La Colina Junior High School - Acrobiblos Yearbook (Santa Barbara, CA)
- Class of 1965
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Aj c ssful year at La Colina.
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g' ' Valley Junior High School while its new campus was being finished.
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An event which concerned and even endangered
many students and teachers was -the Coyote Fire, a
night shot of which is shown on our endsheets. Again, ' ,
time was a factor - in controlling the blaze. A ' ' ' T. . . . W". ,. Eff
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on November 3. Many students took an interest in E , .
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did not allow time for planning or practice. Includ-
ed in the cancelled activities were after school sports,
the Christmas dance, and the drill team.
Because the November rains delayed construction of the new
junior high school, double session was extended from Thanksgiving
vacation until Christmas vacation. When we came back on January
4, time again played its partg 8:30 a.m., rather than 9:00, was
our starting time, so that the same buses could be used for both
Once regular schedule did resume, everyone - including the
yearbook staff - tried to make up for lost time.
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Mrs. Elisabetta P. Henderson
Arnold W. Iacquemain C, E, Sovme
Vice President Member
Robert E. Kallman Robert P. Rowe
Meeting the first and third Thursdays of each
calendar month, the Board of Education is respon-
sible for formulating educational policy for the
Santa Barbara City Schools.
The task of the Superintendent is to carry out
the policy and to manage the overall operation of
the school system.
Dr. Norman B. Scharer
"The only principal that La Colina has ever
had." Such is the title that Mr. Jack Richards
could carry, for he has guided this school from
the time that it was first planned into the often
hectic construction period and through its first
half dozen years of actual operation.
Mr. Richards is largely responsible for in-
itiating and maintaining La Colina's tradition
of "Academic Excellence," so often reflected
later in the high school performances of our
Bom in Idaho, Mr. Richards has been in
Santa Barbara for many years. He is a graduate
of Santa Barbara State College fnow UCSBQ and
has his MA from University of Southern Cali-
,AND I-IIQ FAMILY
Pictured here with her husband is Mrs. Jean-
nine Richards, who has devoted many hours to
this school, both officially and unofficially.
Long active in Santa Barbara Parent-Teacher
Association work, she has served this year as re-
cording secretary of La Colina PTA.
The Richards family is a large one - and a
happy one. Some of the younger members are
shown here with Mrs. Richards on one of the
family's frequent camping trips. Ian frightj
graduates from La Colina this yearg his older
sister Jill Qsecond from rightj was in the Class
of 1964. Oldest son John fnot picturedj is get-
ting his MA in mathematics at the University
Mrs. Imogene Nair
Mr. Eugene Snyder
Oh! the clock is always slowg it is later than you think
- Robert W. Service
Be ruled by time, the
wisest counselor of all.
Mrs. Irene Wilton
Counselor, all girls
Mr. Joe de la Torre
Counselor, 8th grade
Mr. James Anderson
Counselor, 7th 8a 9th grade
Mr. Albert Rasmussen
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Mr Elden Gumtow
Mrs Hazel Melvin,
Mrs Marjorre More
Mr. Lawrence McAllister
Mr. Bernard Vander Ark,
The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever
he does, whoever he is.
- C. S. Lewis
Time has no divisions to mark its passage, there is never a thunderstorm or blare of trumpets
to announce the beginning of a new month or year. '
- Thomas Mann
Mr. James Mr. John i Mrs. Marlinde Mr. Phil Mr. Larry Mr. George Miss Coral
Campilio Gessel Jurgensen Lansing, Martin McKenzie Swickard
Time is a sandpile we run our fingers in.
- Carl Sandburg
Mrs. Jean Mrs. Sue Mrs. Virginia
Crist Kirkpatrick MUIPUY,
Early to bed, early to rise, makes
a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
- Benjamin Franklin
Mr. Ted Mr. Raymond Mr. Dan Mrs. Elizabeth
Best Hardy, Heinrichs Thompson
As if you could kill time without
- Henry David Thoreau
Mr. Ivan Mr. Robert Mr. Dave Mr. Roy
Evans, Chairman Foss Iman Stier
Know the true value of
timeg snatch, seize, and
enjoy every moment of it.
No idleness, no laziness, no
procrastinationg never put
Mr. Rod Mrs. Lorraine Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Jean Mr. Roland 1
Duncan Hillebrand Johnson Johnson MacDonald Off U11 tomorrow what you
can do today.
- Lord Chesterfield
Mrs. Judy Mr. William Mr. William Mr. Gordon Mr. Robert UB
Martin Sanders Spieth, Weber Wiener
Qi To t e true teacher, time's hourglass should
K sti run gold dust.
- Douglas Gerrold
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In a thousand years we shall all forget
The things that trouble us now.
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Mrs. Marian Mr. Charles Mrs. Margaret Mr. Mike Mr. Robin Mrs. Kathleen Mr. George
Chalberg Harrison Hobbs Martin Montz, Chairman Scherer Wallis
Heading La Co1ina's secretari-
al staff this year is Mrs. Edith
A. Fraas, who is Mr. Richards'
Mrs. Vivian Allen
Mrs. Jeanne Bogle
Mrs. Ruth Foote
In charge of attend-
ance records is Mrs.
who took over when
Mrs. Fraas was pro-
The woman in charge
of the huge volume
of textbooks checked
out this year is Miss
The two voices that are most often heard by callers here are
V those of Mrs. Helen Van Der Linden, counselors' secretary,
and Mrs. Ruth Skinner, receptionist, shown here left to right.
Saving the time of many teachers, allow-
ing them to concentrate more on presenta-
tion of material rather than on correction
of tests, are these seven aides, whose
duties are divided among the academic
Mrs. Roberta Offen
Mrs. Myrtle Phillips
Mrs. Charlene Tolle
No great thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of
grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you
that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then
No sooner is a thing brought to signt than it is swept by and an-
other takes its place, and this too will be swept awayf
- Marcus Aurelius Antonius
Our custodians are at work long after the regular school day .is over.
Room maintenance, special repairs, and storage and distribution of
supplies are among their duties. From left to right, ROW 1: Joe
Brown fHead Custodianj, Charley Summers, Arturo Lopez, Dorsey
Downeyg ROW 2: Earl Keener, Bill Witt, Jim Baker, Dave Castillo.
During fall double session, the cafe-
teria workers worked desperately to prepare
the "scrumptious" rolls and cookies for the
snack break and get them to the sales lo-
cations on time.
After the school returned to regular
session, they served delicious hot meals
in the cafeteria, and sandwiches and malts
at the snack windows.
From left to right, they are Denise Lopez,
Madeline Naretto, Rose Uribe, Elizabeth
Davis, Callie Rirosky, Agnes Herbelot
QLunchroom Managery, Darlene Gardner,
and Margaret Hatchett.
Other campuses in the area may look as
good fdoubtfulj, but none - especially
those as "young" as ours - look any better,
thanks to the fine care given by Mr. Ricar-
do Requejo, Head Gardener fabove rightj,
and his assistant, Mr. Adolph Escobar. Mr
Requejo was promoted to his present posi-
tion when Mr. Harry Grinnell, one of La
Colina's original crew, was transferred to
San Marcos High.
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Steve Camjniti ' Carol Haley Rick Renz
President Girls' Vice President Boys' Vice President
Under the leadership of these
officers, our school has main-
tained the standards of years past.
Elected at the beginning of first
semester, these eight have guided
the many activities sponsored by
the Student Cotmcil.
Members of the Student Body
should take time to thank the of-
ficers for their fine effort.
Christine Erickson Anne Haley
Mark Taylor Maury Grattan Bob Long
Chief Justice Commissioner of Service Sergeant-at-Arms
ROW 1: Roger Stewart, Dean Wright, Rick Renz, Fred Cole, Bob Larson, Bob Long, Steve Caminiti, Mark Tay-
lor, ROW 2: Clyde Schlah, Ken DeConde, Ted Fieger, Bill Masonheimer, Ricky Holt, Dan McGinnis, Carol
Haley, Maury Grattan, Anne Haley, Chris Erickson, ROW 3: Richard Bresslin, Dana Shea, Sharon Scott, Diane
Pitts, Denise Mills, Parn White, Alice Mendenall, Kathy Woodliff, Annette Riparetti, Roxanne Reinesto, Randy
Hale, Juanita Ciluaga, ROW 4: Jan Richards, Jim Cambier, Gary Ericson, Jack Graham, Jim Saad, Roy Plum-
er, Tony Miller, Mike McGinnis, Jana Everett, Ruth Mills, Jennifer Borgeson, Patti Wood.
Guided by the student body
officers, the Student Council de
cided and organized the many
activities which our school spon
sored throughout the year. The
field trips, such as the Christmas
field trip, in which the entire
council took the donated presents
to Alpha School, and the annual
trip to UCSB campus were a big
With the great job that this
year's Student Council has done,
the proud name of La Colina has
been carried on.
ROW 1: Bob Bogle, Robert Reed, Jan Richards, Rick Renz, Randy Saad, John Santrizos, Mike McGinnis, George
Farina. ROW 2: Robert Rochelle, seventh grade justiceg Britt Johnson, ninth grade justiceg Bob Long, sergeant
at-arrnsg John Gardner, eighth grade justiceg Mark Taylor, chief justiceg Suzanne Wolf, ninth grade justiceg
Gale Bradley, eighth grade justiceg Nancy Ottman, seventh grade justice. ROW 3: Jim Aldecoa, Chris Erick-
son, Anne Webster, Nancy Marr, Carol Haley, Connie Rochelle, Darlene Craviotto, Katie Ordungg Mr. Albert
Rasmussen, sponsor. ROW 4: Ken Robinson, Leanne Davis, Linda Mathews, Sarah Birss, Jan Silver, Mary Ann
Gibson, Michele Cothran.
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"Boys will be boys, " and it is the job of Girls' League to see that girls are girls - serving NOT SHOWN:
the school with sponsorship of the spelling bees, bringing fathers to school for other than Sarah BiISS,
athletic events with the staging of the father-daughter banquet, and learning how to be sec'y-treasurer
gracious hostesses through the mother-daughter tea. Always willing to help, the cabinet
above plans and carries out the annual activities of the group.
BOYS' LEAGUE Rained out of their first scheduled event, the annual
Car Wash, La Colina's Boys' League came right back
with a rescheduling for February 27, and the group went
on to enjoy a successful year.
Including several boys whoiare easier to photograph in
action during a game than standing still, the cabinet
officers are pictured here. ROW 1: fleft to rightj
Wayne Bretches, vice presidentg Rick Renz, presidentg
Mark Sullivan, treasurerg ROW 2: Randy Cook, rep. -
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Clark Alexander, rep. -8.
NINU-I GRADE COUNCIL
As the school year draws
to a close, the organiza-
tion and careful planning
of the Ninth Grade Coun-
cil lead to enjoyment by
the entire graduating
class. One major project
this year was the new
senior lawn. From left
to right, ROW 1: Toby
Campbellg Fred Rivera,
class presidentg Mark
Nielseng ROW 2: Paul
Condon, Bunnie Knapp,
Laura Elliott, Nora Slutz-
ky, Claire Bunton, Jim
Norris, ROW 3: Mike
Young, Christine Peter-
son, Connie Rochelle,
Marilyn Johnston, Mr.
Newly-formed this year, Student Citizens Committee advises our principal on school
and student body problems. Members of the student body were free at any time to
relate their feelings on any matter to these fifteen schoolmates. From left to right,
ROW 1: Steve Hoegerman, Bill Sheldahl, Mike Nakada, David Cetti, Mark Leep
ROW 2: Randy Saad, Karen Reginatto, Jody Rowland, Jamee Perry, 'Linda Tucker,
Barbara Bottomley, Ann Miller, Mike Peache. Not pictured: Linda Domz and Sally
For the first time in the history of La
Colina, photographs were printed in
our school newspaper, The HILLTOPPER
Staff members were always searching
for new techniques and publishing meth-
ods. Left to right, ROW 1: Barbara
Bottomley, Peggie Miller, Janet Potier,
Margaret Coomer, Jamee Perry, Pat
Raabeg ROW 2: Steve Hiatt, Dennis
Holl, Shelley Dudder, Robby Hopps,
Lance Johansen, Lorraine Foster, ROW
3: Joe Rodriguez, Mike Tucker, Britt
Johnson, Rick Peterson, George Farina.
PERFORMING :DRAMA CLA
Period 1 drama students are, left
to right, ROW 1: Bob Bennett,
Mike Pratt, Tony Dal Pozzo,
Stuart Hauck, Bob Stepkowski,
Mark Felberg ROW 2: Lisa
Champlain, Liz Varni, Nancy
Dittmar, Shelley Dudder, .Susan
Pace, Jill Potter, Marge Rhein-
schmidt, Chris Ericksong ROW 3:
Bernadette Graybill, Meg Kiely,
Kathy Wright, Patty Bridger,
Marilyn Beidler, Claire Bunton,
Alice Mendenall, Susan Rudnickig
ROW 4: Alice Izard, Kristi Engle-
man, Barbara Ottman, Kathy
Kuonen, Juli Aydelotte, Janis
Silver, Gail Thurlby.
In period 4 are, ROW 1: Sandy
Fior, Janet Neslen, Janis Bus-
boom, Cathy Izard, Ann Miller,
Pam Tompkins, Dorothy Fleming,
Cindy Ochoa, Sally Foster, Jeeni
Hudakg ROW 2: Wendy Lori,
Denise Dal Pozzo, Bobby Bing-
ham, Linda Mathews, Suzi
Kessler, Shelley Frame, Barbara
Vang, Cecil Cubbison, George
Hansen, Roger Dahleng ROW 3:
Joey Moreno, Rob Foster, Jim
Bennett, Jerry Gray, Karl Ander-
son, Duane Barker, Linda Gilbert
Steve Jones, John Bishop.
Under the supervision of Mr. Duncan, the drama classes planned, re-
hearsed, and presented plays for the entertainment of small portions of the
student body and visitors to La Colina Fair.
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Stage Band was formed to play "after dinner" music and has rehearsed regularly with public performances in
mind. Shown here, ROW 1: Steve Heinz, Dan Papandrea, Jim West, Jim Andron, Kirk Alexander, Richard
Ziebell, Steve Kramer, Wayne Howardg ROW 2: Lynne Erman, Paul Smith, Mike McGinnis, Randy Cook,
Rick Coykendall, Tim Martinich, Chuck Wessa, Steve Jones, Pam Tompkins.
These two young men with the big baton alternated
These three eighth grade girls - left to right, Shelley
Padilla, Cheryl Matz fhead Majorettej, and Monica
Dahlen - represented our school in uniform at every
in the position of Drum Major. During a given
parade, one led the band while the other played
his regular instrument. Steve Jones is on the left,
George Farina on the right.
. 's gg Overcoming the handica of shortened practice periods for the first half of the year, La Colina 's Band performed in four parades
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ROW 1: Ann Miller, Greg Prachar, Mac Sanborn, Marcia La Grandeur. ROW 2: Sarah Birss, George Farina, Gary Woods, Debbie
Fedaleo, Steve Norris, Richard Ziebell, Torn Van Lehn, Jim West, Steve Kramer. ROW 3: Bill Davis, Mark Johnson, Bruce Bab-
cock, Peter Flynn, Wes Jackson, David Cetti, Paul Smith, Dennis Trammell, Richard Young, Mike McGinnis, Randy Cook, Den-
nis Baskous, Blake Topping, Steve Heinz, Wayne Howard. ROW 4: Roberta Vroman, Jenny Cope, Carol Lebow, Duane Barker,
Gary Bateman, Mike Nunn, Mr. Vander Ark, Mark Rode, Sheri Gledhill, Joe Jimenez, John Gardner, Jeff Cambier, Jim Andron,
Davey Reynolds, Tim Ellis, Roy McLean, Chuck Wessa, Steve Jones, Tim Marrinich.
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Using before school time to practice, the Orchestra developed its talents as each month passed.
ROW 1: Pam Tompkins, Les Asher, Gale Bradley, Christina Frost. ROW 2: Christine Peterson, Janice Thomp
son, Jacque Hartfeld, Nancy Ottman, Ann Miller, Greg Prachar, Marcia La Grandeur, Sue Farrel, Dianna
Oakes, Linda Allen. ROW 3: Don Selezinka, Ian Everett, Martha Cressey, Lorie Rawlins, Mike McGinnis,
Wes Jackson, David Cetti, Paul Smith, Michele Cothran, Sarah Birss, Mike Peache, George Farina, Steve
Norris, Richard Ziebell, Nancy Rudnicki. ROW 4: Linda Minotto, Nancy Barron, Nancy Thwing, Carolyn
Cotton, Stephen Newswanger, Allison Grosfield, Barbara Vang, Bob Long, Mr. Vander Ark, Jeff Cambier,
John Gardner, Jim Andron, Janice Potter, Robert Carlson, Kathleen Newson, Chuck Wessa, Tim Martinich.
Largest of Mr.
McAllister 's vocal
is Mixed Chorus.
One activity was
tary schools in
the area, singing
a variety of well-
Members of Mixed Chorus are, ROW 1: B. Cammer, B. Blake, B. Green, E. Van Der Linden,
J. Barnes, G. Ley, C. Deraita, S. Johnston, S. Vranish, D. Martin, ROW 2: I. Hyde, Mary
Peebles, Melodie Peebles, K. Dymek, K. Ordung, P. Miller, S. Keys, A. Haley, B. Tath-
well, S. Paceg ROW 3: M. Guzzi, B. Ottman, A. Jones, L. Hulla, Sue Keys, S. Hall, Y.
Goossens, S. Gorrindo, C. Payne, F. Mackey, M. Brickley, ROW 4: S.7Jones, E. Otto, S.
Dudder, S. Farrel, S. Prater, Gf Irvine, S. DeVaux, C. Wood, B. Hunter, R. Mutter, T.
Jordano. NOT PICTURED: Mary Ann Gibson.
Meeting for the first time this year, Folk Singers
consisted of the top boy and girl singers from all
three grades. Left to right, ROW 1: S. Jones,
N. Rudnicki, B. Hunter, K. Ordung, S. Dudder,
S. Farrel, M. Taylor, ROW 2: G. Ley, J. Bar-
nett, V. Conover, L. Chace, B. Tathwellg ROW
3: B. Cammer, M. Brickley, K. Evans, W.
Howard, J. Doolittle, M. Bushman, NOT PIC-
Organized to give girls an oppor-
tunity to harmonize, Girls' Glee
Club had, left to right, ROW 1:
C. McCoy, M. Milne, R. Schmidt,
L. Schmerzler, A. Dawson, S.
Hunter, N. Johns, L. Chace, I.
Grams, T. Smith, ROW 2: L.
Desrosiers, C. Borcharding, I.
Gaskill, S. Bazemore, N. Rud-
nicki, K. Schmerzler, P. Harper,
L. Eggleton, K. Krapfg ROW 3:
N. Jenkinson, Mary and Melodie
Peebles, M. Oneschuck, S. Pace,
S. Farrel, K. Kirkwood, B. Hunt-
er, E. Otto.
Although it got
off to a late start,
Stamp Club was
quite busy, "fight-
ing" to make trades
and complete al-
bums. ' From left
to right, ROW 1:
Steve Norris, Bob
Bogle, Peggie Mil-
ler, Kathy Sanborn,
ROW 2: Steve Mey-
ers, Kim Newman,
Craig Biber, Robert
Reed, Dennis Bask-
This newly organ-
ized club joins
ten million other X
collectors across X XX
the nation. Mem-
bers are attracted
by profit, histori-
cal ties, For artis-
From left to right, ROW 1: Janice Thompson,
Steve Norris, Les Asher, Scott Hunter, Jim
Mathis, 'Margaret Lechner: ROW 2: Lance
Johansen, Fred Barrett, Mike Nakada, Greg
Blue, Dennis Trammell, Jan Richards: ROW 3:
Ken Robinson, Bob Bogle, Britt Johnson, Rick
Peterson, Tom Ziegler, David Peck.
This art group has had an exciting and worthwhile year, going to various
places of artistic interest and holding its own regular art exhibits.
Always ready and willing to accept and
execute ideas of their advisers, Mrs. Dahl-
berg and Mrs. Golomb, members are, left
to right, ROW 1: Clif Deraita, Anne Rys-
linge, Patty Bridger, Carol Frame, Linda
Garcia, Ed Van Der Linden: ROW 2: Linda
Slutzky, Sherry Stamper, Linda Ramsdell,
Sally Engstrom, Marilyn Beidler, Barbara
Tathwell, Steve Hauszg ROW 3: Betsee
Seegert, Susan Prater, Craig Jennings,
Mark Grinnell, Juli"Aydelotte, Maren
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row's Students QTOTSJ is
an organization for ninth
graders who wish to enter
some level of teaching
for their profession.
Through study, discussion
and visits to other schools
they learn more about
their future work.
Members of TOTS assembled here are, from left to right, ROW 1: Barbara Vang, Su-
san Rudnicki, Darlene Craviotto, Linda Donovan, Leanne Davis, Alice Mendenall,
Janice Barnett, Mrs. Judy Matting ROW 2: Carol Haley, Nancy Rudnicki, Jean Thiel-
mann, Pam Boone, Jan Richards, Susan Bartlett, Leanne Lewis, Connie Rochelle,
Shelley Frame, Barbara Ottrnan.
I recommend you take care of the minutes,
for the hours will take care of themselves. - Lord Chesterfield
A Junior Statesmen organization is very rarely found in a junior high schoolg La Colina is fortunate
toyhave such an organization. The group is for ninth graders who want to learn more about our country
and its government.
ROW 1: George Farina,
David Talley, Mike Peache,
Steve Jones, Robert Bogleg
ROW 2: Linda Donovan,
Katie Ordung, Nancy Rud-
nicki, Anne Webster, Dar-
lene Craviotto, Mr. Mike
Martin, ROW 3: Michele
Cothran, Christine Peter-
son, Jean Thielmann,
Christina Frost, Sarah
Members meet to hold discussions on current events and to visit local governmen-
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Science Club members are, left to right, ROW 1: Bob Blake, Phil Vernon,
Phil Bateman, Wayne Beckman, Ken Schwarzberg, Carl Bronner, Steve
Hauszg ROW 2: Dean Whitney, Kathy Newson, Jan Hinson, Ann Redisch,
Nancy Ottman, Barbara Hunter, Pam Boone, Nancy Rudnickig ROW 3:
Robert Carlson, Chris Spencer, Mike Roberts, Peter Quimby, Jane Hyde,
Frances Hoag, Susan Jones, Manor Buck, Jean Thielmanng ROW 4: Torn
Thomson, Robert Larson, Greg Prachar, Dean Wright, Chuck Franke, John
Gardner, Wayne Howard, Jim Doolittle, Wendi Himme
Membership in Math Club is restricted to stu-
dents with an "A" in math and a "B" average in
other subjects. Visiting various scientific and tech-
nical concerns in the area is a typical activity.
From left to right, ROW 1: Jeff Frier, Dick Doane,
Greg Prachar, Reed Harding, Bruce Marshall: ROW
2: Maxine Seelenbinder, Jean MacLeish, Shawn
Gutshall, Nancy Barron, Karen Reginatto, Cynthia
Goena, ROW 3: Betsee Seegert, Patty Ruth, Anne
Scales, Jean Thielmann, Heather Richards, Penny
Fauskee, Christy Watkins: ROW 4: Mrs. Jurgensen,
Trina Boyce, Susan Keys, Anne Webster, Darlene
Craviotto, Nancy Marr, Nancy Rudnicki.
Peri Medios are, left to right, ROW 1: Debbie Sandmann, Tim Lynch, Sharon
Hayhurst, John Penoff, Suzanne Wolf, Clif Deraita, Barbara Vollmer, Karen
Reginattog ROW 2: Mrs. Thompson, Mary Ann Palacios, Carmen Guttry,
Dianna Oakes, Jennifer Bingham, Sheila Hendrick, Lynne Erman, Pam Wilson,
Ann tFriesen, Cindy Callan, Barbara Tathwell, Barbara Hunter, ROW 3: Mrs.
More, Meg Olds, Karlene Porterfield, Diane Saitta, Frances Hoag, Susan
Perlin, Karen Lueck, Janis Blackmore, Cathy Davidson, Susan Dismuke,
Adele Clancy, Susan Jones, Mary Ann Boettner.
Led by Mr. Iman, Science
Club is composed of students who
have a "B " average or better in
all classes, and have an interest
In addition to taking field
trips, many members participate
in the annual science fair locally.
With Suzanne Wolf as student
leader and Mrs. More and Mrs.
Thompson as advisers, Peri Medios
met on the first and third Thursdays
of each month.
Committees were formed to
deal with medical problems that
concerned junior high school stu-
Helping in the Cafeteria to prepare and serve'
all that good food are, left to right, ROW 1:
Jack Giles, Andy Kuonen, Paul Smith, John
Welker, Tony Dal Pozzo, James Davenport,
ROW 2: Gary Richards, Gary Scott, David
Merrifield, Linda Stewart, Brent Vogel, Steve
Heinzg ROW 3: Phillip Davies, Duane Barker,
Bill Feaster, Paul Robert, Jim Doolittle, Stan
There 's a time for some things, and a time
for all things, a time for great things, and a
time for small things.
- Miguel de Cervantes
Showing those films that get you out of all that
regular hard work are the Projectionists. They
also maintain the equipment and help in the
book room. From left to right, ROW 1: Mr.
Duncan, sponsor, Ricky Buckelew, Bill Feaster,
Steve Frowiss, Merlin Millerg ROW 2: Wilkie
Wilkins, Phillip Davies, Cal Cloer, Paul Con-
don, Pete Sevillag ROW 3: Roger Dahlen, Jim
Andron, Jerry Markle, Steve Jones, Rick Sinclair.
Your "friends" with call slips from the vice
principals are the hard-working Office Mon-
itors. From left to right, ROW 1: Janis
Busboom, Nancy Dittmar, Karen Lester,
Laurel Miles, Margaret Trantowg ROW 2:
Sally Clark, Susie Mills, Donna Heinz,
Mary Anne Stewart: ROW 3: Suzy Ern-
strom, Kathy Kirkwood, Diane La Barge,
Lisa Champlain. ' Y
A group of boys who do all of the setting-
up for assemblies and most other events,
Stage Crew consisted of, left to right,
ROW 1: Bart Mattmiller, Chuck Becker,
Alan Salsberg, Mr. Rasmussen: ROW 2:
Mark Menzel, Scott Morlan, Bernie Pro-
well, Fred Rivera.
In a picture taken at noon time, the Gym
Aides and Monitors seem to be in short
supply: probably, most of them were par-
ticipating in sports. Those who appeared
were, left to right, ROW 1: David Johnson,
Gary Cardoza, Hank Bomang ROW 2: Lee
Naftzger, Cathy Ruiz, Jill Potter.
As simple as it sounds, Nurse 's Aides aid the school nurse,
Mrs. Thompson, in caring for injured or ill students. From
left to right, ROW 1: Mrs. Thompson, Linda Wilberger,
Paula Thompson, Wendy Lori: ROW 2: Suzi Kessler, Diane
Fritzsche, Gail Thurlby, Joyce Stanton.
Keeping library books in their
proper -place and checking out
books are two duties of this
group. Left to right, ROW 1:
Darleen Poulter, Jennifer
Cole, Carol Frame, Roban
Rennie, Nicki Williams, Mrs.
Thee: ROW 2: Judy Kennel-
ly, Linda Stewart, Shelley
Frame, Linda Fitch, Chris
Udy, Kathy Frank, Linda
Gilbert, Calvin Cloer.
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ple cart. The optimistic,
feel 4 this sort of situation
They give the Scots an ,
chance ,to get by Olympia and ..
quiam., They hope they can break
Q,-Hieils, against .Aberdeen and Van-
Then --thee spotlight would turn
squarely thi the annual Thanks-
giving day fboneyplcking fiesta with
Longviewy with' this Smatch ,decid-
ing the conference top bracket,
whether Longview goes through
undefeated or not.
Centrlia bucked Kelsds line
for only 66 yards net, a tribute to
the Kelso 'forward wall. Joe
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outstanding. , , .
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ing by air. Receivers were 'often
wide open. Centralia, might have
scored more than, once, if the re-
ceivers hadn't 'missed several per
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ried the Hilanders from the Q5
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Murphy and Larry Kettwig til.
turns packing the ball. Kettwig
finally cracked over for the touch-
down. Bob 'Rutherford's placement
soared straight and true giving
Kelso a 7-0 lead. f
Kelso geared up again during
the latter part of the third quar-
Qter to engineer a second tally. The
" Scots started from their 34 yard-
stripe. A pass from Jerry Aldrich
to Murphy netted 18 yards to the
Centralia 43. Murphy plugged
away for a first down on the 30.
Aldrich added five yards, then
Cliff Richards, reserve back, cut
through center, reversed to the
right and galloped 18 yards to the
enemy eight yard-line..
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the ball, and Centralla recovered
on their own.. three. A wobhly
punt tothe Centralia 30 was gath-
ered in by Aldrich who returned it
,to the 18. Murphy and Richards
Store off eight and four yards, re-
lspectively, then Aldrich ploughed
over for the score.
Kelso 13, Centralia S.
Centralia caught fire late in the
last quarter, and took to the sky
for their only tally of the game.
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iound themselves on their own 184,
yard-line. A pushing penalty
against Kelso gave the Tigers a
first and ten on the 35. '
Rod Hensley, smooth passing es-
pert, connected with two tosses to
placethe ball on the Kelso 43. He
flipped another to Bill Hardcastle
.for another first on the Kelso 32.
Twenty-five seconds' remained'
'when the pass-happy Tigers fought
to the Kelso 18.
Hensley then! backed off and un-
corked a high pass in the end
zone to Ari Roberts, who took it
out of the air between the out-
stretched arms of two defenders.
The conversion failed and the
score stood Kelso '13, C-entralia 6.
4 It was still that "way when the
gun went off, interrupting a Cen-
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Optimist Club awards are given
each year to the two most outstand-
ing students, one boy, one girl, in
the ninth grade.
Awards are based on scholastic
ability, citizenship, school service
Chosen by the teachers, this
year's winners are Anne Webster
and Randy Saad. Their names join
those of the following past winners:
1963: Phyllis Kuykendall
I im Ray
1962: Ruth Cronkite
1961: Carol Ottman
1960: Cita Feazelle
1959: Jan Nicoletti
Happy? You bet! Student Body President -
most popular boy - and a whole life still ahead.
Our Conquistador for '65, Steve Carn-
initi, has held important offices during his
time at La Colina - Student Body President
this year, Sergeant-at-Arms last year.
This five feet, ten inches tall, black-
haired, brown-eyed athlete enjoys partici-
pating in all sports.
His plans for summer are to join sum-
mer league basketball and baseball teams,
and to get a job.
After he completes high school, Steve
plans to attend college.
What a personable family! Steve 's
sister has been chosen "Best Personality"
by the San Marcos High School students.
You, Steve Caminiti, have been se-
lected by La Colina's Student Body to be
Conquistador '65 shows Mud Brawl partici
pants how it's done.
Popularity may not depend on good grades, but getting where one
wants to go does. Surrounded by a typical boy's possessions, Steve
cracks the books.
Gone for part ot the school year, but
obviously not forgotten, Dona '65 is Sher-
Popularity runs in Sherrie 's family, toog
her sister Laurie was chosen for this honor
A petite, five feet, one inch blonde,
Sherrie enjoys going bowling and to the
beach. On the domestic side, she loves
sewing and making her own clothes.
She also spends much time on the phone
talking to friends.
This summer, besides going to the
beach, she plans to spend part of her va-
cation in Mexico.
Her ambition is to go to a business
college and train to be a secretary.
You, Sherrie Ecker, have been named
Sometimes, sitting and thinking in the
yard do a person good. Sherrie looks
happy out there.
Popularity is based on, among other things, keeping
in touch with friends.
Let 's see. Those team teachers appreciate a clever phrase. Where can I
insert one ?
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. DANCE- N
One of this year 's high-
lights was the Valentine's
Dance. Held ahead of time
Uanuary 223 partially because
students were yearning for a
dance, this first 1965 get-
together had a King Cupid
and La Colina Sweetheart to
reign over festivities. Cho-
sen by the ninth grade class
were Fred Cole and Sherrie
Ecker fsee heart abovey,
whose outstanding personal-
ities helped to make the
dance a success.
Other dances sponsored by
youth groups and community
agencies gave La Colina stu-
dents a chance to mingle
socially with future high
school classmates presently
attending other schools.
Per-game average: 22. 5 points.
Members of the high-scoring of-
fensive team are, left to right,
linemen Mike Young, Rory Ken-
ward, Calvin Cloer, Wayne
Bretches, John Bishop, Don Sex-
ton, Rick Renz, and backs Gary
Cardoza, Fred Cole, Gary Eric-
son, Bob Bishop, and Randy Cook.
In this shot taken during practice, Gary Cardoza blocks for
fullback Bob Bishop, getting a handoff from quarterback
Gary Ericson. Running out a fake is Randy Cook fbehind
Six wins - no losses.
There were many keys to this year's success,
but a rugged defense set the tone that enabled the
offensive team to run so many plays. Although the
varsity heavyweights were sparked by a great team
effort, many individuals played important roles.
On defense, linemen Rory Kenward, Don Sexton,
and Mike Ruse, and linebackers Mike Tucker,
Wayne Bretches, and John Bishop gave strong
The offense, using the "T " formation, was
fortunate to have two fine quarterbacks in Gary
Ericson and Fred Cole. The rest of the starting
backfield included fullback Bob Bishop, and half-
backs Gary Cardoza and Ken Tiedemann. Leading
a great offensive line was our big end, Rick Renz,
whose blocking and pass receiving contributed much
to the team. Other fine linemen were Cal Cloer,
Hans Sacre, Randy Saad, Jerry Hamilton, and Steve
Just six points allowed! That's the
defensive record of this smoothly-
functioning eleven. On the line,
from left to right, are John San-
trizos, Dean Wright, Mike Tucker,
Steve Frowiss, Mark Sullivan,
linebackers are'Wayne Bretches,
Steve Caminiti, Bob Bishopg sec-
ondary men are Randy Cook, Fred
Cole, Mac Sanborn.
Losers of only one game Qalthough they tied two othersj, the middleweight squad gave
great promise of keeping a winning tradition going next year as heavyweights. From
left to right, ROW Al: Phil Mathis, Roger Dahlen, Joe Stroble, Mike McGinnis, Jay
Anderson, Larry Reece, Lon Nicholson, Bill Kilbury, Jim Davenportg ROW 2: Tony
Miller, Mark Reginatto, Jim Mathis, John Larson, Bob Larson, Steve Kramer, Mike
Nunn, Joe Jimenez, Robbie Hoppsg ROW 3: Tom Wilt, John Chappell, Mike Wein-
traub, Bill Sheldahl, Mike Morgan, Pete Sevilla, Bob Bennett, Roger Stewart.
the name every-
one gives to
with four wins, the lightweights pleased Coach Ted Best in his first year here. Left
to right, ROW 1: Steve Gregor, Reed Harding, Phil Vernon, Bill Masonheimer, Tony
Riparetti, Dave Reynolds, Chris Lecce, Brownie Townsend, Chris Williamsg ROW 2:
Bruce Fowler, Chuck Doolittle, Bob Chackel, Dick Bresslin, Larry Kramer, Gary
Gordon, Dan McGinnis, ROW 3: Coach Best, Brian McGeever, Paul Colomy, Robby
Blake, Rick Moliterno, Bob Pelton, Ed Castagna, John Lane.
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Things looked good for the heavyweights when they
won the Christmas Tournament, taking the title as
the best junior high team in Santa Barbara. Success
tapered off, however, and a 9-6 record was the final
result. It was, nevertheless, the best mark posted by
any Conquistador quintet this year. ROW 1: Stewart,
Ericson, Cole, McGinnis, Tiedemann: ROW 2: Wil-
lett, Renz, Peters, Morlan, Caminiti.
Victories were scarce for the IV's 12-71,
but the experience should prove valu-
able in future years. ROW 1: Larson,
Miller, Sheldahlg ROW 2: Wright,
For the midclleweights, 1965's height of glory came
when they defeated Santa Barbara Junior High, the
eventual champion, by 32-25. Overall, their rec-
ord was 5-7. ROW 1: Harms, McGinnis, Lane,
Blake: ROW 2: Nicholson, Jimenez, Kilbury,
Lowry: ROW 3: Coach Best, Biber, Kramer, Hopps,
A second-place finish and THREE WINS OVER LA
CUMBRE were the top thrills for the lightweights,
who had a '7-6 record. ROW 1: Holt, Kramer,
Riparetti, Reynolds, Townsend: ROW 2: Coach
Best, Marshall, Doolittle, Bresslin, Gregor, Colomy
In a new system of choosing
teams - based on CIF classifica-
tion rather than on homeroom
enrollment - Noon League basket-
ball was very successful this year.
Teams shown here won both
league qAmerican or Nationalj
and inter-league playoffs. Fred
Cole 's defeated Rick Renz's, 34-
325 Steve Kramer's triumphed
over Tony Miller's, 33-25g and
Dan McGinnis's thumped Tony
Riparetti's, 35-22, in the decid-
ing games in each division.
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Heavyweight champions were, from left to right, ROW 1
Randy Cook, Ray Ortegag ROW 2: Bernie Prowell Fred
Cole qCaptainJ, John Bishop.
In the lightweight division, the following players were
champs. From left to right, ROW 1: Rick Moliterno Dan
McGinnis fCaptainj, De Russellg ROW 2: John Rrsser Perry
Albertson, Scott Hunter.
Reigning as champs in the middleweight division were,
left to right ROW 1: Mark Brickley, Jay Anderson,
John Gardner ROW 2: Glen Minnich, Phil Constant,
Steve Kramer CCaptainJ, Dan Turner, Steve Vranish.
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Swim Club members, left to right, ROW 1 Dave Gosnell Jim Gaskrn John Dugan Gary Mason
De Russell, Kim Newman, Gary Gordong ROW 2 Patti Wood Jana Everett Maxine Seelenbrnder W'
Nancy Ottman, Penny Fauskee, Lisa Campbell Cammy Shaar ROW 3 Nadine Hollinger Eugenia
Seelenbinder, Kathryn Sanborn, Karen Lueck Debbie Drechsler Mary Ann Boettner Sherry Reece
Diane Pitts, Julie Stevensg ROW 4: Coach Hardy Marge Rheinschrnrdt Mike Pratt Dan Martson
Blake Topping, Craig Biber, Roger Smith, Steve Foote Don Jackson Susan Farrel Coach Kirk
The ACROBIBLOS is happy to include these two groups of co educational athletes They may not get as
much glory or intense competition as the varsity or noon league players but don t think that they don t have
as good a time.
Just as Mr. Bob Hardy took over Swim
Club this year, so did Mr. Frank Andrews
step right into sponsorship of Golf Club.
He drew many more interested students
than this picture taken on a rainy day
Members shown here are, left to right,
ROW 1: Margaret Andrews, Britt Johnson,
Gail Irvine, Mark Dunlap, Reed Harding,
Linda Garciag ROW 2: Mr. Andrews,
David Gosnell, Mike Peache, Greg Pra-
char, Jeff Cambier, Jim Doolittle.
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"Here it comes. "
"Go get 'em, team. "
Among the popular field sports are soft-
ball and speedaway. Girls from select gym
classes are shown here engaged in spirited
"Kill the ump! Oops, it's Mrs. Murphy'
"All set? 1-2-3, kick!"
"Brave girl, that one on the right. "
Reach for the sky. "
"I got an 'A' in
Beauty and grace combmed. "
"Did you say she was on a Metrecal diet?"
"Two points for us
"Gee, I'm going to
Girls' Track Team members had to come indoors for this picture but still look ready to break records. From
left to right, ROW 1: Marilyn Gillingham, Dianna Oakes, Kathy Wright, Karlene Porterfield, Linda Stewart,
Harriet Ienkinsong ROW 2: Melinda Miller, Diana Masonheimer, Betsee Seegert, Cynthia Pope, Nancy Jen-
kinson, Lynn Grimmg ROW 3: Linda Slutzky, Mary Beth Hendon, Sherry Stamper, Judy Adams, Shawn Guts-
hall, Nedra Dunn, Coach MacDonaldg ROW 4: Cheryl Matz, Jan Price, Randy Hale, Annette Riparetti, Lynn
Johnston, Kathy Schmerzler, Karen Carroll.
For the second year in a row, Coach
Roland MacDonald sponsored a Girls Track
Team that scheduled weekend trips to vari-
ous track and field meets around Southern
With a number of holdovers from last
year 's squad, plus promising seventh
graders, MacDonald had high hopes of La
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elasticg the passions that we feel expand itg those that we
inspire contract itg and habit fills up what remains.
- Marcel Proust
The trumpet of Time in our ears
and the brazen and
Breaking shout of our days.
- Archibald MacLeish
The "In crowd" at the from of the line
How about TEN minutes between classes?"
Goleta Valley Junior High School! ?
"Now, which of us plays Santa Claus?"
The crowd begins
to gather for the
first talent show
at La Colina Fair.
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hard as ever, but
still loses the
softball game at
That's real sur-
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Nair's face as
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Boy - Gary Ericsong
Girl - Diana Masonheimer
'64 - Steve Caminitig
'63 - Sean Fayg Jackie
Coleman, Bunny Pope
'62 - George Badoneg
'61 - Ken Duncang Carolyn
Krapf, Lajeune Mariani
LA coL1NA OLYMPICS
In La Colympics the clas-
sification of boys goes accord-
ing to weight, height, and
age. Then, they are put in
divisions of A, B, C, D, E,
or F for competition.
The girls compete ac-
cording to their grade level.
In scoring each event,
the point system goes as fol-
lows: lst - 6, 2nd - 4, 3rd -
35 4th - 2, 5th -l.
This year Gary Ericson
set the La Colympics high
point total with 28 in the boys'
division. At the same time
Diana Masonheimer set the
girls' record with 26.
Graduating Student Body
President Steve Caminiti is
the only boy below ninth
grade ever to win top honors,
as he achieved that feat in
lst - Relay
4th - Long jump
lst - Softball throw
2nd - Broad jump
These seven were chosen as the top athletes on the
Varsity Track team by Coach Foss Bernie Prowell
and Rick Renz, seated, set school records in the shot
put Q41' 6 1!2"j and triple jump 440' 7"j respective-
ly. In the back row are Mike Bassett, Pat Woodruff,
Steve Caminiti, Fred Rivera, and Gary Cardoza.
Competition in Noon League was tough enough so
that undefeated teams were few. Chances of a team
winning championships in two consecutive sports
were slight - but Gary Ericson's Indians fheavy-
weightsj did the trick, in Rugby and Lob Ball.
Our Varsity Baseball team performed exceptionally well
this year in the Junior High School League with a four
wins-two losses record. Mr. Iman always kept the
boys hustling. Row 1: Cook, Cole, Willett, Young,
Tiedemann, Blake. Row 2: Bretches, Cardoza. Sulli-
van, Braseth, Johnson, Hughes. Row 3: McGinnis,
Caminiti, Prowell, Tucker. Renz, Campbell.
Among the top Noon League
Track athletes were, front,
Dugan, Williams, and Brad-
ford. Back, Barker, Ericson,
Mangan, and Kenward.
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Noon League Lob Ball Champs flight-, middle-,
and heavyweightj are pictured here, captains on
the left. Row 1: Riparetti, Sedar, Chace, Ry-
dell, Harms, Pitts, Noon, Van Lehn, Bass. Row
2: Moore, Dahlen, Babcock, Markle, Hansen,
Anderson, Wilt, Hopps. Row 3: Ericson, Tiede-
mann, Mangan, Willett, Pickens, Frowiss,,Ken-
ward, Gainor, Lee, Prachar.
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Science displays, as here in Room
Mrs. Golomb's and Mrs. Dahlberg's 1
303, attracted many of the fair's
ARTISTA members demonstrated
many art techniques.
Mark Felber, Master
of Ceremonies, gets
checked for hat size
by I-IILLTOPPER Edi-
tor George Farina,
whose combo partici-
pated in the talent
Held annually is the Math
Contest sponsored by the
Math Club. On the left are
some of the entrants at work
on a problemg on the right,
the top three winners in each
event. First place winners
are in back.
Main feature of the La Colina Fair May 28 was
the talent show, "You Know Those Kids. " For the
first time, the show was produced as a whole, each
act linked in some way to the others.
Faculty sponsors were Mr. Rod Duncan and Mr.
Robin Montz, who saw that everything fitted to-
gether and filled the right amount of time.
Many afternoons and evenings of rehearsal time
went into the show. Was the whole effort worth-
while? Well, both performances were sold out.
One of the show's high-
lights was provided by
Chris Erickson, shown
here in the cat costume
which she wore during
an interpretive dance.
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Due to double-session the Drill Team, under the direction of Mrs.
Janet Leech and Miss Jane Voskuyl, was not able to form until the end
of March. Because of this, they marched in only the Memorial Day
Parade, May 31, and the Santa Maria Parade, June 5.
Members are Linda Donovan and Connie Rochelle, co-captainsg
Cathi Arnold, Barbara Bettencourt, Lauri Clegg, Leanne Davis, Diane
Draeger, Shelley Dudder, Kathy Evans, Anne Haley, Sharon Hayhurst,
Susan Hardoin, Gail Irvine, Susan James, Linda Minotto, Roxanne
Reinesto, Anne Scales, Lynne Stephenson, Julie Stevens, Shirley Ta-
comag and Yvonne Goosens and Sharon Gorrindo, alternates.
Bob Long and Wayne Howard per
form an instrumental duet at the
Soloist Kathy Evans is backed up by the Folk- Under Mr. Lawrence McAl1ister's direction,
singers in a concert number. Girls' Glee Club adds greatly to the 1965 Vocal
VOCJALAND INQTJZU CON
Playing to receptive and appreciative audiences, the Vocal Concert fApril 235 and Instrumental Concert
fMay 6-'lj were the year's highlights for Mr. Lawrence McAllister and Mr. Bernard VanderArk's groups.
Unfortunately, photographs taken during the Instrumental Concert did not come out, and The ACROBIBLOS
apologizes for not being able to show top performers.
Mr. VanderArk's Band won first place in the Junior High Division of the Santa Maria Parade, June 5.
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Roarrng 20 s was the
theme of the May 21
dancer though small,
the turnout jumped into
the right mood.
Chosen as 1965 May Queen,
Nancy Dittmar is crowned here
by last year's Queen, Patty
Honored as princesses were
Sherrie Ecker Bunnie Knapp
Sherri Langefeld and Nora
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fast, he can't be photographed.
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Two of the roaring teens at the Roaring 20
were Bob Long and Donna Nagel who won the
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Topping all award winners in
1965 were Salutatorian Sarah Birss
and Valedictorian Anne Webster,
shown here with their trophies just
after the June 3 assembly.
Mrs. Kenneth Wilkins Qfar
rightj presents DAR "Outstanding
Student" awards to Linda Donovan
and Steve Caminiti.
Four La Colina boys earned
honorable mention awards at
the local Science Fair: Ned
Oakley, Steve Foote, frontg
Greg Prachar, John Gardner.
Winners of Ford Future Sci-
entists of America regional
awards are Al Clancy and
Al Clancy, left, holds his
local first place and zone
third place trophies, and
John Santrizos, his local
third place award in Opti-
mist Club Speech Contest.
Below are the f1fte'en students who except for the
Valedictorran and Salutatorian had the highest
three-year grade point averages among 1965 grad-
Dennis Anderson holds his top award-
winning project in the Britannia Con-
test. Runners-up are Steve Caminiti
and Eugenia Seelenbinder.
Following the candle-lighting ceree
mony at the June 4 induction, officers of
the Honor Society fabovej explained the
goals and principles of the group.
President Randy Saad, at the far right
of each p1cture, then personally congratu
lated each new member who came across
NEWLY-ELECTED MEMBERS, 1965
Johnson, R. 9th
Keys, Susan Beidler, M.
Leonard, Jos. Caminiti, S.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE I-IONOIZ QOCJEIY BANOUEI'
Lew is, Leanne
Lopez, Anna Maria
Winning best costume awards at the FLHS Banquet
were Clif Deraita, Linda Schmerzler, Chuck Doo-
little, Betty Hansen, Karen Reginatto, and George
The scene at the right shows the French
theme, one of three at the banquet.
June 14-17, the last four days of the school year, was Senior Week -
with traditional yet unique events. Friday, June 18, was Graduation Day.
Starting at 4:30 and going into the evening, a dance completed the week-
Sadie Hawkins Day Slave Day Clash Day
Silence Day Kangaroo Court Dignity at Graduation
ON PA!-21V ,EVTHE 'Y'
For those who didn't want to dance to the Chancellors, there were games, "just plain looking, " and all
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