Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 120
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1951 volume:
J Kama! zu. Ja,a,.4,,f
, w wx 132-55
f Y if
"W 4 ,sg 26 Q
DSXYX Q92 -if 'N
X Q. ff? -E' 2 S' 5
xbfl, fzfflfl ip ,Kp
rw Q MLRC:
N5 jf- X
xt, E 757
X., X Cjf 'K
i WWQVN 54 QR
7 f fv'v67m
JAMMW www? P515
mv fwwyvjyff wwf K
. PM N?
NW hm F!! 7215170
Q59 3 3
0 JV fffff
,X ,L QW
GMM ff Pl ff' 'CTW LM
59 ,JWJWW ff-R Q X
WU WW xl w L
:J , 5
x ,XX SAX f
I ' XXX5 667 F I fc ,Ll A
, Q W- ,O ,fy ,xg ' gc N 'Z D ,fx .
lx I, JFK X526 QE jx Q, V 7,4 22 Aw?
f N9 , 45 ff X. cg 7? M ,Y ig, 5 1. if
4 ,F W GM fq f "4 QQ? 6
k , L ww ff, 1, I nv
KC gf? ' H If 1 XI!! W W Aw ,. Q i JI . if K4 x fx W. :KT , xiii
X , X41 V, ,vb N Q Xxyhzv. my , x N it A A A xx lt I 'N I : I
QQ, N my fy N '1 fx 'vfxal ' A ' .-:A ,ffm va ,QQ I
A ' P, 4 f X, , Q W ' ' U , . s
E 7 ya? MQW K ay , pffw 19 67 yi J V J Ayr zff 021210 fly! ! Vi! Ji.
QQ rg W4 f K' ' wi ff? JM m J G5 'X X
J A CL NA 714. ,f Y M X. ,3 AA 7 h' V, i ',
5 412 gf ' ML ,f , iff if if ,, F wfwfsf ff fff 1 K
LQLA f A A gf JJ, w A 1 I , f f 1 xv ' ,Y F- if Y, lj '
N , N NWL in ff'-'aflfyldfffbwy TX -X xv m ,-"VJ f, i .up E11
, A - , X X-xy ' x 4 ' ' .N f- 1 ,
4,2 " , -M! A f YZ' r eat-xr NIB jd .sl , My nf- J
. JA f f Jf fb Afwirq K, 15 2 fy ,Q 1 ' , ,
1 K' WJ W ,, ' ' f ' ,MQ X, gg , X-X C, , L
' x ,f 9 M A -N 1 H 'X M J' 4 ' I
545 1, A7 X, A x L gf' N Q X Tiff , W, J, rx: L Ax
X -Usb yi!! X A 'lv ,SJ 'gf ', K 1, X
yd l v X ik 5 L U M NA -v fr
, .1 '5 t iv 0 U x-, ' Mx QE' :ex XX ,f if j U
NJ MW R 7: W N fi: '
, NJN X Q X-5 xfq
6 X Q E Xb J- Y , - X Q, N
l V N , . ,
,f 1 ' F A wp 41 ff? t 2. ig fx
QD! . I X G fx' X A585 5 QX fb xA V! 5
Q2 ' X' i ' . x .7 I fx X wk x '
. A gf! ' Ao A U' ' N 1
ii 41 R 51 AL , IV Q X A .1 If A
5 FX K W5 3 M .3 ' ff A
K Q' A I 1 6 f R f 'W
1 7 V 0? 17 KX X 5 5 SW 5 Q XF Al
fs E , :ga f by ff A A V
,, .A '47 I V fr' J K' J! v ,K ,-X5 gf! TX' 'OW
Q1 Z Y 1' ' ' ff . .Q Q , 5 4 V7 4, AN
L 1 ff AX M f X ' xg: f XV
F V 'WI '23 fm!! '
A ff ,XX MA A I xxx . V1 VU lf! N
L41 ' TX 4:5 Pqgac J! YU? I 1 ,f,7!fjJ ' ' ' Vfl ' 'f7!M,?1j
' J W' Q Q J X . If L
5,7 ff. , ,A
I, ' Q! by ' if Qfx, fl ,Fix Air, , jf' x L -A A '
. ' QILV-9 -f A ,CQ aging!! x4 i-x:?I A . .
,if YE I, FLA rf, x iw I X XA
f7f1f"'d'0 oc? Nix fa
by 'rhe ASSOCl6+ed Sfudenfs
of Anlelope Valley Jolnl' Umon Hugh
School Lancasfer Clahfornna June l95I
, E M
If's news when snow blankets fhe Cenhal Building.
. ,gf ,if
W Wd. 754 life Zdmaotez
The slaff of 'lhe l95l Yucca, wilh lhe reader's permission, is going fo para-
phrase lhe old hill billy ballad "Mama Don'1' Allow."
"Mama don't allow no personal pronouns in here,
Mama don't allow no personal pronouns in here,
We don't care what mama don'f allow,
We're going to use a personal pronoun anyhow."
Journalism boolcs warn againsl lhe unidenlified edilorial "we." The "we" used
in lhis inlroduclion can be fhe Yucca slaff masquerading as lhe enquiring aulhor
bouncing brighlly from one spol drawing lo lhe nexl or il' can be you and I who
have lived a year inside A.V. Hi. "We" leave il +o you, lhe reader, lo malre lhe
We are lourisls inside A.V. Hi 'rhis year. ln planning our four we have included
lrips lhrough lhe domains of lhose who rule, and info lhe classrooms where sludenls
and 'leachers worlc. lnlo 'rhe gyms and clubrooms we'll go lo walch lhe fun and lhe
work wilh ofhers, lhe growing physically and menlally.
Since if is fhe people in 'the school who aclually malce 'rhe school, we're going
fo journey, in 'lhe following pages, inlo 'lhis deserl school and meel Hs people bolh
big and lilfle. On alhlelic leams, in music groups, on +he campus, or in sludy halls
we'll find lhe people who really are A.V. Hi.
We'll go +o 'lhese places lo record some of 'lhe memorable evenls of +his year
of life in high school.
owl' Qfcmpaed. 7a4oo
I95I saw flue complefion of +he new science building
Anxious subs wafch baskefball for+unes ebb and flow
Before we proceed, however if mighf be falren of nofe a few facfs abouf
fhe school. A.V. Hi has grown and progressed greafly in fhe +hir+y-eighf
years since if was builf in l9l3. There were 'I'hen 'Three buildings, eighfy-one
sfudenfs, and fwo feachers. Af fhaf fime sfudenfs from ouf-lying disfricfs
lived in dormifories. Today sixfeen buildings plus fhree afhlefic fields cover
nearly fen of fhe school's sixfy acres. The fofal school populafion including
sfudenfs, feachers, office worlrers, mainfenance men, and bus drivers is II63.
Alfhough ifs hisfory and organizafion may be slighfly differenf 'From
ofher schools, A.V. Hi, in ifs overall purpose and plan, is fhe same as any
school. lfs purpose is fo prepare young people 'ro enjoy life more fully
fhrough knowledge, 'ro 'leach fhem fo fhinlc clearly and be able fo exercise
good iudgmenf in 'lheir fufure dufies as cifizensg and fo aid fhem in fhe
earning of a living when fhey have finished school.
We'll sfarf our frip now, affer fhis brief sfopover, wifh, a glimpse of
fhose fo whom fhis bool: is dedicafed, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson.
Gilberf and Sullivan opereffa
"Campus Highlighfsn on fhe ai
Time for anofher "Hi-ChaHer" publicafion. Page 5
Serving as secre+ary +o Mr. Dingus, Thelma John-
son also +akes dicfafion from Mrs. Adams, Mr.
MaryoH and Mr. Churchill. She has had many jobs
from 'ihe +ime she began her career inside A. V. Hi
as general office girl. She was once Mr. Knapp's
only assisfanl' in ihe business office where she was
pay clerk, warranl' clerk, bookkeeper, supply clerk
and secreiary +o Mr. Knapp.
Working inside A. V. Hi as +he Superin+enden+
of Main+enance and Operaiion of lhe School, Os-
car Johnson has proven his abilifies many +imes,
whenever fhey were needed, as carpenfer, elec+ric-
ian or plumber. He is busy 'lhe year around, wi+h
len men assisfing him seeing +ha+ 'rhe school build-
ings and grounds are kepf in good condifion.
Nor only in fheir iobs have fhe Johnsons proven
fhemselves +ireless and conscienfious workers, bu+
in fheir home and communily ihey have earned fhe
respecf and confidence of all who know +hem. In
apprecia+ion for fhe consfani' eFfor+s of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Johnson +o help make +his a beHer
school for us +o a'Hend, we, +he Yucca Sfaff, dedi-
ca+e +he I95I Yucca.
ww '4 2'
qwwwawnwgfp ,WWW ,4 11
0 5 Spwztcmen
sf Jhs+hPggys+IJ 5+ B
,caged 78 101
ny v d w w
X , 1
I . F '
'iq 4 ,
Pd' - tht
9 , 12
Phyll' M f, Ed'+ ' All R'H , A. '+ + Ed'f ,g B' 5 C bl , E ' M g 3 Tom Duncan Asslslanf Bu' Manager.
L A lc ,B'll Alb'gh+, J ph' B lc N' F ,S+ II H lf F nces Kalpalcoff, Marfha Richmond, Elaine Schneide J lc'
' , ' Id G ' V B' , Dolores Wal rip, John illiamson, Jay urzburg .
E. W. Mar+in Gus P. Eliopulos W. E. Moore George F. McNamee Wallace Ward
746700 Wigan .7716
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The laslc of converling fax revenue in'lo educalional
worfh falls under lhe direclion of a 'five man Board of
Members of 'this board are: presiden+, Wallace Ward,
prominenl Lancasfer businessman: clerlc, E. W. Marlin, Lil'-
lleroclc Fruifgrowerg and associale members, W. E. Moore,
Easfside rancher: Gus P. Eliopulos, Weslsicle rancher: and
George F. McNamee, Rosamond, manager of fhe Bur+on
The ever increasing siudenf enrollmenf, fhe spiraling
cosls and 'rhe long needed building program caused lhese
men 'lo work many hours wi'rhou'I' pay in +he difficulf faslc of
successfully direc+ing public educa+ion inside A.V. Hi.
ROY A. KNAPP
Roy A. Knapp, Disfricf Superinfendenf, acfs as
chief execufive officer under fhe Trusfees of fhe
high school disfricf. He is responsible for carrying
ouf fhe policies of fhe Trusfees fhrough fhe school
Principals, Walfer Dingus of Lancasfer, O. L. Jones
of Randsburg, and A. H. Yager of fhe California
Vocafional lnsfifufion. He direcfs fhe educafional
program of 'rhe disfricf. He analyzes personnel re-
quiremenfs, supervises school finance, and recom-
mends necessary building repairs and expansion.
Mr. Knapp faughf physics af A. V. one semesfer
becoming Principal in I934. For I3 years he served
in fhe fhreefold capacify of Superinfendenf, Prin-
cipal and Business Manager of fhe high school dis-
fricf. Since I947 he has devofed full-fime fo fhe
posifion of Disfricf Superinfendenf.
During World War l, Mr. Knapp served in fhe
U. S. Navy, including one year in European wafers.
During recenf years he has faluen many frips fo Sac-
ramenfo fo promofe special legislafion for improv-
ing school finance in rural areas.
There are four in 'rhe Knapp family, Mr. and Mrs.
Knapp and fheir fwo sons, Ronald, an aeronaufical
engineer now af Muroc, and Richard, a senior af
Mr. Knapp's hobbies, when fime permifs, are
color phofography, fishing, and mounfain hilcing.
Roy A. Knapp
Walfer Dingus, high school principal and
direcfor of fhe junior college, is responsible
for fhe curriculum, sfudenf affairs, and fhe
Mr. Dingus spenf seven years feaching
social science and coaching foofball and
frack af Forf Scoff Kansas Junior College.
The lasf semesfer of I946 he served as
principal and direcfor of fhe college, and
came fo A. V. in fhe fall of I946. His firsf
year af A. V. was spenf as direcfor of fhe
Junior Colleqe. This spring will mark fhe
end of his fiffh year af A. V.
While a sfudenf in college, Mr. Dingus
was a four-year lefferman winning leffers
in foofball, baslcefball, and fraclr. He was
in fhe Navy durinq World War ll and
served overseas in fhe Philippine and Oki-
There are fhree in fhe Dingus family, Mr.
and Mrs. Dingus and fheir small son Larry.
ALBERT LO BUONO
Arriving a+ A. V. fhe day af+er Pearl Harbor, De-
cember 8, l94I, Alberf Lo Buono faughl classes
in fyping, business English and sales adverlising lor
+wo years. He lefl' fo work wi+h fhe Red Cross in
I943 and afler +hree years of fhal work, 'Iwo of
which were spenf overseas, he reiurned lo A. V.
Since lhen, Mr. Lo Buono has been working in fhe
business oFFice 'faking charge of ac+ivi+ies +here,
purchasing supplies for +he school and s+uden'r body
and keeping accounls for +he sfudenf body organi-
Alberi Lo Buono
Billye Adams, who is Dean of Girls, helps solve girls' prob-
lems and supervises all fheir school acfiviiies.
Mrs Adams has been inside A V for fwelve ears The
. . . y .
firsf eigh+ years she +augh+ many differenf subiecfs. For sev-
eral years preceding +he lime she was Dean of Girls, she
was Freshman Guidance Counselor. During 'I'his +ime she was
given +he Delia Kappa Gamma award for oufsfanding work
Because she is an ac+ive member in s+a+e and local pro-
fessional associalions, one of her hobbies is reading and
keeping up on currenf even+s. Also, she enjoys lake fishing
wi+h her daughler, Nancy, a s+uden+ in A. V. Hi.
Jack Landrum is counselor and adviser for +he boys. He is
somefimes given lhe name of "disciplinarian" because he
correcfs fhe wrong-doings of sfudenfs.
He came here five years ago as a full lime gym coach.
His fhird year here, he became senior social problems +each-
er and coach for 'lhe gym +eam.
Jack Landrum, as a college sfudenl, was a member of 'rhe
gym feam a+ fhe Universify of Colorado. During +he war he
was an Army aviafion pilo+ and insfrucfor.
The Landrums live in Lancasfer. Alfhough his +hree-year-
old daughrer, Ca'I'hy, keeps him pre'Hy busy, along wifh his
iob he finds 'lime +o do some modeling and sculpfuring wi+h
clay. On Tuesday nigh+s he sponsors and coaches ihe gym
ROY R. MARYOTT
Roy Maryofl, Vice-Principal of A. V., is in charge
of all sfudenf acfivifiesg fhis includes being sponsor
of fhe Board of Confrol, Sfudenf Courf, and one of
fhe sponsors of fhe lnfer-School Council.
This was Mr. Maryoff's ninfh year inside A. V. Hi.
During his firsf fwo years he faughf a greaf variefy
of subiecfs. His fhird year he worked parf fime in
fhe office, and for fhe nexf five years was Dean of
Af Pomona Junior College, he was class salufa-
forian, and af La Verne College he played foofball
and graduafed Cum Laude.
One of his hobbies is faking color slides of his
wife, Dorofhy, and fwo young daughfers Paffy, and
Sharyl. Anofher of his hobbies is raising homing or
,-4 Wood 544425 Um
Guidance includes fhose services designed fo
assisf fhe sfudenf in solving his problems, adiusfing
fo his environmenf and mafuring," according fo
freshman counselor, Bruce Granf. Sfriving foward
fulfilling fhis aim, counselors Billye Adams, James
Churchill, Josephine Da rf, Bruce Granf, Eugene
Hamilfon and Jaclx Landrum had a busy year.
Mrs. Adams, Dean of Girls, and Mr. Landrum,
Dean of Boys, had fhe iobs of sfudenf discipline,
vocfional guidance and program planning.
Tesfs fo defermfne mafhemafical and reading
abilifies, vocafional apfifudes and personalify fraifs
were given fo fhe freshmen. Freshman counselor,
Mr. Granf, conducfed fhese fesfs.
Miss Darf lcepf fhe college prep sfudenfs posfed
on necessary informafion concerning colleges, cred-
ifs, and choice of subiecfs.
Mr. Hamilfon, vocaiional counselor and senior
social problems feacher, helped fhe seniors decide
fheir life vocafion by giving inferesf fesfs. By
recognizing problems fhaf mighf develop affer
graduafion, he helped fhe sfudenfs prepare fo meef
any such difficulfy.
Mr. Churchill, fruanf officer, did much in finding
fhe reasons for fruancy and fried fo help correcf
Leff fo righf:
Hamilfon, B. Granf, J. Churchill, J. Landrum, J.
Darf, B. Adams
Uffice and 4 gamadaze dm
Lorein RiH'er and her assis+an'r, Eleanor Sufherland, opera+ed 'lhe
a++endance office 'rhis year wifh efficiency. Wi+hdrawal cards were is-
sued, absences were recorded, and +ardy sfudenfs were 'raken care
of. Training was given +o girls in+eres+ed in learning oFFice work.
Lillian S+ewar+ operaled 'lhe swi+chboard, Louise Su+herland 'Fin-
ished anolher year as credi+ clerk, and Thelma Johnson served as
secrefary +o Billye Adams, Wal+er Dingus, Roberl' MaryoH, and Jack
S+uden+s and 'leachers could purchase 'rheir school supplies from
lrene Munz, who was in charge of +he supply office. Alberl' Lo Buono
supervised +he worlc done in rhe business oFFice. Nellie Simpson, sec-
refary +o Roy Knapp: Jo Anne Parsons, boolclceeperg and Evalin
Davis, general secrefary for +he business office, compleled +he sfaff.
Jo Anne Parsons Nellie Simpson lrene Munz
Kennefh Sadler, William Bevins and 'fhe bus drivers kepi 'em rolling.
William "Bevy" Bevins, superiniendenf of iransporfa-
fion, handled one of fhe mosi' esseniial iobs in fhe opera-
fion of fhe school. The iob of fransporiafion was imporfanf
because eigh+y per-cen+ of ihe s+uden+s ride buses. Mr.
Bevins also supervised driving, discipline, and safely.
Helping wifh +he fransporfafion was Kenne+h Sadler,
who was in charge of +he servicing and repairing of fhe
One of fhe busiesr places on
'the campus ai' noon was fhe cafe-
+eria. Meals were good despife
fhe ever-increasing price of whole-
sale fo o d s. These well-cooked,
balanced meals were prepared by
Barbara Winlcle, supervisor: Kale
W a d e, Margare+ Pendley, and
The cafe s+aFf had a rough assignmenl
614 .5' 001115
A+ fhe beginning of our iauni 'rhrough 'rhe halls of A.V. we'll
meei' 'rhe faculfy. During fhe pas? year fhey have proved fhemselves
many +imes +o be surprisingly good friends and sympaihizers as
This year, we have done some+hing new in pic'I'uring ihe faculry
members. To make ii' easier for fhem +o be associa+ed wi+h fhe
real people who suffered wifh every s+uden+ in his s+ruggle 'ro re-
cewe an educaHon, we have cornered +hen1in fhen fanihar haun+s
+o fake +heir picfures.
"Who, me?" says Wilson Ferrell during Faculfy-hi school game. Tea lime ai a faculfy meefing.
Gordon Ackerman Charles Adams William Ballard Rober+ Bowman
Thomas Buffum Frank Chamberlin Madeline Chapman James Churchill
Lesson plans, papers and grades kep+ 'I'he facully
busy from fall +o spring. Neverfheless +hey found
lime 'ro aid s+uden+s in individual proiecls and de-
vofe +ime +o many an ou+side s+uden+ body ac+ivi'ry.
ln addi+ion lhey conducfed a feacher sponsored
associa+ion program and found +ime for occasional
group recreafional aclivifies.
Wal+er Dingus direc+ed +he ac+ivi+ies of a facully
numbering fif+y. Organized on a deparfmenfal basis
'rhe facul+y was kep+ unifed fhrough weekly lacully
mee+ings, New comers on +he facully +his year in-
cluded Gordon Ackerman, malhemaficsg Charles
Adams, agricul+ureg Eugene Hamillon, senior prob-
lemsg James McCu+cheon, physical educa+iong
Charles Parker, his+oryg Milo Randolph, agriculfureg
Helyn Tees, 'rypingg Ernesl Tosi, mechanical drawing,
and Efhel Wa++s, Spanish.
Sandpaper edi+ors gel a briefing.
Josephine Dari Tad Davis Evelyn Ericson
dof' if f
1 I I
1 .. c 1
f, ., A-
I . A
ff' ' "
Bruce Grani' Paul Greenlee
Rober+ Hahn Eugene Hamilion
Fifth period fyping class do fheir budgeh.
Amy Heydorn Darlene Hosluns
A. V. Teachers' Associafion was formed +hree years ago
in order lo idenfify ifself wi+h sfafe and nafional groups: 'io
improve +he 'leaching program: and +o creafe sociabilify
among Hs member:. For 'rhese fhree years if has main+ained
a scholarship fund 'ro help some worlhy sfudenl' go +o col-
lege. The money for 1'his fund was raised fhis year fhrough
a play, "Ten Li++le lndians." The facul'I'y men helped swell
lhe junior college afhlefic fund by soundly drubbing a bas-
lcefball leam composed of high school and iunior college
Elizabeih Lorbeer Floyd Lorbeer
Geneva Mungovan Warren Nunn Charles Parker -
Milo Randolph Reva Rowley Dorofhy Schmieclf
Tiana defda gal' 2 4
Ernesf Tosi George TurcoH' Hermione Vaughn Burfon Wadsworfh
Harold Pearson Marian Pollock Hamp+on Proe++
Jack Sealon H. A. Sfro I erg Weal+ha Suyclam
Commiffees of 'rhe Teacher Associa+ion worlced eFFicien'rly io carry ouf
+heir assignmenfs. Commiifees Chairmen were Floy d Lorbeer, California
Teachers' Associariong Jack Landrum, s+uden+-facully rela+ionsg Evelyn Eric-
son, scholarshipg Darlene Hoskins, hospi+ali'ryg Evelyn Foley, educa+iong Frank
Fleming, bowling, Reva Rowley, public relafionsg performed fheir appofnied
+aslrs as members of +he associafion.
Direc+ing all associa+ion func+ions for +he pasi' year were: Roberr Hahn,
presidenfg Hampron Proe+'1', vice-presidenfg Mary Floyd, secre+aryg Dorofhy
The major group recreaiional acfivify cen+ered aboui a bowling league.
A commi'Hee under Marfha Froelich successfully s+aged a series of par+ies
fhaf included a fall gef-+o-ge+her, a Halloween maske, a play cas+e super,
a Chris+mas dinner and a spring 'rime dinner dance.
Vida Williams Efhel WaH'
Donald Worden Henry Wells
Blind enferfainers ge? a sponfaneous applause during an assembly.
Our second sfop brings us a view of +he popula+ion. The seniors,
wi+h fheir elecfric blue swea+ers and four years' experience in high
school, will be piclured firs+. The juniors who have one more lap lo
run in fhe race 'fo gradualion, smile a+ us from fhe nexl' few pages.
Then come 'lhe sophomores, lhe husfling "live wires" of +he school.
Freshmen, eager and enlhusiasric newcomers 'ro A.V. Hi, will be seen
ai' fhe las+ of 'this seclion.
Sfudenis look dreamy-eyed al Chrisfmas Ball. AV band show fheir sfufi af Poullry Day Parade.
LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Whiie, S. Hanawalf, J.. BIondin, E. Liffon, J. Murray,
D Waldnp J. Bennefi, B. Bossick, D. Palmer.
I ...faq in M"
, an 5' ' iw.,
Lancasfer Lancas+er Moiave
Kendall Bowlin Mike Bradford Richard Brand
Mojave Wesrside Wesfside
,,.A ? k 0
..'. F ' V
,xx I I xx
' ' V,Y,Q7,"
'zo me ' ,., I M Q :ass gig gg
-05 ,af X 1 In .
ea .re 1
, W ' A54,3V ' me f
.A . , Ib ff
Wwe 4m Faq
Dorofhy Abercrombie Loren Aclrer Ben Acqulsfapace
Lancasfer Lancasfer Gorman
Inside A. V. Hi, +he seniors have complefed fheir journey and are ready
'lo accepf fhe responsibilifies of +oday's world. Because fhe seniors were fhe
oldesf and mosf experienced sludenfs, fhe res? of fhe classes loolred fo fhem
for leadership in school spirif and s+uden+ government
Commencing acfivifies for fhe class was an assembly af which fhe seniors
appeared wearing swearers of eleclric blue. Nexl' came sponsorship of a
dance, called fhe "Foofball Hop". The lasf foofball game wifh Venfura her-
alded 'lhe arrival of Alumni Day and fhe refurn of all fhe seniors of yesferday.
In December fhe "Senior Banque+" was held, +o esfablish a new fradifion.
Blue boolcs, invifafions, class pins, and mosf impor+an+, graduaiion, kepi'
fhe class of '5I in a coniinual buzz. Kid Day and Difch Day were fhe oufsfand-
ing evenfs of +he second semesier.
Firs+ semesfer presidenf was Dolores Waldrip. She handed fhe gavel fo
John Murray For fhe second semesfer. They were assisfed by Eugene Hamil-
ron, Mar+ha Froelich, Evelyn Ericson, and George TurcoH', who were fhe class
Joan Bifiiclz Jeanne Blondin George Blum
Easfside Lancasfer Palmdale
Dolores Brigh+ Ray Brighf bharline Dufcher Bob Cable
Lancasfer Lancasfer Liifleroclc
Q' V ...ii-K Al
Cl-'47 5 1
Jo Ann Elherfon
'T j V, X.
m,V,'i 'S , .
, .y ,
V ' ,. 55,0
Tom Lovela dy
l x N
f x ry
Q em av ,
,ei ,,.""'. Rf 'Q ff,
f " 'Z
V if 2:f?fzL,i-7 1,.
Don Abboff BeHy Adams Roberi' Anderson Virginia Apalafea Carol Apperson
Louis Arnold lvan Avila Dick Backus Don Baker
X D r 0,
JUNIOR CABINET, top row: D. Schmiedl, M. Floyd, E. Tosi, T. Bufium.
Middle row: R. Swifi, A. Rifier, T. Duncan, B. Wal+ers, P. Sfeller.
BOHOIII row! S. Taylor, J. Piani, B. Piani, C. Pope.
2 X gif
Big even+s which increased 'lhe fhrill of finally
becoming upperclassmen for lhe Juniors were lhe
ordering and receiving of lhe shiny new rings and
parficipalion in lhe Junior-Senior play. J u n io r
sponsored ac+ivi+ies were a foofball dance and a
"Tru'l'h or Consequences" assembly. The J u n i o r s
worked hard fo finance, plan and decorale for lhe
Junior-Senior Prom, big social evenl of lhe spring.
Firsf and second semesler presidenls were Rich-
ard Swifl' and Allen Ri'Her. Dorolhy Schmeidl, Mary
Floyd, Ernesl Tosi, and Thomas Bulifum served as
arold Bar+osh Gail Bay Jim Berlrand Floyd Berryhill Palsy Bilderback Pal' Blackburn Mary Blanco Barbara Bloom
al' Bones John Boslon Bob Brewer Arlhur Brisco Donna Brown Roberl' Brown Wilma Brown Belly Bryanl
lenna Burks Mary Burlon Alberla Cable Norma Cappello Janice Carmean Ronald Chiles Barbara Clark Margarel' Cochran
loria Combs Marvin Combs Jane Cooper Shirley Crawford Gary Cralon Bill Cuslodio Waller Darr Richard Deal
if .. Sf
-fizflifriiz W- 9
lip- ,,,V ,ji
'ggi ,A lg A W1
in--My-il' ' , f
es , 1553
Anna De Fazio Beverly Dielrich Esler De Long
Joanne Edwards Viriean Englund Tom Erbes
Peggy Fredeen Ramona Gaslcins Bealrice Gillespie
Juanila Hoclcaday Marjorie Hall Jack Hamillon
James Hendrix Clydene Hendrick Shirley Henney
Barb ,ra Harler
,L as by Q,
'if as A 4 X
A W if f ni x, A
1 'iw 9
f . - L
Z '32 ' V I
'ffmfifi - , ,Z
1.4 ,,., ,Q
f ' gb' Q, J
7 . ' PQ, A
VZ Zewg ,Ziff A
Ilv Q, I H A A law, 4
David Sadler Bill San+ino
Frank Smefalc Evelyn Smilh
Marjorie Sfurm Richard Sweef
Janei' Thompson Pal Trombalore
Bill Wallace Charles Walls
Anona Williams Roland Wisehari'
Odessa Whiffenburg Claudene Wiley
7 M .
SOPHOMORE CABINET top row T Smalley K Kelley J Shellon W Ferrell E Klofz
Bofh an Iearmng and earmng 'rhe sophomores
spenf a very profifable year nnslde A V Hu Wm
ners un fhe magaznne sale confesf 'lhey raised S460
for 'rhenr class 'lreasury besudes gnvmg +he same
amouni' +o fhe sfudenf body fund Thus wu+h fhe
proceeds from candy sales made fhelrs fhe rlchesi'
class on fhe campus
During +he firsl semesfer +he mam evenfs were a
hayrlde and a movne par+y Kennelh Kelly was pres:
den+ af 'lhns 'fume
Under second semesfer presndenl Tom Smalley
+he sophomores presenfed 'lhe annual sophomore
Advusmg and helpmg an all fhese progecfs were
Vlnlson Ferrel Helyn Tees and Gordon Ackerman
, . , . . '
Boflom row D Allen P Sexfon U Perl: ns B Kirby P McGovern, A. Nielson, A. Fenner.
BACK ROW! R. V. Berryhill, R. Billef, J. Durling, V. Bradshaw, A Burgess, R. Breeding, J. T. Brewfon, J. Brown
D. Bunker, R. Byrne, J. Carier, A. Cable, P. Cahill, W. Carfer, C. Chris+enson, B. Comsfoclc, J. Clippinger, F
Cheshire, A. Clark.
MIDDLE ROW: N. Adams, B. Algiers, D. Allen, A. Affeldl, M. Arfhur, M. Aznarez, D. Anderson, D. Albert E
Burgess, L. Berry, D. Brighf, P. Brewsfer, J. Blair, D. Bronson, S. Bowlin, E. Blum, S. Cochran, S. Colz, M. Coiner
FRONT ROW: G. Affeldi, C. Barneff, D. Basshom, D. Bishop, C. Bar+holornew, T. Bridges, B. Buchanan, J
oyd, A. Brownwood, J. Bass, D. Bullingion, C. Benf, B. Coars, R. Carlson, R. Chrisfensen, R. Card.
fa gmckez'-tie a
FRONT ROW: C. Dillcs, B. Deaver, B. Harwell, R. Green, M. Gales, T. Gillserf, M. Geile, J Green, P. Han-
lcins, M. Harler, L. Eiherlon, M. Clarlr, A. Fenner, R. Hanlxins, D. Hanna. M. Flores, P. Guerra, B. Goodner.
MIDDLE ROW: G. Erwin, D. Ernbry, B. Ellioi, B. Farmer, B. Francisco. C. Forman, J. Firs+, F, Fosler, D. Davis
M. Danel, W. Dunn, G. Cook, D. Firsiclc, S. Fisk, J. Fleming, T. Fox, N. Fihgerald, V. Griffin, M. Cosper, J
FRONT ROW: G. Doerman, R. Esies, L. Groves, J. Conway, J. Dale, C Dornbush, J. Finnin, W. Bridley, R
Graves, 6. Denning, F. Dreelze, S. Hall, B. Hagen, A. Gallion, J. Cusfer, J. Fcsfer, D. Fosfer, C. Fowler.
BACK ROW: D. Lime, R. Kline. P. McGovern, R. Jones, J. Humphreys, J. Hulifman, F. Miller, J. Maffarocci, N.
Hendricks, C. Marlin, T. Moise, F. May, C. Jenkinson, J. Jordahl, J. McCaslin, J. Lemen, M. Mayes, J. Marsh,
M. McLaren, D. Meier.
MIDDLE ROW: D. Mansperger, B. Kirby, D. McLarin, S. Kuhns, N. Jones, W. Housfon, E. Miller, P. Herschlag, S.
Heaberlin, F. Howard, B. Hoag, M. Hornbrook, J, Harvell, S. Hirshfield, P. Harned, B. Harris, J. Honor, W.
Hensley, D. Henson, M. Judd, W. Johnson.
FRONT ROW: E. Lane, C. Losey, K. Kelly, N. Konoloff, J. Lafham, J. Lorgan, E. Klofz, D. Lin+emoo+, R, LiHle,
V. Lewis, R. McBryan+, D. McDonald, B. Johnson, R. Jackson, H. Hammack, W. Henderson.
BACK ROW: L. Payne, T. Pelizer, J. Pengilley, D. Powers, L. Perkins, R. Pelfon, B. Polls, S. Pulos, D, Priesfley,
G. Pierce, P. Quinn, B. Quirin.
MIDDLE ROW: S. Mifchell, J. Milchell, D. Mauldin, T. Miller, M. Minga, A. Nielson, B. Overlade, M. Neu-
harfh, E. Pace, W. Pendley, F. Pengilley, J. Planchon, J. Pedroza.
FRONT ROW: M. Mailes, J. Mason, C. McElroy, W. McKee, R. Mailes, J. Merdler, J. Masse'f+, D. McBroom,
D. Noble, D. Newell, E. Padias, B. Papenberg, R. Nybakken, D. Nygaard.
mqpvvlv-. ...., . W.-L, .WW ,.,,,,w W v ,WW W f ,,,.f.....-, ...,...4,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ... F: 1. f--. 11: , ,,., ,.,. , , ..,, - , ,.W.e1 ,,,, .., . .,,. .. ,,,,, , W., ,.,,,,,,, ,, .. ,, ,, M-,
, , 4
BACK ROW: J. Seavy, B. Rifchey, J. Ralphs, D. Rupp, J. Schenberger, L. Smifh, B. Small, G. Shalford, R
Ramey, D. Sanford, R. Rischar, E. Ross, J. Seiler.
MIDDLE ROW: C. Richards, J. Riddle, M. Robinson, M. Reagan, D. Rubees, C. Rolh, B. Riseclc, P. Sexlon, W
Sauer. G. Salcaguchi, M. Richey, M. Sequins, B. Schwarz.
FRONT ROW: G. Saullz, J. Shelfon, B. Roberlson, D. Rumble, D. Royce, J. S+erlx, H. Sfollenwerlr, P. Siemens
H. Smyfh, B. Sedgwick, H. Snider, W. Shullz.
BACK ROW: D. Wolfer, J. Winham, S. Williams, J. Williams, N. Wifhers, B, Zarzana, D. Wrighf, J. Thompson
G. Thompson, T. Williams, W. Thomas, V. Valdez.
MIDDLE ROW: M. Wilson, J. Wilson, B. Wilson, R. Uyeda, M. Wescoff, L. Weslberg, R. Wallin, K. Thor, J.
Thompson, J. Thomas, V. Sfrong.
FRONT ROW: J. Wafson, R. Wallslon. G, Waldoch, N. Tyree, J. Tyler, L. Turner, M. Tinder, W, Taylor, B. Tay-
lor, K. Swords, C. Slraififf, G. Sfoul, G. Sfoore.
FRESHMEN CABINET top r0W B Gran? P Whlfson G Cockburn D Sfromberg E Kono
BOND!!! row J Douglas P Benson N Wnlson S Sfuvers J Peferson S Mead
Af Munfz Lalre fhe Frosh Go Wesfern parfy was
held which gave fhe newcomers a real opporfumfy
fhe many achvufles for fhe freshmen class
The freshmen confrnbufed falenf fo fhe sfudenf
body assemblies However gradually fhey began
planmng assembhes of fheur own
The buggesf evenf of fhe year held on a Safur
day was a beach parfy In fhe sprung
Thenr own board of confrol was formed headed
by class presndenf Sally Mead Thus body paf
ferned affer 'the sfudenf body board dlrecfed ac
hvrhes for fhe freshmen class For class dlsclplme
fhere was a Freshman Courf Those who served
had fhe opporfunlfy fo gain experience an organ:
zahon and responsubnlnfy for a class group
Sponsors were Bruce Granf Amy Heydorn and
I I J
fo def acquainfed wifh each ofher. This opened
Xl wgpvpnu llgpunlm.-mmm
BACK ROW: E, Kono, P. Kelly, S. LaRue, J. Kelley, M. King, W. LaBaw, D. LaRue, C. Lisfer, P. Layne, P. Lirllo
B. Jordahl, M. Johnson, N. Kiene, D. Kiel, B. Jamison.
MIDDLE ROW: H. Heyer, M. Harlowe, R. Hielm, J. Holcolmbe, M. Hunfer, F'. Hudson, C, Haley, B. Harrel, M.
Hodgson, M. Hiaff, K. Howell, J. Hil+on, D. Johnson, B. Jones, E. Jensen.
FRONT ROW: E. Killingswodh, L. Hawks, J. Hammonds, B. Hall, C. Hedgecoclc, S. Hamill, H. Hix, J. Huck-
aby, J. Hill, G. Hooks, V. Hieberl, R. Hodge, B. Isaman, W. les+, H. Ivey.
BACK ROW: J. Minga, M. Moore, M. Nix, F. Maison, D. Morrison, C. Marvis, H. Mifchell, J. Meily, J.McKin-
ney, J. Maule, T. Marshall, N. Miller, S. Mead, G. Miller.
MIDDLE ROW: M. Lee, A. Lilfle, L. Ledbeller, M. Lesh, A. Lara, N, Large, D. Lacy, C. Mashelr, M. Mcclenag-
han, A. McKeel1an, R. Moore, D. Marsh, C. Melcherl, B. Mifchell, R. Mefcalfe, J. Cormacli.
FRONT ROW: B. Mason, B. Malay, R. Moss, J. McGraw, D. Marlin, J. Miller, D. Moul+on, J. Lane, F. Logan,
K. Losey, D. Oller, R Morgan, P. Mclver, R. Nash, M. Miller, M. Masse++, C. Mohling, B. Hogan.
BACK ROW: L. Overlade, . Ralhbone, J. Powers, E. Piclcus, J. Perez, H, Pomfier, G. Peek, R. Pelfon, R. San
fino, R. Sadler, L. Osborne, S. Seymour, P. Sfrand, D. Pipkin.
MIDDLE ROW: R. Owings, V. Ogburn, P. Osborne, J. Pelerson, J. Peferson, A. Piani, B. Rofh, R. Phelps, B
Perdue, J. Pair, S. Ridgeway, K. Richardson, J. Riddle, D. Selvy, M. Schwandf, C. Smifh.
FRONT ROW: J. Provenzano, C, Poiier, J. Paesano, D. Sfandley, O. Smilh, D, Sfromberg, F. Sfalla rd, R
Seguine, M. Simon, T. Smilh, D. Swinford, B. Qualls, P. Reyes, 6. Cockburn, J. Spain.
BACK ROW: M. Thompson, F. Thompson, G. Tunnell, W. Turley, D. Templeion, N Wilson, L. Young, S. Wehr
B. Wilbur, M. Terrell, T. Turner, G. Torrey, T. Valadez, B. Thompson.
MIDDLE ROW: B. Small, S. Siivers, A. Taylor, D. Siebenfhal, J. Swifi, P. Truesdale, P. Towner, E. Tomlin, T
Twills, V. Turner, A. Woodlee, B. Wallin,
FRONT ROW: T. Tissue, P. Whifson, E. Wal+on, C. Williams, V. Wright G. Wilson, B. Yafes, T. Vlief, H. UI
rich, G. Van Ness, R. Turner.
WW ch WW
Time ou? for re axaiion on AV's campus
Al' +his poinl' in our 'lravels lhrough A.V. Hi we will observe
'lhaf high school sfudenfs do much more 'rhan affencl classes. Sfudenf
self governmem' and exfra-curricular aclivifies play a large parl' in
1'he lives of A.V. Hi school kids.
Acfivilies for all varying inferesls are represenrecl - assemblies
and clubs, band and orchesfra evenls, plays and dances, queens
and oulsfanding sfuclenls.
Freshmen lalenl on slage. Kennefh Clark looking al his F. F. A. proiecl.
Pa ge 49
LE ROY HARRINGTON
For +he firs+ +ime in over +en years +he same
presidenf presided over fhe associafed s+uden+
body for +wo consecu+ive ferms.
As presidenf, LeRoy Harringion was responsible
for all sfudenf body affairs and organizalions. lf
was his du+y fo carry ouf fhe school cons+ifu'l'ion
and preside af all sfudenf body meelings. LeRoy
had fhe privilege of a'Hending all in+er-school
counsel and planning commifiee meeiings.
Prexy LeRoy enioyed dances, parfies and o+her
school acfivifies. He devofed m osf of his spare
fime +o horseback riding and in school was co-cap-
'I'ain of fhe foofball feam. He also parficipafed in
wresiling and baseball.
Hoping +o aH'end A.V.J.C. nexf fall, LeRoy ma-
iored in a combinafion of archifecfural and agri-
Consis+ing of +wo s+uden+ represen+a+ives from
each class and headed by +he s+uden+ body vice-
president fhe Social Commiffee planned acfivi+ies
for sfudenfs inside A.V. Hi. Firsf semesfer vice-
presidenf, Carolyn Farley, led her group in 'I'he
imporfani' jobs of planning Chrisfmas clofhing and
baslcei drive and a Soclr Dance.
A Good Luck Carnival held on Friday, April I3,
and free movies shown during +he lunch hour were
sponsored by 'rhe spring semesier Social Commif-
'fee led by Frances Kalpalcoff, second semesfer vice-
Social Cornmi'Hee kepi busy fhroughouf fhe year planning evenis.
LeRoy Harringlon, Sfuden? Body President
Merif Board members recording sfudenfs' merifs and demerifs,
Keeping all sfudenfs' merifs recorded fhroughouf fhe year, send-
ing ouf loss of creclif cards, and giving cifizenship grades af fhe end
of fhe semesfer was fhe iob of fhe Merif Board.
Warrene McReynolds firsf semesfer residenf chose from sfud
I All 3
hall fhe following girls fo be on fhe MerifpBoard: Joan Bifficlc, Jo Anii
Efherfon, Marian Parlchursf, Nancy Fifzgerald, Nell Jones, Alma Niel-
son, and Sfella Hanawalf.
Elecfed by fhe sfudenf body as second semesfer presidenf was Jo
Ann Efherfon, who lcepf fhe same members fo help her.
Defermining fhe acfualify and fhe magnifude of
fhe offense or infracfion of school laws was fhe dufy
of fhe sfudenf courf, which was presided over by
Richard Brand, Chief Jusfice. He was elecfed by
fhe sfudenf body, fhen he chose, wifh fhe approval
of fhe board of confrol, his class represenfafives,
who had fhe vofing power, and depufies who assisf-
ed fhe represenfafives. There were fwo represenfa-
fives from fhe senior and junior classes. An equal
number of depufies were chosen from fhe sopho-
more, junior, and senior classes. The freshmen had
no represenfafion as all frosh cases were handled
by fhe Freshman Courf. Hall monifors also were
chosen from each sfudy hall fo pafrol fhe halls and
A courf member could wrife arresf slips for a
misdemeanor offense on fhe campus. Dropping
frash, cuffing class, and rowdy conducf were buf a
few of fhe offenses commiffed which fhe sfudenf
courf handled. Sfudenf offenders were punished ac-
cordingly if guilfy, by demerifs, warnings, an as-
signed cifizenship class or referred fo Jack Land-
rum or Roy Maryoff.
Sfudenf Courf assembled for session.
Sfimulafion of fellowship among 'I'he boys
of A. V. was fhe main purpose of +he Boys'
League. This was emphasized in fhe Fresh-
man Recep+ion where +he boys were in+ro-
duced +o 'their school and leachers, and
were shown lhe afhlelic facilifies. A lug-
of-war was held wi+h +he iuniors winning.
The Boys' League gave a successful foo+-
ball dance and 'lhen worked wilh fhe Girls'
League in sponsoring fhe Chrislmas Ball. ln
fhe fall, an assembly was given for fhe boys.
An au+hori+y on +een-age problems falked
on dafing and manners. Ofher even+s fha+
lhe boys parficipafed in were Luggage
Day, a sock dance, wres+ling and boxing
Presiding over +he club for a yearly ferm
was Kendall Bowlin. All boys en+ering A. V.
au+oma+icalIy become members of +he
Boys' League upon paymeni' of Sludenf
Body dues. Sponsors were Harold Pearson,
T. E. Buffum, and Bill Mosk.
Welcoming ihe freshmen and new girls fo A. V.
was fhe firs+ aciivify +ha+ s+ar+ed for Girls' League
an eveniful year. Following fhe Freshman Recepfion
came Fall Luggage Day and Friendship Day. To
keep fhe ball rolling, fhe Cabine+ sponsored a fool'-
ball dance and la+er an April Fool's dance.
The only formal dance of +he year open fo fhe
en+ire s+uden+ body was lhe Chris+mas Ball. This
Ball was given in mid-December by 'rhe Girls' and
Boys' league. The lasl evenl' arranged by fhe Cabi-
ne+ was 'I'he Mofhers' Tea, given annually by +he
girls for +he moihers.
All girls in school au+oma+ically become members
of +he Girls' League. The purpose was fo make in-
feresfing acfivifies for fhe school and uphold a high
s+andard for +he girls. The League was led by Bon-
nie Marvin, presidenf, and sponsors, Mariam Pol-
lock, Mary Floyd and Billye Adams.
Girl's and Boy's League officers planning aclivilies.
affdaatdam eww! tie Zcufc
A nighfmare disguised as a deadline soon became chronic wi+h con-
scienlious Yucca sfaff members. Planning and layou'rs, 'rhemes and siyles,
body copy and capfions, piciures and promofion flashed 'rhrough 'rheir +ired
heads. However, afier endless days of worlc, fhe confusion gave way +o
order and when +he galley and piciure proofs refurned from being processed,
fhe 'rwenfy members of fhe sfaff agreed ihai fhey had done a year's work.
ln December were 'rhe bool: and ad sales. During a iwo weelx campaign
fhroughouf fhe school, Yucca ficlre+s were sold. Members of fhe sfaff
combed Lancasfer and ouflying iowns, fo sell ads 'ro fhe merchanfs. Bob
Cable and John Smifh, pholographers, 'roolr and processed mos+ of 1'he
picfures, campus piclures, and sporf sho+s. Confronfed by many quesrions
and mosl' of fhe de+ail Yucca worlc, Paul Greenlee, sponsor, devoied many
nighfs helping prepare ihe annual.
Phyllis Mer+z, ediior, and Allen RiHer, assisfanf ediior, had over-all
supervision especially +ha+ of planning 'fhe book and wrifing +he copy. Busi-
ness manager, Bob Cable, proceeded by Gwen Van Biene, was in charge
of selling ads fo 'rhe merchanis, and assisiarrl business manager, Tom Dun-
can, handled +he boolc selling campaign.
Boys in Yucca class discuss phoiography
Sfaff members aH'emp9 fo sell Mr. Sfub-
bings a yearbook.
Keeping careful file of Yucca s+ubs.
Ticlrel falcers af Yucca movie.
The siaff busily reading over a new ediiion of fhe Sandpaper.
Pursuing and wrifing siories lrepf +he members of fhe Sandpaper s+aFF
busy 'rhroughour ihe year. Besides wrifing, rewriring, and +yping fhe sfories,
headlines had fo be wri++en and picrures laken. When rhis was complere, +he
maierial was senf fo +he prin+ers where galley proofs were made. The galley
proofs were organized and pasfed on a dummy Sandpaper, and fhen sen+
baclr fo ihe press fo be prinfed.
Adding life fo +he usual worlr and confusion of fhe Sandpaper office was
fhe scou+ing for srories and wri+ing humorous ar+icles and special fea+ures.
Besides edi+ing fhe Sandpaper, The class learned 'rhe fundamenrals of
iournalism. This class is under fhe guidance of Paul McCalib, sponsor, and
Jaclr Hill, edifor-in-chief.
Reporfers on +he s+aFF were given srories of fheir own choice +o wriie,
under news edi+or, Connie Serna: ediforial edi+or, Jack Hill: social edifor,
Delores Waldripg or sporfs edifors, Marilyn Smi'I'h, Diclr Casile, and Bill Gary.
- -'Ji fr
Looking down on our campus leffermen.
Following fhe paffern of fhe Drama and
Talenf Clubs, fhe Freshman Vodvil Club
helped fo discover and develop freshman
Several programs, one for fhe freshman
class and anofher for fhe sfudenf body,
were wriffen, planned, and produced by
Sponsored by Amy Heydorn, fhe meef-
ings were presided over by Carolyn Holey,
presidenfg assisfed by Joan Swiff, vice-
presidenfg Joyce Douglas, secrefaryg and
reporfer, Barbara Rofh.
FRESHMAN STUDENT COU RT
Funcfioning in fhe same manner as fhe
sfudenf body sfudenf courf, fhe freshman
fried fheir own sfudenf cases. This gave
fhe freshman fhe opporfunify fo gain ex-
perience helpful for fheir following years
in high school.
The chief iusfice, and fhe iusfices were
elecfed, and fhe depufies appoinfed af
fhc beginning of fhe school year. This
year: chief iusfice was Paul Whifson, and
The advisor was Bruce Granf.
Composed of Varsify award w i n n e r s
membership in fhe Leffermen's Club was
one of fhe goals of every sporfs minded
The fhirfy five members helped fo sef
up rules and regulafions regarding leffers
in fhe various sporfs.
One of fhe special acfivifies of fhe Lef-
fermen's Club was fhe annual elemenfary
school baslcefball fournamenf held in fhe
boys gym. Presidenf wa s Ellioff Rumble,
vice-presidenf Gary Rader, and secrefary
Dale Jones. Bill Moslc served as sponsor.
Freshmen demonsfrafed pep and enfhusiasm in Vodil Club and Sfudenf Courf
Popularify polls are conducfed
every year during Yucca sales 'rime
for 'rhe ouisianding boy and girl of
Yucca buyers are given 'flue privi-
lege of vofing for fhe sfudeni Wl1O
fhey fhinlc has done 'flue mosl for +l'1e
welfare of his class.
Andy Brownwood f
Marsha Nix f
Proieclionisl served fhe school wiih audio-visual aid.
, Eighfy members of 'rhe Proieciionisl Club look pari
in operaling +he audio-visual equipmenf an aver-
age of fwenfy hours a week. Since +his work 'look
fhe boys ou? of class a greai' deal, qualificaiion for
membership required good cifizenship and passing
grades in all classes.
Sponsored by Hampfon ProeH, fhe Proiecfionisf
Club was very acfive +his year showing films in
classrooms and assemblies.
W S44 a
Snow fall cafches AVi1es unprepared.
High sieppers af Oxnard send off rally.
Aler'r looking AV members of 'the Civil Air Palrol.
Fans losf in coniemplafion of 'lhe Hari game.
Please sign on lhe doH'ed line, Alumni.
Alumni meef once more.
Yucca members offend Yearbook Day ai' Redlands.
Foolball lineup infroducfions af Burroughs rally.
Gene Leis and Gea Saunders enferfain Alumni and iheir queen
Bobbie Baker and Doyle While experimenf on formula xy2.
me and iefze Anand ide Zczmfacw
Peppereifes creafed spirif in ihe rooiing secfion.
Opening i+s membership +o every girl in school who wished fo ioin, +he
PeppereH'e Club hoped +o crea+e more spiri'I' and have a colorful roo'I'ing
secfion ai' +he games and rallies.
Choosing song leaders, ordering pins, receiving membership cards and
paying annual clues 'roolc place 'l'he firsf semesfer. Wi+h fheir sponsor, Marian
Fraser, 'rhe members elecied Joan Hedgecoclc, presidenlg Dollie Allen, vice-
presidenig and Grace Salraguchi, secrefary-+reasurer for +he firs+ semesfer.
Serving as officers during +he second semes+er was presidenl, Paula Truesdaleg
vice-president Dolores Parfong and secrefary-freasurer, Grace Salcaguchi.
Song leaders, who had fo be members of +he Peppere'H'es, were elecfed
by fhe club members. These song leaders were, Dolores Parfon, Ann Taylor,
Barbara Ro+h, Be++y Valdez and Barbara Fosfer.
Highlighiing ihe year wiih a
"kid" inifiafion in 'lhe fall, a din-
ner and dance af ihe Dude Ranch
in January, and 'rhe annual pariy
in May, +he Ushereiie Club com-
bined pleasure wifh worlc under hie
leadersnip of Ann Turner, presi-
denr, and Evelyn Ericson, sponsor.
The club was limifed +o +wen+y
junior and senior girls chosen on
fhe basis of cifizenship and schol-
Inside A. Hi, fhe ushereiies
made 'lheir club one of fhe leading
service organizafions in giving
'rheir service 'ro The school and
communi+y by ushering al' foo+ball
games, plays and conceris.
Ushereiles in fheir suifs ready +o usher 'For a play.
Frances Kalpalroff and her ihree assis+an+s, Joan Hedgecoclc, Pai
Craig and Bobby Craig, worked 'rogefher during fhe firsf semesler
crealing beiier school spirif. ln fheir enfhusiasm +o pu'r more pep
info our rallies and games, ihey originafed yells and revised old ones.
Marsha Nix was elecfed head yell leader for 'I'he second semesfer,
and her assis+an+s, Aniia Poindex+er, Bobbie Zarzana, and Beverly
Kirby, helped her carry on fhe dufies +hrough fhe remainder of fhe
Wi+h 'rhe aid of her assisianfs, fhe head yell leader was responsible
for +he organizalion of all pep rallies. The pep rallies usually included
several band numbers, original slci+s pui' on by +he sfudenfs, and
Yell leaders were elecfed by +he s+uden+ body and 'I'hey in +urn
chose fheir assisianfs, who were approved by +he board of confrol.
Senior Band al fhe conclusion of lhe successful spring concerf.
77Zmc' ccaae44-- 6a gmac!
To provide an opporfunify for sludy of and advancemenf on a musical
insfrumenfg fo give fhe sfudenf an undersfanding and appreciafion of good
music: fo enioy fhe experience of playing in a group and parficipafing in
fhe acfivifies of fhe group are fhe goals of fhe Senior Band, inside A. V. Hi.
To be eligible for Senior Band sfudenfs had fo pass musical requiremenfs
which William Ballard, band direcfor, chose for fhem fo perform. Sfudenfs
were promofed from lnfermediafe Band when fhey were needed fo fill fhe
differenf insfrumenfal secfions. Four sub-unifs fo fhe band were fhe brass
choir, pep band, swing band, and small ensembles such as quarfefs, frios, and
Two members of fhe band Brien Walfers a frumpefer and Doyle Whife
a 'lroinbonlsf received recogmfnon which resulfed in fhelr becoming members
of fhe All Soufhern California Band af U S C
Evenfs fhaf were parfucipafed in by fhe band of A V Hi were foofball
games and rallies fair and pef parades Oxnard Elks parade Molave Gold
Rush Deserf Bowl game af Muroc Governor Earl Warren s recepflon Poul
fry Day parade Gymlxhana Chrlsfmas program Almond Fesfuval Annual
Band Concerf Dusfricf Fesfival af Redlands Sfafe Feshval af Fullerfon and e
Band dinner given by fhe Lancasfer Chamber of Commerce
Band officers were Doyle Whife presidenf Brien Walfers vice pres:
denf Sofia Sherri secrefary and Machu Uyeda freasurer
Maioreffes and banner bearers dressed for acfion.
Two mos+ memorable even+s parlicipafed in by fhe maiore'H'es
were Alumni Day, in which fhey used lighled barons, and fhe Elks
parade a+ Oxnard in fhe fall. The members maneuvered in fron? of
fhe band, on Mays Field, during half lime a+ +he foofball games.
They were also seen s+ruf+ing and fwirling barons ai' pep rallies, local
parades, and baske+ball games.
Facul+y sponsors and band oFFicers chose fhe new members near
fhe beginning of fhe school year fo parlicipafe all year long. Leading
fhis ac+ive group was Phyllis Merh, president Marilyn Smifh, vice-
president and Bernice Milander, secrefary-lreasurer.
A. V.'s Pep Band direcfed by Doyle While.
qw 1 ff PM f , G ,, ,f ,f w ., f, A . ,vi WV' E ' "
f L 5 1 , f hzg ii 535
f W , "" -. , g'
1, Z M, ,, ,., , J , ,,.,, , ,, ,,,, , , ,,., , ,. , , .,,. A , . , , ,
, q 2 :W qw ,if uf -fvv A 5 V 4 f ,f V f
4, 7 fy' ff mf, 14, . fy fy. wc, 4 w vw- :W "" uf V .,-14. fa iff
ZH Z Q , , .. - . fit 'f M . - U ' 7 6
gy 2 fa f I 4' A fi W gi lu
2 W ,, ag f
72 'K , . 3 Z4 gt
4 5 Q
, ' f, ' ? ' fi fi' 1 fi 'Q "" 5 f
f -V fi if , ,ff T7 hw 1, V' M
'I W. ' H111 4 , . f f ' f
ir 2 if , , if ' ' f ,
2' f -V ,,V Q ,i .' f , I ,,
t , : M ,MW ,f 1' 7 f "' ' ,, ' Z ' ' H' f mm, ,
3 g , , ' -' -'-- I 4 ., .Ly Ma V ,, fv ,
fa if 1 V W f V M, 5.1,
Q gif' , " ' J -z ff
25252 ' f ,. ' W 1 W 5 M, W
1 ,f M J f, ,, ,W 1 f 'M
ig? K, ,, ww M i I A , . I '
M WA A . 4, ' 4 N .. V, 2, 'V
in X ' My Wy I, if M u
A -4' f -J
Y ' 4 QW
"' 'M' ,, xypf 3 Yf '
M. I 7 yrs: ? '
f 5 'FP M in as ff
X 7 ' M P? u f 1 - W, mx, , '
f' ,, J . ,,., ,A ,, ? ' f W W 5 A ' M32 --'- - -1
41,7 " " ' I 2422? - -ff ' ,
f Q 4 iv 1 Q Q If 1 , 5 'K , I 7 Q ,f y H W ,, 5 I ef Z , G AQ bf H
f 'I , If H Z Wulf ' .Q J , 9 'i in ' ' W
Q M9537 4, A
4 ,N-'ff ,V X X V, 57' Jam, 5' f 34? A 1, .cv him 771 f ir, 0 ,fx X
f ff v f, ,WI ffl J , f Wav, " V, ,V g
f , 1 f A , au' ' 4 2 , f z ' 1
'?AwNxZ 1 :xnxx
' ,.,5:f'?' .
, 1 is ' sb
Q 'H Mg A
.Q Q 3 ' Q
+jl"v! Q54 K , "Ax
Q1 ,M ,
- 1 ix
NJ " X 1'
, 4 12
'W if V v in 5' gk
Q u I I 5'
X K 0 A
BOYS AND GIRLS CHORUS
During 'lhe year fhe sixfy-one members of fhe mixed chorus praciice
four-par+ harmony. Half of +he chorus +ook parl in +he opere++a which was
given in December.
ln 'lhe early par? of April, lhe mixed chorus presenfed fheir annual spring
concerl. They sang lwo numbers wi+h fhe large chorus. Florence and Lo'r+ie
Anloine sang a duel, "Were You There?".
"Piral'es oil Penzance", a lighil opereHa by Gilberi' and Sullivan, was pre-
senfecl in +he early par+ of December. Performances were given in The aller-
noon for The sludenf body, and for fhe public in 'lhe evening.
Hermione Vaughn, direclox' of vocal music, piclced sfudenis from +he
classes oi Chorus A, A Cappella Choir, and Glee Club. The main characlers
were David Johnson, Jerry Hoffman, and Virginia Englund.
Medley of Singers-Boys' and Girls' Chorus
f W A X
'I ,X W? X i
, f NJ :KM 9.
Z' ',,"v.'1Q' uf'
,,f. s.,., ..
fl'f,a'ms.,i1 K 'N' I D 13.
QJfiZ:ff'5 ' f fa HW
.. 5. .A
, Z . 7
an if M
1 'mxm x W!!
pkzgfz tie 4'
Firsf nighiers a+ fhe junior-senior play, "Our Town", viewed
siudeni fhespiansg Dani S+rock, Jack Peierson, Donna Lee, Bob
Cable, Joy Sexion, Kern Maiors, Jo Piani, Mike Bradford and Blake
"Our Town", a Thorlon Wilder play, was aboul fhe average
small fown life. I+ was narra+ed by Bob Cable, and each scene was
relived by players who acied fheir paris in panfomime wi+hou+ ihe
use of scenery. The casf consisied of +wen+y-five players under +he
direcfion of Roberi Hahn.
Four performances were given in 'lhe A.V. Aucliforium in No-
vember. La'rer fhar mon+h +he group 'lraveled io Mojave fo reper-
form fhe play.
I-Final curfains wirh Jeannie McGarraghy and Kern Maiors. 2-The mood is sei by Bill Sanfino's off-srage organ playing. 3-Emily
lDani Sfrockl fries fo console George's lJack Pefersonl grief. 4-Emily fries fo reach Yhe oufer world. 5-Love blooms over
strawberry phosphafes. 6-Neighborhood gossips pass windows of Emily and George. 7-Grief for the living: bewildermenf for fhe
dead. 8-The men behind ihe scenesy Derald Efherfon and Dennis Wolfer. 9-There is somefhing sacred abou? every marriage.
I0-Fafher and daughler scene againsf a background of neighborhood gossip. ll-Tradiiional kiss affer "l do" vows have been
Organized lasT year by sTudenTs inTeresT-
ed in horsemanship, wiTh The help oT Tad
Davis and Wilson Ferrell, The MounTed
Club became from Tall To spring one of The
more acTive clubs inside A. V. Hi.
WiTh Don Mills as presidenT of The group
iT sponsored, laTe in OcTober, The Junior
Horse Show and Gymlxhana and Rodeo. A
girls' drill Team and a parade uniT were
Tormed ThaT parTicipaTed in all valley-wide
parades. ln April a hayride and barbecue
was held aT The fair grounds. A selecTed
rodeo Team was senT To Clovis in May To
parTicipaTe in The California STaTe High
School Junior Rodeo.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
To promoTe a growing appreciaTion of The ioys
and saTisTacTions of homemalcing and To encourage
democracy in home and communiTy liTe was The
purpose oT The FuTure Homemakers AssociaTion
This year The sTudenT members won TirsT prize aT The
spring Gymkhana parade Tor The besT T'loaT and a
Tirsl' prize in The TeaTure exhibiT aT The Tair. They
placed an exhibiT in The school's Trophy case during
F. H. A. weelc, which showed The diTTerenT phases of
The club was composed oT Two diTTerenT groups
There were 32 in The senior group and 32 in The
lower group BoTh groups were under The leadership
oT presidenT Barbara Clarlc and sponsors Dorofhy
Schmied and Zelrna Goben
Club members prepared and served meals Tor
several banqueTs The largesT being The parenT and
son banqueT oT The FuTure Farmers of America
During some of The club meeTlngs The girls viewed
demonsTraTuons presenTed by homemalung special
1sTs To increase club Tunds members sold candy
and ChrusTmas cards
The FuTure Home Makers began preparing Tor a beTTer home
They learned Tundamenals of horsemanship.
T "f0r rerr 4 . . , ,TTT sz, - -.-T T T 4
I-Dean Rupp and his F. F. A. projecf. 2-George Blum, John Bosfon, Alan Gorsline, win F. F. A. frophies. 3-Taking firsf place
af Quarfz Hill Amond Fesfival, fhe Ridereffes were lead by Dolly Davis. 4-A new and differenf F. F. A. proiecf was Fred Max-
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Boys who live in rural communifies where farming is fhe main source of
income, make up The Fufure Farmers Club. This chapfer in Anfelope Valley
is able fo have a wide variafion of proiecfs because fhere are so many differ-
enf kinds of farms. The main proiecfs were cenfered around chickens, livesfock,
dairy, alfalfa, grain and fruif inferesfs.
Many iudging frips were faken fhroughouf fhe year. Members wenf fo
Davis College and Cal Poly for fhe sfafe judging finals.
Two weeks were spenf planfing 300 frees and a monfh building hog pan-
els af fhe fair. Aggies sold pop af fhe fair and af foofball games, +o swell
fheir freasury. Affer fhe games fhe boys helped clean up fhe foofball field
In class, public speaking is one of fhe main poinfs sfressed.
To acquire an undersfanding of agriculfure, develop leadership, co-
operafion, and cifizenship was fhe purpose of fhe club. Sponsors, Charlie
Adams, Milo Randolf, Paf Gary and Don Worden helped guide fhem fo bef-
fer farming fhrough proven mefhods.
A. members sfrove fo build beffer agriculfural sfafus in America.
ewdce Kink onlzdfccte to ohm!
World Friendship working foward American democracy.
Acfing as honorary members of fhe S+u-
denf Cour+, fhe Knighls helped fo keep
law and order around our campus fhis
year. They sa+ in assemblies and gave ar-
resi slips +o 'rhe rowdy or noisy s+uden+s.
A "C" average, a p proval of every
+eacher in +he school, and compleiion of
'rwo seasons of varsify sporfs were among
fhe membership requiremenis.
Under fhe guidance of Warren Nunn
and 'rh eir officers, presidenr, Lawrence
Wesfg vice-president Jack Hillg secreiary-
freasurer, Bob Walfers, fhey sponsored a
Through a variefy of ac+ivi+ies, fhe World Friend-
ship Club has gained a be++er viewpoinr of fhe
world +oday and a beHer idea of American democ-
Presiden+s Marie Twomey and Harvey Knoern-
schild, and program chairman Don Moore, wifh The
help of Floyd Lorbeer, arranged for speakers fo fell
of +heir fravel experiences and cusfoms 'rhey ob-
served in fhe differenf counrries of fhe world.
The proceeds from fhe big drive af +he end of
fhe year was used 'ro help fhe needy families of +he
world +hrough fhe infernarional organizafion, CARE.
Knighfs and Girls Service Club frying +o a++ain a beffer school
Commercial Club learning busines and office rou+ine.
Helping Io furiher s+udenIs' inI'eres'I and knowl-
edge in business and oFFice roulines was +he aim of
fhe Commercial Club. Local businessmen, secre-
faries, and o+her oFI'ice workers came inside A. V.
Hi 'Io 'ralk +o fhe members on commercial work. The
members also received prac+icaI +raining and in do-
ing so, gave 'rheir service +o 'Ihe school and com-
munify, by making programs for plays, song sheef,
and yell sheels. During Ihe second semesier Ihe
group ordered 'Iheir pins and had ini+iaIion for 'rhe
S+uden+s having had a+ Ieasi one semesfer of
commercial work were eligible for +his club. The
approximaiely fiffy members were led by presiclenf
Joan Benneff wifh Mary Floyd and Helyn Tees as
GIRLS SERVICE CLUB
Organized for service a+ school,
fhe Girls' Service Club followed
fhe paf+ern of Ihe Knighis.
Girls inferesied in being of ser-
vice Io A. V. Hi ioined fhe club.
Alfhough newly organized, Ihe
club parficipafed in several ac+ivi-
+ies. Heading Ihe Iisf was Ihe col-
Ieciion of funds for 'the Nalional
Transcribers Sociefy for fhe Blind.
Under Hialmar Siromberg, spon-
sor, and Margarei Judd, presidenf,
'rhe club planned +he year's service
FRESHMAN BOARD OF CONTROL
To acquainf fhe freshmen wifh fhe op-
erafion of sfudenf governmenf was fhe pur-
pose of fhis board. lf was pafferned affer
fhe sfudenf body Board of Confrol. The
Freshman Board of Confrol planned and
approved all class acfivifies. lf held discus-
sions and appoinfed sfudenfs for commif-
fees fo plan parfies. The main evenf plan-
ned was fhe early freshman gef-acquainfed
parfy which was called "The Frosh Go
Wesfern". The parfy was given af fhe be-
ginning of fhe year af Munz Lakes.
This board consisfed of fwenfy members
who were under fhe confrol of fheir class
presidenf, Sally Mead and board sponsors.
The sfudenfs serving on fhe board ofher
fhan fhe class officers were chosen by fheir
Freshmen Board of Confrol leads fhe Scrub acfivifies
The Hono: Sociefy, sponsored by Josephine Darf, was a club fo encour-
age high scholarship and service fo fhe school. In order fo belong, a sfudenf
had fo file a formal applicafion blank sfafing fha? he had mef fhe require-
menf of holding fen scholarship poinfs. These poinfs are derived by counfing
an A fhree poinfs, a B one poinf and a membership in a club one-half a poinf.
Discussions af meefings ranged from fhe explanafion of fhe Sfafe Con-
sfifufion of California Scholarship Federafion and local bylaws 'ro planning
During fhe year many proiecfs were accomplished. A few of fhe mosf
popular were fhe wiener bake, frips fo differenf colleges on "Campus Day,"
and fhe annual Soufhern California Convenfion.
Kern Maiors, wifh fhe help of fhe ofher officers, planned acfivifies for
fhe firsf semesfer while Gerfrude Peefz guided fhe second semesfer Honor
Honor Sociefy -- Infellecfual elife of AV Hi.
Kim WL sip- J ex
., .,.., , . ,
i a Q
7 :Zz I
-14 ,,,,' .
'ji' fl., Mr!
V , f Nos.,
U I , Af,
4 ' "
M, R Ag f 4
f 2, 1 as
I K V xx 'S' I
1 A .W 1 5
I Q V 2 3 5 as
' E U Q4 3' A iv
ww 1 2 Z A v 1, ya? ,ai yi ' 'r
Z 6 . gf 20 5 ix
1 7 my 437: 4 M V
f f vf
Saddam an 144:00
fl 1 ' ZW,
3??' ?..0gg -'1.
gif" -'iff - f D-V
Q M ig? fist w':g,Qwgx',b 3
I ' v ' J' ' ,if
In flue gyms and on th
e fields A. V. kid I
s p ay 'Y oui.
.5770 JW 1V
Our nexi' sfop inside A.V. Hi was for a glimpse oi +l'1e Physical
Educafion scene. Here foorball and lraclc, baseball and baslcefball,
fumbling and +ennis, plus a busy gym schedule are recorded in word
ln fhe girls gym our camera snapped a record of compelifion
in volleyball and speeclball, hockey and baslcelball, dancing and
soffball, as well as many individual sporfs.
On llwe following pages we will observe 'rlwe A.V. sporlsmen
The winning volleyball feam shows i+s slcill. Firsf down, Yhree io go af Oxnard game.
Zawya ? .54
L. fo R. Warren Nunn, Gordon Ackerman, Bill Mosk,
Bob McCu1'cheon, Don McDonald, Wilson Ferrell, Bob Bowman..
Kendall Bowlln George B um
Coach assignmenfs and gym class insfruciions kepf +he boys
physical educalion deparfmenr busy around 'Phe calendar. Bill Mosk
achng depar1'men+ head nn The absence of Ward Myers kepl' ad
munlsfrahve assngnmenrs under confrol and also found 'hme fo coach
Ofher full hme physncal educahon lnsfrucfors Included Bob
Bowman foofball and wresfllng coach Bob McCu+cheon baske+ball
and fumbling coach and Don McDonald Bee baskefball coach
Helpmg ouf parr hme were Warren Nunn rennls and Gordon
Ackerman who helped wnfh foofball and irack
For fhose who dldnf play nn malor or mlnor lnferscholashc
sporfs 'there was a planned gym schedule Thus schedule was dlvuded
mio 'len 'lhree week periods +ha+ covered skulls un swlmmmg iouch
foofball dancmg soccer frack baseball sof+ball fumbling wresl
lung and boxing
Bull Siyles Dale Jones Leroy
Harrlngfon Mike Bradford
Varsify 'fooiball men lake fime ou? for +he camerman.
Coming up againsi' some of 'lhe besf feams pro-
duced in fhe Venfura league for several years, fhe
Anfelopes Varsify squad, coached by Bob Bowman,
finished fhe season wifh fwo wins, five losses and
The Anfelopes defeafed Har+ and Harvard and
held fhe favored Venfura Preps 'fo a scoreless fie.
ez ' 60554
A. V. I3 Leuzinger I9
A. V. dropped a hard-foughl opening game fo
fhe Leuzinger on fhe winner's field.
In +he second period Laurence Wesl' scored, giv-
ing 'l'he Anlelopes a six-poinl' lead. ln 'I'he following
minufes Vic Sanfino raclced up anofher fally for
A. V. and Wesf converfed.
The Olympians, however, came back with a de-
fermined eFFor+ as Ihey dominaled +he resf of Ihe
game by scoring fhree quick Iouchdowns fo win I9
A. V. 0 Burroughs 6
Moving filly yards Io a 'Iouchdown and 'Ihen re-
nelling repea+ed An'l'elope drives +he Burroughs
feam of Inyo Kern won a surprising 6 'ro 0 viclory
from a cold A. V. +eam.
A. V. 0 Fillmore I3
The Anfelopes losf fheir firsl league game fo +he
Alfhough driving deep in+o Fillmore 'Ierrifory sev-
eral limes, 'fhe Anfelopes were unable +o close on
+he +wo 'touchdown lead fhe Flashes esfablished
early in fhe game.
Roland Porfer EIIioH Rumble Louis Arnold
Laurence Wesl Marion Cooper Bob Brev doro
I. Acquislapace alfer a live ball.
2. Harrington aiming low on a Harvard bal carrier.
3, Wes? driving around righl end for a firsl and len.
4. Andy Brownwood flashing up lhe sidelines for a lilleen yard gain.
A. V. 0 Sanfa Paula 26
The rough and ready Cardinals of Sanla Paula,
league champions, proved +o be rude guesfs when
'rhey visi+ed A. V. lo faire an easy 26 lo 0 win from
Scoring a louchdown in each of lhe firsl and sec-
ond quarlers and lwo in fhe fhird, lhe powerful
Cardinals handed fhe Anlelopes a bruising defeal.
A. V. 0 Ven'l'ura 0
ln a sizzling finish lo 'the l950 foolball season lhe
underraled Anfelopes lrealed lhe homecoming
A. V. Alumni lo a lhrilling game when lhey held The
favored Venlura Preps lo a 0 lo 0 lie.
Though 'rhrearening 'ro score only once, 'rhe An-
lelopes played a grea+ defensive game by sfopping
'rhe Preps lwice wilhin A. V's. own I0-yard line.
Wifh a minule lo go 'the Preps loughl lo lhe
A. V. 'rwo-yard line buf fhere The delermined Anle-
lopes held +ill 'rime ran ou+.
Coach Moslx wlfh his green buf willing Junior Varsify squad.
764 hczlegq an Zife Qziclrbaa
The Anlelope Junior Varsify
foofball squad, coached by Bill
Moslc, finished rhe season wi+h a
fofal of fhree wins and four losses.
The +eam defeafed l-lar+, Bar-
sfow and Fillmore, and losl fo Lone
Pine, Big Bear, Oxnard and Sanla
Alfhough 'rhe Baby Anlelopes
losf four ouf of seven games, 'I'hey
showed +ha+ some ourslanding +al-
enl' will be added +o 'lhe Varsify
rosfer nexl year.
Baylles Clark Harold Moss b Walfers Vnclor Sanlino Lawrence Valdivra Ben Acqulsfapace
Gary Rader Louis Arnold Ray Brighf Kennelh Kelley Duck Cas'IIe
Winning eighl' of Ihe firsf nine games marked a high poinf for Ihe A. V.
Varsify under Ihe coaching of Bob McCuIcheon. Complefing 'rhe season wifh
a Iofal of I3 wins and I2 losses, A. V. averaged 49.6 poinfs per game.
The Anfelopes were handed Iheir firs'I' defeaf of Ihe season by Ihe Col-
'Ion Colfs in a hof ba'H'Ie which saw A. V. rake second place in Ihe A. V.
Prior 'Io league play, A. V. won Ihe Lone Pine Iournamenf by defeafing
mos'I' of Ihe deseri' league Ieams including Burroughs, Lone Pine and Owens
Valley. The An+eIopes ended 'their season in a fourlh place Ieague s+anding.
High score record for feam play was brolcen when 'Ihe Anfelopes neI"Ied
68 poinfs in a game wifh Oxnard. Forward Jerry Efchison sei' Iwo An'IeIope
scoring records by neHing 4I poin'rs in one game againsr Trona and also ser-
ing ouI' +he Varsi'I'y quin+eI' were forward Brien WaI'I'ers, a leading scorer: cen-
ing ouf 'rhe Varsi'I'y quin+e+ were forward Brien WaI+ers, a leading scorer: cen-
Ier, Ray Brighfg guards Kennefh Kelly and Louis Arnold. Dick Casfle played
sfeady baslcefball as forward.
BoI'h E'I'cI1ison and WaI+ers made I'he firsi sfring Veniura AII-League for-
z ' T
X ,J 3
x vig. '
Ygn ' W.. '
4 gg x
, f S if 'fi '
Jerry Efchison Brien Weliers
dgeid XGBWD f
c Q Y
Jerry Efchinson Ronnie Mclliibbon Ray Brighi geiing sei Har? fakes Hue
in for a lay-up coming in for a quick shot for a rebound. febound +o score
The varsify team Oakes fime ouf.
Wazhdzfq, ee ofa ee. tie 649054 79 Wad
OPPONENTS ANTELOPE VALLEY
5 I 38
I, Harf's Blankenship fakes a long shof
2, Walfers and Casfle move down on offense
The Cees learned fhe fundamenfals.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Seemingly overpowered Ihroughouf fhe
season, fhe Junior Varsify Baslrefball squad
ended fhe l950-5I season by winning 4
ouf of a 20 game schedule.
Coach Don McDonald Iead Ihe Bee's +o
vicfory over Oxnard, Owens Valley, and
+wice over Barsfow. Jack Bass was chosen
on +he aII-sfar +eam in I'he Lone Pine Invi-
+aI'ionaI Tournament Oufsfanding players
on 'I'he Bee squad were Ray BiIIe'I', Marion
Cooper, Dick Peferson, Dick Swif'I', Jack
Bass, and Delmer Weisf.
es +he up and coming Ieam of the fufure.
7. Wesf in posifion for a pin.
8. Bob Hieberf warms up on fhe high bar.
9. A demonsfrafion of precision balance and sfrengfh.
IO. Paul Siemens and Derald Efherfon in a pracfice mafch.
ll. Good wresfling form is shown by John Siemens.
l2. Clyde Irving performing a beaufiful handsfand.
I3. Brien Walfers and Ray Brighf in a pracfice mafch wifh
I4. Perfecf back-flips
ln ifs four year hisfory, fhe A.V. Wresfling feam,
under fhe coaching of Bob Bowman, had ifs mosf
successful year. A.V. was fhe only school in fhe
Venfura league fhaf had a wresfling feamg fhere-
fore was limifed fo six meefs. Two wifh Whiffier,
and Redlands, followed by fhe C.l.F. secfional, and
fhe sfafe finals.
Divided info fwelve weighf classes, fhe fea m
ranged from fhe ninfy-five pound class fo 'rhe
heavy weighfs of over one hundred sevenfy-five
The feam fool: fhird place in fhe secfional final
af Chino wifh Paul Siemens, Derald Efherfon, Lau-
rence Wesf, John Siemens, and Judd Logan quali-
fying fo go fo fhe sfafe finals af San Diego in
March. Bofh Paul Siemens and Logan fool: fourfh
place in 'I'he finals.
Wiih six refurning leHermen, coach Warren
Nunn's fennis ieam seemed headed for an excep-
Honally good season.
Led by such s+alwar+s as Brien Walfers, Ray
Brighf, Jack Peferson, Loren Aclcer, and Harvey
Knoernschild +he racquel men won all of +heir early
season mee+s before sfariing league play.
This year +he 'rumbling leam sl'ar+ed wifh an en-
+irely new group. Alfhough g re e n, 'lhe boys im-
proved wi+h every meef, under coach Bob McCu+-
When fhe Yucca wenf +o press, four ou+ of lheir
five mee+s had been complered. The high poinf
man af +his 'lime was Bob Hieber+, wifh 47 poin'rs.
Runners ups were Dick Sanford wi+h 26 poinfs, Gen-
eral Mason and Clyde lrving wifh 2I poinfs, Jesse
La+ham had I9, and Kyle Sweel' had I4 poinfs.
Gymnaslic meeis were wi'I'h San Fernando, Long
Beach Poly, +wo wifh Sanla Paula, Pasadena and
Tennis players-lhe men in +he liffle while suifs.
Brawny muscle-men known as wresllers.
Agile performers were fhe members of AV's gym feam.
Raul Tapia, Dale Harrel, iumping: Paul Owens, Andy Brownwood, Dale McClengahen,
eq faced 7066
GeHing off 'lo a good s+ar+ 'rhe fraclr +eam placed second in
+he Venfura 20-30 relay mee+, and bea+ +he Oxnard Bee's and
Cee's under 'l'he coaching of Bill Moslr.
A+ 'lhe 'lime ihe Yucca wenf +o press fhe A's were lacking in
depih, bu+ sfrong in fhe Bee's and Cee's.
Dale Harrel was +he only refurning A lefferman, buf Gary
Rader, Andy Brownwood and Elliof Rumble came up from fhe
Bee's. The Bee's had fwo refurning leffermen wiih 'Five Cee leHer-
men sfepping up. The Cee's had an unusual number of re+urning
leH'ermen wifh six refurning.
Varsify feam, winners of Lancasfer
Junior Chamber of Commerce lnvie
The Bees braved
Cees rnimiced fheir big brofhers and
grabbed firsf in fhe
Coaches McDonald and Ferrell display fheir baseball players.
gmac. gala and 5460.
Geffing off wifh an excepfionally good sfarf by scoring an
impressive 8 fo 5 vicfory over Venfura for fhe firsf 'rime in several
years, Coach Don McDonald seemed fo be heading fhe Anfelopes
for a very successful season af fhe fime fhe Yucca wenf fo press.
The Anfelope baseball squad also fool: fwo successive wins from
Barsfow before season play sfarfed.
Refurning le'H'ermen were: Jerry Efchison and Don McBroom
A.V.'s lop pifchers, Lawrence Wesf shorf sfop, Don Crafon fhird
base and Lewis Arnold righf field. Filling in fhe resf of fhe feam
were Bob Brevidoro firsf base, Jerry Saulfs second base, Delmer
Weisf cafcher, Kennefh Kelly leff field and Gary Rader cenfer field.
Jerry Efchison wound up for a solid hif.
GeH'ing se? for a sacrifice bunf.
A sure ouf, af home plafe.
Bob Brevidoro ready for a squeeze play.
Don Crafon wailing for fhe ball on a close play ai fhird.
Laurence Wes? really lays info fha? ball.
if W, -vw Q. I
G. A A CABINET
Under The sponsorship oT Darlene Hoskins, The
Girls' Afhlehg AssociaTion CabineT did a Thorough
iob in planning The iniTiaTion, Play Day, G. A. A.
Spread, and selling concessions aT The baslceTball
games. The iniTiaTion was held laTe in February wi+h
The inifiaileg wearing un-maTched cIoThes and funny
hair-do's during The day. ReTreshmenTs and enTer-
TainmenT Tollowed in The evening. WiTh The money
The club earned Trom selling pop and candy aT The
baslceTball games, The G. A. A. boughi' and award-
ed leTTers Tor The girls earning Them.
Serving The club Tor The whole year were presi-
deni, Darlene Palmerg vice-presidenT, ElizabeTh
Taylor, secreTary, Beverly DieTrichg Treasurer, Bobby
Craig and Tour class represenTaTives.
Girls' P. E. Teachers smile Tor The phoTographer.
Those who led G.A.A.
Hailing Trom The sTaTe oT lowa, Darlene Hoskins acquired her
educaTion aT Parsons College where she maiored in Home Economics
and minored in Physical EducaTion. ATTer securing her credenTials she
TaughT Tor Two years aT Amana Colonies.
During World War ll she joined The Wasps and became a squad-
ron commander. AT The Time of graduaTion she received special
achievemenTs and was awarded a waTch.
AT presenT Miss Hoskins, who is head oT The P. E. DeparTmenT, in-
sTrucTs High School and J. C. gym, and J. C. Personal Hygiene.
When she isn'T c.levoTing her Time To The planning of a beTTer P. E.
program, she indulges in her hobbies, which are Tlying and dancing.
Born and reared in Hawaii, Marian Fraser came To The STaTes To
acquire an educaTion in The field oT secondary Teaching. She TirsT
aTTended The UniversiTy of Kansas. ATTer a Tew years she came To
California and enrolled in The College of Pacific Tor her graduaTe
ln I949 she secured her TirsT Teaching iob, which was inside A. V.
Hi. She now assisTs Darlene Hoslrins in The P. E. DeparTmenT.
During summer vacaTions Miss Fraser spends her Time aT Camp
Paivilxa which sponsored by The Crippled Children's SocieTy of Los
Angeles CounTy. LasT summer she worlred as a uniT leader. Her hob-
bies are Tennis, swimming, and dancing.
Pal' Craig scrambles for flue ball.
Anna DeFa1io frying lo iniercep+ Hee hockey ball.
Michi Uyeda and Pai Hankins siruggling for fhe speed ball.
Girls calling our Qheir numbers fo Mrs. Speci for 'their fowels.
Dani Shock showing her kicking iechnique in speeclball.
, , , . mv
Girls Afhlefic Associaiion in focus.
Promo+ion of beffer sporfsmanship, sporls inferesf, and playing abilify,
has been fhe purpose of 'lhe Girls A+hle'l'ic Associafion for many years.
Sfarfing fhe years even+s was fhe insfallafion of officers and 'the an-
nual G.A.A. Spread. Following in Ocfober was fhe firsf Play Day held ai'
A.V. Hi in five years. Affer fhe second semesier came fhe inifiafion of 'lhe
new members, and closing +he year an award assembly was held.
Every member of fhe G.A.A. is required +o have one season, which
could be obfained in several ways. H could be secured by hard worlc in
achieving marked proficiency in a given sporf. Ofher means of earning sea-
sons infailed selling concessions af infer-school games or by falling pari' in
afier school dancing for fhe Mofher's Tea program.
Miss Hoskins giving ihe Big A girls insfrucfions.
Carolyn Farley helping Dolores Waldrip spilce flue ball.
Befy Valdez finds lhe volleyball payoff a liHle rough.
Bobbie Craig affempls a baslcei in flee Big A game.
Girls doing fhe swan, one of+l'1e many exercises fauglui' in
Proud owners of Big A sweafers line up 'for review
me 1441! lack 7n4wle 14 7 We
To become a member of fhe Big "A" was lhe
goal sfrived for by many girls bul accomplished by
few. lf was a privilege fo belong lo fhis club be-
cause ii' fakes several years of hard work in physi-
cal eclucafion lo meel' +he requiremenl' of len sea-
The main acfivifies of fhe club were: serving for
+he 'foolball banquef, helping wifh lhe clolhing
drive, and compefing in 'lhe annual Big "A"-J. C.
Planning fhese differenl' evenls under fhe spon-
sorship of Darlene Hoskins were presidenf Bobby
Craig, vice-presidenl' Pa+ Craig, secrefary Barbara
Fosfer, freasurer Joan Benneh' and publicify edilor
I. Home economics girls prepare re-
freshmenfs for parficipanis of fhe
2. Toss up geHs anofher session of
3. Volleyball winners give a yell for
4. Adrienne PIM' serving oranges fo
fhe playday feams.
5. Wifches and goblins praclice for
ihe Halloween dance.
6. Speedball players work ou'f a
GIRLS' PLAY DAY
A. V. played hosf a+ a Tri-Counly League Play Day, for fhe firsf
lime in over fwenly years, on a Safurday lare in Ocfober. ln fhe
boys' gym and on 'lhe baseball field, volleyball and speedball were
An innova+ion was +he feaching of +he fundamenfals of modern
dance. Girls from A. V. sfayed affer school and during lunch lime for
over fwo weeks 'lo pracfice a dance called "Screams in 'rhe Nigh'r".
The purpose of +he dance program was 'lo 'reach beH'er rhy+hm and
Oxnard, Sanla Paula, Har+, Fillmore, Moorparlc, Nordhoff and
A. V. were awarded plaques made by Joan Benneff.
LR WKBER, "
For body and fender worlc painhng wheel align
menf frame siraighfemng and 'lhose smoo'rh run
ning Chevrolefs be sure +o see STARKSEN CHEV
ls il lumber sash and doors painf or o+her build-
ing marerials you need? The place for +hese, af a
reasonable price is AL RAY LUMBER CO.
Chuck Pufman A V graduaie of 'rhe class of 44
delivers fhe same rich GOLDEN STATE milk pro
duc'I's lhaf are sold af AV Hi and communrly
founfains and s+ores
Whelher if s plumbing for 'I'he new science build-
ing or washers for +ha+ lci+chen faucef, A V PLUMB-
lNG offers qualify maferials and guaranleed worlc-
Lasfly we come lo "Our Town". Through lhe co-operalion and
friendly a'H'i+ude of fhe merchanls of Lancasler, Palmdale, Moiave,
and ourlying dis+ric+s, 'rhe publicafion of fhis book was made pos-
sible. Merchanls, displaying "Yucca Boos+ers", cheerfully boughf
space during 'lhe pasl' school year, and fhe money from fhese ads
paid one-'rhird of lhe lolal expense of lhis book. '
ln fhe following seclion are nearly one hundred merchanfs 'rhal'
display 'lhe "Yucca Boos+er" emblem. When paironizing a boosler
you are buying from a concern who has al hearf, The inferesf of fhe
A.V. Hi Sfudenl' Body.
Double fakes are noi in order when paironizing Profecf whal' you have. Accidenls give no warn-
Frank Sfubbins of STUBBINS STUDIO, Yucca pho- ing. See STEVE MARVIN owner of RUTLEDGE IN-
lographer. SURANCE for insurance or real esfafe needs.
Convenienr parking one-half
block from Ten+h in fhe cenfer
of +own, can be found ai'
MlCKEY'S PARKING LOT on
Sfop in af FRONTIER PAINT
81 SUPPLY CO. and le+ fheir
courreous owners help redeco-
ra+e your home wilh wallpaper,
venefian blinds or beau+iful
See a wide variefy of merch-
andise a+ GlLBERT'S 5 8: I0
INC., where Mr. Nafe Buchan-
an, manager, is always ready 'fo
help wifh a seledion.
Quick service and good food
are fea'I'ured al MARTIN'S
CAFE, loca+ed on Sierra Hwy.,
Good performance is assured
in farm equipmen+ sfoclred for
Valley farmers by WESTSIDE
FARMERS SUPPLY STORE.
Good levis, shir+s, iaclcefs and
children's wear, plus ofher ser-
viceable merchandise can be
purchased af fhe PEOPLE'S DE-
For affer-school sodas, Shir-
ley, Beafrice and Janice agree
WESTCOTT 81 PLUMMER Drug
Sfore is a favorife meefing
place for +he high school crowd.
Excellen+ radios, felevision
se+s, and ofher elecfrical appli-
ances are for sale a+ C. 8: H.
BeHy Small is convinced fhe
"5I" Buick af FISHER BUICK
is a smoo+h-running, good-loolv
ing car anyone would be proud
All 'lypes of eleclrical wiring
and repairing service is avail-
able af E. G. GLASCOCK'S,
locafed on Sierra Hwy., iusl
Soulh of Ave. l.
mm e sgvvnrnsp,
hw Rum -
Supplying hardware and au'Io-
mobile accessories 'ro fhe Palm-
dale area is fhe well-Icnown
DOUG GILMAN, dealer for
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO.
GUTHRIE COLLINS, in Lan-
casfer, serves ranchers Ihrough-
ou'f An+eIope Valley wifh fine
pouI+ry and Iivesfoclc feeds.
Wallace Ward, invi+es you 'ro
see his fine display of Ioys,
household appliances, and clofh-
ing, af his WARD'S STORES, in
John Smifh inspecis fhe sfoclc
of fine elecfrical appliances a+
BISHOP 8: LUSHER, in Lancas-
Follow Ihis young man's ex-
ample and visi+ fhe FASHION
TAILORS, +o seIec+ fhe besl' in
Sfop ai' +he RUBY ANN
DRESS SHOP, in Moiave fo find
smarf sfyles in good quaIi+y
clofhes for women.
Feed for animals and farm
supplies are made available by
Ihe friendly Purina dealer a+
LANCASTER FEED 81 SUPPLY
The home-'Iown newspaper,
fhe LEDGER GAZETTE, has
complele news coverage of An-
'lelope Valley's 'lrading area.
ls fhere a doub+ in your mind
where lo buy fhe giH for every
occasion? There shouldn'+ be.
H"s LOUISE'S for +he finesl in
gif+s, a+ reasonable prices.
When medical care is need-
ed, fhe LANCASTER COM-
MUNITY HOSPITAL s + a n d s
ready. Doc+ors are on call a+ all
Whe+her i+'s for overnighl or
for a monfh, 'I'he spacious rooms
and quiel' surroundings of 'Ihe
ELITE HOTEL, in Moiave, makes
for easy living.
For quick service and good
meals, lake 'rhe advice of fhese
kids, and palronize LEE'S CAFE.
"There's a Ford in your fu-
'Iure", a well known phrase and
a Fine car behind ii' al' your local
dealer, LANCASTER FO R D
Prices are low and fhe quaIi+y
high a+ HAYWARD LUMBER
8: INVESTMENT CO. A friendly
dealer helps solve all building
Whelher building a coHage,
a corral, or a clolhesline pole,
+I1e place fo go for building ma-
Ierials is fhe FOREST LUMBER
Aufo par+s for everyfhing
from new cars +o iallopies, are
sfocked by Chel' Sinn of L. F.
CLARK AUTO PARTS.
Bill Albrighf learns from
Kerns Vaughn af fhe TOM
FOLEY AGENCY how fo buy
insurance. He knows fha? fhis is
where he will find friendly ser-
ln fime of need MUMAW
FUNERAL HOME offers friend-
ly and courfeous affenfion. Am-
bulance service is also available.
GEORGE'S CLEANERS for
fhe new look in clofhes! Nof a
wrinkle or a spof overlooked.
A+ WALT WALDRlP'S De-
Sofo-Plymoufh agency, can be
found beaufiful and good per-
forming cars. Sfop in, fo see
For beaufiful corsages, bou-
quefs, and flowers for every oc-
casion, pafronize fhe ANTE-
LOPE VALLEY FLORIST.
Take Coach McDonald's ad-
vice and come fo HOLMES'
STATIONERY, when you wanf
fo purchase candy and sfafion-
ery supplies. '
For lubricafion, wash iob, or
any ofher car service, remember
in Lancasfer if's FOSSATVS, fhe
friendly UNION OIL dealer.
These girls know where fhe
lafesf in new sfyles are sold.
Such fashionable clofhes are
found af fhe SMART SHOP.
Tarzie Turley seems fo be in-
feresfed in buying fhaf wafch
which is being displayed af
Painfs, linoleum, elecfrical ap-
pliances and kifchen gadgefs of
all kinds are displayed af ENG-
Courfeous service and a wide
selecfion of excellenf meafs are
frademarks af fhe ANTELOPE
VALLEY MEAT MARKET.
Boys! Follow Lawrence's ad-
vice and gef your nexf haircuf
af ROSAS BARBER SHOP.
Lawrence's smile shows his saf-
JAQUA 81 SONS furnish
building maferials and supplies
of good qualify. Talk wifh fhem
concerning masonry needs.
Jean Harvell enioys shopping
al' RElLLY'S MARKET. For your
convenience fhey offer free de-
Mr. S'I'raud McBride an d
Ricky Pauls examine fhe merifs
of a new refrigerafor af Mc-
BRIDE 81 SONS HARDWARE in
Buy healfhy planfs and seeds
al' PALMDALE NURSERY 'l'o
beaufify bofh home and gar-
The VALLEY ROOFING CO.
will help selecl' a good new roof
or safisfacforily repair an old
Jerry Eichison, Lynn Reil-
nouer, and Jerry Edwards find
good service af PERKINS' BAR-
If i'r's smar+ looking clofhes
you're shopping For, check wifh
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wallace a+
THE TOGGERY, in Palmdale
Careful service is given fo
every car af BUD 81 CARP'S -
CHEVRON STATION Palm
dale. Drive in 'ro enioy fhis ser
Slop +o see ihe variefy of
merchandise al' MILTON'S 5-I0
25c STORE. They carry Ihe besl
from candy +o calico
For good qualiiy BOB
WARD'S MEATS win. Ricky
Pauls and friend are happy wilh
+he service 'rhey received.
As +hese girls have found
VEVA MARIE'S SPORTOGS
have wonderful spring coHons
and sporis cloihes of originalily.
This shining display of kifch-
enware which Bill Albrighl' ad-
mires is al fhe WESTERN
AUTO SUPPLY CO., on Sierra
Highway in Lancasler.
Besides selling and servicing
radios LANCASTER RADIO
carries good lines of refrigerai
ors washing machines and
smaller eIec+ricaI arhcles
These siudenfs enloy Insfenmg
fo records Ihey wan+ 'ro buy ai
fhe MUSIC BOX Shee+ music
and phonograph needles ar
S+ar+ fhe hunfmg season off
righl See +he 'Fine dl play of
hunhng equipmeni and hard
ware al GRIFFIN 8: SONS
HUNTER S DODGE 8: PLYM-
OUTH d aler h a I' I
smarfly siyled new cars' cars of
dependabilify and economy.
FASHION CLEANERS are
eflicienl' cleaners. A courfeous
represen+a'rive will pick up and
deliver cloihes al' your home.
Are your shoes in need of re-
pair? Take Them 'lo BOYER'S
SHOE REPAIR 'ro gel' 'thai new
shoe a pearance, bul old shoe
Looking around for lockers 'ro
slore your meal, a place lo pro-
cess your meal, a place 'fo buy
meal' al wholesale prices? Go 'fo
the DESERT FOOD LOCKERS.
AFRICA'S PRINTERS, pub-
lishers of lhe Green Lighl, are
available for any lype of prinl-
Fealuring qualily Alb e r's
Feed and a fine seleclion of
hardware for lhe Valley ranch-
ers is NEWELL 8: CO., in Lan-
PENNEY'S has lhe righl kind
of clolhes and a large variely
of merchandise, well displayed
in lheir big slore in Lancasler.
For sand and cemenl pro-
ducls or 'rrucking and building
malerials be sure 'Io see FRANK
LANE, on Wesl Ave. I.
John and Bill visi+ fhe FER-
NANDO MILL, big Lancasler
processors of An+elope Valley
Page I IO
If i+'s Oliver Traclors or c
equipmenl' you're a'F'Ier, go lo
ROBERTSON IMPLEMENT CO.
for your needs.
Complele household a
ances and wiring malerials
be found al STOORE 81 NI
Lancasler General Eleclric c
For lhe besl' feed fhalr
keep 'rhose animals hea
come in 'ro GUTHRIE COLI
FEED STORE, in Palmdale.
Concrefe irrigalion p
dilch digging and laying c ir
rigalion pipes are speciallies
McGOWAN 81 SWAN.
Glass and mirrors cul lo
lhe desired measuremenls
always handled skillfully al
LANCASTER GLASS CO.
DESERT EXPRESS offers
economical frucklng. Their
casler olTice is Iocaled wesl'
Sierra I-lwy. on Ave. I.
For farm-fresh wholesale frui+
and produce, see CALLAS
PRODUCE COMPANY, loca+-
ed on Yucca Ave.
Oualil' is a aren+ in +he fine
merchandise displayed a+ 'I'he
Sfop in for 'rhal' snaclc or meal
al' lhe HORN INN. Courleous
and prompf service 24 hours a
For fine qualify dairy pro-
ducls delivered +o your home a+
reasonable rafes, nofify fhe
GOLDEN PIONEER DAIRY in
Aulo parfs and welding sup-
plies are specialized al' H. M.
PARKER 8: SON in Lancasfer
A good job in dry cleaning
or laundering of clofhes is a
habif ai' fhe ANTELOPE VAL-
MARTIN PONTIAC is +he
service cenfer for painfing and
body worlr. Johnson Oufboarcl
Mo+ors and frailers can also be
obfained from fhe Ponfiac deal-
When in need of a new frac-
+or, be sure 'lo visif GEORGE
D. PADGETT, your local Allis-
CARL'S DRUG, +he Rexall
Sfore is lhe place +o gel pre-
scriplions filled. Courfeous foun-
'rain service is also available.
W. J. McADAM REAL ES-
TATE AGENCY has choice sifes
for new homes in Anfelope Val-
Fine diamonds, wafches, sil-
verware and ofher fypes of
good jewelry or silver are
sfoclxed af fhe HAMILTON
Marlcefing service for valley
egg producers is fhe funcfion
of fhe ANTELOPE VALLEY
For fhaf beaufiful new Sfude-
baker or any aufomobile re-
pairing sfop af MILL MOTORS
General household and farm
hardware ifems as well as Min-
neapolis-Moline fa rm equip-
menf are handled by JOHN-
SON 8: SCHAFFERT.
For complefe insurance serv-
ice see Herb C. Baker, A.V. Hi,
Class of '42, af his FARMERS
INSURANCE office in Lancas-
Firsf r u n picfures sfraighf
from fhe sfudios are always seen
af fhe ANTELOPE THEATER.
When inferesfed in buying a
refrigerafor or ofher imporfanf
home appliances af reasonable
prices shop af STILL ELECTRIC
Refrigerafors, washing ma-
chines, dish washers, and many
ofher Izifchen or household ap-
.pliances are feafured af
McCOROUODALE'S, on Yuc-
ca, in Lancasfer.
AV E N FURNITURE COM-
PANY offers furnifure of sfyle
and qualify fo homemalcers of
I'he Anfelope Valley.
Fine ice cream and fresh fro-
zen foods are offered pafrons
of fhe ROGER WILLIAM dis-
fribufors in Palmdale.
3 if-H X K A
fwawgiig M KW iffy!
rv 1 WU
wa JW, MM!!
R X C W
M vw My
X Cf-ff pb A
3 y Q5 6325 X RJ vwbkbkkq 04.
C, Exiiwfjizn my Umfl
W U , Rig KW f pf
Sw :HC 3 YQ MQ fmc M N
P 3 GQ Mwmjwwyxg Ma
2 Www? gig A
XX MW AQXM 7
f vzlfmfy 72' PM M
WWW 46 ix 65-PM WW
Y wi? E002 ELQYEEE WWI? ff Q0 B5
FO EA gi Wrlvdicffmwvwff
J if ffl Hai f,4,,,W W mggwjpfwmfb
QQQAVQCQQ HCWQA 12.7, 5,9 jMWWWMWS5
jizz mf KQYJJDMA M
SC-A N622 fb K,
i C? TA 'J , www awyvf 1
AQ ,X 1 Ali 52:5 H ff 1 G! f X X
re' Th -- ?W gg f 'ff-,K J v Om ,W 5 'J
gi! K2-?r gif!! X I Km ffhsixs ,gif X yy
C514 ix . -i x .X -5 I me M: or,g I U JE , L QF
hx lf If V! Y X Qlflqrquxx U , J! ffnq! A MMD-XIAWIV QQLW
X it K Ur - W ,fd
fxl M A U M-A dc 12? J If qnw
f F w a fx f
QR W wi, 1 rw ff' S5 MQ J
Q53 45 JW , ,QE it ff? ,fn 145
F , Q? W fy M tfff is V vw A W7
Ni bf 2 L w Ks , f J iw an 4
f xx Xi 1 as x 3 N A A J 5,3 :YQK fix K
8' X' p 5? A S
Qs 6 - bbs EXP' B? AK SW. A Ji 55 ffffw SD 691 64 sg
fi, nw ,X Q61 V W ' fps V 0 J Q52 1 5, v
jg? Q? xp N Yagi Lgqg-Z N SX fwpjwxix 55 gk Q CSX
5 N X V -XX-X N ' X. 1 ,JJ W-x fx V135 ff xxx
,Q EX it Ii cwgteh wifiricbg w Q6 4 L gf J
Y X f f 25 iw X W
5' -Z' YS 'gh 32 YQ 'Zip 32 N? Q35 Q Ni 49
wg wi?" F ' gk W S f- Q :lb kk
gb 9 X K V Q SQ it 'HS
gg A L N , . - .-, ,
X 1 N arg? ' nfl, X -N fn V, 4 E N95 Q
35 sl K ,QQ CD bf- " W W 'L , ff!
.Xi ' 2? Q cy ' I A A' xx: I NIJ
QQ E, W X- Wm U :Dj 2 011 X
, 0 nl A Q Q C7 'ff V I I
is Q, Q12 QQ OJ k,
N H, N5 E E QM 63
W , - W , Y X
Em di 5 -Ex . E Qi ,E ' '
53 Q51 gxx E QQQQZZAQ ' A 2-34
Q W5 X XXX Y, 3 nj If A 'fin' QV
S EAS X bg XE 71 'M' g an 58? WJ 6
,X Q m 'I I -I
ig S. W VX R s ffyifv IF W
ix Q X P X5 ff
" 7 A x Tm N X Q
if ,,,ff 2 2 ff WM Q nr'
. ' , go Q Be Q CSS
wwf Ei fm
, 3755 X 5 I 1?-if
Suggestions in the Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.