North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA)

 - Class of 1974

Page 1 of 260

 

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1974 Edition, North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 260 of the 1974 volume:

was :img- ,T 'bv North High School Valiant 1974 Volume XIX 3620 W. 182 St. Torrance, Calif. CPD 3245 F Q5 eb sf Ei? s.J X. 'Cx N3-5 ig' TABLE 0F CCNTE NTS ACTIVITIES Senlors Sports junlors Clubs Faculty Freshmen Advertising Salutation Index 251 ............... ...8 ' ..... ...... ..44 ' .... ....'24 .....'42 Sophomores ..... .. .... '76 " ...... .. .... 246 ' ....... S ...... 249 --ZW, Mt Mal? .xzdlfsu ff? affiwffw HM . f s szftjlayef, Znwegco macwad. was Q ,gay 1 :yy Mjjlq FCffK.xCL w 5 V V' XJWMV XNWQN J Kd: 4 0 ,sf VJ XO1JV?s 1 of fy Jyxfex XV N ,W H' gf XV Wim jf, 1 JV W WY X L L Wy 4 K .XOQ X- xy. For everythlng there rs a season and a tlme for .-f"""' f t ,7 f fu 'amy api? 'Qi. fi, kgs! q KKTJ' , fqmi f ja, f L 1, Q ff V , x4 C, L, 5 911- if xx CN 'gf , 5' 2 - ' 27 if QQC px 4,3 fjk NC .7 Cfdfi, L f' ,V Q -PC ' if 32, X92 Qia. jg! , ? W :fi riff iff at gg r to 0 f .- If K x --F av Y 'lj K Q ig Dr Kb? ,L , 4172 PZ I , . as El Q' if j QJZL sf I AV, fl, if , x M fe atlme to gather v 0 pi stones together, a tame to embrace 5, andatnneto ,kfgy every purpose under heaven A time to be born and a time to due a time to plant and a time to pluck up what IS A time to klll and a time to heal a time to break down, and a tame to bulld up A tame to weep, atlme to laugh a time to mourn, and a time to dance A time to cast away stones, and refrain from embracing, A time to seek and a time to lose a time to keep and a time to cast A time to mend and a time to sew a trme to keep silence, and a time to speak, A time to love and a time to hate A tlme for war and a time for peace planted, l away, . I . i . , . ygfbw eff! CD? QQ JJ Sfbflwf w iff'fm ke ws' ffl' ff . .f K, 5 The MGUY 5635925 ibgfqgffii mf f Qi S35 WWQQEQSENQ Wkfwiwgwimw ' HMQ OEYRKYXN QSQNWJQ w Maw my W .., .,4"'v 3 Wwffgffb wa M QM c J . 4 E Mahi! LW W i W MV W MMM MW W M x 1 i 1 1 1 w ' I I 1 Q1 1 x 4, 1 .1 Al y 5 . 1 x 1 X ' 4. , , ' ,' ' 'J ! A v ' V' ' , x V . J ' 'N ' y , 1 1 1 1 Nv- Through the Looking Glass -Q 3,-'iw .av-L 1973 Homecoming Queen Nancy Kirby. iiiii i mil in i 1 ii i ' - mwud, ,.LEj.ge'ui s- ' -3 -Q' julie Cimarusti, Grace Mayeda, Queen Nancy Kirby, Cheryl Ehrenstein, Suzzy Westbrook. An excited Nancy Kirby is crowned by Candy Fisher! F W 'gg 'MEL 2.1 Qt' As the football team cleared the field, the stage was set for another eventful Homecoming. The theme for the night wasf77Alice In V a derland." Parading around the field w e such famou ' - acters as the White Rabbit, portray : Q lan Jones, ati" i e Green Caterpillar, por- trayed by Vic ie - V- . e five princesses rode a float made of red and white paper flowers. They were met by their escorts who took them to their places on the field. As tradition had it, the crowning was done by last year's Homecoming queen, Candy Fisher. As the stadi- um darkened, the crowd quietly waited for the light to reveal the 1973-1974 Homecoming queen. When the crown was placed on Nancy Kirby's head, her tears were filled with happiness. Her emotional re- action was so great that she was unable to express her feelings to the appreciating crowd. Princess Suzzy Westbrook and Pat Donahue Princess julie Cimarusti and Brandt Humphry. Queen Nancy Kirby and T06 l8C0bS0f1- Princess Grace Mayeda and Keith Shiozaki. Princess Cheryl Ehrenstein and jerry Stuler. Reflections of Homecoming Top 12: Top Row: Gayle Oyama, Phyllis Kim Grace Mayeda Sally Gilliam Grace Taguchi Norma jackson lulie Cimarusti Row 2 lolene Stark Suzzy Westbrook, Cathy Santos, Tammy Eliason Cheryl Ehrenstein Nancy Kirby Denise lanclaes Not Pictured Marsha Aseka On Friday, Oct. 12, fifteen surprised girls cried for joy as they were announced as the Top 15 candidates for Homecoming. On Oct. 19, the 1973 Homecoming Court was announced. The following weeks were filled with many exciting activities. There was a contest in which the girls dressed the boys as girls. Other activities included an auction of lunches made by the girls, a luncheon for the top fifteen and their mothers prepared by the boys' foods class, a bub- ble gum blowing contest, and a kidnap breakfast. l An exciting moment for Cheryl' Well that 5 lt for tl'l'5 Yea' X, J,,L: . J F W , ' ,"m'Li?::'w', 'M N li 1 k if? 3 p d 4 . W 3 1 fi x 14 X w . f ff LW X' 4, r 4- " Y 6 3 :VX Z' , 1 lg ,y V 4 73 I Y k ' 1 , ,M . k, 4 YA ,X Q Q , J' , f A nj A ,, . ,..,,...,b...w, ..m,.s..,.. 5, i ii . 4 4 ,. ,, L.,,,,, ,,K ., ,f,---- M qicjtiwiseg assess K Q is wks: ' .f - , ' A typical day at the Student Center! Love is watching T.V. together. For the second year in a row, the Student Center, in Room 111, was an enormous success. The Center offers a place for students with- out classes to go. They may pass the time there playing games of pool or ping-pong, or to satisfy their hunger or thirst with snacks from the vending machines. The Center was a meeting place for students during breaks, at snacks, lunch, and free periods. Run by student council members and campus aides, it became very popular with the students. E i We l .. rs.. M Are you ditching class again? ' iii: , ,L Mx, . , . , . . Q f Q at , WJ 3 1 sf so 1 . .,f..' 5 V ...--"'- I " ,....., "-' fi :xr fjsf. 1 ' - . . ,ff k, 'AMA V M1 My . ji 'A - ' - f ""' ' 57 V , 1 425' ' ZEN-5 , 'K 1 af 1 " ' . if " ' .K ll WW ,, ,,,.,,,,, I - --" , . i g ,4 Another visit to the vending machines! Special Assembl Raises Spirit , Gosh, will this speech ever end? M Ll D The new Pep Squad for a day. Mr. O'Brien says a few words. Gee, golly fellas, ,. X l ,Cf Rock Quarry shoots for two! Super Duper Pooper Scooper Ht Lets go big team, lets go! The Donkey Basketball game, sponsored by the lunior Class, was held on November 6th. The students were determined to revenge last years loss of 28-24 and the faculty were just as determined to triumph again. The score was an even 24-24 at the end of the first half. The second half found the students, led by Shawn Russell, facing a very fired-up faculty. Led by Mr. Bob lanko, and Mr. Bob Quarry, the faculty tri- umphed over the students with a close score of 54-52. 1 axe: ,lm-H "Hold on there!" says Mr. lanko. 4. t.,t 'masons' "" f .,,,,t. "'H-ilu.. mm. That fabulous faculty team! Let me introduce you to. . . ',, , S ,Z 4151 454, ,A , MI J. MW unsung Bo, , I wish I could make this basket! ,, b 4 my mf . . 1 e qf ,5 X v , I k.V, f a Oh, say can you see. . . Can he do it?!? You've heard about the Ervin Committee? Well this is the Goddard Committee! Get to work Norma! Everyone listens attent ively to instructions Getting it all together. The activities throughout the year were planned by Student Council. Much of the work began as early as last summer. The Student Council worked on dances, assemblies, a- chievements, and many other proj- ects. Acting without the consent of the student body, the Student Council took the initiative to prom- ise the Peace Corp that they would raise over 1,000 dollars to help a village further their education, In return, the students obtained a new friend in a new country. ASSOCIATED STUDENT B A.S.B. President .....,................ A.S.B. Vice President .. . Senior Class President . . . lunior Class President ...... Sophomore Class President . . , Freshman Class President .... Comm. of Activities ........... Comm of Athletics ,.,........ Comm of Business Management Comm of Club Coordination .. Comm of Correspondence , , . Comm. of Finance .......... Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. of Group Control ,.. of Pep ,......... of Publicity ... of Records ...... Girls'l.eague President .... Norma sleeps off Friday night in class. ODY . . . .Robyn Tabor . .Norma jackson . . . . .Bill Goddard ...Michael Fisher . . , .Dave Sanders . . . .Sally Perkins . . . .Beth Skenes ...lim Zambarelli .Karen Leachman . . . .Gary Yoshida , . . .Beth Spindler .Cheryl Sugimoto Cheryl Ehrenstein . . . . .Sally Gilliam . . . .Robin Perez . . . .Erin jamison . . .Anna Franczak 1 ls.. 4 it in Robin Perez and Robyn Tabor discuss important business. 5 iiiiii N Doing other homework in council? Student Council hard at work. Row 1: Cheryl Chrenstien, Nancy Kirby, Chris Gilstrap, Row 2: Evelin Ber- gay, Sally Gilliam, Cheryl Kalash. Let's try not to drop it this time. Go Saxons go! Row 1: Nancy Harada, Donna Fukuto, Sheree Penque, Iolene Stark, Debbie Harada, Anita Molina. We've got the spirit, yes we do! l l.V.'s-First Row: ludy Blyleven, Gayle Gregor, Wendy Clayton. Top: Irene Matsunaka. Waiting for the band to play Shout Out 5558i -we IKIKAI ll F45 was .mam Songleaders- First Row: Sharon Lechner, Sheila Okimura, Second Row: lane Taylor, Chris Varney, Sandy Francis. The North High Saxons saaaaaaay hello!!!! Holly Lum practicing early in the morning We Got Spirit, Yes We Do! !! . fx 4 .af Q? ' 4+ The Flag Twirlers perform to "On Wisconsin" Tower 0fP0w1-ff!!! ,fr-'Y' 'lwirling and watching don't mix. Down the road there's a cemetery! "So let's go," cry Cheryl and Sally. . ,, .,.. .W '--w' W"-- - . . ,,... ,,...,,, , ., ,- ,. .... --.. a -A . ,,.-,, . . .. . ,, . , e .Q S ff -9 .Z -2" . 'fi3ZF' 'Qfi Q,j':?f'Q' -2 ' F-' " :VV f, " '-'- ' .i . 5 at W 'T i - Q ,QW i':'iE"7f1f'5f?Eif'f': ' 1 'ifisesf i 4 i 2- 'haf il . '-'- 1755- ' iii 1.1 -i Q -.t ' - i f flfizf- ,..- f s--we N e f'rT'fss1, - , ' 4 ' Q - U 0 ---' i X , ji, .lt.5g: t-- 7 ' A1 ' 4 221 ' is atiiflifl? , 'X . - 7 t f ' 1- -' 1 K K 5 ,w.:gg,3z2+r fsegyffh 7' N 7 i -fi . .. zmrirtifhg ses- - f etg.-at z..t2-amass. tf.5-14.41,zgfgsxsax, av gy: ff- . i3'?i"'SH liz: 4 Ififi' - Drill Team gets it together. How can we stand at attention this early in the morn: 1974 North High Saxonettes Captainsp Chris Nuss, Beth Cullum lHeadl, Tammy Eliason. North High Drill Team 73-74. ng? Drill Team in a daze again!! !" ifs0fo8c'0x'+' 1 Up with Saxon pride! Nanette takes a bow Performing is what it's all about! l' Liet those legs up! Introducing Beth Cullum! Attention! ! !! -J ,L Saxons Are We! !! Banner Girls stand straight and tall. 'T . . am Band getting tuned up for Pre-game. Watch, as the Saxon Band marches by! Q mf 1 X X fe Q. BQ if 3 2: 1-,Q julie Hueth- Majorette One of the highlights of this years North High Saxon Band was enter- ing and placing very high in pa- rades. They marched in the Pomona Fair which was their first perfor- mance. They also were in the Lo- mita Parade where they placed third and the Azusa Parade where they received second. Other parades they marched at were Hawthorne, Hermosa's Boy Scout Parade, Armed Forces day parade. They also marched at Magic Mountain and had a concert at Der Wienerschnit- zel. There main purpose is for foot- ball halftime shows and pep rallies. The Pennant Flags were also added this year as part of the band. i --. of ,qs ff N 'T' I X' . .... g l'lL"5 ii ........ iixi 'X f r it 'K sv' 4 A F E' 'g is t . ,- , ..., tif fn- It 1 .ie y Robin Vergara - Drum Major I, of Band practicing up for the next parade. Forming a tunnel for the football team. A perfect halftime performance. Pennant Flags - a new added attraction Banner and Pennant Flags pose for the camera. ur-suv-"xl ,,:f, lt's not my fault we didn't win. Hello down there! A Another boring North High Band practice. How pretty can you get? Now Iet's have your undivided attention. x , . PM X , North High Band marches on! One, two, three, and. . , V ' "w":'f-Q14'Lf'f ' JiV,L'ffifH' gl V V ,V V V V. +1 f . , V V hhh' f , V .M , swf, i Vg, - Qf V. - V V W : VV f , 5. , V V V 95 JE-Q VV -' V is ,,V: V .af . 'if l V. . . 4 f VV f' A W. .. Vw f -V Va, - -'f V. VVVQVV gi, .,- . VV ,Qs , K, ,-R, A ,, J . 'V.., ,V Vqxtx ,V NA ,V Y 9 f 1 V 4 an V f V - Q . JZ 52' fa ,, - ff. E . . -. ' k : . , ' V Q V ' ' Q: ' " ijt Aga, - :gg 5 V ' , A VV V. 4 , rf WV., 4 ' v ,. V . l .V .V 1 Vs. VV if V I M-V I V ., V.,-L V A ,KV ..Vs V A V A V J i V ' V L --VV ef V, , VL'- -V - W ' V ' 3 1 f SV ' V , ..,V ' V V - V .,. V VA Y V ' Av V V K V , V V bg W 3 V m ft- V 'V 4, J ii V V.., V V- a- if V ee5fwfVV w:E ' You caught me by surprise! North High Band does it's thing!! 5? The Band is always confused. Bobby socks, ponytails, greased-back hair, and black leather jackets were brought back to life as North High hopped back to the 50's and 60's during Oldies Week. The week got off to a good start with an Oldies Assembly featuring skits, songs, and dances put on by the Pep Squad and the Fine Arts Dept. After school a car rally was held. Tuesday was Surfer Day. A skateboard contest was held at lunch. After school everyone headed for Hermosa for the beach party. They returned for an evening showing of the movie "Beach Blanket Bingo". Wednesday featured marshmallow and coke-drinking contests. That night the cafeteria was transformed into the Malt Shop. Other activities in- cluded: a class VW cramming contest, individual limbo and hula-hoop contests, and a raffle. Friday's Sock-Hop was a sell-out success, featuring music by Athena. All proceeds went to the Torrance Memorial Hospital Burn Center. How to stuff a wild bug. Foxes From the Fifties ' O'Neill splits like a banana What a twitching baby! She's made in the shade The North High Debate Team 'coached by Mr. lohn Reynolds, was? made up of fourteen North High students, all members of the National Forensic League. There were seven teams of two students each. There were one Varsity, two junior Varsity, and four Novice teams catorgor- ized by their ability, and experience. The team competed in tournaments held at various high schools and colleges. fvfatching their wits, alert- ness, and abilitylto reason with their opponents the team competed for medals and certificates gaining forensicpoints for each debate. 7, djosepominguez, North High's philosopher Saxon Squad Did Well r .v i Bob Ward shouts out his fire and brlmstone orth Plays This year the Senior Class presented the play "Curious Savage" for their class production. It was a delightful comedy, in which an older woman got to know the men- tally disturbed. Her children tried to put her away be- cause they wanted her money. The performers were: Stephanie Warloe Linda Raper Steve Pesola loan Haslam lim Bedard Richard Kamins Rikki Floyd Fay Schafer T QQJNQY M ,rr wif W iqwffls t J EMP? if it lr ii? rgfijgflw lilo th Chorus This year, the Saxon choir, Chorale and mixed chorus, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Walker, entertained the North High student body, faculty and parents with a variety of musical programs. Their first seasonal program was the annual Christmas Concert which was performed for students and parents. The groups' latest productions included Oldies Week, produced by the students themselves, and participation in the North High Senior Baccalaureate. 'uns ung' ""?S Q . my asa d 153W 'wig' 1 ,fy z . 3 . , W af X .. 5 . 0 W 9 if 5 'AR : + 5. gas-Fw 1 53:1 ,K 5 ,fl V' ki if T0 f 15 1 Y auf" ' lm my f -b W-fwm ,i 1 sy, i W . igi g m ff' 3' -,MW4 - A ns ,,1f ?" V - os s so - isii Ruth Fawley finds her ideas amusing. As soon as I get organized . . . -74 North Wind an ? E if S' 5 :LA To Err Is Human 'af' vw The Annual Staff's goal for the 1973 -74 Valiant was to carry out the theme, "Seasons of '74", and to make this years' annual one of the best. The early deadlines made the Annual Staff room a mixed-up, and confusing place to be, but under the influence and guidance of Mr. Mushrush, the advisor, and lolene Stark, the editor, the Annual Staff pulled through with a proud, and happy feeling at what they had accomplished. Everyone worked equally hard to put together your finished product, the "Valiant", Editorial-Head lolene Stark, Assts. Greg Barsley, Michelle Quiroz, Priscilla Sun. Activities-Head Cyndi Wilkins, Assts.-Sharon Bates, Tracie Ton. Sports-Head Greg Smelser, Assts. Bruce Hara, Roy Morimoto, Bob Gallardo, Mark Lowerison Not Pictured-Ron Tomich, john Greteman Faculty-Head Mary Nishimoto, Assts. Linda Lem, Priscilla Sun. Mushrush up a tree again! -Q me ,U ' a 4' f vw Q- f Senior Section-Head, lo Ann Dragottop assts. Cindy Crone, Anne Reading. HJ 'fi' Class Section Heads-juniors, Rita Heinleing Soph, lo Ann Woody Frosh, Ann Crawford. l4 Girls' Sports-Robin Leip. . RU fs' vi -14 f H I ,. N Typists, Proofreaders-Linda Lem, Sharon Bergh, lulie Fread, Lisa Blue, Ianis Lem. 'V' 33 IL' a fi -',iY!':"'-.X S" is '8'ldO if or 24?-sale -,vr .N .fi 'jf 1" .b -. Q'-:tkva v 7 1:-' A V 'f XX If Xl r ' M' . - --1 . V 'ff 4 . Q1 , .-my ' .fa Y 2 one x' ts X' pf pl' Q Wa 3 'Qkusfli f-fs5l" C ' A PM 'P 453 ,' V" V" 251-via ' 'i'-2 x X 'Q - - , ,JV - . .-.-- ' -we Y' .. ' 5 ,,, j H . . l . x -. - 5'-. ' ,' X . j, Aw rf. - ' 4.54 'M-Wa. 1' - Pg ' C. X , vu H YK. . ,. ,A . dv xx , , ,W .. 5.4, , JM Aflll at ,W l 1---:ff "7-if' ' 7 3 ll' l ' - Z2 , 4? -If ff "'U' '. V Lf' I ff A A 1" f 4, .V , ' f f " i-QQ, , u 2 A: las 5' Q fI.' . , Q if .- 9' ' fl f' i" ,fffix fff' 3 Ar- ff 4 5 fy., f ff ff- ,fy Qi il. rr 42, C I ' as fy? ,M J . , ,X-1 '1 1 9 'V V A ., 1 ?"."lf1" ?I,1f.1. nf 53 Mia? " V' ' f' ' fffgij' at , mn, J A A ,ry UL , ,W K A un ! ' .flap 4 mf' " ' Q X V, ' Q 1 1 in ,af ga ff L, f XA gl ig , in all ,kjf if ff. ff, A . I K I .5 ., A kj! L : gg, fi 9 1 .6 ' W fr K vu ' HM' - :V m 14, ' ' A ' 7xl"'7?4'ffC' 9 4 2 VN X A V H V ,, , .,. ' A , ,V .ff . - - H o f C' A J HJ ' i'i, Q, Clubs Section-Head Vickie Ayerg asst. Audrey Somers. l ' s Senior Princess lan Burgan and Bill Goddard. A Rainbow of Dreams This years' theme, A Rainbow of Dreams, really meant something to the 1974 B.R. Court. As the queen and her court walked through the rainbow decorated arch, there were thoughts and feelings which they will never forget. This year we were lucky enough to have two senior princesses, and a queen. It was an exciting moment for all. During Basketball Royalty Week, before the Big Night, there were many fun-filled activities, namely a tug-of-war and a dress-up race. Senior Princess Lori Littlejohn and Steve Von. junior Princess Arleth Echavarria and Brian Burch. Top 15- Front Row: Donna Reading, Kathy Bonovich, Kimi Masuda, Shelly Staley, Arleth Echavarria, Genene Gregor. 2nd Row: Cathy Santos lolene Stark, lan Burgan, Lori Littlejohn, Diana Swanson, Teri Cannon. mi f o o le " 'lllll"l , Q: 1 , V , iif , , i mmmvru 1 Q 515 M, . . , ,,,: K, V L- eiee iii W The Basketball Royalty Luau. - N V i l' , ,,,' iill t i" ' Cathy Santos helps herself to lunch. Getting ready for the BBR events. Skateboarding across the gym? This is ridiculous!!! ' -.9 '-"T ,, 'M a' Z W , ug .9 -.. MVA 5 . Top 6 line-up for a picture taken with Mr. Lifton and Vivienne Munguia. 'vp--gf --f F-V-aww v..,,,,. .-f,Tf,HA1- A,,Y 1 . --,.,-rv 1-Lfgei , v..'. .' , W, . -. Q1-:..A. -,y'.-.,L.:.1.1 .,......A..,.Y...' - 1 'aw-' . . - ' -1 1.42 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 i A 1 1 1 1 I Y I 1 i . 4. ..-, HA A Y 1:1 SGHIOFS Class of '74 Clockwise From Top: Denise lanclaes, Secretary 1st Semester and Vice President 2nd Semesterp Lisa Blue, Girls' League Representative 2nd Semesterg Cindy Freeman, Treasurer both Semestersg Bill Goddard, President both Semestersg jan Burgan, Vice President 1st Semesterg Anna Franczak, Girls' League Representative 1st Semester and Secretary 2nd Semester. sl, sg I fx. , loanne Abe Angela Abruscato Ed Adby Elizabeth Aguirre Susan Ahlfs Catherine Alger Linda Allen ffiri l err, re 3 A Tresa Allen Tony Alvafel I am too listening. Patricia Alvillar Richard Amano jefferson Angell Colleen Annes Kathleen Annes Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Geraldine Aoki Valerie Apana Robert Araki 5 f rr l ' 9 6'3- N r Wt x 5 X my x Xi J l is N ""' t . M, ..W,, M ..,,. an v X X E 5 X X XXX N X X it Elf' xx ,H er' it Egkxxx NQ x E R 5 lt 5 , 3 I K l I use Pepsodent! !! Ed Arnold Marsha Aseka Lori Ashworth Carol Auton Frank Avveduto Diane Awane Aleta Bachelder Greg Bachmann Nancy Badivian Craig Baker Karen Baker Mary Baldwin Patricia Baldwin There Is a Season for Everything. ge, ive YF'-v l .I 7 I l Richard Balleras Scott Barber Sandy Barela K X AQ K g - I ,fl W-H1 .J Lisa Barrett Greg Barsley Aletta Baska I can't believe I made it through the day. Gayle Baucher Dennis Beley lim Baxter Paul Belknap Donald Bayles Kim Beach A Q nfiig lf 'im y Laurie Benedict Pedro Ber1g0Ch6a james Bedard as Valeria Benoit David Berk gp--vb Mike Bonde Mathew Bilodeau v Nancy Bernstein Donna Blackwell Lisa Blue Karin Breitenstein Tracey Boyd Susan Breitenstein Lynette Brocke Lorrena Brooks Zane Bu niel Constance Brown Brian Burch Terry Burnett lan Burgan Ruth Buttcane Mike Burgess Lonnie Butts Kathy Cade nhead Dave Camfield Randy Campbell Cyndi Campbell Gloria Cannizzaro Donna Caruso Michael Catron Deborah Chacamaty Deborah Cavanaugh Becky Chandler Tracy Chav-ira ff ,X Qw,1,5,55,MyK1,vffglzfzfffeezzszllfa- - , f xfszwfzfvf.svszsfzffzn 1 giMy5mg,G,53f:,igJffrana:ustvzsnms, . 1- fig, ff -f1+-Svwiivfifffsf fweim' julie Clrnamstp ,':V l 5 n l l l 1 . I -- . f'-X gmail ,,k, , " ' ,, ,---- f " , ,,, ,. . l A l ll ., ,. , ,, . ,M ,.. l l . . l . l. A .. ., N ,. . l l, M l ,, ,, 1, V- . .. , I qfiggp- K: k k,, wwf, , -:'::,f::ffg-,,f14,ff- w:.::f-1:1 , .. ' ,, gm, f1.v- .l ,,r::-uw. -fff - u M .rw --ff 'bf,'5M:w?'0::1:'fw,:-1 vw:-wu:ruflitf'--ffwp-J: "-W' ..,. I A A 1' W"' , - LL . --"' ' A ,, , -. 4 ff--- f A . --VI 1 . J I l ll W -- W l - ., 1 lv, ' K V. W 4 ,: . ggQ7,.f1l'5 Fil ' ' S ,,,.. 'A M . -4 ' K , - , fi -' K,,, 'I' f' .. jarus K W.-s,.ia,,..,, K Y ,ae i . , - . W 5 . . 1 2 K l W if H lf l ,, W ,IAZZ H, L. ,U , Bret Clawson Glenn Cleland Larry Compton H Q ,, , li l l ' llll - my ,,.-bb - - Vi' I ' -- :Ii,:f+:3 'v- j' . ai ff ' 'l" l l l'2l , H 1 :1 ..L, A ll lnll l llll 5 1:DzgnielGonatyj WV:V'A V Y l . , K IW- . ,,, , l J, X 9 8 'll' -ffl? ., M as 'ii G, in . 1 Ti ? I 1'kL Q km H lx ' l L Km. . A ' wuts tix t Y Z " : M y fz, sk list Thomas Cryer Beth Cullum f:7'f"' Mary Curtin Debbie Dalton Diane Daniels julie Datten Q!- Y'-5, N-Q..4' "-w--.,......,. Wendy Davidson Debbie Davis Some Seniors just never grow up. Colin Day Linda DeL05h Dennis DenOuden Melinda Denton Genevieve DeRosa Roberta Deshler WE? 45? Dana DeYou ng Geza DeZeer Susan Di K y az im DiBiasi Marie Dickson . D lane Divinski Sharon Douglas Donna Downing Would you look at that!! JoAnn Dragotto if W. Keith Drew Terry Dudley jackie Duffin Dan Du nifer Renee Dupont X. f f in E 53 ' six -' -fs. NX Arthur Duran Kathie Earley Dellnora Eckman Chuck Edwards loan Eguchi mdk Q-M t x 1 E li r 'r' Cheryl Ehrenstein Tammy Eliason Barbara Elliott Kim Elrod lim Enge Lynell Erbst Bob Escribano Russ Fahey Sharmayne Faris Rhonda Evans Loretta Farley See no evil, hear l F y F l J l l ' Cheryl Farrell julie Ferguson Sam Fernandez Liz Feuer Randy Filkin Z.. -qw-gf , Maria Fitzgerald Cindy Fleming ludy Fleming Gilbert Flores Rikki Floyd Carol Fogel LoAnn Fowler Sandy Francis no evil, speak no evil. Terri Francis Anna Franczak Sherry Franklin in Cindy Freeman Barbara Frisby julie Fromme 1illFukuda Karen Fuller G l f l Nadine Garcia Victor Garcia Greg Gardner Dana Garland Lori Garland ludy Garman David Garnett iw-MWWA 1 I can't believe my ears! Sue Garofano Patricia Garrett A . N i l 2. I lo Robert Garza Monica Geary lg, 7 Mary Gebhart Dale Gereaux ' I'm waiting ...... Pam Gildy Daylen Gillespie Sally Gilliam Christy Gilstrap Larry Gizzi Bill Goddard Betty Gomez Alfred Gonzales Dolores Gonzales Mike Gonzales There ls a Time for Loneliness, Where is everybody? Rose Gonzalez Kathleen Gordon 5 lan Gonzalez Patricia Goodson Rose C'Uf5k' Cynthia Goudy Ruth Graf Rex Gothridge Mary Goudy Keith Graham Karen Granlund Marie Gronke Charlene Griffin Ray Grudenic Georgianna Guest Ronald Gulli David Hadley Danny Haag Sharlene Haga and a Time for Togetherness Ed Hagmaier Some days are dull. ,n nn A e Q fn hw' N "ff 'L We e - , ,L gnu, f Vzl, T, V V 'N J:,,L, i,i, j K "" ' f "'1 m , ,n , . , IQ? F M ' -V ,1:- gn ml ,L f ' ' " 1 k,"k Q 'V f- ., ,,., ' ' ' if 'f f," V , ' - ' f 1 ,Q 4 fa, , . ,. qt wg 'W' Wa' v , m y L "" ,,, ,"" iim , -f,.- f..,z,e,,- ,, .. Q M , W if ,Q 1, , Ji, . H , .Y . A . ' J' Mar Hal h " Dawn If-'Tale Denise Hall Gene Hamlln Kenna'fvHand Y 8 W I 41 E . , V , in Wg fb' X ww , Q M 'E35m,n e ' .. .. , , Q A"' ' :,,,, we I H ..,, ,Nm , 15' I A - n - I nvrf n f,- . .,,,., . ,, A 'f1f l ii' K " XHfL5 f5:e ' f," H W "I ' , 'L , ,,,., .H , , R - .NX, ,V , , W x 3 L, L V ., W , 7 . ,,,. 9 , M 'WS-Y . e M leee n , n ' + new if eeeee e - in 4 A M N mm W , . n ,ii Q h , og. 195 Q MM, 'QU ya, " Af'f V 1, M QW' A 'N gm , my, mf M V Wh, "' Jshw j lo W V - ' ' A ,AUM nf' 'KW 4 -V , , W ,, 'fn ...im A M "H ff' , ' " . 1 .M A ,, ,,,. 'af.,:,,,,,Mmfff A .K , e n n n We n rf' ,e ee Www' fm gwpfff ,P ,W mwwwm JBA, W , ,M ,kr X ., .- M dl" W N .1 ,Q vw , W nn 4' Wm W 45, V? M ..,f,g I V k tt I 'W ,,Q, 'EL ' . W .. 4-M .. .. W A To S if M W W . 6 5 V Jw 'ity 'sw , 1, I H. W., ,W,, i ,i,w,,,q, A - W' 4 4' ,fav , Q' wb 1' uk . new 'L av in Q , Q . Nw nity. m 45,05 xyye , ti, ,,, , an 'qv Af, fm ' 1 W, ' 2 fp "k:LL - ,Z ,, W n 'wk us, M' Marti Hartson 'loan Haslam 4? 'Y BP! f R A L 0 N1 -41 T'v , , , J 11,471 MVU yy jj CQ , sffqb' IULJ Y 324 ,, , -s. gf A me 9 JM Q. 'jk 'Q 1' A Ns..- Pat Higley Danny Hirata Kathy Hobson Katherina Hoehn Terri Hoff 1-. Q David Holliman Cora Hoogland Denise Hookom 'Wh Eugene Hori Richard Hornstra Deborah Horst The closer you get the better I look. 056' - -:xx -. Annetta Horstman Denise Hubbard Lynda Hubenet Tom Hudson Linda Huerta I UU 1 Q 1. v .s' lulie Hueth Angela Hughes Mark Hughes Brandt Humphry Pam Hunton Kathleen Hutchins Nani-Ann Imura jeff jackson 'QWY' K H Norma jackson Pat jackson Tod lacobson Touche!! Qjafy gl., Karen lamieson Denise lanclaes Kim Jenkins Kathleen loachim Linda loachim f s H... Alexis jones Debbie Jones Deborah luarez Corrine Judd Ray Kaestner There's a Time to Be on Our Own. Ron Kaichi Cheryl Kalash loan Kamei Don't touch me Dan! Kevin Kamemoto Richard Kamins Mike Kaneshiro Deborah Karp Dianna Karp Paul Katata Susan Rae Kaylor Patricia Kebler Chris Keller Steve Kennedy Cindy Kennish Lorena Kern Li Phyllis Kim Nancy Kirby Don't l get a turn? Bruce Kirk 'Sqn 22' VN QF", Q riff- Greg Kishiyama loann Kitagawa Lisa Klett Kraig Klopp Tony Knodel , L u Karen Kobayashi Norm Kobayashi Karl Konrad David Kosaka Michael Kobel Margaret Kolb Mark Komada I'll play Santa Claus. Carrie Kotow Kim Kraus Kathy Kramer Stacy Krigen lim Kronberger Perry La ndsbe rg Susan Langley Rich Laneri Dave Lanham Our spirit is sky high! 151 Sharon Lechner Dave Larson L 2 x N Dale Ledbetter Denise Le Francois Linda Lem Lorraine Lehmann Dave Lembke jeffrey Lerner loei Lerstad Wayne Limm Barbara Leventhal Dale Lewis is Diane Lester Sandra Levy Larry Loehr Lori Littlejohn Monica Long David Lopez Becky Lowe Charlie Luger Risa Lozer Cheryl Lutz Marie Lynch Robin Lynch Valerie Maki Rhonda Mahkorn Pamela Mann Tom Marks Sue Marley jim Marrs Eddie Marr joel Marsh Pam Martin Deanna Martindale Charles Masunaka Ken Mason Ron Matoba julie Matsunaga MQ' 71 john Mattia Alan Matza Harry May Grace Mayeda Don Means Rebecca Mehaffey Rhonda Melvin Celeste Mendez IEE M y Edgar Mercereau Glen Metcalf Wenda Meyer Sometimes Michelle Midsrokke Bob Mikami leri Milligan Cindy Millward Lynn Minster .ff Q we lear n. l Cheryl Mitchell Steven Moberg Anita Molina Sheila Ann Monahan Ford Montgomery Robert Mooney Becky Moore Susan Mora Patrick Moran Debra Morgan james Mori grrw Nancy Morimoto lan Morrison Cindy Moute Larry McCloskey Brian McCormick Kelvin McGraw Monte MCKGOH Lucie Mclvlurtie 5 f . 4 K iii a J ' 4 rllii 'v ', i K N' be er 3 f llvv ' . ,Q gy W ly fmgia , 1 -'JK A I I g l Glen Nakagawa Catherine Nakasako julie Nakasone Wayne Napoli Leo Narusawa lanine Nelson Kathryn Nelson Carla Nesbitt K lill X i N Barbara Neubauer Karen Nishihira Bruce Nishime jennifer Norville Betty O'Brien Marla O Brlen Suzanne Obuchon Ed Obuszewski Beverley Offenburger Carl Ogata Phyllis Ohmoto lay Okamoto Sheila Oklmura Deborah Oliver Boy what a fox' thanks Susan Langley Greg Olson Tum O Nerll Debbre Osborne Gayle Oyama Sandy Pace "Watch It!" says Monte McKeon. Elizabeth Ozaki Pam Papac lulie Patten Randy Pausch Linda Payne Bruce Pearson Sheree Penque ludy Perez Robin Perez Janice Perkins Larry Perkins Tom Perkins , ie! ' Randy Perry Steve Pesola Kim Phelps Teri Plummer Pauline Pond Pat Powers Linda Pruss Edward Puls Carlie Puniwai Carolyn Rabito . a-1 Claudio Rabut Debbie Radic Stephen Ragsdale Nancy Rahmeyer Boy, this class is boring. Brian Ramsey Linda Raper Rene Raulston Tammy Raynor Greg Reagan Ieannie Reinardy lerrilyn Reynolds Leonard Rhodes Gail Richards Melissa Rickabaugh Barbara Rinaldi Greg Ritchie Carol Rivera jesse Rivera Randy Roach Darlene Roberts Patti Roberts :::, . U iff' -ta A X xg X vi X X 'Q N X sk X Warp Q 'X' se x ,Q x s s N Q X ng , , S Q ll N W ,Lk W 'Q We Elem, r Em 5 is X sg ? 5 Q Q, J 'f K 'ff W 5 v' 5 'li . , fists, . 1- -x: eszw- - ,,.. if K5 iu f itfffi. K 222553 555 T:-- X V'knk 1: fi ,E.,,,..f. , i if Em' Q ,Q W .MS We .-f,f 2- .-.mm Robert Roberts Michelle Robinson Scott Robinson Joanne Rock Mario Rodriguez -5 .Q ., X 1-1 if is-ppm 3 2- 'bk as ee 1 ,. ,t,,. ' J S 3 19 K X if i , Q? 2 i 5 my . st 1 3 iz? 2 UR ii 'Ck is 1,5 TF E z ' 3 4X I S X E 1 X t is E ' - fl ..., I S' . Q as X G- so R si is S , , K .... X .X , Anita Romero Lorraine Romero Maxine Romero Mike Romo Brad Rose 1 5 E, Renee ROSS Sheryl Ross l f Smile! You re on candid camera. Mark Rudisille Shawn Russell Steven Sack Thomas Sack Ray Saito Lori Sala '53 Roberta Sally Holly Sale Wendi' Sampson Ingrid Samuelsz loe Sanchez lon Sanders Irene Sandate Kathryn Sanders Cathy Santos Emily Sasaki W f Dave Sazegar Ronald Sato Fay Schafer Tracy Schierman Debra Schirmer Debra Schreiber Bernard Schmutzler Tom Schumacher Valerie Schwarz Brian Scott Susan Scott Lee Scott Tim Scott Raymond Segarra Art Sepulveda Bruce Shibuya 1 i Dorothy Sheaman Glenn Shields Glenn Shields Gary Simmons Gerald Simonsen Wy Af if if wzsmwgf .vm 'f'f -W 1 ' H . V5 Jfgw Geree Simpson f W 52251 ' ' 1 Q . 1 f S .gi x gd ,gym 4- J if Q 5' I ' 2 ,sf I if227295i5i?f5iiiEE 25521733 515521111-fii. ' ji, - A r -- - r- gi, - Q- Q. - .5 ' . 'BV ' - za V31 ."- H . .. ii -' I-A V ' N , , J . Q, H ' NT .." kr is . '- ' ' I . 5 A is 5 V. If-et r J 1 at 5. s ggj g. ,N . e 309-K :W 1 Sandra Spang is in the eye of th Y ,-.-, .1 we-.x," , r Gale Stbreylv 4 f V' 4 .. fx Si, 1? .I 2 fy 8354 Deana Sparlin lennie Spence Donna Stanton Greg Stapleton es... K! Q ie? X ,fvgiq 1 iw , X A, tf "5 Q' X cf Jolene Stark Marilyn Steier Paul Steward IGB- 1.5 Calvin Stewart Linda Stewart Mike Stockhausen em yds f' -' 1 'TQ , iq X 'lftif' 'gvlcgllllifll-.f Stretxv l Streift L ltsally Sti,ill' f lx l Steven Stiles .Ny g x' If Mary Swain Curtis Sykes Robyn Tabor Susan Tado Grace Taguchi Gail Takahashi L90 nard Takahashi Richard Takechi Myron Takushi Ray Tarkington nmm Bernadette Tarr Greg Smelser expresses his inner-most feelings. Nancy Tarumoto lim Tarvin Debbie Tau bel lane Taylor Margarita Tejeda Wm?-:agar SN 5 fri' f 4 .ig s .:::: A x.v: . 4 Us Cheryl Terrill Gregory Tewell Michael Thistle Carol Thompson lean Thompson ,K ws .QE ar fs? 3 K fini I 1 1 . Q . 5-. , fif , T . cc Q . rrroo Michael Thompson Ed Thurber Karen Lee Till Cindy Tillson Marcia Togioka Dolores Tomblin Monte learns from all of Ed's experiences. : fffifsiziwzzr:-1 --g vyes3:!. s sshr if as " , . J M Aycyy T T T i 'ii Tracie Ton Margarita Toron Annette Torres E , Greg Towne Kathy Treffry 'Vt R 'C Q- li Kafen Tflbbei' Lisa Tropiano ff' Greg Turk Laurie Turner Mary Umekubo Wendi Urban Michelle Ursell Debbie Usui Don't think these people look funnyp they're laugh- ing at you. 'ii K rf- l X vw-ff., h hx ' 2 ala- M ffljj? 4 aaiil in 5 l Ray Vanartsdalen mtl MF' Chris Varney Carol Vandegrift .V X X Keith Vars I s Fi X' ' ffm' 9 'X se. 'f XA Alan Turri an .Ya 1 Mary Utley lim Van Dorn Robin Vergara Linda Volk Rlck Waddell Fas swf sf is 3, Lori Von Muegge Q M 1, - t "NN-. Y N . X Kevin Walker Scott Wallace Larry Walker The good, the bad, and the ugly. af' l , lames Waller lames Wantuch Stephanie Warloe David Warnemuende Cindy Warner 'Wiki Lynn Watkins lOl'H1 Weber Sandy Westbrook Suzzy Westbrook Florence Westelin ggi. gs R H 2 1 Robin Whalen Lynn Wiering Cynthia Wilkins Dale Willey Eileen Williams Robert Wilson jeff Winge Sue Wittrock Brad Wolf jeff Woodruff " Kenneth Woren Dawn Wurzer Even bargains cost MONEY! Donna Yamamoto Rick yamasaki lanice Yakaitis Alan Yamanoha Alan Yamauchi Evelyn Yee walter Yogi Mike Yoshii craig YOUHS Kfysfyna Zadrozna 4 Mike Zahnle Anthony Zambarelli loann Zonni Ed Zulueta Kenneth Murakami Good Luck to the Lisha Haning Class of '74 e9 , F , . r Q I r r V 1 i 90 I 1 f- . - 7-Y Y-- , i 1 P 1 V 91 .TE 53 . .1 . i 5 ' f 5 Fi 5 -5 17 ' 39974 Q'-2 . Q 0 :QS-3 2 4 12, 6 9,95 1 W ,i A, ' fjf ' f , - 1, i Lf',. if if Q" . r r f ii 1 :EL , .Z F' . , " H i A . X is vor 18 , s , 5 - Al,L QQ rw if ,w,M ' In H .. x .," 2 ' gif -L"-,,' In A 1 AL,l ' V :-. R - - A Row 1: leff Goddard, Paul Apadaca, Scott Robinson, lay Marr, Dave Cohen, Greg Magles, lim Graves, Bruce Hara, Roy Morimoto, Ted Mo- zelski. Row 2: Corky Wyrick, Bill Peters, john McEwen, Mike Fischer, Wayne Limm, lim Zamberlli, Keven Kamemoto, Rex Gotheridge, Tom Olsen, Ed Marr, Ed Bowen, Ernie Ozaki, Tom Perkins. Row 3: Glen Nakagawa, Bob Gee, Steve Tharp, Bill Goddard, Craig Wolfrom, Bob Champ- ain, joel Anderson, Brian Ragsdale, Ray Segarra, Ed Thurber, Daylen Gillespe, Larry Powers Row 4: Craig Claxton, Greg Turk, Bernie Smeltzer, Mike jackson, Paul Reis, Gil Flores, Larry Gizzi, Sam Fernandez, Dale Sheckler, Don Means. This years Varsity team had a great year. After a dismal showing against Fountain Val- ley in their opener, they took on a tough Lakewood team and defeated them. A team that only averaged 5'9" in Bay League until they met Santa Monica, North took a beat- ing 20-6. But showing they weren't down they beat West 42-27 and then Centennial 45-6 in a rain drenched game. They had to face a tough, highly rated Long Beach Milli- kan team in the first round of C.l.F. and de- feated them. North 'then took on Anaheim but lost a tough game 7-0. g Varsity Cloes for CIF Title 6 Fountain Valley 20 20 Lakewood 14 28 Torrance 0 14 Palos Verdes 0 21 South 14 12 Rolling Hills 3 6 Santa Monica 21 47 West 27 45 Centennial 6 CIF: Millikan 18-7 Tough defense against South Anaheim 0-7 Coaches O'Brien and Cunerty check plays on the sidelines. l Nakagawa checks off the line as he calls the signals Means hurdels for yards t,kl2 W A " Ri? ,, , if-fi Tx.-S s IJ 'S Qt vial X -.5 lx -X ' Q, x gs , 453 Q 1-, " B Q -:ff-gg Q5 U The Sophomore team: Charles Godbee, Steve Trunkett, George Oka, lim Millinder, Brent Musser, Craig Evans Greg Terrrll Greg Troper Rod Swancoat, Larry Kuhn, jeff jones, Grant Clarke, jack Peters, Tim Romero, jeff Horstman, lim Charnell, Milton Apana Roman Baez Ray Curtin Dan Zukle, Wally Shigahara, Allen Pelayo, Tim Skaggs, Tom Streit, Billy Lee, Vince Paldind, lim Sullivan, Brad Mercier Victor Barbosa Mike Senesac Tim Streit, Dave Sanders. orth Bees Have Successful Year Even though a 5 and 4 record doesn't seem to be suc- cessful it was if you consider the scores of the games. Many of the games could have gone either way. Bad breaks plagued the Saxons and they still came in third in a tough Bay League. Some of the outstanding play- ers were Steve Trunkett, Charlie Godbee, Billy Lee, Dave Sanders, Rod Swancoat, Tim Streit, and Victor Barbosa. The coaches of the Bee Football team were Robert Quarry, and lim Elsten. Frustrationfreignsl SCORES Fountain Valley Lakewood , Torrance Palos Verdes South Rolling Hills Santa Monica West Centennial . 6 14 7 28 13 7 0 0 14 Tough defense is the key! Frosh Build to Future Row 1: Tsujiuchi, S., Nakagawa, G., Magles, D., Claxton, A., Strege, D., Oden, T., Osborne, R., Turk, C., Murdock, W., Gerardo, R., Kraus, I., Row 2: Burgoyne, M., Abbot, D., Malm, I., Christie, M., Olsen, S., Buttcane, T., Kebler, I., Kuwaharal, I., Kemplin, C., Harvey, S., Row 3: Sugi- moto, C., Gonzales, M., Martin, I., Wheeler, S., Davidson, R., Rasnick, R., Piety, E., Greteman, L., Row 4: Rubio, D., Arechiga, D., Iones, T., Miller, R., Penque, R., Faragallah, B., Ursell, I., Thomas, B., Brasel, B., Row 5: Zichovich, G., G.Kawanami, R., Elrod, D., Facon, S., Hall, G., Tomos, M., Bry, S., Holmstedt, D., Baker, I., Coach Kasten,, Coach Brooks. A clutch diving catch. Tough Saxon defense. 6 Fountain Valley 12 19 Lakewood 00 00 Torrance 14 00 Palos Verdes 16 8 South 32 00 Rolling Hills 8 14 Corona Del Mar 8 00 West 32 - Santa Monica - The Freshmen football team had a good year in the eyes of coach- es Kasten, and Brooks. They ended their season with a 2-6 record but the first year was an impressive one. They lost their first game to a good Fountain Valley team but upset the always tough Lakewood team. Some of the outstanding Freshmen were Gordan Nakagawa, Iohn Clax- ton, and Chris Turk. The Fresh- men coaches were Don Kasten and Lynn Brooks. 96 , Coach Don Kalmar, Tony Guerra, Ron Rossetti, Kelly Maki, Dave Hughes, Dennis Oshizaki, Greg Stand, Rocky Garza, Arvin Smylie. Varsity Cross Country Has Good Year This year's Varsity Cross Country team had a good and a bad year. First they had some very good showings against Cen- tennial and West but bad showings against league leading Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills. Some good things that came out was Tony Guerra became the number one sophomore cross country runner. So the Saxons can look forward to some good seasons ahead. Coach Don Kalmar can look for- ward to some better years in the future. Other stars this year were Rocky Garza, Greg Stancl, Dennis Oshizaki, and Arvin Smylie. Coach Kalmar was very proud of this year's team. he . A Q ..,......,,, ..,,,. On your marks, get ready, start! Garza at the finish ahead of the pack. Ken Caswell runs to victory. i f . f g H ,,-f 5 Row 1, Ken Caswell, lerry Blyleven, Richard Sakatani, Doug Okada, lim Metzler, Row 2, Alan jeffrey, Dennis Roberts, Les Weeks, Carey Matsuoka, Row 3, Russ Pouliot, Kurt Eisenger, Chris Lynch. Cross Country Runs to Victory its THE SOPHOMORE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Matoba runs for life. Tony Guerra wins another race. The l.V., Sophomore, and Freshman cross country teams had very successful seasons. Chris McAuley was the winner of the Bay League Freshman cross country race. He was also very successful in every other race. The Sophomore star was Tony Guerra who won every- thing in sight including the Bay League championship. Ken Caswell was the number one LV. runner. in 1 THE PRES:-:MAN ckoss couNTRY TEAM Varsity-Walt Yogi, Larry Compton, lim Enge, E.l.Mercereau, Craig Young, Mark Komada, Rich Amano Tim O Neill Glen Nakagawa Front Coach Russ Bierley. Varsity Tries Its Hardest ...EP This year's varsity basketball team had a disappointing year, but when one considered that two of the top ten C.l.F. teams were in the Bay League with us, the wounds didn't hurt so much. North had some great games against Rolling Hills, South, and league leading Torrance. North tried to change the tide after their overwhelming win against South. They came to Centennial, but lost without the two leading scorers, Tim O'Neill and Brandt Humphry. Humphry and O'Neill lead North offensively with help from Craig Young, EJ. Mercereau, and Larry N Vi ..., ' A E i 2 sp- Compton. Defensively North was lead by Humphry, Rich Amano, and Craig Young. Coach Russ Bier- ley was very pleased with the team unity on this year's team. ' NN"'K- N . .'." -, Nakagawa sets the big play. E.l. for two in the corner. Humphry drives for the rim. Tim O'Neill finishes his shot with style. 4-Ulixwmr North battles for the tip. HW -,t' f V .-7-an M 1. , t SW-I 'ii 5 ' j.V. Row 1: Frank Holsinger, Steve Ray, Coach Ross, Tom Olsen, Corky Wyrick. Row 2: Scott Petter, Glenn Farley, Mark Wellborn, Mike jackson, Bill Atkinson, Victor Barbosa. junior Varsity Hangs on in Tough Bay League The junior Varsity Basketball team had a good year. If you consider Coach Bud Ross had four sopho- mores, Mark Wellborn, Glenn Far- ley, Dave Cernik, and Vic Barbosa. The junior Varsity Team was trying to reach a tie for second place but fell short. They had a very successful season because if you look at the scores of some of the games, they were lost by only 4 or 6 points. .af 'W First Row: Dan Souza, lim Ray, Richard lew, Hiroshi Fukaya, Craig Shibuya, Glenn Smith, Tim Umekubo. Second Row: Coach Gross, Bruce Miller, Dave Matson, Mike Haas, Steve Trunkett, lim Charnell, Charlie Godbee, Mike Gagnon. Frosh and Soph Look to Future With High Hopes This year's Freshmen and Sophomore basketball teams posted the best overall record of any of the North teams. Under the coaching eye of Barry Gross, the team was led to a second place finish in a really tough Bay League, with Freshman Dave Matson leading the team offensively with a 19.8 points per game average. Second offensively was Sophomore Richard lew with a 12.7 points per game average. Other outstanding players were Mike Haas, Bruce Miller, and Steve Trunkett. The Freshmen came into the wonderful world of High School basketball with high hopes, most of their hopes were fulfilled by placing high in some of the tougher tournaments ofghe year. Some of the Frosh stars were Riley Wilkerson, Mike Komada, Rich Miller, and Gordon Nakagawa. Coach Tierney was very pleased with the performance of the team. A ,J "' Row 1: Buddy Weythman, Gordon Nakagawa, Martin McAuley, Farrell Deibel, Scott Bry, Bart Thomas Bob Richardson Row 2: Coach Tierney, Mike Komada, lim Dunham, Tom Chisam, Scott Runge, Rich Miller, Tim Ittner Riley Wilkerson Row 1-Greg Kishiyama, Bill Goddard, Carl Ogata, Larry Gizzi, Tony Alvarez Row 2-Brian Siderits, Tom Bishop, Mark Wellborn, E.l. Mercereau. Spikers Surprise Everyone in 1. League Senior Larry Gizzi North High's starting Volleyball squad . l 2 lg, Q Senior Tony Alvarez spiking. -ml, I 0' Eb 11 IPAQ Row 1-Kevin Spellmeyer, Richard lanclaes, john Colston, loe Costa, Richard lew. Row 2- Coach Gross, lim Charnell, Steve Trunkett, Glenn Farley, Mike Haas, Russell Chisam, Mike Ide For the second year, North High had a volleyball team. Due to the superb coaching ability of Mr. Barry Gross, the volleyball team had a fine winning season, pulling off some stunning upsets this year. The j.V. Coach was Mike ide. Some of the outstanding players were Larry C-izzi, Mark Wellborn, and Tony Alvarez. With their leadership, North has a bright future in a fast-rising sport. I N 'I03 VARSITY WRESTLING SQUAD: Front Row: Herb Kaichi, Mitchell Taguchi, jesse Rivera, Ron Kaichi, loe Rodriguez, Mark Lowerison, Roy Mori- moto. Back Row: Coach lanko, Kevin Kamemoto, john McEwen, Gary Yshida, Tod lacobson, Paul Reis, Dan Dunifer, Coach Specht. Saxon Wrestlers Take Second In the final two weeks of wrestling, North had convincingly won four tournaments, among which were the Five Coun- ties Tournament and the Edgewood Tournament. The most outstanding team accomplishment for the Saxons this year was winning the El Camino Tournament. This was a first in the history of North High. The North High Grapplers finished the regular season with second place, and a duel meet record of 7-0. 5 yu- V- - --vm,--Y Herb Kaichi works for the takedown. Outstanding single performers included: Mitchell Taguchi Q20-11 1st in league, Herb Kaichi C25-25 1st in league, loe Rodriguez C24-71 2nd in league, Ron Kaichi C25-4l 1st in league, Mark Lowerison C21-95 3rd in league, Roy Mori- moto l14-7l 2nd in league, Kevin Kamemoto C17-97 2nd in league, and Dan Dunifer, 2nd in league. Dunifer's record included 20 pins. SL: jesse Rivera setting up his move. Mitchell Taguchi well in control. joe Rodriguez settles on his man. TOURNAMENT RECORD 1st place- Pacifica 4th place- Mira Costa 1st place- El Camino 1st place- Five Counties 1st place- Edgewood 2nd place- Bay League 1st place- C.l.F. Sectionals 3rd place- C.I.F. Finals Tension is mounting for Ron Kaichi. N ,..,, . QP. - ev" rr,, i.....s Another victory for Roy Morimoto. Kevin Kamemoto ready for action. DUAL MEET RECORD North 38 Cerritos ...., North 56 Palos Verdes . North 40 Rolling Hills.. . North 66 Santa Monica North 45 South ....... North 70 Centennial .... North 19 West ........ North 27 Torrance .... Big Dan Dunifer pinning his man Nonh Nonh Nonh Nonh Nonh Nonh Nonh Nonh lV'S DUAL MEET RECORD 40 Cerritos ...,. 56 Palos Verdes . . 35 Rolling Hills ... 72 Santa Monica .. 54 South ........ 72 Centennial .. 32 West ...... 21 Torrance . . This year's Junior Varsity team proved to be a strong team as the Saxons captured the Bay League crown. The Saxons started the season right with a team cham- pionship at the Torrance lunior Varsity Tourney. They then went on to a 7-1 record in dual meet competition, with their only loss coming from West. The Saxons finished the season winning the Bay League Tourna- ment. Some of the more con- sistent performers included: Pat Bonovich, Paul Saito, Bernie Schafer, Craig Wolfram, and Dale Sheckler. l.V.'s Are Champions Again! Front Row: Mike Tsutsui, Pat Bonovich, Paul Saito, Bernie Schafer, Gary Maldonado, Lee Danbara Second Row: Steve Tharp, Paul Hutchins, Ralph Lopez, Steve Sanders, Bill Sakatani, Danny Harris Third Row: Coach Specht, Dale Sheckler, Dean Kim, Ted Mozeleski, Craig Wolfram, lack Peters, Bill Peters, and Coach Quarry. Paul Reis in the winner's circle. lunior Dale Sheckler wastes no time pinning his man. Front Row: Dwayne Kumura, Robert Vaca, Gary Fujii, Mike Whittaker, David Rodriguez, Steve Blanchard, Second Row: Craig Stans, Tom Togi oka, Terry Thistle, Rod Swancoat, Rick Myers, jeff Herstman. Back Row: Coach Specht, Dave Sanders, Billy Lee, Tom Streit, Tim Lamb, Bruce Bray, Dennis Zukle, Coach Quarry. The 1973-74 Frosh-Soph Wrestling Team proved quite successful as the team won the Bay League Title for the second time in the past three years. The grapplers fin- ished the season with an undefeated 6-0 dual meet rec- ord, and wound up in Second Place in the Bay League Tourney. Pat Bonovich, at 98 pounds, and Dave Sanders, at Heavyweight, were the Saxons only individual league champions. Mr. Quarry was the Head Coach with Mr. Speck and Mr. Schmitz as Assistant Coaches. FROSH-SOPH DUAL MEET RECORD North. . .42 Cerritos ........,.,. .15 North.. .53 Palos Verdes .. .. . .2 North. . .40 Rolling Hills .... .. . .9 North.. .55 South ...... .. . .3 North.. .27 West .......... .. .26 North. . .26 Torrance ............ .17 2nd Place Bay League Tournament 1 Sophomore lack Peters works his man over. Frosh Soph Captures League Rick Myers using the leg ride. , wma , Varsity-Mike Duarte, Agustin Acosta, Shawn Russell, Art Duran, Leonard Takahashi, Dave Hadley, Rob Nikkels, Row 2-Coach Schulte, Dale Lewis, Gino Casagrande, Tom Montgomery, Mark Rudisille, Sam Fernandez, Stan Olsen. Coach Dieter Schulte Lack of depth at some positions gave North's Varsity Soccer team a trying season, edging out Tor- rance after losing to the top teams, South and West. Shawn Russell, Leonard Takahashi, and Dave Hadley did outstanding jobs. orth Hangs on in Tough Bay League North's goalie Art Duran. Sam Fernandez guards his man. Saxon fullbacks defend their goal. Q 4 .1 --1 W1 4 .p 1 1 4- - Dale Lewis heads the ball towards the goal. Coach Schulte instructs the players. .V.'s Look for Success j.V.-Row 1-Walt Carlini, lim Millinder, jim Bedard, Carlos Encalada, Barrie Olsen, Arvin Smylie, Tony Randall. Row 2-Gary Barsley, Greg Ritchie, Basili Faragallh, Ken Mason, Dan Conaty, Dave Theobald, Harry May. Row 3-Gregg Gereaux, Dennis Garnett, joe Campanella, Mike Darragh, Todd Swancoat, Coach Brooks, Scott Root, Ken Lancon, Ray Futterer, Mark Simpson, lose Avila. The junior Varsity had a difficult season this year. Losing narrowly to West and South, North came back to defeat Luezinger and Morningside. jim Millinder was top scorer, with Basil Faragallah and Tony Randall playing consist- ently well. The team was coached by Mr. Lynn Brooks. Varsit Looks Good in Tough Bay League V yung' .LL -4-h A- I V ' 1 4' n , g ' it -........ :W , -U' , L ' A -1 Ar x5 The 1974 Varsity Track Team Sophomore Tony Guerra leads the pack. iid X f V .ah , ' ly 'rf,17 ' 1 e Abt! ' 'lm 4 v 'K Sh 'ffrza "ip, Milli' ot putter Brad Wolf Coach Don Kalmar The Track Team had some very good moments this year. North came in to place with miler Tony Guerra and hurdler Donny Means. Last year CIF performers in the pole vault were Ray Saito and Means. This year North looked good in the long jump with senior Mike Romo. North did well in a tough Bay League. Coach Kalmar was very pleased with the performance of all his players. if if S .,31ig-'efgfigiijlgi 39,5 V A - G ' . ' 1 . , 'L -- "" , , . N v Q 1 w eeei . V ' .1 . ai U all ,, ' ' is W ..a."" ""' A A 4' M V 23 C.l.F.contender Ra Saito 5 'N ---- Y 4 A. The 440 relay team of lay Marr and loel Anderson V s Run Fast and Work Hard The lV's this year came into the Bay League as one of the most inexperi- enced teams in the league. But with some excellent long distance runners like Ed Chandler and Ken Caswell, North had some good outings against league leading Centennial and Palos Verdes. This year's IV coach was Bud Ross, who was very pleased with the effort put forth on this year's team. They all look forward to next year's chance on Varsity. as A . . The lonnnng run to victory! Frosh-Soph Track Team Builds Toward Future The big Psych-up before the jump The Frosh-Soph Track Team. The long line-up for the mile. The freshmen came into the wonder world of high school athletics with high hopes. They tried to fulfill some of their dreams by using their talents in running, jumping, or sprint- ing. The sophomores, who had a little more experience, showed it with some im- pressive wins over Rolling Hills and West. Outstanding team members included Martin McAuley, and Larry Greteman. ,T ,, ss, sss,. t,s,,sl . ts.. ,.., t t,..s -ts ,t,,s ,,s,,st.. ,, . ,ss,,,, , W ,..,.i-- - g X , 1 W-- 5'.-- -,. D' at ,... N. M M g H-1 -- 5.2 ,...a-.-4:5 'N .N ,- 'Au it y 1 T ' ,.., , c - .A ". f3,s , , ,.,.. ..4., 'y , .. on ,-.M+1--- --' 'ft ' N """"'1 'g,,,...........-- . . ,,,,.. yr .ity--1'-, M, .G ,.............,.. h , 1 A -.lg-3-.Q-n. 'ffuvg v iw, 1 """"'. ,,k5,, ,,,, ,......-A .---,Q--, KA ,h gy in ,, ' sf' - H I , A tgggy L 'R 5. . . 1. Q - 1, t ., , -tw " , ,, .. "" 3 ,. - '1 - Rs. M- ' ' -- -. 'a' 'ra 'W ,..,, .Qi r.", ff ",. A" -:t":..u-.f 1 1. rf. yes ' fffmff - ' ".-,,, li ,, ' , .. ,.-' li" - K M ,- V ' " ' T A ,T 'g g s -is-M'i""it' A 5 i - ,. C- ... +fi' T:'?+. .. f""2f i5'Itf'+ Ray Saito sho ws the form of a good pole vaulter Varsity Defends Bay League Title ll N- 34 ' ' - mi ' V .. 1 I 1 l l s If l 7 c Q , y A , N 1 f f c , i 2 3 F W 5 Ed Thurber Mark Toma Glen Nakagawa Brian Scott ,cc ' ' 3, B kkr v f y ee . i yy 1 , 1 'V W 1 V'.AV X K V .. ff B 10 11 Dave Lubben Greg Porter john Greteman Scott Pyle North High's Varsity Baseball Team of 1974 will attempt 15 to defend their Bay League title of 1973 with only 5 re- J gl turning Lettermen. Three of these Lettermeng jim Zam- n A 1 M B 1 so so if V Fl barelli, Ed Bowen, and Brandt Humphry were chosen for A Q Qg,Wh w qy-wif' ' PA V A the All-South Bay-Team last year as Juniors. Humphry ,, , g, ,, g,, ll '-c " was also chosen 2nd team All-C.l.F. last year. The Saxons g g started the season off right by defeating Bishop Mont- gomery 13-6 and Miraleste 9-4 in the first two rounds of the El Segundo Tourney. Those two wins were good experience for them because most of the team had previously only played l.V. ball. Coach O'Brien feels that his team will break all records for stolen bases at North. Returning Lettermen: Front: Ed Thurber, lim Zambarelli 2nd Row: Ed Bowen, Brandt Humphry H 1' 72949 gi E V k HL I HS i 1 15 Victor Barbosa Ed Bowen Tim O'Neill Brian Burch .1 g N T ,gt 5, Nfl!-YQZ it 2 Brandt Humphry Ron Tomich lim Zambarelli Coach O'Brien f 'I"'g "" j , 'llf' ' N . v 7':xQ, f.f2v,:l!ffH-Y '1 Y ' krrkr ll kkyzr EV' ,,,,,, ,Weil , , ,,,k i-Hfifmrg, . ll a"f:f"f-f . 'A M' " ' ., . K ','w All-CIF Brandt Humphry shows his pitching form. 'S g si ,,:.7i,1 V' j1:5Q'f.-,N "lf1?'i5llLEfE3,' 5-'ff51,i-iilfiazf Bat girls keep players fired up. ff, Speedster Mark Toma runs out a bunt. All-league Ed Bowen is ready to hit. K 'S .M if i 5? af' if 1 ' i ' f ' xl ll ,sf 3 ik' -ff -. f.. M -- 'S V ' fs i W - , :-31" , , rhs. Senior Ed Thurber loosening up. W ,,,. -:arm e.. Even the all-leaguers miss once in a while. The 1974 junior Varsity Baseball Team hoped to continue the streak of Bay League Titles made by the previous l.V. teams. Last year's team won, for the first time, the South Bay j.V. Championship, and this year's team would like to continue this success. Coach Bill Cunerty feels that this year's team will have strong pitch- ing, led by Larry Kuhn and Vince Paldino, and fine hitters, led by Corky Wyrick, to win many games. Coach Cunerty would like to continue his winning tournament streak. So far, his teams have won every tournament they've en- tered. Q je, ' , nw.. M 3- .. Y 5 3 X -, - ' , 1 v ,S . 5 er f 4 .Q P A I , 3 Sfqfzt' s,-iX, . ., . .. ' .. . . -if :irate K' ini? .liliijiv - -1 i J- ' A A , -f '-5'i'.fx5f'F'f-.Fifi. ' 'A-'waz -. -una -Y V ,s4,,1tt ..q, . V Pg I , V , T -4:e -Wi m-Q - - .. -' . ' -- ' e rw' - . -"5 "W .. ' W V ' W' " i ' ". l"L'f.TL?'1.L. t:.77.g5'..i'f1-V 'Z L ' ,.- ,. . , ,f ' :LJ I X g A Q Q ' S' X . fr . - ., -- .T -agg - E , - It U M, ' ,fat -- , ,. .. .-1,-,I ' tr -H Q , -, .-as M. 4,1 504, H if Qtyfgxt W , -Y A g , - L . Of. ,. wgra lffril-'?.vg:"1 5 .. K , 4- . L , ' ff, - -T' .Q .-ax tw Z.. N ,- 1- .V 5 My -"- ' t .T V- . Q.. '12 '--a' sf' 2 ' ' by if -frm V3fv.g.g.,g.. 3. , .K -V M- ,, , - A- ge .--1. + -,. ' "2 , , -' Q . 4, ' 1 ...T . 'ffl I - if1',,,,.j' X 'fx pr - J .14-'- aa sa. vt N V .- ESA...-.,'e-s:L.,""' 494.-AL,2v.ias?... 5 We ' ' ' 'ef' 1 "f-CF-'. 1'4"-5 il f5f"3:fffi"-if-' V . --." tal: tv- " '- ' i . 'M 'V ez'-an ' we , I is K, ., ' - K v AW, if 7-it . :gain f , f f I AA ,,1".vi. gwiiw.. 41 W EY- i A U X 'f - "1 'Fw' ,K .Q Q, t - - Q -. Q.. s , , ., .. ... K ,. V-, L.. . ., - , W , W pew'-we ,- .ft-.X-1 f , , -,A ..psf:'w -'S ' 5 v v 'Ng ,..,' , ..,wtn'yh 'grae'--4 4' -3, . , Wm - ,N ,, Q X' X1 Q.3.T"1'f?'t .. 9,1-.rt g ... - . . . . X A . -if-rr L Y' - --., ,.f.f i.n.,,,. -ff ,U .- -1 .f-,C .+L .,, .,-.M . V. . K, -J 1 f,,X... . 1 A 1 -4. K-yoj f ,3x,y.,,N s f - T . Q. N - junior standout Scot Pyle. 'Hoy t . r effflfe-'55:""5' "' . V, , . . . X-',v , , ,A- ,1. , I J. MHA . .'S Hope to Continue Winning Ways 1' 5 9 ' . ...... f mime' W i fi ijvi we WHL' T itei T -8. Q 1 ' V . 23 gh X7 RH 4 .TX Ryu Ward' mt Row 1-john McEwen, Greg Magles, Charles Godbee, Don Hara, Larry Kuhn, Tim Skaggs, lerry Shodall Row 2-Mark Burgan, Randy Angel, Tom Futter, Mike Willey, Bill Atkinson, Vince Paladino, Corky Wyrick, Coach Cunerty. Frosh-Soph Baseball Builds Toward Future ' :Q lll ' 'iil f f l' , a a u " """""""'-1 as ,S A - - MN . A . M THE FROSH-SOPH BASEBALL TEAM Freshman hurler Billy Lee shows good form. Coach Steve Sch mitz North High's Frosh-Soph baseball team hopes to con- tinue North's winning ways by winning the Bay League this year at deadline time. Coach Schmitz felt the team was really shaping up. He felt they had the necessary combination of good pitching and solid hitting for a winning team. Coach Schmitz explains to his rookies that their little league days are over. sf me Q 4 Varsity Pulls Biggest Upset in League A -i M 3 , 1 '-ff , N , S , .,., , ,,,s Alvuf gsgg , -vm.: B Q li 5 S ASTA! re: twig ,,, M . g 22 1 s K at 'K me My A ,W t .l y em arf 'W in L L S' ll! K J 4 if . 1 , k Q M X if Q A 1 , ., ve eJ,.Esfa.:ffM rl ' ,. Y " W 1 ' ., k S A, , t.,t .. i si- ,, I Hg S B, V- .. Air Nwsaygf ,,,f V .Q W A we. .MW:w. .Q-mshnxr-,.s. W. . .. - f,gg,,,,s,4,.,.',,,,1..: gf,-' f . A ,s,,,, . , ti - i '1 , Mike Yoshii Mike Kaneshiro Ken Woren g,,' - - I t , - Z 'YQ ,,a,qf'f of ,Mx f. U A la, Ti Q S GQ2 Row 1-Brian linuma, Ron Matoba, Mark Hughes, Mike Kaneshiro, Richard Takechi, Bob Fuller Row 2-Coach Tierney, Ron Shimizu, Ken Woren, Steve Moberg, Chris Brissey, Tim Scott, Bob Mooney Ron Shimizu - QM, ,vp l t 4 f in I , . . 5 1 'il 5 i , w x lox t X, Brian Iinuma THE 'l974lUNlOR VARSITY TENNIS TEAM jV's Look Good in Tough Ba League With one or two years under your belt, you can really start to develop your tennis game. That's how it was 5 W QSM ...j a -r . . . . . .. - Sw' f . with this year's junior Varsity Tennis g g r .......--sg . g -. Team. The pre-season consisted of after-school practices and challenges. No one knew who started until the beginning of the match. The lV's had some good matches against tough Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Santa Monica. Bob Blinder was one of the top lunior Varsity performers. Emi Powerful shot! The perfect forehand! 1: f Q r"' tt" ' MTW... . Varsity star Mike Yoshii. The winningest doubles team of Matoba and Shimizu Frosh-Soph Netters Look Good in League The Freshman and Sophomore Tennis Teams When you look back at the North High tennis program, it has not been known for its great tennis teams. In the last four years, how- ever, the tennis program has grown tremendously, under the watchful eye of Coach Terry Tierney. This year's Frosh-Soph Tennis Team has one of the largest turn-outs. With all those guys practicing after school, the team looked forward to an exciting season. The Frosh-Soph had some great matches against an always tough Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills teams. Mr. Tierney was pleased with the performance of his Frosh-Soph players, and is looking forward to a better season in the future. Varsity stand-out senior Ron Matoba. Ron Fuller with a powerful serve six as Carol Woods shows perfect form. G mnastics. . 1973-74 Girls Gymnastics Team. i 2 ,,,kV W., s..... .. A I Sharon Lechner doing a cartwheel with no hands! I 123-136 Si, With the greatest of ease. n Thrill of Life. !! .-"""" Pu' ...ra , Dulci Ogi on the highest bar. Turnabouts fair play. "HqIp! l'm stuck!" O I O Girl Splkers Look Tough in League f it 'lllll The volleyball team came in second in ' the Bay League this year. They played seven games and lost one. It was a close l game to Santa Monica. The score was 15-13. This was the second year the team went to C.l.F. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Front Row-S.Thurn, W.Miller, A.Echaverria, L.Hasbrouck, H. Gomez, l.Rock, V.Stellman 2nd Row-N.Mitchell, M.Goudy, D.Daniels, M.Curtin, C.Alger, l.Divinski 1973-74 Girls Track H+? - 1 1 76 Row 1: C.Nesbitt, Barnie, T.Yoshii, M.Carwoly, L.McClelland, R.BaerIein, D.Smith Row 2: L. Graham, S.Escobedo, S.Borth, l.IreIan, C.Hays, B.EIliott, R.Herz. Row 3: M.HiIlman, N.BiIlica, M. Haga, G.Cregor, C.Gregor, W.Igarashi Row 4: D.Landry, D.DanieIs, M.Goudy, L.Blue, R. Mah- korn. :J Gettin' higher in the world. Off and running! Girl Cagers Pla Tough N.MitcheIl, W.MiIIer, K.Nishihira, P.Ogata, L.ReboIIo, S.Thurn. Row 2: B.jacobs, S.Ross, T.Ton, C.Strege, j.Young, M.Togioka. QQ K -I Sm :+- i Y i -Q. wr.. orth Runs to Victor . ,Q K K Q ,i A ,, e Fight to the end. Keep on Truckin'! NN.. 0. juniors Class of '75 IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: lClockwise From Topj leff Goddard-President, first semesterg Grace Kim-Vice-President, second semesterg Mary Nishimoto-Treasurer, second semesterp Shirley Takigawa-Secretary, second semesterp Mike Fisher-President, second semesterg Arleth Echavar- ria-Treasurer, first semesterp Diana Berk-Girls' League Representative, first semesterg Holly Lum-Vice-President, first semester. X ,... S 5 :zxfgs F l ,f 'A 5 Adams, Sanda Adsen, Keith Ajioka, George s user. va far- '- - ,Ke-Q.. A b Q M El is + M... fin . ,,. uulgam ,..,.... Allen Debra Alvarez, Teresa Anderson, Bambi if-5 Abrams, Mike Adams Deborah E X Q ,lx 2 t I Acosta, Agustin R i is 'X w - .mm H q X E Wiii' 33. - f i f is M-'I 3 ' fn -- I:,,, ' wt. A ., si , ssiss . I 1 '.,, if . Andry, Michael Angel, Randy Antolic, Kristine Apodaca, Paul Arnold, Carol Asamoto, Steven Asato, Carl if M wk I liifit, Akutagawa, lon Albert, Charles Aleshire, Brenda ssss f . lt - A C sllss , V., , V ., Baker, Cheryl Baker, Stacey Baldwin, Alice Barbray, Gloria Bareford, Dale Barnes, lulie Barnett, Daniel :sw,:se::ssffazszfQQs. 'K l 4? s Q 1. ,. 1 . S iiil , xi? A W5 5 A 4 ' s Z 3 Y i -I .ag .4 'K Anderson, jackie Anderson, joel Anderson, Michael Q r E AB if 'K s 9 EE ",, W it S E-gli ESX i ig at , wg 1 What is Randy waiting for. s . qi xx at if? . If A 1 " L " A sscc if - ,tr K -' . i 4? f ii ji,g'?f4" ,Mi -- ' H' t ir this ' ,. X "lf 5 if' . i Ski gi ..:L 5 y iiairi 4 2, ,- L ,. Atkinson, William Austin, Steven Avalos, Andrew Ayer, Edward Ayer, Vickie Baez, Nancy Bailey, Rebecca Barnett, Roy Barsley, Gary Barthel, jeffrey Barto, Beth Barton, Lenora Bast, C'Dale Baugh, Susan fu 1 if-fl-V , ,LMA Blakeman, Richar Blau, Mike Blinder, Bob Blyleven, lerry Bobbitt, Lyle Bohannan, Mary a A ,fm :itat ,f , .W . .K 2 wr ' 5,52 'vw i 5 'X 4 ,V . 'fb ' 1 nv Beach, Gail Beaty, Rhonda Beaver, Kim Beck, Diane Beckler, Art Begole, Steve Behm, Bob Belcher, Ernest Bell, Scott Benton, Lynne Bergay, Evelin Bergh, Sharon Berk, Diane Berkley, Richard Bertoni, Stephanie Billica, ludy Birce, Peggy Bishop, Tom Blair, Kathy Blake, Ron Bou nds, Denise Bourbonnais, Euge Bowman, Myra Bowsher, Myra Brammer, Brian Brandt, Joanna Brasel, Hollie Bray, Don Breitenstein, Susan Brink, Bill Brissey, Dwight Brook, loyce Brown, Danny Brown, Charlie Brown, Richard Bruecker, Terry Brugnola, Anna A. Brunswick,Gary F 4 f Bu bar, Jeffrey g 1 , -4 gl, 1'-Q. Pl! -vs Burgan,Mark - N , Q. Burgasser, Leslie - ' ' ,, " Burgett, lanice ' N G4 Burich, Kathleen 1. Bushong, jeffrey Buzzell, Sharon Galonge, Glenda , Cannon, Christy Caparino, Remed Carazo, Alfonzo v 'X Q 1 T X Y 1' ic ' Carazo, Celia Castillo, Gabriel Caswell, Kenneth Catania, Kathleen Cavanaugh, Patricia Cavanaugh, Susan Champagne, Robert I all .5 at a l -' tk , ia, SX , 1. - Clayton, Greg Cleveland, Daniel Clifford, Allison Cobb, Tamera Cohen, David Coclasure, Linda Colston, john Cook, Robert Coons, Maryann Costa, joseph Cowan, Brenda Craig, Alan Crawford, Ann Crawford, Mitzi Cuda, Shelley Cumberland, Charis g, R aff. +4,f Y Vi if 41 lava , Checa, Hairo Chisam, Russell Choi, Cindy Chomori, Carol Chylak, Christine Claxton, Craig l l , ' 4 yr 2 "' f .Z : h S, 4 . W ,. ,f if i ,. vi, W n Karim Y ' y mfg. l ,Af 1 r 'cg' Q :-f rs- fn l f V5 5 I 'a , A ,sz 4,2 V W,:z, Curling, Chris " V ' Dahlen,1ohn 3 'M N Davis, Roger A ll De Felice, Deborah if r - Q De Luca, Ted ,Z 'W De Palma, Susan W I , , ' De Rozario, Sandra is my Delgado, Corrine Dempster, Susan r X ' Dennis, Roselyn Desmond, Mark 1 ,wx ll ll r fag X 4' ,,.. ff, ,.,,f Q r r " rv 535, 1 ' V I, j X 1 V X 21 5 l 3 Dusich, Mike Earley, Connie Echavarria, Arleth Eguren, Francene Eisinger, Kurt Elkins, Mark Elliott, Brenda Elrod, Kathy Elrod, Mark Erickson, Karen Escribano, Mary Eubanks, john Eudy, Teri Fawley, Ruth Fernandez, Cyndee Finne, john Fisher, Mike Fogal, Wade Foltz, Roger Foster, Brenda Foster, Pete 130 ' F P A him M' A w w 1 ' ,,, ,A f 1 lf l la l 4? A if .Er 3, ,ff , ll ,,., is ir ll' , s ,s,l l is i iw, " li? ar l DiMartino, Angela 2 Z 'i Dittmar, julie Doi, Eileen F Dokken, Deanna , Dominguez, V Patricia f"'i,gEL , Dosek, Terry Z 'V , 4. . . .V Duarte, Sylvia J Dube, Howard A Duncan, Bill Dupont, james Q . l 1 E gflf l , ull.,-x A .,,, - ff X wx I .Nl 1 l , wif i :L L , 'N' ' Q. 1 ff - lpn 4 :' im- 3 Mgr.. 1 s. .- , , , Sardner, Doreen Jarfield, Angela larland, Mathew Barnett, Dennis Jarrido, Albert Harrison, Maria See lr., Robert Jeier, Kathleen Senova, Rosemarie Jentles, Bruce Ihione, joseph I-ilbert, William Jiuliano, Marlena Jlavis, Anthony - M, vwff ' Hug gg, Y' "" Q 9 F ' F Q' 22 ' 'M L , i 5 t ', F' ,. ES - Q ...qw ' ,,..., , ' l A ' . I K, ,. l'i ' ll 'ai FrancO,lohn i Franklin, Bonnie H' ..,, ,ii A fy K i Franklin, Brian ' , '--r 1 Fraser, Doris Frazier, Stephen Fredrick, George ,,., i .., 5 . .f . . .t,. :V 2 'fr N av' ii 41' Y M 3 ' ,A 1 3 www rrr, F i,te t ii? Glendenning,1ohn Goddard, jeff Gomez, Valerie Gonzales, Dolores Gonzales, Mona Goodman, Brian Goodson, lohn Goodwin, Erin Goraku bo, Stephanie Gosser, Tim Graham, Martha Granlu nd, Vicki Grant, lohn Grater, Kendel Gratton, Joanne Graves, lim Grawey, Raymond Gray, Mavis Green, Gloria Green, Perry Greenwald, Roberta Greenwood, Kim Greetan, Pam Gregory, Lori Greteman,john Greytak, Virginia Grigg, Arthur Grocholl, Kathy Guillen, Nancy Guss, Cheryl Hand, Margo Hannifin, Barbara Hansberger, Billie Hara, Bruce Harada, Debbie Harada, Nancy Haraguchi, Masami Harrington, Valerie Harris, Danny Harris, Gary Hasbrouck, Laurie Hashimoto, Calvin 132 Q Ar 4 or fi iw 0 12 fl in wi grim A M6 ifr 5 X ' X 4' a fi X K ,st 4 W if 'Q .. . ' G T t iii igktff in fl K W 'F " , f yy V 5 i I i 1 ' l , E x 9 Jy r li 4' t 4 E 1 f' 'iisf 'Z 1 as , +, 'K ri v 5' Y ws. is - ' fix Q 32 ,ct lg SG- v. f' 2 ii 5 fy , Z l g '5 K A I EQ M3175 xi ft 4' ,ffAw.ll'Wf2g mg, -591 5 ' ' , . lx., i K 4, ,. u Q l R F' J' if Ol r - , xv i fl-. J , 153' 5 ii", ' , Q' thx 3 li I ' , Q . 1 2,, X l - K 8 , G tl f::,' X x 1 t ef, MIN . , , 1 .17 .gf Q S' , ,, Q1 . ,A - 1.-. w '4' N. f Ei, 5 ,, ii V Qi Q I it K if 1,4-Qfiffv X 'EL' t 3313 , My 4. 193 . f l s, h ,N A1 '24 Q i in 'N yr V, i -it L 12, r? ,li 33 f any C ' , -cl 4, r. .fs 4' ,B iv.. 54 1 Q if .lf 'l We 't 'ai , 5 ii ,LA "Wm rt 4 , . li he , , . , , j lt ' ,.., ,, 'l i ii' .ex , V fa my If L ' me J. 1 t gs Q fy i Rf - ii? ,,,Z ,, ,I . , s h ,, 'J Ji' 'gf . A as , ffl Hashimoto, Donald Haslam, Steven Hatfield, Roy Hayashi, julie Hayashi, Karen Hays, Caron Heath, Sheena Hefington, Steven Hefner, David Heinlein, Rita Henderson, Steve Herrst, Scott Herz, Robin Heser, Donald Heyning, john Hibbard, Kim Higashi, Karen Hilburn, Gloria Hillman, Robert Hodgson, Glen Hoehn, Nikolaus Hoff, Kevin Holland, Janine Holsinger, Frank Honda, Stanley Horney, Ross Horst, Richard Hosta, Theresa Householder, Terrence Howell, Brenda Howell, David Hubenet, Susan Huber, Debra Huddleston, lan Hudock, Scott Huggard, Raymond Hutchins, Kenneth Hymer, Raymond linuma, Brian Ikeda, Gwenn lnouye, Diana Irwin, Debbie Honest Guys, "I didn't do it." 133 lsoda, Valerie lwasaka, Edward Jabaut, Donald Jackson, Jeff Jackson, Michael Jamison, Erin Janclaes, Richard Jaworski, Sherri Jeffers, Carrie Jeffery, Alan Jenkins, Cindy Jenson, Glenn Jett, Raymond Johnson, Cindy il' , A wilfgi l if 'l' V vkliffgxi i 3 .za y ,,. gwf . i ,- , U 2, 2 " s , , it , iv Qi vt S is Kosuda, Victor Koyanagi, Gwen Kramer, james Krusey, Charles Kruth, jerry Kruth, Thomas Kuboshige, loan Kurz, Candy Kuwahara, Mark Lackey, Greg Lainson, Bob Lambert, Debbie Landis, Cindy Lane, Audrey Lannon,1ay Larson, jim Lauffer, Lori Lawrence, Randy Leachman, Karen Leatham, Lysle Lee, Garrett Lee, Paul Leer, Nancy LeFrancois, Robyn Leip, Robin Lem, lanis Lembke, Vicki Lenander, Debbie Levine, Lori Lewandowski, Pauline Ley, Patricia Locicero, Steve Long, Laura Loo, Richard Looney, Tim Lopez, David I. Lopez, Hilda Lisa Lopez, Lisa Lopez, Ralph Lovesoy, Tim Lowerison, Mark Lozer, Dawn Lubben, David 135 f Wg, K 'Z 'W ref ' w J rf' V .,f,: ,,- 5 M ,, ., f 7? a, 5 . ??,,., 'gg Marr, lay Marsh, lan Martin, Denise Martin, Tom Martin, Vivian Martinez, Bernie Masuda, Kimi Mata, Hortencia Matson, Lori Matsunaga, Brenda Maupin, Joann Mayeda, Danny ' ft M ' M ,r." L c M gg ' WMM- Ili 'iw 'rai f- a 3722 tk M , , f M' -H - we 1, b fi, 5 F V 5 '91 ,. if . Q35 Q ' 'P g' :aww :- :. MQ 'ii" 122413 ' 1,0 --,,,,,,. ,,,, , A! 1 53 5 is! -. 2145. 9 , J " ,Z ,V Ill - e Mester, Russell ' 1 5 If 'li' 5 fl M ,M MM ,M ,E , ,,., Q , M c 5 If ,, rj 3 5 A' I M. ,F iii ' nf I , nw hz' HQ 'ir','- L riii, f M iaia C 5' ii ek 2 ,K X1, M " 2 ,I M ",. " , 5 M , IQ, 'af,, J: 5 kfiz.-f' I -- ,-ag i' M-Q, ,,, r,,, 'ff ,QM A reea g gg if , ' 'sq M 5' rarrrr , M , , f" M- in -M r--r e,:2'Hifff5??MiA '! ff ii' LM . il f .,,, 'W'i' ' C ! ' ',,, ,M ,A ME, :af M w M ,,,,, 1 C , Q "ii Y M -i', M L .. ,, ,,, r,,,,, M ,,,, ,,,, M M ,, ' ft M 5 V ,,, ,::, , 5- i 1 i ,,M M MM 3, i7 s ' ,,,, M M, L M .aww 1 J . Mendes, Gary Mercer, Scott Merendo, Gail 1 f ff ,I g , , fr if ff? Q . 'IL X f 5- " lf. l View F t l . Z2 ff i 4 xi, B 1 Luedke, Terry Luehmann, Alan Luger, julie Lukesh, Loraine Lum, Holly Lumley, Bob Lynch, Barbara Lynch, Christopher Lynch, Linda Lynch, Martin Macy, Carin Madsen, Paul Magles, Greg Maglietto, Vicki Main, Bob Maki, Kelly Maldonado, Gary Malugeon, Diane Mangiagli, Gina Markham, Chela Markham, Cheryl , I, ,, .9 M 1 2 --' Some Saxons McCaffrey, Marianne McCloskey, Kathy McKenzie, Means, Tina Melgares, Steve Melillo, Celia Melough, lanine Don't disturb my meal! l kr: iss . 5 ,T ' s Sl fs ,, X,,. ., .4 I 5,32 5 at 'Q 1 Y if Q , Lf QQ. v - ,rf ll 'K B Y L N QL as ' , 1 H , G, AA ,ni ,,7W,, AX in I f Q z f S l f . A. study. ai. - gf QV fi 2 4 f I , y i ax, 'X X ,. Metzler, lim Miller, jeff Miller, Patti Miller, Wendy Miner, Diane Mitchell, Guy Mitchell, lana Mitchell, Marianne 59' r-K 45 N if x 1 ,Am 4? rv' 5' 9 ,, X X 1 I X, E 1 4 4 'Z ... :A ,?,'.,,1 x ' ' s . PM '16-A':h?x,,? Meditation li rg in 1 2 ll 1 S 3. 4, if i , 5 5.5 ' , A L - ft illt 'M ,fr 2 J , f ' rr , .,,. N.. I U 6 8 ' Ls W ,-kl. . D .1 ' 13 is 9 ..-...ni 1 ...-"" 'Q W, . HX' ..f ' v,:,'r1f " "-f, 1 ' 1219. Q , , , r F nl A Mitchell, Ronald Moore, Richard Morimoto, Roy Morioka, Fred Morris, Stephanie Morrissette, Cindi Moss, Virginia Mukaihata, Gail Mulvihill, Patricia Munday, Sheree Murakami, May Murakoshi, Tom Myzel, Tom Nakashima, lanis Nambu, Carolyn Narusawa, loel Nelson, Barry Nelson, lodi Nelson, Robin Neubauer, Loretta Nikkels, Diana Nilsson, Gary Nishimoto, Mary Nordstrand, Linda Nulty, Michael Nuss, Chris O'Bannon, Michael O'Brien, Colleen Oda, Guy Oden, Debbie Ogi, Dulcie Oka,1anelle Okada, Douglas Oliva, Angela Oliver, Terry Olsen, Tom Olvera, Sue Ona, locelyn Ondell, joseph Onishi, Phillip 137 138 f 'Y ' , t ffl Fill' I ' if Pace, lanet Pagano, Nina Parker, Margaret Parker, Shale Pantel, Dave Pavlakos, julie Pederson, Paul S M707' ,:i"f , ,Q ' fiflllliif 6 C V f -ff-Z 2 1 . et,,,,H,, x,Kt,1-it ,I ,fHf,,fH1, Phelps, Deborah Pittman, Caryn Platt, Mark I, f "-- . ig! 1 vs Lg l at i- J 49 5 f I Pond, loan ne Pond, Steven Posner, Shelley Pyle, Scot Quiroz, Michele Ragsdale, Brian Ramsey, Donald Raper, Donella Raposa, Steven Rayor, David A 2 in t, f f, it 4 'vi at - 1 41:11:15 f , W. 3 ,..,,,, . sptjy f , " , :rm 2 4 l J as ' my A vi 5 s. ,,,, ,, 'Z l ff 11222 l X4 l llll lllll R l 5,7 W ,,, , If N 5 S L ll v' na: 'W ft Jffl5QLlQQl , erri B ,,,, W ,L ,S silt is ' , 'MEEQEWQV 'EL ,W y 2 ,y 2 ,..,, WIP? s tgp , 'Q ef f, f i ' va. S. ,,.,,,,A.,,,, s .,,,, 5 C' . .. W ,W , M a ' R- ,,,,,,,. ft, it i E 2 ,- 4r'7 if K .eea fat? 2 2 i as ,,,,,,,, ' ,fs ig fl 3 ,riffs 4 E S t if if -- , A 4 y4 l -E k, y ,E 2 ,lil , rf :az ' W f ft Q , ' 2 "-'- H x t ,,,,le.. P' " 2 at MZ " on , ,. , ii' ii,, wiwwv, . .. ,, ,A T ",, eerrrrrrrn 2 L L 1 L lvli y 1 f y, f wc 5 f 4 95 X iff f l ' , , , .fy Ormond, Debbie Ono, Miles O'Reilly, Tim Orth, Lyle Ortiz, Lorri Oyama, Patsy Ozaki, Ernest Perez, Cindy Perez, Rose Perkins, Gail Peters, William Peterson, Larry Petter, Scott Pettit, Robert Polichetti, Dale Pollock, Ronald Pollock, Terri .11,, ., Q g ., It Z y I , ' ' 2 ,wk , , , 1 V f A if Q4 4, 9 el 2942, 1 i ' 2 , . ',: . ,,. la That was the funniest one I ever heard 5, f it .,,, W ,s,,, ' f '4 '?47a:tE:y.:ggvz. f sf, ,W ffsffwesmesse H , . ,,,l,,, .,,,.W,, f it ,tn ,, , , ,5,w4sv'z,sfv f up f- 5 fs ,f 'mass ? , if if X t f:,:i'f,gfffatzj av ,s of ' 1' X 65 F , f i 'W i . K- . W V V' if a in V f 1 ' ' -I f , .f7,,'f - 'P "H xiii "5' 'V W"' 1 t it if 1 3 I iii tn' ,vw 'f Q ' iii- , 23 t , 5 Poteet, Mark Powers, Larry Preihs, Donald Price, Kimberly Price, Rebecca Provence, Leslie Purdy, Margaret Razzolini, Mike Rebollo, Linda Redden, Dean Reed, Carol Reed,Darel Reed, Kim Reichert, Louanna Ripley, Ron Ruttle, Eric Saito, Paul Sesto, loh n ' 4 2, '25 ' fs, A , .Jf,.,f RR Y , ' gh V , . , ,.,-1i i RelSr Paul ' ' ' 2 i sV,iif Rempeff,Cvmhia A ' ,, V fp, 2 ,M k ,Q f -, y Renze,Michele V 4 M, f S X , Q, ,, 1 fra R 1 ReYeSfMHfia I V , V , ' .rf R , 1 l R , Rhodes, Marlene M .JV , 1 i t I ,f L A , . 4 Eiga, Cynghg - x f ji , , ,.: , I IC mon , uy - Ii ' t . .. , ' - Ridgway, RUSSGU lllli ilg V. Ml 5 ,, Rfegefflmfme , 1 ,W R R S V W s V.-is , ,Vs-to V S , V1 14 'fV 2 - 1 ' 'N ' -4 f' VV 3475 1 " 4 Rlppetol john Q I . 1, Q, gap V, V gk V, -VV W A4 1 Roberson, Rennie "iz 'R ,f R R Roberts, Dennis R f R - . R 5 R E V Robinson,loan ,V 1 ' 'Wi" QA , ,. 5 -.ff , Rx: -, 3 S , ' 'Rf 'V , SV g f...,,. . limi. ,,,,.. ,,...., 274 ?.m...,-. ,W . .A,, , ,, my ..,,W..a...,.. 5 My , S f E ii Rocco,Michael - f R iii i,R,ii,,i V Vi R0dfigUe2,R0Sa S t ' f P- j R , - Af 5 Rogge, Mark ,V ' KPN N R V V A Q Sk i 1 keg ' Romero, Lawrence R , V , au, 5 Y, Root, Scott ff. . R 'iw' 642 . , R fi' fied. ROSS, Sheryl - ' xl 9' - R - , Q ze- fbiii .v 45 2. Rothrock, Shelley Q .V q V, -- , , Rudberg, Matthew R 'J R V 742 Q . , Q 4 Runge, David A '- Vg ili V , 3. 3 , H M V . Sack, Christiane V l, V 'ff x f A K1 gy . Sack, Christine i R 5 3 V " 5 RR 1, t Vw eff P i is t V, it X . Q if ff. it R V sa: ' t ""' 3 'i"" -. R R 'RRR' ' Wi' ' M ,f Q X Sakamoto, Lynn ,.,,,, - , , - R , , I J- ., , J , Sanders, Patricia ,V ,f Q op M' iiii R -'f :R Sanders, Roger K, I , 15.5, 5 ' gi, E ' :YQ , , 3 Sanders, Ronda Q , y. N? f ' 5 11 r , ' Ri Sanders, Steve 1, D' Wi I' 7 R Sandoval,luliana R V IQ t ' R My Sasaki, Annette RR R , - , issis Sazegar, Mark A5 3 2' V 'R f 1 V , ' Scharein Harrl' fi , ,"s il? ' Schwake, Markus AV R Q f as Scrivner,Janice L ' R H Vi' V .ffl V " 'E 'V H-1-V 1 Seamansf Kevin 2 5 "1-, - lil V R"' f , 3 Sencerbox, Kristy 1 l t n 33, 1 5 " V S 4' ' l V , ,V N AAV' ,.,,.,..,, I ,. ..,. ,,.,i, , WE ' V, R ,j ' V , , " A ' fi lg , l ll Shandera, Paul S i iie r S V R S V V , D it 2 , it Shafwed ' - '-' 2 . i A E ei 34 f A ' " 'fi 2 1? 'R V. , Y 'Qi Sheckler, Dale V, -A 1 , U' Q I t, . - ' 3 R V Sherman, Steven ' V - 1- ,, 3 V7 Shields, Diane ' l, V5 is m in A 1, u Shields, Maureen RRRRR ' XJ 25, X R Shimizu, Ronald h,jf?',g2 ' 155 l , ,gg ' ' :fi .il la Q Shinmoto, Tracy Shiraga, Vivian Shodall, Laura Shoesmith, Donald Shoji, Lucy Shuss, Andrea Silvas, Michael ,wwfww f in , "sf I ' u M ' t 2 "Ni J ' 1, ,wx fl? . , 'W -sw! R 3 fisfii 7 "f-52512231 ' ' X -yslr - .... QQ: -- --. I l 'sa i 4 -1 , fa f ,j fi 1 V l if f S l fi' EZ , 1, D" A it Z mari i V4 f S , , , ,513 - . fr YN .f 5 ,5 V , l V, V, X4 1 wg A Q ,,..,t-W. af ' 1 V R ' 1 . , ,Iliff , M, ,I Simonsen, Paul Simpson, Karen Simpson, Sandy Skenes, Beth Slick, William Smith, Donna Smith, Marsha f 14 i 'L rp y i ' ' r ..:,,: fwmwfwn ck -. "k, . - K .s l - X 5? XR -A X i l'5.l lllt Sotuyo, Rick Sparks, Jackie Spears, Daniel Spellmeyer, Kevin Spencer, lohn Spindler, Elizabeth V ' fgffi z' ' ., ,. M. ' 'fi f 2,1 1 fl, If f ,V gg 1119: JM 1, J H if 4? ' at I -. Stephens, Robert Stevens, jerry Stevenson, Daryl Stoughton, Gary Stovall, Carolyn Stradley, Patti Suarez, Mary l i 'WM . JHY4, l . r-W 'N 'T' '93 C Takemura, Michael Takeyama, Mark Takigawa, Shirley Takigawa, William Tanaka, William Telfair, Dianne Temmins, Keith Till, Robin Toma, Mark Tomich, Ron Toron, Margarita Towne, Larry Treadwell, Kathleen Tsuruta, Karen N V ' 1? ll lf 25 is 'ig P 12 .1 5 4 ,1 140 Q at tv A H X w ' S A d omers u rey ' any V .za . 3 if ,v x 5 45 P . 954' y Q L f -s i Q., 347 . ' 1 ' fi' QM i n f, ' 'eff h ' As 'TV 4 145 M an " 5 5 , tg it 1 1 2 A i . . 5 l -1 K tw , ZX' if if 54' - L QM' Eff 'in F F '17 1 , v Q .1 get W., l, .. ... , ,,,,,.,, . ,,,, , ,IAK P V , HTCZM S E3 .i'W5 ' an 2: -,,f 3 'fx , I , , ,, ,,.,,, ,. , ,IT A 2 K , A gr, aim t WL 2 , , . Q it All Q . , 32251 ' , 2? .Y 4 Q H un X f '23 'til' , ' Smith, Randall Smith, Ree Smith, Rose Smylie, Arvin Sola, Nilda Soliz, Veronica Solomon, David T .t,,, . 'Q 'fig ,V A, irvi Q? Q.. Stacy, Dawn Stancl, Gregory Staples, Nancy Stauffer, Sue Stein, Kandis Steiner, Debbie Stellman, V. Sugimoto, Cheryl Sullivan, Teresa Sun, Priscilla Suzuki, Kathryn Swanson, Diana Taguchi, M. Takata, Ken ,, m,,r5.,. . Y T G 'D 1: 351-1 f li. IZ' .- ni ., Terada, Randy Tharp, Steven Theobald, Kathy Thomas, Debra Thomas, Michael Throssel, C. Thurn, Sharon , x Tsutsui, Carol Tsutsui, Eric Turner, Greg Valenzuela, C. Van De Water, A. Vars, Cynthia Vasquez, lim ff - is-Sai Vickrey, Vickie Vigil, Gloria Vigil, Veronica Villagomez, loanne Villoria, Susan Voss, loseph Ward, Brian Weimerskirch, Irma Welch, Camille Wilkinson, Ruth Williams, Katherine Williams, Randy Wilson, Cherie Wilson, Robert ".., ,vi me I -X P- W' J Y if D , 'tilt V --., 15 . f i., ' X .Q ' Yi f' . ., Q ' Y Q H ez fp' A. is Wolpert, Leni Wood, lo Ann Woodell, lanice Woodruff, Mona Wyrick, Courtney Yadao, Lawford Yamane, Pamela Yoshida, Gary Yoshioka, Pamela Young, loyce Young, julie Yuge, Kenneth Zampell, Ted Zamrodd, john Class of "75" "it 3 Q -at 9,3 W1 t Q ' if 15. ' : W is li Q, tn C 'br Q iii, sl e X5 A s 1: as s W 'r i at st f st- JJ: L ,figs .L U 9 X i Vasquez, lim Vega, jimmy Ventress, Timothy Ventura, Angela Verduzco, johnny Vereeke, Paul Vergara, Glen Watters, Patricia Webb, Edward Weddle, Sheri Weddle, Terri Weeks, Leslie Weeks, Mike Wel'1king,lanet K Winterstrom, Trevy Wisdom, Althea Wishimura, Lynette Witherspoon, Kathy Wolff, lohn Wolff, Tom Wolfram, Craig sa: qfif -,i 2 5 .- Yamamoto, Louis Yamamoto, Randy Yamanoha, Brian Yamashiro, Keith Yap, Rance Yocum, Rita Yogi, Sharon l 142 'Bk ,h 5: 50' Q iggngmx 'fe'51:1.:e.u fgvawfjp gl - 9 1-E" :QPU wk K + wswl ggi- 3553, 2:'3mA ? WJ fa X113 J, ,S ?,,ww,42H+mh,. ws mm mwcgwf -4- vw -.1 ,uw .ao-Y gsm aw MMM " ue' Im' 'iiiiim Clubs ' ' ' , :J 5, "-rf. -455, .5T5F5'jg5' N ff Sufi15.53-ffggssfsfsfglssssssfffsssssssss.. -- 555555,vsssssss,::sf:fssss. r- I , . . ff' sums. , lmksx'gg-14fwffa'f, Y,iqisdqgggzissv,5::55!,,,:.:Sf5sss5s55f:"' 5555555 -:11f:2s5ff:5F5f55 .K - , 1 '? ...--- -r -X ,1:lHd:y-'fel''vnl:u.. JI' .3'IIL'..,.,..!HHtI:..IICJZICCLI .... .-v-11-- 3 '-'------- . , af?-'.i.:s!sszszf1f jgsqslfggzgf +71'!"Ei,:ss:?igg5. v2:sss1:ssssiiiis?f:zf 'ssaarasss11422fi2Qsf1sssssfsss2fzfs2Q22, ' W -H my ' " 1':'?555?555555ii52i?f?5?,Q j "" ' ....,. gggggggfffffffffm ,K 4154: fwfs'sssfs X V 'glgggnfiifssssifiisssfs555f5555555555fffgiiimgfffffffff:5iff:555552sseess5ssffsssssssssiiisssssss. J' Eff A A fisiifiiiffsfiiifiififssss55fiisE?ss's - Let Me Make Myself Perfectly Clear. SPEECH CLUB: Top Row: David Bell, Rick Meyers, Matthew Rudberg, Steve Nagamoto, lose Dominguez, Wayne Hokama. Bottom Row: Mon- ica Hillier, Diana Nikkels, Marina Peters, jennifer Berry, Marlene Kim, Debra Nichols. kit Rick Meyers receives more than a penny for his thoughts. North High's speech and debate squad, under the direction of Mr. john D.Reynolds, participated in highly competitive tournaments with other schools in the South- ern California Debate Lea ue. Varsity speakers were matciwed with students who have proved to be the best in their chosen events. The young orators were judged up to six times in a tournament da by qualified college students. When students had earned enough points through competi- tion, they became members of the National Forensic Lea ue, and could earn diploma seai in this honorary society. Aside from strenuous competi- tions, other activities for the orators included a Christmas party, ICC carnival booths for raising funds, and an awards banquet. Here recognition was given to Saxons who made ex- ceptional gains in speech. Rick Meyers, an outstanding orator, received a 300 dollar Scholarship from the North Tor- rance Lion Club. AFS Travels With New Ideas rv'-,, on 5.3.5 dv Y xx ,.1f ff --,:::, ,,., fl St , kg.. A.F.S. Club: Row 1: Nancy Billica, Cheryl Baker, Kathy Punko, Tony Knodel, Linda Delosh, Steven Stiles. Row 2: Barbara Gondo Kirsten Hage dorn, Vivian Martin, Brenda Foster, Debbie DeFelice, Maureen Shields, Kathy Grocholl, Carin Macy. Row 3: Greg Barsley Robin Lelp Gary Barsley, Gail Mukaihata, Debbie Davis, Pam Martin, Karen Simpson, Tracie Ton. The American Foreign Exchange club is sponsored by Ray.-Brown. This club works with forei n exchange students and American students a- broad. The members acquired much understanding of other customs and ways of life. The club had a pancake breakfast, potluck dinners, and a going away picnic. ASIAN CULTURE CLUB: First Row, Sandy Fujiwara, Amy Terada, Nanette Mayeda, Beth Atkins, Irene Masunaka, Wendy Umekubo, Amy Seki, Phyllis Kim, Gigi Yee, Sylvia Souza, Grace Mayeda, Shirley Takigawa, Priscilla Sun, Mary Nishimoto, Dawn Amano, Valerie Isoda, Cyndi Campbell. Second Row, joy Kiyan, Marlene Rhodes, Donna Fukuto, Nancy Harada, Janis Nakashima, Krysia Zadrozna, Pamela Yamane, Ioan Nishimoto, Annette Sasaki, Karen Hayashi, Debbie Harada, Doro- thy Sasaki, Karen Tsuruta, Valerie Maki, Marsha Aseka, Stephanie Sanford, Gloria Hilburn, Susan Okuma. Third Row, Susan Ota, Nancy Morimoto, Gwenn Ikeda, Mary Baldwin, Emily Sasaki, lane Varley, Cyndi Hefington, Kathleen Fahey, Iulie Nakasone, Debbie Osborne, Kevin Kamemoto, Wayne Limm, Carl Ogata, Greg Kishiyama,Ian Huddleston, Ken Shimizu, Ed Iwasaka. Fourth Row, Glen Vergara, Ken Yuge, Ioan Korman, Dale Polichetti, Ann Okumura, Donna Stanton, Renee Harker, Gary Yoshida, Mike Kaneshiro. More Than just Anotht-fr Cultural Experience The Asian Culture Club is one of the most active clubs on campus. Although primarily concerned with promoting Asi- l an cultures, they were involved in numerous other activites l which included trips to Disneyland and japanese Village. l The funds for these trips were raised through the sale of I candy and fortune cookies. The sponsor of this club is Mrs. Korman. -...MM Aslan Culture members listen as Pam Yamane rambles on. Mrs. Korman wonders about her club. Dance Club Waltzed Through the Year l sm? tg 2 A Dance Club: Row 1, Patty Goodson, loan Haslem, Debbie DeFelice, Carin Macy, Maryann Coons, Dianna Karp, Karin Breitenstein, Karen Simpson, Ruth Wilkinson. Row 2, Kathy Blair, Donna Smith, Gina Mangiagli, Gerina Sykes, Bonnie Eckroth. The Dance Club was a new club that sprouted up and joined the al- ready established clubs at North High. Mrs. Hewitt taught mem- bers of the club to ex- press themselves in the art of dance. Combin- ing music, rhythms and movement, the mem- bers aquired grace, poise and coordina- tion. Besides learning through practice, the members attended lo- cal dance concerts and workshops. Renaissance Playgoers Live It U In an attempt to recapture the atmosphere of the Renaissance Period, the Renaissance Playgoers, under the enthu- siastic sponsorship of Mrs. Banks, attended several Shakespearean plays at the Ahmanson Theatre, located in the city of Los Angeles. The plays they viewed ranged from the tragedy "Romeo and luliet", to the comedy, "A Mid- summer Night's Dream." I all-f Renaissance Playgoers: Row 1, Cherrie Norris, Linda Beck, Nancy DeLemus, Mrs. Banks, Debbie Orth, Pat jones, loellen Meihan. Row 2: Elisabeth O'Neill, Melody Motley, Mark janeba, Dale Polichetti. - Backpack to atu re Members of the Backpacking Club are taught new and old backpacking techniques not only by Mr. Essex and Mr. Tabing, but through experience. ln the San Gabriel Mountains, they spent a day hiking at Bear Creek. Their longest excursion was a weekend at Havasu Indian Reservation. In the near future, they hope to spend a week camping and hiking at Big Bear. A L sa. - BACKPACKING CLUB: Row 1: lody Nishime, Laurel Wilson, Leslie Provence. Row 2, Eileen Higley, Art Van De Water, Guy Mitchell, Matt Garland, Dennis Garnett, Bill Goddard, Les Weeks. Row 3, Mr. Tab- ing, Tracy Shinmoto, Marabel Parker, Brenda Aleshire, Bob Bell, john Carter, Curtis Cain, Charlotte Barbee, Peggy Roberts, Mr. Essex. Ecology? One of the spots visited by the Backpacking Club. Chemists Are Looking Forward to a Bright Future fi in if CHEMISTRY CLUB: Row 1, Tracy Shinmoto, Carolyn Nambu, Valerie lsoda, Priscilla Sun, Mary Anne Um- ekubo, Nani lmura, Diane Awane, Cheryl Okada, Phyllis Ohmoto, Geri Aoki, Karen Kobayashi, Karen Nishihira. Row 2, Janis Nakashima, Marlene Rhodes, Shirley Takigawa, Mark Hughes, Mark Takeyama, Mary Nishimoto, Ray Kaestner, loan Eguchi, Valerie Apana, loan Kamei, Marcia Togioka, Edward Iwa- saka. To most, chemistry was a subject one took and was glad to be done with, but for the small minority of students who had a greater in- terest in it there was the Chemis- try Club. To expand their knowl- edge in the uses of chemistry the club planned field trips to Pitts- burgh Paints, and Douglas Air- crafts. The sponsor was Mr. C-allo. Math Club Explores the World of Real umbers MATH CLUB: Row 1, Sylvia Tetreault, Richard Worlitz, Mrs. Quinn, Randy Smith, Doreen Olson, Row 2, Mark Mclntyre, lulius Chastain, Doris johnson, lon Kunsch, Tom Hillman. The Math club provided mem- bers with an opportunity to apply math in new and different ways. They visited many math orientat- ed companys which enhanced their knowledge and interests. The club was sponsered by Mrs. Quinn. K.N.H.S. was the voice of North High. It was a non-commercial, student operated FM station which had the distinction of being one of the few in the country. In addition to regular daily broadcasting, K.N.H.S. also provided coverage of North High football. basketball, and baseball games. Music to eat lunch by was another one of the many services that K.N.H.S. supplied for the students at North. The station was under the guidance of Mr. Reynolds. NHS Lets the Good Times Roll K.N.H.S.: Standing, Richard jew, Ted DeLuca, Kim Marholz, Howard Dube, Frank Arteaga, Mike Stock- housen, Bob Wilson. Sitting, David Bell, Larry McCloskey, Keith Vars, Alan Matza, jeff Barthel, lerry Snowball. Ann listens to the vibes from David Rayor. David Rayor tunes up the tunes for "74". K OR Films the Sights Lights! Camera! Action! K.N.O.R. Club was sponsored by Mr. Koehring. During the year the mem- bers acquired the skills and the knowl- edge needed to operate the equip- ment in film production. The club made trips to the local T.V. stations which proved to be fulfilling. if , l love you, ya, ya, ya! K.N.O.R. CLUB: Bob Main, Steve Nagamoto, David Netteland, Frank Arteaga K.N.O.R. members film a future star. Service Was Their Bag f a- X ,, f r ZW Iulians and Valiants: Row 1, janis Lem, Shirley Takigawa, Priscilla Su n, Marlene Rhodes, Janis Nakashima, Gigi Yee, Brenda Cowan, Tony Knodel. Row 2, Elizabeth Ozaki, Mary Nishimoto, Marsha Aseka, Gail Mukaihata, Joanne Abe, Marcia Togioka, Mrs. Schier, Mr. Essex, Debbie Davis. Row 3, Sharon Bergh, Steven Stiles, Pam Martin, Dale Polichetti, Linda Lem, Dawn Wurzer, Mona Woodruff, Phyllis Kim, Linda DeLosh. Providing service for the school T and the surrounding community it P , was the main objective of the V A lulians and Valiants club. Under the direction of Mr. Essex and Ms. Schier the julians and Valiants assisted at football and basket- ball games. They also welcomed and guided new students and visiting dignitaries around North High campus. When not perform- ing services, their outside activi- ties included a campout at Crest- line. T Where's that '80 V05 FQ! book! Make Your Move 1 'T ii r ,,,V rf .,!ff""'-fafdfx f,wN,',,, fra-'M,,,..... M,,d,,.,- The Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Bantau, provided the mem- bers with a chance to gain skills and knowledge of chess. They al- so gained enjoyment and the spreading of friendship by the use of good sportsmanship. Some activities were selling pancake tickets and operating a chess M., booth at the l.C.C. carnival. Chess Club-Row 1: Adriene Henry, Dale Polichetti, Robert Gagnon, Ray lett, Steven Haslam. Row 2: Mike Kravitz, Brian Sunshine, Calvin Stewart. Do Your Own Thing With Industrial Arts The Industrial Arts Club provided the members with a chance to use their creative and constructive skills. Their meetings lasted an hour and a half in which they worked on stu- dent oriented projects. The mem- bers were allowed to work at their own pace following the Do-lt-Your- self plan which was introduced by Mr. Perdiew. l28-l30 Industrial Arts Club-Row 1: Bill Takigawa, Greg Clayton, Randy Goudy, Lawrance Horn, Bill Sakatani, Dave Gibson. Row 2: Gregg Taniguchi, Dennis Garnett, Mark Takeyama, Steve Haslam, Mike Kravitz, Tom Kobayashi. Row 3: George Robinson, Walter Gaede, Clyde Perry, Reinhardt Hagedorn, Herbie Kaichi, Don Kojima, Rick Bainette, Mark Gonzales. Drama Club: Row 1, Laurie jackson, Leila Brazil, jim Bedard, Doris johnson, Debbie Adams, Kim Reed, Barbie Foster, Donna Reading, Gail Liston, Claudia Stancliffe, Vince Abruscato, Tammy McKinley, Mike Ward, Derek Anderson. Row 2, julie Wilson, Diana Nikkels, Dolores Gon- zales, jackie Sparks, Keith Clifton, Adrienne Moore, Patty Eguren, Rikki Floyd, Charlene Griffin, Carol Auton, Carol Stuler, Wendy Warren, Mike Midstokke, Mary Hillman, Ronni Paul. Row 3, Irene Sandate, Gertrude Spindlely, Phoebe Mortymer, Agnes Beebel, Matt Rudberg, Hortencia Mata, Lori Frohman, Cristy Sencerbox, Susan Smelser, Karen Seward, Donella Raper, Teri Sherwood, Ruth Wilkenson, David Robertson, David Haslam, Patty Manjarrez, Pam Bothwell, Liz Newman. Row 4, Donna Leedom, julie Young, Rrancene Eguren, Patty Goodson, Debbie Karp, Bob Moray, Russell Allred, joan Haslam, john Rippeto, Craig Wolfram, Buddy'Gilbert, Rebecca Mehaffey, Charles Gaugh, Diane Voelker, Bill Bar- rett, Linda Renninger, Gail Leip, Steven Haslam, David Bell who were interested in dramatic ac tivities. The club was responsible for the two plays produced in the year This year's selection, "The Mouse I ' k That Roared", was a hilarious comedy Pe about a small country's plan to take over the U.S. In May of 1973, the Drama Club members attended a ban quet at a local restaurant. There, trophies were given out for outstand ing achievements performed by mem bers. Also, at the ICC Carnival this year, the Drama Club had their tra T h e P U The Drama Club consisted of members ditional fortune telling booth. 'in I'll get it right yet. Monica gives the camera smile. Matt ponders up on his opening. The Stars of orth I'HESPlAN CLUB, Row 1, Donella Raper, Bud Weiser, Kristy Sencerbox, john Rippeto, loan Haslam, Patty Goodson, Susan Smelser, Matt Rudberg, Susan Green, Steven Haslam, Rikki Floyd, Charlene Griffen, Carol Auton, Fay Schafer. Row 2, Larry Powers, Karen Seward, julie Wilson, Diana Nikkels, Bernard Shafer, Bob Moray, Kathi Catania, Hortencia Mata, Patty Eguren, Francene Eguren, julie Young, Sharon Thurn, Maria Garrison, Rebecca Mehaffey, Steve Pesola, Linda Raper, Kim Reed. When a Drama Club member earned 12 points through partici- pating in plays, he became a Thes- pian. Although the club was small it contained the better actors of North High, with from 1 to 5 star Thespians. All Drama Club officers must be seniors and a member of the Thespian Societ. Sponsoring the club was Mr. Pendlick. Mr. Nupoll accepts his Academy Award. Latin Club Visits the j.P. Getty Villa I 1 l Although the Latin Club is not one of the larger clubs on campus, it is one of the most active, Latin Club is an all-year-'round club, largely due to its association with the lunior Classical League. In the summer several members par- ticipated in the National JCL convention held this year at the Claremont Colleges. There the students received a standing ovation by their fellow delegates for an outstanding job in putting on the Roman Banquet. In the fall under the leadership of President Cyndi Campbell, club members held their annual Saturnalia. Latin students visited the newly opened I. Paul Getty Villa in january, and made several visits to UCLA to attend various plays and lectures pertaining to Greek and Roman literature. Meanwhile, stu- dents were busy attending to housing matters for one upcoming state convention in March, as Housing Chairman. At Gardena High, students became enthusiastically involved and won several honors at the State Convention. Club ac- tivities include an open house, emphasizing the feasts of Ceres and the rites of spring. The Spring Roman Banquet with all the pomp and splendor of ancient Rome and to complete the calendar some members plan to attend the next National Convention in New Hampshire during the summer. The North High Latin Club Viva La French Club Getting ready for the Latin Club picture. li x T525 1 1135 The North High French Club The Foot Bone Is Connected to the Ankle Bone. .. PHYSIOLOGY CLUB: Row 1, lanis Nakashima, Linda Pruss, Linda Lem, Elizabeth Ozaki, Colleen Annes, Debbie Osborne. Row 2, Gary Barsley, Brian linuma, Donna Stanton, Kathleen Annes, Phillip Onishi, lanis Lem, lon Kunch, Stewart Condo, Walter Carlini. Their Minds Belong to Ele ELEMENTS CLUB: Row 1, Tommy Kobayashi, Billy Takigawa, Randy Yamanoto, Bill Sakatani, Mitchell Taguchi, Dwayne Kumura, Lee Danbara. Row 2, Mary Nishimoto, Shirley Takigawa, Brian linuma, Scott Avera, Doro- thy Sheaman. Row 3, Don Kojima, Mark Takeyama, joel Lerstad, Tim O'Reilly, Ron Shimizu, Carl Ogata, Dave Atkins, Richard Sakatani, Tom Wolff. The Physiology Club was sponosred by Mr. Keller. During the year the mem- bers studied the function and the use of each organ in the human body. To make their study more interesting and meaningful, they toured hospitals such as South Bay, Kaiser and Little Com- pany of Mary. Some of the events that were more leisurely was a Christmas party, and a pot-luck dinner. ITTGIWTS The Elements Club which was sponsored by Mr. Rein- hartbhad a very good 1973 and 1974 year. They ex- plored scientific experi- ments and demonstrations. They had a Christmas pot luck dinner in which the Chemistry Club was invited. The dinner was a successful event, and everyone had fun. The Elements Club went to local industrial plants to increase their knowledge of element sur- roundings. Scholarship Society Mixes Brain To start off the 1973-74 year, the Scholarship Society began its annual membership drive. Soon enough the Society boosted its membership to some 60 odd members, consisting of seniors, juniors, and sophomores, making it one of the larger clubs on the North High Campus. Under the leadership of Club President Carl Ogata, the first major 1st semester activity for 40 club members was a walk Knot drive, to save gasl to South Bay 42 to see "American Graffitti". The major 2nd semester activities included a weekend mountain trip to Crestine on March 8,9 and a ban- quet in the spring honoring Gold Seal Bearers in particular, as well as hard working members of the Society. One of the happier members of the Scholarship Society. Senior Class Scholarship Society lt's easier doing homework on the floor With Brawn junior class Scholarship Society Sophomore class Scholarship Society Expressing yourself in Spanish isn't easy. Spanish Club: One of the Most Active wg ina.. ,,. ... f i - i K Jef: .. Q 2 North High Spanish Club German Club Learns Grahmer A busy day for the German class. Germans frnally want peace' The North High German Club. The Eyes for Art F.B.L.A. Is the Greatest Learning the ways of the business world and gain- ing insight on the pros- pects of tomorrow be- came the main objectives of the Future Business Leaders of America. Get- ting first hand experi- ences from their visits to Occidental College and Ford's main office in Los Angeles, the members knowledge of free enter- prise was expanded. The club held a banquet at the home of Mr. Hinders, the club sponsor. The Art Club was one of the most creative clubs at North. Mr. Parton was the sponsor of the club through- out the year. The North High artists enjoyed making projects for the annual art show. The club provided its members with the opportunity to visit museums and study the techniques of other art- ists. North High Art Club Future Business Leaders of America Y xx Girls, Sports . . .A.A. 4, 54? Ag? ' , W L . . Q 1 fi i, 'fe , g hy- t L f .P iii L 1, m M. A I A f i , OH my gosh Lisa, we're late for the meeting. is r sign 'IKM Irene is on her way to a G.A.A. club meeting. The Muscle Men of orth The Lettermen Club included the many athletes of North High who had earned a letter in their sport. The letters were earned by play- ing so many minutes or winning so many points for their team. The clubs activities consisted of going to soccer games and having potluck dinners. This year the sponsor was Mr. Cu nerty. l l i LETTERMEN: Left To Right From Back: Paul Reis, Mike jackson, Dale Sheckler, Craig Claxton, Sam Fer- nandez, Greg Turk, jeff Goddard, joel Anderson, jim Graves, Gilbert Flores, Gary Yoshida, Ernie Ozaki, Rex Gotheridge, Greg Porter, Frank Holsinger, Daylen Gillespie, john McEwen, Bob Champagne, Brian Ragsdale, Bernie Schmutzler, Steve Tharp, Bruce Hara, Danny Harris, Bob Gee, Scott Pyle, Don Means, Paul Apodaca, jay Marr, Greg Magles, Larry Gizzi, Tom Olsen, Herbert Kaichi, Tom Perkins, Dave Cohen, jim Zambarelli, Bill Goddard, Ron Tomich, john Greteman, Bill Cu nerty, Mark Lowerison,Craig Wolfram, Ed Marr, Corky Wyrick, Kevin Kamemoto, Mike Fisher, Monte McKeon, Raymond Segarra, Bill Peters, Edwin Thurber. - , 1: '- . ,9,r.g:,:,1rs- wg g gf' - 'Q . 1. i -11" N.. GIRLS LEAGUE: Row 1, Heidi Streiff, julie Wilson, Diane Berk, jackie Anderson, Linda Harris, Sheree Penque Kathy Franczak Row 2 Laurie Un derwood, Robin Perez, Anna Franczak, Lisa Blue, Lisa Young, lan jones, julie Fread. Freedom of the Sexes Girls League was the largest club this year. The club represented all of the thousands of girls who at- tended North High. Mrs. O'Neill was the sponsor of Girls League. Sponsoring and providing hostesses for the Winter Formal was one of their responsibilities. Girls League had a nice banquet in which the most worthy girl was presented with ascholarship. I'll kill myself if they do not let me join Girl's League. Hang Ten! SURF CLUB: Row 1, Mark Toma, Doug Gramza, Leigh Sauer, Laurie Hasbrouck, Teri Hosta, Karen Hibbard, Kandie johnson, Robin Innes. Row 2, lay Walden, jay Garnett, Keith Walden, Tim Rippeto, Miles Ono, Brian Ramsey, Mr. Brooks, Carol Auton, Zane Buniel, Kim Hibbard, Nelson Martinez, Caron Hayes, Mark LaBouff, Dorothy Sasaki. Row 3, loe Fisk, Pat Crawley, jerry Blyleven, Basili Faragallah, Victor Garcia, Ed Hagmier, Kevin Baker, Don Bayles, Marabel Parker, Brenda Aleshire, Pat Powers, jeff Melvin, Craig Raub. L L L -L ",,'fs -L i tnti L -- rw t-', L ' 2 ' ts "A' ff The N0ffh H'8h 5Uff Clubs V i"" Yea' Of SUCCESS Undef -'ft "-' 'W' "" of Mr. Lynn Bro0lCS. the Surf Club was I d I L. sag, , tea, EMM ... - g L,.. 1.,LLL1,-Lis . b- - 3 SO to CVC OP - - St I LL- -L-:Was -an WL A ,... L ..,. .Q gl LLLLLfmwz-4,,5.L . LL Lea. -.-- s ,..,. W. L ,---s L.H ..LL mf---:L Y 9- mg L ggwgigt - H-Mf mL w?W""':W . LLL- ...,, February 26, K i ' "'-- - K 'K - Hermosa LL L ,,,' -:L--w--LL.-- .L Y KL -la Q. - L .. -- fit..-Laws? ----LLM, ?,:1jbE'1.,,L xx,, , .LLQL-.iLsLQL+s. c,Lg,,3tL L, LfLLL.,5'!,,,LL,L F' t ' f H ,,.t , L L L L X ' Y ' A I igEtL-M , tw L K VL A --,' ff L - -- --Lesif-2-zvgls-Lmgggj-jLggf 'f-:fi i"- 1, L-, L LL , L f WW ,V L -W ' 'fi ,..., ,LLL LL '--s a y if few ' c'si H 1 ii B' B ..t,,, L ww., .,,.. ' - W - LL LL Sw"-w,1gg3 ' L ,iii tiytte I ttt- r L X L ' H L L L , -'Li - -QL -' i "-t-' A' -tr'i'-t- K L -:,- L f ' : in K Q- K 1 1- 2- I iz Qi L i X t to - L LJ! f - '-" -' i i f g-2 L i i --t- f L S L ...., L L- L f " -'f' L f'-' LL ---" ' f V L n f - d L' .,., - - L- -1 fl. ,E E 8 O I 6 S g Y ,.,, - ii'A- A gi L Lg Lk we L L t"' it flY ,--, -eei ' 1 ' X .. L --,, - .,--t ,,,,,,,t,-,,.,, ,,,-.4, L L -,,.L.LL L,L,L L NL L. LL L,.L, LL. L L LLLLA LLLLLLL LLLL L . LL LLLL L LL L L L. , . --s" 'Wigs .13 e "asv - bl ' Ltt- ,L " U9 all L . -arled, .Q . . ii LL , ,LL,,, L .. L Lge L L L L LL L ' i ' E4 f L5 - ti-, L "L- from the edge of the Sky -fwff s"s ' s-'- I L, LfLi '-'L L-sy L1 1 ' -L gi L Orlithe-edge of evening break. L, L Our Lord theLPeLaC0Ck walks on hi h Lew- films! - --ff- L L ' L. .LLLL LL ,The heavens in H15 wake, Q bm L L orth People N. " A .' I l Q N.. . ,7 ,. f M- . L 1 ,f f2 , f S " I ! A . b wi b .. . N hh x ,AB gr'-W 1h EAll Xxx N 3'-f-M, , ! I -N, -as 2 i gl! Ngu- ililizh 'if .nu mm vu :area umm u swim sal s. :nm sn aura: 'av -H N 5,5 y , ,V .mnfxvnqg K. kt ' 'f,Aig'i 1 ' lf L X , 4 , K 'xi Af, ' sf-5 1 , A ' V 1. g Q 1.99 'fm V 3 . S Xl' gsfy ,ff L Orth Sports ' 'fm I F V X ' Q, f5 .'?5gf5 Y 1 'fQ, :4l2f ns 2'-ig Ni: k"' V H f R ,sf 2599" . . 4 -A lf' Highlights ll QU"' M, .,.. ,, ' . 'mm rw ff. ll :jx ' ' 4 'Q ,R W ,E it F L. xg: at 5 ' "' A' 0 ,I . . ,Q ,F xi .. FISHING CLUB: Row 1, Bill Sakatani, Tom Kobayashi, Bill Takigawa, Donald Hashimoto, Kevin Higashi, Tom Detlefsen, Craig Morioka, Herbert Kaichi, Donald Maberry. Row 2, Valerie lsoda, Greg Wallace, Mitch Taguchi, Greg Clayton, Rodney Clark, Keith Van Tassell, Don Kojima, Brad Chinen. Row 3, Shirley Takigawa, Tom Wolff, Michael Mark, Renee Dupont, Peter Elkin, Russell Rubin, Steve Shinmoto, Russell Yamano. Row 4, Reinhardt Hagedorn, Greg Kishiyama, Gregg Taniguchi, Mark Takeyama, Dennis Garnett, Lee Danbara, Mike Looney, Carl Ogata, Tom Mura- koshi, Richard Sakatani, Dwayne Kumura. Fishing Club Baits Their Lines With Success Lake Anaheim was the scene for the 3rd Annual if ,igi 'H-1 ""? -w w Fishing Club Outing. It proved to be one of the most exciting activities in the year. One of the sponsors, Mr. Pendrick, surpassed his previous year's performance. Last year Mr. Pendrick couldn't catch anything-not even an old shoe- but this year he reeled in two beautiful trout. Many of the members came home with trout that weighed over ZV2 pounds, while Mr. lanko came home with the familiar story of the one who got away. u.-i5 Yi Dm w ng- ' h 5 ' 1 The H HOME ECONOMICS: Row 1, leri Milligan, ju da Mahkorn, Kris Antolic, Anita Molina. ju- W ff lg ,Q 4 i af if , 4' if Law 'TA brig , Slfvibv I -.za + .. Gi' lf! Ha '54-fs f 'Sw' L, , ...M 3 4 4 , ,gn . nf uf:-1 A l fl-Lu... If-I ludy Carman stirs her heart out. ome Makers oi orth II? , dy Garman, Sheree Penque, Cindy Kennish, Lori Littlejohn, Mrs. Ohlson. Row 2, Lisa Blue, Rhon- 1973-1974 marked the initial year of the Home Economics Club. Learning how to sew, cook, and on the whole im- prove the home surroundings and home life were the pri- mary objectives of the Club. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Olsen the club hopes to ex- pand its activities and mem- bership inthe upcoming years. Rah, Rah, Rah, Zis, Boom, Ba! !! This year the Pep Club, sponsored by Mrs. Byrd, lost their voices by yelling North High on to victory. The Pep Club was mainly for boys and girls who had an exceptional amount of Saxon spirit. Arousing spirit in other Saxons so they could have a stronger stand behind their team was the Pep Club's goal. CC - Club Fun Q' Although many people have heard of the ICC Carnival, few know of the many clubs which are responsible for it, or even what ICC stands for. The Inter- Club Council is made up of club representatives, led by the Com- missioner of Club-Coordination. Together they worked to pre- vent conflicts between different club activities, and held various fu nd raising projects. ,,,,,,, V me , .::,,. ,,,,,,:. , , ax, v J V ass. il? T? css ,tr,,,Q l so , , ' t . e 'fr' ' E . I ' H4 iff: ,..,..- .... 'Wai Q - - M N, Harm J '11 Days Y O I xg? VA . H 21 ' 5, LH? -Q: f:,.?.'x' slffffl-4 i Y 1 sopho mores Class of '7 l l 5 ti rl it f 3 S SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: tClockwise From Topj Tami Latina-Treasurer, second semester, Lisa Young-Vice-President, second semester, Ramon Baez-Vice President, first semester, Dave Sanders-President, second semester, Marci McMillan-Secretary, second semester, Shelly Sta- ley-Treasurer, first semester, Allison Cataldo-Girl's League Representative, second semester, Not Pictured-Joanne Tarkington-President, first semester, Karen Kokkeler-Secretary, first semester, Dotty Casstevens, Girls' League Representative, first semester. Abruscato, Vincent Adams, Roderick Agnew, Patty Aguilar, Natalia Alvarado, jesse Alexander, Chris Allain, Cathy Allain, Cindy Allen, Lisa Allred, Anna Allred, Russell Alvarado, Tina Amano, Dawn Anderson, Derek- Anderson, Helen Anderson, laynet Anderson, Teresa Apana, Milton Arcas, Steve Armetta, Tim Arnold, Roxann Asato, Doreen Ashworth, Cindy Atkins, Beth Avera, Scott Avveduto, john Babbs, Stephanie .y 15 l 1 i v 'gi i l a i 5 V AN, M - gym i FF' f , 4 it I - '-yFS .t:,:f, l pl 51 F -2 t, 9, fi, it ,fl V V o -Bi A l . ,W N1 W re H Q. 1 ti' ! LL' li ,,,,, P f "i., 5' fii'f5,Q 1 ,5j , , 1, ' 1' L r,,i , , 5 ,. , A L , , L f l V YA Lx ,, V 1" 1 ' fl ' A V tiff.-Aft, Av . ji, I. N Q Z.. . its 4,1- V31 I W W il, -'tv ' ' .Ri ,vi at, eg 13, If In 5 ai 5. 51 :ly ' if x 'fl A., -if: V ff- , .fr ,M A.. 4- 'fail' 1 1 ,Q 'O if Ji K f - fi' itil 1 t 1' .. x mi? A wif 6 la d- Q-it ,, :,1 it if , 41.41. ,fp .,, , 3' ll A' :Y ., A Q " Y -3 rf 1 v 'N .. , . if :A , 4, I, , "' . , I 9? ll' , as . its ft: l -Q lf I 7' , ne, . , , W. Vlfzggi, as-' .i , .,,kL Lg , Ya if " 'X .w Y if ' if H a f ,gn 'gy , ? 4 , tw T fi? -f 'f . i "S: ,. M 2 5 " , 4.2.2 JJ! E E A Mr., , 'if t , lx --1' N,,. , A if 15 f gi -5 1 fig. ,--' . . 'T A ,,, .4-J' t 5 .i 11 , .,. Q- J . 'Q 52, I 3 W if 1 Ml m e , , , is X x 'Z I s wil 'Q- w i i f ' 4 A2 .. are I r ,gba 4' 4" ,t f g it , A ,sm , yin i A , . ,fr 4 A, led wwf' i ,W 1 . 2, in V A Baez, Ramon Baldwin, Greg Ball, Craig Ball, Lindy Bankson, lanene Barbee, Charlotte ' 51, Barbee, David ' , Barbosa, Victor .1 Barkey, Karla if if , s A A ,gg A lim i Barnette, Rick 4. , Barrett, Larry at 'M' fl Barrett, Gary i 4' i -F 'SLM .e ' , , ii M I I is t il 2 is 1 Bbw 1 Bates, Sharon Beach, Doug Beck, Linda Bego, Kristen Beguelin, Aaron Bell, Bob x Ramon Baez talking it over. Buniel Tara qs f l ll it A Z f 4' 1 '. , Bilodeau, Ernest Blair, Susan Blanc Rhea Blancher Dan Bly, Debbie Blyleven,ludy be 571 ff , BOSroff, Darlene l I 'll' f I I t , l' A Q X 6 Bollinger, Mark Bonovich, Kathy Bovee, Debbie Borges, Carol Bottom, Debbie Bowen, Debbie Brandom, Richard Brannies, Nancy a .. 3 M , ' 3 7 .du 4" 5 lv H? 1 fi" 1, Q! 'fl' im' , .5 .1 , f Q K ,, 'U A 'ff n a Q W 'V ,fb f X 5: , 5 , A if t J 1 Benoit John Benson Robert Beretta William Bert Adrianne Bezdeka jeff Biebel Marty Bigbee Scott 4 Bonovich, Pat Bondy, Brenda 44 i s Bornmann, 1 . Rhoanna 7 ' Boschert,Tamm - ',': . ll , y 7 li' il T, ak me -h w! Boyer, Dawn Boyles, Cindy Terri conversing with friends. 'lx Burch Monica Burgess, Kathy Burk Donna Buzze, Gary Cage, Cindy Cain Curtis Bray, Bruce Brazil, Leila Brooks, Barry Brown, Dianna Brown, Vanessa Bryant, Denise Buchman, Patricia Bullinger, Debbie Bullock, Holly ..n ,f' wg, 1 C 'W' lik-.Qt 4061 . ' x '. X X Q "" fiiiir s 3 ' Caldwell Alan Callanhan Nora Calonge Hamilton Camp MaryAnn Campbell Lorri Campbell Rick Campos, Clido , r J X ' M. astillo, Larry ataldo Allison 1' audillo Eileen ernik David handler,1im hastain,julius asstevens, Dorothy 5275 M X af , 1, is ' A avez, Susan ristensen, Richard Q, F 5 lark, Sarah K, rv larke, Grant ' ,. if ohen,Dan ohen, Kevin ontreras, Daria raig, Ann ' " iff' W , Y? Y. as , .Ain-. .L iavis, Gayle iavis, Stephen eLemus, Nancy - emoine, Rose ,C t ua. 37 K, engate, Linda , enOuden, Robert erderian, Cindy s, J 1 , 0 3' f S twi ,fx 1. , , ii 4, L X Lisa is tempted to go off her diet. JS f -9, Y ll il Sita! Q S x N 'sv -fa a 4 3 2. V ,L '41-U .1 ,1:1U'.'.:1t 1' "M: In 'nf S 5 K W fx? 'Q xx ti, me 6,2 . Q -afweif ' , Y, , X We V ti H is me 5, f' 1 4 ' 5 4 x St. , 3x r .- 4 an :li , , -W, ,- I v 1 R NI 9' , can 4 YL M as ,.....uni 2 V ge ll i X N' X ff, 'Y' 5 fe, . . . -.. . A ,C A a 'ff A . 5, e 'x N s A L A X xii Y 19 4 - ,.,. 5 IIA l Cannon, Teri Cantarano, Kurt Cantarano, Peter Canzone, Mary Ann Capels, lohn Carlini, Walter Carman, Gary 5' 1 t x if -sr: tk 1 Christensen, Sher Church, Gregg Clayton, Wendy Clopton, Carolyn Cooper, Donald Costa, loAnn Crawford, Chris Crawford, Randy Crevison, john Crow, julie Curtin, Ray Cusimano, Sam Dahlen, Cherrie Daniels, Tom Darragh, Mike t Q' 1? 1 ii 5 I. Diaz, Robert Dingler, Catherine Dinsmore, Debbie Dodge, Russel Drennon, Ken Duarte, Mike Dube, Dorice 181 Dube, Howard Durian, Linda Earley, Karen Eguren, Patricia Eliason, Debbie Elkin, julie Elrod, Marsha Enomoto, loe Erickson, Kathy Esarey, Lauralee Evans, Angela Evans, Craig Fahey, Kathleen Faragallah, Maria Farley, Glenn Farley, Mike Farnsworth, Marci Farr, Richard Farrell, Chuck Filkin, Gail Fitzgerald, Kathy Floro, Cindy Fly, Debbie Fogal, Vickie Font, David Forster, Steve Forsyth, lane Fortner, Robert x 1: i,, Fourmier, Mike Fowler, Edwin Franczak, Kathy Frangione, Margaret Franklin, Sandra Fraser, Margie Frasquillo, Gilbert Fread, lulie Fujii, Gary Fujiwara, Sandra Fukaya, Hiroshi Futterer, Tom Gaal, Eileen V Gailes, Desiree , -4-,ja Garza, Cindy U Gaugh, Charles Gearhart, Nancy E Geirman, Chris , , Ge let k o, C h a r I e s 3 W N f 4' 1 44, an H ,, .ei 'Y . "Y - 2 ZW f S 5 v rx A . fe , .2 . 'aj -' 4" 1 we , .,,, . 1 , ,V f , 'f ' uf F l it X ,, new f EE' 1611 wg , w ar 4' 'iiwjggfv I it lil:- fi K x , 4 L l , 2. i i ii, 2 ' ' 36 .W .,.,, er X ,P f 14 iv M J' F ki arm x ,Q ' ,s, fa L 1 Ready ,.,.. Aim .... ?! , l K. . 1 E , , .p""""N 5' Charles gets what's coming to him. 1 , in Zim- ,,: g R 'P s iff' ti . , . f ' f. S -'ii K, f r fi' if gg, , t , f QQ' ' , I 51 ,-'xii " f' .1 ' ' , Jvixf r - .-, S Z , up f 1 54 . , ii, Af 1 - Q' s - . M s hs x z 'xt f s , G 1 , . , m 3 , t-:i 1: ,f 1. as Q . f, .XLR it!! .1 R 1 4, r. 1 ,M . 1: Wi 1 i fl- , 1 A fl' Ep t 'iv'x QF E.. ., X, KX X ,sb F gk 4 K, .i. " Gereaux, Gregg Gibson, David Gibson, Sandra Gilbert, Buddy Gillespie, Paula Giro, Dianna God bee, Charles Goddard, Matthew Gomez, Rosa Gondo, Stewart Gonzales, Luis Goodwin, lackie Gordon, Lee-Ann Goudy, Randy Goycoolea, Rosemary Grand, Minette Granoff, Tom Gravett, Debbie Gray, Gail Greenacre, David Gregor, Gayle Grudenic, loanne Guerrera, Donald Gutierrez, Margarita Haas, Mike Haberman, Greg Haga, Bonnie Hagedorn, Reinhardt Hall, Dave Hamilton, Marilyn Haney, Marisa Hansen, Kristy Hanson, john Hanson, Lynnette Harmon, Tina Harris, Linda Harris, Mike Hayashi, Harriet Hayashi, Linda Hefington, Cyndi Hefington, Rod Heinlein, Amy Henderson, Mike Hendricks, Paula Hernandez, David Hernandez, Frank Herold, Lino 4 Hertz, Susan Herz, Mike Heyning, Eric Hibbard, Karen Hicks, Rick Higashi, Kevin Higley, Eileen Hillman, Tom Hirata, Kathy Hokama, Wayne Holland, Dale Holloway, Sandra Hooley, Debbie Hordo, Ada Horn, Lawrance Horstman, Jeff Hubbard, Tammy Huber, Lisa Hudnall, Regina Hudson, Ken Huerta, Victoria Hughes, Rhonda Hunton, Sharon lnase, Tina lnatomi, Cindy Irwin, Tina lshii, Lee Ann Y f .pgvfff L I W ,,,, ,, , ,Q if W i ,L nl 'Q I mf., i 'nk as gr? ia , , as .i a ht. A413- U kt ,Q . ,.,, ' if Q - V' W il' ' 44 1 -ff t .i., f if , ,..,. 3' .J , V l X wiv f .M 'L ,, L , V., , . F gg , A , ,tr ' 1 . ' is A 1. R My fL-f 4 "l' or e-.,-3 ' Q 'tx r ii ff qw zu Q O 'Ji 's A f I ,.,frf an f kgzi m ay A ii, J, 'Ii ' S' 1' ' it 5 W I JH! , A 'Q , ' 6 :Q V f , A R' H 2 L J M ,,- 5 V I 6, , ,V V ' K ,V 1 We 11 ' J ff , .ff -c,M,t,f i ,Z . , f . . ,x f - ,na i v 4 3 A 3 ,,, t, xx i J H , , Wifi WV, ,N 3 in , -:v t Q ,N 3, ,L f a 3 5 S it Jaakola, Lance Jackson, Laurie Jackson, Lucy Jacobson, Lee Janeba, Mark Jeffers, Steve Jensen, Kathy Jenson, Vickie Jew, Richard 'F' Who says there Johnson, Andy Johnson, Chris Johnson, Doris Johnson, Judy Jones, Cyndi Jones, Jeff Jones, Jeff Jones, Judy Jones, Lorri jordan, Alice jordan, lody judd, Reggie Kamei, Bruce Karp, Mimi Kawagoye, lim Keith, Steve Kelly, Michael Kessel, Tim .."'7' , 'F 4 is 'it 4 aren't any UFO's. Kikumoto, Daniel Kille, Ioyce Kim, Daryl Kim, Diane King, Cherri Kishiyama, Brian Klett, Kevin Knodel, Stefanie Kohler, Dale M is ti i, 9 i i ,. S . img, ug , Q E sk., ,av- 115. ' "1 J' Q -.,i- ,. , I 3' 4 B t"2si"" 1 l 9 iiiizfl it 5 K1 ? T R 5 ,xg Wai, I l 3.6 ' T T' 2 ' 0 n t. eiia J W: '15 xi i, fr, 3 Tri K ' 3 B R JV", E. xi , as A " QF .,, , ,, ' s' E v K. ,qt .ca lil , 'iv 5" R if i ., . .Q il- "' W' - -Bw Q' -,5 ' fx, ,T ., ,fra A M., 92111 . Y y at i is at it 1 - X , I 4 ' Q , i,,,,,. , . eeii K, K 5 1 I , pi' .4f"f"'l' Kokkeler, Karen Kokubun, lanice Kosaka, joanne Kowatsch, Christine Krans, Cindy Krone, Ted Kruth, Tina Kubota, Neil Kuhn, Laurence Kumura, Dwayne Kunsch, lon Kurihara, Dawn Kuykendall, Kim Labouff, Margaret Lamb, Karen Lamb, Tim Larson, Eric Latendresse, lon Latimer, Dave Latina, Tami Lauer, Vicki Leach, Susan Leatham, Susan Lee, Lorianne Leedom, Donna Lehmann, Linda Lembke, Rick 185 is 1,35 f fr et. 'X , , i , M 2 art? t , Longacre, Ron Lucian, Tina Luehmann, Greg Lukesh, Karen Luthe, Susan Lynch, Pattie Lynes, Bunny W5zV5 ie Y, an , t ll M Q' A' a Xa, if in F P bmp I f E? J.. - :,1..f - ,, ... x 1 K L 'wg X r 3-L 1 3351 K,i.k ig, 71 . ,,..f.Q: an X S it af' K i ' , , Marshall, Anne eA'eh" it Martin, Charles , ' aa Martinez, loe 'D , ,, L aaaa L r lVl3l'lOf6ll, Alina H 1 Mme, Rav s , Masuguchi, loanne i Ntaunakafvene sta his - we5iai'sr is 'awe is Ee. aaa, q 1- L e1-r, rr11-' r 2 Q M l"- ' . l ri" ' K -rh' fl i -", if i r -. ta 1r r McCall, Karen McDonald, Cath McEwen, john Y E L LW' ai 1 ee awe 'i?5iwwi ' TT f3?fWa ' 4 riirrrr N vgg asegi cccc Melgares, Karen i - - Mendes, Mary Lou , ' 1, Mendoza, Albert frllifr M is . j, .11 , :gig . ,Lx E I , k f -fa, 1 X I xr afzm ., :Q iii f ,ar , , Hi 5? ---' 1-:Wreaths i it 2 X Hal x ai it N , 1 a Q E t 5 .1 r H If I l fi S aa Q 4? 4 - .sglifsslv .ar E E aw tt Q R , X, ,..,,.,,..wQ ,..,,, .Ji ,4y ras gp agywg ' ' 3 ll . l we L t 'Q Wi B 2 Q 'ri Q. gm q X QF s,,ssssss, , QE ,yi ein fw,Qfe 1 :sig . , . - f E is S E as sm aj egiiieea -,:Q, . JQEEQ. ' EEE , Q New' 22111111 -. 11' W' .x5f.'11',2-1,2 1 Y - 'MR , X W . at ' V3 Leong, Lori Lerner, Sharon Lerstad, Alyce Limoges, David Liston, Gail Long, Chris Long, Matthew Maberry, jim MacLean, Debbi Malm, Michael Manikis, Tony Marholz, Kim Mark, Michael Marsh, Pam Matoba, Wayne Matsushita, loy May, Bryan May, Kent 6 Mayeda, Nanette Mazzarella, Kim McAuley, Tom Klclntyre, Mark 'cMillan, Aarci 'eehan, loellen Mendoza, Michael Mercado, Ofelia Merced, Frank lt's those short nights. Moreau, Donald Motley, Melody Mousseau, Vicci Moute, Laura Mulvihill, jean Murakami, Cindy Musser, Brent Nelson, Debbie Nelson, Lance Nelson, Lori Neubauer, Andrew Neville, johnny Nichols, Rob Nielsen, Gary fi 51 "5 Ml , it x af V", V Mercier, Brad Mercier, Karen Merkelbach, Willma Miller, Denise Miller, Mary "R Millinder,1im il? f Mitchell, Nancy Mock, Lezlie Molina, Gloria Molvin, George Montoya, Tricia Moore, Adrienne Moray, Robert a t sa K7 QL, Lf My l' We Myers, Rick Myzel,Pam Nagamatsu, Linda Nakasako, Elaine Nakasako, Linda Napolitano, Gary Narimatsu, Daryl ftmyqwff lymjej gi if 7 1- x Nielsen, Shari Nicassio, Paul Nikkels, Robert Nishime, Jody Nishimoto, loan Nissen, Colleen Norris, Cherrie 187 Ain't we pretty? 'EK 'P O , :.J it yi fl 'Sis sri, Si Norvill, Patricia Novak, Barbara Nukida, Tim Nyitrai, Melody O'Brien, Kathy -W ' ' O'Connor, Laura '35 - "Thi 5, 4 Ogawa,lune 'I' Ogren,Kallen J 5-N Okuma, Susan Okumura, Ann 'S 1 f eats nrv- V R ,K ! t Hi X self- --':, 1 1:-H. Q: 4,1321 ,. - J' I 5' ,fl ix , . K 'fs ,. 1' Q 'Ah 6 my it-V tif' i'aa A - N, ,M 'Y M A wr . ks A '-ft: ' A -..., f.g1iGt P ' - 44 . A . .NX K , ink ., ,M in 6 t QM. f 52? if 1 ' M N 1 1 :AHS S- f qv' Qt ks we is , ui,i , at t , me dw ix X 3? 1 . ,gf . ,E 'A vii". ' :M D .. T ' if , fi? rfx' 5 "it1 K f i D V , it ,A I , wr ,Q C. P H.. 'wb 6 ' .Big xxx l KJ 1 l ' M 15. Ne, vw 5, "7 , ya ' Q' 't if Q 9,-Q,j1E:Q ' N' I Ji if aiwxlf C . Sa' . P at ,X ar at 1 X ,lx .... 1 1 X lx X I ,Q -R :ff F .f"' fs We ? X w ' A Oliver, Ronald Olsen, Stan Orabuena, Della Drew, Craig Orth, Debbie Oshiro, Robert Overdorf, Valerie Pagaduan, Gloria Painschab, Minda Paldino, Vince Palmieri, joe Papac, C-eorgeann Paredes, Sandra Parker, Lorene Parks, Mike Pasek, Christopher Patterson, Sherlyn Pawly, Laura Payne, Dale Pearce, Richard Pease, Karen Pekins, Donna Pelayo, Allen Perez, lohn Perez, julie Perez, Ralph Perry, Clyde Peters, lack Peterman, Mike Peterson, Diane Picker, Charlotte Platt, lim Plebanek, Brian Pohl, Cathy Poirier, Tim Porteous, jill -fi VB., Danny and Steve grooving on the camera. 'f .i get 49 sf w ig- 3 is if ,a is as ,i 1 if 4 .Y N -.. a N L Xi ' ii Porter, Sandie Pound, jeff Rabito, Emile Ramirez, Mike i as ii IR Qi. .A '-.. , 1 X. is ' 5 W 1 X ii i "' " f vw .mx l . Vi, ,i Y-fs . . v w Q . ., rr i f, V ., . . , lii g iizl ,. iraq. ..,, . " 'W 'E.,. 'a ia , ai? A ,f ,K x kv Randall, Bob Rapske, Erwin Ray, Debbie Reading, Anne get it ,-1 A-. ti . I , W .4 f K J 1 4. 7 x i f'??,'-ffj. ,ax E , I Redman, Cindi Redman, Kim ii, it 2 , Redmerski, Dave Renninger, Linda Reyes, Steve Reynolds, leff Rhilinger, Marcia Richards, Vicki Rickabaugh, Randy Rippeto, Tim Riskus, Susan Rivas, Carlos Rivera, Ernest Robertson, David Roberts, loanna Roberts, junior Roberts, Peggy Robinson, George Robinson, Mark Rodriguez, Allen Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Juana Rodirguez, Sally Roman, Vangie Romero, Chris Ross, Alan Rossetti, Ron Rubin, Russell Rudder, Timothy Rushton, Valerie Rustad, Kent Ryan, Vic Saavedra, David Sakamoto, Lois Sakatani, Bill Sazegar, Becky Sanders, Dave Sanders, Mona Sanford, Stephanie Sato, Diane Sawada, Midori Schafer, Bernie Scheliga, Marcy Scott, Greg Seamans, Patty Seidel, Debra Seki, Amy Senesac, Mike Sesto, Terri Seward, Karen Sheckler, Frank Shelton, Nancy Sherwood, Teri Shibuya, Craig Shigihara, Walter Shimizu, Ken Shodall, Gerald Sierra, Ines Sikes, leff Silvas, Sandi Simpson, lanel Sloan, Noel Slusarski, Charlene Small, Dave Smelser, Susan Smith, lan Smith, Roger Smith, Rosie Smith, Susan Smith, Terry Smith, Vicki Smylie, Nancy Souza, Daniel Spencer, Mike Spencer, Valerie Staley, Shelly Stancliffe, Claudia Starrett, George Steigelman, Bruce Stein, Anita M53 we t 've ' , age?- -tr 'li ,ss ' . - K A J, 94 1 WD Q at is " s ' i , s A 'Q ' , ji gt ewestv , ' an ' ,- -s -.W,,., -ti 's 32. , X ., ll x 'X . is N ' :,',g'l'z Q ,h ,J . . 1f'i"Q- ' -' l v ' -1 1- .15 qfgi T?ip?,553g w t ' Q. " ' "Ctrl ., ff Qxfbg. A 5-?:.w:xm'.-. , " ss f x HF K , i sew., 3 , -. 'ri f 5 5 S Q A 5. it .,,,,1,3,,3i I ,,,.f Q 535 :is , , f M ' L f 4 ., "GNf hire? i ' ,iw'ih .if " ,E -1 fl . L' 'Q . ' e st X ri X s K 4 . f has K 'W 3 Tis, I Qgfg if si it i ,fag rre r y X . 'i I l V l as " X e FPS. I X f xiii S ,S R " ii 5: XUIG9 W, " -I. "1-51. ' ,' .',,,v!-5" f'A1'---Haiaaz f f'ff.f-f, 1 , i,,,, 'K Q - Ls ll 8 5 321 ,water 5373 53? 4? tflgli' 1 " wmv 3-1 Z. K, X , . What smells? frat Z, I iff LQ: . , rt,r L . at it it , ,. .2 at A IQ. Q 1 ff ' 2 1' ff .1 , T ,, A 1 V JZ, f sf sri K M 1 'Q ., iv. P . .1 - 2, 4 V " '51 1' u ,. T ' .3 f U. a' H .fLA - we a Aa i all Q 5 'Sli y fl X l . L K 1 5 -,gp - 's-ww , , 1, W Litfgf fm. .., 5 . A it i I , .- Ji-if v, 3 N ,, ,V i s' w ,ef 1 W w. v , ,..1. 3 F ,ff ,y zfii u., ,,,, S ss Lt w swigtg it f, I f ,. ,r , V ,,tt 4 as S W Q r 'i . by . if E' if "V p A r ,,, V l ' ' l l S 'N " I' ' 'M-.. K The bigger they are the harder they laugh. DQ Steiner, joe Stevens, Debra Stewart, Phyllis Stockhousen, Gisele Streiff, Heidi Streit, Tim Streit, Tom Sullivan, lim Sullivan, Maureen Sunshine, Steven Swain, Peggy Swancoat, Rodney Sweat, Patty Sweat, Peggy Sykes, Cerina Szabo, Richard Tado, Terri Takemura, Kathy Talleda, loaqui n Tamanaha, Jeff Taniguchi, Gregg Tarkington, Joanne Taylor, lim Taylor, Melinda Taylor, Michael Teter, Scott Tetreault, Sylvia Theobald, David Therrio, Karen Thistle, Terry Togioka, Tom Tomlin, Dwight Torres, Daniel Tracey, Karla Tribbey, Stephen Tropiano, Karen Trunkett, Steve Tsutsui, Mike Turner, Elizabeth Turner, Steve Tymick, Bobby Ueno, Willene at T91 S ,L ..-W 4 r P r K " ' Q h V Vega, Norma illoria, Herman Vogt, Kathy ," , Q " V 111 ,f g.g'Lf'9"'w Li 2 f M-f,S5a, f.'k,. V, 'f .'Ei .f, ' ' k"L A W i- if e F eg Q .W L,,2 if '71 , W." ,VLL il " - i ,1V,,i1 if Vi t 5 "h" I - Q.. , gf-Z .. :,-'1 N .fr Ja , 2 Q pg W"' 3, ,X ,kliyigm ,, ? r 1 Q. it 'fx , 'iw-" . , A :fi Van Leeuwen, Margaret Van Wormer, Cindy Varleyflayei ' Vasquez, Edmund fi 1 , , , V or f-4 Ugale, Francine Umekubo, Tim Umeku bo, Wen Underwood, Laurie d Uyehara, Duwayne Vaca, Robert Valdez, Tony ' ,.:, '.z': W 17.'l"?:' 4,5 " ,:-,fr."...' 1- ,,.f " ,, ,, i -,,.. 1,1 f,'. ,, ..:: ,- Wadalisa V waddefir V Ward, Robert Warnemuende, Lois in R aoer J Q , if V 1 , V- -,,,.r , ,f,,. r i'-' - V ff' f'i 1 4 ww 4, ,, 4 3, I , 2, . rm f in 'qi Q' Hifi? 1 351: E W A ' 7' .wr 4, .Hess L sq. 4 ve 'QQ W 131 r y ' ,f 5 ., 34 .F , M5 sf ,I I 1. ' . . 'gg-, 131 ,x ,,,,, , J in ,, . Y ,fiiriwggi e rr.. . ,, ,.,.. , '1' 'aww' 42"-affr fr' '- A .rr Warner, Nancy Waters, Eva Watts, lean Weeks, Curt Wehking, David Weiss, Robert Welch, lim Wellborn, Mark Wells, Paul Wentz, Teresa Whittaker, Michael Wilborn, Cindy Willey, Mike Wilson, lulie Yates, Damon I Ybarra, Loretta Yoshida, Clayton Yoshii, Teri Yoshimoto, Laurie Young, Lisa Zukle, Daniel " XX af ,a .a . 2 we ,. ., L, l t , ..- I L, l r AW. X-V, RQ 4x p ' ai 'iz ,Mgr ,,,.-J , .",-.: V,f?ii'iZf3ii' ' .M .,,,W, t"E:2fKif7f55H . Hi, ,L ,xg ' T "" i A r. 1- Y 't J, ,X .V ta 4 ia. U L ' 1 . 1 K 4' I 4 Wilson Laurel Wilson, Tammy Wong, Roger Wood, Lorraine , , "' ' P I 5' ' fa 1 45, f .2 -in L M' 'gli .lf ,wax ,- .4 Z V .qi if . A .4 - ., ali , ,,,, ...I ,,,, .,, X. .. .,, sr Y will -K t, at ,:,i,:v:z , ' W " ' ' .fr , a - ,, ' 37? . '- f,1,- fl , MM, ' , ,, 12' V KY I , If r 'fr H in ,, h ' ff 4' 'LT5-if " A .21 wu""t' up L 'L 2'5w3.r A Wim. . Q i W- mfwoflirz, L, L L ,ass rrsi , ' -wf..g,r-:,s?:'gf Wright, Mark A 5 . L ,, ..,,- , ,,ss,,tt s,,tt,,sts ,ss,ss , M sss,,,s,. at Q.. , I it y.,,,,a Wyatt, Fred .-4 ,' 'Z X. ff Q 4' ny Wyrick, Dave A y M 1 " ,QQ Yamano, Russell - 5, A 'Q f 'fg ae- 1 ,A Q I 3 ' Yano, Robert ,.... Yata,GaYle 3 , - 'iff ' " l l . 1-:. Yi gl fx . if f 1 e A Q , I - is V..-t F 572. . r t.,,hA A 'H ' ' I ' 1 x '- W ,- .rs' M - eff it , H 1 A' s :gr -V rri, L 4 , , ' lx A l 1 A l' ' ll M Am 3 0Ico5n'u'n'u'a'n'n'u'a's'c'o'a'u'u'n'n'a'a'u'o's's's'n's'n'l':'n's'u'a'n'uu1noon:nooouanuucoouuuccuuv-sua------w-v---vw ,,,,, . .... ..... . . .. . . . . . . .. . -.-:-:-:-:-1-:-:-:-:-:-'-.-.-.-.-:-:-:-:-'-.-.-.-.-.-:-:-.-:-:-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-:-.-:-:-:-:-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-. . . aaonucosnnnfasnnouaofa11sonunu11soonouuuuooounalaaloululoocnuunnanonncouuueollcnlullilig lluxuxnlllllllluulullululIll: Innuuluununn ..........................................................,.............................. ....v.........................'u............ ......................................................................................... .W................................',.... . -.n-QQ0-....--nu.Q.0I....-....1-eo......--n.-..1-1ne......Inu-n-annna-...un-nnqnuunugasuung u unuululllnlnuunn.---------:----..-.-.'x ...............--.......--......-.-'...'-..-1-.......I,......nu..-...---...---.-In...--...Q '-..----.-------.--.n-------.-.......... .....-.--....unU.0-..----0.--...--.0-.-........-...U...............-.....fn-........-.--...-......nun 'M----------1---....-.--..H -......-...-..1......U.....--1-...-...-.-...-....----........U...........-.....-...-...-...-.--...--...... ----H------.--.--.--.U ....--.-........--1.-..-.-...-----.n..-.......--..................-'....-..-nu-n.......-...-......-0.-...-.an - I -'k-u----.--.-.-- .1..-..I--Q-n..QnI.........--..-....--.--...'....--.-.--..- ...'....nun-.--nnnu.ana1Ina...-.-Q...-...----:annum -5.1:--u---nun---I ...--...-...-.....1...-.........-.-.....-..-.---..-..- -...-...-......-.....-...-.......un.----......-...qu -lN---.--.------ ...... ..... . .. .... .. . . ....... ........ ...... . . . '-'+:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-.-.-.- , ........................................ . ............................................................................... ....... . . ....................................... ........ ....... ............ . . .......................................... . . , ...................................... . . ................... ,, .......... .............................................. . , .................................... .. ..................... .. ......... .. .......................................... . .. ..................... . . ................................................ , ................................... ..... ................... ., . . ...... . .................................... . ................................... ..... . .................. . . .... ....... . .......................................... . ................................... .................. . no. ........... .............................................. . .................................. ........ . ., ............. . . ............ .. .................................... . ................................. ......... . ......... . . .......... ..................................... . ................................. ................. ........ ......... .......... .... ............................................ , ................................. ................. .... . . . .......... ......... .... ........................................ . . . . . ................................ ................. . . . ............... .......... . . ..................................... , ................................ .................. . . ............... ......... . .. ..................................... . ............. ....... ..... ............. ........ . . . . . . . .g.'.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.gs.-.-I'.-.'.-.-.-.-.'I-I-.'.-.:.:.:Z:Z'I" - - :.f:C:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:I' .'.:I:.:I"'IgZ:Z"' 'C 'I:Ig2:Z:Z:I:Z:Z:I:.:.:I:.' 1.12:21.1.2.gl32:232:232121215211125:Z12:22Z1Zglglglvl'232121.1212:Zglglglzljlgfglglgf' vo'o'u'n'a'a'c'n'n'uu'I'n'-'a'u'n'n'u'u'u'e'a'a'a'nvnu5.9 -'-1-'-'n'nnn'l inn---uunnuu In ill A iussocuuull nun amoss1uIsIouooofsun11ensscuu'l's'nuaaunsoninocula' ............................... --...---..-...... g. ... '...'-n--.4 .--....-....-......-...-.Q--........--...-...N .. .. .......... ............................................... . .............................. .......................... . . .,. ....... ......... . .. ........................................ nseunuunuqnunnnqaaau......-...-... .......J' ..........-. I ... nn... .-...'...-...---.-.-......--...-nnnnanosuu----...,... u..uh-U.-n-nu.-......HU.. . .. ... ....-..-.......................................-. ......-.Q-...nu-ans..-....nf-.. ..................................................... ............................... .......... ............. ................................................ ............................. .......... ....... .... . . .. .......... . .. ....................................... . ......................... ..... ....... ......... . . , .............. . ............................................. . .. ...................... ...... ...... . ........ . . . .............. .. .......................................... ''.'.'.:.:.:...1.:.g.:.:.:.:.g.:...,.:.' -5.-... ..,.,.g.g.:.' I. .:.......1.g.g.Q.3.1.1...0.I...g.2.3.:.5.g.Q.I.3.....,.1.1.pg.3.5.5...pg.5...:.:.:.g.g.:.:.g.g.:.:.... ...'....... "4 .'-'J-'-5 fs'-'Jn' ...... .. .'.'.'...... ....'.'... ..'n'.:...--.0 ...--'.'-'.'. .'.'.'......-'.'-'.'.'-'-hu-'-'-'.'.'.'.'.'. J....'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'...- ... ....... ............. ...... . . ......... ........, . . . ...................................................... - -'.'.'.'.'-'-'l .'-'-'n': I .l.s'u'a'n'u'a'a'a's'n' '-'-'-'- -'.'.' 'p'q'.'.' .'. '-' . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .A -' - ' .' .'-'-'.'a'a'u'n'a'-'n'1'q.n'u'n'Q'ffm'fu'o'u'Q'n's'1'u'1's'a'a'n'n'u'1'1'1's'u'0.1'1.fo'u'n'fa's'n'n'9'Q'1'u'o'c'u'u'c'n'u'n'n'u.a :-:1:2:-:1:2:f:5:5:l:2:i:I:2:f:-.- '2:I:1:3:3:1:3:5 '5:1:i:?:5:1:1:" '-'-.-.-.-.-:1:111:15:Y:3:1:1:2:2:1:1:1:1:1:1:2:1:3:?:i'i''1I11:5:1:1:2:!:1:3:2:2:Z:Y:5:Fx5:I:I:2:2:IS:1:3:5:5:5:?:2:15:3:1:35:3:5:5:5:3:5:iz5513:7:!:5:5:f:3:3:!:5:I:1:1:1: .:l......................... ,... ........................-...'.......--......--..................U-U..-............. I'-................. ............ .... .-..........--...--......q...g..g..p...---.-n.-.-....un-.-.--...........-...,... ........ ..... , ................... .... ,. ..... ..j.-.:.:C:Lf5.-.-.'.-.-.I...-. :.....-...-.-.......:.: -...... . .....'...I.5.1.2.3.:.:.,...,...g.g.g.g.,...U...Q.:.:.:.:.:.:.g.:.:.:.:.:4.3.:.:.,.....l.g.Q.3...1.....Q...,.I.I.3.3.3.g.I.......Nl...g.g.:.g.:.:.:.......:...g .- ..................-.'...'... .l.'.........-...-.'.....'....,..........................................-.......-..,.,.,.,...,................. ..'.......r'q'.l,.,.......... .'.'............'.'.'.'... ... --..---....----..'1'n'o'n'n'n'a'a'o'a':'n'a'n'u'n's'o's'n'n'a'u'u'n'n'I.-------'-'-'.'-'....--1.'.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.-..'.'- ...' -'-'.'.'..'-'. 'y.'n'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'f'-'-'.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .' -'-'-'-'.'-'-'-'-'.'-'-'-'-'.'J-'n'.'.'n'a'n'4'.'n'n'n'-'a'Jn'-'n'.'u'n'n'u'n'.'-'.'.'n'-'-'-'R-'.'.'-'-'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'1'.'03'.'.'.'.'-'-'.'.'.'.'.', ................',.r.... . ............ ...........................................--.......................... .. '...- '- - unun'l'l' w -u'o'o'u'n'.n-nfn...-.. .1-Q.-1asnfo'I'c'U'a.0'0I0'l'l'l.n'l.l'l.0.l.l.0'l.0.l.0'I-l.l'l.l'l.0'l'l'c.l'l.c'UcInoul's'u'a'u'snuaanuua'n'u'9'y'n .... I. . ,. ..... . . .... . . .................................... .................... .,,, ........ . . . . . . ............ . ., .......... .......... l ................... . . . .- .. .. . ..... .................................... . .. . .. ..... . .... . ................................... .. .. .. .... . .. .................................. .. ........ . ............................... .. . .. . .. . . . .......................... .. .. .. .... . . .... ............................ . .. ....... . . . ...... .......................... . . ..... . . . ....... ........................ . , . . ..... . ............. ................... . . ....... .... l ....... , .... , Avl. ..... -1 ...... . . Q ... "g'g'q'9'oannn'n'o'-- Jus'u'l'l-0.l.u'i'l.l'l.l. .. ...... . ., ................... .......... . . ......... .U ,.,., . .. . . .............. ..... ......... . . . . . .. ....... ' ". Q va 1-I-----1--I -1 'n'n'n'q'a'ua-- lu s'nuo'c'u.l'0'l.l'0'0'l'l'l'l . . . .. ....... .... ......... ........ . ....... . . . . :-:-:-:-:-:-- :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: -:A 'V'-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: -t V:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-::-: .-:-:-:- 6-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- '.""'.'.'.'. '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-'.'-'J-'.'.' .... . .. .. ....... .... ..... .... ..... . . .......... . . . . ....... . ..... . .. . ...... ..... . . . . ...... .... . .... . -- - ,'Z-I-Z-I-I-3-I-I-I-I-. H . I .... V ..... . .... ., ...... :-:-:-:-:-:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-H .'5.:.:.:.:.:. ' ,:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:4 lf. 5.:.g.:.:. g -.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.:.g . .... . ......... . . .-.5 . . . . '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. :+:-.-:-:-: -1 z- : :-:-:-:-:-:-:4 ., .... . . ..... .. .,..,.. . .... ...-,r.. . , ......- " '.' .'..'.'.'.. .' '.'.' """ ., ........ . . .. ............ .. ., ...,. ..,.q . ...'.'.f" ......,... .. . ...- '-'n'n'n . .......... ., .. . ,.,.... '.'.'.'.' .'.' ' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .' .'.'.'.'.'.'.' .'.'.' .... ....... ....... . . . .V .................... "'.-fi, .'.'.'-'-'1'a'n'n'n'o's'0'I'0'h'p'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. ..'. . '. .' '-'-'-'-'-'u ... .. . .................. . .. . .. '.'.' ' ' ' '.'.'p'.'.'g'l'g q'q'q.5'n'9'u'u'- A .'. '. 4 . . , . -' -' -'- n'n'-'n'u n '''.'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. . '.'.'. .', ' ' .'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .1 ..,.,. . . ' '.'.'.'-'-'-'.'-'.'.'.'q'g'g'g'.'-'.'-'.'-'.'.'. - - . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. . .'. . fu '-' . .'.'.'-'I'-'-' .'.'. . '-' '.'.'.'.'-'.'-'.'g'g.g'g' 'g'g'g'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'. - - Q .'.'.'- .'.'-'- -'f . -'q '-' - -'-'n'n'u'-' .-:-2-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-1-:-.-... 'A:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:':- '- .. -:-:-:-'-'-: :-:-:-:-:-:-: '. 'fu 1nn1U'l'u'i'l'l.l.t't.0'n.0'aan-.A. .., -...-qu-I-.--... ... - --..-.- -.--.g..-... ------..- . .. .....................,.. . . ...........,... ......... .. ........ , ........................ .. . . .............. .. .. .... .. ..... af 'n .n:.:.:-Z.:a:a:n:e:a:a:o:n:n:e:a:e:.:n:.:n:u:.:-2.2.1-1.2-...'. '.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.''.:.:.'. .:.:. -...:.:.'. "'::: ', U' g'g'n'-'l' 's'1.Q'0.0'0's'l'0.l'l.l'u.o'0'c'l.l'n'l'l.u'a'fn'.'-'-'-'v '-'.'.'.'.'. '-' I'-'. '-'-'-'-'-'-'.'.'.'.'.'-'-'."'.'.'.'. .'.'.'-'.'. . . .'-'.'- - .'- . , ..... . ..... ........................ . . .. ....... . .... . . .... .. . ............................ .. ........ .... ......... ...... , . ... . . ..... .. ............................ .... ..., . . ............... . . ..... . ............................., .......,.., . . ...... . .. . . ....., , ..... ...................... .... . . . .. . .... ..................... . . ...... .... ............................. .... . . . ... ..... ........ ....... . . .. . ...... ,... ..........................,. . ...... ...... ..... ......... ............... ...... . . . ...... .... ............................. ..... . ............... . . . .. ... , ..... . . ,.... ...................... . ., . . ...... . ........................ .. .. . . ...... ..... ........................... . . .... .................... . .. .. .. . . ..... . . .... .......................... . ........ ..... ...................... . . ..... . . .. .. . . . ..... . . ............ .............. ..... . . . ........................ .. . . . .... . . .... .......................... . . ........ . ...................... . .... .. .. . . .. . ..... . . ...............................4, , ............... ...,...... ....... . . . . ...... . .............................. .. .. .. ....... . ............ . . ..... . .,.. ........................... , . .... .. .. ........ ............. ...... . . A .. .... . .. . ........ .V.V.'.3.g.g.1.g.5.:.3.3.g.g.g.g.g.,.,.g.g.g.,.g.................... h .... ............... .uap.." ..-n 1 :uaac....-- ---nn ll------... 1'.'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'.-'-'. '-'-'-' '-' 'I' "4f:':T:2:2' .5:-:5:?:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-1-1-1-.-. .. '-:-:-:-.. '.'.'.'.'." ".'.'. .'.'.'J-'u'.'Q'.'u'a'o'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-. '.".'.'. "..'.'.'.'.'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. . ...., ...... ............ ......... .... . . . .. .... .. , ..,.,.,., .... D ,.,.,., .... 'q'f'n'-'-' "s'-'-'-'Q g'g'-'-'.'.' 'Q.a'Q'.'l'l'u.u'n.o'n'n'l'n'u'n'-'. .'-'-- ' '.'.'.'. '.'.'-'.'-'-- -- ."-'-'u'u'u'u'l' ,....,...g.g.g.g.,.......g. -...:.:.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.,........... . .. .'-'..'.' '-Uaalqquu.-..l 0 ui Qnunllllulllunnffpl.'.'...'. ".'-'.'-'na ... "'.'-'-'.'.'- .... . ............. .. ...... . .. ,.,...,.,.,A.....,.,...0 '.....gg.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.:.......-.... ... ' canning.. .........--.gn :ul lllllllolluuilllnon'.'.'.'... " - - - - - - . . . . . . . . , . . -.g.1.3.3.1.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.'.'.'. -- 'Q ' A -a. Dr. Lloyd jones Superintendent of Schools Dr. Walter Buettgenbach Area Administrator Board of Education Provides eadership and Efficiency .-H' f Si ,Nga mwnmzmwz4m . of F.: if 0lC'7PlIWl00' M,w,pyQffm m'2,ffLn , y mlfwmfwlw Aa rofwawtii Ara, 2135-c - 3 i ttt,,. ,xc ,ws X ga Veer, 5 " . g i MQ V., A Dr. jones, Stanley Dunn, Hyman Silver, Naomi Leavitt, Owen Griffith, Dorothy Baker. PTA: Action Through Interaction The theme of the PTA this year, "Action Through Interaction," very accurately described their agenda. At the beginning of the year, an open house for North High was scheduled and the Torrance Fire Department gave a demon- stration of the procedures of their paramedic team. The PTA also made an evaluation of the Alternative Program and the activ- ities of language clubs, particularly their trips off campus. At the end of the year, they took a "nostalgic look back, and a promising look forward." 4141 .I it MQ? NYU 'figiiiif Ui' xt! ,I 1 r ills: Mr. Leonard Lifton Principal Mr. Marcus Caldwell Assistant Principal The Administration Advocates of Student Ability l l Mr. james Krembas Assistant Principal -,,....4,,, lungf17uu1iifrFTti"'1:"x-.- -' 'wi 1 g l ' is Mrs. Melvina Marble Assistant Principal MARY IDOSIDIS-English Mrs. Ouida Edwards Prin.'s Secretary Mrs. julia Barck Counseling Office Mrs. Evelyn Cramer Curriculum Office Mrs. Irene Embrey Counseling Office Service With Mrs. Pauline Bauer Business Services This year, North High's squad of secretaries kept things rolling along smoothly and efficiently. Besides getting their paperwork done while answering the requests of their echelons, the office staff helped ad- ministrators stay on schedule. Simultaneously, these invaluable clerical personnel maintained ac- curacy in office files, relayed in- coming phone calls to the proper department, and directed the traf- fic of correspondence. Mrs. Fern Fortney Records' Office Mrs. Doris Hakanson Counseling Office a Smile ,,,WM"W"'5s Mrs. Patricia Knutson Vice Princ.'s Secretary Mrs. Marilyn Livingston Student Activities' Office Mrs. Barbara Polliard Librarian Clerk Mrs. Marie Smoyer Nurse's Office Mrs. Helen Lltsis Vice Prin.'s Secretary Mrs. Virginia Naumann Attendance Office Mrs. Franceen Smith Principal's Secretary e Mr. james Blue Vocational Counselor ,,,Q wound , ,., ,,',W Miss Kay Curry Senior Counselor --,i fl ' r f ,, , ' ggi' L ,, ff'- ., v -itz, 2 I r ,.,, :ff ' ,"',i I ily A . f,,,, Ui, n I W . it ' L f ig "f 3 V 7 5 Q J, r Dam Falc I' , I I 202 W? gf Meeting Mr. Edwin Brown junior Counselor Not only did North High's seven counselors make program changes for students, but they also guided students who sought information a- bout their vocational interests. ln addition, they attemptedgqto solve student complications whenever they arose. At the same time, counselors in- formed college-bound students a- bout available scholarships and gave them some invaluable hints procuring financial aid sion towards a college education. i V H ,W Miss Nancy Gravelot Dean of Girls Student Needs ,,,,,,,W,,.s..4w,w...,.,..t.. Mr. Wnlllam Haase Work Experience ' 3 5 Mr. Clifford Graybehl " Q ':'4 ,W D220 Of BOYS 511' if J fn i I L5 . ,f1,:,: as , C Q5 W. , 'Zu -.. Mrs. Betty Hardesty Freshmen Counselor M'-in Mr. John Myrick Sophomore Counselor If Mr. Gerald Mays Freshmen Counselor Q -Ali-""" Mrs. Mary Shimpeno junior Counselor l 703 Mr. Ronald Brown Curriculum Coordinator Mrs. june Miller Curriculum Coordinator Q Miss Mary Montgomery Student Activities Advisor it A The Backbone of .H S Various faculty members compris- ing the organization of school facili- ties were really hard-pressed. From student activities, Miss Mont- gomery regulated student govern- ment and club activities. The library staff made the facilities of the library available to students who sought leisure reading and ref- erences for term papers. Behind the scenes in the library were our cur- riculum coordinators, Mrs. Miller and Mr. Brown. All injured parties reported to Mrs. Tryon, our chief medical advisor, to have their injuries put right. Mrs. Doris Schier Librarian Mrs. Elvina Tryon Nurse Mrs. Eloise Enger Librarian i I' CAFETERIA WORKERS: Row 1 Sitting: Martha Kumai, Gertrude Kidner, lear Snyder, Becky Perez, Helen Atkins. Row 2 Standing: Wilma Perlewitz, Betty Lawrence, Fern Scheel, Laverne Burgess, Betty Kurtz. orth High' Clean-up Crew CUSTODIANS: Row 1: Ivan Nesbit, Francis Colclasure, Cecil Butts, Grace Gin- dlesperger. Row 2: Richard jenison, Charles Cimino, Anthony Calise, Don St. Germain, Fred Reis. Row 3: john Busch, loe Gorgogione, Luis Bravo, Not Pictured: Clinton Brunson, Amasa Franklin, loesph Saraiva. Alternative Program Pursued lndividuality The Alternative Program was based upon the idea that students work at different rates and learn best in specific surroundings. The program was flexible so that each student might arrange to have more time in 'certain subjects as needed and alloted less time to a subject learned quickly. Seminars were held frequently by speakers who came in to discuss topics ranging from the Middle East War to psychology. Learning contracts were used in which agreements between the student and the Subject Area Advisor were arranged. These contracts spelled out how the student would learn the material, grading, credit, and how the student would be tested. This system of education enabled students to work more independently and learn to be responsible for the way they used their own time. I 1 i Mg, xt "lei, if Mrs. Carole Shakely Mr. Gerald Smith Q 3 - Q 3 E 5 5 x Mr. Gainor L. Brooks , ' ' B k am- , l 'Vll2CilC'fliigiil'hS iwfsrtiisff I, - English Reading Ill E I- hi , Elective English ng 'S Mrs. Ina Bridges Athletics English III 35 English Reading I Elective English Mr. William Cunerty English I Elective English Mr. Michael Bryan Athletics ' Elective English ,sf English Dept. - Geared 5 if Mr. Thomas Koehring English I Elective English Mrs loan Korman English I Elective English Mr. Patrick McDermott Mrs. Katherine Mottram English 2 1, - English I Elective English Elective English Mrs. Barbara MacManus English Reading l Mr. Lehr Mushrush Annual Photography Elective English Elective English Miss Ida Nazon Englishl Elective English to Student Expression iyx Mr. Guy Old journalism English A Elective English Mr. john Reynolds Speech E 2 l ? ir M E gal! A' v 5. 3 IM , if we A' ,,,. W is g, 209 in Miss Carol Scoville English I Mrs. janet Robinson Electlve English English Reading II Elective English Bridging the Verbal Gap Miss Carlotta Shupp English Reading I Elective English The aim of the English Department was to enable students to develop thoughts they would want to com- municate effectively on paper and to express these ideas clearly. Re- quired English courses endeavored to develop good literary tastes and critical analysis through reading various forms of literature. To the elective courses that were offered this year were added Mexi- can and American Indian Literature, jewish Literature, and a course on death. A resource center where students could go during any period of the day was also being explored. At the center, students could seek special help and guidance in all areas of English. Mrs. Lyda Sikkema English II Elective English Mrs. Romayne Thompson English IV Senior English English l Mrs. Sue Yawn English IV Elective English Ms. Shirley Baltau U.S. History Mr. Thomas Essex World Cult. Disc. Anthropology Mr. Max Kelly U.S. History U.S. Gov't. Mr. Warner Bergh U.S. Gov't. Ms. Lynn Hood Psychology World Cult. Disc. History in the Making Mr. Dale Langley U.S. Gov't. Civil Rights Mr. Douglas MacArthur U.S. History Youth and Law Revelations Collectively, the Social Sciences Department communicated to stu- dents the motives behind historical happenings, the curious traditions and functions in American govern- ment and obscure idiosyncracies in cultures of the world. World trade policies were taught in the elective economics class, while affairs of the state were aired in the California government and history courses. Most ol all, students were kept up- to-date on current changes in the world. ,jg v, Mr. Dean Malmo Men, Movements, Ideas- World History U.S. History .,,-. ' ' li -D I Ms. Elizabeth Mattey World History Man in Time 425' In Time Mr. Chester Ray U.S. Gov't. Mr. Robert Tabing World Cult. Disc. Asian Studies 'll Mr. Terrill Tierney Men Movements Ideas Mr'll-Tcgnil-l?ilJl:,0maS I World History E' ' m. Y World Cult. Disc. Como 'cs Athletics ' 'F fa... l ,X y, 4 s J 1' 3' . -al X' if , . 1 i 1 .... .1 J f i x ,lf if I Lfl T.. 5-fl N . .3 l lr, D lx X lhlbl ' x Ll ll X x - , .5 fi Miss loyce Cardwell Spanish Mrs. Paula Grahamer German Mrs. Yvonne "Barton 1 1FrenCh Spanish Mrs. Marguerite Landford Spanish D Mrs. Olga O'Neill Spanish Mrs. Gerry Rische French 1-4 Mrs. Ruby Workman Latin 1-4 The Foreign Language Department made the colorful languages of France, Germany, Spain, and Rome more enjoyable for students this year. The romance and mystique of these European cultures and histo- ries were taught to students as well as the mechanics of the language and how to speak them. Each language had an active club which engaged in activities such as plays, cultural experiences, and trips to places pertaining to their particular culture. It's a Small World After All!! J' .yd-'i I F r'- rrr s,,,-for 'ststr t .t Mrs. Lucie Autry Algebra 1 1 X . ,cf Mr. Norman Guest Gen, Math, Geometry Calculus Mr. William Ellings Algebra1 Figures-It The foremost goal of North High Math Department was to meet each student's individual needs. To ac- complish this, classes were set up according to student ability, ranging from General Math to Algebra 1, Trigonometry and Calculus. The highlight of the year was the trip to Occidental College for the mathematics field day. The purpose of this trip was for high schools to enter their top mathematics stu- dents in a test of mathematical abil- ity. Mr, Robert janko , .. . -W a - ---'-. ,gr 5 ' r ' r- f 3, 1 in iii., KDi ,,,i3 . W, rm? -5 it - K QW fil ls -f 1,15 C. .,,, -wg.tQzp5,gW 1..g3E- ,ef an age . , .. ,, . gn:-f!.fr2..fssf.x3g - .. at N? ' X . i --sf'f?2f'ff:52Q 1 ffifiliff's'ifI?"?1fiet'2, ' ' i i-.,, i . T 'Jar A-if , Mr. Marlin Lockrem Algebra 2, Gen. Math Geometry, Athletics Gen. Math, Trigenometry All Made Cents ,, ,, 5 gf!!-Qmj '2fu,om4M:L'7 ,S irlr r,e. ,, ,,l V' y ' Lil, nz-in "" rl. L. ' , ' 4'7" A liii A '7 I 2' 'AA" Lb i '7i1f?7'k L 'Ll' 'E ,V , ,,A.. , , MM' KVLL , VKLV V, . H ,LI LL,, ,y i n to L'-L , ..-W .,,a?. 7 'h .mv a2f,i122.fa,mf1igmg.f5 5. .. , .,......, - ' ".- - Mr. William Mitchell Algebra 1 Geometry . ,,.,,.,.,.. 6 TT General Math Mr. john Nicks Algebra1 Ext. Math A Geometry .fl Mr. Frank Small ,HUM 'NV Geometry ,, "V V Trigonometry ,. We , General,Math ffm , 5 ,fi 1' if , 45' -A ol J 12: if ,, 11. IN-i Ms. Illana Quinn Mr. Merl Rallsback i ,5,fil'l JKLVKVY Algebra l Algebra I Ext. 3 TTL' ,Li " iv Algebrai Ext. Algebra1 !' EXW' U V MV! German lf fl "E lx . MADMJ lu, Kr! .4 217 Science- This year's science program had a lot to offer NHS students. The course offerings ranged from studying the sea to the stars. In between, lay biology, life science, physiology, anthropology, chemistry, earth science, and focusing on the ecol- ogy situation, environmental science. The Science Department antici- pated a program for the academi- cally talented student that would be established for all levels in all fields. S is Mr. Robert Griffin Oceanography Astronomy Life Science Mr. Walter Hillier Earth Science Biology I Life's Nucleus Mr. Stanley Keller AnatomyfPhysiology Biology I Mr. Edward Levy Biology II Environmental Science Mr. Glen Tanaka Life Science Environmental Science Biology I Mr. LF. Reinhardt 'Physical Science Chemistry Mr. Richard Venturini Biology I Physics Miss Dorothy Addleman Shorthand Clerical Production Mrs. Betty Lemke Office Practice Accounting Typing Mrs. Gail Hart Secretarial Training Advanced Vocational Typing Mr. Ronald Hinders Typing l,ll Business Orientation Keys to Business: Opportunity and Employment The North High Business Depart- ment provided students with many skills and knowledge for their per- sonal and vocational use. The major purpose for which the business courses were geared for was to repare students for initial employ- ment and perhaps their future liveli- hood. lnstructors worked towards individualizing the business pro- gram and to meet the unique re- quirements of each student. One special opportunity opened to North High students this year was a Retail Sales class that was held at nearby Del Amo Fashion Square. This gave students first-hand ex- perience at retail selling. Mr. Karl Wanous Typing l,ll Intro. Data Processing Mr. Ray Brown Fine Arts Introductory Art Mrs. Linda Corsaut Crafts, Sculpture Art Production The Name of the C-ame: Mr. Robert jones Band Fine Arts Mr. Gerald Pendrick Beginning Acting Fine Arts North High's Fine Arts Department lead in courses aimed toward stim- ulating creativity and better self- expression in students. Among these courses are music, art, and drama to which the latest addition is photog- raphy. This year, the drama section inaugurated the Nickel Theatre on Saxon Stage once a week. For a minimal admission 45:1 the students could bring their lunches and watch a half hour of delightful entertain- ment varying from classical plays to cornball melodrama. "W-t.,,,,W Miss Carolyn Filling Fine Arts G.P.E. Creativit I Mr. Edward Nupoll Play Productions Advanced Acting Fine Arts Mr. Daniel Walker Choir, Glee, Chorus Fine Arts World History Mrs. Evangeline Crews Tailoring Dressmaking Techniques Mrs. loan Fabregue Child Care Clothing Skills Skilled and imble Fingers The activities of family life were stressed in Home Economics classes this year. Students were instructed on new ways to improve personal and family livings styles inthe home. Scheduled activities included sev- eral luncheons, a cake decorating contest, a pumpkin carving con- test, and a fashion show this year. Among the additions made in the Home Economics Department was a child care class in which students earned to work with young chil- dren and infants. All home econom- ics classes were also opened to all boys. Mrs. Elaine Holmquist Boys Foods Stitchery Mrs. Barbara Ohlson Creative Foods Food Preparation Go Hand-in-Hand ln lndustrial Arts courses, students were taught technical skills requir- ing the use of their hands. Training varied from woodshop to car me- chanics which enabled students to obtain the necessary experience in handling machines for various vo- cational trades. Besides working with machines, the Industrial Arts Department included drafting. Students found drafting to expand new horizons into the world of architecture and civil en- gineering. The technical arts class was a popular course for students aimed towards a vocation in archi- tecture. Mr. Robert Pollock Metal l,ll V i il as ' H if i FH .ar Mr. Guy Sherod Drafting Shop Math G.l.A, Mr. Clyde Perdiew Woodshop C.l.A. Mr. William Schuchman Machine l,Il,lll G.l.A. W of NW Mr. Stewart Kemplin Communication Skills Voc. Skills, Consumer Skills Mrs. Beverly Hazher En lish Readin Wld Hist Mrs. loanne Lacertosa Study Skills, Special Education S 81 - - Voc. Exp. U.S. Hist. and Gov't Miss Myrna Spector ,. Mr. Steve Schmitz Eng. Reading, wld Hist. Voc. Orient, Gen. Math Special Education Mr. William Lawrence Speech Imp. Eng. as a second Language Special Education: Helping Them Help Themselves Visual Aids Help for those limited in their abil- ities as a result of physical or mental handicaps was found in the Special Education Department. ln spite of each of their particular hindrances, students attained the bounds of their abilities with aid from their in- structors. The students benefited a great deal from individualized in- struction. The program included ex- cursions to places such as Olvera Street, museums, and other places of attraction. Mr. Russell Bierley Driver Training Athletics Mr. James O'Brien HDI! Driver Training Athletics Mr, Robert Quarry HDlfDriver Training Athletics Mr. Barry Gross Driver Training HDI Athletics Mr. lerry Nicholson HDI Life Science Coordinating Reflexes Driving on the road today is a seri- ous and dangerous situation, so our Health and Driver Instruction De- partment attempts to improve af- fairs on the road by teaching stu- dents to use safe driving habits and to have a good attitude toward driving. Students learn to drive with the use of simulators and actual Mr. Vernon Ross HDI U.S. History Athletics experience on the road. During a visit from the California Highway Patrol, a group of officers demon- strated stopping distances of a car at various speeds. Students are also taught artificial recesuctation and fire prevention by the Torrance Fire Department. xff' Q in Mrs. ludy Byrd Mrs. Kathy Goble Miss Martha Dalton Something The Boys' and Girl's Physical Ed- ucation Department provided a varied program to allow students to learn recreational sports and to en- courage individual motor skills while developing positive social characteristics. Development of physical as well as mental alertness was considered a vital part of the physical fitness program, and both departments ful- filled this requirement. Mrs. Linda Hewitt Mr. Allen Everley for Everyone Included in the Boys' P.E. Depart- ment were competitive CIF sports such as tennis, basketball, track, football, wrestling, soccer and base- ball. Girls' P.E. had interscholastic sports such as volleyball, tennis, basket- ball, track, gymnastics, and soft- ball. Classes were offered accord- ing to students' preferences to Sophomores, juniors and Seniors on a four-quarter system. Mr. Robert Howard Mr. Donald Kalmar Mr. Donald Kasten Miss Rebecca LaMar '75 Miss Ruby Olsen Mrs. Pat Smith Ninn- l freshmen Baldwin, Andy Ball, Susan Barbosa, Marcy Barela, Angela Barler, john Barrett, Bill Barnett, Leon Beck, Karen Becker, Martin Bedard, Nancy Bell, David Bell, Lucy Bennet, Karen 3eng, Bruce Bergh, Marie Bethel, Kimberly Bier, Craig Billica, Nancy Blancher, Christine Blatt, Cliff Blind, Elizabeth Xt X, Abate, Darrill Abate, Dabid Acevedo, Daniel Acosta, Mary Adams, Martin Akashi, Robert Allen, Charles Allred, Alice Altomari, Maria Alvariz, Natalie Andersson, Doug Anderson, joseph Andujar, Debbie Angel, Bruce Archuleta, Tony Arechiga, Dave Arnold, David Asamoto, Dale Asamoto, Lori Asato, Susan Aston, Cindy Ater, Ricky Avalos, Bob Avila, Alice Baerlein, Romy Bailey, ludy Baker, Donna Baker, lames , 4 ,QW t M i':ff,'.' if X lv , . i""llg., i Ml Bewildered freshmen on their first day of school. Boblitt, Ellen Boden, Gwen Bogroff, jim Bolles, Lisa Bondy, Karen Bonneau, Philip Borth, Sheri Bothwell, Pamela Bowser, Alexis Bowsher, Becky Breitenstein, Karl Brinkmann, Tina Brooke, Bonnie Brooks, Kevin Brown, Lisa Brown, Roger Brunswick, Steven Bry, Scott Bryant, Frank Bundy, Guy Bunker, Sandra Buoscio, Richard Burgasser, john Burge, Glen Burgoyne, Mike Butler, Deborah Buttcane, Terry Byalick, Elaine Caldwell, Cathy Campanella, joseph Campisi, joann Camou, Larry Caparino, Elmer Carroll, Daniel Carter, Susan Casagrande, Gino Case, Debra Castle, Donna Catron, Karen Caveney, Mary Louise Cawdrey, Don Chang, Ramona Chao, Debbie Chavez, Vicki Chinen, Brad Chisam, Tommy Cholley, Billy Christie, Mike Clanin, janet Clark, Rodney Clark, Susan 232 , ,-1 If uw Claxton, Jerry Collins, Dennis Colston, Kenneth Compton, Ron Contreras, Alex Contreras, lose Contus, john Coons, Danny Costa, jimmy Countryman, Lisa Cowan, Lloyd Cowart, Candy Crawford, Francine Crawley, Patrick Croan, Pat Cullazo, Maria Curtis, Darrelyn Dahlen, Debbie Dalton, Denise Darnell, Linda Davidson, Russell Davis, Denise Davitian, Dawn De Frees, Candice De Grasse, Vicky Deibel, Farrell De La Cruz, Ernie De Leon, Richard De Mieri, Athena De Mott, Steve Deshler, Donald Desimone, Bonnie Des Lauriers, Dwight Desmond, Randy Detlefsen, Tom Dinsmore, lack Divinski, Catherine Duarte, Diana Dunfee, Debbie Dunham, james Dupont, Daniel Durham, Nancy Durham, Paul Edep, Michelle Eggleston, Billy Eguchi, David Ehrlich, Mary Ann Elkin, Peter Ellison, Brad Elrod, Danny Encalada, Carlos 233 L5 Lx! . I a Engen, Vincent English, Mark Comer, Glenn Estrivo, Kathy Eudy, Laurie Evans, Pam Eyestone, Lisa Ezzolo, Christy Facon, Steve Faia, Deborah Faragallah, Basili Farragallah, Lisa Farr, Phillip Farrey, Dawn Fay, Leo Feist, Bevan Ferreira, Ann Fierro, Diana Finne, Richard Fitzgerald, Kevin Fitzgerald, Ronald Flanagan, Derek Flores, Carolyn Flores, Dolores Forehand, lim Foster, Barbie Fowler, Eric Frasquillo, David Fruchter, Laura Fujisaki, Stu Fukuchi, David Fukuto, Steve Fuller, ludy Garcia, Stacey Garnett, lay Garofano, Raymond Garrido, Tony Garza, Rita Gebhart, Karen Gee, Kim Genova, Christine Germain, lohn Getten, lames Gillotti, Frank Gilstrap, Bridgette Giro, Wayne Glendenning, Kathleen Gomez, john Gondo, Barbara -XM A, Teacher can I go to the restroom? ll l 1 X Greenwood, Daniel Sregor, Genene Griggs, Wayne Guest, William Suggenheimer, Rhonda Guillen, Del Surski, Theresa Haga, Mary Hagedorn, Kirsten Haigh, Steve Hall, Greg Hall, jaime Hall, janet Haller, Sandra Hannifin, Terri Hanson, Bill Hanson, julie Hanson, Rick Hanzawa, Sandy Harants, Shelley Harrington, Robin Harris, Ginger Hart, Rick Harvey, Stephen Haslam, David Hasson, Robert Havill, Steven Hefington, Scott Henkhaus, Lennard Henry, Adriene l ll .1 so Gonzales, Dean Gonzales, julie Gonzales, Mark Gonzales, Mike Gonzalez, Sylvia Gonzalez, jesse Goodman, Mitchell Goodrich, Mike Gorski, Vienna Gosser, jill Gottlieb, Nancy Gottlieb, Susan Gowin, Gary Gragg, julie Graham, Lynne Gramza, Doug Grant, james Grant, Nadine Gratton, Pauline Grawey, Annette Gray, Theresa Reading is the source of knowledge. Qffm QR 'A x 7 . Hutson, Renea Ibey, Shannon Ifune, Eric lgarashi, Wendy Inouye, Arthur Irelan, jane lttner, Timothy jaeger, Ingrid james, Albert james, joseph jamieson, Stanley janclaes, Steve jew, Raymond johnson, Kandie johnston, Carol johnston, Rick jones, joi jones, Lance jones, Tracy jotblad, Barbara june,William junghanns, john jurado, Kathryn Kaneko, Diane Kaneshiro, Raymond Katayama, Danny Katisvalis, Louis Katsivalis, Chris Kawanami, Roger Kawata, Keith Kean, Christopher Kebler, jeffrey They're getting younger every year. Hensley, james Hernandez, L. Herz, Lee Heser, Roberta Hicks, Rebecca Higashi, Michael Higgins, Donna Higgins, Lori Hillman, Mary Hinds, Pamela Hirata, Bryan Hoehn, Rosemary Holmstedt, Danny Hoogland, William Hornstra, Michael Hubbard, Ronald Hughes, Mike Hulse, Mark Humbert, Richard Hurley, Brenda Husak, Maria 'HX Keller, Kris Keller, Lori Kelley, james Kellow, Stacy Kemplin, Craig Kennedy, Colleen Kern, Diane Kersey, Andrea Kail, Roger Kibota, Daryl Kiernan, Thomas Kightlinger, Karen Kim, Marlene Kimzey, Frances King, jim King, Mark Knephoff, loann Ko, Liz Kobayashi, Cathy Kobel, Chris Kojima, David Leach, jeff Leatham, jane Lee, Belinda Lee, Warren Lee, William Leip, Gail is A 1 Komada, Michael Konrad, Monica Kozak, Brenda Kreins, Margaret Kuwahara, john Kuwahara, Wanda Kuwata, Glenn Kuykendall, Karolyn Kuykendall, Nancy La Bouff, Mark La Rue, Dennis Lainson, Ursula Lamb, Sharon Lambert, Douglas Lamoy, Thomas Lancon, Kenneth Laneri, Eric Lang, Laura LaPlante, Bob Lascheck, Mary Le Moine, jimmy L R4 This tastes better than coke. Lesher, Cheryl Levy, Ira Lewandowski, lenny Lewis, Carolyn Li, Quincy Liberti, lohn Limoges, Dale Lo Cicero, Laura Locke, Tammy Lombardo, Vincent Looney, Michael Lopez, Arthur Love, Richard Luce, Cindi Lucian, Brenda Lund, Darcelle Lynch, Melody Lyons, Bob Maberry, Donald Macagno, Debbie Macleod, Tim Madsen, jeffrey Magles, Daryl Major, David Malm, lay Manning, Robert Martin, Douglas Martin, james Martin, Linda Martinez, Nelson Maruyama, Deborah Masuda, Miki Mata, Christopher Mata, Ernesto lr. Matson, David Matsunaga, lanet Matsushita, Cherri Mattson, Michelle May, Paul Mayes, Linda McAuley, Martin McClain, Ronnie McClelland, Lori McFarland, Linda McKenna, Mark McKinnis, Timothy McMillan, Marci McMurtie, Guy 238 Y Qt . 'Ns Sl rf? 4, X 'gg v- ri ' . l kitffi AM... .. . .Z L fb ,lkfigqrfxt s:.' 'I v I- 5:l'.:,11l,9!4 Type, Type, Type, Type, Type, Type. What a Headache! !!!!!!!! Medeiros, Craig Medstrom, Leonard Melton, Kirk Melvin, jeffrey Mendez, Lorraine Mendoza, Patty Mercier, Randall Merriam, james Meyer, Tammy Mezovari, Paul Michaels, Roy Midstokke, Michael Mikelson, Doreen Miller, Richard A. Miller, Richard S. Milligan, Susan Millon, Holly Minster, Shelly Moore, Rondal Moore, Thomas Www , Groovin' on a trip!!! f ,ff B2 " f vs? 52 ef. ff? L: Vx Moore, William Morioka, Craig Morris, Florence Morrissette, Toni Morrow, Robin Moss, Kathy Mothershead, Susan Mowery, Michelle Mullen, judy Murdock, William Murphy, john Nagamoto, Steve Nahmias, Louis Nakagawa, Gordon Nakama, David Nahmie, Monique Napolitano, Ricky Narimatsu, Diane Neal, Brenda Neal, Kevin Nelson, Tamara Netteland, David Newman, Elizabeth Newsom, Linda Nichols, Debra Nicholson, Garth Nielsen, Nancy Niioka, Eri Nikitas, john D. jr. Nishime, Sherry Nishitsuji, Amy Nomura, Wendy Northrup, Karen Nozaki, Ronald Nukida, Faith 239 Scoles, Shirley Scott, Debi Scott, Glenn Sebastian, Cindy Shaffer, Ruth Shelbourn, Dana Shelbourn, Dena Sherrill, Steve Shigaki, Darryl Shimazu, Carol Shinmoto, Steve Shinozaki, Kay Shiraga, Tom Shoesmith, lulie Shuss, Matt Siderits, Tami Slick, Darryl Smirl, Kimberly Smith, Deborah Smith, leff Stadtmiller, Stephani Stashak, Paula Stein, Rocky Stellman, Debbie Steward, Pamela Stewart, Terri Storey, Kathy Stork, Michael Stouffer, Peter Strege, Dwayne Stuler, Carol Sturrock, Brenda Sturrock, Gordon Sugimoto, Chip Sumerton, Robert Sumida, Sarie Sunshine, Brian Sunter, Cynthia Swancoat, Todd Sween, Sandy Sweeten, Leslie Szabo, Kenny Takeyama, Daniel Takushi, Brian Tamayo, Leslie Tarvin, lean .M .V kr . sg, if 5 z i A W 'G . . . Q if 4'1- 'Q sa 5 fur' l '- l t ,, il' - --1- 1 " i 1911 ti s , W K 1 f R - A gr What's so dirty in the sports page? 4 'id ,,, 1 fr fi Telfair, Teresa Templeton, Rhonda Terada, Amy Tersigni, lanice Teruya, Cindy Tew, David Thomas, Bart Thomas, Diane Thomas, Mark Thomas, Phillip Thompson, Leeanne Thurber, Lori Tombs, Mike Tomich, Laureen Tomita, Alan Toner, janet Toomey, Mark Torres, Nick Tryk, Nikki Tsujiuchi, Stephen Tsutsui, Ronna Tuffley, Cathy Turner, Michael Tzetzos, Katina Uchida, Loren Underwood, lim Ursell, jeff Valdez, Monica Valdez, Ross Valenzuela, Michael Van Artsdalen, Ed Van Tassell, Keith Vbarra, Jeff Vereeke, Mike Vess, Kelly Vickery, Ralph Vigil, Maria Vigne, Wendy Voelker, Diane Wakefield, Wanda Walden, lay Walden, Keith Walker, Larry Wallace, Greg Ward, Michael Warloe, David Warner, Tama Warren, Wendy Whatare we doing? Q ,,, si ..-312. . , .5 2,' ' ,H , ' :eifgf 2: ff 'f I , N, 2 'Zi , W , 1 - a ., . Mwfa iw-,'1L?2 1' '. an 1 ? 1 M2 f 1532 ,Q , , , 1 , Ja 2 ,Q , r , t 1 we ya, ,. 'ta ag T +. 4 ll i t 'ra X , M, exfrzii , N, ai Q ff Q 1 ra W -8 f? 2 S52 VX. .L Dfw, 1 we . ' 2, - f 5 1 aw, ,.1 , ,, at ,fb Ss? me 2. 5? 1 5 'M D me 2' 1, '4 .3 ' ,W g P ff 3 Q f , , it gg my 'gf 3 4 3 1-A 52, I yf eh? ,,-, f , -e + ,f :Ka 3 2: , f as 5 , A it . Y i j f fi WN e ' ,f ' iv :f bpzv 53 ' lf v 'f' av nm 5 'X mf, mmsfy 1 V t, t mm hffw. Q 4 ',!g,.,t?, V. wwf. . " '--- '- is 'Q , Q a 1 Q , A 1 in W Nw ,Ei if f ,,., ftfw. 5- 'iilfrf A ,, vM'jLf' 1. i Qfzswv., - Q .,i . Q , , ,if RN , ,Ay 41 ,,-, H21 fV"WG , . .. ,,,,,. ,rr , , , , 4 w ei' 2 4-Z' ,W 5 ti- Q3 ,.,,V2 wigs i -. 2' ,...,,,, i ,. , 'P,3:'.,,, v, f, -- wrist I' ii' 2? 'T ,E . ' 'fa 5 , Es a f A , 9? tm as Q wif if isa . , Sas 5 , s 5 3 l Y? , , . 5 l I e I xiii at st wg ' Webb, Philip Wegnes, Doug Wessels, jan Westbrook, David Weythman, Vincent Wheeler, Steve Widmark, Steve Widner, Wayne Wilburn, Danny Wilkerson, Riley Wilson, Eddie Wilson, Karen Wilson, Nancy Winter, Mark Winters, Christine Wixom, Carol Wlodarczyk, Linda Wong, Alvin H 2 f if , vi, . gs,-.......,.. We v .......N,,. V iv ., gf 5 Wong, Vicki Wood, Howard Woods, Carol Woren, Linda Workings, Phillip Worlitz, Renee Wright, Terri Wyatt, Dennis Yaca, Mary Yamaguchi, Makito Yamamoto, Reid Yamanoha, Carol Yamashiro, Ryan Yamauchi, Karen Yamauchi, Randall Yano, Carolyn Yap, Dancene Yates, Teresa Yee, Donies Yliz, Diana Yniguez, Mike Yocum, Robert Yoneda Craig Zickouich Greg 1, I X4 ! wwf' A - ,H , 'I WALTER'S Rexall Drug PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS COSMETICS -GREETINCI CARDS -GIFTS 17440 CRENSHAW AT ARTESIA PHONE TORRANCE CALIF 90504 323-3310 GENIR L PRACTICI C NTACT LKNBEI DR. DENNIS R. FELLNER OPTOMETRIBT I 525 S T H . TO ANCE C LF L VV OF' CE NC 0 FCE G44-0188 371-7525 it- Hi-gloss resin plaques if Plaqw, maunq ivmafrauxiafvls and suppnbs if cusnm plaquz 5cruIc,g,- bun, ,An HIM' dfrloma fr anqfmnq on papgr. lkoczyfupnamsnxznulocawnwns, The, Plaque .Shawn on 0,r+I'sI'an waq If-ISOO Hawthovnd Blvd. if 510 -Old 'lbwne Mau, 311- :naw THE SCORPIO SHOPPE BLACK LIGHTS POSTERS ARCHMENTS PATCHES CANDLES INCENSE B: OILS PIPES 6: PAPERS BUMPER STICKERS KEY CHAINS GIFTS OLD TOWNE MALL 19800 HAWTHORNE BLVD HOURS IO A M 9 P M TORRANCE C LIF 90503 MON 'r n SAT PHONE 42133 371 5144 SUN A M P M W, WWW , THE SEAL as-,, T I YO R ,V i ' f My My ,V M E-U-T-U-R-E -' ' MEI Mc, M W l LOOK FORWARD TO W W .Y ' U, - A HAPPY FAMILY f .- Y M g OF YOUR OWN WITH f U . P ff THE FAMOUS PARENTS M 5 MAGAZINE AS YOUR ' . GUIDE WW PARENTS 6? 515 SO. WESTERN .S LOS ANGELES DU2-4892 TODAY'S NAVY-FOR THE MAN OF TOMORROW! IF YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES, WE'VE GOT WHAT YOU WANT! Special challenges for special people! Can you qualify for the Navy's 'felite"? Only the finest men can qualify for the finest education in the world4-in nuclear power propulsion. Do you have the urge and ability to succeed? Then become one of the Navy's skilled nuclear power specialists. Or consider training for a'top job in advanced electronics. There's better pay right riow from the start. Unbeatable Benefits A chance to advance faster! plus S326 a month to sta,-tg With guaranteed Class "A" Schooling. Can you pass the Navy's test? Find out, belore you sign up. If you do, 't ld 70 You get food, clothing, housing and medical and dental care, so that S326 a month is like money in the bank. After just four months, you can be making 5363. Why not get the details on this, and on the Navy's lifetime retirement income plan? I cou open up over career opportunities. And guarantee you the kind of education that gives you a head start- in or out of the Navya wr' Q..r'f'. ' T K Qin The new Navy has an old Q ' li: tradition: Travel! 'fwjiif M' , 5- - , . 5 From Rome to Rio, Navymen see the if fs, , world. They go places you've just -- g A I dreamed about. Like HawaII The ' i' 4' -5 A Caribbean. South America The kj '. nl F - Mediterranean. Japan Become a ' -"' "A,-A . -G.. ! . man ofthe world In the new Navy. . W . - I And get 30 days of paId vacatIon . ' "fl y. A aveaf- Q' in I x' 4 ' if 5 i A,,f.fe,. l 247 rs! 1-f 'QI Big Steve PIZZA 4438 West 182nd Street TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA Phone 370 6326 Monday Closed Friday 84 Saturday 11 a m 1 a m Haren s Service TUNE UP OFFICIAL SMOG LIGHT at BRAKE SERVICE 323 6784 2201 W 1B2ND ST TORRANCE CA 90504 JIM HAREN DAVE HILL MIKE HAREN MA SOUTH BAY MOBILE ESTATES 99 SPACES B STAR RAIING ADULTS NO PETS RECREATION HALL POOL JOHN St AUDREY VVOOD 18801 HAWTHORNE BLVD PHONE 371 0417 TORRANCE CA 90504 I J r" C x' Q . N' gl J gt 4 ...M . is Q . ,S Tues., Wed., Thurs.-11 - 12 midnight , , F 1 MANAGER-OWNER MALCOLM A. VVINER D.D.S. M.S. PRACT CE LIMIT D T0 O THODONTICB SUIT: 202 It 61 S. C EN HAW BLVD. 671 7733 lNGi.EwooD CAL. FORN Plllll SSlllNlll PHIIIMIEY ,C SC j meats Milk Eggs 84 Delicatessen USDA Choice Meats 17 ' 4011 W.182nd sr. - fly. Torrance Calif. .I Phone: 371-8927 I E E . I R 8 , i IA 2055 Torrance Blvd. FA. 8-6861 Torrance, Calif. 90501 I I K' , , l I - .K 'V Front Row: D.Shrigley, l.Bedard, L.MaxwellL 2nd Row: H.Kaichi, D.Kim, R.Curtin, P.Saito, L.Danbara, 3rd Row: B.Nelson, E.Gagliardi, K.Murakami, T.Martin, C.Bego, L.Erbst, L.Erbst. Without 'Em We Couldn't Do It! The annual photographers shot and developed nearly all of A the pictures in the yearbook. In their sixth period photog- l raphy class, they learned developing and various techniques necessary for taking photographs with interesting perspective. Through their pictures, the theme of the annual was expressed more clearly. 13 l 5 l c rs-:Qi A Taking a 5 min. break after all this work. Remember this was the year even numbered license plates got gas Mark Lowerison hurries toward deadlinetHA HAl. on even numbered days? 'J A . .a:iiii6i2iLBiia29LSiulLSi.ei1am::,,,s .. WJVVV , Life passes so swiftly but we must look toward the future We hold the key to what we can do Only in ourselves can we open the lock Greg Smelser - I . That we forget what we've done. I I want to thank this year's Annual Staff for helping me to arrange the "Seasons of '74". We all worked very hard to make this annual one of the best. "Seasons of '74" was created to give the Student Body of North High School many ha py memories of the past ye Sincere Jolene The ICC Carnival proved profitable for all who participated. Aside from C C boosting the budgets of various clubs, the carnival was a memorable C ' I and fun occasion. It provided the a r n chance for cultures, food, and peo- ple to be intermingled. l The next Tim O'Neill. Will he make it? When Girls Meet Guys. The first and probably the last annual Amer- . C, ican Redheads Basketball Game was held in March of 1974. A sparse crowd came to view what had been deemed the battle of the sexes. At the start of the game, the coaches appeared somewhat embarrassed to be en- gaged in a contact sport with members of the opposite sex. The Redheads started the game with a light-hearted southern attitude. Their somewhat humorous antics disap- peared along with the coaches' embarrass- ment as the game approached the end. Per- haps the surprise of the evening came when the coaches pulled off a 89-88 victory. A game of twister??? Why don't you come over and see me sometime! Ed Bowen makes a gallant effort to score, Saxons Go All the Wa to the 1974 C.I.F. 4-A Saxon defense triumphs again. Left To Right: Brandt Humphrey, Tim O 'NeilI, jim Zambarelli, Tim O'Neill shows the form that made him C.I.F. Player-of-the-Year. ' I I I I Big A and More!!! Championship Team Coach lim O'Brien display Championship Trophy. Mark Toma becomes one of the few players to reach first base. For the third time in the last four years, the Saxons found themselves at Anaheim Stadium competin for the C.l.F. championship. But unlike previous years, they would not leave feeling either the joys of victory or the disappoint- ment of defeat. The Saxons began their quest for their second C.I.F. championship by defeating Arcadia, 4 to 2. In the second game the Saxons found themselves on the top again by the same score against La Habra. North then traveled to Long Beach to meet and defeat Millikan byl the sur- prising score of 7 to 0. With Anaheim in sight, t e Saxons strugg ed past a young Eisenhower team in the semi- fina s, winning in extra innings, 8 to 4. Coach O'Brien and his Saxons had earned the right to face number one rated Lakewood in the finals at Anaheim Stadium. North started the game with Tim O'Neill on the mound, whose reliable pitching had brought the Saxons through the playoffs. The number one and two ranked teams battled for eleven exciting innings before C.l.F. rules halted play just before midnight. On june 8, 1974, the coaches, players and the fans once again came to find the C.l.F. Baseball Champions at U.S.C.'s Deaux field, and this time with a much brighter outcome for the Saxons. In the first inning, Tim O'Neill hit Ed Bowen across the plate for the game's only run. When the final out was recorded, Tim O'Neill had pitched a total of 18 scoreless innings against a previously undefeated Lakewood team. Once again, Coach O'Brien and the Saxon team had brought the trophy of the C.l.F. Baseball Champions to North High. Darragh, Mike 107,181 Datten, julie 54 Davidson, Russell 96 Davidson, Wendy 54 Davis, Debra 54,152 Davis, Gayle 181 Davis, Roger 130 Davis, Stephen 181 Day, Colin 54 De Felice, Deborah 130,141 De Lemus, Nancy 147,181 De Losh, Linda 54,152 De Luca, Ted 1 30,150 De Palma, Susan 130 De Rosa Genevieve 54 De Rozario, Sandra 130 De Young, Dana 55 De Zeery, Geza 55 Delbel, Farrell 102 Delgado, Corrine 130 Demoine, Rose 181 Dempster, Susan 130 Den Ouden, Dennis 54 Den Ouden, Ruben 181 Dengate, Linda 181 Dennis, Roselyn 130 Denton, Melinda 54 Derderian, Cindy 181 Deshler, Roberta 54 Desmond, Mark 130 Detlefsen, Tom 170 Di Biasi, Kim 55 Di Martino, Angela 130 Diaz, Robert 181 Diaz, Susan 55 Dickson, Marie S5 Dingler, Catherine 181 Dinsrnore, Deborah 181 Dittmar, julia 130 Divinski, jane 55,121 Dodge, Russel 181 Doi, Eillen 130 Doklten, Dean na 130 Dominguez, lose 144 Dominguez, Patricia 130 Dosek, Terry 130 Douglas, Sharon 55 Downing, Donna 55 Dragotto, jo Ann 30,55 Drennon, Kenneth 181 Drew, Craig 188 Drew, Keith 55 Duarte, Mike 108,181 Duarte, Sylvia 130 Dube, Dorice 181 Dube, Howard 130,150,182 Dudley, Terry 55 Duffin, jackie 55 Duncan, William 130 Dunham, james 102 Dunifer, Danny 55,104 Dupont, james 130 Dupont, Renee 55,170 Duran, Arthur 56,108 Durian, Linda 182 Dusich, Mlchael130 E Earley, Connie 130 Earley, Karen 182 Earley, Kathleen 56 Echavarria, Arleth 40,42,1 21,126,130 Eckman, Dellnora 56 Eckroth, Bonnie 147 Edwards, Charles 56 Mrs. Ouida Edwards 200 Eguchi, loan 56,149 Eguren, Francene 130,1 54,155 Eguren, Patricia 154,155,182 Ehrertstein, Cheryl 10,1'l,21,22,56 Eisinger, Kurt 98,130 Eliason, Debbie 182 , , Eliason, Tamara 25,56 Elkin,julie170,182 ' Elkins, Mark 130 Mr. William Ellings 216 Elliott, Barbara 56,122 Elliott, Brenda 122,130 Elrod, Danny 96 Elrod, Kathy 130 Elrod, Kim 56 Elrod, Mark 130 Elrod, Marsha 182 Mr. james Elsten 218 Mrs. Irene Embrey 200 Encalada, Carlos 107 Enge, james 56,99 Engen, Vincent 234 Mrs. Eloise Enger 204 English, Mark 2.34 Enomoto, joe 182 Erbst, Lorianne 249 Erbst, Lynell 56,249 Erickson, Karen 130 Erickson, Kathleen 182 Esarey, Lauralee 182 Escribano, Bob 56 Escribano, Mary 130 Mr. Thomas Essex 152,211 Estrivo, Kathy 234 Eubanlts, john 130 Eudy, Eudy, Laurie 234 Teresa 130 Evans, Angela 182 Evans, Craig 95,182 Evans, Pam 234 Evans, Rhonda S6 Mr. A llan Everley 226 Eyestone, Lisa 234 Ezzolo, Christy 234 F Mrs. joan Fabreque 222 Facon, Steve 96,234 Fahey, Kathleen 146,182 Fahey, Russell 56 Faia, Deborah 234 Mr. Daniel Falcon 202 Faragallah, Basili 96,107,155,234 Faragallah, Lisa 234 Faragallah, Maria 182 Faris, Sharmayne 56 Farley, Glenn 101,103,182 Farley, Loretta 56 Farley, Michael 182 Farnsworth, Marci 182 Farr, Phillip 234 Farr, Richard 182 Farrell, Charles 182 Farrell, Cheryl 57 Farrey, Dawn 234 Fawley, Ruth 130 Fay, Leo 234 Feist, Bevan 234 Ferguson, julie 57 Fernandez, Cynthia 130 Fernandez, Sam 57,92,108,164 Ferreira, Ann 234 Feuer, Elizabeth 57 Filltin,Gail 181 Filltin, Randy 57 Miss Carolyn Filling 221 Finne,john130 . Finne, Richard 234 1 i,ff , r Fisher, Michael 21,92,126,130,15i4,gQIiil :E Fisk, joe 166 F ' "., f 1 Fitzgerald, Kathleen 182 i ' i Fitzgerald, Kevin 234 ' Fitzgerald, Maria 57 Fitzgerald, Ronald 234 Flanagan, Derek 234 Fleming, Cindy 57 Fleminbludy 57 Flores, Carolyn 234 Flores, Dolores 234 Flores, Gilbert 57,92,164 Floro, Cindy 182 Floyd, Rikki 57,154,155 Fly, Debra 182 Fogal, Victoria 182 Fogal, Wade 130 Fogel, Carol 57 Foltz, Roger 130 Font, David 182 Forehand, james 234 Forster, Steven 182 Forsyth, lanie 182 Fortner, Robert 182 Mrs. Fern Fortney 200 Foster, Barbara 154,234 Foster, Brenda 130 Foster, Peter 130 Fourmier, Mike 182 Fowler, Eric 234 Fowler, Edwin 132 Fowler, LoAnn 57 Francis, Sandy 23,57 Francis, Terri 57 Franco, john 131 Franczak, Anna 27,46,57,165 Franczak, Kathy 165,182 Frangione, Margaret 182 Franklin, Bonnie 131 Franklin, Brian 131 Franklin, Sandra 182 Franklin, Sherry 57 Fraser, Doris 131 Fraser, Margie 182 Frasquillo, David 234 Frasquillo, Gilbert 182 Frazier, Stephen 131 Fread, julie 39,165,182 Fredrick, George 131 Freeman, Cynthia 46,58 g - f Frilot, Dawn 131, Frisby, Barbara 58 Frohman, Lori 131,154 Fromme, julie 58 g Fruchter, Laura 230,234 Fruchter, Rod 131 Fujii, Gary 1az Fuiisaki, Stuart 234 Fujiwara, Sandra 146,182 Fukaya, Hiroshi 102.182 Fukuchi. David 234 Fukuda, jill 58 Fultunaga, Richard 131 Fukuto, Donna 22,131,146 Fukuto, Steven 234 Fuller, ludy 234 Fuller, Karen 58 Fuller, Linda 131 Fuller, Robert 117,131 Fullmer, Donna 131 Futterer, Gary 131 Futterer, Raymond 107 Futterer, Thomas 115,182 , G Gaal, Eileen 182 Gaede, Walter 131,153 Ciagliardi, Edward 131,249 N, Gagnon, Robert 131,153 Gailes, David 131 Gailes, Desiree 182 Gallardo, Robert 38,131 Galligan, Pat131 Mr. Anthony Gallo 218 Garcia, Debra 131 Garcia, Nadine 58 Garcia, Stacey 234 Garcia, Victor 58,166 Gardner, Doreen 131 Gard ner, Gregory 58 Garfield, Angela 131 Garland, Dana 55 Garland, Lorl 58 Garland, Mathew131,148 Carman, judy,58,174 Garnett, David 58 - ' Garnett, Dennis 107,131,148,153,170 Garnett, jay 166,234 Garoiano, Raymond 234 Garofano, Sue 58 Garrett, Patricia 58 Garrido, Albert 131 Garrido, Tony 234 Garrison, Maria 131,155 Garza, Cindy 182 Garza, Rita 234 Garza, Robert 59,97 Gaugh, Charles 154,182 Gearhart, Nancy 182 Geary, Monica 59 Gebhart, Karen 234 Gebhart, Mary 59 Gee, Robert 92,131,164 Gee, Kim 234 Geier, Kathleen 131 Crelrman, Chris 182 Geletko, Charles 182 Genova, Christine 234 Genova, Rosemarie 131 Gentles, Bruce 131 Gerardo, Ralph 96 Gereaux, Dale 59 Gereaux, Gregg 107,183 Germain, john 234 i-Getten, james 234 Ghione, joseph 131 Gibson, David 153,183 Gibson, Sandra 183 Gilbert, Buddy 154,183 Gilbert, William 131 Gildy, Pamela 59 Gillespie, Daylen 59,92,164 Gillespie, Paula 183 Gilliam, Sally 21,22,59 Gillotti, Frank 234 Gilstrap, Bridgette 230,234 Gilsrrap, Christina 22,59 Ms. Grace Gindlesperger 205 Giro, Dianna 183 Giro, Wayne 234 Giuliano, Marlena 131 Gizzi, Larry 59,92,103,164 Glavis, Anthony 131 Glendennlng, lohn 132 , , Glendennlng, Kathleen 234, Mrs. Kathy Goble 226 ' oodbee, Charles 95,102,115,183 ,-,,,,-if, . Goddard, Bill 21,40,46,59,92,103,148,164 S ' Goddard, left 92,126,132,164 A Goddard, Matthew 183 Gomez, Betty 59 Gomez, Heidi 121 Gomez, john 234 Gomez, Rosa 183 Gomez, Valerie 1 32 Gondo, Barbara 234 Gondo, Stewart 157,183 Gonzales, Alired 59 Gonzales, Dean 235 Gonzales, Dolores 59,132,154 Gonzales, julie 235 Gonzales, Luis 183 Gonzales, Mark 96,153,235 K C Gonzalez, jan 60 Gonzales, Michael 59 K Gonzales, Mike 96,235 Gonzales, Mona 132 Gonzales, Rose 60 Gonzalez, lessie 235 Gonzalez, Sylvia 235 Goodman, Brian 132 Goodman, Mitchell 235 Goodrich, Michael 235 Goodson, john 132 Goodson, Patricia 60,147,154,155 Goodwin, Erin 132 Goodwin, jacquelyn 183 Gorakubo, Stephanie 132 Gordon, Kathleen 60 Gordon, LeeAnn 183 Mr. joe Gorgogione 205 Gorslti, Vienna 235 Gosser, jill 235 Gosser, Tim 132 Gotheridge, Rex 60,92,164 Gottlieb, Nancy 235 Gottlieb, Susan 235 Goudy, Cynthia 60 Goudy, Mary 60,121,122 Goudy, Randal 153,183 Gowin, Gary 235 Coycoolea, Rosemary 183 Graf, Ruth 60 Gragg, julie 235 Graham, Keith 60 Graham, Lynne 122,235 Graham, Martha 132 Mrs. Paula Grahamer 214 Gramza, Douglas 166,235 Grand, Minette 183 Granlund, Karen 61 Granlund, Vicki 132 Granofl, Thomas 183 Grant, jim 235 Grant, jim 235 Grant, john 132 Grant, Nadine 235 Grater, Kendel 132 QTBUQU, loanne 132 Gratton, Pauline 235 Miss Nancy Gravelot 202 Graves, james 92,132,164 Gravett, Debra 183 Graiwey, Annette 235 Grawey, Raymond 132 Gray, Gail 183 Y Gtmwavis 132 , 1 Gray,VTheresa 235 Mr. Clifford Graybehl 203 Green. Gloria 132 Green, Perry 132 Green, Susan 155 1 Creenacre, David 183 Greenwald, Roberta 132 Greenwood, Daniel 235 Greenwood, Kimberly 132 Greetan, Pamela 132 Gregor, Gayle 23,122,183 Gregor, Genene 42,122,235 Gregory, Lori 132 Greternan, john 113,132,164 Greteman, Larry 96 Greytak, Virginia 132 , Griffin, Charlene 61,154,155 Mr. Robert Griffin 218 Grigg, Arthur 132 .-Griggs, Wayne 235 Grocholl, Kathy 132 Gronlte, Marie 61 lfhttr, Barry Gross 102,103,225 Gifudenlc, loanne 183 Cvrtidenlc, Raymond 61 Guerra, Tony 97 Guerrera, Donald 183 Guest, Georgianna 61 Guest, William 235 Mr. Norman Guest 216 Guggenheimer, Rhonda 235 Guillen, Del 235 Guillen, Nancy 132 Gulli, Ronald 61 Gurski, Rose 60 Gtarski, Theresa 235 Goss, Cheryl 132 Gutierrez, Margarita 183 ,. ,, Danny 61 fhlaars, Mikel 102,103,183 , I 2 ' william time ms T.lTlQl2l0i7m3!'t, Gregory 183 . ,fp 'vljlarllizyrpavid 61,108 2 F li:fHaga,,'Bonnie183 5 Higag'Mary 122,235' ,. ltiaga, Sharlene 61 , ' , Hagedorn, Kirsten 235 Hagedorn, Reinhardt 153,170,183 Hagrnaier, Edgar 61,166 Halgh, Mary lo 62 Haigh, Steve 235 Mrs. Doris Hakanson 200 Hale, Dawn 62 Hale, Dave 183 Hall, Denise 62 Hall, Gregory 96,235 Hall, laime 235 Hall, janet 235 1-taller, Sandra 235 Hamilton, Marilyn 183 Hamlin, Gene 62 Hand, Kennan 62 Hand, Margo 132 ,Haney,.Marisa 183 , nsgiifig, rash: as Hannitin, Barbara 132 , 'l'1arinllin,i1'erri,23S K .Ha nsberger, Billie 132 Hansen' Kristy 183 1 l..'Hanson18lliy zas Hanson, john 183 Hanson, luiie 235 Hanson, Lynnette 183 Hanson, Rick 235 Hanzawa, Sandy 235 Hara. Bruce 38,92.132,164 Hara, Don 115 Harada, Debbie 22,132,146 Harada, Nancy 22,132,146 Haraguchi, Masami 132 Harants, Shelley 235 Mrs, Betty Hardesty 203 Harker, Renee 146 Harman, Mark 62 Harmon, Tina 183 Harrington, -Robin 235 Harrington, Valerie 132 Harris, Danny 106,132,164 Harris, Gary 132 Harris, Ginger 235 , Harris. 'Linda 165,183 Harris, Michael 163 Mrs. Gailfl'-lart 220 Hart, Richard 235 Hanson, Marti 62 Harvey, Stephen 96,235 Hasbrouck, Laurie 121,132,166 Hashimoto, Calvin 132 Hashimoto, Donald 133,170 . X Iii? 'l l i 1 4 Haslam, David 154,235 Haslam, joan 62,147,154,155 Haslam, Steven 133,153,154,155 Hasson, jack 63 Hasson, Robert 235 Hatfield, Roy 133 Havill, Steven 235 Hayashi, Harriet 183 Hayashi, julie 133 Hayashi, Karen 133,146 Hays, Caron 122,133,166 Mrs. Beverly Hazher 224 Headley, Gayle 63 Headley, Leigh 63 Heath, Bradley 63 Heath, Sheena 133 Hedstrorn, Larry 63 Hefington, Cindy 146,183 Hefington, Rodney 183 Hefington, Scott 235 Hefington, Steven 133 Hefner, David 133 Heinlein, Amy 183 Heinlein, Rita 39,133 Henderson, Michael 183 Henderson, Steve 133 Hendon, Deana 63 Hendricks, Paula 183 Henkhaus, Lennard 235 Henry, Adriene 153,235 Hensley, james 236 Hernandez, David 183 Hernandez, Frank 183 Hernandez, Lorraine 236 Herold, Lino 183 Herrera, Dorothy 63 Herrst, Scott 133 Hertz, Susan 184 Herz, Lee 236 Herz, Mike 184 Herz, Robin 122,133 Heser, Donald 133 Heser, Roberta 236 Mrs. Linda Hewitt 226 Heyning, Eric 184 Heynlng, john 63,133 Hibbard, Karen 166,184 Hibbard, Kim 133,166 Hicks, Rebecca 236 Hicks, Rick 184 Higashi, Karen 133 Higashi, Kevin 170,184 Higashi, Michael 236 Higgins, Donna 236 Higgins, Lori 236 Higley, Eileen 148,184 Higley, Patricia Hilburn, Gloria"133,146 Hillier, Monica Mr. Walter HiljEr4Z18 Hillman, Mary 122,154,236 Hillman, Rubert133 , Hillman, Thomas 149,184 Mr. Ronald Hindef51i220 Hinds Pameia Hirata, "'f Y Hirata, Danny64 ,"f 5 Hirata, Kathy 184 1'1- Hobson, Kathy 6431: A 1 Hodgson, Glen 133' Hoehn, Katharina-54 Hoehn, Nicolaus 133 5-Hoehn, Hoff, Kevin 133 I .. Hoff, Terri ea f Hokama, Wayne 144,184 Holland, Dale 184 K HoIland,janine133 f Holliman, David64 K Holloway, Sandra '184 f Mrs. Elaine Holmquist 222 Hhlolmstedt, Danny 96,236 7 9 ",' Holsinger, Frank 101,133,164 Honda, Stanley 133 Mrs. Lynn Hood 211 Hoogland, Cora 64 ' Hoagland, William'236 Hookom, Denise-'64 Hooley, Debra 184' " 5 Horde, Ada 184 j 2 2 Hori, Eugene'64 1 'ii'W' L, Horn, Lawrence 15-3,184 i Harney, Ross 133 n Hornstra, Michael 236 Hornstra, Richard64 Horst, Deborah 64 Horst, Richard 13,3 k'La A . Horstman, Annett2L64T- .- A ,Horsrmm iefffeyissgfiiizgiaaf ,er. Hosta, Theresa 133,166 i Householder, Terrence -133 Mr. Robert Howard 226 Howell, Brenda 133 A Howell, David 133 Hubbard, Denise 63 Hubbard, Ronajd'gZ36Vf K , I Hubbard. Tanarrifjiii "1 - 'K Hubenet,,Lynda'6fQi1j3 if" 5 Hubenet, Susan'j35i'fi' Huber, Qbra 1335 , A Huber, Lisa 184 Huddleston, jan 133,146 Hudnall, Regina'184' Hudock, Scott 1311, Hudson, Kenneth-184.. Hudson, Thomas,64,f Huerta, Linda 64 in Huerta, Victoria 184 Hueth, llllie 28,65 Huggard, Raymond 133 Hughes, Angela 65 Hughes, David 97 1-iehtfiien. Hughes, Mark 117,149 Hughes, Mike 236 Hughes, Rhonda 184 Hulse, Mark 236 Humbert, Richard 236 Humphry, Brandt 11,65,113 Hunton, Pamela 65 Hunton, Sharon 184 Hurley, Brenda 236 Husak, Maria 236 Hutchins, KathIeen64 Hutchins, Kenneth 106,133 Hutson, Carol 236 Hymer, Raymond 133 lbey, Shannon 236 ide, Mike 103 lfune, Eric 236 lgarashi, Wendy 122,236 Iinuma, Brian 117,133,157 lkeda,Gwenn 133,146 Imura, Nani 65,149 Inase, Tina 184 Inatomi, Cindy 184 lnnes, Robin 166 lnouye, Arthur 236 lnouye, Diana 133 lrelan, lane 122,236 Irwin, Debbie 133 lrwin, Tina 184 Ishii, Lee Ann 184 Isoda, Valerie 134,146,149,170 Ittner, Tomothy102,236 Iwasaka, Edward 134,146,1409 laakola, Lance 184 jabut, Donald 134 jackson, jeffrey 65,134 jackson, Laurie 154,184 jackson, Lucy 184 jackson, Michael 92,101,134,164 jackson, Norma 21,65 jackson, Patricia 65 lacobs, Beth 123 lacobson, Lee 184 lacobson, Tod 11,65,104 jaeger, lngrid 236 james, Albert 236 jafries, joseph 26 Jjiiniieson, Karen 65 gjatmieson, Stanley 236 jamison, Erin 21,134 jarnelaes, Denise 46,55 ajapcjaesf Richard 103,134 jaaiclaesjteve 236 147,184 , 104,216 i , 134, ,,i,: -eff ' ' fiijeffers, Stevan 184- 3.1 , jeffrey,Ajan 98,1341 V , Mr. Richard jemisort 20515 jenkins, Cindy 134 'L'V ' .Tris ' jenkins, Kim 65 ' - if jensqn, Kathy 194 ,fj- letiriin, 6211131-infI34' 5 lenibn, Vgigiiie184 jettjkayotiond 134,153 jewqfjlayrttond 236 jewikichard 102,103,150,184 loactxiivqi, Kathy'65 loacttitijginda 65 , K , Andi' 154 ' '..' Chriiiine iC5ndY 1 l jotiiiigq, Debbie 131'-i ffil johnson, Doris 149,154,186 2 johnson, judy 184 2 i johnson, Kandle 166,236 johnson, Michael 1343 . , " Carol 236 , ,ienfiw , Rlfl'a735f1 . ,M .':-. Thomas 134 'toners-Aiexis 66,165 if ii jones, Cindy 184 jones, Debbie 66 jones, Gregory 134 jones, jeff K. 184 , jones,-jeffrey E.-95,184 joneiljoi 236 ,J ' jones3judy18-11. ' jones, Lance 236 ' Dr. Lloyd jones 196 jones, Lorri184 jones, Patricia 134,147 Mr. Robert jones 221 jonesjjracy 96,236 ffjptdgyagllice 185 g 335 1 L iii ' jotlifadiiarbara 236 in juareiiQ1Deborah as judd, Corrine 66 judd, Regina 134 judd, Reginald 184 june, William 236 -junghanns, john 236 l1,tr6Qti,.Kathryn 236 ' Kaestner, Mary 134 , Kaestner, Raymond 66,149 Kaichi, Herbert 104,134,153,164,170,Z49 Kaichi, Ronald 66,104 Kail, Roger 237 Kalash, Cheryl 22,66 Mr. Donald Kalmar 97,227 Kamei, Bruce 185 Kamei, joan 66,149 Karnemoto, Kevin 66,92,104,146,164 Kamins, Richard 66 2 Kaneko, Diane 236 Kaneshiro, Mike 66,117,146 Kaneshiro, Raymond 236 Kapp, Gary 134 Karolak, Carol 134 Karp, Deborah 66,154 Karp, Dianna 66,147 Karp, Mimi 185 Karr, jeffrey 134 Mr. Donald Kasten 96,227 Katata, Paul 66 Katata, William 134 Katayama, Danny 236 Katisvalis, Louis 236 Katsivalis, Chris 236 Kawagoye, jim 185 Kawanami, Roger 96,236 Kawata, Keith 236 Kaylor, Susan 67 Kean, Christopher 236 Kebler, jeffrey 96,236 Kebler, Patricia 67 Keefe, julia 134 Keith, Steven 185 Keller, Christopher 67 Keller, Kenneth 134 Keller, Kris 237 Keller, Lori 237 Keller, Mr. Stanley 218 Kelley, james 237 Kellow, Stacy 237 Kelly, Mr. Max 211 Kelly, Michael 185 Kemplin, Craig 96,237 Kemplin, Mr. Stewart 224 Kennedy, Colleen 237 Kennedy, Steve 67 Kennish, Cynthia 67,174 Kennish, Robin 134 Kern, Diane 237 Kern, Lorena 67 Kersey, Andrea 237 Kessel, Timothy 185 Kibota, Daryl 237 ' . Ms. Gertrude Kidner 205 - Kiernan, Thomas 237 Q Kightlinger, jgaren 237 Kikumoto, Daniel185 ' Kille, joyce Kim, CynthiaQ134 Kim, Daryl 135,249 Kim, Dean 156,134 icirn, Dianei185 Kim, Grace 126,134 Kirn,'MGflene 144,237 ' torn, Phyllis 67,146,152 Kimzey, Frances 237 King, Cherri1B5 King, jim 237 King, Mark 237 , Kirby, Nancy 10,11,22,67 Kirk, Bruce 67 Kirk, joy 134 . f Kishiyama,',Brja,n'185 icisniyarna,Gregs7,1o3,146,17o Kitagawa, lo Min 67 Kitahata, Steve 134 Kiyan, joy 146 Kleekamp. George 134 Klein, Michael 134 Klett, Kevin,185 . Klett, Lisa-67 - , Klopp, Kevirii134, Kiopp, Kraig 67' Knephoff, joann 237 Knodel, Anthony 67,152 Knodel, Stefanie 185 Mrs. Patricia Knutson 201 KO, Liz 237 Kobayashi, Cathy 237 Kobayashi, Karen 68,149 Kaboayashi, Norman 68 Kobayashi, Tommy 134,153,157,170 , Kobel, Chris 237 Kobel, Michael 68 Mr. Thomas Koehring 208 Kohler, Dale 185 Komima, David 237 Kojima, Donald 134,153,157,170 Kokkeler, Karen 178,185 Kokubun,janice185 Kolb, Margaret 68 Komada, Kim 134 Komada, Mark 68,99 Komada, Michael 102,237 Konrad, Eric 134 Konrad, Karl 68 Konrad, Monica 237 Mrs, loan Korman 146,208 Kosaka, David 68 Kosaka, joanne 185 Kosuda, Victor 135 Kotow, Carrie 68 Kowatsch, Christine 185 Koyanagi, Gwen 135 Kozak, Brenda 237 Kramer, james 135 Kramer, Kathryn 68 Krans, Cindy 185 Kraus, jeff 96 Kraus, Kim 68 Kravitz, Michael 153 Dwayne 107,157,170,18 Kreins, Margaret 237 Mr. james Krembas 199 Kringen, Stacy 68 Kronberger, james 68 Krone, Ted 185 Krusey, Charles 135 Kruth,'Gerild 135 . icrr.irh,- 11-iqrnas 135 H .,. Qxriiiiminagrtzs loan 135 1 :zaiwaata,'Neii1as 1 ' V' Kuhnf Laurence 95,115,185 Martha Kumai 205, ion 149,152,185 I Dawn ' - , . Kurtz Candy mr r,,,1Kuwahara, john 96.237 Kuwahara, Marlti135 Wi ir fr rt Q . ,iii'rQiii2"'i' x , gg ..,,. L , .gif 'f 1, 1, if ,gg , .fri ?e3ELf1w'5QJ,'f1i,? "di ,ci Kuwahara,Wanda237 -A V,.gf,,6ggF5,x , Kuwata, Glenn 237 I . Kuykendaii. Kaelyn 211 f 2 ,1xuykenaaii,,Kim 181' y ' ,,V, fK"Y"?"'f""' Nm' mi za -A 'K ff "Mi -,,ii.giii-., ,, R, Es, , . 1 , . W fi 'iwga fs' A f ' 5 U .".' ' Lil' .,,i ' Stasoiirf, Mart as ' Rebecca QLaiRue, Dennis ','i-i ,-:' it tab0uff,Margarer13355-, Mrs- loanne Lacertosa 224 Lackey, Gregory 135 Lainson, Robert 135 , Lainson, Ursula 237 -. T , Lamb, Karen 185 ,k,L , Lamb, Sharon 237 Lam b, Timothy 107,i18S'5'-'L Lambert, Deborah"13Ei" Lambert, Douglas,Z37 Lamoy, Thomas ZH Langon, Kenneth 597,237 Mrs. Marguerite Lanryord 214 Landis, Cindy 135 A 4 Landry, Donna 12253-Q. Landsberg, Perri269 Lane, Audrey 135 Laneri, Eric 237 Laneri, Richatdf9 Lang, Laura 2377f Mr, Dale Langley 212 Langley, 69 Lanham,VDQaQiijtl 69 Lannon, ffi135 I La Plantigigjg A b 2.37 Larsoltifbavid 69 185 I H ' jim135 Mary 237 gf, Latendresse, jon Latimer, Dave 185 Latina, 1amij.17a,1agigggg3Q?'fill' fij1Lauer, Vic!dYka,185iEfg33z :ilggutfer,LorFi135 Betty Lawrencgwi Laigrenlce, liam Le Ffartgois, 5 Le i Leafhmiflr Leatham, janef237 Leatham, Lysle'135' Leathamjgan ' LeCl"f'e'f5l13!0fii2Qs. Led better, f 11 . 1 528 ,,, 1 1 if if t , L M agar ,, rg 3 . 5 - 1-41' 'rr , A as +5 4 are tt 1 85518 Lee, Belintfikfij i? L, 4 .. ,.,,.. ' ,- Lee, Q 1, ,S Lee, Paul 135 2 11 i,ig ,L ? 5r Lee,Warren 23732, zffjig ,J TW 1 Lee,William 95,107,137 n j ,,ii' 1 agV,', Lesdvmf Donna 154jim5i.?i'i 1 Lee'rN5"Cy135. L - 5 ,. "'s if iifff f.: 121 ' 'f,f Lf:W39!Fv.RGdbY0,zE3?ngai. .1 .I -,,' le miiiri,,tifri tenniann,itafiainea9aa? teen, can 154,237 1 t Leip, Robin 39,135 , :gif if Lern,janis39,135,'lS1,1S2 at sttte .?U'bl'ff0H'e 59 Q -, Rick ws. eti ,,,... 2 Vicki US 5 5-Vjiiirs, Betty Lemke 226 'l'i 7 J., ' Lenandei-,Debra135 Q3 '-.,, efiifgggy ",- a- , Leong,Lori186 ' 3 c ' Lerner, jeffrey 69 X r Lerner, Sharon 186 ' f . fL9!Sland,Alyce186 -lf . Qtgjiggigitaci, joel 70,157 5 iiii'2 iiiiliiijier,-Cheryl 238 it E fliirsrer, Diane ro Leiiemhal, Barbara 70 ' Levine, Laurie 135 Mr. Edward Levy 218 Levy, lra 238 i-Leyy, Sandra 70 K, t .f-gt:giv'andowski, jenny 238 fiyebyandowski, Pauline-135 1 - -'Lewis' Carolyn 2351 I Lewis, Dale 70,108 ' V' Ley, Patricia 135 ' A Liberi, john 238 Mr. Leonard Lifton 198, L Wayne 70,92,146.S 1 ' "" 1,jiipi'i2- e x 253 . s K , 'VX Limoges, Dale 238 Limoges, David 186 Liston, Gail 154,186 Littlejohn, Lori 40,42,70,174 Mrs. Marilyn Livingston 201 Li, Quincy 238 ' Lo Cicero, Laura 238 Lo Cicero, Stephen 135 Locke, Tammy 238 Mr. Marlin Lockrem 216 Loeher, Lawrence 70 Lombardo, Vincent 238 Long, Christopher 186 Long, Laura 135 Long, Matthew 186 Long, Monica 70 Longacre, Ronald 186 Loo, Richard 135 Looney, Michael 170,238 Looney, Timothy 135 Lopez, Arthur 238 Lopez, David j. 135 Lozez, David P. 70 Lopez, Hilda 135 Lopez, Lisa 135 Lopez, Ralph 105,135 Love, Richard 238 Lovesay, Tim 135 Lowe, Rebecca 70 Lowerison, Mark 104,164,238 Lozer, Dawn 135 Lozer, Risa 70 Lubben, David 113,135 Luce, Cindi 238 Lucian, Brenda 238 Lucian, Christina 186 Luedke, Terry 136 Luehmann, Alan 136 Luehrnann, Greg 186 Luger, Charles 70 Luger,lulie136 Lukesh, Karen 186 Lukesh, Loraine 136 Lum, Holly 136 Lumley, Robert 136 Lund, Darcelle 238 Luthe, Susan 186 Lutz, Cheryl 70 Lynch, Barbara 136 Lunch, Christopher 98,136 Lynch, Linda 136 Lynch, Marie 70 Lynch, Martin 136 Lynch, Melody 238 Lynch, Pattie 186 Lynch, Robin 71 Lynes, Blanche 186 Lyons, Bob 238 M Maberry, Donald 170,238 Maberry, james 186 Mr. Douglas MacArthur 212 Maclean, Deborah 186 Macagno, Debbie 238 Macleod, Tim 238 Mrs. Barbara MacManus 209 Macy, Carin 136,147 Madsen, leffrey 238 Madsen, Paul 136 Magles, Daryl 96,238 Ma les Gre ory96,115,136,164 8 - 8 Maglietto, Vicki 136 Mahkorn, Rhonda 71,122,174 Main, Robert 136,151 Major, David 238 Maki, Kelly 97,136 Maki, Valerie 71,146 Maldonado, Gary 106,136 Malm, lay 96,238 Malm, Michael 186 Mr. Dean Malmo 212 Malugeon, Diane 136 Mangiagli, Gina 136,147 Manikis, Tony 186 Manjarrez, Patricia 154 Mann, Pamela 71 Manning, Robert 238 Mrs. Melvina Marble 199 Marholz, Kim 150,186 Mark, Michael 170,186 Markham, Chela 136 Markham, Cheryl 136 Marks, Thomas 71 Marley, Sue 71 Marr, Edmond 92,136,164 Marr, Edward 71,92,164 Marrs, jimmy 71 Marsh, janet 136 Marsh, loel 71 Marsh, Pamela 186 Marshall, Anne 186 Martin, Charles 186 Martin, Denise 136 Martin, Douglas 236 Martin, james 96,238 Martin, Linda 238 Martin, Pamela 71 Martin, Thomas 136,249 Martin, Vivian 136 Martindale, Deanna 71 Martinez, Bernie 136 Martinez, joe 186 Martinez, Nelson 166,238 Martorell, Alina 186 Maruyarria, Deborah 238 Mason, Kenneth 71,107 Massie, Raymond 186 Masuda. Mary 42 Masuda, Miki 238 Masuguchi,loanne186 Masunaka, Charles 71 Masunaka, lrene 146,186 Mata, Christopher 235 Mata, Ernesto 238 Mata, Hortencia 136,154,155 Matoba, Ronald 71,117 Matoba, Wayne 186 Matson, David 102,238 Matson, Lori 138 Matsumoto, Teri 214 Matsu nigili Brenda 136 Matsunaga,.1anet 238 Matsunaga, Julie 71 Matsunaka, lrene 23 Matsuoka, Cary 98 Matsushita, Cherri 238 Matsushita, Joy 186 Miss Elizabeth Mattey 212 Mattia, john 72 Mattson, Michelle 238 Matza, Alan 72, 150 Maupin. loann 136 Maxwell, Leonard 249 May, Bryan 186 May, Harry 72,107 May, Kent 186 May, Paul 238 Mayeda, Daniel 138 Mayeda, Grace 10,11,72,146 Mayeda, Nanette 146,186 Mayes, Linda 238 Mr. Geraldiflvlays 203 Mazzarella,'Kim 186 McAuley, Martin 102,238 McAuley, Thomas 186 McCaffrey, Marianne 136 Mriall, Karen 186 McClain, Ronnie 238 McClelland, Lori 122,238 McCloskey, Kathleen 136 McCloskey, Larry 73,150 McCormick,-Brian 73 Mcbonaldfg Catherine 186 McEwen, -lohn 92,1 0-1,115,164,186 Mcliarland, Linda 238 McGraw, Kelvin 74 Mclntyre, Mark 186 McKenna, Mark 238 McKenzie, Colleen 136 McKeon, Monte 74,164 McKinley, Tamara 154 McKinnis, Timothy 238 McMillan, Marci 170,186,238 McMurtie, Guy 238 McMurtie, Lucie 74 Means, Don 72,92,164 Means, Tina 89,136 Medeiros, Craig 239 Medstrom, Leonard 239 Meehan, Ioellen 147,186 Mehaffey, Rebecca 72,154,155 Melgares, Karen 186 Melgares, Steve 136 Melillo, Celia 136 Melton, Kirk 239 Melvin, leffrey 166,239 Melvin, Rhonda 72 Mendes, Garrick 136 Mendes, Mary 186 Mendez, Celeste 72 Mendez, Lorraine 239 Mendoza, Albert 186 Mendoza, Mike 186 Mendoza, Patty 239 Mercado, Ofelia 186 Marced, Frank 186 Mercer, Scott 136 Mercereau, Edgar 72,99 Mercier, Brad 95,187 Mercier, Karen 187 Mercier, Randall 239 Merendo, Gail 136 Merkelbach, Wilma 187 Merriam, james 239 Mester, Russell 136 Metcalf, Glen 72 Metzler, james 98,137 Meyer, Tammy 239 Meyer, Terri 187 Meyer, Wenda 72 Meyers, Rick 144 Meyers, Tom 187 Mezovari, Paul 239 Michaels, Roy 239 Midstokke, Michael 154,239 Midstokke, Michelle 72 Mikami, Robert 72 Mikelson, Doreen 239 Miller, Bruce 102,187 Miller, Denise 187 Miller, jeffrey 137 Mrs. june Miller 204 Miller, Mary 187 Miller, Patricia 137 Miller, Richard A. 96,102,239 Miller, Richard S. 96,102,239 Miller, Wendy 121,123,137 Milligan, jeri 72,174 Milligan, Susan 239 Millinder, james 95,107,187 Millinder, Kim 187 Millon, Holly 239 Millward,.Cindy 72 Miner, Diane 137 Minster, Lynn 72 Minster, Shelly 239 Minzlafl, Gregg 187 Misawa, Lauren 187 Mitchell, Cheryl 73 Mitchell, Guy 137,148 Mitchell, lana 137 Mitchell, Marianne 137 Mitchell, Nancy 121,123,187 Mitchell, Ronald 137 Mr. William Mitchell 217 Moberg, Steven 73,117 Mock, Lezlie187 Molina, Anita 22,73,174 Molina, Gloria 187 Molvin, George 187 Monahan, Sheila 73 Montgomery, Ford 73 Miss Mary Montgomery 204 Montgomery, Thomas 108 Montoya, Patricia 187 Mooney, Robert 73,117 Moore, Adrienne 154,187 Moore, Becky 73 Moore, Richard 137 Moore, Rondal 239 Moore, Thomas 239 Moore, William 239 Mora, Susan 73 Moran, Patrick 73 Moray, Robert 154,155,187 Moreau, Donald 187 Morgan, Debra 73 Mori, james 73 Morimoto, Nancy 73,146 Morimoto, Roy 38,92,104,137 Morioka, Craig 170,239 Morioka, Fred 137 Morris, Florence 239 Morris,,Stephanie 137 Morrison, lan 73 Morrissette, Cindi 137 Morrissette, Toni 239 Morrow, Robin 239 Moss, Kathy D9 Moss, Virginia 137 Mothershead, Susan 239 Motley, Melody 147,187 Mrs. Katherine Mottrarri 209 Mousseau, Victoria 187 Moute, Cynthia 73 Moute, Laura 187 Mowery, Michelle 239 Mozeleski, Theodore 92,106 Mukaihata, Gail 137,152 Mullen, ludy 7.39 Mulvihill, jean 167 Mulvihill, Patricia 137 Munday, Sheree 137 Murakami, Cindy 187 Murakami, Kenneth 89,249 Murakami, May 137 Murakoshi, Torn 137,170 Murdock, William 96,239 Murphy, john 239 Mr. Lehr Mushrush 209 Musser, Brent 95,187 Myers, Richard 107,187 Mr. john Myrick 203 Myzel, Pam 187 Myzel, Tomas 137 N Nagamatsu, Linda 187 Nagamoto, Steve 144,151,239 Nahmias, Louis 239 Nakagawa, Glen 74,9Z,99,113 Nadagawa, Gordon 96,102,239 Nakama, David 239 Nakasako, Catherine 74 Nakasako, Elaine 187 Nakasako, Linda 187 Nakashima, janis 137,146,149,152,157 Nakasone, julie 74,146 Nambu, Carolyn 137,149 Napolim, Wayne 74 Napolitano, Gary 187 Napoitano, Ricky 239 Narimatsu, Daryl 187 Narimatsu, Diane 239 Narusawa,l0el137 Narusawa, Leo 74 Mrs. Virginia Nauman 201 Miss Ida Nazon 209 Neal, Brenda 239 Neal, Kevin 239 Newson, Barry 137,249 Nelson, Deborah 187 Nelson, lanine 74 Nelson, jodi 137 Nelson, Kathryn 74 Nelson. Lance 187 Nelson, Lori 187 Nelson, Robin 137 Nelson, Tamara 239 Mr. lvan Nesbit 205 Nesbitt, Carla 74,122 Netteland, David 151,239 Newbauer, Andrew 187 Newbauer, Barbara 74 Newbauer, Loretta 137 Neville, johnny 187 Newman, Elizabeth 154,239 Newsom, Linda 239 Nicassio, Paul 187 Nichols, Bobby 187 Nichols, Debra 144,239 Nich0lsin,Garth 225 Mr. john Nicks 217 Nielsen, Gary 187 Nielsen, Nancy 239 Neilen, Shari 187 Niioka, Eri 239 Nikitas, john 239 Nikkels, Diana 137,144,154 Nikltels, Robert 108,187 Nilsson, Gary 137 Nishihira, Karen 74,123,149 N-ishime, Bruce 74 Nishime, lody 148,187 Nishirne, Sherry 239 Nishimoto, loan 146,187 Nishimolo, Mary 38,126,137,146 149 152 154 Nishitsuji, Diane 239 Nissen, Colleen 187 Nomura, Wendy 239 Nordstrand, Linda 137 Norris, Cherrie 147,187 Northrup, Karen 239 Norvill, Patricia 188 Norville, jennifer 74 Novak, Barbara 188 Nozakk, Ronald 239 Nukida, Faith 239 Nukida, Tim 188 NultY, Karen 240 Nulty, Michael 137 Mr. Edward Nupoll 221 Nuss, Cristine 25,137 Nyitrai, Melody 188 O O'Bannon, Michael 137 Q'Brien, Betty 74 O'Brien, Colleen 137 Mr. james O'Brien 113,225 O'Brien, Kathy 188 O'Connor, Laura 188 O'Haver, Laura 75 Mrs. Barbara Ohlson 174 O'Neill, Elisabeth 147 Mrs. Olga O'NeilL214 O'Neill, Timothy 75,99,113,154 O'Reilly, Tim 138 Obuchon, Suzanne 75 Obuszewski, Edward 75 Oda, Guy 137 Oden, Deborah 137 Oden, Theodore 96,240 Offenburger, Beverley 75 ogaia, Carl 7s,1o3,14e,1s7,17o Ogata, Debbie 240 Ogata, Phyllis 123,240 Ogawa, june 188 Ogi, Dulcie137 Ogren, Kallen 188 Ogren, Kristi 75 Mrs. Barbara Ohlson 222 Ohmoto, Phyllis 75,149 Oka, George 95 0ka,lanelle137 Okada, Cheryl 75, 149 Okdada, Douglas 98,137 Okada, loanie 240 Okamoto, lan 75 Okamoto, jay 75 Okimura, Sheila 23,75 Okuma, Susan 146,188 Okumura, Ann 146,188 Mr. Guy Old 209 Oliva, Angela 137 Oliver, Deborah 75 Oliver, Robert 240 Oliver, Ronald 188 Oliver, Terry 137 Olsen, Barrie 107,240 Miss Ruby Olsen 227 Olsen, Stanley 108,188 Olsen, Tom 41,92,101,137,164 Olson, Doreen 149 Olson, Gregory 75 Olson, Russell 240 Olszewski, Terese 240 Olvera, Susan 137 Qoaalocelyn 137 Ondell, loseph 137 Ong, joan 240 Onishi, Phillip 137,157 Ono, Miles 138,166 Orabuena, Della 188 Ormond, Debbie 138 Orth, Debbra 147,188 Orth, Lyle 138 Ortiz, Lorri 138 Osborne, Debra 75,146,157 ,Vr, 1, Osborne, Ronald 96,240 .iik Oshiro, Robert 188 Oshiro, Steve 240 Oshita, loan 240 Oshota, Rodney 240 Oshizaki, Dennis 97 Ostronic, john 240 Ota, Susan 146,240 Overdorl, Valerie 188 Oyaina, Gayle 76 H Oyarna, Patsy 138 ' -- Ozaki, Elizabeth 76.1 52,1 57 Ozaki, Ernest 92,138,164 P Pace, janet 138 Pace, Sandra 76 Pacheco, lames 240 Pagaduan, Gloria 188 Pagano, Nina 138 Painschab, Minda 188 Paldino, Vincent 95,115,188 Palett, Ron 240 fguckett, Chei'ylj240 5581112 Palmieri, joseph 188 Pamula, Debbie 240 Pantel, Dave 138 Papac, Cieorgeann 188 Papac, Pamela 76 Paredes, Sandra 188 Parker, Lorene 188 Parker, Marabel138,148,166 Parker, Shale 138 Parks, Mike 188 Parreco, Mary 240 Mr, Gary Parton 206 Pasek, Christopher 188 Pastell, Don 240 Patten. lulie 76 Patterson, Sherlyn 188 Paul, Rhonda 240 Pausch, Randy 76 Pavlakos, julie 138 Pawly, Lawra 188 Payne, Dale 188 Payne, Linda 76 Pearce, Richard 188 Peason, Bruce 76 Pease, Karen 188 Peck, Cathleen 240 Pederson, Paul 138 Peeken, john 240 Pekins, Donna 188 Pelayo, Allen 95,188 Pelekai, Laurie 240 Mr. Gerald Pendrick 221 Penque, Ronald 96,240 Penque, Sheree 22,76,165,174 Perdew, Debbie 240 Mr, Clyde Perdiew 223 Ms. Becky Perez 205 Perez, Carmen 240 Perez, Cindy 138 Perez, james 240 Perez, john 188 Perez, judy 76 Perez, julie 188 Perez, Ralph 188 Perez, Robin 21,76,165 fPerez,'R.o5e 138 Perkins, Gail 138 Perkins, jan ice 76 Perkins, Larry 76 Perkins, Sally 21,230,240 Perkins, Tom 76,92,164 Wilma Perlewitz 205 Clyde 152,188 Randy 77 fliesola, Steven 77,155 Pestello, Debra 240 Peterman, Michael 188 Peters, john 95,106,188 Peters, Marina 144,240 Peters, Williarrt,92,J06,138,164 Petersen, ' Peterson, Diane 188 Peterson, Larry 138 Petter, Scott 101,138 Pettit, Robertf13B, Phelps, Del:loialifTl38. Phelps, Kim 77 Phelps, Laurag240 Phelps, Terry 240 Picker, Charlotte 188 Piety, Eric 96,240 Pittman, Caryn 138 Plager, Frank 240 Platt, james 188 ' ' Platt, Mark 138 Piebanek, Brian 188 Plummer, 77 Pohl, Cathy 188' Poirier, Tamara 240 t 1 Poirier, Timothy 188 , g Polichetti, Dale 138,147,152,153 2 Pollex, Mona 240 Mrs. Barbara Polliard 201 Mr. Robert Pollock 223 Pollock, Ronald 138 Pollock, ,Q Pond, Ioannef3g5Sf,f5fg?gg' , Pond, Pauline577'ifff'j1, Pond, Steven 3383' Porteous, jiIl188" V Farm, Gres 113,154 Porter, ",s,,' Posner,iShelley"138 Poteet, Mark 138 Pouliot, Russell 98 Pound, jeffrey 189 Powers, Larry 92,138 Powers, Patrick 77,166 Donald refine, Kimberle Price, Rebecca 138 i i -, ' Price, Reena 240 Provence, Leslie 138,148 Pruss, Linda 77,157 Slluls, R0bMlif2f0i Puniwai, Carlie 77 Purdy, Margaret 138 Pyle, Scot113,138,164 Quan, Phillip 240 Quara ntiello, lay ne 240 Mr. Robert Quar,ry,10G.107,125 Mrs, lllana Quinrf217 Quiroz, Michele 38,138 R Rabito, Carolyn 77 Rabito, Emile 189 Rabut, Claudio 77 Radic, Debra 77 Ragsdale, Brian 92,138,164 Ragsdale, Kimberly 240 Ragsdale, Stephen 77,164 Rahmeyer, Nancy 77 Mr. Merl Railsback 217 Rametta, Timothy 240 Ramierez, Miguel 189 Ramirez, Richard 241 Ramsey, Brian 78,166 Ramsey, Donald 138 Randall,A.ntl'lony 107,241 Randall, Robert 189 ' 1 Raper, Donella 138,154,155 Raper, Linda 78,155 Raposa, Deborah 241 Raposa, Steven 138 Rapske, Ervin 189 - Rasmussen, Bryan 241 Rasnick, Ricky 96,241 , Raub, Craig 166,241 ni Mr. Chester Ray 213 Ray, Debra 189 Ray, james 102 Ray, Richard 241 ,, Ray, Steve 101 f, Raynor, Tamara 78 Rayor, David 138 Razzolini, Mike 138 Reading, Anne 39,189 5, 24 Reading, Donna 41,42,154, Reagan, Greg 78 Rebotlafffunda 123,138 Redden,5Dean 138 Redden, Pamela 241 Reddy, Krupakar 241 Redmaryiynthia 189 Rednrafrtffisim 189 Redmeihii, David 189 Reed,-Carol 138 Reed, Dare! 138 Reed, Kim 138,154,155 Reed, Robert 241 R6Bd,'RDbEl'YB 241 Reedf, 241 -- ReicH uanna 138 'f Reinardygean nie 78 Mr. joseph Reinhardt 219 Mr. Fred Reis 205 Reis, Paul92,104,139,164 ' Rempertygynthia 139 ' :Rertnir!SEEgl..inda,154,189, 1 Renze,H1Mielinle1a9 Resciike, Mignon 241 Reyes, Maria 139 Reyes, Stephen 189 Reynolds, jeffrey 189 Reynolds, jerrilyn 78 , Mr, lohii'Reynailiisi1!a!i,gg, 11' 3 Rhilinger, Marcia 1892 i- jg-ff Rhodes, Leonard 78 ' Rhodes,,Marlene 139,146,149,152 Rice, Cynthia 139 , Richards, Gail 78 Q Richards, Vicki 189 ' 1 Richardsoiiiigliobert 102 Richman, David 241 Richmond, Guy 139 Rickabaugln, Melissa 78 US 1 , , Ridgway, Roger 241 ,jo Ridgway,,Ri.rssell139 Rieger, Diane 139 Rifi, Deborah 241 Riglin, Suzanne 241 Rinaldi, Barbara 78 Ripley, Ronald 139 ' i" " Rickaba lh Randall 189 Rippelmlehn ,,.i Ri ppeti:i2lT3rn othy Mrs. Beralene Rische 215 Riskus, Susan 189 ' Ritchie, Gregory 78,107 A Rivas, Car!os189 , Rivera Rivera Carol 78 Rivera, , Ernest 189 ,jesse 78,104 Roach, Randy 78 Rober on, Renie139 s Roberts, Darlene 78 Roberts, Dennis 98,139 Roberts, joanna 189 Roberts, junior 189 Roberts, Patrice 78 Roberts, Peggy 148,189 Roberts, Randall 241 Roberts, Robert 79 Robertson, David 154,189 Robinson, George 152,189 Mrs. janelgfapbinson 210 Robinson, joan 139 Robinson, Mark 189 Robinson, Michelle 79 Robinsonsgoott 79,92 Rocco, 139 Rock, joaniEiQifZ9f?l21 Rockwood,lSl1eri'241 Rodriguez, Allen 189 Rod riguez, David 107,189 Rodriguez, joe 104 Rodriguez, juana 189 Rodriguez, Mario 89 Rodriguez, Rhonda 241 .ifi Rodriguez, Sally 189' Rodriguez, Roxanne 241 Roilrgguez, Rosa 139 K Rodriguez, Ruben4I39 Rogge, Mark 139 Rojas, Raul 241 Roman, Vangie 189 Romero, Anita 79 Romero, Christine 189 Romero, Lawrence 139 Romero, Maxine 79 Romero, Timothy 95 Romo, jeffrey 241 Romo,Michael79 Root, Scott 107,1 Rose, Brad 79 ",'. Mr. Richard Rose 206 Rose, Sheri 241 Ross, Alan 189 Ross, Renee 79 Ross, Sheryl 79,123,139 , 'J Mr,-Vernon Ross 225255: l'i I ",' : Rossetti, Ronald 97,189 " ' Rothrock, Shelley 139 Rubin, Russell 170,189 Rubio, David 96,241 Rudberg, Matthew 'l39,'l44,'l54,155 Rudder, Timothy 189 .rr'ki,k fu I V, ,Ru!4llSi.l1e, Mark 79,10B,ff,ff!'5fffii Ruhsjlames 241 ' 1 'lr'i ' ' Runge, David 139 Runge, Scott 102,241 Rushton, Valerie 189 , Russell, Shawn 79,108,jH Rusgg,gj,jKent189 ,ifgy Ri.iftit5ZllSric139 ' Ry'ari,'Victor 189 S 2 Saavedra, David 189 Sack,,Christiane 1 39 Sack,iChristi ne 139 Sackgjvlonica 241 Saqkgffiteven 79 If , Sacliigfllfliiom as 79 ' 5ait6,fPaul 106,139,249 Saito, Ray 79 Sakamoto, Deland 241 Sakamoto, janice 241 Sakamoto, Lois 189 5akar1ielo,,Lynn 139 Q, sakaonprtlchard 98,157,170 Sakatani, William 106,152,157,170,189 Sala, Lori Ann 90 Sale, Holly 80 Salisbury, jon 241 Sally,,R9berta 80 Saivatrififfioey 241 Sampei,5lQiye 241 Sampson, Wendy 80 Samuelsz, lngrid 80 Samueisz, Peggy 241 Sanchez, joseph 80 Sanslatgglrene 80,1 54, Sarisifiiigggfkicardo 241' i " Sanders, Dave 21,95,107,178,189 Sanders, Kathryn 80 Sanders, Mona 189 Sanders, Patricia 139 Sanders, Roger 139 Sanders, Ronda 139 5 ,, Sanders, Stacy 241 2' Sanders, Steve 100,139 ' Sanderson, Mark 241 Sandoval, Fred 241 Sandoval, jim 241 A Sandoval,juliana139 i i Sa,rl2qfdQgStephanie 146,190 Santoiifflkndrew 241 Santos,,fCathleen 40,41,-12,80 Sarno, Peggy 241 Sasaki, Annette 139,146 Sasaki,Dorothy 146,156,241 Sasaki, Emily 80,146 SatQggCrajg241 4 f K Said! ioiaina 190 Sato, Ronald 80 Sauber, Anna 241 Sauer, Leigh 166,241 Savage,'Kurt 241 ' Sawadggsftidori 190 , Sazeg5iQ8ecky 189 Sazegar, Dave 80 Sazegar, Mark 139 Schafer, Bernie 100,190 Schafer, Fay 80,155 Scharein, Harry 139 Fern, Scheelf:205 , Scheliga, Marcy190 , Mrs. Doris Schier 152,204 Schierman, Tracy 80 Schirmer, Debbie 81 Schleicher, Ha ns 241 Mr. Steve Schmitz 224, ,k,', I SCl'lrrltifiZJer, Bernard Schreiber, Debra 81 iili l Mr. Wiliiam Schuchman 223 Schumacher, Thomas 81 Mr. Ditter Schultz 108 Schwake, Kathleen 241 Schwake, Markus 139 Schwarz, Valerie B1 Scoles, Shirley 242 Scott, Brian 81,113 Scott, Debra 242 5C0tt, Glenn 242 Scott, Qregory 190 Svolrifwiatfl Scott,'Susan 81 Scott, Tim 81,117 Miss Carol Scoville 210 5crivner,janice139 Seamans, Kevin 139 Seamans, Patricia 190 Sebastian, Cynthia 242 Segarra, Raymond 81,92,164 Seidel, Debra 190 Seki,Arny146,190 Sencerbox, Kristy 139,154,155 Senesac, Mike 95,190 Sepulveda, Arthur 81 Sesto, john 139 Sesto, Theresa 190 Seward, Karen 154,190 Shaffer, Ruth 242 Mrs, Carole Shakely 207 Shandera, Paul 139 Shatz, Ted 139 Shearnan, Dorothy 81,157 Sheckler, Dale 92,'l06,139,164 Sheckler, Frank 190 Shelbourn, Dana 242 Shelbourn, Dena 242 Shelton, Nancy 190 Sherman, Steven 139 Mr. Guy Sherod 223 Sherrill, Steven 242 Sherwood, Theresa 154,190 Shibuya, Bruce 81 Shibuya, Craig 102,190 Shields, Diane 139 Shields, Glenn 81 Shields, Maureen 139 Shigaki, Darryl 242 Shigihara, Walter 95,190 Shimazu, Carol 242 Shimizu, Kenneth 146,190 Shimizu, Ronald 117,139,157 Mrs. Mary Shimpeno 203 Shinmoto, Steve 170,242 Shinmoto, Tracy 139,148,149 Shinozaki, Kay 242 Shiraga, Tom 242 Shiraga,Vivlan139 Shodall, Gerald 115,190 Shodall, Laura 139 Shoesmith, Donald 139 Shoesmith, julie 242 Shoji, Lucy 139 Shrigley, Donald 82,249 Miss Carlotta Shupp 210 Shuss, Andrea 139 Shuss, Mall 242 Siderits, Brian 82,103 iiiiderits, Tami 242 Sierra, Ines 190 Sikes,jeifry190 Mrs, Lyda Sikkema 210 Silvas, Vlichael139 Silvas, Sandra 190 Silver, Suzanne 82 Silvester, Michelle 82 Sirnko, Thomas 82 Simmons, Gary 82 Simonsen, Gerald 82 Simcnsen, Paul 139 51111155001 Simpson, Simpson, Simpson, Simpson, Skaggs, T janel 190 jeree 82 Karen 1392147 Mark 107 Sandy 139 imothy 95,115 Skenes, Beth 21,139 Slick, Darryl 242 I Slick, wil liani 139.1 ,-,' ' Sloan, Noel 190 Slusarski, Charlene 190 Small, David 190 Mr, Frank Small 217 ,5U1slSer,Gf2s 38,82 Sriielser, Susan 154,155,190 M Swgltzer, Bernie 92 Smidberg, Sarah 82 Smirl, Kimberly 242 Smith, Deborah 122,242 Smith, Donna 122,139,147 Mrs. Franceen Srrtiillll Mr.HGeraId srriifh, Glenn 1ozf,'ffsifE, if' Srriiith, jan 190 'V Smith, jefferson 242 Smith, jeffrey 82 Smith, Marsha 139 Mrs. Pat Smith 227 smith, Randall 140,149- Smith, Ree 140 Smith, Roger 190 Smith, Rose 140 Smith, Rosie 190 Smith, Susan 82,190 Smith, Terry 190 Vicki '190 Mrs. Marie Smoyer 201 Srriylie, Arvin 97,107,140 Smylie, Nancy 190 Snowball, jerry 82,150 jean, Snyder 205 Sola, NiIda140 Soliz, Veronica140 Solomon, David 140 Somers, Audrey 39,140 Somers, Debra 82 Sotuyo, Rick 140 Souza, Daniel 102,153 Souza, Sylvia 82,146 Spang, Sandra 83 Sparks, jackie 140,154 Sparlin, Deana 83 Spears, Daniel 140 Coach Specht 104,106,107 Miss.Myrna Specktor 224 spigtlrneyer, Kevin 103,140 Spence, jennie 83 Spencer, john 140 Spencer, Mike190 Srruth, Stewart, Stewart, Linda B3 Stewart, Phyllis 191 A Q H Stewart, Teri 242 .ff-ff. Mr. Don St. Germain 20531.-" Stiles, Steven 83,152 'T' ' Stockhausen, Gisele 191 Stockhausen, Michael 83,150 Storey, Gale 83 Storey, Kathy 230,242 Stork, Michael 242 Stouffer, Hans 242 Stoughton, Gary 140 Stovall, Carolyn 140 Stradley, Patti 140 Strege, Corrine 83,123 Strege, Dwayne 96,242 Streiff, Heidi 165,191 Streifl, Mark 83 Streit, Timothy 95,191 Streit, Tom 95,107,191 Stuler, Carol 11,154,242 Stull, Sally B3 Stu rrock, Brenda 242 Stu rrock, Gordon 242 Suarez, Mary 140 Sugimoto, Cary 96,242 Sugimoto, Cheryl 21,140 Sullivan, lames 95,191 Sullivan, Maureen 191 Sullivan, Teresa 140 Sumerton, Robert 242 Sumida, Sarie 242 Su n, Priscilla 38,140,146,149,152 Sunshine, Brian152,2-12' , I g Sunshine, Steve 191 lf? ' Sunter, Cynthia 242 , Suzuki, Kathryn 140 Swain, Mary B4 Swain, Peggy 191 Swancoat, Rod 95,107,191 Swancoat, Todd 107,242 Swanson,,Diana 42,140 , Sweat, Patricia 191 ' Sykes, Curtis 84 Sykes, Cerina 147,191 Szabo, Richard 191 Mr. Robert Tabing 148,213 Tabor, Robyn 21,04 . Tado, Susan 84 ' Tado, Terri 191 Taguchi, Grace 64 Taguchi, Mitchell 104,140,1S7,170 Takahashi, Gail B4 Takahashi, Leonard 84,108 Takata, Kenneth 140 Takechi, Richard 84,117 Takemura, Kathy 191 Takemura, Michael 140 Takeyama, Daniel 242 Takeyama, Mark 140,'l49,152,157,170 Takigawa, Shirley 126,140,146,149,152, 154,170 Takigawa, William 140,152,157,170 Takushi, Brian 242 Takushi, Myron B4 Talleda, loaquin 191 Tamanaha,jeff191 Tamayo, Leslie 242 Mr. Glen Tanaka 219 Tanaka, William 140 Taniguchi, Gregg 170,191 Tarkington, loanne 178,191 Tarkington, Ray 84 Tarr, Bernadette 84 Tarumoto, Nancy B4 Tarvin, lean 242 Tarvin, lim 84 Taubel, Debbie 84 ' Taylor, lane 23,84 Taylor, jim 191 Taylor, Melinda 191 Taylor, Michael 191 Teieda, Margarita 84 Telfair, Dianne 140 Cindy 85 Togioka, Marcia 85,123,1 Togioka, Tom 107,191 Toma, Mark 113,140 Tomblin, Dolores 85 Tombs, Mike 96,243 Tornich, Laureen 243 Tomich, Ron 113,140,164 Tomita, Alan 243 Tomlin, Dwight 191 Ton, Tracie 38,8S,123 Toner, janet 243 Toomey, Mark 243 Toron, Margarita 85,140 Torres, Annette 85 Torres, Daniel 191 Torres, Nick 243 Towne, Greg 85 Towne, Larry 140 Tracey, Karla 191 Treadwell, Kathleen 140 Tretfry, Kathy 85 Tribbey, Karen 86 Tribbey, Stephen 191 49,1 52 Van Van Wormer Vanartsc Vande r Wada, Lisa 192 Waddell, Heather 192 Waddell, Richard 87 Wakefield, Wanda 243 Walden, lay 166,243 Walden, Keith 166,243 Mr. Daniel Walker 221 Walker, Kevin 87 Walker, Larry 872 Walker, Lawrence 243 Wallace, Gregory 170,243 Wallace, Scott B7 Waller, James 87 Mr. Karl Wanous 220 Wantuch, james 87 Ward, Brian 141 Ward, Michael 154,243 Ward, Robert 192 Warloe, David 243 Warloe, Stephanie 87 Warnemuende, David 87 Warnemuende, Lois 192 Warner, Cindy 87 Yamamoto Yamamoto, Louis 141 Yamamoto, Randy 141,157 Yamamoto, Reid 245 Yamane, Pamela 141,146 Yamano, Russell170,193 Yamanohafktlah 88 Vamanoha, Brian 141 Yamanoha, Carol 245 Yamasaki, Rick 88 Yamashiro, Keith 141 Yamashiro, Ryan 245 Yamauchi, Alan 88 Yamauchi, Karen 245 Yamauchi, Randall 245 Vano, Carolyn 245 Vano, Rober1193 Yap, Dancene 245 Yap, Rance 141 Yata, Gayle 193 . V Q-V . V V , 4. - . .N--. -4 1 vu. X. in ' , ,mn lf .ww , . ,.f., A 575 H- V -VVm.f 4. . haf ,-V-V ' S V V ft, 1-,WFP ' Q., -- V 5 V3 " L:V:1-,i:VQgei,E W-Q: 'fx ' E-X . Q' A - - 2-'f -3 ' J ' -VC' -. VV, 'f-. 'QED fx K3-ifVFgi,-ff R ' 'V K A .L --.-. , ,... ' ' "' ' phi 5, , fgii, V -V 'N an Nj , A-,bl , ' 1 1 v F ijt' ' '45 ' x , N-K 'T' I, wk ,f , M QQ V, e:'A' A v4i.VT:.'gE R --V ig 2 , lf' V A V 5 wg Q--. , ,. 42 V1-f2:,9p 7 , 5-.K - - V..,g'V - ,.-X Tfba Z ' 'Cin , wr, fi K ' ,JN ' 'Nm , A . u ... -' - r' ' X' A X rx - ., -J' V ,H .5 ' J. , uve- V V , fb! ., ,, ' ff- Q5 'FP' V 13 f' V 5 ' + . k-2 ish, A P-N ' X'Y'A..-1 " . in-V , ,E Chg ' .F JV-Q La A N- M - A f ' xx'-3 -- ., , fd A 4-xx EJ V r-, ob ,v,, N 1 V T55 ,., "' Q' X-,RA . Q -. NP' PNN Rx . N5 f ,, i . -. , -73: I F. I kgs: a w Q--. ' x T7 ef'-v ...N N.: 5-."'S--, , -xx 34 V1.- NA lx , 4 H1 ,fi IV, 4,i1k""5' ., , - "--QV ,ln wif, I .mg , 'x' EVM ,img PQ, fu., :iw 'A it .V r f- ' -- f" ' ,, ,Q . 1 , x4,VVf-.42 'Y 5 . , v , K. Q75 Z i 1' N .A 1 v,,wj 5 VJ f fe, V ' . , J 7 ' 'H ii '- fl V ' 5 Z ' fm' K . 1 '32 K I If , . If . awe" fb' mf'-nz ' .- ,, 4 L ' SV ' -fi ' LT, ff' VV ff ' .fr ' , J V- ' -, f "up , 4 . .V . . , -L , . . . .. , A. V -V 4,1 VV.: , - me V ' . ' '- f 1 ' . - . ' . V . V V VV. 11- . , , 5, gn Q. . V K V VV -HV. V, -' mv 1 3 , . 4 - f ., if .J.,, . ., 1! ws fa X-,V , if ,V 'V pf U ,, . ', 5 5 :,- . -1 . V V V V . V V V ,A , V ., V 'Vgffifw-ff' ' V. ,,, ' "Q . 'W +5 1 , 4 :Ani ' f "Qt fy: 1' v-, 3.3 ,y 1 , 3 Zi A V .,, I V 1 ,IJ 5. W 3 Ai ws, V 1 V L4,yL,d,,.'j 'E 'm 5' " 'Lv V, ' v ' V-.,, 1 '-I ' 1 3 f 3 'If V"x , A- V : -3 f -' ., -1- , ,YV V fu V ff V ., .-. X - A. - ., V,VV .., ' , V V V Q s 4 , , j ,F ., V .,.V 1 Y , Y, gg, M, ' -f ' .3 V A r.gfVVigs ,Vg Li. ,-.Jig V '-. , QV . 4 .. , 4 . V VV , V V- aw V -ry V, V, W-ff-, 'gf V 3 K V . 1- , 1 V., , V - . , L. . ., 1 .- f . V - :V - -.., "1 f.V-.V ,' '1 , V --, , .V 1 - .I Y r. ,V h ,us ,nf-,, i ' V ,r .41 , fV V .Y K JN , 3 .1 v .... - -'. .V ,- V qi,,,,,fw,4,. . , 4. Vw. , . ,.,. w . , V -V ' . , V, 'W 'V , S 1 1 -, I , ' 5 'I lx- 1.1-. Q ,X ,, 3 g iff? ,- "V V- ' ' Q' . 5' a j 1 ,rg V f f ' ff' , 5 AZT. If 'V - '. Qrf. r :ei'z.ii:gf5f ,L , g "SAA ' - V . ' , I w ,4 4 . V X A as V- .n 4 J -12 y Y , V- V --F r may :, ' F: f , .5 V V- f, V r .V V , .V- , VV -V V fp. I , .V, UU f I H 1 e ' XV , . -fi.. af .4 I 1' NSW. W' 'ff H,i".,, Lge, k ,Qa 1 k 'zz n ,mn 'Q f g P dir ll 'V ,.-i, - . - - 5. 5 V . V 'Vg-, .f 4 ., fl tn. .. . v V- ,A . A 3 ' . , f Q ' if ' -1.5 ' ' FEA ff' f Q ff Q' 'EJ .', -!:1'V-3,4451 4 ' V: ..' V ' Q V ' . . Q V V ' " - --"- - ' ' ' ' V N . ., v 1, , , y ' ,,. 4- V' . .V 1 " ..- 1 1 , , V' ' ,- jim, .1 V 1-,, 5 4 ' -4 . 4 .-v - 1 ,k ' ' ' , , - 21 314' ' JV' ' 'iaff ' - H" , , ' .L , . , L , ' ,, 4, VL: " '. ' VV, If , , r ,4 - .V "3 ' ' 1 u ' .ffkfb ' , ' Yu 5, ,V -0 V , V' V V 2- .,,.. , V A fl. - R' V.-SV'VV .V " ,V A ' V ,- 1- - V1 .- ' "Vf',,Q K. QV" fi , K KV-502 QQ , 4 VV 1 V, L' , V. ix "fn fu -X it 5 ' f V- ,V V , A 9 " 5 . 'SVA14 , ,Y ,V f ' V . -V Q ' - 'V 1 .V3u..V. . , 'J Q Z1 - 4- F-,f i V,-'34 . 'egw - 'H' .V " ' Qz ' vgfg 'M X' 'V -, ,V iw.. -f,.1, f"f ' ' " 4' V, ' 1?-' J 1' V V, '3f:!V'F L HV f ,Q Vff-.jg 'Ng -V, ' 1, V, 'SuhL,', -QW P 1. kigfxbf ,, '-5 ,,1'VV.ga 5 ,s y. ff use . V, 'V ', " -- ' .Vr A' b . -5, V" ' " ,310 " . ' . , ' 45? J "1 AI' " ii 1: - - ' 'H-3 I L? e- ' ' J A, ai nf' ': " . ., ,A ' if M 7' ,f-1.5, V - V- VV ' Vr W, -- 'wg-V , ,V V . A " V f ff" Aa. 3 1 J ' 1 . V 241 Jfwh A, ' ' Q, -V k'f'5 V' I J , i. , 4 , V, Vi' V V. f -. - . AV. Q, ' . ,, ,eww '. f V2 H5 .. ' + 'gf V. ' , Q I V ' E 4. JW-ff ffvfg, Y V ' . fn '?l.j ,V A' Ax' .461 'ffdgrpf V' ',, K 'g,',., Li..:,'f',s J " .3 ,4 WJ. 'Val . Uff L V, 1" V '? 5 " PM Vw f '3 -1 " Tit" z-V '. . V -uf -, '1' rfw pw , Vu., 4. L f ffhwf .ww '-f,aVff,,,,. 1.4 - M. 11-


Suggestions in the North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) collection:

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

North High School - Valiant Yearbook (Torrance, CA) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 32

1974, pg 32

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.