Sweetwater High School - Red and Gray Yearbook (National City, CA)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 238 of the 1978 volume:
The Red 8c Gray
1978 Red 8: Gray
Herff Jones Yearbooks
And Busoo Nestor Studios
Linda Howerton - Editor
5 g - 1 Susan Zimmer - Advisor
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Seniors: Terri Richardson, Gerri Fontillasg Underclassmenz John Tambio,
Mona Arauz, Sonia Nolla, Maggie Valdez, Student Life: Aida Sotelo,
Beth Abbott, Ricky Lomibao, Lisette Rico, Michelle Thibeaultp Faculty:
Toney Carrillog Boys' Sports: Ferdy Preclaro, David Diaz, Girls' Sports:
Michelle Mellegers, Toni Caldwell, Advertisements: Connie Lopez, Gloria
Galvang Photographers: Bryan Johnson, Pete Bautista, Dennis Ginn,
Weldon Thompson, Photo Secretary: Susan Greywacz, Copy: "H" D.
Table of Contents
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Memories of days gone by,
of grammar school and junior high,
Of friendship made and laughter shared,
of parents love because they cared.
That we have knowledge that's the best,
to face toward the final test,
Of going forth to build a life,
in a world that's free of strife.
Let's take the time now and then,
to stop and remember the good times when
We shared the joy of friendship and fun,
because our memories have just begun.
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Red and Gra ma es HISYOTY.
The Red and Gray Stat? has memories of good times in class: Nlunching out, singing songs, telling jokes and
cutting each other down. We also have memories of hectic days and nights after school to make this year's
annual oneeyof the best in years. Countless layouts, picture and pieces of copy that had been sorted out by the
end ye ys in order to make Sug,H,sij5pyroud and to let our annuyalegsjtell the world ilIT'S GREAT,g,IO BE A DEVIL.
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Richardson, Editorg Standing Aida Sotelo Editoigtlvlichelle Thibeault, seated, Beth Abbott, Ricky Lomibao, Lisette' Rico Student Life,
Advertising: Gloria Galvang Connie Lopez, Editor, Photographers: iStandingl Dennis Ginny Bryan Johnson, Head Photographer, iseatedl
Weldon Thompson, Pete Bautista.
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Soon to Face Tomorrowis Reahues
The Mighty Class of '78 mixed work with play, as all
seniors will do. They started organizing in the summer
and raised money throughout the year for a well-
planned prom. But they did socialize, too. They held a
beach party, Mexican dinner and various other events.
The Senior lVlotto, written by Amor Camatcho, Al
LeAlcala, Ron Longley, Ferdy Preclaro, Roz Sue and
designed by HH" D. Hughes, symbolized our future and
not our past.
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BETH ABBOTT, or Rabbit...
was in Les Cherettes 1,2, SHS 3,
Float Committee 3, member of
the H3 lVlouseketers", Red 84
Gray 3, Photo Club 2,3g Class
Council 1,2,3, ...Will miss
sitting with my llLittle White
Fox" at the football games,
going in the darkroom with my
llDen-Den", Basketball games,
and Coach Smith . , . likes talking
to Mike in Weightlifting.
OFELIA ANTONIA ABIERA, or
One, was J.V, Cheerleader 2, Var.
3, Su-Ettes 1,2, Float Committee
1,2,3p . . , She'II miss all her
friends, cheering and all the fun
she had at good ol' Su-Hi ...
likes cheering, reading and
listening to music.
VICTO RIA AC EVES
ODETTE AGUILERA, was in
Senate 1, Su-Ettes l,2, SHS 3,
Campus League 2,3, Tennis 3,
...will miss all her neat friends,
especially Wisey , . . like sewing,
tennis, and gooting around with
BRENDA LEE AKRIDGE was in
L.D. Corp. 2, Lt. 3, Campus
League 2, treas. 3, , , . will miss
marching in half time shows, all
her friends, and the football
games... like sewing, and being
with her friends. . . plans to go to
college and be a nurse.
TERRY LYNN AKRIDGE was in
Uniform group 2,3 capt. 3,
Campus League 2,3, ...will miss
marching in parades and half
times all her friends . .. likes
sewing, camping, swimming, and
being with her friends . . . plans
to go to Kelsey Jenney College
and become a legal secretary.
ALBERT ANTHONY ALVAREZ,
was in Knowledge Bowl 1,2 Pres
3, CSF 1,2 V. Pres. 3, CA. Boys
State 3, Super-Senior 3, . . . will
miss the people, students, and
teachers . . . like to be with
friends and just bum around.
ANA AM EZCUA
COLLEEN MARIA AIVION, or
Koala , . . was in FHA-Hero 1,2
Pres. 3, Choir 1,2,3, Letter-
Ettes, Wrestling Manager 3, . .
will miss being with all her
friends and walking in eye's
distance of Pat and his gang
during break and football
assemblies. like to get rowdy
with her friends, make people
happy, collect Koala Bears and
study to become a psychologist.
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SONIA MARIA ARCE, or Super
. . . was Homecoming Queen 3,
MECHA 3 . . . enjoys being with
Victor, playing the guitar and
dancing . . . will always
remember being crowned
Homecoming Queen 1977 and
when Victor sang ner song at a
show... Hopes to continue
living a happy life with Victor
and strive forthe best through
DAVID PAUL ARCIGA or Liohel
was in J.V. Football 1, Var. 3,
J.V. Baseball 2, Var. 3 ,.., never
will forget Nacho, Fred Carillo
and all the football games . ..
plans to go to college and
become a successful lawyer . . .
likes to play football, basketball
CYNTHIA AVERION ARELLANO,
or Cindy . , . was in Asian club
1,2, Tennis 1,2,3, Float
Committee 3 ... likes to play
MILDRED AVERION ARELLANO
was in CSF 1,3, Asian Club l,2,3.
Tennis 2,3, Class Council 3 . ..
likes tennis and ice skating . ,.
She would like to attend UCSD
and become a Medical
Technologist. She would like to
visit the Philippines in the near
SARAH RUTH BAKER . . . was in
Junior Miss Pageant 3, Les
Cherettes 1,2, CSF 1,2,3,
Campus League 1,2, Pres. 3,
Girls State 35 Senator 3, Imp
2,3, Lamplighters 3, . . .will miss
her friends . . . likes tennis,
reading, Bible study and being
with her friends.
ELIZABETH ANN BARRIER . ..
Ann was in Class Council 15
Lamplighters 1, Wrestling Mgr.
lg Float Committee 3, . .. she
will miss everyone at Su-Hi: her
sophomore year when everyone
was so different, and the
wonderful guy she met that year
... loves to eat junk food, shop
for clothes, play in the snow and
go 3 wheeling.
CARIVIEN LETICIA BELTRAN
EDUARDO NIACABASCO BERIN
Eddie was in CSF 1,2, ...
will miss all his friends, teachers
and acquaintances . . . likes to
listen to the radio and try to get
an aviation and SCCA license
after high school.
MICHELLE LAVONNA BIVENS
...Shell was in the Big Sister 3,
Tennis 1, Basketball 1, Photo 2,
Track 3, . . . will miss the football
games, going to coaches room
after the games and being Nletro
Champs 2 yrs. in a row. . .wants
to be a airline reservationist.
VINCENTE SULSE BOBADILLA
...Vic will miss all his friends
and that special person . ,. likes
weightlifting, football, baseball
and music... was in Nlarching
Band 3, Pep Band 3, Asian Club
LINDA BORDWELL . . . was in
Track l,2, Tennis 2,3, Basketball
Stat. 3, Peer Counselor 2,3, . ..
will miss the fun on the teams
and meeting lots of people in
peer counseling . . . likes playing
tennis, being alone, and having
JUDITH EILEEN BRENNAN
Judy likes backsacking, reading,
listening to music, being with
Rob .. . was in German Club 1,
Drill Team 2, Swim Team 2, . ..
will miss nutrition break.
KATHY JEAN BROWN ... Kat
was in Pep Club 2, Float
Committee 1,2g National City
Miss 2, Swim Team 1,25 Water
Polo 25 . , . she wants to attend
the university of ner choice and
major in nursing . . .wants to be
successful in all that life has to
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EDWIN BULLOCK VICTORIA CALLUENG . ..
Sweetie will miss a few of ner
PHYLISS BURRIS sweet friends she made and all
ner associates . .. loves tanitian
dancing, jogging, tennis.
AIVIOR CAIVIACHO . . . Camcn was
in CSF 1,2,3, Senate 1,25 Senior
Class Treasurer 3, Class Council
2,3g Float Committee 1,2,3,
Track lVlgr, 1,2,3, JV Wrestling 1,
Varsity 2, Super Senior 3.. .will
miss the fun times he had during
the football seasons . ,. likes
drawing, bike riding,
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LOUIS ANTHONY CANO
ANTONIO M. CARRILLO . ..
was in Red and Gray 1,2,35
Mecha Club 2,35 Yosemite-1
San Francisco trip 15 Senator 35
Su-Hi News 35 Class Counsil 35
... will never forget September
26, 1976 ,. . he hopes to be
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ELIZABETH MARIE CUESTA . ,.
Pinochio was in Var. Cheerleader
35 Letter Carrier Camp. 25 Drill
Team 15 Class Council 1,2,35
Class VP 25 Float Committee
1,2,35 ASB Secretary 35
Gymnastics 2,35 Asian Club 1,25
Co-chairman 35 . , . will miss
cheering, the float committee
meetings and especially all her
new and old friends at Su-Hi . ..
likes cheering, laughing, and
going crazy with friends,
MARTHA ALICIA CASTILLO . ..
will miss her three closest friends
and the good times goofing
around during lunch time.
ARLENE ANN CASTILLO , . . will
miss old and new teachers,
except lVlr. Inzunza.
VIVIAN CASTRO . , . Viv
EVANGELINA CELICEO ..,
CAROL LYNN CERVANTES . ..
Cer was in Track 1,2,3, Tennis
2,35 Peer Counselor 2,35 Big!
Little Sister 3, will miss the years
when her life started from
teenager to adult . , . loves to
play tennis, mostly enjoys the
forests of Northern California.
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HOPE CHAMBERS BERTHA CHAVEZ JAMES CHAVEZ
JOSEPH CHAVEZ YVONNE CHAVEZ JOFFRE CLARK
GARY ALLEN CLARK GLORIA IVIIRELLA COLLINS . .. DONALD CORTELL
Waterfalls . ,. will miss Mr,
WILLIAM A. COSTALES
DEBRA LEE COX
ALLEN STEVEN CRESTIK
NANCY MARIE DAVIS . . . was
active in Red Cross Club 2, Float
Committee 3, and Letter Carrier
3 . , . will miss all the fun times
she had trying to share the
locker with four people . ..
collects hippos and being with
CARlVl EN DECIIVIA
DENNIS DEBERRY . . . or Big
Nose was in Senate 1,2,3, Class
Council l,2,3, Chess Club 1,25
Varsity Wrestling 2,3, J.V. Track
1, Imp and Devil Club 1,2,3,
C.S.F. 1,2,3, . .. hopes to be the
best at whatever he tries . . .
wants to be a jet pilot...
remembers going to football
games and watching G.W. and
D.E. catch touchdowns
ELENA ROSE DELAFUENTE
FRANK DELAROSA . . . was in
BERNARD SALVADOR DE LOS
REYES . .. Bernie was in
Knowledge Bowl 2,3, Orchestra
2,3, ...will miss Nls. Pugh's
Psych class, attending football
games, everyday hassle of
getting in line at lunch . . . likes
to mess around with friends,
making noise at football games,
making noise in lVls. Pugh's
ANNA DEL ROSARIO . ..
Comadre Banana was in Varsity
Tennis 1,2,3, ASB Attorney
General 3, Class Council 1,2,3,
CSF 1,2,3, Asian Club 1,2,3, . ..
will miss all her dear friends and
teachers who made her years at
Sweetwater most memorable . ..
enjoys being with her family and
friends and playing tennis,
dancing and driving her l'FIAT".
ANDREW DEL TORO . . . Andy
was in Varsity Tennis 2,3, . ..
will miss all the friendly people,
going to the football games,
calling Wayde llDumkoff" . ..
likes to make and eat Italian and
Mexican food, likes to kid around
JEANETTE MARIE DE LUCIA
... Shorty will most remember
her sophomore year. . . wants to
someday become a social worker,
raise a family, and live a life of
peace and happiness.
VALERIE DIANE DEUEL . ..
Duck will miss lVls. Follendorf's
Creative Writing class 5th period,
all the good times at lunch, and
the Football games . . . was in
Campus League 2,3, Student
Activities 3, . . . likes to sew,
swim, bowl, camp, be with
friends and have good times.
COLLEEN ANN DEVANEY . ..
Col was in Choir 2, Vocal
Ensemble 3, . . . will remember
the Choir trips, and the funny
faces Nlrs. Charles made to make
us smile... likes
horsebackriding, and having a
good time with her friends.
VIRGIL ALLEN DEWITT . . . SOS
Pad likes all outdoor activities,
likes 4 wd trucks . . . was in
Varsity Golf 1,2,3,
HEIDI ANN DRUMMOND . ..
was in Biccentennial Club 2,
Varsity Track 1,2, Cross Country lVlARIVEL DIAZ
2, Softball lVlgr. 1, . .. likes
DAVID DIAZ reading, going to the beach, PHILIP DIAZ DE LEON
jogging with her dog, Autumn,
DAVID A. DIAZ and being with Richard. LUDIVINDA DUBLADA
JUDY GRACE DREW
GINA DUKE . . . she'll miss
ditching and having good times
with Nlaria, Pat, Nlark, Robert
and most of all Greg . .. she
wants to keep Greg as happy as
she can for the rest of his life.
WESLEY DANIEL EATON...
Wes was in Varsity Football 3,
Varisty Track 3, Chess Club 2,
German Club 2, . . , will
remember being lVIetro Champs
1977, the Lincoln!Su-Hi CIF
game, and Elaine lVlangosing in
Psychology . .. likes to play
football, hopes someday to
become a Physical Education
CATHERINE AGUON ENRIQU EZ
.,. Cat was in ID Corps HR" 2g
Asian Club 1,2,3g , . . will always
remember meeting Ricky on April
IVIAXINE EDWARDS 12, 1976 ESTELLA ESTRADA
EDGAR EGUIZA THEA ERICKSON JULIE ESTRADA OSCAR FAMANIA
ALUGASI ENOSA JOSE LUIS ESPINOZA FLOYD A. FAIIVAE ALVIN FARMER
ESTHER FERNANDEZ . , . was
in Uniform Group 35 . . . always
will remember the football games
and being in uniform groups with
Volie, Monie, and Martha while it
lasted . . . wants to go to
ROSEANN M. FLORES
RUDLFO FLORES, JR.
BENNY P. FONTILLAS, JR. . ..
Bunz likes to play his trumpet
and being with Diana . . . was in
Asian Club 1,2,3g Pep Band lg
Marching Band l,2,3g Assistant
Drum Major 25 Drum Major 3g
Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3g ...will
miss all the trials and
tribulations of being a high
ALFREDO FORTALIZA . . . Tuffy
was in Football 1,2,3g Float
Committee 1,2,3g . . . will miss
football, good times talkino all
my bull to the mugs . . . likes to
party, listen to rock. . .wants to
be the best commercial artist
and have the money to show it,
LAURA LYNN FOWLER ...
Sunflower . . . was in class
Council 35 Campus League 1,2,3y
Imp and Devil 2,35 Action Club 2,
president 35 Gallery 3g . . . will
miss Mr. Gipson, Ms. Anderson,
and Mrs. Charles. The friends
she will leave behind, and pep
assemblies . . , likes to be with
my friends, go camping, football
games and trip out.
JAN L. FRANKSON
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MICHAEL JOSEPH GALLEGOS
,,. Pear was in JV Football 1,
Varsity 2, Class Council 3, . .,
likes partying, concerts, the Hicks
and going out , . . will always
remember when his brother
played in the semifinals and he
didn't . , , with God's guidance,
he hopes to someday nnd all
goals achieved and be happy
GLORIA ELENA GALVAN .,.
was active in CSF 1,3, Pep Club
1, Annual Staff 3, Class Council
1,3, Float Committee 1,3, . .,
will miss football and basketball
games and Mr. Don. Will never
forget all the friends she found
at SuAHi . . . likes to make people
happy, and travel, Plans to
become an airline hostess,
MARK A. GARCIA
YOLANDA YVONNE GARCIA
KURT ALLEN GIESER . . . Tigger
will miss friends and activities,
teachers and car rallies . . . was
in Choir 1,2, Vocal Ensemble 3,
JV Tennis 1, Red Cross 2, . ..
likes tennis, driving, horse back
riding, swimming, bowling, the
beach, parties, snow and the
DENNIS GINN Silver Fox
was in JV Football lg Raquetball
3, Photo Club 2,3, Class Council
2,3, Float Committee 2,3, . ..
will miss some of the people, not
all, but some . . . likes
photography, freehand and
architectural drawing. Which
someday he hopes to get into.
Also to get married sometime to,
l'who else," Dawn.
JOSEPH DUMAYAS GIRON
Joe plans to go to college and
live a happy life . . . was in Asian
Club 2,3, Pep Club 2, Float
Committee 2, Basketball 1,2
Varsity 3, to cherish all of
happiness with Candy.
EUGENA RITA DUEANS GOGUE
. , , Jeannie was in Float
Committee 1,3, Asian Club 1,3,
. , . will miss the special talks
about 2134, 1222, with Jeannie,
laughs shared with friends ,..
will always remember the way
she felt about that special
someone, 134, Homecoming
night 1O!14!77, and the parties
. . . likes sports and dancing.
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GOIVIEZ . . . Nloni will remember
French cultural experiences,
football and basketball games,
trip to Acapulco and Mexico and
all the stomachaches I got from
laughing so much in lVlr.
lVleredith's class . ,, my goal is
to become a certified public
accountant for an airline,
JOSE A. GOIVIEZ
DAVID ALLEN GONZALES . ..
Goony was in Chess Club 1,
Football Manager 3, Senator 3
...will miss the people, football
team, the girls, and making pop
corn . , , likes camping, tishing,
hiking and playing with his
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THEODORE H. GONZALES
LETICIA GONZALES . ., Letty
will miss the fun and laughter
that she shared with her best
friends . . , wants to go to college
and major in Home Economics.
PRICILLA ANN GONZALES . ..
Percy or lllVliss Priss" was in
Float Committee l,2,3, Class
Council 1,2,3, Pep Club 2,3, . ..
will miss egging, football games
with gang and Wayde's animal
cookies . . . wants to attend
college and party.
ISABELITA GREGORIA . .. Lisa
likes to sew, go out... was
involved with Class Council 1,2,3g
Pep Club 2,3, Float Committee
SUSAN DANA GREYWACZ . ..
Susie will miss Guillermo in
Biology class, and all'her friends
and people that she's come to
know in the three years , ..
participated with the Su-ettes
1,2g Varsity Tennis Team 3, and
Annual Staff 2,3g . . . likes to be
with Donald and being happy
and make people laugh.
STEPHEN KEITH GRIFFITH
Steve was in football 3, . . . will
miss the 1977 Varsity Football
team, and their chance to go to
the stadium ...likes to go to
parties, play football, and lift
JOE E. GROSS
MONICA A. GUADERRAMA
JANIS LYN GUALCO .. , likes
sports and parties . . . was in
gymnastics 1,25 Float Committee
2,35 . . . will miss the mugs and
the mug bug.
KENNETH HADLEY , . . Sadly
was in JV Football 1, Varsity 2,35
Metro Champs . . . will miss most
Friday night football games, and
all the guys at lunch time . ..
wants to be a carpenter or a
SCOTT ROBERT HAMMOND . ..
was in Golf 15 Water Polo 2,35
Swimming Team 2,35
Lamplighters 25 Senior
Standouts 35 CSF 25 . . , hopes to
become a Forester live in the
mountains, and persue
contentment, love, and prosperity
WANDA ANN HANNUM ..,was KELLEY MARIE HAWKINS . ,.
basketball and softball mgr . , . was in Float Committee 35
will miss all her friends and Variety Show 35 National City's
teachers . . . wants to be an Jr. Miss 35 Racquetball Club 35
interior designer. . , , will miss the gang around the
platform in front of the ASB at
CLIFFORD JOE HASTINGS break - -- WGS Playing
racquetball, sewing, swimming.
LORI ELIZABETH HAWKINS
LAURA KATHY HILL
IKUKO JOAN HOLLOWAY . ..
Pocahontas was in Marching
Band 2,3, Pep Band 3, Band,
IVIAFIA 3, Campus League 1,
Secretary 2,3, Action Club 2,3,
Imp and Devils 2, Gallery Staff
LINDA S. HOWERTON ,..
FVELYN HERNADEZ Woodstock was involved in Float
Committee 1,2,3, Red and Gray
ILEANA P HERNANDEZ l,2, Editor-in-Chief 3, , , . will
remember ditchinq class and the
IVIARIANNE R HERNANDEZ good times with Debbie..
DEBORA ANN HUCKABY . ..
Huck participated in the Art Club
2,3, .. . will miss being with her
friends in the smoking area . ,.
loves oil painting, camping in the
mountains or the desert, likes
being with her friends at
Sweetwater Roller Rink.
UH" DONALD HUGHES, JR. . ,.
Homegrown was actively involved
with the Senate l,2, Float
Committee 2,3, French Club 2,3,
CSF 2,3, Red and Gray 2, Copy
Editor 3, AFS 1,2, president 3,
Class Council 1,2,3, Swimming
l,2,3, Imps and Devils 1,2,3,
Commissioner of Public Relations
3, Su-Hi News 3, Lamplighters,
Historian 3, . .. likes to water
ski, go see the 'tRocky Horror
Picture Show" with the usuals.
THOMAS HUTCHASON . . . Tom
was in Imps and Devils 1,2,3,
Ass't Commissioner of Service 2,
Ass't Commissioner of Store 2,
Lamplighters 3, Float Committee
2,3, .. . will always remember
Homecoming 77 . . . all my
friends at the WHOPPER!
BRITT HUTCHISON . , . Bret was
in Choir 1,2, Red Cross 3, . ..
likes camping, hiking, tennis . ,.
will miss football games, all his
friends and mostly the teachers
who have helped him.
TEODORA JAN LEY
ELISABETH JERDO ... Liz will
miss all the fun she and the gang
had together, and the 'lopenf
closed" campus . .. likes to play
tennis and spend the rest ofthe
time at the beach catching the
BRYAN EDWARD JOHNSON...
BJ likes competitive roller
skating, photography, psychology
and just enjoying life. Also,
would like to continue to college
. , , was in Class Council 1,2, NFL
1, Secretary!Treasurer 2,3, VTS!
Monitor 1,2,3, Photo Club 3,
Senate 3, Imps and Devils 3,
Disc Jockey 3, Swimming 2,3,
Red and Gray 2, Head
Photographer 3, ...will
remember having fun with the
Swimming Team of 76, Red and
Gray, and Senate.
LARS JOHNSON ... Pirate was
in JV Track l,2, Varsity 3, . ..
will miss the people and the
goons . . . wants to kick back and
relax, be himself, to give
something back to life.
JOEL SCOTT JOHNSTON ...will
miss playing football and playing
volleyball in P.E .... was in JV
Football 2,3, Varsity 2,3.
ANDREW LEE JONES
ANN CAROL JONES . . . was in
Knowledge Bowl, CSF . . . will
miss friends and teachers . ..
likes to play tennis, bowl, go to
movies, and read gothic romance
DEOK YUNG KIlVl ...Jennie was
in CSF, Interact Club, Knowledge
Bowl, Imps and Devils . . . likes
to read, swim, and play tennis.
MARY LOUISE JUBACH .,,
Jubacki was in Su-ettes 1,2,
Sophomore Class Secretary 1,
Class Council l,2,3g Nlarching
Band, Stage Band 1,2,3, Tennis
Team 2g Float Committee 1,2,3g
Ski-Club 2,35 Su-ette Spirit
Cheerleader 2, want to go to
college, major in Special
Education for handicapped
children ...will miss good times
with the l'GANG" Kris, Aud, San
TRINA A. KALINA
1 3 7
5 i I
fil KANDACE STAR KNIGHT . ..
Kandy will miss the fun times
and the friends she made in
swimming ...was in swimming
l,2,35 Water Polo l,2,35 NFL 2,
Gallery Staff 3... hopes to go
on to college and become a
successful dentist5 likes to be
happy in all she does and to
pAUl-A JEAN LANE BEATRIZ LEDESMA
GEORGE ASA LANGFORD . .. KELLEY LEE
Mighty Mouse was-in Float
Committee l,2,35 Track l,2,35 JV
Football 15 . . . will always
remember summer with Diana
Ridriquez . . , wants to own an
outstanding looking home, start
hiw own business, be wealthy,
ALFONSO LE ALCALA III . . . Al
will always remember scoring
two goals against San Diego,
making l3'0" feet and more, and
his counselor Mrs. Ocha . ..
Senior Class President 35 JV
Track 1, Varsity 2,35 Varsity
Soccer l,2,35 JV Football 1,
Class Council l,2,35 CSF l,2,35
JAMES ARTHUR LIESMAN ...
Jaime was in Orchestra l,2,35
Marching Band 35 Stage Band 35
Asian Club 1,25 Ski Club 2,35 Art
Club l,2,35 Lamplighters 15 Red
Cross 25 Shutter Bugs 25
Cafeteria worker 1,25 Imps and
Devila l,2,35 , , . will miss
shouting, Ms. Shine, my art
designs of sunsets, and going
crazy at football games . . . likes
to paint, music and would like to
major in art.
ROSA MARIA LIM . . . was in
Class Council l,2,35 CSF 1,25
Basketball Stat 2,35 Varsity
Tennis 2,35 ...wants to go to'
college and become an
elementary school teacher, live in
the faith of Christ by bringing
sunshine into lives with smiles of
friendship . , . will remember the
good times after the football
games and basketball games.
DEAN JOSEPH LOCKWOOD
LOIVIIBAO, JR .... Rick was
active in Vocal Ensemble 1,2,35
Peer Counselor 35 Homecoming
Committee 2,35 Campus League
35 Red and Gray 2,35 Senior
RONALD PAUL LONGLEY . ..
Ron was a member of the Ski
Club 35 Peer Counselor 35
Lamplighters 35 AFS 2,35 BBXSP
35 ,. . will miss Ending out more
of his friends.
CONSUELO LOPEZ . .. Connie
hopes someday to go to Bible
College, 5 ,was in Campus League
1,2,35 CSF 25 Action Club 2,35
Red and Gray 2,35 Gallery, 2,35
enjoys playing the piano and the
guitar, writing and needlework.
TINA LOPEZ . .. Pooches will
miss the eggings, football games
and Priscilla's and Lisa's short
jokes . . . was in Float Committee
1,2,35 Class Council 1,2,35 Pep
Club 2,35 Basketball 25 . . . likes
photography, parties and that
KAREN MARIE LORD . , , Smiley
was manager of the wrestling
team 3, . . . will miss the good
times and the guys, will always
remember her senior year and
the guys on the team .., likes
being with friends and having a
THERESA NOREEN LOYA . ..
Farrah Fawcett II was involved
with Class Council 2,35 FHA 3,
Choir 2,3, . . . will miss pep
assemblies, and peanut butter
cake... likes to dance, watch
TV, write scripts, and watch
NIAGTIBAY . ., lVlila was in the
Asian Club l,2,3, Imps and Devils
l,3g . . . hopes to reach her goal,
enjoy life, and do things that
she's always wanted to do.
IVIAGDALENA IVIALDONADO . ..
Nena likes going off campus
when there was an assembly,
hitting her friend Julieta when
she got mad, playing volleyball
and basketball . . . will miss her
friends, her teachers, especially
lVlr. Evans, the Spanish teacher,
and Charles Weeks, especially
when he called her 'lBruja".
ELAINE IVIANGOSING , . . Nlango
was Var. Volleyball, Softball,
basketball 1,2,3, Var. pep squad
3, speech team 1,2,3, NFL 1,2,3,
Asian 1,2, CSF 2, Choir 2,35 ASB
V.P. 3, comm. or student act. 2,
. . . will miss the ASB gang . ..
plans to attend college and
major in Tele-communication,
wants to become the Philipina
version of Barbara Walters.
CARIVIEN L. lVlARTINEZ .. . will
miss her friends and T.E ....
likes to go out with her friends to
parties, dances, and concerts,
hopes to go to college and
become a bilingual legal
secretary or a bankteller.
DANIEL IVIARTINEZ . . . was in
Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 3, Red
Cross Club 2, Float Committee 3,
Chess Club 2, ...will miss all the
great times he had with the
DAVID MARTIN EZ
DEBRA MARTIN EZ
HENRY IVIARTINEZ . . . was All
CIF 1ST Team Offense 3, All
lVletro 2,3, . . . likes kicking back.
JESSE MARTIN EZ
IVIAYNARD , . . will miss the
drama dept., the Sweethearts
ball, and her junior year, . . .was
in Lamplighters 1,2,3, Thespians
2, President 3, Adv. Drama 1,2,3,
Les Cherettes 1,2, Su-Hi Service
Club Pres. 3, . ,, enjoys acting
and the theater arts, dancing,
and being with someone special!
EDWARD PAUL lVlAZEY
MICHELLE IVIELLEGERS . ..
Shell was in Varsity Volleyball
1,2,3g Su-ettes 1,25 SHS Club 3,
Float Committee 3, member of
the l'Three Mouseketeers" 2,
Red and Gray 1,2,3, Class
Council 1,35 . . . will miss the
football games, the fun times
with Dennis and Beth in Red and
Gray, playing volleyball,
weightlifting, Coach Smith . . .
likes to go to the movies and be
JOHN PAUL lVlENDIVIL . . . was
in Basketball 2, JV Football 2,
JV Baseball 1, Varsity 2,35 CSF
1,2,3, . . . will always remember
lVlr, Stewart's biology class . ..
likes sports and being with
friends and others.
HENRY NIENDOZA . . , was in JV
Football 1, JV Cross Country 25
JV Track 1,2, German Club 2.
ROBERT AREMNAS IVIENDOZA
... RANI hopes to travel to
Europe . . . likes listening to
music, meeting new people,
having a good time with his
friends and partying! .,. was in
ASB Commissioner of Finance 3
CSF 1,2,3, Asian Club 1,2, Co-
chairman 3, Sophomore Class
Treasurer lj Float Committee
1,2,3, Imps and Devils 1,2,3,
Ass't Comm. of Tickets 2, JV
Wrestling 1,2, Class Council 2,3,
ASB DJ 2,3.
JESSE ALEX IVIERCADO
SHEILAH IVIORENO NIERLAN
MARTHA ALICIA MONTES DE
OCA . . . was in CSF 1,2,3g Class
Council 1,2,3g Basketball Stat. 3g
. . , will miss Angel Reed
borrowing her chemistry book
. . . likes to go to college and be
successful in whatever career she
FRAN K MORALES
WENDELL MOORE MARIA EUGENIA MORENO
MARTHA MORINEAU . . , ID
Corps 3g enjoys dancing, concerts
and going out , . . will miss all
her friends and the dumb things
they did. Will always remember
ditching and going to eat.
FRANCIS MARIA MUNOZ
ROSA LINDA MUNOZ .. . will
remember her friends, the good
football games, and the llth
grade typing class with Mr.
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MARY MURRAY, was in float
comm. 1,2,3, Su-ettes 2, J.V.
Cheer 2, Var. 3, Var, Track,
Softball, 1,2,3, J.V. Volleyball 1,
Homecoming Court 3, Jr. Miss 3,
Good Times 1,2,3, . . , will miss
going out with the l'mug" gang,
and crusing in the l'Mug Bug"
... likes sports, cheering, and
going out after the football and
NICHOLAS NORMAN NASTAV or
Barbarian, hopes to be himself
and get out of life what he puts
into it... likes surfing,
construction work and enjoys
TUYETAN H NGUYEN
KAREN D. NOSAL or Nose, was
in Su-ettes 1,25 basketball
Statistician 1, Girls League 1,
CSF lg J.V. pep squad 25 Hoat
comm.1,2,swimming 1 . ..
wants to become a nurse and
share the rest of her life with
Albert... will remember the car
accident with Lisette and Dawn,
and going out with the ltmug
ZAN DRA OJ EDA
JOSEPH JOHN O'KEEFE, JR.,
Basketball 1, J,V. 2, Var. 3,
baseball l,2, var. 3, NFL 2, Pres.
3, Lamplighters 2,35 ITS 2,3,
Adv. Drama production of
I'Matchmaker" and the ltPrime
of Miss Jean Brodie", will always
remember winning the best
comedy award at the '77 scene
festival, and all the times he had
MARIA ELIZABETH OSUNA or
Liz, Volleyball 1,2, Var. 3, soccer
man. 2, Latino Club 1, French
Club 2, Mexico City trip 2. . .will
never forget all the happy days
she had here with her friends,
especially the guys from the
soccer team, hopes to become a
doctor and marry the guy she
ANTONIO PASCUAL PABLO or
Tony, Asian Club 1,2,3, wrestling
var. 3, . . . will miss all 3 years of
fun and laughter and every single
friend he has made in these past
years, oh yeah, Uthe goon joke"
... likes foosball, movies and
MARY CATHERINE PABON,
Class Council 2,35 basketball stat.
2,3, Pep Club 2, Speech Team 3
. . . will miss being with all her
friends at lunch, football and
basketball games . . . wants to
attend college and raise a
beautiful and loving family.
ALICIA PACH ECO
RUTH ELIZABETH PARKER or
Rufus, swim team timer 1,2,3,
Class Council 2,3, AFS 1, sec. 2,
trea. 3, peer counselor 3, . . . will
miss football games, P.E. with
Miss Lewis, being with her
friends, senior year, and Miss
Michael . .. hopes to become a
registered nurse, likes to work at
the hospital and going out with
her special guy.
CARIVIEN PASTRANA or Negra,
will miss photography and gym,
the fun she had with J.C. and the
football assemblies . . . likes
swimming, dancing, softball and
volleyball . . . will always
MARY ELLEN PATTISON was in
Su-ettes 1,2, SHS 3, float comm.
35 Photo Club 2, three
mouseketeers 2, . . . will miss
football games . . . likes to go
shopping, eating and being with
Robert. Wants to become an
airline stewardess and someday
JULIE THERISE PAYNE . ..
Letter carrier 3, float comm. 3,
CSF l,2, . . . will miss sharing a
locker with 3 other people and
going to football games . . . will
remember the Fallbrook
basketball game in 76.
JOHN HENRY PHILLIPS
SHERILYN L. PHILLIPS or
Sheri, volleyball 1,2,3, softbal
1,2,3, basketball 1,2,3,
bicentennial club 1, CSF 1,2,3,
2nd team Nletro volleyball 2, lst
team 3, lst team lVletro softball
2, will miss girls sports and all of
the good times that shes had . ..
likes to play sports, and do
things with her friends.
CAROLYN PIIVIENTEL, float
comm. 1,2,3, Su-ettes 1,25
bicentennial club 1, volleyball
1,2, swimming 1, basketball 2,
. . . will miss the good times with
all of the "mug gang" . . . wants
to be happy and have a chance
for the kind of life she's hoped
RANDY PIN KERTON
lVlOISES PLON EDA
CHARLES ANTHONY POLLACK
or Chuck, was in band 1,2,3, will
miss halftime shows and going
on parades with the band , ..
likes to play basketball, being
with his girlfriend Teresa E, and
have fun with the guys in band,
JESSLYN DENISE PONCE or
Sha-Sha, MECHA 1,
Bicentennial Trip Club 1, Photo
Club 1, softball J.V. 2, baseball
stat. 2, CSF 3, . . . will miss the
fun that Mr. Hodges and Mr.
Canaris added to our trip . ..
likes photography and sports . ,.
would like to make it through
college as a writer and
photographer, while making a
very special someone happy,
REBECCA PORTILLO or Becky,
will remember being friends with
Antonia Valdez and all the fun
we had on our football team ..
will miss football games . , . likes
to cut classes and go eat with
Monie, Martha and Yolie.
CYNTHIA ANN POWELL or Cindy
was in gymnastics 2, ...will
miss all her friends . . . wants to
marry that special someone,
enjoy life to its fullest and be
successful in anything.
FERDY PRECLARO, was in float
comm. 1,2,3, class council 1,2,3,
comm. of student activities 3,
CSF 1,2,3, Class V.P. 1, senior
standout 3, Red and Gray 1,2,
Sports Ed. 3, . . . will remember
Good Times Sept '76, June '78,
"Back of the room gang" in
annual staff, talking to Teresette
and Alma's best friend Terri,
Toni llCald's" problems . .. likes
to go to the beach, have a good
time with good company, and
llMake Money" wants to learn
how to surf right.
MARCELLA MARINA PRENDEZ
or Marcie, MECA 1, softball 2,
Var, 3, friendship team 3, fioat
comm. 2,3, Imp and Devils 3, . ..
likes to draw, paint, be outdoors
.. . wants to be an R.N.
DIANA ESTELA PRESTON,
MECHA 3, will miss Mr,
Inzunza, his class help and
encouragement... likes going
places and just being with
CECILIA BERNICE PRICE or
Squinky, Su-Hi News . . , likes to
eat and be with the
'lmamadells", especially with
Bonifacio Munoz, Jr.
SAMMY JAY PURVIS, J,V. Cross
Country 1, Basketball man, 1,
JIMMY HIDALGA QUILON will
miss the friends he grew with.
ROSARIO A. QUINATA, Su-Hi
News 35 Volleyball 2,35
Basketball 2,35 class council . ..
will miss Barbara, Elaine,
Sheilah, especially all her friends
in Volleyball, basketball and also
the tennis team, and coming into
the career center every day after
ROSA RANIIREZ, Drill team 25 ID
35 will miss her friends and
school activities . . . likes to camp
with a group of friends and
skate, go bike riding and draw,
VALERIE ANN RAIVIIREZ
CASSANDRA LEE RAIVIOS
MARIA LOURDES RAIVIOS
IVIICHELE ELAINE REON or
Frenchie, CSF 1,25 Su-Hi News
1,25 Su-ettes 1,25 Class Council
1,25 Pep Club 25 ...will miss
going to the games . . . likes to
ALISON LORETTA REYES
DONNA JEAN REYES
LORA LYNN REYNOLDS or Taco,
swimming 1,2,3, float comm. 2,3,
Class Council 2, . , . will miss Mr.
Gibson, all the fun times and fun
people she met these past three
years . . . likes swimming,
laughing and going out with
TERRIE SUE RICHARDSON, Red
and Gray 1,2, Senior Ed. 3, Choir
1,2, Class Council 2,3, class
treas, 2, Co-Chairman Vareity
Show 3, AFS 2,3, Pep Club Pres.
2, , . , will miss annuals llBack of
the room" gang, Ferdy's jokes of
my friend Alma, Teresette, the
good times with Jackie, Kathy
and Lisa . . . will remember her
Jr. year, deadlines, and all the
choir trips . . . wants to become
a legal secretary and move out of
LISETTE RICO . . . was in Float
comm. 1,2,3, J.V, pep squad 2,
Var. 3, softball 1,2,3, senior
standout 3, Homecoming court
3, Red and Gray 1,2,3, . . . will
remember beingwith Karen and
Dawn when Karen sank the boat,
finding 520.00 with Linda, and
PATRICIA MAE RIGGS or Patti
Mae, class council l,2, float
comm. 2,3, Ensemble 2,3, AFS
3, Jr. Miss 3, . . . will miss all of
the super people that she met,
especially Karen, Lisa, Terri, her
buddies . . . likes singing, sewing,
BARBARA MAE ROBERTS or
Boo Boo, CSF 1,2, Volleyball 2,
co-captain 2, Var. Track 1,2,3,
Literary Magazine 2,3, advisor to
Editor 3 . . . will miss Mr.
Doncheski, Guillermo, Katie, Ms,
Lewis and Mr. Martinez!! also
miss the good times at football
and basketball games, and the
good time in V.B. and Track . ..
loves natural things, being
herself and meeting people who
are the same.
DEBRA LEE ROBERTS or Deb,
Su-Hi News 2, Editor 3, class
council 1,2,3, basketball stat.
2,3, Imp and Devil 2, float comm.
1,2,3, Pep Club 2, Quill and
Scroll 3, . . . will miss being
weird with all her friends . .,
likes going to games and Rocky
Horror with the usuals.
JACQUELINE ROBINSON or
Jackie, will miss cheering,
KENT DAVID ROBINSON
ROSAN NA ROBLEDO
DIANA LEE RODRIGUEZ
gymnastics 1,2,35 fioat comm. 25
will miss her friends and the
good times at Su-Hi, not being
able to take P.E. two times a day
to bug the coaches . . . wants to
fulhll her goals in life and marry
her special guy.
ELIAS THOMAS RODRIGUEZ or
Lee Rod football 2,35 baseball
2,35 . . . will miss football and
the chance we had to show San
Diego we had the HBADDESTH
team and the UStonies" . . , likes
to play sports, party with his
friends and just jive around . ..
wants to enjoy life the best way
he can maybe someday be a rich
SALLIE ANNE RODRIQUEZ or
IIQui Chang" Marching band
1,2,35 Pep band 1,2,35 Band
Council sec. 35 Maha 35 ...will
miss Mike Duke and his 4 Hats,
r.o. and the l'family" . . . likes to
be destructive with the Family
during and after band events.
ANALYN CRYSTAL ROLLAN or
Twin, CSF 1,2,35 Knowledge bowl
2,35ASiar1 Club 35 ASB 1,2,35
Comm. of Store 35 Imp and Devil
1,2,35 will miss the ASB
knowledge bowl tournaments,
the devil horns, Su-Hi! . . . likes
to work at games, watch games,
cook, read, work and go to
EVALYN CRYSTAL ROLLAN or
Twin, comm. of concessions 35
knowledge bowl 2,35 CSF 35
asian club 35 Imp and Devil 1,35
will miss friends and teachers of
Su-Hi . . . likes to play tennis,
read, work, and join clubs.
Wants to go to Whittier or UCLA
and become a Bio Analyst.
AUREA MARTIN EZ ROSALDO
JOANN GOGUE ROSARIO
WAYNE ROWLAND or Duck, will
miss eating animal cookies at the
football games with Donald, Miss
Priss, Ann, Anna, Lynn and the
rest of the gang and especially
eating pringles and yogurt with
Cindy . , . likes to work with
animals and watch cartoons for
the rest of his life, while eating
wheaties and yogurt.
SONIA ANTONIA RUAN
GUSTAVO SA LGADO
ELENA MARTIN SALUDARES,
Asian Club l,3, float comm. 1,35
volleyball 1,35 softball 1,35
basketball lg . . , wants to let life
come as it goes and successfully
go to college and major in
nursing . . . will remember
summer school of '77, the gang,
and friends . .. likes going to
IVIARYAN E SANCHEZ
LISA GAYLE SANDERS or Lisa
Gay, water polo 1,2,3, swimming
1,2,3, class council 1,2,3, AFS
1,2,3, float comm. 1,2,3, Devil
doers 1. Lamplighters 1 Ski Club
3, Senior standout 3 . . . will
miss co-ed water polo, her
Inspiration l'lewie", Pitts,
Verdugo, Karen, Patty, Terri and
Zarecky, football games and
most of the basketball games . . .
would like to go to a 4 year state
college and someday become a
SARA SAN DOVAL
KRISTINE SATTERTHWAITE or
Kris, gymnastics 1,2, tennis 2,
su-ettes 1,2: SHS 3, Ski Club 2,
Pres. 3, Homecoming court 3,
. . . will miss and remember all
the fun and crazy times with the
llgang" . . . likes to ski and go to
the beach . , . will always
TAMARA ELIZBETH SHUMAN
or Tam, track team 3, tennis 3,
...will miss all of the people
she's met , . . likes to play tennis
be with her friend Susie,
reminisce old times and just be
as active as she can.
MARIA SIM ENTAL
ALETHA TERESA SIMPSON
DARREN A. SIMMS
KAREN SLAVINSKY or Pollack,
class council 1,2, class V.P. 3,
CSF 1,25 Treas. 3, AFS 1,2,3,
Hoat comm. l,3g Ski Club 2,3g
Homecoming court 3, senior
standout 3, . . , will remember
the carefree days of good times
spent with beautiful people from
Sept '75 to June '78 . . . would
like to travel, experience life and
become a good teacher and
GARY DEAN SMART
NAOMI JOAN SMITH or Ned,
Softball, basketball 1,2,3, Tennis
1,2,3, CSF 1,2g Sec. 35 Red Cross
2, French Club 2,3g peer
counseling 3, llGallery" editor 3,
AFS 2,3g . . . will miss the few
teachers who have taught her so
much, and sports . . . likes to
draw, write, listen to piaf and
SHANNON LEE SMITH
REBECCA MARIA SOTELO
PHILLIP G. SOTH RAS
SCOTT ANTHONY STEELE
marching band 1,2535 pep band
152,35 AFS 1,2, maytime band
review comm. 2,35 will miss being
in band . . , likes to play music
and be with friends.
GEORGE E. STOUTENBURG was
on J.V. football 1,25 Var. 35 J.V.
baseball 15 Var. 2,35 wrestling 1
...likes to party with friends, be
outdoors and surf. DAVE SPARKlVlAN
PAUL EVERETT STRUBLE ERIC ANDREW STEWART
WILLIAM L. STRAHAN or Bill,
Imp and Devil 1525 AFS 152,35
float comm. 25 Adv. Drama 2,35
ITS 253: Lamplighters 1,25
wants to study for a degree in
restaurant management and
some day own his own . ..
ROSLYN ANNE SUE or Roz, was
in class council 1,2,35 CSF 1,2
Pres. 35 NFL 2,35 French Club
152,35 senior standout 35 Jr.
Nliss. 35 . , . will miss being a
part of the l'5" stooges . ..
would like to attend Biola College
and major in communications.
KAY FRANCES SU PSIC
LYNN PATRICE TAKESHITA
LAVO NYA TAY LO R
LISA RENE TAYLOR or Kid, I.D.
corps 35 . . . will miss waking up
before the cock crows, some of
her teachers and friends . . . likes
being with her boyfriend as much
as she can,'likes to cook, and
LINDA MARIE TEGARDINE will
miss partying with all her friends
...wants to become a success in
modeling and to be happy with
CECILIA TEJEDA will miss all
her friends . . . plans to go to
college, wants to marry Anthony
Cano and show her love and
understanding for him and live a
happy and successful life with
ROLDAN ALLEN NIALIKSI
TEROY CSF 1,2,35 marching
band 1,2,35 Pres. 35 Pep band
l,2,35 Boy's State will miss the
breath taking inspirations of
Kathy Brown since the summer
THIBEAU LT, Hag corp capt. 2,35
Imp and Devil 2,35 Class sec. 2,
Asian Club 1,25 Red and Gray 35
class council 25 Hoat comm. 25
...will miss friends, Ferdy's
friends, crazy times and R2-D2
. . . will always remember taking
first at Camarillo '77-78 . . . likes
to have fun, to go the beach with
her friends . . . hopes to attend
college and be successful in life.
VANESSA RENEE TOOKES
MARK WAYNE TORBETT
SANDRA KAY UNERTL or Turtle,
Red Cross Pres. 25 Su-ettes 2,35
Lamplighters 2,35Tl'1eSpiaVlS 2,35
Campus league 1,25 Drama 1,2,35
V. B. man. 25 . . . will miss the
friends she met along with the
teachers who helped her achieve
her goals . . . likes to go to the
mountains, be with lots of
people, loves acting and helping
others with the challenges along
STELLA MARIE DARAL UNGAB
or Stella, Hoat comm. 1,2,35
class council 25 Var. pep squad 35
will miss cheering at games,
being with her friends, her
favorite teachers . . . likes
cheering, going out to the parties
after the games with her friends
... plans to go to college and
ANN MARIE VALDICONZA or
Waldo, float comm. 2,35 class
council 2,35 pep club 25 ...will
miss acting crazy with Rody and
Taco, and the gang, wild Hoat
comm. meetings, the social life
... hopes to accomplish
everything she wants . . . likes to
sew, photo., gossip.
PATRICK A VALDIVIA or Pat,
was on Football 1,2,35 Metro
JANIS VAN SICKLE
SUSANA VEGA or Presidente,
ASB Pres. 35 CSF 1,2,3,:
Thespians 2,35 NFL 2,35 Les
Cherettes 1,25 SHS 35 MECHA 35
Lamplighters 1,25 Jr. Miss. 35
Senior standout 35 . . , will miss
the terrific people she's met
iteachers, tool and the
interesting experiences she's had
... likes to jog, ride her bike, be
alone, dance, play piano.
BENJAMIN VILLALOBOS or
Fingers will miss girl watching,
close contact with friends, and
always yelling out three certain
words , , . wants to live in a big
house, drive a fast car, own a fat
bank account and have fun with
a beautiful life.
DAWN VOGEL, Speech 2, class
council 1,2,3, Hoat comm. 1,25
gymnastic scorekeeper 1,
racquetball club 3, . . . will miss
her friendship with Mrs. Stevens,
car rallies, and Mr. Ditto's
spanish class . . . enjoys most
being with close friends Diana,
Charles, and especially Dennis
...wants to become a special
CAROL LYN WADE
LUCILLE WADE or Lucy
CHARLES E. WEEKS, Cross
Country 1,2,3, J.V., Var. track
2,35 . . . will miss his friends and
running cross country and track
,.. likes making new friends,
running and acting.
ELAINE CAROLYN WELCH
WESTFALL or Jutz, CSF 1, Girls
track 2, Pep Club 2, Les
Cherettes 2, SHS 3, class council
3, Hoat comm. 3, ...will miss
her friends . . . likes to travel,
draw and sketch, read, or just
have fun with friends.
ERNEST JIM WHITE
SCOTT DUAYNE WILLIAMS,
Newspaper staff, sports ed. 3,
DARLENE WILMA WILLTER,
French Club 3, will miss all
students and teachers, football
games enjoys learning everyday,
playing tennis, making people
laugh, working at Jack 3 and
being with Ed.
PATRICK M. WRIGHT
GLENN CAZAR LISA BARAGAS
JULIE YOIVIAUCHI DEBBIE GONZALES GREG CARTER FRANCIS ARIAS
FRANCISCA YEE AGUILINO GARCIA RUTH CARDOZA BARBARA ZUNIGA
ELENA GUZIVIAN JULIA PEREZ ANA MARIA VEGA FRANK WEBER
INOCENCIA IVIAGALLONES AIVIY RIVERA CHRIS WALKER TERESA VELASQUEZ
LUPE PINEDO ANDREW SHOOK CHARLES WHITLEY
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Opposite Page: Top Left - Secretary Dina Hall. Top Right - Nls.
Maggie Carrillo, Advisor.
Highlight of the year for the Class of '79 was capturing
the spirit stick at Homecoming by building the winning
float. President Geri Naputi led the mighty juniors
through the usual fund-raising activities, which included
pom-pom and pep ribbon sales plus a good share of car
washes. These projects, coupled with already proven
determination, promise a healthy bank account for their
CLASS COUNCIL. Row 1 - V. Murphin, B. Balough, D. Miscolta, S. Padilla, C. Tilley, G. Fontillas, A. Sopher, R. Lomibao, IVI. Tuminting, G.
Fontecha, Row 2 - G. Naputi, S. Nolla, A. Penaflor, R. Murrietta, D. Schroppe, C. Austin, L. Stewart, V. Balough, C. Gurule, C. Mendivil, S.
Nobles, E. Maigue, Row 3 - P. Bautista, J. Santoyo, L. Heinz, M. Costello, A. Angel, L. Bilodeau, M. Scott, C. Cunningham, T. Morrison, A.
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Linda Brown Teresa Cabrera
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Albert Calderon Deborah Cardenas John Case Noemi Chavarria
Toni Caldwell Alfredo Carrillo Ernestina Castaneda Ricardo Chavez
Annette Candelaria Lisa Carillo Debbie Castillo Rafael Chavira
TONY Cantarini Manuel Caring William Castillo Karton Chenelle
MHVQGYHH Cantero Jaf'0lYf1 Caftef Catherine Catudio Debbie Cogburn
Mitchell Davis Ligia Diaz
Frank Delattre lVlaria Diaz
William Cole Lourdes Contreras Carrie Crowson Connie Cunningham Antonio De La Serna Steven Diaz
Diane Colmenero John Cooper Bernard Crum Charles Davis Ronnie Del Rosario Michael Diaz De Leon
Ricardo Comaduran Robin Cox Evelyn Cruz Kathy Davis Johnny Descargar Karen Di Giulio
Jorge Contreras Denise Cronkright Bill Cumming IVlark Davis Enrique Diaz Darryl Dirison
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Grace Fontecha Martin Gallardo
Geraldine Fontillas Freddie Gallegos
Gafy Foster Olga Galvan
Cynthia Fox Dante Gambito
Donna Galaviz James Ganelin
Angela Gallardo Alfredo Garcia
Diane Gonzalez Sheri Gregory
Georgina Gonzalez Oscar Guerra
Cnarlena Gowans Elizabeth Guerrero
Paula Hebert Margarita Hernandez
Lori Heinz Monica Hernandez
Joel Hendricks Norma Hernandez
Alma Hernandez Ruel Hernandez
Darold Hurst Rosa Ibarra
lVlarco Ibanez Amalia Idos
Julio Ibarra Janet Iglesias
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Alfred Lopez Thomas Lynch
Martin Lopez Martha Macias
Robin Lotz Yvette Macias
Guadalupe Loza Randy Macoubrie
Michael Luck Edgar Maigue
Alejandra Luna Emelyn Maigue
Albert Marquez Joseph Martinez
Gilbert Marquez Leticia Martinez
Robert Marshall Martha Martinez
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Patricia Martinez Patrick McDaniel Penny Mell
Patricia G, Martinez Kermit McDowell Hector Mellado
Tony Martinez Annette McFadden Cecelia Mendivi
Brian Miller Sandra Mohr
Lawrence Miller Valerie Molnar
Leovardo Miranda Jaime Monge
Diana Miscolta Rosa Monrreal
Melanie Mitzelfelt Steven Moore
Bryan Mobley Enrique Morales
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Maria Rafaela Ojeda
Maria Reynalda Oieda
Rosario Padilla Robert Palmore
Sylvia Padilla lVlary Jane Parra
Robert Palmer Beverly Paston
Pamela Palmore Armida Penaflor
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iVIary Jo Rebelo Maria Rico Arrnida Rodriguez IVIaria Rodriguez
lVIarI4 Redding Armando Rics Diane Rodriguez lVIario Rodriguez
Aiieen Reyes Jose Rios Lydia Rodriguez Noemi Rodriguez
Sylvia Salgado Alex Santos Carlos Sapien
Renato Samaniego Joe Santos Renee Sattiewhite
Abraham Samson Phil Santos Jean Saunders
Irma Santamaria Juan Santoya Deanna Schroppe
Alfredo Sepulveda Joel Simpson
Dwight Sewell Sichanh Singphiphath
Maria Sewell Elvira Sipin
Michelle Sherril Wesley Slaugh
Theresa Silva Thomas Slavinsky
Terri Simmons Mickey Sliwieki
Melinda Tdminting Elsa Valenciano lVlike Vasquez
Allan Tuquero Ernesto Valero Michael Venegas
Johnnie Uhl Edward Vales Albert Verdugo
Dora Valdez Guiselle Valverde Alex Verdugo
Jaime Valdez John Varela David Verdugo
Oscar Valdez Evelia Vargas Arnoldo Villaescusa
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The Class of 80 represents the largest sophomore
class in recent history. They have showed their spirit
at pep assemblies and have gotten involved in Su-Hi
clubs and organizations. Their Float was one ofthe
best sophomore events in recent years. They are
doing projects to earn money to make their senior
year one ofthe best. The leaders that helped them
on their way were President, Devera Scott, Vice-
President, Joe Prendez, Secretary, Colette Johnson,
and Treasurer Glory Jimenez.
Below, Devera Scott, Upper Right, lVlrs. Stevens, Lower Right, Joe
Prendez, Opposite Page: Colette Johnson, Glory Jimenez.
CLASS COUNCIL: ROW 1 - A. Felarca, R. Gonzales, R. Olaes, S. Nolla, J. Johnson, C. Burk, R. Orata, S. Ross. ROW 2 - IVI. Jones, A.
Hernandez, S. Galvan, A. Licudlne, G. Ordas, K. De La Rosa. ROW 3 - R. Gogue, J. Crespo, N. Gomez, P. Martin, D. Chunko, B. Strahan, K
Frame. ROW 4 A L. Chenelle, J. Baker, J. Parmley, C. Huntsberger, D, Rico, F. Braden, L. Ciay, P. Roberti, C. lVIclVIanan, IVI. Jerdo,
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James Davis E Delgadillo David Doane
Ronald Dayao Dolores Delgado Robert Donahue
Becky Edwards Beatrlz Enruquez Rotnle Esplnoza
Beatrlz Eguuza Jollana Erubez Wllllarn Esquivel
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Glynis Martin Melvin Marzo
lsrael Martinez Willie Mathis
Jorge Martinez Charles McDaniel
Larry Martinez Tara McDowell
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Sonia Nevare7 Sonia Noila
Denise Newman Teresita Noquez
Tram Nguyen David Noreiga
Ruben Ramsrez Jolene Ress Penny Robertl Marla Rodriguez Snlvla Romo Luls Ruan
Irene Ramos Kurt Reynolds Raymond Robledo Rebecca Rodriguez Walter Rosario Nlaryellen Ruan
Peter Raspoerry Isabel Reza Irene Robles Charles Romalne Sherrl Ross Jose Ruela
Sherle Reddlng Daniel Rico Jose Rodriguez Elsle Romero Tracey Rountree Sheila Ruhl
Angel Reed Lorie Rmghand Jose Rodriguez Rene Romero Jeff Rouston Danny Runz
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Ramon Ruiz Michelle Salyer Porflrio Sandoval DeVera Scott James Shorter Alicia Sirnental
Tracey Sabian Rosemary Samanlego Carman Santanana Edgar Sevilla Daniel Silva MEVVIE SWIEVVTIHVI
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Choir and Ensemble
Row ld. i.eAlcaIa, IVI. Robledo, unidentified, L. Russeii, K. Frame, K. Taiieron, S. Yeager. Row
2- unidentified, l.. Wooldridge, unidentified, R. Lornibao, unidentified, V. lVloinar, P. Riggs, E.
Nlangosing, Row 3: E. Rasppery, C. Wood, R. Sattievvnite, E. Vaiero, E. Black, E. Foster, J.
Brennan, D. Hall. Row 415. Ross, L. Aiono, K. Geiser.
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Ensemble and choir vvorked their
tails off, and sang their hearts out
performing throughout the
community. They sang at
churches, festivals, and even on
the steps of the Natural History
Museum in Balboa Park. Passers-
by liked their style, and the
museum asked uthat group" to
return and sing for them once
more. Ensemble split a bill of
53,000 for nevv attire vvith the
Senate. The guys received black
tuxes, while the gals vvore rose-
colored formals vvith cape sleeves.
R. Sattievvhite, J, LeAlcala, E. Nlangosing
V. lVlolnar, P. Riggs, R. Lomibao, E. Valero
l.. Russell, L. Aiono, K. Geiser.
The Pep Band jammed at
basketball and football games
at opposing schools. Marching
Band performed in nalf-times
and parades including the
IViaytime Band Review, The
Stage Band plays more modern
music: at Su-Hi vvnile tne
Orcnestra plays classical music.
Rignt' Sufrii Orcnestra' B. Deios Reyes,
E. Valenciano, Alvarez, 2 unidentiied
musicians. Belovvt Pep Band- Row 1'
unidentified, V. Bobadilia, R. Teroy, R.
Dayaic, D. Martinez, Row 2: 3
tinidentifed musicians, iVI. Taliey, B,
Crum, D. Sparkman, iV1, Jabacb, Row 3'
iVir. Parker, unidentified, D. Flores, G.
Teroy, B. Fontiilas, C. Poliack, M.
is a World Within Itself'
In lVlemory of...
Michael Lee IVlcGrath
lVlil4e attended Sweetwater for two years and graduated
with the class of 1976. During those two years he
participated in a number of activities, including being a
member ofthe sophomore basketball team and a
drummer in the Sweetwater band. He was also in the
journalism class and contributed to the SU-HI NEVVS.
lVlike was born on September 10, 1959 and died of
cancer in lVlay of 1977. He was 17 years old when he
died and had been battling a rare form of cancer since
he was 11.lVlil4e will always be remembered as a person
who had a superior attitude toward life.
lLeft to Rightl Row 1- D. Wiggins, V. Bobadilla, J
R. Teroy. Row 2: J. Academia, lVl. Tally, B. Crum
Jubach. Row Bt lVlr. Parker, G. lVIoIina, D. Flores
.Andrade, R. Dayao,
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Fontillas, J. Exum, lVl. Bretado. Not pictured: G. Terrado, H.
Aguinaldo, R. Camillo, lVl. Pollack.
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Fontecna, IVI. Viilalovas, E. Cruz. Rovv 4: B. Fontillas, D. Idos, C. Pollack. Row 5: N. Sandoval, J. Holloway, IVI. Jubacn, B. Bobadilla, iVl.
Redding, R. Evangelista, S. Rodriquez, L. Gestopa. Rovv 6: J. Liesman, V. Edwards, B. Crum, D. Sparkrnan, T. Cantarini, IVI. Pollack, G.
Teroy, V. Bobadiila.
niform Group March to Victo1y
The uniform groups took on a new,
more relaxed look, opting for simpler
uniforms except for special occasions.
They got their moves dovvn pat, and
performed during basketball and
football halftimes, and parades. At
Camarillo, the short fiags took a first X
Top: Second semester Advisor Miss lVlitchell, Top: Devilettes: Rovv 2: L. Blair, S. Jaszkovviak, lVl. Jerdo, J. Quidasol, lVl. Ignacio, Rovv 1: lVl.
Captains T. Akridge, lVl. Thibeault, lVl. Tumimting, J. Nanguil, E. Ermino, I. Ignacio, C. Taieron. Below' Satahettes Row 2: J. Iglesias
Tumimting. B. Booth, E. Cruz, lVl, Villalovas, G. Fontillas, Row 1: G. Fontecha, lVl. Thibeault.
lmpettes: Rovv 2: R. Ramirez, G. Collins, J. Payne, R. Stark, B.
Akridge. Rovv 1: D. Gurule, T. Akridge.
Tall Flags: A. Tapia, D. Huckaby, E. Hansen.
Lamplighter members were busy this year filling both cast
and crew positions. Cathy lVlaynard, Susana Vega, Sandy
Unertyl, and Jacqui LeAlcaIa received the llBest Drama"
awards at the district One Act Festival with the play llTo
Burn a Witch". All received certihcates of excellence also.
The spring production llThe Importance of Being Earnest'
starred approximately 14 thespians and ran 4 nights.
Student director vvas Sarah Baker.
Rovv 1: UH" D. Hughes, K. Frame, Rovv 2: A. Sotelo, B, Strahan, Rovv 3:
Both Unidentinedg Rovv 4: D. Shroppe, Unidentified, lVl. Lant, Rovv 5: C,
Austin, Unidentified, Rovv 6: lVl. Schall, L. lVloss.
Top: t'That's Entertainment"
Left: J.O'keefe and C. lvlaynarc
in UThe Seven Year Itch"
Right: R. Sue and S. Vega
perform UThe Chalk Garden"
Bottom: uHorton Hatches
Egg" in a readers theatre.
International Thespian Society
ltAct well your part for therein all honor lies." This is They participated in a series of workshops which
the motto and basis of the International Thespian included acting, mime, make-up, and set and light
Society, an honorary group that has members design. Leaders of these workshops included some of
throughout the world. At Su-Hi, it is a group of the top professionals in American theatre. They also
devoted students who sometimes dedicate their performed in one act festivals, and readers' theatres
special lives to the theatre arts. lVlembers attended throughout the county. Who knows, these could be
the Regional II conference last summer in Irvine. the stars of tomorrow.
Row 1: lVls. Dorothy Cable, Advisor and Fellow Thespian, Cathy lVlaynard, President, Group picture. Row 2. Susana Vega, Vice-president,
Sandy Unertl, Historian!Secretary!Treasurer, Baba Chenelle, Kay Suspsic. Row 3: Joe O'keefe, Roslyn Sue, Bill Strahan, Aida Sotelo,
Jackie LeAlcala, AI LeAlcala.
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VVE'VE GOT SPIRIT! And we've got
eight female varsity cheerleader-type
people to prove it! Keeping the
crowds UR-O-VV-D-Y", and cheering
the team to victory were but two of
the squads many functions. They
painted the breaker posters for the
football teams, perfected their
routines for basketball season, and
provided both teams with barbeques.
In the summer they went to
cheerleading camp, clad in their red
and grey outfits. They returned from
camp, holding a spirit stick which
they earned with their mighty devil
chants. Winner of the first annual
llBruno Award" was Elaine USO Keep
the Faith" lVlangosing.
Top right: Jackie Robinson, Paula Lane, Below
Lto Rt lVlary lVlurray, Lisette Rico, Ohe Abiera.
Opposite page, Below L to R: Liz Cuesta, Stella
Ungab, Elaine lVlangosing. Group picture, L to
R: Ofie Abiera, Lisette Rico, Paula Lane,
Elaine lVlangosing, Mary lVlurray, Stella
Ungab, Liz Cuesta, Jackie Robinson.
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Along vvith supporting the junior varsity teams, the JV pep squad also
cheered for girls' sports and spring sports. With all possessing leadership
qualities, they decided at the beginning of the year not to elect a captain
but to divide the vvork load among themselves. Individual duties included
publicity, Sylvia Padilla, fund raising. Violet Balough, ICC rep., Toni
Caldvvellg and organization, Renee Sattievvhite.
Top: Toni Caldwell, Renee Sattlevvhite, Violet Balough, Top Right of Opposite page: Toni
Caldwell. Bottom: Devil Mascot Angel Reed, Renee Sattlewhite, Sylvia Padilla. Top left: Violet
Balough, Middle right candid: Stella Ungab.
SCI'V1CS Wlth a Srmle
Action Club, formerly the Red Cross,
provided service to the community and the
school. Row 1: Unidentined person, D.
Huckaby, Unidentified person. Row 2: C.
Lopez, B. Paston, E. Valenciano, L. Fowler,
lVls. Anderson, Advisor.
SHS was formerly Les Cherettes and Su-
ettes. It is a service club which sponsored a
pie eating contest between Varsity and JV
Football teams, painted posters, and baked
cookies. Row 1: Unidentified Person, S.
Unertl, S. Baker, lVl. Jubach, A. Felarca, S.
Johnson, R. Gogue. Row 2: S. Padilla,
Unidentined Person, lVl. lVlellegers, B.
Abbott, K. Satterthwaite, A. Arguilez, C.
Maynard, Unidentined Person.
C'est La Vie
Bon jour! A feeling of warmth
greets each visitor of the French
- Club. Members are students of
. s . ir .,..::, F rench who wish to broaden their
use of French, and their
knowledge of the French culture.
To accomplish this, they hold a
majority of their meetings in
French hold potiucks with French
Q gels sei . F dishes, and go to French
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unidentined, iVirs. Garcia, G. Swanson, R. Sue, IVI. Gomez, IVI. Hagar.
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Row 1' R Lomibao, E. lvlangosing, L. Cuesta, R. lVlendoza. Row 2: T. Pablo, R. Lomibao, L
'Wened UP an Otherwise, tasteless Alanis,-D..Solon, G. Jimenez, s. Nobles, R. Oleas. Row 31 B. iviamerm, lvl. Licudine, J. cogtle,
lunch Were made by ASlal'l Club lVl, Tuminting, G. Fontlllas, D. Chunko, R. Pablo, D. Verdugo, A. Rollan. Row 4: A. Handugan,
' t ' S. Galvan, G. Naputi, lVl. Nlagtibay, Tacto, G. Fontecha, J. lVlanela, A. Goto, G. Bautista, I.
members 'and some Ofthelr mo hers Arias, E. Rollan, Row 5: J. Academia, Nl. Laxamana, J. Bernal, P. Bautista, E. Sevilla, J.
OOOOOOh, That sparkling clean Ugaldel R. Samamegog
football field after a messy Friday
night crowd was cleaned by an Asian
club member. Just where do the
earnings from theseactivities go?
Some of it goes back to the school
and community by helping Asians be
more aware of what is happening
IVIECHA club is affiliated with the
IVIECHA Centrale of San Diego
County, and its purpose is to further
educate and support all peoples.
President for '77-'78 was lVlireya
First row, G. Valverde, A. Estrada, L.
Contreras, L. Nlezta, A. Padilla, D. Preston, D.
Valejo, lVl. Figuroa, S. Ruan, J. Gordy, lVl,
Arauz, T. Velasquez, B, Rodriquez. Second
row: lVls. Ochoa, Nl. lVlacias, R. lVlunetta, I.
Flores, E, Esquer, C. Talamantez, L. Perraza,
C. Gutterrez, S. Nolla, A. Bello, Miss Hass,
Third row: L. Ramirez, B. Esquiza, A. Amecua,
L. Talamantez, E. Bulluck, Nl. Arce, J. Neder,
Nl. Valdez, V. Carrillo, D. Herrera. Last row: J.
Valdez, Nlr. Inzunza, J. Feliz, E. Solorio, J.
Barba, E. Morales, T. Carrillo.
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points. Now for your bonus...
Such a sequence could happen at
a knowledge Bowl match. lVlrs.
Alice Branch and her group of
intellectuals, led by Al'Alvarez,
went to the high schools in our
district to match wits with their
students. The game is patterned
after the old television show
Top: First row left to right: E. Rollan, A.
Jones, T. Nguyen, B. Damesco, A. Rollan,
B. Nlemerto. Second row: C. Verdugo, G.
Adame, lVl. Alvarez, R. Evanglisto, G.
Davies. Third row: A. Alvarez, L. LaRoya, S.
Williams, B. Delos Reyes. Above: lVIrs.
Branch, Al Alvarez.
problems at home or school to
teen pregnancies. You can go on
your own, or you could be referred
to them by a teacher as an
alternative to a regular school
counselor. lVlrs. Pugh, one of the
advisors along with lVlrs. Torres-
Stanovick and lVlrs. Ochoa, is very
happy with the program. She
stated, uit is a very beneficial
program in the sense that it is an
alternative for both student and
Peer Counselors below: Linda Bordwell,
Advisor, lVlrs. Marilyn Pugh, Ron Longley.
Peer Counselors Peer Through Minds
Have you ever had a problem
which you had to talk to someone
about, a problem which you
couldn't tell a friend, but then
again you didn't feel you needed
to see an analyst? Well, there is a
group of devoted students who
you can call one Twelve students
who have taken peer psychology
and psychology may be able to
help you with your troubles, from
Campus League Brmgs Sweethearts Together
Since the passage of Title IX,
there has not been a Big Sister-
Little Sister Tea. But through
much patience and eftort, Campus
League came up with something
legal to fill the void left by the exit
ofthe long-time tradition: Senior-
Sophomore Friendship Teams.
Seniors were paired with
Sophomores so the latter could
get better acquainted with the
campus. Campus League also
provided the Homecoming Court
with roses, and sold lVlums and
carnations during Homecoming
week. One of the high points of
the social year was the
Sweethearts' Ball sponsored by
the Campus League.
V. Deuel, J. Holloway, R, Lomibao, A. Sopher
O. Aguillera. Row 2: Unidentified person, C.
Burke, S. Baker, C. Lopez, T. Akridge. Row 3
A, Hernandez, R. Gogue, Unidentified person
Skiing can be really fun, but it can
be hazardous also, as proved by
Ski Club advisor Bill Yensen. lVlr.
Yensen twisted his ankle playing
Jean-Claude Killy on the slopes.
Although two February trips were
canceled because of his slight
mishap, the snow fanciers still
found their way to the resorts led
by their fearless leader. Some of
the members went to Idaho for a
week's skiing over Christmas
vacation, while others skied at
Snow Summit in January. There
were no accidents reported among
lVlr. Yensen's masses.
Row 1: A. Arguilez, G. Lane, J. Silva, lVl.
Ochoa, B. Lee Row 2: I. Krause, lVl. Seiwiki, R
Hureburt, K. Satterthwalte, lVlr. Yensen.
After reading two books by Richard Bach, teacher
Bill Whitefield decided to form a club. The Unlimited
Club is what he founded early this year. Based on the
books ILLUSIONS and JONATHON LIVINGSTON
SEAGULL, it is a group of students who believe we
put limitations on ourselves. Their goal is to remove
Unlimited: Below: lLtoRl Row 1: E, Bunellos, R. lVlendoza, C.
Lozano, R. Evangelista. Row 2: T. Balagtas, L. Barajas, D. Idos.
uill 85 Scroll:
llPopeye the Sailor lVlan" was one of the tunes which
you could have sent to a beloved lor maybe not so
beloved? person by the Quill and Scroll, and their
annual Singing Valentine fund-raiser. Quill and Scroll
is a national organization for young journalists.
Bottom left J. Tambio working on a deadline, Bottom right: Quill
and Scroll: Row 1: UH" D. Hughes, Row 2: J. Tambio, T. Caldwell,
Row 3: D. Roberts, B. Johnson, C. Lopez, A. Sotelo, S. Zimmer, G.
Fontillas, F. Preclaro, L. Rico.
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.F.L. Speaks for Itself
Speech: NSeven score and four
years ago". Oh, that's different,
never mind. Seriously though,
writing and memorizing speeches
can be hard, and so is oral
interpretation and debate. Doing
good at it is even more difficult.
But more than a handful of
students at Su-Hi have accepted
the challenge. They have attended
tourneys throughout the state.
The SDSU Tournament was their
best outing. There, Jim Baker tied
for irst, Susana Vega took a first,
and Valerie Hardie placed sixth in
their respective divisions. A special
note to lVlrs. Rita Neumeister,
advisor: A toast to absent friends,
Valerie Hardie, Renee Sattiewhite,
and Jim Baker.
Top right: Roz Sue, Susana Vega, Nlrs.
Rita Neumeister, Bottom left: Roz Sue
takes a break from competition, Bottom
right: Joe 0'Keefe, lVlrs. Rita Neumeister,
Roz Sue, Susana Vega, Bryan Johnson.
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Photo Club, a club active only
during second semester, is
opened to those students vvho
have taken advanced
Above: Photo Club: Row 1: T. Jerdo, W.
Thompson, P. Estepa, O. Castellavos,
iVIr. Yensen. Row 2: B. Johnson, C.
Wade, T. Hood, D. Krause, G. Ugalde,
Big Brother-Big Sister is a new
club on Campus whose
members are devoted to helping
individuals in need.
Left: Big Brother-Big Sister: Row 1: R.
Longley, O. Rodriguez, L. Serano, D.
Martinez. Row 2: E. Celecio, E.
Hernandez, J. Gogue.
CSF, is a state wide organization
honoring students with high grade
point averages in Nacademic"
classes. CSF went on their annual
Disneyland trip, and sold balloons
to support school spirit.
Row 1: Left to Right- J. Kim, lVl. Hagar, T.
Balagtas, lVl. Westfall, B. lvlarnerto, C.
lVlendivil, B. Roberts, S. Padilla, lVl.
Alvarez, T. Murray, A. Alvarez, K. Hawkins,
L. Pinedo, G. Gomez, R. Sue, A. Camatcho.
lVliddle Row: C, Burke, T. Tessen,
unidentified, C. Lonzono, E. Banuelos, A.
Reyes, S. Baker, L. Stewart, L, Diaz, S.
lVlerIan, J. Atalig, G. Teroy, G. Adame, J.
Baker, B. De Los Reyes, J. Academia, L.
LaRoya, D. Doane, unidentified, G.
lVIacario, unidentified, A. Del Rosario, E.
Hanson. Top Row: lVIr. Donscheski, advisor,
A. Handugan, J. Payne, T. Jones, A. Jones,
J. Brennan, P. Santos, T. Bird, V. lVlolnar,
R. Teroy, E. Berin, L. Russell, F. DeLattre,
T. Catarrini, W. Boden, A. Tuquero, D.
DuBerry, lVl. lVIaniss, G. Galvan, D.
Johnson, J. lVIendivil, K. Slavlnsky, A.
LeAlcala, lVlrs. A. Stevens, Advisor.
FHA is not the Federal Housing
Administration, but a club at Su-
Hi which is concerned with home
Top: C. Amon, C. Arnold, E. Johnson, lVlrs.
Row 1: A. Alvarez, S. Baker, W. Boden, A. Camatcho. Row 2: A. Del Rosario, G. Gomez, S. Nlerlan, G. Nlontes. Row 3: NI. Montes De Oca, B.
Roberts, R. R0b1edo,A. Rollan. Row 4: K. Slavinsky, R, Teroy, S. Vega.
4 n-the-Spot, News
Did you ever want to know the score of a volleyball, tennis, or soccer
game? Did you ever wonder how some students feel on certain issues? You
could ask a friend, or you could pick up the latest issue of SU-HI NEWS. A
lot of students work hard to put each issue out. They collect information,
write their stories, type them up, and the editors must paste up their pages
every two weeks. Printing is done in the new print shop at Del Rey. NEWS
FLASH: editors were Debbie Roberts, Page 1, Lori Hawkins, Page 2, Kathy
Finn and Sherri Ross, Page 3, and Scott Williams, Page 4.
Row 1: T. Erickson, J.B. Brennan, J. Barba, K. Finn, S. Ross, R. Quinata, Row 2: S. Zimmer,
D. Roberts, D. Hughes, lVl. Garcia, J. 0'Keefe. 1. S. Williams types up sports scores. 2.
Advisor and Editor. 3, Staff discusses stories for next issue.
Walk Hand in Hand with AFS
I got here in August barely
knowing any English, and being in
a very strange situation, but I
didn't get into any difficulties. The
people I've met here have made
me feel comfortable. Thanks to
you, I have not gotten homesick,
but I still think of my home
sometimes. I know that my 1 year
here in National City will be a
great and valuable experience for
me. I am glad that I came here,
because what I have learned here
will be a big help to me later in my
AFS, the American Field Service,
is an international organization
whose purpose through sending
students to foreign countries for
extended periods of time is to have
all nations understand each other
and live in peace. This year
Reinhard Schall, from Germany
lived with HH" D. Hughes and his
Row 1: NI. Schall. Row 2: B. Johnson, R.
Parker, UH". D. Hughes. Row 3: D. Chunko,
S. Galvan, Unidentified person. Row 4: A.
Del Rosario, N. Smith, L. Sanders, T.
Richardson, K. Slavihsky, lVIrs. R. lVlichaeI,
You ight Up Life
Romance filled the air at the Bahia Hotel as Campus League presented its annual Svveetheart's Ball. What a
change to see all those couples with their hair neat and trim, vvearing chic formals and spifty tuxes, some even
vvith tails! Just on the previous Friday they could have been seen on the campus wearing their grubbies.
Excitement hlled the air as the crowning hour of 10 o'clock arrived. The hve couples vvere presented to those
attending, and then, seconds Al LeAlcala and Paula Lane were named King and Queen of Hearts. Jacque
LeAlcala sang the Coronation song llYou Light Up lVly Life" as the couples on the court danced cheek to cheek.
The evening proved to be interesting as even llnon-dancers" danced, and one ofthe carnations vvas eaten at the
table adjacent to Campus League president, Sarah Baker.
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Above left: Queen Paula received fiovvers from Frank Delattre.
Bottom left: Campus league representative escorts AI Lelllcaia to
be crowned, Right: King Aland Queen Paula dance to the tune
i'You Light Up IVIy Lifef'
Above left: Kenny lVliramontes and Carmen DeCima, Bottom left:
Couples wait anxiously. Above right: Higher Ground. Bottom right:
Kenny Hadley and Martha lVlorineau. Opposite page, Top left: Lee
Rodriguez and Liz Becerra. Bottom left: Cathy Enriquez and escort
show hovv to dance, Top right: lVlore couples dancing. Middle right:
Couples standing in line for pictures. Bottom right: Floyd Faiivae and
Boys and Girls
The mayor pro-tem of Harte City, an
election board clerk from lVlorrls, and
Washington's fire marshall all attend
Su-Hi. 'lHow?" you ask. It's very
simple, through a program called
Boys' and Girls' State, which teaches
Seniors about state and local
government. This year we had three
representatives: Sarah Baker, the
mayorg Albert Alverez, the election
board clerkg and Roldan Teroy, the '
Imps and Devils Serve Su-Hi
Imps and Devils are the work-horses of the ASB, without them, it would 5,l0VLiiJZ?tMGeOnxLVgEj' ES'Z2iaE'.'g'ag'OeS'59e
cease to function. While commissioners are busy overseeing their duties, Imps Bgadem gow 2 , M",-5Xama,,a, L, Fowler? T
and Devils carry out many major details, such as tearing tickets, hanging Jones, C4 Talamantesz L. LaR0ya: B. Sani0Sz
- - - - G. Naputi, P. Bautista, C. Cunningham, A.
posters, and selling concessions. To be an Imp or a Devil, one must have time Finney? J' Braden? L, Huessj J' Prendezi P.
Quenga, A. Santos
Row 1 - A. Rollan, lVl. Hagar, T. Dorn, lVl.
Hagar, Top Row - J. Tambio, lVl. Campbell, D.
Hughes, R. Mendoza
C01'I11T11SS10I1CI'S and SCI121tOI'S HEIVC
If Imps and Devils are the work of
the A.S.B., then officers and
commissioners are the backbone.
Commissioners must carry out
such duties as publicizing school
events, handling assemblies,
organizing homecoming, handling
the A.S.B.'s finances, and selling
student goods. Officers must, in
turn, handle elections, run senate
meetings, and keep minutes of all
The Senate holds the A.S.B.'s
purse strings. This year it
appropriated funds to the Red and
Gray, bought new choir outfits,
and put money on reserve to buy a
new supply of records. Items that
come up before the Senate are
brought to it by a senate
committee, or by a coalition of the
officers and commissioners. Each
spring the senate must approve
the ASB budget which often runs
in excess of S40,000.
Happy D ys in A.S.B.
Row 1: R. Nlendoza, R. Lomibao, C. Gowands, J. Tambio. Row 2: A. Rollan, R. Sattiewhite, F.
Preclaro, D. Hughes, S. Nobles, E. Rollan.
Opposite Page: Top: lVlr. Partch,
Advisor, Below: Anna Del Rosario
prepares for nutrition break, Top Left:
Susana Vega, Top Right: Elaine
Mangosing, Bottom Left: Anna Del
Rosario, Bottom Right: Liz Cuesta,
Right: Senators put up posters
Row 1: A. LeAlcaIa, S, Santos, T. Carrillo, Nl. Arauz, J. LeAlcala, D. Scott. Row 2: R. Gogue, B. Johnson, D, Gonzales, S. Ross, A. Pinney, L.
Heuss, lVl. Hagar, T. Dorn, Nl. Hagar. Row 3: lVlr. Partch, C. Wilkenson, C. Cunningham, M. Campbell, J. Braden, lVl. Lazamana, L. Clay, C.
Braden, R. Palmore, P. Quenga.
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Editor: Antonio Carrillo
Reprimanding students was not the
only task of our administrationg the
also upheld our school's image, and
made preparations for registration.
The Board of Trustees decided the
vvho, vvhat, why, vvhere, vvhen and
hovv for the district.
Left: William E. Darton, Principalg Below:
Tuffy Avii, Assistant V.P.g Dorothy Rhea, Al
Goycochea, Assistant Principalsg Bottom:
Board of Trustees.
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These Women Fill The
Left: L. Diaz, teacher's aid, Below left:
Cafeteria Staffrz V. Ward, H. Allen, E.
Rassmussen, S. Kibbe, J. Kapper, lVl. Johnson, -
E. Alton, Below right: Librarians: B. lVloody, N.
lVliner, Bottom left: B. Pennington, Nurse,
Bottom right: Ofhce StafT: lVl. Winner, E.
Small, C. Navarro, E. Johnson, C. Portillo, I.
Harrington, lVl. Ferguson. Not pictured:
Custodial Staff: R. Bergeron, E. Del Rosario,
R. Ennis, B. Huckell, S. lVlaIec, L. lVlartin, J.
Neighbors, P. Sarquilla, F, Sliwicki.
As in acting, here at Sweetwater, the
show couldn't go on without the
supporting cast. At Sweetwater they
take the forms of secretaries,
cafeteria workers, cooks, and a
nurse. Although their work is usually
taken for granted, after all, if they
weren't here, who would cook for,
keep track of, and bandage students
as well as teachers?
1. Alfredo lVlartinez, VocationfWork
Experience Counselor, Co-ed P.E. 2.
ROP Career Center Stall: Charlene
Nava-Arias, Hal Rubin, Katy Jackson
3. Gerald Wiekamp, Pj-Z, Head
Counselor. 4. lVlaida Torres-Stanovik
E-I, Peer Counseling. 5. lVlaria-Elena
Ocnoa, J-Pi, Peer Counseling. 6.
Herbert Bolger, A-D.
1. Jim Hull, Life Science, Oceanology
2. Dennis Rasmussen, Life Science,
Co-ed P.E. 3. Freddie Gallegos,
Toney Carrillo and Lydia Rodriquez
try to reassemble the model during
Health Science class. 4. Russell P.
Shubert, Basic lVlath, Drivers
Training, Co-ed RE. 5. Don
Freeman, Biology. 6. William Noel,
Physical!Health Science. 7. Robert
Drescher observes as Guiselle
Valverde performs Chemistry I
experiment. He also teaches Physical
1. Gary Zarecky, Juvenile Law. 2.
James Ganelin, John Varela and Ron
Longley ask Allen Jacobus about US
in the 20th Century assignment. He
also teaches Sociology. 3. lVlr.
Inzunza checks up on homework
assignment. 4. Ralph Inzunza, History
of lVlexico, Introduction of Inter
Culture Understanding. 5. Linda
White, Family Life. 6. Rafael
Gutierrez, Physics, Anatomy and
1. Neil Korkis, US to the 20th 6
Century. 2. Gerald Walsdorf, US in
the 20th Century. 3. Ralph lVlora,
Opportunity Class. 4. Lee
Shelmerdine, US Government. 5.
Andrew Partch, Student
Government, Dean of Student
Activities. 6. Warren Keagy, US to
the 20th Century, Health Science,
Athletic Director. 7. John Warner, LD
1. Caroline Shine, Art I, II. 2.
lVlayra Gutierrez-Garcia, French I,
II, III, Spanish I. 3. Laura Charles,
Creative Writing, Vocal Ensemble,
Concert Choir. 4. lVlr. Parker S
directs marching units. 5. William
Yensen, Photography I, II. 6,
Stephen Parker, String Orchestra,
lVlarching Band, Guitar,
Instrumental Ensemble. 7. Ron
Gibson, Arts St Crafts I, II,
1. Roberta lVlarkes, Foods,
Nursery School Aid Class and
Parenting Classes. 2. Ernest
Cochran, Woodworking I, II. 3.
Susan Brenner, Foods, English
100. 4. Edward Clapper, Welding I,
II. 5. Donald lVlayo, Auto
Fundamentals, Drivers Training. 6.
Brenda Gay, Foods, Clothing,
Consumer Education. 7. Delgado
receives assistance from lVIs.
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1. Carol Delaney, Creative Writing,
Vocational English. 2. Sharron Hall,
EDGH Class. 3. Beverly Follendorf,
English 100, American Literature. 4.
Maggie Carrillo, American Literature,
English as a Second Language. 5.
Alice Branch, English 100, College
Prep Composition. 6. Jorge
Domingez, English 100, English as a
Second Language. 7. Ann Stevens,
Vocational English, English 200,
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1. Marilyn Pugh, Psychology, Sports
Literature, Peer Counseling. 2. Robin
lVlichael, Creative Writing, Reading
800, English 100. 3. Joseph Vogel,
Reading 700. 4. Paula lVlonroe, V
English as a Second Language. 5.
Rita Neumeister, SpeechfDebate,
English 100. 6. Susan Zimmer,
College Prep Composition, Journalism
I, Adv. Journalism-Annual!
Newspaper. 7. Bill Whiteheld, English
200, American Literature.
fa-,Li , .
1. lVlr. Donscheski assists Analyn
Rollan. 2. Gail lVlitchell, Pre-Algebra,
Consumer lVlath. 3. Jo Hazard,
Secretarial Procedures, Clerical
Training, Job Skills. 4. Robert
Donscheski, Geometry, Algebra II wf
Trigonometry, lVlath Analysis,
Calculus. 5. Lyden lVleredith,
Geometry, Algebra I, Survival lVlath.
6. Betty Fellows, Co-ed P.E.,
Divisional Chairperson Health!Driver
NOT PICTURED ARE: John Ditto,
Spanish I, II, III, IV. Dan Hodges,
HealthfDrivers Education, Drivers
Training. Dorothy Cable, Drama I,
Adv. Drama, Creative Writing.
Pamela Lewis, Co-ed P.E. Gerald
Smith, Co-ed P.E.
1. Robert Lopez, Typing I, Record
Keeping, Accounting. 2. Loretta
Scott, Typing I, Distributive
Education. 3. Jack Hartshorn,
Shorthand I, II, III, Office Machines,
Typing 1.4. Nlrs. Garcia explains work
assignment to Nlagdelena Nlagdalado.
5. David Lay, Mechanical Drawing III
III IV, Consumer IVIath. 6. Nancy
Wise, C0-ed P.E. 7. Wiiliam Nliller,
N mber 1, Said fail
We Are Number 1
Do It, Do It
Itfs Time to Prove That
The lVletro football of 77 was
considerably different than last
year. Perennial powerhouses and
Castle Park were favorites to
come out on top, but gone was
the explosive team of Chula Vista.
This year the oddsmakers were
going with lvlontgomery as
another favorite for the banner.
As the season progressed they
were proved wrong, as lVlarian
became the team to beat, and
lVlontgomery slipped out of the
Fate was with the Devils, though,
as their fans watched them lose
their first encounter to Castle
Park in the hnal seconds, 14-7,
only to come back and win their
next eight. In their league final
they demolished IVlarian 35-3,
taking the lVletro banner for the
second time in many years. The
league race was a tight one.
Coming down to the last game,
Sweetwater, Castle Par , and
lVlarian all had identical 7-1
records. But as visions of lVletro
danced in Devil fans' heads,
Chula Vista was busy swamping
an over-confident Trojan team.
The Devil gridders went on to the
CIF semi-hnals, beating Hilltop
and Orange Glen in the process.
With only one game away from
the Hnals, the Devils lost a
heartbrealcer in the hnal two
minutes to a powerful Lincoln
team, 21-26. Lincoln went on to
win the finals and take the CIF
Title by whopping Kearny, 35-6.
The Devil gridders had one of the
most productive seasons in
recent years, compiling a 10-2
record, and having one of the
toughest defenses and most
explosive offenses in the county.
G Stoutenburg QB P Cabulagan, DB A, Calderon, K
A lVlcLintock DB J Ibarra TB T. Hardie, DB
J. Varela, R
J. Davis, R
Devil Team Can Reall Move!
Even though they were
hampered with injuries, they still
managed to amass 298 points,
and let only 65 points slip past in
league play. Overall, they
outscored their opponents 332 to
As in any good team, there were
also individual successes. One of
them was Henry Martinez. Henry
was one ofthe top rushers in the
county, he was the first one to
top 1000 yards, and even
hampered by an ankle injury he
still managed to come in third in
the county with 1016 yards. He
was also named Co-Player ofthe
Metro League, along with
Marian's Erwin Anderson. Other
standouts on the Devil team were
Pat Valdivia, John Saleamua, Pat
Cabulagan, James Davis, Lucian
Jackson, and Tom Slavinski.
Fifteen players were given all-
W. Moore, DB S. Grifhth, LB
league honors, and four players,
Henry Martinez, John Saleamua,
Pat Valdivia, and Pat Cabulagan,
were named to the all-CIF team.
One unusual thing about this
year's season was that Coach
Dave Lay played against three
head coaches that used to be on
his Coaching staft: Mercado of
Southwest, Canaris of Hilltop,
and Holmes of Montgomery.
CASTLE PARK ....... ...,.. 1 7 - 14
SOUTHWEST ...... ...... O - 74
BONITA VISTA ....... ...... O - 26
MAR VISTA ............... ..... 2 1 - 35
MONTGOMERY ......... ...... O - 7
HILLTOP ,..........,.... ...... 2 3 - 34
CHULA VISTA ......., ...,.. 7 - 28
CORONADO ......... ...... 7 - 28
MARIAN ........ ...., 3 - 35
K. Miramontes, FB D. Bartlet, DB
G. Cromer, FB J. Simpson, DB J. Bayani, DB P. Valdivia, LB
K. Stein, LB
K. Hadley, C.
J. Johnston, DL
P. Pablo, OL
. Procter, LB
. Sampson, OL
. Bender, OL
. Cortell, DL
. Narvaez, DL
. Morales, DL
. Samudio OL
M. Gallardo, OL F. Faiivae, DL L, Jackson, R
W, Esquivel, R L. Rodriguiz, DL W. Eaton, DL
T. Slavinsky, R
T. Morrison, R.
M. Scott, R
D. Napoleon DL
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Top: Napoleon sacks Trojan QB. Center left: Devil
Defense explodes with the snap of the ball. Center
right: Devil defender flies on Baron and sticks
'em. Bottom left: lVliller expresses the thrill of
victory. Bottom right: Morales downs Crusader.
Top: Devil line gives away iittie yardage to opponents. Center left: Bartiett svvats
a Hornet in fiight. Center right: Faiivae jumps to block iV!.V.'s extra point.
Bottom left: Proctor assists Hardie in sticking with an Orange Glen Patriot.
Bottom right: Sampson shows which team is I 1.
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Bottom left - Laura Geronilla prepares to
spike. Bottom middle- Michelle Nlellegers
and Elena Saludares get up for a block,
Bottom right- Sheri Phillips jumps high for
Cross Country Shows Endurance
Top Right: P. Cervantes, Top Left: J.V., Opposite Page: Bottom Right: J. Acosta, F. Walker,
Bottom Left: lVl. Davis, Top Right, J. Acosta, Top left, R. lvlacoubrie, P. Cervantes, lVl.
Randolph, H. Ayala.
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Into Action i i
Sweetwater has the misfortune of
being in a league with perennial
powerhouses, Hilltop, Bonita Vista
and Coronado, where according to
Coach Nancy Wise, 'lThey've been
playing tennis since they've been
three years old." They had a hard
up-hill battle this year but they
pulled through with a 2-7 record.
Top- Mildred Arellano returns the ball. Top right- Tammy Shuman serves the ball. Bottom
left- Team huddle encourages spirit. Bottom right- Susan Greywacz returns a tough play.
Opposite Page- lVlrs. Wise-Coach Bottom left- Emelyn Maigue displays a forehand. Bottom
right- Anna Del Rosario concentrates on her backhand.
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Del Rosario, Row 2 - T. Shuman, S. Greywacz, K. Supsic, L. Takeshita, E. Niaigue, C.
Cervantes, N. Smith, L. Jerdo.
One of the reasons why varsity
gridders have done so well is
because they have a tough J.V.
behind them. For the fourth year
in a row, and for the sixth time in
10 years, the junior gridders took
the Metro Championship, this time
with a perfect 9-0 record,
although at times it looked like it
would be impossible to pull wins
out of a magician's hat. The Devils
were behind Hilltop in the fourth
quarter, until the last two minutes.
After the final warning, the Devils
scored two touchdowns, one on a
Fluke play to win the game 16-10.
The backbone of the team
included Richard Parra, who
received the Most Valuable, and
Best Offense awards, Lance
Chenelle voted as most
inspirational, and Jim Davis who
was Best Defensive Player.
JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD
14 Castle Park 0
44 Southwest 6
13 Bonita Vista 12
19 Mar Vista 0
14 Montgomery 7
16 Hilltop 10
12 Chula Vista 7
20 Coronado 0
20 Marian 14
9 Wins 0 Losses
JV Devils Explode
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Row 1: G. Pablo, Q. Barrjas, L. Martinez, R. Parra, J. Valdivia, F. Gallegos, D. Vasquez, O. Guerra,
R. Palamor, M. Nava, J. Ganelin. Row 2: R. Pabon, B. Concepcion, W, Mathis, E, Sevilla, S. Miller,
M. Ochoa, F. Herrara, A. Jimenez, H. Bartolome, B. Alarcon, G. Marcario, M. Lant. Row 3: J.
Braden, W. Esquivel, W. Wilson, M. Veneagas, J. Torres, D. Jones, C. Bracomonte, C. Romaine, D,
to Another Champ1onsh1p, Perfect 9-O
Nunez, J. Davis, B. Smart, O. Aiono, D. Henry iCoachJ, NI. Hernandez. Row 4: A. Cubero, J.
Arguilez, K. Bean, IVI. Riggs, J. Oiaes, G. Quiddam, T. Williams, S. Dodson, R. Mendoza, IVI. Griffith.
Row 5: B. Miller CHead Coachi, R. Mora CCoachi, R. Hubbard, J. Arrington, D. Crestik, J. Quenga, L.
Aiono, C. Snook, G. Saleaumua, S. Emerson, IVI. Tucker, R. Shubert CCoaci1J, B. Balanay CCoachi.
Su Hi softball lHustlers' was the
motto chosen by the softball team.
As usual, they played a mean
game of softball, winding up in the
top 5006 ofthe league. Strong
points in the team, according to
Coach lVlarrianne Perrault,
included Diane Dixon's pitching
and, lVlary Murray at shortstop,
defensively. Offensively Tracy Hood
and Hope Chambers were quickest
to get to base, while Naomi Smith,
Alison Reyes, and Aida Sotelo led
Softball Hustles Through Season
Opposite page: Row 1: CL to Rl N. Smith,
T. Hood, A. Sotelo, E. Mangoslng. Row 2:
D. Dixon, H. Chambers, A. Reyes, M.
Murray. Row 3: D. Martinez, E. Saludares
M. Prendez, S. Phillips. Row 4: Coach Miss
Perrault, G. McDaniel. Top Left: D. Dixon
delivers the ball. Center: E. Mangosing
covers her base. Bottom Right: Miss
Perrault gives M. Murray last minute
instructions. Bottom Left: M. Murray
eagerly awaits the pitch.
JV Softball: CL to Rl D. Herrera, D.
Wiggins, T. Bird, V, Edwards, G. Zarate, L.
Clay, D, Peppmuller, Coach D. Rasmussen,
L. Wooldridge, V. Murphin, J.B. Brennan,
N. Findahl, L. Geronilla, A. Bello, D. Scott.
Top: J.B. Brennan is ready to slug the ball.
Center: L. Wooldridge catches behind the
plate. T. Bird concentrates on delivering
the ball. Below: L. Geronilla keeps warm
Su-Hi Tin, Pals
In spite of having what vvas considered a small
team, varsity grapplers performed vvell throughout
the season. The team vvas not complete, they
lacked manpower in the heaviest weight divisions.
Sophomores proved to have the upper hand in the
Iovver weight classes, while the juniors and upper
classmen nlled the middle weight classifications.
Rovv 1: K. Lord, J. Saieamua, D. Cortell, A. Uy, R. Pablo, T. Gonzales, H. Aginaldo, J. Baker, R. Pinkerton, C. Amon. Rovv 2: Coach Hull, J
Ibarra, VV, Eaton, l.. Johnson, E. DeLeon, B. Garcia, D. Deberry, T. Pablo, Coach Lopez.
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tough one, the soccer team played well
throughout the season. In spite ofthe
fact that they did not fare too vvell in
the league standings, they did vvln all
games and took the Limited Division
Cup at the l.aJolla Invitational in
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Varsity: Rovv 1: J. Hardie, T. Hood, P. Wallace, C. Wade, D. Dixon, N. Smith, R. Quinata, A
Reyes, V. Hardie. Rovv 2: B. Landrum, K. Witherspoon, Coach Perrault, A. Reyes.
Junior Varsity: Rovv 1: D. Wiggins, L. Stewart, IVI. O'Keefe, Coach IVIyers. Rovv 2: V. Nlurphin,
L. Bilodeau, L. Clay, S. Nolla. Row 3: J, Brennan, K. Finn, V. Edwards, G, Zarate, B. Paston.
Girl's Basketball team turned out
to be a surprise. In was especially
a surprise to the other teams.
lVluscle, depth, and height were
the strong points. They started the
season in winning ways, beating
Castle Park and Southwest, and
entered the Southwest Tourney.
Strong players were Alison Reyes,
Carol Wade, and Diane Dixon.
Individual Efforts Got
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2. Zarecky gives winning tips to his team.
3. IVI. Piits out Jumps Mission Bay
Buccaneer. 4. Pitts snoots for 2. 5. L.
Jackson carries the bail for 2.
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form. 3. P. Cabulagan avvalts the suspense,
4. R. Hubbard looks on his sl1ot,5.VVbat
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Bottom Lett: L. Jackson knows who the ball belongs to
Bottom Right: A, Nlercardo rebounds But: out of 2 points
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Row 1: T, Hardie, W. IVIathis, N. Samiehgo, E, Sevilla, D. Vasquez. Row 2: R. Abraham, C. Abraham, S. Ross, J. Vega, D. Lambert.
Not pictured: D. Samudio, V. Saleaumua, R. Vance, J. Mercado, R. Ferris, and Coach of the year: B. IVIiIier.
JV Devils had a rocky road to
success. Their season was one of
ups and downs. Fate allowed them
more of their share of on and of?
days, but luck was on their side,
and they led the league through
out most ofthe season. They
faired well in tournament play,
winning both the hrst annual Su-
Hi Invitational and the Coronado
Invitational. Danny Samudio
picked up all-tourney honors in
both. Coach Bill lVliller stressed
the importance of free throws
during the practice. He attributed
them to team success, saying,
NThe difference between a winning
team and a losing team can be
determined at the free throw
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In the nifst of the season, a be-deviled tennis
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but it was the first time Sweetwater tennis
nas beaten the Barons on the courts. Rugged
Racketeeifs included returning Iettermen Ric
Lomibao and Pat IVIcDanieI,
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Castle Park one of the teams to beat in the race for the IVIetro
Banner. They had strengths on the held as vvell as on the track.
Tui Toia the star devil shot putter participated in the Jack In the
Box indoor games before the season started and Heet-footed
runner Charles Weekes found the competition wasn't as tough
as in the past.
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Martinez urested easier" aftervvard. He said, Ulf vve
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Both varsity and junior varsity baseball were ulooking
good" as pro scouts checked out potential prospects.
The team found that diamonds aren't only a girl's best
friend, as many a competitor melted away before them.
Coach lVliller was proud of his team, envisioning another
CIF playoff berth. lVIr. Rassmussen coached a promising
junior varsity team. Shown are a sampling of baseball
players of both levels.
Su-Hi Swimmers Make 21 Splash
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Although most don't know it, swimming is one of the toughest sports
around. It is one of the few sports in which you use all of your muscles,
and as coach 'lLEWIE" Lewis prophesies a la Knute Rockne HWhen the
going gets tough, the tough get going." The team was not as large as it
has been, and it suffered because of it lacking depth. But that did not stop
Lewie. UI was very happy about this year because it is the first time we
have not had trouble securing a pool. I'm also proud of the team. It was a
small team, and I had to juggle a lot of events, and for the most part they
sucked it up and did it." Lisa Sanders, Oliver German, and Mike lVlaniss
were the most valuable aquanauts.
Water Polo Has Rough Season
The water polo team swam in . m 'o f ,oiooof
rough waterthrough out much of Qis
the season. But there were oooo ' so ' gg
individual successes. Oliver German
scored a record tying 17 goals and W
females in the game proved to
young but gained experience as
the season progressed.
Lisa Sanders one ofthe fevv
sometimes be tougher than her
male counterparts. The team was
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Silence is golden, at least in the
case of a gymnastic audience
during a performance. Oh, it's
alright to applaude after a
welldone routine, it can't hurt a
girl's ego. But applause during a
routine could have a bad effect on
a girl's marks as vvell as her
control, especially during a back
somersault dismount or any
Coach Nloorehead was proud of
her team, which was more
talented than in past years. The
team had its standouts in Diane
Rodriguez, Amy Rivera, and a lot
of back-up, which is needed for a
Top photo: Row 1: IVI. Pabon, l.. Becerra,
S. Ahmad, C. Talamantes, S. Galvan, L.
Cuesta, S. Banuelos. Row 2: L. Jimenez, C.
Nlendivil, D. Chunko, Nl. Villalovas, J.
New Coach Praises Golf Team
After a disappointing season last year, the golfers
rose out ofthe ashes like the Phoenix. llI've been a
coach for the fifteen years, and I had a good team to
work with here," said nevv coach Bill Yensen. Part of
the team included Pat Narvaes, Robert Pabone,
Weldon Thompson, and Gary Pistole.
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124 E. 30th National City, CA 92050
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Open 9 to 9 Sat. 9 to 6 Phone: 477-9854
1018 National Ave.
National City, Calif.
1626-B Sweetwater Rd.
National City, CA Phone: 477-1405
The Latest Fashion at altordable prices
Ginny will help you choose your apparel for school and for those special occasions
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Floyd,s Chrome Wheel House
3110 National Ave.
National City, CA 92050
Phone: 477-1535 or 477-5321
Ice Cream Parlour
3310 Plaza Blvd. National City, Calif.
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SOUTH BAY PLAZA
1115 Highland Ave.
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Mexican Food -to- go
835 Palm Ave.
OWNERS: FRANK B. AND
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2301 Highland Ave., National City
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COFFEE SHOP DINING ROOM
OPEN 24 Hours
Three Generations of Family
Groups, Shoppers, and Businessmen
Have iVIade Keith's a Habit
SECOND and NATIONAL, NATIONAL CITY
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Paul Bayani, Jr.
310 East 8th St. Suite "A"
National City, CA 92050
Tel: C7143 477-3184 or 477-3185
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ll. to Rl: IVI. Westfall, S. Unertl, G,
Ordas, S. Luck, lVI. Peralta, G.
Collins, B. Abbott, A. Arguilez, lVI.
Jubacn, O. Aguilera, R. Gogue, lVI.
lVle-llegers, C. lVlaynard, S. Baker, S
Vega, lVl. Pattieson, K. Sattervvaite,
To the special Seniors who made this year special for us. This is for you:
To Jay B.: For all the times we treated you. What would you do without us? When you become rich, you know who to spend
yOUl' ITTOYIEY OH.
To Robert M.: To someone really sweet who'd always be basin' on us juniors, but WHO lagged?? It's alright, we still luv
To Benny F.: For being a pretty cool brother and wonderful friend. Thanks for all the rides and for being your unique self
iwe're talking about your outrageous modestyll.
To Liz C.: For taking time out just to talk to us, It was a trip cheering with you-too bad we didn't have any gum to chomp
on tool But it made you look just right!!
To Jimmy U, and Francis A.: Although we didn't get to talk much, thanks for making our junior year a memorable one.
To Glen B.: For being so nice when you hardly knew us. Thanks for helping me in Spanish CG.F.l.
To Michele T.: You finally made it! !Member all the times you took either of us out? How about !!Black Christmas" and
downtown with Geri N,? Trip huh?
To George S.: When you're up therein life, don't lose your terrific smile. Next Halloween I won't forget to call you lG.N.l.
To Jesse: Thanks for all the help in biology, especially during the tests.
To Terri, Michele, Beth, David, Linda, Dennis, Connie, Gloria, Brian, Donald, Ferdy, Susan, and Lisette in Annual Staff: It
was fun working with all of you, but watch out next year!!!
Thank you all for making this year just perfect for the Both of us. Good luck in life and Take care- Come back and visit. Lots a
luv, kisses, hugs, happiness, good luckness and all that other good junk.
To a very special person in my life, Diana Rodriguez,
I'm truly sorry because of the mix up I had, but I
think it showed how good you were to me and how
much I really care for you.
You left and it could not be helped, While you were
gone all I could do was think of good and awful
things like you're never coming back or it wouldn't be
the same, or just nothing.
I will never in my life forget you leaving. They were
the 3 most terrible months in my life. Most of all I'll
never forget the summer of '77 in San Francisco and
L.A. that I spent with you. It made me feel like a
responsible young man. I'm really grateful.
May God bless you in your life and may I always be
part of it. I dedicate this to the times we had, to the
times we could have had: and to the times to come.
P.S. Sincerely sorry, will love you always,
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For Mrs. Wise,
This is our way of saying thanks to our one and
only tennis coach. It was you that kept our team
together whenever we needed it most. So what if
we didn't come out first in our league, we had fun
just knowing that we were a part of Sweetwater!
We'll never forget you. Take good care of yourself.
We love you!
Angie, Cynthia, and Mildred Arellano, Anna Del
Rosario, Emelyn Maigue, Naomi Smith, Carol
Cervantes, Susan Greywacz, Tammy Shuman, Liz
Jerdo, Odette Aguilera, Kay Supsic, Rosa Lim,
Lynn Takeshita, Linda Bordwell and Paul
Cervantes, and Aurea Rosaldo and Richard Gomez.
To all my friends:
Kathy Finn, Ron Hubbard, Miss Lewis,
Sherri Ross, Carlos Bracamonte, Rick
Hubbard, John Quenga, Marco Garcia,
Toney Carillo, John Barba, Lori Hawkins,
Rosario Quinata, Scott Williams, Linda
Wozniak, Jim Davis, all teachers, Wesley
Eaton and me,
Joe O'Keefe, Kathy Fletcher, Donald
Hughes, Danny Rico, and all
Have a great summer, and may the
FORCE be with you!
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To J.B., Sherri, Rick, Ron, Joe, Fletcher,
Toney, Marco, John, Rico, Judy, Wesley,
Linda, Linda R., Estella, Tina, Carlos,
Mike, Scott, Bill, And to everyone in all my
classes--Kathy Finn says, lIHeIlo"!!!
I met you 2 years ago
When you became a sophomore
And you didn't really know
Until I kissed you at your door.
The year went by
And you went through two
But still l tried
Just to be with you.
My Senior year
Was to be the best
But your eyes filled with tears
Just like the rest.
We went for 27 days
It wasn't too long
To me it was OK
To you it was so wrong.
Then I left Su-Hi
I promised to come again
I thought you would cry
Maybe, maybe then.
We made the summer fun
Happy and full of cheer
Thinking of the things we've done
Through these past 2 years
I'm glad that you're content
And looking good I see,
Ever since I went
Especially now you're free
Thinkin' about these memories
I Hope you are glad
Please don't ever forget me
And the good times we had.
Take care. Luv you,
Always 81 Forever,
Alexander J. Cuesta
Benana is me and you,
Every day we only knew.
Never a cloud hung over us,
As we spent together without any fuss.
Number of problems just like everyone
Although none got the better of us.
HSmile we have each other"
April 3, 1977
To the senior class of '79,
Our senior year was hlled with many new
and exciting experiences that will soon be
We hope that the friendships we have
made here will not be lost but grow with
Senior privileges will soon be granted to
you so cherish and enjoy them. We hope
you will enjoy your senior year as much as
Mary Pabon, Debbie Roberts, Rosa Lim,
Roslyn Sue, and Martha Montes de Oca.
This I dedicate to all my special, close friends:
For the last two years we've known each other. lsome moreb. You've shared my joys and triumphs.
You've shared my sadness and tears. There is no way in which my thanks can be expressed. I hope
that by writing this note you'll always remember that all my love and gratitude will be yours forever!!
Cecilia-for the pep talks, patience, confidences shared, and plain fun we had.
Eddie-for the sad summer which you made happy for me, and for introducing me to your family.
Lisa-for being such a good friend and for bringing me down to earth with your duddy cut downs.
John-for the fun we had in Acapulco and for being the kind of friend anybody could want.
Padila-for being a good sport and taking all my duddy jokes along with the good ones about you.
I meant no offense.
Vicki-for the goofy way you make everything funner.
Linda-for being so sweet and friendly.
Susana-for making me FEEL like a senior.
Scott-for pulling me through some rough spots. lalotlll.
Rosemary-for teaching me I'm not as grown up as I thought and that I can still enjoy simple
things like sitting down with my friends and making pompoms.
lVly Senior year has been terrihc and I only wish I didn't have to leave my friends behind. It's sad to
go but I'll go knowing that the Mighty Class of '79 will be the best class ever. I'm proud to say that,
for a while I was part of it. Good-bye and may God Bless You.
All my love and friendship forever,
gleam Zim.. galvuu
Cl. to RD Freddie HSig" Gallegos, Antonio HJ" Carrillo, Freddie 'tYoung man" Carrillo, and David llNacho" Arciniega. Not
pictured: NLG. llPear" and D.M. 'lCharlie Brown". Oct. 7, 1977
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