Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA)
- Class of 1953
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Associafecl Sfuclenfs of
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FACULTY, PAGE 8
CLASSES PAGE 26
Willie seemed fo be everywhere and cerfainly was a
creafure of a hundred moods. Af fimes he cooled fhe hof
faces of sfudenfs and faculfy. On ofher occasions he roar-
ed recklessly fhrough fhe hallways banging classroom doors
or spenf fhe day piling sand in fhe corners of eyes and
Docile as a newcomer in Sepfember Willie increased
his fempo as fhe school year picked up momenfum and by
midferm had driven afhlefes from fhe fields and swepf
sfudenf life from fhe campus lawn. By midwinfer Willie
would have been classified as a problem child. Day affer
day he swooped and whirled, moaned and howled, never
missing a chance fo malce himself lcnown. Guidance coun-
selor Jack Landrum expressed fhe belief fhaf Willie was nof
chronically maladiusfed buf fhaf he simply was "going
fhrough a phase". Sure enough. Wifh fhe lafe spring Willie
quiefed down, fhe sfudenfs refurned fo fhe lawns, and
campus life refurned fo ifs earlier franguil sfage.
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The wrilers ol Ihis The I953 Yucca have chosen ever-
presenr Willie as a symbol +o guide Ihe reader Jrhrough lhe
pages of our book. Wilh Willie, if is our hope +ha+ you,
genlle reader, will enioy This briel review of school life
al Anlelope Valley Joinl Union I-ligh School. Now wilh
Willie lel's loolc al aclivilies lhal range from lhe quiel
earneslness of our classrooms lo The conlagious excilemenl
of our alhlelic conlesls.
ACTIVITIES, PAGE 60
ATHLETICS, PAGE 86
ADS., PAGE IIO
CHARLES PARKER JACK LANDRUM
Come on, and iusl follow Willie as we
sfarl our 'four ol A. V. by meeiing lhe Two
men io whom our l953 Yucca is dedicaled
-Jack Landrum, boys' dean and Charles
Parker, direcior of siudenl' acliviiies.
Consfanl acrivilies conducfed for lhe
sludenis keep fhese 'rwo conlinuously busy.
l-landling 'rheir duries wilh good grace and
cheerful smiles, lhey conlribule much spiril
ro our school.
Why, +here's The afiendance office where
lhey hold iorlh. Lel"s iusl rake a look in lo
gel a irue piciure of whai goes on in ihe
busy day oi an A. V. adrninislralor.
Jusi look ai lhal line of siudenis wailing
io see Jack Landrum. Among his many
dulies is inierviewing and counseling new
siudenls. Undersianding boys and lrheir
problems is his forle. l-lis help has enabled
many ro live a belier adiusled life. ln pasl'
years al A. V. he has also been an a'rhle'ric
Whiz . . . Why i+'s Charles Parker. You'll
find him whizzing around school all doy long.
l-le's responsible for a good deal of school
spiril. l-lis good humor and lighl-hearied
friendly manner seems +o be coniagious
among lhe sludenls and iaculiy. Aclivily
planning invariably leads lo rhe exclama-
lion, "l.e'r's check wi+h Mr. Parker."
Now we'll leave lhese 'rwo oulsianding
men 'ro iourney lurlher on in our book. This
will be 'rhe lasl of lhem you'll see recorded.
buf many ol our following ac+ivi+ies are due
lo lheir planning and hard work.
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Who goes There7 Willie ole boy you re caughT Tor
sure And by all people The BOARD OF TRUSTEES and ROY
A KNAPP disTricT superinTendenT l.eTs lisTen a minuTe and
see whaTs being discussed This year heavy enrollmenT con
sTrucTion of new school rooms sTudenT acTiviTies and per
sonnel These men really have a lob on Their hands
PresenTing The plans To The board is ROY A KNAPP
This indeed is a lob In iTselT l-le is very acTive in school acTivi
Tes Tollowing Them Trom The board where They originaTed
on To The Tinal sTages
Now To look aT The board' Say I recognize men Trom
all over The valley. There s PresidenT Wallace Ward who is
a LancasTer businessman. I-ie s always ready wiTh a wiTTy sTory
so all can work wiTh a biT oT Tun. Clerk of The board is Gus
Eliopulos a WesTside Tarmer. Being an A.V. TooTball enThusiasT
he never misses a game There are Three associaTe members
on The board. George McNamee BurTon BroThers mine rnan-
ager in Rosamond spends much oT his Time in youTh work.
James Wilson EasTside rancher a Tormer sTudenT body pres-
idenT oT A V. and William J. Sinclair owner of The LiTTle-
rock Beverage Co. who enioys spending his Tree Time hunT-
ing, compleTe The group.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES: James H. Wilson W. J. Sinclair Gus P Eliopulos
Disfricf Superin+enden+: Roy A. Knapp, Wallace Ward, Geoige F. M-cNamee. V
"Purchase order please", +ha+'s whai AL-
BERT LO BUONO, assis+an'r superiniendenl
in charge of finance, hears all Through The
year. This is buf a parr of his iob of keep-
inq reqular records and reporis of The dis-
'rricis financial slandings.
How could school go on wilhoui a pus
sysrem? Tha+'s one quesrion To aslc GROUS-
ENOR EITCH, superiniendenr of lransporra-
Need a window fixed, or a pipe line re-
paired? Who +o see i+'s done? Why, of
course, OSCAR JOHNSON, mainlenance
Remember The lime your school bus didn'r
show up? Well, 'rhanlcs To such bus mechanics
as KENNETH SADLER, chiel mechanic, luclc
lilce Thar won? come your way very olren.
"Wha+ are we having Tor lunch Today?"
is a quesrion oilen heard and answered by
MRS. BARBARA WlNKLE, manaqer of The
eiliicienrly run school caieieria.
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ROBERT DOUGHERTY AND BILLYE ADAMS
"Educafion should be fun". Why Willie, where'd you ever hear
a fhing like fhaf? From my friend ROBERT DOUGHERTY, fhaf's
where. You know, he's fhe Sfudenf Body's new principal and pasf
superinfendenf of fhe Ramona schools. Being new, he's faced wifh a
double dufy. Nof only fhaf of guidance, buf fo become acguainfed
wifh fhe sfudenfs, faculfy, and all valleyifes. Because of filfzjess when
he firsf arrived. if was some fime before we gof our firsf glimpse
of Mr. Dougherfy. By now his friendly smile is much a parf of A. V.
Speaking of guidance, would you ever wanf fhe iob BILLYE
ADAMS holds as Dean of Girls? Thaf's nof for me, imagine frying
fo undersfand all fhese females. She's been af if for some fime and
can figure ouf girls preffy well by now, buf you can'f puf some green
horn like me in fhaf posifion. Mrs. Adams has guife a handful helping
wifh personal problems besides keeping academic records in order.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Nan Kingsbury, Jean Buffalo, Doris Iverson, Thelma Johnson, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mildred Seafon, Lorein Denny, V g Z
I M zana, Bonnie Gary.
BUSINESS AND ATTENDANCE OFFICE
Absence and clearance cards. Tardy slips.
passes and excuses are all parT oT The every-
day rouTine ThaT wenT To make up The aTTen-
dance oTTice. MADELINE CHAPMAN and
her crew oT oTTice help had The never-ending
iob oT keeping absences and Tardies in or-
When absences became Too TrequenT
JAMES CHURCHILL Took over To clear The
legaliTy oT Them Through parenTs or guar-
Across The campus The business oTTice, un-
der The direcTion oT ALBERT LO BUONO,
assisTanT superinTendenT in charge oT Tinance,
could be Tound. This was a busy place pro-
cessing a sTeady Tlow oT business record-
Also caughT up in This whirl oT acTiviTy
was GROVER FITCH, direcTor oT A. V.'s ex-
Tensive bus TleeT.
James Churchill Madeline Chapman
Kenneth Kelly F,-ed Taylor
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS
"Two ol 'rlwe rnoslr familiar siglils around 'llwe cam-
pus, 'rlmis year," breezed Willie Whirlwind "were
sludenl-body presidenls, Ken Kelly and Fred Tay-
Vlfill said, "While l was blowing around, l oflen
saw lliem planning and presiding over board ol con-
Jrrol meelrings, olllicially opening and adiourning
assemblies. l lweard lliem lislening lo slrudenl sug-
gesfions, and gefling llweir ideas inlo aclion, and
conferring willi flue lacully aboul The sludenl body
Firsl semesler prexy, Ken Kelly, was iunior class
presidenl, andl caplain of Hue varsily baslcefball
Jrearn. Presidenl for +l1e second sernesler, Fred
Taylor, played varsiry loofball and baseball.
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BOARD OF CONTROL
AbouT once a week while breezing around
Willie would sTumble upon The BOARD OF
CONTROL aT a rneeTing. This group was
composed oT class presidenTs and The elecT-
ed sTudenT body oTTicers. The Two Top lead-
ers Tor The year were Ken Kelly TirsT semesTer
presidenT, wiTh Fred Taylor Taking over The
gavel second sernesTer. Willie qoT TirsT hand
'mf' K 'aw
T. Fuler, J. Perry, B. Thomas
C. Parker, K. Thor, M. l'lunTer, L
inTormaTion on rnany oT Their acTiviTies, one
oT which resulTed in The insTallaTion of a
phone booTh oulside The aTTendance oTTice
and a sTamp machine in The business oTTice.
Trying To seTTle school problems can sorne-
Tirnes prove quiTe diTTiculT wiThouT ouTside
help. This was solved by various Trips To The
SanTa Barbara-VenTura lnTerschool Council
rneeTings where one school can loolc To an-
oTher Tor help and inTormaTion.
BOARD OF CONTROL
Compion, Mr. Parker.
BACK ROW: T. PETTIET, M. Hall, T. Coddinglon,
E. Colby, P. Whilson, J. Mayfield, R. McBryan+,
K. Kelly, F. Taylor, T. Fuller, M. Brown, B.
FRONT ROW: C. Richards, P. McGovern, L.
V. ETherTon, M. HunTer, C. Davis, P. Towner,
' T. Mclrer, P. Hankins, A. Massari, M. Lee.
. ayfueld, J. Peferson, P. Hudson,
G.Miler, . ines.
BACK ROW: B. Thomas, F. Eflher
Whilson, T. Fuller.
FRONT ROW: M. Anderson, P. Colo.
P. Benson, J. Holcombe.
STUDENT COURT AND MERIT BOARD
Woe lo you who dilcned, srnolced on campus, were
lardy, or gave ine leaclier a lfieadacliel Willie had ways
and means ol buzzing io STUDENT COURT or lime MERIT
BOARD willi news ol your anlics. li an arresl slip were Tiled
aqainsl you by a fellow sludeni or leaclwer, Cl'1iefJus+ice
lvlilce Brown and llie Sludenl Courl plolied your punish-
rnen+. The 'raslc unravelled by flie lvleril Board revolved
around Torni Mclver and Pal l-lanlcins, presidenis Tor lirsf
and second sernesler respeclively.
Student Qaaewmenz' eaalew
ASSEMBLY AND SOCIAL
Worlcing for enioymenf, as well
as for beller s+uden+ discipline
were Ilie ASSEMBLY COMMIT-
TEE and SOCIAL COMMITTEE.
Assembly Managers Jaclc May-
field and Celia Richards provided
s o m e enferfaining assemblies.
Among Hue bes+ were an ex-
change assembly wi+Ii I-Iarr, Tran-
scribers Ior II'1e Blind, and flue
Tlwe Social Commiliee, beaded
by Paul Wlwirson Iirsi assembly
and Tom Euller Ilie second, lcepi
A. V. in a social wlwirl willn a car-
nival, a Iree dance and movie
STU DENT COURT
Mr. Charles Parker L K Ip Ir Ff P
Hankins, J. Smifh, B LH D N I
B. Coais, M. Brow J H
BACK ROW: V. Har M
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FRONT ROW: J. A. S I1 g
Mclver P Hanlcins
I. P. T. A embers greefed by Principal Roberf L
2. Mrs. FIoyd's prospechve secreiarles hard ai work
Andy Brownwood, displays ofher ialenfs
eaciew and Saddam , , ,
CI-IARLES ADAMS BARFORD BADLAND WILLIAM BALLARD
AgricuIIure Shop Insfrumenfal Music
"Well, Willie, so you wanf fo gef educaf-
ed!" Before you make any decisions as fo
whaf fo fake lef's see whaf is offered and
whaf is required. ln order 'ro graduafe you
musf have four years of gym. 'rhree years
of English, one year of American l-lisfory
plus one semesfer each of driver educafion
Boys planning fo be farmers fake four
years of agriculfure. fwo years of Ag. shop
and a year of life mafh. These subiecfs are
required for a vocafional agriculfure course.
Blueprinfs and Tee squares are familiar
parfs of The indusfrial arf sfudenfs course.
Three years of indusfrial arfs, fwo years of
mechanical drawing and one year of bofh
arf craffs and life mafh are requisifes.
M'mml Smells good! l-lof biscuifs and
apple pie prepared and served by homemak-
ing pupils are on fhe menu for a local ban-
quef. Four years of home economics. fwo
years of eifher arf, music or speech and a
year of fyping and life mafhemafics com-
prise fhe home economics course.
Boys' General Science THOMAS BUFFUM FRANCIS Cl-lAMBERl.lN
MARGUEMTE BARSOT General Mafhemafics LEONARD BUEEL Civics Bookkeeping
Sfudy l-lall Boys' Physical Educafion Driver Educafion American l-lisfory Cadef Corps
LAURA COOPER JOSEPI-IINE DART RALPH DAVIS EVELYN ERICSON WlLSON EERRELL
Commercial English Agricullure English Driver Eclucalion
Boolcs and display malerial aid sludenls in learning.
MARY FLOYD JOl-lN GARY ZELMA GOBEN BRUCE GRANT DOROTHY GRANT
Commercial Agriculrure l-lome Economics Orienlalion l-lome Economics
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Clickely clackl clickely clack wenl busy
lingers over fypewriler keys praclicing one
of lhe skills necessary 'ro +he business world.
Reguiremenls for a commercial course are
+wo years lyping, lwo years of slenography,
fwo years of bookkeeping and a year each
of iunior business fraining, business mafhe-
malics, office praclice and lranscriplion.
l-ligher educaiion is lhe goal of college
preparalory sludenls. Necessary courses are
algebra, geomelry, 'rwo years of French
Lalin or Spanish, laboralory biology, chem-
islry or physics and an addilional course in
malh, science, language or English.
Now you have a general idea of whal
subiecls are offered so le+'s meel lhe people
who 'reach Readin' Ri+'n and 'Rilhmelic plus
a mullilude of olher subieclsl Filly-eighl'
slrong, under lhe able guidance of Principal
Roberl L. Dougherly, 'rhey worked logelher
lo give A. V. sludenls an educalional back-
ground suiled 'ro 'rheir evenlual enlrance info
lhe "big, wide, world."
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The lacully organizalion was headed by
Ernes'r Tosi. Olher officers were Mrs. Amy
l-leydorn, vice-presidenfq Mrs. Marion Pol-
loclc, secrelary: and Norlon Nichols, Treas-
In charge of commillees were Mrs. Amy
l-leydorn, programs, Miss Evelyn Ericson,
scholarships: Jack Landrum, sfudenl-Tacully
relalionsg Leonard Buell, California Teachers'
Associalionq Charles Parlcer, publicilyg Miss
Ann Urbanowslci, hospilalilyy Mrs. Madeline
Chapman, professional growlh, and Franlc
A l-lill-Billy slrilr was one ol The iealures
of a gel-acguainled parly lor The new leach-
ers al The beginning ol +he school year. ll'
was held in The Park View caiilorium. New-
comers +o 'rhe leaching sfafl 'rhis year in-
cluded Miss Marguerile Barsol, sludy hall,
Mrs. Dorolhy Granl, home economics, Miss
Lorraine l-lunl, business malh, Typing, alge-
bra and American hisloryg Miss Laura Coop-
er, English, hisfory and lypingp Mrs. Florence
Maher, mafhemalics, drama and speech:
Miss Joan Murphy, physical educalionz Mrs.
Lorraine Parlcer, Spanishg Miss Rulh Schwim-
mer, arlg Barford Badland, mechanical draw-
ing: Ralph Davis, agricullureq Braxlon l-len-
derson, lypingy Abe Lowen, senior social
problems: Emil Such, physical educalion and,
relurning aller a year's absence, l-lenry
Wells, social science.
PAUL GREENLEE ROBERT l-lAl-lN DUSTE l-llLTGEN BRAXTON HENDERSON AMY l-IEYDORN
Ar Speech Girls' Physical Educalrion Commercial Orienlahon
FLORENCE MAl-lER JAMES McCUTCl-lEON JOE MILROD GEORGlNA MIMMACK GENEVA MUNGOVAN
Drama Boys' Physical Educalion Sand a er Girls' Ph sical Educajrion School Nurse
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Malhemafics Radio Produclion
HAROLD PEARSON OTTO PLUM MARIAM POLLOCK HAMPTON PROETT RUTH SCHWIMMER
Biology Boys' Physical Educalion English Boys' General Science Ari'
Physics Audio Visual
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A year-long proiecl of lhe lacully was
an exhauslive survey of all phases of A. V.'s
school life. "When complefed, lhis self-eval
ualion ol lhe curriculum and sludenl acfiv-
ifies will help us recommend innprovemen+s"
predicfed Jack Landrum, head of Jrhe sleer-
ing commirree. Also helping on Jrhis analysis
were Roberl Dougherly, Mrs. Billie Adams,
Norlon Nichols, Burfon Wadsworlh and Don
Baslcelball games wilh fhe high school and
iunior college leams served +o replenish Jrhe
lacully scholarship fund. Several S50.00
awards were given ro oulsfanding high
school and J. C. sfudenfs.
I-I. A. STROMBERG
Boys' Physical Educalion
ERN EST 'IOSI
LEONE ANN URBANOWSKI
Girls' General Science
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FRESHMEN BOARD OF CONTROL
D. Clark, R. Brighf, M. Gwin, N.
Brown, J. Wallace, K. Wrighf, J.
Hosler, J. Buchanan, M. Cochran,
D. Sakaguchi, D. Coddingfon, J.
Weaver, C. Gamage, P. Hamilfon, C.
Ayres, B. Wafson, T. Hansen
J. Turner, D. Waldrip, N. Scarboro,
C. S+uar+, D. Denning, T. Talberf,
M. Hall, W. Schroeder, G. Siler, J.
Tilamen, B. Sabasfian
M. Wolf, A. Wilson, D. Hilgendorf,
J. Weaver, J. Hosler, C. Gamage,
M. Cochran, D. Weir, J. Wrighf,
J. Dix, D. Alexander, J. Turner, G.
Siler, G. Ebee, T. Hansen
BACK ROW: J. Baker, R. Aus+in, G. Adair, R
Alexander, M. Anderson, N. Abercrombie, D
Budsall, M. Barker.
CENTER ROW: E. Arranfs, J. Anfhony, l. Bloom
D. Bomlard, B. Briganl. A. Barker, J. Blaclrloclc
FRONT ROW: B. Beckelf, P. Berc, -l. Baughman
M. Baker, C. Ayres, C. Akroyd, V. Adams, B
Avery, M. Anderson.
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Well, whaT have we here! Whaf does Thar
innocenT, wondering look Tell you? You're
YeT, we have To give our liTTle Treshmen
crediT. This year They displayed a lciT on
The ball whaT wiTh sponsoring a dance, a
Treshman assembly, and recreaTion pro-
gram. Freshmen showed The way in The mag-
azine drive and also led in parenTs ioining
The ParenT-Teachers AssociaTion.
PresidenT Tor The year was Merle l-lall,
receiving plenTy oT help Trom his board oT
conTrol which consisTed oT vice-presidenT,
Marcia Swing secreTary, Judy Wallace:
BACK ROW: F. Campbell, C. Cole, N. Crews,
M. Clark, D. Clark, V. BurneTT, J. Broesel, S.
CENTER ROW: B. Burling, R. BrighT, G. Craig.
P. Card, J. Blohm, J. Bowser, G. Breeding.
FRONT ROW: G. Brown, D. Brown, B. Blohm,
J. BeTTs, N. Bosfon, S. Bufler, C. Caler, J. Bu-
Treasurer, Daryll Denning: chieT iusTice, Judy
l-losler: reporTer, Deanna CoddingTong and
yell leader, Judy Buchanon.
Say now, The Treshman class is holding
one oT iTs sTudenT courT meeTings righT now.
LeT's lisTen in Tor a minuTe or Two. Oh, There
goes a sad looking boy, he musT have iusT
received a demeriT Tor misbehaving. And
you can be sure These kids know how To
keep Their class in hand.
Sponsors Bruce Grant Amy l-leydorn,
Lois JohnsTon, and l-lampTon ProeTT, can be
proud oT Their Treshman class, and in Turn
The class showed plenTy oT Thanks Tor Their
BACK ROW: K. Dawson, R. Davis, E. DeMario,
D. Denning, H. Davis, R. Debs. R .Daniels, A.
Dunn, K. Dawson.
CENTER ROW: J. Dix, S. Cannon, E. Davis, J.
deMonTmorency, S. Demers, L. Dahl, K. Daney,
FRONT ROW: C. Darr, B. Cooper, D. Cale, L.
Creech, L. Chavez, D. CoddingTon, M. Cochran,
, R. Davis.
BACK ROW: W. Green, J. Gilmore, T. Gering
R. George, G. Fileman, J. Fox, G. Eby, E. Emry
CENTER ROW: D. Gardiner, G. Fisher, R. Fox
B. Ford, B. Ellis, J. Edwards, D. Dyer, A. Elser.
FRONT ROW: G. Ernenwein, J. Evers, P. Ed-
wards, B. EndicoH, J. Fowler, C. Gamage, B
Gardner, S. Gallion, S. Fasnachf.
BACK ROW: J. Hari, F. Hann, R. Harriman
M. Hall, E. Gosline, J. Gordon, J. Gufhrie, D
Gray, E. Gan+.
CENTER ROW: C. Hall, F. Holliday, I. Gordon
E. Hamilfon, A. Harris, M. Haynes, D. Han-
schmidr, P. Hamilfon.
FRONT ROW: J. Holmes, W. Hines, K. Hol-
combe, A. Hamill, J. Hosler, R. Guerra, M
Gwinn, C. Godde, C. Gilbert
BACK ROW: H. Jolin, L. Jensen, A. lden, R
Hirih, L. Huffman, T. Hanson, B. Hall, D. Hollo-
way, R. Hixson.
CENTER ROW: T. Jordahl, J. Jackson, D
Hodges, R. Hardy, L. Hillenbrand, L. Hayes, H
Hulsizer, F. Hawe.
FRONT ROW: J. Krizan, G. Johnson, P. Jones
B. Jones, K. Jenkinson, A. Hilgendorf, E. Humph'
erys, B. Hildre'l'l'1, S. Houslon.
BACK ROW: B. Marshall, C. Marriolf, D. Lish
D. Link, P. Lasagna, J. Kerfzman, R. Kepner, P
Johnson, J. Jackson.
CENTER ROW: J. Llafel, J. Koch, A. Krug, R
Jones, R. Jeffs, C. Johnson, F. Jennings, L. Low-
FRONT ROW: J. Lawson, C. Lewis, S. Landers
B. Knorr, P. Kalsbeck, F. Losey, G. Kislner, G
Kirk, B. Laiham.
BACK ROW: B. Neu, G. Milchell, M. McLane
T. Macauley, C. McE'Fee, O. McCormack, J. Mc-
Roberl, M. McNully, K. Maxwell.
CENTER ROW: M. Mueller, K. McGowan, B
Mauldin, E. McCaleb, R. Navarrel, B. Newman
G. Murphy, F. Marshall.
FRONT ROW: C. Morgan, E. Morel, G. Miller
S. Milbourne, W. Mason, N. Marks, S. Mark, R
Mason, S. Malin.
BACK ROW: P. Roberls, D. Qualls, B. Phipps
P. Prefer, E. Pyron, R. Pond, R. Pszylc, G. Olson
CENTER ROW: D. Rolh, G. Phelps, J. Proven-
zano, C. Pearson, J. Perry, R. Piefle, G. Kirlr
FRONT ROW: C. Overlade, M. Preler, N
Ramos, M. Richardson, D. Pursley, S. Pepper, E
Rexroaf, J. Prolho, M. Pearce.
BACK ROW W Sfarlrel L Sfevenson W
Slayer J Seavey J Sheldon A Smelhursl B
Seller W Sebashan N Scarboro C Sayre
CENTER ROW C Slewarl' W Schroeder J
Savagluo D Shannon K Roberis B Ruff H Ra
mire: R Rawlings R Sanders B Reade
FRONT ROW J Swaris E Scribner A Scoff
C Schwandf D Salcaguchl B Russell M Rus
sell F RoHman K Rhea C Rohllz
BACK ROW B Waison D Trolan B Tensfield
C Thomas T Turner J Turner B Seymour G
Schuman C Schmidf L Smilh L S+ Sauver
CENTER ROW: C. Ward B. Tedrow R. Tom-
fohr T. Talberf H. Tapia B. Thomas G. Smifh
L. Sfanlcy J. Weaver l. Wasner.
FRONT ROW: R. Tunnell J. Spicer N. Speier
V. Sfafford L. Snyder C. Seiberf L. Slumbaugh
B. Spencer T. Sfollenwerlc D. Sieclc.
BACK ROW: G. Williams, B. Whifalcer, R. Wil-
burn, R. Warren, W. Wilbur, W. Weisner, S
Young, D. Winward, J. Welch, D. Wemple, J
Williams, J. Valpey.
CENTER ROW: D. Waldrip, S. Young, L. Wil
liams, J. Winham, J. Wrighf, D. Weir, M. Wolfe
P. Wilbur, C. Winscher, F. Wehr, A. Wilson.
FRONT ROW: K. Wrighl, P. Wehr, A. Welch, J
Wallace, S. Wynn, P. Zindler, B. Wallace, M
Winfrey, A. Wenzel, l. Cross, B. WaHers.
dike Syed tie Szfadiaae S , . .
"Wha+'s +he ma++er Willie?" You look as black as a 'rhundercloudl Oh, lhe annual Sophomore
hayride was called off because of rain! Well don'+ worry Willie, 'rhere will probably be anofher
And lhere was . . . an informal parly and soclc dance held in +he girls' gym, organized by firsl
semesler execulivesg President Anna lvlassari, and Vice-presidenl, Nancy A. Wilson.
Driving in a dual conlrol car, learning Traffic laws, and lhe mechanics of a car in Driver Educa-
'rion was a required semesler course for Sophomores.
Second semesler heads announced al 'rhe Sophomore parly were Presidenl, Eric Colbyg and
h "Ed Jr d Scrubs" were Mrs. Mary Floyd, Mr. Leon-
Vice-presidenl, Larry Acker. Sponsoring l e uca e
ard Buell, and Mr. l-l. A. Slromberg.
A. Massari, A. Carry, L. Acker, B.
Nash, D. Moffef, F. Turner, E. Colby
N. Wilson, S. Jones, C. Blair, C
BACK ROW: A. Baldwin, M. Brown
M. Asbury, R. Baker, B. Blair, T. Afkin
son, L. Acker, J. Avila, R. Bryani.
CENTER ROW: J. Baskins, R. Brinley,
L. Adams, R. Bakman, L. Beebe, D
Beardsley, J. Beck, M. Alley.
FRONT ROW: C. Blair, P. Blakley, F.
Blanchard, L. Brashear, L. AFFeld'r, J
Brown, N. Brewsfer, B. Belles, J. Bur
BACK ROW: T. Caler, A. Carr, B
Clark, J. Cheney, A. Conley, R. Craig
J. Brockus, B. Beard, T. Barker.
CENTER ROW: G. Carruflwers, N. Cnr
son, S. Carper, D. Coburn, E. Colby,
D. Cummins, J. Bu+zke, J. Burch.
FRONT ROW: B. Card, C. Cabarga
L. Bullard, M. Bergman, C. Burford, M
Brooding, D. Boggs, J. Bray, P. Biffle.
Ufficew . . .
BACK ROW: R. Gray, T. Gardner, G. Fosier,
R. Granger, J. Debs, R. Enderf, D. Gilmore, E.
Dwyer, R. DeFoor.
CENTER ROW: J. Gridley, F. Efherlon, M. Fos-
fer, M. Fix, C. Farmer, S. Edwards, J. Ernenwein,
FRONT ROW: F. Dilly, B. Dunivan, M. Davis, F.
Cook, P. Collins, M. Cole, P. Colo, M. Chrislen-
son, R. M. Chaney.
BACK ROW: R. Henrich, H. Heaberlin, R. Hair,
D. High, P. Hamillon, R. Hamilfon, G. Hill, L.
Hall, J. Houze.
CENTER ROW: J. Harris, D. Hines, R. Granicy,
J. Hawkins, D. Hanschmidf, J. Henley, P. Hardy,
FRONT ROW: J. Hanlcins, E. Healaerlin, F. Har-
well, N. Hodqes, J. Heigis, C. Granger, P. Gor-
don, S. Godde, B. Gibson.
BACK ROW: D. Johnson, G. Johnson, H. Leven-
son, R. Remericlc, D. Honor, L. Hollingsworih, J.
Hildrefh, J. Hulchins, N. High.
CENTER ROW: G. Johnson, M. Johnson, D. Jen-
sen, F. Jennings, R. loder, G. Hamillon, A. Kals-
beclc. P. Kennamer.
FRONT ROW: K. Kelly, L. Kalpaltoff, R. Kahler.
C. Johnson, S. Jones, C. James, K. Jacobs, R.
Jones, S. Jeffress.
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BACK ROW: J. Mclnlurff, K. McCorlcindale, T
Lewis, C. Lennon, S. Kwifowslri, C. Lackie, C
Lehman, J. Kinkade, W. Keene.
CENTER ROW: N. Maiors, P. McNamee, B. Ma
chreielr, M. Loewen, S. Layne, T. Kono, E. Low-
der, C. Kisfler.
FRONT ROW: T. Leman, B. Lilian, F. Lynch, E
Marsh, L. Lewan, J. Lunslrom, B. La Fleur, G
Kciewer, G. Kisfler.
BACK ROW: G. Moore, V. Morris, D. Morris, K
Miller, J. Mayfield, C. McGuire, D. Mungle, C
Miller, L. Mason.
CENTER ROW: B. MacLennan, H. Marvin, J
McClary, J. Mahallan, M. Marshall, M. Mohling
D. Moffeff, T. Mclver.
FRONT ROW: C. Mahneke, K. Mollinei, D. Mac-
Lachlan, J. Mumaw, M. Milchell, G. Milligan
R. Mauldin, D. Munday, A. Massari.
BACK ROW: H. Poller, B. Paris, N. Poindexfer
R. Oliver, G. Pyle, W. Owen, D. Obee, C. Peefz
CENTER ROW: D. Pengilley, M. Morgan, B
Nicholson, B. Nelson, B. Nash, D. Nielsen, F
Noble, J. Nygaard.
FRONT ROW: D. Nelson, S. Purcell, V. PaHer-
son, J. Manhari, B. Osborn, L. Ridgway, C. Rea-
gan, R. Mar+in, B. Rafhbun.
BACK ROW: L. Spencer, L. Schmidf, J. Sime, D
Schenberger, D. Smalley, R. Ruvalo, B. Rafcliff
C. Rofiman, D. Rohrer.
CENTER ROW: R. Senlcbeil, D. Saenz, J. Russell
R. Rake, L. Sfranske, R. Ramos, D. Ryckebosch
FRONT ROW: S. Sedgwick, E. Swedlund, G
Sfolrer, C. Schaeffer, K. Shyroclc, P. Seminario, B
Racketf, S. Roberis, C. Siemens.
BACK ROW: B. Vaughan, B. Tomlcinson, D
Thompson, E. Turley, H. Truesdell, D. Tromba-
lore, E. Turner, M. Schwalze, R. Saenz.
CENTER ROW: E. Sfrand, S. Scheppler, M
Townsend, F. Turner, J. Taylor, P. Turman, C. Til-
bury, J. Taylor, S. Thompson.
FRONT ROW: B. Shumaker, M. Vermeulen, F
Spencer, M. Spindler, G. Sfansberry, B. Slarr, J
Snodgrass, D. Spicer, A. Spechf.
BACK ROW: L. Zilinslri, R. Websler, G. WaH'ers
L. Warrenburg, P. Wanserslce, L. Wilburn, G
Vilardi, G. Whifehead, K. Williams.
ENTER ROW R Clark F Yoalcum E Brawley
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R. Wrighf, W. Williams, N. A. Wilson, B. Wind-
sor, K. Von Klargaard, R. Williams.
FRONT ROW: P. Williams, B. Williams, B. Wil-
liams, B Weir, L. Websier, S. Young, D. While
H. Yslas, P. Wall.
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Preparing for Freshman Vodvii assembiy.
Banner bearers smile Dig ar homecoming.
Take OUR picrures.
Enfnusiasiic fans a+ iooiball game.
Talen+ Club in acfion.
Auiumn ai A. V.
Excused or unexcused.
Don? ge? oui of line.
The line up for King and Queen for ine
Freshmen iine up for Yucca piciures.
Eddie Arquedas Joy Arnold John Balcer Jo Barker Palsy Barnell Duane Barlell
Pal Benson Karl Bonhomme Charles Bowen Ida May Bowser Donald Byrne Jack Bunker
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no Willie ThaT was The sTyle oT T e lunlor g
h T r eTTable momenTs oT The year lv1osT umporTanT
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oT course was The Junior Senuor Prom which was The mann
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evenT oT The sprung semesTer T-lurrue rap p
I T nnuTe exTras The Juniors discovered ThaT sponsoring
and decoraTlng Tor a dance IS qulTe an experience buT
bl an The Sensor
worTh The energy aTTer an enyoya e even g
Class will never TorgeT Thaf nrghT due To The worlc and
planning oT The Junior Class
LlsTed among Their various acTlvlTles were a dance
Tollownng a TooTball game and an assembly glven To The
vncToruous Semors aTTer a close race In Yucca sa es
They have been preparing anxiously yeT somewhaT
I T FII The shoes oT hugh and mnghTy Sensors
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l-leading The acTuvlTles Tor The TursT semesTer was presldenT
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Paul Mc Iver, vnce presadenT, Judy PeTerson, an or
second semesTer were presndenT, Bull CompTon, vuce pres:
dcnT, Bull Thomas
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Don Roberfs Corky Rose Barbara Rolh Randall Sadler Richard Sanfino Marilyn Schroeder Andy Schullz
Shirley Seymour Donna Siebenlhal Malhew Simon Carolyn Smifh Judy Smifh Bob Spindler Mike SproH
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Ruby Uyecia, Janeiie Wilson, Pai
Sexfon, Sandra Kerr, Rufh Hanlcins,
Florenfine Cruz, Mr Abe Loewan
Tom Pelfzer, Don Royce, Monfe
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Seniors are much lilce Willie . . . They've
been blowing around Tora number oT years
We could find Them in a loT oT places. Some-
Times acTing as leisurely as a soTT evening
breeze and someTimes as vivacious as sTrong
This was The year long awaiTed Tor . . .
There was The lively Time in geTTing ready
Tor Alumni Day and The day when The Card-
inal Red Senior sweaTers were TirsT worn . . .
The Tun To be had aT The Prom . . . The
laughTer provolced aT seeing Tellow class-
maTes in The Junior-Senior play. Leading
These whirling evenTs were Tom PelTzer, TirsT
semesTer class presidenT, and Dollie Allen,
second semesTer presidenT.
l.aTer came The senior parTies . . . laugh-
ing aT Their secreT desires in The Senior Blue
Boolc . . . signing oT The Yucca . . .The whirl-
ing Tun oT DiTch Day . . . Senior BrealcTasT
. . . Then The mosT exciTing Time oT all Their
school days, GRADUATION. when hopes
and dreams are TulTilled . . . wiTh good-byes
and good wishes Seniors ended Their high
school days wiTh The Farewell Dance.
Well Willie, This is as Tar as you can Tollow
your many Triends in The Senior class. There'll
be many diTTerenT roads Tollowed, buT wiTh
each, Willie sends his hopes for success in
ANNA AEPELDT GEORGE AEEELDT
MABEL AZNAREZ SHEILA RAE BELL
SHARLEE BOWLIN JOHN BOYD
ANDY BROWNWOOD BILL BUCHANAN
AUDREY CABLE PHILLIS CAHILL
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I. Pen Pals senI' a goal io Korea.
2. fBus 'uniors decorare for a dance Io boosf class
3. Sfudenfs assisf in Fair Parade management
4. Merrimenf aI Ilwe school carnival.
Drama Club Members secure Iickefs fo flue Pesa-
SIudenIs learn dancing fundamenfals.
Cade? Corp members enjoyed Ihe annual banquef.
Ag. boys display pdoiecfs on Ilmeir Fair float
Fu+ure Farmers made money af ine refreslumenf
3. A. V. girls braved Ihe sun Io assisi Fair Specfafors.
Sharlee Bowlin helps beaufify Marioriie lnifiahs.
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Miss Evelyn Erickson, sponsor
ROW I: P. Sexion, M. Hodgson, F. Fas-
.,,.nachi, S. Smrlhf.
ROW II: E. Miller, J. Blair, D. Lacey,
ROW III: P. Herschlag, E. Kono, D.
Siebenfhal, J. Green, C. Richards.
ROW IV: J. A. Green, D. Pipkin,
Harris, K. Burdick.
STANDING: W. MacDonald, W. Nunr
SITTING: B. Jackson, D. Rumble, R.
McBryan+, T. Tissue.
Willie weaved lhrough The darlc
audilorium seeking a place 'ro sil,
when helpful ushereifes encircled him
and showed him Io a seal. I+ was
'rheir iob 'ro 'lake Iiclcefs, sell pro-
grams Tor which +his service was
Usherelies are iunior and senior
girls selecled on fhe basis of scholar-
ship and good school cilizenship.
Miss Evelyn Ericson sponsored Jrhe
club. The officers were Pal' Hersch-
lag, presidenig Elaine Miller, vice-
president Pal Sexlon, secrelary.
Oh no! Whal is Willie inlo now?
There goes several Knighls aiier him.
The Knighls lcepl order during fhe
assemblies and around The campus.
Their requiremenls were a C grade
average and an o. lc. by lhe Tacully.
and 'rhey musl have pariicipaled on
one year of sporls. There were nine
members and Mr. Nunn sponsored
BOYS' and GIRLS' LEAGUES
FUN! LAUGI-IS! EXCITEMENT!
Came wilh The evenrs sponsored by
Ihe Boys' and Girls' Leagues. Such
evenrs were The Freshman Receplion,
as Ihe girls well remember 'rhe cools-
ies and punch .... Luggage Days,
when Ihe girls and boys exchange
carrying books .... Dreams came
Irue wifh Ihe Chrisrmas Ball, when
rhe girls were in Iheir formals and
. Yo Yo Day,
boys in Their Iuxs. . .
when Ihe 'reachers were even seen
playing wilh yo yos, and wearing loud
colored shirrs and slcirrs .... Then
Ihe las+ big evenl' of Ihe year, The
Molhers' Tea, wifh refreshmen+s and
a modern dance program resenred
by The Physical Educarion deparI-
One very special evenf Ihis year,
for Ihe Girls' League, was being co-
hosresses wirh Sanra Paula I-Iigh for
Ihe Regional Convenrion. This neces-
sifaled plenry of planning and hard
worlc, which in Iurn resulled in a suc-
cessful day for all.
Every boy and girl in school is a
member of 'rhe leagues, which play
a very imporIan'r parr of our school
government Everyone has Ihe oppor-
Iuni'ry 'ro be parr of a large organiza-
lion 'rhar serves 'rhe school.
Leading Ihe acrivifies were League
Presidenf Dollie Allen, and Paul Sie-
mens. Sponsors were Ann Urbanow-
ski, Ernesr Tosi, and Thomas Buffum.
BOYS" LEAGUE CABINET GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET
BACK ROW: D. Byrne, P. Siemens, S. BACK ROW: K. Kelly, J. Green, J
Layne, D. Kuli, J. Merdler, T. Kono. Blair, B. Johnson.
. CENTER ROW: L. Efherfon, J. Dux, A
gR?L'Ik3o2Wa Mhez':1"e?'J Bfiltzmai' Piani, G. Kirk, C. Gamage, A. Fenner.
i,icsfy..n+. ' ' ' ' ' ' FRONT ROW: Miss A. ufbanowsk:
sponsorg C. Blair, C. Siemens, E. Kono
. Kelly, G. Sakaguchi,
BACK ROW R Walls+on T CocldingTon G Leiby M Mailes B
Wamsley D Allen
THIRD ROW B La Fleur S Jones R Chaney N A Wi son B
Nas J McEfee K Jacobs N E Wilson T Leman J Hankins
S Purcell S Mead C Mashelc
SECOND ROW F Harvell H Yslas B Dunivan A Massari P
Ke y C Siemens M Richey C Richards S Bowlin A PITT M
Mohling S Fasnachi D Klef K Shyroclx M NeuharTh S Coclcran
R Hlelm M Hunfer A Pianl J Smifh C Smlfh G SGKBQUCHI E
Blum Miss Josephine DarT M Moore
FRONT ROW P Guerra J Cusfer D Schenberger J Mayfield
E CoTTen J Merdler J Hammonds C Callaway P Reyes A
Schuliz D Byrne D Kuli P Siemens W MacDonald A Fenner
menu aj Sciafczatcc .
l-lorn-rimmed glasses and a heavy pile oT boolcs
are noT reguisiTe To b ea brain around A. V. Being
a member oT The l-lonor SocieTy gualiTies Though.
Encouraging scholarship and good grades, special
incenTive is oTTered by an honorary semesTer pass.
NighT gowns, millc boTTles, and baby Tallc were
required Tor The iniTiaTes Tor a day. This was Tol-
lowed by a Tormal iniTiaTion barbeque and swim-
ming parTy. The l-lonor SocieTy also had a booTh
aT The carnival where They sold pie and candy.
Club sponsor is Josephine DarT. The TirsT sem-
esTer oTTicers were: presidenT Celia Richards' secre-
Tary Sharlee Bowlin' Treasurer Johnny CusTer. The
second semesTer oTTicers were: presidenT, Grace
Salcaguchig vice-oresidenT. Ruby Uyeda: se-creTary,
Doris Sakaguchiq Treasurer, Darryl Denning.
To ioin, membership requiremenTs are Ten poinTs,
A's counT 3 poinTs, A in gym-I poinT, B's counT I
poinT, and V2 poinT Tor clubs. These poinTs lasT Tor
one semesTerg Then anoTher applicaTion musT be
secured Tor The Tollowing semesTer.
Willie blew info llue library lasl lall willu
llie inlenlion ol borrowing a good science
liclion boolc. Bul was lue losll I I I I so many
boolcsl Cluaos and confusion reigned and
'rluere was one losl Willie unlil a library
science girl came lo luis rescue. Mrs. Eliza-
bellu Lorbeer supervised 'rlue 'rraining ol
nearly 20 girls. Tlue girls luelped sludenls
lind boolcs willu llue card calalog. answered
gueslions, rebound books, and did olluer
suclu Iuelplul laslcs necessary Io 'flue smoollu
cperalion ol Hue library.
BACK ROW: Mrs. E. Lorbeer, J
Burfovd, M. Leslu, S. Edwards, K
Klargaard, R Ramirez, J Riddl
Kalsbeck, N. L. Hodges, N. Lan
CENTER ROW: M. Fix, L. Ridg
S. Slueppler, P. Hall, J. Leme
Hoag J Carfer W Sauer P K
FRONT ROW: A. Speclul, P. Sclu
P Williams, D. Porler, P. Jolunso J
Girls' Girls' Wlual dc you lrnow? l've
iusl received an answer lo my leller lo I-Iolf
land." Tliese were Ilue sluouls Willie lueard
as lue passed llue library on club day. Tell
us, Willie, wlual luas been llue Iopic if dis-
cussion as you look in on Ilue PEN PALS
CLUB? Well-as a Iluanlcsgiving proiecl,
money was donaled generously by AVi'res
lc buy a millc goal lo send lo needy cluil-
dren in Korea. Also, as a lluouglullul geslrure
'ro arouse llue luoliday spiril in Japan, club
members decided lo send Clurislmas cards.
Tluese sludenls are in conlacl willu approx-
imalely sixly people living in many piclur-
esgue counlries. Pen Pals aclivilies luave re-
sulled in Iriendly conlacl willu young per-
sons in various parls ol llue world.
AcTors 'n "W 'T' f
i ai ing or LefTy" don'T seem To inTeresT sTage hands,
Dennis Wolfer and John l:osTer.
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MidnighT oil and grease painT mingled
wiTh calls for acTors and The crash of falling
props all wenT inTo This year's Junior-Senior
producTion, "The Imporfance of Being Ern-
esT", by Oscar Wilde.
Our "heroes"' for This year were Don
Bishop. Calvin Callaway, ArT Knowles, Jim
Seavey, and Don Masner. Adding a Touch
of beaufy we found Celia Richards, Mavis
NeuharTh. JuaniTa Gammon, Cherie Joilin,
Beverly Johnson. and Sydney Cochran.
All Tried exTra hard To drive Their direcTor.
Mrs. Florence Mayer, irrafional.
Affer breezing Through a few million re-
hearsals, while Trying To avoid sfepping on
members of The sTage crew making lasT sec-
ond changes, The sTarleTs placed Their Tin-
ished producT before The public.
WiTh The able assisTance of Mr. Tom Buf-
fum and The sTage crew, plus a pair of bor-
rowed arTisTs, all props and furnishings found
Their proper places on sTage in Time for The
v' I. -A. if 1,
I. vDirecIor, Chuck Dornbush and
sfars, Celia Richards and Mavis Neu-
2. Don Bishop fries Io win Cherie
Jolin's, Jauniia Gammon's and Celia
I. Everyone being conlenf, Ilwe play
comes Io a close.
2. Le+'s no? Ialk behind ErnesI's back
BACK ROW: N. Owens, S. Pulos, J. Hawkins, V. Brenne-
man, L. Fleming, C. McGuire, L. Perkins, L. Schmidf, C.
Vernon, M. Spindler, V. Chandler, L. Ledbeifer, B. Perdue.
FOURTH ROW: J. Barker, D. Garrelf, L. Acker, C.
Lehman, D. Ellis, R. Hoapili, K. Kelly, W. Carler, R
THIRD ROW: D. Meier, M. Moore, B. Thomas, R. Bak-
man, D. Cissell, P. Wall, F. Blanchard, F. Chiles.
SECOND ROW: P. Frederick, D. Lacy, M. Asbery, D.
Bishop, T. Fuller, B. Spindler, B. Hall, B. Tingley, J. Parker,
FIRST ROW: C. Mashek, B. Jamison, M. Nix, P. Hamil-
ion, M. Tinder, L. Whipple, L. Overlade, M. Lee, M
The Anlelope Valley Ambassadors,
Don Bishop, Marvin Asbury, Tom
Fuller, and Bruce Hall, sing lheir
way fo populariiy.
Pal Fredericks and Marvin Tinder
display fheir anlics before a s+uclenf
BACK ROW: G. Englund, J. AnThony.
C. Lehman, W. Wafson.
SECOND ROW: J. Dix, J. Llafei, J.
Jennings, M. Tinder, J. Provenzano, R.
Jones, H. Jopia, L. Whipple, R. Hardy,
FIRST ROW: V. Brenneman, B. Thomas,
D. Bishop, M. Asbury, T. Fuller, B. Hall,
dl P H ilfon, C. Vernon, L.
B. Spin er, . am
Scored again! Who? Why, The A Cappella Choir-who
else? This Time in Tucson, Arizona. Anyway, ThaT's whaT
is heard Trom Willie-The liTTle know--iT-all. The Trip lasTed
Tive day during The group's beloved EasTer vacaTion. OT
course iT was worTh iT, especially since only selecTed sTu-
denTs were allowed To make The journey. .The TwenTy
members who aTTended and parTicipaTed in The NaTional
EducaTors' ConTerence were chosen by Their sTanding in
The group. They parTicipaTed by singing in a concerT given
by Tour hundred singers represenTing schools in Tive wes-
OTher acTiviTies in which These music makers Took parT
included an assembly Tor The school, The Spring ConcerT
and singing Tor civic organizaTions. Eye appeal was Tur-
nished by girl singers cloThed in sTriking Tormals. IT was
given Tor residenTs oT The valley and The enTire casT Took
parT in making iT a success.
A new idea which Mrs. Hermione Vaughn, who plans
and direcTs all classes oT vocal music, has decided upon,
is To have The Spring ConcerT and OpereTTa alTernaTely.
The main obiecTive oT The boys and girls chorus is To
Train Tor enTrance inTo A Cappella.
BACK ROW: A. Ives, S .HamiII, D. Gilmore, M. Abbot?
R. Pelfon, V. Clem, C. Barnel"l', Mr. William Ballard.
SIXTH ROW: S. Mead, P. Benson, C. Hauger, R. Revile
A. Knowles, B. Malay, B. Garb-e++, D. Sanford, B. Comp
lon, G. Kliewer, S. MiTchell, B. Overlade, T. Marshall, E
Colby, M. Mailes.
FIFTH ROW: C. Marrs, A. Seymour, M. Simon, D. Smal-
ley, R. McBryanT, F. Maxwell, D. Hines, T. Lemon, D
Wemple, D. Powers, D. Beardsley, S. Layne, T. Turner, D
Bishop, G. Denning.
FOURTH ROW: D. Wilson, T. Smalley, C. Chanfry, B
Zook, L. Snyder, F. Logan, L. Slranske, D. Beine, D. Byrne
D. Denning, R. Pelion, J. Snodgrass, J. Winkley, D
THIRD ROW: D. Richards, C. Jolin, B. Flock, J. Kidd
M. Thompson, J. Nygaard, V. Turner, C. Smith, G. Vilardi
C. Barfholomew, F. E'!herTon, R. Sanfino, B. Comsfoclr, B
SECOND ROW: J. Smilh, J. Arnold, C. Rofh, D. Curley,
C. Jenlcinson, S. Jones, S. Cockran, B. Jackson, D. Sirom
berg, P. Seimens, J. Finnin, A. Hellberg, S. Farley.
FRONT ROW: S. Seymour, M. Hann, M. Reagan, R. Han-
lcins, P. Colo, M. NeuharTh, D. Ellis, J. Gray, M. HunTer
D. Mansperger, D. Gilleiie, N. Adams, R. Uyeda, J. May-
Willie, wasn'T ThaT All WesTern Band Re
view someThing To remember? The wind
was blowing and rain was coming down in
TorrenTs, buT A. V. came Through To Tie Tor
TirsT place aTTer compeTing againsT sevenTy
Tive oTher bands.
ThaT wasn'T The only Trophy They added
To Their collecTion. They also received The
"MOST OuTsTanding Band" Trophy aT Bar
sTow. This cinched Their chances To Travel
To The FullerTon FesTival Tor The sTaTe Tinals
OTher evenTs in which They parTicipaTed
were The AnTelope Valley Fair Parade. The
Junior Chamber oT Commerce PeT Parade
SanTa Claus Lane Parade, DeserT Bowl Game
aT Edwards Air Force Base, Almond FesTival
as well as all TooTball games and The annual
ExciTemenT and secrecy spiraled To one
oT The main evenTs oT The year, The honoring
DirecTor William Ballard aT The Alumni game
ATTer oTher halT-Time acTiviTies, The band
Tormed The leTTers W. B. and played The
march, "Our DirecTor."
DoTTing The annual A. V. aT The homecom-
ing game for The mosT ouTsTanding band
members were Galen Denning, band presi-
denT, and Ruby Uyeda.
Soil ligluls, swee'f music and lorly members ol
llu eorclueslra ge'fling eye-slrain 'frying lo read slueel'
Under 'flue direclion ol William Ballard, 'flue or-
clues'fra performed al social lunc'fions, P. T. A. rneel-
ings and presenled llue Spring Concer'f.
As Willie was snooping around baclcslage lue
bumped inlo Marlin Mailes, presidenl, and Cluerie
Jolin, vice-presiden'f, discussing llue evening's enler-
lainmenl. Jus1"fluen Sluirley, secre'fary, came in 'fo
repor'f 'flua'f 'flue liclcel sales gave luinl our a large
Willu llue scluool year ended 'flue orclueslra mem-
bers were lell wi'flu 'flue memories ol many pleasanl
STANDING: D. Sanford, Mr. Ballard
B. Zook, K. Burdick, D. Burgess.
BACK ROW: J. Holcombe, S. Tluomp
son, G. Waffers, G. Kliewer, R. Ruvalo
T. Smalley, D. Smalley, J. Winkley, P
Wluifson, M. Mailes, G. Denning, U
Perkins, B. Jamison.
CENTER ROW: P. Forbes, R. Hard-
grove, C. Malmeke, D. Radice, M
Neuluarfh, B. Jackson, D. Ellis, J. Fin-
nin, W. Henderson, F. Logan, D. Beine
K. Holcombe, P. Frederick.
FRONT ROW: C. Jolin, S. Clark, V
Clem, P. Fisluer, S. Deyarmin.
PEP BAND AND YELL LEADERS
OH wifh a loursf of brass, fhe PEP
BAND sef fuel fo fhe feams burning
desire fo win. lvlarfin Mailes sfu-
denf direcfor, led fhe band af pep
rallies and games.
"Svypz. ioolderr pgnmxfezgslul
Whaf's fhis7 None ofher fhan fhe
cheering secfion of Sniclclefrifz High
School. Buf A. V. was luclcy in hav-
ing Connie Davis and Ray lvlcBryanf
as YELL LEADERS fo lead ifs yells
Connie and her assisfanfs led fhe
A. V. cheering secfion fhrough fhe
cold and rain af foofball games. Af
fhe furn of The semesfer Ray and his
loeef frusf finished ouf fhe baslcefball
MAJORETTES aren'f always glam-
ourous! Why Willie, whaf do you
mean? Well, you should have seen
fhem marching af Long Beach. Their
hair was sfraighf and fheir uniforms
were dripping. buf fhey fwirled and
sfruffed fo fhe end. Some ofher
hiohlicahfs of fhe year were fhe infia-
fion parfv and half-fime maneuvers
af foofball games.
Hold fhe line. boys! No, if isn'f
fishing fime. Those shoufs came
from fhe PEPPERETTES. Loolcinq
snaDDV in fheir blaclc and whife uni-
forms, and wifh fheir red and blaclc
pomooms, 'rhey cheered bravely
whefher in vicfory or defeaf.
BACK ROW: M. Mailes, D. Bishop, C.
Barnefl, T. Turner, B. Comsfock B
Byers, T. Marshall, E. Colby.
THIRD ROW: G. Denning, D. Richards,
L. Sfranslre, D. Beine, D. Byrne, S. CHEER LEADERS
Layne' P. Furman,
SECOND ROW: C. Chanfry, B. Zoolc, Qibso
T. Lehman, D. Smalley, D. Denning D R M
C. Davis, K. Burdick, B.
cBryan+, W. MacDona,d R. Hodge,
FRONT ROW: R. Ruvolo, B. compio-., and B' Jackson'
D. Sanford, B. Garbeff.
urn' F's's'-v --,N
BACK ROW: B. Blohm, V. Adams, J. Beiis, A. Wilson,
K. Mollinei, C. Harris, B. Wallin, I. Bowser, J. Arnold,
B. Hildreih, B. Windsor, K. von Klargaard, F. Holliday, M.
Haynes, B. Jones, C. RoI1Ik.
THIRD ROW: A. Piani, D. D. MacLackIan, F. Cruz, I.
Cross D. Brown, J. Fowler, C. Scliwandi, T. Barker, F.
Speneer, L. Lowden, D. Sieck, J. Evers, G. Kirk, B. Laiham
SECOND ROW: J. Mumaw, J. Bloom, N. Hawkins, P
Wehr, P. Edwards, K. Howell, G. Sakaguchi, B. Briganfe
R. Navarref, C. A. Godde, T. Slollenwerk, B. Williams
B. Williams, J. Profho.
FRONT ROW: M. Riplogle, S. Adams, M. Hann, G. Milli-
gan, P. Towner, M. Schwandf, D. Sakaguchi, J. Wriglwi,
D. While, G. Carsey, C. Ward, E. Harnillon, S. Malin, D.
SONG LEADERS: D. Allen, J. Pelerson.
STANDING: D. McLaurin, K. Siemens, M. Nix, C.
Efee, L. Bowlin, J. McEfee, A. Pi++, J. Barker, L. Ellwerlon
KNEELING: D. CisseII, P. Fredericks, B. PoHs, P. Hud
son, R. Perkins.
F. F. A.
BACK ROW: J. Welch, W. Schroeder, C. Sayre, M. Kelley, B
Tensfield, L. Smifh, B. Bakman, P. Wanserslce, G. Fosler, B. Eise-
braun, M. Thompson, C. Bowen, R. Lalham, J. Eisebraun, J. Mon?-
morency, P. Yarbrough, J. Bunker, R. Sider, B. Frazier.
FIFTH ROW: O. Gray, N. Mead, R. loder, E. Arranfs, J. While
head, R. Saens, D. Trombalore, G. Pyle, N. High, R. Granilly, E.
Arguedos, G. Fisher, B. Qualls, M. Sprow, P. Johnson, M. King, B.
Reade, M. McLane, B. Ralcliff, J. Gordon.
FOURTH ROW: R. Schley, D. Kelley, F. Campbell, G. Hamillon, P.
McNamee, L. Beebe, S. Williams, M. Hinoiosa, J. Brown, J. Ralphs,
J. Slerlc, F. Maxwell, T. Fuller, E. Firsick, M. Asbury, W. Slarlrel
THIRD ROW: R. Wilburn, R. Clark, S. Vulcanovich, J. Provenzano
R. Moss, K. Bonhomme, D. Abbofl, P. Mclver, F. Gilberl, R. Fraxier
D. Fisher, L. Adams, T. Turner, D. Cummins, G. Smilh, E. Garrel
SECONR ROW: H. Tapia, D. Ryclcebosch, T. Barlxer, R. Websfer
J. Kinlrade, J. Paesano, N. Maiors, W. Dollar, F. Hamon, J. Cheney
M. Masself, D. McDonald, C. Marrioll, C. Schmidl, C. McGee
J. Blohm, L. Gorsline, D. Rolh, D. Dyer.
FIRST ROW: H. Smifh, D. Rupp, R. Billell, B. Buchanan, J. Huff-
man, B. Heffron, B. Sedgwick, R. Hodge, D. Canady, A. Grieshaber
R. Tomfohr, D. Troian, J. Jennings, J. Hari, B. Neu, G. Mifchell
N. Crews, C. Adams.
F. F. A.
Slarlinq school wilh a walermelon leed
and ending wilh lheir annual Parenl Banquet
'rhe Fulure Farmers ol America lcepl busy
during lhe year. To qualify for membership,
F. F. A. boys live on farms, have home pro-
iecls, and lake lhe vocalional aqricullure
course. Aller qradualion from A, V. a fre-
quenl pallern is aliendance al' an agricul-
'rural college or lhe siarl ol a career in farm-
The mosl eillicienl and up-lo-dale larm
and livesloclc care lechniques were learned
on lrips lo local ranches. Davis, Cal Poly,
The Greal Weslern Livesloclc Show, and lhe
San Francisco Cow Palace were lhe deslina-
lions of lheir longesl lrips. There lhey
iudged and appraised liveslock, displayed
lheir own proiecls, had ihem appraised,
heard leclures, and saw many exhibils. Beef,
swine and sheep are lhe usual proiecls.
Olhers included bees, crops, orchard and a
Slcils, awards and lallcs were lealured in
lhe yearly F. F. A. assembly which was one
ol lhe many aclivilies planned by Bob Hel-
lron. presidenlg Diclc Abboll, vice-president
Jim Huffman, secrelaryg Jerry Slerlc, lreas-
urerz Paul Mclver, reporlerg and sponsors,
Don Worden, Pal Gary, Ralph Davis and
F. H. A.
BACK ROW: B. Rackeff, J. Evers, G. Kisfner, W. Carfer,
P. Harned, R. Guerra, B. Williams, G. Sease, G. Cook,
D. Nielsen, K. Kelly. D. Curley, N. Boull, F. Harvell, J.
Godde, A. Kalsbeek.
FOURTH ROW: J. Green, C. Haley, P. Hudson, M. Leo,
B. Williams, G. Carsey, J. A. Dux, S. K. Mark, P. Williams,
THIRD ROW: D. Siebenfhal, M. Bay, L. Kalpakoff, B.
Dunivan, B. Shumaker, B. Newman, P. Towner, B. Cooper,
B. Russell, M. Russell.
SECOND ROW: C. Akroycl, L. Chavez, D. Sakaguchi,
C. Morgan, S. Milbourne, G. Sakaguchi, K. Rhea, B. Max-
well, M. Schwandf, P. Wilbur, S. La Rue, S. Thompson,
FIRST ROW: N. Marks, A. Piani, M. Cockran.
Over 500 FuTure l-lomemalcers ol Amernca were guesTs
oT A V gurls when The Orange and Los Angeles CounTy
secTIonal convenTIon meT aT A V In February Meelung To
share Ideas on Theur muTual proIecTs The homemakers were
preslded over by secTIon prexy Grace Salcaguchn
Food and cloThIng exhIbIT booThs were dlsplayed aT The
A V Faur To encourage The magor F l-l A goal oT promol'
Ing InTernaTIonal good wnll The proIecT was carrzed ouT by
sending gIfTs To chnldren overseas
ATTendIng The San Franclsco STaTe Convenhon Grace
Salcaguchl Angelsne PIanI PaTsy BarneTT Mrs Zelma Go
ben and Mrs BIllIG Adams learned more abouT whaT The
oTher California F l-l A chapTers are doing Durung Na
Tuonal F l-l A Week The delegaTes Told abouT Theur Trip
Gnrls who have aT leasT a semesTer ol home economucs
are elnguble Tor membership Under The dIrecTIon oT The
DoroThy GranT The oTlIcers were Angeline Plan: presIdenT
PaTsy BarneTT vlce presIdenT BeTTy RaclceTT secreTary
Donna Neulson Treasurer Jimmie BurneTT reporTer Mary
GaTes parlIamenTarnan and Marsha Nix and Nancy Marks
l Y ni... -1
' '. I I 0 . n n
I u home economics Teachers, Mrs. Zelma Goben and Mrs.
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As carefully prepared as a minialure mel-
ropoliian daily, lhe Sandpaper relafed lhe
lalesf news, gossip, and sporls lo A.V. slu-
denls. The sialf was so large +ha+ if divided
info Two groups. While one learned The
rudimenls of News English, Jrhe olher group
galhered Jrhe news and pu+ if in lhe lorrn
of your Sandpaper.
Always al hand was l'he iournalisl genius,
Terry Coddinglon as edilor. Sleve Layne,
assislranl edilor, conlribuied wil and humor,
while Ann Varley Told of +he lalesl fads ol
olher schools. A lwo weeks cycle of copy-
ing, proof-reading and prinling by Africa
Prinlers, The sfaff and Joe Milrod, lhe spon-
sor, dislribuled 'rhe Sandpaper lo Phe sec-
and period classes.
Sand Paper Iden+iHcafion
The Sand Paper, AV's bi ekly
pbl f b g H d
news u ica ion, ein wri
edifed by fhe Sand Paper sfaff
the news room llowerl and s+uden+s
in fhe adioining News English class
room lupperl learning iournalism
"I could have done beifer wiih my
Brownie!" "I-IurI me 'rhe synonym book!"
'Who swiped 'rhe receipf book?" "Sei
some pep in+o 'rhaf copy!" "Cui 'rhose pic-
Iures STRAIGHT!! . . ." If you had passed
Yucca class, Tif+h period, These exclamafions
mighi have whizzed in your ear. Wi+hin, Ed-
iror LaVon Erherron was diIigen'rIy 'frying 'ro
make fhe siaff work. PauI Greenlee, sponsor.
was ever reminding fhem 'rha'r Time was run-
ning ou'r. A guesfion which had 'rhe business
managers Iwisfing 'rheir fingers was, "Will
we have enough money Io pay 'rhe engraving
bill Io 'rhe L. A. Engraving Company?" SaIIey
Mead sei sail ro sell IOOO books Io Ihe s'ru-
denis and Pai McGovern convinced Ihe
merchanis Ihar ads in 'rhe Yucca do pay.
The sjrudenis, wiih 'rhe aid of Ihe sI'aII, have
recorded in 'rhis Yucca Ihe vicfories. defears
and rhe ordinary rhings Ihai make A.V. spin.
TOP ROW: Joan Ann Schenberge Ja e e
son, Bill Thomas, Jimmy Humphreys a
SECOND ROW: Pai' McGovern, La V Ei o
Darla Pipkin, Terry Coddingfon.
THIRD ROW: Harvey Sfollenwek An sh Iy
en r, Judy Smi+h, Pa? Hudson.
FOURTH ROW: Sally Mead, Joan y W
IT happened again! AnoTher Tilm was
broken! Broken by The boys oT The Proiec-
TionisTs Club. Seriously speaking, Those boys
volunTeered To donaTe Their Time and Torego
Their sTudies several Times a week To provide
The service oT operaTing The movie projec-
Tors Tor The school.
PerTaining To iTs audio-visual makeup and
reeling apparaTus and under The supervision
oT l-lampTon ProeTT, The club was whirling
franTically To provide The various classes
wiTh sTudenTs oT a high grade sTandard To
operaTe The movie proiecTors which were
run approximaTely IOOO hours a year.
14 Wmdetef of
"Take This boy's TemperaTure-answer The
phone--keep Those records sTraighT." These
phrases. along wiTh mingled laughs of en-
ioymenT, could be heard Trom school nurse
Geneva lvlungovan and her I-Iealfh Office as-
sisTanTs. The work done by The helpers in-
cluded carinq for The oTTice while The nurse
was away, seeing ThaT sTudenT logs were
cared Tor, keeping supplies in order, caring
Tor minor emergencies, and checking weighTs
As in pasT years, The l-lealTh OTTice pre-
senTed a vaccinaTion program Tor smallpox
preceded by a Tilm and insTrucTion.
CALIFORNIA CADET CORPS
LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Chamberlain, Q
Gourdy, J. Sirembler, J. Russell, J
Jennings, C. Walker, R. BarneTT, D
DeMiTro, G. Millizer, W. Griclley, J
Gordon, R. Nybakken, K. McGowan
J. Jennings, A. Knowles, J. Seavy, O
Gray, J. Jackson, J. Maudlin, T. Levis,
J. Fosfer, W. Sfayer, C. Walker, C.
Dufy, J. Seavey.
7fa!e-:eau . .,
CALIFORNIA CADET CORPS
Knowledge of whaT To expecT in miliTary service, Willie
found, Tollows The Training in leadership, drill, hygiene and
TirsT aid offered by The CADET CORPS. The riTle Team
pracTiced approximaTely one hour every Thursday under
The command oT Frank Chamberlin. The group presenTed
a lv1oTher and FaTher banqueT including all service heads
from The valley. OTher curricular acTiviTies consisTed oT
raising The Tlag aT all TooTball games, enTering in The dis-
TricT riTle maTches and Tiring on The Marine base. Numer-
ous awards were given ThroughouT The year-The mosT
imporTanT being The American Legion Award given To The
Three ouTsTanding CadeT oTTicers. As a volunTary proiecT.
The boys had The opporTuniTy To go To summer camp aT
San Luis Obispo where They conTinued pracTicing drill and
BACK ROW: R. Heinrick, L. Schmidt
F. Jennings, P. PreTer, E. Nukala, R.
Granger, O. Sfrembler, Mr. Hampfon
ProefT, R. Senkbeil.
FRONT ROW: G. Schuman, M. Mas-
seTT, K Roberis, R. Debs.
HEALTH OFFICE GIRLS
B. Jones, M. Gafes, W. Dunn, M.
Arfhur, Miss Geneva Mungovan, school
Sponsor, N. Nlch I H
Smiih. N. E. Wils L Aff ldT W
C .Richarcls, D. K f R HI lm P
Kelly, P. Truesdell
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
WiThouT a counTerparT in neigh-
boring high schools The FuTure Teach-
ers of America ne-verTheless main-
Tains an acTive and consTrucTive pro-
The TwenTy Teachers-To-be heard
Talks by a number oT educaTional
specialisTs and TurTher familiarized
Themselves wiTh The sTeps leading To
a proTessional career by visiTing Po-
mona College, The UniversiTy OT
SouThern CaliTornia and The Univer-
siTy oT California aT Los Angeles.
PaT Kelly served as presidenT. She
was assisTed by Paula Truesdale, vice-
presidenT: Carolyn SmiTh, secreTary-
Treasurerg and NorTon Nichols, spon-
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Bouguels lo lhe Radio Produclion class
for having made if possible for people of
lhe enlire Anlelope Valley To know whal
look place in our high school, aboul our
sporls, clubs, classes and olher aclivilies.
The broadcasls circled lhrough lhe valley
lhrough radio slalion KAVL.
The aclual purpose of The group was lo
provide opporlunily for sludenls 'ro develop
professional skills. Members improved lheir
speaking abilily and received good 'rraining
for possible fulure careers. Especially good
lraining was offered class members for car-
rying oul responsibililies assigned To lhem
by lhe leacher and advisor, Joe Milrod.
"A, V. Classroom", produced by Russell
Wallslon, was one educafional program
which consisled of lape recordings of
classes ol lhe school while 'rhey were in ses-
RADIO PRODUCTION-Page 82
I. Members of fha Radio Produchon
B. Bealmer, B. Thomas, H. Siollen-
werk, C. S+rai+iFI, B. Spindler, D.
Burgess, Advisor, Joe Milrod
J. Mason, A. Welch, D. Ford, C.
2. Sfudenfs of fhe Radio Produciion
Class presenf an original radio scripf
commemorafing Bill of Righfs Week
3. Anne Welch presenfs a winning
Voice of Democracy speech
sion. This enabled everyone who was infer-
esled 'ro become informed aboul diiclerenl'
class procedures. Olher programs were
whipped 'rogelher by Anne Welch wilh
"Teen Scene", by Dave Burgess presenling
"Counlry Cornfab", by Bob Splinder giving
us "Vocal Varie+ies", and by Failh Chiles
wilh "Campus Clubs". The programs rolal-
ed around announcers Marvin Tinder, l-lar-
vey Slollenwerk, Russell Wallslon, and Bill
lmporfanl iobs were execufed by Harvey
Slollenwerk, slalion manager, and Joe Ma-
son, chief engineer. The slalion manager's
dizzing dulies consisled of planning pro-
grams and seeing l'ha+ all plans were carried
oul. Chief engineer, Joe Mason had charge
of lhe con'rrol boolh. I-lis slaff of engineers
were Clarence Slraliff, Bill Bealner. and
FROSH VODVIL CLUB
Lighfsl Camera! Acfion! If was 'rhe
Frosh Vodvil Assembly! The plof for fhe
sfage producfion fhis year fool: place on a
fake movie lof. Performers prefended fhey
were frying ouf for parfs in ,fhe movies.
Worlc and efforf of Gail Miller, presidenf:
Mary Coclcran, vice-presidenfg Judy Wal-
lace. secrefaryy Marcia G-win, 'rreasurerg
Mrs. Amy l-leydorn, sponsor, and members
of fhe club and class made fheir show a
whiz. The assembly was presenfed fo fhe
freshman class, and lafer fo fhe enfire sfu-
denf body. A parfy fo honor assembly
parficipanfs climaxed fhe club's acfivifies.
If was in full swing, 'mid fhe confusion of
dispensing wifh make-up and cosfumes,
direcfly following fhe assembly.
A new pracfice of fhe club was a noon
meefing for fhe officers every Wednesday.
The mefhod of discovering falenf was dif-
ferenf 'rhis year. In Mrs. l-leydorn's orien-
'rafion classes each Thursday a differenf acf
was reviewed by fhe sfudenfs, and from
fhese were chosen fhe acfs for fhe assembly.
D. Denning, J. Kidd, B. Cooper, J. Weaver, J. Fileman
S. Gallion, D. Persley, P. Hamilfon, B. Avery, B. Endi
coff, M. Gwinn, G. Miller, Mrs. Haydorn, M. Cochran
J. Wallace, K. Holcombe, S. Milbourne, D. Handschmid
J. Blacklock, N. Spears, M. Prefer, B. Russells, N. Brown
J. Klem, B. Cambus, A. Hilgendorf, A. Welch, D
Bayless, C. Darr, J. Swarfs, E. Humphreys, A. Scoif
M. Anderson, S. Marks, L. Dahl, K. Jenlcenson, J. Buch-
annan, J. Hosler.
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I. Charles Parker displays a lypical amused grin.
2. Ken Kelley, King of he Chrisfmas Ball, crowns
Queen, Pai Sexfon.
3. Joannie Buifers and Ivan Avila enioy dancing af
4. Coach George Nelmarli flashes his vicfory smile.
5. Cokes and companionship were feaiures of Teen
6. Keifh Maxwell and pals really worlzed hard af
fheir game of checkers.
7. The Iafesf in 'fashion modeled by La Von Efherlon.
8. Pai Hamilfon and Sandra Kerr fry some on for size.
9. Pai McGovern checks fhe Yucca dummy.
I0. Elaine Miller af ihe swifchboard displays a warm
and friendly smile.
II. Dave Burgess and Galen Denning, A. V. musicians,
ou? af a school assembly.
I2. Carolyn Smifh emofes for Yucca picfure.
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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
BACK ROW: D. Abbolf, R. Hodge, K. Bonhomme, R. Moss, W. Taylor, E. Ross, B. Hefilron, B. Buchanan, B. Qualls, D. Gilmore
D. Rumble, B. Compfon, W. McDonald, J. Hulchins, T. Puclcef, F. Taylor, B. Thomas, D. Obee, B. Paris, D. Moulfon, E. Colby
B. Malay, D. Lehman, Coach O. Plum. ROW 3: J. Paesano, R. Morgan, H. Pomlier, V. Valdez, R. Billef, G. Affelclf, P. Siemens
S. Simpson, D. Morrison, K. Gray, A. Elser, E. Paclias T Tissue T Hanson T Turner D Gardner ROW 2- R Sk II D
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Templefon, B. Mason, B. Upshaw, R. Saenz, D. Saenz, E. Spencer, J. Debbs, P. Hamilton, D. La Rue B Gibson J Brockus
N .High, J. Mayfield, L. Zilinslri. ROW I: P. Whifson, C. Chanlry, K. Swords, E. Dwyer, D. SdU'II1,. J. Mason,'J. Perry:
D. High, T. Kono, J. Perez, F. Thomas, L. Acker, G. Pyle, L. Wil burn, A. Dunn, J. Williams.
As Willie made his way around fhe cam-
pus he furned easfward, and before he lcnew
if found himself siffing on fhe bleachers in
fhe gym wafching fhe Annual Grammar
School Baslcefball Tournamenf sponsored
each year by fhe Leffermens' Club.
Composed of all leffermen fhe club ran
fhrough an acfiye year. In addifion fo
sponsorship of fhe fwelve-feam, fwo-day
fournamenf fhe boys promofed a success-
ful all-school dance and were baclcers of
Mum Day. A swim parfy in May resfricfed
fo members and fheir dafes concluded fhe
Tom Tissue served as club prexy. Assisf-
ing him were Dick Templefon, Bob Mason
and Paul Whifson. Coach Offo Plum acl'-
ed as advisor.
BACK ROW: Coach E. Such, Manager R. Mc-
Bryanf, W. Taylor, B. Thomas, M. Early, R.
Hodge, T. Pelfzer, T. Puclneff, D. McDonald, W.
McDonald, J. Hufman, T. Moise, AssisTanT Coach
THIRD ROW: V. Brenneman, E. Dwyer, F. Tay-
lor, D. Templefon, A. Brownwood, B. Jackson,
T. Tissue, R. Moss, D. Bassham, D. AbboH.
SECOND ROW- B. GarbeTT, D. Gilmore, E.
Padias, K. Bonhomme, D. Rupp, B. Popioy, D.
Balcrnan, V. Valdez, D. Nash, B. Mason, E. Ross.
FRONT ROW: P. Whifson, M. Hinoiosa, J.
Carfer, B. Heffron, V. Clem, J. Paesano, D.
Canady, J. Perez, B. Gibson, D. LaRue.
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The Cenfaurs down Brownwood
Billy J. Smifh, Cougar sfar, Through The cenTer
Band RepresenTaTive, Sharlee Bowlin, presenTs DirecTor Bill Bal-
lard, wiTh Honor Scroll
A. V. Gridders awaif The call To acTion
SiTTing along The sidelines Willie saw An-
dy Brownwood score all I8 poinTs in The
TirsT league game wiTh SanTa Paula in which
we were defeaTed 26 To IB. VisiTors Trom
VenTura ouTlasTed The AnTelopes To score
a 'ZO To 6 win in The second halT, wiTh a dis-
pla yoT reserve sTrengTh. ThaT nighT was
Dads nighT, and The band spelled ouT "Hi,
Pop," and played "For He's a Jolly Good
Fellow". Fillmore Toolc a close conTesT Trom
The AnTelopes I3 To 6. Brownwood scored
Tw oTouchdowns, buT one was called baclq
because oT an oTT side penalTy.
Along wiTh wiTches and goblins came The
Alumni game wiTh l-larT. Reigning over The
TesTiviTies were Queen Kay Burdiclc and aT-
TendanTs, Sharlee Bowlin, Una Lea Perlcins,
and Darlene McLaurin. Wallcing a paTh
hewed by brawn and shoulder pads The
Queen was crowned by CapTain Andy
ATTer This Tling wiTh beauTy The Team ab-
sorbed anoTher beaTing when The HarT ln-
dians ouTplaved The AnTelopes To score a 28
To I2 win. OTTen beaTen buT noT ready To
guiT The lighTly regarded AnTelopes pulled
The prize upseT oT The season when They re-
Turned Trom Oxnard wi+h a well deserved 20
To I8 win.
A. V. slops Culver Cify
Dad's Day Anxiely
Burros oul' in fhe open
Venfura making a drive
A believer in rigid Training and in drill
in lundamenlals, Coach Emil Such, newly
arrived from Lompoc, had lhe boys on lhe
field, pulling lhem lhrough Jrheir paces dur-
ing school and al nighl-a syslem lhal will
ullimalely pay oil. Coach Such has made
many new friends lhis year lhrough his worlc
in adminislering lhe boys physical educa-
Tion program wilrh ils eilorl lo achieve a
higher parlicioalion in class sporls.
Assislanl Coach Ollo Plum shared The
honor of coaching Jrhe varsily leam Jrhrough
a season Jrhal culminaled in a win over Ox-
nard and awarding of 'rhe Sporlsmanship
Trophy in lhe Venlura League. Coach Plum
has finished his second year al A. V.
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BACK ROW: G. Pyle, B. Paris, D. Trombalore, J. Gufhrie, W
Wilber, D. Olaee, P. Wanserske, J. Huichins, L. Mason. H
Levenson, L. Wilburn, C. Lehmen, Coach Nelmarlr. SECOND
ROW: E. Colby, Manager, J. Hildreflw, N. High, E. Lauder
Valarcli, J. Mayfield, L. Aclter, L. Hansen, J. Broclcus, J
Debs, D. Jensen, L. C. Spencer, B. Burch, L. Zilinslri. FRONT
ROW: L .Smilh, H. Davis, R. Brighf, L. Garreh, F. Efherlon
T. Kono, L. Adams, R. Saenz, J. Provenzano, W. Birch, D. High
Junior varsilry gridders proved
fha? The long pracfice sessions
andpalienl inslruclion ol
Coaches George Nelmarlc and
Dave Blounl were noi' in vain.
Aifer several drubbings from
Deserl League varsily squads The
lighlweighls bounded baclc fo
regisfer convincing wins over
Fillmore and l-larl. Experience
gained will enable such willing
players as Ted l-lansen, Jerry
l-lulchins, George Pyle, Larry Ac-
res, Lauie Zilinslce, Charles Leh-
aman, Dee Dobbee, Larry Wil-
burn, and Jaclc Mayfield, To Fill
assignrnenis on nexl year's var-
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John Perez Torn Puclceli
Fred Taylor Diclc Tempellon
Vernon Valdez Paul Whilson
50 Bishop 32
4I Lone Pine
45 ":5anTa Barbara
5I a'c5anTa Paula
4I 5anTa Barbara
49 Lone Pine
48 SanTa Paula
47 SanTa Paula
"""Lone Pine TournamenT
I. Ken Kelly waiTs Tor rebound.
2. Bruce CarTer sTeaIs The ball.
The AnTeIopes scored a repeaT perTormance over
The Warriors oT Tehachapi on The away courT. AV
was mauled Thoroughly by Oxnard's YeIIowiacIceTs,
buT reTurned To Their home Tloor To crush I-IarT I-Ii
and challc up Their TourTh consecuTive home vicTory.
Fillmore sTopped The home courT win sTreaIc Febru-
ary 20 and The Cardinal basIceTeers oT 5anTa Paula
avenged Their earlier deTeaT by Trouncing The AnTe-
Iopes on The away courT. The season Tinals ended
in a rouT oT The AV Tive as The VenTura Cougar
quinTeT sIaughTered The AnTeIopes in The AV gym.
The VenTurans wenT undeTeaTed in league play To
Take The I953 league crown.
CapTain Ken Kelly headed The AnTeIopes' scoring
column wiTh 328 poinTs Tor a I3.I average per
game. Ray BiIIeT piled up 23l digiTs Tor a 9.2 aver-
age. The AnTeIopes' ToTal Tor '53 was I I55 poinTs,
an average of 46.I per game. OpponenTs Tallied
I26I poinTs againsT AV Tor 50.4 average.
Coach George Nelmarlc will lose all his sTarTers
via graduaTion excepT Bill CompTon. Baclc nexT year
To Till Their posiTions will be mosT oT This year's subs
plus scme promising maTeriaI Trom Coach BIounT's
ie Zeea cmd Eeee
AV's ball-bouncing Bees
lriumphed over Oxnard and
Fillmore, noi 'lo menlion many
olhers To lake second place
in Ihe Venlura League.
A few of fhe oulslanding
players 'rhal are looking for-
ward +o playing varsily ball
nexl year are Larry Aclcer,
Jim Dougherly, Eranlcie Thorn-
as, and Johnny Perez.
Ken Kelly lips +o Jim Mallarocci.
Coach George Nelmarlr R Rocha
J Fox T Turner C McEffe A Dunn
R Tomphor G Smufh W Vaughn
P NIcNamee P La Saqua G Ham
Coach Dave Blouni C Hedgecoclr
J. Dougherfy, S. Vukanovuch E. Nulc
ola, J. Hulchins, P. Mclver,
Mgr. E. Colby, J. Avila, J. Perez
F. Thomas, E. Arquedas, L. C. Span
Principal Dougherly awards A and B. baslcelball lrophies.
Which of lhe wresllers will make lelevision? I
A. V. harriers show lheir heels lo Barslow. a e 6
Inlramural linalisls ballle il oul.
Tumbling was well supporled.
Vernon Valdez receives lhe oulslanding blocker award.
The big splash!
Twelve leams made up ol sludenl enlhus-
iasls compeled lor gold medals and lhe
lille ol Champions ol Inlramural Baslcelball.
The No Name Jives ol lhe Mounlain League
bowed lo lhe Deserl League's Dead End
Gang in a lhree game playoll.
"Beal lhe olher classes" and "bring in
lhose poinlsw were lhe cries heard mosl al
lhe inler-class lracls meel sponsored by lhe
Boy's P. E. program,
Copping lirsl place were lhe almighly
seniors: linishing second were lhe sopho-
mores: lhird were lhe lreshmen: and bringing
up lhe rear were lhe iuniors.
This year nine leams enlered baseball
compelilion. A schedule ol eighl games
per leam was arranged and a playing season
ol seven weelcs delermined.
AV's cross-counfry sexfef soed fhrouoh
an excellenf season on fhe l.8-mile frails.
The Anfelope Exoress engineered bv Coach
Emil Such roared fo six vicfories while suf-
fering only fwo narrow defeafs.
The Anfelooes beoan wifh Barsfow and
beaf fhe Ruffians 24-33. Fillmore and Ven-
fura were nexf. AV regisfered a pair of per-
fecf I5-45 wins. Sanfa Paula offered a liffle
more compefifion buf bowed fo AV 20-36.
lvleefinq fhe Barsfow runners on foreicgn
soil, fhe Anfelooes suffered fheir firsf de-
feaf. However, fhis was a non-league meef
and didn'f affecf AV's cleanslafe in fhe con-
ference. To prove if wasn'f an accidenf, fhe
super-sonic six blasfed Fillmore and Ven-
fura a second fime, reoeafino in each neef
wifh a sweeb of fhe firsf six Dlaces. ln their
final meef fhe Anfelooes' oerfecf lEf-HQUG
record was shaffred bv Sanfa Paula. AV
wenf down fo a 26-29 defeaf fo fie wifh
Sanfa Paula for firsf in leaque sfandinfis
J. Pengilley, F. Taylor, W. Taylor, L.
Spencer, B. Garbelf, T. Tissue, R.
Eisebraun, D. Blounf
R. Slcelly, C. Conn, J. Saulfz, V.
Valdez, D. Kuli, J. Carler
J. V. 'Leff fo righi: sfanding: L.
Wilburn, G. Pyle, J. Brosel, A.
Dumm, R. Ioder, B. Zoolc, R. Ham-
lllon J Baumgardner L Aclcer E
Nulrala T Hanson J Huiclnns B
urch J Provanzano T Kono
neellng D aenz H
Mayfield T Germg B Randal
Wulluams D Wemple G Burdeii
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TOP: Bud OarbeTT Trys Tor a homer.
A Trio oT sTrong ouT-Tielders.
PiTchers Talk iT over.
BOTTOM: Coach Dave BlounT explains a proper slide.
A. V. "BaTTing Power."
an the 'gaaefali Ddamavmf . , ,
PracTice sessions aT Jane Reynolds Park and
horsehide duels on The Palmdale Baseball Diamond,
This year, divided The AnTelopes' Training and Their
home baTTling wiTh afher schools. This spliT arrange-
menT was eTTecTed when new classrooms oT The
school's expansion program were erecTed on The
A pre-season glimpse aT A. V.'s schedule showed
ThaT ThirTeen games were lined up. Coach Dave
BlounT Took The Team on The Road six Times To play,
Tive oT The Ten league games and To parTicipaTe in
a TournamenT aT Pomona.
Welcomed back To The VarsiTy squad were Three
"A" leTTermen. Refilling lasT year's posiTions were
Tom Tissue caTching Buddy GarbeTT's sTrilce ouT
piTches, and Bob Upshaw again playing inTield.
ExpecTed To show greaT promise on This year's
Team were: Fred Taylor, caTcher: Vernon Valdez,
second base: Jerry SaulTz, Third base: Ray Slcelly,
shorT sTop3 Joe Pengilley and Dennis Kuli, ouTTield.
ffzamd lie 'mai and Jeld . . .
A TRACK lsfandingl: R. Pompey, P.
Vlhifson, K. Bonllomme, J. Gufhrie, J.
Huffman, D. McDonald, D. Templefon,
A. Brownwood, R. Moss, B. Malay, D.
Morrison, T. Puclcef, H. Levingsfon.
lkneelingl: K. Fairking, B. Vermulen,
B. Buchanan, D. Canady, T. Fuller, B.
Thomas, R. Hodge, D. Obee, E. Ross,
B TRACK lsfanclingl: D. Rumble, B.
Hall, J. Brolrus, C. Thomas, T. Turner,
C. Lehman, G. Johnson, R. Boyd, B.
HsFfron, J. Perl.
llcneelingl: B. Slringer, O. Morrison
A. Elser, K. Gray, D. Gilmore, J. Paes-
ano, D. LaRue, E. Louder, J. Highes,
P. Jenning, E. Colby
C TRACK lsfandingl: D. Hale, B.
Clark, H. Ramirez, J. Provenzano, B.
Fraizer, B. Spindler, E. Pyron, K. Os-
wel,, D. Nellson, G. Fieman, D. Lish,
J. Sclnenbarger, J. McClary, D. Schen-
berger, H. Hulsizer. lkneelingl: E.
Ganfz, P. Hamilfon, J. Provenenzano,
D. Rechebosh. Mead, L. Adams, F.
Hann, M. Hall, Cofion, Tapia, R. Saenz
Andy Brownwood Ken Gray Tom Fuller Bill Buchanan Phil Hamillon Bob l'-lelleron Bob Malay
Don McDonald Dee Obee John Perez Eddie Ross Darrel Rumble Bill Thomas
Wilh 32 men on lhe cinder palhs and sand pils,
AV's lraclc leam showed promising qualilies as lhe
'53 campaign gol under way.
Wealc in lhe shol pul and pole vaull. lhe Anle-
lope lhinclads proved lhemselves in lhe middle-
dislance and long dislance runs as well as a respec-
lable showing in league compelilion in lhe dashes.
Their slrongesl poinl was lheir 880-yard relay quar-
lel wilh Willie Johnson, Andy Brownwood, Eddie
Ross, and Tom Fuller in lhe leading roles. This bun-
dle ol speed besled relay squads lrom Barslow,
Oxnard and l-larl in lheir lirsl lwo meels.
The Anlelopes' lirsl big viclory belore lhe Yucca
hil lhe presses was lheir decisive lriumph over Ven-
lura and Sanla Paula in a lriangular allair on a
muddy Venlura lield. AV loolc lhis one wilh 69-I-2
poinls lo Venlura's 45 I-2 and Sanla Paula's I I.
Winning lop spol in lhe l00 was Andy Brown
wood wilh a lime ol I0.5 seconds. Willie Johnson
AV's lransler lrom Jefferson High, look lhe I80 in
20 llal. Bill Buchanan wrapped up lhe 440 al 55.8
seconds and Warren Simpson lurned in a 2:l7.5
880 lor lirsl prize. Bill Vermeulen, AV's cross
counlry ace, paced lhe milers al 5:l l.2.
Don McDonald came lhrough wilh a double win
by doing lhe high hurdles in I6.8 and lhe lows in
I4.9. The relay squad scored lheir lhird viclory
of lhe season wilh a lime ol l:4l.6. Bill Thomas
ran in Tom Fuller's spol. Thomas leaped lo an
l8'4" viclory in lhe broad jump.
AV wound up wilh nine oul ol lwelve lirsls and
2l oul ol 45 places. The Anlelopes appeared lo
be headed lor lhe lop hall ol Venlura League
sr NDING ug y
Girls had loads of lun in Jrhe gym on lhe
cour" and on Jrhe diamond. Shouls of ioy
mfngled wirh sighs of disappoinrmenl could
b- heard from The volleyball baslcelball and
lennis courls sollball and speedball fields as
inrerclass compelilion was held.
All girls were required ro parlicipale in
'rhese P. E. classes. Each girl was given a
number by which she was known. No 'fhis
was nor a prison Jrhis was iusl her idenlili-
carion as she answered lo roll call checlced
in and our l'er Towels and Jroolc showers.
P. E. sludenis were 'raughl nor only To
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FRONT ROW: A. Fenner, B. Wooden
P. Kel!y, P. Scx+on, E. Miller.
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Learning fo shelch is parf of Playing volleyball.
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BACK ROW: S. Farley, B. Byers, K. Burdick, E. Miller, P. Sexion,
P. Herschlag, D. Siebenihal, J. Green, M. Bay, A. Cable, D. Allen,
A. Fenner, V. Mix, E. Blum, J. Blair, M. Aznarez, J. Green, S. Kerr
J. Buffers, M. Geile, S. Marlin, C. Nielson, G. Lucero, M. Wilson
P. Cahill, J. Riddle, S. Pulos.
FOURTH ROW: K. Howell, C. Harris, l. C. Bowser, J. Lemen, M
Caler, M. Wescoif, T. Fox, C. Roih, D. McLaurin, B. Polls, L. Vi
Efherion, A. Pill, P. Frederick, S. Bowlin, D. Cissell, U. L. Perkins
J. McEiee, C. Forman, D. Hanna, F. Howard, R. Tapia, J. Barker
R. Uyeda, B. Comsiock, R. Pelion, R. Hankins, J. Riddle, J. Peierl
son, F. Cruz.
THIRD ROW: M. Schroeder, M. L. Eizel, S. Bell, C. Yslas, D. Selvy
C. Haley, M. Hodgson, A. Taylor, F. Belding, E. Kono, A. McKee:
han, G. Ferguson, R. Fowler, P. Hankins, M. McClenaghan, D. Kiel
J. Pedroza, K. Thor, M. Richey, J. Sequine, B. Overlade, M. MH-
chell, M. Pra'f+, C. Price, C. Garreii.
SECOND ROW: J. Gray, G. Sakaguchi, M. Arfhur, S. Cochran
M. Neuharfh, L. Huni, B. Francisco, C. Chrisfenson, J. Peferson, B
Roih, S. Clark, J. Holcombe, P. Forbes, P. Hudson, P. Kelly, P
Truesdell, M. Nix, M. Moore, L. Ledbeiier, A. Dixon, M. Reagan
B. Perdue, S. Fasnachf, C. Smiih, S. Seymour, M. Schwandi.
FIRST ROW: P. McGovern, A. Piani, M. Forbes, R. Moore, M
Judd, D. Henson, N. Doull, L. Pappas, G. Fosier, P. Turman, C
Davis, J. Carfer, B. Hoag, P. Roushey, L. Overlade, V. Turner, J.
Hilion L Wemple M Fink B Johnson J A Dux D Pi kin P
, . , . , . , . . , . p , .
Towner, C. Merriman, P. Harned, W. Carier, E. Carier, M. Loo,
C. Mashek, D. Lacy, K. Richardson, V. Chandler.
G. A. A.
Freshmen - Sophomore
BACK ROW: K. Holcombe D. D. Machlachlan D. While
Chavez, C. Akroyd, L. Affeldf, A. Welch, M. Richardson A. Hilgen
dorf, J. Buchanan, J. Holser, J. Wrighi, S. Fasnachf M. Mead L
Dahl, C. Gamage, K. Wrighi, F. Losey, A. Wilson V. Adams M
Wood, P. Edwards, J. Evers C. Schwandf.
FOURTH ROW: M. Cole F. Harvell N. Hodges, C. James C
Blair, P. Hamilfon, D. Pursley, G. Miller, H. Yslas, P. Wall, D. Niel
son, C. Siemens, D. Weir, C. Cabarga, C. Schaffer, P. Billie
Owens, G. Kisfler, J. A. Henley, J. Siallard.
THIRD ROW: B. Cambis, A. Carey, A. Massari, M. Gwin, J. Wal
lace, N. A. Wilson, J. Godde, J. Bloom, D. B ss, C. Darr
Newman, G. Kirk, B. Laiham, B. Jones, J. Proiho, B. Cooper, D
Hanschmidf, G. Dozier, R. M. Chaney, S. Scheppler.
SECOND ROW: A. Spschf, K. Rhea, G. Kliewer, S. Purcell, S
Sedgwick, M. Townsend, C. McE'Fee, J. Hankins, J. Lundsirom, M
Spindler, P. Collins, R. Mauldin, F. Blanchard, L. Brashear, L. Low-
den, P. Wehr, D. Sakaguchi, G. Milligan, F. Dilfy, J. Manharf.
FRONT ROW: B. Dunivan, J. Nygaard, B. Williams, C. Granger,
S. Jones, P. Colo, B. Gibson, D. Munday, P. Seminario, L. Kalpakoiif,
K. Kelly, B. Nash, B. La Fleur, D. Mofnfeii, T. Mclver, J. Burneii, .
Mumaw, E. Swedlund, F. Turner, S. Young, E. Humphreys, J. Swarfs.
lnexperianced 'Freshmen Take To The game of speeclball. Serving wildly is Alice Carey.
G. A. A.
For acTion and loTs oT exciTemenT, Girls'
AThleTic AssociaTion proved To be Tops.
lniTiaTionsl Playdays! Selling aT baslceTball
games! Award Assembly! All These Things
are only a parT oT The Tun oT being in G.
A. A. Girls sTrive To earn Their TirsT season
so They are eligible for membership in This
In The evenT ThaT agirl is voTed ona
Team, is scholasTically eligible. and compleTes
a TournamenT, she has earned a season.
One oT The mosT imporTanT Things oT The
organiz-aTion is To creaTe inTeresTing sporTs
oT all kinds. Individual year round sporTs Tor
I953 has helped To creaTe even greaTer in-
All These ac:TiviTies are enioyed because
oT The leadership oT PresidenT Faye Breeding
and Sponsor DusTe l-lilTgen.
JusT Think, nine seasons compleTed and
only one To go 'Till l'm in "Big A", ThaT's
whaT Willie heard Trom some oT The girls
in The P. E. classes. Girls eagerly anTicipaTe
when They earn enough seasons To meriT The
honor oT wearing a whiTe sweaTer wiTh an
inTerloclcing A. V. on iT and Two or Three
red sTripes on The leTT sleeve.
One oT The mosT-looked-Torward-To evenTs
oT The year was The big annual baslceTball
game againsT The J. C. girls. Also impaTienT-
ly awaiTed by all, excepT The iniTiaTes, was
The merry iniTiaTion.
The Big A sTrove To promoTe The Tradi-
Tion oT Triendship and sporTsmanship. l-lelp-
ing To upkeep The ideals were PresidenT La
Von ETherTon and Sponsor Georgiana Mim-
Efhedon, R. Pelfon, C. Nielson,
Polls, D. Allen, J. Peferson.
FRONT ROW: P. Truesdell, S. Kerr, B.
Comsioclc, D. Lacy, A. PIN, P. McGov-
ern, M. Judd, E. Kono, P. Kelly.
BACK ROW: E. Miller, P. Hersclllag,
R, Uyecla, F. Breeding, R. Hanlrins, L.
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whenever you have any elecTrical worlq To ChevroleT aT STARKSEN The company who
be done. Turnishes The car Tor driver s educaTion
Carolyn Granger Imows
ThaT you can geT all The
school supplies necessary
aT DESERT STATIONERS.
SCOTTS YARDS AND
YARDAGE is The place To
buy Those aTTracTive maTer-
ials Tor all your preTTy
KINGSLEY GLASS can
supply you wiTh any lcind oT
glass plaTing, mirrors: auTo
glass and TinTed glass can
be supplied for Those older
James is impressed wi+h
The values you can geT aT
CARL'S DRUG: They also
carry The oTIiciaI A. V. J. U.
I-I. S. sTaTionery.
For The big car ride in
The low priced, visiT The
wigwam oT MARTIN PON-
TIAC Tor a "heap big
IT iT's exTra Thiclc malTs
and juicy hamburgers you
wanT, Try The WESTCOTT
AND PLUMMER FOUN-
TAIN, corner oT Sierra and
Lei MOJAVE DESERT AGRICULTURAL Thinking oi buying properiy
7 La Von Eih-
GYPSITE Iocaied ai 6605 W Aye I condi erion is Iearning The adyaniages io be oil
hon your soil for assurance of a beiier crop Iered by BOYD AND BUDD.
Joan Green is waiiing
for her friends Io ioin her
ai SALLY'S CAFE, where
you can gei sandwiches
and shori' orders a+ reason-
Ideal giII's +o Iii every
occasion can be obfained
when you shop af TIN-
For a compleie Iine of
kiichen uiensils and equip-
meni, Joanne Gray Icnows
GRIFFIN AND SONS is Ihe
place +o go.
WALT WALDRIP is aI-
ways willing To show you
The advanfages of buying
a new De Soio or PIymou+h.
Beiiy Lou LaFIeur is con-
sidering buying eggs ai
ANTELOPE VALLEY EGG
Roy Icnows he can gei
cIeaning done experily and
nea+Iy af GEORGE'S
lmporlanl cog in lhe
ol A V anrcrall in
is VOLITAN AIR
These girls are loolcing
over one ol lhe many lines
ol lcilchen appliances lea
lured al McBRIDE AND
Do you need a special
sized cablnel lo lil in lhal
corner ol your room7 Then
conlacl FRANK HOW
ARD S CABINET SHOP
For quiclc and easy shop-
ping il s MORSE MARKET
Lel EDDIE DEBS REAL
ESTATE show you lhe besl
values in homes and home-
siles, or acreage.
Wanl lo prelly up your
house? Wilh painl and wall-
paper, lhal is. All lhis is
wailing lor you al KENNE-
DY SIMPKINS painl sup-
Janelle Wilson and
gang slop al BUD AND
CARPY S lo gas up lor lhe
lrup lo school
For beaulilul green
shrubery and llowers need
ed in landscaping your
yard slop in al lhe PALM
Building a new house'7
Lel BECKWITH LUMBER
supply you wulh lhe neces
Shoes need re solmg'7
Roy Rawlings Icnows he can
gel lasl and dependable
service al GENES SHOE
For lhal shower gill or
lillle sisler s birlhday pres-
enl, CHUCK 8: CATHY'S
YOUTH SHOP has a wide
Judy. Beverly. and Bar-
bara are enjoying a cool
drink while shopping al
LORI'S MARKET where an
assorlmenl ol various gro-
ceries are lound.
For all of your prinfing and adverlising,
AFRICA PRINTERS is flne place +o go. They
do a fine job of prinling llwe sandpaper.
Kind and courfeous service, in your lime
of sorrow, will be found a+ MUMAW'S FUN-
Elirninaling 'rlwose bugs fhal are desfroy-
ing your crops. Lef A. V. PEST CONTROL
spray flwem dead.
Ready-mixed concrefe is on ils way lo you
by jusl nofifying FRANK LANE. l-le also
has a complere line of building rnalerials.
Visilr HUNTER'S DODGE AND PLY- For a ouick and easy loanr ASSOCIATED
MOUTH To see and drive The ali new Power FINANCE COMPANY, cn 'rhe corner of
Paclfed Ram V8 Dodge and The sharp new Sierra P-hqhway and Lancasfer Boulevard is
PTymou+h. fne pTaQe To qo.
Plannmnq on puuldung7 FORREST LUM Whefh r you hke your moyees Indoors or
BER CO Headquarfers for Homes han ur Jrhere TS a creen To sufr you ANTE
dles ah The buuidmng supplies you need no LOPE AND JET THEATERS wekorne your
ma++er whaf Jrhey may be oafronago
A big qarne coming up and Hwere you sif For re iaoe service in fiIIing aII prescrip-
wirn a dead T. V. and no radiof Beoer caii Iionsr cosnnefics ano soeciaI occasion qiffs,
C 8: H RADIO Ior quick and depenoahha sI1oofirsIa+WESTCOTT AND PLUMMER
service. The Corner Drugj
E I I ul .Au
I Lwswiml W,,,,,,,,.,,mi
SA'-E5 ' SERVICE I'
For 'rne besf in reicrigerafioni be if saies Richard Morgan knows wnere Io obfain
or service, ADRIAN HYMEN can IwandIe aI2 Ire oesf ior Iess in oainfing suppIies7 Iwe goes
of your Iworne or business reirigerarion needs. fo FRONTIER PAINT 8: SUPPLY CO.
Counlry Iolk know rhe
place lo go is HARRIS'
STORE lor gasoline, groc-
eries and a quick snack.
For shopping any hour of
fhe day. any day of lhe
week, i+'s BILL'S BREAD
Beauliiy your backyard
wilh a Bar-B-Q buill wilh
bricks and malerial from
JAQUA AND SONS.
For fashionable, high
qualify men's wear al rea-
sonable prices. palronize
DUBOIS 81 SONS.
Benny Coals is learning
how 'ro make his firsl mil-
lion by following lhe ad-
vise ol MOCHEL REALTY.
Slella and Marcia found
farm fresh lruils and vege-
fables al lhe SPOT MAR-
When you say HAMILTON DIAMOND l-Iave any shipping or lreighl problems'7
if doesn'+ only mean jewelry, buf also a Lel DESERT EXPRESS assure you ol lasl' and
large variely ol slerling lor lhal home. sale handling ol goods.
Whefher if's a new one
you wanf or an old one fo
be fixed, if's DIXON RE-
FRIGERATOR SALES 8:
SERVICE fo help you.
Perfume, film, drugs, a
cool refresher, or no maf-
fer whaf. You'll find fhem
all af PALMDALE PHAR-
Mary Puff is sure of geffing high qualify
When buying a felevi-
sion af CRAIG T. V., you
are sure of having enioy-
able evenings ahead. Craig
T. V. is locafed on Sierra
Highway in Palmdale.
If your problem is frying
fo find all fhose oddifies
and liffle niclc, naclcs, visif
fhe VARIETY STORE in
Ward's 5 8: I0
For superior qualify mer-
chandise in every line, shop
af HALL'S VARIETY in
ROCHELLE SHOP has
smarf clofhes and accessor-
ies of fhe lafesf sfyle for
high school girls.
meaf cheese fish and poulfry af ANTE- Everyfhing from soup fo nufs and even
LOPE VALLEY MEAT MARKET. more can be found af WARD'S 5 8: IO.
Pal' Towner seems +o be
enioying lhe flowers, and
so will you when you pur-
chase bouque+s from A. V.
Beverly Gibson lcnows
insurance lo cover all your
needs can be obiained al
on Beech Avenue in Lan-
Terry Coddinglon is im-
pressed wilh The perform-
ance of one of lhe +rac'rors
+ha+ can be seen al FRED
ALLEY'S, aulrhorized dealer
of New l-lolland Farm
Sfoooinq in al l'he TAS-
TY SHOP, you see Pal
Schusler and Lorraine Tho-
mas enioying an aller-
Aflrer fhe ball game or
afler fhe show-if i+'s good
food you wan'r-'ro MAR-
TIN'S you'll go!
lf seems Sharon is plan-
ning for 'rhe fulure, and
she's come 'ro Jrhe righl'
place for eleclrical appli-
ances, LANCASTER ELEC-
Feed, grain, and hay, a
complele diel for all your
slock, can be Iound al A.
V. HAY GROWERS AS-
MILTON'S 5 81 IOc slore
carries a complele line of
nolions. as well as Ihe besl
popcorn in Iown.
varialions ol Jrexlile painls
and friendly service, are a
combinalion ol Ihings
found al EN6LUND'S AP-
For Ihe Ialesl slyles on
'roday's hair-dos-come in-
Io MOCHEL'S BEAUTY
SALON and Iel' Ivlochel
slyle your hair for you.
A quick and dependable
grease iob is bul one of Ihe
many services you gel
when you drive in'ro FOS-
SATI'S UNION OIL.
Bob Malay seems well
saislied wilh Ihe Iurnilrure
bargains offered by AN-
Lighls ou'rf7 Call VAL-
LEY ELECTRIC lor service
and also appliances.
DESERT FOOD LOCK-
ERS will bulcher, cul up,
and quick freeze your Iive-
slock. For Iufure use, pul
Ihal meal' in a deep-freeze
which may be obrained
For Ihal shave and hair-
cul Jrhal looks exlra special,
ls-I Ralph Rosas ol ROSAS
BARBER SHOP do Ihe job.
For Ihal noon-day snack,
drop in al Jrhe COTTAGE
KITCHEN-Iocaled in 'rhe
hearl' of Palmdale.
When soiling y o u r
clolhes Think nolhing ol il,
because if wanling depen-
dable and economical
cleaning, palronize FASH-
You say you need new
kilchen appliances and
would like a new radio and
olher household need?
Q0 Io LANcAsTER RA-
Need hardware for
home, farm, or garden?
Slop and shop al SID OS-
HEIM HARDWARE in Lan-
For lhe lalesl in men's
fashions. i+'s RUDSON'S
DEPARTMENT STORE on
Sierra Highway in Lancas-
Sfop in al' FRANK'S' T.
V. and ialce a loolc al lhe
new Raylheon Television
wi+h The single-dial luning.
For friendly aufomorive
service, Richard Turner
lcnows BERT'S SERVICE is
fhe place fo go.
Join Jrhe crowd of salis-
fied Ford owners. Drive in-
fo LANCASTER FORD on
Sierra Highway and drive
oul wilh a sleek, new '53
MENT has lhe lalesl in
farm equipmenlz Every-
lhinci a modern farmer
needs in 'rhe Oliver and Fer-
TOM FOLEY AGENCY has been serving
The Valley wilh proleclion for life and limb
lor lwenly years. Phone Lancasler IZOO or
call al 747 Lencasler Blvd. for all Jrypes of in
MNA 'N if
THE SKIES AHEAD ....
1953 is the Golden Anniversary of Aviation. It was just half .1
century ago that the W'right Brothers' powered box-kite, rising
from the sandy dunes at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, made
man's first successful powered flight.
Today- S0 years later -we are crossing only the threshold
of the Air Age. We can see the challenge it presents, the incentive
to guide the science of flight constructively forwardf toward
even greater airliners, planes for everyone to own and fly, aircraft
using new and even stronger sources of power and surer guidance.
and the miracle of interplanetary space flight.
All these things we know we can do now or rather soon. But
they are only the beginning. As we solve each of these problems,
the tempting finger of science beckons us forward to show us
new Helds. The solution of one leads us to challenge and solve
With Ll whole new world waiting for us in the mysteries of the
air, there is an opportunity for all of us as individuals. There is a
new way of life within and beyond this immensity of air and
space, and we can be rewarded with her fruits and powers.
LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
CALIFORNIA DIVISION-Burbank, Bakersfield, Beverly Hills,
Palmdale, Van Nuys.
GEORGIA DIVISION-Marieffa, Georgia.
Launder your clofhes fhe
quick and easy way by
sfopping af fhe HALF-
HOUR LAUNDRY on
Beech Sfreef in Lancasfer.
Does your car need new
fires as La Von Efherfon's
does? BABCOCK AND
SONS of Lancasfer have a
supply of fhe finest fires,
including excellenf recaps
Suifs for all occasions-
forrnal or sporfs-af iusf
fhe righf price are display-
ed af FASHION TAILOR.
Mr. Fischer, Anfelope
Valley Buick dealer, shows
Paf l-ludson whaf a roaring
ride you gef in the I953
rnodel. See if af FISCHER
Dave is enjoying a re-
freshing rnug of roof beer
af MEL'S ROOT BEER on
Sierra Highway in Lancas-
Darlene lvlcLaurin in-
specfs one of fhe many fine
fypes of mirrors af LAN-
CASTER GLASS. Aufo
glass and plexolife for paf-
ios af 44957 N Yucca Ave-
Do you have a savings accounl? BANK The new American car with The European
OF AMERICA'S friendly service and cour look is lhe 53 Sludebaker sold al MILL
'reous slaff is always ready To help you. MOTORS
Roland Brindley looks
af a display of smarl iew-
elry-lypical of SANDERS
Plan lo buy lhe lalesl in
home appliances al The
modern, new, KENNE-
POHL LANCASTER GAS
Looking for a new home?
Before you buy check wilh
McADAM AGENCY in
To look sharp, +o feel
sharp, 'ro be sharp, fry The
HOLMES BARBER SHOP
Lalesl lurnilure slyles
al reasonable prices are
found af MARTIN'S DRIVE
IN FURNITURE CO.
Favorile shopping sile of
valleyiles, is J. C. PENNY'S
for clolhing, shoes, maler-
ials, and nolions.
For Jrhe besl feed your live sfoclc can eel,
buy a+ Ihe FERNANDO MILLING CO.
While leaving your car a+ The WILDA
AND GRIFFITH for Jrlue besl of service, slop
ruexl door al Jrhe HORN INN for a meal or
pause flue refreshes.
Irs smarl farming Io pafroruize your LAN-
CASTER FEED 8f SUPPLY CO. Purina feed
dealer, Ihe sfore wirh fhe Checkerboard sign.
Need quick dependable, and experl' car
repair? Talce your aufo 'ro HII.L'S AUTO-
MOTIVE SERVICE in Palmdale, open 'fill
commune f, suwuzs Ulm
A iaucef washer or compleie plumbing
bid for your new home? Eilrher can be ob-
'rained af WESTERN PLUMBING CO.,
If you find yourself in need of building
maierials loolc +o STANDARD BUILDING
WRECKING COMPANY. . . They have ihe
answer +o economical building and repair
problems wifh used briclc and plumbing and
For a complele plumbing rob all sheel Purchase your sporhng eguipmenl l
melal producls or healing eguipmenl call TED HARDY S SPORTING GOODS where
A V PLUMBING for lhe besl of service a plenliiul supply of rifles and fishing laclcle
Fresh dairy producls are
The specially al lhe A. V.
DAIRY where you can ob-
lain all your dairy needs.
Loolaing lor lhe lop hil
records? Can? find lhem
anywhere? Your problem
will be solved when you lind
lhern al The MUSIC BOX.
ll you are living in lhe
Roosevell area or nearby.
lei The ROOSEVELT
STORE supply you wilh
your needed lasl-minule
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