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

 - Class of 1967

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CIXIG BRACSHAW 1 ' 1 1,1 'iv 3.1 I IU, ,Helm , 'f 'T if f if- 'irrfgdh' ans' f 'A .rt f w Z' .N 5 yi ,V ., 5" 'f 4,3-fit , N i fonewono COMMENCEMENT- the beginning not the ending- True, the curtain has descended forever on a play which has held great importance in the lives of each of us- one which presented many golden moments of happiness and many cherished memories for the first graduating class of Neff High School. No other class will ever experience the joys of remembering so many "firsts," es- tablishing so many traditions , -building so much school spirit, or an- ticipating so much growth. With all these many "firsts" that we are leaving behind, surely our footprints will be carried on through the sands of time. ' ' Now we look forward to a new and exciting play which is about to begin, starring the 1967 graduate, who motivated by ambition, achievement and pride, seeks to find a private niche in a highly competitive and demanding world. ' Through the years we have learned that no one can excel in every endeavor, but that great satisfaction comes with striving for excel- lence. We must now determine to fit together the many bit-skof knowledge and pieces of activity and so create a pattern en' which to build our lives. We must strive to reach for the clouds while remembering to keep our feet on solid ground. We must now learn to apply what we know, for without applica- tion, knowledge remains fruitless and abstract. ' Success shall surely reward all who labor with courage and dedi- cation and refuse to entertain defeat, for: ' "Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time." flienry Wadsworth Longfellowy MF" 2 Fi' '32 v . e, V45 SV N M taste of contents FOREWORD DEDICATION ................... 4 FACULTY KZADMINLSTRATION... 6 SENIORS..... .... 19 I I jf ACTIVITIES . . . . ORGANIZATIONS . SPORTS .......... UND ERC LASS ME N ADVERTISING . . . SENIOR INDEX . . . Y Wim,-mm A ....l14 I ....144 "A 29 I I Ng fa ,. If fr. . B- ,V r 21 M . Q I :-- U., EPA I L , f"Aw W X is -4 ' Z? 1 I OOOI I XM 81 OGCICAUGH Enthusiastic, energetic, sympathetic, understanding and dedicated are all words which simultaneously come to mind when describing our head counselor, Mr. Chenney. Mr. Frederick Chenney was born in Canada, but came to California shortly afterwards. When he was eleven years old, his family moved to Bakersfield. He was a very active and popular student at Bakersfield High School and at the end of his junior year, was elected Student Body President. After graduation his family moved to Whittier, and Mr. Chenney entered Whittier College in the fall of 1941. He was invited to join all four of the fraternities on campus at that time. He chose the Lancers and served as pres- ident of this society during his senior year. Mr. Chenney received his BA degree in 1945, his sec- ondary teaching credential in 1946 and has since received his Pupil Personnel Special Services Credential. Mr. Chenney met his wife Betty while both were attend- ing Whittier College and they were married in 1947. A daughter Lee and a son John complete the family. We are most fortunate to have Mr. Chenney's friend- ship and counseling to help guide our way through our high school years. Under his direction the senior class leaves Neff with a deep desire to create lasting imprints in the "sands of time , " It is with deep gratitude for his enthusiasm and under- standing that we the students of Neff High School proudly dedicate the 1967 Troiani to our head counselor, Mr. Ted Chenney. Q 4 QW -, ,515 ef-'QL V .mf L,.v A . ilafvf' Mil '2'iaJ.m WSTQM v.igW"9ef ,QM A 'gifkl 1 if ,ga faculty AHC ACITIIDISUQAUON iff im BUS BME HB Q Qfli k 'Y 4 , ,g - ' X pa ., . C Vg ':, W N , Y 1 ' pWvnWN -, ' 2 ' 1.- 1 I 7. z 4 N I Beano of eoucatlon MRS. PHYLLIS AE GERTER Vice President SM, 4-f" MR. HAROLD L, MAC TAGGART President, Board of Education We are fortunate to have such an efficient group as our Board of Education. Mr. Harold MacTaggart, president, leads the board in car- rying out their responsibilities. We are grateful to the high ideals maintained by this group. MR. MILTON COOK Board Member Nb-f MR. WARREN ESCOBAR Board Member DR. DUANE DYER Board Member MRS. POLLY BLANKENBECKLER Board Member MR. JESS VELA Board Member OISTZRICI AOITlInlSU2A1IlOn E mp:.,,L.,,, V,,, u A A DR. LOUIS G. ZEYEN, ED. D. Superintendent MR. BRUCE BUTLER Assistant Superintendent Division of Business Services Heading a unified and smoothly run district is the job that has been effi- ciently carried out by Dr. Louis G. Zeyen. All the administrators work together toward the betterment of Neff and all the schools in the district. 183 MR. ROBERT FISCHER Assistant Superintendent, Division of Elementary Education MR. RIC HARDSON HASTINGS Assistant Superintendent Division of Secondary Education Dl2ll1ClDAl Each day in the role of principal Dear Trojans , The building of a school calls for the coordinated effort of many people. It is a many faceted operation that entails the skill of the architect to design a school to meet the needs of the students it is to serve, the foresight of the superintendent to have the physical plant ready when the ever -growing school population demands add- ed classrooms and laboratories and the dedication of the principal in equipping the school, developing the curriculum and selecting the faculty. These ingredients are, of course, essential to the educational program, however, a school is much more than ar- chitect's plans, the physical plant, the furniture, equipment and the faculty. A school is composed of students with their varied abilities, desires and goals. A school is recognized as being a "good" school because of their academic and athletic achievements. Considerable credit must be given to the Class of 1967 for their leadership in establishing William N. Neff High School as one of the finest. The traditions established by the first graduating class are based on prudent thought and wisdom. The friendliness of the student body and the feeling of belonging has been instilled in each student by our first graduates. The willingness of our senior athletes to give every ounce of energy to the cause of victory has produced winning teams and has developed a tradition that will be perpetuated by athletes for years to come. Loyal support of the "Trojan" teams has been the basis of a stu- dent body spirit that has contributed greatly to the success of our teams and has enhanced our reputation as an athletic powerhouse. The first graduating class has garnered many academic honors. The balance between their participation in activities and pursuit of studies has provided a sound basis for future success that will con- tinue to bring honors to our school for many future years. The unselfish devotion to the success of William N. Neff High School by the Class of 1967 has left "footprints in the sands of time" that will long endure. Our heartfelt thanks to our first graduating class. Clinton V . Brovsm Principal Clinton V. Brown participates in many Trojan activities outside of his office. Presenting the Hacienda League Cham- pionship Trophy was among the most en- joyable tasks Mr. Brown performed this year. Attending many meetings, Mr. Brown has strived to make our campus the best ever. it X assistant pmnclpal As Vice-Principal, Mr. Ulibarri performs many important tasks necessary to the smooth running of the school. He is the head of the curriculum and audio-visual department and chooses and orders our books. Mr. Ulibarri has donated countless hours of his time in helping the photography staff . We owe a great deal to him, because without the time he has put into helping with this, this finished product, the yearbook, could never have evolved. ik' -X A .21 Ice pmnclpals '15 Mr. Elder donates an enormous amount of time as he works with student government, dances, sporting activities, and his usual disciplinary duties. To Miss Moore goes our thanks for helping out with the pep units, drill team, half -times, art work for student body ftuictions, and her determination to help guide the girls 5, , W l A , our deepest appreciation for serving Neff with the dedication that they possess 'W .X K VV 4 , V. MR . C HENN EY Head Counselor CCUHSEIGRS Hill Y Y: 'pai MR . KING Our counseling staff, headed by Mr. Chenney, has proven helpful in guid- ing and directing us in the many every day problems of being a high school student. To these counselors we give our thanks and appreciation. 10th, llth grade Counselor -9, Attendance Counselor , guy N-. Mill i' ,W t 5 f i g ' 5 Qa q 4 luyuu JN ,ttt I MR. ROGERS School Psychologist MR, MCCORMICK 9th grade Counselor 4 Qi lmlfw facuu: lx lx X if M- W , MR. BANMSTER MRS. BERNASEK English- Typing if .L .E wg it 2 U. S. History MR. BYYNY Social Studies MR . BUR FOOT Military Science MR. CARLSON Algebra MISS DUNCAN English-Speech MR CONN MRS. DOUTY Dgafting English-Journalism 'LEE' MRS. FRYE MR. GAUDY MR. GOMEZ Business Administration Elec. -Wood English-Spanish -- A-in 7 " ." Q 52 T E vl, 5 ff? Z l 12- H , lf: ,Q " ., 'Q' -M , af 'f '- ' MR, GRAFF MRS. HOFNER MR. KIRK 14 W. Geo.-Auto P.E. W. Geo.-Band MRS. BRADSHAW MR. BREWER English-Annual Health-P. E. MRS. CATBAGAN Art-Ceramics MRS. CRANE .wi vs,- MR. GOODMAN P. E. 152: MRS. KOLLAS Spanish- French School Nurse MR. FRESE Social Studies-P. E. MR, KUYPER Chemistry-Physics IIACUII MISS LOGAN MR. LUSVARDI MR. MCCORMICK English-Drama Social Science Basic Math MR. MILER English MRS. MARSHALL Typing-Shorthand MISS PATTERSON Home Economics 1 'x 'Z MISS SCI-UPPER P. E. -Health MISS SMITH P. E. 'Q' MR. THOMAS World History-P. E. MR . MINSKI Science MR. POTEAT MRS. PURKISS Educationally Handicapped Teachers E e e ' il I' .4 J" I MR. SMITH English-Latin ,QW . ,. 7 I -C...-v :':i K "" MR. WADE German MR . MCGUIRE Social Science MR. MIRKOVICH Math .gasp ciiic. 'YjQi.?i2Q MISS TAKE TA Math Ki 5 Miss VQATSONR English-Art MRS . ORTIZ Librarian MR. RASMUSSEN Spanish ,f W Vw.,-f pg, ' f-L MR. TERNQUIST Health-P, E , R MR. WRIGHT Science SGCRGIARIE 'L . ' 'ir "" .ff . , , ' 55:9 A I A ,. .. 1' s M . . ' f ' K .Aga 1 W-'iv 'iv' 1' I Mrs. Koller W' Mrs. Tyler Principal's Secretary Assistant-Principal's Secretary ,figs 'NP V59 Mrs. Parrish Mrs. Sansonetti Boys' Vice-Principal's Girls' Vice-Principal's Mrs. Rhoads Secretary Mrs. Dunnam Secretary Counselor's Secretary Girls' Vice-Principal's Secretary QFall Termj 'x "Li-"N of hw 'jg'-.5 K, . 53 14 f -ffl ' V K , Xxx: G 393W , SKIN' ' K IVI' X Q. ' ASK - 4 Q lr'5'59 - " S 5' f ga A ,gag ' '1 :FEM 5'-' lat' 353 - S QSEMWAQW . Q an PQ I? 45 QQ' s , ' . u.r.-.?"S"'w-'G 1 Mrs. Wlsdom 'N . H- n0"b' Mrs. Cummms , Library Clerk Girls' Gym Assistant Mrs. Powell Mrs. USTIGI' Attendance Secretary BOOK R00111 ClASSlI:l60 staff T Q C3 NWN -nz-gf X Y A' Q F WM., .v- s IA A-Nlavdvwy in ,ff 37' CUSTODIANS Manuel Barbariea, Head Nighty Willie Montoya, William Duberry, J, W, Wilson, Jack Little Working "behind the scenes" toward a more smoothly-run school are the members of Neff's Classified Staff. Their best efforts are devoted to the benefit of all the student body. Without the constant service of these people the school could not function. Their efficiency and pa- tience is seldom noticed, but the effect of their ser- vice surroimds us every day. CUSTODIANS Del Contreras, Ken Brown, Bob Harkins, Head Day C y if-si! W" 'C . Coffs .a m y ,W . y f , V X ,, 4 5 .1 W x . i, e nj- M - S ,V lssnm. 'mm T jf ,,-, ' X V 'ia . up f H 'Z ? I nz ,...t CAFETERIANS Cleo Bagne, Headg Sara Tafoya, Marlys Grothe S L1 BUS DRIVERS L-R: Claud Olyer, Marvin Teadham, Wayne Peterson, Jack DeArmond, M, Tabak, Roy Marline, Arnold Amondson T7 Ti 2? fl 5 I I . E Q Q Q Q F 5 Q a 1 E E 2 f x. , 5 , gxi l. 5 3 fe Q1 Q I E SGDIGRS nv-K avg 'f'R'N 5 Q Um 5. lp .ji .., ,Ts 'viz' Af. 111' 6' mon class offlcens ,ff I A 'ak SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: ROY BAUMEISTER, Presidentg BUDDY RUMLEY, Vice Presidentg MEI TRAWICKI Secretaryg SUE SMITH, Social Chairmang SANDY ROSSITER, Treasurer. UQAOIUODS of QRGAIIHGSS BGQAH Wlllh US The Class of '67 began on the long road to graduation at another high school in September, 1963. It may be hard to visualize Neff's seniors as frightened freshmen, but freshmen they were and the surge of high school life was completely new to them, Slowly, qualities of athletic and academic ability began to emerge from these fledg- lings, But theirs were not to be four years of bringing honor to this school for their achievements. In September 1964, William N, Neff High School opened its doors and entrusted the Class of '67 with its future. The task seemed impossible. , .for indeed the building would begin from nothing. To be given a high school like a lump of clay, to mold it meant to be a member of the Class of '67 of Neff High School. TRADITIONS OF GREATNESS BEGAN WITH US. As sophomores, the first thing we did was to elect officers. Lead by Mark Edwards, president, Jill Clarke, vice-president, Bonnie Lorig, secretary, and Penny Streeter, treasurer, we selected our junior rings and planned many activities. Member of the Class of '67 brought back many honors from math and speech tournaments. The drama depart- ment produced "The Night of January 16th" and "The Doctor in Spite of Himself. " The year was filled with the excitement of the Christmas Dance, the Sadie Hawkins Dance, and recreation nights. By the time the sophomore year drew to a close, the foundation had been established, but work was still from ground up. TRADITIONS OF GREATNESS BE GAN WITH US. The junior year showed that the previous year's dedication and hard work had not been in vain. Returning students discovered an engaging novelty. . .grassl Lead by Don Solanas, president, Vickie,Berry, vice-presidentg Sue Parke, secretary, Karen Moeller, treasurer, and Sue Smith, Social Chairman, we chose our seniors sweaters, planned the Spring Formal, and again sponsored many activities on campus. This was the year of Neff's first really big football season, and our initial effort can only be described as unbe- lievable. The Neff Varsity captured the Hacienda League championship and a berth in the C. I, F. playoffs. Kathy Donohue became Neff' first Letterman's Queen. The Drama department presented "Thank You, Doctor" and "Meet a Body. " As in football the varsity basketball team came through for a berth in the C, I. F, playoffs. Many new clubs appeared on campus, and individual students brought honor to Neff through their participation in math and speech tournaments and various testing programs, Todd Lewis won the honor of participation in the state speech tournament at Santa Barbara. The spring formal at Cerritos College climaxed an exciting year, and the fact that we were about to become seniors dawned upon us all. TRADITIONS OF GREATNESS BE GAN WITH US. For many members of the Class of '67, our senior year has been the achievement of a two-year-old goal, the fulfillment of a two-year-old promise. It was though all the doubts and dreams and plans for Neff had solidified into first-class reality. September, 1966 began our reign as seniors. The senior class has proven itself excep- tional in many ways. Class leaders Roy Baumeister, president, Buddy Rumley, vice-president, Mei Trawicki, secretary, Sandy Rossiter, treasurer, and Sue Smith, social chairman guided seniors in the construction of senior square, planning Senior Ditch Day, the All-Night party and many other activities. Our senior year also brought Neff its two first foreign exchange students, Peter Vesti from Demark and Marco Anes from Brazil. Marco particularly added to the excitement and fun of the year. Youth in Government month became a tradition for Neff seniors, with Don Solanas serving as mayor of La Mirada. A prophecy in the 1966 yearbook C'Next year it will be all the way through C. I, F. "J came to pass with Neff High becoming first Hacienda League champ for the second straight year and then going on to win the C, I, F, finals in Division A. Climaxing a year that passed all-too quickly was Senior Ditch Day at Disneyland, the Junior-Senior prom at the Disneyland Hotel, the All-Night party at Beverly Bowl in Montebello, and of course graduation. It has been a long and hard three years. Only a few can be called upon to begin a high school and establish its traditions. A fortunate few. We Trojans in the Class of 1967 will not soon forget our years at Neff High School. These years were well spent in preparing us for the future. Although we now must go our separate ways for life, we will, in a sense stay Luiited forever in the very makeup of this school, for TRADITIONS OF GREATNESS BEGAN WITH US. . p 1 -M.- , gi. ' L 3' ikf, wg ' , ' Q E :V 5 IPQQQQQ. 4' , ' 5 ' " ., f ' Q "?.i,.i!5." - 6 ml ,Q 3 X 'R if . MIKE A DA MS Ambition: Sound Technology Electronics Club '64, Folksinging Club '66, S,E,C. '67: L6ll,9l'1'llCll'S Club '65, '66, '67: Bee Football '66, 'G7: Bee Track '66: Varsity Tcmiis '67, Cee '65g J.V. Wrestling '64, '66 245: . 4? rl S .. -Ia: v 6 we . I GLORIA ARANDA Ambition: Business Major Kalagathians '65: Folksinging Club '65: Senate '67. BONNIE ADKINS Ambition: Interior Decorator Art Club '64: Head Yell Leader '65, Pep Club '65: Assoc. Editor Trojan Shield '66g Sr. Girls' Club, Youth in Government Month, Arts and Culture Comm . IKHKE ALSUP Ambition: Military Service Football '64: Art Club '65, '66, Military Science Color Guard, Team Cap. '65, '66. PHIL ANDERSON Ambition: Engineer Swim Team '64: Senate '66: Art Rifle Club, Pres. '66: Track '65: Varsity Football '66, '67, Bee '65. ""' ' . I all i l MERLIN ALBRIGH 'I' Ambition: Teacher Boys' League Cabinet '64, Folk- singing Club '66g Speech ' N. F.L. '64, Cross Country J. V. '65. '66, '67: J.V. Track '65, '66, Varsity '67: Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67. PAT ALLEN Ambition: Armed Services J. V. Baseball '65, Art Club '66. 'QR ,War ,.. fx 'ffku MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED .... Don Solanas and Cindy Johnson A A T. . , ' "Y , .' A . 1 ' 5 F' , : .5 '. y K iw 'lf' R: l' , lll. i, ,,,,,,, fy . ,Mg f KEVIN ARMSTRONG Ambition: Undecided Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67, Varsity Cross Country '67, J.V. '65, Frosh '64: J. V. Baseball '65, Frosh '64s Cee Football '66, Varsity Golf '66, '67, ROBERT ASPINWALL Ambition: Store Clerk Boys' League. SHARON BAILEY Ambition: Happiness Yell Leader '65, '66, Head '67: A.S.B, Pres. '65g S.E,C. '64, '65, Historian '67: N,F.L. '64: C.S. F. '65, '66, '67, V. P. '67: F. T.A. '65, '66, '67: Folksing- ing Club '65, '66g Pep Club '64, '65, '66, '67, G,A,A, Sec. '653 Sr. Girls' Club, Youth in Govern- ment Participant, P1-incipal's Honor Roll '64, '65, '66, '67. VERA ALL EN Ambition: Artist Kalagathians '65, '66, '67g Art Club '66, '675 F.B.L.A. '66, '679 Sr. Girls' Club '67. ml aft i L- ivy' LARRY BAKER Ambition: Writer Lettermen's Club '65, '66g Boys' League Cabinet '66: Bee Football '66, '67, Cee '65, Track '66, '67: Bee Basketball '65: Honor Roll '66: Newspaper Staff '65, '66, '67g Youth in Government Month, Lamplighter Editor. - ... 6 . 1 T 6 ff 6 N i X X RAYMOND C. BARTLETT ROY BAUMEISTER SETH W. BEEDLE BOB BERKLITE Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Air Force Career Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Success Varsity Baseball '65, '67, Varsity Football '66, Bee '64, '67, Art Club '64, '65, Lettermen's Bee Basketball '66, CSS 'G53 Varsity Football '66, '67, Bee '65, Lettermen's Club '66, '67. Bee Track 'Gllg J. V. Baseball '67, Club '66, '6Tg Varsity Football Sr. Class President, Lettermen's Manager '65, '66, '67, Varsity Club '65, '66, '67, Basketball Manager 'GGQ Varsity Golf '66, '67. Staff '65, '66, '67, Troiani Puellae ff ' '65, '66, Vice Pres. '67g Pep Club 7' '67, LAURA BERNAL Ambition: Buyer Art Club '65. DAVE BERNOUDY Ambition: Thermo Physicist L Varsity Wrestling '66, '67, Varsity Tennis '65, '67g Lettermen's Club ' '65, '66, '67g Senate '65g School Photographer '66 '67: Troiani Staff '67, Youth in Government Month, Historical Com- mittee. MQ NEFF HIGHSCHO L ,Q ffl' FP J DMEMMMMNWEMM WD: BERR Y NEFF vs p ap mli'Dl'lLAlllD Illliitlfflif ,, FRIDAY DECEMBER 9' BUD CERRITUS CDLLEGE STADIUM it THE CROVVNING ACHIEVEMENT mfg, l 5 . . . 1 ,Q . f. 'f " " 1 f We . i 7 ,gf 7 Wei' J . D f ' Q? f"" f Qi 'f JOHN BICE JIM BIRD TONI BOEHM BARBARA BOLING Ambition: Undecided Ambition, Undecidgd Ambition: Airline Hostess Ambition: Beauty Operator Cee Football: Cee Wrestling: Art Varsity Basketball '65, '66, '67. G-AJS. '675 Drill Team '65, Th0SPi21nS '65, '67: K21lLlgl1!hi2lnS Club '65, '66. F. B.L.A. '66, '67, Campus Hostess '66, Sr. Girls' Clubg S. E. C. '64. '66g Sr. Girls' Club VICKIE BERRY Ambition: Peace Corps Flag Twirler '65, '66, '67: Kalagathians '65g C.S. F. '659 G.A.A. V. P. '655 Pep Club '65, '66, '67, Folksinging Club '65g Troiani Puellae '66g Jr. Class Vice President, Troiani Staff '66, '67, Q-t"fi'A , . ,,, , , ' 6.1 -an .5 .2 5 N i S - 6 ly. 5 1 BOB BORNEXXIANN Ambition: Attend College S. E. C. '67, Band '64, '65, 'G7g Boys' League Rep. '65, Cross Country '65g J. V. Baseball '65, Golf '65, Seoul American H.S. , Seoul, Korea '66: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Golf . 23 ,, wr- " 1' , A .Q V, in I X N" . is LARRY R. BOSWORTH JOHN BOYER TYRONE BORELLI Ambition: World Uniter Senate '65: Varsity Track '66, '67. BILL BROWN Ambition: Undecided Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67: Boys' League V.P. '67: J.V. Basket- ball '66, Varsity Foot- ball '66, '67glBee '65. JUDITH ANN BROWN Ambition: Physio- therapist Girls' League Treas. '65: Girls' League Pub- licity Dir. '66, Pep Club '65, '66, '67, Honor Roll '64, '66, Newspaper Staff '65, G.A.A. '65i Sr. Girls' Club: Flag Twirler '65, '66, '67. Ambition: Undecided Track '64, '65, '66, '67, Bee Foot- ball '66g Lettermen's Club '65, 'G6. Ambition: College J.V. Tennis '65: Band '65, '663 Drum Major 'G75 Dance Band '67: Honor Band '66, Trojan Shield Photographer '67: Honor 'nz-'1""' 3 . Xi I '13 U , , Q 'F x N Roll '64, '65, '66, '67g Drama '65. BOB BROWN Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '66, '67, Bee '65, Frosh '64: Varsity Baseball '66, Bee '65, Frosh '64, Lettermen's Club '66, 'S7. CARON BUCHAN Ambition: Model Pep Club '64: Folksinging Club '64, Campus Hostess '65, '66, 'G7: Modern Dance '66, '67: Steering Comm. '65g Foreign Language Club '67: Sr. Girls' Club f r ,K K -77' 7 ,ff ... wjq y 1: , ' Ns" A T i. ' X 'X SUSAN BUCKRIDGE DAVID BURBECK Ambition: Dental Hygienist Honor Roll '64, '65, Newspaper Staff '65g Pep Club '65, '66, Girls' League Cabinet '65, Song Leader '65, '66: Trojettes, Pres. '65: Senate '66: Sr. Girls' Club. Ambition: Drafting Engineer Varsity Wrestling '66, Art Club: Senate. s AL ETHA BRA C E Ambition: Undecided F. T.A. '65, '66, G.A.A. '65g Folksinging Club '65, Trojettes was: Pep Club '65, '66, s.E.c. 'GG. ,,,, I ...S 11:9 Y CHARLYN BRIGHTUP Ambition: College Folksinging Club '64, '65, Drill Team '65, '66: Pep Club '65, '66, Kalagathians '65, '66, '67: Chorus '64, '66: Sr. Girls' Club. p-. MOST INTELLECTUAL .... Todd Lewis and Sue Parke BEN BURGSTEINER Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. l BRENDA BURKLIN Ambition: X-Ray Technician C.S.F. '64: Trojettes '65: News paper Staff '65: Pep Club '66: Sr Girls' Club. A' "rt f JOANNE CALDIQRONE JIM CARRIGAN DENNIS CARTER Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Government Hunter Ambition: Veterinarian Girls' League. Boys' League. Dance Band '64, Band, Drum L 1 yr., I 4 Q... MOST SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL .... Richard Siemer and Linda Ulrich JILAYNE CLARK Ambition: Lawyer Speech '64, '65, '66, '67, Drama '64, '65, '66, '67, N. F. L. '64, Pres. '65, Sec. '66,'67, Thespians '64, '65, '66, '67, V. P. Sophomore Class, Senate '64, '65, Foreign Language Club Sec. '67, Folksinging Club '64, '65, Pep Club '64, '65, S.E.C. '65, '67, Trojettes '65, F.T.A. '67, Sr. Girls' Club. Af' DOUG CLAUDE Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. Major '65, '66, Senate, Varsity Football '67. JOHN M. CLARK RICHARD CARTER Ambition: College Cal Cadets '64, Trojan Shield Staff '65, Math and Science Club '66, '67, Photography '66, '67: Troiani Staff '67, F. T.A. '67, Youth in Government Month, Planning Commission. Ambition: Music Teacher i Drama Club '64, '65, '66, '67, Art Club, Sec. '66. LUANA CHAMBERS Ambition: Undecided S.E. C. '64, '65, '66, '67, Pep Club '65, '66, '67, Trojettes '65, Majorette '66, '67, Troiani Staff '66, '67, F.T.A. '65, '66, '67, Trojan Shield Staff '66, Sr. Girls' Club. F KATHY CHARLTON ff Ambition: College Speech '64, S.E.C. '64, '65, '66, '67, Drill Team '67, Science Club '66, Pep Club '64, '65: Ifolksinging Club '64, '65, '66, Trojan Shield Staff '65, Sr. Girls' Club, .4 .X X 2 K A , MIKE CHAVEZ Ambition: Christian Education Director J.V. Football '65, Cee '64, Varsity Track '67, Bee '65, Cee '64, Varsity Cross Country '67, Lettermen's Club D , .4 . R.IClIARD CLINE Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. '65, Pres. '66, '679 7 Senate 66, Folksinging Club '66, Speech '64, Youth in Government Month, Youth Activi- ties Commitee. fr--wa. .. RAY CORNELL Ambition: To own my own business Senate '65, Baseball '66, '67. v Mx ' A 4 TIM COURSON Ambition: Engineer J.V. Cross Country '65, '66, Frosh '64, Varsity Track '66, '67, Bee '65, Lettermen's Club '66, '67, Folksinging Club '66, Youth in Government Month, Commissioner. 25 '65, '66, C,S,F, '66, Sec. ment Participant: Trojan Shield W n kk i is ' , it Q-. og-M , l W. ana... - ...w ifg, , ' ., -.. Jff ,,g , m,,,.,.: .. we i I a 1 o .f a 42 f- 5' 'a -- 'hy-:a...,,,g: - M. . X . .. .af - SHERYL DALVEN Ambition: Teacher Philosoph Club '64- American Y . Heritage Club '64: C.S. F. '64, '65g S.E.C. '64,'65, V. P. '66,'67, Troiani Staff '65, Editor '66, '67, Folksinging Club '64, '65, 'seg F.T.A. '65, V.P. '66, Sec. '675 Pep Club '64, '66, '67: Senate '66, Sr. Girls' Club, Youth in Govern- SANDY DALZELL Ambition: Physical Therapist G.A.A. '64, '65, Pres. '66,'67: Flag Twirler '65, '66: Steering Committee '65g Girls' League Rep. '65, '66, Pep Club '64, '65, '66, '67: Folksinging Club '65, '66 Youth in Government Month, Re- creation Comm. DAVID DERMER Ambition: Undecided MARY ANNE DOMEN Ambition: Nurse Thespians '66, '67: Choir '64, '65, 'GG: Pep Club '64, '65, '66, '67, Latin Club '64, '65, '66, C '67 Sr. Girls' Club. '65. Boys' League L. 'G7:s.E. . 4 ,ff ' ,eye J' as 'w . ' x ' Q, Q., at f . in i 'ls K S. Q W' 5 " 4 5 l 'kv 'U' 2 Q " t. x ,. of KATHI DONOHUE Ambition: Dental Assistant F,B.L.A. '66, '67g Pep Club '66, '67: Senate '67: Lettermen's Queen '66g Song Lender '66, '67: Girls' League Vice President '67: Sr. Girls' Club. Z-"2 RICHARD DE FINA Ambition: Civil Engineer Varsity Track '67, Bee '65, '66, School Photographer '66: Troiani Staff Photographer '67. f BETTY DEITSCH Ambition: Nurse G.A.A. '64, Sec. '65:Ka1agathians '65: Girls' League President '67, Jr. Rep. '66g F.B.L.A. Treas. '66: Senate '66, '67, Flag Twirler '66, '67: Sr. Girls' Club. I .gl MEL DESSELLE iz., Ambition: Undecided Q' K Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67: " 4 M 'K' 55 varsity Football '66,'67, J. V. '65: ' Varsity Baseball '66, '67, 1. STE VE DORECK Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '67: Varsity 'S Q : . ' . ki ' 5 .,....A A -I TIM DORECK Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. DENISE DONNE LLY Ambition: College Speech '64g C.S. F. '65: Honor Roll '65, '66g Newspaper Staff '65: Trojan Mascot '66: Senate '67: Steering Committee '66: Sr. Girls' Club. 6 v x A ,Mr og-.H i , it if ' 3 DENNIS DY ER Ambition: Dentist Bee Track '65: Varsity Football Wrestling '66, '67: Lettermen's Club: '66, '67: Lettermen's Club '66, '67, Youth in Government Month, Vice Mayor. i ,N JOE DEN'N Y Ambition: Undecided Varsity Track '67, '66, J. V. ' Fresh '64: Varsity Cross Country I I 66, J. V. 65. VFW . lla? GREG D ZIUK Ambition: Broker Varsity Track '65 . f . if ,. .lr ,ha-A4 ,4 5 if 2 6 . --1 RON EDDY SANDY EDDY Ambition: Barber Ambition: Legal Secretary Boys' League. F.B.L.A. Pres. '65, '66, '67g Troiani Puellae '65, '66, Treas. '67g Sr. Girls' Club, Pep Club '6'7. PAM ESTRADA Ambition: Undecided Kalagathians '65, '66, '67g Troiani Staff '65, '66, '67g Majorette '66, '67g Pep Club '67g Sr. Girls' Club. DIANN E FIFER Ambition: Steno-typist Pep Club '65g S.E.C. '65. CllERYL EDWARDS Ambition: Medical Field Honor Roll '6-lg Kalagathians '66, '67, Sr. Girls' Club. JOHN EGINTON Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. ' ""l.,i:iT , w fr z fs lz, V , l LEONARD ESSMAN Ambition: Political Science Band '64g Varsity Baseball '67, J.V. '66, Frosh '6-ig Varsity Football '65, '66g Cross Country '6-lg Letterlnen's Club '65, '66, '67g S.E. C. '64, '66g Youth in Govern- ment Month, Planning Comm. f f" . .4 TERRI FERGUSON 'f, Ambition: Interior 6 Decorator q ,pf Girls' Concert Glee '64 K f Folksinging Club '65g gp! i' Pep Club '65g Art Club ""' W V '66g Kalagathians '65, ' '66, Pres. '67, Girls' ,IW Jw .f W ' Q' ' ., ' 4 , Lp, 7 --.5 a 1 u " M -A - v - . 1 4 , L ., Y ,sg x' 2 . X f N JIM FOLWELL LINDA FONTENOT Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Legal Secretary Boys' League. F.B. L.A. '65, '66, '67, Tro'ettes J '66, '67g French Club '6-ig Sr. Girls' Club. PAM GAI'l'l-IER Ambition: Housewife Campus Hostess '66g G.A.A. '67g Sr . Girls' Club. i SALLY GALVAN Ambition: Legal Secretary Foreign Language Club '67. ai R League Cabinet '67g Sr. Girls' Club. KAREN FLORIAN Ambition: Dental Technician Song Leader '66g Letter- men's Princess '66g Trojan Shield Staff '675 Senate '67, X, X l RICHARD GARDNER Ambition: To be happy. Boys' League. 27 SUSAN GARDNER Ambition: Interpreter for the Government. Pep Club '64, '67, s.E.C. '64, '66, Sec. '67, Trojan Shield '65, Troiani Staff '65, G.A.A. '65, N. F.L. '65, '66, '67, F,T.A. '66, '67, Drill Team Head '65, '66, Senate '66, C.S. F. '65, '66, '67, Principal's Honor Roll '67, Sr. Girls' Club. LYNNE GARFIELD Ambition: Interior Decorator Steering Committee '64-67, Newspaper Staff '65, Campus Hostess '66, Pres. '67, Girls' League Secretary '66, Cabinet '67, Troiani Staff '67, Pep Club '67, Lettermen's Princess '67. KATHY GELDIA N Ambition: Cashier 6 Y. is U. . . V 5 .. ez " ' . .K 41 , 7 , ,x 1 'T ,QQ A' 1. i , L TERRY GIBBONS Ambition: Lawyer 1 " L l .A g K BRIAN GILES Ambition: Business Trojettes '64, '65, Kalagathians Varsity Football '66, '67, Bee Tennis '64, Wrestling '65 '65, '66, '67, G.A,A. '65, '66, '65, '64, Varsity Track '66, '67, Photographer '65, Troian Sr. Girls' Club. Bce '64, '65, Varsity Wrestling '67. '66, '67, Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67, Boys' League Officer 6 TIM GoMEs ' , 7 Ambition: Doctor in it ' the Air Force "', I Speech '64, Band '64, , . Civ '65, '66, '675 Track 'sm I TRUDY GRAFFICE Y Ambition: Psychiatry Girls' League 762' .- " f- ' Y f . 3 'i 5 fff'-.--.,. ti le. .W ' GILBERT GRACE gf, if h Ambition: Machinist , .. 'rf V I ,, ' , ' ' Boys' League V4 Q , if W' I V E. ,'0'i":' Q ' 5 -X iBf"?Qf'S 1 I , ' ,gf nf ,. I .fs , ,, . ' . ,ff, ' -U f h ' if N ., . fi V ' A ' sw ., BOB GUNDREY Ambition: Biologist Speech '64, '65, J.V. Track, '66 '67, J. V. Cross Country '66, '67 Troiani Staff '66, '67, Steering Committee '66, '67, Senate '67, S. E. C. '67, S. B. Sergeant-an Arms '67, Youth in Government Month, Committee Chairman. SUSAN ILARDING Ambition: To sail around the world. S. E. C. '64, Pep Club '65, '66, '67, Speech '65, '66, '67, Senate '65, '66, Girls' League V. P. '66, Rep. '65, Kalagathians, Pres. '65, '66, '67. TERRY HAR PE R Ambition: Professional Traveler Varsity Football '67, J.V. '65, '66, Varsity Track '67, Cee '65, '66, Cee '64, Senate '64, '65, Steering Committee '66, '67, Lettermcn's Club '65, '66, '67, Boys' League Pres. '65, Youth in Government Month, Planning Commission. '67, i Staff X 1 P I un 1, xt s., 5 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT. . . D'Arcy Rigby and Barbara Kolden ,lr CINDY IIATHAWAY Ambition: Legal Secretary Kalagathians Publicity Chairman '65, '66, '67, F.B. L.A. '66, '67, Pep Club '65, Sr. Girls' Club. , X f fl RANDY HENDERSON Ambition: Law Class Social Chairman '64, Philosophy Club '64, S. E. C. '64, Pres. '65, '67, N. F. L, '64, '65, V. P. '66, Pres. '67, Steer- ing Committee '64, C. S, F. '65, '66, '67, Thespians '66, '67, Speech '64, '65, '66, '67, Troinni Staff '66, Editor '67, Trojan Shield Staff '65, Drama '64, '65, '66, '67, Inter- national Languago Club '67, Youth in Government Month, City Attorney. r , fy' -. GILBERT HERRERA Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '66, Bee '65: J. V. Baseball '66. RAY HERRERA 1 X ,-f' K MARCIA HEYNE Ambition: Police Officer Ambition: Undecided Drama '66. F.T.A., v.P. '65,'66,'675Drill Team '66: s.E.c. '65, '66, '67: Pep Club '65, '66, '67g Folksing- ing Club '65, 'GGQ Sr. Girls' Club. STE VE I-IICKMAN Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. .f , KEN HOBGOOD Ambition: Veterinarian Cee Football '65 . , ERIC HOFFLUND ty Ambition: Forest ' 7 Ranger ' Military Science '64 V '65, '66, '67: Arr Club CLAY HOGAN . '66- Ambition: Machinist M' Viiffigi "f A i,,v"' ' H ' Cross Country '65: C.S.F. '65: :' Honor Roll '65. . Wafxxk 5' . L ' Q' , ' DANNY HOFFMEISTER AA A ..: . F V ,, ' , ffl Ambition Interior I 'iffy ' 9 ' A ' Decorator 'A V, , ' Rv. 'L' " ' Q g Art Club '64, '65, '66 it Pres. '67, s.E.c. .H ,, ' '65, '66, '6'7: Senate '64 BEST PERSONALITY. . . . Kathy DOIl0h11e and 4 11 Steve J Ohnson . , , J.. fx H3 NW, . Q' g A v - Q 6 my . gy. ff' i i s 6 6-f r ',-f ' 'life 3 7 ' A 'L ,v . ' g I ' PAT HOLBROOK BUTCH HOLST TOM HOOPER GLORIA HOOVER CRAIG HOVER Ambition: Major in Sacred Ambition: Architect Ambition: Oceanography Ambition: Social Worker Ambition: Commercial Pilot Music Folksinging Club '64: Kalaga- thians '66, '67: Pep Club '6'l: Drill Team '65, 'GGQ F.T,A. '67, International Language Club '67: Sr. Girls' Club: Flag Twirler 'G7. Boys' League. Band '64, '65, '66, '67g Folksing- ing Club '65, '66, Cross Country '65, '66: Basketball '65: Varsity Track '65, '665 S.E.C. '66, '675 Honor Roll '66, Pep club '64, '65, '66, v.P. '67g C. S. F. '64, '65, '66g Drill Team '65: Principal's Honor Roll '66: S. E. C. '66, Steering Committee '66: Assoc. Editor Trojan Shield '67: Reporter '66: Yell Leader '67, Varsity Football '67, Bee '66, Cee '65: Honor Roll '65, '66, '67: C.S. F. '66: Trojan Shield Staff '65. i. .af-n f? ' fi x " 1 V. . I1 . I K ? . 'v . '. W' 'F I nga, 1 fi . i , ' " 1. , T i . " 1. 3 . J - , 'cf f . , A ' f ' is f iv I DAVE HOVLAND STEVE HULL DIANE HUMENIUK JAMES J. JACKSON RICHARD JACOBIAN Ambition: Architect Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Undecided Ambition: Certified Public Accountant Boys' League. Boys' League. G.A.A. '64, '65, '66, '67: F.B.L.A. Varsity Track '66, Cee '65: Bee Baseball '64: Varsity Track '67 '67: Trojan Shield Staff '66: Drama Football '66: Varsity Wrestling '65. '66g Folksinging Club '66, 'Y ' H -"f STEVE JOHNSON U I K A Ambition: Law Enforcement PETE JENKINS 4" Q Varsity Football '66, '67g Bee '65, Ambition! Ulldedded 1' Cee '64: Varsity Track '66: Varsity ' K 'Nm .3 Wrestling '67g Youth in Government CSG Football T Month Participant: Boys' League ' I N K - Representative '66: Senior Class .1 9' i ki Steering Committee: Senate '66. X jf - . Wa, I , K ' - swf s tiff' wi CINDY JOHNSON Ambition: Teacher " A Q Drill Team '66, c.s.F.: .J '... ' Q E SUSAN JOHNSON principals Honor Rong ,M Q .I . Ambition: Homemaker roiksmging '663 s.E.c, , '65, '66g Trojan Shield - G'A'A' 64' '65: Youth in Govern- ment Participant. J , 6 - rf 6 . ' --- " , 4 -fr., , k " . f, If, fl, ff-s ffm w ,fl - A if .i ' ' 4- ,QA -...it '44 . v i 6 ,fa .ff T , 7 " H 141 qi, ' 1' W ' f 1 N" A '-" I . Zi! JOHN W. JONES DAVE KEATON JOAN KENNY JOHN KITT JOHN KNEIFL Ambition: Machinist Boys' League. 30 Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '67, J.V. '65: Varsity Basketball '66, '67, J. V. '65, Bee '64, Varsity Baseball '66,'67, J.V. '65, rrosh '64g Steering Committee '64, '65: Senate '65g Boys' League Officer '66g Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67. Ambition: Journalist Flag Twirler '65, 'SGQ Pep Club '65, '66, '67: S.B. Pep Com- missioner '67: Senate '64, '66g Thespians Pres. '66, V. P. '679 Trojan Shield '65g C.S.F. '66, '67g P1-incipal's Honor Roll '66, '67g S.E.C. 'G7q G.A.A. '645 Sr. Girls' Club. Ambition: College N. F. L. '64. Ambition: Undecided Varsity Baseball '66, '67, Bee '65g Varsity Wrestling '66g Varsity Football '67. STEVE KNIGHT Ambition: P.E. Teacher Varsity Football '65, '66, '67, J. V. '64g Varsity Basketball '65, '66, '67, J.V. '64: Varsity Baseball '66, '67, J.V. '65, Frosh '64, Senate '64, 'GSS Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67g Track '67, 1. ft"i?1r6, 4 1 f A' q i 7' - , ' ' ffm "" ' ' '5?'1 , Q. . 5 BARBARA KOLDEN MIKE KOTOFF Ambition: Teacher Ambition: Undecided F.B.L.A. '66, '67g Pep Club '66, Varsity Football '65, '66, '67g '67, Yell Leader '66, '67, Senior Varsity Track '65s Cee Foot- Girls' Steering Committee: Letter- ball '64, men's Princess '66, '67. BONNIE LORIG Ambition: Medical Technologist TODD LEWIS Ambition: Speech Teacher N.1-xl., '64,'65, Pres. '66,'li7: scum 'u-1, '05, '06, 'avg c.s,1-'. 'ns-1, 'rl-ans. '65, V.P. was, Pres. 'sm In-mipaie llonur llull 'iz-x, '05, wus, 'im 'rroiam scan Hrlitor 'I35,'iS7: Sindunt Body Pruslrlunt -may .r,v, Cross Country was: vnrf sily 'Tennis 'Ub,'GT, J.V. 'li5. ll1:!h'rliwli'5 Club 'lS6. 'KiT1Steer- ing Comnniltuc '66, 'G7: Trojan Shivltl livpuricr '65, 'bT: Math Klub 'img Youih in Governmcnv. Month, Coixncllniiin. 'f ,i ffl A , HOWARD LIVINGSTON Ambition: Dental Technician Bee Football '65, Cee '64g J.V. Baseball '64g J.V. Track '65. DAVID MAC CORMACK Ambition: Marine A'Cappella Choir '64g Class Sec- retary '65, Folksinging Club '65, Song Leader '65, '6Gg Girls' League President '66g Pep Club '66, 'G7g F.T.A. '67: Sr. Girls' Club: G.A.A. '66, 'G7. SHARON LYONS , Ambition: Medical Secretary . . Kalagathinns '65, '66g C.S. F. 'GG '67: F.B.L.A., V.P. '66, Pres. Q '67g Sr. Girls' Club '67. a,,,,-,F 6 , X BARBARA MASE M Ambition: Artist Song Leader '65, '66, '67: Girl League Cabinet '67: Pep Club '65, '66, '67g Student Exchange Club '66. xi 1 'J I I VG, . wif., , g,. . ' Ari- 1' V- pq, . at VV 5, V,,, X 4 DAVE MAYO DON MC CONNELL Ambition: Biologist Ambition: Civil Engineer s' Senate '66. Varsit Basketball '67 J V y , . . 'G6: Varsity Baseball '66, '67, J.V. '65: Lettcrmen's Club '66, '67. , !Nx. I n i , . L 4 x 1 W! 6? S - ' i ,IA V vi , Qxiif t ' ' LINDA Mc FADDEN Ambition: Teacher Pep Club '65, '66, Sec. 'G7g F.T.A. , Pres. '66, '67g Drill Team '65g Editor of Trojnn Shield '65: Pep Commissioner '65g Steering Committee '66g Head Yell Leader '6Gg Song Leader '67. Biologist Senate '64. JI M MARTIN Ambition: Forestry J. V. Basketball '67, '66 Cee '65g Varsity Track '67, Bee '66, Cee 'GSQ Lettermen's Club '66, '67. k - 6 , 29' 7 .25 I WALTER MC GI-IEE Ambition: Pharmacist Band '64, '65, '66, '67, Honor Band '65, '66g Steering Com- mittee '655 Troiani Stiff '65, '66. LIZ MC LUCAS Ambition: Model Pep Club '64, '65, S. E.C. '64, '65, Kalagathians '66, '67, Thespians '65, '66, '67, Modern Dance '65, '66, '67, Sr. Girls' Club, Youth GEORGE MEDLIN Ambition: Machinist Boys' League. in Government, Historical Com- mittee. PEGGY MOLCHAN Ambition: Beautician Girls' League DEBBIE MORTON Ambition: Secretary G.A.A. 'GLM Campus Hostess '65, '66, F,B, L.A, '65, '66, '67, Drill Team '65, Sr. Girls' Club. 'FS-V' J UDI NEIGER Ambition: Beautician F.B.L.A. '65, '66: G.A.A. '64, '65, '66, Pep Club '64, 32 , 2 K Q Q JACK MEINEN -Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '67, Varsity Basketball '65, '66, '67, Varsity Baseball '65, '66,' 67, Varsity Track '66, '67, Letter- men's Club '64, '65, '66, '67, Boys' League Officer '66s Steering Committee '67. LARRY MULLEN Ambition: Undecided Bee Football '65. i DEAN MERSKY KAREN MOE LL ER Ambition: Journalistic staff Ambition: Legal Secretary Photographer Varsity Football '65, '66, '67, Pep Club '64, '65, '66, '67, S. L C Cee '64, Gymnastics '64, Varsity '64, '65, '66, '67, F. B. L,A. p Baseball '67, Lettermen's Club '64, S.E.C. '66, '67, Class Treas '66, '67, Senate '67. " - ' ' ' 1856 Q4 wif' v Q n 4 0, 66, Drill Team '66, Sr. Girls' Club, S.B. Treasurer '67, Honor Roll, Folksinging Club President '65. xy ,H v LENORA NEIGER Ambition: Secretary G.A.A. '67, Sr. Girls' Club. MICHELE NELSON Ambition: Business Field F.B. L.A. '66, '67, S,E.C. '65 '66, Drill Team '65, '66, '67, Folksinging Club '65, '66, Sr. Girls' Club: Pep Club '65, '67, Trojettes '66. BEST DRESSED .... Dick Stephens and Barbara Maseln V ,, . 1 ,fL'+"'Z' 'K li MICHAEL NIGGLI Ambition: Engineer Varsity Basketball '65, '66, '67 Frosh '64, Student Council, Class V. P. '65. AGI' ' " , m - - 'g . ' 7 'fu x X 1 qv... . fl ' Hsu ' MIKE NORRED Ambition: Criminal Investigator Varsity Basketball '65, '66, '67, Bee '64, Varsity Baseball '65, '66, '67, J. V. '64, J.V. Football '65, Lettermen's Club. i DON ODENHEIMEH Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. PAT O'DONNELL Ambition: Technical Steel Mill Worker Football '66, Wrestling '66, Riflery icsgec. UF!!! .jf Ei S C 1.-..l.-ui BEST ATHLETE .... Jack Meinen and Sandy Dalzell KENNETH QUIGLEY Ambition: U.S. Navy Officer Cross Country '65, '66, '67, Let'termen's Club '65, '66, '67, Track '65, '66, '67, Steering Comm. '66, '67, Folksinging '66, C.S. F. '66, Honor Roll '64, '65, '66, '67, Basketball Stat. '65, '66, Youth in Government Month, City Engineer. ,,.,-H' BONNEY RANEY Ambition: Legal Secretary Pep Club '64, '65, F.B.L.A. '65, '66, '67, Steering Comm. '65, Troiani Puellac '65, Kalagathians '66, '67, Folksing- ing Club '65, Drill Team Manager '65, Sr. Girls' Club, Youth in Government, Planning Commission. STE VE PAGE Ambition: Undecided Baseball '64, Cross Country ' '66, '67. RAY POOLER Ambition: L.A. Fire Dept. Cal Cadets, Rifle Team '64, '65, '66, '67S Track '67. 4 SUE PARKE YSMAEL PARRA Ambition: Interpreter Ambition: Success CIIOYUS '64, '65S PGP Club 'G4. Steering Committee '64, '65, Drill Team '65, '66, Folk- singing Club '65, '66, Science Club '66, Trojan Shield '66, Class Secretary '66, S. E.C. '65, '66, '67, S. B. Secretary '67, Troiani Staff 'GGL C.S.F '65, '66, '67, Youth in Govern- ment, Youth Activities, Senate '65, International Club '67, Sr. Girls' Club. DENICE PFEIFFER Ambition: Nurse G.A.A. '64, '65, '65, '67, Senate '65, Campus Hostess '66s F.B. L.A. '66, '67, Sr. Girls' Club. H ff-M. ,Q--at i K JIM POOL Ambition: Teacher i -- I ' 1 ' Z' ' ff' - 'F Varsity Cross Country . 'ft . 5 , - . , f 'G6,'67, J,V. '65, 7' V Hi J Varsity Track '66,'67, a TQ. 5' I ig," - Bee '65, Cee '64, Cee A , Basketball '65, Letter- men's Club, Reporter Trojan Shield. 4 , ,i ,N M V I , . ,Q FQM 1 . fr- 95" ,4- . HENRY RANIERI JEANNIE REEVES TOM RIDGWAY Ambition: Pro Football Ambition: Stewardess Ambition: Tourist Varsity Football '66, '67, Bee Trojan Shield Staff '67, Campus Cal Cadets '64, '65, '66, '67, '64, '65. Hostess '67. Senate '66, F. T.A. '65, Boys' League. D'ARCY RIG-BY Ambition: Law Enforcement Boys' League President '66, '67, Senate '66, '67, Varsity Football '2 E a I 'il x M3 ,-ff, ' , i 1 , . DAVE RILEY Ambition: Criminology Varsity Football '66, '67, Cee '64, '65, Varsity Wrestling '66, '66, '67 J.V '65, Varsi Track '67, Lettermen's Club '65, '66, , . fy '66, Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67, Student Council '66, '67, Youth in Government Month, Police Chief. '67, Steering Committee '65, '67. in R X, ARDYTH ROBERTS Ambition: Undecided Steering Committee '64, Modes and Manners '65. CARLOS RODRIQUEZ Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. YOLANDA RODRIQUEZ Ambition: Undecided Trojan Shield Staff '66, '67, Drill Team '67, Sr. Girls' Club, Youth in Government Participant. ,w x- LINDA ROE PKE f Ambition: Air Line Hostess G.A. A. '65, Kaiaga- " thians '65, '66, F.B.L.A. Y' 5 '65, 'seg sr. cms' Club. ' i .M 4? --' ' .7 . . .A. 65, 66, 7' .B. i. . -nu' '66 '67, Kalagathians 66, '67, Sr Girls' Club ROSA ROMERO Ambition: Private Secretary GAIL ROSE Ambition: Hair Stylist Chorus '65, '66, '67. , 'V Q i E 5 9 6 'W 5 r 4 F i 1 , . is SANDY ROSSITER Ambition: Interior Decorator Pep Club '64, '65, Pres. '66, '67, Class Treasurer '67, G.A.A. '65, Rep. '66, '67, Senate '65: r01ksingmg'64, s.E.c. '64, '65, '66, C.S. F. '64. 34 . 0 i r Boys' League f ,.- .ff TV are 6 ' A 6 i ' I ,f , w .H 1 , A 'i -..' I 3. v 'f 'Q 4 1 RUTH RUARK BUDDY RUMLEY Ambition: Teacher Ambition: Electrical Engineer S.E.C. '65, Treas. '66, Dir. of Varsity Football '66, '67, Class Activities '67, Follcsinging '65, Vice President '67, Lettermen's '66, Kalagathians '66, '67, Thes- Club. pians '67, Photographer '67, G.A.A. '65, '66, '67. JIM ROSENCRA NS Ambition: Mechanic SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE Dave Barbara Kolden, Jack Meinen, Steve Dave Riley, Advisor: Mr. Bannister JOE RUSSO Ambition: Undecided Varsity Football '65, '66, '67, Frosh '64, Varsity Baseball '65, '66, Frosh '64, Varsity Wrestling '66, '67, Lettermen's Club. , il l ' '3 . a : : Qi DAVID SCULLY Ambition: Car Salesman Varsity Cross Country '66, Varsity Track '66, '67, Bee '65, Cee '64. GAYLE SHANNON Ambition: Spanish Teacher Kalagathians '66, V. P. '67, Sr. Girls' Club. SUE Sl-IOCKEY Ambition: Beautician Art Club '66, Senate '66, Sr. Steering Committee, Trojan Shield Staff '67, Campus Hostess '67, Pep Club 67. X 'fb' ' It Q , .L , ' 4 tl 5 M-' 5 f ,A 11 el' il t, wk' " ,' RICHARD SIEMER PA M SMITH Ambition: Lawyer Ambition: Secretarial Work Basketball '64, '65, '66, Varsity Kalagathians '66, '67, F.B. L.A. '67, Cross Country '65, Varsity '66, '67, Steering Committee '66, Tennis '66, '67, Senate '65, '66, S.B. Sergeant-at-Arms '66, S.B. Vice President '67, Steering Committee '65, '66, '67, Trojan Shield Editor '66, Reporter '67, S.E.C. '67, International Club '67, Youth in Government Month, Assistant City Administrator. Bernoudy, Steve Willer, Bill Quigley, S Y 6-K- 1 DON SOLANAS Ambition: Petroleum Engineer C.S. F. '65, '66, '67, Trojan Shield Co-Editor '65, Staff '66, '67, Varsity Statistician '65, '66, '67, Steering Committee '65, Junior Class President, Math Club Pres. '66, '67, Letterman's Club '65, '66, '67s Stu- dent Body President '67, Cerritos College Youth Commission Rep, '66, Chairman '67, SCIEC Award '66, '67, Youth in Government Month, Mayor, IPA '65, '66 , '67, STE VE S PIE GL Ambition: Lawyer S.B. Treasurer '65, C.S.F. '65, Band '64, '65, '66, Varsity Football '65, '66, '67, Cee '64, Lettermen's Johnson, Lynne Garfield, Terry Harper, K is ., .,Vi . Q hpkzh L. Q ' -qi DICK STEPHENS Ambition: Business Administrator Lettermen's Club '65, '66, Pres. '67, Varsity Basketball '66, '67, J.V. '65, Dee '64, Varsity Foot- ball '67, Bee '66, Cee '65, Var- sity Track '66, '67, J.V. 'G5. Speech '67, Tennis '65, N BEVERLY STONE Ambition: College G.A.A. '65, '66, '67, Troiani Puellae '65, S. E.C. '65, '67, C.S.F. '66, Pep Club '6'7,S1'. Girls' Club, Youth in Govern- ment, Public Safety Committee. Club '65, '66, '67, N. F. L. '67i '6e. SUE SMITH Ambition, Elementary School Teacher Pep Club '64, '65, '66, Girls' League See. '65, Folksinging Club '65, Troiani Staff '65, Editor '66, '67, Class Social Chairman '66, '67, S. E.C. '66, '67, Flag Twirler '66, '67, Sr. Girls' Club. 5 DARYVIN SOUTHARD ff 1 "' I ,,, , ,,,., , Ambition: Accountant . L X ' X 1 l' W Bee Football '65, IM B Lettermen's Club 'a5. ' M .V f frli ilj W , 1 BOB STARK , D jg Ambition: sum, Pilot . 1 I ,, ' . , fi J. V. Wrestling '64, '65, ' ' ,. X Technical Arts Club N, E " '64, Dance Band '64, '65. I 'f ' f 9 i 4 i Q. K A. ,A ,C ,, f In s LEE STROM Ambition: Dentist Senate '66. ,Car .. , 1,65 if 5 F1 ,"v"-lo, ,a . rf N 7 f -P , -,,, , if Z. ,1 e -Q wars, MIKE SVETLIK Ambition: Electronics Engineer Varsity Cross Country '65, '66, N. F. L. '66, '67, Trojan Shield Staff '65, '66, Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67, S. B. Treasurer '65, J.V. Baseball '66, '67. 5- .4-ff PATTY SVETLIK Ambition: Business Major Kalagathians '65,'66, Sec. '67, Art Club Sec. '67, F.B.L,A. '67, G.A.A. '67, S.E.C. '66, Drill Team '65, '66, Folksinging Club '65, Trojettes '65, Sr. Girls' Club. 35 BILL SWINDELL Ambition: Undecided Boys' League. CHRIS TAYLOR Ambition: Hair Stylist ,,l G.A.A. '65s Kalagathians 'GGQ F.B.L.A. '66g Modem Dance. DIANE TEEGARDEN Ambition: Air Line Stewardess Photography Club '65g Campus Hostess '66, Kalagathiansg F.B.L.A.9 G.A.A.: Sr. Girls' Club. MARIA TOVAR Ambition: Nurse Kalagathians '65, '66, '67g Senate '65g Girls' League Rep. '66, '67g Sr. Girls' Club, G.A.A. '67g Drill Team '65, '66g Trojan Shield Reporter '67q S.E. C. '67. MEI TRAWICKI Ambition: Secretary Girls' League Pres. '65g Kalagathians Pres. '65, '66, '67, F. B. L.A. '675 Sr. Girls' Clubg Sr. Class Secretary. PETER VESTI Ambition: Psychologist Foreign Exchange Student- Denmarkq S.E. C. '675 Inter- national Club '67. LINDA ULRICII Ambition: Home Economist Pep Club '64, '65, '66, Pres. '67, S. E, C. '64, '65, '66, '67, C.S. F. '64, '65, '66, '67, G.A.A. '64, '65, '66, '67g Pep Commissioner '66s Drill Team 'G5: Folksinging Club '65: Youth in Government Month, Parks and Recreation Comm. f - - LINDA THOMAS Ambition: Air Line Stewardess Girls' League. 6 29 ia 4 ,ing .. if S, JOE TOUCHETTE Ambition: Law Enforcement Lettermen's Club '65, '66, '67g Varsity '66, '67, Bee '65g Varsity Baseball '67, J,V. '66 'G5: Boys' League Sergeant-ah Arms. BEST SENSE OF HUMOR .... Steve Doreck and Brenda Burklin , ' 'Z v, , , . . ,., K V gg. 'E 6.6 Q , ROCI-IELLE WALL PAT WARD LYNNE WAYNE Ambition: Military Career Ambition: Air Line Hostess Ambition: Undecided G.A.A. '64, s.E.c. '67. G.A.A. '65, 'G6,'67g Lettergirls G.A.A. '65,'se,'e7, C,g,F,, '66g Ayudantes '65, '66: Sr. Girls' Flag Twirler '66g Pep Club '65, Club '67: F.T.A. '67. '66, '67. SUE IVEATHEIUNIAN Ambition: Beautician Girls' League. KATHY WELCH Ambition: Physical Therapist G.A.A. '64, Pres. '65, V. P. '66, '67, S.E. C. '65, '66, '67, Folksing- ing Club '65, Pep Club '65, '66, '67, S. B. Secretary '66, Senate '679 Youth in Government Month, Parks And Recreation Committee. ,. 1, i SHARON WESTGARD Ambition: Doctor Kalagathians '65, '66, '67, G.A.A. '66, S. l-I.C. '679 Inter national Club '67, Sr, Girls' League . Q ,. fa- ., ,g -..,M .,,,. K. ...u.. , ,,..., BEST ALL AROUND .... Don Sola.uas and Sharon Bailey y ,,, :.-, A 5 A , ps: f Fx' ,Si -' g V V 5 I MARK WILLOUGH BY Ambition: Architectural Designer Boys' League. V 3 all: ! M-,, C I iv ', 'E Q, N 'V' - w P DARRYL WHEELER Ambition: Machinist Varsity Basketball'66, '67, J. V. '65, J. V. Baseball '65, '66, Lettermen's Club '66, '67. RON WILLIAMS Ambition: Police Force Boys' League 'Kit-,Q J 5,5 .9 ,, . , f . . , X. 'YA X 48 R V' .- 3,1 . C Z ' 'a K 1 I . SJ g t 6 l , Q If K xi . fgugyzggg- ,I PAULA WHITE BRUCE WIEMER Ambition: Interior Decorator Ambition: Commercial Artist Senate '64, '66, Drill Team '65, '66, '67, Kalagathians '66, F.T.A. '67, Youth in Government Month, Public Safety Commission, Folk- singing Club '64, '65. Art Club '66, '67, Track '67. him! 144 PETER WIEST , Ambition: Physics v , Boys' League Rep. '65 lf L, ' Cross Country '65, , . , Frosh '64, Track '65, , I K V Tennis '65, Basketball sm. '66. I Q S -Q 5 5 J W . ., 1 e ,H i new 1 I STEVE WILLER Ambition: Architect J.V. Baseball '67, Frosh '64, Bee Foot- ball '66, Cee '65. I N 5' F 7 'W , like 'Q - v W" I , , MARSHA WILMART Ambition: Art Degree Art Club Pres. '65, '66, - l . -1 .:', . . 1- GLEN WILSON PAUL WINSTON Ambition: Engineer SARA WINEMILLER Ambition: Telephone Repairman Ambition: Registered Nurse oys' League. Kalagathians '65, '66, '67, G.A.A. Varsity Wrestling '66, '67, '67, B ' '64, '65, '66, '67, Art Club '66, '67. Youth in Government Month, Kalagathians '66, 67, Senate '65, Steering Committee '65, Sr. Girls' Club. Publics Works Commission. HIOI2 SENIOR SQUARE 3-1 '? ,WS , The Seniors took ham- ,L TN , IHBYS Ztlld SHXVS Zllld set LIPOH 'f one of their most ambitious projects, the building of Senior Square. The seniors plan to leave a gift to the schoolg an impressive mo- saic as a permanent remind- er of the Class of '67, Sen- ior Squnre may become more complete and beauti- ful for future classes, but only the Class of '67 can say "We built this. " Ybx THE SENIOR PARENT'S TEA The Class of 'G7 began yet another tradition with the Senior Parent's Tea, sponsored by Girls' League. The cvcnt was well attended and gave the senior mothers a chance to get acquainted. fl, Qi- av ll lbs' ft --, YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT November 1966, became Youth in Government month for many Neff seniors. Gaining valuable experience in city ad- ministration and planning the students held official city of- fices and conducted a student City Council meeting, giving their recommendations to the official City Council. It was a meaningful experience for mem bers of the class of 'G7. ACU IUSS X .X ir T up Q o Q aux gigkg-Nz! M :fm Q,"- ...qq Q f " 4:- 'ff' -4 T I' of V ' 'ig T,-ff .za I 4 ' 51-, 4 '54 I fi. ' - " 2 5' E . ' fl T to 4 sf l may is D in - .A ,fig f + iw- ,. v ' A ' ' 7 N " 'UA E 1 ,,. T V K: : me ammsmm :mast 4 N l 1 J 1 a A if 1' v- if f 4 xx. SENIOR DITCH DAY The Magic Kingdom became a senior play- ground when the Class of '67 ventured to Disney- land for Ditch Day, Whether sliding down the icy slopes of the Matterhorn, or spinning madly about in the tea- eups, or sailing down the Ama- zon, the Trojan seniors demon- strated rare class spirit. if 9 i I l I-.M i THE ALL-NIGHT PARTY The All-Night Party which is P, T,A, sponsored is an event eagerly awaited by all Neff seniors. Now out of school, they meet once more to demonstrate the gaiety and friendliness that the Class ol' '67 became famous for. The Beverly Bowl in Montebello was the setting where the grad- uated seniors danced, played pool, and bowled the night away before entering their post-high school lives . if-... -A 'fi it az-4 my 5 , h 'f P ' 'V I V sy s ' .AL 1 dl 1 ,,g. .. , f " ' l X in' VI". V,4R- x fl ' a' ff! f gig? .,- af. . 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Q , K ,H , , . . 1 ' 'f':'fVi5f'ifi?5 , 44- VIL" 'i' VY A k ,f x ."'wL j,v.5.Qi1x W-7 V fiffifzf 'Z . . Ng. .V V K I V -.V- L 5,4 4 V V 4,Q.,3,ea? w ' Ve, ' 'Q ' V K V x Q 1 I -,.- , V V, V , V , . Y M.. X O Q .J .L Y in 7 ,:1. 1 a "f"1.i , 1 If i E 3 Q E ,-f 1 , RAUIES half-tum K 4 'Sa This year we've had a really big show. Heading the season was a salute to television specials . with scenes from "Bridge on the Kwai", The World Series 'uid '1 Cemini blast-off 'lhe shoxx was highlighted by old Cais, Flap- pers and the Black Bottom, The songs this . year performed by the Neff Trojan Band have 5 T , ' ' kept the spirit of Neff in tune with such musi- nlf cal selections as "Hard Days Night", "Bridge on the River Kwai", "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", "Washington Post March", and T L "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby' . All and All the shows this year have 5 really been fabulous . I , 3 M Az 3 flffw rfifrfe-: A ga 1' - ix . ' ' ! 5 ,J -.,, , T id. Y f W G- I il ' X, in , for iflfTi.l T Qffal ,X A 5- e541 ,WYWH QTXK eeee 's'f""?" F' , 1 DH I gy-f'yvl eefsir' Nl r. AY'-ff' 4 '-Q. A , AIIIGR GAINS oances Footprints on the gym floor. The Avengers entertain the Trojans 4 It was Go-Go-Go -on the football field and then Go-Go-Go- at the dance that followed. "Hit her! Hit her! Get on with it! " CASE fin order of appearancej Tommie: Dickie: Martin: Delacroix: Hutchinson: Mrs. Dunbar: Mrs. Watson: Miss Bessom: Jack Wilkins: Old Man Warner: Belva Summers: Joe Summers: Tessie: Extra Villagers: David Golden Ken Hill George Georgieff John Clark Bob Jaggers Liz McLucas Marlene Elterman Bonnie Tenenbaum Randy Henderson Bruce Treff Anne Quigley Brad Geagley Jill Clarke Diane Jaques, Sharon Holly, Randy Kitt, Benny Tyler, Howard Fread, Scott Nelson, Tim Baker, Michele Lasken U16 IDIIGRY by Brainerd Duffield adapted from the short story by Shirley Jackson ,Y J , X1 - 4. - :wxm Y , ,. Q ii '.' t' l i' T' mi a .ri ' "It wasn't fair, I It wasn't fair!" t . ,S tell you I Q ". . . Adams. . .Appleby. . . Barrett. . . " The population of a small village gathers one Jtme afternoon for IQ Lottery. One by one they pick little slips of paper from a black box. All the slips are blank but one. . . . . .and the story of what happens to the person who holds the slip with a black dot became an evening of spellbinding entertainment for the Trojans. The account of 'Ik Q- Q!! was presented on December 15 in the English Complex Room to an appreciative audience. The suc- cess of this onefact play led the way for the year's second thespian endeavor, a full three-act produc- tion queen Gall q.xm1ea11 lGI1IGl2lTlGI1'S DRIHCGSSGS Lynne Garfield Sue Shockey Barbara Kolden Debbie Johnson -1, L , ,. 1 E, CDRISTZITIAS DIG 'Kgs This year's Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, Kandi Foreman and Steve Johnson, were crowned by last year's winners, Vivian Garcia and Ken Hamilton. MR. AND MRS. SANTA CLAUS CANDIDATES, left to right: Randy Tyler and Sue Shockey, Kandi Foreman and Steve Johnson, Sandy Eddy and D'Arcy Rigby, Kathi Donohue and Dickie Stephens. JI? Qi ff r w .' s ip 6 ui. 2346612659 ,sw we .- M ,Q 1 61-3, is After their crowning Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus reign over the dance. The Christmas Dance, held on December 10, was the first big social event of a very big year. The gymnasium was mys- teriously given the holiday spirit in the form of gaily-colored wreaths, lights, and a beautiful tree taking center stage. The band, headed by Mr. Kirk, played on through the magical eve- ning as couples danced with true Christmas enthusiasm. High- lights of the evening were the crowning of Steve Johnson and Kandi Foreman as Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus by last year's royalty, Vivian Garcia and Ken Hamilton, and the debut ap- pearance of you-know-who--in the person of Mr. Graff ! w f . J' IT' TIN n Bob Brown chats with Santa Q". . .and then the traveling salesman said. . . "J 2 9 "SANTA! !" ff' 1 W ,rpm ARSIIC - IIACLHI BASKGIIBAU 3 ff 'G The Varsity team stops to pose just before their untimely defeat. 5-,, -gsm va' A 34231: XS fini: 'Ria n icsxiiixi' i h ' ! 50 Meinen fights for two points. Stephens fights through the Faculty's de fense for two points. Keaton outjunips Mr, Carlson for two points. 1 i 2 CRAITIA NIGHT On March 3, a long time goal of Neff's drama department finally came to pass: a "drama night" that allowed aspiring thespians to show their wares. All in all, Drama Night became Neff's most ambitious dramatic effort to date. Talented freshmen took the spotlight in two one-act plays, "Fear is a Murderer!" and "For Love of a House. " Both plays were directed by students, Jill Clarke and Randy Henderson, respectively. The more experienced actors on campus got into the act with scenes from famous comtemporary plays. Various record pantomines, pantomines done to recorded Words and music, also found a place in Drama Night. Finally, the evening was rounded out with several dramatic readings and skits. Neff High School's first Drama Night proved to parents, teachers, and students that the study of drama is progressing and flourishing on campus. Many types of entertainment were pre- sented in Drama Night. CLOCK-WISE FROM THE TOP: "Fear is a Murderer!" was set in Nazi Germany and featured fleft to rightj Shirley Elterman, Linda Slater, Marylee Bennett, and Bonnie Tenenbaum. Ken Hill, Linda Davis, and Don Davis did a hilarious pantomine about grade school. "For Love of a House" dealt with an un- scrupulous woman's efforts to gain an old lady's wealth, and in it were Yvonne Burnett, Marlene Elterman, Carlye Loeb, and fnot shownj Linda Davis. In "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", George fBI'3d Geagleyj and Nick QRandy Hendersonj were purged in an all-night bout with truth. A scene from "The Glass Menagerie" showed Tom fRandy Hendersonj and Amanda QJ ill Clarkel engaged in a violent quarrel. Record pantomines were done by Carlye Loeb f"How Lovely to be a Woman"l and Yvonne Burnett f"A Kid Again-I'm Five"J. 51 A stueent BOO This year we have been fortunate to have seen many fine assemblies during the year. This "assembly season" was highlighted by various sports awards assemblies and climaxed by the final awards assembly held at the end of the year. Neff students can be sure that whenever they gather for an assembly they will be in- formed and entertained. Seniors examine NASA models. A lesson in thrust. QC Liquid Oxygen ? At right is one of the many trophy presentations ever -present in assem- blies. Don Solanas has received quite a few tro- phies for Neff this year, and we are all proud of it. Mr. James Boyle talks to students. ASSGIITBUG As added entertainment, Terri Ferguson sings a folk song. M A R C O La Mirada SEC student 7' JN 2 La Mirada SEC student. Artesia SEC student. Mr. Bonebrake conducts Mr. Robert Scott introduces another concert number. Mr, Bonebrake from La Mirada introduces one of his concert pieces. ,,1-. """'vV 4. .WN- cg fgg,w'54 ' a x I A I . A 5: ' 3 K X 'KK 1 V- GQ ,, mia 5 3 Q -M' ' r - dt!--:night 47 "'-""'- 1-A-gp-5 i ':,,j ju . I Q g Pwfwf campus 5, If f 1 'V hi.: for y .1 ',4, 2 'iw V' x:!w W Wx 5' an . . , T 'wyiglm Q yQwqww11 A J' A ff , i , - may In - Q V fl' N W Th Fw, I w I Q "H kx i2,,k ' I r . ' X 1 - fx- V 1 f, ' " ggaf--fl ' 4: T 5 l I ' Q so Q capens 4 . lm, .. ,af G no f i.. f 1 ' A ? ' 5, 4 Y .2 .1 .r X pf' fi . 'N 1 -. , Fx , 'Q F , A - 41 ff , ,fr WJ.. ,L,- if D 'Cv QRGAHIZAUCHS Q N ..a,.f-JL I W... , 1 1 ' la.L A '. rn, -N ... -'61, 1' -f yu W l' b f Q an f Y stuoent BOO When the first classes came on to our campus, the name of Neff High School was unmeaningful, its reputation unknown, its traditions non-existent, and its future unclear. Out of this foggy horizon came a band of Trojans. . . true Trojans. It was toward the task of setting a fotmdation that these individuals worked. It is toward these individuals who our praise and appreciation should be directed, for these are our true founders. Today, our foundation is firm, our traditions es- tablished, and our name and reputation known. This, our future, is no longer unclear as we work toward continued progress, accomplishment, and respect. We have left our footprints of respect and worthiness for the entire nation to see. And what's more the cliche of "We're number one Y" is no longer just a cliche. We've made it. Gm SEQ gagmgt Je .aw ,fl.fLf,,,.,,a 161.14 9500, - -,-- I 1 ffi fm , 251 To it it 2 535 h . , . , . ki .kkrr A It T' ,i VV BT-A U.-A20 keel xfo-M? 55' Qfifafwil gzejwef '6- vie-ee RICHARD SIEMER SCO TENENBAU "The home of responsible government" was the motto of this year's Student Body Cabinet. Together they worked behind the scenes to make Neff better for the students they represented. They also served as worthy representatives at var- ious conferences and conventions. And no greater honor could be attributed to them than that they did more than anyone else to bring honor and glory to Neff High. 1 1' . SUE PARKE KAREN MOELLER 'hx 5-- BOB GUNDREY JOAN KENNY 59 SGHAIIG E Q FIRST ROW: Vivian Hackerg Cynthia Gaitherg Delene Webbg Roy Baumeisterg Don Solanasg Brian Hackerg Bill Chaneyg Pat Cooneyg Sue Parke. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Vargasg Nancy Bollockg Karen Eldridgeg Barbara Princeg Karen Fudge Janet Bartlettg Kandi Foremang Debbie Johnsong Colleen Raffertyg Emma Carter. THIRD ROW: Linda Coffing Gloria Arandag Kathy Welchg Karen Moellerg Frank Calderoneg Todd Lewisg Shari Hainesg Robin Schafferg Tina Porterg Patti Christian. FOURTH ROW: Melanie Westcottg Kathi Donohueg Scott Tenenbaumg Craig Lapeereg Richard Siemer: Bob Gundreyg Diana Jones: Joan Kenny, The senate is a necessary organization for proper functioning of the school. It acts as the voice of the students. Headed by Don Solanas, Student Body President, the senate has worked hard on the major problems con- fronting our students. Senators are elected from their Social Science classes, and are the official representative of that class. Their duty is to carry any problems or sug- gestions to the senate where they are dis- ' Q 53. -MJ' cusscd, V6 liyx. ,7 2 Y W--.1 ...-1 14 Don Solanas listens to discussions from the floor. 60 'fi' C-AIIIIORHIA SCHOIARSHID IIEOGRAUOH ' 1 L TOP ROW: H. Jung, R. Hord, L. Mersky, P. Tugwell, Y. Contreras, C. Roberts. SECOND ROW: D. Cudlip, W. Greinke, D. Wilson, J. Avery, B. Bailey, D. Wiest, S. Warshaw, K. Magnusson. THIRD ROW: M. Gillis, T. Masumoto, L. Ulrich, S. Lyons. FOURTH ROW: R. Spangenberg, R. Fifer, J. Kenny, T. Lewis, C. McArthur. FIFTH ROW: R. Berney, L. Johnson, D. Solanas, C. Hernandez, S. Bailey, N. Niemeyer, M. Wagen, M. Rudolph. LAST ROW: G. James, S. Kuester, T. Skotnes, J. Okazaki, K. Charlton. Q. A.. g PRINCIPAL'S HONOR ROLL Linda A. Ulrich Catherine M. Adams Linda J. May Cathy R, Montgomery James R. Parke Edward O. Price Marilynn Y. Takata Bonnie L. Bailey Kathleen Chambers Dorianne R. Wiest Steve P. Kuester Joyce E. Okazaki Michael J. Rodolph Terence W. Skotnes Patti A. Smith Richard R. Spangenberg Sharon L. Bailey Kathleen S. Charlton Sheryl G. Dalven Lucinda C. Johnson Todd V. Lewis Sue C. Parke D'Arcy A. Rigby Donald W. Solanas TOP ROW: E. Light, H. Jung, G. Christianson, J. Parke, L. Torbert, E. Price, G. James, N. Greer, L. May, B. La Fond, M. Taketa, B. Braff, B. Bailey, S. Warshaw, J. Avery, C. Roberts. SECOND ROW: T. Masumoto, P. Ward, D. Julien, K. Mag- nusson, D. Wiest, K. Chambers. THIRD ROW: B. Parsons, R. Hord, G. Oldham, B. Raney, M. Gillis, S. Lyons, L. Ulrich, S. Dalven, R. Henderson. FOURTH ROW: D. Rigby, D. Adishian, R. Fifer, S. Bailey, J. Strayer, R. Siemer, D. Solanas, T. Lewis, C. McArthur, L. Johnson, R. Spangenberg, N. Niemeyer, M. Wagen, M. Rudolph, S. Kuester, J. Okazaki, T. Skotnes, K. Charlton. The California Scholar ship Federation of William Neff High School has given help to those who asked for the tutor program. The motto of these out- standing students is "Scholarship for Ser- vice. " Mr. Smith, the advisor, helped Todd Lewis, President, Sharon Bailey, Vice President, and Kathy Charlton, Secretary- Treasurer to run this organization efficient- ly, This year, C. S. F. has gone to see "Hawaii" and will tour Universal Studios. Our first graduation will include Seal Bearers from this distinguished group. tnmam X X F A 1 V A f' MRS. BRADSHAW sysapa S , N Advisor ' 'el ' 7 TODD LEVVIS Co-Editor SUE SMITH Seniors I "A ,x-,A , x 4 F v-.X . f . cv- . ' , dy ,4 A x.J ff' L' ' .ft-1' as-it 1 - wb? , 35 is ' 'if' .nga 9 i Q5 G, 0 1 1 '3' U ,, CHARLENE CASSADY Underclasses 62 VICKIE BERRY Seniors Nz RANDY HE NDE RSON Co-Editor An annual is more than a picture book. It is a series of assembled thoughts and experiences that made a particular school year one to re- nieniber. The school year 1966-67 was just such ll year. We hope this annual gives you the opportunity to hold a year of your life in your hands and relive it again and again. The annual staff hopes that you can review again the events and friend- ships of this year through this edi- tion ofthe '67 TROIANI. ,rg-W- I-L 'WX 'LL .1 VIVIAN GARCIA Underclasses SUN SHERYL DALVE N Features BOB GUNDREY Faculty 8: Administration SI AFIT X. I .. f' 'W N , ini' ., fp W ... in LYNNE GARFIE LD Features 415 'iw Sf" ff: V PAM ESTRADA V Copy . V ,5- DE AN ME RSKY Sports o o'9 Q0 .D MICHE LLE CARTISANO Advertising i ui Ee, Qi 5 f - . 0 , 4. l O ' 0. . ' A ' u . .I O . . . . O 1 U 0 0 . 0 .., . ,ip 0 0 0 ,'x . ' O Q X to if to , .V ' IQ LUANA C HAMBERS Activities i tiir me J 1- DAVE BERNOUDY V f Photography Ka Sales , I . K M 1, BRIAN GILES ' L Photography RICK DEFINA RICH CARTER Photography Head Photography f X MT --.-.,.,.,,- . ,...,.W. stuoent exchange ClUB , , TOP ROW: B. Gundrey, K. Beale, P. Knight, J. Riggs, J. Wallace, S. Baker, L. Baca, D. Jones, K. Jellerson, K. Warr, B, Prince, K. Foreman, K. Jellerson, D. Jaques, W. Gundrey, W, See, B. Browman, W, Greinke, P. Vanderpool, J. Roth, J, Lane, SECOND ROW: T. Hopper, M. Cartisano, C. Cassady, B, Bornemann, R. Hageman, R. Henderson, L. Essman, J. Stayer, R. Fifer, C. Roberts, D. Grady, L. Chambers, S. Dalven, R. Ruark, R. Ruark, L, Wayne, M,Mi11er, B, Tenenbaum, D. Rodriquez, Advisors, Mr, Chenney, Mr. Rasmussen. THIRD ROW: D. Julien, J. Gilbertson, S. Schettler, R. Stout, S. Dorney, D. Wilson, C. Jaques, L. Mersky, R. Winger, S. Welch, C, King, J. Wildey, D. Pfeiffer, K. Welch, M. Stein, J. Rothe, R. Wall, P. Christian. BOTTOM ROW: E. Eisner, N. Nisbet, K. Montgomery, A. Brace, M. Heyne, M. Tovar, D. Brook, P. Borman, S, Park, J. Okaqaki, P. Vesti, J. Piltz, S. Bailey, C. Costello, B. La Fond, L. Bundi, J. Nicolson, I. Lorig. Melanie Westcott Foreign Exchange Candidate 64 The goal of the first American Field Service Club on campus, was to have an exchange student for the 1966-67 school year. This goal was ac- complished through the hard work of the club members in the many money making projects. Since the first year of A, F, S, club many goals have been established. The A, F, S. club changed programs in 1965 and the Youth For Understanding Club blossomed. Through this new program we will be able to send a foreign exchange student abroad this summer. Neff High School's first candidates for the overseas program were an- nounced in February, they were: Melanie Westcott and Craig Lapeere. The goal of promoting inter- national understanding and brotherhood within our country and among the nations of the world was recognized by the club this year. + 227' . . fl , ,", ff? gf . . I ,F 1 I I ' z I 4 5 iig . ," ' , Af, ' 'fjxff X Craig Lapeere Foreign Exchange Candidate 7 1 E 5 Eonelqn exchange SIUOGHIZS ' x 0 a Q- Q, -.Y Ref: 'K S, E, C, club Marco has gave Peter met many his first new people American in America, by birthday and has made If f , f party. many new friends. The first exchange student, Peter Vesti, from Denmark, came to Neff High School in September of 1966. Through his eagerness to learn more about the United States and high school lifeg Peter's con- tribution to the Senior Class and to Neff High School will long be remembered. Unfortunately, due to an illness in Peter's family in Denrnarkg Peter had to return home earlier than expected. After leaving Brazil and coming to the United States in January of 1967, Marco Anez has learned many new things about our cotmtry and its people. Despite his having a limited English vocabularyg Marco has made many new friends. He is on the 1967 track team, although his favorite sport in Brazil is soccer. 'ti V 1 1 M aw Marco Anez and his American family Mr. and Mrs. Loren Frickland and son, Peter. , , , , Peter Vesti and his American familyg Mr. and Mrs. John Maguire and son, Steve. Larry Baker tnojan shlelo staff The Trojan Shield provides us with news of the campus life and activities at Neff. The staff has worked hard and long the entire year to provide a top quality stu- dent paper every two weeks. Each edition was filled with campus news as well as interesting editorials and opinions This year the paper became easily the - best student newspaper in the city. Gloria Hoover Editor -in -chief Associate Editor A P, .f - , ' W' .H+-A ? , :by . ' ,V C 'G A Willi s A 4 1 fx, W N , 1 X 4? i ' I 1' I Dave Keaton Sports Editor Gail Garceau Advertising ,,. 5 I Q Q5 ' 1, - if C' A Dave Riley Asst. Sports Editor LEFT TO RIGHT: Karyn Florian, Dave Riley, Gail Garceau, Dave Keaton, Joanne Charbonneau. ii' H. fi LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Shockey, Wendi Berry, Roy Baunieister. Yolanda Rodriguez Girls' Sports Editor Joanne Charbonneau Activities Editor r .s-+"ll"ulx , Xxx A I . 1 N 5' , lvl V-3 -'N - V4 fl el "gf 1' l f John Boyer Staff Photographer l6US6l2mGl1'S ClUB "Service" is the word that best describes the many activities of the Lettermen's Club. Throughout the year, the members took part in candy sales, football program sales, and the big event of the year-The Donkey Basketball game. The Lettermen carried out their purpose of "Service" very well. For instance, they offered their services, even if it meant being captured by Cannibals in a pep rally. In many facets of school life the Letterman actively parti- cipated and they added to the acomplishment of glory for Neff High School. TOP ROW: D. Bernoudy, M. Adams, N. Olsen, D. Kenton. B. Broom, -J. Martin, S. Snder. SECOND RUW: L. Essmnn, J. Harper, D. Wheeler. M. Desselle R. Falstein, D. Lee, C. Daniel. THIRD ROW: G. Trindl, C. Lapeere. D. Mersky, R. Brown, T. Courson, W. Greinke, S. Spiegl, J. Meinen, D. McConnell. FOURTH ROW: M. Svetlik, M. Marinko, B. Berklite, D. ltow, S. Doreck, R. Tyler, J. Russo. D. Riley, T. Gibbons, J, Touchette Advisor, Mr. Thomas. BO'l'TOlNl ROW' R, Spnngenberg, B. Nagle, S. Johnson, R. Bziunxeistcr. D. Stevens, s. Knight. B. Rumlcy. D. Rigby. D. Dyer, T. Doreck. 1 DCD CIUB X .1 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Kenny, S. Smith, K. Norred, L. Wayne, B. Lorig, K. Welch, S. Rossiter, B. Deitsch, N. Niemeyer, D. Hackett, L. Mc Fadden, L. Ulrich, G. Hoover, L. Garfield, K. Beale, A. Gaston, L. Spangenburg, K. Roberts, M. Terry, S. Siemer, C. Costello, D. Miller, M. Stein, N. Nestor, C. Montgomery. SECOND ROW: C. Larson, A. Brace, P. Knieling, L. Mersky, K. Chambers, T. Slavin, K. Moeller, M. Heyne, R. Stout, D. Davis, S. Dorney, D. Griffith, S. Wells, C. King, S. Welch, S. Shein, J. Wildey, B. Tennenbaum, L. Ireland, J. McCallum, S. Gardner, N. Greer, D. Clark, C. McCormack, T. Orosz, D. Julian, C. Loeb. THIRD ROW: L. Bunte, J. Brown, P. Estrada, D. DeFina, P. Tugwell, D. Wilson, B. Bailey, D. Rencar, L. Davis, B. Smith, T. Falder, B. Winger, N. Ebdrup, H. Levato, T. Kurbad, S. Siemer, P. Clay, S. Dalven, A. Quigley, K. McComb, B. Masem, V. Pierce, S. Tinnel, B. Fischer. TOP ROW: A. Romero, J. Piltz, L. Coffin, B. Stone, M. Doman, M. Allen, S. Bailey, K. Foreman, B. Tharpe, K. Jellerson, G. Garceau, S. Shockey, S. Brown, K. Kurvits, V. Garcia, E. Vargas, J. Okazaki, P. Holbrook, S. Broyles, E. Keck, S. Owen. The Pep Club has helped to promote school spirit at many of our school's functions by selling champ tags, and sponsoring pickle sales. The girls in Pep Club helped spark the enthusiasm that led to victory in many of our games throughout the year. IATIGUAGE CIUB A. ,Q-, FRONT ROW: MrS.Kolias, S. Galvan, T. Slavin, J. Nicholson, E. Lorig, J. Piltz, S. Parke, C. Juedes, J. Wallace, K. Buchan, T. Skotnes, D. Palmer, M. Koepke. MIDDLE ROW: M. Wilhite, S. Parks, A. Romero, P. Melton, E. Berret, V. Lee, S. Gardner, D. Clark, J. Clark, C. Cassady K. Foreman. BACK ROW: B. Geagley, E. Bloemendaal, D. Heyne, M. Novak, S. Ankeney, B. Juggers, T. James, R. Henderson, R. Fifer, S. Tennenbaum, R. Seimer, B, Wilson, P, Vesti, The Language Club under the leadership of Mrs. Kolias has planned many activities including field trips and parties. 516 ARI CIUB The art club was kept busy this year painting scenery for plays, making posters, and various other activities. Their Work can be seen daily around the campus in the form of post- ers and rally signs. Under the direction of Lt. Burfoot and Cadet of- ficers, the Cal cadets attend ed many bivouacs and have BACK ROW: L. Manion, C. Ankeney, R. Grebe, J. Clark, S, Winemiller, C. shown their skills in march- McCormack, T. Oroez, FRONT: Mrs. Catbagen, D. Brock, S. Worthington, ing maneuvers and marks- D. Hoffmeister, J. Jacobian, L. Kasulkc, P, Fisher. m-lnship. Also time Was spent at various school activities throughout the cal CAOEICS Year- BACK ROW: P. O'Donnell, D. Williams, V. Robles, S. Page, C. Winemiller, T. Gomes, B. Dickey, G. Williams, J. Collins. FRONT ROW: Lt. Burfoot, R. Pooler, L. Harvey, T. Ridgway, B. Quigley, L. Bourdages. 69 IIUIIURG teachens of AITIGRICA FRONT ROW, left to right: B. Lorig, P. Bergman, J. Wildey, K. Charleton, M. Heyne, L. Chambers, advisor, Mrs. Frye. BACK ROW: R. Carter, P. Ward, L. Ulrich, M, Westcott, S. Bailey, S. Dalven. There are two clubs on campus that prepare students for specific professions when their school days are over. They are FTA and FBLA. Many teachers of tomorrow are on our campus. To encourage and further them in their ambition is the purpose of FTA. Under the advisorship of Mrs. Frye, the club offers valuable student-teaching experience for its members. The club helps prepare students for a career in teaching. The business tycoons of tomorrow meet together with advisor, Mrs. Marshall. Comprising future secretaries, future company presidents and other future business officials, FBLA has as its goal the making of good, responsible business leaders. IIUIURG BUSINESS leaoens of AITIGRICA 'Q A 1 it J 6 1 f 1 5' Mu A Q P-...... fs :gf . - I if " A 4 l 53. if 5 XV ,Q ' ' v 1.4 FRONT ROW, left to right: P. Boram, K. Harmon, T. Boehm, P. Smith, B. Evans, M. Trawicki, P. Svetlik, D. Metro, advisor, Mrs. Marshall. BACK ROW: J. Robson, K. Donohue, S. Eddy, M. Nelson, S. Lyons, D. Humeniuk, D. Tcagarden, D. Pfeiffer, P. Ward. kr x -l health CIUB , V - . -iii " B 'F f x . -: Q 1 9 FIRST ROW: S. Winemiller, N. Ebdrup, C. Rafferty, D. Brooks, P. Borarn C. Larson, Mrs. Crane, Advisor. SECOND ROW: T. Orosz, C. MacCormack, S. Tinnell, N. McGhee, L. Coffin. THIRD ROW: C. Winemiller, J. Collins, K. Beale, K. McComb, D. Worthington. These two, newly formed clubs, worked hard this year to become organized and an asset to the school in future years. SGYIIOI2 Gll2lS' ClUB FIRST ROW: D. Donnelly, T. Boehm, P. Gaither, D. Pfeiffer, M. Heyne, L. McFadden, S. Parke, K. Charlton, G. Hoover, M. Trawicki, M. Domen, B. Stone, G. Shannon, P. Holbrook, C. Johnson, Y. Rodriguez. SECOND ROW: J. Brown, S. Buckridge, R. Romero, D. Teegarden, L. Reopke, B. Boling, B. Adkins, C. Edwards, S, Brightup, L. Chambers, P. Svetlik, S. Dalven, J. Clarke, Mrs. Bernasekg Advisor. THIRD ROW: L. McLu0as, B. Masem, S. Lyons, S. Westgard, S. Eddy, B. Raney, S. Bailey, P. Ward, K. Moeller, B. Burklin, S. Smith. -s- f 5 s , QIRIS GAQU 1' ff-F - x x ,.. Kathi Donohue Vice-President Pres1dc-:nt Treasure1 li Barbara Masern V Marla Tovay Sears Representatlve Semor Representatlve FIRST ROW Mar1a Tovar, C1ndy Hathaway Clndy Hacker, Cheryl Edwards Ga11 Shannon Patty Svethk Pam Estrada. SECOND ROW Mrs Crane Adv1sor Cheryl Kmard Telll Ferguson President, Linda Roepke -4 4:5 E 'X CABIDGI Christa Kurvits Terri Ferguson Secretary Kalagathians Kandi Warr Lynne Garfield Publicity Troiani Puellae yr- ' .gh on S " QW OX ' ,-if 1, 5 3' Bonnie Bailey Sophomore Representative Virginia Lizardi Colleen Rafferty Ju.nior Representative Freshman Representative 'CROIAHI DUGHAG J c FIRST ROW: Debra Ihnen, Karen Jellerson, Gail Garceau, Barbara Prince, Kandi Warr, Sharon Stapleton, Christa Kurvits. SECOND ROW: Aminy Woodburn, Sandy Eddy, Shari Welch, Carolyn King, Kathy Beale, Pat Weidman. THIRD ROW: Mary Campbell, Barbara Keaton, Chris Whitehead, JoAnn Charbonneau, Lynne Garfield, President, Corinne Hernandez, Bonnie Bailey, Mrs. Bradshaw, Advisor. This year Neff stu - dents can be very proud of the representation they received from the Nation- al Forensic League at various speech tourna- ments throughout the state. This organiza- tion, advised by Miss Denyce Duncan, is made up of members adept at the skill of self-expres- sion. Whether in debate- or individual events, the Neff squad proved to be stiff competition, even when pitted against some of the finest speakers in the state. HAIIIOHAI IIORGHSIC IGAGUG , I - v-,..,A, y . , ,:. - . ff' Kg? .H Z 3' Q v Q X X E ily Q t Q' if i k x .. I fix .155 , "" " ' i .3 lj v , lf' 1 H x 5'-u 52 . V Q. i f FRONT ROW, left to right: Miss Dtuican, B. Treff, C. Roberts, B. Tenenbaum. SECOND ROW N Greer, C. Jacques, B. Edwards, B. Hord. THIRD ROW: J, Clarke, BACK ROW: D, Jacques, R Henderson, D, Hackett, S, Gardner, national UWGSDIAD SOCIGIIY FRONT ROW, left to right: Miss Logan, A. Quigley, B. Boling, B. Tenenbaum, J. Clarke. BACK ROW: B. Geagley, L. McLucas, R. Henderson, J. Clark, M. Elterman. The National Thespian Society is the organiza- tion that encourages ex- cellence in the dramatic arts among high school students. Neff's Thes- pian troupe has been ham- pered by a lack of facili- ties, but has put forth in- itiative and enthusiasm rare in fledgling drama groups. In addition to two plays, the Thespians this year made plans for a Drama Night, designed to show off many aspects of the drama. With many drama facility innova- tions due for Neff next year, the Thespians have earned a very promising future. You'll be hear- ing from them! f at rg? 6 lt? Q.- . . , IUAU1 Cl.UB 1 BACK ROW: Craig McArthur, John Doinen, Richard Carter, Ron Fifer, Bob Hord. FRONT ROW: Brad Parsons, Terry Skotnes, Jay Strayer, Miss Taketa. The Neff Science Club is busy keeping abreast of the influ- ence of the age. Members of the club go on field trips to various science shows. Exhibits are constructed by mem- bers for entry in Science Fairs. SCIENCE ClUB For students inter ested in developing mathematical ability ---the logical thing is the Math Club. The Math Club represents Neff in various Math Field Days. The club pro- motes interest in mathematical events to prepare for jobs involving the field of mathematics. r I BACK ROW: Bob Abram, Craig McArthur, Ron Fifer, John Domen, Mr. Kuyper. FRONT ROW: Richard Carter, Brad Parsons, Jay Strayer, Terry Skotnes. . r,.,.,f' Mr. William Kirk ji Mr. William Kirk led our band into big success as they gave us some of the greatest half-time shows and rallies ever. Our band with the assistance of drum major John Boyer, helped to promote school spirit with every performance. Along with the school and game time activities the band attends weekend parades and performancesg which all add up to some well deserved trophies and a very proud School. IW' its fi. f.+f"""-fx John Boyer Under the direction of Mrs. Carol Hofner and with the assistance of Michelle Cartisano and Marsha Benshoof the Trojan Drill Team marched up quite a bit of recognition. Long hours of hard work tnojan Banc Q lx, Michelle Cartisano added that extra snap that makes a drill team good. Together with the band, the drill team performed at parades, rallies, and half-times. Neff is happy to have such a lively group to represent us. Ano omll team 352935 gf Marsha Benshoof N .go Mrs. Carol Hofner yell l6AO6I2S Q K, 1 , X' . 5 an is QUE sr. nf if fi -f if A xi sb This year leading the student body in riotous cheers were our yell leaders: Sharon Bailey fheadJ, Barbara Kolden, Kandy Foreman, Sandy Rossiter, and Gloria Hoover. A big cheer goes to them for their hard work. It takes alot of energy to stomp and yell for good ol' Neff. They probably owe a fortune in liniment and vitamin pills , but at least they had fun and so did we. To these girls go a well deserved gr -gr-gr-gr-eat! majonettes Y. ,x. x 3 . A bright flash of gold and there they are--the majorettes. Pam Estrada fheady, Luana Chambe Chris Roberts, and Robin Stout. These girls rea batonecl it up and down this year. They are technically members of the band, but they are also included in the pep squad. The majorettes have performed at rallies, half-times, and parades. Four shining batons signify this group whether in the air or on the ground. wr'-1 '0- in lk. w... W' A.. .sa- 5 .x-, R. ls--4. Nancy Roberts Band Mascot GHG leaoens Four big smiles greeted us throughout the year at various school functionsg these smiles were on the faces of our four song leaders: Barbara Masem fheudy, Kathy Donohue, Linda McFadden, and Joyce Okazaki. The song leaders are the dancing members of the pep squad, they add to their routines by frequently using pom poms. Accompanying their per- formances we have heard such numbers as "Be True To Your School", "Notre Dame", and many others. These girls have danced their way into being a really good group. Hao twmlens Twirling to school, parade, and jazzy tunes were our flag twirlersz Vicki Berry fheadj, Susan Smith, Judy Brown, Pat Holbrook and Betty Deitch. With the rustling and Swish- ing of their flags they added a few dance steps that gave their routines extra bounce. With performances at rallies, games and parades the flag twirlers still found time to enter the Arroyo High School flag Competition. Neff should be happy to have such qualified representatives. f. 1 rf 5 6 4 ii f :- I A 7. in . -N F .. 5 1 A we x w F gf Q. 51 '14 V fv J' i ii 2 , 51 Z E93 S Q if 5 1 5 ix 5 3 A ? spomzs A-N. QQ lr P ., I, Phil Adamson 84 an w .,- "".,v- Q, A Richard Falstein '74 5.95 I John Kneifl 2 7 MBA . B, Q .. 'C' A Ei! Phil Anderson ZR li M sl '-'F'-i Bob Berklite 83 88 Q A fs , LQ se , 1, ? I ll I Ron Fischer Terry Gibbons 73 70 Stats. by Don Solanas Neff Yards rushed 2736 Neff Yards passed 97 8 Neff First downs 141 Neff Points scored 310 Neff Points scored by Neff opponents 102 Neff Neff Neff .. Neff 6 Neff ' Neff r, sv f il v-4 9, ' T" Mike Kotoff 63 ,NV A use 'iii' i t I P Jack Meinen 82 84 , . Co-captain Steve Johnson 62 , gpg. , , 4 "m'4' J F ARSIIV 5 'Q lx -we il Bill Brown Robert Brown Dennis Carter 51 61 60 ' K I If 'Q xi Q M., ,V F vw ...N 'S- 1 1 A n-H Ken Hamilton Terry Harper Craig Hover 46 44 64 El Segundo V Troy 'ua- Valley christian ""' 'R 3 Rowland , ,Q-123 gl Workman ' " Wilson Gahr Bassett Royal Oak C. I. F. Katella Hemet co-captain Randy Tyler Rowland 42 Although many people think that it is the offense that wins the game the annual staff would like to compliment the defense on fine ball play this year, allowing only 25 points to be scored against the Neff Trojans in league play. rww, ,1 Dean Mersky Hank Ranieri D'arcy Rigby Dave Riley Buddy Rurnley 52 30 21 25 71 pootlsall Y 4 ra 1 ffm. N Mel Desselle 81 p-tpql .4151 Dean Itow 65 min, ww 1 Anas ' .hr Steve Knight 1G ,sang A ., it Curtis Ladd 77 - -. Joe Russo 10 N S arf' 3191 r 1' 'f 'I r' f""N"if7I! V ,Q-qu -5 ' " iff' Dennis Dyer 7-9 X Steve Doreck Jeff Doernbrack Leonard Essman ,-ala Hi 'Wi - l.-J A Larry Estrada 5 0 J- 'xx Xl 'F x 'L 1 ., ,I I , .al in Herb Jung Dave Keaton 14 80 Line Coach Mr. Arvil Goodman Head Coach Mr. Stan Thomas , ..- , ,V we - wt ,u,.4 Back Coach Mr. Hank Frese Dick Stephens, defensive half-back, comes up to the line of scrimmage to make the tackle and help the Neff defensive unit let Rowland High School know that we are the best in the league. bfi S 'un -..... f 96- 2 1 3' if l . ,, 1 l I J I I Steve Spiegl 64 Bob Spitzer 40 .L V gf at 'Z 'R 1 fy? 3 efrx, , " hiv' Dick Stephens Joe Touchette Jack Troop 12 75 S5 85 Terry Harper runs around the right end against Wilson High while Terry Gibbons blocks as interference. ALL LEAGUERS Offense Phil Anderson end Randy Tyler back Dean Mersky center Defense Bill Brown guard Robert Brown guard Joe Russo linebacker Bud Rumley linebacker league champ 'Qu HACIENDA LEAGUE CHAMPS Congratulations to the Neff High School Trojans for completing their season with the Hacienda league champion- ship and the C. I. F. title in their division. Our compli- ments to the coaches, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Goodman, and Mr. Frese, for without them, we all know the feat we accomplished would have been hard to duplicate. We would also like to compliment the offensive line for their fine play throughout the long season. The last C.l. F. game against Rowland was said to be won by outstanding line blocking by Phil Anderson, Joe Touchette, Steve Spiegl, Dean Mersky, Steve Johnson, Terry Gibbons, and D'arcy Rigby. 86 Steve Doreck makes tackle which foiled Royal Oaks attempt to run around the end and helped the Neff defense keep its reputation as the best shining. Randy Tyler advances the ball around the end on a sweep. Randy made all league halfback for the second consecutive year. Randy made over one thou- sand yards rushing and became one of the most respected backs in the league and C.I. F. play- offs. SPECIAL AWARDS Most Valuable Player Steve Doreck Outstanding Back Sz Line. Randy Tyler, Dean Mersky Most Improved. Buddy Rumley Stephens runs a quarterback sneak by Gahr. HM' l out champ g , Tyler runs off tackle against Hemet in the second C.I. F. game. Mike Kotoff runs a fake punt for long yardage against Katella in the first C.I. F. game. Steve Doreck runs end against Rowland in the final C.I. F. game. R E S S I HAPPINESSSSSS The small but mighty line, the big strong backs, and a lot of good sound coaching brought to Trojan Town, La Mirada the C.I. F. title in the A division. The line did an outstanding job throughout the long season moving opponents larger in size than themselves. Our backs of course were undupli- cated in our C.I. F. drive. The championship was a fine effort with a few people to lead the way. On offense we had Randy Tyler, Best Back award, M. V. P. in A division, all area, and all C.I. F. Dean Mersky, Best Linernan award, all league, all area, and Phil Anderson, all league. On defense Buddy Rumley, Most Imprvd. , all area and league, and all C.1. F., and Joe Russo, all area and league, and all C.I. F. led the Neff defense, along with Bob Brown, all area and league, on the way to triumph. Phil Anderson makes a fantastic diving catch for a touchdown in the final C.I. F. game. ALL C. I. F. Joe Russo, Buddy Rumley, Randy Tyler. Tyler Most Valuable Player in A division. CONTENTIVENESS RAGE CENSORED x X we B66 ADO C66 TOP: B. Abramovitz, R. O'Neal, R. Raymond, K. Vanderham, T. Baker, G. Reinhold, M. Willhite, D. Heyne, T. Marius, D. Robinson, S. Lipp. Middle: T. Long, C, Charter, M. Adams, E. Price, C. Kline, R. Hooper, D. Fender, G, Rothmeier, G. Ortega, C. Daniel, C. Gorham. BOTTOM: B. Tyler, R. Combs, N. Gonzales, S. Currier, R. Kitt, J. Aspinwall, S. McCollum, R. Baumeister, T. Woodburn, G. Lane, J. Wilson. ' V x R -tax A .M . MEM X' vs' NN .tQQQM,rf .E jg, , 3.535 .' Kg -X J ' ff , N , Coach Ternquist Coach Wright 5 I Dan McFadden runs a left sweep around end. wr:-. . , V. l L! 1 . lip l ff by K 4, . , ,Q , .J was "'b',kJ fi, fb V , af V tl dz eed, EV A L, , .,,, ,, .. nz Ss. - yi .gr v , ,,,l. ,,,,. y . fy 1 ' f - M . , ,,,..,., my 1: A 41 Y' hi 1 f - ., -Q K- -ll,-.riff ., - p ff, l Gary Lane catches a pass for long yardage against Rowland High. .. ,N U . - - - - ,Km .t . .ro s,,Qw T -V-'1 U . gl v ' 1+ is -rf R l . ' '- , . Wfi, ,WJ . :Q we .f i F bf P ' mi? . T ' I ' -K .V i E.kh5.lhi I I 4 Q R , o f' 5, 1 Y w T . .K 741. sassrsli , if ossi i' We . s . Nick Gonzales runs around right end for a nice gain. IIOOIBALI TOP: W. Riley, P. Walsh, R. Toedmeir, M. Smith, S. Berklite, B. Mayo, J. Dodaro, G. Gazares, M. Brough, L. Banuelos, C. Novak, R. Dweyer, T. Hageman, S. Gamble, R. Tovar. MIDDLE: S. Cooney, T. Hanes, S. Knickmeyer, B. Foreman, T. Bettis, G. Christianson, A. Corrente, J. Ciccimaro, E. Jimenez, R. Lippincott, J. Powell, C. Powell, BOTTOM: M. Desselle, P. Lane, G. Romero, J. Rumley, M. Johnson,R. Huro, S. Smith, J. Parke, D. Huro, J. MacDonald, T. Skotnes, P, Davis, B. Van Pelt. Congratulations to the Bee and Cee football teams on their fs' 'Q very successful season this year. The Bee team tied for the 'P league title and the Cee team was undefeated and unscored- upon in their division. The coaches felt a strong unity A among the players and the coaches contributed to their very rewarding season. Both Mr. Ternquist, and Mr. Lusvardi hope to see more boys out for football next year in order that Neff High School will again be tops on the grid-iron. Coach Lusvardi Coach Johnson .pd-.NAv-v-J'v5M Steve Smith runs a sweep around his right end for a nice gain against Troy High School of Fullerton. 89 ARSIIY CROSS COUUUQ X J Runners on your mark. . . get set. . . GO! V 1 , 1 , , X 3 . ,, "1 r 4!1r 4,Lg!,1, , 5 C wig ..:' 2 1 ,w!,:g,- SW' 7 Greg Oldham Greinke leads the pack. 1 ' w- Mr. McGuire Coach 'a A f Mike Chavez 90 ,rx If ' f" 9' ' x fx Chuck Jones 1. , ' ,J xv' H ' fum X.. 1 H sjlx J c Mb! V VI . ix NU M ' ,U F 1 my w I pf ls- is 1 f 1 x i ll xv N '11 f 1 Y' , ' X J ' ' ff f ' ' S 1 s Y .3 ,A , we xg wr -K .f , 4 f'V , WV' W' ! M! Llq 1, , ,fy N... L ,Wrox 94 . ,Que-af . W, K ' wt X Vi, . Q- ki. Look! Look! See Cubby run! Jerry Cooper ub y Armstrong 1 ,X .T K. - ,,,ef'f?" lb M K I X n 1 Jim Pool 'H-' f-X ar, 1, !,! , Q y X Wolfgang Gre inke .M H.. '?"7,i3A ": V G Nl Q X Joe Denny . . ADO I:l2OSh CROSS COUnU2y BACK ROW, left to right: M. Albright, T, Masumoto, B. Quigley, D. Proffitt, B. Gundrey. FRONT ROW: C. Roberts, D. Hammond, D. Turner, R. Aspinwall. y Wg? gi, veg 'gg .ffm .j,1, F -We af-f Q' 5. '. qi ,f f I , ug ' V fl 5.8 M' 7, 'f '11 ' -1 My w . 'Mit wa' W-21 .2 4 6 1' ':. Quia ,ni .1'.7a35k,4r.-grim. 9 ug' .Q .. W4 ' ,f ,,-:,Q,ff.L I if 'Q,4f?Qw,yf 1 ga - i . ""'4,,, tf.'fT:f'2' I K N V . fg-:4 I '91 Ny.-'V ff , . '-N' .H 'v mam. w-Pi Pix Z: 1 A I., :S-ft '- Kf"ff2.?'ff-' ' . 'i'L1., ezsflmf ' y ,,. i Wfwifil 19? K , Q L' .iz W I . A " f se. A A ' X YQ BACK ROW, left to right: E. Richards, D. King, G. Vance, P. Higley, C. Witt. FRONT ROW: L. Cavallaro, B. Foster, S. Gallagher. .Mfg , 1' -we Pi:,,N V l A I - X Dave Bernoudy Eff N ' Dx wi I f, Paul Higley -'U Coach Frese JUNIOR VARSITY wnestllnq K 5 , f . ,nl -- gf s... K f 7 KX John Bill DOIHaI1I1 Forman V fvhlw l r fi. 'VL 2 X X . 9 1 ll JJ Gary Dicky Lane Lee - . A x ' A Q X 7 . John J oe Rumley Russo NF P sw? Emi S , 3 , ,-L Ib V Brian Tim HHCKGF Hageman fl In . 1,1 Mike John Pavlovsky Powell : W , V ii 4. V, A v ' ' X, J , Rick Paul Toedmeier Winston fy 4? N: J ,5 is 3. f , ' NEP V R 1 n'loh T TOP: Steve Hampton, Randy Allbright, Paul Lane. BOTTOM: Terry Skotnes, Bill Brennen, Rick Spangenberg Steve Doreck The only Trojan to go to C, I WRESTLERS if if John Doman "butterflies" his opponent, John, a first year Joe Russo overpowers his man in the 168 lbs. class varsity wrestler, is one of the more favored for future success in wrestling. Joe, one of the seniors on the squad, provided Neff with one of the better wrestling records of the year. Paul Winston breaks away from his Royal Oak opponent. Winston tries for a reverse of positions, that would add to his points, bringing victory closer to being realized. John Rumley tries to put his Wilson opponent in pinning position. gg, 5 Qt fl Mike Nigley guard Dave Keaton forward ,p -9 K ' R .. R i Jack Meinen forward ws A , i,NlF,7i2-:,,- 'E' Sig A Mike Norred c enter 94 ARSII Dick Stephens Don McConnell Darrell Wheeler guard guard guard if 1 -M, is -Xt: 5, ' '--,, xx ff' Y if Mike Nigley, one of the highest scoring hoopsters we've got, is shown here jumping high and scoring two points against La Mirada. We lost to them but Nigley, among others turned in excellant perform- ances against the 4-A high school. Dick Stephens, one of our top guards is shown making his move toward the basket. Bruce Nogle jumps high along with John Van Fleet, from La Mirada High, trying desperately to capture the ball. 3 BASKGIBAH vi '-Wt E '...."Sk s A-K 5 A, L 1 lx ff ll Nick Olsen center f N er he L P , - 2 Q Z E , V D , . -rs if Bruce Nogle Richard Siemer Coach forward forward John Kuyper N? fp Pc ALL LEAGUE Dick Stephens .X 5-is Dave Keaton attemps two points from six feet out against Gahr. Jack Meinen on 21 lay -up Scoring two points during one of the day games. Mike Norrcci comes from behind the backboard to put two through the hoop against our grudge oppo- nent, La Mirada High School. . . BASl461ZBAll E. 1 . M' 1' FRONT ROW: B. Zacheral, B. Garcia, T. Woodburn, L. Ekberg, BACK ROW: H. Krause, D. Ruby, P. Adamson, J. Doezie, L. Estrada, J. Martin, C. McArthur, NOT SHOWN: D. McFadden. FAR LEFT: Coach Brewer. in Jim Martin, our center, jumps high trying to control the ball giving our team an advantage. of two points. Congratulations to the Neff High School J, V. bas- ketball team in their con- quest of the league title. Our J. V. team in taking league kept our record of having one division at least in every sport take league or have a bid in C. I. F. Our thanks to Coach Brewer for without him the accomplishment would have been hard to complete. Bob Garcia, one of the more instrumental players on the junior varsity team, drives toward the basket in quest BGG BaSk6'CBAll Although our Bee team didn't finish first, their season was certainly a successful one, for any time a team finishes tied for second you can be as- sured that team had a win- ning season. Coach Lusvardi's team completed the season's play with a record of seven wins and three losses. This season in basket- ball supported our rep- utation of always having a strong force in weight teams. FRONT ROW: R. Combs, N. Gonzales, B, Kendall, D. Cudlip, N. Charlton, M. Studola. BACK ROW: Coach Lusvardi, F. Gaston, E. Price, R. Kitt, W. Greinke, C. Novak, D. Heyne, J. Oney. Y YM.. ... Am -'4 Ig C f 1nf'iPi!'6 is . i K nf' 5. E Wolfgang Greinke jtunps high for two points, Rick Combs jumps high trying to shoot above his opponent from rival Wilson High School. C66 BASl461IBAll FRONT ROW: S. Knickmeyer, M. Johnson, P. Calvert, R. Hura, J. Parke, S. Parks, M. Templeton, B. Coffman. BACK ROW: L. Torbert, G. Cazares, B. Gilbertson, G. Ortega, J, McDonald, P. Pelz, M, Wilhite, R. Hanes, Coach Wright. Steve Parks jumps high against opponent and tries to sink a ten foot jtunp shot. 98 The Neff High School Cee basketball team paid honor to their school as they finished at the top of their league. In regards to the coach this was indeed significant for capturing two league titles in one year is an accomplishment envied by many. Coach Wright also captured the league title in Bee foot- ball. This was his first year as a coach at Neff, and it proved to be a very prosperous one. But the deed was not his alone for it took a special effort from each member of the team. The team as a whole worked hard all year and as a reward took the championship. It took many hard hours and the team has our deepest appreciation and respect. K ' 9 K .sa V -1 X H . t 1 S i-...' ,,,,,f-1' og, A ,Rfk ,ifagxg wi L5 - at-L, ig,.......,f . pf' rr' s' 1 , 5- lei' L 'a 'L -i t A 1 , V ,l , .:f. . E A 'f'. A rg ...., I f f ..dfd V , Matt attempts a lay-up against his oppo nent from Wilson High School. Ce-e's won the game by a fair margin. . e ARSIIV BASGBAH Q V gt '1 , , i i X ' Q AX A , gry ali? T ' T new fm -ky f 1 ' ffilffljf T ' 1 "' f 5 . W. , . Q C , f S M , C i T . gf :Q . 2 W i ' . i i f A W, A, Ji.. I l ' , T N ' . N ' C' J l D ly 1 gi! 'f . 7 " 4 f -. - Ni , VP I X X 3 y N i l, i 1 'LF' . Z . , N - L ,x J 'I 5 ' r 'IW' 'if Y C F -I f 1' V' L ,vyg i , ... . Y ,. . , ,M5. , , L. x V ,lf V t, X, fi N1 - N?'..j1f ,ijf1 :i'. wl- TOP: R. Tyler, N, Olson, S. Knight, M. Desselle, J. Meinen, M. Norred, C. Lapeer, K. Hamilton, R. Cornell. MIDDLE: D, Wheeler, E, Morales, D. McConnell, J. Kneifl, C. Daniels, M. Niggly. BOTTOM: S. Sader, L. Essman, D. Adishian, T. Banuelos, M. Marinko. ' X , -re. . w is f. Y 55 2 5 9 " ? Af!! QS.- W- if ff, , W Congratulations to the Neff High School Varsity baseball team on their very suc- cessful season this year. Our Trojan baseball team accented their season this year by completing their first three games undefeated. l sun . lux., 'W t - F-if'-My John Kneifl leads off first base then Coach Hank Frese. scampers to avoid pick-off. 'Itt ffflxfi H Jack Mcinen at bat for the Trojans strives for a base hit. 'Y V, ll - K John Kneifl approaches first base after hitting the ball down center field against Wilson. 45 0 r 'G' ,. ? V, -fj.- 3,41 . P . if , i.i A f ' I K ,V ,R gi X i ' 5 . ..... g ' ' ,K , X .an .tx ,, V limi www tm . . l , K ' ggwggw jz iwj x 5' ' ' f. Aw e-::fC3,,l..?,, V M , -, Q55 an gp 1',:1'.j,5. s .fa Q f- ci" 7" ,Q ., w , iymaigf if l 'fl-':'i1z:zg':fQ:'22 ' . V -"M - ae.,-5 W- ,221 M 5' tfusi iiflgi -w-ma ,g .r5"55Z'353'5f' W l 57I"w.'-5 "" 1, il' vs ' fx , . A 11 gl 1' Qui . :gh 5 - -5 1 ' " ,Inc f f . -, J fg .1'riffgfifia-f'.,dfMw gg L 1' s 4 +-W' 2gs1ff2a,s,wf:w9" on r f . . i f Q s . f f A? If - l' Qiazfy fprxwfl :ff f H Ag an , -at f ,- ' f .maya K k Af , ,.., I Ftiiirf,g,:S',,f:Le':g,. H' W- L- f ,f,,a,.., ' A5 . 5 V ,Rf jigs it Ifwzfw A ipipwt-7 f,, 5 no N x,,,4f ,A by-3,4 . NL!-kvvlkv psf-1 , ' 1, T", N I -, ' . Y' 5L2"A-TLA" V 'w L' I'g..A.lQ, -A ' ,A -EQ f' pf pf L Y X "' fa L - A 'V'Q,Q?f5fq" J - , ' 'fi-L-4-Z ' .M Q' 7 ll,--x M QEL , f"'f"is f ' ww , ,l.. f :V-fx :I 'fab-t ' , -' . :+V f AS , s 4' d . ., , ,wp . ., 44- Q E, Li.. s . 1aZ, ,,f'Q 4-, Q f A , - if-f. gl: ,, 1"4.i.,'wJ"wW t ,wjfg-,mic ',.f"7. . LL wf,,,y . , lex. ,ar N - 1-,1. -Q'i ' Steve Knight rounds first base after hitting the ball to deep right field. .1 , qclfvlaiw fiyftli 4 K , V --.f.',,,,p -- . .. 'Q V M ,s ,,,., . in v,,,,,,,, M W 4 mn, - W - ' ' . . 1 ,- an .l n . . , u, nn,i or l l nnnnn i - Jack Meinen checks his swing as the ball glances off the dirt and into the catcher's mit. E ' 1 l ! 4 If fwfr Q .z 1 6 Lili 7 k 4 '...,, .1 My A 3 +L Q l v?i ,,'i"'I Q. - A . gr i wgfis I l - ' i Q 17- ,F , , ,Z-M , 'fl af.:-f-'ogg I I - 1 ja " 3 1 V . .Qui .it sf p V ' ' uf. , , we l dim-3X 3 ,- w avg g ' 'U H .. f .Q V ,ag-.M 0. M, .Aw . if . imma, p - j "-yu., f Q Mfg- fi --. ,W W, , ' ., 1 "fN,,i,,, V d , " I 5,5 ,- get . , , W 4 ,A J rw, I x ' ' ,foils f5',Mg4 .ffl - , ,' ff 'ffm dw - 11 ' . ' A E , Q in . jfymgrnaivl f -QM,-gga H ,I ' 'nf' -9' 42 MW, "wi kr- Fw' ' "' ,F 7' - ,""'W "W, 'if' 'L "Ffh: wif A' 'H 29' 2 . - 4 f My ' - 'Saws-'-W' . f H-"o M-4 wx. -' ' .. ..- f, we kk -.- , 4' ,H ,. , , ,-Q tr, 7.1 .esp -n,Y.,,Ng V3 ,lj . ,,.- ,-'....-- .. -W One of Neff's leading pitchers, Craig La Peere is shown on the mound about to throw the baseball. Meinen steps across the home plate to supplement Neff's score by one and to help Neff on its way to victory. L.. BASGBAH 5 , 5 5 " V' J i I ...gi ,f TOP: P. Pelz, J. Cooper, J. Doernbrack, D. Heyne, B. Tyler, Manager D. Niemeyer. MIDDLE: C. Charter, J. Wilson, T. Hageman, R. Hanes, D. Cudlip, T. Woodburn. L. Banuelos, S. Knickmeyer, S. Smith, G. Romero, M. Harmon. , 1 V Avy' ,, , . ' ' 'S my -.vm-, . b f .. aff ! "" ' if W"" ---- " Q ,, , .-...ga . 7114 .jaw . in N Q. ,:,,. ,. Auv, ., I k 5? U ' .... '65 ' P TM N N' .. V-I '?"i'T." If T ' fi, M. b ,wb I . X M,,.,,.m, y . . ,,,,,,,..,w.,- b .M R s- N an H N V w'x'Flufwm-JW .i'kf1f J J? ?'!5t?a3"!" .uf W P":,"": Q, 'n K.--we ,,.. W '-:PQ-1f1,,,45"C'? ' ' ' , , - O, X ' ' ff ,J ,My-ga n, 'f-yew, .4 . vw- ' 2 -' eeizyg, -V21 . 1 '. - .1-3, ,,g71,,,aj, . .,,V,,54w..f- Q N, i fe , ,,,g,m,- .7 M I W , A Q 1- . W Q Q-f'1"'Q ,as--2 ., mf.. N ,Z K- 'MMR ff ., .-, . ..,...., ,l-.,,.... , 1' -, - pay V :V ,. W 4.1.41 Q kv. 1 -J M: '-any 15.3 -V 1 '--.--L .m, Qi, ml?" " iii-LL,.,.,,, Q. . ' ' 3' ? 1f?"f-+-91"-firzwfc gh" -. S ' if 'l llQ' i 'K?ii3?Qi??5i51 . I - - . rr- f 4g i' ' f -' wig.. ,F 'Z .wx is K ,' 'ruz...w- ' . - , Jerry Cooper slides into third base to beat the throw from home plate. -'S-.ul N BOTTOM: 'S fa ." 5 " Q. 5 A iw H if . L.. B. Kendall, wg . , H-fr , S . .M W A A lg 3 Sk Coach Wade 'I , ti' , T N., .J M M A V, we :V gre A A V .ak -h W H P8 , if , k' N li 1 V me " 'S - pw .aw --.1 f .gr 4 sm,-f 1' 1 sw Ml 1:3 A w,:afV": T Qimf,,f1 , I K ' . A w 1-4. W , f-. lmgw- -e . T we -, W. -- ,ip it i . V, , ,kwa mf, .fi,r,YQ,Q iEigr,z,xy,f. lg 9 A ?f5fiw2":i??Pf2.'fLf.: f N- UL-iffy ,,,,sl,'.gQIff?HfzQ , ,gif 4 , ff 'Ea Ron Hanes takes a cut at the ball and misses alzslty tenm 1 ..,.,..,..n.m. .M ,...,,, ,F 9 fi NE JF Q ,E 4 . ' remit F REF ., Q A . i' n 4 ?:,., my V0 A .svbyvf , Q vi - . A": xx 3 1 T VARSITY: Coach Brewer, J. Eldridge, E. Bloomendaal, S. Parks, R. Siemer, G. Trindl, C. McArthur, T. Lewis, M. Adams, Manager D. Alarid. Added depth and determination were the two key differences in this year's Varsity Tennis team. Led by returning CIF'ers Greg Trindl and Todd Lewis, the Tennis team had its best season yet. Early season results showed the Trojans heading for a berth at the top of the Hacienda League standings. it 4 A 4 I . , ,, , -L 1 .1 ..Y . -, 2 'X if UMW l t ,im ' ,unyews"?M"M""'W , r -- "' ' T ' 1? T HE L ai-,v T , W P 2gw:+4fvff+EvKWf?1 V521 1 3 3 2 y '? I i , , vw. qqe. -filcgge-I-tl Q f ht. 'W , , f T , fs' ' 'L is . M "ff -xx fdiwm. 4 F' 4, 2 2 2 ' 4 ' ' 1 ? L, ' 3-fcfft ' 'bbY1w33'S4.4+J if-"1 - -' 5, 1 ij ,.,..2.,,fJ in Nw: x.1A,:Nx:,i,Q . .. ,ti ae, ? V ty V H A V JW 4- MN' n .,,.. ,... , .,kA ,T .. . Q ,, l tl. L ...- -V 'fWf'53f: A ml . 1 T f 5 E T ' . .g3, .... x -.,, M-1 -,fax 'wxq-av' G iv it . X , ' - A ' H " 'Ltffzfiiff Wa, f7'l93:?lf55Sx Y t -EN S L . , ..' w ' i.. an 'GNL-5 M' "5-Bxxlxxxx L ir , ' 1 - . W Q2 3 X, , f 2 - gr A .fag :ci Q !! 9 M , . . -J V W r A lt 1-NNW ? a 'aisle - A 2 " A ' .. f 1 't i' 5 1: fi' lx r.r.r gba l it X 5 5 is ,- Q Trindl gets set to lift a high lob off his backhand. Lewis jumps high to smash a serve. Parks leaps high to return an overhead. i i x 4...af-vmfwffm-'-A-Q - f, W af sf 4 'lug ' 4 -nk , V L .. M. pst, a - .U H a .,, ', :. '. ,.,1 E,..z V A af fv f , - .. . , - - :. fwsx, .,, A .,- K , fri, 2 . r 2 . , xx: 'K r . f,f1,,,...,, ,-,.f7,K-. A M 7 4 - , 1'- X , Z., aww ! . ,QQ WE? r . . ,A ' 1 . r hr . -WJ m'3gwy.5,l.., tmtfig.. Q ,vi , X rwfj We U5 kv ,V 4 , N k A 5xf,gYu'EB A or f S' 'Q3???PENviiiq,f1 d -N. V, 5 'M s H. 'infix ff -X 'I Q ' ' -0. -, " i' !31y A W' Wfka' Mfl!:Fq'K-v-?4X5'!Q2i J Biff' , , A T231 t'WY'i2'5E Sf'g"+1:fw It 'rar Q . d Q V 4 2 , iam gg 34:1 5 v ii , K ' K. 54? ' . -,i,.N V. . . N xi 5 N is, v ,g X Q... ' ' X U9 ' Q, Q. , '. 'V I 3 3' . fx. X W f 1. V Q '- 5 I X E X5 'Q V ' Q H wxw 25 i 5 u, g A ig f Qi 9 A X an 5 , M + E , R Q. , Q, Q . 1 9 w i W X 5- X3 5, . 1 3 azrxfjtv-3' " 9i4W,..g," g x?, A . 1 ip 1 qi '51 ' s ' N 4 Qi' A Q v c x 2 'Qt ' " Q fs h L in 1, ' X xiii' :Y X xr K X Q , . 'QW ' X x .xv 'Ag f W i .mx-s v MX 14 ' new-' .4 L YXxg X di -. -. 1 X Adams bends low to return a forehand drive. l . QZQIQ. ,, .,.' iv- . X ' up v K x A McArthur steps into a forehand shot. JEFF 'Em ,. Q ,EF .4-f,,,, if Sierner completes his follow- b 1 , Q 1,1 f through off the serve. X if if 1 arf 'rrfr ' . "" 'U' " kt ' Q mn - 455 rm .ggsvfiz Q.. . .. M, LW, . . SQUAD MEMBERS: T. Bettis, M. Koepke, S. Tenenbaum, P. Calvert. anslty v UQACI4 I , C . A ' t t ss 4 ,.2,.1. W xx ' igiY'W0'fll .. '44 K . L,NX' I H I M M K 4 13' K X 1,, Q Qi, H J E 1 S l H K, if., V , Q K N ' X611 5 17 1 ,MSE-S '. ..,, ,ti ,'?,, l?5QiQfm9' - ' 'QQQQS ' 1--f Y 4129 JQQ W, . f 4 W A? "W" A - , '51 - A ' gb , Qffqswk R - 1 Q f - f f y A 1g,5'ilR0J4 , T -V, 4 'S lg, ruin? Hr 3 -i f I' ww' I I 5 ij' MLM., E BACK ROW, left to right: H. Jung, B, Berklite, B, Gundrey, P, Adams, R. Spangenburg, D. Ruby, T. Doreck, D. Stephens, J. Martin, MIDDLE ROW: G. Witt, M. Chavez, B. Quigley, C. Armstrong, J. Denney, G. Oldham. FRONT ROW: B. Nogle, T. Courson, J. Pool, L. Bosworth, T. Masumoto, D. Dyer. A ' 2 E7 . of , 'rv T l i ' . if af' -1. ' , ' Q A . 4. if -'l' , -Atari" I . , M, , -ff: ,, .. K W M W ff - l. my Pool passes the baton to Masumoto in 880 relay. 4' M ,' A , , f . T ls?-sr: L ' . ' l . ' i g T ifff.f Ef Zg ri i ws. -if ex . he Q15 , , ! W 1 E W. ' t, , . 4 L: v . MN M ,, ,swf i.fgt ...v,?fv ,, E k:kk,kkk I s M, , I . V "3fx3'3' T , "'f jf ,,' ., . gf' Chavez clears 10 feet. Mr. Ternquist Mr. McGuire Head Track Coach Asst. Track Coach 5 I ? f x -i A winning vault. anslty action Pool takes the lead. W ,.,. ' fy I ,mama h P . v IRQ: ' K , ,,A ,,, A I K V' . 1 ' 3 1 3 5 A ml, , A mighty throw for Ranieri, 3 L f ,P ,wk .in 's ,. gp if gs . 4 1 '23 9-'gif 15' gn- , a- ., -H f 4, A-a.f,,-ws, H M-V ai' -f.....,,....,.., gy., f --V.-.W-,N NV if-7 ""' ' Aff' " ' Ek in 7, '-fu.. .,, 'Q - .. H A QS i 1-Q , ,, , -L ,een QM . Q' 1, ' ' Q. " ' x Quigley sprints to the finish line. if J, E581 Ma, Q.. rv if "' ur:- uf 'G'-'VN-.w. ,. k"Q1?i3Z f Denney high jumps 5 feet. i e s - fi . . NX'-Q-. . i' ' ' , W if - . ' ' ff N "w,' 7 R fx if 1:5353 f- . , u u..M.,M i .,,, Q if M s M ,. 47f-ff'2v2w1-w-ww w L.L, A ii v A f"f'M ' f v -. X .R ' ,E+"'3Q2"y . A 1. f ' 1f.'2fEi5:232z, . . N ' ' W +. is iii if 'X L M , .. V -qw W'-0'-, . K e5f:,w3wiz.ff A lx Q lf, f- K fain! , - B le n f li u ,Qi , iM'xffw 1 E' 1, K ' - , ' :a r . s iiii W i n W S Q x ii 1,5 5- M V: M.,- ' s u 'fi , , ',1w'?, g J, i 7 Another win for Neff. 'HJ M-4 Hank hurls the discus. ,W M in H, ' K K in . .. Q 'i 'Y' '-ff s "Z wx at V .fum Q , 5 , A j ' ' ' lag ' T I 2 ,3- - 'Q K ii 4' QL, 3521? I K-M .ik aa 22:22 " ., 4 .5 I A 5 ,A , if iw., - ,f f X ,Nw ,eff , .f.s 1. Witt finishes first. B66 TRACK T 1 .'-K - .- . ev-. . -af. .f ,... . BACK ROW, left to right: S. Currier, R, O'Neal, E, Childs, P. Higley, R. Kitt, E. Richards, J. Chandler. MIDDLE ROW: D. Robinson, D. Proffitt, Z. Lipp, R. DeFina, J. Jackson, B. Aspinwall, S. McCollom. FRONT ROW: M. Templeton, J. Oney, D. Jones, D. Carr, R. Combs, T. Harper, C. Roberts, M. Annes. ,Ek awk 1 rf " or :asia sm' 5' . 3 O, .QL if 1 J -ekw, 0 .. ,. W "' 1. ' , , . '4 ,, ,L sf ,.ff"" W .fm ' r' kikhk M. nl ,, .f.fl4ia'.,1.f: 5341's 41' 7r's',-'RQ-554'i1'g:-' ., of'-'fp .mel-:.....f,' Jung throws the shotput. Childs goes over the bar! 107 M -as , A Q . diff' w sh Q 4' 'L"'h 3 ""'v: K I hy V, V. V ,Q . 2 V,-' H ,, Q r E W ne I s . fu Q A V A -2-f -- 'jL"""'Q v--, 5 ,., W ,, 'W ' '- '." , 'W A ff X ' ' 7' A VW. . I ,.X, Q 3 lu A. ,L,,, I , lt ""h ' ', ' 1 , sh ,,, V T K'hh j " W -.gg , Harper passes off to Carson. L..,i ,fgggieiwj K ,M sf .,i2?9'?'f' h . I I , , , 'K JN Childs pole vaults 10 feet. ' s i 5 4 Over the bar for Childs. F , ,,, , Q If : 'JXY 3' E VN "' 'if' :', W L Mais.. iilfigf, " - .. A . '. 3 .xl R, 4 , me h h x 'A , . L ,gm, . 5 V , ,i:iA.g,s+'2frf "'fHf'.f. , " ' ,L Aspinwall in fine form. Harper breaks through the tape! -...i....-Ti t.,-vw., A A C66 UQACI4 1 E .,,,,. . ,,. fi' , . .R - 4 to fi ,f f fsxaf-f 115' FOURTH ROW, left to right: G. Leech, B. Foster, S. Gallagher, G. Vance, S. Nelson, S. Musgrave. THIRD ROW: R, Phillips, D. Gorham, R, Hura, G. Kesting, J. Jones, C. Roberts. SECOND ROW: J. Collins, L, Cavallero, T. Toedtemeier, T. Wayne, D, Hura, G. Hamilton, M. Templeton. FIRST ROW: S. Rodriquez, J. Rumley, M. Johnson, B. Carson, F. Calderon, G. Hafen, J. Jacobian. , A kr kw- .L hlvv .,.a,l,,W,,,, ... ,,, , A A V , B ,- - . Nw' Q 1 A y an 3 ,V Q S .N :J J, A Rumley vaults. . . . and team mate waits. - ,Q .NX fl fi-X . t I f . JL h ' Q47-i f 1 24. Nj .N gy' " 'M' I I W , .ig I 4 - 4. .i ' ' 51 "J in WT ".f , T V . t'. Look out below! Carson takes a first. GCI? VARSITY: B. Molina, E. Price, C. Port, G. Geary, R. Sypes, C. Armstrong. New to our school this year is the Golf Team. Although inexperienced the Golfers did well against almost all of their competitors. The Trojans played their home matches at the La Mirada Country Club. Geary laces into the ball. SYPGS hits 3 Straight Dutt- J V. 'S: L. A 2+ 2' - ff ' F - A 2 Q S A A A xl ,vt 55 in r 5 B , 2 Wir- 1 A 5',3f ,,, N f y:54f?',f.+gx.: , it-.vi ,C ' PM .L 1 zgi, 34,-j., 2, A- v .-34" gnu. .. -, .'.. T Auf' Q" X' KK vNn'6k4f.1f" Su G 1 if " V ' ' "" Af , f'Lf?,f,: Lu S, ,,1,?:fP'12f , . --2' vg. 1 , ei gm r , f Q f.b4,f:.',,ff?3,:Qjr:f,'. ,f, re 1, 3,4 ,fff1,qMsp,i.f.-,s"'4 is 2? fligi, 'i?2Ja2i4,:,. ' ff ' f 1 2 wi? .X 45, give.-' if vxif, . 4 . f 1' .fu 2' 'f"'. FF "H, , M4911-I 'f 3'ff4'g .Tg?,,9?92ilv r Q-'Ju.'1-:cfm ,L-1.4 451-x24x'i1f.f,,f, 'v'w,rr 1 L X , ami' ' 'i. l L 2 www 4' Beedle tees off. 'sr The J. V. 'S practlce on the drlvmg range Bordages, S. W111er, S Beedle S Armstrong L Probert G Oldham GAA BACK ROW: Sandy Dalzell, Pam Young, Kathy Welch. FRONT ROW: Ruth Ruark, Beverly Stone, Denise Pfeiffer. The girls of Neff High School thank the Girls' Athletic Association for selling candy during gym, for it usually gives that extra boost of energy! Under the direction of Miss Smith and Sandy Dalzell, Presidentg Pam Young, Vice Presidentg Denise Pfeiffer, Secretaryg Ruth Ruark, Activities Manager and Kathy Welch, Reporter Recorder, the girls have attended many Sports Days. The first one was on November 3 at Artesia playing volleyball and tennis. The next one was on January 19 at Bellflower playing Speed -a -way and tennis. The last but not least, on May 25, Neff was the host for the softball competition. All girls receiving an award accepted it at the Awards Banquet, G.A.A. gives the opportunity for interested girls to participate in exciting athletic competition. ,ggggnvsln-dill Kathy and Sandy get set to return a lob shot. vnninf Denise starts her windup for the serve. .tx gamut I ' QS. K ml 1-r , L Sandy returns a backhand. ,A Oh well, you ean't hit them all! . ff' .4 B! . ff- ..f-" ,. ,ff .f ff" .Q f ' , if! J f I., -f ff' -4 -1 KZ' ,N Bev volleys back the volleyball, Maria sets up the ball for the killing. , K .. D.-3 K l 1 ' f ' 3 5 lil! 'w5f?.,p..-Q-:j3.v"M""w """f'1! ,g 3,5 Tjj, .A gl i - x .fff ' - sei lll.lkl , 3 0, ' , Q V l Q ' i-l A A in 4" L' V- L U 'Zi' i ggi Q" 5 . 2 K K v K -L K: , y Pam follows through on a cross -court Bonnie smashes an overhead. shot. H3 i 90:1 Shun-N un LH 2 2 I " . ' 1 A M., -'ff' I " M: AL HM 2 "' Qkai W-A 'fl -., Un06l2ClASSm6n U- ga:- TIUA li 5 , , :T ,M .-. ff -. M S 'EE 1: E. sg-21: E ii?- 1 - Q. 'IM if 'x X .. V, , Y W . 59 . f,.f JUNIOR a sfmnno be ' 5 N,+Lh?43qq.f4if541,gify-.fN.'1',,JV'. 1, M ,,, figfw-'ggf,,., in ,,4fi"Wf.,.j'i S, , 1, 'Q ,, le .lgi , J :f.5,,4 A if ,,1 q,,,T"1f"2Nf 41.23-'jfs f i-2-e.,zfgjf'J-,?4i"5wf?a??fZgT' YU95 " ,iii-4 aww Kia. v ,vw Jumon class OFFICERS Jumnn svbrsum Q 5 ,Nb .. by ik -we. W - A p ,F -9: ..,:..:., , M. :I i f-. law .4.,,,, : qzl- '-', ' , L . ., V ...M H K ' ,..,. W J C we-M-- ,h,, ,W My L, 4 452 Q h ll X 1 5 C O m ,QT It nt Ge 6 S I 6 This year the Junior class had a big job to do and it was well done. They sponsored many money raising events including, Christmas card sales and after game dances, in order to furnish us with our first Junior-Senior Prom. The Junior class officers did a great deal of planning for that event and it proved worthwhile. This year's Junior class of 1966- 1967 proved itself remarkably ready to be the second Senior class of Neff High. TOP TO BOTTOM: Craig Lapeere, Presidentg Barbara Prince, Vice President, Kandi Foreman, Secre- tary, Kandi Warr, Social Chairman, Ron Fifer, Treasurerg and Mr. Carlson, Advisor. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr, Carlson, Advisor Dan Wolosuk Barbara Prince Kandi Warr Terry Skotnes Randy Edwards Craig Lapeere Ron Fifer Kandi Foreman Virginia Lizardi Nick Olson Gail Orphan K. Abbott G. Abrams P. Adamson D. Adishian C. Agee D. Alarid iv ,-iflmi, "iq, . I '- Ai so J. Bartlett M. Benshoof P. Bergman S. Berklite S. Bernard P. Bias x. I Q4 js 1 4 ga "iii .5 .. ' 7,55 'Yi ,, . 1 g . S. Bosworth ' L. Bourdages R. Bowman I W , 1 ,, , xx . ,kwl ... QF... . , "L I 1 gh 'Y' l ng . . ' W 'A Q Z' ., '- gg f fr ' 2. 'V 4 1 3 . Ig " . . , ' nn. -,- . . . . is az, -:fs , ' 5 'A ' Y Q5 . Mi. , g I ,i NX , . . . ..1-1.5 1 . .- R f - A wx 1 ,Vs 15-20.4, - v .. f. 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M l 7 W K A t P. Castagna E. Chenarides 'Y N NLD-' ' - ,T E chuds ' A A A f M P' Cl .. .nz -vw 4 iw" " I' la . ay . ' . , .L A fl X R. Costello I V 3 Q A 'gy . T, 445, J. Craig so - ' '- X y I ' 'C -if R. Cm.. v - Q' fl 1 X, Aj MADE , .... i ' f fr. V K V NOT S. Currier L .si ' 6 ' , PH0T2Zf'0174f4 . P. Davis ' av '15 - .' .V Qt Tw", Q' , W-K' -' C. Deitsch 4 t 'f 5 ' V' 5' ' . Y CP '7 , E. Dennison . W . .. -Q H- , M J j . , xg 5 5, J' U 4 . W .31 K -. W fl Y' A . qw -Ml Q f , .es W ' 'Q 4 ff 5 :: Ef f, KL 'am - A 'pg f . E , F l i fig' fiT?'f3- Qii' 'F lei' ' Z .1-ef V Eifkf' ' h wit . la X 5- W , :YN . F. .4 wg" as - uf", ' M5 ', nf '1 ' .1 F HIVN . 1 A 4,1 f '95 f' .is Qi' ' in . 2 'x f W r' V ' I swf' .. ,, H9 t x.....-.M fu, , 2 a Vw, ,, . Y x, ... ,A . , ' . fn .s. . . ,J l . F Q f K V, . . , . Tm 'ffl J. Doezie I .. ,V .V K, S. Doma ' Q"'fx nn g, , J, Dome v. Garfield 'f-f J. Domen . 'lf .. Q ,,,. - , J 1. T. Doria K. Dunathan R. Duncan F' Gaston G. Dunn ,, R. 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Worllxiugton D, Wren fueshman class offlcens w"'hw S E fi BACK ROW, left to right: Emma Carter, President, Wayne Gundrey, Treasurerg Kathy Turgeon, Secretary. FRONT ROW: Tina Porter, Vice- Presidentg Kris Jellerson, Social Chariman. 5 K , fl, steemnq committee 'I -Wt ' K BACK ROW, left to right: Mike Brock, Walter Cooney, Gregg Christianson, Charles Carillo, FRONT ROW: Emma Carter, Chris Allen. r 'ir' ' Although this was their first experience with high school lead- ership, the Freshman Class Of- ficers and Steering Committee have put in many hours planning activities that made the year a big success for the Class of 1970. The class sponsored after -game dances and held a very success- ful candy apple sale. It is always difficult to organize a brand-new class, and these groups have done a wonderful job in 1966-67. f wg, . -- . G ,l?",- W 4' ff' u J. 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Twinkle Toes McFadden and Muscles Zambory showed up with the best set of garb for the evening. Q Q Captain Zoom Zoom's 1 arrived I 3, Q X' 9711 Call us "Just Mad" Smile, even if it is with your lower lip! Darn! Gramps should have turned 9- P if Feathers? I don't see any birds! x 1' ,Xa ofl' the still! GHIOR hOl1Ol2S COmmUl1lIIy CGRUIIICAIIGS ANO DIAQUGS FRONT ROW: Barbara Masem, Kathleen Charlton, Sharon Bailey, Pat Ward. SECOND ROW: Susan Gardner, Sheryl Dalven, Linda Ulrich. THIRD ROW: Don Solanas, Todd Lewis, Bonnie Raney, Sara Winemiller. FOURTH ROW: Randy Henderson, Richard Carter, Tom Hooper, D'arcy Rigby. AW ARC RGCIDIGHIS BARBARA MASEM Bank of America for Art KATHLEEN CHARLTON Bank of America for Lab Science SHARON BAILEY General Mills Pin Plaque for Liberal Arts National Merit Scholarship Phi Beta Kappa Honors at Entrance at University of Calif. PAT WARD Industry Education Fair Enterprise Medallion SUSAN GARDNER Bank of America for Foreign Language SHERYL DALVEN General Home Economics Bank of America for Home Economics LINDA ULRICH Vocational Arts National Merit Scholarship Phi Beta Kappa DON SOLANAS Plaque for Science and Mathematics Bank of America for Science and Mathematics Industry Education Scientific Council National Merit Scholarship Certificate Phi Beta Kappa TODD LEWIS Bank of America for Social Sciences BONNIE RANEY Bank of America for Business SARA WINE MILLER Lenox China RANDY HENDERSON Bank of America for Drama RICHARD CARTER Perfect Attendance for Four Years TOM HOOPER Bank of America for Music D'ARCY RIGBY Perfect Attendance for Four Years KEN QUIGLEY Plaque for Outstanding Cadet nl0l2 honons scholanshlps FRONT ROW: Kathleen Charlton, Sandy Rossiter, Sharon Bailey, Sue Park, Lucinda Johnson, Yolanda Rodriquez. SECOND ROW: Mary Domen, Sue Gardner, Sheryl Dalven, Sue Shockey, Linda Ulrich. THIRD ROW: Gloria Hoover, Cheryl Edwards, Sharon Lyons, Todd Lewis, Sara Wiuemiller. FOURTH ROW: Rick DeFina, Richard Carter, Don Solanas, Rieha1'dSie1ner, Brian Giles, Craig Hover, D'arcy Rigby, Michael Chavez Knot shownj, Barbara Boling fnot shownj. SCHOIARSHID RGCIDISNIS KATHLEEN CHARLTON La Mirada Womens' Club 1100.005 Scholarship SANDY ROSSITER La Mirada Kiwanis Club 1150.005 Scholarship SHARON BAILEY Bank of America 1finalist 50. 005 La Mirada Business and Professional Womens' Club 150.005 Scholarship Richard Gahr Scholarship 1200. 005 SUE PARK La Mirada Rotary Club 1200.005 Scholarship LUCINDA JOHNSON La Mirada Kiwanis Club 1150. 005 Scholarship YOLANDA RODRIQUEZ League of United Latin American Citizens 1150.005 Scholarship MARY DOMEN Whittier Hospital Auxiliary 1full tuition5 Scholarship SUE GARDNER Neff P. T. A. 1100.005 Scholarship SHERYL DALVEN Norwalk-La Mirada P. T. A. Council 1100. 005 Scholarship Rain Corporation Scholarship 1500.005 Scholarship SUE SHOCKEY Bartmore Beauty College 1400. 005 Scholarship LINDA ULRICH Bank of America 1second place--500. 005 Elks Club Scholarship 150. 005 State Scholarship Commission 1full tuition5 BARBARA BOLING Bartmore Beauty College 1200. 005 Scholarship GLORIA HOOVER Neff P. T. A. 1100. 005 Scholarship CHERYL EDWARDS Eastwood P. T. A. 150. 005 Scholarship SHARON LYONS Scribes 1100.005 Scholarship TODD LEWIS Elks Club 150.005 Scholarship Biola College 1full tuition5 Elks Club 1second in the nation--900. 005 SARA WINE MILLER Girls' League 125. 005 Savings Bond RICK DeFINA La Mirada Rotary Club 1200.005 Scholarship RICHARD CARTER Brigham Young University 1200.005 Scholarship DON SOLANAS Bank of America 1third--250. 005 Superior Oil Company Louisiana State University 1500. 005 Scholarship RICHARD SIEMER La Mirada Ebell Club 1200. 005 Scholarship BRIAN GILES Neff P. T. A. 1100. 005 Scholarship CRAIG HOVER Fisher Body Craftsmen's Guild 11000. 005 Scholarship D'ARCY RIGBY Neff P. T. A. 1100.005 Scholarship MICHAEL CHAVEZ Neff P. T. A. 1100. 005 Scholarship qlzacuatlon f X l it W , W ig- ,, . -,x .. 0 PRAISE f .v-'. if 'E I 4.2" K ' s. m6mOl2l6S T E A It R S gl X , A--"" -."r4....,,- J 1. 4' i M O R E T E A R S GRAOUATSIGH ITIGITIGRIES X 1525 5' ., Q' v' nn v.?' AVA M. 1.-J 1 1 1 ',, f, 1 ff? T, 'KY ,air 'ff BY summers fantasy ,fy ir- 0543 ? If N, D I A N N T C R I O N D G U C T I O N S ' If YV. , 1 n -'V 'IME , E i DROI11 1967 45-., Q . ,XQ l '27 -4, C R O E N F V R E E R S S H A M T E I N ' O T N S fi '-M.,.4! N. J f v '5- ' ' gg, E A 3 ' A f 'fx , "?'! BACCAlAUl26AI6 Lri' GXGRCISES 1 .-r f Q K ii Q . H 1 K s 'J' . .- r ', - ,z,qL, ,jf VK 11 4 E I STEVE DORECK Football TODD LEWIS Tennis BRUCE NOG LE Track E5 H w f ' . -. 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