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

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L, TO R1 Lorraine Mann, Mavis Bennett, Shirley Pringle, Shirley Stewart, Jimmie Barley. CHEERLEADERS For the first time the cheerleaders drew up a constitution and became a regular club. A cheer contest was sponsored by the group to get more and better cheers. This was won by Jane Wood, sophomore. E Led by Shirley Pringle, the "A" squad participated in all pep assemblies, and games--both in town and at most of the out of town games. E "B" squad cheerleaders led by Lorretta Mann led cheers at all "B" squad games and alternated cheer- ing with the "A" squad. Something new this year--three song leaders--were added to the squads. This club is sponsored by Miss Lee Chilikas. nj , . ,N h ,'4 fx gifjr I ya I B-Squad Cheerleaders, L, to R, Marlee SOIISIBHCICIS, L. t0 R: Sandra King. NHHCY Hardy, Loretta Mann, Donna Berridge, Noren. C31'01YH Hedfiflk June Potts, . 96 iQ"y FIRST ROW, L, TO R: JoAnn Johnson, Kay Smith, Alice Sullivan, Sue McCoy, Lois Humphrey, Jimmie Early, Delores Allison, Janice Small, Mary Holaway, SECOND ROW: Linda Fiscel, Arlene Dimple, Cecile Gibbons, Marlee Hardy, Anita Hand, Janet Brant, Velma Johnson, Barbara Crawford, Susie Figard, Sally Majesky, Carol Miley, Nancy Noren, Georgia Criss, Janice Rumohr, Betty Hedrick, Anna O'Brien, Yvonne Sullivan, Elaine McHolland, Helen Mcblolland, Mavis Bennet, Arlis McKinley, Lorretta Mann, Shirley Stewart, BACK ROW:MrS. Helen Anderson, sponsor, Donna Cook, Lorraine Mann, Peggy Mittondorf, Sylvia Contreras, Peggy Maynard, Joyce Lowing, Helen Bray, Jean O'Brien, Dorothy Early, Barbara Kenny. GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Anderson and Miss Lee Chilikas, Girls' Athletic Associ- ation has had a busy schedule for this year. Their activities included a dance symposium at Tempe, the State badminton tournament also at Tempe, a successful Halloween. Dance joint- ly sponsored by F. F. A. , a spring party, noon- time activities, and a talent show. Officers for the club include Lois Humphrey, president, Sue McCoy, vice-president, Mary Alice Gastleum, secretary-treasurer, and . Anita Hand, program chairman. - The purpose of G.A.A. is to further the interest in girls' sports at Amphitheater High School. sa . Z." OFFICERS: L, to R: Sue McCoy, vice-pres, Lois Humphrey, president, Anita Hand, program chairman. NOT PICTURED: Mary Alice Gastleum, secretary. 97 EA ,. , f ' is . V- - -y . ' - -Mi '- LEFT TO RIGHT: Elenor Selbold, Kay Smith, Janice Small: JoAnn Johnston, Mary I-Iolaway, Alice Sullivan, Mary Alice Gasxelnm, KNEELING: Delorls Allison, Lols Humphrey, Sue McCoy. A CLUB A-Club under the direction of Mrs. Helen Anderson, took a survey of Arizona high schools to find out their school colors and symbols as the foremost project of the year. Another im- portant project was decorating the goal posts for each home football game. Initiation was held at the end ofthe year and a skit was put on for an assembly. Officers include Lois Humphrey, president, Delores Allison, vice--president, Sue McCoy, Secretary-treasurer. to be a member of A-Club, a girlt must earn 1,000 points and receive her "A". LEFT TO RIGHT: Olllt-ers--l.ols Humphrey, president, Dclnrls Allison, Vlcc President, Sue McCoy, Secretary Treasurer, 98 YY Behind the table L. to Rg Henry Curtis, Princess Rnck, Leslie Masslnan, David Gnrley, Jai-Ii Whitehead, John Wise, Sidney Lynch, Eddie McCoy, Mr. Orville Disluaw, sponsor, Albert Fizeri, Jim Lane, George Mann, Larry Matthern. In Front Of Table L. To Rg Dick Dlddams, Gideon Weisz, Bill Tllllngthast, Robert Riley, John Da vis, CHESS CLUB Tucson, Amphitheater, Safford and Morenci organized a state chess championship as the main project for the ye'ar. The first half of the State Tournament was held at Safford, in early December with the fol- lowing scores: Amphitheater 13, Tucson 10, Safford 9 1!2, Morenci 3 112. In March, the second half was played and the score determined the state champion. Tucson won 9 1X2 to 6 1X2 over Amphi in the first meet between the schools in February. Two other matches were played. The officers were Princess. Ruck, president, Sidney Lynch, vice-president, and George Mann, secretary. 99 OFFICERS: L TO R5 George Mann, secretaryg Princess Rnck, president, Sidney Lynch' V196 president. N1 ' 9' 'Q K x is, ' FRONT ROW, L, TO R: Janice Small, Carol Oldham, Carolyn Roseberry, Jeanette Nelson, Princess Ruck. SEC OND ROW: Helen Price, Joyce Gideon, Mary Fries, Delores Allison, Marilyn Juene. THIRD ROW: Virginia Varney Mrs. Ada Fugate, sponsor, Elouise Bell, Eddie Goetz, BACK ROW: Carl Foiles, Jack Markle, John Davis, David Butler. f-Cog Y , 'vlihl l,.' Fez'-5 V df' 4 E: 1:l:.s,. OA' OFFICERS, L, TO R: David Butler, treasurer, Joyce Gideon, president: Mary Fries, vice- presidentg Joyce Thurston, secretary. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society is based on Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship. Officers are Joyce Gideon, President, Mary Fries, Vice-President, Joyce Thurston, Secretary, David Butler, Treasurer, and Lillian Cooper, Faculty Sponsor. Each year the Keeling Chapter of the National Honor Society presents a scholarship to a junipr to enable him to finish his high school education. An award is also given to the outstanding freshman, To raise money for these projects, Honor Society sponsored a film of the Thanksgiving Day football game with Tucson High. New members of the senior class were initiated in February, while junior members were initiated in March. In May there was a banquet for the graduating members. 100 s 1 .- - i l ' 9 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Glenda Warren, Shirley Farley, Marlene Macholrz, Iimmie Earley, Charles Sallaway, Sylvia Lynn, Emojean Kerber, Jeanette Nelson, Joyce Waite, Bob Iuhnke. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Bradford, Carl Pringle, Mark Latham, Bill Rasmussen, Gale Burnett, Jerry Pollock, Don Glasscock, Iohn Horner, Wally Geniec, Carl Foiles, Elouise Bell, and sponsor, Lillian Cooper. FILIBUSTERS The Speech club known as the Filibusters under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Cooper, sponsored the school oratorical contest which was held on February 18, 1953 and the district oratorical contest on March 5, 1953. Five gold pins in the form of gavels were awarded to the five students who achieved the most in public speaking. Officers for the first semester were Mark Latham, President, Charles Sallaway, Vice-President, Jeanette Nelson, Secre- tary, and Carl Foiles, Parliamentarian. Second Semester officers were Charles 4 Sallaway, president, John Horner, vice- Lf, president, Elouise Bell, parliamentarian, Elizabeth Smith, secretary. X , OFFICERS, L, TO R: Elouise Bell, Parliamentarian, Charles Sallaway, President, Second Semester, John Horner, Vice-President, Mark Latham, President, First Semester, Jeanette Nelson, Secretary, NOT PIC- TUREDg Carl Foiles, parliamentarian, Elizabeth Smith, secretary. 101 FRONT ROW: L, TO R: Margaret Jones, Katherine Smith, Alice Sullivan, Margie Berridge, Barbara Crawford. ROW 2: Donna Hogsett, Carol Oldham, Pat O'Conner, Jean Smith, Carol Kelso, Arlene Dimple. ROW 3: Mrs. Mildred Baker, sponsor, Arlene Oliver, JoAnn Johnson, Sue Buddingh, Janice Ruhmor, Sandra Hopkins, Helen Bray, Ann Park, Sharon Falshaw, Sally Majeskl, Beverly O'Conner, Donna Cook, Linda Fiscel, Wanda Medlock. BACK ROW: Joan Fournier, Sylvia Contreras, Mary Holaway, Princess Ruck, Marilyn johnson, Joyce Lowing, Elaine Hadley, Georgia Criss, Lenore Laudermilch, Roberta Border, Y-TEENS Held on January 31, at the De Molay Hall was the 'Frost Frolic", a formal dance sponsored by Y-Teens. At Christmas the girls went caroling to Comstock Hospital and sent a Christmas basket to a needy falnily. Bake sales were another project of the club. With Mrs. Mildred Baker as sponsor, the officers were Elaine Hadley, President, Nancee Margaret Jones, Secretary, and Roberta Border, Treasurer. -ED OFFICERS: L TO R: Margaret Jones, secretary, Elaine Hadley, president, Nancy Linderstrom, vice-president, Roberta Border, treasurer. 102 Linderstrom, Vice-P r e s i d e nt, 1 ' lf ' l . A l FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Paris, Ronnie Hittenberger, Buster Steinebach, Chuck Campbell, Chuck Crane, Jim DeCiancio, Don Kohler, Joel Cox, Reid Baas, Charles Brown, Jim Gideon. SECOND ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Ton Rose, Stanley Rose, Ray Hardy, Jack Markle, Bob Karbowski, Dan Campbell, Ed Sparks, Bill Oates, Bert Card, Otis Colwell, Max High, Anthony Arena, Jim Adams. THIRD ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Sponsor, Robert Krans, Bernie Brigman, Robert Stevens, Jack Romero, Harvey Syversrud, Burke Smith, Jerry Sanders, John Shea, David Butler, Frank Estes. FOURTH ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: George Giley, Merlin Neilsen, Paul Hughes, Frank Westmoreland, John Farrelly, Wesley Wilson, Bob Bradford, Norris Gumpf, Larry Kaiser, Unidentified, Tommy Tompkins, Y.M.C.A. sponsor, HI-Y Under the leadership of Johnny Farrelly, Presi- dent, Harvey Syversrud, Vice-President, Ray Hardy, Secretary, Otis Colwell, Treasurer: Jack Markle, Sergeant-At-Arms: and Ronnie Hitten- burger, Chaplaing the Hi-Y Club has grown twenty-five to sixty. Some activities included Christmas caroling and a food basket jointly with Y-Teens, a convention in Phoenix, noontime activities, a movie and the selling of programs at the Rodeo. An important accomplishment for this year was establishing a scholarship to the University of Arizona for some deserving senior student. OFFICERS, L TO R: John Farrelly, president: Jack Markle, sergeant at arms: Harvey Syversrud, vice-president: and Ray Hardy, secretary. NOT PICTURED: Otis Colwell, treasurer: and Ronnie Hittenberger, chaplain. 103 x,X GIRLS' -LEAGUE CABINET: FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anita Hand, Barbara Crawford, Pat Pearson, Patty Whalen, Mavanell McDaniel. SECOND ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmie Earley, Barbara Mayfield, Beverly O'Connor, Carol Oldham, Nancee Linderstrom, Marsha Brown. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy O'Neil1, Iris Cloudt, Elouise Bell, Carolyn Roseberry. GIRLS' LEAGUE Girls' League started off the year with the theme "Star-dust and Solid Earth." Nearly forty girls attended the fall- convention in Mesa, and many more participated in the winter conclave at Tucson High. The group staged a membership campaign ln February ln an effort to interest more underclassmen and new students in the club Pins were available for the first time this year, and the club decided to award a cup to the class which was the' best represented over the nine-month period. Club co-sponsors were Mrs. Louise Detor and Miss Katharine Hipple. Officers for the club include Carolyn Roseberry, President, Pat Pearson, Vice-Pres1dent,Eloulse Bell, Secretary, and Judy O'Nei11, Treasurer. .J J v lx 4 V Nr X81 ' H OFFICERS: L TO R: Eloulse Bell, secretary, Carolyn Roseberry, Pres. Pat Pearson, vice-president, and Judy O'Nel1l, treasurer. fl 104 get .4 MEMBERS, L, TO R, ROW lg Sponsor, Richard Murray, John Shea, Ray Vervelde, Chuck Campbell, Carl Foiles, Jack Markle, Tom Rose, ROW 2: L. TO R: Bob Freeland, Larry Roberson, David Butler, Jerry Sanders, Paul Geniec, Bill O'Donald, Gale Burnett, Jack Romero. NOT PlCTUREDg Bert Card, Douglas Calhoun, Ronnie Hittenberger, Glen Oldham, Don Kohler, Stanley Rose.. KEY CLUB Key Club's annual Rodeo Dance was held February 19 as a climax to a successful year. In December a clothing drive was held for needy children in Korea, also in December a food basket was given to a poor family. Sponsored jointly with Girls' League was the "Turkey Hop", a Thanksgiving Day dance. an .-'fjx 9, Qi 1 I0 ,Rs omcrzasz L, TO R, David Buuer, secre- Karen Malone, sophomore attendant, Lois tary: Carl 501165, president: Jack Romero' Humphrey. QUSFH: Gay Logan, Il-1010! al' treasurer. NOT PICTUREDg Stanley Rose tendant, Not Prctured: Beverly O'Conner, vice-president. freshman attendant. 1 O5 W.. 1, 'lv :gg gi --31333 ..-:qw :.'3iF:l .,-' , LAWRENCE CROSS: Principal M.A., Iowa State Unixersity 1 .3 1 3 .JJ Q 1 W ---,uv-1-r "1 ,ITT J If: 5 X ir -ax X,-""' I ' '.-........... .,., -,,,,,,,Q,,,M. George Morse Roy Bullington Y A47 Flo Batson Reg1strar Y .r Darlene McDaniel Secretary 7 Anna Eis aman Secretary FRONT ROW, L, TO R: Carol Oldham, Marjorie Ball, Carol Dewey, Harriet Ruffin, Nancy Goodpasture, Joyce Marlar, Pay Lacy, Elmina Cormier. SECOND ROW: Mary Simonson, Beverly O'Connor, Nancy Owens, Sue Morgan, Carol Kelso, Anne Parks, Nancy Calhoun, Sandra Hopkins, Marlee Hardy, Donna Hogsett, Fairy Ellen Brown. THIRD ROW: Joycia Gates, Barbara Smith, Arlene Dipple, Cecile Gibbons, Sue Figard, Judy Coward, Sharon Unruh, Velma Johnson, Georgia Criss, Lenore Loudermilch, Cozette LeFave, Mrs. Mattie Brashear, Sponsor. F.H.A. ' F.H.A. 'rs got into the swing of things this year by holding several I box socials and square dances with the F.F.A. 3 To help boost the treasury, several bakesales were held during the g year and the Club sponsored two movies. i The main project of the year was the selection of "Miss F,H.A. , " chosen from a group of seven girls by the entire student body. Marjorie Ball was chosen District Vice-President and Barbara Mayfield was selected Arizona's candidate for the National office of Vice-Presi- dent of public relations. Parliamentariang Pay Lacy, Historian, Barbara Mayfield, Reporter, and Peggy Bridges, Song Leader, OFFICERS: L, TO R: Marjorie Ball, President, Velma Johnson, Treasurer, Pat Lacy, Historian, Carol Oldham, SecretarygNOT PICTURED: Ann Blr, Vice-President, 106 ' Officers this year were Marjorie Ball, Presidentg Ann Bir, Vice -Presidentg Carol Oldham, Secretary, Velma Johnson, Treasurer, Barbara Gage, STANDING: L, TO R: Don Glasscock, James Witt, John Doty, Jim Tanguay, Robert Howell, Jerry Pollock, H. Curtis, Jim Currie, Chuck Sullivan, Roger Wiggins, John Wise, George Campas, Ben Bingham, Joe Robson, Charlie Stough, Don Baker, Phil Matthews, John Gyori, unidentified, Nick Glasscock, Jim Stewart, Neil Richter. SEATEDg L. TO Rg Larry Roberson, Paul Lindberg, Glenda Warren, Dave Cocklin, Larry Mann, Fred Rush. KNEELING L. TO R1 William Hendrix, Lynn Andrews, Ray Ingalls, Bill Overstreet, Dick Green, F.F.A. F.F.A. cllmaxed a successful year with the Sweetheart Ball held February 6, when Glenda Warren reigned as Sweetheart, Other social activities included two box socials, a parent-son banquet, and sponsoring the Gila Southern Fed- eration banquet, A fertilizer business was set up as a money-making project along with selling transplants and raising chickens. Another important event this year was a trip to Old Mexico to study farm methods, I . t ,, , ..,.- , President Dave Cocklin plants a congratu- latory kiss on Sweetheart Glenda Warren as her two attendants, Donna Berridge, right, and Jimmie Earley, left, look on. I.. i, SEATED: L. TO Rg Charlie Stough, vice-president, Dave Cocklin, president, John Doty, secretary. STANDING, L. TO R, William Hendrix, advisor, Jerry Pollock, treasurer Larry Roberson, reporter, and Jim Stewart, sentinel. 107 s For The Big ne. ly JOB! Pamelly The .Xmphnhwafr Panthers Lute the-rs t--suzm-xt task of the watson ierzfmrmw vmen they cn- ngv mv psavsriul Tm-sf-rs Rndgf urs wut: tm- Anmmx class A rizarsipcomhzv at stake, Kick-of! 'tunic ax B! l'-so ffrinfk in the Erztwrsdy cs! Arm.-m smdnuru. Tween rs currently hzmdmg lhf: ri--Q A IRM with n 5-U Wim. hp! nr-:rd c-vmpurod to .-'krxzrehrs 4 um. ami cms loss The ikmuwrs -.Mm .3 sun over the R?-44,3-is xr---x7.i dxf.-sh ,Q tw for Ihr: sham, p.--:ramp mm Tu--sa.: The Ext-ag. cbl. with ci Wm or even n hm ww!-'I bn urvdxsyruud kinrvins If-r ms- wwnd canst-fuhve your, hnvc any 4-Mum on the i-Ease A throne in the husiory of thu sch'--ol No other team in thc- state has n chnnre for the mln Thu rc-1 and white squad is u wah deserved i!'rv'L' touchdown fav-mic in u-p thx- Panthers, Thu-y have rapped surh touzhws :os Nflrlh Phcenlx, Wes! Phoenix. Im-sa. Yuma and Phoenix Unxun in rnnxpxhng lhwr class fx rurnrd .mu mm- dropped Dwnlds, uf.- hr-r and Ph-wmx Unn-n :ngnm nr nv-n muff-rr-:wc Rnrncs Amplmfs only big sehr-1-I loss cnvrvv nl' the hands of Mesa In the season npvner. Thr' gn-on and nhxlr then stripped Glendale. clam A wins Bisbce and Snilmd uhm fm-Il prey to Amphi, but the Noam:-s Apuvhw slunnvd 5-tml fans by rapping Murl McCmu's boys 37-6 rn thx- gaxmv though! ln br' A rrrwlu Thu Pzmtln-rs have hvf-n wuric- xnu out Imrd fur thu pans! Iwo wer-ks an urwrpnrmn ur unwr- mv.-3 umnv Thr-5' slmulrlxfl bf: coxxzwfl nut of thv- ur-nlr-st by :mv vzmnr n. lhry have prawn I I U f- ln- fhi' ntrublwlh In ll hu!!!- hvx nl' ,gf-nzw muvh us Prusruft nmi Ynnm 'Hun xxxll bo nppr-mnx1:sli-iy 200:10 Inn, ur-mum 1h4: :tune Thank-.unwr n un: up mm- larg- --st rnmrl in nulrxtx .1 pnp All alum- :n rl.- vt 4 -' 11: xnlium ashore 1-mu-1-r-rw thnx z..uIs uzll hw wut-lung hw- un.: rn- rt nf m.m:f,, Jxuk Markie-, star lm 1 .. K 1..f , ilu- .-Xmpln l.nnh--r- p mth-rs shi Hurt-..mv of the game, If :Xmphr Wm: ll will br lhw l'hu0nlX TCCh. Prv:5vulK Kind upicl uzvtm- ill Um Ins!-in 1-f Ihr- Old fir'-K un." thv: N.-:shaun-rs mn Y-mu. In cumpxlmg lhvxr rf-ur imma.- N C.. K 1 I E -I' - ,Q Mmlenl Plrliljmlrmz uf .'Irnpfulfm1lzr Hlvqlw 5'U'fwl vol. I2 A .sfgym U wrucsoni ARIZONLNOVEMBER ao, 1955, H NoiV5 Ollncl T' ranges .Y 0011, lnle C lUl 195 . f Llubs Vhll Sponsor Named ,- . 9- Rc-rn,-uliurml pl'02l'ill'llS K - fs-gi -35 s -,fs -xv. ,mr nm me tt.-is hut! num-ng an -lo nl my--n, sf- uf mmsurlz ,. up st-m-:rung ' 'rms scum-nr ima, pri'-Msn! R.-n l4.1unb.-1-4.-r r-sr My Eg l- pmt,-nr-L1 th., stud-An! f..unc,1'5 rerun! :return .-1 plunmng ps-.grams to uf 5325231124-Q ' '1' tv hull! -n tk., Qnslnlf-rrnvv fl-vrlnn thu Iv-n..h haul! X ' ' 1 V " In 'C OL 5550, ima? -sea, . ' '-:':7'5'?'fNvF '-:-wfws........ . . Q-.,.,.t. , H .M Pre-Game Activities Aimed At Full .Stadium A In mmnertiun v ' ' ' lhr-'ugh their stud in turn mvm- irish' lx Scribes 4 Advice I .450 Cor Jnumaliem s tx Ihr'-uuhout Anzm the Slam College urfiay. November nun! Inn-rs:-hulatt Crulmn mnvvnllon Hurldm: 3-furna dna' hearm: hun! rum 1-ni hnlrlxng r:.n..u- pussy-, V mu i-psp--r pmiu, F--Murnvl sg cn! 'lu-,lwn xt 4-Junvn:-X for tha- 7I-I'l'TF I-'mn in T1 um nr,1l'I v,,.Irs1"11v:ur ig. H. .--...r..f- Rs, as-........ ig N LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROWgJohn Farrelly, sports editorg Barbara Mayfield, feature editorgE1ouise Be11,editor-in-chief: Judy O'Nei11, circulation manager: Iris Cloudt, advertising manager. SECOND ROW: Ed Chrzanowski, photographerg Joe Merlo, assistant sports editorg Princess Ruck, copy editorg Jimmie Earley, exchange editor: Donna Batchellor, business managerg John Haydon, photographer. 108 Q 4 5 xx fl 4 t 0 Jswv Q s . s. -"M ,. , H+. w .U .. W . , .Ali , rs! .-" ' ,. - N 5 ' " , v N- XJ' .".:j' 'fit X , .a.sL.f-s:"'.'E-yN'f',f" vi- s 55,551 v'.,fsq-' fr f , Q., T, ., , .72-.4 ig J S' Q f. V N-J .sv es.. .tis J, A '11,- ,li r: if Ji .j' Y ' Q aff- J - ' , , J MV'-fld-L',!1,V,i 1 ' I . V I ...-. ,ff tx' MQ 'E T A, rss.-tr.swff.,, ,fi SEATEDg L. TO R: Isabel Donahugh, poetry editor, Janice Small, head typistg Joyce Gideon, art editor, business managerg Carolyn Roseberry, editor in chiefg Mavanell McDaniel, assistant editor, Carol Oldham, picture editor. STANDING: L. TO R: John Farrelly, assistant sports editorg Kernie Dishaw, advertising managerg Connie I-Iertzog, assistant advertising managerg Nancy Linderstrom, senior editor. NOT PICTUREDE Ronnie Hittenberger, sports' editor. 109 ,ID ' I-vs: -.,,.,,N Carol Oldham John Faffgiil' Elouise B311 PRESS BUREAU The praises of Amphitheater were sung in the local newspapers this year by four senior students. Amphi sports were covered by John Farrelly while Carol Oldham reported campus news, both for the Arizona Daily Star. Student news reporters for the Tucson Daily Citizen were Elouise Bell and Ronnie Hittenburger. An added feature of the past year was the schoo1's own weekly radio program, variously known as "Amphi warmup' and "Amphi-Theater of the Air." It was broadcast over KOPO and was sponsored by merchants in the Amphitheater district. M,C. for the program was Jim DeC1anc1o. Members of the staff included Elouise Bell, Velma Johnson, John Farrelly, Pat Ronnie Hmenberger Zeestraten, and various junior high reporters. RADIO STAFF: SEATED L. TO R: Elouise Bell, news reporter, Pat Zeestraten, disc jockey, Velma Johnson, girls' sports editor. STANDING: Jim DeCiancio, master of ceremonies. 110 FIRST ROW, L, TO R: Helen Soza, Gus Batchis, Charles Rudd, Stan King, Bill Hoidas. SECOND ROWgGladden Elliott, sponsor, Helen Price, Calvin Harris, Burke Smith, Dick Diddams, George Mann, Henry Curtis, Dennis King, David Zinder, Bob Freed, Bob Geiger, Bob Baker, Dick Jordan. l KILOWATT CLUB Seated in the stadium announcing booth are five Arnphl football announcers. L, TO R: Carl Foiles Dave Zender, Dave Goodman, James Quin, and Ronnie Hittenberger. These fellows kept the fans informed on who did what over the public address' system. LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Price, secretary, George Mann, president, and Burke Smith, vice -president. 111 -t? 1 .Q 5. ,. Q3 SOCIAL COMMITTEE L, TO R1 Anita Hand, sophomoreg Pat O'Connor, Junior Chairman Larry Roberson senror I1mmie Earley, seniorg Glenda Warren, senior. SWING BAND Another "first" at Amphitheater this year was the organizauon of a swing band Ezghteen members under the dx rection of Lawrence Wilson provided sweet swing for many socral events Members are Remo F1oron1 Melvin Hayes, Frank Estes, Joan Fornier, Fred Case, Jean Smith B111 Trllinghast Frank Burney LeRoy Drckey John Nathan, Mark Sawyer, Ed Anglin, Don Sampson, Stan Rose Bob Geiger John Kauffman Jack Whltehead and Bob Hale. 1 1 -dnl' 46. te uf FRONT ROW, L, TO R: Jerry Fish, Gary Van Kirk, Alice Sullivan, Marjorie Berridge, Bernita Coffman, Louis Ballinger. SECOND ROW: Glen Oldham, Ed Chrzanowski, Bud Spain, John Haydon, Bob Baldridge, Irving Hischke, Bob Baker. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Organized in 1950, the Photography Club served the photographic needs of the various organizations of the school, and also took pic- tures at most social events of the year. Sponsored by Talmage E. Pomeroy, the club managed to remodel and redecorate the dark room with all new equipment. To learn the fundamentals of photography is the purpose of the club. 113 OFFICERS: L, TO R: Glen Oldham, Vice President, John Hayden, Presidentg Ed Chrzanowski, Secretary, C5 Panthers Shock Yuma. 14+-12 'i2'ff??ef27 IE WA h,Th , Semors Fete Faculty Qsglciggg Q mp 1 eater . . me E9 Q-gre Remain On AirAt Tradtttonal Partysi pede: Q4 V OF! 0 lea b I - 5 E4 .gllounctl Arranges Trel: 57.1 ipitfefirs 5 Q 0 CDN . A . . . in members of the Penfeeaf 4 qg L2 00lllllg"8 Ctlvltlef urge Cast QU E H Clubs fgeqaes 'lsor Vxried TBPUTBS For Ps 5 -1 13314 xlvtfs-NWN W fSe"i0" Play JE C5 ...'i'?'0 Wie Xfiva '.w'f'evQ S7xe9"1i5 Foilee Vafney t 5 : -it IE 93 565602-X6 Qivnaxafeaqf12w??eeSia53l2Efl?2i.?f? if Cfmfiy 0 ti? e Oro? ii 015' , is the' ' , 'gg ,ilflnnual Staff Preparmg his e3f3i15fgSeafjeis31T" 4 M E Best Yet' 953 Yearbook 51 g., Amphi Celebrates As Eflligvgbcig fltoin ' Al Q . e. . 1 5 E11rollme11t Hlts 1U0050C1etV.F9b: 4 " ,, Girls Ag1le 1AI1t1CS Of Bob Karlyowski, So 2il,lIl7lIIl'CAmP L Am hi I . . A P Allhletfb Honored As Student No. IOUUWLH 0fflC8S Attract Attentioi m Amphi students will perhe ,. ef YS e Stii2P1i?5'i33' O QQ elgesgastagues Poll Reveals 13 5 A F ,, ,Q h oa,a 1 I S mp 11s ae ont c ayn age K ' fgazette Pages 'QI Q I-'The Aqmp1u Wal-mvup . edc Degplte the handicap of colds Q mlnute p1og1am te be blroa rd various other illnesses prac- L bDi!?!Y,FlQfiNLiMw11me,w1Jl..mi ,es for tne all-SChiO1 plays have Last Week' she .DESERT GA- N . E Pstatg G,L, Elect! 2 Pre- Game ,ACllUlll8S 'S E iPgttPej1Ei?gr1S5g M mernbgqrg attended the fan ETIZSSTELQE 32522iSi?1i2SSIZ.ii?Fn33S3Xi1iX,iH1l: E so ff 1 ents at t e ta ente senior - PQOD 6- reported. that they: ' 1 T5 blenda Warren Plekedt Q .E ll C1555 05, 1951 3ggdAqgfTg F To Reign Over 3 5 3231125 Za ie the eedit Q Fough Visitors F afvored to End Amphj Upsgtsitfifjpilmj J Rf fmnhi 44 Gump Win.n.in.o .qtrpnlc Dlnnnniv 'l'nnl1fSfJf1,Xef.iLe-Q12 RTISIN GUNS f"" x mi' ll? f"' H 19 -I 3 1 , ami: 4' N .V WHf?wwA ,ff soum runsmu unus cum uonnnv lzus CLUB 2 JDLLA rucsnu dons clue THURSDAY III!! HOTEL 4' . 3. . " . . Ai H , E if ..f .' - l,-i I . , vr ln :'+?f?fpA I . F '54, jx x DBURV CQEEEGE Eg J -Q . Y iHE?9Ur . ' ' 4, 1 I in - NN X 5 K , sae ae X f .ismiiii .--"""--- ESTHER PARRIS Dean of Girls Into the capable hands of Ro- bert Hiatt falls the job of dean of boys, boys' registrar, and boys' counselor, besides being in charge of Amphitheater's testing program, which includes I. Q. and mental development tests. Mr. Hiatt is never too busy to attend many of our school's activities, and is the second helpful sponsor of the Student Council. A graduate of Otterbein Col- lege in Ohio, Mr. Hiatt major- ed in Education, Music and art. Ever ready to lend an ear to prob- lems and offer helpful advice is the well known and admired Esther Parris, counselor and dean of girls. A familiar face at most of the school's activities, she is also one of the interested sponsors of this year's Student Council. Mrs. Parris was born in Oak Park, Illinois, and attended the University of Arizona. Before becoming one of our popu- lar deans, she taught in the junior high school, and was also a P. E. ln- structor. 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AL 4-5651 CONGRATULATIONS TO The Class of 1953 l.EvY's p pp Of Tucson Marjorie Berridge and Kay Smith WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY SILVE RWARE DISHES APPLIANCES TROPHIES CLOCKS RINGS DANIEIfS JEwEl.Ens 9 E. Congress Tucson, Arizona Barbara Majesky and Fae Smith I 111 E. Pennington 118 ELOUISE BELL AND ANNETTE ELBERS INSPECT THE BOTTLING MACHINE AT SHAMROCK DAIRY FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS 10070 LOCALLY OWNED SHAMROCK DAIRY McDANlELS Plumbing Sn Heating Co. Youngstown Kitchen Cabinets The Eliminating of Dishwashing is Being Studied Here By Sheils McPhee and Marilyn Juene DAVID S. MCDANIEI. 732 E. Ft. Lowell Rd. Ph. 4-0053 Tucson, Arizona 1 1 9 F' I TW T. ED LITT MCLELLA-N'S DRUG CO. F. t IT PLEASES Us 'rs TO PLEASE YOU CORNER CONGRESS AND SCOTT 1 Congress At Scott D1al 3-5407 oR'l'Hz iffs CASUAL AND SPORTSWEAR Q 7 , WESTERN WEAR The " em Mm' ,, GIFTS WITH THE WESTERN TOUCH Wenern Smre 120 N St A BOOTS - MOCCASINS ' one ve' SPORTING GOODS - LEATHER GOODS CLOTHING EOR OUTDOOR LIVING -MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN YLTl'b9! 96-AX. R 6666 El! JRJ, EIIOI 'J au 53 G- 011 McDANIELS 66 TRUCK STOP 3025 BENSON HIGHWAY PHONE 2-9086 I i 120 I L E A L CONGRATULATIONS n,,Slw ' Jun. 'untuzjleaztt Choose the diamond or vyatch that best commemorates your school sentiments and memories. . . and blend them into an unforgetable event at a store known for dependability, quality, and honesty. Win . im? F 1 - 3 .1t:f3" I li mx? , ge I R ll nnnnn ll .Hrg1:'m:Ef3Ifi E D I T J E W I L E R S conanzss AND srom: . -511215184 'vt-'ff TO THE CLASS OF '53 ZESTO 302 E. PRINCE RD. . Q -- 1,,-Mssil' Student Body Prexy Gets Trimmed AM PHITHEATE R BARBE R SHOP -2418 172 E. PRINCE RD. A I I OF X TUCSON ARIZONA ', J ,JN 'A Lx JoAnn Johnston and Walter Schmitz enjoy a coke made by Judy Kobida .IARROLD DRUG THRIFTIES SAVE YOU 270 IN cAs1-1 or-' Au. You SPEND I 31iiig1lIEFgRs572AVE 121 1T'S ' AMPHITHEATER SNO CAP FOR THE BEST IN ALL FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM 731 E. FT. LOWELL RAY'S BARBER SHOP 3146 N. FIRST AVENUE MODE ...... IS TUCSON'S OLDEST EXCLUSIVE FASHION SHOE SALON ....... Featuring Footwear and Matching Bags-You'11 see in leading fashion magazines 4+o' I . Mode Exclusives 999 , Delmanerte 9 , Mode- Debs as , Penaljo CONGRATULAT IONS CLASS OF 1953 PEREIRA STUDIO 106 E. CONGRESS COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '53 .... Arizona Flour Mills Co.. HOME OF THE BLUE STAR FEEDS PHONE 2-4655 177 TOOLE AVENUE 2 Q 1 n l IYOUR "ONE STOP" GARDEN STORE SEEDBSjgzI,i,1itI1:IIgfElS'gIRUBS SERVICE STATION Texaco Gas and Oil We are Equipped to Marfak amnoam stouzme Your Car Dial 3-2441 Batteries Charged - Flats Fixed Baby Chicks-Turkeys:Ducklings 244 E. Prince Ph. 2-9491 Poultry Supplies Beit Wfiilaef I0 the Gmdualef . it 9.4 11 SPROUSE-REITZ CO., INC. 2332 N. Campbell Avenue fNext to Catalina Theatre? FOR A COMPLETE LINE OF MEATS FRUITS VEGETABLES STONE AVENUE MARKET 2853 N. Stone Dial 3-8762 MANN LUMBER 00. 1909 NORTH STONE AVE. "Mann! !! That's Good Lumber! Mark Latham and Jack Markle Do some shopping AT MANN p 123 Good Luck To The '53 Grads DAVE COLLEEN 8: SON YOUR Crosley, Maytag, Philco, Admiral, IH, Easy, Gibson Appliance Dealer Compliments Of Wim Stow I Where A11 Tucson Shop if B111 Steinbach and John Doty inspect new Rifles AT SPRING'S Th HOME fTEE A I SPRING HARDWARE AND SUPPLY e o N- GE FASHIONS W-J. Spring Owner 3154 N. First Ave. Dial 3-9361 I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1953 A DAVE COCKLIN AND CHARLES SALLAWAY F. RONSTADT HARDWARE CO. 70 NORTH SIXTH AVE. 124 KOPO 'I 1450 ON YOUR RADIO KOPO-TV.. Nancyglgxilgehgggsaniiagbgigerson Listen to 115 WEST DRACHMAN TUCSON Grabes Record Center 26 E. Congress -4 I l MARTIN DRUG CO. 8 REXALL STORES TUCSON AND CASA GRANDE Rentals on Camera Equipment R Congress 81 Fifth Store on no open all night I Nancy Wilcox examines Camera Supplies as Joyce Waite Looks On I-.-. YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY AND ATHLE TIC EQUIPMEN T 'HEADQUAR TE RS HOWARD 61 STOFFT 40 E. Pennington Phone 3-4744 125 English English LILLIAN COOPER MILDRED BAKER B. A. , U. of A. A. B., Iowa Wesleyan College DOROTHEA GARRITSON B. A., U. of A. Social Science OTTO H. LAMMERS A. B., Upper Iowa Uni- versity, M. A., U. ofA. Journalism ALEX MYERS GRAHAM K. FRENCH B. A., University of B. A., U. of A. the South -1 is -v . Y0l'll 'I lla' s 1, English ALLAN STERRETT B. A., U. of A. Social Science ROBERT COLWELL B. A. Fresno S. C. 5 M. A. U. of A. 3 " MTI!! HITS 8000 l1LOVEK1HRO 9 A " Hi '- - J ' ' Y 'w . 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A., Coe College Homernaking VIVIAN BANCROFT B.A., U. of A. MATTIE B RASHE R Vocal Music B. S., Memphis State WILLIAM FUNK College, M. A., George B.A., U. of A. Peabody College 10 Typing and Shorthand HARRIET REDFIELD B.A., U. of A., M.A., U. of A. Instrumental Music LAWRENCE WILSON B.A., U. of A. 4? ww ...nv -Q Physical Education I MAGADALENA CHILIKAS B.A., U. of A. HELEN ANDERSON B.A., U. of A. Commercial Courses GLADDEN ELLIOTT B.A., Wyoming U3 M. A. , Denver Spanish LOUISE DETOR B.A., U. of A. Mathematics ROBERT KRANS B. A., Hope College, Holland, Michigan THOMAS JORDAN B. S., Canisi College, Buffalo, N. Y. g M.A., U. of A. S-,,f". 11 ii E 1 1 r ,V ' b Q, X41 29 Y Physical Education MURL MCCAIN B. S. , U. of A. GEORGE GENUNG B.S., U. of A., M. A. , Colorado State Science TALMADGE POMEROY B. S., A. S. C., Tempe Bookstore CALVIN A. BROWN B. A., A. S. C., Tempe Mathematics ORVILLE DISHAW M.A., U. of A. Science ROBERT FETZ B. A., A. S. C., Tempe Arts and Crafts KATHERINE HIPPLE M. A. Columbia 4:22"'-f""""" L "f"1'.g , W.-- P -1 Nm by ,l .M .--. -L x D4m1Con0wiCa4 j mum snucgygy, g N... Soc. Sci., Science Driver Training JOHN F. COMBS B.S., U. of A. Vocational Agriculture WILLIAM F. HENDRIX B.A., A.S.C., Tempe, 4 ' ww D .- at . "5 he 7-!""T"""' 12 IH! HHH! 1 . .qs 5 M P Social Science Science RICHARD MURRAY HAROLD TAYLOR B. A., Dartmouth, B. E., Whitewater S. T. C. 3 M. A. U. of A. M. S., U. of New Mexico English SAMUEL LOMAGLIO Woodshop B. S., N. Y. S. C., at RICHARD EVANS Buffalo B. S., A. S. C., Tempe Librarian FRANK A. SCHNEIDER B. A., Dubuque University B.S., U. of Minnesota Metal Shop ROBERT BENCEK B. S., A. S. C., Flagstaff M. A., A. S. C., Flagstaff 13 !', .51 ,, s ., 1. H cz 35. ., 1 5ow,,K f rf ll k if 7 X it ' K J , gg? ii .Pi CAFETERIA STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: BACK ROW: Dorothy Brooks, Leona Jensen, Mary Murray, Helen Rouggenbuck, Lela Van Zandt, Lola Massman, Clydia Knapp, Louise Markle, Mable Smith. FRONT ROW: Estelle Brooks, Sally Williams Edith Stillson, Betty Boyle, Naomi Gray, Dorothy Wilbur, Nora Col- well, Ellen Blevins. Jag' at MAINTENANCE STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Judd Hisse, John Ratajczak, Gabby Hayes, George An- derson, Ralph De Voor, Ralph Latham, T. O. Smith. BACK ROW: Rudy Haddela, Aloys Egge, Byron Bavor, Irwin Jensen, Harry Brooker, Jack Markle, Pop Young, Harold Young, Sam Sjoerdsrna. 1 4 ' STUDENT BODY OFFICERS us' RONNIE HITTENBERGER President Gm , GQ, N 'ii CAROLYN SHIRLEY ROSEBERRY PRINGLE Secretary Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL LARRY ROBERSON Vice -President .LEFT TO RIGHT: Glen Oldham, Junior Representative, Anita Hand, Sophomore Representative, Carolyn Roseberry, Secretary, Ronnie Hittenberger, President, Larry Roberson, Vice-President, Shirley Pringle, Treasurer, Conda Conley, Freshman Representative, Carl Foiles, Senior Representative. 15 q- ' LJ'- I5 x M' I 'f i I' . 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INTER - CLUB COUNCIL -eg L. to R. lst ROW- Conda Conley, Anita Hand, Carolyn Roseberry, Ronnie Hittenberger, Larry Roberson, Shirley Pringle, 'Glen Oldham, 2nd ROW: Elaine Hadley, Patty Whalen, Joyce Gideon, Princess Ruck, Sue Mc Coy, Lois Humphrey, Marjorie Ball. 3rd ROW: Frank Estes, Ray Hardy, Dave Cocklin, Charlie Stough. 4th ROW: John Hayden, Jonny Farrelly, Carl Foiles. 16 SENICR a. 'NU ai' Q: 5, Q' vf' 2 Q yxvbi I - 'R 9 I A if-Q .0- q"'1'glx:qIrf5?A .v:"f'.e"f.fi, - 5 f'1!:" f' -L-J-3, -" -.-I, Aff.: -' '.' - 533-'--3 'Yr li.. ,- .Sq-f f- -f'Z',.:6,Fii'.1ifi' Jvevr 'Q .tx . 02,3 . ff!-'fi K-.64-.-.'f' g3+16,,,f,!L 5.9,-SR, ,Q -,-. "4 o'b"'?f7'-f,,,? :gif . -.a'Lf'5? '-hi 47-I 5' lx'--H ' -are-'r ' is -,f ' -5" '-iss", ' ' f 1 - 'Kiwi Q r."- gf-'hf:h:1" . Q? ' 4 'V 3 4 Fx 1. ,!!' ,'1, K6 4 'K - 13- -2 ' 1 3-3 ' X E' 1? 9 Q . in 1 " - 9,5151 '. . ,7 -pk-if .kv-,ga fave,-. .4 - , L1 5- ,. - 4:-4? 0- i ,'..-9' it I- ., xslt.. , Q 6- , ., pf, 'U I. 5 . 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' 7' , ,,,. l,,,, del. i I 5. xx SEATED, Carol Oldham, secretary, STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Jack Markle, president, Patti Whalen, treasurer, Mark Latham, vice-president SENIOR OFFICERS Graduating with the largest class in Amphitheater history, the 1953 seniors recall four years of high school highlights. A swimming party which was held at the end of this group's first high School year surprised the timid yet eager freshman by being very successful. Entering the sophomore year with never-ending enthusiasm, the class held a movie to raise money for the Sophomore Hop. Patti Whalen and John Farrelly reigned over the "Moonlight and Roses" hop as Queen of Roses and the Man in the Moon. Annette Elbers and Jim DeCiancio held the leads in the junior play, The Case of the Sulky Girl." Barbara Hunter showed talent in the field of vocal music and Franklin Estes turned out to be the top salesman in the magazine drive held to raise money for the annual junior-senior prom. May 24 the hard- working juniors presented the "Moonmist" prom at the University of Arizona Student Union building. The class play began the senior year with Virginia Varney and Carl Foiles starring in a rousing comedy, "Cradle Troubadour." Senior Day at the uni- versity provided a full day of entertainment November 22. The annual Christmas party was a huge success as was the prom given in their honor by the jun- iors. Ditch day was a major event in the spring. This day will be long remembered. Honors assembly saw many of them awarded for their four years of hard work. And now, all the richer for these experiences, they set out on life's wind- ing road, confident of success. 19 Albert, Richard Entered 1. From acting he derives much pleasure, but horses are to Dick a treasure. Advisory Council 3, Junior Play 3, Masque and Sandal 3, Homeroom Officer 3, All School Play 4. Alegria, Lillian Don't know how she treats romance, but she really loves to dance, Vocal Music 2, 3, 4, Marching Squad 1,2,3,G.A.A. 1,Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Pantherettes 3, Pep Squad 2. A Allison Deloris Entered 1. Deloris really loves to sew, She's good in A Club, too, we know Vocal Music 2, 3,4, Senior Play 4, Marching Squad 1, 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,F.l-l,A. 2, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, A Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pantherettes 3,4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposium l,2,3, Arena, Anthony Entered from New York 1, Whenever he takes a spell, l-le'll argue with Colwell. Band 2, Photography Club 3, Baseball 2. Baas, Reid Entered from Salpointe 3. Though in Spanish, he didn't excell, as an all around guy, He's swell. Vocal Music 3, 4. FAX f. V. -X-.QL ,, . s ..,'.,:,.yv..'...,,,,to . V. ., ., . , N 4. ,,, ,,,,..,,,. , , . A5.,,,t .gg- ik s , .i -ggi... sr- i- ' . .si , . .f . - . WAX . . , jfgiiilz 0W,,,5,X . . -xvksij, ,. .3 wi . , , ,X ,. . A- '- "-is Q. . , vi. .. -,f ': H ' ' .A M. - . .11 1 guy, 5 ?. ,U 2 is 1 . ' K, . ,.,. ,y , x 1 X2 mm.- - 4 xi K1 A X - . . -s Elia ' X. Si s 3 H ' - 33" , , , Y , I ,' I-ai " ., , ., .3 'N 2 X5 H 'Qs QE fy 2 , s Z dl. Q iif 4- . X xx I , s K ' s. ' ' . : ff' -9-- Bachrnann, Fred Entered from Michigan 2, when talking of cars, 'tis Fred you Want, But as for studies, he's nonchalant. Batchellor, Donna Marie Entered 1. She's one of the quiet type, Never has complaintorgripe Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1. Beck, Janet Entered 1. A member of our G.A.A. Who knows the rules for anydplay. Ban 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4, Y-Teens 1. Bell, Elouise M. Entered 1. Editor of the Desert Gazette, For dependa- bility a sure fire bet. National Honor Society 3,4, Honor Guard 3, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Press Bureau 3,4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4, Cabinet 4, Desert Gazette 3,4, Editor 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, Cabinet mem- ber 3, Masque and Sandal 4, I-'ilabusters 4, Parliamen- tarian 4, Oratorical Con- test 3, 4, Second Place 3, Berridge, Marjorie Darlene Just naturally neat, ' and so very petite. Band 3,4, Marching Squad 2, I-'.l-LA. 3, G.A.A. 1,2,3, Girls' League 1.2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Photography Club 3,4, Pep Squad 2, Bir, Ann Entered from Sacred Heart 2. In the Senior Play, she grac- ed its scenes, She's a Cabinet member of our Y-Teens. Vocal Music 2, 3,4, Advisory Council 2, Senior Play 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, Convention delegate reporter, Vice- Pres. 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3.4, Y-Teens 2, Home- room officer 2, Pep Squad 2. Bishop, Dirnple Entered from West Virginia 3 This member of our G.A.A. seems happy but has little to say. G.A.A. 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Bobinski, Marlene Entered from Indiana 3. A Girls' League member at Amphi, But as for English, she gives a sigh. Vocal Music 2, 3,4, Senior Play 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Cabinetmem- ber 4. Bowen, James R. Entered 1. A Hi-Y member such as lim makes Amphi's future never dim. Senior Council 4, Kilowatt Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. l, 3, Pres. 2, Projectionist Club 1,2,3,4, Hi-Y 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Track 1, 4, Inter-Club Council 2, Homeroom Officer 1, 3,4, Pep Squad 2,Advisory Council 1. Bray, Mary Helen Entered from Roskruge 2. This Y-Teens cabinet of- ficer knows how to work without murmur. National Honor Society 1, G.A.A. 1.4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, Cabinet member 4. Bullington, Thomas Rc Entered 1.- Quiet, but has a musical hand, He spent four years in Amphi's band. Band 1,2,3, 4, Burnett, Gale Entered from Texas 4, An all around guy, this Gale Burnett belongs to Amphi's double quartet. Double Quartet 4, Vocal Music 1, 2, 3,4, Senior Play 4, F,F.A. 1, Filibusters 4, Butler, David Honor Society Treasurer, a good one too, that's for sure. Band 1,2, 3, Vocal Music 4, Advisory Council 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4, Honor Guard 3, Senior Play 4, Key Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4, All School Play 3,4, Boy's State Alternate 3, Home- room Officer 3, Hi-Y Rep, to Youth Govemment 4. Campas, George G., Entered 1. Short and quiet, no spunk does he lack, but never- theless, he runs for track. F.F.A. 2,3, Track 1, 3. Campbell, Charles Entered 1. He goes for sports and music too. His active life is sel- dom blue. Carter, Robert S. Entered from Texas 2. Happy and full of fun is he, Why he goes for chess, it is hard to see, Chess Club 1. Cleveland, Clifford Entered from Iowa 3. He likes to sing which isn't queer, A member of vocal music here. Vocal Music 4. Cocklin, David Leigh Entered 1. He's president of F,F,A. In sports, he sure knows how to play. F.F.A. 2,3,4, Pres. 4, Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Boys' State 3,Inter-Club Council 4, Homeroom Of- ficer 1, Pep Squad 2. Coffman, Bernita Entered 1. At bookkeeping, she sure is good, Her figures are easily understood. Girls' League 1,2, 3, 4. Cooper, Richard Entered from Iowa 4. New this year, is Richard Cooper, He has a smile that's really super. Football 2,3, Baseball 3, Wrestling 2, 3. Crane, Charles Entered 1. A football linebacker that's swell, He knows the game, and knows it well. Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief Projectionist 4, Let- termens' Club 4, Football 1, 4, grack 1,4, Team Manag- er . Crawford, Donna Entered from Yuma 3. She came from Yumaa year ago--This blond-haired, blue -eyed dynamo. - Vocal Music 1,2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Senior Play 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Curtis, Barbara Po rter Entered 1. Colorado is her home state, But her friends at Amphi think she's great, Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Davis, John S. Entered 1. He goes for chess, this blue- eyed blond, of acting, too, he seems quite fond. Vocal Music 3, 4, Senior Council 4, National Honor Society 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Hi-Y 4, Chess Club 1,2,3,4, All-School Play 3.4, Boys' sum 3, Homeroom Officer 4, Hi-Y Rep. to Youth and Govern- ment 4. DeCiancio, James V Entered from Pennsylvania 3. Plays, he likes, and acting too, And radio work he can do. Vocal Music 1,2,3,4, Sen- ior Council 4, Social Com- mittee 4, Advisory Council 4, Masque and Sandal2, 3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, All School Play 1, 2,3,4, Lead 4, Double Quar- tet 3, 4, Football 1,2, Basket- ball 1,2, Baseball l,2,3,4. Dishaw, Kernie Entered from' Tucson High School 3. This all-around guy that seldom fails is Advertising Manager for Panther Trails. Senior Play 45 Desert Ga- zette 45 Panther Trails 45 Advertising Manager 45 Football Manager 3g Boys' State 3. Dobias, Joe Entered 1. In F.F. A. at Arnphi l-ligh5 An interesting and happy guy. Band 1,2,3, 45 E. F.A. 1. 2,3, 45 Chairman of Leadership 35 Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 1. Donahu gh, ls ab el Entered 1. Poetry Editor for Panther Trails, The one that writes these Coupler tales. Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Panther Trails 4. Doty, John Entered 1. Secretary for F. F. A. For farming problems, he has a way. Social Committee 25 F.F.A. 2,3,4, Sec. 4. Durham, Shirley Entered 1. Likes to study to be smart5 Of Honor Society, she isa part. National Honor Society 3, 45 Honor Guard 35 Girls' League 1,2,3,4. .1 is eff' 'li Dyer, Joy Ann Entered from Tucson l-ligh School 4. As for sports, she liked to ski. She also goes for arch- ery. Mid-year graduate5 SklClub 2,3, Sec. 35 Archery Club 2, 3g Allied Youth 35 G.A.A. 35 Girls' League 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1. Earley, Jimmie Entered 1. Member of the Social Com- mittee, This cheerleader is carefree and witty. Vocal Music 1,35 Senior Play 45 Senior Council 45 Advisory Council 1, 35 Flag Twirler 35 Marching Squad lg Cheerleader 2,4, Head Cheer1eader5 'B' Squad 25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g A Club 3, 45 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Cabinet Officer 2, 45 Desert Gazette 45 Filabust- ers 45 Oratorical Contest4- Esininger, Harlean Entered 1. Vocal music she thinks is swel15 At dancing she's good--it's easy to tell. Vocal Music 1,2,3,45 senior Play 45 F.H.A. 4g G. A.A. l,2, 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4, Pep Squad 25 Double Quartet 4g Dance Symposimn 3. Elbers, Annette Y-Teens music chairman, is Annette5 An interesting person, this Pantherette. Vocal music 1,2,35 Sen- ior Council 4g Junior Play 3, lead5 Senior Play 45 Flag Twirler 3g Marching Squad 1,2,45 G.A.A. lg Desert Gazette 3g Y -Teens 2,3,4, cabinet officer 45 l-Iomeroom officer 45 Pan- therettes 3,45 Sec. -Treas. 45 Pep Squad 2, Eppinga, Anna Jane Entered 2. 'Tis office work she likes to do5 when working there, she isn't blue. Girls' League 2,3,4. Estes, Louis F. Entered 1. This orchestra president plays chess to get his opponent ina mess. Band 3: Orchestra 1,2.3.4. Vice-Pres.: Pres. 4: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y 4: Chess Club, Vice-Pres. 1. Sec. 'Treas. 2. Farley, Shirley Entered from I-layden.Ariz. 3. For giving speeches, she's a pearl: This Hayden. Arizona girl. Class Officer 1, Girls' League 1,2,3,4: Filabusters 4. Farrelly, John L. T. Entered 1. Sports Editor of the Desert Gazette: You sure can tell he's not all wet. Vocal Music 2, 3: Advisory Council 3: Junior Play 3: Press Bureau 4: Desert Ga- zette 3.4. Sports Editor 4: Panther Trails 4: Hi-Y 3.4: Pres. 4: Lettermens Club 3, 4: Football 2.3: Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Inter -Club Council 4: Horneroom Officer 3: Pep Squad 2. Fathera, Lowell Gene Entered 1. A member of Amphi's Pep Squad: He likes chess. too. which isn't odd. Chess Club 2: Pep Squad 2, Ficzeri, Albert S. In football he played half - back. And in chess he is no quack. Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y 3.4: Chess Club2, 3.4, Pres. 3: Lettermens Club 4: Football 4: Base- ball 4: Track 2: Inter -Club Council 3.4: Pep Squad 2. at-,X 'W' Q, 3950 5 V L g., gi, 1... : 4 if qlii- MiiS!21'j'- . ,.,' V H ' fi " . 1-' :.':': , s 'l'- - As ifzfwft-f. SSM i' :QW 1 'K Q J: 2 ,5 "I "- A. .rrp . .L tl c i.' 'Y .fix l "":1g.9L,:'j 'Q U f "X Atkv It qv - U V I Q f L' 2' w , Q s s . 5' -5 Q , 'Nazi' Q " ' Sk ' f 4 1... ,x, -tae, Hhs: was 2. fsmes- t Fioroni, Remo Entered 1. This tall drum major led our band with a skillful and talented hand. Band 1.2.3.4. Drum Ma- jor 4: Vocal Music 3.4: Basketball 2,3,4: Boys' State Alternate 3: Senior Play 4: Lettermens Club 3, 4: Swing Band 4. Fisher, Nancy Jo Entered 1. Among her interests project- ing ranks high but as for band, it hits the sky. Band 1.2.3. 4: Vocal Music 3: F.H.A. 2,3: Girls' League 1, 2.3.4: Y-Teens 2.3: Projec- tionlst Club 3.4. Foiles, Carl L. Entered 1. Senior Representative: Makes the jobs in office live. Student Council 4: .Senior Representative 4: Class Offi- cer 2: National Honor Society 3.4: Honor Guard 3: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Fili- busters 4: Parliamentarian 4: Key Club 2.3.4. President 4: Lettermens Club 2. 3.4: Ora- torical Contest 4: Baseball 2, 2.4: Boys' State 3, Pep Squad Freeland, Robert E. Entered 1. A Key Club member at our school: And he likes studies as a rule. Projectionlst Club 2, 3. 4: Key Club 2. 3.4: Horneroom Officer 1. Fries, Mary Marie Entered 1. Honor Society Vice-President: Smart. industrious, and col- lege bent. Vocal Music 1: National Hon- or Society 3.4: Vice-Pres. 4: Honor Guard 3: Senior Play Ticket Charlman 4: Press Bu- reau 4: Girls' League 1.2.3,4: Speech Forum 3: Oratorlcal Contest 2.3.4: Girls' State 3: D.A.R. Pilgrim Award. Frye, Fred Entered from Arkansas 4. Reporter for F.F.A. He goes for tips ln a big way. F.'F.A. 1. 2.3. Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, Gage, Barbara J . Entered 1. A valuable member of F. H.A. But she never has much to say. I-'.H.A. 1.2.3,4. Pres. 2.3, Parliarnentarian 4, Girls' League 1.2.3,4, Homeroom Officer 3. Gastelum, Mary Alice Entered 1. A leader in our marching squad, Her interests in A Club are broad. Vocal Music 1,3,4, March- ing Squad 1,2,3,4, Leader 4, G.A.A. 1,2.3,4. Sec. - Treas. 3.4, Girls' League 1, 2.3.4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, ' Cabinet officer 3, Panther- ettes 3.4, Dance Symposium 1.2.3. Geleta, Marge Entered 3. Doesn't care for studies much. But she sure likes fun and such. Girls' League 3, 4. Geriiec, Paul Entered 1. He drives a nice big black dodge. And can usually be seen with Don I-lodge. Advisory Council 1, Home- room Officer 1. Projection- lst Club 2.3.4, Key Club 2, 3.4, Photography Club 2, Baseball 1.2, Basketball 1. 2, 3.4. s f . Geniec, Wally Entered 1. Key Club, he thinksis great, But as for girls--they have to wait. Advisory Council 2, Projec- tlonlst Club 2.3.4, Fllabust- ers 4, Key Club 2. 3.4, Pho- tography Club 2.3, Home- room Officer 2, Gideon, J oyc e Entered from Coolidge 2. Panther Trails Art Editor, She also draws for our paper. Senior Council 4, National Honor Society 3.4, Pres. 4, Honor Guard 3, Press Bureau 3, Desert Gazette 4, Panther Trails 4. Art editor 4. Busi- ness Manager 4, Inter -Club Council 4, Homeroom Offi- cer 4, Glasscock, Don Entered from Elfrlda 3, Speech Forum is down his line, And F.F.A. sulrshim just fine. F. F.A. 3.4, KilowattC1ub 3, Fllibusters 4. Glover, Russell L. Entered 1. An interesting, though quiet boy, 'tis Russell's art we all enjoy. F.F.A. 3.4, Masque and Sandal 4, Lettermens C1ub3 4, Football 2, 3.4. Goetz, Edward Charles Entered 1. Homeroom president 'tis said, And as for grades, he gets a - head. Senior Council 4, National Honor Society 3.4, Honor Guard 3, Junior Play 3, Homeroom Officer 4, Advi- sory Council 4. "THE OPEN ROAD" "Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose. Henceforth I ask not good-fortune, I myself am good-fortuneg Henceforth I whimper no more, postpone no more, need nothing Done with indoor complaints, libraries, querulous criticisms, Strong and content I travel the open road." Walt Whit man Graham, DeWayne V. Entered 1. Quiet, contented. his tem- per he'll keep,But then, lt ls said. 'Still water runs deep. " Gyori, John Entered from Canada 4. From the cold north woods to the land of the sun comes Johnny Gyori. who likes to run. Student Council 3, Fresh- man Play 1, F. F.A. 4, Basketball 3, Track 1.4. Hadley, Patsy Elaine Entered 1. She says exactly what she means, She's President of our Y-Teens. Vocal Music 1.2.4, Senior Cormcil 4, F. I-LA. 4, G,A. A. 1.2, Y-Teens 1,2.3,4, Cabinet officer 2. 3. Pres. 4, Homeroom officer 2.4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposium 2.3, Girls' League 1,2.3.4, Inter-Club Council 4, Sen- ior Play 4. Hardy, William Raymond Entered 1. Orchestra president is he, And Hi-Y elected blrn sec- retary. Band 1, Orchestra 2, 3. 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3.4, Sec. 3, 4, 'l'rack 3.4, Team Manag- er 3, Inter-Club Council 4, Pep Squad 2. Harris, J. Calvin Entered Roskruge 2. In Kilowatt club hlsinterest was high, An interesting. though quiet guy. Kilowatt Club 4. S. fx Haydon, John Entered 1. Panther Trails Photographer, His pictures are never a blur. Desert Gazette 3, 4, Panther Trails 3.4. Photographer 3. 4, Photography Club 1.2.3. 4.11-lres. 4, Inter-Club Coun- ci . Hayes, Ronald Entered 4, A member of our band, we know, And he made orches- tra music glow. gand 1. 2. 3.4, Orchestra 1, . 3. Hischke, Irving H. Entered from Michigan 4. Vice-President of F. F. A. Props Manager in the I u- nior Play. F.F.A. 1.2.3, Basketball 1.2.3, F.F.A. Vice-Pres. 1.2, 3. Hittenberger,Ronald Entered 1. A well-liked president this year, For problems tough, l lhe had no fear. Double Quartet 3.4, Pep Squad 2, Vocal Music 2. 3. 4, Student Council 4, Pres. 4, Advisory Councll1.2. 3, 4, Class Pres. 1, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice -Pres. 3, Nation- al Honor Society 3.4, Honor Guard 3, Press Bureau 3.4, Desert Gazette 4, Panther Trails 4. Sports Editor 4, Hodge, Donald Entered 1. In Senior Council he did well, In Lettermen's Club he rang the bell. Masque and Sandal 4, Let- termen's Club 2. 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Football 1.2.3, Basketball 1.2, Track 3, Homeroom Officer 4, Senior Council 4. Hoidas, William Entered from Illinois 2. He ran for track in sports last spring, In Vocal Music he sure can sing. Vocal Music 3, Kilowatt Clul' 43 '1'I3Ck 3, Horner, John Entered 1. This strong and mighty A Day king Made football news at Amphl ring. Vocal Mtmic 4, Senior Council 4, Filabusters 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Track 4, Soph. Hop king runner-up 2, "A" Day King 4, l-lomeroom Of- ficer 4, Hi-Y 4. Huebner, Margaret Entered 1. Happy-go lucky and care- free ls she, The orchestra made her their secretary. 3 year Graduate, F. l-LA. 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 3,4, Secretary 4, Senior Play 4, G.A.A. 1,2, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, Masque and Sandal 4, Pep Squad 2. Humphrey, Lois Entered 1. President of G.A.A. Alert and active, smart and gay. State Badminton Tourn. 3, Vocal Music 1, Student Council 3, Ir. Repr.,Sen- lor Council 4, Social Com- mittee 2, Advisory Council 3,4, Class Rep. 1, Class Sec. 1: G.A.Aa 1.2. 3,4, sec: - Treas. 2, Pres. 3,4, AC1ub 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Hunter, Barbara Entered 1. A voice that's soprano- obliggato true, She's full of life and seldom blue. Vocal Music 1,2,3, 4, Senior Play 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Desert Gazette 3, Y-Teens 1,2, Cabinet Officer 1, Masque and Sandal Club 4, Pep Squad 2. Iatarola, Joe Entered from Illinois 2. For passing in a football game, That's where Ioe has won his fame. Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3,4, Lettermen'sClub 3,4, Basketball 2, Second string all state football 4. Inman, Mac Entered 1. Away from Texas he did roam We hope he makes Tucson his home. Irvin, Philip Entered from California 3. In basketball, he knows the tricks, In football, too, he really clicks. Latin Club 2, Boys' Court 2, 3, Upper Class Iurrior 3, Vice Pres. S. B. National Honor Society, Key Club 3, Letter- men's Club 2,3,4, Football 2,3, 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 3, Horneroom Offi- cer 2. Jens en, Evelyn Entered 1. ln all State Orchestra she played, And in the band, four years she stayed. Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 1, 2,3,4, All State Orches- tra 3,4, Vice-Pres. 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Librarian 3, Student Coun- ci12, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, Girls' League 1, 2, 3,4, Homeroorn Officer 2. Johnson, Jackie Entered from New Jersey 4. A cheerleader she used to be, And she likes sports, 'tis plain to see. Vocal Music 1, 2, 3,4, Twirl- ing Squad 1, Cheerleader 2, 3 Girls' League 3,4, Projection- lst Club 2, 3, I-Iorneroorn Offi- cer 1,2,3, G.A.A. 1,2,3. Johnston, Jo Ann Entered 1. In G.A.A. they say that she was active and always busy. G.A.A, 1,2,3,45 A club 45 Girls' League 1, 2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Homeroom Of- ficer 15 Pantherettes 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Marching Squad 4. Jordon, James Entered from Missouri 3. He goes for sports, or so they say5 He carne from up Missouri way. Football 1, 2,35 Basketball lg Track 1. Judy, Bill Entered from Illinois 2. From Illinois, he went away5 He works at Consumers, or so they say. J uene, Marilyn Entered 1. In Y-Teens, her talents she did bestow5 A cheerful girl with eyes that glow. Vocal Music 15 Senior Play 45 Marching Squad 15G. A. A. 1,25 Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 35 Pep Squad 2. Juhnke, Robert L. Entered from South Dakota 4. In vocal music he sang his best, In the junior play he added zest. Vocal Music 1, 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Filabusters 4. .at .vs X 1 5 is in 5'-S 5 , .Lf ' QS ',?gf'ff- fra 21.25. f I i 'z F1 sfzw ' -.f .55 f' . -' -- xt. unfair fx , Ni "C'..,-w-' S X X x Kerber, Emojean Entered 1. Stagehand and ticker seller for our Itmior Play5 A happy girl with many things to fill her day National Honor Society 3, 45 Honor Guard 35 Itmior Play 35 Girls' League 1, 2.3.45 Y- Teens 25 Filabusters 45 Oratori- cal Contest 4. Kerber, Shirley Entered 1. In the Junior Play she did her part5 And played it well right from the start. Vocal Music 45 Junior Play 35 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 2. Ketchem, Frank Entered 1. In photography he showed his skill5 A quiet guy, but he worked with a will, Photography Club 4. Kirkpat rick, Jerome Kennedy Entered 3. In the Senior Play he acted well5 He came only last year, but he's swell. Senior Play 4. Klein, Ronnie Entered from Ohio 3. She doesn't care for Keats or Poe, But she sure can Cook and sew. Cheerleader 15 G.A.A. 1.2: Y-Teens 25 Girls' League 3,45 Desert Gazette 45 Pep Squad 2. Kobida, Judy Entered from Sacred Heart 3. A well-liked girl with a smile that's bright, In vocal music she did all right. Vocal Music 1, 2, Girls' League 3, 4. Kohler, Donald D. Entered 1. l-le's full of life and lots of fun, Activities keep him on the nm. Key Club 1, 2, 3,4, Letter- men's Club 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad 2. Lanners, Gerald Entered from Wisconsin 4. In Student Council up Wisconsin way, But sports to him makes a happy day, F. F. A. 2, FO0Ib3-11 35 Baseball 3, Basketball 3, Track 2. Latham, Mark Entered 1. For future success we know he'l1 pass, He's Vice-Pres. of the Senior Class. Senior Council 4, Class Vice -Pres. 4, Filabusters 4, Pres. 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Football 1, 2,3,4, Inter-Club Council 4, Homeroom Officer 4. Leikem, Jeanette Entered 1. This member of our G. A. A. was an usher for the Senior . Play. 3 year Graduate, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Marching Squad 3,4, G.A.A. 4g Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Pantherettes 3, 4, Linderstrom, Nancy Anne Entered 1. A busy life does Nancy lead, And a useful, happy one in- deed, Vocal Music 1,2,3,4, Ad- visory Council 2, G,A,A, 1, 2,4, Girls' League l,2,3,4, Cabinet Officer 4, Desert Gazette 3,4, Panther Trails 4, Ludwig, Paul E. Entered 1. Vocal Music charmed his heart, But projecting, too, has claimed a part. Vocal Music 3,4, Projec- tionist Club 3, 4. Lynn, Sylvia Entered from Calif. 1. Homeroom secretary, she used to be, A three year graduate is she, 3 year Graduate, Vocal Music 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Officer 4, Y-Teens 4, Senior Play 4, Filabusters 4, Homeroom Officer 2, OratoricalCon- test 4. Lyons, Shirley Entered from West Virginia 4. From West Virginia, she stray ed away, But in vocal music she had to stay. Vocal Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 1, 2, 3,4, Junior Play 3. Macholtz, Marlene Entered l. Full of life, jokes, and fun, Y-Teens has her interest won. Vocal Music 1, Girls'League lr 20 31 41 Y'Teen5 lu 2: 3: Filabusters 4, Pep Squad 2. Madden, Catherine Entered from Tucson High School 4. She chose to be a nurse's aid, To Amphi, we are glad she strayed. F.H.A. 1.2. Majesky, Barbara Entered l. InG.A.A. she spent four years, But its's in band her fame appears. Band 1,2,3, 4, SCC. 43 Ll' brarian 2, 3, All-State Band 2, Junior Play 3, Girls' League 1, 2,3,4, Y-Teens 1, G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4g Pep Squad 2, D3l'1Ce Symposium 1. Markle, Jack Entered 1. Halfback on the football team, You can tell, he's on the beam. Social Comm. 3, Class Pres, 2, 3,4, Class Vice -Pres. 1, National Honor Society 3,4, Honor Guard 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3,4, Lettermens Club 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Boys' State 3, Soph. Hop King runner-up 2, Pep Squad 2, Honorary Football Captain 4, Second String All- State 'football 4, Gen. Chair, Metz, Dean Entered 1. A stellar guard on the basket- ball team, in baseball, too, he's on the beam. Lettermens Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,3,4, Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Hi-Y 4. Myers, Gale Lynn Entered l. Track Manager last year, he was, And in Men's Chorus, so well he does. Vocal Music 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Key Club 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3,4, Football 2, Team Manager 3. , . ., .. , F..--,r S3 ,ff-,L J' Y 'T' 73 ' ' 1, 52123 .ITSEQ 5 . ai- -. lg ' N 'Y ls X X lk 1 Q. 31 as , C3313 sl . .5 2 YZ RN 5 XX 3 2 A W HX .ZX M . Q' Xx X X. 'sf S 5 we X I . 5 rx Q X r at ,- V V i N Ks mx-X2 X 6 B fi s Q 3,5 YL . ig y , 3 352:21 -1 f .is-11,2 tw ' 'Y A as ' i! ni 'X McCoy, Richard Entered from California 4. Business Administration is his fate, Girls think he's an ideal date. McCoy, Thelma Entered 1. Vice-President of G.A.A. Knows when, and how, and what to say. Band 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, A-Club3, 4, Sec. Treas. 4, Girls' Lea- gue 1, 2, 3,4, DesertGazette 4, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Inter-Club Council 4, Dance Symposium 1, 2, 3. McDaniel, Mavanell Assistant editor of Panther Trails, A twirling leader that never fails, Vocal Music 1, 2,3,4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Twirl- ing Squad 2, 3, 4, Head Major- ette 3,4, G.A.A. 1,2, Girls' League 1,2, 3,4, CabinetOf- ficer 4, Desert Gazette 3,4, Panther Trails 4, Asst. Editor 4, Y-Teens 3,4, CabinetOf- ficer 4, Homeroom Officer 1, Advisory Council 1, Pep Squad 2, Pantherettes 3,4, Marching Squad 1, McGuire, Melvin Entered from Tucson High School 3. He came to Tucson from Conneaut Lake, Basketball and baseball, his interests take. Baseball 1, Basketball 1. Q McPhee, Sheila Entered from Minnesota 4. A Minnesota senior girl, Her life is in a constant whirl. Vocal Music 2, Student Coun- cil Pres. 1, F.I-LA. 4, Girls' League 4. Nelson, Jeanette Entered 1. Filabusters secretary. Jeanette is busy but always merry. Marching Squad 1, 2, 3,4, Senior Play 4, G.A.A. 1: Filabusters 4, Sec. 4, Pep Squad 2, Pantherettes 3,4, Oratorical Contest 4, Hon- or Society 4. Niehaus, Nancy Entered 1. In vocal music, she spent one year, For travelling around, she has no fear. Vocal Music 1, F. H.A. 1,2, Girls' League 1,2,4. O'Donald, William A. Entered 1. Basketball holds his greatest skill, Tall and interesting, is Bill. Projectionist Club 3,4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettennens Club 2,a,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Homeroom officer 4, Senior Council 4. Oldham, Carol Lee Entered 1. Secretary of the Senior Class, Manages things, this winning lass. Senior Council 4, Sec. 4, Class Officer 4, National Hon- or Society 3,4, Honor Guard 3, Junior Play 3, Press Bureau 3, 4, F.l-l.A. 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Girls' League l,2,3,4, Cabinet Officer 1,4, Desert Ga- zette 3,4, Panther Trails 4, Picture Editor 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Tres. Oliver, Arlene Entered 1. A member of Glee Club's Quartet, This fact, Amphi shall never forget. Vocal Music 1,2,3,4, Sen- ior Council 4, Senior Play 4, Advisory Cotmcil 4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1, 2,3, Homeroom Officer 3,4, Double Mixed Quartet 3, 4. ci' fs- 4 423 w is 6. l . ix M' 3' . 3 b'x 'QTY O'Neal Maureen Entered 1. A beautiful taste for clothes, she's got, She likes to dance and sing a lot. Vocal Music 1,2,3,4,G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Girls' League 1,2,3, 4, Dance Symposium 3,4, Y-Teens 4. Overstreet, Bill Entered 1. ln F. F.A. he spends his time, He works with dirt, chemicals and lime. F. F.A. 2, 3, 4. Pollock, Jerry Entered l. In football Jerry played an end The purpose, Amphi to defend. F.F.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4,Fili- busters 4, Lettermens' Club 4, Football 2, 3,4, Basketball 2. Powell, Harriet Entered 4, Her school paper at home was the "Tatler" Of it, we find, she was editor. Missouri l,2, 3, Vocal Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Junior Play 3, Girls' League 4, Library Club 3, Tatler Editor 3. Price, Helen She belongs to our Honor So- ciety, In Kilowatt Club she was secretary. Vocal Music 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Honor Guard 3, F.H.A. 3, G.A.A. 1, Girls' League 1,2,3,4,Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Of- ficer 2, Kilowatt Club 4, Secretary 4, Pep Squad 2. Pringle, Shirley Ann Entered 1. Student Body Treasurer5 Efficient and alert, that's her. Vocal Music 2,45 Student Council 45 Treasurer 45 Senior Council 45 Advisory Council 45 Marching Squad 1,25 Pep Squad 25 Cheer- leader 3,4, "A" Squad 4, Head-cheerleader 4g Girls' League 1, 2, 3,4- Rasmussen, William Entered 1. A speaker, Bill aspires to be, A good speech fortun mem- ber was he. Filibusters 4, Roberson, Larry Enter 1. Vice-President of Amphi High, We all think he's a wonderful guy. Student Council 45 Vice- Pres. 45 Social Committee 4g Advisory Council 2, 45 F.F.A. 2, 3,-45 Reporter 4, Sec. 2g Speech Forum 3, Pres. 35 Key Club 2, 3,45 Treas. 35 Oratorica1Con- test 35 Boys' State 35lnter- Club Council 35 Home- room Officer 1,2. Roseberry, Carolyn Entered 1. Editor of the Panther Trails, A winning way that never fails. Student Council 2, 35 Sec. 45 Advisory Council 1,2,3, 45 Class Treas. lg Class Sec. 35 Marching Squad 1, 2, 3,45 Leader 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Soph Hop Attendant 25 Pan- therettes 3, 4, Pres. 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 3,45 Y- Teens 2, 3, Cabinet Officer 2,35 Panther Trails 4, Edi- tor 45 Girls' League 1,2, 3, 45 Rowley, Thelma Joy Entered 1. In G.A.A. and Pep Squad too, She makes our grey skies turn to blue. G.A.A. 1, 2,35 Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 Pep Squad 2. '5-g Ruck, Princess Entered 1. As a Chess Club member, she knows the game, She makes common checkers seern very tame. Senior Council 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Honor Guard 35 Junior Play 35 Girls' 1-Deaglle 1. 2, 3,4, Cabinet Of- ficer 4g Desert Gazette 45 Y- Teens 3, Cabinet Officer 3, Chess Club 2, 3,4, Vice-Pres, 3.4. Pres. 45Gil'1S' stare 3, Sallaway, Charles Entered 1. A football center, that was Chuck5 When he played, we had more than luck. Fillbusters 45 Vice-Pres, 45 Pres. 45 Lettermens Club 3, 45 Football 3,45 Track 3,4. Sawyer, Mary Entered 1. In Pep Squad, and in F. H. A, She gave her talents freely, they say, F. H.A. 2, 35 Girls' League ll 29 3942 Pep 2, Schlesinger, Irv Entered from Penn. 2, Pennsylvania he left behind, Fame in baseball at Amphi to find. Lettermens Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45' Homeroom Officer 2, All-School Play 4. 5. Schindler, Sandra Kay Entered from Mo., Phx, 'l'HS 1, 2, 3, Sports with her has madea hit, Though she seems to travel quite a bit. Vocal Music 15 Marching Squad 25 G.A.A. 15 Girls' League 3,45 Y-Teens lg Speech Forum lg Pep Squad 1,25 Latin Club 2. Schmitz , Walter Roberto Entered 1. In Orchestra, eight years in all, He had more fame, though, in football. Band 3,4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4, Junior Play 3, Chess Club 1, Lettermens Club 4, Football 3,4, Pep Squad 2. Seibold, Elenor Entered 1. An active life is seldom blue, It made her personality spar- kle too. Vocal Music 3,4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, A-Club 3,4, Girls' Lea- gue 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Sym- posium 2,3, Pantherettes 3,4, Marching Squad 1,2,3,4. Simonson, Mary Entered from Minnesota 4, A brand new senior from the east, A friendly girl, to say the least. Vocal Music 3, 4, Junior Play 3, F.H.A. 1.2,3,4, Parlia- mentarian, Rec. Dic, Girls' League 4, Spanish Club 31 Small, Janice Entered 1. A member of A-Club, they say, She really knows the rules for play. G.A.A. l,2, 3,4, A-Club 4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Pan- ther Trails 4, Head Typist 4, Dance Sympositmi 4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Pep Squad 2. Honor Society 4. Smith, Elizabeth Entered 1. She likes the feel of a speakers stand, And an audience before her convincing hand. Gir1s'League 1, 2, 3, 4, Filabust- ers 4, Sec. 4, Horneroom Of- ficer 2. .f' I is 1 U E fl' Smith, Fae Entered 1. She did a good job in the All- State Band, In badminton, too, she has a skillful hand. All-State Band 1, Band 1,2,3, 4, State Badminton Tourn. 3, G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Girls' Lea- gue 1, 2, 3, 4, Smith, Katherine Entered 1. In A-Club and in G.A.A. A faithful, helpful mem- ber, was Kay. Orchestra 1,2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y'T6el15 3, 4, A' Club 4, Girls' League 1,2, 3,4, Y-Teen Chairman 4, Chess Club 1, Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposium 4. Smith, Lowell Entered 1. ln football he played quarter- back, And for that job, he had the knack. Hi-Y 3, Lettermens Club 1,2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1,2,3,4, Basketball l,2, 3, Soph. Hop King Runner-Up 2, l-lomeroom Officer l, Most Valuable Football Player 4, Honorable Mention All-State Football 4. Soper, Don Entered from Oregon 3. He came from Albany, Oregon A happy, well-liked guy, is Don Stead, Joy Entered 1. A good cheerleader, that was Joy, In acting, too, she isn't coy. Senior Play 4, Cheerleader 3, G.A.A. 1,2, Girls' League 1, 2,3,4, Masque and Sandal 4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposi- um 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2. Steinebach William A- Entered 1. He goes for music, sports, and plays,' Broad interests give him winning ways. Band 1,3,4, Vocal Music 1,2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Track 2, Team Manager 1, 2,3, Pep Squad 2, Double Quartet 4, All School Play 4. Stewart, James Entered 1. A sentinel for F. F. A. Born in Tucson one happy day. F.F.A, 2,3, 4, Sentinel 4, Speech Forum 3. Stough, Charlie Entered 1. President of Amphi's band, He makes our music sound so grand. Band 1,2,3, 4, Pres. 4, Vice- Pres. 3, F.F.A. 2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 4, Reporter 3, Sentenial 2, Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 2, Senior Council 4. Sullivan, Gloria Alice Entered 1. Neat, petite, and very gay, A member of our G.A.A. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, A-Club3, 4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposi- um 3,4. Sullivan, Donald E . Entered 3. They say he came from Ohio, His dark eyes sparkle, this we know. ':..'3" i"?v .fi- Syvers rud, Harvey K. Entered 1, Vice-President of our Hi -Y, An intelligent sports -minded BUY- Vocal Music 3, Senior Coun- cil 4, Advisory Council 4, Hi- Y 3,4. Vice-Pres. 4, Letter- mens Club 3.4, Baseball 1.2, 3,4, Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Team Manager 4, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. Taylor, Janet Carolyn Entered 1. In Amphi's band four years she stayed, Her instrument she skillfully played. Band 1,2,3,4, Girls'League 1, 2, 3, 4, Thornhill, Faye Entered 1. A happy girl, without a doubt, The type it's hard to do without. Girls' League 2,3, 4. Thurston, Joyce Entered 1. Honor Society secretary she was, Good in everything she does. National Honor Society 3,4, Honor Guard 3, Sec, Home- room Officer 3. 4. Tilghman, Nancy Ann Entered 1. As an all-around girl, She sure is a pearl. Vocal Music 2, 3,4, Senior Play 4, Girls' Lea- gue 1, 2, 3,4, Double Quar- tet 4, Homeroom Officer 3. Townsdin, Betty Entered from Prescott High, 3. From Prescott, she has slipped away, We hope from Tucson she won't stray, Camera Club 1, Orchestra 1, 2, Vocal Music, l,2,3,Girls' League 3,4, Varney, Virginia Mae Entered from Tucson High 3, In Senior Play she had the lead, And she was a very good actress indeed. Vocal Music 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 4, National Honor Society 4, G.A.A. 1, Girls' League 3,4, Lisbon 1, Masque and Sandal4, Oratorical Contest 4, National Honor Society 4. Vasques, Olivia Entered 1. She goes for sports and home- making, Her soft voice has a happy ring. F, H.A, 1, G.A.A. 2, Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Waite, Joyce Entered 1. Vocal Music 1, G.A.A. 1: Girls' League l,2,3,4, Y- Teens 1,2, Filibusters 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Sen- ior Council 4. Warren, Glenda Entered from Texas 2. With activities her life is filled, Homeroom secretary is what fate willed. Vocal Music 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Social Commit- tee 4, Senior Play 4, Twirl- ing Squad 3, Marching Squad 4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Y- Teens 2, F.H.A. 2, Filibust- ers 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Pantherettes 3, 4, Xxx. , 5 fi is 'bn E Whalen, Patty Entered 1, Treasurer of the Senior Class, Popular, Pretty and smart, this lass. Vocal Music 3,4, Student Council 1, Senior Council 4, Class Officer 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Flag Twirl- er 3, Marching Squad 1,2,4, G,A,A, 1, Girls' League l,2, 3,4, Cabinet Officer 4, Y- Teens 1,2,3, Secretary 3, Pep Squad 2, Pantherettes 3, Wilcox, Nancy Carroll Entered 1. Music of many kinds, she likes, Girls' League, too, her fancy strikes. Band 1,2, 3,4, Vocal Music 3, 4, Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 2. Wilson, Laurel Ann Entered from Eloy, Arizona 3, In Eloy she took homemaking, In music she likes to play and sing, Band 1,2, Vocal Music 1,2, F.l-LA, 1, Girls' League 3,4, Wishow, Dale Entered 1. To Amphi he came from wisconsin, We like his happy carefree grin. Young, Pat Entered from Benson, Ariz. 3. She came from Benson last year, they say, Her step is quick, for her heart is gay, Girls' League 3,4, Zeestraten. Pat Entered 1, At the end of the alphabet is Patty Z, Plenty of talent, is plain to see. Senior Play 4, Press Bureau 4, G.A.A, lg Gir1's League 1,2, 3,45 Pep Squad 2, Dance Symposium 1,2,3,4. SENIOR COUNCIL ,. - Q-s ,.-:gt stir 111, 1, Nr: 1-'vsgwxf - Q-ws.-1 f , M H A . - ,- ,- S .,.. w......,...s ,ss 3,3 A6 ROW 1: Princess Ruckg ROW 2: Jack Markle, Carol Oldham, Patti Whalen, Glenda Warren, Lois Humphrey, ROW 3: John Davis, Elaine Hadley, Joyce Gideon, Joyce Waite, Arlene Oliver, Jimmie Earleyg ROW 4: Don Hodge, Bill O'Dona1d, John Homer, Jim Bowen, Harvey Syversurd, ROW 5: Edward Goetz, and Charlie Stough 36 ...-.- S . lb I .., . '1 'ii -an N? 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' 1 " " ' ' ,, 1 ,:f."-3. an -h'.JA1:1' 'ff-'Q . "- ,A,' , D ' A ' "1 . I ' ' U ' . U I x -- ' .,- . f- , . . - . 1 , ' . ' pk' Q, '.f. .Q 'aiazgyq .. 'Q '51 ' 55'-' '.' ' . -X ,. -. 'N z- 9 . gg-- , ., , Q, .1 . -. , , . .5 ' .Y J - . V . ,og I, -. ?',Qf' fha -9. vr ' , Q' J . .Q - - R 1 . ',.-JPN. 1 i . 5 . , 4- .-,f-at - I' . , . I 'Q 1 I . A' . , ., Q 'N .M 5 A . D . , .-..,, . I " -'H--'. -c . -+ - v , , . . , -H b .. ' ' ,I - '.' , . 1.-.1,.-,.'FN, , WIP' .fun 5 - s' I ' ny- 'Al ','-5. 9 'f"".'- ' ' -'xrf . . JUNIOR QFFICERS Pauline Fredericks, secretaryg Stan Rose, presidentg Gay Logan, treasurerg James Quen, vice-president One of the first projects in their first year as upperclassmen was the junior class's highly successful magazine drive. About S700 was earned for the class treasury to aid in producing a memorable prom in the spring. ,Q Later in the year the junior play "Beauty and the Beast" was presented under the direction of Mr. LeRoy Hall. Class sponsors were Mr. Colwell, Miss Chilikas, Mrs. Detor, Mr. Genung, Mr. Hall, Miss Hipple, Mr. McCain, Mr. Sterrett, and Mr. Wilson. 38 I , JV -r. .-.. iff gi I Ai . 1 . z 7' . .. ' N .. 8 fo Q- Ai 4' c: r fish K'Q X 4' ' Q 4 1. . ' ' . . . -- A ,, ' .Ll Q -ff' 44 4, ay' ' . 2 ,- , I' - - ' 'C I ' ' I I X Nix- 1' F A . - Dale Shirley Ruth ROY 4 Ed!-if l June Howard Jerry Adams Adams Agnew Amelmg Aughn Archibald Am Baker .h H5575 . . tzfaaq . - .vm ' V w 'f ff?-Y ' 1 +1 f ' jul' ' li: if -. Q ' " W . 1 x . f- -L . 'ff ' 63 ' V4 1. ' " 'ri Q I A A v . Y f ' , ' ' I . H- . y, , . ., j , , W , ' .. 5: , - . N ' rl , 7 x af , ' X I 4-1 ' J ' Bob i lim Clyde Floyd Arthur Benha Edward Rina Baldridge Barber Bamen Barnet! Barney Barry Beaupre Beck ' Ja" : ' w ' ' if ' K. . ' ' - " 'N r-A. . . Q 4' 1 50 . ov. f L 4 rv- 1 ,,. 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L, A' I f .,,-4,5 ' Gene Dave He,-ben Kathryn Richard N-Oberi JACK Roben Glab Goebel Goodman Goullabian Gray Green Hale g Hamilton A' 13535 V, X.-,fix V , Q F 'ii Yi ' V Q' , ii - v P I ---f .' - . 1 W fi, If -tl wer IOBU J0hn Rose' Sharm? Sarah Melvin Connie Marie Hanmer Hansen Hanson Hardlfl Han-15 Hayes Henzog Hicks 1f2ii'..:.'3' F ' Yr MSM W Yr X se. Q, , - , N 4. ,pa , Q ff ' , 'D , H Q x . - .li 3 ,zy .gg K J K V '.- Max Mary Judy Kennetn Virginia Paul D k ud Y High H01-1W3Y Holmes Huber Huber Hughes 1:11215 Hyder X 'e Q5 5 ' 1 .J J N X 4 Vw 3 George Barbara Kay Marilyn I Velma Barbara James Margate! Jameson anney Johnsen Johnson Johnson Jones Jones jones 'Q' F 'mix -' - .,,Q.,. ' 7531- xy - no 3 . 4 Q V r , C? I 9 1 Caroline Keene Barbara Shirley Barbara I Dennir Sm-,dn Loi, Ba b h r ara Kenney Kerc em Kilpamck King King Koeppungu Konczal ea I"b l an - Y , I Roberta Naomi Donald KIIIBBCI' Kruse Lanners A -5 . If: 1- U fa fu . 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W ' , V I .ff V 1 ., - b- ,Q Gene prank Evah Westmorland Westmorland WIISOI1 STUDENTS NOT Stanley Aley Elaine Boettcher Thomas Brown Alex Cecil Bill Cox Joanne Ditto Buddy Merrick PICTURED: Arlene Nelson Roseanne Parker Paul Shovestull Don Simmons Wanda Smith James Unruh Paul Zeller JUNIOR AUTOGRAPHS MILESTONE PASSED IN MIDYEAR One of the biggest surprises of the year was an assembly January 8 commemorating the enrollment of the l00Oth student at Amphitheater high school. The occasion was marked by speeches given by former and present board members, teachers, and administrators. The entire proceedings were recorded to be preserved as part of the perma- nent archives of the school. 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Prince Road, Tucson, Arizona CAROLYN ROSEBERRY, EDITOR End sheet by John Haydon 1 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS John Ballard, vice-presidentg Karen Malone, secretaryg Tom Rose, president: Peggy Maynard, treasurer. This year's Sophomore class was a hard working one. During the winter they sponsored a successful movie, "Baron of Arizona", to raise funds for their annual Sophomore Hop which was held in the spring. A king and queen were selected by the class to reign over this galavaffair. 46 . A 6 6- Q 53 A. fb ,SQ ' ff J .- 41 - M1231 Q '-ff. " X Ns, 'b f , t, Jim Geniec Lynn Jim Edith Joarf Adams A531115 Andrews Armsuong Ashe B-111211 - V my ,i , 4 ., .513 , L . 5, ei-it ,I . fzgyriqt: V if' - rr , I r M - . ex 6 x w 1 ' ' -"" , ff' .6 , X H ,, 1 . 5 , of I P bi in cr Am V' W W. W' ,M-. n Q L3 i ' .Wg x 3 :N -- 6 ' :swf Nu t N N r 4 u r 1 ff I ir r t 2 ' Mafjofie DODS John Roberr Donna Benny Ban Bake' Ballard Ballenger 50111552 Bingham - , 4 .,-1-3-fe 1 -,gg-frm., 1., ,,. 1, i X if . nf X 'vs was If : r '95, fm ,Q W, , K . , X A 'A' -IT' , A ...jr --Q' 'fr ai , Yi, -1-Y, " 'Lg 4, a - . 1 X 1 2. Q Vivlor Jane! Neil Peggy Ethel Io Ann Borg Bran: Brenke Bridges Brook Bullingron X 'X'W ??"if557.5 4... X :Q ' S W QQ:- ,, . if , A - 'dx Q, ,S:'f ,QL ' SP3 Q we X 2 .ff , a l X 3 R , , x 1' , rf 5 Y , Marilyn Eldon Shawn Celina Dan Ferrer Burney Bush 5115111111111 Campas Campbell Camvbell 'Rx rv ,mm Q 'A F, ,, .A 2 1 1 V -4 9' , 15 ,E A ' " , ' -X fs 5 2 ' , 1 . ' Lynn Dahlia syrvra A1102 meme Ann Conradi Comreras Conrreras COX Cline Craven V. , :iq K .1-Q A , A 0 r 14-N A Y' H 'V ' - ro X F i -, 4 .3 , 4 4 iv 'fe - x 1 , 'v ,Q .3 X -T: ' 1 " , 1 y ' J z X 1 ' ' V 1 1 ,X 1 - .1 U" r X X DIPHDG Mary Margaret Rose Paul Larry Crwkmvre Davidson Davrs Dempsey De Nubilo DGWGY gg 'K 'F' ,.- ,... J I f sany Bailhe 46- ' W '. . .fl 'V A-Y r Q . 4 ' N, , 1 Z Richard Blaase 5aQSees,? C 1 ,jg , I P Marrha Burch p,'5gz.g:gg:.i'X M Y reifiri' ii I Barbara Cla wson V7.5 V , '51 ffm- ,A 'lf Nan Craven 'Y Q.. gm lx Carl Dllls Y Frances Ball 11 wx 1 John Bollnger vi' 10 Q 1 if' . 4 P Lean Burnett -x 351 , : 'J AGN ' . ' 1 P 14' t X P' dw. me 1 , X 4 Q X 1 John Cleveland ,Nr va' ...m . W I r Barbara Crawford L ,lf i . ,-P 14 -ur Arlene Dlppel . - X- . ' . fr. .nt-v-' ' in ff-:M 5?'.e'ff ' 'fe' 'im fc- " ,, .f K X . 5 -2 1? 1 5' ' E .l ---v 1 2' 1 W H- fr if . I 1 Edward Edward Dunbar Duncan "TK "V 1 sf L- "mr ' an . . 9 -. 'si N fl 1 I 1. Gene Rim Fannin! Feldman WT, r ..- N X 'IM 4. gf , 0 -'- we i '. 5 H . , 1 ..x Q ' '-lv ' "' W .2 3 S , eh 1-fs. Anne Ted Furrow Gage it 1 1 ?v ' 'f I , 1 no U4 Barbara Norris Glaze Gompf 1 ,Q g ., , A . A fi 'K Robert David Hansen Hanson i i- : ' 4- fi Ix- I . I .J i ' fl 1 . Donna Clio 11085311 Hood - r :'.'r:e"s. " I 1 '53 .-Snr + X Q ir- 5. 2:33 51, 7 ,I 1 fx- 1 ff.-f . .. + . Q 1 , Z r ' fa g .V ' ag ' . 7 V , , ' - rr ' 5 ,ji . f 'A James Bud James Jimmy Charlotte . . 5113 Eager Elsimxnger Embry Engelrnan Ernsky paiggaw , ' . r H - W .. A A -74 ff ' f K .. 1' an 5 .N .1 , -. 2, -" if fer 4 2 ' ., 7 ti Z' t L- A ' 3 . ! 1 1 I ' V , If 4 ' H l Dona Suzanne Linda Arlan Kay ka,-1 Field Figard Fiscel Fleming Frazier Freeman . ' 5 Y. 5 , ' " , ' ' . Ny, - I , , X. A 1 ' x W -, -- .. , gb , 1 Q " 3 ,rv 1 J 1, .... , H I , A . V 4 , ! 9? 15- I C: ,s 1- 7 , D Q, in .- -I 1 . l 5 X 5 5 ' C7 , 1, -V ,, 3, X , ' . ix N 1 11g . is 3 X 1" in I .ef Y i X , A 1 ' joycia Vera Doris Cepile James Nick Gales Gales Geiera Glbbons Gideon Glasscoek "I-. S 'Y' --xt:-V , A .. 'VN 'N' 6 T' sv? . f- ' 5112 " ,-,, .. 4 ' ,. as X J 1133- snr! - V , ,,. A f f, in ' J ' , - . A - ' .., 1- 1 , 2 '-T sv . 4 Y- , g R f l , 1 NBHCY Nerrie sally Fred Jerry Anita GOOFJPBSUIYC Gorrer Hager Hammgnd Hancock Hand yawn-.www :MISRSM ' J . fm, is t it MW, 1: ,N as ,,.- - ,Q ,.,.,. F 1 ' 1 , , ' 5 ' 'Q Q 1 , " ' ' ' 3 J ' 'I' ' vcr- .": r L 7' 4' , . r Q' 122 .e"f. i Ralhie Marlee Loi, Bu . . . YY Shenll Phyllis Hmmm Hardy H"m5 Hedrick Henning Hicks , in , . N i355 ' if a 12-65 1 J. ' 5 ' x 1 ' 'Q -'- I 1 . " . ' i vig - 1 if .. v iv .wa , ' ' Sandra Carol Roberr Jerry Jim Fly Hopkins Howard Howell Huyser Huie 11133115 L 1 . 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Vggqfsvvt A ffl. :'- ' szgv f - we ' R' - N '-'fx X ' A 1: , " at f n . . - , - - rf , 4- , W gf Q ,M W, "J 4: ,E .f ,CI QP: . A K f- 4 I I v .N W9 ' X5 .. 5, ' A f ' X, A. 4, S , Q Elefmf Judy 1: rd. ' OC!-1 13 lim JBCQUB A Ronald 0'Brien O'Nei11 Owen Pack Paris Parks pepping sfwiqyyi - me W .ee ,ss fx ,l- -9 w Q 175 0 1 4, t V , tx A 5 -sl I T 'K Y A J Y 'f Q, A . . f 7 '27 . ' -s. ,s ' X ti 5 5? i 1 , 'f , X 3 Ann' Sandra Wilma Shelby Aline In-1, Eileen Ph-WPS HCPCS Plew Polk Porter PUCC Radar ic ff? '53 ' .3 . 1: , - N 1 , . A- - and ' H 4 ': .f1,... -pf. A - f,'r , of-7 N A .1 f , 1 , - x ' - " ji , S .- Iudy Iudy Nell Joe Tommy Ianice Fred Rlchaydson Richardson Rxchter Robson Rose Rumoh: Rush " ,Q K ' " ,. 1 'X - H s 4' ' a . Q' li . Y N , K 5 v A Q' Q g , fx , try, 4 - 1 f ' Y' , -1 -V K - - - , 1 Q i J 1 a is j X 1, ' 6 f 1 . x , X 1 .f X I ' S X Jerry Jay David John victor Edward 51114 Sanders Sch-'del Schuler Shea Shelton Sherfey simngmn , 1. Q mw- A? . . s. , 44: l , 3 ,. ,Q-H Q - , S S f ff Q f 4' , f ff ' jo - nl . X , --1 , K . ., N .1 , H . ' ' rv, E . W , Q. X y ,r , Jl 'V 4 Q 'x Batnata Byron Ioan Rh nd, Rob hn Smith Smith Smith Sgnith Snfiltth Jgnodgxass Bggain PMN . M' "TffX'??S' "W " """""""l 2 1: 5 ' A, P tif' - 'f' 5:f,j'i2x ' " 'f 134: . - Y. s R -V an- ' 5, - ' lip- n-f , 4- -- . , ' rin ff al al - ' " -wg ' n Ag 'xl - 1 'V' V , ' " A A A - " N ,-N, bl in .. V5 , A, , ,ll . , X f J: J' ' s . 'V , .- , N , V t ' K i I ' ' 4 ' , -1 Q3 is E ' ' -. ' Ns .V K' Buster Gayle Richard Charles Yvonne Kay Joe Steinbach Stewart Slough Sullivan Sullivan Swenson -I-.Ivy ,Q fi, . Rose Peterson t lx Q. P . s I Helen Richards P f l ,J S ki ,149 A ,1 1 t. Don Sampson ,- fi .-, 1 A . . , , I K 1 P X r 1. PJ X WS Francine Skolnlck 5 P, ., ' . Q N Z Jim Sparks wi , ' SSA 'F Iii , x if T6 Q X 'sn Patty Tatum ,7 .ze Q, 4, ,. 4- v ,, ' ' V , X' I A a 7 4 1 . ! ,sq Z' . Barbara Karen mel-md Helen Teasley Thompson Thompson Tlemann .- 5, - Aa rs ' an '2 . pa f it X ' if . ' 4 , 9 . Q. 1 , , x , Sue Mum. Donna David VanCamp Voanwgs Waite Walker , rf'-I I? . qw A 1 f 5 A- P ' f P W ' - ff '. ki- V N 1-53... ' 5 ' y ngiiry. ' .Aff ' . -A I P Berry Larry J lm Williams Williams Qlnllse Jwgqd ' .vi 5 yy A 1-4 Y ' "' , , -1-93,2 E, ., L S.-S -,- I ,F ': vrvtan Benson ' ? 43 . Bob Brummond af? .V . x Darlene Castagnur 1,1 L f- J Iohn Davidson - :f I Charlotre Brewer V X , 'B M Roger Klrtersman .11 X. Eugene Miller Q -' X Lu y Powell L A Dan Tallaferrn Charles Warwick ., 'N ,J ' 'P -f Harold Tom berg n r ar'- Betty Warren 4 vu y - 4 I Chuck Woodward Jlm Cloakey Jeanette Davis Audrey Engler Francis Engler Peter Floronl William Merriman Gary Miller Frank Powell James Tanguay Franklin Webber Q 4 .Q - ,Q .. A ' r ,,. I Karen Jack Tornberg Thlbodeau A ,- 'K , -t -Q .. ? , A J , N I Y f X I , Georgia Roger Westmoreland Wiggrns ' Q .A .I . 71 ' ' X , 1 .X I ' I i Sue Norma Wright Yarn Shirley Flesher Betty Fritz Sandra Godde Larry Gunderson Peggy Heath Mlckey Meyer Mcrvin McCormick Doyle Puckett Carherlne Tranchlna Gary Wunder a-k"" A Thomas Tyler 1 r .5 Marie Williams le Q5 J 4 ? SDRIOII Keipper SOPHOMORE AUTOGRAPHS FRESH EN 1 .M - 4 lil' V356 CHIIREIREN ERUSSWALK K., I' n-uni v Us 4 ff v 4 4 fx Y FRE SHMAN OFFICERS L. TO R: Lee Black, Treasurer, Beverly O'Conner, Vice-Presidentg Larry Bell, President: Jo Ann Bullington, Secretary. Numbering over 300 members, this year's freshman class was the largest in the history of Amphitheater high school. One indication was by the eleven home rooms. They chose a skating party for the first party of the year and planned for another party in the spring. This class was willing and able to co-operate fully this year to make it a success and to carry on throughout the years. h Coordinating with Mr. Myers the chairman, Mrs. Brancroft, Mr. Bencek, Mr. Dishaw, Mr. Evans, Mr. French, Mr. Funk, Mr. Hendrix, Mr. Pomeroy, Mr. Jordan, and Mrs. Garritson sponsored the Freshman class. ,F '.aQ l , X . w Alex Alegria K' Xiu. il r 1 C ,I Mgr Donald Arnold Wayne Bedwell ,Q Us . J . .. Q . V... 601 Richard Bosiey -'O B 3' Charles Buck 5 ,qw 'gfzzfflw -. 'A' gi' V. f, - V ,Q W as Q . ' I- ' iff' Carter Carr 1 'vp J - Q 4 li rl' 'Q Z: ' . . I Y . , - ,, 1 ' AIX , . L x 1 X 1"' Dale Phyllis Ronald Lauren Max Allen Axling Anderson Andrus Aragon r'gV1'ff.. , "' ' ' Q , w Q, -V . Q, ' . -'Q' fe l I '9 f - fa Q Q 1,1 .. ,LQ ,Q , - ' .1 ' J Q - Q .. f Q' Q , s X l f V , r' ,fe A f W l ' x ' f ICHY Arlene Robert Lorleua Gus Ault Baker Baker Barber Barchlg v , ve 7' an A. , Qi Q, ' J 1 I . :Fl I n Larry Judy Margaret Linda Diane B611 gem,-,d Berzold Beukema Blggg f ' 2,411 I il. I ' fe K - ' " pw R f 'Y Fa ,,. ,, ,vs A Q ? 1 . 3 V Q , ,. , 7 , Q a - Q - +V V 11 2 f 4 I , f - A -x. Donald Harold Myrtle Karen Hobby Bracken Brannon Braun Briggs Bmgke - wie?wiifb- ' ' -13" 'EQ3E.io, l . Q A Q, ,, . QQQQ 9 A5 fi .Q f 1 R :I Q V at v ff. P .3 , Q7 Q QL pl l A - -tv , -5 I V J, , A fe X ' -, I Pacricia Blll laurel Nancy Panricia Bullinglon Burg: Burkholder Calhoun Callaghan . :. - dh' lf? . . , 'J I' rl rl Q, ' is " 3"' Q1 3 A' X.,:VwfuA F x V. 4 , ' ' " Q, vi '7 , . ' Q , I X X A ' H"---V+ n 1.2 lb I 'J Beverly Juanlm Stanley Dixon Chu-lu Caruso Carroll Cashmere Caudlll Chjldgn Tom Archibald v 1 Sue Bean A f -as Lee Black vg- r' 15- I oan Brooks 4, . ,. .v . v 1 I JOY Campbell ' gf. ,jvc K 1 l vi 5 f P M.: rm. ' QQ. a v 41" R ,Q . ,. A a' 3 ii? I Joanne Cleavenger Ji NAV ' Wallace Amd! ,A at 9.4 V: l Wayne Beck .S lr V V rg I Larry Bogslie n s. . .X .l S wllllam Brummond JS? V Q ' S Thomas Carman Y Q r . jf 18 'T ' 1 ' , B 'nl Donhy Clelland x 'UBI enum, 3 4 i . ' :--'Y L , , A-4357 ,i V 1 , ui 3:1 5 1 2 S f i, la W E its Le 4 ,- .A as 5 -2 , N. 5 55 Vt- I E - as 'V ' .V iii N xxx As we travel the road of life, we shall look back upon our high school days as some of the happiest' milestones in our life. The Panther Trails staff sincerely hopes that as your journeys take you forward, you will be able to glance back .. through these pages and recall memories from the excit-A ing events which were part of Amphitheater,-1952-1953. 2 L ,X - v ' A ., . 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U 'X 'ik 'H s X4 Q- -' M 4 9 r .-J saws!! " .,:L , - ,Q ,- , A. .- , , .39 A . A N .L ' F 'S or . mggjf A W 1: 'D ,X ,A ' ' ' ' . ',,, Y ,I eff , I ,- xx S 'N I 7,54 t 1- it ,T I V A . -Fi, an - 'SWA Szbarld - -S X -rgfg, , rw, Q. I V Q Pg, , 14 "-4 '-A 9 'X 1 4- V V ju-5' n ! a I V 5 "V, Q U. gg I ' a "" ' 5 gr, fd 5 I . ,I - I ,345 'fi f 5 :fi wig X Q Aj ,f-I X 1 Ls, as if Q - ,Q E wif F 'Q ,. Q - n S is L X 'G ' ' " I rf- . ,us F ' Aa- f 'E ' Q -5 I 1 Q , K , ,. I 2, .P si g sr' 'li' - F' I . X ' x H Q' 'T e -- ' x ' "-'I A19 ,,' r " .. 'f 1' -lf, sslitx ti' 'Hilti L . 1-2 2' s PANTHE R GRIDIRON SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW, Burt Smith, C, Paul Lindberg, T, Herb Scarborough, C, Joel Cox, G, Delbert Scarborough, Mgr. SECOND ROW, Jim Huie, G, John Ballard, T, Jim Peel, HB, Charles Sallaway, C, Jim Bowen, C, Ronald Patterson, T, assistant coach, Otto Lamers. THIRD ROW, Joe Iararola, FB, Jerry Pollock, E, John Horner, G, Ottis Colwell, QB, Bob Bradford, HB, Phil Irvin, E. FOURTH ROW, Russell Glover, G, A1 Ficzeri, HB, Larry Williams, HB, Lowell Smith, QB, Chuck Bell, HB, Chuck Crane, HB. FIFTH ROW, Eddie Dunbar, T, Porter Campbell, T, Walter Schmitz, T, Jack Markle, HB, Bill Oates, E, John Gassaway, HB. TOP ROW: Manager, Harvey Syversrud, Donald Brackin, E, Dan Campbell, E, Ray Ingalls, QB, Mark Latham, HB, Trainer, George Genung. NOT PICTURED, Dave Cocklin, G. 64 ai., SEASON'S RECORD Despite a slow start and a rather disappointing finish the Amphitheater grid team compiled one of its best records of the past several seasons. Losing its opening encounter to the big Mesans seemed to spur the team into action. The next six games resulted in six consecu- tive Amphi victories. In two of these games, against Yuma and Prescott, the Panthers were the definite underdogs but emerged astounding victors. Though beaten decisively in the last two games the Panther squad battled all the way displaying a never-say-die spirit. COACH MURL McCAlN The success of any tea.m depends up- on the coach. Amphi is fortunate to have at its helm a man who was a great athlete himself, and thus is fully quali- fied to coach Amphitheater athletic teams. Coach McCain played football and base- ball at the University of Arizona besides being the college heavyweight boxing the champion. He was twice elected to All-Border Conference football team and his the was captain of the Arizona team in senior year. He was a pitcher for Wildcat diamond nine. Mr. McCain is now in his sixth year of coaching at Amphi. He also coaches the junior varsity baseball team. I-some y T ISIT RS Amos-n O MESA-27. Amp.-n.25 Basses-Wt T Amp.-n 50 GLENDALE-I5 'AMPHI 18 DRESCOTTJ5 'Amon' I5 Da-o. TEC:-a-6 IAMD1-N 14 Yur-4A-1.2 I AMP:-on 2,7 SAFFORD-I9 'AMPHI 6 NoeALE557 4-Agvupg-an -7 Tucsgfiv.-5 ADMINISTRATION- 5' l SENIORS I7 Jumoas- 37 "ip--P OPHONXORES' FAESHMEN-53 'ri-lLETnc.s 63 1 TIVITIES-P5 X 3 ' 411,32 ,A if M 1 af' , 3: , V w I I tim I was MESA 27 AMPHI 0 Unable to get rolling until the second half the Panthers fell to the Mesa Jackrabbits 27-0 in their opening encounter of the season. The big 'Rabbit line held the Amphi offense intact while Clouse, Sezate and Bonner were grounding out yardage for the Mesans. Jim Peel and Jerry Pollock were outstanding for the green and white. W , as iowa' 0 t 'ofo ,145 XS 56 itgxeoeb xfxv. 095 5609 Q5 M04 G05 XQ9 oixuet EW AMPHI 25 BISBEE 14 Once again playing an inspired second half the Panthers roared back from a 14-0 halftime deficit to take their first win of the season 25- 14. The Amphi offensive line played brilliantly, especially in the third and fourth quarters, breaking Smith and Markle loose for many long gains and three touchdowns between them. Ottis Colwell set up the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter by running twenty-five yards from a fourth down punt-formation to put the ball in scoring position. 66 AMPHI 18 PRESCOTT 13 Surviving a long trip and cold weather the Arnphi squad proved equal to the occasion by upsetting heavily favored Prescott 18-13. Once again dis- playing a devastating running attack the Panthers ran over the big Badger line, with surprising ease. Markle's running, Cocklin's line play, and the fine signal-calling of Lowell Smith paved the way for the victory. Th haDlr::SAmDhj ta N :M Supervi ball Cacklef-S g -icy'-lxwtvfl SES. I'I'jSp wiflg up O a4,f'eQ'. Us C n 8 3' f 'S Olweu so '-"KQ"": Qlfv 5, 55: 12,1 'I1:gf"" i Q Q "Q'1.23l nk- . 3. Ax , . ilnngggnu... , N5-L. AMPHI 30 GLENDALE 13 The Panthers made their first trip of the year a successful one as they downed Glendale by the convincing margin of 30-13. Displaying prowess in every department the northsiders exploded for 21 first downs and 427 yards which netted them five T. D. 's while holding the Cardinal offense to two fourth period scores. Jack Markle led the Panther attack by personally accounting for 194 yards gained and three touchdowns. is 5 ik I is Y? Ja 3, xi, 4 . AW i W A S AMPHI 13 PHOENIX TECH 6 Bolstered by the play of All-State guard, Dave Cocklin, the Amphi gridders rolled to their fourth straight victory nipping Phoenix Tech 13 -6. Cocklin flew back from a Kansas City convention in time to lead Amphi's stalwart forward wall in a great defensive effort. The Panthers turned in one of their finest all-around performances of the sea- son. AMPHI 14 YUMA 12 "Out-weighed and out-manned but not out-fought. " This describes the Pan- thers amazing upset of the big Yuma Criminals 14-12 to cap a perfect "A Day" celebration. Surprising the Criminals, noted for their rock-ribbed defense, with two touchdowns and a safety in the first half the Amphi gridders clung to the lead thus establishing themselves as one of the powerhouses of the Class A conference. John Horner proved to be the main cog all the way. Chosen "A Day" King he then went out and turned in a sterling performance on both offense and defense leading his team to victory. John Horner stopped just short of paydirt. if 5. 1 -X 5 F K 1, " -1 1 h.WP','-"R-,t,., g, ' is A , tv 4 fx 7 - . "KW 5 3' 72 "i , -X fit' -V X tm " Q-i"3lf.i-336 , . ms- Q, s w-,-. ' 'ht fiwv.. ,, f.!lf?:L.s if " il 'SMF K 1. -1 AMPHI 27 SAFFORD 19 Startled by a sleeper play which resulted in a Safford touchdown in the opening seconds the Panthers bounced back to clip the Bulldogs 27- 19. Laying aside their powerful running attack the Amphi gridders revealed a devastating passing game with Joe Iatarola in the starring role. latarola connected on 16 out of 27 passing attempts. NOGALES 37 AMPHI 6 loosing 37-6 to a fired-up Nogales Apache squad in f the border city. Nogales dominated play throughout the game. TUCSON 25 AMPHI 7 After leading for most of the first half, the Panthers fell to the Badgers 25-7 in the annual Thanksgiving Day encounter between the cross-town rivals. Though stopping Tucson's high-geared running attack they were unable to cope with the THS passing attack. Jim Peel was the outstanding player on the field starring on both offense and defense. . Amphi was handed its worst defeat of the season, The "B" squad, under the tutelage of John Yovonivitz, once again showed promise for future varsity teams. Although hampered by the loss of several of its gridders to the varsity, the squad came through with a respectable record for the season's play. The heart and de- termination of the J.V. gridders made them look good even in defeat. DEPARTING s NIORS AMPHI' S E "LITTLE PANTHERSH L. TO R, FRONT ROW: Mgr. Scarborough, Pringle, Stephens, Glasscock, Matthews, Servoss, Bashaw, Adams, Alegria. SEC- OND ROW: Douglas, Richter, Hart, Powell, Steinbach, Black, Watley. THIRD ROW: Rexford, Coerper, Jones, Gideon, Parris, McCormick, FOURTH ROW: Wunder, Pierce, Snodgrass. SIXTH ROW: Sayre, Ruck. TOP: Miller. 70 The junior varsity, in compiling a season's re- cord of two wins and five defeats, supplied its fans with many thrills and ex- citing football. Both victories came at the ex- pense of Sa1pointe's Little Lancers. The defeats were suffered at the hands of the Indian School twice, Tucson Cubs twice, and the Bisbee J.V. 's. SKUKQU to In compiling a season's record of ten wins and eight defeats the Panthers proved to be one of the top cage squads in the state. The Arnphi team started fast by winning seven of its first eight starts. Bill O'Donald was high scorer in all seven of' the victories. He went on to lead Amphi scorers in a total of fourteen games. This in addition to his fine rebounding play won him first string all-state and second .team all-tournament honors. Dean Metz was named to the second team all-state. LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELINGg Frank Westmoreland, Ray VerVe1de, Bob Bradford, Dean Metz, Larry Williams, Jim Bowen, Joe Merlo, STANDING: Coach Genung, George Giley, Phil Irvin, Otis Colwell, Bill O'Dona1d, Don Brackin, Remo Fioronl, Paul Hughes, Mgr, Jack Romero. f ' LARRY WILLIAMS - U ii? 9 gas-,.af1j DEAN METZ PHIL IRVIN BILL O'DONALD OTTIS COLWELL SEASON SUMMARY AMPHI 63 GLENDALE 57 Cardinals de-feathered in opening encounter. AMPHI 48 DOUGLAS 31 Green squad looks polished in trimming Bulldogs. MESA 51,1 AMPHI 31 'Jacks take easy win. Panther shooting is off. AMPHI 50 NOGALES 33 Green and white returns to form in scalping Apaches AMPHI 57 PRESCOTT 39 Amphi spoils the northern boys' trip. O'Donald hits for 21. AMPHI 56 PRESCOTT 53 "It'll be a long ride home." AMPHI 57 NORTH PHOENIX 52 Outstanding floor game defeats taller foes in brilliant victory. AMPHI 55 ELOY 45 Dust Devils bite the dust as Panthers record fifth straight win WEST PHOENIX 47 AMPHI 35 "Oh, well, all good things must come to an end." O'Donald goes high for another two-pointer, Opening action in late season game with Phoenix Union. 1 73 P Action under the basket involving lleftl Metz and O'Donald, Ccenterl Williams and Metz, and fright? Irvin. TUCSON 55 AMPHI 39 "Too bad all four quarters couldn't have been like the first one. " PHOENIX TECH 48 AMPHI 45 Hornets squeak by in a thriller. Panthers look good in defeat. AMPHI 55 YUMA 43 Criminals scoring attack arrested in class A tussle. AMPHI 55 YUMA 48 Panthers again show potent attack. O'Donald tallies 20 points. PHOENIX UNION 63 AMPHI 56 Hustling Coyotes upset Amphi in exciting contest. TUCSON 52 AMPHI 40 "No Comment" BISBEE 74 AMPHI 50 Well rounded scoring offense dumps Panthers. O'Donald scores 29 in losing cause. ELOY 52 AMPHI 50 . Roof caves in as Panthers absorb fourth straight defeat AMPHI 56 DOUGLAS 49 Team returns to form. Ends regular season with resounding victory CLASS A TOURNAMENT Tucson 67 Amphi 56 North Phoenix 75 Amphi 65 'P "LITTLE PAN'rHERs" Amphi's B squad basketball team, with Otto Lammers at the helm, fought their way through a reasonably successful hardwood season. The Little Panthers won seven contests, while dropping ten. Dan Campbell, Pete Fioroni and Lee Black were the outstanding basket- ballers for the Junior Varsity, and should be big onsetters to Amphi's Varsity this coming year. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONTgK1nsman, Gumpf, Sanders, Karbowski, Powell, O'Neil, Russell, Ruck, Gage STANDING: Coach Lammers, Tanguay, Neilson, Shea, Kamavas, Black, Davidson, McDaniel, Suder, Bell, Fioroni, Campbell, Mgr. Sparks. 75 DEDICATION .a Els. 1' F Q3 ,353 w54'kQW5,3 Surviving the superhuman task of teaching four years of Englishto many of this year's senior class this person has maintained his mag- netic personality and winning ways. We greatly admire him for his patience and his ability to make the hardest things seem easy. In gratitude for his unceasing efforts to mold better citizens from Amphi students and for his genuine interest in the welfare of others we, the 1952-1953 staff, respectfully dedicate this Panther Trails. to SAMUEL LOM AGLIO 4 . A - Y- R A 'l A ,Z I .' s n A F .g ' ,K V- 9 f ' sr Ywwma K N U X ,, X tlkrffu w,Mmg L, TO R, FRONT: Mgrs. Dewayne Graham and Stewart Crissg KNEELING: Joe Iatarola Ronnie Hlttenberger, Bert Card, Chuck Campbell, John Horner, Harvey Syversrud, Bob Bradford STANDING Lowell Smith, Jack Romero, Larry Williams, Irv Schlesinger, Dean Metz, Carl Foiles Ray Campas Harold Tornberg, Fred Rivera. COACH GEORGE GENUNG One of the main reasons for Coach Genung's success as high school coach is the fact that he, himself was a great athlete. He attended the U. of A. from 1940-43. After a three- year hitch ln the service he returned to the University and competed during the seasons of '46 and '4'7. Mr. Genung holds the distinction of having won five letters and one numeral in basketball, and four letters and one numeral ln baseball, a rare feat to say the least, He captained the varsity basketballers for two seasons and was captain of both the freshman and varsity baseball squads, in addition he was one of the Unlversity's top swimmers. He ls in his sixth year of coaching at Amphi, Besides coaching baseball and basketball, he ls the trainer for the football team. 76 r,-. " i !Qn,,' L, TO R: Harvey Syversrud, Lowell Smith, Irv Schlesinger, Ronnie Hittenberger, Ray Campas. As this book went to press the baseball season had just begun. The strength of the team was as yet unknown due to the many untried players on the club. However, the pitching and catching departments promised to be very strong with returning veterans on both ends of the battery. Due to this fact, last season's starting catcher, Larry Williams, began the season at shortstop. Whether this move was permanent or only temporary was not known. Larry Williams Fred Rivera Carl Foiles 77 X5 is N . -fffff N-ua i A , ,gr P R t .Q- U V . X u- 1 Q 1 c I a M - g A JOHN HORNER 4 S 1 X JOE IATAROLA CHUCK CAMPBELL 'xl K L. TO R: Bert Card, Harold Tornberg, Bob Bradford, Dean Metz. NOT PICTUREDg Jack Romero. At the time this copy went to the printers the Panthers' outfield appeared set with three returnees, Iatarola, Campbell, and Horner, again patroling the outer gardens. The infield was the big question mark. Only one man who lettered at his position last year was back, Dean Metz. However Tornberg, Bradford, Card, Romero, and possibly Williams along with Metz were expect- ed to round into a top-notch inner defense. The success of this year's team seemed to hinge on the amount of hustle they would show and their ability to function smoothly despite the inexperience. 78 t y in "LITTLE PANTHE RS" L. TO R. FRONT ROW: J. Embry, D. Sayre, B. Fnede, R. Stevens, D. O'Nei11, M. Williams, W. Minderman, W. Macholtz, N. Brenke, Mgr. STANDING: Coach McCain, M. Nielson. J. Kinsman, E. Dunbar, N. Gumpf, G1 ck, I. Ballard, D. Arnold, I. Huie, C. Mittenberger, T. Gage, J. Shea, L. Black, L. Cunningham, N. assco D. Seeberger, J. Glover, C. Woodward. The 'unior varsity baseball squad again were faced with a tough schedule. J Under the direction of Coach McCain the J.V.'s played as many as three games a week and took their share of the victories. It is interesting to note H ll th t t n of the members of this year's varsity played on the B squad last a e year. This fact indicates the fine job Coach McCain is doing in turning green performers into fine varsity material. 79- ., S, - -- :km-am-N -f'11..,,.a,. , LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: R. Glab, R. Ingall, W. Oates, E. Sparks, G. Sanders, I. Calhoun, T. Valencia, R. Hardy, D. Lash. SECOND ROW: T. Hart, O. Cusick, J. Cox, C. Crane, F. Bachmann, G. Cooper, M. Kaiser, D. Tryon. I. Adams. STANDING: Mgr. D. Campbell, R, Glover, A. Barney, G. Wunder, B. Hoidas, R, Fioroni, C. Fisher, L. Dewey, F. Westmoreland, D. McDaniels, Coach Lammers. COACH OTTO LAMMERS Shaping Amphi's track team this year was Otto Lammers. In his first year at Amphitheater Mr. Lammers proved to be very versatile. He was var- sity backfield coach for the football team, junior Varsity basketball mentor, and taught sophomore social science classes, in addition to his track duties. Mr. Lammers came to Amphi from Iowalwhere he coached high school athletics for over a decade. 80 -I .."',f"A KV XCX9' - ' ! - 0, R- Oaies' cus E . ,- ,Y . Ove:- 7- so L' Sv GX . XSMYEY' Adam tgggtifotffxwd ' As the track season began it looked like this year's team would be one of the greenest in some time. However, sparked by a few veterans the tearn was capable of pulling a few surprises Jim Calhoun, a three-year letterman and only a junior, spearheaded the tearn through six scheduled meets. Results of the meets were not known at the time this copy went to press. aisetu tand. Twoni :aww .rn , 'diff 'J -1 m L , m4-+JfLgfY- 1 VMLKXGCI, -1- -" , e v swam 1' ' Y V te Ove ' 'La wesfmo un- Co ,-,.,,.7g.1.4:,a, R: C3310 x.. To tw' Bichinann' Spa CugiCko 81 . l 'O O S L. T up . TER v U80 vias pivloexsigtxeianfx' Ca gaobftsuxgvgffs' W E, I x 3 . Xgxsyeli v H0 an . Wk A VV . in A '- QVQI if T ig .WEIG HT A i,jrUfV T .QQ 86114161.80 Jae Chuc A COX. 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On Friday, the 24th a pep assembly was held in the Auditorium. Two skits, one by the new teachers and the other a girl's football skit, were presented. Hilight of all the A-Day activities was Amphitheater's great upset of the Yuma team 4-12. During half time the royal court was presented and the queen received American beauty roses and a crown of white carnations. A lasting memory for those who attended was the semi-formal dance held in the auditorium after the game-iclimaxing A-Day-1952. 87 A-DAY Enthusiastic students join in school yells on the bleachers to stimulate spirit before the big game Friday. "Hot Lips Hiatt" and his band members show their stuff at the Student-Facul- ty assembly on Thursday afternoon. - 4.5. ,g , V, . 88 HIGHLIGHTS Mighty she-panthers en- gage in a rough and tumble football game at Friday's pep assembly as referee, John Horner vainly tries to maintain some sem- blance of order. Couples keep step to the music at the dance in the auditorium decorated with green and white crepe pa- per. This was the grand finale to A-Day--1952. ., rg- fi ,, fr- Tjlyiwjx .sz if, ' . -tg T55 - ,fy sri At the Thanksgiving Day game the Amphitheater band, twirlers and marching squad form the traditional TA, symbolizing the friendship between Tucson High and Amphitheater, BAND "High School Band Day" held at the University of Arizona was an important event for the band as was the state fair held in Phoenix. Parades the band marched in were the Homecoming Parade, Armistice Day Parade and the Rodeo Parade, Other activities included the mid-winter concert, the spring concert, and the California-Western Music Educators Conference. They also appeared at pep assemblies, basketball games, and put on the half-time activities at home football games. Elected officers include Charlie Stough, president, Stanley Rose, Appointed officers are Remo Fioroni, drum major and uniform manager, Fred Case, librarian, and Mary Holloway, tailor. T 2 .J i ' BAND orrrcsns, LEFT Tofnrcnr, FRONT ROW: Barbara Majesky, Gien oidham, Mary Hcnaway, SECOND ROW: Fred Case, Stanley Rose, Remo Fioroni, Charlie Stough, Dan Gerheart, vice-president, Barbara Majesky, secretary, Glen Oldham, treasurer. :gs ,M s paws, N it I 4 X Orchestra members are caught here in a rehearsal for one of their concerts, ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr. Lawrence Wilson, the Amphitheater concert orchestra, now numbering sixty-four members, appeared at the Southern Arizona Music Festival, held two concerts, one in mid-winter and an- other in the spring, appeared at the Senior play, an assembly program and climaxed their year by playing for high school baccalaureate. OFFICERS, STANDING L.TO R, Walter Schmitz, librarian, Frank Estes, first semester president, Ray Hardy, second semester president, SEATED L, TO R, Naoim Zender concert mistress, Evelyn Jensen, vice-president, Margaret Huebner, secretary, 91 FRONT ROW: L, TO R: Mary Alice Gastelum, Arlene Dippel, Betty Hedrick, Delores Allison, Eleanor Siebold Sue Bean, Jane Guthrie, Carolyn Roseberry. ROW 25 Marjorie Ball, Anita Hand, Susie Morgan, Esther Franetti Shirley Ketchem, Joann Johnston, Rita Beck. ROW 3: Dorothy Earley, Sharon Unruh, Clio Hood, Peggy Maynard Arlene Wester. ROW 4: Juanita Carroll, Janice Rumohr, Sharon Falshaw, Mary Ann McCook, Annette Elbers ROW 51 Justine Shuh, Moonyean Jeager, Jean Marsh, MARCHING A SQUAD .fl J .N ,,,,,,,, ,,,. , ,, ..., -V qc, Pantherette Officers L. toRgAnnette Roseberry and Mary Alice Elbers, secretary-treasurer, Carolyn Gasteleum Roseberry, president, Patty Whalen, vice -president. 9 2 r --........,, ha- 1 J libel TWIRLERS, L, TO R3 Audrey Syversrud, Carol Howard, Jean Potts, Marsha Brown, Sandra Hopkins, Carol Miley. Bertha Barry. PANTHERETTES First organized as a club in September of 1952, the Pantherettes is a combination of the twirlers and marching squad Working together to benefit the school in parades, at games and other school activities. Mrs. Anderson is sponsor of the Pantherettes while the club officers are Carolyn Roseberry, president, Patty Whalen, vice-president, and Annette Elbers, secretary-treasurer. Other projects for this year included two assemblies and noon-time activities. 93 HEAD MAJORETTE: Mavane11McDanie1 With director William Funk in the center, the Amphitheater mixed chorus is shown arrayed in their green and white concert robes, C CHORUS Amphi's chorus, consisting oft approximately 200 students, was very busy in 1952-1953 giving four concerts and singing for various organizations. Two Christmas concerts were given in December followed by an Easter concert in April, and a spring concert in May. Besides the concerts, the advanced chorus sang His Yoke , Carol of the Bells", and "What Child is This" for the Tucson Women's Club in December. A selected group sang at Trinity Presbyterian Church for a Christian Youth Group in February. H ll ll 94


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