Alhambra High School - Alhambran Yearbook (Alhambra, CA)

 - Class of 1955

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'arg i955 rrtarics the tertth aimversary .Asif rs f tr 'erm t tht tgsfrrraf t it the birth et the Atomic Age Out 'fiuha meh ard 'xvbrrterl tram ether QE the rush ter nuclear 'ffeapihs frrrfi hhfis: WEN 'fwithm the American Cirrr me threat at war has ccrrre a prff rrrurrtty iearrr the truth about us artfi basal by our rtatiarts teaaer cartea pgrve ur. xerstfrrrrfhrra vt therr uxvrr Atarrrs ter Peacef baseit an the pefiwples A' iieal if Sharma krrgwteeiae But in rfter ti insure the success at WAV ms We have rrtade racrrt tar at least A r Peace there rrrussi tire: DP A Pe ple :te 'fff.f'iI.'IfrlrN1'III1t',T'I'- art irrtfrflrr 'tr Peace A Jrdirtary pebble ef all :ary tramp ll gs true arr exchange ,NXT ,fTLQ., , Q,fLlI'lUAlSS eg,r5 aux breeze a.'.'tt.trra students 1 ru trerr. If .r fszeprqrrqg X, A " ' ti share iheir knaxftedae Ztrrvx tacals trim the Ulf: Wilrfrd Alhambra in 'Q Create that tlrraerstarrntrta VJTTICFI Spam tt the New Wfrrtd Atharrtbra leads ti peace, Whc better tybihes US A. 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With the tremendous Q' A pressure on the Fresidcnt'-s scheduic, and the iarge 4 rf, number oi rgqficsts he rccewes for personai mes- sages, 1 am surc you can understand why it is just V impossibie ior 'mm to find time to prepare spcmai statements on the same subject tor individuai groups. You may, however, use excerpts irom this speech j V, in the Pdhambran, provided they are identified as to ,- I the date and occasion of utterance. 1 am also giad ' to enciose a copy oi the photograph which you re- f - f quested, ry fy The President asi-as me to extend his best wishes to 3 boi? C-3-Z aii participating in the project oi which you write. jf I' 1,1 W Sincereiy, Z 41 'ffggff 1' LZ Z ,ff f Kevin McCann Y- 51 . 43' 5 f ' Consuitant to the Yresident ,, , 41-gem! Mr. Bob ilgvr. ff , Editor L v J aaqfgf Alhambran X! Alhambra City High Schooi Alhambra, Caiiiorma 4' Snciosures "ff " , K' ' 1 2 1' f ' 0' A ' ff Out of the shadows of backstage and the pits of W25 there could be heard echoing through the chill morning air the age-old cry of des- perate annual staff members, l'What are we going to use as a theme?" Outer space, Moortropolis, circuses, and the Gay Nineties had been dust- ed off and suggested once more, but ingenious staffers searched on and on. Accompanying his newly found cousin to school one morning, Ioe passed W25 on his way to class. These anguished groans reached his ears. Suddenly the thought flashed across his mind. Why not use the idea of Boabdil's being at Alhambra High? Quickly opening the door, he was invited to leave, however, he insisted on being heard. "Heres your theme!" insisted loe. l'This is my cousin from Spain. He is Boabdil Alfredo lose Guadalupe Moor de Villanueve, a sort of living heritage of the Moors of Granada, the location of the real Alhambra. He's not just a visitor, he's going to school here through that exchange program, "People for Peace," a per- sonalized internationalism which should give people a better under- standing of one another." Thus Boabdil became the answer to our immediate problem, and it is our fervent hope that other Boabdils and other students from the world over may become the answer to the age-old problem of mankind-How can we learn to live together in one world? Bo, meet the members of the year- book staff. A1 Perreiah CBus. Mgr.J, Tom McGraw CAM! Chuck Krieger CPhotogrcxphyJ. Editor-in-Chief Robert Ilgen Here is d hope thot burns bright in the thoughts of dll peoples-on idedl which is ever before us os We strive toword our goolsg o dreom thot We corry with us os We, doy by doy, ocguire the knowledge with which We sholl build towords d better world, d hope of pedce which sholl lost in every lond, ol longing hope of on internotionol understdndingg the hope thot dll sholl know the closp ond bonds of friendship oround the World in the timeless future. To this ideol we, the youth of the world, devote our foith, our cour- dge, our utmost efforts. To this ideol we of the onnuol stoff dedi- Cote the l955 ALHAMBRAN in the belief thot the Written dreorn moy some doy become the living reolity. nfxfx v - f-.!.,.fxy1.f . f Af. .1X'x'k'H'xfxfx x f N.. 'KV' N41 f X V 1 X, V A fx. 1. .NV 1 X, 'xf X W. X , X 1 ,RA xv. f X K. N 1 . .h XY, , X, JA. 1' I 'XA 'N - X .5 f X ' X X 1 X ,MA 'X ' - - - X 1 1 1 X f .xx 'U R 1 1 A A . .A 'xv 'Rf X 1 m , w 1 " ' X , - fx 1- f -. X . 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Lombard CED, M. Thorton' CPD, G. Reese CC.Wi.D. Row 3: H. Mitchell CCD, R. Davis' CScD, E. Shipman' CSD T Letizia CCD R Freyer CED A Sardisco S M. , . , , . C D. Schnitzler CLD, A. Chavez CLD. E. Mayer CSpD, W. Leeper CScD, E. Brown CAD, I. Fry' CAD, B. Faulkinbury CH.E.D, T. Ward CScD, K. Wilson CMaD, D. Stivers CMD, L. Mills' CCoD, I. Malm CPD, C. Cannini CLD, L. Purcell CPD, I. Kemp CCoD, L. Liesveld CCoD, W. Tracy CMaD, C. Miller CPD, L. Ruderman CSpD, I. Hartnett CScD. Row 4: R. Robertson CCD, R. Benesh CCD, O. Dawson CAD, B. Dye CSD, I. Sitton CCD. G. McLaughlin CSD, M. Wilbur CSD. G. Ward CED, C. Lenser CLD, R. Ball CMD, H. Doembrack CMD, F. Alexander CMD, H. Hooper CMaD, H. Gaul CMaD, I. Patrick CPD, W. Hess' CPD, E. Sowers CPD, T. Wilhite CBVPD, C. Whitham CSD, D. Stover CCWD, C. McFate CPD, A. Hagglund CSpD, E. Haynes CSD, K. Bullock CND, C. Fuller CScD, R. Meister CScD, P. Wade CMD. Row 5: M. Bettingen CSD, K. Bullock CSD, I. Marshall CMaD, M. Miller CScD, W. Smoyer CSD, R. Bohrer CED, M. Stonebraker CED, I. Swihart CScD, R. Boy: CPD, I. McCaHerty CSD, G. Strother CPrD, I. Beeman CScD, K. Weatherhold CMaD, E. Edmondson CED. ACartD, CCcommerceD. H.E.Chome economicsD. MCmechanic artsD. LClanguageD, PCphysical educationD, MuCmusicD, ScCscienceD, MaCmathematicsD, SpCspeechD. SCsocial studiesD, ECEnglishD. 'denotes Dep't. Head. On the following pages are pictures which show the departments in which these instructors teach. the Whir of the pottefs Wheel the Click of the typewriter , ff" r,' W x w X xvA K - 2, - 4 QF' Q W I iwfl Q ff sf i' 'N v f W. ! ' -Q 1 f ' x. ,War E1 .M fn . -:BQ 3 --" v 4 O 4 w1mrn.l",- -..,s f" Wlfmmll 1 v - 'U 3 I xg I 'fl 1 , I9 ' ! I vi , s L A, ' , is Xx , ? L QL, 19: 5 A' N .J X SI! -,S r-5, wi'- .,...., kv4 can .3 5? if lg 4.-S! 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They all looked friendly enough, and he only hoped that he Wouldn't have to say much because he was sure he would make some terrible mistake. The meeting was called to order by the president of the board, Mr. Willard H. Clarke, and Bo tried his best to listen carefully to the discussion, but he was soon lost. loe explained, as best he could in whispers, what everything was all about: the brand new San Gabriel High School and its many problems, among them Kat fimt, you muAt meet our Koen! of fducativn the transfer of students and teachers, new equipment, and landscaping, the report of the Citizens' Committee working on the future of the AHS. plant, and the usual business of salaries, promotions, permits, and general school policies, on which tho board has the final word. Boabdil noticed that three of the gentle- men seated at the table seemed to have specific responsibilities. Mr. Robert Cray was consulted each time matters of pere sonnel were mentioned, Mr. Charles Scan- lon spoke at some length concerning the administrations business activities, and Dr, Q l WE our Auperm tenden t, Mr. Maurice R. Stokesbary Elmer 'Ensz seemed to know most ol the answers to problems related to currtculum Even a lad from a torelgn country who dldn t understand everythlng was lmpress ed by the apparent ease wlth whtch bust ness was conducted loe rem1nded hrs cousln that wrth the exceptlon ot Mr Stokesbary and h1s three deputtes Mr Scanlon Mr Gray and Dr Ensz the board members are just c1v1c mlnded cltlzens rnterested 1n the youth ot the commun1ty and that many people don t realrze how much tlme these people devote to thelr board dut1es At last rt was tlme tor Boabd1l to meet the group ot smtllna people who were partly responslble tor maklng a reallty ot h1s dream to come to Amerlca to study He dldn t say much but he was sllently thank mg these people and the many others tor thls golden opportuntty ln educatton and our aAA1A tant Auperln tenden tA Mr Charles Scanlon CBus1nessJ Dr Elmer Ensz Unstructronl Mr Robert Gray lSpec1a1 SGIVICGS, n x..L loin. lm ' -- v i I Q l--- li- i- APRIL 25 29 PUBLIC SC HOOLS WEEK Boabdil was still awed by the big man Whom he had met at the airport-the man everyone "looked up to." He now found out that this man Was the head of Cousin Ioe Moor's high school. So that is what the Word "principal" had meant. The big moment had arrived when Boab- dil was to be introduced to the Whole stu- dent body on a grand stage in front of a huge assembly. Why, there were more people here looking at that stage than there were at the arena to Watch the bull fights. He was plenty scared peering through the curtain at all those strange faces. Still, he was more than a little pleased by the pretty girls in the short MR. GILBERT STROTHER skirts Waving yellow paper who looked as though they were challenging an imagi- nary bull. He Was amused and highly en- tertained by the boys and girls leaping into the air, making frantic gestures and shouting-yes it was HIS name. "Let's give fifteen for Boabdil lose cle Villanuevelu But something was wrong. The Whole assembly was yelling back, "What's that name?" The students on the stage stopped jumping up and down and stood thinking bewilderedly. Finally one of them dashed over to the microphone and triumphantly shouted, "We'll just make it fifteen for Bo!" Everyone of the enthusiastic spectators was yelling his name, or at least part of his name, back at himl 14 mini tration Koa6diL may we introduce- Principal of Alhambra High School MRS. MILDRED CROSSWHITE Girls' Vice-Principal MR. THOMAS WILLHITE Boys' Vice-Principal This must have been the biggest event of Bos life. He remembered after it was all over how he had been waiting backstage for his turn to speak. He was terribly awed and shaking pretty hard when Mr. Gilbert L. Strother introduced him to a friendly and sympathetic pair of official locking adults, apparently very important also to Alhams bra High School. They were Mrs Mildred Crosswhite, Girls' Vice-Principal, and Mr. Thomas Willhite, the new Boys' Vice-Princi- pall Mrs. Crosswhite is in charge of the girls activities and adviser to the Girls' League board. He guessed he wouldnt have much of an occasion to see her again. Mr. Willhite is adviser to the commission and the Boys' Federation. He jokingly said, f'Bo, l hope you come to see me but that l dont have to come and see youff They both promised tc help him out now by introduce ing him to the students. He realized that this was why these people were here, to be friendly and understanding, to help him and the other students with their problems, and to enforce the rules Which make school life easier and more fun for all the students at Alhambra High School, i f 21 '--ui sa, ,W COUNSELORS M. Iames Kemp Miss Ruth Turbull Mr. Leland Mills, Miss Kathleen Strickland. Miss Leila Liesveld. CounAelorA offer friendly advice. When all the introductions were over Bo and the counselors got to work Bo was soon to find out that our counselors ploy a very important part in the life and educa- tion of the students lt is their Job to help a student in his choice of subtects They give aptitude tests which show the fields in which you have the most natural ability, and subyects can then be planned accord- ingly The counselors keep records of all the students and see that each person is meeting his reauirements One of their out- standing duties is to estimate the size and numbers of classes which are needed every semesterg and with over two thousand stu- dents to account for, it is amazing how they plan the classes with the accuracy that they do. Certainly the ease with which the school operates is, in part, due to the counselors' office. After a lot of thought, Bo and his coun- selor came up with a program. Bo was to study chemistry, English, gym, co-ed cook- ing, and geometryl And boy-the things Bo did in the chem class . . . The Cluld Wei are Uffice aAAiA tA you. Hi loe called Boabdil lm going Job hunting todayl What must l do before l can work? lm not sure loe answered Lets go to the Child Welfare Office and find out There Bo met Mr Stover the supervisor and Mrs Reece the director He also met Mrs Sham pine and Mrs Fairbairn the sec retaries While visiting the office he learned of many of its duties He learned that it acted as a go between a liaison agent be tween the school home and so cial agencies Upon leaving the office Bo came to the conclusion that he had found a place to bring any problems for under standing and help Everyone needs such a place at least once in a while 1' 1 1 1 i . .H . U . L . 0 H . . U1 1 1 1 11 1t 1 11 , . it 1 . . . 11 - 1 1 - 1 . I ' Y Y 1 1 A 1 - Mrs. Gwen Reese, Mr. Dan Stover MISS MARGARET I E BROWN I 30' S-A Xmas- xn' Pi-Rf? She clmea her hola and dimiuea clau- "Her warmth, her human understanding, her spirit of helpfulness towards students on any type of prob- lem-I guess that about ties it up. These are the things I like about her." "She works with us without thinking of herself or the time she spends." "Realizing what we have to do in other classes, she sometimes rearranges her schedule for the sake of her students . . . No, she doesn't let down on standards either." "Freedom of thought is important to her. She makes each student give his own interpretation be- fore she finally gives her own." "She can't help being good because she enjoys teaching tremendously and has such great interest in her subiect At the same time she makes us feel that she is really interested in us Thus a year of growth in knowledge understand ing personality and character has come to many a a result of their association with Miss Margret IE Brown retiring head of the English Department Our Aclwol name com 0l'fA when 1114 6eAet uA MRS KATHERINE S BULLOCK 23 1 Q T5 K l ix ' 'i , Z ,, 4 f - . - - '0 -5 N N J 'U W U57 yy, g A., 729 ' ' 7 ' l .- -znrdfiv 1 6 PLEASANT, HELPFUL SECRETARIES BRIGHTEN THE ROUTINE OF SCHOOL LIFE. Cleft to rightl Row 1 Mabelle Perkins, Donna George, Mary Gostlin Emily jackson Dorothy Hooper Row2 Elena Fairbairn Betty Shampine, Lela Niemann, Alta lessee, Carol Frickle Peg Coops, Angie Holm: loaren t- Teaclaem 1444 ociation The occasion was the senior play cos- tume committees trip to the P-TA Thrift Shop one day atter school to see about renting costumes for the play. Bo Wasnft too sure about the P-TA and asked joe tor the usual explanation. joe told him that the P-TA was the Parent-Teachers Association, that parents and the school faculty Worked hand in hand on projects concerning the community as Well as the school. This years president is Mrs, Hauger, and she and all the otticers ot the organization work constantly to better the understanding be- tween parents and taculty. He also told Bo about the P-TA Thritt Shop. It is run by the P-TA and most ot the things there are do- nated by people ot the community. When Bo got to the Thritt Shop he was amazed at the number ot costumes availe able tor rental. There were costumes ot all periods and also ot several ditternt coun- tries With the help ot the P-TA Women Working there the committee was able to iind just what they were looking tor. They arranged tor the rental ot the costumes,- and when they lett, they were all aware ot time well spent in search ot just the right costumes for the senior play, , 4 The P-TA Thritt Shop is ct limitless treasure of interesting costumes. 'f 7NNfx W XF N fg. ZS 'Q U sf'NN ,fo .,-fg,,.- THE LADIES IN WHITE, THE CAFETERIA WORKERS. SERVE WELL-PREPARED MEALS. lieit to rigntl Rev: . Mary Robertson Flora Sieg Lu lrene SnerwaoaVialet Hain Grace Benton, Bertina Severson, Mildred Brown Haw 2 Martha Srnitli 1'-'xnnie Craven Winifred Hagen Molly Risiier Rachel Balolca Marian Hansen Anna Viel Lillie Ball Ruin Harnilton, lrene Salomon ., ,q,Y if 0- I 1 9 3 t 5' ix 4 6 THE CUSTODIANS WORK TIRELESSLY TO CLEAN THE CAMPUS YOU SO THOUGHTLESSLY LITTEH. tleft to right? Row l Charles Williarns, Edward Smith, Iaznes Mealy, Carl Parker Edward Newliard Haw 2 Henry lungnitsch Tony Frninger, Fred Peterson Franz Lawson, Harry Cranston Ivy Lawson, Iolin Bybee, Hudson Fuber. 3 lP.qf .J " fl E i . 5 wus sl 1 , S, X -- 'v- .Q .gr 49 " xi M xx X 1 'A XS' R KS 1 x .5 ' ' L 'Y , .f K , fa. n EI L M524-1j,. K Rx c ff? Q 3 . . v X ' Sw ww. W6 -I as gum ga A M .ff ,, M .W Q . K Q Q, I .F xox! f -A F91 SX - ' n, f ,. 1 a ' ':A ' 'P' QT- I ,A-s 1 7 D .-"ff , 1 K v , R F98 w fm", I A dai 4 l . C A Q3 1 4' if C 'V' ,Rf I 955 Win ter 1952 Freshmen 1953 Sophomores 1954 Iuniors Senior A suggestion of mystery hung over the Winter '55 Class. Every activity hinted of the supernatural from the fabulous vegetables which grew as big as houses to the charcoal gray sweaters resembling a funeral proces- sion. Why, the giant carrots and po- tatoes are still kicking around back- stage to remind future classes of the Winter Class of '55 No one seems to know what to do with such impossible vegetables, Merely because ghosts conversed and the cow Bessy gave magic milk in the senior play hit, "Green Valleyff is no indication that this was a be- X witched class The spirit and enthusi asm for Alhambra High School Student Body activities was marked evidence that its members considered school far more fun than the solemnity of their color scheme would suggest. The ac- tive senior council planned a dance after one of the football games, but a proposed picnic was rained out. For a class of only a few more than a hun- dred it had its guota of leaders, ath- letes, scholars, and award winners. W'55 class members seemed to have few worries as they dreamed of their bright future at their senior prom, "Stairway to Dreamland" David S. Wagner Richard A. Wallen Betty Io Walters Donna A. Webb Margaret G. Weeks Charles Robert Widney Enid M. Wolfe Nedra M. Woolpert Coreen A. Young Bill Haber bee AIELLO, PAUL V. College Prep. I.V. Football ALLEN, TONI F. College Prep. A Cappella C. S F. Las Sonadoras, Sgt. at Orchesis ASHBY. NADINE General Alpha Rho Tau--VP. Las Vencedorasillist Legislature BALOGH. EDWARD College Prep. Sr. Play Cast German Club BARRIOS. CLARA M. General Sr. Glee Club Sr Play Ticket Comm Arms and vine BAZEMORE. SHEILA M. General Piano Club Sr. Play Ticket Comm. BELLAMY, CONNIE College Prep. C S. F. Sr Play Pro. Comm Spanish Club BOLLOTTE. IOHN W. General BREEDLOVE. DORIS I. College Prep Las Moras La leunesse Sr Play-Student Dir. Girls' League Rep BUHMAN. IOYCE A. College Prep. Los Laureados V Debate Pequenitas'Sec C S F. Life Member BUMPAS, VIRGIL R. General IV Basketball BUSHEY. IOAN College Prep. Comm - Hist. Girls League- -Sec Los Laureados Pfrquenitas Sec Prom Princess CHASE. DOROTHY A. College Prep. Pequenitas lr Council Sr Sweater Comm. 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College Prep. Sr Council-.V.P. Comm. Rally Chair. Los Laureados Sr. Play D. FARRIS. BARBARA General FAYLOR, PATRICIA A. College Prep. Campus Club Racqueteers Sr. Girls' Glee 3Vz Yr. Graduate FELDMAN, DONNA D. Commercial Pequenitas C. S. F. Racqueteers Sr Play Make-Up Comm FIELDS. MAX R. College Prep. Senior Play Los Hidalgos Band Drum Major F. T. A. FOSTER. NORMAN General Scientia Club FRAME. IOHN W. College Prep. 3Vz Yr. Graduate PAY. DONALD L. General GALBRAITH. IANET C. Commercial Campus Club Science Club BATTONI. BILL 1. General IV, Football B Track GERARD. EDWARD College Prep. GILES. PATRICIA R. College Prep. Latin Club GORDON. IESSIE L. General Annual Art Staff C. S, F. GOYETTE. HARRIETT Y. Commercial Sr. Play F. B. L. A. Sondeur Tri-Hi-Y Legislature GRAY. WESLEY E. General Track Football Cross Country GREISZ, GLEN College Prep. C Basketball HABER, BILL College Prep. Legislature Sr Play Pub. Comm Essay Contest 3rd Place C Football nt ,. 'Ip A3 .-I-'Z-1 - . .' .-:-A fax. fx 1.3.3 J.. 5 ps' ,,,.-.' 1.-:-. 0 .W 14829-2 'Elf ,. U. us.-. .4 N . I . . ., :rx ' 4-3:4 4. ff' .1 .566 ,3,g.'t5.. V 1 4 rf' +1 fi. ,x ' ' IIMVIO1 I2 0 , , . f 4211 . .g. fo .., . ,FQV .I - . . n .4 3- - 14 1 239 .. I -- t Ln vu l .L it -'qi ., 1, sofas fd 'f 71 i il " ". ... . I'l ' . I -v 9 nn- 4 - 1 . - IILIY HARDING, LORELLA M. Commercial A Cappella Sr. Play Light and Shadow F. B. L. A. HARRINGTON, IANICE M. College Prep. Los Sonadoras--Pres., V.P C. S. F Sr. Play Ticket Comm HASKELL, ROLAND General Sr. Play Pub. Comm. HAUGER, LLOYD A. C. S. F.-Lite Member lr. Statesmen lr Optimist German HAVENS, IOHN F. College Prep. C. S. F. Sr. Play Los Hidalgos F. T. A. HESSE, ROBERT E. College Prep. Boys' Fed. Rep. B, I.V, Basketball A Cappella l.V. Football HOLTE, If-RRY R. Sr., lr. Council A Cappella-Pres., V.P. Sr. Play Key Club ISHAM, IERRY L. General B, C, V Football IENNINGS. WALTER G. College Prep. D, C, B, V Basketball B, V Track C. S. F. 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SNOW, PATTY I. General Las Moras lla Alii---Pres, Treas Prom Princess Senior Play Costume Comm SOLL, ROLLAND H. College Prep. SORENSEN, ROBERTA A. College Prep A Cappella 3Vz Yr Graduate STAUB. MARY IO College Prep Las Moras-Hist lunior Council Prom Princess La leunesse STEARMAN, MARLENE D General Tri C-Pub. Chr. Sr. Play Costume Comm. STRUTT, MARILYN E. General Legislature TAYLOR, LEE E. General Annual Art Statt TOSTADO. BENNY General V, I.V. Football Legislature Annual Art Staff TAYLOR, RICHARD P. General lUth Grade Pres. I.V. Football C. A. S. C. TRIGON. ROBBERT lr. College B, C Football Stage Crew TURNER, PHYLLIS E. Commercial Alpha Rho Tau F. B. L. A. Tri Hi Y Sr, Play Costume Comm. VALENTINE, RONALD H. lr. College VOGEL, BOB V. College Prep. WAGNER, DAVID General WIDNEY, ROBERT College Prep. WALTERS, BBETTY IO lr. College 3Vz Yr. Graduate WOOLPERT, NEDRA M. Commercial Las Vencedoras Latin Club Band Tri-C WOLF, ENID M. College Prep. C S F Sr. Play Dance Programs WEBB, DONNA A. Commercial WALLEN. RICHARD A. College Prep Comm. General Comm. Athletics V Football V Basketball WEEKS, MARGARET G. Commercial 3Vz Yr Graduate YOUNG, COREEN A. College Prep Sr Play Pequenitas C. S. F. La leunesse-Pres Sec reen U leg it new ctnd different idect for ct senior plcty '... o fdntctsy. Pleosingly presented by the members of the W'55 clctss, the pro- duction wos superbly directed by o new drctmcr tecrcher, Mr. Leon Rudermotn. The novel ideot wcts corried out in ctll phctses of the ploy, in set decorottions, props, otnd costumes. The plot fecrtured the hero, Eldon Berry, the heroine, Prim Stokes, ctnd the people of the volley, mostly the mctny mem- bers of the Berry fomily, pitted ctgctinst the villciin, Tobicts I. Everheel, ctnd his un- scrupulous plot to tctke over the fertile vctl- ley. To ctdd to the novelty there were the gictni VG3fGlCIkDlE3S otnd Bessie, the cow thctt gctve morgic milk. And thott milkl Qne sip brought the power to see ond torlk with the deceosed members of Green Vcxlley clotn, who ctt times got ct bit out of hctnd Cespecicrl- ly thctt witch girl, Prudence Berryll. Those vegetobles were olso astounding. Giotnt corrots, for instcrnce, thott were enough to turn the fctces of the Los Angeles Chotmber of Commerce green with envy. And those sunflowers rctted d second glotnce, too. After cill, who wouldn't look twice ott ct flower os big os ot wotgon wheel? A splendid production, delightful to its oudience, one for the book . , . Green Valley. mn? 'U' 1 rj? f3,ix'. ,. I ' ,pe 1' S. s if X ' Q X. SENIOR PLAY .-Z' 'i 51359 . :'r ffg lx, gig. lfxriei' Cih.'e"-a- f,.ne Mmton l,orL.1 Breedlove Screen Young lcvce 3u?.::,3: ff H ff M K X3 .1ff.l,'I.' .2 . oline :J erin' :ite ff3n:'.'l.if,-1: Qnnf-'.' Q VH! TI T ,lffu tiff. H3'.'f-ry fd Zidlojh Pfgqy Cri-'4.'1r" -Q af F.. ,-,xy sf f 2445? 44174-afg, gferg W4 g Lf- rkk 40: r, , X... P! WL Lg if 41" if PF I A, , MW i 'Q an 7' -g,,,,, if if Am 'Sim is 1. PK' ! Qcw, 3 ' fig N Q' s 1952 Freshmen 1953 Sophomores 1954 Iuniors 1955 Summe Senio The hot lune night was filled with an air of expectancy as Bo and Ioe Moor were hurriedly getting ready to leave for the S '55 graduation ceremonies at Moor Field. As they dressed in their best suits, Toe was busily talking about the graduating class which boasts over four hundred members. Their four years at Alhambra High were filled with numerous dances and parties, flawless club activities, too much home- work, and thrilling athletic events, These outside events enriched the lives of the S55 seniors Without distracting from their aca- demic success. An All-CTF basketball team was achieved through the hard practice and the great skill of many S55 senior boys. The class play, One Foot in Heaven, was a tremendous success. Who would ever dream that a small-town preacher would be expected to endure so many im- possible things-including a "quaint" choir directorl All of these activities, and many more, were successful as a result of the hard Work and the fine direction of the S '55 class adviser, Miss Helen Power. All of the seniors from this class would be gathered together in one group for the last time at the graduation ceremonies that evening. With the fading tones of the Alma Mater re- sounding in their ears, they would leave the Uivy halls" of Alhambra High School with mixed emotions to enter the World of higher education, business, or marriage S' 55 fleft to right? Row 1: Ann Mossberg, Andrea Addington. Wade Lamming. How 2: Bob Ingram. Owen Guenthurd, Dick Webb, Harold Sporling, Miss Power Codv.J. YP 'X ws Q- X Ql it -Q f.. . fx .. k , R 'W H' 'Q 'gl I for J ' , "fel fi-I Z7 , vi? I Hs' 4rN A . - w A: , ea t . T Lf-ev '11 -4 'W Q Elizabeth Havlicek Iohn Herrmann Ralph F. Hoffman Lee R. Hook Karen R. Hughes Ellsworth P. Inaraham Mary F. Hayden Ishii P. Hetzler Suscn I. Holcomb Don S. Hooper Heidi B. Hundt Robert R. Ingram Donald I. Heimbach Connie Hekelnkaemper William E. Hepp Vincent Hernandez Shirley A. Higginson Robert S. Hilde David K. Hirst Gary E. Hoff Diane C. Holland Ieff Holland David M. Holmes Carol A. Holous Patricia C. Hope Wayne Hoskins Iean F.. Hough Carol L. Hoagland Robert I. Hurvitz Theles Hutchings Robert G. Ilgen Warner I. Iliff Edwin Ion Melva A. Irwin Mary I. Iackson Carol I. Iacobsen 1m:XNwq' X- YQ QE:-i X X . l:.M.5.XY.hX . 5 XYC5 x.h. . . xx . -x XX.. K .Nbr-.u K .L X ki- an 15Xi.Nkxx.k1LX A ,. fix K x X ' Xe ' ....-M' X i ' XX X 'QR 5 Q99 NN E QX ,J :T ' ' 'N -gl M Q ws x he M E i S A : fi .4 fgliqgwgi 1 -x S E . X xX . N GN x. gvg SS' xx S. N26 ' Xwts T:- X X Q semi Nw 33, A X xxx via X SQQSQ 2 1, YS EQ XXGQX MM S N x ' S xfsfvffig- s fi M E 2? E 'il Elwsiffsf X 3 ' 1 . 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Okey Alice Z. Painter Roberta Pelligrini Fred H. Ponce xr A Ruth A. Myers Patrick I. Nicholson Gilbert I. Omens Robert W. Parsons Neale A. Perkins Allan R. Porush 4'- QT Irene M. Naugle Clement V. Neal Geraldine A. Neilson Edwina M. Nelson Carol A. Nield Robert N. Nini Fred Nitchy Kenneth I. Norton Catherine Ouellette lustine Oullette Ieannette Page Patricia L. Page George K. Push Andrew S. Pashales lacqueline Patterson Bcverlee Pedersen Alan R. Perreiah Kenneth l... Perrin Roger E. Peterson Carol L. Polito William D. Proul David A. Pyle Obie R. Rambeau Katherine F. Randazzo 9 -A A -6' "hi ,Ji aan Nl. Slierphgrd Ioyce M. Smith Robert E. Squires Iahn E. Stratton Margee L. Svfab 4 ? 'll QU N- 'JS' i"s AQ If -4-J P '. 'J .Ji if .. if 'S' S "N 'W tv' Sylvia F. Shields Sherrill l... Smith Iohn R. Stahl Robert 1. Stratton VVal2c-r Nl. Swan Sharon L, Tr-rrg' Margie A. Thomas Carol A. Shollenberger lames VV. Short William N. Smith lohn K. Stansfield Nancy l, Studer Linda l. Swanson Ianf- l.. 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B Football V, B Basketball Yell Leader LYONS SHERLYN I Business Drill Team L A Sec is H1 Hatters Sr Play Pub Comm MAGDIEL CARAL College Prep Los Laureados Spanish Club Pres Writers Guild Pres Moor Editor in Chief MAGRO IOHNI College Prep MAHLER PATRICIA College Prep MALETTE SUZAN A General Racqueteers MALOSKI LEON D College Prep Auto Club MANN ROBERT Ir College Track MARCH THOMAS College Prep IV Tennis C Football C Basketball MARQUEZ EREDDIE College Prep B C Football V B C Track Ir. Exchange MARTIN KENNY College Prep, Spanish Club Science Club I.V. Football MARTIN PHIL College Prep. MATA TED A. College Prep. Ir. Exchange B, C Football B, C Track MATICH IANET A. College Prep. Campus-Pres., I-list. Alpha Rho Tau Inter-Club Council MATRANGA. LARRY I. General Ir. Exchange C Football Basketball Track MATZINGER. VERNE O. General I.V. Football Key Club MAY. I. DAVID College Prep. MAZY. MARILYN H. College Prep. Les Amies-V.P. Ir. Statesmen A Cappella Choir Annual Staff MC ADAMS. RALPH General Auto Club 3' Q' 4-:Tir MC ALISTER DIANE G. Business Orchesis A Cappella Soc Chair. B9 Secretary MC CAIG TOM College Prep Boys Federation Bep. Ir Exchange VP IV V Basketball MC CLELLAN PATRICIA College Prep H1 Hatters Les Amies Pres B L A Tre s MC CLOY NANCY I. College Prep Ir Statesmen Pres Campus Writers Guild La I-loalauna Pres MC CLURE SANDY L. College Prep C S F Life Member MC COLLUM NANCY M. Commercial McDERMOTT ELLEN M. General A Cappella Choir Sr Girls Glee MCDERMOTT RICHARD E College Prep A Cappella Pres. Treas. C.S.F. Barbershop Championship MCDONALD IANIS General La Hoalauna Library Club MCGINLEY STAN College Prep. Los Lau.e-ado CSF. Comm. of Boy- V, IV Debate MCGLONE RAMONA Gcreral F.B.L.A.-Reporter Las Moras-Pres. CSF. MCGRAW, TOM A. College Prep. Annual Art Ed. B Track Legislature MEIDLEIN. KENNETH A. College Prep. V, IV Baseball German Club A Cappella Choir Sr. Boys' Glee MESSINA. MARLENE R. General Girls' League Board La Ieunesse-Treas. MILLAR. GORDON College Prep. MILLER. LOREEN General GAA. Racqueteers Ir. Exchange MILLER. MARY L. College Prep Orchesis-Prog. Chair Legislature Spanish Club CSF IVIILLIGAN, LUANA College Prep C.S.F ---- Lite Member Las Cadenitas Ir. Statesmen A Cappella Choir MILNE LARRY R College Prep Track Senior Play Lccislature panish Club MOE CAROLYN R General MOEN SANDRA College Prep Las Maravillas Sgt at Ar German Club Latin Club MOORE IEFF College Prep B Track IV Basketball German Club Treas MOORE MURIEL L General Las Sonadora Trea SV2 Yr Grad MORDECAR IORENE S Commercial A Cappella Choir Orchesis F B L A MORRIS SANDY College Prep Las Cadenitas Treas La Hoalauna Pres G A A Pres C S F Life Member MORROW IEANIE A College Prep C S F G A A Art Club Spanish Club MOSSBERG ANN E Commercial Los Laureado Song Leader Comm Ol Activities Campus Pres MULLALY GERALDINE M College Prep L A I-I st G A A Sr Play Comm MYERS RUTH Commercial F B L A V P NAUGLE IRENE Commercial F B L A Plano Club NEAL CLEIVIENT V College Prep Band NEILSON GERALDINE A College Prep Las Moras Sec Treas Nam Moana VP Sec lOth Grade Treas Sr Girls Glee NELSON EDWINA College Prep L s Amie F T A French Club Bacqueteers NEWMAN TOM General Ir Fxchange NICASSIO IOHN M College Prep IV V Baseball If B C Football Speaker of Legislature Comm ot Athletics NICHOLSON PATRICKI College Pr p ITIS NIELD, CAROL A. 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College Prep Key Club V Cross Country Legislature V Track NITCHY FRED College Prep NORTON KEN College Prep IV Basketball Band Key Club Sec Football Spotter OKEY PEGGY General G A A OMENS GILBERTI College Prep Music Festival Award Calif Orchestra Award OUELLETTE CATHY l College Prep Las Vencedoras OUELLETTE IUSTINE S Commercial Las Vencedoras PAGE IEANNETTE College Prep Sr Orchestra Les Amies Sec Las Cadenitas Racqueteers PAGE PATTY General Campus Club V P PAINTER CAROL L Ir College Pequenitas Ski Club PARSONS BOB College Prep Latin Club C D Basketball IV Tennis PASH KENNY College Prep C D Basketball PASHALES ANDREW S Ir College Spanish Club B Track PATTERSON IACKIE College Prep C S F Life Member F B L A PEDERSEN BEVERLEE G Commercial Orchesis Paris Theme Assembly Talent Show PELLEGRINI ROBERTA T Commercial Ir Statesmen A Cappella Choir Stall F B L A Sec Las Cadenitas Hist Sec PERKINS NEALE A College Prep V Basketball Key Club French Club PERREIAH AL College Prep Annual Business Editor Key Club PERRIN KEN College Prep V B Track Cross Country PETERSEN ROGER E College Prep Legislature POLITO CAROL L College Prep 3Vz Yr Grad Sr Girls Glee PONCE FRED H Ir College Orchestra IV Basketball V B Track PORUSH. 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Stall PROUL, BILL College Prep Science Club Science Fair-J54 PYLE DAVE A College Prep V IV Basketball RAMBEAU OBIE R General Ir Exchange V B C Football C D Basketball RANDAZZO KATHERINE College Prep A Cappella Choir Les Amies Pres Ir Statesmen F B L A Sec RANDOLPH BOB College Prep German Club Science Club B C D Basketball Legislature RASMUSSEN DEAN L College Prep German Club Science Club Pres Chemistry Team Ir Red Cross RAYMOND BOB W General Key Club IV Football Legislature Spanish Club RECTOR DAVID L Ir College REED CAROLYN Commercial Trl C REED PAT Gereral REGAN NONIE A General Moor Staff Campus Club Choir Nant Moana Pres RENFREE PAUL College Prep Key Club Ir Statesman C S F Lite Member IV Baseball College Prep Key Club IV V Baseball C Football A Cappella Choir RICE RONNIE General RICHARDSON EDITH M General RICKINGER MONA I College Prep Pequenitas Legislature Senior Play Dir Ski Club Treas RIDPATH IACK General IV Baseball RIHS DOROTHY Ir College Girls League Rep A Cappella Choir Pequenitas Nam Moana ROACH SHARLYN College Prep A Cappella Choir Statt La Hoalauna V P Senior Play Ir Red Cross Council ROSECRANS BILL College Prep Usher Club Pres V Football Mgr V Basketball Mgr V B Track Mgr ROTONDO BERNIE College Prep French Club ROTTNER GARY College Prep RUSSEL IOHN College Prep V B C Basketball Key Club Pres VP Sports Announcer IV V Tennis SAGER BARBARA College Prep Los Laureados V Debate Senior Play C S F SALCEDO AL College Prep V Cross Country French Club Science Club V P C, S F Lite Member SAUBER BILL W College Prep IV Bt letball SAX LOR SUE A Cenera Cai ir u Sr Girls Glee Sr Play Student Store SCHERER MICHAEL G General SCHIRMER BARBARA Ir College I Cappella FBLA Pres Comm ol Finance Las Moras SCHOOLER IEANIE Cenem' li Cappella Choir Sec SCHREINER BARBARA A Ccllege Prep Crchesis A 5 appella Choir Sr Girls Glee Le.g1 la ure SCHWALB RICHARD B College Prep Los Hiclalgos Band SCOTT FLORENCE I Ir College Las Cadenitas Racqueteers SCOVILL KENNETH W College Prep SECOR SUZANNE C Commercial Light and Shadow C S F Sr Play Director SEXTON NANCY I olie e Las Cadenita Racauetecrs Alpha Rho Tau Latin Club SHAHINIAN MARY R Colleg Frep Racqueieers SHARA ARTHUR C College p SHAW MICHAEL G Gener l SHEPHERD IUAN M Ir Colleg Legislature B C Track SHIELDS SYLVIA F General Ir Statesmen F B L A SHOLLENBERGER CAROL A College P ey, La Cadenitas Orchesis Millet Language Awari SHORT IIM College Prep SINATRA RICHARD C Football SLOAN RILEY College Prep SMITH IOYCE M General SMITH SHERRILL L Co nrnercial SMITH WILLIAM N General SOULE LYNNE College Prep Art Club Spanish Club Las Maravillas SPARGO ELIZABETH ANN Ir College Pequenitas VP Soc Chair 9th Grade Treas Girls League Soc Chair Legislature SPARLING PUNKS A College Prep Senior Court 1 V Footba Track Kev Club Legi lature SQUIRES BOB C ilege Prep Key Club German Club II 1: Foo pall L qislature ST PIERRE EUGENE D G eral IV Baseball J B roo ball . 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Laureado Moor Edltor IU CllI6I C S F Llte Member Pequenlta VOLKMANN CARYL E College Prep los Laureado Comm ot Fxne Arts C S F Llte Member Peauenlta VON BERG GAIL General Las Sonadora Pre Leglslature Sl Play Tlcket Comm WADDINGTON ROBERT E College Prep Legl lature WALKER DICK College Prep IV V Baseball Kev Club Trea Skt Club C S F Llte Member WARNER ION P Ir College Ir Boys Glee Sr Boys Glee Moor Staff College Prep Los Laureados Sr Class Pres Ir Exchange V Football Baseball WEBBER GENE N College Prep WEISS IANICE General WELLER BARBETTA A College Prep Las Moras Nam Moana Pres Dex C Bacqueteers WELLS WILLIAM B College Prep Freshman Clos Pre Yell Leader Legislature C A S C Rep WHITE BOB College Prep IV V Football IV B Basketball V Track Sctence Club VVILLIS NORM E College Prep Student Store WILSON IUDITH L College Prep Ir Councll Pequenltas Nant Moana Glrls League Sec WILSON EN College Prep Band Orchestra V Track WILSON ROBERT Gereral WOLFORD TOM College Prep C Traclf B C D Ba ketball halr WOOD NAUREEN General L alslature ll nl Moana lreas La Mcras Po, Chatr WRAY ROBERT A a A Cappc la CTOIY WYKOFF DAVID F Coll ge P ep C Football V C Track Q, S F WYNNE CAROLYN R College Prep La Moras Soc CTOIT lv:1nlMoa'1a Pres C ls league Pub Leal lature YINGLING ANN College Prep Moor Bu Mgr Annual Stall L SI YOCUM VIRGINIA C,o'lege Prep La Iwcalauna H1 Hatter CGllPll Comm Leg oture YOLNG DAVE W Ccll an Prep YOUNG SUSANNE Col ge Prep H1 Hat ers V P I-Ilst S1 Glrls Glee A Cappella r P ay Make Up Comm ZABEL NANCI R College Prep Pequenltas Leglslature Ir Councll Skt Club ZINT VALERIE College Prep Pequenltas La Ieunesse Hlst Spanlsh Club Art Club ZIRBEL EDWIN W General Band Orchestra Ta ent Show ZUNDEL TED E College Prep German Club Pre B C D Basketball CS F Llte Member Annual Staff w 1 A - , . . . , 5 ve .. . . s L41 e , ' 'N ' Y' - L, . . . . . ,, UA -I A A s ..--r' t . I I . , , . - A C' Gcrler l , ' " 5 H ' 5 - fs , Sec I 'l A -lt? , . fr- C: I ' I " I x -- ' 4 I . , . . l 7 Q9 r . . 1 , I F g . . ' 5, V P ' , , . N, QQ r , D G4 A, 4 . A - .1 - ' ' s - . I 1 . l w , . Y - ' , 3 - N I I I I 'Ill' . .. ' , l -ge , --- :ns S , , , . - ' 1 I - LGS Vencedorw WEBB, RICHARD B. Les lwouvelles-Pres s I - - TI. . '. 1 . I , , A 7 I :gn I 1 n A' I , v . . , , , . , ' .+V - l U . . ' s ss. I 1 I 'S' -f 1 . ' A- 'l R . ' - V I I S L ,LL I L A I l I , , 4 I 4 7 f . I I U I u I I -N , , I I u A ' , . , . . A . . , . . E I I ,Y r s ' . I I W. ' ' I I I I . S fl I f 5 . . . , , X N , ' s , , I3 ' A hush fell over the audience as the cur- tain was about to go up on the S55 senior play, One Foot In Heaven, the story of a minister and his family and their trials and tribulations upon moving to another parish. Some of the problems that they had to face included dilapidated parsonages, out-of- this World church choirs, prejudices, movies, and ulculele players. Going backstage after the last call, Ioe and Bo were then told about all the things that had gone on behind he scenes of this successful play. For the actors it wasn't only learning lines each night and afternoon of Une ?vot rehearsals. Over and above the hard Work, there was the thrill and excitement of being part of a play cast, there was the novelty of costumes and makeup, there were the butterflies, as the curtain Went up, that turned to a feeling of satisfaction and joy when he curtain descended on the final act. Finally, there was the thrill of Working to- gether With a patient play director, two hard-Working student directors, and five industrious committees. As they Walked out of the auditorium, Boabdil and loe felt a little more impressed, a little more appreciative of what they had seen and learned. in lien en Q, ' W. f'n.x.'5 5, fi . i 35 1 I ' R ef Y L M 1. YH, ,vi Q 2 W4 ,Z like o - X X ? 5 1 JAV5 's 2 , iyhgfiv yx g h V . , fix? -:viii df I Ti Q w ,N i I al' 1 K A ' , cr 5' ' 13571 lgfw, '-.1 .J"' 1 1 ,A , 4 V, x75 W' 56 tleft to right? Row l: Linda Thompson. Sally Yeczkel. Ian Westland, Louise Olson. Row 2: Connie Snow. Mr. Bullock fadv.J, Iohn Bassett, lon Pawley. V As Blls this cldss helped the All's plorn ond present the S54 prom, 'Porision Pdrd disef' which wots held oft the Glendole Civic. Another ddnce, the l'Sweetheotrtfs l-lopf olso plonned with the Allis, Wosn't os successtulg in toot, it just wosn't ot oll, True, they hotve their ups otnd downs, but, with on edger council, o hdrd-working ode viser, ond on enthusiotstic cldss, they hdve tun working otnd plonning together tor the tuture, When summer is over, this cldss will blossom out os mighty Al2's, trddemorked loy the seniors sdcs they hove Chosen in lustre blue, And Whot or lot ot Weight will be thrown ground. Why, they will loe kings of the cotmpus, omnipotent but not com- pletely impossible. Even though the doty ot the midwinter Classes is slowly coming to or close, this one will cdrry on-this closs ot W'56. s , A b ,Y .V Q Y X 1 i i M ll, 3.4 N . A, gg, K in XA . H H, .' . -' K A ax 5 R - ,' I ' , - , ' Aa i , ' I Q Q E .-figs be q 'C E 1 Q 'Q' b X xhtml! ' 2 'K A Anal .GAB B12 A f V W zf - ,.'.A ,,-., , , 9 ,. W 1 ,, A ha " ,X R T: L tix' L . K fb X X 5 m a XJ X I '4 Lf J , ' . . -x 0.7 A Y L .Ln ,W A K .f-Q CA? 5 Xlw w i -MM- ,..,-N ,, ,, A f+' . 1" E 5 J -Q X Y 1 m 1 ' ' Q - 1 - Q - .3 Q J , X - IW 9 I i fr? W i X - - hx ' A u ' 1 ' " 1-rfif 4 15 . A ' 4 D V is , I V 1 J, p- , . gg B12 " 11:3 .-,' gif. Kin: A K "Ruff ' 1-'ff Eff-, ' ----w-W- Qff "N--M-WW Us ,lxf .1 11' ff V Y- x 1 - -1 ,- . ' VLII f-7 fg 'lf ' YJ, f3.:t1p,:T, . , .1 -1, N1,1 ,. ..,. ,, ,,N,. xa,,,,, I I' '-V 1' Lfw 'I-W 1 , A U- :M igfz fkf,.1T f.f1i:.:i-1 ?.f.:tlf-'.' f I i1'.-5 :iz 15' -"1" ':' 1' ff 3 3' :fm f-'M 19" - -N Cf K, . , '.,4, T . 1. -' . ,,- -rg, V . .. ..A.. V ., ,MA LMA, .,, .. H, . . .'-,ll V-: Az: U1 1411 ll With the opening of school the mem- bers of the S56 class were filled with excitement for they were finally upper- classmen. ln February the W'57 class members were promoted from sopho- mors to juniors, and they too were "men and Women of the World." Along with going for the first time to Career Day, their junior councils were elected, and work began on the junior Prom. Both of the classes received their rings, and for days afterward the camp- us echoed with the strains of "are you still polishing that ring?" Yes, the junior year is certainly one to be remembered by all with very happy memories. Gone is the ignominy of the position as a frosh, even the last vestiges of that sophomore super-so- phistication are dying, and certainly the heavy responsibility of running the campus, as every senior knows all too Well, has not yet descended upon the shoulders of the junior. Yes, the junior year promises much. .5 lm' 'TN . HIPS 'Q gfF?a.. - Q I I .Q-gms.: 2 lid s juz j N n 35145 ' ' FULEY W' 57 lleft to rightj Row l: Gerry Knox, ludy Rys. Ieanne Cascio. Row 2: Mr. Hartnett Cadv.l, Ioan Petlefer. Carol Huggins. Helen Haase. Phil La Puma. Row 3: Chuck Rhoades. Bob Atkins, Dean Mattila. 52 S' 56 left to ri htl Row 1' Bruce Knapp. Susie Titus, Becky Smith, Margie l 9 - Bowman, Elliott Dixon. Row 2: lack Plamondon. Steve Fryer, Tony Longo, Bill Temple, Mr. Wall Cadv.l. 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V ft, Q 1:- 'i ' Wm Y 5 5 All tteft to r1ot1tt Row l Robert EQ tmon Su 10 F kCI Car I Ann Fo Vvltfxf Lhr t Rodda Elder Iteno FYICR omto C1 Aon Kothermo Fc1rre1 Z1 F3rr1er Lmdo lergu on Terry Ferrera Morqoret Fe1 1221 Dc1v1d Fscner Mo1on F1ske Row 3 Pete Fhck cry Foltz Io Foo Notch Foote Cnorteen Fortner a'1e1lo Vowte P214 Foxrnon Row 4 Gout Frornpto Cene Fronc1 co Gow Froncl en F on F ckor St Frye Im Gottog L23 y Gotee RON 5 Corote Got loin Gay Sue Ge 'W It Sondl Georg Betty S111-e p1e Ltnoo Gledh1l1 ter y Gotrnon Row 5 Hortene Gordon Sharon Grerrnnge tcmcy Grl r Rob rto Gul Doroth, Cwyn Potr1c 3 H111 vm Sharon Hon e Ron 7 Ctot dm Hurry I.,'1n Har tl non Peggy Hoxrt Cheryl Horte Ierry Howh 11 Po Hoyde Cec1Ie Hoyd '1 Row 8 Po e den Ray L e ren '1 '1 Rm Henr1ck en RJ H rnondez Hejtek Ar Hmch QQ... f fa SQHUPA 9151? All Clett to r1qhtJ Row 1 Dove Ibobov CE1r1,:t1nf1 Dot1t f' Jury David, Rochelle DC1'lldSO1'l, Morgoret Ffl'.'lC'.1, Sue f" Dawson, Torn Deoring. Row 2. 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N 'fm mo As sophomores the S57 dnd NV58 closses hctve begun to tcike on dctive pdrt in sclicol dctivities, Their 'lfreshmcxnm doiys orre over dnd everything doesn't seem guite os new to them gs it did thot first yeor. Despite the setbgck of cr not-too-successe ful donce, the enthusiastic clctss officers plgnned onother one, cind this time it wos or little more successful. At press time cr swimming pdrtv is being plotnned. The W'58 closs is the lost mid-term cldss in Al-l.S, Their members too were in the donce mood, ond d dgnce wos held in the foll with the B9 closs. A sports ond swim porty is being pldnned for the first port of lune. Both cldsses show promise of being odd- ed to the list of olert, enthusioistic groups for which Al-l.Si hos glwdys been noted. 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Eff-ry, Azrfy f:.,.1r ,-5.rfVr.f fnay Fiiryxra ,1.r,aVr'fr. fa Arty: :'arr.r7.j. . . , . ,V , , ,V V ' Eaia Mary ,:ar.r. ., 1.5321 How L Maxi Brff T ,,Qr.r,' ' I r " ' ar -r' ,Ha flaiaw' rzrifrf 11 -arrv . YZCV. 'V ' ,vs- Ceft a rtglttj Raw l Roger Claus ltm Co me Geraldtne COIblU Davta Cudney Atyce La ts F awk Deoetra Clftarle Dudley Raw 2 Ruse Exe et IaA'1n lleleer Don Fa ter Clflarle Fax Barbara Freed ludy Fry Ma ga L Gla 'Ney Raw 3 Str plten Glaze Rtcnarcl G urrtet Dare Harrtptan loA'1n Harr 'sa l.a e Har rran Bruce Hauger Wtlltarn I-lavvtha 'te R w 4 I I-le1mbacl'1 Tammy Henry lan Heseelgesser layce Hattma Raw 5 Robe t Lewt n Denny Humphry Nancy Hymer lean Iolly Sandy Kalttn Mtchael Kane Martan Kerby Ktmball Annette Lafranclfu lamce Le te Glenda 4 tlet ,A rl rp . aw L Jan Ltxlngr an, Rachel Lun' Cna.ler lVlCp5al'l,,,BSlfk1lf'f1 MCKIHHOH Chuck Mauna: ary' larfiall .-i1r,,y r.a.T1n, lr . W - errjr , ri za .ant Snyry' fcy' ...:rr1s.','ff 3 ff: Marian fi: ...f ...,na.Q rf :.':,f Garry' 'fm' . au' f- rl fartlrtup Der. fe: i'C'.'Ifl. jlarrna Rennn an Jenn' Pere: G:r:Q':: Teva'-fr ftznnc . accck ,urn .andclprp ..:" ' LIT Raznraj' Perf." .gner ' Lr lf'.1'3 Rabinsai rlene .41 fanet G Sei-elsfad -rr" aeiel- stad OW Q,,:.L- hp ' :Shale Slalzada, Stephen Slabin, All . ,, N A A .. .-....,.. ..1f.i'.' I,Z',.ff6Y ll'..l aff? KEY ' Elf 3 .,fY1'IrC.i-'3' "Uv, , ' 1 ....':.. . ' r ' ' P7 .. xr :Llfc Neff- .arte . 'gri- , "' g Y ,. ., , ,,. N. , -ff .,. ,Ulf-,:.... fm., .-, v md-: . , Warn hr .1t1r3f- Harf- 'fra ' r rr utter rj ef' '. llt Inger., f-1r.f1'tf- 'fzrzkurn :tx 'J'-f, 'N'1T"1 1:1 '.."Ce,':fvr"r. Q 17' Air. '.i.r,'1 1.!.......... . 'nd' sl - 7 , - 1 . -5 ' ' ' N'-, 4, J, ....-.,..... . . I wa- W" L ,vu f ' I' aa . As usual, the freshman class began its activities right on the first day of school. The boys seemed to be the most active of the freshman students. As a matter of fact they seemed to be sc enthusiastic about high school their faces became unnaturally red, and l do mean unnaturally, Seriously, the freshmen planned a dance this year and at press time a skating party is in the effing. The dance, called the "l-leart's Hop," was very successful- in comparison with the usual class activities. The last of a vanishing race has passed on, and the present freshman clasi is survivina, unaided bv any sup- port from February underlings. Ap- parently the ambition of this aroup is to prove its resourcefulness. This year's freshman class has several members who have already proved themselves leaders, and we of the ALHAMBRAN are sure that more will be heard of them in later years. Q1 5 S' 58 Cleft to rightl Row 1: Shirley Iones, Sharon Ward, Mr. Stonebmker fadrl Row 2: Ierry Sullivan. Gene Cardencxz, Bill Daugherty. 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THOMAS WILLHITE Adviser OWEN GUENTHARD Commissioner General, 2 Commissioner of Boys, 1 IOAN PETTEFER Assistant Commissioner of Finance BOB ILGEN Commissioner of Literature GLORIA CASTILLO Assistant Commissioner oi Literature IOHN STANSFIELD Commissioner of Activities ANN MOSSBERG Commissioner of Activities KEN KENNEDY Commissioner of Athletics IOHN NICASSIO Speaker of Legislature, l Commissioner oi Athletics, WADE LAMMING PHILLIS VERDUGO CONNIE BOYER CAROL CLAUS STAN McGINLEY Commissioner of Clubs l Commissioner of Clubs Commissioner ol Girls Commissioner of Clubs Commissioner ot Boys Rally Chairman 2 Commi Aiorw Motorama seems to have gone to the head of the l955 commissions, or so it seemed to Bo, because the pro- jects of both the winter and summer groups concerned cars. Bo learned about the W'55 project guite unex- pectedly, he was tripping down the middle of Third Street one day when a serious looking boy, shouting "traf- fic safety," whisked him over to the sidewalk and proceeded to explain to Bo the dangers of jay-walking. The boy turned out to be the commis- sioner-general, and he told Bo that each semester the commission choos- es a special project,W'55 being traffic safety. The two became good friends, and during later talks our Spanish Moor learned that the winter com- mission also planned the fabulous winter prom, "Stairway to Dream- land," and several other dances, After this conversation Bo became very excited about student govern- ment, and when the S55 commission took office in February, he became an enthusiastic supporter. "Gallons For Education" became this semesters watchword as com- mision members raised money for a student scholarship to promote lea- dership. The industrious commission- ers took over Gonzys Service Station one spring Sunday and did every- thing from pumping gas and check- ing oil to presenting impromptu nov- elty acts. JANE CLARKE Historian SUSAN VOLKMANN MOOR Editor CAROL MAGDIEL MOOR Editor ANDREA ADDINGTON Bo attended several commission meetings and felt very honored to be chosen by th commission to repre- sent Alhambra at a California As- sociation of Student Councils con- vention. However, Bo did have one minor complaint to make-the commission picked the strangest places to hold meetings, it seems the regular com- mission room had been temporarily confiscated, and to the HScintillating Seventeen" were forced to become wanderers. Bo, who had to report on the C.A.S.C, conference, found them at last, in minor chaos, in the secret room above the front porch box office with everyone trying to talk at once about "Promenade," palm trees, pizza, and lube tickets. "Es, how you keeds say, rrreall crazzy, no ?11 TOM ENGEI. Rally Chairman Social Chairman Q in DUANE ALLEN Speaker of Legislatu IAN HAUGEN Social Chairman EMILY DANCIART CAROL VOLKMANN SALLY COLLIER CAROL HOUGHLAND IOAN BUSHEY Commissioner of Fine Arts Commissioner of Fine Arts Secretary Secretary Historian x LEGISLATURE Semester McGinley. Iohn Niccxssio. b . 555 5 13475 2 A Llglt s "l x gf, 5 L I 5 t E AOL vor . , ' N U ay-bm-Q Smead 1 flelt to right? Row 1: Harold Spcxrling, Susan McIntyre. Stan LEGISLATURE Semester 2 Cleft to rightl Row 1: Bruce Knapp, Faye Williams. Ken Kennedy Roy 2: Duane Allen, Tony Longo. LA ll L LL 6 ,A L A X ls :Q Q' I , ' L A ,..'jv' ' A - . ' A L L 'L - ,ff L x ' J e K gg lifggifi' , L1ff' v h : l gia- s if T f All Studen t Zegi lature The gavel banged loudly-another Stu- dent Legislature meeting had been called to order. Boabdil addressed the speaker and stated that his class would like to have a bull fight for assembly. Pandemonium broke loose, but the speaker finally restored order at the expense of one speakers stand. A bespectacled Moor stood up and de- manded that such frivolous items be ban- ned from discussion. Thus it has been, ever since democracy first began, that two op- posing forces are necessary to make a de- mocracy work. This may seem to be a sese sion in which a hundred students have a good time discussing irrelevant issues, but the Student Legislature does act on matters of great importance to the students at Al-l.S. For instance, the students enacted a student-planned system to eliminate the dirty campus problem. The student come mittee met With members of the faculty and the administration in order to formulate a plan by which all of the groups involved would have egual representation. This measure, as most of those passed by the legislature, has helped to make life on the AHS. campus more enjoyable. The Stu- dent Legislature is an organization which gives a representative group of students the power to govern themselves in a demo- cratic manner. lt is through such organiza' tion that young Americans learn the pro- cesses of a democratic government and at the same time help to make a smooth' running student government. AX GIRLS' LEAGUE Semester l fleft io right? Row l: lan Haugen, lane Clarke, Connie Boyer, Pat Foos, Carol Claus Yeal-:el Row Czwin, Sheila Coreen Youn Sally , Q, 2: Ginger Cory, Sharon Berkus Caryl Volkman, Sandy Morris, Carolyn Pettefer. Row 3 Marlene Laura Dill, Smoyer, Pat Messina, Bev Claus, Dorthy Chase, Anne Patton, Ann Frank, Stammering thatrhe had "just escaped with his life from a den of scheming fe- males," Bo staggered from the door of Mrs. Crosswhite's outer office. "They kept asking such questions as iWho is your Girl Fri- day?', 'Do you like jazz?', and 'Would you do an l89U Spanish song and dance rou- tine? until l thought I was out of my mindl" "Why, Cuz, you just walked into a Girls' League meeting, Their board is composed of class representatives and officers who plan the school activities for all the girls. Slave, l-lello, and May Days were arranged, and a fashion show, a B9 Welcoming tea, EM? Dottie Rhys, Laura Dill and a senior tea for graduating seniors constitute a part of the plans." i'All that?" muttered Boabdil. "Their pet undertaking was the 'Daisy and Daddy-O' banquet, a father-daughter affair, at which they enjoyed a turkey din- ner, served by the Key Club, some novelty, Gay Ninety acts, and the selection of the youngest and the baldest papas, as well as the one bearing the greatest resemblance to his daughter." "Also," loe continued, 'lthey are co-sponf soring a jazz concert with the Boys' Federa- tion. What do you think of that?'f "Ah, these American girls." Zllt o .Gif GIRLS' LEAGUE Semester rightl Row l Caroiyn Pettiier Ann Frank, Anne Srrioyer, Ann Nord, lan ice Lords, layne Bond, Carol Clau Sally Yeakel Row 2 Pat Patton, ludy Wilson, Pat Edwards, Sharon Gwini Carolyn Wynne, leannine Klarnn, Spargo, Bev Claus, C1 L L u.e. Kai:- BOY'S FEDERATION Cleft to rightl Row l: Bill Smith, Forrie Mendenhall, Gary Mead Owen Guenthard. Row 2: Freddie Miller, Torn McCaig, Bob Hess, Gerry Sullivan, Bob Horr Kay! federation , R y dy, . . and of course we both belong to the Boys' Federation, all boys do," joe was saying. 'l'I'he What?" asked Bo. "The Boys' Federation," retorted joe. "Don't tell me that you don't know what that isl" "No, I don't," said Bo. "I never heard of it, and I certainly didn't know that I was a member. What do they do?" "Well," began joe, "they . . . they . . . uh, well . . . they . . . ummmml Gee, I guess I don't know either. Let's go find out." Consulting Mr. Willhite, the Boys' Federation adviser, the two Moors were told about the workings ol the organi- zation. It plans two assemblies for the boys each year, and it also sponsors other worthwhile projects. This year, besides sponsoring an assembly by the Fisher Body Corporation about sports cars, the Federation did a tremendous job in collecting sports equipment to give to the Navajo Indians at Christ- mas. The organization is currently planning a jazz concert to be held as an evening performance. Thus, the pur- pose oi the Boys' Federation is to pro- vide activities and entertainment for boys here at Alhambra High. BOYS' FEDERATION Semester 2 Cleft to righitl Row 1: Gary Mead Bruce Hauger. Ierry Sullivan. Gene Mendenhall, Stan McGinley. OOp 'C X 4 X 2 5:53 524 QQ: Ill Q UUIUD 714 E19 -na.:-as MOOH EDITORS Cleft to riglltl' Carol Mclgdiel Susan Volkrnarm, Mr I Taima fadvf Qur Spanish visitor had been an avid reader of the MOOR ever since the first day he Was handed his first copy of the paper, and at last he was to learn the mysteries of its publication - or so he thought- as he gazed at his summons to the MGOR office. foe escorted him through the maze of the girls' locker room to his destination and there left Bo to his fate. He Walked in and was immediately pounced upon by feature Writer Who set him down in a chair and proceeded to procure an account of his life for a feature story for fshe saidl the MOOR. This was not, Bo discovered, as easy as it sounded, due to the competition from a duet by the editor-in-chief and feature edi- tor, and from distraught people Who kept running around shouting in code what seemed to Bo to be a disaster emergency signal, "T . . . T . . Bo decided to ask a few questions himself concerning this domain of the fourth estate and learned that apples and potato chips constitute a reporters deadline-day diet, and that the filing cabi- net draped with a black coat was actully in mourning for the passing of the old be- loved chartreuse and brown MOOR office, which has been converted into, of all things, a journalism classrooml Bo left convinced that it was a mystery that the paper ever got published, but sure enough, there was his picture and story in the next Tuesdays edition. b66df6 Q. , f' ' U gr Ng , ky Q ' I V . ,.,, A' 5, g, mv -x f f y W, f f, , ,Q A S11 g Sr, EWS OUTSTANDING SPEAKER OUTSTANDING SPEAKER Barbara Sager Une dcly Bo wos trylng to exploln the Nonders ond spectcrculor thnlls of bull hght ng to loe HIS v1v1d descnpnon of how' to throw or bull wos met wnh on unlrnpress 4 Un l-luhl Now you just come wlth s N y u s me reol l rn l Vllled mth wonder Bo followed loe up slcurs rn the C mrnerc1oIl Bu1ld1ng to or r were d bespec ocled f uno mon Nos rn ne mwd t l o heoted dlscussl n n the o blends f l re1oh Trorde Thrs rs the Al rdrnoor deode sofuo f rspereo 1 e fm d d llsten + MCI' QYTQ oeen lrsred B oeodn Bu the Allan Porush you scud Now you llslen to me countered loe ond thls 1sn T ony bull Alhornbrcf s deloole leoms hcrve won honors ond medclls oll over the stcrte ond nortlon ln foci lcrst ye-or ne Alhcrvnbro deboter won the ncrtlonol chcrmpronshno 1n grrls externporoneous speolnng lt tolces cr lot of lecxrnwork ond co operonon on the port ol ecrch teorn mern ber together mth the expert guldonce of o t p notch debote codch to rnoke CI success ful yeorr Thrs yeor cr hunch cl ecroer be orrners or C1 or nucleus 1 were ons ove c nhnued T rnonqe Alhdrnhro or ncrrne T he cf ned vwfh rn mferscholosnc debcfle Ves but N lere s the bull? 4 r . 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O C9319 rffi C21 v Q Q I X iw it SY 1',J1i'Qi77Q'x 5 c- E E ' E WW' rf 10 ,J X gh 1 O 1 aa T X I wi 1 '15 Z .. 0 FX if lv. 9 4 wfqdo 3 7' 'Q f 1 L .1 I 's 0 I"'l"f Here. w ,o lt JI B- ' ' i iillltil n t -vu U nii v' IQ Q f 11' 1- zu- , E s- 1 l' ' Qgyggmvn 52 S , . tr ,tu f I I l 4 if X. ,L . gt it 1 'hw f fr' , gl - ff, 'I' . STAGE CREW tleft to right? Row 1. Kenny Katz, luck Kuhns. Row '7 Obie Rombeciu, Bob Erickson, Don Cordomon, Roy Valentine, Roipti Monroe. Row 31 Dick Phillips, Don Hooper, Larry Apodacct, Roger Entrekm Iohri Bassett, Biii Lo Bouff, 103 " ,z. - 5251 ,' ' Q2 Q Yu L - vz' gg? 'EV' ' wa ,? m W . Q . fffxffg Q, ,W ' ' f ", V ., . ,aff-N Q , 3 , N- Wix xx N ",' 0 ' LV 7. s ii V Y Q fxwlw A X ff Q 9 f i V, ,Q :ggi 4, i. 6 ,jgwgyr .- 3' .vw " t 3' 71301 'Q-4 , - ' ' "' f 'Q' 1 x 'ff he ',f ,xl ," f f f I 1 I - :Mi ,VA A . Q, f . N, , . , P-f Q 4' f G Q f ' ' if , ' j H 1 ,- ' ' 'U ww: 'A -'SY af 'gif 'f A gm, i v xl? A - 341, K , X x Mffg 1 4 K I' R' L 1 My www, f '5 ' fx N . 5 f A. - 1 4 x x 1 ri 1 Q-Ka. x , 1 , I t , xx .,or 'Tr-ws H -A , f 1 ,rw . qgiik L... 2:-1,6 -. 1 1-. ' ' - -vdvbk Wvwmm, ' ' 4 Qfwwyw ftiimmisf fi is ,. 7,w,. EW' L 6 FF -1 gm ,NH 45 5 ,x X F 4 A 1 ,Q -. x J I ' Y J fl ' 1 5 x ! s ,,'-M 'Yer 52' 'y,.-f MMQQ15 A . 'N , X At! x, . , .. 1, '?"?Wf, 'fl ,14 0 if , 1 . X 31 1 111114119291 Xt E1?nllri,v 'MIA 'L Q. ,I 2'-sg ' +5 Y 5-4 'WM utr, f H9 - xlgifmf Dqmcfvs M fermcrl, rgomiffirmql, CI' kUfICliVJfII'ff - relieved ihc toflium Cf Sillriws Jul X' kv J ang! X ll gif? L f I I ,i .041 1 x l r i ll l L is-Q. t.. '11-1- Box after box of food in seemingly endless procession across the stage found its place under the beau- tiful Christmas tree on Friday, December 17, when the Navajos of Oraibe Mission were remembered by all the Moors. Bats, balls, basketballs, and various other sports equipment accompanied the food. Our adopted friend, Malgozota, was sent, money, gifts, and many expressions of our good wishes at the holiday season. Barnum, Bailey, and Boone's puppets per- formed for the stu- dents and the parents under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Boone. K he gene norman Show it lt was Alhambra Night on Gene Normans Campus Club when the Moors gave a good account of themselves. interviews, auai- ence participation games, yells, songs, banol numbers, and some it the usual acts marked the Moors first participation on this popular television show I I Q, x Lv, ' V .XL, QL! 'J 1, 'L . , ,f f 1 ,V In ,W :g'f'qlL,xf x!1j'f462f6 f" U7 AI' SAV' , LW x.. 7 LV if v W V , f 1 ' ' I I , - 1, Y ,V Qf V fx, Q ,I .. X L ," , ,5 -f k?jJ:t.fL'LS K2 Lag J Jfjfl-Jf gmt' .T Kd L ZZ I Lf r ti, ' fl I r ZPL L J ' 'I ,iv UL f'?1.f'CS-V 714 75613 , U ' LL 7 .LAV14 . vb ,J 1.x L , QW Q i 5 gr ,lg v 'Q K vs - K STUDENT STORE fleft to rightb: Mr. Benesh. Sherlyn Lyons. Sue Sctylor. Ieun Frcmcisso STUDENT BANK Cleft to rightlz Mr. Benesh. Bobbi Loomis, Ioan Pettefer, Beverly Tatton Sherril Smiyh, Kathryn Breitenbuch. 111 5997714 721255 Q q pf f v1 1 I ! xx -J' sux 'K ' XX! X N-x".i.'Vf., "', 5 'f 3 .. fn xg fs- 1 as Sli?-L, 'B l 4 Elia? K 3+ Q, , 2 S sf- Tvs 'N"'m.J f I ff, df' 'K 'sb ll" v X 451' rfgabrnv! ,1!'9 3,4 L ""'? 5 A ,-,- ,,..3 I J ff 'Y' 01442, 3, , T, -ral ' 'rg' ,,4,:, v ' . 1 . wi' U, ,,: - ' ,Y ,V - f Q: , 1 K mggw- - LM ," "f . ,m, 'W1 L , ,uyhx I Vs' WJ ' 'LA .- 'I A I - H ... , . ? SCHOLARSHIP ., L .... ,,.., il., l., HMA. D,. V4 SCHOLARSHIP KIM an LOS LAUREADOS Semester l: Darryl Iohnson, loyce Buhman, Carolyn Miller, Ioan Bushey. ... Tom Engel. Dick Robken. LOS LAUREADOS Semester l Cleft tor rightl Row l: Ann Mossberg, Kathy Klupta, Barbara Sager, Susan Volkmann. Caryl Volkmcinn, Carol Magdiel. Nancy Galloway. Row 2: Bob - Ilgen. Stan McGinley, Bob Ingram. Wade ' Lamming, Bob Archer, Ken Kennedy, Allan -25-9 Porush, Bill Bradfield, Dick Webb. ' Q! ..::nA9.. nav is .,.m,,, Qtr- Nonvr Socie tie A wreath of laurel leaves was the prize awarded the athletes, and even the great writers, of ancient Greece in recognition of superior achievement and performance. Here at Alhambra High, such recognition is given by awarding membership in two honor societies, the California Scholarship Federation and Los Laureados, the latter most appropriately named. Membership in the CSF, known to most Moors as the i'Scholarship Society," is the reward of those who because of ability, perseverance, and hard work are enabled to join its ranks. Devoted to the recognition of outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service to the school and community, selec- tion for membership in Los Laureados, the senior honor society, is the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a graduating senior at Alhambra l-light These honor societies serve as incentives for students to reach newer and greater heights of achievementg to acquire new skills and knowledgeg and to take full ad- vantage of opportunities for the learning offered in high school, They also may be said to serve as auguries of future suc- cesses and rewards for their members. fa' XIX v X 'il if . 1 ,X qt' Subjecting ourselves to every indignity, we were initiated into the clubs which we joined. Silly get- ups and even sillier ac- tions didn't add cz thing to class work on that dcry. But then, anything for the club, don't you know. lift' QXN lf, 2 xi "Meetings on Monday, meetings on Tues- day, initiation days, club food sales, inter- club dance, inter-club council, club trophy, Tri-Hi-Y clubs, departmental clubs, service clubsl What a rnixupl l was writing a letter to some of my friends back home telling them all about the school life and activities here, but when I got around to explaining the different clubs on campus and their purpose, l got completely lost. l don't see how anyone can figure out that jumble." Believe it or not, Bo, that jumble plays a very important part in the social and camp- us life of the students. You've found out by belonging to the Spanish Club and jr. Statesmen how a club enables students with similar interests and ideas to join to- gether to work toward a common goal, and you've also enjoyed the friendship that if Z you've found. AHS. has a larger club pro- gram than any other high school around here and this has both its advantages and disadvantges. All the clubs, no matter what type, serve the two fundamental purposes mentioned before, and each also has its special purpose. The service clubs Work for the various community and charitable or- ganizations, as Well as the school, to earn their required hour limit, the national Tri- Hi-Y clubs strive through their activities to maintain high standards of Christian living, and the departmental clubs help students organize to enjoy activities in special fields of interest connected with the school. These club activities help students learn to work with others and accept and share responsibility, all leading toward a better foundation for the future. YQ. '1 'Qui S350 i Lf- if Ri EJwo.1-els INT . VQ INTER-CLUB COUNCIL Semester l Cleft to rightl Row l Mike Kinney, Arm Ymglmg Roxie Kyer Row 2 Carol Houghlartcl, Wade Lammirtg, Andrea Aaldmgton Row 3 Dave Holman Velda Waters, Arm Stowe, lohn Ntcaasslo, Bortme Slflllll INTER-CLUB Semester Z Klel: to right Haw l Lmaa S'N'.If'1:'fY1 lane TllOIIlpFCZL Hamcrla M:Glane Haw 2 Cathy Klupta, Gall Van Berg Flow 3 Elite' Ihxort Phillls Verauga Tax. MCCQIQ, Theresa Drasca, Velda Waters, lorm Russell . VM If fy 3 1 A 'ex 'lf .af f Y: 'L Q Q.: ' 1 if e-41 RILEY ISTOPI fg a':'g:' 'lI"'l. !HW2"II1 I I It L ' v ll savvy "' aa V' Q pr Ili, g1g1Q.lM1Q1gg' ll!-'Y ,Ex:IlQ g Q , A. af- 4 1 xv" AMICITIA 'left to rightj Rc:-.' 1 Iad1BeEir.ke Margaret Saute.-: Srrzela Make P51-.' 2 Andrea Larkscrr. Ma Frazzer jill 3lTrC1T.:1h3'l.' Karen Harris fb Pgffared Same Brerrar. Iuay Carireh rarer. M:C:rrr.:k Cziri '.'Jek,ber ALPHA RHO TAU 'Qi-it ic rLgE.t, ROW 1 Pr.yl1L.' Turner Ilarrfi- Gray Glzrla Cflfflrli Iarrfft Fglrrer Cher fghr. Haw 2 Barbara M2C:rrr.ack L:Qr.r.a Perry Pat Scr.zlQxr.g 2:14.12 Tcaragie Katnryr. K1rr::.ar. Harm Guy IanetMa!1ch Pew 3 Larry Cavm Charles Rader Davxd Manshexrrt Keri Marithcrne MlCk9',' La: Norman BOFFUIQI rr? -.sw 9: ART 'Eff to right' RSM' 1 Virginia Kerftirg IC Ani SCYCY1 felt. Buena-er RCW 2 P31 Strfliqzf Mzhcf. Pllfi-CQ T.1:fff.ir'j 3.-Circ Nf'lI'I'2'.'.' Tariq? MGYXQ Lgfy' Mucedciii Rim' 'K SRGKQF. Gif' FZLQYT. MCfL.'i'3i.f Ci.: Tiff Kxrffr. Br-try Murici 3t3r."' fluiiy flip 'fdefie Ziff AUTOMOTIVE Lt , Q K' K1 legit. Hifi. fit Inf i.. I, ff . . lliiffi ' 'ii 522- 'Q M Y' ' f I H22 Ku 1 3 . x , i HI HATTERS left tc right? Ban-.' I Helen Martin Par Matzinger, Eddie Ba tes Pat Anderson Barbara Bradley Myrieen Maffetk Irene Henncksa Bow 2 Barbara Bane? Betsy Havelick Virginia Pender, Bernita Belsher, Virginia Yocum, Ruth Thomas Sue Young Bow 3 Pat Mccullen, Marily Icne: lane Tizarnpacn Karen Rf-zley, Maggie Lanza, Nancy Palmer Pat Washburn, Sue Gemrnel IUNIOH EXCHANGE Fraas- Wir. A 7--a " "2 'fri' T' ff. ' at Hain: 'f' " C111 f--1 '.'a'- ' Zvi f' 1'-' 7 f .a 'err A A if:-:rf-' Q-V--11 ' 1 f -1 Wgirfv H' E Fil:-' Kia? " ' ' Hip Cz.: " Li- 'M' 7 127 IUNIOR OPTIMISTS 1 f 11 Q r 10rd L V1 13 R1 P rrl r S nxford 31111111 L1 I Himq r Larry C3 O C111 B '1 Fwd V Hutt J xor M 4 nw or ' T11 dIT1OI'1 G '1 Hoppmg 1 Pa' 15 Clark Hfwn 11110 Rofyfr ilk Chclrlc Rude V1CKFy Luvm 1 - ll 1 X up Jvx '57 D 7 -.N J 11 'Z J IJ I 3 1-'pb KEY CLUB V A' LA HOALAUNA 'I we 15 if I 1 . A P I Q ' "P 1 w a ,A ', i 1 5 'Q X 5' ! . ' I ' 7 G 6 x .1 4 , f 5 lx"'7 ..,, "" ' re... K' ' V . 'J 4 . J 1 ii: X 41? LQ K Q' ,-,ify 4' U Q we e Y r 'LS , I ..:f'i ,J .,.- f Q. LM, LA IEUNESSE ii.. ., ,.,,. Lf... "',,,, . . f',.,,,, ,-., '.,, ',,, LAS CADENITAS x. , mv f- , , , . .----Q 1-Qi --J' . fr Y I ?"1 a 5 ' EX' 'x 3' X 4 'i"'..2llP"3 'iegiv X Q -'Q f' M4 I 4 K xc!! xll J' Q X I if ll? 1 Iva' I 1 Rusv LAS 'MARAVILLAS LAS Moms Q. W . ,. f-4..,., fx . 4 -4 vi ... Y Viv Hd' - f- -A JH 4,-:dawg 1? 7 n -u - ,- Q ......,f.,....... ggsx , M.. ., ! W 9 in V .4 T if ld 6 I ' r v ra fly ,- 4 K ,.., 2 .1.,:. a . . V A V , Q N V t ,1 1 Y V 5' if "-f' If 3 . Wy? X , ' A' X. is '-:f-""""""'- Bah, W we :aim ...Q---1 i LL' Q, wing 'T J, , www? rx 9:-' Hi '.-.' f N , ., "1 . k,'. Lap Lk Io: HLTYIHJ f ,,fZZ- Har V... , !X..1r. LAS VENCEDORAS P' H': H.':'f1':' LAULHA LAS SONADORAS it mt H: 1 Q D, ,. . px r,u., , Q 1 M Q I LANAKILA 'left to riant Raw l Nancy' Barrett H Haag-e Barbara Clams faal Hys, Czerri Kiox HC' Ieari Castia Carokl Huggiris Barbara LEg3kFE,3, Beverf' Claus Sally Gv.f:,11iHC-y fame? 130169: kan Pfftisrfet m1QlITf'3'l.11lT1J LES NOUVELLES ifff' i' right? RCW l fart. Ymglma Tlfll Irfrw MQCKN Mary Lfff- Murphy I'.'i',' Grp-r-It 2 CE111rl:,:!ffA Grxrrf-r MWYA Gxbatori Elena Lntuamf Agn. Silly Kltlx- Ir1,..,... Row 3 Gigi: Raga, Ia" Carp Earraara Iarnx, Srxlrley Skalmg 'grin Paxrrai IJ1ar.r.Q Peqxcll 1 LES AMIES "left tc mqhf Pon-5 1 Edwina fle cr, Pima Carat- Tfaiiy H65-iflr IG Pri Hxrrixar. Rav: '.farQ1r' ETC-1rik'1r?L rfXI'l.'1f'. Main f-71' HirC1f-Ihr. rf-iYf1 Y ' A K'i1','R':rfi':z:7r Y C B is 9 'Pai Edwnrdh isa Rqf S' , V' lg. ple 'S- Ui-.J LIGHT AND QI-IADOYW LIBRARY A 2 v Y . "." ' ., A., J , . , .1 V If Y . V SSTL SYS ,4A.f,T. 1 f- 44' NANI MOANA di, 'Uh .3 gftftgg . 1 , V l,.. ., , .,- ,.f..v ' ", v,,, "V-ff, ' ..Y,,V ' N.,-.., "... ",. ' ' Y --and T J Y-gr -- .-A.. . --AU -'HA ,nf ....... ': KM ...... W. -AJ-.A ...TMLJ .5.r4r. Qi 53' ,jjf gr, I-I . , . YY vw - , ,, .. A X,..,,, ,, !,,. VV H, , , X , r 3, ,,,.. ,Q ,, ,,., H. 4 PI Vww.-.. v ,U MMA ,,,. A ,N of-,. 4 wr, rg,,,,. V 1 . ,, -M -,-,... V, ,,,, w...,,,.. ..-.. , , . ,, ,. :tI'.3I'QCl I-'.Cl111T,Qf1T. ORCHESIS V, ..... , .. .. VW-. ,,,.,,,......, x.f,..,.. - 'N,,, W, "' ,", SCIENCE left ' right? Row 1 Evcx Frzzker Ken Fridixfm, Allard Pcruih A1 Salcedo, Chuck Krieger, Rov. Dave Foltz 1021: Sf3IT.5f1"5:lCi, Loge: Raszigesaen Hay Ferrier, Be: Dams Bch Iigen, Row 3Ker. Martin, Dc Cooke BCL Iiqrzm Lculn Cohen flick Tint? Bch Mayricxrd SONDEUR .-,fi T, righi HCV: 1 Sg:.::.:tt SZITXZIYC L., Lf. Pgyll C.3','iCf. ::IYll"5'K1':lIf Riu-12 C3 36.2167 SEIJTCY. I3:.:1.:r1 Icy M:rr1:i-i'f1- El.Qr.Tr1g,,z H31-.' T.f:.r:1yr. LACE. 3ZT.IilQ 51111631 I: Hnyde PM Cfrzzgit, 53 ""L Tx:-er Hart:-eff 'jcyetfe 139 S CLUB 1101 to 11g'1t1 Row I 1.1.4 SLG go Momn Rmx 'mqu c 1 N Q11 r Gmnv KP-r tlr Grgcxret M Ga rr , SG ,f Y CMU Pegg S1 p O may 'Vuce J Barba C1 Snead Iud 1 gt 1' P 1-Q Brad 11 N cy Fraaco Martma Y Q11 I1 R151 L1 JCI Ba La 1, C1 N 1 T u Roger Broww STARDUSTERS a C a H aa C111 H3 N P J a ay a Ma lil B acr 9 KI 1. . X " ' j 1' .f H Pfam i 111 1',- Q Lxida ff'.'Ja:'..'C:1 P31 P D1, . 4 a s ' .g M C r fd Il' Q Q A 'y :ti 1:1 r., I " Bel 1' RCW 2 Illjl Wllsci SIICIZ' M0126 r r , 5 HHH on, A1-r1 'S G' , G 1 , I O' 'z , '3 C' 3 "r ra Gr 'S 1:1351 Rc' 3 D ck 1 111, B11' Mccurdy' Dlck Walker Bill Huggy, Tom March 11:11 Ponte: Raw 4 Dc: C3356 Parry Fmckxcri Dave Cole, B111 Brcxdheld 'left ta ngnt Raw 1 M ry' r. caxas Barbara Jffaze' SE.Qr.ej. g,41:.e:r. Lai' Harry. Lira Blevins Ro' 2 at Rss Teresa mr sec Barbara KL: " Martha Carlejw fate Le trier rc Q '. fear Hsu h Maria: Lett i 2 USHERS 'lfeit tg 31:3 H -4 W ,. ft ,.- . Fifi. fc? 17:42. nv'-,f Iflflfl Motrwr Erxfzf- .f1ckQr::1'3r. J f"I'.'D ,'rr:"Yf'f'.'1Ql-- f!1:k Rchkeri If-:un Kf-lf" Y: fl 5120? Czrifh WRITERS' GUILD "., ll,.. .' ,,g,. Y , .,, ' .qnixg 'QL in-fi 1 xi r. Henry .., ., 4, Evl 8 TAHITIANS 1621 ' -Aw-f n-.- f ,v AA "QU .v ff I NQLI. 4 Y 9 gr Q K -aq- ill 'T-Stagg ffl U 6 Q Wim 64 Ab .,-f""" N 5 M 5 J f VN X V ei WX ff lf x, ,f', H. 'Ebac'-3,42 i X Ducks.:-Son -A HW AK . R sw ww 522321 ' - fx 'fb Q 'N I X ik ,va x Y I 1 X QOQ C4 sf 'v Mg-SA , L.. 7 - , 'af 415+ N Q N0 0 9 f '57 lt' A 'I 'I. , I fm My 3 w 1 V' x Q L W 5 :Pl L H 'Q' e F-'qi ' , 'Qi- Hv-,QQ ,5 a s 9 - ..'f 'il Q' 'J Xa 2-ki., -f ' if x g N ,TL JK 3' zx 15 5 4 r 4 rf ,,. 1 Qu :gun 14, . M5 ' lk I ? H 'Phi , S K, I 'K X if ff X: 3' "Wim X fu all 2 ,al as One dCIY toe Meer cmd hls ceusm B Mere Qtr Uma down Slxth Street Utter school Suddenly httte Be S eyes JDSHQU Wlde mth tear ter there m CI tar oft held he saw C1 herd et tlerce hulls hqht mg Wtth eefcft other cts they chd m hts eeveft Sperm tee Qertseel hert ts u fe e hh FX C1 P e ,rQ1.e.. f.Cf Oerettte r err ,ft ceceuse Be had hever seen A. I.1rJi1,'A' A. t 4 t fr thi team 1A t ce- ffm 5 QQQ tfi ' C i ' , .,TQ1CjI'1 r uest hecitme A -trttet with Cr cert - fi ,i edt tefirrt Lire 'I t tefrrh A 6 V -1 1 Q, :pri rvflettee fxielt iz 1 1 Fl thterrume' DW ."'.lIT1If'15. C ,f.',,. 1 DE?fQ,CI.. 'iffrri .,.ff.rfwgx A. rr E'fr. re Yteirrthru rffpterfs were cheering: their rrttfrhtv Ewer'E if butts wrt ti vtcffry tr ?oo tba!! QJUQQ s 0-JOQI '00 if . W .5 six aut al the first seven games. A tie with a certain crass-tawn rival was the Mears anly mishap. The eighth game was with the Cardinals at Whittier fer the league championship. The stary at the game is naw a leg- end. Every local Alhamlaran telt the heartbreak as the Maars last a thriller. Hi Wex er, the end at a very success- lul league seascn was lallawea by the hanar at entering the C. l. P. competi- ti n. A Cald and dismal clay saw cur 11 MR. SOWERS.,OUR COACH, SAI DHNOVV, IWANT YOU BOYS TO KEEP IN SHAPE AND EAT THE HI FOOD OVE5 THE SUMMER .MAX 4262923 """"'f,f4 'su 00 E f f r N... - WI 9.3 S+' ggi At least some of the boys were industrious and practiced hard for a place on the start- ing eleven. The band strutted and tooted with great gusto. an efgep squad performed in pretty patterns at half time l fofr the ' benefit of the crowds in the stands. U ' I . YELL LEADERS Cleft to rightl: Stan McGinley, Bill Temple.Tal1iea Sparling, Phillis Verdugo. Yell leaders tugged and pulled to keep the spirit at a high level when the going on the field got tough. x"",3 .igmxfftlx V F , P M X 45 fs, , M ax 'Qi ' '75 J' 5' 'Sf , N4 M ,, 4? , -, .-, . Egg F' X s 4, ,f 'Sr to 1. ", tak Zpgrf .ix Q 1' . ' V lu V7 f xp y if 5 'J' 5 Q .V s V Eff . if 47 k Q I 5' Ya! iii, V6-M V A' A 1 LW tp' ' . 1 ',Z.Nv 'P ' Z' f .ff XX-uf if J., .if S"X..f K xX,,f WWW ii QF tx 1 f Q Y- Eg 'x h ,K was A Q , G J I D . : A , V a--Q - -, 5 x 1 'IV' , .i t X if ' BQ M V. A A S ,W A A 4 . , .x,,, V . ily 5 X-N Z V 5 I U 5 Xxx -N A W W X fhtfff X F4 as ws , si - I , M i 2 , . x Q - W .t X WM., - . 411 , , ,I ' 5 W- 4 , A," H, im 1,1 '.- L Q , , fad fl I J A fy ww , '75 9 4 2 Q 12 W 11 . 'Liv 4 5 u uf? Q 44M W 1 UQ? wa x, W 'dygfii , Q I M' bw 1 .1 g. 4 P' X 'ff -A ,, -4 VN'A - 5, Wim fi Ja s 6 f A . . Q . Wa' . ,-K ' .1 . 4 I r 9 1- ' 1 Q f Some good football and some not-so-good foot- ball made up an excit- ing a season as most Moors can remember. and every player made us proud that we were the Alhambra Moors. .fs --wqwmry ,J 1 -y Larry Apodaca Duane Allen Iim Elder Iohn Foote Owen Guenthard .M Ken Kennedy Wade Lamming Bill Leeka M ,W yew, ,Mwg 5 . lsU?,e?e?M5.A .1 Tony Longo Iohn Nicassio Val Harper Lee Hook Ierry Isham ,ab 6' lack Plamcmdon Don Prouse Harold Sparling 150 'f-an Y ,L ,H . , 'ay Walt Iennings Gary Kemp elk L 'DMN Dick Wallen Dick Webb Bob White Wallen races madly toward the tacklers are swept from his path. It was Sparling, oft to the races in another wild gallop for a goal as all would-be good piece ol yardage. Moors losing another heartbreaker, this time to the Montebello Oilers. Thus little Bo followed the activities of the football team from beginning to end, and as a spectator he saw events which he will remember forever. The lunior Varsity sguad also estabe lished a fine record, having six wins and one loss to gain second place in the league. This season the Bees finally accomp- lished what our recent teams have come so close to several times, Coach lohn Patricks hard-hitting Middies came through with a spotles record to win the Pacific League championship. The Cees differed from the varsity only in size, This team, with only one letterman, also lost its final game and the Cee championship to Whittier. Mb ff a 3 Z, 'iw r "' , 'Q 'I 1 I W ly J ' f M., I VY ' M f fi f , X ,J 'ig E. 1 Y ' 4 p 5 , 4 s 'I Q ,4 MZ. X ,W I - . ' ll 1 wa A If Q F ' ' L W f ., ' ,, I f af I x r E X, gif 'i...f'H- sg Larr-7 Taylor -ug 5 95QUQ17:.,f5UQ5Q57G35g 11, ' w39Q15g3l?Q5, 59621 5 1 U sv- . -f M. i , . ' ,, SL.EJ'.3?Q?.3, rf b' 'Q ,asf gi W. as 31,45 VARSITY FOOTBALL Cleft to rightl Row l: lohnnie Gurrola fmgrl, Tom Avila, Gary Kemp, Don Prouse, Bruce Cummings, David Dabov, Dick Webb, Dick Wallen, Walt Iennings, Bob Squires, Chuck Scanlon fmgr.l. Row 2: Dan Rosecrans fmgr.l, Steve Fryer, lerry Isham, Larry Apodoca, Tom Connors, Tony Longo, Owen Guenthard, Bill Leeka, lim Elder, Dick Hendrickson, lerry Cooper, Wade Lamming. Row 3: Mr. Sowers Ccoachl, Ed iucevic, Duane Allen, Ronnie Taylor, Dick Robken, Bob Baerns, Marvin Mathews, Dick Stone, Bill LaBouff, Bill Bradfield, Bill Downer, Mr. Whitham tcoachl. Row 4: Lee Hook, lack Plamondon, Val Harper, Harold Sparling, George Duvardo, Bob White, Ken Kennedy, Bob lngrahm, Mike Pinkley, Don Bevilacqua, Iohn Foote, George Carrasco, Al Falcone, lohn Nicassio. IAYVEES flett to rightl Row l: George Carrasco, Marvin Mathews, Dick Conkright, Ronnie Taylor, Don Bevilacque, Bruce Lombardi, Dennis Roberts, lack Willis, Chuck Lanzi, Dick Stone. Row 2: Ron Rios, Rod Baughn, Al Berry, Dick Henrickson, Ierry Miller, Paul Babral, Tony Petrotta, Don Carlson, Tom Aplanalps, Chuck Rhoades, Dave Diaz. Row 3: Sammy Curto, Clark Reynolds, Tony Parillo, George Smith, Dave Mings, Bill Clune, Bill Beck, Kent McCabe, Ted Danciart, Tom Charlton, Tom Giannini, Bob Maynard, Bob Boyd Ccoachl. Row 42 Cliff Schwander, Ierry lanes, Bill Donahue, Clilt Grimmel, Chuck Kinney, Don Carpenter, Ted Iemelian, Dick Fisher, Bill Barash, Chuck McNaughtcn, Ronnie Flint, Tony Bontiglio. YQ ' , if x 4 V ' M' ' , X in ' ' + , Seldom under the arcs, the Bees and Cees played brilliantly before the few interested spectators who managed to get down to Moor field. I'-N CMAJ Conn try While the pigskin fever pervaded the atmosphere, these harriers went their way, pounding the pave- ments without much thought of glory and cheering crowds but al- ways working, working, working tirelessly. CROSS COUNTRY fleft to right! Row 1: Lee Lodes. Pete Canzoneri, Buddie Monroe, Keith Silbaugh. Row 2: Al Salcedo, Bob Nini, Frank Lodes. Conrad Maldonado. Bob Provines, Ken Busby. 9 f M4 -, Aer BEES Cleft to rightl Row l: Dean Mattila, Ed Martinez. Gary Mead, Ted Mata, Freddie Marquez. Ierry Phillips, Tom Schiifilea, Pete Tunney, Eddie Keenan. Row 2: Bill Nelson, Iim Powell, Ierry Hayek, Bob Bria, Bill Richetts, Paul Simone, Bob Atkin iola, George Doebler, Alan Davidson. Ion Hunsicker Cmgr.l, Mr. Patrick fcoachj. Row 3: Ray Valentine, Bob Peluce. Rhett Rechmache ry Sullivan, Herb Balderson, Bill Mann, Dennis Hooper, Donnie Lang, Ierry Seilstad, Mr. McCafierty fcoachl. Row 4: Dennis Brest - ' eilstaaw Ierry Miller, Iim Randolph, Bob Lowe, Bob Fisk, Mike Bushing, Tom Weaver, Rusty Weeks, Rusty Everett, Elliott Dixon, Ioe Flores, David Brest. CEES fleit to right! Row 1: Bob Latham, Bruce Cosatmiusg Iimine2DCorky Mason, Bob Mesias, Richard Vallone, Danny Messer, Charles Menden- hall. Richard Lynch, Roger Erickson, Cappy Peaslee, Paul olier, George Dyer, Larry Baerns. Row 2: Mr. Purcell fcoachj, Gary Hadsell, Mike Messina, David K Lynn Carlson, Mike Schilling. Pete Ruscher, Gene Cardenaz, Ken Giles, Richard Pellerito, Ronnie Cardenaz, Carmen Chiarenza, ad Gledhill. Frank De Petro, Bruce Hauger, Gary Marshall, Mike Quinn, Tom Egan, Tom Martin, Mr. McFate Ccoachl. Row 3: lim Kckoris lmgr.J, o einz, Bob States, Kurt Kingston, Frank Kall, Ronnie Magro, Don Hooker, Dave Hooker. Bob Fleck, Iohn Behrens, Dennis Buhman, Terry Ferrera, Wayne Rose, Vay McGlone, Phil Agerle,'Bobbie Contreras, Tom Iohnson, I-ouis Finochio Cmgr.l. Row 4: oderlund, Nick Provenzano, Tony Montana, Richard Al ylor. 'Iohn Chase, Ken Gorsuch, Bob Hill, Iohn Cook, Walter Peters en Stratton,,Bob Karnes, Frank Randazzo. Iohn Hesselgesserxgarles Bryant.,' Wm, mf Wwgfy. ' ,v " It was the dreariest, smoggiest day anvone could remember, and Montebello didn't help the situation even a little. The Moors played their hearts out, but it wasn't quite enough. 7 :xvwwlux uxx '- ' ,fam A A C9 W? 'E 9 1' It was basketball at its finest brilliant beyond belief at times The regular season games were marked by truly great performances, but the play- offs provided absolutely impossible outcomes. Ea lee Mal! After seeing his first basketball game, Bo knew what he would be doing every Tues- day and Friday - seeing the rest of the garnesl Up 'till the beginning of basketball season, our Spaniard Bo had been a bull fighting fan, of courseg but before the sea- son was over, he was forced to join the BAA. CBasketball Addicts Annonyrnous, you knowl, and its little wonder that Bc got "hooked" to the habit. These are a few of the things he saw: ln the beginning of the season he saw us win a game by the slim margin of two free throws. On the other side of the fence he saw us smother Monrovia by ot cool 77 to 37. Not only did Bo see close games and near slaughters, but he saw one school record broken and another almost tied. ln the El Monte game, out thundering ca- sabans rolled up a score of 98 point, four more points than the previous school rec- ordg and in that same game the individual scoring record of 42 missed being tied by one point. Not only did Bo see us win the League Crown, but he also saw us become the championship team of Southern California the Clli. champs for the first time in 33 years. And those playoff games were really something to see tool Most of the final aames were so close and exciting that poor Bo almost lost his mind- but when all the excitement was over, Bo went to inspect our well-earned C lr? trophy and gave out with a true Alhambra Moor expression H ilWell lll be a dirty bird and you cant hardly get them no morel' ,pi 1,- 4 'r- I A . ,L ' Qfsxvw' L5 'S' ck' 151 4, VARSITY Cleft to rightj Row l: Iohnnie Gurrola, Bob Baerns, Bill Lenser, Dick Lyons, Bill Rosecrans Cmgr.J. Row 2: Coach Miller, Ken Kennedy, Bob Archer, Bob Hurvitz, Darryl lmhofl, Tom Charlton, Bob Hilde. Row 3: Iohn Russell, Ioe Devin, Chuck Born, Ernie Baker, Dave Pyle, Steve Kemp, George Duvardo, Steve Fryer. IAYVEES Cleft to rightj Row 1: Russ Everrett, Ierry Sullivan, Richard Fisher, Robert Bria, lerry Iones, Tom Newman, Charles Scanlon, Ron Roberts. Row 2: Harold Arenstein, Bob Boag, Gary Ottoson, Iohn Rogers. Don Bayha, Ierry Miller, Bob Fisk, Coach Patrick. 56 V I ! 1 I I I I A ig ' Arnold Samardlch Row 2 Doug Al CEES Ueft to right? Row 1. Don Me 2: Coach Purcell. Pete Ruscher. Ich BEES fleft to rightj Row 1: Coach B4 r DEES fleft to rightj Row 1: Robbie ' Baerns, Gary Hadsell. Paul Collier, No, Duane Allen was not clearing the llght post in this picture, but he did the next th1ng to it one afternoon when he posted one of the best heights in the C I F this season Upper right: Gary Otte- son has heaved the iron ball out into space from the shotput ring. Right: Iim Vaught has just taken off and is about to clear the bar in his usual accomplished fashion for a few more points. ff rack I 9-'R-Pl ft of 4 More Moor champs. This time it's the high-flying, fleet-footed Varsity track team that copped the Pacific League crown. ln addition to the league crown many school and league records were broken or tied in both track and field events. Undefeated in dual competition, the mighty Moors went on to over-shadow all other league squads in the league prelimi- naries and finals at Arcadia. Although no official score is recorded, splendid perform- ances marked the Moors' efforts, and, as we go to press, the Varsity sguad offers promise of great things in the C.l.F. Outstanding among this seasons events were the Pasadena Relays, from which the Moor Varsity emerged victorious, and the El Monte Relays. Something new was tried Cor something old was revivedlg the first night track meet in many years was held at Moor Field with Pasadena. The hard-working Bees and Cees were not so successful, however, individual per- formances showed good potentials for next years teams. All in all, it was a track season to be proud of. VARSITY TRACK Cleft to rightl Row 1: Larry Cummings, Rolph Laur, Bob Stratton, Ken Norton. Duane Allen, Vlalt Swan, Iohn Foote, F.rt Sawyer Gordon Holton. Row 2: Lynn Nilson, Al Salcedo, Gary Otterson, Tony Longo. Dave Dabov, Steve Fryer. Don Cardamon. Rusty Weeks, Bob Erickson Bob Nini. Dave Diaz. Row 3: Ken Perrin Cmgr.J, Harold Sporting, Keith Silbaugh. Ken Bushy, Dale Carter, Ierry Miller, Bob Ingram, Iim Vaught Dick Fisher. Bob Provinees, Iohn Stansiield, Bill Donahue, Robert Eastman, Bob Imhoff, Dave Wykoti, Coach McFate. .. .A N . 390 U ' 4 A -' ' 4- 6' cm i"i '- .-.-F3 ' ' ' A Z-gf0'f,' .zwfigb A1 .. .val I H l 1 . fi-: . H -ml Mu! 4 1 VI bigiggj '-A 30 9311--W4 f RILEY B TRACK Cleft to rightl Row 1: Rhett Rechenmacher, Bill Bowles, Rusty Weeks, Freddie Marquez, Pete Tunney. Vince Galasso, Dick Nasseii. Row 2: Bob Harper, Dave Fisher, Dean Champion, Ted Mata, Ray Farrier, Don Cardamon, Gary Kapic. Leroy Townsend, Roger Drake, Coach Purcell. Row 8: Bob Legakes, Conrad Maldonado, Art Hayek. Frank Lodes, Bob Lowe, Gary Franzen, Tom Wolford. Dave Stokesbary, Charles Ray, Ierry Hylick, lim McCue. 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Tenni A truly surprising Varsityl Made up of only one returning letterman, and the rest former layvees, Alhambra's Varsity tennis team surprised everyone, and showed what hard work and a lot of hustle can do. Play- ing far over their heads at times, they came through when not even their fondest friends hoped for wins. With almost all of both teams returning next year, Alhambra can .J look forward to a really powerful tennis team in '55 An eager layvee squad, the defending league champs, again showed their strength and depth. When asked for a run- down on scores, the layvee coach was able to smile loecause the record shows some surprisingly good performances. IV TENNIS fleft to right? Row 1: Gary Mc Donald, Larry Taylor, Larry Baerns, Ron Woods, Norm Iacobson. Stafford Smith, Wayne Greene, Mike Warmack, Iohn Kirkpatrick. Row 2: Coach Swihart, Bill Marchant, Rusty Everett, Steve Slobin, lack Wallock, Andy Rice, Ronnie Trepp, Ken Giles, Phil La Puma, Bill Smith. 5 Q fx 54' Vw AW lf- 4, QM 'TGYNY Le"l Trapped between first and second, Ed Keenan is being given the business by Mike Cushing and John Bassett as lack Plamondon nd 'Iom McCraig look on. KaAe6aIl One day in March loe Moor was very surprised when his cousin Boabdil said, "When are we going to watch a baseball game?" loe looked at him for a moment and asked how in the world he knew about baseball. 'lWell," said the little Spaniard, "it's very simple." You see everybody in Spain knows about the grande Americano pastime, we call it 'beisbolf l would like very much to see a baseball game. Well, that's how Bo became interested in Alhambra High School's baseball team. This team was unusual in that it consisted of a very small squad. However, this factor seemed to have no effect on the quality of the players. Bo learned that the boys were outstanding individually as well as in team play. He especially followed the activities of the pitchers until he found out that the "bull pen" was only a baseball term and not a place where fighting bulls were kept. This season the Varsity nine had a very fine team, but was about as unlucky as one group could be. Since some of the players were kept out because of the Cllj. basketball playoffs, the team shaped up slowly. Then, after finally working into a fine ball club, five out of the first nine games Were lost by only one run. As we go to press their record is four wins and five losses, and there is a chance of cap- turing second place in the league. The layvee squad showed a group of promising young ball players, and with a little more experi- ence it could have had a much better record. The team has accumulated five wins and four losses in league play, while its overall record is eight wins and eleven losses at this time. Dick Webb eases into third on a throw from Ed Keenan to lack Plamondon. Iohn Nicassio and Tom Mc Craig are interested bystanders. Owen Guenthard is about to hit the dirt as Bassett lays down a hunt. Nicassio is catching. I f we JZ ,f,,.','.ff4 1 -,M Q2- K aI- xx ixy 1 an-. sy" Qxx' ,J X l Q 2? Q 1 J , K, A. ,gngzg .www -S 3' '- fN w'n,gnP', - NNXX X' ' I If T' YJ iid f' la- 4 x 6 " ' X a 2 5 el 4 all ' ' I ,f anim N" W I ,I A , e M V , vw, ' 'V M ' fe... 3,4 - A ' ya ,,.-I A M W -H131 'I' I 4 ' , 4 5. , if ' M 1 ff A W J ,fp -J gm-xg XY! VARSITY 'BASEBALL Cleft lo rightl Row l: Eddie Keenan, Mike Cushing, Bob Archer, Owen Guenthard, Iohn Nicassio, Iack Plamondon. ?1b Hurgxtz. Row 2: Coach Patrick, Coach lanes, Tom McCaig, Dick Webb, Don Bevilacqua, Don Hhodus, Iohn Bassett, Russ Girard, o nnie urrola. an.. 4 , qv., , bv M , Y .V I ,,. IV BASEBALL flefl to rlghtj Row 1: Bill Nelson, George Dobler. Ierry Sullivan. Gary King. Row 2: ceppy Peeeleefflirii 1-y,ni.1iB. Arnold Samardich, Bill Beck. Ierry Phillips, Doug Alexander, Ken Colby. Dave Eckard. Row 3: Mike Quinn. Frank DePe!ri, Ierry Iones, Bill Smith. Dick Ecker, Ierry Cooper, Melvin Melsheimer, Bob Boyd Ccoachl. 1: wer '14-fl " XNXN, Q A ll HA 'Ln'-wr :,, . 4 r 'Q 7 ' F MERRY . " - o t - 'ti 1" 1-if Egge- T G.A.A. BOARD Cleft to rightl: Pat Wilson, Madelyn Franzen, Sandra Morrfs, Ierry Corbin, Pearl Northgup. C O I Stdrched White blouses, irrimcrculote block shorts, or yellow school bus . . . Bo stopped dectd in his trcrcks ds he crossed Third Street. l-le nudged his cousin loe ond ctsked where this strdngely clotd group could be going. loe expldined thot they were members ot the Girls' Athletic Associcxtion, which 'Jos going to cxnother high school tor d ploty doty, loe cnlso introduced Bo to the club ddviser, Mrs. Vincent, crnd the president, Sdndrd Morris. Bo wcrs crmcfzed thot girls pctrticiported in such sports as hctskethdll, volleyhotll, ornd sottbctllg but he agreed thctt it Wcts ct grcdt idecf. l-le Wos ledrning rndny new things every dcty dbout lite in on Arriericdn high school, Luanna King accepted the trophy I and roses as the 1955 Alhambra- y Mark Keppel Posture Queen in a contest which featured the best that both schools could produce, 'd'1"1MwjcL. i' 2 Tennis. baseball, and archery were only a few of the activities in which the gals engaged during gym classes and afternoon G.A.A. meetings. Determined to make this the best ad section to date. our business staff, Marilyn Mazy, Al Perreiah fmgr.l, Ann Yingling, and Dottie Weston promoted the idea of using photographs which featured students. The idea caught on and many merchants scheduled pictures. Because of their continued interest in our publication we sincerely hope that this section will be used as a buyer's guide-a directory ol reputable merchants in our community. 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' 1 1 , , . A ,, . f 1' 1 ,' ees ,1 , ,nf ll ,f T- 41,14 . f" rfb 1 ' 73" ' X f' I 11' ' lffl F' ri 17 r' 1 C 1 v rc' ' . ff .'1 - rn 2, v Aff . Hy, i.f1iV QQ L .V Clfgeff No One Can Resist Although this could hardly be considered conventional streetwear, these Nsweet- hearts in swim suitsfl Nancy Zabel, Dottie Ftihs, Barbetta Weller, and An- drea Addington, attract lots of attention in these fetch- ing little numbers from FAYES, 101 East Main St.. Alhambra. PEDRINI, INC .... Presents - Fivv '-'--'FF-WAA'FW: AF F xl Your favorite of the year --- , l 3 l "Mr Sandman" Cnordottos l 1 ' l i N X ri 2 AX'v lgavy Ciolckeltkugblill f-gayesrl mi l I L' ' ""i i' 1 6 bjsgr lbleigiihal choice Q-I UP 3,44 A I 1 D 230 W. Main Street lilllllll rlllll Fil X My W "f Willy' X Supplies for all kinds of painters Wiwatatiummkw at ' . W. B. HAYES PAINT STORE , , 25 So. Garfield Ave. Alhambra Free lnterior Decorator Service "We turn rooms into homes" AT 24156 Custom Made Furniture at Lower Than Production Made Prices TOBY HEEB.S SPORTING GOODS Budget Terms-Open Wed., Fri., Sat. Eves. Dlsmbmors for Featuring Crosby Shelvador Refrigerators Wilson - VON - Spaulding AT 275198 llfl W. Main St Alhambra 226 E Valley Blvd. Alhambra AT l-5314 l82 -nn' Out for on otternoon of terrific fun, Tom Kctlern, Iotnet Srnith, Sherlyn Lyons, Iooln Perreioh, Chuck Krieger, Shirley Berkus, lim Fry, Sharlyn Roach, and A1 Perreiofh go to the PASADENA WINTER GARDEN, 171 So. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena, to enjoy skating ot the Southlonds finest ice rink. HAPPY VALLEY POULTRY and FISH E E D cl P 1 . . . E E res resse Ou HY IS IEWELEY TO DELIGHT EVERY TASTE BAR B-Q CHICKEN 37 W. Morin St AT1ontic 4-7544 Aihorrnhro XLR' ALHAM RA OFFICE suPPLY E P+ 4 ffff Sfafwff SW 1r5'a,z5'x,3r,.'S.,.,.,, E NE I' E ' 'VA' Alhambra, California 'A w f31 Easi Mala ALHAAIBRA, Get up too iotte for brectktotst7 Tfei 53319 Ht 4 - A Sine Diotrnonds 4 Siivervfctre 4 Woiches IQINES DONUT SHQP Expert Watch ond Iewelry Repair 325 W Moin St Across the Street 183 Again a distinctive SMITHCRAF TED cover Was chosen to bind the pages of your Alhambran . . . designed and always manufactured specify in the West for western schools S1Tiill'1CTCIflGCl THE S K SMITH COMPANY 400 Montgomery Street 5250 W 104 Street San Francisco 4 Calif Los Angeles 45 Calif ROW K Luana Milligan listens as Bob Ilgen shows Al Porush and Nancy Galloway To morrow s style and per formance in the seasons finest and smartest car Pont1ac from the BEWLEY ALLEN salesroom 801 East Mam Street Alhambra BEWHY AlllN CII CADILLAC PONTIAC 801 East Main Street 1 l Misfits sr-to Zfilfwgzd il Ann Mossherg helps Geri Neilson, Lindo Eerguson, onol Donna Wilcox os they examine the amazing bargains at LIEBERGFS beautiful Campus Shop, 421 East Main Street, Alhambra, Where torshion reigns supreme, The BERGE Company U "ElNE REAL EsTATE'f gig? TO YOU 2 North El Molino street 'hge to U53 'f9',.,m"'6 54,522 mmf Of Mm Smell THE P. T. A. THRIET sHoP E ALHAMBRA, oALiEoENtA ll North Eirst Street AT. 2-9164 Allontic 9A4l8l ' Cllmberlonol 3-4902 Qmiomat . HAIVIIVI PLUMBING, HEATING is APPLIANCES 425 WEST MAIN STREET ALHAMBRA BOB BAERNS, LAURA DILL and BILL BRADFIELD Like Kaftan lf fee Cream MORE ELAVORS THAN YQU EVER DREAMED 5l3 WEST LAS TUNAS DR SAN GABRIEL l85 Congrafufafionzi fb KMHASS or '55 anzfvffnash MO lj. Morin Street Alhcxmbrcm TRNU75 "1-' QYZNCP if Y Q37 att 5 O Linda Swansen agrees with Ai Perreian when he asserts te Chuck Krieger, Nancy Sexton, and Kathy Kirknani that Hthe goings great in a Racket 8" tram TED LARSEN'S OLDSMOBILE CO 1147 West Main Street, Alhambra. iff rn.,-1 .til ,JJQQLA .' Ciilaer iiri Ffverett iff':f.T:.i:Gr1',' ALHAMBRA BLUEPRINT COMPANY Fergie's Hobby Shop 'tlete' H'itcttit'tfg:f ' iff- Lennie: AT 2-2238 17 N, First St tg Swim Cggrfielti e ure. ff mate "if 1.L'."'ifi.'Y' A tiil K. , ' ' K. , , H , , MM mpfm-D AT 1-t 196 f-ttttmtm L,Ot,tfS SUY ttttltt A . Drafting Materials Linens A Curtains - Draperies MAURY'S Fir the Entire Family uwdym ,A .,,i.. .,.,. 2' nt r :si Plain Street rw-5 ,.,-ve, fy-ef,--fy ,..t,., , ff? f' gf XMLJ J-S113 A X.,,... ..,.- SHUES 1 qt 'Vx'-f 55 .F vt tw xp, 2, L....A,.,,-. ,. f I THELMA EDMUNDS Cirset and Apparel Sing, AT 411361 A Cirnplete Cerset Servie Seientite titnrafs' rv A it L . L- 1.1: J 4 7 tw A Ykfwvw r - X it ta YL it Mt Q 'Lf Pas' Vain Ainitrnrgra M A vt will et A A rib X1 f-w J. l Everybody - but everybody - gets into the act when Photog Tony Loya trorn ANTHONY LOYA STUDIOS, otticial photographers for the l955 ALI-IAMBRAN, comes on campus. 55 we - THA. WFMl5lRIVER "We answer your calls" FURNITURE Youre Out - Phone Rings - We Answer Alhambra D t' Her 'rr W N 'fl 5 -P Maple flghneirylee P513 f lllllczclglilogany' Annan GIPTWARE . LAMPS - CARPETS .3-4902 ugfgwiffgilifgfiggi 9-4181 445 W, Main St. lAcross from Libraryl it VAN'S JEWELRY B6-S1 The HQUSQ Qf 0,5533 Class of 55 71 FINER DIAMONDS it 'l' Buy on our Budget Plan at no extra cost SHAMRCCK ROLLER RINK l5 West Main Street 328 West Valley Blvd. T319 FYi99d1E' lI'1 Alhambra lI'1 El Monte 5 S San Gabxel Blvd, San Gabriel Af 78472 UP MM 17140 Lff' fl '4 A' I ia ' ,naw W wx Day? GE, Iohn Nau says. nga I o r X foazfoucfr out off an These Hot Days """"' '11 ,, 'MG' 57--Uffff-W 1 0f"fif'5 :'g:,,Fi "" tl ,h Valley ek Ethel Ga, f - rsrt V 4,11 - use I 4 A . 320525552 'ln' M ZW .,,,:.., "5 -'Q:fs"" "" 2U Flavors We Cater io Parties 189 Alter the thrill of test driving a '55 Ford from the T. LYELL PUCKETT showroorn, 726 East Main Street, Alhambra. lohn Stanstield enthusiastically praises this sleek-looking model to Caryl Volk- mann, Paul Rentree, Karen Flinck, Ann Yingling, and Sue Volkrnann. McALLISTER'S CQHQQATULATIUNS Greeting oemig - omg A simmefy 'GLASS QF 155 33 west Mmm si. Aimmim our Sincere aood wishes lor your future happiness and Su Cces Q ANDY IENSENS so .1-s WHEEL SHOP 2118 West Main Street GLAD T0 HELP THE ooMMERoiAL Sclgwim Alhambra Englifikes CI SS SCHQGL GIRLS WHO WANT GOOD BUSINESS IOBS ALHAMBRA is outa Hows rowii gl.. ,mu -3' mr thi TIP-TOP EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Nm P 4 h f lQ7 South San Gabriel Blvd A 5 P I it Las Tanas A SAI: GAEFFI. U 9 Ki-iN' 191ARiiMA1QTi SHOP 520 W, Main St. The Loettlers AT. l-5036 l9O X' as Mzf ....'is. sb jaAAi0n jirdf N W iii Ann Noid, Betty Kirkman, Martha Kneeland, and Sally Yeakel strike a pretty pose, attired as they are in cleverly styled play clothes and holiday apparel from BRAGG'S, 216 East Main Street, Alhambra. Wedding Reception Supplies When frosts come and go, and cold Winds blow, Greeting Cards Party Goods QUT highfops are it ln the snow BE:NDER's Downer P t G d St ,- gr Y OO S Ore Douglas Shoes BOYS, AIQEQSEQ 327 W. Main AT 1-3581 Alhambra 125 E- MUN A' Mm Machines - Typewriters - Office Supplies Office Equipment Pe te Mil er 1 E K y y - P A I N T C O . ins :- w A W 11 .. .M G 'me' 7 7-du" 217-223 East Valley Alhambra Paint Dept. AT 9-5241, Wallpaper AT 9-2121 S1-1OP Where your GROOERY DOLLAR . . . . Buys More HARRY W. BENSTEAD CO. REAL ESTATE k INSURANCE I ' Sales ' lnvestments ' Property Management L 'A' M A' R S FORREST O BENSTEAD Broker-Manager - Hes Phone AT 4-9479 Friendly Markets, IHC. Office Phones: Alhambra, AT 21149 LA., CU 342656 706 W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel 100 South Garfield Ave. Alhambra, Calif. 191 fi I Exclusive ot I., Eeoturing . . . CAMPUS SHOP RoSi3MAR1ER1ED Guia: ,gg 'li l2l E. MAIN ST. SWIM SUITS CRAIG-LEE PHOTO SUPPLY W CRAIG STEWART Corneros - Einishing - Repoirs Projectors f Screens - Eilnis Plione AT 2-3900 HELEN I. KEMP INVESTMENTS Gttering o Complete Building Service GENERAL REAL ESTATE QS HNISURANCE ll27 So Son Gobriel Blvd, AT 7-96l7 E330 Eggi Mein Street Alhgmbfgy Cqlif Son Gabriel, Culitornio AT 2-lU1l8 Evenings Goocl Luck to our Euture Citizens I M A X I M E S Andy Anderson Insurance Agency Yorologe l42U So. Gortielol Ave. Alliotrnlnro AT 4-2455 57 Eost Moin Street Alhornbro, Colit. Best Wishes from lily' lCr.ov.'r. Srurfl' for Men vvVCff1f'T. flY.'1 C: 1. Qrf PROBER'S SHOES DONALDSON'S IEWELRY if S' Gizfelol Ave ,QS-re, GIVETHYINN BACK TC Qy"OVEr Al:12::1Pri: ATI-1317 YN Eist Khin Sr AlEy,::g.lfr': C :lf Q , X E ,. , ,,, ,. , CGSTU,.,i. ,ENELRY Tl1Ai S lJlrEr.RElQT Repoiring LS our Specialty l92 i ,199 i XX swvivif QLW Enjoying the newest ot the new, that wonderful new Studebaker, in the BOB WONDRIES MOTORS, Authorized Studebaker Sales and Service, 1333 West Main Street, Alhambra, Barbara Rliodus and Betty Leatherman acknowledge all the superlatives that Freddie Marquez and loe llift can utter about it. YOUR RET HEADQUARTERS 1 F H Birds - Puppies - Tropical Fish lnsecticides - Fertilizers - Garden Supplies I 7 I-I E, V3 ' McCORMICK'S PETFES. GARDEN STORE 529 West Mm street pimms AT Q-4393 41 T - ,Clary Davis says - ' NFCR THE BEST ll-I Serving the San Gabriel Valley Since l929 1 SRORTHIG GOODS SCC Bain 6 Davis 559 2,5 7,35 gf SIN PmNTING CO. QS: Guin? CCf.fl.'fERClAE RRlf'TERS 1 X Paine gi? N Garfield Ave Y gy i . , Feqmrmq VCR V iiyr lg AT 2-3l23 Alnarnbra, Calif. l93 :-' ' ,,-.-- ,-'2 -1 W -ZEVEIEZEE: ...,....... .. ,- -- - . - 5 mu ""'A tlllllll tttttltttl 41 1 Zia l I ,Z 233 eases ' ' I f g I llllllll For Sportswear . . . 36 West Main Street ' Catalina ' lantzen ' Ship 'n Shore R Teena Paige and many others 0 Angeles Peggers tor Him S cSf H Green Stamps with all cash purchases Phone ATlantic 9-5275 C,l.F. Champions- Here's orchids to the Winners- every one from 1 it Across the Street FRANCES KENNEDY REAL ESTATE F INSURANCE 8746 Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel AT 7-6147 AT 6-3078 Typewriters, Adding Machines - Sales and Service Phone ATlantic 6-0115 Raub's COMIVIERCIAL STATIONERS OFFICE SUPPLIES - PRINTING GEO. M. RAUB 9082 Las Tunas Dr. Temple City, Calif. VALLEY VAN 61 STORAGE CO. Owned and Operated by Alhambra Transfer 6 Storage Co. PACKING - SHIPPING - STORAGE - REMOVALS 'lOn The Ltne smce 19096 102 S- Garfield AVG Phone AT 2-2255 Alhambra, Calif. THE MIGHTY NEW 1955 MERCURY lower, longer and loveller N? ZQ4 .oc-c-.-L --many' W 1-vii? 'W f e-IL f 7e. K LJCLV on he FLL CHARLIE S RICHFIELD SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MOTORS Q YOUR VOLUME LINCOLN MERCURY DEALER San Gabmel Ca11f 222 West Las Tunas Dr F D TITUS 6 SON Surglcal Supphes Drugs and Chem1ca1s 24 S Garheld Ave Alhambra Phones CU 3 2776 AT 4 3221 Caht PAT HOPE IS pleased Wlth the expert Job clone on her clothes at FDMJL DRY CLEANERI KNOWN POR VALUES W T GRANT CO E111 er upl 645 East Mam St 201 East Mam Street Alhambra S CS H GREEN STAMPS MATTHEW S IERRY S CAMERA SHOP QRAPERY COMPANY ' A REST Pl'1OI'1e AT 2 0745 933 East MCHF1 Street A1hGmbFCI 32 East Mam Street Alhambra, Ca11f 195 , . . sr . fQ jf'f'fjfjffff"' " '1:'.:2f44N,, ' " ,., .. A1 :iziifsiei "i2'E"l 'MMTK f ' " ...V , ..,, , -311: IUQVI .,. - -.--A, ,.,,.. 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I I xl X60 MW M 83 PHOTOGRAPHY FINEST PI-IOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE FOR SCHOOLS CI-lurch1ll9 7082 CI-laprnan 5 5587 3455 OCEAN VIEW BOULEVARD GLENDALE 8 CALIFORNIA YOUR FRIENDLY LENDING NEIGHBOR 55999999 FlAV9AVZE f9M999V 250 West Marn Street Alhambra Cal1Iorn1a LOANS FINANCING CENTURY MOTOR SALES FOR FINE CARS Packard Volkswagen Porche 818 W Las Tunas Dr San Cfabrlel Callf AT 4 3211 CU 8 5502 DOWNTOWN YARDAGE for Forrnals Nylon Lace all shades Sl Nylon Nei all shades Taffeta pla and check Ch o e spun Tall ta Satln all shades and not ons 27 West Mam Street 00 Alhambra 196 xl six., xy s . , sf x -xx! Q w , - , 'J .5 Z .ea . I N X ,N I V I - f-SJ 'X ,K 1 l 1 .I -'E' 7' I A N , Q .oF" ' zo' -' a Io lt, 1-Z.n. 'I927 o A. I 0 -9- 9 , - , Q . . S'-'ro-co i I H K ,, 1, c. ' ' r ' W 5 r " "-P ' 7"wfQ..'J15 -,--'-,.il -,.'. , . , 50 rn 'ed 58 r rn e 89 - - ' f- . .59 1 CU. 3-3939 AT. I-5790 WISE FURNITURE MARKET CHARLES H WISE' I LUCAS WISE Eine Furniture for Eine Homes ll65 West Valley Blvd. Alhambra, Calif. ATlantic 2-I283 CUmberland 3-2525 ALHAMBRA FLORISTS for The Seasons Most Beautiful Blooms 6Ol E, Main Street Alhambra, California Invest in REAL ESTATE for Security I. L. POOL - Realtor MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE ISOTARY PUBLIC 8236 East Las Tunas Dr, AT. 7-5226 IOne block east of San Gabriel Blvcll Luana Milligan and Shirley Higginson nod approvingly as Iohn Russell is fitted by lvlr. Gilbert Kell in one of the newest sport coats. Ml? Alhambra - Tem pl BILL LEE DANCE STUDIO MW ,. 'WG aj-L Learn to Dance The modern way . . . Classes ISIUU 83l W, Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel AT l-5835 2 THE ALHAMBRA CAMERA SHOP The Leading Camera Shop in the Valley Max I Bruensteiner AT 2-6365 l27 West Main Street CU, 3-2596 ZACHMAN N LITHO SERVICE 7 rzisivmrz Z.aCHr.fA::r: Cllmberland 3-273l 8474 E. Garvey Aves Soi San Gabriel l97 Your at Meet T We Sell . .. The real "cool" heads are always cut at NORTON'S 221 W. Las Tunas SAN GABRIEL Friends OM'S Men's and Boys' Store "Leader in Style" 112 E. Main St. AT. 1-5341 Alhambra Homes, Not Houses CONRAD REALTY glyou waxing sokrnething better, try the best. Mr. Al Klayman shows Marilyn 107 W' Valley Blvd' AT' 9-5009 C12 OH Ml tthft lihh dO'Kf and yMerritt ihncgrcl gcrleillebiiifrsleain RAilICeI0?lA0rE'iI10lVNlTURE1vgOUI0l0l1PI0lNY, T073 SAN GABRIEL West Valley. Alhambra.. Prompt-Courteous 0300010000100 Semce COMMUNITY LOAN SERVICE 00000 to 0000000 coNTRAcTs REFINANCED Reserve reef leee bY phone Automobile or Furniture PAYMENTS REDUCED ATlantic 2-1661 CUmberland 3-1315 15 So. Garfield Ave Alhambra, Calif. Paint stores deal in color and color makes us glad- Other times, they tell us, some colors make us sad. But its the nicest kind of business because it deals in beauty- And there are nice things you get to do-not at all a duty, Like for instance, saying hello to some kids that now are grown 'Who have been among the best kids-we have ever known. ANDY'S RELIABLE PAINT CO. 1100 EAST MAIN. ALHAMBRA 5 A V E M Q N E Y HOTELS--RESORTS-TOURS-AIRLINES-BUSES ON ALL SPEED fs POWER EQUIPMENT STEAMSHIPS W E B C O Byrne Travel Service ATlantic l-l9l9 47 s. GARFIELD AVE. ALHAMBRA, CALIF l9 EAST VALLEY ALHAMBRA Telephones: AT. 2-5171 - CU. 3-2250 198 Why be Nowhere, man? Get it cut THE PALACE 1012 W. Valley Alhambra 1 -'-- , -a 2,2 E. Mu 1 - A L H A M B Congratulations and Best ot Luck in the Future Lorraine Lalsonde, Barbara Schreiner, and Sandra Smiley admire a smart trock with teen- age appeal from PENNEY'S, 323 East Main St., Alhambra. Congratulations to the Class of '55 BI DEX llllllllllllflllll Bookbinders Binders of the ALHAMBBAN 305-307 So. San Marino Ave. San Gabriel AT1antic 7-6363 199 lnsure ee Wlth our Fashrons In Footwear J C NAYLUR Wlth h1s Seal OH Ywpohcy IIEMPHILL s All 1S Secure A U5 W VGHQY Blvd AT 2 4117 27 East MQ H shea Alhambra Alhambra GENER1-mor I Q, , 1 I ' ' 3 H of A 1'l S Student I E depended on 3' fji! if e tm gain! .1 '7 Cbxrv' I Q I, 5 y ?x T Pt H5 ALHAMBRA RADIO TELEVISION LABS INCORPORATED Congratulauons to the Class of 55 Telev1s1on Applrances Rad1o Sales and Servrce TURNER STEVENS and TURNER NKUQS Rbxl-V5 93412 MaIn at Almansor vu' 1: SLINB LI. NN Lrttle Stone Church ATlant1c 2 1861 AT1ant1c l 3910 Maln St Alhambra The edztom Ata A and adv1Ae1-A thank Mr lack Cannlcott L A Engravlng Co Mr B111 Retchen The S K Smlth Co Tony Loya Anthony Loya Studlos Mr Ace Adams Ludlow Composltlon Co Bradshaw Bros and partIcu1ar1y the merchants oi our communlty who through therr Interest and help have made posslble the pub11catIon oi the 1955 ALHAMBRAN S . . . . . CO. at I . 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