Aquinas High School - Summa Yearbook (San Bernardino, CA)

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V T . 1 ' s rm V M. ' jte ' ' - ' W i VJg- ii ' iJa y .v - ' vSl rR y : ■!ewi« miJ»i l lg ffi?i «» lw «:c■■ t ■ w. ■ l : 6 SUMMA ' 64 Foreword For many centuries the number Seven has been indicative of progress toward plenty. Progressing through seven years, Aquinas offers a Catholic edu- cation at the secondary level to all boys vvho seek major college preparation. The progress at Aquinas has not been accidental — through dreaming, plan- ning and preparation, Aquinas has advanced and gained stature in the Community it serves. Progress has been made at every level, in every department, in every activity, as well as in organizations which have served so well. The progress through the years is linked by two bishops and three principals. We salute our leaders who in the past and the present are the force and the strength of Aquinas. Through Progress, Aquinas offers the key to open the future. Published by the ASBA, Aquinas High School San Bernardino, California Member: Catholic School Press Association Member: Quill and Scroll International Honor Journalism Society Contents Administration 4 Faculty 10 Classes 14 Organizations 32 Activities 51 Sports 61 Graduates 85 Advertisers 106 , H H ' . CHU 8 DMINISTR ATION MOST REVEREND FRANCIS J. FUREY, Apostolic Administrolor, Diocese of Son Dieqo VERY REVEREND JOHN C. DESMOND Principol, Aquinos High School 0 1 Progress is Dignity, — k FATHER DANIEL LEEN, Vice-Principal, Religion I, IV, Enqlish III, Debate FATHER WILLIAM MARCOTTE Dean of Students, Mottiemotics I, Geometry FATHER RICHARD J. KINSELLA Algebra II, Trigonometry, Honor Society MR. ED CIABATINNI Athletic Direct Physical Educo MRS. KATHLEEN RANGER Administrative School Seer. MRS. ROSE MARIE STROH School Secretory MR. RAY REECE Custodion MRS. CIABATTINI Focul.y Mother, Cook, Housekeeoer i Stunned Seniors Bennett, Magnino, Cornelison listen tc transistor rodio report of President Kennedy ' s death. We dedicate our annual to those among who have gone before us. s a catch in the throat ...Vita mutatur, non tollitur... John XXIII Common Father of Christians John Fitzgerald Kennedy President of the United States Michael O ' Connor Alumnus, Class of Nineteen Hundred Sixty-one James Knowles Alumnus, Class of Nineteen Hundred Sixty-one Allan Cadwell Alumnus, Class of Nineteen Hundred Sixty-two 1 i 7 % N i ACULT Y is duty FATHER ALFONSO CEREZO Latin III, IV, French III FATHER RICHARD HUMPHREYS Algebra, Religion, U.S. History, Econotnic Commerce Club s-Accountin FATHER FRANCIS MOORE English, German, Religion, Journalism FATHER VITO MUNARY Latin 1, II, Music FATHER JOHN NESBITT Algebra 1, Geometry, Future Engineers FATHER JOHN VASEK Chemistry III, IV, Science Club-Upper Di FATHER GRAZIO FALZON MR. JACK GAROFONO Coach: Football, Wrestling, Phys Science, Science Club— Lower Di MR. JOHN ATTILANO RESHMEN The Greatest Book Ever Writter) provokes some thought from Freshmen Carroll, Androde, Rigney, Cole, Salpas, Mineo. ,1 it is an uneasiness. William Alvarez Anthony Amendt Ron Andrade I James Balders William Barni. John Baughn I i AVAILABLE jivailaU. David Carroll George Cor Michoel Dennis James Doyl. ' illiam Cole Paul Cool Kirk Dav nfhony Drone Mark Dudenhoffer Allen Du Arthur Day John Dwojok 1 1 1 «. tk a ■ { 1 , i Thomas Firek Michael Full Daniel Garcia Luis Gonzales Richard Green Treasurer Carney, President J. Mineo, Vice- President Androde ond Secretary Doyle plan the future for the Freshman Class. 1 1 a r Anthony Kedzior Kevin Keenan g Michael Kelly ' George Langlois ; ' Not Available § a Available ' T ' ' Russell Laning Anthony Lengerich Timothy Littlefield Michael Lujan Steven Lyons Adolfo Macias Bruce Molloy David Martinez Patrick McAchren McDonald, Cool ond Joe Henggle Joseph Minei John O ' Neil Charles Phen (f f Q. Michael McPhilllps Harry Meagher Wnliom Northrup Soren Olsen Harold D. Parks William Phelps Richard Pino Raymond Planck ■| Wniiom Plein Stephen Polok Jess Ramirez Charles Rigney Stephen Roquet John Ruiz Lawrence Pronausk Gilbert Roche Randl Rupar Roger Rybocki Richard Soar William T. Smith Richard Sola Brian Veltre Cliff Wolfe Peter Solpas Dennis San( John Sordello Gregg Sori Douglas White Robert Wya Harry Schwarte Douglas Seb Michael Sullivan Michael To; Carlos Yanez RexZedolis L Atiat f i f « f C j 9 ? L I f f C OPHOMORES nd observolion are absorbed by Biology students Dasctibach, Pen Progress is a search % I 1 1 i 1 f 1 a p p i ' ' 1 1 David Aburtt Brian Beeson John Calhou Gregory Adams DonlonAlli David Bennett Robert Beta Harvey Chevrez John Clay James Anderson Leo Aragon Michael Arredondo Michael Cox Lorry Dammon Charles Doschbach Craig Bornett Thomas Burton Michael Daschbc Salozor, Dommon and McCormick ponder the cor struction of Geometric progressions in Father Kir sello ' s Geometry Class. Bernard Dempsey Carl Dietz Bruce Flohcven James Foral Alfonso Granillo Robert Hendr oert Doyle Peter Dornoy Eugene Ford Fred Ganger ck Herlick Walter Hicke James Duffy William Dusold Gregory Edesi Joaquin Garcia Ronald Garcia David Gomez Richard Hlpsley John HoUis Michael Holzi [ ysOT ?HOwrN mi %f Kaymond nuirnc W- i G p f • ' ' f .or HOWN . - i Lawrence Klaer Jay Lemonn Rene Liabeuf John Loeffler Lawrence Lorgn Collin Maxim Terry McCorkle Edwin McCormick John Mejia Douglas Melchior i Randolph MI Edward Mon David Muno ' mt es the otlention of Freshman Rocho, Garcia and Tii Officers Holzmiller and Flahoven contem- plate the remarks of classmates ciuring a ArredoncJo checks Sodality progn . ir Terry Pope Gerard Posch Perry Pugne John Raczko Robert Richardsc Francis Rocha Manuel Rodriguez Gary Salazar Ronald Salazar ft r T I Ci i n 1 1 I 1 r " n 1 % ' ' ll 1 - ' 4 David Torres Joseph Wehrle Thomas West Leonard Williams Theodore Yarbrough r Thomas Tolber Theorems in qeometry fascinote Carl Dietz and Joe Wehr f f i r ' UNIORS n ?5 I Ruben Amador Larry Ashfon Randy Borsotti Anthony Bellanca Robert Bird Victor Broncoc Richard Broderic William Clii James Crowley Roger Cullei Robert Cocchlc Alfred Del Gigante Sam Mineo ond Dennis She mF ' C5 O f r: ' t 1 1 ft n p i i T Gary Fiegner Joseph Fitzpatric •ibution 10 Aqy William Gill Jeff Grant Mark Hartford Carl Hellman Michael Hennessey John Hernandez i 1 e f J y f Peter Horton James Huberl Bill Jones John Kashuba Daniel Kiel Robert Lostoski .a pursuit of Excellence... Father Folzon po nior Broderic presents the visual aspect of German nguage study before proceeding to audio-oral Michael Lawrence Edward Little James McGuire Kenneth Meye Harry Morrison Patrick Murph; Richard McGroth David Oliver James Passard Mario Sanchez James Reoghard Robert Reeve Barry Romo Juan Sanchez Charles Raderstorf George Rigney Dennis Shelley 4 ? a 1 t :7 I f § f 1 1 9 Clyde Slocumb Paul Snyder Wally Spiess John Stebblr Robert Stine Steven Sturn 1 ,v, i John Turley Robert Van Wagon P r RGANIZATIONS U Honor Society Progress is planning... Executive Committee composed of Vice-President Magnino, President Petry, Executive Secretary Dunconson, and Recording Secretary Leii plot progress for Aquinas. Treosurer Dove Neyses was ill when picture was token. Student The ASBA, with little experience and much pressure from vast unknowns, can not be expected to chart clear, definite goals and objectives without the guidance of experienced counsel. Under the direction of Father Desmond, much planning and consultation on the part of the Executive Council, progress becomes an important feature of a young ASBA. The realization that the primary function of student government is service to School and Community leads directly to a chal- lenging and searching evaluation of the purposes and aims of student government in its relation to service. A clarifying solu- tion will have concrete results and establish a firm foothold from which to advance, as well as an economical structure on which to build future organization. Council members Gas a sports progroms. Mead, and Tote Monogram Committee members McCorlcle, O ' Connor, Carroll, Tate, Spencer evoluote candidates for letter awards. it is to weigh Government Football Homecoming Committee Members Cole, Du Regular Canteen and Dance Committee members Leii, Magnino, Rideout and Strain wonder how the usual con be mode just a little different in dance programs. and consider... Organizational meeting of ttie Kiwanis Key Club discovered Robert Huss as Treasure James Rideout as Vice-President, Charles Gay as President. Doctor Krikes acted as spa sor, while Wilson J. Grace, President of East San Bernardino Kiwanis and Mr. Rindahl i Tronsworld Savings Loon assisted. Mr. Slenatis, Key Club Director for Kiwonis, was n available for picture. Key Club ' Service is our Motto. ' Officers Carroll, Rideout, Gay and Bryant debate a Servic iriely of of Aquinas Key Club officers for improved Aquinas Key Club was established towards the end of the ' 62-63 school year. Since that short time the Key Clubbers have made their organization something with which to be reckoned in local service circles. Dave Neyses conducts informa for Key Clubbers Monogram oiuD Aquinas Lettermen comprise the Monogram Club. Besides awarding trophies they prepare fields and floors for games, keep fans happy between halves with refreshments, and award the annual Bates Sportsmanship and Fair Play prize. The latter was named after the first Athletic Director of Aquinas High School in appreciation of his many services. is endurance. w V, ' Ron Meis and Bill O ' Connor unload suppli gram refreshment stand at football game. ligro, Steel, Thomonn, Magnino and Neyses cleon field after game The Journalism Club publishes SUMMA, the Aquinas annual, and THE FALCON, the school newspaper. Lost year the Club achieved top honors for the newspaper by nomination and achievement of ALL CATHOLIC from the Cath- olic School Press Association. The SUMMA won first honors. , Photographer Cos Sern together on photo copy. Journalism One way of meeting deadlines, according to the Advisor, is to learn how professionals do it. The Staff welcomes the opportunity of improving the quality of publication by attend- ance at Workshops and Seminars in Journal- ism at UCLA, Redlands University and Cal Poly. Editor-in-Chief Duncanson of the SUMMA and the FAL- CON checl(S the program for workshop discussions on newspaper writing for Stoff members Morrison, Reeve, Believe it or not, they were oil reoding THE FALCON when the Pholographe Debate Society The Debaters began the year under the direction of Father Leen. They continued membership in the Citrus Belt Forensic League by which they were qualified to meet local High Schools in debate and discussion on current problems. Perhaps the greatest contribution of the Debate Society to School and Community is the demonstration of tolerance, understanding and curiosity in a responsible way regarding matters which are disturbing the Community on local, state and national levels. Conference contributes to progress.. Progress is music... Aquinas Gleemen prepare Mass for Sodolily Day hosted by the Most Reverend Apostolic Administrator, Bishop Francis J. Furey. m ' " Progress is dedication... Upper division Science Club members finci world of Chemistry fascinating. Crowley, Sti Gay ond McGuire cfieck out a formula. Drama r V " " Drama students Ford, Loeffler, Reoghard, Del Gigante, Horton, Hennessey ond Doran retiearse a projected ploy under ttie supervision of Drama Coach Mr. Attilono. ... by aci ' ion I do not mean the events of the story but focus or aim of psychic life from which events, in the situation result . . . (Francis Fergusson, The Idea of a Theatre) . . . plot " is the soul of Tragedy. " . . . (Aristotle, Poetics, VI, 9, Butcher ' s translation pp.27-29). The purpose of High School Drama is to take the classics off the shelf and make them alive for the student. Progress is the imitation of action Parents ' Club Parent Club members learn how they can benefit from the exchange of ideas be- tween Administration, Faculty and Parent. Parents cooperate in providing scholarships for deserving students to Aquinas and with the County Catholic Scholarship Society to provide scholarships to private and public colleges and universities. They run dances, dinners and card parties to help improve scholastic facilities for their sons at Aquinas. Their project this year is the improvement of Library facilities at Aquinas. Progress is sacrifice. Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. sponsored by ttie Parents Clu progress of Aqulnos. Turley, b. This and Mr. McGuire knock out dinners galore al the Turkey Dinner was only one of many activities in which Porents engaged for the ' " . . i V Progress consists of unity in variety. To nome all the factors involved would take a book. May we suggest that were such a book written, it would give the larger shore to mothers, fathers and sisters and well-wishers of Aquinos. . Juniors Sturm, Clinton, and McGuire did their stiare in helpinc P arents to octiieve goals at the annual Turkey feed. 1 Aquinas men are deeply grate but their thoughtful concern fi Aquinas Parents. Many of the ( e Blazers of St. Bernordine ' s High School, not only for their help omforl of our guests at the annual Turkey Dinner sponsored by e brothers and alumni who are Aquinas Men. Boosters Boosters have been the backbone of the Aquinas Athletic program. They have pro- vided some $30,000 worth of time, labor and money to field and track facilities and are presently engaged in assuring Aquinas of an accredited Library. With the Parents they sacrifice, slave and perspire to help Aquinas towards progress. Colonel BoleskI, Afhieli layout for Football Awa Ciobotlini and Booster Lowr et sponsored by Boosters on ings go toward progress in football. Here Colonel Leahy, Mr. Lawrence, P it do their shore to help Aquinas win. their support even though groduated last year. elpers. One alumnus ond a soph- spur their unflagging interest in Lake) and friend enjoy the Boos n b cif. A-Men have honored Aquinas at Notre Dame University, Loyola of Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Uni- versity of San Francisco, Harvard, University of Southern California, University of California at Riverside, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Santa Barbara, Stanford, Redlands University, and other prominent institutions of learning. This is why Deans of Admis- sion from such institutions visit Aquinas and brief A-Men on requirements. Dean of Admissions, Unive france requirements to Aqu .lumni Bob Hlod ond John Cole brief A-Men on Loyola Progress looks forward... CTIVITIES Progress is Prayer.. Religion is the core around which the entire program at Aquinas is built. It is ded- icated to the education of the whole man: spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically. Christian Humanists like Augustine, Aquinas, Jerome, Thomas More, Francis of Sales, Pius XI and XII, John XXIII and Paul VI are not only an ideal, they are a goal. In striv- ing for this goal the Aquinas man will have achieved the purpose for which he came to Aquinas, to be another Christ. To radiate the gentleness of His Presence in his future life is the goal toward which Administra- tion, Faculty and Student Council directs its efforts. ■H|f!| jn " ' w« L J ' R mU i flH Dave Neyses, Possard and Anthony Dn it is solitude and reflection.., Baleski demons ' eflecfion as Seniors Hirsch, Smith, Meis, O ' Connor, Co Progress is Joy... Social life is a part of progress. The Aquinas ASBA sponsors dances, picnics and parties to stabilize relations with other Catholic and Public Schools of the area, as well as to provide an outlet of energy for A-Men. Canteens provide a Christian atmo- sphere for social life under parental and Faculty supervision. " . . . whether you sing or make merry, do all in the Name of the Lord Jesus . , . " (Colossians III, 16, 17). Sophomore Amador reaches for cup to let CSS Worker pour punch tJuring annual CSS Santa Shuffle which raised food and funds for Son Bernordino poor. Progress is Love. members Carroll, Gosparin, O ' Conrior, Berl ...and Love is Service. Aquinas Men have, along with their sister High School, Saint Bernardine ' s, promoted activities to aid in the program of the Catholic Social Service to relieve the embarrass- ment of some of their less fortunate brothers and sisters. Under the direction of Miss Engle, Director of CSS, and Mrs. Roberts, A-Men sacrificed to reduce the number of hungry mouths for Christmas by contributing food and funds in the annual Santa Shuffle held at Aquinas Gymnasium. Progress is merry... Prom- The music was good and the Dan The Prom is the big social event of the year. A-Men and dates joined to make this a memorable one. Seniors McCorkle and Nigro with dates that the Prom was the best in year Each year a new student council must be elected to insure continu- ity of progress in ASBA. Pictures show tensions and interests of Aqui- nas Men in the responsibilities of leadership and progress at Aquinas. Sophomores Neyses and Solozar find elections obsorbii PORTS Aquinas and University meet tiead- Neyses houls one in for long yon Coach Garofono directed the powerful Falcon Eleven to another highly successful Aquinas took to the airlanes for a come-from-behind, 54-6 victory over CSDR. Cali- fornia School for the Deaf zipped to a touchdov n the first time it had the ball. And CSDR led in yards rushing, 199-132, while trailing in total offense by only 303-291. Three interceptions, two fumble recoveries into an easy victory for the Falcons. and a blocked kick turned a tight battle Varsity Football Aquinas makes six points in a heated battle Progress is Competition few y KJ f a McCorkle (OB) Hirsch (QB) lickell (HB) :lgro (HB) Bryant Bcilesk; (LB) Falcon is in hoi pursuit of opposing boll carrier The Aquinas Falcons surged to an Arrowhead League triumph, blanking Big Bear, 27-0. Big Bear reached the Falcon 2- yard line midway in the third quar- ter, but otherwise was halted by a strong Aquinas defense. The Bears could gain only 8 net yards rush- ing, and they picked up 91 pass- ing. Aquinas gained 196 yards on the ground and 13 in the air. One Falcon touchdown came on a punt return and another was the result of a fumble recovered in the Big Bear end zone. ' P - . , y. A Bft end for gam in Big Be Aquinas Five Kills Bears 27-0 0 , " 7W. .Awi Cornelison (FB) All through the season athletes sacrificed sleep and recreation in order to beg God ' s blessing on their efforts and to beg for humility in victory and courage in defeat. Folher Crowley, CSV, Choplain, offered Holy Mos5. Mog- Progress is Devotion Shown ore Arogon, Perez, Cullen, Spe Meyer, Reoghord, Neys F« n Aquinas High School is grateful for the enthusiasm of its cheerlead- ers from Saint Bernardine ' s High School over the years. They have spurred Varsity and fans on to victory. Their continued presence is a delight to teams and fans alike. Jul Shirley Boleski, Patli Szilagyi and Poula Letlieri led Falcons to victory, (Not stiown are Mary Hamlin and Helene Korntioff). Progress is Zest Even ctieerleaders suffer football iniuriesi Befo v r vf »-•=• £y •-3PK «. - 1 i Tough defense drogs down Notre Dome back. ickell breaks free against Ctiino. Fokons sil on Notre Dome. Aquinas swept to touchdowns late in each half and bumped off the Wildcats at Twentynine Palms, 19-6. Huss plunged two yards for a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, after McCorkle was trapped passing and escaped 20 yards. McCorkle ' s 37-yard TD pass to Neyses put Aquinas ahead 90 seconds before halftime. Cullen made the conversion. With 90 sec- onds left, Spencer swept 9 yards on a pitchout. Nickell set it up with an intercept. Cornelison gained 82 yards on 22 carries, as Aquinas ground out 238 yards rushing. Nigro picks up yardage against Big Bear Since its opening this past year, TV station KCHU-18 has given Aquinas activities wide coverage. Students acknowledge the UHF station and are especially grateful to S. Earl Tavares, Chief Photogra- pher. Alumnus S. Earl Tavares televises Homecoming Gort Hubert (T) Retry (E) Aragon Berkes Jones (C) Gasporin (T) • M. . Perez recovers a Rim fumble An 86 yard " escape act " by Scot ' s Moore pushed Aquinas out of the League playoff berth. Aquinas slashed to the Rim 14-yard line, but was stopped on downs. Cornelison and a Rim penalty set up a six-yard TD sweep by McCorkle. Perez kicked off a stray Rim pass. ir Homecoming Committeemen Neyses Mognino, Huss, and Strain ready gyrr for evening ' s festivities. The big social event of the Football season is the annual Football Homecoming Dance. Council and Monogram Committees vie with one another to create an artistically beautiful atmosphere. Excitement is heightened by the selection of a Queen for the dance. Sophomore Pri Paiti Sziiagyi, Senior Princess is not shov n Aquinas came from behind to seize the League debut, 39-18, at Notre Dame. The Titans scored on the second play of the game. Aquinas bounced bock on a 15-yard tackle eligible play. Roger Cullen made the conversion. Later, Cullen slammed over the two-yard line to give Aquinas a 1 4-6 lead. Cornelison intercepted a Titan pass and scooted 25 yards for a TD. Park snatched another Notre Dame aerial and returned it to the 10-yard line. Spencer made the TD. Mead and O ' Connor led the blocking attack. Mauling defense, centered around middle-linebacker Thamann, held the punchless Titans to 10 yards. The final Aquinas score was climaxed by a spectacular 45-yard run by Huss. Magnino evades dete Aquinas Defeats Notre Dame 39-18 At the end of the season, Arrowhead League Headquar- ters, CIF, chooses outstanding athletes from all teams in the League for recognition. Aquinas took four of the awards. Progress is Achievement IHp IL m IMS... k The Booster Club sponsored the annual Football Awards Banquet at NCO Club Norton AFB. A Com- mittee comprising Colonel Baleski, Colonel O ' Connor, Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Cornelison made the ar- rangements and contributed much to a successful event. ith the Los Angeles Rams was Feoturi jncouraged A-Men toward their goals Athletic Director Ed Ciobottii Football Awards. nd Coach Jack Garofono pres " Study comes before athletics. Effort, hard work, perseverance, are necessary for success in foot- ball. You make your own breaks for success. Nothing is achieved by those who sit back and wait for a lucky break. " Danny Villanueva. B FOOTBALLERS. (Front, led lo r.ght); Duddenhoeffer, Briggs, Mills, Hartford, Hutchison, Full, Loslosk.e, Williams, Miller, Munaz, T. McCorkle; (Center): Manager Raczka, T. Neyses, Rigney, Flohaven, Hollis, R. Stroin, Malloy, Torres, Garcia, Hutton, W. T. Smith, Cox, Manager Yarbrough; (Rear): G. A. Solozor, Mineo, Jim Crowley, Mekhior, Ganger, Duffy, Sanchez, Cabeloro, Beeson, Fiegner, Penny, Siocumb. B " Football Gary A. Salazar heads for TD backed by Fu The Aquinas Falcons opened their Arrowhead League basketball season by ripping Ontario Christ- ian 88-43. The win gave the Fal- cons a 3-6 season record after los- ing three games in the Kiwanis basketball tournament. Jeff Spencer led the Falcons with a 19-point performance, while 1 1 members of the squad scored the rest of the 88 points. Coach Ed Ciabattini substituted freely after Aquinas took a 32-7 lead in the first quarter. Dennis Strain, Jeff Grant, Ron Meis, John Mognino and Chuck Hickey all scored 8 points in the league opener. Dave Cornelison put in six points for the Falcons. De- fensively Magnino, Cornelison, Spencer and George Munana bagged seven rebounds. points against Rii Aquinas Smothers Ontario Christian shot as Neyses looks Mognino evades Twin Pines defender. ' jV ' I ' W ' U f • » ■Wi 2? A- ' i im0 s Dick Strain shoves wilh ease and gr( Holzmiller dribbles past Falcon Five Claws Cubs Petty puts up set shot at CSOR. Aquinas High ' s defending League cham- pion Falcons gave a crushing blow to CSDR ' s hopes with a 75-31 conquest. Aquinas took command early, leading 14-4 at the end of the first quarter and 39-17 at halftime. Spencer took game scor- ing honors for the Falcons with 18 points. Aquinas used all 13 squad members and shot 42 percent from the field. The Aquinas Falcons rolled up their chances for the League Championship by defeating Notre Dame 60-45. After giving away an 11-10 edge at the end of the first quarter, Aquinas moved ahead, 27-25 at halftime and then easily stretched its lead. Guard Spencer sparked Aquinas v ith 20 points and he was the only player who hit double figures. The Falcons also scored 20 of 29 goal attempts. The Falcons dominated the rebounding department with 34 for Notre Dame ' s 18. Allen tries to grab ball from Ranch rebounder. Tolbert blosis in sel shot (or Aquinas Wallops Titans 60-45 Aquinas High ' s high-flying Falcons sewed up the Arrow- head League basketball crown with a 61-53 victory over visiting Rim of the World. The Falcons trailed until 3:30 when Petty spearheaded Aquinas to 21 second-quarter points, permitting Aquinas to capture a 31-22 halftime edge. The teams battled to on 11-11 standoff in the third period. Rim came back to within four points, 57-53, with two minutes of play remaining. The Falcons responded with six straight tallies, sending the second-place Scots to their third defeat in 13 league games. Aquinas shot 46.5 percent from the field. strain shoots over Scot defen Aquinas Grabs Title 61-53 Falcon Cheerleaders Paula Leilieri, Mary Hamlin, (Not shown are Potli Srilogyl and Helen Kornhoff.) Shirley Baleski lead enthusiastic Aqu Progress is Enthusiasm f!; m ' Alright, let ' s stort playing basketball. ' V I Jeff Spencer ' s desperation heave from halfcourt dropped through the net to ignite Aquinas High to a 56-43 playoff triumph over the tough Desert Scorpions. Desert, trailing only 23-22 after a hard-fought first half, had led 29-28 late in the third period. Spencer ' s long shot climaxed the period. Spencer got 8 of his 10 points in the second half, while sub Geoff Grant scored all six of his during the same crucial Aquinas really won the backboards, 45-25. Cornelison hauled down 19 rebounds and John Magnino 14. Shooting percentages were almost identical, with Aquinas trailing, 37.7 to 37.3. But Aquinas got 22 more shots, 67 to 45. Petty ' s shot is blocked by Desert Scorpion Magnino scored 14 points. Cornelison eludes P- Aquinas Tops Desert High Despite Spencer ' s 30 points and Corneli- son ' s 17, Aquinas sank only 22 of 54 shots, 41 percent. Cornelison ' s 13 rebounds pulled Aquinas to a 37-25 advantage on the boards. " Our comeback was my finest experience since I ' ve been at Aquinas, " commented Coach Ed Ciabattini of the Falcons. Pelly evades the Brave defensi " Hopelessly beaten " Aquinas gave Alta Loma Braves the scare of their young basket- ba ll lives, but the Braves saved the playoff victory, 69-66 in a Hollywood-type finish of the quarter finals in the CIF playoffs. Spencer ' s 30-point heroics — 1 6 of them in the fourth quarter — pulled Aquinas from the brink of a bad beating. The all-Junior Braves wilted under the ter- rific Aquinas pressure, and squandered the 13 point lead (65-52) they had enjoyed with one minute 53 seconds remaining. Magnino (C) !m- ' s%- ■ . --■■ . ' sm. iiii X vPi Duncanson, Mgr. Hennessey, Mgr. Mmm] f m m r MaismmmrMiif9f si sssi --m7 m rj-.m wmM ' m i mm Top right: S. Earl Tavores checks camera before shooting danci uence lor TV broadcast of Basketboll Homecoming Dance Top left: Mr. Joy Michael, KCHU-TV Master of Ceremo interviews Aquinas Basketball Queen Judy Varino. » Progress is Loyalty The Last AOI of the Season (cf. Song of Roland) " Queen of Victory, pray for us . . . St. Thomas Aquinas, pray for us . . . Ayaaaah! " : ' MA MWL Monogram Club President Magnino presenl lo Most Foittiful Booster Brown. Mr. Bro» missed o Varsity game ttirougti four years. The Aquinas Boosters sponsored separate Awards Banquets for major sports. Guard Jeff Spencer took honors as Most Valuable Player and All-CIF Basketball team. John Magnino was voted Most Inspirational by teammates. Progress is Honor Basketball Awards p f -p. B-Basketball (Front): L. Adams, Firek, Rybocki; (Rear): Hutchison, Plein, Malloy, G. Carroll, W. Smith, Ke C-Basketball (or was) basketball? f % ■Hk M Wrestling Mentor Walt Rictian Wrestling Trophies ot annual p Ctiarles Rigney and Ken Meyer practice tiolc Wrestling Under Coach Walt Richards the Aquinas Wrestlers won six of eight matches in their second year of competition. Bill Jones was voted Most Valuable and Ed Fitzpatrick Most Inspirational. John Turley applies pressure in Christmas lourname w m ] 1 Wi mm MSi |J lbf. 11 1 iW m [ Bs iBi r| U m V m J0 H , ( ' MM t); Blazer, Hirsch, Cocchia, Perez, McCorkle, , Murphy; (Rear): Mgr. Reeve, Spencer, Meis, Grant, Magnino, Cullen, MIneo, Neyses, i, Reag- , Coach ' I fSV5 Varsity Baseball At the current deadline the varsity base- ball team played four Arrowhead League games and won three. The 3-1 record tied the Falcons for the championship. ' Coach Melvin and player Magnino plot inning strategy as San ,g.: ' aSflBi-ffil (Front) Beeson Briqqs Millfr MrCo.kl Srhok Munoz T N y f SlHI, Penny, (Rear) Mq, J. Mineo, Bulmer, Solozar, Flahaven, Wehrle, Greg Adams, Rocha, Mielok, Fotcl, Coach Nichols B-Baseball Joe Mineo wails in voin for boll t mwm. mMim- ' mm Ken Meyer leads in 440 Host Aquinas defeated several area track teams to break even on tough competition. Most host entries v ere novices, under expert coaching the Aquinas thinclads turned in an enviable season. Track ith room to spare. ENIORS Progress is a Return to Self AA ASBA Recording Sec Robert Bryant Class Secretary Thomas A. Bortley The innards of frogs can be quite absorbing as Seniors Martin, Brown, Keyes, Gaspcrin, Bcleski, Kelteher, Bartley and Satazar learn. ...with Uncertainty Dave Neyses and Paul Herzig express delight on their acceptance as charter members of the Aquinas Chapter, Kiwanis Key Club, dedicated to for schools ond communities. W ' .mM ' im mm but Calmness Seniors Gasporin, O ' Connor, Berkes, Meod, cover the loot for CSS annuol Chri Jon Kenton Nickell Michael Petty Coreer Day ' 64 found Father Vasek, Chemistry Instructor, merrily briefing Ron Mike Petty, Jerry Crowley, Dove Neyses, and Bill OConnor on the hozard: Chemical Analyst at the Sorbonne and in Egypt. Dennis Thomas Str( i—ruyrt ia i wcir u i iiy JOHN A. BALESKI Transferred from Turkey. Vorsily football 4; B Basketball 2, 3; Track 3; Key Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. CHARLES FRANCIS GAY Key Cl ub President 3, 4; Deans List I, 3, 4; Drama 1; National Honor Society 4; Sci Award 3. STANLEY BENNETT Orchestra 1; Wrestling 3, 4; Phologrophy 1. LESLIE J. BERKES Trock 1, 2; Service 4 Fa con, Summo, Sc , , . ., Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football Fa con I, 2, 3, 4; Layout-Editor 3, 2, 3 4; Drama 3; Science Club 3; Key Club 3, 4. MICHAEL BLAZER Vorsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Clul Glee Club 1; Debate 2; Bowling 1, 2, 3. 2, 3, 4; B Football 3; WILLIAM T. HEAD Varsity Football 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Service Aword I; Fa con 2, 3; Fa con Exclionge Editor 4; Summo 3; Honor Roll 3. WILLIAM HENGGLER President National Honor Society 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 4 Debate 2; Orchestra 1; Glee Club I; Key Club 3, 4, Falcon 4. PAUL HERZIG Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4: Intramural Hondboll I , 2, 3, 4. CHARLES HICKEY Monogrom Club 3, 4; Varsity Boskelboll 3, 4; B Baseball 2; Business Club 4; Spanish Club 4. ROBERT C. BRYANT Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Notio B Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Monogri Secretory 3, 4; Dromo Club 1; Scholastic Av Semi-finalist CSF 4. JAMES E. CARROLL Notional Honor Society 4; Honor Roll 1, Secretary Monogrom Club 4; Orchestra I, finalist CSF 4; Key Club Committee Chairt Society ; Key Clu ee Club PHILIP HIRSCH Most Valuable Player Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Footboll 4; All-League 3, 4; Doubles Hondboll Chomp 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. CARL HUBERT Monogram Club 2, 4; Varsity Football 2, 4; Boseboll 4; Orchestra 1, 4; Glee Club 1,- Journalism 2, 3; Class Representotive 1, 4; Class Vice-President I; Dance Committee 4; Capitol Recording Artist 4. GLENN EDWARD COLE Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4; Semifinalist CSF 4; National Honor Society 4; Key Club 4; Dance Committee 4; Business Club 4; Falcon ond ROBERT HUSS Trock 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Orchestra 1; Science Club 4; Monogrom Club 3, 4; Handball Doubles Chomp 3, 4; Honor Roll 3. DAVID CORNELISON Vorsity Footboll 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 4; All. League Football 3, 4; All-League Basketball 3, 4; All-League Baseball 3, 4; Most Voluoble Player, Most Valu- able Bock (Football) 4; Basketball Coptoin 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Athlete of Year 3, 4. JERRY CROWLEY Class President 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 4; Key Club 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Award 1; Language Field Day 3; Drama I; Semifinalist CSF 4. RICHARD FRANCIS DUNCANSON Semifinalist CSF 4; Executive Secretary ASBA 4; Falcon Editor 4; Stoff 2, 3; Summo Staff 2, 3, 4 (Editor 3, 4); Class President 3; Liberal Arts Aword 2, 3; Deans List 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Debate 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. Club 4; Glee Clu WILLIAM J. KELLEHER Transferred from Central High, Tenn.; Wrestling 4; Honor Roll DENNIS KEYES Honor Roll 3, 4; Key Club 3, EDWARD (STEVE) LEAHY Honor Roll 3; Track 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Key Club 3, JOHN LELI Recording Secretary ASBA 4; Director, Key Club 3, 4; Fa con 2, 3, (News Editor) 4; Summo 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4; Drama 1; Orchestra, Glee Club I. CHARLES LING Speech and Dromo 3. JOHN AAAGNINO Vice-President ASBA 4; Secretary-Treasurer Monogram Club 3; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4. JOSEPH GASPARIN Orchestro 1, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Monogn Falcon 3; Glee Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Busines RICHARD MAXWELL Debate 1; Honor Roll 3, 4; B Bosketboll 2; Track 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. mmw : mmmmw w. Xr .? DENNIS McCORKlE Vorsily Boseball 2, 3, 4; All-Leogue Boseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Monogrom Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club Treasurei 4; Honor Roll 3. PATRICK J. MEAD Vorsily Football 3, 4; Monogrom Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Clos- Representative 4; Honor Roll I, 3; All-League Football 4; Semi- finalist CSF 4. RONAID MEIS Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Vorsity Baseball 3, 4, Monogrom Club 3, A- Class Secretary 1, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2; Orctiestra, Glee Club, Scholastic Award, Service Award I; Prom Committee 3. 1, 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 4; All-League Football 4 standing Lineman 4; Semifinolist CSF 4. DAVID RIDEOUT Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Drama 3; Glee Club, Ore I; Honorable Mention Inlond Science Fair 2; Fo con, S Art Staff 4. LARRY ROBERTS Debate, Honorable Mention Shakespearean Festival 1 ; B Fc 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll I, 2, 3. urnalism 3; Honor Roll JOHN METELA Drama 1; B Basketball 2; B Footboll 3; Honor Roll 3. ROBERT SALPAS B Football 2; Wrestling 4. GEORGE A. MUNANA Glee Club 1; Language Field Day 3; B Basketball 2, 3; All-Leogu B Basketball 3; All-Tourney B Big Bear. DAVID A. NEYSES Semifinolist CSF 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor So- ciety 4; Deon ' s List 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; All-League Baseball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Treosurer ASBA 4; Key Club 3, 4; Service Award, Scholastic Award, Drama I. W. SMITH III JEFFREY WILLIAM SPENCER Vorsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; All-League Boseball 3, boll 2, 3, 4,- All-League Baskelboll 3 Roll 3, 4; Debate 2; Glee Club I; President Monogram Club 4. -, ., Varsity Baske Varsity Footboll 4; Hont aram Club 2, 3, 4: Vic JON KENTON NICKELL Folcon 3; Summa 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; B Baskelboll 1, 2; Track I, 2, 4; Class Historian 2; Class Treosurer 3; Prom Com- mittee Chairman 3; Monogram Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. JOHN M. NIGRO Transferred from Divine Word Seminary, Arlington, Calif. Var- sity Football 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; B Baseball 2; Mono- grom Club 4; All-league B Basketball 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 2, 3, TOM STEEL Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate I; Track 1; Monogrt 4; Glee Club I; Orchestra I; Drama 3; Varsity Football 3, • Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Baseboll Manager 3, 4; Track Mai oger 4; Fo con 2 (Feature Editor) 3, 4; %umma Activities Editor DENNIS THOMAS STRAIN Citizenship Award, Glee Club I; Monogram Club, Varsity Basket- ball, Language Field Day 3, 4; All-League Bosketboll 2; All- Tournoment B 2; Business Club 4. WILLIAM O ' CONNOR Transferred from Bishop O ' Connell High School, Virginio. Key Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Footboll 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Notionol Honor Society 4; fo con 3, Summa 3, Sgl.-at-Arms, Monogram Club 4; All-League Football 4; Semifinolist CSF 4. RICHARD TATE Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Glee Club, Debate, Service Award, Drama I; President Monogram Club 4; Class Vice-President 2, 3; Summo (Sports Editor) 3, 4; Fo con (Sports Editor) 2, 3, 4; All-League B Bosketboll 2; Varsity Foot- ball, Wrestling 4; Language Field Day 3; Student Council Repre- sentative 3. BILL ORMISTON Glee Club I; Honor Roll 1, 2. DREW PARK Varsity Football Roll 2, 3, 4. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Monogrom Club JON J. THAMANN Glee Club I; B Basketball 2; Varsity Football, Vor: 4; Honor Roll I, 3; Monogram Club 4. MICHAEL PETTY Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4; Debate I, 2; Prom Committee 3; Glee Club, Service Award 1. JOHN C. RETRY Class President I, 3,- President ASBA 4; Student Council Repre- sentative 1, 3, 4; Fo con, Summo 1 , 2, 3, 4; (Fo con News Editor) 3, Summa (Copy Editor) 3, 4; Assistont Editor 4; Chairman Prom Committee 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Debate I; Quill Scroll Society 3; Key Club 3, 4; CSS Representative 4; Boys ' State 3; Honor Roll The SUAAMA extends its warmest greetings to the Class of ' 64 and, with the Faculty, thanks to all who in any way contributed to the success of SUMMA ' 64. Richard Duncanson — Editor John Retry — Assistant Editor David, Rideout, James Endicott — Art Richard Tate — Sports John Leii— Focu fy, Classes Glenn Edward Cole — Seniors Tom Steel — Activities, Organizations James Passard, George Rigney — Adverfis ng DVERTISING PATRONS The Right Reverend Monsignor Joseph R. Nunez; The Reverend John Harmon; The Reverend Thomas A. Harris; The Reverend Hugh McNelis; The Reverend Thomas Meagher; The Reverend Peter Mimnagh; The Reverend Philip O ' Carroll; The Reverend Gabriel Sparacino; Yonekazu Abe, D.D.S.; Joel E. Adams, M.D.; Donald G. Cannon, D.D.S.; T. J. Dowd, D.D.S.; Pierce J. Flynn, M.D.; R.G. Jewel, M.D.; Joseph Longer, M.D.; P.J. Mature, M.D.; David Paris, M.D.; George L. Pelkey, M.D.; Ed- ward J. Smith, M.D.; Allen F. Sterling, M.D.; E. C. Swall, D.D.S.; Raymond F. Tatro, M.D.; F. Van Ison, M.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Amendt; Myrtle H. Baleski; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Barnett; Mr. and Mrs . Walter Borsotti; Mr. and Mrs. W. H . Boughn; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Bel lanca; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. Mario B. Bernol; Mrs. Mildred A. Bird; Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Bobbitt; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brancacio; Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bryant; Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Burton; Cecil W. Caballero; Patricia A. Carney; William A. Carney; Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Clay; Mr. and Mrs. George Cocchia; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Croteau; Mr. and Mrs. V.P. Croteau; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cullen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Demmer; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dempsey; Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Dennis; Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Dow Ian; Mr . and Mrs. James T. Doyle, Jr.; Mrs. R. J. Dugan; F. Arthur Cortner; Mrs. Venita M. Flahaven; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ford; Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Full; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Ganger; Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin Garcia; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Gosparin; Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo G. Gomez; Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Grant; Mr. and Mrs. John C. Head; Col . and Mrs. Francis J . Henggeler; Mr. and Mrs. P. J . Hen- nessey; Mr. and Mrs. Stanford D. Herlick, E . R. and Elsie Hickey; Mr. and Mrs. Medford E. Hoi lis; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubert; Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Huss; Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison; Mrs. Nancy Hut ton; Mr. and Mrs . J . C . Jimenez; Col . and Mrs. Wil liam T. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. John H . Kas- huba; Thomas Kedzior; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Lastoskie, Col. and Mrs. E. D. Leahy; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leli; Mrs. Charles Lemonn; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Magnino; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maxwell; Mr. and Mrs . Frank McPhillips; Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mejia; Mr. and Mrs. Marven E . Mete la: Lt . Col . and Mrs. W. J. Meyer, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Panfilo Montano; E. L. Montecino; Isabel L. Montecino; Lucia L. Montecino; Col . and Mrs. Harry B. Morrison, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs Raymond J . Munana; Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Nogle; Mrs. Irene Neyses; Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. O ' Hair; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ormiston; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Perez; Mr. and Mrs. J. H . Petry; Lt. Col . and Mrs. Robert C. Reeve; Mr. and Mrs. James A.Richardson; Mrs. R. F. Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Roberts; Mr. and Mrs. Horry V. Roquet; Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Sanders; Mr. and Mrs. Logan B. Schinmer; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Shawlee; Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Smith; Major and Mrs. W. T. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Spen- cer; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Spisak; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Steel, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Strain; Mr. and Mrs . Jock Stuefer; Mr. and Mrs . Paul Suhl; Lt . Col . and Mrs. W. R. Sturm; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tote; Mrs. Patti Tolbert; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Torres; Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Van Wagoner; Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Vincent; Sir White; Bill Young; Holy Rosary Church; Sacred Heart Church, Red- lands; Saint Joseph ' s Parish, Fontona; Saint Thomas More Church, Riolto; Sacred Heart Nuns, Fontono; Sisters of Saint Bermardine ' s High School; Catholic Social Services Volunteers of Greater Son Bermardino area. Edward Little; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lastoskie. SPONSORS - AAA Publishing Company , 345 North " 1 " Street, TUmer 5-5753 or TUrner 8-0708; Arrowhead Magazine Company , 755 South Lugo Avenue, TUrner 5-3878; Arrowhead Blind Company; Al Austin, Realto r, 222 East Highland Avenue, TUrner 2-2547; Bill ' s B arbe r Shop , 2163 Elmwood Road; Corlone ' s Mark et, 26005 Ninth Street, 862-2036; Cos Sermok , 2230 North Arrowhead Avenue, TUrner 6-3812; Joc k Coyle Chevrolet Company , 808 North F Street, TUrner 9-0861; First Federo l Savings Loon Association of Son Bernardino , 555 North E Street, TUrner 9-0881; J im Hunt Londscope Center , 3293 North E Street, TUrner 2-8158; Grimes Catholic Goods ; John ' s Crofts and Hobbies ; Kleen-Line Corporation; Mark Cox Electric, Inc.; Mineo ' s Liquors , 116 East Third Street, TUrner 8-5257; Rex Store For Boys ; Roesch Lines , 24644 East Ninth Street, TUrner 5-4465; Santo Fe Federal S avings and Loons , 701 North E Street, 1604 East Highland Avenue, 479 West Fourth, TUrner 9-0231; Spa ce Technology Laboratories , Office, 157 West Fifth Street, TUrner 4-0411; Stockton Athletic Supply ; Stater Bros. Market , Highland and Del Rosa, TUrner 3-6610; Traina Bros. Service ; Trans-World Savings Loan As - sociation ; P E " Lectric " Company , 6416 Del Rosa Ave. FONTANA - Arrow Muffler Shop; Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary , 8030 Mango Avenue, 822-2285; Fo ntono Dairy , Home Delivery, 822-6095, 822-7602, 822-2796; Fontano Van Storoge , 17031 Orange Way, 822-2545; Lane ' s Mobil Service; Ryn ' s Dairy Products ; Top Mile Motors , 8181 Sierra Avenue, 822-6322. LAKE ARROWHEAD - Kirkpotrick ' s Plumbing and Heating , Box 144, Lk Arhd. 8571. REDLANDS - People ' s Furniture , 218 Orange Street; Sunset Tile and Roofing Company , 700 New York Street, 793,3234. RIALTO - Perry ' s Electric Compony , 522 West First Street, 875-4445. OF THE CLASS 0 ' LC CLASS OF C fi V ' George Rigney, President ike Hennessey, Vice-President Ruben Amador Randy Barsotti Anthony Be Robert Birc lorry Astilon, Secretory Ed Fitipotrick, Treosurer Doniel Kiel Robe t Lostoskie Michoel Lawrence Edwo rd Little Jame s McGuire Richo rd McGroth Salvo tore Mineo Horry Morrison Polri k Murphy David Oliver Jome s Possord Morio Perez Char es Roderslorf Jome s Reoghord Robe t Reeve Borry Romo Juan Sanchei Denn s Shelley Clyde Slocumb Paul Snyder Walter Spiess John Slebbins Robe t Stine Steve n Sturm John Turley Robe 1 Von Woggo JOHN A. FISCALINI REALTOR 248 EAST HIGHLAND AVENUE SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. TELEPHONE TUrner 2-3757 RESIDENCE TUrner 3-3215 Greetings From Emmett Culligan §§!.,Bm ' © 20th Year in Sjn Bernardino County CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING OF SAN BERNARDINO OQC iCOA 939 W. REECE OO J-0 0 f SAN BERNARDINO EDEN ' S FLOWER SHOP Ruth Aburto, Prop. 796 North Mt. 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Harris ' is happy to add their Con gratuiations for a job well done. . .their best wishes for success in the future. THE LIQUOR BASKET 819 East Base Line San Bernardino 3rd Main Hesperia 34610 Yucai Yucaip Congratulations To The Graduating Class 1964 HARLEY ' S SPORTING GOODS Highland and " D " San Bernardino, Calif. Congratulations To The Senior Class of 1964 FROM MENS WEAR E St. Phone 9-2624 SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. CONGRATULATIONS AQUINAS GRADS and STUDENT BODY Start your career or college term with a wardrobe from Lang ' s Casual Cavalier Shop. You can depend on Lang ' s for the latest in Young Men ' s Fashions. 314 E Street San Bernardino LANG ' S Jest Wishes DR. L. V. DUNCANSON O. D. optometrist 311 E Street San Bernardino COLLECTOR ' S ITEMS: FALL PENDLETONS Man-to-Man the name " Pendleton " is sure to come up discussion of favorite clothes. Some men " collect " Pendleton shirts or jackets with the enthusiasm of a ri hobbyist. They like the comfortable fit, the easy tailo ing, the versotility. The remarkable range of patterns solids s aeciding on |u; • us help you with your sell difficult. Co Exclusively at BLACKS For men THREE TWENTY THREE " E " SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. COMPLIMENTS OF THE HIGHLANDER Finest Imported and Domestic LIQUORS -WINES- BEER 27250 3se Line Highland 862-8445 e ' MzftmifHas SPEEDY SAYS: We ' ve got the best deal for Aquinas Grads. Talk to Speedy About Your Vacation Plans. Best Cars for Best Prices in Town . 240 Sou h E San Bernardino lead - Sa At Highland Av Ample Free Parking DEL ROSA BOWL Bowling is Fun for Everyone 32 Matched Lanes Restaurant - Billiard Room Visit Our Deluxe Starlite Room 400 Car Parking Lot Jim Pinard, Manager State Redlands Blvd. Redlands Acacia Base Line San Bernardino 1499 E. Highland Av . SBdo 886-4675 1 Block East of Del Rosa Av. 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