Walton Intermediate School - Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA)

 - Class of 1976

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SCHOOL GARDEN GR'OVE CALIF. , 9 Hn x I 9 ISSN TABLE OF CONTENTS FORWARD INDEPENDENCE HALL SPIRIT OF '76 CLASS OF '76 DEDICATION UT MOST YEARBOOK STAFF CHRISTMAS DANCE ROYAL BALL ROLLER SKATING CO-REC NIGHT CLUBS ASSEMBLIES 50'S DAY AND DANCE FOOTBALL VOLLEYBALL SOCCER GIRLS BASKETBALL BOYS BASKETBALL TUMBLING ACTION 8TH GRADE 7TH GRADE ,- BICENTENNIAL DAY MINUTEMAN HONOR STUDENTS CLASSES MUSIC STUDENT GOVERNMENT MINUTEMEN ADMINISTRATION FACULTY A ODDS AND ENDS mm W' T2 T7 " I . I 'Mn' C ' 7 'QC Km I. w I GN. I F ILS 'wif I I S 1- f ,I A . - - Q I W 9 . OOONU1-IBUHXJI-I U1U1U1-Ib-Ib-Ib-Ib--Ib-Ib-mborxJNNNHI-IHHI-II-II-II-rJ NI-1000008-Ib-NOxON-ISN:-lOxOO0xIOS-bww:-Ioso l ' n ' , 1 5 ' O - I 3 , k 2. ' . , Q ..--I: Q ." fy- - 2. -5 'I S . 44 l I TO EACH OF US THIS BICENTENNIAL YEAR CAN HAVE MANY DIFFERENT MEANINGS, BUT THERE ARE A FEW BASIC THEMES THAT WILL RECUR TIME AND AGAIN THROUGHOUT THIS ANNIVERSARY YEAR: THE UNITED STATES IS A NATION OF "LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL." OUR COUNTRY WAS BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF HIGH MORAL STANDARDS AND DEEP PERSONAL COMMIT MENTS. WE ARE A NATION OF PEOPLE WITH THE STRENGTH AND INTEGRITY TO BE A MIGHTY POWER, BUT WE ALSO POSSESS THE ABILITY TO LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES, AND MOVE FORWARD. BECAUSE OF THESE THINGS WE WILL CONTINUE TO BE THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. AND SO IT IS WITH IZAAK WALTON INTERMEDIATE. WE THE STUDENT BODY, ARE PLEDGED TO CONDUCT OURSELVES IN THE BEST INTEREST OF OUR SCHOOL. FOR IT IS IN SCHOOLS SUCH AS OURS THROUGHOUT THIS GREAT NATION, THAT THE SUCCEEDING GENERATIONS WILL BE EDUCATED AND INSTILLED WITH THE IDEAS AND IDEALS THAT WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE THIS NATION A MONUMENT TO FREEDOM, THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. in x I" HCI Tiff ICI X, ' effialfj V .LV l CIEI A X S 1 E Gi 2 Q E -. 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WITH A CASTLE FOR THE BACKGROUND AND COURTLY SPLENDOR FOR ALL TO GAZE UPON, WALTON HELD ITS ANNUAL ROYAL BALL. , ROXANNE KEATLY AND DAN BAKER WERE AN EXCELLENT ROYAL COUPLE AND ALL THOSE CHOSEN AS MEMBERS OF THE COURT WERE WELL RECIVED BY ALL IN ATTEND- ANCE. IN OTHER WORDS. . . IT WAS A BLAST! THE ROYAL BALL DANCE MIKE SMITH THE ROYAL COURT I TWILLA JOHNSON I LEANNE CLANIN I ROYAL BALL 'no rrqz -I ":I: 'L' :U cn rn D -I cn E cn -I rn JP U O, 'TI -I :I: L' no 95 Q-I ow F-'33 o ZI- cn K ID -I rrI E -I :I: rn o -I :I: rn no PWC!! I-IH CUZ CONNIE RICK -'ACK HAND'-EY ' RICK INTVELD ANN FISHER THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BETRIOS ONLY OUR ROLLER SKATING PARTIES WERE A REAL , BLAST THIS YEAR THERE WERE SPILLS, A BEsToIf THE PAIRS! STUDENTS DOING A Tioga, .K THING THAT THEY LIKE . A A TO D0 NAIVIELY SKAT- ING! My I I 1- ff - I - 'T!," ' 'Qu CO-REC NIGHT THIS YEAR WAS A BIG SUCCESS. SOME PLAYED BASKETBALL, OTHERS TRIED CHECKERS, PING PONG, VOLLEYBALL, AND STILL OTHERS TRIED THEIR HAND AT A FORM OF NIAYHEIVI CALLED KEEP AWAY DRIBBLE DRIVE LEEANNE TO THE RESCUE YOUR NIOVE THE GANGS ALL HERE C0-REC NIGHT U B I2 S 7. 1 O 1' I, T1 I .I Ig? . its ' TF I --'QI-iiiirf Wigiiii fl-li 255 : --1 '-ff1lg:fg'::' '91I:.Qfi! 'fiii-ti-. --141.51-.fi-T 5- BOWLING SOIVIETHINGS FISHY IN THE FISHING CLUB. NC L CLUB STRIKES AGAIN! CLICK! ITS THE PHOTO CLUB THE TEEN CLUBS AT WALTON SERVE A VERY SPECIAL FUNC- TION. THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN THE CLUBS STUDENTS LEARN THE PARTICULAR SKILLS RE- QUIRED TO CARRY OUT THEIR INVOLVEIVIENT IN THE ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB. WHILE WE ONLY HAVE THREE CLUBS THIS YEAR, THE MEMBERS OF THE CLUBS ARE QUITE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT THEIR ACTIVITIES. DIARY OF ANNE FRANK SPRING ELECTIONS THE MAGICIAN MARCH OF KELLY NMFS DAWSON SIGHT AND SOUND I E S RACHEL HO LCU MB ARGO NAU TS DANCE BAND ASSEMBLIES ARE ALWAYS AN IMPOR- TANT PART OF THE ACTIVITIES HERE AT WALTON. 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IIIIII III AIIII-III... nv- In rIIIIIaI-I 4 ul no :Amis ul the lfnkn pn-una. bold and :spy ny Olllrf nl har. Til ludgqnl nd PInI1hInI. craving lo Ih.I1lhr IIIIIIIIIIIJ IIIIAIIIII :Iv fun SECTION C. Tir Tllfl, Plnrrl :J Hour' of hrldnng Flu Imax lov Yrnalum and ol: lu! Dv Colgan may ll any hav by Lau -ml: I-I mllrr un h RQIIIIIIIIIIIIQ, ru Q Tk Cnlgnu :lull axsnubla :I Inu Ima III run Ymr, -md nu A a Allows Day. In nrb Inn by If Lcgilllbn Dar IIIIlu.I :ky :bell by Ln qpoiu SECTION 3. Earl Nous: :ball lr lb: judge III the flu Imu. In h Bunnuu bu n nulln Iunbn -un MIIIIIIII Imp. dn and Paalnn as and Hun may prank, Enrb Noun may JounIIu It R-In lfsbvn ol carb :bell manual: a Quin ' rn. in Incl Mann. -J uh' I ol nm lbirdl. cqnl n 5.4 nm- -ul Away I 1.-I-I1 III III nvfyg :J O0 Yon :J Nay: al lk lrubrvr lurk: Nun. Lung Ik SIIIIIIII I-If f III :Md Ik In Noun nkll be num.. SECTION 6. Tk Slwdnn CJ lfpn-.IrnulIIrr U-nd Suns. Tk-y :ball In dl Cuu, unpr nqnlwr llonn, and in png lu -Id n-nIuIIIg Na Svulnru lcpnlnluln-1 shall. hung uid rbnll hw ha rnqri of if Enolmlnu :MII If 1 loubov of nlltr than Amq hu Cm SECTION 7. All Iilll lu rninsg Ruvcnu :bil Balls. nu lon lndglnll vpn! Io- uundus In lnuud, n any ann Plan Ibn Ihr uf Ik Tranny nl be al Ihr Jando! ol ldv III any Iukv Plan, of lr Uuund Intl. adn Ibn Unrod Suns, Ann an un otha En-My lull Uhr! lbnll 50: flu!! lb! Hour: ol Ulilvl SHUI: ll be Qgmw bo :ball up II, hi Il -III h Obinrinnalaqv an alan p-nnl. adpncnd In In und. spun will Dc Glyn-IIIIIII, Io M uber Nun. by Ls. Du in dl nrb Cain lk Voln ol bib linen: :ball M nund an Ibojnuvwal ulrnrb Noun nzpn-lwvly. ll In hun pnuuud III bm, Ik S-If Ikll lv a Lu. In IIA' inner I Cu: il :ball nor bv l Low. em, nun. nII.I.II.-III. .I v.II F. .mfs be 11130 lllll M frfrluud lo lk Pundnu of lb: lllll le refund by lu :buds af Ik Inav and Noun ol Rrprunlnuu-u. ormvhng ro lr Ruin and l.InIIInnoIII purnbed In th Can al a lill. Il an he Pnndna al nk bow nngnvlltl. who lbdl can Do al Abu Noon: Ikll qrn In pun ch IIII, il :ball Ov and by Im :hah nl IMI Ilan. II nbdl kan: a Nunn ol nba Pnnun I-cling In cd qaur lk Dill abd! IIIIAIII nu Day: ISII-why: I-III-opal :luv il ndl bac ek Cnngnn ly Ihrn Adpqnuunul pnvnl nu Inna, In slid whrl al :J Nall: ol lfprvsrnlnhvr! :ly 50 nofruovy ftxrql on 1 pinion ag' I6 hlmv :bf Inna skll ldv Ellen. :hall lr Qpawl by bin. of bdq Jiuqpnenfbyhh, CTION I. The Cuugnu :bell bn-u Pau-uv To lay and mllrrl Tun. I7-un, lquln and Exrnu, In 'gy 'AI Dain and proud: for lc reason Duhon -'pond 'dlp' ol lk Unuud Slang buf all Dunn, lnyun al Eucuu :bull be nnlnm Ihaugbo-I Ile Uund flung To hmm annoy an Ib: I-Ivlu ol In INIIIIJ Kun-II .pn-cw . Qlf""Q'-TIM' , .- 'T 5 1 ' 1 A TS .. S , . - -- - , Efaqgxwf A-1: ,A '. 3 t1 . -T SSJYSNLX ..:T-Ss.,-EE , -. If-T A ?ijf,fT"j f a. K, T- ,gg 'S 3 - h , , Sk 53.5, . K . ---S - X5 A E f' . -. . ' A .. S 3 ?T1AwA S 3 - . S ...it 3 'I' is :A X , ES- L A - A 'S V A t X! 1933? y JSE X ii S Q 5 EIGHTH GRADE B'S SEVENTH GRADE B'S . THE vvn.D CATS FOOTBALL TEAMS mn NOT no AS WELL THIS YEAR AS IN 1 f THE PAST, BUT ALL ' H THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED ENJOYED THE SPORT AND THE COIVIPETITION. SQ QB? Q AQEQS A -J- ,111 . F- T' S A.- -E - - -' , E ' E EIGHTH GRADE A'S ' ' .-I A '- :.'siv.s-:'.-if-A-A "GOT CHA!" Qweccm J: .Af ,.. c .. , .N-, - 71 DX 5l . . .SS.-Na+ -my A SA Q . SEVENTH GRADE A'S , T -1e'- -A A 'IT'SA PASS. HEBY DOIN' THE BUMP. SEVENTH GRADE A'S, B'S 81 C'S IIOOPISI THE GIRLS AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS PRO- GRAM STARTED OFF WITH A SERVE AS THE 8TH GRADE AND 7TH GRADE PARTICIPATED IN VOLLEYBALL DUR- ING THE FALL. EVEN THOUGH NO CHAMPION- SHIPS WERE WON, EVERYONE HAD A GOOD TIME AND AFTER ALL THAT'S WHAT SPORTS IS ALL ABOUT ANYWAY. VOLLEYBALL Q "PATTY CAKE, PATTY CAKE. . . W' ' , f Y ' '2Q'k'mf-we al Nan' f. 1 f ,wg . , ,.,rm .,,..- bw ' -'Az' .f.. - -fvngm, -12.1.5 is 'f '- Juv.. 1 1' in za.-is 1-:I,,vX -' fa, , wif: . f-f.g,f A - 'Y my H. ' I X K A .g 1- , V- I I Rf! -vm,-.var - ' Q w . f K .lil ,. .. .I 2, I .wr-i':fa .. ' ' I J ' Nw i' -ff ,I I " I I , P , Q5 M. 4' A A -H . I 2 , -- 5 f fi . . V X . 1 W i, I 0, ig l 3. 54: I X? A yg Ygf fgv If? L- gl A-, - '7 .A a x f .gh . I ' fx I . - . '- Ig! Q55 -. 'gf , , Q. I ' LA V Na ,K , - ,W W I K Q .. , Q B 4 1: 'f -QR, - ' ' SEVENTH GRADE SOCCER TEAIVI. "WHERE'S THE REST OF THE TEAM?" . . 1-- 5. . N , Q V K. sf W wa .HW 1. .,m,3. K Q Qmk Sz, ,,, 1 L, x. - - 1 .L . I 12- ,P if-img' I3 -I - .E-sximI2W"e , Its. - f .ggyqix i f , -- . , I fl, 11' Q. X- ' f , , Q I , , iwgww. I f -1 'W , ' 5 2 A ,'14 g 'a ?. ' ' .1-.ami 'Y -'15 Q ,- I ffm ' " ' - A '-Ii'.fis.fii-s1:"':s ii i in -Fzwesffljn V 5. . fi A X' '55 , 'f ., "HOW AIVI I AT THE BODY WAVE?,, "WHERE'D IT GO?" BASHAMS KICK. "I'LL TRIP HlIVI!" 0 I 0 n , , I I n I KH 5' ,Q S z- fin 'N I, X ix N 'KW 1 :Hi Qvswqf X X 'Y ' gif? I O gfdfii? L. , --, G- "' " A "5 ' U I . ' -4 f I Qiiiil Lf , . Q . , Q : - Q' f -.wr q.,w---Nz W., . If . Q, - 41- Y' g u i -15 HEX! 1, .. .3.uina.!fE- xg ,L A- l. L. . iffj1j IIwf f"35t f ,E ff I If I I' ' K .if Kxsi5f,? .1 . A , ' f If A xy--, .x 'N ' ff 1 W, 3 , I xx , ma , . ,. I' ' ' I I 'ffQQ'f?. I . ' ' I iw, I, . I I' 5 ' ' ' " -T1 'I I ' ' I . ,Q gl , , , Q If I LQ S F'-'Z 6,555 .2 na JZJQIQII If IfYI'If.,,II .--r- If-If '!,p T 9 will rg 7' IASJW -AV ppt 1,4 .fri- -, ' I ' 7, -11 Q? . 1. I, if I-er A x f , , I' l 4 IRS It 321- g f -V' .' 'CFA 121- "fav - Ii 1 .rf-' ,-Y uv-xi' ,. ,' 0 - ".- . " -- '. I. n 4 IL. 3.7.5, 'ig-L' 3 S "Env l. .Q 5, 2'-if it .z' .Eta -xv - I' F JM I,"-2 3 J' I!! I El F Je, gs! K 'QE i "Jg..u 4, " . - J' ' ' . ' , ""' W1 U' 5-q., ? Le pa X ,- If ' gas ,. :f-2,-gg. -' 1 - f I ' . . ., , Ax., .- , iff,- .-152 - .' Af' . W -.fi 51, - .1 ' ' 5. :P "Q 2" ' A I ' g- -5-win-In -'Q -, -I ' -.l - U" 1 Jay- . 'c K- lg I fi 1 ik? in 1 ,I rv 1 N- I - . 4 " iw ' ' "IR ,gffefiay H' A I " ' - "' ,'..k .5'?gQj:"!' .igvffi if gfhfpf ' A11' gg N.. .'-1 '-51" 1513? -fl.-gfffa-.::l1 IEQ L-",vf-EZ q A 4. L - ' E . 'E - " '?"' ' HPI fn- bn -6' Q. ' Q -1--"' EIGHTH GRADE SOCCER TEANI. THE SECOND SPORT THE BOYS PARTICIPATED IN THIS YEAR WAS SOCCER. THE SEASON WAS TOO SHORT FOR NIOST CONCERNED BE- CAUSE THEY ALL APPEARED TO HAVE A REAL GOOD TIIVIE. SOIVIE GUYS WILL DO ANYTHING TO GET THEIR KICKS. STORY COG EDAYGENI IVE CSQQO JUNIPBALL WISH THEY'D NIOVE THE BASKET! GIRLS BASKETBALL TURNED OUT TO BE A BIG SUCCESS WITH THE 7th GRADE A'S WINNING A CITY CHAIVIPIONSHIP. THE BIG GUNS FOR THE A'S WE RE TANYA IVIOTHERSHED. LESLIE CROSBY, AND BETTY CLARK. THE REST OF THE TEAIVI THAT IVIADE THE WHOLE THING SUCH A SUCCESS WERE DIANE CROSBY, CHRIS IVICINNIS, AND CHRISTY VAN SKYOCK. CON- G0 JO GO, I-IQIEESSEIIHAD LONGER GRATU LATIONS. B A G S I K R E A L T S B A AL L SEVENTH GRADE A s AND B's EIGHT A s AND B s - 19 WALTON'S BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS WERE HIGHLY COMPET- ITIVE. WITH THE STH GRADE "A's" AND 7TH GRADE "A'S" STARTING OUT STRONG, AND NEVER LACKING IN FIGHT. THE "B" TEAMS AND THEIR COACHES FELT THAT THEIR TEAMS WERE I HIGHLY ENTHUSI- ASTIC, AND RE- PRESENTED THE SCHOOL VERY 3TH GRADE HB' WELL. 5" LYTLE WINS THE TIP A S B K 0 B Y T S B A L 20 L COMPTON HITS AGAIN 7TH GRADE "A'S" 7TH GRADE "B'S" - STH GRADE "A'S'C,J - Q! B T 'TW NYJ! 9' .M-.Q,mA,w-,.. ..,, .S HM, , - - A., . 1 3 r sf" 8Tll IFIIMIE THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER O! sAY, can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming: Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming, And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still thereg O! say, does that Star-spangled Banner still wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? On the shore, dimly seen through the mist of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam- In full glory reflected, now shines on the streamg 'Tis the Star-spangled Banner, O! long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. And where is the band who so vauntingly swore That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion A home and a country would leave us no more? Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution. No refuge could save the hireling and slave. From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave! And the Star-spangled Banner in triumph doth wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. O! thus be it ever when freemen shall stand Between their loved homes and the foe's desolationg Bless'd with victory and peace, may our Heaven-rescued land Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation. Then conquer we must, for our cause it is just- And this be our motto-"ln God is our trust!" And the Star-spangled Banner in triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. 1 81 1 FRANCIS Scorr KEY A I AcuNA, ADRIAN A. 1- - . - I n K. I gf Q - f I 1- . E: X- .,z x .A f I A .X 4 jvfi , If - BREEN, VICKY BRENEMAN, sco'r'r BRILL, BILL BRIGGS, DEBRA BROKKE, LES A BI.ACKN1A N A , BARBARA A I A B LA KE, IMIKE I BOBZIE Ni BARR BA RA h BOERSNIA, SPERANZA- BOWDEN, BRETT BRASINIKAS, GEORGE . 1.11. " BERTSCH,3JEFF , I I X mALEXANDER,SABRENA I ALEXANDER, sco'r A - ALLEN, BRENT I . A I f ALvAREz,'sANnY -W BB1BA' 'ANTHONOWITSCH, ESHERI I I NIYMOST EEMBARRASSING NIOMENTSWASEBWHEN A TEACHER MAEBEfRME ,HUGATHE TREEQALL CLASS TIME. A 22,2222 I 5 P'21z7Eur-' ' A I gfg "Q ZUrnmp- V 14 I M ' , rnfn' ' m mfffey, , . ' Q? M-o I ,IN ,,'gg ' I I O1 Z .4 -440 A A . A,.: " ff' , , ' , I "li' 'wi' 1 I ,BBA f , 'Q ff: 4332952312 f ,aff Q X W Q' 5 I Iw,mb9SIrr I f A I EARE I VBE,V A 1-Rb C -I rn su-I , ,,-, "7Yf"'I"Ogm' ' . 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Q 'nw I, f x ' , ,, CARRIERE, TAMMY CASPER, MARY A cHAR'roN, BONNIE CISNEROS, AL cLAN1N, LEANNE x X it CHESSHIR MICHAEL . 3, X5 ' X 'E Qi O ?.,-Q' MY 'FON DEST1 MEAMAO.RYRAfA A AMEMORY WALTON WAS WHEN MS. 3 A A WALIQNRWAS EMISSBING . 3.3 . A .f N. 1 A EcLovEN,,'rAMMv A B 1 A CUGHILL,-'CHERYL A coLLrNs, JEFE , , RN - A .N ,. A, I Q COMPTON, PAT A CONNORS, KAREN cooMLER DARREN C00 YQ "N" Ns-R RA NE, TINA RANFILL, ROY RENSHAW CARL URTIS, DARRYL UTLER, BETH AVIDSON BEBBY Wi' M ww 'KRW DOUG TODO C200 2351-'71 ' 55:4 2 CSIRO Opml Zim P45 Nav -viwswg DAVIS CONNIE DAVIS MARK DEAN THERESA DEATHERAGE, RICHAR 1 DEVINE TODD DEVORE, LINDA ,lb Q--qw aw 'I cv DYER, CARO LE -.Af ....... W ENCINEAS, DARLENE A A, w 'Qtr 1 EA. , . A g 'L "!L'F E COONS, GREG COOPER, ROBERT CORNELIUS CHRISTIN CORREIA, RtXANN COURSEY, BARBARA COVERSTON, NEIB1 '59 Q9 BIAS, MAu1 DICKSON, PA1'f1 o1xoN, CINDY nxxom, scoT DOHERTY, MARGARET DOLPH, LINDA lpluli' i 'Q - ' 1 A A R ., AASA A A - A 5 2 RR A ' A kfwl .. 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FOWLER, ROBIN FRAME, CYNDIE FUNSTON, JULIE FURROW, .IUANITA BALLD, NATHON CALLLIP ALICIA I AAAR I 4 125 AB A , A SBA I- is 'AL f""" -v' AW I S y X X N' V -Q A in I EK N :Q w Q iv lx A ww-v E, E gb Xa-9 it ,Q A Y X Us Fixx Ii he A r X 5 A YQ' ,G 5 M 1 A6 X Ng ,R r owne.. N Q E, Szi mm in Q E r W THE MEANEST THING A TEACHER DID T0 ME WAS HAVE ME THROW AWAVSMY SPIT WAD. I A GALSCHI0DT,EEVA , CALuzA,sHANN I . GARCIA, BRENDA A I , A GARDNER, KIM Y S, GARRITY, ROSE, , ' GARZA LARRY I THE HAPPIEST THlNG THAT HAPPENED TO NIE WAS WHEN THE B-52 SEAGULL MISSED. B A GRUIS, ANDREA GUERRIER, BRIAN I :iff .. -I I 1 3. . ii-xi GRAND, SILVIA , RAY f RUDY CDNNIE I , CAROL I GROVE, JEFF A GROVE GEAR, BRENDA BLINES, CHRIS GNIAZDOWSKI, Co LETTE GOMEZ, KATHY SGOODGER, LISA BCSSETT, PAT an--K QE Y CUEVARA, ART - , A BuIzLo, JENNY A I GUTHRIE, MIKE X. HAGER, JIM I A --g,,,f , Y LEIG H 10?- VID HAsKINs, LAUREN HAwKINs, DANNY HAYWARO, ROY HEBBENSTREIT CAROL HENNING., DEBBIE HENRY, STEVE I 1, A im ' Q in I V3 G9 Q 5 " M M HKD F' Af f M A, A fi 5 ff , ,ENV 77 gg 2 lcgirmww f I rn Z UI r" U1 rn 'N K... P , -C HOEFLING, KURT HOLCOMB RAOH HOPPE, DENNIS' HOPPE, DIANA HOWELL, BOBBY I'An1AETAoDND51?AgM1E4hggImvlAgN'T THE 'WESTEWNGATEACHER ABLE TO FIND AN UNLOCKED g QLDTEQS YEEW,Qj5N2LVE,EH'E , A BATHROOM. . I I-A iw KAUFNIAN, LOUISE KEAT LEY, ROXANNE KEATON, JOHN KEMP, DIANA ' I KING, BRYAN KOZA, TRUDY " AEI LINDWEDEL, KAREN LITTLE, KAREN LITTLE, STEVE A LIvEzEY, VE LDA LONG, CINDEE LOOKER, SHERYL ' 5, sf HUNT, MIKE, ' A A IA KIPO, JOE Q TW? IRICK, JODIE JA COBSON, JERRY Ig. -JOHNSON, DEBBIE KAPLANEK, BOB Q . LovELAcE, KATHEE Lvjr LE, GENE mAc1As, Jo:-TN nvsAc1EL, ELIA NTADAU, JEFF T MADRIGAL. BARRETT E345 F SWG THE NICEST THING ATEACHER MY C'-A55 om FOR ME WAS MOVE ME NEXT TO MY GIRLFRIEND. MONDRAGONQ PHILLIP NIONTREVERDE, AUDRE MooRE, DEBBIE MOORE, DEREK F MORELAND, TRov MORRIS, SHELDON YEN ,, - SHEI LA PARKINSONQ PATTY I PATTERSON, Jesse PEREZ, ANDREW PETTETIER, TONY PHILLIPS, MARC K If V1 PICCIRE L LI, ROXA NNE ,J PICKERING, secxv PICKERING, LISA - PI LKINGTON JEFF IPOOL, ROY' PILSTL, Ru1"I-I POSIAD LII4, PAT HAPPINESS IS. 4 . . Q . . . I. RAIN, JOHN I RAMOS, JEFF RANIOS, s'rEve A REIvIIcIc, LOIS ROBERTSON DONNA ROCHA, .JULIE SESSIONS, SUSAN SHEID, JIM SILVA, Joe SILVEIRA, ATI-IENA SLATER, KENNY s LAuc.I-I'I'I:R, DENISE VACATION DT I NIE, Na 'Uh U I A' 5, I APDYNIATTIIEWI' I PRIDDIY, ROBERT A PUCHAILSKI, ROY FUN LA, DDIN -PgYNN,,,D,A RIRENA . RAG LAND, PAM IVIY Most EIVIBARRASSING: MONIENTRRWAS WHERN IRGOT PUSHEDOUTS1IDE OF,THEiP.E. 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K - , Y -I 5 THE NICEST THING THAT A TEACHER DID FOR ME WAS NOT MAKING ME STAY AFTER SCHOOL." THE MEANEST THING A TEACHER DID WAS MAKE ME WRITE A 100 WORD ESSAY AND THEN THREW IT AWAY, THEN MADE ME DO IT AGAIN Q A CLOVEN, MIKE I E 2,K,,I,..A..Y-cg wi , coBBs, BARRY , A I A COLLUP, LISA , ,I , uw I CONROY,SHERI L, I J i I A A COONII-ER, BRAD I wx I . ,gm , ' " ,- K sq I ' O O - BARBARA A A A p CRONBERG, MIKE I W , 1 I CROSBY, DIANE . F A 'R f I I , ,S I CROSBY, LESLIE I .ap , gl, A If I CUNNINGHAM, -- A RLIL I I I I PHILIP ' A DAVIDOW, DENNY , A. I . -I X ,irgv i b -- A DAVIDSON, CLARK MA I A A I I Y DAVIS, RANNIE A A , GL-QT I I f A 5 , DAVISON, JILL .L A Q-I I,LL R, , A-Y , DAY, VA I-ERIE IAEA A A , A IATA A f I A' -i-, I DEARBORN, JOHN ' A ,.Rf AALE S, DEATHERAGE, RUSSELL I 3 'S f RATI A A III . 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N . ? if EBSQ I-E Nw A 'lk NA iENf IgIEEEoR ugNoAvIo I Nmzasro N, MONIQUE fMEND0NCA,fN MIKE TMEYERI CHERYL - ENM1cHAi.1K, NQHou.v 'T WU-S.NNDANrA I I 'C' 3' N I 75 NTAN N - . Q I I A 'M' I f Mc cuNTocK, GLEN 5 NN I Mc DONALD, DEAN I Mc INNIS, CHRISTINE x ME X if A av-A v wg E Y K Y .A I 3 " ' gy' ' iv X iq I Lv 4' E AE, mx ' bf Ei I k sl? M I X E :rw 'Y NuoI.INA,NEREo N: 1 " Q I 5, N ,N NN Q, 'I M k MONDRAGAON, DIANE- j ' 5 I in W x I X 3, in M I M BN A A vc:- . Q 4 gkx Q R 5 Aw i 2' X an ix Q jx' ml' Q MYISAD DEST MEIVIORYIAT N I IWA I-TONVWASN WHEN el QTHRNEWQ N A Q AWAYA MY BURRITEO INSTEAD? ' I OF THE PAPER. NN 3 Q E 1 1 Q I 1 A THE NaosT ENTBARRASSING MOMENT WASNWHEN Nw TEACHER HEARDME cuss. 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L'- .A ' A gi , fi, , K , , , A E A A A , A A D , jmA A EEK 7 4 HA RAA1 mL'f+ A i A - GQ - - . -A A-YE fy M ,w A . Q 1 f --A '75 A A Af A , , ,...,. - ' - A A , if ' A 1 Y " - ' -.-, ' A f i A' - . fi i A 9YJ5,wf4 :Q'. . V Qf Q in A A A - , -lf ' 5" f -A '1 - ' f A-Y.'2AEQwvEffAQ5A AAYAD -WA sw L gf 1K1 iam SCHNHDER MARK Q . fbi- . ' ' A , fr Y A 1- - 1 3 A . . ' A A A ' A 32 +5 . . Ai - A A . sf A Y, ,-" if L,L'A 'ENE A A A A A QA A ig A kLif s,, QA gb, YAiLAgL AAL ds- it A Ag ERR YA f A Eg A ' A A A. A A A L- I A LAL , f A A A . I 'Q f A . 'F ' f A A A f A A A A A A A EDLA LAYL WELCH, cmnv N WENSINGER, DALE ws-lm-:, MIKE . WHITTINGTON3 CAN DY - WILLIAMS, APRIL Q ' WILSON, LAMoNA I-6 zaowm, Josv f 745'-i"' N-A gm, A THE STUDENTS SHOWN ON THE NIINUTEMEN PAGES ARE IDENTIFIED AS STUDENT AIDS .S EACH OF THESE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN FOR TWO SEIVIESTERS TO WORK IN THE CLASSROOIVIS, THE OFFICE, AND THE LIBRARY. THE STUDENT AID'S WORK IS VERY VALUABLE TO THE SCHOOL AND SO WET HONOR THEM ON THESE THREE PAGES OF OUR YEARBOOK WITH A SINCERE THANK YOU. Wg. 'Q X XKXX ' . 5 . Em-ICIZ-'Z Zm SlIllllllS'lll!S ol the Senate nd House ol Repre- .sqldied . . . At the proposal of the Russian lmperial Government. made through the minister of the Emperor re- siding here, a full power and instructions have been trans- mitted to the minister of the United States at St. Petersburg to arrange by amicable negotiations the respective rights and irterestl of the two nations on the northwest coast of this continent. A similar proposal had been made by His lmperial Majesty to the govemment of Crest Britain, which has like- wise been aoceded to. The govemment ol the United States has been desirous, by this friendly proceeding, of manifesting the great value which they have invariably attached to the friendship of the Emperor and their solicitude to cultivate the best understanding with his government. ln the discussions to which this interest has given rise and in the arrangements occasion has been judged n which the rights and that thc American condition which they henceforth not to be con- hy any European by which they may proper for asserting, as s interests of the United States continents, by the lree and have assumed and sidered as subjects for powers .... of the last session in Spain and Portugal of those countries, and extraordinary modera- he result has been anticipated. lt was stated at that a great effort was to improve the condition that it appeared to be tion. lt need so far very with which we we derive our pectators. the most of their fellow- of the European have never tahen so to do. lt is menaced that our defense. Of events in have so much origin, we have The citiaena of the lriudly in favor on that side powers in matters part, nor my when our we ressnt 'ith the we are ol neces- dgumbp ze "fc-191' Monroe ' e December 2, 1823 lations existing between the United States and those nowen lu declare that we should consider any attempt on th lf vt to extend their system to any portion of this hemis' ,w dangerous to our peace and safety. With the existing , 5. or dependencies of any European power we have ' fered and shall not interfere. But with the goverr',X have declared their independence and lltaintai.f i whose independence we have, on great ronsiderahxi 'X just principles, scltnowledged, we could not view any kr- position for the purpose ol suppressing them, or cod L! ' man 'r ' , by any European. power I any other a a. of an unfriendly these in my other ner ther destiny 'n th n s new we have adhered, no change shall occur authorities of this change on the part their security. an which. in the government, of the United The late events in Spain and Portugal show that Europe is still unsettled. 0f this important fart no stronger proof can be adduced than that the allied powers should have thoulhty it proper, on any principle satisfactory to themselves, to hr? interposed by force in the internal concerns of Spain. :J what extent such interpositions may be carried, on the r V 5' principle, is s question in which all independent whose governments differ from theirs are interested,xiA those most remote, and surely none more so than the LE States. Our policy in regard to Europe, which was adof at an early stage of the wars which have so long agitated quarter of the globe, nevertheless remains the same, whiel not to interfere in the internal concems of any of its powt ., to consider the government de facto as the legitimate QDVQIII' ment for us: to cultivate friendly relations with il, and to preserve those relations hy a frank, lirrn, and manly policy, meeting in all instances the just claims of every power, submitting to injuries from none. llut in regard to these lthe Americanl continents cir- cumstances are eminently and conspicuously different. lt is impossible that the allied powers should extend their political system to any portion of either continent without our peace and happiness: nor can anyone believe that our southern brethren, if lelt to themselves, would adopt it of their own accord. It is should behold such ence. - ch ll is "' I we I ,WSIB M ww fwfwfwvff DAMN" CVM I K I I I I I I ,agiiww CEO A Aw" 10 ZYDZLUJIR f A A ?-ffl' 51-IOYC VVUI .xfflfl 5' I '7f51Q"Q' LV Low E J 3 iff, ,RB mx NCD TO BECOME A STUDENT WORTHY OF THE TITLE "HON- OR STUDENT" IS NOT AN EASY THING. FIRST YOU NEED T0 HAVE THE ABILITY TO UNDER- S'I AND THE SUBJECTS BEING TAUGHTQ SECONDLY, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, YOU NEED TO HAVE THE DRIVE, AMBITION, DESIRE, AND EN- COURAGEMENT THAT IT TAKES TO ORGANIZE ALL OF YOUR EFFORTS TOWARDS THAT OB- JECTIVE. THESE STUDENTS WERE ABLE TO PUT IT T0- GETHER WELL ENOUGH TO BE THE TOPS IN THEIR CLASS FOR TWO QUARTERS, OR IN OTHER WOR DS, FOR THE FIRST SE- MESTER. CONGRATULATIONS I TO ALL OF YOU. HONOR ROLL STH GRADE BONNIE CHARTON ANN FISHER ALICIA GA LLUP COLETTE GNIAZDOWSKI CAROL HEBENSTREIT JEAN MEECHAM SHANNON TROUT 7TH GRADE JULIE MARCHANTE ROBIN PINKERTON MISSY REIF THERESA SPARKS INOT SHOWNJ LESLIE CROSBY JAMIE TINNES HONOR STUDENTS F "NW X , fkkx xx NN!,.,iW . . X I - .x,:Q01: X- V xv' K K I i I K 5 . 2 Q 1,1 1 Q 4 VL- Lkk 2 Mi i K 'L Y 5. I K f . tw ,' 'WM I , -' gy ,. X., h , , 'P T AU l x ax curl: Lil 4,1 43 QC 9, XQNKQXXQ5 QQ QQ' ' '19 W 'VN 9. , S 6 I SBK? XAQCQAQQIC CLASSES WE TAKE MANY OF THE HERE AT WALTON HELP US TO GET DIFFERENT VIEWS OF THE LEARNING PROCESS. THIS PROCESS HELPS US TO BECOIVIE BETTER CITIZENS AND TO ONE DAY BE THE LEADERS OF OUR COUNTRY. "- 5322 ,sw-'H 'I ,x iff if J? J' GUITAR -EQ " . ' 24" A- - '33 if NI I I 5146 . '- . is 9-If wil-N , f' iigxh . Cx f 5 Inf ji.: 1-A A 1 , wg Q.. ' '- - a I' 1 . .7 ','.- ' I' .3 :-' ,QW BIOLOGY TYPING ' BAND 44 oFFlcE PRACTICE T JOURNALISNI WGS LIBRARY PRACTICE ART sPAmsH GENERAL scuzmcs XJ " A' g' 1 vvooDsHoP jxaik' QC A y V MD Lg3fxxSLQ'I1Q1535 Xffwbgkiiw A Q C R L A S EEE 5 his 92 . X E515 COOKING QQLLN QQ QQXUQLQ f20TXCX Q,.Fx,0lL ' X 45 Ei: K h K K . . MIMIIIISTIIMIIIII - FE Sk-Q I . November 19. 1863 N- The Gettysburg Address KJ X Four score and seven years ago our 'fathers brought forth on this continent. nation, conceived in Lihertylil dedicated to the proposition that all men X. equal. I . I are engaged in a great civil war, testing and so dedicated, can long that war. We have come to dedicate a fox those who hue gan their llus fitting and proper that we should do sense. we can not dedicate 00 The brave men far above our pool what ue s xx that nation or any are met on a great of that field, as a nation might live. consecrate - we who struggled detract. The world never forget what ' " living, rather to to the unfinished X have is rather reat task remaining that from the. ed devotion to that cause for which they gave the l that we here highly resolve that these dead shall n Q his nation. under God, shall have a new birth of freedom -e and thfvfn .. ent of the people, by the people. for the people, shall not perish from the earth. m mswsmmmmmlm... WWW- MTW- STUDE T M GOVERNME T 1ST SEM. COUNCIL ' L- m L. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR . . . 2ND SEMESTER COUN 1ST SEM. R EPR ESEN TA TIVES THE CENTER OF STUDENT ACTIVITY AT WALTON IS THE STUDENT GOVERNMHXIT. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO WITH THE REST OF STUDENTS INTEREST AT HEART, THINK UP, PUBLICIZE, AND PUT THEIR ENTHUSI- ASM BEHIND THE ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS WE HAVE AT OUR SCHOOL. MAUI DIAS AND GENE LYTLE DID GOOD JOBS IN GUIDING THEIR COUN- SELS TO ACHIEVE A SMOOTH RUNNING GOVERNMENT. 2ND SEM. REPRESENTATIVES CIL MAUI DIAS GENE LYT LE NUTE -:A 2 I i ji .nf-, . ,, b 4 ' -3,3,. 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' vis MAQUWQ I I if - A BAIR , ENT fl BEATTIE, RICHARDEER BLADE,susAN V I CHANEY,MARLENE CUSTANCE DOUG GERBER, I ROBERTA I HOLTZNIAN, I FRANK I HOPKINS, JAN HUNTER, LINDA I KREIVIER, ROBERT I LANDRUIVI, DELOIS I LEECH, FELICIE I NIARHSALL, CYNDIE MARSHALL, NIAE I NIARTIN, SHIRLEY I NIATHLIN, I BARBARA I I MURRAY, NINA I PIERCE, GUY PIROLO, MARVIN REDNIOND, PAT I I SKVARLA, JINI I SOLLIDAY, I IVIARJORIE I SNYDER, STEPHANIE TAKIIVIOTO, JACK fgzzzqdj vocal. NIARCIA V' , WHITAKER,JAY SIGN Cf? WILLIAIVlS,J.P. WG! u G0 I my FACULTY 5, 52 'OI UJUO ON THIS PAGE ARE THE QM PM PICTURES THAT IN SOME DW WAY couLDIII'T FIT IN AL My AIIIY OF THE OTHER PAGES Www U, BUT WE FEEL OUR YEAR gm BooK WOULD BE INCONI- W WWW PI.ETE WITHOUT GIVING AI RECOGNITION TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE OR EVENTS. P 51- ' V. ' iff. 'J E INS upuon - ,, y ls Egg: .Alb - . ,,, . pf: , V ' I A 'Iwi 'IL' ' ' nj QL ' -DKK... th! 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