Antelope Valley High School - Yucca Yearbook (Lancaster, CA)

 - Class of 1959

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"fini A.,, ,V L qv, Z Z ,C A xff WG? HAROLD mc:-:Ano . .. - ocroaaa nz. wss gmgswriglyg P 5:3345 , A :fda-1 B es: -- :X 'z .. 51 ' i friglikl' W + ij ,r-M' ..5 A, L, ,,,, :Fjjf ., 1: -113,-I 4 , 5-A 4.4. ' Q" , Rvifk 'jffvf rg Tek , 1 0 , , A111221 AE! 1 9 .. - . ' lf -1- fxir 1.-5:.,LQL,!- ' , ' ' iffffzf ff- - ' iflff -5' . N' - 5:1 .ji .- fs -'-'.l- 4 4-.-: '.:'-7 4 f' 'FU' . V' aint. '33 'il 1 'LW 'Q S 526'-4ff,"' fe. -nd' Vernon Benson . . . June 29, 1943-March 13, 1959 Vernon Benson was a boy who was liked by everyone who knew him. He always seemed to have a kind word for each person he passed in the halls of A.V. Though a light has gone out of our lives, his radiance shall re- main in our hearts forever. God fake care of Vernon Benson and boys like him. Photograph courtesy Swbbings Studio 0521, +.'e31i'i,3I-199 ' 1, !, I .X 'U' ..-A, if ,fl 2' '13 41' -3r3'!f' S :Q I 5 4 T ABLE OE CONTENTS IN NENORIAN .......... 6 XY K CLASSES . . . ADNINISTRAT ION AND .... II FACULTY . . . . . . 2.8 SENIORS . . . . . . 30 STUDENT GOVERNMENT . . II4 If Qffifg' SENIOR INDEX . ACTIVITIES AND . ..... Ill ORGANIZATIONS T Bova' SPORTS .. ...... usa GIRLS' SPORTS . . I9O W 5 Q 5 J I'7 X-1,4 fl "'qu N1 s,g,.gkk5-k ,.. Ti-IEME '40 f si! Ns..-N... QQ XXX .... ,-KK 5 Ho hummmm Ifs good fo get out mo Th s nce last here Wlfh all These people around I ought to fresh cur after be ng cooped nn that stuffy old bottle be able To have a lot of fun Ha ha ha ha so long Thus place has really changed slnce I was 0 J J V 9 K l l , - fm J Q 01" ' I U ' ' 14' xx x l xx':ss. :Z xx Q- as X 'x 1 '-. E k xx' 4' I r ' 'IA 2 1 zzz! ' X '-"fs I .f' .isxh I :.:, U 5.127 s 'f' U - s - E553 ADVIINIS Fri'-X NON Qikwj .f gm A Y ' I' A ' 'Vw -uf fx X-rf G' l 9 fn ,R ,Q ,J A a te, v I AX 9 X bs! FACU LT Y L - X4- x fd X -X - N Lai-'flmksgfff 1 X 'Q 'lv .. -jzs. ""' , 1. 1- .4 X .1 1 ' -1 -,,..-- 'I-F Q X s- + fs +1 rs rg-li-3 fr 1 W 1 s X , 'FT , X gb lt' ' . Won'T everyone be surprised when grades come out! DI? l'rllL.l' ADIIINIE FF rXl'f'KS As In the past Dr Knapp agcun Thus year did an excellent lob as Dnstncf Superintendent Dnrechng adrnlnrstrahng and supervising all dnvnsnons and unlfs of The school sysTem are 1usT a few of the duties Dr Knapp excellently performs ALBERT L LOBUONO Assnsranr Superlnrendent Business Services l2 JAMES DALEY Admnnnsfranve Assistant Cornmunmon Relaraons CHARLES M PARKER Asslsmnt Superlnfendenf Educatxonal Servnces NORTON NICHOLS Adrmnustraflve Assistant Building Program WW X X L up l BJARD GF TBUS FEES I-I SCHOOL ADPIINISTF ATI' N This year we can truthfully say that each of our school ad- ministrators really worked hard to clo their part helping to make this a successful year for everyone. We have these people to thank for helping us with our extra- curricular activities, business activities, social affairs anol, of course, many more that make our school days pleasant memories. MR. JOHN W. LANDRUM Principal , - I 'Q MR. ERNEST TOSI MRS. BILLYE ADAMS Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Curriculum MR. SID HARRINGTON Assistant Principal Pupil Services MISS EVELYN ERICSON MR. EARL RITTENHOUSE Fairgrounds Supervisor Director of Student Business Activities ffl NSEL 'KS MR ROBERT LUNDAK Dlrecfof of Guld Not all we learned was from a book MR JAMES CHURCHILL Supervisor of once and Counseling Attendance and Chrld Welfare Stclndrng are Mr Abe Loewen Mrs Greta Baldwrn and Mr Don Stevens Mrss Margaret Farrchrld and Mrss Josephme Dart are seated MR RANDALL FRANK Dean of Students Worthy of your trust These words descrrbe our srn cere and devoted counselors perfectly They are worthy ot the trust of each student who has ever needed gundance erther In selectung the right voca personal problem Whatever the problem whatever the srtuatuon our select group of counselors were always ready wlth the best posslble solutlon We the students all give many thanks to these counsel ors who have worked so hard and have been so de voted to thenr work MR ROBERT OWENS Assastant Super vrsor of Attendance and Chrld Welfare T5 N , X 5 . I . . . . - tional program for that individual, or even a more ' I ' I y . " f + l!.-,....- ,- .,,,v -1 -nv E!! -11" X if , B5 , 1 ' nf 1 Qc Ng , , 3 'M A F' I' 4 , " fr'p l A t L 449 '4 -. 5 X ' tv AM wg 4 f 3 5 96' 5 :TE fiivf gg 1:2 gf ,Q N' .,'.' 6 , M H' . 0 I 2 ,- if i 13' . -Lis ,, N 5 Q gf 1 , Y , l K ,' g I ,f L X ' ff 1' ' 5 f s ,', 9 f if ' , , , V I " 4 I 'Q I 4, 'PW ,' I ' I I Y R.. 'Kg I 5 if 5 N 1 A . sw .4 ,I 1 1 ,Nw 7 XJ' R' is 1.x . s , . I 'IW lux., ef . c- ,fm fur. ' , . 4 al . ,,,. .,,.. J 9' DUNN? B 9 DRIVEFS Row l, Left to right: Roy Stephenson, Paul Duncan, Early McDonald, Guy Higgs, Daniel Masterson. Row 2: Zacharia Booth, Dewey Reid, Lawrence Rice, Bill Wade, Ralph Parsons. Row 3: Clay'on Garner, Bob Soto, Marvin Keene, Magnus Rong- ved, John Surritfe. Row l, left to right: Roland Blanco, Delbert Hart, Harvey Collins, David Becirdsley, Gaylord Gable, John MacGregor, John Gridler, Frank Thomas. Row 2: John Perez, Don Lancaster, Grosvenor Fitch, Superintendent of Transportation, Bob Austin, Clem Gattis, Bill Tensfield, Jeanne Calvert, David Hustin, William Hart, David Bidwell, Paul Williams, Walter Scates, Kenneth Sadler, James Brockus. gr-rr 5 C1-Xu-.'l1-.E If-Xi .F Row 1, Left to right: Lela Crall-Manager, W. F. Wade, Vera Huclcaby, Barbara Nix, Virginia Gemmill, Thelma Crompton, Edna Phillips, Lu Puckett, Ada Acker, Kate Wade, Lena Fraze. Not shown is Pearl Dowdy, cook. GRETA BALDWIN WARREN BLANKENSHIP THOMAS BUFFUM NORMAN CLARK Counselor Social Science Social Science Business 8- Commercial DAVID BRUNBERG WILLIE DAY .IOSEPHINE DART Audio Visual Agriculture Language Arts Uk The one outstanding quality which all the mem- bers of our faculty here at A.V. share is depend- ability. Another is that extra ounce of push which can mean so much to so many of us. Through the combined efforts of our faculty and our never failing counselors we were brought through the 1959 school year with flying colors. The students realize this effort and would like to thank each and every teacher and counselor. The Seniors especially would like the faculty to know that we appreciate all which was done for us in four of the most important years of our lives. 2 STEPHANIE DASHIFF WILSON FERRELL WILLIAM GALLIHER ZELMA GOBEN Mathematics Social Science Agriculture Home Economics LOUIE HART CLARANCE HAYMAKER JACK PRESTON HELD Industrial Arts Mathematics Language Arts ri-Vxl LT f Signing in and getting their morning mail are Mr, McGowan, Mr. Courvoisier, Mf.'SUCI1 and Mr. Gorrindo. I9 FAO LTY AMY HEYDORN ORSON HICKEN WARREN HOUGHTON Lxberal Arts Social Science Agruculfure JOSEPHINE KUNTZ JACK KAISER GWYNNE LINE Busmess 81 Commercial Boys PE Language Arts ABE LOEWEN ELIZABETH LORBEER Socrcl Scnence Lubrary Science MARIANNE MCCARTHY Language Arts RALPH NYBAKKEN Language Arts JOHN O CONNOR Socral bcuence CONSTANCE PENCALL Language Arts MIRIAM POLLOCK FABIO RAMIREZ MARGARET SANDERS Language Arts Language Arts Buslness 8- Commercxal LEWIS SHOEMAKER LEO SMYTH DONALD STEVENS Bo s PE Social Scuence Social Scrence HJALMAR STROMBERG EMIL SUCH WEALTHA SUYDAM Mathemaflcs Health Language Arts SAMUEL THOMAN Social Science RAY THOMAS lndusfrnal Arls ROBERT THOMAS Socral Scvence KATHERINE PICKUS Mathematics CARL J. SITZMAN Science JANET STURDEVANT Social Science QS' GWYNTH THOMPSON Business 8. Commercial 'icq EVERETT THURSTON . . . All right, who did iT1I'1iSIime'???? GEORGE TURCOTT Science Science WARREN TURNER HERMOINE VAUGI-IAN LAWRENCE WAHLGUIST VIDA WILLIAMS Music Music Agriculture Lgngugge Ang 23 FAO LT Y FRED BERK HARRY CHANG JAN DOGGETT GAIL EVANS Mathematics Language Arts Girls' P.E Girls' P.E. I BILL FELLERS FORREST GIBBS DAVID GILLESPIE Business 8- Commercial Industrial Arts Science TITO GORRINDO DANIEL GRUMIO Language Arts Photography FRED JEFFRIES SociaI Science JANET JONES Social Science GLORIA KETTERINGHAM MARY KITTRELL Girls' P.E, Language Arts LAURINE LEATH STEPHEN MARGARITIS FRANKLIN MCGOWEN Girls' P.E. Social Science Counseling JERRY MURNANE CHARLES NORTON JOHN PORTER MARJORIE RUSSELL Boys' P.E. Business 8- Commercial Industrial Arts Home Economics 25 FACULTY CLAUDE SWONGER HELEN SCRIBNER Language Arts ANN SANSON G s PE PETER TYM lndusirlal EDITH THORNGATE Mathemahcs STEVEN ULLBERG Socral Scuence Language Arts HOMER WRIGHT lndusirual Arfs WILLIAM WATSON Language Arts CARL YOUNG Language Arts vu In ,... W, ..,,,,,, ,W ,nu 'Pl FAO L ' gb PI NXOLI - T Q How drd you spell 119999 Mr Courvorsrer seems to be helpmg Mrs Dashrff srgn rn Have you had your soup today9999 Mrs Jones Mr Thoman and Mr Berk all have rherrs' M 4 " 2: 4- 4 Thus rs NEW' These beautiful humans are our Homecoming Royalty The Prrncesses are Suzy Sfevens and Gerfle Grllesple wnfh the lovely Queen Sally Salzman' AAAHHHHH Food or last Thats what The look on Mr Norions face seems to read SENIOR CLASS li F I' CLASS.-:S '5 J i f U1 g ww?" " AQ . ' i X x ,i L ' I 1 X .0 " , s f ' N I l X 1 ,ix "' :Sy Such o ferr si n. I think I'Il 'usf hide il for c little while. 'bfi M, , fu .qi 1 45 ,. 4 nf Q". 55' .1 2' if ,- wwf F29 M! wma wi 1 at N7 KENNETH RAY LEWIS President lst semester SENIOR CJXSS OFFICE? S CLAUDIA LIRRUSI Vice-President 'lst semester BARBARA COX Secreto ry I st semester NETI BENSON Reporter lst semester TONI DUCE Treasurer Ist semester JOAN GUTIERREZ NETI BENSON Reporter 2nd semester TONI DUCE Treasurer 2nd semester STEVE RUMPF President 2nd semester Secrets ry Qnd semester flf-e","Y.t a,lI4l '2"" MARY WILSON C I 4'-.. 'IJIQ ""'U'.'s'v.1 Vice'President Qnd semester SEI Il' 'KS Senuors 59 the class wlth a history a hnsfory whnch all began wnfh our frrst years at AV There wnll be many wonderful memorues of thus year from The many won derful evenfs rn whuch The Sensors held Thelr place Al ways looked hugh up to by The underclassmen we re Duce and Nell Benson Mary Jo Adams Carol Rake and Blame l-landell as seen BEFORE' Rrchard Agor Sharon Adams James Anderson Ann Anderson Allen Andrews Mary Anderson proud To say we re The class of 59 Leadung us very successfully The hrs? semester were our Sensor Class Of fncers Ken Lewls Claudra Lrrussl Barbara Cox Ton: Timothy Acker Xl u Pat Allen Larry Ausfm X N 5 h . I . I . . .I , 7 Hans I - Q 5 A ,, S l J l r i y 5 XX , . I ,yi i Q f qxx . X ' , . , f"" CAO Some of The Fun lovsng hasr rasssng and hecfsc anTscs of The sensors sncluded our franfsc Sensor Dsfch Day The anxsous momenTs wasfsng To recesve Thesr Yuccas aT The Yucca Ssgnsng ParTy and Sensor BreakTasT and lasT buT not leasT The hsghlsghT of The Sensor acTsvsTses The Grad Duce and NeTs Benson uatson and The FranTsc Sensor All Nsght ParTy Leadsng The class sn all of These Sensor acTsvsTses were our class offscers Steve Rurnpf Mary Wslson Joan Gutserrez Tons CHARLENE ANGLIN RONALD BALLEW PaT Allen John Taylor and Dene Buckner as seen AFTER' BlLL BANSE BARBARA BALLARD REX BEALE LINDA BARTLETT CAROL BASH BILL BEKGAARD THAYLA BEAVER LAWRENCE BELLEFIVILLE I I 'l E ji . ,I 5 In X W ,Q V , Isl, 1 1 l ,f X A V 1 V x M s s l --, in l r l 41-'.Nlf RN CINDY BECKNER DAVTD BELVILLE MARGARET BELL DAN BERG JOHN BLOOM JEANNE BERG JOHN BOWKER VINCE BRIGANTE CAROLYN BERTHELOT KURT BROCK DOROTHY BIRD DAVID BROWN fx fx 5 Q L g '14 4. K1 PAMELA BELVILLE NETI BENSON I A X -nxt X f 1' X . V .L Q L' 34 SEI ll JRS KATHY BITHELL RAYMOND BROWN SHARON BITTERMANN RAYMOND BRYANT SHEILA BOWERS MONYEEN BLOEMENDAHL HAZEL BONNER WAYNE BUNNELL MARY ANN BOOS DANIEL BURBINE JAMES BURNS TERRY BUTCHER TERRY BOWERS WILLIAM BYERS fx N F fx 1 .I 1A L 1 1. Aa, . LVL E l 'f F A SENIORS 1 BUFF BOYLES JAMES COLE CURTIS CLIFTON MARILYN BRADLEY AT the Homecoming Pep Rolley Jim Idlemon was crowned Mr. A.V. by our Foreign Exchange Student Mario Heirfner. He was chosen by The BOB COLE NELDA BROGAN JUDY BROWN Student Body with votes costing o penny apiece. GARY COMES DENE BUCKNER DUANE CRABTREE BARBARA BURDICK 5 ' 'I Ii GLEN CRAMPTON CHARLOTTE BURK5 JERRY CRAWFORD VERNAE COLLINS 5 1 I SEN! JRS MILLIE COMINI DONALD CROWLEY BARBARA COX GINGER COX ROY CURTIN GLEN DAME LINDA CRANE "ForeweII Jimmy" shouts the crowd as Karen Rcgsdill ond Charlotte Burks carry off Jimmy Cox to be srewed in the por. RICHARD DARR ANNA DAPAS CHARLES DAVIS PHILLIP CUNNINGHAM JOANNE COX MARILYN COX MARSHALL DARLING ROSALIE DAPAS SENIORS FRANCES DEFREEST MIKE DAVIS BARBARA DeJAYNES MIKE DEL GROSSO CLYDE DICKINSON LINDA DELEVETT BRADFORD DONOVAN DIANE DEMERS It YVONNE DENDINGER BILL DOWNS LYNN DeSHON GAELON DROWN SANDI DOBRZANSKI BOB DRUMMON MARY DONLAN CONRAD ENGELHARDT WILDA DOWNING RAYMOND ESTRELLA TONI DUCI: DAVID STIERS f' f wmv LINDA DYKMAN LLOYD EVANS PATRICIA EDEL STEPHEN FATE WALTER FERREIRA BETSY ELGART JOE FITZGERALD NANCY ERSTAD GLENDA FITZHUGH PAUL FOLTZ MOLLY FITZPATRICK JAMES FOWLER ROBERT FREDLUND CAROL FLAHERTY LARRY FULP CAROL FLEISCHER BETHEL FLEMING GARY GALLION CAROL FRANCIE ARTHUR GARCIA mi-IN! JPQ ROSEMARY GALLARDO ARLIN GARDNER BECKY GARDNER ROGER GARDNER FELTY GERBITZ LINDA GEORGE HENRY GIRAUD GLORIA GILBERT BARBARA GISEBURT FRED GODDE These proud Senlors dusployung fheur beuge ond coroI 59 Senlor Sweaters ore Andy Pnlmonus Suzy Wear John Bowker Jam Idlemon Llndo Delevett ond Ken Lawson MARK GRANGER MARION GLINES DAVID GRIECO LINDA GOAD SENIC RS PETI GORHAM CARLQ GRQSSI JOYCE GREENLEE MANUEL GUERRO DONALD GUNN KAREN GULBRANSON CARL HAIR JOAN GUTIERREZ DORIS HAILEY af" Thus ns c fnne example c1TypucclSenuor Cnvucs Class RONALD HAMILTON MIKE HAMILL KAREN HAIR MONTY HAMPTON RAE!-ENE HARRIS mi-ZNI Jim QE! IIJR SEI I:-X F- Row 1 Left to rrgh? Berry Nlven Duane Mulford Joan Gufuerrez Susan Mellne Drone Demers Mollre Puferbaugh Row 2 Sand: Dobrzcmskr Glenda Robertson Charloffe Burks Karen Ragsdlll Linda Deleveff Nancy Teters Mary Wilson PAT HARRISON DAVID HARVEY BLAINE HANDELL TERRY HEE BARBARA HERRING Judy Hunt Beverly Wade Row 3 Roy Curran Joyce Jenne Terry Hee Carol Lneberf Wayne Klme Net: Benson John Bowker Claudia Lrrrusl Chuck Davrs Suzy Wear Vmce Brrganfe LORNA HARVELL MARILYN HIEBERT LARRY HART JEANNE HAUGEN DONALD HERN X x N 6 N f N A ' I' X X I" I l 1 I I . ' , . : ' S ' I ' . ' I I I I : . Q' ' I A I -I . I 4 I A I l l , . I 1 In Ab.. . ,M , , , 6, N N X , , x , 'Ii' MARIA HIERTNER WX DONALD HICKS BETTY HIGH RONALD HICKS MIKE HOFFMAN VIRGINIA HINMAN SHARON HOBSON B03 HQWELL CAROLYN HOLBERT l"llLI VARY BALL QUEEN fANDIDAT-S Row I Left To rrghf Bonme Bell Judy Tucker Queen CaroI Rake Prrncess Barbara BaIIard Dorothy Hosler Joyce Jenne Row 2 Cathy Mapes Carolyn Grvffen Judy Tundall Lunda Delevetf Sharon Adams Row 3 Cafhy Dobbs Sharon Press Princess Nancy Tefers Prnncess Marsha Roberison Prnncess Suzy Wear Donna Vaughan Not shown Princess Linda George CHARLES HOWELL JENIORQ SUE MCBRIDE DOUGLAS MCCALEB MARGARET MCGOWAN JAMES MCGECHIE JACK MC'-AUGHIN LINDA MADDOX BOB MCMULLEN KATHLEEN MAJORS MARK MARKOUFF SHARON MALLYON JOHN MANDRAISS COLETTE MASK I I STEPHEN MARVIN MARGARET MASTERS FRANK MASSEY KAREN MAULDIN SR T yu H ' J' XvX,x, -MEI- N TT Ox DEN! Rm BARBARA MELHORN BARRY MILLER SUSAN MELINE JERRY MILLER MARILYN MENDENHALL JAMES MOON LORETTA MERRILL DON MIRIANI BONNIE MODRELL ROBERT NAVARRET LILY MOLLINET DAVID NOLLAR JIM OBRIEN CAROL ANN MORESFIELD PORFIRIO OGAS PAT MORTON 47 is SENIORS DIANE MULFORD ROGER PEARSON CAROL O'CONNOR LOUISE MUNCH WAYNE OLIVER RICHARD OSTERGARD VIRGINIA MURREN zI,'X STEPHEN PAINE JOYCE MUSICH MARY NIVEN JOANNE NUNN JOHN PEN ROD MARY MURRAY JACK PERSINGER BARBARA PAYNE ALBERT PIKUL ANDY PILMANIS JOYCE PAESANO I.X JACKIE PECHUMER BOB PENGILLEY ROSALIN PREVEDELLO JANICE PORTER I" I' S:-.Nlf :KS RANDELL POLLEI RICHARD PLAMOWSKI JERILYN PU RCELL ' 1 I BEVERLY PHILLIPS MOLLIE PUTERBAUGH CARQL RAKE ARLIN PRICKETT DAVID PROCTOR PERRY PULOS LORRAINE RALPHS KAREN RAGSDI LL As 'F DAVID RICHIE av' DARLENE RAWLETT JIM ROBINSON 49 SENIC RS LINDA RAWLINGS STEVE RUMPF J ' - CLARENCE SACHETT BERNICE REITER BEVERLY REYNOLDS JOHN SAKAGUCHI Ronald McCoy, representing Radio Station KLAC, presenting a trophy to Dick Kraber and Clyde Dickinson for Antelope VaIley's outstanding performance in the Hollywood Santa Claus Parade. Our beautiful Homecoming Queen, Susan Meline, is being escorted on the field by player Jack See, accompanied by crown bearer, Maria Meline. KATHY RHODES GENE SANDERS MIKE SANTINO BARBARA RICHARDS JUDY ROACH MIKE SCALZI 1 f J Mighty Noncy Teters escorts our lovely Homecoming Princesses from A,V.'s Ioveliest limousine. GLENDA ROBERTSON WILLIAM SAVEDGE ir U NANCY RYAN DAVID SMELSER ROBERT SMITH SHIRLEY SAIN LINDA SCHUETZ JIM STEINERT GERALD SHANNON KAREN RUPP KAREN RUSSQ LLOYD SIATS 'QQ ' Lindo Delevetr, Carol Liebert ond Shelio Bowers hong ou? posters during me "Buy Your Yucca" compoign. SENIORS MARIE MULLIGAN SCHWANDT JOHN STEWARDT BEVERLY SHAW DeWAYNE STILLS DOROTHY SHIRLEY RONALD STOUT ANNETTE SIMS DOUGLAS SUTTON CYNTHIA SMITH RANDALL SWENSON The students ond Alumni dance in an atmosphere of victory of the '58 Homecoming Dance. SENV RS Breaking through the Victory Poster is Football Coptoin Jim ldlemczn who is followed by the Spirited '58 Amelopes. ROBERTA SMITH JOHN SYLVIES CAROLYN SPARKS ' f JOHN TAYLOR BARBARA STEDHAM THOMAS TILLOSTON KAY STEPHENS ERNEST THOMAS ANN STIVERS KERRY UPSHAW VICKI CLEMENT SUTTERFIELD DONALD VAUGHN SENIOR DALE VERNER NANCY TETERS ,ITIS JO TALKINGTON Y GENE VILLALBA JAMES WALKER BARRIE WALL HELEN TICE JAMES WATTS PATRICIA BOATMAN THOMAS JERRY WEBB PAUL WHITE BETTY THOMPSEN MIKE WIBLE CLASS - X PHRONSIE THOMPSON JERRY WILLEY FRANK WILLIAMS LINDA WARD X DIANNE THoMsoN BEVERLY WADE PATSY WEMPLE PATSY WALLIN LENORE UNGER PATRICIA WEBB ' fff'I LINDA WELCH BETSY WEST LUCILLE WHITEHEAD SUZANNE WEIR BARBARA WILLIAMS mf-EN! R MARY WILSON PAT WINDEN JUDY WIRT DIANE WISKEN BONNIE WOLF MARGIE ZEHOSKEY BERNARD VOSBURGH ,f-Q-,.. Seniors: The cold, cruel world beckons. 4--'-:fa 1 fa, war-v '..af 19,.g3 '22. -ix'-ts BRAINS DICK KRABER LINDA WELCH l ' it PERSONAL I' f li MARY DONLAN KENNY LEWIS -13-J, 'ff' X7 4' CLAUDIA LIRUSSI LOOKJ 5, All E' I 'AVN , ' W di ji ,- .,' , Q w I bt II fig I ' Q., 2. 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' Vx J, NW ' nl' gif, A-mlllliiii 'Y CHRIS Reporter ,X -9 -Q 5 1 A' GORHAM Pres dent xf v--'Q 1' 'Uh CHRIS DEMERS Reporter Janet Anderson it BIA Don Abrams June Anderson Bull Achatz RuthAnn Anderson LaJean Applegate Kenneth Anderson Pat Atwood Louis Anderson Jl Nl' 'X The Jumors have really enloyed a year full of exclTemenT fun and surprnses The long awarted loy of owning a Junior Class rung came to The Juniors aT The loegnnnung of the year They ex pernmenfed wufh a sucker sale as a means of rnaknng money The sale was so successful That :T was followed by another In The sprung The sendlng of Telegrams allowed many To express their feellngs Toward fellow students and In many cases They created laughter The follow :ng night February 14 The Junlors sponsored a Valentlne Dance whuch was very decoratnve The Traditional Sadie Hawklns Dance was held on Aprrl 3 un The cafeterra and decorated as a J um Alcauskas Shtrley Bqldwrn Judy Barnes John Aston Martha Barrackrnan Rusty Athts Jerry Apperson Gary Ankrum Ronald Avres Lando Baxter chord Avrll Duane Baze Chns Borden Pat Barnes Bev Barton George Applegate Ax. N xx ' A y Frank Azza riti Sue Beams James Baker Ron Babcock Judy Blondin Jim Badgett Carol Bobich Nancy Bowker Charles Barnes Marilyn Box Norman Bateman I 'BTN Qtr NN typical barn dance Then the biggest event of all came along on May 16 This was the Junior Senior Prom Fantasia was the theme of the dance The decorations were very elaborate consisting of ideas of Fantasy On May 21 the mighty Juniors were honored by Junior Day An assembly was held during seventh period presenting the Junior Class Officers of the first and second semesters the Student Body Off: cers elect for the school year of 19591960 along with a couple of humorous skits put on by a couple of brave Junior girls Finally the Juniors were able to settle down and pat them selves on the back for all their hard work Larry Beach Dora Brewton Hal Borg Ronna Brigante William Bourbeau Vernan Benhart Jeanette Bramhall Frank Brace Suzie Bunnell Gary Brennan Judy Bunten Muriel Bratt Lola Brandenburg Alberta Brown Hugh Bikle Elmer Bricker , J I 1 65 Jl NI' RS Ernesrrne Burns Pam Bunyard Bruce Brrlhart Penny Bunyard Rrchard Broclre Don Burdrck Walter Brothers Donna Callus Gary Buckner Carolyn Cannon Sharon Card Jrm Burkey Nancy Cgyder Burton John Clara Casey Ecldve Bushard Steve Carlson Lounse Chenof Dennrs Carnagey Par Chesser Susan Chadwrck Cassandra Cassell Bull Chandler Janrce Clark Rrchard Chavez Robert Cassmgham l r V' l V1 r ,. l r l Martha Clutter Llnda Clark Dennls Cheever Barbara Clements Dwught Clark Janet Collins Leland Clark Leslue Cochran Peggy Cole Malcolm Compton John Conler Lmda Coltzan Rodney Cox Nancy Conner Conrad Damann Prrsculla Coon Denms Darrow Judy Coerber Harold Davns Olm Derrick Mary Dalton Jessie Counts Richard Demmelmauer Eleanor Crawford Waltford DeShazo Dorothy Darr l Jl Nlf RS Margaret Degurse Richard Dubin Christine Demers Don DeShon Virginia Davis Larry Dickenson Ella Davey LeRoy Dix Marilou Dodson Barbara Denahm George Duty Thomas Gums Rose Dendnnger Kathy Dobbs Al Dye Michael Earls Jonetia Delan Alfred Elliot? Jim Dunn Diana Dorey Joan Dogven Richard Engemann Diane Draper Leonard Fry l K is ku? 1 Pat Drumm Jerry Freeman Helyn Eirtte Terry Fox Eleanor Elman Torn Gale Ronald Forbes Barbara Fuschel Belly Emry Dennls Grader Davud Funeman Karen Flemung Alvun Fischer Brenda Evans Allce Ferns John Fregle harles Fadlce Alice Fefrndge Dolores Estrella Hqfry Grgffm Make Grames Darlene Fox Jam Gulbranson Mary Frandsen ll NIORS Wnllue Frazrer Don Humphreys Dora Gallegos Ken Horton Karen Gamegon Ted Halloway Carl Holley Carolyn F Gardner Wrllnam Holmes Gertrude Geler Rack Henry Barbara Geuser Barbara Gubson Jeff Henry Mary Gorham Kathy Gray Edward Hess Mary Gresham Here Par Damrell and Tom Stanley display fhe beauriful Junior Class ring. Bruce Hegwood Lcurerra Grlffln Charles Harper Nancy Gurerie Carl Harper Linda Hack Mrcheal Hall Judy Hall Donald Hall Roberta Hamllton John Hams Steve Harper Carolyn Hammond Kelly Hayes Donna Hammond Kenneth James Barbara Handell What could be more relaxung than snttung around enloynng a good lake as thus group s Judy Hassard Bull Kohlmerr Pat Hawkins Robert Kartz Pat Heike Jl NIORS .1 Ron Lange Sharon Hewifr Steve Larimer Par Higbee .loan Heintz John Lacy Ginnie Hemme Ken Laidlaw Shelly Henderson Sharna Hlgg1nS Alfred LeDouz Charlene Hunmann Jerry Lenhardf Joyce Hrrchcock Arlene Hoffman Dave Leonard Barbara Hollfngsworrh Robert Lundak Deanna Howell Roberv Lrpkun Sharon Hollis Jerry Llvmgston Vwola Holman Vrciorla Huckabee Sharon Holmes Sammy Logan Pafrrcla Hoover Carl Lorentz Jean Hopf Jeon Hudson Jnm Lutz Koro Hughes Mnke Morton Sue Hunter Jone Huntungton Doug Monroe Jonnce Hurclmnson Russell Mnlls Gaul Jackson Carolyn Grlffun Opal Koposka Joyce Kane Scott McDonald Betty Kloudo Ron McGowen Shorlene Knickerbocker Larry McKlbbon Ph llp Mull Mory Jockson RoseMarue .lessee Ronald Mereduth Lunda Johnson Shirley Johnson Bert McPhcul Mory Jones Bruce McLaren Roberto Jackson Make Mules Jl Nl' RS Mick: Lewis Gene Olson Sharon Kosfecky Jim Mason Rob Nisley Linda Layfield Pat Leler Dennis Ormerod Mickey O'Conner Pamela Loeb Richard Patterson Donna Long Mary Long Jon Pederson Bonnie Lough Bill Perkins H A U52 Debbie Lampshire Don Marsh Stephnie Lane Art Mayors Steve Nelson Carolyn Lawrence Clifton Owens Jean Layer Linda LoBuono Robert Oden Danny Pearson Helen Long Carol Lovelace Al Peterson Julie Lovlo Kirby Puckus David Prather Pat Mclinbbon Melba Madison Fred Ramos John Rayko Ginger Mahon Mary Marshall Dave Rehmann Charlotte MacGlbbon Ralph Pupknn Eddue Quatre Janet McKinney Lnnda Maag Art Ramos James Reduger Duane Mashek Chrlshne McAdam Gary Poffer Ecl Quafflebaum Charlene McLaren Barbara McNarr Dennis Raunwafer Kofhy Mapes John Reese Judy Markussen Fred Renfroe Sue Mason Larry Replogle Nathan Robeson Karen Mohllng Walt Rockford Sandy Moune P Lore-en Mead Juluan Race Margaret Mellgren Stanley Runde Barbara Muglno Georglana Mouseve Bob Roe What ns It In a wallet that attracts so much attention of these Jumors'9 Michael Russell Martha Moore Robert Russell Nancy Moore 'x ' N, .ng Barbara Mooneyham Dave Rumpf Karen Molachek Jacqueline Myers Rick Sadle Jean Nash Jerry Sasse Mary Nelson Raeiean Newell Don Scheirer Carol Nygaard Wally Salazar Judy Owings Pat Pennell Regunald Schmudt JoEllen Peak Jon Schumacker Lnnda Perry Hazel Posh Roger Scharf Rita Patterson David Schmidt Here two mrghty Junrors Bonnue Lough and Marsha Robertson ore helorng a Sensor put up her posters for a student body office Paulune Plerce Dennrs Shaffer Kathne Polf Frank Shamel Sharon Press Manlyn Peterson Harold Scott Lawree Puerce Fred Scnbner IF Jl NIOAS Julie Pressgrove -lil 'Wi Q J Berry Rice Ed Shipley Elmer Smoogen Barbara Proctor Marlan Speidel Elaine Pulos Tom Sfanley John Toner Corina Prevedello Gary Smifh Margaret Porter Dale Quimby Larry Smith Larry Strickland Shirley Rake Howard Stanley Jim Thompson Joyce Richie Larry Taylor Doris Rathburn Linda Reedy Jack Tifymqn Bonnie Rauchwerk Robert Thompson JoAnn Reader Ron Tucker Vickie Ricks Larry Tuton Faith Rinehart Scott Tuttle Marsha Robertson Bill VanDoren Gene Wallace Elaine Romito Andy Wamsley Carol Roper Kenneth Weaver Margie Sexton Kenneth G. Weaver Frances Shannon Diana Sharp Grant Weise Marilyn Sherlock Richard West Ruth Shields Dennis Westerlin Carrie Shipley Kelly Wilkerson Eileen Rogovin Sharon Rudesill Bill Warren Carol Russo Bob Watkins Sharon Sears Doreen Shipley Johnny Venturini Dick Wheaton Elna Skov Charles Wnllnams Judy Sloan Thomas Wllson Barbara Smuth Bull Wtrch Glenda Smlth Don Wolf Januce Smnth John Wnlluoms MaryAnn Sloan James Wxlson Jl NIJK The Junior Senate was led first semester by thexr offlcers Art Mayors, Prestdent Marulyn Sherlock, Vlce President Pat Damrell, Secretary Nancy Carder Treasurer and Chrns Demers, Re porter Advusors to thus group were Mlss Dog gett Mrs Jones, Mr Chang, and Mr Gullespre One Senator and one alternate were elected from each Amerlcan Hrstory class, servnng for the whole year Senate meetnngs were held every other Tuesday fourth pernod Durung these meetlngs Junior actlvltles were planned Row I left to rnght Pat Pennell Arlene Hoffman Judy Tucker Chris Demers Ruta Patterson Marsha Robertson Row 2 Vlckle Tomosada Chris Borden Wanda Whnte Shlrley Rake Marulou Dodson Llnda Johnson Judy Hassard Clara Casey Dlana Dorey Sue Mason Row 3 Rnchard Demmelrnarer Marulyn Sherlock Hugh Bnkle Mary Gorham Alvln Flscher Muck: Lewns Mike Males Tom Stanley Art Malors Linda LoBuono Steve Nelson Fauth Rlnehart Scott Tuttle Bonnne Lough i 2 I' z . . I . . U . I 7 , 2 ' - l ' 1 . I - 1 1 1 I - I I I ' : l I V I I I I A r - f - I I I I I ' 2 - - 1 I 1 I r I I I I A H - f I - I I I r V I V A I I I - ' Pat Smith Mike Wollson Sherry Smith SEI IA II. Second semester the Junior officers were Marilyn Sherlock President Mary Gor ham Vice President Clara Casey Secre tary Marsha Robertson Treasurer and Chris Demers Reporter Some of the activities ofthe Junior Class were selling suckers and organizing the Sadie Hawk ins and Valentine s dances These were preludes to the most untorgetable event of all the Junior Senior Prom Rex Woolweber Susan Sm Don Wordon Nancy Southworth Ronnie Yates Jeanette Spruell Victor Yedid Sharon Sprott Chuck Yetter I A Junior Class Officers' meeting with: Marilyn Sherlock, Art Moiors, Mr, Margaritis' busy American History class prepares for a quiz. Nancy Carder, Pat Damrell, Chris Demers, Mary Gorham, Clara Casey and Marsha Robertson. 81 Jl NIORS Edda Spielmann Betty Spei r Dora Sfephens Carol Stanley Susanna Stadig Kqren Sweger Sally Siockman . . . . Dolores Thompson Linda Thorngote Judy Tindall Vicki Tomosada Shirley Trabalka Judy Tucker MaryAnne Udseih Donna Vaughan Freya Vannoy Kathy Wyanf Ann Woods Judy Witt Bondi Winters Darcy Wilson I fxf' r Nc! Lonnue Younghanz Ada Wnlson Patncna Watson Mollre Whztner Charlene Wnley Pat Wagner Sandra Wamsle Judy Watkms Rm: sfevens Margaret Watts Patty White Wanda Whale Gale Wucksfron Judy Wrechman Janet Wlener Carol Wilhelm Jern Youngblood Pat Wulluamson John Zbysensku Sharon Wilson I X . Y ' - ON' I SENIOR SIGNATURES N ON' f SENIOR SIGNATURES N ON' f SENIOR SlGNA'l'URES N ON' I JUNIOR SIGNATURES ON' f JUNIOR SlGNA'I'URE-ES ON' f SCPi-IOPIORE SIGNATURES W GN' Y PRL-ESi-IPI!-XN SIGFIJNFUFKES Ltndc: Blue Fu rst Semester Pressdent w I Left to rvght G Benson C Boss J Belfu 3 Pi-I PIJRE FFICERS Sophomor Board of Control second emester Row l Left to rtght Londo Morton Cheryl Melune Vnrgnnna Curtts Claudio Ltndley Jam Cox Mary Martin Row 2 Charles Smtth Antta See Trudy Schuman Nancy Curtun L: da Blue Row 3 Helen G lb t t er son Maxine Wuley Jrn Borth Ann Benson Bob l-lultt Gotland Burdette eld K Brandt L Buck G B h B Bus J Btt R Seated, Lett to right: Anita See, Mary McGowan, Ann Barton, Mary Martin. Standlngz Cheryl Meline, Gotland Burdette, Nancy Curtin, Mae Cruz. Mae Cruz Second Semester Prestdent AML e s ow Branch K Behnke S Brown H Brodner R Buckner S Benton N Bank J Bender A Blodgett Row 3 W Boyer V Benson L Burks L B l 92 " 5 X f F I f' f X . . Y V . 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Sgolundg E. r.., , f' ld, 98 SOPE-IOP'lORi'-ES L3 Rw 'l 1 ugh? ron Woo We s B Wa la C Whne Webb Row 3 S Wander M Wrley K VanDUsen C Vensel B Wrllace 'Vl West K Wehr B Whnrfleld Row 2 P Wrnghr Whntaker B Wes? S Whempner P Wolfe R Ward G Wade B Wllson H Wagner J Wallace R Wylre J Wrlfley M Whnfesell Ward 935 I ow l T rr Thompson S Tapua J Thatcher G Treaf Tupp T Tessman M Porfer Row 3 J Sholund S Simon J Sfanfleld w 2 S ackeff L unnell u u Pele A-Q71 l fbi' K..s ogln . ,B nl- ....LJQ w T fr l Zoo Walker M Wavrers R Welch D Wcllm T Wolf D Yales nnell S mmermann M oung RW 2 L Warren Wlrc ' ix A 6 . "ig 'f X 6 e 2' , W ' uv F' U ' T' A . . N ' X' 1 I l ' 1 o , Lef fo r' 1 R. W'ls , B. d, D. ll, . l ce, J. . ' , H. . : . , , ' , , , . I , il, '," , .r l 1 L V. r l ' R U 5: h L-fl ' , sr f ' . ' 'S . r . 'O . K r Q . , ,y T h ' 3 . ' . . S :l A i R , Lef To 'ghff J. , . ' , . , . , , . , . . 1 . , . ' , . ' , W. Thorngafe, P, Terry, C. Tibbets, J. Turner, H, Tedesco, B. Thompson. D. Wells, T. Sfumbaugh, M. Tourfe, B. Sinclair, J, Phillips, R. Schoolcraff. Ro r 4 T , . T , R. Tr ll, R, Tr ll, W. Stiles, L, l y, L, ,, f F v ' lv Q K I . 1. .'- v-' 4 . ii ' .P V 4 A . X :J K ll :J 'p 2 1 - Q , l S J x up Tn s L-4 u X 1 "H : l - . ' " .Q . mg. f . , I 1 nfl . . ' l ' Ht . : :H S " P - -' "- f jk ' , Q I 'l l. ' - S , , J l 1 ll Ro , Le fo r?ghf- S. Younghanz, M. Ziccardf R. Zi'o, J, lc, C. , . , , , . ' , . , . . Tu , . Z: - , . Y . o : . , D. ' h, R. ff Pi-IOM' RE B' AFD CF Cf NTFYL Front row, Left fo right: Goiland Burdette, Anita See, Shirley Newman, Claudia Lindley, Nancy Curtin, Linda Blue, Ann Barton, Cathy Brown Back row: Mary McGowan, Mary Martin, Louise Pack, Cheryl Meline, Jim Cox, Mae Cruz, Donna Sugimoto, Sharon Hall, DRP E5 ED. -..ASS Mr. Ferrell's Sth Period Drivers Ed. Class busy faking one of their bi-weekly Tesfs. 'f Pi-If Pl' RE AC l'I l Two sophomores enjoying Whenr lunch ix on the porno In front of The cofeterso Sophomore candy cone sole went er bg or A V rhus yeor Chevy Melme shown sellmg condy cones o students on compus A group of sophomores gofkefed on We povno dxscussmg so Fomore :nc xv 'WS ' N ..... --4 . :'i Ovl .' . I il ' 0 A 'J Second semester officers left to right Donna Brace Treasurer Brenda Ladd Vice President Roger Anderson President Sue Ramsey Secretary Lynda Austin Reporter First semester officersg left to right: Sandy Bailey Secretary, Sue Ramsey, Vice-Presi- dent, Judy Brown President- Linda Austin Reporterg Sharon Cummings Treasurer. FRE-.'Si-lP'I1-Ell -..ASS FFICEF S The Freshman class started oft their beginning year by being welcomed by the AVites At first they were shy and quiet but as time marched on they became a class known tor their undying enthusiasm and overwhelming spirit Their first assembly is one they will never forget it was the tirst oc casion for the group to participate as a whole Other activi ties include a candy sale to build up their treasury an after game dance and they sold cold drinks in the merry month ot April Their biggest event was Freshman Day which was held atter school at the local skating rink A good time was had by all Board of Control Rowl Left to right J Chereschov S Commins D Brace Brown A Mayes L Austin R Perry B Bond S Varley A Lane H Coats B Ladd S Ramsey S Bailey S Key Row 2 R Anderson T Holway V McGir'n T02 1 1 1 1 1 5 : 1 F 1 ' 7 1 J 1 7 1 x X xx X 1 - 1 1 ' - l l r I 34 1- 11 1 1.1- 11 141-14141 wl 1 I M Brez Butler B Belcher M Burke J Barns Brown R Burbune G Baker uc berger R w 2 J Br nk B sn L Brown T Ballew P ua yd re Br Byers Row 3 C Burnett J Burton x arr K Beav r Baley R Buttel J Hollnngsworth S Barns B Bond w I ft r Culverson J Casey C Castle K Cole S Cole y Row Clark M Cochran C a uns B C r Czalkowska N Cantrell Carver T Blanchard owers D r Berglof J Blankenshlp A Bl y Case Coates J V Conner Comm: Creech Collins Row 3 B Brennon Brooks L G Brgant FF ESE-IPIEI 9 Row 1 Left to rlght M Adams Brckmore A Azzarutn C Banse Breaknron M Bean J Atkensan Ber er R Anderson Row 2 Brown P Anderson J Buckle Armstrong J Ashley R Adams Bradshaw Allman B Alt en R w 3 R Abercrombie L Adams J Alrems P Brenton R Branam km A man Austin Austun S Benson lO3 FF ESE-IPIEI l ,Q- w l ft o rn ht J Dut J Deor enzo D Darrow J Derrlck B Dornbush Davus C DeFreest C Dunham Davus Row 2 T Dodson E Downs J Does B Chandley R Councilman J Crays K Carnagey A Daley D Drake A Cooper Clar R Curry Clark G Curtus D Castle D Chadwuck G Combs P Chantry J Charlesworth Rowl Left to rnght P Butler P Burgess Brrdwell J Baden F Burns C ea J Brown J Buckner E Bohannon Row 2 J Buckner J Babcock R Ballantyne W Barnard J Boudreau D Bedley D Branch B Bryant M Buedel Row 3 J Bank J Bourgeols B Baker L Brombly P Burkntt J Batenhorst R Bash R Ban nlster C Baker D Brace V, 1 lO4 W l Left to rlght B Cham us Crlttenden S Commons A Coffey Constable J Chereshkoff C Cook Codclungton F Cruz Row 2 D Craig Crabtree W Carter J Culverson Clark R Carlsen D Corse J Cook Chappell Row 3 L Campbell R Corson nes C es Coe L rlngton C Chrustenson J Chase T Cox L Chrnstenson w l Left to rught R Flemrng J x er B Fletc er C For an C Fouts R Fzeld W Flscher ow E Funar D Edwar Fredgren E Fletcher P Elllott W tt G Fltzpatrnck J Funk Row 3 D Fra cu muon M I N Eruckso rankson vans Frled an s L Forsgren H R Row I Left to rnglwt E Hnckman S Hop per P Humphreys D Haukenberry R Hamalton S Haukenberry S Hosteller J Hymen Row 2 J Hays J Hemme R Hoffman S Hlegel .J Huth L Hankms Hufchlnson R Hutt R w 3 N Hanr H wltt G Harrus E Hoerner K b good J Hollingsworth M Hubkey R Holloway G Hatfleld C Hoerner A Q w 1 eff o ru ht K Emry T Es P Elfuart B Edmondson W Eklmofo R Ducomrnun R Edmondson T Estrella G Eckelberger Row 2 L Doster R De ramo A DeMutus C Danuels J Deaton R DeBoIt D Duaz L Durham S Drown W 3 D Mey D1 er D en man D Dozuer J Darneal B Durret T Doughearty C Dye R Davns L DeMarse I1 vw IO5 FF E35-IPIEI I sv 15-I. '4 'Q- vv l f1 E Jensen L o n son J Jones B Jacobs M Johnson N u d P Ju l e C Jord D Jun Row 2 L Janensch G Jones L Johnson T Jones K Jones D Johnson R Jo n n Q ownson B J nes R W slnce T Justice C Jones G Har rode S Hooyernnk V Humphreys D nes M Hoage M lv s E Jor an 1 JO6 w l rlgh D Golbranson Glascock A Goozay K Green J Gor ham L Gookans C Gibbons P Grlffln R Greene Row 2 D Gerault G Graves J Gray J Granger E Galyon E oo ba S Grove B Gllberf L Geuser ow Gun en Go rey Gra Fllck W Graham J Hadley S Gunder son S Glassock J Graves L Gums w l M Hennnnger Ho P Holcomb B Hays D Hendnx W Horns N Havgwood S Harvell C comb Row 2 K Haney J Holt rvey B Hee R Handley S Hart Hanrgrove K Henderson J Hllgendorf w 3 T Holloway B Hoffman Hamlln R Hadley S Hunt M Hensrra R Hanson J Holland S Henson N Hlll w 1 r l S e V ro ns eln S Keeler S Kollor Krehblel Keebough J Kelly S Ken? K K krn Row 2 B Kendlnger C Kee J nnedy E Krk R Koken Kern J ogg D Keene L Kc ser Row 3 nm R T Lod e J or :J K Lovonowcy 4- -iv X1 Row l Left fo right: K, McCoshg J. Miller . MFnnnp . McCobey . Miegerp McPhersony M. Muroforeg D. Minkeg K McKibbon. Row 21 S. Millsg W. Mosspy N. Mosseyg L. Moddoxg B. Mcddoxg J Martin- V. McGinng P. McMillig M, Vlon ro. Row 31 S. Mosong A. Muscoto- J Mosher, K. Moiseve, J. McLomeg L. Moul dn, G. McElroy: I. Moyog W. Mooney homp J, Morrls. abr! Row l Left to nglwr R Lrndhol L Lorock J Lenhluter M Leuflncxm M Lutfrell K eovelle R evus Lnvmgston Ledous Row 2 A Lone D Lofferfy J Lobronclw M Lueck D Levungston B Lodd L Loscerro F Lynch T Lombclln Row 3 S London L Lawyer L Logon Lnvung n Lo sung W Lone V Lynn J Lonney 'Sf 107 "' ESi-IME! I Rofv 1 Left to rnght L Navarret S Nor ton K Nybakken R Matthews L Muller L Newberry S Norton C NICKSTSOH K Norton Row 2 J Mrddleton R Muller A Morrell E Melnarous B Moore D Mead G Mxlls A Mersereau K Mar kussen Row 3 R Mattfeld G Maduson R Marsh Jr L Newton G Modrell D Monte D Masters A Mayes S Martm D Mayors 0' IO8 ow 1 o r M Mot es M s P Mauldun M Mabry H Mu er R Mayes J Moorman C McKay M Mlnmch Row 2 J Motza J Montgom e L Mouldln N Mltchell C Molsh M Moss B Meyer D McCord T Mrsh Row 2 J Mahollan D Martm N Mc Culley M Mooney J McNelll L Muller B Loomis M Mendenhall D McCallum T Malor R McGill 4 w l Let to rrght S Osterhouf Page M ter J Puma J Olfver Persnnger J Patterson R Putz L Palmer ow 2 Pernua D Owens Plonchon R Qultmeyer A Oliver T Newell J Prnday A Peck M Nlmlgean Row 3 D Orrlck D Oversen D Nrsley R Nephew J OGorchock A Olderlch Su :van G Ortmon D Nunn Orth wl Left o rnght D Pope B as P Payne M Rheaume B Perley H Row land M Patrick M Porter G Plaster w 2 K R C Pen P ock P Putman S Payson S e Prlce A Peters ow 3 Rus Pyron M Payne L Pabst W Parker G Rnchards G Rannwater T Rehmann R Perry B Parller Row l Left to rughf J Stadng G Sutter G Shorrock V Stegman S Stmex J Sa er D Stousbroten G Smmons M Schuler Row 2 J Sampson N Stevenson J Snow M Shuler C Stewart S Snlver J Spear B Smuth E Stephens Row 3 R Sorg D Smnth S Smlth A Sumner M Sanford G Sumpson E Slavntt N essnons R a ella Sern Schreckengosf R w l Left to rnght R Rogers D t ledge A Renfrow A Renter D Roberts B Ramos L Rottman E Rosmarnn K Ric me Row 2 M Reca B Richards J Rodgers L Roe L Rasmussen C Rose J Rxddle S Roberts D Randleman W Ruchardson Row 3 L Ralphs B Russell Sholund H Shuplng T Rrddung Rellly D Rush S Ramsey T Rhlnehart f' lO9 FRESE-IME! I w 1 fr r J Roof N Te C Shorp G Seger T Simmons K Smith S Srumbo R Sehnerf K Self Row 2 Sounders N Sharp P Shelby B Sfudr Subletr Smufh K Schunder :Th S I w Smnh G Smnh J Spencer M South w rrh E Spoldnng B Srelnert R oo B Self B Schlor E Sche est T10 ow 1 r rg P Thompson Tr 51 D Smwth M Taylor M Turner Z Tunun G Todd K Toylor J Toner Row D Tro sdole B Todd: L Troynor Tufon M Toylor R Teosley F Voughon e err w L Vorle Vaughn C Towner T Terry A Toylor S Thomon R Tysko A Turr M Tour M Vensel Row T Lefr To rnght H Word M Wor ner L Wrndsor B Wufoker M Wolf B Wolker H Wlener V Wood J Wolfe D Wnble Row 2 R Zocordr D Vczrnum Vorley J Wotfers B Wnlson L W1 r oughn w 3 Wu er Wolloce G Workentlne J Wnnchester Row 4 R VonDoren R Weuse D Wrlghf Wolron Wu ers B Welg T Wlnfers C Sfennvvochs J Wulluoms w T Left to rlght Whnlake C West S Whlfe J Vlfa D Wnlluams Werz S Wenzel D Weldon B Worden Row 2 W Wes? J Wheeler K Wuechrnan S Wnlhelm Thomson M Yeager ow 3 W Ten B Vnlluard D Wnlllams D Thatcher C Wrnghr T Wayman L Wasku D Watters D Winchester S Wllley C Woodward Ro , A : I , H, Udell, T. Ybarro, G, Watson, D , . . R : B ol , . ' ' , . ' ' , Underclassrnen really cramrning. A-l'l'll'I1'.' Q! M fr 0 ,g Qlltauis 'JS Q, .qsz Qs! J' 0 5 'V' 358 4:12 5,5-.:.+ 1' ga.: 4' -' 9 9,111 ' OR' J A 0 , ' ' N N-.qs 5 'il 4, 1 9' O 'V lg o 'iq' at W "Q il l Cf My goodness what s the mcmer wnh everyone? I thought we were supposed To make nonse ot these gomes F t I' 5 X ! , A, U , I 1 i i ".' 5 - If 1 - nl '4' e I "V - -"LO I 'r 0 A g ' ' "":'-,--'--'tn- r""" . . ' . ! ' --' ' "V . ' 'o,' S x' ..e-!3aQ.w n' . ,dag "gs Nz. 1 ge . ,,. , . , ,in MP-2203 : 5-'Q'5?fr-"1:'3--5'-. -- - .:.2-32 :fig-::5"2.:Q.'3.ZZ'1 v 'I-. L . .D-.-,: -.1-as sa 2. g.-.::',:.-. Q: ,pT..:. 1. ' , .. Q, 's-I if-. f,..l5: 3 . - - ff' -'.3!s"fk-- - YS. . 0. ' ., 5' ' ' ' K K -. X . K ACTIVITIES JIU! If A E KE' QQ S S5515-', ,,-I B vwrzl, , Q o I A5 V . K I, Paasuosm STI DENT BGDY OFFICERS SUSAN MEL NE-S d B d d DIANNE THOMSON-S d B d S y MARY DONLAN-Stud B d T I J 'ful R Q! ip Lgz2'QL'iF""'LiU"QI""" 5 Ling ga? SU" Q f mgkg my 'fl , f-'H' K 4 V .Q x r-5'.ff,, W, L a , , Id :lil A g Q - gk v gf Q sh .,. Q4 A xfia K, ,X 'rt 211- -1 f f.. , , - ,K - ,fn 4 4 'S+ f' " vie xg 'ff ' 4353 4,15 -, 'ff , f -s X ' 3 1 -L ,sa !1 S B I I S.-. PF ESIDEI I I' DICK KRABER S B V I S C PRESIDENT One ot A V s hughest accomplushments us havung one of uts own AVutes be S BVlSC Presudent elect For two consecutuve years A V has been proud to have an AVute elected to thus posutuon ot hugh rank and honor The San ta Barbara Ventura Inter School Councul us composed ot To senuor hugh schools un whuch the problems of the schools are thoroughly duscussed Along wuth hus many dutues as SBVISC Presudent Duck was the Drum Mauor for the AV Band he served on the Board of Control as Parluamentaruan held mem and a Lute Membershup un CSF and somehow managed to carry a straught A average un hus studues DAUGH TERS C F frlc APIERICAN FEVOLI FI' N AW:-XIKD DIANNE THOMPSON D A R AWARD WINNER The Daughters of the Amerucan Revolutuon Award us the hughest honor that can be awarded to any senuor gurl The selectuon for D A R was done by a process of elumu natuon by students and faculty More than deservung of thus award Duanne was selected on her abuluty as a lead er as well as her scholastuc abulutues She has been serv ung tor two semesters as our Student Body Secretary Board of Control Member Student Senate Member Z Club member and Y C C Vuce Presudent Duanne s straught A average has made her one ot the honorable few who ever gaun lute membershup un the Calutornua Schol arshup Federatuon f' N " X s s s xx X berships in Student Senate, Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta, I ' ' I I' ' S ' I I I' ll8 ...iw-'z 2 STUDENT SENATE Rowl Left to nghf C Rake J Cox D Thomson Prevedello B Modrell Row 4 T Lnle A Fetrndge Row 2 M Johnson M Cruz G Grnmes P Loeb J Corber J Brown C Fltzpatrlck Q Johnson S G Smith S Dobrzanskl J Jenne Row 3 K Taylor Marvin Patrnck H Kwll S Star S Newman R l DEN I' SEI li-X IZ. The Student Senate ss a soundzng board between the Student PRESIDENT SUSAN MELINE Body and the Board of Control Representatnves from each turst period class meet to dnscuss many campus problems and brmg them to the attention of the students they represent and VICE PRESIDENT TERRY BUTCHER the Board of Control The Student Senate can always be looked to tor octave partncrpatlon un campus protects as clean up cam palgns Student Body donatlons toward communnty programs and a suggestion box for school Improvement The capable and efflcuent ottncers of the Student Senate are Susan Mellne Presndent Terry Butcher Vuce Presrdent and Sharon Press Sec retary Rowl Lett to rlght T Butcher S Mellne S Press Bowker J Hultt R Curtin C Llrussl Row 4 Row 2 N Teters C Lawrence B Lough E Shu Handell D Kraber T Schuman K Krueger bert S Werr L Delevett M Donlan B Wade S Newman S Butterman J Hassard G Smith Adams L Blue L George B Fern Row 3 C Burks Stlenert M Darling A See C Davidson A Dye A Mayors R Darr J Jones ,-9 . Tv. T Q 1 1 I 8 LL M.. A, I. ' ll, , .. I 1 . ' . 'Q 5 C I- I its - . . . . - I 1 1 - . f I ' , ' 2 . , . ' , . . , . ' , . ' , . I I. : : . , . , . , . - B. , , , . , . , ' K. , 6 pu" """m+ In ,mn '1' ij: 52. Wqn' WWW w xiw X0 5 K 'm""-2sv- 1 .wr Um , L 1, V wi! S! I ff, 4 C! Ja M, w ,44 ix 'Iii' A., V 13 , ' ' 'Q ' t i vi' , Q "V -' 1 'V Q X Av C. ' L' - . A 2- u, J 5? " 3 fl f Q! xc .3- ,f ' 1 g 1 f-of 'A 1 'si x 'W ' 5 ig Q ..--6 , , - v 'r 91-ERVICE President: Sheila Bowers 3 CS E Vrce Presndenl Pa? Jones Row 3 Carol Rake Glenda Kbb n Margie Carol Liebert L d Delevett Bonnle Lough Bar USHERETTES-Row l Left to rnght Betty Nlven Pat Mc I o Sexton Chrls Borden Marnlyn Sherlock Row 2 Georgana Monseve Roberfggn Lmdg Perry Jggyq Berg In G Dsana Dorey Duane Wnsken Nancy Telers Pat Allen Jerri Youngblood bara Handel! Nor shown Joan Gurerruez Secretary Treasurer thi- r- I-r-0 :x Nail Presndent Roy Curran lst semester Not shown Gene Olson 2nd se-mes ter Presudent O S McDonald P Cunnlngham W Klrne D G T Hee Row 3 L Evans ml? Row I Left To rnghl T Bulcher K Jeremlqh V Brrggme B Oden 2 R Hornlllon rlam S arvun A I Nl an aren Olson Second Sernesrer Presldenf H Bkle J Cox Row Kaber J Salcagucr Bowker Ml B Roe B Downs R Dernmllmauer D r Nancy Teters Public Relaflons Manager J'iGANlZfYl'If NS -D u-'ESV' Fnrsf row Left to right Becky Gardner Joyce Jenne Carol Rake Dene Buckner Judy Jones Row 2 Bull Downs Net: Benson Nancy Telers Mollie Pulerbaugh Dave Rumpf L- ' P'lPIll'l'E-IE ASSE-.TIBL f PIPII I' FEE Joyce Jenne Assembly Manager Row 1 Left ro nqhr Gall Jackson Karen Halr Lunda Deleyevr Glenda Roberrson Rae Jean Newell Fauflw Rmeharl Nancy Tefers Row 2 Steve Rumof Sand: Dobrzansk Hugh Blkle Joyce Jenne Roy Cumn Judy War? 1 xx X ,I Q 1 f Q A mr? 4 V L K. 5. Y 5 IL i x.L A,.i xx , "Y v I- up R No PAT ALLEN l- ACTIVITIES EDITOR 9 T AF? As in the past the publishers of the yearbook were Yearbooks Incorporated of Monrovia, California. Our wonderful photography was again done by Alfred and Fabris Studios of Los Angeles. Our Annual Journalism Trip was taken to U.C.L.A. where we were informed about yearbook planning and publishing procedures. Gratefully aiding the Yucca Staff were Linda Dele- vett, Business Manager, Pat Allen, Activity Editor, Larry McKibbon, Sports Editor, Dene Buckner, Copy Editor, Suzy Weir, Photography Editor, and Shelia Bowers, Class Editor. We, the Yucca Staff now pre- sent you the 1959 Yucca, which we hope you will be proud to own. -s S 1 DENE BUCKNER COPY EDITOR LARRY MCKI BBON SPORTS EDITOR 1 2.1. . 'IINKN . .AT CAROL RAKE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Lett to right, Bonnie Lough, Micki Lewis, Porforio Ogas, Mollie Puter- bough, Carol Lomey, Carol Liebert, Linda Rawlings. 123 0 l"Al"l"'l' QAND Prxfc BILL DOWNS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF fc vp-fx? A Y , ly ik, , 4 This year the Sandpaper Staff continued to sup- ply the school with the news and all the latest social events. Under the excellent supervision of Mr. Nybakken, Advisor, and Bill Downs, Editor- in-Chief, the paper was delivered bi-weekly. The overwhelming popularity of the paper was due to the assistance of all the statf members and co-editors. The paper, like in previous years, was printed by Africa Printers. if T 3 f 43 3 was , 4 ,gf i fm-c - bg, 2 4.4 1' BOB FREDLUND spoms EDITOR FEATURE EDWOR PHOTOGRAPHER Left to right: Dennis Dyck, Linda Baxter, Rocci Zoccardi, Nada Lopos- sa DeMarcus, Dan Walters, Terry Hee, Becky Gardner. 9 T AFP With the co-assistance of Bill Downs, editor, the editorial staff of the Sand Paper put together a paper that was one of the most popular in years, The interest shown in the editorials, stor- ies and features by the staff met with almost unanimous approval by the students. The Sand Paper found itself a rnain rallying point of some of the groups of thought in the school. The Sand Paper's editorials were particularly effect- ive in their points and arguments. MR. RALPH NYBAKKEN ADVISOR ROCCI ZOCCARDI BARBARA COX WALTER PLUS PHOTOGRAPHER SOCIAL EDITOR NEWS EDITOR Left to right: Julie Pressgrove, Ann Dye, Ginger Cox, Joyce Jenne, Bar- bara Burdick, and Dene Buckner. 1 t ROY CURTIN, ist Semester Honor Society President. i-If NOR The lst semester honor society was headed by Roy Curtin and his able officers Barbara Ballard, Vice President, Toni Duce, Secretary, and Nancy Carder, Treasurer. Some of their activities included field trips, fund raising pro iects, and sponsored dances. HONOR SOCIETY LIFE MEMBERS Row l Left to right Dorothy Hosler Barbara Burdick Ann Anderson Row 2 Barbara Ballard Carol Ann Morsefield Pat Morton Sharon Adams Row 3 Barbara Richards Toni Duce Margaret McGowan Dianne Thomson Susan Melun Roberta Smith Row 4 Conrad Englehart Clyde Dickenson Don Alder man Kurt Brock Wayne Kime Vince Brigante Roy Curtin Not shown are Dick Kraber and Bob Drudge w l t t Ber Bird C Sparks A Dapas V Hop p r D Sugimoto M Nelson S son C Fl herty A Leg Thurston L Cochran S Wamsley M Dandrige J Ponce R Fitzgerald B Spade B Duram Row 3 L Lay field P Smith L Perry M Gorham M Sherlock L Anglin A Fetridge Rake L Harris A Barn Row V Butbee A Anderson R Newell P Bunyard S Press S Tanley N Orgy O Johnson U Mith S Bee Row 5 E Johnson B Wilson McGrew B Washington B Huitt J Barth T Dardis D Rasmussen 5. Ro , Let to righ 1 J. g, D. ef f - ' Q , ' ' , . Hob , , a , . , M. Tales. Row 2: S. Miller, L. Blue, J. -J sf .' '. Ai ' , ' f , f ', ol 9' Cl-TY Vince Brigante headed the 2nd semester honor society lt was sponsored by Mass Josephtne Dart Mr Fellers and Mrs Pollock They had a very successful yeor st was re ported -,,.,,a-lli- Row l Left to rnght M Lewns G Jackson F Rlnehart M McGowan C Morsefueld N Carder W White H Gulbertson J Peak G Robertson C Borden P Bunyard Row 2 R Patterson K Wyant D Buckner L Unger B Cox L LoBuono M Pyas D Draper S Bowers T Bowers B Flschel J H d son G Burdette Row 3 J Youngblood D Mashek C Burks K Rogsdull S Duce A See D Morse held J Recher C Jones D McPherson K Mafors R Dapas Row 4 S Adams M Donlan J Hcssard D Drnpper M Lewts M Soboto S Pump T Schuaman J Peak B Gibson C Liebert G Boyles T Homes Row 5 D Vaughan C Wnlhelm B Downs S Mason P Nuxon J Smlth R Dernmelmaner S Morvun B Klauda S Wear M Puterbaugh B Roe R Brodle H Bnkle Row T Left to rtght B Wade mhull J Tlndoll J Corbeer Spratt L George D Mulford Demers L Munch J Haugen Jenne S Ntchlos M Adams Teters L Delevett Row 2 S Jones R mtto C Callas J Gemmtll Rynolds B Ranger C Gombs Sobrzonslcn J Meoger T Gayle rtts J Ferrel S Sterk ow M Robertson C Lawrence P amrell B nven War Wuley B Clements B Procktor S :emann M Martnn P Ctebert G Bender Row 4 J Brown mpf o Atms nroe A Bll I B Drud e Downs R Gobertson J Kelly Row Ne ers Ca e a agucht L Dewns I Doerfler L user Ac er Yedtd B Srmpson VINCE BRIGANTE 2nd Semester Honor Socuety Presrdent U . ,,,,,,,....,j, , - . -A Tn H H A . , . , , , . , . , , , . , . , . , . u - , I 2 . , J. Bro ' , . ' , . , S, . , . , . , D. , . , . , J. , . ' , . , N. E. ol 7 , . ' , f ' 4 1 P. e , . ' , . , D. ', . , . , V, Cu ' , , l, . . R D , . N' , L. d, M. Sp' l I I, . I A I, , Leir: L. re, sw' ', T, W lf, s.' 7 , Bi Mo , . i itt', . g , B. 5. B. ,Bell, T. f ', LR. L, J. S lc ', , ' , H. L'ps, C. , . M' , S. R , V. THESPIANS Row l, Left to right: Corina Prevedello, Treas- urerp Judy Tucker, Presi- denfg Nada Lopossa, Sec- relaryp Jim Cox, Vice President. Row 2: Mary Johnsp Sharon Nicklosy Muriel Brarr, Carol Liebert Diane Drapery Pam Loeb. Row 3: Miss Muriel MCA Daniel, Sponsorg Carolyn Kyle. Margaret McGowenp Dale Vernery Doug Mon- roeg Joe Leey Carol Fla- herfyg Roslie Prevedello. AUDIO VISUAL Row l, Left to right: G. Dcirneg W. Hillg R. Hunts ley.. Row 2: C. Hairy R. Pearsony W. Oliverg D. Marsh. Row 3: Mr. Brun- berg, sponsor. S. Pszykg D. Browng D, Vernery B. Howell. in .4 SPEECH PRODUCTIONS Row l, Left To right: Karen Hairy Elsie Schuberry Torn Stanley. Joyce Jenneg Mr. Jack Held, Sponsor. Row 2: Bill Swineyg Rich- ard Patterson, Nor shown are Harold Holler and Elaine Ramiro. X . "N unfg AE'- Ov , 'I 6. '00, .QQQ . 1 F' Wx 7 N 'i ll . --. . 'xv X L. Q m F gk fa T ,I ml' ll S x , K G 1 J . a 1 ., Q S Af 4 X 1 is X 'A v -- - x ri. iff fb y S' ilyhg rg ig, L 4 A . R- ' fy feng ww Q E' gg--'.'!U95:Z' , snrqng X . ' -'D 7411 . ' . ' ' :FT ' 4 ll'-lla :' I ' ix X J -f" , , ,, lf ! 4 -I 5- .mg FUN U PURE PAF PIERS F AMERICA JFFRERS Stondlng Left to rrght Roy McCormack Treosurer Roy Terry Sentrnel Steve Rumpf Presldent Gory Combs Secretory Kneelrng Ken Lewrs Vuce Presrdent ond Dove Rumpf Reporter The Future Fclrmers of Amenco IS o club for oll boys enrolled In ogrrculture Clos ses Among other thrngs eoch yeor they go on treld tnps sponsor o donce ond present on ossernbly Thus yeor the F FA heoded by Steve Rumpf President gove two skits tor their onnuol ossernbly They were the Junior skit entitled Bull Durom ond the Sennor slut The Shooting ot Don McGrew l I These FFA boys leorn the proper woy to butcher G lomb PIR F Fl-X DAVE RUMPF Thls yeors Sensor FFA slut, tutled e Shootrng of Don McGrew, went over very bug with the stu dents ot AV F u I X r f f' s 'rf ff ull . . . .,,,,,l V 1 - ,-fs 1,74 ,,,4",fM A , ii. s I 5 5 5 5 .,Th . A V A ru FUTURE I-IOP'IEI'IAKERS OF AMERICA BRE HU EMAKL-193 SFNIJR JFFICFRS Tan I, fi' 'Q Vw", I EXECUTIVE OFFICERS HI ' '1 'mv-5 'J gl, Sz' :'-'Q Ninn. Te' c A V3 ' 3 ff. A., hmm. - M01 I AMERICA I ISS " JUNIOR JFFI FRS RE I-IUMEMAK Y :cp QNX RE HDMEMAK H OFFICERS FARMERETTE OFFICERS FA? PIE? E-'.'I"l'1-ES Row l, Left ro right: Luidla Owings, Judy Wllfley, Sandy Scavel, Georgianna Moisieve, Sandy Ernbree. FARPII.-E51-El'l'L-.S IN AC fl' N The FarmereTTesTh1s year were led very ably by thenr officers Sandy Embree Georgnanna Mousueve Luudua Ownngs Judy Wrlfley and Sandy Scavel Being a very acflve organization on campus The Farmereffes held a sno cone sale early rn the Natural Beaufyll These four lovely freshmen were among the many who were farmers for o day "'+s 1 Fla! -V fall and They Took many held Trvps To varrous places nn which They vlewed many dlfferent phases of agrlculfure and farmrng A hughlught of The year vvhech The gurls wnll long re member was The Farmerelfes lnmaflon Qualny Plus Thars the remarks heard os the gurls are garhered around to observe Thrs hunk of beef CAD1-'E'l' Cf 'WY Pl' C rrlocr 5 Malor Marshall Darlmg Captann Make Hoff man 2nd Lueutenant Julian Rnce Captaun Lynn Clnfton 2nd Lneutenanr Vnctor Yedud The Cadet Corps have been headed by Battalion Commander Malor Marshall Darllng for the year of 1958 1959 They have participated ln such events as held traps cancer drives and pot luck dnnners They sponsored the Mllntary Ball whrch was held on May 9 At thus tnme Col Robert Thomas announced that Jullan Rsce would be Battalion Commander for the year 1959 1960 Col Thomas served as Commandant Front row Left to rnght R Berry R Levis M Malry D Proctor J Montgomery D Thatcher Dmman L Arnold Row 2 N Robeson Baker J W cms L Prock G Sm: h M rgarnes J Holt H Herrera L Johnson M Russell Row 3 D Wyble C Saclcett R Nephew M F elds J Walker M Romero Erwnn L Be J Abrams G Wagner Urea fi VAN, 5 si P -1. 1' s rbif Front row Left to nght J Knrkpotruck M Tay J Holt M Brez L Huffman L Lava wo B Wilson Row R Corddonrer Bard C Harper J Clover S Denton W Day B Bourbeau B Rrnaldn Row 3 P Crow H Walker J Gulbrarson L Berglof R Clark B Gnpson N Erlckson F Mansh L Smnth 133 L . . 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X . 3 A 3 ' fs I ' - , ' . . fr 1 - T f l Sf cm- Cf rfuMl'r'raa Left to rrghr Nancy Teters Drane Mulford Wayne Klme Susan Melrne Social Charrman Jam Cox and Terry Hee I-Fl'-':'PI'XN'9' '13 Row 1 Leff to rrght Jack McLaughlin Tom Lrle Vince Brlganre Roy Curfm John Fregel Joe Frfzgerald Make Del Grosso Row 2 Jack Tlffman Bull Von Doren Wayne Krme Ross Welch Rrchard Darr Toby Gwynn Dwrghr Clark Row 3 Make McLaughIm Ted Grmmell Bob Shoulund Bob Roe Bob Clear Carlo Gross: Jam Barth Hugh Brkle Rrchard Fauna Rrcky Ward 2 , , r , I F1 1 , 4 r X I 'U W ,,. .I , Q 4 . C- I 7 1 1 1 I I f 4 1 r I 1 1 1 1 ' Z I IN! TIA fl' Nm Ladues your fngurell Freshmen Mel Payne and George Combs are being rnmated Info FFA Luke your pleasure brg9 Sharon Adams Bug A Presrdenf as seen here rnmatmg two new members Mary Gorham and Carol Rake I almost lost my head' I Zi I PX Ci-XNDID OUT OF FOCUS9 The vars1Ty cheerleaders Pam Bunyard Su san Mellne Bev Wade and Pen ny Bunyard seem To be doing Theur spurned best To creaTe more splruT Tor our TooTloall Team They could have danced all nught Everyone IS enloy ng Themselves as They dance In The heavenly atmosphere of The ChrrsTmos Ball In a l1TTle grass shack Ho wauuan Day for The sensors was a bug success especnally with These gurls who came from wan 1usT for The bug day e Hula Girls are left To rnght Hu o Demers l-lame Wade Lu Auw Puterbaugh CoconuT Rake Mu Mu Ragsdnll Pnnecupple George and Aloha Hum x,,s, STI Di-INT ACPI' N Rah' Rah' Rah' AV makes a Touchdown and The crowd goes wuld aT The Oxnard game and her heart sTood The Three lovely gurls seen here were our 1958 Homecoming Royalfy They are from left T rlghT Judy HUITT and .lack See Susan Melrne and Jim ldleman and Barbara Cox and Joe FrTz gerald Food anyone? l The F H A bake off sux gurls were chosen TorThe sem: Tunals and on March 3lsT Two gurls were chosen for The flnal 3-to for Mary Martin as she models her very smart blouse of brown plaid fitted at the waist scoop neck line and short sleeves with her matching skirt Her accessories are white beads purse and shoes Ronnie is wearing a red black and white striped ivy league shirt with black ivy league pants This s a typical sight around our campus Talking over the latest happenings campus are Cheryl Meline wearing a green plaid sheath with a very stylish a the neck a d Walter Plus in a sik with a beige vest black peggers and the sporting white bucks ound fitted bow shirt very A common sight is everyone meeting on the Cafeteria patio during lunch Judy Elmer and Don Hern are admired by everyone as they show aff their smart outfits Judy is wearing a cocoa brown summer dress with pink acces sories Don is wearing a brown and beige striped shirt that goes smartly with his beige ivy league pants Displaying her stylish brown sheath is Jerilyn Purcell her outfit is accented with red ac cessories Tom Lile wearing a red vest white rt and black pants is right in style r a well dressed AV boy Jerilyn and Tom are students of the proud Senior class FAD? N' L S W shi , ' A ' fo Ronnie Tucker is shown holding the door open l ' ' ar . , I . i t n ' 'l ' F:-XSi-Il' NS N Among the many styles whtch were worn by the AV g rls dur ng the colder months were fur blend weaters nd plad sktrs as shown by Pam Bun n yard Ge y Smtth models the coordnnated outftt of sl t weater and lvy League pants ga- np. -.ff Beverly Wade and Fred Scrubner pause on thetr way to lunch to show us the Shetland sweaters and Mohatr car coats whtch were very popular wrtn the students at AV thus wrnter On their way to class Mary Lou Downs and Dan Walters mule as they show off thenr outfats Notrce Mary Lou s trghts which match her skirt and Dan s colleglate looklng sweater and pants v L ,r ,Q Another ute couple Marsha Robertson and Gene Olson slow otf thetr smart outfnts Marsha models her gree and lavender platd chemtse whtle Gene wears or outtrt of matched browns 9 I NICE-I I' 2" 5- 4-61" -.,-5' 18,- Fursr row Left to rught Dave Rumpf Roy Curran Rrcnard Demmelrnawer Gene Olson Vrnce Brlganre Terry Butcher John Bovvker Mr Blankensrvp Advrsor Row 2 Bob Qoe Jlm Stewnerr Sieve Marvun Second Semes'er Presrdenr Jrm ldleman Tom Lrle Joe Frrzgerald Wavne Klrne Blame Handel! Preslde-nf Tom Lrle Frrsf Semester Pres: I r den? not pictured Steve Mar F r r r van Second Semesmr Presrdem 1 Frrsr row Left to rngnf Mr Jack P Held Advrsor Sharon Nrchols Joyce Jenne Barbara Burdxck Pa? Lener Dorls Rarhburn Ellzaberh Downs Row 2 Jean Haugen Ted Jones Blame Handel! Bxll Downs Lee Verry w Qs Y S 1 If V! no 5 'J' 5. iq Q 3 in J cy I' ' fx , , - x uf I 'Q J A I , PIU rX..l'l'lrX I-HE rrx DON ALDERMAN rs w eff o r I C D kmson H Scarf D Pearson P MII T Dardrs D Prafher M McLaug In rr r Cur In Row Q K Brock T WOII B Berrner V Dodsworr Krme R Condrf R Aoor R Dernme marer J Sakaguch E Smocgen M Ears J Shannon asn ussen D Aderman W 3 J s r earn B B Gard er J Ferre S Spro och an er r G Busk C Branch E Snov M SI'1eroc K eron S Adams Advrsor Mrs Pckus R w A P L r B Barron L Perry J I-Iau en J Recher Vaughn K Wehr Row 5 J BrarnI1aII G Jackson M Nelson R Frfzgerald M Dyas A Helnk FrscheI L Cocnran J Markossen Duce S M Wrley L LoBuono M Sobofa N ShIrner L Srrvers BARBARA BALLARD Y L 1 I l PRESIDENT ' PREQDENT 1 QQ J 3 w I T ams r n e son e ers I e Cox Anderson E SpneIman F Rrnehorf B Burdrck Row 2 J TxndaII B Gardner N Carder T Shaman Lo aono A Ferrrdge D T omson S Melme D Vaughn Haugen B Clemen s J Peak of prcfured Llnda George i X I I' I I ' ' I I I I I I I I II 'Y T I , I I K x I X I I . t' ' 1 I nr' X M-...n.,.."',, F'rfro,L.T igI1...c' ,.- ,. ,. r,. ',. ,, hI', T. Ideal, V. Yedrd,G Fox, V B gxnre, R, f' . 1 . , . , . ' , . h, W. , . I, . 4 , , I ' , . , . , . I, , , D. R. 5 , , I . . Ro r . Don 'e, B. F B, ardrck, . n , . II, . TT, J. Sakag I M. Mar' , V. I-Iopp , D. I-IosIe, J. TIndaII, . , . , . , . I k, E. e , , ' , . I , o 1 . eie, , , , . g , , , J. Ponce, C. LIndIey, D. MacPf'erson, D. MorsefIeId, J. Peak, B, Bell, E. Spielmann, S, Meline, B. Smith, D. , . . : . , . , . , . ' , . , , ' , GG lb I Ro , Lef To rigI1r: Mrs. Ad , C. G PIII , L. Perry, M. N I , N. TI , M. W'I y, J. , A. L, B , . ' , . I' , . ' , . , J. , , T , . V N ' .Q 1- 8 I .A F x , 3 4 ' I. I 'EP C 1- , B X .. . , . X . I I I X I ' I 4 'I 'lf f, 1 v 6- 3 ' . Ci-I RALEEF S Row l Lelf to rlghf Ron Hlcks Fred Rnch Row 2 gory Burkey Row 3 Don Holl Ted Fowler Blolne Hondell Don Boll Ken Peorcy l"l" l"I" 1 111 Row I Left ro rlghr S Houckenberry R Adams D Horrxson C Pmeo M McGubbon J Poyne H ToDesco L Gnffln M Fornom B Poy e M Benson J Wmloke B Brown Row Wrr enne Hormon Po M Hunter P Howor mnrn L nklns on I Ho ungswort Furn er son nes S o e G Sm T H Foutnbur C slow Row 3 P Mcliubbon R Jesse S Former D Shnrley S T oldwln J G nner C Boss D Honrgrove K Gulbronson Helke R Snoff M Peterson P Hover L Clork S Kosfeclcy C Nygoord oddox K Hll w ner B wers e N Ryan cobee M Glunes B Sherry M Mulllgon B S r Mohlmg C OConner J Kuluon C McGnbbon D Mosskelw S George N Howard B Reynolds J Morckussen N Demorkus .56- .-iii' xi' 'X CAPPELLA -rl Jlrl Row l Left to rlght H Tedesco C Harmon M Farnom B Payne N L ossa B Bogerma W Plus D H ll G Pema L Maddox B Fearn Mrl er Wu C Sro Ro lefr Yo rlghf B Permell M Hun r 'Jer Huc abee Re molds Fow er R Hlcks L Tummons vv 3 ft? rrgh L Grlffln D Harrgrcve M GlmesM Schwan R an G Barkey B Hwrwdell R OToole K Peorcy P McKl on rmer J Payne L Moore G Smnh Row A l fr to rghl J Parr McKlbbon D Mashek K Mohllng C OConner L Ausfm W Muller Rrch S McDonald B Clark N Howard V Baldwrn S Kosfeclcy J"xCi'lLtb Fr rx ORCHESTRA Flrsf row Ieffto rlghf M L Sobo'o S Wlscn C Hoerner W Chandler V Hamln rv P Flclc E Thomas D Sumosorn G Beckemeyer D Hosl A Sfrvers T Hopper S Schwar'z J Slrhpsorw bshow J Slow l rwcod C Ballar K Plckus K Brock Row 2 lefrro rlghf L Mollmer J Roach S Ma n Kyle ROW 3 lefffo NQLW C Bohurwon P WOlf9 M Ballard M Earls Q ' I ' : . , . , . , , , . N. y I , , . . , . ' , . , . 'bln GD , . , - , V G , . W , - , - , S. Fo I . I . , . ' . . e l : . y S. l , J. 'rr, . ley. w 2: A : . I . Te , C. ' , . , ' I . ' I , ' , . ' B. S l , V. lc , B. y , T. l I . ' , . ' , FI ' , , , . , . , . ' , , T. Nelsom K, Hull, C, Polf, M, Freudenberg, M. Mclilbbon, L. Collzau. LI BlUeI BI CIgyI Ro , le o ' M . ' ' I . ' I . ' , . T, t ' x 'A ' . ' I ' I I I I , I I . , . T , A G o- e, , l , . I . ' . , . er . ' , . I . I I ' I J. Ba , , 'I T. Lrde , . Fllclg R. Reed, B. d, C . J I . I I ' I I ' I I l I SQ I . , 1 z -I , . , V. I . DOTTING THE "A" Selected os Outstanding Senior Girl wcis Bcirboro Bcillord. She wos selected by the vote of the bond tor her superior leadership os well os her outstanding musicol cibility, This is the highest owcird ci Senior Girl Bond Member con receive. BARBARA BALLARD Bi-XND f FFICERS BAND OFHCERS, left to right: Dorothy Hosler, Borbciro Bcillord, Dick Krober, Carolyn Griffin, President, Clyde Dickenson. DOTTING THE "V" Dick Krober dotted the "V" for being selected Out- standing Senior Boy Bond Member. Dick led the bond in all porodes, etc., os he served os Drum Moior, os well os being ci bond of- ficer. Dick is certcxinly very deserving of this high owcird. DICK KRABER SENIOR CfNC1EF T BAND PII-XJ' RET T ES I-XND BANNEF BEARERS DRUM MAJOR Duck Krczber Dolng Q fabulous 'ob of leodung our outvcndung Rose Pcrode Bond as our x cellenf Drum Malor Dnck Krober Kneeling Left ru Heed Moloretfe Drone Demers Clara Casey Standing Left to right Karen Newfson J e cz n Peurcy Pot Edel and Kathy Bnhell POM POM Left to rnght Jen yn urcell J u d y Banks ond Glennel Smnh BAND Dllllflf N9 PERCUSSION Left To rrghr M Hleberr J Hudson B Wolfer S Wrlson D Olnver M Compton A Prrckeff B Rlchards K Fleming Row I Left fo rrghf A See C Morsefreld B Wolf J Cox B Ballard A Shvers B Downs L Cochran D Hosler N Carder B Spade C Doerfler S Duce M Downs J Sxmpson L Taylor L Sowers Row 2 G Potter T McCaleb G Burkey M Harrrs urcell C Grrffm Nrc os Trnda J Coer er Sm: D Mor efleld J S ruell B Lon man V urfrs Ferre Pearson Q Johnson D Olxver B Packard Row 3 T Duce B Melhorn J Gemmrll P Wemple B Handell M Lrvrngsron L LoBuono T Ideal D Brossear F Reed B Roe S Marvrn BRASS Row l Left ro rlghf E Thomas L Marhnson L Pabst P Flrck J Conley R Cundlff G Ralnwafer D Grreco B McMullen R Scharf E Mclnfyre T Gale J Manuel Row 2 S Acker D Darrow F Lynch J Mreger K Wvechman P Morton J Sfoudt P Shelby D Srmpson J Badger? J Lenhardf J Burkey P Curfln D Kraber C Duckrnson D Mlranl B Drudge R Engemann Row 3 K Brock D Long F Purcell L Parker fin!-s f"'Y 'Ury' N-N, .lunlor Vorsrty Cheerleaders are from left to rlght Bonnle Lough Drone Draper Drono Dorey Carolyn Lawrence ond Betty Kloudo l-lead JV Frosh Soph Cheerleaders ore from left to rrght Jomce Collrs Cheryl Fitzpatrick Judy Ben nett Head Frosh Soph Cheer leader Cheryl Melllne Jeanette Browmng , . . 1 I 1 1 -.135-,,,.f,,-1,5 ,,,,, ' -.... if ' fu. It .,.. - - - M ...W -V ,.. - I. W-uw, - 'wk ,Nth -'11-i --w..,..u,..-......,..,. -Q. Bl-,L - .-mv-,f-.,..,,,, sv-313' ll ' i 41' -. 'wo-" - 1 4-uf . .Q but hu- 'I ' V? 5- 14- 'I ., Q.: ' Y'?7a'-wtf, .1-' .Xu . 3, . , Dm Y 'Q 4 gl -. 1 .,PQv - gt - .. I '- , r..-1' A 1 . 1 1, r X: . 1 I -,,,m0':f t' g, ,Q an , "rf 94 wndif' N .. . V' -u.,,,, - ff' ' -10 U 044 F" - aah Q ..4U"' - -t '--,.-wax, "' -' .,,.v.:. 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B CJ7' ' 4.-i'-' 5' Doing o rerrificicib of leading songs and creating spiriv this year were our '59 Songleuders Judy Hum, Pct Pennel, Marsha Robertson, and JoEIIen Peck. ri Ur f FJ ? 1 1 MASQ' ' ui 'Q , 5 U-8 , V I ' 'X L' V,,,, - . 1 ' p.,,,l.f,-.1-wg, V' g A ,-,,f- :F L. K V, 1 - -g , , Vg, 'ff'::'5"s' N-ir:--.v V " - b ' f "A Q 9. 418- -- fi ,, . r ""g.--'zt Nr, , , ., ' 11 0.5 . 1 - . JW- -1. .' -N-'. ".-Q, 'Q-'M' 4 -,.A' . -L. -0 614. 3' ",., ,. ',',"...,. .fr 4 :" '21 ' - 1 .f ,, Fam' 1aj'jf:am- V- . ,glfft-'K' x-,' f'i':iVfQ,GwM4k,,, , . " ff 4 Aw .4vff ,W-f"'f' " ri 1. ' l A .7 . ' w , ""w A-f-:RCW f- ff- " Q ' f:x:Q,jJg,xY.'f -2+ 4 'Z , , I P f .q' ' 2' 'Q - ' ',..v 'un K, "tv Q f Q N wr V f 9-11-,ffl Cthbh . f a Q I, Q 7.5.9 ,,, W y ag? 'Y'-x !"'..ll 1 , -5-1-4' x ' I , MN ab , Q .- -f 51 Q :fu 'f 1 ' 'Qf"1, A -- ' V XM4 3, 'N' x '.X'. ' V Q f N Q 1 E 1-'fd' ftp .h yx - , Q X N O , X - ,f-.4155 was O ' 1 0 ' ' I , A u I 'I ' i I f A Q P 'UT D 11, ' A ,fi I' , ,MY 1 ni' , i , gf I is , ' - 5. - 4 X "' - I 9 M fa' Q , X lv! ' 1' iw , , K' Q 51" H' 1, ff .u fn 9 94-, l - -L '-5 up . aw -, ., , , .,n4" ' , X. J 4 JTFTANDINC The outstanding classmate s were chosen on the basis ot their leadership qualities and er p sonality. Also counted were services to the community their clas , s, grade, abilities and activities. They were chosen by the class sponsors and approved b classmates. y their N 'UFS FANDING SENIC R9 This year the Senior Class sponsors ch ose MARY WILSON as the outstanding Senior girl Mary has been Senior Class Vice President and as such has worked very diligently forthe l cass of 59 Her hard work along with her outstanding personality and abilit t y o get along with everyone helped her to win this honor MARSHALL D standing Senior boy He has proven h I ARLING known by many as Buck was chosen as th ll is eadership abilities in his position as Mayor of the Cadet Corps Also durin h h g is senior year he has been c osen by the leaders of th tow n as one of the Youths of the Month These two seniors are really working had f r or the Senior Class of T959 and we are really proud of them e out XP '7"'n-.,.. - V f' , - . 7 ,f1,,N , ,. f , ,1, 4 .' ug J M wv , . f , ,, y y W v -V A R , ,M I Q ' 2? if f .f-41-my!" . " p . -5? ' ' . Aff ,c fhn I . ' ' v- Q Q- J .M ' ' ' -.' 'Fa' ' , Q nf , ..""91f','.' 73v- "' f 'f PRINCESS Bi-XRBARA gin? -1 fa? 1 , Q F Jim 'L+ y A , .,,, -. ng , u, , I MGI, is -.55,,l . Hs Sh de riyxfz' JQe . , . f tr' PRINCESS JUDY S . ,fig 'W . Y. "A 1 Q , -RSE, , V, 0 .A K X I-l1ER MAJgESTY QUEEN was J -V, A. , wr 1 , V 'fi I i C gl fl . , -. 'V . u -' , -0 ,v. ..- .., . fl .' BARBARA BALLARD JUDY HUITT to L" Fr: 'f' . 7 ruin.-Z'. V CAROL RAKE 'Q-ab A ik 'FM '4- 1- L- - Q 'A an x .F , rc-f 1 :V - ' Q52 - Lf ,Wil A . 2 'ff 'I BEVERLY WADE 5,1 A. 1 V .JA K . H J A 1, " ,Q f PR M QUEEN I-IIRLEY BAKE Q. , fa: , -:Q I g g , .:,.,- S. s ugjfwjla- 5129? ff wwf, aw, U, -f """ Kr. .X Q .1 1--,f " f, . f . gs, N , , ,Z ,gc 'wa' ff 579 n W 11 is my ,A v kk' , N' fa wi' -4, .5 'A A., 5-,LST .!:'f 'w .Ns ,Q-, ,QPR -.- x ,-. x -X. '29 ar .-.-wp. . . .-'H' -f WL 2 wg , ., 7? . -wk .W .ff IX. ,,f, ff Pig 1. 4 4 'S x .M . Ng, jd ' , AND i-IEE On Saturday, May 9, at lO:3O P.M. beautiful Carol Rake was crowned Queen of the T958-59 Military Ball by Major Marshall Darling, The lovely Princesses in her Court were Barbara Ballard, Linda George, Marsha Robertson, Nancy Teters and Suzy Weir who were escorted by Com- missioned Officers ot the ,, li BARBARA BALLARD Cf URT Cadet Corps. The Queen and Her Court were selected by unanimous vote of the Stu- dent Body early in February. The Military Ball this year was held in the high school Cafeteria, with the Queen beginning her reign at 8:00 and ending at the bewitch- ing hour of midnight. LINDA GEORGE MARSHA ROBERTSON NANCY TETERS Suzy Wm BASiQE'l'BALL 40 dh k E II FOOT BALL 'Nl' I A 7 52M F' ii L ' 1... an .aw u 4,,,, 4 wo. an U A-am P OO U n ,sv x "2 y I .1 " t l,' J X 2' , 5" --an . Q W ' A rs I , ,.- lm . ' ll 8,11 dh' 1 Wh Ig h"'1 h h' ff II. COACH FRED BISTRICK COACH HENRY MILLER COACH GEORGE NELMARK Nfvlfl' 66- 515 au Z5 COACH VERNON CONRAD 4 COACH JACK KAISER COACH JERRY MURNANE COACH LOU SHOEMAKER COACH JERRY TARKANIAN .,4 ' . , 'Q H. . Y 1 x ., LLOYD HELGESON DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS c. I-Koi-IES The boys Physvcal Educatgon Department was again headed by Coach Lloyd Helgeson as It has been tor the past few years As snstung Helgeson thus year were AV s very able coaches Coach Mrller who coached the B Basketball Team Varsity Basketball and Tennas Coach Tarkanran Coach Kauser who coaches the Varsnty and Cross Country Track teams Coach Murnane who coached the Gymnastics Team and Frosh Soph Foot ball Team along wrth Coach Nelmark who also coached the Junror Varsrty Baseball Team Varsity Baseball and Football Teams were coached by Lou Shoemaker coachung the C Basketball Team was Coach Con rad and last but not least rs Coach Blstrzck who coached the C Track Team Discussing the events of the day are Coaches Mrller Karser Choemaker Tarkanlan and Nelmark as they gather between classes In the boys gym otfrce GRRRRRRRRR' X : 1 1 7 1 , 2 , f 2 J f I 1 1 -. , . -il 's 2 . 'xl f , 1 ' 1 1 IARSITY Chuck Barnes Jr Hugh Bukle J V'nC9 BVIQUUTE SV John Brownwood Soph Dwlghf Clark Jr Jgmeg Cole Sf Richard Dclrr S Make DelGrosso S , . ' , r. ' ' , , . Terry Butcher, Sr. , . , , ' , r. ' , f FOOT BALL R h d F So h Steve Dorrns Soph Orvcl Dowdy Jr lc or cmd P John Felgel Jr Joe Fitzgerald Sr Wayne Klme Sr Larry McKlbbon Jr Jack Mclaughun J 4 . . ' , - , - , . Jim Idleman, Captain, Sr. "SSN AN'l'1-EL' PE? Mike MUGS. JY- Fred Miller, Sr. Gene Olsen, Jr. Perry Pulos S Bob Roe Jr Jock See Sr Ed Shipley J Jxm Steunerf Sr John Sylvnes Sr ,r. ,. ,, i , ,r, ,- , IARSITY AND J.V. -Al Q Row l left to rlght Roe Fengel Dowdy Bnkle Westerlm Davts Thompson Bngante Butcher Fauna Row 2 Darr ldelman Thompson Olson Athts Muller Curtns Fate McKubbon Cole Row 3 Coach Bustrrck Brownwood Dovts Fntzgerald Rach Potter Pnpktn Pulos Stennert McLaughlin See Clark Coach Shoe maker Row 4 Coach Helgeson Sylvtes Shtpley Mules Hecker Knme McKum Russell Del Grosso Smlth Barnes Coach Kaiser The team combrnatlon of Varslty and Junlor Varstty showed a lot of fight and splrlt as they were put up agannst some pretty rough competntuon No one wnll for get the thrnll that came at the Homecoming Game when we downed Ventura l2 6 These boys really fought this year but as you know dudnt do so well Santa Marta Bakersfield Cathedral Jefferson Santa Barbara Santa Paula Ventura We got off to a bad start thus year and couldnt seem to get back on our feet Although we had a lot of fught and hustle we couldnt seem to be doung what was expected of us' Team Captaun Jtm ldleman was chosen outstandlng player due to his enthusnastuc work for the team AV O .......................... ' 19 AV 13 .......................... ' 27 AV 7 .......................... 26 AV l2 .......................... Oxnard 34 AV T3 .......................... 22 AV O .......................... T2 AV O .......................... 13 AV 21 .......................... 6 Seniors, Fred Miller ond Joe Fitzgerald smeor the Yellow Jackets for no goin in unother exciting ploy. Chuck Barnes ond Jock See move in for the tackle in the Homecoming gome with Ventura The mighty Antelopes run onto the field reody to ploy another exciting game VA? al ff Cofmcb Heloeson b mg C med off Tie feld offer our wcroruous Homecommg Gwme IN AC Fl' N MQHQ Dfwgiwr Clark stops 0 Lghtmg Ox FWVCJ rvvfv on We Antelope 4 yard Vine 'o fvvcw Mem for C1 great loss. d guard L'1ry McKw b fm bl cks 4 . 1-I 51.14- U 4U iw ,' EAW v .f cub L5 Q Al 'rn FF VI 9 Hu-I FOOTBALL '1 'I Q lqwqmif 435 iw T958 59 FROSH SOPH CHANNEL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Row I left to right G Leithliter manager H Bloemendahl J Sholund P Del Grosso T Gwynn M MacLaughlin H Holler T Wolf J LaSanga T Gemmill B Parlier J Brownwood R Fields manager R w 2 left to right J Chambers M Cole C Forbes B Clark R Kim D Lowder J Barth R Giddings R Ward GBonhomrne RSehnert J Ducurnmon Row 3 left to right Jerry Murname head coach B Sholund R Painter J Gray J Baker D Castle G Bryant M Kent R Hadley G Clemmens S Varley J Hayes George Nelmark-offensive coach Not pictured is Harold Huffman defensive line coach Row 4 left to ig t Hamilton D Smith M Rheame E Spalding G Frankson J Hardy G Curtis J Charlesworth J Harris B Steinert R Buckner J Clark K Pyle Not pictured are P Godfrey and B Meyer Co-Captains are, left to right, Mike McLaughlin, John LaSagna ' i r ran ing 'h t e a . Mike Mc aa in A ' with coach Jerry Murnane. front of him clearing the way. sf' wr .u :W 2 4. 5 .fi BASK1-F.'l' BA - Steve Marvin Mrke Mnfes Jock McLoughlin Knrby Pxckus ond Sreve Mcarvm prepare to rebound. Don Worden Ar' Ramos I' Fred Bro.-.rw 4 I ARSIT Y ACT I WN VARSITY SCOREBOARD Santa Paula Ventura Oxnard Santa Barbara Sanra Paula Barsfow East Bokersfxeld Oxnard Santa Barbara San Bernardnno Barstow Ventura Paramount Don Holton and Jack See try desperately Don Holton lumps hrgh In shoohng at ro do their part rn :hrs mad scramble for Temp? Us Oxnard guards close In Hgh? the ball They succeeded and A V re covered Jump ng hugh ns George Barker as he successfully Taps off ro team more Don Holron Sefe Marvrn and Don Holon rush an Frghrrng Cl ougn tussle for 'ne rebound for e rebound ds F 0 ge Barker breolfs are Joan M Laughl n H :V Bora 'una Doug r ug Oxnard def nse ro Shoo' Survon as he Oxnard men cofne rn wnrh srrong force ' " BASE sz F61-XLL Row l left to rglwt H Ho bert R Demmelmo er J Lc1Sc1gno D Oveson Row 2 left to rght Cooclw Heny Muller Wolf B ark mbe s t B SCOREBOARD C SCOREBOARD Pocufxc Borsfovv Oxnorol Burroughs Santo Paulo Vlctorvvlle Hurt Borstow Oxnord Ventura Ventura Bokersfleld Sonto Borboro Santo Paulo "C" di-XS: ..l'B:-XLL Row l left to rght R Anderson monoger L Sowers G Pyron L Gorngton R Sehnert Steve Whlte moncger Row 2 R Putt son G Clemens B Shouln R P y S Vcly B Wlson Stondung Coach Vernon Conrad CG " A F P' I' A I' C T. l, . Cl ,JB Cnc r ,lOl As in, B. Hill? 3 l I I l A 4 AV 33 ................... ' ' 42 AV l9 .................. . AV 53 ................... 60 AV 20 ................... AV 49 ,,................. 47 AV 38 ................... ' ' AV 42 ................... Santo Borboro 35 AV 35 ................... AV 37 ................... 30 AV 33 ................... AV 27 ................... 50 AV 33 ................... AV 2l .................. ' 30 AV 21 ................... AV 32 ................... , . K K I- rv F' A No X : , I er , .l l , . l i , -err , . I , , l rl . I' U: I I . 4 IARSITY TRACK A TRACK Rowl R Afhls R Van Doren D Ball G Berger G Kenuson T Llle M Hampton R Darr L McGraw Row 2 R Roe R Welch R Claire R Oden A Ellnoff D Clark F Smnfh K Hayes C Wullsams D Lafferry Row 3 T Butcher J Sholund M Del Grosso J Webb J Sylvxes J Brownwood B Del Grosso D Monroe R Nusley K PlCkUS AC fl' N .-o i theyr offlll Rnchard Darr Takes the lead whsle Dwn Clark ganns In another successful race for the AV track Team Funwshed' I' Tom Lule break the rope of the end of a long fast race Gene Kenlson lakes The hurdle rn 0 fast race whale Don Ball and John Sylvles move up for The fnnlsh 1 Lg vp 1 . .P 5- 41 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 l 1 - -1 - 1 - 1 - - 5- 1 - 1 - -1 - i I I I . wg, , , , I ' 4 . 4 A," VL- n,. And 'e ' ' 'ght " ' s , J K ...- A x, ' Wi' N ' 'CW CCUNFFY 4- w l 1 gh B H I es L R smussen L Brooks P Mllls C Smrlh B Redrger G Lounsbury J Astrn Row 2 J Dodsworth manager Muller R Van Doren F Ramos J Lamb J Lrvrngsfon B Spaulding R Oden D Rasumessun W Sfudf J Cox manager Row 3 R Demmelmaner Rossuer D Mohn J Had ey B Van Doren C Wnlllams D Monroe A Ellnotr L Wnrhers D Rogers T Hee Coach Henry Ml er I-XC FIC N Dale Mohn Dean Rasmussen Charles Smrrh and Larry Rasmussen Varsnty team members Bull Van Doren Doug Monroe and Alfred run laps around the field to get fhelr daily workout Ellrott sporfrngly run off a challenge To each ofher l and away they go' "W-'B' T F ACK AND ACPI' N - me Row l, left To right: C. Holley, R. Foino, G. Olson, L. Withers, T. Gemmill, L. Lile, L. Rasmussen. Row 2, left to right: B. Thompson, B. Holmes Hodley, D. Mohn, R, Schdrf, G. Goechfer, D. Hcrvelle, Coach Kaiser. Plc Forno dlves over the hurdle rn o fnnol sprnnr to wln for The B .sal fir 5 fl-vw, Gee Olson ond Ted Gemmlll place MST ond second os on And ns up cmd ove wnh AV s B Yroclc reom . . ,,,.. ' i?,,,.,- 40. - ' K ',-... 1 9 - ' ' " , . Q ,.f' l' i .75..,.L . eg, J- "Apvn 1 f-' A--,e .f A' , '3-' ' -, ff" 1-.- ,.'.g , f-gfvif-ff imilf- -x 5- f -'kk :",, B. - -4 f x ' 182 lockers cheer them on. "C" TRACK AND AC F I N w l t ra ht e I er mgr ers m r I Davns R Councilman J Ducumrnon an oren aazar r Cox lmgrl Row 2 left to right Coach Fred Bnstrnck F Coffman R Buckle P Godfrey B Stelnert D Rasmussen D Lafferty R Sholund R Kung V Allen lmgrl B Beckgaard lmgrl Q Councalman and Clements both take the hurdles for a hard fought garn He wmsll Godfrey breaks through the tape after a fast race Wrll It be a new record? Phll Godfrey makes a long broad lump durnng a track meet K H 1 1 a s I r Q Ro : lef to 'g : B. R d'g I .l, D. Rog , I g.1, R. Ha'r, H. ', , ' , , , B. V D , W. S l , P. M'll, J. C - I GYP'INAS'l'lCS Along with gymnastics growth in popularity has come a tremendous growth in POWER. This year A.V. High is very proud of the wonderful record established by its gymnasts. The future promises to hold even greater and more spectacular conquests. There are strong hopes ot next year's team taking First in C.I.F. Championships. Highlights of the season were when Russell Mills placed second in the JUNIOR A.A.U. on the Side Horse, and Gary Buckner placed second in the Still Rings in the Novice A.A.U. gymnastic meet. The three high point men of the season in order were: Gary Buckner, Rick Henry, and Kerry Upshaw. Buck- ner averaged about nineteen points a meet. l layout Gary Buckner doing an L Iron Jerry Apperson executing a A Kerry Upshaw doing a giant Row l left to right Char es Gull Jim Burkey Jerry Apper son Tom Huffman Howard Hempsted Richard Alcauskus w 2 left to right Coac Murnane Porfirio Ogas Rick Henry Kerry Upshaw Frank Williams Jack Tittman Russell Mills Gary Buckner Orval Dowdy Roy Curtain Russell Mills doing a moore on the side horse J' ,XX A , ' : l Stanley, Ronnie Tucker, Curtis R0 , ' 1 l'l rXLVllAYJ A Ci-IALLL-.NCL-. Q A Russell Mrlls on vhe srde horse Rrck Henry Hecht Howard Stanley dorng an Iron Cross Frank Willrams on the parallel bars Gary Buckner worlcrng our on Roy Currrn warmlng up in free We parallel bars exercise. 6 IAF SITY 64 Coach Shoemaker Chuck Barne . ,ff Chuck Davis J9V"Y Freeman ! W rv! . Q 9 , "u Steven Hazen Jim ldleman 1 115535, 5 John Bowker John Bowker slides safe imo third base as Steve Hazen fries 'x -ag T3 Herb Ladd Larry Mdiibbon Fred Brown and Bruce McLaren Managers .n Jerry Livingston to put him out. BASEBALL zxb Don Wolfe Jock McLoughlin 'i Fred Mrller Dennts Oster Ed Quatre Jim Lutz -fw ,. X Mox Dreek Cltff Owens Wayne Ktrne v V1-Xrbll' f AC Fl' N Wayne Knrne fakes a swung as Steve Hazen gets ready To John Bowker slldes safe as Fred Muller trres to put hum out bat Catchvng ns Fred Mzller WOYHG Klme looks on Harold Muller tags Darrell Oveson out whfle Muke McLaughlxn Jack LaSagna swings as Howard Harbert catches runs 10 assist Row I left to nght G Fox R Epley B Wnlson L Corrlngton R Anderson, manager J Rust, R Schnert M Mclaughlln, H Harbert J LaSagna Row 2 left to rlght G Austun J Llon R Pannter T Wolf, R Hadley, H Muller, D Oveson, B Parlner A Mays, D Durham Coach Nelmark A r Q w y Q X i. LM.. L-1' lyigffld , . 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V V I .f l 1 ' l l l WOLF AND T ENNIY Left to rught Bob Brown Bob Cole Davud Sulls Stewart Summon Denruus Shaffer Coach Helgeson Duck Kraber Lee Calaway Al LeDoux Steve Nelson Muke Prusler Denny Shaffer watches closely as Coach Helgesoru Steve Marvun and Jack Mcloughlun practuce forehand plauns Duck Krobers grup on the golf club and backhand strokes for future matches fa" TENNIS TEAM Row I left to rught S Whute R Morden D Rumph D Beckmeyer D Thomson Row 2 S Swartz D Justuce J Shannon R Demmelrnouer A Beumer Row 3 S Marvun M Mules J Futzgerald J Dodsworh J McLaughlun 9 -If LY' Pi-IYYICI-X- EDUCAT I N Miss Carol Bell M55 50,1 Evans in Miss Jun Doggett Miss Luurme Leath M55 Ann Samson Here they are getting an eyeful of all the attemping to Modern Dance These ob servant teachers are from left to right Miss Leath Miss Evans Mss Bell Miss Sanson and Miss Ketteririglriam 1' u ' x W'-X f' graceful Junior ond Senior girls who are wr A , , s t I V , ' br t' R I . I . l i I I t I br ' O INS FRU F' Rf This year The gurls gym Teachers were headed by Mlss Glorua KeTTerlngharn OTher Teachers un Thus deparTmenT were Miss Carol Bell Mlss Laurlne LeaTh Evans These Teachers all helped every gurl aT AV ID some way If not personally aT leasf as a grou and vve know ThaT all gurls are very pleased by The asslsTance they have been given Mlss Gloria Kenenngham Dlrecfor of G rls Athletics Here we see The gurls gym teachers gathered an Mlss KeTTer ngham s offlce To exchange an enlnghten ng nncldenf 1 1 X Y TJ . V , . an fs A if 4. Miss Jan DoggeTT, Miss Ann Sanson, and Miss Gail "l W I ,Q ' . ' . . T ' 'A' . I 4 I p y P I ' 1 it :Q l 3 1-XHLNID SHARON ADAMS Front row left to rnght Muss Laurune Leath Advxsor Sharon Adams Presndent Duanne Thomson Mary Donlan PRESIDENT Karen Ragsdnll Ann Anderson Net: Benson Vuce Presndent Judy Jones Treasurer Suzy Wear Mary Johns Muss Jan Doggett Advisor Second row Carol Rake Claudua Lurussl Marilyn Cox Margaret Bell Carolyn on X:-X Cfll'-Ir NINC BOARD SUZY WEIR PRESIDENT Front row left to rtght Suzy Wear President Mary Donlan Vuce President Bev Wade Corresponding Secre tary Dranne Thomson Recording Secretary Barbara Cox Treasurer Karen Ragsdull Shirley Rake Betty Kloudo Sharon Adams S cond row Sharon Press Altce Fetrrdge Vrckn Ward Bonnse Lough Judy Hultt Kathy Van Dusen Net: Benson Chrus Barden Ann Benson I- ee. , we I' ' . , f , f f ri ' ' f Berthelot, Joyce Greenlee, Sharon Rudesill, Mary Gorham, Lenore Unger, Secretary: Miss Gail Evans, Advisor. 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A I P fy ' - is' if -F N Q x C -J as ft .. ff., v.cf1p. , f vs, V, K .1 ' ,T - L Qt L 1- tup 1- L..l..- Lecxrnung to ploy Tennis grrlsg Dont gave up Mass Lecfh the nf yer I ho e 94 We ore cz talented bunch cs you con see by thss modern donce There lust seems to be on lnvusuble shneld whuch stops the ball every rlme P fr , A , VJ s ,qu We!! wnll wonders never cease' 1 fa Jw X it If Wxllnorn ell could do nf so con The Junnors ond even Iss Doggeff Too S fa' YY' There lust seems To be on mvasuble shield whlch stops The ball every time How? Anyway 'hot seems To be what Bonnue Lough ns osknng Chrns Borden and Shnrley Poke I' fx? X 'If' V 14 f 'if 4 'fs , . ,Q , , -n., H , :.+.'g155-f, f W, My Lrg ' L'wx.gy, ' ,gs 4, -,bfi Ag -- 1 ,.,wff'- fr H1 W , ,F A -i z -4-'v ' , r fy X .. 1 X N X K L M ' ln.. sv' . -4, . IW, HT ,V . M. get ' . p . , . X-xii. , 5 A Y I . ' r ' 1 ,nt 1 V . . , X, l a 4 X- -. . The forward look. Front row, left Yo right: Mollle Purerbaugh, Carol Rake, Claudra Lrrussi, Brenda Howard. Second row, left fo right: Lenore Unger Nancy Teters, Ne?i Benson and Karen Ragsdill. 96 SWAN Sf NG lTs all done The copy s gone The pucTures are un and The Yucca sTaTf can now puT Theur weary munds OT ease To each member of The sfaff Thus book has a specual and sugnufuccunT mearuung as There us ThaT muraculous fe-elung of accomplushmenT behund each pucTure and every puece of copy Nowl as EduTor of Thus 59 Yucca wull Take Tume ouT To Thank personally everyone who has had a helpung hand un composung Thus book l wull Turst guve a specual Thanks To Mr Ralph Nybakken our paTuenT and undersTandung Advusor wuThouT whom we could have never funushed Thus book To Alfred and Fcubrus STuduos for Theur excellenT phofography To Porferuo Ogas for hrs clever and cuTe arTwork To Yearbooks Inc of Monrovua our paTuenT publushers we all send many suncere Thanks To my assocucufe eduTors To The admunusTraTuon To Carol LueberT Suzy Weur Sheula Bowers Nancy Tefers Duane Draper Shurley Rake Bonnue Lough Dene Buckner Duana Dorey Mucku Lewus Lunda DeleveTT and all The hard workung members of The Yucca sTaTT and mosT of all To you The sTudenTs and Taculfy Tor your kund pcuTuence I personally send more Thanks Than l wull ever be able To express uru words May Thus 59 Yucca be an everlasTung Token of memorues of your wonderful Tun Tulled years T AV Tor many many years To come as uT us my one desure ThaT Thus book may be one whuch you wull forever be proud To own Thanks Agaun God Be WuTh You Carol X X 1 1 - 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