Anoakia School - Spectator Yearbook (Arcadia, CA)

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Jr mv. il' ' f QUE SHIP E ZX- THE 3 5 SPECTATCDRH hai , f ' ' ' fait ff -C lf CHARTERED E012 THE YEAR .... 1954 E DESTINATIQN -GRADUATION 5 PROLOGUE Our chapel, steadfast rock in lifes stormy st from which we goin strength and courage brave the journey through school days and ir the future. We solute Anoakia, our ship, cor ing us through calm and rough waters to a sc horhor. DEDICATIGN We lovingly dedicate this book to Mr, Berry, Senior class advisor and honorary Captain of the S. S. Spectator. We thank him tor his su- perior navigation at the helm ot our ship as we sailed the seas of our '54 voyage at Anoakia. MR. DYKE BERRY TRUSTEES MR. STERLING PAILING MR. LOVVRY MCCASLIN To our Commodores, Mr. McCosIin ond Mr. Poiling, we give our thanks. Their interest in our school hos mode Anookio great, and we ore proud to be mem- bers of their crew. ADMIIXIISTRATQRS MRS. DOROTHEA BOWERMAN MRS. VVINIFRED JOHNSON Our ship's executive officers, Mrs. Bowerman and Mrs. Johnson, have done c fine iob of guiding us, and we Thank Them. We are happy and proud To have soiled with them. FACULTY To the officers ot our ship, we give a Tremendous vote ot Thanks. To Mr. Berry, Senior Class advisor, and Mrs. Knapp, Mrs. Rarnsey, Mrs. Parker, and Mrs. Goodwin, the other class advisors, we extend our appreciation. Mrs. Parker offered her help as Li- brary Committee and Social Service advisor, and Miss Hill helped the Student Council over the rough spots, plus counseling C.S.F. The Look-Out and Spec- tator were guided by Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. Bower- rnan respectatively, and Mrs. Knapp and Mr. Berry were on hand at Athletic meetings to otter sugges' tions. To these and the rest of the faculty including Mrs. Monk, Mrs. Haney, Mrs. Glassco, Mrs. Mueller, Miss Brooks, Mrs. Ortiz, Mrs. Knipe, ond Mrs. Wil cocks, we say, "Thank you." MRS. BOVVERMAN-ENGLISH IV MISS BROOKS MATHEMATICS IO FACULTY K ,N S MRS. GLASSCO f ff CHEMISTRY MRS. GOODWIN f MUSIC QU MRS. HANEY 3-A HISTORY MISS HILL ---Y FRENCH II FACULTY MRS. ORTIZ - SPANISH MRS. PARKER - BIOLOGY MRS. RAMSEY - ENGLISH MRS. WILCOCKS - ART -1- F?'E.'f5,5I, If ' s digg- ...N 1' ,M-..,,. fi ,,.,,,....,...m M I A Y ,F if . ,., ,, ,eg 2-G 1 u if Q QE Q is QE is 7' ' 2 x 5593 www" 'x A ' ii mx N .Nw Q if 3. Q it Q J' MARTA VILLASENOR "Women are ufifer than nzen became they know len and undermzna' nzoref'-Sleplaenf Marta comes from down Mexico way and has been at Anoakia since the eighth grade. During the eighth grade and in her freshman year, she was president of her class. Last year, as a iunior, having skipped her sophomore year, she was elected Treasurer of the Student Body and served on the Student Council. Her big achievement this year was holding the office of Senior Class President, and she did a commendable iob arranging such proiects as Ditch Day, the Senior fashion show, and the Flower-Mother-Daughter party. Marta is a staunch member of the Blue team. Her Flower Daughter is Sharon Adams. She is undecided as to a career, but she is contemplating studying architecture at the University of Mexico. wi JANE BAUDER "The coast wax clear."-Drayton Jane, known to all as "Punky," has been at Anoakia for three years. Her first year here, she received the honor of being chosen as one of the Princesses of the May Festival. Punky has added greatly to the Athletic Department, having served on such teams as swimming, volley- ball, and riding. Characterized by a mischevious manner and a bubbling personality, she is constantly reminiscing over her "fabulous weekends." A whiz in the laboratory, earmarked by the tinkling of test tubes, her ambition lies in the field of chemistry. Punky is a loyal member of the White team, as is her Flower Daughter, Sally Albright. Her final goal lies at U. S. C. GERI BLOEMER "1 know what I like and tlmllr enozzghf' Walcoll Geri hails from Bakersfield and came to Anoakia last year. Her chief interest lies in athletics, and she served this year as head of the swim- ming team. The results of her constant enthusiasm and effort were evident not only in swimming, but in our volleyball and basketball meets also. Next year, Geri is planning to attend U. S. C., where, besides participating in physical education, she has high hopes of training to be the country's foremost woman real estate broker. Geri's Flower Daughter is Reggie Wright. She is a member of the Blue team. LIBBY BOYD 'The .rupreme laappinesx of life if the conviction that we are loved." -Hugo Libby, our hard working Head of the Cinnamon Drop, comes to us from Riverside. Due to her excellent management of the "Drip," the senior class treasury has been well supplied this year. Libby's beautiful soprano voice has added greatly to the Music Department, and for the past two years, she has been a member of the Glee Club and the Ensemble. Libby, whose future lies in the vicinity of Cal Poly, is heard urging her team, the Blue, on to victory. Her Flower Daughter is Jewell Cowan. ANN DOBBS "Ola, I am .ftabbed with laugloteulf' Shakespeare The one thing completely characteristic of Ann is her bubbling laughter, which when coming to the surface, is so contagious that everyone else is sent into gales of sheer amusement. Ann has been at Anoakia since her freshman year, with the exception of her sophomore year, which she spent at South Pasadena. During her junior year at Anoakia, Ann served as Treasurer of her class and extracted dues with great tact. Always a good athlete, Ann excels at many sports, tennis being her strong point. This year, she held the office of President of the Athletic Council, and besides planning many meets, she organized the traditional Athletic Banquet. Ann plans to continue school at Stanford, where we know she will succeed. Like her Flower Daughter, Joan Hawkins, she is a member of the White team. is gy 2 1 MARY LGU FCDRBES "To thine own self be true," Shakespeare "Forbsie," as she is known to all, came to Anoakia in her sophomore year. She was off to an excellent start by being elected Secretary of the Student Body, and the next year, she followed up her activity in student government by being elected to the office of Vice-President of the Student Body. This year, Mary Lou has been the main drive behind the White team, serving as its Head and being on the Athletic Council. Known around the campus as the girl with a winning smile and a "teddy bear" nose, her ambition is to pursue an Education maior at either Scripps or U.S.C. Her Flower Daughter is Donna Quiggle. JANE HELMICK "I make the most of all that comet and the least of all that goesf' -Teafdale Throughout her four years at Anoakia, Jane's lite has been full of activities. In her freshman year, she was President of Hilltop. During her sophomore year, she held the office of Secretary of Athletics. As a iunior, Jane served as Vice-President of the House Council. This year, as a senior, she was Head of Social Service and did a laudable iob collecting sums for worthy causes. Her most noted job, however, was being Social Chairman for the House this year, for her blind dates secured the success ot many events. She has been a member of the Tennis Ladder for two years as a Blue. Her Flower Daughter is Lonnie Hamson. She expects to attend Mount Vernon in Washington, D.C. I VIRGINIA I-ICDPPE "Life if my college. May 1 graduate well, and earn .rome la0n01f5."' -Alroll "Ginger" is indeed one of our few geniuses. A life member of C.S.F., she's maintained high grades all during her five years at Anoakia. With a determined spirit, Ginger has successfully been Head of the Library, Editor of the Lookout, Associate Editor of the Annual, and a member of Student Council for two years. Since her lifelong ambition has been to be a doctor, she intends to pursue medicine at Stanford. A proud member of the White team, she has served Anoalcia faithfully. Her Flower Daughter is Mary Guthrie. JACCQUELINE KALLAL "The rea! character of a man ix found out by laix amusement." -Reynoldx Jackie has been at Anoakia but a year, having come to us from Monte- cito. Off and on this year she has been a boarder and ioined in house activities. Her talent lies in the game of tennis, and she was a member of the '54 Tennis Ladder. She is characterized by her flowing pony tail, which is seen bobbing around the campus. Her big class accomplish- ment was to keep us all in stitches on Ditch Day with her various iokes and anecdotes. She is one of our strong Whites. Her Flower Daughter is Carol Smith. Jackie is undecided as to a college, but we are sure that she will succeed wherever she goes. it in ANN KEILHOLTZ "Fm tipxy with laughter."-Tbackeray "Annie" is one of the littlest of our class, but her bark is mighty During her four years at Anoakia she has participated in many activities. She held the office of President of her class in her sophomore year. In '53, she was Vice-President of the Athletic Council and served in this office capably. This year, Ann had the difficult job of keeping track of the senior class finances, but extracted money from her classmates with great finesse. She has long been a staunch supporter of the Blue team. Her Flower Daughter is Julie Pyle. Ann is a little undecided about college, but hopes to wind up at Colorado or Cal. BARBARA KITCHEN "HA fery foot but mmic in "L"-Mifkle Spirit and loyalty tor her school have marked 'iBobbi's" two years at Anoakia. An ardent follower of the arts, she was a member of the Ensemble and Glee Club both her iunior and senior years. Her artistic talents will be sadly missed as we recall her work as Art Editor of the Lookout and of the Annual. As Head ot Blues, she served on the Athletic Council and took an active interest in such sports as volleyball, basket- ball, and swimming. Her Flower Daughter is Cyndy Eaton. Her ambition lies in television work at U.S.C. "Men of few LQUISE LEFLER wordf are the bex! menfl-Slaakexpeare "Louie" is indeed one of Anoakia's top-notch tennis players. She has represented us at Oiai for the past two years, and this year was elected Head of Tennis, an office which gave her a seat on the Athletic Council. She served the senior clas this year also, for she was our reliable secre- tary and took minutes accurately for every meeting. Besides all these activities, Louise has given of her talents for the last two years on both ' H the Lookout and the Annual staffs. Her future is to be at Pomona. er ' ' ' mber of the White Flower Daughter IS Lauretta Anslyn. Louise IS a me team. CARGL MALOUF "God bleu the man who jiri! invented deep."-Saxe "Maloufie" is a longtime member of Anoakia's boarding department, having been here for all of five years. In her freshman year, she was a member of the now famous "Junior Varsity" in practically every notable sport. During her senior year, she has held the esteemed position of Vice-Head of the Cinnamon Drop and helped supply us with mouth- filling goodies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Carol is renowned for her long tresses, which, odly enough, change color from time to time. Even though small in stature, she holds her own in any argument, especially about her team, the Blues. Her Flower Daughter is Pat Hicks. Her future plans in education lie at U.S.C. l E ANNE MGRRIS "The thought! of youth are long, long thoughts?-Longfellow Editor-in-Chief of this worthy book describes Anne perfectly. Efficient and tactful in her relations, she has accomplished this difficult task. Coming to Anoakia in her iunior year, Anne first served on the Lookout staff and wrote many profound articles. ln athletics, her best sport is basketball, which she plays only as an avid Blue. Her talent at the keyboard is well-renowned and, occasionally, she entertains her class- mates. In both her junior and senior years, she has been a member of the C.S.F. and is a recognized brain. Further study of music is Anne's goal, which she intends to pursue at Mills, and with her ambition, she should go far. Her Flower Daughter is Jean Murphy. JACKLYN MURPHY "Every age loaf in pleaxurey, its .flyle of wit, and its own ways? --Boileau-Despreaux "Pony tail" of Anoakia came to us in her sophomore year. Since then, her spirit has been shown in her bustle ot activity. ln her sophomore year, she held the office of Treasurer ot her class. She continued her occupation of collecting money both in her iunior and in her senior year by working with the magazine sale and Social Service. Jockie's most notable accomplishment, however, was the act of introducing Anoakia to Flintridge, from which she obtained first and foremost advantage. Her college life will be at U.S.C. Her Flower Daughter is Norma Hoeneman. Jackie is a member of the White team. f MARJORIE NORRIS "He dotlo nothing but talk of loix h01'5e."'-Shakespeare "Margie" comes to us from the fascinating country of Japan, and the stories of her life there are full of fun, as is her own personality. Her favorite topic and sport is riding, at which she is an able and talented horsewoman. Although Margie has been at Anoakia but a year, entering as a senior, she was elected Vice-President of her class. Her most identifying feature is her flaming red, shortly clipped hair, which she has been patiently attempting to grow out for a great length of time. Margie is a member of the White team. Her Flower Daughter is Susanna Mester. She plans to attend Bryant. NANCY OFFUTT "To unpfztlaed walerf, zmdreamed slaoref,"-Shakexpemfe "Nikki" arrived at Anoakia at the beginning of her sophomore year, and since then, her life here has been unusually full of activities. As far as athletics go, Nikki has participated in such sports as tennis, basketball, and volleyball. Having a keen literary mind, she has served on both the Lookout and the Spectator staffs. Nikki is a strong member of the C.S.F., having been its President in her iunior year, and she even managed to remain a member of this organization in her senior year, when she held the high office of Head of the House. Nikki is a member of the White team. Her Flower Daughter is Colene Campbell. She hopes to attend U.S.C. NANCY OWEN "It if better to lose than to win at the Jacrifice of an idea." Nancy is truly a remarkable and admirable member of the senior class. First and foremost, we shall remember her as our Student Body President and the instigator of a great deal of the student government ot 54. During her junior year, she served as president ot the class, and it was at this time that she planned the spectacular Junior-Senior Prom. Nancy's other talents lie in the field ot sports. At swimming and riding she has excelled, and she has represented Anoakia at Oiai for three consecutive years. She is a Ml-lall of Fame" member of the White team, having passed the gold "A" goal. Her Flower Daughter is Betty Boezinger. Her destination is Cal. BETTY PLETSCI-l "I haven? been abroad in .fo long that I almost speak Englifb without an acrentf'-Benclcvley Betty is our world traveler, and many of us have heard about her daring adventures in other countries. She has been at Anoakia for a total of four and a half years, her freshman and part of her sophomore year being spent elsewhere. This year, as a senior, Betty has served as the Assistant Head of the Cinnamon Drop, and could be seen roaring from Anoakia to Sierra Madre and back in her car with supplies for the "Drip." She inevitably approaches us with the greeting "Hi! Gang!" and she is well known by her cropped locks, which she keeps at their shaggy best. Betty is crossing her fingers for Stanford. Her Flower Daughter is Ann Brandt. Her many years at Anoakia have been spent as a member of the Blue team. WINIFRED PROPFE "He does it with better grace, but I do it more natural."-Sbakefpeare "Winnie" arrived at Anoakia in her sophomore year. She hails from the town of Colusa, a town dear to the hearts of many seniors, who recall many "fabulous vacations" spent with the Propfes. In her sopho- more year, Winnie was elected to the office of Vice-President of her class and in that same year, she was also paid the great honor of being chosen the Queen of the May Festival. As a senior, Winnie has par- ticipated a great deal in athletics, serving on the Athletic Council as Head of Skiing and Head of Western Riding. She is a loyal White. Her Flower Daughter is Pat Wilcox. MARTHA SMITH "I ne'er know my humor 'til I mb my shim against it."-Shakespeare - "Marty," as she is known to us, calls Vista her home. She entered Anoakia in her junior year, and at that time served as Treasurer of the House Council and Vice-President of her class. Marty has served Anoakia well in athletics with her talents in swimming and basketball. ln addition to these activities, she has been a member of the Spectator staff. As for college, Marty is debating whether to study Dramatics at Mills or at U.S.C. She is a tried and true member of the White team. Her Flower Daughter is Joan LeBeau. CELIA THORSEN "God forbid if I Jhozzla' go to any loemfen in which there are no la ones." -Marblam "Cece" hails from the rain and fog of Oregon, and has been a student of Anoakia for t ' ' wo years now. In her lunior year, she held the office of Junior Class Treasurer, and as a senior one could al f , ways ind Cece enthusiastically engaged in selling oranges to the boarders in order to gain money for the House treasury, she being its Treasurer. Cece is an eager participant of athletics as a Blue, but her main interests are centered around riding and tennis. She held an esteemed position on the Athletic Council, being the Head of English Riding. Her Flower Daughter is Val Chappellet. She plans to continue her sch l' oo ing at Briar Cliff. CLASS PRCDPI-LECY We predict that Jane Bauder, after several interesting years, will have finally accepted her tenth proposal to marry a Texas cattle rancher. We predict that Geri Bloemer, unimpressed by the English Channel, will be attempting to swim the Atlantic. We predict that Libby Boyd will have iust successfully opened her 100th "Cinnamon Drop" candy store, one of many throughout the United States. We predict that Ann Dobbs will be awarded a gold medal by the "Keep Cheerful Society of America" for possessing the most unusual laugh of the 20th century. We regret to predict that Mary Lou Forbes will be suffering a nervous breakdown after being asked to be the photography editor of her local newspaper. We predict that Jane Helmick will be ardently campaigning from door-to-door for the Repub- lican party. We predict that Virginia Hoppe, after years of study and practice, will be recognized as the foremost woman surgeon of the age. We predict that Jackie Kallal will have recently completed her best-selling book, "The Trials and Tribulations of a Pony Tail." We predict that Ann Keilholtz will have attained the position of prima ballerina of the Sadler Wells ballet company. We predict that Bobbi Kitchen will be rocking the city of Las Vegas with her sensational song and dance routines. We predict that Louise Lefler, residing in one of her fashionable self-originated homes for re- tired tennis champions, will be spending her spare time dusting off her many accumulated trophies. ' . We predict that Carol Malouf, owner and founder of Malouf Modern Motors, lnc., will be zooming around Palm Springs in her newest model: a lowered copy of a Jaguar, which not only flies, but swims, too. We predict that Anne Morris will attain her lifelong suppressed desire to be a "lady of leisure." We predict that Jackie Murphy will be dutifully herding her triplet sons to all Flintridge Prep functions. We predict that Margie Norris will be teaching the language and culture of Japan to future Anoakia students. We predict that Nikki Offutt, wife of aging Marlon Brando, will have attained her life's ambi- tion as a successful, rather eccentric movie director. We predict that Nancy Owen, with her extensive knowledge of British laws and customs, will be the United States ambassador to England. We predict that Betty Pletsch will be spending perpetual vacations on the Rivieria with her millionaire husband, Baron Otto Von Klinker. We predict that Winnie Propfe will be the only millionaire skunk rancher in the world. We predict that Marty Smith will put her home town of Vista on the map by discovering oil in her own back yard. We predict that Cece Thorsen will be the hard-working assistant tennis instructor for Anoakia. We predict that Marta Villasenor will be the wife of the newly-elected president of Mexico. CLASS WILL -"THE LCG" I, Jane Bauder, will my perpetual appetite to Sharon Adams, who needs it more than I do. I, Geri Bloemer, will my body building exercises ancl bar bells to Sheila Roberts. I, Liby Boyd, will my ability to stick to one boy to Jewell Cowan. I, Ann Dobbs, will my ability to mispronounce Italian to Sally Albright. I, Mary Lou Forbes, will my "teddy bear" nose to Juli Smock. I, Jane Helmick, will my gift of sarcasm to Pat Hicks in hope that she may make use of it in future years. I, Virginia Hoppe, will my talent to appear innocent when guilty to Joyce Lippey. I, Jackie Kallal, will my pony tail, which I have steadily grown sick of for a period of two years, to Joan Hawkins. I, Ann Keilholtz, will the senior privilege of drinking coffee to all members of the iunior class. I, Bobbi Kitchen, will my iob as chief hair dresser for Anoakia's boarding department to Ann Gantes, in hopes that she may have the thriving business that I have had. I, Louise Lefler, will my mania for tennis to Betty Boezinger. I, Carol Malouf, after five years at Anoakia, will leave. l, Anne Morris, will great quantities of pills and coffee to others, like myself, who are accus- tomed to burning the midnight oil. I, Jackie Murphy, will my worn-out seat in the bleachers at Flintridge Prep to Jean Murphy. I, Margie Norris, will my duck tail to Sharon Adams in fair trade for her pony tail. I, Nikki Offutt, will my private radar system, which has served me faithfully through my years at Anoakia, to Lonnie Hamson. l, Nancy Owen, will my eternal misunderstanding of the monocot to Cyndy Eaton. I, Betty Pletsch, will my "curly" locks to Penny Hartwell. I, Winnie Propfe, will my great ability to spell to Mrs. Bowerman. I, Marty Smith, will my many loves to Penny Hartwell, knowing that she will use them in future years. I, Cece Thorsen, will my perpetual innocence on the tennis courts to anyone else who finds it to her advantage. I, Marta Villasenor, will my constant excuses of ill health to Mrs. Knapp, to anyone else who can get away with it. 39 4? W, A .wi 15 5 S 155115 X W 1. , , ..1:.aA,,A .,,, q xi .4 I 4 'Q f Q 4 S eng' M 3 U N D E R C L A S S JUIXIICDR CLASS Jean Murphy fam M President Joan LeBeau Mrs. Knapp Vice-President Class Advisor These are next year's happy passengers. As the flower daugh' ters ot The Senior Class, they planned and sponsored the Junior- Senior Prom, which was one of the highlights of the year. Their rnaior project this year was their magazine sale. ln addition, they wrote and published our ship's paper, The Look-Out, Betty Boezinger CYf1ClY ECITOVT Treasurer SSCVSTOVY . w , me Sharon Adams 5 l Jewell Cowan Pat Hicks K A ., ,x Julie Pyle JUIXIICDR CLASS J 3 vu +9 Elm? S Q 1 g ' .... . . x g -.M Laurerta Anslyn Cynthia Eaion me Q Rss X , Norma Hoeneman H: vjiil u lu, I I Donna Quiggle Berry Boezinger Mary Gulhrie gzmw 5 Ann Brandt Jeanette Hamson Joan LeBeau Patricia Wilcox Susana Mesfer 5 .. - X-X, ix xl ' Reggie Wright Colene Campbell QP' Joan Hawkins 'ES Jean Murphy J SQPI-IQMGRE CLASS R Carol Smith President S 2' Cathy Schad Mrs. Ramsey Vice-President Class Advisor The Sophomore Class was one of the more active groups on our ship. ln March it gave a dance with a theme of "Blue Heaven" and had Marshall Cram as its orchestra. ln addition, the May Queen and her court ot two princesses were chosen from this class. This queen and her court reigned over the May Festival. Sally Sue Evans Secretary-Treasurer SGPI-ICDIVKDRE CLASS Sally Albright Patsy Jo Beale Sally Evans Fredrica Finlay '--..., AKA C 7 n bl C wk? Lois Linsley Barbara Mullender Valerie Chappellet Barbara Grubman Catherine Shad sw-w w .- as Q Pb su . if K 1 X fx W C 11 W X if A, W Claudette Clock an an .wg 1 'figs f' Linda Hervey .Ai if X Nancy Davidson , Q "' Mary Lee lrwin Carol Smith Patricia Wedell FRESHMEIXI CLASS 5 4 rw-W Chi Chi Meairs President Julie Smack MVS- P0fl4e' Vice-President CIOSS AClVlS0r This year's freshman class has been more in evidence than any ot the previous ones. As young midshipmen, the members of this class have shown promise in both sports and academic achievement. Already they have contributed to the basketball, volleyball, baseball, and riding teams. The tennis ladder also claims members ot this group. We expect much from this class in the future. Penny Hartwell Treasurer Lynne Kaesemeyer Secretary FRESHMEIXI CL!-XSS Wmggglv 'warm . igiwkgmig 3 H Wfiiz. , ggggg- 5 1 . r --: w FX Q M. . 4 x S Tona Davider Sara Sue Dix Jane Harrison Penny Hartwell Patricia Hoiles L Q K Sharon Kreum Joyce Lippey Ann Meairs Jean Murdy Lynne aesemeyer ' F -is Q Q S si. hfli Smock Geraldine Wedell LGWER SCT-TCDCDL 5 Koren Koesemeyer Vice-President If ff' x Gingo Bowman President Mrs. Goodwin Advisor The Lower School is The youngest port ot our crew ond is in troining for its future role ot Anookio. Its members ore Ieorn- ing Their jobs ond responsibilities os o closs. One ot the biggest proiects of The yeor Tor them was Their cup coke sole in Morch. The other was the porty put on by the school Tor them and the freshmen. . Shelio Roberts Treasurer Comillcl McCoslin Secretory .1 WN x Ginga Bowman Karen Kaesemeyer LCDWER SC!-ICDCDL fx X Kofhy Dumont Sheila Roberts Sharon Ellmcm Ann Gomes 5 Camilla McCaslin Susan Romsey Jean Royce Julia Thomson F v , x N, :Q X ,X ' ,X .t-. - x x wi YM M X 17 I Q J f N91 X 3 X xx X fgilj. K Li N X X 'Q .X , ,I w....,,, - 'VX Boorders' Arrivcal . . .... Sfuolenf Council Barbecue lnifiofion ........ ...Blue and Wlwife Grill Dinner AThIeTic-Annual Dance .... ......... R ing Ceremony Ditch Day ............. ..,. T hanksgiving Chapel Thanksgiving Vocation. .. .... Flower Mother-Daughter Pc1rTy Christmas Dance ....... ......... C hrisfrnos Open House Boaralers Christmas Dinner. .. .. .Chrisfmas Festival Christmas Chapel ........ ..ChrisTmas Vacation NY gfiifgig?-E5 Semester Exams. , , . . .Fofher-Doughfer Bcmquef C. L .Jopnomore Dcmce. , ..............., . Senior Fashion Show. .. .. .Boarders' Dance Easfer Chapel ........ . . .Easfer Vacafion Junior-Senior Prom. .. ....... Family Day Fashion Show Tea .... .... A Thlefic Banquet in-cliff if 'Ng 'S--... Baccalaureate ........... ...Last Day of School Lower School Graduation. . . . . .Senior Graduation gg 34" PCDETRY CCDIXITEST GREY HORSE A grey horse comes with The stroke of Twelve When a town is silent and dark. Through every house he must prowl and delveg Stand your ground, or he'll leave his mark. He may gallop through a Tall fir tree, Or look for him near a tower, But his favorite haunT's a stormy seag His hoofs bend ships with their power. Hark! Listen for his nickering. At first he softly calls. Watch for the lamp's first flickering Lest he gallop through the hall. Colene Campbell POETRY CONTEST THIS ONE ALONE My heart is frigid like a stone, My soul is brittle and dry, And l am known to walk alone But never known to cry. My mind is stern in stoic strength, Time's grey years adorn my head- l watch the dread day's endless length I watch the dread day's endless length And envy no one but the dead. Cynthia Eaton A SON OF JEWELS Corners of the sun, wheeling in their flight, Tiny Pleiades, glowing fierce and white. Everyone a soul, imprisoned in a star Flaring, dying, calling from afar. Topaz, tourmaline, ruby, tiger-eye Jade, turquoise, glinting lapis-lazuli Green and golden chips of the moon, Diamonds sparkling brighter than the noon. Crystalied through ages, glinting hard and bright Topaz, tiger-eye, burning through the night. They have witnessed eons, ever bright and strong Defying man and elements through the ages long, What could be more wise, more beautiful than jewels? Cynthia Eaton , wh X fssxfw .:: ..... ii W K , '23 ' Z b. M I 3 1 A sggiggsw f . f Y QE EW iwa, X av Wfii ' , ,X .V ' L: ' if 1 U Niaikff ,wg its A X 1 i gr S QA W ,swg Y. 5 W if QW X Q X Mag A i i wg? , X , A gif is M SW A fi X D 'Q' in 4 ,-.,,: STUDENT CCDUNCIL NANCY OWEN President of Student Body Joan Hawkins Sharon Adams Patsy Jo Beale Treasurer Vice-Presidenf Secretary 'Q STUDENT CCDUIXICIL MEMBERS CLOCKWISE1 Jean Murphy, Virginia Hoppe, Ann Meairs, .lane Helmick, Ginga Bowman, Marta Villasenor, Sharon Adams, Nancy Owen, Patsy Jo Beale, Nikki Offutt, Anne Morris, Carol Smith, Ann Dobbs, and Marty Smith. Our Student Council is indeed an excellent example of the ad- ministration of student government. Besides carrying out this function, the council sponsored such events as the Christmas formal. HOUSF COUIXICIL Mary Guthrie Vice-President Q NANCY OFFUTT President of House Mrs. Rupp Head of Residence Cece Thorsen Treasurer HOUSE CQUIXICIL MEMBERS CLOCKWISE: Gingo Bovvmon, Cece Thorsen, Jone Helrnrck, Nikki Olfutr, Mory Guthrie Sharon Kreirn, Lindo Hervey, and Morfy Smith. The chief function of The House Council is To coordinofe o success- ful program for The boorclers. The boarders' donce was one of The rnony resident ociivifies Tho? The council sponsored This yeor. CHAPEL BGARD MARTHA SMITH Head of Chapel Our ships chapel and Chapel Board have been of The besf. Through this organizations efforts, daily services and Sun- day vespers have been possible. LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Smifh, .loan LeBeau, Marty Smith, Barbara Kitchen, Nancy Owen SQCIAL SERVICE .kg :ai . idk? - tl ' sf fs f' A ,Sail 1 lx .'-.. f.:'5?5X. 5. S A, Em-. ., . . Niggas ,. , Jane Helmick, Head of Social Service One of Anoakias most outstanding contributions This year through Social Service, was her aid to the Pasadena Girl's Club, one of many worthwhile causes that this organization has sup- ported, MEMBERS STANDING: Sharon Krein, Pat Hicks, Cathy Schad, .lane Helmick, Lois Linsley, Colene Campbell, and Ginga Bowman, SEATED: Jean Royce and Geri Bloemer, THE SPECT!-WOR STAFF I fkt I-f I , ANNE MORRIS VIRGINIA HOPPE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR TOP ROW: Mary Lou Forbes, Louise Lefler, Barbara Kitchen. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Offutt, Jane Helmick, Martha Smith. LOOK - OUT STAFF COLENE CAMPBELL ASSISTANT EDITOR NORMA HOENEMAN EDITOR v' -N1 MRS. RAMSEY ADVISOR STANDING: Cindy Eaton, Jean Murphy, Colene Campbell. SEATED1 Sharon Adams, Norma Hoeneman, Ann Brandt, TI-TE DRIP LIBBY BOYD CAROL MALOUF BETTY PLETSCH The Cinnamon Drop, o populor ship-siole snock bor, is frequented by oll mem- bers of The crew. 3 LIBRARY CQIVIIVIIITEE SALLY SUE EVANS CHAIRMAN MRS. PARKER FACULTY ADVISOR LEFT TO RIGHT: Cece Thorsen, Fredricci Finlay, Sally Sue Evans, Donna Quiggie, Betty Pletsch, Carol Molouf, Morto Villosenor, Virginia Hoppe, Gingci Bowman. C. S, F. MARY YOUNG CHAIRMAN MISS HILL FACULTY ADVISOR LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Offuft, Anne Morris, Fredrico Finlay, Virgmicx Hoppe, Sally Sue Evons. I ...I MQTHERS' CLUB MRS. ADAMS, PRESIDENT IT is The Mothers' Club which plons our ship's feos. IT olso helps chorf our course Throughout The yeor, ond is ocfive of many ever1Ts. Members of the Mothers' Club serving of ihe Senior Fashion Show Teo. FATHERS' CLUB MR. HELMICK, PRESIDENT Our Tennis Team's Trip to Ojai, our swimming coaching, and our typing lessons have been made possible by The Fathers' Club and Their annual Family Day Cake Sale. Anookia fathers ot vhe Faiher-Daughler Banquet. U O 0 r FY. ,LK 1,3-. P-1 nh. 111' Q K Q 'yu . vw aw mm J' 9 A X , pf, '25, x KL My 1 1: . .Q lik, ,3 VN r Q N . ki' ' if " " 'M 1. as e MW A X Aff Y vfiii-f 5, 1 4,4-, ,fy F' Qu. y .M X xxx W'-W s. N- , 'ff' . N' K S .,,,,,,.v-I ,xx M M ,W A is A - 4 " ,vis 'Q J- M M, t V N, , .W .W,..A . - ' mlm. 'P klxirxg Q..-Q, - fiasxm -F, X ,v .yy-A "M A ' , " .1-...x ,'f' - sv- vm N I at Q gn Aw 4 , me ":f'4"'Y x ,..-an-'L , W- ,, fkMwguhus..M , '-wrsgg "'f"'? is-'G 'TN 1? .1 ,u . 4 x A ff Q siimbwvww wwmpms in-. wx? C W- W.. .unaw- Q., 'E sxhwl rf fqf,n'3s lg' ! ag -15 Y FQ., J 1 6 as-'Sana mf. 10- I, Q .ww 'M' M x C Cn S' 'L 'S 1 'Vt' N,. px 9 Q fn xg is Y Ky I x " w ' 'K me f nf Vg f R Q Nw Q :..-f- . Ep Q' ,Q ATI-IIETIC CCDUNCII ,, The 1, ANN DOBBS, PRESIDENT OF ATHLETICS Mory Gmhrie, Treasurer Colene Campbell, Vice-President SoIIy Albright, Secretory ATHLETIC CCDUIXICIL MEMBERS STANDING: Colene Campbell, Mary Lou Forbes, Bobbi Kitchen, and Geri Bloemer. MEMBERS SEATED1 Nancy Owen, Mary Guthrie, Louise Lefler, Ann Dobbs, Cece Thorsen, Winnie Propfe, and Par Wilcox, The Aihleiic Council, besides planning our various infer-school meefs This year, put on The Afhlefic Banquet, and also joined with The Annual staff in sponsoring The Athletic-Annual dance. BLUE TEAM W BARBARA KlTCHEN, HEAD OF BLUE TEAM Blue Cheerleaders: Jocm LeBec1u cmd BeTTy Boezinger f .J 'W NS? WHITE TEAM MARY LOU FORBES, HEAD OF WHITE TEAM WhiTe Cheerleaders: Joan Hawkins ond Marty Smith TENNIS LOUISE LEFLER, HEAD OF TENNIS LEFT TO RIGHT: Louise Lefler, Jean Murdy, Cece Thorsen, Jane Harrison, Nancy Owen, Donna QuiggIe, Nancy Offuft, Ann Dobbs, Sally Sue Evans, Mr. Berry. TENNIS TENNIS TEAM-MEMBERS: Jean Murdy, Cece Thorsen, Louise Lefier, Nancy Owen, Dobbs, and Mr, Berry. Tennis at Anoakia has indeed been outstanding through the years. With the excellent instruction of Mr. Berry, our team has represented us at many meets, among them, the Oiai Tennis Tournament, and the annual Anoakia Invitational Tennis Tourna- ment. ,......-1 Nikki Offutt, Ann SWIMMING GERI BLOEMER, HEAD OF SWIMMING LEFT TO RIGHT: Geri Bloemer, Winnie Prcpfe, Margie Norris, Suro Sue Dix, Pot Hicks, Nancy Owen RIDING I., X we BASS I , me fi WINNIE PROPFE, HEAD OF WESTERN CECE THORSEN, HEAD OF ENGLISH STANDING: Joyce Lippey, Regina Wright, Donno Quiggle, Vol Choppellett, ComiIIc1 lVIcCosIin KNEELING: Cece Thorsen, Winnie Propfe. VOLLEYBALL PAT WILCOX, HEAD OF VOLLEYBALL STANDING: Nancy Owen, Winnie Propfe, Ann Dobbs, Jone Bouder, Borboro Kitchen, Geri Bloemer, Sharon Adams, Vol Choppelet KNEELING: Patsy Jo Beale, Pot Hicks, Shoron Kreim, Mary Helen Guthrie, Marty Smith, Nancy Offutt, Jean Murphy. BASKETBALL Ysgn Mcury Helen Guthrie, Heod of BoskeTboIl F' 'rv' STANDING: Vol Chczppeler, Cece Thorsen, Geri Bloemer, Nancy Offun, Borboro Kutchen KNEELING1 Sharon Kreirn, Mary Helen Guthrie, Sharon Adams. BADMIIXITCDN LEFT TO RIGHT: Vo! Choppelleff, Jean Murphy, Nancy Offutt, Cece Thorsen. 90 ARCHERY LEFT TO RIGHT: Borbcrc Grubman, Virginia Hoppe, Morto Vilicsenor Corol Molouf. SKIING BASEBALL STANDING: Val Chappellett, Cece Thorsen, Geri Bloemer, Nancy Offuft Barbara Kitchen. KNEELING: Sharon Kreim, Mary Gufherie, Sharon Adams. LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Malouf, Donna Quiggle. Marta Villasenor, Nancy Davidson, Virginia Hoppe, Laurerva Anslyn, Winnie Propfe. 91 SPG RTS A Blue and White swim meet As we come to the end of the year, we look back upon many exciting sporting events. Ranking high among these were the Anoakia Invitational Tennis Tourn- ament and the Inter-School Horse Show. Other outstanding interschool events in- A member ot the riding team before a show. HIGHLIGHTS cluded the volleyball and basketball playdays, swimming meets, the baol- minton tournament, a n d baseball games. Intramural competition was heightened by Blue and White games. A Blue and White basketball game. Anoakio girls at the Anoakio Invitational Tennis Tournament 'fi ir an E? i g 41' Q5 4' .Bye ,V M hh 532- ' iw, X ,A ,. pp, ,Asyagki 3- . rl r?'3"'? Il 3 K 41,-gf, A ff 4531" " Jw vu: 4 .-Q I SX.. + 'X px .. Q- ,,f 6 'f' are Msn. 5 ' X w 3,9 5 ' , 1 rx di? '. x-1. .K x fan . ' ' I :x.S1 xx-gx ,hr M' :xv X 5' , 5 " P ug. ig. fa 4 fx:-4. 7 Tang 4 Q 'ff 1 ,Y , go v" l ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The sTaTf of The 1954 SpecTaTor wishes To Thanklthe Sergis AlberTs' Studio for Their excellent phoTography, and also wishes To oc- knowledge The excepfional work of The AclverTising ProducTion Service, publishers, Monrovia, California. l'l0lllZEl' Q Cl"EC1fl0fl , . . 'YEARBOOKS FOR THE DISCRIMINATING' Gfowverfisbzq gjroducfiorz Service .Monrovia k Gaflforrzia

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