William N Neff High School - Troiani Yearbook (La Mirada, CA)

 - Class of 1966

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NEFF HIGH SCHOOL KL j mg Lpfmxehs co-Ednorsz iglven E251-' Uvliflxf-5 an gif-52,3 " My X Always Zziflzful The powerful motion of a football gameg the activities, dances, and many other functions are all fond memories of this school year for all of us. Thoughts of our days at Neff will be with us for the rest of our livesg but more than providing us with many joyful memories of youth, our school is equipping us, through knowledge, to meet the world outsideg a world where the rewards have never been greater, but the competition never keener. As we continue through high school life and when our high school days are behind us, to remain always faithful to our school is to show our appreci- ation for all it has done and is doing for usg to in some way bring the honor to William N. Neff High School that it deserves. Always faithful! What better conveys that which is best for our school and its students than this which has become the theme for this yearbook. Wreward -95 'ri 5' tm' 5 i 2 l r lss 4 i l 5 if it srrl ' v ii i ' ,, Q5 H L - yy,,, A 1 . :wr ll llllI QIiQQll 1Ei?iLQYS-, ,Q GQ, Of 60I1f6'I1f.f Q2 fvgijxcif ,W x L? V - yo Xfpelgbg NP 99 'Fife VZ? . c kc' ' Sfareward 1 QL Q Q Xffi, CL ' X35 '7 9 by Randy Henderson RX Q 717 V F ,NPO JG X JB 21" 0 P' Ng-fa -Qf 1-F wx -. 05 ,c,fJbj"o549 ,525 ao Ov XXQX ybr djs' XX' C, 4 J if QQFJ rxjwyf ff? J F a 'cf' m T 59 ff froifgziv Qi A fi H, .Q 3 X is ,Y ' , I I - lugglf 34 A Dedlcalwh e ei iiee 4 W, A . e . i ie W i i q V, Lxggifixmfx. C99O,i:jJJx snerylnalven ig ' P xxjjqs A M , iz- l "7 fgfa' 357 e 1. ,ff si,- xiii V., . I ,. ,,. : 1w z X sk X - Vickie Berry, Randy Henderson T O -V8 5'aculig1 and Administration Ofgduizafialfs - Pam Estrada it ,Activities Luana Chambers go, , Q J ,,EV 3 gi X -' A ...e im ,-fQ 9 e ff 35 i ,,.e ' ' N i i M ' ' 'ee iii :gg 4 I ej gvfz L VP, , . , I ' 1'L ih, ' A A "fn - , , Hays 5,001 ff - wal: Mcehee - Dean Mel-sky Girls' Slfaris G M , ,, 2, Sf. " ve Vizssism., Q fax A i 44 4 d zb ,hh , 2 "J, ll fwfr 3 U V - I r k .:n!,.:-, ' , 3 es gf, UA r. Hliutou Ii l5'rauf11 ' il' lk ' W", z' Q L mg 7 iff, , -'Qu Lx x v' I7 X 9 . 'N M31 5 F W 1 Dvd ka! 21 Semper ilidclis - 'ytlways z7aitl1ful" What theme could better be applied to this edition of the "Troiani", than that of the United States Marine Corps in which our principal, Clinton V. Brown, served during portions of two wars. Mr. Brown joined the Marine Corps V-12 Program while he was a student at Indiana State Teachers College. He was sent to Western Michigan College, where he was a platoon leader for six months, then on to Parris Island and Quantico, where he was asked to remain as an instructor, after receiving his commission as 2nd lieutenant. At the war's end, after faithful fulfillment of all military obligations, Mr. Brown returned to Western U. where he lettered in basketball, baseball, football and track. He was chosen to play in the Mid-American Conference Foot- ball Game, and served as left tackle on the first team in the All-State Selection. Number 75 was further honored with offers to play pro-football with The Redskins, The Giants and The Rams. A masters degree from the University of Michigan was our principal's reward for faithfulness to his studies. He was a teacher and head coach in Rockford, Michigan, for three years, until the Korean War necessitated his return to the U. S. Marine Corps. This time he served as Executive Officer at the Newport, Rhode Island, Naval Base and was promoted to the rank of Captain. Upon release from service, the Browns came to California and, after fulfilling this state's requirements for teaching by attending U. C. L. A. , our principal taught at Bellflower High, went on to Artesia High as Director of Attendance, Director of Counseling and Assistant Principal, then, upon opening, came to Neff High as Principal. He resides with his wife Helen and two children, Bobby and Nancy. Faithful performance of study and duty have led Mr. Brown along a path which has had only one direction- straight upl We students at Neff High are most fortunate to have a "big man" to guide us, and to set high standards. As our tribute for the dedication and service you have rendered to us and to our school, we, the students of Neff High, proudly and sincerely dedicate the 1966 Troiani to you, Clinton V. Brown, our friend and principal, and we humbly vow that to both you and our fine school, we shall be "always faithful." fiifigzyi , . 4 If "A . t , iiii " .: f- ' -' - .,. g,at.,.fx:E:-515451 .1 ' Mr. Philip Johnson, a member of the faculty, is "Always Faithful" in the classroom and all the various activities he supports. if u ni r 5 4 A I AE ' , ' I u X . 25 55 ,ff Q? .XSYRXL Ji! I. , ? Kf- f ' 1 . , ., 5 , 'V ' x L Y of Q X S Xrw n. .vm A W I s s A 's' A ws. , 'X' J? X 7 5 911ml ty and ,Admilfi tmtia N Hvard of 62111 afizw Unification for the new Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District, meant L elections and these people were voted to positions of prominence and problems. The problems, however, have been solved with expediency, logic, and intelli- gence and this new Board under the leader- ship of Mr. Harold L. MacTaggart, presi- dent, certainly promises to make this one of the outstanding districts in the nation, Mr. Harold L. MacTaggart if-axe President, Board of Education Mrs. Polly Blankenbeckler Board Member Dr. Duane U. Dyer Board Member Mrs. Phyllis S. Aegerter Board Member Mr. Jess Vela Mr, Milton P. Cook Board Member Board Member 1121 time frrx.,Lff WM,..,,wiJ.iW MMXQ Wt H-WL W Wwfhwjdwa f ' , 7 fqcl? , I I7 M lcwj 4 135 fQ!A,4.f f 1 Mr, Warren A. Escobar Vice President, Board of Education 'lbst Disfrirf Admiuisira tion Dr. Louis G, Zeyen Superintendent as of February 1, 1966 With the reality of unification, the school district has launched into the almost insurmount- able task of coordinating, solving, and initiating programs for the education of the students. With the retirement of Mr. Reginald Benton, who was instrumental in bringing unification to the district, a new Superintendent was hired. His name, Dr. Louis Zeyen, a man with deter- mination and abilitv. Mr. Robert D. Ashton Acting Superintendent, October 1, 1965 through January 31, 1966 Mr. Richardson Hastings Assistant Superintendent, Division of Secondary Education Mr. Bruce B. Butler Assistant Superintendent, Division of Business Services Mr. Reginald M. Benton Superintendent, July 1 through September 30, 1965 Mr. Robert J. Fischer Assistant Superintendent, Division of Elementary Education U16 Zjriucipal Elfman V. Brown With a deep and sincere concern for all facets of school operation, and with a special regard for the students, Clinton V. Brown has been instrumental in the development X X of the total area of educating youth. His decisions and policies have been based on know- ledge and wise leadership. Never to busy to talk, or listen he has overcome some of the most difficult problems that a newly opened school could face. The dedication of this annual describes only some of the reasons for this man's success as a teacher and administrator. Mr. Brown speaks at the first dedication of the new Neff High School site, . . a site that has come into its own this year. QS few: Q: -W U16 ,4 ssi limi Principal 9 Gilbert lllibarri L 1 ewzenrrczsmafeznmzw 'ss Better known as U,C, L,A, 's number one rooter and an amateur "jack oi all trades" , Gilbert Ulibarri has given much time and energy toward the building of a better school. His work with the limited photography equipment has been outstanding. With much ingenuity and foresight he has been able to take, develop and print all the pictures needed for the newspaper, annual and for press releases. Besides these extra curricular services he oversees the master scheduling of classes and makes certain that all supplies necessary are available for teachers and students. Mr. Ulibarri deserves much credit for the compilation of this yearbook. Mr. Ulibarri and Mr. Chenney at the first meeting of the new Neff High School administrative staff held at Artesia High School. ,Msn 'Cf ,f JACK ELDER Boys' Vice-Principal FREDERICK CHENNY Head Counselor U16 ,Adminisfra H116 wff 4 --I J OI-NNA MOORE ' Girls' Vice-Principal V IS: ,.f' Wi .44 . ,f Y, of' RIC HARD KING Attendance Counselor 9116111 ty K x I ,W-"" . . . With many inconveniences . . From a meager beginning. . . and more setbacks. . . . . . Neff has grown and is now coming of age. . . I .I+ , ,,. 1 .W 1 . s ' . i - f H 1 : I . 2,21 gf, il .2 ,f , V , . K zu 'UN Mr. Bannister-Soo. Sci. 5 Mr. Bernard-Mil. Sol. Mrs. Bolton-Bus. Ed. Mrs. Bradshaw-English Mr. Brewer-Math, Health, R: P,E X Mr. Byyny-Soc. Sci. Mr. Carlson-Math Mr. Dahood-Art, English Mr. Dixon-Ind. Arts Mr. Frese-Soc. Sci. , P.E. A12 2? 'M "lv-raw 4' 3- ' .X p-'iff M W-- , jagftiziti, -W 1 5 gi, .. f Q 1 ,x...... - , , 2 3 . "T ' 'M Qlaflisi 5 ,, f i gi ff? , 1 X, Q 3 , . , L-9Pf,,.1 S , L,ff.5,,,,fH:-:Rsf , fi 'IM 2,'i,,,,v ' 1 X -PT' x ,w.,.'f1v N. ,af ' r . 5 5'aculty Mr. Gaudy-Ind. Arts, Soc. Sci. Mr. Kirk-Soc. Sci., Music Mrs. Kolias-Language Mr. Kuyper-Science, P.E. Miss Logan-English, Drama C Mr. McCormick-Math Mrs. Marshall- Bus. Education Mr. Miler-Reading, English Mr. Minsld-Science Miss Patterson- Home Ee. , English Miss Schipper-P.E. , Health Miss Smith-P.E. Mr. Smith-Language , E ngll sh Mr. Ternquist-P.E. , Health Mr. Thomas-Health, P.E., Soc. Sci. Mrs. Topik-Language Mr. Goodman-Soc. Sci. , P.E. 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Ure Night Shrff A 611155 junior 611155 171o5id1'11l Don Solanas, President of the active Junior Class, keeps himself busy with many varied duties that all serve Neff High School in bene- ficial ways, As a manager of athletic teams, reporter for the games, and academically he represents well, a dedication of "always faith- ful", Mmm?" ' , 'wx .T-,, 5 3o,o11o111o1o 611155 171151111111 Leading the Sophomores in their many pur- suits is President Terry Skotnes. With un- waivering loyalty he and his cabinet have worked in preparation for a very busy Junior year, one that will require much money and planning. 9165111111111 611155 191151111111 To solidify a new class is a job in itself, but Ray Biering has made the Freshmen one of the most spirited and active classes on campus. This group is always willing to serve and never quits on the job. Look for them to achieve more and more as the years go by. 17 'ifvs 'Pix 0 0 QQ junzar 6111 Off: cr DON SOLANAS President 43", KAREN MOE LLER Treasurer MR. BANNISTER Advisor -wb SUE PARKE Secretary VICKIE BERRY Vice President Under the leadership of enthusiastic officers, the juniors worked hard on many projects. With every member of the class yelling, the juniors .ag won most of the class competition. ,Q-+3 Although they were involved in many activities most of their time was spent raising money for the Spring Formal and the Senior Square. SUE SMITH Social Chairman juniar Steering Hammiltcz STEERING COMMITTEE: B, Gundrey, R. Sicmer, B. Quigley, T. Lewis, J Kenny, L. Sweeney, T. Harper, S. Rossiter, R. Baumeister, D, Donnelly. jun ,a 271' 611155 fi-, .f ' - vw.. , V352 -gs, . ' ' ggi., - Q. gf ' .- W- Q-1 g, Q ,lf V .- . ,I , mf- , , I 1 2 F j kg f g A 2, -' Az., i ' 'ow 9 ' Si E 1 .5 . sl' . ...C . 5 . ' . 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'-2 5,51 'zz' C if ,ffl C it A :Q -'.. ,V . fi N .W W, .,,4 , ,,1, ,, Left to Right: D'Arcy Rigby, Boys' League President, Kathy Welch, Secretaryg Mike Touchette, Sergeant at Armsg Pat Thode, Vice Presi- dentg Don Solanas, Junior Class Presidentg Terry Skotnes, Sopho- more Class Presidentg Scott Tenen- baum, Treasurerg Bonnie Lorig, Girls' League President, Todd Lewis, Presidentg Linda Ulrich, Pep Commissionerg Ray Biering, Freshman Class Presidentg Craig La Peere, Director of Activitiesg and Mr, Elder, Student Cabinet Advisor. F ' he tu ent Cabinet makes many of the important decisions that face the student body. They help decide many of our policies, plan our spe- cial days, approve charters for the new clubs on campus and handle the various pro- blems students bring to the Senate, xwpiu' f R if , . f ff Q If 1. U f K lf J , uf JL J it tl Q " he lviey to sound government, I1 Iggy, , y',H.'.4'3Xg 5A Nt , uf, f H 1 1, A A Y N I, X r ,Im , I :H .A f' lb' .. J' f,t',+' I ff?-X 19,4 L " P V 1 XV L! 1 ,S 'J - . ' ' ,ty 4' 1 L tj N ,531 14 ff fr, Q , U v' 1 '2., ' ' JU' J 1 fx 5 5 fl' X K ,- I X U17 QUKA v A' ,IV X 1 ' , I 5 A fi T , 1, " ' ' wt ' M f L VTX X! ji Y I '4 V 4 'K H1 XX f Q 1, yn M 7 Jw 2' R ff w If L Alfxf nf' J lL M XV ' 1 l ll I V tf L X' f! , V If J it ful, LI X pf 'X l Sc, f X X I L' w ,f if 9 ' m Lf J + 'V A ffQ'L L, J! 5 1, f X I fl K T 2 X r' N 3 Ml., GTA Sena fe Under the fine leadership of Todd Lewis, Student Body President, the Senate acts as the voice of the students. Each homeroom has an elected representative who brings to the meeting the views and ideas of his class- mates . This year the Senate has acted on various proposals involving the betterment of the Neff campus and the activities of the student body. Mr. Elder, the Boys' Vice Principal and Mr. Brown, the Principal assist the group when needed. -T - vfritff 'A k.fM+u Y, , 1 ,Q .-.,,, -v 'ash , ' S' QA ,fiig 'H-' -f' T.n'fT'??fl'w 'JT' wr" ' ' Sli 'if ' ' l N Va A '4 ,hw !g.1-....,f,X- 5, .. .,V, fy ,L its J I' ,ii,g, 5 . 'M'-f ,vw K , if "ff, '4'1'I' ,,,. ti . I. ' ,it 1 1 iv A' , - , fans- . - V i - wet' N., f :V , V M. , no . . 1966 Um km! mff ri, -. an I 1 NA ' Q' .9 1 f- ' X I ,L 'i 'np V 'ff 'W gf K f '-W -H ' "8 Q. J aux! I A I , , Q 9 'N ML X 'syrq N, " ' ix H-4 ' 5 A SIL- W SHERYL DALVEN SUSAN SMITH VICKI BERRY co-editor Co-editor LUANA CHAMBERS ,A il if BOB GUNDREY i 7 A"!M L - PAM ESTRADA 'T f F xii ,, g if ,,. i WALTER MCGEE K1 ff ' 'lx , Ki if J' f hi' -.1 Q E" A DEAN MERSKY , RANDY HENDERSON 1 fi if , M..-f, . W 1 SUE PARKE The Annual Staff has worked hard this year to present its second yearbook. It would have been difficult to do without the help of their advisor, Miss Johnna Moore. Af NS"u...,, -on ,ff- U15 BONNIE ADKINS associate editor RICHARD SIEMER boys sports .ml -QQZQRQ hicld Stuff 2' 1 L . Zig Q 'N 1 3 ff! : Q V E fr aff" DIANNA HUMENTUK front page 'vu WENDI BERRY social editor MRS, VLASAK advisor . -. ff if sg F V55 ab 5 -.4 if at V 5 N f? ' 44 if " if ., , 'nf' LUANA CHAMBERS reporters advisor if EZ R l r W- B U d K , U ' gms Sports 35? ' SHERRY LE ROY '47 P' 3 1. Q, 1 a r' Jw li iw ,, 3 I Wx 4 mx Z ,r yi-M Y 5 'if ..i..J:,.1 1' SUE PARKE features editor E U R E " 1 .. , M , V, "lyk s NE' -1 , ' F 1 ' , . . adv ertising The Trojan Sheild worked hard to give us a top rate ncwspaper every two weeks with a lot of time and effort put into it. Lfalzforuia Scholar hip Hedcra firm 5 -.... new C,S,F, has had il busy and profitable year, They have gone on various field trips including a very enjoyable tour of the U,S,C, campus. Under the leadership of Mr, Chcnney, Mr, Brown, Mr, King and Mrs, Ortiz, the standards are set high for membership. Fr hcipal 's J-lmor 1601! The Principa,1's Honor roll is the highest academic group on campus, It is composed of hard Working and ambitious students who have met the high standards set for membership, 4 .ax - - .Q - 'Kg afizfmzl Zoran if ffague Under the direc tion of Miss Logan the advisor and Joan Kenny the president of the club the Thes pians have given us two delightful plays, "Thank you Doctor" and "Meet a Body". From the applause it was clear that everyone enjoyed these two perfor- mances and we are looking forward to more in the future. This year the speech club directed by Mrs, Wood, has received numerous honors. These honors given in fields such as debate, original oratory, dra- matic interpretation, humorous inter- pretation, impromtu, extemporaneous, and oratorial interpretations were well merited, by the orators. Much is ex- pected of this group in the future years because of the great success they've had. afivmzl Ckespiau Szfcicfy 176,11 611111 Promoting school spirit has been the job of the pep club this year. Sponsored by Mr. McCormick, they have partaken in various school activities including a booth at the Sadie Hawkins dance and selling booster ribbons throughout the football season, Thanks to pep club, spirit has been high on the campus this year, Kali amid Linde! orps The Cal Cadets under the direction of Mr. Jerry Bernard have attended many bivouacs throughout the year and have displayed their skills in such areas as marksmanship and marching maneuvers. They have dedicated much of their time directing cars at various school activities and have shovsm a spirited effort in their jobs. The student body is grateful for the help that the Cal Cadets have given us throughout the school year. v i +L! . si t-ll p j T ' I ilel:44l,,,3-sg,eg,.s...i,,tlr Q ' i,tt E. ii,it 2 as 2 I f 2 ,IAQ p , up if ff.. img- 'WN "fl A+ iii new f I smiilgi 1 1 i 1'5'ifZ,. as f f v T' 1, ef' 153 Q ' 'f -- - . 23:3 1 3 if L3 Qc -11. gg ,,f If gyggikiizl W i j V if J 1- g J W, W 4 5 " .. H A t'1' iglfawgg L it ,' " . .fQ,,i,4w' e Q , 1? 1? I It xiii . E E 'Hi D 7 , K , :Sul - . 1. i vri i ' s y vvv i r , it irtil as F ytv 5 'Q ' l A f .-i"' ' 'Q K' - - 3' Qi A V 9 ' " My ' I A ' i'ii"' ' it .1 ,Z ,, ' g . - gh --,'- - k , K Y . - Girl agus Eabiuel . , Q 1 ' .. ' ' f" " . 'xiii , ff . f - , W -nm -.M fl " " 7' 5, . K - 1 t ' E .z ' 1 ' ,, - ,w.. I- M .D ,f'Ax2J4f":Z, ' ' 'NM' 'WS' "1 Q , .. X F RE - 1321- 5 'ff 'N Miss Patterson Girls' League Advisor '+.., A. A ,,,.,,X ....-5' , W ffwgg., . L , . , ,rf , ,L fa:-am, me 1.4 off, - From Left to Right: Bonnie Bailey, Freshman Representativeg Michelle Cartisano, Sophomore Representativeg Judy Brown, Publicity Directorg Lynn Garfield, Girls' League Secretaryg Bonnie Lorig, Girls' League Presidentg Susan Harding, Girls' League Vice Presidentg Mei Trawicki, Kalagathian Presidentg Charmaine Alley, Trojettes President and Girls' League Treasurer: Debbie Hackett, Troianae Puellae Presidentg Betty Deitsch, Junior Representative: Sandy Dalzell, G.A,A. Presidentg Miss Patterson, Girls' League Advisor. I ,ul I. .- WE-L., .. Zraiarzae Pucllac Kalagathians f s L . 5 g , n QQ The members of Troiamae Puellae are the official campus hostesses and they assist in the office whenever needed. The Kalagathians or modes and manners, promote good dress standards. The Troj ettes or Ways and means, help raise money for the Girls' League with various fund raising activities, A11 of these groups have set good standards for the coming years. Crojctfcs Hay ' Hague 6116 het equi M if i D 'Arcy Rigby V President D'Arcy Rigby has led the Boys' League in a triumphant battle against long hair, and sloppy dress. Of course, these are not the only duties of the Boys' Leagueg they have Sponsored our Christmas Dance, and our un- From left to right: D'Arcy Rigby, Dave Keaton, Jack Meinen, Joe Touchette. lcifermeu 5 61116 Among the many duties of the Lettermen's Club there is the task of watching all the Neff High litterbugs at lunch and keep- ing an eye on conduct in general at school functions. We would still like to congratulate them on other duties and events that they have sponsored, With the help of their advisor, Mr, Stan Thomas, the Lettermen's Club is setting good standards for all the boys and girls to follow, forgetable Varsity-Faculty basketball game. All of these functions have given Neff a boost in the spirit department and have helped us along the road to greater strides. Y . I Q s nik inging The folksinging club has entertained itself this year with more than thirty healthy voices to sing out the current trend of the folk song. Although the student body hasn't heard them as yet, they are hoping to in the near future. ludm I Sifchangv 6 I ub This year the S.E. C. is working doubly hard in hopes that Neff High may become the proud parents of a foreign exchange student next year. If so this will be our first and we will be sure to make him or her as welcome as we can. Also in the future the S. E.C. plans to send one of our students to a foreign country or to another state in our country. 5 a E 1 4 4 A 'X Mi K 115 7ffL'3'f' if ' ' -- ll ' Math Klub The math club is still a small group, but its members are working hard toward making it bigger and better, This year they have participated in math field days at Occidental and Cerritos Colleges. Mr. Johnson, the advisor, was most pleased to see his group doing very Well in the stiff competition, A 1 .A , 1 The art club keeps getting busier and busier as the year goes on, with scenery for our plays, posters, art contests, and many other projects. With the help of the clubs advisor, Mr. Da Hood, the projects will continue to come in and the members of the club will continue to give us their best work. ,ftrf Klub U1 ree New Lfampus Organize tions Www W-aw -4--N' ' 1 -f ,-4. X e - 4 ,Q w ,wage ,V M ,,, A A s . E' -".mf.eM,,,,,-15M 'F ' ' "H ' " , H..- ?u!ure Zeezehers ef America Advisor. Mr, Johnson Hufure Business feeders of ,wferiee Advisor: Mrs. Marshall ' aw ,A Seienee 67116 Adviso Mr . Mi k all ,,.,:Q, Hand bft 4 'lm A - um In 3'M3w TF k ', fn, - , k -3, ggi My ,V . Neff's first big football season was brightened by the sharp appearance and superb effort of our marching band directed by Mr. William Kirk and led by drum major Dennis Carter. We would like to congratulate the band on their time and effort which accounted so greatly for the increased school spirit and enthusiasm Drill Z' am Xa, I' N- J .fl-,-1' NN K A U W7 fix D F The drill team helped to win the audience during half-time activities as they charmed their way through numbers like "Hernando's Hideaway, " "Hel1o Dolly" and "Ain't She Sweet. " They have done a great job and owe it all to Miss Donna Schipper who directs the girls and Connie Heinemann who is the drill team leader. Newly added to the school is our "Trojan" mascot, which is portrayed for the first year by Deruse Donnelly. If X nm FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Wayne, Joan Kenny, Sue Smith, Sandy Da.1ze11, Betty Deitsch, Vickie Berry, Judy Brown. I - Gr YP LEFT TO RIGHT: Luans. Chambers. Belinda J effords, Chris Roberts and Pam Estrada. 60 Trojans Dawn the 9'icld. and an to Victory ........ " uk' 495 1' gk R3f7',Z!?n Mm LE FT TO RIGHT: Sandy Rossiter, Barbara Kolden, Linda McFadden, Sharon Bailey, Pat Thode. Y y S., als- U- dww 'Q ,..- N... L LE FT TO RIGHT: Kathy Donohue, Susan Buckridge, Karyn Florian, Bonnie Lorig, Barbara Masem W ,i LH d , ,, JQ x Q! R r --...iq HJR g . , 31, My L Y wx A nr' yi A 1 if g .V ,, x M WM e :gg x if I . Ps ,A ' 3-A , N gx 1 To Linda Ulrich every day is a busy day. Whether selling booster ribbons, ordering rooters buses or decorating goal posts activities occupy much of her time. X -"'! s f, . VA SLI! I K A r I s Y , E iii? J ., as 4 r H E N gd I1 2711 lmuf The first assembly of the Girls' League presented the fall fashions from Simplicity. Mr. Bill Kirk provided a musical background as the student models displayed an assortment of outfits ranging from school clothes to even- ing Wear. Miss Fay Patterson and Mrs. Dixie Bradshaw were in charge of training the models for the fashion show Miss Sharon O'Brien from Simglicity narrated the event. w W W 1-M ww.-i ,au ,vcr IW, fume'-' reef' 1 , X' r.J 3, I, Lv' t fs. E, ' 'Q Q. 2 QP' ,yiis , A K 4 f.fcis1., - ,MW - M . H, I. Che 671 ri ima The second annual Christmas Dance proved to be a great success for the Boy's League who sponsored the event. Under the direction and guidance of Mr. Hank Frese, the boys worked hard to collect gifts for needy families and to make the dance pleasant for all. Dance Ken Hamilton and Vivian Garcia were voted Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus for the evening, JQ, Something struck Bonnie Lorig funny .... -Q... Don Solanas and Pat Thodc discover gifts under the tree, 95 'xl . Xian all nm Some of the many that attended ..... F' ! Z ,U 6211 The band and choir presented a Christmas program. . . :S-F-4 qi ' Q xv Q5 lx .Q'H-- .' , , , The industrial arts classes made toys for tots. . . . t may Jw, , 817611 is . '!". --... f"'f"'l- A . . .and the P. T.A. and Sophomore class sold pizzas ..... P 4" my--P5 . . . sportsmen won honors... V ,V .kg ,. 1' .1 U" ' ' . ., N 0 1 ' N E, MR? fffq . . .freshmen painted trash cans. . . v 47: f-I s 31 . . ."Trojan" pennants were sold by the G.A.A. nude tguch mcmer by V ay ywrflrrfsrmnsbe MF' rpg .. the Iinomle gc ilmt your W? Sffvlfelv Arrwrnci if 2i'3'J'9fHnS,E53?5'Za3M" r Swans unrlerihe jug 0? 'tl""? demotxuy And fmdam U Ie- lifrfw1f.h,!'fvf1,A.4AA-twirl-1lQ,. Mid" 1 SWG ikkhm MNH!! blip, Mui L ' ' ' s"?B?f!11 .V .M I V, -irq! a-an .,. A --gl Uwwuulwurn, I L N t H .mg 'gtg Ypviiflxft Mk' :J Y FW l ies t 1 'T qi, ,, L k A Q in N- 'L , WSW' fffzf gg-gf . . .the student council sent a Christmas Q3-pi V xgifm, SQHSIX M. all if greeting to Viet Nam .... and what's tl ' -it L' illh?JSfQ f04fLW'j- more they received it .........,.. , , ,P wwf mmwumt UT Q Siemens umimue A .e dfmacsxny mm Sm , f I -A lf 'mf 'Ui' J Mlmf, 0,4 V ' 4' aw S .k,, 1- sg: I Ytfaii iffy. W Pho fography Krew Rick DeFina s fi ...te 'V Mr, Ulibarri is x J he--gf Brian Giles ,A Q Under the direction and assistance fy' E ff 0' ff - 1 ,f ', 4 of Mr, Ulibarri, these four boys have ,k,,,.rgfi A ,-' 'ye ' ' 2 ,.-ff-:,m' f ' worked hard and long this year supply- A MJQFQQ., J QV, 'R S ing the necessary pictures for the year- i i i 5: :nj W I 315 book and the newspaper, Their efforts if ' S eu. 'Y have been greatly appreciated, and we ' E 3 I wish to extend a sincere "thank you" to f . fe .' them . f V, ff. ffj 'I I , :. .Q . f I jr if 'tw jf egg ' X A ' RT. Dave Bernoudy 'er it ci iA!K J ,, A A 0 d i.: f t -'S N is Richard Carter 5 "QA" X . d t 297 im., , va,6se7arjfg1,5 L 1 - f -rf 3.:i1unmmu 1 , L ' ' 59 "Che Play' the Ching ' '. . Scenes from the first play pro- duced this year indicate the growth of drama on the Neff campus. The title of this endeavor was "Doctor in Spite of Himself" and the flavor was strictly comedy. The second effort by the thespian hopefuls took on a flare for the chil- ler, with comedy delicately inserted. The title was "Meet a Body", and the setting of course, what else but a funeral parlour. adie Hawkins -vast, , L iff f . -0 ...Q-' is ..,.. .., , , , 2'-:fi ,,.,M .Mun "' ,ip ' ., . . Dance L 5' in ,MW , f Q ,, M 5 f' I 7 Af er U16 Gains. . .A Dance ,, nik-6 winning football season. and jerked" to the latest dance craze. Well attended after game dances held in the gym highlighted a The "Off Shores" provided the music while the students "jumper: V J F .ya L i: 1 VJ. M, , ,A K f l V ! 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Well, congratulations to the Junior Class for the biggest social event of the year, "April Showers", I The Final Touch What do you mean, you forgot the ticket. ,Cs lfsrmsu Que I1 QQ princesses m ...h 7 . 3. A f yi k X A, as i s 'W 1 223535 52 ssss 2 L5 a s gf! ,Cv . F' as X 4 ff , H .. s S ss -- -. N. ,, -M f . .. ' 'svfmlw H J' " if S ' 2 ,ML . his s J , fi , as , qv Y.. if X iii' ,0' "f""'s- wh ,WU K ' 1-. 0 Sports if x x xl X X, x A 1 r P x 2 Q it 5 gp. NW, -, 1. -4- 1. , .Y S 1 iilldt 4K l ,i ., ia K J 4 7 1- Y QE Var ity no tba!! TOP: Coach Frese, Coach Thomas, B. Berklite, L. Essman, R. Baunieister, No name, D. Dyer, R. Brovxm, C. Lapeer, D, Riley, E. Swanson, M. Marinko, G. Herrera, R. Krebs, C. Ladd. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Goodman, No name, R. Garcia, T. Gibbons, M, Desselle, M. Kotoff, J. Russo, M. Touchettc. B. Nogle, E. Rumley, S. Beedle, S. Lee, D. Heyne. BOTTOM ROW: S. Knight, S. Johnson, L. Brouharcl, J, Touohette, R. Tyler, K. Hamilton, S, Spiegle, P. Anderson, B. Brown, D. Rigby, not shown is D. Mersky. Thanks to fine coaching and team spirit, The -, Neff "Trojans" put forth a great league effort f as they finished as a co-champion. ' Attributed to outstanding line play and fine 'T back action, the Neff varsity went into C. I. F. 'if -gi .e... Co-Captain Randy Tyler ' ."""" Hg. -Selby i .Sai Lapeer scores first touchdown of season. . Co- C aptain Joe Touchette no ,i,i we g Q, N at 1 iw" Coach Goodman Coach Frese Head Coach Thomas I x mf 55 Randy Tyler breaking through to help Neff onto its first victory in the C.I. F. bid. Randy, along with Kenney Hamilton went on to be named all league. 6.79 iq, ," g . X A - ,4 E E A v e, , H 1. L ' ' 1 ' K ' Bull-backfield consisting of Knight, Rigby, Tyler, Hamilton, NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE, "ALL THE WAY THROUGH C.I.F." I5 e 900th ll t , ' , , Y' , .Q - if . .1 ' 'v J ' : Lv - X ' I p, fx, .I Y X L Q I ,Q ,.. tj ' .up xg BS e. ,fa , - 1 A Q. g I .V Q, if X' . , . Q9 FY. MPS I X, M ' I t In ,f'N- A ,w A BY ' -fa L, I , , u W S r , TOP: M. Monroe, B. Felder, G. Lane, K. Vanderham, T. Thompson, N. Olson, J. DeLa Hunt, P. Adamson, M. O'Neil, B. Wood, H. Jung, J. Doernbrack. MIDDLE: P. Fischer, D. Addishan, J. Jackson, S. McCol1om, B. Sheehan, D. Stevens, T. Harper, L. Bosworth, L. Estrada, D. Fender, D. McFadden. BOTTOM: R. Berg, J. Strayer, S. Willer, K. Carson, D. Itow, D. Robinson, M. Adams, S. Currier, L. Baker, C. Hover. N Congratulations to the Bee football 3 VV o- L ' . f f team for completing the league play ,. A undefeated with a 6-0 record. The f' coach attributes the season to a fine ' E 'Y effort by the team as a whole. .,. 6 CONGRATULATIONS x..,-'Hsin 3 Harper shown after a nice gain. Head Coach - R. Ternquist X . ' m 'lnffggf , a n3S5m.5Q Asst. Coach - J. Kuyper Stevens makes the first down. Co.Capt. L. Baker Co. Capt. D. Stevens 6 c hath ll No name, R. Hageman, K. BACK ROW: C. Charter, E. Childs, R. Raymond, J. Botsford, R. Van Pclt, W. Kendall, Armstrong, B. Hacker, R. Thrasher, R. Tovzir flVlgr.j MIDDLE ROW: T. Skotnes, R. Reithmer, N. Charlton, M. Willhite, R. Pavlovsky, C. Gorham, G. Ortega, M. Smith. FRONT ROW: R. Combs, M. Pavlovsky, G. Leach, M. Deselle, S. Pryor, S. Smith, J. Warner, T. Bettis, S. Bcrklitc. . T T - S4 9 , . f ...., L lrrnl H Qui ,-, .5 -r,. Capt. R' Combs Coach Brewer, Head Coach Lusvardi 5 Armstrong Around End K' A ' ,, ' S , , . f , V , if . M N... ., ..,. I , 35 ,I Q a f . F 5 V .,' . U 3' " "ig ,-. V. R' . , V 5 315-fi S , '..., wa-wm'W , -ft A j . N f,-1-1,-sw J ' ' J, K ' n ,,. f .E , -N, X Tgw . edit' 9 Y . ,-f.f..,p,f 1, f, 2 f F 1. . T. f'?"'wl'1'5??W5siw'5fd 'fig . , , T. it .-w 'E MN . if f' ."W1.f'F ..ff'f.? L5 iw-"W3flf":'9f' 'ff A 'Q 'V 'M llfwii' , . . gflfil f L ' if . z itlipff, "'itL.f" ' ' . 7 K.. 3: S- ...17'LL..4,L J.:l:r -Y . S, , ,-'32 . I . 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M 'I M, '..Q,p-..'f-. . , .-f 4 ,,,, 11 - ' 4 N -swf-H . i s , ,fre are , fo r NI S+, 'pf e w " lf, 1' 1 ' wiv :rm -xi r 1 'f "MfNi2"?f'4 f-.Qff 2 '2Q'0.'1f' Hrsxb '7Yf.w'A The .4 4 He' 'rffrf' ,JS lg Q -.vs , 1 n . . . Pool does likewise. . . . C . I BACK ROW: Mr. Johnson, Tom Hooper, Dave Enderly, Peter Wiest, Vance Garfield, Kent Fekete. SECOND ROW: Merlin Albrite, Bob Gundry, Tim Courson, Richard Costello, Steve Kuester, Craig Roberts. FRONT ROW: Dave Scully, Lonnie Fletcher, Jim Pool, Mike Ehletlik, Bill Quigley, Woflgang Greinke, Greg Oldham. 5 4' nn: 72 Runners get Bef. . . ..... Fletcher leads over Bassett man. . . . I Var fly 15711 ketball TOP ROW S Beedle B Nogle C Lapeer J Bird M Norred, D Keaton. BOTTOM As in football the varsity basket- ball team came through for a berth in the CIF playoffs. Although beaten in their first game of the playoffs they nonetheless provided Neff with the second sport to gain CIF recog- nition, Kmght up lugh for two Norred scoring two on a lay-up Meinen scores two points junivr Var ity 1691 kcfbal! T? I , , TOP: B. Brown, J, Martin, R, Siemer, B. Berklite, N. Olsen. BOTTOM: R, Garcia, Siemer reaches for ajump ball P. Adamson, D. McFadden, D. Addishan, D. McConnell. Garcia shoots for two points. Jim Martin 011 the 1'6b0HI1d 74 16' 6 and 6 6 1571 ksfball L. nf Till Pool out-jumps his opponent, for the B's BACK ROW: W, Greinke, L. Kearns, H. Krause, L. Ekberg, B. Spitzer, J. Pool, Coach Lusvarde. FRONT ROW: D, Enderle, N. Gonzales, L. Estrada, J. Doernbrack, C. Charter, E. Childs, B. Sheehan. Greinke and Krause on the rebound, Thompson dribbles down court looking for for the Bus an opening, for the C's 0 BACK ROW: J. Long, P. Vanderpool, F. Gaston, R. Combs, D. Heyne, M, McConnell B. Gilbertson, D. Cudlip, B. Kendall, Coach Goodman. FRONT ROW: L. Thompson, P, Welch, M. Willhite, J. Roth, N. Charlton, P.. Calvert, B, Pettyjohn, T, Skotnes. .1- qp f n m 5 -M Q-Q 4 , Q, Q gr ay? Hi asf' ..,, ...ag wr a .liffzl w , - XXX 'T-qf"?',1fr Todd Lewis Co-Captain ur, 'wr Greg Trindl Co-C aptain Cmrzi . .F L . T 'G - -5 3 , Trindl stretches for a serve! 5 it Lewis returns with fine form The tennis team hopes to have an all winning record in league play as shown in their first victory over Basset, The team has worked hard under the excellent coaching of Mr. Brewer. They hope to make next years team even more successful as the school grows. Q f' Q7 2 h ,, ., ia,.r f 5 ,',"' i ffl X "I Xwa-41 li Coach Brewer BACK ROW, Left to Right: S. Tenenbaum, C. McArthur, M. Laubaugh, R. Siemer, Coach Brewer. FRONT ROW: D. Mayo, G. Trindl, B. Parsons, S. Spiegl, T. Lewis, E, Bloemendoel. Wm fling Bernoudy goes for a pin Under the coaching of Mr, Frese the wrestling team made great pro- gress this year. Though the first team, they work- ed hard and learned many new tech- niques, With the determination of these boys the team is sure to go far in the coming years. HHH. 6 nsrrv N HEP, 4 W 1 NEFF X stte ' ' 'R fjg i' ii ' R Jr ltit --it ' K' iii? , Ny: 7 'X i'ii 2 Y! .NEI-, X ,X NET Q ' ' ' NSF .gn xl-.' ' A X 4 - 2 TOP ROW: Brian Giles, Terry Gibbons, Joe Russo, John Kniefle, Paul Winston Richard Falstien, Dave Burbeck, CENTER ROW: Dan Robinson, Gary Lane, Steve Doreck J1m Jackson, Mike Adams, Tim Hageman, BOTTOM ROW: Biran Hacker, Rick Thrasher, Dick Lee, Dan Nardoni, Nardoni goes for a reversal Doreck tries to turn his man over for a pin 3 Var ity Crack ' it .V A v'VV K P, Q 3, 1 A , t iiii E C h1h h Q., T' T "" 41 gr 1 , " T ff" .- " ' QW . af :" 4 if R Captain D'Arcy Rigby X Coach , Mr. Johnson x A A V' With the assistance of our two 4 ,X - coaches, Johnson and Ternquist, F the Varsity track team has placed in many of the track and field events. Coach Mr. Ternquist U U L4 I 1 FRONT ROW: Dave Scully, Terry Gibbons, Steve Johnson, D'Arcy Rigby, Tim Courson, Steve Bosworth, Bill Quigly, Charles Jones, SECOND ROW: Tom Hooper, Larry Bosworth, Bruce Nogle, Joe Denny, Richard Falstien, Tim Doreck, Tyrone Borelli, Steve Doreck, 78 , ,4 elim -K1 :gmt Scully pole vaults his highest. sb ur I Inv..- ' Q. , ,A-sf 1...--,..A 4-3, ,fa I Q X, K ,'.,. 11 w , kb 55 Y E Good form for Bosworth, if s F. o we :M X - Ii Q ,figs o W ' Ai ,rss si 2 3,1 3 if 7 ' N' j ' ' 4 F i f ' s H A I H i in l ' F' 1 V f V - Lf ' 3 ' - ' -151 Vyis 13,4 -' "' . ff, sk i, Neff takes in a first. Quigley places in the mile run, 5 l 03331 flew Ti at -wr 'Viv gmyggw Ku Nogal at the start of the 180 low hurdles, He's Touchette throws the discus' also undefeated. .JJ 16' 6 Crack LA -... 'P '., 515 Johnson wins in the 220. Jim Pool Team Captain Another win for Neff K! Pool takes first in the mile run, Chavez Vaults to a victory, 5 ., Y 'I 'Jin , W - 'vv un . 8 , , 'Y' ' A lyk W .sf - l ' , 1' W 1 W A ' 4, Vvf, .ug .- ,,,,,,,,,, 'W VL W . , fr., .. X s ,.w, w 4. Q- A ' f -W ---. s -,. I 5 1 , - g e, -A , H---r' f "' is J , is -C 1' J ' ' - 'l if ' ' ,I 'w j " ' 5 V , as-J xi Xi I 1-pp agp 'OF' I0 T f' l s : IL. 5, gli REQ. f O I 5 "ffl in -- 5' my ,n:. ' V 4 , , J f W , A ,g J ' ' , nn An.L N Qi, - ' , li 7 ' .. A Q, 'L V ' , f V FRONT ROW: Richard Spangenberg, Mike Chavez, Mike Adams, Dick Stepens, Jim Pool, Robert Gardner, Merlin Albright, Vance Garfield. SECOND ROW: Herb Jung, Mike O'Neal, Phil Adaniason, Jim Martin, Bob Gundrey, Marty Johnson, Peter Wiest. 666 Crack FRONT ROW: Matt McConnell, Steve McCollum, Marvin Dcssell, Jim Jackson, Bob Carson, Terry Harper, Brian Carr, Pat Calvert. SECOND ROW: Jon Rumley, Jerry Cooper, Charles Adorno, Danny Proffitt, Paul VanderPool, Lonnie Fletcher, Eric Childs, F b Under the fine coaching USN. of Coach Johnson and Coach 'A .9 Q.. ' A Tcrnquist, the C track team my -Q V Ml A -W-as f,,,,,.....-.M tt,tt . has progressed this year C f- ' .Q i eV't 'ff E greatly, with the help of the "' ' ' , Varsity and B teams, ' 4' q ' -.. .MQ ff V 4 f,,', W M K -P 'j g, sf 5' ' W, -.e.-..- A ..,,. -1 Captain Jim Jackson rg 1 ,M ,K J W ,i ,- 'Q Q f vga? -,in :xi q rg ,' Ze as gy? 5 ja Oldham hands Carson the baton, ' '25 L via f ,, H V A '- J J 1 fy ststsi 1' 4 44 Cdl- .Irv , 7 'LLW ' -5i.4s,,,i Q V I f ' , L' it 5' N - I krvrk 1 4 il' f ' W4 ,.,. . V Y Y A ' V1 5 A p e Harper leads over Basset's men, Var ity 1511 cha!! I , -fi , , , , 5 pi' 5 O7 iii ' . ' ' T T TOP ROW: J. Kneifel, J. Bartlett, S, Knight, R. Tyler, C, Lapeere, M. Norred, D. Keaton, N, Olsen, J. Meinen, D McConnell, Coach Frese. BOTTOM ROW: M. Merinko, J. Thompson, E. Morales, J. Russo, T. Banuelos, R, Brown v,,,,4 is ' 1 f E 2, 1. 5 1 O. Jack Meinen gets a base l1it to left field on the first pitch. i 1 2 i 1 I I , . 5 K X 4 Y :P ft 3 Q , . I rl L -5 V VP nl ,x ' 1' xg ,, ,WV 1 V A b QU f VV ,VV gy ,. , . x , f 111,11-VM' 5 .J ' , f ' i ww V i W - if fl ' ,f N v, 2 I 5541, Q . 'QR , l l L VA . 2 xl - - uf I AK ' I ' , ' Ai f A w , V 2 - 4 Ig 3,5 ww W W f , "' "" . . ' .- I 1 4 P." -af' ffm f , 55 4 ' b 3QT l' f,f9 7LNl1.lf V fi-3 W " : A , A V, . V, , ,.., A V. V .,.. ..,V ,,V V V. V : ., We -.-- .V f-.M-v9'?5v?Qev1sVvrf.vfvZ'iv31xan ' FP ' f , A V , ,L ..,-yd, VMVVVVJX. V214 RVMV, if ,V , x ,,.7' i n 'V V N A M V NN 5525-"S V.: 'f,n,,,Z9gQa' , -- P ,V -'if' ' W 1 1.0.12 ,V . V V 715 - V, .121 42 Q i,Va,J.ifV11V-'Ti' -- V -V . ' ,. firweetf V V' V-fr-'-V '-K? Wf?VV-, , - , f 3 VV V f' V f V . H VV VV .iVV., mn- 1- V.. f.V .. V .V V fit stiff'-YV - -V -' , V ,, f V - i Vi i Vi i , f.,VVV.f ' 'fi 1, .-,Q,Vm.V-+' V, 5, ' Sf- 1' ,.,, V ,V - 1-5, . K' A. 0 'W e- A 'W a U,,,1ff? A ,f i-.f , J'--.VA N V 3,95 .4-liglf, .19?Tfl35v'f-,S'?'Tl?'gff'iig?gl5'f3,.i-f -i,-45v,,. 4 fm! -0 xg H A ATYIIQFAV7. ' , 4' A9 1 V j ,V 7 ' ' ' .1 V V, 5 L 'ff Q.s91V,,'..i.N law- V.-.. -' V Vu- . , V , LV - M 2 T V I ,,,, L. 'Pm , in riVitVf,,,VeM' Tiffffif -fe, V V-i ig' 7 V V V . . VV J VPHH John Knexfel gets a base hit to right field V A W' 5 LMA ,f-"' ,,,.f-,fi ,4-f"f'w! ,Af-"da Steve Knight at the plate against Valley Christian. Kwai i"i f 1. .,-5.525 iVi,.,,V Vf M.. W .4 Q. Lapeere on the mound for the Trojans Coach Frese ,YV 1571 eb ll Q 4 . Q7 TOP ROW: J, Strayer, M. Thompson, D, Itow, D, Wheeler, D, Doernbrack, S, Sader, R, Cornell, N. Gonzales, L. Essman, C, Dzmials, G, Herrera. Not shown: J, Touchette, BOTTOM ROW: D. Addishon, M. Svetlik, D, Heyne, D, Palmer, D, Palmer, B, Kendall, R, Combs, ".,,, .. ,V 9 w, , l 9 "F "U"-fr e , w ,A V H 1 , W " 1 K , A qw H gn-r - ,I ,,,.,,, hf'Tfff,fflJ M-4 - -W ws-H V 4-' 0 ' O' ' ' 4, . 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Y 4 .1 ,.i. 1 W, N K -:ff fi J at w 11 ?g2ff,t41mi 1 2 Girl S arts Being president of the Girls' Athletic Association is but one of the many duties of Sandy Dalzell Studies, activities and flag twirling are also a big part of Sandy's life Her contributions to the school mark her as "always faithful". f- W Girl ' ,4 tlzlclic ,4 s ac Qzfio Miss smith vi f . li ,egg ji Che Kalzinct The G.A.A. , under the direction of Miss Smith, meets once a week and participates in playdays once a quarter. There are also special events that the G.A.A. is able to take part in. This year's officers are President, Sandy Dalzellg Junior Represent- ative, Sandy Rossiterg Publicity Chairman, Ruth Ruarkg Vice President, Kathy Welchg Activities Manager, Lynn Wayne and Secretary, Betty Deitsch. Some of the activities that are regularly scheduled during the school year are tennis, volleyball, speed-a-way, basketball, and softball. This year the G.A.A. has high hopes for the softball championship. One of the activities sponsored by the G.A.A. is the selling of the popular G.A.A. sweatshirts. 85' ' " fQ,j,.f,t -. .es Q56 Ti, ' fl ,V Q, Vai: , ' ' .fl 'N " Q 4 Sandy Dalzell Lynn Wayne Ruth Ruark . L ,, ff' ' ' ,. ,fl L' , Q V. Sandy Rossiter Betty Deitsch Kathy Welch Ianni . . - we-'fame 5 H fs W ' ' 'Q' -Magis. L I A y , ..' , ya Q ' ' lag., ' H ew? - t "' " x g. 1T1.iQ,.,fg- Q " . ' , -f . i ,ll .1 '11 g,Qg,,w mw ' ,... gjskw l : X , .. V skim. .14 fffwfdj 25 Ti? W - Tig, 'lkffkv WW Jw f W ge-if I - f 4 4451.--t' L' f Q-...R 5, Em ., ,..N..-,.V , 5 Mi K K f , x , Q- ,. ,,w,..,...,:3,,: , ,, .. .. , ,, The first activity in G.A.A. was tennis. The concentration seems to have paid offl and Vo lcyb ll V ..... wi sv eniin fl f .Q i 41 ' 4 Wifi, K h f , - it 1 - , X ' Y Q s t. tnn,s - I .Y KK. yzhw K V ,HM V A i ' ' - ' 1 i . . N,.. ' iiri 35, ':i ,,. -.. f , L u I ' f , ,, , .i-i A -, ' 7 I' 5 i A xt 4 -,,L -e f . ,W v- . . 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PIONEER BLVD, ARTESIA, CALIFORNIA UN 5-9727 'IEDUCATION IS A COMPANION WHICH NO MISFORTUNE CAN DECREASE, NO CRIME DESTROY, NO ENEMY ALIENATE, NO DESPOTISM ENSLAVE: AT HOME A FRIEND, ABROAD AN INTRODUCTION, IN SOLITUDE A SOLACE, IN SOCIETY AN ORNAMENT, IT CHASTENS VICE, GUIDES VIRTUE AND GIVES GRACE AND GOVERN- MENT TO GENIUS, EDUCATION MAY COST FINANCIAL SACRIFICE AND MENTAL PAIN, BUT IN BOTH MONEY AND LIFE VALUES, IT WILL REPAY EVERY COST ONE HUNDRED FOLD." THE NEFF HIGH P,T.A. FACULTY ASSOCIATION DAVE BERNOUDY AND RANDY ND NEFF HIGH SCHOOL 5? I .Ag qu ,N 5 IF ITVS SPORTING GOODS--You CAN GET IT AT 'J A I f , SPORTS "?"f I ff ,. CENTER dlffyff X L.A IVIIRADA SHOPPING CENTE LA 1-6835 TYIV NIAILE AND DON SHA 0 4 7 BROASTER C H IC KE N BARREL 20 mg. IM? BUCKET .Sm I3? I2 PCS. ms ,O M, QQ - il -T MQZM4 !zoa4Z2d,o0?2ZZZve4 S H Rl M P TUE 30 ms. +4129 PHONE MEN RES I5 PCS- - 8 PCS. 216749 7 Q BOX, LII NCI-I 3L.'3if,'3JiI.?EY .89 6 summv on I 15057 Alondra f? -a Mirada, Calif. 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A As? ,4 Word f am thc Editor SHERYL 96 an Afprcssiou to all those without whose help this year- book might never have "gotten off the ground". . . 1 . . .to Miss Moore, our advisor, whose devotion and patience are largely reponsi- ble for this finished product. , , ,to Sie Gardner, who gave up many after-school hours to assist with adverti- sing sales, although not an actual staff member. . . .to Mr. Ulibarri, who carefully trained his staff of photographers and personally "saved the day" on countless occasions. . . .to these and all the rest who aided the staff in their constant race to "beat that deadline I " THANK YOU! ! ! Www eff-ffff 3 , E fi 3 , 5 FW? ' 1 1 1 Z? L . SUE KM O wiv v9'Q!AjPgJ6f W, MW W My QW, Jw? K JLMQJJJ , ,."""", ., "'Illnr---' ' ' 'bf-+ 'ob i Q i l I Q F tur- sur 1 - " Q' 1 swf' "Ke 'i A u 1' fi. 1- mv-:+1 WY -Q...-tsl -..- ,qi Q! 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