Mount Miguel High School - Mil Memorias Yearbook (Spring Valley, CA)

 - Class of 1973

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I h l:'.: '.i'5'x5 . . ,M +++ ws ., . 1 , lu ws COI1t9 l1tS living. . .8 student Ilfeg sports learning. . .60 organizationsg administrations growing. . .128 freshmeng sophomoresg juniorsg seniors projecting. . .230 3 ..,-.I , you are an individual being, a member of our ever-changing world. in essence, you are living, either by being active in sports or by watching as a fan. everyone has a unique way of living. no matter what way of living you may prefer, you are constantly learning from the experiences you as a person are encountering. you'll find that living and learning are two important aspects of being. a classroom full of raised hands can show either the quantity of learning going on, or hovv pro- grammed we as students are to our instructors' demands Qabovel. illustratingtheirjoy overa victory, some cheerleaders and a muddy, weary football player give the sign of matador pride Qrightl. 4 U' 1' ' i ' 51 1 ! BX 9 concentrating on the n es in front of him, john mc phereson has made music a part of his life, Qleftl. beth santangelo and others like her help keep classes interesting, fbelowl. classes like auto mechanics train hands to rneet life, work fbottoml perhaps you are assuming that living and learning are the only two elements of being. but note that we cannot do either without growing through the experiences we are encountering at school. and though life at mt. miguel may be only a foundation, we are constantly projecting plans for a future pattern of life. pausing for a moment of self meditation is jerry hunter ltop rightj. participation seems to be important to laura vonkline and her friend as they apple bobb Qabovel. 6 exhibiting enthusiasm at a pep rally, this spirited matador ignores the apathetic crowd Qbottom, opposite pagej. bringing a bit of happiness into this boy's life, a stray dog enjoys the attention Qlefti. working together on mil memorias staff, tina may and bob erhorn find a rare moment of silence fbelowj. symbolizing lite and growth, the sun at san jacinto projects through the branches of a pine lbottomj. 7 gym, -W 'v 4 V in v 'A ,IV . 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V ,F f- W, , , UK- despite the unexpected and quite discouraging downfall of rain, animo week added enthusiastically to school spirit. the animo bar-b-q was but the first of many exciting events. no amount of smoke in the quad prevented the students, their parents, and friends from becoming involved in the ever-growing spirit present that evening. this was when the cheerleaders, football teams, class and asb officers, teachers, administrators, and ptsa officers were announced. later in the week, a few football scrimages were held. both teams displayed great drive and effort. just before the football carnival, a pep rally was held expressing a real effort for the spirit needed to get involved in school activities. another purpose for these animo activities was the necessity for students to pick up where they left off last year. 1. at the animo supper, fathers cooked hamburgers for hungry students and their families. 2. asb and student class officers wait to be introduced at the animo supper. 3. perry tull winning the apple-bobbing contest during homecoming week. 4. monica chamberlain puts on a banderette grin during a half-time show. 5. the matador poster just before our team breaks through during the football carnival. 6, bryant calhoun makes wrong turn. 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' ,fs Wwhgmm L4 at the start of this 1972-73 school year, the students were beginning to settle down into the old school routine. besides the amount of effort needed to get back into studying, students were encouraged to join several class discussions and take part in individual projects. for the first time, students were allowed to chose their own classes, plus their favorite teachers, and the preferred period for each class. e.s.p. was successful and will take place with only a few changes at the beginning of next year. 1. in a spare moment between her hetic class schedule, yolanda marmolejo is enjoying the classical novel H2099 with the wind." 2. explaining methods for student experiments, mr. swanson gets full attention from his second period physics class. 3. given a chance to set their own study habits, mrs. hanson's fourth-year spanish class enjoys independent study method of learning. 4. students from mr. engberg's health class experiment with blind-folds and canes to experience what it is like to be blind. 5. paul copeland gives new members of the mil memorias staff an insight on the work that a yearbook class consists of. 6. a lone girl enjoys the quiet of mount migue-l's quad for studying purposes. I 1 , E i , I. the homecoming court of 1972-73 is queen diane carlson, princess sue brown, princess pam mitchell, princess jan utterback, princess karen schuff. the queen was announced on october 27 during homecoming halftime. .143 I5 i E Q i showing fabulous school spirit and talent, this year's choir assembled a hillbilly float for homecoming which won them first place and a twenty-five dollar prize. this particular float, as well as many others created by various school groups, were proudly displayed at the football game. following the hillbilly floats were the homecoming finalists: diane carlson, karen schuff, sue brown, jan utterback and pam mitchell. the girls anxiously awaited the announcing of the 1972-73 queen. after what seemed like hours, diane carlson was crowned queen. 1. following the theme of hillbillies, the junior class float made its debut. 2. princess sue brown with escort tony Suther- land and attendant nana corfield. 3. princess pam mitchell escorted by doug gegax. her attendant, susie pickerd, is not shown. 4. princess karen schuff and escort mark schuff was attended by Ieslie jefferies. 5. princess jan utterback, attendant leesa taylor with escort paul harding. 6. diane carlson with escor't john bains. not shown: queen diane's attendant, cathy sparacino. 1 .1 ei H, 5 1 at ffl ' 42fZ2t2vtagssf 2'?5ff s r if J rf1ea42'e Q bfi a i V -1"A ' Q . FA vAL ALLm,Ax ,.A,,.., L,"',.,.' i f f t . t tttt a wage i L: eswemwwwmw Q'f-'1' " - this year's senior banquet was held atthe famous shearaton inn. hypnohmng interested students was doctor ia mes down. a canned foods drive was sponsored by this yea r's a.s.b. forthe purpose of supplying food for needy families. the winner iames peabody had the "honor" of licking a pig. during this contest and the fall semester, heavy rains delayed construction ofthe new plastics shop and dampened football fansgpirlrg, despite the rain, the marine band assembly was held after school. 1 6 i 1. james peabody vigorously licks the poor little fetal pig which he so luckily won in the contest between the three biology classes. 2.3.4. at one ofthe home games played at mt. miguel, rains presented a massive problem for many people entering and leaving the restroom. 5. the new plastics building was an addition to the campus this year at miguel. 6. at the senior banquet, bill wake demonstrates his "real self." 7. the navy show band assembly was a smash forthe students. 8. under hypnosis carol riley, july murphy, and diane cody act. l 2 l despite having a full calendar of events scheduled for them, mount miguel students still had time to create several of their own campus happenings throughout the school year. the quad is the scene of much action including eating, studying, meeting with friends, and posing for many yearbook photographs. because of the many activities in this section on campus, janitors are assigned the routine task of cleaning the quad daily. vandalism tends occasionally to create additional problems. 1. the freshmen break gave the students an opportunity to socialize with friends as well as to discuss the happenings which occured during the week. the cafeteria furnished students with several kinds of appetizing snacks as well as hot lunches which were served twice a day each week. 2. studying in the quad was frequent for john hulsey while debbie herring challenges his thoughts. t 0,52 R ii N 3 s ' -1 sweet is if -- .f 5: ..-w,f-.ffszfwe in mnusi 1. deep concentration and studying plagued many students such as vince broesch, who, however, finds it most relaxing. 2. some vandalism, unfortunately, occured this year on campus as seen from this damaged telephone. 3. rearranging benches daily, janitors are kept quite busy in the quad all year. 4. karen simpson quickly nibbles a bite in the quad, ri championships and the persuit of championships are the desires of all mount miguel students who actively participate in competitive athletics, and it is the purpose of this program to provide as many students the opportunities to represent their school and to be associated with as many championship efforts as possible. although achampionship effort doesnot always result in a championship because of its competetive nature, it becomes our responsibility to develop the competitive attitude together with the ingredients of teamwork and sportsmanship. whether winning or losing, the students must sacrifice to perform with their greatest efforts. in order to compete favorably on the championship level, their efforts must include extra striving to develop their physical body with conditioning and exercising. their prime objective is being able to perform the rhythm and movements that are demanded of them. also. an added emphasis is placed on developing their mental as well as physical attitudes. 9915 l 'v N' n l it W e x 2. . 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In a pre- season game tom sperla, a promising varsity back, sustained a crippling back in-jury paralyzing his legs permanently, so thought his doctor. tom wouldn't be defeated. he returned to school second semester with normal use of his legs. on most teams the backfield predominates the spotlight on the team. not to be outdone, center phil stevenson, tackles dan mc ewing and dan weldy provided a strong back- bone for any offensive play. the matadors ended the year with a five win and two loss record. varsity football coaches-1. offensive line: harold stratton, defensive backfield: brian smith, defensive line: russel boemke, head coach: dwighf morris, defensive line: rick abood. 2.tom gallagher nimbly out-steps his adversaries and makes the threat to their goal line very real. varsity team- 1. john madigan, 2. jess jenner, 3. clay smith, 4. mark richardson, 5. steve haynes, 6. rocky lancaster, 7. tom allen, 8. tom gallagher, 9. mike jacobsmier, 10. mike mcfarlin, 11. doug law, 12. ed morris, 13. everett arguillez, 14. phil williamson, 15. rick pacheco, 16. miguel cesena, 17. randy stringer, 18. phil hoff, 19. earl carter, 20. vic owens, 21. mike benson, 22. bob ludwig, 23. chris palazzolo, 24. dan huff. fcontinuedy -4 . j 1 . 2 Q N we sl me 17 jg ' 19 N- K .1 .R ' K V ' . - J .:: wi 1. 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W f ., , V, 7 wzyjzgff ,V ,Q ' f ,wwf 94, , , yy ' , i the underclassmen exemplified mt. miguel matadorfighting spirit in the truest sense of the word. both .v. and frosh football teams were constantly in contention for league championships right up to the last game of the season, with the j.v. taking it, holding all but one of their opponents scoreless. a big factor in the j.v. success was their daily workouts with the varsity team. the freshman foot- ball team with the coaching talents of ned blass, duane freeman, rene palifox, and ed legacy, finished second in league with a 5-3 record. steve fleming, the team's most valuable player, demonstrates his worth as he breaks through the line for long yardage. j.v. footballer team-front row: tom lubic, tony escalara, rick wil- bur, larry spagnola, mark schoop, dan bernal, ken smith, mike tin, dave daniels, jim filley, tom rothe. fourth row: dan flem- townsend. second row: brian pullan, pat blakeley, rick len- ing, george blanco, bill kreuzer, tony dimaggio, steve kennedy, ning, larry mc cann, jim hannon, jim hansen, pat kornegay, john krings, gor- paul burgio, greg dixon, terry fox, bruce koike, bruce kowasch, don anderson, tony underwood. third row: brad mcdade, ru ben ray, don parker. fifth row: joe ristorucci, jack whitcotton, steve john hulsey, miguel riggins, henry koa, don harless, paul mar- fleming, david gladding, john rollins, al domingo, bob strasbaugh. ,Q 26 l fresh man football tea m-front row: boyd steward, tim o'brien, vic camacho, david taluban, mark brooks, kelley gilmore, tony funk, andy ratta, matt mendoza, steve johnson, mike murphy. second row: brad sanders, dean har- rison, pete iirarte, jeff anderson, mark anderson, john ball, mike marino, jeff white, mike wiesner. third row: ron 'vssrkswfxf sIi S?1:WtXWW'32iiSTmN"'i"'i'V'55N-M--is-'ifMf411+SSi S S2 E F iii i ii f S8 S 5 3 LEM if Sew burton, ken hefferman, bill norman, ron schexnayder, frank saputo, cliff davenport, jim hughes, bill smith, bob sparks, tom burke, bob palazzolo. fourth row: henry gaea, greg orr, dale ginos, mark simmons, mike smith, marcey Castro, steve slater, tom parker, john frice, don soimi, mike slay, paul smith. 1. steve slater exhibits his agility and stamina avoiding a tackler on a kickoff return. 2. the freshman defense sprints down the field to contain the ball carriers on a kickoff. . - Mrwi,slitliiffifgjmi035,55-3-i,gg,X,a'ugi'q taxi f- LW f , 'i 1 'ir i ,' . , 5 f--f-- if V qv .f ff A ,- ,-4 ,. .. ,. . ,, ...,, ,. j:,, , ,.,, W ,, .f IY.'ST'vi ' , U13 "'f'4'f 'I 'tiifftf -,962 ,. f 1, " ' 1 3755 - ,. s"' Mf,sw',i:f'J'fl1iif ',.,' ' - sm- ff 1SE.i1TS,' ami' 'ffiffef f it -ff Sttglzw'--ie'f'1J,'., iz1ei.fkgji,'K2 ,gy R L, an ff 5iff'g'zk':if?f-if-' , A 1' ,aw Q i , ,.,. - K , 1, S ,',,y. ,jpg V, 1 -fry, Vi, V -"- , K 4 is .-we . , gf iw . sg, J, ,,'i:H,+.fffgesl:, s ' , i.,, .V ,, , V I n 1 I JJVWZ1, i s -' "fp A 7 . , 2 is lTEX'l'fi7'w:lW'f "' .-4, 45,9 ii? ziwvf'f'4'l61ifiiffY+V- ' " e f it is :y,tg,'U1'41,-'w1ii'3i5l,! ihf king, Q ',Q.egb5L,lf"S,1f'f 5' ,'gg, g A gr 5if , K. 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M , , r 955159 ,QggviVZQ.',e,,i.,z41', ,T W t ,aw iibifffli.-,tgiiiiif f,i-sfw f 2 a familiar sight forthe fans standing at the finish line at a cross-country meet is rick debus and joe badger holding hands while crossing the finish line in order to tie for first place against the other competing schools. during the mount sac invitational, which was the biggest meet of the school year, the frosh team, coached by greg hayes, took first place in their division. the sophomore team took first place in the turkey trot. coaching both the j.v. and varsity teams was james peabody. frosh team-front row: joe reoux, jamie garcia, rich cox, mike samayoa, mike cofer, paul daniel, victor tiscareno, steve goins, bill marshall, kim kimbrough, mark liljestrom. second row: greg johnson, rick bales, neal Iuscomb, stan monacelli, Sergio garcia, don spivey, terry savage, charlie ,-7 llj' varsity cross-country team-front row: kenneth thompson, michael cardwell, timothy badger, john pickerd, joe badger. second row: frank demling, richard debus, van joslyn, frank castro, john klein. varsity placed seventh in c.i.f. parker, garth vance. third row: mike alesi, wayne ellis, mayo thomas, mike balderas, brad luscher, armando valdez, dennis caudillo, robert urban, bill sperling. not shown: pete galusha, randy sullivan, george mcpherson, tom reader. the freshmen came in second in league standing. 2 8 j 1. seniors rick debus and joe badger are shown here in their oft-winning pose. 2. coach ofthe varsity and jr. varsity, james peabody and frosh coach, greg hayes. 3. jr. varsity team-front row: bob wilson, manager, jim hoffman, dave bates. thad barton, kenneth atkinson. dave helgeson, mike Cardwell, jeff halverson. second row: ed rodden, mark wynn, ed gallisha mark dunn, frank demling, rick boring. scott gillette, dwight smith, frank Castro. jig iff? - .oggq ,ri 'QW QWMZW ,W .QW 3 X ' 1 LW ff: is P 22 f an ZLVWI V I gag, ' if, , e, 1 ww I ntry reflecting the improvements shown in football, the mt. miguel varsity basketball team made their strongest showing in quite a few years. the first string included robert balderas, tom topping, jess jenner, gary klusman, steve soloman, and mark dobransky. mark combined his taller than average height, natural speed, and coordination to show himself to be one of the most outstanding players on the team. known throughout the league for its extreme balance, this team powered its way to a 6th out of sixteen teams at the university tournament and second in the league tournament at helix. coach holm is the head and has strived to improve the team since taking comand in 1970. with this constant improvement taking place, a championship team is expected in the very near future. 1. mark dobransky struggles aggressively for possesion of a rebound. 2. varsity basketball team-front row: ruben ray, jon lower, bill cohen, robert balderas, gary lee, tom topping. second row: greg duncan, tony drake, mark dobransky, dale hoff- man, gary klusman, steve soloman, jess jenner. 394 16 ' gy? "' gf 'E "'Wm1.,,,, """'l 1' f ff, f ,ff W 2 f 5 " ,544 QZQEQI3: winning 10 of the season's 14 games, junior varsity captured an honorable third place. don le compte was the coaching talent that led the team. throughout the year the round ballers showed the great form of champions. co-captains were paul cline, chris landry, jim mc pherson. jim was also picked most valuable player. berwyn parker and bob baxter have the honor of being picked most improved players. managers were bob wilson and larry tainatongo, who faithfully handled the teams equipment. coached by the methodical john burwell, the freshman basketball team found themselves within the top three places this year after winning nine games and losing only five. team captain bill norman was voted most inspirational player on the team. mike smith, the team's leading rebounder, and steve slater the team's highest scorer were selected as the team's valuable players. freshman basketball tea m-front row: matt mendoza, greg johnson, steve slater, bill norman, tom burke, bill stewart, back row: jim hughes, chris flores, mike smith, john frice, paul miller, tom parker. 1. mike smith releases a shot making a basket over a cowering opponents head. 2. doug coon outjumps a foothiller to make a long shot. ' LQ: Q 1 ew! f in 1. j.v. basketball team-front row: sergio arellanes, bob swier, steve koike, mike wiggs, left lange back row: paul bennett, bob baeter, doug Coon, don narless, ruben ray, coach don le compte now shown: jim mc pnerson and berwyn parker. 2. out-manueve-ring a tenacious opponent is berwyn parker, promising for next year's varsity team. 2 4. f M., I I f ,,,,,., , I V ,, H Q J!! G W, 3. billy stewart stretches out in his usual great form for another basket. never having a losing season, the varsity wrestling, or "matmen," proudly continued this tradition. haplessly shackled with the youngest team in years, the "matmen" ended the year with another winning season. miguel cesena, the only returning c.i.f. wrestler, led the team through good times and bad. ned blass, coaching his tenth year of wrestling at mount miguel, provided the priceless coaching talent. 1. usinga cradle hold on a member of the santana team, jeff owens proves himself by winning seven to four. 2. danny allen pins his man with a double leg take down during our match with el capitan. 3. rick pacheco uses a double arm bar against his opponent, a member of the sa ntana team. ,wfmamma .3 . NL. . V' ',.t K 4 X if Q . .'.,' r t , '.-l A "f" H K 1 e it UPP0 ' it Site - " . gggdec. 15 l ptgapitan, mount 5 grossmont geg an. than monte vista 19 mount miguel s H l or 1213 .aww granite nuns ragga W hills M559 hglix nitmiguel, . at . , 1 ,,,, ' ' . lr rrr l I , yin -,say ,fffifilg gi' I .. .,t, .. , .Na ,wsu f ffmgifwe-' V' - K - fr it ri 553.31 varsity wrestling team members-fron! row: john suscon mark munr miguel cesena, danny flemming, tony valdez. second row Iarry Spence, rick pacheco, richard lenning, danny allen mark slagle -fffweywmgzwwf yrgwmwmq 4, , , N., A fM.,A.,,, gm 3, ff, mf if ww V ,,,,,,2, ,, , W, 2 I V, if, , ,1. .,rz i , 5 2, 7 if 2 if . , a 2 ff v . Mgr? ? 'I 2 rg ,A f 5' 1 ' iw r f Q w W iw if g Q 5? 25 Q 2 f 'f , V : Medi ' 'Qi W' 2 QXiWT'?Z?1f' f f K , ui ' f f l' N f,QQjfQ, ff 1 A ff" " - 1219 7? , V MH Z, , X !fA5'r"f' f 3, M4 y f' X 2 A 1 1 , ,ywf momentum was lacking in the j.v. wrestling team of 73. almost every year there are outstanding wrestlers such as larry kissinger and tim badger. a big part of the team weakness is due in part to the shortage of seniors. people who would otherwise be wrestling j.v. found themselves varsity this year. despite the flaccid vear. the team posted a respectable 3-3-l record. grappling in the same boat as j.v. frosh wrestlers were driven to an 8-3 record by their grinding coach bill leep. 1. gritting teeth is only one ot the pains jr. varsity wrestling team-front row: tony dimaggio, ed gauert, brian pullan, pat endured during a match. 2. patiently, henry chuck mumaw, terry coxe, steve flemming, oliverio, jack witcotton. gaea waits for the final decision. tim badger, larry kissenger. second row: Qs....Wt,s..,iif5t.wsf rirr f it . R fs: 5,5- mat girls-front row: karen morero, nona gaddy, vlckie pera, fourth row: jan baily, cricket cody, anna garcia, pam miller, cathy reveria, robbi coudy. second row: yolanda d'vargas, debbie barker, vickie jolly, gwen miller, joanne carl. not shown: joyce Illia roye, beatrice westphal. third row: ruth rudeen, christie morero, kathy simmons, teresa melville, margret kornegay, kathy sparacino, joyce board, terri pittman, renee cecil, denise white. kOm8g2Jy, Carol Williams. freshmen wrestling team-front row: bill smith, david taluban, henry coach bill Ieep. third row: brian hoffman, mike alesi, jeff anderson gaea, craig Ieonetti, mike wiesner. second row: Coach ed legace, armando valdez Cbehindj, victor camacho, jaime garcia, peter cliff davenport, dale gimes, bob sparks, mark Qpuddirfj anderson, uriarte. 37 .ll,.-. soccer, a relatively new sport at mt. miguel, has already gained quite a formidable tradition for itself. coach gary loso, who organized miguel's soccer team in 1970, built this sport into a perennial winner by working the team daily with informal, but brisk practices. coach loso's distinctive coaching theory could be well illustrated when he remarked, "we play not only to win, but to enjoy the game, too." ending the season with a 9 - 3 record, high scorer joe castrejon teamed up with tim jasper to lead the team to a first place finish. the exceedingly well-balanced defense led by dan ulch and bob hurtt, combined with randy gale, raul villareal, tony sutherla nd, and goalie john hulsey, created serious problems from any opposing forward wishing to make a goal. 1. linford ramos vigorously guards possesion of the ball in another scoring drive. 2. mt. miguel soccer team-front row: roger reinecke, mark wyrln, gus lopez, gustavo castrejon, joe castrejon, linford ramos. second row: bob hurtt, raul villareal, ted taluban, tim jasper, coach gary loso, walter jolly, gary horgan, alex valenzuela. third row: mgr. bruce heath, armando rivas, charles sutherland, ken wells, randy gale, tony zuniga, mgr. buddy gaea. not shown: dan ulch, john hulsey. soccer scores r efemtaris 1 Q miguel 1 el cajoni . . , ,kmiguel 5 granite hills fi3?1iguel 1 grossmont 'gtfjliguel 1 helix . . . . 3 monte vista 5 elcapitan . sli'i' ' 'is't i"iiiiti gmiguel. 1 5 - fm el Cajon . .. miguel 2 granite hills miguel 2 grossmont ,miguel 3 helix ,.... .miguel 3 monte vista ,miguel 2 J ,,.,, Q, , 2' W I .. , - , , ,V li , KM 3 , I rt., " " . . l , K7iif1gji ,Zii11gQ ilsslllllsl l ,,.,., i llll 'ss tj el. 1 A .,, A . 1 ..l, 1 1 f -- ..Q- Q , , - ., , Q 'i . ,g- , V 1 K: fl ,,1 -Pl I J s fl lf J aa ,a s ff f rlfra r . .lllsl u ,, H' nl ff :.t ' f- f """ N 1 'I ' ' ' , 38 fw,f1:Q?2i1':.. 3-.eg , ,. 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A - . -K , V A Q ,,g5SiQfQ,:f?m W. .. i x ,fy ,ff-uv figw, .ig K. , 1 rounding out the year of sports, varsity track, was coached by brian smith and james peabody. these coaches worked hard teaching fundamentals to the rookies and refiningthe skills of the more experienced athletes. improving rapidly, this year's team was expected to better last year's team by coming in second orthird place. the team as of mid-march had defeated pt. loma, morse, and santana. this was due in part to runner rick debus, who has been undefeated and holds the school record in the mile run. mark richardson also exemplified the winning spirit, defeating every opponent facing him in the low and the high hurdles. brian parchman shows the superb style of an olympian by landing perfectly in the standing broad jump. 2. making pole vaulting look like the easy sport that it isn't is junior jim brown. . rock dsateboarrdlfg, pl date opponent ' "il f site feb. 16. pt. loma . ..... mt. miguel feb. 23 . morse ffi' ...... mt. migugl Vj,. j r mar. 2 . . . ,..,.. sarffitanat mar. 16 . hills granite hills. .V mar. 23 . el cajon ...... mt. miguel maf. 30 . grossmont . . . .grossmont ,aprr v5.helix f. . .. ...mt. miguel apr. 12. monte vista ...mt. miguel apr, 25 .el capitan .. .... el capitan it XXRQ -. :r'-: Q- :':N i S-.s-.. .... t .. - Sw lsss .ss . - ..:j r'-' 2 -s .--' it liil. :Q 5 3 NQIQ M " ' -' .liii ',... s H ' we ...I . ...:., k:'. 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E H H ,, L 41 gasses 1. varsity track tea m-front row: coach brian smith, jim brown, paul burgio, frank demiing, phil Stevenson, gary klusman, mark richardson, brian parchman. second row: everett arguilez, mike Cormier, chris palazollo, ken wells, frank castro, mike asbury, mark crim, mike jacobsmier, ed morris. third row: dave helgeson, ken thompson, gary martin, van joslyn, ken hansen, berwyn parker, mike philips, rick debus, joe badger, john klien. 2. john anzalene heaves the shot put in his usual fine form. 3. mark richardson widens his lead over some disgruntled opponents. as of the last yearbook deadline, the junior varsity and trosh track teams, coached by brian smith, were undefeated. both teams, at this point, had an excellent chance of being league champions. individual standouts on the jr. varsity team were carlton hoggard, joe cormier, scott gillett, mike cardwell, ken thompson and ken hanson. frosh sta ndouts included mark scoble, tim cox, jim perry, paul samil, richard bales, and tim jordan. each boy specialized in one event. 1. in a mighty jump, steve fleming shows his unique form in the Iongjump. 2. showing the value of unity and team work in the 440 relay are richard lebel with the baton and carlton hoggard receiving it, j.v. track team-FRONT ROW: dave bates, brian tarpey, peter rounds, keith atkinson, richard lebel, carlton hoggard, dennis peterson, mark haehn, dean sundahl, alfredo domingo. SECOND ROW: george blanco, tim jasper, mike contreras, robin smith, don harless, bruce kowasch, jim tilley, scott gillett, ron chubb, steve fleming. THIRD ROW: roberto arvantes, albert shirley, ivan wong, larry kammarude, terry cox, joe cormier, rocky Iancaster, greg dixon, mark slagel, pat olivirio, larry moore, gary bradbu ry. FOURTH ROW: craig slasbough, mike cardwell, jairo manosaha, ed rodden, dan bernal, dwightsmith, paul bennett, mark monce, tim jordan, carl burns, larry spagnolo. frosh track team-front row: coach greg hayes, julian ceasar, marc scoble, john frice, jules a. schex ayder, coach norm jimenez. second row: eddie baker, henery gaea, dennis hatch, jeff white, brett long. third row: dennis caudilla, dean dudsey, mark simmons, marcy castro, cornell willer, mike alesi. fourth row: tim cox, ron burtar, bob palazzalo, mike slay, neal major, jim perry. 11.84 a '....-d"l"""""" h frosh track team-front row: don Schroeder, joe reoux, brad lusher, mike balderas, armando valdez. second row: gregjohnson, stan monacellie, tom reeder, pal daniel, don spivey, mike pfahler. third row: terry savage, neal Iuscomb mike samayoa, richard bales, cliff daven port, steve johnson, jaime garcia. running the 660 is richard bales, one of this years outstanding individuals on the freshman track team. excelling in batting this year, the varsity base ball team, coached by duane freeman, early in this year's season found themselves, along with most of the other teams, vying for league championship. up to this point, they had a 3 to 3 record. during this part of the season, rain hampered many games and practices. the team's top batting average was held by doug nolan with a .750. following close behind with a .500 was tom gallagher. third place was occupied by phil williamson with a batting average over .300. another excellent player this season was bill cohen. 1 varsity baseball team-front row: bill cohen steve long, jess jenner, tom topping, phil williamson. second row: coach ed legacy, randy Stringer, john krings, paul schnieder, coach duane freeman. third row: clay smith, john mumaw,.tom gallagher, mike ott. 2. an opposing pitcher tries controlling tom gallagher's very sizable lead. l fbaseballfdate board in date opponent site feb. 27 hilltop , .....,,.., hllkltggg mar. 2 chula vista,,,,,.,..-tip .cnaiiavfsrsa j mar- 6? jj.. ,ieasxfeiipalik ,smpmjiguel lwnita vista A mriigkids 0 mar vista . Q .Ll. fnfetffllgklell mar. .14 ..... mt. miguel mar. 20 . grossmont mar. 23 ....,.... helix mar. 27 . monte vista mar. 30 el capitan .... .mt. miguel HDV- 3 el Cajon ., ,..,r .mr miguel apr. 6 santana . . . .santana apr. 10 granite hills.Qg2Q2ZiQi.'mt. miguel apr. 13 grossmonfgi .mt. miguel apr. 24 helix,,i.1ii1f., '.mt. miguel apr. 27 mogjtevista .. ,mt. miguel may 1 ,.. Mel capitan may 4 elgifshjon' ...,. ,... e I cajon ggnay 8 Santana ...... .mt. miguel -gsgsefa.:sz.:1.g . zcztezgzff granite hills gra s M7 i l 1. paul schnieder is on the receiving end of a hold back play at 1st base. 2. mike ott feverishly tries beating out the throw to first base. 3. mike ott ably protects home plate in a game against bonita vista, ,nw winning four out of five non- league games, the junior varsity base ball team, coached by dave varvel, was hampered by spring rains during the season. top players included earl carter, rick tooze, and robby taylor. as of the last yearbook deadline, the frosh team, coached by john burwell, had a 2to 1 record. top players were junior timalu and ken heffernan. 1. walt engle stretches to make the out at first on a close play against helix. 2. after hitting a hot bouncer down the first baseline, earl carter feverishly tries to beat out the throw to first base. l j.v. baseball team- doug coon, walt engle, ruben ray, front row: ken sperla, robby taylor, chuck mumaw. third row: tom lubic, dan fleming, rick tooze, coach dave mark schoop, john hulsey, earl carter, varvel. second row: chris obery, buddy kornegay. 46 A ....,A A.. , u md--,Q ue '- wi l. N tg,,,,,ma -K " , frosh baseball team- front row: bob bryan, david taluban. joe lange. third row: mike merino, ken hefferman, craig leonetti, billy mike smith, bob chapma n. not shown: stewart. second row: mike murphy, junior timalu, tom parker, danny esplnoza, chuck parker, bill smith, chris flores, tony funk, roy valadez. 1. billy stewart, along with the rest of the matadors big bat, makes the highlander infield among the busiest around. 2. pitcher earl carter readys to throw a dark one past a incorrigible opponent. i . M -5 . .t - N :S J- . . ,,, ' ,,,,, M i ,. fa, Q - M is at ' M ""' I , M- ' .. ,A Q, " an A N an ,, ,. 47 F it X .' '..!'N. f. .3aft. W 5 ' if We tt .Q s. Wi tg xr 2 5, t. 3 t i 1 ffl2!13'3" eases f e .. f M , - i t SW K K iii Qs', ..f. W5 ' ' . gigiml . , A I it .' . ,.,, e1,t i . , Q. A g 1 - U . 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L.,X , . although it was predicted mt. miguel would come in either second or third in the league, for the first time in fifteen years, the varsity boys' tennis team, coached by buck teater, had an excellent chance to tie for first place. the team's standouts included craig boehm, mike donscheski, dave lozoya. and mark muir. as of the last yearbook deadline, this year's frosh team, consisting of thirty-one boys, also stood in good position to tie for first place. 1. at one of the home match games, craig boehm gives a vigorous back-hand swing to opponent. 2. david lozoya anxiously returns the ball to other team and gains a point for miguel's side. 3. mike donscheski in ready position prepares drive shot to helix opponent. tennis date board 1 e date opponent Site mar- 5 crawford ,... 3 . mt. miguel maf- 7 coronado 1 ..,.. . . coronaclo, mar- 9 patrick henry . , mt. migg,lg1lj:t,g.4..j-:Qi mar- 13 grossmont .... ...mn miguel L 1 mar- 14 escondido ..... .escondido maf- 15 helix .... , ...... miguel maf- 20 monte vista. ..,, . mt. miguel mar- 22 el capitant 2 ...., , . .. . el oapitan mar- 23 el centro . ... mt. miguel mar- 27 el cajon. ... .. . , , el cajon f mar- 29 santana ..,. . .... . mt. miguel BDF- 3 granite hiils ..,. . mt. miguel apr. 5 grossmont . .. grossmont apr. 10 helix ....... ...... h elixyi apr. 12 monte vista ,,.,. monte vistas ' apr. 24 el capitan .. .., mt. miguel apr. 26 el cajon .. ,... mt. miguel may 1 santana . . . santana may 2 pt, loma ....... ... pt. loma may 3 granite hills ,granite hills .. K ..... ,asm sssfgst .x. ,X varsity tennis-front row: craig boehm, bob traxler, mark muir, dennis smith, coach buck teater. second row: peter olah, mike arias, mike wiggs, mike donscheski, dave lozoya, john castellanos, john alesi, rodger reinecke. third row, matthew brunton, nino filaccio, bob chester, dana christianson, jon lower, terry booth, john siscon. fourth row, manager kevin smith, doug barcus, bruce koike, tom rothe, dave dalrymple, jim landstedt, john pecoraro. forsh tennis-front row: bob urban, scott wilkson, bob juszak, dan lopez, jay wallace, ed kammerude. second row: mark huntington, dan daneri, charles watts, joe davis, wayne white, craig marshall. third row: steve de nuzio, mike funk, john weber, matt thomaselli, bob martin, jerry weiss, greg lange. fourth row: charles whitcotton, james rower, bill norman, mark anderson, mike benbrook, garth vance, matt cofer. not shown: norrie bush, paul miller, onty ward, lloyd woodring. ss, ft ' - . ,, 4 .tees e ' . , .,,'.' , . he . 5 N st! 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I is competing for the first time, the girls tennis team was composed mostly of novice players, but as the season neared its end, the girls' skills had become quite outstanding. as a result of practicing two hours after school each day, under the guidance of team captain nana corfield and advisor sally kraska, the team placed sixth in the interdistrict finals. at the final banquet jeanne olson was voted by fellow team members as the most valuable player, margaret kohanack was best sportsmanship,and sue sinclair was awarded most improved player. swinging her racket to meet the ball, tracy muir shows feeling in her expression. girls' tennis team-front row: tracy muir, laurie petrie, mary ricketts, jeanne olson, sue Sinclair, robin mast, linda schellenberg, korrie kraus, advisor sally kraska, second row: XXXX fi 'iff ' .eu 'ia-'f if r if vga ?f'e "' x, 6 ""'10!" cindy painter, terry finnegan, terry kohanek, debbie alger, elaine Schmidt, kathy kingsbury, debbie blackford, darlrae bickley, and captain nana corfield. 49 golf team-front row: bob osberg, mark wade, mike uhl. second row: doug montgomery, doug law, mark dobransky, wade tinkham, kriss keogh, coach dwight morris. third row: gordon jones, ken slaughter, jerry silverthorn, tom mc bride, dave daniels. not shown: rick boring. s x . 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M 4.,,Ar k ir tg ..gf,,,,Q,x W placing their main emphasis on acquiring self-discipline, the golf team, coached by dwight morris, practiced three to six hours daily. from their sixteen team members, the best six are selected to play during each match. the five lowest scores added together determine the winningteam. during these matches, there is purely team competition. however, during c.i.f. championships, the boys also compete individually. 1. keeping his eye on the ball, number one man, doug montgomery, lines up a putt while coach morris looks on. 2. with a firm grip on his club, kriss keogh chips for the green. 3. on an approach shot, mark dobransky shows his talent with a flat swing. 4. with a number one iron in hand, mark wade aims for a three-hundred yard drive. golf date board date mar 13 mar 16 mar 20 mar 23 mal? i 1-. mar 6. .'.- , . . . g . . .FQQUIQ t apr IOQ apr 12 g apr 13 apr 24 . ............. Oaks 'granite crawfo helix . . apr 27 . ...r . mont may 1 may 4 may '8 may 11 Ss., site f .chula vista . .san carlos .bonita .Qmwp .,.Q . .V Cottonwood ,eotteriwood wood iglgo n ita s hills .bonita 1'l .bonita i bonita Qlakeside NHS na gran Xxx Mvvkrkv .bonita bonita il I varsity water polo team members-front row: dave wilhite, jr. varsity water polo team mem bers-front row: paul steve craig, roger price. second row: kevin mc kenzie, mark kleine, peter rounds, ken slaughter, eric foster. second price, alan nunez, gary horgan. third row: coach roger row: jerry lester, gordon jones, terry riggs, bob ehrhorn. moreau, steve soloman, marty mc Clelland, stan ingraham. third row: gary knedler, randy lee, ralph ek, mike fitz. placing first in their league ,, and as in all past years making it c.i.f., this year's successful D g X, M .X teamthis season won all butone g ji of their league games whi le placing fourth in c.i.f. , 4 1 despite the disappointing league loss, the , , , Wfby ,,,, ,,,j, - rl HW M f fi 'fii " 'Y team returned to ta ke first place M ' it in the grossm ont district league. 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W M the first, steve solomon, made i first team c.i.f., the goalie, W , e"ffA alan nunez, placed on the second ,W-it, " ' f - - - JZ,-iff: it Vu' , team in c.i.f., and, like stan "' we A , , ingraham, won a honorable mention. land 2. illustrating actions that require I precision movement in water polo is -"sW junior mark price battlingto makeagoal. 2 water polo scores j mount miguel el capitan 3 1 mount miguel elcajon 10 j ' ' A mount miguel santana 2 at i ' ' V mount miguel granite hills 3 Y W W. mount miguel grossmont 10 mount miguel helix 2 mount miguel monte vista 15 mount miguel el capitan 4 ggi mountmiguel el cajon 4 W mount miguel santana 4 mount miguel granite hills 6 AW, mount miguel grossmont 7 mount miguel helix 3 mount miguel monte vista 10 showing a marked improvement over last year's team, this year's boys' swim team, coached by roger moreau, has already started to build up their team for next year. for the first time a frosh swim team was started. the team's best swimmers were david wilhite, marty mc clelland, kevin mc kenzie, and steve solomon. their team captain was dave wilhite specializing, along with steve solomon, in the breast stroke. other competitive strokes included the freestyle, back stroke, and the butterfly. boys' swim team- front row: randy positerry, frank saputo, mike wiesner, david sanders, mike price. second row: richard foster, randy lee, chuck cadena, terry riggs, brian hawley. third row: peter rounds, roger price, bob erhorn, steve craig, mark thomasson. fourth row: steve solomon, ralph ek, mike fitz, dave wilhite, marty mc clelland, coach roger moreau. not shown: kevin mc kenzie, jeff anderson, robie slempa, john stenbeck, bob ybarrondo, gary knedler, tina coover, stanley rayborn, kelly wood. 1 lineup A,-f Q ' ,,., . . . - ,V ,,,. 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Ia mesa , .... helix ,. gunther . . . . , helix ..... helix . c.s.u.s.d. . c.s.u.s.d. 1. gasping for air in the last strokes ofa butterfly sprint is marty mc clelland. 2. kevin mc kenzie demonstrates a racing dive. 3. steve solomon strains to increase his speed in the back stroke. 4. roger price concentrates on perfecting his back stroke. 5. retaining his composure during the breast stroke is dave wilhite. mf fiifwiflw pq Q 4 5 :..g W o r ssir . 1 ? . .o . 2 sv , 1i'EkiE:fkw5b'i: . - is soor to it V .',. ,,V, al as, - A l :vv at . e itgii 1 r . Wim Y any? ...134 . mount mivue f'Q7 . mount mtgye 'fl ,Jnountmigu'eIi146L A . mount miguem 85' P ,M .,,-f r mount miguel 106 ""' 2 t i 3 .. .W 'w mt- . X .. s L ' r - P 1. amy homant is doingthe butterfly here. 2. doing the breastroke here is cheryl homant, a freshman on the swim team. 3. instructor shirley oates. 4. working on the back stroke is sue lewis. 5. also doing the back stroke is freshman tammy reid. 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W t - 2 i , .ss 55 f.lff,::.gfi,Q . in orderto prepare for their hardest meets of the year against sa ntana, grossmont and granite hills, the thirty girls of the gymnastics team, coached by sally kraska, practiced elegance, amplitude, gracefulness, rhythm, and self- confidence. mount miguel competed along with the other schools inthe grossmont district finals. from the district finals, the six top girls received invitations to the county finals. their team captain was cindy su ndahl. portraying each event seen at a gymnastics meet are: 1. freshman pam bernherdt, on the beam, 2. sophomore kelly Stubbs doing floor exercises, 3. junior laurie jacobsmeir, vaulting, 4. senior cindy sundahl doing her routine on the uneven bars. 5. advisor sally kraska and captain cindy sundahl. 6. sweetheart of the gymnastics team this year was kelly stu bbs, shown here on the beam. 'wing , gymnastics team-front row: jessica hortt, barbara harris, kathy barch, cindy sundahl, robyn doughty, jodi cousineau. second row: pam bernherdt, kelly stubbs, kathy white, sharon hoefer, brenda belanger, shelly robbins. third joanne silvers, diane braun, cindy martinez, sheryl spencer, debbie stewart. fourth row: michele bergeron, cheryl homant, arlene angebs, ginny stroud, debbie herring, colleen lapp, patty tooze. not shown: amy homant, row: laurie jacobsmeir, jeanne olson, theresa collier,wanda alcorn,torrie nelson. photo by steve wolfe besides having the wish to perform, the forty girls in the new modern jazz dance club, directed by kathleen lamb, must be hardworking and well skilled. combining the skills learned during class and at the many meetings after school, the girls made up their own dances, which were to be performed at the concert scheduled during april. besides being a true art, modern dance requires using the whole body and mind. it helps in self-expression and in bringing about a "free" creative feeling. 1. mary stenbeck leads this routine as group rocks to the vibes of "shaft" during the first perfor- mance ofthe modern dance club. 2. sheri wistrom, mary stenbeck, armeda gomez, carolyn stewart, and nori tilton jerking to the tune of 'lyou've got the power." 3. completely absorbed in the rhythm of sly and the family stone's "dance to the music," tomi clabby and chris lubic focus their concentration on a kick. K f' over sixty girls tried out forthe girls' softball team coached by jane trude. this group, one of seven varsity and jr. varsity teams in the grossmont league, practicedonce and held two games each week. also coached by jane trude, the girls' basketball team this year competed only between the various gym classes. plans for a league basketball team for next year were in the making. 1. "right on!" says tami ribby as she follows through with her wind-up. 2. practicing for the team, dawn sing strains for a home run. 3. who's the highest jumper is the question, as vicki wolman and debbie nation battle for the toss. 4. rhonda tobin and barbara seymore hop to greet the ball. 5. one team member imitates wilt Chamberlin in this stretch forthe ball. tentitlve girls' softball team-front row: advisor jane trude, vicki enriquez, yvette shoemaker, deborah whitley, tami ribby. second row: nancy gamble, diane doll, jessica hortt, sheri clark, patti hood, kim pittman, loraina byrd, terry stallard. third row: connie bland, leah cruz, jean richardson, melody odell, deborah herron, lydia Iedesma, julie Iedesma, maureen cruz, dawn sing. 2 ...--.t,st,.,- :tl..:fff..i5.3 .. 58 59 . ff? 45 QQ , .i v ' Q if .. .A ak S K wk 'K wxffia X5 was VX 'Q L .,,. - -w i .qq tr N Nw 5 as A XXX R si. t awww X .mm K N ay . WW' SYN we ww. gawk? "f-..,,Wh,,,,..v-V .Q ,,. we K .. wkv WN... . 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Q, 1 if i you are 1-- Ieafnin 8 ll a.s.b. officers for 1972-73-1. commis- sioner of cultural affairs diane doll, student affairs bob cowan, commissioner offinancediane rabb. 2. commis- sioner of concessions leslie jeffries, commissioner of elections mike doncheski. 3. commissioner of social affairs tomi clabby. 4. tom wigham standing in front of picture of the child mt. miguel adopted. 5. commissioner of athletics carlton hoggard, commissioner of communi- cations dale hoffamn. 6. president carol riley. 7. vice-president doug gegax. 8. commissioner of public relations laurinda fragoso. commissioner of publicity debbie belante. 9. secretary diane carlson. 10. a.s.b. advisor max keyte. working many long hours with the commission class, this year's asb commissioners planned special extra-curricular activities such as homecoming and animo week. they donated their time over summer vacation to discuss in detail the homecoming activities including various spirit contests, class floats, and animo week. besides the planning of these extra-curricular activities, the commissioners work directly with the faculty to become better informed and to improve the relationship between students and faculty. for the first time this year, the student lounge was opened for use to interested students. 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X f as -wg W commission class of '72173 -front row: june reyes, karen morero, chris sparacino, laura von kline, trixy Iattman, joey Iukacik, patty humphrey. second row: kathi white, tami ribby, sue brown, dan cody, margy kornegay, anna garcia, rnarta franco ela graves, marlynn aicorn. third row: carol harris, ken deel, rick '2.-': f f ""1 if 1 is . is boring, brad mc dade, larry fleming, debbie schlehuber linda raymond, trudy hanson, anita brewster. tourth row tim neel tom whigham, bill cohen, pam mitchell, karen schuff ed herrera,robert balderas, john krings, jim mc pherson debbie phillips, ken norton. forming committees which assist the asb commissioners throughout the year was but one important function fulfilled by this year's commission class advised by max keyte. this class meets every day. besides selling football programs and novelties, they sold senior banquettickets and football carnival tickets. in order to prevent overlapping of activities, class officers are represented in this class. 1. good food and company was the theme at the animo supper for parents, students, and teachers alike to enjoy. 2. after a full day of hard work and lots of fun, the commission class presents the a,s,b. float at the homecoming halftime show. 3, ivan wong is receiving a mt. miguel football jersey from carol riley in the bookeeper's office. the selling of novelties is one of the main sources of income for the commission class. 4. armida gomez and linda raymond put up the week's calendar to keep miguel students informed of the coming events. 5. cathy liljestrom, marty mc clelland, julie murphy, and cathy sparacino put the finishing touches on poster for the januray graduat party in the library. meeting on the first and fourth thursdays of each month, the iclub sponsored a christmas party for the entire student body. other events planned were trips to disneyland, belmont park, the zoo and possibly a whale hunt. also, i club sponsored two foreign exchange students this year who spent the fall semester here at mt. miguel. more students were expected forthe following semester. the fall semester exchange students were emi kimura from japan and philippe bernabe from france. 1. planning an upcoming event i-club officers secretary meg cook and president sandy barnett direct one ofthe regular meetings. 2. advisor charles engberg and member cindy lewis listen attentively during a meeting that is planning the christmas party. 3. emi kimura's american sister dawn sing describes something very small to a fellow i-club member. i-club photography by dave milkner. 66 i when asked particularly what surprised her the most when coming to america, foreign exchange student emi kimura answered, "everything is so big, there is so much space and room! in japan everything is very crowded." emi also remarked that american people do not know about the japanese way of living. she exclaimed, "we live and dress very much like the american people." in interviewing emi, she seemed very happy and relaxed in going to school at mt. miguel. having asked her what was different in american schools, she answered, "in japan we have to study year long. we have no time for school life." one can see why she seemed relaxed at mt. miguel. when emi goes back to japan she has to study for six months to get into the japanese university. . in interviewing this year's foreign exchange student from france, phillipe bernabe remarked he enjoyed traveling very much. during this year's stay in america, he has been able to go camping with i-club's advisor charles enberg. phillipe also will fly up to san francisco before he leaves to go back to france. he was very enthusiastic about this because in france it is very rare to be able to travel by plane so easily. when asking phillipe what it is like living with a new family in a different country, he mentioned, "the people are very friendly like most people around the world." he also added, "i think the best advice i can give to someone who would like to be an exchange student is to get rid of any prejudice and really try to live like them. the experience he will get is really worth this effort." sl-ff feeling for the first time really "alive," this year's innovative drama department struggled to obtain full satisfaction from their well-applauded and worthwhile achievements. during the season, they moved forward by furnishing the new "spotlight" theater with new curtains and spotlights. their major achievement was the production of three one-act plays titled: so wonderful in white, the case of the crushed petunias, and plaza suite. these were directed by john adams. 1. instructing his students in the art of stage performance is drama coach john adams. 2. ecstatic over a phone call from her husband about their daughter's wedding is rita chance in mt. miguel's adaptation of neil simon's comical play-plaza suite. 3. overcoming her stage fright, kathy cobb peeks through curtains to observe the awaiting audience. 4. in preparing the stage for the many plays, very important duties must be completed by technical workers coached by john adams: howard wheeler, peter corrao, sue prager, and barbara sele. 5. rehearsal after rehearsal takes alot out of the individual character but is needed to perfect his or her style. 6. in so wonderful in white, a play about the learning career of new nurses, donna cain pleads for forgiveness and advice from kathy cobb. 7. cathy liljestrom portrays an older woman who is puzzled as to who stepped on her petunias. steve norton plays a bright young man who falls in love with the older woman as played by cathy liljestrom in the case of the crushed petunias. 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X competing individually while learning teamwork, the matador speech enthusiasts participated in meets held at various high schools and colleges throughout san diego county. members acquired added confidence through mastery of dramatic and humerous interpre- tation, original oratory, impromptu and extemporaneous speaking. the speech team's goal is perfection. if they do well at the local levelg then, they proceed to the next level state and then on to national championships. students were coached throughout the year by speech advisor myrna goodwin. 1. practicing her speech is junior rose bush. 2. speech team front row: myrna goodwin, debbie arnold, mark dzarnoski, mark price, carolyn budd, rick boring, pam bushong, rose bush, jan moore. second row: sandy norman, joi blake, jill williams, melody o'delI, leslie jeffries, melissa monce, rita chance, rosalyn saputo, debbie recchia. third row: bob martin, bryant callihan, meg cook, ralph ek, jerry williams, ken deel, wayne white, steve thomas, charlotte mcnall. 3. advisor myrna goodwin giving helpful advice to carolyn budd and mark dzarnoski. ik: gnu? fr. uegsiwig, t :55s? Si5siiZ2i 155497 ,fm is rr: ,g:-',3Ez.- -YAVSVW' 91 .1 It -2 fwisveigsesg fr an me international thespian society front row bryant callihan kathie cobb jan moore, rosalyn saputo, rita chance, howard wheeler peter cararo second row sue prager barbara sele, debbie arnold, maureen cruz, rose bush. mount miguel drama department students earn points to become members of the international thespian society. this is an honorary club for actors, actresses, and members of the technical crews. these people earn their needed points by working on technical crews and by performing in the varying roles of a play. a thespian's dream is becoming an honor bar member, which is the highest award one can earn, also, of upholdingthe thespian motto: "act well your part: there all the honor lies." 1. planning for future events is president kathie cobb, vice-president, and historian rita chance, secretary rosalyn saputo, and treasurer debbie arnold. 2. thespian advisor john adams discusses possibilities forfuture plays. 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WFS fd- yolk gfifs' despite the disadvantage of having to write copy ten days in advance, el trov kept the students at mount miguel up-to-date with current affairs, not only with what was happening on campus, but also with nationwide news, such as the november 7th elections, and local news, as when the advisory council formed to put citizens in touch with schools. since most of the staff were first year journalism students with no previous experience, they were forced to work twice as hard in order to meet deadlines every two weeks. co-operation was found to be the key to solving their problems. 1. advisor june mott. 2. editor-in-chief eloise henderson, managing editor barb barrett. 3. news editor pauline repard, asst. news editor debbie dietz. 4. editorial editor robin sjorgren, editorial writer mike Contreras, editorial editor bob cowan. 5. asb correspondent Iaurinda fragoso. 6. business managerdoug smith, ad manager clay smith, circulation manager holly hancock. 7. sports editor carl weber, sports writer ioanne wehner. 8. feature writer jim fike, asst. feature jim sherbacov. 9. photographers steve wolfe and carl weber. IO. Reporter Randy Curry. 11. Reporters Carol Bendixen and Brack Allen. 12. Photographers Darryl Durkee, Mike Arwood, and John Jones. ll- 4,4 Km WMM ,fav ff in-g,,-x I , mf' iw- drawing rnuch inspiration from receiving first place ratings for the past thirteen years, the mil rnemorias staff industriously operated from their new staff headquarters in room 232. the new headquarters included a darkroom facility which proved quite helpful in hurrying photographic processing to meetfinal deadlines. 74 I .i' if ii X I lily, . 1 ., V ws . , .1 L- .t asf? + 'L Q J. - 1 - wxjj N 1. organ. ed. mary ricketts. 2. senior ed. joann wehner. 3. organ. ed. robbi coudy. 4. advisor lowell plinke. 5. ed,-in-chief jolene bates. 6. activ. ed. karen simpson. 7. photo co. bob erhorn, tina may: photo. ed roddeng vicen broesch. 8. activ. ed. debbie herring. 9. typist kerstin Ianhamg ad. W?" manager ivan wong: bus. sales sue cortopassi. 10. admin. ed. jenny rocchio. 11. senior ed. debbie clevenger. 12. Copywriter donna seymore. 13. admin. ed. carol lynch. 14. soph. ed. karen morerog fresh. ed. jill swallingg junior ed. barbara sele. 15. sports ed. paul Copeland. 16. photo. randy lee. 17.sports ed. kelly cook. pk L 75 AV WV , U debbie norman, cathy sparacino, lativia grissom. 2. anita brewster, maria wise, cathy Iilgestrom. 3. jan utterback, Ieesa taylor. 5. matador mascot in action 4. pamrnie rnitchell. karen schuff. Z? i 5 K nag? ggi 3-it X s NR, x-wk XA Ein Lo o,.o 5 .iq 1 .f1, 5 , Q , fi gl xii? Q Q71 Q AQE. L, .R L swf oixf-fo X' n 1 Rm Q x X. -94- 55 QE' rf - M1 X gist f h ikgf, ,vin 1 Nggf5s3x.4Q ,ME S3 gg: 55 'fn' .44 Q Ss-A on friday, it was a tense moment in the big gym when the 1972-73 varsity cheer was announced. this evening was but one of many exciting moments throughout this long and trying, year. along with enduring hours of practice after school and during the summer, this years cheerleaders, headed by jan utterback and guided by sue blass, have helped promote spirit throughoutour entire school. 1. mascot patty humphrey. 2. group shot of entire varsity cheer squad in the final formation at the end of a victorious football game. debbie, cathy, marla, pammie lativia, anita, karen, leesa, jan. front: cathy, mascot patty. 77 bringing school spirit out into the open was the main task of the .j.v., frosh cheer squads this year. besides being spirited, these girls went to los angeles during the summer and watched cheer squads compete. by observing them, many new cheers and routines were learned and brought back with them. these, as well as the ones the girls made up themselves, were used during the various sporting events throughout the school year. -'Il ,gm if ' ' .ai i i fi :'ri'W'f I , W A ' W 1: ' , W ,. Wi W, , ' MW WM ruse , ' A ' f A N vmmv 1. j.v. cheerleaders strive for perfection lead by tammi ribby. 2. the squad in their formation. ftop Ieftj june reyes, tammi ribby fmiddlej debbie sanders, terri Kidder, ftop rightjval sones, mitzi funk. 3. j,v. squad cheering at the animo supper. 4, vai sones at monte vista cheering our team on towards their victory win. 5. new frosh pepsters yell a cheer just after winners are announced. 6. three of the freshman pepsters cheering fortheir team. 7. frosh squad in formation. ftop Ieftj maria franco, fbottomj cindy clark, ftop centerj beverly peterson, fmiddlej cheryl conley, ftop rightj rani ribby, lbottomj betty grothe. 8. pepsters wa rm up in the quad getting some practice before game it 1. getting down to business advisor mary ann mentas and sponsor elda carvano discuss their weekend convention at hilton inn. 2. cindy lewis passes around snacks to fellow s-club members after meeting. providing valuable service for the school and community, this year's s-club sponsored both financially and helpfully by the lemon grove soroptimist club, spent several nights ushering at the old globe theater. when the girls were not busy ushering, they served some refreshments at the women's club in la mesa. other activities included sponsoring garage sales, bake sales, and a can food drive for alcoholics anonymous group called the crossroads. faculty advisor was mary ann mentas. f .X s si. 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N"' naw- 2 1 -rf - I gr k. -"tjgt2.:. t Y .JHQ front row: georgia watson, terry stuart suzann navarette, dana corson, advisor mary ann mentas. second row: linda corley, cindy lewis, kim marshall, frances molter, sponsor elda corovano. 80 third row: diane hinojos, mary bower, jean reiland, anita watson not shown: sue cortopassi, iozanne navarette, diana garcia, candice osborne. maturing, developing and growing are but a few benefits resulting from this year's challenging amigos de las americanas program. more than six hundred amigos each summer work in six of the latin american countries: colombia, guatemala, honduras, paraguay, nicaragua and ecuador. after completing six months of training, amigos used their skills to give shots and other medications. one amigo thoughtfully remarked, "i feel almost guilty. i seemed to get so much more than i gave." students participatingfrom mt. miguel include thom whigham, jane moore, stan swier and jeanette jones. 1. this clinic scene in cabanas is 1 where thom whigham innoculatesasmall citizen against diphtheria and tetanus. is f it whim , si ll 3 5 A s.f'tf"s.. ff ff. mffs 'sf 2. thom whigham working in honduran town of cabanas in the wee hours of the night is doing paper work for shot totals. 3. young citizen of cabanas, honduras. suffers a severe protein deficiency disease kwashiorkor and will probably die from it. concert choir- front row: hilary rapoza, linda burkleo, veronica sanchez, pam bushong, trish spagnolo, barbara siegel, sue pickard, leesa taylor, sharon cook, annette lujan. second row: linda gilchrist, debbie sanders, cindy sieckman, barbara sele, sandy williams, jeannie carlisle, peggy hachlen, ron baldwin, kerry krominga, kelly cook. third row: alma mason, terry clegg, jocene pederson, shelly bowman, bob steiger, bryant callihan, gary knight, dave harris, ann mastin, karen steiger, sue le roy. fourth row: debbie rilling, teri seaberg, laura brown, dennis smith, ralph s nichols, tom rollins, dave adkins, richard cortopassi, andrea mays, lorie laird. fifth row: karen schlehuber, janelle zieber, noreen tilton, mark wade, tony peters, bob traxler, adrian alcala, scott la salle, cindy ferland, marla dwyer. sixth row: karen deise, robin sjogren, brack allen, rick wells, randy wharff, rose bush, dan cody, dennis peterson, ella graves. not shown: donna askew, carol bendixon, vicki bland, patty humphrey, debbie pemberton, cindy rodriguez, geoffrey vizer. 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'wx , s y 5 Qi? - 3 "'- Q i"' , ,,,,, ,,,, , c Ai.. serving in an ambassador capacity for mount miguel high school, the girls' ensemble sang, as well as occasionally danced, for schools, churches, civic organizations, fairs and festivals. the group is composed of an equal number of carefully auditioned tenth, eleventh, and twelth grade students. the concert choir performed at the school christmas concert, vocal festival, pops concert, spring concert and at various schools in the area. 1. as advisor and teacher of concert choir, girls' glee, girls' ensemble, and men's guartet, linda mc clain is kept quite busy co-ordinating the activities of these groups. This was linda mc clain's first year at miguel. she has done a marvelous job of bringing fresh, new ideas to the music department. 2. performing at the christmas show spon- sored bythe music dept. is the girls' glee. 3. members of the men's quartet are dan cody, lead tenor, scott lasalle, high tenor, bryant callihan, baritone: john brega, bass. a training ground for entrance into the concert choir, the girls' glee directed by linda mc clain, sang for the first time at the junior high schools, entertained the elderly at various local convalescent hospitals, enacted a successful christmas program, and attended the annual spring festival. also training for the concert choir, this year's mens' glee learned the basics of folk guitar, sang popular and foreign language songs, and enacted a concert titled "winter-preview." V ' ' 1. advisor linda mc clain accompanying on the piano. 2. rehearsingforthe upcoming spring concert is the entire girls' glee club. 3. debbie mullen and gayle thorne display their talent for their class. A ' V 'WL35W7,,., kan awww 1. sight reading a new song for an upcoming event is the mens' glee club. 2. john horne and steve scott brush up on their guitars. 3. tuning up his guitar for a new song is freshman jon sarant. 4. linda mc clain tunes up her guitar to perfect tone while mark wade looks on. 85 1 it ,A X "' , W 4 rf L' U9 W , proudly displaying their red and black capes and marching with great precision and pride behind the band, this year's cape corps captured second place at the autumn band review and fifth at hawthorne. the girls spent long hours practicing after school and at night for the perfection that their hard-working captain, sherry antey, was hoping to attain. hosting a successful fish fry in november was only one of the rnany activities of this spirited group duringthe school year. f 'W'WWW"f"m w7W5Wwff9iMw52wfr i ts,,s ts i,it , , 1 E ti, y 2 86 l cape corps poses in quad. front row: kathy richardson, cindy sieckman, dana corson, monica hernandez, mary jo brown, cheryl osborn, It. debbie Sullivan, lt. barb barrett, captain ronda robeson, barbara sele, linda wiebel. third row: cheryl sherry antey, lt. nona weber, It. sue wilson, sherry mina, nye, lois langenberg. Iaurie good, bonnie mckee, pam kauffman. jannette nielson, second row: karolyn hoyle, mary bauer, maureen carter, sue Ieroy. jan peightal. Cadvisor kathy Iambb 1. advisor kathy lamb explains use of the cape to cape corps members sue le-roy, monica hernandez, barbara sele. 2. captain sherry antey, Iieutenants debbie sullivan, barb barrett, nona Weber, sue wilson. 3. cape corps performing at aztec bowl displaying their practiced routines. 4. cape corps accomplished fantastic performances with the band at half time shows. 5, corps in quad. 'n-ls fum -E 'vel 14 iw J Y I i 87 WK Ii 5 .1 s. cf. ...tu Y, his MW e . . , Q QQQQ iw 1 5' Q Q Q . X X," , Q.- .. .. ,,.- N .. ,J g 7-.L' X Q--: Q V , L K K . . ttf . .. . ' K.'.L Akdk . Q ly? . Q ..?,E,:..Q.5.EQ :QQ Q. Q 1 . ti , .. . Q .Q i Q Q . N: 4 -- 4 - , X - .. . I -- - .g,s,g, sf: . .X-- , ,fp - .s w . QQ E Y s .. ...A .Q ,nf-L, ,Q Ap ,ggn QQ X , Q A tt g 'f -' W 3 -.. t .Q Q if . - M- Q , .... . W ,TQ A A--A 5 c ...- . A A ,Q .. 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M itw"k"'N', . -'Mi X to illustrate the feeling of being in competition forthe new members of mount miguel's distinguished marching band and banderettes, the s.c.s.b.o.a. clinic was held. in the next competition at arcadia, the band won first place, but unfortunately missed sweepstakes by a tenth of a point. they also won first place at the autumn band review and at fall- brook. headed by the banderettes carrying colorful fans, the band was awarded the blue cap legion- naire audience appeal trophy in a joint competition with the cape corps at hawthorne. as usual the marching matadors perpetuated its exceptional record this year. 1. banderettes: debby rilling, jocene pederson, jessie hortt, melody pederson, robbi simpson, debbie Swanson, pam hadzima monica Chamberlain, kelly peacock, holly hancock, fsame as picture 75. 2. band coming from the band clinic at san diego state. 3. band performing at clinic while judges and spectators watch. 4. marching band at autumn band review. 5. band per- formingduring school assembly. 6. banderettes marching from the band clinic at csusd. , ' tif? - . 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M M widen wi ' i.'ijMQ,3x fkiggsvuvn , gh N :5' .. - .. i ...M 'K iwmf Q in ' f wi ll ' Z' Q' 'V 13 A 1 may to ,WAMWW Q M, ,,LL,, 1 receiving the highest possible scores, which were straight superiors, at both the southern california school band and orchestra association district festival and at the regional festival in azusa, this year's wind ensemble directed by dean immel, was composed of the finest wind and percussion players. the stage ba nd guided by ted adams, was composed of five saxes, five trumpets, four trombones, piano, bass, and drums. they played at the pacific coast jazz festival. other performances included various festivals in la mirada and at southwestern college. 1. practicing to perfect their sense of tone, wind ensemble members pay close attention to director dean immel. 2. stage band gives a great performance at hypnotist show where they were given a warm welcome. 3. giving a fantastic show, stage band trumpet players displayed their outstanding musical talents. ww 1 1 ff it-3 .. 2 LMWM af" adding much to the excitement and spirit of a large percentage of school activities, this year's pep band an active, volunteer group, stages more than thirty performances each year. because they are a select group of the "best" musicians on campus, they are always in demand. they performed at all the away football games and at numerous pep rallies held on and off campus. for a semester each, debbie phillips and rick wells directed the pep band. 1. members played excellently at all pep rallies and asemblies. 2. the band added loads of spirit to football as member rodger reineck gives bass horn support during half time show. 3. proudly displaying their great musical talents, band members attend all home basketball games and football away. 3 'ilfiw ., . 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'ts - ' 1 11 "" . , , M' A - . . y ' H M-M 4 ,3 skillfully directed by dean immel, the instrumental music organizations on campus include symphonic band, concert band and the concertorchestra. the symphonic band has played such numbers as "seventh seal", and "rocky point holiday" in practicing for the spring concert. the concert orchestra mainly consists ot string instruments. this group also played in the spring concert and has played in various ensemble festivals. the talented concert band is made up of wind and percussion instruments. their main event ofthe year is the band and orchestra festival which is held at southwestern jr. college. 1. during seventh period the concert band meticulously practices "suite concerte" for an upcoming concert. 2, led by carl burns the symphonic ba nd is eagerly at work rehearsing a new piece of music. 2 X 3. during fifth period members attentively play in the symphonic band. 4. concert orchestra students emu kimura and kathy varela practice the movement "ballet" I CG' ,ff K ' -E551 asf t i a i .Q V .tt. . si 13? Q S L 'L Q i f . - r 5. concert band members dave varela, vince . , HQNL castro, and herman haehlen play their , trombones. 6. director dean immel conducts i L a' . the concert orchest ra as they play at X. ' i migueI's annual christmas program. as N . 5 E fkivj K. ' r 1 1 1 V151 I Cfwivb Utfyz f ' V L 'HA' A L16 fmf f W X 0 4 . X, ,1 I. J ' A 'Z' ff A" ffkjb 151' V 'J' fi, X, MVN '7 Xp I! bl ,N ,C " . ' D. lk J ti' af i ff H4 U2 , Va, J Zi, f A, V , f fl 77 ,if XM, W LX, ti nl! fjchflnzo Q! IH U5 91 lj ff ,i ja LZW meeting every school month since mount miguel was first in session, die drachen advised by louise sampson, sold german pastry at the fiesta and went to the rheinlander restaurant for dinner during the spring. at other club meetings they saw slides, sang songs and heard programs about germany and other german speaking countries. two of these programs, held jointly with the international club, included folk dancing. nearly one hundred people attended the last folk dancing evening. 1. advisor louise sampson directs all meetings and arranges special activities. 2. club members learn new dances at one of the club meetings. 3. a couple from frau uIlrich's dancers demonstrate the german polka to onviewing watchers. 4. german folk dancer teaches students the different styles and forms of many kinds of german dances. ,t.. MM., s e l w quill and scroll members-front row: bob cowan, mike contreras, steve robin sjogren, pauline repard, karen wolfe. these student journalists met simpson, jolene bates. second row: international q.s. requirements. el cuentito staff-front row: laura stalnaker, lois banasiak, mary anne kitchen, donna desantis, mike upham, Iorna hiapo. second row: elva camacho, diana schupp, deborah plamondon, richard filaccio, pam kauffman, advisor anne von der mehden. third row: linda smith, greg underwood, vickie heaton, debra schlehu ber, sylvia uruchuctu, cathy reams. fourth row: robert robbins, jeff owens, mark bennett, steve long, thom whigham, pam miller. 95 during the past sixteen years, nearly three hundred and fifty students have been members of quHlandscnML an honorary journalistic society advised by june mott. since this is a journalistic organization, only students in the following journalism areas qualify: mil memorias, el trov, and el cuentito. this year seven students were selected. these students were recommended by their teachers. many students use quill and scroll as a stepping stone to positions on college journalism staffs. gi' .W .E D At., -fi . kin kg Q X Q K- K frhk i irvr K Wmwipw 1. getting el cuentito ready for publication are co-editors thom whigham and debbie plamondon with advisor anne von der mehden. 2. explaining correct size of picture for el trov, june mott advised both quill gl scroll and el trov. 3. jolene bates pins mike Contreras with quill 81 scroll pin which all members receive. giving thirty staff members a chance to write for an audience of students instead of teachers, elcuentho, advised by anne von der menden, is published as an annual creative writing magazine. these thirty staff members are interested in self-expression. any prospective articles are submitted to the art department which contributes illustrations that relate to these articles. both articles and related illustrations are selected for publication by the el cuentito staff members. besides giving students experience and a marketable skill, the d.e.c.a. club, guided by don le compte and student leaders bob lopez, alan nunez, jean dimock, anna herrera, and karen gregg, assists students in finding a job. it serves as the main link between student and employer. due to their interest in training and their related school study of that particular business, many businesses show a great preference in hiring distributive education students from miguel. 1. during a class meeting, d.e.c.a. members elect reliable officers to assure the cIub's success. 2. mexican-american club stu- dents and advisor robert vega have done much in organizing the mex-american club. deca club-front row: bob lopez, robert chester, george herrera, sheri antley, jean dimock, clara sanders, karen castrjon, sponsor don le compte, mike upham, jim Eff-388 lunquist. second row: diana lopez, joi blake, anna 3 1 ,1 ' v l .. a H' ,M ,. ,, F""'-Hr as part of their outside extra- curricular activities, this year's black awareness club, advised by james dalrymple and beth santangelo, traveled to los angeles to see the flip wilson show. they sponsored a successful dance in january. selling calendars provided the needed funds for club activities. like the black awareness club, the mexican-american cIub's main objective was to better the understanding between the students and authorities at mount miguel. at the beginning of second semester, bilingual counselor robert vega and social worker mimi cordova advised this club as they formulated their club's constitution. 1. advisor james dalrymple listens attentively du ring a regular black awareness meeting. 2. black awareness members eagerly joke around before they get down to work. 3 mexican-america n cl u b-front row: david martinez, tony zuniga, hector chavez, john castellanos, mike castellanos, alfred guerra, advisor robert vega. second row: rosie telles, 97 martha amargo, carolyn tena, olivia nunez, aida gamboa, lorraine brodzinski, rosalva ballon, renne brodzinski, jamie white. not shown: eddy lopez, diane lopez, sabrina garcia. l spanish club tried to encourage students to speak the language with much more fluency. the club, advised by ann hanson, accomplished this basically by teaching the students to make spanish articles with yarn, to play native spanish games, and to sing spanish songs. the use of english was strongly discouraged during club meetings. and for special flavor, spanish food was served for refreshments. 1. special treats are served at this meeting, one of which is pandulces or sweet breads, which are usually eaten with coffee. 2. strummingthe guitar, gayla holden and ralph nichols harmonize in espanol. 3. score four is one of the many games which students played while chatting in spanish. 4. beth barker and yolando marmoiejo learn weaving techniques which the spaniards used years ago. L5 r" T11 Y - ...- 1 A 1 1 1 gn-1 3+ D+. f . . 'x .si -, x ' ' I 5 ff? i 'WPG -:sw f-qt Ni .. Q .W , .. . K - it besides preparing the students to enter into the military, the l'.O.t.C. emphasized the development of leadership potential. in order to perfect their drill techniques, many hours were spent after school practicing. the girls, admitted for the first time last year, as well as the boys, participated in these long hours of practice. the girls have added greatly to the spirit in r.o.t.c. and have continually met the high standards S' E' -: ' Q which are expected of them. E 1.rifle drilling practiceis one ofthe most important procedures which r.o.t.c. boys are taught. 2. marching proudly, the girls display routines which are practiced and learned daily. 3. freshmen boys strive hard to maintain the expected standards of their training. 4. and 5. taking roll both indoors and out trains boys to be attention and on time. W MM V squ- ,pm , M x ,J- i 1 ,.- having as its purpose to encourage interest and pride in high standards of scholarship and to make possiblefurther education for highly qualified young people, c.s.f. contributes to the natiot -vide effort to identify and mom Q the students with intellectual ability. individual membership in the california scholarship federation is based on grades earned each semester. the students are essentially required to do superior work primarily in academic subjects. members becomelife members afterfour - or more semesters in their last three years of high school, one r 24 :Z semester in their twelfth year. these students are eligible to receive sealbearer scholarships and the S9500 seymour award. f 4-Q first semester c.s.f.-front row: teresa davis, Iaurie anderson, ken gillam ,larry shunk, advisor george albert, rodger price, amy homant, mary obendorfer, peter cafferata. second row: nanci gamble, nancy hall, becky sheperd, brian cochran, steve koike, cathy stinchcomb, diane ferland, david helgeson, karen gies. third row: donna waller, violet wright, carol serr, jon lower, bob Slough, gary shunk, viki wolman, kathi cobb, mark wynn. fourth row: torrie nelson, karen anderson, cathy reams, stan swier, 100 QQ, sh, carlos alcala, eric sjogren, mike donscheski, mary stenbeck, richard debus, bill wake, nana corfield. not shown: melinda atkinson, trudy baker, john brega, carol brust, kathy cobb, annette de knifj, betty gaea, gina gladding, nancy hall, janice hosaka, sharon howell, john mc pherson, karen morero, debra johnson, georga phife, roger reinecker, pauline repard, lewis rivera, steve rower, rebecca Shepard, roberta sjogren, hilary stetmar, teresa stewart, jane tenney, joann wehner, steve wolf. if l second semester c.s.f.-front row: Iuz garcia, joanna garrett, victoria blood, karen anderson, advisor george albert, richard debus, Sue wilson, mary Obendorfer, linda wermers, donna waller, second row: cathy stinchcomb, teresa davis, becky Shepard, Stan Swier, rodger price, peter cafferata, arlene thompson, monica Chamberlain, jessi hortt. third row: torrie nelson, linda marshall, nancy hall, carol serr, gary Shu nk, steve williams, joel horn, david helgeson, larry shu nk, barbara gibson, bob kilbury. fourth row: brian cochran, alayne hoffman, shawn howell, cathy reams, Steve koike, carolyn budd, eric Sjogren, mike donscheski, bill wake, ken gillam. fifth row: karen gies, brad Sanders, george blanco, carlos alcala, bob Slough, george francis plife lll, mark wynn, mary stenbeck, greg orr, andrea corrano, nana corfield. not shown: melinda atkinson, trudy baker, john brega, carl brust, kathy cobb, annette de kniff, betty gaea, gina gladding, janice hosake, Sharon howell, debra johnson, karen morero, georga phife, roger reinecke, pauline repard, lewis rivera, steve rower, robert sanders. fwv-f V -f li ip Y me , Wim it N me :gif as me-2 ,,' , -s,,,j.n 1. c.S.f. advisor george albert, discusses qualifications for c.s.f. membership with prospective member. 2. displaying her lamp lighter pin is karen morero with advisor george albert. requirements for this award are three a's and two b's for four semesters out of Six. jg trying to prevent the staggering amount of class changes made during the first week of school, early september programming was put into effect. for the morning groups, everything went along almost divinely, with all classes and favorite teachers open to them. but as the time progressed, the heat became more stifling, and time spent in line, longer. classes began to fill and the selection of teachers became smaller. despite the added heat and extra waiting in line, e.s.p. was termed a success by the top administrators dr. robert pyle and james finch. faculty and students generally agreed it was worth the added effort. 2. richard c. mcgarvey, administrative vice-principal. 3. james r. finch, vice- principal student activities 'a' session. 4. virgil duea assistant principal 'b' session. 5. william white assistant vice- principal, counselor 'b' session. 3 .4 4 .,...v"' V' twf' ' ' trying to prevent each student at mount miguel from becoming just a number was but one of the many tasks assigned the counselors here at school. part of this task was programming students into classes they could handle as well as those that would benefit them the most in their future plans. because counselors are the people caught between students and teachers, students and administrators, students and parents, students and police, they must be sympathetic but not protective to the stud ent. besides the actual programming of beneficial classes, they must guide graduating seniors to the right colleges in accordance with their future career plans. 1.warren bellows, career development specialist. 2.kathryn johnston 'a' ses- sion. counselorte-lfj. 3.david phillips, vocational counselor. 4.david leewaye, 'a' session counselor flf-rj. 5.robert sanders 'a' session counselor Ca-dj. 6. robert vega, bilingual counselor. 7, vela gwin, 'b' session counselor. 8. martha Cummings, 'a' session Cs-zj. l in s, W .A , , fi A i""':"',. ,g,..,f,-ivan! VV a new series of video tapes produced by the publisher in order to supplement this year's civics textbooks were being used. in the social studies department, much discussion and planning on the possibility of changing the curriculum has resulted in adding a class in social living. 1. earl peasley, civics iva, ivc, Cgovern- mentj. 2.gary loso, civics ivr, iva, and ivc, Cpsychologyj. 3.fred ryan, civics ivr, iva, and ivc Cpsychologyp. 4.donald evans, civics iva, and ivc, tgovernmentb. X X 5 . .... U t as " f , s tg s 5 . Q MQ i Q ki? ...W My B i grouping to meet the challenges posed by the changing su bject of u.s. history, minimum standards for both regular and summer school sessions were unanimously agreed upon. a.e.p. booklets covering certain themes or periods in history were being used to supplement standardized textbooks for the first time. 1.brian smith, u.s. history ic, ia, boys' p.e., assistant football coach. 2.dwight morris, u.s. history ir, ia, boys' p.e., head football coach. 3.james dalrymple, u.s. history ia, ic. 4. richard sweet, world history ia, ic, u.s. history ia, ic, department chairman. 5.ona elliott, u.s. history ia, ic. 105 'X xx H K? R "M-mam .,, www having students write letters on issues concerning them was a major project in mr. underwood's geography class this year. a few topics chosen were the rancho guejito issue and ecology. the students addressed their letters to the secretary of the interior. alan mccune was teaching about china this year, as usual. amando cunanan ioined social studies staff this year. 1. evan bacas-geography ia, geography ic. 2. ben cipranic-geography ir. 3. amando cunanan-geography ia, geography ic. 4.alan mc cuneegeography ia, geography ic. 5. bradley underwood-geography ia, geography ic. - time M 'lO6 3, .V in vi' 1 for a select few, there are some small individualized classes with special attention given to the handicapped, certain reading problems and english as a second language. this program is titled special education here at school. teaching as part of this program for the first time this year was barbara hamilton. 1. mercedes christopher-special education 2. barbara,harnilton-reading lab. 3. philip locke-special education. 4. william manderson-special education. 5. everett thorne-english iia, bi-lingual i,ii,iii, special education. using tape recorders as part of science department curriculum is a recent innovation. taped lectures allow students to proceed at their own rate. other audio visual aids, such as the film loop and slide projectors, are used in health. in biology, students are typing their own blood as well as dissectingfrogs. 1.-marian carlson-biology ia, biology ic. 2.-fred elliott-driver education ias. 3.-charles engberg-biology ic, health ias. 4.-james peabody-health ias. 5.-patrick price-biology ia, biology iic. 6.-pearl prine-chemistry ic, chemical science ia. 7.-gerald swanson-physics ic, science ic. 8.-dave varvel-driver education ias. 3 .ss 3 , it t Q., ' '-" Y 4 - f e Q X f g ff ! Q. ,L . -1 A JMA X "yr' Q . 'W tt ED W.l.EI.LAN E J t l i s 3' t 2 speaking entirely in either french or spanish for a weekend was a worthwhile county event offered to language students this year. much emphasis throughout the school year was placed on individualized study. Surf' Wm . WV 1.-avriele barrow-spanish ic, german iic. 2.-john gormley-french ic, iic,iiic,ivc, department chairman. 3.-ann hanson-spanish ic,iic,ivc. 4.-louise sampson-german iic,iiic, ivc. 5.-edward villarreal-spanish ic, iic, exploratory career development. X Y? Msg .g,.,, 33, tw- tryingto break away from the traditional strictly grammar and essay writing courses, this year's english department, headed by anne von der mehden, experimented with for the first time, and found to be successful, a number of elective classes. among them was the course "bible as literature." it examined the bible as poetry, and as a record of past cultures. another new course was "modern gothic" which traced themes of terror and psychological mystery. it emphasized poe and jackson. -anne von der mehden-creative writing ic, 4 bible as lit., english ic, department head. 2.-john adams-drama ias, iias, iiias, ivas, vas, english iir, iiir. 3.-george albert-english iiia, iiic, modern gothic. .-don amundson-english ia. 5.-carolyn bamberg-social satire, english ic. 110 , x X 35 3? uv S l S 6 X Q! 'f 3 , ' s . xx .. Kg .K X1 f S ' ff' N if .- , X ' -t g. l W..""" ww 4" gismN"""lN 1.-carol pyle-folklore and mythology, english ia, iic. 2.-zella white-poetry, indiv. reading in lit., english iic. 3.-helen santangelo-english iiia, iic. 4.-jeanette ram batt-head librarian. 5.-annette stamos-english ia, ic. 6,-deborah stone-english ir, iir iiir. 1.-mary moreau-film as literature, english la. 2.-max keyte-english iia, Student government. 3.-Cherie harley- english iiia, iiic, psychology of literature. 4.-june mott-english lic, journalism ic, iic, iiic, press bureau. 5.-lowell plinke-english iia, publications ia, iia. . -. gate A Nm , ,. '- . iff. -Lal-:EH J 4 Q E m tt A si? X 'Z:l l':El" kiwi Qlfggigi. Qjgk - f : in HM 53,1 liiifflilw ww-"""W ME Q? 'Wit " ' W T3 fl M321 . - 9 teaching a class without any previous experience was a problem tackled and solved by many english teachers in regards to the new elective courses being offered for the first time this year. although there were many meaningful ways of presenting these new classes experimented with, the most successful of the theories and suggestions came from the rare involvement of many interested students themselves. , 0 , Kgllfmiyidf ,i., -Qwmwmnuvfvf' , f I , ,Jw H Q A ,A rw' , 77,45 im? ,rf-,,,-+':,.,-1, A , , 1: ': 1- V5 Slg U eq, UW get MW MM "1-'if-1-ii'1E'f,i F' 2' , i,.. fam gy W X r wi mir 1' ra, .:'572," EGM 1' r it iiirri trit ' 1 john burwell english ia, ina, iva. 2 paullne forman-english ia, ic, ivc 3 william fusselman-english ir, air iiir nc 4 myrna goodwin-english iia speech las nas iiias, ivas, vas. 5 carole hammons-science fiction ics, reading lab ias iias, english ic. 113 Z . ami ' . . 5? , ,. . ,. , ,, ,.,,,,,,.,,.. f Q 2 f www ,, ,Y 5 ' i irtiici,ii ig f QSM mm mmm me Mr i lI 3 L 1.-bernard carroll-record keeping IBS, nas, business law ISS, business skills lab ia, work experience ia, department head. 2.-joan close-typing mas, ivas, stenoscript las, shorthand ia. 3.-thomas hornecker- typing nas, business on-the-job training lab las, business skills lab, business math nas. 4.-donald Iecompte-business math ias. working with the ten key and the full key adding machines, running cash registers, and increasing their gross words per minute on the typewriters, this year's business students were using charts and workbooks provided for memorizing the various keyboards. bernard carroll was department head. personal finance las, distributive education ia, merchandising las, typing nas. 5.-mary ann mentas-business english, typing iias, record keeping las, exploratory business. 6.-keith miller-exploratory career development. 7.-martha morris-bookkeeping ia, typing las, na, business skills lab ia. 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' ' I F 9 A 4 ?f"?t5if""4'5t5 ii ieifiizfifwi f i i i iiit. i QW 114 -Z "Thai" N.. wmww ,A for the first time, this year many students were taught complicated and involved skills necessary to host wax casting, which is how most fine jewelry is made. the industrial arts department added new equipment to its present available facilities. a new plastics shop was being constructed for use by Sept. 73. 1.-harold berg-drafting ia, ua, iiia, iva. 2.-edward dunn-metals ia, na, iiia, iva, department chairman. 3.-daniel eubanks- metals ia, wood ia. 4.-larry landon- radio ia, iia, iiia, iva. 5.-daniel loreman-auto mechanics ia. 6.-gre-gory panawek-woods ia, ua, ina, Iva, va. . -it??5?' 1'. 3 I . l L ' hi , l 'fi N tm. t 1 41 ,- J. l. af ag M W.. by using mount miguel students as guinea pigsthis year, the mathematics department has experimented with and adopted a new algebra ic textbook. along with rudolf merick, a new teacher this year, instructors like elizabeth anderson are continually trying to up-date their teaching methods and materials. for a few math iia classes, a computer course was offered at the semester change. there was also a curriculum change for college prep students making geometry an elective course. 1.-elizabeth anderson-adva nced senior math ic, algebra ic, uc, department chairman. 2.-dorothy ballard-math la, na. 3.-sharon carlson-math ir, ia. 4.-william hostetler- math ia, na, algebra iic. 5.-robert james- math ina, algebra iic, compensatory education. 2 and 1.-rilla jarrett-math ia algebra ic, iic. 2.-frank malm-algebra ia iic. 3.-rudolph "" 'V , marik-math irl ir iia. 4,-edward marikle- A 1 3,1 Jw My Q We W-,ZX 1 M f 1 2 WV ifwgi me 32? A? A 5,3 f 5 7 Q22 math ua IC 5 denms mccormack-math ir, I3 6 sue tmsley geometry I3 math ia, nl 41 ,f !'?f sf :' Jn ,ig m gf the emphasis was on creativity and freedom of expression in the arts a nd crafts department this year. in order to encourage students to use their imaginations to create unique objects and pictures, teachers made few actual assign- ments. students expressed themselves through photography, pencil sketchings, painting, candlemolding, working with leather, and many other crafts. 1.-halbert crow-photography ia, iia, iiia, iva, and department chairman. 2.-benkiegle -art ia, iia, iiia, iva. 3.-joyce dakin-crafts ia, iia, iiia, iva. 4.-roger moreau-crafts ia, iia, iiia, iva, swimming coach and water polo coach. f t in order to encourage students to try new ideas and create styles of their own, sewing was taught like an art class in this year's home economics department. following through with the creativity theme, cooking classes made foods of their choice. the eve r-expanding music department here on campus gained many musically talented students. 1.-patricia neuman-social living, beginning clothes las, beginningfoods ias. 2.-dea n immel-instr. ensemble, orchestra, concert band, symphonic band, and music departmentchairman. 3.-linda mcclain- choir, girl's glee, ensemble, men's glee. 4.-sue blass-bachelor arts ias, beginning foods las, advanced foods iias, child care development, and home economics department chairman. 5.-judith stinton- decorative arts ias, senior homemaking ia. experimenting in badminton for the first time, this year's boys' p.e. department headed by their new chairman russell boehmke, made plans to allow the boys to choose which activity they wa nted to take each sememster. although this was attempted earlier at pre-registration, a few changes were found necessary. plans were made for a weight training course. 1.-russell uoehmke-physical education, athletics, department chairman. 2.-ned blass-physical education, athletics. 3.-duane freeman-physical education, athletics. 4.-robert holm-physical education ,adaptive physical education. 120 V. 1 :Q : - f. tl ' ,W ., ., - V i fu Mgr. '. . '. -V .2. ' ts , ., viifwh J 2 . 4 f , . 2, A . 3 'gfjigi ,fl Q, Q12-f .-' ' tt ,Ai 5 A , i.V.x. :TH X Y 'Z ?'4:3'-wwf: Xwkw-' .va ui- 2-fi? Q- t 41- -A-mwsy ' 'X g X -.ffft-2-wx., Iii - ' . ' e XF? fettaffwgtieff,egssgiktyftgeibx ' . V e t " Q . .. We Sgt.. tt, 'K' 5 " K . ' 1 . ., S x W , " . . 3. ' - I . X3 ' ' - .. Q i 9 Aa . X .1 WS' , . . .,,. 73 xx Q Q. .. M. X ' . gyvQtikXxfgjg'gf . 'N A w X N X15 xl X N, y f Q V -. X W- R - ' ,M -X x L , 3 ,f , . L ft, - x , gy - if X. Xi FE, nf Q .. X ,,.. . X xx Rcggwgg fi, ., f,M..w R ex. N. 1. EY X q if Q xf t A ff' X -x4 My ,ff www' Nr , 5' V1 ' X I ,, I .:-L 1.-geoffrey adams-r.o.t.c. i, ii, iii, iv. 2.- donald grey-r.o.t.c. i, il, iii, iv. 3.- william Ieep-physical education.4.-narold strattonphysical education, athletics. 5.-dwight teater-physical education. -fnot shown, sgt. anthony Ieonardij a new addition to this year's girls' p.e. curriculum was kathleen lamb's exercise, backpacking, and camping trip the last six weeks of school. other new additions were a girls' tennis team and a modern jazz dance club. in an effort to improve existing facilities, and to assist the girls in modern jazz with their different movements and positions, new mirrors were put in the rec room. 1.-june belknap-physical education, department chairman. 2.-sally kraska' physical education. 3.-kathleen lamb- physical education. 4.-carol ann Iawson- physical education. 5.-shirley oates- physical education, adaptive physical education. 6.-jane trude-physical education. 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N' 1.-office sec retaries-front row:-emily hogan Qprincipal's sec.j, anne richardson Qfrosh sec.J, sharon fingerman Ccounseling clerkj, shirley baker Cattendanceb, claudia bultez iwork experience clerkj, gwen hawthorne Cassista nt to program and records clerkj, dolores wilhelmi Ccounseling secretaryb, joan singleton Cclerical assistantb, sandy clark Ccareer development centerh, shirley matthews Casb oookkeepery. back row:-iona deck tw ff -V XX 2 commenting that much of their time consuming work with program cha nges had been eliminated by early september programming at the beginning of this year, the office staff expressed hopes that next year's early september programming would be expanded to include second semester. new additions to this yea r's crew of secretaries and clerks were claudia bultez, sherry gillespie, and gwen hawthorne. 3 fprogram clerkj, sherry gillespie Cattendancej, doris jaeschke Ccounselingsecj joyce navratil Csec.J jackie boehmke Creceptionistj, jean caggiano QWOVKVOOITIJ, norma jones Cduplicating clerkj, fran esslingerfduplicating room assistantj, terry friedrichsen freceptionist assistantj. 2.-teacher aides- front: barbara grund. back: tom grund, don sutton, rick abood, hazel bizzell. 3.- vivian 'kn- serving mount miguel students in special ways are a crew of experts seldom seen in crowds . on campus. included among fr these professionals offering Ma. IQ student services was the school nurse. because of too much wasted space and more need for privacy, the health center was remodeled to include an area for consultation. also offering his services to students to r provide them an opportunity to discuss personal and social problems, was the psychologist. the remaining professionals offering student services were the librarians, and terri ratkevich, miguel's speech therapist. -.... . -fr V H 1 . L lm' M ' V H . if .. . " , I ' 5214 M1 , A , ' ,....f ' sf' .f, .w:v,s',?i .K . - ' . 7 fziw . 1 2.25 li'37jfQ:2J'fGr?l'539i'1if' fY" if f-ST: 'i ff 47 V ' ...,,., .,,.. . . 7. 'eww . . 2igif172,1rz.Q f?l7f5IYL5i ' ' A, 1ef1f,li'i.- F-wgisigg, '- -'Mi fviQ:g4zi.: .Lf K fizwfwzi. -sw.. if 5 ' 'swilli 6-ill' 7: 'i' 'M ' ? S s I K Q 5 x, ss Q we C' fs . if i-5115: f -'..gk93J ' "L' " 1- ' Y, M z fe .'1' . 11 'ti . Vlif i . W 'D' Q 's f ' ,Q . i , . A, . V 5 M. . 1 -- V " , ' f ' V' M 2 L ,,... . . Q Z 2 'W' 1 Q ' gs E I -Z f fvgsf , f.. I ,... t ' . ,- -W 1.-librarians-zella white Cassistanty, jeanette rambatt Chead Iibrarianb, gale clark Caudio-visual clerkj. 2.-homer shrev-plant manager. 3.-robert jensen- psychologist. 4-isabell mc crae hale-nurse. not shown-terri ratkevich-speech therapist. nnmuww Y, 4 QL., 1fL.:.,,,,.!' L . , . W ' "ffl 'i K f ,. .. J . .. .V V V V. , 4 VV ' A - . V, 1 i i si 5' if , 'Rfb , 1 W , , Vu' ' "MW :i s ' ' Y Q 'Mill f ' V . if f.-'M' 2, I ' ' k", fl-K-'lk iw . ,W , , W ?- - , fi.,1fi'5'l ,, 'Q aging l ,zkl q,, 2 , , I V, ,, a , ,L ' Q i, V ,J XJ, xg: 53 X , H K ',,, WWW' 1 ,f the groundsmen and custodial staff, who are amongst the classified employees at miguel, noted an improvement in the attitudes of students towards keeping their campus clean. other classified employees include the cafeteria crew and the plant manager, who gave much attention to the construction of the plastics shop. for the first time, self-service lines were installed inside ofthe cafeteria. 1.-cafeteria staff-front row: mary sa nbu ry betty harris fmanagerj, ann calpara. second row: jean shaffer, helen porter, dorothy hedges, rnable williams. 2.-custodians front row: webb harris, force leakey, albert mawson, harold lillard, jose tapia. second row: wilson moffit, paul bennett Qhead custodianj, billy bowling, bill crouse, larry gonzalas, john ledoux. third row: rex barker, bill gebhardt, guy housky, dwight Swanson. I ,MVK dv: 125 1.-demonstrating their basketball skills at the harlem clowns game are coach duane freeman and coach brian smith. 2.-to accomodate changes of classroom needs, force leakey and head custodian paul bennett are moving desks, a familliar sight on campus. W' - ,YW - ..,. :y ' f I ,k,g Q I V- 55 V i,5w..,. 1 is iilsf l ' , Li .V,: W fl A' Wmywlh A k"" J '-,, EW N", V 'Emu ' A f5Z,,,,1 Q' Q' W i 3 .H ,,,, , K ,gt 2, Q7 ,iw S-.,.x' ,ll gf- ku Y , A Ax ' . ,a if e 3, gmmm""""""" m 5 ,mf al l s 3: l 1.-revealing his "true identity" is richard sweet in a facetious moment of mugging. 2.-kicking back in the asb office are max keyte and william hostetler. 3.-leisu rely reading her book while supervising the junior car wash is carol pyle. 4.-during their free time teachers gather to converse and exchange ideas in the teacher lounge. has...- R L Ac 1 A ..f , . 2 1 Jw 1 .f M ' X KJx:fi- K j L E ,- PN X bfw V U' JJ K ' ff" Xflfl , W 5 ' ,,,,,..' ,Wu ,WL X 1 gl, L. 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X Irving .if 42 i' 'li 1 . ,Q Es V G m 3 ff use i YQ? s Q w i ,, -A -sf 16935 2, 2 2 W il li ia 1 av l rg J "" N ' 1, '2 m 1 -- ' 44 M j ' ., Q17 "'A ' 'g 1 ,,1 " if 'A ,i , :lj i 1 1 il li 'i 'Q ill 2: ' T523 5' J if 1 il i Z' ill ll if llfil freshman english students in Carolyn bamberg's class listen attentively to a presentation on orweIl's animal farm. 139 .f f 4 MA A f im 9,5 ,Q H '- 1 W 2 A 'xv Z E QW W K . .7 .,,: .3 W ,, Q A9523 3 f W? .. gf' 15 di s , , qw K louvina masters bennie mathena le ann matte mark mathews loalea rnauldin laura maurer doug maxwell marty mayors marvin mc anear jeff mcbride cindy mccleary steve mcclintock wanda mccord eric mcelroy don mckee earl mclaughlin george mcphearson susan mcpheeters sue mcpherson bobby meek karin mehrling terry meinung tammy melban peggy mellott theresa melville matte mendoza mike merino mathew merrill joe meyer juanita meza jim middag don milford gwen miller karen miller paul miller kim millice tony mina leann moell stan monacelli melissa monce joe monroe karyl moore brenda morris rick moser sandra mowreader nancy moyers teri muir mike murphy steve murphy rex murray kim nagem julie nauslar rae nelson robert nichols penny nicklason bill norman jozette o'brien tim o'brieri susan o'neill barbara olson joe opfer ignacio ornelas greg orr edward ortiz candice osborn robin oswald cassandra owens robert pace diana pacheco brad painter bob palazzolo mike palmer charles parker tom parker bob pastoral gail patterson steve patterson wendy pawlus robert paxton rick peacock shannon pearce toni pearce brian pearson donna peightal vickie pena Iaurie pene tom perritt james perry gayle peters jane peters beverly peterson zz : fi W Q Wei-it A Z i? 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X Q it s Q 7 is 2' 3 an V me ,K -H ,, W Wai at M A rv 1: ii mike pfahler darryl phelan shayne phelan sandra phillips david phife tim pierce steve pilgrim gayle pilley nancy pinter christine pinto debra pittman lesley pittman teri pittman chad plikerd marlene polinsky randy positerry don preston mike price darla prince sue province david pruitt dean pudsey jacquline putnam vernon ramsey hector rangel andrew ratta stanley rayborn carla reed tammy reid deborah reiss joe reoux denise rettke linda reynolds richard rhea tim rhodes rani ribby patricia richardson kathy riddlespuger rose reilly mary rigsby david rilling lindrell rilsell james roach chuck robbins shelly robbins cynthia roberts deborah rodriguez 'S 1 W 1 1 rw 'V 'Vl' h,?7i4 i qi, i A i 5 , -...J V fr' l f 4 3349 Mg' Egg if as j r E during the girls' 8th period, home economics claSS tami jones and cindy clark wonder what their pizza will taste like. ruth rudeen jim rupp pam rutter brenda Saavedra debra Saba terry Saba rhonda Sabine monica Sabus benita Salas jovita Salas liSa Salazar mike Samoyoa myrna Samoyoa brad Sanders jane Sanders frank Saputo john Sarant kathy Sarant terry Savage ron Schexnayder kathy Schlager geraldine Schmitter tami Schnack linda Schoenweis don Schroeder marc Scoble Steve Scott richard Selle Susan Sellers emelia Serrano we Q ' fr g 1 x" 6' n i Lili if .ff roxanne rogers esther romero arnaldo rosa kathy roSaS james rower Ielia rower 'K Q. 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' . . 5:12:55 W 'kkh i Jeee as Q I H Q L5 ek, g NEA A ,, - few: Q r N j S' Em fn sl g I K 1 A , , ' gf. . W 51 QA Y - -Q . 4 N A - m i .. '- 7- W . - r i N. . i j .. ee e s s K W Y lv .5 at K X P. ,wg ' i - -..- Axy i ' ' ' :3 .' zE :,:1f:1 SK .. . . .sz A, Yi H l. 1'.'.'--"-" l X Q r 3 i i ., , A 3 J ,V V ellen gaddy 4 in QQ r , alfred galindo 1 Q I Q 452 fy A ' c "x shown here is the mount miguel j.v. in action. the team went undefeated for all nine games this season. their many victories were sparked by a fine defense. estela garcia jane garcia mario garcia ed gauert remy german robert gibson gloria gies michael gietzen cindy gilbert scottgillett michael gimlin randy ginglardy david gladding thomas godbey jennifer godfrey dolly goins ray goins agustin gomez diolinda goncalves adlin gonzalez bob gonzalez jose gonzalez robert gordon Carolyn gore f g ti. tt. 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Q it 7 6, t ' A if ri l 1 , f St 3-F ' f ,. 3, ' "1 K, -, Q I pre-meet strategy before victory over mission bay. m We U i , 153 pamela Iancaster christopher Iandry thomas lane lois Iangenberg Charlene langlois jeff Iapp dianne Iara brent larkin yolanda lathan trudy lattman david Iaub phillip lawrence ronald lawrence robert layton richard le bel donald leavitt ronald leavitt julia ledesma randall lee starlene leekey richard lenning carolyn leon richard leon alfred lerma jack lester linda lett becky lewis cheryl lewis jaime liveras bridgett long diana long diana lopez jose lopez richard lorenzen thomas lubic paul Iuciano rebecca ludwig debra luhman paul lutz maureen macias bill madigan richard makin jairo manosalva manriquez delia bob manroe eric marler bob martin paul martin robin martin david martinez peggy martz robin mast ann mastln stephanie matthews mike matthiesen tina may korey maynes lisa mayors Coleen mC bride robert mC Cane larry mC Cann alfred mc Capes daniel mc Carthy dennis mC Carthy david mC Coy debbie mC Clellan Caryn mC Corkell mark mC dade joseph mC menamin michaelel mC menamin bruce mc pike teresa meek ray meglich beatriz mena laura mendoza mike merrill robert merritt kevin michael malColm miller mark miller Cynthia millsap sheryl mina Chris miner don mitchell marlene mitchell gall mobley melinda molenaar richard molenaar mark monce putting his opponent to the mat is sophomore greg dixon. greg is one of five sophomores who are seeing aCtion on the varsity wrestling team. greg had an outstanding year as a freshman and uses the experience he gained there as he demonstrates great skill as a varsity wrestler. other sophomores who have performed with outstanding skill and ability on the varsity team are mark slagle, tony valdez, david gladding, larry spagnolo, and bill hoff. -' 2 Q y y, f ,, 'f ' ' 'rl ' ' ,V ' 2 -' fu 'fi V . , ,,, fy. , ,...,. 1 ,. , , .- V 4, , '52, , N J , , ,Q " l ' V " KWV ' -- W . . 5 1 fir' ' ., . 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M Q karen morero 'M' t ii E A N . A ,Q 4 richard morgan , , , 3 Y I ' Q ' terry morris gif 5 " 'iii V x rf carrie moss 'Y ' gg K ,1 h kathleen moyers - ' 4 ' , ,, . 'P wr '54 'f i . -e V h l 1 doug muckey ' 1,2 ,-f"-, Y 1' 7,," V. I 8 V ,,,- f - mr , ,,.,., , ,,,,.,, , ' ffff4ig31fJe'.:2952g!f, ' b nan mu ell er rrrr rrr Q -A A 'ff f ,- ' A ff i v, chuck mumaw , , .girrzflh " K' " V - 6 .. ,Q ,W . f,. M 1 1 it lim murphy f ,, V V- V carol myers ,,, . y "J f f allen napier 2 rr, V fr ral' 4? I 2 Jen ,, ir Aww, don neeson V ' ii Q A Q g f f "',' ff i becky nelson ' 'rr' iff gi ,'," W 21 , W x fa? J 5 Y' , , W - ,,, ST , ronda nelson 'W wfii '-,' fl , i f ,,,. ,sg . "jf " i ,W I 'rs we rr - r -W iq N, , rf' i f A A Mig N Q Sandy norman ' in K' f ,k.' T 53 52? f 'V 'A L fe 4: , ' " . . M 0, , ' " 1' is richard norris We -if ,. ' 6 " Q f olivia nunez A' "W""W""WW'W"WaW f ' ' ' 9 H cheryl nye Qi: L L" L, Q Y f F ' V , M,,,,F, M y ,,.. AQ, AJ,,,:-' rn. -QQ, W ., . J, .,,. R .. .I- ,, ,L A , Q We - ' - , . , r,"r 2 .. Q mike o brien my - michelle o'connelI y V., I colleen o'connor ig rr I Q , , A Q 4-T we A, gg uf: 1.-M A 4 f an I , . A ,- , my r all r W V , 1, Viv" A 5 ,Q i will ily' , 'iff ' E fl? A f , ,gi iv 5 K 7 Q , ii. Y P - ,'-' : --2 E 3' A " A f ,, ,ji 4: ' , gk iw, , X V S A -1 ,K , ' , . ,., W ,Y gi , H A . 5-z r ' 2 H be l,,, chris oberg Iydia ojeda tonya ojeda patoliverio alice o'neill shlrley orr brenda ortega bob osberg cheryl osborn pete osborne john owens vicki owens sophomore berwyn parker retrieves the ball during 3 Close battle with grossmont. matadors began the game with a strong lead, but lost it to the foothillers in the second quarter. 155 l greg owings ahming oyama lucinda painter ted pantazoplus berwyn parker don parker larry parkinson teresa paterson elaine payette john pecoraro jocene pederson janice peightal mark pelley debbie pemberton lamont pemberton dayna pendleton danny peretti mary perez marina perry george phife dan phillips theresa phillips john pickerd larry pigo rose price susan price charles prine charles pryatel nancy puckett brian pullan josie raborn ricky radasa ken radi candy rains mike ranaglia charmaine rasmussen penny rasmussen dan ratta ruben ray vincent real 1 E ' . 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Z? 2, 'Xt "Mu an ,f 'A K E ' M Vw Z V .L ,gf Sheryl Strangman I S fy r,,. , . robert Strasbaugh gi: robert jarneS takes time out from hiS uSuaI class work to help SODNOVYIOVG doug barcus with an aigebra llc ' problem. 159 sr l the sophomore class council has worked tremendously to help improve their class' activities. all have contributed many after school hours towards their class' success. front row: cindy ferland, nori tilton, ron chubb, karen Steiger, shirley ralfson, karen donna strong ginni stroud raquel Stubbs chris summers dean sundahl david sunderhaft matt Sutherland derral sutton don Swanson karen Sweet bob swier kathy szemerey joe tachiquin dale tally brian tarpey david taylor grant taylor rob taylor Suetaylor carolyn tena jane tenney terry thatcher mikethomas brenda thompson ken thompson schlehuber. second row: karen morero, kathi white, shelli fletcher, marla dwyer, Sunnythorp, larry mc cann, carol williams, thersa davis. v - "' V lltr 3 . it to l r -fs A "" , ' .. i " 1, . if 4' ' in - " . :Z ' ' 'iwli W .n k A liffz.-:W L, 5 ,, w .5 A WW ' :fi "" M, 3 ' 'i , .. 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I f W fc Q K l T' kwa., .+L- r4""1 4' 1 if wif' .. .bw A ut s F 0 sophomore randy lee works hard to perfect his strokes on the boys swim team. the team practices hard every day to improve their skills. ?..E...'m-v ' sophomore kelly stubbs has been mount miguel's top preformer on the girls gymnastic team. with her help in participating in all events, she has led her team to many victories. 162 kathy white 23533: 'Q s it v , " lil .,,i..fA, ffm E- .1 - 3 mark white ' t . debbie whitley roland wiggs -gl. f ix . ., its K fa .4- Lfmk . i few ,, L fl 'fy H il' ff, mm, fmwfoxwmwwwi t . , .N-w...t.w.,uw. X, M if if 1- W., Q v . me t 15 4 Qs- this has enabled them to win many swim meets this year. some of the teams top men are: marty mc celland, dave wilhite, kevin mc kenzy, and steve solomon. X -ff' "" or fm N4 tMSf1 g, st Q ix is if if it keeping score at a close match against helix is joyce morero and yolanda yargas. not only do mat girls participate in matches, they also serve a breakfast to the team. 163 E258 J X sfmfzzfzxi . X 1 j as , 9 .. I Q ' ' is .X i ' at 535359 i - :ri .1 , use ,. I Q s rick wilber carol williams jerry williams sandy williams terrilyn williams mary kay williamson hugh willingham jeff wilson larry wilson rozann wilson dick wolfe ineta wood colette woosley milo young diane young john yepiz pam yeargin janelle zieber rick zimmerman tony zuniga nancy abercrombie david adams alice affieck janisailshie terry alcarez marlyn alcorn debbie alger brack allen jacquelyn allen rhonda allen terry allen henry alvarez martha amargo brenda anderson kim anderson Iavonne anderson susan archambeaut ruben arguiles beatrice argutlez kathy arrasmith kim arrasmith karen arwood mike arwood donna askew mark atanasoft juan avila yvonne bagalini beth balaban beth bailey lois banasiak daun barber lex barker cheryl barnette diane bartley steve bartmas tom beckham debbie bellante paul bennett mitch benson evelyn berger brenda bergwell randy berk sharon berkel daniel bernal candy bernard renae beveridge darlrae bickley jan binkle carrying heavy buckets of hot soapy water and multitudes of rags, the spirited members ofthe junior class worked hard washing cars one saturday in orderto raise money for their senior year. besides the car wash, they also hosted a successful junior class dance and a donkey basketball game. being concerned about college entrance requirements, juniors took the preliminary scholastic aptitude test which showed how they ranked in percentage plus the improvement needed before entering into their senior year. junior class council-front row: carol klee, mary jones, anita brewster. jim mcpherson, tom stephenson. second row: dan ulch, tony salazar, mark price, brian cochran, mike Contreras. not shown: beth bailey, jan binkle, joe lukacik, veronica sanchez, karen simpson, eric sjogren, steve Willett. 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S xfxs . ff em , S A D1 , S 5 2 til' fi Q fx, "' ..,. , ' 1 V .hail it 7' W ' " K , , , E E in 'S ,uf treasurer. yvone bishop pam bjeiland debbie blackford patblakeley joe blanohard dana blundell darlene boatright steve bolieu rick boring mike boscia gary bradbury tim brandt deborah brashars dale bretches barbara brewer anita brewster glenda brook rose brook vince broesch jim brown laura brown Carole brunkaw Carolyn budd sandy budd debbie booth jay builard bill buhrkuhl linda burkleo carl burns barbara burton rose bush sally bushue miiiss butts peter Cafferata joe camel joey cannon nick Cappiello marshal Cappiello glenn Carlson Carl Carter robin Carter dan Case john Castellanos joe castrerjon george castrerjon duane Cervantes jesse Cesent monica Chamberlain mark Chapman daniel Chavez Charlene chelberg lin an attempt to raise money for their senior year, members of the junior class mary Chen enthusiastically washed cars at the junior car wash which was held in early november. francine ciccati tommy clabby luraynne clark don Clay dave Cloud diane Cloud brian Cochran sharon Coleman jody Collinge mike Contreras patty cook cheryl cooper joe Cormier peter Corrao rosalia Corrao dana Corson cheryl cousins kirk Cowell dan coxe marty Coyne steve craig robert cranor trudy Crawford Ieah cruz randy Curry sandi Curry cindy d'ambrosia buddy dail richard darst mike daves ken davidson dave davis jim davis Ieonard davis mike dawson donna desantis barbara dearman jim dekarske david delarm debra denmon CC , Q, .C tt,, A i . 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'z ,X X . 1 1 t ' QQ.: bernard figuracion jim fike richard filacclo nancy finley susan fisher debra fisher rocking to the beat of the band travis during the junior class dance, which was held on october 20, are some ofthe many students who helped to make this dance a huge suc cess for all. l67 3 5 5 "howdy ya'll' welcomes the junior float to the crowd at this year's home- coming. other floats ridden by juniors included choir, band, and i club. barbara gall tom gallagher maureen gamble nancy gamble anna marie garcia jim garcia julian garcia debbie garske kathy george barbara gibson karen gies linda gilchrist ken gillam debbie ginos illene goldstien ron gomez amelia goncalves laurie good debbie gordon janet grant steve grantham ella graves karen greggs susan gregg x-F Q' 451 k 'W i ' ' . ' ':L:"':: 5 1, -' Qisfzisffi. r .- " -i t .N . - ' .Ig . ---- w --fs: Q: eg .. . ,. - . - ' . V Q f f 1 -sf S ' .ff .. . 2 SEQ . . :..E N.,, A t..,,,f,.r.. .... 5 ir, .Q ,.-t S. X X EQ Q tt S. 15.52 .. 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R A1 g if rr gr 52521 zz greg grider terry griggs 1 4 31 5 I It j 4 .qj laurie gum judy gunn mark guynn pam hadzima peggy haehlen mark haehn . ,cf ER X lj ge E ! 4' 9 'Q' X c by . f tzfsif s 'E W 5 L ' fn vw? K , il Ks . 51 N A 235 f E I Q' 1 li 3 2 15, I ...... , S S, ei 5, S Q, .153 igflfj, junior drummers roger friend, daun barber, and richard suarez show intense concentration during one of the many practices of marching season. "FY j s f' . -5 A X i X X S Q I :.e.:5?.t,. 1 .Q 1sisfe3,2sz 6,132 X 5 , A it Q , Y 4 5 5 99 J. K9 J , ,I-: rQe:4mgw:e2.w ,J , as-1-H. R, W- is is ww-9 K in si wg 3 1 fi ilk. Q 5212122 f15xff53:?'fL5Ef 1 V J.-3. K in Q 1 NT Q. is-its D 4 W, 5 Egg Q Q Q Jul: -we ,..,. . A H Q 'F , pgs ' A : ft' r t l if t he t .L -M-'5x"'g:'ZIt"5'fE l :"" 7 A 7.2-je, ,Pe-qs I ,.- N kj 'IQ 4 ki rlH1vs.f",GMPNrzQ:1: Lima? Us ' L 169 brian hall nancy hall ruth hardtke richard harmon rocky hardin barbara harris katherine harris -'narty harris debbie harrison janis harter sue hayes bruce heath kristy heitz skip hemp larry hernandez wendy hernandez donna hewit Iorna hiapo robin hillstone diana hinojos dale hoffman carlton hoggard amy homant pam hood emory hook joel horn jessica hortt ken huey gary hunt david huston matt hyatt robert inscore terry irving Iaurie jacobsmeier conniejeffers mariejeffrey brenda jenkins jessjenner debbiejohnson monica johnson vlckie jolly gordon jones john jones karenjones Iindiejones maryjones steve jordan paula kaplan pam kauffman beckie keill teresa keith mark kendall west kennerly gail kenney scott ketelsen robben king kathleen kingsbury bruce kirk cherie kissinger larry kissinger mary ann kitchen carol klee paul kleine doris klemm gary knight jim knorr mark koch theresa kohanek steve koike kathleen kornegay barbara kraska jim kravs bill kreuzer john krings bruce kusumoto david kusumoto rocky Iancaster brad lasalle kerry lattman trixy Iattman mike layton debbie leboeuf tk 'V K i jr K 4,,,,,:i.yus- -'v 'Q ' ta, 'iff 5' V . 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' "ZX " ,, -' W,.M,,w,W-W , . ,V,. . , ,, . ,WMM f 522, .1 E 'fa if 51,1 ,f 42 fl sa EF- team we emphasizing an opinion about the spoils system of the jacksonian era during a u.s. history class is mark guyn to steve solomon, and paul martin. l7l - - , ' fkfif - V' ff Alfeiifqiiftf i N315 .ag '5 av 4 6 4- 4 Y. 6 zz QQ eg... ff l Y! 3 4 155175 :af-1 '- A' ii" fi gf f ,iz , if M ff 1 fi. f H K X A gf , gf . . 2 f gig ,v ' if I lydia Iedesma jim Ieibold susan le roy dave Iey dave leyva renee liggett cathy liljestrom kathy lilly muriel lipska steve Iomeli dave lopez gus lopez jon lower linda lowery andy lucero robert ludwig annetfe 'ujan joe lukaciak carol lynch john madigan julie manriquez michelle markovich yolando marmolejo kim marshall gary martin paul martin david martinez sandy martinez alma mason trisha mason curt matson ronda matson david maynard andrea mays tina mazza tom mc bride Charlene mc cance robert mc cleary barbara mc cormick anne mc cullough phillip mc elroy linda mc elyea .Wt bonnie mc kee , if . dam' mc kevef charlotte mc hall glenda mc nally robert mc namara jim mc pherson mike mc gowen karen medcalf alvaro mena ron merideth patty merrit sharon meyer randy milford mike millen joyce miller pam miller bob millum david minkler jackie minor bob moline frances molter steve monaghan alan moore edwin moore rosemary moore joyce morero david morgan kathy morrison steve mosley david mueller mark muir debbie mullins alan myers bryan myers debbie nation john nauslar suzann navarette robert neel darla nelson randy nemetz ralph nichols tedd nicholson debbie norman ken norton tom nute rochelle nutt :. s" .f:-: r-2: f::s'.?i..:f.b:'::mf- :I .'f:3ss..i::-:f':' . , ,, -..ii.,,,... .,Q., ,1- ,.,..i., .5 j K ffl ,. lf.. , Lf.i A es, fgjg,4.t My a :shea . ,, ' .- I fs' iv . -1' i ,v Q .i 2, 4' M V fs: 35' ig 3 j :rj S x' 11 i Y YW .. - kd Q . - 5. if A ' - ff 5 Q 'Vie 5 . 2 - et Q ,i:',.'. -is 1 -. ss, 9 X , Q Q if X . - reflex QC ft, ,,, ss wifes PM- 1 EN. g x N E sr t E vas ., as-.W , N fi A v ' ei ' files legs? it -. K X ax xg. - . It 1 H 2 ,fr an - -,Qt i ig ' rigor f . Q i 5 . f - .f QSSQS .1- i t i ff Q- f . it ix' i A . , y..y Ai rg X A I. -- gf : fifty L eff. it L K tl? is as :Ex i s L was -Q E ' 0 I N, Y S X X i X Y: N bobby nye paul nyquist mary obendorfer kathy o'brien melody odell ron olivares matt oneil kathleen orcutt during the christmas concert held in the gym, the barber shop quartet performed as one of their numbers "the twelve days of christmas- hawaiian style." the quartet members are: dan cody, lead tenorg scott lasalle, high tenor: bryant callihan, baritone: john brega, bass. 172 also Q f - wzkavss. U. gf jg jj? l nffkik it if sta:-l' s W 1 ,-if j ily, 5 QT r E f v 'fs 6 WY l j I. :P Q . if ff rx 1 -. -if A - rx- . r . . NY V' i my Y A E V s .' le e, ifajfg ' X . - 1 K li t r, K A .Lj mg . A1 Eli: we " IF' f fi' . -. Mi- "5,::S?':: f .': ' kr jvlijfils, 'I i f It .t -- E K FE' i I A , ,jf s MM .Qif 1 W - , 1 X rr., . " "X Z-7'l43E?f' . 1 . 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J A 'X X iff ' avg, fu , 13" 'QXQT X- X X 'X X' X X.. .XXX 't.XX X XXwXXXlllW XXX 'studio night" sponsored by the drama department jeff pene tony peters Webb peters dennis peterson mike phillips mike phillips ed pilley debbie plarnendon alica posada sandy prager mark price rodger price bonney pudsey mike radi hilary ropoza penny rasmussen linda raymond debbie recchia donna reeb ken reed jean reiland cindy remmes don reynolds harold rhodes deeann rickard bobo richards bill riggins debbie rilling joe ristorucci david rivera bill roach ed rolfson tom rollins tony romano mark root brian ross jane ross peter rounds becky ruf christina ruiz gina ryan phil salas anthony salazar laura salmon veronica sanchez clara sanders rosalyn saputo kathy Sanders carlos santanna dave sarant tony Sawyer antoinette sbarbaro steve schimack dan schirmer debbie schoemaker tim schoenweb diane schupp pam schuh jim scoble jay seaman barbara sele carol serr angela Serrano barbara seymore greg shea peggy shea jim sherbacon dean shrum rex shumake john shumate james Skinner it 4 i 1 Q . v vfqswfinz juniors laurie good and barbara sele laughingly serve corps advisor kathy lamb her dinner at the second annual cape corps fish fry, W is X ' J' its . . 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V P2-5 K "ri PA RA RA Pl PARA 69.4 ' . sri if .irrs S L L f'..l, . r tom stephenson t ffffq L ' V . s .rss is s 1 as 1 5 an Massa: .,,. va... ll A 3 its 2 i ,, ff 5 sifillfilgz 4 debbie stevens 9 3' - fzcif s 5 5 Q .i s P ed steward .QF f:-r " Y' X X eg ff. g f f y . .. ,y..y A? ,-- Q vw- L If Yu. : melvin stewart students of cherie harleys first period english class re-enact the trial of nick ramono W from the book "knock on any door." this trial was televised and replayed to the stu- dents. l 175 1 judy stockmoe benn stolte gay Stoudt steve Stover Stanely studd karen Styler richard Suarez debbie Sullivan marie sullivan michael surf joe Sutherland debbie swanson tedd Sykes Constance ta ua res gary taylor james taylor eric tena jill thatcher mark thomasson arlene thompson cheryl thompson robert thompson sam thompson patthoknton george tidball bob tilaro pam todd rick tooze mike townsend bill trask Sue traxler amella tufts kim tufts roz turner sue twells mike uhl dan ulch f vi ,..- i ef , E z , V -V , wsu: 'f f 2' . 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J, 1 is, f r ' if ,, iiiV .i,i i t jf ft - +43 -'Q x .fi N it . dave urban sylvia uruchurtu allan utterback stephanie van zant teresa varoz esperanza villa mike upham brenda vinas chris visconti jeff vizer laura von kline linda von kline dee dee wallace richard waller debbie walls ken walls yolda Walters barbara watson georgia watson denyse watters chris weber nona weber robertwhisenhunt deborah whitaker cheryl wiersma james wilson robert wilson susan wilson jill williams steve williams steve willett marla wise sheraun wistrom tim wohlwead kathy wolfe steve wolfe darlene wondrash ivan wong ron worthington wayne worthington marie wright steve wright violet wright mike young dean zazvorka charles zimmer roger zimmerman vickie zimmerman 4 excelling in one or more of twelve subject areas, the junior standouts were selected by teachers of junior subjects. an added emphasis to this year's criteria for qualification was that these selected students must enjoy their particular subject area. 1. english: eric sjrogren, irlene thompson. 2. social studies: carol serr, brian cochran. 3. business: debbie sullivan, bob millum. 4. math: steve wolf, karen gies, vic owens. 5. language: eric sjrogren, yolanda marmolejo, brad mc dade. 6. music: andrea mays, carolyn budd, mark raasmussen. 7. science: steve wolf, steve williams. steve kolke. 8. vocational arts: georgia watson, linda lowery, ken walls, steve willett. 9. art: dan westrup, john siscon, photography: west kennerly. Cnot shown: paul deweyl 10. journalism: steve wolf, barbara sele, mike contreras. 11. physical education: amy homant, diane doll, steve soloman, jesse jenner. 12. drama: mark price, rosalyn saputo. speech: rick bOl'll'1g,Cal'0lyl'i budd, mark d'zarnaski. M W w9 r 9 YES? ,A ME. ' v ,A A 3 . '7 ' f I 1 . 9 Q I my Yrll?x , M yq, 777,40 may 4 X f ,fx yv 5 X. ffm S .ag . 179 N-4. w M Q x , 1, 1 5 I: si. L I A R K '49 fl B photo by carl Weber after being voted upon by their fellow seniors, a number of the outstanding members of the class of 1973 were presented as senior standouts at the banquet. the leadership of this class by its class officers and the volunteer class advisors gave much attention to organizing their senior banquet, prom, baccalaureate, and graduation. w -,, 1.18" V? Q-all f fzv 'NWN gm ,V .v 3 X V 1 M, If 'f if A 'V ,, 13,1514 , 5' U . --Af the most likely to succeed: nana law ' and rick debus ' 4 nd miss senior class: susie and mark dobransky H .eiwif4i,, Y in ailisnie i jimalesi 5 ronaid aibee anthony aiesi edward adams peter aiesi richard admire displaying their enthusiasm for our school by attending the animo supper on the fourteenth of september are jim peabody, robert holms, and max keyte. ' the animo supper, heldforp the second consecutive year, was as success. ' carlossadams s , juiie ad ams j Q adrian ajicaiqji a ihosmag affieck , - p erslinda alirez deborah alien thomas ailen competing against mission bay during a meet held in balboa park are rick debus Ueftl and joe badger Qrightj. rick and joe were named to the all league cross-country team. audrey anderson karen anderson stephen anderson vanessa anderson sherry antey bertha arellanes everett arguilez donna armstrong karen arrowsmitn thomas ashman amy atanasoff barbara atkins nancy atkinson joe badger 185 hazel bailey john bains ' deborah baker ricky baldan robert balderas janice baldwin ,,.f shirley barcello Kathleen ba rch sa nd ra barnett barb barrett striving to become better businesswomen in our constantly changing world are torrie nelson Cleft! and nancy farness fcenierj, in mr. hornecker's second period business lab class. students experience all facets ofthe business world. jolene bates madonna bates danny beam debbie beaulreu A A . shella beaudet bonnae beaver if holding a meeting in helen santangelo's english room are the members of black awareness. organized last year by james dalrymple, students in black awareness have joined to become more aware of themselves in our changing society, janice beebe robert beeson michiyo benchuans carol bendixen michael benson david benz x 1. ,ff , K , ,X V f f . ik ygfZ,3,rf davld bernal allen bighorse Lwhg yvonne bishop jonathan black debra boggan daphne bolton 187 fvma., walter bon nea u debbie booth francis boscia michael boscia Shelley bowman john brega alan bridges michael brionez rw ,Q MWWM 4 WO' W V , .,,, ,,,, l W ' "'h" " l Mfwris, . fr 1 zf'fl-"llE'lqf,!,,i Iz 172, rv 'ff ,, 1 ,W - , ,,,l.,,, ,,,l E ,, , A ,V , 'ilwi ,rf " N ' ' l,,-,--l, 2, ,,,.. , . M , X one of the first privileges of being a senior is having your picture taken by professional photographers for the yearbook. this year, robinson's portrait studio was chosen to take the senior yearbook pictures. 1, just a little nervous with anticipation about her sitting, debbie clevenger walks hesitantly into the store. 2. because the portrait studio is on michael brown robert brown susan brown Carole brunkow 188 . L K or 9 , I r E 'M i M xi ' ' the second floor, debbie must take the giass ei- evator up to the studio for her picture, 3. before she has her picture taken, debbie registers and decides if she wants additional poses or optional drapes. choice of drapes in- ciuded white, blue, or black feathers, biue and black v neck drapes and cap and gown. 4. debbie waits whiie the photographer adiusts the camera. Za hr.. carl brust pairna buchea gail buchmann sharon burdick in. casey cable donna Cain bryant caliihan david camacho mariah burgio shiriey burns ily Z, pamela bushong patrick byrne 4 . 4,,ww.lgw,i ,V fiyffyii T' X fi MHZ' ZH fe . f , W . . ,, if , 1 ,. , ,, -W .',- 45 ew, Q, fmt, ,,f, ,H f ' f V"' gi ' w wmfff V, , jacquelynn Campbell "2 ,' 17' wif 3f?z'f7'JZ ff W ,, ,, , j "" W ,il , gf Collecting weekly examinations from his second period Civics Class is instructor donald evans. designed to give students a basic knowledge of government. applied arts Civics teaches how to become intelligent voters. W john cannon terrie Cano jeannie Carlile dlane Carlson mellnda Carlson ruth carnes robert castellanos yvonne Castello george Castrejon michael Cervantes mlguel Cesena paul Chamberlain 190 william Campbell Q william cohen rita chance hector chavez Charlene chelberg joel chester lori chisnell susan christian james clark luann claytx n - A,-.X Q.-.fl sb' ll 13' Q-. ., V aff 316' gf My gg? debbie clevenger kathleen Cobb daniel cody diana cody explaining to college prep students the use of pi in finding the area of circles and curves is elizabeth anderson in first period advanced senior math. allison cole 1 ,,,,,,A HW ,Q-. ,N I 42 X 4 My 'vw -9, HH, debbie collinge joe cook patty cook sharon cook deri coon paul Copeland nana corfield mike Cormier ray corrao su san cortooassi kit cossin gait coudy robert Cowan patty craig cindy criger mark crim jane crossvvhite ciria cruz sharon cunningham richard dacy 192 cheryl davenport 5, l jeannette davis S' fi f barbara dearman george de frate W v ' W 'UQN-" L' 5 ,, zgwfflniwzk W , ,, 4 1 fi ' , fu' , , if-Q"f ' M' if 1 ,gf fa? an , annette de knljf l Q riff 43 22 V Q NE P get A l , 24 ' nf V . 54,, .I f fry ,frjfkyg in Y .1-f Z 2 2 2 1 SH Q f ir fi, ' ?, PA -.. , 9 , fw W f ' M W ff +5 4' ,.- , , if f 5 l t 3 My a ? yg g 4 1 X V9 W J K- - fr interesting varsity cheerleader pam rnitchell has found something inthe bushes that has caught her eye but pam has acquired a slight problem, she's gotten her head stuck in between two of the wrought iron posts. after this picture, pam finally managed to get free and be her usual self once again. Cphoto by ca rl webery mark de moss richard debus ken deel norman deesing thomas deise frank demling 193 5 Ml.. walter deskins e kittierdlc ki nsonl composed of oral practice with fellow students and independentwritten projects, fourthland fifth year students learn much about the the grammar and usage of the spanish language. insiructed by ann hansorl, college prep spanish year 4 and 5 also teaches Students about culture of spain and mexico. jean dimock mark dobransky michael doncheski robin dowdy janet duke gregory duncan mary easter vita eckles susan edgil james edrozo rebecca ellis john elms 194 ea rlene engle W' scott fa rthing terry finnegan jeanette enriquez susan ensch daniel eppard deborah eppard roger estrada colleen fahey nancy farness leading the choir as they sing "give me your tired, your poor" is linda mc clain who replaced robert boucher as choir director this year. Shelley flau larry fleming gary fletcher denise follett l95 l gemforan rQnai d.formaUek l l a u r mda f ragosjQ j bi9C3QY 5g73g ?5 ff: 5I ' l f g P " ' Q f george garcia 13535552 L A V, fexp13'ih ih'g fide SC i'e nce oi m6ti-Dfiih 'chefu hivei?semw'ith,the heI bhjQfan ibQe ?3fQeadfhAl , 5 h h fi ' 'f 'L 'p'fOiECf9H5 g?f 3:m"5W3 USQU,Ci 5V3-U S hi S'D1!'1y SiC5 C1'a55 e. DhY5i5C5 5fU 9fe:?3'f5f' f i se grn 1 ne pny51cax pmpgrfaeS ofxne e1e menr5 and me frainSf5Q r ma ss fmiQf eneg gy , Q 5 mary ga rcia Sa b f rfQ2 Sa fCf2 mpg: hae! galifir rsfifn d5Q Ugge g2X 1 f1 a f1C6 gehirf if X terri german gary gibbett therse gietzen sandra lee gist 'ti gina gladding armida gomez amelia goncalvez james grant ginny green april grise lativia grissom mark haehn 1. calvin hall douglas hall holly hancock trudy hanson what is it really like to be a stewarcless? psa's representative answers questions like this at the career development center where informative sem- inars are co-ordinated in all areas of employment. f Wammima - E cheerleaders karen Schuff, leesa taylor and jan utterback join gary klusman of the footbail team in waving the victory sign after the c.i.f. game. caroie harris ji-1n ice hartelsf 5 l g l jQh t3 ha i chi vickiheaton glen hedstrom gerry heflin eloise henC1erS0f3 mon ioa he rn a ndez gayIe he rDId + af1fw hefffe?ai i k,f,- i riobbig hga rgi g craig hie paul higbee robert hill frank hinkle 1 8 r 5 christy hiser michael hobb , , 54 ' 1 .62 .135 x , f ,J - erecting the banner before the football game with the eagles are the varsity cheerleaders and mt. miguel's mascot as matador team warms up for the contest. victorious over el cajon by a score of 26-O in their first game of the season, the matadors went on to win 6 out of 7 league games. twylla hobb Clifford hobbs james hoffman carlton hoggard Kathleen holmes patti hood julie hook ' 'fiv jaimie hortt janice hosaka danie! nuff mil nuffaker cnaroiette hummeil patricia humphreyi ca ray hu rtt ,Mi 5 X, , in a deep sleep induced by dr. iamesare bi!! wake, iuiie murphy, carol riley sue cortopassi, randoiph wharff, tara green, dan cody, and di:-me Carlson. hypnotized subjects know what the-y're doing but the hypotist controls their actions. mark hyatt stanley ingraham timothy irving patricia jackson ii yirobertriacksoonf 1 yi imikeiiac.obS mieiori f o f i amen -f3I'3i'l'il!iO,i zip o A debbie jarmoni i f 2 200 r gj Qi 2 ' ' ".,'.,.,sig,.1:. sv ,N f- . as X X N q ffm, N, 4, mary jasper Ieslie jeffries marie jeffery john jennings AK A beverly johnson donald johnson mark johnson michael johnson told by hypnotist dr. james that his shoes had rock music coming from them, senior bill wake listens to stereo through a unique set of headphones. fs X- .fx iii w ' F" 4 fr.. KN larry jolly jeanette jones van joslyn jack kenega 201 u i i l i i ii making a guest appearance at the senior banquet is the music departments male quartet singing an assortment of songs from their repertoire. ii s21 f ykSnhed y 5 de n n is k imbfeii A 1 iqefnkii i sanefking sharon kung john klein ' ' mmVA- 5Q5niQ rfra hdy Strjhgermmimtenilyywtxrks Qn thf2'QufliLne Qfa hijuhsefuride3r.thef k' L Supervision pf ha mid belfggra ndy is a partmdfwfir. bergfs fchirdmperikod advahcedfif ' f V if Q L fdfaffjhg ctass. randy,f like njany students, ,Hngis j:hat'thehtimE goes. qu ic.kiyQ.A ' gaifY K Hed I ef m 2fe2 fe f kbfnegew l korrme k raq 5 mark ku nde david la berge victor la faver scott la salle of' l r lorie Iaird joe lambert jonathan Iange arlene langlois kerstin lanham douglas law putting a lot of concentration and effort in hitting the shuttlecock over the net is senior ciria cruz. ciria is enrolled in jane trude's fourth period badminton class. senior kathy toporczyk looks on. joe leatherman david ledesma gary lee janice leibold 203 teri leigh linda leroux nancy libsack sheree lillard wendy lindsay brenda long mike long rachel lopez robert lopez rosemary lopez john lord .5 , Q53 . . 6' :iff ' Q, ' ., Q ri Q was EE ,ee at the pep assembly held on november third, varsity cheerleader pam mitchell and senior dan cody participate in the jello eating contest. the matadors lost their first league game to helix that night, 26-13, but the matador spirit was still there. rebecca lord diana lothspeich cindy louis linda lowery mike lowry Chris lubic linda lucero james lundquist ieaerfolllynch e i1dio p7emeagL1 ire i l A aiii l debfajrmgljig rw ronald mancuso leslie manning linda marshall ralph martin larry martinez alma mason jeff mattnews karen maurer 205 anthony may alicia maymes ted mayors judy mc carty marty mc clelland rex mc combs david mc coy michele mc coy leo mc cullough mark mc dade michael mc farland rick mc intire kevin rnc kenzie louise mc nally W in the process of repairing the engine qmotorj mounts is senior casey cable. students enrolled in daniel loreman's auto mechanics course learn the basic fundamentals of repairing common problems with the car's engine and body frame. 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'K ie' rs e e 'S rwffigfeigegefi patricia mercer tom merritt laurise michel paul millan bill miller ee E- . f if-aw we Q if :this year mt. miguel had itsifirst all-girl tennis team, and senior mafgairet kolwanek played the number i two-posiiion. the team was coached by sally kraska. chester miller pam miller Sherrie miller craig miner linda mitchell pam mitcnell eric molter 207 dousias s s s m ontggomefry 1 , .fimsQrhv m0s0dy fi ssss s 5 if ssss fame sFf'100r6ssssr . l . ffff ,s20etsfsmoorse12gs Q s ss s r QSq3mi5?FY smQsQsrfe sss ss i i s 4 ss s srwfhnmvvfegsff-3 sssss Q1 . fggroyfse msQf6-V01 s s john moxfgan ed morris katherine morrison terry morrison katherine morse winning 6 out of 7 ieague games made the matador footbail team el igibie for James mosser cif this yearg steve haynes isshown here tackling his iincoln opponent, miguels contenders for the county titiesin the preiiminary zgifplayoifs held at aztec stadium. michaelmotts s maclelyn moydell tracy rnuir ,S . . - ii,5,,i..efi,.,,sk , . .. . julie mu r QQ - 1 jozanne tim neel Ns Q Me i , gi eikm 1 X X Y ,ii 'X' X t X Xia ax Q ei i X 'Mi broadening his knowledge of the civil war, adrian alcala studies after school in the library. adrian was named a semi-finalist for a scholarship as a result of the na- tional merit test he took as a junior. only 11 other people in the nation scored higher than he. other seniors- robert brown, bob cowan, rick debus, mike doncheski and steve rower did well, but did not place as semi-finalists. navarette s bruce nelson torrie nelson 209 mona neuhaus jannette nielsen alan nunez alex nunez becky nunn Katherine o'l:irien teresa o'neill jeanne olson measuring forrcap and gown in the foyer uf the gym is . the representative from continetaiicap and gown ' L company. graduating seniors paid their fee of 55.50 ' ' L for rent-alrandr were measured d urihgr therir gym periods. don opperman 1 ncharci pacheco art palmer brian parchman henry parson judy pawius fra nkpecoraro michaelr peralto r carol perkins laurie petrie de-bra phillips 210 suzanne pickerd betsy pike mary piraino kim pittman peggy powers susan prager keith pratt Carmen quinones diana raab linford ramos Li We 900'-4-14-4' president mike doncheski conducts a key club meeting as members bill wake and john siscon listen to his plans for helping the kiwanis deliver apples to locations served by the club. other duties include painting the bleachers every year and cleaning the stands and football field after all home games fm linda raymond cathy reams david reams byron redburn 211 colleen reed Curt reeder dan reiland pauline repard scott richard cathieen richardson mark ricnardson deeann rickard mary ricketts carol riiey juanita rincon renee rivera donald rogers ernest romero steven rooney steven rower it takes a sense of baiance and timing to perform on the gymnastics team, here a member ofthe team demonstrates a portion of the floor exercise routine. Qi .M ., 7.,.Wef , ,K ,,- W -I f W-0 r? r""""'-ff'ff'w',"F1"Q.,isii2.iei ' 'MM' l senior mark dobransky has a problem of defending grossmont high's basket. mark number 55 plays fore- ward for mt. miguel, but now he's playing guard. Fwy lx 4 K . X 5 ' ' ' - an e david ruggles conception ruiz larry russ renee russ mike ryan steven ryan clara sanders teresa Sanders katherine schaufler karen scneidler linda scnellenberg debra scnlehuber danai s scn re ue r ika fen schu ff Carol sem' i2ff1Seabefg ronald shaver judy Shaw donna Seymore dawn shafer l fhis year mfg migues held many QSSEIQHDHGS for fhe smdem body to acknowledge its L , athletes. here coach riedbiass intfod'uceS' embers of the wrestiing team. pa triCi a Sheppard mafy s h oCki ey jChn S l'1L4 ma'te robertsimmons 214 candy simohds susansimonds david smith i miguel, state-wide known for its excellent wrestling team. came through again this year. matches were attendedby many spirited seniors. sue Sinclair robin sjogren harry slagle clay smith douglas smith jim smith nelson smith denise snow patricia spagnolo catherine sparacino sue spencer 215 , i,i,,.,,, , i 1 barry Spooner brenda Spratley :IGN gary Steen f kevin Steinberg hilary Stelmar mary Stenbeck donna Stenberg jennifer Stevenson philip Stevenson ca rolyn Stewa rt im- ann Stinchcomb Q-A norman Strasbaugh discussing plans for the Sweethearts ball held on february 2 are members diane Carlson, julie murphy, and laurinda fragoso at a girls' league meeting. randall Stringer christopher Sullivan S ,lf ,ffff M projects chairman sue cortopassi suggests ushering at the old globe theatefto s-club member cindy lewis, for one of the various services girls do forthe community. lornesummlt clndysundahl charles sutherland stanley swler darrell swung nancy swunney benny tainatongo teodoro taluban Constance tavares leesa taylor mary taylor rosalie telles eric tena earline thompson 217 gavin thompson harold thompson anne marie thorpe gordon thorton sl 1, '?fef'1 . r owooo- fi, I L V. o..X. .. 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I I , W , l f' "" ' i if ,g l ' ' if- 151 l . -ra' ir s 1- ' ' 3333 drinking "moonshine," playing the baseboard, and strumming a guitar are three ofthe activities "hillbilly" choir members enjoy during the homecoming festivities. granite hills lost to the matadors by a score of 14-7: during halftime diane Carlson was announced homecoming queen for 1972 by a.s.b. advisor keyte. g r wade tinkham rhonda tobin Katherine toporczyk thomas topping ralph torres rosario torres james toth 218 elated over news of being elected homecoming queen, dia ne carlson is congratulated by her sister leslie. marjorie trebbien garry tweedy mary untalar jan utterback Carmen valdez manuel valdez debra vance judy viereck bradley voorhees jack wagner rita wagner paul wahlgren rf 1 ii:-. bill wake debbie walker robert wallace dorothy watson it takes experienceito design a iaycut, as co-senidr editors debbie clevenger Uefti and joann wehiner ifrightj have fauna! out this iast yeanhere joann and debbie discuss positioning of senior standouts. senior daricodyawaits his turn, peggy Webb i carl Weber joann wehner daniel weidy richard weils randoiph wharf d + i i'idwairdiwi'1eeIer 7 nt ' qd0naid'whiiei i i i rebeccawhitedi i i robert whiskey this year seniors and other interested students had an opportunity to listen to guest speakers about different career fields. this speaker is from the san diego county department of bugiaries. david wilhite marilynn wilkerso danny williams philip williamson melanie willis Cynthia wilson o elizabeth wilson sandra winters terry winn viki wolman sheryl woodson rita woody debra yacko any yocum gary york dean zazvorka top ten percentt john brega richard debus Iuz garcia karen anderson katherine toporczyk viki wolman cathy reams kerstin lanham stanley swler nana corfield pauline repard torrie nelson john mc pherson annette de knijf william wake carl brust michael do nscheski mark untalan donna seymore joann weh ner susan cortopassi kathleen morse karen maurer janet king lizabeth cremer M frank alves robert balderas bonnie beaver janice parker 2 dawn shafer susan sinclair steven rower michele mc coy robert cowan marjorie trebbien Q' elizabeth daniels jolene bates , Wy? korrine kraus udith mc carty ff ' sandy budd linda marshall cynthia remmes nancy osborne deborah herron gary lee robert brown janis ailishie W WW wif debra phillips linda raymond carol serr kathleen cobb sherry antey linda may mary anne stenbeck Carole harris roberta sjogren monica hernandez mona neuhaus mary shockley jan utterback regina giacinto patricia humphrey doreen jaramillo margaret kohanek michelle sptiz 222 'top ten percent are in grade point average order Y 6 r W In 5 yr Mgr top ten of 1973 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 stan swier-3.884 kerstin Ianham-3.884 karen anderson-3.956 nana corfield-3.851 .cathy reams-3.904 richard debus-4.000 .Iuz garcia-4.000 fhonoraryj .john brega-4.000 .pauline repard-3.840 h 10. v i k i wol m a h-3 . 9 56 'vu W l 7 l 4a :SV 1' mzewivmdwwvmzfq ,,11,'fv,'f', IV fff. v E: VL . 4 Rf senior standouts 1. photography - paul Schneider, frank pecoraro. 2. journalism - sue cortopassi, robin sjogren, bob cowan, pauline repard, jolene bates. not shown - donna seymorel 3. science - stan swier, steve rower, rick debus. 4. math - nana corfield, stan swier, rick debus, bill wake. 5. social science - rick debus, bob cowan. 6. english - stan swier, rick debus, bill wake. life! i know not what thou art, but know that thou and i rnust partg and when, or how, or where we met i own to me's a secret yet. life! we've been .,.. together through pleasant and through cloudy weatherg 'tis hard to part when friends are dear- perhaps 'twill cost a sigh, a tear, then steal away, give little warning. choose thine own time: say not good night-but in some brighter clime bid me good morning. -anna letiha barbauld in memory of mark h. haehn may 15, 1956 to march 16, 1973 adams,juIie marching band 9,10,11,12 pep band 9,10,11,12 symphonic band 9,10,11,12 wind ensemble 10,11,12 admire, rick track and field 10 affieck, alice choir 9 world dance 9 ailshie, janis girl's swim team 9,10 alesi, jim wrestling team 9,10 alesi, peter cross country 9 football team 9,10 alves, frank basketball team 11 class council 9 csf 9,10 anderson, karen csf 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 nominating convention 9,10 anderson, steve football team 10, 11 angeles, arlene gymnastics team 10,11,12 modern dance club 12 world dance club 10 arrowsmith, karen cape corps 10 class council 11 girl's glee 9 atansoff, amy class council 11 nominating convention 11 badger, joe cross country 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 10,11, 12 rotc 9 track and field 9, 10,11, 12 balderas, robert basketball team 9,10,11,12 golf team 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 letterman's club 10,11,12 baldwin, janice Choir 10,11 ensemble 11,12 team sports 9 barch, kathleen gymnastics team 11,12 barnette, cheryl black awareness club 10,11 student council 9 bartles, dan rotc 9,10 bates, jolene cape corps 11 csf 11,12 quill and scroll 11,12 mil memorias 11,12 beaver, bonnie girl's swim team 9 honor aisle 11 bellante, debbie commissioner of publicity 12 asb 10,11,12 gymnastics team 9,10,11,12 i.v. cheerleader 10 bendixen, carol cape corps 10 choir 11 el trovador staff 11 ff l rgirlfs glee 9,1 O bensong michael ' football team 9,10,11,12 track and field 12 weight-lifting 9,10,11,12 benz, david cross country 11 rotc 10 spanish club 12 track and field 10 bermade, philippe i club 12 foreign exchange student 12 bernat, david football team 12 weight-lifting 11 bighorse, al basketball team 9 football team 9 mack, jun gg 3 cross country 9,10 boehm, craig boy's tennis team 9,10,11,12 bolen, denise class council 10 girl's league 10 student council 10 student-faculty relations committee 10 bolton, daphine girl's team sports 9,10, 11 girl's swim team 10 gymnastics team 10, 11 boneau, walt boy's tennis team 9 football team 9,10,11 weight-lifting10 boscia, frank rotc 9,10,11,12 bowman, shelley cape corps 10,11 choir10,11,12 class council 11 brown, michael die drachen 11 brown, robert csf 12 honor aisle 11 chess tournament 12 brust, carl csf 9,10,11,12 burns, shirley el trovador staff 11 s club 10 bushong, pamela speech team 10 byrne, patrick boy's tennis team 9 cross country 9,10 cable, casey basketball team 9 1 football team 9 wrestling team 9 calllhan, bryant choir 1 1,12 barbershop quartet 12 speech team 12 drama club 12 camacho, david A football team 9,10 camacho, elva el cuentito staffi12 campbell, forrest 1 . 1 cross country S track and ,field V,g'. g , g 05mPh9n1f3Cki6',f,f13,-PQ, r,s,,s'1 'irf 1 leadersh ip coinffiefenc?esQ'1'1,, 12 nomi nating'conveationf-i1f1,l1 2 student government'11,f12f matgirl's11 ' ' f cannon, john student council 9 cardoza, john football tea m 10 carlile, jeannie y-teens 9 castellanos, robert basketball team 9 golf team 9 mexican-american club 12 chelberg, charlene i club 9 chester, joel die drachen11,12 i club 12 chisnell, lori frosh class treasurer 9 class council 9 girl's basketball team 9 team sports 9,10 clevenger, debbie mil memorias 11,12 marching band 11 girl's volleyball team 10 nominating convention 9,10 cobb, kathleen Csf 11,12 drama club 11,12 thespians 12 girl's glee 9,10 cody, daniel senior class president 12 drama 9,10,11,12 class council 9,10,11,12 choir 9,10,11,12 cody, diana drama club9 girl's glee 11 thespians 9,10,11,12 wrestling crew 12 cohen, bill basketball team 9,10,11,12 baseball team 9,10,11,12 leadership conference 12 pep band 12 cole, allison die drachen11,12 nominating convention 9 collinge, debbie girl's swim team 9,10,11 collinge, jodie girl's swim team 9,10 conley, linda ' s club 12 cook, david boy's swim team 9,10 football team 9,10,11 weight-lifting 9,10,11,12 wrestling team 9,10 cook, patty cholr10,11,12 girl's glee 9 cook, sharon choir 10,11,12 girl's glee 9 copeland, paul football team 9,10 student council 10 wrestling team 9,10 mil memorias 11,12 cormier, mike football team 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 11,12 track and field 9, 10,11, 12 wrestling team 9 cortopassi, susan concert band, 9,10 iclub 12 marching band 9,10,11 sclub 11,12 cousins, cheryl choir 10 cowan, bob commissioner of student affairs 12 nominating convention 9,1O,11, 12 quill and scroll 12 student-faculty relations comm. 12 criger, cindy student council 9,10 crim, mark track and field 10,11,12 cruz, ciria el cuentito staff 11 girl's basketball team 9,10 team sports 9,10,11 dearman, barbara girl's glee9 debus, richard cross country 9,10,11,12 csf9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 track and field 9,10,11,12 deel, william die drachen 12 leadership conference 12 deise, thom marching band 9,10,11 stage band 11 symphonic band 9,10,11 de knijf, annette csf 10,11 demling, frank cross country 11, 12 track and field 11,12 denmon, debbie nominating convention 9 dimock, jean choir 9 deca 10 el cuentito staff 11 french club 9 direen, harry rotc 9,10,11 dobransky, mark basketball team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 10,11,12 nominating convention 9,10,11 drake, anthony basketball team 12 track and field 12 duke, janet iclub 10 dunn, mark cross country 12 track and field 10,11 weight-lifting 11 eckles, rita modern dance club 9 student council 9 wrestling crew 10 edgil, sue deca 11 hurdle crew 10 wrestling crew 10 ek, ralph boy's swim team 9,10,11 drama club 11 speech team 11 water polo 9,10,11 ensch, susan marching band 9,10,11 pep band 9,10,11 stage band 9 symphonic band 9,10,11 farness, nancy m Sim club 9 nominating convention 10,11 orchestra 9,10,11 farthing, john marching band 9,10,11,12 pep band 12 stage band 10,11 symphonic band 9,10,11,12 finnegan, terry girl's tennis team 12 fleming, larry student government 12 football team 11,12 track and field 11,12 wrestling team 9,10,11,12 follett, denise i club 9 formanek, ron rotc 9,10,11,12 fragoso, Iaurinda commissioner public relations 12 el trovador staff 11,12 girl's league 11,12 iclub 9,10,11 frank, mindy nominating convention 9,10, 11 student council 12 swim crew 10 y-teens gaea, buddy ,football team 9,12 letterman's club 12 1 wrestling team 9 gamboa, david choir 11 rnen's glee 10 weight-lifting9 garcia, lucas rotc 10,11,12 garrison, michael rotc 12 gegax, doug asb vice-president 12 football team 9,10,11,12 dentistry music giamanco, tom rotc 9,10 wrestling team 11 gietzen, terry girl's glee 9 modern dance'9,10 gladding, gina class council 9 csf 11 grise, april cape corps 10 el trovador staff 11 quill and scroll 11 rotc princess 11 haehn, mark track and field 9,10,11,12 227 hall, calvin boy's tennis team 9 hancock, holly bandarettes 12 el trovador staff 12 world dance club 11 hanson, trudy class council 12 concert band 11,12 marching band 9,10,11,12 student council 12 harris, carole csf11,12 marching band 9,10,11,12 student council 12 harter, janis die drachen 9,10 hatch, john wrestling team 9,10,11 herrera, edwin class council 11 student council 10, 11 weight-lifting10,11 herron, debbie girl's basketball team 9 team sports 10,11,12 herzig, robert class council 12 die drachen1O,11 hie, craig archaelogy club 10 baseball team 11 hill, robert rotc 9,10,11,12 icc 11 hobb, twylla die drachen 11 modern dance 12 hobbs, cliff baseball team 9 hoggard, carlton commissioner of athletics 12 black awareness club 10,11, 12 marching band 9,10 w ,speech team 10 hortt, jamie girl's basketball team 9,10 girl's softball 9,10,11,12 student council 12 hudson, mark archaelogy club 9 basketball team 10,12 football team 11 huff, dan basketball team 9,10 football team 9,10,11,12 golf team 10 track and field 11,12 huffacker, mil girl's swim team 9,10,11 humphrey, patty girl's league treasurer 12 junior class treasurer 11 sophomore class treasurer 10 varsity cheer mascot 12 hunter, gerald basketball team 9,10 football team 9,10 track and field 9 wrestling team 9,10 ingraham, stan boy's swim team 9,10,11,12 key club9,1O,11,12 letterman's club1O,11,12 water polo 9,10,11,12 irving, tim boy's tennis team 9,10,11,12 nominating convention 11 jackson, patricia cape corps 10 choir 10,11 girl's glee 9 jacobsmeier, mike football team 9,10,11,12 track and field 9,10,11,12 jaramillo, doreen class council 9,10 i club 9,10,11 student council 9,10 iasper, mary nominating convention 11 student council 12 pipples republic of row 5 jennings, john football team 9 wrestling team 9 johns, allen rotc 9,10,11,12 johnson, mark concert band 9,10 marching band 10,11,12 pep band 11,12 , symphonic band 11,12 johnson, mike rotc 9,10 weight-lifting 9,10 jones, dennis rotc 9,10,11,12 joslyn, van basketball team 10' cross country 9,10,11, 12 track and field 9,10,11,12 kenega, jack football team 9,10 wrestling team 9,10 keogh, kriss basketball team 10 football team 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 11,12 golfteam 9,10,11,12 keys, bill baseball team 9,10,11,12 basketball team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,10,11,12 soccer team 10,1 1,12 kissinger, cherie class council 9,10 girl's swim team 9 gymnastics team 9 girl's tennis team 12 klein, john soccerteam 10 cross country 9,10,11,12 track and field 9,10,11,12 klusman, gary basketball team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 11,12 track and field 9,10,11,12 knedler, gary boy's swim team 9,10,11,12 water polo 12 kohanek, margaret girl's tennis team 12 kornegay, margaret class council 10,11,12 girl's league 11,12 student council 9,10,1 1,12 wrestling crew 9,10,11,12 kraus, korrine girl's tennis team 12 speech team 11 student council 9 art honors 11,12 kunde, mark boy's tennisteam 9,10 choir 11,12 men's glee 9 student council 9 laird, Iorrie choir 11,12 girl's glee 9,10 m 81 m club 10 nominating convention 10 lanham, kerstin mil memorias 12 honor aisle 11 marching band 11 pepples republic of row 5 lambert,joe concert band 10 csf10,11 marching band 10,11,12 orchestra 9,10,11,12 la salle, scott forensic league 11,12 men's quartet 12 leatherman, joseph wrestling team 9 lee, gary basketball team 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 Ieroux, linda girl's tennis team 12 marching band 9,10 orchestra 10 symphonic band 9,10 lewis, cindy i club 12 nominating con. 9,10,11,12 s club 12 campus life 9,10,11,12 long, brenda girls basketball team 9 lopez, robert deca 12 football team 9 lord, john el trovador staff 12 lord, becky girl's swim team 9,10 girl's glee 9 student council 12 lozoya, david boy's tennis team 9,10,11,12 men's glee 9,10 lundquist, james baseballteam 11,12 basketball team 9,10,11,12 deca 12 letterman's club 11,12 lynch, carol-lynn archaelogy club 9 marching band 9,10 dance club 12 mil memorias staff 9,12 maguire, donald boy's tennis team 9,10 mails, debi girl's glee 9,10 modern dance club 11 1 giri's softball 9,10,11 makin, melony gymnastics team 11 team sports 10 marshall, linda csf 10,1 1,12 matthews, jeff boy's tennis team 9,10,11 cross country 9 leadership conference 10 mc carty,judy les modernes 9,10 nominating convention 10 student council 9,10 mc clelland, marty boy's swim team 9,10,11,12 class council 9,10,11,12 senior class vicepresident 12 mc coy, michele hurdle crew 11 nominating convention 11 y-teens 10 mc farlin, michael baseball team 11 black awareness club 11,12 football team 12 mc kenzie, kevin boy's swim team 9,10,11,12 water polo 10,11,12 mc pherson, john csf9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 marching band 9,10,11 drum major 12 michel, laurise banderettes 10,11 mil memorias 10,11 art honors 11,12 miller, pam mat girl's 12 mitchell, pamela' cheerleader 9,10,11,12 homecoming princess 12 class council 9,10,11,12 molter, eric rotc 9,10,11,12 montgomery, doug football team 9 golf 9,10,11,12 wrestling team 9 1 letterman's club 10,11, 12 moore, ruth' girl's league 10 rn gl m club 10 morero, joyce girl's glee 10 mat girl's9,10,11,12 morris, eddy football team 9,10,11,12 track and field 11,12 wrestling team 9 morse, kathy die drachen 9,10, 11 girl's glee 9 mott, mike wrestling team 9,10 moydell, madelyn modern dance 10,11,12 muir, tracy girl's tennis team 12 nominating convention 11 student council 12 mumaw, john baseball team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,10,11,12 letterrnan's club 11,12 murphy, julie girl's league 11,12 leadership conference 10 nominating convention 10,11,12 senior class treasu rer neel, tim nominating convention 9,10,11, 12 audio-visual 9,10,11,12 student government nelson, torrie csf9,10,11,12 gymnastics team 12 pipples republic of row 5 nielson, janette cape corps 10,11, 12 228 president 11 hurdle crew 10 nominating convention 10 norton, robert boy's tennis team 11 nunez, alan nominating convention 9,11 track and field 9 water polo 9,10,11,12 nunez, alex golf9,10,11 water polo 10,11 o'neiII, teresa cape corps 12 die drachen 11 olson, jeanne girI's tennis team 12 gymnastics team 9,10,11,12 owens, jeffrey football team 9,10 wrestling team 9,10,11,12 pacheco, rick football team 12 wrestling team 9,10,11,12 palmer, arthur cross country 11 rotc 9,10,11,12 weight-lifting 11 pattee, marc boy's tennis team 10 cross country 9,10 french club 9,10,11,12 rotc 9,10,11 pawlus, judy nominating convention 10 payette, diana die drachen 12 mexican-american club 12 pecarero, frank basketball team 9 key club 11,12 petrie, laura girl's tennis team 12 tennis crew 12 phillips, debra marching band 9,10,11,12 orchestra1O,11 pep band 10,11,12 symphonic band 9,10,11 pickard, suzanne choir 9,10,11,12 ensemble 11,12 homecoming attendent 12 student council 10,11,12 pittman, kim girl's glee 10,11 girl's softball 10,11,12 prager, sue dramsclub10,11,12 girl's swim team 9,10,11 speech team 11 thespians11,12 raab, diana commisioner of finance 12 marching band 9,10,11 pep band 10,11 symphonic band 10,11,12 ramos, linford football team 9,10,11 soccer team 11,12 track and field 10,12 wrestling team 9 raymond, linda hurdle crew 11 leadership conference 12 nominating convention 11 student council 10.11,12 reams, david soccer team 10 mil memorias 11 reams, cathy csf 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 reed, colleen girl's glee 9,10 modern dance club 11 reeder, curt baseball team 9,10 football team 9 remmes, cindy choir, 10 drama, club 9,10 girl's glee9 modern dance club 9 reiland, dan class council 9 die drachen10,11 weight-lifting10,11 repard, pauline el trovador staff 12 nominating convention 9,10,11 honor aisle 11 quill and scroll 12 richard, scott speech team 9,10,11 thespians 9,10,11 richardson, mark basketball team 9 football team 9,10,11,12 track and field 9,10,11,12 weight-lifting 11 rickard, deann el trovador staff 12 girl's swim team 10,11,12 ricketts, mary french club 12 girl's tennis team 12 mil memorias 12 riley, carol asb president 12 commisioner of school service 11 ensemble 12 marching band 9,10,11,12 rivera, karen student council 9,10 y-teens 9,10 rower, steve csf9,10,11 football team 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 weight-lifting 11 russ, renee girl's league 12 nominating convention 11 team sports 9,10,11 sanders, teresa choir 9 schaufler, kathy hurdle crew 11,12 schellenberg, linda' girl's tennis team 12 schreuer, dennis wrestling team 9 schuff, karen cheerleader 9,10,11,12 girl's league 9,10 homecoming princess 12 sweethearts ball princess 9 seaberg, terri chirl 12 girl's glee 11 iclub 10 serr, carol csf9,10,11 girl's glee 9,10 i club 9,10, 11 seymore, donna deca 11 nominating convention 11 student council 9,10,1 1,12 mil memorias 12 schafer, dawn art honors, 10,11,12 shockley, mary cape corps 10 girl's glee 9 sinclair, sue choir 10,11,12 class council 9,10,11 ensemble 11,12 girl's tennis team 1 2 slagle, harry key club 12 soccer 11,12 smith, clay baseball team 9,10,11,12 el trovador staff 11,12 letterman's club 12 smith, douglas basketball team 10 el trovador staff 11,12 track and field 11,12 sosa, frank baseball team 9 basketball team 10 rotc 10 spagnolo, patricia choir 9,10,11,12 concert band 9,10 girl's swim team 12 marching band 9,10,11 sparacino, cathy girl's glee9 junior class vice-president cheerleader 12 homecoming attendant 12 steinberg, kevin concert band 9 marching band 9,10,11,12 symphonic band 10,11,12 wind ensemble 11,12 stelmar, hilary csf 10,11 nominating convention 10 rotc 9,10,11,12 mil memorias 11 stevenson, phil football team 9,10,11,12 letterman's club 10,11,12 track and field 9,10,11,12 weight-lifting 9,10,11,12 strasbaugh, norman rotc 9,10 sundahl, cindy girl's swim team 10,11,12 gymnastics, team 9,10,11,12 Sutherland, tony class councii10,11 football team 9,10 key club 11,12 soccerteam11,12 swier, stanley class council 10 csf 9,10,11,12 honor aisle 11 leadership conference 9 taluban, ted basketball team 9 football team 9 tavares, constance modern dance club 9 wrestling crew 10 taylor, mary modern dance club 11 nominating convention 10 oceanography club 10 tena, eric cross country 9 track and field 10 thompson, earline iclub9,1O,11 thompson, harold basketball team 9 weight-lifting 9 wrestling team 9,10 toporczyk, kathy class council 9,10 honor aisle 11 y-teens 9,10 torres, ralph cross country 9,10 marching band 11,12 stage band 11,12 track and field 9,10 utterback, jan ensemble 11,12 homecoming princess 12 cheerleader 10,11,12 head 12 valdez, carmen cape corps 10 girl's glee 9 valdez, manuel rotc10,11,12 soccer team 9,10,11 viereck, judy gymnastics tea m 9 weber, carl concert band 9 el trovador staff 11,12 marching band 9 orchestra 9 wehner, joann csf9,10,11,12 el trovador staff 12 quill and scroll 11,12 mil memorias 10,11,12 weldy, daniel football team 10,11,12 wells, richard choir 12 marching band 9,10,11,12 pep band 11,12 symphonic band 9,10,11,12 wheeler, howard football team 9,10 whigham, thom leadership conference 12 nominating convention 9,11 student court 9 wiggs, dolly choir 9,12 wilhite, david boy's swim team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,10,11,12 water polo 12 wrestling team 9,10,11 williamson, philip baseball team 9,10,11,12 football team 9,12 letterman's club 11,12 wilson, elizabeth drama club 11,12 wolman, viki csf10,11,12 honor aisle 11 nominating convention 11 york, gary chori 10 men's glee 9 weight-lifting 10 D3 24532 XL. 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quallty products are used Nlake your apponntment now In a prestige salon Call now Sincerely yours Jan Floyd Owner Jerry Marr, former graduate of Mount Miguel and presldent of Marr Corporation Top Quality T V and Home Entertainment Product Service 8253 Broadway Phone 4617000 ALESI PLUMBING For all your plumblng R 8161 Broadway needs Phone 469 1685 or 469 9584 Fl NCH CO NSTRUCTION Rlch Man s Qualuty Poor Nlan s Prlces Patio Covers Wlndow Screen Screen Enclosures Factory and Showroom 8247 Broadway Phone 469 6060 Corporatlon of Lemon Grove servlng San Dlego County slnce 1962 A Professlonal Servlce Center 7 Day Home Service Available ll 5 T H l E E From900a m to 11 00p m Same Day lfl l H lil H U H rf' I 1 H 9 d ml Q. as llyyll lltl 9 E - l ft U W yllltcl s Zgu y I lx I 'V J Vqllz 6 T f' A 1 E"V 3 .. 1 E l: 7 5 ,y, .. : - - Stlll ra -I Q 9 staff index abood, richard 22,123 adams, geoffrey 110,121 adams, john 68,70,110 albert, george 100,110 amundson, donald 110 anderson, elizabeth 116,191 bacas, evan 106 baker, shirley 123 barker, rex 125 ballard, dorothy 116 bamberg,carolyn110 barrow, arriele 109 belknap, june 122 bellows, warren 103 bennett, paul 125,126 berg, harold 115 bizzel, hazel 123 blass, sue 119 blass, ned 120,214 boehmke, jackie 123 boehmke, russell 22,120 bowling, billy 125 bultez,claudia123 burwell, john 113 calpara, ann 125 caggiano,jean123 Carlson,marian108 Carlsen, sharon 116 Carroll, bernard 114 christopher, mercedes 107 cipranic, ben 106 close, joan 114 Crouse, bill 125 crow, halbert 118 Cummings, martha 103 Cunanan,amando106 dakin,joyCe118 dalrymple, james 97,105 deck, iona 123 duea,virgil102 dunn, edward 115 elliott, fred 108 elliott, ona 105 engberg,charles108 esslinger, fran 123 eubanks, daniel 115 evans, donald 104 finch, james 102 fingerman, sharon 123 forman,pauline113 friedrichson, terry 123 fusselman, william 113 gebhardt, bill 125 gillespie, sherry 123 gonzalas, larry 125 goodwin, myrna 70,113 gormley, john 109 grund, barbara 123 grund, tom 123 gwin,vela103 hamilton, barbara 107 hammens, Carole 113 hanson, ann 109,195,212 haris,webb125 harley, Cherie 112 harris, betty 125 hawthorne, gwen 123 hayes, greg 43 hedges, dorothy 125 hogan, emily 123 holm, robert 120,184 hornecker, thomas 114,208 hostetler, william 116,127,136 hously, guy 125 immel, dean 82,83,119,219 jaeschke,doris123 james, robert 116,182 jarrett, irilla 117 jensen, robert 124 jimenez, norm 43 johnston,kathryn103 jones, norma 123 keyte, max 63,112,127 kiegle, ben 118 kraska, sally 49,56,122 lamb, kathy 57,122 landon,larry115 Iawsen, carol 122 leakey, force 125,126 le compte, donald 32,114 ledoux, john 125 leep, william 121 leewaye, david 6,103 lillard,harold125 locke, philip 107,182 loreman,daniel115 Ioso, gary 104 malm, frank 117 manderson, william 107,146 marik, edward 117 matthews, shirley 123 mawson, albert 125 mc clam, linda 8,82,84,119 mccormack, dennis 117 mc crae,isabelle124 mc cune, alan 106 mc garvey, richard 102 mentas, mary ann 80,114 miller, keith 114 moffit, wilson 125 moreau, mary 112 moreau, roger 51,52,118 morris, dwight 22,56,105 morris, martha 114 mott, june 73,95,112 narratil,-joyce123 newman, patricia 119 odters, shirley 122 owen,vivian123 panawek,gregory115 peabody, james 6,40,108, 146, 152,157,184 peasley, earl 104 phillips, david 103 plinke, lowell 73,74,112 porter, helen 125 price, patrick 108,182 prine, pearl 108 pyle,carol111,127 pyle, robert 102 rambatt, jeanette 111,124 4 richardson, anne 123 ryan, fred 104 sampson, louise 94,109 sanbury, mary 125 sanders, robert 103 santangelo, helen 4,5,111 singleton, joan 123 shaffer, jean 125 smith, brian 22,40,41,105,126 stamos,annette111 stinton,judith119 stone, deborah 111 stratton, harold 22,24,121 sutton, don 123 swanson,dwight125 swanson, gerald 12,108,196 sweet, richard 105,127 tapia, jose 125 teater, dwight 48,121 thorne, everette 107 tinsley, sue 117 trude, jane 58,122 underwood, bradly 106 allen, diane 146 allen, terry 164 allen, thomas 22,23,184 alvarez, henry 164 alvarez, mary anna 130 alvarez, mary I 130 alvarez, thomas 130 amargo, diana 130 m amargo, artha164 anderson, audrey 185 anderson, brenda 164 anderson, Charles 146 anderson, gordon 146 anderson, jeffrey 27,37,13O anderson, karen 100,101,185 223 anderson, kim 164 anderson la vonne164 anderson laurie 100,146 anderson leanna 130 anderson lori 130 anderson, mark 27,37,48,130 anderson, sheila 146 varvel, dave 108 vega, robert 103 villarreal, edward 109 von der mehden, ann 95,110 wilhelm,dolores123 williams, mabel 125 white, william 102 white,zella111,124 student index abercrombie, nancy 164 abeyta, adams, adams, adams, adkins, adkins, admire admire, affleck, agnew, ailshie, ronald 130 david 164 edward 184 robert 130 barbara 146 david 82,146 glenn 146 richard 184 alice 164 mark 130 janis184 albee, ronald 184 alcala, carlos 100,101,146 alcala, jorge 82,184,209 alcaraz, andrew 130 alcarez, teresita 164 alcorn, alcorn, marlyn 64,164 Wanda 130 alden, john 130 alesi, anthony 184 alesi, jim 184 alesi, john 48,146 alesi, michael 28,37,130 alford, mike 146 alger, debbie 49,164 alirez,erlinda184 allen, brack 82,164 allen, daniel 23,34,35 allen,deborah184 anderson, vicky 146 andrewson, Carl 130 angeles, arlene 56 antey, sherry 86,87,96,185 anzalone, john 41,130 arban, patricia 130 archambeault, susan 164 archibald, denise 130 arellanes,bertha185 arellanes, sergio 33,146 arguilez,beatrice164 arguilez, everett 22,41,185 arguilez,ruben164 arguilla, ben 146 arias, michael 48,146 arlet, arleen 146 arrowsmith, kathy 146 arrasmith, kathy 164 arrasmith, kimberly 164 arrowsmith, david 130 arroswmith, katherin 146 arruda, donna 146 arvantes, roberto 42 arvizu, arthur 130 arvizu, joe 146 arwood, karen 164 arwood, michael 164 asbury, mike 41,146 asbury,viCki130 asher, alexa 146 ashman, thomas 185 askew, bobbie 130 askew, donna 164 atanasoff, mark 164 atanasoff amy 185 atkins, barbara 185 atkins, thomas 130 atkinson, melinda 146 atkinson, keith 28,42,146 atwell, larry 130 atwell, micheal 146 aubert, Cathy 146 austin, ricky 130 badger, joe 28,29,41,185 badger, tim 28,36,146 baeter, bob 33 bagalini,yvonne164 bailey, beth 164 bailey, hazel 186 bailey, janette 130 bains, john 15,186 baker, deborah 186 baker, deborah j 130 baker, edward e130 baker, edward I 146 baker peter 146 baker, trudy 146 balaban, beth 164 balaban, nancy 130 baldan, ricky 186 balderas, michael 28,130,135 balderas, robert 3O,31,64,185 baldwin, catherine 130 baldwin, janice 186 baldwin, ronald 82,146 baldwin, rosemary 130 bales, james 130 bales, richard 28,130 ball, ginny 146 ball, john 27,130 ballon, rebecca 130 ballon,rosalva146 ballon, rosario 130 balmos, cynthia 130 banasiak, lois 95,164 barber, daun 164,169 barbot, sherry 146 barcello,shirley186 barch, kathleen 56,186 barclay, susan 130 barcus, douglas 48,146 barker,connie146 barker, deborah 146 barker, elizabeth 98,130 barker, lex 164 barlow, denise 130 barnett, sandra 66,186 barnette, cheryl 164 barnette,daryl146 barr, lynn 130 barr, velda 146 barrett, barbara 72,87,186 bartley,diane164 bartley, michael 146 bartmas, john 164 barton, thad 29,146 bates, gordon 146 bartmas, randall 130 bates, jeanne 130 bates, jolene 74,95, 186,224 bates, madonna 186 bates, david 29,42,47,146 bates, phil 146 bauer, mary 87,146 baumann, mark 130 baxter, robert 147 beam, danny 186 bean, greg beaudet, sheila 187 beaulieu,debra186 beaver, bonnie 187 beck, steven 147 beckham, thomas 164 beckman, glenn 131 beebe,janice187 beeson, robert 187 beezley, richard 131 belanger, brenda 56,131 bell, randall 131 bellante, denise 62,164 benbrook, michael 48,131 bendixen, carol 187 bendixen, donald 147 benchuans,michiyo187 benjamins,dorothy131 bennett, james 147 bennett, mark 95,147 bennett, paul 33,42,164 benson, michael 22,187 benson, mitchell 23,164 bent, cheri 131 bentley, christine 131 benz, david 187 berger, evelyn 164 bergeron, michele 56,131 bergwall, brenda 164 berk, randall 164 berk, sandra 147 berke, james 147 berkel, sharon 164 bernabe, philippe 67 bernal, catherine 131 bernal, daniel 26,42,164 bernal, david 23,187 bernard, candice 164 bernhardt, pamela 56,131 beveridge, renae 164 beveridge, richard 131 bickley, darlrae 48,164 biggers, billie 131 bighorse, allen 187 binkele, jan 164 birch, paul 147 bischop,yvonne187 bittle, pam 147 bjelland, pamela 165 bjelland,patricia131 black, jonathan 187 black, teresa 147 blackford, debbie 49,165 blake, joi 70,96,147 blakeley,myra131 blakeley, patrick 26,165 blakeley, sandra 147 blanchard, joseph 165 blanco, george 42,101,147 bland, connie 58,147 bland, vicki 147 blessing, robert 131 blood, victoria 101,131 blood, vondell 147 board, joyce 130,131 boatright,darlene165 boehm, craig 48 boggan, debra 187 bolen, richard 131 bolieu,ronald131 bolen, denise 147 bolin, jon 147 bolieu, steve 165 bolton, michael boIton,daphne187 bond, patricia 131 bonneau, walter 188 ' booth, debbie 188 booth, terry 48,147 boring, richard 29,64,70,165 179 boscia, francis 188 boscia, michael 188 boscia, nick 131 bowdren,linda131 bowers, mark 131 bowman, shelly 82,188 bradbury, gary 42,165 brandt, timothy 165 brashars,deborahk 165 brashars, sandra 131 bratcher, diana 147 braun, diana 56,131 brean, jamie 131 brega, john 172,188,223 breitkreutz, pam 131 bretches, dale 165 bretches, karla 131 brewer, barbara 165 brewster, anita 64,76,77,165 bridgeford, rodger bridges, cecil 188 bridgwater, nora 131 briggs, melody 131 brinoez, michael 188 brock, glenda 165 brock,john131 brock, rose 165 brodzinski,lorrain147 brodzinski,rita147 broesch, vincent 19,75,165 brooks, mark 27,131 brown, angela 147 brown, dolores 131 burgio, paul 41,147 burke, thomas 27,32,131 burkleo, linda 82,165 burnette, karen 147 burnette,phylIis147 burns, carl 42,92,165 burns, shirley 189 burpee, john 131 burris,joann131 burton, barbara 165 burton, david 147 burton, ronald 27,131 bush, david 131 bush,norrie131 bush, rose 70,71,82,165 bushong, pamela 70,82,189 bushue, sally 165 bussell, michael 131 butts, lucille 165 byrd, loraina 58,147 byrne, mary 131 byrne, byrne, patrick 189 rebecca 147 cable, casey 189 cable, clinton 132 cadena, charles 52 cain, donna 69,189 brown, jime40,41,165 brown, jim 131 brown, jamie 147 brown, joseph 147 brown, kelly 131 brown, laura 82,165,178 brown, lynn 147 brown, mary 87,147 brown, michael 188 brown, robert g 188,209 brown robertt131 brown: susan 14,15,64,188 browning, christine 131 broyles, lauren 147 brunkow, carol 188 brunkow, pam 147 brunton, matthew 48,147 brust, carl 189 bryan, robert 47,131 bryant, cheryl 147 bryant, shawn 131 buchanan, david 131 buchea,dalma189 buchmann,gail189 budd. carolyn 70,101,165,178, 179 budd, sandy 165 buhrkuhl,william165 bullard, jay 165 bumanglag, don 131 burdick, sharon 189 burgio,marian189 cafferata, peter 100,101,165 calabrase, joseph 132 Callahan, william 132 callaway,bonnie132 callihan,bryant11,70,71,82, 172,189 camacho, david 189 camacho, elva 95 camacho,jorge132 camacho,martha132 camacho, victor 27,37,132 camel, joe 165 campbell, charles 132 campbell, jacquelynn 190 campbell, john 147 campbell, william 190 canela,della147 cannon, joey 165 cannon, john 190 cano, erlette 132 cano,terrie19O capehart, cindy 147 cappieIlo,nicholas165 cappiello, mark 165 cardwell, michael 28,29,42,147 carI,joanne147 carlile, jeannie 82,190 carlile,lora132 carlson,diane15,63,183,190 216,219 carlson, glenn 165 carlson,melinda190 carlson,neela132 carlson, steven 132 carnes, harry 132 carnes, ruth 190 carpenter, marsha 147 carr, thomas 132 carroll, anthony 132 carter, earl 22,41,47,165 carter, robin 165 carter, susan 87,147 , Carter, trevor 132 case, daniel 165 casey, terry 148 casillas,irma132 castillo,patricia132 castaneda, rebecca 147 castelan, julio 132 castellanos, john 48,165 castellanos, robert 190 castello,yvonne190 castrejon, george 96,190 Castrejon, gustavo 38,132 castrejon, joseph 38,39 castrejon, luis 132 Castro, francisco 28,29,41,147 Castro, marcelino 27,132 Castro, vincent 93,132 Cato, mark 147 Caudillo, dennis 28,132 Caylor, donna 132 ceasar, julian 132 ceasar, teresa 148 Cecil, jim 148 Cecil, renee 132 cervantes,duane165 Cervantes, michael 190 Carvantes, roberto 148 cesena, miguel 22,35,19O Cesent, jesse 165 Chamberlain, monica 1O,88, 101,165 Chamberlain, paul 190 Chamberlain, stephen 132 chance, rita 68,7O,71,191 Chapman, elizabeth 132 Chapman, james 166 Chapman, robert 47,132 Chappell, Cynthia 148 Chapple, donald 148 Charles,kathleen132 Chavez, daniel 166 Chavez, danny 148 Chavez, hector 191 Chavez, vincent 148 cheeks, diana 148 Chelberg, Charlene 191 chell, mary 166 chester, joel 191 chester, robert 48,96,148 chisnell, brian 132 chisnell,lori191 Christian, susan 191 christianson, dana 48,148 christman,Ionnie132 Chubb, ronald 42,148,160 ciccati, francine 166 Ciotti, tony 148 clabby, tommie 57,63,166 clack, penny 148 Clark, Carson 148 clark, cindy 79,132,142 clark, james 191 clark, john 132 clark,luraynne166 Clarke, sheri 58 clay, donald 166 clay, douglas 148 clayton,luann191 Clegg, theresa 148 Clevenger, deborah 75,188,191, 220 cloud, david 166 cIoud,diane166 Cobb, kathleen 69,71,100,191 Cochran, brian 100,101,165, 166 Cody, daniel 64,82,172,182, 183,191,204,22O cody,diana 17,191 cofer, matt 28,48,132 cogburn, karen 132 cohen, william 3O,64,191 Coker, richard 132 cole, allison 191 Coleman, sharon 166 Collier, theresa 133 collinge,jodie166 Collinge debbie 192 collins, mary 133 comer, norm 148 Compton, ken 148 Connolly, cheryl 79,133 Connor, thomas 148 Conrad, kelly 133 Contreras, alma 148 Contreras, michael 42,72,95, 165,166,178 Contreras, roberto 133 cook, elizabeth 133 cook, joe 192 Cook, kelly 75,82,148 cook, margaret 66,70,148 cook, patricia 192 cook, sharon 82,192 cook, valerie 148 Cooley, denise 133 Coon, deri 192 Coon, douglas 32,33,148 cooner, michele 133 cooper, Cheryl 166 cooper, mark 133 Coover, tim 133 cope, mike 148 Copeland, paul 13,75,192 Cordova, fred 148 Corfield,nana14,49,100,101, 183,192,223,224 Cormier, mike 23,41,192 Cormier, raymond 42 corral,rodrigo133 corrao, andrea 101,133 corrao, peter 69,71,166 Corrao, ray 192 corrao, rosalia 166 Corson, dana 87,166 cortopassi, richard 82,148 cortopassi, susan 75,192,224 cossin kit 192 coudy,gail192 coudy, roberta 75,148,160 Cousineau, jodi 56,148 Cousins, Cheryl 166 covarrubias, miguel 133 Cowan, robert 62,72,95,192, 209,224 Cowell, kelly 133 cowell,kurt166 cox,arlena133 4 cox, richard 28,133 cox, terry 36,42,148 cox,timothy133 coxe, danny 166 Coyne, marty 166 Craig,lorie-kay148 Craig,patti192 Craig, stephen 51,52,166 cranfill, bruce 148 Cranor, guy 148 Cranor, robert 166 Crawford, trudy 166 criger,cindy192 crim, mark 41,192 Crocker, pam 148 cron, jim 148 cron, robert 133 Crosswhite, jane 192 Crosswhite, jeff 148 Crowell, lacey 133 Crump, teresa 133 Cruz, ciria 192,203 cruz, leah 58,166 curz,maureen148 cunningham, sharon 192 curl, donna 148 Currie, vicki 133 Curry, randall 166 curry, sandra 166 Cuyler, michael dabney, vicki 133 dabruzzi, virginia 148 dambrosia,cindy166 dacy, richard 192 Cacy, sherry 148 dadisman,laurie148 dahlen, robert 148 dail,william166 dale, michele 148 dale, sharon 148 dalrymple, david 48,148 daneri, daniel 48,133 daniel, paul 28,133 daniels, david 50,148 danner, kenneth 148 danner, timothy 133 darby, steve 148 darnell,gerald148 darst, richard 166 davenport,cheryl193 davenport, Clifford 27,137,133 daves, mike 166 davidson, kenneth 166 davis, Cynthia 133 davis, daniel 149 davis, david 166 davis, davis, davis, davis, davis, davis, davis, davis, david 149 debra 133 diane133 james 166 jeanrie149 jeannette193 jerome 149 leonard 166 davis, michael 48,133 davis, pamela 149 davis, teresa 100,101,147,149, 160,161 davis, thomas 133 dawson, mike 166 day, john 133 de husson,debora149 de knijf,annette193 de leon, david 133 de moss, mark 193 de nunzio, stephen 48,133 de regne, lewis 133 de santis, donna 95,166 deane, mark 133 dearman, barbara 166,193 debus, james 149 debus,margaret133 debus, richard 28,29,40, 100, 101.183,185,193,209,223. 224 deel, william 64,70,193 de frate, george 193 deise, karen 82,149 deise, thomas 193 de karske, jim 166 de karske, kimberly 149 de knijf,annette193 demling, frank 28,29,41,193 demoss, mark denmon, debra 166 denmon, robert 133 deskins,walter194 dewey, paul 167,178 de witt, linda 167 di maggio, anthony 36,149 diaz, william133 dickinson, kittie 194 dietz, deborah 72,167 dimock, jean 96,196 dinges, rosemarie 149 direen, harry 167 dixon, day 167 dixon,debra149 dixon, gregory 42,149 dixon, nancy 167 dobransky, mark 23,30,50, 183,194,213 dockery,tamela133 doetsch, deborah 149 doll, diane 58,62,167,178 dollard, lynn 133 domingo,adaleah133 domingo, alfredo 42,167 donley, george 133 donscheski, michael 48,62, 100,101,194,209,211 dornbusch, rebecca 167 doty, robert 149 doughty, robyn 56,149 dowdy, robin 194 drager, Carol 149 drake, danny 22,30,149 dressel, robin 167 drum, iona 133 dubiel, russell 149 dodley,deborah149 duever,duane167 duke, Cindy 167 duke, janet 194 duke, susan 133 duncan, bryan 133 duncan, douglas 167 duncan, gregory 30,194 duncan, terry 167 dunham,doreen134 dunham, kerry 167 dunham,lalana149 dunn, mark 29 dunn, michelle 134 dunne, william 149 durgin,penleigh167 durkee,darryI149 durson, anita 149 dwyer, maria 82,149,160 dyvig, carrie 167 dzarnoski, mark 70,167,179 easter, mary 167,194 eaton, josephine 134 eaton,william134 ebersole, amy 149 eberwein, linda 167 eckles, rita 194 edgil, susan 194 edrozo, james 194 ehrhorn, robert 7,51,52,75, 167 ek, ralph 51,52,70 elchlepp, brian 167 ellis, david 134 ellis, deliah 134 ellis, joanne 167 ellis, kathy 167 ellis, rebecca 194 ellis, wayne 28 elms, john 194 elwell, douglas 167 enciso,felicitas149 engel, randy 149 engle,earlene195 engle, walter 149 english, george 149 english, karen 134 enriquez, jeannette 195 enriquez, vicki 58,149 ensch, susan 195 epparo, daniel 195 eppard,deborah195 erwin,cynthia167 erwin, karen 149 escalera, anthony 26,149 espinoza, daniel 134 expinoza, marcella 167 estrada, cheryl 149 estrada, robert 134 estrada, roger 195 evans, frank 149 evans, marti 134 evans, sheila 134 faamausili,lina167 fagersten, syliva 149 fahey,colleen195 fambrough, thomas 149 fangman, dennis 149 fangman, douglas 149 fangman, gary 167 farley, renae 167 farness, nancy 186,195 farrell, susan 134 farris, chrystal 149 farthing, john 195 favorite, theresa 149 feather, jolleen 149 feldman,nadina167 ferguson, kerry 167 ferland, cynthia 82,149,160 ferland, diane 100,167 fernandez, steven 134 ferrer, eddie 149 ferron, sheri 149 ferron,teri167 fiCk,lori167 figuracion,bernard167 fike, james 73,167 filaccio, richard 167 filaccio, louis 48,95,149 filippini,valerie149 filley, james 42,148,149 filey, margaret149 finan, steven 134 findley,belinda149 findley, lissa 134 finger, richard 149 finley, nancy 167 finnegan, terry 49,195 finnegan, wendy 149 fischer,suzann167 fisher, debra 167 fiske, jennifer 134 fiske, roseann 149 fitz, michael 51,52,167 fitzpatrick, deborah 149 fiagg, david 134 flau, karen 149 flau,shelley195 fleming, danny 35,149 fleming, jack 150 fleming, james 134 fleming, larry 23,64,195 fleming, steven 36,112,167 fletcher, gary 195 fletcher, shelli 150,160 fletcher, victoria 134 flint, richard 134 flores, chris 32,47,134 flores, jennifer 134 flores, mark 167 fIow,debbie150 flowerree, david 134 flynn, cheryl 150 foley, douglas 134 follett, denise 195 foote, karen 134 foran, jim 196 forgey, cynthia 150 forgey, elaine 134 formanek, randy 196 formanek, ronald 134 forquer, terry 150 forrester, jill 150 foster, charles 167 foster, eric 51,150 foster, james 134 foster, richard 52,150 fowler, ernest 134 fowler, joseph 150 fragoso, laurinda 62,73,216 franco, maria 79,132,134 franco, marta 150 frank, rnarta 64,168 frank, mindy 196 frat, john 150,168 4 frates, hollie 168 freed, debbie 150 freeman,deborah196 freeman, susan 134 frice, john 27,32,134 friend, michael 134 friend, roger 168,169 frisk, edward 134 fry, pamela 168 fugate, george 168 fugate, patty 134 fuller, audrey 150 fuller, george 150 fuller, william 168 fullerton, jennifer 134 funk, mike 48,134 funk, mitzi 78,150 funk, tony 27,134 gaddy, ellen 150 gaddy, nonalee134 gaea, betty 135 gaea, buddy 23,24,38,196 gaea, henry 27,37,135 galan, frank 135 gale, lily-ann 135 gale, randolph 38,39,168 gallindo, alfred 150 galindo, edward 150 galindo,llIIian135 gall, barbara 168 gallagher, tom 22,23,168 galIardo,patricia135 gallenberger, linda 150 balusha, edward 196 galusha, peter 28,135 gamble, maureen 168 gamble, nancy 58,100,168 gamboa,aida15O gamboa, david 196 garber, theresa 150 gibson, robert 150 gies, gloria 150 gies, karen 100,101,168,178 gietzen, michael 150 gietzen, therese 197 gilbert, cindy 150 gilchrist, linda 82,168 gillam, kenneth 100,101,168 gillett, scott 29,42,15O gilmer, john 135 gilmore, kelly 135 gimlin, michael 150 ginglardy, randy 150 ginos, steve 27,28,135 ginos, debbie 168 ginter, candice 135 gist, sandra 197 gladding, dave 150 gladding, gina 197 gladding,jineane135 godbey, thomas 150 goins, dolly 150 goins, ray 150 goins, steven 135 goldstein,illene168 gomez, alexa 135 gomez, agustin 150 gomez, armida 57,64,182,183 197 gomez, ron 168 goncalves,amelia168 goncalves, diolinda 150 gonzales, adlin 150 gonzales, john 135 gonzalez, jose 150 gonzales, robert 150 good, laurie 87,168,173 good, sylvia 135 gordon, debra 168 gordon, michael 135 gordon, robert 150 garcia, anna 64,168 garcia,concepcion150 garcia, diana 150 garcia, estela 150 garcia, george 196 garcia, jaime 28.37.135 garcia, james 168 garcia, jane 150 garcia, julian 168 garcia, lucas 196 garcia luz 101,223 garcia, mario 150 garcia, mary 196 garcia, sabrina 196 garcia, garrett, garske, garske. sergio 28,135 joanna 101,135 cynthia 135 deborah 168 gore, goss, ca rolyn 150 robert 135 grabanski, robin 135 grady, debra 135 gram inski, rhonda 151 grant, david 135 grant, james 197 grant, janet 168 grant grant ,pamela 135 ,peter151 grantham,janis151 grantham, steven 168 graves, ella 64,82,168 gassaway, danny 135 gauert, edward 36,150 gegax, doug 14,63,196 gentry,makala135 george, nicholas 135 german, remy 150 german, terri 197 s,tamila151 grave green, ginny 197 green, kim 151 gregg, susan 168 grider, gregory 169 griffin, james 151 griffin,terrance135 griggs, terry 169 grimes, cheryl 151 grise, grise, april 197 gladys,151 gibbett, gary 197 giberson,cynthia135 gibson, barbara 101,168 gibson, randy 135 grissom,dameda151 grissom, lativia 77,197 grothe, elizabeth 79,135 gum, laurie 169 hilton, kim gundy, pamela 151 gunn,judith169 gunter, dennis 135 guttman, adam 151 guynn, mark 169 guyton, jesse 135 gwathmey,cathryn151 hadIey,becki151 hadzima, pamela 87,88,169 halhem, herman 93,135 haehlen, peggy 72,169 haehn, mark 42,169,197 hale, john 151 hale, pamela 135 hall, barbara 135 hall, brian 169 hall, calvin 197 hall, douglas 197 hall, margaret 135 hall, nancy 100,101,169 halverson, jeffrey 29,151 hammontree, sandy 135 hammontreej.t.151 hancock, holly 73,88,197 hanes, rusty 151 haney, steven 135 hanlon,derk135 hanlon, wayne 135 hann, monte 151 hannon, edward 135 hannan, james 151 hannibal, james 135 hansell, robin 151 hanson, ken 41,151 hanson, trudy 64,197 harden, daniel 135 hardin, rock 169 hardrick, kathy 151 hedstrom, glen 198 heffernan, kenneth 27,47,136 heflin,gerry198 heilman, mark 151 heimdal, nancy 151 heitz, kristy 169 helgeson, david 41,100,101, 151,209 hemp, skip 169 henderson, eloise 72,198 henderson, robert 151 henley, janet 136 hernandez , gorge 136 hernandez, hernandez hernandez larry 169 ,monica 86,87,198 ,windy 169 herney,hadrianne136 heroId,gayle198 herrera, anna 96,198 herrera, ed 64,198 herring, debra 18,56,75,151 herron, deborah 198 herron, joel 151 herzig, robert 198 hester, robert 151 hewitt, donna 169 hewitt,katl'1leen 136 hiapo, lorna 95,169 hie, craig 199 hie,magdalynne151 higbee, paul 199 higginbotham, william 151 hill,caroI151 hill, robert 199 hill, william 151 hillstone, robin 169 hilton, karen 151 136 hardtke, ruth 169 harless, donald 33,42,151 harlow, julie 135 harmon, richard 169 harnish,heidi135 haro, robert 136 harris, harris harris barbara j 56,151 barbaraj169 ,carole 64,198 harris, catherine 136 harris, marty 82,169 harris, ray 136 harrison, charles 27,136 harrison,deborrah169 harrison, michael 151 harter, janis 169,198 hassler, fred 136 hatch, dennis 136 hatch, jerry 151 hatch, john 198 hawkins, timothy 151 hawley, brian 52,151 hawley, joan 136 hawn, donald 136 hayes, susan 169 haynes, stephen 22,198,208 heath, bruce 38,169 heath, daniel 136 heath, mathew 136 heaton, vicki 95,198 hebb,debby151 hinkle, frank 199 hinojos,delia136 hinojos, diana 169. hinson, kristina 136 hiser, christy 199 hiser, greg 136 hobb, kim 136 hobb, michael 199 hobb, twylla 199 hobbs, clifford 199 hodges,bonnie151 hodges, cynthia 136 hodges, mark 151 hodges, rhonda 136 hoefer, sharon 56,136 hoff, william 22,151 hoffman, alayne 101,136 hoffman, brian 37,136 hoffman, dale 30,31,62,169 hoffman, james 29,199 hoggard, carlton 6,42,62, 169, 199 holden, gayla 98,151 holmes, kathleen 199 homant, amy 54,100,169,178 homant, cheryl 55,56,136 homant, doug 151 hood, pamela 169 hood, patti 58,199 hook, david 136 hook, harold 169 44 hook, julie 199 horgan, gary 38.51 horn, joel 101,169 horn, jon 85,136 horne,cynthia151 horne, thomas 151 horner, glenn 151 horton,terri151 hortt, christine 136 hortt,jaimie199 hortt, jessica 56,58,88,101,169 hosaka, janice 200 house, karen 136 houtz, ruth 136 houze, carol 136 howard, lynn 136 howell,deborah136 howell, sharon 101,151 hoyle, karolyn 87,151 huckins,ronnie136 huey, kenneth 169 huff, dan 22,200 huffaker, carey 136 huffaker, mildred 200 hughes, jim 27,32,137 hulsey, john 18,38,152 hummell, cathy 137 hummell, charolette 200 humphrey, patricia 64,76,77, 200 humphries, cheryl 152 hunt, gary 169 hunt, rhonda 152 hunter, michael 152 hunter, raelynn 137 hunter, regina 137 huntington, mark 48,137 huntington, steve 152 hurst, pamela 137 hurtado, michael 152 hurtt, bob 38,152 hurtt, caray 200 huston, david 169 hyatt, matthew 169 imoto, michael 137 ingraham, stanley 51,200 ingram,katherine137 inscore, robert 169 irarte, pete 27 irving, michael 137 irving, timothy 200 jackson, jeanne 137 jackson, patricia 200 jackson, robert 200 jacobsmeier, jerry 137 jacobsmeier, laurie 56,169 jacobsmeier, mike 22,41,200 jaimez,yolanda152 jaramillo, doreen 200 jarman, debi 200 jarman, michael 137 jasper, mary 201 masper, nancy 152 jasper, timothy 38,42 jefferies, leslie 14,62,70,201 jeffers, constance 169 jeffrey, marie-josee 169 jenkins, brenda 169 jenner, jess 22,23,25,169, 178 jennings, john 201 jennings, thomas 137 johnson, alan 152 johnson, beverly 201 johnson, debra 169 johnson, donald 201 johnson, gary 137 johnson, greg 28,32,137 johnson, julia 152 johnson, mark 201 johnson, michael a 201 johnson, michael I 137 johnson monica 169 johnson, penny 137 johnson, sonya 152 johnson, steven 27,137 johnson, susan 152 johnson, william 137 johnston,phillip152 jolly, larry 201 jolly, raymond 38,137 jolly, vickie 170 joly, walter 39,152 jones, donna 152 jones, dorlue 137 jones, gordon 50,51,152 jones, james 152 jones, janice 152 jones, jeanette 201 jones, john 170 jones, julie 152 jones, ka ren 170 jones, lindee 170 jones, mary 165,170 jones, raymond 137 jones,tami 137,142 jones, ve Ima 137 jordan, alisa 137 jordan, mike 152 jordan, robert 137 jordan, steven 170 jordan, tim 42,152 joslyn, van 28,201 juhl,jeri137 jurchenko, susan 152 just, wyatt 152 juszak, robert 48,137 kammerude, edward 48,137 kammerude, larry 42,152 kanaga, jack 201 kaplan, david 152 kaplan, paula 170 kaster, richard 137 kauffman, pamela 87,170,95 kazen, candy 152 keilI,beckie17O keith, teresa 170 kelly, mark 137 kemme, mike 152 kenaga, keith 152 kendall, mark 170 kennedy, gary 202 kennedy, steve 152 kennerly, west 170 kenney,gail170 kent, kim 137 keogh, kriss 50,202 kern, rebecca 152 ketelsen, kevin 137 ketelsen, scott 170 kidd, robert 137 kidd,ronald152 kidder, terri 78,152 kilbury, robert 101,137 kimbrough, kim 28,137 kimura, emi 66,92,202 kincaid,darrel152 king, david 138 king, janet 202 king, julie 152 king, robben 170 king, sharon 202 king, thomas 152 kingsbury, kathleen 49,170 kirby, sandra kirk, burce 170 kirk, brian 152 kissinger,cherie17O kiSsinger,debra138 kissinger, kim 152 kissinger, larry 36,170 kitchen, mary 95,170 klee, carol 170 klein, john 28,41,202 kieine, paul 51,170 klemm,doris170 klusman, gary 23,30,31,43. 143,183,198,202 knedler, gary 51,202 knight, carri 138 knight, gary 82,170 knorr, jimmy 170 koa, henry 23,152 koch, barbara 138 koch, mark 170 kohanek, theresa 49,170 koike, bruce 48,152 koike, steven 33, 100, 101 , 170, 179 kornegay, kathleen 170 kornegay, ma rgaret 202,207 kornegay, patrick 152 koseski, karen 152 kowasch, bruce 42,152 kraskar, barbara 170 kraus, james 170 kraus, korrine 49,202 kreuzer,william170 krings, johnny 64,170 krominga, kerry 82,152 kruse, katherine 138 kunde, mark 203 kusumoto, bruce 170 kusumoto, david 170 kusumoto, russell 138 la berge, david 203 la berge,rita152 la chusa, jim 152 la faver, victor 203 la salle, scott 82,172,203 la valley, stephen 138 labeta, mary 152 lackey,curtis138 laird, lorie 82,103 laird,ronaId138 lajeunesse, michele 152 lakeman,aileen152 lambert, edward 152 lambert, joe 203 lambert, thomas 152 lancaster, carrie 138 lancaster, pamella 153 lancaster, rocky 22,42,170 Iandry, barbara 138 Iandry, chris 153 lane, thomas 153 Iange, jeffery Iange, joel 47,48,138 Iange, jonathan 203 Iangenbert, lois 87,153 langIois,charIene153 Ianglois, arlene 208 lanham, derstin 75,203,223 Iapp, colleen 56 Iapp, jeff 153 lara,dianne153 larkin, brent 153 lasalle, frank 170 lasher, joseph 138 lattman,keary170 Iathan, yolanda 153 Iathan, mary 138 lattman, richard 138 lattrnan, trixy 64,170 lattman,trudy153 laub, david 153 Iauge, jeff 33 laverdiere, richard 138 law, douglas 22,50,203 lawrence, phillip 153 lawrence, ronald 153 lawrence, teresa 138 layton, mike 170 layton, robert 153 le bel, richard 42,153 le master, robert 138 le roy, susan 82,86,87,171 leatherman, joseph 203 leavitt, donald 153 leavitt, ronald 153 leboeuf,deborah170 lechler, harold 138 ledesma, david 203 ledesma, julie 153 ledesma, lydia 171 lee, gary 30,203 lee, randy 51,52,75,153,162 lee, raymond 138 leekey,starlene153 leibold, james 171 leibold, janice 203 leigh, teri 204 Ieighton,lorraine138 lenning, richard 26,35,153 leon,caroIyn153 leon, richard 153 leonard, carl 138 leonetti, craig 37,47,138 lerma, alfred 153 leroux, linda 204 lester, jack 153 lester, jerry 51 lett,linda 153 lewis, becky 153 lewis, cheryl 153 lewis, cindy 217 4 lewis, dorothy 138 lewis, sue 29,138 lewis, susanne 54 ley, david paul 171 ley, david 171 libsach, nancy 204 lieras,jaime153 liggett, renee 171 liljestrom, cathy 64,69,76,77 171,173 liljestrom mark 28,138 lilly, kathy 171 Iiming,darlene138 lindsey, wendy 204 lipska,muriel171 listander, edward 138 lloyd, rhonda 138 lochhead, deborah 138 lombardo, frank 138 lomeli, stephen 171 long, brenda 204 long, brett 138 long,bridgett153 long,diana153 long, michael 204 long, nancy 138 long, steven 95 lopez, daniel 48,138 lopez, david 171 lopez, diana 153 lopez, gus 38,171 lopez, jose 153 lopez, linda 138 lopez, rachel 204 lopez, bob 96,204 lopez, rosemary 204 lopez, vincent 138 lord, john 204 lord, rebecca 204 lorenzen, richard 153 lothspeich, diana 204 louis, cindy 204 lower, jon 48,100,171 lowery, linda 171,179 lowery mark 138 lowry, michael 204 lozoya, david 48 lubic, christine 57,205 lubic, thomas 26,153 lucero, andrew 171 lucero, linda 205 lucero, lisa 138 luciano, paul 153 ludwig, rebecca 153 ludwig, robert 22,171 luhman,debra153 lujan, annette 82,171 lukacik, joseph 64,171 lundquist, james 96,205 luscher, bradley 28,138 luscomb, neal 28,138 lutz, paul 153 lynch, carol-lynn 75,171,205 maca, mary 130,138 macias,maureen153 madigan, john 22,24,171 madigan,william153 maguire, donald 205 mahon, karen 138 malis, debra 205 majors, william 138 makin, melony 205 makin, richard 153 malley, colleen 138 malley,fawn138 mancuso, ronald 205 manning, leslie 205 manosalva,gilberto138 manosalva, jairo 47,153 manriquez,delia153 manriquez, julia 171 manroe, robert 153 marino, mike 27 markovich, michele 171 marler, eric 153 marmolejo, sandra 138 marmolejo,yolanda12,98,171 178 marshall, craig 48,138 marshall, kimberly marshall, linda 101,205 marshall, bill 28,138 martin, bob 153 martin, gary 171 martin, paul 153 martin, paul 171 martin, ralph 205 martin, robert 48,70,138 martin, robin 153 martinez catarina 138 martinez, cynthia 56,138 martinez, david 171,153 martinez, larry 205 martinez, sandy 171 martz, joan 138 martz, peggy 153 mason, alma 82,171,205 mason, patricia 171 mast, robin 49,153 masters, louvina 139 mastin, ann 82,153 mathena, bennie 139 matson,curtis171 matson,ronda171 matte, le ann 139 matte, marguerit 139 matthews, jeffrey 205 matthews, mark 139 matthews, stephanie 153 mauldin,loalea139 maurer, karen 205 maurer,laura139 maxwell, douglas 139 may, linda 206 may, tina 7,75,153 maymes, alicia 206 maynard, david 171 maynes,korey153 mayors, lisa 154 mayors, martin 139 mayors, ted 206 mays, andrea 82,171,178 mazza, christina 171 mc anear, marvin 139 mc bride, colleen 154 mc bride, jeff 139 mc bride, thomas 50,171 mc cance, charlene 171 mc cane, robert 154 mc cann, larry 26,154,160 mc capes, alfred 154 mc carthy, daniel 154 mc carthy, dennis 154 mc cleary, cindy 139 mc cleary, robert 171 mc clellan,debbie154 mc clelland, martin 51,52,64, 182,183,206 mc clintock, stephen 139 mc combs, jo 154 mc combs, rex 206 mc cord, wanda 139 mccorkell,caryn154 mc cormick, barbara 171 mc coy, david 154,206 mc coy, Iyndall mc coy, michele 206 mc cullough, anne 171 mc cullough, leo 206 mc dade, bradley 64,178 mc dade, mark 154,206 mc elroy, eric 139 mc elroy,phillip171 mc elyea, linda 171 mc farlin, michael 22,183,206 mc gowen, michael 172 mc intire, richard 206 mc kee, bonnie 87,171 mc kee, donald 139 mc kenzie, kevin 51,52,206 mc keyer171 mc laughlin, earl 139 mc menamin, joseph 154 mc nall, charlotte 70,171 mc menamin,michaelen154 mc nally,glenda171 mc nally, louise 206 mc namara, robert 171 mc namara, Sheila 207 mc phearson, george 28,139 mc pheeters, susan 139 mc pherson, jim 5,171 mc pherson, john 64,207 mc pherson, susan 139 mc pike, bruce 154 medcalf, karen 172 meek, barbara 139 meek, teresa 154 meglich, ray 154 mehrIing,karin139 meinung, terry 139 melban, tammy 139 mellott, peggy 139 melville,theresa139 mena,aIvaro172 mena, beatriz 154 mendoza, laura 154 mendoza, matthew 27,32,139 mercer, patricia 207 merideth, ronald 172 merino, michael 47,139 merrill, matthew 139 merrill, mike 154 merritt, patricia 172 merritt, robert 154 merritt, thomas 207 meyer, joseph 139 meyer, sharon 172 meza,juanita139 mechel, kevin 154 michel, Iaurise 207 middag, jimmy 139 milford, donald 139 milford, randy 172 millan, paul 207 millen, michael 172 miller, bill 207 miller, chester207 miller, gwendolyn 139 miller, joyce 172 miller, karen 139 miller, malcolm 154 miller, mark 154 miller, pamela 95,172 miller, paul 32,139 miller, kimberly 139 millsap, cindy 154 millum, robert 172,178 mina, anthony 139 mina, sheryl 87,154 miner, chris 154 minkler, david 172 minor, jackie 172 mitchell, donald 154 mitchell, linda 207 mitchell,marlene154 mitchell, pamela 14,15,76,77, 183,193,204,207 mobley, gail 154 moell,leann139 molenaar, melinda 154 moline, bob 172 mollette, richard 154 molter, eric 207 molter,frances172 monacelli, stanley 28,139 monaghan, stephen 172 monce, mark 42,154 monce, melissa 70,139 monce, sheril 155 monroe, anita 155 monroe, joseph 139 montgomery, douglas 50,208 montiel, elsa 155 moody, timothy 208 mooney, thomas 155 moore allan172 moore, edwin 172 moore jane 208 moore, janet 70,71 moore, karyl 139 moore, larry 42,155 moore, norma 155 moore, rosemary 172,208 moore, ruth 208 morales,ruben155 moreland,brenda155 moreno, mike 155 morero, joyce 163,172,208 morero, karen 64,75,154,155, 160,161 morgan, richard 155 morgan, john douglas morgan, john d 23,208 morris,brenda139 morris, cecil 22,23,41,208 4 morris, terry 155 morrison, kathy 208 morrison, terry 208 moser, charles 139 mosley, edward 172 moss, carrie 155 mott, michael 208 moydell, madelyn 209 moyers, kathleen 155 moyers, nancy 140 muckey, doug 155 mueller, brian 155 mueller, david 172 muir, mark 35,-48,172 muir,teri140 muir, tracy 49,209 rnullins, deborah 84,172 mumaw, chuck 36,155 mu maw, john 23,209 murphy, jim 155 murphy, julie 17,64,182,183, 209,216 murphy, michael 27,47,140 myers, alan 172 myers, bryan 172 myers, anthony 172 nagem, kim 140 napier, allen 155 nation, debra 59,172 nauslar, john 172 nauslar, julie 140 navarette, jozann 209 navarette, suzann 172 neel, timothy 64,209 neeson, donald 155 nelson, becky 155 nelson bruce 209 nelson, darla 172 nelson, rae 140 nelson, ronda 155 nelson, torrie 100,101,186,209 nemetz, randy 172 nichols, ralph 82,98,172 nichols, robert 140 nicholson,tedd172 nicholson, penny 140 nielsen, jannette 87,209 norman, deborah 77,172 norman, sandra 70,155 norman, bill 27,32,48,140 norton, kenneth 64,172 nunez, alan 51,209 nunez, alex 209 nunez, olivia 155 nunn, becky 209 nute, tom 172 nutt,rochelIe172 nye, bobby 172 nye, cheryl 87,155 nyquist, paul 172 o'brien,jozette140 o'brien, katherine 209 o'brien,kathryn172 o'brien, mike 155 o'brien, timothy 27,140 o'connell, michelle 155 o'conner, colleen 155 o'dell, melody 70,172 o'neil, matthew 172 o'neill, susan 140 o'neill, teresa 209 obendorfer, mary 100,101,172 oberg, chris 155 ojeda,lydia155 ojeda, tonya 155 olah, peter 48 olivares,ronald172 oliverio, patrick 36,42,155 olson, barbara 140 olson, jeanne 49,56,209 ondrechen,jana140 opfer, joseph 140 opperman, don 210 orcutt,kathleen172 ornelas, ignacio140 orr, greg 27,101,140 orr,shirley155 ortega, brenda 155 ortiz, edward 140 osberg, robert 50,155 osborn, candice 140 osborn, cheryl 87,155 osborne, nancy 210 osborne, peter 155 oswald, kenny 173 oswald, robin 140 ott, marie 173 ott, michael 173 overly, marcella 173 owens, jeff 34,95,21O owens, john 155 owens, kevin 210 owens,vickie155 owens, victor 22,173,178 owings, gregory 156 oyama, ah 156 pace, robert 140 pacheco, clyde 173 pacheco, richard 22,34,210 pacheco,rudolph173 painter, bradley 140 painter, lucinda 156 palazzolo, chris 22,35,41,173 palazzolo, robert 27,140 palmer, arthur 210 palmer, john 140 pantazoplus, ted 156 parchman, brian 40,41,210 parker, berwyn 33,41,156 parker, charles 28,140 parker, donald 156 parker, dreyfon, 140 parker, naomi 140 parker, thomas 27,32,140 parkinson, larry 156 parson, henry 210 parson,valerie173 pastoral, robert 140 patterson, dwane 173 paterson, glenn 173 paterson, teresa 156 patterson, gail 140 patterson, steven 140 pawlus, judith 210 pawlus, wendy 140 paxton, robert 140 payette, elaine 156 peacock, kelly 88,173 peacock, richard 140 pearce, shannon 140 pearce, toni 140 pearson, brian 140 pecoraro, frank 210,224 pecoraro, john 48,156 pederson, jocene 82,88,156 pederson, melody 88,173 peightal, donna 140 peightal, janice 87,156 pelley, mark 156 pemberton, debbie 156 pemberton, la mont 156 pena,vickie14O pendleton, dayna 156 peters, pene, jeffrey 173 pene,laurie140 peralto, mike 210 pe retti, danny 156 perez, mary 156 perine, charles 156 perkins, carol 210 perritt, thomas 140 perry, james 140 perry, marina 156 anthony 82,173 peters, gayle 140 peters, jane 140 peters, webb 173 peterson, beverly 79,140 peterson, dennis 42,82,173 petrie, laura 49,210 pfahler, michael 141 phiff, david 141 phife, george 106,156 phillips, danny 156 phillips, sandra 141 polinsk phillips, michael a 41,173 phillips, michael g 173 phillips, theresa 156 pickerd, john 28,156 pickerd, suzanne 82,183,210 peirce, pigo, la pike, el pilgrim timothy 141 rry156 izabeth 211 steven 141 pilley, edward 173 pilley,gayle141 pinkert on, rose 156 pinto, christine 141 piraino, mary 211 pittman,debra141 pittman, kim 58,211 pittman,lesley141 pittman,teri141 plamondon, deborah 95,173 y, marlene 141 pruitt, david 141 pryatel, charles 156 puckett, nancy 156 pudsey,bonnie173 pudsey, dean 141 pullan, brian 26,36,156 putnam,jacquIine141 quinones, carmen 211 raab, diana 211 raborn,josie156 radasa, ricky 156 radi, ken 156 radi, mike 173 rains, candy 156 ramos, linford 38,211 ramsey,vernon141 ranaglia, mike 156 rangel,hector141 rapoza, hilary 82,173 rasmussen,charmaine156 rasmussen, mark 178 rasmussen, penny 156 ratta, daniel 156 ratta, andrew 27,141 ray, ruben 30,33,156 rayborn, stanley 141 raymond, linda 64,173,211 real, vincent 156 reams, cathy 95,100,101,211, 222 reams, david 211 recchia, debbie 70,173 redburn,byron 211 reeb, donna 173 reed, colleen 212 reed, kennith 173 reeder, curt 212 reeder, thomas 28 reese, denise 157 reid, tammy 54,141 reiland, daniel 212 reinbold, margaret 151,157 reinecke, roger 38,48,83,92, 157 reiss, deborah 141 reoux, joseph 28,141 repard, pauline 72,95,212,223, 224 rettke, denise 141 reyes, june 64,78,157 reynolds, donald 173 reynolds, linda 141 rhea,blon141 rhodes, harold 173 rhodes, patrick 157 rhodes, timothy 141 ribby,rani141 porras, angelina 156 porter, kathy 156 posada, alice 173 positerry, randall 52,141 powers, peggy 211 price, mark 51,70,173,177,179 price, michael 52,141 price, rodger 51,52,53,100,101 173 price, susan 156 prince, darla 141 province, sue 141 ribby, tami 58,64,78,157 rice, boyd 157 richard, scott 212 richard,wendy157 richarson, richarson, richarson, richarson kathie 87,157 mark 22,41,212 matthew 157 ,patricia141 richardson, Scotty 157 rickard, deeann 173,212 rielly, kathleen 157 rielly, rose 141 4 riggins, miguel 157 riggs, terry 51,52,157 rigsby, mary 141 riley, carol 17,63,212 rilling, david 141 rilling, deborah 82,238,173 rilsell,lindroI141 rincon, juanita 212 ristorucci, janet 157 ristorucci, joseph 173 rivas, armando 38 rivera, david 173 rivera, karen 212 robbins, charles 141 robbins, robert 95 robbins, shelly 56 roberts, cynthia 141 roberts, janice 157 roberts, keith 157 robeson, ronda 87,157 robinson, douglas 157 robinson, ray 174 robutka, peter 174 rocchio, jennifer 75,157 rodden, edward 29,42,157 rodriguez,deborah141 rogers, brian 174 rogers, carol 157 rogers, donald 212 rogers, laura 174 rogers, roxann 142 rolfson, eddie 174 rolfson,shirley157 rollins, john 157 romero, ernest 212 romero, esther 142 root, mark 174 rosa, arnaldo 142 rosas, katherine 142 ross, brian 174 rothe, tom 48,157 rounds, peter 42,51,52,174 rower, james 48,142 rower, steven 209,212,224 rowland, jack 157 roye,lelia142 rubalcaba,roslie157 rudeen, ruth 142 rue, debra 157 ruf, rebecca 174 ruggles, david 213 ruggles, steve 157 ruiz, christina 174 ruiz, concepcion 213 rupp, jim 142 russ, larry 120,213 russ, renee 213 ryan, cathy 157 salas, jovita 142 salas, orlina 157 salas, philip 174 salazar, anthony 165,174 salazar, lisa 142 salmon, laura 174 samayoa, michael 28,142 samoya,myrna142 sams, kathleen 157 san vicente, george 157 sanchez, veronica 82,174 sanders, clara 96,174,213 sanders, david 52 sanders, deborah 78,82,157 sanders, kathy 174 sanders, mary 142 sanders, robert 27,101,142 sanders, susan 157 sanders, teresa 213 santos, tony 157 saputo, benedetta 158 saputo, frank 27,52,140,142 saputo, rosalyn 7O,71,174,177 179 sarant, david 174 sarant, jon 85,142 ryan, gina 174 ryan, michael 213 ryan steven 213 saavedra, brenda 142 saba, debra 142 saba, terry 142 sabine,rhonda142 sabus, monica 142 salas, benita 142 salas,cerila157 salas,eiIeen157 sarant, kathryn 142 savage, terry 28,142 sawyer, tony 174 sayers, douglas 158 schaufler, katherine 213 scheidler, karen 213 schellenberg, linda 49,213 scherbaum, marie-loui 153 schexnayder, jules 142 schexnayder, ron 27,142 schimack, steven 174 schirmer, danny 174 schlager, kathy 142 schlehuber, debra 64,95,213 schlehuber, karen 82,147,158, 160,161 schmidt, elaine 49,158 sChmitter,geraldine142 schnack, steve 158 schnack, tamera 142 schneider, paul 214,224 schnurr, john 214 schoeneweis, linda 142 schoop, mark 26,158 schreuer, dennis 214 chroeder, donald 142 schuff, karen 14,15,64,76,77, 198,214 schultz, daniel 158 schupp, diana 95,174 scoble, marc 142 scoble, james 174 sconza, Wanda 158 scott, carla 142 scott, stephen 142 seaberg, terri 214 seaman, jay 174 sele, barbara 69,71,75,82,86, 87,174,178 selle, richard 142 serr, carol 100,101,174,178,214 serrano, angela 174 serrano,emelia142 smith Setzer, sheree 143 Seymore, barbara 59,174 Seymore, jonathan 143 Seymore, donna 75,214,224 Shafer, dawn 214 Shapiro, david 158 shaver, robert 143 shaver, ronald 214 Shaw, judy 214 Shea, norbert 174 shea, peggy 174 shepherd, becky 100,101,158 shepherd, Sheila 143 Sheppard, patricia 214 Sherbacov, alex 158 sherbacov, jim 73,174 Shirley, albert 42 Shirley, gloria 143 Shockley, mary 214 Shockley, theresa 143 Shoemaker, yvette 58,158 short, ronnie 158 shortridge, elizabeth 143 shumake, rex 174,314 Shumake,sue143 shunk, gary 100,101,158 shunk, larry 100,101,158 sieckman, cynthia 82,7,158 sieckman, john 175 silva,alissa143 Silva, gloria 158 Silvers, joann 56,158 Silvers, theresa 175 Silverthorn, jerome 50,158 simati,atauloma158 simmons,kathleen158 Smith, clay 73,215 smith, daniel 27,143 smith, danny 159 smith david 143 smith dennis 48,82,159 smith dorla 95,175 Smith, douglas 73,215 Smith, fairon 29,42,175 Smith, gary 159 smith, graham 143 smith james 143,215 smith kenneth 26,159 smith kevin 48,75 smith linda 175 Smith mary 175 smith michael 175 smith nelson 215 smith, paula 159 smith, randy 175 Smith ray 175 smith robb 42,159 smith robert d 143 Smith robert dale 159 william 27,37,47,143 simmons, mark 27,143 simmons, robert 214 simmons, robin 143 Simonsen,scott158 Simpson, Simpson, jan 158 karen 19,75,175 robbi 88,158 simpson, simpson,suSan143 Sims, roslyn 143 Sinclair, susan 49 Sing, dawn 58,66,158 siScon,carolyn143 Siscon, john 35,48,175,178,211 six, julie 143 sjogren, eric 100,101,175,178, 179 sjogren, robin 72,82,95,215, 224 Skillman, belinda 143 Skinner, james 175 slagaugh, craig 42,158 slagill, ro nald 143 slagle, harry 215 Slagle, mark 35,42,158 slagle,corky175 Slater, stephen 27,32,143 slaugh, bob 100,101,159 slaugh,Sharon143 Slaughter, ken 50,51,159 slay, michael 27,143 Slay, terry 175 Slempa, robert 143 Slusser,Sandra175 Snider, richard 143 Snow, billy 175 soini,deborah175 Soini, donald 27,143 Solano, rosa 175 Solomon, Steve 30,51,52,53, 176,179 Sones, rhonda 144 Sorenson, sue 175 Sotelo, gilbert 159 Souza, lesa 144 spagnolo, larry 26,42,159 spagnolo, patricia 82,215 Sparacino, catherine 64,77,215 Sparacino, christine 64,175 sparacino,dominic144 sparks, bob 27,37,144 speir, robert 144 Spence, larry 35,159 Spence, susan 215 spencer, howard 35,159 spencer, katherine 144 spencer, Sheryl 56,144 Sperla, kenneth 159 Sperling, william 28,144 Spitz, michelle 175 Spivey, donald 28,144 Spooner, barry 216 Sportsman, donna 144 sprang, vicky 159 Spratley,jerald144 Spriggs, mark 159 sprofera, kerry 175 stackhouse, linda 175 Stacy, joe 159 stacy, michele 175 Stafford, dayna 175 Stager, daryel 144 Stallard,georgine144 Stallard, terry 58,159 Stammerjohn, timothy 144 stammerjohn, tracy 175 stanfield, robert 144 Stannard, kenneth 159 steffensen,Iorraine175 4 Steiger, karen 82,159,160 Steigerwald,valerie175 Steinberg, kevin 216 Stelmar, hilary 216 stelmar,valerie144 Stenbeck, joan 159 Stenbeck, mary 57,100,101,216 Stenbeck, john 41,144 Stephenson, tom 23,24,175 Stevens, deborah 175 stevens, gary 159 Stevenson, jennifer 216 Stevenson, philip 22,41,216 Stewart, boyd 27,144 stewart, carolyn 57,216 stewart, debra 56,159 stewart, garry 144 stewart, melvin 175 Stewart, terry 159 stewart, bill 32,33,41,49,144 Stinchcomb, ann 216 stinchcomb, catherine 100, 101,159 stockmoe,judy175 Stokes, darlene 159 Stolte, bradley 175 Stoudt, gay 175 Stover, steve 175 Strangman, karen 144 Strangman, Sheryl 159 strasbaugh, norman 216 strasbaugh, robert 159 Stringer, randall 22,202,216 strong, donna 160 Stroud, ginni 56,160 Stubbs, raquel 56,160 Styler, karen 175 Suarez, richard 169,175 Surf, michael 175 Sullivan, christopher 216 Sullivan, debora 86,87,176,178 summit, lorie 217 sundahl, cindy 56,217 sundahl, dean 42,160 sunderhaft, david 160 Sunderhaft, michael 144 Sutherland, charles 38,217 Sutherland, joseph 175 Sutherland, matt 160 Sutton, derral 160 Sutton, karen 144 Swalling, jill 75,144 swanguen, jess 144 Swank, ronald 144 Swanson, deborah 88,175 Swanson, don 160 Sweet, karen 160 Swier, bob 33,160 ' swier,Stanley100,101,217,222, 224 swink,diane144 swinney, nancy 217 Sykes, todd 175 szemerey, kathy 160 tachiquin, joe 160 tachiquin, luis 144 tainatongo, lawrence 144 tallian,valerie144 tally, dale 160 ,NS , - .....4 ,Ac taluban, david 27,37,38,47,144 taluban, teodoro 217 tarpey, brian 42,160 tavares, Constance 176,217 taylor, david 160 taylor, joan 144 taylor, leesa 14,76,77,82,198, 217 taylor, mary 217 taylor, rob 160 taylor, susan 160 telles, rosalie 217 tena, carolyn 160 tena, eric 176,217 tenney, jane 160 terrell,sherrie144 thatcher, terry 160 thomas, marcus 28,144 thomas, mike 160 thomas, Steven 70,144 thomaselli, matthew 48,144 thomasson, mark 52,176 thomasson, robert 144 thompson, arlene 101,176,178 thompson, brenda 160 thompson, cheryl 176 thompson, daniel 144 thompson, earline 217 tompson, gavin 218 thompson, harold 218 thompson, jesse 144 thompson keith 144 thompson ken 28,160 thompson mari 160 thompson robert 176 thompson, samuel 176 thompson, tommie 161 thornton, gordon 218 thornton, mary 144 thorpe, annemarie 218 thorpe, sunny 160,161 tibbetts, kelly 144 tidball, george 176 tidmore,wanda161 tilaro,phyllis144 tilaro, bob 23,35,176 tillman, joan 161 tilton, noreen 57,82,160,161 tinkham, wade 150,218 tirpak,sandra144 tiscareno, victor 28,144 tiumalu, john 144 tobin,cory144 tobin rhonda 56,218 todd, dee 161 todd, pamela tom,sharon144 tooze, patti 56,144 tooze, richard 176 toporczyk, patty 161 topping, thomas 30,218 torres, michael torres, ralph 218 torres, rosario 218 torres, vernon 161 toth, james 218 townsend, dan 161 townsend, fiona 145 townsend, michael 26,176 trask, william traxler, bob 48,82,161 tribble, kim 161 trivoli, richard 161 tucker, herbert145 tucker, susan 161 tufts, amilia 176 tufts, kim 176 tunkin, michael 145 tupper, walter 145 turkle, thomas 145 turnbull,jody161 turner, margaret 145 turner, rosetta 176 tweedy, garry 219 twitty, craig 145 uhl, michael 176 ulch, danny 38,176 underwood, tony 161 underwood, greg 95,161 untalan, george 161 untalan, raymond 145 upham, michael 95,96 urban, david 177 urban, robert 28,48,145 uriarte, peter 37,145 uruchurtu,norma145 uruchurtu, sylvia 95,177 utterback, allan 177 utterback, jan 14,15,77,198 valadez, roy 145 valdez, alex 145 valdez, armando 28,37,145, 219 valdez, carmen 219 valdez, jose 219 valdez, tony 35 valenzuela, alejandro 38 van zant, stephanie 177 vance, garth 28,48,145 varela,agustin161 varela, cahterine 93,161 varela, david 93,145 vargas, yolanda 161,162 varley, anita 145 varoz, susan 161 vasquez,carmen161 vasquez,ernest145 vermeule, john 161 vieira, catherine 145 vierra, deidra 161 vigil, michael 145 vigil, richard 145 villa, esperanza 177 villareal, raul 38,145 vinas, brenda 177 vinas, jon 161 visconti, chris 177 vizer, geoffrey 177 vizer,gregory145 voelp, bruce 145 von willer,gerald145 vonkline, linda 177 voorhees, bradley 219 wade, mark 50,82,85,161 wagner, jack 219 wagner, rita 219 wahlgren, paul 219 waid,debbie145 waid, mike 161 waight, pamela 145 wake, wllliam16,101,102,201, 211,219,224 walker, daniel 145 walker, debbie 219 walker, bill 162 wallace, denise 177 wallace, jay 145 wallace, ralph 48,145 wallace, robert 219 waller, donna 100,101,162 waller, richard 177 waller, shirley walls, debbie 177 walls, ken 177,179 walter,judy145 walter, robert 162 walter, yolda 177 waiters, william 162 wangenstein, joyce 162 ward, mary 145 ward, monty 145 ward, teresa 145 watson, barbara 177 watson, georgia 177 watters, denyse 177 watters, patricia 145 watts, charles 48,145 weaver, stuart 162 webb, peggy 220 weber, christopher 177 weber, john 48,145 weber, nona 86,87,177 weber, steve 162 weibel, linda 87,162 weiss, jerald 48,145 weldy, daniel 23,220 wells, kenneth 38,41 wells, richard 82,220 wermers, linda 101 wernmark,Carla145 wesley, anthony 145 westberry, james 162 westphal,velda145 westrup, daniel 178 wharff, randolph 82,220 wheeler, anthony 145 wheeler, howard 69,71,220 whelan, damon 163 whigham, thomas 63,64,81,95 whisenhunt, robert 177 whitaker,brenda162 whitaker, linda 162 whitcomb,micheal145 whitcotton, jack 26,36,162 white, white, white, white, white, white, white, 160, white, white, white, white, cathy 162 denise 145 donald 220 jamie 162 jeffery 145 joe 70,162 kathy 56,64,146,149, 162 mark 27,145 mark h 162 rebecca 220 wayne 145 whitley, deborah 58,162 4 wickey, robert 220 widmer,shirley145 widmer, susan 145 wiersma,cheryl177 wiesner, michael 27,37,145 wiggs, rolland 33,48,162 wiggs, sherry 145 wilber, richard 26,163 wilder, jill 145 wilhite, david 51,52,221 wilkerson, marilynn 221 wilkinson, scott 48,145 willer, cornell 145 willett, steven 177,179 williams,Carol160,163 williams, danny 221 williams, jerry 70,163 williams jill 70,177 williams, sandra 82,163 williams, steven 101,177,179 williams, terrilyn 163 williamson,marykay,163 williamson, philip 221 willingham, hugh 163 wilson, donald 145 wilson, elitha 145 wilson, elizabeth 221 wilson, james 177 wilson, jeff 163 wilson, larry 163 wilson, marcella 140,145 wilson, robert 177 wilson, rozann 163 wilson, susan 86,87,101,177 winters, sandra 221 wise, marlene 76,77,177 wistrom sheralin 57,177 wohlwend, tim 177 wolf, kathy 177 wolfe, lee 145 wolfe, dick 163 wolfe,stephen163 wollberg, gary 145 wolman, viki 57,221,223 wondrash,darlene177 wong, ivan 42,65,75,177 wood, arthur 145 wood, ineta 163 wood, james 145 woodring, lloyd 145 Woodson, sheryl 221 woody, karen 145 woody, kathy 142,145 woosley, colette 163 worthington, wayne 177 wright, cheryl 145 wright, marie 177 wright, stephen 177 wright, violet 100,177 wynn, mark 38,100,101 young, micheal 177 yacko, debra 221 yocom, any 221 york, gary 221 young, david 145 young, milo 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