Anaheim Union High School - Colonist Yearbook (Anaheim, CA)

 - Class of 1953

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Before coming to Anaheim in 1928 he played the piano for silent movies in a Rice Lake theater. "Red" was employed by AUHS in 1936, and has since given his faithful and loyal services to our school. , 1 - F X , x 5- . 1- 1 f - SN x -1-9 IIT . ...p- , ,NXQ ',- i i gf new -ff f ,A-L .- ,..-xtta, 1- 11713- L ,-,, 47? - " " 'fx we X , 1- ,Fig Txzfrzzl 1332. g-.ji .ffgxx R .,f-yy, PA ul H . 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Among these is the publication of the Annual, which means so much to each of us. Noth- ing could do more to preserve the many experiences we have had together during the past four years. As you go from here to other experiences and new adventures, I am sure that you will occasion- ally like to think of the days at AUHS as you glance through the pages of this book. My best wishes for your continued happiness. -s 5 wh-W., a ml, tLeft to Righty Clerk E. M. Cone, R. B. Terry, President J. A. Baker, R, C. Cawthorn and A. H. Shipkey. MRS. LOIS WHITTINGTON Dean of Girls The counseling of girls . . . planning schedules for sophomores and juniors . . . taking care of maladjustment cases . . . assisting with routine administrative work in connection with student attendance, citi- zenship, and change of schedules . . . ar- ranging for substitute teachers . . . all fell to Mrs. Lois Whittington, Dean of Girls. CUMMANDING UFFIUBRS . . . L. FRAN K KELLOGG Dean of Boys Planning the schedules of freshmen entering from the elementary schools . . . citizenship rating . . . assisting with routine administrative work in attendance, deten- tion, and schedule changes . . . counseling of boys . . . organizing an audio-visual program . . . these were the tasks of Frank Kellogg, Dean of Boys. f a ,QM - 1, CAPTAIN? AIDBS . . . CLYDE NICKLE . . . Business Manager RALPH KINGSBURY . . . Attendance Supervisor :W-ima-1 k T 'X MRS. DOROTHY PECK WILLIAM POULSON MRS. LUCILLE DIERST Assistant Librarian Night School Principal Administrative Secretary SALLY BECKER MRS. BETTY HEINZE MRS. MARIE HOEHN MRS. ELSIE BROOKS Accountant Secretary Secretary Student Accounts l. .' mf- A 1 Q A .wana-:viz uf GEORGE ALLAN KEMUEL ANDERSON G. C. BEALE GENEVIEVE BENNETT Mehanical Drawing General Science, Biology U. S. History English. Laiin CLAUD BOOTH CHESTER BRAMLETT REBA BROWN Machine Shop Orientation Librarian AVON CARLSON MRS. ETHEL CAVERLEY MAJOR WILLIAM COOK Agriculture English RALPH COMSTOCK Music Cadets, Driver Education 15 FE' MRS. EVANGELINE DAVIS JOSEPHINE DERIGO SHELDON DISRUD MAXINE DuCOTY Home Economics Girls' Physical Education Music Social Living MRS. NORMA ELLIOTT PHILIP ENGEBRETSON MRS. HELEN FACKINER Girls' Physical Education Commerce English. Study Hall RALPH FOCHT RICHARD GLOVER DORA GOLDER HOWARD HALL Science, Math. Boys' Physical Education English English, Journalism 16 1 I I I l E LELAND HANSON C. GEORGE HEDSTROM MRS. MARY HEINLEIN MASON HENRY Agriculture Chemistry, Math. Study Hall Social Living WILLIAM HICKS LOUISE HITT BARBARA HOULIHAN Social Living, Driver Educa. Drama, English Girls' Physical Education VIRGINIA HUFF WILLIAM HUNSTOCK RICHARD JACKSON FRED JETER Spanish Practical English Mechanical Arts, Woodshop U. S. History 17 'T' S. L. KEITH ESTHER LITTON KATHLEEN McFAUL HOWARD MESSAMER Boys' Physical Education Spanish Commerce General Shop MARJORIE PIBEL LARRY QUILLE WILLIAM RICKEL Mathematics Orientation, Prac. English Senior Problems I 1 i i CHARLES RINEHART LLOYD S. ROSS RICHARD RYAN MRS. FAYE SCHULZ Senlor Problems Printing Wood Shop Orientation 18 -1 MRS. JESSIE SEWARD CHESTER SHIRK NEVA SOLT FAY STANLEY English Mathematics Home Economics English RUTH SALAETS CLARE VAN HOOREBEKE TED WADE Music Orientation, Boys' Phys. Ed Art, Photography MRS. BARBARA WALKER JOHN WALLIN MRS. ELIZABETH WEBB OSBORNE WHEELER Home Economics Boys' Physical Education N urse Counseling J ' LOWELL WILLIAMS RALPH WINES MRS. VELDA WORTHY L Auto Shop Commerce Mathematics x rx W gi -Z I I VV ' 1 0 'dv yjfm 4,06 4122. - ufofl-C LlfllfQv1f v M4524-' """06vAW"' "x f' .7 A lrgyt fxdfv .,f:,fJ+-!ffJ V 1' 4f'n,L ff KLJ ,f A 'f 'r 'ti "" fn fflfffz 1ri',0'fC., L f'-fs. .' lutx. H7110 L, f'L,1.J,-rofgfl, Q Jffbff . ' " 1111 ' of 'XLKQ Mak' . 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L rg Af i f ff ,jg ff Cf, 1. ff Cifff, -rlxlfx HENRY wALswoRTH jfgvff Maintenance Superintendent CAFETERIA WORKERS-1Top, Left to Right, Row 13 Mrs. Theresa Hertzler, Mrs. Pauline Merriman, Mrs. Ethel Cross, Mrs. Mildred Hardy, Mrs. Adele Nesmith, Mrs. Amanda Stankey. lFlow 23 Mrs. Dorothy Heinze, Mrs. Belle Gillett, Mrs. Nelly Over- myer, Mrs. Lucille Collins, Mrs. Milly Sterba. CUSTODIANS AND BUS DRIVERS-1Bottom, Left to Right, Row 17 Elmer Roseberry, Gordon Mahoney, Henry Fledderman, lRow 25 Ralph Cox, Charles Smith, William Wick, fFlow 37 Robert Hein, George Walters, Ross Soule. fl ,Cf AV'-?kOkUIsSt HAmANN k f I7 .ff J! f , ,li -oo by - Ln V I 0 ore anager - KT! '. 6,1 22, U , , 7K , 1 flfvfsad J ,- . ,A X, , '4 X 4 Y 'F ,Q-41,7 l 1 1. ff fha: ' XT' .4-f'f"kc""'1J'Qf ' L ' ' ,A 1 , V , a , - affacuff .ALEX ourzi , , 1 I., 5,:elL1 ' , ,310-121-"4 Assistant Book Store tcgrigf qlc 1 , 1 4,4 - 7117 0124! A' f 'SU' J f ' , 7 Manauer f 57" "7 1, f' KL7 r f X 3 Z? 4, ,fvfu 692' JLG!! L 74?f:,f1fG,. U-f C 'l":'5:C?f 21 'L L: 5,214 XQML7 if f ff C L ' H ' t K , fy .SUV ,ff rlfjfi 'L1c',', 11 pf 1 K , , , V 157 , . J '31, , . ,fry .5 f V ., LC , i LW, 2.1a.,.Lf 1, 5.Lfz,fLsf ff!!! , 1, .J I l 3 5 The Student Cabinet of '55 dealt with many executive tasks this year, including the patrol for a clean campus . . . sports awards . , . championship jackets forthe varsity football team , . . the approving and arranging of assemblies. QW., The were also res uonsible for Y l supt. PAUL H. DEMAREE conducting the election for next year's Student Body otiicers. AN STOKES RAMONA SCHLEY EARLE PETERSON ice-president Secretary of Records Secretary of Treasury N EDDIE STARNES JUNE MCCLAIN KAY TURNER BILL WALKER Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary I of Student Affairs of Safety and Welfare of Girls' Athletics of Boys' Athletics 2 PE TW 5 t . . . . M - ..,,,s,,:,l: y x onyx 6 X Sy NS ik - gi ct., t 'hi , 3 Sl'uclen+ Body President . . RONNIE LEGS lfour years Ago, ns freshmen, we thought we would never get to be seniors. Now .is we, the senior clriss, .ire ready to graduate we are sorry the time has come. There were, it's true, .1 few problems on campus this year, such .ls campus cleanup, .ind school spirit, but with the excellent co-operation of the Student Body Cabinet and students, we were able to greatly reduce these problems. All in .1ll, l believe we had ii very enjoyable year and I hope that next year will be as interesting to the incoming seniors as 1952-'55 has been to us. -ffRUNNlli Liiuts OFFICERS STUDENT CUUNCIL iLeft to Right, Row 11 Val Wiethorn, Steve Schafer, Bill French, Mike Beach, Merle Meyer, Tyler Cone. iRow 21 Susan Reed, Pat Santi. Dolores Wollenman, Shirley Klamm, JoAnn Faust, Kay Forbes, Bob Stoll. David Hushman. iRow 37 Joan Faessel. Joyce Busch, Anne Williams. Barbara Chmiel, JoAnn Hannon, Glenda Smith, Carol Wilkerson. Don Haskell. Dianne Simpson. fRow 41 Carol Gastelum, Shirley Williams, Rose Lopez. Vida Lowney, Lou Arm Fukuda, Robert Owston, Ronnie Fuller. Dennis Daniels, iarylsclglling. Don Tousseau. iRow 55 Dolores Giardino, Joyce Allen, Kay Schmitt, Sally Bengochea. Jeannette Bettinger, Joe rrio a. ick Reed. IQ CROSS CUUNCIL iLeft to Right, Row 13 May Young, Donna Reafsnyder, Mary Dougherty, Dora Cuevas. Allison Wheeler. Rachel Cadwalader. iRow 23 Carolyn Lenz. Drusetta Martin, Carolyn Poyet, Alice Higgins, Marie Mitchell. iRow 31 Kevin Stanton, Dick Gray, Craig Kob- litz. Reynette Wallace. 24 Student council met every Tuesday during activity period to discuss problems pertaining to the welfare of students. Outstanding achievements of this year's council were . . . the inauguration of a clean campus patrol . . . the arrangement of exchange assemblies . . . the readjustment of contlicting athletic practice schedules. vi: si: :lf sf Mectlng every actlvlty Period at the be' The routine chores of collecting absence slips and daily office - - . , . J work fell to the ever-bus absence slip collectors. tLeft to glnmng of the meek' the Red Cross Counul Right, Aboyej Kathleen Gllmore, Dora Cuevas, Ruth Griggs, discussed and planned contributions to patients fwlialgfl L""e'fe 5'a"cha"d' Ve'Va B'00kma"' and Ma'l'Y" in nearby hospitals . . . supervised the annual Red Cross drive. :oc vs af wk The Student Court met every day during third period as the law enforcing body of the campus. Their duties included the punishing of all offenders, whose crimes ranged from that of littering the campus with waste paper to those charged with misconduct demerits. STUDENT COURT i Q Q.. tSitting Left to Flight! 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'f. , ' ., - ' " ,V- , ' 1 "'--.--:"f,f Q- - ff' ' ' 1 ,,v X '.-4 f K f "Vik ,' J ,7cx?? XA! "4 I I - ! I? ffl' C 5.1424 . jx .!' 1 4 1 I cf i,. . W f w'f""'ff'7ff if f ' ' , 1,1114 ,-eff 4 15 .ff 44' ,ffffflft 1 I in ,,f',' ,,.f ,af ' , . f , . , 4 U , ,.-K if .' K ff' ,fl 1 , I f'Q'f' V " ' L 1 1' fffzgx ,f , t r f' ' , - - jf f 47 tix J, ,, fi 'Aff' Mfg W t ,AA J,:, 1, , cf - .. 28 1 , b'4 ,re r 0 0 of r.1' 4r if--Y X 1 I I ssw Row 14Otte, Shipman. Snow, Coroier, Klamm. Faust. Gastelum, Risner, Nlaggio. Shipman. Row 2-Ehrle. Byrd. Steelman Reeves. Loetterle, Keith, Lillywhite. Ashworth, Bettinger, Avalos, Schley. Row 3-Savidge, Dougherty, Dena, Kirkelie, Babbitt, Nickle. Williams. Pajak, Warwick, Strachan. Schmitt. Row 4-Webb, Darrow, Squires, Ramos, Fechter Dierst, Cashman, Cone, D-ierberger. Cook. Rovy 5-Burns, Rapp, Lee. Ryan. Fischle, Merritt, Phelps, Fuller, Henry. Mitchell, Lash brook. Row 6-Dlerberger. Bishop, Crutchfield. Hudson, Moreno. Dinkler, Fishbeck. Flores, Fishbeck, Bultena. Row 74 Ryan, Korn, Warwick. Pearson. Anderson, Myers, Stanton, Schneider, Andrews, Moore. Eberhard, Murray, Reed, Coulter, Bonner. Ratzlaff, Culpepper. milf-i MAJURETTBS JoAnn Faust, attractive senior, served as Head Drum Majorette for two of the four years she has put in strutting before the Colonist band. Senior Mary Lou Gastelum also led the band for four years. Senior Janice Pullman Snow has had three years with the band, while senior Ann Risner and junior jean Cordier have each served for two. junior Shirley Klamm is the newest addition to the group, having been added only this year. MARY LOU GASTELUM 4 Q SHIRLEY KLAMM 'N K-'- HEAD MARJORETTE ANN FKISNEFK JOANN FAUST JAN PULLMAN SNOW JEAN CORDIER ...A Strutting their stuff, the Majorettes performed "HI"-that's what the AUHS band is saying in their formation, one of during the halftime of the game with Fullerton. the many formations they did this year. 1 ' 5 6 , . if I A S , H A --'K .- .Q W . 9- , t 4 ,, ,. s il t Wiffe- ff N' .7 L T . ' , 4 A ' f . .ju f ,, N f inf Q l ' s. - ' ,, , ":'?'L 'ff , fi. - R 1 ' A i - Hep-two-three-four makes the "Great Divide", again one of the Mr. Cook and his Pep Band in the gym for a bas- many complicated formations done by the Colonist band. ketball game. - 2 L z X 1 i l , 2 s E , ,.M,..w,,.,.w- , ff 2 A 3 .M f 5' ,es Q I 251 Q"-fx Ne A i wk Kyyk , xg ,iw " R. 3' q P' ,. , E' ' Y J VW Q 9 'X ,Q ,, . ' Q' 1 N. " 15" f-5' M ,L 4 ,lif 2l 'wigs K v '2dAf Aa' -eil a 3 4 5 wwi,w '- n u A is Q E '13 V sl. .... ,CF . , H an 'H Si' off' V-Za if X 4 Q., fx O ul PEP BAND-lRow 1, Left to Right! Harold Andrews, Erland Eberhard, Nlanuel Flores. Larry Fischbeck, Wes Warwick, Bill Fuller, Gary Myers, Barry Ryan, and Director Bill Cook. lRow 23 Howard Olsen, Warren Ashsworth, Douglas Rapp. Ronnie Pajak, Willard Henry, Kevin Stanton. Dick Reed, and Bill Schneider. 33 Most popular of AU's small instrumental groups, the string ensemble played for P.-T.A. and many service groups. They had some 25 appearances during the year. :lc :lc tl: The high school orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Wfilliam Cook, contributed opening and inter- mission music for the -lunior and Senior plays. They also played for the 'Thanksgiving program, sponsored by the city's churches and held in the AUHS audi- torium, and took part in the Christmas program, assembly, and Baccalaureate. They played symphonic arrangements of both classical and currently popular numbers, fi: Pls :lf Chosen from first chair students, the pep band provided music for basketball games. Snappy green and white shirts were provided by local merchants. They have had a popular selection of music and generated a lot of pep for games. ML... E , JUNE MCCLAIN FRANCIS HURTADO Anaheim song and yell leaders have led AU's en- thusiastic spectators this year in a resounding support of all Anaheim athletic contests. They made numerous short trips with the football and basketball teams and during a full athletic season, played the part of hosts and hostesses to visiting teams. They also appeared in several pep assemblies. 34 SUNG LEADERS DOLORES WOLLENMAN MARION CARACAUSA ELL LEADERS AND ELAE TWIRLERS ill! ggQ Wi fe 1' M . H1 NA -5 .Van . f' , M Q f -, gii.',k , W .lr 'in 413 E Eff : mx s B., R.. I -X Afqfgilfliagaixi Iv - Q iw' f ive.: 2 .',f , ,' A . ' fkJ?5iTN+3f-'Vg '31 1 , 4 ,d,'+q,k.i.3xx - 1' I 2 iw iw f , 1 VE: x ivan ,- A7 lin - 0... .. ef 'hs Vw? MRI. Q .lietihf ' We NES? YELL LEADERS-Striking a pose are, from left to right, Anaheim high's yell leaders: Eddie Starnes, Gerie Glover, and Earle Peterson. ..,, i. E ky Wag. ' Q Exgawjit Q. Q .Lu wi . , rw if ., ' ' nw Q- eww! N , . 'x .V A , FLAGTWIRLERS-Waving their banners high for Anaheim high are Flagtwirlers: Virginia Otte, Greta Shilson, Joanne Shipman, and Jean Maggio. 35 SHUW TIME . . . ,V ...- -1--1 an naw- e "s .Af Joan Perry was selected FFA C-lmpti-r Swvvtlmvlit for '53. She- .1Cc.cmip.1nie-d the' F-'utuiv F.irnu-rs ill Contests .md functmns during thc yvar. liiulkiiixg ilu' imiimtinix nl siliiml xv.-iv llic xxnnlmly .ixmiilwlii-N .it rXl'llS, pix" Junior .issvmbly displayed talent with John Faessel as master of ceremonies. 9ClllUl lw Ill! llllllill' -lllll S'-'lllllli KIJNNLN. Thi- ilHl1LI.ll Chzizxtniiis Girls' Lthlfjlltl show llI't'St'I'llPd an array of girls to .mi-iiilwlifs m'.g.i1iix.1liim, Blind musicians Jack Ci liigliliqlitvd .inotlu-r IISSUIYIU in-piw-5vi1t the months of the year. Mis QL ci DPIf0l1Ilf'lg then two .nt .ii . . . .1dd.c fva a national ism-mlvly. 36 5 W i3b,M,,,,,,....,., The Christmas program featured the A Cappella choir in the directed by Sheldon Dnsrud. otlici' xilimmlx. iliilwx Mi. "Nut l Ilia- i1.it1un.il i . ' Sim ow and RILI1 iid ly. Cracker Suite if" S3-""' OUR HEARTS WERE UUNE AND ER The seniors presented their .1nnu.1l senior class play on Novernlwer IS, by presenting "Our Hedrts XVere Young .ind Guy" .1 5-.ict comedy dr.iin.itized by .lean Kerr from the novel ol' the same n.1n1e .ind lmised on the real-life experiences of Cornelia Otis Skinner .ind liinily Kim- brougli. Marion Ci.lfL1L'L1LlS.l, -lnne lXleCQl.1in, Clary Cllaussen, Glenda Mungerson, 'lolin Simpson, Kevin Stanton, liddic Starnes, Marjorie Boyd, Artlnir Korn, Ronnie Legg. liloyd Baker, Marlene Stewart. Pat Dear, Grettlien Decker, Mary Lou Gasteluin, .ind De-.in Stokes were selected .is the senior east ol' 'ik qTop Lefty Striking up a ship board acquaintance are, Left to Right. John Simpson. June McClain and Kevin Stanton. iCenterb Patiently waiting is French maid, Mary Lou Gastelum. iBottom Lefty Shin officers Ronnie Legg and Arthur Korn chat with passengers Gary Claussen and Glenda Mungerson. KBOftOlTl R.ghtJ June McClain tests her water wings while Marion Caracausa looks on. V 3 Vagbfil in 1 37 I Jpperl Celestial visitors John rooks and Carol Haderlie atch arrival of Ann Allen as Aunt Agusta". and "niece", inda Heffern. Righty The play under way 'ids the unseen angels listen- ig in on a bit of conversation nween Mary Lou Casebeer. inda Heftern. and Ann Allen. Below! Backstage, the com- iy's "two and a half angels" at fitted for the show. tLeft i Righty John Brooks. Rella herry, Carol Haderlie. Leona eBruyn. Mike Gerber. and eggy Sterba. DOWN EARTH a "Down to li.1rtli", .1 R-.ut toinctl' lan- e i , ,,..., S 5 R tasy. written ivy Iicttyc Knapp. HAS pw- X i scntcti by thc junior class on l"cli1'i1.li'y lo. The liilariotis story ol' two .inti ".1 Ii.ill"' .iiigcix the play lic-.iturctl Mika- Gt-i'lvci"s .intitx "Tootsie" Dclirnyns lL'.1l'5 .intl Napoleon tlit- tat. Carol H.lxiCl'iiL', .lolin Brooks, Mike Cicrlsciy Ann Allen, l.con.i Ucliimiyii, Mary Cone. Bob Howe, .loan iX1.lllCI'il.ll1. I.intl.1 Ht-lit-rn, Mary Lou Ciasclwccr, ,lack l'it'k.1i1i, Don S.1x'icrs, Ron Tliompson, .intl Philip Cionc were tlioscn to represent thc .lunior Class. THREE PUR BLUPBMBNT "'l'hree lfor lilopeinentn, an original mu' sital coinetly written, etlitetl antl tlirectetl hy ineinlwers ot' Mozart Clluh was presented in late Marth with clever tlantie routines high- lighting the well-reteivetl protluttion. Perliorming with high enthusiasm were the ineinlwers of the east: liretl lfrank, Carol Rutletlge, Cilentla Miingerson. Ron llioinp- son, Marian Ciai'aeausa, litltlie Starnes, Earle Peterson, D e l o r e s Giartlino, Dorothy Thomas, Marlene Antlerson, Marilyn Head, Pat Santi, Ann Betts, YIoAnn lfaust. Gloria Taylor, Dean Stokes, Howard Olsen. Kevin Stanton, .lohn lihrle, Gary Betlliortl, antl Don Peters. Colorful dancing routines were furnished by these seven lovelies: Ann Betts. P: Santi. Miriam Congdon, Gloria Taylor. Myrna Lewellyn. Dorothy Thomas, and Mar Lyn Head. Checking in at a New York hotel are tLeft to Flightj Keith Mills, Ron Thompsol Carol Rutledge, and Fred Frank. nl Shuffled through the "Side by Side" song and dance number are tLeft to Flight Earle Peterson. Marion Caracausa. Eddie Starnes, and Dolores Giardlno. USR! BACKGROUND A CAPPELLA CHOIR 1Left to Righty Row 1-D. Giardino. Giardino. Wicker. Caracausa. Schmid. Plaisted. Gastelum, Lewellyn, Kirchmann. Hurtado. Boyd, Santi, Mauerhan, Garabito, Mr. Disrud. Row 2-Cordier. Jiles. Anderson. Thompson. Cutshall, Casey, Bedford, Carroll. Clay. Roberts. Ehrle. Peterson. Wollenman, Simonton. Raum. Row 3-Pannier, Roscberry, Scharnweber, Mungerson, Selfridge, Sum- mers, Peters. Taravella, Grey, Nelson, Peralta, Critchfield, Osborn, Stewart, Faust. FRESHMAN CHOIR 1Left to Rightj Row 1-Eberhard. A. Lopez, Cano, Adams, Galleqly. Schwemmer, Com- stock, McFarland, Knepper. Knutzen, Miller. Row 2-Nickey, Klemm. Santi, Mello. Gruenemay. Holliday. Mas- terson. Garey. McLaughlin, Johnson. Bircher. Jenkins. Row 3-Simmers. Steinbrink. Stowe. Armendaris, Olvera, Lee. Rasmussen, Miller, Beeman. Cruz, Winfrey. Loffhagen, Massey. Row 4-Thomason, deBoer, Clayton. Masterson. Lopez, Carter, Hansard. Johnson, Ellfellt, Cordes, Molstead, Miller, Reese. Crowe. 2 P GH GIRLS' GLEE QLeft to Righty Row 1-Saucedo, Najera, Ames. Salbaugh, Engelsman, Newman. Stedrunsky, Holsinger. Aguilar, Furr, Pool, Anderson, Bourestom, Barnard, Hines, Selfridge. Row 2-Coelho, Coburn. Botts. Mclntyre, Cordes, Goff. Olsen, Ray, Wilson, Abbott, Bowen, Tovar. Chambers. Thomas, Cuthbert, Richards. Row 3-Miller, Mitchell, Sweet, Helm, Brown, Dupuis. Bruhns, Williams. O'Grady. McGuire. Mr Disrud, Muckenthaler, Hempshall, Pauls, Helm, Emmerson, Johnson, Leaker, Swank, Bonner. Schafer. 40 M X 1,..n. -4- inn BOYS' GLEE 1Left to Right! Row 1-Mr. Disrud. Hutain, Woodrum, Thompson. Legg. Brown. Watson. Row 2-Hawkins, Hanson, Howard. Cruz. Herrera. Palmer. Row 3-Calvo, Visel. Mackey, Williams, Granere. Mack. Lnndweer. Row 4- Kohlenberger, Rock, Siewert. Kohienberger, Reyes. Row 5-Fitz. 'QT' 1.3 .-,Q BARBER SHOP QUARTETTE-ll.eft to Righty Kohl- MOZART-LLeft to Righty Row 1-Nlnuerhnn. Giar- enberger. Clay. Peters, Thompson. dino. Reveles. Row 2-Betts, Rutledge. Congdon. Eaylor. Row 3-Santi, Gosnell. Haskms. Fitz. Jo- annes. 41 .enlor Attendant Ramona Sehley HOMECOMING QUEEN. jo Ann iaust reigned over gala festivities as re- uming grads cele-' vrated their reunion it AU on November I. A football game lwe tied with Ful- erton 13-130 a lance, and a coro- lation of the Queen iighlighted activi- ies. Queen JoAnn vas elected by stu- Ient body vote. JoAnn also serv- ed as Head Major- Junior Attendant Kay Forbes AJ V .5 HOMECOMING QUEEN JO ANN FAUST ette, Editor-in-Chief of the Colonist, and Miss Anaheim. She is a member of the Quill and Scroll and Mozart Club. O n e attendant was chosen from each class with Ra- mona Schley named as senior attendantg Kay Forbes, junior attendantg G 0 l d i e Barchenger, sopho- more attendantg and Susan Reed, fresh- man attendant. lophomore Lttendant loldle Bnrchenger Freshman Attendant Susan Reed SHIPS NEWSPAPER FIRST SEMESTER STAFF-Senior Publications class members were tseated, Left to Righty: Wiethorn. Clark, Selfridge, Knox, Herbel, Jiles, Morales, and Faust. tStandingJ Garey. Farmer, Murphy, Snow, and Wollenman. Wfinning third place in a national publications contest. Nan Morales and her staff brought new honors to AU. The iirst semester Anoranco stan' was composed of Nan Morales, Editor-in-Chief, Dolores Wfollenman, Feature Editorg Val XY'iethorn, Sports Editor, and Betty Murphy, Society Editor. The second semester stall was chosen after many lessons on how to put out a paper with jan Larson elected ELllf0l'-iIl- Chief, Marilyn Wfinfrey, Feature Editor, Vince Deveney. Sports Editorg and Ann Risner, Society Editor. Highlight of the second semester was the Anoranco's battle for tratlic sig- nals in front of the scnool. NAN MORAL JAN LARSON rv'-vs All mrs'- 'vr .. . mc s sr-.X .Mft tw . Q 3, . AI SECOND SEMESTER STAFFfVolunteers from journalism classes took over the Anoranco the later part of the year. tForeground.. Left to Rightl Andrews. Harryman. Larson, Davis, Winfrey. P. Lopez, R. Lopez, and Risner. tRear3 Claussen, Riley, Arnold, Bishop, Deveney, Fry, Cherry, Lutz, and Slornan. JOANN FAUST Editor-in-Chief GARY KNOX NA AL Administration Editor Act'iilit'ilfi?REdi5J? JOANNE CLARK Advertising Manager PAT FARMER Classes Editor HOWARD HALL Annual Advisor 49" HOWARD GAREY Boys' Sports Editor JAN SNOW Associate Editor 2 A., ' DOROTHY JILES 5 Q Art Editor ooLoREs woi.i.ENiviAN Clubs Editor EBPERS BETTY MURPHY Girls' Sports Editor The Colonist staff has worked lnird to make this the best iinnugil ever produced at Anaheim high. They hope it' will be the one which will .1lw.1ys stand out in your memories as you think brick on the lmppy times you have had here at AU. They hope you will enjoy l'C.lLlil'lg it as mush tis they have enjoyed putting it out for you. At times the going was rough and things fell behind schedule but Editor ,l0Ann made the old refrain "remember the dend- line" common fare in room 'il and finally sighs of relief were heard as the lust pages of the book were "put to bed". 44 Z 1242! gf 1.5 ,- x xx L gf S, sv X X X gk X xg, x-' 1 X K Q wg x, X , , 'V ,Q 'Aww X E K -5 .g -asv- KW ws-W ., . R Q X YT N WM .As f mf ,NX , 'Xx s s i I A N wwf be Nl " Elm QQQQQ gg, , A - - 5539 . , Big., NL if 'K N ' Ns U x wx Q X NM 5.3 4' 550' -. M: 3. , 5. ' Q W ,556 'J' .. z :wg-gf' , N'Xr, ,el 'LYS W WE' " . , Xa Q1 - W' 3 5t5i"'l 'TQi5T . ' Sxvfxff--iw X5 L fl 'f .SN wi -..q1..Q Hi. v, k V ' """"f I in I q-xsxxxgq, I HQFSX an :W Vlr. Bramlett shows new and old students how to fill out reg- stration forms. jf' Darlene Fitz :ind her "little sister", Diane Simpson. and Nan Aorales :ind her "little sister", Diane Knutzen, attended the mnunl Big and Little Sister party held on the afternoon of Reg- strntion Day. iff' A 4.W'A, . Sack in line at Wimpies, students renew old acquain- ance from Inst year. I CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS REINIFMBFR . . . registration day . . . the Big and Little Sister Party '... sopho- more Marna Boch struek hy a tar in front of the sehool , . . Then came the first dance with the gym walls detorated with a hig "Hello" . . . the Iowa test . . . Francis Hurtado the city Halloween festix'al's Miss Slick Clhiek . . . the selection of 'loan Perry as FFA Chapter Sweetheart . . . Blue and Gold Day and the ear caravan . . . Remember too . . . Phil Xlifright named Lieutenant Governor for the YMCA Model Legislature .,,. IoAnn Faust reigning as Homecoming Queen . , . Your memory may reeall too . . , the mishehaving PA system . . . the P-'FA movie, "Mr. SSO' '.., the colorfully deco- rated Quill and Scroll "Pigskin Ball" . . . Then tame , . . the XX'inter XWonder- land Girls' League fashion show '... AU's Christmas program --"CQhristmas Letter", . . Russ Gary's hand at the Christmas formal After Christmas vacation came semes- ter exams . , . the presidential inaugu- ration 'watched hy the entire student body on TV sets . . . the injury of Mrs. Faeki- ner, AU English teacher. in front of the school . . . and the popular "Hat Dante." Next . . . AU students petitioned for tratht' signals in front of the sthool . . . and the Orange County Music Festival came to AU auditorium, A new vocational mathine shop class got under way . . , Bill Ciooles dante hand played for the XY'inter Sports dante . . , 11 Cinderella Ball was held at the Fhell tluh- house. The student hody mourned the death of senior Nanty Rail . . . learned Marilyn Ylorgenson and .lan Larson were to he vale- dittorians . . . AU's Cadet rifle team again won the state lil-man ehampionship , , , 'l'hen came . . . selettion of Ramona Sthley and Linda Lutz as salutatorians . . . Easter x'at'ation at lial . . . Finally '.., the Serviee Clluh dance '... the Military Ball . , . the ,lunior-Senior Prom in the study hall . . . the senior har- hecue at Irvine Park . . . final exams . . . and at long last . . . baccalaureate and com- menccment. a "Real Cool Cats" were Earle Peterson and Eddie Starnes as they sang, l'Up .1 Lazy River". accompanied by the Showboat band and captain, Keith Mills, during the Senior assembly, Colonist and Indian administrators. coaches and players await expectantly for the turn of the coin. Despite Jim Roberts call of "heads", it came up "tails" to give the Indians the right to participate in the CIF playoffs. xl' l fl -. ,e,ee , , l lfl lfit ill elm Many Cnnnies and Clems signed their name in a pledge "to beat Fullerton". the day before the big game with the Indians. 'lawn nAPPtll l0 ,x 1 I Many Connies and Clems eagerly signed the petitions for traffii signals at the corner of Citron and Center streets. 9 2 ln an FFA assembly several teachers were called upon to milk goats witl Mr. Engebretson filling two bottles to bring him into the winner's circle v-.I AU's pep committee paints one of the large signs that were carried througl town on Blue and Gold Day in a parade of decorated cars led by the Colonis band. 4. U students live for their lunch period. when they can lax and oat to their heart's content. 'A 'L flany Connies and Clems rode school busses throughout the year. "Ext:-a". "Extra", read all about it! tin the weekly Anoranco.J 48 Seniors and teachers who eat in the school cafeteria, are privileged to have their own special line. .ag Q we Mr, AI Dutzi sold the many supplies students needed in their daily work at AU from the Bookstore counter. REMEMISER 'IDU . . , the every- day cainpiis life . . thc regular and soinctiincs monotonous routine ol' luclls and classes . . , rct'rcation period . thc Itinrli periods . . . cndlcss bus riding . . . thc-sc things also rcprcscntctl thc lifc yoirll rcincinlwcr at AUHS in lflilf 55. 4' F I hu... - X ilRLS' BARBERSHOP QUARTETTE-LFirst Rowj Dallas Bowen, Karbara Olsen, Dorothy Jiles, Cherry Goff. Mary Lou Casebeer. Second Rowj Wanda Johnson. Lois Haskins. Dorothy Gosnell, lobby Hudson. and Miriam Congdon. N 1 .ast minute studying for U. S. government test in senior problems Five minute speed tests in typing create loud confusion ...,., g . .,,. Chemistry students test a new formula. SWING CHOIR-iFirst Row, Left to Righty Rachael Cadwalder, Mar- jorie Boyd. Pat Santi, Marion Caracausa. Nlyrna Lewellyn, Joan Mauer- han, Ann Betts, Shirley Pannier. lSecond Rowj Gary Bedford, Earle Peterson, D.ck Hanson, Ron Thompson. and Roy Casey. 49 l orinies and Clems enjoy punch bowl and cookie table at the Christmas Formal -. Popular events were the after game sport dances. - e. une McClain and Ira Webber won first place at the Hat 'ance with their balloon hats. The traditional freshman and sophomore party was a big hit. DANCES . . . 'he Pigskin Ball featured presentations to the players of ., A ., - - - 4 he year by Editor Nan Morales iLeft to Right! Tom Berg, HTJ?fadr'm1nneJs sunnzlsss uS"clEu?hh'c':L.mEcmgf1'g im Roberts, Nan. Bob Padilla and Dean Philpott. Dolores Pao' at the ..SHcE'ChiCk Balfii D it l f AU's own Dance Band under the direction of Mr. Cook tLeft to Right. front rowl Mike Gerber. Wes Warwick. Bill Schnei- der, Bill Dougherty. tBack rowl Marilyn Schiniming. George Bishop, Joe Critchfield. Peggy Kohlenberger. and Mr. Cook. Dance. After the basketball games. students attended nlnay sport dances held in the little gym. 5 Annually the Military Ball is held in the early Spring. lt is sponsored by the Cadets and the Girls' Rifle Team. ?-u--'N Soft lights and sweet music set the mood for the Thanksgiving llirougli tlic past your .it All tlicrt- lmvc lwccn numerous tlanccsg l-Ol'lll.ll. Stllll-li0l'Il'lLll .intl the t'.1su.il, cw-i'yftl.iy tlrcss. Not to incntion tlic tlantcs pittttiiul on tlicsc two pages, tlicrc were Ll Sotla Hop, sponsorctl by tlic Clotnincrtial Cilulw on tlic lirst of May, .intl tlic .inniial Soiitli Seas Stoinlv. wliiuli was sponsored by thc Sulw-Dt-lvs, Colonist lN1lllxQlll'S, .intl tlic Quill tintl Stroll. D l Rosia Smith and Narcia Ferreria pose before the large Christmas tree at the annual Christmas Dance. 51 .., ! f, , ' 6111211 . vwsfp' ' ' 3, 5 F, bb Y Nw F 9252 My 4 . W' f fs-,-Q XX I g we ..- I ,-.- ,--5. ,,.-Q li . , lf' V72 3 X, ag X Ji? lx? Qifix M Gif? J.: -N-5, .fg..,,-'Zi' ,g S...- N-A.,-,ggi-. 40 VTX SLC OVYIQ To f . I - . , Q U yr ,M - Ly Q Q ' .rf X 1 2 I x t fuk! p . : . , , . fr K 5 I I ArT g 4 V. .. AW' ,, X X' T?-?f:f1f?' f-pf'z:2.g,f W .' A-'W 1 , Y f J v-4-h- W I 12 X' 2 " 9 I X "wx, ,- '-i.Q .IN - X' IN K' fi 24- -4.-241' .jx-W ,.",-L ..,-Q.-. -,i ,ski J-g ,L xl fg ...igm .51 -7, .- . ,ig 5,14 4 .4 2 Z' . 1 IN" 'A ps' ,., ,-5 .N ,Q 1 1 pq - fs IN F f-X-fi -Q .Q 'ZS ,- g' 5 3 -ff".4i1'."'-,fi-'S-g. ,QQ-2-4 'Q.-..,..i' ..-5 fi 1-Q. -L 'x GIRLS'LEAGUE .. . GIRLS' Secretary Joan Hanson: Vice President Ivlarion Caracausa: and Presi- dent Shirley Pannier. CULUNIST CLUB .. . E OFFICERS-rLeft to Righty Treasurer Mona Carner: lhvw Uma .1 month on XY'ulf ncsilnys. girls ol AUHS. .ill i1utomi1tiL.1lly mcmbcrs ol' this nlub, mct to hc.1r speakers or sec L'l.liS t.1lcm assemblies. I 1 L- r Q ,. COLONIST CLUB OFFICERS-il.eft to Right! President Gayle Herbel: Vice President Joe Clark: Sergeant-at-Arms Ronnie Brown: and Scribe Erland Eberhard. Auto shop ulub was one oi' .ln .xssortmcnt ol clubs th.1t boys ol' thc stuilcnt body. .ill members of the Colonist club. ioulil .ittcml on cvcry fourth Xwcilncsilgiy. A scrics of ml' LlCLlfl0U.ll motion picture .ls- scmblics was also otfcrcil. 5-l cuinmim. nouns Um- ol' tht- oldest .mtl most .utivc service S tlulws on t.llllI7ll'4 is the Colonial fouls. Un- tici' IL'.ltIL'l'SiliP oi' .itlxisor Maxim' Duffoty, they lmtl .lil .lttivc year. 'I4llL'llA .utilities in- tlullul mics oi iootlmill programs. tupcnkcs .intl ullltiy. 'ilicy also sponsored .1 tripplcti tllillircn 5 lmirly. I COED OFFICERS-ll.eft to Right, Row 15 President Beverly Buckner: A Treasurer Laurel Bohan: Red Cross Representative Dora Cuevas: Sec- . gxlx retary Mary Lou Casebeerg Historian May Young. lRow 23 Vice Presi- ixvxi lv dent Glenda Nlungerson: Sergeant-at-Arms Reynette Wallace. 1 i lLeft to Right, Row ll Hudson. Arnold. Nlauerhan. Caracausa. McClain. Schley. Johannes. tFlow 21 Kohlenberger, Gruenenmy. Fukuda. VnnHunnick, Allen, Cuevas. lRow 33 Hurtado, Bohan. Betts. Lewellyn, Taylor. lRow -ll Hurley. Carter. Young, Fech- ter, Fitz, Cadwalader. lRow 55 Wallace. Buckner. Halvorsen, Congdon, Hammett. Mungerson. lFlow 65 Pannier. Haskins, Love, Osborn, Holve. 55 CULUNIST NIGHTS l lX1cL-liiig L'.lL'll lfritlny tluring ziutivily, the Clnlnnist Knights lins lmtl .in active year. Atlivilies intlutlctl the policing of gaincs, tnfspniisnrsliip nl two tlnnccs, selling rc- llrcsliincnla .il lnotlmill Kigaincs, lvniltlinlig bases lini' tlie Halloween licslixuil lrnpliics, imtl P.1l'lltlP.llll1g in Rctl Cross .intl otlicr tpnnpus tlrivcs. Ritlniixl Ry.lI'l sci-xml as .itlvisoit COLONIST KNIGHTS OFFICERS-fLeft to Righty Treasurer Floyd Baker: Sergeantvat-Arms Charles Peltzer: Secretary Harold Heinrich: Vice President Joe Critchfield: and President Philip Wright. , ,Quik !. ' N ox Q IQ W 0 Q , 1 i 'A' IL. 4 ' 'fl 4 N X 4-S, 5' A y 5 . in , l ill ll.eft to Right, Row 15 Baker, Stokes, Faessel, Deveney, Peterson, McLaughlin. Azzara. Starnes. 1Row 23 Schmidt. Puckett. Van Klaveren. Bovee. Owston. Padilla, Mclllwain, Stebbins. lRow 33 Newman, Schneider. Clemmer, Switzler. Roberts, Prentice. lRow -li Cardenas, Keeley, Riley, lsbell. lRow 51 Stoll, Heinrich, Martin, Eberhard. lRow 67 Mr. Ryan, Helden, Frank. Brown. Do- minguez. lRow 73 DeGroff. Brooks, Claussen, Knox, Mack, Sterba. Acton. Ard. 56 RIFLE CLUB . . . 5 .tn-z., . ' , A 2' .Mi ,' .- 'Ll G.. l... Fiji' 'I hc simrpsliooting Girls Q J- Zu . my . M, we .' 594' . Q' 4. iv' 4 scrics of Ill.lfL'ilCS with other sriiools this your .uni ro- V sponsored thc Military Ball f X .fm 4 ig .f 1 GIRLS' RIFLE TEAM OFFICERS-rLeft to Righty President Le Dema Lnttin: Secretary Linette Blanchard: Vice President Goldie Barchenger: and Treasurer Shirley Williams. iLeft to Right. Row U Hernandez, Garrison. Selfridge. Lowery, Mclntyre. Nipp. Coburn. qRow 25 Blanchard. Bnrchenger, Troutman. Molstead. DeWitt. Jenkins. CRow 33 Hicks. D. Williams. Smith. Dargatz. O'Grady. Brookmnn. 4Row 45 Swink. S. Williams, Lattin, Carothers. Elfeldt. Mitchell, Major Comstock. 58 -- Riiic team iircil .1 rcgiilai ll. A. A. lively girl who g0L'S out .mtl actively p.1rticip.1tcs in .my girls' sport is .1 mcmlwcr ol' thc Girls' Atlllctit' Associ- ation. lfrcslimcn .mtl sopho- mores .irc .it right, juniors N'- .mtl seniors, lic-low. lLeft to Right, Row 15 Critchfield. Vlfarren, Carter. Carothers. Dargatz. Buvinich. Van Delden. David. VanDelden, Henry, Head. Sagan. iRow 25 Wheeler. Richards, Mauerhan. Valadez. Aguilar. Huesca. Talamantez, Atwood. Allenman. Knepper. Stedranski. Philpott. Lopez, Knutzen, Reed. Lenain, Knipp. Pletz, Nlclntyre. tRow 35 Swartz, Garrison. Miller. Gastelum, aSnti. Cano. Hoffman. Buckner. Schmitt. Young, Garey, Dystrafi. Aiken. lRow 45 Alvey. Goff. Troutnian. Roddam. Beenian, Simpson. Cordes, Hein, An- derson. Taylor. Cox. Ferguson, Rasmussen. Winfrey. Stabbert. Cashman. tRow 55 Sel- fridge, Cordes, Richards. Williams, Lee, Neiman, Alvera. Villa. Yates, Coffman, Keiffer. Jung. Bengochea. Gerber. Russell. tRow 65 Olsen, Wilkinson. Roberts. Fitz. Hawkins. Booth, Nickey. Mayberry. Foster. oLdgsdon. Gruenemay. Ehrle, Lopez. Reveles, Taylor. Sangster. Walkter. Swank. . nxt Gif! A .A' 5 Nile- 5. -- -4 K-,f 1' -i - g, ' tL.eft to Right. Row 15 Zuniga, Avalos. Alva, Najera. Reveles, McClain. Weaver, Turner, Glover, Cherry, Arnold. Casebeer, Blan. chard, Contreras. tRow 25 Decker. Hurtado, Hurley, Clark. Carner, Gastelum. Slabaugh, Coelho, Fukuda, Muraoka, Matouk. tRow 35 Pannier. Flisner, Mungerson. Fitz, Larson. Taylor, Jorgenson, Wicker, Olvera. Lopez. Lowney. Karraker. tFlow 45 Si- monton, Lutz, Bohan, Carter, Miller, Fuchs, Sterba, Acosta, Mitchell. lRow 55 Jiles, Johnson, Martin, Buckner. Wallace. Griggs. Fechter, Knox, Lattin. tRow 65 Cadwalader, Holve. Galloway, Cone. Haskins, Perry. Halvorsen, Sloman, Hudson. tR0w 75 Dierst, Downs. Betts. Santi. Kohlenberger. 59 USHBRBTTBS HEAD USHERETTE JYMMIE HURLEY The Usherettes Club has lween in lull swing this past year, participating in many Munpus .utivities as well as Community functions. They provided ellicient anal cour- teous ushering service for a variety ot' .itl'.1irs. Mrs. Ethel CQ.u'erley has been the Usher- ette's faculty rulvisor this year. 60 i USHERETTE OFFICERS-iLeft to Right! Treasurer Bobbie Jean Head Usherette Jymmie Hurleyg Forum Chairman Ann Risner: and retary Rella Cherry. u f l 5 i , . sm Q? . 1 f , . jf Q . a 1Left to Right. Row 17 Dougherty, Dierberger. Lowery. Muraoka. Kirk. Casebeer, Congdon. iRowl 21 Hurley, Glover, Oelkers. Carter, Taylor, Higgins. qRow 33 Martin. Cherry, Fitz. Risner, Poyet,i Downs. lRow 43 Griggs. Sterba, Morales. Brattlof, Harryman. HONOR SUCIET Honor Society Aims nt fos- tering high standards of scliolurslmip. To be eligible, students must earn at least three "A's" und one "ll" on their semester grades. . i FIRST SEMESTER HONOR SOCIETY-KL. to R., Row 13 Stebbins, French. Navarro, Stewart, Schley, Glover, Taylor, Mauerhan, Brand, Barchenger. 1Row 23 Cone, Wiethorn, ruenemay, Fukuda, VanHunnlck, Larson, Olsen, Bengochea, Simonton. qRow 33 Myers, Claussen, Critch- field, Mungerson, Pannier, Botts, Valusek, Jungkeit. 1Row 43 Meyers, Love, Critchfleld, Allen, Claussen, Lutz, Flees, Dierst. LRow 53 Stewart, Clemmer, Barthelmes, Mungerson, Pannier, Bohan, Swink, Holve. QRow 63 Pearson, Brooks, Gartner, Gouyd, Lee, Henry, Acton, Baker, Bielefield, Harryman, Johannes. was he SECOND SEMESTER HONOR SOCIETY-fLeft to Right, Row 13 Brand, Schley, Mauerhan, McClain, Faessel, Hanson, Dougherty, Klamm, Thompson, Winfrey, Rasmussen. lRow 23 Strong, Young, Taylor, Fukuda, VanHunnick, Roddam, Taylor, Jorgenson. 1Row 33 Doty, Rees, Bengochea, Jung. Bengochea, Stewart, Larson, Bohan, Simonton. 1Row 43 Buvinich. Giardino, Jorgenson, Holve, Wittesch, Taylor, Myers, Holland, Carter, Lutz. 1Row 53 Tsujioka, Mitobe, Mungerson, Hansen, Gouyd, Love, Pannier, Harryman. 1Row 63 Brooks, Baker, Claus- sen, Clemmer, Lee, Henry, Stephenson, Fuller. qRow 73 Stewart, Korn, Acton, Gartner, Stanton. Members are excused from semester tests, go on field trips, and have one ditch day each semester. Their advisor was Miss Virginia Hutt. g iLeft to Right, Row ii VanHunnick, Lowery, Nielsen, Holmes, Engelsman, Kent, Robinson, Barnard, J. Chambers, B. Chambers, Knepper. Nose, Benson. K. Kent. tRow 25 Ungrath. Van de Walker, Valentine. Thompson, Walker. Zumwalt. Galusha. Allenman, DeWitt, Jahr, Dixon, Mitchell. tRow 31 Jiles, Bengochea, Claussen. Pletz, Seibert, Davidson. Phillips. Carothers, Mata, McLaugh- lin. Bonner. 1Row 43 Simonton, Cummings, A. Jorgenson, M. Jorgenson, Oelke. Tsujioka. Crowe, Jung. Allen. Pruett. Gray, Cuevas. Swank. tRow 53 Graham. Rickel, Winters, Newkirk, Flueggie, Cuevas, Yates. Thompson, Anderson. Cottle. Penkunas, Stouffer, Coss. fRow 61 Sowers, Herrera. Ochoa. Starmer. Rock. Siewert, Garrison, Gartner, Roberts. Davis. Morris. Mr. Anderson. BIBLB CLUB . . . To encourage stutly .intl reatling of the liible gintl to promote Cllirist- i.1n fellowship are the aims of the Bible Club. 'llieir iiutivities for this year inclutletl Ll trip to the lflower Show .intl roller skating .intl ice skating parties. 'l'i1Cll' ,itl- visor was Kem Anderson. BIBLE CLUB OFFICERS-tl.eft to Right, Row 17 Vice President Dora Cuevas: President Nancy Cummings: Secretary Carolyn Bonner, and Treasurer Barbara Si- monton. 62 SUB DEBS Purpose ol' thc Sulw Dclws lms lwccn to lic ol' service to AUHS by support- ing .ill school .lrtivitlcs .intl lll.lllll.llll- ing ,1 Ingli tnniln-.t st.intl.1rtl .it .ill times. llnllcr to-.ulvisors Mrs, Hclcn l".u'kinci' .intl Miss lin' Shinlcv. thc J . ululw has lmil LI lnll ya-.111 llicir .lc- livitics inrlutlctl .1 holly s.1lc .it tlic f:llI'lSllll.lS prngixiin, .1 ointly .intl yup nike stile, serving nt the Halloween l1l'CAll'il-.ISI .intl QI tc.: for thc l'.1t'ulty. llic bulm Dclvs also scrxctl .is lull monitors tlnring lnntli pcriotls .mtl scrvcil nl nmny L'.ll.ClCl'l.l l5.lIlKlLll.'lS. qu-4 SUB DEB OFFICERS-lLeft to Righty Vice President Ann Flisner: Secretary Judy Bell Wicker: Treasurer Mary Dougherty: Activities Chairman Nan Morales: and President Dolores Wollenman. S- l Q Boyd, Clark, Schmid, Cone. Forbes. lRow 35 Winfrey, Decker, Garner Reafsnyder Rutledge, Sterba. lRow 43 Jay, Larson, Jor- lLeft to Right, Row lb Weaver. Plaisted. Najera, Glover, Marquise. Wicker, Dougherty, Hamic. lRow 23 Wollenman, Stewart, n . . I V , genson, Simonton, Mata, N. Jorgenso , Bowen, Cherry, Griggs. lRow 55 Higgins, Cummings, Poyet. QFlow 69 Roseberry, Gallo- way, Martin, Mitchell, Sloman. 63 lun- 54,1 . v,,,,,,. 1 1 l lLeft to Right. Row 11 Walker. Thompson. Reeves. Loetterlee, Hamic, Engelsman, McKay. llRow 25 Haderlie. Davidson. Phillips. Koontz. Hicks, Brookrnan. lRow 33 Osborn, Hudson, Seibert. Poyet, Lattin. 1Ftow 43 Dren- non. Wright. Staufer. Rickel, Davidson. lRow 57 Mr. Anderson. Palmberg. Roseberry. Bell, Stewart. Claussen. lFlow 63 Lnttin. Smith. Adams. Riley. Sullivan, Gartner. LAMBDA SIGMA l..1111l1tl.1 Sl'Ulll.l Ufl-L'l'S mtuilciits .111 up po1't11111ty lor tlic stutly ol' st'ic11t'c. To lwc .1 lllL'llllWL'l'. stutlciits must l1.1w com plctctl .1 yc.11' ol' Stltlltit or lwc cnrollctl in .1 mit-1110 tl.1ss .intl lwc .1lwlc to go on Sat 111'1l.1y llcltl trips. ll1c11' .1t't11 1t1cs lol' this year imllitlctl .1 ll.lIl1l5llI'gL'I' fry, .mtl licltl trips to Holy .lim C'.111yo11 .mtl 'IUSllll.l lrcc N.1tio11.1l MKHITLIIIWCIII. 64 , wif ft it 2 N 'lf it ll AVF wg-ex. I A : .,.. , 1 sv LAMBDA SIGMA OFFICERS-tLeft to Righty Treasurer Steve Stewart: Sec- retary Carolyn Poyet: Vice President Karen Seibert: and President Marcus Gartner. 4 1 i iLeft to Right. Row 13 Zuniga. Richards, Assawa. Odermatt, Bran J. Tagriey, Boyd. Hudson. Cherry. Marquise. Caffee. iRow 23 Alva. Forbes, Dixon, Mata. Davidson. Phillips, Enneman. Betts. LHJW 33 Holiday. Rees. Anderson. Lenz. Fuller. Fitz. Wallace. lFlow 43 Miss Kathleen McFauI. Sagan. Emmerson, Holsinger. Carries. Goff. Forbes. Gage. iRow 53 Sangster. VanDelden, John- son. David. VanDelden. Hansard. Dick. Hamic. iRow 63 Cordier. Lassley. Harryman. Price. Reveles. rxlamni. D.erbeiger. Fausl, Philip Engebretson. iRow 73 VanKlaveren. Towers. Meyer. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS DE AMERICA The Cloinincrcial Club is the local t'h.1ptcr ol' the Future Business Leaders of Q X Aineritxi. The purpose of this club is to enrich interests in the k'OlNIl'lCI'L'l.li field. Their activities for this year included: .1 tour ol' the Southern California campus, cookie sales, sponsorship of the Ten Top Tunes on KLAC radio station, and spon- sorship of the Sock Hop. The advisors of this club were Philip Engebrctson, Ralph Wiiles and Miss Kathleen Mclfaul, commerciail instructors. qLeft to Right3 Treasurer Rella Cherry: Secretary Dorothy Harrymanp Vice Presi- dent May Young: President Marilyn Hudson. 65 New incinlm-rs .inil olliccrs nl' Cum' incixi.il ilulv wcrc initmtul in iinprcs- sixc. mnillcliglit in-rcinonics in No! x cnilwr, A A - 4 - I x I l:OI'IN.ll inst.1Il.1tinn of new otliicrs of thc ITBLA, In-lil in AU lilvmry, s.1w thcsc sew-ii girls installul: Marjorie Boyil, C.lI'0lyI1 l,cnz, JoAnn lluist, RL-ll.1 Llicrry, Dorothy H.lfl'y'll1.lI1, May Young, .mil M.1rilyn Huilsnn. Ailvisors Ralph XVincs. Philip lingcl lwrctson ,inil Miss K.itl1lL-cn lxlljlfillll .irc .it rc.1 r. 66 yu' , I 4 f ,,fvf'J vu ld fb L ' gf I 'A ,- 61' fha 'fb up QL I fiAT'A f 7d . LJ 5 TW, 7nL lin C ,ADM at Luc ,- 53" '6 5 ' . HI- U 0 o 1 GJ C if-"" NLS! FRESHMEN Hl-Y-QLeft to Right, Row 13 Warwick, Stockwell, Kohlenbever, Koehler, Mitchell. lRow 23 Kohlenberger, Darrow, Dinkler, isel. qRow 33 Stanton, oodchild. 1 KX, 4 T , L . ,W L 'Y 1 .1 .. SENIOR HI-Y-lLeft to Right, Row 13 Switzler, Clemmer, Ehrle, 23 Palmberg, Ruedy, Simpson, Wright, Schmidt. Owston, Claussen, Knox, Herbel. 1Row 43 Sum- Stokes. QRow 1Row 33 Korn, mers, Schneider, Olsen, Moody, Stanton. QRow 53 Peltzer, Critch- fleld, Ryan, Warwick, Eberhard. JUNIOR HI-Y-qLeft to Right, Row 13 Pinkstaff, Stoll, Rice, Stebbins, Faessel. 4Row 23 Clay, Gastelum, Mattox, Troop, Moore. fRow 33 Isbell, Taravella, Taylor, Gartner, Acton. BOYS' HI-Y-lLeft to Right, Row 13 Lord, Meyer, Hushman, lRow 23 Pollard, Habener, , Toussau, Dobkins, Carter. lRow 33 Powell, Winters, Bircher. qRow 43 Hurst, Buss, Fischle, 53 Tangney, Doretti, Hermann, Wilkinson, 67 SENIOR TRI-HI-Y-iLeft to Right. Row 11 Dougherty. Giardino. Glover, Marquis. McClain, Schley, Turner. Hudson. Weaver. iRow 21 Morales. Wollennmn, Dick. Simonton, Stuart, Boyd. Carner, Johannes. Lewellyn. iRow 31 Harryman. Hurley. Risner, Larson. Decker. Fitz. Dear. iRow 41 Brookman. Lenz, Winfrey. Nlunger- son. Jorgenson. Taylor. iRow 51 McGinnis. Anderson. Schimming, Lutz. Carter. Buckner. iRow 61 Johnson. Galloway, Osborne, Stevenson. Martin. Bohan. SOPHOMORE Tri-Hi-Y-iLeft to Right, Row 11 Sangster, Tay- lor. Logsdon. Hawkins. Heffern. Hannon. Boege, Bettinger. Bar- nard, McKool, iRow 21 Richards. Valusek, Mayberry. E. Rich- ards, Claussen. Bengochea. Fluegge. Fort, Rowland. Kramp. Pool. iRow 31 Botts, Critchfield. Dargatz. Bruhns, Dupuis, Goff, Cordes, Jungkeit. Smith. Fischle, Brand. iRow 41 Kissel, Em- merson. Holsinger. Galloway, Nlahlstedt. Bergerson, Sanchez, Walker. Olding. Chambers. iRow 51 Henry, Coons, Sagan, Bonnie Van Delden, Head, Bette Van Delden. David, Williams, Swint, Chmiel. Peacock. 68 ll, TRI-HL . . . JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y-iLeft to Right, Row 11 Koontz. lVluroka, Casebeer. Cherry, Schmid, Arnold. Briggs. iRow 21 Giardino. Holiday. Summa, Kirk. Hamic. Reafsnyder. Atkins. lRow 31 Loe- terlee. Jorgenson. Dierst. Fuchs. Barthomes. Fiscus. Scharn- Weber. lRow 41 Dagit. Miller. Witney. Hammett. Kohlenberger, Poyet. fRow 51 Steinbrink, Royer. Haderlie. Stanley. Halverson. Perry. iRow 1 Downs. Griggs. Hudson. Fitz, Kirchmann. fRow 71 Sloman. Holve. Gosnell. Haskins. Wallace. Cone. Forbes. i FRESHMEN TRI-HI-Y-1Left to Right, Row 11 Powell, Reed. Wilkinson, Bircher, Gastelum, Schneider, Faessel, Nipp, Knutzen, Lenain, McLaughlin. fRow 21 Nickey, Furr, Beeman. Roddam, Taylor, Cox, Garey, Ferguson, Anderson. iRow 31 Thomason, Rasmussen, Winfrey, Cordes, Eakin. Stabbert, Booth, Bauman. Gruenemay. iRow 41 Stedronsky, Hein, Fitz, Simpson, Reid, Klemm, Heitman, Schwemmer, Kerns. iRow 51 Kirk, Lugar. Hodger, Bengochea, Jung, Thompson, Storey, Brown. 4Row 61 Carter. Nadorff, Blakely, Newlin, Yates, Sundquist, Schmitt, Buckner. T0.1stm.1stcrs, .1 club for SfllxiCllfS intcrcstcii in pi1lwliC Speaking, mccts twice Ll month during Activity Pcr- ioil. 'I'l1L-ii' .ulxisor is lfixmk I Kellogg. OFFICERS-Sergeant-at-Arms Fred Frank. Treasurer Reynette Wallace, Secretary Kay Forbes. Vice President Lois Haskins. President John Simpson XM s . , -.. . . l TOASTMASTERS-lLeft to Right. Row 13 Casebeer, Faessel, Mauerhan. Ames, J. Mauerhan. John Faessel, Glover, Arnold. Schmid, Fort, Bolge, Gerber. qRow 23 Garey. Bell. Taylor. Thomas. iRow 33 Ferguson. Gastelum, Walker, Mayberry, Dargatz, Fitz. Larson, Boch, Fischle, lRow 43 Anderson. Hein. Thomason, Olsen, Fioddam. Stabbert, Reafsnyder, Critchfield, Jungkeit. lRow 53 Head, Sangster, Coons, Cox, Cone, Haskins, Wallace, Forbes. qRow 63 VanDelden, David. Sagan, VanDelden, Roberts, Taylor. Schneider, Wilkinson, Cordes, Simpson. lRow 73 Ochoa, Critchfield, Summer, Peltzer. Frank, Schneider, Frank, Meyer, Mr. Kellogg. 69 MUZART CLUB... Cninposctl ol thc lop mu- Af:-gr ,g IQ Sitrins nl AUHS, Mozart tlulw liigliliglitcil its year, by ' writiiiv, lirc ting .ml wo- y 5 x Q t 1 I 12, tlntintg thc Illllilkill "'l'lircc lm' lilupc-im-nl." Mr. Shel- tlnn Disiwitl .mtl Mr, Wm. Cook were llic .ltixisoix MOZART CLUB OFFICERS-1Left to Right, Row 13 Historian Ann Betts: Vice President Yvonne Fitz: President Earle Peterson: Trense urer Carole Rutledge: and Secretary Judy Bell Wicker. 6 .. A W ,A sm lLeft to Flight, Row 13 Jlles, A. Giaradino. D. Giardino, Gerber, Starnes, Peterson, Caracausa. Wicker. lRow 27 Faust. Taylor. Mnuerhan, Blackman. Lewellyn, Gastelum, Mr. Disrud. 1Row 33 Nlr. Cook. Dougherty, Kirchmann, Betts. Fitz, Gosnell. Pannier. lFlow 43 Reed. Gartner, Schimming, Osborn, Love, Rutledge. Congdon, Kohlenberger. qRow 5J Andrews. Flores, Roberts, Taylor, Critchfield. Summers, Garrison, Henry. qRow 65 Snyder. Korn, Stanton. Warwick. Eberhard, Bishop, Ryan. 70 LIBRARY CLUB XY'ith thc .lim ot' promot- ing hotter lihixiry sn-i'x'it'c. .'Xll's Iilwixiry tluh this you Qj .ilso ht-lil .1 Cfhristm.is lmirty, x is i t Q tl lfullcrton library. Huntington Iilwi'.iry .intl licltl .1 spring tlinncr .it lil Comc- ilor. M.1in .utility ol' thc lfuturc 'Il-.itlin-i's this ya-.ir was .is- sistintg thc tauithcrs ot' inth- xithml t'l.1sscs with routine thorcs. Advisor mis Miss M.u'ioric Pilwl. LIBRARY CLUB-tLeft to Flight, Row 13 DeJnger. Garabito, Gerber. Dick. tRow 23 Bauman, Hurtado. Perez. Lugar. iRow 33 Fukuda. Thomas, Lenz, Casey. 1Row 43 McDonald. Roseberry, O'Gr:idy. ' l FUTURE TEACHERS-tLeft to Right. Row 13 Klamm, Faessel. Garrison. Foster. Najera. Reveles, Alva. Avalos. tFtow 23 Cordes, Sirnonton, Holiday. Jorgensen. Zuniga. Lopez, Pletz. lRow 33 Cadwalader. Dnrgatz. Roberts. VanHunnick. Fukuda, Williams. Reveles. tRow 43 Hansard, Dierst. Mitobe, Tsujioka. Gruenemay. Fechtner. tRow 53 Galloway. Lutz. Carter. Dear. Downs. lFtow 63 Jungkeit. Risner, Martin, Schimming. Enneman, Pibel. Rickel. tRow 73 Holve, Taylor, Cordes. Solis, Claussen. 71 FUTURE P RMBRS .MK .llllw l"l"rX Llialwlur, LO .1-lxiscll Ivy Axon ll il. . Carlson .mil l.cl.mll llaliwn, lwmslcll its usual lull Pl'l3.l1llllll this xx-.111 Allixilius imlllllull . , . clut- . . l. . . . I3I'13lk'xllll'k team trip to lllu stale Sbllll-llIl.llN . . . the rxulilixc lozuiiiilturi trip to lily lin-.lr . . . mcmlwcr talks lo lliu L'lL'lllL'lll.ll'X' sllmols , . . Rollgcr lk' Millos sutimi xxixiniulg talk . , . liosling llic I"l"1X lxlsklllnlll llllllll.lll3CIil .lllxl l-.llllllY l3,ll'l3L'xllL' . . . .fX1m'1'll.llllmlllwli llax' lulnlwvllllull . . . l3I'IlL'N in loiiilmlilirm .lt Iiank ol fXlllQl'lk.l llclll llaxg flllllllilt, Ins .Migclcs .lllxl llixclsinlu county J, 5 . ff' l.lll'N1 lily lircal XX L'NlL'l'll lmcslmk slmwg Call Poly lil-ill .lug MSM liulll -layg LA lounty Spring FLQTURE FARMER OFFICERS-weft to Riglm President Rodger- De , V' Q ' ' ' Nlille: Vice President Larry Fischbeck: Secretary Duane Lindgren: Treas- l.lirg PIQVLL' limllogu llclll llayg time cJI'.lI1tLjC sliowg urer Jerry Fischbeck: and seminal Bob Kmoshlza. .lllml tliu slate lmllgingg lill.llS .lt 5.111 Luis Obispo. lLeft to Right. Row 13 Joy, Slabaugh, Pike, Laird. DeNliIIe, Brownfield. McCuistion. Pauls. lRow 23 Teague. Clodt. Bamford. Huck- l abee. Fischbeck. Loard. Roberts. Vieira. Dierberger. lRow 33 Valentine, Peters. Fischbeck. Burrows. Williams. Roberson. Cor- reia. lRow 43 Schoneveld. Maahs, Schuringa. Koblitz. Burdick, Schuringa, Hooser. Siewert. lRow 53 Nlr. Hanson. Morehead. Schelllng. Koesel. Stoffel. Lindgren. Mendez, Griggs. O'Hara. Hagen. lRow 63 Villa. Korn. Kingsley. Mitobe. Green. Truesdell, Martin. Mendzo. Green. Johnson. Nlr. Carlson. 72 Larry Fischbeck was crowned "Heart Throb" of the FFA at the FFA- FHA Christmas Box Social. Surrounding the "king" are Don McCuist- ion. Peggy Sterba. Mrs. Walker, and Darlene Carothers. FUTURE HOMEMAKER OFFICERS-lLeft to right3 President Peggy Sterba: Vice President Josie Hernan- dezg Secretary Ruth Griggs: Treasurer June Muraoka. -5' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OLD MEMERS-1Left to Right. Row 13 Alva, Najera, Reveles, Okuda, Young, Sau- cedo, Wheeler, Zuart, Slabaugh, Murphy, Muraoka, DeJager, Odermatt, Nose, Cherry. lRow 23 Hernandez, Provencio, Washburn, Fry, Raub, Hooser, Dykstra, Chapman, Lowney, Coelho. qRow 33 Mrs. Walker, Saucedo, Solis, Molstead, Smith, Whitney, Yocum, Henderson, Cottle. QRow 43 Mata, Mclntyre, McCaul, Sterba, Perry, Wiseman, Stanley, Southfield. QRow 53 Gage, Gravely, Kinoshita, Galloway, Cone, Cordier, Griggs. qRow 63 Kingsley, Newkirk, Johnson, Welch, Enneman, Higgins. 73 FUTURE HUMEMA ERS UP AMERICA X-X Devoted to the purpose of creating better homemakers, the Anaheim chapter of the FHA was one of the largest clubs on carn- . . . Auctioning of box lunches at the FFA-FHA Christmas party are FFA Chapler pus this year, numbering close to 150. 'Ihe Sweetheart .loan Perry, FFA President Rodger DeMille and Kerman Laird. 'rouu was advised b' Mrs. Barbara Wzilker. .L l Activties tor the year included a taco sale, a Christmas party and hayride with the Future lfarmers. .1 sno cone sale, a trip to the Ice Clapades. and trips to both the state convention at Asilomar and the regional convention at Lancaster. Mary Clone served as section treasurer for the year. if Section Treasurer: Mary Cone NEW MEMBERS-iLeft to Right, Row 13 Houston, Talamantez, Cano, Stedron- sky, Philpott, Bode, Antolin, Zuniga, Avalos, Ohara, Aguilar, Resales., Weidner. tRow 21 Alvey, Gunter. Brown, Benson, Cordes, Teague, Larsen, Zazueta. Lugar. Fuentes. Cabrl. QRow 35 Bauman, Thompson, Warner, Coyle, Dagit, Duke, Rina, Young, Cuthbert, Castellano. 1Flow 45 DeBruyn, Otte, Bodkins, Mitobe, Wada, Miranda. QRow 55 Sebring, Peacock, Burzlaff, Penkunas, Fluegge, Mrs. Walker, advisor. 4Row 69 Buvinick, Forst, Tsujioka, Oelke. 74 LAZ A Regular horse back riding in Irvine park was the main purpose ol the Lazy A Riding club. Miss Dora Gene Colder was advisor. hw To emoiirage interest in the l.lIIgLl.IgL' .ind customs of Spanisli speaking tountries is the Alilll of tlie AU Spanish 'L I Klub, nl LAZY "A" RIDING CLUB-tLeft to Right. Row 13 Garrison. Blanchard. Weidner. A. Weidner, Troutrnan, Fry. Capon, NIDP. Holmes, Lopez. Nielsen. tRow 23 Boch. Dykstra. Contreras, Butts. K. Cordes, S. Cordes, Cashman. Kiefer. tRow 33 Mclntyre. Reeves. Loetterlee. Fuchs. Dargatz. Roberts, Lattin. tRow 43 Molstead, Taylor. Carter, Reveles, Matouk, Ellfeldt. tRow 53 Grimes, Gwaltney, Henry. I Mft, 9 x , . SPANISH CLUB-tLeft to Right, Row 13 Mauerhan, Lenain, Najera, Zuniga. Garcia, Alva. Muroka, Casebeer, J. Mauerhan, Glover, Schmidt, Arnold. tRow 23 Taylor, Fort, Klemm, Boege, Fischle, Boch, Haderlie. Kirk, Lopez, Cone, Giarbito. lRow 33 Mitobe, Simonton, Walker, Olding. Hurtado. Taylor. Dougherty, Sebbins. Meyers, Stoker. tRow 43 Lopez, Solis, Buvinich, Critchfield, Jungkeit. VanKlav- ern, Bohan, Kirk, Buckner, Dear, Roddam, Lutz, Stabbert. tRow 53 Roa, Alvera, Dargatz, Mayberry, Swint, Halverson, Reafsnyder, Hammatt, Fukuda, Mendez. tRow 63 Lopez, VanDelden, Knox, Head, Martin. Wallace, Forbes, Bylsma, Fechtner, Poyet, Streba, Pannier, Galloway. tRow 73 Peralta, Ste- phenson, Schaffer. 76 , .--san. 1. ... nl - X ,, .5 ns! ss TORCH AND SABER-tLeft to Right. Row Culpepper, D. Gnylor. Lndig, Salazar. TORCH AND SABEP. 'L 'llie 'l'ort'l1 antl Saber club, coin- posetl oi' yommissionetl otlit-ers of the stliool Clatlet Corps. liigliliglit- etl their year with sponsorship of tlie Military Ball. The club .ul- tlitionally gave special services to the corps, took .1 trip ,ilwoartl .1 naval vessel, and supervised cadets attending it marine tlemonstration at Clainp Pendleton. ul LATIN CLUB The colorful Roman banquet was again a feature of the Latin club year. ..-. .. ll. A .. ... .. ,- ,,, . Y . ,A LATIN CLUB-fLeft to Right, Row 15 Johannes, Fitz, Dougherty, Heffern, Cordes, Bengochea, Alleman, Barchenger, Brand, Gerber, Dierst. iRow 25 Valusek, War- ren, Cadwalader, Allen. Bowen, VanHunnick, Larson, Wright, Gouyd, Bonner. tRow 33 Rees, Heffern, Carter, Clnussen, Bruhns. Prentice, Brooks, Lepper. lRow 47 Roberts, Holve, Lee, Ryan, Clemmer, Stoll, Henry, Gartner, Acton. QRow 55 Pearson, Simpson, Owston, Petitt. 77 'w e"' lLeft to Righty Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Padilla: President Pat Roberts, Vice President Jim Roberts, Treasurer Ray Bokelmang Secretary Lupe Gonzales. is X x'lFjX , . i ' f "' W' 5 1, ls- e VARSITY A Varsity "A" is .1 service OYll.lIllZLlll0l1 of hoys who have won v Ll r s i t y letters. Their activities for this year ineluiletl the sponsorship of .1 tlance .mtl the first Basket- h.1ll Banquet ever heltl at AUHS. Their .ltlvisor was Dirk Glover. 1 , x fLeft to Right. Row ll DeGroff, Wiethorn. Roberts. Trotter, Berg. Ferrel. Bokelman. Gouyd. Frank. lRow 27 Bishop. Ryan. Critch- field, Switzler, Wells, Herbel, Azzara, Padilla. iRow 33 Wright. Moody. Sterba. Eberhard, Palmberg. Roseberry, Riley, Nielson, Moore, Brown, Herrera, Grover, Glover. tRow 4b Williams, Claussen, Peralta, Gaylor, Smith, Mang. fRow 51 Worden, Mattox, Reed, Taylor, Waldo, Davis. 78 l -SU- lLeft to Right. Flow 13 Stokes. Peterson. Gerber, McClain. Caracausa, Casebeer, Koontz. Cherry, Fiscus, Legg. tFlow 23 Legg, B. Nlauerhan, J. Nlauerhan. DeBruyn. Stewart. Decker. Haderlie, Roddani. Wilkinson. Lambeth. qRow 33 Brooks, Thomason, Klemni, Anderson. Dear. Pauls. Swank. qRow 43 David, Cadwalader. Boege, Fort, Smith. Critchfield, Bengochea, Schneider. lRow 53 VanDeIden, Sagan. Head, Brand. Taylor, Stabbert. Garey, Cox, G-astelum. Hein. qRow 63 Baker, Taylor, Sangster, VanDeIden, Wallace, Anderson. Simpson. Barchenger. lRow 73 Rainey, Moore. Warwick, Stanton, Bovee, Frank, Kohlenberger, Saviers. The Diuunii Club seeks to liurther inter- est in til'Lllli.lllt'S. Under the legulersliip ol' Louise Hitt, gul- visor, the t'lub haul it full ye.1r which includ- etl the Clhristinas play, "The Clliristmiis I.et- let. -I Another highlight ol' the year was "The Legend ol' the Lake," whiuh local thespigins M Put on .tt the P.1s.1tlen.1 Pl.iyhouse. The last meeting ot' the year was it thn- ner party at the The annual Drium Clluh Awiirtl, pre- sentetl to the gl'.ltill.lflI1'Q Senior with the most number of parlieip.iti0n points, was won by hfarion Cnriicatisa, DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS-lLeft to Right3 President Marion Caracausa: Vice Prseident Gretchen Decker, Secretary Glenda Mungerson: and Treas- urer Marlene Stewart. 79 studied makeup. Raggedy Ann and Andy, Alirc Wfeaxcr and Joanne Clark, were two ot the eostum ed drama students who wandered ibout the campus during the week the driml eliss Initiation prograin for drama cluh, held in the hasement of the XXfhitc Temple Methodist church in November, featured "dancers" Gloria Taylor, Sherryl David and Mary Lyn l-lead, "Legend nf ilu, Lake." AUHS entry in the annual Pasadena Play House tournament, featured john Brooks, Marion Caracausa, and Ronnie Legg, ...qgfggu 80 .4 ,Qs l was 5 gm? L xx Tw ? 5 'WP USN? f Eff! pg wg? ggwiig Qi wp fm, N Q WEEE I x 2 Nw 'xf X x X N X , EQ A K W M! , r 4 I f li Ll -4: Ka.. W f 3 3' 5. 1 N J N X . fxfx INAA wh' ,Y AA rx A Af ,N fb?-xx fs rx fxxxfx 'Nix fS fx 'PN fR K5 fx KN fi fx fxfs ,N fx Pl' hh A rx FA ,N ff-,N ,xp Ph fn 5 fs fs f'5 fy-fs 9 I ' is . ,4 'Htl j " 5'f 0132274 5 Z' -5 3 Z- fs f'f" ,- 45 Nz if.-. f 4- Su- QA-J - tx- f ' "XJ-' Wf- I 4 rf! ' :ff in Af 5 , Y f 1f' 44345, I , I .J-" 5-fi-1 Y Y I N1 -Z3 A' - .-. 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RICKEL Class Advisor lLeft to Righty Phillip Wright-vice-president, Mary Dougherty-secretary, Drusetta Martin-treasurer, and John Simpson-president. The senior class of 1955 proudly hails its many memorable and colorful eventsg their senior play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" -the Purchasing of senior sweaters and class rings-the romantic mist of music, dancing and gaiety at the junior-senior prom-fthe final procession of smiling and solemn faces lending a last minute tear to the graduation night with its farewell to the class of '53. 85 JOYCE ALLEN VERA ALVA BILL AMES MARLENE ANDERSON Nlllllvlll Vvllllvil Ilumw- I-Iv. XIil,ll7I', I-'lSI,.-X YIIIQ Ilnslu-llmll-2 Yrs. Xlusim-, Unlvlrlle-1-1-ill Nlulzn Ifmuru- Nurs'-s X'-I'r1-s. Umxlxm-ra-izll Nlnjnr M:u'llinI- Shop Nlujm' llilvll- Ulull l'Inl:-rw-:I I'l'nm Ulilu. GAA. I"llA, I4"l'A Varsity A fllllll IP1':1m:1 Clulr s I f'N f HAROLD ANDREWS JANET ASAWA I'lx1-I-lllivv IIIAI-II'l'l' 1'mm11n-1'c'i:1l Ulull 'IW-nnis, Urvll., llunrl SIHIIIISII l'l1lln Munir! Ululf l'ulu1nllm-4-iul Xlnjm' VIRGINIA AVALOS SAM AZZARA llnml, Urvllw-sl'1':n Varsity A, Urnss GAA Yzlr. 'l'l':u'l4, Sl Xl Ummm'-r4'i:1l Nlujm' Ynr. Ifamtluull -Z1 X: I I I 1 FLOYD BAKER LEE BASS HUBERT BEBEREIA GARY BEDFORD llnnm- Sm-lilly l'x-vs. AI.-4'l14 lJr:nwim.:' Rlujm' Sm-immvv Nlnjm' Sm-ia-11:-v Major, 'l'.-nnlx f S1'Il'lll'l'. Xlntll. Nlujm' Smwinl Slllrlin-S IXIIIIIUI' ilvn. Shop Mnjm' .X wlplu-ll:l, AIIISIK' If'-. 1 Yun: 'IIUIIIIIS xvillvl' Polo, NYomIslmp Motion l'i4-lllrv Club I':IlIl'l't'4l from Ill't'gUll " 5' RICHARD L. BELL JAMES ROY BELL GEORGE F. BISHOP HANK BODE Art Ululv l4'l4'A Yzu: IHLS4-lmll--3 Yrs. Sr. Class III'lDl'l'Sl'HI1lIIY4' I.:1mlnln Siprnm Ulull Yu:-. lNI:1r'l1im- Shop IJ, ll, Var. lluske-tlmll limxlisll Major Annuul l'lmIm.:l'upl1y Motion I'i1'll1l's- Club Musiv, Math. Major l.iln':u'y l'lulr 86 AMY L. BOHAN RAY BOKELMAN LOUISE BORGES SHIRLEE BOUDREAU llmim' Siwivly Var. lfonllvall-2 Yrs, Hrmie-i11aliim.t Major I'miiim-i'i'ial l'll1lr Uuluiiial t'n-Mais ollim-vi' Var. Trzlck. Uross t'mmLi'y Social Stumlivs Major VHA fjl'1'lll'Sll'Il Yarsily A Ululr Tr:-:is. llmiin- lic. Majui' ff , , X MARJORIE BOYD ALICE BRANT MILBRAT ELAINE BRA VELVA BROOKMAN l'UllllllVl'l'lill Ululv 0t'I'ivvi- t'mimn-rr-ial Major l'ommcrc'ial liiilv Vials utlim-vi' Hull-ln-las, Sr. Play lf'lIl.A V-I'i'0s. Uslu-rvttvs lluiim' Sm-iw-ty,--2 Yrs. A wippn-llzi, llusim-ss Maiui' Hiding: Ulllls 'XY-1'l'l'S. Tri-lli-Y 'l'i'i-lli-Y, Lamlula Sipfnia NELL REA BROWN RONNIE BROWN BEVERLY BUCKNER DON BURDICK 'l'i':i1isI'm-mai froni ldalin I'Im.:'lisli Major Iiliglisli Major Apr. Major Spziiiisli Major Colonial Co-lid 1'i'vs. Colonist Ululi Uulmiisl Vlllll oilivvl' GAA Swim Mgr, Sovial Sliulivs Major RICHARD BURNS ROGER BURROWS THOMAS BYRD CAROL CAFFEE HAMEL Military Sc-ivm-1-, Band You Agp Major MQ-ch. Drawim: Major GAA ll NVat1-I' l'ol0 FFA Flub Hand Major, li lfoolllall FHA C Football FFA Svc, ll Track Coniniorvial Ululi 87 -W-.vqwy-N BOB CALVO MARION MONA LEE CARNER RICHARD CARROLL 1'1lll.fllNll Nlujur Hirlw' li 1 llv .f 'z - : ' mir l'ulili1' Spa-:nkimq .I1'. Uluss Sm-., Suupxli-:ull-r GAA liuzu-el-Z4 Yrs, K' Swiuuuiuyr. XV:i14'r Polo Cross t'uuulr5 l7r:uu:i Ulul: l'n-vs. Sul,-Ili-hs, 'l'1'ifHi-Y Mzwliiuu Shop Major MARY ANN CARTER ROY CASEY GEORGE CAUWEL BARBARA P. CHAMBERS l'1ll1lliNll Alfhlul' A 4-:mpc-llu, Swing' Ulioii' Typing.: l, lluukkl-1-pi1u.1' l':l1l.fllSll. llumi- ling Major Mfllll- 3l1I.lHl' Yur. XVu1vr Polo lllulh. .Alllll'2ll1f'0 All, Mgr. GAA. 'Pri-Ili-Y l.iIn':u'y Ululi liusiuc-ss liiiglisli liilvlv Vlulu JOANNE CLARK JOE CLARK GARY CLAUSSEN BOB CLEMMER llusiul-ss Major Y:u'. lluskvtlnull-2 Yrs. llulrl Svul l:t'2ll'i'l' llulil Sn-:il l:l'2ll'b'l' Girls' lie-:uqiw Iii-p. Y:u'. lizisi-hull Yau: NV:it+-1' l'olu, Gull' l-Zmqlish, S4'l1'lll'l' Nlnjui' GAA llvp. Unionist Cluls V-l'r4-S. Smzim-mu-, Math. Mzxjui' .IV 'l'i-uuis DELORES COBURN DELORES COELHO FRANCES COTTLE DON COULTER lfliiglisll, Music Bfajor GAA. VHA C0mm01'ci:1l Major Hand Riilv Plulv Girls' lmnguv Rep., F'NA Home EO. Major Oi'cl1+-stm Glow Club l-Iouw 1410. Major Bible Club, FHA B8 JOE CRITCH Suph. Class X':ll'. XY:llm-I' FIELD l'l'4-S, l'ulo Fmyllrxuisl Knights X ' l'l JIM CUTHBERT Slum IXl:xjm' Unlullisl Kll JY I"mmllr:1ll 1 ights PATRICIA DEAR llrzmm, Ululw .lr., Sr. l'l:1ys lflmxlish Major JOYCE DIC K l'omnu-rclal Ululm Home Ev. Major FHA X Q-L DORA CUEVAS EARL DAN CULPEPPER , ,, , , , llilulv Vlulu l'1'1-s. liuml Alzmjm' Usa-lu-slx':l Uulmlizll Un-lllml nlllc-I-1' Nucl:-t Rlzljm' llilvlv Ululv X'-l'1'm-s. Hmwl' Sm-in-ly 'l'm'vh, Snln-1' Club!-Z2 'Yrs Sul:-Il--lvs RICHARD CUTLER WAYNE DAVIES BILL DAVIS S1-imu-v Alrljm' All-vlx. llrzlwinp: Major Yzlr. lfoutlmll Rlulh. Mzljm' Auto Slum .lux l'l:1y Blush' Aliljkll' 1'Im.g'lisl1 Mujm- GRETCHEN DECKER HARRY DEGROFF RODGER DENIILLE .lx'., Sr. Plays Var. Ifoollxzlll Ag. Nliljlll' Sub-IM-las Latin Ulull IPIFA l'1'n-s. 'l'ri-Hi-Y Unum-il l'rn-s. Culnnisl linipxllts i'mm1n-r4'iul Alujur CARL DILLON RONALD DOMINGUEZ BILL DORGELOH Auto Shop Math. Major, Hi-Y Math. Major Nachine Shop I'1ny.:'lish Major I'1lll.2'IISII Major XVI-lding Colonist Knifrht ofllcer Entvrs-d from Santa Ann. ERTY MARY DOUGH EDWARD DOUTHIT MARY DOUTHIT Sr. Vlass Svc. Uolonist l'lIIll Drama, 'l'ri-Hi-Y Sul,-lk-hs 'l'r1-as. Elmprlisln, Math. Major lllnglish Major llsljcrf-Ilv nfliccr XV00dshop, Social Studios Comms-rcial Major blfik PAT DUKE ERLAND EBERHARD JOHN EHRLE VIRGINIA ENNEMAN 'l'rl-Ili-Y Yar. I! 'l'rack A cappclla Iinqrlish Major, KI.-KA llillims' Ulull Uross Ummlry Music Major Home Ho. Major 4'mnm1-rcial Major llaml Hi-Y I'ommm-rcial Club PAT FARMER KAY S. FELKNER LLOYD FERRELL JOANN FAUST Colonist Sl-I-lion I-Irlilor Annual Stall' Yar. Ifoollmll lla-all Nlajurvttn--ZZ Nu .xll0I'IlllI'0 l"v-alllrc Ifizlilor .xIllll'JlllI'0 Stall' Math. Major Hnmccumim.: Quia-cn Jr. Play Home- lic. Major I! I-'ootlvall .-hmual Ilhlitor, .lr. I'lu LARRY FISCHBECK DARLENE FITZ MANUEL FLORES PATSY FOUTCH llaml Major Colonial Co-lids I-land Sgt, Mozart Tri-Hi-Y Ag. Major GAA Orclwstra GAA FFA V-Pros, Tri-Hi-Y ofllcer Pep Band Commercial Major 90 limi!!iQl1"ziiajoi5"' ' isiiilil-59'Xiujbifw tiki."SiiiLl'iivIi3"" icnulisli Nui-w RONALD GARRISON MARCUS GARTNER MARY LOU GASTELUM DONALD Siring ICIISQWIIIIll'-c,l'l'll, Mozart Ulub Majorm-llv-I Yrs., GAA Uzuin-is UOIIIllI1'I'l'I2Il Club Orclu-slra, Mozart Club .Ir,, Sr. Plays. A vappl-lla 'l'0I'1'Il and Sala-r Iionor Soc-in-ly Sl'll'lIi'l', Math. Major Sub-lla-lis, 'l'ri-Hi-Y Yarsily A Ululu DOLOFIES GIARDINO GERIE GLOVER VERNE GRANERE DICK GRAY Musiv, rlnglisli Major Yvll imadvr ll Var. lX'at'vi' Polo A camwlla Choir Studi-nl Uounvil GAA. Tri-Hi-Y Var, Golf RMI Cross K'0lllll'll Mozart Ululr-I Yrs. Suh-Dobs C Swinunim: lflnlm-rvcl from I.. Ii. Poly PATSY HACKER JOAN HANSON DICK HANSON DOROTHY I-IAFIRYMAN l'oninu-rc-ial Major Girls' Lvzigiw Svc. Var. Tennis rlnglisli Major l'mnmorrial Club Tri-Hi-Y Council Var, Trark Uomnivrr-ial Major Studvnl Uonnvil Vlass officer Mn-ch. Drawing Major Gold Seal lic-arvr 91 ANDY JOHNSON l+'l4'A, Unionist Pluln Ynr. llaislu-llinll Sovinl Sllulim-s Major WANDA JOHNSON llomi- ldv. Nlzijor Music t'oninn-rriul Club ,. Eff Est EDGAR KINGSLEY l"l"A Soviul Studios Mnjor 'l'i':iiisI'1-iw-ll from H.l!. ARTHUR KORN Orch. Ill. llnnd ll Colonist Knigrhts Honor Socii-ty ELAINE JOHNSON ELIZABETH JOHNSON SANDRA JOHANNES GAA. Aloznrl Art Major, Girls' 1.1-ngllo lflnglish Major 'l'ri-lli'Y Sorizil Sluilivs Major lflonivinuking' lflnpxlish Mnjor Moznrl Fhoir 'l'l'l'JlS lfuturn- Nurs:-s, No-l 1 A M A RI LY N Gold S1-:ll GAA. 'Fri Suh-Dolms ll lfoollvnll li 'l'rnc'k Flulx Mnlh. Nnjor BEN KARCHER EDWARD KEELEY 'l'rm-k Colonist Knights .l'Iiitvn-il lfrorn loni GARY KNOX ling: Major, linsketbnll Spanish Club Quill :ind Svroll GAA Annual Svction Editor Spanish Major SHARON LABOURDETTE JOHN LADIG Anornnvo Exclizulge Editor Cudvts Major English, U0lll!'llkFI'Cllll Major Machine Shop Major Soriul Studies Mnjor Torch und Saber RLEY KNOX DOLORES KOFAHL Hom:-making' xliljlil KENNON LAIRD Ag. Mujor l4'l+'A VVOod Shop Mujux BARBARA LANKER JAJNIET LARSON JAN IL. LARSON LATTIN in! I AVI Ma, ' . :I ll. Major Gull Sval Ill-:IH-1' I lull I lm A Ari Vlulv l'Inp,:lisll Major Anm'am'u l'11lilm', GAA Jill' GAA Girls' Stall- 'I'ri-Ili-Y, Sulu-lh-In-1 Major RONALD LEGG CAROLYN LENZ MYRNA LEWELLYN MARILYN LITZ Stull:-nl llmly l'l-vs. llvcl Uruss I'HlllIt'll 'l'l'l'ilS. Illfszart Ulul: liillll- Ulull l'rm-sl Yar. 'l'1-mais f-S! Yrs. 'l'I'i-lll-Y, lin-ll Cross Ill-11. l'0l0nial V0-lills llilvrary l'll1Iv 'l'I'l'IIh lfr. Vlass l'r--s. t'mnm1-ra-ial Club 'l'1'i-Ili-Y, .Ir', l'rn-s. llmmn- ldv. Alajnl' ROBERT LIVINGSTON LYDIA LOPEZ STELLA LOPEZ MARY LOVE Klalll. Alajm' llumf- lflc-, Major' Spanish Clul: llumn' Sqwil-ly limglisll Nlajm' Sm-ial Stullil-s Major l'mmm-rl-ial Major l'ulmlial Un-lflsls l'1nI1-rwl from XVlNK'0llSlll l1llll'!ll'yf'llllI Spanish Nlil-lJl' Hr:-ln-slra. liaml ESTHER LOWERY LINDA LUTZ JUNE MCCLAIN VERA McCOY l'slu-rn-Ill-s Gold Sm-al III-arvx' Safvty and XVvlfarm- Svc. Lamlula Sigma Ulull fll'1'll1'Sll'Il Math. Major S0llKlI'IlCll'I"2 Yrs. HITllII'Ill2IkllILf Majm Girls' liillv Ululv GAA, 'l'ri-Hi-Y Jr., Sr. Plays lillj-1'llSll Major 94 W i ! I i E JOAN MCGINNIS JAMES MACK NORMAN MACK LOUIS MADRIGAL Ilomvniaking Major Xlvvli. llrawiiig Major Slumivnt Uourt Music' Major Sm-izil Slullivs Major .IV Iiasolmll Hi-Y ollim-1-r NVoo4l Shop Major llirls' IA':lf.Z'll0 Print Shop Major Colonist Knights Uzulf-is RITA MARCOUX JEANIE MARQUISE MARTIN DELORES MARTINEZ L:i.liu Ululr liusiuoss Major 'l'rs-as. Home- lflv. Major Sc-iviu-v Major Studi-nt Court 'rvs. Sovial Studios Major 1':lllI'l'l'd from XVIilIIiIl,'L'l0l'I Student' Council Counm-il i DARREL MEADE LUPE MENDEZ DON MERRILL DARRELL MEYER Var. Truck Comnu-rc-izil Major Var, llnskl-tlsall Mgr. Math, Major II Track-3 Yrs. Spanish Major Var. Imsvluill Mgr, liookkm-ping Drafting Major Comnwrcial Club English Major lflnglish Major JEAN MITOBE RICHARD MITOBE DAVID MOODY NAN MORALES '1'r1uisfvrcd from Hawaii Var. Football Math. Major Anoranco Editor-In-Cliicf FFA Var. Basketball Annual Seclion Editor Auto Shop Major Var. Iiasebull Sub-llvhs, Quill N Scroll 95 DONALD MOULDEN JUDITH MOREHEAD GLENDA MUNGERSON BETTY ANN MURPHY Math., I-Iuglisll Major l-lonu-making Colonial U0-lfltls V-Pros, .'Xl10l'1llH'0 t'luh lieliiol Sri:-luvv--2 Yrs. th-nvralSl1op 'Pri-Hi'Y ofliovr-3 Yrs. t'o1umvrt'ial Major, l 1 l'ululiv Spvakinp: Jr., Sr. Plays Quill ami Scroll GARY MYERS JIM MYERS EMIKO NAKAWATASE RITA NAPOLES l':IH2,llSll Major l'llllI'l'l'tl from UUIIIDTOII Hl7lII1'll1ilklllK Major t'omms-rc'ial t'lulr Ml-vh, lh'axx'iup.r Major Sports Holm- lit-. Major llavul Math, I'1llH'llSll Major t'omnu-rm-ial Major FRANK NAVARRO ANNA NOSE MARCIA O'GRADY CHARLES OCHOA Math.. liuulislm Major liilult- Ululu, FHA t'ouuuvrc'ial Major Varsity A ll Ilaslu-tllall t'411vl'niu llomw-makim.: Major liugxlislm Major Satltty anal XYn-lI'arn- llouor Sovivly t'omuu-rf-ial Major liilll- t'lulu Sgt.-at-Arms Slumln-ut t'ouut'il DAVID OLIVOS M1-c-ll, Drawing: Shop Major Var.. li, llasko- 96 LARRY OLIVOS HOWARD OLSEN ELIZABETH OSBORN Math. Major Latin Ululv. Hi-Y t'oIouial t'o-ldtls Illnglislm Major Ilantl, Orc-lufstra Mozart Club XK'oomlsl1o11 Major Idllglish, Math. Major A vappt-lla 1 I CAROLE OWSTON ROBERT LEE OWSTON ROBERT PADILLA KENNETH PALMBERGV Art Uluh Math. Major Yar. Footliall-2 Yrs. Var. Wal:-r I'oIo, 'l'l'IlllIS FHA linglisli Major Var. I-'ootlvall Captain YHl'SiiA' A. ldlllllllllll Si!-fm! Art Major Me-vli. Drawing' Major All Sunsvt Ifootluall l'Ing'IisIi, Math. Major SHIRLEY PANNIER CHARLES PELTZER THERESA PEREZ EARLE PETERSON Girls' Imagm- Pros. Math, Major Library t'luIw Yar. Ya-II I,1':id1-r Gold Sval l:l'2ll'1'l' l'Ing'lisli Major t'ommvrc'ial Major Varsity A t'lulm 'I'ri-Hi-Y otllvvr-3 Yrs. Colonist Knights Hmm- Er. Major Stude-nt Body 'lH'vas. EDNA PRICE JUDY PRIDAY NANCY RAIL RAYMOND RAMOS Uoninu-r4'ial Ululu l':IIf.Z'llSlI Major Tri-Hi-Y Movll. Ilrawimrsli Yrs. t'oninufrt-ial Major Som-ial Studios Major Honor Sovie-ty XVoomI Shop Major ltlnglisli Major l.ilvrary t'luli lisliswvttvs Ilanml Major GARRY RATZLAFF RUTH RAUM MELVIN RAY RICHARD REED Hand III A cappolla Print Shop Major Hand Captain, Trark Ma-vli. llrawinp: Major Girls' Gln-0 I, II Colonist Cluln Stud:-nt Council Y-l'ra Art Ululr Entvrvd from Ilvrkvloy Mozart t'IuIi, Music Ma 97 TOM RILEY ANN RISNER BARBARA RISNER DALE ROBERTS Yar. XYaI1-r I'olo, Golf Majorm-llc---2 Yrs., GAA Honn- Hr. Major, I'l'Z Major Uolonisl Knigghls Colonist Knighis Sola-In-hs X'-l'ro-s. Uornxnm-rm-ial Major A vapp1-lla. l'Im.:'IEsh XI :lox Math., Iinglish Major 'l'ri-Hi-Y Pros. Sovial Studios Major Mo-4-h. llrawinu Major JIM ROBERTS THURMAN ROCK HUBERT RODDAM VIC RUEDY Var. lfooll-:ull MYI' lflmrlish Major Art Vlolv Volonist Knights, II1 X Yar. 'I'r:u-lx, Ilznsf-hall Ilihlf- I'IlIIv Math. Major Mosh- Math. Major 'Yarsily A t'llll- Iloys' film- SI'Il'III'l' Jr. Play, IIl'4'Ill'SII'1I DENNIS RYAN NORMAN SAGARA RAUL SANCHEZ RICHARD SANCHEZ Var. Ilasko-ll-all l'lm.1lish, S1'Il'llC'1' Major XYoo4I Shop Major Sanish Major Yar. liase-hall Annual I'Il0IUj.1'I'2lDIl1'l' Sr. Hand, .IOIIVIHIIISIII XVood Shop Major Math, Major. Varsity A 'l'ransI's-ru-II from Nxcolsior I'hoIog.:'raphy 1' Ifoothall RONALD SANCHEZ PAUL SAVIDGE MARILYN SCHIMMING RAMONA SCHLEY I! Ifoolhall Ilanrl Mozart Ulnlu ,n Stocim-nl Holly Sn-r. Motion l'im-lnro Club Urn-hvstra 'Fri-Hi-Y Gold Sm-al Ih-an-or lioys' G14-o Shop Major Orvlmosira nif' Jr., Sr. All:-ndanl sa Jn, JOHN SCHMI BILL SCHNEIDER SHIRLEY SEEKINS DON SELFRIDGE Math.. ICIIIIIISII . :1tI1, IXIILIUI' Spzmisli Major A m-:xmn-II:u Unionist Knights St'I1'llt'0 Mujnr l'UllllllI'l'C'IllI Mzxjor l'l1ig'IisI1 Illzujckwr IXI2I1'IlIlll' Shop, Ili-Y lluml, 'IR-:mis I-Inglisln, Girls' lmaigwu- Sr. I'llIlIl1'illl0llS BARBARA SIMONTON JOHN SIMPSON GLADYS SLABAUGH GRETA S. SHILSON Ililvli- Ululv. Sub-ln-las Sr. Clams l'rm-s. Sr. lu-plw-sviil:11ix'v lflzigg' 'l'wilI1-r, IVIIA llulml Hi-:nl ll:-:uri-r Yzur, 'l'o-mils GAA, VHA IIlilllllll'I'l'I2lI Major GAA, 'l'ri-lli-Y Jr., Sr. l'lz1y, Honor Suvivly llmm- lic. Mnjur llmm-inuking' Nlnjm JANICE PULLMAN SNOW MARIE SOLIS HELEN SOUTH KEVIN STANTON Xlxnjm-will--Cl Yrs. lllnglisll Major Art l'lulv, Ari Mujor liuml, fIl'l'Ill'SIl'2l, S1 lllx :Xllllll1lI, :XIllll'1lllt'USIIlI'I' GAA, I-'IIA I'Z11p:lisli Illujur Uulnnisl Knights .lr, X'-I'rn-s., .Ir. l'I:1y llnmv lflr. Illujm' Snriul Sluwlim-s Illujnr Snpli. Class 'l'rm-us. EDDIE STARNES MARTY STEDMAN V LUELLA STEPHENSON JIM STERBA Stiulvut Affalirs Sm-ma Hilnlq- Uluh, Girls' Glvo 'I'I'2lllSI't'l' from lXl.l'.H.S. Nluth. Major Yzlr. Ya-ll lla-zulvr Umxuxu-l'm'i:ll Club Girls' In-:ugilv Yann. .IV lfootlmll .Ir., Sr. Plays l'sl1n-lv-Ito Ululw Varsity A sniiruns... j STEVE STEWART MARLENE STEWART DEAN STOKES JOAN STRACHAN Malh., Svivxnw- Major Gold Sval llvarvr Studs-nl llolly Y-Pr:-s. 'I'ri-Hi-Y l.:llip1'lI:ipIv Major .lr., Sr. Plays .lr. Class Prf-s, llanil llonor Soc-i1-ly Sub-IJ:-bs, A vappvlla Var. Football, 'IR-nnis 'l'ransf4-rs-al from Oranpxn- in 4? -.x 2 Q -:'.-i 4 - L.. i f 5 QP gk DELOS SUMMERS DON SWITZLER TED TALAMANTEZ SALLY TAYLOR x'!ll',, C SNVilllIlllllll' Var. l4'00t'ball Football l-English, Spanish Major lllnglish Major Var. 'l'ram'kv3 Yrs. XVoodshop Major 'Fri-Hi-Y Club X'-l're-s. l'0l011lSl Kill!-Yllts Math., l'ln1.flish Major Military Se-rivv GAA, Colonist Co-lids .K .. .ka in in T ,... . 1 ,.,. ...., L 'F A A 1 JOYCE THOMAS DONALD TOTTEN ED TROTTER KAY TURNER l.ilvrary Club Auto Shop Var., I! lfoollvall GAA Pre-s. Homo- I-Iv. Major XVoo1l Shop Ilasl-ball .lr. Class 'l'r1-as. 'Gill-'QliSll Major Sovial Slnllivs Major Varsity A Club Girls' Athlvtivs S1-v. DORIS UNGRATH LOIS VALENTINE ROBERTA VAN DE WARKER ALBERT VAN KLAVEREN ldnprlish Major Future Nursvs Tr:-as. Home Eu. Major Colonist Knights Hmm- Er. Major English Major Bible Club Commercial Club Hibh- Club, Riding Club Orchm-slra Annual AfiY'4'I'liSl'Hlt'IltS String Pins:-xnbli-, Orr-h. 100 JESS VILLA JON REED WAGNER Air. Major Mn-rh. llrawinyg Major Anlo Shop VIVA, Var. 'I'l'ark Colonist lllllli S RICHARD WAGONER Xlavliinv Shop Military SK'll'Il1't' Var. Swinnning' Var. XX'atrl' 1'olo GENE WALDO Iiiilw- 'IW-ani l'apt'ain-12 Yr t'afln-I Captain lianilala Siprina BILL WALKER BRUCE WALLIN SHARLENE WARREN WESTON WARWICK Math, Major, Hi-Y Art Major liatin Clnlo Math., l'ln1.flisl1 Major Var. 'l'r:n-It--3 Yrs. Annual Art litlitor Fntnrv Nnrsvs t'lnI+ Sr. llantl Stndvnt llomly otliw-r 1' Ifootliall Lazy A Iiiclinp.: t'lnI1 Var. 'IH-anis ALICE WEAVER CLINTON WELLS I+lnp:l'sli Nlajor Var. lfontluall, llasn-lvall 'l'ri-Ili-Y, GAA l'lng.:'lisli Major Nulv-lh-lvs, Art tlnlu Xarsny A JUDY BELLE WICKER Mozcart Ulnlv St-1-. Sllln-lit-lxs S4-t'. A raopt-ll:i Ulioir MARILYN WINFREY DOLORES WOLLENMAN Art' Major Sony: I.m-:nlvr Sal:-Dt-hs Anoranco Feature Editor Anorant-o Ft-atnrv Editor Sub-Dt-In Puls, L W RIGH T Sci:-nov -Pros., Bearer ool'I sa ll VAL WIETHORN Svtntll-nt Uonnvil l'rt-s. X'll' I"wt-I-'ill l"wkn-llrill MAY YOUNG Polonia! U0-Ed Historian Rod Cross Council Pres. FBLA V-Pros. 101 snnrnns... MARY ZUMWALT VICTOR ZUNIGA HELEN ZUNIGA LILLIAN ZAZUTA Bible Club English Major, Art Club Spanish, Commercial Major Art Club Art Club Mvch. Drawing Major Girls' League Sr. Rep. Futurv Nurses Club Art Major Student Council GAA Hockey Mgr. Transfvred from Delano KEITH MILLS Transfered from Colorado Senior Assembly '. A cappella Con? 'vom 100432 gy Jos AcosTA Howzxno GAREY ART MonAn.Es ,I Ov ' . ' A 'O DICK CONTRERA , J QK JuvlENEz CAR L CKENTHXER 1 O., - OJN1-1 ' ONA1A' , own, ,auhb MELVIN FURR , ao KELLY , T ossnr -4104, jvwl 'jg JL 9'Y'N-. GE ATOgK 'ZR' J M Sv- lj ij- ' 0'vYVV u -In Q-f L ' 1 GQ o., 2' ,ur go Q- WU Q I fhJ'VU"'f mb A., www CLASS UP '54 . . . CHESTER SHIRK Class Advisor v -n.a-1'3" Q' .' YQ K -J. . Az: .gut . K , , t. , s ks h 'Z' , ' Q tiki tj, f QLeft to Rightj John Brooks-president, Mary Lou Case- beer-secretary, and Mike Troop-vice-president. The junior class, under leadership of John Brooks and his olhcers, have had many activities to their credit , . . the sponsoring of the biggest sport dance in many years . . . the humorous and talented junior assem- bly . . . the junior play, "Down to Earth' '... the beautiful junior- senior prom held this year on the AU campus. Class colors of sea foam green and white will be carried onward with them as the future seniors of '5-1. 103 I U . .V L. , I II I RWHAFD ACTON as - ii DARLENE AMES I n 1.-I Jr I. 1 THOMAS BERL- DELORES BOURESYOM I I K IN-. Ii- Q I I V I QQ I Boa BURKE I I I I, Q :- I 'If , I CLIFFORD CLARK 6- ,I I 'I IL mu. cou.vln IO4 NIURS... Ir ' 5 C OELWIA ACOSTA Sw. WTI lI,t JERALD ARD fb A .N Iif,IY'S N wif A I I BOB BOVEE A v ,P. FRANK BUSALD Q EI ,I LEONARD CLARK - A JEAN CORDIER :,w Its' 4 , 1.35 2 2 km II ai LARRY ACOSTA I I I A 4' 'Rf I 3. I I SUSAN ARNOLD I I ,S ,I 'I I llllllllllill HEHMAN BEUNELINCK , Q1 I DALLAS BOWEN ROBERT WADA w ANOV CLAY 'sa zu I" 'N RONNIE CONTRERAS I y I I ' , fc-x. ' V . .im I .. It I ' Q I , :,Q wi, I il Y. any-In , zf eggs' II' ' fiqlrfif 'I ROSEMARIE EUGENE ACOSTA ADAMS I I I I I I I . 'al -1 , I ,4Y fxx I I mf I . ' g L 1- 2 . I I' ,W I . I' ROBERT PATTY AUSTIN BALDERHAUSEN X J' K If Q ff ' I3 WW I I I I I QQ Ida Sinai NOLAN LINNETTE BLACKMAN BLANICHARD Im 2 I gn-I ,, if-A I ., , W . ,I w4,,, , ' Is I g I ' ,, I? I P3 I II I Hi: II RON CLARENCE BROWNE BROWNS I I I I I I . V I I 1-I 1 5' .T-J I KG ' .r I 'I QI , RACHEL NORMA CADWALADER CAFFEE ,,-, fr- .. 'I 7, W :N I th ' r '7 Y I .I I is ' LELAND nuonss CLAVTON COBURN I I , I 'I I N 3' . ww I I I i I IM svI.vIA .mcx CUNTRERAS CHOSSCN Ann I A. I -f 'I I K' 4 I I. HAROLD ALEXANDER 1 Was. ,,,x , .fl ly? I NOK SANFORD sw I A - I I I VEVAH BODKINS I ., K I " A 2 I. Her: F' .I Q ' r ' K If I fznff- I- .I N If XIII? I. JW' I-.u-, CHARLES WEBB I I I I , In me E A w iw .m I?:'2II"I DAVID CALLAHAN MABEL ANN I COBURN I I I I 'X If I ESTHIR CRUZ I Q1 II IN' , . , 'Y I I I ANN ALLEN L I ff. , , I U j.'x I-I I , II- KIM BANCROFT . I . I I I CAROLVN BONNER - 1? ii sHIm.Ev sauces I I MARY LOU CASEBEER I I Q I Q MARY CONE Q . 'v ' I CHUCK CUTIHALL -s ggi' I r ,IAII GARY ALLKN I N FQ I I NANCY BARTHELMII L Piqua' I Q.. I I JERRY BOREN F2 - ' w v 1 xv. I AN I, ah . .U JOHN :moons I I I 3 s. I I I. IILLA CHIRRY 4 -g MIRIAM CONGDON I I I I I I V4 3. I A I .1 ,A I ' V I I . . If I I I I I ' HAIMIT DAVIDION I 1? . fi" 'as K X. -' f I I I :I f I LEONA DGBRUVN 1 , F KAY DIERST - Q, 3 MARTHA ESCALEFIA I I 5 I I I U CAROL FU LTS N JANET GALUSHA A al I AUDRENE GODWIN -K Q4 T' RUTH HAMIC 2 '. f-7 exnsuu as .mann . I Q I K N. I I -1- ' Ifwjf . ' ' , I X . x .f If. DAVID UOLLER 1: Q ' Q-1 xi' I 5 ' I If X- I - I CATALINA sscmzsczm I I I I n li: :Lmone rucus I . I K . I mans GARCIA ' I I . , I I . I I I I DOROTHY coswsm. ,f3' I -49 5 I MARY ANNE HAM MATT I I I R913 ' I I I ,II I I J EUGENE OENNEY I I I . S , gf I I I BOBBIE DOWNS I -I J .7 I Ri I I I I JOHNNY ELIHANKS I Q I fvng, I ,I I I LOU ANN FUKUDA I jf I ALBERT GASTELUM A 3. I A' '- I I 1, RUTH GRIGGS :tl K-I II, , REESE WORDEN I I 7 - I III , , ,W W , ' I I vmcs ozvsmsv I I I "V, W I N., gs, 'w 4 it .I I 1 x I Xi I GARY OLNCAN .5 1 I , -I . A vw .IIS 'I QI! R I l 'IS'-'MI aa,IaY'0 I I .5 4.4 I..-'I JOHN Hessen. I I . 15, I I . I I . , I PATTY .Io FRY I Cx - I E-.7 I I S311 I .I I, ,sm Six., J ESSE: RONALD GAYLER I '91 W I I ' I 1 I I I ,,,.. I DIANE GRUENEMAY 0 -g I I 5, gm. I M am, I -'W I II EDWIN HASKILL f E' ,- "4--Iv - 1 IGM?-'4i4QfQv. . , H- , MQ 4 EXIT? fqnfwfii '. II-III I I BILL DICKENSUN -I 'T L I. . - ,Q i , K IM,If1:QiI JERRY DURAN I I I I BOBBIE FENNEL I I I -. .. , , I MARLENE funn ,iv-am .I I it T I I MIKE GERBER I F ' 'EP I ., I I if I REVNETTE WALLACE I ' , v. Q-,I I I LUIS HASKINS 'Q L ,....l.:.'1 BETTY onenszncin MARV DIXON 2 ue.. TW' if CAROLINE FECHYER I I I V'. ,Cf I I ILM I I ,ss I dsx . I If I JERRY FISCHBECK 'Q 1 I ANTOINETTE GIAFIDINO QL -., H I CAROL HADERLIE I, Q 9 . iz? I I -.' IIT JEROLD HAWKINS I II . H' . 4 V :- ' a W -L Af P V I , If , , U.: I A fi - , ROBERT JACK DIIRBBRGER DIERIIRCIR c S Q, Q. rj' ,Alfa if UK sw, 4' S S I g In . I . wif' III ssvsngv Jznnv sNcsI.sMIm ENLOI I I I I v , I Q. , I cv I ' kv, I I I I I cAnoI.vw suv ruscus Funnix 3 I dr.:-I R- 3 my 1 '-.,, I ' I ,A X vvorms 1-um ru-rz BAA ,I . 1+ a N' l 1-' I VE- , 4 I Jsnnv KATHLIIN GILLETT 'RSI I ' .. I L. III I 'L' I ,sf I ' V Rf If III! I I A . PAT LLOYD HAI.vonsEN HAMILTON l W',XQK'l'fll-'SvW"f'B'-I iw- I x ' I I ' N- I . ' fa' f 9+ I I I I - 7 - " ' 3 I 'Pf ,' - IIIII III' ' I' Il II LINDA wtrrsnn Hiqxll . " 105 JU MARILYN NIMPIHALI.. I I - I is I 1 I I .IR I ' 'I. TI' MAIIIANNI HOUSTON I I I LYDIA JAHR O IIA hai ANN KARHAKER 5 1 Va, E' SHIILIY KLAMM Q' , - x. 'uf' RICHARD LAROUCHI Y pd In - enum Io V I.oIvu 106 IIIURS... I I I we fl I BARBARA HEMSLEY I I '2 e I JL' I 1' b I I .I .7 DOHENE HOWE I ,A I I I--1 -- I 1-1' I men Jepson I I ' I 'e I I I aossv KINOSHITA I MP' ' I .. .. C ' I I SYLVIA SCHMITT 1' I 6822- ,tv 'WW X BILL LATTIN 8 bb XI PIISCILLA LOPIZ QI I I va ROY HICKS .vm fs MARY LOU HOXIE CC V RICHARD .IIMENE1 X I I , KATHLEEN KENT Ati .Q w N, I CRAIG KDBLITZ I Av" I A15 DON LEIGH wy- I I ROSE LOPEI I L1 I ALICE HIGGINS vw, wb an 1' BOBBIE HUDSON 1 c L If BILL JOHNSON -. If -WI' .- .LiL I 3-Q., vosmxo KINOSHITA X N I . I I PEGGY KOHLENBERGER ,fa QI 5, ' K . . 59 - I ., I . ., 'b2',w,.l JIM LEPPEFI . I I RQ ,I 4 , I I fl . ROBERT. LOUSTAU I I I ' Q. In I MARY LEE HOLIDAY -.L I 'za I I I WILLA WHITNEY I I - .., ., I .. I I W" ' .Q 2 ALBERT JONES I I ,M I TREAT KINGSLEV I VV. QC, RONALD KORN I ,,. I., Ig QI ., f ':" 1 sf JOHN LIN JI 'I W' iizgfi . LEONARD MANG ff I I ... .8 X. I . , J , , lx 'J' V' fn' ,gl I A. I f"'+ S faxfll 32x5Y"'1zf IW FLOVD HOLLAND I I I Q' I I -I- I I we SHIRLEY WILLIAMS I I I I f, I I I f " I AVIS Joncswsow I I I , I Q 5 , rn-IvI.I.Is KIIICHMAN I I I -1 ... Q ... I I MARILYN KOONTZ xx ,s Ax I X, s,-.M Umosaoom 5 'W , 'ff II, f I , CHARLES MARTIN I -. DORIS HOLVE I, A I 5 LINDEN HUSHMAN I I I - fv- I 4, I , 'gy A , 7 ' I . I I I III MARIANNE JOY I I I I , . I I ,ff If--III! .. CAROL KIRK I I . 4- I :I M I I I. 'f::, I. I ' 5355555-I '51-f'E::IE5?EEiIl9'i DALE KOSS I ' I I I I 'fig I I ff' , I , I.- I I I I I A DUANE LINDGREN I ,. I I X1 ' N . i WAVDE MARTIN I . s I ERNEST HOOBLER QR' DON ISBELL A. ss. DUANE JUSTICE Y .--I ,I I VIDA LOWNEV J MARY LAMBETH I I I I I .. , IIQIQ ,Q 56 .1 NOFIENE LOETTERLE sv .-- -.I JOHN MARY x F' . I . V . ' AN 4 x 3 xdmvhi M, , I x- f H .- I J' I f I f 5, UUANE ALEXANDRA GARY BEN NIASTEFISON MATOUK MATYOON MATTUX .I x I 'I I . In ' I' ' I f , kv ' ' I . . I v X' If . I ,4 ! yn 5 1 I I . 'WU f AE Q Im 5 I I ?5X1'i'II7'7"lb-. I UNA PAT EUGENE JIM McDONALD MLGIJIRE MCLAUGHLIN MCLAUGHLIN I I I I T - sn- 1 A ig , Nas, 'v il f l :N y R :L h Y? !,,1 N I'1 I ,I I ff .I ,-5 6-fx ,,- it I' 4 I "'huL.I,z Luovn MARIE JIM FRANK MITcHeLL MITCHELL Moons Monauo I I . I ,M in 4.. 1 4.q. ' ' G- -'-, - ., . QQ. ' I I t I I I 5I svsnevr csoncs Joe snnnnsv NeeLv NELLESEN NEUMAN NEUMAN . I I I ' SI sa ' " - A A I v - I V9 ...I , In M ,I 1 1 , 'U, .A I v'9 MfI' I '. Q f,- . 3 If 'W ,g I ' , J y II GLORIA PHIL VIRGINIA GRAFTON OLVERA OTTE OTYE PAULS I af ': : I? V ' -- - ' I- . , I Q1 .1 ' S -' ikikf , 5 - 1. f C C If I , J ..,I,- ,LIQ Q. 6, , . I QPf'X ig ,tar f NJ f u r 4 x f I I 1 1I'?J 1'?'4 JACK ROGER COLLEEN DEAN PICKARD PINKASTAFF' PHILLIPS PHILPUTT A I .I I I , IA ' I I x. ' I 513 F3 Q , , xx- I I,N , W L Q.. I --I' IL, I J' iff XQQNJ ' , I I I - An r , 'I' , I 0 I , 'II I lon RITA woman DOUGLAS Pucxnfv nAmssv nANlv RAPP I I I I ' I I I JOAN NAUERHAN I I I . .I I I -' ff A ,Q Il II' W , .Q Mai JIM NICILVVAIN I I I I I I JUNE MUHAQKA I I I ez an I L4 I XVN, t ,I Q I I iff GERALNNE NICOLAZIO ?!'Q I r- ' I 'V ., I I 6' I . JIM PEARSON I NANCY PLAGTED T5 E1 DONNA REAFSNYDIR I I '51 61' ' f ty ' f K I HI 'K . v I I JOHN NICBRIDE ED MENDEZ . I I I I I I I , BETTY JANE MURRAY If , .,xx I Q 1 I ,- I I ROSEMARY oosnMATT rj-I 9555, Vr Q Q I NIE, hs ,, Q , I I ,VI I A ,I AARON PERALTA I I I I I -CAROLYN POYET I I I 1 if I QW I I'M' , lg ILM MARDEL REEVES 7 ' . 0 MAFILENE NICCAUL 5: Q 1 f " LUCY MILLER 252' I CI' Z Ig .1 L WAYNE MURRAY .'Yx VERNONA OILKKIS as IZ? ,A JOAN PERRY " 'F .- I .wr , N ' x J . I I 4- CHARLES PRENTWE faq, 1 I giiffi ADEUNI RIVILII 7 I II .I If- DONALD MCCUISTION ,' .2 N. Q -r v MIRANDA mr- I K I 5, 5 NE I.n.uAN , Nunn f . ,f I I I I IUII I 'V UHAgAH Q In ,...M,.,,,,,,',, ' I I , I Q I I I ' If JUANlTE,- wAsI-Ilwm-' Immg. 107 UIIIUIIS... zgq. ' I I I I I 18 'F I ggy " I ' V' I 'I 'f - ' 1' I I I ,'g, . ff: I I I I JW' . I I x I IAII . , I I' ff - I I , I I I I, 'fa RAMQNA mums gil Mali' LSSEJLA ROODAM ROMEPO . ' I I I I , . I I I I I ' ' .. 'lg 9' I I, "' 'F ' I A 3 I ' ' I , . I wp- ffajf ' 'W , I In I M., 0:4 'I ' I QA I fx I I' 'I I was 94 I I I I' ,ff 'F' I dh NALD cAnoL noNAn.o ' DAN CARI-ENE :susan nu-neue: SABC SALAETS IsAMr-'ono I . I I I ' ' I I I ' I , S - : A l ' uf . I'-I - I ,. - if 1-- I I L' J I W' I "' I , . . I , .. II III I I II I I I J I - 'I ' I , '4'1.,I,' ' .' ,, ' I I 3 up g - , 4- I I' , ,- W j: I If-Ig 'II-31 I., 1' I'I"i' I IPI " M NWS ' I I .I 1' .'f RI. II I'I5- Iijj , I . A I L AN CHARLVN veggie SSSQSIYQT 530-IIRFER Vjgiw-:N SCHMID . I I I I I f x' ' 'Tv 1. ' : ,I In 'tx ' I X A . W , I M I , , . , , , I I I I IM' I , I I ,I I I I I KW , - , ' K f .wry I NAI I mvu runosm noszrw CAROL Salwar? :muon snmom SHOWALYER SLOMAN I I I I I . I I I .. - Q? I , I II I I .L I I ' 'I fl? I I I I I 'f 1 I, I T I JUDY BOB M-C4 ' MQEIGLQI STANLEY srsasms STEELMAN I I I I I I ,- , I za Q, 1 I, I. . I I aw ,., I. ' Q f I 2 V' -iff? I Q' , ' If I I .- ,I,-'f- I- . 1 4fFIpI5jIIII'a ".'3",m' I I A x ' nv ramen mu. SUZANNE Joan ff Infrgnn. svounn SULLIVAN suMuIA swmv I' ' I Ir I I I s I ,Q I ' I 7? gp I - .1 1. , I I ., -ev . .. " ' 3. I . I , , I I I M I 4 ,I , FII , I - I-I I ' . I c0lmm.IA mcx ovHzI.IA I 1"-IiI'j'1..4rx TIKKIH 'roussuu 'rovAR I I ,,.,. I . If If 103 I -I I -W - I ' ' I I I ALBERT RONNEBERG I :W eu I I fuk IN I DON SANDERSFELD Q4 W I Q4 I Qfl I I I I I HIL.. SCHNIITT I . I In. I w. PAUL SNIITH ' . W , II ' NI PEGGV STERBA w' :HM I ,I r fl 1 DAVID TARAVELLA I Ie: :: . III I , A' 1 -Y' "WI Ni 'Il ,I . ty 'Lf ?..'I'wN4 in RAY TREKCE I I I I IPX ' 'Q . I II: ' ' I I I nonms WILMA noseasnnv Rossasmnv I I I I X ' I I I I . 1 I PAT JULIA SANTI SAUCEDO . Ti 5. 4 w" Q .- x.. ' , 0, I. KARIN MARIANNE 5 gam- wAI.xEn S ' I I Ir I - - Ie' ' I I I . MARGIE QQQQQQQ sour:-IFIELD 'S 1 '3 9 .S -I L zu I I I I. I - I :I , If IM N 'I' M In ,I I DOROYHY ARCHIE STEINBRINK STODART I I I I 9 Q 9 'F' I - I' I . I N, ' .- . :I WN 'pw . . I F u ' I0 - fftultsaagf Ann-sun BILL 'rAnoIE THOMAS I - - I 0 II 1, . f., 'J J I ' 211' ov KK! A X25- . bg'-A11 PI I - 4171 fun . - qv, I . I A,h, I--QI MICHAEL KEN - TROOP VANDYKI -- 5.--"'W?Wg. -Mffm A ??wfl'm: magma 'For 1.1 new Gm-Qc l-vf'2 ..T..hQ113 mc, QUQSS. f3gnYuoo.71 gnc. rnfgldli ll fact that adm- cops. I almost -Sfof-Qotr YY70-Y be, iII'OL loctler 6'f.G.f"lZ 'this lntlne QOYWVCV7' tional wo. . So :ws soy-' . , Daqf Gully, . '-l"l'le. tlm: has come ho.sr'2'l7 Lt? 'fes- . l K l ll f"tL5Y2Q'lClYl o.-Pier 'the VVTQYIYJ years use-'ve l0Cfi"7 Qlo-gg, -Y-'r'Ier'1dS 0-t l-.0Qvr'o.. Qfld AUHS f we gnc'-9 ape- chooslna d.l?feren'l: its roads Ol? l'lTC-QQQYJ On" rv-.qkzlnq rnial-olces -P1dPc .7100 can Peo-OL 'tlf'-1S.lYfJU ' soon QJQLKZE. hrnr'-J." 1.4-'l'-lfw doagcns cl: lol'llC'. "Jolfh"as' Ys,.Y,f5Q,.f2Q are-and the nm:-ae. Qionfwo., pvfrij And S211 win pro-oo.olf cmd. up. as an olci fYzc.IoL school teacher. LeT.'s noi 'tl'NYJlQ o.loe,u'l: that- Carvt Ni OU gust see rfre neun, o. SUQQQSSGP 'bo Mrs. C.avQfkQY'? -for-r-gr-SI ualdofh orrr III SO-YIYTQ? iflol r-O:f,V1er- okfe. Plr-5-in '51 Slfzoulol Sfnl: 55 lqug, l-ley, friend, you are 3OlY'5Sl:G charlie rung LX? I go Quay to school. OsfEO'lI YOU? Pit le.c.:'f:u-9: Joonkf: lose 'brook QC each other if L1-UQ my-HQ.3'I.. nope you vol ll have 'ki-me 1-O, QOYLA - You kncvdcuhais-YQQ 5, annual. Ylom olldnfl: cxpprovejgdi- :guna -XS txpedf he-r'l:'o. 'I. thought H: LQQS v-QQ f Sweei DQ 'leo be soy IPL. T. 'lihlnlz Ygu kno I how 1-:.fe pt. ff. ou-n glad at came Qui 'EN-'ze LA I it did Qs :'n'13or'C 'tnoqsb 1- ' Q' l d er .garuall Q xx, Conqerned. 'WYMJQY Q00 lvcl-I with opem. IO fn. 1 'A . nngd hope we' can hav' ' -- 1 other 'N-Cbllg fomeilme lake. the one ,sg had LQ gm, AAG-2 loo'l7l'l l"Yl'6'-f'e.S'l-In and L' - fy ' It , Q QU sqhfenl ,j Yau leqpn .ofa Ol: tlmngs Srr-0,-n Q, q-uni Hhgth ci -llms 'W ZS the l-lme. Q15 Say g-Ajhqt Q0 lfzrmfiggj :ij 'Ve-el. YOUQQQ one O-X1 -eh: ni qnOLYSw,eeiQ.:4: fasrfg have. ever nog,,.5n.3inQ h 1 have ?oonol 3 -l-roe. -Cr-fend. ini' mai? nk':jt::QY5', ' ' ."" Quit l'Yj0,,1 Your- -Tulare. lee lslfue bfzst pg,-Sfmt Hiott A- s. - . ' SEV: CQUli YYILLLC 'J. 865 . kfgzs u' FQ's::..'f-sit 1 J' Li V4, . lx X-mtg' w Vmffw Q B 51, fmwfww, fW WMfWZ WWWQQQQ' W woff ,fd QM QQ ..- i CLASS MASON H EN RY Flass Advisor lil Q 1 1" t l .tr K4 ' , . N' i Misa . 'Q R "" 5' X ' pn Y W5i"""'N'W5'i'W5e - .,.,,, r ,fr- dlwb 34'-5' QTQSP fLeft to Rlghtb Joel Habener-president, Jan Critchfield-treasurer, Bar- bara Mauerhan-secretary, John Dobkins-vice-president. Placing themselves high in leadership this year was the class of '55. Colors of maroon and gray guided them in numerous activities. The sophomores sponsored the traditional freshmen and sophomore party, ushered at graduation, and served at the junior - senior prom. 111 SUPIIUMURES... I 6 IOUIV AIIOTT '4. Q. IIVIILY AUCLAIR -., 1' 9 I MARILYN IAUMAN I J. I -K wa. , M I RICHARD IIILIFILU n I IN I I I I , 'I I IILL IOLTZ S EILEIN IRUHNS Iu- .V I, I.-.F Q47 I N- x DAlLaNl CAROT Ill 2 ARMEDA AGUILAR :C I+, Si 'II ANITA AVALOS Q-I M, -' I' if III I :ig TEX BAXTER 9 Gy. MINNII BIGGIHS 71:1 -'YJ .f-.':- X . ..'.',,.". BOB HONEY K".v I fm ,A AL, JOHN BULTENA I .4'IIg'K! f I SI IDMOND CARRANZA ,Q I .. I bw- I W--If I I' , I . CHNSWNE AGUIRRE 3, . JUDV BACKE I I .E..I, Iliff I I .ff I frat Je - I MIKE BEACH I I I I I 291, I I ax f A.m.x, , 2. nl .-.fa 'WA sos WRCHER 4, GARY BONNER I I I Ig I I I 4 I , Aww if'II','ff"9'!' I4 ROMEO BRAUMA5 , , Is Q I III Q IQ! ROBERT CARTER GERRV ALLEMAN MI., 0. Q' , Q1 ' if BETTE BAKER II I I' is LT: 4 DON BEBERIA I 'cs A 3:11 W "fix , Y I nv 'gm We MI' RWHARD BLOCK I I ' FL I Ig, I H,-I 1 .,1 I 5 . M5 I III ,I II I I 'Ir RUSEMARV BOTTS 'arm HELEN CABRAL IE FII' 5? I I I SALVADOR CASILLAS I ' I .a '. X45 I "' " , ,W I 3 , xi I I I PH CHARLEN PAMELA itterw Agvav ANDERSON I . I . , I 5 Q 2 L : A I' I . i- : ' I fv- ,I I I ,. I . J I NRM: I i I . I 4 I I I I H GOLDIE SHARON GAPV BARCHENGEFI BARNARD BARNETT I , ' 4 I I I - ," In I If 5 RTW! I I l If 'IN I J I I f I I I jj EFIROL SHARON B!IlIFggg'P!I2A BENNETT BERGESON I I I I ,Q I - ' ' I I 'Y , I A I I "" lf' I I BARBARA TONY MBIIJFSZIA BOEGE souonouuz . I I I I I I- , I I I I I - I I , I H ,M I I I, .,.. , I, , "df " . -' :ww I A 5 In I - IDI A If o 'v - KAREN KENNETH swmsv BRAND anmwwom BF1I5BlN I , I I 1 I, : " I , . ' I v ... I ,f..... - gl, I. I I , 7 .. M I J Y- .I- I .X I , .III Iv If fn' I pg TRINIDAD KAY CAN1rl2S CANALES CAPON I I I I . v I I.. -. M: A . ff- I I I W E I I :PQIIIQ I I fi-221 7-I,'Y'I'Q ffhzcrjrr.-.:,':1':':,.1 I ff-r"'-ff ' --ma., AFIOLINE DOLORES JEAN SASHMAN CASTELLANI CHANDLER I I 21' x.. ROGER ANDERSON as ,I '11 X EVELVN BARRENTINE JEANEITE BETYINGER C JOYCE BOKELMAN Iii'-:I I ,. 'DI' .24 ,fre DANNY BROWN!-'IELD CHARLES CARMELO K Ie .I 'I JAVNE CHAPMAN FII lcl I BARBARA CHMIEL II. . -I S' W2 GERRV CONK I- 'QI XO? MARIE ANN DARGATZ I I I I RUDV DUANTE I I I I I -- Y I I , I fi "- -::555...'5'HI'-55v"gg3:gg' ..:::::I::EE:iIIZg RAY ESCAFIZEGA X ' on .' I. , ! I II If, BILL FULLER Q - I II I III nv: I oumauvo L I I I I I I w , .4 .., I Qi- :Lf I . ff' I I . I I .5 I- YI 5 I I ' . I . LOIS RONALD cuusssm cI.oor I I I I I I I I DIANE ART coows corwnenns I I I I ' X I -Q -6' S1 , I I Q .Lf N Q I ss. -ha I ' ..x,:. 5 L , SHERRVL WILLAFID Invun ownnsou I I I I 'ra : I fc' I , I I S I I I I I .IAcI4Is aennv DUKE ounms I I I I I I Y I K! S -.gi I I iw-gb I 'I38..-III z. I ooru MORRIS :wma-r rznausorv I I I A L I I Y Ky' IOE SHIRLEY! r-'oar FRANCE In I 1: II A- - - SK -' 1:-, N as ' I Jew K I 1 I I I mm ' ' I Lznov sonmz cuazv ommsou 2 . I ,Q I I I I Ee I . KAY COKER 1- I KATHLEEN CORDES K... :QI K1 .. it' I, g, I . - s , I I I I, I I nom DAWSON I I . I SI, I I II., : . I5 Qi coRNzI.IA DVKSTRA xg, .. if? I hi I Flu, mAnvANN rennzu. I vw ,I I BILL FRENCH I I I QI U . I PETER GAREY E., SI? XV uI'I JERRY COLLIER ': I I I I . I EHR , fi V 1'. Y-IX LEWIS COFFZEIA . K 6 IQ14. I 'Iv' I CAROL JEAN DEWITT I I , . I I K. I ' U . I I I BUNNIE ELLSWORTH I 1 i I.. gg - ' I -If I 1 ' X S' P .N 'Qi T ,I III., I JACKSON FINCK I I I ,I I. , N 1 Xa I NORMAN FRISBV M..-I.,. I I IX ' .. ,Q I 1 I I I I I I SHIRLEY GAYLER ' .F Am.-l in Q I I , I .. I N 1 . I-fhfwfzfg. Pffzg' "WW A L II' .I I I MIKE COLLINS ml' 1 ,Iv ' I SI.: f' ::, DOUGLAS CRAWFORD 1 -es sr- Q' JOHN DOBKINS I I S. I I I S I I I asonou EMMERSON Ia- I WX I I as if I wx IIIHI I I A ' I FRED FISCHLE I . I '- ,, I 5 I MABEL QAGE I I l xi , ft, I 1 I I SYLVIA GAYLER I x' I .a. 5 1 I 1 ' :nav comes JAN cm-rcnFxeI.o I I , 'V' . I L. I I Ig: I L, ,I I- ' I N I I , JIM DONOVAN I I I M, . A , 'I I 4 Q ff Q ri 3' fly BL sII..L INSMINGER I I "ff E1 V noxAnNA FISCHLI I I Iv! Mencv GALINDO , is fr i ,W C uma: ceases I I I II TVLIR CONE A I I II: I i BEN CURTIS fs 56' FRAN Ig DORRE? I Q I , I I A i ' E I 1 I I Ist Ii I JDHN I I SCA RZIGA .T I I I Qi I -D' . I i XS I I I I DORSTHY FLU GOI H, bi. 55-' :I LINDA GALLOWAV I D I I -HL- XSS'- I Q-- "tn I I JIANNI GILLITT ' ' 113 SUP HUMURES... I I I G I . ' I 2:21, ' 1212511 , , I 12222, L I V, I . U-- , ,,, cnxnmz Jo: eorr ooNzALss I I I I .4 ' ' ., . ,. LF-iv ' I . I I I I " I fi L- 1 -I I I'-X, M T I 5 J -I-M I .LI ...I PAUL ROBERT onovun cuss I I A '5 f I "lf 4 1 I , V' 'I I I I I -1 I I L I , it wmv un om: MILD HEFFIRN I I I I I ' I lr 4-V I , ' I. I 5. X, ,V I I ' A ,,"j, , x I ' I I I I I,' . II I WILLAHD RICHARD HINRV HIRNANN M....,,U,.1 I I I I -:I I I K, .HI ' 19? . I ', pf I ci I I I I it non . rnancts nowAno nowAno Q I I I ,I I f -1 3 -5 I ' I olonon zoom :Acumen :Ann I I I 'iv' I ,1 I Iwi :I I 'I F I I 1. ', III r Us I ' llkh rnvv ' mam L IKINGILIY 114 I I I . I 'V I I r 1 I I I 'Ii LUPE OONZALES ' II , aw ?kAf. I 1.i." I . I I If I I In A ug? ,.,I Ion HABNER I I I I ' I A 6 Iv ' IQ? ' ,. IZI1.,I I 4 T .I I I. GARY HAGEN I I I ' ku I EUGENE HILL I I S I .Sn I , v I IIVERLV HOWERV N I I I 3' -- I . I , I , ' I I Fl 4 . ' 'K Nsii' um. JAMESON 2 'I Nfix lvobv KNOX L , nv ' A- W. I 5' 'A 2 R I K I E GONZALES I I wr- I Q I .A , I If I .l..r.,-,.....4...I WALLY HAHNE I I Q 5-N7 I 212- X I Lzsw-an Hzmzcxe I I 0- I I I 'I I sos HINE5 I , I . . ' . QI I J .,.. I -zg ,Q . ,bbbzvr ,I.. . V 4 ff' ,. If ...,- g,I',5,.: , oussnv nurrmnu I 11. I T' I .5 I X I I I ,FL I Rosem- Jensen 5, X M In-H I I 'I Dunn KOEGIL I I I I I I I I I I I l I .4 g I 01' ' ... 6 I ,. I .W -I I rv I. I . I .1-- J QCQX I I X - I ., I I I r 4, . I If 'Q ,. W MICKEV ROBERT PAT Gouvn GREEN GFIMES I - ,I 1 Q I I , I 5' , j, I I ' 41 I. I .Y lyk? ,X I I ' I I A II., 'f , . I I .Io ANN STAN RICHARD GARNET HANNON I-If-mrzow HATHCOCK HAWKINS I I I I ' L . - '30 Q I , I I " .gfgf ' I " Q K I uf' ' gin .mi I I I I Qu nu ill iStu- LEROY mar-mv FHANCES Krruv HEITMAN HERRERA HURYADO HENRY I I , I I ,i? I t, avg ,m I ',- I I fybil ' I I 73, . II I ' I I- ,. I il 5 0.5 A v I ik I I I I' ooRoTHv KATHRVN Roasnv HINES HOBAN NOEHN 1 ay ,if-I If- Q .. -.,. 1 " nf' 2 IL -3 ff' f - I L. v 'XY Iffjlfff g 'I 'i1'4""' 'Y-53 Ij-fygsngjl gl E2l'V"1v',f,5, ff f. ,fiv-j Iwwmf Iwwa I as FRED RONNIE DAVID GEORGE Huwo I-eunsv HUSHMAN HUSHMAN I ' I I w 54 x ' I I I fd vw 'YI .ns M I I it .xx Q I , I IS? .A ,wx .Ig , I if I A I I 'X J I I I . X I 'f . gf I I I JUNE SANDY NELI. aARnAnA JUNGKEIT KAUFFMAN KELLEV KELLV I I I ' - ' I I . ' I I ' -1 I I I A , - g ' I -L ei ! XC' Ig:4, ,I I I . .J -X ,X I ' I . I I I ff' by ' I . I Q , . , 4144 I I I . , ,IJ-II Im-1.01 I l . . a..II-u.'rl1Ii"' - .4 LUDMILA BARIARA ELDON CHAHLKS ' KQILOVQKY KRAMP LAIRD LAKIMAN I I I N 'Ii ,. I I Q 21 - .I . 2 , I -A - K I IW 4 I " , I ' . I I h I Kf-k 5.f:L ILIIIIIM I I I.uPINo csruw LAMAS LAUB I I 1 I . 9 6 . l v - IJA Q. I I . I S j FI I I XI, V I 1 ,I I D? I IJ' if 32 I I ii' i ' I .I KA' II ' own. :own Ln ue " I I . T' .VN 1 . 2 I4 I I I SOLEDAD I BOB . Lopez Mums ,R 1- . N, . -x X.."' sk X BARBARA ARLO MAUERHAN MAVBERRV f ' Rm! xr Q ' I X . DON BARBARA NIERRITT NIERSHON I xx I I Q. .. ,Q Q I I I I I I I BEVERLY DIANA MQLDENHAUER MOLSTEAD all -S.. 4 Iv I is 3 'IFYIGI 'I 'I I 2-If 3I' .. I I ggh L .P Emsff I -A I NKURHIIS cumin: I NIELSIN I I I :O-I QQ. BOBBY LAMGETI-4 s A wg .III AHVILLA LEGG 4. MAUELINE MEJIA , fum, IN ,I DEAN MCCALL il. 5 Y. BARBARA MESSER iff. bi 'K xl QKKI I ,, . . h . I-IRIX?-Vi SANDRA MOODY MARY OKUDA I ,. N xiii, E i X F I-r, 'aww .I KAYE KISSELL WF. Iii. Q M SALLY LEIGH 'N .y ,. MARSHA AHLSTEDT vga. . QBI T .I fi HAY McGINNlS niggas I I I I . , I MERLE MEYER I QI L, m 1 -3:9 I ,, Wi: SATO MURO A . Xi .... 'gww I SALLY OLDINO - S. Af W J II III SAM'MY LOARD I I I ROSE LEOS I I .XM '32, .I I CAROLE MANNS I Q if BETTE ANN MCINTVRE I I A I Ig mi' .I DENNIS MIHM , - M. - I fy xw, ALICE NAKAWAKI I I I .8 I il' BARBARA OLSEN I I Q J . I , l ' E I , QQ ELAINE BILL LAROUCHK LASHBROOK I I . ' I Y-wg, I- I I I - 'iii I - III I ' I 1 X ' I x .ll I xi i I JAY CAROL LILLYWHITE LOGSDON ' I I I I I 3 I I, I f I I . 'XO Ii, I , WW I I . . ,' Fl! ' 1ff!XN- I t V . I P . ' w. . ' IIIWII I ., H-. gill I 1 , JOHN GABRIEL MARCO MATA , I ' if 4. ' . . I , ku. Q3 . I I -f ' I I I SHARON EARLINE MCKOOL MEADOWS I I I I I , I . I . sy ' - I . I I N: I- S QI ggigssg I KAY ZOE MILLS MIYCHELL I I . - :- . ' I IQWQ SSE-, , 9 . ,gg . IQ QQ I MI ,VI JESSE DENNIS NAPOLES Nason I I aw. I W .3 I ' I' 1. ' , - fi' Ibilfifn '-I I I ..- Q ,g- , . -, I-ww Qmdw II5EtIII?' 1' If M ffv- F ' 1-5IrEI.5Tix.iI um ' RONALD owuasv Mun I Q v. , M ,ws I PHYLLIS LEAKKI - I F' I i I 1a -w . .K 'I 'I I I . I S few 'I vI'5'i'?,g Q BENNII LOPIZ 2 I 9 II. I . I I .. ' . I 1 QA-'a I ., A .XS I Q I JIM MARSHALL K.. 5 .Im DARLENI MILLU . I . HELEN MITOII R -., at V' V GAVLI NEWKIIK Y I QS I as ,fx I Iiwgji , LORALII PAUL: 115 UPHUM 'nu 5 Q3 JOANIE PEACOCK , -A. HIIARI ifiiq BERNARD PICA BONIFACE RAM03 5' IILL RICHARDS X gr x is li PAT ROBERTS T1 Ii, 'IT Sf! BARRY RYAN I 4 6: 'x-. pl I oegofxgin 116 I 'sz 1 , .. I mv I I. I . ,wr A 1 , I II 'I -.MI '- . I DAVE PELSER I N I ,, , I I' -DIY :T-' 'Qi f5!3vi,jJig 'WfnwjI. RICHARD PIKI I . I. I " I . I - L, ROBERTA RAUB I I 8 sex I E' I MARILYN RICHARDS I I sc ,I 4. I J I I I, JIM ROE I I ' If 1 .gc - I I I DIANN SAOAN I I . I I Y - I if I ffffgf.:::.." I II?fa5ss!ss.'fL1 .aawfi-'11' 1: ? JANICI SCHANTZIN DRES o a I f I 5, I ,ALII III I I 1? I, as-msn nom Iweruurn paver-ws I I f fs. , I -3 I fir I I' Q? if I . vw? W kg I If IMQ I MAXINE CHUCK Prrvssn PoI.LAnu I I I . . c In 4 ,I I Qfgf X"', ' I . k I I ., Y-4 I 0 I I 5 -If I QANA LEE ELLEN mv msec: I I '- I I, I MI I 1 . Q I L! 'g Q12 'Il k If SI I I II .. I so ssvsnw mann. mcnzn I I .... - I QM I .mmss Dems noaens nouuwo I 5 I 7 1 . I I .... I ssmrnn ooru sAI.AzAn snwceoo I I I . ' l DICK I SCHILLING Rggffl' I-,na .13 v' I t I CARL PETERSON I ' 5, fx-r' 72 ,Q sf. 'X Nw. AH Lffla Iijnwigf PZ, Arfiw. J ,J RICHARD POWELL I I 'I In JO ANNE FEES I If' I Iffk- ' I I , .. I SHAFILENE HITTS I I I I F: I I ..ilI?LSigr:uI 1313. . :III Q17 J, CARL. PETITT BONNIE PFIITCHETT I I I 'Si-.,, W I mf .I IYWII 'HI' WAYNE REEVES Q 3 Q EAFIL WOBERSON fi! Il, . I,,, I 4 .I Rossnv umss RUBALCAVA RUSSELL I I I I I -v 1. ! 1: 1' 6 wi , . A I I, -1,1 I 1., - I 'I ARLENE HENRY smfacusz sANcI-Isz I I mn 9 , V- - , I If I I Lx f X . I I A It nn' sos scI-memes SCHUHINGA I 5 :J I S.. I Q K I -,fs lag-I 4, I CHARLES PETTV PAT' PFIOVENCIO IRENE HEQUEJO 124 I I I I TOMMY ROBERSON K. SZ.. PAT RUSSELL CL A2 I xIv' , I SANDY SANGSTER 'Lx-. JACK SCHURINGA Z5 I 13 Q' ,. , I -' . S: 2 JACK PHELP5 -.TS ...lx I PAT QUARYON I I ' c I -il ' I I I ELMO RICHARDS -'R 65 3 , FRED ROBERTS Y I xi, RICNARD RUSSELL EI' . 4 I, FRANK SANYIBANEZ ff ' Ir, II' II 1 I I :VIC ROBERT SCHROTT .IQ Bw . I - J DIXIE SILFRIDGI I I I I I . .rQ JN' X I In F ,051 1 1' .- . 53 I 1 -I UI is FRED SPARKS I 113 J- I 1. I M 1 R Q I I I I 1 I KMMA STOKES ' 1 1 t 1 , 3 1 OU' I AQ, I I 1.6 I 1 I 11 snuct THOMAS I I I I l 1 1 ,I I I h. ....-,-....l TIINII VALADII I I I f I C7 I I I 1 I vnu VILLA I I I 1 ISI .f I 1 I 1 ' - I I U WKATRQKIMAN I I 1,1 I 1 ' E Ui.. I Qfv-f I 3 ixw I ' ,. - N. I , I 1 BUD SEVEREID 1 : K4 I I xg- . ,W I Img'-5. I' DAVID STARMIH I i ,Q I uk I I I 1 PEARL svouwen I +I Q55 N, - DOROTHY THOMAS I 1 1 1 I RUDY VALENCIA I I 1 1 1 I L I I 1 l7 111?fi I 1 -' III IIIII1 I QIII GEORGE VILLASENOR I 1 Q-I .A 51 . I, I LIRUY WIAVIR I . 'CZ' 1 1 gnu I I A ., X .I S NELLIE -IOKNN SHAFER SHIPMAN Y I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I 5 - I.. I N..- 5 1 I s I Q f ,Iii-158. I ji lyfiw L- 1' ' 1 I DAVE ' JERRY STSPHENSON STIDHAM 1 1 I S I I fw I IQx.,QI,M I I I! CAROL LOIS swuax SWINT I , I . I I I I I I sa. I ,. In . I ww. 'I' " f K," "" I I -XMX2 1 1 ,JI VII I as 1 ,Sw-If ern I Boa ooN 'rmnss Toussua I I Vw' ',.s 21 I ff I Q' 1 I f I i I PAT BETTB VALUSEK VAN naman I I I 1 I si 1IIw,,,II I '11 fi Jolt Jenny VILLASENOR voor . Sz QI S5110 I summon Auson wncu WHEELER I A1 I 1 I Nik 4. 1 IQ,g Awfw I I . 157 I 1 f 'P I I I I f ' I EI I , I - 1 ..,,W.,I.AI, 1 LEONARD RALPH SLABAUGH SLAVTON I ' I I ' I Q , I 4. z: , . I Ig .. I - 1 ' I I I A, I I J I I I , I I GARY EARL STIOALL s1'1LwEu. I 1 I 1 I 41 I -4 .. ' X, IM . I If F' Ss .I ' I .11 si 'X ,141 Am GERALD TANAKA nnrznsom I f I . I Q Ii .. I 1 IQ .- XVI I 1 mf: E' ik I I my I .qngsq I Ififiilmx 53 'ij I 'USAR imsls 7 I sos .IANICE TRAME1. TRouTMAN I I af . 1" 391 . I I 1 ' "' ' 5 W "'iI Nr' , I " .I I 1 rf fin I I .X I ., . A I BONNE nAv VAN DELDEN VAN or: wnmxen . F 1 I 1 I I . I Ii? , xv- . 1 I I I I fix I. I I I 4 Q . 1 I A 5 E JANE cuuu wAoA WALKER 1 I I Q. I 1 3-' :A I '65 , I I I ,yi I I., I I ,III I xx -1 'I I QS I I. . A, Q., , Q.. GARY oonofrw WILKINSON WILLIAMS as S 13- GLENDA smrrv-I I I I IA 1 BILL srrorrsl. 1 I I , ,W ' I 1QN', I I I I I GLOFIIA TAYLOR I I I I I I I Y 1 DAVID vunNzn I 'E 1 1 JI ' f - ' I 'f Q53 I-1,5 ,II W I -Af I I ni x ,bn f ' BILL VAN KLAVEREN I I I I I fl IM ' N, . I, :N1I 19" .VII 'Arai I In an is It II JACK WALKER 5 IIT 'I eos WILLIAMS I . I IQ ? fig I5 I I I! 1IIIIIII'E LARRY SMITH 'N :I 'I I 5" 9,lgL1 f DICK STOFFEL Idzw Ixxf 'I x s.. . 'I I DICK TERRY -fa 11 .I . .I I If Q .I , MORRIS ' UNDERWOOO if 4, If 1 .mx I BETTY VESTERBV "ff -' DEAN WATSON II., I. Eifff' 1 J .no PAT' WILLIAMS 117 1, L if SUPHUMURBS I 1- ' ' I , 43? As I , Ya W my W mxguf Xp A WJ MJ r. i W W MW N V CT Q lx f l 1 l ....5... 9 . , x W Z ' '29 1 f A -Q x CONNIE RONALD WILSON WODDRUM CD 12.9103 Q X e'. , Y, .f ,Ah 'K I E EE? RUSSELL LOUIE WOODRUM YOUNGKEIT Q0 fi NOHINE .HLL FOX GARDNER S ow , REF IN ED X Q. 4 JEAN DILORIS MAGGUO POOL I S ' V '-'!l.x. DE: up: ' .... : CLASS UF '56 .of .ff8f'f MRS. FAYE SCHULZ Class Advisor Upper: Ronnie Fuller-president. Lower: fLeft to Right! Jerry Kelly'-vice-president, Cynthia Cox-secretary, Carol Gastelum-treasurer. Class colors of blue and white led the freshmen class during an outstanding year. As the largest class, the class of '56 also represented a highly am- bitious and enthusiastic group . . . and placed high in the Red Cross Drive. 119 Inns IETTV AnAMs I I I I, N I ' I I -...ini ALFRED ARMENnAmz v . KENNETH BARKER' I C7 I ELVIRA sEusELINcK 3 f-I 7 K I ' I I M NORMA somnouaz at 'D- .f'L Fi , If .,I.,qg. 1' - 'f...' I-unoua snown I ' I LUPI CAIRAI. I 120 HMEN l a a I I 5 j rm , . I iw I Ir I ... J V , V 4 1 , ' ' ' I M Ak,j I 6 I I if 'W if .1 ' emu HELEN rnzoma DONALD ADAMS Aoumuu ALFORD ALLEN I I ' I 9 A' 6 I ' ' I wigp ff' I ' I ---' ' , I-'I' , ' ,,.,i , , css-mv .Ice wnmsu :uv Aswswommz ARRIOLA AsI4won'n-I AvII.A I I I I I I I M . 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RICHARD JOY I I X ,x I - I I I . IIVIRLY KIKFER S. -s...Q , III VIII JOHN QILMORI I I I A In I Q13 ' IEQIII I5 EQK f' 'If 'Ax -3 . !"'II IMI-W4 RICHARD GROVER 1 I I..q-b ,N .. TAI I.IfIP7, DON HASK ELL ,4"!' I I' III VICTOR HICKS si Kqn., QNT Qi I 1 X RONALD JAODI-'ILO I I -I I X.f II JOYCE JUNE I -1 ff - 4- RTI' gf I IA 'Ill KING QV It I 1. Klfvwvvhx-l-A 0-XII! I I ,s I sr Q . X 5 X5 ' , ."II 3 I , I J f! I 'NN' A xH:,fI I I I- I I EJ 1-I i ,J PAT DENNIS KIRK KIRKELIE I I I 0' I I . Iwi-' I I .IFS - 55, I 51 I fgfip I , E .J I . - DAVID DON xonpvsu xouneusznemn I I I Isl, , I L I L I Nxxl I , I agwf " .4.wwMUIj I if I f if' I ,MI IIN Ig I I ROBERT VIRGINIA LARSEN LEE I . I I I I I .. . 'I I I lm- , . . - I iv I I .. 51? X5 ,.,..':-,.,f,,-I '11 , I .-'.1.Z'f:l'g,'-gl, I I I 1 DON ROSEMARY LEWIS LOFFHAGKN KW I mx Q I il, L- I . , I I Mgr: J ,V - nf HI I.a..,I. I suInL:v CHARLES NGALIXANDIR MCCAULEV 7 I I , I . I , . I - L . I I.. I- if iq, ' I ,Q 5 iixf I .II..I:'i- if . 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I DIANE xuurzsn I I Y i .'3ew.,, .1 I I I Q S 9 1 ,Q -A N, an , ..,, I mug: I LARRv RONALD LANDWEER LANKARD I m 'uw KAREN DEANNA LENAIN LEO I I . I A- I- I I I I EMMA FRANCES LOPEZ LOPEZ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I JO ANNA DAFILENE MCFARLAND NICLAUGHLIN I I I EsPsnANzA MARTINEZ I I I , I Is I B08 MILES I I DONNA MASTERSON 'Q , . I I ROSALIE MILLER Q. . ,gf I II f'Xv , I II' - I CLIFFORD KOBERNIK . Q- . - - QI I E I , DELWIN LARKIN ERNEST LEONARD I I I . 5 I I I , I ASX I STEVEN LOPEZ EI if " .. I '5......,:.4. GARY MCLEARN S. bv- I MARCIA MASTEFZSON .JQX ,I 'Ad In SALLY MILLER I I2 ., xiq .gI0, Q- , IP Q .,.- I II PI GILBERT KOENLER ' I I '- lv x . I ... I I I I LIL LYNETTE LARSEN - , L K' 1 UIANNA LEVERICH I I I I - .- I ,tr 5 'ga ,.,f X I I 1 XI I Jovcs LucAn I5:GP, Vi. '.I .ff , I I 4 V ' aim I '4iTE"i- W I Hi I HARLEY MACK I I 6 I I ' I I SHIRLEY MEGER I I I ESTELA MIRANDA 123 IIIISIIMIII... I' -.- ...iv ,,, I .- JI I N MICHAEL MITCHELL GD- ...A PAT MURPHY 5 1' JANET NICKEV 7. ' I I FRED OELKERS 'S'-, MICHAEL PETERSON 'I S. DICK PROWSE GEORGIA REEM 124 X1 DIANE Mrrose k 5- on IVIUSHEGAIN Cx '. I-fir umabd, CLVDE NICKLE I 3, s. I 4 ' I I I I LOIS 0'GRADV al 5- GERALDINE PHILLIPS I ' ' av : y I X1 . I dx. X I I f MAFKQHALL QLAARYON I - QL , I I I I KAREN REEVES LII. V as. L I IS. J I QI Iv I II- .N R l Ex-x MARTIN ALAN MITTNIAN Mooov I I I I ' I I DQROTHY TONV NADORFF NAJERA s ,I 6' N wAursn DARLENE NIEWOHNER NIPP -. I I I fe.. CT " 3 I H I , . x"'f N., 'rom MARY O'I-IARA OLIVEIRA S Q. " I I X' " I J If I I I VIRGINIA CLICK Pmugofr mcxews I I I .4 Q. I , A I , N 5, N., 5, ' is- I ,' 5 ,Q . Azz, . -, - .511 It I 1 -K, ,I IIEIIT I . 1 1 I 25+ 3 glfrgk 1 ARI- A IIZI . ' f , ' ' QI K. My .555 5 Mme JOE RAINEV RANIIREZ ' I I I I I , . I .LA .Q - x. I -I I I I I I I ' ,III ' I 4 I I I 'fi x 1 'A I sk 3. it I six I Im.4-tiI-. I I ROGER JOE FIEEVE5 REICHNIUTH I ,II R is I l 1 la- LAHRV MELVIN Monsuzm mom-us I gg . IWQZY I gf? 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A S j WQQ q,WQ?. ,, ffm .., - Jim 130 VARSIT FOOTBALL Roberts, AU fullback, eludes Orange tacklers as Bob Padilla and Dean P hilpott 1403 move up on t he play. Colonists won 12-0 Anaheim's 1952 Colonists started off the season against a power-packed Redlands team and were badly beaten, 26-6. Next the Colonists faced the Tigers of Chaffey and were trampled 18-0. It was a low-spirited Anaheim team that met Citrus the next week and were again beaten to .the tune of 19-0. The Colonists then traveled to Las Vegas to face the highly touted Wildcats. Although they gave a good account of themselves, the locals again were beaten, 26-13. MX Anaheim Redlands Anaheim Chaffey Anaheim Citrus Anaheim Las Vegas Anaheim Newport Anaheim Santa Ana Anaheim Huntington Beach Anaheim Fullerton Anaheim Orange Most Valuable Player-jim Roberts. Line Captain-Bob Padilla. Backlield Captain-Dean Philpott. CLARE VAN HOOREBEKE Head Coach BILL HICKS End Coach JOH N WALLI N Line Coach Dean Philpott. Annheinvs halfback sensation. drives into Chaffey Iinemen for n short gain. Colonists were dropped 18-0. w AARON PERALTA All-League Back P LLOYD FEFIFIELL End 132 5 DEAN PHILPOTT All- League Halfback DON LEIGH Quarterback Y fe Q1 TOM BERG Guard ,Wi X, JI M ROBERTS All- League Fullback GAYLE HERBEL Quarterback DON SWITZLER End DEAN STOKES Guard .. a K . x at PH I L WRIGHT Quarterback , vu A HENRY HERRERA JIM STEFZBA Halfback Tackle i 2 . J ED TROTTEFZ End Center JON WRIGHT Speed merchant Aaron Peralta piles up yardage in the game with Santa Ana. Grov- er 1131 leads the way. The Colonists surprised with a 20-13 victory. 133 I A, ,,.,..:, 4 With Mickey G-ouyd 110 leading the way, Philpott sweeps the end against Chaffey. g Q PAU L GROVER Quarterback ,-nv .sn BILL DAVIS MICKEY GOUYD RAY BOKELMAN End Halfback All-League Guard BOB DE GROFF BOB PADILLA All-League Tackle All-League Tackle 134 ,eff 425553 -ia MIKE TROOP All-League Guard .ek Q 3 My . DICK MITOBE End Guard GABRIEL VASQUEZ ke 1 JACK LADDIG End WI I LEONARD MANG CLINTON WELLS JOHN CARDENAS Tackle Guard Fullback Philpott carries for AU, reeling off a long gain against Newport, as Jim Roberts 1315 moves in for a block. The Colonists upset Tars, 13-7. Z Z8 mf 135 Vvrkhorse DUNN PUUIJON 1401 carries for the Colonists during the Fullerton game nth Paul Grover 1131 running interference. Still Sl'l'l.lfllI1'Q lirom tour stixught 110117 lC.1KQllC losses, the Ciolonists opeuetl their league se.1s1Jn .l31.llIlSl Nexxlmrt .uitl s.:1'- prisetl everyone with .1 IS-G xittimry. The men ul' A11.1I1ei111 uere iu lulfgh spirits umm .intl went on to tlL'l-L'.ll .1 l'.1st S.lIll.l A11.1 team, YU-l R. All.lllL'lIll mm looketl to lllllllllltllllll lzbkkltll. llL'.lXy l'.1- xorites to 11111 the lC.l.llLIL' title. 'l'his twutest entletl i11 .1 tw-ti tle.11llo1l4. seltuijg the stage lor the l1.1ttle with tl1e puxxerf liul ll1kll.lIIS ol l:llllCI'l0Il, The ll1xll.lllS l1.l1l long xx.1ite1l tl1is tl.1y to .ivenge their l S-7 loss to the Cloluuists in '3l. 'lihe li.1101'etl lllAll.ll'lS were out- g.1i11etl tl1e whole gdllllj, hut 111.u1.1getl .1 ll-ls tie with tl1e gritltlers ol Aimlieim. The following week tl1e Klolonists knoulcetl off Orange, ll-11, to gain .1 tie for the Sunset l.C.lgLlC.' tl1.1mpio11sl1ip with lfullerton. A coin XXXIS tlippetl to see which team woultl go into the Cllf playoffs .lg.llllSl Clompton .mtl lfullerton won the toss. Compton, l1owe1'ei'. provetl too muth lor the Sunset I.C.l'QllC taontiiigent .is they tlroppetl lfullerton 20-ll, to entl the ex- uiting liootlmll se.1s1m ol IOSL .2 . www-city? ' f U .. J 1 g l N . mm . ts. k Q A is .i K , 1- 1 M, ft' ' ' 1 s, A . EX 1 'fs l 952 SUNSET LEAGUE CO-CHAMPIONSHIP VARSITY TEAM-tFirst Rowj Blackman. Hawkins. Bokelman. Roberts, Berg, Stokes, .amas, Herbel. Gouyd, Leigh, Herrera. Grover. tSecond Rowj Wells. Contreras. Switzler, Vasquez. Farrel. Lambeth, Cardenas, 'roop. Browne. Trotter, J. Wright. tTop Rowb Line Coach Wallin, End Coach Hicks. Mitobe, VanDerWarker. Mang. Villasenor, Browns. Fink. DeGv-off. Busald, Philpott, Correia, P. Wright, Davis, Padilla, Mackay, Sterba. Heitman, Peralta, Flynn, and Head Coach lanHoorebeke. 36 l Lg Anaheim O Rctllantls 6 Anaheim ll Cilmlfcy 6 Angiliciin O Citrus I5 Anaheim I 'J Laguna 0 Anaheim l 3 Newport ll Anaheim 6 Santa Ana H9 Anaheim 0 Huntington Beach l-i Anaheim O Ifiillcrton ll Aniihciin 7 Orange 0 Most Val. Player LeRoy Wciixicr. Line Captain--f-Harold Heinrich. Anaheim fullback Vince Deveney is downed after a short gain in the Orange game. Bmikhcld c'nPt'un Ronnie btlbo' Other AU players include Crawford L32J. Goodchild 1275. and Hathcock f52l. The Colonists won. 7-0. Fiffvtf aw.-. 1First Rowj Deveney. Jennings, Salaets. Sewers, Sabo, Miller. Doretti. tSecond Row! Loustau, Allen. Karcher, Nielson, -Hath- cock. Ownbey, Brownfield. Sandoval. 1Third Rowy Heinrich. Jenkins. Weaver. NlcCalI. Prentice, Bielefeld. Goodchild. Winkler, Byrd, Mary. iTop Flowj Gastelum, Snavely, Fuller, Sloop, Squires, Shinoda, Zava. Leroy Weaver, Hahn, Russell, Jungkeit, Vale, Warner. 137 l Lupe Gonzales, speedy halfback of AU's Championship Cee team, skirts long gain during Newport game. Gonzales scored the only TD as the .49 xi . A end for a Colonists triumphed. 7-0. I . 13 JH 1 CEB PUUTBALL Anaheim 20 Laguna Anaheim 53 Citrus Anaheim 50 Whittier Res Anaheim 12 Newport Anaheim 7 Newport Anaheim 26 Laguna Anaheim 8 Hunt. Beach Anaheim 6 Fullerton Anaheim 13 Orange Most Val. PlayerfLupe Gonzales Line Captain-Bill Stoffel. Backfielcl Captain-George Dana 0 , LSB, 4 ws we 1 .sas ax I l fM,,,,,. .. Q v SUNSET LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP CEES-1First Rowj Hund, Jay, Cueves, Joy, Poe, Quarton, D. Smith, Trotter, Garey, Kelly. lsecond Row! Williams, Stoffel, Napoles, Coss, Allen, Cancino, McLaughlin, Villafana, Dena, Moody, Stagner, Coop- er. T. Frank, Coach Glover. 1Third Row! Najera, Smith, Polland, Casey, Collier, Audoma, Otte, Kline, Sanders, Ard, Leh- man, Burt, Morris, Roberts. 1Top Flowy Martin, Daniels, Beach, Baxter, Bouck, Harker, Estrada, Prowse, Fischle, Caffee, Cone, Tangney, Osborne. 8 l VARSIT BAS ETBALL lFi.rst Rowl Frank. .Wlethor'n, Ryan, Johnson, Nelson. fsecond Rowj Merrill Moody Ames Philpott, Salazar, Ollvos, Critchfleld, Taravella. fThird Flowj Lee, Pinkstaff Herbel Bishop Knox, Clark, Coach Hunstock. AU's varsity basketball team placed second in the Sunset League race this year. In the CIF playoffs the Colonists downed San Diego 51-39, but were beaten by the CIF champions of '51 and '52, Compton, 58-37. The varsity went through the season winning 21 games, while losing only five. Bill Ames was picked for the CIF second team and chosen most valuable player by his teammates. Dave Moody was named team captain. Ames was also selected as all-league guard. Moody made second team forward with Gayle Herbel and Dennis Ryan winning honorable mention. BILL HUNSTOCK Head Coach i . u i I DENNIS RYAN BILL AMES DAVE MOODY All-League Center All-League Guard All-League Forward Anaheim's Dave Moody goes high in the air under the basket to fight with Laguna Beach cagers for the bali. Colonist Bill Ames stands by. The Colonist: won the game, 47-45. 140 .S T.. X -. .L bi LIS, -gi . n 3' 'Sf' I H N Z -- .,., - I ,D GAYLE HERBEL All-League Guard "',,,.., 7' 'IN-A YI 'Wm gg si GEORGE BISHOP Forward Dennis Ryan shoots as a Newport Harbor defender attempts to block the shot. W- A M- W,-W mwx. JOE CLARK PAUL SALAZAR DEAN PHILPOTT Guard Guard Forward 141 Gayle Herbel tries a jump shot in the Santa Ana game. Bill Ames 1323 looks on. The Saints proved too much for the Colony as they scored a 50-42 win. Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim 142 SH 62 55 il-7 S6 59 -IS -I2 -ll 55 62 65 -IH 48 61 58 68 -i2 56 58 57 55 56 50 37 Downey Brea-Olinda Bellflower Laguna Beach Garden Grove Lalolla Valencia Fullerton Santa Ana Bellllower Gilbert Newport Harbor Santa Ana Huntington B. Fullerton Orange Newport Harbor Santa Ana Orange Huntington B. Fullerton Alumni Huntington B. San Diego Compton 54 5-l -i5 -45 S2 36 3 9 -l-l 37 36 -ill 45 46 49 52 5.2 'll 50 -45 75 46 50 53 59 58 Dean Philpott passes the basket. out of the key with Dave Moody set under 1First Row! Navarro, Jenkins, Sabo, Wada, French, Herrera. 1Second Rowb Mata, Jara, McCall, Weav- er. Beach, Loustau. 4Third Rowb Roberts, Squires, P. Roberts, Leigh, Schacht, Bonner, Holland, Coach Van Hoorebeke. Mlke Beach flrel a jump shot with Weaver 1261 and Wada 1177 :losing In for the rebound during the Orange game. BBE BAS ETBALL The 1953 edition of the Anaheim Bee Basketball team placed second behind Huntington Beach. With high scoring Mike Beach leading the way, the little Colonists rolled up 17 wins against 7 losses. Coach Clare Van Hoorebeke brought his team along slow- ly in non-league tilts and then had them in top con- dition when the league play began. Pat Roberts was elected captain of the Bees, and Beach, most Valu- able Player. LEAGUE SCORES Anaheim 51 Santa Ana Anaheim 39 Huntington Beach Anaheim 119 Fullerton Anaheim 31 Newport Harbor Anaheim 50 Orange Anahiem 56 Newport Harbor Anaheim 51 Santa Ana Anaheim 50 Huntington Beach Anaheim 61 Orange Anaheim 51 Fullerton lFirsi Howl Moody. Sanders. Conk. Williams. Fischle, Villa Fona. lSecond Row! Gray. Estrada. Tagney. Cone, Habener. Burt. fThird Rowj Beach, Cancino, Otte. Cutler, Smlihi SYOVCY- 'l'he Cees showed much improvement as the sea- son rolled along, racking up wins against some strong teams. Led hy Tyler Cone, the Cees finished third in the Sunset League. Bill Hicks coached the AU midgets, Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim 144 IS 77 ll Sl IH li lo 25 55 2,1 Newport Harbor Fullerton Orange Santa Ana Fullerton Orange Newport Harbor Newport Harbor Puente Huntington Beach 59 Z7 24 19 27 28 54 58 16 30 AU's Terry Tangney blocks an attempt for a score AND DEES - I I I Anaheim 32 Fullerton 20 Anaheim 32 Orange 22 Anaheim 52 Hunt. Beach 26 Anaheim 25 Orange 19 Anaheim 21 Lathrop 2 2 Anaheim 38 Fremont 31 Anaheim 31 Newport 20 Anaheim 21 Hunt. Beach 35 Anaheim 3, 2 Fullerton 27 Anaheim 26 Newport 19 Anaheim 28 Excelsior 24 Anaheim 28 Laguna 18 Anaheim 24 Whittier 22 Anaheim 3 3 Fontana 18 Anaheim 39 Chino 24 Anaheim 29 Garden Grove 13 Witli Coach Clyde Paxton leading them on, the Colonist Dees moved to Coach Clyde Paxton of the Dee basketball team receives the league championship trophy from team captain Kenny Harker. a Sunset league championship in 1953. The Dees were paced by Captain Kenny Harker, George Dana and Tom Frank. ,af 9 1 x . I ' .- .,.z::. --'- Q. f - " ,. " fLeft to Right, Row 12 Kelly, Poe, Quarton, Garey, Frank. fRow 23 Casey, Harker, Trott, Terry, Dana, Morris. 4Row 35 Stagner, Holland, Najera, Grover, welter, Lopez, Coach Paxton. 145 Q 4 Dick Reed finishes far out in front in a Cross Country meet on Clayes' Field. ,A -'y,.,.- 4,-1. Ronnie Contreras breaks the tape x Don Switzler lleftj and Lloyd Ferrel l ing up fast. AU's Cross Country team starts the mile and 8110 course in a meet with 1 Q9 1 Yph CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-fLeft to Right, Flow 15 Eberhard, Hansen, Utes, Smith. Azyzara, Deveney, Bokelman. Keeley. 4Row 21 Peralta, Reed, Gouyd, Calvo, Arriola, Olivos, Mcllwain, Muro, Olsen. 146 Orange. LEAGUE TRACK STANDINGS Varsity lfourtli Bccs- Fourth. CQccsf'l'l1irtl. U fLeft to Right, Row 11 Warner. Lee, Calvo, Bokelrnan, Eberhard. Buren, Chapman. 1Row 23 Mackay, Switzler, Phllpott am: d Corgperas, Crosson. Murray. QRow 33 Coach Sam Keith, Villa. Walker, Peralta, Reed, Ferrel, Clark, Olivos Keeley C W'lIl'l sen. TRAC Although finishing in the fourth place, AU placed l2 men in the Sunset League finals, with jerry Boren and Dick Reed scoring points in the shot put and mile for the varsity. Bee Mickey Gouyd won the 660, while jack Crosson won the shot and placed in the 220. Wayne Murray placed in the high jump. The Bee 660 relay team, consisting of john jungkeit, jim Mcllwain, Gouyd, and Crosson, also placed for AU. In Cee competition, johnny Lin placed in the shot put with Larry Lehman getting points in the broadjump and 100. Chuck Pollard placed in the 180 yard dash and Larry Smith in the 660. The Cee relay team of Lin, Lehman, Pollard, and Beach also qualihed for the CIF meet. The Colonist Cross Country team placed third in the league with Dick Reed unde- feated in the dual meets. 391. BEES and CEES-iLeft to Right, Flow 11 Navarro, Habener, Nluro, Lopez, Smith, Azzarra, Meade, Garey. fRow 25 Keith Villafona Caneino, Jungkeit, Utes, Pollard, Smith, Adams, Lehman, Byrd, DBVCFICYY D0bKil1S, Coach HUYISYOCK- Colonist third sacker Gayle Herbel fbackgroundb throws out an Excelsior man after an attempted bunt. First baseman Dennis Ryan gets the throw, while pitcher Val Wiethorn icenterj watches the play. Midway through the 1955 baseball season AU's Colonists had a 3 win-H1 loss record and were tied with Fullerton for first place in the Sunset League race. With Val Wiethorn the mainstay hurler of the crew, Coach john Wallin had earlier brought his team through a rough non- league schedule with 10 wins and 6 losses. Gayle Herbel was selected as most valuable player with Pat Roberts, team captain. S l i 1Left to Right, Flow 13 Stephenson, Mattox, Doretti, Sabo, Gonzales, Grover, Clark. qRow 25 Herbel, Ryan, Wiethorn, Wells, Bishop, Leigh, Roberts, Coach Wallin. 148 Moody, JUNIOR VARSITY-fLeft to Right, Row 11 Vanderwarker, Heitman, Brownfield, Wada, L. Weaver, French Pinkstaff Rogers, Daniels. l1Rovv 23 Hathcock, Villasenor, Bielefleld, Peralta, McCall, Loustau, Morehead, Mood? Weaver Cooper QRow 35 Coach Bill Hicks, Garey, Snavely, Gray, Isbell, Holland, Grover, Wolters, Harker, Morris, angney Collier VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Covina Excelsior Whittier Pomona Whittier Excelsior Corona Corona Las Vegas Burroughs Muir Pomona Pomona Newport Santa Ana Huntington SEB LL... Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim JOHN WALLIN Head Coach LEAGUE SCORES 1 Fullerton 6 Orange 7 Newport 10 Santa Ana r Q.. N... VARSITY SWIMMING-fLeft to Right, Row U Saviors. Zava. Frank. Shinoda. Carroll. 1Row Trott. Conch Allen. Darrell. SWIMMING P.. In the Sunset League finals, All planed two with Hiro- shi Shinoda winning the Bee 100 yard free style in the record breaking time of 59.0. Shinodu also plated second in the Bee 50 yard freestyle. The other Colonist was jack 'l'rott who won Bee diving. BEES AND CEES-tLeft to Flight, Row 17 Hudson, Smith, Ard, Frank, Casey, Trott, Martin Poe Winters Terry, Quan-ton. Stoufer. tRow 21 Otte, Turner, Hund, Knox, Cushing, Ensminger, Robinson Huckabee Sla baugh. Trotter. 150 l WATER POLO-tLeft to Right, Row 13 D. Smith. Sjostrom, Weaver. Darrell, Elkers, Keith. Winters, Brown, Graham. :Flow 23 Gray. Ard. L. Smith. Pajak, Robinson. Ensminger, Cushing, Knox, Huckabee. tRow 31 Critchfield. Thomas. Wagner. Casey, Palmberg. Claussen. Riley, Clow, Granere, Williams, Coach Allen, Rose- berry. . . . AND WATER PULO Coached by Doug Allen, AU's water polo team improved steadily through the year although lacking experience. DOUG ALLEN Coach ts. MNT i fx. 'Sw gan! Joe Critchfield. AU classy diver, straightens out a jack-knife. 151 an-.I vs VARSITY TENNIS TEAM--iLeft to Right, Row 13 Wright, Warwick. Baker, Hansen. qRow 25 Cook. Bouch. Stokes. Hnrvill, Ryan, Legg, Korn. Topped only by L1 powerful Santa Ann team, Anaheiins varsity netters had ll -I-l record going into the second round of Sunset League play. Cnptriined by Floyd Baker, the team had two three-year lettermen in Ronnie Legg and Phil Wright. Cliiptuined by Bob Clemmer, the J. V. Clookmen run rough shot over all league opposition. Bill Cook coaglied both squads. IH -was-gg L -.WWSVQ J.V. TENNIS TEAM-fLeft to Right, Row 11 Meyer, Cone, Contreras, Lillywhite, Starnes, Bedford. 1Row 29 Cook, Dougherty, Puckett, Clemmer, Simpon, Owston, Fischle, Korn. iRow 35 Ruedy, Lee, Schmidt, Pearson. Andrews, Schneider, Bonner. 152 ..-4 M... -C GOLF TEAM-lLeft to Right. Row U Moore, DeGroff. Winter, Riley. Fuller. Worden. Henry. 4Row 27 Glover Heinrich, Enloe, Neilsen, Combs, Howard, Granere, Claussen. Assuming the role of giant-killers of the CIF league, the Anaheim Golf team, ciiptained hy Gary Cl.iussen, knocked olf some strong teams to finish high in the Sunset League race, highlighted hy .1 one-point loss to Santa Ann, By the half way mark, the hackers had won lil matches. Dick Glover served as coiiell. XY'inning .ill their .iren and district matches, AU's shnrpshooting riHe team went on to cop the state ulminpionsliip 10-man-team Cluussen Trophy, . fl , l A . N ig We X3 i L7 , RIFLE TEAM-tLeft to Right, Row 13 Lt. Col. Gene Waldo, Coss, Verdin, Ensminger, Collier. lRow 23 Bamford, Dierberger, Barnett, Roe. tRow 31 Merritt, Baar, Smith, Lattin, Jameson. 153 JOSEPHINE DERIGO Director of Athletics NORMA ELLIOTT Chief Advisor BARBARA HOULIHAN Assistant MAXINE DuCOTY Assistant 154 G. .A. Upholding their motto to the fullest extent were this year's members of G.A.A., its leaders and advisors. Their purpose was to "emphasize the social and education- al values of sports as well as physical skill, to promote good team play, co-operation, sportsmanship, and friendship with oppon- ents." Under the leadership of club advisor Mrs. Elliott and assistant advisors, Miss Derigo, Miss Houlihan, and Miss DuCoty the Girls' Athletic Association had an active year highlighted by play days and the color- ful G.A.A. banquet. llncler the leaclership of Kay Turner, pres- itlent ot the Girls' Athletic Association, the GAA cpilwinet plmnecl .incl prepitretl un eventliiil year. Among the xyirioiis events reciillecl hy the CIAA t'.llWlIlCl ot '55 were the GAF confer- ence helcl .it XY'hittier high school, tm Orange Cfounty conference in Garden Grove, an inst.ill.ition banquet in May at Atmheim, imcl the .llllllllll lwoilrcl party which inclutletl clinner at the El Clomeclor iincl 11 show in Xlilllittier. KAY TU RNER President GAA CABINET-tLeft to Right. Row lj Turner, president: Fukuda. vice president: Griggs, Secretary: Cadwala der, treasurer. tRow 23 Lenain, fr. rep.: Jung, fr. rep.: Carner. publicity chairman: Zwart. soph. rep.: Wheeler Red Cross rep. tRow 33 Cone. basketball manager: Cherry. hockey manager: Haskins. volleyball manager Holve, softball manager: Ann Betts, swimming manager: Pat Santi, tennis manager. 155 GAA SWIMMING-fLeft to Right. Row 15 Knutzen. Reed. Gruenemay. Fitz, Nipp. Buckner. Booth. Simpson. 4Row 2y Carothers. Holve. Cadwalader. Fuchs. Betts. Dargatz. Finnegan. qRow 3J Knepper. Garrison. Dierst. Schmitt, Warnes, Kiefer. Neiman. Waldo. QRow 47 Solis. Hudson, Huffman. Reid. Buvinich. O'G-rady. SWIMMING TENNIS itat an Oi GAA TENNIS-fLeft to Right, Row 17 Sami, Downs, Lutz, Carter. 1Row 27 Ferguson. Hein. Stabbert. Roddam, Taylor. Wilkirson. Santi. 156 up SENIORS-CLeft to Right. Row 13 Lanker, Fitz, Turner, Clark, Carner. 1Row 23 Buckner, Taylor, Carter, Bohan. 15'b"QW' J! 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Phone Anaheim 2297 "WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT-BUICK WILL BUILD THEM" ALALAAAAAAALAAALLLAAAAAAAAAAAAALL '1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 AA A V W 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 LAALA AAA rv P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P L P 4 P P P E E E ouk BEST wlsl-les 4 4 E Worlc Your Dollars Here a+ Home E E h 3 P P Io I' e I 1 5 P P I 4 E They'II Earn as Much as Though I E CLASS OF 53 E E They Roam. 4 E from 4 : 5 : 1 P 4 P 4 P 4 P 4 I 1 I T T ' P Dollars Spen+ ai' Home You See 4 P E E 3 P E Help fhe Whole Communily I E , 4 P I P I'I A R D W A R E 1 P 4 P 4 P 4 P 4 P P 4 P ' 1 1 P I ANAHEIM BUILDING Alu LUANISSN 5 E 1 C MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM 1 E 5 E 5 4 E Corner Cenler and Lemon S+reeI's E E 323 W' Cenler SI' Phone 2303 1 VTvvtvvvtvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvTvvVvvvvvvvvvtvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 3 P 4 P E CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS '53 I P 4 I I P o 5 Anaheim Sand and Gravel P I I I IOI LINCOLN BLVD. 1 VV? ,rv OOP OP P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P Visi+ T T 's R R Y F A R M EA 9. 71' Pin Av R Wffwwxm Phone Anaheim 2291 Buena Park Phone 307 BUENA PARK CALIFORNIA I8l vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv !v vv1 1 E Congrafulafions fo fhe Class of 1953 E 4 E 1 : E I 4 4 enney 0. 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EERNANDEZ 2 I l600 SOUIIW Spadra FuIIer1'on, California 1 LLLQLLLLLLLLQLLLL AALL LLLQLLQLLLLQLQQLLLLLLLLAAALLLLLLLLLQLLLLLLLLLQLLLLLJ l82 YTTVVTTTTTTTVVVVTVVVVTVV77V77V7V7777777777777VTTTYVVYVVVVTVVVVVVTVTVVVTTT , A 1 D P P : S 1 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA v 1 ' 4 P 4 I G 5 B5 I Ili I O E G Z H 4 t DODGE JOB - RATED TRUCKS DODGE PASSENGER CARS E PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS E 328 Wesi' Cen+er S+ree+ Anaheim, California 4 i ....................................................................... .3 A Large Home Concern Serving You q ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS Federal Tires Aero Bafieries ' SSeSS r W':jwf:3SM wwemr S , W. W 4 A 5 -ws,-.5 .S 2 S ' " fe T X' S ' S c o Q - L S Anehelm. Callforma A , A S - 1 , L I83 '1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 P E 131' b G z atten- mn um er 0. t SINCE IBBO P E BUILDERS HARDWARE E sAsH DOOR MILL WORK or ALL KINDS E Larry Henderson, Mgr. II39 Lincoln Ave. 3 E Anaheim Yard Phone 23I9 3 L444444444444AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA WVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV rv'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV E 3 r t CONGRATULATIONS 1 E 4 E CLASS or 'ss 1 E ' 4 t FROM 1 t 1 V 4 V I I v 1 v 4 E Q. 1 z 1' E K 47 1 E H 1 : nf- 5 E 5 . 1 E XX :.. :1.LA- V 4 g E v 4 v 4 vvvv 444 -9 53:1 2'1 gum I 1,5 'gm H.. -'Z V777 AA AAA P 4 P 4 L 4 QLALLALALAAAAAAAALLLLLLLALLLALLLLLA Vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvt 44444441 ORANGE COUNTY DRUG CO. DEPENDABLE DRUGGISTS r 236 W. Center SC. Anaheim, Calif. 1 4444444444444444444444444444444441 L ' rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv P P b I I I vvvv 4444 COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 151 So. Los Angeles Anaheim 2228 'l30'l'l Cenhlry Blvd. Garden Grove 736 AAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAALA T777V777TVVTTVVVVVVVVVVVVTVTVT 44444444444444444444444444444 6 6--if 1 Yvvv vvvvv 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 L444444444 MARKET 5ll E. 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Anaheim '77 P P I P D D I P P P P D I P P D P I I P P P P D D D P P P D P P P P LLL TTY! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 LAJ vvvvvvvvvvvv NP NP UT O C 'P' :- 'P' 0 I in O 3 CD 'O' -1 0 0 'P' AAAAAAAAAAAA vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 'vvvvvvvvvv ALALAALLLLAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAA E. A. SILZLE CUBP. ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA The Pioneer Orange Juice Processing Firm of Orange Counfy Our Modern, Sfreamline Operaiions of Bofh Canning Lines and Concenfraior enables us 'ro guaraniee TOP RETURNS TO THE ORANGE COUNTY GROWERS Whose fruif we are exclusively processing presenily P 4 4 LAALAALLLAAALALLLLLLLLALALALLAAAAAAAALAALLLALAAAALLALAAAAAAAAAALAAALALLLA rv77V7VVV777777VVV7Vv7vvvvvvVVvvvv'1 v r P 1 P 4 P 4 P 4 g CONGRATU'-ATIQNS 3 g PHILMER J. ELLERBROEK. A.l.A. I 5 I p A R C H I T E C T , GRADUATES. 1 , 1 5 433 Wesf Cenier P 1 4 t fI'0m I t ANAHEIM. 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Cerrnfos Corner Cerrufos and Dale Ave. 1 I Anaheim, Cafifornia V4 mile Easf of Sfanfon Posi' Office 1 -I LMQQQQQQLQQQQQLQQLQQQAQQLLQQLLLLLQQQLQLMLLQMQQQQAMAQQLLLQQQLQAQLLLQQQA rvvvwvvvtvT7vwTvT777Tvvvvvvvvvvvvvtvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvmtvvvvvvvvvvtva ' 7 4 vvvvvvvvvvv N 41544444444 LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR COMPLETE NURSERY SERVICE fa N oo I: Z 0 O I- Z P 4 rn Z C m vvvvvv P 3 W :- Q. 3 O OJ. :G 0 'I E . DI -I 'L 0 'U 3' 0 3 0 U1 -P- U1 3 AAAAAA t HAROLD J. BOTTS MOLLIE A. BOTTS 1 g 2 A KGLLAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAALLLAAAAAAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAALALALAALAAAALLALLAAA V V VVVVVVVVVVVVVV?VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVTVVVVV 9 Q1 r P E 3 P 4 ' W9 C 1 ' T Cl ' 1 T y - ongmtu atzons 0 ass of 53 1 I 4 P I , 4 I fQ'Zif- 1 -I ' v Mkt! 3 m!v'lh .. ,, 1 D " 'if' ""' .... .... ' 2223512 'fliffi' 535- limi. 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BACKS, CAMPBELL lr KAULBARS ........ BAKER'S ........... -..- ,.......,,,...,,.. . ..,......., - ...... . BALLARD'S SPORTSWEAR .,.... - ..... BAND BOX CLEANERS B. B. In H. MOTOR PARTS ...... M. E. BEEBE If CO. .......... . BETZSOLD G CARRYL ...- DR. BOEGE ............... - ....,..... BON EY' S ........, - .......... - .... ...... ..,.. ., ........ ..... BOOTH'S SERVICE ...... ....... .. BOTT'S NURSERY ....... - ........,..,. BOWLING ALLEY ....... - .... - .......... .... .... ,. V. L. BRISCO SHELL SERVICE ....... ...... BROWN 81 HASKINS ................... BUENA PARK SKATING RINK ....... ...... BUFFUM'S ...- ......., --.... ..... ..-- .,.. -.... H. L. BURNS ........................,........,,., - ....... DR. DON BUTKA ............. - ......... .. .... -.. .... . -C- CARL'S DRIVE INN ......... .. ,...... CARMEN'S FLOWER SHOP CASEY-BECKHAM PONTIAC ......,....,.,.... CHAPEL FLORIST ............. .. ..,., .... , - ............. CHEVRON SERVICE, John M. Larson CLARICE ...L ..,........................,....,..,.,........ CONE BROS. ...-..- ................ ............... . .... CONKLIN PRINTING CO. -.........-. CORBY-CORBY-JIM ...- ..., .. .......... COTLERS ........................... - ...,...... - ..,.......... CRISS BUSINESS SCHOOL .................... CROWN BODY ll COACH CORP. ....... . CYPRESS CLEANERS 8. DYERS CYPRESS GARAGE .................... CURRIES ..... ................,.... -D- DAVIES HOME PIE ...... AL DEWITT ....... .. .................. .... - .... - ..... DEWITT'S MARKET ...- .......... -.. .... -.. DOLLER'S RADIO SERVICE ...... ...,.. DUNHAM'S ........................... ... DUNN MOTOR ............... - EL COMEDOR ...... ..... .. ..... .. ........ - ............ INDE TU ADVERTISERS PHILMER ELLERBROEK ....... ..... - ....,....,... ELTISTE COMPANY .......... - ............. ERMISCH CLEANERS ...... ESSEX VARIETY STORE ....... ......... EVIE'S BEAUTY SHOP ...,,. EXCELSIOR ........,........,,........ ...F- WILLIAM M. FACKINER ...,..........,...,.,..... FARMER'S INSURANCE GROUP AL FERNANDEZ . ......,............. - .......... ...,., FIVE POINT'S PHARMACY ...- .... ,,,. , LEAVITT FORD ...,.,,,.,..,.. ,. .... -..N ........ -..-.,, FOSTER'S FREEZE ..,.,.....,.......... - ,.,,.. ,. ...... FOX WEST COAST THEATER ...... FRED'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS ....... ...,.. -5- STEPHEN F. GALLAGH ER ........ GANAHL LUMBER CO. .................. . GIBBS LUMBER CO. ...... - ........ - .,.. . GLENN S CAFE ...............,... GOGERTY MERCURY ...,... - .... -... -H- HEITM ILLER'S TURKEY RANCH HENRY'S DRUG STORE ....... ....... ......,. ,,,. HILGENFELD MORTUARY ............,...-.... HOME OIL CO. ................... - .......... - ....,. . HOMETOWN PRINTERS ..,... L ........ HARRY I. HORN ...,......,........ HURST JEWELRY CO. CHAS. E. IRVIN M.D. ..... .J- JACKSON DRUG STORE ....... .. .......... ,. ..... JOHNSTON-GENDEL ................. - ............. DR'S EDWARD I- DOROTHY JO RDT JUL'S BODY 8. PAINT ...,.,...................,.... WALTER O. JUNGKEIT ....... ...K- E. C. KENDRICK .............. DR. KERSTEN, M.D. KERVIN CAR ....... N .............. KNOTT'S BERRY FARM .,..... KWIKSET LOCKS ................. -L.. LAKE'S MEN ....,.................... LANGSON'S ..........,..,............... LAURETTA'S DRESS SHOP ...... LEE'S NURSERY ...................... VICTOR G. LOLY .............., LUND'S 8. SONS ....... - ...... M. 8- H. MARKET ........................,........... MARTENET HARDWARE ...... MEADE If SONS ....... - .... , ....... RAY N. MENDOZA ...... - ........ - ......... 187 170 187 176 172 193 176 189 182 189 179 168 166 171 167 187 171 191 170 167 194 189 192 183 172 187 186 176 175 172 179 188 169 177 171 176 181 190 172 170 193 182 177 169 184 180 177 169 MERCURY STATIONERS ....,,,,,,., MERRIFIELD TRUCKING ...- ,.,.,, MIDDLETON MOTOR SALES ........ MITCHELL'S GIFT SHOP ........,,... JOHN MITCHELL If CO. .... ..... ........ . MOON'S ..... .....,.,...... - ......,..... JAMES L. MORRIS INS. .... . -Mc... MC COY MOTOR CO. .... .. .....,,. , -N- NADORFF HARDWARE ............,..,,,,,, NARATH'S MUSIC ...,.............,... ,. ,....., NEFF'S PAINT I GLASS CO. ... .,.... . HOMER A. NELSON O.D. .... DR. HAROLD C. NESLUND ..,.......... L N ORTH ROP AIRCRAFT ........... ,... -0- ORANGE COUNTY DRUG ....... -. ORVAL' S ....... - .......... - ..,,...........,,,,,.,. OWSTON 'S .....,, , ................. ..... ...... ..., -Pi PACIFIC TELEPHONE If TELEGRAPH PATTEN-BLINN LUMBER CO. ..,.,,.,,... PENNEY'S ..................... - ...........,,,,.,.,, ,.. PRESSEL. PERRY ll PRESSEL -....,... -9- R. JOE OUAST L SONS ..,.. .R- RAMOS PAINT SHOP ....... - ..... ..... RAY If OSCAR CLEANERS ..... RIUTCEL BROS. ..,.... .. .,.... .. ......... ROBERT-SHAW FU LTON .............. , GLEN ROBINSON Union Oil ...... ...S- S. O. R. STORE .............................,.,..., SAVINGS, LOAN 8. BUILDING ASSN SCHULTZ TOOL In MACHINE MFG. SEDLOCK ...........,.,..... .. .... -. .,......,.........., SHIPKEY A PEARSON ...- ..,............. E. A. SILZLE CORPORATION .......... SMITH-REAFSNYDER ....... - ............ - ..... SPEAR'S PHOTO SHOP .........,.. H. H. STABBERT ...........,.... STEFFY BUICK ,................. .1'... FRANK TAUSCH .......... TAYLOR LUMBER CO. ...... . -W- WEBER'S ............. .. ......................... .... BOB WILLIAMS . ,............,.... ... .............. WILLIAM'S SHOE STORE ..... ,.,.. L. N. WISSER .................... 7a Wfemauam NANCY RAIL . . . '53 MARCH 3 1953 K -I-X13 , av," 1 s Q . n I 1 Yi S, 1 R, K Q E u V ' W, ,, 0 Q ZZ S . .X.w.---Q-uw-N .1- Q-v-11:--.. i 1 I 9 .4 A x W' WW' M A A Ill' r ' . N Q 1 Www v 9 L 'J QR! gk 344 'QP- W 5 K vi I fix TVN 1 's 'f 3aQ' Vu . f??T' ,ki 3,4 vt- fi 'X , X A, , , k n W , A 2' 1 . 5 M 1 L ff? , ww-dn 535: J M, ,T 2 ' 1 qs if f f' gn 'K 'L fm C NUWLEDGMENTS For many months I have longed to see the '53 COLONIST com- pleted. Watching it go through its last stages and then on to the press, telling its story of our campus life with its color, excitement, gayety and sometimes anger. . . I can recall the many 'hours of work spent. . . the times of sorrow and tears . . . and moments of joy for a job well done. None of this could have been possible without the patient and good humored personality of journalism advisor, Mr. Howard Hall, who lent his time wholeheartedly to guide us through this book. Then there were those who worked hard long after the sun had set, but still had a smile that picked us up when we had fallen into the depths of misfortune. They were the efficient and ambitious printers, Mr. Lloyd Ross, and Mr. George Lutz, and their capable typesetters: Jerald Ard, Larry Burns, Frank Busald, jack Crosson, james Mack, Eugene McLaughlin, Melvin Ray, Charles Sowers, and Reese Worden. Appreciation is also due to JoAnne Clark, Vida Lowney, Mari- lyn Miller and Mr. Ralph Wines and the advertising department for their splendid job, to Dick Bell, George Hushman and Mr. Ted Wade for their ambitious photography, to the Peterson Engraving Company and Henderson Trade Bindery who capably handled the technical ends of production. My final words of thanks go to my editors, who have made this book and its contents possible . . . jan Snow, assistant editor, Gary Knox, Administration, Nan Morales, Activity, Delores Wollenman, clubs, Pat Farmer, classes, Betty Murphy, Girls' Sports, Howard Garey, Boys' Sports, and Dotty jiles for her Art work and cover design . . . To those who were not editors, a note of thanks is also necessary. Many lent a hand when we needed it. May this book go with you, that you may always remember your years at AUHS in 1952-53. 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