,35 Track 1,25 Weight Training 1. LOPEZ, FRANK LOPEZ5 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Lettermans Club 2,3,45 Track 35 Weight Training 1,2,3. LOPEZ, LUPE M.5 Football 15 Basketball 1. LOPRESTO, CHARLES JOSEPH5 Hi-Y 45 Associate Editor Yearbook 45 Fellowship Club 3,45 German Club 3,45 World History Club 45 Anytown I5 Pub- lications Workshop 45 Literary Club 3,4, President 3: ambition: Architecture. LOVEJOY, ROBIN LEE LOWE, GARY SHERMAN5 Tennis 1,2,35 DECA 35 Baseball 15 Newspaper Staff 45 ambition: Elec- tronics. LOWE, JERRY A.5 DECA 35 Tennis 15 Baseball 2,3,4i Newspaper Staff 3,45 ambition: Political science. LUNNON, JOY ELIZABETH5 GAA 15 Thespians 45 ambition: Housewife. LUNN, STEPHEN PETER5 Football 45 Track 45 Hi-Y 45 AFS 45 Lettermans Club 45 Student Senate 45 "Steve" ambition: Lawyer. LUNDEEN, NANCY ELLEN5 GAA 35 ambition: Sec- retory or Teacher. LUNDBERG, RICHARD A.5 Football 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4: Hi-Y 3,45 Student of the Month 35 Lettermans Club 2,3,45 ambition: Physical Education Coach. LUNDBERG, KAREN ANN5 Musical 35 ambition: Fashion Career. LUJAN, TERESA ANN5 GAA 1,2,35 "Terry". McCORMlCK, DALE LEE5 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Letterman's Club 1, 2,3,4 Vice Pres. 45 Tennis 3,45 Track 15 Basketball 15 All-District Track 15 ambition: Professional base- ball player. MCDAVID, WILLIAM EARL5 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3545 Dance Band 2,3545 German Club 3,45 Marching Band 2,3545 Lyres Club 2,3,45 "BilI". MCGEE, THOMAS FREDERICK5 Chess Club 2,3,45 Thespians 45 "Tom" ambition: Advertising agent. McGlLVRA, TIMOTHY GORDON5 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Football 25 Class President 35 Student Body Treas. 45 Anytown 35 Student of the Month 35 Cardinal Court 45 "Tim". McPHERSON, DANNY ROSS5 Lyres Club 253,45 "Mac" ambition: Policeman. MACIAS, LOUIE HUIZAR5 "Big L" ambition: Col- lege and Marriage. MAGDALENO, GUMERCINDA5 "Cindy" ambition: Secretary. MAHLE, SHARON R.5 GAA 35 Geography Club 25 "Shar" ambition: Dental Assistant. MALMGREN, SHERRY ANN5 Intermediate Band 15 Symphonic Band 1,25 GAA 1,25 Dance Band 25 Pit Band 25 Marfhing Band 1,25 NHS 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Pep Club 45 Latin Club Pres. 45 Anytown 15 Great Books 45 ambition: Data Processing and Moth. MANCE, Spanish Club 45 Pep Club 45 "Sandi" ambition: Elementary teacher. MARQUEZ, STEPHAN H.5 Football 1,2,35 Weight- lifting 1,25 Basketball 15 ambition: President of the USA. MARR, PAMELA LYNNE5 Student Body President 45 Student Body Vice President 35 Student Senate 1,25 National Leadership Conference 45 Anytown 25 Girls State 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 German Club 1,25 World History Club 45 Student of the Month 35 Optimist ot the Month 35 Great Books 45 Pep Club 45 "Pam" ambition: Full time Christian work. MARTINEZ, ARMENA 0.5 GAA 25 Girls League 35 "Minia" ambition: Travel. MARTINEZ, IGNACIO O. MARUSA, JAMES M.5 "Jim" ambition: Business. MATTHEWS, MARSHALL STEVEN5 Football 1-45 Base- ball 1,2,3,45 Lettermans Club 45 ambition: Physi- cal education teacher. MECEY, SAMUEL JAMES MEDLYN, KRAIG M. MEINEN, CAROLYN JEAN5 "Carol" ambition: Be a Hippie. MERKER, CHERYL ANN5 Literary Club 3,45 Chorus 3,45 ambition: Secretary. MEYERS, JUDITH M.5 Usherettes 25 "Judi" ambi- tion: Secretary. MILLER, GARY ALLEN5 Fall Plays 2,35 ICE 45 VICA 45 Musical 35 ambition: Diesel Mechanic. SANDRA JO5 FTA 3,45 Usherettes 3,45 MILLER, MARTHA ASTRID5 FNA Sec. 3, Pres. 45 Latin Club 45 Chorus 15 ambition: Nurse. MILLER, MONETTE RUTH5 Spanish Club 3,45 GAA 1,35 "Mo" ambition: to bring the world new edu- cation. MILLER, ROSILYN ARLEEN5 GAA 15 FTA 2,3,4 Sec. 2, Vice President 3, President 45 Geography Club 35 Fellowship Club 35 NHS 3,45 World History Club 45 Great Books 45 ambition: High School Teacher. MILLER, THOMAS5 Anytown 15 NHS 3,45 Geography Club 3,45 Chess Club 45 Spanish Club 3,45 "Tom" ambition: CPA. MILNES, LINDA M'ARIE5 GAA 1,3545 Russian Club 1,3,45 Geography Club 25 Girls League 1,25 Fall Play 25 Pep Club 45 Lettergirls 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 am- bition: Law. 48 Senior Register MIYAUCHI, DIANE K.5 GAA 1,2,3,4, Social Chair- man 3, Vice President 45 Lettergirls 3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Publications Workshop 45 Newspaper Staff 3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 NHS 3,45 Anytown 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Spanish Club 2,45 Stu- dent Senate 45 ambition: College. MOORE, CONNIE J.5 Usherettes 2,35 ambition: Nurse. MORCOMB, EDWIN MAX5 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Science Club 25 Spanish Club 2,35 NHS 3,45 Great Books 45 German Club 4. MORENNO, LUPIDA URBANO5 GAA 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 ambition: Nurse. MOTOYOSHI, KAREN5 GAA 1,2,35 Hlst. 3, Social Chairman 45 NHS 3,45 Lettergirls 3,45 Student Sen- ate 1,2,3,4 Corresponding Sec. 45 Pom Pon 2,3,45 Anytown 15 Student at the Month 3,45 Yearbook 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Girls League 25 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2,3,4. MUNOZ, MICHAEL AL5 Football 3,45 Basketball 35 Baseball 2,3545 Lettermans Club 2,3,4, President 45 Hi-Y 35 Weightlifting 1,2,3,4. MURPHY, PATRICIA ANN5 Student Senate 2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4: Class Sec. 45 NHS 3,4 Program Di- rector 45 Student of the Month 35 Lettergirls 45 Sportsleader 35 Yearbook Stott 45 Pep Club 45 "Tricia" ambition: Dental Hygienist. MUTCHMORE, NANCY MARIE5 Student Senate 1, 3545 Class Treas. 153,45 GAA l,2,3545 Pom Pon 2,3,4 Co-Captain 45 Pep Club 45 NHS 3,45 Girls State 35 Student of the Month 35 Sports Leader 45 Let- tergirls 45 ambition: Teacher. MYERS, NORMA JEAN5 GAA 1,25 DECA 35 "Dinni" ambition: Go to College. NAUGLE, GUY EUGENE NICKELL, MATT KERRY5 Football 1,2,35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball I,2. NIELSEN, MARTIN ALBERT5 Track 15 "Marty". NIELSEN, MERLIN FLOYD5 FHA 1,2,35 "Meri" qm- bition: Contractor. NIEMAN, ALLEN RAY: Basketball 15 Cross Country 15 VICA 45 ambition: Have a Ball in Lite. NASSAMAN, MARCIA K.5 Maiorette 45 Ensemble 45 Thespians 45 Speech Club 45 Concert Bancl 3,45 Ly- res Club 4. NUNEZ, GEORGE FRANCO5 Cross Country 3545 Football 1. NUNEZ, YVONNE MICHELLE O'BRIEN, JEFFREY L.5 Football 152,3,45 Basketball 15 Hi-Y 45 Lettermens Club 45 "Jett" ambition: Get as Much Out ot Life as Possible. O'KEEFE, JOHN ROBERT, JR.5 Chess Club 25 World History Club 35 Cardinal Hi-Liles 35 DECA 3,45 ambition: Commercial Artist. OLIVAREZ, ROY M. OSBORNE, LOIS MARY5 GAA 45 Pep Club 4. OWENS5 RANDALL K. PABST, CAROLYN ALICE5 DECA 3,45 FHA 35 "Coco" ambition: Kindergarten teacher. PADILLA, AURELIA CARDENAS5 DECA 1,25 ambi- bition: Clerical work. PARR, RICHARD SAUNDERS5 Football I,2. PATTERSON, LINDA JOYCE5 Class Vice President 1,2,3,45 Student Senate 15253545 GAA 1,2,3,45 Span- ish Club 15 Pep Club 45 Pom Pon 2,3545 Lettergirls 45 Student of the Month 35 "Jo". PAUL, JOANNE ELIZABETH5 Thespians 15 DECA 1,25 "Jo" ambition: Airline Stewardess. PERRY, JAMES L.5 Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 4. "Jim". PETERS, STEVEN5 Track 15 Basketball 1,2,35 Bose- ball 25 Hi-Y 3,45 Vice Pres. 45 World History Club 3,45 "Steve" ambition: Forest Ranger. PFEIFFER, DEBORAH KAY5 Usherettes 1. POFF, DANNY R.5 Baseball 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Football 4. POLOMSKY5 SUE MARIE5 DECA I5 ambition: Airline Stewarcless. POLSON, WILLIAM R. POMMEROY5 NITA KATHLENE5 Yearbook 45 Great Books 45 CAmphitheatre High, Tucsonl Yearbook, Panther Trails 25 ambition: Teacher-French or Mu- sic5 or probation officer. POPOFF, MORRIS PAUL5 Football 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. PORRAS, GLORIA RAMIREZ5 Spanish Club 3,45 "Glori" ambition: Commercial Artist or Business Administration. POTTER, LARRY KIETH5 Football 15 Track 25 Judo 2,35 "Lion" ambition: Chemist. POWNELL5 JANA LYNN5 Pep Club 45 GAA 45 Thespians 45 Speech Club 45 fNew Hanover High Activitiesl JV Cheerleader 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 GAA 2: ROTC Sponsor 2. PRENTICE, GREGORY ALLEN5 Football 15 Journal- ism 3545 ambition: Sports announcer or History teacher. PRIOR, GARU DENNIS5 Chess Club 25 Radio Club 45 ambition: Stay Alivel RAMIREZ, ANDREW SOLIS5 Baseball I5 Basketball 1,25 "Andy" ambition: Bookkeeper and Accountant. RAMIREZ, MARY ELLEN5 ambition: Typist. RAMOS, ANDY GARCIA5 Baseball 15 Track 2,35 FFA 35 Judo 25 ambition: Artist. RAPP, CAROLYN SUE5 FNA 15 DECA 3,45 Recorder 45 ambition: Nurse. RAYMER, LINDA SUE5 Pom Pon 45 Cardinal Hi- Lites 3,45 Tennis 35 Tri Hi-Y 45 GAA 2,3,4, Sports Leader 45 Pep Club 45 ambition: Mass Communica- tions. REED, ANILISA GAY5 Musical 15 VMC 1,2,3,45 GAA 15 Symphonic Choir 3,45 "Lisa" ambition: Teacher. REYNOLDS, KEITH ALLEN5 NHS 3,45 VIVA 2,35 am- bition: Airline Pilot. RHODES, CHARLES BLAKE5 Track 25 fCortez Highl Basketball 1: Student Council 1. RICE, LINDA KAY5 Usherettes 25 Latin Club 1. RIED, DONNA JEAN5 GAA 15 Girls League 1,2,3,45 "D.J." ambition: Housewife. ROBERTS, DOUGLAS BROOKS5 Great Books 45 Geography Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Boy's State 45 "Doug" ambition: Automotive engineer. ROBERTSON, BRADLEY JOEL5 Science Club 15 Ger- man Club 3,45 Cardinal Hi-Lites 3,45 ambition: Jour- nolist.. ROCHE, PENNY M.5 GAA 1. RODRIQUEZ5 ROBERT LOPEZ: Football 1,25 Track 1,2,45 "Tito". ROJO, SYLVIA OCHOA5 COE 45 "SEI" ambition: Marine Corps tor Women. ROPER, GARY JOHN5 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Hi-Y 3,45 NHS 3,45 Anytown 45 Weight Train- ing 1,2,3,45 Lettermans Club 3,45 ambition: Hove Fun! ROSE, MARVIN LEE5 Wrestling 35 fAlhambra Highl Wrestling 15 Football 1. Ambition: Air Force Offi- cer or Pilot. ROVEY, DAN CARL5 Football 15 Track I5 FFA l,2, 3,45 Sec. 2,3, Pres. 45 Harvest King 35 National FFA Convention Representative 4, Judging Teams 152,3,45 "Dan" ambition: Agriculture. ROWLES, SUSAN KAY lwashington Highl GAA 15 "Suzy Q" ambition: Secretary, RUSSELL, SANDRA KAY5 COE 4. SALAS, RICARDO5 Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 "Rick" ambition: Long Life. SALINAS, MARY CONCEPION5 "Connie" ambition: Teacher. SALMON, WILLIAM MAURICE5 Wrestling 45 "Bill" ambition: Auto Mechanic. SAMPSON, PAUL W.5 FFA 1,2,3,4 Vice President 45 Harvest King 4. SANDERSON, JANIS5 GAA 1,25 Girls League 1,2,35 Usherettes 1,25 FTA 1,25 FNA 1,2,3,4 Treas. 2,3,45 VMC l,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 45 Thespians 45 Musicals 2,3,45 Fall Play Student Director 45 ambition: Teacher. SANTA CRUZ, JOSE ANGEL5 Football 1,25 Weight Lifting 1,25 Wrestling 25 Ambition: To be a Great- Great Grandfather. SARIO, LOUIS5 Football 1,2,3,45 Track I,2,3,45 Car- dinal Court5 ambition: Technician. SCHMIDT, ARTHUR5 Football 1,25 German Club 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,35 "Art" ambition: Engi- neer. SCHUDERER, JOHN MICHAEL5 FBLA 15 Russian Club 25 Judio 35 ambition: Computer Programmer. SERRANO, JOE LOPEZ5 Baseball I,2,3,45 "Joey" ambition: Artist. SEVERIN, MARY LOU5 German Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 FTA 45 Thespians 45 ambition: Teacher. SEXTON, DOUGLAS ROBERT5 Football 1,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 2,3,45 Track 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4 Pres. 45 Letter- mans Club 3,45 Student of the Month 3,45 AFS Brother 45 "Doug" ambition: Architect. SHEETS, JOANNE JACK5 GAA 1,2,3,4 Sec. 45 Let- tergirls 4 Sec. 45 Girls League 2,35 Spanish Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 45 NHS 3,45 ambition: Primary Teacher. SHERMAN, BONNIE5 Class of 1969 Historian 3,45 Spanish Club 3 Treas. 35 GAA 4 Pres. 45 Tri Hi-Y 45 Student Senate 3,45 GAA 35 Fellowship Club 35 AFS Exchange Student 35 Girls League 2,35 Student of the Month 3,45 ambition: Travel? SIDINGER, REBECCA JO5 Fall Play 3,45 Musical 35 Junior Achievement 45 ambition: A Career in Drama- tics. SIEK, WILLIAM VINCENT5 Thespians 3,45 Plays 3,45 Track 1,25 Geography Club 35 Literacy Club 35 Ra- dio Club 4. SILVA, FRANSICO GONZALEZ5 Symphonic Band 1,2,3,45 Marching Band I,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Stage and Dance Band 3,45 FBLA I5-ambition: Music Teacher. SINE, SUSAN JANE5 Spanish Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 GAA 1,25 Lettergirls 3,45 Girl's League 25 Tri Hi Y 45 Great Books 45 ambition: High School Teacher. SIMPSON, GARRETT WILLIAM5 Yearbook Staff 3,4 Editor in Chief 45 AIPA Publications Workshop 45 German Club 1,2,35 Cardinal Hi Lites 3,4 Photog- raphy Editor 45 Literary Club 35 Great Books 4 Treas. 45 Quill and Scroll 3,4 Vice President 45 8:20 45 "Gary" ambition: Secretary of State in the Smith Administration. SMITH, CAROLYN JO5 "Josie" ambition: Housewife. SMITH, CAROLYN SUE SMITH, DEBRA KAY-ANN5 NHS 3,45 Nurses Assist- ant 2,3,45 "Debbie". SMITH, DEBORAH LYNN5 FNA 25 Girls League 25 GAA 25 Usherettes 2,35 COE 45 "Debbe" ambi- tion: Stenographer. SMITH, MICHAEL J.5 Student Senate 3,45 Boys' State 35 World History Club 3,4 Pres. 45 NHS 45 Geography Club 25 "Mike" ambition: President of the United States. SPYCHALSKI, JUDITH B.5 Thespians 45 World His- tory Club 45 Speech Club 45 ambition: Commer- cial Artist. STAMBAUGH, SUSAN JANE5 Thespians I,2,3,45 Chorus I,2,3,45 Literary Club 3,45 Great Books 45 Musical 25 NHS 3,45 ambition: History Teacher. 1 Senior Register STEELE, SUSAN KAYE5 Great Books 45 "Rusty" am- bition: Ranching. STEVENS, LEE E.5 Symphonic Choir 45 Thespians 45 Great Books 4 Vice President 45 VMC 4 Musicals 3,45 Fall Play 45 "Florida" ambition: Theatric Arts. STEWART, RICHARD ANTHONY5 Fellowship Club 3,4 Pres. 35 Yearbook Staff 3,45 World History Club 3,4 Vice President 35 Newspaper Staff 3,45 NHS 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Model UN 3,45 Ger- man Club 2,3,45 Chess Club 25 Literary Club 35 Panoply Editor 2,35 Track 2,35 Thespians 45 Tennis 25 Anytown 35 Geography Club 35 Publications Workshop 45 "Rick" ambition: Military Officer. STINNETT, JERRY A. SUTTER, JOHN FRANCES5 Geography Club 3,45 Literary Club 35 Chess Club 4. TARDY, CATHY5 GAA 1,2,3,45 Sr. Class Represen- tative 45 Girls League I,2,3 Vice President 35 Ush- erettes 1,2,3,4 Treas. 35 Pep Club 4, President 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Chaplain 45 "Cat" ambition: To be Suc- cessful in Life. TATLOR, LINDA SUE5 GAA I,2,3,45 ambition: Sec- retary. TEMPLETON, DAVE5 Track 1,25 Football I,2. TENUTA, TONNI MICHELE5 Student Senate 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader JV 8- Varsity 2,3,45 GAA I,2,3,45 Corr. Sec. 35 Lettergirls 3,4 Vice President 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 45 NHS 3,45 Spanish Club 3,4 FFA Sweetheart Attendant 45 Harvest Queen, Homecoming Attendant, Cardinal Court5 World History Club 45 "Mr. Chips". THACKER, JANET SUE5 "Jan" ambition: Model. THOMPSON, CHARLES GERALD5 Cross Country 2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Football 15 NHS 3,4. THOMPSON, GEORGE TERRANCE5 Cross Country 2,3,45 Football 1,35 Track 1,3,45 Lettermans Club 2,45 500 Mile Club 2,3,45 Ambition: PE teacher or Auto Mechanic. THOMPSON, PAMELA ELAINE5 Usherettes 15 "Pam" ambition: Secretary. THORPE, ROBERT VICTOR5 Boys Chorus 15 Sym- phonic Choir 15 Ensemble 15 COE 45 "Bob", TINTSMAN, CAROLYN MARGARET5 NHS 3,45 VIVA 35 FHA 1,2,35 Geography Club 2,35 Fellowship Club 3,45 Science Club 35 Latin Club 25 VMC I5 "Carol" ambition: Housewife. TIPTON, DOLORES KAY5 GAA I5 "Kay" ambition: Homemaker. TOLMACHOFF, GARY JACK: Football l,2,3,4 Co- Captain 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Weight Lifting 1, 2,3,45 All Conference Tackle 25 All State Middle Linebacker 3,45 Football Outstanding Defensive Player 25 Class President 1,25 Student Senate 1,25 Russian Club 1,2,3,4 President 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 FFA 3,45 Student of the Month 35 Lettermans Club 2,3,4 Sgt. at Arms 45 Anytown I5 Fellowship Club 45 am- bition: Animal Nutritionist. TOLMACHOFF, SANDRA L.5 GAA 1,25 Girls League 35 Russian Club 3,45 "Sandy" ambition: Interior Decorator. TOLMACHOFF, VERA5 Student Senate 1,2,3,45 Slu- dent Body Sec. 45 Class Sec. 35 Anytown 25 GAA 1,2,3,4 Sportsleader 45 Lettergirls 45 Pep Club 45 Sweetheart 3 FFA Sweetheart 45 Homecoming Queen5 Cardinal Court Queen5 NHS 3,45 ambi- tion: Teacher. TOON, THOMAS JOSEPH TOWNER, MICHAEL TUALLA, BENIDICTO G.5 "Bennie" ambition: Min- ister. TUCKER, RANDALL J.5 "Randy" ambition: English Teacher lSomedayl. TURNER, ALLAN GORDON5 Band I,2,3,45 Sym- cian. phanic Choir 3,45 Inst. Music 25 ambition: Musi- TWISS, MICHAEL RAY5 Russian Club 35 FTA 45 "Mike" ambition: Personal Advisor, UNDERWOOD, DANNY L.5 Wrestling 2,3,45 Base- ball I,2,3,45 Football 25 Cross Country 45 Weight- lifting 25 Judo 2, State Champion 120 lbs.5 "Gunky" ambition: Pro Ball or Pro Coach. UPCHURCH, SENDA SUE5 Usherettes 35 Girls League I5 ambition: Beautician. VANDERGRIFT, SHARON5 GAA 1,35 Girls League I5 COE 45 ambition: Secretary. VAN TUYL, VICTOR R.5 "Vic" ambition: Forestry or Agriculture. VARELLA, DENNIS G. VIETMEIER, CHARMEL RAE5 GAA 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,35 FHA 45 Lettergirls 45 ambition: Dental As- sistant. VIS, DONNA PATRICIA5 DECA 35 ICE 4. WALKER, JACK TOMPSON5 FFA 1,25 ambition: Vo- Ag Teacher. WARNER, BRYAN J.5 Football 1,25 Track I5 ambi- tion: Architect. WATANABE, SUSAN YOKO5 GAA 1,2,3,4 Sports- leader 45 Girls League 15 Quill and Scroll 4 Treas. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Sec. 45 Cardinal Hi Lites 3,4 Page Editor 45 Anytown 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Pep Club 45 ambition: Teacher. WATTERS, CHESTER LEE WATERS, SHIRLEY ANN5 COE 45 ambition: Secre- tary. WATSON ADA M.5 ICE 4. WATTS, DAVID W. WEEKLY, MALINDA A.5 Chorus 3,45 ambition: House- wife. WEINTRAUB, JAYNE5 Usherettes 2,35 Girls League 25 ambition: Pharmacist. WALKER, DAVID MICHAEL WHITE, BRUCE PATRICK5 Hi-Y 3,45 NHS 3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Stage Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Geography Club 25 Model UN 45 Stu- dent of the Month 35 ambition: Engineer. WILFONG, DARCY L.5 Fellowship Club 45 Pep Club 45 "Donnie" ambition: Get Married. WILKERSON, EDWIN C.5 Basketball 1,25 Baseball I,2,3,45 ambition: Ga to College. WILKENSON, SANDRA LOUISE5 GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 VMC 2,3,45 Plays and Musicals 2,3,45 Thes- pians 3,45 Posture Pageant Queen 45 Choir 3,45 FHA Fashion Show 45 "Sandi" ambition: Top Model 8- Television. WILLIAMS, ADRIAN LOUISE5 ambition: Airline Stew- ardess . . . Meet lots of people. WILLIAMS, REX HAROLD5 Track 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Football I5 ambition: Be a coach. Go to the Olympics. WILSON, LARRY TRENT5 Football 1,25 Weightlift- ing I5 FHA 3,45 Baseball 25 ambition: MD. Gen- eral Practice. WILSON, MARY ELLEN5 VMC 45 DECA 3. WIMER, CHRISTINE RUTH5 GAA 1,2,45 German Club 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 VMC 1,2545 Pep Club 45 "Chris" ambition: Give the Teachers a Chance. WOLFE, MARIA JOYCE5 GAA I. WOOD, CHARLES LAMONT, JR.5 VMC 45 "Chuck" ambition: Draftsman. WOOTAN, BILL RAY5 Weightlifting 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,45 VICA 4 Vice President 45 Great Books 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Chess Club 3. WYKOFF, CHRISTOPHER GARRETT5 German Club 1,2,35 Literary Club 35 Yearbook Staff 4, Head Photographer 45 Great Books 45 Newspaper Pho- tographer 45 AIPA Publications Workshop 45 8:20 45 Quill and Scroll 45 "Chris" ambition: Radio T.V. Electronics. 95.53 M 'ln A Year iff? 51,1 In 1" 4 u-1.....L. . K, Mr, ?ggL5.r.'-. 4 .1 1 1, , , y , , i 1 w , f in the Life . . . r , , . ' r Ml ... ..,- .,,,,,.k-, ,V V A., , Q J, K 'Q Q if1'riS?4f ef a , 7 A '51 ' 'Q Q " -' ' E . ., ,t , -Q if f K- k k 4 - t XXI, ,mfg ,Q 55 ., .x ' ' Q14 H fu HQJZS F551 FH' . X Q ,X ., 11. 'Q ,mx ww 5 an hug. I .. s in ' k""Nf,f.1 ,-4'-. 5 ,Sym The Junior class officers for 1969 are: Cindy Jacobs, Sec., Jim Dyer, Pres.g Lou Ann Bayless, V.P.y Eric Wager, Treas., and Jeannie Hooks, Hist. Junior Class Officers The Junior class has been very active this year. They have excelled in academics, sports and in other extra curricular activities keeping up with the tradition of Glendale High. In order to finance the Junior-Senior Prom in the Spring, the class of '70 ran the concession stands during the football and basketball seasons. Everyone worked together to make it a huge success. The Junior class has had many individual distinctions this year. The marching band's drum maior, Dave Clark, is a Junior. The Pom pon squad was led to a superior rating by the juniors since the senior girls couldn't attend. The Junior class float took second place in the homecoming festivities. The many Juniors in N.H.S. and Quill and Scroll underscore Juniors academic achievement. We wish to thank our sponsor, Mr. Ham, for his help in fund raising and preparation for the prom, making it the success it was. z- 4, H-, 'V 1: 3 " f I X fy' ij L1 is -Us 2 Q l 4 v' Y I 'Ti fm -v sw t, If . 2 , YQ , b 'N-,T ,7 D y l f if 43-A s' ,im ' ' 1 V .J 4 ng A gi, f B ',? . .W . 3 , 35- r A j , . 1 we W qi li ES! . i fl 5 ' ,-. ,-27' 'Y ' -4 -v f- .. , r f L-Nj N ' .1 o' I ,pi . - . J I K, jr' Ml J. 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M fy-, J ,e ,PX , 1.2 2 - - . , js 2 JJ f Q il, 4' - I 'I' .,,. W 'f , , -A 1 1 I ' U 4 L h l 1 isj Linclcl Crafl Bryan Craig Roberf Cron Kathy Cross Karen Crowley Kevin Cruff George Cuirone Judy Dabbs Charlotte Daum Molly Davis Rex Decker Mary DelaRoSa Francisco Delgado Sean Dempsey Susie Desgrange Susanne Dimmer Lydia Dominguez Pamela Dorris . 2 ,143 f rl f -s - C , ' 5 i 5'4" S sv ,l sl I Juniors operate concession sfancl e Q Jessie Cabrera Elsa Cabrera Tony Caliendo Angie Cana Rick Card Dorolhy Carey Shelia Casey Karen Cavancler Sharon Cavander Belly Chapman Mike Charlebois Dave Clark Susan Clark Ruby Coil Rhonda Cole Debbie Coleman Gregory Commerforcl Shelly Cook CJ J , X 'rr f' My sv ? by .,e.,.g ' Q I KVM VZ . Z8 :s r Q 1 , aa be J -ff .A Q, J ' for 5 ,--fs, X C ff, f N If wf . lv C x C' flax l A errr sifsi :mix 1 Q I :ylffa 3 ' , J ,sg ,- QL le QR .. .N " ,. .J - 4 X.. gf ' .S rr 5 f y. 'p :ig mi, , I - .xr er fl- Ri: r 'f f x f --.. W, ,. , el y 1,3 1 f . 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Ardifh Doucet Janet Dube .lim Dyer Brian Easley Billy Eastwood Susan Erickson Carmen Espinoza Fernando Espinozc Rosa Espinoza Arnold Esquivel Jennie Esquivel Edgar Efhinglon Tina Faulkner Jeannerle Flom Rod Ford Susan Foster Lorraine France Cruz Franco Brenda Franzmeier Linda Freouf Maynard Fronda Greg Fullingfon Kelly Furze Blas Gabriel 4 R Q 5 A x - 'fs if ' .- by P1 Karen Gilliland Jeri Gillingham Alice Brian Chris Griialva Gilkerscn Goebel Debbie Goimarac Emilio Gonzales Steve Gonzales Tani Gonzales Carly Ie Gooden Brenda Goodrich JoAnn Grace Wes ranger G Kathy Greer John Guerra Greg Peter Gulliver Gutierrez Stan Hammett Lynn Hammons Lee Hampton Jim Hanks Lloyd Hansen Ralton Harris Sue H arris X " f 'f fu 2 'I ,V - G e J ,A V2 V , , gyfv-fr-6? S my E N-,x yi ' V L Q 244 I -. ' . Q . 1 0 - A K I A S . iii-QZfQ..4-4:13 5 f 3 L - ' - ix 'B' 'QM "W '3 Q 6 Viv! K , s , 4.-K ,Q ,f ' " ,Q 3 M, ,e .5 As, 'bf iff' . 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' ' K . f if' ' , K J A lv Dan Hardman Caihy Harvey Tom Hassen Leslie Havner Frank Hernandez Robert Hernandez Teri Hensen LuAnn Herre Cecilia Herrera Mike Hewilf Jerry Hicks Mickey Hill Eddie Hir1l'l Rick Hoclgkins Frank Hoffmeister Carolyn Holsher Jean Hopper Jeff Houck Zane Housion Larry Huber Tom Huelfl Sharon Hughes Becky Hutchison Charles Huichison fd, ,I 5---uv is J' ,J it i , f 5 'N "sl i ,gg F lf "" 4 N if I1 ii 4 5 a if "" ' 3' A -.M-f R ' I W3 's l , I 0. , J if .Q 'if 1, Q P6 ass -QP ,O -cr' X 54. 11 ' N Mike Hutchinson Marilyn lnoshlfc Cindy Jacobs Neil Jacobs Kay Jenkins Michelle Jenkins Cyndee Johnson Jim Johnson Cindy Jones David Jones Hank Jones Bobby Joslin Donna Kelly Puffy Kendrick Robin Kilborn Corky Kissel Eileen Knudsen Rick Kopp Rick Kreici Sharon lumber? Debbie Larned John l.eGendre Pai' Lentz Davy Lewis 1 z Tony Linares Debbie Locket! Dennis Long Connie Lopez Maria Lopez Nanci Lopez Yolanda Lopez Allen Louderback Aaron Lee Loui Raye Jean Loy Jonathon Lundberg Judy Lucas Barbara Maack Joe Maher Gerald Mahone Ester Maldonado Kathleen Mann Mindy Martin Mar E1 1 x W - Xi .amp s flgjiiar Q if gie Royals and .lonatho G n ericke work on the scenery for "A '- is ,I ii i' fl ll . X '1 . My L1- A ,ilu Vi 1 s f- 4 ., , 2, my 'L 5 P ,Mfg Q 7' ful 5, Q' YL" V' ffffiuri' rsenic and Old Lace" fhe fall play. 0 PM iy is 7. :r K 4 -a' .fu 'eff 'ww' ,Ill we " u0Q"' G ' I A -ft 53' M K. , A .f ' , , Y, , AA , lx , ,. , . 7 , 5.t"Mf"! .gi Y' ' f L P. L A if L- - , xk.,, A , ,,fq,,,.:'J MM V ' I -1 ,, , gf "si L' 2 if ,' ' 'L 'yi 'D 9 l v ' 1 'e ' K , , .'12:ab". 4 .I A -s Va ge 1 .,. fp' V ' 'N .. -f M ' I . -f V V Qfiy: JS.. l ' 'diy ,r . M r 4 . f I V 1 i I . Q fm. ff . "" "2 .. A Y-'fx - I4 ur, . 93 f -, nr'-, V 5 , I ,H 'W 1 VV. .1 A ' N . af -'uw 42,5-,.g,. M M f eww" X .11Q.:g,g1Qfrf?e 4 ,Filly ,vf .-N,xln.' -s 5 .fl :V 1-. ai fn 'Q ii., fv :, my 3 "ve v -1 . In 1 A 0' iwfjtz' ' of , Q 5. H J ,ly -4 A Doug Maher Tom McAllister Mary McCloskey Karen McGinnis Thomas McLean Jack McMcll1on Chrisline Mecham Meralee Mecham Tony Megna Robert Melvin Helen Mesa Margie Meiz Ann Miller Paula Miller Nancy Miller Roberta Miller Welona Miller Guy Mills .Nw ' ,b,13.,,5, ..1 .. ,L , me , . Junior Pam Pon girls caughl unaware and unprepared. ,,,,f.', . :rfgf y M Y 5' 253 me - J' .v 111 . .M ff Q : lv. tif' f I Glen Milnes A, N, ,A+ i I Sieve Mllchell Y ' f ff 5 ' fr li K1 Sandy Monohan 3V ,. ' 1 I i 1 ' in he fi ' ' ' 'ff' 4 . h........ , , s-qs , 3, a,,,xg, . ui 1 ' ee. .,6g.-a..-Naam A x ff 1 is 3, t l K l -, f n l .f ffff. , 1,5 V-f-4 .S .T m A ,X , ,..!3l2AQ', J. " in uh, Hu 'SQ5' 4-Hx: i.. 4 '22 -ya sa, ,- Nfflf li Q yi x K """ .k AAL, is ' g,. ,AT 5 K' .- M N lg? l if , j V5.5 I S' J ge. M 15551 f n . 9 " i n B' ,f Thelma Moon Jane Moore Yolanda Morales Ted Morcomln Teresa Moreno Mike Morgan Leonard Montoya Hugh Moulton Debi Myres Par Myers Sandy Nicholson Sieven Nichols Christian Nielson Ken Nielson Frances Nieznay Pete Norris Elissa Nunley Jesus Obezo sq f ,f S A few Juniors always showed up af ihe dances afier the football games l6l .C?"9 -if fs? P 5 Ain -..A 5 is , A 5, 'A l , Q iq 'f I M 3 , Q Y' 'hx y 6 , fr 1, ' Y 0 we-" 1 '-.W 'x 'T im. Q -15 Alu I la as A A-,Li l is "i' :V 7, g 51- ty E P P, 3 if X i 1 f 1 , K , 4, .i BQ K mx' A gb at x N .F "W i V g D' P Q we-y ' 'fa P i P ff P Peg Person Shelly Peterlaorg Kathy Petty "..,,, ,1 f --r ,, Jose Obezo Jim Ochoa Roy Olivarez Gary Olson Becki Ouellette Jim Ouellette Mike Ozuna Carlos Purra Della Paterson Vicki Pearson Barbara Peers Edward Peers 4 P --4-41' at N A vu- Q -..e' Q' Juniors caught in the act . . . of what????? I' P 5 Qel' ex ' ' ' , fly' w 2 xi' , J 1 I I '-:eww Q 8 K 4 ,X x I 1 I 1 3 . I ,P -- so V ' . 'Tl'fVr'fQiif: T ' 1 mr if V5 I i I Am, f 1. Danny Pevler Frank Phillips Randy Pierce Dan Pittaway Alex Pcpoff Kris Porter Cindy Prefontuine Kathy Pristupa Tricia Pullins Allen Quama Isabel Quesuda Beatrice Quinhuis Sieve Quihuis 1 R317 i ii - - Susan Rodder " '46 I3 751' W 2 K' Bill Raney Q ,A , . -A K. i ' 2 A, Joe Rangel .- W " ' -' ' f V, , V Phil Reniu , - igfij . ' ' if ' lrmo Reveles ' K '47 ki - Q, . f , 1 Cl ,,,,, Q Q Karl Reynolds li . L: GK? ak 1 E M , 6 Mariin Reynolds is ' ' ,E 'W 3 il' ti' 74" A Richard Rich ,F gf 2 I .W yizrg? ' 5 ,A fl, George Ridgley ' f il :V if -' ve L5 ' Kevin Roberison f ' ' VL sf, ww 'iv' Becky Robinson , I 3.1 fs ff 'X XX " .,'-:.f Y ' , 5 is R s es fi + - f R f R Doris Robinson Yolanda Rodriguez Frank Roias Morvie Ross Ken Rowland Margie Royals Jan Royer Lynda Rynerson Evelyn Salinas Rosie Solcido Leticia Sonche Ernestine Sonios Bob Blufier absorbed in ihe realms of English Liieraiure if W Q., s A R R or R - if -5 V A is..-s K M' o m 3- aa X for d .A Ib ! ,iii :ff Q R "',. , -f X 'vpiggi ' mt f P . 4 in 'wif' , f 'voivwc Y' 4. 'M , J' f.wf3g',g,v .l R rlsi A -if 41. ff R- ,sf 5 A i ,I I, 'Mil f 9' Barbara Saucer Mary Sarzoza Linda Schaff Dave Schmidt Ted Schmidt Glynnis Scott Linda Schacle Michelle Sense Tom Shambaugh Tom Short Olivia Shumalxe Joe Slack Lucille Slaughter Becky Smith Doug Smith Mark Smith Robert Smith Stephanie Smith fl g l Juniors study chemistry in preparation for their college studi Vni, T K M c ei s. fn x A fe- '-v , Ulm. 1' f I 1 -R, V 1. . - '- L ' K rf V -an It 4- 1. ,f ,' .7 fa. c , , iz 4. 'V 1, ,. V 5, Q "FR . Cl .A , r if ,- ui 6 , " I x 'v9:' - .4 AV 'Q ..'l Y 5 xc 3 . es. 1 it 3 " Y Q -1- if V-L . ,f e- r x ,f Y V x -W A Q , "' 3 zihvvl "' vs ti, ,rw , 1 "ggi: li :ww if K ",, -Q 4, 'ir Q , .K 3 ' fi ww ,tt 'J l 5: M S X Vi: Q i 1 f. l -fi Yin ily 5 if T N572 ,jf ' 'be -- ASM" . AA, "K-Q. a s "There are 'Iwo kinds of gases, right? Inerf and ert." T 0 55, , 5 A 6 if ,Q ,gmt ,T .A "gk .- J 7 V it , s X Q I V 5 ,Vw A W -V , T vrfyrg T' , ff T T so A , f' 2 I ,Q I- I, I I. W U I Q' s! li l i 1 I 145.5 no K2 -5 ,,,' f -5 fu Q Q 0 , J J.. fi 2 ,- , X 1 ,v ryli , 'T Ly L .. l lx ,Y M I i , IKEA, i . ,ef ii " '-l glf' , i. t , , ff' 2 Q T T A :'ff,,Eff T 'mg ff 4 , I, .0 .V,. J. i 1 iii f f . ,gs ff' ,F W' NM K ? . ,e v .i ' . c " ' ' H rv M ' -- . -N?" , ' -4 1 'un f ' 1 'af' ,, ,lj 9 'YQ 3 V 5 Q' T A 4 21 1 Susan Spencer Kay Sorensen Ronnie Spinella Mike Slapley Steve Sf. Clair Tom Steele Mike Stewart Nancy Strohacker Craig Thomson Pa? Thomson Barbara Tolmachoff David Tosh John Treguboff Mike Troup Irene Turner Terry Valclivia Cindy Valenzuela Dolores Valenzuela Joe Valero Nancy Van de Puhe Don Van Warmer Pefe Vargus Sam Verne Barbara Vick Mark Voigi Eric Wager Valerie Waiiman Abbie Waner Kathy Warren Tom Waisan Greg Wahs Dan Weiss Susan Welker Barbara Whitaker Gene Whiie Jane Whiie Jim Weiczarek Linda Wilber Loren Wilcoxson G2 R-'J 1 19, Y' , fu- o. fall -A -xe Q YJ np ,Q W , 1, 5- .ag -J -K s ,. ,fi 1 x -li: e if 'O' 1 , A ,...- ii ,W N ,E 'N American History classes are required for Juniors. Mr. Ham conducis. Lisa Williams Gary Wiechens Carlos Woolsrencroff Grace Wood Mark Woodman Debbie Wright Laura Young Mary Ybarrc Cherif Zein Bill Zielinski Tony Zuniga Rosanne Abeyla Abel Arebala Tom Balcheller Bryan Bills Kathi Blevins Glenn Brownlee , ,lf ,x v., f C3 l 4 J r - ez- -' w - .... ' 'L iyfyfs fir in ' ix. 13 , is l l 'Y.A:::1-2-,xgfgxl 9 5 'ff - Q 'gl vs . ,gi -wi nv "- X sf- 9 I sf Z- av-. fi if 5 fri, 5, -4 ' --e 4 .. , sf., ,wif I , . Q, . lg . vi 'Z ,f .Mr xo ' s - ' N' ' ii we .X 0' ', .5 'fl Q--6 wi 31,4 K X ' i7'V -ill fg, 9 , ,f , 1 f f If W ,li F F W . . A f... 4 A 4 Vw. ii Q ' ,,,., GN. . ,r by li W, P ,aw Rex Decker constructing scenery for the fall play Riff in '1 tix vw ra -Yi 3' .y -r 2 gray' , 1 I I 'Cl vs -J' 1X 5 I' if, .ff DX , W v- NN , , fy "' Q.. ' Q f sy' -'Qsnif ' X 1 ,ii f 'if' Q., 'f was-1 5 ff' vi ' A i 'A 5 "' 1' .J , Q nv. .,. Q V A N, 1 ., 3- " ,Y 0 O Ol! QA! All Ker1nifBurTon Tony Caliendo 2 E 4. Jae Carroll Dennis Casey Frank Ciofciok David Criswell Tony Caliendc spry GHS cheerleader ,frA - F A -' 1 D l- D -y ' ' v , 1 K , QP , Fifi i ,w xt. iw 5 aw 7 kv. fag, I ix A 5 ga K D- " "' X luv 'N' F .J K ,1,:-ffl' iw y X 'x 4 ,mi 's Q54 J' A rw ,,.. ,..,, fr A rf HJ 5555 X :pf-Q- -ff-,.: Dan Davis Don Davis Donna Hernandez David Daniel Don Dennison Karen Dicky Robert Diffie Robert Escamillo Marsha Ferris Neva Fisher Niia Fisher Milo Fior Dave Farce Lorraine France fi ' f- 'l 4 Marilyn Francis I gb Terry Gomaz Ji L ' ? f J W R f - l, Band aifracfs iuniors too. ' rig 23 f5i7'?z': ,f W 1 if 5 Greg Gulliver . "5-, ' 1 . ,, . jf! Carlyle Gooden E I if Xxx al' I-'gay ,IF is-1 Jef ' e . . .ti A I va EW ,. N 'if -- . . g '.::E:f" - gr , gf X if-f9vQQff?f2?:fasefevfm15w I H ff V-we,x:2?rSaf:5.,., in ffm A1 - ov- Jeannie Hooks 1 mn - Q: Deana Nibleif Chris Norgren Genelice Platz Y 7 -igfxri 'J ,L ,,4, ,, - z rizfkrnffffr . fl ' 'X 'A "mal 1.5 K Connie Wagner xv 'JT Jon Royer doing her ihing ,fx A Year 5 A gm ,, pw X in The Life 4' . . 'A 5 , ., 4.,, 2 HDV 1.4 ix? 1 .,f....A .,,. . N. ,,,,. MW. ,,,,,, ., ., ., ,Vanin . i 1 J al I lsifwkf my-1 'Sw XJ Sophomore Class Officers Cindy Lovelady Kristi Whitehurst M Secretary Vice-president The Sophomore Class has been taking on more responsibilities in leadership, sports, and campus activities than ever before. Among these rsponsibilities is the traditional fund raising of funds for the Valley of the Sun School. The Sophomore Class has spon- sored a car wash and the traditional Sock Hop. ichelle Jack Jennifer Herrera Ron Kolb Historian Treasurer President Sophomore girls are also active in Pom Pon, GAA and Pep Club. Because of their boundless energy, school spirit, and the ability to get the job done, the Sophomore Class can look forward to becoming one of the better graduating classes of Glendale High School. , - 3 R fi 12-'le li ' rv rv- E 3 ' ,Q ,QQ Y 'A .C , gm V3f:?s ,. J'- 'l A -e A fa, -if ' - -A ' l 1 ,id s ' l ,I J r K " ' '!"' .-.' ' nwh , " ,.,. iii. V ' if V 1 R y x so A A 'uw :LN R -H X is A ff , if reli ef?- fz- Q RW lgxx. 5 LL-' , V y 'Q If KA A ,C sf A J W My P' I L, ,,,l 9? Q ,-3 Q, ' ,,,: 'ew ,, ,- ' 'kr v +o, , Y J 'J' m' V' 5 - , i ' -.fa nfl? 5 ' X ' 'M ' A A -'Ji 2 f 'l l' I f , - hhl A 7 ' ,N ' sg s .0 pu., y mf, . - E, , ,gr . ,-of 'A .,., -f ' 7 "" 6 :ss my 'QQ' 114 s . X -., ,s 2' F "l?i' 'N i V" ' . ,NJ Az, J , ' All l I w J ln Z' - 1, ll ' I, W 'ix N ffl, ,fr +4 N ' , - - , - B 1- 4, -1' ff ff A " " W . QE, f f' ff' A if fi rf'-1' V., 1, 'ijfil , ' 1 , in ..- Q ,J - .fo or-'J wjf, - j yxseaxg' 'S -Defy? -53' 515. S ' N A lenora Able Pat Able Denise Ackley Roger Adams Olivia Aguila Joe Akers Rosie Aldama Larry Allen Thomas Allen Palsy Alcaraz Stella Almanza Petra Alva Albert Alvarez Juanita Avarez Rosa Alvira Norma Amarillas Diane Amrine Gilbert Anaya Carolyn Anderson Jeanne Ansel Ernie Anderson Gene Armiio Gilber1Arevalo Rosemary Arvalo Kenny Ashinhursl Alice Asperiio Mary Helen Aviles Alfred Ayres Renee Bailey Richard Bakken Susie Ballken Robert Bondi Benny Barrera Kay'Barnet! Jim Bee Rick Behner Dave Bell Dennis Bellemare Holly Benson Doug Bernard Dale Billings Julia Bills David Bland David Blevins Jim Boggs Arnold Bohn Jim Boles Debra Boomhower 173 Norman Boulion Bruce Bower Leslie Bozarth Belinda Brady Bonita Brendel Cindy Brender Paulefle Brennan Paul Brink Julia Brown Roberl Buck Claudia Burden Jane! Burkey . ti ' wg I 4- 1. 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QAM' l 0 1.5 .n Margaret Burns ' x ' ' " 'a , -x I I J Steve Burns L .- ' f ' K Gary Butler - , , " Carlos Cabreara uf' K .f uf Michelle Caliendo wif- -l ,-I i Make cqlmmn I R i Ginglu Canter 1:-X f' ' ," '- Randy Carafachea .,, V C A Kathy Carey I' I 'K - 1 Chris Carpenier J" j K Ray Carreon X 'jf Tina Carrilla ' we K? ix K wh Douglas Carter i 'H '95 x V3 , Liz Cenfer A A ' N ,V fl ,V I ' 3 Q A Angie Cervunlez -ii, 1 ' l I if wg " 4'-'Q Tim Chambers v -J' ' Donna Chapman WF' 5 ' l x K n Dean Chalfield l ,rf- -1? f .., 4 ,, 1-fda C Z :QQ .Ya M :ewan-2 1-5 C i -w 5 A Am l ' ,, 'G' 5 ,vm ggi ,-1 evqfll f Q- A f ' ix -C ii - -fll l 'Fw x I G V' rr, ,, , L' M C :fi - . A rqi , it Ci, , f C C if a r,,, I., i .. H. yr . -Q , We 'Q' iQ.: ' .if ' ' .fa - rl Ml, , :gf f 4, A K ,f .A A, ix f 1 . 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Y 5322 t , Bruce Fink Mary Befh Flavell Randy Flowers David Fagelson Charlotte Forman Debra Forrey Debbie Foughfy Mark Frederick Dennis Franda Sharon Frasf Michael George Furze Frances Garcia s V Lee Garcia , 5 - 1 'Q , ,Q af': ' 'Q -A N 1-:bk ' .- N AT. -A lei iam 1 t xlartingareia K x 2 , f yrna arcia We ',k - -er' 1, Sylvia Garcia , I I Torn Gardner Q .l . f ii 1' - -:Tad 'I '52, Ed Garland I rf f if it g'T1iF r 3, ', ev ,M if 1' I W V Ma l G ' f.. D , Q nue atlca " W" ' ' " ' " Q I ,gi xp 6' Debbie Gaydosz , f Y QS, , , --f I, A MLALJ Vi -?AikeGGennaca Q, t A gi A 'Y ern .eorge 'V ,cr - xg jp' ' it or Jim Gill I -ff' f M ,L , Karla Giordono I A' -zl 5 i , at is I f'X f,,,, in ' A jf "N-A X ,.,, A Bobby Gonzales .4 . , 1 Q X Mi 'gf . ' A ' Richard Gonzalez , 43, A , in - L -v. I ig K e. Margie Gonzalez , ' f", , K' . 7 , l , N Bonnie Goodrich 4'E1'Di, v el" , ,I 4 ' ' 'Ji' Danny Gortarez I, qv' ' i i J' Y, Bet1yGraham K ,. . . .Q -, ykrv 53 l iv Q t A , A f . ., N ,, 5234 Q e i H f an if 'sift' 2 4 ' L- fm - Lorna Graham ' 2 2 iw WW Q ,Q 5 David Graham Ik 4 J V- 1' M' ff' , 9' i Patty Grantham F 11. - f ' 1 - hr v, R mf X 'Ik' Dan Green ff f , Q i"u'7 f ' C3 I' Q lewis Green . 4 I " X , - ' A A Rick Greenwell f 1 ' ,W A 3 W ' fc rwzhf. , mv? i fill 4 5 ,af f . I SOpl'1OlIIOl'GS l'eClCl'l l I lld'pOln'l 2 . . x , 1 l ,'!..wf1 Bill Green "" 4" " M ev -A ef, j 2 N ' ' Alice Gritalva - , z' -M Y, 2 A If- ' Becky Guebara 'I' ,V ' .Lf F I 1. 'K ky Robert Gulick A ff K,-gi X W kg ' ' Rita Gutierrez N - fr xr ,Q R J . -r 3, Mike Hall -fd--.,, W I ,wish ' V ' Nr- " Sw A ,, 2' ': Z,fif , -x M i H ' V- ,, ' ' " 5'-'-vw-xy? yi 0 5' f- ' . - 'W' r, ef:gYHQT1'1l1i::n t 4, Q - I A ff"r David Hanger I " 1, Jean Hanes 7, Q J 4 7 ,Lgx ff' Ann Hanks . , 3 R """ir Martin Haile . - ,4 px , Y f - t l David Harris " " ' . Q , gi e ' , .hi iff X ,C -A Y , W Daryl Hart "' ji r 4 , ' P ' A .,- 'ri 1 5 1 Dayle Hart ' ag" ,. an 1 ' " I Q ' Pam Hartman -qv" I N M21 ' W Ray Hawkins Q N s fill' A 1 -' Artie Hayes ' -. ff' I 'R 6 nl f 'V f l i ,lg X U' , 5 4 W 1. Jackie Henderson " " 5 -iff' - , ' ',, '31 f - Ran Henry .. I I ... f 0, , 3 . 6 X Q my Cruz Hernandez ' H "' X s 2 ua F "- Martha Hernandez D 8 A ' X .,. 4 v 1 ' Rose Hernandez 1" , A '25, W K I "" ' '-. f' ' Jennifer Herrera gif.. N X ' I ff , fy VA'. , .V Q - industrious f?j Sophomores raise money for traditional Sack-Hop by washing f?l cars. in high school career Nancy Hickey Treva Hicks Pam High Shirly Hinkel Esperanza Huanle Muriel Hubbard Lawrence Huber Becky Hubburd Jeri Huelll .lan Hugh Lee Hughes Paul lnglish Steve Ingram Margarel Jack Alan Jackson Carol Jahnke Brad Jarvis Chef Jenkins David Jenkins Marsha Jensen Joe Jimenez Bill Jocewicz Steve Johansen Don Johnson ,mwxes 1 4 2 ll 5 H Ah N K1 5 J A A Za- X " of - 1-QI: Qi 'J ' J 'A 4 J Seieie Q like J .ml . il L 4 Qi Q H 1 'R , so is 9 .,, A Q V ,i . ., W, 2' Q' x W: 4 J ' :wil fig elll x if ' N 'v ? ' 6 'W .Ax V' ' J ' 6 ! if V 4,130 A f 57 is-dxf: if s 5 , 'i 'in 2 y iffy l A 1 " f' 4-' 7 as s .Q V ,W JG! l f Y 'l 'A . .. -xy 3 , 1 X--. 7 --v ,Q ,, la 3' A fsanrfxzgf . li A l M 15 'Pie L ' 2' ,. Q, v 1:3 'jj' ,dl 'Q L' if ,fi , 1 L fi! ,L I W ' '- if 5 2? L - 7, my ,ff ' .. 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A 1 if l"l if A 1 -1' 1 . 4 Theresa Joiala Linda Jones Roger Jones Dana Judd Roger Kaye Lee Kent Carler Kissel Tom Kleckner Ron Kolb Ken Krieger John Kuklinski Toni La Barr Joseph La Due Mark Landry Tony Lawson Carmen Ledesma P Ledesma Debbie Lee iz Karen Leniz Linda Lesler Debbie Levclke Gaylan Lewis Dennis Lighl Lupe Linares Alice Lincoln Rick Lindenmufh Gracie Linker Laura Locker Mary Lopes Mike Lopes Arnold Lopez Billy Lopez lrene Lopez Julia Lopez Sieve Lopez Cindy Lovelady Rachel Luevano Laurie Lundberg .lanef Mahle Esther Maldonado Ray Maldonado Sandy Maloney Dean Malmke Manuel Marquez Marvin Marlin Fidencio Marlinez Scot? Matthews Jay Maynes Belva Maze Mike McCloskey Penny McCormick Judy McDavid Tami McGilvra Beth McGuire Dennis Meade Terry Mendez Pat Menefee Dennie Merrill Stephen Merrill Angie Mesa Rex Milam Mary Miller Sherry Milligan John Miller Paula Milts Edith Miner Jim Mineer Donna Minion Juanita McLean Rod McMahon Michelle McNally Ron Moore Debbie Morawski Richard Morgan Bea Montes Clara Montoya Nancy Mueller Chris'Muller Susan Mundale Mark Munoz Jay Murdock Jody Murphy Mark Nelson Agnes Neilson Larry Nordyke Kathy Norris Margaret Norton Tom O'Keefe Lynn Ollmann Bobby Ortega John Owens Dale Pace Roy Pacheco Karen Pakos David Pearson Holly Perren N K-tees so ., U I 1 'wi iii' ii F J Qi? ' M ,NA N 4' I iN. if 51 -fr fre f f xc liil 'MN A i S-'L I TN, i Q ' 0- 7' , 7' Us is . D Tw 3 fi N iff" r' ' Q 2 J' -'V-5 " NN N N N if f 'gf .1 . X,.,k - 5, X 4 1 K J J 1' Q, if ,. -65 Q .Q ' , i A 1 0 - ffm " .Q gs gg I 1 fi: - N f ' XM. wf , ., If Q N 7' rn! ,V X . g " J' ' 1 K ' J A, - - r an c. Ron Kolb Class President mg A N , . 1, so J ysysk y J -rst - N X -ev Nf' W sig, Q 'T' ' L --' -. :L N- N M ff ' wg V f 1, NN , . f ,Q xgfre x . ' , ' N Jfgmvirwti . fyp iv 4. . . we N I ,. F ,V , A x K , N J A 6 at W U, J -f l - i J- Jax 2 s .I . 0 L1 I , fi- 1 V, .X we i 'Q 5 5- - fl ri J ' l Q ll ' 'Qi N l A ' X, ' . . fi ill f' 2' My J f fi I a 1 f J Qfjy g' " l 3 lab ' Nils 'ij . 1 'J -N i irii if 1 W' 1 ENT i'-, 5. J i V it . D ti 'J i it J i f ' . N V is is-yim' Gil, L Y 'N'- iii T M gg yi N 5 img :N K 4, . Ffa , , 9 A' K' . 5 J f JZNJ AJ' J x I 3 N NJ. Dave Perry Debbie Perry Kevin Perry Linda Perry Kathy Petroff Terry Pettigrew Kevin Petty Randy Pfeiffer Janie Phillips Laura Pickett Alan Platt Larry Pluhar Aurelia Padilla Richard Pomeroy Caryn Porch Henry Press David Pristupa Vicky Pugh John Pullins Craig Quamme Mike Rames Sam Ramirez Victor Ramirez Bennie Ramos Marilyn Raymer Robert Reagan Tom Refermut Anita Reina R es in - .N ' rn W A 1- ... K' l 4' ii 4 .ef ' gl 41' V aw tt y 0- 1 yu My C it 'J P i 5 vt X 'J J P in il il I ,f ii J F. ,I l.,,f 15, Sophomores continue raising money LK1 -Nifg l k:,.t.,, is V if ff P1101 ai it x 1 to uv tix , ,X fi "Q it 'tl J ' 3 X' ' r i , ff 4,12 "4 +01 K 'ff ' 'Via' R .ft 'J' 23, 3 .. Y im ," V, Eg, r if .Q , 1 N.. M. etrtt ir f i!'.,., -1 QC.. vw, E Great time v 7 . I 'la u " K " Gb lW,' N ' A- - v W 1 J . s XX sy . I if tyij J su 5 R ' Ai" 55254 l ff-' ,z for volley ofthe sun school ..- f 6- . .. if? , f ii ri lf 5 , ,x . .as fa. . ,". ....., 1 cf" Ml, f of K X ,M 1. Qt 1' 4 - 72 '.. ... V, 3 J f ', -' . 1 1 14 3: f-3 'lo .. ' 'V' ivfii it A. 5 Y ' nf 'SQ A 'cc y M A Z- 3 f", "i W A A ' ef' cfif if if 0 1 o ji, 4 M' , f. i L l Bill Rhodes Paul Rhodes Richard Rich .lan Riley Judie Riley Angel Rivera David Robinson Richard Robinson Patricia Roclreit Kenneth Rodgers Carmen Rodriguez Esther Rodriguez Jesse Rodriguez Tony Rodriguez Adell Roebuck Coleen Rogers Wally Rogers Mary Rohr Frank Roias Margaret Roias Paul Roias Jeffery Rolfe Robert Rose Larry Rovey Vicki Rowles Bettie Jo Suhr Manual Samora Sophomores study f ,ii K, my M A " ai Y -p tg? .x f 1 ,, A ,Q S' f A ' aftff!Z?spe x ,.,., , , A i if Q . I ,iw X H elf ,fl "' K A' is 4 L. '37-K 4' 1 f' XJ .Q Q43 pf , I ' my if 2 i 1 5 S, i ,X ,Ji ,A sa 6 iss y rg, Ag., lv '.,v at . , t 'V Q -f-1 ' ' 'Z' ig N X 3 X- 4.1 M fed Dan Sanders Wayne Sanderson Paul Sarzoza Don Sario Diana Schmidt Scott Schneider Kathy Schuclerer Cindy Scott Mike Sease Patty Severin Nancy Sexton Cheryl Seymore Marsha Shannon lex Sheets James Sherril Rick Shumway Rachel Sifuentes George Sifuentes Patti Sigmund Irene Silva Ramiro Silva Glenn Simmon Michelle Simpson Kathy Smith Mike Smith Tom Smith Kathy Snowberger Shelley Snyder Bill Soares William Sparrow Keifh Spidel Larry Spiguzza David Siambaugh John Sf.Clair Michelle Sfrohm Debbie Siewarf Marilyn Sfewari Leda Slinneli Rober! Sulzer Dawn Lanphear Cindy Taylor Dan Taylor Sherry Teage Bill Terry Teresa Terry Sue Thacker Doug Tobler David Tolmachcff biology We 4 rn -3 ...Y f'll 1, X 5 46' Eg, J T ' M ig Liji D .5 32023 .CX i ? 3 K ...gx -Q fn , V 1 l 1 ' 'N ,. v V fi Q w y -Q rv 7 w. as, x 'x . Q "' x Mi: ,....f k ,.K3'x qw as ' T 'T - Y 'h' ggi-ill' sv A - Cb -. ... ff. ri T. l ' 'Q yn -I .7... - " . 4. Q 1 ,J , -.V ' -, I K -W p if I, i,. . .M 4 are ' . ,Ib X Y ar krr' nr T H EG-'Sw' .:fAl 3 ... Rx, , 4,1 Nancy Tucker Dennis Treguboff Beih True!! Andrew Takarz Sieve Twiss John Valdivia Cecilia Valenzuela Lupe Valles Sandra Va nTuyl Bill VanZwol Rosie Varela Robert Vasquez LouAnn Vandre Alicia Vaughf Alice Vaughi Becky Venrrano Karhy Wallace Rad Wamsley Cathy Wanamaker Sharon Warner 55 5- A M i X f 4 Afxbkr , c , ji 1."'i,pV V 1 . . ... F, ,K s jf M4 .:- Tw p aff. ll 'K' 7- ,Q s .Af-, ,V 33 A Wi . ,f IQ rg., . .' ,fi 3 Y fy wg :M , K ,i ,ff - . in Rv A A :N r ZA - xx . W vl. , L 'ki L f'j',4E3:gfgi 3Q.ne ' as fa V. : , ifvfhf Q Avliilffll .,, is 1- 1 . .A me "". ' L "f1,:'m'2L?"l'lM' A45 1 1.wa-c-tl ami. 1 P Avniit' da ,V 11 , Lv 1 4 A I apr I I l rv" Lk, X, M X sv- 'C ,,.., vw Sophomore Rick Greenwell applies his makeup for Thi is If f- i V i " A 2.351 all 4 ,gg 1 ,f ,I 1, 5. f lf lf 1 k 1 ? a i E , ff 2 15 I Thespian production of "Arsenic and Old lace." ,qi K f ' "5 Q' f F M- .ff-L vb y X ,W I1 7 l at y, Q Y V5 X XJ t 7 f if fly , , Q :Q Q ,,e M f,.,"ffQ,. Q fr! ig. ' 2 ,- K fuk ,gif Qw.."" X A . X ,. JA, Q . 1, y .J ,m , i n '-L .2-, 'I-A 1 elif I ii 0 E 9 . ,, v' Q, 5' W3-Q?" ' V 1,5 E? Larry Waters Janie Watson Nadine Wayerslci Shelia Weaver Ralph Webb Melissa Weekley Bill Wells Gene White Nancy White Marilyn Whitfield Kristi Whiiehurst Dave Wiechens Karen Wilkinson Kathy Wilkinson Tom Wilkinson Kathy Willis Jeff Williams Steve Wilson Debbie Winning Jacque Wise Martha Woodland Ken Wyaif Johnny Yanez Cris Young Christina Zambra Abelardo Zubia Kemp Baily Becky Boone leland Earls John Helizel Bonnie Irwin Michelle Jack Sam Bing James Parks Rita Whiison .-is 1 -v fa. . ns. 'uf M., ,, 1. af- 5, W' 1 SJ' ... , .42 s.-ff , " tif fb' fi!! 4 .X- K Q ,. gy' x mv" ff' "1'7' . 'V 'f Q' fn lf? - l 1 l f l i 5 ' X' s, l si .nl,is Q 'fi 4' ' i X ar f - ' " sy Kg, Freshmen in The Life ww-v'ff"'1"TI' ' 1 k - 1-f:5,.X-.,w ' jj J W I -N., 6 I O 'JL-A ,- rip-.' J, ,iifsfsfii W . ,,- 4 K V 'VA ". , all '5 35:3 3 Tom Sing Susan Tolmachoff Vice-president Secretary Gail Connell Jodi Tenuta Historian President The freshman class has been very active this year. The freshman class Homecoming float won third place. During January they had a car wash to earn money for our dance. They also worked the con- cession stand for one of the home basketball games. They sponsored a dance January 17 featuring the "Crescendos." The freshman class is also planning to have more money making proiects this spring. I 'n 'f 14 'fi K . ' 5 I, Jim Rich Treasurer ffeb-so W, 4' yang., Q v 4 Aw, . Y f r fi S J 5 4 r er - .. 1 - t r '. 1 fr - sfix ffb R 1 I Q , ff. l , z 'i li' 1 :Vi 1 v' i' I., 'J I it .. 1 if HX lr' 'iv I' 1 Ta A? . ' I B , if A, Q Q Q HQ' ,, xi' T59 - ,J ,,,, ,jug-' U 'il X' ix "" W ,,,v L- f-- , .l A" y yy l ,Vi Ay- S A Q53 7 at 'M ' - 7 Z 4 ' Eff. we xy? , Zz...-.X s'2tfgEfy,. ,V fig, ap, Miss Mihas explains course selection and schedules to Stanley and Robert Russell. Abbott, Bonnie Abeyta, Steve Abts, Craig Aguilar, Angel Aguilar, Sophia Akin, Norman Aldama, Carmen Allison, Cindy Alvira, Josie Anclerson, Doug Arce, Stella Arispe, Albesa Arthur, Jae Bailey, Brenda Bailey, Brenna Baker, Mike Balch, Ricky Bolderaz, Dolores Banda, Bobby Barnard, Mike Barton, James Baxter, Marla Behrle, Jeri Beier, Carol Benge, Frank Bennally, Tony Bentzel, Dorothy Berger, Beverly Bishop, Evan Blaisclell, Dick Blackburn, Gary Blankenship, Donna Blount, Sherry Bokowski, Dave Boone, Heather Bootz, Jeff Bowers, Gary Bowman, Marilyn Brencler, Kim Britt, Michael Brown, Bryce Bull, Ralph Burgess, Judith Burruell, Gus Burton, Rick Byrne, Mary Cabrera, Albert Campion, Randy 4 Canafax, Janis Carey, Barbara Carle, Rhonda Carrasco, Ricky Carrilla, Mary Carter, Terry Casfro, Frank Cafes, Cheryl Cavanaugh, Debra Cenier, Pam Chambers, Kay Charlebois, Debbie Cherry, Bren! Chery, Mark Chluspa, George Churchill, Carl Cisneros, Tino Clark, Cindy Clayfon, Norman Coil, Pai Collins, Oleia Comerforcl, Chris Cones, Marla Connell, Gail Cons, Frances Conireras, Ernie Cook, Kaihy Cooper, Mickie Coronado, Jim Corum, Bobbie Craft, Barbara Criswell, Gary Cross, Audrey Croxdale, Pat Dabbs, Sieve Dager, Caihy David, Dennis David, Susie Davis, Connie Delgado, Hope Dennis, Dusfy Dennison, Karen Diffie, Clinton Dimmer, Marc Dominguez, Ari Dominguez, Lorroin Dorris, Dianna e 1 23 ' .sf Q D W, y, in. - Ni: n.i:m:f+:gfgjjgg5 , a r 1" 15, 11' ,IF 151' "'f'Qs,fR " fide: i',?5.L' -'D ia KX, A., , , lellfie A Wy y 6 .A i ,A dem Jnfw nf K W ' 1 iz 4: L. ,A g - ,f Af' 4- . - V Q 1 3 l 43 .fl I -'aw is: n ,c' - rg 1,1 af-' zx q'.'4 f ,,. -- ' . ,e -7 5, ,,,, v- ff sy K J A il t 5 of 1,:Sgi!T:g.6Q1i',f5 - , f C X f'ff"i'vf"isii'-Q I S. " WQIHUQ l ' ' f- Q7 , '56 1 M . Q- f Q. - - ii- 2 i - 1 e D , - fr- 2 "W "1 Q1 ' 'W .. "3 s,,. X C ' i ry, ,, ff, i ,. Q. 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Gulliver, Tom Gustafson, Jacque Guiierrez, Mary Gutierrez, Tony Hammett, Mike Harber, Rick Hardin, Greg Harper, Jesse Harrel, Ron Harrington, Pai Harringfon, Ronnie Harris, Glenn Hart, Paul Hariman, Rusiy Havner, Lynn Hensley, Joe Hernandez, Anna Hernandez, Cruz Hernandez, Frank Hernandez, Isa bel Hernandez, Lydia Hernandez, Sonny Heriz, Susan Hickey, Michael Hicks, Denny Hildebrand, Greg Hixson, Chuck ..a fs W 1 6 . , v kg-,fox M. c c Q Wim! ,, A G M, c , ,ry .fy sys ye F' nik, gf , ,sf f 5 f 4 W lj 7"-2.1.1, Q Q j , 1 iam, y . 'QR 0 f .. ',,' fc 915 ig. f, if F ,Wh .5 fl' fl N! :A ,..1f-V J - r if r life if i, f l' 1- ' N ' X1 y FAA ' 2 I F' A if yr X Y, y ef 1 Q ' A. 1 in la ', : Q Aff". mink ." F . ly' z g ,I ' l nfl JW? 5 K. F 1' ' ,ci an for ,Q sri, y hyd ref G er 2 : ' rf D 575741, 'l 5 n ,Q 4, mg 4 l r ' li 11 Q f ' , I A S 1 ,. 5 1 lvl 1 5 :Y I lfi 19" Eff! l fx. I GN dx 'Q y , ffl? 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Rodriguez, Nestoria Rodriguez, Rosie Rogers, Becky Rogers, Kathy Roma, Frank Ronnie, Dan Roper, Stanley Rose, John Ross, Diane Russell, Robert Sagrillo, Twila Salcido, Victor Salmon, Ken Sanchez, Frank Sanchez, .Iuan Sanchez, Ruben Sanderson, Dale Sanders, Dana Santa Cruz, Gloria Santa Maria, Tony Santa Maria, Vince Santillan, Diana Santillan, Ronnie Santas, Virginia Sarzoza, Pete Schmidt, Mike Schwartzkopf, Marc Scibilia, Patty Sebben, Steve Seeley, Jeanne Servello, Scott Sexton, Jim Shadday, Shirley Shaffer, Pattiiean Sherrill, Dick Shields, Mary Shores, Phil Sidinger, Patricia O Sifuenres, Elizaberh Silva, Leonard Simpson, Debbie Simpson, Michael Sims, Mike Sing, Tom Skinner, Jill Slack, Pere Slane, Debbie Smilianich, Rosey Smiih, Connie Smith, Grady Smith, Jim Smiih, lauren Smith, Stan Snyder, Lee Soke, Chris Soliz, Paul Sorensen, Scofl Spidel, Dave Springman, Debbie Siewart, Sian Suda, Jack Sulzer, Gary Sweer, Richard Tardy, Judy Tardy, Linda Taylor, David Taylor, Valerie Templefon, Dee Tenuia, Jodi Thompson, Alice Thomson, Dwight Thomson, Russ Tillia, Marie Tolmachoff, Diane Tolmachcff, Sandy Talmachoff, Susan Traubel, Chris UHer, Sieve Valenzuela, Liz VanCamp, Peter Varela, Anthony Vasquez, Irene I I , .l fi W i E., .45 'Z ,...v- rx y 'Af L, D3 X as been Freshman girls mull over the day's aciivities. e ,' L1 g ' la T-:' T Y sle, Q? 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' .1 'fi ,x . ,, , ef., f 2 s Verna, Jackie Warren, Carole Watson, Gwen Watts, Dale Watts, Dwain White, Julie Whitmover, Roxanne Wierson, Kathy Wiese, Mike Wilcoxson, Debbie Wilkins, Nathan Wilks, Steve Williams, Debbie Wiliams, Terry Willis, Kenny Willis, Steve Winn, Terry Witherspoon, Roger Woods, Brad Woolstencroft, David Worthy, Lex Yazzie, Loretta Ybanez, Trinidad Ybarra, Frank ,, 2 4 K F 4. A Q- L s iii 1 f ,,,,1,. s, im - Q, ' F: C. - ' i' .1 JQJT A 5' , f I 1v1..,,....: 14 f 5' gi Qgflinnln -ld 4 4 if .,ai:"f'f- Q li ai Freshmen perform varied experiments in Physical Science it SENIOR BOYS Adair, Michael 125 Anderson, Dennis 125 Asdell, William 100,12l,107,97,125, 103,39,44,42 Ayres, Gary 114,125 Batcheller, John 125,63,62,77 Baumgardner, Steve 96,125 Belk, John 114,125,116 Beuster, Roger 97,125 Billings, Kenneth 145 Bowers, Leon 114,126 Brimhall, John 96,58 Brink, Robert 126 Browning, Daniel 126 Burden, Bruce 126,72 Contes, James 96,127,70,58,74 Conyard, Robert 128 Coronado, Oscar 145 Crowe, Frank 128 Croxdale, Michael 145,58 Cummings, Ronald 96,128,58 Curl, Mitchell 128 Daniel, David 143 Daniels, Arden 128 Davis, Eddy A. 128 Davis, Michael 114,128,143 Davis, Tom 108,97,51,113,34,58,44 Dillehay, James 96,129,50,113,34,58, 44,42,77 Eldridge, Danny 108,145 Elinski, Michael 129 Escamillo, David 129 Escudero, Leonard 129,34,35,5B Espinoza, Frank 145 Esquivel, Arnold 143 Evans, Thomas 145 Flavell, Charles 145 Flint, Philip 129 FIom,Harold 10B,121,96,97,130,107, 1l0,119,120,34 Fogelson, Danny 100 Frederick, Sherman 96,13O,58,44 Gabriel, Blas 130,119 Garcia, John 102,130,58 Garcia, Larry 130 Garcia, Ruben 145 Gill, LeRoy 130 Gonzales, Frank 114,130 Grantham, David 114,131 Green, Richard 145 Gyman, Paul 145 Hanks, Jim 143 Hardman, James 131 Hernandez, Robert 145 Herrera, David 102,97,131,70 Hicks, Roger 131 Hines, Tom 131 Hollobaugh, James 131,58 Houck, Philip 100,105,97,131 Huber, Larry 145 Hughes, Terry 132 Hunt, ,Larry 132 Irwin, James 132 Jahnke, Donn 132 Johnson, James 97,132 Joiola, Robert 133 Keith, Jerry 145 Kelly, Joe 143 Knudsen, Donald 96,133,70,58,74 Kress, Edward 133 Leuser, Bart 100,121,133,119,120,46,44 Lewis, Michael 98 Lincoln, Konrad 98,133,52 Lloyd, Eric 100,l24,134,72,44 Lopez, Frank 134,58 Looez, Lupe 145 Lopresto, Charles 121,103,104,97,134,47 Lowe, Gary 145 Lowe, Jerry 120 Lundberg, Richard 96,97,134,51,6S,77 Lunn, Stephen 96,97,129,134,34,58,40, 41,4-1,77 McCormick, Dale 96,134,58,74 McDavid, Bill 114,134 McGee, Thomas 100,108,134 McGilvra, Tim 134,51 ,39,44 McPherson, Danny 134 Maursa, James 135 Matthews, Steven 96,135,58,74 Miller, Gary 135 Morcomb, Edwin 100,104,l14,107 Miller, Thomas 104',107,135 Munoz, Mike 96,136,140,58,74 Naugle, Guy 136 Nielsen, Merlin 98,137,52 Nieman, Allen 145 O'Brien, Jeffery 96,97,58 O'Keffe, John 137 Owens, Randall 143 202 Parr, Richard 137 Perry James 137,77 Peters, Steven 97,137 Poff, Danny 96,137,58 Poison, William 137 Potter, Larry 137 Prentice, Gregory 138,120 Ramirez, Andrew 143 Ramos, Andy 138 Reynolds, Keith 145 Rhodes, Charles 138 Roberts, Douglas 100,130,136,138,42,77 Robertson, Bradley 100,104,138,'l20 Rodriguez, Robert 145 Roper, Gary 97,138 Rose, Marvin 143 Rovey, Dan 98,138 Salas, Ricardo 138 Sampson, Paul 98,139,52 Sario, Louis 139,57,58,77 Schmidt, Arthur 139 Schuderer, John 139 Serrano, Joe 139,74 Sexton, Douglas 96,97,129,139,5l,58, 68,40,44,77 Siek, Bill 140 Silva, Frank 114,140 Simpson, Gary 100,12l,140,119,120, 224,44,46 Smith, Larry 98 Smith, Michael 103,140,38,44,42 Smith, Robert 108 Stevens, Lee 108,144,110,34 Stewart, Richard 108,121,102,104,140, 103,119,120,34,46,44 Stinnett, Jerry 144 Sutter, John 107,140 Templeton, David 141,140 Thompson, Charles 141,62,44,77 Thomason, George 141,62,77 Thorp, Robert 141 Tolmachoff, Gary 98,105,97,141,5B, 68,77 Toon, Thomas 142 Towner, Michael 145 Tucker, Randall 142 Turner, Allan 110 Twiss, Michael 142 Underwood, Danny 96,142,7O,44 VanTuyl,Victar 142 Walker, Jack 98,142 Warner, Brian 142 White, Bruce 1O0,1O5,97,142,116,103,414 Wilbur, James 96,142,158 Wilkerson, Edwin 142 Williams, Rex 77 Wilson, Larry 145 Wood, Charles 106,111 Wootan, Bill 121,11B,143,107 Wykott, Christopher 100,121,143,4o,44 SENIOR GIRLS Ackley, Pila 103,125 Aldama, Linda 94,104,125 Aguila, Juanita 125 Aspeitita, Alice 125 Barrientez, Martha 125 Barry, Paulette 104,125 Benge, Ellen 100,121,98,l02,104,105, 125,119 Blackburn,Diane 125 Blackwell, Jennifer 145 Bonilla,Glorla 94,l02,104,l14,126 Bain, Cynthia 1oo,9e,97,12e,119,12o, 6 Branch, Sandra 126 Bravo, Mary Ann 99,104,126 Burgmann, Barbara 126 Cabrera, Elva 126 Cabrera, Irene 126 Carreon, Virginia 126 Carter, Deborah 126 Celaya, Esperanza 127 Clark, Sandra 127 Clark, Slusan 127 Clayton, Sharon 127 Colvin, Julia 105,127,136 Comon, Dolores 127 Conover, Marta 127 Conway, Gayla Renee 94,127 Canyard, Barbara 128 Cook, Wanda 128,110 Cooper, Sandra 105 106,977,128 Cross, Mary L. 128 D'Agastino, Kathleen 12B Davidson, linda 128 Davis, Constance 100,99,114,12B,116 Decker, Pamela 108,129 Doetzler, Janice 129 Dominguez, Lydia 129 Doyle, Susan 129,113 Edwards, Marna 129 Elman, Karen 105,129 Erickson, Glenda 121,105,114,129 Fair, Marlene 129 lfigyeroarirances .129 Ford, Debra Lee 130X'- C ,. Jrrrmej larrda'-mos--J Furrey, Nancy 130,119,120,46 Garcia, Elizabeth 93,94,102,130 Garcia, Olga 102 Gilman, Jane 103,477,130 Greenwell, Gayle 145 Griialva, Alice 143 Hackett, Maureen 100,131 ,1 16,1 19,120 38,46 Hanes, Rosalinda 145,119 Hanson, Mary Jane 131 Harcq, Kathy 131 Harris, vida 98,131,145 Hart, Sharon 131 Hinkel, Marylou 131,111 Hoehn, Margot 131,113 Hogg, Sally 106,131 Horst, Suzanne 97,131,119,120,46 Hugh, Margery 91,90,94,96,132 Jarrel, Gertrude 99,118,132 Jocewicz, Michele 132 Joslin, Sherri 105,133 Justice, Rhonda 133 Kem, Terry 93,94,133,90 Kesten, Ethel 133,120 Kesten, Joyce 133 Kile, Deborah Ann 143 Knutson, Sheryl 102,133 Kon, Leann 133 Landess, Barbara 133 Lane, Rebecca 133 Lentz,MichaeIine 100,108,103,133 Leslie, Carla 94,95,80 Lirrs, Dana 133,42 Loveloy, Robin 134 luian, Teresa 134 Lundberg, Karen 134,113 Lundeen, Nancy 134 Lunnon, Joy 108,106,134 Mahle, Sharon 134 Malmgren,Sherry 100,105,127,144 Mance, Sandra 99,93,104,106,135 Marr, Pamela 103,97,135,51,39,44,42 Merker, Cheryl 118,135,110 Miller, Monette 135 Miller, Martha 98,99,105,135 Miller, Rosilyn 100,103,135 Milnes, Lynda 135 Miyauchi, Diane 94,121,96,97,135,119 120,38,46,80 Moore, Connie 136 Moreno,LupiIa 104 MotoYoshi, Karen 91,90,94,121,96,97, 136,51,39,44 Murphy, Patricia 121,124,136,44 Mutchmore 91 ,90,93,96,124,136,95,51 , 38,44,42 Myers, Norma 136 Nossaman, Marcia 106,136,116,l13 Osborne, Lois 93,94,106,137 Padilla, Aurelia 137 Patterson, Linda 91,90,93,94,96,l24, 144,95,51,3s Paul, Joanne 137 Pfeiffer, Debbie 137 Polomsky, Sue 137 Pomeroy, Nita Kathleen 137 Pownell, Jana 99,94,106,137 RaDP, Carolyn 138 leaymer, lirrda 9l,9o,93,94,97,13s,95, 120,44 Reed, Lisa 138 Rice, Linda 138 Rolo, Sylvia 138 Rowles, Sue 138 Russell, Sandra 138 Salinas, Mary Connie 138 Sanderson, Janis 108,98,139,111,35 Severin, Mary Lou 104,139,145 Sheets, Joanna 94,96,139 Sherman, Bonnie 94,104,97,124,130, 139,44 Sine, Susan 100,96,104,140 sialrrger, Rebecca 108,140,110 Smith, Carolyn 140 Smith, Debbie Kay 140 Slmith, Debra Lynn 140 Soychalski, Judy 108,106,140 Stambaugh, Susan 108,118,140,111 Stratton, Shonny 140 raray, Catllleen 93,94,92,97,141,5l,4A Taylor, Linda Sue 94,141 Tenuta, Tonni 93,93,94,121,92,96,97, 141,53,51,52,3B,44 Thacker, Janet 141 Thompson, Pamela 141 Tinstman, Carolyn 136,141 Talmachoff, Sondra 105,141 Tolmachoft, Vera 91 ,93,98,99,94,97, 142,53,50,39 Upchurch, Sendo 144 Vandegrift, Sharon 142 Vietrneier,Charmel 94,99,142 Vis, Donna 145 VogeI,Gail 145 Watanabe, Susan 94,97,95,119,120 Waters, Shirley 144 Watson, Ada Mae 144 Weekley, Melinda 142,110 Wilfong, Darcy 142 Wilkinson, Sandra 10B,94,110 Williams, Adrian 142 Wilmer, Christine 104,143,110 Wilson, Mary E. 112 Wise, Shelley 143 Wright, Patricia 143 Zanin, Sonya 143 JUNIOR BOYS Ackley, Eric Lawrence 153,107 Allen, Dennis Martin 153,108 Amperse, George C. 153 Anderson, Kenneth Wayne 153,77 Archuleta, Benny Lee 153 Arebalo, Abelardo Silva 167,62 Austerman, Carl Ray 153,74,68,45 Baird, Lynn Alan 153,113,45 Barney, Chuck John 153 Batcheller, Thomas 167,74 Benge, Robert Eugene 153 Bennett, Mark Edward 114 Bernal, John 153 Bills, Bryan Reed 167,77 Blotter, Bob Roy l00,153,97,45 Bluco, John R. 153 Bochenski, Gary Louis 153,114,72,45 Bohn, Mario A. 153 Bansall, Mark B. 108,153,97,39,45 Bowers, Harold P. 153 Browning, Patrick M. 153 si,ll,Pal,l 153,106,119,77 Burton, Kermit Nello 168 Bush, Norman Glenn 153,60 Byrne, Thomas J. 153 Caliendo, Anthony 16B,93,154,92,70, 45,77 Card, Eric Warren 154 Carroll, Joe 168,62,74,68 Casey, Dennis James 168 Charlebois, Mike 154 Ciotczyk, Frank 168,96,97 Clark, David Robert 154,104,45,114, 62,75,77 Comertord, Gregory M. 154,104,70 Craig, Briam 154,96,58 Criswell, David Joe 168 Cron, Robert Leroy 98,154 Cruff, Kevin L. 154 Cutrone, George C. 154,102,105 Danel, David 168 Davis, Daniel Darrell 168,108 Davis, Donald D. 168 Decker, Rex H. 108,154,114,113 Delgado, Frank 98,154 DemDsey, Sean Wm. 154 Dennison, Daniel Howard 168 Diftie, Robert Leroy 168,111 Dyer, James H. 121,155,152,97,103, 38,45 Easley, Brian 100,108,155,97,45 Eastwood, Billy Don 155 Escamillo, Robert Julian 73,77,168 Esquivel,Arnold 155 Espinoza, Fernando 155,77 Ethington, Edgar 121,155,104,114 Fiori, Milo George 16B,58,77 Force, Dave 168 Ford, Robert Dave 155 Franco, Cruz 155,104,58 Fronda, Maynard 155,105 Fullington, Michael Greg 155 Frrrze, Kelly F. 155,103,611 Gabriel, Blas 155 Garcia, Mario S. 156,119 Garcia, Robert L. 156 Garcia, Rudy M. 156 Garza, Feliz 156 Gericke, Jonathan David 108,156,110 Gill, Douglas W. 156 Gillarde, Michael R. 156 Gonzales, Emilio 156 Gonzalez, Steve 156 Gooden, Sidney Carlyle 156,169 Granger, Wes Edward 156 Guerra, John 156 Gulliver, John Gregory 156,169 Gutierrez, Peter 156 Hammett, Stanley 156 Hampton, Lee Dean 156,97,68,3B,45 Hanks, Jim 156 Hansen, Lloyd Joseph 156,110 Hardman, Dan D, 157,58 Harris, Ralton 156,107 rlasson, Thomas Walter 68 Hernandez, Frank F. 152 Hernandez, Robert A, 157 Hewitt, Mike Ray 157,77 Hicks, Jerry 157 Hill, Mickey 157 Hirlh, Eddie D. 157 Hodgkins, Richard 157 Hotfmaister, Frank 157,70,58,77 Houck, Jeffray Walter 157,113 Houston, Zane Dennis 157 Huber, Larry Michael 157,77 Huettl, Tom 157 Hutchison, Carles L. 157 Hutchison, Mike Scott 108,158 Jacobs, Neal Clay l5B,96,97,58 Johnson, Jim Vernon 158 Jones, David Lee 158 Jones, Hank 158 Joslin, Bobby Leroy 158 Kilborn, Robin 158 Kissel, Corky 158 Kopp, Richard 158 Krefci, Richard 158 Le Gendre, John 98,158,104,58,45 Levell, Chico 74 Lewis, David 158 Lingres, Tony 159 Long, Dennis Deon 108,159 LOui,Aaron 159,104,70,45 Louderback, James Allen 159 Lundberg, Jonathon Edward 1547.58.74 McAllister, Thomas Edward 160 Mclean, Thomas 160 McMahon, Jack 160,114 Maher, Joseph 159,96,104,97 Mahone, Gerald 98 Mayer, Douglas Richard 160,107,45 Megna, Tony 160,114 Melvin, Robert Douglas 160 Mills, Guy 160,111 Milnes, Glen Arthur 161 Mitchell, Steven Roy 161 Montoya, Leonard Lee 161 Morconb, Ted 161,114,72,45 Morgan, Michael 161 Moulton, Hugh 161 Nichols, Steven George 161 Nielson, Christian 161 Nielson, Kennieth 98,161 Nieznay, Francis Jay 161 Norris, Peter Jay 161 Obezo, Jose 162,102,106,101 Obezo, Jesus Joe 161,102,104,101 Ochaa, James-Angel 162 Olsan,Gary 162,77 Ouellette, James 162 Ozuna, Mike Limon 162 Parra, Carlos 162 Peers, Edward Andrew 162 Perren, Lyman Arthur 74 Fevler,Danny 162,96,58,68,77 Phillips, Frank 162 Pierce, Randy Joe 162 Pittaway, Daniel Lee 162 Popoff, Alex 162,62,77 Quamme, Alan J. 162 Quihuis, Steven David 163,96,58,74 Raney, William Francis 163,98,96,60 Rangel, Joe 163 Reina, Phillip i6:l,9ls,ss Reynolds, Karl Edward 163,107 Reynolds, Martin 163 Rich, Richard Allen Ridgley, George 163 Robertson, Kevin Dale 163,103,1l4,35 Roias, Frank 163 Ross, Marvie 163 Rowland, Ken 163,96,58 Schmidt, David 164,111 Schmidt, Ted Allen 164,96,97,58 Shambaugh, Thomas 164 Short, Thomas 164,97 Slack, Joe 164 Smith, Douglas T. 164 Smith, Mark Gregory 121,164 Smith, Robert Dean 164,111,77 Spinella, Rinaldo Anthony 165,100,108, 121,101 Stapley, Michael Bert 100,165,114 S't. Clair, Steve Ray 165 Steele, Thomas 165,68,77 Stewart, Michael Lee 165 Tomson, Ralph Craig 165 Tosh, David Loren 108,165,114 Treguboff, John Gordon 165 Troup, Michael 165 Valero, Joe M. 166 Von Warmer, Donald Clark 166 Vargas, Pete 106 Verna, Sam 98,166 Voigt, Mark 166 Wager, Eric 93,121,166,45,114,97, 103,38 Watson,Tom 166,96,58,68 Watts, Greg George 166 Weiss, Daniel 166 White, Gene Clint 121,166,119,120 Wiechens, Gary Lee 167,104,70 Wieczorek, James 166 Wilcoxson, Harry Loren 166 Woodman, Mark Ray 167,102,101 Woolstencrott, Carlos 167 Zein, Cherif 167 Zielinski, William J. 167 Zuniga, Tony Rodriguez 167,104 JUNIOR GIRLS Abeyta. Rosanne 167 Agauyo, Diana Rose 153 Aldama, Gloria Irma 153,104 Allen, Laurie Renay 93,153 Allen, Ruth 108,94,153,113 Anderson, Patricia 153,108,106 Arce, Adela 153,119 Arebalo, Lupe 153 Arispa, Angelica 153 Armstrong, Jennifer Sue 153,116,111 Ara, Veronica Julia 153 Bagnall, Karin Louise 153 Balben, Dorothy Marie 153 Barroza, Patsy Pearl 153 Barrientez, Martha 153 Barron, Alice 153 Bayless, Lou Ann 152,94,153,96,97, 38,45 Behner, Catherine Louise 153,93 Benner, Lisa C. 153,114,116 Bernard, Linda Kay 153,103 Bishop, Bridget Katherine 153 Blevins, Kathleen 167 Bouchard, Theresa 153,104 Brooks, Debra Kay 153 Brownlee, Glenya 167 Cabrera, Maria Elsa 154 Cabrera, Maria Theresa 154 Cano, Angie Maria 154 Corey, Dorothy Ann 154 Casey, Sheila Ann 154,112 Cavender, Sharon Lynn 154 Cavender, Karen Lee 154 Chapman, Betty Jean 154 Clark, Susan 154 Coil, Ruby Arlene 154 Cole, Rhonda Sue 154 Coleman, Debbie Kaye 1'54 Cook, Shelly Dawn 154,102 Craft, Linda Christine 108,154 Cross, Kathy Frances 154 Crowley, Karen Ann 154 Dabbs, Judy 154 Daum, Charlotte 154,104 Davis, Molly 154 Dela Rosa, Mary Esther 154 Desgrange, Sue 154 Dickey, Karen 168 Dimmer, Susanne 154,90,93,94 Dominguez, Lydia 154 Dorris, Pamela 154 Doucet, Ardith 114,155 Dube, Janet 155 Erickson, Susan 90,94,155 Espinoza, Carmen 155 Espinoza, Rosa 155 Esquival, Jennie 155 Farris, Marsha 168 Faulkner, Tina 155,113 Fisher, Neva 168,106 Fisher, Nita 168,106 Flom, Jeanette 155,104 Foster, Susan 155 France, Lorraine 168,155 France, Marilyn 168 Franzmeier, Brenda 155 Freouf, Linda 155 Gallardo, Flora 156,104,107 Garling, Alta 156 Giblin, sfendu 94,156 Gilbert, Patricia 156 Gill, Betty A. 156 Gilliland, Karen 156 Gillingham, Jerilyn 156 Goble, Christine 156,104 Goimarac, Deborah 156 Gamaz, Terry 168 Gonzalez, Toni 156 Goodrich, Brenda 156 Grace, Joann 90,93,94,156,104 Greer, Katherine Lee 156,105 eriialvq, Alice 156 Hagan, Joyce Ann 114,116 Hammons, Lynne 156 Harris, Sue 156 Harvey, Catherine 99,157,97,52 Havner, Leslie 157 Henson, Terri Lynn 90,93,94,157,102,97 Hernandez, Donna 168 Herre, Lu Ann 157,113 Herrera, Cecilia 99,94,157,119,120 Holscher, Carolyn Marie 157 Hooks, Jean 90,94,167,45,97,38,152 Hopper, Jean 157 Hughes, Sharon 157,112 Hutchison, Rebecca 157 lnoshita, Marilyn 90,93,94,45,158,97, 103 Jacobs, Cynthia 152,93,94,53,158,38,45 Jenkins, Clarie 158 Jenkins, Mariorie 158 Johnson, Cynthia 158,124,104 Jones, Cynthia 108,158,106,113,34 Kelley, Donna 158 Kendrick, Patricia 158 Knaebel, Phyllis 90,93,94,95 Knudsen, Eileen 158 Lambert, Sharon 158 Larned, Deborah 158 Lentz, Pat 108,106 Lockett, Debbie 159 Lopez, Connie 159,104 Lopez, Maria 159 Lopez, Nancy 159 Lopez, Yolanda 159 Loy, Raye Jean 159 Lucas, Judith 159,90,93,94 McCloskey, Mary 160,116 McGinnis, Karen 160,113,34 Maack, Barbara 159,93,102,114,97,116 Maldonado, Ester 159 Mann, Kathleen 159 Martin, Mindy 159 Mecham, Christine 94,160,104,111 Mecham, Meralee 160,111 Mesa, Helen 160 Metz, Margi 160,110 Miller, Ann 160,90,93,94,97,95 Miller, Nancy 160 Miller, Paula 160 Miller, Roberta 160 Miller, Wetona 160 Monahan, Sandra 161 Moon, Thelma 161 Moore, Jane 161,113 Morales, Yolanda 161,119 Moreno, Theresa 161,104 Myers, Debra Sue 161 Myers, Patricia Ann 161 Niblett, Diana 169,119 Nicholson,Sandra 161 Norgrerl, Christine 169 Nunley, Elissa 161 Oetzel, Karen 107 Ouelleto, Rebecca 162,108,102,106 Patterson, Della 162 Pearson, Vicki 162,102 Peers, Barbara 162,107 Person, Peggy 162,108,113,34,35 Petterborg, Shelley 162 Petty, Kotheryn 162 Platz, Gen Elice 99,169 Porter, Kristine 162 Prefontaline, Cynthia 162 Pristupa, Katherine 162 Pullins, Patrica 162,92,104 Quesada, lsabell 162 Quihuis, Beatrice 162 Radder, Susan 163 Reveles, Irma 163 Robinson, Becky 163,95 Robinson, Doris 163 Rodriguez, Yolanda 163,94 Royals, Margie 163,93,94 Royer, Jan 163 Rynerson, Lynda 163 Salcido, Rosa 163 Salinas, Carmen 163 Sanchez, Leticia 163 5antos,Ernestine 163,473,104 Sario, Peggy 9C1,94,92,104 Sarzoza, Mary 164,104,119 Saucer, Barbara 164,104 Schode, Linda 164 Schaff, Linda 164 Scott, Glynnis 164 Seose, Michele 164 Shumake, Olivia 93,94,164,92,96 Slaughter, Lucille 164 Smith, Rebecca 164 Smith, Stephanie 164 Sorensen, Kay 165,111 Spencer, Susan Marie 165 Strohacker, Nancy 165,104,45 Thompson, Patricia 165 Tolmachoft, Barbara 165,105 Turner, lrene 165,102,97,110 Valdivia, Terry 165 Valenzuela, Cynthia 9,165,97,52 Valenzuela, Dolores 93,165 Van De Putte, Nancy 91,93,94,166 Vick, Barbara 166,110 Wager, Connie 169,114 walrmun, Valerie 166 Waner, Abbie 166 Warren, Kathryn 166 Welker, Susan 166 White, Jane 90,93,166,104,97,45 Whitaker, Barbara 166 Wilber, Linda 166 Williams, Lisa 167 Wood, Grace 167 Wright, Deborrah 167.107 Ybarro, Mary Helen 167 Young, Laura Jean 167,107,97,38,45 SOPHOMORE BOYS Adams, Roger 77,105,173 Akers, Joe 114,173 Allen, Lawrence 77,105,173 Allen, Thomas 173 Alvarez, Albert 173 Anoya, Gilbert 173 Anderson, Ernie 173 Arevalo, Gilbert 173 Armiio, Gene 173 Ashinhurst, Ken 72,104,173 Ayres, Alfred 173 Bailey, Kempton 186 Bakken, Richard 173 Bandi, Robert 173 Barrera, Benny 173 Bee, James 173 Behner, Richard 173 Bell, David 173 Bellemore, Dennis 106,173 Bernard, Douglas 173 Billings, Roger 173 Bing, Sam 186 Bland, David 173 Blevins, David 173 Bohn, Arnold 173 Bohn, Ernest 173 soles, Thomas 173 Boggs, James 173 Boulton, Norman 174 Bower, Bruce 174 Buck, Robert 174 Burns, Steven 174 Butler, Gary 174 Cabrera, Carlos 60,174 Callahan, Michael 104,174 Caratachea, Randy 107,174 Carpenter, Christopher 105,174 Correon, Ramon 174 Carter, Douglas 174 Chambers, Timothy 174 Chatfield, Dean 98,174 Chavez, Pete 174 Clark, David 174 Clark, Michael 174 Clark, Paul 63,77,174 Coble, David 174 Conner, Terry 114,174 Crawford, Melvin 112,174 Cross, Kenley 175 Cruz, Ramiro 175 Daniels, Christopher 104,175 Danielek, Matthew 175 David, Larkin 175 Davis, Daniel 113,175 DeAlejandro, Peter 175 Doetzer, Michael 175 Dominguez, John 175 Dotter, Danny 175 Drought, Brian 101,175 Earls, Leland 186 Ehel, Donald 175 Farris, Allan 175 Ferguson, Michael 77,105,114,175 Fink, Bruce 175 Flowers, Randy 175 Fogelson, David 175 Frederick, Mark 60,68,175 Fronda, Dennis 175 Furze, Michael 60,70,103,175 Garcia, Lee Roy 77,176 Garcia, Martin 176 Gardner, Thomas 68,75,l76 Garland, Edward 68,114,176 Gatica, Manuel 63,77,176 Gennaco, Michael 73,114,176 Gill, James 176 Gonzales, Bobby 176 Gonzales, Richard 176 Gortorez, Danny 176 Graham, David 176 Green, Daniel 176 Green, Lewis 176 Greenwell, Richard 34,108,176 Greer, William 60,68,75,176 Gulick, Bob 176 203 Hailey, Martin 176 Hall, Michael 176 Hampton, Monte 176 Handley, Greg 176 Hanger, David 176 Harris, David 77,176 Hart, Daryl 114,176 Hawkins, Ray 176 Hayes, Artie 98,176 Heltzel, John 60,186 Henry, Ronald 176 Huber, Lawrence 98,l04,l14,177 Hugh, Ian 114,177 Hughes, John 60,70,177 lnglish, Paul 118,177 Ingram, Steven 177 Jackson, Alan 107,177 Jenkins, Chester 60,68,75,177 Jenkins, David 77,114,177 Jiminez, Joe 77,177 Jocewicl, William 114,177 Johansen, Steve 60,177 Johnson, Donald 104,177 Jones, Roger 77,178 Judd, Richard 60,77,178 Kaye, Roger 73,l00,108,178 Kent, Lee 178 Kissel, Carter 175 Kleckner, Thomas 103,107,178 Kalb, Ron 60,75,172,178 Krieger, Ken 105,178 Kuklinski, John 178 laBarr, Toni 178 LaDue, Joseph 178 Landry, Mark 178 Lawson, Antony 60,178 ledasma, Pedro 178 Lewis, Gaylan 178 Light, Dennis 178 Lindenmuth, Rick 100,178 lopez, Arnold 60,178 lopez, Billy 178 Lopez, Mike 178 Lopez, Stteve 178 McCloskey, Mike 179 McMahon, Rodney 179 Mahnke, Dean 178 Maldonado, Ray 178 Marquez, Manuel 178 Martin, Marvin 178 Martinez, Fidencio 104,178 Matthews, James 178 Maynes, Jay 178,6O,77 Meade, Dennis 179 Mendel, Jimmy 98,179 Merrill, Stephen 179 Milam, Rex 179 Mineer, Jim 98,179 Moore, Ron 179 Morales, Ramon 62,77 Morgan, Richard 118,179 Muller, Christian 179 Munoz, Mark 96,179,70,58,77 Murdock, Phillip 118,179,75,68 Nelson, Mark 179 Nordyke, Larry 179 O'Keete, Tom 179 Ortega, Bobby 179 Owens, John 179 Pace, Dale 179 Pacheco, Ray 179 Parks, James 186 Pearson, David 179,73 Perry, David 180 Perry, Kevin 180 Petti9rew, Terry 98,180,60 Petty, Kevin 180 Pfeiffer, Randall 180 Platt, Julian 180 Pluhar, Larry 180 Pomeroy, Richard 180 Press, Henry 180 PristUDa, David 98,180 Pullins, John 180 Quamme, Craig 180 Rames, Mike 180,75 Ramirez, Sam 180,75,77 Ramirez, Victor 180 Ramos, Bennie 114,180 Reagan, Robert 180 Refermat, Thomas 180 Rhodes, Paul 181 Rhodes, William 181 Rich, Richard 181 ,77 Rivera, Angel 181,75 Robinson, David 181,60 Robinson, Richard 181 Rodgers, Kenneth 181 Rodriguez, Jesus 63,77 Rodriguez, Tony 181,77 Rogers, Wally 181 Roias, Frank 181 Roias, Paul 181 Rolfe, Jeffrey 181 Rose, Robert 181,75 Rovey, Lawrence 98,181 204 Sanders, Daniel 182,60,68 Sanderson, Wayne 182 Sario, Donald 182 Sarzoza, Paul 182 Schneider, Scott 182 Sease, Michael 182 Sheets, Alexander 114,182,613 Sherrill, James 182 Shumway, Rick 182 Situentes, George 182,70 Silva, Ramiro 182 Simmons, Glenn 182 Smith, Grady 98,60 Smith, Michael 183 Smith, Thomas 183 Soares, Bill 183 Sparrow, William 183 Spidel, Keith 183 Spiguzza, Larry 183 Stombaugh, David 114,183,1l6,75 St. Clair, John 183 Sulzer, Robert 183,75,68 T0ylor,Daniol 183,113,60 Terry, Bill 183,60,75 Tokarl, Andrew 184,75,68 Tobler, Mark 183,75 Tolmachott, David 183 Treguboff, Dennis 184,60 Twiss, Steve 184 Voldivia, John 184,70 Vanlwol, R. William 184,68,77 Vasquez, Robert 184 Wamsley, Rod 184 Waters, Larry 185 Webb, Ralph 185 Wells, William 104,114,185,75 White, Gene E. 185 Wiechens, Dave 185 Wilkinson, Thomas 185 Williams, Jett 185 Wilson, Steve 185 Wyatt, Kenton 186,74,68 Yanez,Jahnny 186 Young, Chris 186 Zubia, Abelardo 186 SOPHOMORE GIRLS Abel, Lenora 90,94,93,l73,110 Abel, Patricia 91,94,93,l04,173,95, 38,80 Ackley, Denise 105,107,173 Aguila, Olivia 173 Alcaraz, Patsy 173,112 Aldama, Rosie 94,104,173 Almanza, Stella 173 Alva, Petra 173 Alvarez, Juanita 94,173 Alvira, Rosa 173 Amarillas, Norma 173 Amrine, Diana 108,93,106,173 Anderson, Carolyn 173 Arevalo, Rosemary 173 Ansel, Jeanne 99,173 Ashinhurst, Alice 173 Aviles, Mary Helen 94,173 Bailey, Renee 173 Bakken, Susie 173 Benson, Holly 173,116,110 Bills, Julie 104,173 Boomhower, Debra 173 Boone, Rebecca 94,9l,93,186 Bozarth, Leslie 174 Brady, Belinda 94,93,174 Brendel, Bonita 174 Brender, Cindy 174,113 Brennen, Paulette 114 Brink, Paula 174 Brown, Julia 174 Burkey, Janet 174 Burden, Claudia 99,174 Burns, Margaret 99,107,174 Caliendo, Michelle 94,93,174 Cantu, Ginger 174 Carey, Kathy 174 Carrillo, Christine 174 Center, Elizabeth 94,93,174 Cervantez, Angie 174 Chapman, Donna 174 Chavez, Cecilia 174 Cline, Vicki 174 Cobb, Linda 94,93,l74 Coleman, Mime 174,113 Corum, Bobbie 174,192 Curtis, Toni 175 D'Agostino, Irene 108,175 DeAleiandro, Margaret 175 Deem, Karen Sue 90,94,93,175 DeLaHuerta, Susan 94,175 DeLaHuerta, Rachel 104,107,175 DemDseY, Diane 175 Dergan, Karen 175 Dorris, Brenda 175 Earls, Cathlene 175 Eckert, Cheri Ella 121,175 Egel, Donna 104,175 England, Linda 94,175 Espinoza, Dorothy 175 Erikson, Dianna 175 Faulconer, Mardel 175 Flavell, Mary 175 Forman, Charlotte 93,175 Forrey, Debra 93,175 Foughty, Debra 94,93,175,92 Frost, Sharon 175 Garcia, Frances 175 Garcia, Myrna 176 Garcia, Sylvia 176,112 Gaydosz, Debra 176 George, Teri 176 Giordano, Karla 94,93,176,92 Gonzal ez, Margie 176 Goodrich, Bonnie 176 Graham, Betty 176 Graham, Lorna 176 Grantham, Patti 38,94,93,176,53,l11 Gritalva, Alice 176 Guebara, Becky 176 Gutierrez, Rita 176 Hanes, Hanks, Jean 176 Princess Ann 10Z,107,176,112 Hart, Dayle 114,176 Hartman, Pamela 176 Hender Hernan Heinan son, Jackie 94,176 dez, Cruz 94,176 dez, Martha 176 Hernandez, Rose 176 Herrera, Jennifer 172,176,38 Hickey, Nancy 177 Hicks, Treva 177 Hi9h, Pamela 177 Hinkel, Shirley 177 Huante, Esperanza 177 Hubbard,Muriel 177 Huettl, Jeri 177 Irwin, Bonita 94,186 Jack, Margaret 93,177 Jack, Michelle 9o,94,172,ise,95 Jahnke, Caral 177 Jensen, Marsha 177 Joiola, Jones, Theresa 178 Linda 178 Lamphear, Dawn 94,911,183 Ledesma,.Cain1en 178 lee, new Ann 94,937 6,178,95,92, 113 z, 4,911,178 Lester, Linda 178 Levake, Debra 178 Lincoln, Alice 178 Linares, Lupe 178 Linker, Gracie 178,116 Locker, Laura 108,106,178 Lopez, Irene 178 Lopez, Julia 178 Lopez, Mary 178 lovelady, Cynthia 91,93,172,178,95 Luevano, Rachel 178 Lundberg, Laurie 94,175,113 McCormick, Penny 121,93,179 McDavid,Judy 93,179 Mccilyrmrami 93,179 McGuire, Elizabeth 94,93,1o5,114,17 McLean, Juanita 179 McNalley, Michelle 179 Mahle, Janet 178 Maldonado, Esther 178 Maloney, Sandra 114,178,113 Maze, Belva 179 Mendez, Terry 179 Menefee, Patricia 105,107,179 Mesa, Angie 179 Miller, Mary 106,179 Milligan, Sherry 179 Mills, Paula 179 Miner, Edith 179 Minton, Donna Lou 179,113 Montes, Beatrice 179 Montoya, Clara 179,112 Morawski, Deborah 90,94,93,l79 Mueller, Nancy 94,179 Mundale, Susan 179 Murphy, Marilyn 91,94,93,179 Nielsen, Agnes 179 Norris, Kathleen 179 Norton, Margaret 179 Ollmann, Lynn 179 Padilla, Aurelia 180 Pakos, Karen 179 Perren, Holly 179 Perry, Debbra 180 Perry, Linda 94,180 Petrott, Kathryn 108,93,105,180 Phillips, Janie 94,180 Pickett, Laura 180,113 Porch, Caryn 9l,94,93,180,11l,38 Pugh, Vicky 180 Rayfner, Marilyn 94,93 Reina, Anita 180 Riley, Jan 105,181,111 Riley, Judie 181 Rockett, Patricia 181 Rodriguez, Carmen 181 Rodriguez, Ester 181 Rodriguez, Luoe 181 Roebuck, Adell 118,181 Rogers, Coleen 181 Rohr, Mary 181 Roios, Margaret 181,80 Rowles, Vicki 181 9 Scott, Cindy 182 Sahr, Bettie 182 Schmidt, Diana 105,182 Schuderer, Kathy 182 Severin, Patricia 108,913,182 Sexton, Nancy 182,40 Seymour, Cheryl 182 Shannon, Marsha 182 Situentes, Rachel 182 Sigmund, Patricia 182 Silva, Irene 182 Simpson, Michelle 91,94,93,l82,113,38 Smith, Kathy 182 Snowberger, Katherine 183,113 Snyder, Shelly 183 Stewart, Debra 183 Stewart, Marilyn 183 Stinett, Leda 183 Strohm, Michelle 183,113 Taylor, Cynthia 183,110,34 Teague, Sherry 183 Terry, Teresa 108,93,183,38 Thacker, Sue 183 Truett, Beth 184 Tucker, Nancy 184 Valenzuela, Cecilia 184 Valenzuela, Julie 94,93,104,107 Valles, Lupe 184 Vandre, LouAnn 184 VanTuyl, Sandra 184 Varella, Rosie 94,184 Vaught, Alice 94,102,114,184 Vaught, Alicia 99,102,106,184 Vetrano, Rebecca 104,184 Wallace, Kathie 184 Wanamoker, Cathy 94,93,184,3B Warner, Sharon 93,184 Watson, Jane 185 Wayerski, Nadine 185 Weaver, Sheila 99,185 Weekley, Melissa 185 White, Nancy 108,93,185,111 Whitehurst, Kristi 94,93,l72,185,92 Whitson, Rita 186 Whittield, Marilyn 185 Wilkinson, Karen 185 Wilkinson, Kathryn 185,112 Willis, Kathy 114,185 Winning, Deborah 185 Wise, Jacaueline 185 Woodland, Martha 186 Zambra, Christina 186 FRESHMAN BOYS Abeyta, Steve 191 Abts, Craig 108,114,19l,1l2 Aguilar, Angel 191 Akin, Norman 191 Anderson, Douglas 191,77 Anderson, Michael 100 Arthur, Joseph 105,191 Bagnall, Kenneth 112 Baker, Mike 191 Balch, Ricky 114,191 Banda, Bobby 191 Barnard, Mike 108,191 ,34 Barton, Jim 191 Benge, Barton 191 Bennalley, Anthony 191,38 Bishop, Evan 191 Blackburn, Gary 191 Blaisdell, Richard 191 Blevins, Ray 112,69 Bokowski, David Joe 191 Baotz, Jeff 191,75,69 Bowers, GarY 191 Brender, Kim 191,73 Britt, Mike 191 Brown, Bryce 191,73 Bull, Raloh 191 Burruel, Gus 195,75,69 Burton, Rick 191 Cabrera, Albert 191 Campion, Randy 191 Corrasco, Ricky 192 Castro, Frank 192 CherrY, Brent 192 Cherry, Mark 192 Chlupsa, George 192,110 Churchill, Carl 192 Cisneros, Tino 192 Clayton, Norman 98,192 Comertord, Chris 192 Contreras, Ernest 192 Coronado, Angel 192,69 Criswell, Gary 192,77 Croxdale, Patrick 192,77 Dobbs, Steve 114,192 Dennis, Dusty 192 Diffie, Clinton 192,112,70,77 Dimmer, Marc 192 Dominguez, Arthur 192 Dorsey, Robert 193 Doucet, Dale 193 Doyle, Jerry 193,77 Drury, Lesley 193 Duncan, George 77 Eckert, Breaux 193,75 Edwards, Doug 193,75,69 Ehle, Henry 193 Elliott, John 193 Elmer, Tim 112 Escamillo, Tony 193 Espinoza, Freddie 193,63,77 Espinoza, Manuel 193 Estrella, Frank 193 Ezell, William 193,75,69 Ezzell, Ralph 193 Faulckner, Dale 193 Federwisch, Rodney 114,193,69 Fiori, John 193,75 Floor, Mark 193 Foster, Gary 193 Fredrickson, Allen 193 French, Micheal 114,193 Frost, Jack 193 Garcia, Raul 201 Gibbons, Barry 201 Garland, Bob 114,73,69 Giblin, lorry 194,75 Gillott, Paul 194,70 Glazebrook, Richard 201 Goimarac, Mike 108,105,77 Gonzales, Armando 194 Gonzales, lanacio 194 Gonzales, Peter 194 Gonzales, Bob 194 Goss, Charles 114,194,70,75 Padilla, Stephen 197 Patterson, John 197,77 Patterson, Sam 98,197 Pedilla, Tony 198 Person, Marvin 108,198,112,69 Pilgrim, Ray 198 Potf, David 198,75 Poisel, Bernie 198 Porch, Randy 93,198,70,73 Potter, Roger 198 Prior, Philip 198 Pritchard, Monte 198 Puleo, James 96,198,70,58,77 Rode, Armin 100,198 Ramirez, Richard 201 Ray, Randy 198 Retermat, Mike 198 Relaford, Fredie 198 Reynolds, Rodney 198 Rhodes, Charles 198 Rich, James 190,198 Riner, Brad 198,69 Robledo, Bobert 198 Rocha, Adam 198 Rockwell, David 198 Rodriguez, Jose 19B Romo, Frank 199,77 Ronnie, Dan 104,199 Roper, Stanley 199,75,69 Rose, John 199,75 Russell, Robert 199 Grape, Richard 112 Green, Ted 194 Griltin, Lonnie 194 Griialva, Frank 194 Guardino, Freddie 194 Guerra, Bob 194 Gulliver, Tom 194,75 Gutierrez, Tony 194 Hammett, Mike 194 Horber, Rick 194 Hardin, Greg 194,107,77 Harper, Jesse 194 Horrel,Ron 194 Harrington, Patrick 194 Harris, Glenn 194 Harl, Paul 194 Hartman, Rusty 194 Hensley, Joe 194,74,69 Hernandez, Cruz 194 Hernandez, Frank 194 Hickey, Michael 194 Hicks, Charles 194 Hildebrand, Greg 106,194 Hixson, Charles 194 Hodgkins, Gregg 195,74 Houston, Bruce 100,95 Howard, Charles 195 Humphreys, Edward 93 Hunt, Lee 77 Hutchens, Alfred 195 lde, Robert 195 Jahnko, John 195 Janesik, Paul 195 Jaramillo, Harold 195 Jenkins, Gary 195,77 Johnson, Tom 195,77 Jones, Tom 201 Judd, Joel 195 Keyes, Eric 195 Kissling, Merle 195,69 Klass, Martin 114,195,70 Kundsen, Terry 195,112,70 Krueger, Jeff 195 Lambert, Duane 195 lauchner, Wade 195,75 l.eDrew, John 195,73 lee, Manuel 195,77 Lewis, Sherwin 98,195 list, Edmund 196 little, Bruce 104,196 Lopez, Eddie 196 lopez, Martin 70 lopez, Richard 196,70 Luft, Curtis 201 McCutcheon, David 114,196 McElroth, Jerry 196,73 McElroy, Leslie 1o6,75,69 Maggord, Steve 196 Mahnke, Duane 105,96,77 Marshall, Steve 196 Martin, Larry 196 Martinson, Richard 196 Mason, James 196,69 Mata, Johnny 196,77 Mayer, sob 196,70 Mensendick, Jerry 106,196,69,77 Meza, Ralph 196 Miller, James 103,196 Mohamed, David 196 Moreno, Albert 197 Moreno, Frank 197 Mothershead, Robert 197,75 Niblett, Johnny 98,197 Nicholson, Melvin 197 Nieznay, Thomas 98,197,73 Norgron, Keith 197,75,69 Norisavsky, Bob 197 Nunez, Rudy 75 Okurna, Don 197 Olstadt, David 197 Ormsby, Bob 197 Ortega, Mike 197 O"1'olle 197 Owens, John 197 Salcido, Victor 199,75 Salmon, Kenneth 199,70 Sanchez, Frank 199 Sanchez Juan 199 Sanchez, Richard 75,69 Sanchez, Ruben 199 Sanders Dana 199,75 Sanderson, Dale 199 Santa Maria, Tony 199 Santa Maria, Vince 199 Santillan, Ronnie 199 Sorzoza, Pete 199,69 Schell, Bobby 77 Schmidt, Mike 199,75,69 Schwortzkaph, Marc 199 Sebben, Steven 199 Servello, Scott 199 Sexton, Jimmy 105,199,611 Sherrill, Dick 199 Shores, Philip 199,77 Silva, Leonard 200 Simpson, Michael 199 Sims, Mike 200 Sing, Tom 108,190,200 Smith, Grady 200 Smith, James 200 Stanley 200 Soke, Chris 200 Solil, Paul 200 Sorensen, Scott 200,111,73 Sprdel, David 200 Stewart, Stanley 200 Suda, Jock 200 Sulzer, Gary 200,75,68 Sweet, Richard 200 Tacho, Manuel 201,63,75 Taylor, David 200 Thompson, Keith 200 Thomson, Russell 200 Utter, Steve 200 Van Camp, Peter 200,77 Varela, Tony 200 Watts, Dole 201 Watts, Dwain 201 Whitfield, Michael 98 Wiese, Michael 201,77 Wilkins, Nathan 201 Wilks, Stcven 201 Willis, Kenny 201 Willis, Steve 201,69,77 Witherspoon, Roger 201 Woolstencrott, David 201 Woods, Brad 201,75,69 Worthy, Lix 201,75 Ybarra, Frank 201,75 Ynzunza, Joseph 201 Ybanez, Trini 201 Zanin, John 201 FRESHMEN GIRLS Abbott, Bonnie lou 191 Aguilar, Sophia 191 Aldama, Carmen 191 Allison, Cytnthia 93,191 Alvira, Josiofina 191 Arce, Stella 191 Arispo, Albesa 191 Bailey, Brenda 191,112 Bailey, Brenna 93,191,112 Balderaz, Dolores 191 Barnett, Belinda 106,173 Barnes, linda 107 Baxter, Marla 93,191 Behrle, Jeri 95,191 Beier, Carol 93,95,191 Bentezel, Dorothy 93,191,112 Berger, Beverly 191 Blankenship, Donna 191,107 Blount, Sherry 191,107 Boone, Heather 104,191 Bowman, Marilyn 95,191 Burgers, Jrrdnh 191 Byrne, Mary 93,191 Conafax, Janis 93,192 Carrillo, Mary lou 105,192 Carter, Terry 93,192 Cates, Cheryl 192 Cavonaugh, Debra 192,112 Center, Pam 93,95,192 Chambers, Kay 192 Charlebais, Debbie 192 Clark, Cynthia 192 Coil, Pat 192 Collins, Olela 108,192 Cones, Marlo 108,192 Connell, Gail 93,95,190,192 Cons, Frances 192 Cook, Kathy 192,107,112 Cooper, Mickie 103,105,106,192,38 Craft, Barbara 93,192 Cross, Audrey 192 Dager, Mary 192 David, Yvonne 192 Davis, Connie 192 Delgado, Mary 192 Dennison, Karen 192,112 Dominguez, Lorraine 192 Dorris, Dianna 192 Drury, Leslie 93 Dube, Vicki 193 Durtee, Deborah 95,193 Easley, Janet 93,95,193,38 English, Susan 201 Engnell, Jeanette 114,193 Erikson, Mickey 193 Escobedo, Nancy 95,193 Espinoza, Christie 193 Espinoza, Christine 193 Espinoza, Mary 201 Epinoza, Patsy 193 Esquivel, Martha 190 Ethington, Ann Elizabeth 193 Evansky, Betsy 193 Falduto, Cormella 193 Federico, Mary Helen 193 Felix, Dorine 93,193 Fenwick, Melony 193 Fine, Toni 193 Foisel, Karen 95 Forrey, Sandra 93,193 Franco, Rose 193 Fritschi, Karen 193 Furze, Cynthia 105,193 Garcia, Patricia 93,102 Garling, Karen 194 Gericke, Ruth 10B,104,194,113 Gibbs, Lois 99,194 Gill, Jane 194,112 Gilsdort, Kinberly 95,194 Goke, Cynthia 194 Gonzales, Erlinda 194 Gonzales, Odulia 194 Gonzales, Maria 194 Gooch, Jana Kay 194 Gortarez, Rebecca 93,194 Grace, Gail 95,104,194,92,38 Gradilla, linda 194 Gritfis, Jamie 104,194 Grogg, Sandy 93,19-4,95 Guebara, Grace 194 Gustafson,Jacauiline 194 Gutierrez, Mary 194 Havner, Valinda 194 Hernandez, Anna 194 Hernandez, Isabel 194 Hernandez, Lydia 194 Hernandez, Sonny 194 Herren, Vicki 112 Hertz, Susan 194 Hobesh, Marsha 201 Horner, Deborah 195 Hornung, Sally 195,112 Horst, Margaret 195 Hospelhorn,Jacaueline 195 Hospi, Anett 195 Houtman, Kathleen 195 Hugh, Bonnie 93,195,218 Hutchison, Deborah 195,112 lvicevic, Monika 99,195 Jacobs, Patricia 195 Jimenez, Dahalia 195,112 Johnson, Janet 195 Johnson, Marilyn 93,195 Joiola, Cathy 93,195 Juhasz, Duane 195 Juarez, Sarah 195 Kinslow, Emily 195 Kiser, Cindy 195 Kleinschmidt, Paulette 195 Knutson, Denise 195 Kruppo, Margarette 104,195 Lacy, Patricia 195 Leiia,Patsy 195 Lindberg Susan 93,195 Lopez, Eleanor 93,196 Lopez, Mary 196 Loustaunau, Gloria 196 1oy,v1ck1 196 McAllister, Cynthia 93,196 McEntire, Peggy 196 McMahon, KathY 196 Macius, Betty 196 Maior, Pamela 196 Martin, Cindy 196 Martinez, Nancy 196 Martin, Judy 196 Martinez, Rosemary 196 Mothieson, Donna 93.196 Mayo, Cynde 95,196 Mendez, Tonia 196 Matz, Elaine 196,112 Metzler, Susan 114,196 Mills, Gloria 196 Montana, Ann 196 Montoya, Kathy 196,117 Morawski, Cynthia 95,197 Morcomb, Anno 95,114,197 Morgan, Debra 197 Moulton, Michelle 197 Muller, Wendy 197 Murray, Dianna 197 Muse, Rosetta 197 Naleway, Renetta 197 Nettles, Helen 197 Nevarez, Rosie 197 Nolan, Nancy 197 Norris, Deborah 197 O'Keefe, Roberta 197.112 Parra, Lorrie 197 Patterson, Jennifer 93,95,197 Peers, Nancy 193,107 Perault, Carol 93,198 Perren, Camille 198 Perry, Linda 198 Pinkerton, Denise 194,198 Pledger, Donna 93,198 Press, Mary 108,95,104,198 Pritchard, Terry 201,103 Rancier, Michelle 198 Redondo, lrma 198 Reece, Cindy 198 Reed, Billie 198 Resendes, Gudalupe 198 Rettig, Christine 198 Riley, Kathy 198 Robertson, Lisa 93 Rodriguez, Nestoria 199 Rodriguez, Rosie Rogers, Becky 199,112 Rogers, Kathy 199 Ross, Diana 199 Sagrillo, Twila 199 Santa Cruz, Gloria 199 Santillan, Diana 199 Santas, Virginia 93,199 Scibilia, Patricia 199 Seely, Debra 95,201 Seely, Jeanne 93,199 Shadday, Shirley 199 Shaffer, Pattiiean 93.199 Shields, Mary 99,199 Sidinger, Patricia 103r199 Situentes, Elizabeth 200 Simpsom, Debbie 200,112 Skinnker, Jill 93,200 Slono, Deborah 200 Smilianich, Rose 200 Smith, Connie 200 Smith, Lauren 200,112 Snyder, LeeAnn 200,112 Springmann, Debbie 93,95,200 Tordy, Judy 93,200,118 Tardy, Lindo 93,200 Taylor, Valerie 200,112 Templeton, Deanna 200 Tenuta,Jodie 93,95,190,200,92,53 Thompson,AIico 200 Tillia,Marie 200 Tolrnachotf, Diane 105,200 Tolmachofhsandy 105,200,38 Tolmachoff, Susan 190,200 Towner, Teresa 93 Traubel, Christine 95,105,200 Valenzuela, Elizabeth 200 Vasquez, Irene 200 Verna, Jackie 93,201 Villa, Isabel 93,95 Wager, Dolores 93,114,343 Warren, Carole 201 Watson,GwendaIyn 201 White, Julie 93,105,201 Whitmoyer, Roxanne 93-201 Wierson, Katherine 93,201 Wilcoxson, Debbie 201 Williams, Debbie 93,201 WilliamS,1'orry 93,201 Winn, Terry 201 Yazzie, Loretta 201 Zambrand,Marie 93 205 :Rx . ,, .W ' 'NAQGLV ,14.' 11 ' , ,W ,,.,, gg ,W v itgg km, ww 1 Nea 41,13 1iffiTi:a'11zn:p,L JI' x v--,fx-?.,2.1,,.n:Li, 1 4' wx I--t - Bi 2 Er' f' 2 'Q ff, Q A. ,QA KS' f xx, X , ,X ' ang Y M A yx 9? - 5252-f - . 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Glendale Avenue Phone YE 7-8314 ll AQ'j,EfvG,1lj',QQ:,fxQE 533995 0 GLENDALE ARMA 8530' 1007ixlilllzlllliiN:l:IlixlllERSi:lliEllATES L l Electrical Appliances and Furniture l-L 7 ll Sales . . . Service 0 S H YONY l2l'NI-.RALl,I,OVl'Nl.R lUS.-Xl Rl TJ ll ZLOCATIONS ll Y 7031 N.51TH DR,934-5121 6a35N.5sTHuR,934-51219. 213 i Glendale, Arizona 85301 7011 North 58th Ave. Izmfmnre IGENT fllVlll YOU Ylllf' 934-720 I '7 Sckce 7720 4 4, 1 Gu, avwl 'flue ,Ag 6.1. .1 wg , J 1 X , , Auf S fp-55551:-. . 1 K ,......... . - . f .... . VX! .QE::Q2E,.:,,,,::,::,1.,,.:.,.:,::, "-'--' :mf .1.Q-1-:-:-:::::::::::-:-:--'-- ., .... . valine 1 Look to your nearby Valley Bank office for A X friendly guidance as you enter the business world ii' "W" 4, We are vitally interested in ou, for tomorrow's Arizona . Z Y leaders will come from your ranks. VVe want you as 5 5:25 555 .-:-n:4:i:fEI5fEIE5Z:555" . .A,. Z S Q , . . ..,.,. ? a cu stomer, and will zz p preczate your account, X X - X however small. Your banker can serve ,gf 3 Y ff: " ff' 1 E sei you all your life, so join the bank that Mi fy A X 1 5 ' 5 - offers more, the bank that gives you ii rl 'V if- . . . . - - ' , X Hze finest personal service zn Arizona! Euwujwlwoe utjllfuogcma, E : i mmm l'l'lIr'ml llupmif lnwmmf c'w,mnnim MORE THAN 100 OFFICES ' Deposits Over S1 Billion ,Mft Yiifl-TFiffl5 Asdell cmd Asdell Richfield Oil Products James E. Acridge . . O eraior 6001 West Glendol A Glendale, A -40 MASTERS TV 7016 N. 5811: Dr. 10621 Peoria Ave. Glendale Sun City 939-8356 933-0181 Magnavox COLOR SPECIALISTS x Service On: '1 EN1ERr4l,, - Tv-Black and wha+e. Color 0 ZZ: . ..Z Z., 4, 0 Aufo and Home Radio XS' 'Jr 0 Hi-Fi and Sfereo f . TV 'EERE TV and Radio Ren'1a1s . o . X l g: rr: . 1 I sgisis:-qz,:,..Q 4, is 'f :liz F 0 1 0' I ru N U 1 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANC Best Wishes .EE from SINE HARDWARE FROM A Greal' Wesfern Hardware Tfii Associaiecl Siore 6829 N. 58+h Dr. in M Nr. rlzona IIN' BANK S I N C E 1 9 0 2 5552 W. Glendale Ave THE VALLEY PRINTERS LETTER PRESS-OFFSET Comp1e'1'e Prinfing Service 5812 Wesf Glenn Drive 939-1491 Glendale, Arizona I I I Congratulations Class of '69 GLENDALE BUS DEPOT Tickets 9 Package Express Charters 9 Tours AGENTS FOR Greyhound Valley Transit Las Vegas Tonaph Stages Sun Valley Bus Lines 682I North 57th Ave. , YE 7-8068 I I Valley Gin Co, Peoria, Arizona I I MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY I We're pretty well equipped to do it. For I here, at Arizona Public Service, is where we think you'll find opportunity knocking. We're looking for young people to fill our ranks. People with imagination and drive to meet the challenging demands of the future. People in all phases: engineering and imagineering, sales, data processing, business administration and electronic applications. But most of all we desire people with a strong sense of responsibility to the community in which they live. We call them the bright people. WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT 6729 North 57th Drive 1 .fi 1, f r. ' ' i a-1 ,- . W1 , A , P i z' ' mir? . J I 9 a ?41K'4Y""' ' p r ll x , V 937-9238 937-5188 217 Q5.L:Av5,f., IIVAI ELECTRIC CO. 5323 W. Glendale Ave. Glendale, Arizona Store and Office . 937-9277 Kee S k D- Electrical Service . 937-4622 P G e lumonds Appliance and Motor Service . . 937-558i MARSH JEWELRY Glendale, Arizon CI AUTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF Tl-IUNDERBIRD BANK XX' "ffX'a I Lf . If fu A fi,.w7 ,fMw19V , Lf, I .ji ' Uwe J,L,4,cr4.1X' 1'-fi' H fwvfiff Tri-City West 5928 W. Glendale Ph 937-309, Triumph ond Suzuki - 3l Ruin Scales, Service and Ports l , n . f l n7'.4f,,,,.,,g3, FRANK'S RADIO 6. TV 4744 wss'r GLENDALE Ave. GLENDALE, ARIZONA SALES 81 SERVICE -. of JACK REED'S CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH . 4600 WesrGler1dc1le Avenue ' P.O. Box 185 the S V mc. GLENDAL5 AWZONA 853m 7123 North 5 Avonzowgrcgdolo, Arizona iLLE.M:DAI:LlELLELgll 'All' " L 9344981 uu,, f lll 'll Ill Tx , , lr .A . oi .x., A no , 4, -- iowozxoaowomuzm. sem I, ,aj-V,, H W'-V 'ff ae ., . ynzoif ,WV ,ww -- ' 1-:Q Qnlomal Ecu-se OF BEAUTY 3 wig sales, and ser-vice. Glen Park Mall 'nmzrmssultwwe Glendaleakizona Carpeling 0 Tile 9 Linoleum 934'7235 gmtzok Flooring 5609 W. Glendale Ave. GLENDALE, ARIZONA "lemme you' ABQ mln Mzhyaf' Open Evenings Phone 937-3321 lxl I Illt, lfllll' 219 -1 Patrons of the 1969 Cardinal Dr. Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Mr Dr. and Mrs. T. Kumagai . and Mrs. Y. Motoyoshi . and Mrs. C. E. Simpson and Mrs. John J. Bragone . and Mrs. Sam Patterson . and Mrs. H. Lee Dyer and Mrs. Y. Miyauchi . and Mrs. Robert D. Lundberg and Mrs. Angelo Lopresto L. Nelson Butler . and Mrs. Norman Wykoff . and Mrs. Charles R. Smith .and Mrs. G. C. White and Mrs. Richard Matsushi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA I would like to take this opportunity to offer my sincere thanks and deepest gratitude to the business- men of the valley who very graciously supported our movement. Without their benevolent assistance there might have never been a '69 Cardinal. I would like also to thank Eric, Karen, D. K., Gary, Bill, Gene, Chuck, Chris, Vera, Pam, Susie, Bart, Arlo, Tonni, Mo, Bonnie, and Lyndon but last but not least Miss Claunch for all the assistance they have given me. Em Sincerely yours, W5 'Z-4? Jim Dyer in dedication Heroism, says Webster, implies superlative, often transcendent courage-especially in fulfilling a superhumanly high purpose where the odds are against one. This book is dedicated to Miss Bettye Beauchamp who showed everyone at Glendale that such courage can come in a dainty guise. Editor's Page the end of A YEAR IN THE LIFE.. It was quite a time. Quite a year. I don't think that there will ever be another year quite like it. It was a great year for student spirit ll never will forget the Cortez basketball game.J It was a year that had its moments of deep sadness and of almost uncontrollable exuberance that revealed people as being as human as they are . . . But thot's not what I came here to talk to you about. A great many people help to put out a yearbook and some of them are never prominently mentioned and the student body and community never realize their hard work and contributions. I know that we could have never pro- duced the Cardinal without the help and moral support of people like Gene White, Ellen Benge, Mark Smith and Glenda Erickson. These people went far beyond the call of duty to help make the Cardinal the publication we think it is. Our Associate Editor, Chuck Lopresto and Photography Editor, Chris Wykoff belong in this number also. They worked many hours overtime putting out a yearbook that carries no aca- demic credit for its staff members while some of them, at the same time, worked with equal vigor to produce our school paper, the Hi-Lites. The staff is not alone, though, in people who helped the yearbook along. My cap is off to Jim Dillehay who helped us with our pictures on several occasions. To Mrs. White who let us use the iournalism room more than once. To Helen Nowlin and Sylvia Hammon of Updike's Studios whose help was greatly appreciated. To all the club sponsors and officers who helped us with photo I.D.'s and copy prepara- tion. To Ricky Nelson Csnickerj and finally to all the teachers who let staff members out of class on the occasion- ally vital times when their help was needed. I would like to thank as a whole and individually the staff. They've all been great. We've had a lot of Renaissance men working on the staff this year. They've done several jobs and did them all well. Gene White and Mark Smith not only did the Junior section but also helped patch up others, sold ads and took pictures. Diane Miyauchi and Leonard Escudero fWho did the Sports with help from Harold Flom.J also sold ads and did their time as photog- raphers. Ellen Benge, David Young, and Glenda Erikkson doubled from clubs and helped Bart Leuser with the Senior Register and index. Bill Asdell took time off after he had completed the Administration section to help us sell ads. Our business staff included Jim Dyer, Karen Motoyoshi, Eric Wager and Diane Miyauchi. Chuck Lopresto headed the mammoth Activities section which included the Honorees and Royalty done respectively by Pat Murphy and Tonni Tenuta. All three later helped in the ads and with the final assembly of the book. Ron Spinella, Edgar Ethington and Ken Krieger were our photographic staff this year under the direction of editor Chris Wykoff. Our other class editors Rick Stewart, Cheri Eckert, Penny McCormick and Nita Pomeroy worked harder than many on their sections and it shows. And an especial grocias goes out to our friend and advisor, Miss Laura Claunch. Without her help, hard work and guidance the Cardinal would have ceased it's existence in the planning stage. Once again, thank you. 8 2O! I Gary Simpson, Editor. I ' I X 4 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "Thu World- luv Yulbooh An hvlov nun: 1-mm 1 e -an-'f . ...eo K' E7ff'2Qf WS5:g'9 21 bf iwwiafiobl Egbj-Q if if? 3 if .x Q Q , A 17 'Aff' 'X fx , J A-32 "' X C:w. N" 4. ,--, , 21,3111 , . Qui- if 6 W X 4f,f' ifig 1 Q? Q' Q 2.5" 7' ,H 5 vnu Q .-5117, by 19 may jf DVA U11 ,Y hx ' Y I g ,pf ww l 21 7 A dv Y' K V! f- VF Q1 1 W 5 ILJSC pl-9, P 1 9 Z PU Ni-3' mf wifg Lfx aiu, XM if 4' QQLQLH L-V F 13 ,ffyzgi MA W Q W V' 'fi fi' K X czxxj Q'?"i-"' gtg, iggr A gee' Qi? clit x WQ?Q,x . W f : , 'ig Qi W M f 5 K wgfi 7 'PN U . 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