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

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.ff n if , ilk. X -an , . - e New W "'4 154 ,fy 1 M rn 1 M fs 'x A Q .4-, up . U :ww 1 - J 1 ' f ,1 , 5 ' 'P ' ' -I" Q rw-, ,. ' ,, A f . 1 W - . A' zu , ' uv 1 1 :J , ' V I Kg: X v L m-.L -uiwanw-1-mn-mmm-aw. E p.- ,ww-, 1, V 1-uw V. 4 V- ., anther rails 2 1 -Mfg .Q..i'-- "KiVi-q"???.,ef:'T"' Q'-f'if ,,ffiEiii3iuNqE5 1 ' Ar' -fain: Foreword This new edition of the PANTHER TRAILS has been published with but one objective: to capture a year between its covers. While we know that life at Amphi is a multitude of realities which are too intangible to be related in black and White, perhaps in some small way we can preserve the friendships which we all hold so dearly. If this book will serve to bridge the past and bring to mind the priceless memories of joy and pleasures of the year just gone, it will have served its purpose. There are those without whose efforts this book, the best Cwe hopej PANTHER TRAILS ever published, would not have been possible. The staff would like to thank all of you. With these thoughts, we proudly present to you, the students, your new PANTHER TRAILS. The PANTHER TRAILS Staff 4. 3 1 CONTENTS Organizations- pages 50 through 89 Sports- pages 90 through 115 Classes- pages 116 through 173 Advertising- 1 pages 174 through 200 S ' i,' Seniors Select . . f eAe e ., A ' ii . V ,""' K ,,. Q Sparkling Mrs. Sullivan at work in class. This year the Seniors have chosen for their favorite teacher the smiling little lady often seen bouncing down the corridors of Amphitheater High School, Mrs. Elsie Sullivan. She can be seen almost any day of the year scurrying to and from her classes, smiling at all who meet her. Just one of the many reasons that Mrs. Sullivan is so popular among the students is the gay and happy manner with which she does her work. Another is the interest she takes in all of her students. Mrs. Sullivan has taught at the high school off and on since 1948, taking off occasionally to teach at the Jr. High School and to have two of their three children. With a lawyer husband and three children to care for, Mrs. Sullivan's life certainly has a great deal of variety. Children Susie, Tim, and Terry must have quite a time trying to keep up with their zestful mother. Mrs. Sullivan has taught all grades of English since her arrival at Amphi. Most of the students have been in at least one of her English classes. The annual staif is extremely proud to present the 1959-60 edition of the PANTHER TRAILS to Mrs. Elsie Sullivan. Sullivan ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY ADMINISTR TIO li 5 Q af I A iv?- I I , x Q' 9 1 I tl G ,x--H 1 EI! ' 1 PEYTON REAVIS PRINCIPAL Panhandle A. 8a M. College, B.S., George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A. H134 MARION DONALDSON SUPERINTENDENT Arizona State College at Tempe, B.A. University of Southern California, M.S. University of Arizona, Ed.D. LAWRENCE CROSS ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Fletcher College, B.A. University of Iowa, M.A. BRUCE E. MILLER ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Simpson College, B.A. Arizona State College Flagstaff, M.A. 9 SCHOOL BO RD fl. to r.J Mr. Lawrence Boolg Mr. Charles G. Whitehead, Mr. George Morse, Clerk, Mrs. Edward I Russell, Mr. Roy Bullington, president. ESTHER PARRIS Dean of Girls University of Arizona, B.S., M.A. ROBERT A. HIATT Dean of Boys Otterbein College, B.S. University of Arizona, M.Ed. OFFICE STAFF fl. to r.J Miss Renee Sasaidekg Mrs. Iva Brown, Mrs. Flo Batsong Mrs. Frankie Dalrympleg Mrs. Sybil Gates. BOOKSTORE MANAGERS Mary McDormang Calvin Brown. 9 .46n4n4:a sb ....4..44--P fs..-?4 .. ....,..-s- ,,L,..aLoh , .44--1 ,5--754-964 azzv ,a- -5--' ,,,--.-- s-IIIbt.s.., , . . ,Q ::::f ' . I y X A 1 I 'Q A ' 4' KA 4' Q ix. 1 Y W 4 L 433, - - 2 me A C '3 ' qs? MILDRED BAKER VIVIAN BANCROFT MARY LITA BEEGHLEY BOB BENCEK English, Girls' Counselor Hornemaking English. u U Metal Shop Iowa Wesleyan College, University of Arizona, University of WISCODSIII, Miami University B.A., University of Arizona, M.A., B.A. B-A-, M-A- Arizona State College, M,Ed, University of Arizona Flagstaff, M,A. FACULTY I .1 'x f X1 MARY ANN BENSON Business Training, Advanced Typing Hunter College, B.A. New York University, M.A. ff.. 'L 1 5. ua- l x ED BERGMAN Mechanical and Architectural Drafting Arizona State College, Flagstaff, B.S., M.A. Driver Training 'x MAURICE E. BRANTLEY History, English, Stetson University, B.A. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.D. . ,X f I 1 , , , V V' "" . f lr f ' . N, ll 'W H . :fun l ' l ' gf '- ' z, f,-. I ...I r x I2 0,0 . , .',.nf'ffT35i - ' l 1 zfzlvbl K i H K V V4 .fr Q? ' - . , i , .ig . li CALVIN BROWN O. J. CAYOU ROBERT COWELL TUYDTII-Q General llflath History Arizona State University, Iowa University, B.A. Fresno State, B,A, Tempe, B.A.. University of Arizona, M.Ed. 10 JOHN F. COMBS Biology, Visual Aids University of Arizona B.S., M.Ed. Ga W., ' -"" y , A ..,t ,t LILLIAN COOPER English University of Arizona, B.A. N.. If '. Q, s 1 I . i C. R. DE PASCAL History, Driver Training, Football, Baseball .mi " e ' Greet heeaa aeffvanafiw fi 'lrr 224- Hlihiegaefefniihi ' . ' - I3 5 H -. tile- ' :aj-eggpgai ' - A J 1 A J' K ,,,, in , H t Ira?--.1 if 1, V 'fi V- i A ,feast -sis A f aaaeq - i ' lei L 2EE9W, A5fWM254aa E, ygciieea L ,, i. ,.J'gx,,. X75 , ,, gs,.,.r,t , K' 344922323 L l Z-ret:-:f,:45g ,-+ "V" I .M1:7f?L:5,1l'1?:-'i'1'4.4f'5E3i5-"-:M LOWELL DE WEERD Journalism, Consumer Education and Sales University of Wichita, B.A. Hope College, B,A, MEMBERS .+L , ,L tit teiaf GLADDEN ELLIOTT Bookkeeping, Commercial Law, Economic Geography Wyoming University, B.C.S. Denver University, M.C.S. i '.j:3,'f. P' ff? f ea ff, f 5,5 , , 3 , -.19 ,,:1.1a1,i+:,f 2 A ,, f W ,, e e 6 'P' db' University of Arizona, B.A., RICHARD G. EVANS ADA FUGATE WILLIAM FUNK W00d Shop, Track I Secretarial Training, Choral Music Arizona State University, Shorthand Tempe: B-S-f M-A- Columbia University, M.A., GEORGE GENUNG Physical Education University of Arizona, B.S., Colorado State Teachers College, M.A. Augustana College, B.A., Gregg College, Teacher's Diploma f J , I 4 4,1 .,,, 1 K, i,,ig,afg Qefy3ga io. i?5g535if!ffTf D CLIFFORD HAUGI-I Algebra I, II, Plane Geometry University of Arizona, B.S., M.A. GRETCHEN HAWKE English University of Wisconsin, B.S., University of Arizona M.A., Detroit Institute of Music, San Diego State College, Chapman College ia.-L J ,i,a 5 ' 5' j ,fi ' , 1 . V i 1 , f, "e" A " bfi A-Jen WILLIAM F. HENDRIX Vocational Agriculture Arizona State University, Tempe, B.A., University of Arizona, B.S., M.A. 1 1 wi. , ,J R " wif. ,J L V, - 1. ,E li -fri! A 1- 1+-I. ui- 'ru -nw V ' 'P 4.-' ' " fr , L- ,l fyl " Y '. gt. ' .x. t ,tl Ts - we ,f-Q: Mm- V new v-5,',. X Q-. ' Q1 lg 'ev fla,-li-' .- '.' 4, 1 . f 'f ' A'-"" an-Q! 'a , 1 1' 1 r ., y,g,.,.,' - 'vi -of 1 ' gn 11.-1 H-. -. 1. v 'I Lge-' SHEA R. HESLEP Math, Shop, J. V. Football Arizona State College, Flagstaff, B.S. FX KATHARINE HIPPLE Art and Crafts Edinboro State Teachers College, B.S. Columbia University, M.A. LEONA JENSON Home Economics University of New Mexico, B.S., Colorado State University, M.S. ' Q- -tr. ,rr ,,, A X f 1f:.fS'fif's 1 1' Wttvii Jlilkiglliiwx ' jf' itlggltc, 'ENN fill alt' I 5' liZiifQitt2lmt.t. lag 4 it THOMAS P. JORDAN Algebra, Plane Geometry Canisius College, B.S. University of Arizona, M.A .42 gb' if .M Q i' , 1 uv I gat. ill ,ii S 1 niet-H ', "i , - N af 5 ll " " , lliiirfalf'-. ' 1 'ie A t , .iflf li'r, Y ...A Q ' at L . t. . T . pr" ' ii ug All f fgQ'e,jg,? Nr, Lf, , rf H+., H I V,fi,,Lx..' V -1- f.',7f'f5 -ar i 'iii at '-f-' l C.. - Sf? f aw S zap ROBERT KRANS O. H. LAMMERS SAMUEL LO MAGLIO Algebra, Trigonometry, History, Social Studies French, English Solid Geometry Upper Iowa University, New York State College, Hope College, B.A. B.A., University of B.S., University of Arizona, M.Ed. Arizona, M.Ed. '41-7 LUGARDA O. MANZO SHARPE MARSHALL MURL MCCAIN 5PU"i-VI1 HWOVJ' Physical Education, Football Arizona State University. De Paul University, M.A. University of Arizona, B.S. Tempe. University of University of Arizona, Arizona. B.A.. M.A. M.Ed. ?- V .--57,22 'l DEAN METZ Biology University of Arizona, B.S. 12 . W' M-M .,f MIRIAM MOREY BILL MURPHEY RICHARD MURRAY ALEX MYERS Librarian American Problems History, Spanish Social Studies, Business Geneva College, B.A. University of Arizona, Dartmouth College, B.A. Training University of Illinois, B.S. B.A., M.Ed. University of Arizona, M.A. University of the South, GLADYS PHILLIPS English Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.S., New York UI11Yf'??5?tYf MA' B.A., University of Arizona, M.A. - i f "ect t .- ltgffff' J fxzrvg :-.": ' pt. ,J , ,K .4 q u, f zffz-, rf Q! N U VW-2, Lg ' it 724' , ,V 1. 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University of Colorado a,u1,. : "'f"' rw,-1,-f'f'ff:-mf:wt-,ew ,rjffzfgxr nanny , fzaannt l2?f""1"ft7'V'7 , , 'I'-"Q.3'f1-'fiff-iii?Ui',:'f'i" f ,.., I ,,,.. ' 7 , 'got if aflli f ,, y ' g tttt - ,,,,,, arifmyfWYn?VGE4W tlltl t,,tt TALMAGE POMEROY Chemistry and Physics Arizona State University, Tempe, B.S., University of Arizona, M.Ed. RICHARD POWELL ROBERT RICHTER Social Studies Algebra, Geometry, Tennis Iowa State Teachers University of Arizona, College, B.A. B.S., M.Ed. 13 EDNA MAY ROTEN English Arizona State College, Flagstaff, B.A., lvalencel Electro 5 Planetary drqm .vu i v New -H amish I if f- we fi?-6 1, is ,L . ,gif it fi I gagvg . si ,35A , , Z ' f -ff' 'Q ' LT 3 2 V I P :A V J: 'JBr 79 f ' ': 2' nw. E A pl... , A 53--f i ni - ' Q" -A,' af.-' Q 'Q nf-L ii. " 4'-J .,f. gr i,l , 5 g f V ..,- ., ,. ,. A1 A it- V. , DOUGLAS SCOTT Physical Science, Photography University of Arizona, Northwestern B.S., M.Ed. University, M.A. n 1 A. 'f . A51 Vlt y 'I V ,L F M M bv g irii I I i yl il i. I "l l i ' 5 li ' ., it J 11-fir? vigil, ,, If I. it v S f :ll- 'M ill A I 1 ilil! , , igffi f Neg if 'fl ll-,llflll lltw lpg' ' -gf. , ga, , ' ,f lf ll il tl flip ' 'I ,gi 2- I I' li igg ' ,it il ,'i, , . ,4 W w ill it 'ff' ALLAN STERRETT ELSIE SULLIVAN English English Coe College, Northwestern, University of Arizona, B.A., M.Ed. R , l JOHNNY TISSAW Driver Training, Physical Education Arizona State College, Flagstaff. B.S., M.A. Westhampton College University of Richmond, B.A., George Washington University, University of Arizona bf , ., 'i -, ff., 1, , , 1 '.' , HAL WAYTE History Arizona State College, Flagstaff. University of New Mexico, University of Arizona, B.A., U.C.L.A. 16' 'lg T: .7 FRANCES SMUTZ MINNIE ROSE SNOW English Physical Education University of Nebraska, B.S. Indiana University, B.S., Portland State University University of Arizona S Q1 -. X .,' ag .,,,-W I ,. , I . i'v"i y DoRoTHY SWOFFORD Physical Education University of Kansas, B.S., M.S. i BARBARA WIERSEMA Drama, Speech, English University of Michigan University of New Mexico University of Arizona, B.A., M.A. University of Arizona, M.Ed. J' l ' "ffl 'Q .arg 4. 9 ,G ' . J ' ' i I-A' . i . - ap I -1 HAROLD O. TAYLOR Biology Whitewater State College, B.Ed., University of New Mexico, M.S., Colorado State College, Ed.D. W'-2,1 K , LAWRENCE WILSON Band, Orchestra University of Arizona, B.A 14 CAFETERIA STAFF E- K . . We I xl 9 r - ,K R K :.1i:A:7! K E s , J h s y , A E M E N E s M ,ggi 1 J A , s"w-we ,Q it , J - 1 . 5'-H .QSM - X 93- 1 ' -iii s fr-QT if ' 'H "L . 'S .M , X , Q.-wg X , V if ' 2 ',"" ,Q Z " - if ' it ' ' J 314 .,.- ' Fl sfii i -. - 'J' ,, ' X, E QV A V V-' mzlifiil l. if-ff? if A 5 5. ' f if Yi srsi .gf jlj W . . . f b A 4 , , ' fy' I ' ' ,"A J ' " " i ', .53 f I. V I , . Q ti I in A.LL ,K to ,, mio, asf 1 tk f' M5 , V ' 1 'l J 5' ' Q? - tb , , , W. '1:z.fgii'1'3" - . ' 'Tn-,' , 1, -' W k - , ,X f 2:f5:,:L,,1', J 5 ' Q45 ' .L -L K ' I ff: 114' 4.2 f Front row: Minnie Williamsg Una Briggsg Blanche Hukillg Rose Feeg Mary Murrayg Mary Mathewson' Esther Rumohr. Back row: Elsie King, managerg Erma Ficzerig Enid McHollandg Nellie Howardg Mary Knightg Mary Lawrenceg Evelyn Hansong and Clara O'Conner. J AN ITORS J J ,J dbbqn E 'V' ,, ,Y-4 Janitors left to right are: Walter Hastings, John Lahiff, John Drumm, Albert Clay SCHGOL LIFE 'WF -W f "'f I -!'.ig "' Throughout 959-'60 In viewing the spectrum of student activity at Amphi- theater, great variety can be observed. Clubs, athletics, and social groups offer pleasant diversion to students through- out the school year. Pursuit of knowledge remains our objective though we strive also to develop our various interests. In retrospect perhaps we will realize the importance of our high school career. Four years we have spent in culti- vating relationships, acquiring knowledge, and preparing ourselves for future. Each new experience has supple- mented our metamorphosis. Each new year has found us matured. The 1959-60 school year has been a year of growth. Enrollment has soared and construction of additions to the campus have begun. In the future with these new facilities, each of our school lives will be enrichened. 18 ., f' ,. , N of s " V+ r 'Q , '31, Viv . 559 4 ,Vx 'A .V 'V V 'ff', "'f' , wfg. s: . ,x r :aj . V V 5 V 3 'figg fj3. 'V ' A. 'A j uf, 4, . V. 'jig-" X - '- QS M ,Mqw ,qk'I1,3, Jg FV 31.9-1' 9, ,g2'XVf ., ,g,,-Vg.-3,-.,V:,,V, V V A- VAVV1- V,, VXVVVVVQVVV5 -V , fm? -Q , ., ' V3-V' 9,-H , Mxaxjygl lj' ,V g VLVMA . V ,,qrS?V.1,f-QV JV V wsh L 4.11, will A Vw I ,V V' V VV CA 51VjVV.VV V 'VV---MV' - V VV .V V V. -V . V V V V swf. 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Interesting experiments performed in Chemistry lab. ,f n Classes Cater Interests Varied . ,'.,,,,,,':':m 4? N, ., ,.5... fe lli. lffgf .. t i W, , . V V,!VV ,4 f 1 i ' ' -ee'L Z9 e"' a .451 - i' e A.eee Vocational training is 4,335 e s- an 1 , sfQ:g1.,',-L " s..',-,f5,f45'l:g-f" - f any It 1312 fi - , M offered 1n shops. A .1 Q .- il .,,7 K ADAM, "Ti, 'T'ii7"' s - . . t . H' 1-af' A2221 :if "1-fi . , if M . w- K-lv" 1 .mfs - , ' . 3, - ff-l aw mei ' .1 -4x,i-,- ,,-, 'liiiiiifisfztfifi - ' P 2, VV,, 3 ii gpm J ,,', all k K L :'i5,,:.,'kri.:,!.iV , 4,47 Q, F, it k J V V ij-1 52??,v.... kyyr Z . ,A ,,,,k, I I , x A L. ,,.,.,, 4,4 ' , it "" fx- if swf ff ' " iffff' 'V . ' f " 4 1 .,--. w 4,-.-.,-if ..-.- .,, rs, Q ,,' ,. ---,-.-.4 gi., . - iw. e.. 3 s 'g'A ' -b,' ., ---- :-:swf ,ea .. 1.4-yf..n. -. .A -..1.. -Z. 1-Q--1 1 Seniors scrutinize American Problems. Drama students interpret "Sparkin'," a light farce New interests explored by Biology class. Students Utilize Free Periods For Study And Social Life f 1 N. 4527 V " ,mv Qf 9 fL ' " K , 2 ,. 6-Eff' 3 Q Q, W ,ff X7 COLLEGI TE TYLE GAIN POPUL RITY Bob Hurst. Bubbles and Boogies, tremendously popular this year, are modeled coyly by Mary Lou Kantz and Carol Denson, Sandy Popp, and Nancy McCoy soak up the sun in their summer cottons. -1-' -4. Tom Childers and Jim Shiff display cardigan sweaters, perfect for school wear, while discussing their trig. 24 Apple craze hits Amphi and students can be seen crowded around the Fruit-O- Matic at all times of the day. E IORS PICK BE T DRESSED Pictured in casual dress are: best-dressed girl Tena McDan1els and best dressed boy Tommy Acevedo. 5 IGHT L FE Hx CAM US CANDID 1 w Mr. Miller gives his Christmas gift a wary look as Seniors watch. History Club members debate topics of importance. Thespians clown as tension of opening night wears off 1 -, mi..-ff f'f,'f hw wynygw,-1,m:.nn-agz.nmL.iMt , ,mr-Q1 ,-Mf-m--ifw-g-1- I 11 1 z..r-vf.:f.gM1,.f,-of-if-.1-lx ,g - V rm-rm' .fnfwy , -gvomnnwmuuu ACTIVITIES AMPHI BOASTS ', ' . gfjyf 1 .Q ,J-Ae-Fafpa pp,a2,f!4a,f ffj 21 W 'Sf w QQ' 6?- ..,X W. V, -.- V, f -rf 4 gy QV QQ, ,Q r 'QV A jf' 6' ,I x w, KING LARRY THE ASSEMBLY THE RALLY 30 A-DAY SPIRIT My Ea? .,,- A 5-if 6 fsf Q '90 ir. 3 ff O ,, ,E L-, 'ffffqffm X3 ,f'x.. AP-3' "1 VQWJQX X ,,A.Aj:Z,, , , VT .,7, , 'ff' THE DA QUEEN GLORIA NCE THE GAME 31 ,,.,.-l Party 32 Twirp Week Brings an Activities pretty hard time doesn't it? Terry Howell, Frank Grifliin, and Randy Batson seem to be taking . .',. '.1b'3ft21Z?4+ZQ?fi'1 ,gzwivrvfg --" 32: 24-effifsfrk' 4213:-2: vw ,,ff 5:14-4415-2 A , , 5 rj: '- 15,9 -gf:-V 9 v ' .. Nelson, Looks as though the boys are giving the girls a advantage of the service of Nadine Bonnie Hagen, and Sandy Popp. Z'i-- NH ' -:e f Q 1 tv, ,,,, 1, F2151-'1 if ip. ,. "ilk Y52,ig5y:Q1, 1 1 ' 521551 file 7, T ,T fiiifzl f l -f ,.I'1G' .. fb ff ,t .V 5 ..V, i .3 A if if. 4,-if Jil , f x I Z P ' ' 1 I 1.7 7 . aw ,f f:14.1f'E1'lX .1:ww-- - ' 'dit ' T - , .- ,- ,. v ,g ' f ..f,,.,t,'4-,L - . -, V, ,. . , . 1 Z ' , 153,-fzzfjfijt, , You guessed it! These are the prize winners , gy t -,2 . g s nf J Y A from the Twirp Week Sock Hop, Sandy l T f-14, ff.. xg may T ,Ig eff Smith and Terry Howell' Mf5k:"'2-Q, T yttt . MSS' S ' '!n,n2E,'.s.,', I if s ' .-W:r'f351fi5'1 will e -11325: -e s' 'nv' . Q ' z :af fa vw:-a. in 1 1 1 , ' 5,555-,.i V'-515555 ::::i0.l3 'Q m . J. ' FQ ' f:f32533"" X ff' 'f ff - 3'3,ag.g:ff5,4i:f :Z 1, I .ujjgg s 1 l 14, , 1 f-1 , ' I , ,. f . 2 f' ' , 5 f , -4 Jager -V xy: - f elif, uit... . ., . V , , V ,, ZYKV jg y 1 35- 'tn g NL 1 H -" ' '1-'Y 1 A ' lr K' 5 7 ue: Anon,-, L .AL A yew in T Shown above are the winners of the Twirp Week talent show. They are, left to right, iTrula Day, Margaret Doty, Kathy Lutich, 33 and Cheryl Falkins. xi' MANY VARIED ACTIVITIES x V I ' M431 f I Ls-- ' ITP -. I VIQI ,, .N V 1' we ik 'id hs , ATTRACT AMPHI STUDENTS 7- 4989 ,Y Students Sport Western Duds .-sg' "Ss 4. X X gill!-7-'5""'f ' " This is the rodeo royalty as seen at the Rodeo Booth and Bonnie Schulte, queensg Patsy Har- Dance. They are from left to right - Linda rington jr' Patsy Hand fresh. Blakely, soph. Gloria Chambers, sr.g Beverly , I, , I :UQ -bg, , -., s Above is a candid shot taken at the Rodeo Dance. X :gli iffy fdlit 41 l .. f' I pitfall- - I hills? r, iv 'J , ,aff K - t fe v ,- , 'A , V- 1 '+ ., 1? ff, 'l , ,,,.,.,. , ,. e gn-.1-',.-cw Q, f a '.j-.1 ,1 U ,I ' f.,,-,na : I 9 - - T -4 Q , , .K 1 I H M' with RUIYU l IWW Q l nr 1 awww-vw' NIFQZNW' WW "WY 9 . Terry Sullivan and Bill Flint are spreading the news of the Rodeo Dance. , - , ,l,,t,,1. l, l,,1,,,,-,Y LET E CALL YOU SWEETHEART F.F.A. Sweetheart Rose Steger, her attendants Carolyn Heckle and Sue Schibley, are pictured as they appeared at the F.F.A. Sweetheart Ball. Above is a candid shot taken at the F.F.A. Sweet- heart Ball. Richard Sotomayor and Harold Callagan have pre- sented Jeanne Coward with a big box of chocolates Jeanne was the girl with the most heart-shaped lips ROYALTY ,-g mr ,lefty nl f.g.41.g-4-.gfuf h x 7 Q XT N uf gfffx-Q K 5, if :X N.-xuxkj 'Ll xA X K3 xWxAS .A+H QF-0 ' D LF'i.fNA,j1 MA Day Kung and Queen 5 x X K S y 139- -.-L Y X x NW' xkf' ,. X Lxmx wks ,.. T 2 X Y 1 Y- gh 'Er X 8.5 Yr X 'xx' .. .1-' 1 X " x 4 'mx 'xx 'Q ,-, ., ,. X y N . ZLILQI: ss X x x ' X U u- SN. v .-- 'X w xv 'E XWLK5' 'N A Q1 X L. L4 -fy. xj 8:3-b F1 1. 'W ikila. 3 -Wig x lx, ' I v- : f-Q Wire A Q. , 1: 1 lwgkgffr P r v4 .4 Y V ' : X x Shi :us 'Q N' wx-.H is fzffl f -12 4 -,l,s.N.x f- 4 . rf 1' Nb. -. n . f 8 I W x 1 Ni:'3!J.' l .B qxa-'T' iijk., Q to V . '33 'a 55.1.-T ' :Q nil-441: 1 gs-'X 11 11,114 . .. ,' I F x 12-7vY': ,. . s, 54' ,s' all 55 ,fix Lnkskx K1 RH. 1- ,a, sxx'. six xv w, ., Ax v f M -4 ,Y, '5-' 41 THE ATTENDANTS Senior Attendant "'T""x Q .bi af 1 SALLY FERGUSON Attendant VICKIE BRAZEAL Junior Attendant ,rm 'a T' R I ,wut TOBY HOOD Freshman Attendant DQ We XX, if M- N N' ,E x s A A 1 A-L 0121513 x,.1-wgw-k'.f, . Q. 4, .2 ,,.,. ,,K ,f,v, ,.,. V g ,:.,1.pM g1fa.'4Ef.'.,, 5 22, ft .gjxf in-i .g t 1 fi fifcg. 1, ff' ,V 1 A jf ' .-if ff . ref-te-ff:"t-aft 'b-'A 1, fly., T 27.2" ' ' , L, I' 352 ' T'f.w,-Q, N' . f 'Fifi , -A21 ' A: Qf,, V + 14 If A ' ,., Q..i4QQ ' Z ' A - . - X A ' f O jijr-Jliagu ' 'Z . i ,J l':f--me , Ygiifef i I f , .',t. Q L,,, 52,5 4 ig ' K " . 115: Y'-2'i'1,::fQ,l , '- fgzf , 1: , 1 H ' i fi ' . . A 4 A 2 I S .tiwai A I I K ,Z 1 , Z V- I . ., f' . -' . L' - - f iff? at F J It -"J ' ,, NX if 2 f ' 1 . SAMMIE COLLINS vw. - ING GLENN Q EN JAN SOPHOMGRE KING AND QUEEN FRESHMEN KING AND QUEEN ' IKING-TUCK LISKA E QUEEN-SHIRLEY R THE ATTENDENTS Senior Attendant GLORIA CHAMBERS Sophomore Attendant ' "" ' 'fl A 1. , :V,oV in 1 S ,:,,, - f', . , " f ,V f ,Lf-,ard , 'f " . . 'if an "' Q ' I f !' 1 A A . T2 . fe T , f t A 3 tnntn .,'t t -4 tn A A sf an , V , nntft T Ig V LINDA BLAKELY Junierrwendant Wi? . VIV: Iq .. t r t A o t f V U ,,,,,k. Z 4 A,"' ,V U , tn n din A . It A 1 'et' "t' A L PATSY HARRINGTON Freshman Attendant PATSY HAND PROM QUEEN BETH CLARE ORGANIZATIONS Student Body Glfieers "H ads Q lQ -,j! ' Paul Crumbacher President Randy Batson Vice-President Gloria Chambers Secretary Student Council Members ,xq,q- 'mfg f.,"Q,'5x7h.q:w'1! 1 F K 11- 9 "sql iii A "Ninn Zip :A,,,'f' an 4' 3 .43 V 3' 4 U 4, bij ' g fh i F' A - fhg v wff' K E' T W? 4- K Ik ln, tlff. '-' I I ian. A f Xt 'W S 1 ! f fv- 1'Vi.g,4.-tai? r 5 '. ' 7' ., wfaaa-'Ax A - ,rig 1 .S 44 , 'N- Student council members pictured left to Chambers. Salley Ferguson. Shirley Rucker, right are: sitting, Linda Blakely, Linda Hinman, Gloria and Martha Mansur. Standing, Bill Flint, Bob Childers, Tom Childers, Randy Batson, Paul Crumbacher, and Bob Heinig. .Qui ibn"- Tom Childers Treasurer dvisory Council The Advisory Council of Amphi is composed of all Home Room presidents and the members of Student Council. Paul Crumbacher is the presiding officer Inter Club Council Pictured left to right are, back row: Frank Slaby, Paul Crumbacher, Richard Perry, Bob Heinig, Brent Stater, Tom Childers, Bill Flint, Bob Kersch, Cecelia Frederick, Kathy Day, Mr. Miller, sponsor, Gloria Chambers, Sally Ferguson, Irma Ficzeri, Carolyn 53 Heckle, and Bobby Childers. Front row: Kathy Hope, Horst Linnimann, Tena McDaniel, Bonnie Schulte, Patricia Thompson, Joan Thompson, Donna Harshbarger, Shirley Rucker, Randy Batson, and Johnny Bain. Projectionist Club kv , Wu' 3 .. Q.. , . w .- - :sail 1 - - .f-1" ,. Q , if, .. g 1 ., 1 X2 . in 4 :lf- t 5 A 4, qi. 'Q li x N . s -M.- Projcctionists Club left to right: Mr. Combs, Sam Camp,Sam McAnally, Bob Hasbrouck, Friov Cathey Dan Powell, Stuart Benshon, Dave Middleton, Clarence Green, James Madson, Jacil McLamb. uniors rganize Tri-Hi-Y i I l 1 0 0 . 3 Top row left to right: Mrs. Yocum, sponsor, Dena Curtis, Johnnie Wrinkle. Alice Cuthbertson, Marcia Roaderick. Dixie Dearing, Carol Dee Ferguson. Barbara Yocum. Susan Schibley, Nancy Nathan and Sharon Ingram. Second row: Patsy .Y. Quirk, Joyce Dugan, Linda Hinman, Trula Day, Sandy Johnson, Patsy Harrington, Kathy Day and Carolyn Heckel. Third row: Judy Nordale, Bar- bara Miller, Herlinda Gustelum, Rita Wright and Karen Fiscel. :XV Honor Society The members of the Honor Society in the back Kearney, Brenda Ezell, Paul Scott, and Brent row left to right are: Roslyn Kerrick, Susan Stater. Seated in the front row are: Dick Mac- Cherry, Pat Thompson, Gloria Chambers, Mr. donald, Kathy Hope, Bob Kersch, Annette Ver Sterrett fsponsorl, Sally Ferguson, Molly Gim- Velde, Sue Kimsey, Karen Donaldson, Joyce mestad, Tom Childers, Rebecca Rosenthal, Ken Saint, Judy Stockton, and Frank Griffin. Honor Society Officers Oliicers are left to right: Frank Griffin, treasurerg dent, Karen Donaldson, vice president, and Ken Pat Thompson, secretary, Sally Ferguson, presi- Kearney, parliamentarian. 55 Art lub - The Art Club members above in the front row left to right are: Larry Vance, Bill Minier, Charles Light, June Sherrill, Donna Harshbarger, Judy Boettcher, Jane Hansen, Toby Hood, and Beverly Wise. The second row left to right they are: Cary Cook, Ronald Green, Diane Clark, Karen Smith, Martha Waterman, Linda Soho, Miss Hipple CsponsorJ, Renny Harrison, Susie Ash, Clyde Helmstetter, Judy Tidwell, Sandra Johnson, Donna Ellison, Marietta Aragon, and Patsy Donohoe. Art Club Officers I 37 5 ' The Art Club officers above are. front row left to right: Clyde Helmstetter, Judy Tidwell. and Judy Boettcher. The back row of officers are: Marietta Aragon, Diane Clark. Donna Harshbarger. and Toby Hood. sl . 2 'L 1- lf, pf' , . I . if .gd-Q....4 ,4-,X . , . The above picture was taken on the annual sketching hike, which was held in October. All are members of Art Club. Pictured above are two of the Art Club members making posters for a school activif" rt Club ctivities LH. f ' n :ff 1 M- I J ' ' Q fX .,, 'LJ ,L..A.,-k" T ena McDaniel senior Squad Irma Ficzeri .,:.,,.1 - .rf . . senior i u Q7 in N, ' f x i iyx 4 ,,,,,.,,.- Q.. -A . i nv wean mom- X , ..,...-....,.,, T--wh-4 f i ra-an-as-J ,V ,X -QQ--vw., fi' i W A. 5' - a T A B Y g Y i-3? , cv ' A ' ' Q , Y x Z fs 1 I 1 I 4 K x I X... "JH, M ,f' ':- 1 , X gr ,V Y il Y iw 'i 5 1-,A 7 Alexis ,3 ' l L LL - .1 Sharon Jgyal L11?i,15,.'f'fT?jiafL, head cheerleader, Sf2f1i0f Nancy Nathan X CCPSPC, , The Panther Judy Nordale junior Cheerleaders Rose Steger junior I IJ I Y I., M X 58 'N 7ElNs1lI' EB-5f",':: nf ' CQ. ' Squad Cheerleaders Pictured l. to r. Suzanne Bellinger, Ruth Hedrick, Johnie Wrinkle Chead cheerleaderj, Dena Curtis, and Karen Yager. Fre hmen Marilyn Dalrymple HEAD Kathy O'Neil 59 Cheerleaders A , 1,14 9 ::',f21,g"'5 K, , yay 451, '- ' H 91 4-f. w w f -: .V -zz .-3:1 15'-H4 g fs ff ww' wb H ara- 4 u , 5 .pZp5:,f,:f f:1-A, :iff ,M -:Q ' Wy- M 1 1 1. , H' " I ,11 g, : , , " ' , '32 U ,V ,Y 7, f-457E?'Qf A4-ww. :--za-Q p w:-. w:4 ',f ' 21452 '7 -441' v A 1. . ,J ",,,,J,I:.s1g,:,,,j , i 'fgaiwfqfyifg 44,13 W4 Jw-fl, 1' ' 1g,g:2-E111--ff ii 2' 'gzjq-fyawi-"7 M" "M, .' ,V ' is ,lll,, . , f ,. ' 21: ' 'LM' -if A '1 :i,'.--' 'MY-ffl:?,,' 'efwiw' ,,,. , .0 . .:,'.,Mv5L4 V .f , .,,,,,,. , f, 4, f f , , , 5 6 ,:,..f,9.," ' f f' " 5 wdww. +?i3i51?Z'!ZZ"4-. ' ' f' vw, -' ,'..f5i' ff'if' 522.,.1r"'ZxlZ,::Q1- ,,r :2:4:g4fm:,,1fv.: ,',wmp1w1' ,, Carol Slaminski f1 BETH HUM PH REY Junior-First Year .Jw K ,-.- , , A-. -gy Q A 'S 157' PATSY HARRINGTON Junior-Second year gif? a GLORIA CHAMBERS Senior -First Year x . f AA f' TERRI PRUITT Senior-Second Year ,. Songleaders 1 ..-H'-ii ,gf F, 'ji 'f JOAN THOMPSON 'ix I V - ' Senior--Second Year A ,W-. Iii' .x JL T1--W xx' Q3 V ."" 2 cz' if' KATHY DAY Q! Junior-Head W NIMH . ' A ffmhximiqq, S. X , A-:fm ,X-:J A fp: "Wx A f " M2 A 1 1 K- .. , Vw CT? QD A KAREN FISCEL SUSAIJCI 'SOHIBLY Junior-First Year junior-Fiyhgg Year CAROLYN HECKLE Junior-Second Year A Q J' 4 Q V .,e-f-'vu fi CHATTY WILMORE Sophomore First Year fgazw . L'5I'w1'mi".' Jr... 1 glff C f. . " S , - r' ' ,W A I Y 1 J,.4.!, ,.,J55,'r- , N- L La Q 5 , . f,5f?3 w Alix ,E ,A ,,, , 4 -it-I V .A.A. Grows In Size x l GAA members are: first row left to right Shirley Boaz, Carole Martin, Kathy Cudgell, Barbara Harrison, Barbara Lynch, Mary Cage, Diane Laabs, Carol Terrence, Sheila McPherson, Sally Ferguson and Sally Childers. Second row: Gail Wilson, Nancy Adair, Shirley Rate, Mary Ann Bobbish, Shirley Ferguson, Susann Coate, Martha Waterman, Sylvia Gastellum, Gloria Daniel and Miss Snow. Third row: Pat Crank, Cheryl Riggs, Joyce Herring, Linda Waterman, Mary Ann Bob- CC 99 bish, Johnnie Wrinkle, Mary Ellan Roberts, Anita Hanson, Nancy Witt, Sandra Bostwick and Bar- bara Sanders. Fourth row left to right are: Linda Blakely, Freida Estes, Verna 'Bouchard, Patsy Hand, Madonna Thurston, Irma Ficzeri, Joyce Tylor, Judy Boettcher, Marti Phillips, Vicki Robbins, Nancy Davison, Kathy Sullivan, Sandra Rumohr, Lola Wilson, Roach Karen, Mimi Rus- sell, Mrs. Swafford Csponsorj, Susan Ficzeri and Jackie Rohloif. "A" Club members from left to right are: Sally Ficzeri, Jacque Rohloff, Vickie Trusky, and Mrs. Ferguson, Martha Waterman, Shirley Rate, Irma Swofford, sponsor. Photo Club it Photo Club members kneeling left to right are: Terry Gunderson, Earl Hifldman, Jack Cllfflln Archie Smith, Harold McQueer, Eddie Untch, and Johnny Bain. and Jim Jamison. Standing, left to right are: Photo Club Gffieers Vffljg' Photo Club Oflicers above are left to right: Earl Hindman, presidentg Johnny vice-president. Bain Has Busy Year ' , up rf! ' Q, f im v ' ' U' V rf , 1,1 If fx--x .,,, W ,, , , 'f ' '. is? A 4 ' 171 V ,Q Q f A' :,g:f , f,,, 'af 5- J . N v, v.k7?SiilGA7L'h, W ' 7? , f fy f 'L N' ,- "Q 9 K I , f 'if V , ,,,, A , V qw 1: ,qffqzivlzf 4 1 V 4' I '-', W lfZ7j:,j'iw' 1' ' 5 ty A ,.,m,,4Q. is Q ' ' F .W ' I " . . ' -, f 1' I-my -Ling-in - T. 3 k A , Q - K 7535. 1 'lfigi' 1' f M -, F ff NWN- ""-,jf-,,, , . HWIJU if ' 24,2 -91 3 1454: . Arc 4: T uf. A. lw ef , ws we Penfef Lfmffb 1 MC 1 e-A299 Qi We d11?ere Ilght ,d eff, and ff K O 6 . fW,,,,-A 1 2 - ,..A: Scotia SQOYQZGY5 to On deVe1O1:ECUSS Cal. V U: i ibe eixxa rs, use Of- , , o we heis- mem 5 Fw E31-1 . Bai findm 1 Samxson th D Iygbt 311 Ie and SXY9 D HXQOOY ey ba 1001: J ft, 3 Ve tak at pri J C9619 XO . . y X I Pzctures dgbx if wow 63 Xeii Wye 3 Thespians Excel ies 2 I . V ff ., .. ,, 2' , Q N' . National Thegpiung Sqyciety members pictured Sandra Einbund, Rose Sfeger, Miss Barbara Weil'- above are: left to right, first row: Earl Hindman, sema Csponsorj, Gloria Chambers, Carol Floyd, Tom Childers, Frank Griffith, Richard Athey and and Clyde Helmstetter. Robert Kerschg second row: James Fountain, Enacting a scene from Minor Miracle are left to right: Earl Hindman, Paul Crum backer, Tom Childers, and Jim Shiff. 0- ,.r II iv ANS 3: JIM l U E i Mjx The side picture represents a scene from ,MJ M' Sparkin' with Pat Thompson, Margo Tie- i ' ' man, Bob Kirsh, and Sandy Einbund. d R o H ' 1 g l 'lv 5 il' 64 Under the direction of Miss Barbara Wiersema, In Three Productions Pictured above are Earl Hindman and Jim Shiff 'fhavmg it out" in one of the productions of the Thespians. Pictured above are, left to right, Frank Grifiin, Clyde Helmstetter, and Tom Childers in a scene from the "Rainmaker." the Thespians produced their first full length play of the year, "The Rainmakerf' on December 8, 9, and 10. Gloria Chambers and Earl Hindman starred in the three act production. On February 23, 24, and 25 the organization undertook a one-act play festival featuring "Minor Miracle," "Box and Cox," "Fumed Oak," and "Sparkin'." "Minor Miracle' was interpreted by Tom Childers, Paul Crumbacher, Jim Shiff, and Earl Hindman, Jim Fountain, Earl Hindman, and Marcia Roaderick starred in "Box and Cox." "Fumed Oak" was portrayed by Clyde Helmstetter, Ann Carroll, Carol Floyd, and Si Chun. In the cast of final play, L'Sparkin',,' were Margo Tieman, Pat Thomp- son, Bob Kersch, and Si Chun. One of these four plays was chosen to be entered in the state Thespian Contest on March 19. The concluding production of the Thespians was an opera, "The Magic Flute." This was done in con- junction with the music department, directed by Mr. William Funk. "The Magic Flute" was produced during the middle of May. H. C. Curry ..... Noah Curry ......... Jim Curry ........ Lizzie Curry ........ File .............. ..... Sheriff Thomas ....... Bill Starbuck ........ Director ......... 65 THE RAINMAKER .......Tom Childers ........Frank Griffin Clyde Helmstetter ..Gloria Chambers .Ellsworth Hanson ........Jim Fountain Earl Hindman Barbara Wiersema Grehestra njoys Excellent Year IST VIOlIN Lucille Dalton Marilyn Moore Helen Bryan Jackie Boot Alice Barry 2ND VIOLIN Julie de Azevedo Linda Soho Florence Bequettc CELLO Shirley Bordeaux BASS Sam Hinton FLUTE Mary ColTey Kristi Smith Mimi Russell Nancy Neilson OBOE Ronald Laws BASSOON Stanley Soho S 51 T7 1' , 11 The orchestra oflicers pictured above are, front row left to right: Marilyn Moore. librarian: Helen Bryan. sec'y treas.1 Lucille Dalton, concert mistress. Back ron left to right: Paul Scott. uniform managerg Fred Bustamante, presi- dent: and Terry Sullivan. vice president. 66 p CLARINET Paul Scott Ronald Jones Cheryl Morrison SAXOPHONE Vicki Lane USHERING BY Jeanie Boone Ruth Ann Stillson Betty Stone FRENCH HORN Terry Sullivan Marvin Collins TRUMPET Charles Jones Eva Ann Adcock Karen Rader TROMBONE John Foster Larry Simpson TUBA Erick Stelfcns PERCUSSION Gerry Williams Fred Bustamante Dennis McNerncy Martha Chambers Science Club Grows lrer ' T T lf 'iii f The Science Club left to right are: Jan Hattala, Gundlach, Richard Perryf, Kristi Smith, Paul Scott, Bob Powers, Ken Kearney, Mark Mount, Frank Doug Fonner, Donna Harshbarger. Seated is Mr. Griflin, Dana Dulf, Frank Slaby, Bob Jones, Leona T. Pomeroy, sponsor of the club. u1ll Sc croll U 1x 'Vir ,,,,,V . ,,,,, ,,,., I ,V ,V,, rr, flyer ,, ' ,I , ,rrrl P 7 p Quill and Scroll members pictured above are Standing are Mr. DeWeerd, sponsor, Sandy Popp, sitting left to right, Nancy Nathan, Treasurer, Carol Densen, Tena McDaniel,Nancy McCoy Ioan Thompson, President, Marcia Roadrick, Randy Batson, and Kathy Day. Vice-Presidentg and Judy Nordale, Secretary. 67 7 Desert Gazette Staff fi A' '76 3 U DX D KATHY DAY MARCIA ROADERICK Nenw lfclilm' FCIIIIIVL' Co-Iicfilm' , bu' - L 3, , .Q 1' I, 'L . a - N . 4, Nj ",415. - 1 . ' SUE MCINERNEY . 1' ' "VN fits Y N V411 A 't 'G 1 QF x fx W 3 1 .-1'-""'1-' SALLY YARNALL Fenrzlre Cu-Ezlimr ' VICKI SHUTT New v Page Qdkxf DAVE LAURITZEN -1 6 1-'N 'W Nas! 435' I- I 10 H N Ci I LEY Sporlx Ifclifw' 4.4 ,ha 1 N t . HURSHEL DAVIS lirl.s'il1c'.s'.s' A4llIIll,Ql'l' l1'ffi'f""l"'Cf'ff'f N S,,0,.,X. Rl,l,m.,l,,. JUDIL HOWARD PAT BOARDMAN 1L.K'C'llflll.L,'L' liflilur Azlve1'1i.x'il1g Panther I falls Staff f . CL- ' A 4 5 V ' ' ' ' f ,L ' X I NANCY MCCOY SANDRA POPP JUDY NORDALE CAROL DENSON l7l'kL'!llIif,flfiOI1.Y F acul f y Slmrls C la.s'.x'e.s' .1:f.' 5' 1 w r, ,J , 15 ,, I T: ' gg 73 ' .-'XV f 1 'Q I3 5 ,., 'fi' 7 'J' f- - I D ' ,Z Q , J i J 3 ' , I - . I - , Y . K , I , ' L will-f F A 1 - . n ' JOAN TLIDMPSON NANwC'Y NAQLHAN MARCIA ROADIZRICK JUl.IIi ISUM .-14-llYlllpj 54-llfml Lffy ' 1 5-l.lm,,l L,-fl, Uwunimn-Um RANDY BATSON , lfdilur Future Homemakers Of America Back row of the Future Homemakers Club are: Mrs. Jenson, sponsor, Beverly Schaffer, Helen Giblin, Marie Messina, Pam Coffman, Mary Ellen Davidson, Margie Mathis, Ingrid Eckholm, Anne McStroul, Patsy Hand, Kay Humphrey, Susan Morris, Donna Irwin, Vicki Sotomayor, Aida ,f ,. 1 If b ,Q , 8 - .- - A f fi -Q41 '- ' H.-,..f - ., , -. 4 -., .- .s' J:-"JI . ', 4.-' Alegria, Anita Hanson, Belia Sotomayor. Seated left to right on the front row are: Nancy Hoover, Beth Ashe, Lola Wilson, Becky Rosenthal, Sue Mclnerney, Cecilia Sotomayor, Margaret Burke, Brenda Ezell, Shirley Mclnerney, Pam Painter, and Sue Winsor. Future Homemakers Officers li' '.-"' 'X its -' xr' Officers are left to right: Brenda Ezell, treasurer, Margaret Burke, parliamentariang Cecilia Sotomayor, parliamentarian: Sue Mclnerney, vice president, and Becky Rosenthal, secretary. Y-Teens Help Needy amilies F I Y-TEENS: First Row, Patsy Harrington, Carol Denson, Linda McKee, Clementine Rios, Rose- mary Nottolini, Shirley Rate, Tena McDaniel, Barbara Peterman, Sandra Rumhor, Lola Wilson, Carol Jones, Linda Blakely, Jane Craven, Barbara Mann, Judy Marks, Lynn Gulett, Mary Cage, Betsy Bond, Second Row: Rose Steger, Kit Henry, Joan Thompson, Sharon Ingram, Trula Day, Sharon Joyal, Kristi Smith, Jackie Rowe, Darlene Houser, JoAnn Schulte, Jane DeMinor, Marsha Florentz, Linda Mynch, Carol Busta- monte, Judy Smith, Third Row: Linda Hinman, Lorrainine Bonnin, Barbara Miller, Johnnie Wrinkle, Jacque Rohlolf, Nancy McCoy, Karen Fiscel, Joyce Cooper, Diane Clark, Nancy Mc- Holland, Ruth Hedrick, Sheri Zeller, Christine Boas, and Bonnie Schulte. Y-TEENS CABINET AND OFFICERS Y-TEENS OFFICERS AND CABINET: l. to r. sitting: Linda Hinman, treasurer: Joan Thompson, corresponding secretary, Tena McDaniel, vice president: Bonnie Schulte. president: Carol Den- son. secretary: Shirley Rate, parliamentariang Cabinet members I. to r., Patsy Harrington, Johnnie Wrinkle, Rosemary Nottoline, Kristi Smith, Karen Fiscel, Nancy MCHOIIHHCL Ki! Henry, and Rose Steger. '- Lettermeifs Club Lettermen pictured l. to r. iirst row: Larry Dunnuck, John Burke, Dan Fitchett, Don Bridges, Paul Holloway, Ron Travis, Bill Mattaush, John Black, Glenn Ezell, Mike Carroll. Second row: Bill Bradley, Dave Neubauer, Bob Heinig, Doug Mathern, Richard Perry, Tom Acevedo, Jim Shiff, Paul Crumbacher, Jim Niegocki, Dave West, Mr. DePascal Csponsorj. Third row: Larry McLaughlin, Norman Smith, Doug Fonner, David Davis, Dick Athey, Richard Mcdonald, Ray Wood, John Uomoto, Wayne Olsen, Elton Marchont, John Giley. Fourth row: Foruth row: John Dicky, George Bivens, George Hagerty, Bob Hurst, Richard Putz, Chuck Johnson, Jerry Hershburger, Jack Hedrick, Earl Hindman, and Jerry Williams. Lettermen's Club sponsored the Harlem Clowns vs. the Tucson Public High School coaches basketball game which was played on Wednesday, Jan. 13. 71 A uture Farmers Are Active ln Agriculture Members of Future Farmers, standing left to right are: John Aragon, Victor Dains, Don Nielson. Henry Leiber, Mike Pierce, Manfred Cripe, Johnny Bain, Dave Mathewson, Russell Savage and Mr. Hendrix, advisor. Sitting: Jim Sullivan, Tom Acevedo, Ron Fish, Leon Teel, Tom Rus- sell, Harold Callaghan, Richard Sotomayor, Dean Richter, Rosemary Nottolini, fchapter sweet- heartj, and Spencer Swingle. Kneeling: Neal Harris, Carl Greuy, Gene Mills, John Earhart, Clark Root, Ken Irwin, Jim Hines, Bill Leonard, and Bob Beard. F.F.A. Officers X Qdhis-s-2... FFA ofhcers left to right are: Harold Callaghan, vice-pres.: Ronald Fish, reponerg Mr. Hendrix, ,cl ii,-,g'-LC, 4- sponsorg Leon Teel, sent., Richard Sotomayer, treas.g Dean Richter, sec., and Tom Russell, pres. l ' OPPORTUNITIES IN AGRICULTURE OUTSTANDING PROJECT S p , t I IP,- fi e it , NINP . PR-I . A .vIP' ' j 1 Q p p S 1 IRQP I 'g"Jkf-"ii I 3' 'ff CB ' .13 S S T . X.,-,1 Q ' K 1 or I 'iff Q- . yhfxsil ' ' If A 5 v . At the State Fair the F.F.A. won Hrst for the booth division. A ACTIVITIES -X ,Asif One of the most outstanding projects of the year was Dominio, an Angus Steer weighing 1260 pounds, raised by Bruce Hart. Bruce took Dominio to the state competition in early January and walked away with the awards for the Best F.F.A. Project and best Arizona Angus Steer. .- :gg FFA tore down some buildings to get the materials. Above is a pic- ture of this project. DISP YS Above is a picture of Richard Soto- mayor placing the display in the trophy case which the FFA had on display during the third week in February. 73 Girls League Features Many Projects ' Q.J....-....,..-. S-, Y ,: V fel, - f ' 3 4 a it Girls' League members pictured left to right kneel- ing: Alice Cuthbertson, Joan Thompson, Sue Cherry, Tena McDaniel, Bonnie Schulte, Sandra Ruhmor, Lola Wilson, Alice Marlor, Rosemary Nottolini, and Bonnie Hagen. Standing: Mrs. Parris, sponsor, Nancy McCoy, Patsy Harrington, Trula Day, Herlinda Gustelum, Joyce Dugan, Sue Brown, Sandy Johnson, Jacque Rohloff, Dale Buzby, Louise Davidson, Joan Winchell, Margo Ashley, Clementina Day, and Carolyn Heckel. Girls, League Girls League members are left to right, back row Marilyn Dalremple, Jane Diminor, Kathy O'Neil, Cheryl Folkins, JoAnn Schulte, Barbara Higgins, Carol Slaminski, Jeanette Cheney, Mary Cage, Bar- bara Mann. Beth Ashe, Darlene Houser, Carol Jones, Nancy Childers. Nancy Neffson, Sue Stiby, Linda Blakely. Second row, Sherri Zeller, Charlene Ballard, Ann Knowles, Gail Wilson, Judy Kennett, Shirley Dugan, Annette Plumer. First row, Darlene Estes Kit Henry, Sylvia Gastelum, Pam Kaufman, Linda Lohman, Patsy Hand, Freda Estes, Sharon Golf, Ruth Hedrick, Nancy Adair, Nancy McHolland, Suzanne Bellinger, Beverly Wise, Jeanette Mac- Gregor, Ann Bailey, Susan Harley, Gerrie Sullivan. fx ' Q 2 'haf kv ' a v , it an m e "'v .1:55: yeas, irl ' League and Cabinet 5 -' 1 . Jw e.' A ,K V ,' 1 ww:2gi,g ,4,', Q if f V' KZ?-'f 4 4 N. ,Q lm W ff"f Lv, "" it -"' nffffr'-L-' . : ir-'fff,'i'Qf'f ff,"' ' '1 v , 'uf' 'V n f ' A verify: t Carolyn Heckel y 'eee ' ' i Ah First Semester J " ' ' Acting President Johneth Wrinkle Acting President Second Semester Jacque Rohloff Secretary s A' Tena McDaniel ,V an V Joan Thgvillqpson Historian , Program airman Bonnie Schulte Julia Ison Carol Denson Parllamenmnan Publicity Chairman Senior Representative V ,VVV ,I H Nancy Adair Devotions Joan Schulte T' ff--,rt-fe 'Pe-f-rf'-fre" :"" fl 'fr'E:3,?225Qf'5'f4?jf:f1:fg, rf' o 'Y 4' f 9 , f v f ' 31 ei , 5 ff fav 3 f' -1,1 V, jf, My y x f A fat, it ' Q 1' :win Karen Fiscel Service Chairman Patsy Harrington Suzanne Bellinger Social Chairman Sophomore Representative ' V 'V ,,,, H' , , iq., X J VM, ,, N "' A . f ' 233' it . , V aiyt t f " pa M62 I ' Mrs. Esther Parris NHUCY MCH01land 75 Sponsor Service Chairman and Beasts 85 Members if T Q.. ff ,gg 1 FLUTE Balld fleets CORNET Mary Colley Sydney McPherson Amy Bullington Joan Hammes Diane Clelland Mary Ellen Davidson Milton Herbster Nancy Hillhouse Lei Lani Breglia Zada Edgar Cathleen Meyer CLARINET Paul Scott Ron Jones Angela Davis Diane Laabs Tom White Carolyn Wagoner Ernest Hoffman Bill Pelland Patricia Burke Marilyn Moore Barbara Higgins David Solomon Pamela Kauffman Beverly Wise Jeanette McGregor BASS CLARINET Claudia Lantry ALTO SAXOPHONE Sandra Morrison Geraldine Bequette Mickey Snowden Cheryl Folkins Linda Soho Al Slater Mary Ann Conrad TENOR SAXOPHONE Brent Stater Ron Laws Etta Morgan BARITONE SAXOPHONE Stanley Soho Vicki Lane 76 -:- 'Q J ., I X ,,, AHS I E, lllxll ,L is ,, Ai A , ,S 44, . . . 1 - K s. xxttl-ltlij 5 B 8009111 Drinn Dfl M sith triuln .e.f'.e"4 Band ollicers are pictured left to right: kneeling, Brent Stater, presi- dent: Dennis Mclnerney, treasurer: standing, Jerry .WilliamS, drum major: Tom Childers, secretaryg and Lloyd Dalton, VlCC-PfC5'dem- Paul Crumbacher Robert Heinig Charles Jones George Donaldson Russell Beard John Burch Glen Ezell Bob Nichols Roger Shelton David Burns Dennis Beers Larry Brown Eva Ann Adcock Nancy Freeman Lloyd Miller Dale Berridge Randy Geddings HORN Tom Childers Terry Sullivan Marvin Collins Jackie Boot TROMBONE Richard McMullen Ron Rife Bill Dewey Bill Belt Ricky Williams Larry Vance Bradley Benson John Foster Clem Mercer BARITONE Lloyd Dalton Terry Howell Charles Rochelle SOUSAPHONE Ray Cottrell David Hardin Grant Wooster Bob Martin Erick Steflens STRING BASS Bill Rosecrans DRUMS John Hammes Dennis McNerney Ricky Mellinger Larry Geller Dennis DeSart Russell Savage Martha Chambers TYMPANI Gerry Williams Graduating Band Members 'M' ,S is-A5-2 QQ 'll' 'rfb y e J -.lf I ,A First Row Left to Right: Gerry Williams, Brent Stater, Lloyd Dalton, Tom Childers, and Dennis McNerney. Second Row Left to Right are Ray Cottrell, Tom White, Stanley Soho, Russell Beard, Paul Scott, Bob Heinig, Paul Crum- y y ' bacher, Angela Davis, Sandra Morrison, Marilyn Moore, and Diana Laabs. Time out for refreshments. 1 Eg 1am+., 1 x.,,.,. DM! as Pep Band add much to school spir' ' ' A I PiPflITP!'! l-anlnxxf ic Q fn-nun AF fl-.m.,. ,.A,.1:.... a- LL, A n 1 . ,. iH J T 1: I K 41 , . JI Caught in an informal moment before the band assembly are some of the band members he year Junior Red Cross AO. 'X The members of Junior Red Cross standing to right are: Peggy Bayless, Donna Daily, Dana Duff, Susie Soflin, Kathy Sullivan, Jeanie Tom, Pat Quirk, Karen Donaldson, George Bivens, Christine Chesley, Bob Hurst, Arlene Belatti, Jay Privette, Roslyn Kerrick, John Earhart, Roger Shelton, Frank Chalmers, Pete Hockings, Myron Miller, David Solomon, and Lloyd Miller. Kneeling left to right are: Regina Lane, Claudia Lantry, Diane Clark, Trula Day, Judy Nordale, Teary Kearney, and Dale Buzby. Chess Club Increases In Size 3 QM if :V nl: I x ' ' H1 ax? 4Qf. Q g 219 4! 1 'Q' -A , ,, Members of the Chess Club pictured above are, Mike Allen, Susann Coate, Frank Slaby, Paul seated: Don lNleStroul, Stan Soho, and Jack Las- Berthelot. David Solomon, Peter Olson, and coach sctcr. Standing. left to right. they are: Cary Cook, Mr. Jordan. 78 H-Y Returns Again High-Y members in the front row left to right are: Sponsor Mr. Sapp, Doug Fonner, Jim Fogl- are: John Burke, Roger Shelton, Bill Thornton, tance, Jon Lundgren, Bill Whatley, Larry Dun- Charles Whitaker, Lloyd Miller, and Doug nuck, and Larry Monrad. Mathern. The back row left to right the members Members of the Math club left to right are: Jones, Stan Soho, Kristi Smith, Frank Slaby Sponsor Mr. ,Krans, Richard Geiger, Charles Cecilia Fredrick, and Dick O'Connor. 79 Pantherettes Add Much To School Activities ' . af 415. f a, , ' .- ffl--,A ' A 1"xt'1:3'f!""Ti fleeflfieviawfma' . re . -B -V ' J f - ai::.1.-c:::4J:f,:wwz::1L1.'.i..'1-4..s- - " -:.,.i:afr 1- "rf"'s1ii A " M -' ,f -, 1 .ff J... .-' ,J - ,Elf - ' -.,Ifi.', ,. -'- . f . :- - , j.-f if ,- J '15 if Qs. A 'P ,, ,f . . rf: .. . - Wow V.:-: ,Vu .Jim ,Lf 4 .1 7,2576 V gg? .,,, ,Y ., .I Q ,ls , r f J , f ,a 'v ,V . fu' f - . ' , J , , ' I , 4 . at i y H ff. R! . I1 , A l, - wh? . L . H - , 5 . . 1 ei li 1 ui a nd 3 ' ' -1 ' T, "L 3, L, , ff-?-f, fi ,Y V ,, , A,f2'5'V'5 f -1-33? " A 1. , -..fri ' 'Tig P lj? ' Ffffgavi ' ' I A ' Sr' I 'Mr' il , gi 2.9 vi., 2' i r V , , . J A I 1 S 4 1 Z Marchers pictured from l.to r. are: Linda King, Molly Gimmestead, Joan Shalvay, Margie Blevins, Sally Yarnell, Jeannie Coward, Lola Wilson, Jo Ann Schulte, Dorothy Akowski, Sharon Goff, Marian Roche, Jackie Rohloff, and Head Marcher Bonnie Schulte. Pantherette Leaders - fe'-f Y i eve ww:-rv imwwwiiv :fran , -,aYi.L-'iv-, ' 1. . , ,V-M.. . 1 V fe-' A - V J J -J 'P A J ' , le ,A 5F'7,44i,v-iz. xxx. gi M-!,,i.3 A ' , 'len -fe fel Hermit 5 Bonnie Schulte and Beverly Booth l l l Marchers pictured from l. to r. are: Head Betty Fountain, Martha Mansur, Linda Blakely Marcher Beverly Booth, Martha James, Sandy Pat Thompson, Janet Bleich, Jo Ann Rosso Rumohr, Barbara Booth, Alice Cuthbertson, Florence Notestean, and Sandy Popp. so p Laura Mae Gray Senior-Head Twirler Carol Dee Ferguson Junior-First Year RLI G SQUA Dixie Dearing Junior-Second Year Margaret Doty Junior-Third Year Chorus Goes On '51-5 ' ""Tf'if'i'lslll'lllI'IlHlll Advanced Vocal Ensemble He-1 This yearis members of the Ad- vanced Vocal Ensemble are, left to right-first row: Don Vick, Pat Morris, Ike Johnson, Molly Gim- mestad, and Jim Stilesg second row: Carl Blanton, Joyce Stough, John Burke, and Bette Boyerg third row: Ron Clark, Elaine Fraley, Dave Lauritzen, Sue Wood, and Terry Howellg fourth row: Phil Weather- spoon, Sandy Edgell, Art Twomey, and Jean Buckwalterg fifth row: Peggy Bayless and Genevieve Bryant. FIRST SOPRANO Sharon Annis Anita Balboa Barbara Blanton 'Bette Boyer Dale Buzby Susan Cherry Christine Chesney Jo Anne Ciotti Jo Anne Culhan Gloria Demers Laurie Dunn Rita Fant Susan Ficzeri Jonalie Herman Marilyn Jackes Sandra Johnson Adrianne Levack Barbara Marsh Tena McDaniel Doris Messinger Nadine Nelson Beverly Oviatt Dorinda Parker Judy Pellham Jennifer Pryor Pat guirk Bren a Reger Clementine Rios Janet Schneidmiller Joan Skinner Estelle Smith 'Joyce Stough Louise Streaman Sue Wicker Diane Williams TENOR 'Carl Blanton Dan Campbell Michael Hamilton 'Ellsworth Hanson 'Terry Howell 'Ike Johnson Bill Sluss Gary Rasmussen 'Art Twomey Chorus Members SECOND SOPRANO Jeannette Allen Patti Barnett Sandy Bartenslager 'Peggy Bayless Carolyn Cox Trula Day Sandra Fraley Herlinda Gastelum 'Molly Gimmestad Shirley Jacob Sue Kimsey Pam Kissinger Pamela Lukoszewski Janice Martin Linda McKee Virginia Ownby Frances Pierce Martie Phillips Wilhe Rothgeb Virginia Rasmussen Vicki Shutt - Sharon Stewart Lola Todd Jeanie Tom Vicky Wilson Sue Windsor Mary Witthoeft 'Sue Wood BASS Mike Allen 'John Burke Benny Cage 'Ronald Clark John Franklin Clarence Green Harold Helming Bill Jaap 'Dave Lauritzen Jeston McArter Larry McLaughlin Jim Pritchard Mike Pierce Don Roberts Peery Shaffer 'Jim Stiles 'Don Vick 'Phil Weatherspoon 83 ALTO Beth Ashe Pat Baca 'Genevieve Bryant 'Jean Buckwalter Anne Carroll Dena Curtis Jean Ann Dick Olivia De Leon Frances Dillie Karen Downey 'Sandra Edgell Sandra Eisenberg Carol Ferguson Karen Fiscel 'Elaine Fraley Donna Franson Renee Gregory Donna Gunnarson Sylvia Gastelum Linda Johnson Anne Jewett Jeannette Kimes Linette Lash Anne Lauritzen Lorna Laffoon Winnie Larson Mary Ann McKearney 'Pat Morris Susan Morse Nan Nye Phoebe Pack Vicki Robbins Geraldine Ruesch Janet Salzman Sandra Lee Smith Sandy Smith Mickey Snowden Mollie Solis Margaret Trimble Dorothy Verhoeven Sarah Westmoreland 'Members of the Advanced Vocal Ensemble Key Club Rises To New Heights Members of the Key Club standing left to right Childers. Kneeling left to right are: Ellisworth are: Bill Coward, Jay Privette, Bill Jaap, Richard Hanson, Dan Fitchett, Frank Griffin, Richard Perry, Bob Childers, Paul Holloway, Bob Craw- Macdonald, Bob Heinig, Mike Carroll, Randy ford, Bill Flint, Dave Neubauer, Paul Crum- Batson, and Tom Russell. bacher, Terry Sullivan, Dave Hatheway, and Tom Key Club Officers Officers are standing left to right: Paul Crumbacher, Jay Privette, Bob Heinig, treasurer: Ellisworth Hanson, vice president, Dave Hatheway, Randy Batson and seated are Tom Childers, president, and Bill Flint, secretary. Key Club Shows The Giving Spirit 3525 ., 1 fm. ,nm ,g K - e i Packing the Thanksgiving boxes from 1. to r. are Dave Hathaway, Tom Russell, Bob Heinig, Bob Childers, and Jay Privette. D4Nf53 I Wiim-ii: 5-fill? s A Pictured above are three Key club members decorating for the Rodeo Dance which Key club sponsored. History Club Eyes The Past -0 Y - Club Picture left to right: Jim Madson, Sandra Einbund, Vicki Shutt, Bill Jaap, Brenda Reger, Bill Flint, Ken Kearney, Leona Gundlach, Mike Farques, Bob Powers, Charles Jones, 121116 HHHSOIL MF- Wayfei SPONSOR TCFFY Kearney. x ' Q33 K Q 'V' 6 k x "A 4' - i Ottieers left to right: Sandra Einbund, reading president: Jane Hansen, vice-presidentg Leona secretary: Terry Kearney, secretary: Bill Flint. Gundlach, treasurer. Future Nurses K, .V- . 5 ' Quuu fuuu ' Future Nurses are left to right on the top row: Bertha Calvillo, and Pat Thompson. Standing Karen Shutt, Mrs. E. Parris Csponsorl, Arlene left to right on the third row are: Karen Mon- Bilatti, and Verna Bouchard. The second row, rad, Candy Hall, Karen Fitzgerald, Marilyn left to right are: Cecilia Collins, Sue Wicker, Waessner, and Sheila Boot. Future Nurses Officers Q 5 , :xl Future Nurses officers are left to right: Cecelia Collins, treasurerg Sue Wicker, secretaryg Sandy Edgell, vice presidentg and Pat Thompson, president. 87 Future Teachers of America FTA members left to right are: first row, Annette VerVelde, Karen Smith, Susan Cherry, Barbara Booth, Kathy Hope, Beverly Booth, Karen Dow- ney, Jeanette Allen, Winnie Larsen, Sue Wood, Margaret Doty, Cheryl Rcxford, Kristie Smith Donna Harshberger and Karyl Vario. Second rowg Nancy Davidson, Marietta Aragon, Bonnie Hagen 9 1 1 Nadine Nelson, Cecelia Frederick, Becky Rosen- thal, Sally Ferguson, Shirley Ferguson, Molly Gimmestead, Karen Yager, JoAnn Rosso, Judy Tidwell, Barbara Harrison, Betsy Bond, Mary Moreno, JoAnne Jorgenson, Carol Terrence, Verna Bouchard, Reed Mathews. Third row Mrs. Baker fsponsorj and lrma Ficzeri. Future Teachers Officers Future Teachers Otlicers pictured above are left to right: Kristie Smith, treasf urerz lrma Ficzeri. vice president: Kathy Hope. president: and Becky Rosen- thal. librarian. Foreign Language Karen Donaldson Language lub Continues To Grow Foreign Language Club members l. to r. sitting: Sandra Einbund, Carol Bustamonte, Nadine Nel- son, Bonnie Hagen, Beverly Booth, Marilyn Jacques, Barbara Booth, Karen Donaldson, Betty Fountain, Kathy Hope. l. to r. standing: Tom Childers, Arlene Belatti, Leona Gundlach, Vona White, Karen Hill, Margo Timan, Jerry Cook, Nancy McCoy, Maxine Hamilton, John Olson, Nancy Nathan, Russell Beard, Judy Nordale, Mary Davis, Horst Linniman, Cecila Fredrick, Frank Slaby, Vicki Lane, Frank Griffin, Nancy Davison, Jim Madson, Amy Bullington, Mary Coffey, Ronald Gerhart, Bob Powers, Karen Downey. Club Officers rw -die Horst Linniman President Secretary Treasurer Frank Griffin Vice-President Barbara Booth I 90 SPGRTS 1959 Varsit Y Kneeling left to right: Glen Ezell, Ray Wood, Larry Standing left to right: Dave Neubauer, Mike Carroll Mucha, Richard Perry, Paul Holloway, Larry Bingham. Dan Fitchett, Dick McDonald, Earl Hindman, Jim Shiff Pictured below are the two varsity coaches, head coach Murl McCain and assistant coach Rip De Pascal. it 'K f , 53 , i X Yrxx AA 1 M V I "" ' M 'Q Y 'S' it . ll? A' . :fj1 ' 'V v V I -wwf L. l 1-7.5 P Q ap L 'FQ41 " if "f i Vi Tj me i ' --' x jj 9,1 , V Q, f 5. 3 92 .-- -M -ri flaw V Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi 2 O ...... Season Record Rincon 0 ...... ........ S alpointe 8 ..... ..... N orth Phoenix O ...... ...... P ueblo 8 ...... ......... T empe 7 ..... ........ W ashington 7 ...... ....... C atalina 0 ...... ...,.. T ucson 0 ...... ..... C entral Football Team Kneeling left to right: John Burke, Larry Dunnuck, Standing left to right: Paul Davis, Red Davis, Henry Doug Mathern, Doug Fonner, Bill Bradley, Tommy Lieber, Richard Athey, Leroy Hand, Keith Burney, Acevedo. Joe Frost. The 1959 edition of the Amphitheater Panther football team experienced many hard knocks during the past season's nine-game schedule against the state's top teams, The team was definitely "up" for the annual A- Day encounter, this year against the Tempe Buffa- loes. The Panthers upset the Tempe eleven, 28-7, behind Doug Mathern's three touchdowns, Dave Neubauer's running and Paul Holloway's kicking. An earlier victory in the season, an 8-0 conquest of North Phoenix, had to be forfeited due to an ineligible player. Another top performance came against Amphi's old rivals, the Tucson Badgers, THS, a state powerhouse in 1959, had to battle all the way to defeat the scrappy Panthers, 12-0. Pictured below is varsity manager John Pershing Q . lb -51? 1531 ' In L, 'H J' V . ,SY ' . , Q H f" ' l ' 'L '1 -4- ,af ' - 1 Q L, ., ,..f..,, .41 Leroy Hand Defense Hal fbaek l' im. 'RE QA lqqw I' 1 . f ':' 4 ,,, M i I Larry Bingham Line Backer , lf 5 'Ewa LV ,-in ,Ti V , 1 L?'!'3f1fi "FX e t:.1.,:L, . n fy H, . . .52 'gfivn tr. . 'Tf5'1"xfg -4 . :fs iw 'F . 1 :Q ... If : .H+ . . eg-5-Air-fz.f 4 rg I " 4.2 lwwif-6"5 l 4 In V, 'Q--.Q ff' -' Y . vjw' f, Mikie 1' . . QF' All Earl Hindman Tackle Fifteen Senior Football 1 5-. 'M 2 O ' 4' r ' lerfaw- ' 4 -bl .A . f xl ll at ll :,.,, ' N , . f if 5 ,JY -- .. -. lf" M Dick McDonald Lk. ,b ,,'l 7 .A Tackle 25 rs:- :il D' Q QE FD FD MC . 'ills ! lm is . ,r -eg.-, Q A .V . Q' e H Y . ' xlfff V x, it .-9.4 ,YN-ii' " y I ., 1-y-r-rrffrfr' ffw 51 , 5 M 4153-l rw -2' 4 in Q l, 3 1, sri! 1' Ab 5 " ,,--faq .,,.,,. ,, I ,., ,.,. ix , 1. 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A ' P lst row left to right: Peter Pershing, Virgil Larson, Gary Kittell, Mike Wortman, Spencer Swailing, Hugh Blanton, Dan Torrey, Ronnie Jones, Dick Elliott, Ruby Moreno, Frank Combs, Bobby Currier. ee ee EB Glh-T .s' ,X '4 ' A, 4-1" .. v, ,qw ,. A ' ,S-, . '5"1'. '--in .F ci! 2nd row left to right: Chris Bowman, Joe Dalton, Nick Nacy, Richard Hallock, Donny Bridges, Bill Lescher, Gilbert Barry, Terry Huff, Jim Wright, Joe Frost, Gary Byland, Bill Coward, Eddie Anderson, Bob Haston, George Donaldson, Nip Liska. Freshmen Football Team '3 gas 32 lk! The 1959 Freshmen Football Team are first row left to right are: Richard Mosmon, John Wilson, Larry Mahurin, Bradley Benson, Danny Powell, Dave Solomon, Danny Wilcox. Larry Reger. Baker Hardin. and Ronnie Martin. The second row left to right they are: Steve Campbell, Dick O'Connor. Lon Melton, Bob Hasbrouck, Lawrence Shillito, Russell Savage. Dave Crockett. Robert Laswell, 51 Bill Tapolscanyi, Dennie Ison, Ruben Arvizu, Dennis Deminick, Bruce Bullington, and Bill Belt. The third row left to right are: Coach Jacobs, Ronnie Clark, Den- nis Coale, Joe Frannea, Charles Rochalle, Jerry Russell, Tom Hauvermale, Richard McArthur, Bob McGee, Rick Shea, Manuel Molina, and Coach J. Tissaw. STARTING TEAM ,Q :E 'iii X5 kts S gig 'X , 1 V STARTING TEAM QE? ured left to rightg Ellsworth Hanson, Jack Hendricks, Norman Smith Bob Hurst Leroy Hand Coach Genung. SCHEDULE Ajo 27 ,,,........... ..............,....... Rmcon 60 ........... Salpointe 46 ,........ Sunnyside 44 .,..... Pueblo 35 ................ Catalina 68 ............,.... Flowing Wells 46 ,........ Tucson 45 .s.........,... Rincon 53 ........ Douglas 30 .............. Salpointe 41 .,...........w.... Flowing Wells 56 ......... Pueblo 52 .........,........ South Mountain 47 ....... Catalina 52 .....,........l. Douglas 30 ............. Tucson 56 ............ Sunnyside 6l ....,.. ......,..Amphi .........Amphi .Amphi ......Amphi .Amphi .Amphi ,........Amphi ........,Amphi Amphi .Amphi ....,..,,.Amphi .........Amphi Amphi .........Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Varsity asketball Team With Norman Smith being the only starter from last year, our '59-'60 Panthers looked to be the best in the city by the end of the season. Starting the season off with an astonishing win over Ajo, things slowed down for the Panthers. The "Mighty Midgets" as our team was referred to because of their lack in height, began to pick up steam and soon defeated the best teams in the city. Amphi earned a berth in.the state tournament and even though they were defeated by the taller Camelback players they have every reason to be proud of their astonishing record. The Panthers were second in the Christmas Tournament and placed third in city standing. Among other accomplishments, Amphi set the highest score for a local high school of 82 points in one game. The Panthers also broke the longest winning streak by taking 10 in a row. Outstanding performances by Bob Hurst and Norman Smith won them a position on the second city team. Jack Hedrick earned an honorable mention. For his tremendous accomplishments with the '59-'60 Panthers, Coach Genung was named Coach of the Year. With the record closed for this year the stu- dents of Amphi congratulated this year's team and look forward to next year. lst row left to rivhtt Richard Putz John Dick Ell h g . . ' , ey, swort Hanson, Bob Hurst, Jack Hedrick, Pancho X ilenzucla. 2nd row-Coach Genung. Doug Mathern. Leroy Hand, Norman Smith. Bruce Hart, Larry Nlochzi. Dave Neubauer. Rich Athey. Manager. I ii Ellsworth Hanson Forward Bob Hurst 9 Senior Cagers Leave mphi Norman Smith Guard V Dave Neubauer Guard 1 Jack Hedrick Guard Forward John Dickey Center 1 w V .Q , ff' ' v ' Richard Putz Bruce Hart Leroy Hand Center Guard Forward 1.1115 no MIGHTY MIDGE TS 'ar Junior Varsity Basketball Team I The J .V, basketball team left to right is, front row: Coward, Don Bridges, Monty Bounds, Jim Holm- John Leiber, Kenny Orms, Armando Moreno, Doug berg, Hugh Blanton, Ronnie Remmington and.Coach Mathern, Gerry Lybeck, Paul Davis and Buddy John Tissaw. Currier. Second row left to right: Jim Wright, Bill The Junior Varsity basketball team opened the season with an impressive 52-26 victory over Ajo. While winning only eight games the Javees showed much enthusiasm and promise for the future. With such hustlers as John Leiber, Doug Mathern, Glenn Ezell and Jack Davis, Amphi may look forward to the future. Highlights of the season were victories over Flowing Wells, Salpointe and Sunnyside. Congratulations to Coach John Tissaw and his squad of 59-60. Ajo 26 .......... Rincon 47 ........... Salpointe 32 ....... Pueblo 5 l ........ SCHEDULE Sunnyside 37 ............. Catalina 56 ................... Flowing Wells 33 ........ Tucson 43 ................. Rincon 35 ....... Douglas 34 ............. Salpointe 38 ............ Flowing Wells 30 .....,.. Pueblo 50 A........................ South Mountain 34 ......... Catalina 66 ................... Douglas 40 ....... Tucson 48 .......... Sunnyside 39 .......... .....,..Amphi Amphi Amphi .........Amphi .........Amphi .........Amphi .........Amphi .........Amphi .........Amphi .Amphi .........Amphi ..........Amphi .Amphi i .......Amph ..........Amphi .Amphi .Amphi SCHEDULE A30 51 ...,......AA,-, -----,'---- ' Rincon 44 ....... Salpointe 28 . .A..V Pueblo 42 ....,...,-' Sunnyside 47 ,.......- Catalina 43 ...V--w.-,- Flowing Wells 17 -------,- Tucson 46 ...,...---- Rincon 42 ....... Douglas 47 .......,,-- - Salpointe 28 .....----- --------'- Flowing Wells 25 --,,------'- Pueblo 48 ...,.........- ---,------ South Mountain 40 ......,. Catalina 50 ...................... Tucson 51 .......... Freshman asketball Team ,u,n,,,,e,, ,lssss K. l ll PZ: .. fl ' vuunf-"""' '-r.""' Front row left to right-Dean Metz, coach, Tad Dean, Steve Campbell, Mike Fritzinger, Bob Has- brook, manager. 2nd row-Ron Clark, Pat Karsner, Bill Crockett, Jim Brown. 3rd TOW-DCHHIS Coale, Jerry Armstrong, Jim Ingram, Joe Frannea. 4th row-Larry Mahurin, Bill Belt, Manny Molina, Ruben Arvizu. Coach Dean Metz and his Freshman team had their troubles this season. Although winning only five games the Frosh looked impressive at stages. In their Hrst year of high school basketball, the Frosh have learned a lot of basketball and should be tough in the future. Highlights of the season were wins over Sal- pointe, Flowing Wells and Sunnyside. 102 Douglas 44 ............,......... A mphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi Amphi ........Amphi 28 24 57 28 37 35 30 12 17 37 36 56 33 31 41 47 29 51 1960 VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE MARCH 4-Yuma .....,........ ........... H ome 3:30 P.M 5-Yuma ................. ......... H ome 10:00 A.M 9-U Of A Frosh ....... ......... H ome 3:30 P.M 11-Salpointe ......... ......... H ome 3:30 P.M 15-RiI1C0n ......... ........ H ome 3:30 P.M 18--Pueblo ............ ....A.... A way 3:30 P.M 25-Satalina .............. . ......... Home 3:30 P.M 26-Flowing Wells ....... ,...,..,, A way 2:00 P.M. APRIL 1-Tucson .............. ........ H ome 3:30 P.M 2-SUI1I1ySide ......... ........ H ome 2:00 P.M 8-Rincon ......... ...... A way 3:30 P.M. 13-Salpointe ......... ,,,,,,,,, A way 3:30 PM 22-Pueblo ......... ......... H ome 3:30 P.M 29-Catalina .......... ......... A way 3:30 P.M. 30-Sunnyside ....... .....,A. A way 3:30 P.M Bi""' M01 MAY 4-U of A Frosh ......... ........ H ome 3 30 P M 6-Tucson ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,., ..,....... A Way 3 30 P M 7-Flowing Wells ....... ......... H Ome 2 00 P M 13-14-State Meet .......... ................, U of A The team's record of three wins and two loses to date is as follows: Amphi 8, Yuma 7 Amphi 3, Yuma 2 Amphi 1, U. of A. Cfroshb 11 Amphi 6, Salpointe 5 Amphi 1, Rincon 3 Varsity Baseball Team Varsity Baseball Team: top row 1. to r.: Jim Mercer, John Uomoto, Jim Niegocki, George Donaldson, Sergio Toscano, Dave West, Gerry Lybeck, Jim Spaulding, Ray Smith, Mr. De V At press time, the 1960 squad of Coach Rip DePascal's baseballers had started the season brilliantly, having lost only one of their four high school games. This gained the hustling hard- ballers first place in the city and a first place tie in the AA Division Four Conference to date. The small squad of only sixteen made up for its lack of personnel by the versatility of the team. Almost every player on the squad could Pascal, coach. Bottom row l. to r.: Don Bridges, Wayne Olson, Glenn Ezell, Jack Giley, Bob Heinig, LeRoy Hand, Chuck Johnson. be called upon to play two and sometimes three different positions. A typical starting lineup, which usually con- sisted of five seniors and four sophomores, was Glenn Ezell, catcher, Leroy Hand, first base, Don Bridges, second base, Wayne Olson, third base, John Uomoto, shortstop, and George Don- aldson, Jack Giley, Bob Heinig, and Jim Niegocki in the outfield. Pitchers, seeing plenty of action, were Jack Giley, Bob Heinig, and Dave West. 4 Seven Seniors Leave Team 'M 'A' '-ad' ' sa A in . Yi NB? gg. ,E N 4, T55 5 . ' X1 v , . 'xy' ' 'ei " 11 . Bob Heinig Pitcher-Outfielder rm! ' Yi"'T -I gn O X . 15 M ,Q Q, '., ,,. Chuck Johnson Pitcher L- 'Tl X ae ' i - 7 W , .. -11394 'X ,J . V' ' 'A ui faq l by' Ai H119 ' M in - my ,.,' B U Jack Giley Dave West Pzrcher-Ouifielder pncher Jf.fi'si I f ix ' '."' K-5 in ' 4,-U 2 fi' ' 255 , in ' Ni fe Nl H Q3 i-ig , LeRoy Hand First Baseman . RQ v'lk P - VI' . ' 'Q x .V X , V' V A 4' 1, fi ' , X ' v i 1 in I' 1 rw -' -N M' e ' 'H Jimmy Niegocki Q . I' Oufhelder 4, s x l ef' Qfg- Wayne Olson Third Baseman Little Hardballers Gain Experience B. ,:.-. if-lx.. .rc ,.-e - h 3 ':vx:.-- 'ffm V J ' ,MDE ,f -1 h - 'ff' Q ' r . -, 'gf i1'f',, .g'Afi,',. ' , ' .J-,L ,ie if ' - -'-ff ' . : uaf",'-,.- 'Z ,, ' -'J g 7 -,-" if f . 7 1 --Y .' , - . 'L' '- --Q Ay, ts, 1.-. ' lst Row L-R: Jerry Armstrong, Milton Herbster, John Burch, Mike Fritzinger, Tuck Liska, Bob McGee, Clark Root, Dan Torrey, Ruban Moreno, Ronnie Jones, Joe Hardy, Joe Frannea, Gary Kittrell. Not pictured is Nip Liska. 2nd Row L-R: Coach Dean Metz, Steve Campbell, Dennis Isom, Carl Beard, Paul Krause, Jim Dyer, Ruben Drvism, Tom Kilpatrick, Chris Bowman, Bill Belt, Charles Rochelle, Dick O'Connor, Manny Molina, Chuck Withers, Dave Middleton, Mike Trusky. Having played only two games this far, Coach Dean Metz feels his baby Panthers may look to a promising season. The frosh hold an impressive Victory over Tucson High, defeating them 9-3. Pitcher Bob McGee had total of fourteen strike-outs during the Tucson game. Coach Metz is expecting his hitting power to come from Steve Campbell, Jerry Armstrong and Dennis Isom. 105 Left to right: Hugh Harper, Lane'Allen, Larry Weslowski, Gerry :J Y 1 1 Williams, Chuck Johnson, Dave West, Phil Weatherspoon. Qled Xi J' O 8 S 4 GQ S O I of L39 S49 Ola, ' I 90604504 6 ff' 1 fe, he 0Qj ofa 1' W. jf Qt. 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Kneeling left to right: Bob Hanson, Jerry Williams, Jim Jamison, Lane Allen, Ken Steen, Bob Hurst, Paul Davis, Richard Mcdonald, Frank Griilin, Art Twomey, Charles Hegg, George Bivens, and Bruce Blanton. 1960 VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE Coach Dick Evans, in making his first debut as head track coach, is looking for a successful track season. Hugh Harper, city record holder of the 880 yd. run, with sprinter, George Jackson and weight man, Jim Burke again lead the field. The mile relay team, Larry Weslowski, Lane Allen, Hugh Harper, Gerry Williams, and the 880 relay team, George Jackson, Joe Byars, Larry Weslowski, Lane Allen are predicted to make a good appearance at the Southern Arizona Relays. The highlights of the season will be the state meet at the University of Arizona. MARCH 5-City Relays ...................... ...... A mphitheater 1 1-Rincon ................................. ...... A mphitheater 15-Salpointe, Flowing Wells ............ Amphitheater 19-Tucson Relays ................. ........... P ueblo 23-Catalina ............... ...... C atalina 30-Pueblo ......... ..... ...... P u eblo APRIL 2-Southern Arizona Relays ...................... Tucson 9-Arizona Relays .......... Arizona State University 13-Rincon ................. ................................ R incon 20-Sunnyside ............... .................. A mphitheater 22-Tucson .......................... ........... T ucson 28-29-City Track Meet .... ...... C atalina MAY 7--AA District Meet ..........................,....,..., Pueblo 13-14-State Meet .................. University of Arizona 20-Lue-Greenway Meet .................,,,,.,,,.,, Pohenix Nine Tlnnelads Graduate '- f W a " ,. ul ' -Q - snug use - ' wr- ,Z -,, "f "', "Ulf I M -1. . J--i:.:"i.4l J 551.14 W V, - F,-,A -H., , A. X ' 1 , 5 ' as ,Z . 1 ' , - fe EA . ' -,X ' ' , I , - -e el W 1-l A f-'ffiigifae-'ff' 1 . - I f V ' -:v f -' . -,- ,mfg ,,f'Qf:vAl 'Ml run , , .-.EEZ Q ' 4,9 ' V- ' ,'-1. 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The Tennis Team was planning for a fairly successful season this year and with the number of sophomores on the varsity, a possible rise to statewide prominence in the near future. The high spot of the season thus far has been a complete sweep of the city wide sophomore tournament. George Saenz won the singlesg Jim Stiles and Thad Brown the doublesg and Bob Childers advanced to the semifinals. In the coming Arizona Open and Arizona Closed Tournaments, Amphi will be well represented in the 15 and under division. ll it ' - i B f I V X g lingeqs, Q I V .l tr 6 p , . uvil L. . 2 -5 5 - j,33V,3,, V K. - J- A , . - ,4g,, fi Q - . - 9:1 1 . V A T Q 2 .5 , -, "lr v - f L 4 ', ' Seiiil f' 'f' ' 'S F T - 5 . - . g A.,,.r ' . if QQ - - -' , 4, ff ' ' ' at in ' Ju 'L , A 1 ,., V 1 W 1 "H ' . - - X I X fp Q, . 'V ,, -' B . 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The girls team also participated in the State Badminton tournament in Tempe which was held after the annual went to press. In the state tour- nament Amphitheater has won first in doubles twice, has won second in doubles twice, and a consolation first in singles in the last five years so they had high hopes for this year. Badminton Team 'tr 'xxx .205 XWXIQE ' x E -Q me nav -Qual .1-.vga T'r.:'-5...-ff 11:"- 3-"" iff uv.. Back Row left to right: Sandy Rumohr, Irma Ficzeri, Vick Trusky. Front row left to right: Mimi Russell. Susan Ficeri, Susann Coate Trophy Winners V w-w'-,ffz -,,,' , k- i..f14i1f-nm,ig,.v.1mmz,f w,fn,u., Pictured at the left are the trophies won by the Amphitheater Badmin- ton Team at the Invitation Tourna- ment irls' Tennis Team 5 , Q .1 .,f A I ' ' , as ' ', C' 1 ' . f-.112 e 2: A r A T P - f cr 1 l as T P f ., ., i . . , 1 l . . -, gf P - for . 14 N Y VU 'H E' J 'ry . g K i . 3-K 'f , fx 1 y . 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M '.. 3, -u w 1 .5 - ,c-muh M , , , , ' - , ' ' jizz 'Vf' 7 4, , ,V 50 d Sink that ball! ,,,,.,.-v-- 1 ' ' far' , gy:-1 -2 I .J - 4 faux 1 if Q W nf gifs M 7 65661 ffl! K I ,VZ b 1 if if fm! K Dj sd fx 1 , X, ,ff ff X2 in 0 L 7 z. 211,55 4 Q D 'X ,f M f WM W I .f if ffuiyl flu ' , y 4 X2 L ' I ,A X CIASSESX '05 "5 "n1g1"' Sally Ferguson Representative my f ainbq Frank Griffin Treasurer The senior class this year served as an example for the lower classmen. Consistently placing a majority on the honor roll, the senior class showed fine scholastic aptitude. The seniors also distinguished themselves in social circles. The senior organized Christmas Party was considered one of the finest in recent years. The seniors also took their annual ditch day and enjoyed a fine prom with the juniors. Many seniors distinguished themselves in the Senior Class Gflicers va, Bob Heinig President l l S C Joan Thompson Vice President 2 af- it . X Charles Johnson Secretary school activities such as athletics, club activities, dramatics, etc. The seniors helped initiate new items into the school such as the "Panther Pantry," a study hall with refreshments, and the sale of activity book- lets to raise class money. Much credit is due to class officers: Bob Heinig, presidentg Joan Thompson, vice presidentg Sally Ferguson, representative: Frank Griffin, secre- taryg Chuck Johnston, treasurer. Senior Council The Senior Christmas Party and Ditch Day are only two of the many activities planned by the Senior Council. i The Council is composed of all senior home- room officers, the senior class oflicers, and Mrs. Cooper, senior sponsor. Shown above are the members of the Senior Council, left to right front row: Gerry Williams, Gloria Chambers, Ellsworth Hanson, Barbara Booth, Horst Linnemann, Beverly Booth, Chuck Johnson, Merry Avery, Larry McLaughlin, Julie Isom, Frank Griffin, Sharon loyal, Jack Hedrick, back rowzlohn Don, Brent Stater, Sandy Popp, Steve Ginsburg, Billie Lee Grant, Dave Hathoway, Joan Thompson, Brent Roaderick, Sally Fergu- son, Richard Perry, Pat Thompson, Tom Russell, Sally Yarnall, Karen Smith, Bob Heinig, Bonnie Hagen, Jim Niegocki. 119 Seniors Vote Classmates .iilll Obtaining the most votes for the best dancers were Tom Acevedo and Tena McDaniel. Bob Heini ality. H Li ze f F112 f"f1r.1:1 5 ,L .,.. 553 "Agfa-'!" 1' 'M , 'ful' , :,f' i' K 9'-mrs, ' K: 'jf i e :hfis?ii35 I i i i , I ' i '-ii , fi r 1 sportswoman. was voted best all around boy person- It il?" A E5 M V 1 -if y . El37 -r,-P' dw 143 51 'L ' ' N-li ' rv j fr, ,,- -.1-I-fi" -ff -I-1-11' -' i' F1 v Q 32. X -,..., Y xllQit J see it lisa! 1 5. -, QQ-' A V ,jr taxa .. LH spvpf' -'fum Q, Voted as best all around sportsman was LeRoy Hand, while Irma Ficzeri was voted best all around ' wwfa'KMv-1 ' Seniors chose Brent Slater and H WX L14--sfi3.'1rT1.'-'?r:S41'f3i'.'.e.1 . - . Glen BVYHU 35 the 120 Most likely to succeed are pictured above, Tom mum: 'imffos sf l960' Childers and Karen Donaldson. As utstanding xt ii I KJ, 9. M In A N, sl ' . . . ng- , . .,. ,A 4, .-,. f ,, .A Q K, ski. ,T K V- N? - 'X Rated as the best actor and actress were Earl Hind- George BiVef1S and Donna FTQUSOH were Selected man and Gloria Chambers. as the wittiest girl and boy by their classmates. fb Sally Ferguson was voted best all around girl person- ality E Phil Weatherspoon and Pat Thompson polled the most votes for the braniest male and female mem- 121 ber of the Class of 1960. Receiving the title of most outstanding vocalists were Ellsworth Hanson and Elaine Fraley. ACEVEDO, TOM F, Entered 1. Junior Varsity Basket- V, F .. -,g."f' "', ml . . A ACKLEY, DOUGLAS M. ball 2, Junior Varsity Football 2, ' , Entered l. Band 1. Varsity 4. Foreign Language Club Q 1 1 2. Homeroom Ofiicer President A 'kv - Future Farmers of America 1,, 3.4. Sentinel 2. Lettermen's Club v , 4. Nebraska State High School ,, Rodeo Club. ' " - T7 gt. --3 QI-:rw ' mod- iwf-F gtffg- tiff?-'-' ' . Zi f-"N'rj-Q". "q'tQIX'1-, " ff' V .-'f,':'i Q.1,"' Q-E-.'?!,.!t5 15,1331 'fn -1- J -V.:-tw ' ix.-ffifi if Wi? :tty 1 ' AKOWSKI, nokon-iv t. 3" H ADKINS, BEE oss Entered 1. Pantherettes 4. F.r-LA. lf. i 9 'fb' N Entered 1. 1. G.A.A. I. f""i ' R I L K L, lr' .fl 'lx l X I . ALEGRIA, AIDA , Entered l. Advanced chorus 1, Emer,:jlLgN'ggS:HI'oiet'tIrif 3,4. ig beg"'n"'l1 2' F-B-LA' 4' Track 3,4.'Football 3. pt- 4... ...L A '75 IIN K X' r lk 2, X.: , ' ?.":.a 'W'-'. X" 'A F'.F,J'fvfl1" ,A'yli.:,!t,:'!n l '-.-xv. llfllf .iaiiititi AUGELLO, STEVE AUGENSTEIN, GARY BRANDT 12 Entered 1. Entefgd 1, 3 '- ICN 'YN 1 C i h , i S 7 ff' ' 4. f' ,.f .., etggw 'V '1....:.A' 'We 1',.,l..j2QL Q .a'Ff"t'fviff . E' 1.-F ', r .' Q 'Til' ' V N Lfft. 5 e i ,J .Ny-'gf-egg , ' . 1 1 Us-,"7., V ' AVERY, MERRY LYNN AVERY, MICHAEL L. X Entered 1. Girls' League 2,3,4. Entered 1. Baseball 1, 2. Band As 'N Homeroom Secretary 2 and 4. 1,2,3. Sophomore King 2. 410 CN 4 3 an I .4-5 "Z 'R-JJ' BACA, PATRICIA JEAN A BAILEY, ALLEN RAY Entered 3. Beginning Chorus 3.4. Entered I. rs V' ' ' 'af' -at 6 ' r'-'1 l ' ',,f jx 541' V ' . , I 4 ' XXX L il 'ix BAIN, JOHNNY Entered 1. Photgraphy Club 1,2, 3.4, President 4. Citizen Pho- tographer 3,4. lnter-club Council 4. Future Farmers of America l,2,3,4, Reporter 4. 'am-4 Qijjgt? 'lu 1 .l lv qw 'x 1' -..,-- .94 , , , ,,,,, W. do Q"n,- f I'-P3 aft .fffia ff 'ffaffe ,iw iyfw'-seal? ha.fif'2-' :w.2Qzly2,a.9. fwafzwre BLANTON, CARL W. Entered 1. horusg concert 1,2,3,4 Double Quartet 3,4. Operetta 42 The Magic Flute. . ,, - az.--Q-ff.-. f ...g 'f1-,Sf , f t- I H ,X V 5 7 pg? ' A N.:- wr ,V , -3, 11 5' VVA, A aj, X A 'f' " , , av- 4 , M, ., - kv- -ez lj. 459' aim S, '-J' , .?' . ,AA ...f1?.:xv 4' 1 BEARD, JAMES BRYCE Entered 1. Baseball l,2,3. Mgr. Basketball 1, Mgr. Football 2,3. Mgr. Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4. BINGHAM, GARY H. Entered 4. Future Farmers of America. BIVENS, GEORGE WILLIAM Entered 1. Cross Country 1,2,3,4. Red Cross 4. Homeroom Oflicer 1. Lettermen's Club 3,4. BLACKWELL, ROY RITA Entered 1. Foreign Language Club 3,4. Girls' League 3,4. Safety Committe 3,4. Homeroom Oilicer 4, Sec. A-Day Attend- ent 3, ' ' f xy, ii: , 511. X' .155 A.: .Q A . . - I '.f".".t" ' ' 1, -' , ffl, '.f. 9 4 2.-'Tk' : I l BEARD, RUSSELL M. Entered 1. Baseball 2. Foreign Language Club 2,3,4. Band l,2,3, 4. History Club 2,3. BINGHAM, LARRY DELBERT Entered 1. Track 1,2. Football l,2,3,4. Hi-Y l,2. Homeroom Of- ficer 3,4. F.F.A. l,2. A-Day King 4. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. BLACK, JOHN MICHEAL Entered 1. Track 2,3. Football 2,3,4. Homeroom Ollicer Vice President 3, Vice President 4. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. BLANTON, BRUCE Entered 1. Baseball l,2. Basket- ball 1,2. ft XL. 1 41, . H, 1 I 1 -, . 5 , . t .. w:zgfafa.:s2:4a?5v: f! fl ff, y ' A , ' fn 3 2,,ff"3 f.' 71 , f 1,i?.Zfg5,1-,gg'--,:lQ:,v,, 141562215-f 1 5 1,5-:f11,ff?r.-Q, if ,V agfgwmgza 2, a sf "if, v .. ' , , " " ,fc 1 , 5, , ' V .l' -4 BATSON, RANDOL G. Entered 1. Key Club 2,3,4. Chap- lain 3. Social Chairman 4. For- eign Language Club 3,4. Pro- logue To Glory 3. Track Man- ager 2. Advisory Council l,2,4. Homeroom President l,2g Secre- tary 3. Inter-club Council 4. So- cial Committee Chairman 4. Stu- dent Body Vice President 4. Desert Gazette 2. Panther Trails 3,4. Editor 4. Quill and Scroll 4. Future Farmers of America 1. Distrtci Creed Speaking Award 1. N.C.C.J. 3. Boys' State 3. Stu- dent Council Workshop 4. Inter- City Student ouncil 4. 5"-'5fZ"f'n--.:,,-, J 5,- L flijs It "5Pr5L.i 1,4- . y'w xj X me-Q., mm 7fl'f7l'7 '3f72"f " 7 - '17 , ,ry fQ,y,,5 ,,,f 51 wt., 5 .f f If .f f: Q , .3 14 . ml.. X, V, . 2. 3 'tllg , - ., ,af in ,, M,,,.! M 'f'ff,,.'f'f:-1. 1: 7 , g,f,:y,.r, 'nr 'V .259 1 j. I f . ,agil :log .A.. U .1 lx - gtg Nu iii? BLEICH, JANET Entered 1. Pantherettes 3,4. Girls' League 3. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. fl 4 J 'Q ' ff 2 ., 4.4. 4 una Q fgf ml ,, 3. .. , , ,,,,,, g ,X BOARDMAN, PATRICIA Entered 1. Y-Teens l,2,3,4. Red Cross 1. Homeroom Officer, 1 Secretary, 2 Treasurer. Desert Gazette I. Advertising Panther Trails l. Advertising. ,A .t-'P Q 4 1:5 1' A r f mga... ki 'v- YL " 1 1+ nl? L.. vu... ,,-. at 7 ,L it L sz I V: Lit' i. 'Nr' 1 ' . W., t. ,l.,f.X,, 3 1, y 3. , , - fa Ii, W ,,,, I wh, T ,., X X. Q. I 1 I Q" TT' ,. sk V AA BOOTH, BEVERLY JEAN Entered 1. Pantherettes 2,3 Treas., 4 Leader and Sec. Foreign Lan- guage Club 3.4. Y-Teens 1. Girls' League l,2,3,4. Girls' League Cabinet 2. Advisory Council 1. Homeroom Officer l.3,4. Begin- ning Chorus 1. Future Teachers of America 3,4. Girls' State al- ternate 4. Delegate to Any Town Convention 3, BOUCHARD, JANICE Entcicd l. Entered 4. BOSNOS, LORNA LEE Entered 1. National Thespians 3, 4. Lute Song. Great Big Doorstep Prologue to Glory. Chorus ad- vanced 1. BOUCHER, ED C. Entered 2. BONES' SANDRA sRArcHER, ROGER WAYNE Entered 1, BOOTH, BARBARA ANNE Pantherettes 2,3,4. Entered l. Fog Island l. Foreign Language Club Trens. 3.4. Y-Teens l. Girls' League 1.2.3,-4. Advisory Council 2. Class Otlicer 3. Homeroom ofiicer Vice Pres. l. Pres. 3. Treas. 3, Sec. 4. Social Com- mittee l. Beginning Chorus 1. F.T.A. 3.4. Miss Mistletoe At- tendant 4. i i ,-5 fb YT' --5 1 . i . I , aw- . , ,.,,f '.',::g5 . BRYAN, HELEN JANE Entered 1. Girls' League 4. H.R. BURCHETTE, LON FRANKLIN 'S-5 4, Representative 4. Red Cross 2, Entered 3. .V . Representative. Orchestra l,2,3,4. sg- " Secretary 4. Future Nurses 1. 'K -f .' I! I. aunxe, MARGARET FRANCES ff' Entered i. F.B.t..A. 4. F.H.A. - ' BURKETT. CHARLES Dixon l,Z,.1. Purlitimentarian 4. ' 'Q Entered 1. .1 Q 1 ' 5- fn A K ' -4 N ref'- 2 124 BURNEY, KEITH Entered 1. A - --ywv-weave. I.. .i ---mh3vvigX:f I i. .QN- . . p CALLAGHAN, HAROLD THOMAS CAMP, SAM 'Y R ' I Entered 1. Baseball 1. Football Entered 1. ' 1,2,3. Homeroom Ofhcer 4. Fu- SL.. -'ire 1 .2 ,. 1 M ' CHILDERS, THOMAS HAMILTON Entered 1. Tennis 2,3,4. National Thespians 4. The Rainmaker 4. Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4. Key Club 2,3,4. Secretary 3, President 4. International Con- vention 4. Honor Society 3,4. Advisory Council 4. Inter-club Council 3.4. Social Committee 4. Student Body Treasurer 4. Band 1,2,3,4. Secretary 4. Boys' State Alternate 4. Intercity Student Council. ture Farmers of America 2, Jr. Sentinel 3, Vice President 4. CCARRJ BROWN, LINDA Entered 1. CASTLEMAN, WAYNE J. Entered 1. Hi-Y 1. CHERRY, SUSAN HELEN Entered 1. Girls' League 4. Honor Society 4. Chorus 3,4. Beginning 3, Advanced 4. Junior Achieve- ment 3. 'X-ZF' '74 in 39' CARROLL, FRED MIKE Entered 1. Track 2,3,4. Football 2,3,4. Hi-Y 1,2. Key Club 3,4. Homeroom Ofhcer Vice-Pres. 1,2. Jr. Class Rep. 3. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. CHAMBERS, GLORIA JEAN Entered 1. Songleaders 4. Panth- erettes 3. National Thespians 4. The Rainmaker 4. Art Club 3. Y-Teens 3. Girls' League 3. Red Cross 3. Honor Society 4. Ad- visory Council 2,4. Homeroom Officer 2 pres., 3 sec., 4 pres. Inter-club Council Sec. 4. Stu- dent Body Sec. 4. Band 2. Or- chestra l. FFA Sweetheart at- tendant. A-Day Queen 4. Rodeo Queen attendant 1. CHILDERS,'SALlY FAY Entered 2. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Future Home- makers of America 1. G.A.A. 2,3,4. A-Club 4. x Q :K Q 1:3 I h , , ti Q.. . 71. -iff' ' g, 1 'e if f BU STAMANTE, FREDI Entered 1. Orchestra 2,3,4. Presi- dent. A ' . ' 7 1' ts. ,,,. , ' ,..A,fg.,gg5 - -. N, 4, N 'T FN ' 1' M CLARE, ELISABETH G. Entered 1. Girls' League 2. Homeroom Rep. Red Cross Homeroom Rep. 2. Homeroom Officer 2. Beginning Chorus 1,2. Sunshine Climate Club Model 3,4. 125 COCHRAN, IRENE EVELYN Entered 1. it ' It ' ff .112 . fi 7 A ii , u . -. - --v-A--ff.,-51 ,r xv- 8,3-v I fi "U W H VVVY, V Wu 1 X. . R l 61' C3- .Z Entered l. -sa. COTTRELL, RAY JR. Entered l. Band 1,2,3,4. Orches- tra 3. CRANDALL, PATRICIA MARIE Entered l. Girls' League Home- room Rep. 4. Beginning Girls' Chorus 2. CUTSHALL, MYRON ARTHUR Entered 4 from Tucson High School. DARNELL, GEORGE PAT Entered 1. Football l,2,4. f 'ist fb "". DAVIS, DALE 'img' if , R 'V if 5' . I-T .1- . N rt. . S? f-ga. i. 'Oz' ' Q'-'j , . 1 I , ' ' x . COWARD, JEANNE R. Entered 1. Pantherettes 1.2.3. Vice President 4. Honor Society 3.4. Honor Guard 3. Voice of Democracy l,2. Advisory Council 1,2,3. Homeroom Ofhcer l,2,3. F.H.A. 1. F.T.A. 2. CRUMBACHER, PAUL JR. Entered 1. Basketball 1.2. Foot- ball l,2,3,4. Key Club 2.3.4. Inter- cltib Council President 4. Student Body Oflicer President 4. Band l, 2, Treas. 3,4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. DALTON, LLOYD R, Entered 1. Inter-club Council 1960 Band Representative. Band l,2,3,4. Vice President 4. DAVIS, ANGELA ANN Entered 4. Band 4. 1- A3 .ci- S ' an COOK, JERRY VII. Entered l. Math and Science Club 4. Foreign Language Club 3,4. V-Tr -as rf XL ,,. ' 41-1- nv' S 40' ai' X X .. ,... -, ....,. 1-. A ,019- DAVIS, HURSHEL WAYNE Entered 4. Desert Gazette 4. Assistant Sports Editor. Panther Trails 4. DAVISON, NANCY Entered 4. Tennis 2,3,4. Math 8: Science Club 3. Foreign Language Club 2,3. Future Homemakers of America 3. Future Teachers of America 4. G.A.A. l,2,3,4. Sports Leader 4. Debate. Nfl' . X . ' th "Ava-. 1-45 . 'X ' g tk: . vi.. P r , QLQ4.Q .',.g . V g M Q . -X-. ! Y? fi .. x' iff- 'smw' , V, wg.. 'W'-9' DURRANT, GEORGE Entered 1. -V , ,- ' qv:- DE SCHUTTER, LEON Entered 1. DI MASCIO, ROBERT Entered 1. DON, JOHN Entered 1. Freshman Football 1. Science Club 3. Homeroom Treas- urer 4. DOWNEY, KAREN KAY Entered 1. Foreign Language Club 4. Chorus advanced 2, ,be- ginning 1, concert 3,4. Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4. Vice President 3. 1 . --fm ...M l,. , 4 fe 1' . DICKEY, JOHN ROBERT Entered 1. Baseball 3,4. Basket- ball Frosh 1,2, Varsity 3,4. Track 2. Foreign Language Club 3,4. Hi-Y 1. Key Club 2. Honor Soc. Honor Guard 3. Band 1. Concert Chorus 2. Lettermen's Club 3,4. Anytown Delegate 2. DIPPEL, LARRY STEVEN Entered 1. Football 1. DONALDSON, KAREN Entered 1. Foreign Language Club 2,3,4. Secretary 4. Girls' League Homeroom Representative 2. Red Cross Homeroom Repre- sentative 2,4. Honor Society 3,4. Vice President 4. Advisory Coun- cil 1. Homeroom Officer 1,25 President l, Vice President 2. Orchestra 1. Future Homemakers of America 1. Future Teachers of America 1,25 President 1. Girls' State 3, Counselor 4. Fresh. Scholarship Award. Type Award 2. Senior Day Princess 4. DUFF, DANA PATRIA Math and Science Club 2,4. Entered 1. Y-Teens 1,2,3. Girls' League 1,2,3. Red Cross 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 4. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Press Bureau, Citizen 3, Editor 4. Panther Trails 3. Quill and Scroll 4. FHA 1,2. FTA 1,2. Chess Club 1, Sec. Trea. 2. DENSON, CAROL L. Entered 1. Prologue To Glory 3. Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Cabinet 4, Recording Secretary 4. Girls, League 1,3,4g Cabinet 4, Senior Class Representative. Homeroom Officer 1,2. Desert Gazette 3. Panther Trails 4. Quill and Scroll 4. Band 1. Red Cross 4. ?,3W,21gi.,','-ii , 4. "'getfi'T.a'giff3'.:1 1 441! 1. t-El! .,,,...-f . Ay'-as N .. N A 5 . . 4 8?-Hu .A .NV Q ,,w' f-,. 4- . 5 L .K ..'. " i": if 'Z 10 . fb- P f f 11 35 "W"74b f 51 7 ELLISON, BILLIE JUNE Entered 1. Red Cross 2, Vice President 3, President 4. Inter- club Council. ' Wu xi FRALEY, ROBERTA ELAINE EZELL, BRENDA ANN Entered 1. Red Cross Rep. 2. Honor Society 4. Homeroom Officer Treas. 2. F.H.A. 1.2. Treas. 3, Treas. 4. r I Z' at -f 1 ,yur J if" "Mast 6 1 i I 4 " . ,915 K -f .5 ' - l - t 'UN 'is 1 ,jr A 16' If:-. .g 'vs KJ' I. T 4 Entered 1. Twirlers 2. Y-Teens 2. Chorus. advanced 2. beginning l. concert 3, double quartet 3.4. F.H.A. 1.2. Junior Achievement 3. lg ll- FERGUSON, SALLY ANN Entered l. Honor Society 3.4. President 4. Honor Guard 3. Es- say Contest Cornerstone of De- mocracy, State first place 1. Advisory Council 1.3. Class Of- ficer Representative 2.4. Inter-club Council 4. Homeroom Officer 1.2. 3.4. Senior Council 4. Future Nurses of America 1.2. Secretary 2. Future Teachers of America 3.4. A-Day attendant 4. G.A.A. 1,2.3,4. A-Club 4. Social Chair- man 4. Alternate Delegate to Girls' State. FISCHER, RONALD Entered 1. Orchestra 1.2. Con- cert 1.2. FLOYD, CAROL LYNN Entered 4 From Anderson High School. Anderson. Ohio. Rain- maker 4. Junior Class Play 3. Latin Club 2. Y-Teens 1.2.3. Projectionists 3. Honor Society 4. Pep Club 3. Dance Club 2.3. F.T.A. 2.3.4. G.A.A. 1.2.3, FOSS, RICHARD Entered 1. !'7L f 4. Q, 'Is N 'Y 1:-7' ,5 r 'N N gl Q. iii. EI FICZERI, IRMA Entered 1. Tennis 3.4. Cheer- leader B-Squad 3, A-Squad 4. Honor Society 3.4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Otlicer 1. Inter-club Council 3.4. Future Teachers of America 3.4 Vice President 4. G.A.A. l.2,3,4, Vice President 3. President 4. A-Club 3.4. President 3.4. State Badminton Tournament 2.3. FITCHETT, DAN LEWIS JR. Entered l. Baseball 1. Football 1. 2.3.4. Hi-Y 1. Key Club 2.3.4. Advisory Council 2.3. Homeroom Treas. l. Pres. 2.3. Lettermen's Club 3.4. FORD, JUDY B. Entered 3. F.B.L.A 4. FOUNTAIN, BETTY Entered 1. Pantherettes 3.4. For- eign Language Club 3,4. Honor Society 3.4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Oificer 1. FTA 1,2,3,4. Sect. 4. T FALSHAW, WILLIAM E. Entered l. Homeroom Officer 1.2. F.F.A. 1. ima., -,f x., -' 4' 1.1, .vi t X4 'UN' im V? - f.:.f FRANSON. DONNA MARIE Entered 3. Y-Teens 4. Girls' League 4. Homeroom Officer Treasurer 4. Chorus advanced 3 concert 4. ' FRAZIER, DENA LOIS Entered 4. 2-spew: ' is E . - -- 4. " '-v?'z1M3'ff-1 . ,, A x.,W, .tg tt t ..,, . '11 fa w r af" Q X XXQGQ t X .Q .. 221 'SM 5 it X 5 ,gf L X Q i F X X Q N Q, 2 3 LPN MSX? 4 'X 1 - 'fs vs rig. . N A Ni R 1'-me Tifegs '5 s Rreiftufv -: ' T214 iss' QQ dm gigs 'E g 2 'if 1 Q P 5' Q ' Q W-"4 Qf- 'A 5' fliif we was-K-' X - f' . fs GRANT, BILLIE LEE E ter d l. Homeroom Officer 3,4. MI-iss elvlistletoe Attendant G.A.A. 2. ' f , , . W., gt., 3. , 3' xv W, , fit' .3 1 . fam, t ' tw ' X K 1 dt x 'B-Q fi, L 9 1 iff: , R . it A t 1- f . 1 X 5 4, E GIMMESTAD, MORRY CLARE Entered 1. Pantherettes 3,4. Girls' League 3,4. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Vice President 2. Secretary 3. Chorus beginning l. Concert 2,3,4. Double Quartet 3,4. Operetta 4. Future Teachers of America 4. lst year typing award 2. GIUFFRE, JOSEPH Entered 2. GLOVER, ARLENE G. Entered 1. Y-Teens 1,2. F.B.L.A. 4. F.H.A. 1,2, parliamentarian 3. GOLDSON, HARVEY MITCHEL Entered 1. , -:ii KCF2 ZW- , . we 911.94m . ffxf5':....f.f - M , A rm- .,-,., -.Qs 1 , rf? Q mf: 2'-1-wie RX X V X " X v K X " .2-atfqif. N.. , , .533 . ' GINSBURG, STEVE ROY Entered 1. Baseball 4. Homeroom Officer President 1 and 2, Treas. 3, Vice President 4. GLAWE, JUDY KAREN Entered 1. Beginning Chorus 1. GODDARD, TOD Entered 1. Future Nurses of America 1,2,3. GORTER, CORNELIUS Entered '1. GILEY, JOHN ROBERT Entered 1. Baseball l,2,3,4. Bas- ketball l. Desert Gazette 3,4. Sports Editor Panther Trails 4. Letterman's Club 3,4. GRAY, LAURA Entered 1. Pantherettes 2,3,4. Treasurer 4. Twirlers 2,3,4. Head 4. Y-Teens l,2. Homeroom Of- ficer, Secretary l. Future Teach- ers of America 3. GREENLAND, JUDITH ANNE '1. Entered l. Foreign Language A Club 4. Gifts' League 1. Red ini 'X' f Cross 3. Homeroom Officer Treas. 4! .. ' ' 2. F.B.L.A. 4. ,xg 1' fx 3- . v , :Li F. 1 . A ' - E V. i.. 4 , :,' A' 34' 41 .nv-is arg, ,p .fat . I ' . .gi g . vu hx I X t..'r -im.: r , . 141 ,. K i ... GUNNARSON, DONNA JEAN Entered 1. Y-Teens 1. Chorus Beginning l. Advanced 2, Con- cert 3,4. F.T.A. 2. HAMILTON, ROSALEE Entered l. Girls' League 2. .l HAND, LEROY ARTHUR I . Entered 4. Baseball 4. Basketball i.2,3,4. Track 1.2. Football l,2,4. t Math 84 Science Club 2. Horme- '- 53, room Oflicer 2. Lettermen's lub 5 .1 14. s - ' ....,, I X HARPER, JERRY PATRICK Entered 1. Baseball 1.2.4. Foot- ,,. ball 1.2.3. Safety Committee 3.4. fUN as - N --.1 l xx 4, ,t , . 'yy X t HARPER, LINDA JANETTE Entered I. from Eagletown High Sfftfmll Easietown. okia. Class otiicer Vice President 1. tEagle- town. Okla.J Future Business Leaders of America 4 Homeroom Oticer 2, Secretary. ig HAGEN, BONNIE M. Entered 1. Foreign Language Club 2,4. Y-Teens 2.4. Girls' League 2.4. Homeroom Repre- sentative 4. Red Cross 2. Home- room Officer 4. Future Teachers of America 2.4. HAMMER, JIM H. Entered 3. Track 2, Football 1.3. Foreign Language Club l,2. Pro- jectionists 1.2. HANSON, ELLSWORTH C. Entered 1. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1.3. Tennis 1.2. Rain- maker 4. Math and Science Club 3. Key Club 2 Sec., 3 Social Chairman, 4 Vice President. In- ternational Key Club Convention 59-60. P.A. Announcers 3,4. Ad- visory Council l,2,4. Class Officer 1 Representative, 2 President. Homeroom President 4. Inter-club Council 1 Representative, 2 Presi- dent 4 U.P. Key Club. Concert Orchestra 4. Double Quartet 4. Operetta 4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. Boys' State Delegate 58,59. HARPER, LAUREEN KAREN Entered 4 From Birmingham High School Michigan. Girls' League 4. F.B.L.A. 4. . .N J -vw ix-. bn X.. GRIFFIN, FRANK JULIAN COX Entered l. Baseball l.3.4-,THICK l. National Thespians. Rainmak- er. Math 81 Science Club 2.3.4. President 3, Vice President 4. Secretary 3. Foreign Langu:tHC Club 2.3.4, Vice President 4. Key Club 3.4. Chaplain 4. Honor So- ciety 3.4, Treasurer 4. HOHOI' Guard 2.3. History Club 2,3.4. Treasurer 2, President 3. Advis- ory Council 3,4. Class Oliicer 4, Treasurer. I-lomeroom h Officer Vice President 3, President 4. Inter-club Council 2.3.4. Senior Council 4. Boys' State Alternate. m it . Lai ' ti i 'V 4' 4- qw' , ttf.. ez .1 Je f' K: ' x ,X qu... B142 ziliw tif fa- . 'aw rr. , S 1 I W' -ft- 'grf suns- W.. ft, 'gm .. V . i I I . X t I . , .aw ze tvs- ,' f m t? few ? .tfifi ti 'ia-3 . Wil . 1 ' "1'W.,tfg' 'J 'A A gl. we me . 1 I'-V L. . I .. 1'0"-ax-, ,aj fa ' . I ' 3:-FQ X I ig., ..2'if2t?3f 5.'..:, Q 3 .V-1' E . .. . A ' 4 ff. 1"':! Q, 'Q . digg ' Y"+fv. I ':. '---- "I 'Wh 9.1. -- 1 f 4 It 'I f i HART, BRUCE Entered l. Basketball l,2,3,4. Football 1.2. Future Farmers of America 3.4. Letermcn's Club 3,4. HATHAWAY' GLENN A I W. Aw fu l - ,. 1.,f,fM,, - .. ' HATHOWAY, DAVID N Entered 1. H RR SON A it M 1 ,1 Entered 1' M , A 2 A . ar R b V,b' 7. , Y : q ' I J as .mx .t. ,re -QM! 1 Y. "V" fig ZX. ' if f 'Q'."7r 1 , .: A V i 1 ' HATTALA, W. JAN AC . Entered 1' Math and SCief'9e Entered Hlgnkgzalgitstbaii 1,2,3,4. V , D Club 1'2i3l4' Band LZ' Radio Track 1,2. Football 2. Honor So- j' Q Club 112' ciety 3,4. Homeroom Treasurer 1. A is. J .3 . 3,4. President 4. Band l,2,3. Let- . orrr 1 A termanis Club 3,4. American Le- it 1 ' gion Citizenship Award. ' in Q - yffnfvff fum an V ,ya ,r.,., . , ' 1 1' " ,- 'ff ' I' nf 'i ITCl','f7'7,.l'f.'7',IJl-If-"ij'.-5'f5Iii"'ff.7lfi -?1.171:.'I'fS 43542 :.:'.:if:.w- fm .-ftzfff mn: :aff . 1 Qc xc- 229111 iftii ' " I 3 raifl . .fi 4 4 'ff' .. I. , .Q 4,0 4 l P A . K ' 1. - ' , cj' vgg:fel-'jf'ffZAE?Zf?fA"ff1"2'5uQW-5.1,F2f5:f.Qtliqiziz-:f'g'gf ATM: '. . ' 4 ffff 45's f1,14aegy I " f':f.,f' f14ff'k.' ' Y' ' 3 " f ,. if 1 ff2w:'.fa.2w3421.3 ' "4 . f, ., f. .'1f:Z'Qf'V?P"'9ZQci fWff2','ii'. ' -" ' 5 g4f:jgT 'Zf4fy'6 i i fry, . QFMZ 1 . ' , Q f .f. .J c'fffC"f.4iQf5:ff:'? I . 4 ' Mit-1'P'. . f"l' R ' T 5 ff' ' , ' f .X . ' MW . ,,,, 2, 1 wig ' t .V ay, I hgdggzag'I-KAEfZWf.,., .,, -, 4 fy. ,.,,,1,, i tp gi i7fgtT?i6'f 5 N ., , M V. i A 5 Entered i 1 l r l s . f ff. ye... . 9 V f.,4w .. ,. .,,. DIOCKINGS, PETE HEINIG, ROBERT EUGENE Entered l. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Bas- ketball 1,2. Prologue to Glory, Hi-Y 1. Key Club 2,3,4. Treasurer 4. Advisory Council 1,2,4. Senior Class President 4. Homeroom Oliicer President 2. Inter club Council 4. Senior Council 4. Band l,2,3,4. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Boys State Alternate 3. HERSHBERGER, JERRY E. Entered 1. Baseball 1.2. Football 1,2,3,4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. HINDMAN, WARREN EARL Entered 1. Football 1,2,3,4, Na- tional Thespians 3,4. Prologue To Glory 3. The Rainmaker 4. Photography Club 3,4. President 4. Inter-club Council 4. Letter- man's Club 3,4. Best Actor 3. HENDRICKS, LORENE JANICE Entered 1. Red Cross 2. HELMSTETTER, CLYDE W. Entered 2. National Thespians 3,4. Great Big Doorstep 3, Pro- logue to Glory 3, The Rainmaker 4, One Act Plays 4, The Magic Flute 4. HINTON, SAM Entered 1. Band 2,3. Orchestra 3,4. , , 'Ev so if 22. .. .. . . iyffsiuffg E f.9"5,4 'Zf V ,W A "ff if .fb . if 3 K . . ff--wwf. W-.., ..., ,.f-,.,H...f,,.,..,,.WA ' QW ' ' " f"11151.44'-.g'zgi1j-giwygftg 1 1, ,. . .5- -"'7 "" . ja ... - f f igfjf., ju. 'V 1419" ima . 55.3. .1 .1 , f-,W-..,ff f . " - . "A T .., . -.-. at img. - I HOFFMAN, LARRY i .:.L3Q44:5f3,y,vy. 341' 'fy-i ,. .f f - , - 'Y 4 . -4' ' 'ww - V. V ' "Q, ,f ly -I V.-famcavm-Jiang . - . . Q Entered 1. . X ff. Q. 4-W.. D f- - . , f, . . t., . rf- 'ft ,Ill 55'-.f " Wu .37 -.-W., I T. . ,k., 4 if' 'Z K .Q , ..., V, .fi.:.' 4 . f 'nf f. 2 . fwm.-. Q 1 ISOM, JULIA ANN HOLLOWAY, PATRICIA L. Entered 4 From Roseville High School. Detroit. Michigan. Y- Teens 3. Social Committee 2.3. Student Body Ofhcer 2.3. Be- ginning Chorus 2.3. !I1.I ff! QI .1 Qi' . 'sg t..",' 1. 3 r ri ...ei il. A I -we ' l r"r"r1r'y.s"'11'r " - ',,, . 'Q 4 . , ff ., rf: 1 HOLLOWAY, PAUL W, Entered 1. Basketball 1.2. Track 1.2. Football l.2.3.4. 1-li-Y 1.2. Key Club 2.3.4. Honor Society 3.4. Honor Guard 2. Advisorv Riff .'x-"V" I if!! HOPE, KATHLEEN Entered 1. Girls' League Home- room Rep. 4. Red Cross 1. 2 Sec.. 3 Vice Pres. 3. Honor So- ciety 4. Advisory Council 1. Class Officer Pres. 1. Homeroom Officer Pres. 1. Inter-club Council 4. F.H.A. 1. F.T.A. 1.2.3 Sec.. Pres. 4. Delegate to Arizona Girls' State 3. American Legion Freshman Citizenship Award 1. HUFF, RONALD .I. Entered 1. F.F.A. 1,2.3,4. HURST, BOB C. Entered 1. Basketball l.2,3.4. Track 1,2,3.4. Football 1.2.3. Red 513025 Rep. 4. Lettermen's Club vfv . +1 Q JAMES, MARTHA ANN Entered l. Pantherettes 2.3.4. Y Teens 1.2. Entered 1. Prologue to Glory. Y-Teens 1.2.3,4. Girls' League 1. 2.3.4. Cabinet 4. Homeroom Officer Treas. 1. Sec. 2, G.L. Rep. 3. Vice-Pres. 4. Panther Trails 3.4. Quill and Scroll 4. Chorus. Advanced 2, beginning 1, concert 3. Council 3. Class President 3. Homeroom Officer 1.2. Inter-club Council 3.4. Freshman King. Let- termen's Club 2.3.4. Boys' State 3. w,:,S7 -,,....--,... ... .-,.g....-.-. V ,, F1 , , -.- HUDGINS, BILLIE FAYE Entered 3. " CI... -v..', " I., . w x,y.t..-:ah 1- f 'V ,. f.'.1.1's'.lGi lf. "'fA'l""' ".f.Qi5,,-es 'H 1' ' L ' tts? 'HUMPRHEY, LARRY OWEN . Y Projectionist 1,2,3. Entered 1. x ' ' "AF N 1-v"'7 V' I -fb 1 E 1 x L ' i-iurcHtNsoN, anus LEE if Entered 3. Chorus Beginning 1, Advanced 2. E.H.A. 3. .11 3 sr? I Nqr' JAHNCKE, RAYMOND Entered 1. VU' 9- . ' 1' JANAS, RENEE Entered 1. In if . J QL A., 3. Y hx? j -- , 1 . ., if I I it I JOHNSON, CHARLES Entered 1. Baseball 2,3,4. Basket- ball 2. Football 3. Advisory Council 4. Class Oflicer Sect. 4. Homeroom Officer Pres. 4. Senior Council 4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. R asf? Q if we rrf I ft. 1. pf' -nl' Asif? ...af LA RUE, ELVINA Entered 1. t 'STR 4'-'Eg Q 3 I-rf 't A V' K . jf? i 4'4l V Q is K. Q1 , 2 N JOYAI., SHARON LEE Entered 1. A-Squad 3,4. Head Cheerleader 4. Y-Teens 2,3,4. Cabinet 3. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom vice president 1, Secretary 2, Treas- urer 3 and 4. Journalism, MEG, 3,4. Amphi editor 4. KEARNEY, KENNETH l.. Entered 3. Math and Science Club 4. Foreign Language Club 3,4. Honor Society 3, Parliamen- tarian 4. Honor Guard 3. History Club 4. KERSCH, ROBERT J. Entered 1. Young and Gay 1, Lute Song and Green Grow the Lilacs 2, The Great Big Doorstep and Prologue to Glory 3, Rain- maker 4. Honor Society 4. Home- room OHicer Vice President 1, Vice President 4. Inter-club Coun- cil 4. Band 2. Concert Chorus 4. LAABS, DIANE T. Entered 1. Tennis 4. Band 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 3,4. V 1-+G-'M-'i.- f -s 1, -it . -" if . 4 S ' .1 . V ' , i '4"..' 3.--3' . Q ' ' .Es W 1 ' f' N ?-1 yi! , ,- rv 1 I' A KARL, KATHERINE JEANNE Entered 51. Future Homemaker-5 of America 1. KERRICK, RDSLYN D. Entered 1. Girls, League 2. Red Cross 1,4. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Of- licer Vice President 1. Chorus be- ginning 1. Future Business Lead- ers of America 4. History Club 4. KIMSEY, CAROLYN SUE Entered 1. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Chorus begin- ning 1, Advanced 2, Concert 3,4. F.H.A. 1. LAURITZEN, DAVID C. Entered 1. Baseball Manager 2,3. Basketball 1. Manager 2,3. Honor Society 3,4. Homeroom Treasurer 3. Journalism Star 2,3.4. Sports 2,3,4. News 4. Desert Gazette 2, 3,4. Sports Editor 3. Editor-in- Chief. Chorus 1,2,3,4. Concert 1, 2,3,4. Double Quartet 2,3,4. Ope- retta "Magic Flute" 4. Letter- man's Club 3,4. Chess Club 1,2. 'L JONES, ROBERT W. Entered 1. Track 1. Math and Scggnie Club 3,4. Kilowatt Club K A-5 SELL. f,r' ' ' I 'S lf? . 4 .Q E g 'SIT' Qu- ij .Q ' .hm A 5 fe' N it A 'F x K.LjJ:2'E.' . LECLAIRE, JANICE ANN Entered 3. .3 1 ..,. ,i,. I -.f'.I f 25521 133 LEIN, JOYCE ANN Entered l. Y-Teens 2,3,4. ' i I Y -I .Ni , Y.,. ..,.,--...,. 2. .mf .,,?..-,7 . 1' f ' in fs 1 Am R . I 't- 1 ku .ix V ,ff gf.. Ji! ,ii-,v ar M 1 k. ' 1'-311 15131 , -' i . --.g,4..--39.4. 'fi f- .J L ,. . , mae-..-mix...-z1-g1t.':. A z f- 1 Ky ll" 'ii 2 'F' f' 37.92, X X . X X. 1, ,V , IM! ' 'ZS- MATHEWS, ROBERT REED Entered l. Future Teachers America 4. -12-...,. F11 M ' A L ,wr '73 as xy-w. LINNEMANN, HORST O.W. Entered 3. Track 3. Tennis 4. Foreign Language Club 3, Presi- dent 4. Homeroom Vice-pres. 4. Inter-club Council 4. Q...-4' I LOSEY, RITA LEE I-UDWIG CHARL 1 ES Entered 3' Entered I. Football 1. MacDONAlD, RICHARD E. Entered 1. Baseball 1. Basket- ball l. Track 2,3,4. Fdotball l,2, 3.4. Key Club 4. Honor Society 3.4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. MARTIN, JANICE KAY Entered 4. Morrison High School. Class Ofiicer Reporter 2. Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 3, Degree 1. Library Club 2.3, Program Chairman 3. Pep Squad 1,Z,3. Volleyball 2,3, Tug of War 1,2. Honor Roll 2.3. F.H.A. State Convention Representative 1,2,3. F.H.A. Burnett Sub-District Of- ficer 3. Songleader 3. F.H.A. Representative for Varsity Visit at University Tennessee 3. MacNEII., ROBERT Entered 1. -' --vz-W... . .R 4.1--gn 75315. -,qv gg ,, I If Q, Q IQ -' 'v- 65 ,H : r' L' K, .Vx I LIGHT, CHARLES JAMES Entered 4. Art Club 4. Concert 4. v"" F' '54 . l F . 'I , 1- Pa, . p t 4 ', 'Q ,hy KJ. -Y ' 1. qqry --.... ' Cl . H 'x X- I -1 . ,f'f,:lt: W V I5 1 ,ai '2f'fZ4't"i' ' - 2 W i' . 1 ,pry x f ff' ir L - w I .,,,.-- 1 .7 'iq'-...aj :Q 'R ' 4 . ! A r.1i.,!Q,'f,i X 'A .,-gh 92,551 -3.221-:R l 'gfjttslf ay- 535 fl?Za3,g .,if5.Q':5.g, Qiing' 2.9 :trivial- 521 If. 'Qi G. :'Sw.x : MATTAUSCH, WILLIAM P. Entered l, Basketball l,2, Foot- ball 1.2,3. Safety Committee 2. Key Club 2,3. Class Oflicer l,2. Vice President. Homeroom Vice President 1. President 3. better- man's Club 2,3,4. f 134 MESSINA, MARIL JOSE Entered 1. Future Homemakers of- America 1,2,3,4. Secretary 3. Illistorian 4. Junior Achievement .f 9. .. 15 XML nb- T ' A 1, . ,,, 1 Q, N! ' 'I' ' -Qc X 71' I9 ' I f Q ff, , f' "mn, !? ' M l , if MCKEARNEY, MARY ANN Beginning Chorus 3,4. Entered 1. Fx "f'x. U ?i .i.7?T 5 f531"""QfgW ' -- I1.'2.-f5f5'i?,':3e55fxg, . , .Q-aQf.t1'iH, f. - '11-K - ' . 13. fj if 3' '72' l':K,E-7-i"5'3i-fF3'.,i' ' ' an Q1 o +24 .L . ' 1. MOLINA, SOFIE Entered 1. Songleader 2,3. Y- Teens 1,2,3,4. Girls' League 1. Homeroom Vice President 1 and 4, Secretary 2,3. A-Day attend- ant 1. Chorus, beginning 1. G. A.A. 1. MORRISON, SANDRA LOUISE Entered 1. Y-Teens 2,3,4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Band 1,2,3,4. McDANIEL, DIANE ARLENE Entered 1. Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 1,2,3. Future Homemakers of America 2. G.A.A. 2. "Make it Yourself With Wool Contest" District Winner 4. McHOLLAND, LARRY WAYNE Entered 1. Track 2,3,4. Football 1,3,4. Hi-Y 3,4. Homeroom Vice President 3. Letterman's Club 4. .,,V I If ' , ,wig iqlgf' - , Mi tv, I .' fi wuz. ,unaw- 'fssg w 'J 5512 air?-i52l5if73C" is ... li A . nf 4 7. 'QL'7"gJ . f- L7 5 MOORE, MARILYN LORETTA Entered l. Band 3,4. Orchestra 1,2,3,4. Librarian 3,4. F.T.A. 1,2,3. MCCAN, BERNARD Entered 1. MeDANlEL, TENA K. Entered 1. Cheerleaders A-squad 3,4. B-squad 23 Freshman 1. Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 4, Historian 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 2,3,4. Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Cabinet 2,3,4, Vice President 4. Homeroom Otlioer 1,2. Desert Gazette 4. Quill and Scroll 4. Beginning Chorus 1,25 Concert 3,4. Rodeo attendant 3. McINERNEY, KAREN SUE Entered 1. Prologue to Glory 3. Red Cross Homeroom Rep. 1,2. Oratorical Contest 3. Voice of Democrary 3. United Nations Speaking Contest 3. Desert Ga- zette 3,4. Panther Trails 4. F.H.A. Reporter 3, Vice Presi- dent 4. A.S.D.A. Speech and Drama Festival 3. A.S.T.E. Speech Festival 4. f, , .K -., x X MILLER, MYRON MILTON Entered 1. Football 1. Red Cross 4. Projectionists 1. Chess Club 2. , lg" 4' , : if 1. 4 4' Y. , i ' , ' L" ' " f ' . M - ' 'ffmj :,:,fg:jp,'.'ie , ""f . ., 2 W K' fi' 9 , 6' 4 ..f,.,f f' " V i If ref-.1 Y .... . 11 .-1f2.j,,'..5gfgf 72 6 ,. I A - , , .,A, gl.. . 4 up ' '45 ' 2.5 I I at ., K V5 z -an " . , iq 1 1 , , A-.4 1 W, , - ..i' tlif '77E?lf'9? wi McLAUGHLIN, LARRY Entered 1. 135 McMINN, EVA MARIE Entered l. Art Club 3,4. Program chairman. Chorus beginning 3. Future Homemakers of America ...V-1 9 f 5'3- l,2,3. I -3 -S? 1, ' 18' f--v I vi .2 -3.4 -"'1..' V, ll' T 1 'I A ' . ., V I -.... 1' Etixv. .K Y. A A ,.,,. E1 X, -I , x j 1 - I .2 v di... ,qu VIN? . 1 I' Y I . , T3 ,fuk -I - fi 4' ,gf iz- R 5'n,..' X K W 1. M:NERNEY, DENNIS EARL Entered l. Band l,2,3,4g Treas- urer 4. Orchestra 4. M:STROUL, DONALD Entered 1. Track l. Football l,2. Future Teachers of America 3. Chess Club l,2,3,4. History Club 3. NEEDHAM, WILLIAM L. Entered I. NEUBAUER, DAVID C. Entered 2. Basketball 2,3,4. Foot- ball 2,3,4. Key Club 4. Honor So- ciety 3,4. Homeroom Officer Vice President 3. Most Eligible Bache- lor 2. Letermen's Club 3,4. Boys' State 3. QR McQUEER, HAROLD JAMES Entered l. Photography Club 4. NEBE, DENNIS ALLAN Entered l. Baseball l,2. Basket- ball 1. Football l,2,3. Lettermen's Club 2,3. NELSON, NADINE ANN Entered l. Foreign Language Club 4. Y-Teens 2. Girls' League 2. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Officer l,2. Chorus advanced 4, beginning 3. F.T.A. 1,2,3,4. NEIGOCKI, JIM Entered l. Baseball 1,2,3. Bas- ketball 1,2. Football 2. Honor Society 3,4. Homeroom Oflicer 1,2,3,4. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. McMULLEN, RICHARD M. Entered I. Football I. Tennis 1.2 Hi-Y 2. Band 1.4. Orchestra 2,4 Intermural Basketball 2. . ,mpg -Q-'Y 'is- u,. L Q. V ., tl, . V V - I - Myra I b V 'fi 'I - I E' .-g', I' 1 71: I-'ifiifgfa' I Q I V - . ,ii 'Q .2 , V 'N ,t H. . Q .7 I V i ya' -, at yrg ,',:.,...-Lest, X I K I 3 NIELSON, DAN Entered 2. Advanced Chorus 3, F F A. 2.14. 'S -4-' s. I' -'kg Q. NORDMAN, ROBERT PAUL Entered l. P.A. Announcers 3,4. NORTON, GENE Entered 1. 11' W, .' 1 - 1 1, -X . M g. , X . x A 1 X . 73 ' A in -1.5 gi. . I QW ..-3' POWELL, CLARENCE R. Entered 1. Football 4. Letter- man's Club 4. I 5 an-4' L, ' , ., x , .Q gf-- ' 5:1 J3 4. . .,. -.gg-,V .1- . fr - Y ' -L e ,g x Lx OLSON, LILA Entered 4. PARKER, LARRY A. Entered 1. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Sen- tinal 3. PERSHING, JOHN F. Entered 1. Baseball Manager 3. Track Manager 2. Football Man- ager 2,3,4. Public School Week Essay Contest lst place, 3. POCHEL, DENNIS CLYDE Entered 1. Baseball 1.4. Basket- ball 1.2. Football 1,2,3,4. Lute Song. Projectionists 1, Vice Presi- dent 2,3. bf' X eg ...I OLSON, WAYNE RICHARD Entered 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Let- termen's Club 2,3,4. PERRY, RICHARD ELDON Entered 1. Baseball 2. Track 3. Football 3,4. Science Club 3,4, president 4. Math 81 Science Club 2. Key Club 4. Projectionists 1,2. P. A. Announcers 2,3. Home- room Officer, treasurer 4. Inter- Club Council 4. Lettermen's Club 4. Chess Club 1. PETERMAN, BARBARA L. Entered 1. Y-Teens 3.4. Girls' League Homeroom Rep. 3,4. Homeroom Officer President 1. Miss Mistletoe 4. Junior Achieve- ment. POPP, SANDRA JEAN Entered 3. Pantherettes 4. Home- room Vice-pres. 4. Desert Ga- zette 3. Panther Trails 4. Quill and Scroll 4. 3' gf' Sv 1 5 42:9 1-an NOTTOLINI, ROSE MARY Freshman Cheerleader 1. Foreign Language Club 1. Art Club 1. Y- Teens 2.3.4. Girls' League 2,3,4. Red Cross 1,2. Homeroom Officer 1, Treas., 2, Sec. Social Commit- tee 1 Freshman Rep. Beginning Chorus 1. F.B.L.A. 4. F.F.A. Sweetheart 3. G.A.A. 1,2. VV!" , K. .az-V. A 31442 Fei-.glxp . x 1 Q.: ix -GN. 'Tm' -. .lg ...Q 'lag 9 :HER.l3w"?ix'XW:'-349. Y 435 ' XfY'1'--11 i-'WIA-.ri Nami: .goof A A - 5-in-vt T: 13: fx Jkiiw' -rv' POWERS, ROBERT M. Entered 1. Math and Science Club l,2,3,4. Foreign Lang. Club 2,3. Program Chairman 4. Red Cross 2,3. History Club 3,4. , . s - -, .- 4 ss. -g Y, X I PREMER, MICHAEL H f PRIVETTE, JOSEPH JENNINGS .fi "' is Q--LL' I P14 V f. f . L ' 'Y ,z a . '-I , N as I as L ,..f" i lb It fs:-ef' I A, xx-. 'U ' I RIOS, CLEMENTINA R. Entered 4. Y-Teens 4. Girls' League 4. Lompoc High School G.A.A. 2. Glee Club 3. Flower Festival Contest. Miss Personality 3. Chorus 4. 1. Entered 3. Entered 1. I . Entered 1. Red Cross 4. Key , Club 3,4. .. r. I1 as f It ,F .Q x R ,I ' ,,, -4 in? 'fi 11213: , II, "X - . Vitllti Q Y L' ,I .Sf-in gear.. E x mf E grzurrr, EHERESA M. I I ntere . ongleaders 3,4. ' f Homeroom Secretary 3. Concert E dPuTz' RICHARD D' 2 ,N 2,3. 'Future Homemakers of Lgtere ,1' Basketball 1'2'3'4' ' , pw., America. G.A.A. 2,3. Chess Club Germans Club 3'4' V Q IL X I Eg. LA X 'I III- I c-,...,,,-,T-,,f7,m?F,E2 RASMUSSEN, VIRGINIA N V' Entered Advanced Chorus 1. ' Concert horus 3. f 'va-5, lm- RATE, SHIRLEY A. 0 Entered 1. Y-Teens 2,3,4. Be- I 5 C m ginnlng Chorus 1.2. G.A.A. 1, A f' I 2.3. Treas. 4. A-Club 3, Sec. 4. A . -jj, " J. . L IE I -, .,.- J 7 I ' r' -5 J 'I " 1. Ll I. RECER, FRANCIS LEON I I REYNOLDS, JEFFREY LEE Entered 1. I J? 'Q ' E RWKETTSI .STEVE RINGS, BEN RICHARD ntered 1. Projectxonists 1- Entered 1. Baseball 1,2. Football 1,2. Safety Committee 3,4. Key I ' Club 3. Honor Society 3,4. Home- . room Officer President 1, Vice A President 2, Treasurer 3. - v 1 X i RoAnEnIcK, BRENT PHILIP Entered 3. Baseball 1.2. Basket- -, ball 1.2. Football 2. Homeroom D V -fi: D , Ofncer 4. Band l,2. as -vs A "' A' . 138 it I .V '.k. , I f.,,,'k I nf , . ,-,k It QI-N, RoAosmcK, BRIAN JEFFREY - Entered 1. ' Entered 3. Baseball 1.2. Basket- 'AS' 'Qgff,1:'r3I - W ball 1,2. Football 2. Band 1. . 4 I 1 " I X . . I, . . K . .- H U IJ 'Wife f 3-'lLQQ?Hi4fi'?i?1f'51Q 'fffeffaf ITV mv --1 PM-mr "-' Iii, ' L -..'..-lvl... ' if .. .. Q .. LVAZ, 2531,-.lf ' V K . . f' 43" 5 wwf.. . . W Q... gif, ,., .f..f pf. f. 'ffwifmf Vq?'5'f.,:zQjQZ75,02 55,5124 ik fr , ' - - . I .AV,, . I .. ,V 1. L ff,3f5v.' ' . I YUM ' jf ' f Y if W' f . , fm 3: .fgfgg ' ni ' . 2 K f . ra. SHALVAY, JOAN CATHERINE Entered 1. Pantherettes 1,2,3,4. Homeroom Oflicer, Treasurer 3. Future Homemakers of America 1. Future Teachers of America 2.1. ROSENTHAL BECKY L. Entered 1. Y-Teens 1,2. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 3. F.H.A. 3, Sect. 4. F.T.A. 3, His- torian Librarian 4. Wool Contest 33, 4. Grand State Winner Jr. Div. SAENZ, DAVID FRANKLIN Entered 2. Prologue to Glory 3. Junior Achievement 3, Pres. 4. SCHULTE, BONNIE JEAN Entered 1. Pantherettes 2,3, Head Pantherette 4. Pres. 4. Prologue to Glory 3. Y-Teens 1,2, Inter- club Council 3, Pres. 4. Girls' League 1, Historian 2, vice presi- dent 3, parliamentarian 3. Red Cross 2. Class Officer Vice Presi- dent 1, Sect. 2. Inter-club Council 4. F.H.A. 1. SEDRICK, GERALD ANTHONY Entered 1. Baseball 1. Mgr. Pro- jectionists 1,2,3,4. President 2. Future Farmers of America 3, Letterman's Club 1. 'ffv 4' is A ,ia l aa- 'fi A 7 1 . RUSSELL, TOM E. Entered 1. Key Club 4. Home- room Officer 4. Inter-club Council 4. Band 1,2. Future Farmers of America 1,2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. SAINT, ADDIE JOYCE Entered 1. Honor Society 3,4. Honor Guard 4. Voice of Democ- racy, 2nd place 1. Chorus 1. SCOTT, PAUL ALAN Entered 1. Math and Science Club 2, Pres. 3,4. Honor Society 3,4. Inter-club Council 3. Band 1,2,3,4. Orchestra 3,4. Uniform Mjnager. Chess Club 1,2, Pres. 3, . SERJAK, MARCIA Entered 4. Songleaders 4. Girls' League 2,3. Y-Teens 4. F.T.A. 2, Treas. 3. Z 'IQ 'ii "' rl ff. Va, 44-f" I I. i f 4371241 h , FM - e K' . . . 1-lx.. 41517 ,' Q y, ff' it A-""'-" K ' X-.4 Wy ,L79-. fur, .. "1f1..j. . sf'l1'F3Qk"f:f'.. k,j'g?3's.,, 1 1v,f.:.-Lg.. ' A4 - '..gwsa+- .-WST-fY,?.f ' 411 139625 IC51"i!'3Lr K jjfgfgjw . 'ubalf ,. fe 'Quay 1 ..1:: f?Z'fi'-2552214 .af ' jaw ?f3w'1rg Q ' fm. -4- kf -,-' .f- . Q -2' . , - .at . 3. 44 I iii? QEWSYZ ?jf'f -I 'K Z, 47,1 A..-,- -5-7,4 2' -. - .1 vw.:..4f1:f:1e-111:25 VX . 'Jwe:EJlI'YT"'3'5' V ,-1-7'..,.,,.,f , 4 . f gfrffq jg.: kr: : y,fj'rg.g.,g1':'.1,1 .4 V. .f ,,.V. f ,gf f,.f.,1,..g 1 ,Q ,f" fLfl1,:2' f .M-. ,.... .4 'ff ,f A ,ww 41 Ms .V r, Y K ,I-1" SHARRAH, JAMES Entered 1. Track 1,2,4. Football gi. Future Farmers of America , . SHIFF, JAMES ALLEN Entered l. Track 1,2. Football 3, 4. Tennis 2. National Thespians 3.4. Vice-president 4. "Great Big Doorstep." Foreign Language Club 2,3,4. Advisory Council 3. Homeroom Ofhcer 3, president. Citizen 2,3. Lettermen's Club 4. American Field Seryice Repre- sentative-France. Chairman "Pea- nuts for Polio" 4. - 44,61-3. - -f f -' e. 141 5 . . .Q rf f 11: Y-'Ir' - - W- - - ...,w-,......,.,7, . A , i 'I 3... 1 ,,.. 'fi T ' 'ts' iz:-eyiiflii ,' , . N 'fii'-Q'-iff .- X X ' . 1. ...IE ' yi - sq . 1 " fm' '4 . V "Q - 3 . - 1 f . 1 f 1 1 f 3 , , . f Y-iv',i.-N: .' . ' Tt'f!V'IiIn" 'i S w' A D R f- iff ff? if fi riliiffj rg ' . " ' 1 ' f "' " 'W' 'Wifi' ii ' . Q I wg 1-.- -f SOTOMAYOR, VICKY Entered 1. Future Business Lead- ers of America 4. Future Ho ea . m makers of America l.2,3,4. Ps rv-,tb X ' iff 1 QR ru , I? ,,- Q 'Q 'I I 1 SHUTAN BARBARA MAXINE I F, I , -V., .,. G SMITH, FRANCES KAREN Entered 4. Art Club 4. Home- room Treasurer 4 a , A . P nther Trails Entered 1. Y-Teens 1,2,3. Art Editor 4. Future Teachers of America 4. SHINBERG, MARK HARVEY Entered 1. Photography Club 2. 3,4. Treas. w ne f SMITH, NORMAN LESTER ' Entered l. Basketball l.2.3,4. SNYDER, WANNA Football 2. Homeroom Othcer Entered I. Efkb lied Cross l. Lettermen's S U - "- .aa Nfzifif . SOFLIN, DOLLY Entered 1. SOMMERS, BILL Entered 1. T 'F 'M' '37 SOHO, STANEY Entered 1. Math Club 4. Band 151.3 Orchestra 2,3,4. Chess Club 1, , ,4. SOTOMAYER, CECILIA RODRIGUEZ Entered 1. Pantherettes 3. Red Cross 1,2,3,4. Inter-club Council 4. F.H.A. 1, Sec. 2, Vice Presi- gent 3, President 4. G.A.A. 1,2, ,4. px PY' c"" 2 I 1 Sy m qs .2 'in it V . .I ' 1"-31 ' -P . . -41. , , L11-3 1 :V , .J I . 5' ' J K . i... ' "SQ: ' ' 2 -N ,ein flax STATER, BRENT JOHN Entered 2. Honor Society 4. Homeroom Officer 4. Inter-club Council 4. Band l,2,3, Pres. 4. Orchestra 3. 140 STILES, SARAH JANE Entered l. Y-Teens 4. Red Cross RCD- 1. United Nations Speaking l2. Chorus beginning I. -.. - .-,C v.., .-.awww . fi...-TJ ' 5 Q., 915 1-5 bs 'Ctr ,S TOIA, DON Entered 2. Football 3. ,v,u..,. 1. N- --,- -,- f----W 4---,1f -ff-f xg. 6- STOUGH, JOYCE ARLENE Entered 1. Y-Teens I. Concert Chorus l,2,3,4. Double Quartet 2, 3,4. Operetta 4, The Magic Flute. SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN MARY Entered 1. Pantherettes 4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Homeroom Rep. 4. Red Cross Rep. 4. Future Homemakers of America 3. G.A.A. 3,4. TESSARO, PATRICIA ANN Entered 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3. THOMPSON, JOAN B. Entered 1. Son leaders 34 g , 1 Re- serve 3. Prologue To Glory 3. Foreign Language Club 4. Y- Teens 3,45 Corresponding Secre- tary 4, Cabinet 4. Girls' League 2,3,4g abinet 4, Program Chair- mang Homeroom Representative 3. Red Cross 1,2. Class Officer, Vice President 4. Homeroom Oflicerg Secretary 1, Treasurer 2. Inter-Club Council 4. Senior Council 4. Desert Gazette 3. Panther Trails 43 President 4. Future Teachers of America 2,33 Treasurer 3. ies 1 I 'S ...- "Nom NG-4 QA STRESS, DALLAS Entered 1. SWANSON, WILLIAM ROBERT Entered 1. THOMPSON, DALE CLINTON Entered 1. Chess Club 1. THOMPSON, PATRICIA ANN Entered 1. Pantherettes 3,4. Girls, League 3. Homeroom Representa- tive 3. Honor Society 3,4. Secre- tary 4. Honor Guard 3. United Nations Speaking Contest 3. Homeroom Ofhcer 4. lnter-club Council 4. Parliamentarian 4. Fu- ture Nurses of America l,2,3,4, President 4. i"I't'f"""-"'f'7"' ' T'Tf?""' T " "TT TTT C M W' "wmv-Tfvfl 'fav' -gi ' W 1. Tx-f 5 ' ,L x I , I .XI STOCKTON, JUDY ANN Entered 1. Honor Society 3.4. Honor Guard 3. Homeroom Of- ficer Sec. 1. F.T.A. 1, Treas. 2. WI' , A' . , T " ,. ' 'S 3? P 2 . -u-suv ,.,..,, . V. i f A v L 12 ' I we E4 I -ff, Y -1 3 -gm' .A 22' ki , S I-RQ X ft QW" X . fi ' - ' ' ' 5 'f5f'."1'lc.1f. "s- - Y . 1-1 . , if I V . X- , . 'sf ' I TRAVIS, RONALD BRUCE Entered 2. Track 2. Football 2,3 Letterman's Club 3,4-. 1 TRACY, LEONARD NELSON A -in K , VER VELDE, ANNETTE JEAN Entered 1' L ' f , Entered 1. Art Club 1. Honor So- f V 1, A ciely 3.4. Honor Guard J. I-uture V, ' yi- ws- Teachers of America 1.2.3.-3. , I .J ., 'Z f - t, .ff A if ' X - A l l . i ! V 1 K r 3 H . X -v I 3 l F 14' .awe ,,- i ' 'ifofm "sf it -.fb ' A f, Ji' ' ' YY ns WA, MM:-Jt,y.w r f ' .- s f' , -Qin t Fl 'S f an ,VIH ' AI SMA' 1' - " f fl gl G ,Q .,.,. . W R -an I , 1 WILLIAMS, GERALD W. Entered l, Basketball l. Cross Country 2.3.4. Track 13.4, Lute Song 2. Hi-Y l. Homeroom Of- hcer 4. Band l.2,3.4. Drum Ma- jor 4. Orchestra 1.3.4. Lettermen's Club 2.3.4. VAN HEVEL, DENISE MARIE Entered 1. Chosen Representative Delegate of Amphitheater to the Student Librarians Association of Arizona 4. Library Club 4. WATSON, ELIZABETH ANN Entered 2 From Tucson High. Tennis l,2,3. Girls' League Rep. 4. Orchestra 3. G.A.A. l. WATERMAN, MARTHA ANN Entered 3. Tennis 3. Art Club 4. Homeroom Officer 2. G.A.A. 3,4 Program Chairman. A-Club 4. WEATHERSPOON, PHILLIP C. Entered 1. Cross Country 2,3,4. Track 2.3.4. Football 1. Honor Society 4. Concert Chorus 1,2,3,4. Double Quartet l,2,3,4. .. .3-H. it 1- . . 'WH -F, Lx "5 "' J 5-. l X. Fiffgtftg. - .. . A ' 'iii' ' we ' f' JL , " .f,f"h,a,t,.. WEST, DAVE D. . V " 5 " . f Entered 4. Baseball l,2,3,4. Cross WESTMURELANDI JOHN E- V ." ,QQ'1 f Country 3,4- Entered 1. Homeroom Officer 5' x-,QM Pres. 2. 4 ' QM ':qt'L.q Q 3 im I . tag K- If l "':w. li .3 . Q: ,ZQ,,?,,,..V. .5 . wt-ms, rom Entered 1. E WILKENS, HAL WAYNE ,Q , . ntered 4. fu., K 5 t j Hs" . ' V Y:,f':,r I . git. f nf.. at 92. V I ...iiiglpt .st 'jg . l QQ "M" 'Ii if L15 'S it '77 ., li if Kit' 'iff 4' WT ls" , A ' A 'x E dv:RAY, Roseau' w. - ' -'A -' 'Q . ntere . 1 4- 18 ' .L 9 0 , ' ' I 1 - 4 K--J s L7 u D 1 If 1? Z at i 142 YARNALL, SALLY Entered 1. Pantherettes 2,3,4. The Rainmaker 4. Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. Girls League 1,2,3,4. Red Cross 1,2. Homeroom Secretary 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, and Treasurer 4. Desert Gazette 3,4. Exchange Editor 3. Feature Editor 4, Panther Trails 4. Future Teachers of America 2. Art Club Seniors Without Pictures Bankhead, Walter Boepple, Don Buckwalter, Jean Crawford, Sharon Diemer, Sandra Druley, Georgette Farrington, Barbara Fogletance, Jerry Juhnke, Arnold McKee, Linda Molohan, Roland Payne, Tom Pearson, Ben Schaub, Sandra Scott, William Smith, Byron Vick, Don Wittkopf, Susan Young, Ronald YORK, JOYCE ANN Entered 1. Future Homemakers of America 2. Seniors Sell Booklets to Raise Money The Senior Class sold booklets of all the school events. This was to raise monev for the Senior Ditch Day Pictured left to right: Sue Brown, George Bivens, Alice Cuthbertson, Bob Heining, Linda Hinman, N NNW:-rv-" X , 1 GZ' K f ' A I Sp! . of A- UQ GCS 1 , I, 15 ., Q Q.: "Inj " . M -. . ., If' -1 . ,JJ '7 ni U 511- M Sb ,U I X . .,,.,'.M- 1 ,119 :h'll,,.r W fv'fr,,,n ,Llr.-,und W W 1 Q f " . A , '4'. 1- . x V, s 1 VA , 111.,,,lfIh,"11.-,W 7'41,, on WW, U, l1,.,,kY O S i A n x ' I 1.. 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LA!- 1 W.: V111 ' AJ. ', 11-'K ' , ,-.,,. .....-,.,..s,.,,. . . 'E 1 nior U 1 Qfent Q .nn ll 111 X '- -151-Y".?'c" '-1--11 11111 'ewan' h "-V f - :'f""""" von. ' d n 'Willy uh. lv llltdq, D Stud . b 1 "fm l i g h""V0d or .V ,U N 1 Pin. fm' mn 'Une ,Numb 111. f, o ll 1 su11.1Z',:-" ar 111. 'g',,':,f"" , .Q 1 . ' mph. In 1 037 11-1 "u"m'l m"'P'1r. nnqu' 'HW 'hm gl:'d10o14.,,",f'f' lua.m L ul! lp 'Hill ln Uv 1 f 1 11:':.g1-11i'1f'1L..'Z."',g- 7710 mth 'MU' 100 f E ICR VANI H FRID THE 13th Friday, May 13 showed a mysterious disappearance of seniors around Amphi. That was the date chosen for the annual Senior Ditch Day at Encanto Park in Phoenix. Swimming, canoeing, softball, and other activities were planned by general chairman Paul Holloway and his committee. A full day of fun and excitement was enjoyed by all. 145 BETH CLARE cRoW ED PRO QUEE MSUMMER PLACE' ETTI G .JA 1,0 5. E 1 s 4' 38 5 0 r"3P 145' . 'X , i V, VIEV' ' . . Y l fff '4 ,I 'fi ," ffl., X, WS" it I ,. X if V " .- 7 2' .uae s cfm- , 5 .fs 1.1 -x 1, -1, ' pd?" 1-' Wa.. bffvaglll ' t i .- J, -V. X ngtibxg E fig 4 .Q 22, ' NYJ, 'wt' ' .t y ...Wy . .YF 1 J 1 O With a background of cool trees and Flowers, the Junior-Senior Prom, "Summer Place," which began at 8:30 p.m.,.May 21, created a light and carefree atmosphere. Occupying the center of interest was the fountain with flowers floating over the cool water, effectively aided by the vines and plants placed throughout the main floor of the El Conquistador Hotel. All this was enhanced by the Hower gardens. After Prom activities included a movie at the Park theater and a breakfast at the Skyroom of Tucson. Music for the Prom was furnished by the "South Winds." .,4Qqvw,f Za .. V . Q , L K QT 'V l 59 - A gf 1 T ig A - 1 L' A, . s ji WE. ' . i K 1 -4 ' C1 it A junior ass ji 1. , , 5 rx 'T A " i Qi ff NNN , QQ.. x.', 3 X Linda Hinman A D F Representative I' Dug Ofmef Vice President Yf 'wwf , 1-.- 5-. . ifii . simfsu- e.uwFaw X- 'e.i t- 2 ' . WQXX Lax Xi. . f f ZXNYSQX i iii' 5i?vi2fi i'n,i55 'f 1 , Bill Flint President Jo Ann Rosso Judy N01-dale Treasurer Secretary The junior sponsored "Holly Hopn on De- cember l8, initiated the activities the class held during the year. Junior home rooms in January were offered tickets to the Prom as an incentive for complet- ing payment of dues in their sections. The first week in February was designated "The Woman Is Required to Pay" week. During this "Twirp" week a complete set of entertaining events was offered by the class to raise additional funds for the Prom. A movie, a Talent Show, and a Sock Hop, were conducted through the week. Doug Fonner was elected the junior's "Most Eligible Bachelor." With a bulging treasury, the junior class pre- pared in earnest to complete plans for the Junior- Senior Prom on May 28. Committees were formed for the Prom and 149 the after-prom activities on March 9. A midnight movie and early morning breakfast were arranged for after the Prom. March and April were the months of strenuous campaigning for class and Student Body oiiices. And many juniors were also elected to club offices. In April many juniors proudly displayed their "Class of 61" rings. Juniors were privileged during April to have been selected for practice in Arizona government at either Boy's State or Girl's State. Also a dele- gate was chosen by the American Field Service to be our school's good-will representative to some foreign country this summer. Toby Hood presided as Junior A-Day attend- ant, and Patsy Harrington was the Rodeo at- tendant. Aragon, Marietta Ashley, Marge Athey, Richard Aubrey, David Banks, Linda Barnett, Patti Barron Leon Bartenslager, Sandy Bayless, Peggy Beard, Bob Bennett, Sarah Bequette, Gerry Berry, Bill Berry, Camille Berthelot, Paul Best, Grace Blevens, Margie Bonnin, Lorraine Boot, Jackie Bopar, Sharon Bordeaux, Shirley Boyer, Bette Bradley, Bill Brock, Rick Brown, Susan Bryant, Genevieve Bullington, Amy Burney, Bill Busch, Ethel Buzby, Dale Byars, Joe Byrd, Joanne Canales, Nancy Carlson. Gary Carpenter, Gary Carroll. Ann Cathey, Friou Cazan, Sharon Ciotti. Jo Clark. Charlotte .1""s-J A "WE ' X fi - -.ff f , . I 9 i x an fl IN 'I l Q'-J fgg. f' -J N ' I ,JI K fr L 'Wt -1 4' va 4, Q37 ,' 5' ' wht, ' f, wa 6 sf Q 'a we i of ,. .2 fa, ,::. " 1 n ' . 7 M. A Y ,Q-. ,Q ,-. 'Av- 'id ,UK rf, , W ...av 'fr A Q A A ,A ,L f ' s... V K , '4 la ,nn Q U 'K' 6 T A'-.fy .Q .W 41? A, ' A. 44 1 I Adcock Eva Ann , - -'61 - ' 5' get Anderson, Barbara f,1f','-5'L," ,fi f Q' 5' 5, J lvtv 1 5 F 1 mf . 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L, K 1 2' ilelgl, ig 8 add- X 'I - Yr 'Fi , 155 Reger, Brenda Reidhead, Delores Rench, Larry Reneau, James Reynolds, Rosalyn Richter, Dean Roaderick, Marcia Robinson, Ed Rohloif, Jacque Rosso, Jo-Ann Rothgeb, Wilhelmina Ruhl, Janice Rumohr, Sandra Salomone, Millie Sallay, Karen Schibley, Susan Schneidmiller, Janet Schrubb, Kathleen Schubert, Eddie Schmid, John Schwori, Bill Sedrick, Larry Shaffer, Perry Shaver, Beverly Shelton, Roger Shillito, Westley Simmons, Diane Sinks, Maurice Slaby, Frank Smith, Archie Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith smirhj Snow, Diane Kristi Lynda Martha Sandra Sandy Larry Sotomayor, Richard Spaulding, Jim Sperka, Eddie Steen, Ken Steger, Rosie Stillson, Delores Sullivan, Jim Thomas, Kenneth Thornton, Bill Tidmore, Betty Tipton, Bob Todd, Lola Torrington, Tim Trimble, Margaret Trusky, Vicki Underwood, Boyd Untch, Eddie Valdise, Yvonne Valenzuela, Alex Valenzuela, David Valenzuela, Orlando Vargas, Don Verhoeven, Dorthy Wagoner, Carolyn Wahlsmith, Robin Walker, Berkey Watts, Ken Welch, Carl Whatley, Bill Whitaker, Charles White, Vona Wicker. Sue Williams, Diane Williams, Victor Wilson, Lola Wilson, Shari Winchell. Joan Windsor, Sue Wortman, Michael Wright, Rita Wrinkle, Johneth Yagcr. KHTCU Yehling. Larry Yocum, Barbara Youngblood. Fred I 55 f ..', E ,I ' 'T , '. 'f' V 2 . . V. , 1 ' ' 7 'ff' Q' I " . - ,ii A. il , , M.. Bmw. ,ff We 22' if , Tig -Q Q Q .H - if '-sw fs- rf,-:QT Q Q T E, ., M , 2 .. aw- ,:' . : -,I 1 , .Q , W., , l, 1 -t X .. , T , l r L - - H .vu ,, 1 lf N T 7 L K af, , ,,. ' - ,Eg , .i -1'-,i Ti! 1, , I I gi f" A , - T, A 1, 'T T J, L T 5,1 ,.. fi K , ev. 1 1. . L ei. S. V A 'Flair ' ..- , , lik e 'a Eff 1 V, T in ' i a 1' " T .1 i .HK J I3-WV' i a 5' -Lqififf T T Y. T -T , 1 V- V, ,- 1- ., f f , - . 4, - gm-wh... -ff, Y. .-im ,Tai ' " W Q- 5' f' ' " 4' , " i' 5' 1 NT' 'M Lf TT T T T- f T f T 4 , , ,f T 1 f f-- fig Q Tm 1 - V tr- T' 'fri'-, ff , - ' f - . A T if T Q ' " 1 fu 938 ' .W if ff Ei N . . 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V I - A-Za, 3 X t ime ' , V I , 1 ff ,, ' -,za ' 1 1 4, ,f ff- l '. , 5' s A wp. 7 - .1-5 , , ef A X' -Tw ' F ' " f a 5 , ,X " , 1 3 'S ' , faiff , -, .- , .lib as Es ti X, - ,7 T -' T' ,E "lik, - A N . 1 .T l56 Juniors Without Pictures Allen, Louise Bengson, Stuart Bracamonte, Ralph Burke, John Cage, Benny Clark, Linda Dalton, Lucille Dearing, Dixie Deuchle, John Eisaman, Claire Foster, John Frannea, John Gard, Glennadine Ingram, Sharon Lehman, Darryl Liepse, John Molina, Tolanda MOU, Jett Mount, Wayne McKee, Larry Pearsall, Roge Pearson, Georgiana Pierce, Mike Rasmassen, Gary Schmid, John Sheibley, Sandra Sullivan, Terry Teel, Roy Thomas, Bob Wood, Ray Juniors Observe HTWJFD Week" The Junior Class officers, Linda Hinman, Jo Ann Rosso, Bill Flint, Judy Nordale, and Doug Fon- nerg are observing t'TWirp Weekf the Junior sponsored activity to raise money for the Prom. The week's activities included a movie l'An American in Paris," a Talent Show and the Sock Hop. The Most Eligible Bachelor was also elected and crowned during half-time at the basketball game. is Linda Blakely Represenlalive 1 Suzanne Bellinger Treasurer The sophomores began to find themselves this year, both scholastically and in the area of enter- ing the social whirl in Amphitheater High School. Their special activities included selling candy, a bake sale and making plans for their sopho- more dance, March 18. Vicki Brazeal represented the Sophomore class for the A-Day activities. Sophomore Class V' Bob Childers Presidenl 158 ,"'5 Vickie Brazeal Vice President Charlene Ballard Secretary Rodeo Week found the Sophomores garbed in their Western attire with one of their members, Linda Blakely, accepting the honor of Rodeo attendant. Class officers under the supervision of Mrs. Nichols were Bob Childers, Vickie Brazeal, Char- lene Ballard, Suzanne Bellinger, and Linda Blakely. 1 New w, . fifvr'-'K 'ff"f """' 5 A A "5 f' ,J .,l1i+,,MV4 xjm. 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Carolyn Wollard, Dana Wood, Linda Wood, Sue Worrell, Jerry Wright, Jim Zeller, Sherrie Berry, Kavl Bramlett, Laurie Brand, Helen Brummett, George Covintton, Claudia Croeninsnreld, Jim Carlin, Jack Foster, Judy Gonzales, Frank Gunderson, Terry Henderson, Margie Herbster, Milton ,""7 951 ffm "5 S: .1 Hx v,w,.,i. - , . Q F' z ,E ' . A S? ' '-., . ,iv ,L 3 Q if M' ' N A f f E ' c il? r 1 , 3 5 "wut . .... - tag, Ti - - " 'lu f . . , ,J 'J x x 4' j ' ig Sophomores Without Pictures Holt, N013 Roberts, Don Howell, Tom Jansen, Richard Kennedy, Margaret Lawrence, Karen Lohr, Ruth Massie, Jack Mills, Gene McA'doo, Paulette McCofhn, Suzanne McMahan, Dorothy Posedley, Jim Saenz, George Shook, Tobert Slevert, Wayne Swett, Dennis Swingle, Roy Whittemore, Gale Wilmore, Chavity Wilson, Gaile Wooster, Grant Officers Prepare F or Hop Kina. -uf Preparing for the Sophomore Hop are Linda 13179 Bob Childers, president, Vickie Brazeal Blakely, representative: Charlene Ballard, secre- treasurer: and SUZHIHIC Belllnger, vice-presidenti 3 Freshman Class Martha Mansur 'Q f Kit Henry Vice President Representative ,Q shiriey Rucker , ' President . "l' F q . iis- V Z i - l - 5412 f- Xfijff . r siii Mimi Russell Mickey Snowden Treasurer Secretary The bell rang on September 8, 1959, and thus began a banner year for the freshmen, The ex- citement of the first week wore off as they settled down to the studies teachers so generously gave them. They were soon in a whirl of activities with football games and after game dances. A Fresh- men swimming party and dance was held at the first of the year. On November 25, they had a Sock Hop in the gym. To help raise funds for their treasury they sponsored a basketball game between the Flowing Wells faculty and the Amphi faculty on February 15. A semi-formal dance was held in May. The Freshmen Class has been very active this year under President, Shirley Rucker, Vice Presi- dent, Kit Henry, Secretary, Mickey Snowden, Treasurer, Mimi Russell and Representative, Martha Mansur. They were well represented in Pantherettes and Kathy O'Neil, Marilyn Dal- rymple and Carol Slaminski were the ,Freshmen Cheerleaders. They have now completed one year of their high school careers and are looking forward to their last three years of school. Agnew, Mike Alsvick, Donna Armstrong, Jerry Arnold, James Arvizu, Ruben Arvizu, Sylvia Ash, Louise Bailey, Ann Baitzer, Donna Baker, Glenda Baker, Larry Ball, Buckie Barry, Alice Bartenslager, Sharon Beard, Carl Bedillion, Robert Belatti, Arlene Belt, Bill Best, Alice Bensen, Bradley Berridge, Dale Bivens, Forrest Blanton, Barbara Blystra, Jim Bock, Anne Boone, Jeanie Boot, Shula Bouchard, Verna Brassard Betty Brown, Frank Brown, Jack Brown, Larry Buchheit Sandy Bulley, Gloria Bullington, Bruce Bustamante, Carole Caddell, Elizabedm Calk, Tommy Calvillo, Bertha Campbell, Dan Campbell, Dwayne Campbell, Steve Canales, Linda Canez, Tony Carrillo, Yolanda Carroll, Mildred Chalmers, Frank Chambers, Martha Chapman, Sheron Charowhas. 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Freshmen Without Pictures Breglia, Lei Lanie Brown, Jim Byrd, Jeanne Drumm, Marshall Dzielak, Judy Edgar, Zada Gibson, Janice Hall, Candice Helming, Harold Jeter, Butch Jones, Rodger King, Richmond Ladreniere, Doralene Lilly, Sharon Madden, Molly Mahler, David Mull, Max Norris, John Peck, Judy Pelland, Gerald Ruesch, Goraldine Russell, Jerry Skinner, Martin Smith, Robert Spare, Dale Wells, Don Wilson, John Freshmen Hold Superstition Ball Williams, Richard Williams, Rickey Wilson, Vicky Wingate, Albert Wise, Beverly Witt, Nancy Witthoeft, Mary Woessner, Marolyn Young, David Yslava, Yolanda Zoellner, Sandra Freshmen class sponsored the Superstition Ball which was held on May 13. People who planned this dance are left to right: Marcia Florentz, Joe Frannea, Sammie Collins, Charles Rochille, i Queen--Shirley Rucker, King-Tuck Liska, Kathy OiNeill, Wayne Franklin, Jane DeMinor and Steve Campbell. X 1-5?1QP?Qf' gg Cs- N Q Q if Qi , Qiik fig EEEQR f X pl 5? Kg. if X EHEYEXREVQ 2523 ASQ gli X? if H, 2-Y ADVERTISING IIM'S MENS SHOP Ronstadt Hardware SPCDRTSWEAR WESTERN WEAR SHGES 70 North Sixth Avenue Company 3143 N. lst Ave. fIf2 lalork youth of Fl. Loweflj Congralulali0nJG d I We hope to continue to serve you for all your phonograph and record needs. MARS - HALL aan :AST Pnmcc nano Tom Russell shows an expression of approval while trying TUCSON MUZONA out a Farmall tractor from Ronstadt's. C30 DRACLE R0llD LUMBER C0. 3860 N. Oracle Road MA 2.3531 9 Lumber . . . Paint . . . Hardware e S Cement . . . Lime . . . Plaster . . .Tools Roofing . . . Doors . . . Millwork Q75 5125 176 df ,R 1:2,,rQf'- TUCSON'S STORE OF FRIENDLY SERVICE p A Stone ot Phone 5 I A TUXEDO RENTALS Dinner Jackets in Q WHITE o BLUE A o RED Complete with Shirts and All Accessories ' MA 3-3611 PSt'1l'1lf'lQfOf'1 ' For All Occasions 513554 --Q vm-A! x xv? x ' me wx www we ' ' as Progressing with a greater Tucson! 'I012 E. 6th Sf. MA 2-0262 Where "THRlFTlES" Save You 270 Cash on all Your Purchases 6,41 AT PARK Near the University NEWS... , About ' About , About ' About o About ' About Reported to you throughout the year by . . . t . . Arnphi - Tucson - Pima County - Arizona the nation - the World - ,Arianna mInSie11' Eucsan Daily Glttizen Produced and distributed by Tucson Newspapers, Inc. 177 CASAS ADOBES Merchants Association 7113 N. Oracle Road gr,-115' - f--, V,-7, CY 7-0802 Looking as refreshing as the fountain behind them are Barbara and Beverly Booth, who seem to think that Casas Adobes is the only place to shop. KOLD --I-V nnwfns to Bmw the occnslnu Channel 13 Your CBS Station For Tucson The staff and management of KOLD- TV extend their sincere wishes for future success to the student body of Amphitheater High. Garden Flower Shop 2936 N. Stone Ave. MA 3-9485 ARIZONA 0PE.'L'v.'i.?1CiELNG Special Prize Entry IIEGIERS' IAIIES' Open 24 Hours 'I240 N. STONE BOOK STORE NO LIQUOR SERVED Compliments of 3:35 Jflffvld DWG C0- 815-817 N. Park MAin 4-6731 Sam De Witt Representing fasten? for Clem Antrey Brotlyem Ring! Gmcinntion Announcements and and Cards Since 1939 179 r -1,- . :sffz in -::'1'5?fi-5"' " 'B' f ltliifz'-jr. .ri ll ':i:':g7.i . ' , f LW M695 7 6 f f fi gh , .-r ', f Ms OWNED ff! -" 1 I' f' ' 2:1 I' fx I K 'f ' I -'ffl-" + if' ff ' v I f.- fo M 111,-1 H A .ffilf W"-:-f - - 6 :fy-"Z Zffwfg -'fl gg! If f If 5 '-62,231 -' .- ' f 1' ff , f , 1 54? ,f ,, I t, aff? J, M 1 , f f riff 0" 4 ' , if -f mf 'I ,FJ y IE J ' . ' N' Yf. xcboxtck 5 19 W' 1' Wxxg, -'H-W' . SERVING ARIZONA if" A 'Ml Q. . "Ten-mmrk L :: "' ' R V 'QMILK UQ np:-1 I 11 xx' nur! S qi . ,I Seen awaiting their malts from the Amphi Dairy Queen are Carol Denson, Tom Russell, Julia Isom, and Frank Griifin. Congratulations Io the Class of 1960 Amphj Dairy Queen Q SCH OOL FURNITURE o omce FURNITURE 31 YEAR HISTORY our obiective.has been to provide a fully rounded to all schools in ARIZONA e SCHOOL surruss . OF F'CE surruss ss vIcToIz ADDING MACIIIN VICTOR PRINTING CALCULQLODRUCTS Sln UPLICATING ROYAL TYPEWIIITEIIS A. BBZICSQIZEWRITERS E- . :DIS ,I Stundard-Electnc-Poriable DITTO DUPLICATOR5 epalr' 5' , I SGFVICS 530 Wfsr WAsHlNaro1v - HOWARD 8- STOFFT Uucsonl ' PRESCOTT - FLAGSTAFF ' MESA ' SAFFORD 0 BISBEE 0 YUMA STATIONERS lYumal avi-ARINQ e A ""' if-I 4 The Bank of Douglas 0 ,,, , M MyfAf1gi'l3lf3f"Lv.ZFX ' " 1V"' ,"" ' I' , 1 n 0, 2 The Bank of Tucson V? if , -5 .-', 1:54, I 0 ' 0 w Frrst Natronal Bank of Ar1zona ' a nna f 1 ' iiggg m Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Company a as a -QQ 'Q B V Valley National Bank SQ ,. C I Pk 182 SI-IANDIJING LITHOGRAPHING mc. XXQXQTX K2 6 X MX Marcia Serjak and Tena McDaniel seem to be enjoying the modern kitchen equipment featured at McDaniel's. McDcmie1's Plumbing 6: Heating 732 E. Ft. L well Ro d Mhin 4-0053- 3 135 trorn Congratulations to the graduating class ot 1959 922 E. Speedway 'G Swan RUDY CORDOVA'S AMPHI PLAZA Chevron Service "IT PLEASES US. . .TO PLEASE YOU" "We Spoil Our Customers" ,..,- 1 T.EDLITT D PHARMACIST ' F 2502 N. CAMPBELL AVE., TUCSON, ARIZONA -r E Phone EA 5-3359 5- 5 31 D- Q -L lull Lu 'P , 1 -si. WINDQVVCRAFT products co. 7 Y ' 2707 North First Avenue MA 3-7523 David Hathaway and Jeanne Coward get on-the-spot serv- Tucson' Arizona ice from the Amphi Pluzu Chevron Station. Custom Draperies Shade Screens lst. Ave. and Ft. Lowell MA 2-2592 B'ff:1wC"e 23,3320 Doors We Honor All Standard Oil Credit Cords Veneficn Blinds Window 5hGd6S And Feature STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 184 G Iwi' Department Store in lhe Amphi Plaza 707 E. Ft. Lowell nd. Mhin 3-5131 827 E. 17th 51 V, ,Z V . fl , ,.,,.,,,.f,',,f 14 fl fl: It 423'lj'V'?gI' ? ' f... , , ' ' ff"f.f,5f 4, ,,,,,,g ,M,,,,. 5 , we rf , -1-fmifieififf ' A E4 -ep, 21-'2lf"' V :R ' f' 1-. , fp: -' ' , ,, 45, jeg, 7 f,- Wy ,,Z:,f,,:,1mwfx,, I I WEECO CONTRACTORS, INC., at 1 744 South Euclid, are real Arnphi boosters Dick McDonald and John Dickey examine an acetylene welder on one of the trucks at WEECQ. 0 BAKER MA 3-7569 "Rainbo is good bread," says Pat Thompson to Dick McDonald, as she points to a 185 Rainbo Bread truck. x I I -1 , ' ' ,, f i , , - . ' I it , ' ' I f ' ' . , . ,, , L Alf- , ' ' r ,mms I na wx-.xxSN"" I F: f' 1 -. h fllfi t Lf . W Q xi, I IM L I Sandy Popp strikes at pretty posc in at summer frock from I I 'I20 North Stone A CRAZY!! School is out . . . But KTKT is not Swing with the Color Channel 99 DJ's . . . 24 Hours a Day KTKT COLOR RADIO IN TUCSON ARIZONA'S MOST POWERFUL RADIO STATION SEARS, ROEBUCK 6: CO. 81 N. Sth Avenue Phone MAin 3-4751 "Your Friendly Family Store" WHERE NEIGHBORS MEET lnvifes You fo Say "Charge-If" on Sears Revolving Charge . . . Use as a 30-Day Charge or fake months to pay. NOW . . . your Sears Revolving Charge Card Can Be Used in Any Sears Store in the 186 Nation . ..Take It With You on Your Vacation. a- . ww , ...3 X XX- ,T Vps' "frm ,N-:4,-,ff '- ' H i.:4ze?iw'?i?'2'iffH ",. if '1-.' -wx ,ar 1 f f ' ' l "ifffff-f'lfiiQl1':p,Q,Q?f'ig,.- .-A-Q if ' XX '.: x I V! gi 4' if Ta. at-L Dave Ne service from . . . ubauer prepares to lea ve after receiving top POLEN 6 SON RICHFIELD 3201 N- lsi Ave. 0,15 -................. THIMBLE LAND Davenport's Costume Shop Sewing Supplies Fabrics McCall and Advance Patterns Wedding and Bridesmaid Gowns Graduation Formals Cosiumes MADE TO ORDER 3154 N. lst Ave. MAin 4-1950 .0 ,n A 43 ,Q 1 1 Irrfzy.. I I ,Q I sllllf' ,..,.4 HOMOG 4 muon 4 ,, f . ' wud, , o "' fw 79? Zim fjfwf QW mfg' Q!! f as 1 an fix f 4-I r:uq,,.o . Wff gg? 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H ' - " 'iwfzq . 1. ., ,u , V x rf.. h , WAQY ,,,,,, M fyf SV N is page wo. xxx xl XX 'Q W Mxx Q RQ V336 M www XXX 4 5 mv I vlf pill Al if I SU , .W ff? f ff 'f 911' a 'In ff Tucsonis Hometown of your door, or. . of your fovorife food sfore. Phone CY 7-1171 for Friendly Home Delivery REACH FOR THE FINEST! . . Qualify Dairy Foocls From SUNSET :RY Dairy Since 1921 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '60 Compliments Corbin-Dykes Electric Company, inc. Industrial, Commercial, Power Transmission Lines 2110 E. 14th St. MA 2-8674 Compliments SAREF HELL BROTHERS ERVICE First Avenue and Ft. Lowell Road Conzpliments LUCKY STRIKE BOWL 4015 E. Speedway Dial EAst 7-4926 iv li L ,,-.1 11 1 d 1 Joan Thompson and Pat Darnell admire one of the many varieties of plant arrangements at Westerncr. Westemer Flowers 1 and Gifts 188 3348 East Speedway Phone EAst 7-3401 For a Terrific Deal on Good Used Cars Goodmcm's ' ALES V--A... u . , f " , 1 ,- ,Ju rj:-1 , . L . v 4 My ar W ,,,.,...-,,: -.. air? ,:.1i.L,v A l ea. Q F ls E A .-.,L 1 -NX 1 ,geni- ' K 1- X Trying out a used car from Whiteman's, Sharon Joyal and Terri Pruitt seem to say, "Wish it were ours." L I Gloria Chambers and Ellsworth Hanson do their picnic shopping at Goodmans No. 3, in the Amphi Plaza 2121 S. Sixth Ave. MAin 4-6961 Shopping Center. 'VV' e proudly invite you to 'visit our :l:1e'vv'. . . 820 E. Fort Lowell TUCSGN 5 0 FED ERA! , 53 v3i1iEHv1r1ss 6 M4 7 4 r Q ' V INGS SA Z sllJ6l. 40,6 W0 AND LOAN AssociATloN F101 farm? 14 1,74 Q-1 1" V t his - -, . 5797640422 we Hawyr Jw ' 189 WHERE EVERY PENNY COUNTS S S 14 1 fi 9 Congratulalions Io I URRAY .l. SHIFF Construction Co. HELPING TUC SON T O GROW 302 S. PLUMER AVE. MA 3-4741 M. J. Lang Construction Co., Inc. B GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2x5.i.3..Hz.V,Lig:.i.f:rm mmm I WW? Gpemtmg matzonaffy ' wx Senior sidewalk super X I 1 E52-Je' J' I ' F 4 N i' I-Q, , 6 ' " 61 at , . . intendents watch workers from the Lang Constru as they raise thc new addition to the high scho I ' ' ction Company O building. Fran Coffey Printing Service 3525 E Speedway FLOUR MILLS ' -"'-eu E NXNQ Steve Ginsburg says "Catch," as he tosses a feed sack from the Arizona Flour Mills down to Donna Franson and Dave Lauritzen and Randy Batson overlook one of the GC0f8C BWCHS- printing presses at Fran Coffey Printing Service, 177 Toole A venue CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1960 MAin 2-4655 A ivusslom Auro sAl.Es TRIPLE HBH DRIVE-IN Where Fine Cars Are Cheaper gm 'mitw-.Wuhan , ,.7,7,i,,Wwfr VJ I I VV ,mira I ,Zvf,,5,L,6W,M V , ,, f "f' ,, , bull Z' 055U0v"""'b "4 ,Q 1 ' -946' we "Ir looks Swell Undef the hood," Says Ken KCHWY to Tom fr T V - -ill T T irnl T ninlg White, who seems to think that Mission Auto Sales has the cleanest cars In town' Sally Yarnell and Merry Avery take time out for a break y at the Triple "B" Drive ln. I 1401 S. Sixth Ave. MA 4-6393 L-M-Ua'k7M00dY 191 3996 N. 15: Ave. MA 3-7013 This space in the Panther Trails has been purchased by an advertiser who has told us to use it as We Want to. We would like to use it to thank all the businesses who have allowed us to advertise their business. We hope that they Will always desire us to advertise their business for them. The Panther Trail staff Wishes to thank all of them. ,y T ----s Spring's Hardware '- 3 rth Fits U9 M ' -o 5 Acevedo, Tom 25, 71, 72, 93, 94 Ackely, Doug 122 Adkins, Bee Dee 122 Akowski, Dorothy 80, 122 Alegria, Aida 122 Allen, Lane 106, 108, 107, 122 Augello, Steve 122 Augenstein, Gary 122 Avery, Merry 191, 119, 122 Avery, Mike 122 Baca, Patricia 83, 122 Bailey, Allen 122 Bain, John 53, 62, 63, 72, 123 Batson, Randy 33, 52, 53, 67, 68, 84, 123, 191 Beard, Russell 76, 77, 89, 123 Beard, James 123 Bingham, Gary 123 Bingham, Larry 30, 40, 86, 94, 123 Bivens, George 71, 73, 107, 108, 121, 123, 143, 191 Black, John 71, 123 Blackwell, Roy 122 Senior Index Carrol, Mike 71, 84, 92, 95, 125 Castleman, Wayne 125 Chambers, Gloria 31, 36, 40, 47, 52, 53 55,60,64, 119, 121, 125,189 Cherry, Susan 74, 88, 55, 125 Childers, Sally 53, 61, 125 Childers, Tom 24, 52, 55, 64, 65, 76, 77, 84, 89, 109, 120, 125 Clare, Beth 125 Cochran, Irene 126 Cook, Jerry 89, 126 Cotrell, Raymond 76, 77, 126 Crandall, Pat 126 Crumbacher, Paul 52, 53, 64, 71, 76, 77, 84, 126 Cutshall, Myron 126 Dalton, Lloyd 76, 77, 126 Darnell, Pat 94, 126, 188 Davis, Angela 76, 77, 126 Davis, Dale 126 Davis, Hurshel 68, 126 Fischer, Ronald 128 Fitchett, Dan 71, 84, 92, 94, 128 Floyd, Carol 64, 128 Ford, Judy 128 Foss, Richard 128 Fountain, Betty 80, 89, 128 Fraley, Elaine 82, 83, 121, 128 Franson, Donna 83, 121, 128, 191 Frazier, Dena 129 Giley, John 68, 71, 103, 104, 129 Gimmestead, Molly 55, 80, 82, 83, 88, 129 Ginsberg, Steve 119, 129, 191 Giuffre, Joe 129 Glawe, Judy 129 Glover, Arlene 129 Goddard, Todd 129 Goldson, Harvey 129 Gorter, Cornelius 129 Grant, Billie Lee 129 Gray, Laura Mai 81, 129 Greenland, Judy 130 Griliin, Frank 33, 55, 64, 65, 67, 84, 89, 107,108, 118,119,130, 181 Y ,Q1,,,,y,f2 -11.4 ,C , 1 7 +4 h'-AM L,.4:'r:a7iQTVrr1gTf1W, .,:,,zi--5 iefl,-g:jgQ4L': 'ff'-l".,, K h , 1, r-- .. 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' 'Y ' ' . . ft' - Blanton, Carl 82, 83, 123 Blanton, Bruce 108, 107, 123 Bleich, Janet 80, 123 Boardman, Pat 68, 124, 179 Boepple, Don 68, 124, 179 - Booth, Barbara 80, 88, 89, 124, 119, 178 Booth, Beverly 36, 46, 80, 88, 89, 119, 124, 178 Bosnos, Lorna 124 Boucher, Ed 124 Bratcher, Roger 124 Bryan, Helen 124 Buckwalter, Jean 82, 83 Burchett, Lonnie 124 Burke, Margaret 124 Burkett, Charles 124 Burney, Keith 93, 94, 125 Bustamante, Fred 66, 125 Callaghan, Harold 37, 72, 125 Camp, Sam 54, 125 Carr. Linda 125 Davison, Nancy 61, 88, 89, 112, 127 Denson, Carol 24, 67, 68, 70, 75, 127 181 DeSchutter Leon 127 Dickey, John 71, 98, 99, 127, 185 DiMascio, Robert 127 Dipple, Larry 127 Don, John 119, 127 Donaldson, Karen 43, 55, 78, 89, 120, 127 Downey, Karen 83, 88, 89, 127 Duff, Dana 67, 78, 127 Durrant, George 127 Ellison, Billie 127 Ezell, Brenda 55, 128 Falshaw, Bill 128 Ferguson, Sally 41, 52, 53, 55, 61, 88, 118, 119,121,128 Ficzeri, Irma 53, 58, 61,88,l10,112 120, 128 Gunnarson, Donna 83, 130 Hagen, Bonnie 33, 74, 88, 89, 119, 130, 192 Hamilton, Rosalee 130 Hamner, James 130 Hand, Leroy 93, 94, 97, 98, 99, 103, 10 120, 130 Hanson, Ellsworth 83, 84, 97, 98, 99, 119, 121, 130,189 Harper, Jerry 130 Harper, Karen 130 Harper, Linda 130 Hart, Bruce 72, 98, 99, 130 Hatheway, David 84, 85, 119, 131, 184 Hatheway, Glenn 131 Hattala, Jan 67, 131 Hedrick, Jack 71, 97, 98, 99, 119, 130 Heinig, Bob 52, 53, 71, 76, 77, 84, 85, 103, 104, 118, l19,120, 131,143 Helmstetter, Clyde 56, 64, 65, 131 193 Hendricks, Lorene 131 Hershberger, Jerry 71, 95, 131 Hindman, Earl 62, 63, 64, 65, 71, 92, 94, 121, 131 Hinton, Sammy 66, 131 Hockings, Peter 78, 131 Hoffman, Larry 131 Holloway, Pat 132 Holloway, Paul 71, 84, 92, 95, 132 Hope, Kathleen 53, 55, 88, 89, 132 Hudgins, Billi Faye 132 Huff, Ronnie 132 Humphrey, Larry 132 Hurst, Robert 24, 71, 78, 97, 98, 99, 107, 108, 132 Hutchinson, Billie Lee 132 lsom, Julie 68,75, 119, 132,179,181 Jahncke, Raymond 132 James, Matha 80, 132 Janas, Renee 132 Johnson, Charles 71, 103, 104, 106, 118, 119, 133 Jones, Robert 67, 133 Matthews, Reed 88, 134 Mattusch, Bill 71, 134 Messina, Marie 135 Miller, Myron 78, 135 Molina, Sovedia 32, 135 Molohan, Roland Moore, Marilyn 66, 76, 77, 135 Morrison, Sandra 76, 77, 135 McCan, Bernard 135 McDaniel, Arlene 135 McDaniel, Tena 25, 53, 58, 67, 70, 74, 75,83,120,135,183 McHol1and, Larry 135 Mclnerney, Sue 68, 135 McKee, Linda 70, 83 McKerney, Mary Ann 83, 135 McLaughlin, Larry 71, 83, 95, 119, 135 McMinn, Eva 136 McMullen, Richard 76, 136 McNerney, Dennis 66, 76 77, 136 McQueer, Harold 62, 136 McStroul, Don 78, 136 Powell, Clarence 137 Powers, Robert 67, 86, 89, 137 Pruitt, Terry 60, 138, 189 Premer, Mike 138 Privette, Jay 78, 84, 85, 138 Putz, Richard 71, 98, 99, 138 Rasmussen, Virginia 83, 138 Rate, Shirley, 61, 70, 138 Recer, Francis 138 Reynolds, Jeffery 138 Ricketts, Stephen 138 Rings, Ben 138 Rios, Clementina 70, 83, 138 Roaderick, Brent 119, 138 Roaderick, Brian 139 Roche, Mariann 80, 139 Rosenthal, Rebecca 55, 88, 139 Russell, Tom 72, 84, 85, 119, 139, 176, 181 Saenz, David 139 Saint, Joyce 55, 139 Schulte, Bonnie 46, 53, 70, 74, 75, 80, 139 L,, Q as in ,Li , T, . , , ,ff A im, ' tag , ,ti V , If f, .F nf. fl M .5,,f ML.,.94. 1 "" L' - 4, K .'l -' rQ ,Q r'77"'-:'Tx'P'7"'Z"'f' ' .- ..,he- , ,V '. 1 ' 'P-. I ' 115- 'it ' ,fx--54 Joyal, Sharon 58.70, 119, 133, 189 Karl, Katherine 133 Kearney, Kenneth 55, 67, 86, 133, 191 Kerrick, Roslyn 55, 78, 133 Kersch. Robert 53, 55, 112, 133 Kimsey, Sue 55. 83, 133 Laahs, Diane 61, 76, 77, 112, 133 Lauritzen, Dave 68, 82. 83, 133, 191 LaRue, Elvina 133 LeClair. Janice 133 Lein, Joyce 134 Light, Charles 56, 134 Linnemann, Horst 53. 89, 119, 134 Lordon, Joe 134 Losey. Rita 134 Ludwig. Charles 134 MacDonald. Richard 55, 71, 84, 92, 94. 107. 108, 134, 185 MacNeil, Robert 134 Martin, Janice 83, 13-1 Martino, Pat 134 194 .4 , 1 , aj, ,H .-'1 'E f . Nebe, Dennis 136 Needham, Willey 136 Nelson, Nadine 33, 83, 88, 89, 136 Neubauer, Dave 71, 84, 92, 95, 98, 99, 136, 187 Niegocki, Jim 71,103,104,l19,136 Nielson, Daniel 72, 136 Nordman, Robert 136 Norton, Gene 137 Nottolini, Rosemary 70, 72, 74, 137 Olson, Lila 137 Olson, Wayne 71, 103, 104, 137 Parker, Larry 137 Pearson, Ben Perry, Richard 53, 67, 71, 84, 92, 94, 119, 137, 187 Pershing, John 92, 93, 137 Peterman, Barbara 42, 70, 137 Pochel, Dennis 32, 137 Popp. Sandra 24, 33, 67, 68, 80. 119. 137, 186 Scott, Paul 55, 66, 67, 76, 77, 139 Sedrick, Gerald 107, 108, 139 Serjak, Marcia 139, 183 Shalvay, Joan 80, 139 Sharrah, James 139 Shift, Jim 24, 64, 65, 71, 92, 95, 140 Shinberg, Mark 140 Shutan, Barbara 140 Smith, Karen 56, 88, 119, 140 Smith, Norman 44, 71, 97, 98, 99, 140 Snyder, Wanna Mae 140 Soflin, Dolly 140 Soho, Stanley 66, 76, 77, 78, 79, 140 Sommers, William 140 Sotomayor, Cecelia 140 Sotomator, Vicky 140 Stater, Brent 53, 55, 76, 77, 119,120, 140 Stiles, Sarah 141 Stockton, Judith 55, 141 Stough, Joyce 82, 83, 141 Stress, Dallas 141 Sullivan, Kathy 61, 78, 141 Swanson, Bill 141 Tessaro, Patricia 141 Thompson, Dale 141 Thompson, Joan 53, 60, 67, 68, 70, 74, 75, 118, 119,121, 141, Thompson Patricia 53, 55, 64, 80, 87, Adcock, Eva Ann 66, 76, 150 Anderson, Barbara 150 Aragon, Marietta 56, 88, 150 Ashley, Margo 72, 112, 150 Athey, Richard 64, 71, 93, 98, Aubrey, David 150 Banks, Linda 150 Barnett, Patti 83, 150 Barron, Leon 150 1 119, 141, 185 Toia, Donald 141 Tracy, Leonard 142 Travis, Ronnie 71, 142 VanHevel, Denise 142 VerVelde, Annette 55, 88, 142 Vick, Donald 82, 83 Waterman, Martha 56, 61, 142 Watson, Elizabeth 142 Weatherspoon, Phil 82, 83, 106, 107, 108, 121, 142 Junior Index Burke, John 71, 79, 82, 83, 93, 107 Burney, Bill 150 Bush, Ethel 150 Buzby, Dale 74, 78, 83, 150 Byars, Joe 107, 150 Byrd, Joanne 150 Cage, Benny 83 Canales, Nancy 150 Carlson, Gary 150 West, Dave 71, 103, 104, 106, 142 Westmoreland, John 142 White, Tom 76, 77, 142, 191 Wilkens, Hal 142 Williams, Jerry 66, 71, 76, 77, 106, 107 108, 119, 142 Wray, Robert 142 Yarnall, Sally 68, 80, 119, 143, 191 York, Joyce 143 Day, Kathy 53, 54, 60, 68, 69, 151 Day, Trula 33, 54, 70, 74, 78, 83, 151 Dearing, Dixie 54, 81 Denson, Jerry 151 Deuchle, John Dewey, Bill 76, 151 Dillie, Francis 83, 151 Dodd, Sheryl 151 Doster, Alexis 151 Bartenslager, Sandy 83, 150 Bayless, Peggy 78, 82, 83, 150 Beard, Bob 72, 150 Bengson, Stuart 54 Bennett, Sarah 150 Berry, Bill 150 Berry, Camille 150 Berthelot, Paul 78, 150 Best, Grace 150 Blevins, Margie 80, 150 Bonnin, Lorraine, 70, 150 Boot, Jackie 66, 76, 150 Bopar, Sharon 150 Bordeaux, Shirley 66, 150 Boyer, Bette 82, 83, 150 Bradley, Bill 71, 93, 150 Brock, Rick 150 Brown, Susan 74, 150 Brown, Susan 74, 150 Bryant, Genevieve 82, 83, 150 Bullington, Amy 76, 89, 150 Carpenter, Gary 63, 150 Carroll, Ann 83, 150 Cathey, Friou 54, 150 Ciotti, Jo 83, 150 Clark, Charlotte 150 Clark, Diane 56, 70, 78 Clark, Pat 151 Clark, Pat Mary 151 Coffey, Mary 66, 76, 89, 151 Collins, Cecelia 87, 151 Cottrell, Warren 151 Crank, Charles 151 Crawford, Bob 151 Culver, Ron 151 Curtis, Dena 54, 59, 83, 112, 151 Cuthbertson, Alice 54, 74, 80, 151 Dalton, Lucille 66 Daly, Kent 151 Davidson, Louise 74, 151 Davidson, Mary Ellen 76, 151 Davis, David 71, 93, 151 f A 7 . 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Doty, Margaret 33, 81, 83, 151 Dugan, Joyce 54, 74, 151 Dunnuck, Larry 71, 79, 151, 93 Edgell, Sandy 82, 83, 151 Edwards, Sandy 82, 83, 151 Edwards, Janice 151 Einbund, Sandra 64, 86, 89, 151 Ellis, Donna 151 Ellison, Donna 56, 151 Farqhuar, Mike 86, 151 Fathera, Elaine 151 Fee, Harold 151 Ferguson, Carol 54, 81, 83, 151 Ferris, Pat 151 Fiscel, Karen 54, 60, 70, 75, 83, 151 Fish, Ronald 72, 151 Flint, Bill 36, 52, 53, 84, 86, 149, 151, 157 Florentz, Judy 151 Fogltance, Jim 79, 151 Fonner, Doug 67, 71, 79, 93, 149, 151 157 195 Foster, John 66, 76 Fountain, Jim 64, 151 Freeman, Nancy 76, 151 Fuller, Linda 152 Gaddis, Judy 152 Geller, Larry 76, 152 Gilbertson, Leslie Gerhart, Ronald 89, 152 Glawe, Jim 152 Glenn, Connie 152 Good, Jerry 152 Garrison, Warren 152 Grab, Neil 152 Grauert, Rudy 152 Green, Clarence 54, 83, 152 Green, Jim 152 Green, Ronald 56, 152 Gregory, Renee 83, 152 Gregovich, Hardie 152 Gullet, Kathy 152 Gundlach, Leona 67, 86, 89 Hagen, Robert 152 Hagerty, George 71, 152 ,152 Hook, Eleanor 152 Howard, Judie 68, 152 Howell, Terry 33, 76, 82, 83, 152 Hugill, Judith 152 Humphrey, Beth 60, 112, 152 Humphrey, Kay 152 Ingram, Sharon 54, 70 Jaap, William 83, 84, 86, 153 Jackes, Marilyn 83, 89, 112, 153 Jacob, Shirley 83, 153 Jamison, Jim 62, 63, 107, 153 Jewitt, Ann 83, 153 Johns, Douglas 153 Johnson, Ike 82, 83, 153 Johnson, Sandy 54, 56, 74, 153 Johnstone, Carolyn 153 Jorgenson, Joann 88, 153 Kaiser, Ben 153 Kaye, Joe 153 Kearney, Terry 78, 86, 153 Kilpatrick, Thomas 105, 153 Kimes, Jeannette 83, 153 Kirkpatrick, John J-.4-,,. --,,....1-1-' Maddux, Jerry 153 Mahnk, Sherian 153 Marks, Judy 70, 153 Marlar, Jean Marler, Alice 74, 153 Marsh, Jim 153 Marshall, Donna 153 Martin, Bob 76, 153 Mathern, Doug 71, 79, 93, 98, 101,153 Mathis, Margie 153 McArthur, Frances 83, 154 McCoy, Nancyf24, 67, 68, 7 154 McDo1e, Margaret 154 McGrady, Ann 154 McHolland, Nina 154 McKee, Larry McPherson, Sydney 76, 154 Messer, Jeanette 154 Meyer, David 154 Meyer, Ronald 154 Miller, Barbara 54, 70, 154 Minier, Bill 56, 154 .-- - 1- ,,-..' I 7 I ' -1. J -4 -1' 9' ' Y. if " 1' 1 'Z' 1 - ' -1 4- el Lv 74 Zh l.,, .9 I is . J X H I -I 'Z r ", 5' ,,f, ' Hale, Butch 152 Hamilton, Maxine 89, 152 Hammes, Joan 76, 112, 152 Hammes, John 76, 152 Hanson, Janie 56, 86, 152 Hanson, Walter 152 Harper, Hugh 106, 107, 152 Harrington, Patsy 36, 47, 54, 60, 70, 74, 75, 152 Hart, Ronnie 152 Harshberger, Donna 53, 56, 67, 88, 152 Hayes. William 152 Heckel. Carolyn 37.48, 53, 54, 60, 74, 75. 152 Hill, Baxter 152 Hill. Karen 89. 152 Hinman, Linda 52, 54. 70, 149, 152, 157 Hite. Don 152 Hood. Teresa 41, 56. 152 196 Korn, Bob 153 Kweiser, Judy 153 Lane, Pat 153 Lane, Regina 78 Lantry, John 153 Larson, Virgil 96, 153 Lash, Linnette 83, 153 Lasseter, Jack 78, 153 LaVasseur, Sherry 153 Lawrence, Vern 153 Lehman, Darryl Leiber, Henry 72, 93, 153 Liddington, Jim 153 Liepse, John Linderman, Gerri 153 Lopez, Mary 153 Lowing, Barbara 153 Lowery, Sue 153 Ludwig, Brenda 153 Lytle, Josh 153 Molina, Yolanda Monrad, Larry 79, 154 Moody, Donna 154 Moreno, Mary Lou 88, 154 Mordka, Harvey 154 Morris, Pat 82, 83, 154 Mott, Jeffery Mount, Mark 67, 154 Mucha, Larry 92, 98 Myers, Susan 154 Nacy, Nick 96, 154 Napier, Pat 154 74, 89 Nathan, Nancy 54, 58, 67, 68, 89, 154 Nicholson, Jerry 154 Nicholson, Pat 154 Nordale, Judy 54, 58, 67, 68, 78, 89, 149, 154, 157 Oakes, Sherry 154 Odell, Harriet 154 O'Donell, Arlene 154 Oviatt, Beverly 83, 154 Owen, Ninabeth 154 Owen, Shirley 154 Owenby, Virginia 83, 154 Padilla, Ramon 154 Patterson, Paula 154 Pearsall, Rodger Pearson, Georgiann Peck, Joe 154 Percy, James 154 Pickering, Ann 154 Pierce, Mike 72, 83 Pierce, Judy 154 Plaster, David 154 Puhalsky, Ron 154 Quirk, Patsy 54, 78, 83, 154 Rader, Karen 66, 154 Ramsey, Madeline 154 Rasmussen, Gary 83 Reger, Brenda 83, 86, 155 Reidhead, Dolores 155 Rench, Larry 155 Reneau, James 155 Reynolds, Rosalyn 155 Richter. Dean 72, 155 Roaderick, Marcia 54, 67, 68, 155 Robinson, Ed 155 Rohloff, Jacque 61, 70, 74, 75, 80, 155 Rosso, Jo Ann 80, 88, 149,155, 159 Rothgeb, Wilhelmina 83, 155 Ruhl, Janice 155 Rumohr, Sandra 61, 70, 74, 80, 110, 155 Sabo, Diana Salomone, Millie 155 Sallay, Karen 155 Schibley, Susan 37, 48, 54, 60, 155 Schneidmiller, Janet 83, 155 Schrubb, Kathleen 155 Schubert, Eddie 155 Schmid, John 155 Schwori, Bill 155 Sedrick, Larry 155 Shaffer, Perry 83, 155 Shank, Terry Shaver, Beverly 155 Sheibley, Sandra Shelton, Roger 78, 79, 155 Shillio, Westley 155 Simmons, Diane 155 Sinks, Maurice 155 Slaby, Frank 53, 67, 78, 79, 89, 155 Smith, Archie 62, 63, 155 Smith, Diane 155 Smith Kristi 66, 67, 70, 79, 88, 155 Smith Lynda 155 Smith Smith Smith Snow, Martha 155 Z Sandra 83, 155 ,Sandy 15, 33, 83 Larry 15 5 Sotomayor, Richard 37, 76, 155 Spaulding, Jim 103, 155 Sperka, Eddie 155 Steen, Ken 107, 155 Steger, Rosie 37, 48, 58, 64, 70, 155 Stillson, Dolores 156 Sullivan, Terry 36, 66, 76, 84 Sullivan, Jim 72, 156 Swenson, Diana Teel, Leon 72 Thomas, Kenneth 156 Thomas, Robert Thornton, Bill 79, 159 Tidmore, Betty 156 Tipton, Bob 156 in -,I -,.!",j gt sf ," '- - - .i,,- Q s, 3 '-s ' 5' I - T, . ,s .,,1,f'ff: w, N9 N r- 3 N -113.2434 4 3' as-33-.l ,, ., ',V,. mf , A .7 V P ,.- 1 X M -E 2- -I :V i SN , -11,51 v ,,, 5' L, ' .-,: ' """" A :img I . , 3 ...L ins- 5 ' A ' A - Todd, Lola 83, 156 Torrington, Tim 156 Trimble, Margaret 83, 156 Trusky, Vicki 61, 110, 156 Underwood, Boyd 156 Untch, Eddie 62, 156 Valdise, Yvonne 156 Valenzuela, Alex 98, 156 Valenzuela, David 156 Valenzuela, Orlando 156 Vargas, Don 156 Verhooven, Dorthy 83, 156 Wagoner, Carolyn 76, 156 Ackerman, Beverly 159 Adair, Nancy 61, 74, 75, 159 Alderman, Shirley 159 Ale ria Delia 159 g , Allen, Jeannette 83, 88, 159. Wahlsmith, Robin 156 Walker, Berkey 156 Watts, Ken 156 Welch, Carl 156 Whatley, Bill 79, 156 Whitaker, Charles 79, 156 White, Vona 89, 156 Wicker, Sue 83, 87, 156 Williams, Diane 83, 156 Williams, Victor 156 Wilson, Lola 61, 70, 74, 80, 156 Sophomore Index Allen, Mike 78, 83, 159 Anderson, Eddie 96, 107, 159 Anderson, Patricia 159 Annis, Sharon 83, 159 Aragon, John 72, 106, 159 Wilson, Shari 156 Winchell, Joan 74, 156 Windsor, Sue 83, 156 Wood, Ray 71, 92 Wortman, Michael 96, 156 Wright, Rita 54, 156 Wrinkle, Johneth 54, 59, 61, 70, 75, 156 Yager, Karen 59, 156 Yehling, Larry 107, 156 Yocum, Barbara 54, 156 Youngblood, Fred 156 Ashe, Beth 74, 83, 159 Balboa, Anita 83, 159 Ballard, Charlene 74, 159, 166 Balon, Patsy 159 Barbre, Bill 159 Beers, Dennis 76, 159 197 Bellinger, Suzanne 59, 74, 75, 159, 166 Benbow, Ronnis 159 Bequette, Florence 66, 159 Berry, Gilbert 96 Billings, Joe 159 Blakely, Linda 36, 47, 52, 61, 70, 74, 158, 159, 166 Blanton, Hugh 96, 101, 159 Boardman, Virginia 159 Boaz, Shirley 61, 70, 159 Boase, Christine 159 Bobbish, Mary Ann 61, 159 Boebble, Alice Boettcher, Judy 56, 61, 159 Boggs, Steve 159 Bond, Betsy 70, 88, 159 Bounds, Monty 101, 159 Bowman, Chris 96, 105, 159 Brazeal, Vickie 41, 159, 166 Bridges, Donnie 71, 96, 101, 103, 159 Brown, Chad 109, 159 Brown, Jean 159 Brummett, George Burch, John 76, 105, 159 Burke, Pat 76, 159 Burns, David 76, 159 Byars, Evelyn 159 Byland, Gary 96, 159 Cage, Merri 61, 70, 74, 159 Caldwell, Jean 160 Camp, Chester 160 Caples, Jim 160 Carabetta, Vincent 160 Childers, Nancy 74, 160 Childers, Robert 52, 53, 84, 85, 109, 160 166 Cleland, Diana 76, 160 Collins, Eva 160 Collins, Marvin 66. 76, 160 Combs, Frank 96, 160 Cooper, Joyce 70, 160 Coplen, Tom 160 Covey, Richard 160 Covington, Claudia Coward, Bill 84, 96, 160 Cox, Carolyn 83, 160 Craig, Betty 160 Crank, Patricia 61, 160 Craven, Jane 45, 70, 160 Cravillion, Eleanor 160 Cripe. Manfred 72, 106, 160 Crowninshield, Jim Crotsinger. Clarence 160 Culhan, Jo Anne 83, 160 Curlin, Jack 62, 63. 107 Cummings, Joan 160 Cummings, Warner 160 Currier, Buddy 96, 101, 160 Cutshall. Kathy 61. 160 Dains. Victor 72. 160 Dalton. Joe 96. 160 Dancey. Mike 160 Davis. Paul 93. 101. 107. 160 De Azevedo. Julie 66. 160 De1-eon, Olivia S3 Dogarin. Diane 160 Donaldson. George 103. 76. 96. 160 Dotson. Craig 160 Duncan. Claudia 160 Duracka. David 160 Dyer. Jim 105, 160 Earhart. John 72. 78. 160 Easton, James 160 Elliot, Dick 96, 107, 160 Ellison, Donna 160 Engelmann, Judy 161 Estes, Darlene 161, 75 Ezell, Glenn 45, 71, 76, 92, 103, 161 Faircloth, Roy 161 Ferguson, Shirley 61, 88, 161 Ferrell, Vicke 161 Fisher, Judy 161 Foss, Linda 161 Fox, Barbara 161 Fraley, Sandra 83, 161 Franklin, John 83, 161 Frederick, Cecelia 53, 79, 88, 89, 161 Freeman, Pat 161 Frost, Joe 93, 96, 161 Gastelum, Herlinda 54, 74, 83, 161 Geleta, Nanci 161 Giblin, Helen 161 Gibson, Gary 161 Gimmestad, Hal 161 Goetz, John 161 Green, Bill 161 Gregory, James 161 Gullett, Lynn 70, 161 Gunderson, Terry 62 Gutekunst, Jim 161 Hammond, Dick 161 Hardin, David 76, 161 Hardy, Joe 105, 161 Harley, Susan 74, 161 Harper, Sue 161 Harrington, Kathie 161 Harrison, Barbara 61, 88, 161 Haston, Bob 96, 161 Hathaway, Joel 161 Hedrick, Ruth 59, 70, 74, 161 Heggs, Chuck 106, 107, 161 Herring, Joyce 61, 161 Herbster, Milton 76, 105 Hershberger, Mickey 161 Hipple, Craig 161 Hoover, Nancy 162 Horstman, Linda 162 Holmberg, Jim 101, 162 Howell, Jerry 162 Hubbard, Cheryl 162 Huerta, Cecilia 162 Huff, Terry 96, 162 Hurley, Jeannette 162 Inscho, Marvin 162 Irwin, Arlene 162 Irwin, Kathie 162 Irwin, Kenneth 72, 162 Jackson, George 162 Jackson, Kathleen 162 Jackson, Lindo 82, 162 Jones, Charles 66, 76, 79, 86, 162 Jones, George 162 Jones, Ronnie 76, 66, 96, 105, 162 Jorgensen, Jim 162 Kantz, Marylou 24, 162 Kennedy, Margaret King. Linda 80, 162 Kissinger, Pam 83, 162 Kittell. Gary 96, 105, 161 Knapp. Eugene 162 Knopf. Hedy 162 Knowles, Ann 74, 162 Kornach. Paul 162 198 Kuhrt, Don 162 Kupelan, Darrell 162 Kurn, Sandra 162 Lane, Vicki 66, 76, 89, 162 Lawrence, Karen Laws, Ronald 76, 77, 162 Leiber, John 101, 162 Lepien, Jim 162 Levack, Adrianne 83, 162 Lewis, Richard 162 Lind, George 162 Linnemann, Jorgen 162 Liska, Nip 96, 162 Lohr, Ruth Losey, Jerry 162 Louden, Anntoinette 162 Lundgren, John 79, 162 Lybeck, Gerry 101, 103, 163 Lynch, Barbara 61, 163 MacFarlane, Gery 163 Madson, Jim 54, 86, 89, 163 Mahurin, Sharon 163 Malone, Irene 163 Marchant, Elton 71, 107, 163 Massie, Jack Mathewson, Dave 72, 163 Matthews, Janet 163 Maxson, Chuck 163 Mayer, Evelyn 163 McAdoo, Paulette McGoHin, Suzanne McHolland, Nancy 70, 74, 75, 163 Mclnerney, Shirley 163 McPherson, Sheila 61, 112, 163 Mehalovitz, Sanora 163 Mellinger, Rick 76, 163 Mercer, Clem 76, 103, 163 Merzwski, David Messinger, Doris 83, 163 Meyer, Cathy 76, 163 Miller, Lloyd 76, 79, 163 Mills, Gene 72 Moore, David 163 Moreno, Armando 101, 163 Moreno, Ruben 96, 105, 163 Morgan, Etta 76, 163 Neubauer, Werner 163 Nichols, Bob 76, 163 Nolan, Dorthy 163 Norris, John 163 O'Brien, Frank 163 Olson, Peter, 78, 163 Orms, Ken 101, 163 Orms, Nancy 163 Orr, Jacklyn 163 Osborn, Marylyn 163 Osterling, Suzanne Pack, Phoebe 83, 163 Painter, Pam 163 Payne, Terry 163 Pelland, Bill 76, 163 Pemberton, Ron 163 Pershing, Pete 96, 163 Pierce, Judy 163 Plummer, Annette 74, 164 Posecily, James Powell, Roy 164 Premer, Meredith 164 Proctor, Brenda Pryor, Jennifer 83, 164 Ramsey, Margaret 164 Recer, Alvin 164 Rexford, Cheryl 88, 164 Remington, Ronnie 101, 164 Rich, Bill 164 Ricketts, Sue 164 Rieder, Stephanie 164 Rife, Ronnie 76, 164 Riggs, Cherryl 61, 64 Roberts, Don 83, 107 Roach, Jane 164 Robbins, Vicki 61, 83, 164 Robinson, Jim 164 Rodriguez, Charles 164 Root, Clark 72, 105, 164 Rosecrans, Bill 76, 164 Rubrecht, Michael Ruhl, Kathy 164 Russell, Sofia 164 Saenz, George Saint, Alex 164 Sanders, Barbara 61, 164 Schwarz, Ruth 164 Scott, Dave 164 Shalvay, Thomas 164 Sherrill, June 56, 164 Shook, Robert Shutt, Vicki 68, 83, 86, 164 Silnitzer, David 164 Simpson, Larry 66, 164 Skinner, Joan 83, 164 Agnew, Mike 168 Alsvick, Donna 168 Armstrong, Jerry 102, 105, 168 Arnold, James 168 Arvizu, Ruben 96, 168 Arvizu, Sylvia 102, 168 Ash, Louise 168 Ash, Susie 56 Bailey, Ann 74, 168 Baitzer, Donna 168 Baker, Glenda 168 Baker, Larry 168 Ball, Buckie 168 Barry, Alice 66, 168 Bartenslager, Sharon 168 Beard, Carl 105, 168 Bedillion, Robert 168 Belatti, Arlene 78, 87, 88, 168 Belt, Bill 76, 96, 102, 105, 168 Benson, Bradley 76, 96, 168 Berridge, Dale 76, 168 Best, Alice 168 Bivens, Forrest 168 Blanton, Barbara 83, 168 Blystra, Jim 168 Bock, Anne 168 Boone, Jeanie 66, 168 Boot, Shula 87, 168 Bouchard, Verna 61, 87, 88, 168 Brassard, Betty 168 Breglia, Lei Lani 76 Brown, Frank 168 Brown, Jack 168 Brown, Larry 76, 168 Bucheit, Sandy 168 Bulley, Gloria 168 Bullington, Bruce 96 Bustamante, Carole 70, 88, 168 Sluss, Bill 83, 164 Smith, Estella 83, 164 Smith Harriet 164 Smith Judy 70, 164 Smith Raymond 103, 164 Smith Sheryl 164 Sollin Donna 164 sohofrmda 56, 66, 76, 164 Solis, Molie 83, 164 Spaulding, Mary 164 Sterling, Kathy 165 Stibbe, Sue 74, 165 Stiles, James 82, 83, 109, 165 Stocks, Marylin 165 Stovall, Glenda 165 Sullivan, Gerri 74, 165 Swenson, Kay 165 Swenson, Keith 165 Swingle, Spencer 72, 165 Taff, Mark 165 Taille, Kathy 165 Taylor, Clara 165 Thompson, William Tidwell, Judy 56, 88, 165 Tidman, Margo 64, 89, 165 Thornberry, Susan 165 Tolison, Roger 165 Torrey, Dan 96, 105 Toscano, Sergio 103, 165 Townley, David 165 Trusky, Mike 105, 165 Freshman Index Caddell, Elizabeth 168 Calk, Tommy 168 Calvillo, Bertha 87, 168 Campbell, Dan 83, 168 Campbell, Dwayne 168 Campbell, Steve 96, 102, 105, 168, 173 Canales, Linda 168 Canez, Tony 168 Carrillo, Yolanda 168 Carroll, Mildred 168 Chalmer, Frank 78, 168 Chambers, Martha 66, 76, 168 Chapman, Sharon 168 Charowhas, Louie 168 Cheney, Janette 74, 168 Chesney, Christine 78, 83, 168 Clark, Ron 82, 83, 96, 102, 168 Coale, Dennie 96, 102, 168 Coate, Susann 61, 78, 110, 112, 168 Cochrum, David 106, 168 Collins, Sammie 41, 168, 173 Conrad, Mary Ann 76, 168 Cook, Gary 56, 78, 168 Copper, Dale 168 Corngold, Jim 168 Cox, Cheryl 168 Cox, Johnny 168 Criswell, Margaret 168 Crockett, Bill 96, 102, 169 Daily, Donna 78, 169 Dain, Gary 169 Dalrymple, Marilyn 59, 74, 169 Daniel, Gloria 61, 169 Davenport, Judy 169 Davis, Gene 169 Dean, Tad 102, 169 Demers, Gloria Jean 83, 169 190 Turner, Olive 165 Tuttle, Sally 165 Twomey, Arthur 82, 83, 107, 165 Tylor, Joyce 61, 165 Unanski, Buddy 165 Uomoto, John 71, 103, 165 Urbalejo, Ray 165 Valenzuela, Delia 165 Valenzuela, Henry 165 Vance, Larry 56, 76, 165 Vaughn, Wilma VanSkiver, Robert 165 Waterman, Lynda 61 Weslowski, Larry 106, 107 Westmoreland, Sarah 83 Williams, Carol 166 Williams, Ruth 166 Wilson, Ralph 166 Wilson, Gail 61, 74 Wilmore, Chatty 60 Withers, Chuck 105, 166 Witt, Dick 166 Wittkipf, Charles Woessner, Carolyn 166 Wollard, Dana 166 Wodd, Linda 166 Wood, Sue 82, 83, 88, 166 Wooster, Grant 76 Worrell, Jerry 166 Wright, Jim 96, 101, 166 Zeller, Sherrie 70, 74, 166 DeMinor, Jane 70, 74, 169, 173 DeSart, Dennis 76, 169 DeVore, Sandi 169 Dick, Jean Ann 83, 169 Dimmick, Dennis 96, 169 Dobson, Carol 169 Donaldson, Bob 169 Donohoe, Patsie 56, 169 Downing, Oren 169 Duffey, Pat 169 Dugan, Shirley 74, 169 Dunn, Laurie 83, 169 Durrant, Linda 169 Eckerson, Mike 169 Eckholm, Ingrid 169 Edmonds, Ricky 169 Eisele, Penny 169 Eisenberg, Sandy 83, 169 Eppinga, Ona Mai 169 Estes, Freda 61, 74, 169 Fahey, Mary 169 Fant, Rita 83, 169 Farney, Russell 169 Fee, Rose 169 Ficzeri, Susan 61, 83, 110, 112, Fisher, Lorraine 169 Fitzgearld, Kathy 87, 169 Florentz, Marcia 70, 169, 173 Folkins, Cheryl 33, 74, 76, 169 Forehand, Dick 169 Foster, Leonard 169 Franklin, Wayne 106, 169, 173 Frannea, Joe 96, 102, 105, 169 Fritzinger, Mike 102, 105, 169 Fults, Karen 169 Gaddis, Danny 169 Gaddis, Donald 169 169 , 173 Gastelum, Sylvia 61, 74, 83, 169 Gault, Sandra 169 Garthier, Marie 169 Geddings, Randy 76, 169 Geiger, Richard 79, 169 Giltner, Mary 169 Goetz, Robert 169 Goff, Sharon 74, 80, 169 Gonzales, Ellis 169 Goodman, Mixine 169 Gorrell, Deanna 169 Gover, Barbara 169 Gowin, Charlotte 169 Grauert, Fred 169 Gruey, Carl 72, 169 Hamilton, Judy 169 Hamilton, Mary 169 Hamilton, Mike 83, 169 Hand, Patsy 36, 47, 61, 74, 169 Hansen, Lola 170 Hansen, Anita gl, 170 Hardin, Baker 96, 170 Harrell, Mary 170 Harrington, Sharon 170 Harris, Neal 72, 170 Harris, Richard 106, 170 Harrison, Benny 56, 170 Hasbrouck, Bob 54, 96, 102, 170 Hasenheyer, Larry 170 Hauser, Darlene 70, 170 Havermale, Tom 96, 170 Henry, Kit 70, 74, 167, 170 Heredia, June 170 Herman, Jonalie, 83, 170 Higgins, Barbara 74, 76, 170 Hines, Jim 72, 170 Hoffman, Ernest 76, 170 Hollingsworth, Becky 170 Hutchison, Earl 170 Hutzler, Judy 170 Ingram, James 102, 106, 170 Irwin, Donna 170 Ison, Dennis 96, 105, 170 Jefferson, Bill 170 Johnson, Harry 170 Johnstone, Larry 170 Jones, Carol 70, 74, 170 Jones, Sandra 170 Kasson, Anna 170 Kaufman, Pam 74, 76, 170 Karsner, Pat 102, 170 Kirk, Joe 170 Knoblock, Peter 170 Krause, Paul 105, 170 Kursen, Robert 170 Laabs, Dennis 170 Laffoon, Lorna 83, 170 Lane, Pat 170 Lantry, Claudia 76, 78, 170 Larson, Winnie 83, 88, 170 Laswell, Bob 96, 170 Lauritzen, Anne 83, 170 La Vasseur, Connie 170 Lawrence, Harry 170 Leister, Durght 170 Leonard, Bill 72, 170 Lindstrom, Norman 170 Liska, Tuck 45, 105, 170. 173 Lohman, Linda 74, 170 Lopez. Diana 170 Lukaszewski, Pamela 83, 170 Lutich, Kathy 33. 170 Lytke. Diana 170 MacGregor. George 170 2 O0 MacGregor, Jannette 74, 76, 170 Mahurin, Larry 96, 102, 170 Mann, Barbara 70, 170 Mansur, Martha 52, 80, 167, 170 Maraschky, Sue 170 Marick, Barbara 171 Marsh, Barbara 83, 171 Marshall, Pater 171 Martin, Carole 61,171 Martin, George 171 Martin, Ronnie 171 Mathis, Carol 171 McAnally, Sam 54, 171 McArthur, Richard 96, 171 McGee, Robert 96, 105, 171 McLamb, Jack 54, 171 McReynolds, Bill 171 McStroul, Anna 171 Melton, Lon 96, 171 Mench, Linda 171 Messick, Lana 171 Meyer, Virginia 171 Middleton, Dave 54, 105, 171 Miller, Dale 171 Miller, Linda 171 Miller, Wenonah 171 Mills, Linda 171 Minier, Mitchel Donald 171 l, Gary 171 Molina, Francine 171 Molina, Manuel 96, 102, 105, 17 Monrad, Karen 89, 171 Moody, Bob 171 Moore, Ralph 171 Moreno, Irene 171 Morrison, Cheryl 66, 171 Morse, Mosma Susan 83, 171 n, Rick 96, 171 Neal, Gail 171 Needham, Ellen 171 Neffson, Nancy 66, 74, 171 Nikisher, Mike 171 Notesteen, Florence 80, 171 Nye, Nan 83,171 O'Conner, Dick 79, 96, 105, 171 O'Donnell, Virginia 171 Olsen, John 89, 171 O'Neill, Kathy 56, 74, 171, 173 Owens, Bob 171 Parker, Dorinda 83, 171 Parks, Bob 171 Paxton, Don 171 Payne, Gary 171 Peck, Tom 171 Pedersoli, Inez 171 Pennington, Jane 171 Perkins, Ray 171 Petras, Gary 171 Petty, Bill 171 Phillips, Martie 61, 83, 112, 171 Pierce, Frances 83, 171 Pierce, Jim 171 Posedly, Marlene 171 Powell, Daniel 54, 96, 171 Premer, Cheryl 171 Price, Rickey 171 Pritchard, Jim 83, 171 Pruitt, Craig 171 Reger, Larry 96, 171 Riley, Dennis 172 Roach, Karen 61, 172 Roberts, Jerry 172 Roberts, Mary 61, 172 Rochelle. Charles 76, 96, 105, 172, 173 Roland, Susan 172 Routt, Jack 172 Rowe, Jacklyn 70, 172 Rucker, Shirley 45, 52, 53, 167, 172 173 Russell, Jerry 96 Russell, Mimi 61, 66, 110, 167, 172 Sabo, John 172 Salzman, Janet 83, 172 Sanders, Carlina 172 Sarhan, Julie 172 Saseadek, Ronnie 172 Savage, Russell 62, 76, 96, 172 Schoenberger, Carol 172 Schomisch, Charles 172 Schulte, Joane 70, 74, 75, 80, 172 Scott, John 172 Scott, Thomas 172 Shea, Rich 96, 172 Shelton, Roger 76, 172 Shillit, Lawrence 96, 172 Shutt, Karen 87, 172 Simpson, Dianne 172 Sipes, Sandra 172 Skolnick, Jack 172 Slaminski, Carol 59, 74, 172 Smith, Edsel 172 Snowden, Mickey 76, 83, 167, 172 Snyder, Marion 172 Solomon, Dave 76, 78, 86, 172 Sotomayor, Belia 172 Stater, Alan 76, 172 Steffen, Erick 66, 76, 172 Stephens, Gary 172 Steward, Sharon 172 Stewart, Janice 172 Stillson, Ruthan 66, 172 Stogner, Loutha 172 Stogner, Doutha 172 Stone, Betty 66, 172 Streaman, Louise 83, 172 Stubbs, Taffy 172 Tafren, Gail 172 Tapolscanze, Bill 96, 172 Teel, Wayne 172 Terence, Carol 61, 88, 112, 172 Thomas, Martin 172 Thompson, Nancy 172 Thornton, Sandra 172 Thurston, Madonna 61 Tom, Jeanie 78, 172 Tyler, Lester 172 Valencia, Delores 172 Valencia, Larry 172 Vario, Karyl 88, 172 Wheeler, Richard 172 White, Carrie 172 Whitehead, Chaslyn 172 Wilcoxon, Danny 96, 172 Willette, Joan 172 Williams, Richard 76, 173 Williams, Rickey 173 Wilson, John 96 Wilson, Vicky 83, 173 Wingate, Albert 173 Wise, Beverly 56, 74, 173, 176 Witt, Nancy 61, 173 Witthoeft, Mary 83, 173 Young, David 106, 173 Woessner, Marolyn 87, 173 Yslava, Yolanda 173 Zoellner, Sandra 173 I w 1 1 '-,Q , , , , I , Q fl , lx w ,f J 'r '5 'e i P, 4 r ,I -I , --v-1 - vm: f1n.m-'nun-.mnmw ...m-,fum-H ,-1' - , 1 U .- mf mm-M., ,D 12"


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