Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA)
- Class of 1957
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Jack Wiley, building inspector,
is looking over plans to see if
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tions of our new gymnasium.
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A welcome treat came this year to our
AV campus. Snow fell heavily over the
grounds of our fair school. Our every
day campus was transformed into a
maiestic snowland which brought beauty
to the eyes of all who saw our campus.
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On a cold, gray day in January,
snow fell on AV campus and turned
it into a winter wonderland. Covered
with snow is the Cafeteria, old
Science and the many trees sur-
rounding thern. These buildings have
stood many years on our campus
and this year is to be their last.
Next year new buildings will be
raised in their place.
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Pictured in a frame of snow is part of
AV's modern new campus. English row
and the new Science buildings are cov-
ered with almost a foot of snow. This
busy part of our campus is still and quiet
while the students are enjoying a week
of vacation. I3
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Thus year the Yucca staff wushe
s to deducate the 1957
Yucca to the custoduans These are the men who kee
our campus lookung nuce the way we want ut to oo
Thus book us deducated to Floyd S Babler Zacharuah P
ooth D G Hart Bernard Munkler Jeff Reed who were
under the supervusuon of Head Custoduan Roy Stephenson
All of these men can boast of a 'ob well done
The theme of our book Out of T
hus World descrubes
perfectly the unlumuted servuce of the men who work
here wuthout recognutuon through the whole year and
now we would luke to pay trubute to them and guve
them the many thanks from the enture Assocuated Student
Body of A V H S wuth the deducatuon of the 1957 Yucca
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be thus one
One of the famuluar sughts
around campus seems to
SW Pe0Ple ealuze the
work 'hill goes unto thus
prolect of keepung our
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Dr. Roy A. Knapp, District Superintendent, provides
for and directs the improvement of our school dis-
trict. He is also Chief Executive and Secretary of the
Board and is our "Authorized Agent."
Mr. A. L. Lo Buono, is Assistant Superintendent and
works in Business Educational Services, directs and
coordinates the various fields of educational serv-
ices, and also assists the superintendent in areas of
recruitment, selection, and employment of personnel
and educational policiesr
Mr. Charles Parker, who is Assistant Superintendent
and is in Educational Services, directs and coordin-
ates the various fields of educational services, and
also assists the superintendent in areas of recruit-
ment, selection and employment of personnel and
Mr. Norton Nichols, Administrative Assistant, assists
with administrative duties, and handles detailed
work in the state-aided building program.
Members of the Board of Trustees-Bus P. Eliopulos,
President, G. F. McNamee, Wallace Ward, W. J. Sin-
clair, and J. H. Wilson, Clerk-authorized the allow-
ances made for buildings.
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left to right:
Mr. Gardner ii, V. v'
Dr. Knapp Y '
Mr. Lo Buono Mr. Parker Mr. Wilson
funds, set up school bonds, and attend to other impor-
tant functions ofthe school.
Mr. John Landrum, our Principal, develops and coordi-
nates the curriculum standards, supervises instructional
methods and all other activities directly concerned with
pupils, teachers, and other personnel.
As Assistant Principal and a worker in the Pupil Services,
Mr. Abe Loewen directs and coordinates all school social
Assistant Principal and curriculum work are the iobs of
Mrs. Billye Adams who assists the principal in duties
from time to time, plans, and supervises various proe
grams, departmental and faculty meetings.
Mr. Earl Rittenhoutse directs Student Business Activities
and during his iob he encounters such duties as assisting
in all student government activities, directing student
body fund accounting, and other student business ac-
Mr. James Churchill, Supervisor of Child Welfare and
Attendance, works in different areas of Antelope Valley
assuring and maintaining the welfare and proper at-
tendance of all students.
Mr. Ernest Tosi, Director of Auxiliary Services, directs and
coordinates the program of counseling and guidance,
health, pupil discilpline, psychological services, and
many other important programs for the school.
Mr. Ernest Tosi
Mr, Abe Loewen
Mr, Earl Rittenhouse Mrs. Billye Adams
Director of Activities Asst. Principal
Mr. John W. Landrum
MH Sid Harrington
Supt, of Fairgrounds
Left to right: Lela Crall, Lu Puckett, Avis Chaney,
Lena Fraze, Pearl Dowdy, Irma Hicks.
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ATTENDANCE OFFICE STAFF:
Left to right: Bea Riley, Lorein Denny, and Mildred
J Jolin kept all absences in perfect order throughout
the yea r.
BUSINESS OFFICE STAFF:
Left to right: Doris Iverson, Flora Van Ness, Nana-
lee Kingsbury, Pat Autrey, Sybil Purcell, Thelma
Johnson, Marie McMains.
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Left to right: Virginia Zarzaria, Mildred Seaton,
A A Nancy Barton, Mona Albright, Judy Snyder, Helen
Gant, Fern Stiers, Bonnie Gary.
Trying Their best to educate the stu-
dents ot our high school are the 91
teachers who make up our faculty.
It anything is to be planned or im-
proved it is called to attention and
discussed at the numerous meetings
our teachers attend.
President of the Organization is Mr.
Warren Nunn, and Vice President is
Mrs. Evelyn Kohr. Mrs. Marian Pol-
lock holds the office of Secretary
while Miss Janet McGinnis is trea-
Our teachers did a wonderful job
of heading the sixteen different de-
They were Mr. John Pat Gary, Agri-
culture, Mrs. Mary Floyd, Business
and Commercial, Mr. Wilson Ferrell,
Drivers Education, Miss Josephine
Dart, English, Speech, Drama, and
Journalism, Mr. W il l ia m Ballard,
Fine Arts, Mrs. Amy Heydorn, Art,
Mr. James Daley, Foreign Language,
Mrs. Zelma Goben, Home Economics,
Mrs. Elizabeth Lorbeer, Library, Mr.
H I a I me r Stromberg, Mathematics,
Mr. Lloyd Helgeson, Boys' P.E., Mrs.
Evelyn Kohr, Girls' P.E., Mr. Hamp-
ton Proett, Science, Mr. Jack Seaton,
Vocational, Miss Geneva Mungov-
ern, School Nurse and Dr. Frieda
Sherburn, School Doctor.
We wish to thank all ofthe teachers
ot AV for their wonderful help and
splendid work this past year.
Miss Josephine Dart
Mrs. Stephanie Dashift
Miss Janece Doggett
Miss Evelyn Ericson
Miss Margaret Fairchild
Mr. James Daley
Mr. Louis Da Sar
Mr. Wylie Day
Mr. Sam Dolber
Mr. Bennett Freeny
Mr. W. G. Fellers
Mr Paul Francnl
omvmouwlun Mr ROf1dOllFfGf1k
Socral Studles Algebra l
Mr Bob Ferber
Mlss Beatrice Fuller
Mr Stanley Glass
Mr Wilson Ferrell
Mrs Mary Floyd
Mrs Zelrna Goben
Mr Ted Bochman
Boys P E
Mr John Gary
Mr Orsen Hlcken
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Mr Louns Hart Mr Lloyd Helgeson
Mechanucal Drawlng Boys PE
Mrs Amy Heydorn
Mrs Mary Kitfrell
Business 81 Commercial
Mr Jack Kaiser
Mrs Josephine Kunfz
Mr Donald Kellogg
Mrs Marlorie Kloster M J P Kuzif
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Mrs. Lorraine Ladley
Mrs. Elizabeth Lorbeer
Mr Gerald Ladley
Miss Claudia Maede
Mr Bernard Kelly
Mrs Evelyn Kohr
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Mr. Carl Sitzman Mr. Gwynne Line
Miss Muriel McDaniel
English 84 Drama
Mr. Jerry Murnane
1- fMr. ' Ro6erffOwens
Driver Education '
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Mr. Howard Most
Miss Geneva M
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Mr. Henry Miller
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Mr. Ralph Nybakken
Mr. Hampton Proett
Mr. George Nelrnork
Mr. John O'Connor
Mr. Harold Richard:
Mr. William Nichols
American History '
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Mrs. Kathryn Pickus
Mrs. Marion Pollock
Mr. Jack Seaton
Dr. Frieda Sherburn
Miss Helen Richardson
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Mr. Lewis Shoemaker
Mr. Jerome Sfumps
Health and Science
Mr. Donald Stevens
Miss Mary Tarlian
Mrs. Dolores Ross
English and Speech
Mr. Daniel Slocum
Mr. Emil Such
Mr. Samuel Thoman, Jr.
Mrs. Margaret Sanders
Miss Wealfha Suydam
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Mr. Thomas Mr. ThursTon
During The pasf year, Mrs. Kohr, chairman
of The FaculTy Social ComrniTTee, displayed
her ThoughTTulness for The TacUITy by organ-
izing diTTerenT social acTiviTies Throughom
FirsT This year on The lisT of TaculTy acTiviTies
was a pofluclc aT The lunch area on SepTem-
ber l8Th, Following The poTlucl4, in Novernf
ber, The P.T.A. held an Open l-louse, during
which parenTs and Teachers became beTTer
Mrs. Hermione Vaughn Mrs. Mary Wegj
AT The scene of The ChrisTmas ParTy, given
on December l2Th and held aT The Ranch
House, Mr. Sitzman was viewed playing The
parT of SanTa Claus. Also Taking parT in
enTerTainmenT, Mrs. Pickus lead The gay and
spiriTed group in Christmas carols.
Having already experienced fun and Tancy
during The year Through The help of The
FaculTy Social CommiTTee, The Teachers are
winding up The school year vviTh a farewell
breakTasT on Their lasT day, June l5Th.
Miss Margaref Fairchild
Miss Vida Williams
Mr. Carl SiTzman
Miss Evelyn Ericson
Mr. Louie HarT
Mrs Lorraine Ladley
Miss Josephine Kunfz
Mr. Ralph Nybakken
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Furs? semester the Sensor Class was
headed by Frank Plan: Presldenf
Dante Sxmn Vice Presudent Amta
Barton Secretary Gary Goodson
Treasurer and Jud: Turner Repor1er
Jud: ns not shown
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A memory us left fo each and every grad of Anfelope Valley
Hugh As we remlnusce The years gone by we know our fondest
memorles wull always lunger There Some fnends we made may
never parT from us, whsle others wnll be thought of as we recall
our happy teen age memornes
Dolores Aguilar Gary Alvns Jeannue Amuck Gary Amo
Ron Avery Carol Ayers Paul Bacon Carolyn Azbnll NOYITVOD 5Gkm0f1f1
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were An ra Barron Judy Turner
John Bennett Jane Lockhefl Gnd
Mar Iyn McLaur n
We luked our teachers and they became our frlends when they treated
as adults and confessed that they were once young too
As we pass Through the halls of A V Hugh forthe lasttume as students
we Take with us always a part of our school unto the challengmg world
Jan Azbull Elusbeth Ballard Joseph Baldus Theo Barker Clyde Baldwrn
Joyce Barker Eddue Barth Annta Barton Bob Barth
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Joebob Beebe Eleanor Blake John Bennett
Pegg: Betts Frederlck Bates Carolyn Brlllngton
Carol Bones Lance Bard
Pearl BFSWTOVI Douglas Blthell Lots Brunberg
Johnny Bowen Lucy Bunker
Richard Boyer Margaret Burleson
Dean Brower Merle Calvert James Bulawsky
Marlorse Carlson Ray Burrow Frances Carter
Kenneth Busknrk Darlene Carter
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Carolyn Coffon John Chandley Charles Chandler Marguarare Cole
Noel Chrisrnan Beverly Cook
Brenda Crawford Lewus Clement Ena Darrlgan Mlchael Cochran
Rlchard Cole Sharon J Davns Rex Cooper
Duane Crandall Louise Deafon
Dnck Dalrymple Loss Del Grosso David Davus Gaul Denny
Ronald DeMarcus Dena Diamant Wnlllam Denny Pafsy Drake
Robert Downs Loretta Dunfsman Clarence Duffleld Thelma Dunn
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Graham Duprau James Falxington
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Bob Fairfield Sharon Ellsworth
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Ronald Large Judith Kimbrel Donald Lowcler Elsa Knight
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James Muller Charlene Lyons
Judy Llewellyn Dflvld Mudd
Frank Ogle Jr.
Hershel Murphy Marnlyn McLaunn Rrchard Murray
Jane Markworth Charles NeeDels Jr Elynor Mason
Carol Mathewson Q, ' Scott Olderich Linda Mead
John Osrigny Ruth Mieger Ernest Paxton
Richard Pengilley Barbara Metz Charles Peterson Peggy Miller
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Daniel Parker Jo Ann Pellizzer Frank Piani Nancy Neumann Kun Pickus
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Beryl Plummer I 5 -- Ffedfl Pigg
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Martin Rodriguez sv,
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Charlotte Seger 'S
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Susa n Thomas
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Annette VanDusen Ronald Wheeler
Raymond Willis Lindo Walks'
Inger Jo Wanserske
MGYY Wehf Joseph Windsor
Sharon White Art Woodard
Anna Dell White
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Robert Benneff James Eorley
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Anno Forde Gene Flue
Gory Echols Mornlyn Hanna
Bob Jackson Doug Hcurgrove
Joan Howef Susan McNevnn
Don Kenthley Ronald McKlm
Elalne Rutter Marilyn Robnnson
Ellen Sclwllz Ronnie Puckett
Earl Penny Sheryl Sieverg
Left To right: Stan Anderson, Sonnie Potthoff, Judy Brown and Jackie Criffield.
Linda Abel Charles Adams
Leo Albrigo Myrna Ackerman
Annetle Adams Bruce Archer
Raymond Atkinson Sandy Anderson
The big evenT which increased The Thrill of finally be-
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coming upper classmen for The iuniors was The ordering
and receiving of Their shiny new rings. Everyone was
well pleased wiTh Their sTriking rnodern design.
Junior day planned by The Junior senaTe and board of
conTrol vwas held November 21. Junior pennanTs were
Sold and a "HarvesT Moon Ball" Topped off The day.
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Bob Hayes, President, Ron Worden, Vice President? Carolyn Miller, Secretary: Madeline Furry, Reporter, and Pat
Of course we can't forget the biggest event of all -
the Junior-Senior Prom. The juniors produced a beau-
tiful setting and the whole evening was a big suc-
cess with the lovely junior queen reigning.
Heading this year's activites for the first semester
was president Stan Andersong and for the second
semester President was Bob Hayes.
Yes, it can be said that eagerness and spirit were
the contributions of this year's Junior class.
Dqvid Bishop Darla Bickmore
Karen Armstrong Bob Baker
Dennis Banto Frances Baines
Charlene Baker David Beardsley
John Behnke Roberta Banks
Bev Bielenberg '
Janice Marie Brown
N' Charles Bonner
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Ronnie Campbell Karen Buckles Ronnie COPD Brenda Buedel Alden Carder Diane Butzke
Borboro Chesser Rollond Clutter Berry Chronusfer Tommy C0015 PG, Bofdmf Gow Covert
Rebeca Beclcwnh Gene Dallachle
Joyce Beasely Junlor rmgs were fhe center of aftenhon for
Bull Davls fhe gurls at the beglnnlng of the year
Penny Davss Glona DeBoIr Claudio Dlclfmson
N9'l Dane' Bull Dobbs Davud Dodge
Judy Dlckrnon Dovrd Doudge
The Junior boys drsployed therr rnngs proudly
throughout the year ond probobly wnll con
nnue to do so even uf o grrl happens to be
Roger Engemonn Don Ferrell
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Le Rose Hicks
The Blackouts entertain during a Junior assembly.
H Idred Jones
Charles Read Chuck Spencer Wayne Homvlton and
Ueofge Mwrchel sung for .lumors
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Berry Lo Frenoye
Two iuniors, Jon Krainock and Nancy Perkins
study chemistry together on the central building
Marlene Luczak Ralph McCrachen Ellen Maag Gerald McGaugathy Florence Markworth Diane Marston
Bob McNevin Mary Martin Marshal Metcger Lois Mafhewson Jim Meyer Sharon McBride
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Walter MOOYS Cl1GflOlT6 MCGill Dennis Moses Claire McKenna Norman Myers Jeanne McMillan
lofmlne M305 Alam NCEUVOVW Nancy Mead Torn Nalarian Carolyn Miller Kenny Nash
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Rose Marie Miller
Nancy Miller Richard Nygaard
Dwayne Oliver Alleen Mulder
Linda Mullett Gary Olson
Sam Ponton Scottie Ogle
Donna Opdyke Dale Rae
Roland Reseck Colleen O'Sullivan
Mary Lou Ross
Jer Str nger
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The Blackouts o Junior combo play for one of the Junior as
semblues The group was headed by Frank Zappa
Ken Tornolf rg
Joe Ta Sh ble
B-arbara Sh ble,
Berry Lou Rucklnger
La Wayne Sufferfueld
Jo Ann Terrell
Pam Van Woean
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Two iournalism students, Karole Bradley and Carol Mcrrs
are shown checking over their copy.
Caroline Weist Buryl Patterson
First Semes'er Sophomore Class officers
are from left to right: Marcia Kloster,
Nadine Reyes, Perry Pulos, Barbara Bal-
Q I lard, and Mary Donlin.
The Sophomore class led a very active schedule during The day's agenda included an assembly held sixth and
this last year. One of the first programs sponsored by seventh periods featuring the "Blackouts." Also included
the Sophomores was one of the many Football Dances in the program were comedy acts which featured twenty
which turned out a success. of our A.V. boys dressed up as girls, daintly throwing
This ambitious class of '59 participated in the promotion daisies.
of the annual swimming party, this party being held at During the exciting Sophomore Day, the "Blaclcouts" set
the swimming pool of A.V.J.U.H.S. and the music com- up their band in the girls' gym for the Sophomore dance.
ing from none other than the ever-present luke-box, The finale of this wonderful day was the big dance that
The high-light of these Sophomore sponsored activities night at the Parkview Elementary School.
was the Sophomore Day which was held January 18th.
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First row, left to right: Timothy Acker, Rihcard Adams, Richard Agor, Don Alderman, Pat Allen, Gina Amos, Allen Andrews, James Anderson, Ann Anderson
MQW Anderson. 2nd row: Joanne Archer, Armstrong, Josephine Arrachea, Mary Aspey, Larry Austin, Barbara Azbill, Jack Babshaw, Clayton Boggett,
Linda Baker, Nancy Baker. 3rd row: Neti Benson, Barbara Ballard, Don Ball, Ronald Ballew, Mike Borden, Linda Bartlett, Carol Bash, George Beale, Thalya
Beaver, Cindy Bechner. 4th row: Bill Bekgaard, Lynn Beshon, Margaret Bell, David Belbill. Sth row: Pam Belvill, Dan Berg, Thomas Bennyman, Carolyn Berthe-
lo' Dorothy Bird, Sharon Bitterman.
Second Semester Officers, left to right are:
Reporter Jerilyn Percell, President Tom
President Wayne Kime, and Secretary
Lyle Treasurer Joyce Donaldson, Vice
As any Sophomore can tell you, this day was truly worth
every bit of effort put forth to bring about this program.
As the first Sophomore Day of this year was a success,
plans were put forth to schedule the second Sophomore
Day of the year.
Never-ending credit and many thanks go to Mr. Ferrell,
the class advisor, and his staff. Throughout the year
they sponsored and helped in the planning of the va-
rious activities, acted as chaperones, kept order during
the assemblies and rallies.
The Sophomore class also gives thanks to Mr. Stevens,
who donated the use of the back of his radio room for
meetings of the class officers.
Class officers for the first semester were: Perry Pulos,
President, Nadine Reyes, Vice-President, Marcey Kloster, N
Secretary, Barbara Ballard, Treasurer, and Mary Donlan,
The second semester officers were:
We know that this class will do equally as well next
year in their Junior Year.
First VOW, left YO VlQlWT1 Pearl Buckman, Cathy Bethell, Monene Bloemendaul, Pat Bodwitz, Hazel Bonner, Margaret Boone, Mary Boos, Sharon Borders, Pat Boat
man, Judy Wood. 2nd row: Sheila Bowers, Terry Bowers, John Bosonike, Ton Boswell, John Bowker, Larry Boyde, Mary Bradley, Vincent Bri ante, Diane Bristol
3rd row: Nelda Brogan, Judy Brown, Kurt Bfock, Don Brown, Ray Brown, Wayne Bonell, Mira Buck, Leland Buck, Joan Buchberger, Annette Budd. 4th row
Barbara Burdick, Charlotte Burks, Darrel Burns, Milton Buss, Bill Beyers, Beth Campell, Eugene Canacly, Daniel Cates, Vicky Clenebts.
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Left to Right-Row lf Curtis Clifton, Martin Chenore, Gerry Cochrane, Maria Cockrum, Bob Cole, James Cole, Maggie Cole, Sandi Cole, Ralph Collinsw
Vernae Collins. Row 2: Jean Colescott, Boyd Cossey, Lcyl Cossey, Gary Combs, Milly Comini, Karrie Conklin, Barbara Cox, Ginger Cox, Joann Cox, -
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Marilyn Cox. Row 3: Pat Crofton, Glen Cranpton, Linda Crane, Jerry Crawford, Mickey Creegan, Roy Cundiff, Phillip Cunningham, Roy Curtin, Mile 'L UV'
Davis, Anna Dapas, Roselle Dapas, Glen Dame, Marshall Darling, Richard Dan, Charles Davis, Frences Defreest, Barbara DeJaynes, Joanne DeJesu, Linda
Delevett, Mike Delgrosso, Marion Delight, , ll-fx
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Left to Right-Row if Lorraine Demarse, Clark DeMarcus Diane Demers, Yvonne Dendinger, Sherry Dickey, Clyde Dickinson, Lester Dietz, Suzie Dinsmore,
Joyce Donaldson, Mary Donlan. Row 21 Bradtore Donoran, Bill Downs, Gaelon Drown, Bob Drudge, Toni Duce, LaJeanne DuFrene, Sharron Dunham, Doris
Duty, Linda Dykman, ouie Edmondson. Pow 31 Chuck Elmer, Conrad Engelharctt, Nancy Erstad, Carol Franci, Ray Estrella, arry Estes, Eddie Evans,
Betsy Elgart, Sharon Edwards, Don Fanquhar. Row 42 Steve Fate, Nancy Fisher, Molly Fitzpatrick, Carol Flanherty, Bethel Fleming, Phil Flick, Paul Foltz,
Diane Fondren, Ted Fowler, arry Fulp.
Left to Right-Row 1: Rosemary Gallardo, Joyce Gam, Art Garcia, Arlin Gardner, Becky Gardner, Mary Gilbreath, Gloria Gilbert, Marie Gilbert, Henry
Giraud, Barb Giseburt, Row 2: Marion Glines, Pat Gloczeske, Linda Goad, Maryanne Good, Kathy Greggs, Richard Gray, Carlo Grosi, Karen Gulbranson,
Joan Gutierrez, Manuel Guerra, Row 3: Jim Guymon, Gary Gallion, Mary Haddock, Carl Hair, Karen Hair, Ronald Hamilton, Blaine Handell, Suzanne
Hanna, Raelene Harris, Patricia Harrison. Row 4: Priscilla Hargrove, Larry Hart, Dave Harvey, Lorna Harvell, Jeanne Haugen, Steve Hazen, Don Hern,
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Left to Right-Row li Dorothy Henderson, Marilyn Hiebert, Patricia Higbee, Wayne Hill, Michael Hoffman, Carolyn Holbert Margaret Holland, Dianna
Holliday, Dorothy Hosler, Jimmy Hoopes. Row 2: Andy Hoopes, Don Holton, Bob Howell Charles Howell, Lillian Hubkey Virginia Huckabee, Joe Huckaby
Allene Huddleston, Don Humphreys, Vance Humble. Row 3: Bob Humes Dorothy Hunter, James ldleman, Rex Jakobosky Beverly James, Florence Jenkins
Joyce Jenne, Sharon Jones, Douglas Jetter, Floyd Johnson. Row 4: Jim Johnson, Pat Jones Joe Jordan Jim Jones Don Jones James Johnson Dave
Jones, Robert Johnson Dick Johnson Ed Johnston
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Left to Right- Row iz Jeanie Johnson, Judy Jones, Sue Jordan, Bertha Jigglebob, Janice Jordan, Bette Junus, Otto Kaiser, Joe Kosamis, Adrienne KGYI,
Alice Keathley. Row 2: Roger Kelly, Gene Kenison, Ethel Kephart, Wayne Kime, Bill King, John Kliewer, Kathie Klingerman, Marcia Kloster, George
Knipping, Virginia Kopaska. Row 3: Nancy Kounce, Kraber Dick, Bettie Kuykendall, Carolynn Kyle, Genel Kyle, Darrell Lafferty, Donna La Fond, Marvin
Lanker, Allen Lamb, Carol Lamy. Row 41 Audrey Lave, Jonas Lamb, Peggy Liggett, Carol Liebert, Tom Lile, Pat Lines.
Lett to Right-Row I1 Dennis Ling, Leldon Little, Donna Lindborg, Claudia Lirussi, Nada Lopossa, Jasfce Lumley, Sandy Lutz, Mdtie MacGibbon, Linda
Maddox, Kathy Maiors. Row 2. Carol Marsh, Carl Markov, Jim Martin, Steve Marvin, Collefye Mggk, Mary Musk, Frqnlf Magseyf Robert Mast, Kathy
Masucci, Karen Maudlin. Row 3: Larry Masucci, Doug McCaled, Ray McCormick, Jim McGechie, Bob MCMullens, J. C. Lamb, Barbura Melhorn, Margaret
McGowan, Susan Meline, Daniel Meeker. Row 41 Loretta Merrill, Janice Middleton, Perry Miller, Gary McBride, Fred Miller, Jerry Miller, Dean Mullican,
Ronnie Monroe, Bonnie Modrell, S. MOOV.
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Left to Right Row l Lily Mollinet Carol Morsefield Pat Morton Mickie Mulligan Mary Murray Gini Murren Don Miriam Robert Navarret Richard
Neal Pahl Nelli Row 2 Sharon Nicklos Mary Norder Jimmy OBrien Carol OConnor Oliver Oliver Gene Olson Violet Orlando Pat Osborn David
Orser Richard Ostergard Row 3 Dennis Oster Joyce Paesano Steve Paine Jack Partain Bobs Payne Edward Payne Roger Pearson Jackie Pechumer
Bob Pengilley John Penrod Row 4 Randall Pennington Don Perdew Andrew Pilmanis Richard Plomowski Janice Porter J Potter Rosalie Preveclello
David Proctor Perry Pulos
Left to Right-Row l: Jerilyn Purcell Mollie Puterbaugh, Karen Ragsdill Carol Rake Linda Rawlings Evelyn Read Wanda Reed, Norman Reed Bernice
Reiter, Jim Reseck. Row 2: Nadine Reyes Jo Rhoads, Barbara Richards Terry Richardson Dave Richie Roger Riott Judith Roach Betty Roberts Bobby
Robinson Maria Romero. Row 3: Martha Ruffoni, Steve Rumpf Karen Rupp Sandy Russell Karen Russo Lynda Russel, Sandy Ruskin Shirley Sain,
Sharon Schedler Johnny Sakaguchi. Row 4: Freddie Salazar Michael Santino Jerry Shannon, Q-x Shibley Lloyd Siats, Carlyn Sievers, Darryl
Simpson, Annette Sims, Helen Singletary Robert Suolund.
Left to Right-Row lf Sandra Schwanekomp, Dean Shaw, Beverly Shaw Kathie Shapple, David Smeiser, Cynthia Smith, Elaine Smith, Jim Smith Roberta
Smith, Robert A. Smith. Row 2: Alex Snouffer, Bob Spalding Carolyn Sparks Margaret Speaks, Earl Specht Leon Stone, Jim Steinert Kay Stephens, Earl
Stevens, John Stewart. Row 3: Robert Stewart, Ann Stivers David Stiers Ronald Stout, Doug Sutton Randall Swenson, John Sylvies, Joe Talkington,
Thomas Taylor Nancy Teters. Row 4: Kenneth Terry, Roy Terry, Milton Thomas, Betty Thomsen, Tom Tillotson Gloria Tucker, Pat Turner Georgetta Tyree,
Lenore Unger, Kerry Upshaw.
Left to right- Row l- Don Vau hn D l
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Linda Ward, Row 2: Jim Watts, Richard Watson, Henry Wayman, Jerry We'9b, Suzy Weir, Patsy Wemple, Lory Went, Betty West, Ralph Wetherington,
Willie Wamp. Rovv 31 Lucille Whitehead, Mike Wible, Joyce Wilfley, Jeanette Willey, Jerry Willey, Judy Wirt, Diane Wisken, Jody Whitler, Jessie Whalover,
larry Whesfner, Carolyn Williams Barhnra Williams. Row 41 Terry Wimberley, Frank Williams, Jim Wilson, Mike Wilson, Linda Wilson, Mary Wilson,
Margie Zehosky, Richard Wilson, Ray Wood, Sam Wolfe, Sam Wolfe, Bud Farnham.
lst Semester Board of Control left
, to right: Row l: Margaret Zehosky, Madine Reyes, Perry Pulos, Mary Donlan, Barbara Ballard. Row 2: Richard
Kraber, Marshia Kloster, John Sakaguchi, Steven Marvin.
2nd Semester Board of Control, left to right: Rovv li Thalya Beaver, Jerilyn Percell, Torn Lyle, Joyce Donaldson, Cathy Bithel, Carol Rakes, Karon Ragesdall,
Joan Gutirrez. Row 2: John Bosonike, Steve Marvin, Wayne Kime, Perry Pulos, Rchard Kraber, Jessie Wholover, Sue Dinsmore.
AV's freshmen have completed their first and prob-
ably their most confusing year of high school.
them to be
one of the
past year at AV, the freshmen, 658 of
exact, have adjusted themselves as well
to high school, developing on their way
most important things of any organiza-
Looking over events of the year, we find more activi-
ties for the freshmen and some dances after the foot-
ball games sponsored by them.
Freshmen counselors this year were Mr. Wrathall
and Mrs. Baldwin. They are always there when the
freshmen are in need of help, whether it is about
Learning early, our freshmen have overtaken two of
their most important steps, team work and school
their programs or personal reasons.
The frosh officers this year were Rudy O'Toole as
President- Judy Tucker as Vice President- Chris
Borden as Secretary' Judy Hassard as Treasurer- and
The Freshmen Welcome helped greatly in getting Hugh Dickle as Reporter
the freshmen acquainted at the first of the year
Left to Right Row 1 Don Abrums Bill Achatz Sandra Ambert Ann Anderson Diana Anderson Kenneth Anderson Louis Anderson Gary Ankrum
Jerry Apperson Loren Archer Row 2 Sandra Arnold Ronnie Ary Russell Athts John Aston Janice Atkenson Bob Atler Dick Avril Ron Ayres S H
Babcock Pat Baines Row 3 Mike Baldus Shirley Baldwin Vickie Baldwin Chris Borden Chuck Barnes Peggy Barrett Beverly Barton John Butler
Linda Baxter Diane Baze Row 4 Bob Beard Vicki Benedict Robert Bennett Gary Berger Nettie Bergman Hugh Bikle Richard Bishop Virginia
Blanchard Sue Blanchard Judy Blondm
Left to Right Row l Carol Bobich Shelta Boggess Shirley Bones Jerry Boone Hal Berg Peggy Bowers Marilyn Box Larry Brqndt-ter Jgnme Bran
Carol Bressman Row 2 Cora Brewton Ron Brigante Elmer Bricker BruceBnlhart Linda Bristol Richard Brodie Jerry Brooks Dtqng Brombly Hunk
Bronstein Walter Brothers Row 3 Alb J
erta Brown omie Brown Jucy Brown Buckner Gary Suzie Bunwell Pam Bunyard Penny Bunyard Don Burdick
James Burkey George Burnett Row 4 Lee Bushard Dave Bryant Donna C II Shar C d J d
a is on ar u y Clemens Mary Camp James Campbell Carolyn
Cannon Nancy Carder Dennis Carnogey
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Draper Max Dreeke Row 3 Pat Drumm Joan Drummond Rtchard Dubtn Davtd Du Botse Rtchard Duhart George Duty Stdney Earley Mrchael Earls
Alfred Ellrott Claudta Ellis Row 4 Eleanor Elman Rtcharcl Engemann Dolores Estrella Vero E
Carol Ftnch David Ftneman
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Gandy Row 2 Gertrude Geter Dave Getslalf Barbara Getser Barbara Grbson Jackte Grbson Norma Gtbson Don Gunn Vtrgte Goodman Janet
Gordon Ronald GfGl'tGm Row 3 Roger Green Carolyne Gregorchuk Vu Gregorchuk Mary Gresham auretta Grtfftn Carolyn Grtfftn Make Gnmes James
Gulbranson Tom Gums Nancy Guthrte Row 4 Lando Hack Charles Haddock Harold Hagemeter Donn Hall Laurence Hall Roberta Hamtlton
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Hegwood Pat Helke Row 2 Jerry Hendrlcks Vurgmla Hemme Edward Hess Karan Hesse Sharon Hewitt Sharon Hnggms Roger Hugh Raymond Hlgh
Cathy Hull Joyce Hutchcock Row 3 Marlorle Hrtte Arlene Hoffman Sharon Hollls Ted Holloway Sharon Holmes Bull Holmes Jum Hooper Pat Hooper
Kenneth Hatton Lamar Hubbard Row 4 Harry Huber Vuctory Huckabee Jeane Hudson Albert Hutford Don Humphreys Hunter Sue Jane Huntmgton
Bud Huntley Rlchard Hurst Robert Hurst
Left to Rlght Row l Jamce Hutchinson Shirley ldleman Gall Jackson Hershel Jackson Mor J k R b
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Jessee Burton John Lmda Johnson Row 2 Sammy Johnson Jackre Jones Mary ones Glono Junell Joyce Kane Bull Keener Jerry Kung Roy Kung
Jack Klrkpotrlck Robert Klem Row 3 Betty Klouda Sharlene Knxckerbocker Valentine Knox Pat Kopaska Jerry Krannock Joan Kugler Pam Kurth Robert
Kurtz John Lucy Ken Landlow Row 4 Jerry Lamoureax Debbie Lampshlre Kenny Lane Stephanle Lane George Langley Steve Latimer Carolyn
Lawrence Lmda Lawrue Lmda Layfleld Barbara Lam
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Sally Luzorraros Lmda La Buono Row 2 Pam Loeb Dnxre Logan Sam Logan Tom Logrecco Joe London Danna Long Janet Lone Mary Long Denms
Lotspeuch Carol Lovelace Row 3 Bonnue Lough Leroy Lukowskl Jnmmy Lutz Rany Lutz Lmda Moog John Macforlone Charlotte MacGubbon Melba
Maduson Gnnger Mahon Arthur Molors Row 4 Judy Markussen Terr M I K
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Mlchael Mules Phrllp Mll Row 3 Russell Mulles Don Mitchell Margaret Moffatt Sandy Morne Georgrana Molseve Karen Mohlung Karen Molucek
Douglas Monroe Barbara Mooneyham Martha Ann Moore Row 4 Nancy Moore Rob tM
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Ruby Murphy Rebecca Myhan Jean Nash Margaret Nentzel
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Ormerod Jerry Ortega Row 2 Rudy OToole Clifford Owens Clifton Owens Judy Owungs Erskune Pannter Velma Panr Jeannne Parks Mnlton Parker
Hazel Posh Rnchard Patterson Row 3 Ruta Patterson Dan Payne Joellen Peak Danny Pearson Jan Pedrow Sandro Pandley Ruchard Penrod Wlllram
Perkuns Pat Pennell Carl Peters Row 4 M l P
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Elaune Palos Edward Quatre Row 2 Eddie Quattlebaum Roy Rames Denms Rannwater Shlrley Rake Fred Ramos Dons Rathbun John Rayk
Reader Louellyn PGY Ben Reed Row 3 l-Irtdfl Reedy James Redrser Davld Rehmonn John Remhardt 9 Pxx Reese Larry Replogle Chuck Rhodes
Betty Race Dennrs Rtce Julian Race Row 4 Joyce Rutchue Vrckue Ricks Stanl R d
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Morgue Sexton Dennns Shaffer Row 4 Fran Shannon Dnana Sharp Marulyn Sherlock Jean Sherwood Duxre Shnbley Ruth Shlelds Clark Shrpp Eddle
Shupley Carolune Shlpley Doreen Shrpley
Left to Rrght Row l Glenda Snmpson Jorene Suenger Charles Skunner Elna Shov Karen Sanders Judy Sloan Jean Slater Pat Slaton Bob Slocum Bob
Smalley Row 2 Bob Spelr Gary Srntth Glenda Smlth Larry Smith Vlvlon Smrth Don Smuth Elmer Smoogen Margarrta Satele Nancy Southworth
Marla Spendel Row 3 Sandra Spratt Judy Spruell Carol Staley Tum Staley Ronme Steel Dora Stephens Cathy Stewart Pamela Stewart Patty Stoner
Larry Stnckland Row 4 Ronme Stefancuch Walt Stopsku Kenny Sutton Lucvlle Sweesy Bull Swmey Brenda Sylvna Larry Taylor Veron Taylor Davud
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Tomosada Judy Trayer Row 2 Bull Trotter Judy Tucker Ronald Tucker Wayne Tucker Larry Tuton Sgon Tuttle Bnll Van Doren Terr Van Horne Ann
Vanlandlngham Donna Vaughn Row 3 Johnny Venteenne Ernest Vogt Lnnda Waldrum Dennrs Walley Edwin Waller Andy Wamgley Sandra Wamsley
Kelly Wrlkerson Bob Watkms Judy Watkms Row 4 Jesse Watters Grant Wense Susan Weldon Sharon Wendler Rnchard West Potty Whute Wanda
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Eilngeiirtst able lea e' shi our two Student
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T st, X nder l year. fpon ith , captain of our
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JT .u 'o ers helping our presidents. First
sem rio icers were: Vice President, Ron
Puckelttg Secr tary, Ann Anderson, and Treasurer,
Janet Dwyer. During the spring, officers were:
Vice President, Kurt Pickus, Secretary, Janet
Dwyer, and Treasurer, Russell Wolfe.
lst Semester President
The Board of Control, under the sponsorship of
Mr. Abe Loewen, had the responsibility of ap-
proving assemblies and activities for the Student
Body, They considered many suggestions offered
by the faculty and students to plan an enioyable
year at AV.
One of the rnost important boards at AV was the
Merit Board. Headed by Jeanine Amick and
Shawnie Leonard, first and second semester
presidents, respectively, the girls kept track of
tardiness, unexcused absences, merit grades, and
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Composed of o student representative from every Presided over by Chief Justice B by Smith and
first period class, the Student Senate provided a
link between the Student Body and the Board of
Control and Administration. The Senate worked
on the campus cleanup problem as well as other
problems brought up by the Administration and
the Student Body. The meetings were presided
over by Ben Hayes.
The Leadership Class, advised by Miss Ericson,
consisted of Student Body officers. In this class
they learned parliamentary procedure and they
also had time to hold meetings and perform
.their duties. This class enabled AV to have very
Ben Hayes, first and second semesters respec-
tively, the Student Court dealt with the school
law violators. '
The Social Committee planned all of the main
activities of the year. Ron Puckett was head of
The combined efforts of the Girls' and Boys'
Leagues brought days of fun to AV. They spon-
sored Luggage Day, Yo Yo Day, and Mum Day.
Behind the scenes of all assemblies worked the
Assembly Committee who planned and sched-
2nd Semester President
lst Semester Board of Control, lst row, left to right:
Robert Smith, Ann Anderson, Dawn Cook, Janet
Dwyer, Jean Amick. 2nd row, left to right: Don
Keithley, Ronald Puckett, Dick Murray.
Treasurer Janet Dwyer, President, Don Keithley,
Vice President Ronnie Puckett, and Secretary Ann
Anderson of the lst Semester Student Body.
Lett to right seated: Aram Naiarrian, Tom Lyle,
Carol Miller, Pat Cunningham, Marilyn Robinson,
Dawn Cook, Qobert Hayes, Barbara Cox. Standing
lett to right: Jessie Wolover, Doug Sutton' Tom
SECOND SEMESTER BOARD OF CONTROL:
Left to right, Row I, Shawnie Leonard, Frank Piani
Anita Barton. Row ll, Russell Wolfe, Ann Dahlitz
Jule Bishop, Janet Dwyer, Sue Ray, Dick Huntley
Torn Naiorian. Row Il: Kurt Pickus, Doug Hairgrove
Bill Hicks, Ben Hayes, Mr. Abe Loewen.
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS:
Janet Dwyer kept the minutes of the meetings very
ably for the second semester, Russell Wolfe, treas-
urer, kept the books straight and the budget bal-
anced, Frank Piani, President, led the Board of Con-
trol and the Student Body through a terrific second
semester, and Kurt Pickus, Vice-President, headed
the Social Committee and the Student Senate with
Ann Dahlitz, Ben Hayes, Bill Hicks, Shawnie Leon-
ard, and Tom Nalarian do some of their studying
during the Leadership class, which is for the help
of the elected Student Body officers.
y n erson Amta Barton Ethel Budd Sue R y J an Tomucr h Row Il Russell Wolfe Donna
Vaughn lrsbeth Ballard Jan Photon Dorothy Draper Janet Dwyer Judy Brown Shawnxe Leonard Row Ill Tom Nagaruan Carrol Healy
Duck Huntley Jo n Dennett John Bulawsky Row IV Rudy OToole Doug Harrgrove Ben Hayes Ill Frank Plan: Steve Hendrux Drck Murray
rlght ow Joan Gutrerrey Sand A d
Left to rrght Row Jule Blshop Ann Harper Sally Sfandley Donna Opdyke Joell n Peak Karen Garnegan Judy Tucker Jessre Wholaver
Pat Hawkrns Rcy Lo ellyn Marlon Carlson Lesle Carlson Row ll Larnlyn Tate Lorene Patcken Marllyn Robinson Ann Dahlltz, Dwan Cook,
Karln Hesse Sandy Lutz Ruchard Demrnelrnarer Glenda Smlth. Row Ill, Robert Roe, Ch I ' n Bill Hicks Joebob
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"Double, double, toil and trouble." This line from Mac-
beth could well be the byword for the Sandpaper Staff.
The paper came out periodically with the combined et-
torts of its able Staff. Endless time was put forth, but
its appreciation bythe students made it all worth while.
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SAND PAPER STAFF:
Left TO fight: Row I, Barbara Haaerneier, Bonnie Selvidge, Carole Ayers
Judie Lacey. Row 2, Diane Fcnaren Charlotte Seger, Virginia Welbuf.
D Pow 3, Alice Schriever, Terr-,f Hee Sheryl Seivers.
Credit is due to the editor Doug I-lairgrove for his inter-
est in the management of the paper. Marie Holt acted
as assistant Editor. The Staff succeeded in various iour-
nalistic endeavors. The paper reported all events of
past, present, and future interests keeping the students
of AV well informed.
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Together, the staff worked continuously to meet their
deadlines and at the same time to bring forth more in-
teresting and exclusive editions. Few of Us realize just
how much work is involved in publishing Q newspaper.
With just a little over a week before each publication to
arrange interviews, write the news articles, and meet
the deadline, the staff is constantly at work.
Putting forth their precious Time and hard work, teaming toget-
her as one big family, our Yucca staff otters to you the beauti-
ful 1957 Yucca.
Guiding them along the way was the Yucca advisor, Mr. Ralph
Nybakken, and Editor-in-Chief, Jule Bishop.
Yucca Statters had a big iob and many necessary deadlines to
meet. Time and efficiency were their most treasured objects.
The Staff has known hours and hours ot work, innumerable
headaches, and many hearty laughs. A visit to the Yearbook
House in Monrovia was made by Staff members to further their
knowledge onthe procedure ot yearbook publishing. They
learned how to put what you wanted into yearbook form.
The photography was done by King's Photography with the help
of Student Photogrphers, Bob Fairfield and Mike Price. The Pic-
tures have been somewhat enlarged over last year.
YLJCCA STAFF Lett to right Row l Judy Westover Judy Turner, Bonnie Selvidge, Barbara MacDonald, Madeline Furry, Ronald Hassard. Row
II Bob Tom lowitz K tty Pr ce Earlene III an Marilyn Rob nson Jane Merriman, Milly Cobargo, and Dick Dalrymple.
Carol Ayers Bob Fairfield Loyono Twin
Business Manager Photographer Cgpy Editor
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Publishing, as in The pasT, was done by The sTafT of The
Yearbook House, Monrovia, California.
The Yucca STaTf has had The inconvenience of working in very
limifed quarters This year Tor rnany long hours, but Through The
combined eTlorTs of The editors: Carol Ayers, Business Manager,
Pat Cunningham, Art Editor, Keith Cable, Sports EdiTor, Bob
Fairfield, PhoTographer, Lori TruiTT, Copy Editor, Marilyn Hanna,
Captions Editor, and Mike Price, AssisTanT Editor and Photog-
rapher, They finally sent The book To The publisher. As The lasT
picture and The last piece of copy was sent, a gasp and a cheer
could be heard from The Yucca Roorn.
We give you The Nineteen-hundred TifTy-seven Yucca!
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Keith Cable, Sports Editor, works diligently to finish copy Tor the Sports Section. The setting of the Sports Qcorn provides a perfect atmosofe e o
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Caption Editor Adv sor
lr fa rglt Row ' Joyce Schwalce Ann SYIVCVS Pearl Brew on Aluce Ca srngharn Dorothy Draper Roberta Smlfh Jule
B lvop Pow ll Lrnda Raplee Harriett Wilson Pat Reed Pat Cunningham Larllyn Tate Barbara Shipley Kathy Malors
Row lll Barbara Duper, Lynda Mullen Joyce Goode Row IV Jerry Shannon Bull Dow D
ns :ck Kraber Johnny Sakaguchr
Conrad Engelhardr Dennrs Hughes
WONOP SCJ IETY
to r Pow l Dorothy l-losler Gall Denny Becky Gardner Nancy Meaa Coralee .lennlngs ,loan Tornuclch Sally
Qnnrlley Mary Frances Aspey Row ll Barbara Cox Carolyn Bervhelof Barbara Burdrck Barbara Chesser Brenda Buedel
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HONOR SOCI TY
Left ro rlglwr Row I Vrrglnra Kopaska Judnh K Epley Susue Drnsmore Margaret Bell Lnllran Hubkey Susan Melune
Row ll Jeesue Wlwolaver Marcra Kloster Claudra Lrrussu Jo Rlfmoads Charlene Baker Lunda Tranfharn Myrna Ackerman
Joan Sagray Row Ill Roy Curnn Charles Crow Wulluam Byers Ronnre Levrs Dante Sum: Davud Krehbrel Tom Boswell
Chuck Brrnk Baby Srnrfh
:mf Row I Snawne Leonard Rwh Wllls Nancy Esllcx Carol Ann Morse eld Row ll Lows Brunberg Barbara
llard Maroflfe MCGOwcn Snaron Nlcklos Bonne ldefll Sue Ray Anna Barfor OW III Beth Campbell Tony Doce
nne cl' Da e Jsken rsberh Rallard f- ce Qclwrlever Anna bell Whl S raw IV Gary Echcls Kurt Prckus Denrne
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To gain Honor Society membership you must have IO
points. Eight in which you earned from passing subiects
with an A or B average. This entitles you to an Honor
Society pin, all its privileges. and to have unsupervised
studying. If you maintain membership for six semesters,
two in which are in your senior year, you become a life
member and receive the lamp of life membership pen
and the California Scholarship Federation seal on your
Quill and Scroll is a chapter of the National Quill and
Scroll organization composed of Scholastic hugh school
Journalists Sandpaper Staff members are qualified for
membership after obtaining 50 inches of copy in any
newspaper It is a great honor to be recommended for
this organization. It requires outstanding Literary
achievements. With the guidance of Mr. Ralph Nybakken,
they have worked on different Literary proiects, with the
assistance of Doug Hairgrove, president of Quill and
This year the radio production group put on a variety of
programs, alternating during the week with: "Meet the
Faculty," "Disiockey Program," "Fashions," and "Inter-
viewing the Class Rooms They spent the first semester
getting ready for the broadcasts while the boys gym
was being built After Christmas they started broadcast
ing from the new boys gym They put on a lot of inter
esting half hour programs every day this year under
the guidance of Mr A Stevenson
Left to right Clifton Richards Lee
Buck Betty Ruckmger Donna Cord
Peggy Summers Keith Cable
Left corner to right Pat Cunningham Madeline
Furry Chuck Koertge Jule Bishop Marilyn
Hanna Bonnie Selvldge Jon Krainock Diane
Fondren Mike Price Alice Pappas Judy Lacy
Sheryl Sievers Virginia Wilbur Linda Turton
Marie Holt Charlot Seger Doug Hairgrove
Alice Schriever Bill Wtlder
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Corps has achieved high honor among the va-
rious organizations here at A.V. Under the very
capable direction and sponsorship of Mr. Thomas
and the fine leadership ofthe officers, the Cadet
Corps helped build strong moral character in
The officers were, from left to right-Row l, lst Lt. Russell
Wolfe, lst Lt. Bob Forbes. Row 2, Capt. Kenneth Tompkins,
lst Lt. Walter Kern, Lt. Col. Gary Amo, Maior Charles Berg-
strom, lst Lt. Don Lancaster, and Sgt. Lynn Clifton,
Left to right-Row l, Sgt. Gardner, Cpl. Otto Kaiser, Cadet lst class Carl Markov, Sec. Lt. Marshall Darling, Sec. Lt. David Fineman, Cpl. Lester
Dietz, lst Sgt. Ray Lampe, Cadet Mike Hoffman, Cpl. Ronnie Levis, Cadet Mike Russell. Row 2, standing, Leonard Frye, Cpl. Ray Brown, Cadet
lst class Jimmy Hoopes, Cpl. Marshall Metzgar, Cadet Clyde Cochran, Cadet Julian Rice, Cadet Lee Bushard, Cadet Bud Smalley, Cadet Tom
Wilson, Cadet Ran Yates, Cadet Ronnie Yates, Cpl. Gene Dallachie. Row 3, Cadet lst class Jerry Moore, Cpl, Robert Fredlund, Cpl. Andy
Hoopes, Cadet Roy Mosley, Cpl. David Todd, Cadet lst class Mathew Spot, Cadet lst class Milton Buss, Cadet Donald Simpson, Cadet Jimmy
Left to right-Raw l, Cadet Nathan Robeson, Cadet James Gulbranson, Cadet Kent Cook, Cadet Kit Carson, Sgt. Gerald Gibbs. 2nd Lt. Bill
Green, Sgt. Michael Santino, Cadet Mike Huttord, Cadet John Reinheardt, Cadet B. McPhatl, Cadet David Dietz, Cadet Victor Yedid, Cadet
Dennis Darrow, Row 2, 510,-tdtng, Jack Kirkpatmk, Sgt, Arthur Mansfield, Cadet David Fineman, Cadet Tom Barryman, Cadet David Du Boise,
Cadet Larry Smith, Cadet Ray Mooley, Cadet Don Abrams, Cadet Melvin Preter, Cadet Robert Stevens, Cadet Mike Grimes, Cadet Dave
Thacher, Cpl. Richard Agar, Cadet COVWG43 Dflftton Row 3, Cadet Tom Mulligan, Cadet Ronald Dallachie, Cadet Marvin Clements, Cadet Eddie
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This yeor the Lettermen were obly led by Don Keith-
ley, Vice-President, John Bennett, Secretory, Ted
Uyedo, President, Donte Simi, Treosurer, ond Ron
Worden, Sergeont-ot-Arms, This lost yeor The Letter-
rnen sponsored The "Cor Check", took core of The
concessions ot the Footboll Gomes, sponsored The
Twins Boll on Jonuory loth, ond one of The most
importont octivities wos the Grornrnor School Bose
ketboll Tournornent on Februory 22nd ond 23rd.
They hove done o Terrific iob ond oll of us here ot
AV hope They keep up The good work.
right, Row 1, John Riley, Carroll Heoley, Ron Worden, Bob Tommey, Dick Murroy, Fronk Pioni, John Bennett, Mitch
Dick Huntley, Wes Serfoss. Row ll, Jim Riley, Dennis Ekimoto, Bill Rime, Grohom Duprou, Bob Moog, Donte Simi, Gil
Moss, Gil McElroy, Gil Quiepo, Jim Miller, Ed Boswell, Dove Wininger. Row Ill, Jock See, Lorry White, Ecirl Griffin, Bob Borth, Chuck Story,
Arom Noiorion, Cliff Jordon, Fred Morton, Mike Goecter, Bob Smith, Bob Donlcn, Lorry Yingling, Don Keithley. Row lV, Tom Lil, Deon Hoges,
LETTERMEN: Left to
Upshow, Bill Hicks,
Gory Goodsen, Ben Hoyes, Chorles Chaney, Jim Eorley, Chorlie Spencer, Fred Thomos, Ron Puckett.
LETTERMEN: Left to right: Pow I, Pot Lines, Ron Jackson, Bob Rudesill, Bob Tomilowitz, Tom Noriorion, Dick Huntley, Dove Wininger, Gory
Fscher, John Toylor, Row Il, Dick Vensel Corlo Grossi, Bob Jordon, Lorry Estes, Donte Simi, John Rotliff, lorry White, Gil Moss, Gary MC-
Bride, Brent Corder, Row III, Doug Sutton, Fred Miller, Bob Howell, Jock See, Don Davis, Perry Pulos, Romney Long, Fred Morton, Mike
Goecter, Bill Hicks, Ed Boswell, Ron Puckett.
USHERETTES: Left to right, Row I, Mrs, Janet Sturtevant, Naomi
Stiers, Pat Cunningham, Madeline Furry, Gail Denny, Myrna Acker-
man, LeRose Hicks, Nancy Eslick. Row Il, Miss Evelyn Ericson, Judy
Davis, Jane Lockhart, Barbara MacDonald, Helen Colfman, Coralee
Jennings, Bonnie Ideal, Barbara Griffin, and Jan Rhoton.
KNIGHTS: Left to right: Bob Smith, Jim Riley, Don Keithley, Carrol
Healy, Ben Hayes, Wes Serfoss, Dick Murray, Gary Goodson, Ron
Worden, Chuck Story, Bob Donlan, Frank Piani, John Riley, Gil
Queipo. The Knights are one of the wonderful service clubs on the
PROJECTIONISTS: Left to right, Tom Surber, James Miller,
Jerry Moore, Andy Hoops, Sharon Dunham, John Mulligan,
Mr. David Brunberg, Clyde Cochran, Bruce Johnson, Dennis
Darrow, Chuck Brink.
Do you know them? Don"r admit it! Our gay Barber Shop
Quartet was part of the "Portraits in Make-Up" assembly.
Sfudenfs enioy a Pep Rally on the from
lawn led by cheerleaders Bev Wade and
These seven Senior bavhing beauties seem to be enjoying
ihemselves af The Senior Playday,
Dave Wininger, Gary Goodson, and Ron
Pucker! seem to be enjoying their "pro-
PARTIES AND PLEASURES
Alumni Day started out with the Student Welcome
to all the Alumni, also with the selling of pennants
and pom poms. During the day the students put on
an assembly, and that night their was a Football
game and later on that evening an Alumni Dance
with all alumni and students invited.
The Seniors had an assembly to receive their Senior
iackets and sweaters, and were given both lunch
periods for a dance. That evening at the football
game the Antelope Valley Band performed during
half-time for the Seniors. After the game the Seniors
sponsored a dance which was enioyed by all.
The Christmas Ball was an exciting event for every-
one under the theme of "Winter Paradise." The
music was supplied by Bob Teeters and his band.
The Twins Ball was sponsored by the Lettermen's
Club. All the students went dressed alike, such as
little boy and girl outfits, etc.
Next was the Backward Boot Ball sponsored by the
Maiorettes. The dress was school clothes and every-
one had a real nice time. The music was supplied
by Earl Williams and his band.
The Junior-Senior Prom was a glorious event, put on
by the Juniors for the Seniors, which was held in
Furnishing spirit for the football and basketball games at
home and away were the cheerleaders Renee Rumble,
Cathy Lessing, Ann Dahlitz, Carolyn Arnold, and Bev
The Songleaders practice for one of the many bGSkStbCll
games at which they performed. Working-out their rou'
rines for the football games,roo,were:Armitta Lewis,
Diane Williams, Eudean Herring, Carol Rake, and Pat
Usherettes, a service club, has become an outstand-
ing organization around A.V.'s campus. The twenty
girls who make up the membership are seen at
Football games showing people to their seats in
the grandstands, directing parents at Open House,
and dressed in flowing formals ushering people to
their seats at Community Concerts.
The Honor Society membership consists of students
who have a high scholastic rating. To become a
Here Honor Society initiates dress as
little girls and boys. Playing in the
mud was one of the many things that
these cute children were found doing
throughout the day of the initiation. The
games they played were many and l'm
sure some quite embarrassing moments
occurred. But all was in fun and now
they are full fledged members of the
member they have to meet the requirements as well
as have the faculty's approval.
The maiorettes' initiation included a slumber party.
the initiates having to sleep on the floor. Friday
morning the initiates came to school dressed as
babies and were covered with limburger cheese.
They also had to eat garlic and at the end of the
week had to take the rest of the girls out to dinner.
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sweet little girl she is.
These lovely A.V. girls are showing their
finery to the Yucca photographer. Ap
parently the Usherette initiation isnt
taking up too much of their time be
cause broom flying lessons are being
given in the foreground. After their
aeronautics lessons, I'll bet they will
find the bar-b-que following the initia
"Mama I want my bottle," was a very
popular saying during the Maiorettes
initiation. Dorothy Draper takes her bot
tle like a good girl, and Marilyn McLau
ren comments on her wonderful be
havior. Marilyn Robinson patiently
awaits her turn and hopes that there
will be enough left. Shy and very red
faced is Judy Stout, looking like the
The A.V. Big A held their annual initiation January
25. lt was a formal initiation with special events
taking place during the day for the girls. Require-
ments for Big A members are 250 sports points and
50 service points.
The Girls' Athletic Association held their annual for-
mal initiation again early this year. As usual, there
was the customary signing of the scrapbook.
A.V.'s Future Farmers of America held their annual
intiation on October 5 with Mr. Bill Galliher acting
as advisor. The 80 greenhands, which were initiat-
ed, came to school dressed as farmers' daughters,
wearing field boots, make-up, and other items. A
formal initiation was held the same night in the
high school auditorium.
A formal initiation was held by the Big
A this year. Among those to become
members were Barbara MacDonald,
Mary Morris, Diana Hefferon, Toni Ben-
son, Annett Van Dusen, Betty Baker,
Roberta Rudesill, Debbie Kayz, Dawn
Cook, Amelia Carbarga, Frances Shrop-
shire, Pat Reed, Carolyn Arnold, Anita
Barton, Jean Hunsicker, Anna Watts.
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Signing the GAA scrapbook is Elane
Ritter. Waiting patiently for their turn
are Nancy Pettit and Nancy Stafford.
Looking on are GAA Cabinet members
Anna Watts, Anita Barton, Toni Benson
and Diana Hefferon. This scene is taken
from part of the formal initiation that
was held by the Girls' Athletic Associa-
Here FFA President Joebob Beebe pre-
sides over the meeting in which new
members rceived their formal initiation.
During the informal initiation the initi-
ates had to dress as girls and polish the
shoes ofthe old members, and do what-
ever they were commanded by their su-
F.H.A. OFFICERS: Left to right,
Row I1 Nancy Teefers, Jessie
Wholaver, Marlene Luczak,
Evelyn Tensfeld, Thalya Beaver,
Glenda Simpson, A n n e t t e
Simms. Row ll: Lila Smelser,
Colleen O'Sullivan, Harriett
Wilson, Linda Sieck, Shirley
Hill, Mickey Mulligan.
Capable and efficient are the key words
of all officers. Executive officers are
Dovie Love, Melissa Kraber, Shirley Hill.
The senior officers are, Evelyn Tensfeld,
Lila Smelser, Harriet Wilson, Marlene
Luzcak, Crisceda Brumbach, Na ncy
Teters, Thalyci Beaver, and Colleen
O'Sullivan. The Junior officers are, Judy
Markuesen, Jessie Wholaver, Annette
Sims, Glenda Simpson, Margaret Degur-
see, Marie Mulligan, Joyce Worley, and
F.H,A. girls work on sewing protects in
their Hornemoking class.
To start off this year the officers of the
Future Farmers of America are: Presi-
dent, Joebob Beebe, Vice President,
Lewis Clement, Secretary, Terry Pyle,
Treasurer, Bob Reeder, Reporter, Troy
Kirth, and Senate, Guy Cosey.
Their leaders of Agriculture classes and
the Future Farmers of America Chapter
are Mr. John Pat Gary head of Agricul-
ture and Mr. Wylie Day, Mr. Warren
Houghton, Mr. Sam M. Dolber, and Mr.
Bennett Freey who is new this year.
FFA. President was Joebob Beebe.
FFA. students watch as Bill
Dobbs slaughters one of his
s'eers af'er soending about a
year raising lf.
FFA. officers of the year were
Troy Kirth, Bob Reeder, Joebob
Beebe, Lewis Clement, and Guy
The FHA and Home Economucs leaders for 1956
57 are Mrs Zelma Goben head ot the Homemakung
department and Mrs Maruorue Kloster and Muss
Thus year s new offucers and theur enthusuastuc group
of F H A ers started the year off wuth an enormous
amount of support for theur Chrustmas card sale
November 15 was one ofthe hugh lughts ofthe year
On thus nught the oftucers ot 1956 57 saud theur vows
and were unstalled Pot luck was served before un
stallatuon Thus event took place un the Home Eco
The FH A us also tryung to elect a Queen tor the
FH A and FFA dance that wull be held later un
A I an
One of the many actuvutues of the F H A gurls us makung
clothung for the Antelope Valley Four Here you see cloth
ung and food they entered
Many of the gurls made formals thus year for the dufferent
events that came up
The FH A Queen was Lunda Sueck
Actuvxtues of the FFA boys through the year are fund good animals that wxll make good show stock
The Antelope Valley Fanr three ludgtng traps the IH the Farr to come In September They all work
Great Western Livestock show an Los Angeles Kel hard to get the animals In good show shape and
logg s and State funals the rrght welght
Every year the boys go around the valley trying to
The F F A Kung of the year and annual dance
was Lawayne Sutterfueld i
One of the prolects of the Future Farmers IS making
bulldlngs Here they are rebulldlng thenr anlmal stalls at
the fatr grounds
Here are many Future Farmer Boys showing their calves
at the An elope Valley Far These calves are one of
, many th ngs they false throughout the year
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One of The morn attractions forthe group us the Antelope Volley Four ond the
trup to the Great Western Lnvestock show an Los Angeles
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Betty Hock Presndent Vuc
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Secretory Noncy Perknns re surer
Jeanne Lowson Reporter ond Col
lette Mask Watch Dog
The Formerettes were proud of
thevr sweaters thus year s
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This year proved to be a colorful one
around campus with such colors as coral,
aqua, and mint green dominating. One
of the most casual styles for girls was
the matching skirts and sweaters in both
slim and flared skirt styles. For the boys
the ever popular V neck sweaters and
plaid sport shirts with peggers and cords
came into view. This was definitely a
fashionable year for AV
Jon Krainock and Floss
Ken Berglund and Ann Dahlitz
Sally Stanley and Bill Dov s
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GIRLS GLEF CLUB lst Row left to rnghf W Wneger B Amos E Wlmfehecd P Orsborn M Boon J Atkinson
G Amos M Former R Anderson R Ryburn R Prevedello C Prevedello B Kosperson 2nd Row leftto right
Gorrlson M Hcckworth E Smxth J C ll s G Ty ee J K gl M B lc L Wilson L Leoth E Jensen
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This year under the direction of Mrs. Hermione
Vaughan, the A Cappella and Girls' Glee Clubs
did their first appearance for the P.T.A. as a
Christmas program. The Girls' Glee sang "No
Candle Was There and No Fire," the A Cappella
sang an old coventry carol called "Lullay Than
Little Tiny Child," and "God Be With You."
In the Spring Concert there were T70 singers
that included the A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee,
Boys' Glee andthe Cirls' Chorus.
This year the A Cappella Choir and Boys' Glee
went down to the University of Southern Califor-
nia for a Music Festival to represent AV. About
l8,000 students of the University of Southern
California participated in festivals of this type
Festival at Holywood High in May. The new uni-
form for the Girls' Glee was a cornflower blue
sweater with a slim black skirt. They wore them
for the first time last year at the same Music
The A Cappella Choir looks forward to the Music
Festivals and trips Mrs. Vaughan plans for them
throughout the year. Their robes that they wear
on their trips are maroon with white trim.
The Boys' Glee dress is dark blue ia'ckets with
light color slacks. When the boys are in their
group singing, they look terrific and they sound
We are proud to say that these vocal groups
represent our school with pride
The Girls Glee also represented AV in the Music
Rowl left to right Mable Macgibbon Joyce Lumbey Ann Howell Charles Bonner Russ Klrngerman Bruce Miles Cal Calvert James
McGee Judy Brown Margie Fvfmef Mow Joy Thelmc D-mn BH' Hvggeft Row ii ief to fight Diane shuts oenei Kyle Pat orsbom
Evelyn Biscayart Sam Ponton Charles Reid Alfred Elliott John Franklin Leroy Ayrlo Wayne Lyles Hasel Bonner Nancy Erstcid Amanda
Kasperson Beverly Kasperson Row Ill left to right Theo Barker Diane Marston Beverly Shaw Barbgfg Payne Marie Mulligan Harry
Bumgardner Charles Spencer Jonas Lamb Wayne Kime Bill Reilly Pat Diutsman Kgfhy GrEgQS Carolyn Thompson Pow IV left to
right Nada Lapossa Georgin Dekom Myrna Ackerman Kathleen Klingermcn Jane Lockhard Don Gasline David Todd Cliffard Jordan
Richard Nygaard Rudy Otoole Penelope Rich Brenda Buedil Dora Beale Donna Grlffrn
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Sweet strains of sott music, gay re-
trains ot lively music, and somber
tones of dramatic music float across
the morning air. All of this is being
produced by the AV orchestra and
its most important part, Mr. William
H. Ballard, the director.
The orchestra made themselves
known around school this past year
by putting on halt ot the Spring Mu-
sic Department Festival and playing
the overture from the musical 'iOkla-
On March 23rd, the orchestra came
out with a Superior rating at the Dis-
trict Music Festival here at AV. The
approximate titty members then
traveled to the Regional Festival at
San Diego, where they played very
well, as per usual.
We are very proud ot the orchestra,
and we know they will do as well
next year as they have done in the
This year the AV Pep Band was under the direc-
tion of Mr. Warren Turner. The students in Pep
Band furnished a real feeling of spirit for the
Pep Rallies and the basketball games. One of
the windiest, most exciting events for the Pep
Band was the day they furnished the music for
the assembly at which the Rev. Bob Richards
The Pep Band consists of members of the Senior
Band that wish to play for the assemblies pep
rallies and basketball games when the Senior
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Band doesn't play.
Formed also from the Senior Band is the Brass
Choir which has trombones, horns, comets, sousa-
phones., and all other brass instruments. Another
group is the Woodwind Choir, made up of reed
instruments such as clarinets, flutes, oboes, and
other instruments of the same type. These groups
performed at the Music Festival here at AV and
they did an excellent lob Our congratulations go
to these terrific music groups for the splendid
performance throughout the year
PEP BAND left to right Row I Carolyn Griffin Roberta Smith Toni Roy CUnd,ff Phtl Flick Johnny Elgmofo Clyde Dtgkmson Mme Cochran
Duce Balatne Handel Gary Echols Eddie Barth Bill Downs Bob Hughes Row lll Robert A Smith Barry Wqll Paul Wolfe Alyce Schrtevef Paul
Ernest Thomas Richard Lindsay .lim Berberich Dick Kraber Row ll Scarf Bob Downs Mr Warren Turner
Steve Marv n Bonnie Wolfe Davd Randel Norman Hayes Jon Krainock
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23rd, which was a big success for them. They put on their annual Spring Concert, which was enjoyable for the many people who attended.
This year, as last yeor, Lizbeth Ballard led the AV Senior Marching Band through the football season with greot success. In November
the Band went to All-Western Band Review at Long Beach and tied for 3rd place with the Arcadia Indians in Class A. Our congratulc
tions to the Band for presenting a wonderful year.
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Left to right Bobbi Metz Kathy Herbert Robert Smith David Doich Chan Chandler Earl Griffin Larry Turner Barry Wall Margaret Speaks Marco
Kloster Lynn Rolfe Sandra Richards
The AV High School Senior Band under the direction of
Mr. William H. Ballard, was a success again this year.
Every student of AV has reason to be proud of this Band
Working two periods a day, the Band put on excellent
as we all are.
Through great respect for Mr. Ballard, the Band works
hard to put on a good performance and makes a gOOd
impression on everyone, no matter where they may be.
Working two periods a day, the Band put on exclelent
half-time activities for the football games,
For some time before the All-Western Band Review,
they marched up and down Lancaster Blvd. trying to
perfect their ranks, files, and diagonals, while playing
"Burst of Trumpets." They were rewarded when they
went to Long Beach for the Band Review and received 3rd
place in Division A, tying with Arcadia High School.
The climax for the first semester marching season came
when the Band put on the half-time for The CIF Semi-
final game against Downey here on the AV playing
field. The next night was the Annual Christmas Parade
with Santa Claus and all.
To begin the second semester they practiced concert
music vigorously for the District Music Festival, which
was held here at AV for the first time on March 23rd.
This made all the band members proud to represent
Next they presented their very successful Annual Spring
Concert, playing such numbers as "Emblem of Unity,"
"High Tor," "ElSO'S PfOCession to the Cathedral," "Aller-
seelen," and many others.
Chosen Houtstanding Senior Girl ancl Boy in Senior Band"
were Lisbeth Ballard and Earl Griffin. Our congratula-
tions to Mr. Ballard, Mr. Turner, and the AV Seniors for
another excellent performance this past year.
BRASS Left to Rtght Rowl Walter Moore Dave Grtco Ray Cundtff Drck Kraber Jam Berberrch Phtl Fltck Ruch Ltndsay Roddy Hnnes Ernest
Thomas Bob Hughes Row ll Paul Wolfe Kurt Prckus Norman Hayes Darryl Sampson Jack Babshaw Dave Randel Jon Kratnock Ruth
Mteger lyy Randel Roger Sharf Alyce Schrtever Ed Kennepohl Row Ill Johnny Eklmoto Make Cochran Richard Rnnde Clyde Dtcktnson
Don Mtratnu Bob Downs
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Downs Roger Engemann Lynda Mullet Bortnte Wolfe Dotty Draper Row Il Charlotte Seger Anna Dell Whtte Ed Barth Frances
Schropsmre Bobbt Metz Carolyn Grtffn Beth Campbell Sharon Nlchols Karen Russ Roberta Smtth Joyce Godde Joanne Ktdd Martorte
arrts ow lll Gary Echols Noel Clrsrhan Dwayne Prrce Dante Strnt Bla ne Handel Danny Pearsor' Tont Duce Earlene Spann Barbara
Depfe R0bert Smtth Jertlyn Purcell Pat Fl ck Row IV Charles Lyons Steve Marytn Eula Stewart James Flaxtngton Ltbby Ballard Steve
Wolfe Janet Dwyer Judy Stout
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during practice by Drum Maiorette, Lis-
beth Ballard. Left to right: Marilyn
McLaurin, Diane Demers, Judy Stout,
Janet Dwyer, Nancy Haley, Marilyn Rob-
inson, Sue Jordan,
Pictured are the many trophies won by
AVs band Among hundreds of bands
in the All Western Band Review, AV
Drum Malorette, Lisbeth Ballard, stands
at attention before the Senior Band.
Mr Turner practuced hus freshman bond group thus
year prepormg them for further performances The
group wall succeed the Sensor band so ut vs um
portant that they practuce a lot Keep up the good
work Mr Turner future bands at A V are sure to
wm more awards for us
Natuonal School Assemblues has brought us Avltes
many aood assemblues thus year Here Mr Roy
Duxon makeup artust shows the audnence what can
happen to a teacher Mr Most when makeup
applned Dtck Murray Dave Wunlnger Gary Good
son and Ronnie Puckett look on at the transfor
Portrauts IH makeup was one of the ossemblses thus
year Demonstrated was how to make up a profes
sor and o barber shop quartet Shown nn the barber
shop quartet are Duck Murray Dave Wmmger
Ronnie Puckett and Gary Goodson Improvement
or not the makeup artust dud an excellent rob on
We are very proud of our song and yell leaders thus
year as they have done very well They helped pull us
through our Football and Basketball season
Thus year the Student Body elected the song and yell
leaders for the whole year Instead of by semester as
we have done nn the past
The song leaders had new unnforms thus year that were
canes They also have therr white unrforms wrth pom
poms and canes
The yell leaders had red and whrte sknrts with red V neck
The song leaders dud several new routunes thus year that
were really terrutuc They dnd Take Me Out To The Ball
Game that came out big with the students
The yell leaders came out with quute a few new cheers
the varuous classes and proved to be very successful
Left startlng down Armutta Lewrs Duane Wrllrams Eudean Herring Carol Rake Pot Tullos Bev Wade Cathy Lessmg Carol Arnold Renee Rumble and
very becoming. They wore top hats and tails, and carried this year. Many of these new yells were worked with
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A ray of happuness on a cold crusp nught provlded the
settmg for Maralyn McLaurun as she rengned over the
Home comnng actuvutues Princesses Lucy Bunker and
Nancy Haley captured the mood of the occasuon wrth
grace and charm
At the beglnnung of the game Don Kelthly captann of
the football squad presented the queen wlth her royalty
and then they were escorted by members of the Cadet
Corps to thelr seats In the grandstand where they vnewed
the football game with Santa Paula
After the game followed a wonderful evennng of danc
mg and refreshments The soft llghts set off the musnc
of Ralph Rosa s band
An excltung moment came before the Homecoming game when Marilyn
McLauren was crowned Homecommg queen and klssecl by Don Kuethley
Princess Lucy Bunker
football team capta n The radiant Homecoming princesses Lucy Bunker
and Nancy Haley certatnly added to thus lovely scene on Mays Fleld
Pruncess Nancy Haley
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Blue white and srlver helped brlng In the musty mood
of Wlnter Paradise at the 1956 annual Chrustmas
Ball Approximately four hundred people attended thus
event The Melody Men brought forth an evening of
beautlful soft muslc and the swurl of full formals kept
everyone un a dreamy mood all through the nnght As
the evenrng progressed a llne was formed and the Kung
Queen and the attendants proudly walked down the
aisle to receive their crowns Leadlng the procession
were the attendants Jo Ann Pellnzer and JoBob Beebe
then came Amta Barton and Steve Hendrux and follow
mg them were the Kung and Queen Frank Plan: and
Renee Rumble Wearlng thevr crowns very proudly and
wath sparkling eyes they were honored with a dance
of therr own There was a warm atmosphere Through
out the whole evenmg Everyone who attended the
1956 Christmas Ball had a fabulous and unforgetable
Her Malesty Renee Rumble ns crowned by
Kung Frank Pram nn o whurl of hoppmess
Pnncess Anna Barton
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On The evenlng of May 18 1957 The beauTrTul queen of The
Junlor Senlor Prom Carol STewarT was crowned ID a lovely
oruenTaI paradise Prlncesses MargareT Furry Judy STouT Jackue
Crlffleld and Ann DahluTz wuTh The Queen reigned regally
ThroughouT The dance AfTer The crowning The Queen and her
daTe were honored by a dance of Therr own The resT of The
couples soon lonned Them
From erghT To Twelve mrdnrghf The Juniors and Sensors danced
To The musrc of one of The flnesf bands avaxlable and enloyed
aTTendrng The flrsT formal dance held In The new boys clym In
a swarl of formals and sofT lughfs The couples enloyed The lasT
bug dance of The year
The Theme of The Junior Sensor Prom was Sayonara whuch
means farewell In Japanese IT was a lovely farewell To The
Seniors and one They ll never forgeT
LefT Princess Jack e Cnffneld R ghf Pnncess Ann DahllTz
Prrncess Judy STouT
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Thus year somethrng new has been added to the
Yucca and we hope rt meets with your approval
The selectnon of the students on thas page was
done by students teachers and counselors The
selection was done on the basrs of grade aver
age and ment grade thenr personallty and also
servnce to the school and theur class
ln our opunuon these students are very deservlng
ot thus honor and we hope you agree wlth us
On the next two poges we have another added
attractlon called Bug Wheels trom the Senuor
Class The chouce of the Bug Wheels was done
an the some way that the Outstandung Students
were chosen We hope that these two pages wrll
partly take the place of the Senior Blue Book
We hope to contrnue thus nn the years to come
and We thunk ut vvmll be somethnng for every
student IH all the classes to work toward
OUTSTANDING SENIORS Anxta Barton and Don Keithley have
both worked hard durnng the-nr four years at AV and have
been an about all of the Student Actuvltles Thelrs IS a 'ob
OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORES Mary Donlan and Tom Lyle
have shown outstandrng servrce to thenr Sophomore class
Mary has done a lot an the Grrls League Cobmet
dld a wonderful 'ob as 2nd Semester Presrdent
OUTSTANDING JUNIORS Janet Dwyer and Bob Hayes well
earned thus honor Janet was Ist Semester Student Body
Treasurer and 2nd Semester Secretary Bob was a great
servlce to the Jumor lass as 2nd Semester President
OUTSTANDING FRESHMEN: Dlane Draper and Steve Harper
were c' osen for this honor, Diane held Freshmen class offices,
and was a great service to her class, Steve helped pull the
Frosh-Sgph Football Team through a terrific season.
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AV has coached a champuonshup
foofball Team and has seT a good
example for AV coaches ID The fu
ture Coach Lou Shoemaker IS fun
ushlng Two very successful years aT
AV As assrsfant fooTball coach of
The VarslTy Team he did an excel
lenT 'ob of coachlng The Anfelopes
ln hls flrsT year af AV Coach Kel
logg has esTablnshed a fine record
for The Varslfy baskeTball Team wlTh
hrs excepTlonal coachxng experience
Coach Donald Kellogg
hsffzfl P Coach Henry Muller
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Durang has two years at AV Henry Muller
has made an all out effort encouraging s u
dents to partlclpate nn Scholastlc as we
as Intramural sports For two years Jack
Kalser has coached at AV Hrs fnrst year
at AV saw htm coaching a track team t at
wull long be remembered In has long stay
at AV Coach George Nelmark has put out
every effort un helpnng the school mcuntarn
the henght rn athletics that It has reached
today Coach Bockman has done an excel
lent 'ob of coaching on the AV playung
fnelds and hrs encouragement has been In
splrmg to all
Coach Jack Kaiser
Coach Jerry Murnane
Ron A ery T Clayton Boggett Mgr Bob Barth E
El Rancho Lcus Vegasl
lQuarter Funals Prelumunaruesl
lClF Quarter Funalsl
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Total pounts scored
AV 209 Opponents ll-4
The T956 Antelopes frnushed theur season wuth one
of the best records un Scholastuc football un South
ern Calufornua Theur superb playung wull long be
remembered by the students and alumnu of the
In theur furst game wuth Cathedral the Antelopes
almost ended up on the short side when they fought
the Phantoms to a I3 l3 tue Charlue Spencer tallied
both TD s for the Antelopes on smashung off tackle
The followung week the grud squad traveled to San
Bernarduno to gaun theur furst wun over the Cardunals
by a score of 7 O The Antelopes were held to only
one score because of numerous penaltues
ln theur next game wuth Jefferson Hugh School of Los
Angeles they waxed the Democrats wuth a score
of 28 T9 AV clomunated the yardage on ground
throughout the enture game
Wuth spurtts hugh and a wull to wun the Antelopes
trounced theur next vuctum Westchester wuth a lop
suded score of 39 7 Charlue Spencer a three tume
All Ventura Leaguer talued half of AVs pounts
ln the furst league game the Antelopes chased Ven
tura home wuth a score of l37 QB Frank Puanl
sneaked over from the two yard lune to cunch the
Kenh Cgble FB Charles Chaney T Lewus Clements G
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The squad contlnued theur wnn streak by downlng
the El Rancho Rams of Las Vegas 27 7 The Ante
lopes defense proved to be too much for the Rams
who were prevnously undefeated
The Antelopes traveled to Oxnard nn a crucnal grad
duel that would declde the League Champlonshnp
Oxnard s supposedly strong team wasnt strong
enough as the Antelopes swamped them 33 T2
After the fmal gun ended the next game wlth
Santa Paula the Antelopes became the fnrst Ventura
The Varsity rolled over the Cardinals 25 O
The next game saw the Antelopes golng unto CIF
playing agamst the Burbank Bulldogs Burbanks
famed passlng offense almost proved to be the
undoing of the Antelopes The locals rallred In the
fnnal perlod endnng the game wuth a score of 27 21
Determuned to make the Sem: funals the team
scored a smashing upset victory over the previously
undefeated Catholrc League Champs the Mt Carmel
Crusaders The Antelopes playnng agaunst the bug
gest lxne nn Calufornna domnnated the game from
beglnnlng to end
The Antelopes fell before the onslaught of Downey
Hugh School alnas Randy Meadows and Company
AV s only two tallles came In the fmal quarter when
Charlie Spencer went over from the 3 yard llne and
Plan: connected wuth Donlon on a 55 yard pass play
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DICk MUFVGY Duck Pengrlley Frank Prom Ron Puckett
Gal Que-:po John Rorlnff I Rr
Dome Srrm Dove Solomon Bull Stoner Chuck Svory
Bob Tommy Ted Uyedc Ronme Wneeler Dove Wlmnger
AV Wesrcrresrer grld wossle The Anfelopes scored c smoshmg vrcrory
l0'fY YlVlQl'nQ by commg our on top 39 6 Cl'lOVl'9 SDGVWCCV
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the Downey grrd meer The Antelopes suffered therr frrst Qhesrer player whrle Duck Murray ond Ted Uyedo close
defeat of the season rn the CIF Serno Fsnal Game to offer rherr elp
Ron Puckett prepares Yo throw o low lorrrn rockle on Jefferson HaYfback Joe Boron Thus was The only one of the many games rn whrcn
The Anfelopes showed Tinerr superromy on defense as well os offens The squad frnrsmshed Ilne season H1 a 9 1 I reco d
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nrelopes emerge! vm orxously 28 lf? Tlws was 'he An elope mrm srolgr rw wc encer vvms l ln 1 r qu
Antelope Valleys devos crng forward W II nn och n
Antelope lme ployed brlllxonr defensive ball rhrougkcm
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JV FOOTBALL: Row l, left to right: Fetridge, King, Idleman,
Siegrum, Naiarian, McGaughney, Molacek, Gaechter, Olsen, Davis,
Estes, Gerard, McBride. Row 2: Kammerer, Blanchard, Carder,
Engemann, Marvin, Solomon, Long, Naiarian, Beeson, Van Alstyne,
Matthewson. Row 3: Dooley, Stienhart, Farquhe, Walker, Hayes,
Fischer, See, LaFerage, Pulos, Jones.
Wi-10's go, the boil? Even ,he ,eferee Seems mystified during Gary Olsen goes down fighting under the onrush ofa Fillmore
a recent JV grid fest on the local field. The Junior 'Lopes P'GYe' in C' League grld Comes' on MGYJS Field' The 'lvis
managed To pull out of mei, bog of ,Vicks on almost Un- lost their last grid meet with San Bernardino by a small
margin of points.
The Frosh-Soph team is made up of many boys
who hope to eventually work up to the Varsity
team in the next couple of years. The boys
learned a lot of grid tactics from Coach Jerry
Murnane, who was the lightest varsity football
-Give a big hand to these boys who will be the
varsity team in the next few years.
player throughout 1951-52, and Coach Henry
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Front row: Kenison, Cole, Hess, Sharp, Dun, Chavey, Mason, McPhail, Davis, Fate, Thompson, Moore, Wynn. Second Row: Coach Murnane, Avrill, Humes, Andrew
Anchrum, Olsen, Butcher, Sakoguchi, Barns, Jones, O'Brien. Third row: Vosburgh, Darr, Bronstein, McKibbon, Harper, Willie, Taylor, Miller, Holton, Pinching, Coach
Miller. Fourth row: Clark, Howell, Barker, Titman, Pilmanis, Kime, Beard, Cunningham, O'Toole.
How to break away from the opposition is one of the many
tactics learned by the boys. Conditioning for hard tackles like this is very important.
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Left to right: Coach Lou Shoemaker, Arthur Maiors, Steve Marvin,
Ekimoto, Ed Page, Bob Hayes.
Rudy O'Toole, Dave Greco, Perry Pulos, Bill Burgess, Mike Kammer, Dennis
Dennis Ekimoto, Outstanding JV
AV Junior Varsity wins over the Hart
Indians on the opponents' court in a
crucial league contest.
Bob Hayes, Outstanding JV
d J ldl Ronn Stifonancia, Art Ramos, Halgar Borgs. Standing, left
BEE BASKETBALL: Front Row, left to right: Paul Clork, John Penro , im eman, y
to right: Jock See,
John Bowker, Bob Holton, George Barker, Doug Mcxcoleb, Tom Lile, Mr. Miller. Absent are Mike Mills ond Doug Sutton.
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Bowker Front Row Jack See Second
Row Jnm ldleman John Penrod Doug
Macaleb Back Row Bob Holton George
Coach Mr Henry Muller
Outstandung player Jock See
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Row 1, left to right: Riley, Ekimoto, Reid, Riley, Hotton, Jones. Row 2, left to right: Boucher,
Huntley, Hendrix, Howard, Barth, Story, Nariarian. Row 3, left to right: Engerman, Burgess, Healey, Boswell, Soloman,
Simi, Tommy, Greene, Wininger, Atkinson, Milton, Dooley, Stinert, and Jack Kaiser lcoachl. Row 5, left to right:
Pickus, Hayes, Griffen, Avery, Thomas, Sylvies, Jennings.
'B" TRACK: Row l, lett to right: Olson, Gaeckter,
Barett, Jackson. Row 2, left to ight: Kurth, Terry
Vashbourgh, Howell, -Sylvis, Dorr, Quiepo, Cable,
Russell, Row 3, left to right: Gerard, Vensel, Stefon
cich, Wilson, Louis, Radke, Fisher, Wadkins, Molocek
French, Hayes, Troncale, Long, Rudisell, Howell
Smith, Jones. -.,.,.
C TRACK: Row I, left to right: Kessingham, Jetter
Olson, Burger, Sharp, Rychebosh, Hayes, B. Stewart
Row 2, left to right: Bob Stewart, Laferty, Stout
Oden, Van Doren, Hill, Kennison, Elliot, Pickett
Clark, Miller, Bggwelll
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Left to Right, Row I, L. Romero, K. Metcolf, Steel, Richards, Mills, Stoner, K. Upsh-Jw, D. Bcinto. Row 2, Coach
Murrione, Curton, Welch, Tomilovvitz, Fairfield, Butler, M Upstiow, Bennett, Hodges, Buckner, Mcrsholl, Dowdy,
Left-Ken Metcolf does 'fly owoy dismount' from
rings in meet with Sun Gabriel.
Right-Bob Fairfield competes on Side Horse.
lef'-Joiwn Bennet' shows excellgm form on lon
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Brent Ccrder Donny Dovis Bob Donlon Mike Edele
Jim Early Billy Hicks Jim Johnson Clifford Jordon
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Bill Rhrme Don Robinson Bobby Smith Henry Strawberry
With spirits high and a will to win, the Antelopes fin-
ished their 1957 season with an excellent record. Each
player contributed their utmost for the good of the team
on the playing field as well as off.
While participating in the game, they showed sports-
manship which cannot be equalled by many schools
and which our student body can be proud of. The
Antelopes have set an example for teams in the years
to come. If future teams can live up to the standards
set by our 1957 squad, they will certainly go a long
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Manager Jerry Hoosier
Fred Thomas Terry Wood
Lefv Larry Ylnglrng, Rign' Ron Wor en
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Coach Lou Shoemaker
Bill Hicks received a 24 inch trophy for the "Most
Outstanding Basketball Player of l957." He was a
great help to the team all through basketball sea-
son. He should be very proud of this wonderful
During one of their many basketball games we see
Carroll Healy trying to raise the score, while Dick
Murray and the opponents vie for rebound.
A near photo finish between Olson and Barrett during a recent track meet which pitted
the Antelope speedsters against the Fillmore Flashes and the Hart Indians The local cm
dermen came out on top by a wide margin in all three classes
Up and over' Pictured is Jim Blanchard sailing over 5 6 during a practice session on
May's Field The field event men turned out to be one of the main powers of the track
team this year Jim stop height is 5'lO' this year
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Safe! Team captain Don Keithley slides in to score during practice drills on the Baseball
diamond, sixth and seventh periods. Up to the time the Yucca went to press, the diamond
men had won four and lost one.
Head of P.E. Depf.
The school year began with a great variety of sports
offered to the classes. The Seniors began the year with
tennis while the other three classes participated in swim-
ming and football. During the year volleyball, speedball,
hockey, badminton, archery, folk dancing and modern
dancing are part of the program. ln the spring the
Juniors and Seniors put on a modern dance program for
Planning this year's activities was Mrs. Evelyn Kohr,
head of the girls' P.E. department, with the able assist-
ance of Miss Gladys Baird, Miss Gloria Ketteringham,
and two new teachers, Miss Janice Doggett and Miss
Every girl earns points towards GAA during the year
by being on winning teams, all-star teams, and team
captains. lt is necessary to earn 70 points to be in GAA.
Pickle sales, bake sales, playdays, selling at games, and
working on committees are ways of earning extra points.
To be eligible for membership in Big A, 300 points must
be earned. This year's Big A president is Bobbie Metz.
Anita Barton is GAA president.
First row, left to right: Toni Benson, Pat
Reed, Anna Watts, Cathy Lessing, Joan
Tomicich, Gloria Clark. Back row: Sandra
Richards, Anna Dell White, Nadine Reyes,
Susie Weir, Lenora Simmons, Joyce Godde,
Mary Morris, Diane Hefferon, and Anita
Girls' Physical Education teachers, M155 Doggett, Mrs. Kohr, Miss Ketteringham, and Miss Richardson plan a day's
activity for their P.E. classes
BIG A MEMBERS:
Row l: Bobbi Metz, Gail Sexton, Drana Hefferon,
Anno Watts, Roberta Rudesill, Dawn Cook. Row Q:
Annette VanDusen, Glona Clark, Mtllte Cabarga,
vc.,n f-vnolfl F' trttvs Sstvopsl ve, Nlts Evelyn
Kohl' Lictrlvrxrft Mrxiffonftltl. Pow 3: An tr: Burton
tr, Movrts Delwlw Q Kfttz M es Jctner-t Dorgaeft
w Benson, Jean Hanstclfrzr, Be"y Balfm
Row, left to rtghtg J. Amlclc, E. Blake, J. Blondtn,
S. Hewltt, M. Robinson, L. Truitt, F. Lane, H. Jones,
D. Lovie, C. Bellrngton, C. Ayers, C. Arnold, J. Kelly,
N, Holey, M. McLaurnn, L. Turton, R, Johnson, J.
Turner, C. Stewart Row 2, left to right: S. White,
J. Lockhart, S Rtcharcl, L. Bunker, E, Darrigan, E.
Rttter, J. Welburn, S. Bennett, P. Johnson, R. Rumble,
J, Westover, L. Walker, J. Vaughn, W. Kassen, Mlss
Rchardson, Sponsor, M.ss Keftertngham, Adytsor,
Pow 3 left to rtght. L. Deaton, E. Wright, C. Jen-
nngs, J. Mer rnan, P. Horrls, D. Carter, B. Ideal, L
Lawer, C Honey, G. Chavez, P, Brewton, S. Leonard.
Pow A, left to rtght: M. Farmer, G. Denny, S.
Thomas, J, l?no'on. S Smith, M. Morris, L. Neely,
K l-lteber'. L Ballard, R Vlvllts Pow 5, let' tc
rgf' C Pendergral' D. Katz B MacDonald, P.
l-Udeg 'l L Si' efer F. Shrcos' re A, White J
Erie, J Eslef 'f Grffn, Pow 6 lef' to nah"
C7 't W rn D Beale A Vf1nDos-an 'T Clarl B Me'z
C 'col V' fflle' C' Seron D Hetferon S Kelley,
f .cwtlt-, D '12SNor'h C YUH-l+
Row 1, left to right. Tullos, Stanclley, Miller
Shipley, Cpdycke, Davis, Connell, Sieck, Hun-
sclfer, Cassingnarn, Dwyer, Dalrl'z, Lessing
Stout, Pcli, McConnell. Row 21 PriUay,JL1Cl4SOr't,
Cvoodricli, Lrguedas, Teillre, Sanford, Perkins
Rotli, Tenslelcl, Tanner, Boedel, Buvzlne, Mead,
Miller, Harsh Row 3. Nicholson, Stumbaugli,
Bickrnore, Gsebort, Morder, Draper, Kidd, Tate,
Raplee, Niven, Benson,
lweux. Pow -4: Scnwake,
Baker, Jenks, Cunning
Carnes Reed, Stickles,
5 Skinner, Thompson
man, Sfigray, Acluum,
Mead, Nelson, Pow 6
Zofelt, lm-e Matlrews
Watts Povlioff, Dan-
Herring, Dipre, Lewis,
lwam, Pie'te, Coffman,
Powell, Masters, Row
Williams, Holt, Aclrerr
Wallis, Ogle, Godde,
Wilson, Mullet Harper
on, Droste, Gordon.
Row l, left to ignt: Niven, Bee, Boker
Delewth, Rake, Purcell, Modrell, Lumley
Jones, Hostler, Gulbranson, Morsefield
Cox, Brown, Donlan, Wade, Bitliell, Buck-
ner- ROW 21 Bertneloi, Morris, Cole
Aspey, Baker, Klingerrnon, Wlwolaver
Nmholos, Mcgowgn, Rupp, Ballard, Wolf
Jordon, Weer, Ragsdall. Row 3: Greenlee
Wisken Junus, Bitterrnann Morton, Coclw
rane, Mulligan, Hair, Rlfoads, McCleary
Doee, Donaldson, Cox, Row 4' Demers
Wnger, Gotierrz, Jenne, Ward, De Freest,
Beyer, Lu'z, Zenasky, Benson, Brd, An
derson, Budd. Pow 5: Ratz Prevedello.
Joyce Goode, Susie Weir, Anna Watts
Miss Richardson, Anita Barton, Miss Ket
teringliam, Diane Hefferon Mary Morrrs
One of the many various and popular sports in which the girls
of the Physical Education Department participate is Tennis.
Tennis, being the favorite sport of many, keeps the players
on their toes every minute and constitutes fine exercise and
Golf, as we know, is a Nationwide favorite sport of thou-
sands. Here we see some of the girls of the P.E. Department
practicing the techniques of golf. Many girls at A.V. find
golf to be a very interesting sport.
Anyone who cares for a fast sport will like -hockey. Field
Hockey is a popular sport here at A.V. Although Field Hockey
is played on foot, it provides much excitement. Here we see
iust a few of the enthusiasts of this favorite sport of many.
These Freshmen girls find Basketball to be a very fine game.
EGCl1 Class period held a tournament in which approximately
six teams in each period class competed. Every girl partici-
pated in helping keep up the fine sportsmanship and good
Yriese four g rls rave 3 common interest i Arcnery. Ntr
trteir equipment ready tney are about to present their best in
'arget sltooting Arcltery s 'us' one of 'ne many fine sports
presented at A Viara N'-ef at as oertecvon, requires
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The girls pay close attentron to Miss Doggett as she explains
the techniques of a new movement wnicn will be used later
on in darifes. In order to have balance and smoo'lt coordina-
tion the girls in Modern Dance must do various types ot
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Here in Modern Dance we see tlte last minute brush-up of
ci dance about to be presented by a group of Junior and
Senior girls Tn s dance is iust one of the many dances that
tlte girls make up themselves from their moods.
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Z1 iriig rsyurn ball goes " gr o,er tlte net as tltese g rls keep tire
' DO mtg roll 'xg UD 'e glwer and r- grer 'or 'Hell' OWU teiifn. inere
. -,rg mgn, Vale, Ball games neld cu' on 'ne cOur's trrougnou'
7, '-we yea'--and tfe, are full cf excfemen'
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The Girls' Athletic Association, lGAAl is
an organization that provides all the girls
of Antelope Valley High School with fun
and enioyment throughout the year.
Here, President Anita Barton talks over
the arrangements for the coming events.
When a Play Day is scheduled at another
school the girls are transported by bus,
On their arrival, there begins a day of
enioyable sports and of meeting new
5 GIRLS A-mm:
Here are some of the freshmen and sophomore girls
apparently enioying the folk dancing taught in their
physical education classes during the second term
this year. The folk dances are mostly American but
they have learned some of the foreign ones There
are approximately sixty freshmen and sophomores
in each gym class, so the instructors probably had
their hands full, but most of the girls learned the
Speed-away was one of the many popular games
that the freshmen and sophomore girls enjoyed
learning and playing this year. Here we see a few
of the girls who seem to like being under the in-
struction of Miss Baird and Miss Ketteringham and
learning new parts of play and sportsmanship.
Miss Jan Doggett, girls' physical education in-
structor, is calling roll in one of her PE classes.
After roll is called the class will go into their
daily routine of activities, like baseball and
many other sports. The daily uniform is blue
shorts, ired shorts for GAAI white blouse, socks
and tennis shoes.
Every year the Juniors and Seniors take a se-
mester of modern dance. During the month of
May, the better dancers have the opportunity
of performing in the Mothers Tea program.
These girls are picked by the dance instructors
for their gracefulness and their ability to per-
form various dances. This year, for the first
time, the girls were able to purchase Leotards
of black iersey knit.
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Among the sports the Juniors participated in
this year, was Badminton. lnterclass competi-
tion was governed by the "ladder" method.
Each girl drew a number, which she and her
partner started from on the ladder. They were
able to go higher or lower on the ladder, ac-
cording to how many games they wor' or lost.
The highest couple on the ladder won the
championship in the class.
A very important factor in publishing a yearbook is that part of the book in
which the Ads are featured. The support of these many different merchants here
in Antelope Valley determine the size and quality of our yearbook.
Early in the school year, members of the Yucca staff went to many different
businessmen in the towns of Lancaster and Palmdale and obtained ads. Later
on, during the month of March, the entire staff and other students of A.V.
boarded one of our own school buses and proceeded again to these two towns.
This time it was to take pictures. Jim Trehearne of King Photography worked
side by side with the students of A.V. and the Yucca advisor, Mr. Ralph D.
Nybakken in capturing the true perspective of each business establishment. The
friendly cooperation of these merchants concerned helped tremendously on this
large iob and indeed reflects the fine ethics of these people.
We extend our thanks to each and every one of those merchants who helped
support the Yucca.
"The Yucca Staff"
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been printed. We can't thank all ot you
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JB'S DESERT PHARMACY, located at
124 Avenue J in the Desert Fair
shopping center, is the place to go
for quality drugs, cosmetics and
other supplies. Carolyn Arnold en-
ioys the friendly service given at this
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enough for helping us with the publishing
of this, our 1957 Yucca.
knows that the best in drug-
can be found at CARL S
DRUGS 516 W. Lancaster Blvd. Take Dick's
advice and stop here the next time you are Higgwftg. ,-
For friendly service, good quality
gasoline and other auto supplies,
Ann Dahlitz will always recommend
FRANK LUDICKES CHEVRON station
at 45105 Sierra Highway. Drive in
if you want the best for your carl
Are you looking tor the greatest
place in Lancaster to take your date
to dinner? Millie Carbarga and
Linda Turton will always advise you
to goto ALECKS, 44715 Sierra High-
way, for the best in food and service.
Are you in need ot pipe or other
plumbing supplies? Renee Rumble
and Charlotte Haney know the best
in quality equipment will be found
at A.V. PLUMBING SUPPLY, 45358
Sierra Highway in Lancaster.
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Here Marilyn Robinson tries on a
pair of glasses to best suit her de-
sires and needs. For the finest in
glasses and courteous service be
sure you go to DR. PETER H. POLLAK,
44918 N. Beach Ave., Lancaster.
Carol Stewart has discovered that
WALT WALDRIP, your DE SOTO -
PLYMOUTH dealer, located at 45l I6
N. Sierra Hwy., in Lancaster will
give you the best deal around town.
Look for their low prices and high
Are you planning on making your
new summer clothes? KLElNER'S,
543 W. Lancaster Blvd., carries a
wonderful stock of fine quality ma-
terial, patterns, thread and other
sewing needs. Marilyn Robinson
and Bonnie Selvidge will agree with
For the closest shave in town, and
the sharpest and neatest cut hair, be
sure to go to HOLMES BARBER
SHOP, at 527 Lancaster Blvd. This
is one of AV's finest barber shops.
GRIFFIN 8. SONS HARDWARE, 523
Lancaster Blvd., can give you one
of the finest selections of hardware,
sporting goods, crystal, and dishes
in Antelope Valley. Also featured
are many varieties of tools for the
For the very finest in life, fire, theft,
auto, or any other insurance that
meets your need, Dick Dalrymple
knows that BACON 84 KNIGHT IN-
SURANCE AGENCY, at 657 Lancaster
Blvd., is the best place to go.
At REDMAN'S JEWELERS, you are
sure to satisfy all your iewelry
needs. Judi Turner has found this to
be true and she tells Judy Westover
that Redman's is the "Home of Con-
venient Creditf' They are located at
624 W. Lancaster Blvd.
John Bennett is shown getting a
sharp haircut at ROSAS BARBER
SHOP, 44829112 N. Sierra Hwy. You
can count on getting the finest serv-
ice at Rosas.
Planning to paint your house? Go to
LANCASTER PAINT AND WALLPAPER
COMPANY, and you'lI be sure to find
what you need. Frank Piani and Dante
Simi can tell you this. They are located
at 44842 North Elm Ave.
Ronnie Hassard is shown getting his hair
cut at JlM'S BARBER SHOP, 503 Lancas-
ter Blvd. Ronnie knows where to go for
the best haircut in town.
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You'll find a complete line of wiring
supplies at BISHOP AND LLISHER Elec-
trical Contractors, 208 West Ave. l. Carol
Stewart and Bud Caldwell will tell you
that you will always find courteous serv-
Get those dual pipes you've been Want-
ing for your car at LEE'S MUFFLER Sl-IOP,
215 West Nugent Ave., Lancaster. Bob
Tomilovvitz asks about pipes for his car.
Learn to play the accordion. It's funl
Buy your accordion and take your les-
sons at SANELL ACCORDION STUDIO,
38264 6th Street East in Palmdale. Just
ask Marilyn Hanna and Jane Kelder.
Miss Lee, manager of LANCASTER DIA-
MOND, 564 West Lancaster Blvd., is
showing Barbara MacDonald and Ethel
Budd a lovely string of pearls. You will
always find what you want in iewelry
for every occasion.
Wash your clothes at HADSALLS WEST-
INGHOUSE LALINDROMAT, 671 West
Ave. I, Lancaster. "Half Hour Service"
is their rnotto. Anita Fordy and Jane
Merrimen talk to the proprietors.
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Ronnie Hassard and Bob Fairfield are
shown looking over a Frigidaire Catalog.
outside of BRAND APPLIANCES, 45017
North Yucca Ave. Brand's the place to
go for all your household appliances.
For reolly differenf iewelry, go To
TAGGES JEWELRY STORE, 525 E. Lon-
Cosrer Blvd. Judy Wesfover ond Borboro
MocDonold ore frying on some jewelry
for Their hoir.
Millie Coborgo is looking over some of
the rnony beoufiful flowers you con buy
of A.V. FLORIST, 44533 Sierro Hwy.,
lf you won1 o corsoge for thot speciol
sorneone, go To BlLL'S HOUSE OF
FLOWERS, of 44759 Sierro Hwy., Lon-
cosrer, Borboro MocDonold is one of
Their rnony customers.
Do you wont To look glomorous? Go
To BEAUTY by BETTY LEA, 328 Wesf Ave.
J-2, Loncosfer. Borboro MocDonold is
Trying out o new hoir sfyle There.
EThel Budd is Trying ouT o new sewing
mochine of MCCORQUODALE elecfricol
opplionce sfore, 45044 Yucco Ave., Lon-
cosfer, where you con buy The lofesr
For oll your oufomobile needs go To
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY, 38475 Sierro
Hwy., Polmdole, os Morilyn Robinson
ond Fronces Lone ore doing.
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Do you need some gos or o Tire
changed? Go fo NYGAARD RICHFIELD
SERVICE STATION of 38362 Sierro Hwy.,
Polmdole. Bob Tomilowifz ond Bob
Foirfield ore Toking This odvice.
For groceries ond hordwore go To DES-
ERT MARKET, Ave. E ond 9OTh ST. E.
Borboro MocDonold ond Modeline Furry
agree with This.
W. J. MCADAM AGENCY at 801
Palmdale Blvd. provides The valley
with the best in insurance and real
estate. Marilyn Robinson and France
Lane ask many questions.
The TOWN HOUSE MOTEL at 44125
Sierra Hwy. is a new addition to
Lancaster. Barbara MacDonald and
Jean Miller learn about the accom-
modations the motel offers.
Ken Bergslund and Lawayne Sutter-
tield examine one ot the goodyear
tires at the SIERRA TIRE CO. at
44255 Sierra Hwy.
B. F. GOODRICH, PALMDALE SERV-
ICE at 38258 Sierra Hwy. in Palm-
dale give you The best in tires. Jane
Kelder and Marilyn Hanna learn ot
Mr. Nybakken discusses The weight
ot a school bus at SHAFFER'S PUBLIC
SCALES, 43857 Sierra Hwy.
MEL'S MEN SHOP at 35411 Sierra
Hwy. in Palmdale offer a very corn-
plete selection ot men's clothing.
Mel tells Lawayne Sutterfield and
Ken Berglund ot the many bargains.
Lori Truitt and Sherley Hewitt ask
about their rings at BYRAM'S JEW-
ELERS at 38527 Sierra Hwy., in
Barbara MacDonald and Madeline
Furry went to TOFINCKS RANCH
NURSERY at 30th Street and Ave. J
to learn how to grow trees.
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Lori Truitt and Shirley Hewitt are in the You'lI be pleased to know these people,
midst of acquiring that beautiful and who comprise the staff at AMERICAN
feminine look gf JESSIES BEAUTY LAUNDRY, corner of Trevor and Jackson,
SALON, 38408 Temh Sf., Pqlmdgle. will guarantee the finest work in dry
Ronnie Hassard, Judy Westover, are
two very interested customers at SID
OSHEIM'S HARDWARE store, 44764
Sierra Highway. You can get most any
kind of tools and hardware here.
If you want to get away from it all, go
to SIERRA TRAVEL SERVICE, the Arcade
Building, Sierra Highway, Lancaster,
where you can make arrangements to
go any place in the world. Mike Price
and Ethel Budd will confirm this.
For all transactions concerning your
banking, take them to the BANK OF
AMERICA, 839 Palmdale Blvd. Louetta
Wheeler and Earlene lllian have found
Bank of America to be dependable and
For your next car go to MILL MOTORS,
44809 Sierra Highway, Lancaster, where
you can get a 1957 Studebaker. Mike
Price and Bob Fairfield are looking over
their latest styles in Studebakers.
Have you always wanted to own and
play an accordion, piano, or organ?
WILLIAM SKEEN, located at 44927 N.
Date, will teach you to play and he also
carries a fine stock of these instruments
for sale purposes, as Barbara MacDon-
ald and Bob Fairfield can tell you.
Marilyn Robinson and Pat Cunningham
are examining the beautiful glassware
and china at ENGLUND'S electrical ap-
pliances and furniture store. Located at
44928 N. Beech, Englunds offers you
quality furnishings for your home.
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Bob Fairfield will always recommend
LEE'S TUNEUP, 3ll W. Nugent Ave., to
make your car run as good as new. Be
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your family to dinner? We recommend Sierra Hwy., supplies Lancaster with dae or maybe an ice cream? OWEN'S
the FRENCH CAFE, located at 44833 N. glass for every purpose. Here they are CAFE, 44849 N. Sierra is the place to go
Sierra Hwy. They always offer fine food doing a fine iob installing glass in a for good food and drinks.
For your best buys in shoes go to KARL'S
SHOE STORE, 628 Lancaster Blvd. Ethel
Budd is shown trying on a pair of shoes
with Ronnie Hassard looking on.
Are you planning on a garden this
year, or do you have poultry and live-
stock to feed? For all your supplies Bob
Fairfield and Barbara MacDonald say
to go to DICK BOND'S FEED 84 SUPPLY,
44957 N. Yucca Ave.
You'll always find friendly and cour-
teous service at A.V. HEATING 8. AIR
CONDITIONING, 38476 6th St,, Palm-
dale. Just ask Mike Price and Bob Tom-
Madeline Furry tries on a cute pair of
capri's and striped iacket at VEVA
MARlE'S, 507 W. Lancaster Blvd. For
all your clothing needs you can depend
on this store.
There is no longer need to drive
all the way to Lancaster just to
fill a prescription. Quartz Hill
now has a new drug store. It's
WILLIAMS DRUG STORE, on the
corner of Ave. M and 50th St.
If your car isn't running, no need
to go see Pete Moore at the
QUARTZ HILL SERVE YOURSELF,
located in Quartz Hill at 44025
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Pat Cunningham and Madeline
Furry are having a hard time
Trying to decide on a record.
LlNGS MUSIC BOX carries a
large selection of records from
rhythm and blues to classical.
With Their new location at 44821
N. Beech. A
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Are you tired of all the noise
and discomfort that comes from
an uncarpeted Floor? Then do
as Janet Kelly and Linda Walker
are doing, see SHANNON RUG
SALES, 454ll Sierra Hwy.
The newest self service drive inn
in Lancaster is LEE'S DRIVE INN
on the Sierra Hwy. You'll be
right with Ann Dahlitz and
Cathy Lessing when you enloy
their d e l i c i o u s hamburgers
malts, or just a coke.
For the best in anything tor the
ottice such as adding machines,
typewriters, cash registers, etc.,
visit DESERT OFFICE EQUIPMENT,
653 West Ave. l. Carolyn Arnold
is trying to decide on one of
their new '57 streamlined type-
Either you like it or you don't!
and Linda Welch and Marilyn
Hanna seem to like this darling
matching out fit offered by
WINSORS SPORTS SHOP, locat-
ed at 615 Lancaster Blvd. They
carry everything from sports
clothes to a very dressy dress.
Have you seen the new '57 Lin-
coln or Mercury? If not, do as
Johnny Rattliff and Dick Huntley
are doing and go to GETTIES
LINCOLN MERCURY, 451 I7 Sier-
"Nw ' 'S'-fl'
As you see, PAXTON'S DRIVE
INN seems to be the favorite
spot for the school snack or lust
a coke or ice cream. They are
located at 45003 Sierra Hwy.
Whats the first thing a person
looks at? Your feet of course!
So for the finest in any kind of
shoes see the SYSTEM SHOE
OUTLET, 7OI Lancaster Blvd,
They also Carry a large stock of
BANK OF AMERICA is the bank
for your savings. You'l be sur-
prised how your money grows.
Just ask Mike Price and Keith
Cable, they know.
See C. VV. FISCHER BUICK, 44933
N. Sierra Hwy., Lancaster, to
get that new Buick you've been
wanting. Carol Ayers and Nancy
Haley sit comfortably in a new
'57 Buick while Steve Hendrix
and Dick Murray talk to Mr.
For merchandise that is high in
quality and low in price do as
Marilyn Robinson and Bonnie
Selvidge did and go to PEN-
NEYS, 627 Lancaster Blvd. for all
your shopping. Friendly service
is just another courtesy extended
to the customer.
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Whether you're planning to
move "across the street or across
the nation" you should see
GOLDEN STATE MOVING AND
STORAGE CO., INC., T32 East
Ave. I. Nancy Haley and Carol
Ayers can tell you this.
Looking for cz house or property
to buy? Then do os Rito Johnson
ond Cothy Lessing do ond go to
RANKINS REALTY AND INVEST-
MENT CO., 44725 Sierro Hwy.
For the lotest styles in rnens
weor do os Dick Murroy one
Steve Hendrix ore doing ond
shop c1tBRITTAIN'S, 114 Ave. J.
Youll olwciys find friendly serv-
ice and quality merchandise ot
Keep up with the lotest news
with the LEDGER GAZETTE. Ron-
nie Hossord ond Bob Foirfield
know where to get their sub-
scriptions. Just go to the LEDGER
GAZETTES efficient office ot 656
H. W. HUNTER, your Dodge-
Plymouth deoler, 44732 N. Sier-
ro Hwy., is the ploce to go for
your Dodge Hiob-roted' trucks.
Billy Hicks, Johnny Rotliff, Chor-
lotte Honey ond Ccirol Stewort
odnnire the striking, new '57
Don Keithley knows where to
get the best service for his car,
it is at BERT'S SERVICE STATION,
44459 Sierra Hwy., Lancaster.
Vicky Clements and Janet Willey
are looking over some of the
merchandise at TED HARDINGS
SPORTING GOODS STORE,
38509 N. Sierra Hwy., Palmdale,
where you find almost anything
you need in the way of sporting
Take all your cleaning to
GEORGES CLEANERS, 44759 N.
Beech Ave., Lancaster, as Linda
Welch and Marilyn Hanna do.
They give fine service to all.
Jane Merriman and Judy Llew-
ellyn are having their hair fixed
at ARNOLD'S BEAUTY SHOP,
44905 N. Cedar Ave., Lancaster.
Your hair will always turn out
to be beautiful there.
Looking for a camera? . . . Or
do you iust want your picture
taken? . . . Well whatever it is,
see KINGS PHOTOGRAPHY, 508
Lancaster Blvd. Barbara Mac-
Donald and Bob Fairfield are
talking things over.
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A new variety store is seen in
Palmdale these days. lt's
SPROUSE-REITZ VARIETY STORE,
located in Palmdale at 902 Q-6.
Loretta Wheeler has an idea!
Building a house or fixing your
yard, JAQUA 84 SONS carry any
kind of building supplies. Judy
Westover and Mike Price seem
to be interested. They are lo-
cated at 45101 Yucca Ave.
Has your car broken down or do
you just need some small part,
Well, whatever it is see PALM-
DALE AUTO PARTS, 38711 Sierra
Hwy, as Bob Fairfield is doing,
Real Estate Brokers
Hot dogs, hamburgers, trench tries, and
cakes! Whatever you want to satisfy
those hunger pangs, you'll discover it
at BURGER HAVEN on the corner of Ave.
J and Sierra Hwy. Margaret Furry and
Betty Ruckinger can tell you this.
Pat Cunningham and Madeline Furry
know where to go tor Maytag appli-
ances. That's C 84 H FURNITURE AND
APPLIANCES, 38619 N. 6th St. East in
Palmdale. You'll always tind friendly
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Betty Ruckinger and Margaret Furry
know that for your most complete real
estate service, you should go to M. C.
WHITEHEAD REAL ESTATE, 8l7 East Ave.
Q-9, Palmdale, serving the entire Ante-
, sur -y A yy nniv ll il
Interested in buying property? Then see
J. O. HOOVER and CARL BRANDENBURG
REAL ESTATE BROKERS at 902l East Ave,
J. Barbara MacDonald and Madeline
Furry are being shown rnaps by Mr.
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The most up to date auto paint-
ing facilities in Antelope Valley
can be found at LEO BRASHEARS
AUTO BODY SHOP. Just ask
Bob Fairfield and Ronnie Has-
For very tasty food go to THE
HAT, 3866 Sierra Hwy., Palm-
dale. Just ask Earlen Illian and
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Looking at one of the many
beautiful sweaters that can be
found at CROWELL'S, we find
Ethel Budd, Judy Westover and
Barbara MacDonald. Crowell's
are located at 506 Lancaster
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go for the best real estate buys
and insurance, That's STEPHEN
B. MARVIN REAL ESTATE, locat-
ed at 439 Lancaster Blvd.
For the friendliest service ond
best food, go to TED'S DRIVE IN,
10th St. West ond Loncoster
For your best furniture buys, go
to AVEN'S DOWNTOWN furni-
ture store, 44805 N. lOth St.
West, Loncoster. Ethel Budd and
Millie Coborgci ogree with this.
More people drive Chevrolets than any
other car! More value . . . that's why!
Where to buy it? STARKSEN CHEVROLET
AGENCY, 44617 N. Sierra Hwy. Frank
Piani, Graham Du Prau, Dante Simi and
Dick Huntley are shown admiring the
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