Amphitheater High School - Panther Trails Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1950

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Because of h1s long and falthful SGIVICG to the school, h1s sympathetlc understandmg and patlence, and hxs devot1on to h1s wolk, we the 1949 1950 staff of the Panthex T1a1ls xespectfully dedlcate our annual to George 13 igvoffzerzfon ilu fllilemnriam It IS with a deep sense of SOFIOXK that the student body of Amphltheater hxgh school must 16COId the loss of th1s great frlend and teachex Death has taken M1 Bxothelton from our classrooms but the thlngs that he behex ed 1n and stood for w1ll always remam a l1v1ng paxt of the gxowlng tradltlon that IS Amphltheater 0 6 O O O O "4,,f7wwW", . , , ' , ' -3ff,gj1,g'f'w ,, X 'Q 1 G ' 0 ff' 445 v ' 'eff ' tl ' , ' s 'GL .- , rl MN V ' , W gl, 53' LJ? wk? xi n ' Y' V its -v'T' Ailminisatratinn F01 the past f1ve vears the supermtendent of the Amph1 theatel schools has been Paul E Gultteau Hls mam responsxbxl 1t1es are plannlng new and 1m proved courses care of school bu1ld1ngs and pIOVldlHg text books Bes1des the normal load of hls Off1C6 Mr Guxtteau has the addltlOHa1 task of keepmg up the general morale of the students and teachers whxch IH turn keeps the standards of Amphltheatcm hxgh In h1S capable hands hes thc fmal xesponsxblllty for the wel fame and morale of hundreds of tudents and teachers and the stccessful management of the grounds and bu1ld1ngs NICHOLAS PAYNOVICH O O O O 6 PAUL E GUITTEAU Blacksmlths apprentlce sec ondary hxgh school teacher and soldler were occupatxons wluch preceded Nlcholas Paynovlchs present Job of prlnclpal of Am phltheater h1gh school In 1929 he completed hxs hlgh school educatlon and then went to Flag staff Teacher s College where hc recelved hls Bachelor of Axts degree 1n Educatxon Mr Payno vxch has done an excellent Job of settmg up the currxculum and guxdmg the students through thexr hlgh school years gxvmg them advlce and counsel result mg from h1s own Wlde and Vafled exper1ences We the students alt proud of h1s hxstorv for to us hc IS a l1v1ng example of the old adage, There IS no royal road to learn1ng" , . 1 1 , . n ' ' 4 l S v n . , . , - 1 . . , Y - lv x. r 1 . -i ' 1 1 . . X .v as ' Ahumerz ESTHER PARRIS ROBERT HIATT LORRAINE GLEASON The new OfflCG of Dean of G1rls IS be1ng fllled by Esther Parr1s Mrs Parrls var1ed dut1es could be llsted under the general head lngs of counselor and vocatlonal gu1dance d1rector More SpEC1f1C ally her desk IS the merglng point of all the woes and wonderful 1deaS that beset glrls 1n a h1gh school s1tuat1on Another flrst ln adm1n1strat1ve pO11Cy created Robert H1atts Job as Dean of Boys Here at Amphl the 0ff1C6 of dean 1S one of many tr1als and tr1bu lat1ons The pos1t1on conslsts of three mam dut1es guldance C0unSe11ng and d1sc1p11ne the latter bexng the most fam1l1ar to some of us Mr Hlatt lS also athlet1c d1rector for the Amphxtheater schools and IS 1n charge of all the boys act1v1t1es Together w1th the dean of g1rls and the Jumor h1gh adv1ser he takes care of the reg1strat1on of the students Capably f1l11ng the pos1t1on of Jun1or hlgh superv1sor IS Lorrame Gleason Engl1sh teacher and Chlef custodlan of Jun1or h1gh headaches Brlefly she d1rects the currlculum plann1ng Jun1or h1gh soclal serv1ce act1v1t1es and IS always ready to help the scholastlc fledg l1ngs try the1r wmgs Mnarh nf Qfihuratrnn Roy A Bullmgton W R DuBo1s Mrs Chnsima A Bloom Plannmg for our new hlgh school was the Board of Educatlons mam problem th1s year In the end they had fmal Jur1sd1ct1on over the se1ect1on of the Slte for the bu1ld1ng and the archltectural plans Our Board of Educat1on COI'1S1StS of the pres1dent Mr W R DuBo1s who IS servmg h1s second term Mrs Chr1st1na Bloom also servlng her second term as clerk and Mr Roy Bulllngton newly elected 1n November who began servmg h1s term AD January of 1950 Th1s group has a vo1ce In all our school pol1c1es and they are strongly behmd the med1cal program We want to congratulate them for the excellent Job they have done th1s year . O O O O Q E ., . . . U. ,,. .. . . . , . ,.. . . . - I. . - . . , .. , Y . , . . , . , - . Y- .. . , - - 1 Q 0 O O O Q O H yr , f. fl ft -, .-f' - " . . . , . . . . , 7 ' ! Y ' 3 Y ZH at E LI Marvin Alberta Business Manager Robert Bencek General Shop George Brotherton Soc1al SCIENCE Flo Batson Off1C9 Vivian Bancroft Homemaking Howard L Beazley Engllsh Football Engllsh John F Combs Soc1al Sc1ence Drlver Tramlng E H Bergman Mathematlcs and Mech Drawmg Rose Catalonatto Physlcal Educat1on Robert E Colwell Amerlcan Hlstory Amer Problems Lxlhan V Cooper Englxsh Speech Everett F. Childers 1, K3 Lou1se D Detor O W Dlshaw Gladden Elllott Robert M Fetz Ada M Fugate Spanlsh General Math Bookkeepmg Chem1stry Shorthand Busmess Math Comerclal Law General SCIQDCQ Typmg Busmess Trammg Robert A Hxatt Hazel Hlckox Edna L Huss Velma Latner W1ll1am LeBoff Dean of Boys Secretary Art and Crafts Enghsh Mathematlcs George Mrller Rxchard Y Murray Harnet Nichols Peter M Overson Esther C Pan-1s Amerlcan H1sto1y World Hxstory Mathematms Vocal Musrc Dean of Glrls Amer Problems Spanlsh Dramatlcs SOC131 Sclence Wxllxam Macomber Allan Sterrett Elsxe M Sulllvan Belle C Sussholz Harold 0 Taylor Counselmg and Soc1al Sc1ence Engllsh Mathematlcs Blology Gu1dance . n n J . . , I n ' u I " Y Y . U n . l I I t . . Rita M. Gallagher George Genung Alice Gilmer Lorraine Gleason Orson P. Greer Journalism Physical Education Literature English Physical Education Social Science Social Science Speech Social Science Samuel LoMagl1o Diana Lovett Nancy Marusa Murl McCain Jr Bruce McKellar English Physical Education Office Physical Education Algebra A-v 1 ZW nf jvuix Talmage Pomeroy Harriet Redfield Eva L Rxcherson Ellen Russell Mane T Smith Physics Shorthand English Librarian Home Economics General Science Typing Harold C Wayie Lawrence Wilson Catherine Wrenchey Mary Lou Young Leona Jen en Social Science Instrumental Literatui e Vocal Music Cafetex 13 Music English O 5 - ' 4 1' ? Alf! I . P V A 1 . . . . . V "Hear xg 'x . 4 Q . X , . . . . I. . V 5 Svtuhent Qlnunril ..... Keith Clawson President Donald Estes V1ce P1 esldent Steady work and qulet reform marked the progress of thxs year s Student Councll under the d1rect1on of Mrs Esther Parrls dean of glrls and Mr Robert Hlatt dean of boys Toppmg the 11St of COUHC11 contrlbutlons was the formatlon of a student commlttee to organlze and dlrect student SOCIHI llfe An addltlon to the constltutlon calllng for two representatlves from each of the classes was the result L6g1S13t1V6 machlnery ground away second semester to push through a SSFVICG po1nt system at Amphl Such actxon would hmxt the number of off1ces Wh1Ch could be held by a smgle student 1n one year Better assembhes creatmg mterest at class B games a pOSS1b111ty of an employment agency here at school a prospectlve student honor coult ICpO1tS fxom the Student COUHCII Conference at Yuma and requne'nent for athletlcs dommated the d1scuss1ons at the weekly meetmgs They sponsored such act1v1t1es as a Masquerade Dance Football Rxllx and a Palent Teachers program brmgmg to a close the1r aCt1V1t16S whlch had provlded regularlty and smoothness IH our student bodv affans Patsy Chasiam Secretary Mary Venuh Treasux er S ' 'V -'fi A74 . y- ff ',w::'1f -- , -.1-4,7 wr: ,gs -. 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Joan Settlemlre Don Nuckolls Beverly Everett Ann Lowe Presldent V1ce Presldent Secretary Treasurer 1950 means more than Just the half century mark to our sen1ors To them It means the close of four of the most wonderful years of the1r lives So that you may share the1r memor1es w1th them lets turn the clock back Lo the1r freshman year We see a group of scared green kldS begmnlng the flrst adventure of the1r hlgh school days They proved the1r poss1b111t1es by present1ng a successful Swlmmlhg party at the end ot the year As vxvaclous sophomores they helped to ra1se the school splrlt to a hlgher standard than ever before lhey presented the football team w1th one of 1ts great stars fleet footed Earl Colwell The1r sophomore hop was more than Just a trad1t1on It was a dream world of MUSICBI Notes wh1ch drlfted through a ce1l1ng of sus pended crepe paper Startmg off the1r Jumor year Wlth a bang they sponsol ed a dance the fxrst week of school A v1gorous magazme selhng campa1gn contrxbuted to the fmancmg ot one of the hlgh spots of the year the Jumor senlor prom Much tlme and effort was spent 1n brlnglng th1s event held at the El R10 Country Club to the 1949 Senlors the memorles of wh1ch we know w1ll always be treasured by all who attended A hay r1de at Tucson MOUHt31H Park ended th1s eventful year Th1s sen1or class was 1n a way dlfferent from the precedmg classes It was the f1rst senlor class 1n the hxstory of Amph1 to elect a glrl pres1dent Under the leadersh1p of Joan Settlemlre the sen1ors accompl1shed many thmgs She was ably alded by the other sen1or class offlcers VICE pres1dent Don Nuckolls secretary Beverly Everett and treasurer Anne Lowe The sen1ors proudly presented Amph1 w1th 1tS flrst All Arnerlcan football star 1n the form of zany Bob Hart He contrlbuted to a V1ctory over Tucson Hlgh wh1ch was consxdered the most unexpected upset of the year 1n the state In December the sen1ors presented the faculty w1th an mformal farewell Chrlstmas party that was enjoyed by everyone Shufflmg of dancmg feet gay volces ra1sed 1n the tradxtlonal smgmg of carols were the farmhar sounds commg from th1s party They had taken the1r long awalted Dltch Day planned by a well chosen commlttee under the d1rect1on of Frank Gastelum w1th Shxrley Humphrey Dorothy R1cl1ard son Mary Bellmger Sarah Sm1th Joan Settlemlre and Esther Knopf assxstlng Memor1es of th1s glor1ous day at El Canto Park 1n Phoenlx wxll be cherxshed ones for everyone had a wonderful tune Some Just loafed under the huge shade trees on the oh so green lawn others went canoemg on the cool 1nv1t1ng water swxmmlng was taboo but a few sen1ors went 1n unoff1c1ally athletxc games were enjoyed by all along w1th var1ous programs of dlfferent k1nds In order to pay for that wonderful d1tch day a senlor class play called Only An Orphan Gxrl a melodrama complete wlth v1lla1n and hero was presented under the d1rect1on and superv1s1on of Peter Overson and L1ll1an Cooper Elght sen1ors part1c1 pated 1n the play wlth everyone else contr1but1ng some k1nd of talent There were all k1nds of acts 1mag1nable goxng on between the scenes of the play Barber shop quartets can can dances flora dora dances duets and solos f11led the 1nterm1ss1o1 All the sen1ors worked together mak1ng the play successful and pI'0V1dll'1g fun and entertamment Now as they march down the a1sle to start on the1r Journey 1nto l1fe they are W1Sh9d a fond farewell bv the1r old alma mater Sponsors And then one day, somethying was missing from school. What was it? The Senjors. L1ll1an V. Cooper Louise D. Detor George Miller Talmage Pomeroy Belle C. Sussholz Hiemnriw - V - E -gg 7 AZ-3,5 5 E7 Kia ,E W V VX' ,Rl Q 4 1 mg E: q 4 T7ff' mlffirv '-4fji,fi 0 , ,E if 1 55 REMEMBER CAN YOU FORGET e s h m A t 1 o d d y Foul years of lunchmg m tha Ldfetexld WPAGQQW THE DE!-'LATED WALLET CAN YOU RECALL T h a t m e a n 0 u 1 o 1 n The pxoblems settled on the old p1pe fen fiilexnnrwes "7 YT X "wff,,q mf! f In VX! DO S AND DON T S OF THE CLASS OF 50 HAPPY SENIOR FEET In the capable hands of the Senlol Councll Beat out a glad rhythm at Amphls many dances SENIOR SHENANIGANS TAKING FINAL MEASUREMENTS Mlxed potent bmw t1t1ed Onlx An O1phdn G111 F Q 1 e d Shirley Albrecht Entered 23 F.H.A. 2.3.43 F.H.A. Vice-President 33 F.1-1.A. Pres- ident 43 Glee Club 3.43 Girls' League 3,43 Panther Trails 43 National Honor Society 3.4: National Honor Society Vice- President 4. Leola Ameling G.A.A. 2.3.43 First Team Vol- leyball 43 First Team Softball 33 F.H.A. 1.2.32 F.H.A. Co- secretary 3: Marching 2: Glee Club 1.2.3.43 Masque and San- dal 43 Girls' League l.2.3.41 Pep Squad 2.33 Homeroom Secretary 4. Henry Bailey Entered 33 Letterman's Club 43 Football 43 Track 33 Desert Gazette 4. Joan Ball Entered 23 G. A. A. 2.3.41 Marching 23 Girls' League 2.3.4. Grady Lee Beard Football 1.2.41 Basketball 1.2.41 Track 1,22 Glee Club lg Home- room Vice-President 13 Pan- ther Trails 4. Mary Evelyn Bellinger Y-teens 43 Driver Training 4: Band 2.3.43 Orchestra 2.33 Panther Trails 3.43 Girls' League l.2.3,4. Dorothy Bennett "A" Club 3.43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Q First Team Volleyball 33 First Team Softball 2,31 First Team Badminton 33 Marching 23 Cheerleading 3,41 Head Cheer- leader 43 Masque and San- dal 23 Driver Training 43 Desert Gazette 3.43 Panther Trails 34 Girls League 12 3,41 Senior Play. Merle Blair Band 1.2,3,43 Hi-Y 4. Joel Bobrow Entered 43 Student Council 43 Desert Gazette 4. Lois Bosserman Y-teens 43 Glee Club 1.2.3,-I3 Girls' League 1.2.3.43 Pep Squad 2,33 Desert Gazette 3.1: Archery 1. Edgar Bouchard Key Club 3.43 Key Club Treas- urer 43 Kilowatt Club 3.43 Kilowatt Club President 43 Driver Training 23 Panther Trails 43 National Honor So- ciety 2.3.43 National Honor Society Treasurer 4. Richard Brown High School Graduation Patsy Chastain G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Q Girls' League 1.2.3.43 Girls' League Secretary 23 Student Council 2.43 Stu- dent Body Secretary 43 Sports Leader 43 Girl's State 33 Desert Gazette 43 Panther Trails 43 National Honor So- ciety 3.43 Homeroom President 23 Panther Trails Assistant Editor 4. Millard Childers Key Club 43 Corresponding Secretary 4: Glee Club 2.3.43 Speech Forum 43 Boy's State 33 Driver Training 23 Band l.2.3.43 Band Vice-President 23 Band President 3,43 Orchestra 3,43 Orchestra Vice-President 33 Orchestra President 4: Panther Trails 43 Senior Council 4. Keith Clawson Key Club 3.45 Glee Club 1.2.31 Masque and Sandal 15 Speech Forum 35 Student Council 1.2. 3,45 Student Body President 4: Boy's State 35 Band 1.2.3. Earl Colwell Letterman's Club 1.2.3545 Let- terman's Club President 45 Baseball 1,2545 Football 1.2,3.45 Basketball 15 Track 1,45 Hi-Y 45Key Club 45 Band 1.2.3. Bill Cox Football 35 High Schoool Graduation. Shirley Crane G.A.A. 1.2.3,45 Marching 253.45 Glee Club 15 Masque and San- dal 15 Girls' League 1,2,3.42 Sports Leader 35 Pep Squad 3: Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 45 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Homeroom Secretary 3. Glenn Criger Letterman's Club 45 Baseball 2.3.45 Football 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 45 Key Club 15 Band 1,2,3.45 Homeroom Pres- ident 354. Ivan Culbertson Key Club 45 Senior Play 4. Sidney Darling Boy's Glee Club 3.4. Stanley DeCovnick Speech Forum 45 Kilowatt Club Treasurer 45 Driver Training 35 Panther Trails -15 Projectionist Chairman 2.3.45 Sports Announcer 3,45 Pan- ther Trails Business Manager 4. Harold Downey High School Graduation John Dunlap Letterman's Club 45 Football 4: Basketball 1,25 Hi-Y 45 Masque and Sandal5 Driver Training 35 Homeroom Secre- tary 4: Boy's Glee Club 1, Cetora Edwards G.A.A. 1,253.45 Girl's First Team Volleyball 15 Y-teens 3,45 Y-teens Treasurer 45 Girls' League 1.2.3545 Pep Squad 3. Band 15 Orchestra 2. Philip Egleston Football 3.45 Track 35 Home- room President 2. Donald Estes Lettermarfs Club 45 Basket- ball 2,3,45 Hi-Y 35 Key Club 3.45 Speech Forum 3: Student Body Vice-President 45 Senior Play 4. Beverly Everett G.A,A 253,45 Y-teens 15 Glee Club 1,2,3.45 Masque and San- dal 15 Girls' League 2,3545 National Honor Society 3,45 Vice-President Homeroom 1,45 Glee Club Treasurer 45 Senior Class Secretary 45 Senior Play 4. Joan Fanning "A" Club President 4' G.A.A Vice-President 35 First Team Volleyball 3,45 First Team S o f t b all 2,35 First Team Basketball 35 First Team Badminton 35 Homeroom Treasurer 15 Freshman Class Treasurer 15 Sophomore Class Treasurer 25 Girls' League President 45 Homeroom Pres- ident 45 Rodeo Queen 4. Ronald Ferguson High School Graduationg Des- ert Gazette 45 Speech Forum 4. Harold Flinn Track 2: Speech Forum 45 Sports Announcer 45 Home- room President 4. Luana Gardi Entered 25 Girls' League 2.3,45 Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 4. Frank Gastelum Letterman's Club 45 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Driver Training 25 Orchestra 1.2.3, Donald Goebel Hi-Y 45 Panther Trails 45 National Honor Society 45 Homeroom Vice-President 45 Projectionist 2. Margaret Grabbe Entered 25 Marching 25 Glee Club 45 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. Robert Greely Speech Forum 45 D r i v e r Training 4: Graduated in 3 years. Edward Guitteau Football 2: Key Club 3,45 Driver Training 25 Homeroom President 3. Mary Alice Gustafson Entered 25 F.H.A. 2.3,45 F.H.A. Vice-President 45 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 2.3.45 Band 2.3,45 Orchestra 45 National Honor Society 3.4. Robert Harrison Letterman's Club 45 Baseball 2.3,45 Football 2,4. Robert Hart Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club Vice-Pres- ident 3,45 Baseball 1.2,3.45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2.3,45 Track 2,3,45 Hi-Y 35 Hi-Y Treasurerg Speech Forum 45 Speech Forum Vice-Presidentg Student Council 15 Homeroom Vice-President 1. Lorraine Haskell Entered 3: Y-teens 3,45 Girls' League 3,45 Panther Trails 45 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play 4. John Hay Entered 35 Driver Training 45 Desert Gazette 4. Mary Jean Haydon Entered 33 Y-teens 43 Girls' League 3,43 Driver Training 4, Ronald Henry Entered 23 Glee Club 2,3,4Q Driver Training 3. Lorene Herman Entered 23 Masque and Sandal 43 Girls' League 2,3,43 Pep Squad 3. Roy Holaway Track 13 Glee Club 13 Kilo- watt Club 43 Driver Training 23 Projectionist 1,2,3,4. Mary Hughes G.A.A. 3,43 Marching 3,43 Masque and Sandal3 Girls' League 1,2,3,43 Sports Leader 43 Homeroom Treasurer 3. Keith Hull Homeroom Vice-President 23 Senior Play 4. Shirley Humphrey Entered 33 "A" Club 3,41 "A" Club Vice-President 3,42 G.A. A. 3,43 First Volleyball Team 43 Girls' League 3,42 "105" Club 3,43 Bowling Sports Leader 33 Pep Squad 33 Band 3.43 Band Secretary 33 Pan- ther Trails 43 Driver Training 43 Vice-President Homeroom 4. Joan Hussman G.A.A. 43 Y-teens 33 Marching 4: Masque and Sandal 2,4- Speech Forum 43 Speech For. um Treasurer 43 Girls' League- 1,2,3.43 Driver Training 23 Pep Squad 33 Homeroom Secretary 1.3. Richard Hutchison Band l, 2, 3, 43 Band Drum Major 3,43 School Swing Band 33 Glee Club 2,3,43 Speech Forum 43 Student Council 43 Homeroom President 43 Hi-Y 33 Key Club 3.43 Masque and Sandal 4. Donald Johnson High School Graduation Eileen Johnson F.H.A. 1.2,3,43 F.H.A. Treasur- er 13 F.H.A. President 23 Glee Club 13 Girls' League l,2,3,43 Pep Squad 33 Panther Trails 43 Homeroom Vice-President 4. Valeda Johnson G.A.A. 3,41 Girls' League 2,3,43 Pep Squad 23 Panther Trails 43 Homeroom Secretary 4. Lois Jones G.A.A. 2,43 Marching 23 Girls' League 1,2,3,41 Pep Squad 3. Panther Trails 43 Homeroom President 13 Y-teens 4. Earl Jonker Entered 23 Band 2,3,4Q Orches- tra 43 Panther Trails 4. Donald Kinnan High School Graduation Esther Knopf Entered 33 G.A.A. 45 Y-teens 3,43 Girls' League 3.4g Pan- ther Trails 4. William Kurn High School Graduation Richard Laemmel Letterman's Club 43 Baseball 1,2,3,41 Football 1,2,3,4g Basket- ball 1,23 Hi-Y 3,45 Hi-Y Pres- ident 43 Key Club 43 School Swing Band 3.4. Dale Lee Entered 2: Football 23 Hi-Y 2: Speech Forum 2. Norma Lee Entered 3: Girls' League 3.4. Robert Lee Kilowatt Club 43 D r ive r Training 1. Patti McCarran "A" Club 3,43 "A" Club Treas- urer 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3.43 Cheer- leader 1.2,3,43 Glee Club1,2.3,43 Masque and Sandal 13 Girls' League Secretary 33 Panther Trails 4: National Honor Society 43 Homeroom Vice-President 23 Homeroom Secretary 43 Senior Council 43 Posture Queen 3. Patsy McCoy Girls' League 1,2,3,4Q Driver Training 4. Nelson McKenzie Driver Training 23 Band l,2. 3,43 Band Vice-President 4. Dorothy Meikle G.A.A. 43 Girls' League 1,2,3,4Q Driver Training 3. Everett Miller Entered 33 Driver Training 3. Doris Minnard Entered 23 Glee Club 2,3,43 Masque and Sandal 43 Girls' League 233,43 Driver Training 23 Homeroom Vice-President 4, John Mulhorn Speech Forum 3 Mary Nagore Entered 43 Speech Forum 4. Alice Nelson HA" Club 3,43 G.A.A. 1.2.3.4- G.A.A. Recorder 43 Girls: League 1,2,3,43 Student Coun- cil 1,42 Panther Trails 4' National Honor Society 2,3,43 Girls' League Treasurer 1: Homeroom Vice-President 4. Ronald Nelson Student Council 43 Panther Trails 43 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 Homeroom President 43 Projectionist 2.3.4. Mary Lou Noren Entered 23 G.A.A. 2,3,4Q Y- teens 3,41 Glee Club 33 Girls' League 2,3,4: Driver Training 'I Don Nuckolls Entered 23 Key Club 3,43 Speech Forum 43 Boy's State 43 Band 2,33 Band Vice-Pres- ident 43 Panther Trails -13 National Honor Society 3.43 Senior Class Vice-President 4. Dorothy Oliver G.A.A. 2,3,41 Glee Club 43 Glee Club President 43 Girls' League 2,3,4: Driver Training 43 National Honor Society 43 Homeroom Secretary - Treas- urer 4g Senior Play 4. Marianne Olson Entered 23 Driver Training 43 Panther Trails 43 National Honor Society 43 Girls' League 2,3,4. Lowell Ormond Entered 45 High School Graduation. William Parks Glee Club 4. LeRoy Perrussel High School Graduation. Doris Petersen G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' First Team Volleyball 45 Y-teens 15 Marching 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 1.2.3,-4. Gordon Peterson Entered 35 Hi-Y 3,45 Band 4. Douglas Polen Football 15 Driver Training 25 Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 45 Homeroom President 4. Doris Reisinger Entered 35 G.A.A. 3.45 Girls' First Team Softball 35 Cheer- leader 45 Girls' League 3,45 Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 45 Homeroom Vice- President 4. Marilyn Rice Entered 25 F.H.A. 2.3.45 F.H.A. Secretary 3.4: Y-teens 3.45 Y- teens Secretary 45 Girls' League 2,3.4: Driver Training 35 National Honor Society 3.4. Dorothy Richardson G.A.A. 1,2,3.4: G.A.A. Secre- tary 4: Marching 15 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,4: Girls' League Vice- President 45 Pep Squad 25 Graduated in three years. Jeannette Riera G.A.A. 1,2,3,-15 Marching 4: Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 1, 2. 3, 45 Homeroom Vice-President 35 Homer-com Treasurer. Bill Romer Entered 25 High School Graduation. Rita Romer Entered 25 G.A.A. 2, 3,45 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 2.3.4. Eugene Rosan Entered 25 High School Graduation. Jane Rose F.H.A. l,2,3,45 F.H.A. President 35 Masque and Sandal 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Band 1.2.3,-45 Orchestra 45 Panther Trails 45 National Honor Society 2.3.4. Douglas Sanders Panther Trails 45 National Honor Society, 2, 3, 45 Senior Council Homeroom President 2.3. LeRoy Sawyer Baseball 1,35 Football 1. Kenneth Lee Scofield Entered 35 High School Graduation. Arlene Seedorf G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 First Team Softball 35 First Team Basket- ball 35 Glee Club 1,25 Masque and Sandal 15 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Driver Training 25 Pep Squad 35 Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 4. Priscilla Senning Entered 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 First Team Softball 35 Y-teens 45 Glee Club 253,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 105 Bowling Club 45 Sports Leader 4. Joan Settlemire G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Twlrling Squad 1,3,45 Twirling Squad Presi- dent 45Glee Club Secretary 2: Masque and Sandal 15 Panther Trails 45 Student Council 2,35 Girls' State 35 Senior Class President 45 Homeroom Pres- ident 45 Salad Bowl Princess 45 National Honor Society 4. Lorna Shultz Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 152. i at 4 ae ins 'AW' Melvin Shurtz High School Graduation Barbara Sigourney G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g "A" Club 4 Marching 2,45 Glee Club 1.2 3,45 Girls'League l,2.3,45 Driv er Training 45 Pep Squad 3 Desert Gazette 45 Panther Trails 45 Homeroom Secretary 2,45 105 Club 4. Conrad Slonaker Entered 25 Baseball 2,35 Foot- ball 2,35 Hi-Y 2.3. Arlene Smith Driver Training 35 Band 1' National Honor Society 2.3.45 National Honor Society Secre- tary 4. Dick Smith Entered 25 Band 2,3,4. Sarah Smith Entered 35 Panther Trails 45 Girls' League 3,4. Sheila Smith G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. Presi- dent 45 "A" Club 45 F.H.A. 15 Y-teens 15 Masque and Sandal 45 105 Bowling Club 45 Pep Squad 35 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Homeroom Secretary 35 Junior Class Secretary5 Girls' League l,2,3,4, Shirley Smith G.A.A. 1,2.3.43 "A" Club 43 F.H.A. 13 Y-teens 13 Marching 23 Glee Club 13 Masque and Sandal 43 Girls' League 1,2,3,43 105 Bowling Clubg Student Council 43 Sports Leader 33 Pep Squad 33 Homeroom Pres' ident 43 Homeroom Secretary 33 Sophomore Class Secretary: Junior Class Treasurer. Verna Lee Smith Girls' League 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 4. Shirley Stewart G.A.A. 1,233.43 Masque anl Sandal 43 Girls' League 1,2,3,4Q Pep Squad 33 Panther Trails 4. Charlotte Sullivan G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 "A" Club 3,43 "A" Club Secretary 43 First Team Volleyball 3, 43 First Team Basketball 33 Masque and Sandal 43 Girls' League 1.2,3,43 Sports Leader 33 Ora- torical Contest 33 Panther Trails 43 National Honor Society 4. Betty Lou Taylor Glee Club 13 Girls League 1,2. 3,43 Band 3,42 Orchestra 2,3,4: Desert Gazette 4. Jeannie Thorne Entered 33 F.H,A. 33 Glee Club 3.43 Masque and Sandal 3: Speech Forum 43 Girls' League 3, 43 School Swing Band 3.4: Pep Squad 3: Home- room Vice-President 33 Home- room Secretary 43 Senior Play 4, Mary Venuti G,A.A. l,2,3,43 G.A,A. Treasur- er 3: Speech Forum 43 Girls' Leagl-19 1.2,3.4: Student Body Treasurer: Girls' League Treasurerg Homeroom Secre- tary 4: Homeroom Treasurer 1,2. Helen Verdugo Glee Club 2,43 Girls' League l,2.3,4. Thomas Voorhees Entered 33 Football 33 Track 33 Masque and Sandal 43 Desert Gazette 43 Panther Trails 4: Homeroom Treasurer 4. Joy 'Wasilowski Entered 33 G.A.A. 33 Girls' League 3.4, Jim White Hi-Y 4: Panther Trails 4. Norman Zeller Band 1.2,3.43 National Honor Society 3.4. Charles Nagore Entered 43 Desert Gazette 41 Football 4. Iluninrz . . . . Spnnsnrz . . . Howard L. Beazley Robert E. Colwell Robert M. Fetz Rita M. 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'YW J1m Gould Frltz Schmxiz Carol Gllkey Mary Weaver Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Start the year off rxght' That s what th1s year s Junlor class d1d when It elected the followmg off1cers who read1ly went to bat for the1r class presldent J1m Gould vxce presldent Frltz Schm1tz secretary Carol G1lkey treasurer Mary Weaver Stuart Case represented the class ln the Student Councll Magaz1ne subscr1pt1ons were sold so that the Jumor semor prom wh1ch was held at the Veterans of Forelgn Wars Club Room on Apr1l 28 would be a success Chalrman for the var1ous commlttees were decoratlons Carol Gllkey Al1ne Swlnehart Bob Booth and Fr1tz Schm1tz enterta1nment Betty Harrls refresh menst Barbara Godfrey and 1nv1tat1ons and programs Carol Gllkey Many boys and glrls took part 1n var1ous sports throughout the year Cheer leadmg tw1rl1ng squad basketball football volleyball badmlnton baseball and other sports held outstandmg spots for all those partxclpatmg ln them Proud as peacocks are the Junxors over havmg so many members of the class ln the Nat1onal Honor Soclety J1m Gould Stuart Case Clov1s Abbott V1rg1n1a Dunham Tom Gross Barbara Godfrey Fred Schweppe Allen Cohen Marllyn Taylor Mary Weaver and Carol Gllkey proudly grace the rolls Robert Colwell Howard Beazley Harrlet Redfleld Robert Fetz and Rlta Gallagher are the Junlor class sponsors if A 4... 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W Ronme Hlttenberg Jack Markle Lois Humphrey Pres1dent Vice President Secretary Carolyn Roseberry Treasurer One hundred and seventy six members graced the freshman class roll of 1949 50 Servlng as president was Ronald Hlttenberger vice president Jack Markle secretary Lois Humphrey and treasurer Carolyn Roseberry student council representative was Patty Whalen Many outstanding students filled the class but Lowell Smith Eloise Bell and Mary Frles headed the list Lowell although only a freshman made the A string football team Mary scored with a grade average of 10 with Eloise following up with an average of 1 1 the idea of sponsoring a benefit movie Money earned by freshmen selling candy and soft drinks at school shows also went into their treasury One large committee took care of the plans for th1s movie Students on the committee were James Bowen Jack Markle Carl Folles Franklln Estes Robert Carter Thelma McCoy Nancy Fisher Matilda Hochstetter Kay MacLean Carolyn Roseberry Patty Whalen Jimmie Early Deloris Allison and Donna Amstutz Amphi IS proud of the actlve part its freshmen took in the various clubs and organlzations Allan Sterret Bruce McKellar Samuel LOM8g110 Orville Dishaw and Robert Bencek gave the necessary assistance needed to make this the successful year it was for the freshmen iq? 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Row 1 J Gucclardo manager D Laemmel F Gastelum C W1ll1ams L Clawson E Gloxer B Kautenburger J Dunlap D McCarthy G B11 B Harr1son manager Row 2 H Beazley HSSISIHHI coach B Scott J 'vlarusa W Stead B L1ttl E Letierts T Nlcholls J Saunders M MCCHIH head coach Row 3 D Bryant D Poe B Booth B Hart P Egleston Rovt 4 L Sm1tl1 J Nehmer F Schuh L Peel J Mahoney Tucson Oc! 7 1949 The Glendale Card1nals fell to Amphltheater s p1gsk1n eleven 20 6 Earl Colwell opened the scormg wlth a dazzl1ng end run The convers1on attempt was good establlshmg an early 7 0 lead FIVE mlnutes later Hart raced 31 yards on a punt return tor the second score A Colm ell to Hart pass netted the extra po1nt SIX plays after the second half k1Ck off Colwell drove ove1 from the 3 yard l1ne The extra po1nt try was not good The Card1nals managed to push over a touchdown 1n the f1nal per1od on a 19 yard aer1a1 Phoemx Oct 14 1949 After leadlng 6 0 throughout the f1rst half Coach MCCHIH s charges bowed val1antly to the St Marys Knlghts 15 6 Fullback Fred Schuh bucked over the goal from 3 1nches out glV1Hg Amph1 1ts 1n1t1al score The two green and wh1te aggregauons then battled f1cerely on even terms the remalnder of the half A Kmght tally early ln the th1rd per1od t1ed the score The conversxon attempt was blocked M1dway 1n the fourth heat an Amph1 punt was blocked behmd the goal awardlng St Ma1y s 2 p01DtS for a safety M1nutes later the Kmghts 1ntercepted a pass for the f1nal score Tucson Oc! 21 1949 A small but courageous Super1or eleven 1nvaded the Panther camp 1n hope of defeatlng Amphl for the th1rd year 1n a row but the powerful Cats proved too much for the northern Panthers to handle MCCBID subst1tut1ng freely throughout the contest tr1ed to hold the score down as low as poss1ble but h1s charges st1ll garnered 34 po1nts wh1le holdmg Super1or scoreless Touchdowns were recorded by Frank Gastelum B111 Kautenburger Poe Lowell Sm1tl' and Hart Douglas Nov 4 1949 D dav meant destruct1on day on November 4 as the Amph1 theater Panthers downed a sp1r1tcd Bulldog eleven 19 13 befole a partlsan homecomlng crowd Murl McCa1n Howard Beazley Bruce McKellar wcll cutting short his bid for six pornsts in thc outstmding, fl mkcrs tcrm up on Tucsons Tom Southcrn Confcrcncc championship thrillcr Kellcx dow ning, him on thc 70 vard mirkcr Scoring first as in every past contest the Amphi northsrders connected on an 18 yard single w ing pass from Colwell to Hart The conversion attempt failed Just two minutes later Poe intercepted a Bulldog toss and bulleted no yards in the clear for six points The try for point after touchdown was no good Following a Douglas score Hart cracked the line on a sneak from the 4 Bob Gastelum followed with the extra point boot Aided by a blocked punt Douglas tallied the final touchdown Tucson Nov ll 1949 The Prescott Badgers w ere next on the Panther s demolition list succumbing 41 24 The first score of the game came when Hart bucked ox er from 1 inch out after F Gastelu 1 carried br rlliantly on an end around from the 18 Colwell produccd the second tally with 1 78 yard scat to paydrrt A Hart to F Gastelum pass and i Colwcll to Hart pass netted tww more touchdowns before the first half clock ran out Returning in the second half with a 27 6 lead Amphi wrggled two more end zone Jaunts from Prescott the frrst by Hart and the other by Colwell Tucson Nov 18 1949 Southern Conference Champions was the title earned by the Amphrtheater Panthers after be-sting Bisbee high school 40 27 in one of the seasons most thrilling games A 69 yard kick off return by Hart to the Bisbee 14 enfrblcd Poc to dash ovcr for thc score and establish an early 7 0 lead for Amphi Colwell cracked right tackle for the second Panther T D but minutes later Bisbee clicked on a pass for their initial scorc Gastelum came right back tallying on a 40 vard aerial Bisbee pushed over 2 scores to knot the count at half time 21 21 but a six pointer gained by Schuh Colwell and Hart proved the final edge Several key players recelx ed serious 1nJur1es in the bruising contest Mesa Nov 23 1949 Amphis crippled Panthers met defeat 48 12 at the hands of thc Mesa Jackrabbits in the windup of a brilliant season Opening fast with a Colwell to Hart pass for six points the Panther lead was short lrved Mesa beef coupled with the loss of several Amphr regulars proved deciding factors in the loss Dan Bryant scored Amphis second marker late in the last quarter Caught by the camera in a practice play Bob Hart prepares to hand off to Earl Colw ell while Fred Schuh provides blocking protection. 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I A I 'v A f f LAC? find I ' 5 u , A f U :A M .1 V "fy Ns A 9 fl C 9 :S . l Ham Bc I y Cf -. ,AA V Hicht T5 Vile , 1, A pq Qu0fXPriwLrf4K A ' Q! lAf1Il'f's-AFC., . 7 H TQ if I I-A My . f f W f A , I I Ng LOU f' Pm. fy G 'QA VST :VW fd A 4 Q A is A iileani F1rstRoxx Rn Lontierxs Fred Schuh Dinnx Brxant Duc Senmng Second Row Bob Phillips Jim Sparks Wwltc-1 Stead Dick Poe Don L ntcx manager Third Roxx George Genung coach Eugene ONe11l Richard Dwle Loren Mann Zliatzkvihall 19513 B Guam Glaze Jack 'vlaiklc o Lowell Smith Bob Sm --.-.-muy... n Hodge Hwixex SXV61"SfL1d Coach Bruce McKellar Third Row Pete Rlehlman Roger Simmons all Bill ODonald ,Sm 4 W , ' X .. 44 if 0 O O 6 SL 77 First Row: Dick Metz, Carl Foilcs, Ronald Hittcnburgcr, Dick McCarthy, Paul Geniece. Second Row: Jim Unruh. Jim ! . I A fl , Li n ' Nj j 0 ,, Lk ,, 4 2 . 333 9,5 XJ rl Danny Bryant Forward George Genung Head Ltmn' -5... Bruce McKellar Assmtant Co xc! 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Jim Sparks Cenier Dave Sen ing Forward Dick Poe Guard Fred Schuh Guard n 1" Basketball Amphls Dlck Poe ewes Raprd Robert Harts speedv trrp around guard IH a thrrllmg break awav durrng the North Hr Amphr duel on our home court Coach George Genung s young and rnexperrenced basketball squad dropped nrneteen strarght con tests rn 1949 50 to record a vtrnless season but xxrth hrs entrre startrng lrne up returnrng next xear Genung hopes to rex erse the record Amphr s cage opener produced loss number one but not untrl after the Panthers staged a gallant battle Phoenrx Tech proxed too much rn the herght department as well as sharp shootrng for our mrdgets to handle The flnal gun found the Hornets ahead by a 60 30 margrn A trrp to the Salt Rrver Valley on the followrng xx eekend netted the Amphrtheater squad two more defeats In one of the closest contests of the season the Panthers fought desperately up to the last mrnute of play but agarn herght prox ed too much 1 r drsadx antage West Phoenrx Thunderbrrds turned the trrck for a 33 31 vrctorx The next exenrng at Glendale the Cats suffered a 40 34 xerdrct at the hands of a tall Cardrnal qurntet After bovxrng to the Tucson Badgers 62 26 Genung s bows slrd dovxn the ladder and contrnued to oecupv the Class A cellar Wrth a wrnless record Frabbrng an earlv 7 2 edge the Amphrtheter ergers seemed destrned for vrctory on the home court January 20 agarnst Brsbee but fate just xx ouldnt haxe rt that way The southern Puma respondrng lrke Jumprng Jacks eked out 44 36 wrn 194950 BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Amphr Total Pomts 702 Total Pomts 1057 The wrnless wonders contrnued on the path of defeat untrl February 3 rn the Amphr larr where vrctory over Prescott seemed assured Leadrng 14 to 6 at the frrst quarter s end 33 to 22 at half tlme and 41 to 33 gorng rnto the frnal heat Amphr fans were delrrrous Wrth Joy Then the unbelrevable happened The Panther defense crumbled lrke a dollhouse xx he hrt by a ten ton truck The northern Badgers surged forward scorrng lrke madmen from every angle on the court Wrth tvx enty seconds to play Prescott pumped rn a free throw and a freld goal and snatched the heart breaklng contest by a 1 pornt margrn 59 53 The drsappornted hoopsters battled frercely rn therr remarnrng frve games but couldnt provrde the necessary punch to regrster a wrn In the seasons frnale the green and whrte suffered loss number 19 at the hands of the Tucson Badgers 73 36 Dave Sennrng sophomore standout at forvxard tallred a total of 106 pornts for the entrre season capturrng hrgh pornt honors He amassed an average of 5 6 per game Jlm Sparks who dldnt Joln the squad untrl the second semester looked very promlslng 1n late season play ax eragrng 6 6 pornts per game The remarnder of the frrst frve Wrth therr ax erages rncluded Fred Schuh 5 6 Drck Poe 4 5 and Danny Bryant 3 5 Date Sennrng vxaltzes rn for a set up agarnst the Pres cott Badgers Bob Phrllrps and Danny Bryant are shown at left Phoenrx Tech West Phoenrx Glendale Tucson North Phoenrx Douglas Phoenrx Unlon Mesa Phoenrx Tech Brsbee West Phoenrx Yuma Yuma Prescott Mesa Glendale North Phoenrx Phoenrx Unron 36 Tucson Won 0 Lost 19 O O O 0 ' 43 ' 60 ' 31 ' 33 ' 37 40 ' 26 62 ' 42 ' 57 ' 33 60 ' 38 ' ' 60 ' 26 41 ' 39 ' 65 ' 36 ' 44 ' 40 ' 55 ' 31 51 ' 40 51 ' 58 59 ' 34 ' 65 ' 58 73 ' 22 4 52 ' 32 ' ' 56 ' 73 YELL QUEENS IN ACTION' Not qulte long enough aptly descrlbes Loren Manns trw as the Tucson Amphx txlt got under wax Panther p plctured are Dlck Poe Dave Sennlng and Don Estes Gllyeerleahtng We got the coach we got the team we got the pep we got the steam' was just one of the many Green and Whlte cheers that vlbrated bench and laftel ID 49 50 athletlc contests The cheerleaders selected from a score of tIyOL1T.S by a faculty commlttee were Doxothv and Carol Lewl a Junior who were the only two underclassmen to make the coveted lanks Flaxred green corduroy sklrts topped by a Wh1t9 turtle neck svs eater slashed by a hugh block A were the standard umforms for these custodxans of the mxghty yell In gratltude for thelr zestful contrlbutlons to the lung department the exuberant IHSSI s w1l1 TGCEIVE t1ny gold megaphone pms from a grateful student body Rose Catalanotto P E lnstructor, supplled the faculty touch to thlS aggregatlon O O Q I V Y 7 'N V , - ' - 2 . -I Bennett, head cheerleaderg Patti McCarrong Doris Reisingerg Helen Hutchison, a sophomore: , 3 , . 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A ue. f' S - 1 ,: to 'F Q C 94 'rf Z' si' A Tleam Front Row Ruilnu Meadows Chuck Cwmpbell Flcd Schuh Jxm Boxxnn mxnager Jerrx Nehmer Manuel Rosas Tom McCarthx Second Roxx Due Sennlng Dannx Bn :nt Dxck Poe Bob Hanrlson Rax Contreras D1ck Laemmel Thlrd Row Lxnn Clruxson Glel n Crlger F111 Coluell Walter S1010 Jim Sparks John Gucclardo manager Not plctured George Genung held baseball coach Bazvhall KC' M Gram Front Rom Ronxld lNluthexxs lfldlligtl Dlck MLCnthx Dlck Paddock Petc Rlehlman Harvey Severshxevs Otto Colwell Walter C11gLr Dlck Taxlor Jack Romero managu Jxm Russell mwnager Second Row Ronald Rung Bob Phllhps Dean Nletz Don Kohler Harold Toxnberg John Hoxnc-1 Jack Nlarkle Don Carpenter Basll Blackwell Thlrd Rovn Charles Mackew Paul Gemece Eddle Contreras Fred RIXOIG Ronald Hntenburger Rax Compos Lowell Smith John Farrllev Larrx Wllhams Coach 'klurl XICCBIH 1, Z HZ ff Zffmif f 'W' P 1950 Baseball Scores cl Takmg hls cut against North Phoenlx IS Red Laemmel Safe' North Phoe Y scores as flrst baseman Lvnn Claw SCHIOT second sacker son TECGIVQS the bah loo late to make the putout George Genung s baseball club ended the 1950 season ID exghf 1 place 1n Class wxth a 4 ll record The young baseballels dropped a practlfe game to the U complet1ng the slxteen game schedule Openlng the season vuth losses to Phoenlx Umon and Glendale the Panthers day drought of setbacks 1n athletlc contests w1th a 5 4 vlctor, over the Mesa Danny Bryants homerun and a trxple by Earl Colwell l' gn lxghted the game were recorded over Phoenlx Tech and West Phoenlv Wlth only two games remammg on the slate 1' lnphltbeater had a chance for A standlngs of A Fros ended a 119 Jackrabb1ts Other w1ns fourth place stand1ng 1n Class A and a p0SS1bl6 bxd to the state tournament However they dropped both encounters losmg all hope for further advancement Battlng averages of Panthers who hlt 300 or better 1n 10 or more games fmal Amphl pltchlng records and all game scores are llsted below B A T T I N G Name and Posiilon G B Earl Colwell f Dxck Poe c Dave Sennmg ss Jxm Sparks lf Danny Bryant rf Glenn Crlger Jerry Nehmer Ray Contreras Ruffner Meadows Manuel Rosas ITCHING 2 37 38 0 Amplu Amphl Amphl Amphl Amphx Amphx Amphx Amphx Phoemx Umon Glendale Mesa Phoenix Tech Phoenxx Tech North Phoenix Yuma Yuma Amphl Amphl Amphl Amphl Amphl Amphn Amphl Amphl l Tucson Tucson West Phoemx West Phoemx North Phoemx Arxzona Frosh Glendale Phoemx Umon Jerry Nehmer promlsmg young hurler tol Ray Contreras lsnt waving to hls gurl frlend lows through after a warm up pltch He dxsplays slxdmg technique during practlce ,. fx., ., ,.,. -wat fe-s.. - C- - A ,.., LV' - ' vtsfffi-Nab l 1 te, ss.:-W-' wt ww! mi.-!Mr '-'r',,. 1rark.... - .h Front Row Stan Schwab Chuck Crane Martln Feldman Danny Hope Bob Phillips Jim Gould Frank Gastelum Bill Kautenburger Chuck Williams Carleton Ingles Dick Cavanaugh Second Row Head Coach Orson Greer Henry Bailey Bob Stembach Monte Witt Jim Sparks Bob Hart Bob Harrison Richard Dale Dick Franz Al Minnel Jim Buddmgh Jim Mahoney Assistant Coach Dick Evans Makmg his debut as head track mentor at Amphitheater, Orson P Greer plloted h1S inexperienced charges to a highly successful clnder season for 1950 Considering the fact that Amphi has never been a track threat due to lack of material, Greer has produced marvelous results in garnering two victories out of five meets In the Arlzona relays the Panther clndermen registered five points and in the State Meet at Tempe May 6 Greer s thinclads earned two markers Amphi s first meet, a three way affair with Casa Grande and Yuma, uncovered many en llghtening potent1al1t1es despite the fact that the green and white placed third with 28 points Greer worked his proteges harder for the followlng contest and showed great improvement 1n tallymg 37 V4 po1nts 1n a rneetmg with Yuma and Glendale Left Monte Witt Frank Gastelum and Carlton Ingalls coming in fast for a warm up before the race begins L , . , . ., . . . Bight: Bob Phillilzls, Green and White aerial artist, soars through the air in a clean jump, 2 4 1 x B B s QM." l 6 K. , f 1 r st , , W 1 Monte Witt Frank Gastelum Carlton Ingalls Bob Phillips ....-44 yy f A 7 4,1 Uvfyfiwff 1?- Lefl Sprmters Jlm Buddmgh Dlck Franz Jxm Gould and Chuck WlllIBmS flmsh a race ln strong f3Shl0H Rlght Shown Jumplng the hurdles are Bob Hart and Bull Kautenburger Hart at om txmc xn the season covered the 180 vard dlstance IH 197 the new state record 1 The flrst Panther track vlctory came on Apr1l 8 when Tolleson mvaded the Cats lan Greer s men completelv swamped the Wolvermes, 84 29 Another uctory was scored 1n a four way meetmg w1th Nogales Tucson Cubs and Tucson Indlan School The Panthers edged the Border Clty thlnclads 44 43 V2 In a practlce meet wlth the A S C Frosh at Tempe, Amphl reglstered 29 polnts to the Sun Imps 84 As IS true 1n many thmgs ID llfe, one pei son performs exceptlonally well and therefore ments Sp9ClH1 recognltlon Bob Hart, scormg a total of 8412 polnts was practlcally a one man track team and certalnly deserves that speclal praise Also outstandlng under Greer s guldance were Dlck Franz, Henry Balley Monte Wltt Jxm Sparks B111 Kautenburger Carlton Ingalls Ralph McKerrache1 Chuck W1l1l8mS Jlm Buddmgh, and Jlm Mahoney B Eeam Left to rlght Standing Howard Ault B111 Pmgrec. Eduard Beaupre Albert Fxczerx Bob Mxers Vernon Godfrex George Campas Bob Dunham Charles Turner B111 Stembach Dlck Exans coach Kneelmg Vxctor Valencia Lawrence Cornell 'WU I' 28315-4 N. Rm ng-M 'W- FIRST TEAM VOLLEYBALL Flrst Row Leola Amelmg Shlrley Humphrey Joan Fannmg Dorls Peterson Second Row Lo1s Humphrey Vlrgmla Dunham Delorls Allison Thlrd Row Mary Venutl Clitrl 5 Sparta The G1rls Physlcal Educatlon department, under the d1rect1on of Dlana Lovett and Rose Catalonatto chalked up a few f1rsts of its own thls year Horseback rxdmg, tenm and modern dancmg became mayor after school d1vers1ons for the athletxc mmded ISSSIES Old favor1tes llke basketball softball, volleyball, and bowlmg claxmed the usual number of enthuslasts Inter class hoop contests kept the gnrls P E classes lookmg sharp U l N ' .. .-- ' . ag ' I 5 if I i W 1 s a Q I Q . K' E3 I l - V ' ' ,g .saw f'-A7 . A 1 . A We I 'S wil, . 1 Q , DH, . 1 , we" ,,. -- .. + ,. 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X ni ' s L . 7"'..':.t','Y'.'0. . 1'L, ,X ,Tk -U ."'r- ,Q ', ' vi A 'a v ' , Srnrnr Hugh Igamh wav through another year under the dlrectlon ot Laurence W Wxlson The Dynamlc Band from Amphltheater hlgh school has concluded one of 1ts most 8Ct1VC seasons It added much co1o1 to both the football and basketball games played on the hom grounds The Off1C9IS who relgned over th1s f1fty elght p1ece aggregauon were presxdent M11lard secretary Sh1rley Humphrey flom the flute and DICCHIO sectxon base player and drum major Dxck Hutch1son and actxng hbrauan Bob Ste1nbach also of the heavy brass sectlon To start the green and whlte out on the rrght foot thls year they took part ln the trad1t1onal Armlstlce Day parade Th1S group was glven the prlvllege of representlng the Un1V6TS1ty of Kansas when they played the Unlvexslty of Ar1zona here 1n Tucson Wh1Ch they d1d by puttmg on a pageant uslng melod1es concernmg the Sunflower State Among other engagements were the Tucson Open House and the Arizona State Fa1r at Phoemx On January 1 and 2 the band was 1n the Salad Bowl parade from wh1ch they brought back a large trophy for wmnmg d1x1s1onal honors 1n th1s event Th1S year as last the band played two publ1c concerts The f1rst was heard 1n January and the second ln the latter part of Apr1l A la1 ge xar1ety of selectlons were glven at both functlons The band also played 1n the Rodeo Day parade w1th another honor that of playlng 1n the capaclty of offrcral band fOl La F1esta de los Vaqueros of 1950 In Apr1l along w1th the other h1gh school mus1cal orgamzatlons the group attended the Southern Ar1zona MUSIC Festlx al 1n Douglas after many months of preparatron They clxmaxed a glorxous vear by playmg at the gxaduatlon exerc1ses 1n May The marchmg band of Amphltheater hlgh shovxn ln the trad1t1onal block A ilanked by the smartly dressed f.W1T1lI1g ng squads rch1 4 4' o o 0 0 The drums went boom, the cymbals crashed and the music was something grand" as the green and white plaved lts ss ' as ' - A 1 ' D Chllders, who played bass drum and oboeg VICS-pl'ES1d6I1t, Nelson MCKGHZIG, clarlnetlstg . 'z . - f . 1 . . . 3 . , 2 ' , , - , H ' H ' ' ' . . . . . . . .y . Y' ' D I ' ' Y 7 . ' 1 V QL' - - . . Q 3 3 , . , . . , y . POWER X' XRS , , f ,.... 9 7411 xvnnqxxvfvw ,frm COLOR G-55 .L-.. 4, 'QW if Wiz Ma ,gui-Gila .LZ 5' ai A BRILLIANCE LEADERSHIP RHYTHM ,Uumnr ll-Itgh Zfianh Glunrlera ani! illlarrherz if ' .J-M-my Left to rlght Dorls Petersen Barbara Slgourney Lxlllan Sears Eleanor Selbold Mars Allce Gastelum Marcla Nordman Kathy Haga J1mm1e Early Marx Hughes Barbara Brancate Sh1rley Prmgle Katle Burgess L1l11an Alegrla Jo Anne Mave Carolyn Roseberry Annette Ehlers Donna Plerce Barbara Lundbohm Pat Mogle Shlrlex Crane Oh boy' Look, here come the Amphl tw1rlers and marchexs Look at that Wlll you? Look at those new mllltary unlforms of green and whlte sat1n Thls and s1m1larly apprec1at1ve greetmgs we1e expxessed when fans saw the Amph1 g1rls pranclng proudly down the fxeld Such was the case at the tradltxonal Arm1st1ce Day Parade, the Rodeo Parade all the home football games and one basketball game as well as the State Fa1r Chosen as off1cers of th1S group were presldent, .loan Settlenure v1ce presxdent Carol Gllkey secretary Marlene Allen and treasurer Bonme Brown Jo McFate head majorette Bonnle Brown Joan Settlemlre Carol Gllkey Marlene Allen D1x1e Lee Henderson Marle Eyth Jo Gultteau Dorothy Whlthead Nadlne Mortenson and Jane Smlth made up the group of tw1rlers Mary Lou Adalr Hazel Ballard Betty Cantrell and Ann Lowe acted as flag tw1rlers The great honor of attendxng the State Fa1r 1n Phoen1x was bestowed upon seven of the above mentloned glrls Jo McFate, Carol Gllkey Ann Lowe, Joan Settlemlre Bonnle Brown Shlrley Crane, and Dorls Peterson The Amph1theater twlrlmg and marchlng squad as well as the band, was chosen to represent the Unlverslty of Kansas at the Kansas Arlzona game ln Tucson, and to represent Tucson ln the New Years Parade and the annual Salad Bowl game It was a well deserved honor and the talk of the town The twlrllng and the marchlng squads were under the co d1rect1on of Lawrence Wllson and Peter Overson Leader Jo McFate lcentery and her baton fW1I'lll'1g crew vnrxte a fmxsh to a successful season Left to rlght Carol Gxlkey Betty Cantrell 'VIar1e Eythe Dorothv Whitehead D1x1e Henderson Mary Lou Adalr Jo Guxtteau Marlene Allen Nadlne Mortenson, Jane Smlth Ann Lowe and Joan Settlemxre Not pxctured Bonme Brown . O O O ' f' Q 'ef Q. ' , ' 17 ' 1 gl . 7,7 l f . x "' -"""""""' 3 Y 1 1 l ,, ,, il ' " A 4 2 ' I T A if . lf J 3 -' ' ,' 1 ., . 4 4 - A 1 2 A 'A E 4 1 s S A 1 A Y 4 "' L A . . 4 t . ., .I + L ' ,, 1 4 ' ' 4 ' ' ,- I 1 5 - A N . 1 ' ax ,W Iris Swinehart, Patty Whalen.. Bonnie DuBois, Sammie Sue Drake, Joyce Nyberg, 'Ann Bach, Joanne Vine, Patsy Messenger: U . . Q . , . . , . . . . . , ,, , . . . . 1 ' . . : . l . 5 . - . 1 I l Z I 1 . - ' . . , . , . Y ., . H , . v , . , , 1 , - y v y , . , A , I' I ,N - Qbrrhvstra Left to rreht Frrst Rovy Margaret qlPf7 Barbara 'ichyyerper Betty Lou Taylor' Walter qfllYT1'YZ Brrbara Vvfchell If c Nybcrg Seton? Roxy Frank Gastelum Eyelyn Jensen N a x Bcllrnger Nlclyrn Haycs Xclrna Johnson Oryllle Sr rrr Dck Clark Jo Ann Bulllngton Madelrne Lrndberg Gayle Qtcyyut Thrrd Roxy Jrnc Rose Nlary Alru Gustr Clrr Scrgt rnt Tom Rose Dudley Gurttcau Kathryn Smrth Drrutor I xyyrencc Wrlson Frarrklrn Estes Joyrr Lrndstrrrm Nlllldlfl Chrldus M rrtrn Fcldmrn Paul Lrndberg Nlrlton Hodgkrnsorr Phrllrp Abbott Earl Jonker Thrs year the yyrnd rnstruments yyere made 1 part of the fast groyyrne, Amohrthcrtc Concert Orchestra Under the capable drrectron oi Laxyrencc Wrlson they haye madc many grrns rs they play ed ey erythrng from semr popular melodrcs to marches Latrn Amcrrcan mclodrcs to tht runnrng thrrty tyyo prece aggregatron In Januarv a large audrence heard these young musrcrans rn therr frrst publrc concert f the season Fcbruarv brought a concert at a meetmg of the Parent Teachers Assocratron The March calendar yy as frlled vyrth preparatrons for therr annual radro broadcast and rehearsals for hrgh school assembly after yyhrch they played at the Tucson Musrc Festry al for Orches tras In Aprrl they play ed at the Southern Ar rzona Musrc Festry al thrs year held at Douglas Later the same month thrs group gaye therr frnal publrc concert of the year In Vlay they play ed at Baccalaureate thus brrngrng to a frttrng close a most successful year Offrccrs clccted thrs prst year yycrc prcsrdcnt M111 rrd Chlldcrs yrce prcsrdcnt Errl Jonkcr and secretrrv Barbara Schyyrcger T rcturcd here ls rtyprtr practrcc pcrrod under tht drrectron of Laurence VK Wrlson 1 Rx O 0 0 'M : ', ". . , , 4-,. 'Q ,.. , .. ,' Y, . ..' e: l,, r.. .r L ..Q, -ayre ' , ' . ' ' , Q . I ' 'Z 1 1 . I Q -1 :zi,s1rn. T1 ys ' K, . . .' ' . x. Y . . ,A 1 . , .s. - . ,' ' ,LA Iz. ' , x . . , iv . I y . X 'V 1 V ' 1 v- I , ' 1 , v y I x L ' B- is iv , V . V ' . '- . . ' ,L Z . ' - X .' . , ' ,J A , classics. With only seven members two short years ago. it has noyy' grown into a smooth 1 yv 1 , - Vv ' ', A ' V 4 y F u v - t , . . 'A - - V , . - U ' . , ,.:. sr., ix. y.. .', .I K E P' 'r j"rl F - 'N I s -' - r 7 ' . , . ' , v . . , ' . J 'F 'A ., I 'm 4 fs' i. vs! ' V. , . Q 3- it M Q K 4 Hengious songs oominated the tirst part ot' the Mixed Glee Clubs' mid-season eoneert under the dirt-t-tion ol Peter Overson Gln' Ciluhz . . . The voeal hall' of Amphi's musie department rose to new prominenee this year. Under the eapable direction of Peter Overson, a new-eomer to AHS. Amphi's T6 songsters presented two formal c-oneerts. a series of radio programs, two assemblies. and appeared at the Southern Arizona Music Festival at Douglas and at baccalaureate and graduation. Besides having to acquaint himself with the school and the glee elub, Mr. Overson found that he had only 15 male voiees to work with, This laek of tenor and bass didn't stop the musie though: they just sang louder. One of the biggest improvements in the glee elubs was the addition of Costume changes during Concerts by Mr. Overson and the Advanced Girl's glee Club. For serious numbers. the girls wore the traditional white blouses thought in New Yorkl and black skirts. When singing semi-elassieal and popular numbers. pastel colored skirts made by the girls themselves were worn, and for featured numbers they wore formal dress. Thanksgiving-eve was the time ot' the first tormal eoneert of the year. Starting oft' with appropriate thanksgiving and religious numbers by the advanced girls and mixed chorus. it included sueh tunes as "l Got Shoes" and "Mood Indigo" by the Bovs Glee Club and "Two Hearts in 3.4 Time" by the beginning Girl's Glee Club. Lett to right - First Row: Nova Jean Morris. Barbara Kiamp, Sandra Hopkins, Betty Jean Williams, Betty Ht-driek, Annt Phipps. Katherine Stebbins. Lucy Powell. Judy Richardson, Barbara Mayfield. Norma Sue Jones, Peggy Bridges. Janiet 3IeKissiek, Second Row: Mary Lou Young. director. Maureen Melfarren. Sue Keister. Marjorie Anne Ball, Judy' O'Neill Donna Berridge. Barbara Clawson. Janet Walworth. Barbara Smith, Velma Johnson. Betty Warren. Joyce Abbot. Beverh Fiddel. Loretta Mulholland. Patricia Pearson. Nema Rounsaville. Carol Howard, Cleva Mellahan, Sandra Pieree. Alyt-1 Johnson. Third Row: Sherril Henning. Mary Hollaway. Janet Brown, Shirley Stewart, Charlene Woodrow. Betty Raines Carol Lynn Kliley. Marjorie VVariier, Barbara Silvagio. Trigger Crowninshield. Sharon Falshaw, Roberta Kitieger. Rosa Kaneher. Barbara Tanner .. f ' 3 , J s I f J 2 Z! ! vif 2 s ' 2 Z I 1 t s , Z t J H G 2 i X , , Z , 5 i 4113.6 f". ""' i'7"'vr7""'. . 1 1' attire melodies closed the regular Glee Club mid-season program. Featured by the Advanced Girl's Glee Club were "Trees", a production version of "The Wedding of th Paintd Doll" with a wedding procession, and solo dances by Joan Eggman and Barbara Valentine. Don Carpenter was soloist in L'Begin the Beguine". As a climax, the mixed glee club presented 'lDry Bones" with Marty Feldman plucking the bass. The second concert was held March 9. Among the numbers presented were "Listen to thc Lambs" with Jeannie Thorne as soloist and "Deep River" by the A Capella choir. Among the other numbers were 'tRobin in the Rain", by the beginning Girl's Glee Club, "In My Garden", by the Girl's Triple quartet, and "The Hills of Home" by the advanced girls. Marilyn Taylor and Dorothy Oliver played "Deep Purple" as a piano duet. Featured by the mixed chorus were "Dancing in the Dark" with Patti McCarron and Don Carpenter as soloists and Barbara Valentine doing a dance interpretation. Barbara was also vocal soloist in "There are Such Things". As a climax, the ever popular "Dry Bones" was again sung, twangs by M. Feldman and sound effects anonymous. Assembly programs of both these concerts were given the student body and in the middle of the winter, a series of performances were given on "School Days" over KVOA. Proceeds from the two public concerts went for the financing of the trip to the music festival at Douglas which was held on April 14 and 15. The Amphi Barbershop Four appeared there, complete with towels on their arms and whiskers on their faces. The A Capella choir ended its festival performance with "Dry Bones" which was so well received that in the final concert of the festival, it replaced the Tucson Hi chorus, originally scheduled for a repeat performance. The advanced Girl's Glee Club sang "Begin the Beguine" and the beginners, "At Dawning" and "Robin in the Rain '. Officers for this year were president, Dorothy Oliver: vice-president, Priscilla Senning. and secretary, Beverly Everett. Marilyn Taylor and Dorothy Oliver were pianists. in Music" was the last formal concert of the year given by the Advanced Girls Glee Club directed by Mr. O rs! "lf IDIESIEIRTV lm' ' n is All lriwl l -' Student Publication of Ampbithealer I-fish School J" DESERT GAZETTE staff making last minute check. Left to right: seated: Lois Bosserman, business man- ager: Carol Gilkey. assist- ant editor: Ed Lefferts, ed- itorg Dorothy Bennett. girls s p o r t s , Standing: Jo McFate, feature: Shirley Crane, society: Barbara Si- gourney, headlines. Bill Linville, general reporter, and Jack Ramsey, sports. The financial worries that are always with a school paper. Jane Ralston, advertising manager. is shown working on the ad layout. The smell of ink and the whir of the big presses intrigues C a r ol Gilkcy. Jane Ralston, Rita Gallagh- er, adviser, Lois Bosserinan, Ed Lefferts. and Bill Lin- ville down at Tucson Print- ing where the Gazette is . . printed. g Joins Q, . Godfrey and I . r. 9 tered with 167 and 1 'X No. 7 iN ii' Contest Will . ef nool will 'Sixth J in will be Honored Mar. New members for Chapter of the Society were sembly, Friday, March The boys boasted the of new pledges in both the and senior class, six juniors two sew ' . ' ' -fem pole ' "bot, vi I-A is Gilkey, and the 152' , e Penton was awar of G.A.A and jim 01050 this l 08 n, district ontest ig in n. Musical furnished by .Q from Mr. Over- groups. Behind the scenes work will be carried on by the Amybj Speech Forum. Ed Leffertl be in charge of the judges: Dr., -Chester H. Smith, Unlietliiyf f Arizona College of Law: IIE 'vnda Lynn, University 8 -ma Speech Department: tewart Udall, THUG! ai- ' Harold Flinn ls in timerb, and Stan De- Hostsand be other niem- Forum. e district con- Pima' and he state con- March contest will also on April 17. In held at Cool- Amphi orator, Marvin en won the District Cham- pionship In an assembly last Friday ded Q9""GD'Q-5 C5761 C'd57Q'Qi Q.1Z?C2fi5 Qf7"C2DTQl Q7G5il 'TFPTCEQQ Q97' Q7CDT ANTHXEHHQ THAT LS ln Q ' Q 2 1, . 4-f" 'tiff ' ' . ' L S - .wa T , K ,,'L'4wlfV q ,f , f w ' f 46' if N ii A ' T, Ryu ia 32- 44 X 'W We ' A' 1 V V 40 L' ,H A 1 9 - 7' " 4 f .1 i 1 . P" ' 'V' ffm 5' 5 A 71 PANTHER TRAILS STAFF Left to ught Top xoxx Twlrnaga Pomexox facultx photogxaphx sponsox Rlta Gallaghu fuultx xeaxbook SDODSOI Second1oxx Yaleda Johnson alt edltol Don Nuckollb edltox ln ch1ef Patsx Chxbtdln dbxlbtant edxtol Stanlex DeCoxn1ck buslness managex Doug Polen adxuuslng nmnagu P1tt1 edxtoxlal boald Axlene Seedo1f snapQhot edltol Edxl Jonkexb muon ed1to1 MHIIHHHS Olbon fdcultx ed1to1 Ed Leffe-1tQ bpOItS edltox l?Q,Gb'XQ',IJ,QR'XQfZ.E'XQ,2"XQ,f1-'D'XQ,L?,N,'XQ',f?'XQ,Cv?J'XQ,6'-gfxqgi i MC?C8lj.I'OH. SGHTOI'-CITQSS editor: Doug Sziunders. photography eoitor: Esthor 'Knopf, :,, , :BW 7 rut, , ry, Y NK, ,,, HY, - vi, ,JSF-fl ,V HJ' W7 ,iv V - Masque aah Svanhal Left to rlght Back row Dlck Hutchlson Rlchard Franz Tom Voorhees Sldney Darlmg David Gerhart B111 Lmvllle Mlnnard Joan Ball Dorothy Rlchardson Carol LSWI Front row Shlrley Smlth Mary Gustafson Jane Rose Dorxs Peterson Jeannette Rzera Shlrlew Smlth Joan Hussman Sarah Smlth Janet Dlaz In an attempt to estabhsh a trad1t1on 1n dramatlcs here 1n Amphltheater the Masque and Sandal Club under the d1rect1on of Peter Overson gate as the1r flrst group presentat1on of the season Thornton Wllders play Our Town After holdlng rehearsals three n1ghts a week for f1ve weeks they dellvered lt entlrely Wlthout any props When the opportunlty arose for Amphltheater to wltness a productlon by a travehng troupe of North Phoenlx Hlgh School students of the Broadway h1t I Remember Mama the members took the respons1b1l1ty upon themselves not only to sponsor lt but also to have the cast as house guests IH the1r 1nd1v1dual homes and to glve a cast party for them after the flnal curtaln Durmg the year the Dramatlcs class made a thorough study of the theor1es of make up vo1ce d1ct1on and act1ng exh1b1t1ng thelr talent and knowledge through student dlrected one act dramas after school free of charge for any one 1nterestd 1n com1ng As the close of the year drew near they had progressed to the po1nt where they felt capable of g1v1ng a reproduct1on of the popular mov1ng pxcture whlch centered around teen age problems entltled A Date W1th Judy Due to the fact that the fac111t1es for presentatlons of dramatlc works were extremely l1m1ted the group sought to ease the s1tuat1on by 1nstall1ng a new hghtmg system for the stage whxch helped nnmensely 1n the1r 3Ct1VltleS Help1ng to remove some of the burdens from Mr Overson were D1ck HutCh1SOH presldent Sldnejy Darllng v1ce presldent Mary Hughes treasurer and Mary AIICE Gustafson hlstorlan The cast and productlon staff take a curtaln call after presentatlon of Thornton Wllders play Our Town 0 O O Bob Greely, Peter Overson, sponsor. Second row: Adrienne Rubin, Betty Harris, Lorene Herman, Mary Hughes Dorls 1 . . Y . . . , 1 . , 4. 1, - . 2 . ' . . .' , . , - - ' l. , H . . . , . Y , , . D . . y . . . . . . - ' ' ' ' . . . - Y ' v ' It ' H Y . . . . . . 1 Y , ' . . . Q , I . . , W , ,. . , 1? ,, ' an 1Eetterman'5 Glluh . . . W mr , ,,.,.,,,. , .,,, ,.,N,,,,... W I 6 4 , ,W i ns Front row Fred Schuh Larry Peel Brll Kautenburger Drck Pow. Ed Lcllerts Bob Hart Errl Colvycll Drck Franz Jack Combs Second row Danny Bryant John Marusa Bob Booth Jerry Nehmcr Jrrk Srundcrs Walter Stead Bob Harrrson John Guccrardo Thrrd royy George Bn Hank Barlev Earl Gloyer Chuck Wrllmms Lynn Clrvxson Don Estes Drck Laernmel Jrm Mahoney' Have you earned your varsrty letter rn one major sport yet" Well what are you wartrng for" You are now elrgrble to Jorn the Letterman s Club Letterman Club members were kept busy durrng the year wrth such thrngs as supervrsron of athletrc contests at Amphrtheater a Werner roast at Sablno Canyon rn December and therr club dance whrch was held on March 11 Offrcratrng under the drrectron of Jack Combs were presrdent Earl Colwell vrce pres rdent Bob Hart secretarv Fred Schuh and treasurer Drck Franz A Qlluh If you have earned 1000 POIHIS rn after school sports you can be rnrtrated rnto the A club Members of thrs club haye achreyed the honor of decoratrng the goal posts for football games and helprng rn the grrls athletrc actryrtres vyhrch happen around school The grrl yyho gets the cup for belng the all around sports grrl must be a member of thrs club Besrdes berng rnrtrated rnto thrs organrzatron a grrl must be leadrng rn pornts scholastrc abrlrty leadershrp and sportsmanshrp Presrdent Joan Fannrng yrce preslderrt Shrrley Humphrey secretary Charlotte Sullryan treasur er Pattr McCar1on along yyrth Sherla Smrth Barbara Slgournev and Dorothy Bennett make up thrs organrzatron Some prospectrye members arc Leola Amelrng Shrrley Crane Carol Grlkey Jo Gurtteau Ann Lowe Dorrs Relsrnger Arlene Seedorf Prrscrlla Sennrng Joan Settlemrre and Dorrs Peterson Humphrey Dorothy Bennett Second Royy Shrrley Smrth Sherla Smrth Joan Fannrng Not prctured Charlotte Sullryan ' - , If L, Q f 4 . , I l 4 , N, , 7 I . ' ' . ' Y . v ' ' Y . . . V V , ' ' 1 ' ' ' L . . . y - ' H Y - . ' Y . Z ' - . - u I ,Y Y 1 . . .' , ,I C4 99 . . . Left to right: Barbara Sigourney. Patti McCarron. Shirley y y ' ' 1 x' ' w ' Y A Y ' .. ' , - . . ' Y' ' . Y . : v. - Q . ' . V, .. . , ' , . ,- , Q 1 V. , , u ' ' ' V U ' , l . , . ,. , s Lv y ' . ' Vv' ' . .' ' ' . . 1 . . , ' V. . , V . A v Senior litgh G A A Front Row Ruth Parks Patti N1cC'1rron Ann Lone Baibaii Sigournex Carol Gilk Jane Smith Desmond Miller Lois Jones Adllllllll Rubin Doris RLISIIIHLI qi1llilN Humphxu Nolan Swim Robin Knagge Jowce 1Nxbexg Jo Ann 'VlcFat Sc-cond Ron Jo Ann W :gnu 'Xlullcl skcll 'Klux Hughts Shulu Q11 c Beth Harris Joan Hussman Virginia Lincoln Kithx Higa Dorothx Bennett Carol Luxl Jox Cothmn Lois I-Iumphiex 'Xlaxmell McDaniel Lillian Sears Thlrd Row Alice Nelson Margaret S1et7 Elnnt Lash Dulcnt 'NICDIIIIOI Vngmia Dunham Cetora Edvxards Jeanette Riera Shell Smith Shirlex Malone Annette Elbers Helcn P1 ice Josephine Gullteill Fourth Row Bettx Cantrell Alme Swmehart Ann McCoskx Lorraine Thomas Thelma Roxxlu Nile-di Johnson Vlaix Lou Noren Shirlex Steuart Judw Richardson Priscilla Sennmg Ailene Seedorf Lcola Amvcling Join Settlemire Filth Ron Marv Lou Adair Ima Demic Helen Hutchinson Shirlex Smith Alma Cunningham S'111h Smith Esther Knopt 'Xlaureen ONeal Donna Amstutz Elaine Hadlu HHIILII1 Eisimmgu Sixth Ron SNIXII Dnlu Jmcn Goodman R111 Romer Doris Petersen Sally Sommerfleld Join Fanning Elcnoi Selbold Jo Ann Johnston Janmt Puck DLIOIIS Allison Sarih Hina Marx Alice Gastclum Thelma Sue 'N1cCox Sucnth Ron Shnlu Pxmgli Kntx Lou Burgess Ann Bach Baxbari Vlajeskx 'Vancx Lmderstrom Doloris Spam Fie Smith Mitlldi Honhstetter Any gnl in Amphi interested in participating in sports after school can do so by Joining the Gnls Athletic Association To be eligible fox membership in this oiganizatlon a gill must participate in two actlx 1t1cs oi earn 100 points Among the var 1ous activities offcied this yeai vxeie xolleyball basketball speedball softball badminton horseback riding swimming hoiseshoes, plng pong, and dancing both modeln and folk Officials this yeai were president Sheila Smith vice president, Caiol Gilkey secretary and tieasuiei, Jo Guitteau and iecoidex Alice Nelson Diana Lovett and Rose Catalanotta xx CIC thc sponsois 1135 QU h If you like to bowl and can achieve an average of 105 you are automatically in the "105" Club. Following is the roster of club membership with their bowling averages: Cetora Edwards 125: Carol Gilkey 116: Ann Low- 116: Shirley Malone. 124: Judy Richardson, 106: Priscilla Senn- ing 124: Barbara Sigourney 106: Sheila Smith. 120: Shirley Smith. 106: and Jo Ann Wagner, 112. Members of the 2105" Club check their scores after an exciting pin contest. Gu-ls league H1ghly controverslal subJects such as Growmg Up Datlng and Marrlage hlghllghted the dxscusslons 0 the socxal servxce meetlngs of the Glrls League for the year 1949 50 Under the dlrectlon of Esther Parns faculty advlser and thelr off1cers the glrls sponsored a dr1ve to collect clothes at Amphx for the underprlvlleged chlldren ot Arlzona A group of Amphx glrls also went to the Comstock Hospltal to read and play wlth the crxppled chlldreu there What to wear and what to say were accented m several sesslons wxth down town clothes halr and posture experts Also roundlng out the glrls general educatlon was a panel dxscusslon on datmg put on by all students and parents Representmg the parents on the panel were Mrs Evelyn Larxva and Mr Jack Dayton Glrls League sent 23 glrls as delegates to the state Glrls League conventxon March 18 1950 ln Safford Offlcers and Chairmen Esther Parrls faculty sponsor Mary Gustafson Kathy Haga Shlrley Albrecht Shxrley Humphrey Desmond Mxller Carol Ross Jo Ann McFate Joan Fannlng H e 1 e n HUtChlnSOH Dorothx Rlchardson Carol Oldham A clothmg drzve for the less fortunate kept these Glrl Leaguers busy at mxd year collectmg sortmg and packmg the garments that had been donated Joan Fanmng Presldent Dorothy Rxchaxdson Vnce Presldent Helen Hutchinson Secretarv Treasurer O O O O ' ' ' 65 ' YY , KL ' YY 64 ' YY ' ' ' ' f , A. , , , Y . . u y . , the Speech Forum. The discussion was thrown open to ' . , . , . Y ' H 9 . D Y I ' . Y 1 ' Y ' Y I 1- A ' . , . ' ti Y A-H' ' , ,V 1 '-1 P-1 Nahanni 31-Innnr Svnrwtg 4f1v1r1t4'xe2lutg Glpaptvr AT ION4 XQONOR 500515 f The members of the Natronal Honor Socletx are left to rxght Frrst Row Carol Grlkew Joan Settlemrre Lorrarne Haskell Verna Lee Smrth Elleen Johnson Marx Gustafson Pattr McCarron Arlene Smrth Second Row Ada Fugate sponsor Jane Rose Allen Cohen Barbara Godfrey Vrrgrnra Dunham Norman Zeller Ann Lowe Dorothy Olrver Shrrlex Albrecht Elsre Sullrxan sponsor Edgar Bouchard Thlrd Ron Lrlhan Cooper sponsor Exerett Mrller Don Nuckolls Tom Gross Ronald Nelson Douglas Saunders Among the lequrrements needed for membershrp a student must haxe a 15 average for two semesters or have a 18 average plus ser v1ce pornts along wrth the qualrtres of leader shrp character and servrce Offrcers and members of the chapter were presldent Don Nuckolls v1ce presrdent Shrrley Albrecht secretary Arlene Smrth treasurer Edgar Bouchard publrcrty chalrman Patsy Chastarn Beverly Everett Don Goebel Mary Gustafson Lorrame Haskell Ann Lowe Pattr MCCdI1OH Alrce Nelson Ronald Nelson Dorothy Olrver Marranne Olson Marrlyn Rrce Jane Rose Douglas Saunders Joan Settlemlre Verna Lee Smrth Charlotte Sullrvan Norman Zeller Edward Lefferts Everett Mrller Jrm Gould Stuart Case Fred Schweppe Allen Cohen Mary Weaver Cloxrs Abbot Barbara Godfrey V1rg1n1a Dunham Erleen Johnson Carol Gllkejy Marrlyn Taylor and Tom Gross Faculty sponsors thrs year rncluded Lrllran Cooper Ada Fugate Elsre Sullrvan and George Mrller Don Nuckolls and cohorts plan club xear Shlrlev Albrecht and Arlene Smlth welcome rnrtrates rn assembly N AT lQN XAQNAP Keg Qlluh Assembled rn therr tradrtronal club formatron the Key Club members begrnnrng xxrth Robert Hratt sponsor back rovn to front are Drck Hutchrson Jrm Buddrngh Pete Culbertson Kerth Claxxson Loren Nlann Kendall Keene EJ Leiferts Al Nlmnel Fred Schvxeppe Don Nuckolls Don Albrecht Nlrllrrd Chrlders Stuart Crse Lloxrs Abbott Ed Gurtt 'rr Edgar Bouchard Earl Colxxell John Nlarusa Jaek Saunders Dau bennrng Jrm Gould Brll Kautenaurder Rrlpr rIeKerracher Brll Smrth Drck Caxanaugh Dannx Peterson The Amphrtheater Key Club sponsored by the Tucson Km anrs Club rs under the drreetron of John Dayton, Krwaman, and Robert Hratt Amphrtheater faeulty member class The mam purpose of the club rs to serxe the school and the eommunrts through development of leadershrp and crtrzenshrp The Kev Club has sponsored a Rodeo Dance at xx hrch a queen was elected sponsored .1 Red Cross blood donatron drrxe bought books for European colleges through C A R E entertamed wrth a banquet for parents of members operated concessrons at the baseball and basketball games and sent the presrdent Kerth Clawson to the Key Club Irrternatronal conventrorr rn Ohro Other offrcers of the Kev Club were Stuart Case xrce presrdent Don Nuckolls secretarx Edgar Bouchard treasurer and Mrllard Chrlders correspondrng secret.-rrv Ku Clubbers serxe rokes e llldlLS md smiles it hrsketbrll Joan Fannrng rrdes hrgh rn the roxal saddle rergnrng is queen game roneessrons or the Rodeo Dance. Dorrs Rersrnger and Hazel Brlhrd attend O 0 O , ' ' , V '. ' . . , , , . , . The organization consists of 30 young men who must be in the upper' one-third of their' 1 V r I' ' xt Y x x ' r H - v - , . ' ' . , , . .-' . Z ' 1 , l . ' 1 ' . v v Z . X v 1' - . ' 1 ' . .uvz v y - v Z I w ' . 1 .1 ' . , -- l lvsiiiika 'Y iff Front Rovx Bob Gastelum Moe Blalr Jerrx Nehmer John Guccxardo John Dunlap Second Row Pete R1Cllll'l'l'lll Walter Stcad Rm Cox Bob Harrxson Jxm Mahonex Thlrd Row Don Goebel Frank Gustelum Tom McCarths Don Carter Fourth Row Jack Saunders Bob Booth Bull Hicks Ted Nlcolls Jlm Whlte Ftith Row Don Havxn Fred Rum Blll Pmgree George Miller Jlm Sparks Glenn Crxger Dlck Laemmel Educatlonal soclal, and athletlc actlvxtles hate occupled the tlme of Amphl s H1 Y members durlng th1S year Geotge Mlller sponsored thts actlve organlzatxon and Wlth the help of chanman Rlchatd Laemmel, v1ce chalrman, John Wasllowskx secretary Bob Gastelum and tteasuter, F1 ank Gastelum led the club through ltS thlrd year of school and social actlvltles Leaders m the buslness cducatlonal, and athletlc flelds were speakers at the Tucsdax nlght mectlngs Dances havucles, and basketball games ctowded an exutmg social calendal fox the bows George lVllllLl steals .1 rebound lrom Bob Booth in one ol the tense moments durmg the H1 X Fuultx contest Dlck Laemmel and Moe Blalr look on at left wh1le Jack Combs moves ln on the plax at rlght 'ii-It . . . 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',',4- tv- .x- Panel dlscussxons stxmulat lnels lnterest 1n controxe 1 subgects bv offexlng oppoxtum for self SXPFQSSIOH and an ex change of ldeas E Givens The YTeens of Amphl sponsored by Zelma Latner durxng a bl monthlv meetmg at the Y W C A Want to have fun and accompllsh all kmds of thxngs durlng the year" Well Joln the Y Teens' The Y Teens IS The Young Women s Chrlstlan Assocxatlon hlgh school SCFVICE club In order to Joln th1s orgamzatlon you must attend three meetmgs of the club and pay dues of 50 cents a semester The clubs many accomphshments mcluded such 8CtlVlt16S as the SGFVICC proJect m whlch they gave food clothes toys and other thmgs to a famlly of four at Chrlstmas gave chocolate bars to Euxope collected money for the March of Dlmes sent Thanksglvmg baskets to needy famllles sponsored a panel dlscussxon w1th H1 Y sponsored a Blg Hat dance held many partles such as the New Members party and the Chrlstmas party afte1 carolmg at Davls Monthan provlded sports nlghts at the Y where members could swxm free and play all kmds of games presented a style show planned a retreat for May 5th 6th and 7th sold baked goods after the varlous P T A meetmgs had a talent mght and made a scrap book containing all notlces of the Y Teens act1v1t1es The club has 50 members composed of students from the nmth through the twelfth glade Offlcers of the orgamzatlon were presldent V1rg1n1a Dunham vxce pres1dent Prlscxllw Sennlng secretary Marllwn Rlce treasurer Cetora Edwards mter club councxl members Carol Ross and Jeanette Terrace Zelma Latner sponsors thls organlzatlon A --n O O O , I- , f " f . V' ' "5 +1 ., W I l ' f Y, f A -I I I -V Q ' M. , f S l 5 ' ,, A f 'K " . ' - ' ' . It . ,L 1 ... I , ,JN KM A' - , , . - 1 , , .. l .... , M . ,, V - 1 1 , V ' ' I - I , I D Y 1 , . . . , , . Q 6 .. , Q ' . c ' . I 7 I 1 . ' - ' v 1 7 U ' I . 'U 'Y 1 1- i .K M 5 sr Lf ' lu L A UR' " I "lo W x c a , ' ' rsial llw' A .fzftl Q W ,,M...Af' K .' . '1.. -, . -,hw F ,. .Future lllnmemakers nf Amvrxra L i"'+-.. Liv- 'w Ybriw Barbara Gage Mary Allce Gustafson Nma DAnna Mar1lxn Brockus Melwa Bauchard Shlrlev Albrecht Carol Albrecht Marxe Smlth sponsor Barbara Brancate Two dlnners were the ma1n proJect of Arnphls F H A durmg 49 50 A Sp3Kl1Sh dmner was gn en fO1 the members 1n November and a comblnatlon Itahan dlnner and Chrlstmas paxty was glven durmg December At Thanksglvmg and Chrlstmas the F H A prepared a box of g1fts for a needy fam11y In January Amphl s Future Homemakers of Amer1ca went to W1l1cox for the d1str1ct meet where Barbara Brancate was elected state project chalrman The Club also attended the state met at Tempe 1n February Offlcers of the club were Shlrley Albrecht presldent and Nlna DAnna secretary t1easu1e1 Mane Smlth was the faculty sponsor Kelth Clawson cops a mouth waterlng cake at the F H A money raxsmg Cakewalk Jane Rose makes the presentatxon 3 A 4 O O O A 1 - ,, I 1 y l ali U T 1 , X .F 1 N A," 2 ' f . 0 4' V . 9, 75' M 1' an .r A- 4 1 if F wt ' A , M Auflr 'A m 4. , LQ, "L W V U lv! 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St mlcx DCf.lJNI11Ck Henrs Curtls Howard Ault Edgar Ba lc-hx cl Psalph McKerr1cher Ronsald Nelson John Nldrusa Dudlu CLIIULHI Robert Pmgxee James Bowen Plul Rlxem Bxll 'Scott Glndden Elllot Ilcultx sponsor Onc of the mole useful clubs on the Amphl c zmpus 15 the P1 OJLCUOIIISI Club sponsoled by Gldddcn Elllott Duxmg the 1949 1950 school xml the club has made mole than 110 fllm showlngs w 1th oxu 150 dlffexent fllms shown to LXCIY class ln school New lmpxox ements that came ID the 49 30 school year VKLIL the use of the 3Ud1t011Um sound system and 1 long throw lens that pexmlttcd use of the machme ln the leur of thc dudltm num ilitlmuatt Cllluh The Kllowatt Club the fust dmateul Idd1O club foxmcd It Amphl was olganlzed m Octobu 1948 Slnce then four of the Ollglflal membexs Edgal Bouchaxd WYNPW Challes thcu dmateux opexatox and statlon hcenses The malol ploject undertaken bx the club th1s xeal was the bulldlng of thelr statlon VVlNBZ Thex succeeded 1n domg th1S and hue contacted statlons ln flue states uslng th Contmcntal code Tha 0ff1CCIQ fox the yeax wexe Ecigal Bouchud plcsldent Jlmcs Bowen nee plesldent and Ch nlcs Buchclt sccxetaxy Futuu spnks of Xmcrlcw unxxd Gliddcn 1 s on x Industrial Axis buxldmg ,- , ' V 1 , ' .Z . ' , . ' , , ' ' . . . L. V' L. V' . V , V ' V ' . V -I ,A V . V ' 1 . . X v I ' 7 X ' . -" B y r Y x'X: 4 '- . 51 L I 2 1 ' X x 1 ' ' 1 1 , - . . . . X ' Y ' 1 1 . .f A u - X E V, r 1 V ' ' x . I ' .' ' , V, V - . . I . L. Bucheit WTNNO1 James 'LI-Koss" Bowen WTNSJ. and John Marusa W7NNT - have received X ' 1 1 ' v - -1 v 1 y K 1 ' ' ' A , h 'Y U x , . , C v . . . V . C 4 1 x' X ' 1, . V V V 1 Z 1 V 1 , ' z 1, Y 7' - 1 5 4 1 Z ' L ' ms 1' H jx - ' ' '- 1 ' " ' 1 ' . " ' . ' Ell'ott" Kxl 'att cubbj hole 111 the ' , , 1 pa . f 4 32 i x 9 Wg ff . 1 Q , .. ,I VX illilainienzmre fllrew . lkll ' ' "' N 15 x J' ' ' .'!! 1 Back ROb6lt Young lx an Chapel Jack Markle Haxold Young G1lbe1tM1nL1 Paul Ruswll Cdsh Bum Front Ben Whethelhult Lee DeLosh Hauv Brooke1 hall Hlmmett John Ratajczdk Tom GLlCCldldO Qlafvterta Staff Nora Colwell Ellen Blevms Lella Busbry Helen Roggenbuck Lola M lssrnan F1 ances Montl.11v Lela Van Zant Carlle Cole Eetelle Brooks Leona Jenson -vit ... . . , . 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The Photo fxmsh club the plctures are all 1n the last 1dea put to bed and all th1s hard workmg crew has to say to you IS N E X T Y E A R' but oh well well just let you fmd out for yourself We hope you enyoy thls annual as much as we emoyed puttmg It together THE STAFF N 'xN' fN.57"E' .f Alltnua Glnrnnat f!Bpus ' fE- 'V -N-.fx 'I' """"" ""' ""' - -i- -'Y'--ff----f---H-------Q-, Signatures nf Zlfamnuz igeuplv Q111111111 Signatures nf Effamnus Henple Ehank Eau The staff of PANTHER TRAILS and the entxrv Amphitheater student body offers smcere thanks to the merchants whose generous advertxsxng has made thls book possible O 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ! 4 4 4 4 -I- 'P 11114391131 'I' I 4 'T 2 4 4 4 ' 2 3 4 E E 4 l U 4 O H l 4 O 4 4 0 ' 4 ' I I ' 4 4 ' 4 4 4 , ' 2 3 ' 4 1 4 4 2 2 3 2 3 2 4 4- ' 'I' auvqnqnanv-.-gf-uv, ,: E Y -Y Y... 4.. -1.41.-nr-Q-.-1 -1'a-.1-p..- --Q.'- f-ov'au--o-asv ,,,4Cvi Y STONE AVENUE MARKET Where Quality Leads and Courtesy Relgns Supreme STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES EASTERN MEATS A L v 1 N E H E N n Y DIAL a svsz TUCSON ARIZONA zasa N STONE AVENUE SOUTHERN ARIZONAS COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER FOR YOUR HOME RANCH AND CAR 4 Students know as the people m all othex walks of 11fe know you can buy your every need w1th the conf1dence that eve1y 1tem IS backed by Sears world famous Satlsfactlon Guarantee two powerful all meanmg wolds two words of great 1mportance to all who buv merchandlse But at Seams they ale more than Just words they are the foundatlon upon whlch our busmess IS lun For years Sears has gufzranteed complete sat1sfact1on on every artlcle offered Thls Unchangmg Pollcy guldes us today and w1ll gulde us m the future always SEARS ROEBUCK and CO PITTS JEWE ERS Congraiulatlons' Carry On' 81 N 6th Ave TUCSON ARIZONA Best Wlshes to the Graduates Plaster Contractor SEE YOU AT THE U OF A PTS JE WE LE R S ongress Sion ucson s Lea n Jewe 30 Years Experience S Phone36487 szsn Ft Lowell 4......................................................................................................................................................................................5. r T r T l . ' , wi P T Tl. E T EN xl L E , I I l ' .avi ,i i 'i' 4 1,i',- sf 1' i fi' -1' -1' 1 1 -1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1"U' 1' 1 1 'DOI Otvsnolecvtraxq ffi f L 1 ll YW Y yy ...... . " " "1 Tw l .... - yy D 1 Tw Q I f T I I ll -1 C at e ll T TT T ' di g le r s ' T? I wi41m? pp - nr f f Jer M . . . . . . . . . . . . 'ld ' E 'E 5 - . . l --1 I : '1' ,1: ,1, 1 ,1' ,1' :1,aQoccv 1 1 ,1,ocv.1, 111' assess Q11 1'-on 'sQv4:v,Y,1, Y Y Y Y Y ,1aQvaqo,Y Y , Y- The Lower-Priced New Hudson Pacemaker PERKIN'S MOTORS, INC. 185 NORTH STONE AVENUE Wih Famous STEP DOWN Des gn CONGRATULATION THE CLASS 9 SAM DE WITT AUTREY BROS Graduation Announcements Caps and Gowns VOSTEN Class Rlngs :egocanQ00eialexiooloiioioacoisoqoisioaiaizansaiaaoaavegoocoecvacvacv ovacooQvoaoaco41o1oQsoqvoQva1oQv41aooq SPRING S Hardware and Supply W J SPRING O ner 3154 N FIRST AVE DIAL 39361 uvlacoioaqvzivacoaavioegoegvegoax Insurance Real Estate Mortgages Bonding Tucson Realty 81 Trust Company R E A L T O R Esiabhshed 1911 Phone 4 0451 CONGRATULATIONS 1950 GRADUATING CLASS MARSTON SUPPLY C0 SPORTING GOODS SCHOOL SUPPLIES 324 NORTH CENTRAL PHOENIX MARCHETTI SERVICE STATION TEXACO GAS AND OIL We are equlpped to MARF AK your car BATTERIES CHARGED FLATS FIXED 246 EAST PRINCE DIAL 29491 - H n . . I - l. - ,1' '1 :1 1 ,1 '1 ,1, 1 1 1 1 1 '1' :1: 1 1 1' '1 aqvaqoqgvosvaovgvaqveavancgpqpvzoacvaasasvaunapvaqvqqvagvacs I o Q Q o l - ,1,1,1'1"1',1,,1:'1"1' 1 ,1"1'1 ,1, 1111 1: 11.41.1011 Q11 1avoao'1 1 1 1 1 1eQv 1:1 U . . , W . . ' ' .qv-:venousaqvvovocv-pvacvaqvqnzaqvocooQo4Qv4141iv0Cvtv1v4Cv1Cvaqvo0v40v0Qv10voqva0ooQveQvoQo3a0o:oboivegp V 7:17 73:7 117,117 7 7' 17:ean1:----1s"'1v"a0seQvoqo Bill WRIGHT'S Family Shoe Store X-Ray Fittings "Downtown" Next to Woolworth's 34 E CONGRESS DIAL 3 6022 BEST WISHES To the Graduates of 1950 TUCSON PRINTING CO. Telephone 3-5423 1901 S FOURTH AVE at TWENTY NINTI-I ST SCHOOL 81 SPORTS SUPPLY CO 220 NORTH SEVENTH AVENUE PHOENIX ARIZONA ONE 2 5 Representing Representing Eagle PGUCII C0 Irw1n Seatmg Co MacGregor Goldsmxth Inc Pennsylvama Rubber Co Bmney 8a Sm1th Co J' E Porter Corp Wayne Bleachers Ampro ProJectors Heywood Wakefxeld Co Mltchell Fold o leg Tables Mllton Bradley Coo Hygelea Chalk Bostltch Staplers Servmg The Schools Of The Southwest TIDMARSH ENGINEERING C SALES INSTALLATION and SERVICE f Plumbmg Chrysler Alrtemp and General Electric Axr Condltlonmg Heatmg and Coohng and Utility and ESSICR Evaporatne Coolers 23 North Mam Street Telephone 4 0461 11 OMPLIMENT Western Awning 81Cushlon Co 3117 N FIRST AVENUE DIAL 2 1332 is ocsacoonvacoeuooqvoqvivaxaizuia I I I 1 I I xi ' ii I QQ' I I 3 ' I 1 I ' . I ' I . I . I ' ii I ' , . 2 T- T I ii : I I 1 I g I :I ' I ' I 9 O gi 5 I I i I In 2 I h ' yfrfell-1-elses-is I-11-E I ' I 4. I ' ' ii Q ii . ' ii -- ii . 0 ii ii Q ii ii . ii : ii I I I I ' I I - T ii . I I ' ii I ii I ii T ii ' T ii I ii I ii I M ' - ,I . T T m ii I I ' ii I n ii ' ii I ' I ii - ii T ' ii . I . I I I +.. 1 111 111 1 1 ,1, 111 ,1 ,1 1 ......,1, ,,,.,,, 11 ... 111...,1 1 ..-Q 1 QQQQ ,1, ,1 ......,11 1 ......,1, ,1 1 ... FOR 22 YEARS Graduates and Students Tucson Schools have depended on B A Smxth Davld Smnth S M I T H Y S Pengum Puddle Sandwiches Sodas Sundaes Campbell Avenue at Grant Road Tucson UNIT LAUNDRY an DRY CLEANERS DANIELS JEWELERS I Dlamonds Watches Jewelry Silverware Dishes Appllances Trophles Clocks Rings THE HOME GIFTS LASTING BEAUTY DANIELS JEWELERS TUCSON. ARIZONA 'N'v1veQvo1oQva3a00e2eQsa0v1:qn14t1rivC0D li' Y UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE M A I N B R A N C H 300 E SEVENTH STREET DIAL 4 0445 Congraiulahons to the Graduates For BEST and FRESH PASTRIES BON TON BAKE SHOP DECORATED CAKES for l casxon 2342 N CAMPBELL PHONE 5 8402 Quallty Work Reasonable PPICGS Custom made sea! covers. Convertxble tops. Complete Tum. Jack Mclaughlm FIRST CLASS, GUARANTEED PAINT. BODY AND TRIM WORK 2851 N. FIRST AVE. PHONE 2 9974 aiiqptvifittviivivoiexitvleiiiei L ' 0 Li - 1: E L e of l + s s U L A L I g 'L Q M g f 0 V L Let Us Clean Your L . A L N L M LL M a 1 oc ' s . I Lx L M L M --'-:-..s-:...sss-'s- L ' M H s ' M OF . M 0 F l 4 L . L 8 . 9 A I L For Everything Photographlc At Our Congress and Church Store. ALL NIGHT SERVICE E lg 0758 AT OUR CONGRESS 8: FIFTH STORE Qfffxf IIRGCII OIIVEIIIGII OCS 1011 5 I2 Fl' rf' :- cn f5 o 3 'Il m FQ' rn 'U 3' o FF o U cn 'O ff' P r-1 INQUIRE ABOUT OUR RENTAL PLAN ON HOME MOVIE I-'ILM and EQUIPMENT' M 5Q"l"-1 IA Qzioagoxvaouaovoqvoovaaooconqnirivoqvoqooqoeqvqqvgvagvoqvaqoqfaavacv WIN OR LOSE Youll be ahead of the game wIth favorltes from Stelnfelds' collectlon Q I 'fzmfsfds 35 North Stone Avenue Phone 2 5811 -cvsovecvaqvozaqvoqsaqooqvqvaqvvqvapv I I ' ' ' TI' I -H' II II ' ' gf4l""T7 I . Q fs II II Yr II I I f ' 'I II II I I I I - I I - I I I ' I. - II II I v. 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II Cibilloiiiaa DV AL BOOK TAKEN NATIONAL SCHOOL STUDIOS Box 1186 Phoenlx SOUTHERN ARIZONA BMIK MID TRUST 00 1065 N Campbell Avenue Phone 5 2661 The flrst of a mllllon' Kelth Clawson starts out on the road to riches by protecting his wealth at the SOUTHERN ARIZONA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT HEADQUARTERS HOWARD 8. STOFFT IN I IDU PICTURES IN THIS BY A 6 THEN SEE STUCOD a Portr Bea C Ferrell Stoody Telephone 3 6032 376 S Stone at Western Wa1 RETAIL STORES RETAIL STORES Peterson. Brooke 8: Siemer Prescott Howard 8z Siofft Tucson Yuma P B S W Safford Siahoners Yuma 530 W Washmgton PHOENIX Phone 22301 COMPLETE FURNISHINGS FOR SCHOOL CHURCH OFFICE INDUSTRY ARIZONA DISTRIBUTORS an ROYAL TYPEWRITERS an MIMEOGRAPH DUPLICATORS co: VICTOR ADDING MACHINES cox DITTO DUPLICATORS an ELLIOTT ADDRESSING MACHINES an EDIPHONES co: AMERICAN SEATING COMPANY A SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR ARIZONA ivahvacvaqoipavotvchbaqsaiahvagsahvaqoaaoahsatvcqvioiacvaiabsioivegsagsacvaqvivonveavioonvoqonio 41414Qva1134:va1iv1vaqooQv4Qo4QvaQv1r41aQr I I I l I I I I I I - . I I I I I I Q I I I ' I I I 1-1-1 I I I ' I I I I I I . I G7 I I I vw I I - I I I I I I - I U I I ' c: I I ' I I S 7 1: I I To I P - - I , II ' T il I I cp T :r rn I I I :. 575- I-15 II I I Q- ... I I ' - Z I I I I I: X I I I EZ 'N I z 3 II Q I 0 I I! 1- ' I I 2. I I 33' I I I 4 I I I I 'Inv Belts Concha N kel S Sty! I ig at Stal , 55" -3' Copper Q75 I Concha lco S 'GONGRATULATIONS GRADS ARIZONA CASH REGISTER 172 E PRINCE ROAD TUCSOI YDINKY S WHERE P it M C d P 1 Eg PROVE T t t h pl 3424 East Speedway Phone 6 0184 Compliments YOUR FRIENDLY WOOLWORIH STORE its Tucson 36 East Congress ALL KINDS OE GLASS Southwestern Sash 8 Door Qqvfqpazqpf 4.0.3.-.v4q....ac-4..4uo4greq-aoeovoooer o4:oiv40v40s4Qv4Qv4Qra9va:v4Qo4qsocooQv 111110 Dial 1400 Don Lee - Mutual e004 oQv4Qv4Qv1vQ0v00v10voQvoQo1s4Qv4QoI1v1vagoaQp4Qpqgp1, 'I' exiziiegoiaxzagninoxai 13:11 111041 'I'-... lc llver .il " M .- '. ' E Three 5. fi.. 'j'-31-X : 0 m P 1 m e n s es and 214: 1 S -js: 'I M 5 A f I 'Soi' A f ' , 9' .--- Fivo l . - 'i I E -as H 5,-:ttf I. ,.--"" .'.'gff'? I iff . 1 -auata u I I BELTS I V ,.', . ..,1, 2 Q Next To ' E 5 I Post and up . 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M I I - I li' 'i l 'i' 1' 1 ,l ,,, 'i, 'i' 1 1 L Zi, 1 u ' o f I I A Thrifty beginning means a happy endmg THRIFTIES from JACOME S are llke money in the bank It s just old fashmned horse sense to save for a special occaslon Evexy tlme you make a purchase ask for and save Thrlftles They are redeemable m cash at Chxlstmas "Nine Sho pmg Center ol' T B7 93 Fast Cong ess Street Department Stores Inc Established 1890 J KNOX CORBETT LUMBER CO Lumber Hardware Roofing E SEVENTH s'rnr-:r:'r 'rucsou st Wishes To raduates USE REITZ C0 2332 North Campbell Avenue SX 0 3 3 In ea el' CATALINA CLEANERS Quality Work at Reasonable Prices PICK AND DELIVERY 2943 North Campbell Avenue DIAL 5 7292 A part for every car Safety and Plam Glass Glass cut and mstalled lEE'S AUTO PARIS Wrecking Cars Bought and Sold You wnscx 'EM we BUY 'EM 2200 Oracle Road Telephones Tucson 2 7455 and 2 7453 Dohlers 0racle Road Market Complete Food Market Chevron Service Station 3755 ORACLE ROAD Wm. R. 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I CONGRESS at STONE D 1 a 1 5 4 The Drugstore of the Century ,QMZWHM oqnaxioorvlazivago 1303101391101 O WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 1730 N First Avenue PHONE 3 7092 George Aho Proprxetor arslty soda slppers always work out at JARRULD DRUG 3156 NORTH FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3 9172 Head coach Lorene Herman Frrst strlngers Doug Polen Lors Jones Arlene Seedorf Joel Bobrow 7 CUNWHHMHAL IWHNTERS PAUL A SMITH qwzuzfsr an rzquus Vs 1. tj nvzfahor a nnoun enzarzfi 1630 NORTH FIRST AVENUE PHONE 21542 Compllments to the Graduatmg Class of 1950 VILLA RESTAURANT FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE 2331 N Oracle TUCSON Lowel Cyc e gummy fm: 00 AUTHORIZED DEALER We Servrce 'What We Sell SCHWINN BUILT BICYCLES TAYLOR TRICYCLES Dial 4 0733 406 E Ft Lowell I ED III'S I ' I s - A ' 3 - o 7 Q I .. g ,, I ggggg gggg ggggggggggggg-ggg V . . Aga , Q . . , I . lf A is . Ii ,-' I cl If A ' cl 6 ' ' .1 nd c -3.27: 3 -1- -i 1, 3 33' 3 ,:g.g.g:- 3 3 :gi 4:o41Va:so1e0v1o:4iq:oaQvQ4Cva2l1o:lla21saQvau I FI. I I Co. 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H .11 Q' STAY BEAUTIFUL WITH THE HOUSE FACTORY the p ace Bulldmg Materuals aoss N rms'r Avr: DIAL a ssaz 'I' ictaiaiegvoqsaqvlahviailaxaqo 104391041113131aianoonsotanvonvqiaiivclaiiasranvoiexiaQua1aQo1aQv4Qv41qQo1:1v41:1s'a HAMMOND SOAP 81 CHEMICAL C0 MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS SOAPS WAXES CLEANERS POLISI-IES INSECTICIDES FLOOR FINISHES DISINFECTANTS SANITARY SUPPLIES TELEPHONES 85307 or 85308 115 WEST JACKSON STREET PHOENIX ARIZONA Everythxng for the Buxlder ARIZONA LUMBER ill SUPPLY COMPANY Dallons SHO and OOI REPAIRING It Costs No More For FACTORY LIKE SHOE REPAIRING 3125 N FIRST AVE TUCSON Q111111111 1 111' 11111 1 111 ,11111111. '1 ,1 1111111,'1 R +1 11,1111 1 1 1 1 1111 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1f1f1 1 1f1f1-1 -111 11,1 1 111ff1f D II I II II I E B QI d II II II . U II II 249 E. SEVENTH ST. PHONE 3-2507 2 . . Q11 1 1 1'1',1,1 1 1 1 1 1'1"1"1',1,'1 1111 1 111 111 1 1111 1 1'1 1 1:1 II II . . - . . . II II II II I II II II II II II ' - oIo1111:1 '1' 1 1 1 ,1, 1 11 '1 ,1',111111:1, 1 ,111 1 :1"1 1,11 1 1 1 1 1111 FLOWERS TO BEAUTIFY THE OCCASION GARDEN FLOWER SHOP 2936 N STONE DIAL 39485 Good Luck To The Graduates PETTY S DRUG STORE FOR REFRESHING DRINKS 1412 North First Avenue Phone 3 5282 HERB MORRISON PRINTING CO FIFTH AVENUE AT TENTH STREET PHONE 33702 BEST WISHE THE GRADUATES MIDWEST MEAT COMPANY 3 a t e lng re PHILS GARAGE Ge eral O erhaul Genera! a d Ign tion Servl e ON ALL MAKES OF CARS 2802 N FIRST AVE Pho e 3 7733 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS 1950 TT 0 N S T A D 'T HARDWARE COMPANY Cong aiulanons t the Graduates DWIGHT HEINZ CHEVRON DEALER 2551 N. 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