Westwood High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Mesa, AZ)
- Class of 1969
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The end only a beginning,
An opening at the close.
To learn the facts,
To express the feelings,
To reach that unattainable goal
Looking for truth in doubt,
Searching for love from hate,
Finding life in death.
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Of living and knowing
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Table Of Contents
Westwood High School
945 West Eighth Street
Published by the Student Body
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Unity is the working together
To win the Wahoo Pahu
To raise the spirit.
Pep rallies throughout the year
Color days to display the orange and blue
S hout days to release your emotions
Everyone getting involved
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Joining clubs to pursue your Interests
Being with others who enjoy them too
Knowing you belong
That others care
That you are accepted.
Striving towards your goals
With confidence and surety.
Having a good time
In whatever you do,
Whoever you are with.
In any situation,
Being aware of your purpose
And striving onward.
Showing fellow students
That they too belong.
Leading them along the way
Seeking their direction
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Leading the way.
Unafraid of the consequences
Trusting your judgement
Knowing others have faith in you '
Striving to prove yourself.
Maturing in mind
As well as body
Experiencing life fully
By meeting its challenge.
Choosing the next move
The next play
and your future.
Playing the game for the team
And helping your teammates
Follow the long and dusty road
To find their opportunity.
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Dedication Goes To
Dorothy Shouse is a teacher that the grads
remember and will oft time say, "she made
biology so much fun for me that I looked for-
ward to her class every day. As one old grad
who had just completed his sixth year of
college remarked, "Mrs. Shouse is the most
outstanding teacher I have ever hadagrade
school, high school and college-she had a way
of making biology interesting". This kind of
talk has been echoed by many a former student
from both Westwood and Mesa High. Mrs.
Shouse started teaching at Mesa High in 1947
and then moved to Westwood in 1962. She has
been department head here ever since.
Her ability to present subject matter to her
students in an interesting manner and in an
effective way, even to those students who donit
particularly like the subject, is truly remark-
able. Mrs. Shouse is a dedicated teacher in the
true sense of the word and for this reason the
yearbook staff is honored to present this
edition of the book to her.
Disecting a leaf can be fun as well as informative. Jeff Gunnell finds this
out in his second period class with Mrs. Shouse.
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Explaining the relationships of plant reproductive systems is but one area
of biology which Mrs. Shouse shows to her classes.
Looking over the remains of animals long dead proves to be quite inter-
esting to Ron Gardner and Dale Geary.
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A week dedicated
To fund raising for AFS
Leg auctions, bake sales
Classes competing to determine
Whose the most enthusiastic
Whose the most hard-working
Girls showing their athletic ability
To win a powder puff basketball game
And the finale comes
With a carnival and dance
Booths of fun and games
Pies, cakes, and food galore
Surprises for everyone
Making friends, building spirit
Creating unity to build a school
All from participating
All from contributing
Cheerleaders, Barb Arnett, Blair Driggs, Lisa Whistler, Marie Mills, Norma Fuhr. and Storm
Henderson lead the mighty Warriors in cheers to bring their team to victory.
The "Beau Gestef' a local musical group, provide music and entertainment for the Hello Party
while happy Westwood students rock out to the acid rock sounds oftoday.
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It looks like Kathy Henshall robbed the cradle
when she took Brad Parker for her man.
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Student body and class officers repeat the oath ofoffice after Mr. Brimhall,
as they are sworn in during the opening assembly. Now that the student
Assembly And an
council is officially sworn in they prepare to take on the responsibilities
of making a successful school year.
ce Begin School Year
An impressive ceremony was held September
6th in the auditorium. The Honor Choir led the
opening with the Alma Mater. Following the
introduction by Janet Tolman, our Foreign
Exchange Student, Eva Vuorenmaaa spoke to
the student body. Steve Huffaker was sworn in
as Student Body President by Mr. Brimhall. The
other officers of the Student Council were also
sworn in at this time. Mr. Brimhall talked to the
students about school responsibility.
The cheerleaders led the students in several
cheers as the Student Council prepared for the
skit that was presented. The Council portrayed
progress through the school years with humor
That evening was the first big dance of the
year - The Hello Party. The large crowd danced
to the music of Beau Geste on the tennis courts.
Refreshments were served by the Student Coun-
cil. This dance was a unique way to start off the
year at Westwood.
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the Westwood Warriors as they enjoy themselves at the first all school
dance, the Hello Party. The dance took place out of doors, for the first
time, on the tennis courts and was very successful.
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Mes a-Westwood Week Creates Much Spirit
Concludes With Victor ver Rabbits
A luncheon at Sir George's held between the
l student councils of both schools opened the
activities for Mesa-Westwood Week. The stu-
dents exchanged peace pipes and rabbit feet to
insure good sportsmanship for the game. The
entire student body of Westwood expressed
great spirit and enthusiasm. Each class had a
special day to decorate the school portraying
the hopeful win to come. The highlight of the
week was the spirit-filled Pep Rally held Friday
in the auditorium. Skits were presented showing
the defeat ofthe Rabbits.
The bonfire held the night before the Mesa-Westwood game created
much spirit and enthusiasm in the warriors forthe big game.
The Mesa-Westwood luncheon is highlighted by the exchange, as Steve
Huffaker applies warpaint on Mesa High President, Nyle Creason.
The sophomore class shows the great amount of enthusiasm and school
spirit they have with their interpretation of a roasted rabbit.
Painting just one of the many colorful spirit signs for the Mesa-West-
wood football game are Juniors, John Blake and Debbie Lewis.
A "harey" graveyard was contributed by thejunior class to add spirit to
Mesa-Westwood week. Bunny, Nyle Creason was buried here.
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Senior Craig Penrod and his date enjoy a conversation at the senior
party. ln the background, graduate John Tackett enjoys himself.
Sophies rock out to the "Salt River Project" a local band
which provided music for the party. The theme was "time,"
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Bearing in mind it was their final year at West-
wood, the graduates of 1969 held a successful
Senior Party on the evening of November 1 at
the Sands Hotel in Tempe. The students dressed
in semi-formal attire and danced to the music of
Essence. Everyone had a great time and it was
a party not soon to be forgotten by any of the
Halloween night was the date of the Sopho-
more Party. The theme chosen for this party
was "Time" and the decorations included clocks
and posters of old time famous movie "greats',.
All sophies enjoyed the dance which was held
in the girls' gym with music provided by Salt
The sophomore party was a big success as the new warriors enjoyed themselves
at the dance. This was the second function provided forjust the sophies.
"Shoot 'em up baby,"is the song that inspires senior,Barb Titcomb's dancing,
as she rocks out at the senior party.
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Seniors Chip Slauffer. Fred Woods. Stu Hogue. Jan Brown. and
Jill Waddell enjoy the refreshments provided at the senior party,
Enjoying one ol' the slow dances played by the "Esscnee". during
the senior party are Teresa Carter and Joe Cramer, both seniors.
Posing for u formal shot around the king and queen are uttendunts and
the crown bearers Jeannie Bartow and Kent Nielson,
,480 VE: Crying her eyes out in disbelief is Norma Fuhr after she is elect-
ed homecoming queen. Barb Arnett holds the sobbing queen.
8151.0 W: Enjoying the music of "Honey and Soul," a local band, are
many Westwood students. The dance was held in the boy's gym.
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The homecoming king and queen. Chet Arnett and Norma Fuhr, dance
happily together. The theme was "Try to Remember."
Rain nd Cold Mars
The rain-spoiled day of November I5 left a
cold and muddy scene for the 1968 Home-
coming. But, with the festivities revolving around
the theme "Try to Rememberf, the day began
with the assembly full of remembrances from
At the game, our cheerleaders were found
cheering in their levis and sweatshirts. But the
spirit that prevailed brought us a victory over
Chandler. With the half-time ceremonies being
carried over to the dance, Norma Fuhr and Chet
Arnett were crowned the Westwood Home-
coming Queen and King for 1968.
Seniors display their float depicting the 64-65 school year when West-
wood was "State Champs" in football, cross country, and track.
Showing their nervous smiles, the candidates for I968 Homecoming King Chet Arnett, Jeri Flake, Dennis Shields, Jill Waddell, Stu Hogue, Karla
and Queen are jiomg lejli: Norma Fuhr, Steve Huffaker, Barbara Arnett, Nielson, Brad Parker, Patty Watts, and Chip Stauffer.
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Above: Senior Chris Houser portrays the drunken Sarah Good in the
play, The Crucible. The play was held at Shepherd Auditorium. Below:
Seniors Randy Hancock as Reverend Hale, Melvin O'Donnal as Rever-
end Parris, and Kathy Hunsaker as Ann Putnam act in the play.
The roles of Giles Corey and John Proctor are brought to life in the play
The Crucible, by seniors Chet Arnett and Bruce Blake.
The school play, The Crucible, was presented
on the evenings of November 20 and 21. This
dramatic presentation, filled with controversy
and emotion, concerned the notorious Salem
witchcraft trials of the late l600's. The play was
very well done and the hard work of many peo-
ple was involved.
Beginning at 8:00 on the evening of November
22 the Junior party opened in full swing. Music
for the dance and party was provided by the
"Looking Glassw. The party was held in the
girls, gym and the decorations consisted of mir-
rors on the walls reflecting the fun and good
times had by all. Refreshments were served by
the Junior class council.
Joy Szafraniec offers a sip of her pepsi to Joe Sowards while Shirley Old
enburg looks on. "May I have a bite?" asks Neil Jarvey.
Sponsor, Mr. Guest looks on as Kevin Willis shows him his catch: Paula Junior, Doug Orr looks on as a friend, Julie Duthie has some refresh
Bell and Patty Boyle. All this took place at the Jr. Party.
ments. Donuts and soft drinks were provided for the Juniors.
rings Fun Events
Christmas festivities began at Westwood with
the hall decorations as class competition was
stiff. The shomoreis theme, "Children's Christ-
masf' brought them a third place. the junior's
theme was "An Old Fashioned Christmas,"
which rated second, and the senior's theme,
"The Meaning of Christmasf' won for them
The Christmas assembly, held on December
20, featured many outstanding talents.
The annual Christmas Formal, sponsored by
Boys' League, was held at the a.s.u.student
union on December 23. the Ran androde Band
provided the music, featuring "Happy Birth-
day," dedicated to Jillywaddell.
Couples enjoy themselves at the annual Christmas Formal. Pictured
Charlie Sueur, Terri Markwell, Sherry Pilgram, and K.R. Beckste
Ten frogs a leapin. . . so goes the song "Twelve Days of Christmas,"
Westwood style. These seniors took an active part in the assembly.
Junior LaRee Maughn and Senior Nick Ashby enjoy themselves at the
Christmas Formal. The formal was sponsored by Boy's League.
Ray Andrade Band provided the entertainment for the festive
asion. Completing decorations for their hall decorations are juniors David Drorbaugh and
his helpers. Their efforts were rewarded with second place.
Six silly sophies "do their thing" in the Christmas assembly. Much fun last day of school before the Christmas vacation. Students enjoyed the
and Christmas spirit was created at the assembly, which was held on the revised song, "Twelve Days ofChristmas."
The 19624-69 Chieftain princess. Jayne Wright. dances with her escort,
senior Chet Arnett, The band. "Looking Glassfl entertained,
Candidates and their escorts line up to get their picture taken. Pictured
arc: Leon Dunn, Marilyn Karr. Stan Troutman. Jan Horn. Chet Arnett,
The annual Chieftain Dance was held
on Friday, January l7 in the girls' gym. "The
Looking Glassj' provided the entertainment
for this year's event.
Candidates for the Chieftain princess and
her attendants were nominated by members
of the Chieftain staff, Photo Lab, War Chant
staff, and Toyah staff. All nominees were
members of one or more of these special
Jayne Wright was crowned Chieftain princess,
and the attendants in no special order were, Jan
Horn, Marilyn Karr, Patricia Prince. and
Vaunie Sevey. Escorts were chosen by each girl.
Jayne Wright, Vaunie Sevey. and David Riggs. Not pictured are Patricia
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Carnivals 8a Fun Raise Money For AFS
Competition was stiff among classes at the Powderpuff game, even
between the cheerleaders. Seniors won the cheers, but not the game.
Interact members, Stan Brimley and Dean Steffey, recruited enthusastic
dart throwers such as junior, Roy Wood, to participate in their balloon
Classes competed throughout AFS Week in
an attempt to raise the necessary money to
bring a foreign exchange student to our campus
and send one of our students abroad.
Irrigation tubes were filled with money, legs
were auctioned off, paper chain links were sold,
and AFS Boosters were recruited, all in the fun
of raising money.
But the highlight of the week came with
"Night on the Townf, Clubs and student coun-
cil worked together to create a carnival and
dance which provided booths of prizes, food
for all, and music to dance by. The week proved
very successful and paved the way for our
coming foreign exchange students.
Legs are sold at prices ranging from five cents to two dollars as auction-
eer, Jill Waddell, takes the bids during AFS Week.
bust booth at "Night on the Town." Students added to the AFS fund
while enjoying themselves at the carnival and dance.
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ABO VE' Mayor, Scott Coffin, twists his face in anxiety as the two teams
race to the finish, in thejunior assembly, "The Race is On." A T RIGHT'
Dashing up the steps, leading the winning team is West High cheerleader,
Shirley Clark. Costumes were made by a special committee.
One hundred push-ups was the penalty paid by the deceptive coach who
added "pep" pills to his team's milk.
Great Plays Given
December was highlighted by the exciting,
fast-paced Junior assembly. Competition be-
tween two cross-town rivals and a conspiracy to
win by one ofthe teams make an exciting plot.
The conspiracy was revealed when the statue
in the park, Mr. Applegate, came to life and
warned the opposing team. A grateful coach and
a happy team ended the play as Mr. Applegate
returned to stone.
Directors wer Vicki DeWitt and Pommie
Rogers. Class sponsor was Mr. Thomas.
On February 7, the student body was given a
view of the peaceful town of Kloverdale by the
sophomore class of '71, The plot revolved around
Natasha's Spies who attempted to upset the
peace in Kloverdale. In their efforts, the Spies
disrupted the friendly relations of the Klover-
dale baseball team, the cheerleaders, the re-
sidents, the peace brigade, and even the dogs. As
the Spies entered disguised as trees, the peace
was restored when the dogs threatened the trees
and they all backed away for the finale.
One of Natasha's Spies, Harry LoPresti, creeps onto the scene as he pre-
pares to endulge in one ofhis conspiring acts of espionage.
Weighted down with suckers, blanket, and jump rope are the Klover-
dale cheerleaders, Carla Hamblin, Irene Bingham, and Joanne Allen.
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Members of the Kloverdale peace brigade, Koni Christopher, Wendy
Pomeroy, and Karen Curtis, discuss the unpeacefulness of Kloverdale.
Snooper and Samantha, portrayed by Ed Titcomb and Susie Pirch, show
their happiness after receiving supper from their masters.
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For Second Year
Cupidls Cotillion, held February 21 after an
exciting basketball game, was a big success.
The music was provided by "The Looking
Glass," and was enjoyed by all.
The big event of the night was the announcing
of the class sweethearts. Marie Mills, junior,
was crowned school sweetheart for the second
time. Eva Vuorenmaa,our foreign exchange stu-
dent, and Joy Wright were senior and sophie
Crowning the I969 Sweetheart, Marie Mills, is Election's Director, Susan
Merrill. Looking on is Junior President, Dave Evans.
Enjoying Cupid's Cotillion are Andrea Waldsmith and her friend. Music
was provided by "The Looking Glass."
Senior Sweetheart, Eva Vuorenmaa, and her partner, Senior President,
Brad Parker, have a delightful time at the dance.
As Birdie, his manager, and the manager's mother prepare to come off
the plane, Birdie's fans faint on the steps in disbelief.
"Bye Bye Birdie"
A captivating musical which should become
the national shrine of all misunderstood teen-
agers, was selected as this year's Westwood pre-
sentation. Michael Stewart's "Bye Bye Birdiej,
under the splendid direction of Mr. Jay Dean
Jones, was performed March 6,7, and 8 in Shep-
Starring Rod Hendrix as Conrad Birdi, with
Joy Wright as a typical American teen-age girl,
it made a delightful evening of fun and frolic.
Melvin O'Donnal put on a brilliant performance
as Albert Peterson, and Michelene Lyons was
spectacular as his mother. Janet Demetri, Scott
Phelps, Sheena Fry, and Scott Coffin were other
main characters, with many Westwood students
rounding out the cast.
A TRIGH T, a young female admirer, played by Debbie Odom, swoons over
the rock and roll beat of Rod Hendrix as Conrad Birdie.
One of the highlights of the production came as the cast meets at Sky anxious fans carrying signs and banners, welcome the long-awaited arri-
Harbor airport to take slides shown before the play's performance. The val of the singing idol, Conrad Birdie.
40-Bye Bye Birdie
To the world around,
To meet other people
On common ground
With common interests.
With new ideas
And wonderful new people
Without feeling afraid.
Perhaps becoming a leader
To spread your enthusiasm
And share your defeats
But to emerge stronger
Even after moments of weakness
Learning as you live,
And living by what you learn
Creating a goal
And setting your sights
On reaching through opportumty
Boys Unite For
The Electronics Club unlike others teaches
the students more and gives a better under-
standing of electronics. It gives the students a
chance to see for themselves just what they can
do on their own. The experiences they learn may
prove invaluable in later years.
Organized for the purpose of bringing togeth-
er boys who earned letters in school sports, Let-
termen's club offered an opportunity for these
students to be of additional service to their
school. During last year Lettermen's club sold
T-shirts and orange Derby's to raise money.
The boys in Key club gave their own time to
help others. At Christmas they had a toy drive
and made Christmas a little happier for a few
families. They also had various fund raising pro-
jects during the year. Key club last year was
sponsored by Mr. Rey Kartchner.
Key Club TOP ROW: Greg Biehl, Kent Brooksby, Jim Bensen BOT -
TOM ROW: Ric Andersen, Kim Bradshaw, Steve Wallace.
44-Key, Lettermens Club
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Lettermen Club TOP ROW: Jim Foran, Chip Stauffer, Dave Schweers,
John Willis, Dan White, Hector Martinez. 2nd ROW: Lyle Power, Jim
Goodman, Steve Huish, Bob Contreas, Edd Gardner, Rod Hendrix, C.
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Steve Morrison, Cole Valentine, and Gaylen Whatcott work on projects
during an Electronic's Club meeting.
Penrod. 3rd ROW: C. Nelson, J. McLaughlin, W. Brant, D. Rowe, L.
Strickland, R. Lisonbee, B. Parker. BOTTOM ROW: G. Miranda, C.
Arnette, J. Giroux, D. Brockway, R. Day, D. Steffey, D. Adam.
Lettermen, Craig Penrod. greets Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlin at the L.
A. Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns game at the first ofthe year.
Electronics Club TOP ROW: Steve Morrison, Cole Valentine, Ric Ku- Phef. Roy COFIHOUY DelTiffir1y, DHVC RiCh21l'l, Ric Robison.
kules, Gaylen Whatcott, Mr. Al France. BOTTOM ROW: Rich Lam-
Clubs ind Happiness
From making Thanksgiving Baskets for needy
families, to Mother Daughter Teas, to selling
programs at all home football games were just
some of the projects sponsored this year by "Su
"S" Club, under the direction of Mrs. Yerby,
taught the girls new skills and ways to prepare
for the future. The key word in this club is "ser-
If your interested in nursing then this is your
club. During the year FNA held a drive for old
glasses for the needy. Mrs. Cramer sponsored
One of the main activities this year of DECA
was their snow bowl trip. At the close of the
year DECA held a banquet for all employers.
Thanks to Mr. Thomas it was a great year for
FNA TOP ROW: Mrs. Cramer, Janet Webber, Pat Thurber, Linda
Labrier, Gene Ramond. 2nd ROW: Donna Abel, Nadene Sutton, Lor
riane Magnusson, Barbara Hughes. BOTTOM ROW: Marian Antonn
Shirley Hughes, Madlon Rodriquez, Bolin Wong.
"S" Club TOP ROW: Jan Brown, Jill Waddell, Karla Nelson, Debbie
Stone, Patty Watts, Kathleen Arnett, llka Williams, Janet Skoglund.
2nd ROW: Susan Kerr, Marilyn Isley, Jan Horn, Kathy Schwalbe, R.
46-"S" Club 8: FNA
Clark, C. Cluff, L. Lopresti. BOTTOM ROW: L. Hom, J. Wright, M
Karr, J, Thompson, C. Webb, M. Reap, M,Guthrie, V. Smith.
DECA TOP ROW' Mr Charles Thompson, Suzy Cokeley, Leslie Suter, Vetter, Dixie Adams, Cheryle Cearley, Alvina Espinoza. BOTTOM
W ll Mr.
Jim Edmond Charles lylalherbe. Jayne Miller, Laura Burkland. MID- ROW: Susan Jones, Ruthie Boddy, Sandra Denton, Tom a ace,
DLE ROW:iJackie Roark, Diane Gonzales, Nancy Bramwell, Estelle Dave Heffington, Chuck Fisher.
"S" Club TOP ROW: Sharon Vance, Chris Houser, Kathy Goettl, Hamiliton, B. Arnett, K. Gunnel, S. Fry, J. Flake. BOTTOM ROW'
Norma Fuhr, Karen Godfrey, Kathy Hunsker, Kristen Roberts, Linda L. Maugn, C. Hopkins, M. Miller, J. Toleman, A. Vourenmaa, B. Tuck-
Cooley, Lorrian Bethancourt. 2nd RO W: Teresa Carter, Diana Nill, Jane er, K. Boynton, M. Baraelough.
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VICA Club TOP ROW: Jerry Townsend, Ken Schreiner, Steve Tryon,
Bill Sipes, Leo Taylor, Jim Collinsworth. Jim Shane. SECOND ROW:
Larry Vegh, Kathleen Martineau, Marlene Shelley, Cynthia Laasch,
Kris Lint. THIRD ROW: D. Eckhardt, J. Pozar, P. Nitzel, S. Cooper,
M. Randall, B. Kelly. BOTTOM ROW: Mike Stouffer, Mr. K. Thomp-
son, J. Green,
Frantically grabbing money for suckers purchased by Larry Vegh and
Jim Collinsworth is Sandy Cooper.
48-V.I.C.A., Octogon Club
Clubs Contribute To
Welfare Of Students
Selling popovers and daffy apples were some
of the few features of the Pimapa Club. The
Pimapa Club donated money for "Toys for
Food for a needy family, and a breakfast
sponsored for all teachers were only a few of
many things FTA shared with Westwood.
From selling tickets for a Pro basketball game
to donating money to an AFS student, to spon-
soring an Optimsit Honor Banquet, Octogan
has done a really greatjob!
Treating orphans to a snow trip was one of
the projects of VICA Club. A banquet for em-
ployers, adopting a family at Christmas and
selling suckers were various other projects.
Octogan Club TOP ROW: Chip Stoffer, David Riggs, Chuck Flake,
Dennis Shields, Stu Hogue, Bob Gadberry, Dennis Weese, Lyle Power.
SECOND ROW: Steve Huffaker, Craig Penrod, Brad Parker, Darrell
Mullins, J. Kohler, R. Perkins, G. Jackson, R. Day. THIRD ROW:
Pimapa Club TOP ROW: Abby Clark, Dyrayne Juan, Cathy Smith,
Raymond Juan, Myrna James, Shirley McAnlis, Janet Antone, 2nd
ROW' Carol Riena, Jeanine Enos, Carolyn French, Marietta Miles,
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D. Parker, F. Woods, S. Urbina, E. Titcomb, D. Mendez, J. Blake, D.
Day, T. Hogue. BOTTOM ROW: C. Ryder, R. Lilly, S. Perkins, J. Kon-
avich, J. Giroux, D. Brockway, G. Perkins.
Beverly Wakolee, V. Manuel, G. Clark. BOTTOM ROW: M. Andrews,
D. Card, R. Grey, C. Martinez.
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F.T.A. Club TOP ROW: Elizabeth Diepstraten, Nancy Collinsworth,
llka Williams, Paula Jarocha, Kathy Morris, Sandra Kraul. SECOND
ROW: Linda Christoph, Marylou Acuna, Sonja VlcGriff, Cheri Patter-
son, Linda Wallace, J. Springul. THIRD ROW: S. Griffin, L. Cluff,
N. Gibbons, A. Entrekin, M. J. Bermer, B. Tucker. FOURTH ROW:
D. Nugent, D. Reed, K. Rankin, J. Apple, C. Andrade, C. Johannson.
BOTTOM ROW: J. Pace, C. Hummer, D. Laurie, D. Coleman, L. Mor-
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Jr. Class Cooncil TOP ROW: Tom Alden, Marcy Bartow, Vicki Rang, John Blake, B. Guerrero, D. Drorbaugh, S. Oldenburg, T. Helmley
Nancy Bird. Frank Bradshaw, Diane Fehrenkamp, Carolyn Tobin. D. Robson, S. Stephens, T. McLenna, M. Hall, BOTTOM ROWJ C
Robert Briton, Chris Shields, Jim Vanderjack, Bob Davis. 2nd ROW: Leslie, R. Boyle, D. Orr, C, Broucher, T, Gooch. M. Crook.
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Sophie Class Council TOP ROW: Robert Resspas, David Mendez, S. Schlarbaum. N. Owsly, K. Pierce. BOTTOM ROW: T. Hogue, A.
Chris Strong, Alfred Harris, Ken Dickson, Bruce Finlinson, Diane Keppel, J. Johnson, B. Health, S. Perch, C. Roach, T. Watson, C.
Bramer, Debbie Penrod, Sonja Rowe, Silivia Anderson. 2nd ROW: Nichols, L. Burnhan,C.Zufelt.
Greg Perkins, Steve Merrill, L. Loquidis, M. Cummingham, N. Flake,
50-Sophomore, Junior Councils
Class Council sponsors, Mr. Thomas. Mr. Stehr, and Mr. Wilks hold
the Natani award wondering which class will win it at the end ofthe
Raising money for bleachers was one of the
main goals this year of the Class Councils. They
also did such things as sponsor a Christmas,
dance, held a pop bottle drive, and head class
The Sr. Class Council started the year off
right by winning the Pow Wow.
The Jrs. showed their spirit at Christmas
time competing in Christmas Hall decorations,
their theme was "Old Fashion Christmas".
Sophies stepped right in the swing of things
by having a Sophomore party on Halloween.
Thanks to the help of the three great spon-
sors, Mr. Wilks, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Stehr
this year class council was the greatest ever.
Sr. Class CouncilTOP ROW: Sharon Smith, Marilyn Bird, Bruce Brake, Troutman, C. Arnett, G. Miranda, S. Brimley, C. Figueroa. BOTTOM
Sonny Rossing, Edd Gardner, Bobby Contreras, Jeff Kiely, Jan Brown. ROW: J. Giroux, J. Thompson. S. Watson, S. Lanford, D. Nesbitt,
2nd ROW: Lana Smith, Susan Kerr, Don Brockway. Jim Catano, S. C.Cluff.
C. A .E., F.F.A., Crafts,
Inspiring leadership and social training in
business careers was what C.O.E. provided
for its members during the year.
Fair projects on livestock and crops were
busily worked on by F.F.A. members. The club
also went to the mountains and cut down wood
which they sold to raise money.
Appreciating and learning art was what made
Crafts Club so interesting. Postermaking gave
members much enjoyment.
An underprivileged Guadeloupe group was
aided through the goodwill of Interact Club,
which them with a car.
Crafts Club members Sig Row, Karen Godfrey, and Stefan Stechnij
work on paintings which are on display during club week.
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F.F.A. Club TOP ROW: George Mabee, Connie Durham, Sid Moore
Lyle Power, Gary Dougherty, Jim Eaton, Ray Moyers, Steve Heather
Bob Falconer. 2nd ROW: Mr. Peterson, Bill Harville, Ron Randall
B. Wilson, D. Mullins, J. Johnson, S. Smith, D. Deutscher, J. Taylor
Crafts Club TOP ROWS Sian TFOUUHZIII. Lowell AHHHIH, Kim Cham- Allan Kapanicas, K. Godfrey, P. Schoonover, S. Stechnij. BOTTOM
berlin, Larry Thompson, Kip Russo, Tracy Mead, Charles Turner. ROW: S. Row, L. Whisler, R. Vrana, D. Franks, J. Meisgeier, B.
2nd ROW: Johnny Gutierrez, Buddy Hilker, Carol Tone, Susan Kerr, Whisler.
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D. Taylor, M. Sebring. BOTTOM ROW: D. Sharp. S. Gearhart. P.
Ferrell, l. Flowers, C. Fehrenkamp, D. Swanty, R. Farney, K. Fuller.
G. Williams, G. Poppy, Mr. Lunt.
InteractClub TOP ROWS Gaylen Whatcott, Robert Brinton. Jim
McLaughlin, Joe Cramer. Wayne Standage, Brant Layton. 2nd ROW:
Bob Bradshaw, Nick Ashby, Jim Foran, Frank Bradshaw, Jim Catano,
C.O.E. Club TOP ROW: Cindy Rush, Ann Seely. 2nd ROW: Kathy
Yee, Sharon Dohrer. 5rd ROW: Sheila Spavin, Sue Shepherd. Ann Hol-
loway. 41h ROW: Betsy Hemesath, Monica Pace, BOTTOM ROW.-
Alta Fain, Donna Armistead. Lynette Schuller.
Wayne Brant, J. Sowards. BOTTOM ROW: W. Steffey. M. Brinton,
S. Brimley, C. Arnett, D. Steffey, D. Evans, S. Hilton.
German, French, Spanish, And Latin
annual cookout with Mesa High was
by our German Club this year. There
soccer game between both clubs, later
was put on, and then the event ended
after both Clubsjoined in to sing.
Encouraging school spirit and pride was
what French Club did during the year. Mem-
bers have always upheld their traditions by
At the German Club cookout are officers Bryce McCrea. Bruce Brake.
Doug Orr, and Andy Waldsmith.
Spanish Club TOP ROW: Mark Timmons. John Hcstand. Jeannine
Langfitt. Jean Alldrcdge. Karen Stolk. David Cates. Larry Coleman.
Leonard Macias. Znzl ROW: Peggy Cluff. Mary Odom. Betty Weaver,
A trip to Hermosillo, Mexico was what
members of the Spanish Club were working
toward with bake sales, car washes, and candy
selling during Christmas. They also worked
for the club of the year award.
Christmas carols were sung at hospitals by
the Latin Club. Candy was sold to raise funds
for a scholarship to be given to a member who
continues to study Latin.
Latin Club TOP ROW: Keary Cannon, Lucinda Howard. Mona Horky,
Robert Broadus. 2nd RO W: Mike Miller. Lucinda Pazan, David Lang-
vardt. BOTTOM ROW: Mitzi Oberle, Alan Butters, Kathy Rankin.
3rd ROW: G. Guthrie. E. Uptain. K. Johnson, A. Flake. G. Leavitt.
A. Hurlbutt. B. Morgan. C. Chambers. BOTTOM RO W: D. Talraas.
L. Hom. M. Brinton, L. Butler, D. eed. A. Tullos, R. Chiricuzio, N.
Nancy Wagoner, P. Jarocha, A. Pen, l. Arguijo, M. Baldwin, E. Meraz.
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French Club TO P ROW: Andrea Torrez, Gordetta Brainard. 2nd RO W:
Vicky Rang, Kathy Pentecost, Nikki Smith, Rosalie Mariscal. 3rd ROW:
Coll Williamson, Kris Leaf, Joyce Kelley, Cheryl Arnold. 41h ROW:
Marilyn Hamm, Yolanda Muniz, P. Benson, V, Lahaie. BOTTOM
ROW: T. Schaeffer, E. Gardner, D. Steffey, C. Penrod.
Spanish Club TOP ROW: Yolanda Gonzales, Izzandra Flowers, Donna
Vensor, Lupe Alvarado, Janet Browning, Kathy McCall, Mary Lou
Acuna, Norma Sanchez, Shirley Miller, Victor Vensor, Pete Martinez,
Cletus Zeller, Mr. Baldwin. 2nd ROW: I. Rodriguez, B. Lopez, L. Maris-
cal, G. Ortiz, J. Aceves, B. Gutierrez, J. Apple, C. Andrade, C. Castillo,
German Club TOP ROW: Kim Stahl, Mark Wahl, Carol Lynd, Jean
Bunch, John Pace. Ina' ROW: Robert Martin, Kippe Stahl, Ronnie
Ecker, Frank Bradshaw. 3rd ROWJ Stella Fast, Darcy Carlsen, Kris
Borg, K. Pretsch, C. Strohmeyer. 41h ROW: J. Vanderjagt, V. Miller,
J. Kalmbach, J. Miller, S. Raudman. BOTTOM ROW: S. Griffin. B.
McCrea, A, Waldsmith, B. Brake, D. Orr.
E. Vensor, A. Dallas. 3rd ROW: M. MacDonald, D. Robles, A. Cortez,
J. Brown, M. Galvan, J. Bird, K. Gonzales, D. Wilson, G. Barajas. J.
Brenay, B. Figueroa. BOTTOM RO W: K. Rankin, M. Matsumoto,
S. Alcantar, M. Mariscal, H. Parra, A. Navarrete, B. Martinez, L. Mac-
ias, R. Mariscal, B. Dillahunt.
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Boy's League TOP ROW: David Riggs, Chuck Flake, Dennis Shields,
Jim McLaughlin, Mr. C. Brown. 2nd ROW: Charlie Ryder, Robert
Brinton, Niel Jarvey, Wayne Steffey, Mr. Young. BOTTOM ROW:
Reed Tolman. Stan Nielson, S. Hansen, D. Parker, C. Penrod.
Boy's And irl's
Leagues Unite WHS
The Boy's League and Girl's League are clubs
for every one on campus. A boy's or girl,s en-
rollment at Westwood is his or her automatic
initiation into either club. The main goal of the
Girl's and Boy's Leagues this year was to unite
the students with their school, their families,
and each other. This was accomplished through
planned activities such as the Mother-Daugh-
ter Tea, the Daddy Date, a Father-Son Dinner
for the football team, the Christmas Formal
The FBLA showed great promise in their
first year as a full-fledged club at Westwood.
They assisted in collecting "toys for tots" for
Christmas and prepared a delicious Thanks-
giving dinner for a needy family. In addition
to these activities they also held competition
in office practices.
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Girl's League TOP ROW: Jane Hamilton, Becky Knight, Marsha Hall. Debbie Kilborn. BOTTOM ROW: M. Baraclough, V. Calvert, G.
Jeannie Barney, Sylvia Anderson. 2nd ROW: Nancy Taylor, Trisha Rodgers, K. Foree, G. Beck,S. Perch.
Prince, Cheryl Hopkins, Marti Moffet, Denna Robson, Kay Gunnell
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GirI's League officers, Lorraine Bethancourt, .loelyn Caruth, and Sylvia
Robertson, plan future activities for Gab Week. pa
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of the FBLA concentrate on their typing as they
in club competition.
FBLA TOP ROW: Mary Kay Baker, Alta Fain, Kathy Honetschlager, Dorathy, Lynn Kelley, L. Labrier, llka Williams. BOTTOM ROW: J.
Ken Slade, Irene Arguijo, Peggy Benson, Linda Cathcart. 2nd ROW: McGown, O. Bernal, S. Alcantar, J. Osburg, C. Hopkins, Mr. Pultg
Kim Vovakes, Elaine Long, Debbie Sager, Carolyn Stewart, Linda fsponsorj.
Clubs articipate nService Projects
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Chess Club TOP ROW: Dusty McWilliams, Allen Ricks, Larry Lowe,
Jack Perkins. Robert Johnson, John Hestand, Mike Johnson, Znd
ROW: Mr. Lee, Joseph Osborne, Jim Foran, Gregg Woods, John
Skinner, Peter Johnson, ,BOTTOM ROW: M. Timmins, G. Zarr, R.
Poor, M. Burner, B. Tucker, S. Rodman.
This year the FHA proved to be a valuable
source of happiness to many people, including
our boys in Vietnam who received Christmas
boxes from the charitable club. Their other
activities included a Halloween party for the
day care center, a bake sale, and a come-as-you-
Travel was one of the key words of the Speech
and Debate Team. Their many tournaments kept
them busy and on the move to various high
schools in the valley during the school year.
Their determination was rewarded through
Chess, the game of kings and emperors has
been played for centuries, but this year at West-
wood you didn't have to be a king or emperor to
play chess. Among other activities the chess club
this year held a chess tournament within the
school which proved to be successful and en-
tertaining for everyone, including the players.
F.H.A. TOP ROW: Vicki Baker, Joyce Springall, Sandra Krauel,
Lynette Cluff, Rozanne Phelps, Diane Olvis, Elaine Moran, Cindy
O't0ole, Susan Madsen, Janet Rogers, Ina' ROW: Marianne Chapman,
Monita Murdock, L. Olsson, L. McCoullugh, N. Bird, J. Sloan, l. Reed,
S, Shupe, T. Shupe, G. Shupe Jrd ROW: D. Katchner, D. Tucker, P.
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Zufelt, J. Allen, D. Stone, T.Whiteley, P. Crosson, L, Wallace, A.
Ectrikin, S. Kowal, BOTTOM ROW: l. Williams, T. Helmley, C.
Rodgers, J. Allen, J. Seidel, J. Youngkin, C. McGraw, J. Springall,
L. Maughn, E. Chapman.
Speech Club TOP ROW: Craig Larson, Bob Martin, John Hestand,
Richard Mitchell, Bob Pennell. Ind RO W: Ken Davidson, Larry Loewe,
Don Flory, Marilyn Bird. 5rd ROW: McKay Johnson, John Pew, Jim
Jenkins, F. Seota. BOTTOM RO W: N. Sutton, A. Pennell, B. Johnson,
John Hestand, Marilyn Bird, and Richard Mitchell display the Honor
Banner which flew so often for Speech Club this year.
Honor Banner Flys For Debate Team
Patty Rans, Janice Allen, and Sandy Shupe demonstrate their skills in
the kitchen as future homemakers.
Debate Team TOP ROW: Don Flory, Richard Mitchell. ZND ROW:
McKay Johnson, Jim Jenkins. BOTTOM ROW: Abby Pennell.
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Staff Works For Best Book Ever
February was the month when the plans for
the production of this copy of the Chieftain
were made. It was in that month that the mem-
bers ofthe staff were selected and it was then
that Vaunie Sevey was named editor.
She met with her newly appointed assistant
editors, Debbie Buchsbaum and Pat Bauer and
set the specifications for this book you are now
Selecting the rest of the staff proved to be
exciting and rewarding and the girls took great
pains to put the right people into the right job
slots. With summer came workshop, and for the
first time just about the entire staff attended or
had attended the previous year, which made this
the most highly trained staff in the history of
Now that the final picture is taken and the
last of the copy written, all of the staff hopes
that you, the reader, will enjoy this publication
and treasure it for years to come.
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Deciding whether or not to use a picture are Assistant Editors Pat Bauer
and Debbie Buchsbaum as Editor Vaunie Sevey looks on.
These are the hard-working members of the Period 5 Chieftain Staff.
They have worked and slaved long hours preparing the I969 Yearbook
YOU are HOW reading. TOP R0 W: Lynda Butler, Nanette Gettier, Sylvia
Robertson, Connie Cluff, Chris Houser, Jim Foran, Susan Brimley.
BOTTOM RO W: Sally Stephens, Norma Sanchez, Janet Hutzel, Karen
Perkins, Darlene Koch.
Photographer Doug Mayne loses his temper as he explains the intric-
acies of developing pictures to ggathy Haden of the Photo Lab staff.
Ready on their cycles are the members of 6th period Chidiain staff:
Norma Fuhr, Kathy Tiffany, Mila Milano. Jayne Wright.
These are the members of the 4th period Chiqfiain staff. TOP ROW:
Kathy Schwalbe. Sue Schlarbaum, Linda Hom, Leslie Bedford. Andee
Wiggins. MIDDLE ROW: Cheryl Hopkins, Mary Matsumoto, Terri
Gooch. BOTTOM ROW: Hillarie Hanzlik, Rosie Hgm
Caught in the shameful act of squishing helpless Jan Brown into the
supply closet are the sly and crafty Marilyn Karr and Jill Waddell. What
is the mysterious crime for which Jan is being punished?
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War Chanfs sports writers. Craig Nielsen. Bruce Brake. David Riggs
and Doris Livingston. work indusiriously to meet each deadline.
War Chant Stuff: TOP ROW: Karen Stolk. Carol Lynde. Linda Mc-
Collough. David Reeder. MlIJIJl.I:' ROW: Jun Horn. Patty Robbins
Pcggi Price. Sheila Martin, BOYUIOM R0 Mo Macko. Candy Johan-
son. Carol Webb.
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In the dark recess that lies near the northern
edges of third hall reside the Publication lab-
oratories of Westwood High. Behind those
doors of dread, dwell the freedomefighters
of the press world. Along with the Chieftain,
the War Chant, Tohyah, and the Photo Lab
Staffs slaved throughout the year.
The Warrior word went to press four times
during the course of the year with the title of
Tohyahf under the leadership of F.H. Bradshaw
and Paula Jarocha. Tohyahf is a magazine
containing student work exclusively.
War Chant kept the current moving as the
Westwood newspaper. Sponsor John Donovan
and editor Jan Horn headed the compact and
complex staff. War Chant went to press fifteen
times this year.
George Eccles and his fleet of photographers
specialized in taking all pictures for the Chief!
tain and the War Chant.
Photo Lab Staff TOP ROW: Roy Wood, Don Lessor, Brent Corewin,
Donald Button. MIDDLE ROW: Julie Duthie, Sheila Southerland,
Lana Smith, Wendy Anderson. BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Leslie, Elaine
Tohyah--TOP ROW: Mr. Bradshaw, Andrea Stewart, Judy Green-
wood, Mary Wintersteen, Paula Jarocha, Fred Jannasch, Gary Neely.
BOTTOM ROW: Becky Moon, Q-allay Haden, Randee Warren, Jana
Roberts, lzzandra Flowers, Patricia Prince,
Shelley, Debbie Cates, Jon Kokanovich, David Nassey. Nor pictured:
Marilyn Bird and Bob Miles.
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Westwood Girls TOP ROW: Jan Hiatt. Lorna lrive. Linda Cooley.
Debbie Johnson. Rachelle Anderson. Carol Lisonbee, Janet Rogers,
Janet Ricks, Kris Borg, Diane Bramer. Lucile Calder, Sharon Vance.
.l. Anderson. 2nd ROW: C. Murdock. C. Gardner, N. Noble, E. Ellis,
J. Kelley, S. Fuller, C. Clement, K. Schwalbe, C. Combs, K. Boynton.
D. Kilbourne, T. Whiteley, A. Pennell. BOTTOM ROW: M. Mac-
Donald, M. Crook, D. Urrea, M. Miles, M. Heap. L. Whisler, P.
Standage, S. Ray, P. Arnold, S. Warner, E. Roberts.
Westwood Girls TOP ROW: Lorraine Fisher, Carol Yaw, Anne Poleo, Walters, M. Hikida, P. Mason, B. Jepson, N. Wagoner. N. Flake. 5rd
Elaine Chapman, Kathleen Owen, Pat Thurber, Nancy Hale, Sylvia ROW: P. Arnett, T. Cayton, J. Wright, S. Brimley, C. Meyers, C.
Andersen, Jeanne Barney. Beth Tryon, Jackie Byice. 2nd ROW: Linda Hamblin, K. Esber, S. Pirch, L. Burnham, G. Beck, G. Wright.
Tucker. L, Kristoff, S. Griffin, P. Miller, V. Miller, B. Michaud, M.
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Serving an appreciative customer are Denise Ortiz and Pat Cross at
forthe Rosarita Dinner.
Singing Warriors TOP ROW: Don Salamone. Dennis Day. Kent Fuller.
Ronnie Mendoza. 2nd ROW ".' Ronnie Hancock. Dewayne Frelix. Steve
Merrill. Tom Watson. Jra' ROW: Dean Stover. Mike Shill. Steve
Roberts, Bill Price. 41h ROW: J. McClelland. T. Heasty. R. Britten.
R. Davis. 5111 ROW: M. Gardner, R. Willis. J. Miller, P. Arnett. 6111
ROW: G. Woods. D. Parker, E. Titcomb. S. Rossing. 7111 ROW: R.
Woods. G. Stapley. D. Reheis. E. Bunker. N111 ROW: M. Johnson. D.
Duffy, K. Burrell. M. Strong. BOTTOM ROW: R. Anderson. M. Green-
wood, J. Rawlins. P. Spiel, S. Williams.
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Among some of the most talented students of
Westwood are those in the musical program.
Some of the choruses such as Westwood Girls,
and HonorChoir, under the direction of Mrs.
White and Singing Warriors under Mr. Lloyd.
gave outstanding programs to help raise money
for Music Camp Scholarships and other school
Last year, one of their performances was the
Rosarita Dinner held October 17.
The Singing Warriors were among the enter-
tainers for the Canticle of Carols held December
Honor Choir hosted the Rincon Choraliers
on December 13, and later went there on May
9. This group is the most advanced chorus on
Honor Choir TOP ROW: Kathy Arnett. Marilee Blalack. 21111 ROW
Peggy Woods. Terry Stapley, Russell Lisonbee. Diane Yaw Jn! ROH'
Dale Tice, Kathi Goettl. Janet Demetri. Randy Hancock. 4111 ROM'
Laraine Bethancourt, Doug Donald. K, Dixon. D. Hees. 5111 ROW' VN
Brandt. J. McKay, J. Hamilton. J. Smith. 61,1 ROH ".' S. Fry. M. O
Donnal, R. Hendrix, M. Cottom. 71,1 ROW: B. Brake. K. Henshall. M
Hall, N. Watkins. BOTTOM ROW: C. Webb. C. Arnett. K. Barnes. K
Choirs Perform In atriotie Assembly
TOP PICTURE, TOP ROW: Brent Brimhall, John Barton, David Rowe, John Willis, Paul Shockman, Andrea Steele, Burt Ingalls, Gene Nelson,
Joe Sowards, Larry Coleman. 2nd ROW: Arrel Martin, Norma Fuhr, Doris Livingston, D. Fehrenkamp, J. Shelly, K. Peterson, L. Stiner, V. DeWitt,
L. Coleman, M. Hendrixson, R. Walker. 3rd ROW: D. Cates, M. Wilstead, P. Anderson, A. Stewart, N. Flake, M. Hall, C. Burrell, D. Gray, S. Bulkley,
L. Larson, R. Berentz, N. Jarvey. 41h ROW: A. Ricks, S. Thacker, S. Martin. J. Smith, N. Potts, F. Bradshaw, D. Robson, D. Nill, J. Gunnell, K. Gun-
nell, K. Gunnell, B. Bradshaw.
BOTTOM PICTURE, TOP ROW: Rod Hendrix, Garth Toone, Curt Bingham, Brant Layton, Don Arnett, David Meleher, Bob Pennell, Torry Brink-
erhoff, Carl Watson, Warren Ingalls. 2nd ROW: Jill Waddell, Shena Fry, Iris Obershaw, P. Bauer, M. Burner, T. Williams, R. Phelps, Lisonbee, D.
Foote, K. Falconer. 3rd ROW: D. Scott, P. Johnson, M. Janne, K. Baird, M. Hatch, S. Hilton, M. Guthrie, B. Tucker, S. Frost, S. Coffin. 4th ROW:
R. Bunker, M. Robertson, M. Creed, J. Matheny, M. Barraclough, J. Wright, F. Chandler, B. Ray.
The Orchestra and Concert Choir performed
at many special events this year. The Con-
cert Choir, under the direction of Mrs. White,
showed great talent in their Concert Choir
Colossal Classics and Canticle in Carols. With
the special effects of lights and solos, these
concerts were made great by all that participated
The Orchestra, under the direction of Archie
Rader, had many guest conductors and guest
soloists. The Orchestra worked hard for their
performances this year, and gave Monday
afternoon concerts for the students and teachers
that were interested in them.
Above, some of the students are showing deep contimplation during
one of the many rehearsals for the Concert Choir Cantical in Carols.
The Chorus is under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth White.
TOP ROW: Joan Mckay, Dean Petty, Carol Lisonbee, Ken Davidson,
Peggy Kear, Linda Wallace, Mike Johnson, Lucilee Calder, Dennis
Barr. BND ROW: Nedra Flake, Marilyn Miller, Kathy Schwalbe, Mar-
TOP ROW: Charlie Rugg, Connie Durham, Ivan Makil, Sandra Krauel,
Freddie Smith, Barbara Duncho, Tom Burian, Marilyn Bird, Scott
Phelps. 2nd ROW: Paul Peterson, Irene Bingham, Dorene Bingham,
garet Higgins, J. Mckay, C. Taylor, R. Wood, N. Smith, J. Guinn.
FRONT ROW: L. Forbes. C. Arnold. M. Horkey, C. Mandese, V.
Smith, L. Reed, C. Meyers, L. Maughn, J. Rollins. D. Williams.
Mary Moore, Kathy Peterson, L. McBath, G. Palmer. K. Church, C.
Paterson. FRONT ROW: D. Pearce, P. Nichols, M. Guthrie, M. Will-
iams, J. Sloan.
Orchestra officers TOP ROW: Kathy Schwalbe, Connie Durham, Ivan
Makil, Lucille Calder, Joan McKay. BOTTOM ROW: Dorothy Will-
iams, Cheryl Arnold, Margaret Higgins, Nikki Smith, LaRee Maughn.
Band officers TOP ROW: Don Grace. Sam Urbina. Brant Layton, Bob
Carufel, Fred Smith. Ivan Makil, BOTTOM ROW: Linda Olssen. Sue
Thompson, Kathy Ikeda. Nancy Meyers, Gayle Anderson.
Varsity Band TOP ROW: Mike Danielson, Tom Verdoorn, Melvin O'
Donnel, Howard Cottom, Dave Roberts, Bill Kelly, Cole Valentine,
Kent Brooksby, Mike Felix, Kelly Boyle, Scott Coffin, Kip Stahl,
Don Tipotsch, Paul Shockman, R. Pew, R. Britton, S. Ikeda. 2nd
ROWq B. Ortland, B. Barragan, C. Johnson, B. Harvelle, B. Layton,
P. Johnson, R. Stapely, A. Flake, G. Wright, N. Ford, M.McClaws.
R. Hom. I. Makil, B. Carufel, J. Smith, K, Falconer, R. Wolta. 3rd
ROW: M. Johnson, R. Haider, J. Valenzuela, S. Lintigen, R. Anderson,
D. Grace, F. Smith, J. Ellsworth, P. White, T. Moore, R. Morrison, S.
Martin, S. Thacker, L. Olsson, J. Williams, C. Rugg, N. Rhoton. 41h
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If you attended a Westwood football game,
you no doubt noticed the precision and skill
demonstrated by 106 Warriors. These hard
working band members practiced one hour
during the week days and extra on Thursdays,
after school, until their steps were perfectly
As evidence that this practicing paid off,
our band was one of I0 selected bands from the
state to perform at Northern Arizona Univer-
sityis Homecoming. The band went on to earn
more honors during the Band Day at Arizona
State University on November 9th.
The band council and orchestra council
organized one of the greatest parties, between
the band and orchestra, that has ever been
planned. Future hopes for the band are to make
the band and orchestra party an annual event
at Westwood High School.
The bands biggest money making project for
this year was selling gift boxes of candy to
friends neighbors and relatives. They also sold
smaller candy bars.
ROW: T. Amadio, K. Patterson, J. Moore, M. Talerico, S. Anderson,
B, Williams, J. Acuna, D. Petty, T. Olmstead, P. Satterlee, L. Frost,
J. Jones, C. Hopkins, R. Berentz, N, Meyers, S. Kowal, C. Tice, S.
Urbina. E. Titcomb. 51h ROW: M. Duve, D, Johnston, B. Makil, K.
Ikeda, M, Leppla, M. Brewer, M. Shelley, G. Leavitt, R. Warren, B.
Weaver, K. Southard, M. Janne. G. Anderson. 61h ROW: K. Morris.
R. Rokey, R. Holbrook, C. Thompson, J. Skinner, J. Copper, K. Barnes,
D. Lenhart, D. McWilliams, K. Dixon, J. Rokey, B. Gray. 71h ROW:
S. Krauel, S. Phelps, M. Moore.
TOP ROW: Peter Johnson, Freddie Smith, Ivan Makil, Brant Layton,
Keith Dixon, Ken Barns. 2nd ROW: Craig Thompson, Howard Cottom
Ricky Deoxie, Robert Britian, Bonnie Gray, Kent Brooksby.
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TOP ROW: Tressa Hancock, Jeff Glenn, Jim Hernandez, Bill Thomp
son, Barbara Harville, Scott Sumpter Richard Hxilliiwan, jp: W er. H,
BOTTOM ROW,- Lena Tsinaginewljinita Martin, ool T jf,
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BOTTOM ROW: Kent Southard, Nancy Meyers, Sue Thompsom
, Don Grace, Linda Olsson, Sharon Thacker.
rtwright, Patti Ferrell, Becky Jameson, Terri Mc
DANCE CLUB TOP RO W: Karen Merkley. Bonnie Grey, JoAnn Enos.
Sl:'C'O.N'lD RO L4 ,,'v, janet Downing. Guin Gutherie. L IHIRO
ROW: Beverly Cooper. hlaine Scott. Lorraine Magnusson, Debbie
Bonter, I-'Ol RTH ROV! ".' Kathy Willian. Sally Stephens. K, Lot.
FIFYH ROW. J, Smith. N. Bird. P. Bullard. A. Bernell. .S'I.X'I'lI
ROH ",' S. Lanlord. D. Wurts. K. Whetten. BOTTOM ROM ".' D. Hale.
D. Buchsbaum, M. Blalaek, K. Schwalbe.
DANCE CLUB TOP ROW: Susan Tyreel. Nancy Thome. Laverne
Sperry. .SECOND ROW' Michelle Walters. Marilyn Flinn. Jean
Aldridge. Kathy Brenton. 'l'lllRlJ ROM "'.' Lisa llall. Olivia Rodriquef.
Gail Zarr. Robin Poor. Kathleen Whetten. FOLRVIH ROW: N. Hale,
M. Lyons. K. Donath. V. Schneppf. lrene Pervinceo. I-'IFTH ROW:
M. Moore. S. Kowal. L. Hom. R. Shill. .S'I.X'7'Il ROW: S. Krauel. S.
Grey. P. Ferrell. C. Patterson. M. Griffin. ,S'l1'VI:'.NlTH ROW' D.
Buehsbaum. T. Markvyell, L. Peterson. S. Schlarbaum. K. Padlelord.
EIGIITII ROW: T. Houser. D. Penrod. J. Horn. C. Bergling. R.
Shindledceker. BOTTOM ROW' J. Kelly. J. Mathene. B. Chambers.
J. McKay, K. Pearce.
LEO CLUB TOP ROW: Richard Hillman. David Rowe, Tracy Mead, sell Stokl, D. Foote. BOTTOM ROW: D. Grace, D. Adams. S. Nez, D.
Bob Pennell, Jeff Louie. Rodney Shinn. Sl:'C'O.'VD ROW: Cliff Smith, R. Gigueroa,J. Miranda. G, Hogue.
Hummer. Les Strickland. Alex Ortega. Ron Mendoza, John Pew, Rus-
Dance Night proved to be a night of triumph
for the girls in Dance Club. The success of this
program was due.to a great deal of work, on the
part ofevery girl in Dance Club.
Raising money for underprivileged students
who are partially blind was the main project of
Bike hikes, cookie sells and decorating goal
posts were some of the fun activities of GAA.
GAA gave the members an opportunity to par-
ticipate in sports competition, and Night on the
GAA TOP ROW: Judy Christensen, Barbra Fress, Liz Fluhr, Susie Ben-
ton, Betty Gartarice. Marcy Bartow, Sheila Jarvix, Carma Smitt, Joyce
Youngkin, Rosmary Shill, Nicki Owsley, L. Jones, D. Bradshaw.
SECOND ROW: L. Hom, K. Schwalbe, G. Barajas, C. Castillo, J.
GAA TOP ROW: Faith Seota, Rhonda Ray, Kathy Smith, Paula Peter-
son, Livinna Tennyson, Susan Pase, Irma Schurig, Linda Labrier, Sally
Stephens, Barbra Harvill, Corina Murdock, Shirely Hughes, Shirley
McAnlis. SECOND ROW: P. Boyle, S, Oldenburg, P. Bell, J. Walsh,
President Marylee Blalack, Debbie Buchsbaum, Donna Buchsbaum
and Debbie Hail discuss future projects of Dance Club. at one ofthe
Seidel, G, Ortiz, A. Dallas, M, Porter, J. Smith, S. Matthews, D. Carl-
sen, J. Siedel, C. Jones, D. Rasmussen. BOTTOM ROW: D. Reed, S.
Jones, S. Alcantar, S, Grey, P. Ferrell, M. Cartwright, B. Martinez,
B. Bernal, C. LeBaron, B. Bates, D. Swanty, B. Thompson.
C. Nichols, C. Malone, D. Robinson, J. McGown, S. Schepflin, S.
Satturdly, M. Matsumoto, I Rodriquez, B. Makil. BOTTOM ROW:
S. Lopez, L. Backus, B. Helton, G. Beck, K. Hathcock, V, Bakes, M.
Lyons, P. Cluff, R. H.o'r.iMeisgeier.
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Strength of Body
Balances strength of mind.
Striving to win,
Fighting to excel.
Success on the field
Means the power to endure
Beyond hope or reality.
Having a ball
Be it small and white,
Or the brown of pig skin.
Inspiring greatness in character,
Frustrations over one lead to
Determination of will.
Practice Practice Practice
What's it all for.
Then cheer after cheer
And you, you're there.
Guidance of coaches
Leading you onward
Towards the opportunity to aspire.
hree Gridders Make All Division Team
Teaming up to down a Tempe ballcarrier are Bill Cooms and Randy Dity. At lefi,
senior quarterback Steve Huish warms up his arm.
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, , Bruce Blake, Dan White, Tracy Mead, .lim McClelland, Stu Hogue, Raymond Juan,
Steve Hines, Charlie McDonald, Coach Cummins. SECOND ROW: Coach Peete,
5 Keven Magnnusson, Rollie Lopez, Frank Hillan, Lyle Power, Chip Stauffer, Dennis
, ia 3 ' Weese, Tom Towe, Dennis Sheilds, Steve Huish, Fred Woods, Keller Ellsworth, Coach
m 5 f L it s Gates. THIRD ROW: Coach Pico, Steve Huffaker, Dennis Greene, Bob Contreas,
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Although the team record didn,t accurately
reflect the team's strength, it did include some
fine accomplishments. The victory over Mesa
was particularly rewarding, and the defeat
that the team handed Maryvale was one of only
two losses that the Panthers suffered all year.
James Edmonds, Lynn Smith, and Dennis
Shields were named to the all division first team,
Chip Stauffer made the second team and Danny
White received an
Westwood Opponent Westwood Opponent
7 Maryvale 6 20 Coronado 41
I3 Saguaro 21 l4 Kofa 26
7 Mesa 6 7 Scottsdale 13
9 Arcadia I7 34 Chandler 0
42 Tempe 7 I4 McClintock 20
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Ellsworth and Bill Coombs team up for an interception.
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Dale Hamblim. Lance Prickett. Brad Parker, Bill Coombs, Dan Peterson, Chris She-
ilds, Rod Lilly, Bob Tompkins. Murray Andrews. Coach Bellmont. BOTTOM ROW:
Simon Lopez. Richard Stevenson. John Blake, Gerald McClelland. Randy Day,
Dorsey O'Banner. Craig Randall. Curtis Jefferson. Jorge Miranda. Ronnie Mendoza.
Joe Kohler, Jack Giroux, Dave Mendez.
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A Mccllmogk bdlkamer Defensive back, Tom Hogue, knocks the ball away from an opposing receiver, pre-
venting a touchdown in a win over McClintock.
TOP ROW: Coach Quackenbush, Vance Lybrant, Mel Wood, Ron Davis, Monty
Seabring, Frank Crosson, Dick Eskabeado, Robert Trevizo, Dewayne Felix, John
Badiaco, Willie Moore, Steve Hamm, David Antone, Dale Farnsworth, George Clay-
pool, Danny Millett. Carlton Able, Alfred Harris, Bob Parker. Greg Tobey, Coach
McNaughton. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Foster, Steve Langvart. Bill Horvell, Alan
Hevwood, Dan DeMassev. Chris Wazner. Casev Calhoun. Larry Bogle, John Vander-
7 Wins, 2 Losses,
nd J.V. Season
Full of team spirit and varsity potential, the
.I.V. football team for the 1968 season display-
ed outstanding tactics in both offense and de-
fense. Ken Mountz was the leading defensive
player, totaling sixty-nine tackles for the season.
The leading ground gainer was Tom Watson,
offensive backfielder. Under the direction of
coaches Austin McNaughton and Brian Foster,
the season ended with a 7-2 record.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
Westwood Opponent Westwood Opponent
32 Maryvale 6 20 Coronado 0
32 Saguaro 12 34 McClintock I3
6 Mesa 34 28 Chandler 0
I9 Arcadia 20 32 McClintock 20
I8 Tem pe 7
Coaches Willie Peete and Joe Pico talk with JV stars Steve Barrow and
Ken Mounts about plans for next years varsity.
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jack. Gary Hunsaker, Robert Respass, Ron Bailey, Doug Lovelady, Joe Juan, Ralph
Pew. FRONT ROW: Tom Hogue, Ernie Vasquez, Doug Parker, Ken Mountz, Roe
Hawkins, .lim Nesbitt, Tobin Rudd, Rick Smith, Dennis Day, Ron Willis, Steve Mer-
rill, Tom Watson, Eddie Titcomb, Ruben Sanches, David Mendez, Rick Ortega, and
Warriors Ernie Vasquezpand Doug Parker chase a McClintock
Charger out of bounds, The Warrior defense was feared
throughout the league holding five opponents to one touch-
down or less. In this game they defeated a team of McClintock
A Mesa Pass sails over the head of the intended receiver due to a fine
rush pass by the Apache line.
paches Down ll
But One Opponent
Under the leadership of Coach Bennett and
Thomas, the Apaches fought their way to an
outstanding season. Their only loss was to
Mesa by two points. Larry Hemphill and John-
ny Buiterrez were named as offensive and de-
fensive players of the year respectively. Out-
standing players were Wayne Steffey, John Kerr,
Gevan Rudd, and Bob Perkins.
6 Saguaro 2
I3 Mesa I5
I9 Arcadia I3
39 Scottsdale O
34 McClintock l9
I2 Coronado 0
19 Glendale I3
6 Mesa 6
BOTTOM ROW: Bob Davis, Keevin Willis, Wayne Steffey, Harry Lopresti, Danny
Martinez, Joe Quintinares, Mike Logan, Bob Guiterrez, Scott Kolsrudd, Carlos
Chiadias, Wes Christian, Craig Bateman, Loren Peterson. 2nd ROW: Dave Lueke
Joe Sowards, Gary Treptow, Ron Merrill, Jeff Packard, Steve Slade, Gevan Rudd
Bruce Waddell, Jack Perkins, Ron O'Gara, David Nichols, Sammy Newton, Tanner
Ballcarrier Mike Logan cuts to the outside after finding no
room up the center.
Offensive player of the year, Larry Hemphill, out manuvered or out ran 21 tackler to gain an extra yard. Blocking for Hemphill are Carlos Chia'
most opponents, Here he demonstrates his determination by diving over dliiS and RiC Kleiner.
Barton, Harry Bunker, .lim Langford, Bruce Finlesson. 3rd ROW: Coach Thomas,
Mike Doyle, Steve Schultz. Kim Chamberlain, Ken Frick, Ric Kleiner, Garth Toone,
Bob Perkins. Larry Hemphill. Alan McAnlis, John Kerr. Bruce Blake. Freddie
Madueno, LaVelle Enterkin. Rick Prekins, Coach Bennett.
After avoiding a block, Mike Logan makes the stop on an op-
posing hallcarrier as Carlos Chiadias comes up to help.
Cross-Countr Posts 6-3 Record Despite
ualif For State Meet
On the surface, the cross-country teams' sea-
son didn't appear to be as successful as those of
former years, but their spirit and determination
M were just as great, and had it not been for sev-
Bad Breaks To
eral bad breaks they might easily have gone 8-l.
Much of the credit for the team belonged to
T coach Larry Berryhill, who worked his runners
unceasingly to keep them in top condition. Al-
fano Padilla also did a fine job as he was the
first warrior to cross the finish line in every race
of the year. Steve Cooper and Craig Neilsen
fought for the second spot most of the year, and
' e sophomores Randy Kukuleis and Joe Rodarte
Qt p came up from the JV squad to fill in when injur-
,Nr I ies weakened the varsity. With a severe lack of
upperclassmen, the JVs depended entirely on
x 5 the sophomores and still finished 6-2.
5 Westwood Opponent Westwood Opponent
1 3 17 Maryvale 46 29 Kofa 27
A ' 'ii ii S' I8 Saguaro l5 Scottsdale 49
First year coach Larry Berryhill records times as Mike Lugo, Larry 33 Mesa, 16 Mcqlmock 47
Schurz, and Randy Kukuleis look on. 20 Afcadla 41h Dwlslcin, ,
I5 Tempe 4th lnterdivision
29 Coronado 27 8th State
Varsity Cross-Country: TOP ROW: Steve Ikeda, Alfano Padilla, David Berryhill. FRONT ROW: Steve Lillo, Robbie Patton, Larry Schurz,
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After ending the regular season with a 19-3
record and a number two ranking, the basketball
team entered the divisional play offs with high
hopes, but they were upset by Arcadia in the
first round. They only teams to defeat the team
in the regular season, Tempe and Phoenix Union
were both Division Champions. Top scorer,
Jim McLaughlin averaged 20.9 points a game
to place sixth in the state and scored 41 points
against McClintock to set a school record. Cap-
tain Dave Schweers didn't score as many points,
but played extremely well in the close games.
Senior Edd Gardner and junior Dan White also
played well throughout the season. Other top
players included Jim McClelland, Jared Madsen.
and Vernon Wilkens. The team placed second
in the Brophy Tournament in which McGlaugh-
lin and Gardner made the All-tournament team.
Westwood Opponent Westwood Opponent
43 Tempe 55 79 Flagstaff 50
56 Phoenix U. 61 58 Scottsdale 39
81 Cortez 44 60 Kofa 53
70 Mesa 37 72 McKlintoek 57
58 Areadia 45 69 Chandler 62
85 Washington 34 56 Coronado 49
53 Catalina 42 65 Kofa 57
55 Tempe 60 59 Chandler 54
77 Camelback 62 6l Scottsdale 44
70 Casa Grande 47 74 Coronado 49
56 Mesa 48 76 McKlintock 55
Playoff Game: 63 Arcadia 66
Varsity Basketball: TOP ROW: Edd Gardner, Terry Stapley, Dave Sch-
weers, Jim McClellan, Joe Cramer, Jared Madsen. BOTTOM ROW:
Junior guard Danny White finds that sometimes it's impossible to hit the
basket. Nevertheless, Westwood downed Camelback 77-62.
Bill Coombs, David Riggs, Jim McLaughlin, Danny White, Vernon Wil-
kins, Jeff Kiely.
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Junior arsity Basketballers End Season
.l.V. Basketball TOP ROW: Jeff Gunnell, Doug Clark, Robert Wolta,
Arthur Fritz, Mike Taylor, Steve Hamm, Ron Gardner. BOTTOM R0 W:
ABOVE, David Smith passes the ball to a teammate, while A T RIGHT,
Jeff Gunnell and Mike Taylor battle a Chandler JV for a rebound.
Dick Harris, Ralph Pew, Stan Nielson, Tom Hogue, Harry Lopresti,
Mel Wood, and David Smith.
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With 17 Victories
After losing the first two games of the season,
the Junior Varsity Basketball team got on the
right track and reeled off 17 straight victories.
Many of the J.V.'s were hopeful of moving up
to starting position on next years varsity sinnce
all but four lettermen graduated. Coach Willie
Peetes' top players included Mike Taylor,
Dick Harris, Mel Wood, Jeff Gunnell, David
Smith and Stan Nielson.
Westwood 27 Tempe 38 Westwood 62 Kola 50
36 Phoenix Union 61 52 McClintock 44
50 Cortez 34 64 Chandler 39
66 Mesa 31 43 Coronado 22
47 Arcadia 42 67 Kofa 52
63 Camelback 47 45 Chandler 42
58 Casa Grande 28 51 Scottsdale 34
47 Mesa 31 46 Coronado 39
58 Flagstaff 32 60 McClintock 38
49 Scottsdale 24
Helping the .IV team to a fine season, David Smith sinks a set shot to wi-
den the lead in a 51-34 rout ofScottsdale.
"Two1" yell Westwood lettermen as they cheer their team to victory over
one of Westwood's rival teams,
Wrestlers Close Season With Six
After winning only one of their first three
matches, the Wrestling Team took revenge on
the rest of their opponents and captured six
straight victories to close out the season. Coach
Ken Haddad was especially pleased with his
team. Dick Adams, Chet Arnett, Randy Jarvis,
and Bowie Guerrero served as team captains.
Guerrero was undefeated in division dual meet
competition, and he won the division champion-
ship in the 138 pound class. The J.V. wrestlers
had a fine season, going undefeated in ten meets.
Westwood Opponent Westwood Opponent
16 Tucson 28 32 Chandler ll
21 Mesa 20 26 Palo Verde 12
14 Kofa 28 28 McClintock 16
l7 Sunnyslope 22 37 Arcadia I7
36 Scottsdale 6 22 Coronado 18
The muscle power of Randy Jarvis overtakes his opponent with ease. Ran-
dy ends his matches with an opponent over his shoulder.
J.V. Wrestling TOP ROW: David Lueck, Bob Respass, Ron Bailly, Christan, Danny Martinez, Clifford Ray, Paul Schultz, Doug Eggan,
Garth Toone, Robert Bodacio, Casey Calhoun, Brian Peterson, Dusty Andy Jackson. BOTTOM ROW: Ken Fricke, George Claypool, Ken
McWilliams, Robert Broadus, Ken Mountz, John Sipes. MIDDLE Slade, Bill Gowland, Charles Nichols, David Arnett, Doug Westbrook,
ROW' Mike Doyle, Carlos Chaides, Joe Quintares, Bob Bonilla, Wes .IeffBadger, Kevin Anderson.
Varsity Wrestling TOP ROW: Howard French, Lance Prickett, Kevin Aguilara, Don Gauer. BOTTOM ROW: Rick Ortega, Phil Hines, Steve
Magnusson, Frank Crossen, Randy Jarvis, Bowie Guerrero. MIDDLE Hines.
RO W: Chet Arnett, Hector Martinez, Dick Adams, John Tomlin, Juan
Mat Maids TOP ROW: Margaret Barraclough, Trisha Prince, Lily Ma- ROW: Kathy Pretsch, Linda Jones, Sandi Robinson, Patti Boyle, Shir-
cias, Shirley Oldenburg, Patti Baranowski, Yolee Aguilar. BOTTOM lene Mathews, Patti Arnold.
Varisty Tennis TOP ROW: Steve Morrison, Craig Penrod, Robert Foster, Mike Brennan, Tom Heasty. Not shown is Coach Richard
Forsythe, Robert Gadberry. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Hanson, Larry Hawkins.
Members of Westwood's Junior Varsity Tennis team are: Jim Jenkins, Richard
Mitchell, Randy Gilituk, and Bob Miles in front.
Balanced Bo 's Tennis Team Looks For
Boy's Tennis looked forward to a successful
season during 1969 as the entire line up con-
sisted of strong players. Four different
players held the top spot at one time or another.
Bob Forsyth, Mike Brennan, Bob Gadbury, and
Craig Penrod led the team with their fine
consistent play and there was a constant shuff-
ling of positions between them. Coach Richard
Hawkins, in his first year, did a good job in
coaching the team to a successful season.
ABOVE, Bob Forsythe practices his forehand shot, while at RIGHT,
Mike Brennan works on serving, as they prepare for upcoming match.
Swimmers Confident Uf Third Straight
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The Westwood diving team includes, FRONT ROW: Randy Jarvis,
Craig Randall, BACK ROW: Alan Ricks, Nelson Boren, Scott Coffin.
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After two straight State Championships, the
swimming team appeared to have the strength
to defend their title. Coach Craig Cummins team
was lead by Senior Rod Hendrix, the defending
state champ in the breast stroke, plus two
outstanding Juniors, Duncan Scott and Blair
Driggs. Duncan was the state champ in the back-
stroke and individual medley as a sophomore,
and Blair set state records in the 200 and
400 meter freestyle events. Also expected to help
the team was Mark Combs, a transfer student
Tempe and Central Coronado
Swimming Team TOP ROW: Craig Cummins QCoachJ, Jerry Nansen, QTrainerJ ROW TWO: B. Cummins fMascotj, P. Arnett, D. Roberts,
Neil Jarvey, John Willis, Bob Pennel, Mark Combs, Fred Woods, Rod B. Driggs, D. Scott, M. Rowley, R. Stolk, C. Bateman, B. Kroegar,
Hendrix, Garth Toone, John Kerr, Chuck Flake, Richard Wood SITTING.'.l, Nesbitt, S. Figeroa,.l. Stauffer, B. Waddell.
ABOVE, Jack Stapley demonstrates unusual form while performing a
difficult dive. BELOW, Blair Driggs, an All-American swimmer, prac-
tices forthe breast stroke.
Coach Graig Cummins feels confident ofa third straight state title as
talks to All-American Blair Driggs and Mark Combs.
mnastics Group Entertairis uge Crowds
Junior Dwayne Marin shows strength and good form as he executes a
difficult straight arm hand stand on the even parallel bars.
With a Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey
type entrance, the 1968-69 edition ofthe Warrior
gymnastics team burst forth before a crowd of
six thousand people as part of the half time show
for the Westwood-Arcadia football game. There
they performed a dazzling array of feats. Con-
tinuing on throughout the year, this crowd pleas-
ing group performed at various basketball
games where they never failed to draw a big
hand. After this warm up, the team went on to
compete in their regular season meets around
March I3 Phoenix Union April 9 Coronado
21 Coronado 17 Prescott
26 Maryvale 25 Arcadia
28 Sunnyslope May 2 North
April 3 Saguaro 9 Scottsdale
Skill and strength are required in performing on the still rings as shown
in a difficult cross executed byjunior. Clifford Shelly.
An elementary stunt on the trampoline is performed by junior Lark in The side horse is one of the most difficult pieces of apparatus, Shown is
Palmer. lt shows excellent form and alot ofcoordination. Don Brockway, a senior, performing a strenuous mount.
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Martin, Larkin Palmer, Peter Cook, Don Brockway, Cliff Shelly. BOT- drasousky, Steve Figueroa.
TOM ROW: Coach Stansbury, Randy Haws, Wynn Caffal, Mark El-
Gymnastic's Team - 97
Golf Team Swings
To A Good Season
Returning letterman from the fifth ranked
r team in the state of last year have proved to be
the nucleus of this years squad. Coach Erv Reid
L was glad to see five returning letterman as well
as seven new players to add to his group. The
rr"We is team headed up by returnees Jay Nicholaus and
Larry Perkins proved to be the deciding factor
in many of the meets which the team played
in this season.
Practicing many hours at the Mesa Country
Club every afternoon as well as upon an
occasional weekend brought the golfers to a
point of accuracy which caused many of the
opposing teams to fall victims to this years'
ABO VE, Coach Erv Reid shows some of his varsity golfers how it's done. Coronado McClintock
On opposite page, Larry Perkins sinks a putt as Greg Perkins holds the
flag and two Mesa golfers look on.
Varsity Golf team TOP ROW: Jay Nicholaus, Scott Peterson, Dwight ROW: Jeff Guinn, Kerry Leavitt, Chris Fluhr, Steve Perkins, Danny
Taysor, Larry Perkins, Mark Hughs, and Gary Stapley. BOTTOM Mottern, Steve Neilson, and Greg Prekins.
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Senior sprinter James Edmonds gets set to start from a pair of "9 Flat"
starting blocks, one ofCoach Berryhill's invocations.
After three straight years of being number
two, 1969 was the year in which the track team
hoped to regain the state championship. The
team, coached by Austin McNaughton and Larry
Berryhill, was lead by tri-captains Dave Perkins,
Lyle Power, and Alfano Padilla. Perkins was
ranked as the top sprinter in the state, Power
was considered a potential state champ in the dis-
cus, and Padilla was one of the stateis best dist-
ance runners. Other outstanding performers
included sprinter James Edmonds, and pole
vaulter Richard Hom. Perkins, Padilla and Hom
represented the City of Messa in an indoor
meet in New Mexico.
March I2 Chandler April l0 Mesa
March I9 Coronado April Z3 Tempe
March 2l McClintock April 30 Arcadia
March 26 Scottsdale
Track Team TOP ROW: Steve Lillo, Kevin Ellsworth, Les Strickland,
Wayne Brandt, Mike Rinker, Jim Haley, Dave Perkins, L le Power
Brad Parker, Steve Huish,Theran Bunker, Craig Stewart, Muary An'
drews, Jim Edmond. MIDDLE ROW: Dale Tice, Richard Hom, Jim
Vanderjagt, Jim Geyer, Mike Jackson, Russell Lisonbee, Jesse Smith,
Darrell Huber, Nelson Boren, Mike Britten, Craig Nielson, Aaron Brad-
shaw, Robbie Patton, Jim Foran, Dorsey O'Banner. BOTTOM RO W:
Kevin Willis, Darrell Mullins, Steve Ikeda, Alfano Padilla, Richard
Laphere, Keller Ellsworth, Rick Rick Daniels, Dennis Thackeray, Tom
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Track Team TOP ROW: Bill Ham, Doug Parker, Ron Davis, Alan Hey-
wood, Ron Lilly, Danny Millet, Richard Escobedo, Ray Ralls, Randy
Kuklies, Steve Williams, Gary Burk, Bruce Finlinsen,f'Carlton Abel,
Craig Chambers, Dewayne Frelix. MIODLE ROW' Rick Anderson,
Alan Duffy, Ric Smith, Steve Thompson, Mont Cunningham. Ramon
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Aguilar, Bill Thorpe, Kim Bradshaw, Joe Rodarte, Tom Oxendale, Sam
Nez, Craig Thompson, Don Bartz. BOTTOM ROW: Sam Urbina,
Tom Watson, Ed Harris, McKay Johnson, Steve Merrill, Ed Murrieta,
Mike Lugo, Mike Strong.
BELOW, high jumper Russell Lisonbee sails over the bar. AT LEFT,
captain Dave Perkins, the state's fastest runner in the 100 and 220 yard
dashes, waits anxiously for the starting gun.
Well Balanced Baseball Team Looks For
Third baseman, Steve Cooper, receives a throw and gets ready to tag out
With lots of talent at nearly all positions,
the Westwood baseball team looked forward to
the possibility of a league title and the state
playoffs. Coach Harry Goodman expected the
team to rebound from last year's mediocre sea-
son. The top players included Dennis Shields,
Randy Day, Dave Schweers, Mark Gray, and
Varsity Baseball Schedule
March 4 Camelback April ll C0f0l'l3d0
March ll Cortez April I5 Casa Grande
March I4 Kofa April I8 Kofa
March I8 Saquaro April 22 Tempe
March 2I Scottsdale April 25 Scottsdale
March 25 Arcadia April 29 Coronado
March 28 Chandler May 2 Chandler
April l Saquaro May 6 Mesa
April 2 McClintock May 9 McClintock
April 8 Mesa
Varsity baseball, TOP ROW: Coach Quackenbusli, Dave Schweers, nie Mendoza, Jack Giroux, Mike Pace, Steve Cooper, Coach Schla
Edd Gardner, Dennis Sheilds, Mark Pace, Dave Riggs, Danny White, baum. BOTTOM ROW: Lorenzo Ritz, Larry Armenta, Charlie Ridder
Vernon Wilkens, Bob Tompkins, Coach Peak. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Mike Mullins, Jim Goodman, Bob Wilmarth, and Mark Gary.
Goodman, Dick Harris, Dave Mendez, Randy Day, Alex Ortega, Ron-
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.l.V. baseball, TOP ROW: Mike Shill, Ken Smith, Tanner Barton, Lar- baum. BOTTOM ROW: Tobin Rudd, Charles Jamenson, and Ron
ry Bogle, Dean Stoner, Steve Harrington. MIDDLE ROW: Ed Titcomb, Charles.
Dennis Day, Rick Ortega, Mike Pepara, Seve Langvart, Coach Schlar-
irls Tennis Enjo s Successful Season
This year's Girls Varsity Tennis team consists
of: TOP ROW: Debbie Robertson, Sue Dutcher. BOTTOM ROW:
Kris Leaf, Sue McRorie,
Bradshaw, Bobbie Stockdale, Tory McQuale. Znd ROW: Margie Judy Hakes.
Girl's J.V. Tennis Team: TOP R0 W: Janet Stephensen,
sen, Rojane Rush, Cathy Hakes. 2nd ROW: Amy
Pam Christen- Skousen, Lucy Shumway. BOTTOM ROW: Lori Lott, Mardi Johnson,
Hubler, Jenny PaulaNielson.
The girls tennis team looked toward the 1969
season not quite sure of what they could expect.
Sue Dutcher was the only returning letterman
and Tory McQuate and Kris Leaf had played
only a few varsity matches at the end of the
previous season. Sue McRorie and Bobbie
Stockdale were new to the varsity team and
they were confronted with a strong Alhambra
team and a stronger Casa Grande. Coach
Yolanda Munoz was confident, however that
the season's record would be good. The J.V.'s
were expected to be very strong with a large
group of promising Sophomores. The first
match of the year resulted in a victory over
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through using the back hand swing.
ABOVE' Number one player, Sue Duteher, "socks it to 'em" with her
fireball serve. BELOW: The girls tennis instructor Miss Munoz prepares
the Sophies for their matches: they are, Mardi Johnson, and Cathy
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Girls Gymnastics Under New Direction
Senior .lan Brown has nothing to worry about while spotters, Carol
Webb and Karen Perkins both seniors, attempted to help her.
Probably the least understood and least pub-
licized of all Westwood athletic teams, Girls
Gymnastics provided one of the few opportun-
ities for girls to participate in competitive
sports. Only a very few schools in the state have
girls gymnastics teams, and teams often have
a difficult time scheduling opponents. The
schedule for 1969 was expected to include
Coronado and Washington in addition to par-
ticipation in the state meet. More than 20 girls
competed in areas which included side horse,
uneven parallel bars, floor exercise, tumbling,
balance beam, and trampoline. The team ,vas
coached by Miss Sandra Trigg, and senior
Lynda Backus, who was an outstanding per-
former on the trampoline, served as captain of
the team. Other outstanding gymnasts were
Brenda Hilton competing on the balance beam,
and Patty Boyle, who reached the state finals
last year on the trampoline. All of the girls
worked very hard after school to improve their
routines, and they expect to score well in the
Girls gymnastics team: BOTTOM ROW- Koni Christopher, Wendy
Pomeroy, Linda Backus, Brenda Hilton, Carol Webb, and Janet
Demetri. ROW 2- Patti Boyle, Janene Prince, Karen Curtis, Gail Beck,
Peggy Cluff, Connie Cluff, Trish Prince, and Karen Perkins. TOP ROW-
Sandy Grey, Paula Peterson Liz Fluhr, Marce Bartow, Norma Fuhr,
Jan Brown, Carol Figueora, and Shirley Oldenburg.
ABOVE: Marcic Bartow demonstrates a perfect straddle on the uneven Brenda Hilton gracefully demonstrates a jump into the air off the
parallel bars. LEFT BELOW: Sophomore, Koni Christopher does a balance beam.
good balanced head spring off the horse. BELOW RIGHT' Senior
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Spirit nd Pep Led
By Varsity Groups
Surging on the football field for the first pep
rally the Warrior cheerleaders lead by Storm
Henderson electrify the student body with their
tumbling cheering and their general enthusiasm.
Throughout the football and basketball season
it was because of these six that the spirit of the
students really sored.
The sixteen girls lead by Warriorette captain
Linda Buntin perform admirably at the various
athletic contests held during the fall and winter
months, the high light of the shows were
promptly performed at the Arcadia football
game when the Warriorettes performed to the
song "Indian Lakev.
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ces to the fight song after the winning touchdown is made.
Varsity cheerleaders Lisa Whist
Mills, Norma Fuhr, and Storm
ler, Blair Driggs, Barbara Arnett, Marie leaders create enthusiasium and spirit among the students at pep rallies,
Henderson show their form. The cheer- before the big games, and during the games.
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You made the Honor Roll
You passed your final
What a relief
But there's still a semester to go.
Keep on studying
Keep up the grades
Proud parents praise you
Counselors encourage you
Friends envy you
But you can't give up
It all comes with the honor.
lt all begins with an ambition
To learn and to accomplish
To achieve your goals
And to know you have done your best.
We get our achievements and honor
Steve Huffaker. Karla Neilson, Janet Tolman, and Marilyn Karr, make
plans for the Student Council State Convention that was held in
Joy Wright, Pommie Rogers, Mr. Conover. Janet Tolman QBusckyJ,
and Dean Steffey count out tickets to be used for "Night On The
Town." While below Susan Merrill, Peggy Arnett, Eva Vuorenmas and
Ralph Pew try' and figure out how they will sell the newly make phone
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B arrior Council
A few of the important highlights of the year
1968-1969 came in Gctober when the Student
Council adopted a foreign child from Taiwan.
Following the adoption, a fund raising pro-
ject was held to raise money for a kidney
transplant for a Westwood student. These are
just tow of the many successful projects
sponsored by the Student Council headed by
Steve Huffaker, president, Janet Tolman, Karla
Nielson, and Marilyn Karr. This years sponsors
were Mr. M. Conover and Mr. P. Pomeroy.
Hard working Student Council members decorate the Christmas Tree
that was displayed in the cafeteria, TOP ROW: Den-Den Shields,
Debbie Stone, and Steve Huffaker. MIDDLE: Sam Urbina, Patty
Baranowski, Vicki DeWitt, Kathy Henshall, Marilyn Isley. and Sheila
Martin. BOTTOM: Larraine Bcthancourt, Mo Macko, Marilyn Karr,
Susan Merrill, and Brad Parker.
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paint signs to promote school spirit. Looks like more fun than work!
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LEFT' Delegates to the l968
session ol' Anytown were Doris
Livingston, Richard Hom,
Barbara Arnett. and Melvin
O'Donnal. BELOW: Boys'
and Girls' State representa-
tives included, leli to right.
Janet Tolman. Dennis Shields,
Bruce Brake, Debby Nesbitt,
Joe Cramer, Chet Arnett,
Lynn Lopresti, Dave Schweers,
and Marilyn Karr.
PUBLICATIONS WORKSHOP: Karen Stolk, Vaunie Sevey, Chris
Houser, Susan Brimley. Marilyn Karr, Janet Hutzel, Sally Stevens,
Doris Livingston, .lan Horn, and Bruce Brake.
"We Didn't Think Those Bus Rides
Would Ever End, But
The thought of giving up the first few weeks
of summer's freedom sends shivers up most stu-
dents spines, but over twenty Westwood stu-
dents did just that as they attended various
workshops throughout Arizona this past sum-
The University of Arizona and Northern Ari-
zona University were hosts to Girls' and Boys'
State. Much of the time was spent campaigning
for such offices as mayor, governor, and senator
for the mythical 51st state.
NAU was also host to the annual high school
publications workshop. Nine members of West-
woodls yearbook and newspaper staffs learned
about copy, layouts, captions, pictures, and edit-
ing for school publications.
Anytown was held at Prescott's Sky Y Camp
amidst the tall, green pines. Selected participants
of all races, colors, and creeds "roughed it" and
lived with nature as they did a study on human
Students ualif For Honorary Clubs
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Model UN TOP ROW: Marilyn Karr and Eva Vuorenmaa. SECOND
ROW: Mr. G.O. Wilks fsponsorj and Blair Driggs. THIRD ROW:
Lorraine Bethancourt and Barbara Arnett. Seated on Floor: Joe Cramer.
The Model UN was organized to acquaint
students with other nations. Representatives
were selected on the basis of character, academic
standings, and ability to co-operate with others.
Chosen were Joe Cramer, Laraine Bethancourt,
Barbara Arnett, and Marilyn Karr.
Members of National Honor Society are
selected by the faculty committee on a 1.5 grade
average. Chosen because of their character,
service, scholastic achievement, and leadership,
the members worked deligently on various
Quill and Scroll members were admitted on
a 2.5 grade average and their experience in
journalisim. One of the major projects which
the club undertook was selling candy canes to
provide scholarships for NAU publications
workshops held in June.
National Honor Society TOP RO W: Lynn Lopresti, Patty Watts, Chris
Houser, Andrea Steele, Kathleen Arnett, and Iris Obershaw. .S'l:'C'OND
ROW: Richard Hom, Jared Madsen, Craig Stewart, Brant Layton,
Jeff Kelly, and Bob Pennal. THIRD ROW: Margaret Robertson, Mark
Rowley, Jim Foran, Don Smith, Jorge Miranda, and Steve Hilton.
BOTTOM ROW: Mark Brinton, Mary Beth Winterstein, Debbie Buchs-
baum, Arlene Cameron, Nancy Taylor, and Scott Koffman.
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Quill 8L Scroll. ROW I: Candy Johannson, Patti Robbins, Nora Rich-
ardson, fVice-Presidentj, Karen Perkins,Debbie Buchsbaum and Susan
Brimley. ROW 2: Janet Hutzel fPresidentj, Sally Stephens, Vaunie
TOP ROW: Barbara Arnett, Kathy Gruner, Richard Mitchell, Dave
Schweers, Linda Olsen, and Marsha Hall. SECOND ROW: Frank Brad-
shaw, Duncan Scott, Wayne Brant, Bruce Brake, and Bonnie Gray.
THIRD ROW: Debbie Nesbitt, Pat Bauer, Barbara Fricke, Richard
Cannon, Doug Donald, and Valerie Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Debbie
Jennings, Kathy Henshall, Marilyn Karr, and Lorraine Bethancourt.
Sevey, Jan Brown, Pat Bauer and Connie Cluff. ROW 3: Karen Stolk
fTreasurerj, Linda McCollough QSecreatyJ, Kathy Gruner, Bruce
Brake, Craig Nelson and Norma Sanchez. N01 pictured: Darlene Koch.
What a smarty! Congratulating Marilyn Bird is John Hestand, Terri
Frank, and Mark Timmon. Marilyn has represented us in many speech
tournaments, taking several first places in Poetry and Prose reading.
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Westwood Student Council members who attended the summer work- ABOVE: Members of Westwood's debate Team are congratulated by
shop areg Steve Huffaker, president ofthe student body, Marilyn Karr, Mr. Sizemore for their outstanding efforts. Pictured are Bob Pennell,
Corresponding Secretary, and Karla Nielson, Recording Secretary. Richard Mitchell, Jim Jenkins lrecieving awardl and John Hestand.
Masque and Dagger, TOP ROW: Bruce Brake, Kathy Henshall, Stan my Whitely, and Michelene Lyons. BOTTOM ROW: Vicki DeWitt,
Brimley, Carol Lynde, Chet Arnett, Leilani Wright, Paul Shockman, Jane Hamilton, Marilyn Bird, Chris Houser, Melvin O'Donald, Doug
ROW 25 Bob Pennell, Pegge Price, Brenda Williams, Sheena Fry, Tam- Donald, Randy Hancock, and Kaye Reed.
Many Honors Given
To Westwood High
Made up of some of Westwoods finest Drama
students, Masque and Dagger performed com-
mendable jobs for the school productions of
"The Crucible" and "Bye, Bye Birdie". Audit-
ioning in the fall, these students were selected by
the talent shown towards drama productions.
Last summer Westwood High School was well-
represented at the A.S.U. Summer workshop
for student councils in Tempe. Those attending
spent from July 8 to Aug 2, 1968, learning about
new ideas towards student government.
The National Conference of Christians and
Jews was held at Phoenix College in November
of 1968. Members attending were divided into
a number of discussion groups to try and solve
the racial problems that face the schools, the
cities, the nation and the world.
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Pictured ABOVE are the top ten Seniors who have achieved honors in Marta Walker, Wayne Brandt, Joe Cramer, Donald Smith. BOTTOM
attaining the highest grade averages in the Senior Class. TOP ROW.
' ROW: Susan McRorie, Patricia Riley, Debbie Nesbitt, Nancy Taylor.
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Take Top Honors
The top two scholars for the year 1969 were
only one-thousandth of a point apart in thir
grade averages. Valedictorian honors went to
Jeff Kiely with a grade average of .984 and Sa-
lutorian honors went to Laraine Bethancort with
a grade average of .985. Thse were the outstand-
ing scholars for 1969.
The Salutatorian honors for the Class of l969 went to Laraine Bethan-
court, who is congratulated here by Mr. Brimhall.
The top scholar for the Senior Class is Jeff Kiely. Mr. Sizemore in-
forms him ofthe great honor of being Valedictorian of 1969.
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ABOVE: For her six-month swimming tour of South Africa, Carol
Figueroa receives u trophy for her outstanding efforts. BELOW: The
Dinamic Duo, Blair Driggs and Duncan Scott, were chosen All-American
swimmers. RIGHT' The Future Farmers of America Annually choose
a club sweetheart. This year's lovely winner is Sharon Smith,
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Warriors Pla Host
To Eva uorenmaa
FS Student '69
Westwood had the opportunity this year to
have Eva Vuorenmaa as our foreign exchange
student. She arrived from Finland to live with
Dr. John Kerr and his family. The Kerrs have
four children, two of whom go to Westwood,
John and Susan.
Aside from her regular schedule of German,
Advanced Comp., American History and Gov-
ernment, Eva was an honorary member of our
Student Council. She has attended a Student
Council convention and a model U.N. as a
representative of Westwood, and discussed the
problems that face our schools.
RIGHT' Wearing a colorful formal is our foreign exchange student, Eva
Vuorenmaa. BELOW: Chairman of the Elks leadership committee, Bill
Wessells, presents leadership certificate to Janet Tolman, who tied for
first place. Bruce Brake received a third place award.
Norma, Chet Chosen Homecoming Royalty
The Homecoming King and Queen for the
yearl968-69were Chet Arnett and Norma Fuhr.
Serving as first and second attendants to Norma
was Barbara Arnett and Karla Neilson, respec-
tively and attending Chet was Dennis Shields and
Steve Huffaker, respectively.
The Crowning of the Royalty took place at the
dance, differing from past years in that it usually
is at the football game, but the ceremony was
rained out. On hand for the crowning was last
years Queen, Kay Zaharis, and Attendant Eric
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Working and studying, learning
Through the written
As well as the spoken word.
Learning by doing, by trying,
Something new and different
You come face to face with yourself.
Where do you connect?
Being alone, to study, to learn
To learn by experience.
In your own world of thoughts,
Of dreams, of hopes, and fears.
Grappling with life's mysteries
And learning to cope with them
By living every day
In an atmosphere of unrest.
People contemplating the questions
And obtaining the answers
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Plans ForThe Growth f SchoolsMade By
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Pointing out the future growth pattern of the Mesa School District and
the new boundaries which will occur is Supt. George N. Smith.
Posing for a formal picture are members of the school board. These gentle- gram. Standing are Donald Ellsworth, Lynn Werner, Wallace LeSueur.
men serve the citizens of Mesa without pay and guide the educational pro- Seated are Darwin Gunnell, Dr. John Kerr, and Lynn Sharp.
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Planning for the future growth of the school
system in the city of Mesa was one of the para-
mount duties confronting both the school ad-
ministrators and the members of the board of
education. Planning the building of the new
Mesa High School took up the time and efforts
of many other individuals as well. When com-
pleted this building is anticipated to be one of
the finest educational complexes in the South-
The opening of the new Fremont Junior High
School in the eastern part of the city brought a
new idea in what a school building could look
like and has proved to be a show place for
visiting school personnel, many of whom travel-
ed for miles around to view this structure. Pro-
jected figures indicate that many more schools
will have to be built in the years to come in
order to accommodate the students who will be
attending Mesa Schools.
Showing Linda Hom some of the scholarships available is .lim Zaharis
who is Co-ordinator of inovative programs for Mesa schools.
Seated for a conference to deal with the areas of 'education which must
be reviewed so that a smooth functioning plan of operation will take
place are Drs. Del Chamberlain and Gavin Humphrey, Mary Bell Noble
Sec. to the superintendent, and George N. Smith, Superintendentr.
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lnstructing .Iunior Myra Edmounds on some of thc school's policies is
Westwood's dedicated principal, Mr. Elias R. Brimhall.
Our school has gone far this year, rating as
one of the top high schools in the state. Much of
the credit belonged to the capable leadership of
Mr. Brimhall, our principal, and assistant prin-
cipals, Mr. Sizemore and Mr. Pomeroy. These
men have worked hard at their duties, and have
gone even further in their personal interest in the
Some of Mr. Brimhall's duties include general
supervision, selection of school personnel, stu-
dent safety, etc. Mr. Sizemore is in charge of the
educational services and Mr. Pomeroy covers
the social activities.
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Audrey Morphis and Mrs. Eula Harris, for their continous assistance at
the various jobs which they receive throughout the year. TOP RIGHT:
Assistant principal, Mr. Mel Sizemore, advises student body officers
Janet Tolman and Karla Nielson on selecting and rearranging class
schedules. LOWER LEFT' Discussing military activities, is Sgt. Roy
Thomas with assistant principal, Mr. Pat Pomeroy. Speakers selected
in this field gives Westwood boys an opportunity to grasp more know-
ledge about the "Service"
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hysieal Fitness Stressed mong
Miss Sally Bixby insists perfect posture is a must to develop graceful
dancing habits and skillful techniques.
132-Physical Education Dept.
The uneven parallel bars involve a lot of skillful movements. Showing
Linda Tryon how to exercise these movements is Jamie Meri-idith,
Coaching Cheryl Leslie to strike at the ball is Anna Rodriquez.
Another year has past, needless to say the
hardy P.E. girls have survived the vigorous
exercises required during the course. With the
thoughtful consideration and enthusiasm offered
by the various instructors, the girls were able to
increase their physical capability and partici-
pate in the selective sports such as: tennis,
dancing, volleyball, basketball, archery, and
During the year, Westwood received many
honors. These honors were given to boys whose
practice and training were daily routines. Keep-
ing the boys in good physical shape was the
responsibility of the nine coaches, including the
department head, Coach Gates. Boys taking
P.E. are required nine classes which are broken
down into four week periods each. Besides
selective sports the boys were encouraged, plus
required, to complete various exercises for im-
provement toward a better physical fitness
Prospective members of the track team exercise vigorously by pulling belts during apre-season workout with Coach Larry Berryhill.
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During 1968-69 Westwood's Business Educa-
tion Department pioneered two new courses in
Arizona secondary schools-Intermediate
Typewriting and a one-year vocationally-direct-
ed course in Stenoscript ABC Shorthand.
A "model office" was set up in Room 412 to
project the environment of the business office
into the classroom. Many types of business
equipment were acquired to give students addi-
tional skills required for success in a highly
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Without the helpful guidance of our counsel-
ors who knows what shape Westwood students
would be in! Throughout the year many dis-
turbed boys and girls turned to their counselors
Aiding Junior Aaron Bradshaw in solving problems over registration and
college requirements is Counselor Mr. Bill Ebert.
136 - Counselors
Assisting Patty Rans to locate her counselor is secretary, Georgia
Wright, whose desk is conveniently located at the office entrance.
for logical problem solving techniques.
They soon realized that the counselors were
willing and evidently capable of helping them
with practically any tragedy produced.
In addition to giving good advice, Mel Denning discovers that Mr.
Vaughan is willing to help students locate part-timejobs.
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Briefly summarizing scholastic achievements of Westwood students is
Mr. John Bulkley. Listening attentively is Debbie Fitch.
ABOVE: Requesting information on previous grades and courses taken,
Roxanne Sparks gets immediate service from Counselor Bob Free. Many
Westwood girls prefer the guidance of Counselor Margaret Miller. i
BELOW, she discusses class schedules with Lynette Laliberte and recom- I
mends a few interesting classes available.
Throughout the years, Westwood has been
fortunate in having several employees in charge
of extra jobs needing supervision. One of the
most useful spots on campus was the library,
it carried a wide selection of books, and was kept
considerably quiet by the librarians. Every year
the school gets its share of instant illness. With
the help of the nurse, Anna Cramer, Westwood
WHS able to 0V6I'COI1'1C many ofthese II1iSf01"LuI'1CS, Furnishing school supplies and activity cards to Daryl Taylor and Rick
Ford is Mr. Andre Messali, manager of Westwood's busiest spot, the
Trading Post. At times the place gets so crowded you hear the soft sweet
words floating through the air, "Get Out!"
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Students gaze anxiously at Mrs. Anna Cramer as they await results of their eye tests.
The eye testing program is held annually at Westwood.
138 - Special Services
Helping Earl Shaw and Mike Englebeck
to adjust sound on a projector is Mr. Don
LaVenture, of Audio Visual. With their
help we enjoy many films.
"No I didn't ditch 4th period Human Physiology!" says nervous student
Freedy McDonald to office secretary Mrs. Ruth Perkins.
BELOW: Always available to help students select interesting
books is librarian Betty Jackson.
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Good Meals And Cleanliness Provided
Keeping our campus clean is the job of every Throughout the years, Warriors have enjoyed
individual, however most of the work is done by many delicious meals at our cafeteria on cam-
the maintenance crew of Westwood. These men pus. Responsibility for serving this many stu-
keep our campus clean and in a good atmos- dents is placed in the hands of our industrious
phere for study and recreation. cafeteria workers.
Maintainance Men. Top Row: Roy Combs QHead Custodianj, Raymond Charles White. Bozmm Row: Ted Rhodes, Mike Stump, Charles Lee
Neilson, Dean Short, Dan Sherwood, Al Geldarski, Ed Peterson, and Howell, and Delbert Hale. These men keep Westwood clean!
Top Row: Valarie Lewis, Virginia Whipple, Jimmie Richmond, Irma Vera Mayfield, Mary Skousen, Carol Blanton, Louise Hagen, Isabel
Fenner, Evelyn Hunsaker, Helen Thompson, Mildred Schultz, Zovah Barcelo, Helen Stone, Ida Schweitzer, Shirley Whiteley, Odell Keller.
Everett, Thelma Deloach, Soila Saldana, Kay Hainline, Myrlene John- Opposize Page: Cafeteria ladies Virginia Whipple and Evelyn Hunsaker
ston, Esther Anderson, Verna Robertson, Eva Sezate. Second Row: work hard to provide students with delicious lunches.
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Ruth H arper
Jay Dean Jones
Using a visual scanner, Tom Backer! increases his reading ability while Mr.Wurtz,
reading specialist, gives helpful advice.
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Nouns and verbs were just a small segment of
the types of subject matter taught in the Eng-
lish department this past year. Specialized read-
ing labs emphasized the need to read better while
publications classes gave more stress to the
printed word. In the auditorium, Mr. Jones and
his drama group worked many long hours to
perfect the second major production pr-oduced
by and for the students, Bye Bye Birdie. The
literary magazine, Tohyahl, came out four times
during the past year. Not many years ago it
came out but once. Finally, lower prices for
text books came about since all texts were rented,
not bought by students thie year.
AT LEFT' With the use of a blackboard
Kathy Sullivan, sophomore English
teacher, explains how to use a noun
clause correctly. ABOVE: Looking over
some of the reference materials in the
reading lab are Linda Reeser, reading
specialist, and some of her students.
Students may enroll in these specialized
classes to improve their reading skills and
increase their speed.
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chemistry teacher Mr. Herst to junior Becky Moon, while senior Bob Gunnell and Chuck Flake. Doubtful helpers Mrs. Shouse and Paula
Contrcsas andjunior Becky Knight chuckle discreetly at her many mistakes. Nielson keep an eye on the proceedings.
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Chemistry Classes nspire Scientists
Man has just begun to reach the threshold of
space. He has only started to discover the in-
finite complexity of his own universe and to dis-
cover what can be done to improve his body.
Because of necessity, he has just begun to de-
velop the resources of his own planet.
The challenge of space and what lies "be-
yondv has intrigued man almost from his be-
ginning here on earth. During the past few years
man has been making small, hesitant steps into
this vastness. But these probes in to our own
natural resources and those into alien environ-
ments are coming about more and more rapidly.
Man has learned more about himself. No longer
must a bad heart necessarily doom a person.
Who can say what he may do in the next few
years. All of this has come about because of
science. Students who have taken subjects in this
area have taken a giant stride to become the
leaders of the future.
Giving their careful attention to Mr. Lisonbee while he is doing an ex-
periment on the measurement of the charge on an electron during physics
class are Charles Ryder, Kent Brooksby and Mike Drew.
Department H ead
The Social Studies workroom provides an endless source of in-
formation to those students who seek help. Mr. Vannie Summers,
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1 shown above with Ginger Wright, Jerry Sturm, and Jack Perkins,
points out some of the various possibilities for research materials.
To Juniors, Seniors
This being a political year throughout the
nation, it has given Mr. Harold Brown and Mr.
Al Thomas a wide horizon of subjects to present
to their classes. The two teachers instructed a
combined two-year American History and Am-
ican Problems class that has been presented for
the first time this year.
The students were given a wide variety of history
subjects to choose from. They ranged from World
Culture to Home and Family.
This isn't all that history had to offer.
Through their history class, they are given a
chance to take part in student government. A
representative was elected in each class and had
the responsibility of reporting the goings-on
during class council meetings and the feelings of
American Problems class gives students the opportunity to voice their
opinions on current events. Mr. Haddad expresses his views.
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Department H ead
ABOVE: "C'est bein, Jean," comments Mrs. Frances Norman to her
reciting pupil, Joan VanLuchene, as fellow classmate, Nikki Smith looks
on. BELOW: Recorded lessons provide a modern way for young German
students in Mrs. Gish's classes to keep up with their studies.
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Math nd Language
The past year at Westwood had been truly a
challenge to those students who took courses
in mathematics. Instructors presented exciting
problems to some of the brightest intellectual
minds in the school. Trying to keep ahead of
these people kept the teachers on their toes for
most of the year. Analytical Geometry and Cal-
culus is designed to help senior students prepare
Since two years of a language are required
at most colleges, many Westwood students spent
last year learning to speak foreign tongue. Most
popular was Spanish with German and French
as alternatives. Latin was also taught but not
in conversational form. The lessons are not only
of the language but contain some degree of his-
tory and geography connected with the country.
Rapt attention is evident as Mr. Ralph Lee expounds on the mathemati-
cal theory of Logic. Little can be accomplished in these classes without
concentration and a great amount of perseverance.
Perplexed at the prospect of measuring an angle with a protractor are
Penny Rowley and Burt Tackett. Help them out, Mr. Cummins!
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The members of the Arts and Crafts depart-
ment, headed by Mr. Grif Stephenson, strived
throughout the year to present to their students
an introduction to life and its beauty, and
some times its abstractions.
Those in Art did various pencil, chalk, and
charcoal sketches, and made water and oil
paintings, sometimes using material in place of
the usual canvas background. Observation of
different forms of life were made by the classes,
and were recorded in many ways, depending on
the taste, ingenuity, and talent of the individual
Ceramics and other crafts provided a chance
to display the imaginationzsuch as creating what
you think that disagreeable teacher really looks
like. These classes made jewelry, learned wood
carving and designed mosaics. They also did
Batik, where they created a design on cloth.
This proved to be another very interesting pro-
OPPOSITE PA GE: Giving some advice to Karen Danath on structural forma-
tion with clay is Arts and Crafts teacher, Mr. Thomas Guest. TOP LEFT' Sum-
ming up Don Montgomery's silk Screen Project is teacher Mrs, .lean Gardner.
Much skill is needed to produce such qualitative ceramic structures as
those being made by students Billy Eagle, Debbie Chappello, and Steve
Perkins, under the supervision of Mr. Bill Cummins.
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TOP LEFT: Learning how to inspect cattle is included in the Vocational
Agriculture course. Ray Dogers and Bill Tucker inspect a calf for any com-
cunicable diseases. LOWER LEFT' Demonstrating soil evaluation to
Dennis Hanks and David Melander is Mr. Max Hunt.
TOP RIGHT' Adding reinforcement to the tongue of a horse trailer are
Chuck Toliver and Steve Heather. LOWER RIGHT' The upkeep of
machinery used for farming is very important. Mel Denning and Carl
Perkins make sure their tractor is in good shape.
ocational Arts Produce Top Workers
The Auto Mechanics department celebrated
its third year at Westwood during the 1968-69
school year. Those taking Auto Mechanics spent
part of their classtime working on carszlearning
to find the trouble and fixing it. This department
was headed by Mr. Leo Peterson, who was also
the head of Vocational Agriculture. Vocational
Agriculture students learned all about farming
and the different skills it requires.
A BO VE: "No sweat, I'll tix it!" says senior Spencer Mace as he develops
his skill at car repairing in Auto Mechanics class.
BELOW: One of the most important parts of a car is the distributer. Mr.
John Louis, Auto Mechanics teacher, demonstrates to Jerry Sterm, one
of his students, the proper procedure of adjusting and testing a distributer.
Stimulate Shop Work
Industrial arts classes served to stimulate and
develop boy's natural abilities in shop work. Gen-
eral shop gave the students a sample of several
different fields of manual work.
Other classes in the industrial arts department
gave boys experience in specific fields. These
courses included woodworking and metal working
which taught students the uses of different woods
Also offered were classes in drafting and elect-
ronics which helped prepare the students for future
occupations in various phases of engineering.
Classes in metal working take many precautions against accidents as it
is dangerous and must be done with the ultermost care. Pictured are Mr.
A course in drafting requires much concentration as shown by Robert
Perkins who is carefully drawing a plate layout.
Schlarbaum explaining to .lerry Townsand and Ernie Vlartinez techniques
of running a metal lathe.
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Amavisca, Olin Tefft and Bob Burnham. and Randy Gilituik. Advising the boys is Mr. France.
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Music students were offered a wide variety of
music courses to choose from. Several vocal
groups included the Choralies, Westwood Girls,
Singing Warriors, Concert Choir and Honor
Choir. October was the month the choral de-
partment held their annual Rosarita Dinner to
raise money for music camp scholarships.
Instrumental classes were Orchestra, Junior
Varsity and the Varsity Band which performed
during the football season. Westwood also had
a Honor Band which was made up of the top
woodwinds in Varsity and Orchestra.
Ar lefz: Mr. Rader spends many hours with music students as pictured
with Kelly Boyle. Above: Mrs. White's choruses have to practice long
and hard to keep up with the good music that Westwood is noted for.
ln order for an orchestra to be really good many long hours of practice
are required. Practicing for the Instrumental Festival are Carol Lisonbee.
lvan Makil, Jeff Guinn and Mr. Lloyd.
Best Dressed Girls
Pizzas, pumpkins, and pies are just a few of
the items which students in Home Economics
were concerned with this year. Discovering that
clothes could be made and not just bought in
high fashioned department stores also provided
an exclamation of delight to many girls. These
same girls soon became some of the best dressed
young women on campus after discovering what
a little ingenuity could do for them.
Coping with the antics and problems of little
children have given insights in planning future
family life for the girls in child care classes. The
intricacies of budgeting were put before these
students, also preparing them for the future.
Girls preparing for future careers in costume
designing, or those that were interested in exotic
design, found the classes in tailoring to be ex-
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Instructing bewildered students in cooking classes such as Marleen Duckworth and Chris Bicknell
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While Joanne Allen pops her homemade biscuits into the hot oven, Mrs. Sewing is fun, relaxing, and economical, if it is done the right way. Won-
Jo Wilson, the Home Economic Department head, stirs her bubbling stew ders can be done with material if a little ingenuity is used. Assisting Toni
in preparation ofthe meal to come. Helmy with her sewing is Terri Pell.
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Getting war paint for Mesa-Westwood Week are, Kare Esber and Rick
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Anderson Anderson Anderson
Lowell Janet June
Annala Antone Arbogast
Larry Donna Barbra
Armenta Armistead Arnett
And they're off! The race is on and out in front is the Class of I969, who
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Arnett Arnett Arnold
Nicholas Ken Linda
Ashby Askland Backus
Keith Kim Vicki Celeste Kenneth Margaret
Bailey Bailey Baker Ball Barnes Barraclough
Baldo Sofia William Norma Brenda Jon
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Joyce Gary Robert
Bowden Bower Bradshaw
Bruce Nancy Wayne
Brake Bramwell Brandt
l Is this sex-education? Mitch White, embarrassed that he's made a big
mistake, is careful to look both ways before making his escape.
Garry Jo Lynn Margaret
Braund - Brenay Brewer
Stan Charles Don Kent Bob Clinton
Brimley Brockman Brockway Brooksby Brown Brown
Jan Joyce Keith Lorraine Cheryl Debora
Brown Brown Brown Brown Bryceland Buchsbaum
Doug David Kathleen Linda Laura Bob
Buckmister Bucker Bueker Buntin Burklund Burnham
Cindy Don Jacqueline Wynn Kelley Vicki
Burrell Buttan Byice Caffall Calhoun Calvert
Jesse Don Richard Ralph Beverly Teresa
Camarena Campbell Cannon Cariaga Carroll Carter
Bob Rosalind James Cheryle Tom Marianne
Carufel Case Catano Cearley Chambers Chapman
Teresa Bill Pat Nancy Louise Roslen
Chappelle Christoph Chryst Cisty Clah Clark
Cheryl Judy Connie
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Deborah Suzanne Lynette
Coggins Cokeley Coleman
Jim Linda Chris
Collingsworth Colwell Combs
Bonnie Roy W Bob
Connolly Connolly Contreras
Richard Charles John
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What's this? Has the new issue of Playboy come in? Must be something
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Doug Joe Patricia Harriet Angelina Dana
Cox Cramer Crosson Curley Dallas Darthe
Randy Mary Ellen Carla Janet Mel Sandra
Day Dearth De Masi Demetri Denning Denton
Doss Bill Ted Betsy Keith Sharon
Deutscher Devers Diepstraten Dillahunt Dixon Dohrer
Doug Arthur Connie Sue Jim Monte
Donald Drew Durham Dutcher Eaton Echardt
Paul Patrick Susan Keller Alvina Karen
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Ford Force Forsythe
Robert Charles Debbie
Forsythe Franks Franks
Cheryl Terri Barbara
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Sheena Nancy Norma
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Helton use own method to Sock it to me!"
Karen Kathy Diane
Godfrey Goettl Gonzales
Fred Jim Steve
Goodman Goodman Gottschalk
Bernard Don Dale
Gowdy Grace Gray
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Anna Carl Jane
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Dennis Sandra Della Janette Tina Deborah
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Bob Carrufel and date, Debby Stone, quench their thirst with a glass
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'69 is where it's happening! Couple Tom Wallace and Dawn Cochran
make the scene ofthe Senior Party, where the action is!
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Daniels when Moneta Murdock stuffs him full of cake. Bottom: A high
standard of living is achieved in the school's bread basket as Nick Ashby
and Jane Wright share the new issue of MAD magazine.
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Gail Johnson, a new school janitor? Well, this much can be said, "You-
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Mullins Munk Murdock
One, two, three, pull. Chip Stauffer Proceeds to end the year early as
girlfriend Ann Prichard helps in the act. Aloha Chip!
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Noble Nohava Novarrette
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Neely Nesbitt Neverdahl
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The Homecoming royalty of Westwood, Norma Fuhr and Chet Arnett
reign happily over the annual Homecoming dance.
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crown bearers are at hand to crown the new king and queen.
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all help in preparing toys for Christmas for needy children,
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For the best fashions that can be found in clothes see Connie-
jean's located at 154 West Main in Mesa. Here you see Brenda
Barton being shown one of the latest styles in pant and wool
suits. Sizes range from Jr. 5 to 15, and Misses 6 to 18.
For one of the most exclusive and professional hair styling and
cutting jobs that can be done on your hair on any occasion, Earl's
staff is one of the finest. Conveniently located at 145 West Main,
for appointments phone 964-1403.
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Ski equipment that is looked over by Mitch White is just some of
the sporting goods that Peterson's have in stock. From hunting
jackets to the best fishing equipment around. Located at 201 West
Main, phone 964-3747 for further information.
"Everything, I Think!" Theres a wide variety of equipment a-
vailable, from floor polishers and exercising equipment to com-
pressors and dump trucks. Located at 2332 Apache Boulevard,
phone 967-3922. Shown here is Mr. Fuhr on one of his many
Photography By Eric
Looking over the collection of photograph types Photography by Eric is located at 1020 Mill Avenue
displayed at Eric's studio are Patty Watts, Sally in Tempe, Arizona, and provides the Senior class
Stephens, and owner of the firm "Cordy" Cooke. portraits.
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When in doubt, send flowers. Crismons have served Mesa long
and well. They specialize in floral arrangements, corsages, bou'
tonnieres which are the best. Crismons flowers-where they're a
little bit nicer. 25 East Main, Mesa. Call 964-4595.
For those who like the best in Spanish and American foods be
sure it's El Charro. The atmosphere and service is just what you
need for that special date. You can also place an order by phone,
964-1851.105 North Country Club Drive, Mesa.
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Before you buy, burn, or borrow be sure to see the Cummard
Reality. For the finest service in Mesa. They can cover you from
the cradle to the grive. These two lovely girls are Betty Johnson
and Kay Gunnell. Located at 640 East Main.
Patterson Motors has a nifty selection of Volkswagon's and used
cars. If you're in the market consider the many advantages of
owning a Volkswagon. Small, economical and stylish enough to
drive in the best circles.
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Styling and shaping is offered to all men at Windsor Barber Shop.
Barbers shown here are using the finest facilities on Ken Jones,
Rob Evans and Mike Arrington. Conveniently located at Westwood
Plaza 425 North Alma School Road.
Country Club Bowl
Senior Scott Peterson tries out his skill in bowling at Country
Club Bowl. They offer their customers 32 A.lVl.F, Lanes, with a
convenient restaurant, nursery and many other bowling supplies.
There are also free instructions offered, phone 969-1386.
Being shown one of the finer qualities of sweaters are Randy
Bunker and Mike Shield. LeSueur's carries a complete line of
men's clothing including hats, shoes. and the finest suits availa-
ble. Located at 18 West lVlain in Mesa, phone 969-8188.
Paul L. Sale Co.
Relaxing on one of their finer chairs is Shiela Southerland, being
helped by Belle Berg. Located at 166 West Main, Paul L. Sale Co.
is known widely for its quality furniture. This is just a sample of
their many lamps and chairs that are available.
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Carla Monroe and Joanne Roberts enjoy looking over travel pam-
plets at Brown World Travel Service. Go to Brown's for airline,
hotel, steamship, tour, bus charter, visas and reservations with
free ticket delivery. Call 964-8624, for instant service.
Sitting on the couch at Barrows Furniture are seniors Linda Mc-
Collough and Gary Neely. Barrows is located at 141 West Main
Street in Mesa. For a wide variety of fine furniture ranging from
lamps to bedroom and dining sets visit Barrows.
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Big 2 Olds
Looking at the beautiful new 1969 Oldsmobile is junior Pegge
Price and senior Bob Miles. Big 2 Olds has a large selection of
latest car styles from which to choose. For car displays and
assistance go to 64 East Main Street lVlesa, or call 964-8701.
Hi Fi Sales
Showing Westwood students Scott Miller and Jerry Ellsworth
some electronic and sound equipment are Clyde Upchurch and
Dave Ross, employees of Hi Fi Sales Company. For displays of
fine equipment go to 764 West Nlain Street or call 969-1338.
F oxworth Galbraith
Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company located at 158 South Mac-
Donald has been serving the community for over sixty years.
They wish to extend to the students and faculty of Westwood
High their sincerest congratulations and support.
Smiling proudly Dave Evans shows .lim Cantano his new suit with
the assistance of salesman Steve Fuller. Known throughout the
valley for it's tremendous selection in men's wear is Pomeroy's
Men's Store. Located at 136 West Main in Mesa. Call 964-7013.
Sally of SaIly's Fabrics comments on the good taste that West-
wood Senior Lynn Lopresti shows in selecting her fabric for her
Home Ec. project. Sally's has two Iocations:156 West Main and
also in the Sherwood Mesa Shopping Center. For information
This picture demonstrates how you will be treated the instant you
pull into Jack Arnold's Chevron Station, 1211 West University,
where "service is their specialty". Jack and his crew are trained
to take care of all your automotive needs, so stop and see them!
Advertising - 227
Curtis And Stauffer
Curtis and Stauffer is located at 62 South Center in Mesa. They
specialize in performance tires, mag wheels, white oval recaps
and all other Goodyear products. For more information call 964-
4589. and a courteous salesman will be on hand to help you.
Dick Lane and his wife of Lane Printing shows Marianne Chapman
some of finished products that show his fine ability as a printer.
It is located at 2146 West Main Street Mesa, Arizona and is known
for it's expert workmanship and fast service.
228 - Advertising
Putting the final touches on Jane Hamilton's hair is Patty Lane.
She is just one of the many qualified beauty operators to help
you, For the finest quality hair styling Contact Elaine Stapley's
Beauty Palace, 412 N. Hunt Drive Mesa, Arizona. 969-6111.
Kellwood Company at 234 South Extension would like to extend
their congratulations to the graduating class of '69. The workers
invite you to "Come and look them over". They are known
throughout the state for their outstanding lingerie and other
lVlcAfee Consolidated, located 840 E. Southern Ave., offers com-
plete service in plumbing, electrical, and building construction.
Shown above is student Sheila Martin discussing with her uncle
Roy E. McAfee, business costs. For information call 964-1756.
Fullers Fine Foods
Fullers Fine Foods located 170 W. University Drive offers a fine
selection of good quality foods with low prices. Receiving fast
and friendly service is Karen Henthorne from owner Don Fuller.
For information and grocery orders call 964-5376.
Westwood students enjoy looking over cars at Tony
M. Coury Buick. Looking over this new Riviera is a
Westwood senior, Steve Willis. Besides carrying
Buicks, they carry Opel Kadett's. Coury's also has
every color to fit your needs. They have a complete
body shop, facilities and night wrecker service. For
sales and service calls, call 964-2491, for wrecker
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Yellow Front Store located 1021 E, Main Street offers a fine selec-
tionof hardware goods. Among this is an excellent selection of
sporting goods. Looking them over is Westwood student Pommie
Rogers being waited upon with the friendliest of service.
T 8: T Auto
Shown above is Westwood student Jan Horn receiving excellent
service from her father owner of T 84 T Auto located at 104 E. First
Avenue. For information call 969-7338. The employees of T 84 T
Auto wish to extend their congratulations to the class of 't69".
Discussing with his father the many aspects of air-conditioning is
student Tim Brown. For the best of service, call 964-1756 for
lVlcAfee-Brown Air conditioning located 840 E. Southern Ave. They
have a fine selection of window and console models.
Dixon Sumpter, an employee of the Mesa Tribune, is discussing
with a fellow worker many of the tricks of printing, Mesa Tribune
offers a complete coverage of news and includes a section of class-
ified ads. For information call 964-5661.
Royal College Waldorf Barber Shop
Located at 22 N. Country Club Drive, Royal College of Beauty of- Waldorf Barber Shop located 551!2 W. Main Street downtown Mesa,
fers the best in hairstyling. Presenting a Clinic demonstration are carefully specializes in good styling and shaping. Receiving the use
former Westwood students Donna Hemphill and Jackie Nlills, look- of fine facilities used by the best of barbers, are Westwood seniors
ing on are Debbie Jennings and Marta Walker.
Clare Cleaners conveniently located 920 East Main Street, offers
the best in complete cleaning of dresses, coats, and shirts. Re-
ceiving service is Gail Anderson being attended by counter girls
Dorothy Hunt and Ethel Ferguson. "Those who care call Clare."
Randy Jarvis and Keith Dixon.
Serving the Valley with first hand news and good entertainment in
music is Kalf Radio located at 146 South Countr
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ed above is disjockey Mike Murry explaining to Lynette Coleman
some of the aspects of radio announcing.
Ray's Norge Village offers to everyone a low cost dry cleaning and
laundry, Coin operated it's the fun, inexpensive way to do the
typical task. Norge Village is located at 62 North Stapley in Mesa
and is open throughoutthe week.
Pictured above is Sandie Robinson, as she poses at the side of a
beautiful '69 AMX. Randall Ramblers, located at 1350 West Main
in Mesa has all of the '69 models in many different colors and styl-
es. For more information, please phone 969-9191.
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Goettl's Metal Products Company is located at 1548
East Main in Mesa. Goettl's does stainless steel, cop-
per, aluminum, and galvanized work. They specialize
in sheet metal work. Pictured are Westwood War-
riors Kathy Goettle and Pat Bauer. They agree that
Goettle's has the best metal. For more information
on the quality work at Goettl's, call 964-1451. The
employees of Goettle's Metal would like to congrat'
late all Westwood Warriors.
Shown above is Patti Baranowski receiving excellent hairstyling
and the friendliest of service from her father. owner of Beauty
Spot Salon which is located 126 W. Pepper. For information call
964-5340 where we turn the "Cuties into Beauties".
Motor Supply Co.
Motor Supply Company, located 24 S. Robson offers wholesale
and retail auto parts. For reliable service on your car, whether it
be foreign or domestic, shop at Motor Supply Company. For in-
formation on auto parts call 964-5681.
Pictured above is student Tom Moore being shown the many as-
pects of electrical contracting. Ready to serve you with reliable
service are owners John R. and Ray R. Gosney of Gosney Electric
located 154 N. Hibbert. For information call 964-5237.
Looking over the wide fall and winter selections of the latest in
school fashions is Westwood student Janet Downing. Desert Cas-
uals is located at 1226 W. University Drive. They offer all the lat-
est in teen fashions.
The friendly staff of Rosita's Mexican-American Restaurant take
time out of their busy schedule to explain to John Miller why their
food is the best! Located at 1019 West 5th Street in Tempe you can
either eat it there or take an order to go by calling 966-0852.
Hixon Tire Co.
If it's tires you want then come to Hixon Tire Company located at
753 E. Main in Mesa, where you can find new, used and recapped
tires at budget prices for sport, foreign and passenger cars be-
sides all types of tires for tractors and trucks. Call 964-6429.
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A salesman at Mesa Paint and Supply Company pictured above
outfits Westwood Warrior Lance Prickett with all the equipment
that he'II need to become a professional painter. Located at 59 E.
Main you can find quality paints and equipment. For information
In this hot Arizona weather no one can be without refrigeration.
At Guy Isley's Home-Auto Refrigeration at 2225 West Main you can
find a unit that will fit your own individual needs. They also offer
a selection of glass, mufflers, radiators.
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Showing senior David Reeder appliances from RCA Victor, is an
employee of McAfee Brown Appliance, George Stevens. MaAfee
Brown has such famous brand names as RCA, GE, and Westing-
house. Also available are refrigerators, washers and dryers.
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Wright's Markets would like to Congratulate the Class of 1969.
Wright's has been serving the valley of the Sun since 1931. Besides
the store on 422 East Broadway there are five other Wrights' Mar-
kets. Be sure to "Shop the Wright Way and Save."
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Southside Hospital Candy Stripers congratulate the
Class of '69. Front row: CLeft to Righty Karen Laseter,
Debbie Smith, Judy Linblom, Mary Silides, Carol
Tone, Margaret Redonodo. Back row: Candy Grant,
Becky Arquelles, Sue Buckley, Margaret Whittaker.
Amy Bentley, Katie Esparza, Sophia Barraza, and
Kathy Hernandez. These girls assist the patients by
reading to them, and playing with some of the sick
children in the hospital.
Showing the latest fashions featured at Mollie's is Jolinda True,
who works at lVlollie's. MolIie's at 105 East Main, offers girls all
types of dresses for evening and daytime wear, plus sportswear
for all occasions.
Freestone Tires located at 30 South Mesa Drive has everything
under the sun for your car. They will repair your automobile and
put it in top working condition for a very reasonable fee. So for
all of your car needs visit them or call 964-9164for information.
Jack Ross, Lincoln Mercury offers the best in new and used cars.
Their prices are reasonable and just right for you. If your car is
run down and your thinking of getting a new car go to Lincoln-
Mercury. For details call 964-2414.
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Examining one of the many fine watches at Gunnell's Jewelry are
two of Westwood students, Kay and Jeff Gunnell. Gunnell's offers
all types of beautiful jewelry from charms to clocks. Also Mr. Karl
Gunnell, owner, reparts and replaces all of his jewelry parts.
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enjoy delicious Spanish and American food, which Mattas is
known for. Mattas is located at 932 E. Main Str.. Mr. and Mrs. Man-
ual Matta are proprietors, You may call in orders at 964-7881,
City Of Mesa
Ready to serve the city of Mesa is the Municipal Build-
ing located 59 N. Macdonald. Representing excellent
service in gas, electricity, and water, it has built it-
self a fine reputation. The city of Mesa has an excel-
lent fire and police department of which they are
justly proud. Also striving to keep Mesa clean and
beautiful is it's Sanitation and Maintainance depart-
ments. The people of Mesa are truly glad and proud
of the fine and friendly service they recieve from
the City of Mesa Municipal Building. For information
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Strauch's Stationary located at 12 West Main Street carries a com-
plete line of gifts, stationary and office machines. They also have
a large variety of printing articles available for your use. They
have friendly service.
These five Candy stripers are working for Mesa General Hospital.
They are being introduced to the l.C.E. program. This program
give students the opportunity to work in various occupational
Posing here for Rose Mar College of Beauty are Marlene Shelly,
Kathleen Martineau, Lynn Mills, Bobby Ober, Kathy Wagner who
are working at Rose Mar. If you are looking for an exciting career
enroll at Rose Mar College of Beauty. Call now, 964-5678.
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Bennetts Furniture features specialized styles in home furnish-
ings. Their prices will help you save and their services will make
your shopping more convenient. Bennetts has furniture for the
living room, bedroom and all household needs. Call 969-8171.
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Welcome to the adult world of business. It is your oyster.
You are inheriting a shrinking world, made smaller by progress. It is a
world where the personal values you hold will become increasingly impor-
tant as the timeworn crutches of security and seniority are replaced by
initiative and ability.
True, your responsibility is a weighty one. You can be constructive - help
the world become a better place for all to live. Or you can choose to
rebel, to drop out - and contribute to the destruction of all that is good
in our world.
The choice is yours. In the final analysis, the world will become the
world you made. And what you give to the world will be balanced by what
We in the business world eagerly await your debut. From here on, whether
you go to college or to work, you will be treated as an adult.
We have but one word of advice. Whatever you do, be a professional at it.
. . . EHTTNT THE PHUTESSIUNAES AT TTNTTETT BANK.
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Bank with the PHDFESSIUIVAISI
Other offices in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Casa Grande and Coolidge
Above John Kerr and lVlo Nlacko are shown as they give their orders
to an employee at Sandy's. Sandys are noted for their fast service
and good food. Come join this casual atmosphere located at
740 West University Drive. For further information call 969-4561.
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Auto parts Inc. located at 734 West Broadway. Ace has one of the
largest stocks of parts for foreign and American cars and they are
nationally known for their hard to find parts. For information call
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Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Mesa, and is one
of the largest department-appliance centers. What you can't find
on their floor, can be ordered in wide varieties. Sears is located
at 21 North Macdonald. For information call 964-4527.
Chamber Of Commerce
For information on what's happening in Mesa, visit your Mesa
Chamber of Commerce. Mesa Chamber supplies newcomers with
all facts about Mesa. Furthering the interest of new poeple and
industries is their main business. For more information call 969-
1307, or visit at 10 W. 1st Street.
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Hungry? This is the place to go if fast take-out orders are for you.
Tastee Freeze features fine quality foods, ranging from Ice Cream
to American and Mexican foods. For call in orders phone 969-6712.
To try some of this delicious food visit 263 W. University Dr.
For the finest Carpet-Draperies and Furniture in Arizona visit Tol-
ivers: located at 1920 Apache Blvd. in Tempe. Toliver's carries
complete selections of the latest home furnishings. For free esti-
mates and more information dial 967-8877, and they will be glad
to help you.
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O.K. Tires located at 112 East lst Ave. offers a Passenger-Truck-
Farm-, Wheel Alignment and Tire Turning Center. They feature
new O.K. Starmaster Tires and Custom Retreading. Pictured
above is the owner Emerson Cates, helping Steve Slade.
Located in Westwood Plaza Shopping Center is one of Mesa's
most equipped sporting goods stores, Sun Sports. Also many art
and school supplies may be found here. Pictured above is Becky
Moon who is about to do some of her shopping. For information
Working at Duncan Donuts located at 1146 East Main Street are
some of Westwood's students. Duncan Donuts is noted for their
delicious pastries, and friendly service. Duncan Donuts is open
24 hoursaday for your convenience.
An employee of Del's Corset Fashion, located at 23 South MacDon-
ald in Mesa, is showing junior Elaine Roberts some of the latest
fashions. Del's offers famous brand names in sportswear, lin-
gerie, as well as in sleepwear.
Robcrt's Construction Company
Posing in front of a newly constructed house is West-
wood senior Karen Perkins. Virgil Robert's Con-
struction is noted tor their quality building and fast,
dependable, friendly service. For information go to
1465 East Dover in Mesa. Virgil Roberts would like to
congradulate the graduating class of 1969. They
wish each and every senior the best of luck in the
future to come.
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Newt Kempton Studios
Custom color photography is offered by Newt Kempton Studios
located at 942 E. 8th Place with business offices at 1468 E. Main
St. in Mesa. The number to call for information is 964-2154 to
assure complete satisfaction for wedding portraits in custom
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friendly guidance as you enter the business world.
We are vitally interested in you, for tomorrow's Arizona
leaders will come from your ranks. We want you as
a customer, and will appreciate your account,
however small. Your banker can serve
you all your life, so join the bank that
offers more, the bank that gives you
the finest personal service in Arizona!
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Mr. Lenhart, owner of Lenhart Brothers Hardware, displays part
of his large selection of quality tools. For minor and major build-
ing and construction supplies go to 756 West Main and take advan-
tage of the extensive variety offered for your convience.
Wright 8a Sanborn
Wright and Sanborn Gifts, located at 125 West Nlain in Mesa, has
a large selection of crystal and silverware and a wide variety of
China in all styles and patterns. Wright and Sanborn also register
gifts for all brides-to-be.
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Senior Westwood Warriors Edd Gardner and Jim Ha-
ley look over a new Corvette which is among the fin-
est cars available at Brown and Hoeye Chevrolet.
They also have a complete body shop and a service
department, located down town at 145 East Main
in Mesa. For the best buy on a Chevrolet and the best
possible service, call 969-1471.
With a friendly smile and a cheerful "Hello" these six candy stri-
pers from Westwood High School give flowers to patients at Mesa
Lutheran Hospital. These girls from left to right are: Margie Dally,
Marianne Chapman, Karen Stolk, Judy Christensen, Leslie Bed-
ford, and Geri Gadberry. The girls involved in this special organ-
ization perform many helpful duties such as making beds, Cheer-
ing up the patients and being guides to the visitors at the hospital.
Besides being appreciated they're loved by the patients.
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Candy Stripers. They also work at the information desk, the gift
shop, and run important messages for the nurses. Those girls
helping are from left to right: Debbie Hall, Pat Bray, Nikki Glibbons,
Sherrie Landis, Lauri Fezor, and Joe Granger. Besides doing all
these jobs the Candy Stripers play with the children, tell them
stories and help feed them. For all girls who are interested in be-
ing a Candy Striper they should get in touch with Mrs. Blake.
Relaxing in the Gift Shop at the hospital are Randi Warren, Junie to the auxilary funds. These funds help to buy some needed equip-
Vaughn, Susan Kerr, Debbie Lewis, Ann Kurtz, Linda Backus, and ment for the hospital.
Jan Kronbach. All of these profits from the Gift Shop goes directly
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Arizona State University
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Spanish, Tennis Coach
Arizona State University
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BENNETT, THOMAS G.
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Safety Education, P. E. ,
Basketball Coach, Lettermens
Arizona State University
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Boys' P. E., Cross Country, Track Coach
Arizona State University
Warrioiettes, Dance Club Sponsor
Eastern New Mexico
San Jose State
M.A. Algebra, Geometry
Indiana State University
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BRADSHAW, F. H.
University of Colorado
English, Tohyah Advisor
Arizona State University
Social Studies, Safety
Arizona State University
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Kansas State Teachers' College
Counselor, Interact Sponsor
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Wisconsin University B. Ed.
Arizona State University M.A.
Northem Arizona University
Northeast Missouri State
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Algebra, Geometry, Octagon
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COYLE, JOI-IN PATRICK
Kansas State College
CUMMINS, CARL C.
Arizona State University
Algebra, Geometry, Club
Arizona State University
American History, Psychology
CUMMINS, WILLIAM J.
Arizona State University
Art, Crafts Club Sponsor
Arizona State University
P.E. , Girls' Gymnastics
Coach, GAA Sponsor
Arizona State University
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Arizona State University
English, Chieftain Advisor,
Quill S Scroll Sponsor, War
EBERT, WILLIAM H.
University of Michigan
University of North Dakota
Oregon State University
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GARDNER, JEAN L.
Arizona State University
Crafts, Crafts Club
P.E. , Football Coach
Southwest Missouri State
English, F.T.A. Sponsor
Arizona State University
German, German Club Sponsor
Arizona State University
American History, Baseball
Arizona State University
HADDAD, KENNETH G.
State University of Iowa
American Problems, Wrestling
HARPER, RUTH E.
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
Biology, Tennis Coach
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
Chemistry, Science Club Sponsor
University of Nebraska
Office Education, C.l.E. Club
Northern Arizona University
Westem Montana College
English, For-eniscs Club Sponsor
Arizona State University
University of South Mississippi
Business Education, Economics,
Boys' League Sponsor
Arizona State University
JONES, JAY DEAN
Arizona State University
English, Masque B Dagger
Northern Arizona University
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Northern Arizona University
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Math, Chess Club Sponsor
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Arizona, State University
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Northern Arizona University
Band, State Band Sponsor
Northern Arizona University
Welding, Auto Mechanics
University of Arizona
Brigham Young University
Kansas State University
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Pikeville College B. S.
Arizona State University M.S.
Arizona State University
Indiana State University
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MOUNTS, FRANK C.
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
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P.E. , Girls' Tennis Coach
University of Arkansas
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Arizona State University
University of Arizona
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Psychology, P.E., Football
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Social Studies, National Honor
Arizona State University
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Arizona State University
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Arizona State University
Arizona State University
English, Girls' League Advisor
Arizona State University
Algebra, Basic Math
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
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Arizona State University
Kirksville State Teachers
Arizona State University
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Girls' P. E. ,Cheerleaders'
University of Wisconsin
Arizona State University
Math, W.A.M. Sponsor
Arizona State University
Colorado State College
University of Arizona
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Arizona State University
Social Studies, Safety Ed. ,
Bowling Club Sponsor
University of Nor-them Iowa
Ohio State University
Art, Art Club Sponsor
STORTZ, HELEN T.
Arizona State University
Fort Lewis College
Arizona State University
Home and Family, Social Studies,
Boys's League Advisor
University of Arizona
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Arizona State University
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Social Studies, Junior Class
Arizona State University
Busniess Education, D.E.C.A.
Arizona State University
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Oklahoma State University B. S.
MED Arizona State University
Girls P. E.
University of Arizona B.A.
Arizona State University M.A.
Arizona State University
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Northeast Missouri State
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Social Studies, Safety Education
Northern Arizona University
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Chorus, Pimapa Club Sponsor
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Oklahoma State University
M.A. Government, Senior Class Sponsor
University of Arizona
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Arizona State University
New Mexico Western University
Business Education, "S" Club
Arizona State University
ADAMS, DICK Lettermen's Club 141, Leo Club 141, Wrestling
J.V. 121, Varsity 131141.
ADAMS, DIXIE D.E.C.A. President 141, G.A.A. 121, Class
Council 131, Girls' League Council 121, Class Play 121131141,
Wahu Pahu 131141, Pow Wow 141.
AMAVISCA, WILLIAM Class Council 131, Spanish Club Vice
President 141, Football J.V. 121, Apache 131, Track J.V. 121,
Varsity 131, Class Play 131, Christmas Hall Decorations 131.
ANDERSON, DENZIL German Club 121131141.
ANDERSON, SHARON F.T.A. 131141, F.H.A. 131, Band F'
J.V. 121, Varsity 131141.
ANDERSON, WENDY Class Council 131, Chorus Girls' 121
Westwood Girls' 131. f
ANNALA, LOWELL Crafts Club 141, Electronics Club 141.
ANTONE, JANET Pimapa Club 121131 President 141, G.A.A.
131, Chorus Girls' 131, All-Indian Education Conference 131.
ARBOGAST, JUNE F.T.A. 121131141.
ARMENTA, LARRY I.ettermen's Club 141, Spanish Club 141,
Baseball Varsity 131141, J.V. 121, Football J.V. 121, Class
Play 121131141, NaKwachim 131.
ARMISTEAD, DONNA KoKiTawanI-ras President 141.
ARNETT, BARBARA Committees Special Services 121,
Class Council 131, "S" Club 131141, National Honor Society
131141, Cheerleaders J.V. 121, Varsity 141, Warriorettes 131,
Chorus Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141, "South Pacific"
121, Class Plays 121131141, Delegate to National Conference
for Christians and Jews 131, Anytown 131, Delegate to Model
United Nations 141.
ARNETT, CHET Class Council 121131141, Interact Club 131141,
Governor 141, Drama Club 141, Lettermen's Club 131141,
Chorus Honor Choir 141, Concert Choir 131, "The Crucible"
141, Boys' State Delegate 131, Student of the Month 141,
Pow Wow121131141, Class Play 121131141, Wahu Pahu 121131141,
NaKwachim 12 1131141.
ARNETT, KATHLEEN Class Council 121, "S" Club 131 Presi-
dent 141, F. H.A. 141, Girls' League Council 131, Band
Varsity 121131 Honor 121131, Chou.rs Girls' 121, Concert Choir
131 Los Sinombres 131, Honor Choir 141, Orchestra 121131,
Class Play 131, Pow Wow 121.
ARNOLD, CHERYL French Club 141, Orchestra 121131141.
ASI-IBY, NICK Transferred from Central High School in
London, England, Interact Club 131141, French Club 131,
Basketball J. V. 121 C. H. S. , Golf J. V. 121 CHS, Soccor
Varisty121C. H. S.
ASKELAND, KENNETH D.E. 131, Track manager 121131,
Cross Country 121131.
BACKUS, LINDA Girl's Gymnastics Varsity 131141, Class
Play 121131, Talent Show 141.
BAILLY, KEITH F. F.A. 141, Seminary President 121131141.
BALL, CELESTE F. T.A. 121.
BAKER, VICKY G. A.A. , F. H.A. , Dance Club.
BARNES, KENNETH Varsity Band 131141, J.V. 121, Honor
Band 131141, Boy's Chorus 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor
Choir 141, Orchestra 131141, Music Camp Scholarships
121131141, Stage Band, Los Sinombres, Lyres Club.
BARRACLOUGH, MARGARET Transferred from Skyline High
School, Salt Lake City, Utah 131, Special Services 141, Girls'
League Council 141, "S" Club 141 Corr. Secretary 141, G.A.A
S. H. S. 131, Girls' Chorus 131, Concert Choir 141, Drama Club'
S. H. S. 121, Debate Club S. H. S. 121, Student Court S. H. S.
131, Class Play 131.
BARRAGAN, BALDO J. V. Band 121, Varsity 131141.
BARRAZA, SOPHIE Varsity Tennis 141.
BARRY, BILL Football J. V. 121, Gymnastics Varsity 141,
BARTMESS, NORMA Transferredfromwarren High School in
Warren, Ohio, Science Club 121131W. H. S. , Band Varsity
121131 W. H. S. , Intramural Basketball Team 121131 W. H. S.
State Band 121W. H. S.
BARTON, BRENDA Spanish Club 131, Dance Club 121131,
French Club 141, Class Councils 131, Photo Lab 141, Class
Play 131141, Pow Wow 131141.
BARTON, JON Concert Choir 141.
BAUER, PAT Soph. Sec. 121, Class Council 121131, National
Honor Society 131, National Honor President 141, Los
Sonombres vice pres. 121, Warriorettes 131, Concert Choir
131141, Yearbook 121131 co-editor 141, American Legion Aux,
Award 121, Advanced Girls Chorus 121, "South Pacific" 121,
Delegate to National Conference for Christians and Jews 141.
BEACH, BILL Electronics Club 131.
BEACI-I, DENNIS Boys' League.
BEIKSTEAD, KIETH F. F.A. 121.
BENSON, JAMES Key Club 121141.
BERNER, MARYJANE F. T.A. 141, Chess Club 141, Advanced
Girls' 121, Westwood Girls' 131, Concert Choir 141.
BETI-IANCOURT, LARAINE Girls League Secretary 131,
Girls' League Pres. 141, Masque and Dagger 121, "S" Club
131141, Special Services 121, Citizenship 131, Student Council
141, Jr. Class Council Alt. 131, National Honor Society 131141,
Westwood Girls 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141, Los
Sinombres 121131, U. of A. outstanding Junior Girl 131, Girls
State alternate 131, Model United Nation 141, Youth Senate
BILLINGS, LEE ANN Class Council 121.
BILLISON, KAROL F.T.A. 121, F.H.A. 121, I-'.B.A. 121,
F. N.A. 121, Rodeo Club 121.
BINGHAM, KIRK J. V. Football 121, Mixed Chorus 131,
Concert Choir 141.
BIRD, MARILYN Masque and Dagger 131141, National
Forensics League 121131141, Dance Club 121131, Social Affairs
Decorations Chairman 131, Senior Class Decorations Chairman,
Orchestra 121131141, "Western Star" 121, "South Pacific" 121,
"Our Town" 131, "The Crucible" 141, Tohyah! 141, Superior
Medal in Prose Interpretation 131, Third Place Trophy in
Prose Interpretation 131, Trophy of Honor 131.
BLALACK, M.ARILE'E Los Sinombres 121, Dance Club 131141,
President 141, Girls' Chorus 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor
Choir 141, "Our Town" 131, "'South Pacific" 121, "The
Crucible" 141, Class Play 131.
BODDY, RUTH, D. E. C.A.,141.
BOHAN, PATRICIA Transferred from Holbrook High School,
Holbrook, Arizona. G.AfeaA. H. H. S. 121, Chorus 121H. H- 5-
BONTER, DEBORAH Transferred f.rom Macinaw City High
School, Macinaw City, Michigan. Dance Club 131, Editor
School paper M. C. H. S. , Student Council M. C. H. S.
BOWDEN, JEANNE Girls' League.
BOWDEN, JOYCE Girls' League.
BOWEN, BOB Transferred from Catalina High School, Tuscon,
Arizona. J. V. Football 121C. H. S.
BOWER, GARY Boys' League.
BRADSHAW, ROBERT Interact 131141, Class Council 121,
Concert Choir 141, Class Play 131.
BRAKE, BRUCE German Club 121131141 President 141, Los
Sinombres 131 President, French Club 141, Masque and
Dagger 141, Cultural Affairs 141, Class Council 141, Varsity
Track 131, J. V. Track 121, Varsity Cross Country 121131,
Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141, Singing Warriors 121,
"The Crucible" 141, War Chant 131141, All-State 131, State
Solo Festival First Place 121131, A. S.U. Medallion Winner
131, Boys' State 131.
BRAMWELL, NANCY D.E. C.A. 141, G.A.A. 121, Art Award.
BRANDT, WAYNE Lettern-ren's Club 141, Interact 141, J.V.
Track 121, Varsity Track 131141, Mixed Chorus 131, Honor
Choir 141, Class Play 131141, Top Ten.
BRAUND, GARY J. V. Track 121, Cross Country 121.
BRENAY, JO Spanish Club 141, NaKwachim 131, PowWow 141.
BREWER, MARGARET French Club 121, Varsity Band.
BRIMIEY, STAN Junior Class President 131, Interact 141,
Masque and Dagger 141, Elections 141, Class Council 131141,
J.V. Football 121, Apaches 131, J.V. Wrestling 121, "The
Crucible" 141, Class Play 131.
BROCKMAN, CHARLES Spanish Club 121.
BROCKWAY, DON Octagon Club 121131141, Lettermen's Club
141, Class Council 141, J.V. Football 121, J. V. Gymnastics,
Varsity Gymnastics 141, Outstanding Gymnast 131.
BROOKS, KARL F. F.A. , J.V. Football 121.
BROOKSBY, KENT Key Club 121131141, Treasurer 131 Presi-
dent 141, Chess Club 121 President, W.A. M. 121, Speech
Club 131, LYRES Club 141, German Club 121131, Electronics
Club 121, J. V. Band 121, Varsity Band 131141, "Showtime 68"
141, Debate Team 131.
BROWN, CLINTON Boys' League.
BROWN, JAN "S" Club 131141, Jr. Director 131, Senior Direc-
tor 141, G.A.A. 131141, Social Affairs 131, Rallies and
Traditions141, Class Council 141, Girls Gymnastics 121131141,
Chieftain 131141, Class Play 121131141, Pow Wow 121131141,
NaKwachim 121131141, Wahoo Pahoo 121131, AwgwChegu
BROWN, JOYCE F.T.A. 141, Girls' Chorus 121.
BROWN, KEITH Boys' League.
BROWN, LORRAINE Girls' Chorus 121131141.
BRYCELAND, CHERYL Girls' League.
BUCHSBAUM, DEBBIE Dance Club 121131141 Vice President
141, Quill and Scroll 121131141, Mixed Chorus 121, Chieftain
121131141 Assistant Editor 141, Dance Concert 121131141,
N.A. U. Publications Workshop 131 Optimist Youth Appreci-..
ation Award 141, Christmas Assembly 131.
BUCKMISTER, DOUGLAS Elections 121, D.E.C.A. 131
Vice-President131, Apaches Football 131.
BUEKER, DAVID German Club 131.
BUEKER, KATHLEEN Girls' League.
BUNTIN, LINDA G.A.A. 121131 Treasurer 131, Dance Club
121131141, Warriorettes 131141 Captain 141, Dance Concert
121131, Pow Wow 141.
BURIAN, THOMAS Transferred from Ferndale High School,
Ferndale, Michigan. Ski Club F. H. S., Varsity Track 121131,
F. H. S. , Varsity Band 121131 F. HIS. , Varsity Orchestra 131
F. H. S.
BURNHAM, ROBERT Boys' League.
BURRELL, CINDY Los Sinombres 131, Band 121131141, Girls'
Chorus 121131, Concert Choir 141, Class Play 131, Curtain
Time "6S", 141, Pow Wow 141.
BURROWS, JIM Boys' League.
BUTTON, DON Photo Lab 131141.
BYICE, JACQUELINE Girls' Chorus 121131141.
CAFFALL, ELWYNN Gymnastics J. V. 121, -Varsity 131141.
CALHOUN, KELLY Boys' League. 'A '
CALVERT, VICKI Rallies and Traditions Committee 131141,
Girls' League Council 141, G.A.A,A,141, Wahoo Pahoo
131141, Powwow141. A"
CAMARENA, JESSE Track 121J:"V. , Wrestling 131, Cross
CAMPBELL, I M
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CANNON, lec tt' lub 121131141.
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C , RALPH eague.
OLL, BEVERL ansferred fro Corint 'gh,
nth, Mississi ' '-Hi-Y121131, ep' b 121131,
.H.A. 121131 . , G.A.A. 141, . 141,
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FEL, ROBE So Affairs Commi 141, Lyres
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Band 121131141, Or a 1, Ba C ncil131141.
CASE RO ND .A.A. 131.
CATANO, I Transferred fr oodbridge , Woo -
bridge, w Jersey 131, l ouncil 141 Ra es and
T aditi 141, Interact 141, Class 131141, Poww
41, hoo Pahoo 41 Rallies 141.
N, JANIC rls' agueg
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CHAMBERS M Boys' Lea ue.
HAPPE , TE A.A 1, F.B.L.A.l141.
P , MA ance Club 121131141 .H.A. 141,
W ood Girls ho 1131.
C YST, PAT C ague.
CISTY, NAN Y,Cra Club cr ta 141, Chess Club
141, G.A. . 121, Dance Clu , Po ow121131,
IS . . . , . 121.
U E G A A 121 F A
C , ROSLYN Transferred from Evergreen High School
in ergreen, Colorado, Class Treasurer 131 E. H. S. , Pep
C1 121131 EHS, Reading Seminar 131 EHS, Yearbook Staff
131 EHS, Rallies and Traditions 141, "S" Club 141, French
CLENIENT, Cl-IERYL Advanced Girls' Chorus 141.
CLEVENGER, JUDITH Girls' League.
CLIFT, HAZEL Transferred from Birmingham High School
in Van Nuys, California, Golf 141 BHS, B and 141 BHS.
CLUFF, CONNIE Class Council 121131141, "S" Club 141
Quill and Scroll 131141, G.A. A. 141, Rallies and Traditions
141, Dance Club 121, Girls' Varsity Gymnastics 121131141,
F Na W 121131 Class Pla 21131
CHIEFTAIN staff 131141, Class Play 121131, NaKwaChim 121131.
COGGINS, DEBORAH Transferred from Mesa High School in
Mesa, Arizona, F.T.A. 121MHS.
COKELEY, SUZY D.E.C.A. Vice-President 131, Historical
Reporter 141, Rallies and Traditions 131, Girls' Chorus 131.
COLEMAN, LYNETTE Class Council 121131, Chorus Girls'
121 Westwood Girls' 131, Concert Choir 141.
COLLINSWORTH, JIM V. l.C.A. 141, Certificate of Merit
in Art 131.
COMBS, CHRIS Chorus Westwood Girls' 121131, President 141,
Class Play 131141.
CONNOLLY, BONNIE Chorus Westwood Girls' 131, "The
Crucible" 141, F.T.A. 121, Dance Club131.
CONNOLLY, ROY Electronics Club 141.
CONTRERAS, ROBERT Class Council 141, Spanish Club 141,
Football J.V. 121, Varsity 131141, Baseball J.V. 121, Wrest-
ling J.V. 121, Class Play 131.
COOK, RICHARD Boys' League.
COOPER, JOHN sciehce Club 121131, Chess Club 131, Stage
Band 131, Band J. V. 121 Varsity 131141, Honor Band 131141,
Q chestra 131141.
1 PER, SANDRA V.I.C.A. Secretary 141, l.C.E. 141,
1 s Girls' 131, Choraliers 141.
09 - ' , STEVE Baseball J. V. 121, Varsity 141, Basketball
'AX . Cross Country Varsity 131.
.iii 1 I T ' NT Transferred from Clear Creek High in
A s Texas, Football J. V. 121 C.C. H. , German
1, , afywkgg ' - b121131141, Pow Wow 141.
K 1 s -H-N-X 1- ' t F.T.A. 121131141, Chess Club 141, Chorus
V43 -- 'NX it 1- Westwood Girls' 131, Honor Choh-141.
X-Q, 1 O -- Club 121131141, Football Apaches 131.
X 'E ' ' - I ague Vice-President131, Class Presi-
3,.XX 4 4 . 21, ' 1 s 141, Interact 121131 President 141,
im l s '-by - Q, - 1, Basketball J.V. 121141 Varsity
X ' - J. 31 1 . ay 131, Outstanding Sophomore
XX ' X Model U.N. 131141, Keeper
5 o s. - ' RICLA 41, Mat Ma1d141 Chorus
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+1155-5iY'!'Is. h, Chorus c . 121westwood Girls'
,- - Yee- .-P51--X31. ly 121 SHS, Club Treasurer 121
5 A 1 , 141,
Q "i1 ..:r1i1:. .fx . . 41 F.B.L.A.
if " Jiqllm 42 SJ
o- gi.,.g. hClub121, French Club 121, G.A.A.
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DAY, RAND ctagon Club 121131141 Vice-President 141,
Letterm ub 131141, J. V. Football 121, Varsity Football
131141 seball 121, Varsity Baseball 131141, Class Play
I, JANET Class Play 131, Pow Wow 141, Speech
131, Class Council 121, Varsity Gymnastics 131141,
G ' Chorus 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141.
D TON, SANDRA D.E.C.A. 141, Girls' Chorus 131.
EUTSCHER, DOSS F.F.A.
VEAU, FRANK Photographer 131141.
DEVERS, BILL Boys' League.
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1 EEMASI, ARLA French Club 131141.
DIEPSTRATEN, TED Electronics Club.
DILIAHUNT, BETSY Spanish Club 141, NaKwachim 131,
Pow Wow 141.
DIXON, KEITH Chess Club 121, Stage Band 121131141, Los
Sinombres 131, Pow Wow 141, Class Play 131141, Varsity
Track 121, J. V. Band 121, Varsity Band 131141, Honor Band
141, Pep Band 131141, Boys' Chorus 121, Concert Choir 131,
Honor Choir 141.
DODGE, LINDA Girls' League.
DOHRER, SHARON C.O.E. 141, Wahoo Pahoo131.
DONALD, DOUGLAS German Club 121131141 President 141,
Masque and Dagger 131141 Historian 141, Honor Society
131141 Vice -President 141, J.V. Track 121, Varsity Track 131,
Cross Country 121131, Singing Warriors 121, Concert Choir 131,
Los Sinombres 131, Honor Choir 141, "Western Star" 121,
"School for Scandal" 131, "Our Town" 131, "The Crucible"
141, Class Play 131.
DREW, ARTHUR Boys' League.
DURHAM, CONNIE French Club 131, F.T.A. 121, F. F.A.
141, Dance Club 121, Varsity Band 121, Representative 131,
Orchestra 141, Representative 141.
DUTCHER, SUE Tennis 131141, Most Improved Player,
EATON, JIM F. F.A. 131141, Vice President 141, Football J. V.
121, Track 121,F.F.A. Star Greenhand, Farm Safety Award.
ECKHARDT, MONTE Boys' League.
EDMOND, JAMES Varsity Football 141, Varsity Track 131.
EDWARDS, PAUL Gymnastics 121131.
EGAN, PATRICK Latin Club 131141 Treasurer 131, Chorus
J. V. 121.
ELGAS, SUSAN Pow Wow 141, NaKwachim 131.
ELLSWORTH, KELLER F.F.A. 121131, Football J.V. 121131,
Varsity 141, Track J. V. 121, Varsity 131.
ESPINOZA, ALVINA D.E.C.A. 131141, Jr. Achievement
Treasurer 131, President 141, Band J. V. 121131.
EVANS, KAREN G.A.A. 121, Curtain Time "68" 141.
FARMER, JILL French Club 121131141, Mixed Chorus 131,
Chorus Ensemble 131.
FEHRENKAMP, CAROL F.F.A. 121, Sweetheart Attendent
FIGUEROA, BOB Leo Club, Treasurer 141, Spanish Club 141,
Crafts Club 131, Football J.V. 121, Apache 131, Track J.V.
121131, Varsity 141, Gymnastics J. V. 121, Class Play 131,
Pow Wow 141.
FIGUEROA, CAROL Rallies and Traditions 141, Class Coun-
cil 141, G.A.A. 141, Swimming Varsity at Rosebank Convent
South Africa 131, Outstanding Senior Swimmer 131 RCSA,
Gymnastics Varsity 131141, Pow Wow 141, Wahu Pahu 121141,
FISHER, CHARLES Trnasferred from Globe High School in
Globe, Arizona, Chemistry Club 131, D.E.C.A. 141, Track
Varsity 121131 GHS, Band Varsity 121131 GHS 141, King of
Saturnalia Festivities 121 GHS.
FISHER, GEORGANNA Girls' league.
FLACK, FRANCES Chorus Westwood Girls' 131141.
FLAKE, NEDRA Chorus Girls' 121131, Concert Choir 141.
FLANAGAIN, JACK Transferred from Paschal High School
in Ft. Worth, Texas, Football Varsity 121 PHS, Boxing
Varsity 121131141 PHS, President of Marquis Charity Club
and High School Fraternity 121131 PHS.
FLICK, JIM Boys' League.
FLOWERS, EDDY Transferred from Dixie Hollins High School,
St. Petersburg Florida. Varsity Football DHHS.
FLOWERS, IZ ZANDRA Spanish Club 131141 Social Director
131141, G.A.A. 121131, F.F.A. 141, Bowling Club 121, Jr.
FLUHR, ELIZABETH G.A.A. 141 President 141, Crafts Club
141, Girls Gymnastics 131141.
FORAN, JIM Chess Club 13X41 President 131, l.ettermen's
Club 141, Quill and Scroll 141 J.V. Track 121, Varsity
Track 131141, Cross Country 121131141, Chieftain 131141,
National Merit Commendation 141, Mesa Tribune Sports
FORD, RIC Gymnastics 121131141, Special Art Award 131,
Pow Wow 141, Wahoo Pahoo 131.
FOREE, KAREN Transferred from Pumiam City High School,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Spanish Club 121 PCHS, Spanish
Club 131, Girls League Council 141, Senior Party Director
141, Girls Chorus 121 PCHS, Class Play 131, Pep Club 121
PCHS, Pow Wow 131141, NaKwachim 131.
FORSYTHE, ROBERT Chess Club 121 Vice -President, Key
Club 121, Varsity Tennis 121131141, Tennis Award.
FRANKS, DEBBIE Crafts Club 141.
FRANKS, CHARLES Boys' league.
FRAUN, CHERYL Girls' Chorus 141.
FREDRICKSON, TERRI Crafts Award 131.
FRICKE, BARBARA German Club 121131, F.T.A. 121131,
Historian 131, Cultural Affairs Committee 131, Social Affairs
FRY, SI-IEENA Los Sinombres 121131, Secretary 131, "S"
Club 131141, Masque and Dagger 141, Social Affairs Commit-
tee 121, Chorus Advanced Girls' 121, Concert Choir 131141,
Honor Choir 141, President, Arizona All-State Chorus 121131,
State Solo and Ensemble Festival 131, Class Play 131.
FRYCEK, NANCY Transferred from Holbrook High School
in Holbrook, Arizona, Pep Club 121 HHS, Cheerleader J. V.
FUI-IR, NORMA "S" Club 131141, Quill and Scroll Vice-
President 131, Gymnastics Varsity 121131141, Cheerleader
J. V. 121, Varsity 131141, Chorus Westword Girls' 121131,
Concert Choir 141, N.A. U. JoLu'nalism Workshop 131,
Chieftain Staff 131141, Class Plays 121131141, PowWow 131141,
Wahu Pahu 131, Homecoming Queen 141.
FULLER, DARYL Boys' League.
FULWILDER, SPENCER Football J. V. 121.
GADBERRY, ROBERT Tennis J.V. 121, Varsity 131141,
Octagon Club 131141, Boys' League Council 121131141.
GALVAN, RAY Spanish Club 141, Basketball J.V. 121.
GARDENER, EDD Class Council 141, Interact Club 131141,
French Club 141, Lettermen's Club 141, Basketball Varsity
121131, Track Varsity 121131, Pow Wow 131, NaKwachim 131.
GARTHE, PHIL Boys' League.
GARRETT, BRENT Boy's League.
GAYTON, LEVI Track Varsity 131.
GEARY, PATRICIA Girls' Chorus 121.
GIBBONS, NIKKI G.A.A. 121131, F.T.A. 131141, German
GIDEON, ALAN Transferred from Roswell High School in
Roswe11,New Mexico, and Del Norte High School in
Albuquerque, New Mexico, French Club 131 DNHS, Electron-
ics Club 141, Inter-School Council 121 RHS, National Honor
GIFFORD, RALPH F. F.A. 121131141, Football J.V. 121,
Varsity 131, Concert Choir.131.
GILITIUK, RANDY Electronics Club Vice President 141,
Temiis J. V. 121, Varsity 131141, Class 'Play 131, Pow Wow
Wahu Pahu 1 1.
GILLIES, RICHARD Gymnastics J.V. 121, Varsity 131.
GIROUX, JACK Class Council 121141, Octagon Club 131141,
Football J. V. 121, Varsity 131141, Baseball J. V. 121131
Varsity 141, Class Play 121131141.
GODFREY, KAREN Committees Publicity 121, Social Affairs
141, Class Council 121 lnterclub Cotmcil 131, Crafts Club
131141, President 141, "S" Club 141, Class Play 121131141.
GOETTL, KATI-ll "S" Club 131141, G.A.A. 121, Chorus
Advanced Girls' 121, Westwood Girls' 131, Honor Choir 141,
Class Play 131.
GOODMAN, FRED Rifle Club 121, German Club 131.
GOODMAN, JIM Interact Club 141, Special Services Com-
mittee 131141, Football J.V. 121, Apaches 131, Varsity 141,
Baseball J.V. 121, Varsity 131141.
GOMEZ, BECKI Dance Concert 121131.
GONZALES, DLANE D.E.C.A. 13X41, Girls' Chorus 121.
GOTTSCHALK, STEVE Boys' League.
GOWDY, BERNARD Lettermen's Club 141, Basketball J. V.
121, Varsity 131141, Track J.V. 121131.
GRACE, DON Stage Band 121 Secretary Treasurer 131141,
Leo Club 141, Band Varsity 121131141, Honor Band 131141,
GRAY, DALE Boys' League.
GRAY, MARK Baseball Varsity 131141.
GREEN, JOSEPH V. I.C.A. 141.
GREEN, JUDY Rallies and Traditions 131, Latin Club 121,
C.O.E. 131, Girls' Chorus 131 Mixed 121.
GREEN, DENNIS Transferred from Apache Junction High
School in Apache Junction, Arizona, Lettermen's Club 121
AJHS, Football Varsity 121, Varsity 141, Track J.V. 121
GREENWOOD, JUDY Transferred from Mesa High School in
Mesa, Arizona, Class Secretary 121, Art Director 121,
F.H.A. Vice President, 121, G.A.A. Treasurer 121, Mixed
Honor Choir 121, "Oliver" 121, Homemaking Award 121,
All activities MHS.
GRUNER, KATHY Quill and Scroll 141, "Western Star" 121,
"Our Town" 131, TOYAH Editor 131.
GUERRERO, YOLANDA Trnasferred from Mesa High School
in Mesa, Arizona, F. T.A. MHS 121, Spanish Club 121 MI-IS
Spanish Club 131141, Chorus Advanced Girls' 121 MHS,
Westwood Girls' 13X41.
HALEY, JIM Transferred from Clover Park High School in
Tacoma, Washington, Boys' Club Vice President 131 CPHS,
Class Council 121 CPHS, Basketball J. V. CPHS 121, Track
Varsity 121131, CPHS, Cross Country 121 CPHS, Pow Wow
141, Class Play 141, Rallies and Traditions Committee 141.
HALL, GLENN Boys' League.
HALLSTROM, DAVID Boys' League.
HAMILTON,JAN'E Citizenship Director 131, Girls' League
Council 141, F.T.A. 121, "S" Club 141, Los Sinombres
121131, Masque and Dagger 121, Vice President 131, Secre-
tary 141, Chorus Advanced Girls' 121, Concert Choir 131,
Honor Choir 141, N.A. U. Music Camp Scholarship 121131,
All-State Mixed Choir 121131141, Delegate to State Student
Council Convention 131.
I-IAMM, MARILYN French Club 131, President 141.
HANAWALT, PAM Girls' League.
HANCOCK, RANDY Transferred from Mesa High School in
Mesa, Arizona, Spanish Club 121 MHS, Lettermen's Club
121 MHS, Masque and Dagger 141, Cross Country Varsity 121
MHS, Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141, Accapella 121
MHS, Class Play 121 MHS, "Oklahoma" 121 MHS, Class
Play 131, "School for Scandal" 131, "The Crucible" 141.
I-IANKS, DENNIS F.F.A. 121131141.
HARRINGTON, SANDRA "The Crucible" prop staff 141.
HARRISON, DELLA Pimapa Club 121131141.
HARRY, JANETTE Los Sinombres121, F.H.E. 121, French
Club 121131, F.H.A. 131, G.A.A. 141, Mat Maids 141,
Junior Acievement 141, Chorus Advanced Girls' 121.
HARRY, TINA G.A.A. 141.
HARVEY, HARRIETT Girls' League.
HAWKINS, ROYCE Transferred from Crab Orchard High
School in Crab Orchard, Kentucky, Advanced Chorus 121131.
HEES, DEBBIE Los Sinombres 121, Chorus Westwood Girls' 121,
Concert Choir 131, Honor Choir 141, Class Play 131141.
I-IELTON, BRENDA Dance Club 131, French Club 131, G.A.A.
141, Gymnastics Varsity 121131141, Class Play 131, Wahu
Pahu 121, NaKwachim 121131.
HEMESATI-I, BETSY C.O.E. 141, Dance Concert 121131.
HENDERSON, STORM Crafts Club 131, Rallies and Tradi-
tions 141, Gymnastics 121, Varsity Cheerleader 131141.
HENDRICKSON, MARY ELLEN Girls Chorus 131, Concert
HENDRIX, ROD Lettermen's Club 121131141, J. V. Basketball
121, Varsity Swimming 121131141, Concert Choir 131141
President 141, Honor Choir 141.
HENSHALL, CATHY Cultural Affairs Director 141, Masque
and Dagger 141, Dance Club 121, National Honor Society
131141, "Sout.h Pacific" 121, Girls Chorus 131, Honor Choir
141, Varsity Orchestra 121131 Concert-Mistress 131, All-State
Orchestra 121131, Class Play 121131, "The Crucible" 141,
"Westem Star" 121, N.E.D. T. Certificate 121, Kiwanis
Honor Banquet 141, State Solo and Ensemble Festival Gold
Medal 121131, Music Camp Scholarship 121, Mesa Music
Guild Scholarship 131141.
HETCI-ILER, MARTY G.A.A. 121, F.F.A. 121.
HIGGINS, MARGARET Orchestra 121131141 President 141.
HIGLEY, MARILYN Girls League.
HILLAN, FRANK J.V. Football 121, Varsity 131141, J.V.
Track 121, Varsity Track 131141, Lettermans Club 141.
HILKER, CONRAD Crafts Club 131, Class Council 131, J.V.
HINES, STEVEN Football Manager 121131, Wrestling 121131.
HIRSTIUS, KATHLEEN Girls League.
HOGUE, GREGORY Leo Club 141 Secretary.
HOGUE, STU Lettermans Club 131141, Octagon Club 121131141
President 141, Boys League Council 131141, Elections Com-
mittee 131, Class Council 131, J. V. Football 121, Varsity
Football 131141, J. V. Basketball 121, Varsity Basketball 131,
Class Play 121131141.
HOLBROOK, ROY Band J. V. 131, Varsity 141.
HOLLAND, MARK Transferred from Estherville High School,
Estherville, Iowa. Art Club 131, Class Party Committees
131141, Home Coming Float 121 EHS, J. V. Golf 121 EHS,
Class Play 121 EHS, School Paper 131 EHS.
HOLLOWAY, ANN C. O. E. 141.
HOM, RICHARD Citizenship Committee 121, Stage Band
121131141, Varsity Track 121131141, Varsity Band 121131141,
Anytown Delegate 131.
HOPPER, FRANCES G.A.A. 121, Spanish Club 121.
HORN, JAN "S" Club 131141, Organizations 131, J.V. Tennis
121, War Chant 131141 Editor 141, Class Play 121131141, Pow
Wow 121131141, NaKwachim 121131141, Wahoo Pahoo 121131141.
HOUSER, CHRIS Organizations 131, Rallies and Traditions
141, "S" Club 131141, "The Crucible" 141, Class Play121131141
Chieftan131141, N. E. D. T. Award, NaKwachim 121131141,
Pow Wow 121131141.
HOWARD, LILA G.A.A. 131, Girls Gymnastics 131.
HUBER, DARRELL J. V. Football 121, Apaches 131, J.V.
Track 121131, Varsity Track 141.
HUERTA, VIRGINIA Girls League.
HUFFAKER, STEVE Student Body President 141, Octagon
Club 121131141, Class Council 121131, J.V. Football 121,
Varsity Football 131141, J. V. Basketball 121, J.V. Baseball 121
I-IUISH, STEVEN Letter-mans Club 141, J.V. Football 121,
Varsity Football 13X41, J. V. Basketball 121.
HUMMER, CLIFF leo Club 131141, F.T.A. 141.
HUNSAKER, KATH'Y "S" Club 131141, Class Council 131,
"The Crucible" 141, Class Play 121131141, Pow Wow 131141,
Wahoo Pahoo 121, NaKwachim 121.
HUTZEL, JANET Latin Club 131, Quill and Scroll 141 Presi-
dent 141, Class Council 121141, Chieftain 131141, N.A.U.
Publications Workshop 131.
IKEDA, STEVE Stage Band 121131141 Vice President 131,
Chess Club, Track J.V. 121 Varsity 131141, Band Varsity
121131141 Honor Band 131141, Orchestra 121131141.
INGALLS, BURT Chorus Prep 121 Concert Choir 131141.
ISAACS, CAROLYNN Dance Club 131, Dance Concert 131,
Ch.ristmas Assembly 131, Jr. Assembly 131.
ISLEY, MARILYN Rallies and Traditions Director 141, Elec-
tions Committee 121, Rallies and Traditions 131, Class Coun-
cil 131, Student Council 141, German Club 131, "S" Club 141,
Tennis J.V. 121, Clas Play 131, Swim Maids 131141.
ISLEY, PAT Girls' League.
JACKSON, DANNY Track J. V., 121, Varsity 131141.
JACKSON, DWIGHT Wrestling J. V. 121, Varsity 131.
JACKSON, GARY Football J.V. 121, Apache 131.
JARVIS, RANDY Interact Club 141, Iettermen's Club 141,
Football J. V. 121 Apache 131, Wrestling J. V. 121 Varsity
131141, Swimming J.V. 121 Varsity 131141, Mascot: Indians
JEFFERSON, CURTIS RAY Football Apache 131 Varsity 141,
Track Varsity 141, Wrestling Varsity 141, Chorus 121.
JENNINGS, DEBBIE Dance Club 121131141, French Club 141,
Girls Gymnastics 121131141, Warriorettes 131141, Chorus Ad-
vanced Girls' 121, Westwood Girls' 131, Pow Wow 121141,
NaKawachim 131, Class Plays 121131141,
JINIENEZ , ERNEST C. Photography 121131.
JOHANNSON, CANDY F. T.A. Club 131141, Quill and Scroll
141, Choraliers Chorus 141, War Chant 131141.
JOHNSON, ALANA Girls' League.
JOHNSON, ALICE Transferred: Del Campo High, California,
Class Officer 131 DCHS, Chieftain Staff 141.
JOHNSON, BRIAN Gymnastics Varsity 121131 Choraliers
Chorus 141, Class Plays 131.
JOHNSON, DEBORAH Class Council 121, Girls' League
131141, Class Plays 121131141, Christmas Assembly 131.
JOHNSON, GAIL Westwood Girls Chorus Vice Pres. 141.
JOHNSON, JOHNNY Boys' League.
JOHNSON, PETER Chess Club Secretary 121, President 141,
Dance Band Club, Band J. V. 121, Pep 141, Varsity 141.
JOHNSON, JOYCE Westwood Girls' Chorus 121, Prep Chorus
131, G.A.A. 121.
JOHNSON, REBECCA Transferred from Morgantown High
School, Morgantown, West Virginia. Speech Club 141, Jun-
ior Productlon 131.
JOHNSON, ROBERT Transferred from Jefferson High School
SangAntonio, Texas. Band 121131JHS, 141, Chess Club 141.
JONES, FRANCES J. V. Track 121, Varsity Track 141.
JONES, KENNETH Rifle Club 121131141.
JONES, LES Band J.V. 121.
JONES, LINDA KAY G.A.A. 121131, Mat-Maid141.
JONES, LINDA Girls' Chorus 121, Westwood Girls 131.
JONES,SUSANG.A.A. 131141, F.H.A. 121, Horse Club 131141,
DECA Club 141, Crafts Club 131.
JUAN, DARAYNE Pimapa Club 121131141, Pimapa Club Pres.
131, G.A.A. 141.
KARR, MARILYN Student Body Corresponding Secretary-
Treasurer 141, Elections Committee 131, "S" Club 131141,
Vice President 131, Chieftain Staff 131141, NAU Publications
Workshop 141, Girls State 131, Class Plays 121131141, AASC
KARSEBOOM, SUE Transferred from Sparta High, Sparta,
Michigan 141, Class Assistant Treasurer 121 SHS, Spanish
Club 121131 SHS, Spanish Club 141, FTA 121131 SHS, Spanish
KARTCI-INER, DEBBY G.A.A. 121131141, F.H.A. 141, Class
Play 131, Nakawachim 121131.
KELLER, ROBERT Transferred from Essex Commtmity School,
Essex, Iowa 141, Varsity Football 121131, ECS, Basket-
ball J.V. 121, Varsity 131 ECS, Varsity Track 131 ECS.
KELLEY, LYNN F.H.E. 121, F.B.L.A. 141.
KELLEY, WILLIAM Varsity Band 141, I.C. E. 141.
KERR, SUSAN Christmas Hall Decorations 141, Student
Council 121, A. F. S. Family Sponsor 141, Girls' League
Council 121131141, Crafts Club 141, "S" Club 141, German
KIELY, JEFF Iettermen's Club 141, Interact Club 141, Basket-
ball J.V. 121 Varsity 131141, Varsity Golf 131141, J.V. Tennis
121, A. F.A. Student 141, Student of the Month for Septem-
ber 141, Rotarian of the Month for October 141, Youth Sen-
ate Program 141, Westwood's Sports Writer for the Mesa
KILL, STAN J. V. Track 121, Boys' League 121131141.
KLEIN, JOHN War Chant Staff 141.
KOHLER, JOE Transferred from Cherry Hill High, New
Jersey 131, Octagon Club 141, Varsity Football 141,. V. Base-
ball 121CHHS, Wrestling J.V. 121CHl-IS, J.V. 131, Varsity
KOKANOVICH, JON Octagon Club 121131141 Secretary 141,
German Club 131, J.V. Wrestling 121, Swimming Manager
131141, J.V. Tennis 121, Class Plays 141, Tohyah141, West-
wood Sports Writer for the Mesa Tribune 131141.
KRASOWSKI, BARRY Boys' League 121131141.
KROEGER, GARY Junior Achievement Club 141.
KUKULIES, RICK Electronics Club 1311411 President 141,
Science Club 131.
KUSEK, GERI Transferred from Mesa High, Mesa, Arizona,
Dance Club 121131, MHS, Dance Club 141, "The Crucible"
LAASCH, CYNTHIA G.A.A. 121 Secretary 131, Dance Club
131, "S" Club 141, VICA 141, Warriorettes131, Christmas
Assembly 131, Dance concert 131, Pep Rallies 131.
LALIBERTE, DEBBIE Dance Club 121, Mixed Chorus 131.
LAMOREAUX, DONALD Boys' League.
LAMPHERE, RICHARD Electronics Club 141, Track J. V. 121,
LANFORD, SUZIE J.A. Vice President Sales 141, Dance Club
141, Senior Class Council 141, Class Play 131, Christmas
LAWTON, HOWARD Christmas Prom Committee 131, Ger-
man Club 121, Track J. V. 121.
LEAF, KRISTIN French Club 121131141, Dance Club 121,
Tennis J. V. 131, Varsity 141, Class plays 121131141.
LESUEUR, CHARLES Singing Warriors 121131, Class Plays
131, Pow Wow 141, Powder Puff Game 131.
LEWIS, CURT Electronics Club 121, Rifle Club 121.
LEWIS, LINDA Girls' League.
LENHART, CHARLES Electronics Club 131.
LILIO, STEVE Track J.V. 121, Varsity 131141, Cross Country
121, Varsity 131141.
LINGUANA, KRIS Class Council 131141, Gymnastics 121131,
Mixed Chorus 121, Choraliers 141, War Chant 141, Chieftain
141, Battle of the Bands 121131, Sophomore dance 131.
LINT, KRISTINE l.C.E. 141, VICA141, Make-up Committee
and Lights 141.
LITTLE, M.C. Transferred from Ie Fiore High School in
Etta Benz, Miss. Science Club 121131 LFHS, Football LFHS,
J. V. 121, Varsity 131, Basketball LFHS J.V. 121, Varsity 121,
LFHS, Class Play 121, LFHS.
LISONBEE, RUSSEL Track Varsity 131141, Honor Choir 141,
"The Crucible" 141.
LIVINGSTON, DORIS Girls Chorus 121, Westwood Girls 131,
Concert Choir 141, Publications Workshop 141, War Chant
141, Anvt0wn141, G-A-A 12x31-
LOPEZ, MANUEL Football J. V. 121, Varsity 141, Track J. V.
121, Wrestling J.V. 121.
LOPRESTI, LYNN Publicity Director 121, Publicity Committee
141, Class Council 131, Spanish Club 131, "S" Club 141,
War'riorettes141, Girls' State 141, Pow Wow 121131141, Class
Play 121131141, Mat Maid 141, NaKwachim 121141.
LOQUIDIS, LAURI Girls' League.
LOUIE, JEFF Chess Club 121131, Leo Club 141.
LYNDE, CAROL Cultural Affairs Committee 141, German
Club 121131141, Quill and Scroll Treasurer 141, Masque and
Dagger 141, "School for Scandal" 131, Class Plays 131141,
Christmas Assembly 131, "The Crucible" Stage Crew 141,
"Bye, Bye Birdie" 141, "Guys and Dolls" 141, Homecoming
Assembly 141, WAR CI-IANT 131141, Pow Wow 131141,
LYNN, ALAN Transferred from Holbrook High School,
Holbrook, Arizona, Football J. V. 121 HHS.
MacDONALD, MARY Spanish Club 131, President 141, Pow
Wow 141, NaKwachim 121131141.
MACE, SPENCER J. V. Football 131, Mixed Chorus 131.
MACIAS, LILY Spanish Club 141.
MADSEN, JARED Interact 141, Lettermans 141, Varsity Foot-
MAKIL, IVAN Stage Band Club 121131141, Gymnastics 121,
Varsity Band 121131141, Honor Band 131141, Orchestra 131141,
Class Play 131, Pow Wow 141.
MALHERBE, CHARLES D.E.C.A. 131141, Bowling Club 121,
Gun Club 131, Gymnastics 121.
MALECHA, STEVEN Transferred from New Prague High
School, Prague, Michigan. Electronics Club 121, J.V.
Basketball NPHS, J. V. Wrestling 121 NPHS.
MARISCAL, ROSALIE Spanish Club 141, French Club 141.
MARTINEAU, KATHLEEN V. I.C.A. 141 President 141.
MARTINEZ, CARMEN Pimapa Club 131 Vice -President 131.
MARTINEZ, HECTOR J. V. Wrestling 121, Varsity Wrestling
131141, Lettermans Club 141, Spanish Club 141.
MASON, STEVE Boys League.
MASSEY, DAVID Latin Club 121, Tohyah 141.
MATI-IENA, LEESA Girls League.
MATHENY, JO LYNN Transferred from Lord Beaverbrook
High School, Calvary, Alberta, Canada. Pep Club LBHS,
Special Services 131, Basketball 131 LBHS, J.V. Track 121
LBHS, Swimming 131 LBHS, J.V. Gymnastics 121 LBHS,
J. V. Cheerleader 121 LBHS, Concert Choir 141, Music
MATHIS, RICH J. V. Swimming 121131.
MATTHEWS, SHERLINE F.H.E. 121, G.A.A. 131141, Mat
MATTINGLY, SUE Dance Club 131.
MATTISON, MARJIE Girls league.
MAYNE, DOUGLAS Chieftain 131.
McANLIS, SHIRLEY G.A.A. 141, Pimapa Club 141, Girls
League Council 131141.
MCCLELLAND, DEBBIE G.A.A. 121131, Dance Club 131,
Girls Chorus 141, Prep Chorus 121.
McCULLOUGH, LINDA F. H.A. 131141, Quill and Scroll 141,
Secretary 441, War Chant 441, Class Play 441, Senior Varie-
MCCRACKEN, ROGER Boys League.
MCCULLA, DUSTY Lettermans Club 421431441, J.V. Football
421, Varsity Football 431441.
McCULLA, RUSTY J.V. Football 421, Apaches 431, Varsity
MCCUMSEY, KATHIE Mixed Chorus 421431441.
MCDERMOTT, BARBARA Junior Achievement 441.
MCDONNELL, TIM Boys League.
McDOWELL, ELLEN orchestra 421431, Latin ciub 421, F.N.A.
MCGRAW, CHERYL s0Cia1Affaii-5441, F.1-LA. 441, G.A.A.
MCINTYRE, PATRICIA French Club 421431, F.H. E. 421.
McKAY, JOAN F. T.A. 421431 Treasurer 431, Girls Chorus
421431, Honor Choir 441, Orchestra 421431441 Vice -President
441, "South Pacific" 421.
MCKINNEY, SANDY Girls League.
MCLAIN, BRENDA Girls League.
MCLAUGHLIN, JIM Boys League Secretary 441, F. F.A. 431,
Interact 431441, J.V. Baseball 421, J.V. Basketball 421,
Varsity Basketball 431441.
MCQUATE, VICTORIA J. V. Tennis 421, Varsity Tennis
MCQUOWN, CAREY Boys League.
MCRORIE, SUE G.A.A. 421, Tennis 431441.
MEAD, TRACY Latin Club 431, Crafts Club 441, Varsity
Football 441, Basketball 421, J.V. Track 421431, Class Play
431, Tohyah 441.
MEINECKE, GRANT Boys League.
MEISGEIER, JOYCE Spanish Club 421, Crafts Club 441, Class
MELANDER, DAVID J. V. Band 421431.
MELCHER, DAVE sing Warriors 421, Mixed choi-tis 431, con-
cert Choir 441.
MENDOZA, RONNIE J. V. Football 421, Apaches 431, Var-
sity Football 441, Singing Warriors 421441, Mixed Chorus 431,
Class Play 421431.
MICHAEL, RONNIIE Boys League.
MILANO, MILA Elections 431, Cultural Affairs 421, Girls
Chorus 421431, Chieftain 431441.
MILES, MARRIETTA Girls Chorus 431, Mixed Chorus 421.
MILES, ROBERT Chess Club 421, Boys League Council 441,
J. V. Tennis 421, Varsity 431441, Class Play 431441, Tohyah,
Tribune Sports Writer.
MILLER, JOHN J. V. Baseball 431, Spanish Club 431, J. V.
Baseball 431, Concert Choir 431, Boys Chorus 441.
MILLER, PATRICIA Transferred from Chandler High School,
Chandler, Arizona. F. T.A. 421 Secretary 421 CHS, Girls
League 421 CHS, Girls League Council 431441, German Club
431, D.E.C.A. 441.
MILLER, SHIRLEY French Club 431, Spanish Club 441,
MILLET, DARRYL Chess Club 431.
MILLET, LESLI Crafts Club 441.
MIRANDA, JORGE Leo Club 441 President 441, Lettermans
Club 431441, Class Council 441, J.V. Football 421, Varsity
MOON, DLANE F.N.A. 421.
MOORE, BRENDA Girls League.
MOORE, LARRY Boys League.
MORRIS, KATHLEEN German Club 421, F. T.A. 421431441
Secretary 431 Vice -President 441, Varsity Band 421431441.
MORRIS, MORRIS Transferred from South Mountain High
School, Phoenix, Arizona. Y.E.S. 421SMHS, J.V. Football
421 SMHS, J.V. Baseball 421 SMHS, Varsity Football 441
SMHS, Concert Choir 441 SMHS, Auto Award 431 SMHS.
MORRISON, STEVE Electronics Club Secretary-Treasurer
441, French Club 431441, Chess Club 431441, Tennis Varsity
lvlOTES, LARRY Boys' League.
MOTTINGER, LINDA Koki-Twankas Secretary 441.
MOWER, DICK Boys' League.
MULLINS, MIKE Football Apache 431, Baseball J.V. 421
MUNK, CHRISTINE Girls' Varsity Gymnastics 421431, Pow
Wow 431, Class Play 431, Wahu Pahu 431.
MURDOCK, MONETA Dance Club 431, Girls' Varsity Gym-
nastics 431, Warrioiettes 431441, Chorus Girls' 421 Concert
MUSACCHIO, ANDREW Boys' League.
NAVARRETE, ALICE Spanish Club 431441.
NAYLOR, KATI-IE Class Play 431, Pow Wow 441, Maryvale
NEEL, PATTY Dance Club 421, Girls' Gymnastics 421431,
Class Play 421441, Talent Show 421, Honor Banquet 441.
NEELY, GA RY Tohyah Art Editor 441.
NESBITT, DEBORAH Citizenship Committee 421, Class
Councils 431441, National Honor Society 431441, Secretary
441, Dance Club 421431441, Girls' Gymnastics 421431, Warrior-
ettes 431441, Girls' State delegate, Class Play 421431441.
NEVERDAI-IL, Bruce Boys' League.
NICHOLS, JAY Bowling Club 421, Varsity Golf 421431441,
J.V. Band 431.
NIELSON, KARLA Student Body Recording Secretary 441,
Homecoming Chairman 441, Publicity Committee 421, Class
Councils 421431, Student Council 441, "S" Club 431441,
G.A.A. 421, Tennis 421431 J.V., Class Plays 421431441,
Wahu Pahu 421431441, NaKawachim 421431441.
NITZEL, PAT German Club 421431, Vocation Industrial Clubs
of America Local Treasurer 441, "Our Town", "Western
NOBLE, NANCI Spanish Club 421, Concert Girls' Chorus 431.
O'BANNER, DORSEY Football J. V. 421 Apache 431 Varsity
441, Track J.V. 421 Varsity 431441.
OBERSHAW, IRIS F.T.A. 421, Vice-President 431, G.A.A.
431, Dance Club 441, Chorus Advanced Girls' 421 Concert
Choir 431 Vice-President 441, Class Play 431441, "The
Crucible" 441, Senior Honor Banquet 441.
O'DONNAL, MELVIN Class Council 431, Citizenship 431,
Cultural Affairs 441, Masque and Dagger 431 President 441,
Varsity Band 421431441, Honor 421431441, Singing Warriors 421,
Concert Choir 431, Honor Choir 441 Vice-President 441,
Orchestra 421431441, Class Play 431, "South Pacific" 421, "The
Crucible" 4341, "Bye Bye Birdie 441, All State Choir 431441,
Anytown4 1, N.A.U. Music Camp Scholarship 421431,
N.A. U. Senior Award 441, Outstanding Westwood L. D. S.
Seminary Boy 431, L. D. S. Central Arizona Dis1J'ict Senior
President 441, Homecoming Assembly 431, Senior Pep Band
ORR, PATTY Girls' League.
ORTEGA, ALEX Leo Club 441, Football Apache 431, Baseball
J.V. 421431, Class Play 431, Pow Wow 431441.
ORTIZ, ANNA MARIE Spanish Club 431, G.A.A. 431.
ORTLUND, ROBERT Varsity Band 421431441.
OZMENT, LOREN Boys' League.
PACE, MONICA C.O.E. 441, Nakawachum 431, Wahu
PADILLA, ALFANO Track Varsity 421431441, Cross Country
421431441, Lettermen's Club 431441, Senior Spotlight 441.
PALMER, NELSON Boys' League.
PARKER, BRAD Class President 441, Octagon Club 421,
Vice President 431, Sargent of Arms 441, Lettermen's Club
431441, Homecoming Committee 441, Football J.V. 421
Varsity 431441, Track J. V. 431 Varsity 441, Wrestling J. V.
421431, Class Play 431.
PARKER, J.C. , Boys' League.
PATRICK, SHARON G.A.A. 421431441, "S" Club 441,
Advanced Girls' Chorus 431441.
PAVICH, MICHAEL Football J.V. 421, Apache 431, Track
J. V. 421.
PAYNE, LARRY Transferred from Groton High School in
Groton, New York, Student Body Treasurer 441 GHS, Class
Council 431 GHS, Interact Vice-President 431 GHS, Football
J.V. 421, Wrestling J.V. 421 GHS.
PELL, TERRI "Curtain Time 68" 441, Class Play 431, Pow
PENA, MARIA Transferred from Mayer High School in
Mayer, Arizona Cheerleader Varsity 431 MHS.
PENA, YOLANDA F.T.A. 421431441, G.A.A. 441.
PEPPER, JOHN Track J.V. 421, Chorus Mixed 421431, Con-
cert Choir 441.
PENROD, CRAIG Boys' League Vice -President 441, Council
431, Octagon Club 431441, French Club 441, Lettermen's
Club 431441, Tennis J.V. 421, Varsity 431441, Pow Wow 441,
Wahu Pahu 431.
PERKINS, DAVID Track Varsity 421431441.
PERKINS, KAREN Class Council 431, Dance Club 421431,
Quill and Scroll 431441, "S" Club 441, G.A.A. 441, Girls'
Varsity Gymnastics 431441, Wahu Pahu 441, Pow Wow 431441,
Nakawachum 431441, Class Plays 421431441, "Western Star"
421, N.A.U. Publications Workshop 431, CHIEFTAIN Staff
421431, Senior Editor 441.
PERKINS, PAT Football J. V. 421 Apache 431, Track J. V.
21 Wrestling 421.
PETERSEN, PAULA Transferred from Ft. Collins High School
in Ft. Collins, Colorado to Snowflake High in Snowflake,
Arizona, G.A.A. 421FCHS, 431441, F.T.A. 431, Dance
Club 441, Spanish Club 421 FCHS, Girls' Varsity Gymnastics
431441, Band Varsity S. H. 421, Pow Wow 441.
PETERSON, SCOTT Football Apache 431, Golf Varsity 431.
PETTY, DEAN Band Varsity 421431441, Orchestra 441.
PFAFF, DORE Boys' League.
PHELPS, SCOTT Social Affairs 441, Lyres Club 441, Varsity
Band 421431441, Drum Major 441, Honor Band 431441, Orches-
tra 441, Band Council 441.
PHELPS, ROSEANN F. H.A. 441, Concert Choir 421.
PLATT, STEVE Boys' League.
POMEROY, ROLLIE Class Council 431, Class Play 431.
PORTER, SANDRA Girls' League.
POWELL, DONNA F.T.A. 431441, Tennis J.V. 421.
POWER, LYLE Homecoming Committee 441, F. F.A. 421431441
Lettermen's Club 421431441, Octagon Club 421431441, Football
Apache 431 Varsity 441, Track Varsity 42143X41, Class Play
POZAR, JUDITH V. I.C.A. 441.
PRICE, ROGER F. F.A. 431441.
PRICI-IARD, ANN Class Council 121131, German Club 141,
G.A.A. 141, Chorus Advanced Girls' 121, Concert Choir
131141, Class Play 121.
PRINCE, TRISHA Girls' League Council 141, Warriorettes 141.
PULTZ, JIM Electronics Club 141.
RAMSEY, JAMES Speech Club 131, School Paper 141.
RANDALL, DOUG F. F.A. 131.
RANDALL, MIKE V. I. C. A.
RANDON, EVELYN Transferred from Palo Duro High School,
Amarillo Texas. Class Recording Secretary 121, Student
Council 121, Spanish Club 121, F. H.A. 121, Class Council
121 Dragonettes 131, Chorus Carver Choraliers 121, Sophomore
Sweetheart 121, Thespians 121, Modern Dance 121.
REVOIR, LARRY F. F.A. Assistant Representative, Track
RAY, MARLENE F.T.A. 121131141, Chorus 131141, Orchestra
121, Honor Student.
RAY, RHONDA Pimapa Club 121131141, G.A.A. 121131.
REED, JOHN Football J. V. 121 Enterprise High School,
REED, KAYE Transferred from Juniata Valley High School,
Alexandria, Pennsylvania, Student Council Secretary 121131,
Masque and Dagger Club 141, Varsity Cheerleader 131,
Chorus 121, Junior Class Play 131.
REED, SHARON Girls' League.
REEDER, DAVID F.B.L.A. 121, Speech Club 131, Debate
Club 131, Leo Club 141, Chorus Singing Warriors 121, Concert
Choir 131, Honor Club 141, Junior Class Play 131, Newspaper
Staff 141, A.S. U. Summer Debate Camp 131.
REICI-IART, TERESA Dance Club 131.
REXRODE, GARY Boys' League.
RHEIN, DENNIS Track J. V. 121131.
RICHARDSON, NORA R. Transferred From Paradise Valley
High School, Phoenix, Arizona, Quill and Scroll Vice Presi-
dent 141 WHS, Newspaper 121 PVHS, War Chant 13X41 WHS.
RIENA, CAROL Girls' League.
RIVERA, HAROLD Transferred from McClintock High School
Tempe, Arizona. Class Councils 121131, French Club 131,
Safety Club 121131, Science Club 121, Lettermen's Club
121131, Football J.V. 121, Varsity 131, Wrestling Varsity
ROARK, JACKIE Rallies and Traditions Committee, Chess
Club 131, Spanish Club 131, F.N.A. 121.
ROBBINS, PATRICIA Spanish Club 121131, Quill and Scroll
141, WAR CI-IANT Staff 131141, A.S.U. Journalism Confer-
ROBERTSON, BOB Football Apache 131.
RODRIQUEZ, IRENE Spanish Club 131141, French Club 131,
ROGERS, JANICE Dance Club 121, F.N.A. 121, G.A.A. 121.
ROGERS, TERRY Boys' League.
ROSS, BECKY Dance Club 121, Junior Achievement 141.
ROSSING, SONNY D.E.C.A. 121131141, Singing Warriors
ROWAN, DAVID Boys' League.
ROWE, DAVID Spanish Club 13X41, Class Council 131, Spec-
ial Services Director 131, Leo Club 141, Lettermen's Club
131141, Interact 141, Track Varsity 131141, Cross Country J. V.
121 Varsity 141, Singing Warriors 121 Mixed Chorus 131 Con-
cert Choir 131141,A. M. S. Spelling Award 131141, Junior
Achievement Business Manager 121.
RUIZ, LORENZO Baseball Varsity 121.
RUSH, CYNTHIA C. O.E. 141.
RUSSELL, KENT Crafts Club 121, Wrestling J.V. 131, Gym-
nastics J. V. 121131.
RUSSO, KIP F. F.A. 131141, Crafts Club 141, Gymnastics
J.V. 121, Varsity 131.
RYDER, CHARLES Octagon Club 131141, Lettermen's Club
121131141, Boys' League Council 141, Football Student Trainer
121131141, Wahu Pahu 121131, Class Play 131.
SANCHEZ, NORMA G.A.A. 121131, Dance Club 121, Spanish
Club Sec. 131, Vice -President 141, Christmas Play 131,
Chieftain 131141, Pow Wow 141.
SARGENT, BARBARA Girls' League.
SAUNDERS, ELLIOT Latin Club 121, Band JV 131.
SCI-IAFER, RONNIE Boys' League.
SCHAKE, COLIEEN FHA 131, Modern Dance Concert 131.
SCHILT, MIKE Transferred from Tinora High, Defience,
Ohio, Basketball THS 121, Cross Country THS 121131 Varsity.
SCHOONOVER, PAULA Organizations 121, Inter Club Coun-
cil 121131, Pow Wow 121131141, NaKwach.im 121131, Wahoo
Pahoo 121131, Class Play 121131.
SCHREINER, KEN V.I.C.A. 141.
SCI-IULLER, LYNETTE C.O.E. 141 Treasurer 141, Class Play
SCHUTTE, SHERRI Girls League.
SCHURZ, LARRY Cross Country 121131141, J. V. Track 121,
Varsity Track 131141.
SCHWEERS, DAVE Sophomore Class Vice-President 121, In-
teract 121131141 Board Member 141, Lettermen's Club 131141
President 141, State Student Council Convention 131, Varsity
Baseball 131141, Varsity -Basketball 121131141 Captain 141,
Boys State 131, Class Pl'ay131141.
SEELY, ANN Transferred from Magdalena High School,
Magdalena, New Mexico. Ko-Ki Twanka 141, Varsity Band
121131 MHS, Varsity Chorus 131 MHS, Yearbook Staff 121
MHS, Student Council 121 MHS.
SEIDLE, BARBARA F.T.A. 131.
SEVEY, VAUNIE Transferred from South Mountain High
School, Phoenix, Arizona. Quill and Scroll131141, Girls
League Standards Committee 121 Treasurer 121 SMHS, "S"
Club 121 SMHS, Warriorettes 141, Pom Pon 121 SMHS, Year-
book 121 SMHS, Chieftain 131141 Editor 141, A. I. P.A.
Publications Workshop 121131141.
SHANE, JIM VICA 131.
SHAW, BECKY Spanish Club 131141, G.A.A. 121131, Pow
SHFARMAN, BONNIE Girls League.
SHENAH, WAYNE Boys League.
SI-IELLEY, MARLENE Quill and Scroll 131141, V. I.C.A. 141
Historian 141, J.V. Band 121, Varsity Band 131141, Chieftain
SHEPHERD, SUE F. H.A. 121131141 President 131, Orchestra
121131, C.O.E. 141.
SI-IERRILL, TERESA Girls League.
SI-IERWOOD, LINDA Ko-Ki Twanka 141, Chorileers 121.
SI-IIELDS, DENNIS Octagon Club 121131141 Program Chairman
121 Secretary 131, Lettermans Club 131141, Elections Commit-
tee 131, Boys League President 141, Boys League Secretary 131,
J. V. Football 121, Varsity Football 131141, J. V. Baseball 121,
Variety Baseball 131141, Boys State 131, Class Play 121131141.
SHILL, LARRY Electronics Club 131141, Latin Club 131.
SHINN, RODNEY Leo Club 141, Varsity Golf 141.
SHUMARD, GREG J.V. Track 121.
SKILLMAN, DONICE Transferred from Lakewood High School,
Lakewood, California. Girls League.
SLADE, SHARON Class Council 121, F. T.A. 131, Dance
Club 141, F. H.A. 131, Junior Achievement 141.
SMITH, DONALD Science Club 121, Boys Chorus 121, Con-
cert Choir 121.
SMITH, FREDERICK Stage Band 121131141 Pres. 141, Class
Council 121, Varsity Band 121131141, Boys Chorus 121, Concert
Choir 131, Music Camp Scholarship 121, Talent Show 141.
SMITH, JESSE J. V. Track 121131, Varsity Track 141, Cross
Country 121, Varsity Band 121131141, Concert Choir 131,
Honor Choir 141, Class Play 131.
SMITH, LANA Special Services 121, Rallies and Traditions
121, Class Council 141, Prep Chorus 121, Girls Chorus 131141.
SMITH, SHARON Class Council 141, F. F.A. Sweetheart 141,
Spanish Club 121, Dance Club 121, J.V. Tennis 131, Class
Play 131141, Pow Wow 141, Wahoo Pahoo 121131141.
SOUTI-IERLAND, SHIELA French Club 131141 Vice-President
141, Rallies'and Traditions 131141, Varsity Gymnastics 121131,
Photo Lab 141, Class Play 131, Wahoo Pahoo 121131, Swim
SPAVIN, SHIELA F. H.A. 121131, Mixed Chorus 121.
SIPES, BILL V. I.C.A. 141, Vice-President 141.
STAPLEY, TERRY J. V. Basketball 121, Varsity Basketball
131141, Varsity Track 131141, J.V. Track 121, Honor Choir
STAUFFER, CHIP Octagon Club 141 Vice-President, Letter-
mans Club 131141 Varsity Football 131141, J.V. Basketball 121,
Varsity Wrestling 131141.
STEELE, ANDREA German Club 121, Girls Chorus 121, Con-
cert Choir121, "South PaciHc" 121.
STEFFEY, DEAN Senior Class Vice-President 141, Interact
131141 Treasurer 141, Lettermans Club 141, French Club 141,
J. V. Basketball 121, Varsity Manager 131, Class Play 121,
War Chant 131.
STEPHENSON, RICHARD J. V. Football 121, Apaches 131,
Varsity Football 141.
STEWART, ANDREA "S" Club 131141, Class Council 121,
F.H.A. 141, Chorus Girls' 121, Westwood Girls' 131, Concert
Choir 141, TOVAH Staff 141, Class Play 131, "Curtain Time
STEWART, JANET Chorus Girls' 121, Concert Choir 131141,
"Colossal C1assice" 131,"Birth of the Beat" 121, "Curtain
STIMSON, MARK Chorus Boys' 131, Mixed 141.
STOCKDALE, CLAYTONA Latin Club President 131, Temris
J.V. 121131, Varsity 141, Chorus Girls' 121, Class Play 121,
Pow Wow Director 141.
STOLK, KAREN Spanish Club 121131 Treasurer 141, Quill
and Scroll 141, Rodeo Club 141, Tennis J. V. 121, TOYAH
Staff 131, WAR CI-IANT 131141, N.A. U. Publications Work-
shop 141, A. S. U. Journalism Conference 131141.
STONE, DEBBIE Social Affairs 141, Class Council 141, "S"
Club 141, F. H.A. 141, Historian 131, Pow Wow 121,
STRICKLAND, LES Key Club 121, Lettermen's Club 141,
Leo Club 141, Track J.V. 121 Varsity 131141, Cross Country
STICKLER, GARY Goys' League.
STUMPER, TOM F. F.A. Greenhand Award 131.
STURM, Jerry Track J. V. 121.
SUTER, LESLIE Class Council 121, Dance Club 141, Drama
Club 131, Class Play 121131, Nakawachum131141, Wahu
SWANTY, MICKEY G.A.A. 131, Chorus Westwood Girls' 131.
SWEIGART, MARILYN Chorus Mixed 121.
TALERICO, MARY Band J. V. 121 Varsity 131141.
TALLEY, CATHY F.N.A. Secretary 131141, Band J. V. 131.
TAYLOR, DARENE Girls' League.
TAYLOR, DAVID A. Boys' League.
TAYLOR, LEO Track J. V. 121131.
TAYLOR, NANCY JEAN F. H.A. 121, Girls' League Council
131141, American History Award 131.
TEFFT, OLIN Christmas Decorations 121, Pow Wow 121131,
Band Varsity 131.
TI-IACKERY, DENNIS Lettermans' Club 131, Track Varsity
2 3 4 .
'l'I?iOIxElP'SON, BARBARA Transferred from Maryvale High
School, Phoenix, Arizona, G.A.A. WHS.
THOMPSON, DICK Billiards Club 121, Gold varsity 121131141,
J. V. , Gyrrmastics 121, Concert Choir 131, Singing Warriors
'l'I?IOMPSON, JENNIFER ANN Social Affairs Committee 141,
Class Council 141, "S" Club 141, Treasurer, Dance Club
121131, French Club 121 Junior Class Play 131, Wahoo Pahoo
121131141, Nakawachum 121131141 Pow Wow 141.
THOMPSON, JUDY Dance Club 121.
THOMPSON, SUSAN Band Barsity 121131141, Stage Band 141.
TICE, DALE Track J. V. 121, Varsity 131141, Concert Choir
131, Honor Choir 141.
TIFFANY, KATHY G.A.A. 121, WAR CHANT141.
TITCOMB, BARBARA Rallies and Traditions 141, "S" Club
141, G.A.A. 121, Pow Wow 121131141, Class Play 131,
TOLIVER, CHUCK Football J.V. 121, F.F.A. 121131141.
TOLMAN, JANET Student Body Vice -President 141, Class
Vice -President 131, Class Council 121131, Social Affairs 121,
F.T.A. 121, G.A.A. 131, "S" Club 141, Cheerleader J.V.
121, Chorus Girls' 121131, Class Play 121131141 Director 131,
Pow Wow 121131, Girls' State 131.
TORREZ, ANDREA French Club 121131141, G.A.A. 131.
TOWE, THOMAS Football Varsity 141.
TOWNSEND, JERRY Track J.V. 121131, V.I.C.A. 141.
TRAYNOR,BLAINE Octagon Club 121131141, F. T.A. 131141,
Football J. V. 121, Baseball J. V. 121, Wrestling J.V. 121131,
Pow Wow 131141, Class Play 121131, NaKawachum 121.
TRISCHELLA, SHARON Girls' League.
TROUTMAN, STAN Rallies and Traditions Committee 141,
Class Councils 121131141, Crafts Club 131141, Football Apache
131, Golf 121131141.
TRYON, BETH F. H. E. Historian 121, Speech Club Secretary
131, Chorus Prep 121 Mixed 131 Westwood Girls 141, Speech
TRYON, ROBERT V. I. C. A. 141, Gymnastics J. V. 121131.
TSOSIE, ROSE Rodeo Club 131141, Speech Club 131, G.A.A.
131, Pimapa Club 121 Secretary 13X41, Miss Indian Arizona-
Navajo, Miss Southwest Indian Princess-Navajo Reservation,
Co-Chairman of scenery on The Crucible.
TUCKER, BARBARA Special Service Director 121, Special
Serivec Committee 131, Speech Club 13X41, F. T.A.
121131141, German Club 141, F.T.A. President 141, "S"
Club 141, Spikette 141, Chorus Prep 121, Concert Girls 131,
Concert Choir 141, Class Play 131, Mesa Tribune "Smoke
Signals" Correspondent 141, Pow Wow 131141, Christmas
TUCKER, BILL F.F.A. 141.
VALDEZ, VICTOR Boys' League.
VASQUEZ, JIMMY J.V. Football 121, J.V. Track 121, J.V.
VEGH, GARY J. V. Band 121, Varsity 131.
VEGH, LARRY Vica Club 141, J.V. Gymnastics 121, Varsity
VILLIEANA, MARTHA French Club 121131141.
VOSS, MARLA F. T.A. 121131141, J. V. Tennis 131141.
VUORENMAA, EVA Transferred from Saimaan Inteislyseo in-
Lappeenranta, Finland, A.F.S. Representative 141, Student
Body Secretary 131 SI, Student Council 141, Gumnashes Club
121131 SI, German Club 141, Girls' Baseball 121131 SI, Tennis
Girls' 131 SI, Gymnastics 131 SI.
WADDELL, JILL Class Secretary 141, Elections Director 131,
"S" Club 131141, G.A.A. 121, Class Council 121131141, West-
wood Girls Chorus 131, Concert Choir 141, Yearbook Staff
131141, Class Assemblies 121131141.
WAGONER, NANCY F.N.A. 121, Spanish Club 131, Spanish
Club Secretary 141, Westwood Girls Chorus 141,"The Crucible
WALKER, MARTA Dance Club 121131, F.H.A. 141, French
Club 141, Rallies and Traditions Committee 131, Girls Gym-
nastics Team 121131 Advanced Girls 121 Westwood Girls Chor-
us 131, Pow Wow 141, Class Plays 121131.
WALLACE, TOM Transferred from McClintock, D. E.C.A.
Club Vice President 141, Photo Club 121 MHS, Rallies and
Traditions Committee 141.
WALSH, DALE J. V. Basketball 121 SHPS, Soccer J.V. 121
WARNER, SHIRLEY F. H.A. 141, Chorus Advanced Girls'
WASI-IINGTON, CECIL Boys' League.
WATKINS, NORMAN Track Varsity 121, Cross Country
Varsity 131, Chorus Boys' 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor
Choir 141, Class Play 131, Pow Wow 141.
WATSON, BARBARA Dance Club 121, F. H.A. 141.
WATSON, SANDIE Class Council 121131141, Dance Club
131141, Girls' Chorus 121131, Warriorettes141, Class Play131,
Nakawachum 121131, Pow Wow 121131141.
WATTS, PATTY Transferred from Tempe High School in
Tempe, Arizona, Class Council 121 THS, Pom Pon 121 THS,
German Club 121 THS, Chorus Girls' 121 THS, Warriorettes
141, Honor Student 141, "S" Club 141, Pep Rallies 141.
WEAVER, SCOTT French Club 121, German Club.
WEBB, CAROL Special Services 121, "S" Club 141, Dance
Club 131, G.A.A. 131141, Girls' Varsity Gymnastics 131141,
Warriorettes 131, Chorus Westwood Girls' 121, Concert Choir
131, Honor Choir 141, N.A.U. Music Camp 121, WAR
CHANT 131141, Class Play 121131141, Pow Wow 131141,
Wahu Pahu 131141.
WEBER, JANICE F.N.A. 121131141, Rodeo Club 131, Pow
Wow 141, Wahu Pahu 131, Nakawachum 121131.
WELCH, BRLAN Boys' League.
WENGER, DANIEL Speech Club 121, German Club 121, Chess
WH.ATCOTT, GAYLEN Interact Club 141, Electronics Club
141, Class Play 131.
WHETTEN, KATHLEEN Dance Club 121131141, Chorus Girls'
WHITE, MITCH Rallies and Traditions 141, Football J.V.
WILKINS, VERNON Lettermen's Club 121131141, Baseball
Varsity 131141, Basketball J. V. 121, Varsity 131141, Track
Varsity 141, Chorus Boys' 131, Pow Wow 131141.
WILLHITE, WILLIE F. F.A. 141, Baseball J. V. 121.
WILLAN, PETER Electronics Club 131, Baseball J. V. 141.
WILLIAMS, BRENDA French Club 131, Masque and Dagger
141, Band J. V. 121 Varsity 131141.
WILLIAMS, MARIE Dance Club 121141, Varsity Band 131141,
WILLIAMS, THELMA G.A.A. 121, Chorus Advanced Girls'
121, Concert Choir 131141.
WILLIS, JOHN German Club 121, Swimming Varsity 121131141,
Concert Choir 141.
WILLIS, RANDY Boys' League.
WILLIS, STEVE Golf Varsity 131, Gymnastics J.V. 121, Con-
cert Choir 131.
WILLMAN, FORD Transferred from Postville High School in
Postville, Iowa, Basketball J. V. 121 Pl-IS, Band 121 PHS,
Chorus Madrigal 121 PHS, Los Sinombres 131, Honor Choir
141, "45 Minutes from Broadway" 121, "Music Man" PHS,
N.A. U. Music Camp131.
WILSON, PAMELA Class Council 131, Rallies and Traditions
141, Girls' Varsity Gymnastics 121131, Class Play 131.
WINGERT, JOE Wahu Pahu 121, Gymnastics J.V. 121.
WOOD, JEAN F. T.A. 121, "S" Club 141, Wahu Pahu
121131141, Class Play 131.
WOOD, PEGGY Chorus Girls' 121, Westwood Girls' 131, Hon-
or Choir 141.
WOODS, FRED Octagon Club 141, Lettermen's Club 131141,
Football J.V. 121, Apache 131, Varsity 141, Swimming
WOODWARD, JANE Transferred from Mesa High School in
Mesa, Arizona, Drama Club 131 MHS, Dance Club 131 MHS.
WRIGHT, FRANK Boys' League.
WRIGHT,JAYNE Class Secretary 131, Special Services Direc-
tor 121, Rallies and Traditions 121, Class Council 121131,
"S" Club Recording Secretary 141, Concert Choir 131141,
"Our Town" 131, CI-IIEFTAIN Staff 131, Advertising Editor
141, Seminary Class Secretary 131141, Class Plays 121131141.
WRIGHT, KEN Boys' League.
WRIGHT, LEILANI Masque and Dagger 141.
WRIGHT, ROBERT F. F.A. 121131141, Rodeo Club 141,
Crafts Club 131141, Baseball J.V. 121, Varsity 131141.
WURTS, DEBBY Dance Club 141.
YAW, DIANE Class Council 121131, Los Sinombres 121,
G.A.A. 141, Westwood Girls' 121, Concert Choir 131, Honor
141, Class Play 121131, Talent Assembly 141, Pow Wow
121141, All-State 121, Collossal Classics 131.
YEE, CATHY F. N.A. 121 President 141, C.O.E. Club 141.
YOUNGKIN, JOYCE F.H.A. 121131141, G.A.A. 141, Spikette
ZELLER, CLETUS Football J.V. 121, Baseball J.V. 121,
Spanish Club 141.
Abel, Carlton 78, 161, 100
Abel, Donna 46, 175
Aceves, Josephine 55, 161
Ackerman, Jeanne 161
Acuna, Mary 49,55,161
Adams, Dixie 47,193
Adams, Richard 44, 45,50, 193, 91
Adams, Thelma 161
Adamson, Richard 175
Aguilar, Ramon 82, 161,100
Aguilar, Yoland 175,91
Aguilera, Juan 175,91
Akins, Lois 175
Alcantar, Mary 5l,55, 57,175
Alden, Thomas 50,175,100
Alder, Lawrance 161
Aldrich, David 161
Alger, Russell 175
Allard, Joe 175
Alldredge, Jean 51, 54,175
Allen, David 161
Allen, Janice 58,59,175
Allen Joanne 58,161, 37
Allen, Marlene 175
Allen, Mella 161
Allred, Alexa 175
Allred, Myrnadeen 175
Alvarado, Lupe 55, 175
Amadio, Thelma 161
Amavisca, Bill 193
Andersen, Peggy 66, 175
Andersen, Richard 44, 45, 65, 85,
Andersen, Sylvia 5O,56,64, 161
Anderson, Chris 161
Anderson, Clark 161
Anderson, Denzil 193
Anderson, Derrick 161
Anderson, Esther 140,141
Anderson, Gayle 175
Anderson, Jennifer 161
Anderson, Jolene 64, 175
Anderson, Kevin 116,90
Anderson, Leslie 175
Anderson, Rachelle 64, 175
Anderson, Sharon 193
Anderson, Wendy 63, 193
Andrade, Carole 49,55,161
Andrasousky, Gabe 97, 175
Andreas, Dana 161
Andrews, Larry 161
Andrews, Lavar 175
Andrews, Meldon 48, 161
Andrews, Murray 74, 175, 100
An.ke, Christine 161
Annala, Lowell 52,193
Ansnes, Kristie 175
Antone, Andrew 161
Antona, David 100
Antone, Janet 48, 193
Antone, Marian 46, 161
Apple, Jane 49, 55,161
Arbogast, June 193
Arguijo, Irene 54,57,175
Armenta, Larry 193,102
Armistead, Dona 52,193
Armstrong, Cathy 161
Armstrong, Nancy 161
Amett, Barbara 18, 21, 25, 26, 27,
116,117, 125, 193, 119,47
Arnett, Chet 26, 27, 28, 32,51,52
124, 125, 193, 118,91
Arnett, David 161,90
Arnett, Donald 175,178
Arnett, Kathleen 46,65,116,193
Arnett, Paul 65, 175, 177
Arnett, Peggy 64,112,161
Arnold, Cheryl 55,67, 193
Arnold, Patrice 64, 175, 91
Arrieta, Ernest 161
Arrieta, Saul 161
Arrowsmith, Dwayne 161, 100
Ashby, Nicholas 30, 31,52,193,
Askeland Danny 175
Askeland, Kenneth 193
Auka, Anthony 161
Ayer, Forrest 161
Ayres, David 175
Babbit, Doug 175
Bachert, Susan 175
Bachert, Tom 161
Backus, Lynda 50, 103
Backus, Mary 175
Badger, Jeffery 161,90
Badiaco, John 78, 161
Bailey, Susan 194
Bailly, Kieth 194
Bailly, Ronald 78, 161, 90
Baird, Cristy 66, 175
Baird, Mona 161
Baker, Darwyn 175
Baker, Mary 57, 175
Baker, Mike 161
Baker, Ronnie 161
Baker, Vicky 50, 194, 58
Bollingberg, Karen 176
Bonilla, Joe 162
Bonilla, Robert 176, 90
Bonner, Debra 162
Balderrama, Marie 161
Balderrama, Socorro 175
Baldwin, Mike 54
Baldwin, Roger 149,55
Ball, Celeste 194
Ballard, Garth 175
Ballesteros, Alfred 175
Barabe, Brian 143
Barajas, Gloria 175,55, 50
Baranowski, Pattie 175,112, 91
Barcelo, Isabel 140,141
Barger, Jay 175
Barnes, Kenneth 65, 194
Barney, Jeannie 175,56,64
Barr, Dennis 67
Barraclough, Margaret 194,47,56
Barragan, Baldo 194
Barraza, Sofia 194
Barringer, Janita 161
Barrow, Steve 78
Barry, Debbie 161
Barry, Patty 161
Barry, Bill 194
Borg, Kris 55,64,176
Borrusch, Richard 194
Bowden, Jeanne 194
Bowden, Joyce 195
Bowman, Jeffery 162
Bowman, Vicki 162
Box, Anita 176
Boyle, Kelly 176
Boyle, Patty 29,50, 106, 108, 176
Boynton, Kris 47,64,176
Brackney, Kenneth 154
Bradford, Deborah 162
Bradshaw, Aaron 136, 176, 100
Bradshaw, Debby 50, 104, 176
Bradshaw, F.H. 142,63
Bradshaw, Franklin 50, 52, 55, 66,
Bartmess, Norma 194
, Brenda 194
, Jon 66, 194
, Tanner 161,103
Bartow, Marce 26,50, 106, 107, 175
Bartow, Jeannie 26
Bartz, Don 161,100
Bateman, Arlene 143
Bates, Barbara 51 1 1
Bauer, Mark 194
Bauer, Pat 60, 66, 1 7,19
Bayer, David 175
Bayer, Steven 161
Baze, Kathy 175
Baze, Bill 161
Beach, Billy 194
Beach, Dennis 194
y, Linda 175
, Alan 175
Beatty, Joyce 161
, Robert 175
an, Craig 80, 94,175
Beckman, Barbara 175
Beckstead, Kayleen 161
Beckstead, K.R. 30,31,194
d, Leslie 61,175
Bell, Paula 29, 50, 176
Bellison, Lamis 194
Benedict, Robert 100
Benjamin, Linda 176
Bennett, Steve 176
Bradshaw, Kim 44, 45,82,117, 100
Bradshaw, LeeAnn 194
Bradshaw, Robert 52, 66, 195
Brahm, Pamela 162
Brainard, Gorderta 55, 176
Brake, Bruce 51, 54, 55, 62,65, 117
195, 28, 118
Bramer, Diane 50,64, 162,169
Bramwell, Nancy 47, 195
Brandt, Wayne 44,45, 52,65,117
195, 100, 120
Braund, Garry 195
Brenay, Jo Lynn 55, 195
Brennan, Mike 92,931,176
Brewer, Arlie 176
Brewer, Gary 162
Brewer, Margaret 195
Brimhall, Brent 66, 167
Brimhall, Eliasr 131,135,21
Brimhall, Gail 162
Brimley, Stan 34,52,51,195,118
Brimley, Susan 60, 64, 117,167
Brinkerhoff, Torrey 167
Brinton, Kathy 51,162
Brinton, Mark 52,54,116, 167
Brinton, Robert 50,52, 56, 65, 167
Britten, Mike 167,100
Broadus, Robert 54, 162, 90
Brockrnan, Charles 195
Brockway, Don 44, 45,48, 51, 97,
Brooks, Connie 167
Brooksby, John 44,45, 195
Broucher, Carol Ann 50
Bennett, Tom 133,74
Benson, Jim 44,45, 194
Benson, Peggy 55, 57,176,181
Bently, Amiela 176
Bentley, Bill 162
Benton, Susie SO, 162
Bentz, Georgia 176
Berentz, Renee 176
Bergen, Richard 176
Bergling, Connie 51, 162
Bermea, Elvia 162
Bernal, Olivia 51, 57, 176
Berner, Mary Jane 49,58,66, 194
Berryhill, Larry 133,82
Besenhofer, Richard 176
Bethancourt, Laraine 47,57, 65, 112
116, 117, 194, 121
Bicknell, Cathee 162
Bicknell, Cris 162
Bingham, Dorene 67, 162
Bingham, Irene 67,162, 37
Bingham, Kirk 66, 194
Bingham, Lynda 176
Bird, Judy 55,162
Bird, Marilyn 51, 59, 57, 117, 194,
Bird, Nancy 50,51,58,176
Bishop, Chuck 162,165
Bixby, Sally 132
Black, Joyce 162
Black, Kermit 162
Blackwood, Rita 176
Blake, Bruce 74, 176
Blake, John 23,50,74, 176
Blake, Mark 48
Blanco, Robert 162
Blanford, Dale 148
Beanton, Carol 140,141
Blau, Jeanene 176
Blesh, Ruth 162
Boblitt, Vickie 176
Bodacie, Robert 90
Boddy, Ruthie 47, 194
Bogle, Lawrence 78,162, 103
Bohan, Patricia 194
Boicourt, Steven 162
Brown, Carol 162
Brown, Clara 162
Brown, Clinton 195
Brown, Curtis 146,56
Brown, Daniel 162
Brown, Harold 147
Brown, Janeth 25,46,51,106,117,
Brown, Jean S5,61,162
Brown, Jeffrey 162
Brown, Joyce 195
Brown, Keith 195
Brown, Lorraine 195
Brown, Patricia 176
Brown, Robert 195
Brown, Timothy 162
Brown, Troy 162
Brown, Trudy 162
Browning, Janet 55, 162
Brundage, Daryl 176
Bryceland, Cheryl 195
Buchsbaum, Debbie 51,116, 117,
Buchsbaum, Donna 51, 162
Buckingham, Cynthia 162
Buckmister, Doug 196
Buckmister, Kevin 162
Bulkley, John 136
Bulkley, Suzanne 66, 176
Bullard P 51 162
Bur ian ,
Jean 55, 176
Randal 66, 176
Theron 176, 100
Linda 108, 196
Burk, Gary 162,100
Burklund, Laura 47, 196
Burm, Charles 176
Burm, Michael 162
Burnham, Lois 50, 64, 162
Burnham, Robert 196
Burnham, Sue 162
Burns, Francis 162
Burrell, Cindy 66,196
Burrell, Kent 65, 162
Bushman, Debra 176
Butler, Lynda 54,6O,162
Butters, Alan 54, 162
Button, Donald 63, 196
Bye, Deborah 176
Byice, Jacqueline 64,196
Byice, Josaline 176
Caffall, Wynn 97, 196
Calder, Lucile 67,68, 162
Calhoun, Casey 78, 162, 170,
Calhoun, Kelly 196
Calloway, Cythia 176
Calph, Frank 176
Calvert, Victoria 36,196
Camarena, Jesse 196
Cameron, Arlene 116,176
Cameron, Shirley 162
Campa, Ruben 176
Campbell, Carolyn 176
Campbell, Scott 162,196
Canaday, Clyde 162
Cannon, Keary 54, 176
Cannon, Richard 117,196
Card, Denise 48,162
Card, Vernise 162
Careaga, Ralph 196
Carlsen, Darcy 50, 55,177
Carman, Mary 177
Carpenter, Alice 163
Carpenter, Gwen 163
Carrasco, Frankie 177
Carroll, Beverly 196
Carrothers, Karen 163
Carsten, Cynthia 177
Carter, Teresa 25,47,196
Cariright, Marsha 51, 163
Carufel, Robert 196, 203
Caruth, Joelyn 177
Case, Rosalind 196
Casias, Rosie 177
Cassidy, Domain 100
Castillo, Carmen 50, 55, 177
Catano, James 51,52,196
Cates, Debra 63,66,177
Cates, Tommy 54, 177
Cathcart, Linda 57, 177
Cayton, Donald 177,100
Cayton, Tessie 64, 177
Cearley, Cheryle 47, 196
Cernak, Denise 177
Cernak, Mary 177
Cerney, Cinthia 163
Chadwick, Ann 177
Chaides, Carlos 52, 177, 80, 90
Chamberlain, Del 132
Chamberlain, Kim 52, 177
Chambers, Brenda 51, 177
Chambers, Craig 54, 163
Chambers, Thomas 196,100
Chandler, Frances 66, 176
Chandler, Jeffrey 177
Chandler, Roger 163
Chapman, Elaine 58,64, 163
Chapman, Marianne 58, 196
Chappell, Debra 163
Chappelle, Teresa 196
Charles Ronald 163, 103
Chase, Stanley 163
Chase, Stephen 144
Chatfield, Max 177
Chatfield, Roxanne 163
Chellevold, Helen 134
Chester, Richard 177
Chiricuzio, Rita 54, 163
Chlarson, Jerri 163
Clu'isten, Wesley 8O,163, 90
Christensen, Janice 177
Christensen, Judy 50, 177
Christensen, Pam 104,163
Christoph, William 196
Christopher Koni 106, 107, 16
Christopherson, Tina 163
Chryst, Pat 196
Church, Karen 67, 163
Cisty, Nancy 196
Clah, Louise 196
Clark, Abigail 48, 177
Clark, Betty 163
Clark, Doug 86
Clark, Earl 163
Clark, Georgianna 48, 163
Clark, Richard 163
Clark, Roslyn 46, 196
Clark, Shirley 177,36
Clark, Vern 144
Claypool, George 78, 163,90
Ferrell, Patty 50, 51,52,164
Clement, Cheryl 64, 197
Clevenger, Judith 197
Click, Michael 177
Cluff, Connie 46,51,60,106,117,
Cluff, Eric 163
Cluff, Hal 144
Cluff, Lynette 49, 58, 177
Cluff, Peggy 50,54,106,163
Cobb, Gail 163
Denning, Janie 163
Denning, Mel 136,198
Denton, Sandra 47, 198
Desormeaux, Cindy 163
Deutscher, Diana, 52,163
Deutscher, Doss 198
DeVeau, Jim 163
Deverman, Don 163
Devers, Bill 198
Diaz, joe 163
Cochran, Dawn 177,203
Cochran, Donald 177
Coester, Cathy 162
Coffin, Scott 66, 94,116, 177, 36
Coggins, Deborah 197
Diaz, Trina 178
Dibella, Giovanna 178
Diegel, Ruth 159
Diepstraten, Liz 49, 163
Farris, Debra 164
Fehrenkamp, Carol 52, 179, 199
Fehrenkamp, Diane 50,66
Felix, Mike 78, 179
Felker, Sanford 179
Fenner, Irma 140,141
Fent, Mike 164
Ferguson, Nathan 164
Figueroa, Carol 51, 106, 199
Figueroa, Robert 50,55
Figueroa, Steve 94, 97
Finlinson, Bruce 50, 16
Fish, Debbie 179
Fisher, Charles 47, 199
Gaytan, Nohemi 179
Gearhart, Sharon 52, 164
Geary, Patricia 201
Geary, Richard 164
Geldarski, Al 140, 141, 132
Geldarski, Andre 164
German, Dawn 164
German, James 179
Gettier, Jacque 142
Gettier, Nanette 60,164, 167
Cokeley, Susie 47, 197
Cole, Susan 177
Coleman, Debra 49,163
Coleman, larry 54, 66,1
Coleman, Lynette 66, 167
Collinsworth, James 49,
Collinsworth, Nancy 49,
Colwell, Linda 196
Combs, Bill 74, 75, 177
Combs, Chris 64, 197
Combs, Mark 94, 95, 177
Comles, Roy 141,140
Condit, Ward 163
Conner, Kyle 177
Connolly, Bonnie 197
Connolly, Preston 163
Connolly, Allan 44, 197
Conover, Millard 148, 112
Contreras, Linda 163
Contreras, Robert 44, 45, 51, 74,
Contreras, Virginia 177
Conway, Larry 163
Cook, Charlie 163
Cook, Peter 97,177
Cook, Richard 163,197
Cooley, Debbie 163
Cooley, Linda 47,64, 177
Cooper, Carol 51, 163, 191
Cooper, Steve 82, 197, 102
Cooper, John 163,197
Cooper, Judy 177
Cooper, Kelly 178
Cooper, Sandra 48,197
Copp, Micheel 178
Cordasco, Anthony 163
Coria, Jacqueline 163
Cortez, Annette 55, 178
Corwin, Brent 63, 197
Cottam, Howard 178
Cottam, Mary 65,178,197
Cox, Doug 198
Coyle, Pat 154
Cozart, Herman 178
Cramer, Anna 138
Cramer, Joe 25, 52,116,198,120
Creed, Mary Jo 66, 178
Crook, Bill 138
Crook, Marilyn 50,64, 178
Crosson, Frank 78, 163,91
Crosson, Pat 58,65, 198
Crouse, Linda 178
Crowther, Harley 163
Croxton, Vicki 163
Curnmins, Carl 148
Cummins, Craig 74,94,95, 146
Ctunmins, William 151
Cunningham, Mont 50, 163, 100
Curley, Harriet 198
Curtis, Karen 106,161,163, 169,
Curtiss, Elden 178
Cutler, Sherry 163
Dahl, Carl 178
Dahlman, Dawn 163,178
Dailey, Valerie 178
Daley, Margaret 178
Dallas, Angie 50,55,198
Dalley, Margaret 163
Dana, Diane 198
Dana, Duane 178
Daniel, Tony 163
Daniel, Lucian 163
Daniels, Charnell 178
Daniels, Rick 178,207
Danielsen, Mike 178
Darnell, Larry 178
Diepstraten, Ted 198
Dietz, Ronda 178
Dietz, Terry 163
Dillahunt, Betsy 55, 198
Dimartin, Kathy 134,178
Dixon, Ken 50, 163
Dixon, Kieth 65, 198
Dodge, Deborah 178
Dohrer, Debra 161,163
Dohrer, Sharon 52, 198
Donald, Douglas 65, 117, 198, 118
Donath, Karel 51, 178
Donath, Karen 178
Donovan, John 142
Dorathy, Linda 57, 178
Dougherty, Gary 52, 178
Downing, Janet 51,163
Doxie, Rick 163
Doyle, Michael 178,90
Drew, Mike 178
Drew, Arthur 198
Driggs, Blair 18,21,94,95,97,116,
Drorbaugh, David 31,50, 97, 178,
Duckworth, Mary 163
Duffey, Dennis 65, 163,100
Duncho, Barbara 67, 163
Duniven, Shelley 163
Durham, Connie 52,67, 198
Dutcher, Sue 104, 105, 198
Duthie, Juliene 29, 63, 178
Duve, Mary 178
Iorraine 64, 179
Ann 54, 179
Charles 48,56, 94, 164
Jerilyn 27,47, 199
Flanagain, Jack 199
Don 59, 164
s, Izzandra S2,55,63,199
Chris 98, 164
Marilyn 51, 164
Doyle 50,66, 179
James 44, 45, 52, 58, 60, 8
116, 199, 100
Geurts, Annette 179
Geyer, Jim 82, 179, 100
Gideon, Alan 201
Gietz, Gerg 180
Gillies, Richard 201
Giroux, John 20, 44,45,48,51,77,
Gish, Marie 149
Glenn, Jeff 165
Karen 47, 52, 201
Goding, Lois 165
Goettl, Kathleen 29,47,65, 201
Golay, M. 139
Golden, Doug 180
Golightly, David 165
Gomez, Gloria 180
Gonzales, Diane 47,201
Gonzales, Kathleen 180
Gonzales, Kathryn 55
Gonzales, Pa1J'icia 165
Forbes, Lynn 67, 164
Ford, Fredrick 97, 200
Foree, Karen 56,200
Forsythe, Kathy 200
Forsythe, Bob 92, 93, 200
Foster, Brian 34, 78
Foster, Kim 164
Foster, Larry 92, 179
Foster, Sherrie 179
East, Ray 163
East, Stella 55, 178
Eaton, Jim 52, 198
Ebert, Bill 136
Eccles, George 138
Ecker, Ronald 55, 178
James 47, 74
Fox, Arless 164
France, Al 154
Francella, Margaret 164
Frank, Teri 59,117,179
Franks, Charles 200
Franks, Debbie 52,200
Fraun, Cheryl 200
Frawley, Cheryl 179
Fredrikson, Terri 200
Free, Robert 136
Freeman, Debra 164
Freeman, Sheila 179
Freiss, Barbara 50, 164
Frelix, Dewayne 65,78, 1
Effhauser, Randall 163
Egan, Patrick 198
Eggen, Douglas 163,90
Elgas, Susan 198
Elkins, Mark 97, 163, 100
Ellerman, Mark 178
Ellis, Brett 179
Frelix, Karen 164
French, Carolyn 48, 164
French, Debra 164
French, Howard 91
French, Ken 179
French, Robert 179
Frick, Ken 179, 90
Euis, Bien 64, 179
Ellsworth, Jerry 179
Ellsworth, Keller 74, 75, 198, 100
Ellsworth, Kurt 163
Ellsworth, Marta 179
Ellsworth, Scott 163
Emerson, Jonell 182
Emmons, Lori 163
Enos, Doreen 164
Enos, Jeanne 48, 179
Enos, JoAnn 51, 179
Enos, Ramona 164
Virginia 49, 164
Esber, Kare Lee 64, 164
Davidson, Ken 59,67, 163
Davinroy, Linda 163
Davis, Barbara 132
Davis, Floyd 163
Davis, Bob 50, 80,178
Davis, Ronnie 65,78,163, 100
Davis, Tom 163
Day, Dennis 48,65, 78, 163, 103
Day, Jimmy 163
Day, Randy 44,45,48,74, 198,102
Dearth, Mary Ellen 198
De Masi, Carla 198
De Masi, Dan 78,163
De Witt, Vicki 66, 112, 1
Del Castillo, Elaine 178
Deloach, Thelma 140,141
Del Real, Margie 163
Demetri, Janet 65,106, 1
Escobedo, Ricardo 78, 164, 100
Escobedo, Ruben 164
Esparza, Henry 164
Espinoza, Alvina 47, 198
Espinoza, Arthur 179
Espinoza, Manuel 164
Essley, Richard 164
Evans, Bruce 179
Evans, David 52,112,174,178,
Evans, Karen 198
Everett, Novah 140,141
Eversoll, Trudie 179
Fain, Alta 52,57,199
Fain, Delya 164
Falconer, Keith 66, 179
Falconer, Robert 52, 179
Farmer, Jill 199
Farney, Roger 52, 179
Farnsworth, Dale 78,164
Fricke, Barbara 117,200
Fritz, Arthur 164,86
Froncek, Teresa 179
Froncek, Tim 164
Frost, Larmie 179
Frost, Luisa 164
Frost, Susan 66, 108, 179
Fry, Sheena 47, 65, 66, 200,118
Frycek, Nancy 200
mn, Norma 18,21,25,26,27,47,
61,66, 106, 124,200
Fuller, Kent 52, 65, 164
Fuller, Sharon 64, 164
Fuller, Terry 164
Fulwilder, Rosalda 164
Funk, David 164
Furr, Richard 164
Gadberry, Michael 164
Gadberry, Robert 35, 48, 93, 200
Galvan, Martha 55, 164
Gonzales, Yolanda 55
Gooch, Teri 50,61,180
Goodman, Fred 201
Goodman, Harry 102
Goodman, Jim 44,45, 201, 102
Goodwin, Bobby 165
Goodwin, Marilyn 180
Gossett, James 165
Gottschalk, Sallie 165
Gottschalk, Stephen 201
Gould, Gail 180
Gould, Neta 165
Gowdy, Bernard 202
Gowland, William 165,90
Grace, Donald 50,202
Grant, Perry 165
Gray, Bonnie 51,66,117, 130
Gray, Dale 202
Gray, Mark 102
Gray, Sandra 50,51, 106,165
Green, Dennis 30, 74,202
Green, James 180,202
d, Judy 63, 202
d, Michael 65, 165
Gregory, Buford 165
Grey, Robin 48, 180
Griffin, Matricia 51, 180
Griffin, Sharon 49, 55, 64, 165
Griner, Bonnie 165
Gromer, Jan 180
Gruner, Carol 134
Gruner, Katherine 117, 202, 119
Guebara, Linda 180
Guerrero, Bowie 50, 180, 91
Guerrero, Yolanda 202
Guest, Tom 151
Guinn, Jeff 67, 98, 165
Jeff 165, 86
Gunnell, Joyce 66, 180
Gunnell, Kay 47,56,66,18O
Gurrola, Abel 180
Guthrie, Gwen 51,54,165
Guthrie, Marlene 46, 66,67, 180
Haddad, Kenneth 147
l-laden, Cathy 61,63,18O, 184
Hagen, Louise 140,141
Galvan, Ray 200
elgaard, Linda 164
, Susan 164
Gardner, Cheryl 179
Gardner, Edd 19,44,4S,51,55,
l-laglimd, Roxanne 180
Hagy, Glen 202
Haider, Dawn 165
Haines, Deborah 180
I-lainline, Kay 140, 141
Hakes, Cathy 104, 105, 165
Hakes, Judith 104,180
Hale, Debra 51,165
Hale, Delbert 140,141
Hale, Nancy 51,64,165
Haley, Jim 202,100
Gardner, Michael 65, 164
Gardner, Phil 97,164
Gardner, Ron 164,86
Gardner, Sheryl 64, 164
, Ann 201
Garrett, Jim 201
Hall, Barbara 165
Hall, Deborah 180
Hall, Frances 165
Hall, Lisa 51, 165
Hall, Marsha 50,56,65,66, 180
Halloway, Anna 117,202
g:i',if'D?f,g1g42o1 Hallstrom, Carl 202
Gamm Kam, 164 Hembiin, cena 64, 165,37
Gauer,, Don 164, 91 Hamblin, Joanna 180
Gauthier Jim 164 Hamilton: Jane 47i56i65i202f118
Gaytan, 'Levi 201 Hamilton, Julia 165
Hamlin, Dale 74, 180
Hamm, Marilyn 55,202
Hamm, Steven 78, 165, 86
Hamm, William 165,100
Hammarstedt, Cheryl 165
Hamza, Rhomda 180
Hanawalt, Mark 180
Hanawalt, Pam 202
Hancock, Amy 165
Hancock, Lynn 180
Hancock, Randy 28,65, 202, 118
Hancock, Ronald 67, 165
Hancock, Tressa 180
Hanks, Dennis 202
Hansen, Christy 180
Hansen, Deborah 165
Hanson, Steven 56, 93, 165
Hanzlik, Hillarie 161,180
Harper, Ruth 142
Harbison, Donny 165
Harrington, Sandra 202
Harrington, Steve 165,103
Harris, Alfred 50, 78,165, 100
Harris, Eula 135
Harris, Richard 165,102,86
Harris, Wesley 180
Harrison, Della 202
Harrison, Marion 165
Harry, Christine 202
Harry, Fanette 202
Hartman, Gayle 165
Harvey, Francine 165
Harville, Barbara 180,50
Harville, Billy 165, 52, 78
Hastings, Susan 180
Hatch, Brenda 165
Hatch, Mark 180,66
Hathcock, Dale 180
Hathcock, Ike 180
Hathcock, Kathleen 165,50
Hawkins, Jonathan 165
Hawkins, Joe 78
Hawkins, Richard 145
Hawkins, Royce 165
Haws, Randy 180,97
Hayes, Brenda 165
Hays, Stephanie 165
Health, Bobby 165,50
Heap, Marilyn 180,46
Heasty, Tom 65,92,180
Heath, Gary 180
Heather, Steve 52,180
Hees, Debbie 65, 202
Heimer, Robin 180
Heitz, Paula 165
Heitz, Sandra 165
Helmley, Toni 50,58, 180
Helton, Brenda 50, 106, 107, 202
Hemesath, Betsy 52, 202
Hemphill, Larry 180,100
Henderson, Storm 18,21,202
Henderson, Torg 162, 165, 169
Hendrickson, Mary 66, 202
Hendrickson, Victor 180
Hendrix, Rodney 44,45,65,66,
Holloway, Anna 52
Holmes, Becky 166
Holt, Becky 166
Huber, Darrell 204
Hubler, Amy 104,166
Huerta, Sylvia 166
Hom, Linda 46,5O,51, 54,181
Hom, Richard 114, 116, 203, 100
Hom, Rosie 50,61,166
Honetschlager, Lorey 181
Honetschlager, Kathe 57, 181
Hooper, Frances 203
Horkey, Ramona 54,67, 166
Horn, Jacque 51,166
Horn, Jan 32, 33,46,62, 204
Horn, Steve 166
Horner, Larry 204
House, Randy 181
Houser, Chris 28,47,60,116, 204,
Houser, Tassey 51, 166
Howard, Kenneth 166
Howard, Lila 204
Howard, Lucinda 54, 181
Howell, Charles Lee 140,141
Hoyt, Linda 166
Huber, Darrell 204, 100
Hubler, Amy 104,166
Hudson, Frank 153
Huerta, Sylvia 166
Huerta, Virginia 204
Huff, Jaynee 181
Huff, John 181
Huffaker, Joyce 142
Huffaker, steve 22, 27, 48, 74, 112,
125, 204, 118
Hughes, Barbra 46, 166
Hughes, Mark 98, 166
Hughes, Randolph 181
Hughes, Shirley 46,50,181
Huish, Steve 44, 45, 74, 204, 100
Hummer, Cliff 49,50, 204
Humphrey, G. 132
Humphrey, Mike 204
Hunsaker, Alan 166
Hunsaker, Evelyn 140,141
Hunsaker, Gary 78, 166
Hunsaker, Kathleen 28, 47, 204
Hunt, Debra 181
Hunt, Jeanette 166
Hurd, Barbra 181
Hurlbut, Andrea 54, 166
Hutzel, Janet 60, 177, 204
Ikeda, Kathy 166
Ikeda, Steven 82, 204, 100
Ingalls, Burt 66, 204
Ingalls, Warren 66,181
Ingram, Jeff 204
Ingram, Mark 181
Ingram, Sean 166
Irvine, Lorna 64,166
Isaacs, Carol nn 204
Johnson, Johny 204
Johnson, Joyce 205
Johnson, Kris 54,181
Johnson, Kim 166,181
Johnson, McKay 59, 166, 100
Johnson, Melvin 205
Johnson, Michael 40, 65, 158, 166,
Johnson, Pamela 166
Johnson, Peggy 66, 182
Johnson, Peter 58, 205
Johnson, Robert 58, 205
Johnson, Sue 205
Johnson, Sylvia 166
Johnson, Diana 166
Johnson, Patrick 166
Johnston, Myrlene 140, 141
Johnstun, Donald 182
Jones, Bob 166,182
Jones, Carmen 51, 166,
Jones, Debbie 205
Jones, Donald 166
Jones, Donald 182
Jones, Dtmcan 166
Jones, Francis 205
Jones Janis 182
Jones, Jay Dean 142
Jones, Ken 205
Jones, Kenneth 182
Jones, Leslie 205
nda 50, 205, 91
Jones, Marjory 182
Jones, Melinda 182
Jones, Meludy 166,182
Jones, Randy 182
Jones, Salma 166
Jones, Sandi 182
Jones, Susan 47,51, 205
Jorgensen, John 182
Juan, Darayne 48,205
Juan, Joe 78,166
yrnond 48, 74, 1
Judd, Larry 154
Kalb, Ed 166
h, Janice 55,182
Kapanicas, Alan 52, 182
Karr, Marilyn 32, 33,46,61, 112,
Karseboom, Richard 166
m, Susan 205
r, Debbie 205
r, Rey 149
Kear, Peggy Ann 67, 182
Kearns, Cathy 166
Kearns, James 100,166
Kearns, Joan 182
Keller, Odell 140,141
Keller, Rick 166
Keller, Robert 205, 100
Kelley, Joyce 51,55,64
Lanford, Helen 51, 206
Lanford, Jim 167
Langfitt, Jeannine 54, 182
Langford, James 167
Langvardt, David 54, 167
Langvardt, Steve 178,103
Larry, Robert 182
Larson, Craig 59,182
Larson, Liana 66,182
Larson, Pam 182
Laurie, David 49,167
Lawton, Jim 182
LaVenture, Don 138
Layton, Brant 52, 66,116,182
Le Baron, Christi 50,51, 167
Leaf, Kris 55, 104, 206
Leason, Leslie 182
Leavitt, Gaylene 54, 182
Leavitt, Karen 98, 167
Lee, Ralph 148
Lemoine, Mike 206
Lenhart, Charles 206
Lenhart, Dennis 206
Lenhart, Richard 182
Leppla, Mary 167
Leslie, Cheryl 50,63, 182
Lessor, Donald 63, 182
Lesueur, Charles 30, 31,206
Lewis, Curtis 206
Lewis, Debby 182
Lewis, Debrah 23,167, 168
Lewis, Geraldine 182
Lewis, Valarie 140,141
Lewis, Glen 182
Lewis, Linda 206
Lewis, Lynelle 206
Lewis, Raymond 182,100
Lewis, Sharon 167
Lidback, Denise 167
Lilenquist, Joan 167
Lillo, Steve 82, 100
Lilly, Rod 48, 74,167,100
Linder, Warren 6
Lindtiegen, Susan 167
Lingana, Chris 206
Lingana, Paul 167
Lint, Kareri 206
Lint, Kristine 48
Liska, Otis 182
Lisonbee,, Alvern 148
Lisonbee, 'Carol 64, 67, 182
Lisonbee, Joan 164
Lisonbee, Kathy 66
Lisonbee, Ronnie 167
Lisonbee, Russel 44,45,65,206
Lisonbee, Steve 182
Little, M.C. 206
Little, Sharon 167
Livingston, Doris 62,66, 206
Lloyd, Joe 157
Logan, Mike 80, 183
Long, Cynthia 167
Long, Elaine 57, 183
Long, Frances 183
Long, Zella 167
94, 202, 40
Henshall, Kathy 21,65, 112, 117,
Henson, Ronnie 180
Henthorn, Karen 180
Henze, Bill 165
Hernandez, Linda 165
Hernandez, Mary 165
Isley, Marilyn 46, 112, 204
Isley, Pat 204
Iverson, Laurie 166
Kristoff, Linda 49, 64, 166
Herrick, Susan 143
Herst, Gene 144
Hess, Mark 165
Hestand, John 54,58,59,117, 180,
Hester, David 180
Hetchler, Marti 203
Heywood, Clayton 78,165,100
Hiatt, Janet 64, 165
Hicks, Betty 165
Higgins, Diane 180
Higgins, Margaret 67, 203
High, Virginia 165
Higley, Irene 165
Higley, Marilyn 203
Hikida, Marilyn 64, 165
I-Iilker, Henery 52, 203
Hill, Charles 181
Hill, Danina 165
Hill, Linda 203
Hillman, Frankie 74
Hillman, Richard 50, 181
Hilton, Steve 52,66, 116, 181
Hines, Philip 165,91
Hines, Steve 74, 203,91
Hinton, Doris 165
Hirstius, James 166
Hirstius, Kathy 203
Hitchcock, Dawn 181
Hite, Thomas 166
Hixon, Sandra 166
Hodge, Leslie 181
Hoerig, Barbara 203
Hoffman, Chris 166
Hogue, Gary 50, 181
Hogue, Greg 203
Hogue, Stew 25, 27,48,74,75,77,
1-logue, Tom 48,50,78,66, 171,86
Holbrook, Roy 203
Holland, Mark 203
Andy 166, 90
Mike 82, 181,100
J Gary 48, 204
Jacquet, Ellen 166
Jaimes, Delia 138
Jamerson, Charles 166,103
James, Dennis 166
James, Myrna 48,181
Jannasch, Fred 63, 181
Janne, Marcy 66, 181
Jarocha, Pauls 49,54,63,66
Jarvey, Neil S6,94, 181
Jarvis, Randy 94, 204, 205, 90
Jarvis, Sheila 50, 166
Jefferson, Curtis 74
Jenmns, James 59, 92, 181, 118
Jennings, Debbie 108, 117,204
Kelley, Lynn 57, 205
Kelley, Bill 48,205
Kelso, Anna lou 182
Kempton, Brad 166
Kempton, Kathi 166
Keppel, Ann 50, 166, 172
Kerr, John 94,182
Kerr, Susan 46, 51, 52, 205
Keys, Cobina 182
Keyworth, Glenda May 182
Kiely, Jeff 51, 116,205, 121
Kilbourne, Debbie 56,64, 166
Kilbourne, R. 132
King, Nathaniel 166
Longbottom, Norm 183
Lopez, Belinda 55, 167
Lopez, Manuel, 74,206
Lopez, Orlando 167
Lopez, Rolanco 74, 183
Lopez, Sarah 51
Lopresti, Harry 80, 167, 37, 86
Kizer, Joey 182
Kleiner, David 80,182
Knight, Becky 56, 182
Knotts, Dean 182
Knowles, Paul 166
Koch, Darlene 60, 182
Koch, Maxine 134
Kohler, Joe 48, 74, 206
Kokanovich, Jon 48, 63, 206
Kolsrud, Scott 80, 182
Kowal, Sandy 51,58,182
Krasowski, Barry 206
Krauel, Sandra 49,67,182
, Gordon 166
Jensen, Jacalyn 181
Barbara 64, 181
Jimenez, Ernie 204
Johannson, Candace 49,62,
John, Gary 181
Johns, Robert 181
Betty 59, 181
Debra 64, 181
Gail 204, 209
Mardi 104, 105
Jane 50, 166
Kroeger, Bruce 94, 182
Kroeger, Gary 206
Kronwald, Mary 166
Kulculies, Frederick 206
Kul-culies, Randall 44,82,166,100
Ktutz, Anne 182
Kusek, Geri 206
Laasch, Cynthia 48,206
Labrier, Linda 46,50,57,182
Lacey, Denise 182
Lafrenz, Cindy 166
Lahaie, Vicki 55, 166
Laliberte, Debby 206
Laliberte, Lynnette 137,182
Lamoreaux, Donald 206
Lamphere, Linda 167
Lamphere, Richard 44, 206, 100
Lopresti, Lynn 46, 108, 206
Loquidis, Joan 206
Loquidis, Linnea 50, 167
Lord, Ruth 167
Lott, Karen 50, 183
Lott, Lori 104
Louie, Jeff 50,206
Louis, John 153
Loveall, Linda 167
Lovelady, Douglas 167
Lovett, B. 132
Lowe, Larry 58,167
Luciani, Dorthy 139
Lucke, David 80, 183,90
Lugo, Michael 82,167
Lukehart, Ricky 82, 167, 100
Lurnbert, Ben 183
Lunt, Max 152,153
Lybrand, Vance 78
Lynde, Carol 55,62,216,118
Lynn, Alan 207
Lynn, Kenneth 183
Lynn, Patricia 183
Lyons, Melissa 167,51
Lyons Mikie 183,232,118
Maas, Leona 142
Mabee, George 52, 167
Mac Donald, Karen 167
MacDonald, Allan 167,78
MacDonald, Mary 55, 207
MacDowell, Peggy 167
Mace, Spencer, 207
Macias, Lily 55, 207, 91
Macias, Orlando 167
Macias, Leonard 54, 183
Macko, Maureen 62, 164, 167
Madsen, Jared 116,207
Madsen, Susan 58, 183
Madueno, Alfred 167
Magdaleno, Fedel 183
Magnusson, Kevin 74,77, 183, 91
Magnusson, Lorraine 46,5O, 183
Mahoney, Danny 167
Makil, Bonnie 51,183
Makil, Ivan 67,207
Malecha, Karen 161,167
Malecha, Roxane 183
Malecha, Stephen 207
Malherbe, Rhonda 183
Malherbe, Rita 167
Malherbe, Charles 47
Malone, Carol 50, 167
Malone, Joseph 183
Manderscheid, David 183
Mandese, Christina 67, 167
Manriquez, Mary 134
Manuel, Royce 183
Manuel, Venita 48, 183
Meisgeier, Joyce 52,208
Mejia, Juana 208
Melander, David 208
Melcher, Dave 208
Mendez, David 48,50,74, 78, 167,
Mendoza, Ronald 35, 50, 65, 74,
Mendoza, Teresa 167
Meraz, Edrnundo 54
Meredith, Jamie 184
Merkel, Karen 168
Merkley, Craig 51, 168
Ron 80, 168
Steve 50,65, 78,168, 100
Susan 112, 38,184
Nansen, Jerry 94, 168
Navarrete, Alice 55,210
Navarrete, Nora 54, 168
Naylor, Katherine 210
Neel, Patricia 210
Neely, Deborah 168
Neely, Gary 63,210
Nell, Regina 185
Nelson, Kathleen 168
Nelson, Willard 66, 100, 185
Nesbitt, Deborah 51,108, 117, 210,
Nesbitt, James 78, 94, 168
Nesmith, Mike 168
Neverdahl, Bruce 210
Newell, Jim 168
Newton, Samuel 80,168
Nez, Sam 50, 82,168,100
Nicholas, Walter 98, 210
Nichols, Carol 50, 185
Patten, Robbie 82,100,186
Patterson, Cherie 67,49,50, 169
Patterson, Kenneth 169
Patterson, Susan 169
Pavich, Mike 211
Payne, Arthur 211
Pazan, Lucinda 54, 186
Pearce, Debra 67, 169
Pearce, Katherine 50, 169
Pearson, Deborah 169
Peel, Diana 169
Peete, Willie 74,78,102
Pell, Terri 211
Pen, April 54,169
Marin, Rose 169
Mariscal, Lupe 55, 167
Mariscal, Mary 55, 183
Mar iscal ,
, Teresa 30,50, 167
Martin, Glenda 167
Martin, Judith 183
Martin, Kevin 183
Martin, Robert 77, 79, 183
Martin, Shiela 62,66,112,16O,167
Martin, Sherry 183
Martin, Arrel 66, 96, 97, 183
Martineau, Gail 167
Martineau, Kathleen 48, 207
Barbara 51, 55, 167
Metcalf, Beth 184
Meyers, Charlene 64, 67, 184
Michael, Ronnie 208
Michaud, Barbara 64, 184
Miguel, Carol 168
Milano, Mila 61,208
Milburn, Debbie 168
Miles, Marietta 43, 64, 209
Miles, Bob 92,208
Miller, Clett 145
Miller, Janice 47, 168
Miller, Jean 184
Miller, Jeff 55,65, 168
Charles 168, 90
Peggy 67, 185
Craig 44, '3,62,82, 117,
Nielsen, Kent 26
Nielsen, Paula 168,104
Nielson, Karla 27,46,112,125,
203, 210, 118
Nielson, Raymond 141,140
Nielson, Stanford 18,56, 168, 86
Stephen 98, 168
Nill, Diana 47,66, 185
Nixen, Nacho 185
Martinez, Carmelita 48, 207
Martinez, Daniel 167,90
Martinez, Frank 183
Martinez, Hector 44, 45, 207, 91
Martinez, Mary 167
Martinez, Pete 55,183
Maser, Michael 183
Mason, Peggy 64,167,191
Mason, Steven 207
Massey, David 63,207
Mastin, Kristie 183
Mata, Lilia 183
Mata, Rudy 183
Mathena, Leesa 207
Matheny, Jo Lynn 66, 207
Mathis, Ricky 207
Matsumoto, Mary 51,55,61,183
Mathews, Shirley 207, 91
Mattingly, Susan 207
Mattison, Marjie 208
Maigighan, Laree 30, 31, 47, 58, 67,
Mayfield, Vera 140,141
Mayne, Doug 60, 208
Mayo, Steve 167
MC Anlis, Fred 167
MC Anlis, Shirley 48,50, 208
MC Bath, Lynette 67, 183
MC Call, Kathy SS, 167
MC Clelland, Debbie 208
MC Clelland, Gerald 74
MC Clelland, Jim 18,6S, 74, 183,
Mc coiiough, Linda s8,6z,117,
MC Cormick, Theresa 167
MC Crea, Bryce 54,55,183
MC Crite, Brenda 167
MC Crite, Russell 184
MC Culla, Dusty 208
MC Culla, Rusty 208
MC Demiott, Barbara 208
MC Donald, Charlie 74
MC Donald, Marilyn 64, 167
MC Donnell, Tim 208
MC Dowell, Bill 184
MC Dowell, Ellen 208
MC Dowell, Rosemary 167
MC Farland 184
MC Gown, Judy 51,S7,184
MC Graw, Cheryl 58, 208
MC Griff, Sonja 49
MC Guire, Ferry 184
MC lntyre, Mike 167
MC Intyre, Patricia 208
MC Kay, Jeanne 50,67, 167
MC Kay, Joan 65,67, 208
Miller, John 209
Miller, Judy 168
Miller, Leslie 184
Miller, Marilyn 184
Miller, Margaret 47
Miller, Margaret 136
Miller, Joyce 47,67
Miller, Michael 54,184
Miller, Peggy 64, 184
Miller, Scott 184
Miller, Shirley 55, 209
Miller, Yvonne 55,64
Miller, Vicky 184
Millet, Daryl 209
Millett, Daniel 78,167,100
Millett, Leslie 209
Milligan, Dennis 97, 184
Mills, Marie 18, 21, 39,184
Miranda, Ester 184
Miranda, Jorge 50, 74, 116, 209
Mitchell, Richard 59, 92, 117, 184
Mine, Bill 184
Moffat, Marti S6
Moffatt, Park 184
Montgomery, Donald 168
Moon, Diana 209
Moon, Becky 63, 184
Moore, Brenda 209
Moore, Jeannie 184
Mary 5O,67, 184
Sidney 52, 168
William 78, 168
Elaine 58, 184
Barbara 54, 168
MC Kenna, Mark 184
McLain, Brenda 208
McLain, Santee 184
McLaughlin, Jim 44,45,52,56,
McLaws, Mike 184
McLellan, Trenna 50, 184
McMahon, Patricia 184
McNair, Cathy 167
McNaughton, Austin 78
McQuate, Tory 104, 208
McQuown, Carey 208
McQuown, Peggy 167
McRorie, Susan 104,208,120
McWilliams, Dusty 58, 90, 184
Mead, Barry 167
Mead, Shirley 145
Mead, Tracy 50, 52, 74,208
Meadows, Naomi 184
Meinicke, Grant 208
Meisgeier, Jadene 51, 167
Morgan, Debi 184
Morris, Kathy 49, 209
Morris, Ken 145
Morrison Ann 185
Morrison, Richard 49, 185
Morrison, Steven 44, 92, 209
Mosley, Tom 168
Motes, David 168
Motes, Larry 209
Mott, David 209
Mottem, Daniel 98, 168
Mottinger, Linda 209
Mounts, Frank 145
Mountz, Kenneth 78, 168, 90
Mower, Dick 209
Mower, Dorothy 185
Moyers, Raymond 52, 185
Mueller, Richard 168
Mullins, Darrell 48,52,183,100,
Mullins, Mike 210,102
Munger, Sydney 168
Muniz, Yolanda 155,185
Munk, Christine 210
Munoz, Jose 168
Munoz, Mary 168
Munoz, Yolanda 132
Murdock, Corina 50,64
Murdock, Moneta 58, 108, 168,
Murray, Michael 168
Murrietta, Edward 82, 168, 100
Murrietta, Patricia 185
Murrietta, Michael 168
Musacchio, Andrew 210
Myers, Dan 185
Myers, Nancy 185
Myers, Ricky 168
Naegle, Vicki 185
Nitzel, Patricia 49,210
Noble, Nancy Ann 64, 210
Noel, Denny 168
Nohava, Greg 210
Nole, G. 135
Norman, Francis 149
Nugent, Debra 49, 168
O'Banner, Dorsey 74, 210, 100
O'Connell, Barry 185
o'D0nna1, Melvin 2s,65, 210, 119,
Ober, Patrick 185
Oberle, Mitzi 54, 168
Obershaw, Iris 66, 116, 210
Obley, Debora 168
Ochoa, Dalia 185
Odom, Debbie 40,185
Odom, Mary 54
O'Gara, Ron 80, 168
Oldenburg, Shirley 29, 50, 106, 91,
Olmstead, Tom 185
Olson, Audrey 185
Olsson, Linda 58,117, 185
Olivis, Diann 58, 185
Orr, Douglas 29, 50, 55, 185
Orr, Patricia 11, 12,54
Orrantia, Al 168
Ortega, Alexander 50, 211, 102
Ortega, Rick 78, 103,91
Ortiz, Anna 212
Ortiz, Denise 65, 168
Ortiz, Grace 55, 168
Ortlund, Robert 211
Osborne, Joseph 58, 168
Osif, Karen 168
Ostberg, Jayne 57, 168
O'Toole, Cindy 58, 186
Owen, Kathleen 64, 168
Owens, Debbie 185
Owley, Nicki 50,51, 168
Oxendale, Thomas 168,100
Pace, Jon 49,55, 185
Pace, Mark 102,185
Pace, Mike 102,185
Pace, Monica 52,211
Packard, Kim 168,100
Packard, Terry 168
Packer, Jeff 80, 185
Padelford, Karen 50, 168
Pen, Kathy 186
Pena, Maria 211
Pena, Robert 186
Pena, Yolanda 211
Craig 24,44,4S,1S5, 211
st, Kathleen 55,169
Mark 169, 103
John 211, 186
Dave 211, 100
Greg 48, 50, 98, 165, 169
Jack 58, 80, 186
Patrick 48, 211
Roy 98, 212
Steve 48, 98, 186
Pesacreta, Bauerly 186
Brian 169, 90
Ed 140, 141
Dan 74, 186
Kathy 66,67, 186
Leo 52, 153
Leslie 50,80, 169
Paul 67, 169
Paula 50, 106, 108, 212
Scott 98, 212
Petrie, Jeff 169,197
Petty, Dean 67, 212
Pew, John 50,159,119,186
Pew, Ralph 78, 112, 160, 169, 172,
Phelps, Phelps 186
Phelps, Scott 67
Phelps, RoseAnn S8,66, 212
Piamann, Sue Ann 169
Pico, Joe 74,78, 147
Pilgram, Sherri 30,169
mee, Many iss
Pipes, Janet 143
Pirch, Suzzie 50, 56,64,16S, 169, 3
Pitts, Stan 169
Plamann, Sue Ann 169
Platt, Steven 212
Pogue, David 169
Polkus, Joe 186
Poleo, Anne, 64,186
Polkus, Kathy 186
Pomeroy, Pat 112,135
Pomeroy, Rollie 212
Pomeroy, Wendy 106, 169, 37
Poor, Robin 50,58,169
Alfano 82, 211,100
Mary Lou 185
Larkin 97, 191
Parker, Doug 48,56,6S,78, 168,
Parker, Pati 186
Poppy, Gary 52, 169
Portee, Leslie 169
Porter, Dennis 186
Porter, Linda 186
Porter, Michele 169
Potts, Nancy 66, 186
Powell, Donna 212
Power, Lyle 44,4S,48,55, 74, 212,
Pozar, Judy 48, 212
Prestor, Joey 186
Preisch, Kathleen 55, 108, 91, 186
Price, Danette 186
Price, Pegge 62,118,187
Price, Melanie 169
Price, Roger 212
Price, Bill 65, 169
Parker, Robert 78, 168
Parra, Henrietta SS, 186
Parra, Innocente 55,168
Parra, Richard 186
Parra, Tony 169
Pase, Susan 50, 186
Passey, Larry 186
Patrick, Sharon 211
Prichard, Sandra 169
Prickett, Lance 74, 183, 91,187
Prince, Janene 106, 169
Prince, Patty 33,56,63,106,108,
Provencio, Irene 150,169
Pultz, Jim 212
Pultz, Robert 57
Quintanares, Joe 80, 169, 90
Racine, Carol 169
Rader, Archie 157
Ralls, Raymond 169
Craig 74, 94, 186
Rang, Vicky 50, 55, 186
Kathy 49,54, ss, 186
Rans, Patty 59,136,186
Rasch, Victor 187
Rasmussen, Diane 51, 169
Rasmussen, Robert 187
Raudman, Susan 55, 169
Rawls, Walter 187
Ray, Bruce 66, 187
Ray, Clifford 169,90
Ray, Juanita 169
Ray, Lavema 169
Ray, Marlene 212
Ray, Melody 187
Ray, Rhonda 50,212
Ray, Rod 212
Ray, Sharon 64, 169
Raymond, Jean 169
Razo, Robert 187
Reed, David 49, 169
Reed, llene 187
Reed, Kaye 118
Reed, Lynette 167, 187
Reed, Mary 51,169
Reed, Rodney 54,169, 212
Reed, Sharon 212
Reeder, David 62, 212
Reeder, Phyllis 169
Reedy, Rebecca 212
Reese, Gary 187
Reeser, Linda 143
Reheis, Dan 65, 169
Reichart, David 44, 187
Reichart, Teresa 212
Reid, Erv 98,148
Reiland, Linda 169
Reisland, Dave 187
Reisland, William 169
Respass, Sarah 169
Respass, William 50,
Rhein, Karen 169 141
Richardson, Jorth 149
Richardson, Nora 117,212
Richmond, Duare 143
Richmond, Jimmie 140,1
Ricks, Allan 58, 66, 94, 187
Ricks, Janet 64, 169
Riena, Antonio 169
Riggs, David 18,32,48,56,62,
178, 102, 187
Riggs, Kent 187
Riggs, Peter 169
Riley, Pat 108,212,120
Mike 100, 187
Rivenburgh, Al is 187
Christy 50, 169
Roark, Jackie 47, 213
, Marian 187
Robbins, Patty 62, 117, 123
Robedeau, Cecelia 187
Robedeau, Delores 170
Roberts, David 65, 94, 170
Elane 63,64, 191,187
Kristen 47,63, 213
Steven 65, 170
, Bob 213
Robertson, Margaret 66, 104, 116,
Robertson, Sylvia 57, 60, 187
Vema 140, 141
Robinette, Bruce 187
Robins, Peggy 187
, Debbie 51,170
Robinson, Sandra 108,2l3,91
Robles, Delia 55,187
Robles, Virginia 187
Derma so, s6,6s, 187
Job sz, 170,100
Rodman, Susan 58
ez, Ana 187
e, Ena 187
ez, Irene 55,213
Rodriguez, Madlen 46
Rodriguez, Mary 187
Rodriguez, Olivia Sl, 170
Roe, Sig 187
Rogers, Clarree 58, 187
Rogers, Gary 213
Rogers, Janet S8,64,170
Rogers, Janice 213
Rogers, Pommie 112, 174, 187
Rogers, Gina 56, 170
Rockey, JoAnn 170
Rokey, Roxann 170
Roler, Marilyn 187
Rollins, Julie 65,67, 187
Romero, Hector 170
Rosales Willie 213
Ross, Becky 213
Rossing, Sonny Sl,65,213
Rowan, David 213
Rowe, David 44,45,50,66,82,213
Rowc, Ric 187
Rowe, Sonja 50
Rowley, Lynn 170
Rowley, Mark 99, 116, 187
Rowley, Penny 187
Rowney, Babe 170
Row, Sig 52
Roy, Phyllis 170
Rudd, Gevan 80, 187
Rudd, Tobin 78, 170, 103
Rugg, Charlie 67,187
Ruiz, Lorenzo 214,102
Rush, Cynthia 52, 214
Rush, Joan 187
Rush, Rhonda 170
Rush, Rojane 104,187
Russell, Leonard 214
Russell, Sandra 170
Russo, Kip 52,214
Ryan, Terry 170
Ryder, Charles 48,56, 214, 102
Sabin, Dennis 187
Safford, Debbie 187
Sager, Debra 57, 187
Salamone, Donald 65, 187
Salas, Robert 214
Salazar, Cathrlne 170
Saldana, Soieia 140,141
Samora, Patty 170
Sampzon, Belva 170
Samsill, Darleen 170
Sanchez, Norma 55,60, 117, 214
Sanchez, Roxanne 170
Sanchez, Ruben 78, 170
Sanders, Janis 187
Sargent, Barbara 214
Satterlee, Charlotte 51, 170
Satterlee, Phil 187
Saunders, Brian 170
Saunders, Elliott 214
Savage, Kris 187
Scannell, Timothy 143
Schaeffer, Tom 65, 187
Schafer, Lawrence 214
Schake, Colleen 214
Schepflin, Sherry 51, 170
Schilt, Aunalee 170
Schilt, Mike 214
Schlarbaum, Sue 50,70,161, 168,
Schlarbaum, Max 154, 102, 103
Schmitt, Karma 50, 170
Schnepf, Victoria 50, 170
Schooler, Neil 170
Schoonover, Paula 52,214
Schreiner, Kenneth 49
Schuckert, Bill 170
Schuller, Lynette 52,214
Schultz, Mildred 140,141
Schultz, Paul 170,90
Schultz, Steven 170
Schumacher, Terry 170
Schurig, Irma 50, 170
Schutte, Sherry 214
Schwalbe, Kathy 46,50,51,61,64,
Schweers, Dave 18, 4-4,45,84, 117,
214, 102, 103
Schwehr, William 187
Schweitner, Shirley 140, 140
Scott, Jill 188
Scott, Joe 188
Scott, Elaine 50, 187
Scofield, Larry 187
Scott, Myron 66, 94, 117, 187
Scott, Richard 170
Searles, Stogy 170
Seaton, Lynn 170
Sebring, Monty 52,78, 170
Seely, Carrie 52,214
Segard, Dianne 214
Seidle, Barbara 214
Seidle, Jan 51,58,188
Senich, Basil 170
Senich, Wllifred 170
Senn, Timothy 170
Sennett, Monica 188
Seota, Faithe S0,59,170
Sevey, Vaunie 14, 32, 33,60, 108,
Senate, Erea 140,141
Shaffer, Vicki 188
Shane, Jim 49, 214
Sharp, David 52, 170
Shaw, Becky 214
Shearman, Bonnie 214
Shearman, Shirley 188
Sheets, Morrison 214
Shelley, Clifford 96,97, 188
Shelley, Jana 63,66, 188
Shelley, Marlene 48, 214
Shepherd, Dorothy 170
Shepherd, Sue 52, 214
Sherrill, Teresa 214
Sherwood, Dan 140,141
Sherwood, Linda 214
Shields, Chris 50,74, 181, 188
Shields, Dennis 27, 48, 56, 74,112,
125, 119, 102
Shields, Jean 132
Shill, Ginger 188
Shill, Michael 65, 170, 103
Shill, Rosemary 50, 51, 170
Shindledecker, Ruth 50, 170
Shinn, Rodney 50,215
Shipton, Gracie 188
Shively, Nancy 170
Shockman, Paul 66, 118,188
Short, Dean 140, 141
Shouse, Dorothy 144
Shrader, Steve 170
Shumard, Gregory 215
Shumard, Ned 170
Schumway, Lucy 104, 170
Shupe, Gaylene 58, 170
Shupe, Sandra 78, 79, 188
Shurtz, Ken 188
Shupe, Thelma 58, 188
Silva, Celeste 188
Simmons, Dave 188
Sink, Cathy 170
Siervogel, Susan 188
Sipes, John 170,90
Sipes, William 49, 215
Sirrine, Dennis 188
Sirrine, Linda 170
Sizemore, Melvin 134
Skaggs, Floyd 170
Skillman, Theresa 188
Skinner, John 58, 188
Skogland, Janet 46, 188
Skousen, Jenny 100,170
Skousen, Mary 140,141
Slade, Ken 57, 90, 188
Slade, Sharon 215
Steiner, Rae Lynne 66, 189
Stephens, Sally 50,51, 60, 117, 189
Stephenson, Grif 151
Stephenson, Janet 104, 171
Stephenson, Richard 74, 215
Andrea 63, 66,215
Carolyn 57, 189
Janet 171, 215
Steve 80, 188
Slade, Wayne 148
Janet 58,67, 188
Smalley, Jerry 170
Cathy 48, 50,188
David 86, 188
Donnid so, 116, 215, 120
Fred 67, 164, 215
Jackie 50, 188
James 66, 170
Jesse 65,7-1, 215, 1oo
Ken 170, 103, 188
Lana 63,s1, 215
Lynn 23, 74
Richard 171, 100
Sharon 51,S2, 215
n, Richard 171
n, Monty 188
Soto, Tony 188
Souhrada, Judy 171
d, Kent 170,171
Southadr L 1 71
Stiles, Susan 171
Stimson, Mark 171
Stinchcomb, Laurie 171
Stinchcomb, Lynn 189
Stockdale, Bobby 104,105,215
Stockton, Eliza 171
Stockton, Delilah 189
Stolk, Karen S4,62,117, 216
Stolk, Russell 50,94, 171
Stone, Deborah 46,58,112,216,
Stone, Helen 140,141
Stortz, Helen 146
Stouffer, Catherine 171
Stouffer, Mike 48
Stover, Dean 65,171,103
Stover, Joyce 171
Strickland, Leslie 42, 44, 50, 216,
Suickler, Cindy 171
Strigas, Cindy 171
Strohmeyer, Cindy 55, 171
Strong, Chris 50,168, 171, 100
Suong, Mike 100
Stover, Wayne 189
Stumper, John 216
Stump, Mike 140,141
Sturm, Jerry 216
Sullivan, Kathy 143
Summer, Mike 171
Summers, Vannie 146
Sumpter, Scott 189
Suter, Leslie 47, 216
Sutton, Nadine 46,59,171
Swanty, Debbie 51, 52,189
Swanty, Mike 216
Sweat, Brenda 189
Sweighart, Marilyn 216
Swlnehart, Gary 189
Swinehart, Eddie 189
Szafraciec, Joy 29, 189
Tacho, Gloria 171
Tackett, Rae 171
Taggart, Pamela 165,171
Talerico, Mary 216
Talley, Cathy 216
Talraas, Debra 54, 187
Tate, Tawni 171
David 52, 216
Dwight 98, 189
Jerry 52, 171
Leo 49, 216
Nancy 56,116, 216, 120
Tefft, Olin 216
Tennyson, Lavinia 50
Tennyson, Thomas 171
Thacker, Sharon 66, 189
Thackeray, Dennis 216,100
Southerland, Shiela 63, 215
Sowards, Joe 29,52,66,80,188
Sparks, Roxanne 137
Spaulding, Everett 171
Spaulding, Paul 188
Spavin, Shiela 52,215,217
Spencer, Debra 171
Sperry, Glenn 171
Sperry, La Verne 50,215
Spiel, Peter 65, 171
Springall, Janet 58, 189
Springall, Joyce 49,58, 189
Stahl, Kim 55,171
Stahl, Kippe 55,189
Standage, Peggy 64
Standage, Wayne 52, 189
Stansbury, Jerry 97
Stapley, Gary 65,95, 98,169,171
Stapley, Keith 143
Tharp, David 171
lvie 51, 147
Thorne, Nancy 50, 171
Craig 171, 100
Helen 140, 141
Larry 52, 189
Linda 51, 189
Steve 82, 100
1 171, 172
Stapley, Rena 189
Stapley, Terry 65,215
Stauffer, chip zs, 27,4
Stauffer, John 94,111
Stechni, Stefan 52, 189
Steele, Andrea 66,116, 215
sfeffey, Dean 34,44,4S,S2,55,
, Wayne 52,56, 80,189
stein, Brian 51,147
4, 45, 74,
Thorpe, William 171,100
Thorson, Teela 189
Thurber, Kathleen 134
Thurber, Patricia 46,64, 189
Tibbit, Ric 189
Tice, Charlyn 171
Tice, Dale 216,65, 100
Tiffany, Dale 44,189
Tiffany, Kathe 216,61
Tihany, George 147
Timmons, Mark 171,54,S8, 117
Tipotsch, Don 189
Titcomb, Barbara 216, 25
Titcomb, Edward 170, 17l,48,78,
65, 37, 103
Tobey, Greg 171,78
Tobin, Carolyn 50, 189
Todd, Claudette 171
Tolman, Janet 216,47,117,112
Tolman, Reed 162,171,216,97,
Tolton, Robert 171
Tom, Alan 189
Tomlin, John 91, 189
Tompkins, Robert 74, 102, 189
Tone, Alan 189
Tone, Carol 52, 189
Toone, Garth 66, 94, 90,189
Torrez, Edward 216
Totten, Ed 190
Towe, Claudia 171
Towe, Tom 216,74
Townsend, Jerry 216,48
Traynor, Robert 217
Trent, Debbie 171
Treptow, Gary 171,80
Teptow, Jeff 190
Trevizo, Clara 216
Trevizo, Robert 171,78
Trigg, Sandra 132
Triplett, Connie 190
Trischella, Gary 190
Trlschella, Sharon 217
Trouunan, Jack 32,5l,52,217
Tryon, Beth 64,217
Tryon, Doris 171
Tryon, Kent 171
Tryon, Linda 171
Tsinagine, Lena 190
Tryon, Robert 49,217
Tsosie, Rose 217
Tucker, Barbara 47, 49, 58 , 217
Tucker, Linda 64, 190
Tucker, Bill 66
Tullos, Ann 54, 171
Turner, Charles 52, 190
Turner, Connie 171
Tutko, Becky 190
Tyler, Benson 171
Tyree, Susan 50
Uptain, Dallas 171
Uptain, Ester 54, 190
Uptain, Wanda 190
Uptegrove, Jeff 171
Upton, Janis 171
Urblna, Samuel 35, 48,112,171,
Urrea, Diane 64, 190
Valdez, Victor 217
Valentine, Lora 159
Valentine, Lynn 44,171,100
Valentine, Sharon 190
Valenzuela, Francis 190
Valenzuela, Joe 190
Vance, Michele 171
Vance, Sharon 64, 190
Walsh, Jacqueline 50, 172
Waltemeyer, Edward 172
Walters, Michelle 50,64, 172
Wamble, William 172
Wamsley, Lucinda 172
Ward, Buddy 172
Wamer, Shirley 64, 218
Warren, Randee 63, 190
Watkins, Norman 65, 218
Watson, Barbara 218
Watson, Carl 66, 190
Waison, Sandra 51, 108, 218
Watson, Tommy 5O,78, 172, 100
Watts, Patricia 27,46, 108,116,218
Weatherbee, Linda 172
Weatherford, James 172
Weaver, Betty 54
Webb, Carol 46,62,65, 106, 218
Webb, Danny 190
Webb, Jana 190
Webb, Julia 190
Weber, Barbara 172
Weber, Janice 46,218
Weese, Dennis 48, 74, 190
Weiman, Claudia 172
Welborn, Betty 172
Welch, Theresa 190
Welch, Brian 218
Wells, Paul 146
Wenger, Deb 190
Wessels, Barbara 172
West, Gary 190
West, Lonnie 190
Westbrook, Doug 172,90
Westbrook, Randy 190
Whatcott, Gaylen 44,54, 218
Whatcott, Kim 190
Whatcott, Tim 190
Whelan, Rebecca 172
Whetten, Kathleen 50, 218
Whipple, Val 172
Whippee, Virginia 140,141
Whisler, Lisa 18,21,52,64,190
Whisler, Robert 52
White, Barbara 218
White, Charles 140,141
White, Mitchel 218
White, Danny 19,44,45,74, 77,
White, Elizabeth 151
White, Pat 190
Whitely, Shirley 140,141
Whitely, Tamara 58,64, 178,118
Whitney, Roger 172
Wiggins, Andee 61, 190
Wiggins, Barbara 172
Wilke, Julie 172
Wilkins, Vemon 218, 102, 103
wiufs, G.o. 51,116,146
Willan, Kathy 50, 190
Willan, Peter 218
Willhite, Danny 218
Vanderjagt, James 50,55, 100, 190
Vanderjagt, John 55, 78, 171
VanLuchene, Joan 190
Vasquez, Ernest 78, 171
Vasquez, Sandra 171
Vaughn, Jonie 190
Vegh, Gary 217
Vegh, Larry 48, 217
Vensor, Donna 55, 172
Vensor, Eva 55
Vensor, Victor 172,55
Verdoorn, Thomas 172
Vetter, Estelle 217
Victorian, Harlan 172
Villicana, Martha 217
Vincent, Tony 190
Volkman, Cathy 190
Von Burg, Benita 172
Voss, Marla 217
Vovakes, Kim 57, 190
Vrana, Ralene 52
Vuorenrnaa, Eva 34,47,116, 117
Waddell, Bruce 80,94, 190
Waddell, 1111 25, 35, 46, 61, 66,
Waggoner, Robert 172
Wagner, Jim 78, 190
Wagner, Patti 190
Wagoner, Nancy 54,64, 217
Wahl, Markley 55, 190
Wakefield, Verda 190
Wakolee, Beverly 48, 190
Wakolee, Rosemary 172
Dorthory 67, 190
Gar 52 172
Marie 67, 218
Steven 65,82, 17
Thelma 66, 218
Williamson, Carol 190
Williamson, Colleen 55, 17
Williamson, Diana 190
Williamson, Jay 172
wiuis, Doris 190
Willis, Glade 218
Willis, Ronald 172, 78,65
wiuis, John 213, 94,4-1,45,
Willis, Keevin 80,100, 190
Willman, Ford 219
Wilrnarth, Bob 102,190
Wilson, Deborah 55, 190
Wilson, Jo 159
Wilson, Pam 219
Wilson, Reuben 191
Wilson, Asa 190
Wilson, Bill 172
Wilstead, Marilyn 66, 191
Wingert, Perry 219
Wlnick, Betty 172
Wintersteen, Mary 19l,63,
Wolta, Edith 138
Wolta, Robert 172,86
Wong, Bolin 172,46
wang, David 191
Wood, Barbara 219
Wood, Kathy 219
Wood, Melton 172,78,86
Wood, Peggy 219,65
Wood, Richard 172,67,94
Waldsrniih, Andrea s4,ss, 38,190
Walker, Christine 172
Walker, Marta 108,217,120
Walker, Randy 66, 190
Wallace, Linda 49,S8,67, 172
Wallace, Minott 47, 203, 217
Wallace, Steven 45, 94, 172
Walsh, Dale 218
Wood, Roy 191,133,214
Woods, Fred 25,74,94,88
Woods, Greg 172,58,65
Woods, Lynn 172,65
Woods, Mike 191
Woodward, Danielle 172
Woodward, Susan 219
Woolsey, Sheila 172
Worthington, James Robert 172
Wright, Dorothy 219,207,61,66,
46, 32, 33
Wright, Frank 219
Wright, Gary 172
Wright, Georgia 146
Wright, Ginger 192,64
Wright, Joy l72,64,112, 38
Wright, Leilani 219,118
Wright, Robert 219
Wright, Vickie 172
Wurts, Debby 219,50
Wurtz, James 142
Wyatt, Sandra 191
Wygal, Cindy 191
Wylie, Veryl 191
Yaw, Carolyn 64
Yaw, Diane 219,65
Yazzie, Virginia 191
Yeagley, Marsha 172
Yee, Cathy 52,219
Young, Elaine 172
Young, Richard 56, 147
Younkin, Joyce 50,58, 219
Zaremba, Janet 172
Zarr, Gail 50,172,191
Zarr, Gary 58
Zeller, Cletus 55,219
Zickefoose, Weldon 172
Zufelt, Cheryl 50, 172
Zufelt, Pam 58, 191
Apache Football 80
Boy's League 56
Boy's Gymnastics 97
Chess Club 58
Chieftain Staff 60-61
Concert Choir 66
Crafts Club 52
Dance Club 70
Debate Team 59
Electronics Club 44
F.F.A . 52-53
French Club 55
G.A.A . 71
German Club 55
Girl's Gymnastics 106
Girl's League 56
Golf Team 98
Honor Choir 25
Interact Club 53
Junior Class Council 50
J.V. Baseball 103
J.V. Basketball 86
J.V. Boy's Tennis 93
J.V. Cross Country 83
J.V. Football 78
J.V. Girl's Tennis 104
J.V. Track 101
J.V. Wrestling 91
Key Club 44
Latin Club 54
Leo Club 70
Lettermen's Club 44
Octogon Club 48-49
Pimapa Club 48
Photo Lab 63
"S" Club 46-47
Senior Class Council 51
Singing Warriors 65
Sophomore Class Council 50
Spanish Club 54-55
Speech Club 59
Swimming Team 94
Tohyah! Lab 63
Varsity Band 68-69
Varsity Baseball 102
Varsity Basketball 84
Varsity Boy's Tennis 92
Varsity Cross Country 82
Varsity Football 74
Varsity Girl's Tennis 104
Varsity Track 100
Varsity Wrestling 90
Vica Club 49
War Chant Staff 62
Westwood Girl's 64
Ace Auto 240
Arizona Bank 237
Bennetts Furniture 238
Brown and I-loye 244
Brown world Travel Service 226
Big 2 Olds 226
Beauty Spot 233
City of Mesa 237
Cris'mon's Flowers 224
Cummard Realty 224
Country Club Bowl 225
Clare Cleaners 231
Channing Brides Studio 243
Desert Casuals 233
Del's Corset Fashions 242
Dunkin' Donuts 242
Photography by Eric 223
El Charro 224
Earl, Your Hairstyllst! Ear1's Acad.
of Beauty Culture 222
Foxworth Galbraith 227
Fuhr Rent's 222
Freestone Tire and Supply Co. 236
Fuller Fine Foods 229
Gunnells Jewelry 236
Gosney Electric 233
C-oettl's Metal Products 232
Hixon Tire Service 234
Isley's Refrigeration 234
Jack Ross Lincoln Mercury 236
Jack's Cheveron Station 227
Kellwood Company 228
KALF Radio 231
Le Sueur's Men's Store 225
Lane Printing Company 228
Mc Affee Brown Appliance
Mc Affee Consolidated, Inc. 229
Mc Affee Brown Air Conditioning
Mc Kennas Country Set 221
Mesa Chamber of Commerce 240
Mesa Paint and Supply 234
Mesa Tribune 230
Motor Supply Company 233
Mesa General Hospital Ostpathic
Mesa Luthern Hospital 245
OK Tires 241
Patterson Motors 224
Paul L. Sale Company 225
PBSW Corporation 243
Peterson's Sporting Goods 222
Rose Mar College of Beauty 238
Rosita's Restaurant 234
Randall Ramblers 232
Rays Norge Villiage 232
Robert's Conmuction Company
Royal College Of Beauty 231
Southside Hospital 235
Stauffer Tire Company 228
Sun Sports 241
Sally's Fabrics Fashion 227
Elaine Stapley's Beauty Palace 228
Tand T Auw Supply 230
Tastee Freeze 241
Tony M. Coury Buick 229
United Bank of Arizona 239
Valley National Bank 243
Waldorf Barber Shop 231
Wright's Markets 235
Wright and Sanbom 244
Winsor Barber Shop 225
Yellow Front 230
Finally, it has happened! With all the worries,
headaches, tension, work. . .and also the fun be-
hind, the 1969 Chieftain has been completed.
Only fourteen months ago it seemed like an un-
reality as the first plans and ideas were drown
up. But with the finished yearbook now from
the press, we know those extra hours of effort
were worth all that was put into them. Only
through the hard work and creativity of each
staff member, along with the expert advice of
Mr. John Donovan, was the production of the
1969 Chieftain possible. ' .
Now that the year has ended we can never
relive the moments spent at Westwood, but it
is the sincere hope of the staff that we have cap-
tured in this book, moments which will hold as
happy memories for ten, twenty, thirty, and for
all years to come.
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American yearbook Co. Ed Wiggins
Chuck Bursell George Eccles and staff
Marvel Photo Charlie Fish
Photography by Eric John Albin
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