Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA)
- Class of 1956
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AV students In vhe oreo behmd the Cenvrol
To Mr. Robert Thomas, who has given many long working
hours to the Student Body of AV, we dedicate the T956
Mr. Thomas could be seen on any day of the week organ-
izing and directing activities for the students. He was a
willing advisor, and he proved his skill by arranging pro-
gram schedules and helping seniors with their plans for the
Mr. Thomas was responsible for many activities of the year.
Some of the things he helped to make possible were Ditch
Day and the Senior Christmas Party.
One of Mr. Thomas' main activities was the California Cadet
Corps. He was Lieutenant Colonel, commanding officer of
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this chapter. He has had T3 years active duty in the service
and I2 years active reserve, he was four years with the
Reserve Officers Training Corps at the University of Arizona.
For three summers he was Athletic Director of the California
Military Training College, and four years were dedicated to
the personnel and management of the U.S. Army.
Mr. Thomas received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the Uni-
versity of Arizona, and has had graduate training at Stan-
ford University and the University of Southern California.
He has been at AV only two years, and during that time
he has earned the respect and affection of many students.
We are proud to dedicate the Yucca to such a deserving man.
Like the senior class, Mr, Rober' Thomas freir
adv ser, sw hgs nto avian w tr M ss Jane' Mc-
Cfirns zz' 're fill da, se'cr pany
Cadet Lt Col. Bob Thomas instructs his cadet of-
ficers, lst Lt. Gary Amo, 2nd Lt. Kenneth McGowan,
Capt, Bob Spencer, and Lt. Col. John Jackson,
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The magestrc loshua stands guard over a barren
desert scene as fleecy clouds encompass the sky
Wand blown blossoms allghtnng upon the desert
decked thus and land In sprung clothes of galety
Typncal of the desert us the twisted Joshua as
It breaks the regularity of the desert skylune
spraye In blooms of fluffy white Not only
have we a desert IH bloom but a sunrise and
a sunset that would put the glornous blossoms
of spring to shame before th
True to the great blue dome of our sky are the
graceful veils of alry clouds Beneath thus celllng
e malestrc arora
The Jcshu: 'ree in bloom holds its a'mS 'O We Sun
as tl-e creamy Whlte blossoms OPEN 'W '0f5PC"'
A young almond tree stands straiQllT Gnd loll on G
fertlle hnllslde overlooklng the vall6Y
of clouds the desert sprawls nn sts patchwork
quilt luke topography of farms and ranches wrth
thenr crops and meadows In abundance Bowung
theur heads IH gratltude the trees ocean luke
fuelds and flowers greet the cooling west wunds
that kiss the valley throughout the year Varied
and colorful flowers dot the earth to bring pleas
ure to theur beholders and splashes of rare color
to thus land of sand and sagebrush
Photos courtesy of Kung Photography
Fleegy blossoms shower the hulls wnth soft beauty
as they mmgle wrth the vonous greens ond browns
of the desert terrace
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milton, Allene Harris and Bobbi Perry help Mr. Most in running his arts and crafts class.
Students of AV blossomed forth Into a welter of ac The Christmas assembly presented by the Thesptans,
tnvntues such as Teen Town, the operetta put on by the dlsplayed an array ofA V talent
muslc classes the noon dances sponsored by Mr Peter
Not to be forgotten were the excstung football basket
Leyh and the broadcastlng panel over KAVL by the rad:
games whrch hrghlnghted the years
o ball and baseball
Fracttce makes perfect' Practlcung for a bl
game are our peppy malorettes Marulyn
McLaurnn Pat Nlxon Janet Dwyer C l
Akrovd Duane Demers and Judy Evers
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school gab sessions are Sonia
Mark, Paul Tuttle, Bill Watson,
Pot Nixon and Ada Scott.
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Mr Albert LoBuono Assustant Super
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Mr Norton Ntchols Dnrector of Student Acttvutles
BOARD OF TRUSTEES-Slttnng left to rlght Mr Gus
P Elvopulos Mr Wallace Ward Dr Roy A Knapp
dnstnct superintendent Standmg Mr James Wllson
M Wtlltam J Slncla Absent when pucture was
taken was Mr George F McNamee
M Charles Parker Admnmstratrve
Assastant to the Supermtendent
CLASS COUNSELORS Mr Jonn OConnor r Irwrn Cohen Mrss Evelyn Ericson Mrs Greta Baldwrn Mr Roy Clrfgard Miss Josephrne Dart Mrs
BUSlNESS OFFICE Mrs Thelma Johnson Mrs Nancy
arron Mrs Jean Calvert Mrs Dons Iverson Mrs
Marguerrfe Jenlcrnson Ms Sybnl Purcell Mrs Nan
ATTENDANCE OFFICE Mrs Beafruce Rrley
Bonnie Gary Mrs Ea th Worden Mrs Mrldrea
Jolrn Mrs Lorern Denney Mrs Vrrgrnna Zarzana
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Since AV kept growing the school demanded efficient
workers for the staff The Business Office rendered service
in innumerable ways for AV where this rapid growth
meant the expenditure of many dollars The busy Attendance
Office worked constantly on programs credits transfers
AVutes in every possible way when problems arose
Thanks for our smooth running of the 22 bus lines goes to
Mr Grosvenor Fitch supervisor of transportation Our buses
traveled nearly l3OO miles a day totaling 300374 miles C1
year excluding school activity trips He also had the lab
of hiring our responsible bus drivers who did very well
Mr Jack Wiley played the important part for construction
sure the buildings were safe for the student body
BUS DRIVERS First row left to nght Crapo Pe ez
Blanco Alsberg Sadler Back row Johnson Rtche
nsey Ga ett B t Compton Scores Gem
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Se well D Hat Huston Glmore
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The third Thursday in every month found ninety-five
teachers who were members of the Teachers Association,
gathered together for a meeting to discuss their plans
Mr. Kermit Irby was president of the association, vice
president was Mr. Bernard Kelly, and secretary was Mrs.
Madeline Chapman. Miss Ann Urbanowski was treas-
urer, while Mr. Robert Thomas was the representative to
the California Teachers Association.
One ot the annual activities of the faculty is giving a
scholarship to two graduating seniors for 550, and one
to a graduating Junior College student tor the same
Margaret Dewhirst Dorothea Dunlop Evel icson
Mary Floyd Arthur Clark John Gary
Zelma Goben Tommie Goodwin
Lloyd Helgeson Amy Heydorn
Paul Greenlee Sidney Harrington
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W rg C" 'c 'ref rex' dosses Rglph Nybgkken
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Our faculty axe tme out or
Members of our faculty Mr Sampson Coach Rand
and Mr Slocum get together on the front lawn
fo a gab sesston
LU2 LUZL! DTOILC
Mr Kelly chaurrnan ot the Faculty Social Comrnuttee
proved has abrluty by stagung several original partues
In October the Faculty had a plcnuc at Munz Lake where
Mr DeCruz displayed his talent an playing baseball
The P T A held an Open House at a November meetnng
and the teachers engoyed an evenmg gettung acauaunted
wnth the parents
In December a Christmas party was held at the Ranch
House duroung which Mr Rand played the part ot Santa
it Mr Kelly cuts a rug wtth Mtss Ingles at the Sensor
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Claus and Mrs. Pickus led The spurned group an srngrng
Mr Leyh displayed hrs Talent by being Lxberace for the
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In March where Mr Kelly showed has True lrush character
In The sprung the rnen Teachers planned a fnshlng p
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Dunng The pasf year The acu y a
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Well sensors you had a wonderful year drdnt you9
Full of fun excrtement and many
many surpnses You
cheered your f
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teams on to victory You wntnessed the first Alfalfa Bowl
game played on May s Fseld You felt happy when your
team won and sad when they lost Summing the year
up though you dud very well on sports
You followed the traditions set down by the preceding
classes such as Alumnu Day where Pat Nrxon was chosen
SENIOR OFFICERS seated
rn: Connle Ayers
Susre Pepper Standing
Harvey Casey Judy Evers
Dean Swab Jon Wh:
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queen at the game wnth Oxnard You sponsored the
Alumnu Assembly whlch consisted of senior talent Sen
lor Dutch Day was another wonderful tradltron at that
tnme all of the sensors met and boarded the busses
bound for a good time lt was a wonderful day wasnt
at You wore your Sensor Sweaters wnth prrcle They
were powder blue bearmg your msrgnla and a new
Idea a class name the Oasrans
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Milton Arnold Jr.
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Here we see Sonya Ma ks Paul Tuttle B Il Watson Pat N on and Ada
Scott d scussnng some problems before go ng to class
Mr Landrum completed hls fnrst year of remarkable
work and servnce as prnncnpal wnth June here He was a
fruend to all and was always wnllnng to help the stu
dents who needed hum
Dr Knapp superuntendent of schools snnce l946 worked
hard to unsure the smooth operatuon of the school He
capably Iudged every polncy that came up It was a
hard gob well done
Mr Albert LoBuono Assustant Superuntendent of Funances
kept the school In the black wnth valuable and from the
Dlrector of Actnvmes Mr Nnchols arranged recreatnons
fneld trnps dances and club meetnngs He has done a
Career Day was another bug event Many choices were
put up to you to help you decide your vocatlon You trav
eled to many Industrial plants and businesses here In
Then at last the tlme fmally came that you had been
wantmg four years for Graduation' There were many
thnngs to do and to thunk of You had your plctures taken
our nnvltatuons Your Baccalaureate was
beautiful At Class Night you received your yearbook
before the Underclassmen
You had a Senior Breakfast wlth your final farewell
at the Sensor Party follownng graduation ceremonies
Yes It was a wonderful last year to end your hugh
school studnes SENIORS YGU HAVE REASON TO BE
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fnne lab wlth the busnest schedule nn the school
Dean of Girls Mrs Bullye Adams was kept busy coun
selnng nssulng work permuts and carrynng out regular
Gnrls Vrce Prmclpal dutues
Mr Lowen Dean of Boys gave the boys counsel and
guldance Constant efforts helped bulld a better campus
and en ouraged more student actuvntues
Admnnustratuve Assistant Mr Parker kept busy wlth our
constant problems Has full tume energues were used for
students and student actnvntnes
The Board of Trustees controlled student actrvutles funan
cnal matters personal dlrectuon and school buxldlngs
agaln thus year Thear 'ob was hard and very well done
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.lo Ann Russell
George P lnnon s
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Larry Ruggles -,,--
Barbara Van Alstyne
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Jon Whred and Berry Fullferson talk Thin s over between
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El N kala Bob Jackson ar'J
CAMERA SHY SENIORS
Joan cle Monfrnorency
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Dnsployung the roy of groduatron are Frank Camp
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A fyprcal sensor locker The happy owner of thus
one rs Elrzaberh Morel
The sensors are begrnnrng preparation for that great
day by ordering announcements
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J. Rhoton, G, Goodson, D. Simi, J. Turner.
C. Calvert. Second row: S. HOWGYCL D-
Murray, D. Kiethley.
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One of the most unforgettable moments of the year
was when you received your iunior rings. Of course,
the most important event was the Junior-Senior Prom,
which was the main event of the spring semester. Hur-
ried trips for last minute extras, the Juniors discovered
that sponsoring and decorating for a dance is quite an
experience, but worth the energy after an enioyable
evening. The honorees, the Senior Class, will never
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forget that nught due to the work and planntng of the
You have been preparlng anxuously yet somewhat re
luctantly to tall the shoes ot the hngh and mughty Sensors
Headung the actuvutnes for the tnrst semester was pres:
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The Second semester Sophomore Class officers,
left to right: M. Ackerman J. Dwyer S, Ankrum,
P. Ramos, J. Stout and J. Godde take time out for
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The Sophomores started off a wonderful year by spon
sorung one of the dances nn October Autumn Leaves
where couples enloyed a magic mood under hues of
old brown and red splashes of color
Mass Urbanokskn and Mr Cohen did a wonderful lob of
sponsorrng the Sophomores thus last year The frrst se
mester offncers were Stan Anderson President Ju y
Stout Vnce Presxdent Sandra Ankrum Secretary Tom
Nalarlan Treasurer and
Pat Calvert Reporter The sec
mos President Janet
ond semester officers were Pete Ra
nt Sandra Ankrum Secretary Judy
Dwyer Vlce Preslde
Stout Treasurer Myrna Ackerman Reporter
One of the biggest events of the year was the Sopho
more Day on January T2 when they held the Sophomore
Assembly That was the day that all the Sophomores
wore thenr Mnghty Sophs puns Remember
lt was a wonderful year for the Sophomores and It wrll
be even better next year
Sophomore Agrrculture students observe wh le
p ckmg of cute chuck contunues
SOPHOMORE, First row, left lo right: Correr, Second: Corley, Gordon, Gronrcy, Goodrrch, Cloudy, Connell, Dexter, Dovrs, Cordgr
Coornes, Corrrgon, Combs, Chesser, Coggeshall, Ellrs, Griffin, Ezelle, Frey, Gory. Third: Do' Back row: Cormrll, Cox, Cummins, Duggins
Drckrnson, Donhreux, Cunnrnghom, Coffman. vrdson, Benn Doolrn, Dollochre, Compbell, Donlen, Clark, Clorr, Chorley, Coler.
Mr. Hicken, Driver's Education instructor,
lectures his Sophomore closs on the helps
ond hozords of driving,
SOPHOMORE, Flrsl row, lefr fo right Kosteclcy, Freeman, Fcrulter, Hager, Ellrson, Groy, Flrclr, DeJcrynes Buck row: Emery, Dyer Dovrs,
Hicks, Hines, Goddrs, Horr, Harper, Hulsrzer, Fox, V, Hunt. Third: Dcwnold, Corus, Chrles, Crrgolyrr, Grbbs, Erwrrr Goorlrn, Fl-rmoro,
Horrley, Hrlrorr, Hrll. Second: Cores, Fowler, Coyerf, Crow, Frrerrrr, Frscrrer, Creech, Doyrs, Cooclell, Fodky.
Skillful hands run through daily assignments in a Sophomore
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McDougal, Lea, Mast, McCabe, Milligan, Mathewson, Pontis, Third: Price, Thomas, Kirk, Knowles, McGehee, Ponton, Oliver, Loewen, Long, Kammarer. Back
row: T. Judge, Mauldin, Kirk, Nash, Morgan, D. Mouldin, M, Mauldin, King, Miller, B. Miller.
SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Tensfield, Weiss, Wayne, Ashley, Tompkins, Jones, Rychebosh, Taylor, D. Hodges, Welch. Second: Warner, B. Smith
P. Ramos, T. Smith, Zilinski, VanAlstyne, Russell, Thomas, Word, Warden. Back row: Slater, Wheeler, Troncole, Wilder, Willis, Thomas, Wilfy, Robinson
SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Ladd,
Miller, J. Miller, Muller, McHale, Marrs, Luczak
Livermore, Maxwell, Mooney, McGill, Second
Klingerman, Merritt, Lessing, Lane, Moore
SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Nelson,
Nicholson, Pridoy, Nagel, Preter, Opdycke,
Paros, Piette, Phillips, Pinclwinr-i, Second, Niven,
McConnell, Martin, Lewis, Lowrey, Myhan, N
Miller Third: Mead, Kuhn, Martin, Losey
Meyer, Lackey, Loghry, Miles, Lafrenage, Maag
Bock row: Long, Kraninock, Stewart, Moore
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Phillips, Kerbow, L. Mead, Third: Ladd,
Popioy, Pickette, Queipo, Page, Pick, Parr,
SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Rich,
J Sloblev,SturYtbf1agtw, Paplee, Peagan,Sel-
ficige Self Shale, Skinner, POW Second:
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Rlclwords, Srmmonds, Swckles, Rumbougl1,Sieck, Rlce, Norton, Pr ce, Peterson, Penick, Third Solomon Molyszko Sterlung Copp Wolters
Scott, Reed, Sfempfley, Rondel, Second: Penn, Pl'y,SGr1Cl6rS, l?omero,S1rmger, Rhodes Regeck Whenphr Hurt Urrbe
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SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Tote,
Underwood, Wollrs, Taylor, Woll, Wilbur, Wal
son, Terfke, Tucker, Zito. Second: H, Wllson
Wllllcms, Teellos, Zvndler, Thomos, Turley
Togge, Watts, Yedud, S. Wilson. Third: Erwnn
Sheors, Sklnner, J. Rlley, J, Ruley, Slmkord
SOPHOMORE, First row, left to right: Marston, Honno, McMullen, Howk, Holt, Justlce, lllnon Hqllgwonh HU,-ner Johnson B Jones sock
McPherson, Helegenrnor, Lnle, Jorett, Hunsucker, Horrlng, Howard, Mead. Third: Loswell row Kglly M.llef Lomegd Kllewer McCfgCken
Jocksor-, Johnson, Jenks, Joy Second: Holl, Monsfrelci, Hughes, John, Hancock, Knowles Kfehblel M0595 Mgyyewson
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driver educaiion student before he leaves
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SOPHOMORE BOARD OF CONTROL, First row,
left lo righl: EA Howard, P. Calvert, C. Lessing
S. Potrhoff, M. I-ckerrnor. Bock row: S. Ancier
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Bobby Cole, o sophomore studeni,
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FRESHMAN OFFICERS, Standing, left to right:
Joan Gutierrez, Doug Sutton, Suzy Weir, Sitting,
left to right: Barbara Ballard and Vicky Clement,
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Early in September, the Freshmen started their first year by the students were Doug Sutton as President, Suzy
at A.V., one they will long remember. The first big Weir, Vice-President, Joan Gutierrez, Secretary, Vickey
event of the year was the Freshman Welcome, when the Clement, Treasurer, and Barbara Ballard as Reporter.
boys met on Mays' Field and the girls met in the Audi- The Freshmen sponsored the dance after the basketball
torium. The main idea was to get the students ac- game on January 27, but the last really big event ot the
quainted with each other and it was a big success. year was the Freshman Dance for Freshmen and their
The Freshman Class was sponsored by Mrs. Baldwin, dates.
Mrs. Ballentine, and Mr. Wrathall. The officers elected
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: A. Anderson, B. Azbill, P. Allen, C. Baughman, B. Cassandra, C. Berthelot, M. Bell, A, Budd, C. Bechner, B, Burdick,
Second: S Appleton, S. Aclfelson, J, Bondreau, P. Belvill, S. Blecha, L. Atwater, N- BOPGV. L- Bflkef, K- Allen, D- Akin- Thiff-'12 R- BYYGN, T. Boswell, A- AYVJYEWS,
D, B ebe, J, Anderggny M, Bgrden- Bock row: R. Brown, W. Anderson, C. Berthelot, L, Austin, R. Ballew, R. Adams,
C. Brzggett, J. Bosanet., F. Burford, R, Agar, e
C. Ames, D. Arrowsmith, A. Arthur, D. Alderman, J, Alesander.
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FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Brothers,
Aspey, Brororn, Benson, Brown, Bollord,
Beorer, Boovran, Bloernenoool, Bevrermonn.
Second: Buckner, Boos, Brrnell, Bonner, Broley, Boker, Bennett, Buck, Belvlll, Bock row: Berg,
Bowers, Bu'e, Brofles, Bird, Bognowslml. Third: Bunoer, Buss, Boehm, Bobsnow, Burns, Bloorn,
Bervor, Bfers, Burns, Bunnell, Brlgonte, Brown, Barker, Burlfs,
B Julia ipzorrziia
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Cooper,
frowiom 'iOCT'V'S fle'nen', Cfnrnron, Cnble
"1rfww1y,'fm'wel' 'fill rs, ffIWllJl'3Ell Second:
HIESHMEN, First row, left to right: Us-lrqlnr,
Delevevv, De.l::ynes, Deireesr, Dey, Drlfcy,
Fav-d, Dailey, Dernvrs, Dennis Second: Dnms,
Dorling, Dickinson, Dnrr, Dernoruelle, Don'
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Cocrrfmne, B Cox, J, Cox, G Cox. Third: Colby
flll'Cn Kola Borlrngrxme, Bemis, Crurvpfon,
lweox, Drinlovl, Denton, Dzlfey, Cline Third
Cfose, Colle, Corggesrltzll, Crlwterton Con
non, Colverf, Cowngvon, Colfer, Cur'ln, De
Mornus. Back Row: Cundlfl, Carver, Cossey
Crone, Crofton, Back row: Brown, Aclcer
Belfgofmrrl, Broclc, Bennett, Boll, Collins, Con
Cossey, Combs, Cole, Crawford, Covert, Corbo
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Second:F1el Fyfnfl Ffivvnrlls, Ffwll-ner, F ver,
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ner B Gardner Gwrerrez, Frrend, Grant,
Grlmore, G lberf, Good, Gooo Ezelle Second:
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Hfirrey,
A Hnes, M, Hines, l'-lrgle, l-lreber', Hfxrr-'eq
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Second: Helen, H mrr 5 Hfmgen H1 r Hum"-
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Third: Lzxyrs, Dei Berne Seiixrro, Dcnlorci,
Dwnrv-ls, Downs, Esuello, Frgel' wrfir, Frirnlworn.
Back vow: Cole, Crow, Dorowm, Clmnrnglrrim,
Gray, Flulwerry, Fleming, Greenlee, Ford, Flir-
lon, Grseborr, Gerber, Frslier, Fincher, Third
Grcy, Guerra, Gollron, Grroud, Gorcro, Flick,
Gulbrcmrson, Horvell, Guwell, Guy, Gowen
Third: Hoffrnwn Howell, Hoppes, Humphreys
'lzgogr' H:lle.rvg"r HL 1'-'rwn Henderson,
Huw,-, Hirr.s. Bock row: Junwes, Hrzgen,
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Grreco, Fix, Fowler, Pulp Bark row: GW n
Fryer, Ellrolr, Grimes, Godde, Gorcro, Grpson
Groy, Gutzwrller, Granger,
Howell, Harvey, Hnrr Hale, Hcfxgson Han
f-r unusually b.1sy Fresrrnan :lass listens to Mr. Wrathall tell them about the day's assignment in Social Studies.
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First row, left Io right: B. Hunter, Gufford,
Jnsen, F. Jenkins, J. Jenne, L. Jayne, A. Jacobson,
A. Huddleston, V. Huckabee, L, Hubkey, E. Howard, B. Holland, B. Howard, D. Hosler, C, Holbert. Second:
S, Ingles, D, Irving, H. Jackson, D. Hunter, I. Hunter. Third: J. Huckaby, D. Humphreys, B. Harris, J. Hare,
Hunt, . Hart, D. ohnson, M. Henderson, W. Harris, B. Hardin. Back row: B. Humes, T. Hee, D. Heffron, J. Irving, S. Ihlanfeldt, V. Humble, R. Jakabosky, D.
r, K. Jarrett, T. Haskins.
Talking over the happenings of an eventful day, these freshmen all seem to like life at A.V.
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Ergrossed in wer clcsswoii, TFSSG F'6S""f'9VW
disprove 'Fe flweory lla? Engllsn is boring.
FRESHMEN, First row, Iefl to right: S. Jordon, B, Junus, J. Jones, L Katz, A. Keorlwley, C. Jones, K. Johnston, l. Klein, C. Kimbrough, L. Jolmnnesmeyer, Second:
A Levinson B Kuylendnll M Klosfer, G Kyle, D, Krcber, B. Kcill "S, D. Lulord, Klingermon, J. Lawson, G, Kyle. Third: K. Lowson,J Kliewer, E. Kenison, J. Lcrnb,
K Kleppe, J Jonnvon, O. Kaiser, S. Jones, A. Lewis, J. Lewis, Bock row: J. Klernonn, R. Kelly, W. Klme, R. Krober, S. Jones, D. Jones, F. Johnson, D. Johnson,
P Jorrecr, L Kdder,
FRESHMEN, First row, left Oo right: D Mf1cf7ibbon, L Moll ref, K li":'c's, S Lu'Z, S Lopcssn C. Lnnny, S. Logon L. Mfvlflox, C, Livussi, J Lonmloy. Sezond: J, N ller,
I '."f"." . '.',viL-r M MqGow'in,J Aflcfirxogle-,,J Mgfo "'h Q- EMM-Us, C M:5l,fJl,Mv1sl-,D Moodl n Third T Lucfis E Lcll S Luffy mv L Lowell,
T1 . '3 rw ,111 ,'.'. ,'.mvrL:x, D, Lcifferry, P. Lefs F f.'-::sL-, Buck row: D. Koyle, R Kovvnlski, A Hooper, P. Lines, D. Nllnqim, K Lewis, J Lopez, E3 Lojlzri, S.
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FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: J. Morris, P. McGuier, M. Menard, C, Mahan, M. Mullrgen, C. Morsefreld, C. Morre, B. Modrell, M. McCleary, P. Morton
Secnod: T. Lrie, J. Nunn, M, Niven, S. Nrcklos, D. McNeeDels, C. Nagel, T. Noetzol, P. Mangan, S. Mingus, S. Moor. Third: R. Mauch, D. McKinley, A. Mitchell, K
Mathews, Cv. McBride, F. Miller, A, Lamb, R. McCormick, E. McLane. Back row: J. McGechre, D. Maxwell, J. Miller, T. Moore, K, Metcalf, D. Massey, F, Mallock
G. MfConneII, H. Melrzer, R. Melton.
Eager Freshmen are being served refreshments at the annual Freshman Tea.
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: P. Perrotta, J. Paradiso, D. Peck, R. Pfenning, R. Prevedello, V. Orlando, C. O'Connor, D. Ortega, B. Payne, M, Puterbaugh.
Second: L. Messenger, C. Markov, J, Moody, F. Pohl, A. Pickett, L. Pridgen, G. Parker, L, Peiec, J. Paesono, J. Purcell. Third: C. McDaniel, K. Moore, K. Marsh,
W. Oliver, J. Nicol, R. Needham, F. Nayarrere, E. Naranlo, R. Navarret, A. Normandy. Back row: B. McMullen, T. Newbon, R. Neal, B. Navarrer, B, O'Brien, D,
McCaleb, C. Martin, C. Owens, G. Meeks, J. Mahaffey.
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Rogers,
Russo, Ross, Reyes, Roberts, Radavuch, Reiter,
Pers nger, Rolfe, Reynolds. Second: Reaa,
Ploods, Reed, Rupp, Rowlrngs, Robertson,
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Back row: Polos, Ptlrncmnts O Brien, Plamowski,
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FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Salestrom,
Schraever, Sharp, Sager, Smith, Schedler,
rvers, M, Schwetch, J. Solusbury. Second:
Sawyer, Sears, Shelton, Sparks, Summers,
Short, Stacy, Stratton, Shaw, Sweet. Third:
Ramsey, Reseck, Sharp, Rosh, Rake, Richie,
FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: Schwo
bacher, Sanooz, Thomsen, Thomas, Tyree,
Teters, Unger, Wtlson, Carmon, Schubert.
Second: Wrighfsnnan, Wenple, Vtlrtgiwtsrnan
Nelch, Wiiley, Wtslnen, Wtltrey, Ward, Wade,
Nev, Third: Shannon, Srroky, D, Smith, W.
Srr'h, Stewart, Srnelser, Sawyer, Schcster,
Razrrnan. Back row: Stetnert, Sylvtes, Spott,
nrod, Reeves, Preter, Perrctto, Patterson,
Piotr, Rumpf, Persinger, Scott, Bock row:
Sharp, Stiers, Sauerwine, Sorenana, See, B.
Robinson, Roof, Sontino, Siots, L. Robinson.
Strnpson, Specht, Spoldrg Stoat, Storm
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FRESHMEN, First row, left to right: D, Wil-
liomson, J. Wholover, N. Waters, A. Williams,
P, White, C, Wing, B. Vollone, G. Zuter, S.
Young, O. Wilson. Second: J. Webb, H, Woy-
mon, B, Wall, P. Wilson, L. Wilson, L. Wendell,
C. Willioms, D, Woifer, L. Wilson, M, Wilson.
Third: F, Williams, R, Terry, G. Williams, J.
Wolfe, B. Westmoreland, R. Young, K. Terry,
J. T. Smith, J. Smith, R. Swenson. Back row:
J. Toylor, D. Sutton, B. Vosbur, J. Walker,
R, Wood, J. Wilson, R. Wilson, R. Waskokie,
J. Willey, R, Young.
Freshmen boys eoring their cafeteria style
This was truly a great year for the Freshmen with
all their activities. One of the main events was
the Freshman Vodville Club, which was used to
further the Freshman talent here at A.V. It was
the only club organized during the year entirely
for the Freshmen.
The Freshman Board of Control along with the
class officers did a wonderful iob of organizing
the class' activities and events.
The Freshmen sponsored some of the dances
after the football and basketball games. The
biggest Freshman sponsored activity was the
dance after the game on January 27. Many
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couples danced into a magic spell cast by the
strains of music by Gene Leis' Moonlighters.
Many Freshmen couples enioyed the new found
thrill of attending some of the big dances for
the first time here at A.V. These dances contrib-
uted greatly in paving the way for The Freshmen
of now and of future classes.
The Freshman party and the Freshman Tea were
also some of the wonderful events enioyed dur-
ing the year. All of these and many other ac-
tivities helped the Freshmen have a truly won-
derful year that will never be forgotten in the
years to come.
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The Ci ristmas Boll had a big turnout, among the
people ermoying it are Nancy Boker and Richard
Ann Anderson and Susie Wehr ioin together for
a hamburger and coke at lunch time in a local cafe
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Fnrst ond second semester presidents, Jon Whited
ond Boss Anderson get together on compos to dus-
cuss student offcirs.
Thus year s Board of Control under the able sponsorshlp
of Mr Norton Nnchols accomplnshed much for the good
Jon Whnted furst semester presndent and Boss Anderson
who took over un the spnng led the hard workung group
very capably an solvlng the many problems whtch arose
When clubs and organrzatnons submutted Ideas for stu
dent actnvutres nt was theur 'ob to consnder and approve
the rdeas for use In our actnvutnes program
Among theur many other functlons the board represented
AV ln the Santa Barbara Ventura Inter School Councnl
meetnngs at the regular sesslons held at various schools
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Board of Control Advisor
Mr Norton Nichols
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STUDENT SENATE, First row, left to right: D, Kelthly, S. Howard, F. Pigg,
C. Sckwariv, L, Trot", J. Tornrcich, S, Pepper, S. Roy, D. Venturlnl
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o Goaae, J. Pellrzzer, B. Ferguson J. Dowd, C. Stone, G Jolly, J. Brrd,
K. Dckson, S Wynn. Second: B, Wtlder, G. Abrrgo, C, Calvert, G.
Ptlrnanis, D. Cook, J. Weaver, J Hendrrx, S. Hewrtt, D. Demers, J.
Wcter' K, Dora. A. Wlscn, D, Sokagocht, N. Mclntyre, K. Lessing, A.
Da"'z A WSWS. Third: R. Hard, G. Gooosort, A. Wkrte, S, Demers,
J. DoRrau, D. Marray, R. Worden, D. Srmu, A. Whrte, G, McElroy, P.
Rcrfos, S, Anderson, R. Mead, J, Boker, D. Sutton, F, Welch, R. Lewan.
Fourth: F. Fm, H, Casey, C, Ayres, A. Donn, R. Puckett, D. Swob, T.
Na arraf, T. Hanson, W. Anderson B. Anderson, D. Slater, J. Wallace.
MERIT BOARD, Right, top: Marseno Brown, Dawn
Cook, Elaine Rrtter, Barbara Jones, Coryl Godde,
Jane Kelder, Martlyn Frey, and Gladys Jolly.
Below, Leadership Class in action, left to right: Susre
Derners Al Dorr, Start Anderson, Pete Ramos, Caryl
Goode. Ronnte Puckett.
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Representatives from every second period class made up
the Student Senate, which was responsible for cam-
paigns such as cleaning up the campus. The adminis-
tration referred the problems of the school to the Senate
who tried to iron them out with the help of the Student
Body. Al Dunn presided over these meetings.
The Leadership class was newly formed this year to give
the Student Body Officers more time to perform their
duties and a chance to learn parliamentary procedure.
The class also enabled the Board of Control meetings
to be held without having to have students excused
from class, Miss Ericson was their advisor.
Student Court was headed by chief iustice Frank Piani
first semester and chief iustice Diane Weir, second se-
The merit board kept track of the merits of all the stu-
dents in the school. Dawn Cook was merit board presi-
dent first semester and Caryl Godde took over for the
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STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS, left to right: Anne Welch, Al Dunn,
STUDENT COURT, First row, left to right: W .Serfoss, S,
Cochrane, C. Sayre, R. Smith. Second: A. Dahlitz, C. Rohlk,
J. Kelly, K. Frey, D. Weir, M. Gwin.
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The maun acTuvuTues of The year were planned by The Socual
Commufrees They planned The Alumnu Dance whuch was
only one of The acTuvuTues They seT up for us much Tun fulled
Tume was The resulT of Theur work
Many of our sumple dauly enuoymenTs came from The Gurls
and Boys League They sponsored such acTuvuTues as The
Luggage Days There was The Boys Luggage Day for The
boys To buy TuckeTs and have The gurl of Theur chouce carry
Theur books some boys really puled on The books On Gurls
Luggage Day The gurls had Theur chance To geT even Revenge
The Leagues also wenT all ouT for Mum Day Thus works on
The some udea as Luggage Day There us Mum Day for The
gurls and Then for The boys If uT us Boys Mum Day and The
boy Talks To a gurl he has To guve her a Tuckef The gurl wuTh
The most Tuckefs aT The end of The day wuns lfs hularuous
once uT geTs under way Yo yo day came un The sprung and
befuddled us wuTh a puece of wood on a sumple strung
The Assembly CommuTTee planned and scheduled our as
semblues The AVuTes of The year were guven The enuoymenT
of affendung These assemblues Maybe one of The favorutes
of The year was The Mussussuppuans
SOCIAL COMMITTEE Top row lefi To rughf D
B ustoll J Dwyer D Venturun D Carter G Carter
A Welch J Bloom B Cooper Bock row S An
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GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET, Top row, left to right: F
Losey, D. Venturini, E. Howard, President D. Saka
gachn, J, Dwyer, A, Barton. Bottom row: C, Ayres,
A. Whrte, K. Frey, S. Ray, A. Dahlitz, P. Bielenberg,
BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET, left to right: G. Pulmanis
J, Ward, Presrdent D. Dennung, E Pyron, R. Hardy
ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE, Top row,
left to right: M. Warner, G. Queipo,
Assembly Manager S. Anderson, D.
Slater, R. Mead, S, Howard. Bottom
row: J, Sanders, D. Sutton, R, Alan-
za, B. Anderson, D. Blackburn, F.
cmc! gnafzam :Staff
The Sandpaper, well known to every A.V. student, was
distributed periodically throughout the year, with Joy
'Weaver doing a great job as Editor-in-chief and ably
assisted by Douglas Hairgrove, Assistant Editor, Aileen
Benson, Honorary Assistant Editor, Penny Wehr, Feature
Editor, Loyce Dahl and Bill Wilder, Sports Editors, and
A --.. Pat Mater and Bill Wilder, Staff Photographers.
' ' Loads of hard work tell to the lot of all members ofthe
Staff as they were seen working many nights after all
- .A other students had long gone. The paper was livened
by up Joy Weaver's spirited editorials and some feature
9. aff? This year as in many previous years, the paper was
P" '-r- 1 ?,3,,3qj:3-'T1Qi.13x printed locally by Africa's Printers.
,- Ot course no school paper could do without a good
5 advisor, and Mr. Joe Milrod was lust the man to till
r this trying iob, as is evidenced by the fine work which
went into the making up of the Sandpaper under his
Above Ieh: Mr. Milrod, Sandpaper advisor, sets up
't e schedule tor today.
Above: Serving as editors are Bill Wanomaker, 'g0,. I
Loyce Daiil, Bob Jackson, Joy Weaver, Penny Wehr,
Right: SANDPAPER STAFF, sitting: Sue Ray, Judy
Turner Chuck Koertge. Standing: Dougleas Hair-
giove, Aileen Benson, Diane Arthur.
SANDPAPER STAFF, siiting: Nancy Miller, Darlene
McFarland, and Bonnie Selvidge. Standing: Vir-
ginia Wilbur, Barbara Hagamier, Marie Holt, Char-
lene Baker, Linda Sanford.
Douglas Hanrgrove, Assistant Editor
Joy Weaver, Sandpaper Editor
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YUCCA STAFF, First row, left to right: G. Jolly, D.
Weir, J. Evers, A, Hilgendorf, C. Rohlk, K. Liver-
more, A. Scott, J. Blouch, J, Dubin. Second: R.
Stollenwerk, C. Marriott, L, Truift, T. Stevens. Back
row: B. Jones, J. Reutter, J. Bishop.
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Yucca staffers toiled away all year tryung to meet their
deadlnnes on time Thelr work was directed by Yucca ad
vrsor Mr Ralph Nybakken and edltor In chief Deanna
Working Saturday and after school the staff members were
one happy family
The Staff attended varnous Yearbook Workshops and Press
Conferences durnng the year where they learned the proper
procedure of puttung out a Yearbook
Though the staff had many of the natural trlals and trlbu
Iatnons that come with producing a yearbook they are proud
to present the 56 Yucca
The photography was done by Frank Stubbungs Harold
Hummel Claude Wrlluams and staff photographers The
Yearbook House IH Monrovia was responsible for publishing
Mr Ralph Nybakken
RADIO PRODUCTION, First row, left to right: P.
Norris, G. Kennedy, S. Edmondson, K. Reed, D.
Krehbiel. Standing: L. Ropley, L, Wehr, D. Olderich,
K, McMiIlin, A. Smithurst, M, Johnson, L. Buck.
QUILL AND SCROLL, Sitting, left to right: D. Coddington, B. Wilder,
C. Keortge. Standing: J. Dubin, M, Price, N, Lamb, C. Livermore, D.
Arthur, P. Morer, D. Hairgrove.
Quill and Scroll is the society for high school journalists.
Students are recommended for membership for outstand-
ing literary achievements throughout the year. lt is a
great honor to be selected for membership in this or-
ganization. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Milrod, the
group worked on literary proiects directed by Deanna
Coddington and her able officers.
Under the direction of Mr. Stevens, the members of the
radio production class put on ci variety of weekly pro-
grams throughout the year. Radio production taught the
students a great deal about radio stations, correct use ot
the microphone, and many other things pertaining to
To gain Honor Society membership you have to earn ten
points, these points were awarded for good grades and
certain activities. All members receive a special pass
which entitles them to the privilege of unsupervised
study. Some of the activities sponsored by Miss Dart
were a Snow Party at Big Pines and a banquet.
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HONOR SOCIETY, Top, Furs! row Ieff to rrgh! Boxwell Shan
rnpson Crow Srnrtf, Downs, I rs, Hubke e
Peea, Cassrng, arn, Marston Boeael Menard Perro"a, Bruley
Dovra. Second: Dobrn, Wehr, Chesser, Scnreyer Sager trot
Good, Baker, Dwyer, Wltolaver, Azbell
D krnson, Alder
vor, Lewrs, Mead
L wson Mtlbourne, Ballard, Morel IC
s Marer Funk Handell
Denny, o ,
man, Hughes, Bryant. Third: Lewr , ,
Van Alstyne, Kloster, Ballara, I-losler, Brown, Bshop,ScI1wake
' C , Baker, Brewfon, Dtpre, o
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Jrnks Morton, Cole, Fryer, Tay or
t Leonard Ha es
I-Q errnan, P. , ,
Pa ee, Dronens Fourth: N aran, Har, ,
Strvers, Mallet, Wtlson, Schwandt, Draper, Akroyd, Ayers
N xon, Sfhrteyer, Wtlson, Fulkerson, Wlmted, Ptnde Back row
Nagnran, Engern 'nn Dennnng, Prckas, Barth, Patlrfl, Howard
Flax ng on, Downs, Cochran Anderson Turner, Stevens
Ressell, Moore W nebrenner
HONOR SOCIETY Below Furs! row left lo ugh!
Ideal NeeDeIs Trurtt Sollenwerk Wetr Godde
Daklnz Arnold Cocrran Jensen Seger SLfOP5lII'e
M911 Dug: HII Mrs Pollock Mass Dart Locknart
Rroton Aroerson Hasler Thurd Shannon Plmanrs
Kme Chaney Lewrs Whlte Akroyd Engernonn Br:
d er Wnlson Morel Lumley
Greenlee Gar n
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Schwetclt Barton Ferguson Pe nz
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gucnr Dnsmore Kraber Smrth Molfler e
son Wlmte Branberg Warren Bock row Sakaguc
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cu' of 'own appearahces
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All enioyed the field trips this past fun-loving year. Re-
member the riots on the buses? Remember the bus drivers
as theyd turn all colors in an effort to quiet us down?
Yes, old buses were made of new ones
The times the buses really rocked and rolled were on
the way home from Varsity football games. Everyone
was excited with that old school spirit as our team
l-low much did the Future Teachers Association work at
UCLA on their field trip? Did they work at all?
On the field trip of the agricultural classes, how much
land did they leave undemolished? Theres nothing to
worry about though, the demolished land can probably
still grow things. Possibly the stronger weeds can
At the UCLA Band Day, the band had a rip-roaring time.
They also lived it up in Long Beach at the All'Western
Band Review. The songs wern't sad -- they cried over
Arts and Crafts went on an educational field trip to the
Indian Museum. Later they broke loose and scaled the
lf you went on any of these trips you found out how
much fun oridnary things could be.
Qemernber 'ha' game? That was one of the times
you took a spectator bus and didn t get home until
Top nght Journolnsrn Duy as engoyed by the Yucco
Below rlght Through on unvrtotuon to cz GAA Play
Dcy these gurls had o thoroughly enloycble tame
been the one Mr de Cruz s class took to Fort Teton
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Below: I wonder which trap this was? Could it have
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CADET CORPS, Top, First row, left to right:
K. Tompluns, K. McGokan, H. Welt, Second
son, L. Burgin, J. Hoapes, D. Lancaster, Third
M. Moss, L. Dtetz, F. Adams, L. Corum, P. Wil
J. Tommy, J. Turner, R. Hallswortlw, L. Fulp
L. Radtke, B. Haopes, R, Levis, R. Fredlund, J
Falcone, L. Clifton, R. Navorrete, J. Irving, E
Jackson, W. Harris, Buck row: A. Mansfield,
D. Genlert, L, Norton, D, Brown, D. Perdew, F,
Novarrete, R. Roberts.
CADET OFFICERS, First row: John Jcnlfson and Bob
Spencer, Second: Robert Forbes, Howard Welt, Ken
McGowan, Ken Tornpl ns. Back row: Gary Arno,
Btll Wa'scn Don Fallenbuclfel.
CADET CORPS, Below, First row, left to right:
R. Hunk, R, Forbes, R, Chamberlain. Second:
J. Huckaby, A, Mitchell, D. Goodwin, V, Mc-
Pherson, G. Gibbs, R. Agor, E. Sylvester, D,
Oster, C, Engelhardt, T. Riscltar. Third: S. Smith
J, Newton, D. Rudman, R. Brown, F. Massey,
C. Russell, M. Sontuno. Buck row: G. Dame,
B, Green, O. Katser, M, Spot, G. Dallachir,
J. Cole, L. Russell, . Wayne, L, Little,
offs sad in 4372015 cuz :Rane
One of the great service clubs here this last year was the
well-known California Cadet Corps, which has been organ-
ized at AV for six years.
Mr. Thomas, the sponsor of the Cadet Corps, did a wonder-
ful job directing the boys throughout the year. This was
naturally a big iob, but he did very well with the able as-
sistance of the Cadet officers, Lt. Col. John Jackson, Capt.
Bill Watson, Capt. Robert Spencer, lst Lt. Garry Amo, and
2nd Lt. Jack Anthony.
The Cadets were guides for the many confused parents on
campus on the night of open house. They were helpful at
the football games and ably represented A.V. at the rifle
competitions throughout the state. The Cadets uniforms,-
which always looked neat and crisp, gave the boys a reason
to be proud ot be known as members of the California Cadet
The Lettermen's Club consists of AV's top athletes. The
Lettermen officers were Don Keithley, President, Dean Swab,
Vice-President, AI Dunn, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ted Han-
son, Sergeant at Arms. The club was sponsored by Coach
Bockman and was used to further athletics here at AV. At
the beginning of the year, the Lettermen had the traditional
black sweaters with the Varsity Letter on them, but later
they got their jackets which they wore with pride.
As a service club, they sponsored the grammar school bas-
ketball tournaments in March and also ran the concessions
at the football games in the fall.
The Lettermen's Club is a worthwhile organization that we
are very happy to have here at AV.
Our congratulations to the Cadet Corps and the Lettermen's
Club for their wonderful assistance in school activities and
other functions which are of service to everyone.
LETTERMEN, First row, left to right: C. Slater, E.
Pyron, K. Pugh, G. Goodson, R. Puckett, D. Sirni, J.
Provenzano, J, Whited, B. Hicks, S. Howard, F.
Thomas. Second: M. Warner, B. Jordan, D. Cable,
G. McElroy, W. Serfoss, J. Ratliff, H. Casey, B
Barth, D. Wintnger, B. Rime, C. Calvert. Third:
G. McBride, L. Estes, J. Sanders, D. Venssel, T
Naiartan, B. Daley, R. Engemann, C. Healy, D
Huntley, R. Long, M. Upshaw, R. Mead, D. Ashley
B. Smith, J. Brossel, D. Davis. Fourth: B. Tingle
S, Anderson, G. Fischer, J. Blanchard, E. Boswell
C. Chaney, T. Molacek, G. Hayes, B. Maag, B
Donlan, L. Yingling, T. Powell, B. Carter. Fifth
J. Guthrie, C. Sayre, D. Slater, C. Story, F. Morton
J. Ward, J. Miller, J. See, P. Lines, C. Reid, C
Spencer. Back row: G. Dupreau, R. George, H. Davis
R. Worden, L. Phillips, B. Wilbur, V. Wright, S
Marvin, D. Greco, H. Strawberry.
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Dick Murray led the Lettermen in 'heir activities,
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Showing flms? This was fine job of the Prolechon tt,-
ISfS as dernonsrrofed by Chuck Brink. g"'V'-'
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Three groups un AV exusted volunteerung theur own tume
and effort to make a better school
You could fund the Knughts keepung order un the assem
blues and un the halls and helpung out un whatever serv
uce they could fund
Keepung order and servung refreshments the Usherettes
worked at socual gatherungs plays and PTA meetungs
Another group was the prouectuonusts wuthout whom we
could not have had movues record players or tape re
These three groups though small were a very umportant
factor un the backbone of AV hugh
Duscussung the problems of Usherettes are Sandra
Edmondson Suzanne Demers and Barbara Mohler
A typucal Usherette club meetung presuded over by
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rope Ann Sttvers Cloudro Dtckrnson Peorl
Brew cn Pot Wrlbur Joetto Slmbley Potrlck er
smger ond Mrs Lorbeer members of the Pen Pos
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no John Sharon Scltodler
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Clubs thus year helped more an
broademng of our apprecIatIon of the cultures of other
b sented to us a frIendlIer VIEW
The SponIsh clu pre
towards our SpanIsh Amerucan frnends We learned to
t lc an Interest Inthem whIch promoted better assocIa
tnons later CredIt for thIs well done Iob goes to Mr
Daley and Mr AvIk
The lnternatIonal Relatuons club sponsored by Mr a ey
bl ms of
VIEWS and knowledge on the pro e
the world and theIr effects on us
Pen Pals make frIends of those lIvIng In other countrIes
whose problems were dnscussed Mrs Lorbeer helped
an Interest In theIr problems
us to share and take
ShowIng Interest IH Spamsh customs are Mr Jose
AvIke and Mr James Daley Spamsh cu sp
along Wllh Ann Welch and Ted Hanson
ErIIoyIng a mural drawn by John Hoare are Carol
Bowen Alleen Benson Sharon MII ourne
Gullett and Bob Sallceld
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A wild array of costumes, a mixture of
hats, shoes, skirts and other clothing
marked some ot the club initiations on
campus. Their wild antics on the front
lawn during noon hours Caused quite a
comotion. The initiates were forced by
club members to sing nursery songs, play
games, polish shoes, and crawl up stairs
and down halls. However, after it was
all over they telt very happy to be mem-
bers and belong to the group.
rigorous day of laughter.
These pirafical Usherettes are resting after G
Top right: Having fun? A few of the Big A ini-
'a'es aisplay their talent, Right: Whether they're
bowing down or polishing shoes these FFA initiates
are at the mercy of superior members.
ana! gzaafa Unfazaif
Conscientiously cleaning the sidewalk with their
toothbrushes the Honor Society initiates find it a
long, rard scrub.
imitating a typical farm gab session the Farmer-
e'tes are enioytng their day of initiation.
Walk 'ke plank me hearties' was a common
ptarase heard on tne day of Uslnerette initiation.
Life lead in
aifiion unc! HOME
"Beacon's Toward Success" started the Future Home-
makers of Americas State Convention off with a bang
on October 28 through October 30.
The affair, held annually at the Asilomar Hotel and con-
ference grounds, on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula
in Northern California, was attended by three delegates
and one advisor from the Antelope Valley Chapter.
One of the hard-working Farmerettes, Vicki
Clements, proudly displays her proiect.
Tackling those Home Ec projects are Nancy Boker,
Lorraine Demarse, and Ethel Kephart,
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FHA OFFICERS, Sitiing, Left to right: M. Krober, S,
Hull, P. Potter, C. Broyles, L. Smelser, H. WIISOH-
Sfanding: M. Carpenter, M. Johnson, B. Hoyes, C.
OSuIlivon, E. Tensfreld, T. Beaver, C. Akroyd,
Dufng 're FHA Vnsvolio on Bull Tensfelo pres der'
of FFA, preserved We rrodmonol govel vo hrs srs er
Evelyn, srgmfyrng her presrdemnol posmon
FHA ers, SP- rley Hrll Dovre Love Angelo Tononon
Morgue Johnson and Melrsso Krcber presented o
jnfszeaf ana! Uafanf
One of the various things learned by the Farmer-
ettes was tree-pruning, Here it is being demon-
strated by Mr. John Gary.
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Under the guidance of Mr. John Gary the Farmerettes
were active this year in their proiects and activities. They
wore light blue sweaters which could be identified any-
where on campus.
Another organization, probably one of the largest at
school, was the Future Farmers of America. They carried
projects and learned many things to help them with their
work at home on the farm. Their traditonal assembly
was held in February, this annual affair was composed
of participants from all the FFA classes and was de-
clared a riot by the student body.
FARMERETTE OFFICERS, Seated: B. Coggeshall and
B. Payne. Standing: J, Willey, A. Ramos, C. Ward,
J. Holmes, V. Clemet, J. Wanserke, B. Hock.
FFA OFFICERS, lefi Oo right: G. Moss, D. Pervgilly,
J, Beebe, B, Tensfeld, F. Ogle, L. Clemets,
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Practicing before a hay-loading comes? are some of
the Future Farmers.
A scene from the annual FFA assembly.
FADS AND FASHIONS
Modelnng the old standby of sweater and skurt as
Kay Duckson Accenteng her outfnt rs matchmg bag
and shoes and a stnped dnckue
Casual wear on Campus Carbon Marmot Duane
Wenr and Chuck Schmudt are seen on campus wnh
vheur peggers loud cotton sharts ana boat neck
:Sify 5 iz wuz
Our campus was exceptionally colorful thus year wasnt
nt? Reds greens and greys dommated wnth varuous hues
of pastels followmg rn the Sprung The boys galned rec
ognutuon In thenr new style shurts the latest concentratung
mostly on new neck lines The most unnque were the
mandarin shurts There were many colorful and abstract
desugns carrylng a Chinese theme Another neck style
was the Italaan shurt These came un bold stripes and
solud colors Peggers were stnll un style thus Year but
even more radncal olors were worn such as turquoise
yellow and chartreuse Whlte peggers made a long splash
wnth the guys thus year being so versatule they could
be worn wnth any color shurt
The guys and gals were In agreement wuth sweaters
They wore many beautrful colors and the steadles wore
them to match The matching outfits were called twln
outflts and to top It off the boys class rung was very
The boys didnt have all the styles though The gurls
not to be outdone bloomed In the ever popular flannel
pencnl skurts A very cute and pert style was full sklrts
wnth multn colored sllps the more the better Sweaters
and skarts IH matchung colors became very popular Col
lars ducknes and colored scarves added the proper touch
to the sweaters wnth flowers taklng over In the early
For casual wear capru pants and whrte bucks were the
trend Many new colors ln suede shoes made an excntung
addutlon to campus color combunes The trend was
toward casual but attractlve dress and all In all ut was
a very successful colorful and style conscious year
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boys, And, no exception is Jess Baker,
Displaying a pretty smile and cute
pantaloons is Kathy Holcombe.
Kathy is also wearing a provincial
print skirt and suspenders, a man
tailored shirt and bow tie. All come
bined, it makes a very effective
Kirk Oswell, Mary Leech, Dean
Swab, Arlene Hilgendorf, and
George Mead, a group with differ-
ent styles, are caught on campus.
Georges mandarin collar is the lat-
est thing and Kirk shows off his
Italian style shirt,
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A CAPPELLA, Below, First row, left io righl: G Kennedy, A. Howell, S. Hrlton, T. Barker, D. Crondoll.
D. Thompson, T. Dunn, C Hensley, J. Zoclf. Second: A, Gallegos, D. Marston, J. Russell, L. Avrlo,
J. Drlder, S. Porxvon, J Slworr, R. Wrllrs, R Mrller, N Haley, M. McCulloch. Third: L. Pcvchen, S. Sr.
Prerre, D. Coddrrrgfon, J, Weyover P, Conn nglworn, D. Gcslrne, P. Tedesco, J. Myers, S. Cochran, B.
Joy, T. Tforrrrmll, M Joy, B. Buedel, J. Q rom Buck row: V. Skzlforc J. Loflmlrort, S. Smrflw, P. Power
C. Bonner, P. Prerer, J. Nelson, B. Mules, M Funk, G Pebley, C. Jordon, P. Rrclw, D. Beale, C. Arnold.
BOYS' GLEE, First row, left to right: K. Kaastad, A. Andrews,
J. Short, T. Fowler, F. Huntley, R. Willis, J, Wilder, D.
Crandall. Second: H. Bumgardner, R. Claudy, R. Tedesco,
S. Ponton, M. Funk, R. Salkeld, D. Rolland, R. Crandall. Third:
A. Shelden, W. Rime, D. Gosline, B. Miles, C. Treat, P. Preter,
S. Cochran, B. Jay. Bock Row: L. Avila, L. Austin, J. Myers,
C. Jordan, G. Pebley, T. Thornhill, J. Nelson, F. Malloch, C.
GIRLS' GLEE, First row, left to right: M. Bloemendaal, R. Preve-
dello, V. Murren, J. Wilfley, L, Mason. Second: G. Fortney,
M. Leech, P. Rich, L. Tate, S. Benton, K. Carter, P. Abercrom-
bie, M. Klaer, N. Dowling, A. Comini. Third: P, Wilson, M.
Harvey, J. Barker, J. Girard, E. Ellison, A. Howell, H. Bonner,
L. Mohan, J. Miller, R. Rice, M, MacGiblan4, B. Roberts, A.
Richards, D. Dennis. Fourth: L. Mahan, B. Buedel, B. Moudy
P. Batdorf, A. Gallagos, D. Coddington, S. Moor, T. Barrie,
B, Kasperson, M. Biazevich, A. Denton, S. Hilton. Fifth: S.
Smith, H. Burgin, C. Overlade, E. Wallis, E, lllian, M. Over
land, F. Isull, L. Leath, C. Arnold, N. Fisher. Back row:
A. Ryan, M. Well, D, Nugent, P. Wall, M. Jay, A. Hill, M
Mulligan, B. Chronister, M. McCulloch, R. Mason.
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The Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, and A Cappella Choir
under the able direction of Mrs. Hermoine Vaughn prospered
during a year of active service. The main proiect of the year
was the operetta, "Pirates of Penzance," which was a smashing
success. The lovely lyrics and music produced by the A Cappella
Choir moved audiences with close harmonies and varied tempos.
Mr. William Ballard competently led the orchestra through an-
other year which insured musical entertainment. The combination
of percussion, brass, Woodwinds and strings together produced
an enioyable and active musical group. Being an important
part of the operetta, the orchestra set the mood for the excite-
ment of the story. l
The music departments enioyed festivals and trips throughout the
year in which they participated and also heard music groups
from all over the country.
ORCHESTRA, First row, left to right: N. Harvey, A. Rodriguez, R. Debs, K. Brock, P. Tuttle, Second: L. Ballard, B. Ideal, M. Good, A, Katz, A. Hilgendorf,
T Macauley, P. Cottom, R. Willis, C. Ayers, D. Denning, J. Hosler. Third: F. Baines, S, Hilton, R. Livermore, J. Williams, L. Brunberg, D. Randel, D. Simpson
D Aubol, C. Dickenson, V. Wright, R. Bright, P. Burkey, C. Kyle, B. Ballard, E. Wright, G. Pearson.
WOODWINDS, First row, left to right: J. Sdrwcke, L, Muller,
B. Barium, R, Wrllrs, C Ayers, K Jenkrnson, C. Jordon, E.
McreN, J Hcsler, R. Erwgemsn, G. Ecrrcls, N. Chrusmczn, L.
Bi:lJ:ri1, J Dwyer, J. Kdo, S. Morvr' Second: D, Srmr, P.
Cc"cr', 5 Me'z, E, Bovrr, H Weir, D Draper, S. Ankwrrw, J.
S'c.', B, Drpre, L Srve1ser, P Tow, J. Gcdize, V. Hum Bock
row: P Smfrw, D Prrce, B Seymow, 3 S'vers, L. Lcvrrer,
L J-4 'gefiicrf J, Kms, F Snopsmre E. Spzzrrv D. Wozzswcrsrw,
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Q. Rmde, J Olrver, V. Wrrght, J. See, K, Lawson, R. Hcrrrmnn
T. S'eferws, B Dcwrfs, D. Srrvpscry J, Krczmoqif, VN Hayes
Second: D Ls", D Denrrmg, R. Er gr-', R. Hrnes, C. Sdwcndr
S Eb, J Berberck M Mczrscr' D Krfzber, S Sdioffer, P
w'Jc1'e, W h'co'e, B CrsseH, J Turner K, Prrbbg, B 3501.
P Lrrwgrsruy, P Cole, Back row: V KeHy, S Hgwqrgy ,A
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C andle P B rkey L Wh te J Wlloms E G f
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The Sensor Band which conslsts of approxnmately 95
members had an eventful year Early In September
they started off the round of events by marching In the
Farr Parade ln November came the Annual All Western
Band Revuew where the Band lourneyed to Long Beach
After that there was the Chrrstmas Parade Durrng the
fall the Band partucupated an all the home football
games and put on fascrnatung half tnmes
ln January they started practucnng for the all rmportant
Annual Sprung Concert whrch was held rn May The
musrc was wonderful and everyone enloyed It
Band members who chose to partrcnpated either as
soloists or In an ensemble group at the Music Festival
where they all dad very well
All of those and many other actnvrtles went together to
make a wonderful year and also gave each and every
Band member a reason to be proud to wear the uniform
of the Antelope Valley High School Band.
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Stepping high is the senior band as they practice
marching on the front lawn.
The newly organized dance band, sponsored by and
under the direction ot Mr. Dean Russell, displayed their
musical talents by playing for assemblies, dances, and
other social activities. Presided over by Tom Macauley,
the dance band made its first appearance of the year
in the alumni assembly playing a variety of dance hits
and accompanying vocalists.
Other outstanding performers ot the year were our ma-
iorettes and our senior band. Combining their skills with
those ot the band the maiorettes led the band in parades
at Quartz Hill, Lancaster, Long Beach, and other such
Kappa Legga Bootz, the maiorette club, sponsored the
annual Backward Boot Ball with a girl ask boy theme,
Judy Evers was the president ofthe club.
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Rini. Standing: M. MacLaurin, P, Nixon, J. Dwyer
L. Ballard, C. Akroyd, J. Evers.
DANCE BAND, First row, lef? io righf: J, Kidd, T.
Macauley, J. Flaxingron, V. Hunt. Second: K. Wine-
brenner, M. Cochran, R. Rinde. Third: B, Cissell, D,
Lundsay, P, Burkey, D, Lish, E. Thomas, M, Maison,
J, WiII'ams. Back row: G. Pearson, J, Reutter,
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as one of the sns1ers try To comprehend the sutuafron
In The opererta Pnrates of Penzance
Drama class students rehearse one of Yhe scenes
from the sprung play Curtain Gomg Up
Chrrsvnne Adams Ken McMlIlnn and Dee Potter hom
rf up durwng The sp :ng play assembly
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Every other year, Mrs. Vaughn presents an operetta. This
year it was Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Pen-
zance." It is the story of a young man who had been
apprenticed to a pirate king by his nurse maid. The en-
suing results were hilarious, and the performance was
enioyed by everyone who saw it.
Enjoying the leads in this year's Spring Play were Joni
Bird, Chris Adams, Connie Stone, Dee Potter, and Ken
McMillin. The play was "Curtain Going Up," a story of
a young drama teacher, Joni Bird, putting on her first
production in a high school. Chris Adams was a young
iournalism student, and Dee Potter was her boy friend.
The role of the sophisticated, bratty, bank president's
daughter, used to getting what she wants was played
by Connie Stone. Her suave, smooth and conceited boy
friend was Ken McMillin.
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Nixon os she reigned over The Horne-coming ocTiviTies
wiTh her princesses Deonno CoddingTon ond Judy
Before The gome, The queen ond her oTTendonTs rode
onto The Tield in o yellow converTible surrounded by
clouds of pc1sTel colored Torrnols.
AfTer CopToin Ted Honson crowned Pot queen, The roy-
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seoTs in The grondsTond where They viewed o sTiTT boTTle
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dcincing under soTT lighTs To The rnusic of Gene Leis'
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Approximately two hundred forty couples danced under
soft shadows of pink, white, red and blue. Stars and
snowflakes filled the air as they swayed to the strains
of the Hazy Williams Orchestra at the "Christmas Fan-
The long awaited moment arrived as the couples formed
an aisle for the King and Queen. Attendants Judy Wol-
loce and Boss Anderson, Ann Welch and Jon Whifed
were followed by the lovely Queen Dolly Venturini and
Captain of the football team, King Ted Hanson. They
moved through the crowd and onto the stage for the
The magic mood of the evening was carried over into
the wee hours as a night of happiness and newfound
dreams melted into memories of the past.
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decorated Jane Reynolds Park Building.
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cis Jcinet Kelly ruled in mciiestic splendor with her lovely Couples mingled hoppily throughout the night ond soft
princesses, Jonice Rhoton ond Anitd Borton. lights dimmed os the deepness of night blended into the
The Juniors produced o bedutitul setting for one of the quiet stillness of doy.
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1956 Junior-Senior Prom.
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The Coaches outdid thennselves in all respects tnis year.
Under the direction ot lloyd l-lelgeson we had very
favorable score averages.
Coach Helgeson, vvith the able ass stance ot Coach Shoe-
rnaker, gave us a channp on football tearn.
Coach Shoemaker did an excellent iob with our JV Bas-
ketball sauad and Varsity Baseball vvas nis rnost prized
Coach lslevvnwark brought the Varsity Basketball to the
calibre of true winners. He also did a great iob with the
Our track leader vvas Coach Kaiser. The spectacular iob
he did will be renfiernbered for rnany years.
Coach Miller had JV Football and B Basketball who
proved themselves worthy ot praise.
Coach Pond ably led B Baseball and Soph-Frosh Football.
Coach Peterson had his gyrn classes in line and worked
with the JC.
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Cal Calvert, back
AI Dunn, guard
Jim Fessenden center
Bob Barth, end
Harvey Casey, back
Harrison Davis, center
Under the able direction of Coach Lloyd Helgeson the Varsity squad
changed from Single-Wing to Split-T formation for a battling action'
packed '55 football season. The opener with China Lake got the
Antelopes rolling with a rousing 38-6 win, TD men were Serfoss,
Hanson, Spencer, and Walker with Dunn kicking the extra points.
Captain Ted Hanson scored two TD s in the tussel against the San Ber-
nardino Cardinals for another win of T3-6 on record. An aerial attack
from the El Rancho Dons foiled to curb the hard hitting Antelopes as
Spencer, Serfoss, and Hanson ploughed through the line in 35 running
plays for a total of 267 yards and two TD s, An interception by C. G.
Walker netted the third TD. A Sl-7 victory over Baldwin Park marked
another grid match, A driving 71 yard run by Charley Spencer gained
his second TD of the evening and TD men Hanson, Kiethley, Swab, and
Walker netted the remaining AV victories.
The Fillmore Flashes failed to upset the Antelopes as they went under
36-6 in the Ventura League opener for each team. Charley Spencer
charged down the sideline to paydirt and Ted Hanson outraced the
Flashes to make it l2-O. Steve Hendrix went over for an l8eO lead
followed by Dean Swab for the fourth TD An interception by C, G
The Hart lnaians cisarge "rough 're line stcp Dean Swab as he
breaks through tor a TD as Charley Spencer and Chuck Sayre block.
f Tao 'cas
Walker gained possession and Ted Hanson went over. Dean Swab made
a smashing 55 yard run for his second score and a triumphant ending.
Swab and Spencer led the way against Newhall gaining 42 yards in
Hanson, Swab and Spencer carried the oval for the TD's with a 28-O
victory. The homecoming thriller with the Oxnard Yellowjackets marked
the end of a sensational win streak by the Antelopes with a smashing
747 tie. A snap handoff from Piani to Spencer got things rolling as
The Santa Paula Cardinals crushed AV grid hopes as they edged the
Antelopes T3-7. Bob Barth blocked a Cardinal punt and fell on it in
the end zone for the TD. A tight battle with the Ventura Cougars
eried in 5: loss of 25-26 for tre Antelopeg Don Krrylfey went mer
for the first TD. Al Dunn recovered a punt and Captain Ted Hanson
went all the way. An end run by Spencer hit paydirt and a T9 yard
ground gain by Swab, Kiethley and Hanson brought the pigskin to the
one where Swab carried for the final TD. Thus ended a terrific season
for the Varsity ff-ntelopes, their best since 1941.
Ted Hanson, back
Gil McElroy, back
Gary Goodson, center
Steve Hendrix, back
Dick Murray, tackle
Rodger George, center
Jim Guthrie, tackle
Clifford Jordan, guard
Charles NeeDels, tackle
Don Kiethley, back
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A rurfyvearing run by Tea Hansen gains yardage
for :1 TD as Tea Uyeaa, Charlie Spencer, Cl if
Jorarzn and John Ratliff smash interference.
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The annual Varsity Football Banquet, held at the fair-
grounds, highlighted the end of an outstanding season
for the T955 Varsity football team.
Fathers and sons enjoyed a delicious dinner, a fine talk
by guest speaker Nick Pappas, assistant coach to .less
Hill at U.S.C,, and the presentation of awards.
Coach Lloyd Helgeson, master of ceremonies, awarded
letters to lettermen Frank Piani, Don Keithley, Dick Mur-
ray, Dante Simi, Chuck Sayre, Jahn Ratliff, Bill Wilbur,
Chuck Story, Cliff Jordan, Ron Worden, Rodger George,
Gary Goodson, Bob Barth, Al Dunn, Wes Serfoss, Conrad
Walker, Harrison Davis, Ronnie Puckett, Ted Hanson,
Dean Swab, Ron Avery, Charley Spencer, Jack Ramey,
The main event of the evening was the presentation of
special awards. The T955 Captain, Ted Hanson, was
awarded the Carter-Tindall trophy as the best team
player and A. V. Businessmen's award as the best back.
Al Dunn received the Wallace Ward trophy for the out-
standing blocker and A. V. Businessmen's award for
the best lineman. The Richard M. Rowell Memorial
Award was given to Charles Spencer as the outstanding
player. Dean Swab received the trophy for the most
improved player. The team captain selected for 1956
was Don Keithley.
All-Ventura trophies were presented to Al Dunn, Ronnie
Puckett, and Charley Spencer. The best bluffer award
Gil McElroy, Jurgen Broesel, Harvey Casey, Jim Guthrie, - a miniature plastic bed - was presented to Jack
Cal Calvert, and managers Keith Cable and Dick Ramey.
Charley Spencer Jack Starr Chuck Story Deon gwgb
back back end back
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Teoring sedson. They goined ossuronce ond proved
Themselves worThy moTeriol for The 56-57 Vorsity grid
Cheered ond inspired by The cheering specToTors They
rounded ouT on ocTion pocked season.
The Frosh-Soph Toofboll Teom ledrned TooTboll Tundo-
menTols ond Teom ToCTiCs The Tirsr yeor Tor mosT of Them
was Tilled vviTh ocfion. They mdsTered The skills of
TooTboll ond goT inTo condiTion Tor The 56-57 Jr. VorsiTy
ond Tor Those who worked hordesT ond longesT 0 chonce
To be on The VdrsiTy.
This vvos dn ocTion-pocked yeor Tilled with yells from
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Charlie Spercer, Ron Avery, Jim Eorly, ono Oron
Robnett walk off the field ofter cz herd gome os
excited friends ond relatives offer congrcrulottons,
excited spectotors ond spirit ond teom work from the
Encouroged by the spirited music from the bond ond
cheered on by the crowds the teorns ployed long ond
hord to produce o successful seoson.
FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL TEAM, First row, left to right: Wood, Fate,
A. Andrews, DeCornp, McBrrdel, Bobcheck, Cordar, M, Goechter, P.
Clork, J, Blvnchord, D. Ashley, D, Peogilley, H. Lodd. Second: L.
Loewen, J. Sdlmoguchu, D. Moses, T, McGoughy, D, Dovis, G, Olsen, F.
Miller, B, Humes, D. Grico, Vosburg, J. Willy, J, Sonderd, J. See, Coach
Bockmor-. Back row: P. Lyons, B. Smith, P, Cunningham, W, Rime, D.
Lindstrom, J. Wolrer, D. Sutton, P. Pulos, S, Morvin, G, Fischer, B. Tingle,
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Roddy Hines, Dick Krober, ond Jim Burberich ore
at strict ottention while Dorryl Denning is chosen
outstanding Senior boy an Bond during the trodi-
tionol clotting of the A.V.
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Captain Harvey Casey headed the Varsity Basketball
squad as they pounded through a tough 55-56 season.
A 36-50 loss to Colton opened the first pre-league game
followed by triumphant victories over Barstow 68-39 and
A bouncing 50-4O win over Fillmore and a tight 66-60
victory against Santa Paula were followed by two rugged
losses to Pacific 49-51 and Morning Side 52-54.
A rousing burst of energy put the Antelopes on top for
two smashing victories against Leuzinger 7l -60 and
Santa Ana 48-43.
Four straight losses to Torrance 47-67, Santa Paula
48-6l, Ventura 56-77, and Oxnard 38-46, curbed high
spirits, but the fighting Antelopes raged back to victory
s ng p myers close in
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Frank Piani, guard Ronnie Puckett, center D'Ch MUVVGYI Cemef Chl-ffk SPENCER 9U0Yd
oopsfeu if CTLYZLUZC!
as they stomped Barstow 66-48.
The Antelopes went under for a heavy three loss run to
Hart 48-51, Taft 44-50, and Arcadia 52-59.
The Varsity recovered with rousing victories over Fillmore
56-45 and Santa Barbara 59-53.
Waging a stiff battle with Fillmore the hard-hitting An-
telopes rose to a triumphant 48-46 win.
The season ended with a close, hard-hitting loss to Hart
High point rnan for the Antelopes was Dick Huntley with
a 281 point score tor the season and a 10.8 per game
average. Dick was voted tearn captain by his teammates
for the 56-57 season as fitting recognition for a job
Billy Hicks, forward
The crowd looks on as the Coach Nelmark is caught Excited spectators tense as
ball sails high for the by the camera while the goal is tried.
basket. mapping a play
. . . . . .Barstow 39
......San Bernardino 64
..,...Santa Paula 60
....,,Morning Side 54
..,...Santa Ana 43
. . . . . ,Torrance 67
...,..Santa Paula 61
. .. ...Ventura 77
. . . . . .Barstow 48
. . . ...Hart 51
, ,. ...Santa Barbara 53
.....,Santa Paula 52
. .. ...Ventura 49
. . . . .Oxnard 66
.. ...Fillmore 46
A jump ball is taken by Gary Pebley as Joebob
Beebe and Jim Early get set for action.
JV BASKETBALL, First row, left to right: D. Keithley,
K' L. Ylr-glirg, J. Early, G. Pebley, D. Simi, C. Story.
Second: D. Sontchi, R. Avery, G. Gooclson, T. Uyedc,
B BASKETBALL, First row, left to right: P. Clark, G.
Barker, D. Ekimoto, D. Robinson, J. Sel, B. Smith,
F. Thomas. Second: D. Vensel, D. Sutton, J. Brown,
S. Marvin, B. Donlan, T. Lile, H. Strawberry, Coach
Barker tries for the goal as Robinson, Lile, and
Donlon stand by.
B S SCOREBOARD
Son Bernardino 47
.Sonic Paulo 47
Son Bernordino 58
Santo Poulo 28
Bo ke bottles for rhe field gool.
First row, left to right: Ecol Clerk, George Berber, Der-ns Ekimoro, Don Rob nscn Jock See Bobby Srn in F ec, Tlworvos Back
row: Dc' Versel, Doug Suffer, Jrf Brown, S'eve Mow n, Poberf Donlen om L e n Co cn Hon M e
VARSITY BASEBALL Fm' row leff go nghg G row Coach Shoemaker C Story B Hicks J Early
Pebley D Klethley P La Sagnc J Koch B Reimal A DUNN J Johnson G Mead T Y'n9l""9 R
G McElroy C Cole B Smlth D Robinson Back Wofden J G'lm0fe MQ' A N0l0"0n
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Each year our new baseball diamond grows Thus year
it was bugger and better than ever AV boasted a
powerful team In 56 with plenty of the vigor and hope
that makes champions
On number one sack we found Hlx and Pebley a pair of
boys that were always on their toes On second was
Lasagna and Smith These two boys got a lot of atten
tion in this posutnon In the position of short stop were
Rnrne and Story
Three fast boys on the pitcher s mound were Dunn Cole
and Thomas The men behind the batter In catchers
positron were Worden and Johnson Not to be forgotten
way out ln left field were Knethly and Run: Mead and
Johnson in center fseld and a crowded right field with
Early Robinson Ylngllng and Avery
We had a little bad luck In our first game with a 2 O
loss to Pacific but came back from Barstow with a T2 3
The season whlch ended up with a bug bang gave us
reason to be proud of our team
Safe! Billy Hicks stretches for the ball as Don
Kiethley slides in.
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"C" TRACK TEAM, First row,
left lo righl: G, Pickett, J
Blanchard, T. Kurrh, E. Kem
son, D. Cable, G. Sanders, G
Olson Buck row: J. Sylvies
"B" TRACK TEAM, First
row, left to right: B Bw'
gess 9 'Jensel G Lczzv,
J, MULG Oban, H. Svcvs-
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ond: P Polos, K Pugh D.
Wlnmger T. Llle, C.
Jones, D Healey, S.
Howard, T. Powell, J.
R.ley, G. Quelpo, D, Pen-
gllly, Back row: J. Son-
ders, J Wllson, E, Bos-
well, B Robrnson, R. Jack-
son, P. Sylvnes, D. Hunt-
ley, F. Morlon, C. Slater,
M, Warner, A. Thomas,
D. Goodell, B Mlles, J.
B. Vosburgh, P. Clark, M.
Gaechter, K. Pursley, F. Hunt-
ley, B. Horton, C. Reid. A-
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right: B. Fairfield, K. Metcalf, K. Up-
shaw, E, Blackburn, M. Upshaw, R. Babe-
chak, L. Romero. Bock row: Coach Bock-
man, B, Ruff, F, Ogawa, F. Todd, B.
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A hardhuttung track season scored hugh for 56 On the
Varsuty team outstandung track men were Kurk Oswell un
the 100 yard dash broad lump shot put and relay Ed
Gant wuth the hugh and low hurdles and relay Ted
Hanson and Dean Swab shovung the shot put and Tom
Powell runnung the 180 broad lump and relay It took
much tume and hard work to develop the necessary co
ordunatuon of muscles to do these fueld events Dave
Wununger shattered the school pole vault record wuth
a 12 toot 6 unch vault
On the Junuor Varsuty team we saw Gulbert Queupo un
the 100 yard dash 220 and relay The two Ruley boys
John and Jum partucupated un the 660 relay and broad
lump Lule specualuzed un the 1320 Boswell sauled over
the hugh hurdles wuth ease
The C team marked good results too Partucupatung
un the 100 yard dash pole vault and relay was Gary
Olson Jack Sanders ran the 180 and relay We found
Fred Thomas runnung relay and broad uumpung Charlue
Reud lumped both hugh and wude Jum Blanchard ran
low hurdles wuth Muke Gechter and Bob Hotton on the
Hard work and hugh spuruts combuned to produce our
VARSITY TRACK Furst row
left to right S Hendrux
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Rin and Dolly Venvurini inspired the crowds and
cheered the boys to victory,
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A variety of sports mingled throughout the year and the
boys' gym resounded with yells and laughter. Enthusi-
asm and spirit for all sports could be seen on the results
ot scoreboards and the proven interest of the boys.
Major sports, football, basketball, track, and baseball,
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led the way with team sports gaining popularity all year.
A tine coaching staff and a varied program gave the
boys ample reason tor widely displayed interest and
. c was G con-wort sgt' on
Carroll Heoly Duck Huntley and Duck Murroy mane
sprruf before o gome.
M ss Gladys Baird Miss Mable Hart
Miss Jackie Rose
Miss Grace Lockey
Miss Gloria Ketteringham
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lf you were ever walking on campus ten or fifteen min-
utes after the tardy bell rang you probably saw some
of the girls dressed in their gym shorts and white
blouses running out to the play field or to the basket-
ball tennis or volleyball courts. These are the girls' gym
The girls participated in many activities working for
GAA credit- then on to Big A. To obtain points the girls
must have been on the winning or all-star team-s or
captains. Playdoys pickle sales bake sales working on
committees and selling at games were other point earn-
ing activities. When 3OO points were earned the girls
were eligible for membership in Big A.
Miss Evelyn Ingles, head of the girls PE deparfmehl.
Big A-First row, lefi to right: J. Evers, B. Cooper,
B, Jones. Second row: B. Metz, J. Wallace, B, New'
man, J. Betts, D. Venturini, F. Losey, Miss Ingles
Third row: L. Dahl, J. Bloom, B. Fulkerson,
Godde, F. Rini, G, Kirk, A. Welch. Back row: D.
Sakaguchi, B. Brogan, G. Sexfon, J. Conrad, M.
Gwin, C, Rohlk, E. Rexroaf, R. Lewis, D. Weir.
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J. Bells, Fran Rini, J, Conrad, A, Welch, Miss Hart.
A b glqef or nor? Enher woy these glrls enyoyed
Procflcmg the proper
Moson ond Morrlyn
golf was tough! ond
ones fo engoy the pr:
fechmques of golf ore Rhoone
erer Thus th frrs er
the sensors gurls were vhe only
Furs? ploce wlnners of the Sensor volleyboll fourno
menf ore left to rught Drone Honshmrdt Carol
Rohlk Judy Evers Cathy Llvermore Pot Nixon
Borboro Cooper ond Sheulo Word
Carolyn Schwcndt and Grace
Kirk get ready for o tennis
Carol Overlade, Gloria Sterling, and Margaret
Dronen lead girls in from playing field after hour's
Miss Ingles gives senior girls a few tips on modern
Junior girls get instruction on
I-'na Wilson and Jean Amick are asking Miss
cl ' about some coming actvmes
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Archery Nancy Arguedas and Judy
Jones are preparing to compete with
each other on the archery range
Senior girls are having a discussion
period during gym with Miss Ingles.
The girls started the year oft with a variety at sports.
Tennis, softball, and swimming were enioyed by all
The seniors played volleyball, the juniors played basket
ball, and the sophomores and tresnmen ioik aaiiced.
Their folk dancing continued for nine weeks.
Golf, this year, was a new sport at which seniors had
the privilege and lots of fun playing. The iuniors had
a good time with hockey, The golf and hockey players
finally neared the end of the year with archery and later
put on modern dancing for the Mothers' Tea. The fresh-
men and sophomores ended their year playing basket-
ball, and all participated in swimming.
The students take over the gym class during one
of those free-for-all days.
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A familiar scene in the girls gym is Miss Ingles
Brushing up on familiar folk dances Miss Lockey
along with Joyce Beasley Alce Hill Hannah
Erskine Juanita Smith demonstrate before the
faking senior roll call.
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Jerry Nybakken, though only a sophomore when he
left us, had gained many friends. His fun-loving per-
sonality always reflected a cheerful outlook on life,
though the time he spent here was comparably short.
Future Farmers of America is one of the organizations
with which Jerry will be remembered. Another of his
main interests was sports which he participated in with
Jerry's memory will linger long in the halls of A.V.
Ial Calvert uses all
those great Union Oil
products in his car. So,
why not follow his ex-
ample and patronize
BOB'S UNION OIL STA-
TION, 43755 Sierra Hwy.
For all your hardware
needs, electrical sup-
plies, cooking utensils
and appliances let Cal
Calvert tell you about
PLIANCES at 45044 Yuc-
Just ask Tom Stevens
about the service at
JIM'S BARBER SHOP,
503 Lancaster B I v d.,
where there are six bar-
bers at your service.
All the fruits, meats, and
vegetables from the
AVE. I MARKET on Ave.
I are guaranteed fresh,
tasty and appetizing.
Just ask Cal Calvert.
JOHNSON AND SCHAF-
FERT HARDWARE AND
"If we don't have it,
you don't need it." The
address is IO28 W. Ave.
Lighten those washday
blues! Take all your
dirty clothing, as Ellen
Howard does, to HAD-
671 W. Ave. I, and let
them take of those blue
Signs of the times! Bul-
letins, gold leaf, scotch-
lite, windows, show
cards, whether your sign
needs be large or small.
44558 Sierra Hwy., is
the place to go. Glen
Farmer is enjoying
Like Sharon Hager, Cor-
bin Marriott, Carol Rohlk
and Joebob Beebe, we
:ire all wild about that
all new '56 Oldsmobile
from MARTIN OLDS,
44624 iSerra Hwy. Stop
in at MARTIN OLDS for
tops in sales, service
if IPP' 4
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Make GRAFTON TEX-
ACO your one service
station stop, where Bill
Hier has found they car-
ry the best of gas, oil,
lubrication, tires and ac-
Plus fine furniture and
nationall advertised ap-
pliaances, a few of the
advantages of trading
at 49er FURNITURE
MART ore: trade ins ac-
cepted, convenient terms
and free delivery, as
Nancy Haley can tell
COMPANY, 45000 Sier-
ra Hwy., is the complete
one stop lumber yord.
Eddie Gant and Steve
Hendrix realize they
have every lumber need
"See me first!" is the
slogan used by Floyd
Kitchen, agent for STATE
FARM MUTUAL COMPA-
NY. And Kay Dickson
confirms that 44929
Beech Ave. is the place.
Sharp! That's what your
saws are after they
come back from GILD-
ER'S SAW SHOP, 44931
Beech Ave. Bill Hier and
Pross Roberts say they
also sharpen chisels,
knives, scissors and
SIERRA EQUIPMENT CO.,
407 Lancaster Blvd, will
rent you the things you
need at the moment.
You can rent equipment
for light work or heavy.
It seems Charlotte Heney
needs o tractor!
To get the finest pumps
available, and free esti-
mates on any pump in-
stallation or repair, take
Steve Hendrix's word
at WINTROATH PUMPS,
PUMPS, 42l W. Ave. I,
may sound formidable
to some of you, but it
needn't. Just remember,
BISHOP AND LUSHER is
the place to take all
electrical contracting as
Karrie Frey and Barbara
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jailif ' , I
Do you want to know
the best way to cook
and heat your home?
lffhy, its Wiih gas, Of
coursei Follow Woody
and go to SUBURBAN
GAS, 412 Lancaster
Blvd., with your busi-
Household items and
variety goods are sold at
WARDS, 526 Lancaster
Blvd. Janet Dwyer
knows she will find iust
the earrings she's look-
ing for from their large
assortment of jewelry.
Either you like them or
you dont, And Judy
Evers seems to like The
Bermuda shorts offered
by MYLES, ladies ready
to wear, 705 Lancaster
Do you want something
real cool to snack on, or
m a y be a complete
meal? Take it from
Sandy Jewell, and go to
the TASTY SHOP, 668
Lancaster Blvd., and get
Diane Weir is looking
over the beautiful selec-
tion of rings and watch-
es at REDMAN JEWEL-
ERS, 624 Lancaster Blvd.
Shes sure to find exact-
ly what shes looking
Although she may be
too old to play baseball
with the kids in the
park, Loretta Truitt still
likes to browse at
HELEN S TOY SHOP, 864
Have old fashioned
plowing methods got
you down? Stop in at
A R N OL D EQUIPMENT
COMPANY, 46ll7 Sier-
ra Hwy., and see their
line of smooth perform-
ing tractors and other
farm equipment, as
Chuck Story is doing.
For selling the best and
servicing the rest, see
MOJAVE RADIO, Trevor
Ave. H i g h trade -in
allowances and easy
terms are only two of
the afivzirfztges of 'rail-
4 r: lllklf
Admiring some ot the
many perfumes ghd
cosmetics at Lancgsferg
popular drug store is
Judy Evers. And the
store is none other than
CARLS PHARMACY at
516 Lancaster Blvd.
Real estate tor every
purpose. And the place
with the most listings is
COUNTRY SQUIRE REAL-
TY CO., located at 44413
Sierra Hwy. Carol Rohlk
seems to be enjoying
Co m plete automotive
wheel balancing, align-
ment and towing serv-
ice, tor all this see
SERVICE at 44911 Sierra
Hwy. Don Kiethley says
they do a great iob.
For that extra get up and
go, Dennis Trojan ad-
vises us to go to
STATION, 45105 Sierra
Hwy. He likes the serv-
ice and dependability
Featuring tires, batteries,
auto accessories, brake
relining and tune up on
the easy pay plan is
BERTS SERVICE, 44409
Sierra Hwy. Corbin Mar-
riott says their gas is
high in quality, low in
Do you need a haircut,
a facial treatment or
maybe a manicure?
Then the place tor the
fines tin beauty care is
MOCHEL BEAUTY SA-
LON, 44625 Sierra Hwy.
Ask Sharon Hager about
their expert service.
Want compliments on
your flooring? Then
cover your floors with
attractive rugs from
AVEN'S FLOOR COVER-
INGS, 45151 Sierra
Hwy., as Bill Hier does.
lt you are lacking any
farm implements, be
sure to stop in at ROB-
CO., 769 W. Ave. I, and
see their line of quality
equipment as Ellen
Howard is doing.
.IH Pfl l0l:ymw
"lf you run out of gas,
and the oil is low, and
there is some place spe-
cial you want to go,
stop in first at DANS
TEXACO, says Ted
Do you want to raise
better crops? Then start
right now by following
Dennis Troian's advice
and getting better
equipment from SHEP-
HERD IMPLEMENT COM-
PANY, 403 C. Ave. l.
The big M this year is
none but the all new,
big, beautiful Mercury.
Steve Howard has just
driven one from GETTYS
MERCURY, 45117 Sierra
Hwy., and he says they
drive like a dream.
In buying at H. M.
PARKER SONS, you are
insured the utmost cour-
tesy and dependability
in factory parts, Chuck
Story can tell you its
located at 44749 Sierra
SUPPLY, 521 Kettering,
has that new modern
fixture you've been look-
ing for. Whether its a
fixture or something else
you want, Kay Dickson
can tell you where to
To say it with flowers,
see the ANTELOPE VAL-
LEY FLORIST, 44533 Si-
erra Hwy., for the com-
plete line of blooming
words. lt looks as if Joe-
bob Beebe has some-
thing to say.
Build ng a house? Need
reasonable rates for
foundation and water
line digging? Call PHIL
SERWCE for a duck and
reliable lOlI, Whitehall
G. C. WARREN FABRICS,
81725 E. Ave. Q-9, has
all the material for your
needs. Just come in and
choose like Janet Dwyer
is doing. Youll also find
every sewing notion you
Needing feed or seed?
You, like Norman Crews,
can make NEWELL AND
COMPANY, 448l3 Yuc-
ca Ave., your headquar-
ters for farm supplies.
Don't feel like doing the
wash today? Then take
it to the AMERICAN
LAUNDRY, 45028 Trevor
Ave., and they'll get
your clothes cleaner than
you ever could. Right,
"Momma mia!" but the
food at TOM AND JER-
RY'S lTALlAN INN at
45011 Yucca in Lancas-
ter, is out of this world!
Guaranteed shoe fitting
for the entire family,
Many name brands, no
down payment and
charge accounts are only
a few of the advantages
of trading at MlLLER'S
SHOE STORE, 38539
Sierra Hwy., says Loretta
"The best at Byram's!"
And you can be sure, as
Ada Scott is, that you'll
get the best in watches,
and watch repairs if you
atronize BYRAM'S JEW-
JEWELERS, 38527 Sierra
lt's the fastest! Yes, gas
is the fastest way to
cook and heat your
home. If you're thinking
of replacing that old
stove, be sure to shop at
the IMPERIALGAS COM-
PANY, 710 Avenue Q-7
in Palmdale, as Nancy
Haley and Charlotte
Heney are doing.
"This is the place for
prescripitonsf' says Jo
Pellizer. So take her ad-
vice and go to ALLEN'S
PHARMACY, 839 E. Ave-
nue Q-9 in Palmdale.
Suspiciously eyeing the
machines at RISLEY
382lO - 6th St. East,
Palmdale, are Steve
Howard and Karrie Frey.
They offer commercial
and social printing and
fast, dependable serv-
,, '-Q 22'
uni, . 4'
Showing off one of the
many cute blouses from
PEARL OF PALMDALE is
Santa Marrone. Pearls
is located at 38553 Sier-
Big house or little house,
no matter which, you're
sure to find it or the
ideal spot to build it on
at J. MARRONE REALTY,
38555 Sierra Hwy., in
For the ultimate in ac-
commodation, go to one
of Lancaster's finest mo-
tels, the DESERT INN,
442l9 Sierra Hwy. lt's
complete with a swim-
ming pool and restau-
rant, says Janet Kelly.
Trying to decide among
the many different types
of records ranging from
rhythm and blues to
classical, available at
LING'S MUSIC BOX,
44903 N. Cedar, Lan-
caster, is Sharon Hager.
Are you the restless
type? Then the answer
to your problem is to
buy a trailer. Frank
Piani has found some
good looking ones at
DAVIS AND SONS
TRAILER SALES on Sierra
Hwy. between Palmdale
Keep it cool! For the fin-
est in refrigeration ap-
pliances and supplies
Frank Campbell does
his shopping at DIXON
Sierra Hwy. in Palmdale.
Shown admiring a lamp
at VALLEY ELECTRIC,
38505 Sierra Hwy. in
Mike Price. They have
water heaters, light fix-
tures and all sorts of
electrical fixtures and
In the notion for a pu
tion? It you're yearning
for a magic beauty po-
tion, the closest you'lI
come, says Judy Dubin,
is with the cosmetics
from Don Hertel's
38336 Sierra Hwy.,
There are all kinds of
houses, and even more
places to build them, but
to find exactly what
you re looking tor, loin
Connie Stone and check
with DEBS AND ASSO-
CIATES, 38461 Sierra
As tactory distributors,
the WESTERN SERV-UR'
SELF, 44339 and 38206
Sierra I-Iwy., can give
lowest prices on tires,
batteries, ping - proof
gas and lubrication. Just
ask Dee Potter.
Are you interested in
drawing interest as
Janet Dwyer and Chuck
Sayre are? Save money
at the BANK OF AMER-
ICA, 839 Palmdale Blvd.
On that long, dangerous
journey trom Palmdale
to Lancaster, why don't
you stop once in awhile
at the STEAK N' SHAKE
DRIVE IN tor a delicious
hamburger, coke or
other snack as Ethel
Budd is doing.
No matter what you
need tor your home, it
can be found from the
vast stock at WESTERN
AUTO SUPPLY, 38475
Sierra Hwy., Palmdale.
Jule Bishop does most
of her shopping here,
and knows of many
"Mirror, mirror on the
wall, who sells the best
mirrors and glass of
all?" KINGSLEY GLASS
COMPANY, 44614 Sierra
Hwy., says Joebob
Insure in sure insurance,
as Bill Reynolds is about
to. No matter what your
insurance needs, youll
get the policy you need
at McADAMS AGENCY,
BDI Palmdale Blvd.,
Trying on one of the
many fine tailored sport
coats from HERMANS
FASHION TAILORS, 520
Lancaster Blvd., is Chuck
Schmidt. He likes the
variety of well tailored
For that special peppy
Are you in the market
for home furnishings?
Well, Chuck Sayre knows
that for radios, televi-
sion sets, and kitchen
RADIO, INC., 530 Lan-
caster Blvd., is the place
for outstanding values
and dependable mer-
tune-up, ioin Don Keith-
ley and Ted Uyeda, and
go to EDWARD S OVER-
HEAD GARAGE COMPA-
NY in Palmdale. De-
pendable service and
the use of fine products
is assured when you
take your business to
HEATING AN D AIR
6th St. East, Palmdale,
has the complete line of
heating and air condi-
tioning equipment. Bar-
bara Hybbard and Pross
Roberts are trying to de-
cide whether to be hot
or cool cats.
"See the difference
Purina makes." Gary
Goodson discovered the
difference when he fed
his poultry and livestock
feed from CLARK FEED
AND SUPPLY, 44842
Sierra Hwy., Lancaster.
Need anything from
thread to goldfish? At
GILBERTS 5 81 IO, 545
Lancaster Blvd., you see
whatever you need.
Sandy Jewell iust wants
a pack of folder paper.
What about you?
"For clothes with dis-
tinction, the SMART
SHOPPE, 525 Lancaster
Blvd., is the place to
buy,I' says Joni Bird. Al-
ways a friendly shop-
ping center, they feature
ready to wear acces-
sories for every occasion
along with a wide va-
riety of fine wearing
"whys'I and 'where-
fores' of welding is
Chuck Story. Maybe he
doesn't know much
about it, but he does
know CLYDE THOMAS
WELDING, 38707 Sierra
Hwy., Palmdale, con-
siders no iob too large
Local or long distance
moving, under the per-
sonal management of
Fred Bakman, also stor-
age, packing and crat-
ing is what you get
from BAKMAN VAN
AND STORAGE, 38707
Sierra Hwy. Just ask
Missing an auto part? lf
you ioin Tom Stevens
and goto NOBBY AUTO
PART, 38316 - 6th St.
East, Palmdale, you'll be
able to find o large as-
sortment of auto parts
to replace the one that
Are you looking for
the authorized Westing-
house service? Then loolc
no further, for its
AND TV, 38208 - oth St.
E., says Ken Mclvlillin.
For major household ap-
pliances, parts and serv-
icing, be sure to see
VALLEY APPLIANCE, 813
Lancaster Blvd. Karrie
Frey has found a port-
able radio she seems to
Tools, hardware, house-
hold supplies, tires and
batteries are only a few
of the things found at
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY,
115l4O Sierra Hwy., Lan-
caster. Pross Roberts is
buying a flashlight.
Are you lOOl4ing fOr C1
new typewriter? Then
Conte in and try one out
at DESERT STATlONERS,
-111920 Beech Ave, Lan-
caster as Janet Kelly is
'Let us advise you in
your decorating prob-
PAINT AND WALLPA-
PER, 114919 Beech Ave'
nue, is doing lust that
for Jerry Reutter,
TEX MAPTINS TEXACO
STATOON, 44lO4 Sierra
Hwy., Lancaster, is the
place for gas, oil, auto
parts, and all those
wonderful Texaco prod-
ucts. Gary Goodson says
they honor credit cards.
Compare our ratesl
This is the slogan of
DESERT EXPRESS, 709 W.
Ave. I, and Norrnan
Crews is doing gust that.
Their services include
inowng, pacwng, ship-
n ng any stO'age
I -mini w- tm X
rim ui 1.11 xxx ss
Did The kids get into The
Tool box and lose a few
of Them? Replace the
lost ones, as Mike Price
is, from PALMDALE
AUTO PARTS, 38711 Si-
erra Hwy., before dad
discovers the loss.
Extra! Extra! Read all
about the latest hap-
penings in the valley
from the most complete
newspaper, the LAN-
CASTER LIGI-IT, 44816
Sierra Hwy. Dennis Tro-
ian is reading about The
increase in the popu-
Looks rather confusing,
doesn'T iT, Nancy Haley?
But The men at BlLL'S
RICHEIELD, 44956 Sierra
Hwy., know what it's all
Riding on The strings of
your tires? BABCOCK
AND SON, 631 W. Ave.
I, will retread and make
your Tires like new.
Frank Piani is There be-
cause he knows he can
trust Their work.
If you're needing feed
and seed supplies, LIVE-
STOCK CENTER, 1448
W. Ave. I, presents you
with The best line. Frank
Piarii has just lifted a
bag of hog feed onto
Loretta Truitt is being
shown some of The
beautiful furnishings at
The ANTELOPE FURNI-
TURE COMPANY, 601
Lancaster Blvd. For any
of your furniture needs,
don't hesitate to stop in.
Although they don'T sell
glass slippers, GALLEN-
KAMP'S, 609 Lancaster
Blvd., have that high
fashion look that would
please even Cinderella,
says Santa Marrone.
And, they're priced
Sporting one of The
many cute outfits at
ANlTA'S, 617 Lancaster
Blvd., is Woody Ander-
son. Woody knows their
clothes are smart, stylish
and priced reasonably.
vi ' 'rut
This is Bill Reynolds. He
says your -wallet doesnt
have to be well padded
to ciflornl those sharp
lacking si-ins, suits and
iackets, llfe this one,
from N EL S MEN S
SHOP, 38511l Sierra
Hwy, in Palmdale.
Did you know that TIN-
DALLS JEVVELERS, 507
Lancaster Blvd., Otters a
wide and excellent
choice ot jewelry, in-
cluding everything from
rings to silver service?
Carol Rohlk has just dis-
covered the pertect
In Palmdale the place to
go for expert hair cut-
ting, tinting, manicures
and permanents is the
DOLL HOUSE BEAUTY
SALON, 38529 Sierra
Hwy. Judy Blouch is
about to have her hair
Tired of abusing your
taste buds? Then try the
toad at WELCH S for the
tnest in Palmdale. Shop
in at 38563 Sierra HWY.,
anfl ioin Arlene Hilgen-
clorf and Jerry Reutter
for a taste treat.
"Big store, big stockli
Barbara Hybbard has
found tools, paint,
poultry supplies, plumb-
ing and electrical sup-
plies and a complete
toy center at SID
A4764 Sierra Hwy.
No longer is it necessary
to do a rain dance so
the crops won't tail. All
you have to do is install
the rain birds like Ellen
Howard is holding, from
D E S E RT IRRIGATION,
T T28 W. Ave. I.
For every real estate
need, follow the exam-
ple set by Bill Reynolds,
and go to LANE-MILLER
REALTORS, IOIO Lancas-
ter Blvd. You will al-
ways find tirendly, cour-
Among the many who
know ot the line values
at ORR S RED TOP MAR-
KET, 5l9 Lancaster
Blvd., is Corbin Marriot,
GRIFFIN A N D SONS
every item imaginable,
also, beautiful crystal
and china. It you're
smart, youll follow
Janet Dwyer to 523 Lan-
For all those little odds
and ends so necessary
to lite, go with Judy
Wallace to MlLTON'S 5
81 IO at 549 Lancaster
"The clothes make the
man!" Especially it those
clothes come from the
wide variety of shirts,
DU BOIS AND SONS,
slacks and iackets at
oil Lancaster Blvd. Pat
Calvert knows that
clothes from DU BOIS
can't be beat.
"Look sharp, feel sharp,
be sharp!" Theres noth-
ing like a shave and a
haircut from HOLMES
BARBER SHOP, 527 Lan-
caster Blvd., to relax a
guy, says Roger Stollen-
Looking at the beauti-
ful watches at SANDERS'
JEWELERS, 541 Lancaster
Blvd., is Sandv Jewell.
She says they have one
ot the finest SSIGCIIODS
of rings and watches in
'Flowers say a thou-
sand words." And, it
you have something
nice to say, do it with
flowers from EVELYN'S
FLOWERS, 44923 Beech
Avenue. Maybe, some-
one nice would like an
orchid like Ethel Budd is
Your lite is worth mo-
ney, so why not insure
it? Mike Price advises
you to go to BACON 81
657 Lancaster Blvd., for
insurance policies of all
For the most dee
pendable and accurate
escrow service, follow
Eddie Gant to SIPHERD
SERVICE ESCROW, 745
l , S'
So ETheI Budd and PaT CaIverT are looking
for some real esTaTe1 Well, STEVE MARVIN,
439 LancasTer Blvd., is The place To go. You
geT whar you wanT and The size you wanT.
Read all abouT iT! Among The many readers
of The LEDGER-GAZETTE is Jo Pellizer, who
is shown subscribing To iT aT The efficienT
office aT 656 LancasTer Blvd.
Denfs in your car? ScraTches on The fender?
LEO BRASI-IEAR BODY SHOP, 202 W. Ave. I,
Takes core of iT all. Wonder if Chuck STory
and Eddie Gant undersTand?
' '... and we'II meet you afTerwards aT
PAXTON'S." This is a very familiar phrase
around school and Town, and no wonder,
as The food aT PAXTON'S DRIVE IN, 45003
Sierra Hwy., is The mosT.
Need money tor that nevv washing machine?
INVESTMENT FINANCE, 744 Lancaster Blvd.,
can help you with a loan. Joni Bird is trying
the dependable way to get the loan she
Before an extra special date or dance, don't
forget MYDAS BEAUTY SALON in the Ar-
cade. Youll need a special hairdo to please
'nat special guy, Also, why not take
Charlotte l-laney s advice on one of Mydas
fnanicures While Waiting.
Tired ot all that excessive noise that comes
from the patter ot little teet an uncarpeted
Floors? Then do as Barbara l-libbard is, and
arrange to have your house carpeted by
SHANNON RUG COMPANY, 454ll Sierra
So - - streamlinedl Thats the new look in
the '56 Dodges and Plymouths. Ken McMillin
realizes that H, VV. HUNTER, 44733 Sierra
I-lvvy., alters these fine cars at low prices.
Studeboker tor style ond
beoutyl Steve Howord
is visiting MILLS MO-
TORS, 44809 Sierra
Hwy., where they moin-
toin o fully equipped
Did you know GLAS-
COCK ELECTRIC COM-
PANY, 44809 Sierro
Hwy, is the ploce tor
you to replcice your old
wiring ond such. Let
them solve your electric-
ol problem. They solved
Glen Formers lighting
Did you run out of su-
gor? Or maybe eggs?
No need to run next
door to borrow, when
you con get go to
7344 W. Ave. I. Dee
Potter knows they hove
o complete stock ot
meot ond groceries.
BILLS HOUSE OF FLOW-
ERS, 44759 Sierro Hwy.,
hos corsoges, funerol
designs, bouquets, ond
complete wedding or-
rongements with deliv-
ery tree. He telegrophs
flowers anywhere. Won-
der it Morilyn McLourin
wouIdn't like to hove all
Morgie Johnson is hun-
gry ogoin. She shops
well becouse she potro-
nizes the ANTELOPE
ACRES STORE, 48011
9th St. W., where she
con get the tood every-
Serving oll ot the Ante-
lope Volley oreo is
RIS REALTORS, 44851
MARTIN, SMITH 81 HAR-
Sierro Hwy. Don Keith-
ley hos his choice ot
finding out obout ronch-
es, homes, lots or subdi-
COMPANY, 45145 Yuc-
co Avenue supplies
Lczncoster with gloss tor
every purpose, p I o t e
gloss, outo gloss mirrors
ond even gloss tor pic-
ture troming. Pot Bielen-
berg hos broken gloss in
Wow! We're oll with
Mo ri I yn McLourin in
wonting one ot those
fabulous '56 Buicks
from C. W. FISCHER
BUICK, 44933 Sierro
Hwy. Buicks ore well
known tor o dependoble
ond scite pertormonce.
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Gems and Minerals
Knit 'n Stitch
Dr. Ward, Optometrist
Valley Bike Shop
Lancaster Tire Co.
Yours Truly Stationary
Make your money
work tor you, contend
Frank Campbell and Bill
Reynolds, who know
that tor dependability
and reliable service, the
BANK OF AMERICA, 531
Lancaster Blvd., is the
right place to bank your
Anuniring some ot' the
beautilul fabrics in
KLEINER S, 543 Lancas-
ter Blvd., is Arlene Hil-
gendorf. She makes
many ol her clothes and
finds Kleiners her com-
plete sewing headquar-
.. .v- "'
WALT WALDPIP, ASTT6
Sierra l-lwy,, has the tull
line ot the new '56 De
Sotos and Plymouths.
Comfortable, arent they,
Jay Maag? Try one out
and you'll see how to
ride in comfort, too!
Wouldnt you like to
lose those excess
pounds? Or, perhaps
just rearrange the ones
you have. Whatever
your wishes, Kay Dick-
son has discovered the
STAUFFER SYSTEM the
smart way to keep trim.
All women know, as
does Judy Blouch, that
tor smart clothing all
year around, WIND-
SORS SPORT Sl-lOP is
the place. Located at
6l5 Lancaster Blvd.,
they specialize in the
latest styles tor reason-
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Adanr George 31 148
Adams VICKI 27 47 48
Ackroyd Carol 10 31 97 109 119
Amadow Robert 31
Anderson Boss 31 86 87
Anderson Dennls 31
Anderson Mary 31
Anderson Woodve 31 164
Anthony Jack 31
Arnold M1lton 32
Austln Robert 32
Avery Beverly 31
Ayers Connle 30 31 88 91
Baker Jess 33
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Betts Joan 32 87 153
B1rd Joan 32 88 171 77
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Blouch Judy 32 94 174 182
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